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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.

12:00amWallander
The Brothers
1:30amClassic Arts Showcase
Performing arts clips
2:30amClassic Arts Showcase
Performing arts clips
3:25amClassic Arts Showcase
Performing arts clips
4:20amClassic Arts Showcase
Performing arts clips
5:20amClassic Arts Showcase
Performing arts clips
7:00amBeliefs and Believers
Social Dimension
8:00amCloser to Truth
How Does Personal Identity Persist Through Time?
8:30amIndependent Sources
The Latino Monolith
9:00amMoyers & Company
The Crusade Against Reproductive Rights
9:30amBob Herbert's Op-Ed.Tv
Richard Ravitch on the state of US infrastructure
10:00amBrianLehrer.TV
Race at Work, and On the Court
11:00amATW's Working in the Theatre
Developing Musical Theatre
12:00pmBuildingNY:NYStories
Lola Finkelstein, Community Activist
12:30pmBouillon de Culture
Le Roman de Nos Origines
2:00pmCanape
August 2013 (in French)
2:30pmNueva York
Lo mejor de la temporada 8 - Best of Season 8. (in Spanish with English Subtitles)
3:00pmEuropean Journal
Weekly news magazine from Deutsche Welle
3:30pmStudy With the Best
Transformations: CUNY People Changing Lives
4:00pmMississippi ReMixed
Mississippi ReMixed
5:00pmCarnegie Council: Global Ethics Forum
Ethics Matter: The Future of War, with Andrew Exum
5:30pmTalking Health
Medicare: Questions and Answers
6:00pmAfrican American Legends
A Conversation with Shirley Stewart Farmer
6:30pmBrooklyn College Presents
Bad Apples by Ashley Cintron
7:00pmIrish Writers In America
Alice McDermott
7:30pmCity Talk
Nancy Foner "One Out of Three"
8:00pmItalics: Television for the Italian American Experience
Cherry Lane 90th/Women Repro Rights/Chef Raffaele
8:30pmTheater Talk
"A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder" Trio; Woodie King, Jr.
9:00pmWallander
The Darkness
10:30pmCUNY TV Special
Conversations in the Digital Age: What Brought Down Bear Stearns?
11:00pmTimesTalks
Neil Patrick Harris, John Cameron Mitchell & Stephen Trask
12:00amThe Stoler Report-New York’s Business Report
How High Can These Prices Go?
12:30amBuildingNY:NYStories
Lola Finkelstein, Community Activist
1:00amClassic 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
4:55amClassic Arts Showcase
Performing arts clips
6:00amLove: What Everyone Needs to Know
Challenges of Men in Relationships
7:00amCarnegie Council: Global Ethics Forum
Ethics Matter: The Future of War, with Andrew Exum
7:30amEuropean Journal
Weekly news magazine from Deutsche Welle
8:00amStudy With the Best Special
Season 11, #1
8:30amIrish Writers In America
Alice McDermott
9:00amOne to One
Dr. Ruth Westheimer
9:30amThe Open Mind
History's Double Standard
10:00amItalics: Television for the Italian American Experience
Cherry Lane 90th/Women Repro Rights/Chef Raffaele
10:30amThe Stoler Report-New York’s Business Report
How High Can These Prices Go?
11:00amEldridge & Co.
Adam Forman: The Center for an Urban Future
11:30amCity Talk
Nancy Foner "One Out of Three"
12:00pmAsian American Life
Best of Asian American Life: August 2014
12:30pmTheater Talk
"A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder" Trio; Woodie King, Jr.
1:00pmFILM
Cyrano De Bergerac
3:00pmInventions That Shook The World
The 1900's
4:00pmCool Spaces!
Art Spaces
5:00pmATW's Working in the Theatre
The Characters Start Talking: Playwrights 2011
6:00pmBuildingNY:NYStories
Lola Finkelstein, Community Activist
6:30pmBouillon de Culture
Le Roman de Nos Origines
8:00pmStudy With the Best Special
Season 11, #1
8:30pmThe Open Mind
History's Double Standard
9:00pmWallander
The Darkness
10:30pmCUNY TV Special
Conversations in the Digital Age: What Brought Down Bear Stearns?
11:00pmBrianLehrer.TV
Race at Work, and On the Court
12:00amTimesTalks
Neil Patrick Harris, John Cameron Mitchell & Stephen Trask
1:00amClassic 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
4:55amClassic Arts Showcase
Performing arts clips
6:00amThe Mighty Mississippi
New Orleans
7:00amOne to One
Farah Griffin, "Harlem Nocturne"
7:30amTheater Talk
"A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder" Trio; Woodie King, Jr.
8:00amThe Open Mind
History's Double Standard
8:30amAfrican American Legends
Cephas Bowles, Gen. Manager, WBGO Jazz Radio Station, "Jazzing it Up"
9:00amMoyers & Company
The Conscience of a Compassionate Conservative
9:30amBob Herbert's Op-Ed.Tv
Nadine Pequeneza and Mishi Faruqee on juvenile justice
10:00amCarnegie Council: Global Ethics Forum
The Second Arab Awakening
10:30amBuildingNY:NYStories
David Sterling, Chairman & CEO, Sterling & Sterling
11:00amClassic Arts Showcase
Performing arts clips
12:00pmThe Mighty Mississippi
New Orleans
1:00pmOne to One
Farah Griffin, "Harlem Nocturne"
1:30pmTheater Talk
"A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder" Trio; Woodie King, Jr.
2:00pmThe Open Mind
History's Double Standard
2:30pmAfrican American Legends
Cephas Bowles, Gen. Manager, WBGO Jazz Radio Station, "Jazzing it Up"
3:00pmMoyers & Company
The Conscience of a Compassionate Conservative
3:30pmBob Herbert's Op-Ed.Tv
Nadine Pequeneza and Mishi Faruqee on juvenile justice
4:00pmCarnegie Council: Global Ethics Forum
The Second Arab Awakening
4:30pmBuildingNY:NYStories
David Sterling, Chairman & CEO, Sterling & Sterling
5:00pmClassic Arts Showcase
Performing arts clips
6:00pmOne to One
Farah Griffin, "Harlem Nocturne"
6:30pmDemocracy Now!
A daily independent global news hour
7:30pmTheater Talk
"A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder" Trio; Woodie King, Jr.
8:00pmThe Open Mind
History's Double Standard
8:30pmAfrican American Legends
Cephas Bowles, Gen. Manager, WBGO Jazz Radio Station, "Jazzing it Up"
9:00pmMoyers & Company
The Conscience of a Compassionate Conservative
9:30pmBob Herbert's Op-Ed.Tv
Nadine Pequeneza and Mishi Faruqee on juvenile justice
10:00pmCarnegie Council: Global Ethics Forum
The Second Arab Awakening
10:30pmBuildingNY:NYStories
David Sterling, Chairman & CEO, Sterling & Sterling
11:00pmThe Mighty Mississippi
New Orleans
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
Transit Oriented Developments: Growth in NJ
2:30amFILM
Waltzes From Vienna: Strauss' Great Waltz
3:50amFILM
Jamaica Inn
5:20amNational Gallery of Art
J.M.W. Turner
6:00amNutrition Pathways
Diet and Health: Cancer, Immunology & AIDS
6:30amPsychology: The Human Experience
Understanding Psychological Disorders, Part One
7:00amTransitions Throughout the Life Span
Late Adulthood: Biosocial Development
7:30amCloser to Truth
Can Philosophy Of Religion Find God?
8:00amScience & U!
Science & Animals
8:30amAstronomy: Observations and Theories
The Terrestrial Planets
9:00amAnthropology: The Four Fields
Religion & Spirituality
9:30amCycles of Life: Exploring Biology
Animal Reproduction and Development
10:00amInventions That Shook The World
The 1910'S
11:00amClassic Arts Showcase
Performing arts clips
12:00pmDeath: A Personal Understanding
A Child's View of Death
12:30pmThe Endless Voyage: Oceanography
Living Together
1:00pmOur Families, Ourselves
Remarriage and Stepfamilies
1:30pmCloser to Truth
Can Philosophy Of Religion Find God?
2:00pmScience & U!
Science & Animals
2:30pmAstronomy: Observations and Theories
The Terrestrial Planets
3:00pmAnthropology: The Four Fields
Religion & Spirituality
3:30pmCycles of Life: Exploring Biology
Animal Reproduction and Development
4:00pmInventions That Shook The World
The 1910'S
5:00pmClassic Arts Showcase
Performing arts clips
6:00pmJournal (Deutsche Welle News)
European news
6:30pmDemocracy Now!
Tuesday
7:30pmCloser to Truth
Can Philosophy Of Religion Find God?
8:00pmScience & U!
Science & Animals
8:30pmAstronomy: Observations and Theories
The Terrestrial Planets
9:00pmAnthropology: The Four Fields
Religion & Spirituality
9:30pmCycles of Life: Exploring Biology
Animal Reproduction and Development
10:00pmInventions That Shook The World
The 1910'S
11:00pmThe Stoler Report-New York’s Business Report
Transit Oriented Developments: Growth in NJ
11:30pmMediaWaves: An Introduction to Mass Communication
Media Impact
12:00amClassic Arts Showcase
Performing arts clips
1:00amDemocracy Now!
Tuesday
2:00amMoyers & Company
The Conscience of a Compassionate Conservative
2:30amBob Herbert's Op-Ed.Tv
Nadine Pequeneza and Mishi Faruqee on juvenile justice
3:00amTimesTalks
Neil Patrick Harris, John Cameron Mitchell & Stephen Trask
4:00amThe Unfinished Nation - Part II Introduction To American History
Determined To Be Heard
4:30amFor the Love of Wisdom
Expanding the Moral Universe
5:00amThe Human Condition
Age Happens
5:30amBuildingNY:NYStories
David Sterling, Chairman & CEO, Sterling & Sterling
6:00amBeliefs and Believers
New Religious Movements
7:00amBrianLehrer.TV
Winds of Change
8:00amStudy With the Best Special
Season 11, #1
8:30amThe Stoler Report-New York’s Business Report
Transit Oriented Developments: Growth in NJ
9:00amEldridge & Co.
"I Said Yes to Everything" by Lee Grant
9:30amCity Talk
Pedro Noguera-NYU (Part1/2)
10:00amCriminal Justice Matters
Invisible City: Crime in Brooklyn's Hasidic Community
10:30amEdCast
Battling Bullying, Pt. 2 of 2
11:00amClassic Arts Showcase
Performing arts clips
12:00pmThe Unfinished Nation - Part II Introduction To American History
Determined To Be Heard
12:30pmTransforming America: U.S. History Since 1877
Gilded Age Redux
1:00pmBrianLehrer.TV
Winds of Change
2:00pmStudy With the Best Special
Season 11, #1
2:30pmThe Stoler Report-New York’s Business Report
Transit Oriented Developments: Growth in NJ
3:00pmCriminal Justice Matters
Invisible City: Crime in Brooklyn's Hasidic Community
3:30pmEdCast
Battling Bullying, Pt. 2 of 2
4:00pmEldridge & Co.
"I Said Yes to Everything" by Lee Grant
4:30pmCity Talk
Pedro Noguera-NYU (Part1/2)
5:00pmClassic Arts Showcase
Performing arts clips
6:00pmJournal (Deutsche Welle News)
European news
6:30pmDemocracy Now!
Wednesday
7:30pmBrianLehrer.TV
Winds of Change
8:30pmIndependent Sources
Juvenile Injustice
9:00pmEldridge & Co.
"I Said Yes to Everything" by Lee Grant
9:30pmCity Talk
Pedro Noguera-NYU (Part1/2)
10:00pmStudy With the Best Special
Season 11, #1
10:30pmThe Stoler Report-New York’s Business Report
Transit Oriented Developments: Growth in NJ
11:00pmCriminal Justice Matters
Invisible City: Crime in Brooklyn's Hasidic Community
11:30pmEconomics U$A: 21st Century
Stabilization Policy
12:00amClassic Arts Showcase
Performing arts clips
1:00amDemocracy Now!
Wednesday
2:00amBrianLehrer.TV
Winds of Change
3:00amEldridge & Co.
"I Said Yes to Everything" by Lee Grant
3:30amCity Talk
Pedro Noguera-NYU (Part1/2)
4:00amTimesTalks
Ensemble Acting: Baldwin, Foster & Sturridge
5:00amLove: What Everyone Needs to Know
Challenges of Women in Relationships
6:00amClose Up
(Deutsche Welle)
6:30amEuromaxx
Deutsche Welle
7:00amIndependent Sources
Juvenile Injustice
7:30amEuropean Journal
Weekly news magazine from Deutsche Welle
8:00amLa Grande Librairie
Season 1, #28
9:00amCuadriga
Weekly news/discussion show from Deutsche Welle
10:00amNueva York
tba
10:30am21st Century
Uruguay Forty Years Later; Trinidad
11:00amClassic Arts Showcase
Performing arts clips
12:00pmClose Up
(Deutsche Welle)
12:30pmEuromaxx
Deutsche Welle
1:00pmIndependent Sources
Juvenile Injustice
1:30pmEuropean Journal
Weekly news magazine from Deutsche Welle
2:00pmLa Grande Librairie
Season 1, #28
3:00pmCuadriga
Weekly news/discussion show from Deutsche Welle
4:00pmNueva York
tba
4:30pm21st Century
Uruguay Forty Years Later; Trinidad
5:00pmClassic Arts Showcase
Performing arts clips
6:00pmJournal (Deutsche Welle News)
European news
6:30pmDemocracy Now!
Thursday
7:30pmEuropean Journal
Weekly news magazine from Deutsche Welle
8:00pmLa Grande Librairie
Season 1, #28
9:00pmCuadriga
Weekly news/discussion show from Deutsche Welle
10:00pmNueva York
tba
10:30pm21st Century
Uruguay Forty Years Later; Trinidad
11:00pmIndependent Sources
Juvenile Injustice
11:30pmBuildingNY:NYStories
David Sterling, Chairman & CEO, Sterling & Sterling
12:00amClassic Arts Showcase
Performing arts clips
1:00amDemocracy Now!
Thursday
2:00amLa Grande Librairie
Season 1, #28
3:00amFILM
The Outlaw
5:00am21st Century
Uruguay Forty Years Later; Trinidad
5:30amThe Stoler Report-New York’s Business Report
Transit Oriented Developments: Growth in NJ
6:00amThe Western Tradition
The Cold War
6:30amBridging World History
People Shape the World
7:00amCool Spaces!
Healing Spaces
8:00amTimesTalks
Sir Ian McKellen And Sir Patrick Stewart
9:00amIrish Writers In America
William Kennedy & Pete Hamill
9:30amDay at Night
Muhammad Ali, legendary boxing champion
10:00amArts in the City
August 2014
10:30amThe Writer’s Odyssey
Arguing with Complexity
11:00amClassic Arts Showcase
Performing arts clips
12:00pmThe Western Tradition
The Cold War
12:30pmBridging World History
People Shape the World
1:00pmCool Spaces!
Healing Spaces
2:00pmIrish Writers In America
William Kennedy & Pete Hamill
2:30pmDay at Night
Muhammad Ali, legendary boxing champion
3:00pmArts in the City
August 2014
3:30pmThe Writer’s Odyssey
Arguing with Complexity
4:00pmTimesTalks
Sir Ian McKellen And Sir Patrick Stewart
5:00pmClassic Arts Showcase
Performing arts clips
6:00pmJournal (Deutsche Welle News)
European news
6:30pmDemocracy Now!
Friday
7:30pmDay at Night
Muhammad Ali, legendary boxing champion
8:00pmIrish Writers In America
William Kennedy & Pete Hamill
8:30pmArts in the City
August 2014
9:00pmTimesTalks
Sir Ian McKellen And Sir Patrick Stewart
10:00pmCool Spaces!
Healing Spaces
11:00pmDemocracy Now!
Friday
12:00amWallander
The Darkness
1:30amClassic Arts Showcase
Performing arts clips
2:30amClassic Arts Showcase
Performing arts clips
3:25amClassic Arts Showcase
Performing arts clips
4:20amClassic Arts Showcase
Performing arts clips
5:15amClassic Arts Showcase
Performing arts clips
7:00amBeliefs and Believers
New Religious Movements
8:00amCloser to Truth
Can Philosophy Of Religion Find God?
8:30amIndependent Sources
Juvenile Injustice
9:00amMoyers & Company
The Conscience of a Compassionate Conservative
9:30amBob Herbert's Op-Ed.Tv
Nadine Pequeneza and Mishi Faruqee on juvenile justice
10:00amBrianLehrer.TV
Winds of Change
11:00amATW's Working in the Theatre
Unexpectedly Theatre
12:00pmBuildingNY:NYStories
David Sterling, Chairman & CEO, Sterling & Sterling
12:30pmBouillon de Culture
Alexandre Soljenitsyne a Moscou
2:00pm21st Century
Uruguay Forty Years Later; Trinidad
2:30pmNueva York
tba
3:00pmEuropean Journal
Weekly news magazine from Deutsche Welle
3:30pmStudy With the Best Special
Season 11, #1
4:00pmThe Mighty Mississippi
New Orleans
5:00pmCarnegie Council: Global Ethics Forum
The Second Arab Awakening
5:30pmEdCast
Battling Bullying, Pt. 2 of 2
6:00pmAfrican American Legends
Cephas Bowles, Gen. Manager, WBGO Jazz Radio Station, "Jazzing it Up"
6:30pmBrooklyn College Presents
After Dark With Shelley Rome
7:00pmIrish Writers In America
William Kennedy & Pete Hamill
7:30pmCity Talk
Pedro Noguera-NYU (Part1/2)
8:00pmCriminal Justice Matters
Invisible City: Crime in Brooklyn's Hasidic Community
8:30pmTheater Talk
Steven Lutvak, composer/co-lyricist "A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder"
9:00pmWallander
The African
10:30pmEuromaxx
Deutsche Welle
11:00pmTimesTalks
Sir Ian McKellen And Sir Patrick Stewart