Press Release: University of California Programming on Local Cable in Modesto (12/9/2004)
UCTV Available Every Night on Comcast Channel 96
LA JOLLA, CA, December 9, 2004--Modesto cable subscribers can now enjoy countless lifelong learning opportunities from the comfort of their living rooms with University of California Television (UCTV) on Access Modesto, Comcast Channel 96. Tune in every evening from 8:00PM to 11:00PM to enjoy interviews, lectures, documentaries, and performances from all the UC campuses and affiliated institutions, covering subjects such as health and medicine, science, public affairs, and the arts.
Viewers in the Central Valley will be particularly interested in the most recent installment of UCTV's magazine program State of Minds, which features a sneak preview of the new UC Merced campus and an interview with Chancellor Carol Tomlinson-Keasey, who is just months away from receiving her first undergraduate students. The program airs on Wednesday, December 29 at 9:30PM and is also available for viewing on-demand at www.uctv.tv.
Each night of the week, UCTV presents a new thematic line-up of programming, allowing viewers access to the wide range of knowledge generated on all the UC campuses across the state. UCTV's primetime (8:00PM-11:00PM) line-up follows, along with just a few examples of programs that await Modesto's cable subscribers.
Mondays: a href= http://www.uctv.tv/health/ >Health and Medicine
Aging in the New Millennium, Women's Health at Twelve, Cardiovascular Update
California Master Gardener Series, Atoms to X-Rays, Perspectives on Ocean Science
Wednesdays: Public Affairs
The Body Politic, The Media and the Iraq War, Nuclear Weapons and International Disorder
Thursdays: Variety of Programming
The Anne Frank We Remember, Innovation: Defining the Horizon, Near Death Experiences
Fridays: Literature & Humanities
Conversations with History, Lunch Poems, Judaism and Islam: A Conversation
Saturdays: Arts and Music
Verdi's Requiem, Much Ado About Nothing, OperaTalk
Sundays Best of the Week