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HCTV Program Schedule: April 28- May 4, 2014

Published: April 27, 2014 12:00 AM

Program Schedule: April 28- May 4

Kabir Bhatia, 89.7 WKSU reporter (also host of HCTV's "Up Late" program), celebrated the revival of the vinyl record industry in his "Vinyl Night" at the Hudson Library.Bhatia traced the history of vinyl records and the best locations to find & sell classic vinyl recordings in his entertaining presentation.

Hudson Heritage Association and the City of Hudson are continuing partnership to make available the Heritage Home Program to Hudson residents who own homes that are 50 years old and older. This week on HCTV, the HHP is explained by representatives of the Cleveland Restoration Society and the City of Hudson.

Louis Comfort Tiffany, known for creating beautiful lamps, spent his entire life "in pursuit of beauty."Art historianFelicia Stadelman presents the life of Tiffany, including his jewelry, oil painting and famously beautiful stained glass that he produced over his lifetime of artistic accomplishments.

Music from the Buckeye State presents the Kent State Brass Quintet in a program of music featuring the works of Morley Calvent, JS Bach, Anthony DiLorenzo, Michael East, Andre Previn and Lew Pollack. The concert was recorded live in March of 2014. The show is produced by Brian Suntken.

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The final episode of the weekly series "Memory Matters for ALL Ages" with Kathyrn Kilpatrick and Genel Nichols talks about understanding the changes involved with Alzheimer's disease and dementia. Knowing some appropriate strategies and working with connections can bring better quality of life for all involved.

The Hudson Rotary Club presents John Trunk of the Summit County Developmentally Disabled Board speaking about their services and inclusion.

The City Club of Cleveland presents Jonathan Jarvis, Director of The National Park Service.

HCTV is streamed live through http://hctv.pegstream.com.

HCTV Channel 15 "Video on Demand" is at http://hctv.pegcentral.com.

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Copies of HCTV-produced programs are available by calling HCTV: 330-653-2500.

Monday, April 28

10 a.m. Buckeye Music

11 a.m. Memory Matters

11:30 a.m. Dean Eschliman

Noon Rotary: Summit DD

1 p.m. HCF: Resiliency

2 p.m. Valerie Strong

3 p.m. City Club: Jarvis

4 p.m. Steve LaTourette

5:30 p.m. Gardening with Nature

6 p.m. Rotary: Summit DD

7 p.m. Buckeye Music

8 p.m. DAR Awards

9 p.m. Heritage Home Program

10 p.m. Vinyl Night with Kabir

11 p.m. Here, There & Everywhere

Tuesday, April 29

7 a.m. Steve LaTourette

8:30 a.m. Memory Matters

9 a.m. Here, There & Everywhere

10 a.m. City Club: Jarvis

11 a.m. Dean Eschliman

11:30 a.m. Gardening with Nature

Noon DAR Awards

1 p.m. Vinyl Night with Kabir

2 p.m. Heritage Home Program

3 p.m. COC Awards Breakfast

4:30 p.m. HHA: Millionaires' Row

6:30 p.m. Dean Eschliman

7 p.m. HCF: Resiliency

8 p.m. Louis Tiffany

9:30 p.m. UGC: UNO

10 p.m. Buckeye Music

11 p.m. City Club: Jarvis

Wednesday, April 30

7 a.m. DAR Awards

8 a.m. Buckeye Music

9 a.m. Heritage Home Program

10 a.m. Valerie Strong

11 a.m. WRA: Capt. Morin

Noon HHA: Millionaires' Row

1:30 p.m. Memory Matters

2 p.m. Polka Time

3 p.m. Dean Eschliman

3:30 p.m. HCF: Resiliency

4:30 p.m. Gardening with Nature

5 p.m. WRA: Cancer Vaccine

6 p.m. Buckeye Music

7 p.m. Vinyl Night with Kabir

8 p.m. UGC: UNO

8:30 p.m. Steve


10 p.m. Rotary: Summit DD

11 p.m. Daughter of the Ghoul

Thursday, May 1

7 a.m. Vinyl Night

8 a.m. City Club: Jarvis

9 a.m. Here, There & Everywhere

10 a.m. Gardening with Nature

10:30 a.m. Louis Tiffany

Noon Buckeye Music

1 p.m. HHA: Millionaires' Row

2:30 p.m. Valerie Strong

3:30 p.m. DAR Awards

4:30 p.m. UGC: UNO

5 p.m. Heritage Home Program

6 p.m. Gardening with Nature

6:30 p.m. COC Awards Breakfast

8 p.m. Memory Matters

8:30 p.m. Dean Eschliman

9 p.m. HCF: Resiliency

10 p.m. UGC: UNO

10:30 p.m. Millionaires' Row

Friday, May 2

7 a.m. Heritage Home Program

8 a.m. Valerie Strong

9 a.m. Polka Time

10 a.m. COC Awards Breakfast

11:30 a.m. Memory Matters

Noon Rotary: Summit DD

1 p.m. WRA: Cancer Vaccine

2 p.m. Gardening with Nature

2:30 p.m. HHA: Millionaires' Row

4 p.m. Here, There & Everywhere

5 p.m. Dean Eschliman

5:30 p.m. City Club: Jarvis

6:30 p.m. Steve LaTourette

8 p.m. Buckeye Music

9 p.m. Vinyl Night with Kabir

10 p.m. The 1/2 Hour Show

10:30 p.m. UGC: UNO

11 p.m. Daughter of The Ghoul

Saturday, May 3

7 a.m. Memory Matters

7:30 a.m. HHA: Millionaires' Row

9 a.m. DAR Awards

10 a.m. WRA: Capt. Morin

11 a.m. Buckeye Music

Noon HCF: Resiliency

1 p.m. Dean Eschliman

1:30 p.m. Gardening with Nature

2 p.m. Valerie Strong

3 p.m. Steve LaTourette

4:30 p.m. Memory Matters

5 p.m. COC Awards Breakfast

6:30 p.m. Gardening with Nature

7 p.m. UGC: UNO

7:30 p.m. Vinyl Night with Kabir

8:30 p.m. Louis Tiffany

10 p.m. The 1/2 Hour Show

10:30 p.m. Really Bad Movie

Sunday, May 4

7 a.m. Buckeye Music

8 a.m. Here, There & Everywhere

9 a.m. Valerie Strong

10:30 a.m. WRA: Capt. Morin

11:30 a.m. FCC: 11:59

Noon First Congregational

1 p.m. Gloria Dei Lutheran

2:30 p.m. Gardening with Nature

3 p.m. Heritage Home Program

4 p.m. WRA: Capt. Morin

5 p.m. HCF: Resiliency

6 p.m. Rotary: Summit DD

7 p.m. Polka Time

8 p.m. Buckeye Music

9 p.m. Heritage Home Program

10 p.m. The 1/2 Hour Show

10:30 p.m. Steve LaTourette

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