​Program Schedule
Channel 13

​Date/Time

   Tuesday, August 4
 6:00 am   Center for Medicare Services: Fraud 
 Fraud, Waste and Abuse.
 6:30 am   Perils of Pedestrians 
 7:00 am   The Dividing Line 
 7:30 am   PEGASYS Presents: Better Angels 
 David Kay, workshop mediator for Better Angels, explains how this group guides participents past political divisiveness.
 8:00 am   Eckankar: Travel Tips on the Road to Spiritual Freedom 
 8:30 am   Both Sides of the Bars 
 9:00 am   Spring Writes 2020 Virtual Reading 
 Readings: Jen Tennant, Bob Proehl, Nia Nunn, Emily Sanders Hopkins, Melanie Conroy-Goldman, Yvonne Fisher, Sorayya 
 10:30 am  The Dividing Line 
 11:00 am   Democracy Now 
 12:00 pm   Ithaca Festival 2016: Stone Cold Miracle 
 1:00 pm   Ithaca Festival 2016: Wassa Pan-African Ensemble 
 1:30 pm   Ithaca Festival 2016: Mantra Belly Dancers 
 2:30 pm   Ithaca Festival 2011: Mike Brindisi & NY Rock 
 3:00 pm   Spring Writes 2020 Virtual Reading 
 Readings: Jen Tennant, Bob Proehl, Nia Nunn, Emily Sanders Hopkins, Melanie Conroy-Goldman, Yvonne Fisher, Sorayya 
 4:30 pm   Ithaca Festival 2011: Makepeace Brothers 
 5:00 pm   Democracy Now 
 6:00 pm   Jammin' with Jerry and Judy 
 6:30 pm   Ithaca Murals 
 7:00 pm   Ithaca DSA Presents: Police Issues: Where We Go Next
With host Deirdre Silverman and guest Rene Rojas, Socialogist, Binghamton University. Part 2 of 2.​
  7:30 pm  Era of the Erie: Lock Tide 
 8:00 pm   Perils of Pedestrians 
 8:30 pm   PEGASYS Presents: Community Arts Partnership Pt 1 
 9:00 pm   Over the Shoulder: Danger of Nuclear War 
 Growing Danger of Nuclear War and What We Can Do About It. Ira Helfand. Physicians for Social Responsibility.
 10:00 pm  COVID-19 and Community Health - A Virtual Town Hall 
 Join Dr. Anna Kelles, candidate for NYS Assembly, and 3 experts on community health.
 11:00 pm   Democracy Now 
 
 Wednesday, August 5
 6:00 am   Ithaca Festival 2016: Stone Cold Miracle 
 7:00 am   Ithaca Festival 2016: Wassa Pan-African Ensemble 
 7:30 am   Ithaca Festival 2016: Mantra Belly Dancers 
 8:30 am   Ithaca Festival 2011: Mike Brindisi & NY Rock 
 9:00 am   Spring Writes 2020 Virtual Reading 
 Readings: Jen Tennant, Bob Proehl, Nia Nunn, Emily Sanders Hopkins, Melanie Conroy-Goldman, Yvonne Fisher, Sorayya 
 10:30 am  Ithaca Festival 2011: Makepeace Brothers 
 11:00 am   Democracy Now 
 12:00 pm   Jammin' with Jerry and Judy 
 12:30 pm   Ithaca Murals 
 1:00 pm   Ithaca DSA Presents: Police Issues: Where We Go Next
With host Deirdre Silverman and guest Rene Rojas, Socialogist, Binghamton University. Part 2 of 2.​
 1:30 pm   Era of the Erie: Lock Tide 
 2:00 pm   Perils of Pedestrians 
 2:30 pm   PEGASYS Presents: Community Arts Partnership Pt 1 
 3:00 pm   Over the Shoulder: Danger of Nuclear War 
 Growing Danger of Nuclear War and What We Can Do About It. Ira Helfand. Physicians for Social Responsibility.
 4:00 pm   COVID-19 and Community Health - A Virtual Town Hall 
 Join Dr. Anna Kelles, candidate for NYS Assembly, and 3 experts on community health.
 5:00 pm   Democracy Now 
 9:00 pm   Homemade Jams 
 Local musicians in live performance at local venues.
 11:00 pm  Democracy Now 
 
 Thursday, August 6
 6:00 am   Jammin' with Jerry and Judy 
 6:30 am   Ithaca Murals 
 7:00 am   Ithaca DSA Presents: Police Issues: Where We Go Next
With host Deirdre Silverman and guest Rene Rojas, Socialogist, Binghamton University. Part 2 of 2.​
 7:30 am   Era of the Erie: Lock Tide 
 8:00 am   Perils of Pedestrians 
 8:30 am   PEGASYS Presents: Community Arts Partnership Pt 1 
 9:00 am   Over the Shoulder: Danger of Nuclear War 
 Growing Danger of Nuclear War and What We Can Do About It. Ira Helfand. Physicians for Social Responsibility.
 10:00 am 
 COVID-19 and Community Health - A Virtual Town Hall
 Join Dr. Anna Kelles, candidate for NYS Assembly, and 3 experts on community health.
 11:00 am   Democracy Now 
 3:00 pm   Homemade Jams 
 Local musicians in live performance at local venues.
 5:00 pm   Democracy Now 
 9:00 pm   Walk in the Park: Catherine Valley Waterfalls 
 Catharine Valley in the Finger Lakes is rich with valley-side waterfalls. We visit several.
 9:30 pm   Ithaca DSA Presents: Police Issues: Where We Go Next
With host Deirdre Silverman and guest Rene Rojas, Socialogist, Binghamton University. Part 2 of 2.​
 11:00 pm  Democracy Now 
 
 Friday, August 7
 9:00 am   Homemade Jams 
 Local musicians in live performance at local venues.
 11:00 am  Democracy Now 
 3:00 pm   Walk in the Park: Catherine Valley Waterfalls 
 Catharine Valley in the Finger Lakes is rich with valley-side waterfalls. We visit several.
 3:30 pm Ithaca DSA Presents: Police Issues: Where We Go Next
With host Deirdre Silverman and guest Rene Rojas, Socialogist, Binghamton University. Part 2 of 2.​
 5:00 pm   Democracy Now 
 6:30 pm   PEGASYS Presents: Community Arts Partnership Pt 1 
 8:00 pm   PEGASYS Awards 2020 
 Virtual version of the annual PEGASYS Awards for Cablecasting Excellence in Public and Educational Access Television.
 11:00 pm  Democracy Now 
 
 Saturday, August 8
 9:00 am   Walk in the Park: Catherine Valley Waterfalls 
 Catharine Valley in the Finger Lakes is rich with valley-side waterfalls. We visit several.
 9:30 am Ithaca DSA Presents: Police Issues: Where We Go Next
With host Deirdre Silverman and guest Rene Rojas, Socialogist, Binghamton University. Part 2 of 2.​
 10:30 am  Andy Finkle Draws Monsters 
 11:00 am   Democracy Now 
 12:30 pm   PEGASYS Presents: Community Arts Partnership Pt 1 
 2:00 pm   PEGASYS Awards 2020 
 Virtual version of the annual PEGASYS Awards for Cablecasting Excellence in Public and Educational Access Television.
 6:00 pm   Homemade Jams 
 Local musicians in live performance at local venues.
 10:00 pm  Over the Shoulder: Danger of Nuclear War 
 Growing Danger of Nuclear War and What We Can Do About It. Ira Helfand. Physicians for Social Responsibility.
 
 Sunday, August 9
 12:00 am   Homemade Jams 
 Local musicians in live performance at local venues.
 6:30 am   PEGASYS Presents: Community Arts Partnership Pt 1 
 8:00 am   PEGASYS Awards 2020 
 Virtual version of the annual PEGASYS Awards for Cablecasting Excellence in Public and Educational Access Television.
 12:00 pm  Homemade Jams 
 Local musicians in live performance at local venues.
 4:00 pm   Over the Shoulder: Danger of Nuclear War 
 Growing Danger of Nuclear War and What We Can Do About It. Ira Helfand. Physicians for Social Responsibility.
 6:00 pm   Center for Medicare Services 
 6:30 pm   Perils of Pedestrians 
 7:00 pm   The Jungle's Edge 
 8:00 pm   Eckankar: True Wisdom - The Master's Love 
 8:30 pm   Both Sides of the Bars 
 
 Monday, August 10
 6:00 am   Homemade Jams 
 Local musicians in live performance at local venues.
 10:00 am  Over the Shoulder: Danger of Nuclear War 
 Growing Danger of Nuclear War and What We Can Do About It. Ira Helfand. Physicians for Social Responsibility.
 12:00 pm   Center for Medicare Services 
 12:30 pm   Perils of Pedestrians 
 1:00 pm   The Jungle's Edge 
 2:00 pm   Eckankar: True Wisdom - The Master's Love 
 2:30 pm   Both Sides of the Bars 
 5:00 pm   Democracy Now 
 11:00 pm  Democracy Now 
 
 Tuesday, August 11
 6:00 am   Center for Medicare Services 
 6:30 am   Perils of Pedestrians 
 7:00 am   The Jungle's Edge 
 8:00 am   Eckankar: True Wisdom - The Master's Love 
 8:30 am   Both Sides of the Bars 
 11:00 am  Democracy Now 
 5:00 pm   Democracy Now 
 7:00 pm Ithaca DSA Presents: Police Issues: Where We Go Next
With host Deirdre Silverman and guest Rene Rojas, Socialogist, Binghamton University. Part 2 of 2.​
 8:00 pm   Perils of Pedestrians 
 8:30 pm   PEGASYS Presents 
 9:00 pm   Over the Shoulder: No More Nagazakis 
 Toyokazu Ihara, Nagasaki bombing survivor and Yuki Miyamoto, assoc. Prof. Religious studies, DePaul U. Cornell, 9/28/17.
 11:00 pm  Democracy Now 
 
 Wednesday, August 12
 11:00 am   Democracy Now 
 1:00 pm   Ithaca DSA Presents: Police Issues: Where We Go Next
With host Deirdre Silverman and guest Rene Rojas, Socialogist, Binghamton University. Part 2 of 2.​
 2:00 pm   Perils of Pedestrians 
 2:30 pm   PEGASYS Presents 
 3:00 pm   Over the Shoulder: No More Nagazakis 
 Toyokazu Ihara, Nagasaki bombing survivor and Yuki Miyamoto, assoc. Prof. Religious studies, DePaul U. Cornell, 9/28/17.
 5:00 pm   Democracy Now 
 9:00 pm   Homemade Jams 
 Local musicians in live performance at local venues.
 11:00 pm  Democracy Now 
 
 Thursday, August 13
 7:00 am   Ithaca DSA Presents: Police Issues: Where We Go Next
With host Deirdre Silverman and guest Rene Rojas, Socialogist, Binghamton University. Part 2 of 2.​
 8:00 am   Perils of Pedestrians 
 8:30 am   PEGASYS Presents 
 9:00 am   Over the Shoulder: No More Nagazakis 
 Toyokazu Ihara, Nagasaki bombing survivor and Yuki Miyamoto, assoc. Prof. Religious studies, DePaul U. Cornell, 9/28/17.
 11:00 am  Democracy Now 
 3:00 pm   Homemade Jams 
 Local musicians in live performance at local venues.
 5:00 pm   Democracy Now 
 9:00 pm   Walk in the Park 
 9:30 pm   Ithaca DSA Presents 
 11:00 pm  Democracy Now 
 
 Friday, August 14
 9:00 am   Homemade Jams 
 Local musicians in live performance at local venues.
 11:00 am  Democracy Now 
 3:00 pm   Walk in the Park 
 3:30 pm   Ithaca DSA Presents 
 5:00 pm   Democracy Now 
 6:30 pm   PEGASYS Presents 
 8:00 pm   PEGASYS Awards 2020 
 Virtual version of the annual PEGASYS Awards for Cablecasting Excellence in Public and Educational Access Television.
 11:00 pm  Democracy Now 
 
 Saturday, August 15
 9:00 am   Walk in the Park 
 9:30 am   Ithaca DSA Presents 
 10:30 am  Andy Finkle Draws Monsters 
 11:00 am   Democracy Now 
 12:30 pm   PEGASYS Presents 
 2:00 pm   PEGASYS Awards 2020 
 Virtual version of the annual PEGASYS Awards for Cablecasting Excellence in Public and Educational Access Television.
 6:00 pm   Homemade Jams 
 Local musicians in live performance at local venues.
 10:00 pm   Over the Shoulder: No More Nagazakis 
 Toyokazu Ihara, Nagasaki bombing survivor and Yuki Miyamoto, assoc. Prof. Religious studies, DePaul U. Cornell, 9/28/17.
 
 Sunday, August 16
 12:00 am   Homemade Jams 
 Local musicians in live performance at local venues.
 6:30 am   PEGASYS Presents 
 8:00 am   PEGASYS Awards 2020 
 Virtual version of the annual PEGASYS Awards for Cablecasting Excellence in Public and Educational Access Television.
 12:00 pm  Homemade Jams 
 Local musicians in live performance at local venues.
 4:00 pm   Over the Shoulder: No More Nagazakis 
 Toyokazu Ihara, Nagasaki bombing survivor and Yuki Miyamoto, assoc. Prof. Religious studies, DePaul U. Cornell, 9/28/17.
 6:00 pm   Center for Medicare Services 
 6:30 pm   Perils of Pedestrians 
 7:00 pm   The Legacy for Leadbelly 
 8:00 pm   Eckankar: True Wisdom - Learning from the Past 
 8:30 pm   Both Sides of the Bars