Channel 191

Saturday, May 30, 2015
8:00 AM This week on Cinemaniacs; Tom and Mark return with a manic catch-up show, covering films released over the past two weeks, and Mark babbles excitedly about the third annual April Ghouls Drive-In Super Monster-Rama event in Pennsylvania.
8:30 AM Movie Making Tips, Securing Props
9:00 AM Physicians Focus presented by the Massachusetts Medical Society, this month; Measles Outbreak and The Value of Vaccines
10:00 AM Senate Forum with Sen Michael O. Moore and Robert Grossman, from April 13, 2015
11:00 AM This week on Expedition New England; Amphibian Rescue and Whale Necropsy
11:29 AM Fishing Line Public Service Announcement
12:00 PM Local Rock hosted by Jimmy J..; This week Acoustic Guitarists Dana Lewis and Dan Kirovav
1:00 PM This month on The Mass Factor; John Miller, Republican candidate for Attorney General, has an interesting view of who are the real clients of the AG’s office.
2:00 PM Introduction to Genealogy with Craig Sczulinski, a Senior Center Production
3:00 PM Money Talk host Jack Bevilaqua discusses Maximizing College Financial Aid
4:00 PM Special Report on Emergency Preparedness
5:00 PM ‘Life Matters’ produced by Massachusetts Citizens for Life this week; Regina ‘Reggie’ Littlejohn, J.D. Founder & President Women’s Rights Without Frontiers
6:00 PM Thyme In The Kitchen presents Cheese, Pam and Lee take a look at some of their favorite cheese recipes: Quiche Lorraine, Gruyere and Panchetta Puffs, Coeura a-la Creme, and Baked Pecan and Honey Brie.
6:41 PM MCPHS – Pharmacy Outreach Program – Medication Management
7:00 PM SHINE Serving Health Insurance Needs for Everyone, Program presents Prescription Advantage
8:00 PM This week on Gardening Rhythms; Making Compost Tea, the food used to feed soil micro-biology and how to make and test the equipment for spreading the micro-biology without destroying it.
8:30 PM Home Composting
9:00 PM Memorial Day Parade and Hillside Cemetery Observations from May 25, 2015
10:30 PM Lurking in the Trees – Asian Longhorn Beatles
11:00 PM Drive In Massacre; 1977 horror film written and directed by Stu Segall, and co-written by John F. Goff and George Buck Flower, starring no one you’d recognize…

Sunday, May 31, 2015
7:00 AM Senate Forum with Sen Michael O. Moore and Robert Grossman, from April 13, 2015
7:19 AM Code Red
8:00 AM ‘Life Matters’ produced by Massachusetts Citizens for Life this week; Regina ‘Reggie’ Littlejohn, J.D. Founder & President Women’s Rights Without Frontiers
8:29 AM Home Composting
9:00 AM Music and the Spoken Word with the Morman Tabernacle Choir
10:00 AM Trinity Lutheran Church Service from May 17, 2015
11:00 AM House of Prayer Church of God from May 3, 2015
11:26 AM Movie Making Tips for Teens; Making your film look the best.
12:00 PM Thyme In The Kitchen presents Cheese, Pam and Lee take a look at some of their favorite cheese recipes: Quiche Lorraine, Gruyere and Panchetta Puffs, Coeura a-la Creme, and Baked Pecan and Honey Brie.
12:41 PM Home Composting
1:00 PM Memorial Day Parade and Hillside Cemetery Observations from May 25, 2015
3:00 PM Money Talk host Jack Bevilaqua discusses Maximizing College Financial Aid
4:00 PM This week on Gardening Rhythms; Making Compost Tea, the food used to feed soil micro-biology and how to make and test the equipment for spreading the micro-biology without destroying it.
4:30 PM Home Composting
5:00 PM This month on The Mass Factor; John Miller, Republican candidate for Attorney General, has an interesting view of who are the real clients of the AG’s office.
6:00 PM This week on Expedition New England; Amphibian Rescue and Whale Necropsy
6:29 PM Fishing Line Public Service Announcement
7:00 PM SHINE Serving Health Insurance Needs for Everyone, Program presents Prescription Advantage
8:00 PM This week on Cinemaniacs; Tom and Mark return with a manic catch-up show, covering films released over the past two weeks, and Mark babbles excitedly about the third annual April Ghouls Drive-In Super Monster-Rama event in Pennsylvania.
9:00 PM Introduction to Genealogy with Craig Sczulinski, a Senior Center Production
10:00 PM House of Prayer Church of God from May 3, 2015
10:26 PM Movie Making Tips For Teens; Location Selection
11:00 PM Music and the Spoken Word with the Morman Tabernacle Choir
11:30 PM Trinity Lutheran Church Service from May 17, 2015

Monday, June 1, 2015
7:00 AM SHINE Serving Health Insurance Needs for Everyone, Program presents Prescription Advantage
8:00 AM Memorial Day Parade and Hillside Cemetery Observations from May 25, 2015
9:06 AM Code Red
10:00 AM ‘Life Matters’ produced by Massachusetts Citizens for Life this week; Regina ‘Reggie’ Littlejohn, J.D. Founder & President Women’s Rights Without Frontiers
10:30 AM This month on The Mass Factor; John Miller, Republican candidate for Attorney General, has an interesting view of who are the real clients of the AG’s office.
11:00 AM This week on Gardening Rhythms; Making Compost Tea, the food used to feed soil micro-biology and how to make and test the equipment for spreading the micro-biology without destroying it.
11:30 AM Home Composting
12:00 PM Thyme In The Kitchen presents Cheese, Pam and Lee take a look at some of their favorite cheese recipes: Quiche Lorraine, Gruyere and Panchetta Puffs, Coeura a-la Creme, and Baked Pecan and Honey Brie.
6:00 PM This week on Expedition New England; Amphibian Rescue and Whale Necropsy
7:00 PM Ask Ralph and Lahni -The Paleo Herbalists. This month; Indoor Pollution, The Hidden Danger
8:00 PM This month on Legal Ease; Restorative Justice, a program that partners community members and police departments to provide an alternative approach to certain criminal offenses.
9:00 PM Introduction to Genealogy with Craig Sczulinski, a Senior Center Production
10:00 PM Physicians Focus presented by the Massachusetts Medical Society, this month; Measles Outbreak and The Value of Vaccines
10:30 PM Movie Making Tips for Teens; Making your film look the best.
11:00 PM Drive In Massacre; 1977 horror film written and directed by Stu Segall, and co-written by John F. Goff and George Buck Flower, starring no one you’d recognize…

Tuesday, June 2, 2015
7:00 AM SHINE Serving Health Insurance Needs for Everyone, Program presents Prescription Advantage
8:00 AM This week on Gardening Rhythms; Making Compost Tea, the food used to feed soil micro-biology and how to make and test the equipment for spreading the micro-biology without destroying it.
8:30 AM WRTA Rider Education
9:00 AM Memorial Day Parade and Hillside Cemetery Observations from May 25, 2015
10:30 AM This month on Legal Ease; Restorative Justice, a program that partners community members and police departments to provide an alternative approach to certain criminal offenses.
11:00 AM Senate Forum with Sen Michael O. Moore and Robert Grossman, from April 13, 2015
11:30 AM Ask Ralph and Lahni -The Paleo Herbalists. This month; Indoor Pollution, The Hidden Danger
12:00 PM This week on Expedition New England; Amphibian Rescue and Whale Necropsy
12:29 PM Movie Making Tips for Teens; Feeding your crew on a budget
5:00 PM ‘Life Matters’ produced by Massachusetts Citizens for Life this week; Regina ‘Reggie’ Littlejohn, J.D. Founder & President Women’s Rights Without Frontiers
5:29 PM Code Red
6:00 PM Thyme In The Kitchen presents Cheese, Pam and Lee take a look at some of their favorite cheese recipes: Quiche Lorraine, Gruyere and Panchetta Puffs, Coeura a-la Creme, and Baked Pecan and Honey Brie.
6:41 PM WRTA Rider Education
7:00 PM Local Rock hosted by Jimmy J..; This week Acoustic Guitarists Dana Lewis and Dan Kirovav
8:00 PM Money Talk host Jack Bevilaqua discusses Maximizing College Financial Aid
8:28 PM Home Composting
9:00 PM Introduction to Genealogy with Craig Sczulinski, a Senior Center Production
10:00 PM Music and the Spoken Word with the Morman Tabernacle Choir
10:30 PM House of Prayer Church of God from May 3, 2015
11:00 PM Trinity Lutheran Church Service from May 17, 2015

Wednesday, June 3, 2015
7:00 AM Trinity Lutheran Church Service from May 17, 2015
8:00 AM Local Rock hosted by Jimmy J..; This week Acoustic Guitarists Dana Lewis and Dan Kirovav
9:00 AM This week on Cinemaniacs; Tom and Mark return with a manic catch-up show, covering films released over the past two weeks, and Mark babbles excitedly about the third annual April Ghouls Drive-In Super Monster-Rama event in Pennsylvania.
9:30 AM WRTA Rider Education
10:00 AM This month on Legal Ease; Restorative Justice, a program that partners community members and police departments to provide an alternative approach to certain criminal offenses.
11:00 AM Physicians Focus presented by the Massachusetts Medical Society, this month; Measles Outbreak and The Value of Vaccines
12:00 PM Thyme In The Kitchen presents Cheese, Pam and Lee take a look at some of their favorite cheese recipes: Quiche Lorraine, Gruyere and Panchetta Puffs, Coeura a-la Creme, and Baked Pecan and Honey Brie.
5:00 PM ‘Life Matters’ produced by Massachusetts Citizens for Life this week; Regina ‘Reggie’ Littlejohn, J.D. Founder & President Women’s Rights Without Frontiers
6:00 PM This week on Expedition New England; Amphibian Rescue and Whale Necropsy
6:30 PM This month on The Mass Factor; John Miller, Republican candidate for Attorney General, has an interesting view of who are the real clients of the AG’s office.
7:00 PM Money Talk host Jack Bevilaqua discusses Maximizing College Financial Aid
7:30 PM Memorial Day Parade and Hillside Cemetery Observations from May 25, 2015
9:00 PM This week on Gardening Rhythms; Making Compost Tea, the food used to feed soil micro-biology and how to make and test the equipment for spreading the micro-biology without destroying it.
9:30 PM Home Composting
10:00 PM Senate Forum with Sen Michael O. Moore and Robert Grossman, from April 13, 2015
11:00 PM Drive In Massacre; 1977 horror film written and directed by Stu Segall, and co-written by John F. Goff and George Buck Flower, starring no one you’d recognize…

Thursday, June 4, 2015
7:00 AM House of Prayer Church of God from May 3, 2015
7:26 AM Movie Making Tips for Teens; Making your film look the best.
8:00 AM Senate Forum with Sen Michael O. Moore and Robert Grossman, from April 13, 2015
8:19 AM Code Red
9:00 AM Money Talk host Jack Bevilaqua discusses Maximizing College Financial Aid
9:28 AM Home Composting
10:00 AM This month on Legal Ease; Restorative Justice, a program that partners community members and police departments to provide an alternative approach to certain criminal offenses.
11:00 AM ‘Life Matters’ produced by Massachusetts Citizens for Life this week; Regina ‘Reggie’ Littlejohn, J.D. Founder & President Women’s Rights Without Frontiers
11:30 AM Ask Ralph and Lahni -The Paleo Herbalists. This month; Indoor Pollution, The Hidden Danger
12:00 PM This week on Expedition New England; Amphibian Rescue and Whale Necropsy
12:29 PM Hazel E. Johnson CARE Program
5:00 PM This month on The Mass Factor; John Miller, Republican candidate for Attorney General, has an interesting view of who are the real clients of the AG’s office.
6:00 PM Thyme In The Kitchen presents Cheese, Pam and Lee take a look at some of their favorite cheese recipes: Quiche Lorraine, Gruyere and Panchetta Puffs, Coeura a-la Creme, and Baked Pecan and Honey Brie.
7:00 PM Memorial Day Parade and Hillside Cemetery Observations from May 25, 2015
9:00 PM Introduction to Genealogy with Craig Sczulinski, a Senior Center Production
10:00 PM Trinity Lutheran Church Service from May 17, 2015
11:00 PM Music and the Spoken Word with the Morman Tabernacle Choir
11:30 PM House of Prayer Church of God from May 3, 2015

Friday, June 5, 2015
7:00 AM This week on Gardening Rhythms; Making Compost Tea, the food used to feed soil micro-biology and how to make and test the equipment for spreading the micro-biology without destroying it.
8:00 AM This month on Legal Ease; Restorative Justice, a program that partners community members and police departments to provide an alternative approach to certain criminal offenses.
9:00 AM Physicians Focus presented by the Massachusetts Medical Society, this month; Measles Outbreak and The Value of Vaccines
10:00 AM Local Rock hosted by Jimmy J..; This week Acoustic Guitarists Dana Lewis and Dan Kirovav
11:00 AM Senate Forum with Sen Michael O. Moore and Robert Grossman, from April 13, 2015
11:30 AM Ask Ralph and Lahni -The Paleo Herbalists. This month; Indoor Pollution, The Hidden Danger
12:00 PM Thyme In The Kitchen presents Cheese, Pam and Lee take a look at some of their favorite cheese recipes: Quiche Lorraine, Gruyere and Panchetta Puffs, Coeura a-la Creme, and Baked Pecan and Honey Brie.
12:41 PM Home Composting
5:00 PM ‘Life Matters’ produced by Massachusetts Citizens for Life this week; Regina ‘Reggie’ Littlejohn, J.D. Founder & President Women’s Rights Without Frontiers
6:00 PM This week on Expedition New England; Amphibian Rescue and Whale Necropsy
6:30 PM Memorial Day Parade and Hillside Cemetery Observations from May 25, 2015
7:36 PM Hazel E. Johnson CARE Program
8:00 PM This week on Cinemaniacs; Tom and Mark return with a manic catch-up show, covering films released over the past two weeks, and Mark babbles excitedly about the third annual April Ghouls Drive-In Super Monster-Rama event in Pennsylvania.
8:30 PM Movie Making Tips; Care and Use of Animals on Set
9:00 PM This month on The Mass Factor; John Miller, Republican candidate for Attorney General, has an interesting view of who are the real clients of the AG’s office.
9:30 PM Money Talk host Jack Bevilaqua discusses Maximizing College Financial Aid
10:00 PM Physicians Focus presented by the Massachusetts Medical Society, this month; Measles Outbreak and The Value of Vaccines
11:00 PM Drive In Massacre; 1977 horror film written and directed by Stu Segall, and co-written by John F. Goff and George Buck Flower, starring no one you’d recognize…

Channel 192

Sat,M,W,F
6:00 AM Housing Authority meeting from May 5, 2015
6:15 AM Housing Authority meeting from May 26, 2015
6:30 AM Bord of Health meeting from April 27, 2015
7:30 AM Elementary School Re-Use and Distribution Group meeting from May 18, 2015
8:30 AM Town Meeting from May 5, 2015
10:30 AM Planning Board meeting from May 26, 2015
11:30 AM Finance Committee meeting from May 20, 2015
6:00 PM Joint Board of Selectmen, Wind Turbine & Power Supply Aggregation Plan from May 26, 2015
8:30 PM Conservation Commission meeting from May 27, 2015
9:30 PM Zoning Board of Appeals meeting from May 21, 2015

Sun,T,Th
7:00 AM Conservation Commission meeting from May 27, 2015
8:00 AM Zoning Board of Appeals meeting from May 21, 2015
10:00 AM Joint Board of Selectmen, Wind Turbine & Power Supply Aggregation Plan from May 26, 2015
5:00 PM Elementary School Re-Use and Distribution Group meeting from May 4, 2015
6:00 PM Bord of Health meeting from April 27, 2015
7:00 PM Town Meeting from May 5, 2015
9:00 PM Planning Board meeting from May 26, 2015
10:00 PM Housing Authority meeting from May 5, 2015
10:15 PM Housing Authority meeting from May 26, 2015
10:30 PM Finance Committee meeting from May 20, 2015

Channel 194
Daily
6:00 AM School Buildings Committee from May 26, 2015
6:39 AM Tribute to Mary D Stone & Julia Bancroft Schools
7:00 AM School Buildings Master Plan Team from May 26, 2015
8:00 AM Schol Committee meeting from May 20, 2015
9:30 AM Auburn Middle School Groundbreaking from April 17, 2015
10:03 AM Mary D. Stone School Tour from March 2, 2015
11:00 AM National Honor Society Induction 2015
12:04 PM Auburn High School Technology Engineering
12:30 PM The big Man Chair
5:00 PM Auburn High School Technology Engineering
5:19 PM Tribute to Mary D Stone & Julia Bancroft Schools
5:30 PM National Honor Society Induction 2015
6:34 PM The big Man Chair
7:00 PM Auburn Middle School Groundbreaking from April 17, 2015
7:33 PM Tribute to Mary D Stone & Julia Bancroft Schools
8:00 PM Schol Committee meeting from May 20, 2015
9:30 PM School Buildings Master Plan Team from May 26, 2015
10:00 PM School Buildings Committee from May 26, 2015