CITV Announce Fall 2015 Programme Line-Up

September 25, 2015

CITV, the Bermuda Government’s television station has announced its Fall programming schedule next week, saying that “starting on September 28th on Cable Channel 2 and WOW channel 102, a brand new series of exciting shows exclusively about Bermuda will be airing.”

The lineup includes:

Reducing Recidivism. This programme offers an inside look at the Bermuda Department of Corrections. Interviews with officers and inmates reveal insights on what life is like behind bars and how Bermuda’s criminal rehabilitation programme works. Hosted by Jannell Ford. 9:00am 9:30pm 3:00am

B-Roll. A brand new CITV series showcasing Bermudian cinematographers and video artists. The remarkable work of fifteen year old Aliana King is featured as she takes us through the creative process of stop motion animation. 10:30am 5:30pm 6:00am

Generations Apart. A treasure trove of old Bermuda photographs featuring Bermudians of all races and economic status is revealed by The Bermuda Historical Society’s John Cox and Ally Lusher. Ms. Lusher’s great grandfather. took the photos only a few years before old Bermuda gave way to the motor car and modernity. 10:00am 10:30pm

Sea Lab 1964. Meet the men who lived a few hundred feet beneath the waves off Bermuda. This BUEI presentation tells the remarkable story of Bermuda’s role in a US Navy programme to colonize the ocean floor and the eccentric character who nearly made it all happen. 12:00pm 11:00pm 5:00am

The America’s Cup in Bermuda. Get the latest and get excited. A series of dramatic America’s Cup videos featuring the amazing high-speed, foiling catamarans will explain the upcoming, international, sports spectacular and what Bermuda is doing to get ready. Airing Throughout the Schedule

RBYC Youth Sailing. As America’s Cup foiling boats take sailing high-tech, high-flying, and high speed, meet the young athletes who might one day represent Bermuda in the hyper-competitive new world of sailing. This fast-paced dynamic show explains how the Royal Bermuda Yacht Club sail training programme works and how easy it is for any of Bermuda youth to get trained. 9:30am 6:00pm 10:00pm

Telling Tales. Do your children like to hear stories? Do you like to hear stories? Well tune in to host Julia Pitt as she entertains Bermuda’s young people, spins a great yarn, and brings youthful energy to wonderful children’s stories. 11:00am 5:00pm 6:30am

CITV Today-Noble Auto. CITV Today host, Tina Evans Caines tours the Nobel Auto, auto mechanics training programme at Cedar Bridge. If academics aren’t your style perhaps a career in cars might suit you. Today’s auto mechanics must be highly trained and Noble Auto is making sure young Bermudians have the technical background and skill to enjoy good employment and career prospects in Bermuda and abroad. 7:30am 3:30pm 8:00pm 3:30am

In the Know – The Ministry of Works and Engineering and The Ministry of Economic Development. Host Lisa Pickering interviews Cabinet Ministers Gibbons and Cannonier in this CITV signature show as they detail changes and developments in their respective ministries. 8:00am 4:00pm 8:30pm 4:00am

Bermuda School of Music. It was described as possibly the most remarkable classical music performance ever held in Bermuda. Teenagers from the top US prep school Noble and Greenough put on a stunning performance with young Bermudians joining in and holding their own. 1:00pm 1:30am

Health and Family-Arthritis. Shay-Dawn Burgess hosts this CITV signature show and provides insight on arthritis and how to fight this chronic medical affliction. 8:30am 4:30pm 9:00pm 4:30am

Presstalk – Government News and Information
7:00am 11:30am 7:30pm 12:00am

DNDC Awards – The Department of National Drug Control’s Awards Ceremony
2:30pm 6:30pm 12:30am

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  1. inconvenient truth says:

    sorry, does not grab me even tho i am helping to pay for it ….

  2. Vulcan Trash Cleaner says:

    another complete waste of Tax Payer’s Money!

  3. Varied says:

    Do many Bermudians watch CITV programming by the way? While the shows themselves may be compelling, I don’t often hear about them or see promos for them.