TODAY, Mar 25
  • 12:00 am
    Tavis Smiley
    Tavis Smiley, the first African American to have his own signature talk show on NPR, hosts a new late-night television talk show - a hybrid of news, issues and entertainment, featuring interviews with newsmakers, politicians, celebrities and real people.
  • 12:30 am
  • 1:00 am
    One On One with Steve Adubato
    Monica Piper/Susan Scherreik/Dr. Bonita Stanton
    Steve Adubato goes One-on-One with Monica Piper, star and writer of the Off-Broadway hit, NOT THAT JEWISH, to discuss her hilarious one-woman show. Steve Adubato goes One-on-One with business expert, Susan Scherreik, who shares her advice for entrepreneurs to grow and expand their business in today’s economy. Steve Adubato goes on-location to the Seton Hall Hackensack Meridian School of Medicine to speak with its Founding Dean, Dr. Bonita Stanton, about the importance of students studying in a teams rather than lecture settings
  • 1:30 am
    Theater Talk
    Miss Saigon's Boublil & Schönberg
    We welcome the charming and talented lyricist/co-librettist Alain Boublil and composer/co-librettist Claude-Michel Schönberg whose masterwork of the musical theater Miss Saigon is reopening on Broadway this month. The creative team discusses the inspiration for the original production of the show, which is based on the opera, Madame Butterfly, but set in Vietnam during and after the American military incursion. They explain how they have modified the show, which first opened in New York City in 1991 (and ran for 10 years), for the new, spectacular 2017 revival. They also look back at the beginning of their partnership when, inspired by the concept albums Jesus Christ Superstar and The Who's Tommy, they worked together to create what was the first French rock musical, La Révolution Franç aise in 1973. Musicals were rarely created or produced in France at that time, so Boublil and Schönberg's work, including their smash hit Les Misérables, now performed all over the world, was instrumental in popularizing the modern musical form in their own country.
  • 2:00 am
    70s Soul Superstars (My Music)
    Join Patti LaBelle for an all-star reunion of the legends of 1970s Motown, R&B and soul, including the Commodores, original lead Eugene Record reuniting with the Chi-Lites, the Stylistics, Yvonne Elliman, Heatwave, the Trammps and the Emotions.
  • 4:30 am
    Ed Slott's Retirement Road Map 2017
    Ed Slott, America's IRA Expert, shows you how to steer clear of the roadblocks in your retirement.
  • 6:00 am
    Joseph Rosendo's Travelscope
    France - Following The Rhone
    Joseph follows the Rhone River on a 500-mile journey through France to the Mediterranean sea.
  • 6:30 am
    Rick Steves' Europe
    Germany's Hamburg and the Luther Trail
    Rick visits Hamburg, Germany's mighty port city, and the great historic sights of Martin Luther.
  • 7:00 am
    Due Process
    Marijuana: A Country Divided
    Eight states have now voted to make marijuana legal, but the federal government still classifies pot as a Schedule I drug, like heroin or LSD. Will the Trump Administration - and its attorney general, who is ardently anti-marijuana - target legalization? Sandra King with guests Zeke Edwards of the ACLU and Diane Litterer of NJ Prevention Network.
  • 7:30 am
    One On One with Steve Adubato
    Ric Edelman/Stephen K. Jones/Robert Creighton
    Steve Adubato goes One-on-One with Ric Edelman, executive chairman of Edelman Financial Services and author of "Rescue Your Money," about his advice for managing your finances and describes the importance of saving for retirement early. Steve Adubato goes One-on-One with Stephen Jones, chief academic officer for RWJBarnabas Health, about the importance of continuing the development of medical education opportunities in the state, and the increasing need to keep these well-trained physicians in NJ after their residencies are completed. Steve Adubato goes One-on-One with CAGNEY, The Musical co-creator and star, Robert Creighton, about being Hollywood's tough guy in tap shoes.
  • 8:00 am
    Consuelo Mack WealthTrack
    Investment Lessons
    T. Rowe Price's Brian Rogers talks about the lessons learned from 35 years of successful investing.
  • 8:30 am
    State of Affairs
    Sen. Ray Lesniak; Jeanette Hoffman & Phil Alagia
    Gubernatorial candidate, Senator Raymond J. Lesniak, shares why he decided to run for Governor after so many years in the legislature. He also talks about his plan to stop the “politics as usual” in New Jersey and describes how he will get the state out of its financial deficit, make New Jersey more affordable, and attract business to the state. New Jersey Republican Strategist, Jeannette Hoffman, and Chief of Staff in Essex County & Democratic Strategist, Phil Alagia talk about the pros and cons of each announced New Jersey gubernatorial candidate and the impact of President Trump’s presidency on the outcome of New Jersey’s election
  • 9:00 am
    Washington Week
    Join a robust roundtable discussion with award-winning journalists who provide reporting and analysis of the major stories emanating from the nation's capital.
  • 9:30 am
  • 10:00 am
    SciTech Now
    Hosted by Hari Sreenivasan.
  • 10:30 am
    Charlie Rose - The Week
    Conversations about politics, science, business, culture, and media.
  • 11:00 am
    New York Now
    March 24-26, 2017
    'New York NOW' is New York State's Emmy Award-winning, in-depth, public affairs program, featuring news, interviews and analysis from the Capitol in Albany. Each week, 'New York NOW' probes politicians, civil servants, journalists and others to examine the impact of public policy
  • 11:30 am
    To The Contrary With Bonnie Erbe
    This weekly news analysis program is the only woman-centered national news/talk show on television. Dedicated to the premise that women of all ethnic backgrounds and political persuasions are an important part of the national dialogues, the series provides a platform for the multifaceted views of involved, informed women journalists and commentators. Topics range from women's health to family issues to women in the workplace, the environment, women in finance and education.
  • 12:00 pm
    The Open Mind
    An Unprecedented Presidency
    George Edwards III talks about President Trump and the constitutional requirements of his office.
  • 12:30 pm
    Caucus: New Jersey
    Caucus Up Close: John Kastanis; Howard Rossman & David Knowlton; Candice Bland
    President and CEO of University Hospital, John Kastanis, shares the importance of expanding cancer-related services in Newark/Essex County, and discusses the significance of the hospital’s new partnership with Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey. Steve Adubato goes on-location to the Kessler Foundation’s Life After Stroke event to talk with Stroke Robotic Exoskeleton participant, Howard Rossman, about the ways the exoskeleton machine has helped him regain movement in his body. Steve also talks with David Knowlton, retired head of the N.J. Health Care Quality Institute about the stroke that affected his life, and the impact of quick response time that limited negative effects. Steve Adubato talks with Candice Bland, a Spanish teacher at Hightstown High School about the significant of her students’ trip to the University of Granada in Spain and how it has helped them become better “global citizens.”
  • 1:00 pm
    Building Trust: Race, Police & The Community
    Moderated by Steve Adubato and NJTV's Michael Hill, this program addresses the complex and sometimes confrontational relationship between police and the minority community, and ways that we can begin to move this issue forward. This 1-hour forum features a panel of 12 leaders from sectors of government, business, law enforcement, education, as well as religious and community leaders in and around the city of Newark.
  • 2:00 pm
    Great Broadway Musical Moments from the Ed Sullivan Show (My Music)
    From the late 1940s through early 1950s, The Ed Sullivan Show, based in the heart of New York's theatre district, presented special performances with original cast members from the most beloved stage musicals of Broadway's golden age. Not seen for decades since their original broadcasts, these rare selections include legends Ethel Merman, Joel Grey, Julie Andrews, John Raitt, Gwen Verdon, Dick Van Dyke, Richard Burton and others in songs from such classics as Oklahoma!, My Fair Lady, Annie Get Your Gun, West Side Story, Sweet Charity and Camelot. This program is hosted by Broadway legend Shirley Jones.
  • 3:30 pm
    70s Soul Superstars (My Music)
    Join Patti LaBelle for an all-star reunion of the legends of 1970s Motown, R&B and soul, including the Commodores, original lead Eugene Record reuniting with the Chi-Lites, the Stylistics, Yvonne Elliman, Heatwave, the Trammps and the Emotions.
  • 6:00 pm
    PBS NewsHour Weekend
    South Sudan's Civil War
  • 6:30 pm
    SciTech Now
  • 7:00 pm
    The This Old House Hour
    Take a tour of the completed project house, including the addition at the back and the front porch.
  • 8:00 pm
    Keeping Up Appearances
  • 8:30 pm
    As Time Goes By
    Jean and Lionel, returning home to London, are greeted by an unwelcome guest.
  • 9:04 pm
    Reel 13 Classics
    Father's Little Dividend (1951)
    Spencer Tracy portrays a reluctant grandfather in this sequel to Father of the Bride, also starring Elizabeth Taylor and Joan Bennett. Directed by Vincente Minnelli.
  • 10:31 pm
    Reel 13 Indies
    Little Sparrows (2010)
    Simple and sincere, celebrating life and the unconditional love of a mother.
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