What’s On: CTN programming schedule for week of Dec. 16


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

  • LIVE City Council Meeting, Monday December 17, 7pm
  • LIVE Park Advisory Commission Meeting, Tuesday, December 18 at 4pm
  • LIVE Planning Commission Meeting, Tuesday, December 18, 7pm
  • LIVE Commission on Disability Issues Meeting, Wednesday, December 19, at 4pm
  • LIVE Transportation Commission Meeting, Wednesday, December 19 at 7pm
  • LIVE Building Board of Appeals Meeting, Thursday, December 20 at 1:30pm
  • LIVE Public Market Advisory Commission Meeting, Thursday December 20 at 5:30pm
  • NEW Ann Arbor Area Transportation Authority Meeting 12/20/18, Saturday, December 22 at 12pm

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

Comcast Channel 17

  • CTN Welcomes, Girl Scout Troop 40147, Sunday, 12/16 at 1 PM
  • Teaching in the Word, Dr. Johnnie Joplin discusses ‘Your Confession of Faith and Your Affirmation’, Sunday, 12/16 at 7 PM
  • A2 Insight, James Trost interviews Scott Page, U of M professor and author, on this program that features issues relevant to the Ann Arbor community, Sunday, 12/16 at 8 PM
  • Dude, Where’s My Driverless Car? The Ethics of Autonomous Vehicles, Sunday, 12/16 at 8:40 PM
  • Save CTN, Sunday, 12/16 at 8:55 PM
  • Atheists Speak Up, Part I of a speech by Kimberly Veal, Host of the Black Freethinkers podcast, Sunday, 12/16 at 9 PM
  • WWI Education Series, Elliot Davis, Monday, 12/17 at 8:40 PM
  • Riprap: Anna Clark, Part II of the discussion on the Flint lead poisoning crisis with an interview with Anna Clark on her book The Poisoned City, Tuesday, 12/18 at 9 PM
  • Ann Arbor Tonight, Host Zach Damon guides this ‘late night’ variety show, Friday, 12/21 at 11:30 PM

Comcast Channel 18

  • AADL Presents, Acclaimed Author Gary Shteyngart: Author of ‘Little Failure: A Memoir’, Sunday, 12/16 at 7:30 PM
  • Science in Focus: Energy, Heat, Work, and Efficiency, Monday, 12/10 at 3 PM
  • AAPS Annual Fall Student Enrollment Report, Monday, 12/17 at 6 PM
  • AAPS Superintendent’s Report: December 2018 #1, Monday, 12/17 at 6:31 PM
  • UCTV: Teachers P.E.T., Burke Lectureship: May We Make the World?: Religious and Ethical Questions with Dr. Laurie Zoloth, Monday, 12/17 at 7 PM
  • UCTV: Teachers P.E.T., The Library Channel: Holocaust Living History Workshop: Against All Odds: Born in Mauthausen with Eva Clarke, Tuesday, 12/18 at 7 PM

Comcast Channel 19

  • FYI, Interview with Susan Lerch on the Hemophilia Foundation of Michigan, St. Joe’s Cancer Center Grand Re-Opening, DMUM Come Together for the Kids Gala & Midnight Madness, Sunday, December 16 at 6pm
  • Ward Talk, Anne Bannister from the 1stWard, Monday, December 17 at 9:30pm
  • Let’s Watch with the Ann Arbor Film Festival, Artist/Filmmaker Sofia Caetano discusses her influences and experience with the Ann Arbor Film Festival. Monday December 17 at 8pm
  • Access Ann Arbor, Local History Comes Alive: Dale Leslie, a local historian, is building a significantly, unique digital library (Youtube.com/WatchmanOfTheTracks) of people and events. He discusses the evolution of his digital filming as an inexpensive, flexible method to archiving family and public events. Monday, December 17 at 7pm
  • Ann Arbor Inclusive, Judy Gardner of NAMI Washtenaw County, Friday December 21 at 4:30 pm


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