The season finale of Temple Talk premieres Tuesday

Cast of Temple Talk

Hosts Jon Dowding and Kaicey Baylor say goodbye on the final Temple Talk of the spring semester. Jamai from NBC’s The Voice performs his original music live on set. Temple Student Government’s Gadi Zimmerman also visits the set and is interviewed by the hosts.

Tune in to TUTV on Tuesday, April 24 at 1 and 9 p.m. for the finale.

The results of this years BIG contest are in

Before I Graduate 2018 winners

Every year students compete to win TUTV’s “Before I Graduate” contest, the winner of which TUTV helps with one college wish. This year, instead of one lucky student, we decided to fulfill the dreams of three. We had multiple students who requested to be able to watch the sun set from the top of Morgan Hall, so we organized a dinner with Lu Ann Cahn, Director of Career Services at Klein College.

Watch it all unfold below:

Mother’s Day improv rap, Grog-style

Mother’s Day is fast approaching, so you might want to start thinking about what you’ll get your beloved mom. No worries, Grog Show is here to give you some inspiration this year. Watch this month’s installment of #YearOfGrog for a Mother’s Day improv rap.

Student-made doc tackles gentrification in Philly

The Fight

The city of Philadelphia is back on the map after decades of disinvestment. But at what cost? “The Fight” highlights a case of eminent domain in Southwest Philly as a lens into the downsides of revitalization.

Temple student Daniel Ray tackles the history of homeownership in the city of Philadelphia in his film, from redlining, white flight, and blight to revitalization and finally to eminent domain and displacement, through interviews with experts, academics and long-time residents.

Using the funds from winning the Lew Klein Excellence in Media Scholarship, Klein College student Daniel Ray produced, directed, and edited “The Fight” to highlight the lives of Philadelphians that are living in the fallout of the city’s revitalization regime.

Tune in to TUTV this Friday, April 20 12:30 and 8:30 p.m. to watch the premiere.

Latest La Charla features new games and segments

La Charla cast on set

Tune in to TUTV this Thursday, April 19 at 1 and 9 p.m. to see the latest La Charla, our Spanish-language talk show.

Host Rafael Lorgroño introduces various topics for the rest of the cast to discuss, beginning with politics, including Trump’s immigration plan, the GRAMMYs, colorism in Latin American–discussing their own experiences within their families, as well as their general impression on how colorism impacts Latin Americans within both South and North America–and much more.

Later, the cast participates in two games new to the show, Answer Now and Love Corner. Don’t miss the episode to find out how they’re played!

Temple Tonight celebrates 3 years of on-air gags with a “Best of” show

TUTV’s late-night talk show is celebrating their vaunted run here at the station, so tune in this Saturday, April 21 at 3:30 p.m. for a look back at some of the show’s best jokes and segments.

Make tortellini alfredo this Thursday with Baker Dave

Baker Dave and Bill Jalbert

Bill Jalbert, Director of Facilities Management at Temple University, comes to the set of Baker Dave Presents… to cook up his favorite, tortellini alfredo with chicken. While showing us how to prepare the Italian dish, Bill talks about his job and how it’s an exciting time to work in facilities management at Temple University as so many new buildings are being built.

Tune in to this new episode of Baker Dave Presents… on TUTV this Thursday, April 12 at 11:30 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.

From alcoholism to advocacy

Behind the scenes shot of host Lisa Bien and guest Jillian Bauer-Reese

Temple University Professor of Journalism Jillian Bauer-Reese has been in recovery from alcoholism for five years and brings her experiences with addiction to the set of Bouncing Back to provide insight into the trajectory from addiction to recovery.

Having bounced back from substance abuse, Professor Bauer-Reese is now an advocate for better media coverage on the topic of addiction, particularly in the city of Philadelphia. She’s fighting back against inaccurate news stories and teaching the next crop of journalists to cover addiction with nuance, respect and a solutions-driven approach.

Tune in to TUTV Monday, April 9 at 12:30 and 8:30 p.m. to see this all new episode of Bouncing Back.

Tune in Sunday for a film noir classic “The Third Man”

The Third Man

Often praised as “one of the greatest movies of all time,” this 1949 film starring Joseph Cotton will air on TUTV Sunday, April 15 at 1 & 9 p.m.

It all begins when out of work pulp fiction novelist, Holly Martins, arrives in a post-war Vienna divided into sectors by the victorious Allies where a shortage of supplies has lead to a flourishing black market. He arrives at the invitation of an ex-school friend, Harry Lime, who had offered him a job, only to discover that Lime has recently died in a peculiar traffic accident. From talking to Lime’s friends and associates, Martins soon notes the inconsistency in their stories and determines to discover what really happened.

Tune in to Comcast 50/Verizon 45 or online to find what makes this film stand the test of time.

Professor John Helferty visits the set of Temple People

John Helferty and Paul Gluck on Temple People

Professor John Helferty talks to TUTV Station Manager Paul Gluck about his Student Space Exploration and Environmental Systems Laboratory, which is funded by NASA, and the work they’re doing at Temple’s College of Engineering.

He shows off some of the technology his students are working to invent for use in space and discusses the origins of the Lab, which goes back over 20 years.

Tune in for this illuminating episode of Temple People, a program showcasing Temple’s wonderful community, this Wednesday, April 4 at 1 and 9 p.m. on TUTV.

Lo Último airs Wednesdays at noon

Lo Ultimo

Produced in conjunction with Temple Update, Lo Último is the first all-Spanish language news program on TUTV, covering topics from ranging from global to local.

Tune in this Wednesday, April 4 at 12 and 8 p.m. to catch an all new edition of the student produced news program.


New Bouncing Back focuses on recovering from sexual assault

Lisa Bien with Christa Hayburn

Lisa Bien brings Christa Hayburn to the set of Bouncing Back to discuss sexual violence, how it effects survivors, and advocating for other victims of sexual violence.

Christa first shares her own story of bouncing back after being sexually assaulted and her journey overcoming the after effects. Now, she is a Certified Holistic Health and Transformational Coach, a volunteer at Women Organized Against Rape (WOAR), and a speaker for the Rape, Abuse, and Incest National Network (RAINN). She started “Empower Her Voice” to support women healing themselves and to create a network of women who inspire one another.

Watch the premiere of this episode of Bouncing Back with Lisa Bien on Monday, March 26 at 12:30 and 8:30 p.m. on Comcast 50, Verizon 45 or online.

Get the latest in entertainment news from Temple Talk Tuesday

Temple Talk hosts with Andrew Sturt

A new episode of Temple Talk, TUTV’s entertainment and pop culture talk show, premieres on Tuesday, March 27 at 1 and 9 p.m.

The hosts welcome local actress Morgan Turner from Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle to the set.  Hailing from nearby West Chester, PA, Turner discusses her role in the Jumanji reboot as well as her musical career. Featured for the Temple Spotlight segment, Temple graduate student Andrew Sturt discusses his research project, which involved traveling to over 40 Major League Baseball stadiums across the country. Andrew’s work was recently featured on the PhillyVoice.

To watch TUTV, tune in to Comcast 50, Verizon 45 or watch online.

TUTV presents 2001: A Space Odyssey – 50 Years Later

2001: A Space Odyssey - 50 Years Later

We invite you to join us for a mind-bending evening that will feature multi-media presentations, a panel discussion, film clips, and video about Stanley Kubrick’s sci-fi masterpiece.

Without a doubt, 2001: A Space Odyssey is one of the greatest and most philosophical science-fiction films ever made. It has provided some of cinema’s most famed icons—the monolith, the ape bone toss, the HAL-9000, the Star-Gate, and the strange hotel suite. 50 years later, 2001 is more relevant than ever as we organize our lives amidst a culture of technology and vast potential.

Produced by Barry Vacker and Brooke Storms of Temple University and presented by The Gershman Y, Philadelphia Jewish Film Festival, and TUTV-Temple University Television & The Rudman Media Production Center, our event will conclude with a complimentary reception and book signing with an opportunity to meet and mingle with guest panelists and authors.

Buy tickets for this event here!

Hidden City creators discuss Philly secrets

Philadelphia: Finding the Hidden City

Authors and urban observers Nathaniel Popkin and Peter Woodall, creators of Hidden City,  discuss Philadelphia and its myriad communities at a presentation at Temple University. Their work explores a number of places that have almost disappeared―from workshops and factories to sporting clubs and societies, synagogues, churches, theaters, and railroad lines—and the neighborhoods connected to those places. They connect Philadelphia’s idiosyncratic history, culture, and people to develop an alternative theory of American urbanism, and place the city in American urban history. “In Philadelphia: Finding the Hidden City,” published by Temple University Press, Popkin and Woodall uncover the contemporary essence of one of America’s oldest cities.

Watch this presentation on TUTV this Wednesday, March 21 at 4:30 p.m.