TV Highlights & COVID-19 Programming June 29 - July 5

TV Highlights & COVID-19 Programming June 29 - July 5

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

  • Posted on: 29 June 2020
  • By: Alfonso

#BlackLivesMatter Programming
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The Takeaway: Chief Wack, Sandwich Police Chief Wack discusses progressive policies within the department. Produced by Sandwich Community Television.
8:15 PM on Mon 6/29
7 PM on Tue 6/30
2:30 PM on Thurs 7/2
6:45 PM on Sun 7/5

City of Cambridge Juneteenth 2020 Celebration, The City of Cambridge celebrates this day in 1865, two and a half years after the Emancipation Proclamation, when officials in Texas finally issued an order freeing the remaining people held in slavery. Today, June 19th remains a powerful opportunity to hail the abolition of slavery and to honor the lives of African-American people. Juneteenth is also an opportunity to confront the racism that persists throughout our country. This year in particular, as people in every state take to the streets to protest the Black lives lost to police brutality and to demand safety, justice, and equality, our nation is engaged in difficult but critical conversations about the lasting and devastating effects of systemic racism. Produced by 22CityView.
3 PM on Mon 6/29
2:30 PM on Tue 6/30
1 PM on Wed 7/1, Thurs 7/2
2:45 PM on Fri 7/3

The Movement Continues Protest 2020, protest in support of the Black Lives Matter Movement on Cambridge Common. Produced by CCTV.
5:30 PM on Mon 6/29, Wed 7/1

COVID-19 Programming
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Afro Flow Yoga, this is a weekly conversation, hosted by Cambridge Local First, with small business owners and nonprofit Executive Directors throughout Cambridge, partner organizations, and the community. All are welcome! Produced by Theodora Skeadas, Cambridge Local First.
3:45 PM on Mon 6/29
3:15 PM on Tue 6/30, Thurs 7/2
8:15 PM on Wed 7/1
3:30 PM on Fri 7/3
5:30 PM on Sun 7/5

Girls Chronically Rock, an interview highlighting the inspiring story of local entrepreneur Keisha Greaves who leveraged her passion for fashion and her drive to persevere to start her own clothing brand, Girls Who Chronically Rock. Keisha shares with us her passion for the fashion industry, how she uses her brand to raise awareness for muscular dystrophy, and offers advice for aspiring entrepreneurs. Produced by Theodora Skeadas, Cambridge Local First.
4:30 PM on Mon 6/29
2 PM on Tue 6/30, Wed 7/1, Thurs 7/2, Fri 7/3
5 PM on Sun 7/5

WFH: Boston Business Journal Summer Intern in Houston, this episode features Shafaq Patel, who is a Boston Business Journal Summer Intern through the Dow Jones News Fund. She talks about how COVID-19 altered her post-grad plans, how her internship adapted to the pandemic, the pros and cons of working from home in Houston, and some of the articles she had written about minorities in businesses Produced by Alfonso Mateo.
4:15 PM on Mon 6/29
3:45 PM on Tue 6/30
1:45 PM on Wed 7/1, Thurs 7/2
2:30 PM on Fri 7/3
6:30 PM on Sun 7/5

Yoga for Seniors, this is a continuation of Yoga for Seniors with Barbara Scott. Produced by Londonterry TV.
2 PM on Mon 6/29
1 PM on Tue 6/30, Fri 7/3
3 PM on Wed 7/1
7 PM on Thurs 7/2
7:30 PM on Sun 7/5

New Single
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Amphibians, Join Ranger Tim on an adventure through Fresh Pond Reservation in Cambridge where we will observe the amphibian life cycle up close. Produced by Tim Puopolo.
5 PM on Mon 6/29
7:45 PM on Tue 6/30
2:30 PM on Wed 7/1
8 PM on Thurs 7/2
4 PM on Fri 7/3
6 PM on Sun 7/5

Tune in to Channel 9 from Friday through Sunday for a Weekend Marathon! Watch #BLM related programming! Friday 7/3 from 6-9 PM, Saturday 7/4 from 12 PM-Midnight & Sunday 7/5 from 12-4 PM on CCTV Channel 9.