CCTV Programming Feb 8 - Feb 14

CCTV Programming Feb 8 - Feb 14

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

  • Posted on: 7 February 2021
  • By: Alfonso

Black History Month Specials
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Black Futures Matter: A Celebration of History and Culture, an event that includes original dance by Cha Cha Epps, spoken word by Ashley-Rose Salomon, and song and piano by Nedelka Prescott and Vaughn Francis. The program focuses on the resilience of Black communities in Cambridge. The event takes place at St. Augustine's church, a building with deep roots in Cambridgeport’s Black history. We're inaugurating a revitalization program at St. Augustines through the nonprofit, Black History in Action. This will be the first of a series of events meant to educate and engage the general public about the enduring Black presence in Cambridge. Produced by Kris Manjapra.
1 PM on Mon 2/8, Wed 2/10
7:40 PM on Thurs 2/11
4 PM on Fri 2/12
10 AM on Sun 2/14

Martin Luther King Remembrances: The Root Social Justice Center presents - MLK Day - BIPOC, MLK Day: Celebrating BIPOC Event. Our Youth4Change Leaders have worked hard to bring this stellar program together for our community - and beyond, with Zoom. Hope you can join us. Produced by BCTV.
1 PM on Tue 2/9
5 PM on Wed 2/10
6 PM on Fri 2/12
11:30 AM on Sun 2/14

MLK Event, Interfaith Council of the Northshire, Annual interfaith service and speaker. Tabitha Moore, immediate past president and co-founder of the NAACP in Rutland, shares her personal Vermont-living experiences and those of her children, while drawing on “The Radical King,” Cornell West’s new book. Produced by GNAT-TV.
7 PM on Tue 2/9
1 PM on Thurs 2/11
2 PM on Sun 2/14

Beyond the Rim 202102 -- Black History Month Special, Twenty-nine individuals are featured in this compilation of African-American achievements & acknowledgement from the live television production of AroundTheRim recorded during Black History Month from 2012-2020. Nester Dudley hosts. Produced by Malden Access Television.
7:30 PM on Mon 2/8, Wed 2/10
2 PM on Thurs 2/11
1 PM on Fri 2/12
3 PM on Sun 2/14

Health and Wellness Programming
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Living and Learning with Disabilities: Red Grammer, guest is musician Red Grammer. Produced by Portsmouth Public Media.
8 PM on Tue 2/9
3 PM on Wed 2/10, Thurs 2/11, Fri 2/12
5 PM on Sun 2/14

Health Department Roundtable: COVID Vaccines, Chris Schultz, Chairman of Abington's Board of Health hosts a new episodic program called Health Department Roundtable. In this segment, Microbiologist Tom Boulay provides a detailed presentation on the COVID vaccines that are being distributed. Produced by Abington Community Access and Media Inc.
4 PM on Mon 2/8, Wed 2/10
7 PM on Thurs 2/11
2 PM on Fri 2/12
9 AM on Sun 2/14

Recreational Therapy, CMS Host Michael Cutler and Orion Roeder, Director Recreational Therapy (Loretto PACE CNY), discuss the importance of therapeutic recreation and outreach to the elderly in an effort to combat social isolation during the COVID-19 pandemic. Produced by Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.
2:30 PM on Mon 2/8, Wed 2/10
3:30 PM on Tue 2/9
8:30 PM on Fri 2/12
4 PM on Sun 2/14

Programming by CCTV Members
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Carolyn Psychic’s Playroom: Sharon DeBartolo, interested in researching your family tree? Sharon DeBartolo Carmack is a thirty-plus-year veteran Certified Genealogist® with an MFA in Creative Nonfiction Writing, a Diploma in Irish Studies from the National University of Ireland– Galway, and Certificate from the Spiritualists’ National Union International in inspired speaking and demonstrating mediumship. She talks with Carolyn about her new book, In Search of Maria B Hayden.
To receive a psychic reading on the show, write to
8:20 PM on Mon 2/8, Wed 2/10
5:10 PM on Fri 2/12
8 AM on Sun 2/14

Tune in to Channel 9 from Friday through Sunday and learn from our BLACK HISTORY MONTH weekend marathon! Friday 2/12 from 6-9 PM, Saturday 2/13
from 12 PM-Midnight & Sunday 2/14 from 12-4 PM on CCTV Channel 9.