TV Programming Spotlight: January / February 2021
Here's what's new on PhillyCAM.
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Christian Faith Based Bible Teaching
A Lyrical MLK Celebration at the Museum of American Revolution
With interviews , spoken word, singing & instrumentals paying tribute to one of America’s greatest citizens & thinkers, Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr
Coming Together for Social Justice in Socially Distant Times
The impact of mass incarceration and health disparities in our communities featuring elected officials and activists united on the need for a more just approach to prisons, reentry and health plus the Art as Resistance Gallery, highlighting artwork on the topics of social justice and mass incarceration.
Casual conversations online amongst creative collaborators during pandemic, telling stories and planning projects with guests.
Series of interviews that explores the stories of Black women & femme wellness practitioners and how they survive and thrive during a global pandemic.
How to jump in and start researching your family now. Whether it is researching online or using DNA results, see how you can begin uncovering your ancestry.
A faith based short film. Lonely, depressed and suicidal - a man struggles for a reason to live through a series of flashbacks and an unexpected encounter with a psychiatrist on Christmas Eve.
1968-69 La Salle Explorers Men's Basketball Team.
This documentary covers the #2 Ranked team in College Basketball that was suspended from Tournament play and how they showed Character and Courage to still play that season. They ended the year 23-1.
Sobre temas de actualidad que involucran a la comunidad latina para visibilizar los logros de las mujeres hispanohablantes en diferentes espacios de trabajo local, regional, nacional e internacional
Multi-faceted, multi-voiced, experimental and activist television program that challenges the status quo and provides an alternative to corporate media
Focuses on a myriad of topics to educate, entertain and engage viewers featuring special guest speakers comprised of art, media and communication industry professionals.
New episode features Writer, Director and Producer, Shaquayla Mims.
focuses on the Great American depression and other mental illnesses from all walks of life with an emphasis on minority communities in and around the Philadelphia region
Centers around the total solar eclipse of August 21st 2017. Interviews with astronomy experts and eye-witnesses convey the thrill and wonder. An historical reenactment of Mayan astronomers with commentary explains the importance of science literacy & education to our society, as we face challenges such as global warming.
I Have Something to Say:
Eight fantastic films by a group of talented artist who all having something to say in a unique, profound and touching voice.
Julia Child: Bon Appetit!
Legendary French chef and American icon Julia Child returns from a 16-year hiatus to share with viewers highlights from her amazing life, her take on current events, and of course, a few secret recipes. An exclusive interview!
Late-night unfiltered uncensored journey into geek culture from every angle, its lofty heights and its seedy underbelly; all with the same brand of lunacy that WPPM fans have come to love.
Let Our People Go
58 day Vigil for Freedom & Racial Justice - a moving testament to the tireless fight for decarceration
World news for the arts & culture fan with an appreciation of short films and the people who make them. Highlighting little known shorts on the film festival circuit, an inside look into what it's like to be part of an international social club where you can talk films, meet the filmmakers and vote for your fave.
Concert Film featuring Professor Randy J. Gibson and his Double Portion Ensemble