Sunday, October 26, 2008

This Week On Brooklyn TV (BCAT)

Brooklyn Community Access Television is on a roll.

Monday at 1 and 9 p.m., watch a new episode of Brooklyn Review's Election Day Special, which documents Brooklynites as they gather for the presidential debates, follows Brooklyn for Barack volunteers as they head to Philly to register voters, and more.

Also Monday at 12:30pm & 8:30pm: Neighborhood Beat looks at Red Hook:
Visit the Brooklyn Waterfront Museum; attempt canoeing with the Red Hook Boaters; take in some avant-garde art at the Brooklyn Waterfront Artists Coalition; sample a savory bite at Neil Ganic's latest eateries: Annabelles and La Bouillabaisse.

Tuesday, Neighborhood Beat goes to Brooklyn Heights (12:30pm & 8:30pm)
Take a look at Plymouth Church of the Pilgrims for a look at its famous pastor, Henry Ward Beecher; chat with Thomas Calfa, owner of Lassen & Hennigs on Montague Street. Meet Jacque Jones, a Brooklyn Heights poet with a passion for the lost art of hymn writing; and play with pampered pooches at Perfect Paws on Hicks Street.

There are many more attractions on BCAT: reporter's rountables, neighborhoods explored, and behind-the-scenes looks at Brooklyn institutions, businesses and events. (Time Warner Cable channel 56/ Cablevision channel 69) See the schedule and live programming here.

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