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Posted September 19th 2017 3:51pm
Close To Home is a show about people and situations that demonstrate and celebrate deep respect for mankind hosted by Molly Finn. Molly continues chatting with Stacy.
Posted September 19th 2017 3:45pm
Worcester's Senior Center. Senior issues are discussed, and a good time is had by all. Senior Speak is recorded at the Worcester Senior Center, 128 Providence St at the corner of Winthrop St on Tuesdays at 2PM. Stop by and be a part of the show.
Posted September 19th 2017 3:31pm
This is Worcester is a program hosted and produced by community activist Bill Coleman. Bill talks about the World War II Citizens of Color Honor Roll.
Posted September 19th 2017 2:42pm
Join Konnie Lukes and her guests as they discuss city issues at Worcester area coffee shops. Konnie has coffee with attorney Margaret Milican.
Posted September 19th 2017 2:41pm
Spend time enjoying the latest and greatest in country music with host Tracy Foley. Playlist:
*Indigo Summer - "A1A",
*Terry McBride - "Hotels and Highways",
*Tony Jackson - "Old Porch Swing",
*Sandra Lynn - "Hey California",
*Holly Tucker - "Dallas On Your Boots",
Lopez - "Don't Wanna Say Goodnight",
*Jake McVey - "Never Give Up",
*Paul Boggard/ Cowboy Ride
Posted September 19th 2017 2:40pm
A political and current issue program hosted by Gary Rosen and produced by WCCA TV. This week's panel members are Gary Vecchio, Moe Bergman, and Walter Bird. Worcester recently had a preliminary election. Why did only 10% of voters cast a ballot?
Posted September 19th 2017 1:25pm
Close To Home is a show about people and situations that demonstrate and celebrate deep respect for mankind hosted by Molly Finn. Molly welcomes Stacy to the show.
Posted September 19th 2017 1:15pm
This is Worcester is a program hosted and produced by community activist Bill Coleman. Bill talks about a gathering of the black community and the Jewish Community.
Posted September 18th 2017 9:39pm
On Wednesday September 6, 2017 at the IBEW Hall on Mill
Street in Worcester, Mass. the 4 candidates for District 5, met to
discuss their platforms. Candidates were Doug Arbetter, Benjamin Champagne,
Paul Franco, and Matt Wally.
Posted September 18th 2017 9:14pm
Video Jam is your source for ecletic music videos. Your stunning host Tracy Foley has been presenting mainstream and indie rock for more than 10 years on cable TV public access stations. Playlist:
*Alexa Friedman / Enraptured,
*Wai Lana/ Oh My Sweet Lord,
*Future Elevators/ Modern World,
*Shaheed & DJ Supreme/ Glorious Day,
*Kevin Tiah / Bring Back 2005,
*Ozomatli / Solamente Una Vez,
*Noah Parker/ Tomorrow's Too Late
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