Sunday, May 20 at 8pm
- Meet Jacques Lacombe, the young music director of the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra; drop in on the traveling production of “Les Misérables” at the Paper Mill Playhouse; and visit with artist Will Barnet as he celebrates his 100th birthday with exhibitions of new work from his long and varied career.
Saturday, May 19 at 2pm; Sunday, May 20 at 10am
- This week’s guest: Republican U.S. Senate Candidate Joe Kyrillos
Saturday, May 19 at 5:30pm; Sunday, May 20 at 9am
This week’s panel: Charles Stile/The Record, Michael Symons/NJ Press Media, Terrence Dopp/Bloomberg News and Matt Friedman/Star-Ledger
NEXT WEEK ON NJTV
Live! NEW JERSEY STATE BUDGET HEARINGS
Wednesday, May 23rd starting at 10am (time subject to change)
NJTV’s Special Report live coverage of the budget hearings continues with today’s Assembly hearings with the Office of Legislative Services and the Treasurer.
Read more about the debate coverage here
New! DRIVING JERSEY: Rockit!
Premieres Wednesday, May 23rd at 10:30pm
In a former barber shop, in the shadow of the Count Basie Theatre in Red Bank, something special is happening…you can hear it from a block away. It’s the sound of rock n’ roll. It draws you in. Almost everyone who stops to peer in through the window blinds assumes it is a warm up for whatever a-list rocker or rock band is playing at the famed venue next door. But it’s actually music being played by kids…just old enough to and drum and wail their coming-of-age angst and inspiration. Meet the young musicians of the Rockit school of music created by Middletown’s Bruce Gallipani, who dedicates himself to cultivating these performers of the future.
Find out more about Driving Jersey here
Now Online: BATTLE FOR THE 9TH: PASCRELL/ROTHMAN DEBATE
If you missed Monday’s live broadcast of the 9th Congressional District Democratic Primary Debate between U.S. Rep. Steven R. Rothman
and U.S. Rep. William J. Pascrell Jr.,
cosponsored by The Record
and Herald News
at Montclair State University, watch it online now
Click here to find out where you can watch NJTV