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CUNY TV Broadcast Schedule

The largest professionally-staffed university television station in the country, CUNY TV is available in the New York metropolitan area - reaching a 35-mile radius from Times Square - via over-the-air digital broadcast Ch. 25.3.

CUNY TV is also available on cable in the five boroughs of New York City - on Ch. 75 (Time Warner Cable and Cablevision/Optimum Brooklyn), Ch. 77 (RCN Cable) and Ch. 30 (Verizon FiOS).

Some RCN digital cable and MMDS systems carry CUNY TV and/or NYC TV on different channel numbers. For example, some RCN systems in Manhattan and Queens carry CUNY TV on channel 24, 106 or 108. Please consult your cable provider directly to be sure.

Denotes shows that are currently available to watch online.

NOTE: We endeavor to make our online schedule information as accurate as we can, but occasionally guest lineups and other late-breaking changes may occur.

12:00amTimesTalks
Hugh Laurie and Tom Hiddleston
1:00amClassic Arts Showcase
Performing arts clips
2:00amClassic Arts Showcase
Performing arts clips
3:00amClassic Arts Showcase
Performing arts clips
3:55amClassic Arts Showcase
Performing arts clips
4:50amClassic Arts Showcase
Performing arts clips
5:50amNational Gallery of Art
Willem de Kooning
6:00amWild West with Ray Mears
Deserts
6:50amNational Gallery of Art
Awareness Series: Old Masters "Turner"
7:00amOne to One
Baz Dreisinger: "Incarceration Nations"
7:30amTheater Talk
Frank Langella in "The Father"
8:00amThe Open Mind
The Right to Vote - Anita Earls
8:30amConversations in the Digital Age, with Jim Zirin
What is the Political Fall-out from Global Corruption?
9:00amThis is America with Dennis Wholey
Exploring Aichi, Japan
9:30amBob Herbert's Op-Ed.TV
Rachel L. Swarns on Georgetown & Slavery
10:00amCarnegie Council: Global Ethics Forum
In Europe's Shadow: Two Cold Wars and a Thirty-Year Journey Through Romania and Beyond
10:30amBuildingNY:NYStories
Al Perlmutter: Independent Production Fund
11:00amClassic Arts Showcase
Performing arts clips
12:00pmWild West with Ray Mears
Deserts
12:50pmNational Gallery of Art
Awareness Series: Old Masters "Turner"
1:00pmOne to One
Baz Dreisinger: "Incarceration Nations"
1:30pmTheater Talk
Frank Langella in "The Father"
2:00pmThe Open Mind
The Right to Vote - Anita Earls
2:30pmConversations in the Digital Age, with Jim Zirin
What is the Political Fall-out from Global Corruption?
3:00pmThis is America with Dennis Wholey
Exploring Aichi, Japan
3:30pmBob Herbert's Op-Ed.TV
Rachel L. Swarns on Georgetown & Slavery
4:00pmCarnegie Council: Global Ethics Forum
In Europe's Shadow: Two Cold Wars and a Thirty-Year Journey Through Romania and Beyond
4:30pmBuildingNY:NYStories
Al Perlmutter: Independent Production Fund
5:00pmClassic Arts Showcase
Performing arts clips
6:00pmOne to One
Baz Dreisinger: "Incarceration Nations"
6:30pmDemocracy Now!
A daily independent global news hour
7:30pmTheater Talk
Frank Langella in "The Father"
8:00pmThe Open Mind
The Right to Vote - Anita Earls
8:30pmConversations in the Digital Age, with Jim Zirin
What is the Political Fall-out from Global Corruption?
9:00pmThis is America with Dennis Wholey
Exploring Aichi, Japan
9:30pmBob Herbert's Op-Ed.TV
Rachel L. Swarns on Georgetown & Slavery
10:00pmCarnegie Council: Global Ethics Forum
In Europe's Shadow: Two Cold Wars and a Thirty-Year Journey Through Romania and Beyond
10:30pmBuildingNY:NYStories
Al Perlmutter: Independent Production Fund
11:00pmWild West with Ray Mears
Deserts
11:50pmNational Gallery of Art
Awareness Series: Old Masters "Turner"
12:00amClassic Arts Showcase
Performing arts clips
1:00amDemocracy Now!
A daily independent global news hour
2:00amThe Stoler Report-New York's Business Report
Emerging Trends in Real Estate: Co-Working, Co-Living & Office Sharing
2:30amCity Cinematheque
The Lady Vanishes
4:05amTimesTalks
Health & Wellness Day: A Conversation with Deepak Chopra
5:00amOut of the Past
New Worlds
6:00amEarth Revealed
Earthquakes
6:30amAstronomy: Observations and Theories
Celestial Cycles
7:00amAnthropology: The Four Fields
Essence of Anthropology
7:30amCloser to Truth
How to Argue for God?
8:00amScience & U!
Science & U!: The Best of Spring
8:30amAttitude
A City on Edge
9:00amUnseen Life on Earth
Microbial Evolution
9:30amScience Goes to the Movies
Season 2, Episode 7: "Inside Out"
10:00amCore Science
Core Meteorology: Climates
10:30amChemistry: Challenges and Solutions
Quantifying Chemical Reactions: Stoichiometry and Moles
11:00amClassic Arts Showcase
Performing arts clips
12:00pmEarth Revealed
Earthquakes
12:30pmAstronomy: Observations and Theories
Celestial Cycles
1:00pmAnthropology: The Four Fields
Essence of Anthropology
1:30pmCloser to Truth
How to Argue for God?
2:00pmScience & U!
Science & U!: The Best of Spring
2:30pmAttitude
A City on Edge
3:00pmUnseen Life on Earth
Microbial Evolution
3:30pmScience Goes to the Movies
Season 2, Episode 7: "Inside Out"
4:00pmCore Science
Core Meteorology: Climates
4:30pmChemistry: Challenges and Solutions
Quantifying Chemical Reactions: Stoichiometry and Moles
5:00pmClassic Arts Showcase
Performing arts clips
6:00pmJournal: Deutsche Welle News
European news
6:30pmDemocracy Now!
Tuesday
7:30pmCloser to Truth
How to Argue for God?
8:00pmScience & U!
Science & U!: The Best of Spring
8:30pmAttitude
A City on Edge
9:00pmUnseen Life on Earth
Microbial Evolution
9:30pmScience Goes to the Movies
Season 2, Episode 7: "Inside Out"
10:00pmCore Science
Core Meteorology: Climates
10:30pmChemistry: Challenges and Solutions
Quantifying Chemical Reactions: Stoichiometry and Moles
11:00pmThe Stoler Report-New York's Business Report
Emerging Trends in Real Estate: Co-Working, Co-Living & Office Sharing
11:30pmBlack America
Economic and Racial Equality For Women and Girls.
12:00amClassic Arts Showcase
Performing arts clips
1:00amDemocracy Now!
Tuesday
2:00amThis is America with Dennis Wholey
Exploring Aichi, Japan
2:30amBob Herbert's Op-Ed.TV
Rachel L. Swarns on Georgetown & Slavery
3:00amCore Science
Core Meteorology: Climates
3:30amChemistry: Challenges and Solutions
Quantifying Chemical Reactions: Stoichiometry and Moles
4:00amPsychology: The Human Experience
Memory
4:30amWild!
Return of the Unicorn
5:30amBuildingNY:NYStories
Al Perlmutter: Independent Production Fund
6:00amBeliefs and Believers
Mythic Dimension: Judaism
7:00amPOTUS 2016 with Brian Lehrer
Higher Education And Student Debt
7:30amBlack America
The Black Youth Movement with Charlene Carruthers
8:00amStudy With the Best
From Solar Power to Biodiesel: CUNY and the Environment
8:30amThe Stoler Report-New York's Business Report
Emerging Trends in Real Estate: Co-Working, Co-Living & Office Sharing
9:00amEldridge & Co.
Naomi Feigelson Chase
9:30amTony Guida's NY
Victor Navasky
10:00amCriminal Justice Matters
Incarceration Nations
10:20amNational Gallery of Art
Awareness Series: Old Masters "Turner"
10:30amThe Power of Place: World Regional Geography
Urban and Rural Contrasts: Delhi: Bursting at the Seams/Dikhatpura: Help through Irrigation
11:00amClassic Arts Showcase
Performing arts clips
12:00pmEconomics U$A
International Trade
12:30pmTransitions Throughout the Life Span
The First Two Years; Psychosocial Development
1:00pmPOTUS 2016 with Brian Lehrer
Higher Education And Student Debt
1:30pmBlack America
The Black Youth Movement with Charlene Carruthers
2:00pmStudy With the Best
From Solar Power to Biodiesel: CUNY and the Environment
2:30pmThe Stoler Report-New York's Business Report
Emerging Trends in Real Estate: Co-Working, Co-Living & Office Sharing
3:00pmCriminal Justice Matters
Incarceration Nations
3:20pmNational Gallery of Art
Awareness Series: Old Masters "Turner"
3:30pmThe Power of Place: World Regional Geography
Urban and Rural Contrasts: Delhi: Bursting at the Seams/Dikhatpura: Help through Irrigation
4:00pmEldridge & Co.
Naomi Feigelson Chase
4:30pmTony Guida's NY
Victor Navasky
5:00pmClassic Arts Showcase
Performing arts clips
6:00pmJournal: Deutsche Welle News
European news
6:30pmDemocracy Now!
Wednesday
7:30pmPOTUS 2016 with Brian Lehrer
May 4, 2016
8:00pmBlack America
The Black Youth Movement with Charlene Carruthers
8:30pmIndependent Sources
tba
9:00pmEldridge & Co.
Naomi Feigelson Chase
9:30pmTony Guida's NY
Victor Navasky
10:00pmStudy With the Best
From Solar Power to Biodiesel: CUNY and the Environment
10:30pmThe Stoler Report-New York's Business Report
Emerging Trends in Real Estate: Co-Working, Co-Living & Office Sharing
11:00pmCriminal Justice Matters
Incarceration Nations
11:20pmNational Gallery of Art
Awareness Series: Old Masters "Turner"
11:30pmThe Power of Place: World Regional Geography
Urban and Rural Contrasts: Delhi: Bursting at the Seams/Dikhatpura: Help through Irrigation
12:00amConversations in the Digital Age, with Jim Zirin
What is the Political Fall-out from Global Corruption?
12:30amClassic Arts Showcase
Performing arts clips
1:00amDemocracy Now!
Wednesday
2:00amPOTUS 2016 with Brian Lehrer
May 4, 2016
2:30amBlack America
The Black Youth Movement with Charlene Carruthers
3:00amEldridge & Co.
Naomi Feigelson Chase
3:30amTony Guida's NY
Victor Navasky
4:00amTimesTalks
Hugh Laurie and Tom Hiddleston
5:00amBeliefs and Believers
Myth and Ritual: The Dimensional Triangle
6:00amClose Up
(Deutsche Welle)
6:30amEuromaxx
Deutsche Welle
7:00amIndependent Sources
tba
7:30amFocus on Europe
Focus on Europe
8:00amLa Grande Librairie
Season 3, #5
9:00amCuadriga
Weekly news/discussion show from Deutsche Welle
9:45amTreasures of the World
Treasures of the World
10:00amNueva York
Chico Álvarez, Luis Salgado, Nilko Andreas Guarín, Jesús and The Door Organization
10:30am21st Century
tba
11:00amClassic Arts Showcase
Performing arts clips
12:00pmClose Up
(Deutsche Welle)
12:30pmEuromaxx
Deutsche Welle
1:00pmIndependent Sources
tba
1:30pmFocus on Europe
Focus on Europe
2:00pmLa Grande Librairie
Season 3, #5
3:00pmCuadriga
Weekly news/discussion show from Deutsche Welle
3:45pmTreasures of the World
Treasures of the World
4:00pmNueva York
Chico Álvarez, Luis Salgado, Nilko Andreas Guarín, Jesús and The Door Organization
4:30pm21st Century
tba
5:00pmClassic Arts Showcase
Performing arts clips
6:00pmJournal: Deutsche Welle News
European news
6:30pmDemocracy Now!
Thursday
7:30pmFocus on Europe
Focus on Europe
8:00pmLa Grande Librairie
Season 3, #5
9:00pmCuadriga
Weekly news/discussion show from Deutsche Welle
9:45pmTreasures of the World
Treasures of the World
10:00pmNueva York
Chico Álvarez, Luis Salgado, Nilko Andreas Guarín, Jesús and The Door Organization
10:30pm21st Century
tba
11:00pmIndependent Sources
tba
11:30pmBuildingNY:NYStories
Al Perlmutter: Independent Production Fund
12:00amClassic Arts Showcase
Performing arts clips
1:00amDemocracy Now!
Thursday
2:00amLa Grande Librairie
Season 3, #5
3:00amFilms on CUNY TV
Things To Come
4:35amNational Gallery of Art
Diaghilev And The Ballets Russes 1909-1929: When Art Danced with Music
5:30amThe Stoler Report-New York's Business Report
Emerging Trends in Real Estate: Co-Working, Co-Living & Office Sharing
6:00amA Biography of America
Slavery
6:30amTransforming America: U.S. History Since 1877
A War to End All Wars
7:00amPrime Suspect
The Final Act, Part 4 of 4
7:50amNational Gallery of Art
Introduction to Sculpture
8:00amTimesTalks
Questlove
9:00amGreat American Authors Since 1650
1940 - 1949
9:30amExploring the World of Music
Texture
10:00amAsian American Life
May 2016
10:30amThe Writer’s Circle
Responding to Arguments
11:00amClassic Arts Showcase
Performing arts clips
12:00pmA Biography of America
Slavery
12:30pmTransforming America: U.S. History Since 1877
A War to End All Wars
1:00pmPrime Suspect
The Final Act, Part 4 of 4
1:50pmNational Gallery of Art
Introduction to Sculpture
2:00pmGreat American Authors Since 1650
1940 - 1949
2:30pmExploring the World of Music
Texture
3:00pmAsian American Life
May 2016
3:30pmThe Writer’s Circle
Responding to Arguments
4:00pmTimesTalks
Questlove
5:00pmClassic Arts Showcase
Performing arts clips
6:00pmJournal: Deutsche Welle News
European news
6:30pmDemocracy Now!
Friday
7:30pmScience Goes to the Movies
Season 2, Episode 8: "The Martian"
8:00pmGreat American Authors Since 1650
1940 - 1949
8:30pmAsian American Life
May 2016
9:00pmTimesTalks
Questlove
10:00pmPrime Suspect
The Final Act, Part 4 of 4
10:50pmNational Gallery of Art
Introduction to Sculpture
11:00pmDemocracy Now!
Friday
12:00amCity Cinematheque
Elevator to the Gallows
2:00amClassic Arts Showcase
Performing arts clips
3:00amClassic Arts Showcase
Performing arts clips
4:00amClassic Arts Showcase
Performing arts clips
5:00amClassic Arts Showcase
Performing arts clips
6:00amClassic Arts Showcase
Performing arts clips
7:00amBeliefs and Believers
Myth and Ritual: The Dimensional Triangle
8:00amCloser to Truth
How to Argue for God?
8:30amIndependent Sources
tba
9:00amThis is America with Dennis Wholey
Exploring Aichi, Japan
9:30amBob Herbert's Op-Ed.TV
Rachel L. Swarns on Georgetown & Slavery
10:00amPOTUS 2016 with Brian Lehrer
May 4, 2016
10:30amBlack America
The Black Youth Movement with Charlene Carruthers
11:00amATW's Working in the Theatre
Actors' Words, Writer's Voice
12:00pmBuildingNY:NYStories
Al Perlmutter: Independent Production Fund
12:30pmBouillon de Culture
Le Corps Dévoilé
1:40pmNational Gallery of Art
James McNeill Whistler: His Etchings
2:00pm21st Century
tba
2:30pmNueva York
Chico Álvarez, Luis Salgado, Nilko Andreas Guarín, Jesús and The Door Organization
3:00pmFocus on Europe
Focus on Europe
3:30pmStudy With the Best
From Solar Power to Biodiesel: CUNY and the Environment
4:00pmWild West with Ray Mears
Deserts
4:50pmNational Gallery of Art
Awareness Series: Old Masters "Turner"
5:00pmCarnegie Council: Global Ethics Forum
In Europe's Shadow: Two Cold Wars and a Thirty-Year Journey Through Romania and Beyond
5:30pmScience Goes to the Movies
Season 2, Episode 8: "The Martian"
6:00pmBlack America
The Black Youth Movement with Charlene Carruthers
6:30pmBrooklyn College Presents
Yoosun Nam Quintet Live: Light of the City
7:00pmEldridge & Co.
Naomi Feigelson Chase
7:30pmTony Guida's NY
Victor Navasky
8:00pmCriminal Justice Matters
Incarceration Nations
8:30pmTheater Talk
"The Humans"
9:00pmCity Cinematheque
The 400 Blows
11:10pmTimesTalks
Questlove
12:10amThe Stoler Report-New York's Business Report
Emerging Trends in Real Estate: Co-Working, Co-Living & Office Sharing
12:40amBuildingNY:NYStories
Al Perlmutter: Independent Production Fund
1:10amClassic Arts Showcase
Performing arts clips
2:00amClassic Arts Showcase
Performing arts clips
3:00amClassic Arts Showcase
Performing arts clips
4:00amClassic Arts Showcase
Performing arts clips
5:00amClassic Arts Showcase
Performing arts clips
6:00amClassic Arts Showcase
Performing arts clips
7:00amCarnegie Council: Global Ethics Forum
In Europe's Shadow: Two Cold Wars and a Thirty-Year Journey Through Romania and Beyond
7:30amScience Goes to the Movies
Season 2, Episode 8: "The Martian"
8:00amStudy With the Best
Stories from the Community Colleges
8:30amConversations in the Digital Age, with Jim Zirin
What is the Political Fall-out from Global Corruption?
9:00amOne to One
Baz Dreisinger: "Incarceration Nations"
9:30amThe Open Mind
Knowing More, Understanding Less - Michael Lynch
10:00amCriminal Justice Matters
Incarceration Nations
10:30amThe Stoler Report-New York's Business Report
Emerging Trends in Real Estate: Co-Working, Co-Living & Office Sharing
11:00amEldridge & Co.
Naomi Feigelson Chase
11:30amTony Guida's NY
Victor Navasky
12:00pmAsian American Life
May 2016
12:30pmTheater Talk
"The Humans"
1:00pmInspector Morse
The Last Enemy, Part 1 Of 2
2:00pmInspector Morse
The Last Enemy, Part 2 Of 2
3:00pmInspector Morse
Deceived by Flight, Part 1 of 2
4:00pmInspector Morse
Deceived by Flight, Part 2 of 2
5:00pmATW's Working in the Theatre
Leading Men
6:00pmBuildingNY:NYStories
Al Perlmutter: Independent Production Fund
6:30pmBouillon de Culture
Le Corps Dévoilé
7:40pmNational Gallery of Art
James McNeill Whistler: His Etchings
8:00pmStudy With the Best
Stories from the Community Colleges
8:30pmThe Open Mind
Knowing More, Understanding Less - Michael Lynch
9:00pmCity Cinematheque
The 400 Blows
11:10pmPOTUS 2016 with Brian Lehrer
May 4, 2016
11:40pmBlack America
The Black Youth Movement with Charlene Carruthers
12:10amTimesTalks
Questlove
1:10amClassic Arts Showcase
Performing arts clips
2:00amClassic Arts Showcase
Performing arts clips
3:00amClassic Arts Showcase
Performing arts clips
4:00amClassic Arts Showcase
Performing arts clips
5:00amClassic Arts Showcase
Performing arts clips
6:00amCUNY Forum
tba
7:00amOne to One
tba
7:30amTheater Talk
"The Humans"
8:00amThe Open Mind
Knowing More, Understanding Less - Michael Lynch
8:30amConversations in the Digital Age, with Jim Zirin
What Will Be in the Foreign Policy In-Box of the Next President?
9:00amThis is America with Dennis Wholey
Tokyo: A World of its Own
9:30amBob Herbert's Op-Ed.TV
Steve Phillips
10:00amCarnegie Council: Global Ethics Forum
The Ethics of the Refugee/Migrant Crisis
10:30amBuildingNY:NYStories
Paula Marchetta, M.D.
11:00amClassic Arts Showcase
Performing arts clips
12:00pmCUNY Forum
tba
1:00pmOne to One
tba
1:30pmTheater Talk
"The Humans"
2:00pmThe Open Mind
Knowing More, Understanding Less - Michael Lynch
2:30pmConversations in the Digital Age, with Jim Zirin
What Will Be in the Foreign Policy In-Box of the Next President?
3:00pmThis is America with Dennis Wholey
Tokyo: A World of its Own
3:30pmBob Herbert's Op-Ed.TV
Steve Phillips
4:00pmCarnegie Council: Global Ethics Forum
The Ethics of the Refugee/Migrant Crisis
4:30pmBuildingNY:NYStories
Paula Marchetta, M.D.
5:00pmClassic Arts Showcase
Performing arts clips
6:00pmOne to One
tba
6:30pmDemocracy Now!
A daily independent global news hour
7:30pmTheater Talk
"The Humans"
8:00pmThe Open Mind
Knowing More, Understanding Less - Michael Lynch
8:30pmConversations in the Digital Age, with Jim Zirin
What Will Be in the Foreign Policy In-Box of the Next President?
9:00pmThis is America with Dennis Wholey
Tokyo: A World of its Own
9:30pmBob Herbert's Op-Ed.TV
Steve Phillips
10:00pmCarnegie Council: Global Ethics Forum
The Ethics of the Refugee/Migrant Crisis
10:30pmBuildingNY:NYStories
Paula Marchetta, M.D.
11:00pmCUNY Forum
tba