Programs – WMCT
WMCT TV shows are broadcast on local cable channel 8(Comcast) and 33(Verizon). Shows are listed in alphabetical order.
WMCT TV Current Programs
A Day In The Life
Are you stuck behind a desk? Are you sitting in a cubicle and staring at a computer screen all day? Well, A Day In The Life gives you the chance to break away from that by giving you a behind the scenes look at people who don’t have your typical kind of job. Show hosts like Melanie Francis, Alexandra Grace and Meaghann Mellen introduce you to ghost hunters, whale veterinarians and emergency response teams…just to name a few!
Susanne Morreale Leeber, President and CEO of the Marlborough Regional Chamber of Commerce has been hosting this business talk show since 1999. Chamber members come on as guests of Sue’s and talk about the ever-changing style of business in the city and the Metrowest Area.
Mayor Arthur Vigeant sits with co-host Dan Guindon and discusses the state of the city. Do you want to stay up to speed with what is happening in the city? Are you looking for an inside look at city departments? This is the program for you! And you get to hear it all from the Mayor of Marlborough!
Alycia Brandt sits down with Marlborough City Councilors to discuss the latest item agendas facing the Council. They also talk about the latest votes and why they made them. If you were looking for a video cliff note version of City Council meetings, this is it!
This is our newest regular series. Next Steps is all about, and for senior citizens. What is the latest news on the new senior center? What programs and benefits are out there for seniors? Show hosts Jennifer Claro and Judy Kane will let you know!
Alycia Brandt introduces you to local non-profit organizations in the area and helps them spread their message. She also has healthy living segments on exercise and eating right. ML also gives you some great seasonal recipes from our friends at Culinary Underground in Southborough.
Do you remember waking up on Saturday mornings to cartoons and kid-friendly programming? So do we! That is why WMCT has brought cartoons back to your weekends! Show host Molly Kelleher shows you cartoons and kid-friendly acts every Saturday and Sunday morning.
Living History host Dan Guindon looks at the history of the city of Marlborough as well as surrounding towns in the Metrowest Area. Did you know that Marlborough was only the second city in the nation to have an electric street car? You would if you watched this show! All of the informative stories and segments are great for any age of audience! Watch Show Now!
Alexandra Grace, Brittany Murphy and Meaghann Mellen bring you great human interest stories. Through The Magazine you’ll get to meet community people and what they have accomplished. You’ll also find some hidden jewels in the city as well as the Metrowest Area. Watch Show Now!
Marlborough This Week
This is YOUR News Marlborough! We are your reliable source for local news and you have many opportunities to catch it. WMCT-TV brings you all the week’s top news stories as well as City Council and School Committee wrap ups.
Alexandra Rosenfeld and Melanie Francis bring you these “oldies, but goodies.” See your old favorites for the first time in a long time! You’ll also learn some behind the scenes secrets as well as movie trivia.
Old School Sports
Do you wish you could see your old games from your days in high, or your kid’s? The Vault gives you that chance. We run old high school games from Marlborough High and Assabet Valley. OH! Did we mention you can see the Marlborough Shamrocks from their glorious championship days? Before the Bruins, Red Sox, Patriots and Celtics were winning championships in the new millennium, the Shams had winning records and championships that no Massachusetts sports teams could match!
To Your Health
Candy Symanski brings the doctors and specialist from UMass Memorial Marlborough Hospital into your living rooms on To Your Health, a discussion-based program that covers the latest in medical treatments and the equipment that is available in the health care field.
The WMCT Vault
There have been so many great moments and events in Marlborough during WMCT’s time that we decided to create a program that runs old specials and shows from Marlborough’s past 20 year.