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TV Highlights Oct 7 - Oct 13

TV Highlights Oct 7 - Oct 13

What's new to CCTV? A List of Programs to Check Out This Week.

  • Posted on: 7 October 2019
  • By: Alfonso

New Singles
Channel 8

Echome Artist Showcase, interview series of the local talent in Boston. Produced by Troy Wade.
7:50 PM on Tuesday 10/8

Slime Time Three, a third special program recorded live on Thursday March 28, 2019 at CCTV. Host Maia Magoulakis makes slime in a variety of colors, fragrances, and ingredients in an entertaining and daring instructional ensemble. Produced by Emmanouel Magoulakis.
12:35 PM on Wednesday 10/9

The Harp Show: Harpist Arilyn Mitchell, harpist Arilyn Mitchell plays a varied repertoire. Produced by Al Marotta.
12:35 PM on Friday 10/11

Leah Plunkett: Sharenthood Book Launch, September 10, 2019, the MIT Press Bookstore celebrated author Leah Plunkett‘s book launch for Sharenthood: Why We Should Think before We Talk about Our Kids Online. Plunkett describes various modes of sharenting—including “commercial sharenting,” efforts by parents to use their families’ private experiences to make money—and unpacks the faulty assumptions made by our legal system about children, parents, and privacy, in a discussion with the Cambridge Public Schools Chief Information Officer, Steve Smith. The discussion was filmed by Rock Louis and edited by Alice Dettmer. Produced by CCTV.
7:10 PM on Thursday 10/10, 5 PM on Friday 10/11
5 PM on Saturday 10/12

A Better Cambridge City Council Forum, on September 11, 2019 A Better Cambridge hosted a City Council Candidate Forum at the Cambridge Public Library. The forum was moderated by former Cambridge City Councillor David Sullivan. Produced by CCTV.
5 PM on Tuesday 10/8 and Thursday 10/10

Massachusetts House of Representatives Formal Session 9/18/19, formal session by the Massachusetts House of Representatives. Produced by the Massachusetts House of Representatives.
11 AM on Tuesday 10/8
10 PM on Friday 10/11 and Sunday 10/13

MA Joint Committee on Transportation - July 22nd, 2019, the MA Joint Committee on Transportation held an oversight hearing on failures at the Registry of Motor Vehicles. Transportation Secretary Stephanie Pollack testified but the hearing was adjourned after some requested witnesses did not appear to testify. Produced by the Massachusetts House of Representatives.
11:20 PM on Sunday 10/13

CCTV Weekend Marathon
Tune in on Channel 9 for the Weekend Marathon and watch programs centered around immigrants and Native Americans, just in time for Indigenous day on October 14th!
Friday 10/4 from 6-9 PM, Saturday 10/5 from 12 PM - Midnight
& Sunday 10/6 from 12-4 PM.

Native American Music Awards Live 2017, live music performances from the 17th Annual Native American Music Music Awards. Produced by Ellen Bello.
6 PM on Friday 10/11

Songs of the Other, this unique musical program honors and celebrates the lives of immigrants, refugees, and other displaced people, weaving together songs and melodies from Armenia and the Balkan Peninsula with new compositions and arrangements. Featuring Daniela Tosic, mezzo-soprano; Sylvie Zakarian, marimba; and music by Gomidas Vartabed, Alan Hovhaness, Neil Grover, Dobri Paliev, and Nikola Radan. The event was filmed by Avery Dwyer and took place at the Longy School of Music. Produced by CCTV.
12:30 PM on Saturday 10/12

Conversations on the Edge Presents: Immigration, what do we mean when we say, “America is a nation of immigrants”? According to the Migration Policy Institute, immigrants make up over 13% of the United States population, with some sources citing hundreds of thousands of new arrivals each year. In this conversation, grassroots organizers and legal experts will explore issues that affect immigrants in the United States today, including current and potential protective policies for immigrants and refugees, immigration reform, paths to citizenship, and how local organizations can empower immigrants to participate in their local communities and civic life. This event took place at the Cambridge Center for Adult Education. It was filmed by Kent Thompson, edited by Moussou N'Diaye and produced by CCTV.
12 PM on Sunday 10/13

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