Thursday, October 2, 2008

Documentaries you won't see broadcast on corporate TV

WORLDDOCS, a show "bringing the world to the people of the Washington area
through documentaries you won't see broadcast on corporate TV", airs in
Washington, DC on cable station DCTV (Comcast channel 95, RCN channel 10).

The episodes for October and their air dates/times are:

One Third of the Holocaust: The Process – was the holocaust as described possible?
10/09 - 6 PM; 10/11 - 11 AM; 10/16 - 2 PM; 10/18 - 7 PM; 10/23 - noon; 10/25 - 6 PM

Shocking and Awful – the cultural and societal destruction of Iraq
10/01 - 10 PM; 10/08 - 5 PM; 10/14 - 5:30 PM;

The Iron Wall – the history and present effect of Israel’s apartheid wall
10/04 - 6 PM; 10/09 - 1:30 PM; 10/11 - 4 PM; 10/16 - 11:30 AM; 10/18 - 5:30 PM; 10/23 - 3 PM; 10/25 - 11 AM

Civil Disobedience – prisoners of conscience confront the SOA, plus an AWOL soldier
10/05 - 1 PM; 10/08 - 9:30 PM; 10/12 - 5:00 PM; 10/14 - 7:30 PM; 10/22 - 5 PM; 10/26 - noon

David Ray Griffin on 9/11 (USA, 2006) – a theologian suffers doubts on the 9/11 story dogma
5/08 - 3:30 PM; 10/07 - 6 PM; 10/12 - noon; 10/15 - 10 PM; 10/19 - 1 PM; 10/26 - 4 PM

WORLDDOCS also airs in Fairfax County, Virginia over Fairfax Public Access
(cable channel 10) at the following times: Monday, 10:00 AM; Thursday, 1:00
AM; and Sunday, 8:30 PM. The episodes for October are:

10/6 - 10/12 : Speaking Out - female victims of the AIDS crisis in Mali speak out

10/13 - 10/19 : Life in Occupied Palestine - a Jewish American experiences the occupation first-hand

10/20 - 10/26 : Venezuela Bolivariana - the Venezuelan revolution up close and personal

10/27 - 11/2 : Peak Oil - is global oil production about to peak, or has it already?

**** SPONSOR WORLDDOCS: I'm looking for residents of Montgomery County and
Arlington to sponsor WORLDDOCS on Montgomery Community TV and Arlington
Independent Media. Being a sponsor doesn't mean much more than sending in a
renewal form every six months or so. I'll cover the membership fee and take
care of all the details. If interested, contact me, Ken Meyercord, at
kiask@comcast.net or (703) 481-5711. ****

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