Channel 17 Schedule

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Schedule for Monday August 26 2019

Start Time Title Length
1:00 AMSouth Burlington City Council Aug 19, 20192 hr 7 min
3:10 AMBurlington School District - Year in Review Aug 15, 201943 min
4:00 AMVermont Racial Justice Alliance: What Does Equality Look Like in Burlington? Jul 9, 20191 hr 31 min
5:30 AMGlimpses of Hope - Third Party Perspective: Interview with Warren Lyon Aug 19, 201927 min
6:00 AMJudge Ben: The Consequences of Drug Abuse on our Communities Aug 23, 201925 min
7:00 AMSouth Burlington City Council Aug 19, 20192 hr 7 min
9:10 AMBurlington School District - Year in Review Aug 15, 201943 min
10:00 AMVermont Racial Justice Alliance: What Does Equality Look Like in Burlington? Jul 9, 20191 hr 31 min
11:30 AMGlimpses of Hope - Third Party Perspective: Interview with Warren Lyon Aug 19, 201927 min
12:00 PMJudge Ben: The Consequences of Drug Abuse on our Communities Aug 23, 201925 min
1:00 PMLife Support Vermont: The New Direction of Winooski Aug 19, 201931 min
1:30 PMStump the Chumps: Former State Representative Tom Little Aug 15, 201927 min
2:00 PMVermont Affordable Housing Show: Current Issues Facing Mobile Home Parks and Their Residents Aug 7, 201930 min
3:00 PMOperation City on a Hill: American Traditionalism Gone Off the Rails Aug 13, 201929 min
3:30 PMTrue North Reports TV: Poor Reports for Vermont's Business Economy Aug 16, 201929 min
4:00 PMOn the Waterfront: The Boys and Girls Club of Burlington Aug 21, 201929 min
4:30 PMWhat's Up Williston: Green Mountain Transit Update Jul 29, 201933 min
7:00 PMRAD-TV Presents: Working Towards a Zero Waste Society: Chittenden County, Vermont and Beyond Aug 23, 201930 min
8:00 PMColchester Planning Commission Aug 20, 20191 hr 48 min
10:00 PMEthan Allen Homestead Enrichment Program: Northwestern Vermont in the War of 1812 Jul 21, 20191 hr 32 min
12:00 AMBurlington Democrats: Criminal Justice Reform Aug 14, 201929 min

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