CTN programming schedule for week of Jan. 1


Comcast Channel 16 & AT&T U-verse Channel 99

  • LIVE Planning Commission Meeting, Wednesday, 1/3 at 7pm
  • LIVE Greenbelt Advisory Commission Meeting, Thursday, 1/4 at 4:30pm
  • LIVE Public Art Commission Meeting, Thursday, 1/4 at 7pm
  • NEW Washtenaw County Board of Commissioners Meetings from 1/3/18 & 1/4/18, Saturday, 1/6 at 3pm

Meeting agendas are available online  http://a2gov.legistar.com/

Comcast Channel 17

  • Public Access 2017 New Programs Marathon, a marathon of public access programs produced at CTN that premiered in 2017, Sunday, 12/31  12-7 PM, Monday, 1/1 11 AM-7 PM & Tuesday, 1/2 9 PM-Wednesday, 1/3 5 AM
  • Teaching in the Word, Christmas Concert, Sunday, 12/31 at 7 PM
  • Washtenaw Beat, A student produced news show, Tuesday, 1/2 at 3:35 PM
  • Christ Our King Presents: Dan Nickodemus, Thrivent, Ele’s Place: Betsy Stover, Tuesday, 1/2 at 3:50 PM
  • Laurence Miller & the Love Maniacs at CTN, This performance was recorded in the CTN studio, Thursday, 1/4 at 7 PM

Comcast Channel 18

  • French in Action Marathon, a marathon of the entire series, Sunday, 12/31  1 PM-Monday, 1/1  3 PM
  • Connect with English Marathon, a marathon of the second half of the series, Monday, 1/1  5:30 PM-12 AM
  • UCTV: Health and Medicine, Access to Care in an Era of Uncertainty, Tuesday, 1/2 at 12 PM
  • The Drexel InterView, Christopher D.M. Atkins, The Philadelphia Museum of Art curator uncovered a connection across classic works of art to be included in an exhibition and he discusses the affinity among these artists’ lives and works, the influence of mythology and religion, what it takes to stage an exhibition of this sort and themes and symbolism of hulking males bodies overturned, Friday, 1/5 at 8 PM

Comcast Channel 19

  • Senior Moments – Rob Crozier, a local jazz musician, talks about his musical events for seniors. performs with a ukulele, a harmonica and sings old-time pop songs., Sunday, 12/31 at 5pm
  • FYI – Year in Review, Pt. 3: Take a look at some of the stories covered on FYI throughout 2017. Including: Youth Impact Program, Operation Prom, Touch-A-Truck and a whole lot more. Sunday, 12/31 at 6pm
  • Adventure Archives – Traveling by ferry from the Sleeping Bear Dunes, the group ventures around Lake Michigan and explores North Manitou Island. Sunday, 12/31 at 8pm
  • Perils for Pedestrians – Travel to Flanders, Belgium, where advocates reopened an ancient country footpath; Look at a footpath through a parking garage in Brussels; visit the wide street in front of the Royal Palace; Learn about the European Greenways Association.Monday, 1/1 at 3pm
  • Chef’s Table Series – Tom Peters of Fairouz Restaurant demonstrates how to make two Middle Eastern Dishes: chicken hashwee (chicken with rice) and Meat Fatayer. Monday, 1/1 at 8pm
  • Connie’s Kitchen – Connie and friends prepare a meal of salad, spaghetti and meatballs, and toasted bread with an herbed garlic spread,  Oxford United Methodist Church meatballs,  salad, Monday, 1/1 at 9:30pm
  • Vegan Roadie – Dustin heads to Kansas City, MO., and hits up vegan spots the Foundry and Mccoy’s, FuD, Eden Alley. He also visits a mud pie vegan coffee shop and bakery to satisfy that sweet tooth. Grab some BBQ, Tuesday, 1/2 at 7pm


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