Highlights of the Week*

Sunday, July 15th - Saturday, July 21st

SUNDAY

12:00 A.M. - Classic Art Showcase
Classic arts performances from the world of dance, music, and theater. CAS-200405-003

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 3. 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. This week’s episode is “One Man’s Meat”. RBH-200708-008

2:00 A.M. - Classic Art Showcase
Classic arts performances from the world of dance, music, and theater. CAS-200405-004

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, “Smallmouth on Lake Eerie”. Episode 10. BWD-200506-010

3:30 A.M. - Sharing Miracles
Sharing Miracles, hosted by cancer survivor Billy Tauzin, features compelling and inspirational patient health care stories. This month’s show “At Home Helping People” highlights the health crisis faced by Academy Award winner Marcia Gay Harden. SMI-200809-002

4:00 A.M. - Movie #3: American Empire
Against the panoramic expanse of the Texas plains, this classic Western saga spins a tale of two gallant Civil War heroes and their quest to build a cattle empire. MOV-000000-003

6:00 A.M. - Classic Art Showcase
Classic arts performances from the world of dance, music, and theater. CAS-200405-005

7:00 A.M. - Classic TV: Dragnet
Each week watch another episode of this famous cops and robbers series starring Jack Webb. This week’s title is “Hit and Run”. DRA-200506-005

7:30 A.M. - Classic TV: Sergeant Preston of the Yukon
Today, watch a mini-marathon of episodes of this adventure series starring Richard Simmons as the turn-of-the-century Canadian Mounted Policeman. SPY-200506-107

8:00 A.M. - Facing History and Ourselves
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
John Engler, former Governor of Michigan and President of the National Association of Manufacturers, speaks on behalf of the 12 million Americans who are directly employed by United States manufacturers. SPE-000000-202

10:00 A.M. - One Hour Specialty: Jerome Lawrence Forum
*"Inherit the Wind" playwright Jerome Lawrence holds a seminar at Germantown High School. SPE-000000-154

11:00 A.M. - One Hour Specialty: Night of One Acts 5 x 10
Students from the Germantown High School advanced acting and production workshop classes showcase their original works. SPE-000000-264*

12:00 P.M. - Crosstalk
Host Scarlett Simpson learns more about the renovation of the former Sears building into Crosstown Concourse as well as health and education resources within the 1.5 million square foot building. CRO-201718-011.

12:30 P.M. - Red Devil Post Game
On this final edition of Red Devil Post Game we take a look back at the Red Devil's season for the 2017-2018 school year. We also have exclusive interviews with a Memphis Grizzlies player, Jacksonville Jaguars' TE Mychal Rivera, and Terence Patterson, honorable former quarterback of the GHS Red Devil football team and Harvard alumnus. RPG-201718-005

1:30 P.M. - Let’s Talk Money
Join us this month on Let's Talk Money as we speak to Allison Nokes, the co-founder of SILQ-EDU. LTM-201718-006

2:00 P.M. - Living Well
Host William Kenley explores medical treatments and wellness topics. This month, William Kenley talks with Jessica Puckett about acupuncture, who it can help, and how it can complement traditional medicine. LWE-201314-003

2:30 P.M. - Inspiring Leaders
Today we will talk with the executive director and board member of the Special Olympics to discuss the physical fitness activities that the program provides; but more importantly, we will discuss the opportunities that allow the participants to demonstrate courage, experience joy, and to share the skills and friendships gained in the process. INS-201718-005

3:00 P.M. - Cable Quiz
The new season of Cable Quiz is back! Rodney McKinner hosts the academic gameshow that challenges Germantown High School’s brightest students! CQZ-201718-001*

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-201011-707

4:00 P.M. - One Hour Specialty: 2008 Winter Band Concert
*The Germantown High School Band presents its annual winter concert. SPE-000000-180

5:00 P.M. - One Hour Specialty: Susan Marshall Firefly
Singer/songwriter Susan Marshall returns to the Poplar Pike Playhouse stage to perform songs from her latest album Firefly. Special guest appearances by talented GHS music students fill out the evening's fare. SPE-000000-066

6:00 P.M. - Half Hour Specialty: Germans 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
Classic Crosstalk takes you back in time to some of the most memorable Crosstalk programs in GHS-TV history. Taped in 2007, this show features host Emily Singleton. She talks with Dr. Terrence Roberts, a famed civil rights activist and member of the “Little Rock Nine”. CCR-201112-005

7:00 P.M. - Crosstalk
Host Scarlett Simpson learns more about the renovation of the former Sears building into Crosstown Concourse as well as health and education resources within the 1.5 million square foot building. CRO-201718-011.

7:30 P.M. - Half Hour Specialty: Winter Band Concert 2008 The Germantown High School Band presents its annual winter. SPE-000000-180

*8:00 P.M. - One Hour Specialty: V for Van Winkle Germantown High School students perform an original one-act play that puts a contemporary twist on the timeless children's tale, Rip Van Winkle. SPE-000000-139*

9:00 P.M. - One Hour Specialty: A Young People’s Concert
The Germantown Symphony Orchestra with the Germantown Community Choir present a concert for young people. SPE-000000-158

10:00 P.M. - Movie #5: Anna Karenina
This Tolstoy classic is about a married woman who falls blindly in love with an officer. MOV-000000-005


MONDAY

12:00 A.M. - Classic Art Showcase
Classic arts performances from the world of dance, music, and theater. CAS-200405-006

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 “Lucy goes to London” Episode 2. TLS-200506-500

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 we pay tribute to guitarist Wes Montgomery. JCL-201617-004

3:00 A.M. - Living Well
Host William Kenley explores medical treatments and wellness topics. This month, William Kenley talks with Jessica Puckett about acupuncture, who it can help, and how it can complement traditional medicine. LWE-201314-003

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. This week’s episode is “Fair Play”. Episode 4. RBH-200708-005

4:00 A.M. - Movie #4: Angel and the Badman
John Wayne, portraying the Badman, is wounded in a lawless skirmish and nursed back to health by Prudence Worth and her God-fearing family. Will his love for the high-principled Prudence overcome his desire for revenge? MOV-000000-004

6:00 A.M. - Classic Art Showcase
Classic arts performances from the world of dance, music, and theater. CAS-200405-007

7:00 A.M. - Words that Cook
This month's show titled "Finding Inspiration for Writing" introduces different techniques that can be used to encourage children to write. Episode 8. WTC-200506-008

7:30 A.M. - National Gallery of Art
This film tells the unique story of Audubon’s artistic development and his uncompromising devotion to publishing The Birds of America. Episode 4. NGA-200506-004

8:00 A.M. - Cooking and Kids
Turning instant soup into a nutritious and delicious homemade meal -These simple and easy instructions will encourage everyone, even those who think they can't cook, to get into a kitchen and turn ordinary "instant" food into an amazing homemade meal. Our special guest Hunter joins us in this episode to prove that even kids could do this...Good food is even better when shared with family and friends....which means it's time for a family time. CAK-201718-002

8:30 A.M. - Classic TV: One Step Beyond
Watch more episodes of this scf-fi thiller starring John Newland OSB-201617-003

9:00 A.M. - Red Devil Post Game
On this final edition of Red Devil Post Game we take a look back at the Red Devil's season for the 2017-2018 school year. We also have exclusive interviews with a Memphis Grizzlies player, Jacksonville Jaguars' TE Mychal Rivera, and Terence Patterson, honorable former quarterback of the GHS Red Devil football team and Harvard alumnus. RPG-201718-005

9:30 A.M. - Crosstalk
Host Scarlett Simpson learns more about the renovation of the former Sears building into Crosstown Concourse as well as health and education resources within the 1.5 million square foot building. CRO-201718-011.

10:00 A.M. – Sidewalks Entertainment Recorded at Silicon Valley Comic Con, SIDEWALKS host Richard R. Lee talks to actor Sam J. Jones (“Flash Gordon,” “Ted”) and host Lori Rosales interviews aliens from “Galaxy Quest” (performed by cosplayers). Plus, music by The Dukes ("Black Hole Love") and Kobra and The Lotus ("Light Me Up"). SWS-201718-001

10:30 A.M. - Folklorist
NewTV is proud to present the seventh episode of The Folklorist. Host John Horrigan explores a heroic tale of two men caught on an enemy occupied island, how a tornado saved our nation's capital, and a mysterious figure who frightened the English countryside in the 1800s. Also featuring Campfire segments on Thomas Edison, Gertrude Ederle, and The Trojan Horse. FLK-201718-007

11:30 A.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. FFW-201617-289

12:00 P.M. - Movie #6:The Ape Man
A mysterious serum turns a scientist into an ape-like creature that goes on a mad rampage through a neighborhood. MOV-000000-006

2:00 P.M. - Shelby County Schools Report
We look back a at the schools of Shelby County Schools Report in this compilation show. SCS-201718-006

2:30 P.M. - Cooking and Kids
Turning instant soup into a nutritious and delicious homemade meal -These simple and easy instructions will encourage everyone, even those who think they can't cook, to get into a kitchen and turn ordinary "instant" food into an amazing homemade meal. Our special guest Hunter joins us in this episode to prove that even kids could do this...Good food is even better when shared with family and friends....which means it's time for a family time. CAK-201718-002

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-201011-709

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. This week’s episode is “The York Treasure”. Episode 2. RBH-200708-017

5:00 P.M. - Classic Art Showcase
Classic arts performances from the world of dance, music, and theater. CAS-200405-008

6:00 P.M. - Red Devil Post Game
On this final edition of Red Devil Post Game we take a look back at the Red Devil's season for the 2017-2018 school year. We also have exclusive interviews with a Memphis Grizzlies player, Jacksonville Jaguars' TE Mychal Rivera, and Terence Patterson, honorable former quarterback of the GHS Red Devil football team and Harvard alumnus. RPG-201718-005

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 meets the Law” Episode 3. TLS-200506-500

7:00 P.M. - Crosstalk
Host Scarlett Simpson learns more about the renovation of the former Sears building into Crosstown Concourse as well as health and education resources within the 1.5 million square foot building. CRO-201718-011.

7:30 P.M. - Folklorist
NewTV is proud to present the seventh episode of The Folklorist. Host John Horrigan explores a heroic tale of two men caught on an enemy occupied island, how a tornado saved our nation's capital, and a mysterious figure who frightened the English countryside in the 1800s. Also featuring Campfire segments on Thomas Edison, Gertrude Ederle, and The Trojan Horse. FLK-201718-007

8:00 P.M. - Shelby County Schools Report We look back a at the schools of Shelby County Schools Report in this compilation show. SCS-201718-006

8:30 P.M. – Sidewalks Entertainment Recorded at Silicon Valley Comic Con, SIDEWALKS host Richard R. Lee talks to actor Sam J. Jones (“Flash Gordon,” “Ted”) and host Lori Rosales interviews aliens from “Galaxy Quest” (performed by cosplayers). Plus, music by The Dukes ("Black Hole Love") and Kobra and The Lotus ("Light Me Up"). SWS-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 we pay tribute to guitarist Wes Montgomery. JCL-201617-004*

10:00 P.M. - Movie #7: As You Like It
Can true love find a way, and can brothers be reconciled and harmony restored? MOV-000000-007


tuesday

12:00 A.M. - Classic Art Showcase
Classic arts performances from the world of dance, music, and theater. CAS-200405-009

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 Spanish Grunt" Episode 2. BON-200506-120

2:00 A.M. - Crosstalk
Host Scarlett Simpson learns more about the renovation of the former Sears building into Crosstown Concourse as well as health and education resources within the 1.5 million square foot building. CRO-201718-011.

2:30 A.M. - Inspiring Leaders
Today we will talk with the executive director and board member of the Special Olympics to discuss the physical fitness activities that the program provides; but more importantly, we will discuss the opportunities that allow the participants to demonstrate courage, experience joy, and to share the skills and friendships gained in the process. INS-201718-005

3:00 A.M. -Children’s Play: Chicken Little’s Eggcellent Adventure
Germantown High School students perform an original one-act play that puts a contemporary twist on the timeless children's tale, Chicken Little. SPE-000000-317*

4:00 A.M. - Movie #8: Beachcomber
Based on a story by Somerset Maugham, Ginger Ted, an intelligent but drunken Englishman, is facing deportation when an outbreak of fever on a neighboring island gives him a reprieve. MOV-000000-008

6:00 A.M. - Classic Art Showcase
Classic arts performances from the world of dance, music, and theater. CAS-200405-010

7:00 A.M. - Garage with Steve Butler
Have a small shop space? Need a work bench? In this episode, Steve shows you how to build a rock-solid work bench using off the shelf materials. This workbench won't break the bank, and is perfect for the small shop space. GAR-201718-021

7:30 A.M. - NASA 360
Bringing the Future into Focus (Program 17) is an informative program exploring NASA's current aeronautical research and development programs. This month’s show examines the future of food technology on long duration missions. NDT-200506-016

8:00 A.M. - Conscious Living
On this episode, we are headed back to school, for real. First, we get ready for a day of learning with a breakfast powerhouse, a delicious homemade raw granola recipe from vegan man. Then class is in session with a visit to a public school in Chicago that is breaking the mold for creating future leaders. We hit the books in the virtual classroom with Dr. T. Colin Campbell of Cornell University, author of the China Study to get an education on nutrition and the surprising causes of chronic disease in the U.S. Finally, we enjoy a long recess with a visit to California's nouveau hippie paradise, the Ojai Valley. All this and more on Conscious Living. CLV-201718-022

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 month’s show takes a look at drawing different kinds of tails. Episode number 10. DWM-201112-010

9:00 A.M. - Living Well
Host William Kenley explores medical treatments and wellness topics. This month, William Kenley talks with Jessica Puckett about acupuncture, who it can help, and how it can complement traditional medicine. LWE-201314-003

9:30 A.M. - Inspiring Leaders
Today we will talk with the executive director and board member of the Special Olympics to discuss the physical fitness activities that the program provides; but more importantly, we will discuss the opportunities that allow the participants to demonstrate courage, experience joy, and to share the skills and friendships gained in the process. INS-201718-005

10:00 A.M. - One Hour Specialty: Wicked Easy
The Austrian based English Lovers Comedy Troupe along with students at Germantown High School present their annual night of improvisational sketches, songs, and dance. SPE-000000-075

11:00 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

12:00 P.M. - Movie #9:Beat the Devil
This hilarious offbeat satire of mystery films was written by Truman Capote. MOV-000000-009

2:00 P.M. – AMERICANA: The Bully. & The Relaxed Wife & Ike for President
A look at Oil use and consumption in a great short cartoon from the late 40's. A 1953 introduction to Bio Warfare and a short film on the streamlining of transportation. AMA-201718-120

2:30 P.M. - Fast Forward: Contemporary Science Fiction
Episode #288 of Fast Forward: Contemporary Science Fiction features an interview with author Maria V. Snyder. Ms. Snyder talks about Shadow Study, Night Study, and Dawn Study, the latest trilogy of books in her Poison Study series. She describes the challenges of creating new "prequel" stories for her characters without disturbing the established timeline. Ms. Snyder also talks about her recent trip to an Australian convention, the release of her Poison Study books in Japan, her short fiction projects based in the Poison Study universe (released primarily as e-books) and her series of writing advice articles. FFW-201617-288

3:00 P.M. - Conscious Living
On this episode, we are headed back to school, for real. First, we get ready for a day of learning with a breakfast powerhouse, a delicious homemade raw granola recipe from vegan man. Then class is in session with a visit to a public school in Chicago that is breaking the mold for creating future leaders. We hit the books in the virtual classroom with Dr. T. Colin Campbell of Cornell University, author of the China Study to get an education on nutrition and the surprising causes of chronic disease in the U.S. Finally, we enjoy a long recess with a visit to California's nouveau hippie paradise, the Ojai Valley. All this and more on Conscious Living. CLV-201718-022

3:30 P.M. - Garage with Steve Butler
Have a small shop space? Need a work bench? In this episode, Steve shows you how to build a rock-solid work bench using off the shelf materials. This workbench won't break the bank, and is perfect for the small shop space. GAR-201718-021

4:00 P.M. - Cooking and Kids
Turning instant soup into a nutritious and delicious homemade meal -These simple and easy instructions will encourage everyone, even those who think they can't cook, to get into a kitchen and turn ordinary "instant" food into an amazing homemade meal. Our special guest Hunter joins us in this episode to prove that even kids could do this...Good food is even better when shared with family and friends....which means it's time for a family time. CAK-201718-002

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 3. SLH-200607-600

5:00 P.M. - Classic Art Showcase
Classic arts performances from the world of dance, music, and theater. CAS-200405-011

6:00 P.M. - Living Well
Host William Kenley explores medical treatments and wellness topics. This month, William Kenley talks with Jessica Puckett about acupuncture, who it can help, and how it can complement traditional medicine. LWE-201314-003

6:30 P.M. - Inspiring Leaders
Today we will talk with the executive director and board member of the Special Olympics to discuss the physical fitness activities that the program provides; but more importantly, we will discuss the opportunities that allow the participants to demonstrate courage, experience joy, and to share the skills and friendships gained in the process. INS-201718-005

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 Spanish Grunt" Episode 2. BON-200506-120

8:00 P.M. - One Hour Specialty: Kathy Bates Workshop
An interview with Academy Award winner Kathy Bates at Germantown High School. SPE-000000-046

9:00 P.M. - One Hour Specialty: Willkommen
Students from Germantown High School and Wilhelm von Humboldt Gymnasium in Germany present a collection of improvisational scenes, songs, and comedic sketches. The show is directed by the English Lovers Improvisational team from Vienna, Austria. SPE-000000-076

10:00 P.M. - Movie #10: The Big Cat
Two families are battling for the water rights in their barren territory and to make matters worse there's a ferocious feline killer on the loose. MOV-000000-010


12:00 A.M. - Classic Art Showcase
Classic arts performances from the world of dance, music, and theater. CAS-200405-013

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 entitled "Menopause & Anti-aging." Episode 1. TVE-200708-600

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 “More Breakfast Ideas.” Episode 24. KAC-200910-024

2:00 A.M. - Classic Art Showcase
Classic arts performances from the world of dance, music, and theater. CAS-200405-014

*3:00 A.M. - AMERICANA: Safety Patrol and A Challenge of Ideas Edward R. Murrow *A look at door to door salesmen of the early 1950's in From the ground up. Also included a shot film of some classic TV commercials of the 1940's. AMA-201718-121

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 2007, this show features host Emily Singleton. She talks with Dr. Terrence Roberts, a famed civil rights activist and member of the “Little Rock Nine”. CCR-201112-005

*4:00 A.M. - Movie #11: Blackbeard Pirate
Honest Edward Maynard finds himself serving as the ship's surgeon under the infamous pirate Blackbeard. MOV-000000-011

6:00 A.M. - Classic Art Showcase
Classic arts performances from the world of dance, music, and theater. CAS-200405-015

7:00 A.M. - Sharing Miracles
Sharing Miracles, hosted by cancer survivor Billy Tauzin, features compelling and inspirational patient health care stories. This month’s show “At Home Helping People” highlights the health crisis faced by Academy Award winner Marcia Gay Harden. SMI-200809-002

7:30 A.M. - National Gallery of Art
This film evokes a sense of the atmosphere that inspired Picasso and traces the process through which curators and conservators discovered earlier compositions- thought to have been lost- beneath the surface of Picasso’s painting, Family of Saltimbanques. Episode 6. NGA-200506-006

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 more episodes of this scf-fi thiller starring John Newland OSB-201617-003

9:00 A.M. - Children’s Play: Chicken Little’s Eggcellent Adventure
Germantown High School students perform an original one-act play that puts a contemporary twist on the timeless children's tale, Chicken Little. SPE-000000-317*

10:00 A.M. - Cable Quiz
The new season of Cable Quiz is back! Rodney McKinner hosts the academic gameshow that challenges Germantown High School’s brightest students! CQZ-201718-002*

10:30 A.M. - Let’s Talk Money
Join us this month on Let's Talk Money as we speak to Allison Nokes, the co-founder of SILQ-EDU. LTM-201718-006

11:00 A.M. - Songspeak Conversations on the Art and Craft of Songwriting
Songspeak is a collaborative project between MTSU’s Recording Industry Department and ASCAP. Host Hal Newman interviews Nashville songwriters about the art and craft of writing songs. This month’s guest is Chris DuBois. Episode 10. SPK-201617-010

12:00 P.M. - Movie #12: Blood on the Sun
An American reporter in Japan around 1929 steals the infamous "Tanaka Plan" with help from a Eurasian secret agent. MOV-000000-012

2:00 P.M. - Shelby County Schools Report
We look back a at the schools of Shelby County Schools Report in this compilation show. SCS-201718-006*

2:30 P.M. - Facing History and Ourselves
Nina Katz, a Holocaust survivor, discusses her experience in Nazi Germany during the war. FHO-200708-003

3:30 P.M. - One Hour Specialty: Throwdown in G-Town III The Austrian-based English Lovers Comedy Troupe, along with students at Germantown High School, present their annual night of improvisational sketches, songs, and dance. SPE-000000-176

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-200405-016

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 2007, this show features host Emily Singleton. She talks with Dr. Terrence Roberts, a famed civil rights activist and member of the “Little Rock Nine”. CCR-201112-005

6:30 P.M. - Let’s Talk Money
Join us this month on Let's Talk Money as we speak to Allison Nokes, the co-founder of SILQ-EDU. LTM-201718-006

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. This week’s show features Iman, Roger Williams, and Racheal Ray. CJS-000000-101

8:00 P.M. - Shelby County Schools Report
We look back a at the schools of Shelby County Schools Report in this compilation show. SCS-201718-006

9:00 P.M. - One Hour Specialty: Spring Choral Concert 2011 The Germantown High School Choral Music Department presents its annual spring concert. SPE-000000-220

10:00 P.M. - Movie #13: Boy in the Plastic Bubble
A young man with immune deficiencies must grow up in a specially controlled plastic environment. MOV-000000-013

wednesday


12:00 A.M. - Classic Art Showcase
Classic arts performances from the world of dance, music, and theater. CAS-200405-017

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. TLS-200506-005*

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-200405-018

3:00 A.M. - Living Well
Host William Kenley explores medical treatments and wellness topics. This month, William Kenley talks with Jessica Puckett about acupuncture, who it can help, and how it can complement traditional medicine. LWE-201314-003

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. This week’s episode is “Isabella”. RBH-200708-028

4:00 A.M. - Movie #14: Captain Kidd
Charles Laughton stars as a ruthless, greedy pirate who seeks a buried treasure and a little romance out on the open sea. MOV-000000-014

6:00 A.M. - Classic Art Showcase
Classic arts performances from the world of dance, music, and theater. CAS-200405-020

7:00 A.M. - Words that Cook
This month's show titled "Home-School Connections" examines techniques on how to get young children reading and methods parents can use to give their children a head start as they begin to explore literature. Episode 12. WTC-200506-012

7:30 A.M. - AMERICANA: The Town and the Telephone A film made in the 40's teaching ordinary folks the virtues of using a bank and The Wheel of Progress a film about household conveniences of the period. AMA-201718-122

8:00 A.M. - Cooking and Kids
Turning instant soup into a nutritious and delicious homemade meal -These simple and easy instructions will encourage everyone, even those who think they can't cook, to get into a kitchen and turn ordinary "instant" food into an amazing homemade meal. Our special guest Hunter joins us in this episode to prove that even kids could do this...Good food is even better when shared with family and friends....which means it's time for a family time. CAK-201718-002

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 month’s show features a trip to the library. Episode number 1 DWM-201112-001

9:00 A.M. - Red Devil Post Game
On this final edition of Red Devil Post Game we take a look back at the Red Devil's season for the 2017-2018 school year. We also have exclusive interviews with a Memphis Grizzlies player, Jacksonville Jaguars' TE Mychal Rivera, and Terence Patterson, honorable former quarterback of the GHS Red Devil football team and Harvard alumnus. RPG-201718-005

9:30 A.M. - Crosstalk
Host Scarlett Simpson learns more about the renovation of the former Sears building into Crosstown Concourse as well as health and education resources within the 1.5 million square foot building. CRO-201718-011.

10:00 A.M. –Sidewalks Entertainment
Recorded at Silicon Valley Comic Con, SIDEWALKS host Richard R. Lee talks to actor Sam J. Jones (“Flash Gordon,” “Ted”) and host Lori Rosales interviews aliens from “Galaxy Quest” (performed by cosplayers). Plus, music by The Dukes ("Black Hole Love") and Kobra and The Lotus ("Light Me Up"). SWS-201718-001

10:30 A.M. - Folklorist
NewTV is proud to present the seventh episode of The Folklorist. Host John Horrigan explores a heroic tale of two men caught on an enemy occupied island, how a tornado saved our nation's capital, and a mysterious figure who frightened the English countryside in the 1800s. Also featuring Campfire segments on Thomas Edison, Gertrude Ederle, and The Trojan Horse. FLK-201718-007

11:00 A.M. - One Hour Specialty: 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. - Movie #15: Charade
Romance and suspense in Paris, as a woman is pursued by several men who want a fortune her murdered husband had stolen. Who can she trust? MOV-000000-015

2:00 P.M. - Half Hour Specialty: Peanut Butter & Jam Sessions
The Germantown Performing Arts Centre's acclaimed children's concert series features host Susan Pertalion. SPE-000000-102

2:30 P.M. - Cooking and Kids
Turning instant soup into a nutritious and delicious homemade meal -These simple and easy instructions will encourage everyone, even those who think they can't cook, to get into a kitchen and turn ordinary "instant" food into an amazing homemade meal. Our special guest Hunter joins us in this episode to prove that even kids could do this...Good food is even better when shared with family and friends....which means it's time for a family time. CAK-201718-002

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-201011-713

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. “Ransom”. RBH-200708-023

5:00 P.M. - Classic Art Showcase
Classic arts performances from the world of dance, music, and theater. CAS-200405-021

6:00 P.M. - Red Devil Post Game
On this final edition of Red Devil Post Game we take a look back at the Red Devil's season for the 2017-2018 school year. We also have exclusive interviews with a Memphis Grizzlies player, Jacksonville Jaguars' TE Mychal Rivera, and Terence Patterson, honorable former quarterback of the GHS Red Devil football team and Harvard alumnus.RPG-201718-005

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 Paul Winchell” Episode 1. TLS-200506-500

7:00 P.M. - Crosstalk
Host Scarlett Simpson learns more about the renovation of the former Sears building into Crosstown Concourse as well as health and education resources within the 1.5 million square foot building. CRO-201718-011.

7:30 P.M. - Folklorist
NewTV is proud to present the seventh episode of The Folklorist. Host John Horrigan explores a heroic tale of two men caught on an enemy occupied island, how a tornado saved our nation's capital, and a mysterious figure who frightened the English countryside in the 1800s. Also featuring Campfire segments on Thomas Edison, Gertrude Ederle, and The Trojan Horse. FLK-201718-007

8:00 P.M. - AMERICANA: Are you Popular & Bacteria Friend or Foe & New Orleans?
A 1940's version of how to get a date to the Jr. Prom and short video on Office Etiquette 1950's style.AMA-201718-123

8:30 P.M. – Sidewalks Entertainment
Recorded at Silicon Valley Comic Con, SIDEWALKS host Richard R. Lee talks to actor Sam J. Jones (“Flash Gordon,” “Ted”) and host Lori Rosales interviews aliens from “Galaxy Quest” (performed by cosplayers). Plus, music by The Dukes ("Black Hole Love") and Kobra and The Lotus ("Light Me Up"). SWS-201718-001

9:00 P.M. - One Hour Specialty: 100 Visions
This documentary chronicles the cultural exchange between Germantown High School and the Moscow International Film School. SPE-000000-015

10:00 P.M. - Movie #16 : Cyrano de Bergerac
A tragic wit flawed by a big nose employs a handsome man to speak his words and gain the love of a beautiful woman. MOV-000000-016

thursday


12:00 A.M. - Classic Art Showcase
Classic arts performances from the world of dance, music, and theater. CAS-200405-022

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 Spanish Grunt" Episode 2. BON-200506-120

2:00 A.M. - Crosstalk
Host Scarlett Simpson learns more about the renovation of the former Sears building into Crosstown Concourse as well as health and education resources within the 1.5 million square foot building. CRO-201718-011.

2:30 A.M. - Inspiring Leaders
Today we will talk with the executive director and board member of the Special Olympics to discuss the physical fitness activities that the program provides; but more importantly, we will discuss the opportunities that allow the participants to demonstrate courage, experience joy, and to share the skills and friendships gained in the process. INS-201718-005

3:00 A.M. - Children’s Play: Chicken Little’s Eggcellent Adventure
Germantown High School students perform an original one-act play that puts a contemporary twist on the timeless children's tale, Chicken Little. SPE-000000-317*

4:00 A.M. - Movie #17: Daniel Boone
Boone provides gallant leadership for Kentucky settlers traveling over the mountains as he thwarts menacing Indians and the diabolical half-breed, Simon Girty. MOV-000000-017

6:00 A.M. - Classic Art Showcase
Classic arts performances from the world of dance, music, and theater. CAS-200405-023

7:00 A.M. - Garage with Steve Butler
Have a small shop space? Need a work bench? In this episode, Steve shows you how to build a rock-solid work bench using off the shelf materials. This workbench won't break the bank, and is perfect for the small shop space. GAR-201718-021

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 “Fruit” Episode 23. KAC-200910-023

8:00 A.M. - Conscious Living
On this episode, we are headed back to school, for real. First, we get ready for a day of learning with a breakfast powerhouse, a delicious homemade raw granola recipe from vegan man. Then class is in session with a visit to a public school in Chicago that is breaking the mold for creating future leaders. We hit the books in the virtual classroom with Dr. T. Colin Campbell of Cornell University, author of the China Study to get an education on nutrition and the surprising causes of chronic disease in the U.S. Finally, we enjoy a long recess with a visit to California's nouveau hippie paradise, the Ojai Valley. All this and more on Conscious Living. CLV-201718-022

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
Host William Kenley explores medical treatments and wellness topics. This month, William Kenley talks with Jessica Puckett about acupuncture, who it can help, and how it can complement traditional medicine. LWE-201314-003

9:30 A.M. - Inspiring Leaders
Today we will talk with the executive director and board member of the Special Olympics to discuss the physical fitness activities that the program provides; but more importantly, we will discuss the opportunities that allow the participants to demonstrate courage, experience joy, and to share the skills and friendships gained in the process. INS-201718-005

10:00 A.M. - Cable Quiz
Join Moderator Rodney McKinner as the two final teams compete for the title of 2018 Cable Quiz Grand Champion! CQZ-201718-003

10:30 A.M. - Let’s Talk Money
Join us this month on Let's Talk Money as we speak to Allison Nokes, the co-founder of SILQ-EDU. LTM-201718-006

11:00 A.M. - Economic Club of Memphis
Patrick R. D. Hayford, Director of the Office of the Special Advisor on Africa for the United Nations, reflects on recent changes in African politics and the well-being of its people. SPE-000000-204

12:00 P.M. - Movie #18: Dark Journey A story of intrigue and espionage is set during World War I in Stockholm, a neutral and easily accessible capital infested with spies and counterspies. Suspicion battles with love, leading to conflicting loyalties and an action packed climax. MOV-000000-018

2:00 P.M. Cooking and Kids
Turning instant soup into a nutritious and delicious homemade meal -These simple and easy instructions will encourage everyone, even those who think they can't cook, to get into a kitchen and turn ordinary "instant" food into an amazing homemade meal. Our special guest Hunter joins us in this episode to prove that even kids could do this...Good food is even better when shared with family and friends....which means it's time for a family time. CAK-201718-002

2:30 P.M. - Fast Forward: Contemporary Science Fiction
Episode #285 of Fast Forward: Contemporary Science Fiction features an interview with award winning author Charles Stross. Mr. Stross talks about two of his popular book series - The Laundry Files and The Merchant Princes. This interview was recorded on May 27th, 2016, on location at Balticon in Baltimore, MD. FFW-201617-285*

3:00 P.M. - Conscious Living
On this episode, we are headed back to school, for real. First, we get ready for a day of learning with a breakfast powerhouse, a delicious homemade raw granola recipe from vegan man. Then class is in session with a visit to a public school in Chicago that is breaking the mold for creating future leaders. We hit the books in the virtual classroom with Dr. T. Colin Campbell of Cornell University, author of the China Study to get an education on nutrition and the surprising causes of chronic disease in the U.S. Finally, we enjoy a long recess with a visit to California's nouveau hippie paradise, the Ojai Valley. All this and more on Conscious Living. CLV-201718-022

3:30 P.M. - Garage with Steve Butler
Have a small shop space? Need a work bench? In this episode, Steve shows you how to build a rock-solid work bench using off the shelf materials. This workbench won't break the bank, and is perfect for the small shop space. GAR-201718-021

4:00 P.M. - Cooking and Kids
Turning instant soup into a nutritious and delicious homemade meal -These simple and easy instructions will encourage everyone, even those who think they can't cook, to get into a kitchen and turn ordinary "instant" food into an amazing homemade meal. Our special guest Hunter joins us in this episode to prove that even kids could do this...Good food is even better when shared with family and friends....which means it's time for a family time. CAK-201718-002

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 Singing Violin” Episode 3. SLH-200607-600

5:00 P.M. - Classic Art Showcase
Classic arts performances from the world of dance, music, and theater. CAS-200405-024

6:00 P.M. - Living Well
Host William Kenley explores medical treatments and wellness topics. This month, William Kenley talks with Jessica Puckett about acupuncture, who it can help, and how it can complement traditional medicine. LWE-201314-003

6:30 P.M. - Inspiring Leaders
Today we will talk with the executive director and board member of the Special Olympics to discuss the physical fitness activities that the program provides; but more importantly, we will discuss the opportunities that allow the participants to demonstrate courage, experience joy, and to share the skills and friendships gained in the process. INS-201718-005

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 Spanish Grunt" Episode 2. BON-200506-120

8:00 P.M. - Shelby County Schools Report
We look back a at the schools of Shelby County Schools Report in this compilation show. SCS-201718-006

8:30 P.M. - Let’s Talk Money
Join us this month on Let's Talk Money as we speak to Allison Nokes, the co-founder of SILQ-EDU. LTM-201718-006

9:00 P.M. - One Hour Specialty: 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

10:00 P.M. – Friday Night Frights: The Devil’s Messenger
A 50,000-year-old woman is found frozen in an ice field, and a man's death is foretold in her dreams. MOV-000000-382*

friday


12:00 A.M. - Classic Art Showcase** Classic arts performances from the world of dance, music, and theater. CAS-200405-025*

1:00 A.M. - Songspeak Conversations on the Art and Craft of Songwriting
Songspeak is a collaborative project between MTSU’s Recording Industry Department and ASCAP. Host Hal Newman interviews Nashville songwriters about the art and craft of writing songs. This month’s guests are Tom Hambridge and Robert Ellis Orrall. Episode 11. SPK-201617-011

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 we pay tribute to guitarist Wes Montgomery. JCL-201617-004

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 entitled "Exercise & Nutrition." Episode 18. TVE-200607-018

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 2007, this show features host Emily Singleton. She talks with Dr. Terrence Roberts, a famed civil rights activist and member of the “Little Rock Nine”. CCR-201112-005

*4:00 A.M. - Movie #19: Detour
A man hitch-hiking to Hollywood is accused of murder and becomes the slave of a scheming woman with big plans. MOV-000000-019

6:00 A.M. - Classic Art Showcase
Classic arts performances from the world of dance, music, and theater. CAS-200405-026A

7:00 A.M. - Words that Cook
This month'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. - NASA 360
Bringing the Future into Focus (Program 17) is an informative program exploring NASA's current aeronautical research and development programs. This month’s show examines the future of food technology on long duration missions. NDT-200506-016

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 month’s show features a trip to the circus. Episode number 2. DWM-201112-002

9:00 A.M - Children’s Play: Chicken Little’s Eggcellent Adventure
Germantown High School students perform an original one-act play that puts a contemporary twist on the timeless children's tale, Chicken Little. SPE-000000-317*

10:00 A.M – Sidewalks Entertainment
Recorded at Silicon Valley Comic Con, SIDEWALKS host Richard R. Lee talks to actor Sam J. Jones (“Flash Gordon,” “Ted”) and host Lori Rosales interviews aliens from “Galaxy Quest” (performed by cosplayers). Plus, music by The Dukes ("Black Hole Love") and Kobra and The Lotus ("Light Me Up"). SWS-201718-001

10:30 A.M. - Half Hour Specialty - Night of One Act
Students from the Germantown High School advanced acting and production workshop classes showcase their original works. SPE-000000-189

11:00 A.M. - Songspeak Conversations on the Art and Craft of Songwriting
Songspeak is a collaborative project between MTSU’s Recording Industry Department and ASCAP. Host Hal Newman interviews Nashville songwriters about the art and craft of writing songs. This month’s guest is Cliff Downs. Episode 12. SPK-201617-012

12:00 P.M. - Movie #20: Dinner at the Ritz
The melodramatic story of an innocent, sheltered young woman determined to avenge her father's murder. MOV-000000-020

2:00 P.M. - Half Hour Specialty: Escape
A collection of short films created by Germantown High School students. SPE-000000-086

2:30 P.M. - Facing History and Ourselves
Award-winning author and journalist Jerry Mitchell shares many of his most famous past experiences as an investigative reporter on the unsolved murders of civil rights activists. FHO-200708-006

3:00 P.M. - One Hour Specialty: Spring Band Concert 2011 The Germantown High School Band presents its annual spring concert. SPE-000000-221*

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-200405-027

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 2007, this show features host Emily Singleton. She talks with Dr. Terrence Roberts, a famed civil rights activist and member of the “Little Rock Nine”. CCR-201112-005

6:30 P.M. - Let’s Talk Money
Join us this month on Let's Talk Money as we speak to Allison Nokes, the co-founder of SILQ-EDU. LTM-201718-006

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. This week’s show features Tony Dungy, the Rockettes, and the Captain Planet Fundraiser CJS-000000-102

8:00 P.M. – Sidewalks Entertainment
Recorded at Silicon Valley Comic Con, SIDEWALKS host Richard R. Lee talks to actor Sam J. Jones (“Flash Gordon,” “Ted”) and host Lori Rosales interviews aliens from “Galaxy Quest” (performed by cosplayers). Plus, music by The Dukes ("Black Hole Love") and Kobra and The Lotus ("Light Me Up"). SWS-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 we pay tribute to guitarist Wes Montgomery. JCL-201617-004

10:00 P.M. - Movie #21: Dishonored Lady
Madeleine Damien, a beautiful, successful art editor for a New York magazine is frightened and insecure underneath her glossy exterior. She seeks refuge in one superficial romance after another, leaving her on the brink of self-destruction. MOV-000000-021

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