UCSD-TV Schedule

Primetime Tonight (Pacific): Friday April 23, 2021

Where to Watch

Cable System Channel Broadcast Times
Cox (Digital) 135 24 hours/day, 7 days/week
Spectrum (Digital) 1231 24 hours/day, 7 days/week
AT&T 99 24 hours/day, 7 days/week


If you are outside San Diego, UCTV is there for you. Take your pick of these many ways to tune in:

Schedule for 4/23/2021
12:00 AM Getting Warmer? Ocean Temperatures off the California Coast - Impacts of Climate Change in California and The West
1:00 AM Planetary Defense: Avoiding a Cosmic Catastrophe
2:00 AM CARTA - Comparative Anthropogeny - Exploring The Human-Ape Paradox - Tetsuro Matsuzawa, Linda Marchant, Barry Bogin
3:00 AM US-Cuba Bilateral Relations Under the Biden Administration  
4:30 AM Weaponizing Narratives: Why America Wants Gun Control But Doesn’t Have It
6:00 AM Environment, War and Conflict
7:30 AM How Climate Change Affects Your Skin
8:00 AM Bike Fit: It’s All About the Bike
9:00 AM Facebook, Privacy, and Creating Better Tech Policy with Roger McNamee
10:00 AM Roundtable 1920/2020 - How COVID-19 is Reshaping Cinema
11:30 AM On Beyond: Our Social Brain and Autism, Informal Computer Education, Tracking Water
12:00 PM CARTA - Comparative Anthropogeny - Exploring The Human-Ape Paradox - Tetsuro Matsuzawa, Linda Marchant, Barry Bogin
1:00 PM Abbasi • Pisaro • Brahms - La Jolla Symphony & Chorus
3:00 PM Stephanie Richards: New Trumpet Music
4:00 PM How Climate Change Affects Your Skin
4:30 PM On Beyond: Our Social Brain and Autism, Informal Computer Education, Tracking Water
5:00 PM Prison Abolition, and a Mule with Paul Butler
7:00 PM Facebook, Privacy, and Creating Better Tech Policy with Roger McNamee
8:00 PM Facing-off Across Sunset Boulevard - La Jolla Symphony & Chorus
9:30 PM She is Fierce: The Art of Joyce Cutler-Shaw
10:00 PM The COVID Vaccine: Debates, Distrust, and Disparities - Exploring Ethics
11:00 PM The Neuroscience of Meditation, Mindfulness, and Compassion
11:30 PM Impacts of Our Changing Climate on Allergic Respiratory Disease
 
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