TV Highlights Oct 28 - Nov 3

TV Highlights Oct 28 - Nov 3

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

  • Posted on: 28 October 2019
  • By: Alfonso

New Singles
Channel 8

Biking in Cambridge, a short documentary about biking in Cambridge while highlighting the benefits as well as the danger that comes with it. Created by CCTV's June Zip Doc class. Produced by Ellen Daoust.
8:30 PM on Tuesday 10/29, 7 PM on Sunday 11/3
11 AM on Wednesday 10/30 and Friday 11/1

Explaining Artificial Intelligence, Heather Mendi attends the Global Artificial Intelligence Conference to learn about AI. Produced by Heather Mendi.
5 PM on Monday 10/28, 11:10 AM on Tuesday 10/29
11 AM on Thursday 10/31, 10 PM on Friday 11/1
7:15 PM on Sunday 11/3

Gena Bean’s Community Meditation Night, Mindful Boston's Community Meditation Nights (CMN) are a "complementary taste" of mindfulness meditation. CMNs are easy beginner-level introductions to what mindfulness is. These events will also introduce you to what we do more broadly at the Mindful Boston meditation studio. In this video, we started with an overview of how to do meditation, then we tried out a Body Scan, and we ended with some questions from the audience. Watch, and follow along as we do the meditation. Produced by CCTV.
5:15 PM on Monday 10/28, 11:25 AM on Tuesday 10/29
11:15 AM on Thursday 10/31, 10:15 PM on Friday 11/1

The News Project - Banned Books Week, here's the top eleven banned and challenged books compiled by the American Library Association for 2018. Banned Books Week, celebrated September 22-28, draws national attention to the harms of censorship. Produced by GNAT-TV.
11 AM on Tuesday 10/29, 12:15 PM on Thursday 10/31
11:15 PM on Friday 11/1

Weird Local Film Festival, the Weird Local Film Festival (WLFF) is a bi-/tri-monthly event featuring work by filmmakers in reasonable proximity to Somerville, MA. WLFF is a showcase for unique and bizarre video storytelling. Festival made by Peter Levine.
3 AM-4 AM on Monday 10/28

Special Live Events
Channel 8

DREAM BIG: Protecting Democracy by Defending the Vote, join Maria McCauley, Director of Libraries, and the Cambridge Public Library Foundation Board of Directors for a special conversation about how voter suppression is impacting democracy and next steps to take with the following luminaries: Carol Anderson, Lawrence Lessig, and Rachael V. Cobb. Filmed by CCTV.
7 PM on Tuesday 10/29

CCTV Halloween Special, live from the CCTV studio!
8 PM on Thursday 10/31

Election Specials
Channel 8

Candidate Spots, hear what each candidate has to say. Produced by CCTV.
5 PM on Tuesday 10/29, Wednesday 10/30, Thursday 10/3, and Friday 11/1

Cambridge Education Association School Committee Forum, the Cambridge Education Association hosted a School Committee Candidate Forum at the Central Square branch of the Cambridge Public Library, October 3, 2019. The forum was recorded by Beck Hamlin. Produced by CCTV.
5:45 PM on Wednesday 10/30

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.
11:15 AM on Friday 11/1, followed by John Pitkin’s response at 1:20 PM.

Ward 6 School Committee Forum, the Ward 6 Cambridge Democratic Committee hosted a School Committee Forum at the Cambridge Public Library, October 2, 2019. The forum was recorded by Rock Louis. Produced by CCTV.
5:30 PM on Friday 11/1

CCTV Weekend Marathon
Tune in on Channel 9 for the Weekend Marathon and watch programs centered around the election!
Friday 11/1 from 6-9 PM, Saturday 11/2 from 12 PM - Midnight
& Sunday 11/3 from 12-4 PM.

Climate Action Coalition City Council Forum, here in Cambridge, 22 city council candidates are running for nine seats, and voters would like to hear their views, plans and strategies for addressing climate change locally. September 25, 2019, the climate action coalition hosted a city council forum at the Cambridge senior center, addressing these issues. Produced by CCTV.
6 PM on Friday 11/1

Candidate Spots, hear what each candidate has to say. Produced by CCTV.
11 AM-2:10 PM on Saturday 11/2, immediately followed by Candidate Forums.

Black Identity Surviving Media and Politics, hosted by the Cambridge Health Alliance, The Race Recovery Series was created as a result of years of discussions between black leaders looking to celebrate and examine the triumphs of the black community against the backdrop of racism. The discussions provide a space for examination and interpretation of healthy responses to racial stress for individuals of color. The event took place at the Cambridge Public Library and was filmed by Tricia Bitetto. Produced by CCTV.
9 PM on Sunday 11/3

Cambridge Community Television nurtures a strong, equitable and diverse community by providing tools and training to foster free speech, civic engagement, and creative expression while connecting people to collaboratively produce media that is responsive, relevant, and effective in a fast-changing technological environment.

If you would like to send your own programs to air on our CCTV channels, please email alfonso@cctvcambridge.org