Influential BBC horror movie The Stone Tape airs Friday

The Stone Tape

The Stone Tape aired as TV play written by BBC veteran writer Nigel Kneale in 1972. It has gone on to become highly influential to other filmmakers including John Carpenter as well as to the field of parapsychology in general, inspiring what is now known as the Stone tape theory of residual haunting.

The story follows a team of scientists who begin research in a newly renovated Victorian mansion and find themselves experiencing paranormal events. As they turn the focus of their research on the ghostly occurrences, the spirits they’ve uncovered only become more powerful.

See The Stone Tape as presented by The Dungeon of Dreck this Friday, August 4 at 4 p.m. and midnight online or on Comcast 50/Verizon 45 within Philadelphia.

Documentary highlights healing power of horses

Gift Horses

David Block is a Temple student, filmmaker and freelance journalist. He was also born legally blind. He has used his passion for storytelling to highlight others who have overcome their disabilities or struggles in life.

Premiering this week on TUTV, Block’s documentary film Gift Horses highlights the services of three therapeutic horseback riding organizations in Pennsylvania and offers a look at the various emotional and physical benefits that horse riding offers people with disabilities. Gift Horses includes the stories of many individuals of various levels of ability who experienced transformative healing after turning to therapeutic horseback riding. Tune in to Comcast 50, Verizon 45 or online on Friday, July 21 at 12:30 and 8:30 p.m. to see this powerful short documentary.

Gift Horses

Director David Block is legally blind but that hasn’t stopped him from completing seven  independent documentaries.  As a freelance journalist, he has had over 1,500 articles published in a variety of publications including the New York Times and Philadelphia Inquirer. Block is currently earning his Masters’ Degree at Temple, where the Journalism department recently awarded him the David the Lori Schipper Scholarship for Distinguished Achievement in Journalism.

Tell All is back with a new episode this week

All new! Tell All

Tell All, a TUTV original game show, will return to TUTV on July 21 to see Temple Update student reporter Kelly Antonacci face off against Update colleague Dan Ray.

Tell All is a fast paced game of words and wits, where contestants compete with the clock, and with each other, for fun and prizes. Created by Temple Student Brian Schwartz, Tell All is a high energy challenge where word play is serious business and what you don’t say can make your opponent the winner.

Tune in Friday, July 21 at 11:30 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. to see who wins!

TUTV wishes our viewers a happy Independence Day!

Happy July 4th!

Enjoy our holiday programming this Tuesday! View the full schedule.

Make sustainable foods with Baker Dave

Tzatiziki sauce with Baker Dave

Learn how to make Greek salad and tzatziki sauce with Kathleen Grady, the Director of Sustainability for Temple University’s Office of Sustainability, on a new episode of Baker Dave’s TUTV show!

She doesn’t have Greek heritage, but Kathleen says she makes this recipe at least once a week to eat at home. As a vegetarian, she finds that this is an easy and satisfying meal to consume regularly. While cooking, the two discuss Kathleen’s work helping students and the University create environmentally conscious decisions and embark proactively on projects to help the environment.

Tune in to this new episode of Baker Dave Presents… on Thursday, July 6 at 11:30 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. 

Did you miss the MSP Awards this spring?

Student who won at the MSP Awards

Then tune in to TUTV this Wednesday, July 5 at 1 and 9 p.m. to see who won in each category!

Klein College holds the MSP Awards annually to present the best student projects coming out of the Media Studies and Production department and award students with prizes and scholarships. This year, Fox 29’s Good Day Philadelphia anchor Karen Hepp hosts the ceremony.

Watch it on Comcast 50, Verizon 45 in Philadelphia or online everywhere.

Watch student doc about Betsey Johnson in new “Film Vault”

Betsey Johnson

In a new episode of From the Temple Student Film Vault, watch a short documentary about famous fashion designer Betsey Johnson. Johnson, who is now very well known for her off-the-wall and colorful designs, is interviewed in the early days of her long career, around the time that her fashions were associated with Andy Warhol and Edie Sedgwick. Sporting a bowl cut and dark eye make up, the business owner and designer describes her attitude towards her work and her life.

“Betsey Johnson: New York” airs alongside four other short films that came out of Temple’s film program in the 70s, including a documentary about the Main Line and

Watch it on Comcast 50, Verizon 45 or online on Friday, June 23 at 2 and 10 p.m.

Ever wondered how to make vegan dessert?

Vegan Chocolate cupcake

Maybe you’ve tried vegan cuisine, but it can be difficult to imagine finding substitutes for butter and milk in baking. So how do you do it? Find out on a new episode of Baker Dave Presents… Baker Dave provides tips and tricks on how to execute a perfect chocolate cupcake using vegan ingredients. He also shares how learning to make vegan options for Temple students kept him motivated in his job when things were tough.

Tune in to Comcast 50, Verizon 45 or online this Thursday, June 22 at 11:30 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. to watch the episode.

Watch “A Fierce Kind of Love” on TUTV this Wednesday

A Fierce Kind of Love, a project of Visionary Voices

In a collage of text, movement and song, A Fierce Kind of Love explores the largely untold story of the intellectual disabilities rights movement in Philadelphia and Pennsylvania from 1968 to the present. It was described as “a transcendent, modern, and startling performance of humor and poignancy, outrage and sweetness” by The Inquirer. The story is told by a cast of mixed abilities, including five well-known Philadelphia-area performers.

Temple’s Institute on Disabilities commissioned the play and it ended its short run in 2016, so be sure not to miss it on TUTV! Tune in on Wednesday, June 14 at 1 and 9 p.m. to Comcast 50, Verizon 45 or watch it online.

Former CBS3 anchor Pat Ciarrocchi to appear on TUTV

Pat Ciarrocchi

Pat Ciarrocchi spent 33 years at CBS3 beginning in 1982 and, in 2014, became the first woman inducted into the Pennsylvania Association of Broadcasters Hall of Fame. This week, she talks to Temple student Hannah McComsey on a new episode of Temple People about her career arc, from her small town beginnings in Hagerstown, Maryland to her decision to retire a few years ago. She also shares her sage advice to other women looking to enter the news media industry.

Tune in this Tuesday, June 6 at 11:30 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. on TUTV (Comcast 50/Verizon 45 or online) to see this half-hour sit-down interview program produced by Temple students.

Greening Philadelphia’s vacant lots and schoolyards

Greening Philadelphia

Find out how Temple University’s Center for Sustainable Communities is helping Philly create green stormwater and beautify blight in a new documentary produced by Temple students.

This short film highlights the Center for Sustainable Communities’ efforts to create green stormwater through a community-driven geo-design process in areas by 6th and Diamond Streets, Hostos Charter School, and Memphis Street Academy. The Project Team created a conceptual Green Stormwater Infrastructure (GSI) plan for the study area and visualized three specific GSI project site plans, followed by three design charrettes conducted in three lower-income and minority neighborhoods.

Watch below or catch it on TUTV Thursday, June 22 at 1 and 9 p.m.

Political satire show “The Intermission” premieres on TUTV

The Intermission

On the premiere episode of TUTV’s political satire show, The Intermission, host TJ Swigart focuses on the scandals that have marred Trump’s Presidency. Correspondent Ben Rupert speaks with Trump supporters, and later TJ sits down with Dr. Frank Farley, a Psychology Professor at Temple, to discuss the concept of “fake news”.

Watch it on TUTV this Saturday, June 10 at 11 p.m.

NOTE: This program was scheduled to air June 4 but will instead air on June 10 in the same time slot.

Temple Tonight returns with more music and shenanigans

Temple Tonight host Jimmy Williamson with S.E.F.G. (Strive Everyday for Greatness)

Temple Tonight’s host Jimmy and his sidekick Bridget return to show off their new set, and later they get a special visit from a member of the First Family! Local rappers WiLL and Coast of S.E.F.G. (Strive Everyday for Greatness) stop by to talk about their charity work and perform live. Plus, Temple Tonight presents an alternative Oscars, Missed TU Alerts, and more!

Tune in to TUTV this Saturday, June 3 at 3:30 p.m. and 11:30 p.m. to see this new edition of TUTV’s late night comedy program.

Go in depth into Philly news with PNTV

Behind the scenes of Philadelphia Neighborhoods

PNTV is a student-produced newscast born from, which aims to cover underserved parts of the city and take a look at the stories that effect its citizens. Hosts Aish Menon and Sarah Metts highlight the bigger and more controversial topics, including the new soda tax and how the Trump Administration’s immigration policy could impact Philadelphia, as well as the smaller and more intimate stories, including efforts to combat crime in the Grays Ferry and Port Richmond neighborhoods and a behind-the-scenes look at a trendy restaurant in Hunting Park.

Catch this episode of Philadelphia Neighborhoods TV this Thursday, June 1 at 1 and 9 p.m. on TUTV (Comcast 50/Verizon 45 and online).