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July 4, 2013

Community TV listings

Here is the lineup for this week on TV22, Haverhill Community Television. All Monday-through-Thursday programming on Channel 22 is repeated at 10 o’clock the same night. It also repeats the following day at 9 a.m. and 2 p.m. Programming is subject to change. Watch TV22 or visit www.haverhillcommunitytv.org for programming updates.

:FRIDAY, JULY 5

:7 p.m.: Bob Gariepy’s Nostalgia Theater, vintage radio and television

SATURDAY, JULY 6

:7:30 a.m.: Jehova Es Mi Pastor

:8:30 a.m.: SOS Be Veg! Go Green!

:9 a.m.: Granite United Church

:9:30 a.m.: Trinitarian Congressional Church

:10:30 a.m.: Miracles Do Happen

:11:30 a.m.: El Nuevo Renacer

:Noon: Haverhill City Council meeting

:5:30 p.m.: Reflexiones

:6:30 p.m.: International Church of God

:7 p.m.: The Good News

:7:30 p.m.: TV Hope

:10 p.m.: Penny Dredful’s Shilling Shockers, followed by GWAP Inc.

SUNDAY, JULY 7

:6:30 a.m.: Changing Lives Christian Church

:7:30 a.m./5 p.m.: Market Street Baptist Church

:9 a.m./6:30 p.m.: Calvary Baptist Church

:10:30 a.m./8 p.m.: Second Spanish Church

:11:30 a.m./9 p.m.: New Hope Fellowship Church

:Noon/9:30 p.m.: Second Baptist Church

:1 p.m./10:30 p.m.: St. James Parish

:2 p.m./11:30 p.m.: Rehoboth Full Gospel Hour

:3:30 p.m.: Youth to Christ

MONDAY, JULY 8

:10 a.m.: Music Monday, local musical performances featuring Still Breathing and other groups

:5:30 p.m.: Perspectives, Dan McGraw hosts

:6 p.m.: Let’s Talk, host Jim sits with Carolyn Grieco to discuss how she prepares her dishes from the farm to the table

:6:30 p.m.: Open Mic with Tim Coco, a live call-in show from the WHAV studio

:8:30 p.m.: Law to Talk About, host Jay Cleary chats with now-graduated Haverhill High seniors about their mock court experiences from Law Day 2013

:9 p.m.: Medical Moment, Frank Novak hosts an episode dedicated to gastroenterology

:9:30 p.m.: The Mass Factor, Todd Feinburg talks with Paul Craney of Mass. Fiscal Alliance

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