Highlights of the Week

Sunday, September 17th - Saturday, September 23rd

SUNDAY

12:00 A.M. - Classic Art Showcase
Classic arts performances from the world of dance, music, and theater. CAS-200405-079

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-200607-015

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 Adventures in Sherwood Forest” Episode 1. RBH-200708-009

2:00 A.M. - Classic Art Showcase
Classic arts performances from the world of dance, music, and theater. CAS-200405-080

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. This week’s title is “AC Shiners and Smallmouth” Episode 4. BWD-200506-004

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 “Life in Order” highlights the health crisis faced by rapper and actor Ice-T. Episode 17. SMI-200809-020

4:00 A.M. - Movie #59: My Love for Yours
Funny, romantic boy-chase-girl film. MOV-000000-059

6:00 A.M. - Classic Art Showcase
Classic arts performances from the world of dance, music, and theater. CAS-200405-082

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 “Hit and Run” Episode 4. DRA-200506-004

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 1. SPY-200506-107

8:00 A.M. - Facing History and Ourselves
Facing History and Ourselves: Isabel Wilkerson - Author Isabel Wilkerson discusses her novel The Warmth of Other Suns in which she talks about the Great Migration, a period in time where black Americans fled out of the rural south. Episode 24. FHO-201213-024

9:00 A.M. - Economic Club of Memphis
The Economic Club of Memphis presents guest speaker Aurelio Montinola. SPE-000000-244

10:00 A.M. - One Hour Local Special: Revelations of a Filmmaker: Conversations with Hubert Sauper
An intimate look at the Austrian filmmaker Hubert Sauper. SPE-000000-060

11:00 A.M. - One Hour Local Special: Be Prepared
Students from Germantown High School perform a collection of improvisational scenes, original sketches, and songs in collaboration with English Lovers, an Austrian improvisational theatre group. SPE-000000-017

12:00 P.M. - Crosstalk
Check out this special edition of GHS-TV’s award winning talk show Crosstalk! This week on Crosstalk, join host Kyle Bowers as he explores local restaurants. CRO-201617-021

12:30 P.M. - Clean Green Living
Join Leslie Reichert, the host of Clean Green Living, as she shows how to make your home look clean even when it's not, eight different ways to remove spots from your clothing and how to choose the right broom for your floors. CGL-201617-001

1:45 P.M. - 5:00 PM - GHS’TV Live Coverage of the 46th Annual Germantown Festival
GHS-TV presents its annual live coverage of the Germantown Festival.

5:00 P.M. - One Hour Local Special: John Rosemond Special Presentation
Family psychologist John Rosemond examines the ever changing attitudes about the role of education in the United States. SPE-000000-044

6:00 P.M. - Half Hour Local Special: German Crossing: A “Dramatic Exchange”
This unique program documents the 2002 summer cultural exchange between schools in Koenigs Wusterhausen, Germany and Germantown High School’s Fine Art Department. SPE-000000-095

6:30 P.M. - Crosstalk Classic
This episode of Crosstalk Classic features interviews with WWII veterans. CCR-201617-005

7:00 P.M. - Crosstalk
Check out this special edition of GHS-TV’s award winning talk show Crosstalk! This week on Crosstalk, join host Kyle Bowers as he explores local restaurants. CRO-201617-021

7:30 P.M. - Half Hour Local Special: 2017 Band Concert
Germantown High’s band department presents its annual spring concert SPE-000000-312

8:00 P.M. - One Hour Local Special: On the Road with Emil
Award winning documentarian Hubert Sauper takes a behind the scenes look at an Austrian circus as it travels from town to town. SPE-000000-101

9:00 P.M. - One Hour Local Special: One Hour Local Special: 2017 Red Eye Film Project
Students in the Production Workshop class at Germantown High School create a short films within twenty-four hours. SPE-000000-307

10:00 P.M. - Movie #60: My Man Godfrey
In this scatter brained and urbane satire of the rich, an heiress takes a bum home to be her butler. MOV-000000-060


MONDAY

12:00 A.M. - Classic Art Showcase
Classic arts performances from the world of dance, music, and theater. CAS-200405-151

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 “Ring a Ding” Episode 5. TLS-200506-005

1:30 A.M. - Canape
A program highlighting French cultural events across the United States. This week’s show includes information on film releases, book translations, exhibitions, festivals, ballets, concerts and theater productions. Episode 237. CAP-200506-237

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 feature the trumpeter, composer and band leader Clifford Brown...aka: “Brownie". JCL-201617-001

3:00 A.M. - Living Well
Host William Kenley is joined by Bariatric Surgeon Dr. George Woodman to discuss obesity and surgical options for weight loss. LWE-201617-004

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 Highlander” Episode 1. RBH-200708-010

4:00 A.M. - Movie #80: Road to Bali
A vaudeville duo, who are run out of town to avoid a double wedding, find employment as deep sea divers in the South Pacific. MOV-000000-080

6:00 A.M. - Classic Art Showcase
Classic arts performances from the world of dance, music, and theater. CAS-200708-030

7:00 A.M. - Words that Cook
A half-hour of fun-filled entertainment for parents with children from 1-12. Today’s show titled "Windows & Mirrors of Literacy" examines how reading can reflect not only other people's personalities, but our personalities as well, and how books can be a window to other cultures. Episode 13. WTC-200506-013

7:30 A.M. - National Gallery of Art
National Gallery of Art presents: An American Impressionist: William Merritt Chase at Shinnecock - This documentary highlights Chase’s years at Shinnecock, where he established the first important outdoor summer school of art in America. Episode 10. NGA-200506-010

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 Jeff prepare Old Fashioned Pecan Pie, Pumpkin Maple Cake and Cranberry Oat Crunch! EWH-201718-305

8:30 A.M. - Classic TV: One Step Beyond
Watch another episode of this scf-fi thiller starring John Newland: “Ordeal on Locust Street” Episode 5. OSB-201617-005

9:00 A.M. - Clean Green Living
Today on Clean Green Living, host Leslie Reichert is going to show you how to clean four different types of flooring and introduce you to a new segment called "cool tools". CGL-201617-002

9:30 A.M. - Crosstalk
Check out this special edition of GHS-TV’s award winning talk show Crosstalk! Join host Sara Mayers as she discusses the lasting impression of William Faulkner while at his historic home, Rowan Oak. CRO-201516-025

10:00 A.M. - Travel TV
Join us for a short trip through the world of travel with traveltelevision.org, a magazine format show that tells stories of volunteers in the Gulf Coast region and offers information about novel travel companies, opportunities and Websites. Episode 164. TTV-201213-164

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 an ancient lost city, a unsolved hijacking of a plane, a night where the sky was on fire, and a mysterious individual visiting a grave each year. Also featuring Campfire segments on Christopher Columbus, Walt Disney, Aladdin, and Medusa. FLK-201617-005

11:30 A.M. - Fast Forward: Contemporary Science Fiction
In Episode #284 of Fast Forward: Contemporary Science Fiction, we feature an interview with author, editor, and publisher Bill Campbell. Mr. Campbell talks about the most recent developments at his company, Rosarium Publishing. He discusses several recent book projects, including one of stories inspired by the works of Samuel (Chip) Delany, an anthology of Southeast Asian "Steampunk" stories, and a book of essays and comics dealing with the current problem of police brutality in America. In addition, Mr. Campbell talks about several comic and graphic novel projects currently being produced by Rosarium. FFW-201718-284

12:00 P.M. - Movie #81: The Royal Wedding
Tom and Ellen Bowen are a brother and sister dance act whose agent books them in England during the royal wedding of Princess Elizabeth. MOV-000000-081

2:00 P.M. - Shelby County Schools Report
On this month’s Shelby County Schools Report, we take you inside East High School new T-STEM academy. We’ll introduce you to a principal who answered the call to serve our country and students. We hit gridiron with Coach Rodney Saulsberry who is making a difference on and off the field and fly high with a program training tomorrow’s pilots. SCS-201718-002

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 Jeff prepare Old Fashioned Pecan Pie, Pumpkin Maple Cake and Cranberry Oat Crunch! EWH-201718-305

3:00 P.M. - Ernest Chism Speaker Series
Ernest L Chism Speaker Series: Jourdan Urbach… Violin prodigy Jourdan Urbach speaks with Germantown High School students about his musical and philanthropic career. CHS-201617-005

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 113. TPG-200910-113

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 Highlander” Episode 1. RBH-200708-010

5:00 P.M. - Classic Art Showcase
Classic arts performances from the world of dance, music, and theater. CAS-200708-152

6:00 P.M. - Clean Green Living
Today on Clean Green Living, host Leslie Reichert is going to show you how to clean four different types of flooring and introduce you to a new segment called "cool tools". CGL-201617-002

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 “Ring a Ding” Episode 5. TLS-200506-005

7:00 P.M. - Crosstalk
Check out this special edition of GHS-TV’s award winning talk show Crosstalk! Join host Sara Mayers as she discusses the lasting impression of William Faulkner while at his historic home, Rowan Oak. CRO-201516-025

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 an ancient lost city, a unsolved hijacking of a plane, a night where the sky was on fire, and a mysterious individual visiting a grave each year. Also featuring Campfire segments on Christopher Columbus, Walt Disney, Aladdin, and Medusa. FLK-201617-005

8:00 P.M. - Shelby County Schools Report
On this month’s Shelby County Schools Report, we take you inside East High School new T-STEM academy. We’ll introduce you to a principal who answered the call to serve our country and students. We hit gridiron with Coach Rodney Saulsberry who is making a difference on and off the field and fly high with a program training tomorrow’s pilots. SCS-201718-002

8:30 P.M. - Half Hour Local Special: Invisible Children: Claude Gatebuke
Rwandan refugee, organizer, and genocide survivor Claude Gatebuke speaks to Germantown High School students about his experiences growing up in Africa during the Rwandan Genocide. SPE-000000-229

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 feature the trumpeter, composer and band leader Clifford Brown...aka: “Brownie". JCL-201617-001

10:00 P.M. - Movie #82: Sabotage
Directed by Alfred Hitchcock, a highly explosive bomb is hidden in an underground station. MOV-000000-082


tuesday

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

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 “Desert Justice" Episode 5.

2:00 A.M. - Crosstalk
Check out this special edition of GHS-TV’s award winning talk show Crosstalk! Join host Sara Mayers as she discusses the lasting impression of William Faulkner while at his historic home, Rowan Oak.

2:30 A.M. - Inspiring Leaders
Our host, Donna Chandler Newman, talks with Teresa Schwartz, Brittany Pellegra, and Greg Morris, all from the Memphis Oral School for the Deaf, to talk about this year’s very special treasure in the heart of Germantown.

3:00 A.M. - Children’s Play: Rip-Rappinstiltskin
Germantown High School students perform an original one-act play that puts a contemporary twist on the timeless children's tale, Rumpelstiltskin.

4:00 A.M. - Movie #86: Santa Fe Trail
An action packed western with a historical background, this film centers around the capture of John Brown, an abolitionist who commits treason against the United States government in his crusade against slavery.

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

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 is titled “Mallet Plane” Episode 16.

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 8.

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. On this episode we enjoy the best of summer! From an ecotourism adventure in the greenest city in North America and cool eco-travel gadgets to get you there, we've got everything you need to plan that last-minute summer vacation.

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 Park.” Episode 3.

9:00 A.M. - Living Well
Host William Kenley is joined by Bariatric Surgeon Dr. George Woodman to discuss obesity and surgical options for weight loss.

9:30 A.M. - Inspiring Leaders
Our host, Donna Chandler Newman, talks with Teresa Schwartz, Brittany Pellegra, and Greg Morris, all from the Memphis Oral School for the Deaf, to talk about this year’s very special treasure in the heart of Germantown.

10:00 A.M. - One Hour Local Special: August Wilson’s “Fences,” a lecture by Dr. Ladrica Menson-furr
Dr. Ladrica Menson-furr lectures on the play Fences by August Wilson.

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.

12:00 P.M. - Movie #87: Second Chorus
Members of a successful orchestra, the "College Perennials" seek romance with their beautiful manager.

2:00 P.M. - Half Hour Local Special: Peanut Butter and Jam Sessions
The Germantown Performing Arts Centre's acclaimed children's concert series features host Susan Pertalion.

2:30 P.M. - Fast Forward: Contemporary Science Fiction
In Episode #284 of Fast Forward: Contemporary Science Fiction, we feature an interview with author, editor, and publisher Bill Campbell. Mr. Campbell talks about the most recent developments at his company, Rosarium Publishing. He discusses several recent book projects, including one of stories inspired by the works of Samuel (Chip) Delany, an anthology of Southeast Asian "Steampunk" stories, and a book of essays and comics dealing with the current problem of police brutality in America. In addition, Mr. Campbell talks about several comic and graphic novel projects currently being produced by Rosarium.

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. On this episode we enjoy the best of summer! From an ecotourism adventure in the greenest city in North America and cool eco-travel gadgets to get you there, we've got everything you need to plan that last-minute summer vacation.

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 is titled “Mallet Plane” Episode 16.

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 Jeff prepare Old Fashioned Pecan Pie, Pumpkin Maple Cake and Cranberry Oat Crunch!

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.

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

6:00 P.M. - Living Well
Host William Kenley is joined by Bariatric Surgeon Dr. George Woodman to discuss obesity and surgical options for weight loss.

6:30 P.M. - Inspiring Leaders
Our host, Donna Chandler Newman, talks with Teresa Schwartz, Brittany Pellegra, and Greg Morris, all from the Memphis Oral School for the Deaf, to talk about this year’s very special treasure in the heart of Germantown.

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 “Desert Justice" Episode 5.

8:00 P.M. - One Hour National Special: The Miracle Men
In this original film by John Oldford, three idealistic Confederate soldiers with quick senses and the best of intentions, encounter an assumed bounty hunter.

9:00 P.M. - One Hour Local Special: Kathy Bates Workshop
An interview with Academy Award winner Kathy Bates at Germantown High School.

10:00 P.M. - Movie #88: The Secret Agent
Elsa and Dick, British espionage agents masquerading as husband and wife in World War I, are sent to Switzerland to find an especially menacing German spy.


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

1:00 A.M. - Thrive
THRIVE is a talk show that provides useful and insightful information about living with cancer. This week's program is titled "Menopause & Anti-aging." Episode 1.

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 “Blender” Episode 9.

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

3:00 A.M. - Half Hour National Special: How to Travel the World for Free: “Burgers, Bikes, and Boors”
Award winning comedian Michael Wigge attempts to travel from Europe to Antarctica with no money. In this episode Michael makes his way through North America by couch surfing, staying with Amish Farmers and befriending the homeless. This is part 2 of the 5 part series.

3:30 A.M. - Crosstalk Classic
Join host Bath Hoag as she interviews famous Austrian Filmmaker Hubert Sauper.

4:00 A.M. - Movie #89: The Seventh Seal
A knight home from the Crusades plays chess with Death as cultural turmoil envelopes the people around them.

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

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 “Swinging for the Fences” highlights the health crisis faced by former Phillies slugger John Kruk. Episode 18.

7:30 A.M. - National Gallery of Art
National Gallery of Art presents: The Landscape of Frederic Edwin Church - Audiences can trace Church’s career from his early studies with painter Thomas Cole, through the years in which he created his most celebrated landscapes. Episode 11.

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. Episode 3.

8:30 A.M. - Classic TV: One Step Beyond
*Watch another episode of this scf-fi thiller starring John Newland: “Ordeal on Locust Street” Episode 5.

9:00 A.M. - Children’s Play: Rip-Rappinstiltskin
Germantown High School students perform an original one-act play that puts a contemporary twist on the timeless children's tale, Rumpelstiltskin.

10:00 A.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.

10:30 A.M. - Let’s Talk Money
Laurinda Ingram talks about taxes and her insight and guidance on the subject

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.

12:00 P.M. - Movie #90: Sherlock Holmes and the Secret Weapon
he fate of England hangs in the balance as Sherlock Holmes joins forces with the British Air Ministry to defeat his arch enemy Professor Moriarity and the evil Nazi threat.

2:00 P.M. - Shelby County Schools Report
On this month’s Shelby County Schools Report, we take you inside East High School new T-STEM academy. We’ll introduce you to a principal who answered the call to serve our country and students. We hit gridiron with Coach Rodney Saulsberry who is making a difference on and off the field and fly high with a program training tomorrow’s pilots.

2:30 P.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.

3:30 P.M. - One Hour Local Special: August Wilson’s “Fences,” a lecture by Dr. Ladrica Menson-furr
Dr. Ladrica Menson-furr lectures on the play Fences by August Wilson.

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.

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

6:00 P.M. - Crosstalk Classic
Join host Bath Hoag as she interviews famous Austrian Filmmaker Hubert Sauper.

6:30 P.M. - Let’s Talk Money
Laurinda Ingram talks about taxes and her insight and guidance on the subject.

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. Episode 3.

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 285.

8:00 P.M. - Shelby County Schools Report
On this month’s Shelby County Schools Report, we take you inside East High School new T-STEM academy. We’ll introduce you to a principal who answered the call to serve our country and students. We hit gridiron with Coach Rodney Saulsberry who is making a difference on and off the field and fly high with a program training tomorrow’s pilots.

8:30 P.M. - Half Hour Local Special: An Ocean Apart, A World Together
A look at the international exchange between Germantown High School Fine Arts students and the Tbilisi Youth Television Center.

9:00 P.M. - One Hour Local Special: 2016 GHS Jazz Band Concert
Germantown High School jazz band presents its annual jazz concert.

10:00 P.M. - Movie #91: The Shooting
A mysterious woman persuades two cowboys to help her in a revenge scheme.

wednesday


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

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 “Ring a Ding” Episode 5.

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. Episode 1.

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

3:00 A.M. - Living Well
Host William Kenley is joined by Bariatric Surgeon Dr. George Woodman to discuss obesity and surgical options for weight loss.

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 “Food for Thought” Episode 2.

4:00 A.M. - Movie #92: Silver Blaze
Twenty years after the case of "The Hound of the Baskervilles," Holmes and Watson are invited to the country estate of Sir Henry Baskerville so that Holmes can recover from a nagging illness. Of course, Holmes becomes involved in two murders and the theft of Silver Blaze, a champion race horse.

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

7:00 A.M. - Words that Cook
A half-hour of fun-filled entertainment for parents with children from 1-12. Today’s show titled "Reading Starts with Interests" discusses building a family library, gestural language, and techniques for introducing new books to young children. Episode 1.

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 6.

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 Jeff prepare Old Fashioned Pecan Pie, Pumpkin Maple Cake and Cranberry Oat Crunch!

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.

9:00 A.M. - Clean Green Living
Today on Clean Green Living, host Leslie Reichert is going to show you how to clean four different types of flooring and introduce you to a new segment called "cool tools".

9:30 A.M. - Crosstalk
Check out this special edition of GHS-TV’s award winning talk show Crosstalk! Join host Sara Mayers as she discusses the lasting impression of William Faulkner while at his historic home, Rowan Oak.

10:00 A.M. - Travel TV
Join us for a short trip through the world of travel with traveltelevision.org, a magazine format show that tells stories of volunteers in the Gulf Coast region and offers information about novel travel companies, opportunities and Websites. Episode 165.

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 an ancient lost city, a unsolved hijacking of a plane, a night where the sky was on fire, and a mysterious individual visiting a grave each year. Also featuring Campfire segments on Christopher Columbus, Walt Disney, Aladdin, and Medusa.

11:00 A.M. - One Hour Local Special: On the Road with Emil
Award winning documentarian Hubert Sauper takes a behind the scenes look at an Austrian circus as it travels from town to town.

12:00 P.M. - Movie #93: Snow White
This live action version of the classic fairytale is for all ages.

2:00 P.M. - Half Hour Local Special: 2012 Shakespeare Competition
Watch the final round of the 2012 Shakespeare Competition.

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 Jeff prepare Old Fashioned Pecan Pie, Pumpkin Maple Cake and Cranberry Oat Crunch!

3:00 P.M. - Ernest Chism Speaker Series
Ernest L Chism Speaker Series: Jourdan Urbach… Violin prodigy Jourdan Urbach speaks with Germantown High School students about his musical and philanthropic career.

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 201.

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 “Food for Thought” Episode 2.

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

6:00 P.M. - Clean Green Living
Today on Clean Green Living, host Leslie Reichert is going to show you how to clean four different types of flooring and introduce you to a new segment called "cool tools".

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 “Ring a Ding” Episode 5.

7:00 P.M. - Crosstalk
Check out this special edition of GHS-TV’s award winning talk show Crosstalk! Join host Sara Mayers as she discusses the lasting impression of William Faulkner while at his historic home, Rowan Oak.

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 an ancient lost city, a unsolved hijacking of a plane, a night where the sky was on fire, and a mysterious individual visiting a grave each year. Also featuring Campfire segments on Christopher Columbus, Walt Disney, Aladdin, and Medusa.

8:00 P.M. - One Hour National Special: The Miracle Men
In this original film by John Oldford, three idealistic Confederate soldiers with quick senses and the best of intentions, encounter an assumed bounty hunter.

9:00 P.M. - One Hour Local Special: Hubert Sauper in the Classroom
Austrian filmmaker Hubert Sauper speaks with students on the are of filmmaking.

10:00 P.M. - Movie #94: Something to Sing About
A fun-filled, long unseen example of Depression-Era escapism, where everyone can sing on-key, dance like a gazelle, and everything turns out all right in the end.

thursday


12:00 A.M. - Classic Art Showcase
Classic arts performances from the world of dance, music, and theater. CAS-200708-174

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 “Desert Justice" Episode 5. BON-200506-123

2:00 A.M. - Crosstalk
Check out this special edition of GHS-TV’s award winning talk show Crosstalk! Join host Sara Mayers as she discusses the lasting impression of William Faulkner while at his historic home, Rowan Oak. CRO-201516-025

2:30 A.M. - Inspiring Leaders
Our host, Donna Chandler Newman, talks with Teresa Schwartz, Brittany Pellegra, and Greg Morris, all from the Memphis Oral School for the Deaf, to talk about this year’s very special treasure in the heart of Germantown. INS-201718-001

3:00 A.M. - Children’s Play: Rip-Rappinstiltskin
Germantown High School students perform an original one-act play that puts a contemporary twist on the timeless children's tale, Rumpelstiltskin. SPE-000000-126

4:00 A.M. - Movie #95: The Son of Monte Cristo
Through labyrinths, underground rivers, and palace rooms, this masked avenger battles the tyrant and wins the heart of the lady. MOV-000000-095

6:00 A.M. - Classic Art Showcase
Classic arts performances from the world of dance, music, and theater. CAS-200708-175

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 is titled “Mallet Plane” Episode 16. GAR-201617-016

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 “Super, Simple, & Fun” Episode 10. KAC-200910-010

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. On this episode we enjoy the best of summer! From an ecotourism adventure in the greenest city in North America and cool eco-travel gadgets to get you there, we've got everything you need to plan that last-minute summer vacation. CLV-201617-009

8:30 A.M. - Classic TV: One Step Beyond
Watch another episode of this scf-fi thiller starring John Newland: “Ordeal on Locust Street” Episode 5. OSB-201617-005

9:00 A.M. - Living Well
Host William Kenley is joined by Bariatric Surgeon Dr. George Woodman to discuss obesity and surgical options for weight loss. LWE-201617-004

9:30 A.M. - Inspiring Leaders
Our host, Donna Chandler Newman, talks with Teresa Schwartz, Brittany Pellegra, and Greg Morris, all from the Memphis Oral School for the Deaf, to talk about this year’s very special treasure in the heart of Germantown. INS-201718-001

10:00 A.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

10:30 A.M. - Let’s Talk Money
Laurinda Ingram talks about taxes and her insight and guidance on the subject. LTM-201718-001

11:00 A.M. - Economic Club of Memphis
Christopher B. Leinberger, Professor and Founding Director of the Graduate Real Estate Development Program at the University of Michigan, shares his perspective regarding urbanization of areas throughout the United States. SPE-000000-215

12:00 P.M. - Movie #96: The Southerner
This stirring drama is a realistic portrayal of the meager life of a migrant worker who tries to make a go of it on a farm of his own. MOV-000000-096

2:00 P.M. - Shelby County Schools Report
On this month’s Shelby County Schools Report, we take you inside East High School new T-STEM academy. We’ll introduce you to a principal who answered the call to serve our country and students. We hit gridiron with Coach Rodney Saulsberry who is making a difference on and off the field and fly high with a program training tomorrow’s pilots. SCS-201718-002

2:30 P.M. - Fast Forward: Contemporary Science Fiction
In Episode #284 of Fast Forward: Contemporary Science Fiction, we feature an interview with author, editor, and publisher Bill Campbell. Mr. Campbell talks about the most recent developments at his company, Rosarium Publishing. He discusses several recent book projects, including one of stories inspired by the works of Samuel (Chip) Delany, an anthology of Southeast Asian "Steampunk" stories, and a book of essays and comics dealing with the current problem of police brutality in America. In addition, Mr. Campbell talks about several comic and graphic novel projects currently being produced by Rosarium. FFW-201718-284 *

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. On this episode we enjoy the best of summer! From an ecotourism adventure in the greenest city in North America and cool eco-travel gadgets to get you there, we've got everything you need to plan that last-minute summer vacation. CLV-201617-009

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 is titled “Mallet Plane” Episode 16. GAR-201617-016

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 Jeff prepare Old Fashioned Pecan Pie, Pumpkin Maple Cake and Cranberry Oat Crunch! EWH-201718-305

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-200607-500

5:00 P.M. - Classic Art Showcase
Classic arts performances from the world of dance, music, and theater. CAS-200708-176

6:00 P.M. - Living Well
Host William Kenley is joined by Bariatric Surgeon Dr. George Woodman to discuss obesity and surgical options for weight loss. LWE-201617-004

6:30 P.M. - Inspiring Leaders
Our host, Donna Chandler Newman, talks with Teresa Schwartz, Brittany Pellegra, and Greg Morris, all from the Memphis Oral School for the Deaf, to talk about this year’s very special treasure in the heart of Germantown. INS-201718-001

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 “Desert Justice" Episode 5. BON-200506-123

8:00 P.M. - Shelby County Schools Report
On this month’s Shelby County Schools Report, we take you inside East High School new T-STEM academy. We’ll introduce you to a principal who answered the call to serve our country and students. We hit gridiron with Coach Rodney Saulsberry who is making a difference on and off the field and fly high with a program training tomorrow’s pilots. SCS-201718-002

8:30 P.M. - Let’s Talk Money
Laurinda Ingram talks about taxes and her insight and guidance on the subject. LTM-201718-001

9:00 P.M. - One Hour Local Special: Kathy Bates Workshop
An interview with Academy Award winner Kathy Bates at Germantown High School. SPE-000000-046

10:00 P.M. - Friday Night Fright Movie Selection #107: Terror Creatures From the Grave
An attorney arrives at a castle to settle the estate of its recently deceased owner whose spirit still roams the castle. MOV-000000-107

friday


12:00 A.M. - Classic Art Showcase
Classic arts performances from the world of dance, music, and theater. CAS-200708-177

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 feature the trumpeter, composer and band leader Clifford Brown...aka: “Brownie". JCL-201617-001

3:00 A.M. - Thrive
THRIVE is a talk show that provides useful and insightful information about living with cancer. This week's program is titled "Cancer & Divorce." Episode 17. TVE-200708-018

3:30 A.M. - Crosstalk Classic
The talented team behind the aerialist performances of Starfish Circus sit down for an interview on GHS-TV’s award-winning show Crosstalk. CCR-201617-012

4:00 A.M. - Movie #97: Stagecoach
In this classic John Ford film, nine strange people take off on what should be a simple stagecoach trip. MOV-000000-097

6:00 A.M. - Classic Art Showcase
Classic arts performances from the world of dance, music, and theater. CAS-200708-178

7:00 A.M. - Words that Cook
A half-hour of fun-filled entertainment for parents with children from 1-12. Today’s show titled "Storytelling: When! Why! How!" explores the tradition of storytelling and features a segment with experienced storytellers Eshu Bumpus and Motoko. Episode 2. WTC-200506-002

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 9.NDT-200506-009

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 1. DVD-200506-004.

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 - Children’s Play: Rip-Rappinstiltskin
Germantown High School students perform an original one-act play that puts a contemporary twist on the timeless children's tale, Rumpelstiltskin. SPE-000000-126

10:00 A.M - One Hour Local Special: 2016 GHS Jazz Band Concert
Germantown High School jazz band presents its annual jazz concert. SPE-000000-313

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. SPK-201617-013

12:00 P.M. - Movie #98: A Star Born
It's a story of Hollywood that proves success always has its price. A young starlet is on the rise, while her husband's career is falling apart. Can love survive? MOV-000000-098

2:00 P.M. - Half Hour Local Special: Remembering Our Past, Imagining Our Future
This documentary chronicles the teaching techniques of six outstanding Shelby County Schools educators. SPE-000000-108

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: August Wilson’s “Fences,” a lecture by Dr. Ladrica Menson-furr
Dr. Ladrica Menson-furr lectures on the play Fences by August Wilson. SPE-000000-308

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-200708-179

6:00 P.M. - Crosstalk Classic
The talented team behind the aerialist performances of Starfish Circus sit down for an interview on GHS-TV’s award-winning show Crosstalk. CCR-201617-012

6:30 P.M. - Let’s Talk Money
Laurinda Ingram talks about taxes and her insight and guidance on the subject. LTM-201718-001

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. Episode 2. PDF-200708-008

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 286. CJS-201213-286

8:00 A.M - One Hour Local Special: Moments in Time: Celebrating 25 Years of the Poplar Pike Playhouse
Five time Emmy Award winner David Hershey has created this commemorative documentary saluting the 25 year anniversary of the Poplar Pike Playhouse. SPE-000000-007

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 feature the trumpeter, composer and band leader Clifford Brown...aka: “Brownie". JCL-201617-001

10:00 P.M. - Movie #99: The Strange Love of Martha Ivers
This tragic romance story spans an eighteen-year period in the life of Martha Ivers, a woman buried alive beneath an avalanche of guilt and twisted fear. MOV-000000-099

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