UCTV Schedule & Live Stream

Wednesday June 16, 2021

Now Playing (6:00 AM - 7:00 AM):
Borders: El Norte
Colin Gunckel and Mirasol Enríquez discuss the impact and importance of the 1983 epic film El Norte, directed by Gregory Nava. In conversation with moderator Ross Melnick, Gunckel and Enríquez reflect on the production and reception of the film in the context of Chicanx filmmaking in the 80s. El Norte tells the story of a Guatemalan brother and sister who flee persecution and journey north along the length of Mexico, with a dream of finding a new home in the United States. Recorded on 04/08/2021.
Primetime Tonight (Pacific)
Schedule for 6/16/2021
12:00 AM Integrative Therapy to Manage Anxiety and Reduce Stress
1:30 AM Space: The Spinal Frontier
2:00 AM Care Beyond the Clinic: Community Support Programs - Innovations Shaping the Future of Parkinson's Disease Treatments
3:00 AM Research for Resilience on a Changing Planet - Drought in the West: Research and Scientific Tools for Coping with Climate Change
4:00 AM A Deep Conversation with Rita Colwell
5:30 AM CARTA: Altered States of the Human Mind: Implications for Anthropogeny: Kenneth Kidd - Alcohol Metabolism and Alcoholism
6:00 AM Borders: El Norte
7:00 AM Dash & Lily with Brad Silberling
8:00 AM Toy Story 4: Script to Screen
9:00 AM Oram, Schumann, Adams - La Jolla Symphony & Chorus
10:30 AM Rossini, Price, Bartók - La Jolla Symphony & Chorus
12:00 PM Care Beyond the Clinic: Community Support Programs - Innovations Shaping the Future of Parkinson's Disease Treatments
1:00 PM Creativity and COVID-19: A Public Health Perspective with Jesse Nodora - Creative Conversations
2:00 PM Research Ethics: Uncertainty, Reproducibility, and Truth in Science
4:00 PM Research for Resilience on a Changing Planet - Drought in the West: Research and Scientific Tools for Coping with Climate Change
5:00 PM How the Black Church Built Electoral Power
6:00 PM Building Beloved Community: ReConnecting Church and Community in the Midst of Radicalized Chaos - Traci Blackmon - Burke Lectureship on Religion & Society
7:00 PM Golda Meir Through a Feminist Lens
8:00 PM How the Black Church Built Electoral Power
9:00 PM Building Beloved Community: ReConnecting Church and Community in the Midst of Radicalized Chaos - Traci Blackmon - Burke Lectureship on Religion & Society
10:00 PM Golda Meir Through a Feminist Lens
11:00 PM Dash & Lily with Brad Silberling
 
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