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Thursday, September 16, 2021

Time PhillyCAM Channel 1
Overnight 
11:30 pm
What's Hidden - 63 Black Nova
Snookie Blaze gets up close and personal with Producer Music Producer Black Nova
 
12:00 am
Genteel - By Joe Carlin
A wanna be peppercorn salesman and his almost silent nephew go on a last chance road trip to save his company.
 
1:08 am
Rescuing a Minke Whale in Monterey Bay
The Whale Entanglement Team ,WET, was part of a multiagency panel describing the rescue of a Minke whale in Monterey Harbor. Other panelists include representatives of Monterey Bay...
 
1:57 am
Ghouls Next Door - 42: Blood Quantum
Ghouls' new series looks to explore the horrors certain communities experience. We're starting with the indigenous zombie film that has us SHOOK, Blood Quantum.
 
2:57 am
Ghouls Next Door - 43: La Llorona
As part of the For the Culture series, Ghouls are educating on the guilty verdict of dictator Jose Efrain Rios Mott and exploring the film's genius revenge spin on Latin folklore.
 
3:57 am
Ghouls Next Door - 46 His House
Remi Weekes’ His House is a phenomenal work of social horror that encompasses the empathetic power of the genre. South Sudanese immigrants Bol and Rial battle supernatural haunts
 
4:30 am
4:56 am
Ghouls Next Door - 45: Tigers Are Not Afraid
Ghouls are talking about the fantastical Tigers Are Not Afraid. A journey through the eyes of children surviving the very real ghost towns of a Mexican town overrun by violence and corruption.
 
5:30 am
5:56 am
Practical Abolition - 2 Violence Interrupters
Healing restorative justice potential of returning citizens with life sentences to their communities to help interrupt cycles of violence.
 
6:00 am
6:00 am
Blessed Are the Poor in Spirit Part 2
 
7:00 am
7:00 am
To display the story of the Haitians in Pennsylvania, particularly Philadelphia, and allow others to discover the Haitian culture including the related aspects of our lives.
 
8:00 am
8:00 am
Democracy Now! LIVE - every weekday
An independent news program features international journalists, grassroots leaders, independent analysts, as well as ordinary people directly affected by world events and U.S. policy. With Amy Goodman
 
9:00 am
9:00 am
Free Library Author Event - Ray Didinger
Author of Finished Business: My Fifty Years of Headlines, Heroes, and Heartaches In conversation with Michael Smerconish
 
10:00 am
10:00 am
Perils For Pedestrians - 267 Vicksburg Bridge
We travel to Vicksburg, Mississippi, where an old bridge is closed to pedestrians, talk with the Superintendent of the Bridge Commission of Warren County, learn about Friends of the Vicksburg Bridge & meet a community health advocate.
 
10:30 am
10:30 am
The Drexel Interview - Jacob Bender
Author Paula Marantz Cohen interviews noteworthy figures in the fields of art, politics, science, and business. Jacob Bender
 
10:57 am
Cinder helps her community by interpreting, volunteering at the church, enrolling people in health insurance, educating others about hepatitis B
 
11:00 am
11:00 am
The Legal Edition - Siege at the Capitol
Discussion on Homegrown Violent Extremism with Sr. Researcher on Terrorism, Dr. Michael Jensen of Univ.Maryland who works with US Gov't intelligence. Why did Jan. 6 go unnoticed before it was too late?
 
11:30 am
11:30 am
Travel TV - 101
Volunteers Around the World
 
11:59 am
All of Us - PSA
a research initiative to better understand health conditions that specifically affect AAPI communities to improve health and healthcare, both now and for future generations
 
12:00 pm
12:00 pm
La Ofrenda y Charla - dir by Irving Viveros
Renowned artist César Viveros collected stories behind altars of community members to preserve & celebrate a sense of belonging, capturing stories of resilience. Produced by Phila Folklore Project
 
1:00 pm
1:00 pm
The Other Tony Bennett Presents - Presents 20
Philadelphia International Records Musician Alfie Pollitt Skype Interview
 
1:30 pm
1:30 pm
On location in Martha's Vineyard, Chef Trek creates his version of New England's famous Clam Chowder.
 
2:00 pm
2:00 pm
A guided spellbinding adventure as we encounter unexpected surprises with the wildlife and countryside of Tanzania.
 
2:30 pm
2:30 pm
Racial Justice & Equity - in Community Media
Alliance for Community Media inclusion equity & engagement caucus pursuing racial justice and equity in community media
 
2:30 pm
Alliance for Community Media - Inclusion, Equity & Engagement
When Hate Speech Meets Free Speech: Community media has always been a bastion of free speech. What happens when that speech targets or threatens others? Is there speech that is not worthy of protection? Our society’s views on what is acceptable speech is evolving.
 
4:00 pm
4:00 pm
The youth embark on a historical blast from the past at the Gazela Primeiro with Melissa Simmons. They explore the ship to to bottom with infusions of PSA's.
 
4:30 pm
4:30 pm
Democracy Now - DN! Thursday, September 16, 2021
 
5:30 pm
5:30 pm
POPPYN - 16
Each night in Phila more than 800 youth & children sleep in emergency housing. This episode explores the experiences of youth facing housing insecurity & the local programs that support them.
 
6:00 pm
6:01 pm
A Vision - 50 Hip hop's own OC
OC is a true Hip hop artist who is apart of the crew digging in the crates. He is a multi selling platinum artist and is on A Vision to talk about his rap career.
 
6:30 pm
6:31 pm
Featuring new Philadelphia sci-fi play called Babel with interview of headliner actor, Anita Holland.  Learn about action figure customizing community with Calvin Grace
 
7:00 pm
7:00 pm
A Town Anti-Bullying - with United People Inc
Actor, comedian, singer & culture influencer A Town discusses overcoming challenges growing up in Phila. His story can encourage others facing health issues, physical abuse & bullying
 
7:30 pm
7:30 pm
Contemporary Funk R&B Hip Hop & Soul Series
 
8:00 pm
8:00 pm
Atrévete (I Dare You) - 65: Sept 2021
Latinx showcase covering diverse events, issues & experiences of the Phila. Latinx community.
 
8:30 pm
8:30 pm
Democracy Now - DN! Thursday, September 16, 2021
 
9:30 pm
9:30 pm
ReelBlack TV - August 2021
Reelblack founder Mike D. chats with Jazz Composer Jawanza Kobie about his new CD and composing for film and TV
 
10:00 pm
10:00 pm
R & B Showcase Live - 14
Hosted by Tim Marshall features Music News, Interviews & Live Performances. Special Guests include Jazz Guitarist / Recording Artist Gary Little with Musician Joe Ficci.
 
10:30 pm
10:30 pm
The Madlab Post - 07: Renaissance Man
Academy Award nominated actor moonlights as indie rock musician while giving us some memorable roles in his 30-year career. Plus, a look at the roommate comedy that rocked the Sundance Film Festival.
 
11:00 pm
11:00 pm
Detective Jackson and Detective Troy Mattison get their hands dirty and extort money from a local shop owner.
 
11:30 pm
11:30 pm
About Middleweight Boxing contender & trainer Bobby Boogaloo Watts. Host Xander Hobson with guests Fred Jenkins, Carl Sonny Day, Tommy Bush, Clint Barns, P/O William Jones, Ivan & James Robinson.