Arts on CUNY TV
is a series devoted to the world of the stage. It began on New York television in 1993 and is co-hosted by Michael Riedel (Broadway columnist for the New York Post
) and series producer Susan Haskins.
A monthly look at the lively arts scene – film, theatre, art, dance, music and events – in the New York metropolitan area.
A monthly program focusing on Broadway’s new productions as well as established hit shows, featuring interviews with actors, directors, composers, lyricists, choreographers and costume designers. Hosted by veteran theater critic and Emmy award winner Pat Collins.
Neil Rosen hosts Talking Movies, CUNY TV’s new half-hour monthly movie discussion program. Neil, along with his panel of esteemed critics, will talk about movies, from new releases to forgotten classics, in this half-hour format.
The best in world cinema is showcased in City Cinematheque
. Hosted by Professor Jerry Carlson and co-produced with the Department of Media and communication Arts of The City College, CUNY, each film is followed by lively discussion with scholars, film professionals and critics.
On Theater: All the Moving Parts, host Patrick Pacheco looks beyond the spotlight at the passionate and unheralded creative talents that are critical to the theatrical experience. From costumer designers to dramaturges and everything in between, Patrick looks at all the moving parts of a Broadway production.
is an Emmy award winning series about Latino culture in New York. The 30-minute show explores the rich textures of Latino society in the city, focusing on politics, art, culture, and the traditions of Spanish-speaking populations across the metropolitan area.
A series of conversations with arts and culture professionals about their work and unique perspectives on contemporary life.
Each half-hour program presents two separate 15-minute interviews, introduced by actor Ossie Davis, in which the featured writer is able to reveal the thoughts, process, and intellect behind his or her own acclaimed work.
Science Goes to the Movies
, co-hosted by Faith Salie and Dr. Heather Berlin, looks at the science in contemporary motion pictures.
Interviews with major directors, choreographers, designers, actors, playwrights and producers, hosted by Linda Winer, theatre critic and arts columnist for Newsday
The American Theatre Wing's panel discussion series, Working in the Theatre
, brings together performers, directors, playwrights, designers, choreographers and behind-the-scenes personnel from the Broadway theatre.
Stylish and modern, Canapé
is the only program entirely devoted to French cultural events in New York and the United States. This monthly half-hour show includes film releases, book translations, exhibitions, festivals, ballets, concerts and theater productions.
ART or something like it!
is an episodic television series that features artists of all genres, backgrounds and media – music, performance, writing, painting, photography, sculpture, film & video, and more – who share their lives and work. Its mission is to promote New York City's independent art scene by educating and inspiring television viewers around the globe.
A galaxy of great contemporary writers share intimate thoughts about writing, creativity, and the influences of being Irish or Irish-American
A series of Spanish-language literary discussions, featuring interviews with Spanish and Latin American writers, artists and filmakers. In Spanish.
Intimate discussions with people of note and New York Times journalists and editors.
CUNY TV's ongoing film series showcase the best cinematic talent from around the world, often screening rare gems difficult to find elsewhere on your dial.
From perennial classics -- Tchaikovsky's The Nutcracker and Prokofiev's Romeo and Juliet -- to modern dances by Kenneth MacMillan and Roland Petit; from Moscow's Bolshoi Theatre to London's Covent Garden, CUNY TV programs ballet productions from around the world on a regular basis.
CUNY TV presents a selection of the finest opera productions throughout the year, featuring stars of yesteryear and today's divas, including Galina Vishnevskaya, Willard White, Luciano Pavarotti, and Cecilia Bartoli.
Great epics, plays, poetry, and other literary texts have made their way around the world through time and translation, and are still captivating audiences today.
Art Through Time: A Global View
examines themes connecting works of art created around the world in different eras.
Hosted by journalist and interviewer Bernard Pivot, this timeless series that ran from 1991-2001 discussed French culture.
Compilation of video clips of vocal performance, concert music, dance, opera, art films and classics of world cinema
The acclaimed British detective drama series based on novels by Colin Dexter, starring John Thaw as the cantankerous and complex Chief Inspector Morse, and Kevin Whately as his long-suffering sidekick Sergeant Lewis.
Classic public television talk program from 1973-1974. Day at Night
was hosted by the late James Day.
Conversations with William M. Hoffman
is CUNY TV 's television series of discussions with major theatre and musical figures of our times, hosted by Professor William M. Hoffman, Professor of Theatre at Lehman College (CUNY).
A series of fine arts documentaries, produced curated by the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C.
Brooklyn College Presents
, the longest running college television program in the nation is a half-hour program that showcases non-fiction and fiction works produced by students in the MFA program at Brooklyn College and the college’s TV Center, BCTV.
A monthly show in which Bernard Pivot interviews artists, actors and musicians who were not born in France, but adopted the French culture and language as their own.