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Sunday, April 5, 2020

Time PhillyCAM Channel 1
Overnight 
11:00 pm
Martha Graham Cracker - Lashed But Not Leashed
A crooning fever dream of a show about a life of hard living & even harder loving. The dazzling drag-cabaret darling excavates her distorted past, belting out original tunes & dishing up ridiculous stories & side-splitting asides.
 
12:48 am
Pearl's Girl Productions - Presents 01 Short Films
A showcase of various forms of media that highlight the diverse richness of Black life in America, created by Eboni Zamani and other Philly artists.
 
1:08 am
Hidden Lives Illuminated - By Eastern State Penitentiary
Brings the often invisible stories of people living in prisons to light, featuring animated short films created by currently-incarcerated artists living in Pennsylvania correctional institutions.
 
2:00 am
Attorney David Rasner talks about matrimonial law also knows as family law: an area of the law that deals with family matters and domestic relations with host Steve Wigrizer, attorney.
 
2:30 am
Attorney Don Pak discusses immigration law: the rules by the federal government of who is allowed to enter the country, and for how long and the process for those who desire to become U.S. citizens.
 
3:00 am
The Leading Question - 03:Business law
Attorney Steve Wigrizer interviews attorney Dennis George about Philadelphia real estate and opening a business.
 
3:30 am
The Leading Question - 04: Police & Music
Community Activist Alim Howell, Race for Peace sits down with host Steve Wigrizer, Esquire and special performance by Trevor Street Band.
 
4:00 am
The Leading Question - 05: Immigration Law
Immigration attorney David Piver talks about the field and landscape of immigration law in America.
 
4:30 am
4:30 am
The Leading Question - 06: Elderly Help
Attorney Steve Wigrizer talks with Marisa Ferst, Executive Director of Eldernet of Lower Merion and Narberth about helpful resources.
 
5:00 am
5:00 am
Main Line Arts TV - 24
The Leading Question with Attorney Steve Wigrizer and Christine Storm, regional director of student services from The Caron Foundation on the opioid crisis.
 
5:30 am
5:30 am
Mainline Arts TV - 22
Presents "The Leading Question" by Steve Wigrizer and guest Harvey Price, founder of Peace Drums Project where Jewish, Christian and Muslim youth participate in a steel drum band.
 
6:00 am
6:03 am
Rainbow Warriors
Monkeys, aliens, robots & evil space pickles on the moon learning about outer space and inner emotions.
 
6:30 am
6:30 am
Prophetic Word - 319
Prophecy according to the Bible
 
7:00 am
7:00 am
The Love & Power Broadcast - 23:Seven Last Words, Part 1
This is the first part of a special presentation of the words that Christ spoke while hanging from the cross.
 
7:30 am
7:30 am
Discipleship making. By Pastor Mike Couch
 
8:00 am
8:00 am
Phila Jazz Project Presents: - Satellites are Spinning 3
A Sonic Celebration of Sun Ra, visionary musician, philosopher, composer & band leader. Eclectic series of 8 concerts around Philly Hosted by WRTI radio deejay, J. Michael Harrison With Guest Musical Director Bert Harris
 
9:00 am
9:00 am
ICA Fast Forward 2013 - A Generation Removed
Boston Institute of Contemporary Art’s new media program help's teens develop a portfolio of work for critique, presentation and distribution.
 
9:30 am
9:57 am
ICA Fast Forward - Teen Compilation 05
A multi media program at the ICA, Boston, offered free to high school students to develop a portfolio of work for critique, presentation and distribution.
 
11:00 am
11:11 am
ICA: Fast Forward - 2014
New media program offered free of charge to qualified high school students developing a portfolio of work for critique, presentation and distribution.
 
12:00 pm
12:00 pm
Scribe Video Center Presents - Muslim Voices 04
1. Masjid Freehaven: The Struggle, the Sacrifice & the Gift chronicles the community history of faith for freedom. 2. A Place To Call Home by Muslim Student Assoc. at UPenn explores its 50 years history of community space.
 
12:30 pm
12:30 pm
Safe - 05:Ram Riches
One man's journey from shelters and homelessness to housing, fatherhood and self-awareness.
 
1:00 pm
1:00 pm
GRIP TV - 51: DAAP TV
Drug Abuse Awareness Project Television Youth talk show from Prince Hall Elementary School, Philadelphia, Pa.
 
1:30 pm
1:30 pm
Best of Career Seekers - Show 02: D. Hatter
Source for career & Job search information with a focus on diversity
 
2:00 pm
2:00 pm
Chris Shutz is among the great artists at the Sound Cafe on the Record Shop
 
3:00 pm
3:00 pm
The Chellerina Show - 26: Linda Jivey
Encourages individuals to use their gift & talents, follow their dreams, and live a purpose filled life, ultimately, to fulfill their destiny!
 
3:30 pm
3:30 pm
Our View Hosts, Salima Hakeem Mohammad, Todd Stofka, Francine Elizabeth Natal, Simone Malone with guest Anthony Van Luton, talking about depression and the Vietnam war
 
4:00 pm
4:00 pm
Las Madres de Berks - by Michelle Angela Ortiz
The stories of 4 mothers detained with their children at Berks County Residential Ctr, a family prison in PA. Followed by discussion with the filmmaker & Sundrop Carter, Exec Dir, PICC & Bridget Cambia, ALDEA lawyer
 
5:00 pm
5:00 pm
The 7 Figure Hustle - 09: Home Business
Understanding taxes & credit for a home based business
 
5:30 pm
5:30 pm
Erie Planet Live - 02:Angela Burton
Featuring performances by Angela Burton, Tena Riley, Jimmy Lee & Stan Smoove, with DJWell on the scene. Interview with Detra Waller. Hosted by Erie Mosley & Douglas Payne
 
6:00 pm
6:00 pm
The Performing Songwriter - 04: Hosted by Ray Naylor
Guest Karl Swartzwelder is an award winning performing songwriter from Delaware. He performs solo and with a band. He is also a recording engineer and producer
 
6:30 pm
6:30 pm
Brightstar Buzz - 64 Gabrielle Chapman & The Vortex
Gabrielle Chapman & The Vortex perform at their single release show live at Bourbon & Branch in the Northern Liberties, Philly.
 
7:00 pm
7:00 pm
Phila Jazz Project Presents: - Satellites are Spinning 8 pt.1
A Sonic Celebration of Sun Ra, visionary musician, philosopher, composer & band leader. Eclectic series of 8 concerts around Philly Hosted by WRTI radio deejay, J. Michael Harrison With Guest Musical Director Erica Corbo
 
7:30 pm
7:55 pm
Phila Jazz Project Presents: - Satellites are Spinning 8 pt.2
A Sonic Celebration of Sun Ra, visionary musician, philosopher, composer & band leader. Eclectic series of 8 concerts around Philly Hosted by WRTI radio deejay, J. Michael Harrison With Guest Musical Director Erica Corbo
 
9:00 pm
9:00 pm
Blind Filmmaker Presents: - Who Said You Can't Dance?
If you think that a wheelchair user is incapable of dancing, then think again. Wheelchair users, whether athletically mobile or not can learn to dance with a standing partner.
 
9:11 pm
Blind Filmmaker Presents: - Gift Horses
Gift Horses- Horseback riding and care raising self esteem
 
9:30 pm
9:33 pm
DIY Studio Recording - by Sound Museum Collective
Jackie Milestone explains how to record a music demo in your own bedroom, featuring local rock band Hi Viz
 
9:55 pm
Sound Synthesis - with Lira Landes
Sound Museum Collective presents technical aspects of sound synthesis
 
10:00 pm
10:23 pm
Philly Music Magazine - Dilemma
An Interview with local Music Artist/Producer, Dilemma. Produced by Gralin Hughes
 
10:30 pm
10:30 pm
Dykeumentary TV - 14: Fighting For Justice
Several videos about communities organizing against oppression.
 
11:00 pm
11:00 pm
Dumpsta Players Present - Prom Trash Plastik
Join hostess Amanda Playwithe who debuts her new diet tool. Who will be crowned Prom Trash queen?
 
11:30 pm
11:30 pm
Tribbles After Dark - 11: GeekNEat
Bat Tribble Len is joined by host of Jawn Apetit, Roy to talk with owner of Lee How Fook, Emily Huang about foodie culture, learning recipes through Youtube and how to properly hold chopsticks.