CONTINUING RNC COVERAGE, NEW “DUE PROCESS”, A “DRIVING JERSEY” FAVORITE & MORE ON NJTV

Posted 7/20/16

 

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NJTV NEWS WITH MARY ALICE WILLIAMS Weeknights at 6pm, 7:30pm & 11pm

Tune in for the latest headlines from across New Jersey.

Catch up on more news at NJTVnews.org

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CHECK OUT NJTV NEWS’ TUMBLR PAGE FOR THE LATEST ON-SITE UPDATES FROM THE REPUBLICAN NATIONAL CONVENTION IN CLEVELAND

Stayed tuned for real-time coverage of the DNC from Philadelphia next week!

 

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DRIVING JERSEY

Tonight! 8pm

A special rebroadcast of This Boardwalk Life explores the boardwalk life in Seaside over the period of one year following Hurricane Sandy.  Producer Steve Rogers first went to the shore town one week after Sandy hit and completed his film with a bittersweet visit in late July. Watch previous episodes here

 

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DRIVE BY HISTORY

Tonight! 8:30pm

Hosts Ken Magos and Cindy Perman not only stop and read roadside signs but with the help of staff historian Anthony Bernard, delve deeper into the history, uncovering rare details about a location, person, or event.

In this episode, Seeing Eye Inc. (Morristown) & Tory Corner (West Orange), learn how a keen interest in dogs and an impassioned plea from a daring young man sparked an idea that blossomed in Morristown and later changed the lives of millions. Then learn who gathered at Tory Corner in 18th century West Orange. Why were they convinced that Ben Franklin and independence from England would ruin our nation?

Learn more about Drive By History here

 

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ON THE TRAIL WITH MIKE SCHNEIDER

Tonight! 10:30pm

Emmy award-winning journalist Mike Schneider hikes New Jersey’s wild places, finding flora, fauna, environmental debates and personal stories along the way.

Learn more about On The Trail here

 

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ONE-ON-ONE WITH STEVE ADUBATO

Friday, 7/22 at 7pm & 11:30pm

A Caucus Educational Corporation program

Fox 5’s Good Day New York co-host, Greg Kelly, is a former marine who explains his journey from fighter pilot to broadcast journalist.

 

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CAUCUS: NEW JERSEY

Sunday, 7/23 at 12pm and Sunday, 7/24 at 8:30am & 11:30am

A Caucus Educational Corporation program

Improving Access to Mental Health Services

Steve Adubato leads a panel of healthcare experts addressing the lack of mental health service providers and the stigma related to mental illness. The panel also examines new programs integrating behavioral health with primary care for schools, veterans and the homeless.

 

 

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NEW JERSEY CAPITOL REPORT

Saturday, 7/23 6am, 12:30pm and 5:30pm and Sunday, 7/24 8am and 12pm

A Caucus Educational Corporation program

David Sciarra, Executive Director at the Education Law Center, talks about Gov. Christie’s publc education “Fairness Formula” and the impact it will have on the New Jersey public school system.

 

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LIFE & LIVING WITH JOANNA GAGIS

Saturday, 7/23 at 2pm and Sunday, 7/24 at 11am

A Caucus Educational Corporation program

Jennifer Leah Gottlieb discusses her work as a Broadway actress, as host of VH1’s “That’s Metal Show” and her current role as celebrity fitness and nutrition expert helping people love their bodies and find healthy alternatives to their favorite foods.

 

For more information about Caucus Educational Corporation programming, visit

SteveAdubato.org 

 

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CLASSROOM CLOSE-UP, NJ

Sunday, 7/24 at 7:30am, 12:30pm & 7:30pm

What happens when nearly 100 first graders from New Egypt Primary School visit the Philadelphia Museum of Art? Creativity is unleashed! See how students find out what it means to be a master in a “Masterpiece Quest”! Also head to West Milford Township High School to highlight “Boxes for Birds” and swing by the epic S.T.E.M. League Competition hosted by Northern Highlands Regional.

Learn more about Classroom Close-Up, NJ here

 

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DUE PROCESS

Sunday, 7/24 at 9:30am & 7pm and Tuesday, 7/26 at 11:30pm

New episode! Khalil Gibran Muhammad, scholar, author and great-grandson of Nation of Islam founder Elijah Muhammad.  He earned his PhD at Rutgers, but his national reputation grew as president at New York’s Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture. Now the author of the prize-winning “Condemnation of Blackness: Race, Crime and the Making of Modern Urban America” is returning to the academic life as a tenured professor at Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government.   In this episode, a wide-ranging interview with Khalil with topics from the historic criminalization of black men to the modern bias in urban policing, from the legacy of his great-grandfather to the need for ongoing reform.

Watch previous episodes here

 

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STATE OF THE ARTS

Sunday, 7/24 at 8pm

Cuba in Red Bank, The Shape of Light at the Newark Museum, Photographer Aubrey Kauffman, and Playin’ Around South Orange

Two River Theater’s Crossing Borders Festival brought Cuban and Cuban American playwrights to Red Bank for a five-day celebration of new plays. Artistic director John Dias and playwright Rogelio Martinez share what the opening of Cuba means to its artists. Plus, pianos spring up on street corners in South Orange, artist Gabriel Dawe spins a mind-bending web of light in the Newark Museum, and photographer Aubrey Kauffman transforms everyday scenes with his mysterious compositions.

Watch previous episodes here

 

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