TV Highlights Sep 23 - Sep 29
TV Highlights Sep 23 - Sep 29
What's new to CCTV? A List of Programs to Check Out This Week.
Flora of Cambridge, a collection of shots of nature in Cambridge by Moussou N'Diaye.
8:45 PM on Tuesday 9/24, Thursday 9/26, & Sunday 9/29
12:45 PM on Wednesday 9/25 & Friday 9/27
Graffiti of Cambridge, a collection of shots of Cambridge street art by Moussou N’Diaye.
8:15 PM on Tuesday 9/24, Thursday 9/26, & Sunday 9/29
12:15 PM on Wednesday 9/25 & Friday 9/27
That Was Way Too Much Nyquill, ‘The Theme From Space Force' Jazz Rock fusion band play original music on Sound & Vision by Beth Walsh-Bolstad.
8:30 PM on Tuesday 9/24, Thursday 9/26, & Sunday 9/29
12:30 PM on Wednesday 9/25 & Friday 9/27
Heads Up For A Better Life, life is not random; it is a wonderful gift with a caveat: We get out of it what we put into it. It's all in our hands. Make it count and enjoy the ride! Produced by Jojo LaRiccia.
7 PM on Tuesday 9/24, Thursday 9/26, & Sunday 9/29
11 AM on Wednesday 9/25 & Friday 9/27
Roland Pearsall Interview Part II, Roland Pearsall, a local busker, singer/songwriter shows his musical talent on Sound & Vision. Produced by Beth Walsh-Bolstad.
8 PM on Tuesday 9/24, Thursday 9/26, & Sunday 9/29
The Era of Personal DNA Technology, from diagnosing disease to modifying crops to solving crimes, DNA technology keeps transforming our world. We will discuss how this personal DNA revolution is empowering everyone to unlock the secrets encoded in DNA, and at the end of the discussion you will have an opportunity to get hands on with DNA technologies too.
Filmed by Cameron Lee and Harry Jean. Produced by CCTV.
5 PM on Tuesday through Friday, 9/24-9/27
Invisible Imprints, an hour-long piece that explores racial challenges that permeate life in America. This deeply thoughtful and multidimensional production meshes Hip Hop, modern dance and spoken word. Watermark celebrates the cultural differences in American society, through the lenses of Bach and hip hop, at first in contrast but then melds together with poets, a rapper, local singers, live musicians and nine dancers. By Moussou N’Diaye.
6 PM on Tuesday through Friday, 9/24-9/27
5 PM on Saturday 9/28
Victory, a PSA promoting teaching as a career, with the theme that teachers have better work stories. By the Massachusetts Department of Education.
10 AM on Tuesday 9/24
12:15 PM on Thursday 9/26
Camping, a PSA promoting teaching as a career, with the theme that teachers have better work stories. By the Massachusetts Department of Education.
10:05 AM on Tuesday 9/24
12:30 PM on Thursday 9/26
11:30 PM on Friday 9/27
From My Heart To Yours, a short documentary about the Opioid epidemic in Somerville and in the whole state of Massachusetts. Produced by Somerville Media Center.
11 AM on Thursday 9/26
10 PM on Friday 9/27
Living, a documentary about four women battling Metastatic Breast Cancer. Produced by Liisa Budge-Johnson.
11:20 AM on Thursday 9/26
10:20 PM on Friday 9/27
MA Joint Committee on Public Safety and Homeland Security August 28th, 2019 Part 1, the Joint Committee on Public Safety and Homeland Security met at the Massachusetts State House to hear testimony on several bills related to firearms. Part 1 of 2. By the Massachusetts House of Representatives.
4 PM on Monday 9/23
MA Joint Committee on Public Safety and Homeland Security August 28th, 2019 Part 2, the Joint Committee on Public Safety and Homeland Security met at the Massachusetts State House to hear testimony on several bills related to firearms. Part 2 of 2. By the Massachusetts House of Representatives.
10:10 AM on Tuesday 9/24
Tune in on Channel 9 for the Weekend Marathon!
Friday 9/27 from 6-9 PM, Saturday 9/28 from 12 PM - Midnight
& Sunday 9/29 from 12-4 PM
Rooster Tails: Beethoven’s Surreal Symphony, 2011, a series capturing the imagination of a surreal ancient world in these animated titles: Digging the Mummy, Ancient Egypt Land of Mystery, Ramses The Great at Home, and The Bust of Augustus Caesar. By Mick Cusimano.
7 PM on Friday 9/27
It Ain't Over 'Til Dover, local comedians perform in Dover, New Hampshire. Produced by Kristina Kehrer.
11:50 AM on Saturday 9/28
Space Wasters Episode 1, a number of sketch comedy routines dating back from 2007 by Conan Skyrme.
12:30 PM on Sunday 9/29
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