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Sunday, July 23, 2017

Time PhillyCAM Channel 1
All day
 
4:00am
11:36 pm: Genuine Risk - By Joe Carlin
Story of Philly’s "street numbers racket" through the eyes of a young boy thrust head first into a criminal underworld. When the Commonwealth of PA decided to get their cut with Daily Number Lottery, Bookies would not go down without a fight
 
1:03 am: The Bully - By Marcus Siler
A lighthearted girl’s life is drastically turned upside down by an environmental illness and her only outlet may be to infect another.
 
2:48 am: The Internet's Own Boy - The Story of Aaron Swartz
Depicts the life of American computer programmer, writer, political organizer and Internet activist Aaron Swartz. Produced by by Brian Knappenberger
 
4:30am
4:33 am: Happy Collaborator -
a poignant documentary by Mike Hazard that portrays George Stoney as a filmmaker, teacher of film, and media activist. George is widely known as "the father of public access."
 
5:00am
5:29 am: Everyones Channel -
a 1990 documentary about the early history of U.S. community television and public access TV. It includes interviews with access pioneers (especially George Stoney), explores the technological developments that helped make cable access a reality.
 
6:30am
6:31 am: The Prophetic Word - 242
 
6:31 am: The Prophetic Word - 245
 
7:00am
7:00 am: God's Kingdom TV -
Christian new information of the word of God
 
7:30am
7:30 am: One to One - 16
One to one discipleship making. By Pastor Mike Couch
 
9:00am
9:00 am: Mashed Media 2016 - Documentary
Documentary selections and clips from POPPYN, the Social Justice honoree from the 2016 Mashed Media Awards featuring work produced by youth throughout the Philadelphia region.
 
9:30am
9:55 am: Mashed Media 2016 - Narrative
Narrative selections from the 2016 Mashed Media Awards featuring work produced by youth throughout the Philadelphia region.
 
10:30am
10:56 am: Mashed Media 2016 - Narrative
Narrative selections from the 2016 Mashed Media Awards featuring work produced by youth throughout the Philadelphia region.
 
12:00pm
12:00 pm: Scribe's Precious Places - Community History Proj. 121
1. From the Del to the El: a Neighborhood Evolving by New Kensington CDC 2. A Community in Transition by Friends Neighborhood Guild 3. Bridging Yesterday with Tomorrow by Tacony Civic Assoc
 
1:00pm
1:00 pm: GRIP TV - 22
Promotes, encourages and celebrates recovery from drug addiction and alcoholism through the Name of the Lord Jesus Christ and empowers Christian addiction ministries world wide
 
1:30pm
1:30 pm: Tuned In TV - 08: Holy Bowling
Influential bands making a difference in musical improvisation with guest: Holly Bowling
 
2:00pm
2:00 pm: Record Shop - 38
Live from the Peanut Gallery!
 
3:00pm
3:00 pm: The Chellerina Show - 12: Pastor Rousey
Encourages individuals to use their gift & talents, follow their dreams, and live a purpose filled life, ultimately, to fulfill their destiny!
 
3:30pm
3:30 pm: Salima Speaks - 89
Explores the thinking and perspectives of Ricardo Rose, a multi-talented person whose efforts have improved the lives of many through his teaching and implementation of programs to create economic opportunities.
 
4:00pm
4:00 pm: HumaniTV - 02: Color
Anthropological television that explores what it means to be human on the theme of color. Presented by Temple U Dept of Anthropology & PhillyCAM Collaborative Filmmaking
 
4:30pm
4:37 pm: Beauty To Be Determined - by Troy Jackson
A studio set documentary that surrounds the self-reflective responses of participants concerning what beauty to means to them and how others should, ideally, define personal beauty.
 
5:00pm
5:00 pm: Smart Talk - 15: Scott Baker
Andrew Mazzone and Scott Baker discuss New York City land values, some of the missed opportunities to tax those land values, and programs that might channel value taxation into useful social projects.
 
5:30pm
5:30 pm: Living the Vision - 24
Interactions through interviews of individuals who are living beyond themselves
 
6:00pm
6:00 pm: Optical Toys - Laughter 1
A weekly showcase of regionally produced live action and animated short films assembled by University of the Arts animation professor, Lowell Boston.
 
6:30pm
6:30 pm: Brightstar Buzz - 09: Felicia Punzo
Showcasing local live music & venues in the city of Phila. These acts have been creating a buzz locally & they are on the way to becoming future bright stars nationally & hopefully, the world. With Felicia Punzo at Italian Market Fest
 
6:30 pm: Brightstar Buzz - 10: Artimes Prime
Showcasing local live music acts & local venues in the city of Phila. These acts have been creating a buzz locally but they are on the way to becoming future bright stars nationally & hopefully, the world. Featuring Artimes Prime
 
6:58 pm: PCAM ID - poetry
 
7:00pm
7:00 pm: Phila Jazz Project Presents: - RetroLove
Performance of poetry, songs & jazz that express what relationships were like before the Internet. Written by Beth Feldman Brandt and composer Monnette Sudler, Featuring vocalist Joilet Harris at Drake Theater.
 
7:30pm
7:58 pm: Phila Jazz Project Presents: - Equinox Concert
Celebrate the celestial equinox & Coltrane's fascination w/ science. Features Alfie Pollitt, Steve Beskrone , Alan Nelson , Victor North, Pete Chavez & Nasir Dickerson, Bobby Zankel, Vince Turnbull, Bob Blacksburg at Conwell Dance Thtre
 
9:00pm
9:00 pm: Media Edge - 630
Includes: "The Call to Sanctuary: How to Create Safety in Your Community" ; "The Laura Flanders Show”; "Peak Moment" ; "When Abortion Was Illegal"
 
11:00pm
11:00 pm: Dumpsta Players Present - Mrs. Miller's Happy Hour
Join everyone's favorite floozy as Mrs Miller interviews specials guests plastic surgeon Dr Mendrakis & TV's Uncle Poodle from Honey Poo Poo.
 
11:00 pm: Dumpsta Players - Dead 00's Revue
Dumpsta tribute to fabulous celebrities who died during the 2000s!
 
11:30pm
11:32 pm: 100 Second Film Fest - 2017
The 100-Seconds is an international celebration of culture through the language of motion media and the common constraint of 100 seconds.