TV Highlights Dec 9 - Dec 15
TV Highlights Dec 9 - Dec 15
What's new to CCTV? A List of Programs to Check Out This Week.
Graffiti Retrospective 1980-2018, Producer Mary Leno has been collecting local graffiti for decades. Here she presents and narrates a selection from her thousands of images. Produced by Mary Leno.
8:25 PM on Tuesday 12/10
11 AM on Wednesday 12/11
7 PM on Thursday 12/12
11:05 AM on Friday 12/13
8 PM on Sunday 12/15
Race Recovery: Owning our Masters, 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 Rock Louis. Produced by CCTV.
5 PM on Tuesday 12/10, Wednesday 12/11, and Friday 12/13
Conversations on the Edge: Climate Change in Cambridge, an October 2018 report suggested we have only 12 years left to significantly reduce worldwide carbon emissions to have any chance of decelerating global warming. Cambridge gets no pass—how will “our fair city” be transformed by climate change? How can we hold individuals, corporations, and governments responsible for ensuring a sustainable and environmentally-just future? Moderated by Barbara Moran. Panelists include John Bolduc, Jane Carbone, Brian Goldberg, Jane McAdam. The event was filmed by Alice Dettmer and edited by Beck Hamlin. Produced by CCTV.
5 PM on Thursday 12/12
Affair, A black and white silent film about a woman having an affair during a night of regret. Produced by Alfonso Mateo.
6:55 PM on Tuesday 12/10, Wednesday 12/11, and Friday 12/13
8:50 PM on Sunday 12/15
MA House of Representatives Formal Session - November 19th, 2019, the House met in a formal session and accepted conference committee reports on two bills: H.4203 (prohibiting handheld cell phone use while driving) and H.4210 (children's health and wellness). Produced by the Massachusetts House of Representatives.
5 PM on Monday 12/9
11 AM on Tuesday 12/10 and Thursday 12/12
10 PM on Sunday 12/15
Tune in on Channel 9 for the Weekend Marathon and watch programs centered around SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY!
Friday 12/13 from 6-9 PM, Saturday 12/14 from 12 PM - Midnight
& Sunday 12/15 from 12-4 PM.
DNA Testing and the Pursuit of an American Identity, As interest in DNA testing has soared questions have followed. What is the relationship between biology and ethnic and racial identity? How do different ethnic groups respond to stories of multiple origins? And what larger societal issues may emerge for a multicultural, multiracial country such as the United States? Dr. Jennifer Hochschild is the Henry LaBarre Jayne Professor of Government at Harvard University, Professor of African and African American Studies, Harvard College Professor, and the Chair of the Department of Government. She is also the director of The Project on Genomics, Politics, and Policy at Harvard University. Her many books, published by Oxford, Princeton, Harvard, and Yale University presses, examine themes of race and immigration in the larger context of public policy. This event was filmed by Tricia Bitetto. Produced by CCTV.
6 PM on Friday 12/13
Explaining Artificial Intelligence, Heather Mendi attends the Global Artificial Intelligence Conference to learn about AI. Produced by Heather Mendi.
1:30 PM on Saturday 12/14
Science How: Astrogeology - Meteorites and Spacecraft Missions, meet Dr. Tim McCoy, geologist at the National Museum of Natural History. Have you ever wondered how we study asteroids and other bodies in our solar system without sending spacecraft to all of them? Meteorites, pieces from space that hurtle to Earth, turn out to be great sources of information. Take a meteorite-filled journey with Tim McCoy to outer space and back in time to the formation of our solar system. Prepare to be amazed at how meteorites contain the very building blocks of life on Earth. Produced by Fairfax Network.
11:25 PM on Sunday 12/15
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