Did you know that JCC TV airs more than just board meetings? Check out the daily programming schedule for the month of October. 9 a.m. NASA X (new program) 9:30 a.m. NASA EDGE (new program) Stay on top of the latest launches, expeditions, and technology being produced by the folks at NASA. The latest episode of NASA EDGE is all about next year’s total solar eclipse and how to plan your observation. 10 a.m. JCC Strategy Open House 11 a.m. William & Mary Panel Discussion: Television, History, and Revolution 1 p.m. Money Talk (new program) 1:30 p.m. Future Talk (new program) 2 p.m. The Garage with Steve Butler (new episodes) 2:30 p.m. The Garage with Steve Butler (new episodes) 3 p.m. Colour In Your Life (new episodes) 3:30 p.m. Colour In Your Life (new episodes) 4 p.m. The Language of Business (new episodes) 4:30 p.m. The Language of Business (new episodes) 5 p.m. Conscious Living (new program) 5:30 p.m. Eat Well, Be Happy (new episodes) 6 p.m. Real Virginia (new episodes) 6:30 p.m. Strata: Portraits of Humanity (new episodes) 7 p.m. The Road to Recovery (new episodes) Produced by a branch of the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, this month’s episode features James City County resident Jan Brown. Brown is executive director of the Spirit Works Foundation. She discusses how family members can make difference in children’s lives and how they impacted her own recovery as well. 8 p.m. Journey on the Chesapeake: The Long Way Home (new program) Filmmaker Dave Miller’s new documentary spotlights the stories, people, and industry of the Rappahannock and York Rivers of the Chesapeake Bay. The film includes interviews with local watermen, chefs, and many others. 9 p.m. Heroin: The Hardest Hit (new program) Between 2011 and 2013, every region of the state experienced an increase in heroin overdose fatalities. From the Office of Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring, a documentary on the prescription and heroin drug epidemic and how it’s affecting residents of Virginia. 10 p.m. Jamestown Discovery: Finding the Founders of English America JCC TV can be seen on Cox Channel 48 and now in HD on channel 1048. The channel is also streaming online at jamescitycountyva.gov.