This Week on TV: Liberation Poetry Collective celebrates Aldo Tambellini's 87th

This Week on TV: Liberation Poetry Collective celebrates Aldo Tambellini's 87th

An evening of poetry & celebration to honor the artist on his birthday.

  • Posted on: 6 July 2017
  • By: lily

Aldo Tambellini, pioneer of electronic media, celebrated his 87th birthday with Liberation Poetry Collective. The event was filmed and edited by Samantha Bruce. WATCH: On Channel 8 Tue. Jul. 11, Thu. Jul. 13 & Sat. Jul. 15 at 5pm. And on YouTube, here.

The weekend's Marathon of Poetry on Channel 9 will feature Tambellini's event.

The program also includes other past Liberation Poetry Collective readings, plus more local poetry slams and festivals. WATCH: On Channel 9, Fri. Jul. 14 6-9pm, Sat. Jul. 15 12pm-midnight, and Sun. Jul 16 12-4pm. A recording of the National Poetry Slam of 2011, which took place at the Middle East - is also available to watch on YouTube, here.

Now, watch the news of the day from Minsk.

WATCH: The current events program from Belarus - in Belarusian and Russian - plays every day 8-9am on Channel 96.

Also every day, news from China 8-9pm and 12-1:30am, Cuba 1:30-2:30am, UAE, Jordan, and Iraq 2:30-3:30am, Djibouti, Zanzibar, Tanzania, Kenya, Egypt, Madagascar, Burkina Faso, and Nigeria, 3:30-4:30am, Venezuela 4:30-5:30am, Brazil 11pm-12am and 5:30-6:30am, Montreal 6:30-7am, Greece 7-8am, Spain 9-10:30am, and France 10:30-11am.

New this week from Cambridge producers, two new episodes of the Vibrant Gene.

The Vibrant Gene is a talk show hosted by Kayla Sheets - in these installments she leads a group discussion on the complex issues involved in deciding to have a baby, and speaks with a local expert on the benefits of cancer screening.

Also new this week, a quick recap of Boston Gay Pride 2017 by Lily Bouvier.

And, two short music videos featuring Dr Flow, produced by Beth Redmond Walsh.

WATCH: With more of the newest content by Cambridge producers, on Channel 8 Tue. Jul. 11, Thu. Jul. 13, & Sun. Jul. 16 at 7pm and Wed. Jul. 12 & Fri. Jul. 14 at 11am. And on YouTube, here.