Channel 17 Schedule

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Schedule for Sunday August 18 2019

Start Time Title Length
1:00 AMWilliston Development Review Board Aug 13, 20192 hr 7 min
3:10 AMWhat's Going On?: Current Chaos in Venezuela and the US Aug 9, 201944 min
4:00 AMGMALL Lectures – Objectivity in the Fake News Era Aug 2, 20191 hr 17 min
5:20 AMCCV Student Interviews - Housing Cost in Vermont Jul 2, 20198 min
5:30 AMVCWA Speaker Series - Nuclear Negotiations with Ira Helfand Aug 8, 20191 hr 10 min
7:00 AMWilliston Development Review Board Aug 13, 20192 hr 7 min
9:10 AMWhat's Going On?: Current Chaos in Venezuela and the US Aug 9, 201944 min
10:00 AMGMALL Lectures – Objectivity in the Fake News Era Aug 2, 20191 hr 17 min
11:20 AMCCV Student Interviews - Housing Cost in Vermont Jul 2, 20198 min
11:30 AMVCWA Speaker Series - Nuclear Negotiations with Ira Helfand Aug 8, 20191 hr 10 min
1:00 PMBurlington Wards 1 and 8 NPA Meeting Aug 14, 20192 hr 1 min
3:00 PMLegislative Close-Up 2019: South Burlington - With Ann Pugh and Tim Ashe Jul 8, 201946 min
4:00 PMArtful Word: Burlington City Arts Unique Multiples Jun 21, 201939 min
4:40 PMA Visit With: Interview With Dana Kaplan of Outright Vermont Jun 19, 201914 min
5:00 PMService Rendered: Arts So Wonderful Part 2 - What's Good In The Neighborhood Aug 5, 201936 min
6:00 PMArtful Word: Abenaki Heritage Festival Lake Champlain Maritime Museum Jun 23, 20191 hr 45 min
8:00 PMGreen Mountain Care Board: Rate Review Hearing - MVP Pt. 1 Jul 22, 20193 hr 3 min
11:10 PMThe Lost Boys Story Jul 24, 201943 min
12:00 AMHunger Mountain Coop Workshop - Self-Care Practices for Rejuvenation Jul 18, 201928 min

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