Schedule

  •  PGCC-TV Program Schedule
    You can watch a wide variety of higher education and community affairs programming on Prince George's Community College Television, PGCC-TV, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week on Comcast channel 75 and Verizon FIOS channel 44 in Prince George's County, Maryland. Click on the Program Schedule image below to download a PDF of our current program listings on PGCC-TV.  
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    April 6 - May 3, 2014 PGCC-TV Program Schedule

     March 9 - April 5, 2014 Program Schedule

     

    PGCC-TV Original Programs

    Conversations with Charlene Dukes   

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    “Conversations with Charlene Dukes” is a half-hour interview show hosted by Prince George’s Community College President, Dr. Charlene M. Dukes.  The program features one-on-one interviews with distinguished alumni, government officials and prominent figures in the Washington Metropolitan area. Guests discuss their lives, work and connections to the college. Recent guests have included, Rushern Baker, Prince George's County Executive; Joseph Wright, Associate Judge Maryland District Court; Kevin Maxwell, CEO of Prince George's County Public Schools; Dr. Joycelyn Elders, the first African American Surgeon General of the United States; and Danette Howard, Secretary of Higher Education for the state of  Maryland. click images below to watch an episode.


     Conversations with Charlene Dukes featuring Rushern Baker, Prince George's County Executive

    Conversations with Charlene Dukes featuring Rushern Baker, Prince George's County Executive

    Conversations with Charlene Dukes featuring Dr. Kevin Maxwell, CEO of Prince George's County Public Schools 

    Conversations with Charlene Dukes featuring Dr. Kevin Maxwell, CEO of Prince George's County Public Schools

     Joseph Wright 

    Conversations with Charlene Dukes featuring Judge Joseph Wright, Maryland District Court

     Joycelyn Elders

    Conversations with Charlene Dukes featuring Dr. Joycelyn Elders, First African American U.S. Surgeon General


     

    Around Prince George’s 
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    “Around Prince George’s” is a magazine-style community affairs program highlighting higher education issues affecting Prince George’s County, learning opportunities at Prince George’s Community College, profiles of student success, programs, services and special events at the college and around the county. Program topics have included: Careers in the Health Sciences, College Readiness & Completion, College Affordability, Student Engagement & Community Service, Workforce Development, Cyber Security & Online Learning, Public Safety & Law Enforcement Programs, Financial Literacy and Careers in Health Sciences. 

     

     


     

    Growing Pains: Taking Your Business to the Next Level

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    The college’s Center for Minority Business Development (CMBD), produces a half-hour television program highlighting small and emerging business development in Prince George’s County. Hosted by Carl E. Brown, Jr., Executive Director of CMBD, the program features interviews with minority business owners discussing topics such as: management, marketing, procurement, legal issues, human resources, training, the lobbying process and how it can affect small businesses, trials and tribulations of owning a small business, and the responsibilities of a chamber, and social media. The Center for Minority Business Development (CMBD) at Prince George’s Community College assists minority-owned businesses as they grow and achieve profitability in the National Capital region. Click on image to watch episodes.

     

    CLICK HERE to watch episodes of Growing Pains: Taking Your Business to the Next Level

     CMBD Playlist

     


     

    Millennium Management Lecture Series

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    The Millennium Management Lecture Series is one of the college's most prestigious discussions.  Recorded in front of a live audience in the studios of PGCC-TV, the series grants students and members of the community access to outstanding leaders in business and government.  Past speakers include: Keith Singletary, Sr, Chik-Fila Franchise Owner; Rear Admiral Barry C. Black (ret), the first African-American to serve as the chaplain for the United States Senate; and Janie Jeffers, former White House Executive Deputy Director under President Bill Clinton, among many others.

    Click here to watch recent episodes of the Millennium Management Lecture Series.

     

     
     


     

     

    British Debaters

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    Produced semi-annually by PGCC-TV, the British Debaters is sponsored by the International Education Center at Prince George's Community.  Recorded in our TV studio before a live audience of students and faculty, the English Speaking Union's two-person debate team stimulates discussion of international affairs topics. PGCC Debating Society students also gain debating skills tips from the internationally recognized guest debaters.

    Click here to watch a recent episode of British Debaters.

     

     


     

     Health Report Card 

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     Health Report Card is a one-hour talk show delivering health information from a panel of medical professionals in an educational and entertaining program format.  Produced by Prince George’s Community College (PGCC) TV and hosted by middle college high school students from the Academy of Health Sciences at PGCC, Health Report Card engages students in lively discussions with health experts on a variety of topics affecting people of all ages in Prince George’s County and the state of Maryland.  The program is recorded in front of a live studio audience and features interesting stories about local health issues, questions and answer segments, nutrition, cooking and fitness demonstrations.

    Click Here to watch Health Report Card.  


     

    PGCC-TV Specials 

    The Annual Bluebird Blues Festival

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    Highlights of the Bluebird Blues Festival, an annual celebration held at Prince George’s Community College every September, can be seen on PGCC TV. The festival has become one of the county’s premier events, attracting an average of 12,000 people, dozens of vendors, and national blues acts. If you missed it, you can watch a special presentation of performances by Bobby “Blue” Bland, Clarence Carter, Guitar Blues legend, Bobby Parker, the Legendary Orioles, Yahzarah, Daryl Davis, the Phil Wiggins Trio, the Jewels and “A Lil Bit of Blues” band.  

     

     


     

     A Day in the Life of Culinary Arts at PGCC

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    The Culinary Arts program at Prince George's Community College provides excellent preparation for a career in the art of preparing cooking and presenting food in commercial kitchens throughout the hospitality industry. PGCC-TV produced a short film which chronicles a day in the life of Culinary Arts students as they experienced peer-to-peer teaching of local high school students visiting for career day.  

    Click Here to watch a short film about the Culinary Arts Program at PGCC. 



     
      The Power of Wisdom

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    This PGCC-TV program was a presentation of the Diverse Male Student Initiatives at Prince George's Community College. Moderated by DMSI program manager, Brian Hamlin, "The Power of Wisdom: A Multi-gender Conversation About Culture, Community, Success & Communication," this discussion panel was comprised of PGCC staff, community organizers, entrepreneurs, educators and a variety of professionals from the community.  The goal of the panel was to refocus on the mission of manhood, life lessons and those challenges facing young men transitioning into adulthood. Click here to watch the program.

     

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    PGCC TV
    Prince George's Community College
    301 Largo Road
    Accokeek Hall, Suite 300
    Largo, MD 20774
    301.336.6000