1:15 AM
A look at careers in policing and training programs at Mohawk College.
1:30 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton - Albion Falls
2:30 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton - Tim Horton's Field
3:30 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton - Cootes Paradise
4:30 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton - Scenic Drive
5:30 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton - Flamborough Farm
6:30 AM
Episode 9 of the Birchway Sound Mini-Concert Series features musicians Kim and Frank Koren.
7:30 AM
A look at student and artists entrepreneurs in Hamilton.
8:00 AM
Linda Marshall discusses women in business with a panel of local experts.
8:30 AM
A look at careers involving prosthetics and orthotics.
8:45 AM
Reem hits the trails at Big Creek Stables to learn how to ride.
9:00 AM
Checking out The Pigeon, Dawson's Hot Sauce and the Black Forest Inn. Hosted by Dan Megna.
9:30 AM
Installation of bathroom exhaust fans.
10:00 AM
Episode 1 of the Innovation in Space series. Learn about the challenges of space exploration and discover Canadarm, advanced robotic arms developed to aid astronauts and space shuttles.
10:51 AM
Hungry in Hamilton: We learn what it takes to be a restaurant owner in Hamilton and how the food scene is constantly evolving. Created by students at Mohawk College.
11:00 AM
How McMaster University's Athletic and Security Services departments are working towards ending gender-based violence.
11:30 AM
Paula speaks to Jennifer Lynn about her transformation story.
12:00 PM
From: Friday, July 12, 2019 Hamilton Honeybadger Vs Saskatoon Rattlers
2:02 PM
Episode 9 of the Birchway Sound Mini-Concert Series features musicians Kim and Frank Koren.
3:01 PM
Clare talks with guests about compassionate communities.
3:30 PM
Checking out The Pigeon, Dawson's Hot Sauce and the Black Forest Inn. Hosted by Dan Megna.
4:00 PM
Ward 9 Councillor Brad Clark, Hamilton Job Satisfaction Survey, Neighbour to Neighbour LGBTQ+ programming, Hamilton Fringe preview. News & issues affecting our community.
5:00 PM
Terry Cooke speaks with Steve Buist from the Hamilton Spectator regarding the Code Red series.
5:30 PM
(Repeat) Larry Di Ianni talks with Councillor John-Paul Danko & School Trustee Dawn Danko about their involvement in local politics and how it affects their family life.
6:00 PM
Ward 9 Councillor Brad Clark, Hamilton Job Satisfaction Survey, Neighbour to Neighbour LGBTQ+ programming, Hamilton Fringe preview. News & issues affecting our community.
7:30 PM
Alex Kadet on keyboard and Sabine Ndalamba on electric guitar play some moving melodies accompanied by Celeste Konopka on violin.
8:00 PM
McMaster University develops "Smart Radar" for security screening and meet a couple of kids who have founded their own enterprise to fuel their love of science, computers and robotics
8:50 PM
Metaphysical: Take a closer look at what a psychic medium is. Created by students at Mohawk College.
9:00 PM
Behind the scenes of making the last episode of season 4.
9:30 PM
AJ, Amar and Chico fix up a 2018 Chevy Traverse.
10:00 PM
Ward 9 Councillor Brad Clark, Hamilton Job Satisfaction Survey, Neighbour to Neighbour LGBTQ+ programming, Hamilton Fringe preview. News & issues affecting our community.
11:00 PM
Condensed coverage; From January 12th, 2019 - Kingston Frontenacs at Hamilton Bulldogs KGN 0 HAM 4 - Final
12:45 AM
A look at the career of a midwife including prenatal, labour, birth and postpartum care.
1:00 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton- Harbour West Marina
2:00 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton - Dundurn Castle.
3:00 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton- City Hall.
4:00 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton - Mountain Brow.
5:00 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton - Albion Falls
6:00 AM
Recorded live at West End House Pub featuring musician Duane Rutter.
7:00 AM
Ways members of our community, Mohawk College and Hamilton Police Services are working towards ending gender-based violence.
7:30 AM
Bob shows you how to install a light valance, shows off an antique white kitchen, and takes you on a tour of DecorRestore.
8:00 AM
Linda discuss developing leaders in your organization with guests.
8:30 AM
Community Supports is discussed.
9:00 AM
Pork Scaloppini with Roseanne Longo. Team Ladies of Longos (Lena Gow, Erick Asuncion, Nikki Cooper) face off against Team T-Bones (Antonio Baccellieri, Dimitri Mavridis, Elliot Chopp) in a cooking competition with mystery ingredients.
9:30 AM
Matty Simpson and Adam Ostrosser bring us more folk song tunes accompanied by Justine Fischer on stand up bass.
10:00 AM
Celeste Licorish talks to Mike Moore and Denise McArthur about adaptive sports and how the Challenger Baseball Association is helping people with differences of ability in our community.
10:30 AM
(Repeat) Host Shannon MacKinnon chats with Orphan Black Composer Trevor Yuile, interviews Casting Director Brian Levy & encourages artists to write their own artist`s manifesto.
11:00 AM
(Repeat) Chef Dan Megna cooks up stuffed salmon at his restaurant in Cayuga.
12:00 PM
Saturday, July 13th, Game 4 of the 2nd round series between defending OJBLL Champion Elora Mohawks and the Hamilton Bengals.
1:45 PM
The Road to Indianapolis: Experience the journey of a local drumline group as they head to Indianapolis for the Drum Corps International competition. Created by students at Mohawk College.
2:00 PM
Bob shows you how to install a light valance, shows off an antique white kitchen, and takes you on a tour of DecorRestore.
2:30 PM
Coverage of the 2019 Better Business Expo
3:17 PM
Thrift: Vintage clothes are back in style and we dive into the world of thrifting and how it captured a whole new generation. Created by students at Mohawk College.
3:36 PM
(Repeat) Host Shannon MacKinnon chats with Orphan Black Composer Trevor Yuile, interviews Casting Director Brian Levy & encourages artists to write their own artist`s manifesto.
4:02 PM
Ward 9 Councillor Brad Clark, Hamilton Job Satisfaction Survey, Neighbour to Neighbour LGBTQ+ programming, Hamilton Fringe preview. News & issues affecting our community.
5:00 PM
Recorded live at West End House Pub featuring musician Duane Rutter.
6:00 PM
Dan Megna visits Paper Crane Sushi, My Sweet Sweet World and Dinger's Taps & Grill in Hagersville.
6:30 PM
Celeste Licorish talks to Janice Fennell and Jennifer Jahnke about accessible learning at Mohawk College and a graduate certificate program teaching students how to create accessible media.
7:00 PM
A conversation with Margaret & Charles Juravinski and celebration of their $100 million legacy gift for health research.
7:30 PM
Matty Simpson and Adam Ostrosser bring us more folk song tunes accompanied by Justine Fischer on stand up bass.
8:00 PM
Larry Di Ianni talks with members from The Sons and Daughters of Italy and their involement in the community.
9:00 PM
From: Thursday, July 18, 2019. Hamilton Honeybadgers Vs Fraser Vally Bandits.
10:30 PM
A trip to the dump causes problems for AJ and Amar.
11:00 PM
Condensed coverage; From January 26th, 2019 - MIssissauga Steelheads at Hamilton Bulldogs MIS 3 HAM 4 - Final OT
1:00 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton - Tim Horton's Field
2:00 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton - Cootes Paradise
3:00 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton - Scenic Drive
4:00 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton - Flamborough Farm
5:00 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton- Harbour West Marina
6:00 AM
Featuring musician Steve 'Deeps' Di Piante.
7:00 AM
Celeste Licorish talks to Sarah Jama about her life experiences and her career in social justice for the disabled. Anthony Frisina, the show's community producer, is back to talk about this first season of Above & Beyond.
7:30 AM
Hosted by Amanda Pope.
8:00 AM
The affect gender-based violence has on children and families.
8:30 AM
Linda discusses how to foster a mentally healthy workplace.
9:00 AM
Mid-19th century cooking at Dundurn Castle. Janet makes a Fruit Tart and Herb Pie in the kitchen.
9:30 AM
Benjamin Dakota Rogers and Rachel Heart perform unique local tunes accompanied by Will Macaulay.
10:00 AM
Episode 1 of the Innovation in Space series. Learn about the challenges of space exploration and discover Canadarm, advanced robotic arms developed to aid astronauts and space shuttles.
11:00 AM
Chef Dan Megna visits Caro Restaurant and Cafe, My Thai Restaurant and The Diplomat.
11:30 AM
Bob Assadourian and his master electrician Jon show you the do's and don'ts of doing your own electrical work.
12:00 PM
From: Thursday, July 18, 2019. Hamilton Honeybadgers Vs Fraser Vally Bandits.
1:30 PM
Wild Temagami: Dive in and experience all the wonder and beauty that is Temagami and learn why places like this are so special. Created by students at Mohawk College.
1:45 PM
A Winter Camping Experience: Get your winter boots ready as you get a first hand look at what it's like to go camping during the winter. Created by students at Mohawk College.
2:00 PM
Honouring women in our community. Presented by YWCA Hamilton.
3:00 PM
(Repeat) Larry Di Ianni talks one-on-one with Halima Al-Hatimy, a community health activist.
3:30 PM
Key issues that affect Hamilton.
4:00 PM
From: Sunday, June 16, 2019. Hamilton Wrestling Entertainment.
7:30 PM
Linda discusses how to foster a mentally healthy workplace.
8:00 PM
From: Thursday, July 18, 2019. Hamilton Honeybadgers Vs Fraser Vally Bandits.
9:30 PM
Episode 1 of the Innovation in Space series. Learn about the challenges of space exploration and discover Canadarm, advanced robotic arms developed to aid astronauts and space shuttles.
10:30 PM
Steve rolls in with a new care and everyone wants to surprise him with a new set of rims.
11:00 PM
Condensed coverage; From February 2nd, 2019 - Erie Otters at Hamilton Bulldogs ER 8 HAM 7 - Final
1:00 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton - Dundurn Castle.
2:00 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton- City Hall.
3:00 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton - Tim Horton's Field
4:00 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton - Albion Falls
5:00 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton - Mountain Brow.
6:00 AM
Episode 3 of the Birtchway Sound Mini-Concert Series features Hamilton pop sensation, Nick Pacheco.
6:45 AM
Hard to Imagine: Learn what it would be like if you couldn't imagine anything, as we discover what Aphantasia is. Created by students at Mohawk College.
7:00 AM
Step-by-step instructional yoga exercises for all levels and ages.
7:30 AM
Advance care planning is discussed.
8:00 AM
Reem hits the trails at Big Creek Stables to learn how to ride.
8:15 AM
A look at careers involving prosthetics and orthotics.
8:30 AM
(Repeat) A discussion on electronic wills.
9:00 AM
Checking out The Pigeon, Dawson's Hot Sauce and the Black Forest Inn. Hosted by Dan Megna.
9:30 AM
Linda discusses the drive-by life phenomena with guests.
10:00 AM
Key issues that affect Hamilton. Celeste Licorish talks with Jen Pearson and John Manzin regarding the GRAD TRACK program.
10:30 AM
(Repeat) Host Shannon MacKinnon talks with author Joanne Marlowe, trys some art therapy and get advice from AM900`s Rick Zamperin.
11:00 AM
(Repeat) Chef Dan Megna shows how to make warm potato salad.
12:00 PM
Summit about housing from Hamilton City Council
3:45 PM
Hungry in Hamilton: We learn what it takes to be a restaurant owner in Hamilton and how the food scene is constantly evolving. Created by students at Mohawk College.
4:00 PM
Checking out The Pigeon, Dawson's Hot Sauce and the Black Forest Inn. Hosted by Dan Megna.
4:30 PM
Episode 3 of the Birtchway Sound Mini-Concert Series features Hamilton pop sensation, Nick Pacheco.
5:20 PM
Metaphysical: Take a closer look at what a psychic medium is. Created by students at Mohawk College.
5:30 PM
Home improvement series hosted by Bob Assadourian.
6:00 PM
A conversation with Margaret & Charles Juravinski and celebration of their $100 million legacy gift for health research.
6:45 PM
Paula speaks to Jennifer Lynn about her transformation story.
7:00 PM
The Road to Indianapolis: Experience the journey of a local drumline group as they head to Indianapolis for the Drum Corps International competition. Created by students at Mohawk College.
7:15 PM
On June 24, 2019 Hamilton’s seniors were recognized for their outstanding volunteer contributions to the community at the City of Hamilton’s 24th Annual Senior of the Year Awards.
8:45 PM
Key issues that affect Hamilton. Celeste Licorish talks with Jen Pearson and John Manzin regarding the GRAD TRACK program.
9:10 PM
Thrift: Vintage clothes are back in style and we dive into the world of thrifting and how it captured a whole new generation. Created by students at Mohawk College.
9:30 PM
Behind the scenes of making Downton Alley. Behind-the-Rats.
10:00 PM
Ward 9 Councillor Brad Clark, Hamilton Job Satisfaction Survey, Neighbour to Neighbour LGBTQ+ programming, Hamilton Fringe preview. News & issues affecting our community.
11:00 PM
Condensed coverage; From February 7th, 2019 - Oshawa Generals at Hamilton Bulldogs OSH 4 HAM 3 - Final SO School Day Game
1:00 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton - Cootes Paradise
2:00 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton - Scenic Drive
3:00 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton- Harbour West Marina
4:00 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton - Harbour Birds
5:00 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton - Flamborough Farm
6:00 AM
Episode 4 of the Birtchway Sound Mini-Concert Series features the sultry and powerful voice of Ginger St. James.
6:45 AM
Wild Temagami: Dive in and experience all the wonder and beauty that is Temagami and learn why places like this are so special. Created by students at Mohawk College.
7:00 AM
Dana takes a trip down memory lane at the Educational Archives & Heritage Centre.
7:15 AM
A look at a career as a Sleep Technician who assist in the education, evaluation, and treatment of sleep disorders.
7:30 AM
Linda discuss developing leaders in your organization with guests.
8:00 AM
Senior issues that affect Hamilton.
8:45 AM
Paula speaks to Jennifer Lynn about her transformation story.
9:00 AM
Creating soups at Dundurn Castle.
9:30 AM
A look at youth entrepreneurs in Hamilton.
10:00 AM
Celeste Licorish talks with Anthony Frisina about Above & Beyond and how they plan to bridge the gap between accessibility and inclusion.
11:00 AM
Dan Megna visits Paper Crane Sushi, My Sweet Sweet World and Dinger's Taps & Grill in Hagersville.
11:30 AM
Corey Luek and Dan Thomas play some local folk music tunes accompanied by paul Panchezak and Jason Colavecchia.
12:00 PM
From: Thursday, July 18, 2019. Hamilton Honeybadgers Vs Fraser Vally Bandits.
1:30 PM
Bob Assadourian shows you some painting tips.
2:00 PM
Episode 4 of the Birtchway Sound Mini-Concert Series features the sultry and powerful voice of Ginger St. James.
2:45 PM
A Winter Camping Experience: Get your winter boots ready as you get a first hand look at what it's like to go camping during the winter. Created by students at Mohawk College.
3:00 PM
(Repeat) Larry Di Ianni talks one-on-one with Marvin Karon, Executive Director of the Shakepearience Performing Arts Company, about engaging students and developing greater appreciation for the language of Shakespeare.
3:30 PM
Dan Megna visits Paper Crane Sushi, My Sweet Sweet World and Dinger's Taps & Grill in Hagersville.
4:00 PM
On June 24, 2019 Hamilton’s seniors were recognized for their outstanding volunteer contributions to the community at the City of Hamilton’s 24th Annual Senior of the Year Awards.
5:30 PM
Bob Assadourian shows you some painting tips.
6:00 PM
Ward 9 Councillor Brad Clark, Hamilton Job Satisfaction Survey, Neighbour to Neighbour LGBTQ+ programming, Hamilton Fringe preview. News & issues affecting our community.
7:00 PM
Documentary exposing the stigma facing first responders dealing with mental health issues
8:00 PM
(Repeat) Larry Di Ianni talks one-on-one with Marvin Karon, Executive Director of the Shakepearience Performing Arts Company, about engaging students and developing greater appreciation for the language of Shakespeare.
8:30 PM
Maria Leon escaped from Cuba and now lives and works in Hamilton she talks about this change and how Hamilton has become her home.
8:45 PM
Christine Ford tried to be what she wasn't and had an awakening one day sitting in a mall. She identifies with LGBTQ and also is an energy and vibrational lifecoach.
9:00 PM
From: Sunday, July 21, 2019. Hamilton Honeybadgers Vs Fraser Edmonton Stingers.
10:30 PM
AJ and Amar come up with a plan to put a car in the showroom.
11:00 PM
Condensed coverage; From February 9th, 2019 - Ottawa 67’s at Hamilton Bulldogs OTT 4 HAM 3 - Final
1:00 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton- City Hall.
2:00 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton - Dundurn Castle.
3:00 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton - Mountain Brow.
4:00 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton - Albion Falls
5:00 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton - Tim Horton's Field
6:00 AM
Episode 5 of the Birchway Sound Mini-Concert Series features Scotty Bakalar.
6:50 AM
Hard to Imagine: Learn what it would be like if you couldn't imagine anything, as we discover what Aphantasia is. Created by students at Mohawk College.
7:00 AM
How local sports teams are working towards ending gender-based violence. Visit MentorAction.org for more information.
7:30 AM
Coping with grief and loss.
8:00 AM
Linda Marshall discusses women in business with a panel of local experts.
8:30 AM
Adam talks about blended families.
9:30 AM
Home improvement series hosted by Bob Assadourian. In this episode, Bob tackles repairs to a sunroom.
10:00 AM
Innovation in communication opions for those with ALS and new strides in seziure detection using wearable sensors.
10:45 AM
The Road to Indianapolis: Experience the journey of a local drumline group as they head to Indianapolis for the Drum Corps International competition. Created by students at Mohawk College.
11:00 AM
(Repeat) Cooking with Chef Dan Megna at the Twisted Lemon restaurant in Cayuga.
11:30 AM
Maria Leon escaped from Cuba and now lives and works in Hamilton she talks about this change and how Hamilton has become her home.
11:45 AM
Christine Ford tried to be what she wasn't and had an awakening one day sitting in a mall. She identifies with LGBTQ and also is an energy and vibrational lifecoach.
12:00 PM
From: Sunday, July 21, 2019. Hamilton Honeybadgers Vs Fraser Edmonton Stingers.
1:30 PM
How local sports teams are working towards ending gender-based violence. Visit MentorAction.org for more information.
2:00 PM
Coverage of the 2019 Better Business Expo
2:50 PM
Metaphysical: Take a closer look at what a psychic medium is. Created by students at Mohawk College.
3:00 PM
Guests include Paul Nazareth (Canadian Association of Gift Planners), Fred Losani (CEO of Losani Homes) and Alyssa Lai (Hamilton Community Foundation Donor).
3:30 PM
(Repeat) Cooking with Chef Dan Megna at the Twisted Lemon restaurant in Cayuga.
4:00 PM
Ward 9 Councillor Brad Clark, Hamilton Job Satisfaction Survey, Neighbour to Neighbour LGBTQ+ programming, Hamilton Fringe preview. News & issues affecting our community.
5:00 PM
Thrift: Vintage clothes are back in style and we dive into the world of thrifting and how it captured a whole new generation. Created by students at Mohawk College.
5:20 PM
Hungry in Hamilton: We learn what it takes to be a restaurant owner in Hamilton and how the food scene is constantly evolving. Created by students at Mohawk College.
5:30 PM
Larry Di Ianni talks with members from The Sons and Daughters of Italy and their involement in the community.
6:00 PM
From: Sunday, July 21, 2019. Hamilton Honeybadgers Vs Fraser Edmonton Stingers.
7:30 PM
Home improvement series hosted by Bob Assadourian. In this episode, Bob tackles repairs to a sunroom.
8:00 PM
Tuesday, July 23rd, Game 2 of OJBLL Western Finals, Six Nations Rebels vs Hamilton Bengals.
10:00 PM
A conversation with Margaret & Charles Juravinski and celebration of their $100 million legacy gift for health research.
10:30 PM
Lorelei McGuirl Juno nominated and award winning vocalist grew up in Hamilton. However, Lorelei did not start out in life to become a professional artist. After an accident singing helped her through obstacles in life.
11:00 PM
Condensed coverage; From February 13th, 2019 - MIssissauga Steelheads at Hamilton Bulldogs MIS 5 HAM 6 - Final SO
1:00 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton - Scenic Drive
2:00 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton - Cootes Paradise
3:00 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton - Flamborough Farm
4:00 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton - Harbour Birds
5:00 AM
Sights and sounds of Hamilton- Harbour West Marina
6:00 AM
Episode 6 of the Birchway Sound Mini-Concert Series features Mississippi Bends.
6:45 AM
Hard to Imagine: Learn what it would be like if you couldn't imagine anything, as we discover what Aphantasia is. Created by students at Mohawk College.
7:00 AM
Step-by-step instructional yoga exercises.
7:30 AM
Celeste Licorish talks with John Spatazzo and Karen Hartnett about Marydale Park and Camp Marydale, a fully accessible camping experience.
8:00 AM
Linda discusses how to foster a mentally healthy workplace.
8:30 AM
Larry Di Ianni talks with members from The Sons and Daughters of Italy and their involement in the community.
9:00 AM
Chef Dan Megna visits Caro Restaurant and Cafe, My Thai Restaurant and The Diplomat.
9:30 AM
How McMaster University's Athletic and Security Services departments are working towards ending gender-based violence.
10:00 AM
Palliative care and support for children.
10:30 AM
(Repeat) Join Shannon as she chats with potter Scott Barnim, learns about the great programs at the Hamilton Conservatory for the Arts and shares her experience with how beneficial art education is to a child's growth.
11:00 AM
Mid-19th century cooking at Dundurn Castle.
11:30 AM
Bob Assadourian shows what you can do to prepare your home for the winter weather.
12:00 PM
Tuesday, July 23rd, Game 2 of OJBLL Western Finals, Six Nations Rebels vs Hamilton Bengals.
2:00 PM
Thrift: Vintage clothes are back in style and we dive into the world of thrifting and how it captured a whole new generation. Created by students at Mohawk College.
2:20 PM
Hungry in Hamilton: We learn what it takes to be a restaurant owner in Hamilton and how the food scene is constantly evolving. Created by students at Mohawk College.
2:30 PM
Using math, science and machine learnings to connect healthcare.
3:00 PM
Celeste Licorish talks with John Spatazzo and Karen Hartnett about Marydale Park and Camp Marydale, a fully accessible camping experience.
3:30 PM
Chef Dan Megna visits Caro Restaurant and Cafe, My Thai Restaurant and The Diplomat.
4:00 PM
A conversation with Margaret & Charles Juravinski and celebration of their $100 million legacy gift for health research.
4:30 PM
(Repeat) Larry Di Ianni talks one-on-one with Stefan Gnys about his book "'First Kills", about a Polish pilot credited with shooting down the first two German aircraft of WWII on September 1, 1939.
5:00 PM
Terry talks with Sevaun Palvetzian, CEO of CivicAction.
5:30 PM
Bob Assadourian shows what you can do to prepare your home for the winter weather.
6:00 PM
Celebrating outstanding accomplishments in our business community.
7:30 PM
On June 24, 2019 Hamilton’s seniors were recognized for their outstanding volunteer contributions to the community at the City of Hamilton’s 24th Annual Senior of the Year Awards.
9:00 PM
Automotive advice with host Kirk Robinson (courtesy of YourTV).
10:00 PM
Ward 9 Councillor Brad Clark, Hamilton Job Satisfaction Survey, Neighbour to Neighbour LGBTQ+ programming, Hamilton Fringe preview. News & issues affecting our community.
11:00 PM
Condensed coverage; From February 16th, 2019 - Peterborough Petes at Hamilton Bulldogs PBO 4 HAM 6 - Final