Public affairs, arts & live coverage coming up on NJTV

Updated 1/12/15

  NJTV NEWS WITH MARY ALICE WILLIAMS 

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

NJTV News’ special series of interviews with U.S. Secretary of Homeland Security Jeh Johnson continues tonight, when Johnson joins Mary Alice Williams for a discussion about the structure of the Department of Homeland Security and safety assessments.

Plus get a preview of Tuesday’s State of the State Address and catch up other news from across the Garden State, every weeknight, on-air and online with veteran journalist Mary Alice Williams and a team of local correspondents.

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

 

ONE-ON-ONE WITH STEVE ADUBATO

Friday, 1/9 at 7pm and 11:30pm

A Caucus Educational Corporation Production    

 Evelyn Mejil, Executive Director of the Wynona’s House, discusses the work her organization is doing to support child victims of abuse and violence.

NEW JERSEY CAPITOL REPORT

Saturday, 1/10 at 6am, 12:30pm and 6pm & Sunday, 1/11 at 8am and 12pm

A Caucus Educational Corporation Production   

Thomas A. Bracken, President and CEO, New Jersey Chamber of Commerce breaks down what it will take to stabilize the transportation trust fund and his thoughts about a gas tax.

 Asm. John J. Burzichelli discusses the Assembly passing the “Aid in Dying” bill and its impact.

Cynthia Jay, Chief Marketing Officer, Health Republic discusses how her co-op has evolved due to the Affordable Care Act and the new plans established to assist consumers.

  

CAUCUS: NEW JERSEY

Saturday, 1/10 at 12pm & Sunday 1/11  at 8:30am and 11:30am

Primary Care for Women: A woman’s most precious resources are her time and her health.  The primary care needs for women need to evolve to match the busy, vibrant lives of today’s women.  Women make the decisions for the healthcare needs for the family and often put themselves last. If you’re not caring for yourself well enough, are you hurting the rest of your family? This panel will discuss the steps every woman can take to live a healthier life – mind, body and spirit.

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

 

STATE OF THE ARTS

Sunday, 1/11 at 8pm

 

State of the Arts NJ visits Salem, NJ, where artists Deborah and Mary Waddington reflect on how Quaker traditions and living along the waterfront influence their work.

Collingswood composer Joshua Stamper begins his four-part Elements multi-media series with the first chapter, RIVERS. Using dance, film, and music, Stamper explores Philadelphia and its great rivers, the Schuylkill and the Delaware.
The New Jersey Symphony Orchestra opened the season with McKonkey’s Ferry Concert Overture, by Trenton-born composer George Antheil.

Plus, Molière’s classic School for Wives as set in mid-century France at Two River Theater in Red Bank, and a look at the art of coffee at Rojo’s in Lambertville.

Learn more about STATE OF THE ARTS here

CLASSROOM CLOSE-UP, NJ

Sunday, 1/11 at 7:30am, 12:30pm & 7:30pm

 

4th graders from South Harrison Twp Elementary School are making history come alive!  Talk science with Albert Einstein or artwork with Leonardo Di Vinci. Students invite the community to their school and interact as their historical figure.

 

Learn more about CLASSROOM CLOSE-UP here

DUE PROCESS

Sunday, 1/11 at 9:30am and 7pm 

Complicit: Why, in 1939, was a shipload of German Jews not granted refuge? Why were they turned away by this country?  Why was the SS St. Louis forced back to Europe, where nearly a third of its passengers would be killed in the Holocaust?

Due Process takes a look back at that “Voyage of the Damned,” with a St. Louis survivor, Eva Wiener, and the leaders of the St. Louis Legacy Project. In their documentary, “Complicit: The Untold Story of Why the Roosevelt Administration Denied Safe Haven to Jewish Refugees,” Psychologist

Ruth Ann Kalish and Lawyer Robert Krakow charge FDR with placing politics above compassion. Join us and decide for yourself!

Catch up on previous episodes of DUE PROCESS here

 COMING UP NEXT WEEK ON NJTV:

 

 

STATE OF THE STATE ADDRESS LIVE COVERAGE

Tuesday, 1/13 at 2pm LIVE; 9:30pm Encore

NJTV will broadcast live coverage of Governor Chris Christie’s delivery of the State of the State Address to the 216th Session of the Legislature and to the people of New Jersey on-air and online.  Coverage will coincide with actual proceedings, expected to begin at 2pm.

Livestream embed: https://www.njtvonline.org/news/video/njtv-news-special-report-state-of-the-state-2015/

 

ONE-ON-ONE WITH STEVE ADUBATO

Tuesday, 1/13 & Wednesday, 1/14 at 7pm

A Caucus Educational Corporation Production  

Always interesting and provocative New Jersey Governor Chris Christie talks with Emmy Award-winning broadcaster Steve Adubato about a range of important issues, from NJ’s post-Sandy recovery to the Governor’s opinion about President Obama’s handling of Cuba, to ISIS and more.  The one-hour live program is being re-broadcast over two half hours.

Driving Jersey: I See a Blank Canvas
Wednesday, 1/14 at 8:30pm

 

See how an Old Trenton neighborhood transforms through hope and progress as community organizations and art groups rebuild and inspire change.

 

Learn more about DRIVING JERSEY here

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