Future & Travel for Jan 3 - Jan 9

Future & Travel for Jan 3 - Jan 9

What's new to CCTV? A List of Programs to Check Out This Week!

  • Posted on: 3 January 2022
  • By: Alfonso

All About Cambridge
Tune in on Channel 9

unPlanned: Who Collects Your Trash? There are few city services more essential than trash collection, but who actually does this work? unPlanned hits the streets of Cambridge, Massachusetts to follow a trash truck around and find out exactly who these people are and how hard this work is. And in case you're wondering, the work is really hard. Produced by Sam Seidel.
1 PM on Mon 1/3
7 PM on Tue 1/4, Thurs 1/6
3 PM on Wed 1/5, Fri 1/7

Biking in Cambridge, documentary about the biking culture in Cambridge and the dangers of it. Created by CCTV's June Zip Doc class.
1:30 PM on Mon 1/3, Wed 1/5
7:30 PM on Tue 1/4
2:30 PM on Thurs 1/6
5:30 PM on Fri 1/7

Who Knows, Cambridge? Foodie Edition! A Cambridge Trivia Game Show hosted by Celebrity Chef Tiffani Faison. Produced by CCTV.
2 PM on Mon 1/3, Wed 1/5
3 PM on Tue 1/4, Thurs 1/6
4 PM on Fri 1/7

Stories of Resilience: Pagu Restaurant, an interview about the restaurant and how it was able to overcome the struggles of COVID-19 and the pandemic in general. Produced by CCTV.
5:30 PM on Mon 1/3
3:30 PM on Wed 1/5, Fri 1/7
7:30 PM on Thurs 1/6

Cambridge Community Game Night: Pictionary, on the first episode of CCTV’s activate series, members of CCTV’s Youth Media Program duked it out to find out who was the best at Pictionary! The Activate Series is a monthly staff-led production open to community members. If interested in participating in a future production, email peter@cctvcambridge.org. Produced by CCTV.
4 PM on Mon 1/3
1 PM on Wed 1/5
5 PM on Fri 1/7

Cambridge: Innovation, Growth, and Inequality in a Post-Pandemic World, Cambridge Community Foundation hosted a talk on Wednesday, April 7. CCF shared key findings from their Equity and Innovation Cities: The Case of Cambridge report engaging a diverse panel of experts, and sparking discussions around community action. Produced by the Cambridge Community Foundation.
7:30 PM on Mon 1/3
7:45 PM on Tue 1/4
1 PM on Thurs 1/6
6 PM on Fri 1/7

Cambridge Arts Now & Forever, a benefit concert and multi-disciplinary arts event to raise funds in support of Cambridge's arts and culture sector. This very special event will feature an array of renowned Cambridge artists: Latin music ambassadors Rosi and Brian Amador of Sol y Canto and their daughter, enchanting singer-songwriter Alisa Amador, will performing live in a double bill at the historic and legendary folk venue, Club Passim, as well as beloved spoken word artist Regie Gibson; award-winning actress Debra Wise, creative director of the Underground Railway Theater; and a compelling dance performance from beheard.world, created at The Dance Complex! Join us in supporting the future of the arts in this vulnerable time in our beloved city of Cambridge, Massachusetts. Produced by Passim.
1 PM on Tue 1/4, Fri 1/7
6:30 PM on Wed 1/5

Tune in to Channel 9 from Friday through Sunday and discover CAMBRIDGE during our weekend marathon! Saturday 1/8 from 12 PM-Midnight & Sunday 1/9 from 12-4 PM on CCTV Channel 9.