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TV Highlights Feb 3 - Feb 9
TV Highlights Feb 3 - Feb 9
What's new to CCTV? A List of Programs to Check Out This Week.
Free Stairs, a parody sketch of Alex Honnold's Free Solo, but this time, at the Porter Square Station. Produced by Sophia Lin.
7 PM on Tuesday 2/4 and Sunday 2/9
11 AM on Wednesday 2/5 and Friday 2/7
5:10 PM on Thursday 2/6 and Saturday 2/8
Wild Card, a new episode from Expozed TV, featuring a Roxbury artist named Jefe Replay, who is breaking barriers in the Boston Hip Hop scene and who is also planning to move to LA to pursue his dreams. Produced by Katiria Pineda-Colon.
11:05 AM on Wednesday 2/5 and Friday 2/7
7:45 PM on Thursday 2/6
7:05 PM on Sunday 2/9
Self-Portrait, a video self portrait about duality and identity by Mattingly Wood.
5 PM on Tuesday through Saturday, 2/4-2/8
Dawn, a 3D animation about adoption in China. Produced by Xia Rondeau.
5:05 PM on Tuesday-Saturday, 2/4-2/8
MA House of Representatives Formal Session - January 15th, 2020, the House voted unanimously to pass S.2367, An Act to protect persons with intellectual or developmental disability from abuse. The bill, known as “Nicky’s Law,” would establish a caretaker registry. Rep. Benson of Lunenburg gave her farewell address. Produced by the Massachusetts House of Representatives.
5 PM on Monday 2/3
11 AM on Tuesday 2/4 and Thursday 2/6
1 PM on Wednesday 2/5
10 PM on Friday 2/7 and Sunday 2/9
MA Joint Committee on Housing - January 14th, 2020, 3 Parts, the MA Joint Committee on Housing met for testimony on several bills related to affordable housing and rent control. Municipal leaders, activists, tenants, landlords, investors, and real estate developers from across the state testified. Produced by the Massachusetts House of Representatives.
Part 1: 6:35 PM on Monday 2/3
Part 2: 5:15 PM on Thursday 2/6
Part 3: 9:30 PM on Saturday 2/8
Pressley Clark BeHeard Press Conference, representatives Ayanna Pressley & Katherine Clark introduce the Be HEARD (Bringing an End to Harassment by Enhancing Accountability and Rejecting Discrimination) in the Workplace Act at a press conference held at the Casa Myrna in Boston on April 23, 2019. Produced by Belmont Media Center.
12:30 PM on Tuesday 2/4
Tune in on Channel 9 for the Weekend Marathon and watch programs about LOVE!
Friday 2/7 from 6-9 PM, Saturday 2/8 from 12 PM - Midnight
& Sunday 2/9 from 12-4 PM.
Songs for the Romantically Delusional, an anti-Valentine's day evening of cabaret-style singing featuring local performers Pamela Enders, Catharine David, Jen Lawrence, Gail Leondar-Wright, Ashley Lieberman, and Alexia Motley, with Joe Mulholland on piano. Filmed by Andrew Gerzon at Somerville's Arts at the Armory, Saturday Feb. 11, 2017. Produced by CCTV.
6 PM on Friday 2/7
ImprovBoston presents THORNS, February 14, 2018, ImprovBoston hosted their Valentines Day special: THORNS. Thorns features some of New England's best artists performing improv, storytelling, standup, songs, films, rants and whatever else they need to do to express their torment and/or joy around love. Filmed by Sara Pagiaro and Andrew Giustino. Produced by CCTV.
How Can We Better Love Ourselves and Everyone Else, Michael Koran and Mariya Shiyko explore how to love ourselves and everyone else. Produced by Michael Koran.
3:10 PM on Sunday 2/9
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