On the Air: CTN broadcast schedule for week of April 8


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

LIVE City Council Meeting, Monday, 4/9 at 7pm

LIVE Human Rights Commission Meeting, Wednesday, 4/11 at 7pm

LIVE Historic District Commission Meeting, Thursday, 4/12 at 7pm

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


Comcast Channel 17

Soapbox, Chiropractic Tips, Sunday, 4/8 at 5 PM

Riprap: New Books, Host Jim Schaefer and Randal Baier discuss several new books, including a book of photography by Pete Souza, the official White House photographer for President Barack Obama. It has some very touching and meaningful images, including one where President Obama, who was African-American, allowed a young African-American boy to touch his hair and feel how similar they were to each other, Tuesday, 4/10 at 9 PM

Comcast Channel 18

Listen and Learn 2018: Student Led Town Hall on School Safety, Sunday, 4/8 at 1 PM

UCTV: Teachers P.E.T., 2018 Writer’s Symposium By the Sea: An Evening with Jane Smalley, Monday, 4/9 at 7 PM

UCTV: Health and Medicine, The Heart of a Cyclist: Insights From Sports Cardiology, Monday, 4/9 at 8 PM

UCTV: Health and Medicine, The Entanglement of Meditation and Medicine, and What Love’s Got to Do With It with Jon Kabat-Zinn, Monday, 4/9 at 10 PM

LIVE: Ann Arbor Board of Education, Wednesday, 4/11 at 7 PM

Comcast Channel 19

FYI – Interview with Shamar Herron with Do More Summer 18; March Du Nain Rouge; Saline Springfest. Sunday, 4/8 at 6pm

Chef’s Table Series – Executive Chef Phil Cutone demonstrates how to make oven roasted cod with blackened sea scallops Monday, 4/9 at 8pm

Connie’s Kitchen – Grilled chicken skewers with a sweet mango marinade and an apple jelly marinade, a mixed greens salad, and fresh biscuits. Monday, 4/9 at 9:30pm

Pioneer @ Skyline Men’s Lacrosse from 4/9/18 Tuesday, 4/10 at 8pm

Perils for Pedestrians – A crosswalk enforcement operation in Bethesda, Maryland; A new pedestrian master plan in Topeka, KS. Wednesday, 4/11 at 5:30pm

Conversations –Paul Krutko, President & CEO of Ann Arbor SPARK, Wednesday, 4/11 at 6:30pm

Green Room, Bernd Blossey of Cornell University discusses his research on invasive plant species, and how non-native earthworms and deer can contribute to their spread. Tuesday, 5/10 at 5 pm


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