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TV Highlights Feb 17 - Feb 23

TV Highlights Feb 17 - Feb 23

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

  • Posted on: 18 February 2020
  • By: Alfonso

New Singles
Channel 8

Fuzzed Out Sessions: Brother Toaster, Boston based jangle rocker joins us for the first ever fuzzed out session! Hear his song "Anytime.” Produced by Josh Artman.
7 PM on Tuesday 2/18 and Sunday 2/23
12:55 PM on Wednesday 2/19

Twelfth Night, a two hour stage production of Shakespeare. Produced by Bill Boone.
7:05 PM on Tuesday 2/18
11 AM on Wednesday 2/19 and Friday 2/21
7 PM on Thursday 2/20

History Cafe: Engaging Through The Arts, in partnership with Central Square Theater, we invite artists David Fichter, Eryn Johnson, and Vincent Siders to discuss how the arts can serve as a catalyst for– or reaction to– change. This event is part of Central Square Theater’s Central Conversations series and the final History Café of the Society’s 2019 “How Does Cambridge Engage?” programming. This event took place September 23, at the Central Square Theater. Produced by CCTV.
6:40 PM on Tuesday 2/18
5 PM on Wednesday 2/19, Thursday 2/20, and Friday 2/21
10 PM on Sunday 2/23

Biking in Cambridge, a documentary about the pros and cons of biking in Cambridge, created by CCTV's June Zip Doc class.
6:30 PM on Wednesday 2/19 and Thursday 2/20

DIYDS Film Festival 2019, the best top 10 films from the DIYDS Film Festival last year, promoting the festival coming up this March. Produced by Jensun Yonjan.
6:25 PM - 7:50 PM on Monday 2/17
11 AM - 12:25 PM on Tuesday 2/18

MA Joint Committee on Consumer Protection & Professional Licensure - January 27th, 2020, Attorney General Maura Healey was among those testifying before the MA Joint Committee on Consumer Protection and Professional Licensure, on legislation (H.311/S.195) that would ban new competitive electric supply contracts for residential customers. Produced by the Massachusetts House of Representatives.
1 PM on Wednesday 2/19
11 AM on Thursday 2/20
10 PM on Saturday 2/22

Black History Month Weekend Marathon

No Lye Documentary, No lye is a chronological and thematic history of the ethnic beauty industry in America that highlights innovative stylists, products, and business leaders. Produced by Frances P. Rice.
6 PM on Friday

Massachusetts Black Excellence on the Hill - February 11th, 2020, Members of the MA Black & Latino Legislative Caucus met in the State House to celebrate Black History month. Reps Carlos González, Nika Elugardo, and Bud Williams spoke along with Gov Baker, Lt. Gov Polito, Senate President Spilka and House Speaker DeLeo. Produced by the Massachusetts House of Representatives.
3:10 PM on Saturday

Mobile Black History Museum, Henry Parker hosts a studio exhibition by curator Joel Mackal, accompanied by his young student assistant Wayzaro Taylor. Using a timeline of artifacts from desert sand and ancient fossils to sugar cane and an Obama statue, they take viewers through the history of Africa and the accomplishments of African Americans. Produced by Henry Parker.
12 PM on Sunday 2/23

Cambridge Uncovered Episode 10: Young Cambridge Activists, in the 10th episode of Cambridge Uncovered, NeighborMedia reporter Beverly Mire sits down with three Cambridge teens to talk about their roles as activists in the community. Mire interviews Mari Gashaw, a Cambridge Rindge and Latin School student heavily involved with organizing events around Black Lives Matter, including the “Hands Up Student Walkout” last year; Christy Felix, a Community Charter School of Cambridge student who started the campus club, “One Problem at a Time,” and serves as a deacon in the youth ministry at First Holiness Church; and Yanka Petri, a CRLS student and CCTV Youth Media Program participant who is interested in feminism, but questions if she should be considered a feminist or an activist based off her preconceived notions of what those terms mean. Produced by CCTV.
11 PM on Sunday 2/23

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