12:00 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton- King St. W. in Westdale
12:30 AM
A scenic tour of the Lower City from West to East.
1:30 AM
Experience the sights and sounds of the Dunnville Bridge.
2:30 AM
A scenic tour of Haldimand County, from Caledonia through Cayuga to Dunnville.
3:30 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton- Gore Fountain 2020
4:30 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton- City Hall 2020
5:30 AM
Sights of a Red Footed Tortoise, at Little Ray's Nature Centre.
6:00 AM
We strive to be a Christ-centered church family building Christ-centred families. We want to lead people to grow as devoted followers of Christ who live out God’s purposes.
7:00 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton- Redhill Lookout at QEW
8:00 AM
We strive to be a Christ-centered church family building Christ-centred families. We want to lead people to grow as devoted followers of Christ who live out God’s purposes.
9:00 AM
Comedian Todd Barry talks about working on Sesame Street, Maggie Wagner shares what it's like working in the industry with her family, Sam Cook talks about interning at The David Letterman Show and Megan Cavanagh shows Frankie her own bobble head.
9:30 AM
Providing parents with timely information & easy to use tips to make life easier at home with their children. Focusing on the whole child to what affects learning.
10:00 AM
Brian Doucet, Associate Professor at University of Waterloo, chats with Terry Cooke about gentrification in Hamilton.
10:30 AM
This week focuses on Hamilton Fire Department. Chief Cunliffe shares fire safety tips for high rise buildings and we learn a bit about Box 43.
11:00 AM
COMMUNITY POLICING MATTERS. Host Richard Pinnock speaks with Halton Regional Police Chief Stephen Tanner about the the Black Lives Matter marches here in Halton, race relations in our region, and how community leaders can help keep halton the safest regio
11:30 AM
Discussion of federal, provincial, and municipal politics and issues as they pertain to Hamilton.
12:00 PM
Steven Sobot explores the card game Magic the Gathering, which has over 35 million players world wide.
12:30 PM
The O Show discusses municipal politics and issues in Hamilton. If it's local politics, it's on The O Show.
1:00 PM
In the Hall explores Hamilton personalities and topics within and beyond City Hall. Join Larry Di Ianni weekly to explore issues relevant to you.
1:30 PM
Marisa Mariella shares some of her favorite family recipes that are easy to make, and bring the whole family to the table.
2:00 PM
Conversations About Aging focuses on housing options for older adults, driving information, and financial security. This episode will focus on financial security, and thing to be aware of to avoid scams.
2:30 PM
On-site to highlight the struggles of the Himalayan Healing Salt Cave & Spa in Georgetown and talk about how businesses are changing to be flexible during Covid-19.
3:00 PM
We revisit the Hamilton Bulldogs vs. Oshawa Generals game from February 2nd 2020
4:45 PM
Documentary about the Locke Street cafe Donut Monster.
4:53 PM
Featuring More Than a Costume. Created by Mohawk College students.
5:00 PM
January is Crime Stoppers Month, recognizing white privilege in Hamilton.
5:30 PM
MPP Donna Skelly discusses local pandemic supports; Wesley Urban Ministries looks at a long winter ahead after a different kind of holiday season.
6:00 PM
Mayor Fred Eisenberger hosts the 2020 Order of Hamilton Award Recipients in a virtual setting.
7:10 PM
Short film about a1930s Private Inspector solving modern day crimes.
7:30 PM
This mini-documentary on the work and impact of Archie McQueen highlights his role working with HWDSB for over 50 years and how he has donated his salary back to the kids & schools.
8:00 PM
Emergency Department changes in response to COVID-19 as well as research in healthy aging are discussed by Hamilton Health Sciences physicians.
8:30 PM
Comedian Todd Barry talks about working on Sesame Street, Maggie Wagner shares what it's like working in the industry with her family, Sam Cook talks about interning at The David Letterman Show and Megan Cavanagh shows Frankie her own bobble head.
9:00 PM
REPEAT - Host Kirk Robinson gives automotive advice from basic maintainence to tips on buying/selling your car. (courtesy of YourTV).
10:00 PM
A tribute to Peter Appleyard, Part 2
11:00 PM
Meet McMaster and Hamilton Public Library's 2020-21 Writer-in-Residence, Janet Rogers. Janet helps aspiring writers in one-on-one chats.
11:30 PM
Kim demonstrates how to set up and use an email account.
12:00 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton- Dundurn Castle Garden
1:00 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton- Dofasco & Skyway Bridge
2:00 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton- Lift Bridge
3:00 AM
Sights of a Cuvier Dwarf Caiman and a Reticulated Python at Little Ray's Nature Centre.
3:30 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton- Harbour West Marina
4:30 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton- King St. W. in Westdale
5:00 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton - Dundurn Castle.
6:00 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton- City Hall.
7:00 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton - Mountain Brow.
8:00 AM
Our service includes singing, sermon and children's time.
9:00 AM
Family friendly service, with music and a teaching video for the kids.
10:00 AM
"Our purpose is to grow in loving God by walking in the Spirit, serving each other, and reaching out to our neighbours."
11:00 AM
Weekly service, including music and readings.
11:30 AM
We serve a Christian Community with music, readings, sermon and outreach activities.
12:00 PM
A Bible-believing multicultural church, where God is restoring potential & raising leaders of vision, integrity & power to reclaim & fulfill the purpose of God for humanity as intended at creation.
12:50 PM
Featuring Filmed in Hamilton. A look at the film industry in Hamilton. Created by Mohawk College students.
1:00 PM
We strive to be a Christ-centered church family building Christ-centred families. We want to lead people to grow as devoted followers of Christ who live out God’s purposes.
2:00 PM
Weekly service from Cathedral Basilica of Christ the King Parish in Hamilton.
2:30 PM
On this episode Brent fishes the waters of Port Dalhousie.
3:00 PM
Mayor Fred Eisenberger hosts the 2020 Order of Hamilton Award Recipients in a virtual setting.
4:08 PM
Short film about a1930s Private Inspector solving modern day crimes.
4:30 PM
This mini-documentary on the work and impact of Archie McQueen highlights his role working with HWDSB for over 50 years and how he has donated his salary back to the kids & schools.
5:00 PM
The Hamilton Chamber of Commerce shares details on their Women out of Work project and Mohawk Colleges Centre for Entrepreneurship highlights their Summit Speaker Series.
5:30 PM
Details on how to show your support for Soupfest 2021 and we learn about new ways to stay connected with Hamilton Heritage amid the lockdown.
6:00 PM
General Issues Committee Meeting provided by the City of Hamilton. Past council & committee meetings are available on-demand at hamilton.ca
10:40 PM
Short film about a1930s Private Inspector solving modern day crimes.
11:00 PM
Celebrating the best of Hamilton’s published authors. Winners announced in Poetry, Fiction, & Non-Fiction, along with the recipient of the Kerry Schooley Book Award.
12:00 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton- King St. W. in Westdale
12:30 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton - Albion Falls
1:30 AM
A scenic tour of the Lower City from West to East.
2:30 AM
Experience the sights and sounds of the Dunnville Bridge.
3:30 AM
A scenic tour of Haldimand County, from Caledonia through Cayuga to Dunnville.
4:30 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton- Gore Fountain 2020
5:30 AM
Sights of a Red Footed Tortoise, at Little Ray's Nature Centre.
6:00 AM
Our service includes singing, sermon and children's time.
7:00 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton- City Hall 2020
8:00 AM
Our service includes singing, sermon and children's time.
9:00 AM
Details on how to show your support for Soupfest 2021 and we learn about new ways to stay connected with Hamilton Heritage amid the lockdown.
9:30 AM
Conversations About Aging focuses on housing options for older adults, driving information, and financial security. This episode will focus on financial security, and thing to be aware of to avoid scams.
10:00 AM
Celebrating the best of Hamilton’s published authors. Winners announced in Poetry, Fiction, & Non-Fiction, along with the recipient of the Kerry Schooley Book Award.
11:00 AM
Providing parents with timely information & easy to use tips to make life easier at home with their children. Focusing on the whole child to what affects learning.
11:30 AM
We revisit the Hamilton Bulldogs vs. Oshawa Generals game from February 2nd 2020
1:12 PM
Documentary about one girl's struggle with an invisible disease.
1:30 PM
Strive for excellence, not perfection.
2:00 PM
Details on how to show your support for Soupfest 2021 and we learn about new ways to stay connected with Hamilton Heritage amid the lockdown.
2:30 PM
Amy Furyk hosts the best in local music from one of Hamilton's most historic venues. Hamilton-based trio McCurlie, Doidge & Wiles feature the music of Mike McCurlie.
3:00 PM
Live coverage of the City of Hamilton Media Briefing by Mayor Fred Eisenberger regarding the current status of the COVID-19 pandemic.
4:00 PM
Programming from Macassa Lodge’s Adult Day Program features exercises and trivia to care for your mind and body.
4:30 PM
On this episode Brent fishes the waters of Port Dalhousie.
5:00 PM
Support for local restaurants and youth continue with Soupfest 2021 and how to stay connected with local heritage properties during the pandemic lockdown.
5:30 PM
Support for local restaurants and youth continue with Soupfest 2021 and how to stay connected with local heritage properties during the pandemic lockdown.
6:00 PM
Brian Doucet, Associate Professor at University of Waterloo, chats with Terry Cooke about gentrification in Hamilton.
6:30 PM
This week focuses on Hamilton Fire Department. Chief Cunliffe shares fire safety tips for high rise buildings and we learn a bit about Box 43.
7:00 PM
In our 51st year on Cable 14 with a $5,000 prize board every week! Thanks to our players, Kiwanis has provided countless opportunities & support for Hamilton children & youth.
8:00 PM
Conversations About Aging focuses on housing options for older adults, driving information, and financial security. This week we focus on social participation and some of the programs avialble for seniors.
8:30 PM
Discussion of federal, provincial, and municipal politics and issues as they pertain to Hamilton.
9:00 PM
Support for local restaurants and youth continue with Soupfest 2021 and how to stay connected with local heritage properties during the pandemic lockdown.
9:30 PM
The Bald Beer Guy explores Hamilton's ever growing craft beer and brewery scene. On this episode, Scott visits with Collective Arts in Hamilton's north end.
10:00 PM
Burlington native & rising classical star Leslie Ashworth shares insights about her life & career, particularly with the challenges of making musical connections in Covid 19.
10:41 PM
Short film about a1930s Private Inspector solving modern day crimes.
11:00 PM
Live coverage of the City of Hamilton Media Briefing by Mayor Fred Eisenberger regarding the current status of the COVID-19 pandemic.
12:00 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton- Redhill Lookout at QEW
1:00 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton- King St. W. in Westdale
1:30 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton- Dundurn Castle Garden
2:30 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton- Dofasco & Skyway Bridge
3:30 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton- Lift Bridge
4:30 AM
Sights of a Cuvier Dwarf Caiman and a Reticulated Python at Little Ray's Nature Centre.
5:00 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton- Harbour West Marina
6:00 AM
Family friendly service, with music and a teaching video for the kids.
7:00 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton - Dundurn Castle.
8:00 AM
Family friendly service, with music and a teaching video for the kids.
9:00 AM
Support for local restaurants and youth continue with Soupfest 2021 and how to stay connected with local heritage properties during the pandemic lockdown.
9:30 AM
Brian Doucet, Associate Professor at University of Waterloo, chats with Terry Cooke about gentrification in Hamilton.
10:00 AM
Live coverage of the City of Hamilton Media Briefing by Mayor Fred Eisenberger regarding the current status of the COVID-19 pandemic.
11:00 AM
This week focuses on Hamilton Fire Department. Chief Cunliffe shares fire safety tips for high rise buildings and we learn a bit about Box 43.
11:30 AM
REPEAT - Host Kirk Robinson gives automotive advice from basic maintainence to tips on buying/selling your car. (courtesy of YourTV).
12:30 PM
Conversations About Aging focuses on housing options for older adults, driving information, and financial security. This week we focus on social participation and some of the programs avialble for seniors.
1:00 PM
Discussion of federal, provincial, and municipal politics and issues as they pertain to Hamilton.
1:30 PM
Stevan explores the world of vintage action toys, and checks in with Mancala Monk Board Game Cafe, to find out how they have shifted their business model during these times.
2:00 PM
Support for local restaurants and youth continue with Soupfest 2021 and how to stay connected with local heritage properties during the pandemic lockdown.
2:30 PM
The Bald Beer Guy explores Hamilton's ever growing craft beer and brewery scene. On this episode, Scott visits with Collective Arts in Hamilton's north end.
3:00 PM
Burlington native & rising classical star Leslie Ashworth shares insights about her life & career, particularly with the challenges of making musical connections in Covid 19.
3:41 PM
Short film about a1930s Private Inspector solving modern day crimes.
4:00 PM
Celebrating the best of Hamilton’s published authors. Winners announced in Poetry, Fiction, & Non-Fiction, along with the recipient of the Kerry Schooley Book Award.
5:00 PM
A look at how the City is planning for the next 30 years and an update from HWDSB Chair Dawn Danko.
5:30 PM
A look at how the City is planning for the next 30 years and an update from HWDSB Chair Dawn Danko.
6:00 PM
The O Show discusses municipal politics and issues in Hamilton. If it's local politics, it's on The O Show.
6:30 PM
In the Hall explores Hamilton personalities and topics within and beyond City Hall. Join Larry Di Ianni weekly to explore issues relevant to you.
7:00 PM
We take a look back on the last 15 games from the Hamilton Bulldogs 2019 - 2020 season.
9:00 PM
A look at how the City is planning for the next 30 years and an update from HWDSB Chair Dawn Danko.
9:30 PM
Marisa Mariella shares favourite weekend comfort food that is quick to prepare, but takes time in the oven.
10:00 PM
Comedian Todd Barry talks about working on Sesame Street, Maggie Wagner shares what it's like working in the industry with her family, Sam Cook talks about interning at The David Letterman Show and Megan Cavanagh shows Frankie her own bobble head.
10:30 PM
On-site to highlight the struggles of the Himalayan Healing Salt Cave & Spa in Georgetown and talk about how businesses are changing to be flexible during Covid-19.
11:00 PM
Celebrating the best of Hamilton’s published authors. Winners announced in Poetry, Fiction, & Non-Fiction, along with the recipient of the Kerry Schooley Book Award.
12:00 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton- City Hall.
1:00 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton - Mountain Brow.
2:00 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton - Albion Falls
3:00 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton - Tim Hortons Field
4:00 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton - Cootes Paradise
5:00 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton - Scenic Drive
6:00 AM
"Our purpose is to grow in loving God by walking in the Spirit, serving each other, and reaching out to our neighbours."
7:00 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton - Flamborough Farm
8:00 AM
"Our purpose is to grow in loving God by walking in the Spirit, serving each other, and reaching out to our neighbours."
9:00 AM
A look at how the City is planning for the next 30 years and an update from HWDSB Chair Dawn Danko.
9:30 AM
Video feed of the December 16 meeting provided by the City of Hamilton. Past council and committee meetings are available on-demand at www.hamilton.ca
12:30 PM
Stevan explores the world of vintage action toys, and checks in with Mancala Monk Board Game Cafe, to find out how they have shifted their business model during these times.
1:00 PM
Strive for excellence, not perfection.
1:30 PM
Brian Doucet, Associate Professor at University of Waterloo, chats with Terry Cooke about gentrification in Hamilton.
2:00 PM
Conversations About Aging focuses on housing options for older adults, driving information, and financial security. This week we focus on social participation and some of the programs avialble for seniors.
2:30 PM
The Bald Beer Guy explores Hamilton's ever growing craft beer and brewery scene. On this episode, Scott visits with Collective Arts in Hamilton's north end.
3:00 PM
The O Show discusses municipal politics and issues in Hamilton. If it's local politics, it's on The O Show.
3:30 PM
In the Hall explores Hamilton personalities and topics within and beyond City Hall. Join Larry Di Ianni weekly to explore issues relevant to you.
4:00 PM
The Flamborough Chamber of Commerce honours the very best in corporate excellence & community service each year.
5:00 PM
A look at how the City is planning for the next 30 years and an update from HWDSB Chair Dawn Danko.
5:30 PM
A look at how the City is planning for the next 30 years and an update from HWDSB Chair Dawn Danko.
6:00 PM
Programming from Macassa Lodge’s Adult Day Program features exercises and trivia to care for your mind and body.
6:30 PM
This mini-documentary on the work and impact of Archie McQueen highlights his role working with HWDSB for over 50 years and how he has donated his salary back to the kids & schools.
7:00 PM
Celebrating the best of Hamilton’s published authors. Winners announced in Poetry, Fiction, & Non-Fiction, along with the recipient of the Kerry Schooley Book Award.
8:00 PM
REPEAT - Host Kirk Robinson gives automotive advice from basic maintainence to tips on buying/selling your car. (courtesy of YourTV).
9:00 PM
Video feed of the December 16 meeting provided by the City of Hamilton. Past council and committee meetings are available on-demand at www.hamilton.ca
12:00 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton - Bayfront Park
1:00 AM
Sights of a Red Footed Tortoise, at Little Ray's Nature Centre.
1:30 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton - Gage Park
2:30 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton - Bayfront Park
3:30 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton - Smokey Hollow
4:30 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton - Sam Lawrence Park
5:30 AM
Sights of a Cuvier Dwarf Caiman and a Reticulated Python at Little Ray's Nature Centre.
6:00 AM
Weekly service, including music and readings.
6:30 AM
We serve a Christian Community with music, readings, sermon and outreach activities.
7:00 AM
Weekly service from Cathedral Basilica of Christ the King Parish in Hamilton.
7:30 AM
Weekly service from Cathedral Basilica of Christ the King Parish in Hamilton.
8:00 AM
Weekly service, including music and readings.
8:30 AM
We serve a Christian Community with music, readings, sermon and outreach activities.
9:00 AM
A look at how the City is planning for the next 30 years and an update from HWDSB Chair Dawn Danko.
9:30 AM
The O Show discusses municipal politics and issues in Hamilton. If it's local politics, it's on The O Show.
10:00 AM
The Flamborough Chamber of Commerce honours the very best in corporate excellence & community service each year.
11:00 AM
In the Hall explores Hamilton personalities and topics within and beyond City Hall. Join Larry Di Ianni weekly to explore issues relevant to you.
11:30 AM
We take a look back on the last 15 games from the Hamilton Bulldogs 2019 - 2020 season.
1:30 PM
Strive for excellence, not perfection.
2:00 PM
A look at how the City is planning for the next 30 years and an update from HWDSB Chair Dawn Danko.
2:30 PM
Marisa Mariella shares favourite weekend comfort food that is quick to prepare, but takes time in the oven.
3:00 PM
Comedian Todd Barry talks about working on Sesame Street, Maggie Wagner shares what it's like working in the industry with her family, Sam Cook talks about interning at The David Letterman Show and Megan Cavanagh shows Frankie her own bobble head.
3:30 PM
On-site to highlight the struggles of the Himalayan Healing Salt Cave & Spa in Georgetown and talk about how businesses are changing to be flexible during Covid-19.
4:00 PM
Programming from Macassa Lodge’s Adult Day Program features exercises and trivia to care for your mind and body.
4:30 PM
The Disability Channel curated content showcasing abilities.
5:00 PM
The Hamilton Network brings you the people, stories, and events shaping the Hamilton area through insightful interviews and information you can use.
5:30 PM
The Hamilton Network brings you the people, stories, and events shaping the Hamilton area through insightful interviews and information you can use.
6:00 PM
Dylan and Frankie zoom with actor Jimmy Palumbo about getting into the industry. Marco Perella shows off his Canadian knowledge and Thomas McTigue talks with Frankie about his YouTube videos.
6:30 PM
Discussion of federal, provincial, and municipal politics and issues as they pertain to Hamilton.
7:00 PM
How to paint like an artist! Lisa Braun provides viewers with a step-by-step lesson in painting a rainy day landscape.
8:00 PM
This week's focus is Hamilton Police Service. We go on a walk through of a residential CPTED audit.
8:30 PM
Child & Youth Mental Health – Presented by Lori Issenman and Dr. Paulo Pires.
9:00 PM
The Hamilton Network brings you the people, stories, and events shaping the Hamilton area through insightful interviews and information you can use.
9:30 PM
Donald Trump vs Joe Biden... Who has the better soft skills? Richard Pinnock interviews body language guru Mark Bowen and master hypnotist Asad Mecci.
10:00 PM
A tribute to Fred Astaire, part 1
11:00 PM
Programming from Macassa Lodge’s Adult Day Program features exercises and trivia to care for your mind and body.
11:30 PM
The Disability Channel curated content showcasing abilities.
12:00 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton - Rail Trail
1:00 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton - Aerial Hamilton
2:00 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton- King St. W. in Westdale
2:30 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton - Burlington Bay
3:30 AM
A scenic tour of the Lower City from West to East.
4:30 AM
Sights of a Red Footed Tortoise, at Little Ray's Nature Centre.
5:00 AM
Experience the sights and sounds of the Dunnville Bridge.
6:00 AM
A Bible-believing multicultural church, where God is restoring potential & raising leaders of vision, integrity & power to reclaim & fulfill the purpose of God for humanity as intended at creation.
7:00 AM
A scenic tour of Haldimand County, from Caledonia through Cayuga to Dunnville.
8:00 AM
A Bible-believing multicultural church, where God is restoring potential & raising leaders of vision, integrity & power to reclaim & fulfill the purpose of God for humanity as intended at creation.
9:00 AM
The Hamilton Network brings you the people, stories, and events shaping the Hamilton area through insightful interviews and information you can use.
9:30 AM
Dylan and Frankie zoom with actor Jimmy Palumbo about getting into the industry. Marco Perella shows off his Canadian knowledge and Thomas McTigue talks with Frankie about his YouTube videos.
10:00 AM
Programming from Macassa Lodge’s Adult Day Program features exercises and trivia to care for your mind and body.
10:30 AM
The Disability Channel curated content showcasing abilities.
11:00 AM
Discussion of federal, provincial, and municipal politics and issues as they pertain to Hamilton.
11:30 AM
How to paint like an artist! Lisa Braun provides viewers with a step-by-step lesson in painting a rainy day landscape.
12:30 PM
This week's focus is Hamilton Police Service. We go on a walk through of a residential CPTED audit.
1:00 PM
Child & Youth Mental Health – Presented by Lori Issenman and Dr. Paulo Pires.
1:30 PM
Stevan explores the world of vintage action toys, and checks in with Mancala Monk Board Game Cafe, to find out how they have shifted their business model during these times.
2:00 PM
The Hamilton Network brings you the people, stories, and events shaping the Hamilton area through insightful interviews and information you can use.
2:30 PM
Donald Trump vs Joe Biden... Who has the better soft skills? Richard Pinnock interviews body language guru Mark Bowen and master hypnotist Asad Mecci.
3:00 PM
A tribute to Fred Astaire, part 1
4:00 PM
Celebrating the best of Hamilton’s published authors. Winners announced in Poetry, Fiction, & Non-Fiction, along with the recipient of the Kerry Schooley Book Award.
5:00 PM
The Hamilton Network brings you the people, stories, and events shaping the Hamilton area through insightful interviews and information you can use.
5:30 PM
The Hamilton Network brings you the people, stories, and events shaping the Hamilton area through insightful interviews and information you can use.
6:00 PM
Conversations About Aging focuses on housing options for older adults, driving information, and financial security. This week we focus on social participation and some of the programs avialble for seniors.
6:30 PM
Providing parents with timely information & easy to use tips to make life easier at home with their children. Focusing on the whole child to what affects learning.
7:00 PM
We take a look back on the last 15 games from the Hamilton Bulldogs 2019 - 2020 season.
9:00 PM
The Hamilton Network brings you the people, stories, and events shaping the Hamilton area through insightful interviews and information you can use.
9:30 PM
Amy Furyk hosts the best in local music from one of the most historic venues in the City of Hamilton. Tonight, Hamilton-based soloist Robin Benedict performs.
10:00 PM
The O Show discusses municipal politics and issues in Hamilton. If it's local politics, it's on The O Show.
10:30 PM
In the Hall explores Hamilton personalities and topics within and beyond City Hall. Join Larry Di Ianni weekly to explore issues relevant to you.
11:00 PM
Celebrating the best of Hamilton’s published authors. Winners announced in Poetry, Fiction, & Non-Fiction, along with the recipient of the Kerry Schooley Book Award.