Programming

Mill Valley First Friday: Naked Truth

Check out the latest Mill Valley First Friday "Naked Truth" at the Mill Valley Library, October 12th 2012. Watch as the library transforms into a venue for seasoned raconteurs and storytelling novices who showcase their human experiences. Each guest will recount a rebellious tale based on the evening's theme: "Breaking the Rules".

Mon 11/05/12 02:00 PM Community Channel
Thu 11/08/12 06:00 PM Community Channel

Hooked on Marin: Rock 'n' Roll

UPDATE: Marin County Rock 'n' Roll is available to Watch Now

You can also see the whole 2013-2014 Hooked on Marin lecture series with this online playlist: http://goo.gl/H76G0I

As part of the Hooked on Marin Speaker Series, rock historian and College of Marin Instructor, Richie Unterberger, gave a presentation on "Marin County Rock 'n' Roll Music History." The audience was also treated to a talk by Rock Journalist Ben Fong-Torres.

The Hooked on Marin speaker series is a community-based partnership comprised of Marin county public service agencies and educational districts collaborating to foster social, educational, and cultural enrichment opportunities in Marin. Video coverage is provided by the Drake High School Communications Academy in a partnership between CMCM and the Intel Computer Clubhouse. CMCM trained four separate multi-camera production teams to cover each of the talks.

Eye of the Storm

Eye of the Storm relives the night of the controversial execution of Stanley "Tookie" Williams.

On the night of December 13, 2005, San Quentin Village was hit by a media storm generated by the coming execution of Crips co-founder Tookie Williams. The film's director, Kramer Herzog, is a resident of the village, and in return for the use of his property, the FOX National News crew granted Herzog permission to film and interact with them over the course of the 24 hours leading up to the midnight execution.

Watch the Leadership Studies Lecture series on Marin TV

If you missed any of the Leadership Lecture Series events, don't fret, you can now watch them on Wednesday evenings at 8:00 P.M, Repeats Thursdays at 10:00 A.M. on the Marin TV Education Channel (Comcast 30, AT&T U-Verse 99).

(Please see below for specific dates)

Petrocelli
Madeleine Albright in conversation with Elaine Petrocelli
Prague Winter: A Personal Story of Remembrance and War

Wednesday, August 7, 2013

Former Secretary of State, Madeleine Albright writes, "No one who lived through the years of 1937 to 1948 was a stranger to profound sadness. Millions of innocents did not survive, and their deaths must never be forgotten." At once a deeply personal memoir and an incisive work of history,Prague Winter: A Personal Story of Remembrance and War, 1937-1948 serves as a guide to the future through the lessons of the past - as seen through the eyes of one of the international community's most respected and fascinating figures.

Songs for Changing the World

Don't miss this inspiring performance by one of America's finest singer/songwriters, Jon Fromer, at Dominican University. Jon has shared the stage with Maria Callas, Pete Seeger, and Henry Mancini and shared billing with the Beach Boys, John Denver, the Lovin' Spoonful and Phil Ochs. He has also won one national and 18 regional Emmys for his work as a television producer. 

Valentine's Day Specials!

Marin TV, Will You Be Mine?

Are you in the mood to watch some special Valentine's Day videos? Well snuggle up, eat some of that chocolate, and check out our amazing array of love shorts that will make you fall in love all over again.

The specials will be playing today at 6PM and repeating at 9:30PM on the Marin TV Community Channel.

The shorts include an animated creature looking for love, a stop motion animation of two people snailing (yes snailing) in love, a D.I.Y. Valentine's Day cake creation, and lastly a wonderful piece searching for the clues of love - shot on Super 8 film.

Marin Poets Live! Television Marathon - Sunday April 24

Poetry fuels our intellect, sparks our imagination and makes us all dream out loud.

Join us on Marin TV this Sunday April 24, as we celebrate National poetry month with a Marin Poets Live! marathon.

Four years ago, the Marin County Free Library began this series hosted by Neshama Franklin and crewed by Marin TV volunteers Brian Jones, Nancy Finston, Lori Greenleaf, Brad Flaharty and others. Thirty eight episodes later the series is still going strong, giving voice to Marin's poetry community!

Tune in Sunday - we promise your week will be the better for it!

Schedule for Sunday April 24th on the Education Channel
(Comcast CH 30 | AT&T CH 99 and cmcm.tv/liveedu)

9:00 AM Jackie Kudler
9:30 AM Gerald Fleming & Barbara Swift Bauer
10:00 AM Doreen Stock
10:30 AM Margaret Kaufman & Albert Flynn DeSilver
11:00 AM Joanne Kyger
11:30 AM Kay Ryan
12:00 PM Claudia Chapline & Giovanni Singleton
12:30 PM Sharon Fain & Joseph Zaccardi
1:00 PM CB Follett & Kathy Evans
1:30 PM Brenda Hillman
2:00 PM Prartho Sereno & Claire Blotter
2:30 PM Jane Hirshfield

Land, Water & Sky

Be inspired to create your own masterpieces - beautiful landscape moods and impressions in acrylic with 'beloved Marin' artist and teacher, Bernard Healey! Bernard encourages everyone to 'Keep Painting' in the new series Land, Water & Sky!

2nd and 4th Thursday of Every Month at 7PM
COMMUNITY CHANNEL

Filmmaker Gary Yost on Marin TV

Watch three breathtaking documentary shorts from filmmaker Gary Yost. Gary is a photographer and videographer based in the Bay Area. All three of the shorts highlighted feature magnificent Marin panoramas requiring the utmost technical precision.

Marin County Firefighters: "Always Prepared" Watch now on Vimeo

Three years ago I made a short film about what it's like to work up in the fire lookout on the East Peak of Mt. Tamalpais. The majority of a lookout’s day is spent in watchfulness while listening to Marin County Fire dispatch sending firefighters on calls. As I became more and more familiar with what I was hearing, I began to marvel at how our first responders are instantly ready to help anyone in trouble… and there were plenty of emergencies on that radio. Car and bike accidents, structure and wildland fires, medical emergencies and more… there are a constant string of crises that firefighters have to respond to FAST.

Seriously Now

Seriously Now In Depth this week takes a look at youth and family courts. First, an interview with Don Carney, the director of Marin Youth Court which brings an innovative approach to Marin’s teenagers. The youth play DA, defense lawyer, and juror and the sentences are binding. The sentences focus on restorative justice and not on punishment. Kelly O’Mara, a host for Seriously Now, conducts the interview.

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