[We are currently on hiatus.]
ARCHIVES: See the several pages (years) of shows on our Vimeo Channel
We broadcast local, progressive television every other Wednesday, 8:30-9:30 PM
via Houston Media Source public access cable TV inside Houston city limits—and streaming online.
CALL-IN NUMBER DURING THE SHOW: -713-807-1794
See HMS for studio info, including the address in case you want to join us in person.
HEY! catch the show live on hmstv.org!
GreenWatch is a locally produced, live, call-in TV show that has aired since 1999. Shows usually air live every other Wednesday, with planning meetings on the Wednesdays in between.
We welcome Volunteers! Contact the GreenWatch TV crew member by phone or email:
- Bernadine Williams: 832-397-0352 HarrisCountyGreens@gmail.com
- Mary Hendricks: MHendric@hotmail.com
- Brian Harrison: 713-635-5286
We welcome your suggestion for TOPICS and GUESTS for future shows!
* GreenWatch is a project of the Harris County Green Party. *
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Music played during the show (especially during in-tro and out-tro) has been an evolving element. In the beginning back in late 1999/early 2000 or so, canned 'public domain' clips gave something... Then we got a Free Radicals CD and encouragement to use it on the air free from Houston musician/activist Nick Cooper, so we used several cuts from that pretty exclusively for a year or so. Then on KPFT's Democracy Now! we heard "Is It For Freedom" by Sara Thomsen, tracked her down and got permission to use that song, so did and still do upon occasion. We also play songs from GASCD, including:
Bruce Cockburn "Call It Democracy"
Propagandhi "Today's Empires, Tomorrow's Ashes"
Michael Franti "Oh My God"
Rheostatics "Bad Time to be Poor"
Get this excellent double disk set! (GASCD: Governments Accountable to Society and Citizens = Democracy; thanks, Susan and Allan in Ontario, for turning us on to this.)
And we're looking to air tunes from Green Revolution when/if Sudden Death responds.
Come on down! Our show ends at 9:30 PM, and a short, topical song might fit in real nice to close the show.