TV Schedule: What’s on CTN for week of Aug. 5


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

  • LIVE Human Rights Commission Meeting, Wednesday August 8 at 7 pm
  • LIVE City Council Meeting, Thursday August 7 at 7 pm
  • NEW Planning Commission Meeting 8/8/18, Friday August 10 at 1 pm
  • NEW Washtenaw County Board of Commissioners Meetings 8/8/18 & 8/9/18, Saturday August 11 at 3 pm

Meeting agendas are available online

Comcast Channel 17

  • Soapbox, Chiropractic Health Tips, Sunday, 8/5 at 5 PM

Comcast Channel 18

  • AADL Presents, Health Care Reform and Mental health Parity: What Does It Mean For You?, Sunday, 8/5 at 7:30 PM UCTV: Teachers P.E.T., The Surprising Road to Women’s Suffrage, Monday, 8/6 at 7 PM
  • UCTV: Health and Medicine, Aging Bones: Understanding Fractures, Healing, and Repair: Injury and Aging: Do Fractures in the Elderly Heal Differently?; Progenitor Cell-Based Modeling and Treatment of Glial Disease, Monday, 8/6 at 8 PM
  • UCTV: Med Ed Hour, UCSF Kidney Transplant Program Update in Transplantation 2018: State of Transplantation at UCSF, Tuesday, 8/7 at 3 PM
  • Camp TV: Summer 2018, REC&ED Lights, Camera, Action Video Camp, Tuesday, 8/7 at 8 PM
  • Information: School Culture & Climate Survey Results, Tuesday, 8/7 at 9 PM
  • Retirement Recognition: Jim Kosteva, Tuesday, 8/7 at 9:17 PM
  • Retirement Recognition: Linda Carter, Tuesday, 8/7 at 9:31 PM
  • Retirement Recognition: JoAnn Emmendorfer, Tuesday, 8/7 at 9:48 PM
  • UCTV: Med Ed Hour, Developmental Disabilities Update: Health Insurance: The Importance of MediCal for Individuals with Disabilities, Wednesday, 8/8 at 3 PM
  • UCTV: Med Ed Hour, Exploring Ethics: Engineering ‘Selfish’ Genes in Mice: Benefits and Risks, Thursday, 8/9 at 3 PM
  • Exploring the World of Music, Texture, Thursday, 8/9 at 6:30 PM

Comcast Channel 19

  • FYI, Interview with Bryan Ukena, CEO of Recycle Ann Arbor, Rolling Sculpture Car Show & Drum & Dance Jam, Sunday, August 5 at 6 pm
  • Happy Tails, Francie Krawcke from Michigan Avian Experience introduces two of her teaching partners.  The Great Horned Owl and the American Kestrel visit Happy Tails to demonstrate their wondrous survival adaptations. Sunday, August 5 at 5:30 pm


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