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     Updated 7/31/15

NJTV_Carousel_MaryAliceWilliamsV1NJTV NEWS WITH MARY ALICE WILLIAMSWeeknights at 6pm, 7:30pm and 11pm Get the latest headlines and issues from across the state, on air and online.   Tonight’s program includes coverage of these topics and more (subject to change):

·        Senate President Steve Sweeney‘s plan to restructure New Jersey’s debt and improve the pension system

·        Heatwave in the Garden State

·        Backlash over the controversial EMS law that allows Cooper University Hospital to control Advanced Life Support services in Camden

·        Acting Attorney General John Hoffman shares insight on his tenure

·        Baby oysters find their permanent home at Good Luck Point in Barnegat Bay

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



Tonight! Wednesday, 7/29 at 8pm

This episode showcases various organizations that donate their time and energy to making sure individuals are well-fed, such as The Food Bank for NYC, City Harvest, God’s Love We Deliver and City Meals on Wheels.

Celebrity chefs Anthony Bourdain, Daniel Boulud, Marcus Samuelsson, David Burke and Eric Ripert and each group’s executive leadership are interviewed.


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Tonight! Wednesday, 7/29 at 8:30pm

LOST & FOUND:  Producer Steve Rogers traveled the state to discover and tell the stories of three people who have found happiness and purpose in life through their passions…and they’re not at all what you would think.

Learn more about DRIVING JERSEY here



Saturday, 8/1 at 6pm; Sunday 8/2 at 10am

A portrait of Chambersburg and Trenton; neighborhoods in transition, full of tensions and contrasts as differing cultures meet and adapt.

Learn more about NJDOCS here



Millicent Fenwick and SteveONE ON ONE WITH STEVE ADUBATO “Gone But Not Forgotten” Special EditionTonight! Wednesday, 7/29 at 7pm  

A Caucus Educational Corporation Production   

In this special edition of One-on-One with Steve Adubato from the “Gone But Not Forgotten” series, Steve Adubato interviews Congresswoman Millicent Fenwick in 1991, the energetic, colorful figure in favor of civil rights and the women’s movement.


Don’t miss the upcoming two-part program in this special series featuring Former NYC Mayor Ed Koch:

KochThursday, 7/30 at 7pm and Friday, 7/31 at 7pm & 11:30pm

Steve Adubato interviews Former New York City Mayor Ed Koch in 1993. Koch talks about his upbringing, the changes he made during his time in office and a range of issues affecting the tristate area.




Michele Larkin (2)CAUCUS: NEW JERSEY

 Saturday,  8/1 at 12pm; Sunday, 8/2 at 8:30am & 11:30am

  A Caucus Educational Corporation Production    

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Michelle Larkin, Interim Vice President of Program Portfolios at the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, talks with Steve Adubato about the crucial components that go into building a “Culture of Health.”

Meet Mark Mautone, 2015 NJ Teacher of the Year and Pre-K Special Education Teacher at Wallace Elementary School in Hoboken, NJ who shares his passion for education.

Dr. Justin Sambol, Medical Staff President and Chief of the Division of Cardiothoracic Surgery at University Hospital and New Jersey Medical School discusses the mission of the medical school.

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Saturday, 8/1 at 6am, 12:30pm and 5:30pm

  A Caucus Educational Corporation Production   

Jeff Shanker, President of the Limousine Association of New Jersey, discusses the various limousine and taxi laws in New Jersey and the safety concerns involved with UBER drivers who, he claims, have no proper background checks or insurance coverage.

Nancy Blattner, Ph.D., President of Caldwell University, discusses her recent appointment to the College Affordability Study Commission and the role of the commission in addressing the needs of higher education institutions.

Andrew Musick, Director of Taxation & Economic Development at the New Jersey Business & Industry Association, and John Galandak, President of the Commerce Industry Association of New Jersey, discuss Governor Christie’s veto of the millionaires’ tax and it’s impact on New Jersey’s economy and small businesses in the state.


 New Time! Saturday, 8/1 at 2pm; Sunday, 8/2 at 11am

A Caucus Educational Corporation Production    

Joanna Gagis speaks with Jeffrey Zurofsky, Co-Founder & Partner of  ‘wichcraft and Co-host of Bravo TV’s “Best New Restaurant,” about entrepreneurship in the culinary arts.

Liz Zack, Editorial Director of New Jersey Family sits down to discuss the magazine’s most popular features and how its website is becoming a daily destination for parents in New Jersey.

University Hospital’s Liver Transplant Medical Director, Dr. Nikolas Pyrsopoulos, shares ways to prevent liver diseases as well as the process of undergoing a liver transplant.

For more information about CAUCUS EDUCATIONAL CORPORATION programming, visit


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Sunday, 8/2 at 8pm

Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike, the NJSO at Carnegie Hall, and more.

A Bucks County farmhouse is the setting for Christopher Durang’s new comedy starring Sigourney Weaver, David Hyde Pierce, and Kristine Nielsen. State of the Arts visits the playwright in his own Bucks County farmhouse, and talks to Hyde Pierce and Nielsen about Durang, who is also their longtime friend. The play premiered at the McCarter Theatre in Princeton before moving on to Lincoln Center.

Learn more about STATE OF THE ARTS here



Sunday, 8/2 at 9:30am and 7pm; Tuesday, 8/4 at 11:30pm

Falsely Imprisoned: The McCallum Case

Innocent men and women convicted and imprisoned.  The estimates range from 2 to 10 per cent of everyone locked up.  In a country that puts millions behind bars, that’s tens of thousands, maybe hundreds of thousands, falsely imprisoned.
That stat is shocking, but the horror really sets in when you come face to face with the innocent people behind those numbers, and none more than David McCallum, who lost nearly two-thirds of his life to a crime he did not commit.


On this edition of Due Process, David’s tragic story and its happy ending – long overdue.  It took a virtual village of lawyers and supporters, including Rutgers Law Prof. Laura Cohen and the students in her Criminal and Youth Justice Clinic, to finally win his freedom.
In the studio: Cohen joins Ryan Haygood, president of the New Jersey Institute for Social Justice, in discussing the many troubling issues raised by David’s case: issues of juvenile justice, coerced confessions, false imprisonment, inadequate legal counsel, exoneration and re-entry.

Learn more about DUE PROCESS here