Michigan Channel is the University of Michigan’s channel devoted to intelligent talk and lifelong learning. Michigan Channel is a forum for debate, discussion, documentaries and public affairs; its goal is to translate the fervent intellectual life of the university to viewers outside the university.
Lectures, discussions, and programs recorded on-campus, featuring University of Michigan faculty and staff, as well as visiting scholars. This programming includes...
- Saturday Morning Physics lectures, from the Physics Department in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts
- Penny W. Stamps Lectures from the School of Art & Design
- Peace Corps 50th Anniversary events
Michigan Channel is available online. Michigan Channel on Comcast 22 can be seen in Ann Arbor City, Ann Arbor Township, Barton Hills Village, Pittsfield Township, Scio Township, Superior Township, Webster Township, Ypsilanti City, and Ypsilanti Township.
Michigan Channel on Comcast is not available in Lodi Township, Saline or Dexter.