12:00 AM
Panel discussion on Provincial and Federal politics as pertain to Hamilton including a discussion on Stopping Asylum Shoppers.
12:30 AM
Step-by-step instructional yoga exercises.
1:00 AM
Sergeant Paul Corrigan and Chief Eric Girt sit down with Mike Fortune to talk about hate crimes, and let you know what HPS is doing about it.
1:30 AM
On this weeks show: Budget winners and losers. Could teachers go on strike? and Does Blue Alberta spell Trudeau trouble?
2:00 AM
A look at student and artists entrepreneurs in Hamilton.
2:30 AM
Clare talks with guests about compassionate communities.
3:00 AM
Episode 9 of the Birchway Sound Mini-Concert Series features musicians Kim and Frank Koren.
4:00 AM
Find out how you can help clean up the escarpment
4:08 AM
Learn how to make a felt banner and interchangeable letters to decorate your next party.
4:14 AM
Find out how you can take part in the Force FC's Inaugrual Soccer Game.
4:24 AM
Home and garden tips
4:34 AM
Find out about the Caledonia Community Easter Egg Hunt
4:42 AM
Tips for parents
4:51 AM
Find out how you can buy some great crafts and support the Ancaster Lions
5:00 AM
Larry Di Ianni talks one-on-one with Marvin Karon, Executive Director of the Shakepearience Performing Arts Company, about engaging students and developing greater appreciation for the language of Shakespeare.
5:30 AM
On this weeks show: Budget winners and losers. Could teachers go on strike? and Does Blue Alberta spell Trudeau trouble?
6:00 AM
Step-by-step instructional yoga exercises.
6:30 AM
Linda Marshall discusses women in business with a panel of local experts.
7:00 AM
Find out how you can help clean up the escarpment
7:08 AM
Learn how to make a felt banner and interchangeable letters to decorate your next party.
7:14 AM
Find out how you can take part in the Force FC's Inaugrual Soccer Game.
7:23 AM
Home and garden tips
7:34 AM
Find out about the Caledonia Community Easter Egg Hunt
7:43 AM
Tips for parents
7:51 AM
Find out how you can buy some great crafts and support the Ancaster Lions
8:00 AM
A discussion on news and issues that affect our community.
9:00 AM
Clare talks with guests about compassionate communities.
9:30 AM
Detective Sergeant Andrea Torrie and Chief Eric Girt sit down and discuss ATM thefts.
10:00 AM
Dan Megna visits Paper Crane Sushi, My Sweet Sweet World and Dinger's Taps & Grill in Hagersville.
10:30 AM
On this weeks show: Budget winners and losers. Could teachers go on strike? and Does Blue Alberta spell Trudeau trouble?
11:00 AM
Home and garden tips
11:09 AM
Tips for parents
11:17 AM
Find out how you can help the Hamilton Burlington SPCA
11:25 AM
Learn how to make a felt banner and interchangeable letters to decorate your next party.
11:31 AM
Greg Lenko visits Big B Comics to learn about their Free Comic Book Day and more about Cable 14's Open House, both events coming up on Saturday, May 4th.
11:39 AM
Hosted by Paula Stableford
12:00 PM
In remembrance of the 75th Anniversary of D-Day. (Taped March 31, 2019 at St. Andrew's United Church)
1:30 PM
Step-by-step instructional yoga exercises.
2:00 PM
On this weeks show: Budget winners and losers. Could teachers go on strike? and Does Blue Alberta spell Trudeau trouble?
2:30 PM
Detective Sergeant Andrea Torrie and Chief Eric Girt sit down and discuss ATM thefts.
3:00 PM
Home and garden tips
3:10 PM
Tips for parents
3:18 PM
Find out how you can help the Hamilton Burlington SPCA
3:27 PM
Learn how to make a felt banner and interchangeable letters to decorate your next party.
3:33 PM
Greg Lenko visits Big B Comics to learn about their Free Comic Book Day and more about Cable 14's Open House, both events coming up on Saturday, May 4th.
3:43 PM
Hosted by Paula Stableford
4:00 PM
A discussion on news and issues that affect our community.
5:00 PM
Terry Cooke speaks with Lou Serafini Jr. President and CEO of Fengate Asset Management about his family and how they give back to the community.
5:30 PM
On this weeks show: Budget winners and losers. Could teachers go on strike? and Does Blue Alberta spell Trudeau trouble?
6:00 PM
A discussion on news and issues that affect our community.
7:00 PM
In remembrance of the 75th Anniversary of D-Day. (Taped March 31, 2019 at St. Andrew's United Church)
8:30 PM
Step-by-step instructional yoga exercises.
9:00 PM
A look at student and artists entrepreneurs in Hamilton.
9:30 PM
Celeste Licorish talks to Chad Pilon about his life, his experiences in adaptive sports and how being a teacher with a difference of ability has affected his students and his outlook on life.
10:00 PM
A discussion on news and issues that affect our community.
11:00 PM
In remembrance of the 75th Anniversary of D-Day. (Taped March 31, 2019 at St. Andrew's United Church)
12:30 AM
Laura Babcock and Dean Collett discuss local issues including Red Hill and bike lanes.
1:00 AM
Clare talks with guests about compassionate communities.
1:30 AM
Linda discusses the drive-by life phenomena with guests.
2:00 AM
A trip to the dump causes problems for AJ and Amar.
2:30 AM
Bloopers and outtakes from the making of Season 1 & 2 of ''The Cadillac Bill Show". Viewer discretion is advised.
3:00 AM
Episode 9 of the Birchway Sound Mini-Concert Series features musicians Kim and Frank Koren.
4:00 AM
Find out how you can help clean up the escarpment
4:08 AM
Learn how to make a felt banner and interchangeable letters to decorate your next party.
4:15 AM
Find out how you can take part in the Force FC's Inaugrual Soccer Game.
4:24 AM
Home and garden tips
4:33 AM
Find out about the Caledonia Community Easter Egg Hunt
4:42 AM
Tips for parents
4:51 AM
Find out how you can buy some great crafts and support the Ancaster Lions
5:00 AM
Detective Sergeant Andrea Torrie and Chief Eric Girt sit down and discuss ATM thefts.
5:30 AM
Laura Babcock and Dean Collett discuss local issues including Red Hill and bike lanes.
6:00 AM
Step-by-step instructional yoga exercises.
6:30 AM
Linda discusses how to foster a mentally healthy workplace.
7:00 AM
Find out how you can help clean up the escarpment
7:10 AM
Learn how to make a felt banner and interchangeable letters to decorate your next party.
7:18 AM
Find out how you can take part in the Force FC's Inaugrual Soccer Game.
7:26 AM
Home and garden tips
7:35 AM
Find out about the Caledonia Community Easter Egg Hunt
7:43 AM
Tips for parents
7:51 AM
Find out how you can buy some great crafts and support the Ancaster Lions
8:00 AM
A discussion on news and issues that affect our community.
9:00 AM
Laura Babcock and Dean Collett discuss local issues including Red Hill and bike lanes.
9:30 AM
Bob Assadourian shows you how to finish installing drywall in your home.
10:00 AM
On this weeks show: Budget winners and losers. Could teachers go on strike? and Does Blue Alberta spell Trudeau trouble?
10:30 AM
The affect gender-based violence has on children and families.
11:00 AM
Home and garden tips
11:08 AM
Tips for parents
11:15 AM
Find out how you can help the Hamilton Burlington SPCA
11:22 AM
Learn how to make a felt banner and interchangeable letters to decorate your next party.
11:27 AM
Greg Lenko visits Big B Comics to learn about their Free Comic Book Day and more about Cable 14's Open House, both events coming up on Saturday, May 4th.
11:35 AM
Hosted by Paula Stableford
11:50 AM
Find out how you can try some chili and help mesmbers of your community.
12:00 PM
Head table lineup including Randy White, Mike Palmateer, Laurence Applebaum, Pat Borders, Nikki Reyes and many others. Coverage produced by Mohawk College television students.
1:46 PM
Host Shannon McKinnon explores different career paths. This episode looks at Veterinary Technicians and the training involved.
2:00 PM
Laura Babcock and Dean Collett discuss local issues including Red Hill and bike lanes.
2:30 PM
On this weeks show: Budget winners and losers. Could teachers go on strike? and Does Blue Alberta spell Trudeau trouble?
3:00 PM
Home and garden tips
3:08 PM
Tips for parents
3:15 PM
Find out how you can help the Hamilton Burlington SPCA
3:22 PM
Learn how to make a felt banner and interchangeable letters to decorate your next party.
3:27 PM
Greg Lenko visits Big B Comics to learn about their Free Comic Book Day and more about Cable 14's Open House, both events coming up on Saturday, May 4th.
3:35 PM
Hosted by Paula Stableford
3:50 PM
Find out how you can try some chili and help mesmbers of your community.
4:00 PM
Laura Babcock moderates a panel of architects and planners to get their thoughts on designing sustainable cities.
5:13 PM
Paula meets a mother who moved to Canada so that she could provide a better life for her family.
5:30 PM
Step-by-step instructional yoga exercises.
6:00 PM
A discussion on news and issues that affect our community.
7:00 PM
Mayor Fred Eisenberger talks about important issues affecting the City of Hamilton including infrastructure, transit and the municipal budget.
8:00 PM
Honouring and celebrating the very best in corporate excellence (Recorded March 27, 2019 at Flamborough Hills Golf Club)
8:47 PM
A look at careers involving prosthetics and orthotics.
9:00 PM
Matty Simpson and Adam Ostrosser bring us more folk song tunes accompanied by Justine Fischer on stand up bass.
9:30 PM
Dan Megna visits Paper Crane Sushi, My Sweet Sweet World and Dinger's Taps & Grill in Hagersville.
10:00 PM
A discussion on news and issues that affect our community.
11:00 PM
Bloopers and outtakes from the making of Season 1 & 2 of ''The Cadillac Bill Show". Viewer discretion is advised.
11:30 PM
Hamilton radio host, Rob McConnell, investigates the world of paranormal and science of parapsychology with top experts discussing The Bible, End Time Prophecies and the paranormal.
12:00 AM
Linda discusses the drive-by life phenomena with guests.
12:30 AM
Laura Babcock and Dean Collett discuss local issues including Red Hill and bike lanes.
1:00 AM
Episode 8 of the Birchway Sound Mini-Concert Series features musician Christopher Union.
2:00 AM
Bloopers and outtakes from the making of Season 1 & 2 of ''The Cadillac Bill Show". Viewer discretion is advised.
2:30 AM
A trip to the dump causes problems for AJ and Amar.
3:00 AM
Episode 7 of the Birchway Sound Mini-Concert Series features musician Matty Simpson.
4:00 AM
Home and garden tips
4:08 AM
Tips for parents
4:15 AM
Find out how you can help the Hamilton Burlington SPCA
4:22 AM
Learn how to make a felt banner and interchangeable letters to decorate your next party.
4:27 AM
Greg Lenko visits Big B Comics to learn about their Free Comic Book Day and more about Cable 14's Open House, both events coming up on Saturday, May 4th.
4:35 AM
Hosted by Paula Stableford
4:50 AM
Find out how you can try some chili and help mesmbers of your community.
5:00 AM
(Repeat) Automotive advice with host Kirk Robinson (courtesy of YourTV).
6:00 AM
Step-by-step instructional yoga exercises.
6:30 AM
Linda discusses how to foster a mentally healthy workplace.
7:00 AM
(Repeat) Automotive advice with host Kirk Robinson (courtesy of YourTV).
8:00 AM
A discussion on news and issues that affect our community.
9:00 AM
Video feed of the Apr. 10 meeting provided by the City of Hamilton (approx. 3 hours). Past council and committee meetings are available on-demand at www.hamilton.ca.
11:30 AM
Step-by-step instructional yoga exercises.
12:00 PM
In remembrance of the 75th Anniversary of D-Day. (Taped March 31, 2019 at St. Andrew's United Church)
1:30 PM
Paula speaks with Michael Bryce about his mind and body tansformation.
1:46 PM
A look at a career as a Sleep Technician who assist in the education, evaluation, and treatment of sleep disorders.
2:00 PM
Mayor Fred Eisenberger talks about important issues affecting the City of Hamilton including infrastructure, transit and the municipal budget.
3:00 PM
Honouring and celebrating the very best in corporate excellence (Recorded March 27, 2019 at Flamborough Hills Golf Club)
3:46 PM
A look at a career as a Sleep Technician who assist in the education, evaluation, and treatment of sleep disorders.
4:00 PM
Celebrating outstanding accomplishments in our business community.
5:15 PM
A look at careers involving prosthetics and orthotics.
5:30 PM
A look at student and artists entrepreneurs in Hamilton.
6:00 PM
Laura Babcock and Dean Collett discuss local issues including Red Hill and bike lanes.
6:30 PM
On this weeks show: Budget winners and losers. Could teachers go on strike? and Does Blue Alberta spell Trudeau trouble?
7:00 PM
In remembrance of the 75th Anniversary of D-Day. (Taped March 31, 2019 at St. Andrew's United Church)
8:30 PM
Detective Sergeant Andrea Torrie and Chief Eric Girt sit down and discuss ATM thefts.
9:00 PM
Bloopers and outtakes from the making of Season 1 & 2 of ''The Cadillac Bill Show". Viewer discretion is advised.
10:00 PM
In remembrance of the 75th Anniversary of D-Day. (Taped March 31, 2019 at St. Andrew's United Church)
11:30 PM
Bloopers and outtakes from the making of Season 1 & 2 of ''The Cadillac Bill Show". Viewer discretion is advised.
12:00 AM
In remembrance of the 75th Anniversary of D-Day. (Taped March 31, 2019 at St. Andrew's United Church)
1:30 AM
Detective Sergeant Andrea Torrie and Chief Eric Girt sit down and discuss ATM thefts.
2:00 AM
A look at student and artists entrepreneurs in Hamilton.
2:30 AM
Community Supports is discussed.
3:00 AM
Recorded live at West End House Pub featuring musician Duane Rutter.
4:00 AM
Home and garden tips
4:08 AM
Tips for parents
4:15 AM
Find out how you can help the Hamilton Burlington SPCA
4:22 AM
Learn how to make a felt banner and interchangeable letters to decorate your next party.
4:27 AM
Greg Lenko visits Big B Comics to learn about their Free Comic Book Day and more about Cable 14's Open House, both events coming up on Saturday, May 4th.
4:35 AM
Hosted by Paula Stableford
4:50 AM
Find out how you can try some chili and help mesmbers of your community.
5:00 AM
Bruce talks with Karen Barclay about "The Universe Is Calling."
5:30 AM
Helping injured workers get the information they need. On this show, we talk with Gary Howe, President of Steelworkers Local 1005.
6:00 AM
Step-by-step instructional yoga exercises.
6:30 AM
Linda discusses the drive-by life phenomena with guests.
7:00 AM
Home and garden tips
7:08 AM
Tips for parents
7:15 AM
Find out how you can help the Hamilton Burlington SPCA
7:22 AM
Learn how to make a felt banner and interchangeable letters to decorate your next party.
7:27 AM
Greg Lenko visits Big B Comics to learn about their Free Comic Book Day and more about Cable 14's Open House, both events coming up on Saturday, May 4th.
7:35 AM
Hosted by Paula Stableford
7:50 AM
Find out how you can try some chili and help mesmbers of your community.
8:00 AM
A discussion on news and issues that affect our community.
9:00 AM
Celeste Licorish talks to Janice Fennell and Jennifer Jahnke about accessible learning at Mohawk College and a graduate certificate program teaching students how to create accessible media.
9:30 AM
Installation of bathroom exhaust fans.
10:30 AM
Hosted by Amanda Pope.
11:00 AM
Find out how you can try some chili and help mesmbers of your community.
11:09 AM
Becki turns a few dollar store items into a gumball machiene inspired Candy Holder
11:16 AM
Find out about a game between Hamilton Police and Special Olympic Athletes.
11:25 AM
Vegan-friendly dishes at local eateries.
11:33 AM
Find out about Hamilton's First Butter Tart Festival
11:42 AM
How to put an end to sibling rivalry in 21 days.
11:50 AM
Learn about the Hamilton Youth Film Festival
12:00 PM
In remembrance of the 75th Anniversary of D-Day. (Taped March 31, 2019 at St. Andrew's United Church)
1:30 PM
Detective Sergeant Andrea Torrie and Chief Eric Girt sit down and discuss ATM thefts.
2:00 PM
Celeste Licorish talks to Janice Fennell and Jennifer Jahnke about accessible learning at Mohawk College and a graduate certificate program teaching students how to create accessible media.
2:30 PM
Installation of bathroom exhaust fans.
3:00 PM
Find out how you can try some chili and help mesmbers of your community.
3:09 PM
Becki turns a few dollar store items into a gumball machiene inspired Candy Holder
3:16 PM
Find out about a game between Hamilton Police and Special Olympic Athletes.
3:25 PM
Vegan-friendly dishes at local eateries.
3:35 PM
Find out about Hamilton's First Butter Tart Festival
3:43 PM
How to put an end to sibling rivalry in 21 days.
3:51 PM
Learn about the Hamilton Youth Film Festival
4:00 PM
A discussion on news and issues that affect our community.
5:00 PM
Detective Sergeant Andrea Torrie and Chief Eric Girt sit down and discuss ATM thefts.
5:30 PM
Terry Cooke speaks with Lou Serafini Jr. President and CEO of Fengate Asset Management about his family and how they give back to the community.
6:00 PM
A discussion on news and issues that affect our community.
7:00 PM
Bingo cards are available at most area convenience stores.
8:00 PM
Dan Megna visits Paper Crane Sushi, My Sweet Sweet World and Dinger's Taps & Grill in Hagersville.
8:30 PM
Innovation in communication opions for those with ALS and new strides in seziure detection using wearable sensors.
9:11 PM
A look at careers in radio broadcasting.
9:30 PM
Installation of bathroom exhaust fans.
10:00 PM
A discussion on news and issues that affect our community.
11:00 PM
Paula meets a mother who moved to Canada so that she could provide a better life for her family.
11:15 PM
Paula talks with Mike Forester about how Laughing Yoga has changed his life.
11:30 PM
How local sports teams are working towards ending gender-based violence. Visit MentorAction.org for more information.
12:00 AM
Recorded live at West End House Pub featuring musician Duane Rutter.
1:00 AM
Bruce talks with Karen Barclay about "The Universe Is Calling."
1:30 AM
Helping injured workers get the information they need. On this show, we talk with Gary Howe, President of Steelworkers Local 1005.
2:00 AM
Step-by-step instructional yoga exercises.
2:30 AM
Linda discusses the drive-by life phenomena with guests.
3:00 AM
Recorded live at West End House Pub featuring musician Duane Rutter.
4:00 AM
Find out how you can try some chili and help mesmbers of your community.
4:05 AM
Becki turns a few dollar store items into a gumball machiene inspired Candy Holder
4:10 AM
Find out about a game between Hamilton Police and Special Olympic Athletes.
4:20 AM
Vegan-friendly dishes at local eateries.
4:30 AM
Find out about Hamilton's First Butter Tart Festival
4:35 AM
How to put an end to sibling rivalry in 21 days.
4:45 AM
Learn about the Hamilton Youth Film Festival
5:00 AM
Celeste Licorish talks to Janice Fennell and Jennifer Jahnke about accessible learning at Mohawk College and a graduate certificate program teaching students how to create accessible media.
5:30 AM
In the season finale, Shannon MacKinnon sits down with restoration artist and aerialist Lori le Mare, learns about how art is helping persons with dementia and how to become an animator. Lastly, Shannon and her lovable cartoon sidesick say their goodbyes.
6:00 AM
Step-by-step instructional yoga exercises.
6:30 AM
Linda discuss developing leaders in your organization with guests.
7:00 AM
Find out how you can try some chili and help mesmbers of your community.
7:05 AM
Becki turns a few dollar store items into a gumball machiene inspired Candy Holder
7:10 AM
Find out about a game between Hamilton Police and Special Olympic Athletes.
7:20 AM
Vegan-friendly dishes at local eateries.
7:30 AM
Find out about Hamilton's First Butter Tart Festival
7:35 AM
How to put an end to sibling rivalry in 21 days.
7:45 AM
Learn about the Hamilton Youth Film Festival
8:00 AM
A discussion on news and issues that affect our community.
9:00 AM
In the season finale, Shannon MacKinnon sits down with restoration artist and aerialist Lori le Mare, learns about how art is helping persons with dementia and how to become an animator. Lastly, Shannon and her lovable cartoon sidesick say their goodbyes.
9:30 AM
Terry Cooke speaks with Lou Serafini Jr. President and CEO of Fengate Asset Management about his family and how they give back to the community.
10:00 AM
Dan Megna visits Paper Crane Sushi, My Sweet Sweet World and Dinger's Taps & Grill in Hagersville.
10:30 AM
Detective Sergeant Andrea Torrie and Chief Eric Girt sit down and discuss ATM thefts.
11:00 AM
Find out about exhibits and tours at the Hamilton Steam Museum.
11:10 AM
Becki turns a few dollar store items into a gumball machiene inspired Candy Holder
11:20 AM
Find out what you'll be able to see during this year's Doors Open Event
11:30 AM
Vegan-friendly dishes at local eateries.
11:40 AM
Find out about this year's Climb for Cancer Event
11:50 AM
Home and garden tips
12:00 PM
Innovation in communication opions for those with ALS and new strides in seziure detection using wearable sensors.
1:00 PM
Episode 6 of the Birchway Sound Mini-Concert Series features Mississippi Bends.
2:00 PM
Detective Sergeant Andrea Torrie and Chief Eric Girt sit down and discuss ATM thefts.
2:30 PM
Terry Cooke speaks with Lou Serafini Jr. President and CEO of Fengate Asset Management about his family and how they give back to the community.
3:00 PM
Find out about exhibits and tours at the Hamilton Steam Museum.
3:10 PM
Becki turns a few dollar store items into a gumball machiene inspired Candy Holder
3:20 PM
Find out what you'll be able to see during this year's Doors Open Event
3:30 PM
Vegan-friendly dishes at local eateries.
3:40 PM
Find out about this year's Climb for Cancer Event
3:50 PM
Home and garden tips
4:00 PM
A discussion on news and issues that affect our community.
5:00 PM
Laura Babcock and guest discuss local issues.
5:30 PM
How local sports teams are working towards ending gender-based violence. Visit MentorAction.org for more information.
6:00 PM
A discussion on news and issues that affect our community.
7:00 PM
Laura Babcock and guest discuss local issues.
7:30 PM
Detective Sergeant Andrea Torrie and Chief Eric Girt sit down and discuss ATM thefts.
8:00 PM
Paula talks with Mike Forester about how Laughing Yoga has changed his life.
8:15 PM
Paula meets a mother who moved to Canada so that she could provide a better life for her family.
8:30 PM
Detective Sergeant Andrea Torrie and Chief Eric Girt sit down and discuss ATM thefts.
9:00 PM
Laura Babcock and guest discuss local issues.
9:30 PM
Hamilton radio host, Rob McConnell, investigates the world of paranormal and science of parapsychology with top experts discussing psyhics and mediums.
10:00 PM
A discussion on news and issues that affect our community.
11:00 PM
Paula meets Rowaa Aloliwie and finds out about how she started Karam Kitchen.
11:15 PM
Paula speaks with Michael Bryce about his mind and body tansformation.
11:30 PM
AJ and Amar come up with a plan to put a car in the showroom.
12:00 AM
Featuring musician Steve 'Deeps' Di Piante.
1:00 AM
Celeste Licorish talks to Janice Fennell and Jennifer Jahnke about accessible learning at Mohawk College and a graduate certificate program teaching students how to create accessible media.
1:30 AM
In the season finale, Shannon MacKinnon sits down with restoration artist and aerialist Lori le Mare, learns about how art is helping persons with dementia and how to become an animator. Lastly, Shannon and her lovable cartoon sidesick say their goodbyes.
2:00 AM
Step-by-step instructional yoga exercises.
2:30 AM
Community Supports is discussed.
3:00 AM
Featuring musician Steve 'Deeps' Di Piante.
4:00 AM
Find out about exhibits and tours at the Hamilton Steam Museum.
4:10 AM
Becki turns a few dollar store items into a gumball machiene inspired Candy Holder
4:20 AM
Find out what you'll be able to see during this year's Doors Open Event
4:30 AM
Vegan-friendly dishes at local eateries.
4:40 AM
Find out about this year's Climb for Cancer Event
4:50 AM
Home and garden tips
5:00 AM
Terry Cooke speaks with Lou Serafini Jr. President and CEO of Fengate Asset Management about his family and how they give back to the community.
5:30 AM
Laura Babcock and guest discuss local issues.
6:00 AM
Step-by-step instructional yoga exercises.
6:30 AM
Linda Marshall discusses women in business with a panel of local experts.
7:00 AM
Find out about exhibits and tours at the Hamilton Steam Museum.
7:10 AM
Becki turns a few dollar store items into a gumball machiene inspired Candy Holder
7:20 AM
Find out what you'll be able to see during this year's Doors Open Event
7:30 AM
Vegan-friendly dishes at local eateries.
7:40 AM
Find out about this year's Climb for Cancer Event
7:50 AM
Home and garden tips
8:00 AM
A discussion on news and issues that affect our community.
9:00 AM
Linda discusses how to foster a mentally healthy workplace.
9:30 AM
Laura Babcock and guest discuss local issues.
10:00 AM
(Repeat) Cooking Four Cheese Ravioli with Chef Dan Megna at the Twisted Lemon restaurant in Cayuga.
10:30 AM
How local sports teams are working towards ending gender-based violence. Visit MentorAction.org for more information.
11:00 AM
Tips for parents
11:10 AM
Find out how you can help the Hamilton Burlington SPCA
11:20 AM
Becki turns a few dollar store items into a gumball machiene inspired Candy Holder
11:30 AM
Find out about the Hamilton Music Festival
11:40 AM
Home and garden tips
11:50 AM
Find out about exhibits and tours at the Hamilton Steam Museum.
12:00 PM
A look at the upcoming season for the Hamilton Bengals lacrosse team. Cable 14 coverage begins Thursday, May 2nd.
12:30 PM
Five new program ideas are pitched to the Cable 14 panel for consideration.
2:00 PM
Laura Babcock and guest discuss local issues.
3:00 PM
Tips for parents
3:10 PM
Find out how you can help the Hamilton Burlington SPCA
3:20 PM
Becki turns a few dollar store items into a gumball machiene inspired Candy Holder
3:30 PM
Find out about the Hamilton Music Festival
3:40 PM
Home and garden tips
3:50 PM
Find out about exhibits and tours at the Hamilton Steam Museum.
4:00 PM
A discussion on news and issues that affect our community.
5:00 PM
Video feed of the Apr. 24 meeting provided by the City of Hamilton (approx. 3 hours). Past council and committee meetings are available on-demand at www.hamilton.ca.
8:00 PM
Automotive advice with host Kirk Robinson (courtesy of YourTV).
9:00 PM
How local sports teams are working towards ending gender-based violence. Visit MentorAction.org for more information.
9:30 PM
Larry Di Ianni talks one-on-one with Marvin Karon, Executive Director of the Shakepearience Performing Arts Company, about engaging students and developing greater appreciation for the language of Shakespeare.
10:00 PM
A discussion on news and issues that affect our community.
11:00 PM
Larry Di Ianni talks one-on-one with Marvin Karon, Executive Director of the Shakepearience Performing Arts Company, about engaging students and developing greater appreciation for the language of Shakespeare.
11:30 PM
Hosted by Amanda Pope.
12:00 AM
Episode 3 of the Birtchway Sound Mini-Concert Series features Hamilton pop sensation, Nick Pacheco.
1:00 AM
Terry Cooke speaks with Lou Serafini Jr. President and CEO of Fengate Asset Management about his family and how they give back to the community.
1:30 AM
Laura Babcock and guest discuss local issues.
2:00 AM
(Repeat) A discussion on electronic wills.
2:30 AM
Linda Marshall discusses women in business with a panel of local experts.
3:00 AM
Featuring musician Steve 'Deeps' Di Piante.
4:00 AM
Tips for parents
4:10 AM
Find out how you can help the Hamilton Burlington SPCA
4:20 AM
Becki turns a few dollar store items into a gumball machiene inspired Candy Holder
4:30 AM
Find out about the Hamilton Music Festival
4:40 AM
Home and garden tips
4:50 AM
Find out about exhibits and tours at the Hamilton Steam Museum.
5:00 AM
Automotive advice with host Kirk Robinson (courtesy of YourTV).
6:00 AM
Step-by-step instructional yoga exercises.
6:30 AM
Linda discusses the drive-by life phenomena with guests.
7:00 AM
Tips for parents
7:10 AM
Find out how you can help the Hamilton Burlington SPCA
7:20 AM
Becki turns a few dollar store items into a gumball machiene inspired Candy Holder
7:30 AM
Find out about the Hamilton Music Festival
7:40 AM
Home and garden tips
7:50 AM
Find out about exhibits and tours at the Hamilton Steam Museum.
8:00 AM
A discussion on news and issues that affect our community.
9:00 AM
Automotive advice with host Kirk Robinson (courtesy of YourTV).
10:30 AM
Larry Di Ianni talks one-on-one with Marvin Karon, Executive Director of the Shakepearience Performing Arts Company, about engaging students and developing greater appreciation for the language of Shakespeare.
11:00 AM
Find out what you'll be able to see during this year's Doors Open Event
11:10 AM
Tips for parents
11:20 AM
Learn about the Hamilton Youth Film Festival
11:30 AM
Vegan-friendly dishes at local eateries.
11:40 AM
Find out how you can try some chili and help mesmbers of your community.
11:50 AM
Home and garden tips
12:00 PM
Video feed of the Apr. 24 meeting provided by the City of Hamilton (approx. 3 hours). Past council and committee meetings are available on-demand at www.hamilton.ca.
3:00 PM
Find out what you'll be able to see during this year's Doors Open Event
3:10 PM
Tips for parents
3:20 PM
Learn about the Hamilton Youth Film Festival
3:30 PM
Vegan-friendly dishes at local eateries.
3:40 PM
Find out how you can try some chili and help mesmbers of your community.
3:50 PM
Home and garden tips
4:00 PM
A discussion on news and issues that affect our community.
5:00 PM
Panel discussion on Provincial and Federal politics as pertain to Hamilton.
5:30 PM
Larry Di Ianni talks one-on-one with Marvin Karon, Executive Director of the Shakepearience Performing Arts Company, about engaging students and developing greater appreciation for the language of Shakespeare.
6:00 PM
A discussion on news and issues that affect our community.
7:00 PM
Panel discussion on Provincial and Federal politics as pertain to Hamilton.
7:30 PM
Terry Cooke speaks with Lou Serafini Jr. President and CEO of Fengate Asset Management about his family and how they give back to the community.
8:00 PM
Hosted by Amanda Pope.
8:30 PM
Celeste Licorish talks to Janice Fennell and Jennifer Jahnke about accessible learning at Mohawk College and a graduate certificate program teaching students how to create accessible media.
9:00 PM
Panel discussion on Provincial and Federal politics as pertain to Hamilton.
9:30 PM
Key issues that affect Hamilton.
10:00 PM
A discussion on news and issues that affect our community.
11:00 PM
Hamilton radio host, Rob McConnell, investigates the world of paranormal and science of parapsychology with top experts discussing psyhics and mediums.
11:30 PM
Bloopers, outtakes and sneezes from Season 3 & 4.