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CTV Programming Schedule January 12-18, 2020

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NOW ON XFINITY CHANNELS 29 & 1088

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SUNDAY 1/12/2020 - Week 1097 - Xfinity Channels 29 & 1088


12:00 AM

Interfaith Prayer Service - Series from Eugene's First Christian Church (Disciples of Christ). Produced by Leo Rivers. (120 min)

1:00 AM

Gospel Music: Community Beyond Differences "Part 2 of 6" Six part series of the historical, cultural, and spiritual place gospel music has in African American communities. Beginning with songs and history that predate what is now called gospel music, this series starts with the arrival of enslaved Africans in the hull of slave ships. Each set of programs follow enslaved Africans and their offspring as they continue to fight for equality. There are three main themes: Free Yourself. Free Your Brothers & Sisters. Free Humanity. This series is relevant to anyone, African American or not, religious or not, who is looking for inspiration, information, and entertainment in one show. This is also where you will find is a wonderful program to watch with your entire family. Produced by Elandus Lake, Lake Enterprise (29 min.)

1:30 AM

Gospel Music: Community Beyond Differences "Part 3 of 6" "Kenny Reed Memorial Service. Recorded live at the Jazz Station." Six part series of the historical, cultural, and spiritual place gospel music has in African American communities. Beginning with songs and history that predate what is now called gospel music, this series starts with the arrival of enslaved Africans in the hull of slave ships. Each set of programs follow enslaved Africans and their offspring as they continue to fight for equality. There are three main themes: Free Yourself. Free Your Brothers & Sisters. Free Humanity. This series is relevant to anyone, African American or not, religious or not, who is looking for inspiration, information, and entertainment in one show. This is also where you will find is a wonderful program to watch with your entire family. Produced by Elandus Lake, Lake Enterprise (29 min.)

2:00 AM

Strata: Portraits of Humanity "December 2019" (How the Romans made glass; discovering ancient Trento, Italy [Part 2]) (1) In this episode of the ArchaeoDuck series, Chloe Duckworth takes us to the Roman Villa Borg in Germany, where Roman glass is being reconstructed in replica workshops by master glassblowers from around the world. (2) Close to the Austrian border in northern Italy, the show’s hostess, Francesca Mazzalei, and Dr. Franco Marzatico explore the prehistory and history of the Alpine region of Trentino. This is the second of two episodes, featuring ancient copper mining in the Bronze Age and silver mining in the Medieval Period. Produced by Rick Pettigrew (29 min.) http://www.archaeologychannel.org/strata.

2:30 AM

Walk With Me "Sweden. Stroll through a beautiful old European city and charming small towns. Produced by Tyler Burgess. (23 min.) http://www.walk-with-me.com/, https://www.facebook.com/WalkWithTylerBurgess/, walkwithmetylerburgess.blogspot.com/

3:00 AM

Driving Towards a Low-Carbon Future with Electric Vehicles [148-1-358] The increasing urgency in dealing with climate change has accelerated the pace of developing alternative energy sources to reduce carbon emissions in the atmosphere. One international focus is on replacing the gas guzzling cars and trucks that are a primary source of carbon emissions with electric vehicles. For 2020, such major automobile manufacturers as Chevrolet, Ford, Volvo, and Volkswagen are joining Tesla to offer their own electric models to the driving public. Cities around America are also converting their fossil fuel bus fleets to electric charged vehicles. Locally, the Lane Transit District (LTD) has been testing electric propulsion technology and has a commitment to convert at least 10% of its fleet to electric buses within the next two years. Philip Barnhart, J.D, PhD represented portions of Lane and Linn Counties in the Oregon Legislature from 2001 to 2019. This year he founded the Emerald Valley Electric Vehicle Association. Previous to that he served as a member of the Eugene 4-J School Board. His careers include law and clinical psychology. He has driven an EV since 2012. Mr. Barnhart will focus on light vehicles such as passenger cars and smaller trucks and touch on such topics as battery range, reliability and longevity, carbon content of charging electricity in Eugene, as well as price, cost, and performance of electric cars and light trucks and why you should drive an EV. Kelly Hoell is LTD’s Sustainability Manager. Ms. Hoell has overseen the initial testing of the electric buses now in operation. She is also launching an evaluation of all available fuels and technology to help formulate LTD’s long term plans for a low carbon bus system. Ms. Hoell earned a BS in Environmental Studies from the University of Denver and an MBA from Oregon State University. She will discuss her carbon study involving public transit and LTD’s long term plans to electrify its fleet. Michael Graham is Director of Policy and Communications for the Columbia-Willamette Clean Cities Coalition, a 501 (c) (3) organization that provides resources, professional support, and "fuel agnostic" expertise to help its private and public members navigate and adopt alternative fuel and fleet efficiency solutions. Prior to that Mr. Graham served as an energy research analyst for the Oregon Department of Energy, where he co-authored the State of Oregon’s first statewide Biogas and Renewable Natural Gas Inventory. He will provide an overview of the development of heavy electric vehicles, when they can be expected, and issues that need to be resolved. 1Produced by Leo Rivers. (59min) At the December 6, 2019 City Club of Eugene. About The City Club: http://www.cityclubofeugene.org/ Past Weekly Presentations On YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?

4:00 AM

The Many Hats of Coco A Fine Arts Interview Program: Today Host Theo Czuk welcomes painter Michele Thorp as she discusses her art and her many perspectives and insight into her craft. The Many Hats of Coco is filmed before a live audience. Produced by Allan Katz. (26 min.)

4:30 AM

The Many Hats of Coco A Fine Arts Interview Program: Today Coco welcomes Western novelist Rod Collins. Join host Theo Czuk as he interviews local novelists and artists to get a behind the scene glimpse at the disciples and demands that the author and/or artist endures in the pursuit of their craft. The Many Hats of Coco is filmed before a live audience. Produced by Allan Katz. (30 min.)

5:00 AM

The Many Hats of Coco A Fine Arts Interview Program: Today Coco welcomes local painter, muralist, and University of Oregon graduate, Justin Boggs. Join host Theo Czuk as he interviews local novelists and artists to get a behind the scene glimpse at the disciples and demands that the author and/or artist endures in the pursuit of their craft. The Many Hats of Coco is filmed before a live audience in various locations around the greater Eugene area. Produced by Allan Katz. (30 min.)

5:30 AM

The Many Hats of Coco A Fine Arts Interview Program: Today Coco welcomes Science Fiction novelist Tim Savage. Join host Theo Czuk as he interviews local novelists and artists to get a behind the scene glimpse at the disciples and demands that the author and/or artist endures in the pursuit of their craft. The Many Hats of Coco is filmed before a live audience in various locations around the greater Eugene area. Produced by Allan Katz. (30 min.)

6:00 AM

Interfaith Prayer Service Special - Complete Service from September 11, 2019. Series from Eugene's First Christian Church (Disciples of Christ). Produced by Leo Rivers. (102 min)

8:00 AM

Many Faces of Parkinson’s: Magic and Miracles, Ep. 1 of 5 WHO gets Parkinson’s Disease? The quick answer is: lots of people! This episode will introduce just a few of the more than 50,000 Americans who are diagnosed annually. These Eugeneans give an overview of the disease, their individual symptoms, how they came to be diagnosed (yes, there was some denial) and some of the changes it has brought to their lives. Produced by Vicki Anderson. (60 min.)


9:00 AM

Many Faces of Parkinson’s: Magic and Miracles, Ep. 2 of 5 WHAT is Parkinson’s Disease? Parkinson’s is many different things to many different people. In this segment, a neurologist provides information about the disease and evaluates a new patient, two physicians who have Parkinson’s discuss the disease’s effects and how to manage and counteract some of them, and two people who have undergone treatment with Deep Brain Stimulation describe its benefits. Produced by Vicki Anderson. (90 min.)


10:30 AM

Many Faces of Parkinson’s: Magic and Miracles, Ep. 3 of 5 WHEN is it appropriate to seek alternatives to traditional medicine for treatment of Parkinson’s? This episode just might convince you that alternatives are always a good idea! Accupuncture, herbal treatment, naturopathic medicine, the Alexander Technique, and the Feldenkrais Method are examined with a focus on how those with Parkinson’s can benefit from a broad variety of treatments. Produced by Vicki Anderson.(100 min.)

12:30 PM

Many Faces of Parkinson’s: Magic and Miracles, Ep. 4 of 5 WHERE can I go for even more help? If you are fortunate enough to live in Eugene, a number of places! Strength derived from movement has clearly been shown to be of value to those with Parkinson’ Yoga, tai chi, speech and voice therapy, physical therapy, and Let’s Move and Vibronics classes are introduced as some of the methods that can be individually adapted to maintain and improve the mobility that Parkinson’s will often diminish. Produced by Vicki Anderson. (90 min.)


2:00 PM

Many Faces of Parkinson’s: Magic and Miracles, Ep. 5 of 5 HOW do Parkinson’s patients and those who love them deal with this diagnosis? You will see that they deal with it honestly—with concern and sorrow, and with resilience and optimism. Here, people with Parkinson’s and those who care about, and for, them speak to the many features of the disease and the challenges they have had to face. Yet for every symptom and set-back, there is a way to cope and a reason for hope. Produced by Vicki Anderson. (90 min.)


3:30 PM

The Oldtime Fiddlers- "June 2017" Night of Great Music at the Eugene Hotel Retirement Center. Produced by Wes Weathers (113 min.)

5:30 PM

Learn To Paint Animals In Acrylics "Happiness, The Cat" Learn to paint this cuddly cat. Easy steps to creating your own artwork from local painter and producer Michael Pickett. http://www.pickettonline.com. (30 min.)

6:00 PM

Interfaith Prayer Service - Series from Eugene's First Christian Church (Disciples of Christ). Produced by Leo Rivers. (120 min)

7:00 PM

Gospel Music: Community Beyond Differences "Part 2 of 6" Six part series of the historical, cultural, and spiritual place gospel music has in African American communities. Beginning with songs and history that predate what is now called gospel music, this series starts with the arrival of enslaved Africans in the hull of slave ships. Each set of programs follow enslaved Africans and their offspring as they continue to fight for equality. There are three main themes: Free Yourself. Free Your Brothers & Sisters. Free Humanity. This series is relevant to anyone, African American or not, religious or not, who is looking for inspiration, information, and entertainment in one show. This is also where you will find is a wonderful program to watch with your entire family. Produced by Elandus Lake, Lake Enterprise (29 min.)

7:30 PM

Gospel Music: Community Beyond Differences "Part 3 of 6" "Kenny Reed Memorial Service. Recorded live at the Jazz Station." Six part series of the historical, cultural, and spiritual place gospel music has in African American communities. Beginning with songs and history that predate what is now called gospel music, this series starts with the arrival of enslaved Africans in the hull of slave ships. Each set of programs follow enslaved Africans and their offspring as they continue to fight for equality. There are three main themes: Free Yourself. Free Your Brothers & Sisters. Free Humanity. This series is relevant to anyone, African American or not, religious or not, who is looking for inspiration, information, and entertainment in one show. This is also where you will find is a wonderful program to watch with your entire family. Produced by Elandus Lake, Lake Enterprise (29 min.)

8:00 PM

Strata: Portraits of Humanity "December 2019" (How the Romans made glass; discovering ancient Trento, Italy [Part 2]) (1) In this episode of the ArchaeoDuck series, Chloe Duckworth takes us to the Roman Villa Borg in Germany, where Roman glass is being reconstructed in replica workshops by master glassblowers from around the world. (2) Close to the Austrian border in northern Italy, the show’s hostess, Francesca Mazzalei, and Dr. Franco Marzatico explore the prehistory and history of the Alpine region of Trentino. This is the second of two episodes, featuring ancient copper mining in the Bronze Age and silver mining in the Medieval Period. Produced by Rick Pettigrew (29 min.) http://www.archaeologychannel.org/strata.

8:30 PM

Walk With Me "Sweden. Stroll through a beautiful old European city and charming small towns. Produced by Tyler Burgess. (23 min.) http://www.walk-with-me.com/, https://www.facebook.com/WalkWithTylerBurgess/, walkwithmetylerburgess.blogspot.com/

9:00 PM

Driving Towards a Low-Carbon Future with Electric Vehicles [148-1-358] The increasing urgency in dealing with climate change has accelerated the pace of developing alternative energy sources to reduce carbon emissions in the atmosphere. One international focus is on replacing the gas guzzling cars and trucks that are a primary source of carbon emissions with electric vehicles. For 2020, such major automobile manufacturers as Chevrolet, Ford, Volvo, and Volkswagen are joining Tesla to offer their own electric models to the driving public. Cities around America are also converting their fossil fuel bus fleets to electric charged vehicles. Locally, the Lane Transit District (LTD) has been testing electric propulsion technology and has a commitment to convert at least 10% of its fleet to electric buses within the next two years. Philip Barnhart, J.D, PhD represented portions of Lane and Linn Counties in the Oregon Legislature from 2001 to 2019. This year he founded the Emerald Valley Electric Vehicle Association. Previous to that he served as a member of the Eugene 4-J School Board. His careers include law and clinical psychology. He has driven an EV since 2012. Mr. Barnhart will focus on light vehicles such as passenger cars and smaller trucks and touch on such topics as battery range, reliability and longevity, carbon content of charging electricity in Eugene, as well as price, cost, and performance of electric cars and light trucks and why you should drive an EV. Kelly Hoell is LTD’s Sustainability Manager. Ms. Hoell has overseen the initial testing of the electric buses now in operation. She is also launching an evaluation of all available fuels and technology to help formulate LTD’s long term plans for a low carbon bus system. Ms. Hoell earned a BS in Environmental Studies from the University of Denver and an MBA from Oregon State University. She will discuss her carbon study involving public transit and LTD’s long term plans to electrify its fleet. Michael Graham is Director of Policy and Communications for the Columbia-Willamette Clean Cities Coalition, a 501 (c) (3) organization that provides resources, professional support, and "fuel agnostic" expertise to help its private and public members navigate and adopt alternative fuel and fleet efficiency solutions. Prior to that Mr. Graham served as an energy research analyst for the Oregon Department of Energy, where he co-authored the State of Oregon’s first statewide Biogas and Renewable Natural Gas Inventory. He will provide an overview of the development of heavy electric vehicles, when they can be expected, and issues that need to be resolved. 1Produced by Leo Rivers. (59min) At the December 6, 2019 City Club of Eugene. About The City Club: http://www.cityclubofeugene.org/ Past Weekly Presentations On YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?

10:00 PM

The Many Hats of Coco A Fine Arts Interview Program: Today Host Theo Czuk welcomes painter Michele Thorp as she discusses her art and her many perspectives and insight into her craft. The Many Hats of Coco is filmed before a live audience. Produced by Allan Katz. (26 min.)

10:30 PM

The Many Hats of Coco A Fine Arts Interview Program: Today Coco welcomes Western novelist Rod Collins. Join host Theo Czuk as he interviews local novelists and artists to get a behind the scene glimpse at the disciples and demands that the author and/or artist endures in the pursuit of their craft. The Many Hats of Coco is filmed before a live audience. Produced by Allan Katz. (30 min.)

11:00 PM

The Many Hats of Coco A Fine Arts Interview Program: Today Coco welcomes local painter, muralist, and University of Oregon graduate, Justin Boggs. Join host Theo Czuk as he interviews local novelists and artists to get a behind the scene glimpse at the disciples and demands that the author and/or artist endures in the pursuit of their craft. The Many Hats of Coco is filmed before a live audience in various locations around the greater Eugene area. Produced by Allan Katz. (30 min.)

11:30 PM

The Many Hats of Coco A Fine Arts Interview Program: Today Coco welcomes Science Fiction novelist Tim Savage. Join host Theo Czuk as he interviews local novelists and artists to get a behind the scene glimpse at the disciples and demands that the author and/or artist endures in the pursuit of their craft. The Many Hats of Coco is filmed before a live audience in various locations around the greater Eugene area. Produced by Allan Katz. (30 min.)



MONDAY 1/13 LOCAL STAGE & SCREEN


12:00 AM

Vinsanity Unplugged "In Search of Game Changers" Guest: Tammi Daniel Coles. Produced by Vincent B. Faini. (58 min.) vinnyomp@gmail.com

1:00 AM

Pro*Star Acting for the Camera "Cold Read" In this inside look at a Professional acting class you will discover how actors use their body, voice, mind and emotions to create characters. Acting is a process and Linda's (30 years as a professional actress) purpose is to invite you in to the inner workings of the Craft. Produced by Larry Dobbberstein & Linda Burden-Williams (30 min.) http://www.infocusacting.com

1:30 AM

Behind The Lens Tom Blank talks with Mike Anderson, long-time Shaggy Dog Project member and filmmaker, about the challenges and rewards of making small films in Eugene. Produced by Julia O'Reilly with The Shaggy Dog Project. (30 min.)

2:00 AM

Chemawa Spring Pow-Wow - Part 1 of 2. Chemawa Indian School Spring Pow-Wow with the students and families from the school plus friends. Produced by Wes Weathers (120 min.)

4:00 AM

Chemawa Spring Pow-Wow - Part 2 of 2. Chemawa Indian School Spring Pow-Wow with the students and families from the school plus friends. Produced by Wes Weathers (120 min.)

6:00 AM

Interfaith Prayer Service - Series from Eugene's First Christian Church (Disciples of Christ). Produced by Leo Rivers. (120 min)

7:00 AM

Walk With Me "Way of St. James Across France, Part 1". Walking the pilgrim path to Santiago, Spain through France for 600 miles. Solo travel by a 67-year-old woman. Produced by Tyler Burgess. (30 min.) http://www.walk-with-me.com/, https://www.facebook.com/WalkWithTylerBurgess/, walkwithmetylerburgess.blogspot.com/

7:30 AM

Strata: Portraits of Humanity "August 2018" Javanese gong; Bridge of Avignon) (1) This is a short documentary about the forging of a Javanese Gamelan gong, highlighting the rhythmic nature of the methods employed by traditional gamelan makers, including the firing, molding and tuning of a new bronze instrument. (2) The famous Bridge of Avignon, the subject if a wonderful children’s song, stops in the middle of the Rhone River. Abandoned centuries ago, it prompts questions. What happened to it? Why is there so little left? Where did it lead to? And what did it look like in all its glory? Produced by Rick Pettigrew (29 min.) http://www.archaeologychannel.org.

8:00 AM

Tai Chi with Machiko & Medical QiGong 42 Combined Form with LCC Tai Chi teacher Machiko Shirai. Produced by Machiko Shirai. Edited by John Duran (50 min.)

9:00 AM

That Atheist Show Replay - A weekly call-in program (do not call during this replay). All topics, religious and secular. Produced by Joe Tyndall. (60 min.)

10:00 AM

De-Naming Dunn Hall Based On Fraudulent Scholarship "The David Igl Show" Produced by David Igl. (30 min.)

10:30 AM

Eugene Cannabis TV September 11, 2019. Mike and Jim are with DanK for the program this week. Mike and DanK discuss the latest news concerning possible health risks from using vaporizer cartridges, little is known for certain at this time. Jim and DanK cover a Federal RICO–inspired lawsuit filed by an Oregon vineyard against a neighboring medical cannabis grower. The lawsuit has survived a Motion to Dismiss, and the suit will move forward. Produced by Dan Koozer. (29 min.) See show listings on our YouTube Channel page: https://www.youtube.com/user/EugeneCannabisTV Or direct to this episode: https://youtu.be/RLlR8XUKQyU We’re also on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/Eugene-Cannabis-TV-207703772708127/

11:00 AM

Arts Journal Replay #900 RIDGELINE BRASS concert @ Atrium Music Series [54 min.] May 2019 & Arts Encore: Olga Volchkova art @ Karin Clarke Gallery [5 min.] May 2019.Produced by Hedda's Artworks. (60 min) https://hedda-arts.blogspot.com artsjournal@thinkvideo.com. The weekly programs from the past two years are available online: see the Arts Journal Playlist at https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list.... Sponsored by Fern Ridge Press, Publishers of Books & Videos Providing Solutions for Autism Spectrum Learning & Behavior Problems. See http://www.fernridgepress.com for more info.

12:00 PM

Collaboration Defeats Confrontation at Malheur "Part 1 of 2" In January of 2016, armed occupiers from outside Oregon took over the Malheur National Wildlife Preserve in Harney County, making national news for weeks. In the end, the collaborations processes in place in Harney County allowed the community to rally and resist the call of the occupiers to confront. How did that happen? What lessons can be learned to help other communities solve problems. We begin a two-part program, our first joint effort with City Club of Central Oregon: "How Collaboration Defeated Confrontation in Malheur." The takeover of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge was national news for weeks. Professor Peter Walker of the UO went to Burns and lived through the occupation and aftermath, talking to all sides and observing how the collaborative processes already in place in Harney County kept the community together and defeated the occupiers. Professor Walker’s book, Sagebrush Collaboration, is available free from the Ford Family Foundation, for Oregon residents here. Program Part 1 features Professor Walker, Judge Steve Grasty, Sheriff Dave Ward, and Pauline Braymen, former newspaper editor and Oregonian reporter. Produced by Leo Rivers. (60 min) At the September 13, 2019 City Club of Eugene. About The City Club: http://www.cityclubofeugene.org/ Past Weekly Presentations On YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL0U4U6KFA02LWCKwNDX8VEDTFozwW2-yn

1:00 PM

Interfaith Prayer Service - Series from Eugene's First Christian Church (Disciples of Christ). Produced by Larry Dobberstein. (60 min)

2:00 PM

Norman Solomon in Eugene - "War and the Media: 1960s to the Trump Era" is the topic of author Norman Solomon’s lecture at the Uiv. of Oregon on October 25th, 2018. Produced by the Larry Dobberstein. (90 min.).

3:30 PM

Chris Hedges in Eugene - Veteran journalist Chris Hedges and author of "America: The Farewell Tour" talks about dangers to our democracy. Produced by the Larry Dobberstein. (90 min.). A video by another producer at the event is available on YouTube: search for "Chris Hedges".

5:00 PM

Democracy Now - Amy Goodman's daily progressive news & interview show. Locally Sponsored by Larry Dobberstein. (60 min)

6:00 PM

Vinsanity Unplugged "In Search of Game Changers" Guest: Tammi Daniel Coles. Produced by Vincent B. Faini. (58 min.) vinnyomp@gmail.com

7:00 PM

Pro*Star Acting for the Camera "Cold Read" In this inside look at a Professional acting class you will discover how actors use their body, voice, mind and emotions to create characters. Acting is a process and Linda's (30 years as a professional actress) purpose is to invite you in to the inner workings of the Craft. Produced by Larry Dobbberstein & Linda Burden-Williams (30 min.) http://www.infocusacting.com

7:30 PM

Behind The Lens Tom Blank talks with Mike Anderson, long-time Shaggy Dog Project member and filmmaker, about the challenges and rewards of making small films in Eugene. Produced by Julia O'Reilly with The Shaggy Dog Project. (30 min.)

8:00 PM

Chemawa Spring Pow-Wow - Part 1 of 2. Chemawa Indian School Spring Pow-Wow with the students and families from the school plus friends. Produced by Wes Weathers (120 min.)

10:00 PM

Chemawa Spring Pow-Wow - Part 2 of 2. Chemawa Indian School Spring Pow-Wow with the students and families from the school plus friends. Produced by Wes Weathers (120 min.)



TUESDAY 1/14 LOCAL HEALTH & FITNESS


12:00 AM

Gardening & Beyond Host Leigh Rieder talks with local Master Gardeners. Produced by Joe Tyndall. (59 min.)

1:00 AM

Hiking With Barbara "Amsterdam Bike Ride, Part 1". Netherlands Bike and Barge Trip, a tour on boat, bike and for not in the Netherlands May 2019. A video chronicle of Travels on Trails in the Pacific Northwest. A video chronicle of travels in Oregon, Washington, and the Pacific Northwest. Produced by Marc Time. (29 min.)

1:30 AM

Practical Yoga For Everyday People Guest: Sandy Watson with Host Verna Reidy. Today’s Practice: Yoga & Aging, Sun Salutation, Seated Forward Bend, Bridge Pose. Produced by Verna Reidy. (25 min.)

2:00 AM

Nourish: Food for Life "Sweet Potato and Black Bean Tacos with Roasted Corn Salsa and Cashew Avocado Cream." Creative Chef Shanna Hutton is inspired to enhance community wellness through whole foods cookery. She explains the health benefits of using natural fats and sugars, and fresh herbs. While presenting her crafted recipes, Shanna names the medicinal properties of each specific ingredient. Please join us for our next cooking demonstration at Natural Grocers. Monthly classes are listed at oregoncancerfoundation.com, and more recipes at nourishfoodforlife.com. Produced by John Duran. (30 min.)

2:30 AM

Answers To Addiction - Addiction treatment Jesus Christ’s Way. Produced by Ray Gruener. (30 min)

3:00 AM

QiGong With Janet - QiGong teacher Janet Zabrosky leads a class in this ancient Chinese breathing and stretching exercise program of which Tai Chi is developed form. Produced by Tom Cleveland. (54 min.) On YouTube at https://youtu.be/CJMReLb9f_4. Email: janet@thinkvideo.com

4:00 AM

Nutrition Services for Self-Operation The Eugene 4j School Board voted unanimously to transition Nutrition Services to self-operation on July 1st, 2019, thereby terminating their long-standing contract with Sodexo! First, video begins with public testimonies (including kids), followed by a convincing presentation from Nutrition Services for Self-Operation. There is a sense of great hope for the future health of 4J kids (foods do matter)! Produced by John Duran. (60 min.)

5:00 AM

Elisheba’s Story Local author, Elisheba Haxby, tells the story of her battle with mental illness. Produced for the Treasure Hunters Project. (21 min.)30

5:30 AM

Love Shouldn't Hurt- Domestic violence testimonials and solutions in Lane County (30 min)

6:00 AM

Hiking With Barbara "Travels on Trails in the Pacific Northwest" Silver Falls State Park, Castle Rock, Scott Mountain. A video chronicle of travels in Oregon, Washington and the Pacific NW. Produced by Marc Time. (29 min.)bara - Travels on Trails in the Pacific Northwest, Ep. 1 [203-3-001] Silver Falls State Park, Castle Rock, Scott Mountain. A video chronicle of travels in Oregon, Washington and the Pacific NW. Produced by Marc Time. (29 min.)

6:30 AM

Nourish: Food for Life"Summer Super Salad with Blueberry Vinaigrette, and Breakfast Blueberry Oat Bar. Creative Chef Shanna Hutton is inspired to enhance community wellness through whole foods cookery. She explains the health benefits of using natural fats and sugars, and fresh herbs. While presenting her crafted recipes, Shanna names the medicinal properties of each specific ingredient. Please join us for our next cooking demonstration at Natural Grocers. Monthly classes are listed at oregoncancerfoundation.com, and more recipes at nourishfoodforlife.com. Produced by John Duran. (28 min.)

7:00 AM

Walk With Me "Way of St. James Across France, Part 2". Walking the pilgrim path to Santiago, Spain through France for 600 miles. Solo travel by a 67-year-old woman. Produced by Tyler Burgess. (25 min.) http://www.walk-with-me.com/, https://www.facebook.com/WalkWithTylerBurgess/, walkwithmetylerburgess.blogspot.com/

7:30 AM

Strata: Portraits of Humanity "January 2019" (Fort Fremont) Built in 1899 during the Spanish-American War as one of six fortifications designed to protect the southeastern American coastline, Fort Fremont closed out a 350 year old legacy of coastal fortifications in Port Royal Sound, South Carolina. It is an artifact of homeland security spanning European colonization and 19th century imperialism. This film documents how geography, technology, national security, and politics interacted to shape the fortunes of a community during the Spanish-American War. Produced by Rick Pettigrew (29 min.) http://www.archaeologychannel.org.

8:00 AM

QiGong With Janet - QiGong teacher Janet Zabrosky leads a class in this ancient Chinese breathing and stretching exercise program of which Tai Chi is developed form. Produced by Tom Cleveland. (54 min.) On YouTube at https://youtu.be/CJMReLb9f_4. Email: janet@thinkvideo.com

9:00 AM

That Atheist Show Replay - A weekly call-in program (do not call during this replay). All topics, religious and secular. Produced by Joe Tyndall. (60 min.)

10:00 AM

De-Naming Dunn Hall Based On Fraudulent Scholarship "The David Igl Show" Produced by David Igl. (30 min.)

10:30 AM

Eugene Cannabis TV January 23, 2019. Tonight's episode comes nearly twenty years after the first ECTV program. Flowr of Lyfe suspends popular medical giveaway program for reorganization, Delaware judge permits medical cannabis user to proceed with lawsuit against employer firing him for testing positive, and Vermont ACLU wins ruling against using certain odors for probable cause. U.S. Representative (OR–3) Earl Blumenauer introduces HR 420, a bill to regulate cannabis more like alcohol, with de–scheduling and a new national oversight bureau, and Project Scarecrow organizes to provide assistance to low–income OMMP patients. Produced by Dan Koozer. (29 min.) See show listings on our YouTube Channel page: https://www.youtube.com/user/EugeneCannabisTV Or direct to this episode: https://youtu.be/r2Zktpg_JtA We’re also on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/Eugene-Cannabis-TV-207703772708127/

11:00 AM

Arts Journal Replay #905 TELEMANIA concert @ Atrium Music Series, June 2019. TELEMANIA is a Baroque music ensemble featuring music of the 17th up to the mid 18th century. Performers… recorders: Charles Carmichael & Violetta Tarpinian, cello: Charlie Cunningham, & violin: Aless Bakkum..[50 min.] Arts Encore: Art & the Vineyard 2018 [8.5 min.] Produced by Hedda's Artworks. (60 min) https://hedda-arts.blogspot.com artsjournal@thinkvideo.com. The weekly programs from the past two years are available online: see the Arts Journal Playlist at https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list Sponsored by Fern Ridge Press, Publishers of Books & Videos Providing Solutions for Autism Spectrum Learning & Behavior Problems. See http://www.fernridgepress.com for more info.

12:00 PM

Addressing Asset Poverty: From Owing to Owning According to new research by Oregon State University, a majority of Americans live in "asset poverty," meaning they have few or no assets to rely on in the event of a financial crisis such as job loss or a medical emergency. Lacking assets like vehicles, homes, savings accounts, or investments, families are often unable to cope with crises without sacrificing basic needs like food, clothing and shelter. Additionally, a growing body of research suggests that parents’ asset levels also predict their children’s educational expectations and academic achievement, including their likelihood of enrolling in and graduating from college than 30% of Oregonians experience asset poverty—one of the highest reported rates in the country—and the state has an exceptionally high rate of homelessness. In Oregon, poverty is a key defining issue separating the have-nots from the haves, or put another way, those who increasingly owe from those who increasingly own. Despite the gains since the Great Recession, the economic forecast is disheartening for Millennials with high debt loads and low earning potential, as well as for children who grow up in single-parent households. In a political environment that focuses more often on "income inequality" than on "wealth inequality" as a key determinant of economic well-being, are we, the American public, ignorant of the real underlying issue that prevents people from achieving the "American Dream"? If policy prescriptions aimed at reducing poverty narrowly frame the issue in terms of income, do our elected leaders underutilize opportunities to ameliorate poverty through asset accumulation that could lead to greater self-sufficiency? Rothwell will define and discuss asset poverty as a key indicator for understanding American economic vitality. Afterwards, he will participate in a panel discussion with John Haines and Sven Gatchev. They administer Mercy Corps’ Community Investment Trust initiative, which provides a low-barrier investment opportunity for working class Americans to invest in commercial real estate. Rothwell is Assistant Professor of Public Health and Human Sciences at Oregon State University. He earned an MSW from Tulane University and a PhD in Social Welfare from the University of Hawaii at Manoa. His research interests include poverty, families, and social policy. He has published on topics that include financial education and child asset poverty. John Haines is the Executive Director of the Community Investment Trust with Mercy Corps Global Innovations Team. Before joining Mercy Corps as Executive Director of their local economic development affiliate, Mercy Corps Northwest, he was vice president of ShoreBank Pacific, a start-up sustainable development bank based in Portland, Oregon. Gatchev is the Operations Manager for the Community Investment Trust. He earned an MBA from the UO Lundquist College of Business, where he was a Technology Entrepreneurship Fellow. Produced by Leo Rivers. (59min) At the December 13, 2019 City Club of Eugene. About The City Club: http://www.cityclubofeugene.org/ Past Weekly Presentations On YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?

1:00 PM

Interfaith Prayer Service - Series from Eugene's First Christian Church (Disciples of Christ). Produced by Larry Dobberstein. (60 min)

2:00 PM

Gospel Music: Community Beyond Differences "Part 1 of 6" Six part series of the historical, cultural, and spiritual place gospel music has in African American communities. Beginning with songs and history that predate what is now called gospel music, this series starts with the arrival of enslaved Africans in the hull of slave ships. Each set of programs follow enslaved Africans and their offspring as they continue to fight for equality. There are three main themes: Free Yourself. Free Your Brothers & Sisters. Free Humanity. This series is relevant to anyone, African American or not, religious or not, who is looking for inspiration, information, and entertainment in one show. This is also where you will find is a wonderful program to watch with your entire family. Produced by Elandus Lake, Lake Enterprise (29 min.)

2:30 PM

Gospel Music: Community Beyond Differences "Part 2 of 6" Six part series of the historical, cultural, and spiritual place gospel music has in African American communities. Beginning with songs and history that predate what is now called gospel music, this series starts with the arrival of enslaved Africans in the hull of slave ships. Each set of programs follow enslaved Africans and their offspring as they continue to fight for equality. There are three main themes: Free Yourself. Free Your Brothers & Sisters. Free Humanity. This series is relevant to anyone, African American or not, religious or not, who is looking for inspiration, information, and entertainment in one show. This is also where you will find is a wonderful program to watch with your entire family. Produced by Elandus Lake, Lake Enterprise (29 min.)

3:00 PM

Gospel Music: Community Beyond Differences "Part 3 of 6" "Kenny Reed Memorial Service. Recorded live at the Jazz Station." Six part series of the historical, cultural, and spiritual place gospel music has in African American communities. Beginning with songs and history that predate what is now called gospel music, this series starts with the arrival of enslaved Africans in the hull of slave ships. Each set of programs follow enslaved Africans and their offspring as they continue to fight for equality. There are three main themes: Free Yourself. Free Your Brothers & Sisters. Free Humanity. This series is relevant to anyone, African American or not, religious or not, who is looking for inspiration, information, and entertainment in one show. This is also where you will find is a wonderful program to watch with your entire family. Produced by Elandus Lake, Lake Enterprise (29 min.)

3:30 PM

12th Annual Patriotic Tribute "A Time to Recognize and Honor the Youth of Our Military Families", at Volcanoes Stadium, 2019. Produced by Wes Weathers. (70 min.)

5:00 PM

Democracy Now - Amy Goodman's daily progressive news & interview show. Locally Sponsored by Larry Dobberstein. (60 min)

6:00 PM

Gardening & Beyond Host Leigh Rieder talks with local Master Gardeners. Produced by Joe Tyndall. (59 min.)

7:00 PM

Hiking With Barbara "Amsterdam Bike Ride, Part 1". Netherlands Bike and Barge Trip, a tour on boat, bike and for not in the Netherlands May 2019. A video chronicle of Travels on Trails in the Pacific Northwest. A video chronicle of travels in Oregon, Washington, and the Pacific Northwest. Produced by Marc Time. (29 min.)

7:30 PM

Practical Yoga For Everyday People Guest: Sandy Watson with Host Verna Reidy. Today’s Practice: Yoga & Aging, Sun Salutation, Seated Forward Bend, Bridge Pose. Produced by Verna Reidy. (25 min.)

8:00 PM

Nourish: Food for Life "Sweet Potato and Black Bean Tacos with Roasted Corn Salsa and Cashew Avocado Cream." Creative Chef Shanna Hutton is inspired to enhance community wellness through whole foods cookery. She explains the health benefits of using natural fats and sugars, and fresh herbs. While presenting her crafted recipes, Shanna names the medicinal properties of each specific ingredient. Please join us for our next cooking demonstration at Natural Grocers. Monthly classes are listed at oregoncancerfoundation.com, and more recipes at nourishfoodforlife.com. Produced by John Duran. (30 min.)

8:30 PM

Answers To Addiction - Addiction treatment Jesus Christ’s Way. Produced by Ray Gruener. (30 min)

9:00 PM

QiGong With Janet - QiGong teacher Janet Zabrosky leads a class in this ancient Chinese breathing and stretching exercise program of which Tai Chi is developed form. Produced by Tom Cleveland. (54 min.) On YouTube at https://youtu.be/CJMReLb9f_4. Email: janet@thinkvideo.com

10:00 PM

Nutrition Services for Self-Operation The Eugene 4j School Board voted unanimously to transition Nutrition Services to self-operation on July 1st, 2019, thereby terminating their long-standing contract with Sodexo! First, video begins with public testimonies (including kids), followed by a convincing presentation from Nutrition Services for Self-Operation. There is a sense of great hope for the future health of 4J kids (foods do matter)! Produced by John Duran. (60 min.)

11:00 PM

Elisheba’s Story Local author, Elisheba Haxby, tells the story of her battle with mental illness. Produced for the Treasure Hunters Project. (21 min.)30

11:30 PM

Love Shouldn't Hurt- Domestic violence testimonials and solutions in Lane County (30 min)



WEDNESDAY 1/15 LOCAL PUBLIC INTEREST


12:00 AM

Building Bigger Minds: Teaching Philosophy to Children In Eugene and in many school districts throughout Oregon, the curriculum emphasizes content that can be measured through standardized assessments. Yet children also need to be challenged with big ideas that require multiple interpretations and connect to their personal experiences. As adults, their full engagement in community life will depend on the ability to think critically about complex issues. Philosophy lessons prompt children to support their opinions with reasons, to employ counter arguments and hypotheticals to test the validity of new ideas, and to be open to revising personal points-of-view as they hear the opinions of peers. In a time of polarized politics and hyper-emotional responses to important issues that affect everyone, it is particularly important to promote critical thinking, reasoned responses, collaboration, and empathy around topics that are deeply meaningful in our lives. For years, Paul Bodin and Caroline Lundquist have been promoting philosophy for children, parents, and teachers in our community in a variety of places and formats. Between 2013 and 2019, the UO departments of Philosophy and Education Studies collaborated with Eugene 4J schools to offer weekly philosophy lessons to more than 2,500 children, ages 7-12, at Camas Ridge, Edison, McCornack, Holt, Adams, Willagillespie, Edgewood, and Family Schools. Individuals and two-person teams of undergraduates who were enrolled in PHIL 372, "Teaching Children Philosophy," led the discussions. They talked about ethics, environmental studies, epistemology, aesthetics, metaphysics, gender identity, and race. The curriculum behind this philosophy-for-children approach developed in a collaborations involving the course instructor, Paul Bodin, his graduate students in philosophy, original lessons prepared by the undergraduate students themselves, and ideas generated by leaders in an international children's philosophy movement, including the Center for Philosophy for Children in Washington State, and the Philosophy Foundation in London, England. Since moving to Eugene in 1975 Paul Bodin has worked in many capacities with children and youth in District 4J schools. He has taught music, folk and swing dancing, drama and storytelling to elementary and middle school students; worked with talented and gifted students as a Sheldon region specialist; and taught blended third-through-fifth grade classroom groups and sixth grade at Spencer Butte Middle School. After retiring in 2003, Paul worked as an instructor and supervisor for graduate students pursuing elementary certification and, most recently, brought philosophical discussions to elementary and middle school classrooms. He earned a BA in music composition at the University of California at Santa Barbara and an MEd in Music Education from the University of Oregon. Caroline Lundquist earned her PhD in philosophy from the University of Oregon and decided to stay here in Eugene, her childhood home. She teaches philosophy courses for the Clark Honors College and the Department of Philosophy at the University of Oregon. She also co-directs Carnegie Global Oregon, an ethics-based undergraduate community at the UO. Before working for the UO, Caroline was an ethics instructor at Lane Community College for five years. Carly Leavitt is a fifth grade teacher currently involved with her students in philosophy lessons at Camas Ridge Elementary. She has observed many different elementary classrooms engaged in philosophical discussions and will speak about critical thinking curriculum from a grassroots perspective. Produced by Leo Rivers. (59min) At the November 15, 2019 City Club of Eugene. About The City Club: http://www.cityclubofeugene.org/ Past Weekly Presentations On YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?

1:00 AM

Expanding Veterans Services In Lane County Speakers: Joseph Reiley, Lane County Veterans Services Program Supervisor, Dr. John LeBow, Board Member, Veterans Legacy Project. In Lane County there are approximately 30,000 military veterans. Public support for veterans is high. Oregon voters recently approved a measure to increase funding for veteran’s services, and the Veterans Administration opened a new facility locally; the VA Eugene Healthcare Center on Chad Drive. As a new group of veterans from wars in the Middle East and Afghanistan transition back to civilian life, they face a different set of challenges. What does this mean for Lane County veterans? Joseph Reiley, Lane County Veterans Services Program Supervisor, will give us an update. In addition to more traditional government programs, the Veterans Legacy Project has taken over the Lane County Forest Work Camp with the aim of developing a therapeutic environment for veterans in the Coast Range. The Project will provide alternative therady for vets with post-traumatic stress disorder and other adjustment disorders, and will provide supportive care of substance abuse. Dr. John Lebow, a member of the Veterans Legacy Project Board of Directors, will tell us about their efforts. Discussion at the City Club of Eugene on November 10, 2017. Produced by Dan Bryant and Joe Tyndall. (60 min) About The City Club: http://www.cityclubofeugene.org/ Past Weekly Presentations On YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL0U4U6KFA02LWCKwNDX8VEDTFozwW2-yn

2:00 AM

That Veterans Show Interviews with vets and veterans assistance groups. Produced by Judi Greig. (30 min.)

2:30 AM

Eugene Cannabis TV Produced by Dan Koozer (30 min) See show listings on our YouTube Channel page: https://www.youtube.com/user/EugeneCannabisTV Or direct to this episode: https://youtu.be/tTs1zOX4g0E We’re also on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/Eugene-Cannabis-TV-207703772708127/

3:00 AM

Racism, Empire & Survival "Interview With Brian Willson" Brian Willson was appalled by what he witnessed serving in Vietnam and recognized in horror that "I’m on the wrong side." Later, during the Reagan administration’s proxy wars in Nicaragua and El Salvador, Brian joined others blocking the munitions trains to the Contras from the Concord Naval Weapons Station near Oakland. A train didn’t stop, ran over him and severed his legs below the knees. His biography, Blood on the Tracks, has been made into a feature-length documentary film, Paying the Price for Peace. Produced by Jack Dresser. (60 min.)

4:00 AM

Spencer Creek Internet Access Meeting Update Bringing internet access to everyone. Spencer Creek residents listen to: West Eugene Lane County Commissioner Heather Buch, Ashland Representative Pam Marsh, General Manager of Lane Electric Debi Wilson, Staff Member of Oregon Senator Ron Wyden's office Juine Chada, Representative of Tech Oregon Matt Sayre, Representative of Lane Fi Nolie Sheid, Sales Manager for Douglas Fast Net, Garrett Stembridge, Representative from Access Media Steve. Produced by Larry Dobberstein and Barry Burleson. (90 min.) For more info also please visit: Facebook Group Page ~ Spencer Creek Grange Neighborhood Internet Access Group. On YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GZzayyOR4TM&feature=youtu.be

5:30 AM

UO Today Guest: Provost Patrick Phillips discusses his role as the chief academic officer of the University of Oregon. He is working on filling some academic leadership vacancies as well as working to hire and retain faculty from diverse backgrounds. Phillips also talks about his work as an award-winning evolutionary biologist and the development of the SCORE (Students of Color Opportunities in Research Enrichment) program. Produced by Peg Gearhart. (30 min.) Watch episodes online at http://media.uoregon.edu/channel/archives/category/uo-today

6:00 AM

Hiking With Barbara "Travels on Trails in the Pacific Northwest" Obsidian Trail head White Branch Creek, Ridge Line Trail, the Sisters, Spencer Butte. A video chronicle of travels in Oregon, Washington and the Pacific NW. Produced by Marc Time. (29 min.)

6:30 AM

Nourish: Food for Life "Summer Super Salad with Blueberry Vinaigrette, and Breakfast Blueberry Oat Bar. Creative Chef Shanna Hutton is inspired to enhance community wellness through whole foods cookery. She explains the health benefits of using natural fats and sugars, and fresh herbs. While presenting her crafted recipes, Shanna names the medicinal properties of each specific ingredient. Please join us for our next cooking demonstration at Natural Grocers. Monthly classes are listed at oregoncancerfoundation.com, and more recipes at nourishfoodforlife.com. Produced by John Duran. (28 min.)

7:00 AM

Walk With Me "Way of St. James Across France, Part 2". Walking the pilgrim path to Santiago, Spain through France for 600 miles. Solo travel by a 67-year-old woman. Produced by Tyler Burgess. (25 min.) http://www.walk-with-me.com/, https://www.facebook.com/WalkWithTylerBurgess/, walkwithmetylerburgess.blogspot.com/

7:30 AM

Strata: PortrStrata: Portraits of Humanity "February 2019" (Shaman burial; Spanish rock art) (1) This animated short film is an imaginative take on the ritual farewell of an old female shaman whose 12,000-year-old burial in an Israeli cave informs about the early development of religious beliefs. (2) New rock art designs w ere discovered recently around the Rock Art Archaeological Park of Campo Lameiro (PAAR) in Spain. The Galician Heritage Council conducted fieldwork on them in order to analyze and register the panel, record the presence of more panels around that vicinity and include them in the PAAR. Produced by Rick Pettigrew (29 min.) http://www.archaeologychannel.org.aits of Humanity [213-2-029] February 2017 (Pacific island funeral; Roman boat in French river) (1) Visually immerse yourself into a previous era on the Great Plains, travel through time and walk through a Mandan village as it existed in North Dakota around 1776. The animated village reconstruction is based on scholarly research of the site, the native population and the era. It is as historically accurate as the documentation allows. (2) A Spanish team conducts an experiment that tries to verify what life was like thousands of years ago. The experiment was to move and erect by hand a 13-ton granite stone, a replica of a prehistoric menhir typical of western Europe. Produced by Rick Pettigrew (29 min.) http://www.archaeologychannel.org.

8:00 AM

Tai Chi with Machiko & Medical QiGong 42 Combined Form with LCC Tai Chi teacher Machiko Shirai. Produced by Machiko Shirai. Edited by John Duran (50 min.)

9:00 AM

That Atheist Show Replay - A weekly call-in program (do not call during this replay). All topics, religious and secular. Produced by Joe Tyndall. (60 min.)

10:00 AM

De-Naming Dunn Hall Based On Fraudulent Scholarship "The David Igl Show" Produced by David Igl. (30 min.)

10:30 AM

Eugene Cannabis TV February 13, 2019. DanK updates the viewers on Paul Stanford and his possible legal action against others involved the The Hemp Cannabis Foundation, Oregon Legislature looks into exporting cannabis to neighboring legalized states and considers protections for some workers, and an Oregon cannabis grower files lawsuit against eight men involved in robbing and torturing him. Produced by Dan Koozer. (29 min.) See show listings on our YouTube Channel page: https://www.youtube.com/user/EugeneCannabisTV Or direct to this episode: https://youtu.be/351wtipHWTQ We’re also on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/Eugene-Cannabis-TV-207703772708127/

11:00 AM

Arts Journal Replay #906 PETER THOMAS, classical guitar concert @ Atrium Music Series June 2019. Produced by Hedda's Artworks. (60 min) https://hedda-arts.blogspot.com artsjournal@thinkvideo.com. The weekly programs from the past two years are available online: see the Arts Journal Playlist at https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list Sponsored by Fern Ridge Press, Publishers of Books & Videos Providing Solutions for Autism Spectrum Learning & Behavior Problems. See http://www.fernridgepress.com for more info.

12:00 PM

Driving Towards a Low-Carbon Future with Electric Vehicles The increasing urgency in dealing with climate change has accelerated the pace of developing alternative energy sources to reduce carbon emissions in the atmosphere. One international focus is on replacing the gas guzzling cars and trucks that are a primary source of carbon emissions with electric vehicles. For 2020, such major automobile manufacturers as Chevrolet, Ford, Volvo, and Volkswagen are joining Tesla to offer their own electric models to the driving public. Cities around America are also converting their fossil fuel bus fleets to electric charged vehicles. Locally, the Lane Transit District (LTD) has been testing electric propulsion technology and has a commitment to convert at least 10% of its fleet to electric buses within the next two years. Philip Barnhart, J.D, PhD represented portions of Lane and Linn Counties in the Oregon Legislature from 2001 to 2019. This year he founded the Emerald Valley Electric Vehicle Association. Previous to that he served as a member of the Eugene 4-J School Board. His careers include law and clinical psychology. He has driven an EV since 2012. Mr. Barnhart will focus on light vehicles such as passenger cars and smaller trucks and touch on such topics as battery range, reliability and longevity, carbon content of charging electricity in Eugene, as well as price, cost, and performance of electric cars and light trucks and why you should drive an EV. Kelly Hoell is LTD’s Sustainability Manager. Ms. Hoell has overseen the initial testing of the electric buses now in operation. She is also launching an evaluation of all available fuels and technology to help formulate LTD’s long term plans for a low carbon bus system. Ms. Hoell earned a BS in Environmental Studies from the University of Denver and an MBA from Oregon State University. She will discuss her carbon study involving public transit and LTD’s long term plans to electrify its fleet. Michael Graham is Director of Policy and Communications for the Columbia-Willamette Clean Cities Coalition, a 501 (c) (3) organization that provides resources, professional support, and "fuel agnostic" expertise to help its private and public members navigate and adopt alternative fuel and fleet efficiency solutions. Prior to that Mr. Graham served as an energy research analyst for the Oregon Department of Energy, where he co-authored the State of Oregon’s first statewide Biogas and Renewable Natural Gas Inventory. He will provide an overview of the development of heavy electric vehicles, when they can be expected, and issues that need to be resolved. 1Produced by Leo Rivers. (59min) At the December 6, 2019 City Club of Eugene. About The City Club: http://www.cityclubofeugene.org/ Past Weekly Presentations On YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?

1:00 PM

Interfaith Prayer Service - Series from Eugene's First Christian Church (Disciples of Christ). Produced by Larry Dobberstein. (60 min)

2:00 PM

The Normal Bean Show - Rock star interviews local & nat'l musicians & shows concert segments. Produced by Normal Bean. (60 min.)

3:00 PM

Gospel Music: Community Beyond Differences "Part 2 of 6" Six part series of the historical, cultural, and spiritual place gospel music has in African American communities. Beginning with songs and history that predate what is now called gospel music, this series starts with the arrival of enslaved Africans in the hull of slave ships. Each set of programs follow enslaved Africans and their offspring as they continue to fight for equality. There are three main themes: Free Yourself. Free Your Brothers & Sisters. Free Humanity. This series is relevant to anyone, African American or not, religious or not, who is looking for inspiration, information, and entertainment in one show. This is also where you will find is a wonderful program to watch with your entire family. Produced by Elandus Lake, Lake Enterprise (29 min.)

3:30 PM

Gospel Music: Community Beyond Differences "Part 3 of 6" "Kenny Reed Memorial Service. Recorded live at the Jazz Station." Six part series of the historical, cultural, and spiritual place gospel music has in African American communities. Beginning with songs and history that predate what is now called gospel music, this series starts with the arrival of enslaved Africans in the hull of slave ships. Each set of programs follow enslaved Africans and their offspring as they continue to fight for equality. There are three main themes: Free Yourself. Free Your Brothers & Sisters. Free Humanity. This series is relevant to anyone, African American or not, religious or not, who is looking for inspiration, information, and entertainment in one show. This is also where you will find is a wonderful program to watch with your entire family. Produced by Elandus Lake, Lake Enterprise (29 min.)

4:00 PM

Arts Journal - A local arts program featuring ArtWalk talks, art shows, Atrium Music Series concerts, & arts events. Produced by Hedda's Artworks. (60 min) https://hedda-arts.blogspot.com artsjournal@thinkvideo.com. The weekly programs from the past two years are available online: see the Arts Journal Playlist at https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLOvJV-0VeyCnh4125xuphIVz4X-ipUeNM. Sponsored by Fern Ridge Press, Publishers of Books & Videos Providing Solutions for Autism Spectrum Learning & Behavior Problems. See http://www.fernridgepress.com for more info.

5:00 PM

Democracy Now - Amy Goodman's daily progressive news & interview show. Locally Sponsored by Larry Dobberstein. (60 min)

6:00 PM

Building Bigger Minds: Teaching Philosophy to Children In Eugene and in many school districts throughout Oregon, the curriculum emphasizes content that can be measured through standardized assessments. Yet children also need to be challenged with big ideas that require multiple interpretations and connect to their personal experiences. As adults, their full engagement in community life will depend on the ability to think critically about complex issues. Philosophy lessons prompt children to support their opinions with reasons, to employ counter arguments and hypotheticals to test the validity of new ideas, and to be open to revising personal points-of-view as they hear the opinions of peers. In a time of polarized politics and hyper-emotional responses to important issues that affect everyone, it is particularly important to promote critical thinking, reasoned responses, collaboration, and empathy around topics that are deeply meaningful in our lives. For years, Paul Bodin and Caroline Lundquist have been promoting philosophy for children, parents, and teachers in our community in a variety of places and formats. Between 2013 and 2019, the UO departments of Philosophy and Education Studies collaborated with Eugene 4J schools to offer weekly philosophy lessons to more than 2,500 children, ages 7-12, at Camas Ridge, Edison, McCornack, Holt, Adams, Willagillespie, Edgewood, and Family Schools. Individuals and two-person teams of undergraduates who were enrolled in PHIL 372, "Teaching Children Philosophy," led the discussions. They talked about ethics, environmental studies, epistemology, aesthetics, metaphysics, gender identity, and race. The curriculum behind this philosophy-for-children approach developed in a collaborations involving the course instructor, Paul Bodin, his graduate students in philosophy, original lessons prepared by the undergraduate students themselves, and ideas generated by leaders in an international children's philosophy movement, including the Center for Philosophy for Children in Washington State, and the Philosophy Foundation in London, England. Since moving to Eugene in 1975 Paul Bodin has worked in many capacities with children and youth in District 4J schools. He has taught music, folk and swing dancing, drama and storytelling to elementary and middle school students; worked with talented and gifted students as a Sheldon region specialist; and taught blended third-through-fifth grade classroom groups and sixth grade at Spencer Butte Middle School. After retiring in 2003, Paul worked as an instructor and supervisor for graduate students pursuing elementary certification and, most recently, brought philosophical discussions to elementary and middle school classrooms. He earned a BA in music composition at the University of California at Santa Barbara and an MEd in Music Education from the University of Oregon. Caroline Lundquist earned her PhD in philosophy from the University of Oregon and decided to stay here in Eugene, her childhood home. She teaches philosophy courses for the Clark Honors College and the Department of Philosophy at the University of Oregon. She also co-directs Carnegie Global Oregon, an ethics-based undergraduate community at the UO. Before working for the UO, Caroline was an ethics instructor at Lane Community College for five years. Carly Leavitt is a fifth grade teacher currently involved with her students in philosophy lessons at Camas Ridge Elementary. She has observed many different elementary classrooms engaged in philosophical discussions and will speak about critical thinking curriculum from a grassroots perspective. Produced by Leo Rivers. (59min) At the November 15, 2019 City Club of Eugene. About The City Club: http://www.cityclubofeugene.org/ Past Weekly Presentations On YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?

7:00 PM

Expanding Veterans Services In Lane County Speakers: Joseph Reiley, Lane County Veterans Services Program Supervisor, Dr. John LeBow, Board Member, Veterans Legacy Project. In Lane County there are approximately 30,000 military veterans. Public support for veterans is high. Oregon voters recently approved a measure to increase funding for veteran’s services, and the Veterans Administration opened a new facility locally; the VA Eugene Healthcare Center on Chad Drive. As a new group of veterans from wars in the Middle East and Afghanistan transition back to civilian life, they face a different set of challenges. What does this mean for Lane County veterans? Joseph Reiley, Lane County Veterans Services Program Supervisor, will give us an update. In addition to more traditional government programs, the Veterans Legacy Project has taken over the Lane County Forest Work Camp with the aim of developing a therapeutic environment for veterans in the Coast Range. The Project will provide alternative therady for vets with post-traumatic stress disorder and other adjustment disorders, and will provide supportive care of substance abuse. Dr. John Lebow, a member of the Veterans Legacy Project Board of Directors, will tell us about their efforts. Discussion at the City Club of Eugene on November 10, 2017. Produced by Dan Bryant and Joe Tyndall. (60 min) About The City Club: http://www.cityclubofeugene.org/ Past Weekly Presentations On YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL0U4U6KFA02LWCKwNDX8VEDTFozwW2-yn

8:00 PM

That Veterans Show Interviews with vets and veterans assistance groups. Produced by Judi Greig. (30 min.)

8:30 PM

Eugene Cannabis TV Produced by Dan Koozer (30 min) See show listings on our YouTube Channel page: https://www.youtube.com/user/EugeneCannabisTV Or direct to this episode: https://youtu.be/tTs1zOX4g0E We’re also on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/Eugene-Cannabis-TV-207703772708127/

9:00 PM

Racism, Empire & Survival "Interview With Brian Willson" Brian Willson was appalled by what he witnessed serving in Vietnam and recognized in horror that "I’m on the wrong side." Later, during the Reagan administration’s proxy wars in Nicaragua and El Salvador, Brian joined others blocking the munitions trains to the Contras from the Concord Naval Weapons Station near Oakland. A train didn’t stop, ran over him and severed his legs below the knees. His biography, Blood on the Tracks, has been made into a feature-length documentary film, Paying the Price for Peace. Produced by Jack Dresser. (60 min.)

10:00 PM

Spencer Creek Internet Access Meeting Update Bringing internet access to everyone. Spencer Creek residents listen to: West Eugene Lane County Commissioner Heather Buch, Ashland Representative Pam Marsh, General Manager of Lane Electric Debi Wilson, Staff Member of Oregon Senator Ron Wyden's office Juine Chada, Representative of Tech Oregon Matt Sayre, Representative of Lane Fi Nolie Sheid, Sales Manager for Douglas Fast Net, Garrett Stembridge, Representative from Access Media Steve. Produced by Larry Dobberstein and Barry Burleson. (90 min.) For more info also please visit: Facebook Group Page ~ Spencer Creek Grange Neighborhood Internet Access Group. On YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GZzayyOR4TM&feature=youtu.be

11:30 PM

UO Today Guest: Provost Patrick Phillips discusses his role as the chief academic officer of the University of Oregon. He is working on filling some academic leadership vacancies as well as working to hire and retain faculty from diverse backgrounds. Phillips also talks about his work as an award-winning evolutionary biologist and the development of the SCORE (Students of Color Opportunities in Research Enrichment) program. Produced by Peg Gearhart. (30 min.) Watch episodes online at http://media.uoregon.edu/channel/archives/category/uo-today


THURSDAY 1/16 LOCAL ARTS


12:00 AM

Learn To Paint In Acrylics "Sunset Snow Scene" Learn to paint a beautiful snow scene at sunset. Easy steps to creating your own artwork from local painter and producer Michael Pickett. http://www.pickettonline.com. (30 min.)

12:30 AM

ENN Covers Ostara and Skip's Trip Across the U.S.A. In this Eugene News Network episode, we celebrate the Spring Equinox. It is time for the pagan celebration of Ostara, so we took our teleportation device to Stonehenge to join the celebration. Also, we followed Skip Robinson's trip across the country. Produced by Mike Schwab. (17 mins.) You can also find this episode, as well as other shows by produced by Mike, on his YouTube Channel. Search Mike T Schwab.

1:00 AM

Cottage Grove TV 7:00 American South by Rail (56:08); 7:58 Ferry Streets and Bridges (Jabin) 1:37; 8:01 World's Greatest Train Rides (Siberia) 55:20; 8:56 BMD Coiner Park Fuse Winding Contest only (Ewing) 4:19; 8:58 Did You Know About Daniel Boone? (Jabin) 1:36. Produced by Dan Holt (120 Min.) On YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/user/danholtvideo

3:00 AM

Arts Journal - A local arts program featuring ArtWalk talks, art shows, Atrium Music Series concerts, & arts events. Produced by Hedda's Artworks. (60 min) https://hedda-arts.blogspot.com artsjournal@thinkvideo.com. The weekly programs from the past two years are available online: see the Arts Journal Playlist at https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLOvJV-0VeyCnh4125xuphIVz4X-ipUeNM. Sponsored by Fern Ridge Press, Publishers of Books & Videos Providing Solutions for Autism Spectrum Learning & Behavior Problems. See http://www.fernridgepress.com for more info.

4:00 AM

Movies From the Madhouse Creeps and Cretins, welcome back to The Madhouse! Join Mistress Dandeli, Master Seth and their guest, The Sinister Christian for a showing of Lucio Fulci's 1979 gore epic, "Zombie Flesh Eaters"! Produced by Madhouse Productions (118 minutes) Go to https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCiw0j0cUMToWFUfIpi-5p7w for more madness...

6:00 AM

Hiking With Barbara "Travels on Trails in the Pacific Northwest"] Rooster Rock, Friends of Buford Park, Arrowhead Lake, Connors Camp. A video chronicle of travels in Oregon, Washington and the Pacific NW. Produced by Marc Time. (29 min.) With Barbara - Travels on Trails in the Pacific Northwest, Ep. 3 [203-3-003] Rooster Rock, Friends of Buford Park, Arrowhead Lake, Connors Camp. A video chronicle of travels in Oregon, Washington and the Pacific NW. Produced by Marc Time. (29 min.)

6:30 AM

Nourish: Food for Life "Summer Super Salad with Blueberry Vinaigrette, and Breakfast Blueberry Oat Bar. Creative Chef Shanna Hutton is inspired to enhance community wellness through whole foods cookery. She explains the health benefits of using natural fats and sugars, and fresh herbs. While presenting her crafted recipes, Shanna names the medicinal properties of each specific ingredient. Please join us for our next cooking demonstration at Natural Grocers. Monthly classes are listed at oregoncancerfoundation.com, and more recipes at nourishfoodforlife.com. Produced by John Duran. (28 min.)

7:00 AM

Walk With Me"Way of St. James In Spain: El Camino" Walking over the Pyrenees, through Santiago de Compostela to the Coast.. Produced by Tyler Burgess. (25 min.) http://www.walk-with-me.com/, https://www.facebook.com/WalkWithTylerBurgess/, walkwithmetylerburgess.blogspot.com/

7:30 AM

Strata: Portraits of Humanity "March 2019" (Viking Coloring Book; stone carvings in Persian homeland) (1) Dr. Chloe Duckworth, alias "ArchaeoDuck," presents the latest in her "'Meet the Archaeologist" series. Dayanna Knight is a talented artist and expert in Viking identity. Find out about how she combined her talents to create "The Viking Coloring Book." (2) From the present to the past, a young woman and her brother trace the history of their ancestors through traditional stone carving in Shiraz, Iran, in the center of the ancient Persian homeland. Their journey takes them to Persepolis and monuments to revered Iranian poets. Produced by Rick Pettigrew (29 min.) http://www.archaeologychannel.org.

8:00 AM

Learn To Paint In Acrylics "Mother’s Day Glow In The Dark Bouquet" Learn to paint a beautiful snow scene at sunset. Easy steps to creating your own artwork from local painter and producer Michael Pickett. (30 min.) http://www.pickettonline.com.

8:30 AM

Eugene Cannabis TV Produced by Dan Koozer (30 min) See show listings on our YouTube Channel page: https://www.youtube.com/user/EugeneCannabisTV Or direct to this episode: https://youtu.be/tTs1zOX4g0E We’re also on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/Eugene-Cannabis-TV-207703772708127/

9:00 AM

That Atheist Show Replay - A weekly call-in program (do not call during this replay). All topics, religious and secular. Produced by Joe Tyndall. (60 min.)

10:00 AM

De-Naming Dunn Hall Based On Fraudulent Scholarship "The David Igl Show" Produced by David Igl. (30 min.)

10:30 AM

Eugene Cannabis TV February 20, 2019. Normal Bean and the Dobe Lama join DanK in the studio this evening. They discuss changes in terminology, old friends, unique seed distribution methods, and cammabos activism over the years. In the second segment, Normal speaks further on seed–grown versus cloned cannabis plants, cultivation methods, and techniques for starting plants learned from years of observation. Produced by Dan Koozer. (29 min.) See show listings on our YouTube Channel page: https://www.youtube.com/user/EugeneCannabisTV Or direct to this episode: https://youtu.be/YHD04XvEUEI We’re also on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/Eugene-Cannabis-TV-207703772708127/

11:00 AM

Arts Journal Replay #907 ARTWALK @ PUBLIC Streetwear with talk by artist Valentina Gonzalez & ArtWalk hostess M. Clare Feighan [10 min.] Sara B3 & 45 RPM.. 60s & 70s Soul & Funk in Kesey Square [12 min.] ArtWalk talk by Antonio Anacan, director of #instaballet with crowd-sourced dance steps @ Oregon Contemporary Theatre, July 2019.. Arts Encore: Music by Crescendo Show @ Eugene Celebration 2013 [10 min.] Percussion concert by U.O. student, Peter White, in Hult Lobby for Bach Fest 2013 [6 min.] (58 min) https://hedda-arts.blogspot.com artsjournal@thinkvideo.com. The weekly programs from the past two years are available online: see the Arts Journal Playlist at https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list.... Sponsored by Fern Ridge Press, Publishers of Books & Videos Providing Solutions for Autism Spectrum Learning & Behavior Problems. See http://www.fernridgepress.com for more info.

12:00 PM

Addressing Asset Poverty: From Owing to Owning According to new research by Oregon State University, a majority of Americans live in "asset poverty," meaning they have few or no assets to rely on in the event of a financial crisis such as job loss or a medical emergency. Lacking assets like vehicles, homes, savings accounts, or investments, families are often unable to cope with crises without sacrificing basic needs like food, clothing and shelter. Additionally, a growing body of research suggests that parents’ asset levels also predict their children’s educational expectations and academic achievement, including their likelihood of enrolling in and graduating from college than 30% of Oregonians experience asset poverty—one of the highest reported rates in the country—and the state has an exceptionally high rate of homelessness. In Oregon, poverty is a key defining issue separating the have-nots from the haves, or put another way, those who increasingly owe from those who increasingly own. Despite the gains since the Great Recession, the economic forecast is disheartening for Millennials with high debt loads and low earning potential, as well as for children who grow up in single-parent households. In a political environment that focuses more often on "income inequality" than on "wealth inequality" as a key determinant of economic well-being, are we, the American public, ignorant of the real underlying issue that prevents people from achieving the "American Dream"? If policy prescriptions aimed at reducing poverty narrowly frame the issue in terms of income, do our elected leaders underutilize opportunities to ameliorate poverty through asset accumulation that could lead to greater self-sufficiency? Rothwell will define and discuss asset poverty as a key indicator for understanding American economic vitality. Afterwards, he will participate in a panel discussion with John Haines and Sven Gatchev. They administer Mercy Corps’ Community Investment Trust initiative, which provides a low-barrier investment opportunity for working class Americans to invest in commercial real estate. Rothwell is Assistant Professor of Public Health and Human Sciences at Oregon State University. He earned an MSW from Tulane University and a PhD in Social Welfare from the University of Hawaii at Manoa. His research interests include poverty, families, and social policy. He has published on topics that include financial education and child asset poverty. John Haines is the Executive Director of the Community Investment Trust with Mercy Corps Global Innovations Team. Before joining Mercy Corps as Executive Director of their local economic development affiliate, Mercy Corps Northwest, he was vice president of ShoreBank Pacific, a start-up sustainable development bank based in Portland, Oregon. Gatchev is the Operations Manager for the Community Investment Trust. He earned an MBA from the UO Lundquist College of Business, where he was a Technology Entrepreneurship Fellow. Produced by Leo Rivers. (59min) At the December 13, 2019 City Club of Eugene. About The City Club: http://www.cityclubofeugene.org/ Past Weekly Presentations On YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?

1:00 PM

Interfaith Prayer Service - Series from Eugene's First Christian Church (Disciples of Christ). Produced by Larry Dobberstein. (60 min)

2:00 PM

Racism, Empire & Survival"Interview With Brian Willson" Brian Willson was appalled by what he witnessed serving in Vietnam and recognized in horror that "I’m on the wrong side." Later, during the Reagan administration’s proxy wars in Nicaragua and El Salvador, Brian joined others blocking the munitions trains to the Contras from the Concord Naval Weapons Station near Oakland. A train didn’t stop, ran over him and severed his legs below the knees. His biography, Blood on the Tracks, has been made into a feature-length documentary film, Paying the Price for Peace. Produced by Jack Dresser. (60 min.)

3:00 PM

Cascade Chorus Christmas Show The Cascade Chorus, the Eugene Chapter of the Barbershop Harmony Society, invites everyone to join us for our 30th Annual Community Christmas Celebration. Master of Ceremonies - Doug Wisely. Featuring: Oregon Young Men’s Ensemble, Chris Dobson, Director http://www.oregonyoungmensensemble.com/, Greater Eugene’s Holiday Harmony Chorus - Lauren Kahn, Director https://thegreatereugenechorus.org/node/414, Social Insecurity https://cascadechorus.org/social-insecurity, Cascade Community Christmas Chorus. At the Eugene Church of Christ. Produced by Leo Rivers. (120 min). https://cascadechorus.org/

5:00 PM

Democracy Now - Amy Goodman's daily progressive news & interview show. Locally Sponsored by Larry Dobberstein. (60 min)

6:00 PM

Learn To Paint In Acrylics "Sunset Snow Scene" Learn to paint a beautiful snow scene at sunset. Easy steps to creating your own artwork from local painter and producer Michael Pickett. http://www.pickettonline.com. (30 min.)

6:30 PM

ENN Covers Ostara and Skip's Trip Across the U.S.A. In this Eugene News Network episode, we celebrate the Spring Equinox. It is time for the pagan celebration of Ostara, so we took our teleportation device to Stonehenge to join the celebration. Also, we followed Skip Robinson's trip across the country. Produced by Mike Schwab. (17 mins.) You can also find this episode, as well as other shows by produced by Mike, on his YouTube Channel. Search Mike T Schwab.

7:00 PM

Cottage Grove TV 7:00 American South by Rail (56:08); 7:58 Ferry Streets and Bridges (Jabin) 1:37; 8:01 World's Greatest Train Rides (Siberia) 55:20; 8:56 BMD Coiner Park Fuse Winding Contest only (Ewing) 4:19; 8:58 Did You Know About Daniel Boone? (Jabin) 1:36. Produced by Dan Holt (120 Min.) On YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/user/danholtvideo

9:00 PM

Arts Journal - A local arts program featuring ArtWalk talks, art shows, Atrium Music Series concerts, & arts events. Produced by Hedda's Artworks. (60 min) https://hedda-arts.blogspot.com artsjournal@thinkvideo.com. The weekly programs from the past two years are available online: see the Arts Journal Playlist at https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLOvJV-0VeyCnh4125xuphIVz4X-ipUeNM. Sponsored by Fern Ridge Press, Publishers of Books & Videos Providing Solutions for Autism Spectrum Learning & Behavior Problems. See http://www.fernridgepress.com for more info.

10:00 PM

Movies From the Madhouse Creeps and Cretins, welcome back to The Madhouse! Join Mistress Dandeli, Master Seth and their guest, The Sinister Christian for a showing of Lucio Fulci's 1979 gore epic, "Zombie Flesh Eaters"! Produced by Madhouse Productions (118 minutes) Go to https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCiw0j0cUMToWFUfIpi-5p7w for more madness...



FRIDAY 1/17 LOCAL MUSIC & ENTERTAINMENT


12:00 AM

Citywide Talent Show for Seniors The Community Center for the Performing Arts hosted the 2nd Annual Citywide Talent Show for Seniors at the WOW Hall. This show was opened to all local residents ages 55 and up interested in showcasing their talent to the community. Performances included piano/singer, comedy of Abbott and Costello, Peace Choir trio, old time fiddlers, poetry, and hot dancing. It’s a family show of gutsy and inspiring performances. Produced by John Duran (90 minutes)

1:30 AM

Gospel Music: Community Beyond Differences "Part 1 of 6" Six part series of the historical, cultural, and spiritual place gospel music has in African American communities. Beginning with songs and history that predate what is now called gospel music, this series starts with the arrival of enslaved Africans in the hull of slave ships. Each set of programs follow enslaved Africans and their offspring as they continue to fight for equality. There are three main themes: Free Yourself. Free Your Brothers & Sisters. Free Humanity. This series is relevant to anyone, African American or not, religious or not, who is looking for inspiration, information, and entertainment in one show. This is also where you will find is a wonderful program to watch with your entire family. Produced by Elandus Lake, Lake Enterprise (29 min.)

2:00 AM

Gospel Music: Community Beyond Differences "Part 2 of 6" Six part series of the historical, cultural, and spiritual place gospel music has in African American communities. Beginning with songs and history that predate what is now called gospel music, this series starts with the arrival of enslaved Africans in the hull of slave ships. Each set of programs follow enslaved Africans and their offspring as they continue to fight for equality. There are three main themes: Free Yourself. Free Your Brothers & Sisters. Free Humanity. This series is relevant to anyone, African American or not, religious or not, who is looking for inspiration, information, and entertainment in one show. This is also where you will find is a wonderful program to watch with your entire family. Produced by Elandus Lake, Lake Enterprise (29 min.)

2:30 AM

Gospel Music: Community Beyond Differences "Part 3 of 6" "Kenny Reed Memorial Service. Recorded live at the Jazz Station." Six part series of the historical, cultural, and spiritual place gospel music has in African American communities. Beginning with songs and history that predate what is now called gospel music, this series starts with the arrival of enslaved Africans in the hull of slave ships. Each set of programs follow enslaved Africans and their offspring as they continue to fight for equality. There are three main themes: Free Yourself. Free Your Brothers & Sisters. Free Humanity. This series is relevant to anyone, African American or not, religious or not, who is looking for inspiration, information, and entertainment in one show. This is also where you will find is a wonderful program to watch with your entire family. Produced by Elandus Lake, Lake Enterprise (29 min.)

3:00 AM

The Normal Bean Show - Rock star interviews local & nat'l musicians & shows concert segments. Produced by Normal Bean. (60 min.)

4:00 AM

Poetry Platform A Night of Poetry at the CUSH! August 6th, 2019 Part #3. Produced by Leo Rivers. (30 min). http://www.oregonpoeticvoices.org/poet/366/

4:30 AM

No Shame: After Shark There's another part of the No Shame Eugene experience. Selected post–shark pieces from the monthly shows. Potentially offensive and unsuitable for children. <mailto:noshameeugene@gmail.com>noshameeugene@gmail.com.

5:00 AM

Marc Time: Sunday Morning Hangover Radio Show "Memorial Day Anti -War Hangover Part 1" .Why we celebrate , songs about war and peace, and reflections on the USA's obsession with War.Produced by Marc Time Originally aired on KWVA-FM 5/29/ 2016 http://sundaymorninghangover.blogspot.com/2016/05/memorial-day-anti-war-hangover.html

5:30 AM

Grounds for Separation Part 1 and 2 This program includes a show and its sequel. In the first show, some Eugene residents become upset when they find out that their new housemate doesn't like coffee. In the holiday-themed sequel, these residents become desperate for money, so they accept undesirable jobs. Produced by Mike Schwab. (29 min.) You can find these shows, along with other shows produced by Mike Schwab, on YouTube. Search "Mike T Schwab".

6:00 AM

Hiking With Barbara "Travels on Trails in the Pacific Northwest" South Sister Climber Trail, Crescent Mountain Linn County Oregon. A video chronicle of travels in Oregon, Washington, and the Pacific Northwest. Produced by Marc Time. (29 min.)

6:30 AM

Nourish: Food for Life "Summer Super Salad with Blueberry Vinaigrette, and Breakfast Blueberry Oat Bar. Creative Chef Shanna Hutton is inspired to enhance community wellness through whole foods cookery. She explains the health benefits of using natural fats and sugars, and fresh herbs. While presenting her crafted recipes, Shanna names the medicinal properties of each specific ingredient. Please join us for our next cooking demonstration at Natural Grocers. Monthly classes are listed at oregoncancerfoundation.com, and more recipes at nourishfoodforlife.com. Produced by John Duran. (28 min.)

7:00 AM

Walk With Me "Way of St. James Portugal to Spain, Part 2 of 2" Pilgrimage from Lisbon, Portugal to Santiago de Compostela, Spain, walking 450 miles solo, a 68-year-old woman shares her pilgrimage in photos and watercolors. Produced by Tyler Burgess. (29 min.) http://www.walk-with-me.com/, https://www.facebook.com/WalkWithTylerBurgess/, walkwithmetylerburgess.blogspot.com/

7:30 AM

Strata: Portraits of Humanity "April 2019" (Modern discovery of Magan; TAC Festival 2019 preview) (1) Ancient Sumerian texts spoke of an enigmatic and distant country. Its so-called "black ships," loaded with riches and valuable minerals, arrived in the Mesopotamia via the maritime trading routes. Archaeology now shows that the mythical country of Magan really did exist. (2) Featuring 23 outstanding films selected from 107 entries, The Archaeology Channel International Film Festival is in its 16th year as a leading competition. This preview offers a sample of the remarkably diverse topics and film styles represented by this year’s offerings. Produced by Rick Pettigrew (29 min.) http://www.archaeologychannel.org.

8:00 AM

QiGong With Janet- QiGong teacher Janet Zabrosky leads a class in this ancient Chinese breathing and stretching exercise program of which Tai Chi is developed form. Produced by Tom Cleveland. (54 min.) On YouTube at https://youtu.be/CJMReLb9f_4. Email: janet@thinkvideo.com

9:00 AM

That Atheist Show Replay - A weekly call-in program (do not call during this replay). All topics, religious and secular. Produced by Joe Tyndall. (60 min.)

10:00 AM

De-Naming Dunn Hall Based On Fraudulent Scholarship "The David Igl Show" Produced by David Igl. (30 min.)

10:30 AM

Eugene Cannabis TV March 13, 2019. Normal Bean and the Dobe Lama return to talk with DanK this evening. They take a look at some classic cannabis books from the 1970's, discuss styles of joint rolling and improvised smoking devices. In the second segment, they look at the progress of a bill to allow cannabis lounges in Oregon and other news from around the nation. Produced by Dan Koozer. (29 min.) See show listings on our YouTube Channel page: https://www.youtube.com/user/EugeneCannabisTV Or direct to this episode: https://youtu.be/9kxP1-x4Jtg We’re also on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/Eugene-Cannabis-TV-207703772708127/

11:00 AM

Arts Journal Replay #908 July 2019 annual Photo Zone juried show @ Emerald Art Center in Springfield & Photo Zone member’s show in Eugene [6 min.] Fiddlin Big Sue Band @ New Zone 2016 [15 min.] Eugene mural paintings: ArtWalk talk byTelmo Miel + painting their mural, Hyuro painting her mural + ArtWalk talk by Paul Godin, Bayne Gardner painting his mural, & Ila Rose painting her mural[25 min.] Asian art @ White Lotus [1.8 min.] Mark Clarke art @ Karin Clarke Gallery [3 min.] (58 min) https://hedda-arts.blogspot.com artsjournal@thinkvideo.com. The weekly programs from the past two years are available online: see the Arts Journal Playlist at https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list.... Sponsored by Fern Ridge Press, Publishers of Books & Videos Providing Solutions for Autism Spectrum Learning & Behavior Problems. See http://www.fernridgepress.com for more info.

12:00 PM

Driving Towards a Low-Carbon Future with Electric Vehicles The increasing urgency in dealing with climate change has accelerated the pace of developing alternative energy sources to reduce carbon emissions in the atmosphere. One international focus is on replacing the gas guzzling cars and trucks that are a primary source of carbon emissions with electric vehicles. For 2020, such major automobile manufacturers as Chevrolet, Ford, Volvo, and Volkswagen are joining Tesla to offer their own electric models to the driving public. Cities around America are also converting their fossil fuel bus fleets to electric charged vehicles. Locally, the Lane Transit District (LTD) has been testing electric propulsion technology and has a commitment to convert at least 10% of its fleet to electric buses within the next two years. Philip Barnhart, J.D, PhD represented portions of Lane and Linn Counties in the Oregon Legislature from 2001 to 2019. This year he founded the Emerald Valley Electric Vehicle Association. Previous to that he served as a member of the Eugene 4-J School Board. His careers include law and clinical psychology. He has driven an EV since 2012. Mr. Barnhart will focus on light vehicles such as passenger cars and smaller trucks and touch on such topics as battery range, reliability and longevity, carbon content of charging electricity in Eugene, as well as price, cost, and performance of electric cars and light trucks and why you should drive an EV. Kelly Hoell is LTD’s Sustainability Manager. Ms. Hoell has overseen the initial testing of the electric buses now in operation. She is also launching an evaluation of all available fuels and technology to help formulate LTD’s long term plans for a low carbon bus system. Ms. Hoell earned a BS in Environmental Studies from the University of Denver and an MBA from Oregon State University. She will discuss her carbon study involving public transit and LTD’s long term plans to electrify its fleet. Michael Graham is Director of Policy and Communications for the Columbia-Willamette Clean Cities Coalition, a 501 (c) (3) organization that provides resources, professional support, and "fuel agnostic" expertise to help its private and public members navigate and adopt alternative fuel and fleet efficiency solutions. Prior to that Mr. Graham served as an energy research analyst for the Oregon Department of Energy, where he co-authored the State of Oregon’s first statewide Biogas and Renewable Natural Gas Inventory. He will provide an overview of the development of heavy electric vehicles, when they can be expected, and issues that need to be resolved. 1Produced by Leo Rivers. (59min) At the December 6, 2019 City Club of Eugene. About The City Club: http://www.cityclubofeugene.org/ Past Weekly Presentations On YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?

1:00 PM

Interfaith Prayer Service - Series from Eugene's First Christian Church (Disciples of Christ). Produced by Larry Dobberstein. (60 min)

2:00 PM

Vinsanity Unplugged "In Search of Game Changers" Guest: Tammi Daniel Coles. Produced by Vincent B. Faini. (58 min.) vinnyomp@gmail.com

3:00 PM

Gospel Music: Community Beyond Differences "Part 1 of 6" Six part series of the historical, cultural, and spiritual place gospel music has in African American communities. Beginning with songs and history that predate what is now called gospel music, this series starts with the arrival of enslaved Africans in the hull of slave ships. Each set of programs follow enslaved Africans and their offspring as they continue to fight for equality. There are three main themes: Free Yourself. Free Your Brothers & Sisters. Free Humanity. This series is relevant to anyone, African American or not, religious or not, who is looking for inspiration, information, and entertainment in one show. This is also where you will find is a wonderful program to watch with your entire family. Produced by Elandus Lake, Lake Enterprise (29 min.)

3:30 PM

Gospel Music: Community Beyond Differences "Part 2 of 6" Six part series of the historical, cultural, and spiritual place gospel music has in African American communities. Beginning with songs and history that predate what is now called gospel music, this series starts with the arrival of enslaved Africans in the hull of slave ships. Each set of programs follow enslaved Africans and their offspring as they continue to fight for equality. There are three main themes: Free Yourself. Free Your Brothers & Sisters. Free Humanity. This series is relevant to anyone, African American or not, religious or not, who is looking for inspiration, information, and entertainment in one show. This is also where you will find is a wonderful program to watch with your entire family. Produced by Elandus Lake, Lake Enterprise (29 min.)

4:00 PM

Gospel Music: Community Beyond Differences "Part 3 of 6" "Kenny Reed Memorial Service. Recorded live at the Jazz Station." Six part series of the historical, cultural, and spiritual place gospel music has in African American communities. Beginning with songs and history that predate what is now called gospel music, this series starts with the arrival of enslaved Africans in the hull of slave ships. Each set of programs follow enslaved Africans and their offspring as they continue to fight for equality. There are three main themes: Free Yourself. Free Your Brothers & Sisters. Free Humanity. This series is relevant to anyone, African American or not, religious or not, who is looking for inspiration, information, and entertainment in one show. This is also where you will find is a wonderful program to watch with your entire family. Produced by Elandus Lake, Lake Enterprise (29 min.)

4:30 PM

Strata: Portraits of Humanity "December 2019" (How the Romans made glass; discovering ancient Trento, Italy [Part 2]) (1) In this episode of the ArchaeoDuck series, Chloe Duckworth takes us to the Roman Villa Borg in Germany, where Roman glass is being reconstructed in replica workshops by master glassblowers from around the world. (2) Close to the Austrian border in northern Italy, the show’s hostess, Francesca Mazzalei, and Dr. Franco Marzatico explore the prehistory and history of the Alpine region of Trentino. This is the second of two episodes, featuring ancient copper mining in the Bronze Age and silver mining in the Medieval Period. Produced by Rick Pettigrew (29 min.) http://www.archaeologychannel.org/strata.

5:00 PM

Democracy Now - Amy Goodman's daily progressive news & interview show. Locally Sponsored by Larry Dobberstein. (60 min)

6:00 PM

Citywide Talent Show for Seniors The Community Center for the Performing Arts hosted the 2nd Annual Citywide Talent Show for Seniors at the WOW Hall. This show was opened to all local residents ages 55 and up interested in showcasing their talent to the community. Performances included piano/singer, comedy of Abbott and Costello, Peace Choir trio, old time fiddlers, poetry, and hot dancing. It’s a family show of gutsy and inspiring performances. Produced by John Duran (90 minutes)

7:30 PM

Gospel Music: Community Beyond Differences "Part 1 of 6" Six part series of the historical, cultural, and spiritual place gospel music has in African American communities. Beginning with songs and history that predate what is now called gospel music, this series starts with the arrival of enslaved Africans in the hull of slave ships. Each set of programs follow enslaved Africans and their offspring as they continue to fight for equality. There are three main themes: Free Yourself. Free Your Brothers & Sisters. Free Humanity. This series is relevant to anyone, African American or not, religious or not, who is looking for inspiration, information, and entertainment in one show. This is also where you will find is a wonderful program to watch with your entire family. Produced by Elandus Lake, Lake Enterprise (29 min.)

8:00 PM

Gospel Music: Community Beyond Differences "Part 2 of 6" Six part series of the historical, cultural, and spiritual place gospel music has in African American communities. Beginning with songs and history that predate what is now called gospel music, this series starts with the arrival of enslaved Africans in the hull of slave ships. Each set of programs follow enslaved Africans and their offspring as they continue to fight for equality. There are three main themes: Free Yourself. Free Your Brothers & Sisters. Free Humanity. This series is relevant to anyone, African American or not, religious or not, who is looking for inspiration, information, and entertainment in one show. This is also where you will find is a wonderful program to watch with your entire family. Produced by Elandus Lake, Lake Enterprise (29 min.)

8:30 PM

Gospel Music: Community Beyond Differences "Part 3 of 6" "Kenny Reed Memorial Service. Recorded live at the Jazz Station." Six part series of the historical, cultural, and spiritual place gospel music has in African American communities. Beginning with songs and history that predate what is now called gospel music, this series starts with the arrival of enslaved Africans in the hull of slave ships. Each set of programs follow enslaved Africans and their offspring as they continue to fight for equality. There are three main themes: Free Yourself. Free Your Brothers & Sisters. Free Humanity. This series is relevant to anyone, African American or not, religious or not, who is looking for inspiration, information, and entertainment in one show. This is also where you will find is a wonderful program to watch with your entire family. Produced by Elandus Lake, Lake Enterprise (29 min.)

9:00 PM

The Normal Bean Show - Rock star interviews local & nat'l musicians & shows concert segments. Produced by Normal Bean. (60 min.)

10:00 PM

Poetry Platform A Night of Poetry at the CUSH! August 6th, 2019 Part #3. Produced by Leo Rivers. (30 min). http://www.oregonpoeticvoices.org/poet/366/

10:30 PM

No Shame: After Shark There's another part of the No Shame Eugene experience. Selected post–shark pieces from the monthly shows. Potentially offensive and unsuitable for children. <mailto:noshameeugene@gmail.com>noshameeugene@gmail.com.

11:00 PM

Marc Time: Sunday Morning Hangover Radio Show "Memorial Day Anti -War Hangover Part 1" .Why we celebrate , songs about war and peace, and reflections on the USA's obsession with War.Produced by Marc Time Originally aired on KWVA-FM 5/29/ 2016 http://sundaymorninghangover.blogspot.com/2016/05/memorial-day-anti-war-hangover.html

11:30 PM

Grounds for Separation Part 1 and 2 This program includes a show and its sequel. In the first show, some Eugene residents become upset when they find out that their new housemate doesn't like coffee. In the holiday-themed sequel, these residents become desperate for money, so they accept undesirable jobs. Produced by Mike Schwab. (29 min.) You can find these shows, along with other shows produced by Mike Schwab, on YouTube. Search "Mike T Schwab".



SATURDAY 1/18


12:00 AM

Poetry Platform A Night of Poetry at the CUSH! August 6th, 2019 Part #3. Produced by Leo Rivers. (30 min). http://www.oregonpoeticvoices.org/poet/366/

12:30 AM

No Shame: After Shark There's another part of the No Shame Eugene experience. Selected post–shark pieces from the monthly shows. Potentially offensive and unsuitable for children. <mailto:noshameeugene@gmail.com>noshameeugene@gmail.com.

1:00 AM

Grounds for Separation Part 1 and 2 This program includes a show and its sequel. In the first show, some Eugene residents become upset when they find out that their new housemate doesn't like coffee. In the holiday-themed sequel, these residents become desperate for money, so they accept undesirable jobs. Produced by Mike Schwab. (29 min.) You can find these shows, along with other shows produced by Mike Schwab, on YouTube. Search "Mike T Schwab".

1:30 AM

Marc Time: Sunday Morning Hangover Radio Show "Memorial Day Anti -War Hangover Part 1" .Why we celebrate , songs about war and peace, and reflections on the USA's obsession with War.Produced by Marc Time Originally aired on KWVA-FM 5/29/ 2016 http://sundaymorninghangover.blogspot.com/2016/05/memorial-day-anti-war-hangover.html

2:00 AM

Movies From the Madhouse Join your hosts Mistress Dandeli and Master Seth as we check into the "Asylum", 1972's horror anthology classick starring Peter Cushing and the Eckland! Produced by Madhouse Productions. Go to https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCiw0j0cUMToWFUfIpi-5p7w for more madness! (115 min.)

4:00 AM

Poetry Platform A Night of Poetry at the CUSH! August 6th, 2019 Part #3. Produced by Leo Rivers. (30 min). http://www.oregonpoeticvoices.org/poet/366/

4:30 AM

No Shame: After Shark There's another part of the No Shame Eugene experience. Selected post–shark pieces from the monthly shows. Potentially offensive and unsuitable for children. <mailto:noshameeugene@gmail.com>noshameeugene@gmail.com.

5:00 AM

Marc Time: Sunday Morning Hangover Radio Show "Memorial Day Anti -War Hangover Part 1" .Why we celebrate , songs about war and peace, and reflections on the USA's obsession with War.Produced by Marc Time Originally aired on KWVA-FM 5/29/ 2016 http://sundaymorninghangover.blogspot.com/2016/05/memorial-day-anti-war-hangover.html

5:30 AM

Grounds for Separation Part 1 and 2 This program includes a show and its sequel. In the first show, some Eugene residents become upset when they find out that their new housemate doesn't like coffee. In the holiday-themed sequel, these residents become desperate for money, so they accept undesirable jobs. Produced by Mike Schwab. (29 min.) You can find these shows, along with other shows produced by Mike Schwab, on YouTube. Search "Mike T Schwab".

6:00 AM

Hiking With Barbara "Travels on Trails in the Pacific Northwest" Brice Creek, McKenzie River,Tamolitch Valley Pool Oregon. ..A video chronicle of travels in Oregon, Washington, and the Pacific Northwest. Produced by Marc Time. (29 min.) iking With Barbara - Travels on Trails in the Pacific Northwest, Ep. 4 [203-3-004] South Sister Climber Trail, Crescent Mountain Linn County Oregon. A video chronicle of travels in Oregon, Washington, and the Pacific Northwest. Produced by Marc Time. (29 min.)

6:30 AM

Nourish: Food for Life "Spring Vegetable Golden Coconut Curry served over Polenta." Today’s program features Spring Vegetable Golden Coconut Curry served over Polenta. Creative Chef Shanna Hutton is inspired to enhance community wellness through whole foods cookery. She explains the health benefits of using natural fats and sugars, and fresh herbs. While presenting her crafted recipes, Shanna names the medicinal properties of each specific ingredient. Please join us for our next cooking demonstration at Natural Grocers. Monthly classes are listed at oregoncancerfoundation.com, and more recipes at nourishfoodforlife.com. Produced by John Duran. (26 min.)

7:00 AM

Cottage Grove TV 7:00 Preview of Video Maps, Ghost Towns, Etc. (:30) Holt; 7:01 Be Still My Soul (41:37) Music and Nature (Edgemont); 7:43 New Horizons (16:55) Old Railroad Film; 7:59 Ghost Towns of the West Preview (:32); 8:00 Rhododendron Parade in Florence 2010 (57:03); 8:59 Waterfalls Close (1:00) Edgemont. Produced by Dan Holt (120 Min.) On YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/user/danholtvideo

9:00 AM

Gardening & Beyond Host Leigh Rieder talks with local Master Gardeners. Produced by Joe Tyndall. (59 min.)

10:00 AM

UO Today Guest: Provost Patrick Phillips discusses his role as the chief academic officer of the University of Oregon. He is working on filling some academic leadership vacancies as well as working to hire and retain faculty from diverse backgrounds. Phillips also talks about his work as an award-winning evolutionary biologist and the development of the SCORE (Students of Color Opportunities in Research Enrichment) program. Produced by Peg Gearhart. (30 min.) Watch episodes online at http://media.uoregon.edu/channel/archives/category/uo-today

10:30 AM

Practical Yoga For Everyday People Guest: Sandy Watson with Host Verna Reidy. Today’s Practice: Yoga & Aging, Sun Salutation, Seated Forward Bend, Bridge Pose. Produced by Verna Reidy. (25 min.)

11:00 AM

Nourish: Food for Life "Grilled Peach, Black Rice and Arugula Salad, and Ginger’s Peach and Coconut Freeze." Creative Chef Shanna Hutton is inspired to enhance community wellness through whole foods cookery. She explains the health benefits of using natural fats and sugars, and fresh herbs. While presenting her crafted recipes, Shanna names the medicinal properties of each specific ingredient. Please join us for our next cooking demonstration at Natural Grocers. Monthly classes are listed at oregoncancerfoundation.com, and more recipes at nourishfoodforlife.com. Produced by John Duran. (30 min.)

11:30 AM

De-Naming Dunn Hall Based On Fraudulent Scholarship "The David Igl Show" Produced by David Igl. (30 min.)

12:00 PM

Addressing Asset Poverty: From Owing to Owning According to new research by Oregon State University, a majority of Americans live in "asset poverty," meaning they have few or no assets to rely on in the event of a financial crisis such as job loss or a medical emergency. Lacking assets like vehicles, homes, savings accounts, or investments, families are often unable to cope with crises without sacrificing basic needs like food, clothing and shelter. Additionally, a growing body of research suggests that parents’ asset levels also predict their children’s educational expectations and academic achievement, including their likelihood of enrolling in and graduating from college than 30% of Oregonians experience asset poverty—one of the highest reported rates in the country—and the state has an exceptionally high rate of homelessness. In Oregon, poverty is a key defining issue separating the have-nots from the haves, or put another way, those who increasingly owe from those who increasingly own. Despite the gains since the Great Recession, the economic forecast is disheartening for Millennials with high debt loads and low earning potential, as well as for children who grow up in single-parent households. In a political environment that focuses more often on "income inequality" than on "wealth inequality" as a key determinant of economic well-being, are we, the American public, ignorant of the real underlying issue that prevents people from achieving the "American Dream"? If policy prescriptions aimed at reducing poverty narrowly frame the issue in terms of income, do our elected leaders underutilize opportunities to ameliorate poverty through asset accumulation that could lead to greater self-sufficiency? Rothwell will define and discuss asset poverty as a key indicator for understanding American economic vitality. Afterwards, he will participate in a panel discussion with John Haines and Sven Gatchev. They administer Mercy Corps’ Community Investment Trust initiative, which provides a low-barrier investment opportunity for working class Americans to invest in commercial real estate. Rothwell is Assistant Professor of Public Health and Human Sciences at Oregon State University. He earned an MSW from Tulane University and a PhD in Social Welfare from the University of Hawaii at Manoa. His research interests include poverty, families, and social policy. He has published on topics that include financial education and child asset poverty. John Haines is the Executive Director of the Community Investment Trust with Mercy Corps Global Innovations Team. Before joining Mercy Corps as Executive Director of their local economic development affiliate, Mercy Corps Northwest, he was vice president of ShoreBank Pacific, a start-up sustainable development bank based in Portland, Oregon. Gatchev is the Operations Manager for the Community Investment Trust. He earned an MBA from the UO Lundquist College of Business, where he was a Technology Entrepreneurship Fellow. Produced by Leo Rivers. (59min) At the December 13, 2019 City Club of Eugene. About The City Club: http://www.cityclubofeugene.org/ Past Weekly Presentations On YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?

1:00 PM

Answers To Addiction - Addiction treatment Jesus Christ’s Way. Produced by Ray Gruener. (30 min)

1:30 PM

That Veterans Show Interviews with vets and veterans assistance groups. Produced by Judi Greig. (30 min.)

2:00 PM

Fell The Tallest Tree: Judgement of Paul Robeson - Eugene playwright Hershell Norwood’s latest work is read by actors at Tsunami books. Produced by Larry Dobberstein. (120 min.)

4:00 PM

Neal Miller Interview- Retired Hollywood Director Neal Miller, now living in Eugene, is interviewed. He and Tom Blank formed The Shaggy Dog Project to help train local filmmakers in writing and producing short films. Produced by Wes Weathers (28 min)

4:30 PM

Pro*Star Acting for the Camera In this inside look at a Professional acting class you will discover how actors use their body, voice, mind and emotions to create characters. Acting is a process and Linda's (30 years as a professional actress) purpose is to invite you in to the inner workings of the Craft. Produced by Larry Dobbberstein & Linda Burden-Williams (30 min.) http://www.infocusacting.com

5:00 PM

Hiking With Barbara "Amsterdam Bike Ride, Part 1". Netherlands Bike and Barge Trip, a tour on boat, bike and for not in the Netherlands May 2019. A video chronicle of Travels on Trails in the Pacific Northwest. A video chronicle of travels in Oregon, Washington, and the Pacific Northwest. Produced by Marc Time. (29 min.)

5:30 PM

ENN Covers Cinco De Mayo In this Eugene News Network episode, we celebrate Cinco De Mayo. We had a fun time partying and playing games. We also learned quite a bit about the interesting history of the holiday. Produced by Mike Schwab (21 mins.). You can also find this episode, as well as other shows by produced by Mike, on his YouTube Channel. Search Mike T Schwab.

6:00 PM

Gospel Music: Community Beyond Differences "Part 1 of 6" Six part series of the historical, cultural, and spiritual place gospel music has in African American communities. Beginning with songs and history that predate what is now called gospel music, this series starts with the arrival of enslaved Africans in the hull of slave ships. Each set of programs follow enslaved Africans and their offspring as they continue to fight for equality. There are three main themes: Free Yourself. Free Your Brothers & Sisters. Free Humanity. This series is relevant to anyone, African American or not, religious or not, who is looking for inspiration, information, and entertainment in one show. This is also where you will find is a wonderful program to watch with your entire family. Produced by Elandus Lake, Lake Enterprise (29 min.)

6:30 PM

Gospel Music: Community Beyond Differences "Part 2 of 6" Six part series of the historical, cultural, and spiritual place gospel music has in African American communities. Beginning with songs and history that predate what is now called gospel music, this series starts with the arrival of enslaved Africans in the hull of slave ships. Each set of programs follow enslaved Africans and their offspring as they continue to fight for equality. There are three main themes: Free Yourself. Free Your Brothers & Sisters. Free Humanity. This series is relevant to anyone, African American or not, religious or not, who is looking for inspiration, information, and entertainment in one show. This is also where you will find is a wonderful program to watch with your entire family. Produced by Elandus Lake, Lake Enterprise (29 min.)

7:00 PM

Gospel Music: Community Beyond Differences "Part 3 of 6" "Kenny Reed Memorial Service. Recorded live at the Jazz Station." Six part series of the historical, cultural, and spiritual place gospel music has in African American communities. Beginning with songs and history that predate what is now called gospel music, this series starts with the arrival of enslaved Africans in the hull of slave ships. Each set of programs follow enslaved Africans and their offspring as they continue to fight for equality. There are three main themes: Free Yourself. Free Your Brothers & Sisters. Free Humanity. This series is relevant to anyone, African American or not, religious or not, who is looking for inspiration, information, and entertainment in one show. This is also where you will find is a wonderful program to watch with your entire family. Produced by Elandus Lake, Lake Enterprise (29 min.)

7:30 PM

The Women - An all-women cast from Eugene’s Roving Park Players perform this 1936 Broadway hit written by Clare Booth Luce. March 2016 performance video produced by Larry Dobberstein. (150 min.)

10:00 PM

Movies From the Madhouse Join your hosts Mistress Dandeli and Master Seth as we check into the "Asylum", 1972's horror anthology classick starring Peter Cushing and the Eckland! Produced by Madhouse Productions. Go to https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCiw0j0cUMToWFUfIpi-5p7w for more madness! (115 min.)



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