What’s On: CTN Programming schedule for week of May 19

 

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

  • LIVE City Council Meeting, Monday, May 20 at 7pm
  • LIVE Park Advisory Commission, Tuesday, May 21 at 4 pm
  • LIVE Planning Commission Meeting, Tuesday, May 21 at 7pm
  • LIVE Zoning Board of Appeals, Wednesday, May 22 at 6pm
  • LIVE Environmental Commission Meeting, Thursday, May 23 at 7pm

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


Comcast Channel 17

  • Michigan’s WWI Centennial News Report, Soldiers returning home following the end of WWI., Sunday, 5/19 at 6 PM
  • A2 Insight, James Trost interviews Bridget McCormack, Chief Justice of the Michigan Supreme Court, on this program that features issues relevant to the Ann Arbor community, Sunday, 5/19 at 8:30 PM
  • Teens Using Drugs, Part I: What to Know, presented by Dawn Farm, Wednesday, 5/22 at 8:30 PM

Comcast Channel 18

  • Saturday Morning Physics, Searching for Dark Matters with Antimatter, Sunday, 5/19 at 12 PM
  • AADL Presents, How Faith Communities Can Change the World One Meal at a Time presented by the AADL & ICPJ, Sunday, 5/19 at 7:30 PM
  • AAPS Superintendent’s Report: May 2019 #1, Monday, 5/20 at 6 PM
  • AAPS 2019-20 Budget Update, Part V, Monday, 5/20 at 6:15 PM
  • AAPS 2019 Bond Update, Monday, 5/20 at 6:31 PM
  • 2019 Teacher Appreciation Week, Monday, 5/20 at 7:05 PM
  • 2019 Michigan School Nurse of the Year Award: Karen Odette, Monday, 5/20 at 7:10 PM
  • 2019 Annual AAPS Testing for Lead in Drinking Water Program Report, Monday, 5/20 at 7:15 PM
  • UCTV: Health and Medicine, What’s New with Diabetes Technology in 2019?; Future Thought Leaders Series: Climate Change: What Is Means for Our Agriculture & Our Health, Monday, 5/20 at 8 PM
  • UCTV: Med Ed Hour, Developmental Disabilities Update: Moving Toward More Positive Interactions Between Police Officers and Persons with Disabilities, Tuesday, 5/21 at 3 PM
  • UCTV: Med Ed Hour, Developmental Disabilities Update: Advances in Targeted Treatments in Fragile X Syndrome and Autism, Wednesday, 5/22 at 3 PM
  • LIVE: Ann Arbor Board of Education, Wednesday, 5/22 at 7 PM
  • America’s History in the Making Marathon, The complete series of 16 half-hour programs featuring the history of the U.S. from the pre-colonial era through the beginning of the 21st century, Saturday, 5/25  4 PM-12 AM
  • TravelTelevision.org, featured is the Joplin, Missouri tornado of 2011, a category 5 storm, that killed 158 people and was the costliest tornado on record.  It became one of the early events to appear on social media and it initiated one of the first opportunities to recruit volunteers for disaster response, Sunday, 5/19 at 7 PM

Comcast Channel 19

  • *New* Citizens Commission on Human Rights – Dangers of psychiatric marketing and drugs, Sunday, May 19 at 12pm
  • *NEW*Hollywood Makeover. Each show interviews a person or persons who are presently working in the film making or media broadcasting industry.The individual shows cover such subjects as: lighting for a film, choosing the right camera for a film, mixing and editing music for a broadcast project, working with actors and actresses, choosing the right location, supplying food for your cast and crew, picking out costumes for characters and distributing your independent film project, Monday, May 20 at 3pm

 

View full program schedules at CTN Schedules

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