Tuesday, January 18, 2022

Time PhillyCAM Channel 1
5:00 am
12:00 am
Exavier Wardlaw presents - A Bertolt Brecht play
The Demise of the Egoist Johann Fatzer about Four deserters who flee the slaughter of WW 1 performed by a Black cast in a playwrights work shop founded by Exavier Wardlaw at the Living Theatre, NY in the 1980’s
1:00 am
The American Crisis - A musical play
Following the journey of 3 African American college students & their thoughts about democracy & the importance of voting in a debate of ideology & values in a bipartisan fashion
1:56 am
Alyssa Garcia is 18 years old. She’s won songwriting awards and one of her songs is in the upcoming movie Getting Grace. Someone to watch!
2:26 am
Emily Barnes is a full-time, nationally touring singer-songwriter. She was a finalist in the Kerrville Folk Festival’s songwriting contest in Texas.
2:56 am
Last Chance is a duo from Delaware County consisting of Jack Scott and Ingrid Rosenback. Guitar, banjo, violin and harmony voices.
3:26 am
Joe Jencks has been a seasoned touring songwriter for 17 years. A friend of the late Pete Seeger. A powerful voice and highly rated.
3:56 am
No Good Sister is a women’s trio from Philadelphia. They have performed up and down the East Coast and performed at the Philadelphia Folk Festival in 2015.
4:26 am
Jason McGovern describes his music as D.Y.I Americana Folk & Pop Rock. He was a winner of The Philadelphia Songwriters Project in their 2017 songwriters contest.
4:56 am
The Performing Songwriter - 19: Becca Gohn
Proficient on the keyboard with a knack for writing emotionally hitting love songs, she has a very unique voice, worth listening to.
5:26 am
The Performing Songwriter - 20: Casey Alvarez
With comparisons to John Mayer, Billy Joel and Eric Clapton, Casey Alvarez has performed at venues such as Musikfest, The Tin Angel, The Philadelphia Folk Festival and more.
6:00 am
6:00 am
White fear, Racial Habits, Charlottesville Protest, Women’s Rights
7:00 am
7:00 am
The Hidden Truth - 55 Enemy of God
What makes you an enemy of God?
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
Media Justice 101 - Part 2
Racial disparities our communities face offline in policing, education, housing, are shifting online. MediaJustice movement building has evolved beyond representation to challenge technological giants shaping communication, as we fight for access & against surveillance.
10:30 am
10:31 am
Negotiating Cultural Appropriation: - Lineage, Teaching, Relationships 02
Teaching Culture: Insider, Outsider, and In Between Moderator: Dr. Brenda Dixon Gottschild (Professor Emerita, Temple University) Panel presented by Philadelphia Folklore Project
1:00 pm
1:00 pm
The Rusty and Jan Show - 04: Avi Wisnia
An interview with local singer-songwriter Avi Wisnia. Rusty and Jan perform a song.
1:30 pm
1:30 pm
Both Sides of the Bars - Attica Prison Uprising
Has Anything Changed since 1971? interview with David Rothenberg, founder of The Fortune Society & one of the observers to witness negotiations with NY State.
2:00 pm
2:00 pm
Inside With Persaud - 01: Mentorship
Interviews with Heroes In the Field, a mentoring program in NJ and also a guest advises how to get help with a gambling issue.
2:30 pm
2:30 pm
Philadelphia’s Gun Violence - & Link to Food Insecurity
A Community Conversation with Bebashi Transition to Hope on Philadelphia’s worsening gun violence problem & the correlation with food insecurity as a root cause in the city’s most affected areas.
3:30 pm
3:53 pm
Practical Abolition - 1 Reducing Gun Violence
Resources for Communities Not Cops, Staking out a creative path in lifting up alternatives to policing and exploring programs that could reduce street violence.
3:55 pm
Practical Abolition - 2 Violence Interrupters
Healing restorative justice potential of returning citizens with life sentences to their communities to help interrupt cycles of violence.
4:00 pm
4:00 pm
Looking Forward - 18 Food for Thought
Food place an essential role in our lives and Looking Forward will explore the intersection of food and justice.
5:00 pm
5:01 pm
Hard Cover - 639- Food & Culture
One of nation's longest running TV shows: Voices & Visions of Chicago's Youth created by youth for youth talking about about the cultural life that flows through Chicago
5:30 pm
5:30 pm
Hear Us Out - 23: A Look Back
Take a look back at the amazing work the Arts2Work crew made during their media mentor program along with aYouth Set The Stage chat about music and self care.
6:00 pm
6:00 pm
Philly On The Rise - 74 Chesney Claire
Interview with Music Artist
6:30 pm
6:30 pm
Philly Loves Poetry - 57 Jan 2022
Moonstone Arts presents poetry and discussion with Charles S. Carr featuring Siduri Beckman
7:30 pm
7:30 pm
Arts Access TV - 17
Presented by The Office of Arts, Culture and the Creative Economy featuring John Coltrane: His Life and Music By Philadelphia Jazz Legacy Project
7:51 pm
Arts Access TV - 20
Presented by Office of Arts, Culture & Creative Economy featuring Vocal Preservation Workshop by The Women’s Coalition for Empowerment & Sevillana Get Togethers By Pasion y Arte
8:30 pm
8:30 pm
Democracy Now - DN! Tuesday, January 18, 2022
9:30 pm
9:30 pm
Part 1 featuring Joan D'Arc, Spartacus and Sun Tzu on the theme of power and betrayal.
10:00 pm
10:01 pm
The World Fusion Show - 61 Steve Gorn
Bansuri flutist and composer Steve Gorn has devoted his life to the study of the Indian bansuri flute and is considered by many to be the foremost non-Indian bansuri player in the world.
10:30 pm
10:30 pm
Magz FM tv - 27
The Bottomline (Cologne, Germany) Chanel Fyffe (Toronto, Canada)
11:00 pm
11:00 pm
Paper Tiger TV - Staking a Claim in Cyber Space
1993 Information Policy for the People Presented are the voices & ideas of media advocates & community organizers working to ensure that the Information Superhighway is accessible and functional for all people.
11:30 pm
11:30 pm
LES Biography Project - Penny Arcade
Lower East Side Biography Project: A community media biography series and oral history archive - stemming the tide of cultural amnesia

Watch us on Xfinity 66/966 | Verizon 29/30 | Roku | Apple TV | PhillyCAM TV