Ten Percent – TV Listing. September 2014
Ten Percent – TV Listing. September 2014
Ten Percent — LGBT-TV for Northern California
Mondays – Fridays, 11:30am & 10:30pm and Saturdays & Sundays at 10:30pm on Comcast Hometown Network Channel 104 in Northern California.
Episode # 239
Monday — Friday, September 1 – 5, 11:30am & 10:30pm
Saturday & Sunday, September 6 – 7, 10:30pm
David Perry interviews Jose Navarette and Debby Kajiyama, co- artistic directors of Oakland’s NAKA Dance Theater. Perry also speaks with Dan Demers, artistic director of Hillbarn Theater about their current production of Funny Girl.
Episode # 240
Monday — Friday, September 8 – 12, 11:30am & 10:30pm
Saturday & Sunday, September 13 – 14, 10:30pm
David Perry chats with Liss Fain, artistic director of Liss Fain Dance, about theworld premiere of The Imperfect is Our Paradise. Perry also speaks with Olga Talamante, executive director of the Chicana Latina Foundation.
Episode # 241
Monday — Friday, September 15 – 19, 11:30am & 10:30pm
Saturday & Sunday, September 20 – 21, 10:30pm
David Perry talks to industry expert Janelle Lee about the health insurance landscape under “Obamacare.” Perry also chats with Judea Eden, co-founder of Fabulosa Fest women’s music festival. Perry speaks with Michael Colbruno about the ongoing restoration of Berkeley’s historic UC Theatre.
Episode # 242
Monday — Friday, September 22 – 26, 11:30 am & 10:30pm
Saturday & Sunday, September 27 – 28, 10:30pm
David Perry is taking a dip for charity – being “thrown in the pool” at the annual “Celebrity Pool Toss” to benefit the Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation. Perry speaks with Donna Sachet, longtime emcee for the event. Perry chats with Neil Figurelli about the programs offered by the Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation.
Episode # 243
Monday — Friday, September 29 – October 3, 11:30 am & 10:30pm
Saturday & Sunday, October 4 – 5, 10:30pm
David Perry chats with Eric Smith, curator of Peter Berlin: A Solo Exhibition of Photographs. Perry also interviews Karen Sundheim, program manager at the James C. Hormel LGBT Center of the San Francisco Public Library.
Ten Percent is also available 24/7 through the “On Demand” Feature through your Comcast Cable Network. Choose “Get Local” and “Comcast Hometown” to access Ten Percent. Past shows may also be viewed online at www.comcasthometown.com.
Become a fan on Facebook: 10 Percent on Facebook
About 10 Percent
Comcast Hometown Network (CHN), Comcast’s regional cable network covering Northern and Central California, continues its commitment to quality original programming with Ten Percent, a weekly interview series that focuses on lesbian, bisexual, gay and transgender (LGBT) issues. The half-hour show, created and hosted by long-time San Francisco media professional David Perry, airs on Channel 104, Mondays – Thursdays at 11:30am & 8pm and is available to all Comcast digital cable customers throughout Northern and Central California. Each episode will then be available online at www.comcasthometown.com as well as on Comcast’s popular ON DEMAND platform, which is free to Comcast digital customers. To view Ten Percent ON DEMAND, Comcast Digital Cable customers can tune to Channel 1 on their Digital Cable lineup or press the ON DEMAND button on their remote control, then click on the “Get Local” section, then click on “Comcast Hometown.”
“I jokingly call the show ‘Charlie Rose for the LGBT world,” said David Perry, Producer/Host of Ten Percent. “We may be only ten percent of the general population, in round numbers, but our issues are one hundred percent front-and-center in today’s world. Whether it’s the fight for marriage equality or debates about gay clergy or the right to serve openly in uniform, our issues are reflective of the world at large.”
“David has a well-known and unique voice that bridges many communities,” said Jason Holmes, Executive Producer at Comcast Hometown Network. “David’s talents and the launch of Ten Percent further enhance Comcast’s commitment to our communities and Comcast Hometown Network’s compelling, community-based regional programming,”