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Programming Highlights: Wed, Sep 24 - Tue, Sep 30, 2014
Programming Highlights: Wed, Sep 24 - Tue, Sep 30, 2014
FEATURING: Museum Open House, NEW Shorts, CCR Time Change, Movie Of The Week & Vegan Folk's Kitchen
DEBUTING THIS WEEK ON CCTV!
Museum Open House
Museum Open House features and highlights many of the outstanding museums throughout Massachusetts. The main purpose of each program is to inform viewers about current and upcoming exhibits and various programs, resources, and other opportunities that are available to the general public. Produced by Jay Sugarman.
Ch. 8 - Premiering this week: Sat 11:30 AM, Sun 3:30 PM, Mon 6:30 PM & Tue 7:30 PM
NEW Local Shorts
Every week, CCTV runs new short programs in an unstoppable block of entertainment! Tune in to Ch. 8 every Sunday @ 5 PM & every Tuesday @ 6 PM for a chance to laugh, cry, learn, and be inspired! This week's NEW shorts:
- NeighborMedia: The Kensley Project, a short piece about a group of young men from Area 4 who, in the wake of the death of Kensley David - Cambridge's second drive-by shooting in two years, organized "The Kensley Project" in an effort to bring peace and unification to their neighborhood. Produced by Kristina Kehrer.
- NeighborMedia: Hub Bicycle Co., a short profile Meet Maine native and small business owner Emily Thibodeau, who opened Hub Bicycle Co. on the corner of Willow and Cambridge Streets in February 2010. Since then, she has grown from one employee to four, and in less than five years has grown her business of bike repairs and made three location moves all within three blocks of Cambridge Street. She is now settled into 1036 Cambridge St. and is still in it for the fun and the love of bicycles and the biking community. Produced by Kristina Kehrer.
TIME CHANGE! - CCR: BrotherRA.com
Host and producer BrotherRA, who offers his commentary and unique take on social issues, politics, and current events, has moved his show to later Wednesday afternoon!
Ch. 9 - Premiering this week at its NEW weekly time: Wednesdays @ 12 PM
Movie Of The Week: "I'll Name the Murderer"
In this classic thriller, after a nightclub singer is murdered, a local gossip columnist begins his own investigation...
Ch. 9 - Sat 9 PM
Vegan-Vegetarian Folk's Kitchen: Swiss Chard Rolls
A vegan cooking show instructing viewers on how to make delicious dishes such as bread patties, "Heaven and Earth" salad, swiss chard rolls, and rice fruits. Produced by Radio Santec.
Ch. 96 - Premiering: Sat 3:30 PM, Sun 10:30 PM, Mon 1 PM & Tue 8 PM
IF YOU MISSED IT LAST WEEK
MIT Presents: "Giving and Getting Great Feedback"
How many times have you received feedback that didn’t make any sense or just wasn’t useful? It’s pretty easy for people to get caught up in their own emotions, losing sight of what others understand and what information might be helpful for them. This is how vague feedback like “Make it pop” or “I just don’t like it” commonly results in frustration and unnecessary iterations, which have the potential to disrupt the timeline or budget of a project. How do we make sure everyone’s thoughts and contributions are being communicated effectively? Speaker Roxy Koranda of the Aten Design Group based out of Denver, CO, discusses why knowing how to give solid feedback internally and encouraging useful feedback externally can solve some of these issues and make the course a project run more smoothly. Produced by MIT.
Ch. 8 - Showing this week: Fri 7 PM & Sat 8 AM
NeighborMedia: Momentum Theatre Troupe Presents "Juliette & Romeo"
A performance by the Momentum Theatre Troupe of "Juliette & Romeo," a female-centered take on Shakespear's famous drama. The performance took place at Sennott Park in Cambridge, MA, on Friday, August 8, 2014, and NeighborMedia correspondent Maurice Wilkey was on the scene to cover it. Produced by Maurice Wilkey.
Ch. 8 - Showing this week: Wed 5 PM, Thu 9 AM, Fri 8 AM, Sat 3 PM, Sun 6 PM & Mon 6 AM
Cambridge Community Comedy News (EXPLICIT)
A collection of short news-based comedy skits including "Bad Weather," "Off The Field," and "Musical Guest." Produced and performed by Erik Brown, Christina Davis, Rock Louis, Tanya Powers, Alan Verly, and Robert Woo. Written by Alan Verly, Christina Davis, and Erik Brown. Directed by Robert Woo. Edited by Erik Brown. Viewer Discretion Advised.
Ch. 8 - Showing this week: Wed 2 AM, Thu 1 AM, Fri 12 AM, Sun 2 AM & Mon 12 AM
Callaloo Express Presents: CCTV 25th Anniversary Celebration
A retrospective celebrating the 25th anniversary of Cambridge Community Television, hosted by Lynette Laveau-Saxe, featuring fashions and technology highlighted by interviews with Mark Orent and Ken E. Reeves. Produced by Lynette Laveau-Saxe.
Ch. 9 - Showing this week: Wed 4 PM, Sun 5:30 PM & Mon 7 PM
TIME CHANGE! - BeLive: Café con Cass
Host Cassandra Fradera, who brings dialogue alive on all issues related to healing, diversity, and the arts with a cup of coffee, occasional guests, and videos, has moved her show from Mondays to Sundays!
Ch. 9 - Showing at its NEW weekly time: Sundays @ 8 PM
TIME CHANGE! - BeLive: Ceangal Ceilteach
Host Kit Tempest, who performs readings of Gaelic text and discusses topics relevant to the 6 Celtic nations and their languages, has moved his show to later Sunday evenings!
Ch. 9 - Showing at its NEW weekly time: Sundays @ 8:30 PM
Are External Religions Opium for the People?
A group panel discusses how external, organized religion hurts people and the world at large. Produced by Radio Santec.
Ch. 96 - Showing this week: Wed 4 PM, Thu 2 PM, Sat 5 PM, Sun 11 PM, Mon 8 PM & Tue 9:30 AM
To find out what's on today or to search for specific programs, please visit our Programming Schedule and use the search engine! You can also watch the LIVE stream of each of our channels: Channel 8, Channel 9, and Channel 96. Please contact CCTV's Programming Coordinator, Chris Lawn, for any questions or comments.