db's Annual Black History Month TV Schedule: BHM TV: Feb 1 2009

Saturday, January 27, 2007

BHM TV: Feb 1 2009

7:05 AM (SHOW)
Black Filmmaker Showcase: Pants in the Family
A chauvinistic husband switches places with his wife for a day. 

12 p.m. (TVONE)
Lessons From Little Rock: A National Report Card 
a profile of five students that have faced five different environmental challenges. Their educational experience is contrasted against the historical backdrop of the Little Rock 9 landmark event.

12:00 P.M. (BET J)
Tune in for a 10-hour marathon of emerging Black filmmakers making their cinematic mark with provocative short films. Anjanette get ready to get your check...

4:00pm (Gospel Music Channel)
2007 BMI Trailblazers Awards 
Yolanda Adams, Fred Hammond, Coko, Israel Houghton, Albertina Walker and The Caravans

5:00 P.M (BET)
Returning to his father's church after turning his back on God, a young singer makes an unpleasant discovery: His childhood nemesis has a "new vision" for the congregation. This inspiring drama based on the biblical parable of "The Prodigal Son" stars Boris Kodjoe and Idris Elba.

5:00 P.M, 9 PM & 11 PM (Gospel Music Channel)
The Dixie Hummingbirds: 80 Years Young 
Paul Simon, James Taylor, and Stevie Wonder join this in-depth look into the music and ministry of this pioneering, Grammy award winning Gospel quartet. 

7:00pm  (Gospel Music Channel)
Faith & Fame Shirley Caesar 

7:00 P.M. (BET)
Starring Vivica A. Fox and Shemar Moore, this sexy sequel to Motives picks up three years after the steamy thrills of the original with a new web of lies, deceit and murder.
A straight to DVD movie -really?

11.04.08: THE DAY OF CHANGE 

Relive one of America's most historic days - Election Day, 11-4-08 - through the eyes of 25 African-Americans. With Taye Diggs, Hill Harper, Shemar Moore, CCH Pounder, Vivica Fox, Robert Townsend, Regina King, and more.  

8 p.m. (TVONE)
Mean Streets: Cities Under Fire.
Takes a look at the current plight of cities across the U.S.A. from the perspective of community leaders as well as public officials.

10pm (V ME)
Beyond the Steps: Alvin Ailey American Dance Theatre

10:30 P.M. (PBS)
IN THE LIFE:"Mobilizing Hope"
Delving into discrimination and marriage equality with New York Governor David Paterson, HIV prevention in the ballroom scene, and life "on the down-low." 


At 2:26 PM, Blogger Media Man said...

Thanks for this. By pure happenstance, I watched The Brownsville Raid on 'History's Mysteries' this morning and it was really compelling (I was surprised I never heard of it before). Will definitely tape the Stevie Wonder specials tonight!


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