TV Highlights Sep 30 - Oct 6
TV Highlights Sep 30 - Oct 6
What's new to CCTV? A List of Programs to Check Out This Week.
Tunefoolery Interview with Tanina Carrabotta, Tony Bluze and George McPherson, Tony Bluze and George McPherson of Tunefoolery are interviewed by Tanina Carabotta of Sound & Vision. By Beth Redmond Walsh.
11 AM on Wednesday 10/2, 5:05 PM on Thursday 10/3
11:05 AM on Friday 10/4, 7:05 PM on Sunday 10/6
Expozed Models, a promo featuring a model for Expozed TV by Katiria Pineda-Colon.
11:15 AM on Wednesday 10/2, 5 PM on Thursday 10/3
11 AM on Friday 10/4, 7 PM on Sunday 10/6
Wake Up Expozed, a mini promo of Katiria in collaboration with Expozed TV by Katiria Pineda-Colon.
5 PM on Thursday 10/3, 11:20 AM on Friday 10/4
7:20 PM on Sunday 10/6
Perspectives on the Affordable Housing Overlay, this piece delves into various viewpoints on the Affordable Housing Overlay -- a zoning proposal aimed to increase opportunities for affordable housing developments in the city. Produced by Peter Levine.
5 PM on Friday 10/4
Cambridge Uncovered Episode 32: Music and Arts Education, in this episode of Cambridge Uncovered, host Priyanka Deo of NeighborMedia.org explores the struggles of music and art education. A large amount of research shows that the arts is closely tied to almost everything we as a nation demand from our schools: academic achievement, social development, emotional development and civic engagement, just to name a few. Why then is it typically the first to go? To hopefully answer this question, we have assembled a panel of experts: Nimah Gobir, a visual artist and co-host and producer of the Palette Podcast, Joceyln Bonadio, a musician, teaching artist and other co-host and producer of the Palette Podcast, Emily Dexter, teacher, researcher, and currently on the Cambridge School Committee, Adriana Thomas, teacher working on a social impact project dealing with English language and literacy. Produced by CCTV.
5 PM on Wednesday 10/2
MA Joint Committee on State Administration and Regulatory Oversight Sep. 10th, 2019, the MA Joint Committee on Administration and Regulatory Oversight met at the Massachusetts State House to hear public testimony on several bills including H.3664, An Act providing for a gender neutral designation on state documents and identifications. Produced by the Massachusetts House of Representatives.
11 AM on Thursday 10/3, 11 PM on Sunday 10/6
Middlesex Update with Marina Ryan, DA 9/9/19, D.A. Ryan speaks with Associate Professor of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School Dr. Jacqueline Olds and Director of Billerica's Council on Aging Jean P. Bushnell about the "Epidemic of Loneliness.” Produced by Belmont Media Center.
5 PM on Monday 9/30, 11:20 PM on Friday 10/4
18th Annual Massachusetts 9/11 Commemoration 2019, the 18th Annual Massachusetts Commemoration on the Anniversary of 9-11 was held in the MA House chambers. The keynote speaker was former New England Patriots guard Joe Andruzzi. Guests included Governor Baker, Lt Gov Polito & Boston Mayor Walsh. Produced by the Massachusetts House of Representatives.
11 PM on Friday 10/4
Renters Matter! Wednesdays @8:30pm. Renters are 65% of Cambridge residents--but have almost no representation in city politics. Learn about issues that uniquely affect renters in Cambridge. By Christopher Schmidt.
Tune in on Channel 9 for the Weekend Marathon, kicking off the month of October right with some spooky programs!
Friday 10/4 from 6-9 PM, Saturday 10/5 from 12 PM - Midnight
& Sunday 10/6 from 12-4 PM.
13 Most Haunted Crime Scenes Beyond Boston, a Halloween-themed TV show touring haunted spots across the state. Featuring: Riverside Cemetery, Barre Dogtown, Gloucester, Old Salem Jail, Salem, Harvard University, Cambridge, Castle Island, South Boston, Metropolitan State Hospital, Waltham, Hawthorne Cove Marina, Salem, Commercial Street, Provincetown, Freetown State Forest, Bridgewater Triangle, Gardner-Pingree House, Salem, Orleans Waterfront Inn, Cape Cod, USS Salem, Quincy, Lizzie Borden House, Fall River. By Sam Baltrusis.
6 PM on Friday 10/4
13 Most Haunted Hotels & Inns of New England, Paranormal researcher and "Ghosts of Salem" author Sam Baltrusis has traveled all over New England in search of the region’s thirteen most haunted hotels and inns. From the Witch City’s Hawthorne Hotel in Salem to the blood-stained Lizzie Borden Bed & Breakfast in Fall River, Baltrusis breathes new life into the long departed. The Halloween-themed show will be available to public access stations across the region. By Sam Baltrusis.
5:30 PM on Saturday 10/5
Scary Stories to Tell on TV: Sumner McClain -"The Woodcutter", this is an adaption of a classic tale in which a woodcutter fights to save two birds, despite the peril he faces confronting a witch and a snake. Sumner McClain tells stories from the Afro-American tradition, as well as those taken from literature. His stories celebrate the human spirit. 'Daddy King' is his original story of Martin Luther King as seen through the eyes of his father. Produced by CCTV.
12 PM on Sunday 10/6
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