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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 (Spectrum 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.

12:00amDemocracy Now!
Wednesday
1:00amClassic Arts Showcase
Performing arts clips
2:00amDouble Je
November 2005
3:30amCharlando con Cervantes
Carman Martin Gaite
4:00amCanapé
September 2013 (in French with English Subtitles)
4:30amAfrican American Legends
After Football Guest: George Martin, former Executive Director, NFL Alumni Association
5:00amMetroView
American Needs A Raise
5:30amCityWide
Big Issues - Brooklyn, Post Hurricane Sandy
6:00amIn Good Shape (DW)
The Health Show
6:30amEuromaxx
Deutsche Welle
7:00amIndependent Sources
Heat Seeker
7:30amGreat Decisions
The Media and Foreign Policy
8:00amCUNY TV Presents ABNY
Andrew M. Cuomo, Governor, NYS & Joseph Lhota, Chair, MTA
9:00amCuadriga
Weekly news/discussion show from Deutsche Welle
9:45amTreasures of the World
Treasures of the World
10:00amNueva York
Terraza 7, Benito Bravo, I AM A DREAMER, Pauchi Sasaki
10:30amHealing Quest
Season 13/Episode #4
11:00amClassic Arts Showcase
Performing arts clips
12:00pmIn Good Shape (DW)
The Health Show
12:30pmEuromaxx
Deutsche Welle
1:00pmIndependent Sources
Heat Seeker
1:30pmGreat Decisions
The Media and Foreign Policy
2:00pmCUNY TV Presents ABNY
Andrew M. Cuomo, Governor, NYS & Joseph Lhota, Chair, MTA
3:00pmCuadriga
Weekly news/discussion show from Deutsche Welle
3:45pmTreasures of the World
Treasures of the World
4:00pmNueva York
Terraza 7, Benito Bravo, I AM A DREAMER, Pauchi Sasaki
4:30pmHealing Quest
Season 13/Episode #4
5:00pmFocus on Europe
Focus on Europe
5:30pmDW News
DW News
6:00pmDemocracy Now!
Thursday
7:00pmClassic Arts Showcase
Performing arts clips
8:00pmAmerican Health Journal
Season 2/Episode #11
8:30pmNueva York
Nueva York rinde homenaje a Carmen Boullosa
9:00pmVoices and Visions
T. S. Eliot
10:00pmAmerican Cinema
Classical Hollywood Style
10:30pmNational Gallery of Art
Diaghilev And The Ballets Russes 1909-1929: When Art Danced with Music
11:00pmIndependent Sources
Heat Seeker
11:30pmBuildingNY:NYStories
Richard Lehrer: Cambridge Insurance Solutions
12:00amDemocracy Now!
Thursday
1:00amClassic Arts Showcase
Performing arts clips
2:00amLa Grande Librairie
Season 7 / #1
3:00amFilms on CUNY TV
The Stranger
4:35amNational Gallery of Art
FILM: Edouard Vuillard
5:05amNational Gallery of Art
Los Angeles to New York: Dwan Gallery
5:30amThe Stoler Report-New York's Business Report
The Changing Face of Residential/Retail & Commercial Developments
6:00amTelevision in America: An Autobiography
Don Hewitt, Producer "60 Minutes"
7:00amAmerican Cinema
Classical Hollywood Style
7:30amNational Gallery of Art
Diaghilev And The Ballets Russes 1909-1929: When Art Danced with Music
8:00amLiterary Visions
The Author's Voice: Tone And Style in Short Fiction
8:30amStudy With the Best
April 2018
9:00amVoices and Visions
T. S. Eliot
10:00amGreat Authors of the British Isles
20th Century Novelists
10:30amMuseum Access
The New York Botanical Garden / Installation of Dale Chihuly Exhibit and WA. Workshop
11:00amClassic Arts Showcase
Performing arts clips
12:00pmTelevision in America: An Autobiography
Don Hewitt, Producer "60 Minutes"
1:00pmAmerican Cinema
Classical Hollywood Style
1:30pmNational Gallery of Art
Diaghilev And The Ballets Russes 1909-1929: When Art Danced with Music
2:00pmVoices and Visions
T. S. Eliot
3:00pmGreat Authors of the British Isles
20th Century Novelists
3:30pmStudy With the Best
April 2018
4:00pmA Biography of America
The Reform Impulse
4:30pmMuseum Access
The New York Botanical Garden / Installation of Dale Chihuly Exhibit and WA. Workshop
5:00pmGlobal 3000 (DW)
The Globalization Program
5:30pmDW News
DW News
6:00pmDemocracy Now!
Friday
7:00pmClassic Arts Showcase
Performing arts clips
8:00pmThe New York Times Close Up with Sam Roberts
tba
8:30pmThe Laura Flanders Show
Who's the Public in Public Art?
9:00pmIndependent Sources
Course Correction
9:30pmA Biography of America
The Reform Impulse
10:00pmCarnegie Council: Global Ethics Forum
Hope for a Sustainable Future
10:30pmThis is America with Dennis Wholey
Japanese Investment In America
11:00pmDemocracy Now!
Friday
12:00amCity Cinematheque
"The Rules of Game (La règle du jeu)" (1939)
2:15amClassic Arts Showcase
Performing arts clips
3:15amClassic Arts Showcase
Performing arts clips
4:10amClassic Arts Showcase
Performing arts clips
5:10amClassic Arts Showcase
Performing arts clips
6:30amPuerto Rican Voices
Season 2/Episode #15
7:00amThis is America with Dennis Wholey
Japanese Investment In America
7:30amEdCast
The Principal Pipeline: Improving Schools Starting at the Top
8:00amGlobal 3000 (DW)
The Globalization Program
8:30amIndependent Sources
Course Correction
9:00amLiterary Visions
The Author's Voice: Tone And Style in Short Fiction
9:30amCloser to Truth
Critical Realism in Science and Theology (Ernan McMullin)
10:00amBeyond Geek
Kinetic Sculpture Racing, Part 2 of 2
10:30amStudy With the Best
April 2018
11:00amMuseum Access
The New York Botanical Garden / Installation of Dale Chihuly Exhibit and WA. Workshop
11:30amHealing Quest
Season 13/Episode #4
12:00pmBuildingNY:NYStories
Richard Lehrer: Cambridge Insurance Solutions
12:30pmBrian Talks New York
Trump Vs. New York: Immigration Update
1:00pmBlack America
All the Women in My Family Sing with Deborah Santana
1:30pmThe New York Times Close Up with Sam Roberts
tba
2:00pmThe Laura Flanders Show
Who's the Public in Public Art?
2:30pmNueva York
Nueva York rinde homenaje a Carmen Boullosa
3:00pmBob Herbert's Op-Ed.TV
Why Do So Many African Students Call CUNY's Bronx Community College Home?
3:30pmGreat Decisions
The Media and Foreign Policy
4:00pmCUNY TV Presents ABNY
Andrew M. Cuomo, Governor, NYS & Joseph Lhota, Chair, MTA
5:00pmConversations with Jim Zirin
Are We in the Most Dangerous Period Since World War II?
5:30pmAmerican Health Journal
Season 2/Episode #11
6:00pmArts in the City
April 2018
6:30pmBrooklyn College Presents
Generations
7:00pmEldridge & Co.
Victor Calise: Mayor's Office for People with Disabilities
7:30pmTony Guida's NY
Columbia University Protest of 1968
8:00pmOne to One
Hope House NYC: Topeka Sam & Vanee Sykes
8:30pmTheater Talk
"Frozen" composer-lyricists Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez; The Broadway League president Charlotte St. Martin
9:00pmCity Cinematheque
The Kennel Murder Case (1933)
11:00pmTelevision in America: An Autobiography
Don Hewitt, Producer "60 Minutes"
12:00amThe Stoler Report-New York's Business Report
The Changing Face of Residential/Retail & Commercial Developments
12:30amBuildingNY:NYStories
Richard Lehrer: Cambridge Insurance Solutions
1:00amVoices and Visions
T. S. Eliot
2:00amClassic Arts Showcase
Performing arts clips
3:05amClassic Arts Showcase
Performing arts clips
4:10amClassic Arts Showcase
Performing arts clips
5:10amClassic Arts Showcase
Performing arts clips
6:10amClassic Arts Showcase
Performing arts clips
7:00amTheater Talk
"Frozen" composer-lyricists Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez; The Broadway League president Charlotte St. Martin
7:30amAmerican Health Journal
Season 2/Episode #11
8:00amBrooklyn College Presents
Generations
8:30amArts in the City
April 2018
9:00amThe Open Mind
The Post-Millennial Wave - Heather Hargreaves
9:30amBob Herbert's Op-Ed.TV
Why Do So Many African Students Call CUNY's Bronx Community College Home?
10:00amTony Guida's NY
Columbia University Protest of 1968
10:30amThe Laura Flanders Show
Who's the Public in Public Art?
11:00amThe Stoler Report-New York's Business Report
How the Face of Real Estate Has Changed since 9/11
11:30amConversations with Jim Zirin
Are We in the Most Dangerous Period Since World War II?
12:00pmBuildingNY:NYStories
Carol Ostrow: Carol Ostrow Productions/Actors' Temple
12:30pmThe New York Times Close Up with Sam Roberts
tba
1:00pmFilms on CUNY TV
The Stranger
2:35pmFilms on CUNY TV
Sherlock Holmes and the Secret Weapon
3:45pmNational Gallery of Art
The Measure of All Things: Greek Art and Culture in the Fifth Century B.C.
4:00pmAmerican Cinema
Classical Hollywood Style
4:30pmNational Gallery of Art
Diaghilev And The Ballets Russes 1909-1929: When Art Danced with Music
5:00pmCloser to Truth
Critical Realism in Science and Theology (Ernan McMullin)
5:30pmCUNY TV Presents ABNY
Andrew M. Cuomo, Governor, NYS & Joseph Lhota, Chair, MTA
6:30pmEdCast
The Principal Pipeline: Improving Schools Starting at the Top
7:00pmStudy With the Best
April 2018
7:30pmThe Open Mind
The Post-Millennial Wave - Heather Hargreaves
8:00pmTony Guida's NY
Columbia University Protest of 1968
8:30pmPuerto Rican Voices
Season 2/Episode #15
9:00pmCity Cinematheque
The Kennel Murder Case (1933)
10:45pmMusica Maestra with Alondra De La Parra
Alondra de la Parra in Bamberg
11:00pmBrian Talks New York
Trump Vs. New York: Immigration Update
11:30pmBlack America
All the Women in My Family Sing with Deborah Santana
12:00amClassic Arts Showcase
Performing arts clips
1:05amClassic Arts Showcase
Performing arts clips
2:10amClassic Arts Showcase
Performing arts clips
3:10amClassic Arts Showcase
Performing arts clips
4:10amClassic Arts Showcase
Performing arts clips
5:05amClassic Arts Showcase
Performing arts clips
6:00amFramework for Democracy
The Glorious Burden
6:30amEarth Revealed
Mass Wasting
7:00amA Biography of America
Slavery
7:30amTheater Talk
"Frozen" composer-lyricists Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez; The Broadway League president Charlotte St. Martin
8:00amOne to One
Hope House NYC: Topeka Sam & Vanee Sykes
8:30amConversations with Jim Zirin
Are We in the Most Dangerous Period Since World War II?
9:00amThe Open Mind
The Post-Millennial Wave - Heather Hargreaves
9:30amBob Herbert's Op-Ed.TV
Why Do So Many African Students Call CUNY's Bronx Community College Home?
10:00amThis is America with Dennis Wholey
Japanese Investment In America
10:30amBuildingNY:NYStories
Carol Ostrow: Carol Ostrow Productions/Actors' Temple
11:00amClassic Arts Showcase
Performing arts clips
12:00pmFramework for Democracy
The Glorious Burden
12:30pmEarth Revealed
Mass Wasting
1:00pmA Biography of America
Slavery
1:30pmTheater Talk
"Frozen" composer-lyricists Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez; The Broadway League president Charlotte St. Martin
2:00pmOne to One
Hope House NYC: Topeka Sam & Vanee Sykes
2:30pmConversations with Jim Zirin
Are We in the Most Dangerous Period Since World War II?
3:00pmThe Open Mind
The Post-Millennial Wave - Heather Hargreaves
3:30pmBob Herbert's Op-Ed.TV
Why Do So Many African Students Call CUNY's Bronx Community College Home?
4:00pmThis is America with Dennis Wholey
Japanese Investment In America
4:30pmBuildingNY:NYStories
Carol Ostrow: Carol Ostrow Productions/Actors' Temple
5:00pmClose Up
(Deutsche Welle)
5:30pmDW News
DW News
6:00pmDemocracy Now!
A daily independent global news hour
7:00pmClassic Arts Showcase
Performing arts clips
8:00pmTheater Talk
"Harry Potter and the Cursed Child"
8:30pmOne to One
Miao Wang
9:00pm21st Century
Liberia: Legacy of Peace; Palestiniadi
9:30pmConversations with Jim Zirin
James P. O'Neill, New York City Police Commissioner
10:00pmFramework for Democracy
The Glorious Burden
10:30pmEarth Revealed
Mass Wasting
11:00pmBuildingNY:NYStories
Carol Ostrow: Carol Ostrow Productions/Actors' Temple
11:30pmThe Open Mind
The Post-Millennial Wave - Heather Hargreaves
12:00amDemocracy Now!
A daily independent global news hour
1:00amClassic Arts Showcase
Performing arts clips
2:00amThe Stoler Report-New York's Business Report
How the Face of Real Estate Has Changed since 9/11
2:30amCity Talk
Joseph Viteritti & Sam Roberts-Mayor John Lindsay
3:00amDay at Night
Cab Calloway, singer and bandleader.
3:30amVoices and Visions
T. S. Eliot
4:30amATW's Working in the Theatre
Stage Veterans 2009
5:30amFilms on CUNY TV
Terror By Night
6:30amClassic Arts Showcase
Performing arts clips
7:00amAmerican Health Journal
Season 2/Episode #11
7:30amPhysics For The 21st Century
The Quantum World
8:00am21st Century
Liberia: Legacy of Peace; Palestiniadi
8:30amCarnegie Council: Global Ethics Forum
Hope for a Sustainable Future
9:00amLiterary Visions
Suggested Meanings: Symbolism and Allegory in Short Fiction
9:30amUnseen Life on Earth
Metabolism
10:00amEconomics U$A
Labor and Management
10:30amExploring the World of Music
Transmission: Learning Music
11:00amClassic Arts Showcase
Performing arts clips
12:00pmPhysics For The 21st Century
The Quantum World
12:30pmDiscovering Psychology
Constructing Social Reality
1:00pmAmerican Health Journal
Season 2/Episode #11
1:30pmExploring the World of Music
Transmission: Learning Music
2:00pm21st Century
Liberia: Legacy of Peace; Palestiniadi
2:30pmCarnegie Council: Global Ethics Forum
Hope for a Sustainable Future
3:00pmBaruch College Special
The Dynamic of Climate Change and Migration: the Public Policy Impact on International Governments and Local Cities
4:00pmEconomics U$A
Labor and Management
4:30pmIndependent Sources
Course Correction
5:00pmGlobal 3000 (DW)
The Globalization Program
5:30pmDW News
DW News
6:00pmDemocracy Now!
Tuesday
7:00pmClassic Arts Showcase
Performing arts clips
8:00pmAsian American Life
May 2018: Asian American Women Who Make A Difference
8:30pmBaruch College Special
The Dynamic of Climate Change and Migration: the Public Policy Impact on International Governments and Local Cities
9:30pmCriminal Justice Matters
How Can We Stop Online Violence
10:00pmPuerto Rican Voices
Season 2/Episode #16
10:30pmBrooklyn College Presents
Before We Eat, Episode One: Market Value
11:00pmThe Stoler Report-New York's Business Report
How the Face of Real Estate Has Changed since 9/11
11:30pmBlack America
All the Women in My Family Sing with Deborah Santana
12:00amDemocracy Now!
Tuesday
1:00amClassic Arts Showcase
Performing arts clips
2:00amWomen in Theatre
Graciela Daniele
2:30amArt or Something Like It!
Governmental Comic Books or Experience Sneakas
3:00amScience and the Written Word
Paul Hoffman
4:30amThe Urban Agenda
Child Education
5:00amThe Open Mind
Why the Past Does Not Predict the Future, Part 1
5:30amThe Open Mind
Why The Past Does Not Predict The Future, Part 2
6:00amThe Open Mind
The Gift of Fear
6:30amBuildingNY:NYStories
Carol Ostrow: Carol Ostrow Productions/Actors' Temple
7:00amBrian Talks New York
Trump Vs. New York: Immigration Update
7:30amBlack America
All the Women in My Family Sing with Deborah Santana
8:00amAsian American Life
May 2018: Asian American Women Who Make A Difference
8:30amThe Stoler Report-New York's Business Report
How the Face of Real Estate Has Changed since 9/11
9:00amEldridge & Co.
Victor Calise: Mayor's Office for People with Disabilities
9:30amTony Guida's NY
Columbia University Protest of 1968
10:00amPuerto Rican Voices
Season 2/Episode #16
10:30amCriminal Justice Matters
How Can We Stop Online Violence
11:00amClassic Arts Showcase
Performing arts clips
12:00pmMuseum Access
The Davinci Machines / Florence, Italy Workshop
12:30pm21st Century
Liberia: Legacy of Peace; Palestiniadi
1:00pmBrian Talks New York
Trump Vs. New York: Immigration Update
1:30pmBlack America
All the Women in My Family Sing with Deborah Santana
2:00pmAsian American Life
May 2018: Asian American Women Who Make A Difference
2:30pmThe Stoler Report-New York's Business Report
Leading Edge/Tech and Commercial Real Estate
3:00pmPuerto Rican Voices
Season 2/Episode #16
3:30pmCriminal Justice Matters
How Can We Stop Online Violence
4:00pmEldridge & Co.
Victor Calise: Mayor's Office for People with Disabilities
4:30pmTony Guida's NY
Columbia University Protest of 1968
5:00pmClose Up
(Deutsche Welle)
5:30pmDW News
DW News
6:00pmDemocracy Now!
Wednesday
7:00pmClassic Arts Showcase
Performing arts clips
8:00pmBrian Talks New York
tba
8:30pmTony Guida's NY
Columbia University Protest of 1968
9:00pmScience & U!
May 2018
9:30pmMount Sinai Future You
Episode 1
10:00pmEldridge & Co.
Biju Mathew, New York Taxi Workers Alliance
10:30pmThe Stoler Report-New York's Business Report
Leading Edge/Tech and Commercial Real Estate
11:00pmConversations with Jim Zirin
James P. O'Neill, New York City Police Commissioner
11:30pmOne to One
Miao Wang
12:00amDemocracy Now!
Wednesday
1:00amClassic Arts Showcase
Performing arts clips
2:00amDouble Je
The Best of Double Je
4:00amCanapé
October 2013 (In French with English subtitles)
4:30amAfrican American Legends
Priorities for New Yorkers of African Descent during the Bloomberg Administration
5:00amMetroView
Welcome Back to Brooklyn
5:30amCityWide
Big Issues - New York & London
6:00amIn Good Shape (DW)
The Health Show
6:30amMount Sinai Future You
Episode 1
7:00amIndependent Sources
Course Correction
7:30amGreat Decisions
Turkey: A Partner in Crisis
8:00amBaruch College Special
The Dynamic of Climate Change and Migration: the Public Policy Impact on International Governments and Local Cities
9:00amCuadriga
Weekly news/discussion show from Deutsche Welle
9:45amTreasures of the World
Treasures of the World
10:00amNueva York
Nueva York rinde homenaje a Carmen Boullosa
10:30amScience & U!
May 2018
11:00amClassic Arts Showcase
Performing arts clips
12:00pmIn Good Shape (DW)
The Health Show
12:30pmEuromaxx
Deutsche Welle
1:00pmIndependent Sources
Course Correction
1:30pmGreat Decisions
Turkey: A Partner in Crisis
2:00pmBaruch College Special
The Dynamic of Climate Change and Migration: the Public Policy Impact on International Governments and Local Cities
3:00pmCuadriga
Weekly news/discussion show from Deutsche Welle
3:45pmTreasures of the World
Treasures of the World
4:00pmNueva York
Nueva York rinde homenaje a Carmen Boullosa
4:30pmScience & U!
May 2018
5:00pmMount Sinai Future You
Episode 1
5:30pmDW News
DW News
6:00pmDemocracy Now!
Thursday
7:00pmClassic Arts Showcase
Performing arts clips
8:00pmScience Goes to the Movies
Math Jokes! with Lewis Black and Brian Greene Part 1 of 2
8:30pmStudy With the Best
CUNY and the Animal Kingdom
9:00pmVoices and Visions
Wallace Stevens
10:00pmThe Commander
Entrapment (Part 1 of 2)
11:00pmIndependent Sources
Course Correction
11:30pmBuildingNY:NYStories
Carol Ostrow: Carol Ostrow Productions/Actors' Temple