​​Time Warner Cable Syracuse Div.
Program Schedule
Channel 13

​Date/Time

Monday, 2/13/2017
 8:00 am Democracy Now, Episode 661
9:00 am What Matters at the Round Table, Episode 210
1:00 pm Homemade Jams: Uma Galera, Episode 646
2016 (26th) GrassRoots Festival of Music and Dance, Trumansburg, NY, July 22,
2016.
1:44 pm Homemade Jams: Joe Discroll & Sakou Koyote, Episode 573
5:00 pm Democracy Now, Episode 661
6:00 pm Road to Recovery: 2016 Showcase, Episode 7
6:30 pm PEGASYS Presents: "My Children, My Africa!", Episode 66
Preview of the Civic Ensemble's presentation of this thought-provoking play.
7:00 pm Perils of Pedestrians, Episode 186
7:30 pm Political Point Magazine, Episode 255
8:30 pm Over the Shoulder: Dreaming of Timbuctoo - Symposium, Episode 173
1846 abolitionist project in which 3,000 African American men each received 40 acres
of Adirondack land.
9:30 pm Over the Shoulder: Dreaming of Timbuctoo - Q&A, Episode 174
10:00 pm Other Voices, Other Choices: Oren Lyons at ArtRage, Episode 72
Oren Lyons is a member of the Onondaga and Seneca nations of the Iroquois
Confederacy.
11:00 pm Political Point Magazine, Episode 255

​Tuesday, 2/14/2017

​8:00 am Democracy Now, Episode 662
11:00 am PEGASYS Presents: "My Children, My Africa!", Episode 66
Preview of the Civic Ensemble's presentation of this thought-provoking play.
12:00 pm Walk in the Park: Icy Upper Treman, Episode 159
3:00 pm Homemade Jams: Jimkata / A Tribe Called Red
Local musicians in live performance at local venues.
5:00 pm Democracy Now, Episode 662
6:00 pm PEGASYS Presents: "My Children, My Africa!", Episode 66
Preview of the Civic Ensemble's presentation of this thought-provoking play.
6:30 pm Hour for Christ, Episode 1189
7:00 pm Ithaca DSA Presents, Episode 752
7:30 pm What Matters at the Round Table, Episode 211
8:00 pm Walk in the Park: Icy Upper Treman, Episode 159
9:00 pm Over the Shoulder: Sojourner Truth - Writing the Life of a Legend, Episode 100
Author and history professor Margaret Washington discusses her book "Sojourner
Tryth's America" at the History Center.

​Wednesday, 2/15/2017

​8:00 am Democracy Now, Episode 663
1:30 pm Over the Shoulder: Sojourner Truth - Writing the Life of a Legend, Episode 100
Author and history professor Margaret Washington discusses her book "Sojourner
Truth's America" at the History Center.
2:30 pm Perils of Pedestrians, Episode 186
5:00 pm Democracy Now, Episode 663
6:00 pm Other Voices, Other Choices: Burning Books, Episode 73
Leslie James Pickering - On the FBI Frame-up Attempt Against Burning Books.
7:00 pm MLK Day Ithaca: Prison Reform, Episode 18
Professor Harold Dean Trulear spoke on prison reform at the MLK celebration at
BJM School on 1/16/17.
7:30 pm PEGASYS Presents: "My Children, My Africa!", Episode 66
Preview of the Civic Ensemble's presentation of this thought-provoking play.
8:00 pm Political Point Magazine, Episode 255
9:00 pm What Matters at the Round Table, Episode 211
9:30 pm Homemade Jams: Jimkata / A Tribe Called Red
Local musicians in live performance at local venues.

​Thursday, 2/16/2017

​8:00 am Democracy Now, Episode 664
10:30 am What Matters at the Round Table, Episode 211
11:00 am Over the Shoulder: Sojourner Truth - Writing the Life of a Legend, Episode 100
Author and history professor Margaret Washington discusses her book "Sojourner
Truth's America" at the History Center.
12:00 pm PEGASYS Presents: "My Children, My Africa!", Episode 66
Preview of the Civic Ensemble's presentation of this thought-provoking play.
5:00 pm Democracy Now, Episode 664
7:30 pm Hour for Christ, Episode 1189
9:00 pm Walk in the Park
10:00 pm Road to Recovery: 2016 Showcase, Episode 7
11:00 pm Ithaca DSA Presents, Episode 752

​Friday, 2/17/2017

​12:30 am Homemade Jams: Jimkata / A Tribe Called Red
Local musicians in live performance at local venues.
8:00 am Democracy Now, Episode 665
11:00 am Perils of Pedestrians, Episode 186
3:00 pm Hour for Christ, Episode 1189
4:00 pm The Human Rights and Social Justice Program w/ Ute & Chantal
Human rights and social justice issues of interest to our community.
5:00 pm Democracy Now, Episode 665
6:00 pm PEGASYS Presents: "My Children, My Africa!", Episode 66
Preview of the Civic Ensemble's presentation of this thought-provoking play.

​Saturday, 2/18/2017

​10:00 am Walk in the Park
11:00 am PEGASYS Presents: Cornell Cinema, Episode 67
Guest Douglas McLaren from Cornell Cinema discusses what's new - including the
new 3D screen!
3:00 pm Political Point Magazine, Episode 255
4:00 pm Homemade Jams: Jimkata / A Tribe Called Red
Local musicians in live performance at local venues.
6:00 pm PEGASYS Presents: Cornell Cinema, Episode 67
Guest Douglas McLaren from Cornell Cinema discusses what's new - including the
new 3D screen!
6:30 pm Perils of Pedestrians, Episode 186
11:00 pm Over the Shoulder: Sojourner Truth - Writing the Life of a Legend, Episode 100
Author and history professor Margaret Washington discusses her book "Sojourner
Truth's America" at the History Center.

​Sunday, 2/19/2017

​9:30 am Hour for Christ, Episode 1189
10:00 am Walk in the Park
12:00 pm Other Voices, Other Choices: Burning Books, Episode 73
Leslie James Pickering - On the FBI Frame-up Attempt Against Burning Books.
1:00 pm History Center: Entrepreneurship in Tompkins County - A Sense of Place, Episode 7
Panel discussion with Gary Woloszyn [Wegmans], Julie Baker [Ursa], Julie Crowley
[Ithaca Coffee], Nick Nickitas [Rosie].
3:30 pm What Matters at the Round Table, Episode 211
6:00 pm History Center: Entrepreneurship in Tompkins County - A Sense of Place, Episode 7
Panel discussion with Gary Woloszyn [Wegmans], Julie Baker [Ursa], Julie Crowley
[Ithaca Coffee], Nick Nickitas [Rosie].
8:00 pm Eckankar: Discover the Mahanta, Episode 472
9:00 pm Other Voices, Other Choices: Burning Books, Episode 73
Leslie James Pickering - On the FBI Frame-up Attempt Against Burning Books.

​Monday, 2/20/2017

​8:00 am Democracy Now, Episode 666
5:00 pm Democracy Now, Episode 666
7:00 pm Perils of Pedestrians, Episode 187
7:30 pm Political Point Magazine, Episode 256
11:00 pm Political Point Magazine, Episode 256

​Tuesday, 2/21/2017

​8:00 am Democracy Now, Episode 667
11:00 am PEGASYS Presents: Cornell Cinema, Episode 67
Guest Douglas McLaren from Cornell Cinema discusses what's new - including the
new 3D screen!
3:00 pm Homemade Jams
Local musicians in live performance at local venues.
5:00 pm Democracy Now, Episode 667
6:00 pm PEGASYS Presents: Cornell Cinema, Episode 67
Guest Douglas McLaren from Cornell Cinema discusses what's new - including the
new 3D screen!
6:30 pm Hour for Christ, Episode 1190
7:00 pm Ithaca DSA Presents, Episode 752
7:30 pm What Matters at the Round Table, Episode 212
8:00 pm Walk in the Park
9:00 pm Over the Shoulder: I Shall Be Heard, Episode 303
Petrina Jackson talks about Cornell University’s Samuel J. May anti-slavery
collection.
9:20 pm Amnesty International Ithaca: Rocky the Road, Episode 539
Segregation and what came after. Interview with Henry Gillet, who grew up in
segregated Southern Arkansas.

​Wednesday, 2/22/2017

​8:00 am Democracy Now, Episode 668
1:30 pm Over the Shoulder: I Shall Be Heard, Episode 303
Petrina Jackson talks about Cornell University’s Samuel J. May anti-slavery
collection.
1:50 pm Amnesty International Ithaca: Rocky the Road, Episode 539
Segregation and what came after. Interview with Henry Gillet, who grew up in
segregated Southern Arkansas.
2:30 pm Perils of Pedestrians, Episode 187
5:00 pm Democracy Now, Episode 668
6:00 pm Other Voices, Other Choices: Burning Books, Episode 73
Leslie James Pickering - On the FBI Frame-up Attempt Against Burning Books.
8:00 pm Political Point Magazine, Episode 256
9:00 pm What Matters at the Round Table, Episode 212
9:30 pm Homemade Jams
Local musicians in live performance at local venues.

​Thursday, 2/23/2017

​8:00 am Democracy Now, Episode 669
10:30 am What Matters at the Round Table, Episode 212
11:00 am Over the Shoulder: I Shall Be Heard, Episode 303
Petrina Jackson talks about Cornell University’s Samuel J. May anti-slavery
collection.
11:20 am Amnesty International Ithaca: Rocky the Road, Episode 539
Segregation and what came after. Interview with Henry Gillet, who grew up in
segregated Southern Arkansas.
5:00 pm Democracy Now, Episode 669
7:30 pm Hour for Christ, Episode 1190
9:00 pm Walk in the Park
10:00 pm Road to Recovery
11:00 pm Ithaca DSA Presents, Episode 752

​Friday, 2/24/2017

​12:30 am Homemade Jams
Local musicians in live performance at local venues.
8:00 am Democracy Now, Episode 670
11:00 am Perils of Pedestrians, Episode 187
3:00 pm Hour for Christ, Episode 1190
4:00 pm The Human Rights and Social Justice Program w/ Ute & Chantal
Human rights and social justice issues of interest to our community.
5:00 pm Democracy Now, Episode 670

​Saturday, 2/25/2017

​10:00 am Walk in the Park
11:00 am PEGASYS Presents: IPEI, Episode 68
Steven Manley, Exec. Director of the Ithaca Public Education Initiative (IPEI)
3:00 pm Political Point Magazine, Episode 256
4:00 pm Homemade Jams
Local musicians in live performance at local venues.
6:00 pm PEGASYS Presents: IPEI, Episode 68
Steven Manley, Exec. Director of the Ithaca Public Education Initiative (IPEI)
6:30 pm Perils of Pedestrians, Episode 187
11:00 pm Over the Shoulder: I Shall Be Heard, Episode 303
Petrina Jackson talks about Cornell University’s Samuel J. May anti-slavery
collection.
11:20 pm Amnesty International Ithaca: Rocky the Road, Episode 539
Segregation and what came after. Interview with Henry Gillet, who grew up in
segregated Southern Arkansas.

​Sunday, 2/26/2017

​9:30 am Hour for Christ, Episode 1190
10:00 am Walk in the Park
12:00 pm Other Voices, Other Choices: Burning Books, Episode 73
Leslie James Pickering - On the FBI Frame-up Attempt Against Burning Books.
1:00 pm History Center: Entrepreneurship in Tompkins County - Maker Space, Episode 8
3:30 pm What Matters at the Round Table, Episode 212
6:00 pm History Center: Entrepreneurship in Tompkins County - Maker Space, Episode 8
8:00 pm Eckankar: "A Giant Hand", Episode 362
Talks by Eckankar's Sri Harold Klemp. Provided by John Finnegan.
9:00 pm Other Voices, Other Choices: Burning Books, Episode 73
Leslie James Pickering - On the FBI Frame-up Attempt Against Burning Books.
Monday, 2/27/2017
8:00 am Democracy Now, Episode 671
5:00 pm Democracy Now, Episode 671
7:00 pm Perils of Pedestrians, Episode 188
7:30 pm Political Point Magazine, Episode 257
11:00 pm Political Point Magazine, Episode 257

​Tuesday, 2/28/2017

​8:00 am Democracy Now, Episode 672
11:00 am PEGASYS Presents: IPEI, Episode 68
Steven Manley, Exec. Director of the Ithaca Public Education Initiative (IPEI)
3:00 pm Homemade Jams
Local musicians in live performance at local venues.
5:00 pm Democracy Now, Episode 672
6:00 pm PEGASYS Presents: IPEI, Episode 68
Steven Manley, Exec. Director of the Ithaca Public Education Initiative (IPEI)
6:30 pm Hour for Christ, Episode 1191
7:00 pm Ithaca DSA Presents, Episode 753
7:30 pm What Matters at the Round Table, Episode 213
8:00 pm Walk in the Park
9:00 pm Over the Shoulder: Reading by Edward Baptist, Episode 246