The city of Trenton gets the spotlight On the Record & NJDocs + more NJmade programs coming up on NJTV

Posted October 3, 2014

ICYMI: 

NEXT HEALTH TOWN HALL LOOKS AT LIFE AFTER SANDY

THREE NJTV SERIES WIN MID-ATLANTIC EMMY AWARDS 

 

   NJTV NEWS WITH MARY ALICE WILLIAMS 

Weeknights at 6pm, 7:30pm and 11pm

Tonight, news from across the state, including (subject to change):

  • The race for Bergen County Executive between Kathleen Donovan and James Tedesco.
  • A look at the racial makeup between police and the communities they serve.
  • Monmouth County attempts  to cut down on distracted driving.
  • The difference in symptoms of heart attacks between men and women.
  • An interview with NJEA President Wendell Steinhauer regarding state education issues.
  • A new production of Can-Can at Papermill Playhouse in Millburn.

 Click here to watch tonight’s program & get more news at NJTV NEWS online

Jack S. Fanous, Executive Director, The GI Go Fund

ONE ON ONE WITH STEVE ADUBATO

Friday, 10/3 at 7pm & 11:30pm   

A Caucus Educational Corporation Production   

Jack S. Fanous, Executive Director, The GI Go Fund discusses helping military veterans find employment, housing, education and healthcare.

 

NJDOCS: FROM THE ‘BURG TO THE BARRIO

Monday, 10/6 at 10pm

Chambersburg, Trenton  was a well-established working class neighborhood where Italian families lived in close proximity. Today, the ‘Burg still attracts newly-arrived immigrant families, but they are primarily from Latin American countries. This documentary offers a loving portrait of the New Jersey neighborhood in transition, with all of its tensions and contrasts, as differing cultures meet and adapt.

 

Watch other NJDOCS episodes online

ON THE RECORD WITH MICHAEL ARON

Saturday, 10/4 at 6:30pm;Sunday, 10/5 at 10am

On the Record‘s guest host Marie DeNoia Arohnson sits down with Trenton Mayor Eric Jackson to discuss the state of the city and its challenges, from diversifying its police force to constituent morale to employment issues, and what he’s doing to offer  “renewed hope to be the great city we can be”.

Learn more about ON THE RECORD here

CAUCUS: NEW JERSEY

Saturday, 10/4 at 12pm; Sunday, 10/5 at 8:30am

A Caucus Educational Corporation Production  

Tackling Your Finances

Families and individuals face many financial challenges in these uncertain economic times – millennials have staggering student loan debt; Generation X’ers are carrying mortgage and credit card debt; while baby boomers reconsider their retirement plans. Strategies to deal with existing debt, limit future spending and rebuild damaged credit are discussed by this expert panel.

       NEW JERSEY CAPITOL REPORT

 Saturday, 10/4 at 12:30pm & 6pm 

A Caucus Educational Corporation Production   

 Asm. Jon Bramnick (R) – NJ Assembly Minority Leader discusses new legislation to combat violence in New Jersey, the Governor’s proposed pension and health benefit reforms, and taxes in New Jersey.

 

LIFE & LIVING WITH JOANNA GAGIS

Saturday, 10/4 at 2pm

A Caucus Educational Corporation Production   

  Join Joanna Gagis as she goes on-location for 2014 Annual Montclair Film Festival’s opening night with an interview with John Leguizamo of “Chef” and other filmmakers from around the world.

For more information about CAUCUS EDUCATIONAL CORPORATION programming, visit www.SteveAdubato.org

CLASSROOM CLOSE-UP, NJ

Sunday, 10/5 at 7:30am, 12:30pm. & 7:30pm

Meet John Scala, a teacher/planetarium director who loves his job at Lenape Valley Regional High School.  His laugh and love for planets is infectious.  See Irvington High School compete in the Consumer Bowl, watch students from East Orange and Gloucester team up to clean New Jersey beaches, and don’t miss the school museum in New Egypt.

DUE PROCESS

Sunday, 10/5 at 9:30am & 7pm; Tuesday, 10/7 at 11:30pm

DIARY OF A D.A.: Some prosecute, some do defense, some become judges.  The exceptional may make it to the federal bench.  Then there are those who do it all – and more. A rare few even come to be called “legend.”

Former U.S. District Judge Herb Stern is one of those.

Starting as a DA in New York, Stern swiftly rose to be the powerful U.S. Attorney for New Jersey, all less than a decade out of law school, with a string of spectacular cases – from the killing of Malcolm X to mob control of NJ politicians – that made him famous.

To mark the publication of his latest book, “Diary of a DA,” Herb Stern sits down for a candid conversation with Raymond Brown on this edition of “Due Process.”

Learn more about DUE PROCESS here 

 


STATE OF THE ARTS

Sunday, 10/5 at 8pm

State of the Arts NJ  joins the statewide celebration as New Jersey celebrates the 350th anniversary of its founding with a special look at how the arts have contributed to the state’s legacy of liberty, diversity, and innovation.  Television critic David Bianculli shares his favorites from movies and TV shows set in the Garden State. Plus, stories featuring the Roxey Ballet Company, music from the Baroque to the 21st Century at the Raritan River Music Festival, a new illustrated edition of Whitman’s “Song of Myself,” and an artist’s interpretation of one of New Jersey’s most significant Paleolithic finds: the Hadrosaurus.

Watch more STATE OF THE ARTS programs here

WEDNESDAYS ARE NJMADE ON NJTV!

This week, check out these programs with a local angle….


EAT! DRINK! ITALY! WITH VIC RALLO

Wednesday, 10/8 at 8pm

SIMPLE AND FRESH: Amarone Wine Risotto with Pumpkin with chef Maria Cartillone in the Veneto; all about corks with Alessandro Cellai in Sicily.
Hosted by New Jersey restauranteur Vic Rallo. Learn more about the series here.

 

LEGACY OF ACHIEVEMENT: THE ITALIAN AMERICANS

Wednesday, 10/8 at 8:30pm

 Celebrating the contributions of New Jersey’s Italian-American population to its government, culture, education, economy, agriculture and science. Like many who flee poverty and repression in their homeland to seek opportunity in United States, emigrants from Italy brought a strong sense of family, responsibility and loyalty. A doctor, former mayor, nun, engineer, Port Authority director, judge, artist, physicist and actor Joe Piscopo talk about the Italian-American experience.

 

COMING SOON!

DRIVING JERSEY 

Wednesday, 10/15 at 8:30pm  

Premiere! PARADISE BY THE BASEMENT LIGHT

From the basement to the big stage, celebrate the rock sound of the Garden State, its collective past, present and future and the blood, sweat and tears of the personal musical experience.

Producer Steve Rogers interviews Jersey Shore rock legend Bobby Bandiera about his life in music and jamming with Bruce Springsteen and Jon Bon Jovi.

Learn more about DRIVING JERSEY here

 

Photos

Producer Steve Rogers interviews local Jersey Shore rock legend Bobby Bandiera about his life in music and jamming with Bruce Springsteen and Jon Bon Jovi.

NJ restauranteur Vic Rallo hosts Eat! Drink! Italy!

Guest host Marie DeNoia Arohnson interviews Trenton Mayor Eric Jackson for NJTV's On The Record

Lourdes Cortez, Bill Klinger, Michael Drulis, Kim Cole discuss finances on Caucus: New Jersey

(L-R) Steve Adubato, Asm. Jon M. Bramnick and Rafael Pi Roman

John Leguizamo interviewed at the 2014Montclair Film Festival by Joanna Gagis

Chatham-Baroque