Programming

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.

People's Climate March - From NYC to Marin

On Sunday September 21st, the People's Climate March will be held in New York with supporting marches taking place around the world, including at San Anselmo in Marin. The event promises to be the largest Climate March to date, and sets the stage for the UN climate summit which starts September 23rd in NYC.

We've scheduled a weekend of low-carbon footprint activity for you!

First, watch the Climate Change Specials on Channel 30 on Saturday. Then on Sunday morning, catch the live Democracy Now! coverage from NYC at 7:30 am on Channel 30 or online, then head over to San Anselmo's Creek Park for the 1:00 pm Marin March. The rest of Sunday, catch up on the specials you may have missed Saturday on Channel 30.

Special programming includes:
- Disruption (documentary)
- The Real News Network: Jill Stein, We Must Deal With The Climate Crisis Through Job Creation and Breakthroughs Unlikely at Upcoming UN Climate Summit

The Lens

Marin TV will be running "The Lens", a daily digest of the festival, which will include interviews with filmmakers, actors, and audiences.

For the duration of the festival, The Lens will air at 5 pm every day on the Marin TV Education Channel (Comcast Channel 30 & AT&T Channel 99), and will repeat again at 10 pm. Tune in!

Away from your TV? Don't worry, you can watch it on our livestream at: http://cmcm.tv/liveedu and later in the day at http://cmcm.tv/mvff

Marinsomnia Halloween Specials

Horrorsomnia
Stay up past midnight for a week of classic 'B' Horror on Marin TV Channel 26. These run well through the days of the dead and into next week, watch them all and you'll surely be a walking zombie by next week.



Starting on Halloween night at midnight (which is technically Friday)!

Thursday (Christopher HalloLee night)

Horror express 12:00am
An English anthropologist has discovered a frozen monster in the frozen wastes of Manchuria which he believes may be the Missing Link. 1972 Christopher Lee, Peter Cushing, Telly Savalas

End of the World 1:29am
A scientist discovers signals from space that appear to carry information concerning a series of seemingly unrelated natural disasters, occurring across the globe. Hoping to discover the source of these signals and who's behind them, the scientist and his wife set out on a trek to locate the intended recipient of the signals. What the couple eventually discovers is a small remote convent with occupants who are not really who they appear to be.1977 Christopher Lee, Sue Lyon

Horror Hotel 2:55am

Label GMO Symposium

Held at the Community Center in San Rafael July 25th, experts speak about the benefits of GMO Labeling, and the upcoming initiative - Proposition 37 "Our Right to Know - Label GMO's" on the 2012 ballot. Find out the effects of Genetically Modified Organisms and why we should all be more concerned about the food we eat.

Robin Carpenter, KWMR Radio talk-show host, is the moderator for two panel experts: Jeffrey Smith, author of "Seeds of Deception" & "Genetic Roulette", and Pamm Larry, leader of the California GMO Labeling Initiative.

SAT. AUGUST 25TH, 8PM
RPT. AUGUST 26TH, 1PM

Igniting the Fire

Point Reyes Books presents the Geography of Hope Conference, “Igniting the Green Fire: Finding Hope in Aldo Leopold’s Land Ethic,” with the world's foremost Aldo Leopold experts.

Fridays at 8PM
Education Channel

Special election night coverage

MARIN VOTES - Special election night coverage with Greg Brockbank, Peter B. Collins and Larry Strick.

On election night join Marin TV with our special hosts for a wrap-up of the day's elections and primaries.

Tuesday, June 7 | 9 PM on Comcast Ch 30 / AT&T Ch 99 and online at http://cmcm.tv/liveedu

Marinsomnia

An after hours block of vintage films ranging from romance to thrillers, for the sleep deprived and restless.

Monday - Thursday at Midnight
COMMUNITY CHANNEL

Next week we will be playing:

White Zombie (1932) - A young man turns to a witch doctor to lure the woman he loves away from her fiance, but instead turns her into a zombie slave.

Carnival of Souls (1962) - After a traumatic accident, a woman becomes drawn to a mysterious abandoned carnival.

IJ Forums Episode 1

CMCM is collaborating with the Marin Independent Journal on a new Public Affairs Program hosted by the paper's political writer, Dick Spotswood. The first edition of "IJ Forums" will address the issue of opening more trails to mountain bike access. Guests taking opposing views on this hot topic are Linda Novy (FootPeople) and Vernon Huffman (Access4Bikes).

Watch it on Channel 26 Comcast and Channel 99 AT&T
Sat. Jan. 16 - 5:30 p.m.
Mon. Jan. 25 - 7:30 p.m.
Sat. Jan. 30 - 5:30 p.m.

Barbershop Christmas Special

The Marin Golden Gate Barbershop Chorus presents a Christmas special barbershop style.

Their mission is to bring the joy of singing to men of good will, and to promote youth outreach programs to assist young men who wish to learn to sing in the four-part (tenor, lead, baritone and bass) a cappella harmony barbershop style.

December 23rd at 6PM
EDUCATION CHANNEL

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December 24th at 5PM
COMMUNITY CHANNEL

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December 25th at 5PM
EDUCATION CHANNEL

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