CAN TV Schedule

Don't miss any of the great hyperlocal programming

  • CAN TV 19
  • CAN TV 21
  • CAN TV 27
  • CAN TV 36
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12:00 am

638 Ways To Kill Castro


A documentary about the history of US attempts to kill Fidel Castro.

1:30 am

Irish Music Mad


Musical fun among some Irish friends.

2:30 am

35 Years of Hard Cover


Community Television Network celebrates 35 of Hard Cover: Voices and Visions of Chicago's Youth is one of the nation's longest running TV shows created by youth, for youth, and cablecast on CAN TV19 in Chicago.

3:30 am

Honoring Veterans First


Babette Peyton interviews living legends, Madeline Sanders and Dr. Yaounde Olu.

4:00 am



Uniphysical Chess Discussion of a non-traditional examination of the Game of Chess.

5:00 am

Nonprofit Highlight


Chicago based nonprofit organizations give out information on the services they provide to Chicagoans.

9:00 am



Generation Flex assembles hetero-generational roundtables of guests to explore topics of persistent and egregious misconceptions about their own generationís cultural identity.

9:30 am

In the Money


Thoughtful, fair, and honest ìkitchen tableî conversations with people about money that impacts family wealth building for the thousands of Chicagoans who are new to the money conversation.

10:00 am

For the Culture


Engaging conversations with dynamic guests whose unique perspectives on Chicago culture and life will cover a variety of topics like the arts, entertainment, pop culture, diversity and inclusion, music, business and themes important to the diverse communities.

10:30 am

Political Forum


Offering local legislators and political newsmakers an opportunity to participate in one-on-one interviews to discuss the most important political headlines in Chicago.

11:00 am

Change Agents


Spotlighting critical issues impacting Chicago communities, such as homelessness, domestic violence, food inequity, police reform, and more.

11:30 am

In the Arena


Thoughtful, fair, and honest conversations with the people who make Chicago a great city. Hilmon will converse with the thinkers, writers, politicians, athletes, entertainers, businesspeople, and newsmakers, asking the obvious ñ and not so obvious questions.

12:00 pm

Chicago Newsroom 2.0


Chicago Newsroom 2.0 takes a closer look at the weekís top local news stories as reported In the newspapers, online, on the radio, and on TV.†

12:30 pm

35th Annual Black Nurses Celebration


The 35th Annual National Black Nurses Day Celebration honors exceptional nurses in the areas of maternal and mental health care.

2:45 pm

The Story of Stuff with Annie Leonard


A fast-paced, fact-filled look at the underside of our production and consumption patterns.

3:00 pm

Lit And Luz Festival


Collectively, these authors closely examine the human condition of class, rights, and movement.

4:30 pm



Cook County Commissioner Donna Black-Miller recounts her journey to elected office and offers her unique vantage point on some of the surprising barriers Black women typically face when pursuing political careers

5:00 pm

Managing Software Complexity by Anna Q


Principles and techniques for managing large software projects

6:00 pm

Thread the Needle


One has to work to make dreams become a reality.

7:00 pm

A Sip of Inspiration


Techniques to change you beliefs and habits to improve your life and finances

8:00 pm

Chicago This Week


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8:30 pm

IMPACT Tele-Info


Economist and Financial Educator Emerson Douyon speaks about the importance and role of communication in our lives.

9:00 pm

Unity in Diversity, C'est La Vie


An interview about schools and education in Haiti.

10:00 pm

Hard Lens Media


Host Kit Cabello interviews Misty Winston about anti-war movement, free speech, activism, and more.

11:00 pm



Autism awareness with Dr. Uli and Attorney Esther.