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Sunday, May 9, 2021

Time PhillyCAM Channel 1
Overnight 
11:46 pm
5 on the go - Sun Ra
Sun Ra Tribute at the new Fringe Arts Center
 
12:02 am
Great Small Works - Toy Theater Fest 02
Isolating Together, from the intimacy of the Victorian parlor to your personal viewing device, international puppeteers reach out during days of separation with original colossal wonders of miniature proportions.
 
2:02 am
Polemics - 01
Journal of Workingclass Struggle w/ Diane Lackey, Irving Jones, Richmond Gardner, Rosesita Johnson: S.African Liberation, J.Justin Ragsdale: Lest We Forget Museum & Angela Mariey Vogel: Drivers Union
 
2:31 am
Polemics - 02: Drivers Anti-Apartheid
Journal of the Workingclass Struggle invites Angela Vogel of Drivers Union. Rosita Johnson develops Friends of SOMOFCO antiapartheid struggles in the US. Diane Lackey interviews.
 
3:01 am
Polemics - 03: On Warfare
Journal of the Workingclass Struggle examines organizing against conventional warfare in Iraq with Rich Gardner; and Ed Agular of Peace Action to struggle against atomic war.
 
3:31 am
Polemics - 04: anti-war
Journal of the Workingclass Struggle examines Philadelphia Peace Action activities on anti-war and anti-nuke struggles in the US. Diane Lacky interviewing.
 
4:01 am
Polemics - 05 Peace Action
Rev. Robert Moore and Edward A. Aguilar, JD, at the Philadelphia Ethical Society: The Anti-nuclear weapons struggle towards the Green New Deal. Recording by Drew M. Snynder.
 
4:30 am
4:31 am
Warming, Waste, War & Protest. Numbers of organizations work together on issues; a large protest at Art Museum. An international movement with peaceful political actions.
 
5:00 am
5:00 am
Polemics - 07 Philadelphia Protests
A visual presentation: rebellion organized by supporters of the theme, Black Lives Matter, in response to the death of George Floyd and many others. Juneteenth of 2020 (19th of June).
 
5:30 am
5:30 am
Discussion by World Peace Council UN Representative, Dr. Barman Azad and Joe Lombardo, Co-Coordinator of United National Antiwar Coalition on 'Imperialism and the Peace Movement'.
 
6:00 am
6:00 am
Ask Islam - 03: Sexuality
Missionaries of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community answer questions on social issues from an Islamic perspective
 
6:30 am
6:30 am
Prophetic Word - 358
Prophecy according to the bible
 
7:00 am
7:00 am
The Love & Power Broadcast - 32:Seven Last Words, Part 2
This is the second part of a special presentation of the last words that Christ spoke from the cross.
 
7:30 am
7:30 am
Discipleship making. By Pastor Mike Couch
 
8:00 am
8:00 am
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
 
9:00 am
9:00 am
Smith Play Jawn - 1. Love
Exploring together with Smith some playful ways to learn more about loving ourselves and our world. Sometimes we see ourselves, like a mirror, other times we do not, like looking in a window.
 
9:30 am
9:30 am
Smith Play Jawn - 02: Collections
Smith Playground’s TV show for families encourages and models playful learning, featuring collecting through stories, music, nature and more. Plus, a segment called 'show us YOUR jawn!'
 
10:00 am
10:00 am
Smith Play Jawn - 03: Building
Smith Playground’s TV show for families encourages and models playful learning, featuring collecting through stories, music, nature and more. Plus, a segment called 'show us YOUR jawn!'
 
10:28 am
Smith Playground’s TV show for families encourages and models playful learning, featuring collecting through stories, music, nature and more. Plus, a segment called 'show us YOUR jawn!'
 
10:30 am
10:58 am
Smith Play Jawn - O5: Black History Month
Smith Playground’s TV show for families encourages and models playful learning, featuring collecting through stories, music, nature and more. Plus, a segment called 'show us YOUR jawn!'
 
11:00 am
11:28 am
Need in Deed - Bullying
Anti-bullying video made with 4th grade students at Powel Elementary School
 
11:30 am
11:36 am
Morning on the Wissahiccon - by Bob Finkelstein
Combines the beauty of today's Wissahickon, with the hint of a story influenced by the writings of the master of mystery & horror himself as a tribute to Poe's essay praising the waterway
 
11:41 am
People Powered Struggle - by PhillyCAM Youth
Students from all over Phila. join together to create a TV show about issues they feel are important to their communities, focusing on teen issues in the digital age as well as the racial discourse that has swept the airwaves
 
11:57 am
Terror Train - by Andrew Hoffman
Animated drama about a commuter who wakes to find that an unusual passenger has joined him in the next seat. When an attempt to switch seats fails, he discovers this person may be even stranger than he appears.
 
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
Media Burn Archive - DeeDee Halleck
An overview of her career in independent media, beginning with the Oscar-nominated short, Mural on Our Street (1965), and continuing through her work in the 1980s and ’90s with Paper Tiger Television & Deep Dish Satellite Network.
 
2:00 pm
2:00 pm
Featuring Ruffhouse Records founder Chris Schwartz and interview with Cecil Parker
 
3:00 pm
3:00 pm
Wayne continues his exploration of smart devices by looking at tablets
 
3:30 pm
3:30 pm
Salima Speaks - 94
Floyd Marshall Jr., Founder of Gazelle Films and The Philadelphia Film Awards. He will be talking about why he felt the need to start it.
 
4:00 pm
4:00 pm
Resistance: - battle of philadelphia
Speculative fiction about a clandestine collective of residents who mobilize to resist the pervasive surveillance and the repressive state violence of a powerful corporate government in a near future Philadelphia.
 
4:30 pm
4:34 pm
M. Asli Dukan - Interview
Gabe Castro talks with creator M. Asli Dukan about her work, Resistance: the battle of philadelphia, creating media to inspire change, and her other speculative fiction projects.
 
5:00 pm
5:00 pm
7 Figure Hustle - 13 Planning
Understanding Personal Wealth Management and planning your money with the experts
 
6:00 pm
6:00 pm
Joe Jencks has been a seasoned touring songwriter for 17 years. A friend of the late Pete Seeger. A powerful voice and highly rated.
 
6:30 pm
6:30 pm
PJP Presents - Philadelphia Jazz Stories
A colorful collection of memories and historical accounts from, or about key figures of Philly’s Jazz community presented in an Illustrated book and supported by the Intellectual Heritage Department of Temple University.
 
7:00 pm
7:15 pm
Probe - By John N. Campbell
A mysterious video artifact from the near future casts doubt on the honesty of our government and our place in the universe.
 
7:30 pm
7:30 pm
Phila Latino Film Fest - Femme Frontera
Filmmaker Showcase from around the world challenging perceptions about women, border communities, immigrants, people of color, the LBGTQ community & other marginalized communities.
 
9:00 pm
9:00 pm
Women of Music (Bb) Presents Jazz vocalist, Ms Ella Gahnt, whose legacy is a pillar in the region.
 
10:30 pm
10:30 pm
Dykeumentary TV - 22: Int'l Queer Short Film
A selection of fictional and documentary LGBTQ+ short films
 
11:00 pm
11:00 pm
Dumpsta Players Present - Promtrash Desperate
 
11:30 pm
11:30 pm
The Geeks Come Out at Night