Highlights of the Week

Sunday, November 12th - Saturday, November 18th

SUNDAY

12:00 A.M. - Classic Art Showcase
Classic arts performances from the world of dance, music, and theater. CAS-200405-037

1:00 A.M. - Classic TV: Sherlock Holmes
The adventures of master detective Sherlock Holmes as he and his assistant, Dr. Watson--and the bumbling Inspector Lestrade--battle criminals in London. This week's episode is “The Case of the Singing Violin” Episode 1. SLH-200607-600

1:30 A.M. - Classic TV: Robin Hood
This classic television series starring Richard Greene tells the tale of the famous Sherwood Forest bandit and his merry men. Today’s episode is “The Borrowed Baby” Episode 3. RBH-200708-016

2:00 A.M. - Classic Art Showcase
Classic arts performances from the world of dance, music, and theater. CAS-200405-038

3:00 A.M. - Billy Westmoreland Fishing Diary
Follow host Billy Westmoreland as he explores the ins and outs of fishing and the great outdoors. BWD-200506-005

3:30 A.M. - Sharing Miracles
Sharing Miracles, hosted by cancer survivor Billy Tauzin, features compelling and inspirational patient health care stories. Today’s show is “Role of a Lifetime”. SMI-200910-002

4:00 A.M. - Movie #298: Kansan
Wounded while stopping the James gang from robbing the local bank, a cowboy wakes up in the hospital to find that he's been elected town marshal. MOV-000000-298

6:00 A.M. - Classic Art Showcase
Classic arts performances from the world of dance, music, and theater. CAS-200405-039

7:00 A.M. - Classic TV: Dragnet
Each week watch another episode of this famous cops and robbers series starring Jack Webb. Today’s title is “Drug Pushing Teen” Episode 2. DRA-200506-003

7:30 A.M. - Classic TV: Sergeant Preston of the Yukon
Each week watch another episode of this adventure series starring Richard Simmons as the turn-of-the-century Canadian Mounted Policeman. Episode 2. SPY-200708-087

8:00 A.M. - Facing History and Ourselves
Facing History and Ourselves: John Shattuck – Author and human rights activist John Shattuck discusses his experiences with the genocide in Rwanda during the time he served under President Clinton as Assistant Secretary of State for Democracy, Human Rights and Labor. FHO-200708-002

9:00 A.M. - Economic Club of Memphis
Dr. Andrew Zimbalist, Professor of Economics at Smith College, looks at the economic and financial challenges faced by college athletic programs. SPE-000000-203

10:00 A.M. - One Hour Local Special: Weapons of Mass Destruction
Sponsored by the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center, this informative documentary examines a variety of modern weapon technology used to fight the war on terrorism. SPE-000000-073

11:00 A.M. - One Hour Local Special: Susan Marshall Firefly
Singer/songwriter Susan Marshall performs with fellow entertainers Reba Russell, William Lee Ellis, Keith Sykes, and talented student soloists at this 2004 benefit concert for the Poplar Pike Playhouse. SPE-000000-066

12:00 P.M. - Crosstalk
Check out this special edition of GHS-TV’s award winning talk show Crosstalk! In this week's edition of Crosstalk, we will talk with some of the new faces in Memphis theater. CRO-201718-003

12:30 P.M. - Red Devil Post Game
Check out the first episode of this year's Emmy award winning student-produced sports show Red Devil Post Game! Hosts Ryan Coleman and Tate Jakobi break down the homecoming game and highlight the students' school spirit. You can also see interviews with the Red Devil's Head Coach Chris Smith and Terence Patterson, honorable former quarterback of the GHS Red Devil football team and Harvard alumnus, 1997 Ivy League Champion, President and CEO of the Downtown Memphis Commission. RPG-201718-001

1:30 P.M. - Let’s Talk Money
Join hosts Kelly Bolton and Harvey Cook as they discuss music companies making a difference in Memphis. LTM-201718-003

2:00 P.M. - Living Well
Join host William Kenley, CEO of Methodist Le Bonheur Germantown Hospital, as he discusses how to manage stress with Dr. Jeff Mullins from Mid-South Family Medicine. LWE-201415-001

2:30 P.M. - Inspiring Leaders
The Exceptional Foundation West Tennessee works to enrich the lives of those among us with intellectual disabilities. Host Donna Chandler Newman speaks with executive director Jo Anne Fusco, former chairman Marla Mounce and parent Eleanor Horton about the mission and impact the Exceptional Foundation West Tennessee has on the community. INS-201718-003

3:00 P.M. - Cable Quiz
Caleb Suggs host the first preliminary round of GHS-TVs annual Cable Quiz in which the Red Team - Justin Franklin, Jasmine Toy, and Bethany Pleas - and the White Team - Balqiss Alattyat, Jia Mei, and Anusha Srinivasen - compete for a place in the final round this year's competition. CQZ-201617-001

3:30 P.M. - The Piano Guy
Scott Houston, public television personality, piano teacher, educator, and professional speaker teaches viewers how to play piano in this Emmy award-winning series. Episode 502. TPG-200910-502

4:00 P.M. - One Hour Local Special: 14th Annual Shakespeare Competition
The final round of the 14th Annual Shakespeare Competition features area high school students. SPE-000000-122

5:00 P.M. - One Hour Local Special: Jerome Lawrence Forum
"Inherit the Wind" playwright Jerome Lawrence holds a seminar at Germantown High School. SPE-000000-154

6:00 P.M. - Half Hour Local Special: Hope for a Brighter Future
Released by Shriners Hospitals for Children, this program tells the inspiring success stories of Leigh Dittman and Garrett Burgess, two children who have overcome physical obstacles with the help of Shriners Hospital. SPE-000000-132

6:30 P.M. - Crosstalk Classic
Join host Michelle Hayes as she interviews Memphis entrepreneur Jack Belz about his achievements on developing downtown of the largest city in the Mid-South. CCR-201112-007

7:00 P.M. - Crosstalk
Check out this special edition of GHS-TV’s award winning talk show Crosstalk! In this week's edition of Crosstalk, we will talk with some of the new faces in Memphis theater. CRO-201718-003

7:30 P.M. - Half Hour Local Special: Listen to the Children
A documentary that presents the views of education leaders on the current school funding system. SPE-000000-136

8:00 P.M. - One Hour Local Special: Spring Band Concert 2011
The Germantown High School Band presents its annual spring concert. SPE-000000-221

9:00 P.M. - One Hour Local Special: Michael Trautman in my Misspent Youth
Pantomime artist Michael Trautman performs his internationally acclaimed one-man show. SPE-000000-006

10:00 P.M. - Movie #299: The Last Song
A riveting drama about a singer who discovers the reason why her husband was murdered. MOV-000000-279


MONDAY

12:00 A.M. - Classic Art Showcase
Classic arts performances from the world of dance, music, and theater. CAS-200405-040

1:00 A.M. - Classic TV: The Lucy Show
Each week watch another episode of this hilarious series starring the queen of comedy Lucille Ball and Gale Gordon. This week's episode is “The Monkey” Episode 2. TLS-200506-004

2:00 A.M. - Just Coolin’
This program features clips of past Jazz greats, live club performances, Acid Jazz videos Neo Soul, interviews and Spoken Word. On this episode of Just Coolin we pay tribute to the highly esteemed jazz pianist Earl "Bud" Powell. Who was one of the most influencial Jazz muscians of all time. JCL-201617-005

3:00 A.M. - Living Well
Join host William Kenley, CEO of Methodist Le Bonheur Germantown Hospital, as he discusses how to manage stress with Dr. Jeff Mullins from Mid-South Family Medicine. LWE-201415-001

3:30 A.M. - Classic TV: Robin Hood
This classic television series starring Richard Greene tells the tale of the famous Sherwood Forest bandit and his merry men. Today’s episode is “BAD” Episode 4. RBH-200708-016

4:00 A.M. - Movie #300: Love on the Dole
During the depression in England, a young lady from Lancashire decides to be a rich bookmaker's mistress, just to help the rest of her unemployed family. MOV-000000-300

6:00 A.M. - Classic Art Showcase
Classic arts performances from the world of dance, music, and theater. CAS-200405-041

7:00 A.M. - Words that Cook
A half-hour of fun-filled entertainment for parents with children from 1-12. Today’s show is titled "Parenting with Children’s Books or Active Learning". Episode 10. WTC-200506-010

7:30 A.M. - National Gallery of Art
National Gallery of Art presents: Edward Vuillard- Episode 25. NGA-201213-029

8:00 A.M. - Eat Well Be Happy
"Eat Well Be Happy" is a cooking show aimed at bringing back the pleasures of the table with fresh, seasonal, colorful ingredients (organic when possible). Debra and Alyssa serve up Egyptian Chicken or Tofu with dukkah, Kelp Noodle Salad, Mango Chia Pudding . EWH-201516-111

8:30 A.M. - Classic TV: One Step Beyond
Watch another episode of this scf-fi thiller starring John Newland: “Goodbye Grandpa” Episode 2. OSB-200506-002

9:00 A.M. - Red Devil Post Game
Check out the first episode of this year's Emmy award winning student-produced sports show Red Devil Post Game! Hosts Ryan Coleman and Tate Jakobi break down the homecoming game and highlight the students' school spirit. You can also see interviews with the Red Devil's Head Coach Chris Smith and Terence Patterson, honorable former quarterback of the GHS Red Devil football team and Harvard alumnus, 1997 Ivy League Champion, President and CEO of the Downtown Memphis Commission. RPG-201718-001

9:30 A.M. - Crosstalk
In this week’s edition of Crosstalk we a take a look at some of the major wars throughout history and how they have affected today. CRO-201718-004

10:00 A.M. – SCS Focus
Every Month on SCS Focus: Conversations with the Superintendent, Supt. Dorsey Hopton and his guests discuss issues and topics that came up at the most recent Shelby County Schools Board meeting. SCF-201718-001

10:30 A.M. - Folklorist
A program exploring both the iconic and lesser known stories that make up our culture. Host John Horrigan explores the story behind one of the greatest pirate captain in history, a nuclear meltdown that was long forgotten, an April Fool's prank that caused hysteria in a small town, and a tragic tale of two lovers who met an untimely end. Also featuring Campfire segments on George Washington, The San Francisco Earthquake of 1906, Dracula, and Houdini. FLK-201617-003

11:30 A.M. - Fast Forward: Contemporary Science Fiction
Episode #280 of Fast Forward: Contemporary Science Fiction features an interview with author Edward M. Lerner. Mr. Lerner talks about his latest novel, InterstellarNet: Enigma, as well as other books in the InterstellarNet series. He discusses his process of writing, and how it has led to several shorter stories, including his Hugo Award nominated "Championship B'tok". Mr. Lerner also talks about the several books he wrote in collaboration with Larry Niven in the Fleet of Worlds series. FFW-201617-280

12:00 P.M. - Movie #301: Trapped
Ted Haley rides to his brother's ranch and finds him dying from a knife wound and names Sol Rothert as his killer. MOV-000000-301

2:00 P.M. - Shelby County Schools Report
On this month's SCSR, we take you inside Middle College High School's dual enrollment program. We'll introduce to a principal who has fostered over 50 children. Germantown High School's Billy Pullen brings literature to life to his students, and see how the program farm to school brings fresh fruits and vegetables to students. SCS-201718-003

2:30 P.M. - Eat Well Be Happy
"Eat Well Be Happy" is a cooking show aimed at bringing back the pleasures of the table with fresh, seasonal, colorful ingredients (organic when possible). Debra and Alyssa serve up Egyptian Chicken or Tofu with dukkah, Kelp Noodle Salad, Mango Chia Pudding. EWH-201516-111

3:00 P.M. - Ernest Chism Speaker Series
Ernest L Chism Speaker Series: Andy Fleming — American film and television director and screenwriter Andy Fleming gives Germantown High School students an insight into the film and television industry. CHS-201617-003

4:00 P.M. - The Piano Guy
Scott Houston, public television personality, piano teacher, educator, and professional speaker teaches viewers how to play piano in this Emmy award-winning series. Episode 503. TPG-200910-503

4:30 P.M. - Classic TV: Robin Hood
This classic television series starring Richard Greene tells the tale of the famous Sherwood Forest bandit and his merry men. Today’s episode is “BAD” Episode 4. RBH-200708-016

5:00 P.M. - Classic Art Showcase
Classic arts performances from the world of dance, music, and theater. CAS-200405-042

6:00 P.M. - Red Devil Post Game
Check out the first episode of this year's Emmy award winning student-produced sports show Red Devil Post Game! Hosts Ryan Coleman and Tate Jakobi break down the homecoming game and highlight the students' school spirit. You can also see interviews with the Red Devil's Head Coach Chris Smith and Terence Patterson, honorable former quarterback of the GHS Red Devil football team and Harvard alumnus, 1997 Ivy League Champion, President and CEO of the Downtown Memphis Commission. RPG-201718-001

6:30 P.M. - Classic TV: The Lucy Show
Each week watch another episode of this hilarious series starring the queen of comedy Lucille Ball and Gale Gordon. This week's episode is “Lucy and Phil Silvers” Episode 1. TLS-200506-003

7:00 P.M. - Crosstalk
In this week’s edition of Crosstalk we a take a look at some of the major wars throughout history and how they have affected today. CRO-201718-004

7:30 P.M. - Folklorist
A program exploring both the iconic and lesser known stories that make up our culture. Host John Horrigan explores the story behind one of the greatest pirate captain in history, a nuclear meltdown that was long forgotten, an April Fool's prank that caused hysteria in a small town, and a tragic tale of two lovers who met an untimely end. Also featuring Campfire segments on George Washington, The San Francisco Earthquake of 1906, Dracula, and Houdini. FLK-201617-003

*8:00 P.M. – Half hour Local Special: Don’t be Blind to Diabetes An informational program on diabetes prevention. SPE-000000-085 *

8:30 P.M. – SCS Focus
Every Month on SCS Focus: Conversations with the Superintendent, Supt. Dorsey Hopton and his guests discuss issues and topics that came up at the most recent Shelby County Schools Board meeting. SCF-201718-001

9:00 P.M. - Just Coolin’
* This program features clips of past Jazz greats, live club performances, Acid Jazz videos Neo Soul, interviews and Spoken Word. On this episode of Just Coolin we pay tribute to the highly esteemed jazz pianist Earl "Bud" Powell. Who was one of the most influencial Jazz muscians of all time. JCL-201617-005

10:00 P.M. - Movie #302: Anatomy of an Illness
Ed Asner stars as Saturday Review editor Norman Cousins in this made-for-TV biopic. MOV-000000-302


tuesday

12:00 A.M. - Classic Art Showcase
Classic arts performances from the world of dance, music, and theater. CAS-200405-043

1:00 A.M. - Classic TV: Bonanza
Join the Cartwrights for an exciting tale straight from their ranch, the Ponderosa. This classic western series stars Lorne Greene and Pernel Roberts. This week’s title is “Thee Gunman" Episode 1. BON-200506-119

2:00 A.M. - Crosstalk
In this week’s edition of Crosstalk we a take a look at some of the major wars throughout history and how they have affected today. CRO-201718-004

2:30 A.M. - Inspiring Leaders
The Exceptional Foundation West Tennessee works to enrich the lives of those among us with intellectual disabilities. Host Donna Chandler Newman speaks with executive director Jo Anne Fusco, former chairman Marla Mounce and parent Eleanor Horton about the mission and impact the Exceptional Foundation West Tennessee has on the community. INS-201718-003 INS-201718-002

3:00 A.M. – One hour Special: 100 Visions
This documentary chronicles the cultural exchange between Germantown High School and the Moscow International Film School. SPE-000000-015

4:00 A.M. - Movie #303: We Dive at Dawn
All leave is canceled so that a British submarine can be sent after a new German warship. They chase it so far that they have no fuel to get home. MOV-000000-303

6:00 A.M. - Classic Art Showcase
Classic arts performances from the world of dance, music, and theater. CAS-200405-044

7:00 A.M. - Garage with Steve Butler
Steve Butler takes you into his garage to show you how to make fun projects without expensive shop tools. This episode will feature Steve creating “Halving Twins.” Episode Number 8. GAR-201112-008

7:30 A.M. - NASA 360
NASA 360/Destination Tomorrow: Bringing the Future into Focus is an informative program exploring NASA's current aeronautical research and development programs. Episode 13. NDT-200910-013

8:00 A.M. - Conscious Living
This program highlights the best in sustainable lifestyles, spirituality, natural health, veg cuisine, yoga, luxury green travel and eco-fashion.. CLV-201617-008

8:30 A.M. - Drawing with Mark
Join illustrator Mark Marderosian as he hosts this innovative children series that combines learning, live action and animation for all ages! This episode is titled “The Zoo” Episode 4. DWM-201112-004

9:00 A.M. - Living Well
Join host William Kenley, CEO of Methodist Le Bonheur Germantown Hospital, as he discusses how to manage stress with Dr. Jeff Mullins from Mid-South Family Medicine. LWE-201415-001

9:30 A.M. - Inspiring Leaders
The Exceptional Foundation West Tennessee works to enrich the lives of those among us with intellectual disabilities. Host Donna Chandler Newman speaks with executive director Jo Anne Fusco, former chairman Marla Mounce and parent Eleanor Horton about the mission and impact the Exceptional Foundation West Tennessee has on the community. INS-201718-003 INS-201718-002

10:00 A.M. - One Hour Local Special: Pink Slips or Greenbacks
A look at how the development of the computer industry has affected employment in the United States. SPE-000000-058*

11:00 A.M. - Economic Club of Memphis
Dr. Loren Scott, President and founder of Loren C. Scott & Associates, Inc., addresses issues such as oil economic forecasting and the future health of the Gulf states' economy. SPE-000000-200

12:00 P.M. - Movie #304: The Great Mike
A youngster persuades some heavy rollers to run his horse in a race. MOV-000000-304

2:00 P.M. - Half Hour Local Special: Korean Connection
Join reporter Gail McCabe as she journeys to Korea to visit with senior leaders of the United States and Korean armies. SPE-000000-241

2:30 P.M. - Fast Forward: Contemporary Science Fiction
In episode 289 of Fast Forward: Contemporary Science Fiction, author Kim Stanley Robinson discusses his novels 2312 and Aurora. He talks about his treatment of the themes of serious ecological problems on Earth and humanity attempting to expand across the solar system (and beyond). Mr. Robinson also talks about what his 2016 Robert A. Heinlein award means to him, and offers a brief mention of his next book, New York 2140. FFW-201617-289

3:00 P.M. - Conscious Living
This program highlights the best in sustainable lifestyles, spirituality, natural health, veg cuisine, yoga, luxury green travel and eco-fashion. CLV-201617-008

3:30 P.M. - Garage with Steve Butler
Steve Butler takes you into his garage to show you how to make fun projects without expensive shop tools. This episode will feature Steve creating “Halving Twins.” Episode Number 8. GAR-201112-008

4:00 P.M. - Eat Well Be Happy
"Eat Well Be Happy" is a cooking show aimed at bringing back the pleasures of the table with fresh, seasonal, colorful ingredients (organic when possible). Debra and Alyssa are hard at work, bringing you Cannellini Yellow Bean Salad, Quinoa, Tomato Beet Salad with Sumac . Episode 112. EWH-201516-112

4:30 P.M. - Classic TV: Sherlock Holmes
The adventures of master detective Sherlock Holmes as he and his assistant, Dr. Watson--and the bumbling Inspector Lestrade--battle criminals in London. This week's episode is "The Case of the Greystone Inscription” Episode 2. SLH-200607-600

5:00 P.M. - Classic Art Showcase
Classic arts performances from the world of dance, music, and theater. CAS-200405-045

6:00 P.M. - Living Well
Join host William Kenley, CEO of Methodist Le Bonheur Germantown Hospital, as he discusses how to manage stress with Dr. Jeff Mullins from Mid-South Family Medicine. LWE-201415-001

6:30 P.M. - Inspiring Leaders
The Exceptional Foundation West Tennessee works to enrich the lives of those among us with intellectual disabilities. Host Donna Chandler Newman speaks with executive director Jo Anne Fusco, former chairman Marla Mounce and parent Eleanor Horton about the mission and impact the Exceptional Foundation West Tennessee has on the community. INS-201718-003 INS-201718-002

7:00 P.M. - Classic TV: Bonanza
Join the Cartwrights for an exciting tale straight from their ranch, the Ponderosa. This classic western series stars Lorne Greene and Pernel Roberts. This week’s title is “The Gunman" Episode 1. BON-200506-119

8:00 P.M. - One Hour National Special: Everyday Heroes
Documentary on the rescue and recovery efforts that took place at the Pentagon and the World Trade Center on September 11th, 2001. SPE-000000-014

9:00 P.M. - One Hour Local Special: East Africa
This documentary examines the path of privatization and political reform undertaken by Zambia, Tanzania, and Uganda as they attempt to overcome the debilitating legacy of central planning. SPE-000000-025

10:00 P.M. - Movie #305: Portland Expose
A tavern owner in Portland, Oregon gets involved in a struggle for power between two gangs attempting to control the unions. When his young daughter is attacked by one of the gangsters, he joins the faction fighting against the syndicate. MOV-000000-305


12:00 A.M. - Classic Art Showcase
Classic arts performances from the world of dance, music, and theater. CAS-200405-046

1:00 A.M. - Thrive
THRIVE is a talk show that provides useful and insightful information about living with cancer.TVE-200708-003

1:30 A.M. - Kids-a-Cookin’
Follow Host Karen Arnold as she leads school-age children step-by-step in preparing nutritious, delicious and fun recipes. Today’s episode is “Fruit” Episode 23. KAC-200910-023

2:00 A.M. - Classic Art Showcase
Classic arts performances from the world of dance, music, and theater. CAS-200405-047

3:00 A.M. - Half Hour National Special: Secrets to Sing… Songs to Keep
This documentary examines the musical careers of Germantown High School alumni Ted Horrell and Jeff Capps and features selections from their folk rock band, the Central Standards. SPE-000000-109

3:30 A.M. - Crosstalk Classic
Join host Bath Hoag as she interviews famous Austrian Filmmaker Hubert Sauper about his recent documentary. CCR-201617-001

4:00 A.M. - Movie #306: Railroaded
Clara Calhoun connives with her boyfriend, mob collector Duke Martin, to stage a robbery of the day's take. But the caper turns violent; a cop and Duke's partner are shot; and Duke arranges for innocent Steve Ryan, owner of the car they stole, to be framed. MOV-000000-306

6:00 A.M. - Classic Art Showcase
Classic arts performances from the world of dance, music, and theater. CAS-200405-048

7:00 A.M. - Sharing Miracles
Sharing Miracles, hosted by cancer survivor Billy Tauzin, features compelling and inspirational patient health care stories. Today’s show “Full Court Press” highlights the health crisis faced by NBA Hall of Fame star Dominique Wilkins. Episode 14. SMI-200809-018

7:30 A.M. - National Gallery of Art
National Gallery of Art presents: Henri Rousseau: Jungles in Paris - This film considers Rousseau’s works in the context of France’s fascination with the exotic during the nation’s colonial expansion in the late nineteenth century. Episode 27. NGA-201213-031

8:00 A.M. - Classic TV: Long Ranger
Watch another episode of this famous western series starring Clayton Moore as the masked hero and Jay Silverheels as Tonto. TLR-201617-008

8:30 A.M. - Classic TV: One Step Beyond
Watch another episode of this scf-fi thiller starring John Newland: “Goodbye Grandpa” Episode 2. OSB-200506-002

9:00 A.M. - Children’s Play: The Chronicles of Sleeping Beauty: The Frog, The Prince, and the Cocoa Bean Attic
Germantown High School students perform an original one-act play that puts a contemporary twist on the timeless children's tale, Sleeping Beauty. SPE-000000-172

10:00 A.M. - Cable Quiz
Caleb Suggs hosts the second preliminary round of GHS-TV’s annual Cable Quiz. The red team - Hannah Everhart, Christian Snipes, and Long Trvong - and the white team - Saba Rohani, Nikhil Salian, and Noah Sims - compete for a place in the final of this year’s competition. CQZ-201617-002

10:30 A.M. - Let’s Talk Money
Join hosts Kelly Bolton and Harvey Cook as they discuss music companies making a difference in Memphis. LTM-201718-003

11:00 A.M. - Songspeak Conversations on the Art and Craft of Songwriting
How one becomes a songwriter, tips for being a successful songwriter in the music industry with Cliff Downs. Episode 12. SPK-201617-012

12:00 P.M. - Movie #307: Tim
Tim is a young man with below average intelligence. He works as a builder's laborer, and is often taken advantage of by his fellow workers and other people. MOV-000000-307

2:00 P.M. - Shelby County Schools Report
On this month's SCSR, we take you inside Middle College High School's dual enrollment program. We'll introduce to a principal who has fostered over 50 children. Germantown High School's Billy Pullen brings literature to life to his students, and see how the program farm to school brings fresh fruits and vegetables to students. SCS-201718-003

2:30 P.M. - Facing History and Ourselves
Facing History and Ourselves: Terrence Roberts – Terrence Roberts, one of the Central High Little Rock Nine students, shares his experiences about the 1957 Arkansas school integration crisis, as well as his thoughts on today’s human rights struggle. Episode 21. FHO-200708-016

3:30 P.M. - One Hour Local Special: 2006 Spring Choral Concert
The Germantown High School Chamber Chorale presents its annual spring concert. SPE-000000-125

4:30 P.M. - Classic TV: The Beverly Hillbillies
Each weekend join the Clampetts for down-home fun. The show stars Buddy Ebsen and Irene Ryan. This week’s episode is titled “Jed’s Dilemma” Episode 5. BVH-200506-005

5:00 P.M. - Classic Art Showcase
Classic arts performances from the world of dance, music, and theater. CAS-200405-050

6:00 P.M. - Crosstalk Classic
Join host Bath Hoag as she interviews famous Austrian Filmmaker Hubert Sauper about his recent documentary. CCR-201617-001

6:30 P.M. - Let’s Talk Money
Join hosts Kelly Bolton and Harvey Cook as they discuss music companies making a difference in Memphis. LTM-201718-003

7:00 P.M. - Classic TV: Long Ranger
Watch another episode of this famous western series starring Clayton Moore as the masked hero and Jay Silverheels as Tonto. TLR-201617-008

7:30 P.M. - The Conn Jackson Show
The Conn Jackson Show is a hip, hot and trendy new talk show focused on positive entertainment for women. Episode 287. CJS-201213-287

8:00 P.M. - Shelby County Schools Report
On this month's SCSR, we take you inside Middle College High School's dual enrollment program. We'll introduce to a principal who has fostered over 50 children. Germantown High School's Billy Pullen brings literature to life to his students, and see how the program farm to school brings fresh fruits and vegetables to students. SCS-201718-003

8:30 P.M. - Half Hour Local Special: Cameras in the Capitol
An informational program that explores how ideas and interests spread throughout a dynamic democracy when an informed citizenry has television access to its government. SPE-000000-128

9:00 P.M. - One Hour Local Special: From Victim to Survivor: Heart Failure Survivors
This special program follows seven heart failure victims on their paths from diagnosis through treatment, showing how physically and emotionally debilitating life with heart failure can be. SPE-000000-138

10:00 P.M. - Movie #308: A Run for Your Money
Two Welsh coal-mining brothers win a trip to London to claim a monetary prize. They are supposed to meet a newspaper reporter who will be their escort but instead are mismatched with a crafty con artist. MOV-000000-308

wednesday


12:00 A.M. - Classic Art Showcase
Classic arts performances from the world of dance, music, and theater. CAS-200405-052

1:00 A.M. - Classic TV: The Lucy Show
Each week watch another episode of this hilarious series starring the queen of comedy Lucille Ball and Gale Gordon. This week's episode is “The Monkey” Episode 2. TLS-200506-004

1:30 A.M. - Classic TV: Public Defender
Reed Hadley stars as Bart Matthews, Public Defender, who fights to protect the rights of ordinary citizens falsely accused of committing crimes. PDF-200708-020

2:00 A.M. - Classic Art Showcase
Classic arts performances from the world of dance, music, and theater. CAS-200405-053

3:00 A.M. - Living Well
Join host William Kenley, CEO of Methodist Le Bonheur Germantown Hospital, as he discusses how to manage stress with Dr. Jeff Mullins from Mid-South Family Medicine. LWE-201415-001

3:30 A.M. - Classic TV: Robin Hood
This classic television series starring Richard Greene tells the tale of the famous Sherwood Forest bandit and his merry men. Today’s episode is “The Frightened Tailor” Episode 1. RBH-200708-016

4:00 A.M. - Movie #309: Wackiest Wagon Train in the West
In a compilation of episodes from “Dusty’s Trail,” Dusty is a bumbling assistant to Wagonmaster Callahan. Thanks to Dusty, they are soon separated from the wagon train and lost in the wilderness. MOV-000000-309

6:00 A.M. - Classic Art Showcase
Classic arts performances from the world of dance, music, and theater. CAS-200405-054

7:00 A.M. - Words that Cook
A half-hour of fun-filled entertainment for parents with children from 1-12. Today’s show is titled "Empowered Learning". Episode 11. WTC-200506-011

7:30 A.M. - In the Fight
This show offers an incomparable and rare insight of life on the front lines reported directly by U.S. military service members deployed around the globe. Episode 24. ITF-2008009-025

8:00 A.M. - Eat Well Be Happy
Eat Well Be Happy" is a cooking show aimed at bringing back the pleasures of the table with fresh, seasonal, colorful ingredients (organic when possible). Debra and Alyssa serve up Egyptian Chicken or Tofu with dukkah, Kelp Noodle Salad, Mango Chia Pudding . EWH-201516-111*

8:30 A.M. - Drawing with Mark
Join illustrator Mark Marderosian as he hosts this innovative children series that combines learning, live action and animation for all ages! This episode is titled “The Zoo Part 2” Episode 5. DWM-201112-005

9:00 A.M. - Red Devil Post Game
Check out the first episode of this year's Emmy award winning student-produced sports show Red Devil Post Game! Hosts Ryan Coleman and Tate Jakobi break down the homecoming game and highlight the students' school spirit. You can also see interviews with the Red Devil's Head Coach Chris Smith and Terence Patterson, honorable former quarterback of the GHS Red Devil football team and Harvard alumnus, 1997 Ivy League Champion, President and CEO of the Downtown Memphis Commission. RPG-201718-001

9:30 A.M. - Crosstalk
In this week’s edition of Crosstalk we a take a look at some of the major wars throughout history and how they have affected today. CRO-201718-004

10:00 A.M. – SCS Focus
Every Month on SCS Focus: Conversations with the Superintendent, Supt. Dorsey Hopton and his guests discuss issues and topics that came up at the most recent Shelby County Schools Board meeting. SCF-201718-001

10:30 A.M. - Folklorist
A program exploring both the iconic and lesser known stories that make up our culture. Host John Horrigan explores the story behind one of the greatest pirate captain in history, a nuclear meltdown that was long forgotten, an April Fool's prank that caused hysteria in a small town, and a tragic tale of two lovers who met an untimely end. Also featuring Campfire segments on George Washington, The San Francisco Earthquake of 1906, Dracula, and Houdini. FLK-201617-003

11:00 A.M. - One Hour Local Special: So You Think You Know?"
Acting students at Germantown High School present original monologues. SPE-000000-140

12:00 P.M. - Movie #310: The Black Book
In France at the end of the 18th Century, Robespierre is sowing panic among his opponents to take over the power of the state. MOV-000000-310

2:00 P.M. - Half Hour Local Special: The 2008 World’s Largest Concert
The 2008 World’s Largest Concert has been the highlight of “Music In Our Schools Month” since 1985. This sing-along concert links music students around the world, reaching an estimated 6 million viewers each year. SPE-000000-143

2:30 P.M. - Eat Well Be Happy
Eat Well Be Happy" is a cooking show aimed at bringing back the pleasures of the table with fresh, seasonal, colorful ingredients (organic when possible). Debra and Alyssa serve up Egyptian Chicken or Tofu with dukkah, Kelp Noodle Salad, Mango Chia Pudding . EWH-201516-111*

3:00 P.M. - Ernest Chism Speaker Series
Ernest L Chism Speaker Series: Andy Fleming — American film and television director and screenwriter Andy Fleming gives Germantown High School students an insight into the film and television industry. CHS-201617-002

4:00 P.M. - The Piano Guy
Scott Houston, public television personality, piano teacher, educator, and professional speaker teaches viewers how to play piano in this Emmy award-winning series. Episode 504. TPG-200910-504

4:30 P.M. - Classic TV: Robin Hood
This classic television series starring Richard Greene tells the tale of the famous Sherwood Forest bandit and his merry men. Today’s episode is “The Frightened Tailor” Episode 1. RBH-200708-016

5:00 P.M. - Classic Art Showcase
Classic arts performances from the world of dance, music, and theater. CAS-200405-055

6:00 P.M. - Red Devil Post Game
Check out the first episode of this year's Emmy award winning student-produced sports show Red Devil Post Game! Hosts Ryan Coleman and Tate Jakobi break down the homecoming game and highlight the students' school spirit. You can also see interviews with the Red Devil's Head Coach Chris Smith and Terence Patterson, honorable former quarterback of the GHS Red Devil football team and Harvard alumnus, 1997 Ivy League Champion, President and CEO of the Downtown Memphis Commission. RPG-201718-001

6:30 P.M. - Classic TV: The Lucy Show
Each week watch another episode of this hilarious series starring the queen of comedy Lucille Ball and Gale Gordon. This week's episode is “The Monkey” Episode 2. TLS-200506-004

7:00 P.M. - Crosstalk
In this week’s edition of Crosstalk we a take a look at some of the major wars throughout history and how they have affected today. CRO-201718-004

7:30 P.M. - Folklorist
A program exploring both the iconic and lesser known stories that make up our culture. Host John Horrigan explores the story behind one of the greatest pirate captain in history, a nuclear meltdown that was long forgotten, an April Fool's prank that caused hysteria in a small town, and a tragic tale of two lovers who met an untimely end. Also featuring Campfire segments on George Washington, The San Francisco Earthquake of 1906, Dracula, and Houdini. FLK-201617-003

8:00 P.M. - Half Hour National Special: Cancer Pains Part1
Cancer specialists and patients discuss cancer pain and how to overcome it. SPE-000000-019

8:30 P.M. – SCS Focus *Every Month on SCS Focus: Conversations with the Superintendent, Supt. Dorsey Hopton and his guests discuss issues and topics that came up at the most recent Shelby County Schools Board meeting. SCF-201718-001

9:00 P.M. - One Hour Local Special: Information Stories
Information Stories is a collection of short digital narratives covering information from the final report of the Knight Commission on the Information Needs of Communities in a Democracy. SPE-000000-226

10:00 P.M. - Movie #311: The Borrowers
The Clock Family are “borrowers,” tiny people who live in the houses of regular humans. They survive by borrowing all they need from big people, keeping their existence secret. MOV-000000-311

thursday


12:00 A.M. - Classic Art Showcase
Classic arts performances from the world of dance, music, and theater. CAS-200405-056

1:00 A.M. - Classic TV: Bonanza
Join the Cartwrights for an exciting tale straight from their ranch, the Ponderosa. This classic western series stars Lorne Greene and Pernel Roberts. This week’s title is “The Gunman" Episode 1. BON-200506-119

2:00 A.M. - Crosstalk
In this week’s edition of Crosstalk we a take a look at some of the major wars throughout history and how they have affected today. CRO-201718-004

2:30 A.M. - Inspiring Leaders
The Exceptional Foundation West Tennessee works to enrich the lives of those among us with intellectual disabilities. Host Donna Chandler Newman speaks with executive director Jo Anne Fusco, former chairman Marla Mounce and parent Eleanor Horton about the mission and impact the Exceptional Foundation West Tennessee has on the community. INS-201718-003 INS-201718-002

3:00 A.M. - Children’s Play: The Chronicles of Sleeping Beauty: The Frog, The Prince, and the Cocoa Bean Attic
Germantown High School students perform an original one-act play that puts a contemporary twist on the timeless children's tale, Sleeping Beauty. SPE-000000-172

4:00 A.M. - Movie #314: Caesar the Conquerer
Julius Caesar leads the Roman army to battle against rebels in Gaul. MOV-000000-314

6:00 A.M. - Classic Art Showcase
Classic arts performances from the world of dance, music, and theater. CAS-200405-057

7:00 A.M. - Garage with Steve Butler
Steve Butler takes you into his garage to show you how to make fun projects without expensive shop tools. This episode will feature Steve creating “Halving Twins.” Episode Number 8. GAR-201112-008

7:30 A.M. - Kids-a-Cookin’
Follow Host Karen Arnold as she leads school-age children step-by-step in preparing nutritious, delicious and fun recipes. Today’s episode is “More Breakfast Ideas.” Episode 24. KAC-200910-024

8:00 A.M. - Conscious Living
This program highlights the best in sustainable lifestyles, spirituality, natural health, veg cuisine, yoga, luxury green travel and eco-fashion. CLV-201617-008

8:30 A.M. - Classic TV: One Step Beyond
Watch another episode of this scf-fi thiller starring John Newland: “Goodbye Grandpa” Episode 2. OSB-200506-002

9:00 A.M. - Living Well
Join host William Kenley, CEO of Methodist Le Bonheur Germantown Hospital, as he discusses how to manage stress with Dr. Jeff Mullins from Mid-South Family Medicine. LWE-201415-001

9:30 A.M. - Inspiring Leaders
The Exceptional Foundation West Tennessee works to enrich the lives of those among us with intellectual disabilities. Host Donna Chandler Newman speaks with executive director Jo Anne Fusco, former chairman Marla Mounce and parent Eleanor Horton about the mission and impact the Exceptional Foundation West Tennessee has on the community. INS-201718-003 INS-201718-002

10:00 A.M. - Cable Quiz
Caleb Suggs hosts the second preliminary round of GHS-TV’s annual Cable Quiz. The red team - Hannah Everhart, Christian Snipes, and Long Trvong - and the white team - Saba Rohani, Nikhil Salian, and Noah Sims - compete for a place in the final of this year’s competition. CQZ-201617-002

10:30 A.M. - Let’s Talk Money
Join hosts Kelly Bolton and Harvey Cook as they discuss music companies making a difference in Memphis. LTM-201718-003

11:00 A.M. - Economic Club of Memphis
David R. Kotok, Co-Founder and Chief Investment Officer of Cumberland Advisors, provides a broad brush sketch outlining the health of the world's stock markets and the trends that provide insight into the direction the U.S. and world markets are headed. SPE-000000-216

12:00 P.M. - Movie #315: Gaslight The first version of Patrick Hamilton’s stage play “Angel Street.” A beautiful heiress is menaced into madness by her calculating, jewel-hungry husband. MOV-000000-315

2:00 P.M. - Shelby County Schools Report
On this month's SCSR, we take you inside Middle College High School's dual enrollment program. We'll introduce to a principal who has fostered over 50 children. Germantown High School's Billy Pullen brings literature to life to his students, and see how the program farm to school brings fresh fruits and vegetables to students. SCS-201718-003

2:30 P.M. - Fast Forward: Contemporary Science Fiction
Episode #280 of Fast Forward: Contemporary Science Fiction features an interview with author Edward M. Lerner. Mr. Lerner talks about his latest novel, InterstellarNet: Enigma, as well as other books in the InterstellarNet series. He discusses his process of writing, and how it has led to several shorter stories, including his Hugo Award nominated "Championship B'tok". Mr. Lerner also talks about the several books he wrote in collaboration with Larry Niven in the Fleet of Worlds series. FFW-201617-280*

3:00 P.M. - Conscious Living
This program highlights the best in sustainable lifestyles, spirituality, natural health, veg cuisine, yoga, luxury green travel and eco-fashion. CLV-201617-008

3:30 P.M. - Garage with Steve Butler
Steve Butler takes you into his garage to show you how to make fun projects without expensive shop tools. This episode will feature Steve creating “Halving Twins.” Episode Number 8. GAR-201112-008

4:00 P.M. - Eat Well Be Happy
Eat Well Be Happy" is a cooking show aimed at bringing back the pleasures of the table with fresh, seasonal, colorful ingredients (organic when possible). Debra and Alyssa serve up Egyptian Chicken or Tofu with dukkah, Kelp Noodle Salad, Mango Chia Pudding . EWH-201516-111*

4:30 P.M. - Classic TV: Sherlock Holmes
The adventures of master detective Sherlock Holmes as he and his assistant, Dr. Watson--and the bumbling Inspector Lestrade--battle criminals in London. This week's episode is "The Case of the Singing Violin” Episode 1. SLH-200607-600

5:00 P.M. - Classic Art Showcase
Classic arts performances from the world of dance, music, and theater. CAS-200405-059

6:00 P.M. - Living Well
Join host William Kenley, CEO of Methodist Le Bonheur Germantown Hospital, as he discusses how to manage stress with Dr. Jeff Mullins from Mid-South Family Medicine. LWE-201415-001

6:30 P.M. - Inspiring Leaders
The Exceptional Foundation West Tennessee works to enrich the lives of those among us with intellectual disabilities. Host Donna Chandler Newman speaks with executive director Jo Anne Fusco, former chairman Marla Mounce and parent Eleanor Horton about the mission and impact the Exceptional Foundation West Tennessee has on the community. INS-201718-003 INS-201718-002

7:00 P.M. - Classic TV: Bonanza
Join the Cartwrights for an exciting tale straight from their ranch, the Ponderosa. This classic western series stars Lorne Greene and Pernel Roberts. This week’s title is “The Gunman" Episode 1. BON-200506-119

8:00 P.M. - Shelby County Schools Report
On this month's SCSR, we take you inside Middle College High School's dual enrollment program. We'll introduce to a principal who has fostered over 50 children. Germantown High School's Billy Pullen brings literature to life to his students, and see how the program farm to school brings fresh fruits and vegetables to students. SCS-201718-003

8:30 P.M. - Let’s Talk Money
Join hosts Kelly Bolton and Harvey Cook as they discuss music companies making a difference in Memphis. LTM-201718-003

9:00 P.M. - One Hour Local Special: Tommy Tune
Tony award winner and Broadway star Tommy Tune conducts a question and answer session with Germantown High School students. SPE-000000-236

10:00 P.M. – Friday Night Frights: Count Dracula and his Vampire Bride
In London in the 1970s, Scotland Yard police investigators think they have uncovered a case of vampirism. Mov-000000-156*

friday


12:00 A.M. - Classic Art Showcase** Classic arts performances from the world of dance, music, and theater. CAS-200405-061*

1:00 A.M. - Songspeak Conversations on the Art and Craft of Songwriting
How one becomes a songwriter, tips for being a successful songwriter in the music industry with Victoria Banks. Episode 13. SPK-201617-013

2:00 A.M. - Just Coolin’
This program features clips of past Jazz greats, live club performances, Acid Jazz videos Neo Soul, interviews and Spoken Word. On this episode of Just Coolin we pay tribute to the highly esteemed jazz pianist Earl "Bud" Powell. Who was one of the most influencial Jazz muscians of all time. JCL-201617-005

3:00 A.M. - Thrive
THRIVE is a talk show that provides useful and insightful information about living with cancer. TVE-200607-017

3:30 A.M. - Crosstalk Classic
Classic Crosstalk takes you back in time to some of the most memorable Crosstalk programs in GHS-TV history. Taped in 2000, this show features host Michelle Hayes. She talks with rock and roll legend Sam Phillips. Viewers will get an in- depth look into the life of Elvis Presley. CRO-201617-002

4:00 A.M. - Movie #316: Fire Over England
In this British-made historical drama, a young naval officer spies on the Spanish and discovers their plans to send the Armada against England. MOV-000000-316

6:00 A.M. - Classic Art Showcase
Classic arts performances from the world of dance, music, and theater. CAS-200405-062

7:00 A.M. - Words that Cook
A half-hour of fun-filled entertainment for parents with children from 1-12. Today’s show is titled "Home School Connections”. Episode 12. WTC-200506-012

7:30 A.M. - NASA 360
NASA 360/Destination Tomorrow: Bringing the Future into Focus is an informative program exploring NASA's current aeronautical research and development programs. Episode 13. NDT-201213-013

8:00 A.M. - Classic TV: Dick Van Dike
The misadventures of a TV writer both at work and at home. Rob engages in a game of pool with Buddy's hustler brother Blackie. Episode 2. DVD-200506-002

8:30 A.M. - Drawing with Mark
Join illustrator Mark Marderosian as he hosts this innovative children series that combines learning, live action and animation for all ages! This episode is titled “The Beach” Episode 6. DWM-201112-006

9:00 A.M - Children’s Play: The Chronicles of Sleeping Beauty: The Frog, The Prince, and the Cocoa Bean Attic
Germantown High School students perform an original one-act play that puts a contemporary twist on the timeless children's tale, Sleeping Beauty. SPE-000000-172

10:00 A.M – SCS Focus
Every Month on SCS Focus: Conversations with the Superintendent, Supt. Dorsey Hopton and his guests discuss issues and topics that came up at the most recent Shelby County Schools Board meeting. SCF-201718-001

11:00 A.M. - Songspeak Conversations on the Art and Craft of Songwriting
How one becomes a songwriter, tips for being a successful songwriter in the music industry with Victoria Banks. Episode 13. SPK-201617-013

12:00 P.M. - Movie #317: Delightfully Dangerous
A woman marries a Broadway producer and gets a chance at the big time. MOV-000000-317

2:00 P.M. - Half Hour Local Special: The Promise of Africom
This special report features stories on the mission of AFRICOM, the joint effort of U.S. and African military organizations to rebuild locations damaged by disasters, war and disease and to provide medical and humanitarian aid to local villagers. SPE-000000-191

2:30 P.M. - Facing History and Ourselves
Facing History and Ourselves: Hope and Courage: Women’s Stories of Resistance in Pinochet’s Chile – Marjorie Agosin, award-winning poet and human rights activist, speaks about her experiences with Chilean women who protested against the terror of Augusto Pinochet’s regime. FHO-200910-018

3:30 P.M. - Half Hour Local Special: Against all Odds: The Next Generation
Hosted by Tom Selleck, this inspirational program documents the path of three American youngsters who reached for and achieved their dreams, despite the obstacles and challenges they faced. SPE-000000-079

4:00 P.M. - Classic TV: The Beverly Hillbillies
Each weekend join the Clampetts for down-home fun. The show stars Buddy Ebsen and Irene Ryan. This week’s episode is titled “Jed’s Dilemma” Episode 5. BVH-200506-005

5:00 P.M. - Classic Art Showcase
Classic arts performances from the world of dance, music, and theater. CAS-200405-063

6:00 P.M. - Crosstalk Classic
Classic Crosstalk takes you back in time to some of the most memorable Crosstalk programs in GHS-TV history. Taped in 2000, this show features host Michelle Hayes. She talks with rock and roll legend Sam Phillips. Viewers will get an in- depth look into the life of Elvis Presley. CRO-201617-002

6:30 P.M. - Let’s Talk Money
Join hosts Kelly Bolton and Harvey Cook as they discuss music companies making a difference in Memphis. LTM-201718-003

7:00 P.M. - Classic TV: Public Defender
Reed Hadley stars as Bart Matthews, Public Defender, who fights to protect the rights of ordinary citizens falsely accused of committing crimes. PDF-200708-022

7:30 P.M. - The Conn Jackson
The Conn Jackson Show is a hip, hot and trendy new talk show focused on positive entertainment for women. Episode 288. CJS-201213-288

8:00 P.M. – Half Hour Local Special: Die Ameisenkinder
The "Die Ameisenkinder" Children Chorus from Meimar, Germany performs at Germantown High School. SPE-000000-084

8:30 P.M. - SCS Focus Every Month on SCS Focus: Conversations with the Superintendent, Supt. Dorsey Hopton and his guests discuss issues and topics that came up at the most recent Shelby County Schools Board meeting. SCF-201718-001

9:00 P.M. - Just Coolin’
This program features clips of past Jazz greats, live club performances, Acid Jazz videos Neo Soul, interviews and Spoken Word. On this episode of Just Coolin we pay tribute to the highly esteemed jazz pianist Earl "Bud" Powell. Who was one of the most influencial Jazz muscians of all time. JCL-201617-005

10:00 P.M. - Movie #318: Constantine & the Cross
Somewhat fictionalized dramatic account of late Roman Emperor Constantine, his rise to power and his establishment of religious tolerance among Roman subjects. MOV-000000-318

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