Wednesday, January 16, 2019

08:00 AM

Remembering When

Remembering When

This show is simply about the history of television, the technology and how television was accepted way back in it’s infancy.…

08:30 AM

Classic Arts Showcase

Classic Art Showcase

Classic Arts Showcase is a free cable television program designed to bring the classic arts experience to the largest audience possible by providing video clips of the arts in hopes that we may tempt you, the viewer, to go out and feast from the buffet of arts available in your community.…

10:00 AM

Temple Update Archives

Temple Update

Past shows of Temple University’s weekly, half-hour news program produced, written, directed and anchored by students.…

10:30 AM

CaribNation

Caribnation

CaribNation Television is a high-quality, multi-formatted half-hour television show that consistently produces informative television programs.

These programs explore and explain the eclectic ethnic, economic and cultural heritages of Caribbean people, unite them across geographical, linguistic and ideological boundaries, and address all aspects of the region’s people, places and issues, in their own voices.…

11:00 AM

Americana: The Way We Were

Americana: The Way We Were

This program looks back on American life by way of old public domain newsreels, films and public/civic documentaries. Each episode contains one or more snippets showing the way American life used to be.…

11:30 AM

Deutsche Welle: Tomorrow Today

Tomorrow Today

Tomorrow Today is DW’s weekly science program. The compelling features and reports about science and technology, medicine and the environment give a glimpse of the world of tomorrow.…

12:00 PM

Rare Visions and Roadside Revelations

Rare Visions and Roadside Revelations

Randy, Mike and Don load up their cramped minivan to document outsider artists, grassroots art environments and offbeat attractions of all kinds.…

12:30 PM

Media Inside Out: Empathy and the Media

Dr. Frank Farley and Sherri Hope Culver

Caring and treating others with kindness is what we all try to teach our children. We try to teach children empathy – to put yourself in other people’s shoes.…

01:00 PM

Philly Famous Podcast: Chill Moody

Philly Famous Podcast: Chill Moody

Named “Best Rapper” by Philadelphia Magazine, Chill Moody is a hip-hop artist, entrepreneur, and activist with big plans. A West Philly native, he’s loyal to the city that bred him.…

01:30 PM

A Conversation with Dean Baquet

A Conversation with Dean Baquet

Students join the Lew Klein Excellence in the Media Award winner, Dean Baquet, for a Q&A session. Baquet, the Executive Editor of the New York Times, speaks about how he “fell in love” with journalism at age 19 and how much the industry has changed since then.…

02:30 PM

Dropping Back In: Second Chances

Dropping Back In: Second Chances

High school dropouts, educators, and researchers introduce the economic and personal costs of dropping out, why a high school equivalency is no longer enough, and the benefits of dropouts gaining second chances.…

03:00 PM

Hot and Cold

Hot and Cold is about building and renovating houses as well as updating with new types of insulation and alternative energy.…

03:30 PM

A Culinary Journey

A Culinary Journey

A cooking program produced by chef Luca Paris, owner of Luca’s Mediterranean Café; a fine dining restaurant in Keene, New Hampshire.…

04:00 PM

Remembering When

Remembering When

This show is simply about the history of television, the technology and how television was accepted way back in it’s infancy.…

04:30 PM

Chat in the Stacks: Race in the Race 2018

University Lecture Series

After the 2018 midterm election, Temple Professors Karen Turner and Kimmika Williams-Witherspoon discuss race and politics in the wake of the election results with Malcolm Kenyatta and Sharif Street.…

06:00 PM

Temple Update Archives

Temple Update

Past shows of Temple University’s weekly, half-hour news program produced, written, directed and anchored by students.…

06:30 PM

CaribNation

Caribnation

CaribNation Television is a high-quality, multi-formatted half-hour television show that consistently produces informative television programs.

These programs explore and explain the eclectic ethnic, economic and cultural heritages of Caribbean people, unite them across geographical, linguistic and ideological boundaries, and address all aspects of the region’s people, places and issues, in their own voices.…

07:00 PM

Americana: The Way We Were

Americana: The Way We Were

This program looks back on American life by way of old public domain newsreels, films and public/civic documentaries. Each episode contains one or more snippets showing the way American life used to be.…

07:30 PM

Deutsche Welle: Tomorrow Today

Tomorrow Today

Tomorrow Today is DW’s weekly science program. The compelling features and reports about science and technology, medicine and the environment give a glimpse of the world of tomorrow.…

08:00 PM

Rare Visions and Roadside Revelations

Rare Visions and Roadside Revelations

Randy, Mike and Don load up their cramped minivan to document outsider artists, grassroots art environments and offbeat attractions of all kinds.…

08:30 PM

Media Inside Out: Empathy and the Media

Dr. Frank Farley and Sherri Hope Culver

Caring and treating others with kindness is what we all try to teach our children. We try to teach children empathy – to put yourself in other people’s shoes.…

09:00 PM

Philly Famous Podcast: Chill Moody

Philly Famous Podcast: Chill Moody

Named “Best Rapper” by Philadelphia Magazine, Chill Moody is a hip-hop artist, entrepreneur, and activist with big plans. A West Philly native, he’s loyal to the city that bred him.…

09:30 PM

A Conversation with Dean Baquet

A Conversation with Dean Baquet

Students join the Lew Klein Excellence in the Media Award winner, Dean Baquet, for a Q&A session. Baquet, the Executive Editor of the New York Times, speaks about how he “fell in love” with journalism at age 19 and how much the industry has changed since then.…

10:30 PM

Dropping Back In: Second Chances

Dropping Back In: Second Chances

High school dropouts, educators, and researchers introduce the economic and personal costs of dropping out, why a high school equivalency is no longer enough, and the benefits of dropouts gaining second chances.…

11:00 PM

Hot and Cold

Hot and Cold is about building and renovating houses as well as updating with new types of insulation and alternative energy.…

11:30 PM

A Culinary Journey

A Culinary Journey

A cooking program produced by chef Luca Paris, owner of Luca’s Mediterranean Café; a fine dining restaurant in Keene, New Hampshire.…