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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
Metallica
12:30amTimesTalks
Twenty Feet From Stardom
1:00amDay at Night
Marcel Marceau
1:30amClassic Arts Showcase
Performing arts clips
2:30amClassic Arts Showcase
Performing arts clips
3:30amClassic Arts Showcase
Performing arts clips
4:30amClassic Arts Showcase
Performing arts clips
6:00amMoyers & Company
Fighting for the Four Freedoms
6:30amGreat Decisions in Foreign Policy
Energy Independence
7:00amOne to One
Virginia Johnson
7:30amTheater Talk
Steven Lutvak, composer/co-lyricist "A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder"
8:00amThe Open Mind
In Memoriam: Richard D. Heffner
8:30amAfrican American Legends
An Interview with Danny Glover, Actor, "Revisiting a Classic"
9:00amFILM
Power for the Parkinsons
10:00amCarnegie Council: Global Ethics Forum
By All Means Necessary: How China's Resource Quest is Changing the World
10:30amBuildingNY:NYStories
Amy Scherber - Amy's Bread
12:00pmMoyers & Company
Fighting for the Four Freedoms
12:30pmGreat Decisions in Foreign Policy
Energy Independence
1:00pmOne to One
Virginia Johnson
1:30pmTheater Talk
Steven Lutvak, composer/co-lyricist "A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder"
2:00pmThe Open Mind
In Memoriam: Richard D. Heffner
2:30pmAfrican American Legends
An Interview with Danny Glover, Actor, "Revisiting a Classic"
3:00pmFILM
Power for the Parkinsons
4:00pmCarnegie Council: Global Ethics Forum
By All Means Necessary: How China's Resource Quest is Changing the World
4:30pmBuildingNY:NYStories
Amy Scherber - Amy's Bread
6:00pmOne to One
Virginia Johnson
6:30pmDemocracy Now!
A daily independent global news hour
7:30pmTheater Talk
Steven Lutvak, composer/co-lyricist "A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder"
8:00pmThe Open Mind
In Memoriam: Richard D. Heffner
8:30pmAfrican American Legends
An Interview with Danny Glover, Actor, "Revisiting a Classic"
9:00pmFILM
Power for the Parkinsons
10:00pmCarnegie Council: Global Ethics Forum
By All Means Necessary: How China's Resource Quest is Changing the World
10:30pmBuildingNY:NYStories
Amy Scherber - Amy's Bread
11:00pmMoyers & Company
Fighting for the Four Freedoms
11:30pmGreat Decisions in Foreign Policy
Energy Independence
1:00amDemocracy Now!
A daily independent global news hour
2:00amThe Stoler Report-New York’s Business Report
3rd/4th Generation Businesses: Grow & Prosper
2:30amFILM
Impact
4:20amNational Gallery of Art
Henri Rousseau: Jungles in Paris
5:00amThe World of Abnormal Psychology
Psychotherapies
6:00amNutrition Pathways
Protein: Protein Continuum
6:30amPsychology: The Human Experience
Learning: Observational and Cognitive Approaches
7:00amTransitions Throughout the Life Span
The Play Years: Biosocial Development
7:30amCUNY TV Special
Animals and the Environment
8:00amScience & U!
Science and the Environment
8:30amAstronomy: Observations and Theories
Observing the Sky
9:00amAnthropology: The Four Fields
Premodern Humans
9:30amCycles of Life: Exploring Biology
DNA: Blueprint of Life
10:00amFILM
Planet Ocean
12:00pmInside/Out: An Introduction To Psychology
The Mind's Storehouse: Memory
12:30pmThe Endless Voyage: Oceanography
Beneath the Surface
1:00pmOur Families, Ourselves
Changing Families
1:30pmCUNY TV Special
Animals and the Environment
2:00pmScience & U!
Science and the Environment
2:30pmAstronomy: Observations and Theories
Observing the Sky
3:00pmAnthropology: The Four Fields
Premodern Humans
3:30pmCycles of Life: Exploring Biology
DNA: Blueprint of Life
4:00pmFILM
Planet Ocean
6:00pmJournal (Deutsche Welle News)
European news
6:30pmDemocracy Now!
Tuesday
7:30pmCUNY TV Special
Animals and the Environment
8:00pmScience & U!
Science and the Environment
8:30pmAstronomy: Observations and Theories
Observing the Sky
9:00pmAnthropology: The Four Fields
Premodern Humans
9:30pmCycles of Life: Exploring Biology
DNA: Blueprint of Life
10:00pmFILM
Planet Ocean
1:00amDemocracy Now!
Tuesday
2:00amMoyers & Company
Fighting for the Four Freedoms
2:30amGreat Decisions in Foreign Policy
Energy Independence
3:00amTimesTalks
Metallica
3:30amTimesTalks
Twenty Feet From Stardom
4:00amThe Unfinished Nation - Part II Introduction To American History
Warrior To Priest - Presidents Of The Early 1900's
4:30amFor the Love of Wisdom
Body/Mind/Spirit
5:00amThe Human Condition
The Code
5:30amBuildingNY:NYStories
Amy Scherber - Amy's Bread
6:00amBeliefs and Believers
The Religious Quest: The Ramtha School of Enlightenment
7:00amBrianLehrer.TV
tba
8:00amStudy With the Best
Season 12, #2
8:30amThe Stoler Report-New York’s Business Report
3rd/4th Generation Businesses: Grow & Prosper
9:00amEldridge & Co.
Camille Rivera
9:30amCity Talk
Pedro Noguera, Part 1 of 2
10:00amEdCast
Community Colleges: The View from the Bronx to the White House
10:30amCUNY TV Special
Food Revolution
12:00pmThe Unfinished Nation - Part II Introduction To American History
Warrior To Priest - Presidents Of The Early 1900's
12:30pmTransforming America: U.S. History Since 1877
The Progressive Paradox
1:00pmBrianLehrer.TV
tba
2:00pmStudy With the Best
Season 12, #2
2:30pmThe Stoler Report-New York’s Business Report
3rd/4th Generation Businesses: Grow & Prosper
3:00pmEdCast
Community Colleges: The View from the Bronx to the White House
3:30pmCUNY TV Special
Food Revolution
4:00pmEldridge & Co.
Camille Rivera
4:30pmCity Talk
Pedro Noguera, Part 1 of 2
6:00pmJournal (Deutsche Welle News)
European news
6:30pmDemocracy Now!
Wednesday
7:30pmBrianLehrer.TV
tba
8:30pmIndependent Sources
tba
9:00pmEldridge & Co.
Camille Rivera
9:30pmCity Talk
Pedro Noguera, Part 1 of 2
10:00pmStudy With the Best
Season 12, #2
10:30pmThe Stoler Report-New York’s Business Report
3rd/4th Generation Businesses: Grow & Prosper
11:00pmEdCast
Community Colleges: The View from the Bronx to the White House
11:30pmEconomics U$A: 21st Century
Resources and Scarcity
1:00amDemocracy Now!
Wednesday
2:00amBrianLehrer.TV
tba
3:00amEldridge & Co.
Camille Rivera
3:30amCity Talk
Pedro Noguera, Part 1 of 2
4:00amTimesTalks
Artist Marina Abramovic
5:00amLove: What Everyone Needs to Know
Is It Love or Infatuation?
6:00amIn Focus
Weekly Documentaries and Reports
6:30amEuromaxx
Euromaxx
7:00amIndependent Sources
tba
7:30amEuropean Journal
Weekly news magazine
8:00amLa Grande Librairie
Season 5 / #31
9:00amTaiwan Culture Film Series
Song of the Forest
10:00amNueva York
Especial - Noticias Culturales Iberoamericanas
10:30amCanape
April 2014 (In French with English subtitles)
12:00pmIn Focus
Weekly Documentaries and Reports
12:30pmEuromaxx
Euromaxx
1:00pmIndependent Sources
tba
1:30pmEuropean Journal
Weekly news magazine
2:00pmLa Grande Librairie
Season 5 / #31
3:00pmTaiwan Culture Film Series
Song of the Forest
4:00pmNueva York
Especial - Noticias Culturales Iberoamericanas
4:30pmCanape
April 2014 (In French with English subtitles)
6:00pmJournal (Deutsche Welle News)
European news
6:30pmDemocracy Now!
Thursday
7:30pmEuropean Journal
Weekly news magazine
8:00pmLa Grande Librairie
Season 5 / #31
9:00pmTaiwan Culture Film Series
Song of the Forest
10:00pmNueva York
Especial - Noticias Culturales Iberoamericanas
10:30pmCanape
April 2014 (In French with English subtitles)
11:00pmIndependent Sources
tba
1:00amDemocracy Now!
Thursday
2:00amLa Grande Librairie
Season 5 / #31
3:00amTaiwan Culture Film Series
Song of the Forest
4:00amFILM
Evergreen
5:30amThe Stoler Report-New York’s Business Report
3rd/4th Generation Businesses: Grow & Prosper
6:00amThe Western Tradition
The Enlightenment
6:30amBridging World History
Early Economics
7:00amSherlock Holmes
The Eligible Bachelor, Part Two
8:00amTimesTalks
David Bouley
9:00amInvitation to World Literature
Popol Vuh
9:30amDay at Night
Stewart R. Mott, philanthropist
10:00amArts in the City
April 2014
10:30amThe Writer’s Circle
Evaluating and Organizing
12:00pmThe Western Tradition
The Enlightenment
12:30pmBridging World History
Early Economics
1:00pmSherlock Holmes
The Eligible Bachelor, Part Two
2:00pmInvitation to World Literature
Popol Vuh
2:30pmDay at Night
Stewart R. Mott, philanthropist
3:00pmArts in the City
April 2014
3:30pmThe Writer’s Circle
Evaluating and Organizing
4:00pmTimesTalks
David Bouley
6:00pmJournal (Deutsche Welle News)
European news
6:30pmDemocracy Now!
Friday
7:30pmDay at Night
Stewart R. Mott, philanthropist
8:00pmInvitation to World Literature
Popol Vuh
8:30pmArts in the City
April 2014
9:00pmTimesTalks
David Bouley
10:00pmSherlock Holmes
The Eligible Bachelor, Part Two
11:00pmDemocracy Now!
Friday
12:00amFILM: City Cinematheque
Things To Come
7:00amBeliefs and Believers
The Religious Quest: The Ramtha School of Enlightenment
8:00amCloser to Truth
The New Atheism
8:30amIndependent Sources
tba
9:00amMoyers & Company
Fighting for the Four Freedoms
9:30amGreat Decisions in Foreign Policy
Energy Independence
10:00amBrianLehrer.TV
tba
11:00amATW's Working in the Theatre
Passion and Compassion: Actors 2011
12:00pmBuildingNY:NYStories
Amy Scherber - Amy's Bread
12:30pmDouble Je
November 2005
2:00pmCanape
April 2014 (In French with English subtitles)
2:30pmNueva York
Especial - Noticias Culturales Iberoamericanas
3:00pmEuropean Journal
Weekly news magazine
3:30pmStudy With the Best
Season 12, #2
4:00pmCUNY TV Special
Animals and the Environment
4:30pmScience & U!
Science and the Environment
5:00pmCarnegie Council: Global Ethics Forum
By All Means Necessary: How China's Resource Quest is Changing the World
5:30pmCUNY TV Special
Food Revolution
6:00pmAfrican American Legends
An Interview with Danny Glover, Actor, "Revisiting a Classic"
6:30pmBrooklyn College Presents
Hitting Home - Making The Indie Action Film
7:00pmInvitation to World Literature
Popol Vuh
7:30pmCity Talk
Pedro Noguera, Part 1 of 2
8:00pmEdCast
Community Colleges: The View from the Bronx to the White House
8:30pmTheater Talk
Denzel Washington and Woodie King, Jr.
9:00pmFILM: City Cinematheque
Nicholas Nickleby
11:15pmFILM
Planet Ocean
6:00amLove: What Everyone Needs to Know
Is It Love or Infatuation?
7:00amCarnegie Council: Global Ethics Forum
By All Means Necessary: How China's Resource Quest is Changing the World
7:30amEuropean Journal
Weekly news magazine
8:00amStudy With the Best
tba
8:30amInvitation to World Literature
Popol Vuh
9:00amOne to One
Virginia Johnson
10:00amEdCast
Community Colleges: The View from the Bronx to the White House
10:30amThe Stoler Report-New York’s Business Report
3rd/4th Generation Businesses: Grow & Prosper
11:00amEldridge & Co.
Camille Rivera
11:30amCity Talk
Pedro Noguera, Part 1 of 2
12:00pmArts in the City
April 2014
12:30pmTheater Talk
Denzel Washington and Woodie King, Jr.
1:00pmSherlock Holmes
The Last Vampyre, Part One
2:00pmSherlock Holmes
The Last Vampyre, Part Two
3:00pmSherlock Holmes
The Eligible Bachelor, Part One
4:00pmSherlock Holmes
The Eligible Bachelor, Part Two
5:00pmATW's Working in the Theatre
Critics and Social Media
6:00pmBuildingNY:NYStories
Amy Scherber - Amy's Bread
6:30pmDouble Je
November 2005
8:00pmStudy With the Best
tba
9:00pmFILM: City Cinematheque
Nicholas Nickleby
11:15pmBrianLehrer.TV
tba
12:15amTimesTalks
David Bouley
1:10amDay at Night
Stewart R. Mott, philanthropist
6:00amMoyers & Company
What the One Percent Don't Want You to Know
6:30amCUNY TV Presents CEI-PEA
Carmen Farina, Chancellor of the New York City Public Schools
7:00amOne to One
Ruth Messinger
7:30amTheater Talk
Denzel Washington and Woodie King, Jr.
8:30amAfrican American Legends
Jae Gardner, Founder and CEO, The Ivy Key, "The Key to Success"
9:00amBaruch College Special
Race And Neighborhoods In The 21st Century:
10:00amCarnegie Council: Global Ethics Forum
When God Talks Back: Understanding The American Evangelical Relationship with God
10:30amBuildingNY:NYStories
Norbert Goldfield, M.D.
12:00pmMoyers & Company
What the One Percent Don't Want You to Know
12:30pmCUNY TV Presents CEI-PEA
Carmen Farina, Chancellor of the New York City Public Schools
1:00pmOne to One
Ruth Messinger
1:30pmTheater Talk
Denzel Washington and Woodie King, Jr.
2:30pmAfrican American Legends
Jae Gardner, Founder and CEO, The Ivy Key, "The Key to Success"
3:00pmBaruch College Special
Race And Neighborhoods In The 21st Century:
4:00pmCarnegie Council: Global Ethics Forum
When God Talks Back: Understanding The American Evangelical Relationship with God
4:30pmBuildingNY:NYStories
Norbert Goldfield, M.D.
6:00pmOne to One
Ruth Messinger
6:30pmDemocracy Now!
A daily independent global news hour
7:30pmTheater Talk
Denzel Washington and Woodie King, Jr.
8:30pmAfrican American Legends
Jae Gardner, Founder and CEO, The Ivy Key, "The Key to Success"
9:00pmBaruch College Special
Race And Neighborhoods In The 21st Century:
10:00pmCUNY TV Presents CEI-PEA
Carmen Farina, Chancellor of the New York City Public Schools
10:30pmBuildingNY:NYStories
Norbert Goldfield, M.D.
11:00pmMoyers & Company
What the One Percent Don't Want You to Know
11:30pmGreat Decisions in Foreign Policy
Climate and Security