TV Highlights Mar 2 - Mar 8
TV Highlights Mar 2 - Mar 8
What's new to CCTV? A List of Programs to Check Out This Week.
Cambridge Uncovered: The Media and the Elections, Rachel Gans-Boriskin, Assistant Professor of Practice in the Department of Communications at the Gwen Ifill College of Media, Arts, and Humanities at Simmons University, is joined by Chris Faraone, Editorial Director, Boston Institute for Nonprofit Journalism, Reverend Irene Monroe, co-host of the Podcast and standing Boston Public Radio segment ALL REV’D UP on WGBH, and Evan Horowitz from the Center for State Policy Analysis at Tufts University, to discuss the state of the Democratic primary. Produced by CCTV.
11 AM on Wednesday 3/4 and Friday 3/6
7 PM on Sunday 3/8
Race Recovery: Racial Trauma, healing of racial trauma for Black Americans. This event was filmed by Angie DiDomenica and took place at the Cambridge Public Library, January 23, 2020. Editing by Averill Angle. Produced by CCTV.
5 PM on Tuesday 3/3 and Friday 3/6
5:50 PM on Thursday 3/5
12 PM on Saturday 3/7
11:50 AM on Sunday 3/8
My Style & Passion: Ali Sy, in this episode, Ali Sy describes her style as ever-changing and compares it to her fashion icon and the hottest K-pop group today, while talking about her acting roles and why she loves being an actor. DP: Peter Levine & Seth Myer. Produced by Alfonso Mateo.
6:50 PM on Tuesday 3/3
5:45 PM on Wednesday 3/4
7:40 PM on Thursday 3/5
7 PM on Friday 3/6
5 PM on Saturday 3/7
Cambridge Uncovered, Ep. 35: Media and the Elections 2020: A Discussion of the Democratic Presidential Primary, on this episode of "Cambridge Uncovered", a group of local media professionals sit down to reflect on Democratic presidential primary. Featuring: Frank Morris Lopez as moderator, and Rachel Gans-Boriskin (Senior Lecturer at Simmons University), Rev. Irene Monroe (Host of "All Revved Up" on WGBH) and Donna Halper (Lesley University) as guests. Produced by CCTV.
7 PM on Tuesday 3/3
5 PM on Wednesday 3/4 and Thursday ⅗
7:05 PM on Friday 3/6
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.
6:35 PM - 7:55 PM on Monday 3/2
11 AM - 12:20 PM on Tuesday 3/3 and Thursday 3/5
5:50 PM - 7 PM on Wednesday 3/4
10 PM - 11:20 PM on Sunday 3/8
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.
10 PM on Saturday 3/7
Tune in on Channel 8 & 96
Recovery Recreation TV, a monthly half an hour TV show about sobriety and recovery, with different guests per episode. Produced by Susie Lordi.
Mondays @ 11:30 AM on channel 8
Sundays @ 4 PM on channel 8
Wednesdays @ 11 PM on channel 96
Saturdays @ 12:30 PM on channel 96
Tuesdays @ 7:30 PM on channel 96
Tune in on Channel 9
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Mondays @ 7:30 PM
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Tune in to Channel 9 from Friday through Sunday for a Weekend Marathon! Watch programs dedicated to International Women’s Month! Friday 3/6 from 6-9 PM, Saturday 3/7 from 12 PM-Midnight & Sunday 3/8 from 12-4 PM on CCTV Channel 9.
Cambridge Uncovered Episode 15: Cambridge Women's Heritage, In the 15th episode of Cambridge Uncovered, four local women celebrate Cambridge Women's Heritage through a thoughtful discussion reflecting the legacy of Cambridge women past and present, unsung and famous, who have shaped the city and the community we live in. NeighborMedia reporter Siobhan Bredin interviews Sarah Burks of the Cambridge Historical Commission; Mary Leno, a former city employee with the Women's Heritage Commission; and Sarah Boyer, a Cambridge oral historian, for this walk down memory lane. Speaking of walks, this episode also announces the launch of the Cambridge Women's History Project mobile tours through the Cambridge-based free iPhone app, Yonward. Produced by Siobhan Bredin, Sarah Moawad and Frank Morris. Roll-in video by Siobhan Bredin. Crew: Natalie Minik, Tanya Powers, Nick Perry, Maddy Weaver. Produced by CCTV.
7 PM on Friday 3/6
A Moment in Her Story: Stories from the Boston Women's Movement, the video traces the history of the women's movement coming out of the Anti-war and Civil Rights movements and continuing through the 1970s. The interviewees are the women who fought these struggles in groups and collectives and developed a new way of working together. They include working class women, black women, Latinas, lesbians, socialist feminists and the radical and cultural feminists of the late 60s and 70s. Produced by Catherine Russo.
11 AM on Saturday 3/7
Link TV: We Are Half of Iran's Population, programming from the Link TV network features "We Are Half of Iran's Population". Three months before Iran's presidential elections Iranian women's rights activists -- consisting of a vast spectrum of different points of view from religious to secular and ordinary women -- are filmed posing their questions to the ten candidates and three of them discuss their opinions after watching the film. Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, however, is not willing to take part in the film or to respond. By the time the film is finished, three individuals who have taken part in the film are thrown in prison, falling victim to the massive post-election detentions. This film sheds light on the reality of the situation in Iran. Produced by Rakhshan Bani-Etemad.
2:10 PM on Sunday 3/8
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