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Thursday, October 28, 2021

Time PhillyCAM Channel 1
11:30 pm
Snookie Blaze gets up close and personal with international star Tora Woloshin.
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...
1:56 am
Klezmer Spotlight Sessions - Deborah Strauss
internationally acclaimed klezmer violinist & educator interviewed by Susan Hoffman Watts. Leading greats in Yiddish music with the Philadelphia Folklore Project’s Virtual Masterclass Series
3:47 am
Klezmer Spotlight Sessions - Josh “Socalled” Dolgin
Yiddish Rap? It's real. One of the innovators of the Yiddish hip hop scene interviewed by Susan Hoffman Watts. Leading greats in Yiddish music with the Philadelphia Folklore Project’s Virtual Masterclass Series
5:30 am
5:38 am
I Choose to Stay Here - Philadelphia Folklore Project
a group of people opposing the City of Phila "takings" of private homes: the little known downside of the "redevelopment" initiative.
6:00 am
6:00 am
Yearning_Part 2
7:00 am
7:00 am
To share 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 - Jessamyn Stanley
on Yoke: My Yoga of Self-Acceptance (explores 'everyday yoga' through autobiographical essays about self-love & the missing spiritual element to Western yoga) in conversation with writer, adrienne maree brown
10:00 am
10:04 am
Perils For Pedestrians - 268: Knoxville
We visit Knoxville, Tennessee Refuge islands that help pedestrians cross a five lane arterial, talk with the president of Bike-Walk Knoxville & look at a street that had a road diet.
10:30 am
10:32 am
Drexel Interview - Jewish History Museum part 1
National Museum of American Jewish History
11:00 am
11:00 am
The Legal Edition - Crisis at the Border
Migrants, Motherhood & Medical Care Immigration Policy to protect women fleeing violence, poverty seeking shelter in US. Medical treatment: Obama, Trump, Biden. With Denice Labertew -women’s rights advocate, professor & former US envoy to foreign states.
11:30 am
11:30 am
Travel TV - 102
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
Featuring The Legendary Voice Of Russell Thompkins Jr. - Lead Singer of The New Stylistics and former Lead Singer of the legendary Stylistics
1:30 pm
1:30 pm
Join both Trek Chefs Delmer and Mia as they share with you this wonderful Journey. People Places and Cuisines on The Island of Martha's Vineyard MA.
2:00 pm
2:00 pm
The Surprised Traveler - 02 India & Nepal
A group of world travelers share their adventure into the fascinating aspects of the spiritual & cultural surprises they encountered in India & Nepal. Enjoy the vibrant colors, customs & people.
2:30 pm
2:30 pm
Racial Justice & Equity - in Community Media
Public Service Announcement: 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
Tiggs & Rudi's Commentary - 26
Tiggs and Rudi's Commentary explore Lincoln Financial Field Home of the Philadelphia Eagles. They get a guided tour and History of the field.
4:30 pm
4:30 pm
Democracy Now - DN! Thursday, October 28, 2021
5:30 pm
5:30 pm
POPPYN - 23: Environmental Justice
Visit the GreenBuild program at Youth Build Charter School, Rebel Ventures, Vietlead, Philly Thrive & Youth United for Change to find out how young people are fighting for clean air & water, land access, healthy food & a sustainable future.
6:00 pm
6:01 pm
A Vision - 51 Rapper K SOLO
Hip hop icon and hit squad member K SOLO discusses his career talks about Redman, Aftermath,Snoop Dogg and more.
6:30 pm
6:32 pm
Black Sci-Fi TV - 35 Terri Lee Barrett
Interview with Kata, the Iron Thorn Author Terri Lee Barrett and Black Comics 101
6:59 pm
Squirrel Hill Falls - by Hilary Brashear
The tale of a magical abandoned park, its local history & a new neighbor curious to get inside. This quirky, DIY documentary uses playfulness, animation & fantasy to tell the story of a neighborhood mystery
7:00 pm
7:20 pm
Everyday Philadelphians - Want to Defund the Police
Members of communities throughout Philadelphia had been calling to defund the police for years and also speak to what keeps our communities safe: jobs, schools, and resources for our communities
7:30 pm
7:30 pm
Contemporary, Funk R&B , Hip Hop and Soul Series
8:00 pm
8:00 pm
Atrévete (I Dare You) - 66: Oct 2021
Latinx showcase covering diverse events, issues & experiences of the Phila. Latinx community.
8:30 pm
8:30 pm
Phila Stories Retrospective - with Hebert Peck
Interview with the curator of the WYBE signature series spanning 8 seasons - originally broadcast starting in 2001 featuring Independent films by Philly filmmakers
9:00 pm
9:00 pm
Philadelphia Stories - Retrospective Showcase
Short independent films by Philly filmmakers featured in the sixth season of the WYBE signature series originally broadcast in 2008
10:30 pm
10:30 pm
The Madlab Post - 08: The Big Chop
New York director Makeba L. Ross returns to the set with a suspense thriller about Black female hair. Plus, a look at how Nightcrawler, The Neon Demon and Lost highway inspired The Big Chop.
11:00 pm
11:00 pm
Videos from Actor Tray Chaney, BaddiiCi, and more
11:30 pm
11:30 pm
Sketch Comedy