TV Programming Spotlight: March 2018
Here's what's new on PhillyCAM. Discover recent specials & series. Watch us online and on channels Xfinity 66/966HD or Verizon Fios 29/30 in Philly
Host Hagir Elsheikh, an abuse survivor from the Sudan, has dedicated her life to fighting for the oppressed. Topics of discussion are domestic violence, human trafficking, self-defense, bullying & overcoming hardships.
Drama series based on the novels ‘The Things Church People Won't Say, Secrets in the Sanctuary’ and ‘The Secret Lies Within’ about a church full of people who's lives are entangled with each other.
As a world traveler, Host Grace Calvelo-Rustia a Filipino-American Citizen, will showcase exhilarating footage of her homeland &intriguing interviews with people from her cultural experiences in the US and in the Philippines.
Life Coach Christina C. Harris inspires viewers as she redefines BFF in the area of Business, Faith, and Family. Tune in for wisdom, inspiration, and encouragement.
Carmela Apolonio Hernández & her 4 children fled Mexico to the US after receiving death threats 2 yrs ago. Unable to attain legal status & facing deportation, with help from New Sanctuary Movement, they hope to reopen their case to stay
Philadelphia residents are fighting back against the largest oil refinery on the East Coast – and they’re winning.
Captain Bill Sheehan, founder of Hackensack Riverkeeper. has dedicated his life to protecting the Meadowlands, an ecosystem of NJ wetlands. Long polluted, it is now a unique, industrial landscape that is a haven for birds & wildlife.
A short film based on the lives of three men whose worlds collide in the span of one day. A tale of modern day social injustice.
“How do you go out and transcend your physical limits, and your mental concepts of what your physical limits are?” As a quadriplegic dancer and performance artist, Eugene defies stigma through protest and contact improvisation dance.
The Philly Cannons are in their 2nd season in the American Basketball Association.
In Philadelphia, four brilliant singers – mothers, refugees, immigrants, survivors of Liberia’s civil wars – use their music to address violence and injustice at home in West Africa and in exile here in the U.S. A document of the power of traditional songs to make meaningful connections & to help re-build communities.
Day to day we all live our lives best we can.
A man seeks help through therapy, a mother seeks clarity, a wife faces a dangerous reality. In moments alone in silence, away from the mask we show others, this story is the journey through pain.
Collection of frank conversations had with the variety and depth that Philadelphia has to offer
The story of an interracial couple's marriage being tested by family & societal pressures when they realize that even LOVE may not be enough to save it; but with a child involved the stakes are higher & their issues more amplified.
Showcases the third installment of Finessed a silent skit filmed in southwest Philadelphia. Also featuring music videos from K Ferg, BlumBros, Bruno Brinks and Stack Laden.
Sunday: Genealogy Quickstart (regular timeslot Wednesdays 6:00pm)
Monday: The Chellerina Show (regular timeslot Sundays 3:00pm)
Tuesday: Like IT IS...Tell It (regular timeslot Saturdays 5:00pm)
Wednesday: Earnestly Speaking with Ernest Owens (regular timeslot Tuesdays 11:00am)
Thursday: Tea Time With Seleste (regular timeslot Wednesdays 7:00pm)
Friday: People Power Lunch Hour (regular timeslot Wednesday 12:00pm)
Saturday: The Record Shop (regular timeslot Sundays 6:00pm)
Tiggs & Rudi's Commentary (regular timeslot Thursdays 4:00pm)