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Retro: Boston - Monday July 4, 1966

Source TV Guide, Eastern New England edition

2 - WGBH Boston (Educational)

05:15p The Friendly Giant

05:30a Whats New an afternoon adventure of some Danish children in search of their lost
pony

06:00p Opinion In the Capital

06:30p News- Louis Lyons

06:45p Backgrounds

07:00p Nine on Japan A social worker tires to persuade elderly farmers to go to an institution
for the aged. Rumi Ueno is the hostess.

07:30p U.S.A. writers Richard Rovere: Journalism as an Art

08:00p The French Chef Julia Child prepares turban of sole, a mousse baked in a ring of fish
filets

08:30p Freedom Trail

09:00p Moment of Impact (special) documentary about the plane crash in Montreal on Nov.
29, 1963

09:30p The Uprooted (special) tribute to turn-of-the-century immigrants

10:00p Interconnect: News

10:30p Interconnect: Focus 66 (special)

3 WTIC Hartford (CBS)

06:30a Summer Semester (same as WHDH @ 6a)

07:00a News, Weather

07:05a CBS News Mike Wallace

07:30a Your Community


07:55a Lets Talk About

08:00a Captain Kangaroo The Captain explains the meaning of the Declaration of
Independence

09:00a Hap Richards children

09:15a Deputy Dawg (color)

09:30a Leave It to Beaver

10:00a I Love Lucy

10:30a Movie Beyond Glory 1948; Alan Ladd, Donna Reed

12:00p Love of Life

12:25p CBS News

12:30p Search for Tomorrow

12:45p The Guiding Light

01:00p Movie This Above All part 5 1942; Tyrone Power, Joan Fontaine, Thomas Mitchell

01:30p As the World Turns

02:00p Password celebrity players: Elizabeth Ashley and Soupy Sales

02:30p House Party columnist Sheilah Graham discusses Hollywood romances (color)

03:00p To Tell the Truth

03:30p Dick Van Dyke (delayed from 11:30a)

04:00p Ranger Andy (color)

04:30p Horse Race (Special) The Suburban Handicap, $100,000 added, three-year-olds and up
at a mile and one-quarter. Fred Capossela, Jack Drees and Eddie Acaro report live from New York
Citys Aqueduct race course. Live (color)

Movie is delayed until 5p

05:00p Movie South to Karanga 1940; Charles Bickford

06:05p Sports Bob Steele

06:15p News Bruce Kern

06:25p Weather
06:30p CBS Evening News Walter Cronkite

07:00p Movie Savage Wilderness 1955; Victor Mature, Guy Madison, James Whitmore (color)
(WTIC ran preempted programming on weekend afternoons)

09:00p Andy Griffith Barney returns for the class reunion (color)

09:30p Hazel Harold is receiving expensive gifts from his elderly schoolteacher (color)

10:00p Talent Scouts presenters: Al Hirt, Zsa Zsa Gabor, Carolyn Jones, Art Linkletter (color)

11:00p News, Sports, Weather

11:20p Movie Hells Horizons 1955; John Ireland, Marla English, Hugh Beaumont

4 WBZ Boston (NBC)

06:15a Sign On Seminar Job Training Through Manpower Development: Welder

06:45a Daily Almanac Jack Chase, Don Kent

07:00a Today the program is devoted to a filmed tour of Mystic Seaport, Conn. (color); local
news at 7:25, 8:25

09:00a Contact! Bob Kennedy; traveler and historian Edward Rowe Snow takes viewers on a
tour of Boston Harbor

10:00a Eye Guess (color)

10:25a NBC News Sander Vanocur (color)

10:30a Concentration

11:00a Chain Letter DEBUT comedian Jan Murray is the host of this half-hour, weekday word-
building series featuring contestants paired with celebrity guests (this week, Betty White and
Hans Conried) (color)

11:30a Showdown DEBUT Radio and TV show personality Joe Pyne emcees this half-hour
weekday game show played by two three-member teams. The Bantams, pre-teen rock n rollers,
provide music. (color)

12:00p News Jack Chase, Shelby Scott

12:25p Weather Don Kent

12:30p Mike Douglas co-host: Bill Cosby; guests: author-humorist Harry Golden, singer Bernice
Massey and comic Jack Petter
02:00p Days of Our Lives (color)

02:30p The Doctors

03:00p Another World (color)

03:30p You Dont Say! celebrity panelists: Rose Marie and Rod Serling (color)

04:00p The Match Game celebrity players: Robert Goulet and his wife, Carol Lawrence (color)

04:30p Leave It to Beaver

05:00p Movie Three For the Show 1955; Betty Grable, Jack Lemmon

06:30p News Arch Macdonald, Gene Pell, Shelby Scott

06:45p Sports Bob Clinksdale

06:55p Weather Al Boyer

07:00p Baseball Minnesota Twins vs. Cleveland Indians (special, color)

The following shows are preempted: Huntley-Brinkley Report, Hullabaloo, The John Forsythe
Show, Dr. Kildare and John Davidson

10:00p Run For Your Life (time approximate) Strangers at the Door (color)

11:00p News Pell, Macdonald

11:10p Weather Bob Copeland

11:15p Sports Bob Clinkscale

11:20p News Pell, Macdonald

11:30p Merv Griffin guests: comedienne Totie Fields, the comedy team of Pat and Bert, singer
Gilbert Price, and comic Pete Barbuti

5 WHDH Boston (CBS)

06:00a Summer Semester Afro-Asian Politics: Modern Associational Politics, part 1. Prof.
Immanuel Wallerstein of Columbia lectures.

06:30a News, Weather, Sports (color)

06:35a Ray Dorey variety (color); the Boston Globe lists it as FYI Ray Dorey

06:50a News, Sports (color)


07:00a Weather Ted Miller (color)

07:05a CBS News Mike Wallace

07:30a Captain Bob (color)

08:00a Captain Kangaroo The Captain explains the meaning of the Declaration of
Independence

09:00a Romper Room (color)

09:30a Chris Evans women (color)

09:45a We Believe religion (color)

10:00a I Love Lucy

10:30a The (Real) McCoys

11:00a Andy Griffith

11:30a Dick Van Dyke

12:00p Love of Life

12:25p CBS News

12:30p Search for Tomorrow

12:45p The Guiding Light

01:00p Baseball Washington Senators (now the Texas Rangers) vs. Boston Red Sox from Fenway
Park; Ned Martin and Mel Parnell report (Scoreboard in color with sportscaster Johnny Most
immediately follows)

The following programs are preempted: PDQ, As The World Turns, Password, House Party, To Tell
the Truth, The Edge of Night

04:00p The Secret Storm

04:30p Kellys Almanac (color)

05:00p Bozo the Clown (color)

06:00p Dateline Boston Leo Egan; Independence Day Dr. Edwin P. Booth discusses the
significance of the holiday (color)

06:25p Weather Ted Miller (color)


06:30p News John Day, Vin Maloney (color)

06:45p Sports Vin Maloney (color)

06:55p Weather Ray Miller (color)

07:00p CBS Evening News Walter Cronkite (color)

07:30p To Tell the Truth

08:00p Ive Got a Secret panel: Bess Myerson, Henry Morgan, Bill Cullen and Betsy Palmer;
celebrity guest: Peter Falk

08:30p Vacation Playhouse summer replacement for Lucille Ball, a series of unsold pilots.
Tonight: Hey, Teacher starring Dwayne Hickman as a teacher fresh out of college facing his first
day teaching third grade

09:00p Andy Griffith Barney returns for the class reunion (color)

09:30p Hazel Harold is receiving expensive gifts from his elderly schoolteacher (color)

10:00p Talent Scouts presenters: Al Hirt, Zsa Zsa Gabor, Carolyn Jones, Art Linkletter (color)

11:00p News Jack Hynes (color)

11:15p Weather Ray Walker (color)

11:20p Sports Don Gillis (color)

11:30p Johnny Carson guest: Dick Cavett (color) NBC

01:00p News, Sports, Weather

01:10p Peter Gunn

6 WTEV New Bedford (ABC)

06:45a News Truman Taylor

07:00a Highway Patrol

07:30a Bwana Don children

08:00a Funtime Uncle Bruce (color)

08:45a News Truman Taylor

09:00a Woman Athena Parker


09:25a News Truman Taylor

09:30a Community Bob Bassett; safe boating is discussed

09:55a News Truman Taylor

10:00a Where the Action Is performers: the Righteous Brothers (This Little Girl of Mine), the
Miracles (Going to a Go-Go), Same Riddle (Angela Jones) and Keith Allison (delayed from
4:30p)

10:30a Dark Shadows (delayed from 4p)

11:00a Supermarket Sweep

11:30a Dating Game

12:00p Donna Reed

12:30p Father Knows Best

01:00p Ben Casey

02:00p Confidential for Women

02:30p A Time For Us

02:55p ABC News Marlene Sanders

03:00p General Hospital

03:30p The Nurses

04:00p Funtime Uncle Bruce

04:30p Horse Race (Special) The Suburban Handicap, $100,000 added, Live (color)

The first 30 minutes of Lloyd Thaxton is preempted

05:00p Lloyd Thaxton Brenda Lee sings All Alone am I, Bill Bailey, Dynamite and
Jambalaya

05:30p News Jack Delaney

05:35p Sports Bob Bassett

05:40p Weather Bill OBrien

05:45p ABC News Peter Jennings

06:00p The Cisco Kid (color)


06:30p Twilight Zone

07:00p Lawman

07:30p 12 OClock High Target 802

08:30p The Legend of Jesse James As Far as the Sea

09:00p A Man Called Shenandoah A Special Talent for Killing

09:30p Peyton Place

10:00p The Avengers The Danger Makers

11:00p News, Sports, Weather

11:15p Movie The Glass Web 1954; Edward G. Robinson, John Forsythe

7 WNAC Boston (ABC)

06:25a Farm and Market Report

06:30a Understanding Our World Law and the Family

07:00a Cartoon Carnival

08:30a Donna Reed (delayed from 12p)

09:00a Gypsy Rose Lee guests: singer-actress Marni Nixon and artists Toshi and Kiso Yoshida

09:30a Girl Talk guests: actress Virginia Gilmore, sculptress Lilly Landis and housewife Annette
Benjamin

10:00a Confidential for Women (delayed from 2p)

11:00a Supermarket Sweep

11:30a Dating Game

12:00p Movie Scaramouche part 1 1952; Stuart Granger, Eleanor Parker, Janet Leigh, Mel
Ferrer

12:30p Father Knows Best

01:00p Ben Casey

02:00p Movie The Eye of St. Mark 1944; Anne Baxter, William Eythe, Michael OShea
03:30p Route 66

04:30p Horse Race (Special) The Suburban Handicap, $100,000 added, Live (color)

Major Mudd is preempted

05:00p Dennis the Menace

05:30p Superman

06:00p News John Henning

06:10p Weather Roland Boucher

06:15p ABC News Peter Jennings

06:30p The Rifleman

07:00p Twilight Zone

07:30p 12 OClock High Target 802

08:30p The Legend of Jesse James As Far as the Sea

09:00p A Man Called Shenandoah A Special Talent for Killing

09:30p Peyton Place Dr. Rossi orders Peyton to leave the hospital; Steven questions Betty
about Rods visit (this is around the time that Mia Farrow left the show)

10:00p Movie Id Climb the Highest Mountain 1951; Susan Hayward, Rory Calhoun

11:00p News John Henning

11:15p Movie continued from 10p

12:00a Movie Halls of Montezuma 1951; Richard Widmark

8 WNHC New Haven (ABC)

06:15a Conversations religion

06:30a Operation Alphabet

07:00a Gloria exercise (color)

07:30a Mr. Goober (color)

09:00a Stoney Burke


10:00a Divorce Court

11:00a Supermarket Sweep

11:30a Dating Game

12:00p Girl Talk panelists: Irene Ryan (Granny on The Beverly Hillbillies), actresses Halia
Stoddard and Mary Wicks

12:30p Girl Talk panelists: comedienne Jean Carroll, socialite Gregg Sherwood Dodge and
actress Eva Gabor

01:00p Baseball Washington Senators (now the Texas Rangers) vs. Boston Red Sox from Fenway
Park; Ned Martin and Mel Parnell report

The following programs are preempted: Ben Casey, Confidential for Women, General Hospital,
Winchell-Mahoney (first 30 min)

04:00p Winchell-Mahoney

04:55p Mike Douglas (same as WBZ @ 12:30p)

06:25p Horse Derby (color)

06:30p News Stelio Salmona

06:40p Weather Joe Francis

06:45p ABC News Peter Jennings

07:00p The Flintstones (delayed from Friday @ 7:30p (channel 8 runs a movie on Friday); no
color notation)

07:30p 12 OClock High Target 802

08:30p The Legend of Jesse James As Far as the Sea

09:00p A Man Called Shenandoah A Special Talent for Killing

09:30p Peyton Place

10:00p The Avengers The Danger Makers

11:00p News George Thompson

11:10p Weather Bob Hynes

11:15p Sports Dick Galiette


11:20p Movie The Fountainhead 1949; Gary Cooper, Patricia Neal

01:05p Tell Me, Dr. Brothers

9 WMUR Manchester (ABC)

09:30a Clyde Joy music

10:00a News Ron Ripley

10:05a Movie Mountain Rhythm 1939; Gene Autry, Smiley Burnette

11:00a Supermarket Sweep

11:30a Dating Game

12:00p Donna Reed

12:30p Father Knows Best

01:00p Ben Casey

02:30p A Time For Us

02:55p ABC News Marlene Sanders

03:00p General Hospital

03:30p The Nurses

04:00p Dark Shadows

04:30p Where the Action Is performers: Brenda Lee (Dum Dum, I Aint Gonna Cry No
More), The Robbs (Do You Believe in Magic?) and Steve Alaimo (Lotta Lovin)

05:00p Uncle Gus cartoons

06:00p Bat Masterson

06:30p News Ron Ripley

06:40p Weather Gus Bernier

06:45p ABC News Peter Jennings

07:00p Tombstone Territory

07:30p 12 OClock High Target 802


08:30p The Legend of Jesse James As Far as the Sea

09:00p A Man Called Shenandoah A Special Talent for Killing

09:30p Peyton Place

10:00p The Avengers The Danger Makers

11:00p News, Weather Ron Ripley

11:15p Movie Johnny Concho 1956; William Conrad, Phyllis Kirk

10 WJAR Providence (NBC)

06:25a TV Classroom

06:55a Today in New England

07:00a Today the program is devoted to a filmed tour of Mystic Seaport, Conn. (color); local
news at 7:25, 8:25

09:00a Talk of the Town Jay Kroll

09:30a World Around Us

09:55a News, Weather

10:00a Eye Guess (color)

10:25a NBC News Sander Vanocur (color)

10:30a Concentration

11:00a Chain Letter DEBUT (color)

11:30a Showdown DEBUT (color)

12:00p Jeopardy (color)

12:30p Swingin Country DEBUT (color)

12:55p NBC News Edwin Newman

01:00p Gypsy Rose Lee guests: actresses Ruth Roman and Nancy Czar (female lead of Wild
Guitar, one of my favorite B movies), and Jeri Emmett, author of Point Your Tail in the Right
Direction

01:30p Lets Make a Deal (color)


01:55p NBC News (color)

02:00p Days of Our Lives (color)

02:30p The Doctors

03:00p Another World (color)

03:30p You Dont Say! celebrity panelists: Rose Marie and Rod Serling (color)

04:00p The Match Game celebrity players: Robert Goulet and his wife, Carol Lawrence (color)

04:30p Leave It to Beaver

05:00p Movie Charlie Chan at the Racetrack 1936; Waner Oland, Keye Luke

06:00p Film Feature

06:15p News Dick Wood

06:25p Weather Bunny North

06:30p Huntley-Brinkley Report (color)

07:00p Baseball Minnesota Twins vs. Cleveland Indians (special, color)

The following shows are preempted: the Monday night movie and John Davidson

10:00p Run For Your Life (time approximate) Strangers at the Door (color)

11:00p News Bob Cain

11:10p Weather Bunny North

11:15p Johnny Carson guest: Dick Cavett (color)

12 WPRO Providence (CBS)

06:30a Summer Semester Afro-Asian Politics: Communism in Asia. Wayne Wilcox of


Columbia.

07:00a Three Stooges, Popeye

07:45a The King and Odie

08:00a Captain Kangaroo The Captain explains the meaning of the Declaration of
Independence
09:00a Romper Room Bonnie Riker

09:30a Dialing for Dollars

10:00a I Love Lucy

10:30a Mike Douglas co-host: Frank Fontaine; guests: actor Sebastian Cabot, singer Dorothy
Collins, British journalist James Cameron

11:30a Dick Van Dyke

12:00p Love of Life

12:25p CBS News

12:30p Search for Tomorrow

12:45p The Guiding Light

01:00p Baseball Washington Senators (now the Texas Rangers) vs. Boston Red Sox from Fenway
Park; Ned Martin and Mel Parnell report

The following programs are preempted: Girl Talk, As the World Turns, Password, House Party,
The Edge of Night

04:00p Saltys Surprise House

04:30p Huckleberry Hound

05:00p Merv Griffin guests: comics Joe E. Lewis and Al Kelley, TV personality Virginia Graham,
comic Dayton Allen and singer-guitarist Jose Feliciano

06:25p Horse Derby

06:30p CBS Evening News Walter Cronkite

07:00p News Ed Kane, Steve Schatz

07:15p Sports Chris Clark

07:20p Weather Ed Miller

07:25p Master Key Miller, Bouchard

07:30p To Tell the Truth

08:00p Ive Got a Secret

08:30p Vacation Playhouse


09:00p Andy Griffith (color)

09:30p Hazel (color)

10:00p Talent Scouts (color)

11:00p News Mort Blender, Steve Schatz

11:15p Weather Hank Bouchard

11:25p Sports Chris Clark

11:30p Movie The Phantom President 1932

14 WJZB Worcester (Ind) channel 14 does not colorcast

06:00p Rocky and His Friends

06:15p Sports Bill Rasmussen (from WWLP Springfield)

06:30p Huntley-Brinkley Report

07:00p Oral Roberts religion

07:15p Summer Highlights

07:30p Men Into Space

08:00p Cannonball

08:30p Highway Patrol

09:00p Aquanauts

10:00p sign-of

38 WIHS Boston (Ind) and some network programming not cleared by the local affiliates

12:00p Jeopardy (color) NBC

12:30p Swingin Country DEBUT the accent is on Country and Western music in this weekly
(sic) series, starring singers Rusty Draper, Molly Bee and Roy Clark. Jimmie Rogers, todays guest,
sings Its Over. (color) NBC

12:55p NBC News Edwin Newman NBC


01:00p Favorite Story

01:30p Lets Make a Deal (color) NBC

01:55p NBC News (color) NBC

02:00p Love That Bob

02:30p A Time For Us ABC

02:55p ABC News Marlene Sanders ABC

03:00p Ann Sothern

03:30p The Nurses ABC

04:00p Dark Shadows ABC

04:30p Where the Action Is performers: Brenda Lee (Dum Dum, I Aint Gonna Cry No
More), The Robbs (Do You Believe in Magic?) and Steve Alaimo (Lotta Lovin) ABC

05:00p Supercar

05:30p Cartoon Party

05:45p News (John) Parke, Harrigan

06:00p Lloyd Thaxton the Tokens sing I Hear Trumpets Blow (color)

07:00p Movie The Flirting Widow 1930; Basil Rathbone

08:30p You Are There

09:00p Dr. Christian

09:30p Soldiers of Fortune

10:00p News Parke, Harrigan

10:15p Movie The Girl from 10th Avenue 1935; Bette Davis

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Re: Retro: Boston - Monday July 4, 1966

I had thought that the old WHDH-5 has occasional broadcast Red Sox home games in color as far
back as 1960, and had done all the televised home games in color during 1966.

Also, I thought the "CBS Evening News" had been colorcast since January of that year.

Except for a segment on "Captain Kangaroo", "Dateline Boston", and the baseball games, you'd
hardly know it was July 4th. No special concerts of parades on TV.

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Re: Retro: Boston - Monday July 4, 1966

WHDH started regular colorcasts from Fenway Park the following season. There may have been a
few games in color but it wasn't consistent.

CBS Evening News was in color - it's marked correctly on the WHDH listing but for some reason I
missed it on the WPRO listing.

The Boston Pops concert on the Esplinade didn't become a big event until the Bicentennial, so
I'm not surprised that it wasn't shown on TV.

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Quote Originally Posted by MCarney wrote:

The Boston Pops concert on the Esplanade (Hatch Shell) didn't become a big event until the
Bicentennial, so I'm not surprised that it wasn't shown on TV.

The concert as we now know it didn't begin until 1974, and the final portion of the 1976 concert
was broadcast as part of CBS's (and maybe ABC's and NBC's as well) coverage of Bicentennial
Day.

I believe that prior to 1974, the Pops did an outdoor matinee concert at the Hatch Shell on July
4th.

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Red Sox TV Network In The Sixties (Was: Re: Retro: Boston - Monday July 4, 1966)

If my memory serves me correct (I'm thinking back to an old list of Boston Red Sox TV affiliates
from a mid-1960's Sox yearbook I no longer have), only one CBS-TV affiliate in New England (the
old WTIC-3 Hartford) wasn't part of the Sox' TV set-up during this era and that only three of the
Red Sox affiliates weren't CBS stations.

As Maureen Carney pointed out earlier in this thread, the old WNHC-8 New Haven was one; I
think NBC affiliate WWLP-22 Springfield was the other (then, Springfield got CBS from the then-
WTIC-3 Hartford; also, WWLP had a full-power satellite station in Greenfield, WRLP-32, and a
translator further north in the Connecticut Valley).

Thus, I suspect this would be the Red Sox TV network lineup in the mid-1960's:

* WHDH-5 Boston (flagship)

* WPRO-12 Providence

* WNHC-8 New Haven

* WWLP-22 Springfield

* WRLP-32 Greenfield

* WCAX-3 Burlington

* WGAN-13 Portland

* WABI-5 Bangor
* WAGM-8 Presque Isle.

(I'm not sure, but didn't WAGM get network programs of-air from Bangor?? If they did, WAGM
got the Red Sox because games would pre-empt the regular CBS fare on WABI; while WAGM was
affiliated with all three networks, I think they took more shows from CBS then from ABC or NBC).

Retro - This Week in TV Guide, June 28, 1975 - MSP Edition

This week I take a look at how TV had changed between the 50s and 60s and the mid 70s. For
example, many of our favorite classic series were just everyday syndicated shows in 1975, and
the feature film was a staple of local broadcasts. Also, it's the eve of the year-long Bicentennial
celebration, and Tom Snyder's Tomorrow show takes to the airwaves for a live 6-hour broadcast;
and whatever happened to that anti-violence campaign?

http://www.itsabouttv.com/2013/06/th...e-28-1975.html

As always your comments, positive as well as negative, are welcome.

And now today's feature listing:

Monday, June 30, 1975

KTCA, Channel 2 (PBS)

Afternoon

02:00p Quality of Urban Life

03:30p Seminar for the 70s

04:00p Mister Rogers Neighborhood

04:30p Sesame Street

05:30p The Electric Company


Evening

06:00p German I

06:30p The French Chef

07:00p Rachel, La Cubana

08:30p One of a Kind (Oscar Brown Jr., Jean Pace)

09:00p Bicycling

09:30p Speaking Freely (Austrian Chancellor Bruno Kreisky)

WCCO, Channel 4 (CBS)

Morning

05:30a Summer Semester (Science and Society A Humanistic View)

06:00a CBS News (Hughes Rudd)

06:30a Not For Women Only

07:00a Carmen

07:30a Clancy and Willie

08:00a Captain Kangaroo

09:00a Spin-Of

09:30a Gambit

10:00a Tattletales

10:30a Love of Life

10:55a Live Today

11:00a The Young and the Restless

11:30a Search for Tomorrow

Afternoon

12:00p Midday
12:30p As the World Turns

01:00p Guiding Light

01:30p The Edge of Night

02:00p The Price is Right

02:30p Match Game 75

03:00p Musical Chares

03:30p Movie The Apaches Last Battle

05:30p CBS News (Walter Cronkite)

Evening

06:00p News (local)

06:30p Lets Make a Deal

07:00p Gunsmoke

08:00p Maude

08:30p Rhoda

09:00p Medical Center

10:00p News (local)

10:50p Movie The Last Rebel

KSTP, Channel 5 (NBC)

Morning

06:00a Minnesota Today

07:00a Today

09:00a Celebrity Sweepstakes (Gladys Knight, David Groh, George Hamilton, Adrienne Barbeau)

09:30a Wheel of Fortune

10:00a High Rollers


10:30a Hollywood Squares (Mel Brooks, Ed Asner, Joan Rivers, David Brenner, Karen Valentine,
Florence Henderson, George Gobel, Paul Lynde)

11:00a Jackpot!

11:30a Blank Check

11:55a NBC News (Edwin Newman)

Afternoon

12:00p News

12:10p Take Five

12:25p Take Kerr

12:30p Days of Our Lives

01:30p The Doctors

02:00p Another World

03:00p Somerset

03:30p Dick Van Dyke (B&W)

04:00p The Mod Squad

05:00p Hogans Heroes

05:30p NBC News ( John Chancellor)

Evening

06:00p News (local)

06:30p Hollywood Squares (Desmond Wilson, Anthony Newley, Phyllis Diller, Wayne Rogers,
Suzanne Pleshette, George Gobel, Rose Marie)

07:00p Joe Garagolia

07:15p Monday Night Baseball (Cardinals vs. Phillies)

10:00p News (local)

10:30p Johnny Carson (guest host McLean Stevenson, Steve Allen, Linda Redfearn)

12:00a Tomorrow (Sammy Cahn, Jule Styne)


KMSP, Channel 9 (ABC)

Morning

07:00a A.M. America

09:00a Dinah! (Peggy Lee, Loretta Swit, George Carlin, Adela Rogers St. Johns, Steven Cobb)

10:00a Money Maze

10:30a Brady Bunch

11:00a Showofs

11:30a All My Children

Afternoon

12:30p Lets Make a Deal

01:00p $10,000 Pyramid

01:30p Big Showdown

02:00p General Hospital

02:30p One Life to Live

03:00p To Tell The Truth (Tom Poston, Peggy Cass, Bill Cullen, Kitty Carlisle)

03:30p Mike Douglas (Robert Goulet, the Golddiggers, Annabella Battistella, The Flying Farias)

05:00p News (local)

05:30p ABC News (Smith/Reasoner)

Evening

06:00p Truth or Consequences

06:30p The New Candid Camera

07:00p The Rookies

08:00p S.W.A.T.

09:00p Caribe
10:00p News (local)

10:30p Wide World Mystery The House of Evil

12:00a Movie The Relentless Four (part 1)

01:00a News (local)

WTCN, Channel 11 (Ind.)

Morning

06:30a Whats New?

07:00a New Zoo Revue

07:30a Popeye and Porky

09:00a The Flintstones

09:30a I Dream of Jeannie

10:00a Father Knows Best (B&W)

10:30a Andy Griffith (B&W)

11:00a Lucy Show (B&W)

11:30a Whats New?

Afternoon

12:30p That Girl

01:00p Movie Along the Great Divide (B&W)

03:00p Petticoat Junction

03:30p Bewitched (B&W)

04:00p The Flintstones

04:30p Gentle Ben

05:00p Mickey Mouse Club (B&W)

05:30p Star Trek


Evening

06:30p Andy Griffith (B&W)

07:00p Oral Roberts

08:00p Merv Griffin (nutrition and medicine with Dr. Wilbur Currier, Dr. Juan Wilson, nutritionist
Carlton Fredericks)

09:30p News (local)

10:00p The F.B.I.

11:00p Perry Mason (B&W)

12:00a Alfred Hitchcock Presents (B&W)

12:30a Alfred Hitchcock Presents (B&W)

KTCI, Channel 17 (PBS Alternate)

Evening

07:30p Overseas Mission

08:00p David Susskind (Theodore H. White and Jimmy Breslin)

09:45p Film

10:00p ABC News (captioned replay for the hearing-impaired)

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07-02-2013, 08:59 AM #2

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Re: Retro - This Week in TV Guide, June 28, 1975 - MSP Edition

Oral Roberts on 11, a Metromedia Station on a weeknight????? UNUSUAL!!!!! Metromedia was


big with first run Metromedia produced syndicated shows or local productions in prime time..
MY GUESS???? A ONE TIME SPECIAL!!! Oral Roberts did have occasional prime time specials
when he would buy time on stations across the country.
As for my local Metormedia station WNYW FOX 5, then WNEW TV - they were big with cartoons
6:30 to 9 a.m., classic sitcoms 9 a.m. to Noon, local shows like Midday from 12 noon or so till
about 1:30, a couple more older sitcoms till 2:30, cartoons 2:30 to 5 or 5:30 p.m., sitcoms till 8
p.m., Merv Griffin and a game show in prime time and eventually PM Magazine at 8 p.m., local
news at 10 p.m., a couple sictoms till midnight, and drama shows overnights, and maybe a very
old movie - pre 1960. Saturdays till 1976 were westerns, drama shows, and very old movies from
the 30's, 40's, and 50's. In the late 70's, WNEW TV ran cartoons from 6:30 a.m. to 11 a.m., then
Soul Train, then an old movie, then some sitcoms from 2 to 5 p.m., and then a mix of drama
shows and old movies. Sundays Channel 5 ran a local kids show called Wonderama which ran a
couple Bugs Bunny/Porky Pig/Dafy Duck cartoons an hour from 8-11, a double run of
Flintstones at 11, and then old movies the rest of the day. After 1976, Wonderama was scaled
back to 7-9 a.m. and cartoons and sictosm ran till noon with old movies occupying the rest of the
day and some drama shows in the evening. Sometimes a drama show would land on weekdays
in the late morning or early fringe but these occupied weekend slots mostly.

Channel 5 ran NO religion except for a black church sevrice till 1977 at like 6:30 a.m., after which
that was gone. Then in 1980 when Wonderama was canceled and another show with that title
which was more of a documentary hour long show moved to Sunday at 9 a.m., Channel 5 began
running religion Sundays 5 to 9 a.m. I remember they ran Robert Schuller at 5, Kenneth
Copeland at 6, Jerry Falwell at 7, and Jimmy Swaggart at 8. By the early 80's Saturday cartoons
were gone some times of the year. Sunday Cartoons tended to run 9-11 a.m. in the fall. The rest
of the year by 1983, WNEW TV was into drama shows till 1 p.m. and then movies from before
1960. Weekdays some older sitcoms fell of for newer ones plus more first run syndicated shows
ran afternoon before 2 p.m.

Then Fox buys the company and evolves Channel 5 to more first run shows and more local news,

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Quote Originally Posted by Marckd

Oral Roberts on 11, a Metromedia Station on a weeknight????? UNUSUAL!!!!! Metromedia was


big with first run Metromedia produced syndicated shows or local productions in prime time..
MY GUESS???? A ONE TIME SPECIAL!!! Oral Roberts did have occasional prime time specials
when he would buy time on stations across the country.

Great stuf, Marckd! And yes, as you might have suspected, the Oral Roberts program on 11 was
a special. As the lone independent in the region they were prone to be the outlet for Oral
Roberts and Billy Graham specials, although I think each of the four commercial stations had
them at one time or another. I'd have to look and see if Roberts' weekly series was carried on 11
or on one of the other stations.

That Friday (July 4th), CBS-TV began airing "Bicentennial Minutes", short tidbits on America,
American History, and the Bicentennial that would air each evening (usually) at 8:58 P.M. ET/PT
for the year leading up to July 4th, 1976.

"Bicentennial Minutes" ran up to December 31, 1976, with outgoing President Ford hosting the
last one.

Retro: Charleston, SC (7/3/95)

Source: The Post and Courier

This post is for spencerkarter85.

WCBD Channel 2 (ABC, Now NBC)

5:30 Ag Day

6:00 World News this Morning

6:30 TV2 Action News

7:00 Good Morning America (Charles Gibson & Joan Lunden)

9:00 Jerry Springer

10:00 Sally Jessy Raphael


11:00 Paid Program

11:30 Mike & Maty

12:30 Loving

1:00 All My Children

2:00 One Life to Live

3:00 General Hospital

4:00 Richard Bey

5:00 Oprah Winfrey Show

6:00 TV2 Action News

6:30 ABC World News Tonight (Peter Jennings)

7:00 Wheel of Fortune

7:30 Jeopardy!

8:00 The Marshal

9:00 Movie: "Bed of Lies" (1992)

11:00 TV2 Action News

11:30 The Cosby Show

Midnight A Diferent World

12:30 ABC News Nightline

1:00 The Little Rascals

1:30 TV2 Action News

2:00 Family Feud

2:30 Donahue

3:30 Home Shopping Spree

WCIV Channel 4 (NBC, Now ABC)


5:30 NBC News at Sunrise (Ann Curry)

6:00 NewsChannel 4

7:00 Today (Bryant Gumbel/Katie Couric)

9:00 Roseanne

9:30 Amen

10:00 Tennis: Wimbledon 4th Round

3:00 Rolonda

4:00 Ricki Lake

5:00 Jenny Jones

6:00 NewsChannel 4

6:30 NBC Nightly News (Tom Brokaw)

7:00 Inside Edition

7:30 A Current Afair

8:00 The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air (2 Episodes)

9:00 Movie: "Tears and Laughter: The Joan & Melissa Rivers Story" (1994)

11:00 NewsChannel 4

11:35 Wimbledon Update (Hannah Storm)

11:50 The Tonight Show

12:50 Late Night with Conan 'O Brien

1:50 Later with Greg Kinnar

2:20 Cops

2:50 American Journal

3:20 NBC News Nightside

WCSC Channel 5 (CBS)


5:00 Rush Limbaugh

5:30 CBS Morning News

6:00 Live 5 News

7:00 CBS This Morning

9:00 Maury Povich Show

10:00 Matlock

11:00 The Price is Right

Noon Live 5 News

12:30 The Young & the Restless

1:30 Bold and the Beautiful

2:00 As The World Turns

3:00 Guiding Light

4:00 In The Heat of the Night

5:00 Montel Williams

6:00 Live 5 News (1-Hour)

7:00 CBS Evening News

7:30 Hard Copy

8:00 The Nanny

8:30 Dave's World

9:00 Murphy Brown

9:30 Cybill

10:00 Chicago Hope

11:00 Live 5 News NightWatch

11:35 Late Night with David Letterman

12:35 Rescue 911


1:05 Rush Limbaugh

1:35 Dennis Prager

2:05 Late Late Show (Tom Synder)

3:05 Live 5 News

3:40 CBS News Up to the Minute

WTAT Channel 24 (Fox)

5:30 Bullwinkle

6:00 Sonic the Hedgehog

6:30 Mice from Mars

7:00 Goof Troop

7:30 Bobby's World

8:00 Darkwing Duck

8:30 Garfield and Friends

9:00 Fox Cubhouse

9:30 Paid Program

10:00 Robin's Hood

11:00 Northern Exposure

Noon Family Matters

12:30 Mama's Family

1:00 Who's the Boss?

1:30 Ronin Warriors

2:00 Exosquad

2:30 Cartoon Show

3:00 Tiny Toon Adventures


3:30 Taz-Mania

4:00 Animanicas

4:30 Aladdin

5:00 Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers

5:30 Family Matters

6:00 Star Trek

7:00 The Simpsons

7:30 Cheers

8:00 Encounters: The Hidden Truth

9:00 Dream On (2 Episodes)

10:00 News

10:30 Married...with Children

11:00 Top Cops

11:30 Real Stories of the Highway Patrol

Midnight Dear John

12:30 Hunter

1:30 Movie: "Tora! Tora! Tora!" (1970)

4:30 Hunter

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Re: Retro: Charleston, SC (7/3/95)

Ah, the days when morning news didn't start until 6AM! And at this time, all 3 stations were in
talk shows at 5PM - I think WCBD was the 1st to start a 5:00 newscast.

-crainbebo

Retro: Boston/Manchester/Providence Mon, July 4, 1994

from Boston Globe

WGBH 2-PBS Boston

6:00 Adam Smith's Money World

6:30 Morning Business Report

6:45 Bloomberg Business News

7:00 Sesame Street

8:00 Shining Time Station

8:30 Barney & Friends

9:00 Lamb Chop's Play-Along

9:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

10:00 Reading Rainbow

10:30 Shining Time Station

11:00 Barney & Friends

11:30 Lamb Chop's Play-Along

noon Sesame Street


1:00 Reading Rainbow

1:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

2:00 Barney & Friends

2:30 Lamb Chop's Play-Along

3:00 Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego?

3:30 Square One Television

4:00 Sesame Street

5:00 Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego?

5:30 Square One Television

6:00 MacNeil-Lehrer NewsHour

7:00 Monday Group

7:30 Are You Being Served?

8:00 A Capitol Fourth 1994 (from DC with host Joel Grey, the National Symphony Orchestra, Faith
Hill, the Neville Brothers, John Raitt, and Florence Henderson; with Erich Kunzel conducting the
pops)

9:30 Making of Baseball

10:00 Bakersfield Country!

11:00 Are You Being Served?

11:30 Charlie Rose

WBZ 4-NBC Boston

5:00 News

7:00 Today

9:00 Bertice Berry

10:00 Vicki!

11:00 Montel Williams


noon News

1:00 Days of Our Lives

2:00 Ricki Lake

3:00 Rolonda

4:00 Maury Povich

5:00 American Journal

5:30 News

7:00 NBC Nightly News

7:30 Entertainment Tonight

8:00 Fresh Prince of Bel-Air

8:30 Blossom

9:00 Movie "She Said No"

11:00 News

11:35 Tonight Show

12:35 Late Night with Conan O'Brien

1:35 News

2:10 Infomercial

2:35 Bertice Berry

3:35 NBC News Nightside

WCVB 5-ABC Boston

5:00 News

7:00 Good Morning America

9:00 Sally Jessy Raphael

10:00 Jerry Springer


11:00 Fourth Finale '93

11:30 News

noon World Cup Soccer: second-round action from Orlando

2:30 Loving

3:00 General Hospital

4:00 Donahue

5:00 Oprah Winfrey

6:00 News

7:00 ABC World News Tonight

7:30 Pops Goes the Fourth! (live simulcast with corporate sibling A&E of the concert from the
Esplanade; Mary Richardson and Jack Perkins co-host with performances by Bowzer & the
Stingrays, Reggie Jackson (a SC singer who performed at Bill Clinton's Inaugural Concert),and
Anita Baker, plus Marvin Hamlisch guest conducting, and a tribute to Arthur Fielder who would
have been 100 years old that year; WCRB-FM also aired the concert)

10:30 Fourth Finale '93

11:00 News

11:35 Soccer Overtime

11:45 ABC News Nightline

12:15 A Current Afair

12:45 Rush Limbaugh

1:15 News

1:45 Extremists

2:15 ABC World News Now

WLNE 6-CBS New Bedford/Providence

5:00 CBS News Up to the Minute

6:00 CBS Morning News


6:30 This Morning's Business

7:00 CBS This Morning

9:00 Sally Jessy Raphael

10:00 Jerry Springer

11:00 Price is Right

noon Designing Women

12:30 Murphy Brown

1:00 Baseball: California-Boston

4:00 Roseanne

4:30 Designing Women

5:00 News

6:30 CBS Evening News

7:00 Cops

7:30 Rescue 911

8:00 Evening Shade

8:30 Dave's World

9:00 Murphy Brown

9:30 Love & War

10:00 Northern Exposure

11:00 News

11:35 Late Show with David Letterman

12:35 Murphy Brown

1:05 Greyhound Racing

1:35 Real Stories of the Highway Patrol

2:05 News
2:40 Sweating Bullets

3:40 CBS News Up to the Minute

WHDH 7-CBS Boston

5:00 News

9:00 Regis & Kathie Lee

10:00 Geraldo

11:00 Price is Right

noon News

12:30 Young & the Restless

1:30 Bold & the Beautiful

2:00 As the World Turns

3:00 Guiding Light

4:00 Inside Edition

4:30 Hard Copy

5:00 News

6:30 CBS Evening News

7:00 Wheel of Fortune

7:30 Jeopardy!

8:00 Evening Shade

8:30 Dave's World

9:00 Murphy Brown

9:30 Love & War

10:00 Northern Exposure

11:00 News
11:35 Late Show with David Letterman

12:35 Night Court

1:05 Jenny Jones

2:05 Hard Copy

2:35 News

3:10 CBS News Up to the Minute

WMUR 9-ABC Manchester

5:00 ABC World News Now

6:00 ABC World News This Morning

7:00 Good Morning America

9:00 Geraldo

10:00 Sally Jessy Raphael

11:00 Maury Povich

noon World Cup Soccer: second-round from Orlando

2:30 Loving

3:00 General Hospital

4:00 In the Heat of the Night

5:00 News

6:30 ABC World News Tonight

7:00 Entertainment Tonight

7:30 Hard Copy

8:00 Day One

9:00 Movie "What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?"

11:00 News
11:35 ABC News Nightline

12:05 Rush Limbaugh

12:35 Infomercial

1:05 Entertainment Tonight

1:35 Jerry Springer

2:35 Donahue

3:35 ABC World News Now

WJAR 10-NBC Providence

5:00 NBC News Nightside

5:30 News

7:00 Today

9:00 Regis & Kathie Lee

10:00 Vicki!

11:00 Leeza

noon News

12:30 Who's the Boss?

1:00 Days of Our Lives

2:00 Another World

3:00 Maury Povich

4:00 Oprah Winfrey

5:00 Golden Girls

5:30 News

6:30 NBC Nightly News

7:00 Hard Copy


7:30 Entertainment Tonight

8:00 Fresh Prince of Bel-Air

8:30 Blossom

9:00 Movie "She Said No"

11:00 News

11:35 Tonight Show

12:35 Late Night with Conan O'Brien

1:35 Later with Greg Kinnear

2:05 News

2:35 NBC News Nightside

WENH 11-PBS Durham

6:30 Stretching for Life

6:45 AM Weather

7:00 Body Electric

7:30 Barney & Friends

8:00 Sesame Street

9:00 Reading Rainbow

9:30 Storytime

10:00 Kidsongs

10:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

11:00 Sesame Street

noon Barney & Friends

12:30 Lamb Chop's Play-Along

1:00 Ciao Italia!


1:30 Quilting from the Heartland

2:00 Your Hometown America Parade 1994 (from Pittsfield MA)

4:00 Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego?

4:30 Square One Television

5:00 Sesame Street

6:00 MacNeil-Lehrer NewsHour

7:00 Nightly Business Report

7:30 Trailside: Make Your Own Adventure

8:00 Making of Baseball

8:30 New Hampshire Crossroads

9:00 A Capitol Fourth 1994

10:30 Nature

11:30 Making of Baseball

mid. MacNeil-Lehrer NewsHour

WPRI 12-ABC Providence

5:00 ABC World News Now

6:00 News

7:00 Good Morning America

9:00 Montel Williams

10:00 Cheers

10:30 Bristol Independence Day Parade

1:30 and 2:00 Cheers

2:30 Loving

3:00 General Hospital


4:00 and 4:30 Cheers

5:00 News

5:30 A Current Afair

6:00 News

6:30 ABC World News Tonight

7:00 Wheel of Fortune

7:30 Jeopardy!

8:00 Day One

9:00 Movie "What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?"

11:00 News

11:35 ABC News Nightline

12:05 World Cup Soccer (same-day tape of the afternoon game)

2:35 ABC World News Now

WFXT 25-Fox Boston

6:00 Infomercial

6:30 Kenneth Copeland

7:00 Captain Planet

7:30 Merrie Melodies

8:00 Bugs Bunny

8:30 XUXA

9:00 Gilligan's Island

9:30 Catholic Mass

10:00 227

10:30 Infomercials
noon Story of a People: Getting Along

1:00 People's Court

1:30 Harry & the Hendersons

2:00 Popeye

2:30 Tom & Jerry

3:00 Tom & Jerry Kids

3:30 Tiny Toon Adventures

4:00 Animaniacs

4:30 Batman: The Animated Series

5:00 Mighty Morphin Power Rangers

5:30 and 6:00 Family Matters

6:30 Wonder Years

7:00 Married...with Children

7:30 Roseanne

8:00 Movie "Working Trash"

10:00 News

10:30 Cops

11:00 Married...with Children

11:30 and mid. Designing Women

12:30 Infomercials

WUNI 27-(mostly) Univision Worcester

5:00 Shepherd's Chapel

6:00 Raring to Read

6:30 William Crews


7:00 Benny Hinn

7:30 Morris Cerullo

8:00 Nosotros los Gomez

8:30 El Chavo

9:00 Chespirito

10:00 Papa Soltero

10:30 Dr. Candido Perez

11:00 Llevatelo

11:30 Primer Impacto

11:45 World Cup Pre-Game

noon World Cup Soccer: second-round from Orlando

3:00 Primer Impacto

3:15 World Cup Pre-Game

3:30 World Cup Soccer: second-round from Palo Alto

5:30 Primer Impacto

6:00 Lo Mejor de Bienvenidos

6:30 Noticiero Univision

7:00 Dos Mujeres, Un Camino

8:00 Galardon a las Grandes: El Especial

10:00 Cristina...Edicion Especial

11:00 Noticiero Univision: Edicion Nocturna

11:30 Cine: TBA

1:30 Papa Soltero

2:00 Cristina

3:00 Galardon a las Grandes: El Especial


WSBE 36-PBS Providence

9:00 Sesame Street

10:00 Sewing with Nancy

10:30 Magic of Oil Painting

11:00 and 11:30 Literary Visions

noon Reading Rainbow

12:30 Barney & Friends

1:00 Gourmet Cooking

1:30 Art of Sewing

2:00 Best of Adventures in Scale Modeling

2:30 and 3:00 Write Course

3:30 Sesame Street

4:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

5:00 Reading Rainbow

5:30 and 6:00 Barney & Friends

6:30 ITN World News

7:00 Nightly Business Report

7:30 Shades

8:00 A Capitol Fourth 1994

10:00 Coming & Going (conclusion)

WSBK 38-Ind Boston

5:00 Morning Stretch

5:30 Jackson Five


6:00 Tennessee Tuxedo

6:30 Underdog

7:00 Punky Brewster

7:30 Garfield & Friends

8:00 DuckTales

8:30 Bots Master

9:00 Honeymooners

9:30 Odd Couple

10:00 Infomercial

10:30 Hogan's Heroes

11:00 Family Feud

11:30 Family Feud Encore

noon Honeymooners

12:30 Beverly Hillbillies

1:00 Baseball: California-Boston

4:00 Goof Troop

4:30 Bonkers

5:00 Punky Brewster

5:30 Saved by the Bell

6:00 Murphy Brown

6:30 Coach

7:00 Cheers

7:30 M*A*S*H

8:00 Movie "Bandit: Bandit's Silver Angel"

10:00 News (produced by WBZ)


10:30 Murphy Brown

11:00 Valley of the Dolls

11:30 Real Stories of the Highway Patrol

mid. Empty Nest

12:30 Valley of the Dolls

1:00 Infomercials

2:00 Movie "Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy"

4:30 Honeymooners

WGBX 44-PBS Boston

6:45 AM Weather

7:00 Body Electric

7:30 Hooked on Aerobics

8:00 Grilling with Chef George Hirsch

8:30 Nathalie Dupree Cooks for Family & Friends

9:00 Classic Spanish Cooking

9:30 Gourmet Cooking

10:00 Your Hometown America Parade 1994

noon Grilling with Chef George Hirsch

12:30 Nathalie Dupree Cooks for Family & Friends

1:00 Surviving the Odds: To Be a Black Male in America

3:00 Heinz: Story of an American Family

4:00 Nature

5:00 Wild America

5:30 Sesame Street


6:30 Nightly Business Report

7:00 MacNeil-Lehrer NewsHour

8:00 Surviving the Odds: To Be a Black Male in America

10:00 Monday Group

10:30 La Plaza

11:00 Nightly Business Report

11:30 Today's Japan (from NHK; CBC Newsworld also aired this in its early days)

WNDS 50-Ind Derry

7:00 This Morning's Business

7:30 Captain Planet

8:00 XUXA

8:30 Concord Hospital Healthline

9:00 Highway to Heaven

10:00 700 Club

11:00 Streets of San Francisco

noon Bewitched

12:30 Happy Days

1:00 Jenny Jones

2:00 Best of Love Connection

2:30 Love Connection

3:00 CHiPs

4:00 Cagney & Lacey

5:00 St. Elsewhere

6:00 Star Trek: The Next Generation


7:00 Rescue 911

8:00 Movie "A Double Life" (colorized version)

10:00 National Geographic: On Assignment

11:00 and 11:30 People's Court

mid. Arsenio Hall

WLVI 56-Ind Boston

6:00 Widget

6:30 Mr. Bogus

7:00 Inspector Gadget & Goo Goo

7:30 Conan the Adventurer

8:00 Pink Panther

8:30 Dennis the Menace (animated)

9:00 Flintstones

9:30 Adventures of T-Rex

10:00 Jetsons

10:30 Perfect Strangers

11:00 Head of the Class

11:30 Dear John

noon Love Connection

12:30 Best of Love Connection

1:00 Can We Shop Starring Joan Rivers

2:00 Hallo Spencer

2:30 Stone Protectors

3:00 Yogi & Friends


3:30 Mr. Bogus

4:00 Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog

4:30 Conan the Adventurer

5:00 Brady Bunch

5:30 Growing Pains

6:00 Full House

6:30 Who's the Boss?

7:00 Star Trek: The Next Generation

8:00 Star Trek: Deep Space Nine

9:00 Robocop

10:00 News

10:30 On Scene: Emergency Response

11:00 Star Trek

mid. Macy's Fourth of July Fireworks Spectacular

1:00 Infomercials

WGOT 60-Ind Merrimack

7:00 Jetsons

7:30 Mr. Bogus

8:00 Infomercials

10:00 TBA

noon Bertice Berry

1:00 and 2:00 Hawaii Five-O

3:00 Infomercial

3:30 Harry & the Hendersons


4:00 Bertice Berry

5:00 Little House on the Prairie

6:00 and 6:30 Family Matters

7:00 Cops

7:30 A Current Afair

8:00 Movie "Sherlock Holmes and the Masks of Death"

10:00 A Current Afair

10:30 Infomercials

12:30 Shop at Home

WMFP 62-HSN/NBC Lawrence

5:00 Product Showcase

5:30 NBC News at Sunrise

7:00 Product Showcase

8:00 Movie "The Big Cat"

10:00 Leeza

11:00 Jane Whitney

noon Product Showcase

2:00 Another World

3:00 Product Showcase

3:30 Kathy Fountain

4:00 Inside Story

4:30 Product Showcase

5:00 Movie "Star Packer"

6:00 Dragnet
6:30 Product Showcase

7:00 Downey

7:30 Shake, Rattle & Roll

8:00 Movie "Drums in the Deep South"

10:00 21st Century Vaudeville

11:00 Product Showcase

mid. Rik Turner

12:30 Product Showcase

3:00 California State Finals (of what I don't know...though given what follows, I can take a really
good guess ;D)

4:00 California Fox Hunt

WNAC 64-Fox Rehoboth/Providence

6:00 Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog

6:30 Darkwing Duck

7:00 Goof Troop

7:30 Mighty Morphin Power Rangers

8:00 Merrie Melodies

8:30 DuckTales

9:00 XUXA

9:30 Family Matters

10:00 Little House on the Prairie

11:00 Ricki Lake

noon 700 Club

1:00 Infomercial

1:30 Head of the Class


2:00 Bots Master

2:30 Tale Spin

3:00 Tom & Jerry Kids

3:30 Tiny Toon Adventures

4:00 Animaniacs

4:30 Batman: The Animated Series

5:00 Bonkers

5:30 Full House

6:00 Star Trek: The Next Generation

7:00 Married...with Children

7:30 Family Matters

8:00 Movie "Working Trash"

10:00 In the Heat of the Night

11:00 Married...with Children

11:30 Rush Limbaugh

mid. Arsenio Hall

WABU 68-Ind/CBS Boston

6:00 Daily Bible Lesson

6:30 CBS Morning News

7:00 CBS This Morning

9:00 Infomercials

10:30 Children's Room

11:00 Bonanza

noon Wild Wild West


1:00 Salute to America Parade

2:00 Simon & Simon

3:00 Infomercial

3:30 and 4:00 I Love Lucy

4:30 WKRP in Cincinnati

5:00 Golden Girls

5:30 Mama's Family

6:00 Knight Rider

7:00 Magnum, PI

8:00 Movie "A Doll's House"

10:00 Matlock

11:00 Mama's Family

11:30 Twilight Zone

mid. ViaTV

from Boston Globe

WUNI 27-(mostly) Univision Worcester

7:00 Dos Mujeres, Un Camino

The telenovela that starred Erik Estrada. It was so popular that it had to be extended beyond the
original end date and rerun a number of times.

When did Boston Pops begin on CBS? Now that it's not being carried nationwide, I remember
that it was on every year for several years in the 2000s.

And for local fireworks shows, there's barely NOTHING on this listing! Nothing in Providence, not
even WMUR simulcasted WCVB's fireworks!
-crainbebo

Retro: Kentucky Friday, July 4, 1969

From TV Guide, Kentucky Edition:

WAVE Ch. 3 Louisville (NBC)

6:45 Today On The Farm

7 AM Today (Norman Mailer; Kenneth Wells, president

of the Freedoms Foundation; pianist Nicholas

Zumbro; a report on the Bufalo Bill Museum in

Wyoming)

9 AM Morning Show

9:55 News (Bob Kay)

10 AM It Takes Two (Robert Clary, Gary Crosby, Stubby

Kaye and their wives)

10:25 NBC News (Nancy Dickerson)

10:30 Concentration

11 AM Personality (Totie Fields, Garry Moore, Lynn Redgrave;

on film: Peter Fonda)

11:30 Hollywood Squares (Kaye Ballard, Gypsy Rose Lee, Greg

Morris, Jan Murray, Shani Wallis)

12 N Jeopardy!

12:30 Eye Guess


12:55 NBC News (Edwin Newman)

1 PM Run For Your Life

2 PM Days Of Our Lives

2:30 The Doctors

3 PM Another World

3:30 You Don't Say! (Alan Sues, Jo Anne Worley)

4 PM Movie: "The 30-Foot Bride Of Candy Rock" (Lou Costello

without Bud, Dorothy Provine as the title character,

from '59)

5:30 Flintstones

6 PM News, Weather And Sports

6:30 Huntley-Brinkley Report

7 PM I Dream Of Jeannie (delay from Mon 7:30 PM)

7:30 High Chaparral

8:30 Name Of The Game

10 PM The Saint

11 PM News, Weather And Sports

11:30 Tonight Show (guest: actress-singer Lee Beery)

1 AM Alfred Hitchcock Hour

WLWT Ch. 5 Cincinnati (NBC)

6:15 Moment Of Meditation

6:20 Good Morning

6:30 Michigan History


7 AM Today

9 AM Paul Dixon

10:30 Concentration

11 AM Personality

11:30 Hollywood Squares

12 N Bob Braun's 50-50 Club

1:30 You're Putting Me On (regulars Bill Cullen, Peggy

Cass, and Larry Blyden plus three guest celebrities)

2 PM Days Of Our Lives

2:30 The Doctors

3 PM Another World

3:30 You Don't Say!

4 PM Vivienne! (Vivienne della Chiesa)

5:30 News, Weather And Sports

6:30 Huntley-Brinkley Report

7 PM Death Valley Days

7:30 High Chaparral

8:30 Name Of The Game

10 PM The Saint

11 PM News, Weather And Sports

11:30 Tonight Show

WCPO Ch. 9 Cincinnati (CBS)

5:50 Farm News


6 AM Black Heritage (the black experience, North and South,

part 4)

6:30 Young World

7 AM CBS News (Joseph Benti)

8 AM Captain Kangaroo

9 AM Uncle Al

10:30 Beverly Hillbillies

11 AM Search For Tomorrow (delay from 12:30 PM)

11:30 Dick Van Dyke

12 N Noon Report

12:30 Nick Clooney

1:30 As The World Turns

2 PM Love Is A Many Splendored Thing

2:30 Guiding Light

3 PM Secret Storm

3:30 Edge Of Night

4 PM Movie: "Ride Clear Of Diablo" (this '54 Western has a

bunch of familiar faces: Audie Murphy, Dan Duryea,

Jack Elam, Russell Johnson, Denver Pyle)

6 PM News, Weather And Sports

6:30 CBS News (Walter Cronkite)

7 PM Truth Or Consequences

7:30 Wild Wild West

8:30 Gomer Pyle, USMC

9 PM Movie: "The Man From The Diners' Club" (more familiar


faces: Danny Kaye, Telly Savalas, Everett Sloane, George

Kennedy, Jay Novello, from '63)

11 PM News, Weather And Sports

11:30 Movie: "A Man Called Peter" (the story of Peter Marshall--no,

not that Peter Marshall, this one was chaplain of the Senate)

1 AM Jewish Hour

1:30 Local News

WHAS Ch. 11 Louisville (CBS)

6:30 Black Heritage

7 AM CBS News

8 AM Captain Kangaroo

9 AM Linkletter Show (Moe De Sesso and his all-animal band, delay

from Thu 4 PM)

9:30 Edge Of Night

10 AM The Lucy Show (Tennessee Ernie Ford guests as Lucy stages

a hoedown at the bank.)

10:30 Beverly Hillbillies

11 AM Andy Griffith

11:30 Dick Van Dyke

12 N Love Of Life

12:25 CBS News (Douglas Edwards)

12:30 Search For Tomorrow

1 PM News, Weather, Sports


1:30 As The World Turns

2 PM Love Is A Many Splendored Thing

2:30 Guiding Light

3 PM Secret Storm

3:30 T-Bar-V Ranch

4:30 Perry Mason

5:30 News, Weather And Sports

6:30 CBS News

7 PM Bill Anderson

7:30 Perry Mason

8:30 Gomer Pyle, USMC

9 PM CBS Movie: "Marco The Magnificent" (story of Marco Polo,

from '65)

11 PM News, Weather And Sports

11:30 Movie: "La Belle Americaine"

WKRC Ch. 12 Cincinnati (ABC)

8:30 Skipper Ryle

9 AM Debbie Drake (exercises)

9:30 Galloping Gourmet

10 AM It Takes Two (pre-empted on Ch. 5)

10:25 Movie: "Powder River" (watch for Carl Betz, from '53)

11:50 Fashions In Sewing (Lucille Rivers)

12 N Bewitched
12:30 News, Weather, Sports

1 PM Dream House

1:30 Let's Make A Deal

2 PM Newlywed Game

2:30 Dating Game

3 PM General Hospital

3:30 One Life To Live

4 PM Dark Shadows

4:30 Mike Douglas

6 PM Merv Griffin

7:20 News, Weather, Sports

7:30 Let's Make A Deal

8 PM John Davidson (guests: Lynn Kellogg, David Steinberg)

9 PM Judd For The Defense

10 PM Dick Cavett (the Edwin Hawkins Singers)

11 PM News, Weather And Sports

11:30 Joey Bishop (guest: Dana Valery)

1 AM Insight

WFPK (WKPC) Ch. 15 Louisville (NET)

7:30 What's New

8 PM Big Picture

8:30 Washington Week In Review

9 PM TBA
9:30 Efficient Reading

WLEX Ch. 18 Lexington (NBC)

7 AM Today

9 AM Steve Allen (Shelley Berman, Shari Lewis, singer

Ann Dee, Steppenwolf)

10 AM It Takes Two

10:25 NBC News

10:30 Concentration

11 AM Personality

11:30 Hollywood Squares

12 N Noon Today

12:30 Eye Guess

12:55 NBC News

1 PM Jeopardy!

1:30 You're Putting Me On

2 PM Days Of Our Lives

2:30 The Doctors

3 PM Another World

3:30 You Don't Say!

4 PM Match Game (Robert Morse, Sue Lyon)

4:25 NBC News (Floyd Kalber)

4:30 Password (Peter Lawford, Barbara Eden)

5 PM Tales Of The Texas Rangers


5:30 News, Weather And Sports

6:30 Huntley-Brinkley Report

7 PM Wilburn Brothers

7:30 High Chaparral

8:30 Name Of The Game

10 PM The Saint

11 PM News, Weather And Sports

11:30 Tonight Show

1 AM Take Five

WXIX Ch. 19 Cincinnati (Ind.)

12 N Jeopardy! (pre-empted on Ch. 5)

12:30 Eye Guess (pre-empted on Ch. 5)

12:55 NBC News (pre-empted on Ch. 5)

1 PM The Lucy Show (delay from 10 AM, pre-empted

on Ch. 9)

1:30 Movie: "Paris Models"

3 PM Dennis The Menace

3:30 Larry Smith Puppets

4 PM Rocket Robin Hood

4:30 Three Stooges

5 PM Prince Planet

5:30 Captain Fathom

6 PM Flintstones
6:30 Patty Duke

7 PM Wilburn Brothers (guests: the Osborne--not the

Osmond--Brothers)

7:30 Scene Seventy

8:30 Joan Rivers (Jerry Stiller and Anne Meara talk about

interfaith marriage--he's Jewish, she's Catholic)

9 PM CBS Movie: "Marco The Magnificent" (pre-empted on

Ch. 9)

11 PM Movie: "A Yank In Korea"

WKYT Ch. 27 Lexington (CBS)

6:30 Buzz Riggins

7 AM CBS News

8 AM Captain Kangaroo

9 AM Town Talk

10 AM The Lucy Show

10:30 Beverly Hillbillies

11 AM Andy Griffith

11:30 Dick Van Dyke

12 N Love Of Life

12:25 Paul Harvey

12:30 Mike Douglas

1:30 As The World Turns

2 PM Love Is A Many Splendored Thing


2:30 Guiding Light

3 PM Secret Storm

3:30 Edge Of Night

4 PM Movie: "The Warrior Empress" (Tina Louise has

the title role, from '60)

5:55 Paul Harvey

6 PM News, Weather And Sports

6:30 CBS News

7 PM McHale's Navy

7:30 Wild Wild West

8:30 Gomer Pyle, USMC

9 PM Movie: "Skirts Ahoy"

11 PM News, Weather And Sports

11:30 Movie: "Written On The Wind"

WLKY Ch. 32 Louisville (ABC)

8:30 Uncle Waldo

9 AM Romper Room

9:30 Movie: "Santa Fe Trail"

11:30 Galloping Gourmet

12 N Bewitched

12:30 That Girl

1 PM Dream House

1:30 Let's Make A Deal


2 PM Newlywed Game

2:30 Dating Game

3 PM General Hospital

3:30 Time Tunnel

4:30 Merv Griffin (Robert Morse, Virginia Graham)

5:30 News, Weather And Sports

6 PM Movie: "Girl On The Run" (1958 pilot for "77 Sunset

Strip"--Edd Byrnes is the bad guy but the preview

audience went so wild over him that he was written

into the series as Kookie)

7:30 Let's Make A Deal

8 PM John Davidson

9 PM Judd For The Defense

10 PM Dick Cavett

11 PM News, Weather And Sports

11:30 Joey Bishop

1 AM Movie: "Yankee Doodle Dandy" (Jimmy Cagney's Oscar-

winning portrayal of George M. Cohan, from '42)

WBLG Ch. 62 (WTVQ Ch. 36) Lexington (ABC)

8:30 Film

9 AM Romper Room

10 AM Movie: "Gentleman Jim" (Errol Flynn as heavyweight champ

Gentleman Jim Corbett, from '42)


12 N Bewitched

12:30 That Girl

1 PM Dream House

1:30 Let's Make A Deal

2 PM Newlywed Game

2:30 Dating Game

3 PM General Hospital

3:30 One Life To Live

4 PM Dark Shadows

4:30 Perry Mason

5:30 News, Weather And Sports

6 PM ABC News (Frank Reynolds/Howard K. Smith)

6:30 Merv Griffin (James Earl Jones, Arthur Godfrey,

John Hartford, Aretha Franklin's sister Carolyn,

herself a singer)

7:30 Let's Make A Deal

8 PM John Davidson

9 PM Judd For The Defense

10 PM Dick Cavett

11 PM News, Weather And Sports

11:30 Joey Bishop

E Kentucky Educational Television (WKMU/21 Murray, WKPI/22 Pikeville,

WKZT/23 Elizabethtown, WKAS/25 Ashland, WKSO/29 Somerset, WKHA/35

Hazard, WKMA/35 Madisonville, WKMR/38 Morehead, WKLE/46 Lexington,


WKON/52 Owenton, WKGB/53 Bowling Green, WCVN/54 Covington) (NET)

4 PM Film: deep-sea craft being developed by the Navy

4:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

5 PM What's New

5:30 Spectrum (group therapy for people who can't be themselves)

6 PM Highway Safety (fifth of five programs on safe driving, given in preparation

for the holiday weekend)

6:30 SECA Interconnect (IIRC, this was a consortium of Southern educational

stations called the Southern Educational Communications Association--

I remember that South Carolina ETV was part of it)

7 PM TBA

7:30 Photography (how to take an indoor picture)

8 PM Sounds Of Summer (Boston Pops Old Timers' Night and the Cincinnati May

Music Festival)

sign of 10 PM

Retro: Northern California/Southern Oregon Mon, July 4, 1977

from Sacramento Bee

2 KTVU-Ind Oakland

2r KTVN-CBS Reno

3 KCRA-NBC Sacramento

4 KRON-NBC San Francisco

4r KCRL-NBC Reno
5 KPIX-NBC San Francisco

5m KOBI-NBC/ABC Medford

6 KVIE-PBS Sacramento

7 KGO-ABC San Francisco

7r KRCR-NBC/ABC Redding

8 KOLO-ABC Reno

9 KIXE-PBS Redding

10 KXTV-ABC Sacramento

10m KMED-CBS/ABC Medford

12 KHSL-CBS/ABC Chico

13 KOVR-ABC Stockton

31 KMUV-Ind/Sp Sacramento

40 KTXL-Ind Sacramento

Morning

5:50

40 Public Afairs

6:00

3 Educational Films

5-10-12 Summer Semester

5m Captain Kangaroo

6:20

4 News
7 Making It Count

6:25

13 News

6:30

2r Summer Semester

4 School of the Air

5 Sut Yung Ying Yee

7r Yoga for Health

8 Altitude

10 Captain Kangaroo

12 Potpourri

13 Let's Speak Spanish

40 Not for Women Only

6:50

7 News

7:00

2 Cartoon Town

2r-5-5m-12 CBS Morning News

3-4-4r-7r-10m Today

7-8-13 Good Morning America

10 Howdy Doody
7:30

10 7:30am Show

40 Captain Mitch Cartoons

8:00

2 Bullwinkle

2r-5-12 Captain Kangaroo

5m Good Morning America

10 CBS Morning News

40 Archies

8:30

2 Romper Room

40 Lassie

9:00

2 Big Valley

2r-5m-12 Here's Lucy

3 Tattletales

4-4r-10m Sanford & Son

5 Summer Camp

7 AM San Francisco

7r Good Morning America

8 Sesame Street
10 Dinah!

13 Morning Scene

40 Flintstones

9:30

2r-5-5m-12 Price is Right

3-4-4r-10m Hollywood Squares

40 I Love Lucy

10:00

2 FBI

3-4-4r-10m Wheel of Fortune

7-7r-8-13 Happy Days

40 Movie "John Paul Jones"

10:30

2r-5-5m-10-12 Love of Life

3-4-4r-10m Anybody's Guess

7-7r-8-13 $20,000 Pyramid

11:00

2 Phil Donahue

2r-5-5m-10-12 Young & the Restless

3-4-4r-10m Shoot for the Stars

7-7r-8-13 Second Chance


11:30

2r-5-5m-10-12 Search for Tomorrow

3 Joker's Wild

4-4r-10m Chico & the Man

7-7r-8-13 Family Feud

Afternoon

noon

2 That Girl

2r Phil Donahue

3-4-5-10-12 News

4r Not for Women Only

5m Hi, Noon-Hi, Neighbor

7-7r-8-13 All My Children

10m Gong Show

40 Dick Van Dyke

12:30

2 Movie "Drum Beat"

2r-5-5m-10-12 As the World Turns

3 Phil Donahue

4-4r-10m Days of Our Lives

40 Andy Griffith
1:00

7-7r-8 Ryan's Hope

13 Cross-Wits

31 PTL Club

40 Movie "1776"

1:30

2r-5-5m-10-12 Guiding Light

3 Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman

4-4r-10m Doctors

7-7r-8-13 One Life to Live

2:00

2r-5-5m-10-12 All in the Family

3-4-4r Another World

2:15

7-7r-8-13 General Hospital

2:30

2 Star Trek (animated)

2r-5-5m-10-12 Match Game '77

3:00

2 Mighty Mouse/Bugs Bunny


2r-5-12 Tattletales

3 Days of Our Lives

4 Dinah!

4r Gong Show

5m One Life to Live

7-7r-8-13 Edge of Night

10 Price is Right

10m $20,000 Pyramid

31 Su Comedias Favoritas

40 Three Stooges

3:30

2 Archies

2r Merv Griffin

4r Howdy Doody

5 Marcus Welby, MD

7 TBA

7r Days of Our Lives

8 Movie "Ship of Fools" (pt 1)

9 Lilias, Yoga & You

10m Bryn's Notebook

12 Dinah!

13 Ryan's Hope

40 Popeye/Bugs Bunny
3:45

5m General Hospital

4:00

2-3-4r New Mickey Mouse Club

6-9 Sesame Street

7 Days of Liberty

10-10m Mike Douglas

13 My Three Sons

40 Gilligan's Island

4:30

2 Batman

3 Lucy Show

4 Merv Griffin

4r Bewitched

5 Mike Douglas

5m-7r Ironside

8 News

13 Family Afair

31 Los Torres

40 Partridge Family

5:00

2-4r Partridge Family


2r Concentration

3-7 News

6-9 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

8 ABC Evening News

12 Emergency One!

13 Adam-12

40 Brady Bunch

5:30

2 Bewitched

2r-5m-10-13 News

4r My Three Sons

6 Electric Company

7-8 ABC Monday Night Baseball

7r ABC Evening News

9 Villa Alegre

31 Noticiero

40 Hogan's Heroes

Evening

6:00

2-40 Star Trek

2r-5m-10 CBS Evening News

3-4r NBC Nightly News

4-5-7r-12 News
6 Lilias, Yoga & You

9 Zoom

13 ABC Evening News

31 Val de la O

6:30

2r-3-4r-5m-10 News

5-12 CBS Evening News

6 Erica

9 Rebop

10m NBC Nightly News

13 Merv Griffin

7:00

2 Odd Couple

2r To Tell the Truth

3 Weeknight

4 NBC Nightly News

4r Bill of Rights Today

5 News

5m Hardy Boys-Nancy Drew Mysteries

6 MacNeil-Lehrer Report

7r Wonder Woman

9 Lilias, Yoga & You

10 Concentration
10m Welcome Back Kotter

12 Undersea World of Jacques Cousteau

31 Mi Dulce Enamorada

40 Movie "The Music Man"

7:30

2 Lucy Show

2r Celebrity Sweepstakes

3 Hollywood Squares

4 Wah Kue

4r Freedom is...

5 Evening

6 Black Perspective on the News

9 MacNeil-Lehrer Report

10 Match Game PM

10m Barney Miller

8:00

2 Movie "The Seven Little Foys"

2r-5-5m-10-12 Our Happiest Birthday (Walter Cronkite hosts a look back at the 1976
Bicentennial celebrations)

3-4-4r-10m Little House on the Prairie

6-9 Legacy: The Year of the Bicentennial (another look back at 1976)

7-7r-8-13 ABC Comedy Special "Mason"

31 La Senora Joven
8:30

7 ABC Evening News

7r-13 ABC Monday Night Baseball

8 Movie "Rebel Without a Cause"

9:00

2r-5-5m-10-12 They Said It with Music: From Yankee Doodle to Ragtime (Jean Stapleton, Jason
Robards, Flip Wilson, Tony Randall, and Bernadette Peters co-host this salute to America and the
American songwriter)

3-4-4r-10m NBC Monday Night at the Movies "Dark Victory"

6-9 Be Glad Then, America (a behind-the-scenes look at the opera, which made its debut at Penn
State in 1976)

7 Movie "A Patch of Blue"

31 Simplemente Maria

10:00

2-40 News

6 Great Performances "Music from America"

9 Age of Uncertainty

31 Grandes Espectaculares

11:00

2 TBA

2r-3-4-4r-5-5m-7-7r-8-10-10m-12-13 News

6 MacNeil-Lehrer Report

31 PTL Club

40 All That Glitters


11:30

2 Joker's Wild

2r-5-5m-7-7r-8-12 TBA (program wasn't listed)

3-4-4r-10m Tonight Show

6 Celebrating a Century

10 It Takes a Thief

13 Ironside

40 I Love Lucy

Late Night

midnight

2 TBA

40 Movie "Lucky Me"

12:30

10 News

13 Streets of San Francisco

1:00

3-4 Tomorrow

1:30

5 Rifleman
1:40

13 News

1:45

7 News

2:00

40 Movie "Above Suspicion"

4:00

40 Movie "The Seventh Cross"

Retro: Manitoba/NW Ontario Mon, July 5, 1971

from Winnipeg Tribune

CESM 2-Cable Thompson

12:30pm Dr. Kildare

1:30 Peyton Place

2:00 Beat the Clock

2:30 Famous Jury Trials

3:00 Another World

3:30 Trouble with Tracy

4:00 Popeye Playhouse

5:00 Bewitched

5:30 Petticoat Junction


6:00 Truth or Consequences

6:30 Archie

7:00 UFO

8:00 Bewitched

8:30 Carol Burnett

9:30 Pig 'n' Whistle

10:00 Ironside

11:00 News/Sports/Weather

11:15 Dr. Kildare

CBWFT 3-SRC Winnipeg

2pm Children's programs

2:30 Oui ou non

3:00 Femme d'aujourd'hui

4:00 Ulysse et Oscar

4:30 Woody le pic (Woody Woodpecker)

5:00 Perdus

6:00 Taxi dans les nuages

6:30 Dossiers

7:00 Le Telejournal/Sports

7:13 A propos

7:30 Sol et Gobelet

8:00 Ma sorciere bien-aimee (Bewitched)

8:30 Les trois as

9:00 Prise I
9:30 Arsene Lupin

10:30 Son et images

11:00 Le Telejournal/Sports

11:30 Cinema "Le feu aux poudres"

CKOS 3-CBC Yorkton (CKOS had a transmitter at Baldy Mountain, which switched parents to
CBWT in the mid 70s)

8:50 Mr. Dressup

9:15 Peyton Place

9:45 Good Morning

10:00 Mr. Dressup

10:30 Friendly Giant

10:45 Chez Helene

11:00 Sesame Street

noon News

1:00 Movie: TBA

2:45 Elizabeth's Kitchen

3:00 Take 30

3:30 Edge of Night

4:00 Galloping Gourmet

4:30 Drop In

5:00 Clubhouse Capers

5:30 Woody Woodpecker

6:00 News

6:30 Nanny & the Professor

7:00 Here's Lucy


7:30 Dianne

8:00 Partridge Family

8:30 This is the Law

9:00 Bold Ones "A Continual Roar of Musketry" (pt 2)

10:00 Nature of Things "Wild Africa: Something News" (pt 3)

11:00 CBC National News

11:20 Nightbeat

11:30 Cottonpickers

KDAL 3-CBS Duluth

6:55 Five Minutes to Live By

7:00 Sesame Street

8:00 Captain Kangaroo

9:00 Exercise with Gloria

9:20 Lucille Rivers

9:30 Beverly Hillbillies

10:00 Family Afair

10:30 Love of Life

11:00 Where the Heart is

11:24 CBS News

11:30 Search for Tomorrow

noon Town & Country

12:30 As the World Turns

1:00 Love is a Many Splendored Thing

1:30 Guiding Light


2:00 Secret Storm

2:30 Edge of Night

3:00 Gomer Pyle, USMC

3:30 Big Valley

4:30 Lucy Show

5:00 Flintstones

5:30 CBS Evening News

6:00 News

6:30 Gunsmoke

7:30 Here's Lucy

8:00 Mayberry RFD

8:30 Doris Day

9:00 Suspense Theatre "Lassiter"

10:00 News

10:30 Merv Griffin

CESM 4-Cable Thompson

12:30pm A World Apart

1:00 Cartoons

1:30 Newlywed Game

2:00 Dating Game

2:30 General Hospital

3:00 One Life to Life

3:30 Dark Shadows

4:00 All My Children


4:30 Cartoons

5:00 Lassie

5:30 Let's Make a Deal

6:00 Dick Van Dyke

6:30 Let's Make a Deal

7:00 Newlyweds

7:30 Reel Game

8:00 Movie: TBA

10:00 Dragnet

10:30 TBA

11:00 Dick Cavett

11:30 Laredo

KXJB 4-CBS Valley City/Fargo

7:00 Sesame Street

8:00 Captain Kangaroo

9:00 Lucy Show

9:30 Beverly Hillbillies

10:00 Family Afair

10:30 Love of Life

11:00 Where the Heart is

11:24 CBS News

11:30 Search for Tomorrow

noon News

12:30 As the World Turns


1:00 Love is a Many Splendored Thing

1:30 Guiding Light

2:00 Secret Storm

2:30 Edge of Night

3:00 Adelson's Alley

3:30 Fashions in Sewing

4:30 Star Trek

5:30 CBS Evening News

6:00 News

6:30 Gunsmoke

7:30 Here's Lucy

8:00 Mayberry RFD

8:30 Doris Day

9:00 Suspense Theatre "Lassiter"

10:00 News

10:45 Movie "4-D Man"

CKX 5-CBC Brandon

9:35 Ed Allen

10:00 Mr. Dressup

10:30 Friendly Giant

10:45 Chez Helene

11:00 Sesame Street

noon News

1:00 Movie: TBA


2:30 Double Exposure

3:00 Take 30

3:30 Edge of Night

4:00 Galloping Gourmet

4:30 Drop In

5:00 Rocket Robin Hood

5:30 Woody Woodpecker

6:00 News

6:30 Agriviews

7:00 Johnny Cash

7:30 Dianne

8:00 Partridge Family

8:30 This is the Law

9:00 Bold Ones "A Continual Roar of Musketry" (pt 2)

10:00 Nature of Things "Wild Africa: Something New" (pt 3)

11:00 CBC National News

11:20 Star Trek

CBWT 6-CBC Winnipeg

9:30 News

9:35 Ed Allen

10:00 Mr. Dressup

10:30 Friendly Giant

10:45 Chez Helene

11:00 Sesame Street


noon Luncheon Date

1:00 Andy of Mayberry (Andy Griffith)

1:25 Afternoon Calendar

1:30 55 North Maple Street

2:00 What on Earth

2:30 Coronation Street

2:55 Afternoon Calendar

3:00 Take 30

3:30 Edge of Night

4:00 Galloping Gourmet

4:30 Drop In

5:00 Rocket Robin Hood

5:30 Woody Woodpecker

6:00 Zoos of the World

6:30 24 Hours

7:00 30 from Winnipeg

7:30 Dianne

8:00 Partridge Family

8:30 This is the Law

9:00 Bold Ones "A Continual Roar of Musketry" (pt 2)

10:00 Nature of Things "Wild Africa: Something New" (pt 3)

11:00 CBC National News

11:20 Viewpoint

11:29 Metro News

11:44 Cinema 6 "Crack-Up"


WDSM 6-NBC Duluth

7:00 Today (Rona Barrett at 8:25)

9:00 Dinah's Place

9:30 Concentration

10:00 Sale of the Century

10:30 Hollywood Squares

11:00 Jeopardy!

11:30 Who, What or Where Game

11:55 NBC News

noon News

12:15 Payton's Place

12:30 Joe Garagiola's Memory Game

1:00 Days of Our Lives

1:30 Doctors

2:00 Another World

2:30 Bright Promise

3:00 Somerset

3:30 Galloping Gourmet

4:00 Mr. Toot

5:00 Hazel

5:30 NBC Nightly News

6:00 News

6:30 From a Bird's Eye View "Witness for the Persecution"

7:00 Comedy Theatre "Dear Deductible"


8:00 Movie "Banyon"

10:00 News

10:30 Tonight Show

CJAY 7-CTV Winnipeg

11:30 Man Trap

---

12:50 University of the Air

1:20 Whirl of Fashion

1:50 Lucille Rivers

2:00 Yoga

2:30 Famous Jury Trials

3:00 Another World

3:30 Trouble with Tracy

4:00 Man Trap

4:30 Peyton Place

5:00 Animal World

5:30 Beat the Clock

6:00 Truth or Consequences

6:30 News

7:00 UFO "The Cat with Ten Lives"

8:00 Room 222

8:30 Rod Serling's Night Gallery "Make Me Laugh"/"Clean Kills and Other Trophies"

9:30 Pig 'n' Whistle (guest Cardew Robinson)

10:00 Ironside "The Target"


11:00 CTV National News

11:20 Sports

11:30 News/Weather

11:40 Focus

WDAZ 8-NBC Devils Lake

7:00 Today (news at 7:25 and 8:25)

9:00 Dinah's Place

9:30 Concentration

10:00 Sale of the Century

10:30 Hollywood Squares

11:00 Jeopardy!

11:30 Who, What or Where Game

11:55 NBC News

noon News/Grain & Livestock Markets

12:30 Joe Garagiola's Memory Game

1:00 Days of Our Lives

1:30 Doctors

2:00 Another World

2:30 Bright Promise

3:00 Partyline

3:45 Somerset

4:15 Sunset Movie "Westbound"

5:25 Toni Holt

5:30 NBC Nightly News


6:00 News

6:30 From a Bird's Eye View "Witness for the Persecution"

7:00 Comedy Theatre "Dear Deductible"

8:00 Movie "Banyon"

10:00 News

10:30 Tonight Show

KTHI 11-ABC Fargo/Grand Forks

9:00 Burns & Allen

9:30 Good Morning

10:30 That Girl

11:00 Bewitched

11:30 A World Apart

noon Dialing for Dollars

12:30 Let's Make a Deal

1:00 Newlywed Game

1:30 Dating Game

2:00 General Hospital

2:30 One Life to Live

3:00 Password

3:30 Dennis the Menace

4:00 Gilligan's Island

4:30 I Love Lucy

5:00 News

5:30 ABC Evening News


6:00 Truth or Consequences

6:30 Let's Make a Deal

7:00 Special (conversation with Chief Justice Warren Burger)

7:30 It was a Very Good Year

8:00 Movie "El Greco"

10:00 The Scene Tonight

10:30 Dick Cavett

mid. News

KCND 12-ABC Pembina

10:00 Jack LaLanne

10:30 That Girl

11:00 Bewitched

11:30 A World Apart

noon Around the Country

12:30 Cartoon Party

1:00 Newlywed Game

1:30 Dating Game

2:00 General Hospital

2:30 One Life to Live

3:00 Password

3:30 All My Children

4:00 Cartoon Party

4:30 Jef's Collie (Lassie)

5:00 Let's Make a Deal


5:30 ABC Evening News

6:00 Dick van Dyke

6:30 Let's Make a Deal

7:00 Special (conversation with Chief Justice Warren Burger)

7:30 It was a Very Good Year

8:00 Movie "Away All Boats"

10:10 Dragnet "Missing Persons-The Body"

10:55 Race Results

11:00 Dick Cavett

mid. News

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Re: Retro: Manitoba/NW Ontario Mon, July 5, 1971

I'm guessing that by 1971, CBWT had no split feed with its transmitters in Northwestern Ontario?
Listings I once saw from the 1960s showed CBWAT Kenora having a somewhat diferent schedule
than CBWT; it appeared they carried some CBC Toronto programs such as Provincial Afairs.

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Re: Retro: Manitoba/NW Ontario Mon, July 5, 1971

Quote Originally Posted by EJM

With both KDAL (the current KDLH) and KXJB carrying Sesame Street, did educational outlets
WDSE and KFME (which were both on the air at the time) also carry the show?

WDSE and KFME did carry "Sesame Street" at the time, but in the afternoon.

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Re: Retro: Manitoba/NW Ontario Mon, July 5, 1971

Quote Originally Posted by EJM

With both KDAL (the current KDLH) and KXJB carrying Sesame Street, did educational outlets
WDSE and KFME (which were both on the air at the time) also carry the show?

Also, even though there were already two ABC affiliates listed, I wonder why WDIO/WIRT wasn't
also included (especially since it was the only Twin Ports outlet to have an Iron Range satellite
station, as opposed to just translators).

KTHI was cablecast in both Winnipeg and Kenora (the Tribune listed cable positions for both
cities, as well as a full listing of CBWT relays), KCND was a border-blaster channel (Pembina is just
over the border from Emerson in Southern Manitoba).
Got the two channels mixed up ...ch 12 was in both cities on cable, with 11 also available in
Winnipeg. Also Kenora took their NBC from WDAZ's sister station in Fargo, WDAY 6.

Anyone know the source of "CESM 4 Cable Thompson?" It's clearly an ABC feed, but most of the
day is ofset a half hour, and all of the news, even the network news is missing. Was it a tape
delay sort of operation?

My guess with the Thompson cable channels is that it was a similar situation to how the Bangor
stations were fed to Maritime cablecos in the early 70s...tape OTA in one location (I'm guessing
Winnipeg in this case) and bicycle the tape...though based on the listings, Thompson seems to
be the only area in the province with that set-up.

Yellowknife used to have such a cable channel, but it relayed CTV (probably CFRN Edmonton) on
delay.

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Re: Retro: Manitoba/NW Ontario Mon, July 5, 1971

Since I mentioned it in an earlier reply, here's the Winnipeg and Kenora cableco line-ups then:

Winnipeg

2 CBWT-CBC

4 KXJB-CBS
5 CJAY-CTV

8 WDAZ-NBC

10 CBWFT-SRC

11 KTHI-ABC

12 KCND-ABC

Kenora

2 CBWT-CBC (OTA ch 8 )

4 CJAY-CTV

6 KCND-ABC

7 KXJB-CBS

9 CBWFT-SRC

13 WDAY-NBC (Fargo sister station to WDAZ)

Retro: Kentucky Saturday, July 7, 1973

From TV Guide, Kentucky Edition:

WAVE Ch. 3 Louisville (NBC)

6:30 Farm Report

7 AM Houndcats (delay from 8 AM)

7:30 Movie: "Flufy" (Tony Randall has a domesticated lion;

with Shirley Jones, Edward Andrews, from '65)

9 AM Jetsons

9:30 Pink Panther


10 AM Underdog

10:30 The Barkleys

11 AM Sealab 2020

11:30 Runaround

12 N Around The World In 80 Days

12:30 Wimbledon: men's singles final highlights (Jan Kodes won)

2 PM Baseball Pre-Game Show

2:15 Baseball: Yankees-Twins or Red Sox-White Sox

5 PM Wimbledon: women's singles final highlights (Billie Jean King won)

and men's doubles final highlights (Jimmy Connors and Ilie Nastase

won), time approximate

6 PM News

6:30 NBC News (Garrick Utley)

7 PM To Tell The Truth (Kitty Carlisle, Peggy Cass, Bill Cullen, Gene Rayburn)

7:30 The Adventurer (Gene Barry and Barry Morse in an international-intrigue

series filmed in Europe; in this episode watch for Ed Bishop of "UFO")

8 PM Emergency!

9 PM NBC Movie: "The Honey Pot"

11:30 News

12 M Movie: "The Intruders"

WLWT Ch. 5 Cincinnati (NBC)

7:30 Farm Report

8 AM Houndcats
8:30 Roman Holidays

9 AM Jetsons

9:30 Pink Panther

10 AM Underdog

10:30 The Barkleys

11 AM Sealab 2020

11:30 Runaround

12 N Around The World In 80 Days

12:30 Wimbledon (see Ch. 3)

2 PM Baseball Pre-Game Show

2:15 Baseball: Yankees-Twins or Red Sox-White Sox

5 PM Wimbledon (see Ch. 3)

6 PM News

6:30 NBC News

7 PM UFO

8 PM Emergency!

9 PM NBC Movie: "The Honey Pot"

11:30 News

12 M Movie: "Help!"

2 AM Star Trek

3 AM Girl From U.N.C.L.E.

4 AM Star Trek

5 AM Girl From U.N.C.L.E.

WCPO Ch. 9 Cincinnati (CBS)


5:50 Farm News

6 AM Summer Semester: "Practical English for Hispanic

Americans"

6:30 Call The Doctor (rerun from Sun 11 AM)

7:30 Bugs Bunny (delay from 8 AM)

8 AM Play It Safe

8:30 Sabrina, The Teenage Witch

9 AM Amazing Chan And The Chan Clan

9:30 New Scooby Doo Movies: Jonathan Winters lends his

voice to "The Frickert Fracas" (and implies that Maude

Frickert is his grandmother)

10:30 Josie And The Pussycats In Outer Space

11 AM Flintstones Comedy Hour

12 N Archie's TV Funnies

12:30 Fat Albert And The Cosby Kids

1 PM CBS Children's Film Festival: "The Little Ones," '65, from

England

2 PM Vision On

2:30 Movie: "Conspirator" (Elizabeth Taylor's first adult role, from

'49--she plays a girl married to a British officer who's really

a Communist spy (played by Robert Taylor))

4 PM Daktari

5 PM Suspense Theatre

6 PM News
6:30 CBS News (Roger Mudd)

7 PM National Geographic (a tour of Australia)

8 PM All In The Family

8:30 Bridget Loves Bernie

9 PM Mary Tyler Moore

9:30 Bob Newhart

10 PM Mission: Impossible

11 PM News

11:30 Movie: "By The Light Of The Silvery Moon"

WHAS Ch. 11 Louisville (CBS)

7 AM Summer Semester

7:30 Cartoon Circus

8 AM Bugs Bunny

8:30 Sabrina, The Teenage Witch

9 AM Amazing Chan And The Chan Clan

9:30 New Scooby Doo Movies

10:30 Josie And The Pussycats In Outer Space

11 AM Flintstones Comedy Hour

12 N Archie's TV Funnies

12:30 Fat Albert And The Cosby Kids

1 PM CBS Children's Film Festval

2 PM Movie: "Gay Purr-ee" (Judy Garland and Robert Goulet

lend their voices to this animated tale of a country


cat who visits Paris, from '62)

3:30 Movie: "20 Mule Team" (this Western from '40 takes place

in Death Valley, but I'd be surprised if Ch. 11 inserted any

20 Mule Team Borax commercials)

5 PM UFO

6 PM News

6:30 CBS News

7 PM Hee Haw (Tennessee Ernie Ford, Sammi Smith, Charlie McCoy)

8 PM All In The Family

8:30 Bridget Loves Bernie

9 PM Mary Tyler Moore

9:30 Bob Newhart

10 PM Mission: Impossible

11 PM News

11:30 Movie: "Dead Ringer"

WKRC Ch. 12 Cincinnati (ABC)

7 AM Curiosity Shop (emotions: the improv group the Committee creates

a symphony from sounds connected with fear, sadness, joy, and love;

a segment on frustration involves squeezing into a phone booth with

a balloon (sounds like "Candid Camera"), delay from Sun 10 AM)

8 AM H.R. Pufnstuf

8:30 Jackson Five

9 AM The Osmonds
9:30 ABC Saturday Superstar Movie: "Nanny And The Professor" in a spy

story centered around a found microdot; the original cast provides

voices.

10:30 Brady Kids

11 AM Skipper Ryle's Pinbusters

12 N Movie: "Nine Hours To Rama"

2 PM Wrestling

3 PM NFL Action '73 (Jim Brown narrates "The Year Of The Runner": O.J.

Simpson wins the NFL rushing championship with 1251 yards; Larry

Brown powers the Redskins' ofense to the NFL title; Franco Harris

ties one of Jim Brown's records by rushing for over 100 yards in six

consecutive games.)

3:30 Soul Train (Smokey Robinson and the Miracles, Chuck Jackson, the

Jackson Sisters)

4:30 Superstars Of Rock (Tower of Power, Olivia Newton-John, Delbert and

Glen, Steve Goodman)

5 PM Wide World Of Sports (Schaefer 500 USAC Race from Pocono International

Raceway; U.S.-Russian wrestling meet)

6:30 Hogan's Heroes

7 PM Hee Haw

8 PM Partridge Family

8:30 Paul Lynde Show (watch for Allen Jenkins, a/k/a the voice of Officer

Dibble on "Top Cat")

9 PM Burns And Schreiber Comedy Hour (Ruth Buzzi, singer Maxine Weldon)

10 PM The Vernons Sing A New Song (gospel group the Vernon Family, Pat Boone,
Dan Issel, and Rev. Ard Hoven)

11 PM News

11:30 Movie: "The Adventures Of Tartu"

1:30 In Concert (Buddy Miles and his band, Rare Earth, Deep Purple, guitarist

Rory Gallagher, delay from Fri 11:30 PM)

WKPC Ch. 15 Louisville (PBS)

7:30 Sesame Street

8:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

9 AM Sesame Street

10 AM Electric Company

10:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

11 AM Sesame Street

12 N Electric Company

12:30 Sesame Street

1:30 Electric Company

2 PM Zoom

2:30 Electric Company

3 PM Fashion Focus

3:30 America, Be Fit

3:45 Living Better

4 PM Lilias, Yoga And You

4:30 Book Beat

5 PM Harambee
5:30 Between The Lines

6 PM Garden Show

6:30 Who Is Man?

7 PM Firing Line

8 PM The Session (folk-rock singer Don Crawford performs

some of his own songs)

8:30 Playhouse New York Biography (re-enactment of the

Wright Brothers' first flight)

10 PM Portrait Of A Hero As A Young Man (George Washington

in the French and Indian War)

11:30 Cinema Showcase

WLEX Ch. 18 Lexington (NBC)

7 AM Agriculture U.S.A.

7:30 Leisure

8 AM Houndcats

8:30 Roman Holidays

9 AM Jetsons

9:30 Pink Panther

10 AM Underdog

10:30 The Barkleys

11 AM Sealab 2020

11:30 Runaround

12 N Around The World In 80 Days


12:30 Wimbledon (see Ch. 3)

2 PM Baseball Pre-Game Show

2:15 Baseball: Yankees-Twins or Red Sox-White Sox

5 PM Wimbledon (see Ch. 3)

6 PM Porter Wagoner

6:30 NBC News

7 PM Lawrence Welk (salute to Canada)

8 PM Emergency!

9 PM NBC Movie: "The Honey Pot"

11:30 News

12 M Early Start (religious program)

12:10 Movie: "The Brigand Of Kandahar"

WXIX Ch. 19 Cincinnati (Ind.)

7:30 Bugs Bunny (not the CBS show)

8 AM Popeye

8:30 Porky Pig

9 AM Rocky And His Friends

9:30 Jonny Quest

10 AM Daniel Boone

11 AM Rifleman

11:30 Movie: "The Chinese Cat" (Sidney Toler as Charlie

Chan, from '44)

1 PM Movie: "Masterson Of Kansas" (George Montgomery


is Bat Masterson, from '54)

2:30 Rifleman

3 PM Wrestling

4 PM Roller Derby

5 PM Dennis The Menace

5:30 Andy Griffith

6 PM I Love Lucy

6:30 Courtship Of Eddie's Father (guest: astronaut L. Gordon

Cooper)

7 PM Gomer Pyle, USMC

7:30 Gilligan's Island (guest: John McGiver)

8 PM Boris Karlof Presents Thriller (one of the guests is John

Newland, host of the similar "One Step Beyond")

9 PM Movie: "The Mad Magician" (Vincent Price, from '54)

11 PM Twilight Zone

11:30 Roller Games

WKYT Ch. 27 Lexington (CBS)

7 AM Across The Fence

7:30 Sabrina, The Teenage Witch (delay from 8:30 AM)

8 AM Bugs Bunny

8:30 Death Valley Days

9 AM Amazing Chan And The Chan Clan

9:30 New Scooby Doo Movies


10:30 Josie And The Pussycats In Outer Space

11 AM Flintstones Comedy Hour

12 N Archie's TV Funnies

12:30 Fat Albert And The Cosby Kids

1 PM CBS Children's Film Festival

2 PM Bill Anderson

2:30 Tobacco Talk

3 PM Wrestling

4 PM Voyage To The Bottom Of The Sea

5 PM Waltons (delay from Thu 8 PM)

6 PM News

6:30 CBS News

7 PM Hee Haw

8 PM All In The Family

8:30 Bridget Loves Bernie

9 PM Mary Tyler Moore

9:30 Bob Newhart

10 PM Mission: Impossible

11 PM News

11:30 Movie: "Man-Made Monster"

WLKY Ch. 32 Louisville (ABC)

7 AM Curiosity Shop (same as Ch. 12)

8 AM H.R. Pufnstuf
8:30 Jackson Five

9 AM The Osmonds

9:30 ABC Saturday Superstar Movie

10:30 Brady Kids

11 AM Bewitched

11:30 Wrestling

12:30 Lidsville

1 PM Action '73 (Vicki Lawrence, Foster Sylvers, the Heywoods,

from Leo Carrillo Beach, CA)

2 PM Kid Power (delay from 11:30 AM)

2:30 Funky Phantom (delay from 12 N)

3 PM Movie: "Gold Raiders" (the Three Stooges in a straight Western,

from '52)

4 PM Boxing: Sammy Goss vs. Jose Fernandez, junior lightweights, 12

rounds, from Madison Square Garden

5 PM Wide World Of Sports

6:30 Reasoner Report

7 PM Thrillseekers

7:30 This Is Your Life (Dana Andrews is surprised by his wife, actress

Mary Todd Andrews; John Gavin; John Volpe, Nixon's first-term

Secretary of Transportation)

8 PM Partridge Family

8:30 Paul Lynde Show

9 PM Burns And Schreiber Comedy Hour

10 PM Jigsaw
11 PM Twilight Zone

11:30 Movie: "The Unearthly Stranger"

1:10 ABC News (Sam Donaldson)

1:25 Movie: "Robbery Roman Style"

WDRB Ch. 41 Louisville (Ind.)

10 AM New Shapes: Education

10:30 Rap

11 AM Cartoons

11:30 Wally's Workshop

12 N Sports Action Pro-File (Expos' manager Gene Mauch)

12:30 Movie: "The Wagons Roll At Night" (Humphrey Bogart stars

in a tale of carnival life, from '41)

2 PM Wrestling

3 PM Roller Derby

4 PM Trip (drug abuse in the Louisville area; Curtis Mayfield is

interviewed)

4:30 Lost In Space

5:30 Flipside (how a record is produced, with Roberta Flack, jazz

flutist Yusef Latef, Atlantic Records vice president Joel Dorn)

6 PM Soul Train

7 PM Movie: "Phantom From Space"

8:30 Movie: "Invasion Of The Animal People"

10 PM Boris Karlof Presents Thriller


11 PM Wrestling

12 M Movie: "Bundle Of Joy" (Debbie Reynolds and Eddie Fisher, from '56)

WBLG Ch. 62 (WTVQ Ch. 36) Lexington (ABC)

8 AM H.R. Pufnstuf

8:30 Jackson Five

9 AM The Osmonds

9:30 ABC Saturday Superstar Movie

10:30 Brady Kids

11 AM Bewitched

11:30 Kid Power

12 N Funky Phantom

12:30 Lidsville

1 PM Action '73

2 PM Movie: "Men In Her Life"

3 PM Championship Wrestling

4 PM Boxing (see Ch. 32)

5 PM Wide World Of Sports

6:30 Lee Trevino's Golf For Swingers (guests:

Willie Shoemaker and McLean Stevenson)

7 PM UFO

8 PM Partridge Family

8:30 Paul Lynde Show

9 PM Burns And Schreiber Comedy Hour


10 PM Jigsaw

11 PM ABC News

11:15 News

11:30 Movie: "The Bride Came C.O.D."

E Kentucky Educational Network (WKZT/23 Elizabethtown, WKSO/29

Somerset, WKMR/38 Morehead, WKLE/46 Lexington, WKON/52 Owenton,

WCVN/54 Covington, WKMJ/68 Louisville) (PBS)

of air on Saturday

Retro: Kentucky Saturday, July 5, 1958

From TV Guide, Kentucky Edition:

Chs. 5, 9, 12, 18, 27 listed Eastern Time

Chs. 3, 7, 11, 14, 50 listed Central Time

WAVE Ch. 3 Louisville (NBC)

8:30 Cartoon Carnival

9 AM Howdy Doody

9:30 Ruf And Reddy

10 AM Fury

10:30 Blondie (reruns with Arthur Lake and Pamela Britton)

11 AM True Story

11:30 Detective's Diary (I think these were "Saber Of London"


reruns)

12 N Farming With Jack Crowner

12:55 Senate Report (Sen. John Sherman Cooper)

1 PM Kentucky Afield

1:30 Baseball: Pirates-(Milwaukee) Braves

4 PM Circus Boy (ABC, delay from Thu 6:30 PM, time approximate)

4:30 Wagon Train (delay from Wed 6:30 PM)

5:30 Cisco Kid

6 PM Tomorrow's Champions (teenagers in amateur boxing matches)

6:25 News

6:30 People Are Funny

7 PM Bob Crosby (Kathryn Grayson, Sheb Wooley, comedian Jackie

Cannon, COLOR)

8 PM Club Oasis (Spike Jones)

8:30 Turning Point

9 PM Alfred Hitchcock Presents (CBS, pre-empted on Ch. 11, delay

from Sun 8:30 PM)

9:30 Lawrence Welk (ABC, delay from 8 PM)

10 PM Broken Arrow (ABC, delay from Tue 8 PM)

10:30 People's Choice (delay from Thu 8 PM)

11 PM Joseph Cotten (delay from 9:30 PM)

11:30 Movie: "Golden Boy" (a break for William Holden in 1939)

WLW-T Ch. 5 Cincinnati (NBC)


8 AM Movie: "Saga Of Death Valley" (Roy Rogers)

9:30 Signal Three

10 AM Howdy Doody

10:30 Ruf And Reddy

11 AM Fury

11:30 Blondie

12 N True Story

12:30 Detective's Diary

1 PM Little Show

1:15 Dugout Dope

1:25 Baseball: Phillies-Reds (then called the Redlegs)

4 PM Baseball Scoreboard (time approximate)

4:15 Top Pro Golf (Gene Littler vs. Gene Sarazen)

5:15 All About Sports

5:30 Movie: "Home On The Prairie" (Gene Autry)

6:30 Midwestern Hayride (COLOR)

7:30 People Are Funny

8 PM Bob Crosby (COLOR)

9 PM Club Oasis

9:30 Turning Point

10 PM Ted Mack's Amateur Hour (Kenneth Lane, Jersey City,

NJ, operatic tenor; the Melody Knights, New Britain,

CT, polka band; Paul Gaither, Silver Spring, MD, tap

dancer; Thomas Cascone, Hartford, CT, ventriloquist;

the Boardwalk Drummers, Atlantic City, NJ, tap dancers)


10:30 Joseph Cotten

11 PM News, Weather And Sports

11:15 Movie: "Swing Time" (Fred and Ginger, from '38)

WTVW Ch. 7 Evansville (ABC)

12 N Compass

12:30 Movie: "Beyond The Rockies"

1:30 Movie: "Almost A Gentleman"

3 PM Movie: "Gun Law"

4 PM Four O'Clock Hop (Bif Cole)

5 PM Film: "The Big Train"

5:30 Jungle Jim

6 PM Sky King

6:30 Dick Clark (singers Don Cornell, Johnny Cash, Jan

and Arnie (better known as Jan and Dean), the

Upbeats)

7 PM Country Music Jubilee (Jim Reeves' guest is Slim

Whitman)

8 PM Lawrence Welk (the Lennon Sisters' 6-year-old

brother Pat joins them on "Christopher Robin Is

Saying His Prayers")

9 PM Life With Elizabeth (Betty White)

9:30 Wrestling (from the studio)

11 PM Movie: "Great Day" (how the residents of an English


village prepared for a visit from Eleanor Roosevelt)

WCPO Ch. 9 Cincinnati (ABC, still listed as ABC, DuMont)

7 AM Know Your World

7:15 Industry On Parade

7:30 Big Picture

8 AM Get Set, Go!

8:30 Better Business Bureau

8:55 Play It Safe

9 AM Movie: "Adventure Of The Masked Phantom" (sounds

like a poor man's Lone Ranger--it is a Western)

10:30 Cowboy G-Men

11 AM Ramar Of The Jungle

11:30 Laurel And Hardy

12 N TV Dance Party

4 PM Movie: "Paid To Kill"

5 PM Movie: "Western Courage" (Ken Maynard)

6 PM Movie: "Moon Over Her Shoulder"

7:30 Dick Clark

8 PM Country Music Jubilee

9 PM Lawrence Welk

10 PM Janet Dean, Registered Nurse

10:30 Wrestling From Chicago

11:30 Movie: "The Cowboy And The Blonde"


WHAS Ch. 11 Louisville (CBS)

9 AM Heckle And Jeckle

9:30 Mighty Mouse

10 AM Captain Kangaroo

11 AM Jimmy Dean (guest: Connie Francis)

12 N Lone Ranger

12:30 Songs Of Faith

1 PM Cartoon Circus

2 PM Western Movie

3 PM Film Feature

3:30 Horse Race: Mother Goose Stakes, mile and one-sixteenth,

for three-year-old fillies, from Belmont Park

4 PM 20th Century-Fox Hour

5 PM Maverick (ABC, delay from Sun 6:30 PM)

6 PM Hi Varieties (high-school talent show)

6:30 Perry Mason

7:30 Top Dollar

8 PM Oh! Susanna (Gale Storm)

8:30 Have Gun, Will Travel

9 PM Gunsmoke

9:30 Sea Hunt

10 PM Ozzie And Harriet (ABC, delay from Wed 8 PM)

10:30 News, Weather And Sports


10:55 Movie: "Time To Kill" (Lloyd Nolan as one of many

actors to play Michael Shayne, from '42)

WKRC Ch. 12 Cincinnati (CBS)

10:30 Mighty Mouse

11 AM Jimmy Dean

12 N Lone Ranger

12:30 Film Feature

1 PM Movies: "Garden Of The Moon" and "The Law

Rides Again"

3:30 Horse Race: Mother Goose Stakes

4 PM Movie: "Arizona Whirlwind" (Ken Maynard, Hoot Gibson,

Bob Steele)

5 PM Championship Wrestling

6 PM My Little Margie

6:30 Ray Milland (as Prof. Ray McNulty)

7 PM Ellery Queen

7:30 Perry Mason

8:30 Top Dollar

9 PM Oh! Susanna

9:30 Have Gun, Will Travel

10 PM Gunsmoke

11 PM News, Weather And Sports

11:15 Movie: "Between Two Worlds"


WFIE Ch. 14 Evansville (NBC)

9 AM Howdy Doody

9:30 Ruf And Reddy

10 AM Fury

10:30 Blondie

11 AM True Story

11:30 Detective's Diary

12 N Film Feature

12:30 Willy (June Havoc)

1 PM Our Message

1:15 Leo Durocher

1:30 Baseball: Pirates-(Milwaukee) Braves

4:15 Big Picture (time approximate)

4:45 Wonderful Words Of Life

5 PM Saturday Dance

6 PM Brave Eagle

6:30 People Are Funny

7 PM Bob Crosby (COLOR)

8 PM Club Oasis

8:30 Turning Point

9 PM Ted Mack's Amateur Hour

9:30 Joseph Cotten

10 PM Badge 714 ("Dragnet" reruns)


10:30 News, Weather And Sports

10:35 Movie: "In Old Chicago" (the story of the O'Leary

family, whose cow supposedly caused the big fire)

WLEX Ch. 18 Lexington (NBC/ABC)

1 PM Musical Varieties

1:25 Baseball: Phillies-Reds (Redlegs)

3:55 Baseball Scoreboard (time approximate)

4 PM Western Movie

6 PM Decision For Research (artificial aids in surgery and prosthetic

devices)

6:30 Get Set, Go!

7 PM TBA

7:30 People Are Funny

8 PM Bob Crosby (COLOR)

9 PM Lawrence Welk

10 PM Ted Mack's Amateur Hour

10:30 Joseph Cotten

11 PM News, Weather And Sports

11:20 Movie: "Stranger On The Prowl"

WKYT Ch. 27 Lexington (CBS)

9:30 Western Movie


10:30 Children's Gospel Hour

11 AM Captain Kangaroo

12 N Parson To Person

12:05 Movie: "Swanee River" (Don Ameche as Stephen

Foster, watch for Al Jolson, from '39)

2 PM Len Carl (music)

3:30 Horse Race: Mother Goose Stakes

4 PM Movie: "Arizona Whirlwind"

5 PM Championship Wrestling

6 PM Movie: "Murder Over New York" (Sidney Toler as

Charlie Chan, from '40)

7 PM Ellery Queen

7:30 Waterfront

8 PM Movie: "War Paint" (Robert Stack, from '53)

10 PM News And Weather

10:15 I Led Three Lives

10:45 Mr. District Attorney

11:15 Movie: "Between Two Worlds"

WEHT Ch. 50 (Ch. 25) Evansville (CBS)

9 AM Heckle And Jeckle

9:30 Mighty Mouse

10 AM Captain Kangaroo

11 AM Jimmy Dean
12 N We Believe

12:30 Foundation For The Blind

12:45 Travelogue Film

1:15 Sports Page (Jim McKay looks back at the first night

baseball game: Philadelphia at Cincinnati, May 24, 1935;

Cincinnati won, 2-1, and pitcher "Oom Paul" Derringer is

on hand to discuss the game; Jim also discusses how night

baseball has afected the business side of the game.)

1:25 Baseball: Phillies-Reds (Redlegs)

3:25 Sports (Chick Anderson, time approximate)

3:30 Horse Race: Mother Goose Stakes

4 PM Movie: "The Sherif Of Medicine Bow"

5:30 Impact

6 PM Sergeant Preston Of The Yukon (delay from Thu 6:30 PM)

6:30 Perry Mason

7:30 Top Dollar

8 PM Oh! Susanna

8:30 Have Gun, Will Travel

9 PM Gunsmoke

9:30 Sherif Of Cochise

10 PM Alfred Hitchcock Presents (delay from Sun 8:30 PM)

10:30 News, Weather And Sports

10:45 Movie: "Man-eater of Kumaon"

12:15 Wrestling
Retro: Seattle/Tacoma Mon, July 13, 1970

from Seattle Post-Intelligencer

KOMO 4-ABC

6:05 Note of Faith

6:15 Farm Report

6:20 Thought for the Day

6:25 News

6:30 Irish History (bw)

7:00 Urban Planning (bw)

7:30 Mr. Ed

8:00 News (Furness)

8:15 Good Morning (UW Medical School's Dr. William Sherman with tips on living with your kids)

9:00 Movie "The Reformer and the Redhead" (bw)

10:30 Galloping Gourmet

11:00 Bewitched

11:30 That Girl

noon Best of Everything

12:30 World Apart

1:00 All My Children

1:30 Let's Make a Deal

2:00 Newlywed Game

2:30 Dating Game

3:00 General Hospital

3:30 One Life to Live


4:00 Dark Shadows

4:30 Mothers-in-Law

5:00 What's My Line?

5:30 News (Eddy)

6:00 ABC News

6:30 News (Eddy)

7:00 Exploration Northwest "North Cascade Trail Ride" (Don McCune)

7:30 It Takes a Thief

8:30 Movie "Dial Hot Line"

10:30 Now "Vietnam: Topic A"

11:00 News (Brubaker)

11:30 Dick Cavett

1:00 News

1:05 Thought for the Day

1:10 Note of Faith

KING 5-NBC

6:05 Living

6:20 Farm Summary

6:30 Telecourse (bw/English usage)

7:00 Today (news at 7:25/8:25)

9:00 Telescope

9:55 News

10:00 Sale of the Century

10:30 Hollywood Squares


11:00 Jeopardy!

11:30 Who, What or Where Game

11:55 Distaf (Dr. Landon Smith (diferences between identical and fraternal twins)/Jean Enerson
(women's news)/Bea Donovan (cooking)/Lucille Rivers (sewing)

12:30 Days of Our Lives

1:00 Doctors

1:30 Another World

2:00 Bright Promise

2:30 Another World

3:00 Concentration

3:30 Linkletter Show

4:00 Truth or Consequences

4:30 Mike Douglas (co-host Jerry Lewis; guests Hank Thompson, Rodney Dangerfield, Yvonne
Constant, and Julius Fest)

6:00 NBC News

6:30 News (Wike/Wallace)

7:30 Call of the West (pre-empts My World & Welcome to It)

8:00 Monday Theater "Kowboys"

8:30 Movie "Two for the Seesaw"

11:00 News (Komen)

11:30 Tonight Show

1:00 News

1:05 Movie "Indian Uprising" (bw)

KIRO 7-CBS

6:13 Farm News


6:25 Talk About It

6:30 Summer Semester

7:00 CBS News

7:30 J.P. Patches

8:30 Captain Kangaroo

9:00 News (Kirk)

9:30 To Tell the Truth

10:00 Andy Griffith

10:30 Love of Life

11:00 Where the Heart is

11:25 CBS News

11:30 Search for Tomorrow

noon News

12:30 As the World Turns

1:00 Love is a Many Splendored Thing

1:30 Guiding Light

2:00 Edge of Night

2:30 Secret Storm

3:00 Peyton Place

3:30 Merv Griffin

5:00 Gomer Pyle, USMC

5:30 Top This

6:00 CBS News

6:30 News (Kirk)

7:00 Dick Van Dyke


7:30 Gunsmoke

8:30 Here's Lucy

9:00 Mayberry RFD

9:30 Doris Day

10:00 Wild Wild West

11:00 News (Williams)

11:30 Movie "The Girl Can't Help It" (bw)

1:00 News

KCTS 9-NET

4pm Sesame Street

5:00 Misterogers' Neighborhood

5:30 Scuba Diving

6:00 Now See This "World of Work: Employer-Employee Relationships" (aimed at deaf and hard-
of-hearing viewers)

6:30 Business Tends (Philip Borque/Charles Henning)

7:00 Opera (Dr. Stanley Chapple)

7:30 Seattle in Action (Ted Bryant in conversation with Mayor Wes Uhlman)

8:00 World Press

9:00 NET Journal "World of Piri Thomas" (listings don't indicate if this aired on 56/62; those
channels were listed in a separate section)

KTNT 11-Ind

10:00 Farm Report (bw)

10:10 News

10:30 Jack LaLanne


11:00 Romper Room

noon Rocky & His Friends (Bullwinkle)

12:30 Girl Talk (guest Kim Novak)

1:00 Steve Allen (guests Joey Bishop, Buddy Hackett, John Barbour, and Dian Hart)

2:30 Divorce Court

3:00 Movie Game

3:30 He Said-She Said

4:00 Buck Rogers

4:30 1970 Tacoma Soapbox Derby highlights (Brakeman Bill)

5:00 Rifleman

5:30 I Love Lucy (bw)

6:00 Tom Kennedy

7:00 Beat the Clock

7:30 Perry Mason (bw)

8:30 David Frost (celebrating a year on the air with guest Julie Andrews)

10:00 News (Burd)

11:00 Judd for the Defense

mid. News (bw)

KTVW 13-Ind

7:00 Stock Market (bw/news updates at 10 past the hour; to 1:30pm)

---

6pm Arrest & Trial (bw)

7:30 Travel Passport (bw)

8:00 Western Star (bw)


8:30 McKeever & the Colonel (bw)

9:00 Bob Corcoran (bw)

11:00 Movie: TBA (bw)

KPEC 56-NET

6pm Misterogers' Neighborhood

6:30 Sesame Street

7:30 Consultation

8:00 World Press

9:00 NET Journal

KTPS 62-NET

6:30pm Misterogers' Neighborhood

7:00 Cook Book

7:30 Cineposium

8:00 The Show

9:00 NET Journal

Retro : Des Moines Iowa, Saturday April 18, 1998

WOI ABC 5

5:30 CAPTAIN SIMIAN

6AM EXTREME GHOSTBUSTERS

6:30 THE MASK

7AM 101 DALMATIONS


7:30 ONE SATURDAY MORNING

9:30 BUGS BUNNY

10:30 JUNGLE CUBS

11AM NEW ADVENTURES OF WINNIE THE POOH

11:30 SCIENCE COURT

NOON INFORMICIALS

2PM MLS SOCCER

4PM FIGURE SKATING

5PM INFORMICIAL

5:30 ABC NEWS

6PM NEWS

6:30 AMERICA'S FUNNIEST VIDEOS

7PM MOVIE : SINCE YOU'VE BEEN GONE

9PM NEWS SATURDAY NIGHT

10PM NEWS

10:30 HERCULES THE LEGENDARY JOURNEYS

11:30 XENA WARRIOR PRINCESS

12:30 IN CONCERT

KCCI CBS 8

5AM HEADLINE NEWS CONTINUES

6AM BILL NYE THE SCIENCE GUY

6:30 REBECCA'S GARDEN

7AM CBS SATURDAY MORNING


9AM NEW GHOSTWRITER

9:30 WHEEL OF FORTUNE 2000

10AM SPORTS ILLISTRATED FOR KIDS

10:30 WEIRD AL

11AM TRAVEL UPDATE

11:30 INFORMICAL

NOON VEISHEA PARADE

2PM GOLF

5PM SISKEL & EBERT

5:30 CBS NEWS

6PM NEWS

6:30 INSIDE EDITION WEEKEND

7PM DR. QUINN

8PM EARLY EDITION

9PM WALKER TEXAS RANGER

10PM NEWS

10:35 X-FILES

11:35 OUTER LIMITS

12:35 DUE SOUTH

1:35 SISKEL & EBERT

2:05 ENTERTAINERS

3:05 NEWS

3:40 HEADLINE NEWS

WHO NBC 13
5AM U.S. FARM REPORT

6AM TODAY

8AM TODAY IN IOWA SATURDAY

10AM SAVED BY THE BELL : NEW CLASS

10:30 HANG TIME

11AM POPULAR MECHANICS FOR KIDS

11:30 NBA INSIDE STUFF

NOON SENIOR GOLF

3PM GYMNASTICS

5PM MARTHA STEWART LIVING

5:30 NBC NEWS

6PM NEWS

6:30 WHEEL OF FOURTUNE

7PM NBA SHOWTIME

7:30 NBA BASKETBALL

10PM NEWS

10:30 SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE

MID. PSI FACTOR

1AM INFORMICAL

1:30 MOVIE : VISIONS OF TERROR

3:30 NEWS

4AM NIGHTSIDE

4:30 NEWS
KDSM FOX 17

5AM INFORMICAL

5:30 NICK NEWS

6AM DRAGON BALL Z

6:30 DRAGON BALL Z

7AM NED'S NEWT

7:30 POWER RANGERS IN SPACE

8AM ULTIMATE GOOSEBUMPS

8:30 EERIE, INDIANA : THE OTHER DIMENSION

9AM ULTIMATE GOOSEBUMPS

9:30 TOONSYLVANIA

10AM SILVER SURFER

10:30 SAM & MAX

11AM HONEY I SHRUNK THE KIDS

NOON TITANIC : SECRETS REVEALED

2PM NHL HOCKEY

5PM BEVERLY HILLS, 90210

6PM SEINFELD

6:30 MAD ABOUT YOU

7PM COPS

7:30 COPS

8PM AMERICA'S MOST WANTED

9PM NEXT GENERATION

10PM MAD TV
11PM PENSACOLA : WINGS OF GOLD

MID. NYPD BLUE

1AM MIKE HAMMER : PRIVATE EYE

2AM LOVE BOAT

3AM MOVIE : A NEW LIFE

RETRO : DES MOINES IOWA MONDAY APRIL 20, 1998

WOI ABC 5

5AM GOOD SHEPHERD

6AM ABC/LOCAL NEWS

7AM GOOD MORNING AMERICA

9AM MAURY POVICH

10AM THE VIEW

11AM PORT CHARLES

11:30 NEWS

NOON ALL MY CHILDREN

1PM ONE LIFE TO LIVE

2PM GENERAL HOSPITAL

3PM SALLY JESSY RAPHEAL

4PM PICTIONARY

4:30 JEOPORDY

5PM NEWS

5:30 ABC NEWS

6PM MASH
6:30 GRACE UNDER FIRE

7PM PUSH

8PM 20/20

9PM THE PRACTICE

10PM NEWS

10:35 NIGHTLINE

11:05 POLITICALLY INCORRECT

11:35 INFORMICALS

KCCI CBS 8

5AM THIS MORNING'S BUSSINESS

5:30 CBS NEWS

6AM NEWS

7AM THIS MORNING

8AM THIS MORNING

9AM REGIS & KATHIE LEE

10AM PRICE IS RIGHT

11AM YOUNG & THE RESTLESS

NOON NEWS

12:30 BOLD & THE BEAUTIFUL

1PM AS THE WORLD TURNS

2PM GUIDING LIGHT

3PM MONTEL WILLIAMS

4PM OPRAH WINFREY


5PM NEWS

5:30 CBS NEWS

6PM NEWS

6:30 INSIDE EDITION

7PM COSBY

7:30 EVERYBODY LOVES RAYMOND

8PM THE CLOSER

8:30 MURPHY BROWN

9PM BROOKLYN SOUTH

10PM NEWS

10:35 LETTERMAN

11:35 ENTERTAINMENT TONIGHT

12:05 TOM SNYDER

1:05 INFORMICAL

1:35 NEWS

2:10 UP TO THE MINUTE

WHO NBC 13

5AM AG DAY

5:30 NBC NEWS

6AM NEWS

7AM TODAY

9AM MARTHA STEWART LIVING

9:30 GAYLE KING


10AM SUNSET BEACH

11AM LEEZA

NOON NEWS

1PM DAYS OF OUR LIVES

2PM ANOTHER WORLD

3PM AMERICAN JOURNAL

3:30 EXTRA!

4PM ROSIE O' DONNELL

5PM NEWS

5:30 NBC NEWS

6PM NEWS

6:30 WHEEL OF FORTUNE

7PM SUDDENLY SUSAN

7:30 HOUSE RULES

8PM CAROLINE IN THE CITY

8:30 JUST SHOOT ME

9PM DATELINE NBC

10PM NEWS

10:35 JAY LENO

11:35 CONAN O' BRIEN

12:35 LATER

1:05 JENNY JONES

2:05 NIGHTSIDE

2:30 NEWS

3:05 NIGHTSIDE
3:30 NEWS

4:05 NIGHTSIDE

4:25 NEWS

KDSM FOX 17

5AM FANTASTIC FOUR

5:30 X-MEN

6AM MIGHTY DUCKS

6:30 MUMMIES ALIVE

7AM BOBBY'S WORLD

7:30 LIFE WITH LOUIE

8AM SONIC THE HEDGEHOG

8:30 101 DALMATIONS

9AM INFORMICALS

10AM LITTLE HOUSE ON THE PRARIE

11AM RICKI LAKE

NOON ANDY GRIFFTH

12:30 JERRY SPRINGER

1:30 JUDGE JUDY

2PM JUDGE JUDY

2:30 BANANA'S IN PAJAMAS

3PM BEETLEBORGS METALLIX

3:30 SPIDER-MAN

4PM NINJA TURTLES


4:30 POWER RANGERS TURBO

5PM SIMPSONS

5:30 HOME IMPROVEMENT

6PM HOME IMPROVEMENT

6:30 SEINFELD

7PM DAMON

7:30 GETTING PERSONAL

8PM ALLY MCBEAL

9PM NEXT GENERATION

10PM SIMPSONS

10:30 FRASIER

11PM CHEERS

11:30 MAD ABOUT YOU

MID. SOLDIER OF FORTUNE

1AM INFORMICAL

1:30 PENSACOLA : WINGS OF GOLD

2:30 TEAM KNIGHT RIDER

3:30 MARRIED...WITH CHILDREN

4AM COPS

4:30 BLOSSOM

Retro: Iowa-Tuesday, 9/21/93

From TV Guide, Iowa Edition, 9/18-9/24/93

CHANNELS LISTED
DES MOINES/AMES

5-WOI (ABC)

8D-KCCI (CBS)

13-WHO (NBC)

17-KDSM (Fox)

MASON CITY

3M-KIMT (CBS)

QUAD CITIES

4-WHBF (CBS)

6-KWQC (NBC)

8-WQAD (ABC)

18-WLJB (Fox)

KIRKSVILLE/OTTUMWA

3-KTVO (ABC)

15-KYOU (Fox)

CEDAR RAPIDS/WATERLOO

2-KGAN (CBS)

7-KWWL (NBC)

9-KCRG (ABC)

28-KOCR (Fox)
DUBUQUE

40-KDUB (ABC)

BURLINGTON

26-KJMH (Fox)

5:00

2-CBS News

3M 5-This Mornings Business

6 9-AG Day

8D-A Current Afair

13-Morning Stretch

17-Bullwinkle

28-Hardcastle and McCormick

5:30

3-This Mornings Business

3M 8D-CBS News

5 8 9-ABC News

6 7 13-NBC News

17-Ducktales

18-Captain Planet

26-AG Day
6:00

2-This Morning

3-AG Day

3M-Goof Troop

4 26-This Mornings Business

5 6 7 8 8D 9 13-News

15-Rush Limbaugh

17-Power Rangers

18-Darkwing Duck

26-Ducktales

40-ABC News

6:30

3-ABC News

3M-News

4-CBS News

15 28-Darkwing Duck

17-Stunt Dawgs

18-Goof Troop

26-Yogi and Friends

7:00

3 5 8 9 40-Good Morning America

3M 4 8D-This Morning

6 7 13-Today
15-Goof Troop

17-Tale Spin

18-Bonkers

26-Conan the Adventurer

28-New Adventures of Captain Planet

7:30

15 18 28-Power Rangers

17-Tom and Jerry Kids

26-Xuxa

8:00

2-Regis and Kathie Lee

15 18 28-Merrie Melodies

17-Tiny Toons

26-Power Rangers

8:30

15 28-Tale Spin

17-Darkwing Duck

18-Garfield and Friends

26-Pink Panther

9:00

2 4-Vicki!
3 40-Jenny Jones

3M-Murphy Brown

5 6-Phil Donahue

7 13-John and Leeza

8 8D 15-Regis and Kathie Lee

9-Les Brown

17-Little House on the Prairie

18-Matlock

26-Merrie Melodies

28-St. Elsewhere

9:30

3M-Designing Women

26-Childrens Room

10:00

2 3M 4 8D-The Price Is Right

3 40-Home

5-Jerry Springer

6 15-Sally Jessy Raphael

7-Concentration

8-Golden Girls

9-Designing Women

13-Ricki Lake

17-Family Matters
18-In the Heat of the Night

26-Valuevision (until 12:30)

28-Movie: It Started with a Kiss (59)

10:30

7-Caesars Challenge

8-Designing Women

9-American Journal

17-Family Matters

11:00

2 3M 8D-Young and the Restless

3 7-Peoples Court

4-Family Feud

5-Home

6-Les Brown

8-Murphy Brown

9-Rush Limbaugh

13-Caesars Challenge

15-Bertice Berry

17-Jenny Jones

18-Geraldo

40-Loving

11:30
3-Loving

4-Young and the Restless

5 8 9 40-News

7-Peoples Court

13-Family Feud

12:00

2 3M 6 7 8D 13-News

3 5 8 9 40-All My Children

15-Designing Women

17-Andy Griffith

18-Bertice Berry

28-Jane Whitney

12:30

2 3M 4 8D-Bold and the Beautiful

6 7 13-Days of Our Lives

15-Love Connection

17-700 Club

26-Family Feud

1:00

2 3M 4 8D-As the World Turns

3 5 8 9 40-One Life to Live

15-Jerry Springer
18-Family Matters

26-Scratch

28-Montel Williams

1:30

6 7 13-Another World

17-Merrie Melodies

18-Somic the Hedgehog

26-Wavelength

2:00

2 3M 4 8D-Guiding Light

3 5 8 9 40-General Hospital

15-Phil Donahue

17-Conan the Adventurer

18-Tale Spin

26-Mr. Bogus

28-Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog

2:30

6-American Journal

7-Phil Donahue

13-Van and Connie

17-Sonic the Hedgehog

18-Tom and Jerry Kids


26-Inspector Gadget

28-Hallo Spencer Show

3:00

2-Garfield and Friends

3 6-Oprah Winfrey

3M-Designing Women

4-Jenny Jones

5-Vicki!

8-Ricki Lake

8M-Les Brown

9-Cosby Show

13-Bertice Berry

15 26 28-Tom and Jerry Kids

17-Goof Troop

18-Tiny Toons

40-Family Matters

3:30

2-Goof Troop

3M-Garfield and Friends

7-Maury Povich

9-Full House

15 26 28-Tiny Toons

17 18-Animaniacs
40-Family Matters

4:00

2 3M-Bonkers

3-Inside Edition

4-Maury Povich

5-Growing Pains

6-Jeopardy!

8-Entertainment Tonight

8D 9-Oprah Winfrey

13-Sally Jessy Raphael

15 26 28-Animaniacs

17-Bonkers

18-Batman

40-Newhart

4:30

2 18-Saved by the Bell

3 7-Jeopardy!

3M-Andy Griffith

5-Cosby Show

6-Paula Sands Live

8-Hard Copy

15 17 26 28-Batman

40-Golden Girls
5:00

2-Cheers

3 7 8 8D 9 13-News

3M 5-M*A*S*H

4-Highway Patrol

15 17 18-Full House

26-Sonic the Hedgehog

28-Wavelength

40-Empty Nest

5:30

2 3M 4 8D-CBS News

3 5 8 9 40-ABC News

6 7 13-NBC News

15-Designing Women

17-Whos the Boss?

18-Family Matters

26-Highway to Heaven

28-Family Feud

6:00

2 3 3M 4 5 6 7 8 8D 9 13 40-News

15-Murphy Brown

17-Marriedwith Children
18-Roseanne

28-Hill Street Blues

6:30

2 15-Cops

3 6 7 13-Wheel of Fortune

3M 17 18-Coach

4-Rescue 911

5 9-Roseanne

8-A Current Afair

8D-Inside Edition

26-Entertainment Tonight

40-Golden Girls

7:00

2 3M 4 8D-Rescue 911

3 5 8 9 40-Full House

6 7 13-Saved by the Bell: College Years

15 17 18 26 28-Roc

7:30

3 5 8 9 40-Phenom

6 7 13-Getting By

15 17 18 26 28-Bakersfield P.D.
8:00

2 3M 4 8D-Movie: Donato and Daughter (Made for TV, 93)

3 5 8 9 40-Roseanne

6 7 13-John Larroquette

15 17 18 26 28-Americas Most Wanted

8:30

3 5 8 9 40-Coach

6 7 13-Second Half

9:00

3 5 8 9 40-NYPD Blue (Debut)

6 7 13-Dateline NBC

15-In the Heat of the Night

17 18-Time Trax

26-Star Trek: The Next Generation

28-Renegade

10:00

2 3 3M 4 5 6 7 8 8D 9 13 40-News

15 17 18 26 28-Chevy Chase

10:35

2 3M 5-Cheers

3 40-Nightline
4 8D-David Letterman

6 7 13-Tonight

8-M*A*S*H

9-Star Trek: The Next Generation

11:00

15-Rush Limbaugh

17-Star Trek: The Next Generation

18 26-Arsenio Hall

28-Movie: If Looks Could Kill (91)

11:05

2 3M-David Letterman

3 8-Marriedwith Children

5-Rush Limbaugh

40-In the Heat of the Night

11:30

15-A Current Afair

11:35

3-Jane Whitney

4-Rush Limbaugh

5 8 9-Nightline

6 7 13-Conan OBrien
8D-Murphy Brown

12:00

15-Movie: Samaritan: The Mitch Snyder Story (Made for TV, 86)

17-Jenny Jones

18-Star Trek

26-First and Ten

12:05

2-Marriedwith Children

3M-Star Trek: the Next Generation

4-Jerry Springer

5-In the Heat of the Night

8-News

8D-Designing Women

9-Commercial Program

40-Love Connection

12:30

26-Value vision (until 5:30)

12:35

2-Wonder Years

3-News

6-Cheers
7-Highway Patrol

8D-Designing Women

9-Rush Limbaugh

13-Bob Costas

12:40

8-Inspirations

12:45

8-Home Shopping Spree (until 3:30)

1:00

17-Movie: Tin Man (84)

18-Love Connection

28-Movie: TBA

1:05

2 3M-News

4 6-Commercial Program

5-Love Connection

7-Whos the Boss

8D-A Current Afair

9-Jerry Springer

13-Geraldo
1:30

18-Laverne and Shirley

1:35

3M 8D-Up to the Minute (until 5:00)

5-Peoples Court

6 7-News

1:40

2-Up to the Minute (until 5:00)

2:00

15-Love Connection

2:05

5 9-Home Shopping Spree (until 5:00)

13-Nightside

2:30

13-News

15-Peoples Court

3:00

7-Nightside (until 5:30)

17-Movie: The Last Chase (81)


28-Movie: It Started with a Kiss (59)

3:05

13-Nightside

3:30

8-World News Now (until 5:30)

13-News

4:05

13-Nightside

4:30

13-Van and Connie

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> CEDAR RAPIDS/WATERLOO


> 28-KOCR (Fox)

> 1:00AM

> 28-Movie: TBA

Was this during the start of KOCR's "whatever they can get at the video store" stage, or didn't
that come until later?

By the looks of things, KOCR had a solid schedule -- hard to realise that a year later, they would
go down in blazes.

Also, does Burlington's KJMH ch.26 have a story? A few years later, they would become a
satellite of the Quad Cities' KLJB.<P ID="edit"><FONT class="small">Edited by rugrats1 on
11/03/05 02:46 AM.</FONT></P>

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Re: Retro: Iowa-Tuesday, 9/21/93

>

> Was this during the start of KOCR's "whatever they can get

> at the video store" stage, or didn't that come until later?

>

> By the looks of things, KOCR had a solid schedule -- hard to

> realise that a year later, they would go down in blazes.

>

> Also, does Burlington's KJMH ch.26 have a story? A few years
> later, they would become a satellite of the Quad Cities'

> KLJB.

I can't answer your questions. This is an edition I picked up on vacation. Sorry.

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> I can't answer your questions. This is an edition I picked

> up on vacation. Sorry.

>

I mean anyone in particular.

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Re: Retro: Iowa-Tuesday, 9/21/93

> > I can't answer your questions. This is an edition I

> picked

> > up on vacation. Sorry.

>>

> I mean anyone in particular.

>

KJMH lost its Fox affiliation at some point later on and was an independent. I used to get the
Western Illinois Edition of TV Guide, which also carried listings for KJMH. The station just
disappeared in TV Guide sometime after the Fox affiliation was gone. I never knew if the station
went dark or if TV Guide just dropped them. Sometime later, the station was purchased by the
company that owns Channel 18 in the Quad Cities. I believe 18 was simulcast on 26 for a time,
and then 26 became a WB affiliate at some point.

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Quote Originally Posted by SteveRichards

> > I can't answer your questions. This is an edition I

> picked

> > up on vacation. Sorry.


>>

> I mean anyone in particular.

>

KJMH lost its Fox affiliation at some point later on and was an independent. I used to get the
Western Illinois Edition of TV Guide, which also carried listings for KJMH. The station just
disappeared in TV Guide sometime after the Fox affiliation was gone. I never knew if the station
went dark or if TV Guide just dropped them. Sometime later, the station was purchased by the
company that owns Channel 18 in the Quad Cities. I believe 18 was simulcast on 26 for a time,
and then 26 became a WB affiliate at some point.

I've always wondered this about KJMH (pre-KLJB repeater days)--had it not been for first-
adjacent WQEC-27 (PBS) in Quincy, and if KJMH had the financial backing to upgrade/move to a
diferent channel, could a case had been made to turn KJMH into a drop-in, de facto Fox affiliate
for the Quincy/Hannibal market (with a tower either in Lee County, IA or northern Hancock
County, IL)? This is despite the fiasco of the ill-fated KTVO-3 efort to enter the Quincy market
with its 2000-ft. tower (which collapsed June 2, 1988). Sometimes I have wondered if that could
have been part of the intention of channel 26's owners of having two Fox affiliates in the Quad
Cities market (even though KLJB-18 briefly lost its Fox affiliation during 1988-90).

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Re: Retro: Iowa-Tuesday, 9/21/93

Where's all that horrible programming that KOCR aired? I thought at this time, not only were
they renting VHS tapes for broadcast - illegally; but they also aired many programs with "of-key"
commercial breaks (I thought one guy said "Crazy Like a Fox" aired on KOCR in July one year with
December holiday ads in it). They also had absolutely no ads on air - maybe one advertiser, and
promos. Today's Fox on 28 in Cedar Rapids is a heck of a lot better!

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Re: Retro: Iowa-Tuesday, 9/21/93

KJMH's problem is that it really didn't cover anything but Burlington (it was on the KGRS tower),
and there just wasn't enough population to make it viable. Before the move to Aledo, there was
an LPTV in the Quad Cities on 26.

KJMH definitely would have needed to change channels to make a move to Quincy. There were
vacant noncommercial allotments in Ft. Madison and Keokuk which might have been
possibilities for a channel swap. I heard secondhand that KTVO had made an ofer on the station
in the early 90's.

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Re: Retro: Iowa-Tuesday, 9/21/93

No Jeopardy in Des Moines in Sept. 1993? ??? Although wasn't there a period (before this
schedule) that J! and WOF aired on two separate Central Iowa stations--J! on KCCI and WOF on
WHO (or vice-versa)? I recall seeing old Des Moines schedules from 1990 in which this practice
occurred.

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Re: Retro: Iowa-Tuesday, 9/21/93

My recollection is that in the late 80''s Jeopardy was on WOI at an early slot (maybe 4:30) and
Wheel aired on KCCI at 6:30. This would have been back when WOI ran local news at 5 and
M*A*S*H at 6. I think Wheel may have aired on WHO earlier in the decade.

Any listings for PBS?

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Re: Retro: Iowa-Tuesday, 9/21/93

Quote Originally Posted by Neil Griffin

KJMH definitely would have needed to change channels to make a move to Quincy. There were
vacant noncommercial allotments in Ft. Madison and Keokuk which might have been
possibilities for a channel swap. I heard secondhand that KTVO had made an ofer on the station
in the early 90's.

That would have been rather interesting if KTVO's ofer on KJMH had been successful (at that
time KTVO had been a few years removed from their 2000 ft. tower collapse), the channel
moved from 26 to one of the vacant Ft. Madison/Keokuk allotments (or even a new station), and
became an repeater for primarily the Illinois side of the Quincy/Hannibal market. A new tower
could have been built in ground conductivity-rich Hancock County, IL (between Carthage and
Dallas City), and would have filled most of the then-ABC white area in western Illinois
particularly in an area bordered roughly by Quincy/Macomb/Pittsfield/Beardstown/Jacksonville
(which at the time lacked Grade B-level reception of ABC alternatives such former affiliate WAND
Decatur, KTVO, WHOI Peoria, KTVI/KDNL St. Louis, and WQAD Moline).

In fact, there were some cable systems in parts of Adams, Brown, and Pike counties in Illinois
that were only able to rely on national ABC feeds pre-KHQA 7.2 (including WKRN Nashville and
WABC). And although not listed in this edition (but is receptible from Burlington southward),
Quincy NBC affiliate WGEM-10 was still carrying "All My Children" on a three-hour tape delay
during Sept. 1993.

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Re: Retro: Iowa-Tuesday, 9/21/93

Given the costs of building new transmitting facilities and getting the channel moved, I suspect
even free as a price for KJMH may have been too much. Certainly more value as a potential
move-in for the Quad Cities.

When you start looking at the small market stations that signed on in the 50's and 60's that
served very rural areas, KTVO really was fortunate. Being on VHF certainly played a large part of
it. I doubt if they had signed on as a UHF station in 1955, they would have survived as a stand
alone station. Chances are, they would have either been a repeater for a station in a nearby
market or gone dark and been forgotten (like WJJY).

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Re: Retro: Iowa-Tuesday, 9/21/93

Jeoprdy has aired on WOI, KCCI, AND WHO OVER THE YEARS

WHEEL OF FORTUNE HAS AIRED ON KCCI THEN WENT TO WHO IN FALL 1990 I BELEIVE.

Request: Iowa TV Listings (1995-99)


Anybody have TV Listings from Local TV Guides from Iowa from the late 90s? If so, I'd like to see
some posted!

Here are the listings during the time period.

2 - KGAN Cedar Rapids (CBS)

3 - KTVO Kirksville (ABC)

3M - KIMT Mason City (CBS)

4 - WHBF Rock Island (CBS)

5 - WOI Ames (ABC)

6 - KWQC Davenport (NBC)

7 - KHQA Hannibal (CBS)

7W - KWWL Waterloo (NBC)

8 - KCCI Des Moines (CBS)

8M - WQAD Moline (ABC)

9 - KCRG Cedar Rapids (ABC)

13 - WHO Des Moines (NBC)

13R - WREX Rockford (NBC)

17 - KDSM Des Moines (Fox)

17R - WTVO Rockford (ABC)

18 - KLJB Davenport (Fox)

20 - KWKB Iowa City (WB)

26 - KJMH Burlington (Fox)

28 - KFXA Cedar Rapids (Fox)

39 - WQRF Rockford (Fox)

40 - KFXB Dubuque (Fox)


If you have any just let me know, and I'd like to see some posted!

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Re: Request: Iowa TV Listings (1995-99)

SATURDAY, JANUARY 14, 1995

WOI 5 (ABC)

5:30am NICK NEWS

6AM DUCKTALES

6:30 BLINKY BILL

7AM SONIC THE HEDGEHOG (7AM-NOON ABC SHOWS)

7:30 FREE WILLY

8AM CRYPTKEEPER

8:30 REBOOT

9AM BUMP IN THE NIGHT

9:30 FUDGE (DEBUT)

10AM BUGS BUNNY & TWEETY


11AM CRO

11:30 CRASH THE CURIOUSAURUS

NOON TIM FLOYD BASKETBALL

12:30 COLLEGE BASKETBALL

3PM COLLEGE BASKETBALL

5PM GOOD FISHING

5:30 ABC NEWS

6PM EMERGENCY CALL

6:30 EMERGENCY CALL

7PM MOVIE "SWISS FAMILY ROBINSON" (7-10PM ABC SHOWS, MOVIE FROM 1960)

9PM COMMISH

10PM NEWS

10:30 BAYWATCH

11:30 THUNDER IN PARADISE

12:30 IN CONCERT

KCCI 8 (CBS)

5AM CURRENT AFFAIR

5:30 NEWS

6AM STORYBREAK (CBS SHOW)

6:30 ANIMAL ADVENTURES

7AM LITTLE MERMAID (7AM-11:30AM CBS SHOWS)

7:30 BEETHOVEN

8AM ALADDIN
8:30 NINJA TURTLES

9AM WILDC.A.T.S.

9:30 SKELETON WARRIORS

10AM GARFEILD & FRIENDS

10:30 GARFEILD & FRIENDS

11AM BEAKMANS WORLD

11:30 BILL NYE

NOON COLLEGE BASKETBALL

2PM COLLEGE BASKETBALL

4PM SKIING

5PM GOLDEN GIRLS

5:30 CBS NEWS

6PM NEWS

6:30 INSIDE EDITION WEEKEND

7PM DR. QUINN MEDICINE WOMAN (7PM-10PM, CBS SHOWS)

8PM BOYS ARE BACK

8:30 FIVE MRS. BUCHANNANS

9PM WALKER TEXAS RANGER

10PM NEWS

10:30 MURPHY BROWN

11PM RENEGADE

MID. MAGNUM P.I.

1AM MAGNUM P.I.

2AM ENTERTAINERS

3AM NEWS
3:30 HEADLINE NEWS

WHO 13 (NBC)

5AM NIGHTSIDE

5:30 U.S. FARM REPORT

6AM CALIFORNIA DREAMS (NBC SHOW)

6:30 NBA INSIDE STUFF

7AM TODAY

9AM TODAY IN IOWA SATURDAY

11AM SAVED BY THE BELL (NBC SHOW)

11:30 SAVED BY THE BELL (NBC SHOW)

NOON GLADIATORS 2000

12:30 AMERICAN GLADIATORS

1:30 TO BE ANNOUNCED

3PM FIGURE SKATING

4PM WOMEN'S GOLF

5PM RESCUE 911

5:30 NBC NEWS

6PM NEWS

6:30 WHEEL OF FORTUNE

7PM EMPTY NEST (7PM-10PM, NBC SHOWS)

7:30 MOMMIES

8PM SWEET JUSTICE

9PM SISTERS
10PM NEWS

10:30 SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE

MID. COMEDY SHOWCASE

1AM FOREVER KNIGHT

2AM AMERICAN GLADIATORS

3AM NIGHTSIDE

3:30 NEWS

4AM NIGHTSIDE

4:30 NEWS

KDSM 17 (FOX)

5:30 WONDERLAND

6AM MEGA MAN

6:30 BABY HUEY

7AM DOG CITY (7AM-11AM FOX SHOWS)

7:30 POWER RANGERS

8AM ANIMANIACS

8:30 EEK!/TERRIBLE THUNDER-LIZZARDS

9AM BATMAN & ROBIN

9:30 THE TICK

10AM X-MEN

10:30 RED PLANET

11AM FAMILY MATTERS

11:30 FAMILY MATTERS


NOON MOVIE "A SHOW OF FORCE"

2PM COLLEGE BASKETBALL

4PM MOVIE "TOUGH GUYS"

6PM STAR TREK : DEEP SPACE NINE

7PM COPS (7PM-9PM FOX SHOWS)

7:30 COPS

8PM AMERICAS MOST WANTED

9PM PARTY OF FIVE

10PM TALES FROM THE CRYPT (FOX SHOW)

10:30 TALES FROM THE CRYPT (FOX SHOW)

11PM BABYLON 5

MID. TIME TRAX

1AM HIGHWAY PATROL

1:30 MOVIE "HERCULES IN THE MAZE OF THE MINOTAUR"

3:30 BEWITCHED

4AM BEWITCHED

4:30 PERFECT STRANGERS

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Re: Request: Iowa TV Listings (1995-99)

Now how about listings for

Sunday, January 15, 1995

and

Monday, January 16, 1995!

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Re: Request: Iowa TV Listings (1995-99)

SUNDAY JANUARY 15 1995

WOI 5 (ABC)

6AM HOME AGAIN

6:30 MARTHA STEWART LIVING

7AM GOOD MORNING AMERICA SUNDAY

8AM ANGLIN' USA


8:30 DAY OF DISCOVERY

9AM KENNETH COPELAND

10AM INFORMICIAL

10:30 THIS WEEK

11:30 NEWSMAKERS

NOON SIMPLY FISHING

12:30 INFORMICIALS

2PM PEGGY FLEMING'S ICE STORIES - ICE SKATING

3PM KICKIN IT - MUSIC

5PM ABC NEWS

5:30 NEWS

6PM FUNNIEST HOME VIDEOS (6PM-10PM ABC SHOWS)

6:30 FUNNIEST HOME VIDEOS

7PM ALL MY CHILDREN 25TH ANNIVERSARY

8PM MOVIE : DRIVING MISS DAISY

10PM NEWS

10:30 LONESOME DOVE : THE SERIES

11:30 HIGHLANDER

KCCI 8 (CBS)

5:30 NEWS

6AM ANIMAL ADVENTURES

6:30 INFORMICAL

7AM HOUR OF POWER


8AM SUNDAY MORNING

9:30 REAL ESTATE CLASSIFIEDS

10:30 FACE THE NATION

11AM STRAIGHT TALK

11:30 INFORMICIAL

NOON HAWKEYE

1PM MOVIE : THE BIG EASY

3PM SISKEL & EBERT

3:30 INFORMICIAL

4PM NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC ON ASSIGNMENT

5PM NEWS

5:30 CBS NEWS

6PM 60 MINUTES (6PM-10PM CBS SHOWS)

7PM MURDER SHE WROTE

8PM MOVIE : PRESUMED INNOCENT

10:30 NEWS

11PM MURPHY BROWN

11:30 SISKEL & EBERT

MID. CURRENT AFFAIR : EXTRA

1AM CRUSAIDERS

2AM INFORMICIAL

2:30 UP TO THE MINUTE

WHO 13 (NBC)
5AM INFORMICAL

5:30 U.S. FARM REPORT

6AM COME TOGETHER

7AM TODAY

8AM MEET THE PRESS

9AM TODAY IN IOWA SUNDAY

11AM THIS IS THE NFL

11:30 NFL PLAYOFF / TO BE ANNOUNCED

3PM NFL PLAYOFF / TO BE ANNOUNCED

6PM TOO GOOD TO BE TRUE (6PM-10PM NBC SHOWS)

7PM SEAQUEST DSV

8PM MOVIE : BONANZA : UNDER ATTACK

10PM NEWS

10:35 HAWKEYE SPORTS MAGIZINE

11:05 THE ROAD

12:05 WILD WEST SHOWDOWN

1AM RESCUE 911

1:30 COURT TV : AMERICA'S COURTS

2AM THIS IS THE NFL

2:30 NEWS

3:05 NIGHTSIDE

3:30 NEWS

4:05 NIGHTSIDE

KDSM 17 (FOX)
5AM PERFECT STRANGERS

5:30 PERFECT STRANGERS

6AM ITS YOUR BUSSINESS

6:30 INFORMICIAL

7AM JACK VAN IMPE

7:30 IN SEARCH OF THE LORDS WAY

8AM INFORMICALS

9AM LITTLE HOUSE ON THE PRARIE

10AM LITTLE HOUSE ON THE PRARIE

11AM TO BE ANNOUNCED

11:30 NFL PLAYOFF / TO BE ANNOUNCED

3PM MOVIE : COCOON

5:30 COACH

6PM SIMPSONS (6PM-9PM FOX SHOWS)

6:30 GET SMART

7PM SIMPSONS

7:30 HOUSE OF BUGGIN'

8PM MARRIED WITH CHILDREN

8:30 DREAM ON

9PM HIGHWAY PATROL

9:30 TRAUMA CENTER

10PM ROBOCOP

11PM WWF WRESTLING

MID. BLADE WARRIORS


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MONDAY JANUARY 16, 1995

WOI 5 (ABC)

5:30 ABC NEWS

6AM NEWS

7AM GOOD MORNING AMERICA

9AM MARILU

10AM MIKE & MATY (ABC SHOW)

11AM LOVING (ABC DAYTIME)

11:30 NEWS

NOON ALL MY CHILDREN (NOON-3PM ABC DAYTIME)

1PM ONE LIFE TO LIVE

2PM GENERAL HOSPITAL

3PM JENNY JONES

4PM MAURY POVICH


5PM JEOPORDY

5:30 ABC NEWS

6PM NEWS

6:30 ROSEANNE

7PM COACH (7-10PM ABC SHOWS)

7:30 WHOLE NEW BALL GAME

8PM MOVIE : DEATH IN SMALL DOSES

10PM NEWS

10:35 NIGHTLINE

11:05 CHEERS

11:35 MASH

12:05 NORTHERN EXPOUSURE

KCCI 8 (CBS)

5:30 CBS NEWS

6AM NEWS

7AM THIS MORNING

9AM REGIS & KATHIE LEE

10AM PRICE IS RIGHT

11AM YOUNG & THE RESTLESS

NOON NEWS

12:30 BOLD & THE BEAUTIFUL

1PM AS THE WORLD TURNS

2PM GUIDING LIGHT


3PM GORDON ELLIOTT

4PM OPRAH WINFREY

5PM NEWS

5:30 CBS NEWS

6PM NEWS

6:30 INSIDE EDITION

7PM THE NANNY (7PM-10PM CBS SHOWS)

7:30 DAVE'S WORLD

8PM MURPHY BROWN

8:30 CYBILL

9PM CHICAGO HOPE

10PM NEWS

10:35 DAVID LETTERMAN

11:35 MURPHY BROWN

12:05 AMERICAN JOURNAL

12:35 JUDGE FOR YOURSELF

1:35 CURRENT AFFAIR

2:05 INFORMICAL

2:35 UP TO THE MINUTE

WHO 13 (NBC)

5AM AG DAY

5:30 NBC NEWS

6AM NEWS
7AM TODAY

9AM PHIL DONAHUE

10AM LEEZA

11AM SUSAN POWTER

11:30 RUSH LIMBAUGH

NOON NEWS

12:30 DAYS OF OUR LIVES

1:30 ANOTHER WORLD

2:30 AFTERNOON SHOW

3PM SALLY JESSY RAPHEAL

4PM RICKI LAKE

5PM NEWS

5:30 NBC NEWS

6PM NEWS

6:30 WHEEL OF FORTUNE

7PM FRESH PRINCE (7-10PM NBC SHOWS)

7:30 BLOSSOM

8PM MOVIE : OUT FOR JUSTICE

10PM NEWS

10:35 JAY LENO

11:35 CONAN O BREIN

12:35 GREG KINNEAR

1:05 JERRY SPRINGER

2:05 DENNIS PRAGER

2:35 NEWS
3:10 NIGHTSIDE

3:30 NEWS

4:05 NIGHTSIDE

4:30 AFTERNOON SHOW

KDSM 17 (FOX)

5AM BOTS MASTER

5:30 TALE SPIN

6AM BOBBY'S WORLD

6:30 CUBHOUSE

7AM ALADDIN

7:30 SHNOOKUMS & MEAT FUNNY CARTOON SHOW

8AM DARKWING DUCK

8:30 GOOF TROOP

9AM LITTLE HOUSE ON THE PRARIE

10AM FAMILY MATTERS

10:30 WKRP IN CINCINNATI

11AM INFORMICAL

11:30 ANDY GRIFFTH

NOON ANDY GRIFFTH

12:30 DOOGIE HOWSER, M.D.

1PM 700 CLUB

2PM ADVENTURES OF TIMMY THE TOOTH

2:30 TINY TOONS


3PM TAZ-MANIA

3:30 ANIMANIACS

4PM POWER RANGERS

4:30 FAMILY MATTERS

5PM FULL HOUSE

5:30 SIMPSONS

6PM MARRIED WITH CHILDREN

6:30 COACH

7PM MELROSE PLACE (2HRS. EPISODE)

9PM STAR TREK : VOYAGER (2HRS. DEBUT EPISODE)

11PM COPS

11:30 REAL STORIES OF THE HIGHWAY PATROL

MID. UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL (DEBUT)

1AM MOVIE : EATING RAOUL

3AM MOVIE : THE THIRD MAN

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Re: Request: Iowa TV Listings (1995-99)

Well, thank you very much cool_guy81!


I'm not sure if you have any from fall 1995!

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Re: Request: Iowa TV Listings (1995-99)

i can see i do have some other tv guides too

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Re: Request: Iowa TV Listings (1995-99)

no i dont im sorry the next thing i have is from july 1995 and in september 1996

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Re: Request: Iowa TV Listings (1995-99)

Quote Originally Posted by cool_guy81

no i dont im sorry the next thing i have is from july 1995 and in september 1996

Well then, I'll go with both July 1995 and September 1996.

Because I really wanted to know when Ronin Warriors aired in Des Moines

and when Samurai Pizza Cats aired in Des Moines.

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okay i will give you those listings soon but since im tired to write it all out right now i'll tell u the
network n times of ur shows that u want

RONNIN WARRIORS AIRED WEEKDAYS AT 6AM ON FOX 15 IN OTTUMWA IOWA BUT WAS NOT
AIRED IN DES MOINES. IT SAID THE DEBUT EPISODE WAS IN JUNE 1995.

SEPT. 1996 - SAMURAI PIZZA CATS AIRED WEEKDAYS AT 6:30AM ON FOX 18 (QUAD CITIES)

JAN. 1997 TV GUIDE - SAMURAI PIZZA CATS AIRED WEEKDAYS AT 5:30AM ON KDSM FOX 17 IN
DES MOINES IA. NOT EXACTLY SURE WHEN IT CAME ON FOX 17 BUT THE SERIES ITSELF WAS IN
TV GUIDE LISTINGS AS SEPT. 1996.

For Fox 15 in Ottumwa, IA, the call letters were "KYOU"

and for Fox 18 in Quad Cities, the call letters were "KLJB"

right?

However, in Burlington, IA, Fox 26 "KJMH" (now CW 26 "KGCW") was a satellite of KLJB, so thus,
Samurai Pizza Cats, aired on KJMH (which was a satellite of KLJB from 1996 until 2001) every
weekday at 6:30 am as well, right?

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Re: Request: Iowa TV Listings (1995-99)

The call letters are right and for 26 being the same as channel 18 is true after some time airing
their own schedule it switched to air the same programming as channel 18
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Re: Request: Iowa TV Listings (1995-99)

Now I'd like to know if you have any Fall 1997 Iowa TV Listings!

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Re: Request: Iowa TV Listings (1995-99)

Yeah i pretty much have anywhere from 1997-2002, and one from the summer 1990, one from
march 1991, and a few in between which kinda sucks cuz i wish i had some from every year from
1980-2002

closest one i have for fall 1997 is an issue from april 1998 so i'll post that one

Thanks for the April 1998 listings, now I wonder if you have any Iowa TV Listings for fall 1998.
yes i do wish i had some from the 1980's and early 90's

All right, I'd like to see those listings posted, because I really wanted to know where RoboCop:
Alpha Commando and Pokemon REALLY aired in Des Moines, the Quad Cities, Kirksville, Fort
Dodge, and Cedar Rapids.

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ROBOCOP ALPHA COMANDO AIRED WEEKDAYS AT 6:30AM ON KDSM FOX 17, WEEKDAYS AT
8:30AM ON KLJB FOX 18, AND WEEKDAYS AT 2:30PM ON KFXA FOX 28 AND KFXB FOX 40. (IN THE
TV GUIDE IT JUST SAYS ROBOCOP FOR CHANNELS 28 AND 40)

POKEMON AIRED WEEKDAYS AT 8AM ON KDSM FOX 17 AND KLJB FOX 18, AND WEEKDAYS AT
6:30AM ON KFXA AND KFXB FOX 28 AND 40.

Now I hope to see some listings for Fall 1998

for

Ch 5 - WOI

Ch 8 - KCCI

Ch 13 - WHO
Ch 17 - KDSM

You will

RETRO : DES MOINES IOWA, SUNDAY APRIL 19, 1998

WOI ABC 5

5:30 EXTREME DINOSAURS

6AM ZORRO

6:30 YOUR NEW HOUSE

7AM GOOD MORNING AMERICA SUNDAY

8AM NEWSMAKERS

8:30 DAY OF DISCOVERY

9AM KENNETH COPELAND

10AM WELCOME HOME

10:30 THIS WEEK

11:30 INFORMICALS

1PM SUPERSTARS 25TH ANNIVERSARY

3PM FIGURE SKATING

5PM ABC NEWS

5:30 NEWS

6PM MOVIE :WONDERFUL WORLD OF DISNEY : MY DATE WITH THE PRESIDENT'S DAUGHTER

8PM MOVIE : MIND GAMES

10PM NEWS

10:30 WALKER, TEXAS RANGER


11:30 EARTH : FINAL CONFLICT

KCCI CBS 8

5:30 INFORMICALS

6:30 CORAL RIDGE

7AM BEAKMAN'S WORLD

7:30 STORYBREAK

8AM CBS SUNDAY MORNING

9:30 FACE THE NATION

10AM HOUR OF POWER

11AM CUBA : SIGNS OF HOPE

11:30 REBECCA'S GARDEN

NOON DUE SOUTH

1PM CHEERLEADING COMPETITION

2PM GOLF

5PM NEWS

5:30 CBS NEWS

6PM 60 MINUTES

7PM TOUCHED BY AN ANGEL

8PM MOVIE : THE ECHO OF THUNDER

10PM NEWS

10:35 MURPHY BROWN

11:05 ENTERTAINMENT TONIGHT

12:05 X-FILES
1:05 JACK VAN IMPE

1:35 INFORMICAL

2:05 NEWS

2:40 UP TO THE MINUTE

WHO NBC 13

5AM NIGHTSIDE

5:30 INFORMICIAL

6AM BOB VILLA'S HOME AGAIN

6:30 WALL STREET JOURNAL REPORT

7AM TODAY

8AM MEET THE PRESS

9AM TODAY IN IOWA SUNDAY

10AM SAVED BY THE BELL : NEW CLASS

10:30 CITY GUYS

11AM SENIOR GOLF

2PM NBA SHOWTIME

2:30 NBA BASKETBALL

5PM NEWS

5:30 NBC NEWS

6PM DATELINE NBC

7PM DATELINE NBC

8PM MOVIE : BRAVE NEW WORLD


10PM NEWS

10:35 SPORTS SOUNDOFF

11:05 TO BE ANNOUNCED

11:35 EXTRA!

12:35 INFORMICALS

1:30 NEWS

2:05 NIGHTSIDE

2:30 NEWS

3:05 NIGHTSIDE

3:30 NEWS

4:05 NIGHTSIDE

4:25 NEWS

KDSM FOX 17

5AM INFORMICAL

5:30 ITS YOUR BUSSINESS

6AM STUDENT BODIES

6:30 INFORMACIAL

7AM NEW CAPTAIN KANGAROO

7:30 VAN-PIRES

8AM NEW VOLTRON

8:30 BEAST WARS

9AM FOX NEWS SUNDAY

10AM REAL ESTATE CLASSIFIEDS


11AM MOVIE : GLORY

1:30 MOVIE : CASUALTIES OF WAR

4PM MOVIE : PRIVATE BENJAMIN

6PM WORLD'S FUNNIEST

7PM SIMPSONS

7:30 KING OF THE HILL

8PM X-FILES

9PM SEARCH FOR JUSTICE WITH FRED GOLDMAN

10PM LOVE BOAT THE NEXT WAVE

11PM TOTALLY RIDICULOUS : THE WORLD'S FUNNIEST TRUE STORIES

MID. MOESHA

12:30 CLUELESS

1AM INFORMICALS

2AM POLICE ACADAMY

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Re: RETRO : DES MOINES IOWA, SUNDAY APRIL 19, 1998

Can you post listings for Monday, April 20, 1998?

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Re: RETRO : DES MOINES IOWA, SUNDAY APRIL 19, 1998

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Re: RETRO : DES MOINES IOWA, SUNDAY APRIL 19, 1998

And IPTV (PBS) on all three days?

WOI and KDSM seemed to sign of at night during this time WOI plenty early as well (12:30AM
CT)!

-crainbebo

I live in the DSM metro and it was only within the last year or two that WOI began overnight
programming.
The same thing with WOI's sister station down the way in the Quad Cities region, with WHBF
only now recently broadcasting overnights.

Retro: Fort Wayne/South Bend/Lima Wed, July 9, 1969

from TV Guide-Northern Indiana edition

WANE 15-CBS Fort Wayne

6:30 Black Heritage (efect of W.E.B. DuBois on the black intellect, pt 1)

7:00 CBS Morning News

8:00 Captain Kangaroo (the Captain shows films of his visit to Minnesota)

9:00 Movie "You're My Everything" (bw)

10:30 Beverly Hillbillies

11:00 Andy Griffith (bw)

11:30 Dick Van Dyke (bw)

noon Love of Life

12:25 News (Dick Rice)

12:30 Search for Tomorrow

1:00 Ann Colone (the Festival Music Theater cast performs selections from Sweet Charity)

1:30 As the World Turns

2:00 Love is a Many Splendored Thing

2:30 Guiding Light

3:00 Secret Storm

3:30 Edge of Night

4:00 Linkletter Show (guest: author Elsie Sechrist)

4:30 Movie "The Story of Dr. Wassell" (conclusion, Dialing for Dollars airs during the movie)

6:00 McHale's Navy (bw)


6:30 CBS Evening News

7:00 News/Sports/Weather

7:30 Tarzan "The End of the River"

8:30 Good Guys

9:00 Beverly Hillbillies

9:30 Green Acres

10:00 Hawaii Five-O

11:00 News/Weather/Sports

11:30 Paul Harvey

11:35 Movie "Fast and Sexy"

WNDU 16-NBC South Bend

6:55 Daily Meditations

7:00 Today (Apollo 11 report/feature on Affiliate Artists, which promotes talented young
performers/author Theodore Rosebury/report on black America; local programs at 7:25/8:25)

9:00 David Frost (guests include Golda Meir; David's show premiered 2 days earlier)

10:30 Galloping Gourmet

11:00 Personality

11:30 Hollywood Squares

noon Jeopardy!

12:30 Eye Guess

12:55 Optometry Speaks

1:00 Truth or Consequences

1:30 You're Putting Me On

2:00 Days of Our Lives

2:30 Doctors
3:00 Another World

3:30 You Don't Say!

4:00 Match Game

4:25 Doctor's House Call

4:30 Movie "Peggy"

6:00 News/Weather/Sports

6:30 NBC News

7:00 Gilligan's Island

7:30 Virginian "Crime Wave at Bufalo Springs" (the Irish Rovers guest star as bartenders and
perform as well)

9:00 Kraft Music Hall (co-hosts Sandler & Young are joined by Lena Horne and Kaye Ballard)

10:00 Outsider "Love is Under L"

11:00 News/Weather/Sports

11:30 Tonight Show (Flip Wilson guest hosts)

WPTA 21-ABC Fort Wayne

8:00 Seaspray

8:30 Ride the Reading Rocket

9:00 Romper Room (Miss Marilyn)

9:30 Jack LaLanne

10:00 Lucille Ball

10:30 Merv Griffin (guests Jack Carter, Lillian Briggs, and Dr. Joyce Brothers)

11:30 Bewitched (bw)

noon Noon Report

12:30 That Girl

1:00 Dream House


1:30 Let's Make a Deal

2:00 Newlywed Game

2:30 Dating Game

3:00 General Hospital

3:30 Flintstones

4:00 Dark Shadows

4:30 Mike Douglas (co-host Peter Lawford; guests weren't listed)

5:40 News/Sports/Weather (not a typo; Mike was 70 min in Fort Wayne)

6:00 ABC Evening News

6:30 Of Lands & Seas (chasing game in Kenya)

7:30 Here Come the Brides

8:30 King Family

9:00 Movie "The Jolson Story" (bw)

10:55 Would You Believe Your Eyes?

11:00 Perry Mason "The Captain's Coins" (bw)

mid. Joey Bishop (JIP?)

1:00 News/Weather/Sports

WSBT 22-CBS South Bend

6:30 Black Heritage (black experience-North & South, pt 2)

7:00 CBS Morning News

8:00 Captain Kangaroo

9:00 Roy Rogers (bw)

9:30 Homemakers' Time

10:00 Lucille Ball


10:30 Beverly Hillbillies

11:00 Andy Griffith (bw)

11:30 Dick Van Dyke (bw)

noon Love of Life

12:25 CBS News

12:30 Search for Tomorrow

1:00 Afternoon Show

1:30 As the World Turns

2:00 Love is a Many Splendored Thing

2:30 Guiding Light

3:00 Secret Storm

3:30 Edge of Night

4:00 Linkletter Show

4:30 Mike Douglas (guests include Richard Tucker, Norm Crosby, the First Edition, and memory
expert Harry Lorayne)

6:00 News/Weather/Sports

6:30 CBS Evening News

7:00 What's My Line?

7:30 Tarzan "The End of the River"

8:30 Good Guys

9:00 Beverly Hillbillies

9:30 Green Acres

10:00 Hawaii Five-O

11:00 News/Weather/Sports

11:25 Movie "And the Angels Sang" (bw)


WSJV 28-ABC South Bend

9:00 Cinema Topics

9:30 By-Line (Ken Guy)

10:00 William Tell (bw)

10:30 Movie "The Female Animal" (bw)

11:50 Fashions in Sewing

noon Bewitched (bw)

12:30 That Girl

1:00 Dream House

1:30 Let's Make a Deal

2:00 Newlywed Game

2:30 Dating Game

3:00 General Hospital

3:30 One Life to Live

4:00 Dark Shadows

4:30 Flintstones

5:00 McHale's Navy (bw)

5:30 Hazel

6:00 ABC Evening News

6:30 Perry Mason "The Demure Defendant" (bw)

7:30 Here Come the Brides

8:30 King Family

9:00 Movie "Bikini Beach"

11:00 Michiana Tonight

11:30 Joey Bishop


1:00 News/Weather/Sports

WKJG 33-NBC Fort Wayne

6:30 Wayne Rothgeb

6:55 Faith to Live By

7:00 Today (local at 7:25/8:25)

9:00 Engineer John

9:30 Editor's Desk (Jack Gray)

9:45 Fashions in Sewing

9:55 For Your Information

10:00 It Takes Two

10:25 NBC News

10:30 Concentration

11:00 Personality

11:30 Hollywood Squares

noon Jeopardy!

12:30 Eye Guess

12:55 NBC News

1:00 News/Weather

1:15 Cartoons

1:30 You're Putting Me On

2:00 Days of Our Lives

2:30 Doctors

3:00 Another World

3:30 You Don't Say!


4:00 Match Game

4:25 NBC News

4:30 Dennis the Menace "Alice's Birthday" (bw)

5:00 Man from UNCLE "The Finny Foot Afair" (bw)

6:00 News/Weather/Sports

6:30 NBC News

7:00 Truth or Consequences

7:30 Virginian "Crime Wave at Bufalo Springs"

9:00 Kraft Music Hall

10:00 Outsider "Love is Under L"

11:00 News/Weather/Sports

11:30 Tonight Show

WIMA 35-NBC/ABC Lima

7:00 Today (local at 7:25/8:25)

9:00 Cartoons (bw)

9:30 Jack LaLanne

10:00 It Takes Two

10:25 NBC News

10:30 Concentration

11:00 Personality

11:30 Hollywood Squares

noon Jeopardy!

12:30 Eye Guess

12:55 News
1:00 Easter's Parade

2:00 Days of Our Lives

2:30 Doctors

3:00 Another World

3:30 You Don't Say!

4:00 Match Game

4:25 NBC News

4:30 Movie "Born to Be Loved" (bw)

6:00 News/Weather/Sports

6:30 NBC News

7:00 Marshal Dillon (bw/Gunsmoke)

7:30 Bewitched

8:00 Wackiest Ship in the Army

9:00 Kraft Music Hall

10:00 Lee Marvin (profile of the actor, featuring Robert Ryan and Angie Dickinson)

11:00 News/Weather/Sports

11:30 Tonight Show

Retro: This Week in TV Guide, July 8, 1967 - MSP Edition

On the cover: Efrem Zimbalist, Jr. of "The FBI," and J. Edgar Hoover of the FBI. Hoover, and the
FBI in general, were big fans of the show and Zimbalist. Also, baseball's All-Star game moves to
prime-time, Jackie Kennedy's sister moves to acting, NET is set to become PBS, summer
replacements, and the Golden Globes - all this week.

http://www.itsabouttv.com/2013/07/th...ly-8-1967.html

As usual your comments, positive as well as negative, are welcome.


This week's programming listing:

Monday, July 10, 1967

KTCA, Channel 2 (Educ.)

Afternoon

02:30p Stitch With Style

03:00p Lets Lip-Read

Evening

06:00p Japan (color)

06:30p Now See This

07:00p Vocational Opportunities

07:30p NET Journal

08:30p Profile

09:00p Symphony Concert

10:00p An Age of Kings (Henry V, acts 1-3)

WCCO, Channel 4 (CBS)

Morning

06:00a Summer Semester

06:30a Siegfried and His Flying Saucer (children)

07:00a Clancy & Company (children) (color)

08:00a Captain Kangaroo

09:00a Dr. Reuben K. Youngdahl (religion)

09:05a Merv Griffin (Roberta Peters, Joe E. Lewis, Richard Pryor, Frankie Randall, Doris Lilly)
10:00a Andy Griffith

10:30a Dick Van Dyke

11:00a Love of Life (color)

11:25a CBS News (Joseph Benti) (color)

11:30a Search for Tomorrow (color)

11:45a Guiding Light (color)

Afternoon

12:00p News (local) (color)

12:20p Something Special (color)

12:30p As the World Turns (color)

01:00p Password (Alan King, Rose Marie) (color)

01:30p House Party (Dorothy Manners) (color)

02:00p To Tell the Truth (color)

02:25p CBS News (Douglas Edwards)

02:30p The Edge of Night

03:00p The Secret Storm

03:30p The Beverly Hillbillies

04:00p Mike Douglas (Marty Allen and Steve Rossi, Adela Rogers St. Johns, Englebert
Humperdinck) (color)

05:30p CBS News (Walter Cronkite) (color)

Evening

06:00p News (local) (color)

06:15p Weather (color)

06:20p Sports (color)

06:30p Gilligans Island (color)

07:00p Mr. Terrific (color)


07:30p Vacation Playhouse (color)

08:00p Andy Griffith (color)

08:30p Family Afair (color)

09:00p Something Special (Julie London, Hi-Los, Bobby Troup, Jerry Fielding) (color)

10:00p News (local) (color)

10:15p Weather (color)

10:20p Sports (color)

10:30p Coronet Blue (color)

11:30p Movie The Double Agents

01:05a Movie Fighting Fools

KSTP, Channel 5 (NBC)

Morning

06:15a David Stone (music) (color)

06:30a City and Country (color)

06:55a Doctors House Call (color)

07:00a Today (color)

09:00a Snap Judgment (Alan King, Sheila MacRae) (color)

09:25a NBC News (Sander Vanocur) (color)

09:30a Concentration (color)

10:00a Personality (Bill Cullen, Henry Morgan, Joan Rivers, Robert Vaughn) (color)

10:30a Hollywood Squares (Janet Blair, Dennis Cole, Pat Collins, Wally Cos, Glenn Ford,
Hermoine Gingold, Rose Marie, Don Rickles, Charley Weaver) (color)

11:00a Jeopardy (color)

11:30a Eye Guess (color)

11:55a NBC News (Edwin Newman) (color)


Afternoon

12:00p News (local) (color)

12:10p Weather (color)

12:15p Dialing for Dollars (color)

12:30p Lets Make a Deal (color)

12:55p NBC News (Nancy Dickerson) (color)

01:00p Days of Our Lives (color)

01:30p The Doctors (color)

02:00p Another World (color)

02:30p You Dont Say! (Joey Adams, Kaye Stevens) (color)

03:00p Match Game (Lauren Bacall, Abe Burrows) (color)

03:25p NBC News (Floyd Kalbur)

03:30p Dialing for Dollars (color)

04:30p Of Lands and Seas (color)

05:25p News (local) (color)

05:30p NBC News (Huntley/Brinkley) (color)

Evening

06:00p News (local) (color)

06:15p Weather (color)

06:20p Sports (color)

06:30p The Monkees (color)

07:00p I Dream of Jeannie (color)

07:30p Captain Nice (color)

08:00p The Road West (color)

09:00p Run For Your Life (color)


10:00p News (local) (color)

10:15p Weather (color)

10:20p Sports (color)

10:30p Tonight (guest host Bob Newhart, Everett Dirksen) (color)

12:00a News and Sports (local) (color)

12:15a M Squad

KMSP, Channel 9 (ABC)

Morning

07:30a Morning Show (color)

08:00a Dateline: Hollywood

08:25a Childrens Doctor

08:30a Romper Room (color)

09:30a Jack LaLanne (exercise) (color)

10:00a Supermarket Sweep (color)

10:30a Family Game

11:00a Everybodys Talking (Peter Deuel, Shari Lewis, Jan Murray)

11:30a Donna Reed

Afternoon

12:00p The Fugitive

01:00p The Newlywed Game (color)

01:30p Dream Girl (Vic Dana, Dorothy Lamour, Louis Nye, Nipsey Russell) (color)

01:55p ABC News (Marlene Sanders)

02:00p General Hospital

02:30p Dark Shadows


03:00p The Dating Game (color)

03:30p Movie Naked in the Sun

05:00p ABC News (Peter Jennings) (color)

05:30p Timmy and Lassie

Evening

06:00p McHales Navy

06:30p Iron Horse (color)

07:30p The Rat Patrol (color)

08:00p Felony Squad (color)

08:30p Peyton Place (color)

09:00p The Big Valley (color)

10:00p News (local) (color)

10:25p Sports (color)

10:30p Movie Grounds for Marriage

12:15a Joey Bishop (Raymond Massey) (color)

WTCN, Channel 11 (Ind.)

Morning

08:55a News (local)

09:00a Cartoon Carnival (color)

09:30a Gloria (exercise) (color)

10:00a Abbott and Costello

10:30a Whirlybirds

11:00a Bachelor Father

11:30a Cooking With Hank


11:45a News (local)

Afternoon

12:00p Lunch With Casey (children)

01:00p Movie Keep em Flying

02:45p Mels Notebook (interviews)

03:00p Virginia Graham (Phyllis Kirk, Barbara Walters, Cindy Adams)

03:30p Bat Masterson

04:00p Popeye and Pete (children)

04:30p Casey and Roundhouse (children)

05:30p The Flintstones (color)

Evening

06:00p Huckleberry Hound (color)

06:30p Laramie

07:30p Race to Riches (color)

08:00p Movie All About Eve

10:10p News, Weather , Sports (local)

10:40p Movie It Should Happen to You

RETRO: Southern Michigan, Wed. 10/10/1979

Source: TV Guide, Southern Michigan Edition

Channels Listed

Grand Rapids/Kalamazoo/Battle Creek

3 WKZO-TV (CBS)
8 WOTV-TV (NBC)

13 WZZM-TV (ABC)

35 WGVC-TV (PBS)

41 WUHQ-TV (ABC)

Lansing/Jackson

6 WJIM-TV (CBS)

10 WILX-TV (NBC)

23 WKAR-TV (PBS)

Flint

12 WJRT-TV (ABC)

Detroit

2 WJBK-TV (CBS)

4 WDIV (NBC)

7 WXYZ-TV (ABC)

50 WKBD-TV (Ind.)

South Bend, Indiana

16 WNDU-TV (NBC)

22 WSBT-TV (CBS)

28 WSJV (ABC)

Chicago, Illionis
9C WGN-TV (Ind.)

44 WSNS-TV (Ind.)

Windsor, Ontario

9 CBET-TV (CBC)

Atlanta, Georgia

17 WTBS (Ind.) [Late Night Only]

Pay-TV

HBO Home Box Office

MORNING

5:25

17 LOVE AMERICAN STYLE

5:45

2 TOWN AND COUNTRY ALMANAC

5:55

17 WORLD AT LARGE

6 AM

2 WSU: COLLEGE OF LIFELONG LEARNING


4 CLASSROOM

7 TV COLLEGE

10 PTL CLUB

6:15

12 NEWS AND FARM REPORT

6:30

2 THREE ROBONIC STOOGES

3 ED ALLEN

4 BUGS BUNNY AND HIS SUPERSTAR FRIENDS

6-22 SUNRISE SEMESTER

7-17 NEWS

8 U OF M PRESENTS

12 BULLWINKLE

13 FOCUS ON ENERGY

41 GOSPEL SINGING JUBILEE

6:50

50 NEWS

6:55

9C TOP O' THE MORNING

41 NEWS
7 AM

2 GOOD MORNING, DETROIT

3-6-22 WEDNESDAY MORNING

4-8-10 TODAY

7-12-41 GOOD MORNING AMERICA

13 BOZO

16 STATEHOUSE REPORT

50 BUGS BUNNY

7:25

9C NEWS

7:30

9C CARTOONS

13 GOOD MORNING AMERICA

16 THE HEALTH FIELD

50 CASPER

7:45

9 TODAY FROM ONTARIO

35 A.M. WEATHER

8 AM

2-3-6-22 CAPTAIN KANGAROO

9C RAY RAYNER
16 TODAY

28 GOOD MORNING AMERICA

35 SESAME STREET

50 TOM & JERRY

8:30

50 GILLIGAN'S ISLAND

8:45

9 FRIENDLY GIANT

23 A.M. WEATHER

9 AM

2 PHIL DONAHUE

3 CLUBHOUSE

4 MOVIE: "Brannigan" (1975)

6-8-12 PHIL DONAHUE

7 KELLY & COMPANY

9 FROM NOW ON

9C GROOVE GOOLIES

10 MIKE DOUGLAS

13 MOVIE: "The Seventh Cross" (1944)

22 DOROTHY FRISK

23 SESAME STREET

41 700 CLUB
50 PLEASE DON'T EAT THE DAISIES

9:30

3 WEEKDAY!

9 WICKS

9C I DREAM OF JEANNIE

44 HEALTH 250

50 FAMILY AFFAIR

10 AM

2 TIC TAC DOUGH

3-6-22 BEAT THE CLOCK

8 MIKE DOUGLAS

9 ONTARIO SCHOOLS

9C MOVIE: "Peyton Place" (Conclusion)

10-16 CARD SHARKS

12 DINAH!

23 MISTER ROGERS

28 PHIL DONAHUE

41 LOVE, AMERICAN STYLE

44 SOCIOLOGY 203

50 DETROIT TODAY

10:30

2-3-6 WHEW!
4-10-16 HOLLYWOOD SQUARES

7-13-41 EDGE OF NIGHT

9 MR. DRESSUP

22 ROD JOHNSON

23 VILLA ALEGRE

44 MUNDO HISPANO

50 HEALTH FIELD

10:55

2 NEWS

3-6 CBS NEWS

11 AM

2-3-6-22 PRICE IS RIGHT

4-8-10-16 HIGH ROLLERS

7-12-13-41 LAVERNE & SHIRLEY

9 SESAME STREET

23 ELECTRIC COMPANY

28 GOOD MORNING MICHIANA

50 ROMPER ROOM

11:30

4-8-10-16 WHEEL OF FORTUNE

7-12-13-41 FAMILY FEUD

23 FREESTYLE
44 700 CLUB

50 HUCK AND YOGI

AFTERNOON

Noon

2-4-6-8-10-12 NEWS

3 ACCENT

7-28-41 $20,000 PYRAMID

9 MOVIE: "The Deadly Tower" (1975)

9C PHIL DONAHUE

13 EYEWITNESS AT NOON

16 MINDREADERS

22 LOVE OF LIFE

23 CONNECTIONS

50 POPEYE

12:20

6 ALMANAC

12:30

2-3-6-22 SEARCH FOR TOMORROW

4 MIDDAY

7-12-13-28-41 RYAN'S HOPE

8-10-16 PASSWORD PLUS

50 BEVERLY HILLBILLIES
1 PM

2-3-6-22 YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS

4-8-10-16 DAYS OF OUR LIVES

7-12-13-28-41 ALL MY CHILDREN

9C BOZO'S CIRCUS

44 FELIX THE CAT

50 MOVIE: "The Wagons Roll at Night" (1941)

1:30

2-3-6-22 AS THE WORLD TURNS

44 FLIPPER

2 PM

4-8-10-16 DOCTORS

7-12-13-28-41 ONE LIFE TO LIVE

9 INSIGHT

9C LOVE, AMERICAN STYLE

23 OVER EASY

44 MOVIE: "Birth of the Blues" (1941)

2:30

2-3-6-22 GUIDING LIGHT

4-8-10-16 ANOTHER WORLD

9 TAKE 30
9C LOVE, AMERICAN STYLE

23 CROCKETT'S VICTORY GARDEN

2:55

50 NEWS

3 PM

7-12-13-28-41 GENERAL HOSPITAL

9 NEWS SPECIAL

9C ANDY GRIFFITH

23 HIGH SCHOOL QUIZ BOWL

35 SCARLETT LETTER

50 BUGS BUNNY

3:30

2-3-6-22 ONE DAY AT A TIME

9C FRED FLINTSTONE & FRIENDS

23 VILLA ALEGRE

44 COOL McCOOL & FRIENDS

50 WOODY WOODPECKER

4 PM

2 MIKE DOUGLAS

3 LOVE OF LIFE

4 GOOD TIMES
6 FLINTSTONES

7 BODY WORKS

8-9C-10-16 BUGS BUNNY

12 MATCH GAME

13 MUNSTERS

22 MERV GRIFFIN

23-35 SESAME STREET

28 EDGE OF NIGHT

41 STAR BLAZERS

44 SPECTREMAN

50 TOM & JERRY

4:30

3 MERV GRIFFIN

4 GONG SHOW

6 GUNSMOKE

7-12-13-28-41 AFTERSCHOOL SPECIAL: "A Movie Star's Daughter"

8 GILLIGAN'S ISLAND

10 GILLIGAN'S ISLAND

16 KIDSWORLD

44 SPEED RACER

50 FLINTSTONES

5 PM

4 BEWITCHED
8 BRADY BUNCH

9C GROOVIE GOOLIES

10 STAR TREK

16 GILLIGAN'S ISLAND

23-35 MISTER ROGERS

44 ULTRAMAN

50 BRADY BUNCH

5:30

2-7-12 NEWS

4 ALL IN THE FAMILY

6 3'S A CROWD

8 HAPPY DAYS AGAIN

9C STAR BLAZERS

13 DATING GAME

16 I DREAM OF JEANNIE

22 GOMER PYLE, USMC

23-35 ELECTRIC COMPANY

28 CROSS-WITS

41 SIX MILLION DOLLAR MAN

44 GENTLE BEN

50 I LOVE LUCY

EVENING

6 PM
2-3-4-6-7-8-10-13 NEWS

9 NEWSDAY

9C GOOD TIMES

16 BEWITCHED

22 ANDY GRIFFITH

23 DICK CAVETT

28 JOKER'S WILD

35 ZOOM

44 F TROOP

50 HAPPY DAYS AGAIN

HBO MOVIE: "Hooper" (1978)

6:30

2-3-6-22 CBS NEWS

9C DICK VAN DYKE

10 NBC NEWS

12-13-28-41 ABC NEWS

16 BRADY BUNCH

23-35 OVER EASY

44 GET SMART

50 SANFORD AND SON

7 PM

2 PM MAGAZINE

3 MATCH GAME
4-8 NBC NEWS

6 TIC TAC DOUGH

7 ABC NEWS

9-9C ODD COUPLE

10 NEWLYWED GAME

12 BOWLING FOR DOLLARS

13 3'S A CROWD

16-22-28 NEWS

23 TELE-REVISTA

35 FAST FORWARD

41 CROSS-WITS

44 BONANZA

50 M*A*S*H

7:30

2-8 NEWLYWED GAME

3-28 TIC TAC DOUGH

4 THREE'S A CROWD

6 HAPPY DAYS AGAIN

7 MVP . . . WORLD SERIES EDITION

9 CAROL BURNETT & FRIENDS

9C CAROL BURNETT AND FRIENDS

10-13 JOKER'S WILD

12-41 FAMILY FEUD

16 NBC NEWS
23-35 MacNEIL/LEHRER REPORT

50 ANDY GRIFFITH

8 PM

2-3-6-22 LAST RESORT

4-8-10-16 REAL PEOPLE

7-12-13-28-41 WORLD SERIES

9 NHL HOCKEY: New York Rangers at Toronto Maple Leafs

9C MAUDE

23-35 GREAT PERFORMANCES: "The Dream"

44 ROOKIES

50 MOVIE: "Rampage" (1963)

HBO THAT MAN IN THE WHITE HOUSE: FDR

8:30

2-3-6-22 MOVIE: "The Greek Tycoon" (1978)

9C CHICO AND THE MAN

9 PM

4-8-10-16 MOVIE: "Mirror, Mirror" (1979)

9C MOVIE: "To Catch a Thief" (1955)

23-35 BARYSHNIKOV AT THE WHITE HOUSE

44 700 CLUB

9:55
50 NEWS

10 PM

23 MIGHTY CONTINENT

35 CONNECTIONS

50 DINAH! & FRIENDS

HBO SINGING COWBOYS RIDE AGAIN

10:30

44 ROOM 222

11 PM

2-3-4-6-8-9C-10-16-22 NEWS

9 CBC NEWS

23-35 DICK CAVETT

44 DRAGNET

50 NHL HOCKEY: Red Wings vs. Los Angeles Kings at Inglewood

HBO MOVIE: "Hooper" (1978)

11:15

7-12-13-28 NEWS

41 M*A*S*H

11:25

9 NEWS
11:30

2 CAROL BURNETT AND FRIENDS

3-6-22 YOUR TURN: LETTERS TO CBS NEWS

4-8-10-16 JOHNNY CARSON

9C MOVIE: "Shoot Out" (1971)

17 MOVIE: "With a Song in My Heart"

23-35 ABC NEWS

44 IT TAKES A THIEF

11:45

7-12-28-41 LOVE BOAT

9 MOVIE: "Fanny" (1961)

13 ODD COUPLE

Mid.

2 SWITCH

3-6-22 SWITCH

12:15

13 POLICE WOMAN

12:30

44 WANTED-DEAD OR ALIVE
12:45

HBO MOVIE: "Jennifer" (1978)

12:55

7-12-28 BARETTA

41 MOVIE: "Kid Galahad" (1962)

1 AM

4-8-10-16 TOMORROW

1:10

2 HAWAII FIVE-O

3-6-22 HAWAII FIVE-O

1:25

9C-13 NEWS

1:55

9C MOVIE: "Wives and Lovers" (1963)

2 AM

4 CLASSROOM

10-17 NEWS

2:05
7-28 NEWS

12 ROOKIES

17 MOVIE: "Terror in a Texas Town" (1958)

2:20

2 MARCUS WELBY, M.D.

2:35

12 NEWS

3:20

2 NEWS

3:40

17 MOVIE: "The Atomic City" (1952)

3:55

9C TWILIGHT ZONE

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Re: RETRO: Southern Michigan, Wed. 10/10/1979

Could you please post Southern Michigan listings for Saturday 10/6/79?

Also, Baltimore-Washington listings for Saturday 4/12/80?

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7:30

7 MVP . . . WORLD SERIES EDITION

What did 7 normally air in this timeslot?

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Quote Originally Posted by MikeyBos

3 PM

9 NEWS SPECIAL

What happened that day in Canada (or if local, Windsor)? And what was usually seen on CBET?

Quote Originally Posted by MikeyBos

4 PM

7 BODY WORKS

12 MATCH GAME

13 MUNSTERS

28 EDGE OF NIGHT

41 STAR BLAZERS

4:30

7-12-13-28-41 AFTERSCHOOL SPECIAL: "A Movie Star's Daughter"

5:30
2-7-12 NEWS

13 DATING GAME

28 CROSS-WITS

41 SIX MILLION DOLLAR MAN

What was normally seen on the ABC stations at the time? No doubt WXYZ carried "The 4:00
Movie", but what about the others?

Quote Originally Posted by MikeyBos

8 PM

7-12-13-28-41 WORLD SERIES

Game 1 of Pittsburgh Pirates vs. Baltimore Orioles, playing at Baltimore; The O's won, 5 to 4.

Quote Originally Posted by MikeyBos

11:30

2 CAROL BURNETT AND FRIENDS

3-6-22 YOUR TURN: LETTERS TO CBS NEWS

Mid.

2 SWITCH

3-6-22 SWITCH

1:10

2 HAWAII FIVE-O

3-6-22 HAWAII FIVE-O

Did WJBK delay The CBS Late Movie by a week, or did they show it with the network?
Quote Originally Posted by MikeyBos

11:30

4-8-10-16 JOHNNY CARSON

1 AM

4-8-10-16 TOMORROW

Who were that night's guests?

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I don't think CBC stations usually showed regular-season NHL games on nights other than
Saturdays.

However, October 10th, 1979 was Opening Night of the 1979/80 NHL season for many teams, so
CBC decided to broadcast a special midweek edition of "Hockey Night In Canada" which (in at
least Ontario and likely points East) featured Toronto hosting the New York Rangers (the latter
was a Stanley Cup Finalist the previous year).

While defending champion Montreal would not open their season until the next night (October
11th; did CBC carry that game nationally or regionally??), that night also marked the first games
in the NHL for two former World Hockey Association teams (the Quebec Nordiques and the
original Winnipeg Jets), and it's possible (but don't know for sure) that "HNIC" may have
regionally carried Quebec's opener against the old Atlanta Flames in Quebec and Winnipeg's
opener in Pittsburgh at least in Manitoba and maybe points west.

Although I suspect WKBD-50 probably carried only away games of the Red Wings during the
regular season back then, I would not be surprised if their 1979/80 home opener against
Philadelphia on October 20th was also telecast by WKBD, given that it was the first game played
at Joe Louis Arena.

(Historical hockey schedules and results from Hockey-Reference.com)

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So 4 years later, here's the answer...

They, as was typical still in 1979, aired various programs in the 7:30 time slot. It appears from
looking at other days, it was quite varied between game shows and local programs.

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7:30

7 MVP . . . WORLD SERIES EDITION

What did 7 normally air in this timeslot?


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#1

9 NEWS SPECIAL

Special: From the House of Commons in Ottawa, Prime Minister Joseph Clark addresses
Parliament. Pierre Trudeau, leader of the Opposition, NDP leader Edward Broadbent and
Creditiste leader Fabien Roy debate the Speech from the Throne. (Live)

#2

4 PM

7 MOVIE

12 MATCH GAME

13 MUNSTERS

28 EDGE OF NIGHT

41 STAR BLAZERS

4:30
12 GUNSMOKE

13 STREETS OF SAN FRANCISCO

28 CROSS-WITS

41 BUGS BUNNY & WOODY WOODPECKER

5 PM

28 SIX MILLION DOLLAR MAN

41 SUPERMAN, BATMAN, AQUAMAN

#3

Of course, the match-up was not yet known at the time TV Guide went to press.

#4

Actually, it does not appear so. It appears TV Guide had a misprint that night due to the CBS
special at 11:30. The listing for Switch at midnight says to see channel 3 at 11:30 and the listing
for Hawaii Five-O says to see channel 3 at 12:40. That's the same as what is listed on other nights
for channel 2.

#5

11:30

4-8-10-16 JOHNNY CARSON

Scheduled: Guest host David Letterman, John Ritter, Freddy Fender and Joe Garagiola. Ed
McMahon. (90 min.)
1 AM

4-8-10-16 TOMORROW

[No description provided.]

Quote Originally Posted by azumanga

Quote Originally Posted by MikeyBos

3 PM

9 NEWS SPECIAL

What happened that day in Canada (or if local, Windsor)? And what was usually seen on CBET?

Quote Originally Posted by MikeyBos

4 PM

7 BODY WORKS

12 MATCH GAME

13 MUNSTERS

28 EDGE OF NIGHT

41 STAR BLAZERS

4:30

7-12-13-28-41 AFTERSCHOOL SPECIAL: "A Movie Star's Daughter"

5:30

2-7-12 NEWS

13 DATING GAME

28 CROSS-WITS
41 SIX MILLION DOLLAR MAN

What was normally seen on the ABC stations at the time? No doubt WXYZ carried "The 4:00
Movie", but what about the others?

Quote Originally Posted by MikeyBos

8 PM

7-12-13-28-41 WORLD SERIES

Game 1 of Pittsburgh Pirates vs. Baltimore Orioles, playing at Baltimore; The O's won, 5 to 4.

Quote Originally Posted by MikeyBos

11:30

2 CAROL BURNETT AND FRIENDS

3-6-22 YOUR TURN: LETTERS TO CBS NEWS

Mid.

2 SWITCH

3-6-22 SWITCH

1:10

2 HAWAII FIVE-O

3-6-22 HAWAII FIVE-O

Did WJBK delay The CBS Late Movie by a week, or did they show it with the network?

Quote Originally Posted by MikeyBos

11:30

4-8-10-16 JOHNNY CARSON


1 AM

4-8-10-16 TOMORROW

Who were that night's guests?

Retro: 50 Years Ago--Fall 1963

Looking back, as I do each year. From Castleman and Podrazik's

"The TV Schedule Book" and the TV Guide Fall Preview issue from

Georgia (Atlanta), new shows in CAPS:

MONDAY ABC 7 PM (Local) or Ron Cochran With The News

(still 15 minutes, so some stations might have

carried it at 7:15)

7:30 THE OUTER LIMITS

8:30 Wagon Train (90 minutes this year)

10 PM BREAKING POINT (ABC's answer to NBC's "The

Eleventh Hour," the protagonists being psychiatrists)

11 PM Murphy Martin With The News

11:10 (Local)

CBS 7 PM (Local) or CBS Evening News With Walter Cronkite

(now 30 minutes)

7:30 To Tell The Truth

8 PM I've Got A Secret

8:30 The Lucy Show


9 PM Danny Thomas Show

9:30 Andy Griffith Show

10 PM EAST SIDE, WEST SIDE (George C. Scott as a New

York social worker)

11 PM (Local)

NBC 7 PM (Local) or Huntley-Brinkley Report (now 30 minutes)

7:30 NBC Monday Night At The Movies

9:30 HOLLYWOOD AND THE STARS

10 PM Sing Along With Mitch

11 PM (Local)

11:15 Tonight (Johnny Carson)

TUESDAY ABC 7 PM (see Monday)

7:30 Combat!

8:30 McHale's Navy

9 PM THE GREATEST SHOW ON EARTH (Jack Palance as the

boss of the circus)

10 PM THE FUGITIVE

11 PM Murphy Martin With The News

11:10 (Local)

CBS 7 PM (see Monday)

7:30 Marshal Dillon (reruns of the half-hour "Gunsmoke"s)

8 PM Red Skelton Hour


9 PM PETTICOAT JUNCTION

9:30 Jack Benny Program

10 PM Garry Moore Show

11 PM (Local)

NBC 7 PM (see Monday)

7:30 MR. NOVAK

8:30 Redigo (last season's "Empire" cut to 30 minutes and

focusing on Richard Egan's character of Jim Redigo)

9 PM RICHARD BOONE SHOW (admirable but unsuccessful

attempt to have a repertory company do a diferent play each week)

10 PM Andy Williams Show/Bell Telephone Hour

11 PM (Local)

11:15 Tonight

WEDNESDAY ABC 7 PM (see Monday)

7:30 Ozzie And Harriet

8 PM PATTY DUKE SHOW

8:30 The Price Is Right (new network and a new gimmick--celebrities

playing for members of the studio audience)

9 PM Ben Casey

10 PM CHANNING ("Mr. Novak" is set in a high school; this one set at

Channing College)

11 PM Murphy Martin With The News

11:10 (Local)
CBS 7 PM (see Monday)

7:30 CBS Reports/CHRONICLE (the latter a series of documentaries

pertaining to world culture)

8:30 GLYNIS (think "Murder, She Wrote" with a laugh track--English

actress Glynis Johns as a writer who tries to help her detective husband

solve his cases)

9 PM Beverly Hillbillies

9:30 Dick Van Dyke Show

10 PM DANNY KAYE SHOW (regular Harvey Korman went straight from this

show to "The Carol Burnett Show" in 1967)

11 PM (Local)

NBC 7 PM (see Monday)

7:30 The Virginian

9 PM ESPIONAGE (dramatizations of real spy stories)

10 PM The Eleventh Hour

11 PM (Local)

11:15 Tonight

THURSDAY ABC 7 PM (see Monday)

7:30 The Flintstones (it becomes a kids' show this year--Pebbles has

already been born, and Barney and Betty adopt Bamm Bamm)

8 PM Donna Reed Show

8:30 My Three Sons


9 PM JIMMY DEAN SHOW

10 PM Sid Caesar Show/EDIE ADAMS SHOW

10:30 (Local)

11 PM Murphy Martin With The News

11:10 (Local)

CBS 7 PM (see Monday)

7:30 Password

8 PM Rawhide

9 PM Perry Mason

10 PM The Nurses

11 PM (Local)

NBC 7 PM (see Monday)

7:30 TEMPLE HOUSTON (Jefrey Hunter as Sam Houston's son)

8:30 Dr. Kildare

9:30 Hazel

10 PM KRAFT SUSPENSE THEATER (Perry Como specials occasionally

air here)

11 PM (Local)

11:15 Tonight

FRIDAY ABC 7 PM (see Monday)

7:30 77 Sunset Strip (only Efrem Zimbalist Jr. is left)

8:30 BURKE'S LAW


9:30 THE FARMER'S DAUGHTER

10 PM Fight Of The Week

10:45 Make That Spare (time approximate)

11 PM Murphy Martin With The News

11:10 (Local)

CBS 7 PM (see Monday)

7:30 THE GREAT ADVENTURE (dramatizations of events

in American history--Van Heflin narrates the first half of

the season, then Russell Johnson replaces him--just before

playing the Professor on "Gilligan's Island")

8:30 Route 66

9:30 The Twilight Zone

10 PM Alfred Hitchcock Hour

11 PM (Local)

NBC 7 PM (see Monday)

7:30 International Showtime

8:30 BOB HOPE CHRYSLER THEATER (a mix of plays that Hope

introduces, some in which he appears, and his patented variety specials)

9:30 HARRY'S GIRLS (Larry Blyden as manager of a female song-and-dance

trio deemed too old-fashioned for the U.S. but a big hit in Europe--bigger than

this show, which will be replaced by "That Was The Week That Was" in January)

10 PM Jack Paar Program

11 PM (Local)
11:15 Tonight

MON-FRI ABC 11 AM The Price Is Right (new network with the celebrity gimmick of the

nighttime show)

11:30 Seven Keys

12 N Tennessee Ernie Ford Show

12:30 Father Knows Best

1 PM General Hospital

1:30 (Local)

2:30 Day In Court

2:55 ABC News (Lisa Howard)

3 PM Queen For A Day

3:30 Who Do You Trust?

4 PM Trailmaster ("Wagon Train" reruns, mostly with Ward Bond)

5 PM (Local)

6 PM Ron Cochran With The News (still 15 minutes, so affiliates have

a choice of six feeds between 6 and 7:30, the rest of the time is local)

CBS 8 AM Captain Kangaroo

9 AM (Local)

10 AM CBS Morning News With Mike Wallace

10:30 I Love Lucy

11 AM Real McCoys

' 11:30 Pete And Gladys

12 N Love Of Life
12:25 CBS News (Harry Reasoner)

12:30 Search For Tomorrow

12:45 Guiding Light

1 PM SUNRISE SEMESTER (I doubt if many stations aired it at that time--

more than likely CBS was feeding for play the next morning while the affiliates

did their own thing--WAGA carried "Best Of Groucho")

1:30 As The World Turns

2 PM Password

2:30 Art Linkletter's House Party

3 PM To Tell The Truth

3:25 CBS News (Douglas Edwards)

3:30 Edge Of Night

4 PM Secret Storm

4:30 LEE PHILIP SHOW (she and husband Bill Bell created "The Young And The

Restless" and "The Bold And The Beautiful")

4:45 (Local)

6:30 (Local) or CBS Evening News With Walter Cronkite (now 30 minutes)

NBC 6:30 Education Exchange

7 AM Today

9 AM (Local)

10 AM Say When!

10:25 NBC News (Edwin Newman)

10:30 WORD FOR WORD (Merv Griffin hosts the first game show he also produced--

contestants try to make as many little words from a longer word as they can)
11 AM Concentration

11:30 MISSING LINKS (Ed McMahon is the host--in March 1964 it will move to ABC,

Dick Clark will become host, and NBC will put on a little game where you have to give

the correct question to a provided answer.)

12 N Your First Impression

12:30 Truth Or Consequences

12:55 NBC News (Ray Scherer)

1 PM (Local)

2 PM People Will Talk (will move to CBS primetime in April as "Celebrity Game," then

be retooled as "Hollywood Squares" and return to NBC in 1966)

2:25 NBC News (Floyd Kalber)

2:30 The Doctors (still in the weekly five-part story format)

3 PM Loretta Young Theater

3:30 You Don't Say!

4 PM Match Game

4:25 NBC News (Sander Vanocur)

4:30 Make Room For Daddy

5 PM (Local)

6:30 (Local) or Huntley-Brinkley Report (now 30 minutes)

SATURDAY ABC 10:30 The Jetsons

11 AM NEW CASPER CARTOON SHOW

11:30 Beany And Cecil

12 N Bugs Bunny Show

12:30 Magic Land Of Allakazam


1 PM My Friend Flicka

1:30 American Bandstand

2:30 (Local)

4:30 AFL HIGHLIGHTS

5 PM Wide World Of Sports

6:30 PREVIEW: WINTER OLYMPICS

7 PM (Local)

7:30 Hootenanny

8:30 Lawrence Welk Show

9:30 JERRY LEWIS SHOW (one of the great disasters of

television history--two hours live, unrehearsed, and disorganized)

11:30 (Local)

CBS 8 AM Captain Kangaroo

9 AM The Alvin Show

9:30 TENNESSEE TUXEDO

10 AM QUICK DRAW McGRAW

10:30 Mighty Mouse Playhouse

11 AM Rin Tin Tin

11:30 Roy Rogers Show

12 N Sky King

12:30 DO YOU KNOW? (middle-school kids are quizzed about books

they've been assigned to read)

1 PM CBS Saturday News (don't know who anchors)

1:30 (Local)
1:45 College Football Kickof

2 PM NCAA Football

4:45 College Football Scoreboard (time approximate)

5 PM (Local)

7:30 Jackie Gleason Show

8:30 THE NEW PHIL SILVERS SHOW (he's factory foreman Harry Grafton)

9 PM The Defenders

10 PM Gunsmoke

11 PM (Local)

NBC 9:30 Ruf And Reddy

10 AM HECTOR HEATHCOTE

10:30 FIREBALL XL-5

11 AM Dennis The Menace

11:30 Fury

12 N Sergeant Preston Of The Yukon

12:30 Bullwinkle Show

1 PM Exploring

2 PM Watch Mr. Wizard

2:30 (Local)

5 PM NFL Highlights

5:30 Captain Gallant

6 PM NBC News (Sander Vanocur)

6:15 (Local)

7:30 THE LIEUTENANT


8:30 Joey Bishop Show

9 PM NBC Saturday Night At The Movies

11 PM (Local)

SUNDAY ABC 12:30 Discovery '63

1 PM Directions '64

1:30 Issues And Answers

2 PM (Local)

3:30 AFL Football

6:15 All Pro Scoreboard (time approximate)

6:30 (Local)

7:30 TRAVELS OF JAIMIE McPHEETERS (a break for Kurt Russell)

8:30 ARREST AND TRIAL (pre-"Law And Order": the first 45 minutes

is the arrest, with Ben Gazzara; the second 45 is the trial, with Chuck

Connors)

10 PM 100 GRAND (attempt to revive the big-money quizzes, unrigged but

so dull it's canceled after three weeks and replaced by LAUGHS FOR SALE,

where prospective comedy writers try to sell their material to a panel of

comedians)

10:30 ABC News Reports

11 PM (Local)

CBS 9:30 SUNRISE SEMESTER (again, I have a feeling the affiliates are merely

taping it for the next morning)

10 AM Lamp Unto My Feet


10:30 Look Up And Live

11 AM Camera Three

11:30 (Local)

12:30 Face The Nation

1 PM (Local)

1:45 Pro Football Kickof

2 PM NFL Football

5 PM Sunday Sports Spectacular (time approximate)

5:30 Ted Mack's Amateur Hour

6 PM The Twentieth Century

6:30 Mister Ed

7 PM Lassie

7:30 MY FAVORITE MARTIAN

8 PM Ed Sullivan Show

9 PM JUDY GARLAND SHOW (not as disastrous as Jerry Lewis's show,

but a disappointment that's gone by April)

10 PM Candid Camera

10:30 What's My Line?

11 PM CBS News (Harry Reasoner)

11:15 (Local)

NBC 1:30 Frontiers Of Faith

2 PM (Local)

3 PM NBC NEWS ENCORE (reruns of documentaries)

4 PM SUNDAY (similar to the "Today" show)


5 PM Wild Kingdom

5:30 GE College Bowl (new network)

6 PM Meet The Press

6:30 (Local)

7 PM BILL DANA SHOW (he plays the now-politically incorrect

Jose Jimenez)

7:30 Walt Disney's Wonderful World Of Color

8:30 GRINDL (Imogene Coca as a poor man's "Hazel"--a maid who's

hired out to diferent people each week)

9 PM Bonanza

10 PM DuPont Show Of The Week/Specials

11 PM (Local)

"6 PM Ron Cochran With The News (still 15 minutes, so affiliates have a choice of six feeds
between 6 and 7:30, the rest of the time is local)"

In the 50's John Daly did all of the feeds live (no tape). Did Ron Cochran do the same (although
there was tape, I wonder about the taping facilities at ABC, even at this late stage)? And what
about the west coast? At this point did they tape a feed for the west?

Oh, I think when Wagon Train expanded to 90 minutes and moved to ABC, it also was in color
(being one of the very few series in color on ABC at the time). True?

Joe

That was true. "Wagon Train" was in color when it moved to ABC in '63. ABC was a late bloomer
for color. But eventually, once it did make the switch to all-color in '66, it blossomed.

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I can only assume that Cochran was live at 6 PM, and that whether

or not the subsequent feeds were live or tape depended on breaking

news or some sort of technical glitch (as sometimes happened in the

Smith/Reasoner era; the 6 PM feed often had to be done over at

6:30). I feel pretty sure that, by this time, Cochran's newscast was

taped for the West Coast, since it would have looked pretty ridiculous

to have him on live at 3 PM (PT). Besides, "Queen For A Day," "Who

Do You Trust?" and "Trailmaster" aired from 3-5 PM (PT).

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Amazing how "forgettable" the names of ABC's news presenters from this era are: Murphy
Martin. Ron Cochrane.

Arrest and Trial difered from Law & Order in an important way: Chuck Connors was a defense
attorney. Ben Gazzara arrested them; Connors got them of.
NBC Saturday morning education show "Exploring" (now it would qualify as e/i) was hosted by Al
Hibbs, a PhD and faculty member at Cal Tech's Jet Propulsion Laboratory. So account say his old
office is now occupied by one Dr. Sheldon Cooper.

The Gary Moore Show featured Carol Burnett, who went straight to The Carol Burnett Show, too.

This was the first season of Petticoat Junction, when the show was still a rif on the old traveling
salesman jokes (and the hotel was filled with traveling salesmen as guests). The three daughters
still had distinct personalities (slut, nerd and tom-boy). Many of the stories revolved around the
railroad trying to shut down the Hooterville Cannonball. When it moved to Saturday night, two
of the three daughters and been recast, all turned into goody two-shoes, music was added and it
became a show your grandmother would watch. (Not a full re-boot but close.)

At this point, Bill Cullen hosted the Price Is Right. Bob Barker was hosting Truth or Consequences
on NBC daytime (and many people still did not spay or neuter their pets).

ABC's Jimmy Dean Show featured an early network appearance by a Muppet (Rolf).

Jack Parr had left the Tonight Show to do this Friday night prime time show. When you see clips
of Parr or his interviews supposedly from the Tonight Show, most are really from this show (two
chairs, no desk). The show lasted two years and Parr mostly disappeared. Steve Allen moved to
prime time earlier and did not last much longer. Maybe that's why Johnny Carson decided not to
move "up" to doing a prime time show.

Harry's Girls was a TV version of Les Girls, which starred Gene Kelly in the Larry Blyden role. This
season, Kelly played the Bing Crosby role in Going My Way.

Hootenanny was a series of folk concerts taped on college campuses. The network refused to
allow performers who had been blacklisted a decade earlier to appear and many of the top folk
acts boycotted the show.
As part of his production deal for The New Phil Silvers Show, the network brought another
sitcom from his companies about these castaways who take a three hour boat tour ... well, you
know.

The CBS Morning News was Mike Wallace's first regular assignment for CBS News after doing
cigarette commercials and hosting a rigged quiz show. It was straight news for housewives,
replacing an early Today-like show for housewives hosted by Harry Reasoner. Except for O&Os,
not many CBS affiliates carried it, doing syndicated re-runs or local "Happy Homemaker" shows
instead.

Judy Garland's show was efectively sabotaged by CBS programming chief James Aubry ("the
smiling cobra), with show being repeatedly re-booted with producers and writers fired. Shortly
after this, Aubry was fired.

This version of the Jackie Gleason Show was called "The American Scene Magazine" and did not
include The Honeymooners. Instead the leading sketch each week was Joe the Bartender, with
the addition of Frank Fontane as "Crazy Guggenheim." Crazy what we would now call
"cognitively impaired" or "learning disabled" but then broke into song with a beautiful voice
(same act as Gomer Pyle).

The Magic Land of Allakazan: Local magic show picked by the network. The assistant was really
hot: Nani Darnell, occasionally referenced on "Night Court."

The Jerry Lewis show did not last. The theater ABC bought and refurbished for the show became
The Hollywood Palace. Also used at various times for Lawrence Welk and other shows.

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A few comments:

Dorothy Loudon had replaced Carol Burnett on "The Garry Moore Show"

by this time. This was the year that Garry, noticing his softer ratings,

told Jim Aubrey he had an idea for a retooling of the show. Aubrey's

response: "Not a chance." Garry quit his variety show (which was revived

briefly in 1966 but died against "Bonanza" and the ABC Sunday Night Movie,

to be replaced by "The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour") and "I've Got A

Secret." Steve Allen replaced him as host of "Secret."

It was also the year Aubrey told Jack Benny, "you're through." Benny returned

to NBC in the fall of '64, did his weekly show for one more season, then did specials

until he passed away in 1974.

Actually, Jack Paar's primetime show lasted three years (1962-65). When it was

replaced by "The Man From U.N.C.L.E." in '65, Paar swore he'd never do another

series, but he was lured back by ABC to host "Jack Paar Tonite" in its "Wide World

Of Entertainment" slot one week per month in 1973.


And you're right about "Arrest And Trial" being diferent from "Law And Order" and in

a most important way: Chuck Connors being the defense attorney, which meant that

one or the other (he or Ben Gazzara) had to be wrong. On "L&O" the cops and lawyers

were on the same side. Still, some people do point to "Arrest And Trial" as a forerunner

of "L&O," even if it's not quite accurate.

Murphy Martin was hired from ABC's Dallas affiliate, WFAA, and had been doing the 11 PM

newscast for about a year. He was still on the job when JFK was assassinated. After he

left ABC he went back to Dallas, although I never recall seeing him on any local newscast.

And there's another name that's even more forgettable: Bob Young, who filled an interim of

about three months between Peter Jennings' departure and Frank Reynolds' being named
anchor

in 1968. Young was from Cincinnati and that's all I know about him.

Interestingly, a guest on Jimmy Dean's debut show was Fred Flintstone. In connection with
Hanna-

Barbera, the producers mixed live action and animation so that it appeared that the two were
actually

on stage together. Dean's was the first show to present the Country Music Association Awards,
and I

remember one year Minnie Pearl was a presenter. She appeared out of costume and in a formal
evening

gown, and instead of "How-DEEEE!" simply said "Hi" when she came onstage.

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Bob Young popped in the 70s working on NBC's short-lived News and Information Service (NIS),
and attempt to ofer a networked all news format to stations.

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Quote Originally Posted by bpatrick

A few comments:

Dorothy Loudon had replaced Carol Burnett on "The Garry Moore Show"

by this time...

..by 1964, Burnett was under contract to CBS to do a few specials a year, most notably the
Carnegie Hall spectacular with Julie Andrews. As noted on another thread, Lucille Ball ofered to
develop a sitcom for Carol, who wasn't quite ready to commit to a series at that point.
Interestingly, James Aubery was gone by then, but CBS brass did sort of force Carol to make a
decision about her TV future in '67; they were not going to renew her old deal to do specials,
and instead told her to choose either a sitcom or a variety show; the rest was history.

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That might have been interesting--to see what kind of sitcom

Lucy could come up with for Carol. Meanwhile, Brooks and Marsh

say that Carol left "The Garry Moore Show" in 1962, which is when

Dorothy Loudon replaced her.

But no matter. "The Carol Burnett Show" is a classic in its own right,

especially the Tim Conway-Harvey Korman years.

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Garry Moore seemed to feature "funny girls" on his TV shows. Remember his weekday morning
show of the 1950's on CBS when he had Denise Lohr as a part of the cast? She could do comedy
and was pretty nice looking, too.

And although Brooks and Marsh don't credit her as a regular,


Lily Tomlin made a few appearances on Garry's short-lived

1966 Sunday-night show. She was a co-host on ABC's

"The Music Scene" in the fall of 1969, joining "Laugh-In"

in December of that year.

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Was Lily Tomlin a co-host on Music Scene or was she one of the players behind David Stenberg
who did comedy?

I always thought DS was the only "host".

I liked Music Scene a lot (especially Steinberg who I thought was terribly funny). It was a good
music show, it introduced me to the Bible (Billboard), but leave it to ABC to program a 45 minute
show in 1969.

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She was one of six rotating hosts (the others: Steinberg, Larry Hankin,

Christopher Ross, Paul Reid Roman, and Chris Bokeno) until November,

when Steinberg became sole host. She joined "Laugh-In" in December.

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I didn't know that. My falsie memory said that DS was the sole host. Thanks for the catch and
correction.

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Quote Originally Posted by bpatrick

That might have been interesting--to see what kind of sitcom

Lucy could come up with for Carol. Meanwhile, Brooks and Marsh

say that Carol left "The Garry Moore Show" in 1962, which is when

Dorothy Loudon replaced her.

But no matter. "The Carol Burnett Show" is a classic in its own right,

especially the Tim Conway-Harvey Korman years.

Well, obviously, even though Carol turned down 'Here's Agnes', Lucy liked the title well enough
to adapt it for herself in 1968! ;D I wonder if Lucy had ever intended to retire at that point?
Maybe it would have been Carol playing Agnes working in an employment agency..and if not
Gale Gordon as her boss, perhaps Harvey Korman or Tim Conway?;-)

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Quote Originally Posted by bpatrick

And although Brooks and Marsh don't credit her as a regular,


Lily Tomlin made a few appearances on Garry's short-lived

1966 Sunday-night show. She was a co-host on ABC's

"The Music Scene" in the fall of 1969, joining "Laugh-In"

in December of that year.

I keep forgetting that Tomlin joined "Laugh-In" late, and stayed til the end; I always lumped her
in with Goldie Hawn, Henry Gibson, and others who started leaving in '70 and '71.(Realistically,
the show should have ended by '71, anyway; those last two seasons were quickly forgotten).

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And of course, all 3 networks were thrown for a loop on the weekend of November 22nd.-25th.
of that year.

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Quote Originally Posted by FredLeonard noted:

"The Magic Land of Allakazan": Local magic show picked by the network. The assistant was really
hot: Nani Darnell, occasionally referenced on "Night Court."

"Allakazan" was hosted by Mark Wilson, and in fact, Nani Darnell was Mrs. Mark Wilson of-
camera.

In fact, I thought their son appeared on the show towards the end of it's run.

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The Wilsons' son Mike was, IIRC, on the show for the entire five

years and took part in many of the illusions his dad performed.

I don't know what happened to him, but he has a brother, Greg,

who has followed in Mark's footsteps.

I believe, too, that Nani Darnell was a dancer before she and Mark

were married.

Mark also taught Bill Bixby the illusions he used on his series "The

Magician" and practically turned him into a student of magic; in


the '70s Bixby hosted a syndicated show called "Wonderful World

Of Magic," while Mark was doing a syndicated show called "Magic

Circus" (with Nani).

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Magicians traditionally work with scantily-attired hotties. The hand is not always quicker than
the eye and there's nothing better than a scantily-clad hottie (or MILF) to distract the eye. :

MILF!!!

I think they may take you outside for a paddleing, Fred! Though you may like it.

Bad boy!

Joe

Retro: Pittsburgh - Sunday, September 1, 1957

Source: Pittsburgh Press Sunday September 1, 1957

2 KDKA Pittsburgh (CBS, secondary ABC)

Note: 1st day as a primary CBS affiliate

09:15a Christian Science

09:30a Big Picture


10:00a Lamp Unto My Feet

10:30a Look Up and Live

11:00a We Believe

11:30a Camera Three

12:00p Lets Take a Trip

12:30p Wild Bill Hickok

01:00p Central Headlines

01:15p Warm-Up

01:30p Baseball Pittsburg Pirates at Philadelphia Phillies

04:30p Film

05:00p Face the Nation

05:30p World News Roundup

06:00p The Last Word

06:30p Federal Men

07:00p Lassie Lassie misunderstands when she is relegated to a dog house to protect Gramps
chickens from a marauding fox

07:30p My Favorite Husband Bent on adopting a child though George is against the idea, Liz
arranges to have a little girl visit him to win him over

08:00p Ed Sullivan Joe DiMaggio, Mickey Mantle and Willy (sic) Mays in a quiz with top sports
writers; also Cesar Romero and Danny Dillon

09:00p G.E. Theater The Victorian Chaise-Lounge

09:30p Alfred Hitchcock Presents End of Indian Summer

10:00p $64,000 Challenge

10:30p Whats My Line

11:00p Eleventh Hour, News

11:15p Studio 18 A Cowboys Lament

11:30p Weather; Eleanor Schano


11:35p Gateway Studio Shoot First

6 WJAC Johnstown (NBC, secondary ABC)

10:55a News

11:00a The Christophers

11:30a Big Picture

12:00p This is the Life Design from Heaven

12:30p Wild Bill Hickok

01:00p Industry on Parade

01:15p Heaven Speaks (color)

01:30p Baseball Pittsburg Pirates at Philadelphia Phillies

04:30p Oral Roberts

05:00p Disneyland (ABC delayed from Wednesday @ 7:30p)

06:00p Meet the Press

06:30p Cowboy Theater Raiders of Black River

07:30p Circus Boy The Swamp Man

08:00p Steve Allen Pantomimist Shai K. Ophir, singer Pearl Bailey, Jef Chandler and Joan Collins

09:00p Alcoa Hour No License to Kill (color)

10:00p The Web Last Chance

10:30p Moment of Decision Stage to Yuma

11:00p News; Weather

11:15p Feature Movie Start Cheering

7 WTRF Wheeling (NBC, secondary ABC)

11:00a The Christophers


11:30a Funnies

12:00p This is the Life Design from Heaven

12:30p Industry on Parade

12:45p Christian Science

01:00p Roy Rogers Movie Sign of Death Valley

02:00p Detroit Tigers at Cleveland Indians

05:00p Get Set, Go

05:30p Captured

06:00p Disneyland cartoon star Donald Duck attempts to mend his ways long enough to be
presented an honor for good conduct in Donalds Award (ABC delayed from Wednesday @
7:30p)

07:00p Paragon Playhouse The Outpost

07:30p Circus Boy The Swamp Man

08:00p Steve Allen

09:00p Alcoa Hour No License to Kill (color)

10:00p The Web Last Chance

10:30p Waterfront First Mate

11:00p News

11:15p Skyline Theater Shark River

9 WSTV Steubenville (CBS, secondary ABC)

08:30a Childrens Gospel

09:00a Revival

09:30a Living Word

09:45a Christian Science

10:00a The Christophers


10:30a Faith for Today

11:00a Humbard Family

12:00p Lets Take a Trip

12:30p Church in the Home

01:00p Oral Roberts

01:30p Baseball Pittsburg Pirates at Philadelphia Phillies

04:30p Feature Movie (no title listed)

06:00p The Last Word

06:30p You Are There Hitler Invades Poland

07:00p You Asked For It Scenes of a rattlesnake-hunting dog in action (ABC)

07:30p My Favorite Husband

08:00p Ed Sullivan

09:00p G.E. Theater The Victorian Chaise-Lounge

09:30p Alfred Hitchcock Presents End of Indian Summer

10:00p $64,000 Challenge

10:30p Whats My Line

11:00p Sunday News Special

11:15p Lincoln Theater Goodnight Sweetheart

11 WIIC Pittsburgh (NBC)

Note: 1st day on air

04:30p Film

Note: Other sources (including an ad elsewhere in the Press, and Broadcasting magazine) list a
dedication program starting at 5p

06:00p Meet the Press

06:30p Victory at Sea


07:00p Men of Annapolis

07:30p Circus Boy The Swamp Man

08:00p Steve Allen

09:00p Alcoa Hour No License to Kill (color)

10:00p The Web Last Chance

10:30p Golden Playhouse

11:00p Tracers

11:30p Movietime God is My Co-Pilot

13 WQED Pittsburgh (Educational)

10:45a Test Pattern

11:00a Eye on New York

11:30a Allegheny County Fair

12:00p Fair Horse Show (90 min)

01:30p Science Responsibility

02:00p Heritage-Urey

02:30p Fair Gold Star Mothers

03:00p Discovery

03:30p Mr. Wizard

04:00p Youth Wants to Know

04:30p Zoo Parade

05:00p College News Conference

05:30p A View of the Fair

06:00p Film (title not listed)

06:30p Fair Horse Show


07:30p Heritage

08:00p Fair County Police

08:15p Fair Stage Show

10:00p Fair Dancing Waiters

16 WENS Pittsburgh (ABC)

Note The following message was listed on page 1 of section 3 of the Press:

Because TV Graphic, The Press Sunday supplement which carries program listings for the week,
goes to press early, this weeks edition shows program listings for WENS (channel 16). Actually,
WENS went of the air last night.

Here is what was listed:

06:30p This is America

07:00p You Asked For It Scenes of a rattlesnake-hunting dog in action (ABC)

07:30p Childrens Gospel Hour

08:00p Production Theater

09:00p Compass

09:30p Industry Open House

10:00p Mike Wallace Interview Architect-author Frank Lloyd Wright will be interviewed

10:30p Faith for Today

Hawaii, July 18, 1987

From The Honolulu Advertiser/Star-Bulletin TV Week

2-KHON (NBC)

6AM Kissyfur
6:30 Disney's Adventures of The Gummi Bears

7AM Smurfs

8:30 Alvin & The Chipmunks

9AM MLB Baseball (Regional games; Cubs at Giants or Orioles at Royals, Live telecasts)

12Noon New Generation

12:30PM Cossman's Secrets

1:30 NBC Nightly News

2PM "David & Goliath" (1960)

4PM The Incredible Hulk

5PM Special: "For Kids Sake: Can We Talk?"

6PM Channel 2 News

6:30 Wheel of Fortune

7PM Facts Of Life

7:30 NBC Special: "This Time It's Personal: Jaws--The Rvenge" (preview of the fourth installment
of the "Jaws" franchise)

8PM Golden Girls

8:30 Amen

9PM Hunter

10PM Channel 2 News

10:30 Saturday Night Live

12Mid "High Midnight" (1979)

4-KITV (ABC)

6:30AM Welcome Back, Kotter

7AM Wuzzles
7:30 Care Bears Family

8AM Flintstone Kids

9AM The Real Ghostbusters

9:30 Pound Puppies

10AM Bugs Bunny & Tweety

10:30 Ewoks

11AM ABC Special: "Tin Man Triathalon" (repeat)

12Noon British Open (taped)

2PM Throb

2:30 Love Your Skin (infomercial)

3PM 9 to 5

3:30 Wide World of Sports (Womens' gymnastics: Then and Now; US figure skating
championship from Tacoma, Washington. Taped)

5PM ABC News

5:30 News

6PM Dr. Dean Edell's Medical Journal

6:30 Small Wonder

7PM Webster

7:30 ABC Movie: "Honkytonk Man" (1982)

10PM News

10:30 "Which Way Is Up" (1977)

9-KGMB (CBS)

5:30AM Benson (back to back shows)

6:30 Young Universe


7AM Bernestain Bears

7:30 Wildfire

8AM Muppet Babies

9AM Pee-Wee's Playhouse

9:30 Teen Wolf

10AM Dungeons & Dragons

10:30 Land of the Lost

11AM Galaxy High

11:30 CBS Storybreak

12Noon "Where The Red Fern Grows" (1974)

2PM Mindpower

3PM Entertainment This Week

4PM Simon & Simon

5PM Fishing Tales with Mike Sakamoto

5:30 CBS Evening News

6PM KGMB 9 News

6:30 Enduring Pride

7PM WWF Wrestling

8PM Space

10PM KGMB 9 News

10:30 Island Music, Island Hearts

11:30 "Greased Lightning" (1984)

1:30AM "Mary of Scotland" (1936)

4AM "Journey Into Fear" (1975) (note: movie title was incorrectly listed as "Night of The
Assassins.")
11-KHET (PBS)

12:30PM Wonderful World of Acrylics

1PM Great Chefs of Chicago

1:30 Joy Of Painting

2PM Living With Animals

2:30 French Chef

3PM Great Chefs of The West

3:30 Frugal Gourment

4PM Victory Garden

4:30 Masterpiece Theatre

5:30 Woodwright's Shop

6PM Computer Chronicles

6:30 Nova

7:30 National Audubon Society Special

8:30 Wild America

9PM Evening at Pops

10PM Austin City Limits

11PM Monty Python's Flying Circus

13-KHNL (Fox)

6AM Funtastic World of Hanna-Barbera

7:30 Jem

8AM Inhumanoids
8:30 Star Blazers

9AM "Of On A Comet"

10AM Inside Pro Baseball

10:30 Cinemattractions

11AM Save The Children (infomercial)

11:30 Cry For The Child (infomercial)

12Noon "The Great Waldo Pepper" (1975)

2PM Hawaii Home Shoppers

3PM Wrestling

4PM GLOW: Gorgeous Ladies Of Wrestling

5PM Dancin' To The Hits

5:30 Animal Express

6PM Wonderful World Of Disney

7PM Werewolf (2-hour series premiere)

9PM News

9:05 National Geographic Specials

10:05 Sumo Digest

10:35 1987 Shizuoka World Cup (Windsurfing event. Taped)

11:35 "Raid on Entebbe" (1978)

14-KWHE (Independent)

(Note: The newspaper listed their lineup in its 4PM to 1AM TV grid; Most of its schedule during
the day was religious programming from the LeSEA network)

4PM LeSEA Alive


5PM Gary Randall

5:30 In His Time

6PM Casey Treat

6:30 Lifestyles

7PM Prophecy

7:30 PTL Club

8:30 Gospel Singing Jubilee

9PM Charles Stanley

10PM James Kennedy

11PM There's Hope

11:30 Oral Roberts

12Mid Praise The Lord

20-KHAI (Independent)

3PM Chinese Drama

3:30 Chinese Cooking

3:45 Pinoy Cooking

4PM News From The Philippines

5PM Pops & Martin

6PM Times Hour (Japanese)

7PM High Hopes (Japanese)

8PM Samurai Justice

9PM Detective Night Owl

10PM Kung Fu Theater: "The Seven Soldiers of Kung Fu" (1985)


26-KMGT (Independent)

5:30AM Square of the Sky (German)

6:30 Hello Vienna, Hello Austria

7AM Germany Today

7:30 Navy Today

8AM It's Your Business

8:30 Ernest Angley

9:30 E.A. Buck (local financial firm hosted by the namesake. KITV airs his show on Saturdays)

10AM "Mysterious Island" (1961)

12Noon "Infra-Man" (1975)

2PM This Week In Motorsports

2:30 Wrestling

3:30 Wrestling

4:30 Golf Journal

5PM Abbott & Costello

5:30 Star's Table

6PM Rockford Files

7PM "The Fighting 69th" (Colorized; 1940)

9PM Sharon Cuneta

10PM Hee Haw

11PM "Death Ship" (1980)

12:40AM "Charlie Chan at the Opera" (1936)

2AM "Song Without End" (1960)


4:20AM "Secret of The Batavia Coast" (1969)

32-KBFD (Independent)

(Note: The newspaper listed their lineup in its 4PM to 1AM TV grid)

12Noon Video Shopping Mall (listed as continued in the grid; KBFD signed on at 12Noon during
this time)

5PM TV Pre-School

5:30 Medical Info

6PM English Class

6:30 Samo Kok

7PM Nostalgia Song Stage

8PM News (Korean)

8:30 Legend of Korea

9:30 Faces

10PM Love & Ambition

11PM News

Retro: Boston - Wednesday, October 4, 1967

Source Boston Daily Globe

Game 1 of the 1967 World Series between the Boston Red Sox and St. Louis Cardinals was played
this day. NBC had the rights to the Series, and the games would be carried on WBZ in Boston.
Red Sox games during the season aired on WHDH. By a special arraignment WHDH was allowed
to pick up the NBC feed and air it simultaneously with WBZ. I have no idea why NBC would
acquiesce to this arrangement, nor can I find any stories in the Globe that week explaining the
reason.
2 - WGBH Boston (NET)

08:30a Science Reporter

09:25a Imagine That

09:40a Land and Sea

09:55a You Come Too

10:30a Exploring Nature

11:00a Accent on Music

12:00p Misterogers

12:30p Whats New?

01:00p Parlons Francais 3

01:15p Land and Sea

01:30p Imagine That

01:45p Parlons Francais 2

05:00p Misterogers

05:30p Whats New?

06:00p Exploring the Crafts

06:30p News Louis Lyons

06:45p Backgrounds

07:00p Expository English

07:30p Jazz Series (color)

08:00p News in Perspective

09:00p On Crime

09:30p Kaleidoscope

10:00p The Toy That Grew Up Ella Cinders, silent movie


4 WBZ Boston (NBC)

06:15a Sign-On Seminar

06:45a Daily Almanac

07:00a Today Show (color)

09:00a Contact Bob Kennedy

10:00a Snap Judgment (color)

10:25a NBC News (color)

10:30a Concentration (color)

11:00a Personality (color)

11:30a Hollywood Squares (color)

12:00p News, Weather (color)

12:30p World Series Report with Sandy Kofax (color) this may have only been shown in Boston
and St. Louis

01:00p World Series Boston Red Sox vs. St. Louis Cardinals from Fenway Park; presented by
Chrysler and Plymouth (color)

The following programs are preempted: The Mike Douglas Show, Days of Our Lives, The Doctors,
Another World, You Dont Say, The Match Game

04:30p Merv Griffin Show guests: Tony Randall, Rip Taylor, Adam Wade, Debbie Drake (color)

06:00p Leave It to Beaver

06:30p News, Weather (color)

07:00p Huntley-Brinkley Report (not listed as color)

07:30p The Virginian Deputy Ryker helps an old friend with a past start a new life (color)

09:00p Kraft Music Hall Give My Regards to Broadway; Bobby Darrin as George M. Cohen
with Liza Minnelli, Kay Stevens and Dennis Day (color)

10:00p Run For Your Life (color)

11:00p News, Weather (color)


11:30p Tonight Show guests: Rick Nelson, Don Rickles, Rose Marie, Sidney Miller, Lassie (color)

01:00a Movie The Nevadan

5 WHDH Boston (CBS)

06:00a Sunrise Semester

06:30a N.E. Farmer (color)

06:45a We Believe (color)

07:00a News (color)

07:05a Bozo the Clown (color)

08:00a Captain Kangaroo (color)

09:00a Romper Room (color)

09:30a Classroom 5 (color)

10:00a Candid Camera

10:30a The Beverly Hillbillies

11:00a Andy of Mayberry

11:30a Dick Van Dyke Show

12:00p News, Weather (color)

12:25p CBS News (color)

12:30p Pre-Game Show (locally produced with Red Sox announcers Ken Coleman, Mel Parnell
and Ned Martin; color not denoted)

Search for Tomorrow is preempted

12:45p The Guiding Light (color)

01:00p World Series (color) game is followed by a postgame show hosted by Don Gillis

The following programs are preempted: Love of Life, As the World Turns, Love is a Many-
Splendored Thing, To Tell the Truth, The Edge of Night, The Secret Storm

04:30p Movie The Canadians (color)


06:00p News, Weather (color)

06:30p CBS Evening News Walter Cronkite (color)

07:00p Family Afair Jody has an invisible bear as an imaginary playmate (color; delayed from
Monday @ 9:30p WHDH ran a movie on Mondays)

07:30p Lost In Space The Robinson party is threatened by a tribe of aborigines ruled by a
machine (color)

08:30p The Beverly Hillbillies (color)

09:00p Green Acres (color)

09:30p He and She Harry loses his job with the fire department (color)

10:00p Dundee and the Culhane

11:00p News, Weather (color)

11:30p Movie Winning Team

6 WTEV New Bedford (ABC)

06:15a Bwana Don

06:45a News Jack Delaney

07:00a Funtime (color)

07:30a Magilla Gorilla (color)

08:00a Community Bob Bassett (color)

08:30a Jack LaLanne (color)

09:00a Funtime (color)

09:30a Romper Room (color)

10:00a The Dating Game (color)

10:30a Dateline Hollywood (color)

10:55a Childrens Doctor

11:00a Honeymoon Race (color)


11:30a The Family Game

12:00p Everybodys Talking

12:30p Donna Reed Show

01:00p The Fugitive

02:00p The Newlywed Game (color)

02:30p Dream Girl of 67 (color)

02:55p ABC News Marlene Sanders (color)

03:00p General Hospital

03:30p Dark Shadows (color)

04:00p Lassie

04:30p The Munsters

05:00p no programming listed

05:20p News, Weather (color)

05:30p ABC News (color)

06:00p The Flintstones (color)

06:30p Gilligans Island (color)

07:00p Please Dont Eat the Daisies (color)

07:30p Custer (color)

08:30p The Second Hundred Years (color)

09:00p ABC Movie The Trouble With Harry (color)

11:00p News, Weather

11:30p Joey Bishop Show (color)

7 WNAC Boston (ABC)

06:25a Farm and Market Report


06:30a Understanding Our World

07:00a Cartoon Carnival

07:45a The King and Odie

08:00a The Beagles

08:30a Dream Girl of 67 (delayed from 2:30p) not shown in color

09:00a General Hospital (delayed from 3p) show went to color 10/23

09:30a Girl Talk

10:00a The Newlywed Game (delayed from 2p) not shown in color

10:30a Dateline Hollywood (color)

10:55a Childrens Doctor

11:00a Honeymoon Race (color)

11:30a The Family Game

12:00p Everybodys Talking

12:30p Donna Reed Show

01:00p The Fugitive

02:00p Movie Love Nest

03:55p News (color)

04:00p The Dating Game (color)

04:30p Dennis the Menace

05:00p Three Stooges (color) this is either (most likely) Major Mudd or the Three Stooges
cartoons

05:15p News, Weather (color)

05:30p ABC News (color)

06:00p Mister Ed

06:30p McHales Navy

07:00p F Troop
07:30p Custer Custer must take orders from an arrogant civilian in charge of delivering the U.S.
gold used to buy Alaska from the Russians (color)

08:30p The Second Hundred Years Psychological tests prove Luke is obsolete for the 20th
century (color)

09:00p Movie Diary of Anne Frank

12:05a News, Weather (color)

12:35a Joey Bishop Show (color)

9 WMUR Manchester (ABC) they would not have live studio color until 1972

09:30a The Beatles (delayed from Saturday @ 12p)

10:00a The Dating Game (color)

10:30a Dateline Hollywood (color)

10:55a Childrens Doctor

11:00a Honeymoon Race (color)

11:30a The Family Game

12:00p Everybodys Talking

12:30p Donna Reed Show

01:00p The Fugitive

02:00p The Newlywed Game (color)

02:30p Dream Girl of 67 (color)

02:55p ABC News Marlene Sanders (color)

03:00p General Hospital

03:30p Dark Shadows (color)

04:00p Uncle Gus

05:00p Local Feature

06:00p ABC News (color)


06:30p News, Weather

07:00p Lets Go to the Races (color)

07:30p Custer (color)

08:30p The Second Hundred Years (color)

09:00p ABC Movie The Trouble With Harry (color)

11:00p News, Weather

11:15p Film Featurette

11:30p Joey Bishop Show (color)

10 WJAR Providence (NBC)

06:30a TV Classroom

07:00a Today Show (color)

09:00a Talk of the Town (color)

09:30a World Around Us

10:00a Snap Judgment (color)

10:25a NBC News (color)

10:30a Concentration (color)

11:00a Personality (color)

11:30a Hollywood Squares (color)

12:00p Jeopardy (color)

12:30p Eye-Guess (color)

12:55p Doctors House Call

01:00p World Series (color)

The following programs are preempted: The Gypsy Rose Lee Show, Lets Make a Deal, Days of
Our Lives, The Doctors, Another World, You Dont Say, The Match Game

04:30p Leave It to Beaver


05:00p Perry Mason

06:00p News, Weather (color)

06:30p Huntley-Brinkley Report (not listed as color)

07:00p McHales Navy

07:30p The Virginian (color)

09:00p Kraft Music Hall (color)

10:00p Run for Your Life (color)

11:00p News, Weather (color)

11:30p Tonight Show (color)

11 WENH Durham (NET)

08:00a Shorthand

09:40a Land and Sea

10:30a Exploring Nature

11:00a From Franklin to Frost

12:00p Misterogers

12:30p Shorthand

01:00p Parlons Francais 3

01:15p Land and Sea

01:45p Parlons Francais 2

02:00p Singing, Listening, Doing

02:30p Shorthand

03:00p Your Dollars Worth

05:00p Misterogers

05:30p Whats New?


06:00p Weather; musicale

06:30p News Louis Lyons

06:45p Backgrounds

07:00p Expository English

07:30p Its a Dogs Life

08:00p Exploring the Crafts

08:30p Local Issues Jet Age, Jet Problems

09:00p News in Perspective

10:00p Chicago Festival

10:30p Shorthand

12 WPRI Providence (CBS)

06:30a The Christophers (color)

07:00a Popeye, Three Stooges

07:30a CBS News Joseph Benti (color)

07:55a Jobs Are Waiting

08:00a Captain Kangaroo (color)

09:00a Dialing for Dollars (color)

10:00a Movie Look Back in Anger

11:30a Dick Van Dyke Show

12:00p Love of Life (color)

12:25p CBS News (color)

12:30p Search for Tomorrow (color)

12:45p The Guiding Light (color)

01:00p Girl Talk


01:30p As the World Turns (color)

02:00p Love is a Many-Splendored Thing (color)

02:30p House Party (color)

03:00p To Tell the Truth (color)

03:25p CBS News Douglas Edwards (color)

03:30p The Edge of Night (color)

04:00p F Troop (color)

04:30p Mike Douglas Show

06:00p News, Weather (color)

06:30p CBS Evening News Walter Cronkite (color)

07:00p Truth or Consequences (color)

07:30p Lost In Space (color)

08:30p The Beverly Hillbillies (color)

09:00p Movie Wonderful Country (color)

11:00p News, Weather (color)

11:30p Merv Griffin Show (color)

38 WSBK Boston (Ind) secondary ABC, CBS and NBC

11:30a Jack LaLanne Show (color)

12:00p Jeopardy (color) NBC

12:30p Eye-Guess (color) NBC

12:55p NBC News Edwin Newman (color) NBC

01:00p Yoga for Health

01:30p Lets Make a Deal (color) NBC the show did not air due to the World Series and I have
no idea what WSBK would air in its place

02:00p Dark Shadows ABC (delayed from 3:30p)


02:30p Willie Whistle Cartoons

05:00p Colonel Bleep (color)

05:30p Prince Planet

06:00p Marine Boy

06:30p Thunderbirds (color)

07:00p Sea Hunt

07:30p NFL Highlights Eastern Division games (color)

08:00p Pat Boone in Hollywood guests: Burt Reynolds, Joanie Sommers, Hermione Gingold
(color)

09:30p Alfred Hitchcock Presents

10:00p Mystery Hours

11:00p Movie Miraculous Journey

56 WKBG Boston (Ind)

10:00a Topper

10:30a Carlton Fredericks (color)

11:00a Dickory Doc Bob Barker, host (color)

12:00p Kimba (color)

12:30p Movie Men in the Vault

02:00p Woody Woodbury Show (color)

03:30p Captain Boston (color)

05:00p Astro Boy

05:30p Little Rascals

06:00p Superman (color)

06:30p The Flintstones (color)

07:00p Gilligans Island (color)


07:30p Truth or Consequences Bob Barker, host (color)

08:00p I Love Lucy

08:30p Hazel (color)

09:00p Combat

10:00p Movie Young Racers

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07-04-2013, 04:02 PM #2

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Re: Retro: Boston - Wednesday, October 4, 1967

"Dickory-Doc" with host Bob Barker? Must be a diferent

Bob Barker; the one who reminded us to have our pets

spayed and neutered was hosting the syndicated version

of "Truth Or Consequences" as well as "The Family Game"

on ABC.

There is a later case when a network allowed another

network's affiliate to carry a sports event, putting the same

broadcast on two channels. WHAS/11 had carried the Kentucky

Derby since 1950 and all through the years CBS had it. When the

Derby moved to ABC and WLKY/32 in 1975, the Derby people insisted
that ABC feed the race to both stations; first, because of the longtime

association with WHAS and second, because of WLKY's weaker signal.

ABC did this until CapCities bought the network in 1985 and refused to

allow ABC programs to appear on another network's affiliate. (ABC just

did outbid CBS for the rights to the race in 1990, a reason that's been

given for WHAS's switching to ABC that year but, IIRC, CBS was having

rating problems at the time.) After NBC (WAVE/3) acquired the race in 2000,

all that became moot.

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I can tell you it wasn't an issue of signal disparity. I know that WHDH claimed a right to a local
broadcast a playof game if there was one. I still can't believe that WBZ did not complain and try
to stop it.

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I thought that TV flagships of Major League Baseball teams prior to 1976 could simulcast
network coverage of World Series games.

WSBK-38, which became the Red Sox TV flagship in 1975, simulcast NBC's coverage of that year's
World Series between the Red Sox and Cincinnati Reds.

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Re: Retro: Boston - Wednesday, October 4, 1967

Quote Originally Posted by Joseph_Gallant

I thought that TV flagships of Major League Baseball teams prior to 1976 could simulcast
network coverage of World Series games.

WSBK-38, which became the Red Sox TV flagship in 1975, simulcast NBC's coverage of that year's
World Series between the Red Sox and Cincinnati Reds.

I think it was 1984 when that network exclusivity kicked in, at least as far flagship television
stations being allowed to televise their own coverage of the League Championship Series.
There's a couple of clips on YouTube (unless they took it down) of WFLD Chicago's telecasts of
one of the ALCS games between the White Sox and the Baltimore Orioles.

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Re: Retro: Boston - Wednesday, October 4, 1967

From 1969 through 1983, local TV stations that held rights to hometown Major League Baseball
clubs were allowed to produce their own broadcasts of League Championship Series games
involving those teams.

I recall WSBK-38 in Boston originating their own broadcasts of the 1975 American League
Championship Series between the Red Sox and the Oakland Athletics and the infamous 1978
division tiebreaker game between the Sox and the New York Yankees (In fact, I think WSBK's
remote truck not only provided the video coverage for WSBK's own broadcast of the 1978
playof game, but it's video coverage was also used for ABC's telecast of the game.

Local flagship stations were never allowed to produce their own World Series coverage, but as
mentioned above, could simulcast network coverage of the Series through 1983.

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TV 38 had play by play with Dick Stocton and Ken Harrleson for 75ALCS using NBC video For 75
World series Both Dick Stockton and Ned Martin did play by play on NBC TV and Radio for
Boston games. Ned Martin did the call of Fisk's Home Run on NBC Radio. For Cincy games only
Marty Breennaman did play by play on NBC TV I beleive Ken Coleman was doing Cincy TV games
from 75-78

Hawaii, July 13-17, 1987

From The Honolulu Advertiser/Star-Bulletin TV Week

2-KHON (NBC)

(Note: Due to the Iran-Contra Hearings, NBC programs would be pre-empted; Before Hours is
pre-empted in Hawaii)

Weekdays

5:30AM NBC News

6AM Today

8AM Oprah

9AM Sale of The Century

9:30 Classic Concentration

10AM Wheel of Fortune

10:30 Scrabble

11AM Super Password

11:30 Word Play


12Noon Days of our Lives

1PM Another World

2PM Santa Barbara

3PM Donahue

4PM Hollywood Squares

4:30 Card Sharks

5PM Jeopardy

5:30 NBC Nightly News

6PM Channel 2 News

6:30 Wheel of Fortune

7PM NBC Primetime

10PM Channel 2 News

10:30 Jefersons

11PM Tonight Show (Best of Carson)

12Mid Late Night with Letterman

1AM Nightlife

Monday (July 13th)

(9AM to 4PM Iran-Contra hearings)

4PM Donahue

7PM Alf

7:30 Valerie

8PM NBC Movie: "The Facts of Life Down Under" (Made for TV, 1987; repeat)

Tuesday (July 14th)


(9AM to 4PM Iran-Contra hearings)

4PM Donahue

7PM 1987 All-Star MLB Game (Same day tape from Oakland Coliseum, as the A's were the year's
host; BTW the NL was the winners, 2-0 over the AL in 13 innings.)

Wednesday (July 15th)

7PM Special: "For Kids' Sake: Can We Talk?"

8PM Night Court (one-hour episode, repeat)

9PM NBC Special: The AFI Comedy Special (Four comedy sketches written by up and coming
writers selected by the AFI's Television Writers Comedy Workshop, hosted by Dick Van Dyke)

Thursday (July 16th)

7PM Cosby Show

7:30 Family Ties

8PM Cheers

8:30 Days and Nights of Molly Dodd

9PM LA Law

Friday (July 17th)

7PM Quincy

8PM Miami Vice

9PM Crime Story

1:30AM Friday Night Videos (Paul Reiser and Gilbert Gottfried are the guest co-hosts)

4-KITV (ABC)
(Note: Due to the Iran-Contra Hearings, ABC programs would be pre-empted; Loving and Bargain
Hunters are pre-empted in Hawaii)

Weekdays

5:30 ABC World News This Morning

6AM Good Morning America

8AM 700 Club

9AM Who's The Boss

9:30 Movies

11:30 Ryan's Hope

12Noon General Hospital

1PM One Life To Live

2PM All My Children

3PM Divorce Court

3:30 That's Incredible

4PM Dif'rent Strokes

4:30 PM Magazine (national syndicated version)

5PM ABC News

5:30 News

6PM Gimme A Break

6:30 Facts of Life

7PM ABC Primetime

10PM News

10:30 Nightline

11PM Movies
Monday (July 13th)

9:30AM "Last Of The Red Hot Lovers" (1973)

7PM ABC Movie: "Samson and Delilah" (made for TV, 1984; repeat)

9PM ABC News Close-up, "Alcohol and Cocaine: The New Addiction"

11PM "Pursuit" (1975)

Tuesday (July 14th)

9:30AM "Hot Stuf" (1979)

7PM Who's The Boss

7:30 Growing Pains

8PM Moonlighting

9PM Spenser: For Hire

11PM "Wild Rovers" (1970)

Wednesday (July 15th)

9:30AM "The Chicken Chronicles" (1973)

7PM Perfect Strangers

7:30 Head of The Class

8PM MacGyver

9PM Hotel

11PM Mind Power (infomercial)

12Mid "Rio Lobo" (1970)

Thursday (July 16th)

9:30AM "I Wanna Hold Your Hand" (1978)


7PM Starman

8PM Our World

9PM 20/20

11PM "The Gambler" (made for TV, 1980)

Friday (July 17th)

9:30AM "American Graffiti" (1973)

7PM Sledge Hammer

7:30 ABC Movie: "A Streetcar Named Desire" (made for TV, 1984, repeat)

11PM "The Kid with the Golden Arm" (1980)

9-KGMB (CBS)

(Due to the Iran-Contra Hearings, CBS programs would be pre-empted; Card Sharks and CBS
News Nightwatch is pre-empted in Hawaii)

Weekdays

5:30AM Jimmy Swaggart

6AM CBS Morning News

6:30 Morning Program

8AM Hawaii Five-O

9AM Benson

9:30 Too Close For Comfort

10AM Price Is Right

11AM $25,000 Pyramid

11:30 Love Connection


12Noon Guiding Light

1PM Young & the Restless

2PM Bold & The Beautiful

2:30 As The World Turns

3:30 Superior Court

4PM Hour Magazine

5PM People's Court

5:30 CBS Evening News

6PM KGMB 9 News

6:30 $1,000,000 Chance of a Lifetime

7PM CBS Primetime

10PM KGMB 9 News

10:30 Entertainment Tonight

11PM CBS Late Night

Monday (July 13th)

(8AM to 2PM Iran-Contra Hearing)

2PM Love Connection

2:30 Too Close For Comfort

3PM Benson

7PM Newhart

7:30 Kate & Allie

8PM Designing Women (One-hour repeat)

9PM Cagney & Lacey

11PM Simon & Simon


12:10AM "The Return of Joe Forrester" (made for TV, 1975)

Tuesday (July 14th)

(8AM to 2PM Iran-Contra Hearing)

2PM Love Connection

2:30 Too Close For Comfort

3PM Benson

7PM Scarecrow & Mrs. King

8PM "Spring Break" (1983)

11PM TJ Hooker

12:10 "The Neighborhood" (made for TV, 1982)

Wednesday (July 15th)

7PM Murder, She Wrote

8PM Magnum, PI

9PM Equalizer

11PM Adderly

12:10 "Go West, Young Girl" (made for TV, 1978)

Thursday (July 16th)

7PM New Mike Hammer

8PM CBS Movie: "The Outsiders" (1983)

11PM Night Heat

12:10AM "The Legend of The Golden Gun" (made for TV, 1979)
Friday (July 17th)

7PM Island Music, Island Hearts

8PM Dallas

9PM Special: "Sex Symbols II"

11PM In Person from the Palace (The Nylons, Eddie Money, The Breakfast Club, and Jack Mack &
The Heart Attack performs)

12Mid "Carbon Copy" (1981)

2:05AM "Legend of the Dragon" (1980)

4AM KGMB 9 News

4:30 Hawaii Five-O

11-KHET (PBS)

Weekdays

11:30 Sesame Street

12:30 KnowZone

1PM PBS/KHET Various

4PM Reading Rainbow

4:30 Mister Rogers

5PM Sesame Street

6PM Nightly Business Report

6:30 MacNeil/Lehrer Newshour

7:30 PBS/KHET Primetime

Monday (July 13th)

1PM Great Performances


2:30 Victory Garden

3PM Upstairs, Downstairs

7:30 International Kitchen

8PM Eyes on the Prize

9PM American Masters

10PM In Search of the Trojan War

Tuesday (July 14th)

1PM Great Performances

3PM Frugal Gourmet

3:30 Creative Living

7:30 Rice & Roses

8PM Nova

9PM South American Journey

10PM Human Face-Of

10:30 Alive From Of-Center

Wednesday (July 15th)

1PM Innovation

1:30 Kathy's Kitchen

2PM Materpiece Theatre

3PM Modern Maturity

3:30 Rice & Roses

7:30 Spectrum Hawaii

8PM An Evening Of Championship Skating (from Havard University; repeat)


10PM War: A Commentary by Gwynne Dyer

Thursday (July 16th)

1PM Eyes on the Prize

2PM Mystery!

3PM South American Journey

7:30 Sneak Previews

8PM Great Performances

9PM Godzilla Meets Mona Lisa (a look at a art museum in Paris)

10PM Movie Palaces

Friday (July 17th)

1PM An Evening Of Championship Skating

2PM Championship Ballroom Dancing

3:30 We're Cooking Now

7:30 Wall Street Week

8PM Dialog

9PM Washington Week In Review

9:30 Mystery!

10:30 Innovation

13-KHNL (Fox)

Weekdays

6AM M.A.S.K.
6:30 Flintstones

7AM Dennis The Meanace

7:30 Popeye

8AM My Little Pony & Friends

8:30 Monkees

9AM Ask Dr. Ruth

9:30 Newlywed Game

10AM Dating Game

10:30 Alice

11AM Dick Van Dyke

11:30 Leave It To Beaver

12Noon Centennial (parts 6-10)

2PM She-Ra: Princess of Power

2:30 He-Man & The Masters Of The Universe

3PM ThunderCats

3:30 SilverHawks

4PM Transformers

4:30 GI Joe

5PM Knight Rider

6PM Wonderful World Of Disney

7PM Magnum PI

8PM News

8:05 Movie

10:05 Sumo Digest (except Tuesday 10:35 and Thursday 10:15 only)

10:35 Late Show (Robert Townsend is the week's guest host; Tuesday 11:05 and Thursday 10:45
only)
11:35 Ask Dr. Ruth (except Tuesday/early Wednesday 12:05AM and Thursday 11:45 only)

12:05AM Movie

Monday (July 13th)

8:05 "Man On A Tightrope" (1953)

12:05AM "The Ox-Bow Incident" (1943)

Tuesday (July 14th)

8:05 "Gorky Park" (1984)

12:35AM "Sitting Pretty" (1948)

Wednesday (July 15th)

8:05 "The Hotel New Hampshire" (1984)

12:05AM "13 Rue Madelene" (1946)

Thursday (July 16th)

8:05 "The Amateur" (1982)

12:15AM "Captain From Castile" (1948)

Friday (July 17th)

7PM Minor league Baseball: Tucson Toros at Hawaii Islanders (live broadcast)

12:05AM "The Alien's Return" (1980)

14-KWHE (Independent)
(Note: KWHE's programming was only featured in the 4PM to 1AM grid; Lineup during the day
were programming from LeSEA and TBN)

Weekdays

4PM Praise The Lord (Actually starts at 1PM)

5PM PTL Club

6PM Gary Randall

6:30 James Robinson

7PM Breakthrough

7:30 Lester Summerall

8PM Various

11PM Praise The Lord

Monday (July 13th)

8PM James Kennedy

9PM Fight Hunger

9:30 In His Time

Tuesday (July 14th)

8PM Charles Stanley

9PM LeSEA Alive

10PM Richard Roberts

Wednesday (July 15th)

8PM Frederick K. Price

9PM LeSEA Alive


10PM Richard Roberts

Thursday (July 16th)

8PM Al Jandi

9PM LeSEA Alive

10PM Richard Roberts

Friday (July 17th)

8PM Dwight Thompson

9PM LeSEA Alive

10PM Richard Roberts

20-KHAI (Independent)

Weekdays

4PM Heathclife

4:30 Inspector Gadget

5PM Voltron

5:30 Laurel & Hardy

6PM The White Peony (Chinese television series)

6:20 Downtown Sky

7:15 News (Japanese)

8PM Various

10PM Satsuma Girls

10:20 News (Japanese)


Monday (July 13th)

8PM Forbidden Marriage

9PM Fighting Taxi Driver

Tuesday (July 14th)

8PM Song of the Samurai

9PM Turbulent Love

Wednesday (July 15th)

8PM Wild Samurai

9PM Soko Ga Shiritai

Thursday (July 16th)

8PM Zatoichi

9PM Samurai Bounty Hunter

Friday (December 2nd)

8PM "Frightened Family"

26-KMGT (Independent)

Weekdays

5:30 Morning Stretch

6AM Jayce & The Wheeled Warriors


6:30 Zoobilee Zoo

7AM Ghostbusters

7:30 Let's Talk Story (local talk show)

11AM International Channel

1PM Let's Talk Story

4PM Fantasy Island (30 minute edited version)

4:30 Bewitched

5PM I Dream Of Jeannie

5:30 $100,000 Pyramid

6PM Soap

6:30 Various

7PM Movies

9PM Movies

11PM PTL Club

12Mid Movies

3:30AM International Channel

Monday (July 13th)

6:30 What's Happening Now

8PM "X, Y and Zee" (1972)

9PM "Madame Currie" (1944)

12Mid "The Heavenly Body" (1944)

1:50AM "The Last Gangster" (1939)

3:30 Grunts (Slovic program)

4:30 Hello Austria, Hello Vienna


Tuesday (July 14th)

6:30 Honeymooners

7PM "The Wild Geese" (1978)

9:20 "Julia Misbehaves" (1948)

12Mid "Come Live With Me" (1941)

1:40AM "Unholy Partners" (1941)

3:30 Windmills (Spanish)

4:30 Derrick (German)

Wednesday (July 15th)

6:30 Lorne Greene's New Wilderness

7PM "Doctor Fautus" (1968)

8:45 "Mrs. Parkinson" (1944)

12Mid "Lady Of The Tropics" (1939)

1:50AM "The Night Has A Thousand Eyes" (1948)

3:30 Curro Jimenez (Spanish)

4:30 Hello Jerusalem (Israeli)

Thursday (July 16th)

6:30 Soap

7PM "Taming Of The Shrew" (1967)

9:10 "Blossoms in The Dust" (1941)

12Mid "I Take This Wife" (1940)

1:50 "The Amazing Dr. Clitterhouse" (1938)


3:30 Rubbers (Slavic)

4:30 Kupernick (Polish)

Friday (July 17th)

6:30 Dream Girl USA

7PM "Return Engagement"

8:45 "Mrs. Miniver" (1942)

12Mid Snicker Theater

2AM "Ma & Pa Kettle at Waikiki" (1955)

3:30 Forum Presents (Nitty Gritty Dirt Band performs)

4:30 Nicola Tesla (Serbic)

32-KBFD (Independent)

(Note: KBFD's programming was only featured in the 4PM to 1AM grid; Station signed on
12Noon)

Weekdays

12Noon Video Shopping Mall (listed as continued on the grid)

5:30 Korean Programming

6PM Around Korea (Tues-Fri)

6:30 News (Tues-Fri)

7PM Sumo Kok (Tues-Fri)

7:30 Korean Programs

8:30 Sunflower

9PM Korean Programs


11PM News (Tue-Fri)

Monday (July 13th)

6PM Hawaii Talent Showcase

7:30 Kayo Top Ten Show

9PM Drama Game

Tuesday (July 14th)

7:30 Singing Contest

9PM Winter Flower

Wednesday (July 15th)

7:30 Police Story

9PM Gate Of Desire

10PM No Touch

Thursday (July 16th)

7:30 KBS Sports

9PM Gate Of Desire

10PM No Touch

Friday (July 17th)

7:30 Comedy Show

9PM Faces of The City

10PM Love and Ambition


Retro: Northern Colorado/Wyoming/Rapid City Fri, July 10, 1987

from TV Guide-Northern Colorado edition

KWGN 2-Ind Denver

5:00 Sanford & Son

5:30 Jefersons

6:00 Richard Roberts

7:00 Scooby Doo

7:30 Ghostbusters

8:00 Inspector Gadget

8:30 Woody Woodpecker & Friends

9:00 Blinky's Fun Club

9:30 Tom & Jerry

10:00 Charlie's Angels

11:00 I Love Lucy (bw)

11:30 Bob Newhart

noon Andy Griffith

12:30 McHale's Navy (bw)

1:00 I Love Lucy (bw)

1:30 Dick Van Dyke (bw)

2:00 Bewitched

2:30 ThunderCats

3:00 Tom & Jerry

3:30 Heathclif
4:00 Smurfs' Adventures

4:30 Bugs Bunny & Friends

5:00 One Day at a Time

5:30 Mary Tyler Moore

6:00 Jefersons

6:30 Bob Newhart

7:00 Movie "Grease"

9:00 News

9:30 INN News

10:00 Tales from the Darkside

10:30 Rockford Files

11:30 Saturday Night

mid. Movie "Mean Dog Blues"

2:00 Movie "The House That Dripped Blood"

4:00 One Step Beyond (bw)

4:30 Sanford & Son

KTWO 2-NBC Casper

5:15 Before Hours

5:30 Morning Agricultural Report

6:00 NBC News at Sunrise

7:00 Today (guest Michael Keaton)

9:00 Phil Donahue (female AIDS patients)

10:00 Super Password

10:30 Wordplay
11:00 Classic Concentration

11:30 Scrabble

noon Wheel of Fortune

12:30 Sale of the Century

1:00 Another World

2:00 Days of Our Lives

3:00 Santa Barbara

4:00 Superior Court

4:30 People's Court

5:00 NBC Nightly News

5:30 News

6:00 Baseball Pre-Game

6:15 Baseball: NY Mets-Houston

9:00 Entertainment Tonight

9:30 Too Close for Comfort

10:00 News

10:35 Tonight Show (guest host Pat Sajak welcomes Bert Convy and Carl Reiner)

11:35 Late Night with David Letterman (rerun from 1983 with then-Miss America Vanessa
Williams and Andy Kaufman)

12:35 Friday Night Videos (Richard Moll and ALF show videos from Madonna, U2, the Jets, and
Heart)

KTVS 3-Sterling/KGWN 5-Cheyenne/KSTF 10-Scottsbluf (CBS/NBC)

6:00 CBS Morning News

6:30 Morning Program (conclusion of interview with Dems Presidential hopeful Bruce Babbitt)

8:00 $25,000 Pyramid


8:30 Card Sharks

9:00 Price is Right

10:00 Young & the Restless

11:00 Classic Concentration

11:30 Bold & the Beautiful

noon As the World Turns

1:00 Guiding Light

2:00 Days of Our Lives

3:00 Super Password

3:30 Sale of the Century

4:00 Scrabble

4:30 Wheel of Fortune

5:00 CBS Evening News

5:30 News

6:00 Fame

7:00 Summer Playhouse "Barrington"

8:00 Dallas

9:00 Twilight Zone "Time and Teresa Golowitz"/"Voices in the Earth"

10:00 News

10:35 Three's Company

11:05 In Person from the Palace (guests the Beastie Boys, Oingo Boingo, Gino Vanelli, and the
Whispers)

12:05 Movie "Author! Author!"

KOTA 3-Rapid City/KDUH 4-Scottsbluf/KHSD 11-Lead/KSGW 12-Sheridan, Gillette (ABC)

4:30 Morning Agricultural Report


5:00 ABC World News This Morning

6:00 Good Morning America (blacks in baseball)

8:00 Phil Donahue (as 2 Casper, 9am)

9:00 Who's the Boss?

9:30 Bargain Hunters

10:00 Ryan's Hope

10:30 Loving

11:00 All My Children

noon Yankee Doodle Cricket

12:30 Beverly Hillbillies

1:00 General Hospital

2:00 One Life to Live

3:00 Eight is Enough

4:00 Jeopardy!

4:30 Card Sharks

5:00 ABC World News Tonight

5:30 News

6:00 Wheel of Fortune

6:30 M*A*S*H

7:00 Sledge Hammer!

7:30 Mr. Belvedere

8:00 Movie "Consenting Adult"

10:00 News

10:35 ABC News Nightline

11:05 Twilight Zone (bw)


11:35 700 Club

12:35 True Confessions

1:05 News

KCNC 4-NBC Denver

5:00 Morning Agricultural Report cont'd

5:15 Before Hours

5:30 NBC News at Sunrise

6:00 News

7:00 Today

9:00 Santa Barbara

10:00 Super Password

10:30 Wordplay

11:00 Classic Concentration

11:30 Scrabble

noon News

12:30 Sale of the Century

1:00 Another World

2:00 Days of Our Lives

3:00 Wheel of Fortune

3:30 Phil Donahue (women's sex drives)

4:30 News (ch 4 spiked Brokaw on account of the ball game this night, it aired at 6)

6:00 Baseball Pre-Game

6:15 Baseball: NY Mets-Houston

9:00 Love Boat


10:00 News

10:35 Tonight Show

11:35 Late Night with David Letterman

12:40 News

1:15 Friday Night Videos

2:15 $1,000,000 Chance of a Lifetime

2:45 Movie "12 Angry Men" (bw)

4:30 Kung Fu

KRMA 6-PBS Denver

6:15 AM Weather

6:30 Business File

7:00 Personal Time Management

7:30 Captain Kangaroo

8:00 Teaching Writing: A Process Approach

9:00 Polka Dot Door

9:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

10:00 3-2-1 Contact

10:30 Reading Rainbow

11:00 Sesame Street

noon Wild, Wild World of Animals

12:30 OWL/TV

1:00 All Creatures Great & Small

2:00 Victory Garden

2:30 Lap Quilting with Georgia Bonesteel


3:00 Polka Dot Door

3:30 and 4:30 Sesame Street

5:30 Nightly Business Report

6:00 MacNeil-Lehrer NewsHour

7:00 Washington Week in Review

7:30 State of Colorado

8:00 Wall Street Week

8:30 Civilisation "The Great Thaw"

9:30 Top Guns (premiere, looks at British military training)

10:00 Fairly Secret Army

10:30 Stooge Snapshots (Steve Allen hosts this look at the comedy legends)

11:30 Movie "The Gorilla" (bw)

12:40 Jack Horkheimer: Star Hustler

KMGH 7-CBS Denver

5:00 CBS Morning News

6:30 Morning Program

8:00 $25,000 Pyramid

8:30 Card Sharks

9:00 AM Colorado

10:00 Price is Right

11:00 Young & the Restless

noon News

12:30 Bold & the Beautiful

1:00 As the World Turns


2:00 Guiding Light

3:00 Dating Game

3:30 Newlywed Game

4:00 News

5:00 CBS Evening News

5:30 People's Court

6:00 Hollywood Squares

6:30 Entertainment Tonight

7:00 Summer Playhouse "Barrington"

8:00 Dallas

9:00 Twilight Zone "Time and Teresa Golowitz"/"Voices in the Earth"

10:00 News

10:35 Taxi

11:05 In Person from the Palace (same line-up as KGWN and satellites)

12:05 Movie "Author! Author!"

2:10 Movie "Killer Fish"

KEVN 7-Rapid City/KIVV 5-Lead, Deadwood (NBC)

5:30 Ag-Day

6:00 Jimmy Swaggart

6:30 NBC News at Sunrise

7:00 Today

9:00 Wheel of Fortune

9:30 Scrabble

10:00 Super Password


10:30 Wordplay

11:00 Days of Our Lives

noon Another World

1:00 Santa Barbara

2:00 Sale of the Century

2:30 Classic Concentration

3:00 She-Ra: Princess of Power

3:30 GI Joe: A Real American Hero

4:00 Magnum, PI

5:00 NBC Nightly News

5:30 News

6:00 Baseball Pre-Game

6:15 Baseball: NY Mets-Houston

9:00 Newlywed Game

9:30 Dating Game

10:00 News

10:30 Tonight Show

11:30 Late Night with David Letterman

12:30 Friday Night Videos

1:30 News

KUSA 9-ABC Denver

5:00 Headline News

6:00 News

7:00 Good Morning America


9:00 Oprah Winfrey (pros and cons of adopting a child of another race)

10:00 Hour Magazine (guest Linda Evans)

11:00 All My Children

noon News

12:30 Love Connection

1:00 General Hospital

2:00 One Life to Live

3:00 Judge

3:30 Card Sharks

4:00 Jeopardy!

4:30 News

6:00 ABC World News Tonight

6:30 Wheel of Fortune

7:00 Sledge Hammer!

7:30 Mr. Belvedere

8:00 Movie "Consenting Adult"

10:00 News

10:35 M*A*S*H

11:05 ABC News Nightline

11:40 Nightlife (guest Howard Cosell)

12:10 Almost Live from the Comedy Corner

12:40 Of the Wall

1:10 Tales from the Unexpected

1:40 Hit City

2:10 Banacek
3:40 Headline News

KBHE 9-Rapid City/KPSD 13-Faith, Eagle Butte (PBS, SDPB)

6:15 AM Weather

6:30 Body Pulse

7:00 Africans

8:00 Modern Maturity

8:30 Homestretch

9:00 Ice Skating

10:30 Orange Blossom Bebop

11:30 Sesame Street

12:30 Tee Talk

1:00 Indianapolis: City in Concert

2:00 Reading Rainbow

2:30 Sesame Street

3:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

4:00 Square One Television

4:30 3-2-1 Contact

5:00 Captain Kangaroo

5:30 Nightly Business Report

6:00 MacNeil-Lehrer NewsHour

7:00 Washington Week in Review

7:30 Wall Street Week

8:00 Market to Market

8:30 Midwest Market Analysis


9:00 Great Performances "The Cotton Club Remembered" (performances by Cab Calloway, the
Nicholas Brothers, Adelaide Hall, Chuck Green, Doc Cheatham, and Max Roach)

10:00 We'll Meet Again

11:00 In Recital

11:30 Country Express (interview with Mel McDaniel/videos from Willie Nelson, Steve Earle,
Gary Morris, Eddy Raven, and Restless Heart)

mid. Jack Horkheimer: Star Hustler

KFNR 11-Rawlins/KFNB 20-Casper (ABC/Fox)

5:00 National Shopping Club

6:00 ABC World News This Morning

7:00 Good Morning America

9:00 Who's the Boss?

9:30 Bargain Hunters

10:00 Ryan's Hope

10:30 Loving

11:00 All My Children

noon One Life to Live

1:00 General Hospital

2:00 Home Shopping Game

2:30 Crosswits

3:00 GI Joe: A Real American Hero

3:30 Big Valley

4:30 ABC World News Tonight

5:00 News

5:30 Bewitched
6:00 One Big Family

6:30 Hollywood Squares

7:00 Sledge Hammer!

7:30 Mr. Belevedere

8:00 Movie "Consenting Adult"

10:00 News

10:30 ABC News Nightline

11:00 Late Show (guest host Peter Scolari)

mid. 700 Club

1:00 INN News (only other net affiliate I've seen carry INN was KTKA Topeka, in its days as KLDH)

1:30 National Shopping Club

KBDI 12-PBS Broomfield (second PBS for Denver)

2pm Joy of Painting

2:30 Justin Wilson's Louisiana Cookin': Outdoors

3:00 We're Cooking Now

3:30 Homestretch

4:00 Masterpiece Theatre "The Jewel in the Crown" (pt 6)

5:00 Wild Seas, Wild Seals (a 1984 study of seals in the Hebrides)

6:00 Square One Television

6:30 3-2-1 Contact

7:00 Nature (works of naturalist-artist Keith Brockie, who spent a year on the Isle of May)

8:00 War: A Commentary by Gwynne Dyer

9:00 Presente! (conclusion of 2-parter on Puerto Rico)

10:00 Teletunes
11:00 Movie "The Carey Treatment"

12:40 Jack Horkheimer: Star Hustler

KTNE 13-PBS Alliance (NET)

6:45 AM Weather

7:00 Sesame Street

8:00 Captain Kangaroo

9:00 Knowzone

9:30 Reading Rainbow

10:00 Microwaves are for Cooking

10:30 Food Preserving

11:00 Tennis with van der Meer

11:30 Sesame Street

12:30 Knowzone

1:00 We're Cooking Now

1:30 Movie "Six of a Kind" (bw)

2:40 Nature of Things

3:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

4:00 Sesame Street

5:00 3-2-1 Contact

5:30 Reading Rainbow

6:00 MacNeil-Lehrer NewsHour

7:00 Washington Week in Review

7:30 Wall Street Week

8:00 Market to Market


8:30 Bodywatch

9:00 On Stage at Wolf Trap (from 1985: Ella Fitzgerald and Oscar Peterson)

10:00 Nightly Business Report

10:30 Blake's 7

11:30 Second City Television

mid. Jack Horkheimer: Star Hustler

KGWC 14-CBS Casper

5:30 Jimmy Swaggart

6:00 CBS Morning News

6:30 Morning Program

8:00 $25,000 Pyramid

8:30 Card Sharks

9:00 Price is Right

10:00 Young & the Restless

11:00 Barney Miller

11:30 Bold & the Beautiful

noon As the World Turns

1:00 Guiding Light

2:00 Beverly Hillbillies

2:30 Defenders of the Earth

3:00 Love Connection

3:30 $1,000,000 Chance of a Lifetime

4:00 Magnum, PI

5:00 Jeopardy!
5:30 CBS Evening News

6:00 News

6:30 Wheel of Fortune

7:00 Summer Playhouse "Barrington"

8:00 Dallas

9:00 Twilight Zone "Time and Teresa Golowitz"/"Voices in the Earth"

10:00 News

10:35 M*A*S*H

11:05 In Person from the Palace (as KGWN)

12:05 Movie "Author! Author!"

2:10 Nightlife

KPLO 15-CBS Rapid City (part of KELO-Land network from KELO Sioux Falls)

4:00 CBS Morning News

4:30 Morning Agricultural Report

5:00 CBS Morning News

5:30 Good Morning KELO-Land

6:00 CBS Morning News

6:30 Morning Program

8:00 $25,000 Pyramid

8:30 Card Sharks

9:00 Price is Right

10:00 Young & the Restless

11:00 News

noon As the World Turns


1:00 Guiding Light

2:00 Bold & the Beautiful

2:30 Scooby Doo

3:00 Captain 11 Presents

3:30 Entertainment Tonight

4:00 News

4:30 CBS Evening News

5:00 News

5:30 Hollywood Squares

6:00 Summer Playhouse "Barrington"

7:00 Dallas

8:00 Twilight Zone "Time and Teresa Golowitz"/"Voices in the Earth"

9:00 News

9:30 In Person from the Palace (as KGWN)

10:30 Movie "Author! Author!"

12:35 Throb

1:05 Tales from the Darkside

1:35 It's Your Business

2:05 News

KDVR 31-Fox Denver

5:00 Movie "Sail a Crooked Ship" cont'd (bw)

6:00 Jimmy Swaggart

6:30 Bullwinkle

7:00 He-Man & the Masters of the Universe


7:30 She-Ra: Princess of Power

8:00 Jayce & the Wheeled Warriors

8:30 My Little Pony 'n Friends

9:00 Munsters (bw)

9:30 My Three Sons

10:00 My Favorite Martian (bw)

10:30 Mayberry RFD

11:00 Dick Van Dyke

11:30 Make Room for Daddy (bw)

noon That's Incredible!

12:30 Movie "711 Ocean Drive" (bw)

2:30 Cartoons

3:00 Green Acres

3:30 Silverhawks

4:00 Transformers

4:30 Batman

5:00 Wonder Woman

6:00 Starsky & Hutch

7:00 Movie "PT 109"

9:30 Carson's Comedy Classics

10:00 Bizarre

10:30 Late Show (guest host Rich Hall)

11:30 Movie "The Black Windmill"

1:30 Ask Dr. Ruth (guest Carol Leifer)

2:00 Movie "Ride Beyond Vengeance"


4:00 Have Gun: Will Travel (bw)

4:30 Make Room for Daddy (bw)

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Quote Originally Posted by Bluenoser

KTWO 2-NBC Casper

10:35 Tonight Show (guest host Pat Sajak welcomes Bert Convy and Carl Reiner)

This was after Joan Rivers left for the new Fox network to start her own talk show, only for her to
soon quit. As indicated below, others were already filling in for her on Fox. Garry Shandling
would later replace Joan as The Tonight Show's guest host with jay Leno taking the reins in 1987.
Apparently, Pat's guest hosting stint was between Garry's and Jay's. Nevertheless, it could have
been a preview for his ill-fated series on CBS in 1989.

Quote Originally Posted by Bluenoser

KUSA 9-ABC Denver

12:10 Almost Live from the Comedy Corner

Was this the same program that was on KING-TV in Seattle?

Quote Originally Posted by Bluenoser

KFNR 11-Rawlins/KFNB 20-Casper (ABC/Fox)


11:00 Late Show (guest host Peter Scolari)

KDVR 31-Fox Denver

10:30 Late Show (guest host Rich Hall)

Notice the diferent guest hosts -- did KFNR/KFNB show The Late Show on a day (or longer)
delay? Never mind that all Fox affiliates in Mountain Time would have electronically delayed
their shows.

Quote Originally Posted by Bluenoser

KFNR 11-Rawlins/KFNB 20-Casper (ABC/Fox)

1:00 INN News (only other net affiliate I've seen carry INN was KTKA Topeka, in its days as KLDH)

CBS affiliate WEYI in Flint / Saginaw also carried INN News at 11PM, in lieu of a local newscast --
until shortly becoming NBC, WEYI only had one newscast of its own each weekday, at 5:30PM
(not counting news briefs).

Quote Originally Posted by Bluenoser

KPLO 15-CBS Rapid City (part of KELO-Land network from KELO Sioux Falls)

At the time, channel 15 was a low-powered repeater of KPLO channel 6, a KELO satellite in
Reliance. The following year, it would be converted to a full-powered signal, as KCLO.

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Re: Retro: Northern Colorado/Wyoming/Rapid City Fri, July 10, 1987

Quote Originally Posted by Bluenoser

KPLO 15-CBS Rapid City (part of KELO-Land network from KELO Sioux Falls)

At the time, channel 15 was a low-powered repeater of KPLO channel 6, a KELO satellite in
Reliance. The following year, it would be converted to a full-powered signal, as KCLO.

[/quote]

And here's where things get weird...the Nebraska edition, which covered most of KELO-Land, has
Captain 11 listed that day 2:30-3:30 MT (the rest of the network also usually aired Scooby at 2:30
MT/3:30 CT), as a live shot from the zoo in Sioux Falls...I suspect lead time for the diferent
regional offices (Denver for Northern CO, Minneapolis for Nebraska) may have had something to
do with the diference?

As for ABC 11/20, it appears that they ran the Late Show on a day-behind basis.

Retro: This Week in TV Guide, July 11, 1964 - MSP Edition

This week the Republican National Convention dominates the headlines and the television
coverage. Looking back on it from today's perspective, it's astounding how much importance was
attached to the political covention. As for 1964, the GOP convention was a doozy - and, as I
write, a good example of why political parties don't want conventions like this anymore. Plus,
NBC newswoman Nancy Dickerson does an convention fashion preview, Sullivan vs. The Palace,
and more.

http://www.itsabouttv.com/2013/07/th...y-11-1964.html

As always your comments, positive as well as negative, are welcome.

And now, the week's TV listings, for one of the three days this week not taken over by the
convention:
Sunday, July 12, 1964

WCCO, Channel 4 (CBS)

Morning

07:45a Sacred Heart

08:00a Fisher Family

08:30a Look Up and Live

09:00a Business and Finance

09:30a Religious News

09:45a Bowery Boys Movie Spook Chasers

10:45a Roller Derby

11:45a World of Aviation

Afternoon

12:00p News (local)

12:15p Weather (local)

12:20p Sports (local)

12:30p Top Star Bowling

01:30p Movie Summer Stock

03:00p Checkmate

04:00p CBS Sports Spectacular (profile of Gene Mauch, Phillies manager)

04:30p Original Amateur Hour

05:00p The Twentieth Century The Plots Against Hitler

05:30p GOP Convention Preview

Evening

06:00p Lassie
06:30p My Favorite Martian

07:00p Ed Sullivan (Duke Ellington, Liza Minnelli, The Beatles, Jean Paul Vignon, Morecome and
Wise, Shirley Verrett)

08:00p Celebrity Game (Fabian, Gypsy Rose Lee, Jack E. Leonard, Paul Lynde, Gisele MacKenzie,
Julie Newmar, Barry Sullivan, Ida Lupino, Howard Duf)

08:30p Brenner

09:00p Candid Camera

09:30p Whats My Line? (Robert Q. Lewis, Arlene Francis, Dorothy Kilgallen, Bennett Cerf) (live)

10:00p News (local)

10:15p Weather (local)

10:20p Sports (local)

10:30p All Star Bowling (live)

12:00a News (local)

KSTP, Channel 5 (NBC)

Morning

07:45a Davey and Goliath

08:00a Bible Story Time (color)

08:30a Light Time

08:45a Christopher Program

09:00a Quiz a Catholic (color)

09:30a Frontiers of Faith

10:00a Big Picture

10:30a This Is the Life

11:00a Film Feature

11:30a Famous Playhouse


Afternoon

12:00p Love That Bob!

12:30p Famous Playhouse

01:00p Movie Penny Serenade

03:00p Movie Woman in Distress

04:00p Sunday - GOP Convention Preview

04:30p Meet the Press (Gov. William Scranton)

05:30p GOP Convention Preview

Evening

06:30p Walt Disneys World of Color (color)

07:30p Grindl

08:00p Bonanza (color)

09:00p Du Pont Show of the Month The Last Hangman (color)

10:00p News (local) (color)

10:15p Weather (local) (color)

10:20p Sports (local) (color)

10:30p Movie Last Holiday

12:15a Movie Blackmailer

KMSP, Channel 9 (ABC)

Morning

09:00a Insight

09:30a Oral Roberts

10:00a Souls Harbor

10:30a Movie Gunga Din


Afternoon

12:00p Discovery 64 (President Eisenhower)

12:30p Issues and Answers (Rep. William E. Miller, Former GOP Chairman Leonard Hall)

01:00p Mantovani

01:30p Movie Action in Arabia

03:00p Yancy Derringer

03:30p Pursuit The Red Recruiters

04:00p Olympic Trials (Boxing, Judo, Equestrian)

05:00p Movie Back from the Dead

Evening

06:30p GOP Convention Preview

07:30p Arrest and Trial

09:00p Death Valley Days

09:30p The Rebel

10:00p News, Weather, Sports

10:30p Movie The Breaking Point

WTCN, Channel 11 (Ind.)

Morning

11:00a Farm Forum

11:30a Faith for Today

Afternoon

12:00p Home Buyers Digest

01:00p Business Topics

01:15p Sen. Hubert Humphrey


01:30p Executive Report

02:00p Highway Patrol

02:30p Amos n Andy

03:00p Whirlybirds

03:30p Bob Allison

04:00p M Squad

04:30p The Invisible Man

05:00p Rocky and His Friends

05:30p Bold Journey

Evening

06:00p Movie Yesterdays Enemy

07:30p Movie Terror Is a Man

09:00p Bishop Sheen

09:30p News (local)

09:45p Weather (local)

09:50p Sports (local)

10:00p Movie The Great Mans Lady

12:15a Silents Please

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Re: Retro: This Week in TV Guide, July 11, 1964 - MSP Edition

Quote Originally Posted by Mitchell H recalls:

As for 1964, the GOP convention was a doozy - and, as I write, a good example of why political
parties don't want conventions like this anymore.

Besides Senator Barry Goldwater's acceptance speech, the most-remembered moment of that
convention came when NBC floor reporter John Chancellor was arrested on live TV, signing-of:
"I'm John Chancellor, NBC News, reporting from somewhere in custody", as he was being
marched of the floor.

I, age eight and a half, was watching it, and the director cut to a two-shot of anchormen Chet
Huntley and David Brinkley in the anchor booth, who were laughing their heads of!

Despite the fact that Chancellor went on to anchor "NBC Nightly News" for almost a dozen years
(1970-82), he is best remembered not for that, but for the Arrest At The Cow Palace. Some even
claimed it was the reason why he got the anchor desk after Huntley and Brinkley split.

The story had a happy ending: The head of security recognized Chancellor, dropped the
"charges" against him (maybe the officers arresting him were fans of ABC or CBS!), and ordered
him back out on the floor to do his job for NBC.

Retro: St. Louis Sat, July 28, 1979

from TV Guide-St. Louis edition

KTVI 2-ABC

6:30 World of Ideas

7:00 Fangface
7:30 Scooby's All-Stars

9:00 Superfriends

10:30 Bigfoot & Wildboy

11:00 Pink Panther

11:30 American Bandstand (guest Maxine Nightingale)

12:30 Mod Squad

1:30 FBI

2:30 NFL Hall of Fame Game: Dallas-Oakland (at Canton, OH)

5:30 News

6:00 Hee Haw (guests Ray Price, Roy Acuf, and Bill Anderson)

7:00 Battlestar Galactica

8:00 Love Boat

9:00 Fantasy Island

10:00 News

10:15 ABC News

10:30 Movie "Planet of the Apes"

12:50 FBI

1:50 A Grain of Salt (the story of salt)

KMOX 4-CBS

5:30 News

5:40 People Speak "Gasohol: Government and Big Oil?"

6:00 Country Way

6:30 Summer Semester "Disabilities"

7:00 Popeye
8:00 Bugs Bunny/Road Runner

9:30 Tarzan/Super 7

11:00 Space Academy

11:30 Fat Albert

noon Ark II

12:30 CBS Children's Film Festival "Soap Box Derby" (Quebec import)

1:00 Kidsworld

1:30 DB's Grand Delight

2:00 Marlo & the Magic Movie Machine

2:30 St. Louis Illustrated

3:30 CBS Sports Spectacular (Tour de France/PBA Amarillo Open/US Single Seat Unlimited Of-
Road Racing Championships)

5:00 Newsmakers

5:30 CBS Evening News

6:00 News

6:30 Match Game

7:00 Bad News Bears

7:30 Just Friends

8:00 Movie "The Wilby Conspiracy"

10:00 News

10:30 Movie "The Daughters of Joshua Cabe Return"

mid. Comedy Shop (guests the Unknown Comic, Franklyn Ajaye, Kelly Davis, Fred Travalena,
Bobby Kelton, and Annette Funicello)

12:30 News

1:00 Movie "The Lost Man"

3:10 News
3:40 Movie "The Gorgeous Hussy" (bw)

KSD 5-NBC

6:30 Agriculture USA

7:00 Alvin & the Chipmunks

7:30 Fantastic Four

8:00 Godzilla Super 90

9:30 Dafy Duck

10:00 Fred & Barney Meet the Shmoo

10:30 Jetsons

11:00 Buford & the Galloping Ghost

11:30 Fabulous Funnies

noon Racers

12:30 This Week in Baseball

1:00 Baseball Warm-Up

1:15 Baseball: Cincinnati-Atlanta (alt game: Cubs-Mets)

4:00 US Mini-Olympics

5:00 In Search of...Sherlock Holmes

5:30 NBC Nightly News

6:00 News

6:15 Dugout

6:30 Baseball: St. Louis-Philadelphia

9:30 Supertrain (JIP)

10:00 News

10:30 Saturday Night Live (rerun from April with host Richard Benjamin and music from Rickie
Lee Jones)
mid. Boogie Machine

12:30 Big Valley

KETC 9-PBS

8:00 Villa Alegre

8:30 Weekend Edition

9:00 Washington Week in Review

9:30 Wall Street Week

10:00 Here's to Your Health

10:30 French Chef

11:00 Consumer Survival Kit

11:30 Crockett's Victory Garden

noon Farm Digest

12:30 Over Easy (guest John Kenneth Galbraith)

1:00 Over Easy (guest Constance Towers)

1:30 Over Easy (guest Theodore H. White)

2:00 Over Easy (guest Monty Hall)

2:30 Over Easy (guest Lillian Carter)

3:00 Kup's Show

4:00 Pro Soccer

5:00 Austin City Limits

6:00 Zoom

6:30 Sneak Previews

7:00 Evening at Pops (guest Joel Grey)

8:00 Masterpiece Theatre "I, Claudius" (pt 7)


9:00 Meeting of Minds

10:00 Dick Cavett (Carol Burnett, conclusion)

10:30 Movie "Z"

KPLR 11-Ind

5:30 US Farm Report

6:00 News

6:30 For You...Black Woman (men's roles in black households)

7:00 Hot Fudge

7:30 Big Blue Marble

8:00 Heckle & Jeckle

9:00 Woody Woodpecker

9:30 Tom & Jerry

10:00 Gilligan's Island

10:30 Gomer Pyle, USMC

11:00 F-Troop

11:30 Get Smart

noon Movie "Abbott & Costello Go to Mars" (bw)

2:00 Movie "The Blue Bird"

4:00 Movie "Kettles in the Ozarks" (bw)

5:30 Gong Show (judges Pat McCormick, Jaye P. Morgan, and Jamie Farr)

6:00 Sha Na Na (guest Lloyd Price)

6:30 $100,000 Name That Tune

7:00 Spartacade (pre-Olympic competition from Moscow)

8:30 Porter Wagoner (guest Matt Davenport)


9:00 Pop! Goes the Country (guests Ray Stevens and Moe Bandy)

9:30 Nashville on the Road

10:00 Family Feud

10:30 Dance Fever (judges Steve Garvey, Connie Stevens, and Robert Guillaume/music from
Bonnie Pointer)

11:00 Kicks (guests Gary's Gang, and Yvonne Elliman)

mid. Don Kirshner's Rock Concert (guests Seals & Crofts, Glen Campbell, Doug Kershaw, and
Maureen McGovern)

1:30 Three Stooges (bw)

3:00 Wrestling

KDNL 30-Ind

7:00 Public Policy Forum

8:00 Ruf House

8:30 Rifleman

9:00 WCT Tournament of Champions: final, Jimmy Connors v Vitas Gerulaitis

11:00 and 11:30 World of Survival

noon Abbott & Costello (bw)

12:30 Laurel & Hardy (bw)

1:00 Movie "Gidget"

3:00 Movie "Our Man Flint"

5:00 Star Trek

6:00 Space: 1999

7:00 Juke-Box

7:30 Wild Kingdom

8:00 Movie "The Matchmaker" (bw)


10:00 Abbott & Costello (bw)

10:30 Movie "Swiss Miss" (bw)

mid. PTL Club

WOuld love to see Weekdays and Sundays if you can - Thanks

I am surprised that given St. Louis had a VHF independent (KPLR-11) back in the late 1970's, it
did not carry the Cardinals, but instead, KSD-5, a network affiliate, did.

On the other hand, the team might only have allowed a limited number of games (all or mostly
away games) to be televised, so a strong network affiliate could be the TV flagship. Certainly, a
network affiliate could have been able to handle a TV package of up to 30 away games, or
perhaps as many as 50 to 60 games if about half of them were home contests.

But if the Cards wanted as many as 100 games a year (approximately 35 home games and about
65 away games) to be locally televised, KPLR (or maybe even UHF indie KDNL-30) would have
gotten the TV deal by default, since none of the network stations would be able to carry that
many games.

You could say that about a few other markets whose local baseball team was carried by a Big
Three network affiliate. I believe the Cardinals were still carrying about 25 games a year on
KSD(K) in the 1970s (by contrast, fellow NBC affiliate and future sister station WLWT in Cincinnati
was doing about 50 Reds games annually until the station gave up the rights in the mid-90s). The
Cards were one of the first teams in MLB to do a package of games on regional cable (on a
couple of unsuccessful occasions) before going full-tilt on what would eventually become Fox
Sports Midwest. The only diference between Cincy and St. Louis is that Cincy never had a VHF
indie, although WXIX had a strong reach carriage-wise beyond the Cincinnati metro area.

By the time the Cards moved to KPLR by the 1988 season, they were doing at least 50 games a
year (maybe more), but when the games moved back to KSDK in 2007, it was back to 20 or so
games a year (almost exclusively on Sundays), with the rest on FS Midwest.

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Re: Retro: St. Louis Sat, July 28, 1979

Quote Originally Posted by Bluenoser

KSD 5-NBC

7:00 Alvin & the Chipmunks

I keep having to point this out: this was reruns of The Alvin Show, which first ran on CBS in
primetime during the '61-'62 season. Alvin and the Chipmunks, an updated series, premiered in
the fall of 1983 on NBC's Saturday morning schedule.

Retro: Chile Tues, July 19, 1966

from Ecran TV

Programs listed in 24-hr clock (0.00-midnight, 13.00-1pm)

Santiago

Canal 9

17.00 Presentacion filmada

17.02 Mundo infantil

17.30 Musica para la gente joven

18.00 Nuestra historia

18.27 Flash infantil

18.32 Flash noticioso


18.33 Telecine

19.02 El llanero solitario (Lone Ranger)

19.30 Voz para el camino

19.53 Flash noticioso

19.55 KO famosos (Famous Knock-Outs)

19.59 Grandes orquestas

20.25 Horoscopo diario

20.30 Pantalla noticiosa

20.45 El show de Lucy (Lucy Show)

21.08 Cuanto sabe usted?

21.10 La hora de Hitchcock (Alfred Hitchcock Presents)

22.06 Flash noticioso

22.08 Futbol internacional (world soccer highlights)

23.10 Flash noticioso

Canal 13

13.56 Almanaque

14.00 Servicio noticioso

14.15 Mientras otros duermen siesta "El menu del dia"

14.46 Teleteatro Ponds

15.13 Educacion rural

15.43 El mama quien manda (Donna Reed)

16.10 Telekinder

16.40 Dick Tracy

16.46 Colorin Colorado


17.32 Biografias

17.58 Rin Tin Tin

18.49 Machitun de la FEUC

19.00 World Cup Soccer: USSR v Italy

21.37 El Litre 4916

22.00 Reporter Esso

22.17 Ben Casey

Valparaiso

Canal 8

14.00 Ruf y Reddy (Ruf & Reddy)

14.10 Grindl

14.35 Mosiaco noticioso

14.45 Entre nosotras "Belleza y consejos femeninos"

15.05 Noticiario UFA

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18.30 Dibujo animado (Cartoon)

18.36 Shindig

18.55 World Cup Soccer: picking up coverage from Canal 13, which Canal 8 was affiliated with

20.30 Letras de hoy

20.45 Teleteatro

21.30 El super agente 86 (Get Smart)

22.00 Reporter Esso

22.15 La hora 11

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07-17-2013, 06:17 PM #2

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Re: Retro: Chile Tues, July 19, 1966

Did Chile's capital city really only have two TV stations as late as 1966? Valpariaso is about 45
miles away, so I guess some viewers could get also get Channel 8.

I see Reporter Esso at 11pm on 8 and 13. I guess Esso (now Exxon) sponsored the newscast and
got their name in the title... sort of like NBC's Camel News Caravan in the 50s, sponsored by the
Camel cigarette company.

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07-18-2013, 01:15 AM #3

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Re: Retro: Chile Tues, July 19, 1966

Quote Originally Posted by Gregg

I see Reporter Esso at 11pm on 8 and 13. I guess Esso (now Exxon) sponsored the newscast and
got their name in the title... sort of like NBC's Camel News Caravan in the 50s, sponsored by the
Camel cigarette company.
Esso also sponsored a national newscast (and I think several local ones, as well) in some regions
of the US during the 1950s, under "Your Esso Reporter".

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Quote Originally Posted by azumanga

Quote Originally Posted by Gregg

I see Reporter Esso at 11pm on 8 and 13. I guess Esso (now Exxon) sponsored the newscast and
got their name in the title... sort of like NBC's Camel News Caravan in the 50s, sponsored by the
Camel cigarette company.

Esso also sponsored a national newscast (and I think several local ones, as well) in some regions
of the US during the 1950s, under "Your Esso Reporter".

...Your Esso Reporter ran in the summer of 1951 on CBS, Thursdays 9:00-9:30 Eastern and Pacific,
but only in the Eastern and Pacific zone areas where Esso was marketed under that brand name.
The Central and Mountain zone markets where Esso wasn't marketed (or where it was sold
under the brand name Enco) got a live production from Hollywood of Meet Corliss Archer; the
cast and crew produced the same episode live the following (Friday) night at 10:00 Eastern/7:00
Pacific for those stations that had taken Your Esso Reporter, while those affiliates that hadn't
apparently ran locally-originated programs or films instead...

King Daevid MacKenzie

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07-18-2013, 03:18 PM #5

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The "Alfred Hitchcock Presents" episodes on Canal (Channel) 9 in Santiago were actually the
hour-long episodes (broadcast in the U.S. as "The Alfred Hitchcock Hour") from 1962 to 1965,
since the title in Spanish is "La Hora De Hitchcock" (although I know very, very little Spanish, I do
know that "Hora" is Spanish for "Hour").

"El Show De Lucy" may well have been "The Lucy Show", which was in production; Canal 9 may
well have been running the most recent (1965/66) episodes. But maybe it was also "I Love Lucy"
reruns (but wouldn't "I Love Lucy" been translated to something like "Amor Lucy"??)

The World Cup Soccer game between Italy and the then-USSR was on tape and shown on a
three-day delay (with a tape flown across the Atlantic). Russia and Italy were in the same group
as Chile during round-robin play; so Canal 9 and it's affiliates likely carried all the early-round
games from that group.

The Early Bird satellite had been launched in 1965; if Chile had an earth station downlink as far
back as 1966, Chile's games and the championship game were probably carried live (or maybe
on a same-day basis).

If Chile had a satellite downlink, it's possible that the soccer highlights show appearing that night
may in fact have been fed by satellite and featured highlights of the games that were played that
day (according to Wikipedia, they were North Korea vs. Italy, Argentina vs. Switzerland, Mexico
vs. Uruguay, and Brazil vs. Portugal). It may have been logistically (there were only a couple of
trans-Atlantic TV satellite circuits then) and/or economically difficult for Canal 9 to carry all of
the games live, so as noted above, if there was a satellite downlink in Chile hooked up to the
nation's TV networks, satellite use would probably have been restricted to games involving Chile,
the finals, and a nightly highlights show.

About Esso, Enco, and Exxon: The name "Exxon" has never been used outside the United States
(indeed, one can still find Esso gasoline stations in Canada and Europe). Enco was not used until
late 1960, and replaced several brand names used by Standard Oil of New Jersey outside the
East Coast (Carter, Oklahoma, Pate, etc.). The name "Humble" formerly used at gas stations in
the Southwest, was used in Ohio(!); while the name "Humble Oil and Refining Company" would
become the name of Jersey Standard's U.S. subsidiary from 1960 until the change to Exxon.

To answer Ultimajock: I don't think Esso was ever used on the West Coast; and the Summer 1951
broadcasts of "Esso Reporter" on CBS would have predated the transcontinental network link by
several months. Maybe the show may have been kinescoped, flown west, and shown there as
"Your Carter Reporter", since I believe the "Carter" name was used in the West until replaced by
Enco.

But I doubt "Esso Reporter" aired on the West Coast for the reasons outlined above.

Maybe someone with access to California TV listings circa Summer 1951 can solve this mystery.

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Quote Originally Posted by Joseph_Gallant


About Esso, Enco, and Exxon: The name "Exxon" has never been used outside the United States
(indeed, one can still find Esso gasoline stations in Canada and Europe).

Around 1996, there was an Exxon station in Windsor, Ontario, that was a former Esso station, at
the corner of Huron Church and Tecumseh (per Google's Street View, it's now a Shell). I believe
at one time, Imperial Oil imported the Exxon name to be used at a few stations, for reasons
unknown.

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Quote Originally Posted by Gregg

Did Chile's capital city really only have two TV stations as late as 1966? Valpariaso is about 45
miles away, so I guess some viewers could get also get Channel 8.

I see Reporter Esso at 11pm on 8 and 13. I guess Esso (now Exxon) sponsored the newscast and
got their name in the title... sort of like NBC's Camel News Caravan in the 50s, sponsored by the
Camel cigarette company.

Canada's capital city only had two reliable English channels and one French as late as 1973,
though cable was available.

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Quote Originally Posted by azumanga

Quote Originally Posted by Joseph_Gallant

About Esso, Enco, and Exxon: The name "Exxon" has never been used outside the United States
(indeed, one can still find Esso gasoline stations in Canada and Europe).

Around 1996, there was an Exxon station in Windsor, Ontario, that was a former Esso station, at
the corner of Huron Church and Tecumseh (per Google's Street View, it's now a Shell). I believe
at one time, Imperial Oil imported the Exxon name to be used at a few stations, for reasons
unknown.

There was a pic on Flickr at one time (not sure if it's still there) of an Exxon in Morrisburg, in
eastern Ontario. And in some older phone books, there may have been one in Edmundston, NB
as well (an Exxon sign was shown in one local station's ads).

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07-19-2013, 07:45 PM #9

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"Esso" was never used on the West Coast - That was the marketing area of Standard Oil of
California-who sold fuel as Chevron-and used S.O. as the name of one of their products. (There
was a TV drama program out west called "Chevron Theater" in the early 50s)

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Quote Originally Posted by Joseph_Gallant

I don't think Esso was ever used on the West Coast; and the Summer 1951 broadcasts of "Esso
Reporter" on CBS would have predated the transcontinental network link by several months.
Maybe the show may have been kinescoped, flown west, and shown there as "Your Carter
Reporter", since I believe the "Carter" name was used in the West until replaced by Enco.

But I doubt "Esso Reporter" aired on the West Coast for the reasons outlined above.

Maybe someone with access to California TV listings circa Summer 1951 can solve this mystery.

...my source was Brooks & Marsh (6th Edition), which specified Your Esso Reporter aired on CBS
in the "East and Far West" regions, and that the same episodes of Meet Corliss Archer were
produced live on consecutive Thursdays and Fridays during the summer of '51...

I believe Exxon originally came up with the name to change all their worldwide brands under
that one name... or at least that was the explanation given when they unveiled the Exxon name.
But it's true, that plan never materialized. I know in Quebec and Ontario, they kept the Esso
name, with the few exceptions mentioned above.

And how stupid am I? Only now did I realize Esso is the phonetic spelling of S.O. meaning
Standard Oil.

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Does anyone recall a fourth pump at Esso stations in the late 1950s?

This would be in addition to the then-recently introduced third pump, their

super high-octane "Golden Esso Extra."

I can't recall the marketing name of the fourth pump, or where it was in the

octane pecking order (higher than "Golden" or perhaps a "cheap" regular).

Probably just to keep the trademark in the company and away from potential poachers. There's
still a solitary Standard Oil gas station in Michigan for the same reason.

I believe the same goes for Chevron, which has at least one Standard station in Florida, Texas and
California (maybe others), to keep the trademark fresh in their Standard territory.

RETRO: Memphis, TN: MONDAY, JULY 22, 1968

I just realized that the July 1968 calendar mirrors July 2013. So, from 45 years ago, same day of
the week, these were local TV broadcasts from Memphis, TN.

WMC-TV 5 (NBC)

MORNING PROGRAMS

06:55 TV Chapel

07:00 The Today Show


07:25 Today Mid-South

07:30 The Today Show

08:25 Today Memphis

08:30 The Today Show

09:00 Snap Judgment

09:30 Concentration

10:00 Personality

10:30 Hollywood Squares

11:00 Jeopardy

11:30 Eye Guess

AFTERNOON PROGRAMS

12:00 Noon News

12:30 Let's Make a Deal

01:00 Days of Our Lives

01:30 The Doctors

02:00 Another World

02:30 You Don't Say

03:00 The Match Game

03:30 Mike Douglas Show

04:30 Merv Griffin

05:30 Huntley-Brinkley

EVENING PROGRAMS

06:00 St. Louis vs. Philadelphia (Baseball)

09:00 I Spy ("Turnabout for Traitors")

10:00 News- N. Brewers


10:20 Sports, Weather

10:30 Tonight Show

12:00 News

12:05 Television Chapel

WREC-TV 3 (CBS)

MORNING PROGRAMS

06:15 Summer Semester

06:55 Above the Clouds

07:00 Good Morning From Memphis

07:55 CBS News

08:25 Captain Kangaroo

09:00 Candid Camera

09:30 Beverly Hillbillies

10:00 Andy of Mayberry

10:30 Dick Van Dyke

11:00 Love of Life

11:30 Search for Tomorrow

11:45 The Guiding Light

AFTERNOON PROGRAMS

12:00 December Bride

12:30 As the World Turns

01:00 Love is a Many Splendored Thing

01:30 House Party


02:00 To Tell the Truth

02:30 The Edge of Night

03:00 The Secret Storm

03:30 The Early Movie ("Yes, My Darling Daughter")

05:00 News, Weather

05:30 Walter Cronkrite

EVENING PROGRAMS

06:00 I Love Lucy

06:30 Gunsmoke ("Mail Drop")

07:30 The Lucy Show

08:00 The Andy Griffith Show

08:30 Family Afair

09:00 Premiere Playhouse

10:00 News

10:20 The Late Movie ("Sea Wolf")

12:00 News, Weather

WHBQ-TV 13 (ABC)

MORNING PROGRAMS

06:55 News

07:00 Cartoon Time

08:00 Milton

08:30 Mr. & Mrs. North

09:00 Topper
09:30 Dick Cavett Show

11:00 Bewitched

11:30 Treasure Isle

AFTERNOON PROGRAMS

12:00 Dream House

12:30 It's Happening

01:00 Newlywed Game

01:30 Dating Game

02:00 General Hospital

02:30 One Life to Live

03:00 Dark Shadows

03:30 Funhouse

04:30 Adventure Time

04:45 News, Weather

05:00 ABC News

05:30 Rawhide

EVENING PROGRAMS

06:30 Cowboy in Africa

07:30 Rat Patrol

08:00 Monday Night Movie ("Viva Zapata")

10:00 The Man from UNCLE

11:00 News, Weather, Sports

11:30 Joey Bishop

01:00 News
WKNO-TV 10 (N.E.T.)

AFTERNOON/EVENING

02:00 Astronomy For You

02:30 All Aboard

03:00 Journey

03:30 The Big Picture

04:00 What's New

04:30 Choice

05:00 Folk Guitar

05:30 Focus on Behavior

06:00 Time to Dance

06:30 What's New

07:00 All Aboard

07:30 Channel 10 Travels

08:00 Face of Sweden

08:30 French Chef

09:00 N.E.T. Journal ("End of a Revolution?" -Che Guevara)

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Being from Memphis, that list brings back a TON of memories for me. "Good Morning From
Memphis" with Russ Hodge, Paul Dorman, and Kitty Kelly. I remember getting home from
elementary school and turning on "Dark Shadows. Heck, I would be happy to turn my TV on right
now and have nothing but these shows on again.

Retro: Portland, OR, Thursday, October 29th, 1987

Source: TV Guide Portland Edition

Channels

2 KATU Portland ABC

6 KOIN Portland CBS

8 KGW Portland NBC

10 KOAP Portland PBS

12 KPTV Portland IND/FOX

15 KCKA Centralia, WA PBS

49 KPDX Portland IND

5AM

6 CBS News Nightwatch Continues

8 Today (again, this was very interesting - taking East Coast feed?)

6AM

2 ABC/Local News

6 Gary Randall
8 NBC News-Deborah Norville

12 Muppet Show

49 Jimmy Swaggart

6:30

6 8 News

12 G.I. Joe

49 Thundercats

7AM

2 Good Morning America

6 CBS News-Faith Daniels

8 Today-Gumbel/Pauley

Scheduled: Carol Burnett.

10 A.M. Weather

12 JEM

49 Dennis the Menace

7:15

10 Contemporary Health Issues

7:30

6 Morning Program-Hartley/Smith

Scheduled: David Frost, Art Buchwald.

12 Ramblin Rod
49 Scooby Doo

7:45

10 A.M. Weather (repeat from 7AM?)

8AM

10 Zoobilee Zoo

49 Bionic Six

8:30

10 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

12 My Little Pony 'N Friends

15 Sesame Street

49 Beverly Hills Teens

9AM

2 AM Northwest

Scheduled: Authors Phyllis Jackson Stegall ["Boomerang Kids"] and Thomas Tryon ["All That
Glitters"]. Also: holiday fashions; Halloween-party tips.

6 Wil Shriner

Joanna Kerns ["Growing Pains"]; Ken Kercheval ["Dallas"].

8 Sale of the Century

10 Sesame Street

12 Brady Bunch

49 Andy Griffith BW
9:30

8 Classic Concentration

12 I Dream of Jeannie

49 Dick Van Dyke BW

10AM

2 Who's The Boss?

Samantha takes a job as Angela's girl Friday, but can't wait to mess up.

6 The Price is Right [I think Bob just dyed his hair gray by this time, I forgot which day however...]

8 Wheel of Fortune

10 Captain Kangaroo

12 Scarecrow and Mrs. King

49 Movie

"Heroes." [1977] Henry Winkler portrays a troubled Vietnam veteran who falls in love with an
eccentric soul mate [Sally Field] en route from New York to California. Harrison Ford.

10:30

2 Mr. Belvedere

When Wesley's accordion teacher dies, Wesley [Brice Beckham] blames himself.

8 On the Spot [local KGW-TV game show]

10 Ken Hom's Chinese Cooking

15 What is Degrassi Jr. High?

11AM

2 Ryan's Hope

6 Young and the Restless


8 Super Password

Scheduled: Dick Martin; Betty White.

10 Modern Maturity

12 Rockford Files

15 Family Classics

11:30

2 Loving

8 Scrabble

10 This Old House

15 Sesame Street

Noon

2 Divorce Court

6 News

8 High Rollers

10 Oil

12 Perry Mason BW

49 Richard Simmons Slim Cooking

12:30

2 Superior Court

8 Sally Jessy Raphael [30 min]

15 What is Degrassi Jr. High?

49 Getting in Touch with Dr. David Viscott


The psychiatrist discusses the importance of communication in relationships.

1PM

2 One Life to Live

6 As the World Turns

8 Another World

12 Movie

"A Kiss Before Dying." [1956] Well-acted story of a young fortune hunter who commits two
murders in an efort to marry into a rich family.

49 Quincy

1:30

10 G.E.D.

2PM

2 General Hospital

6 Guiding Light

8 Santa Barbara

10 Active Parenting

49 700 Club

2:30

10 Project Universe

15 What is Degrassi Jr. High? [three times now!]

3PM
2 All My Children

6 Geraldo

8 Days of Our Lives

10 Business of Management

12 Flintstones

15 Modern Maturity

49 Adventures of Teddy Ruxpin

3:30

10 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

12 Smurfs' Adventures

15 Calligraphy with Ken Brown

49 Ghostbusters

4PM

2 Oprah Winfrey

6 Love Connection

8 Phil Donahue

10 Sesame Street

12 Real Ghostbusters

15 Homework Hotline

49 Dinosaucers

4:30

6 People's Court
12 DuckTales

49 The Jetsons

5PM

2 6 8 News

10 Square One Television

Mr. Blotter's birthday gifts illustrate the concept of percent.

12 Little House on the Prairie

Laura [Melissa Gilbert] investigates a scary old house reputedly occupied by a maniac [John
Anderson].

15 Sesame Street

49 Happy Days

The boys stage a late-night protest against a 10PM curfew.

5:30

10 3-2-1 Contact

Topic: kitchen designs.

49 Gimme a Break!

Thinking she's hired celebrity lookalikes for a club benefit, Nell isn't ready to believe it when the
real Sammy Davis Jr. shows up.

6PM

2 ABC News-Peter Jennings

6 CBS News-Dan Rather

8 NBC News-Tom Brokaw

10 Rod & Reel Streamside


Angling for walleye in Hay Bay, Ontario.

12 Family Ties

Cramming for finals, Alex resorts to amphetamines, which put him in a frenzy that he claims is
his "natural boyish exuberance."

[Wouldn't be surprised if that was a "very special episode"...]

15 Nightly Business Report

Commentator: Arthur Lafer.

49 Facts of Life

Jo [Nancy McKeon] becomes a float queen and something of a school favorite.

6:30

2 News

6 M*A*S*H

An immigrant marine [Stan Wells] needs a compassionate discharge.

8 On the Spot

10 Nightly Business Report

See 6PM KCKA.

12 Three's Company

Jack [John Ritter] falls for a girl whose brother is an overprotective gym teacher.

15 This Old House

Pouring the foundation for the kitchen wing.

49 Facts of Life

Blair finds her relationship with Clif threatened by a movie star [Robyn Bernard] who's enrolled
at Langley. Clif: Woody Brown.

7PM
2 Win, Lose or Draw

Loni Anderson, Dom DeLuise, Loma Luft, Martha Raye, Burt Reynolds.

6 Wheel of Fortune

8 Entertainment Tonight

Scheduled: Joan Collins. Also: a report on Las Vegas concludes with a talk with Dean Martin.

10 MacNeil, Lehrer NewsHour

12 Cheers

A frustrated Diane leaves Cheers in search of a more fulfilling career; and as a liberated Norm is
on the prowl after splitting up with Vera.

15 Wild America

An examination of reptiles, descendants of the dinosaur, which thrive in a variety of habitats.

49 Magnum P.I.

A girl is dead, Robin's car is smashed and Magnum is in the hospital-with amnesia. Tom Selleck.

7:30

2 Hollywood Squares

Shadoe Stevens, Teri Copley, JM J. Bullock, Robert Guillaume, Edie McClurg.

6 Jeopardy!

8 PM Magazine

A Jantzen Beach haunted house, 8-year-old deejay "Little Ricky Rocko"; Tom Selleck.

12 Newlywed Game

15 Degrassi Junior High

When Caitlin [Stacie Mistysyn] hears rumors that her favorite teacher [Michelle Goodeve] is gay,
she begins to question her own sexuality.

8PM
2 Sledge Hammer!

An incident atop a high-rise building triggers a fear of heights in Hammer [David Rasche] which
gets him a ground-floor assignment guarding a gun moll [Deborah Harmon] who meets with a
sudden demise after Hammer is unable to save her. Leslie Norris.

6 Tour of Duty

Goldman [Stephen Cafrey] may have a mutiny on his hands when several NVA ambushes
suggest that someone is supplying patrol routes to the enemy. Meanwhile, Horn [Joshua
Maurer] gets a closer look at Buddhism.

8 Cosby Show

When Theo [Malcolm Jamal-Warner] has a brush with the law, Clif and Clair [Bill Cosby, Phylicia
Rashad] turn their anger on one another.

10 Nature of Things

Examined: how the Niagara River's limestone escarpment afects plant and animal life.

12 Movie

"The Canterville Ghost." [Made for TV; 1986] Oscar Wilde's tale stars John Gielgud as a
cantankerous 300-year-old spirit who tries to scare his American descendants out of their wits-
and out of his castle. Alyssa Milano.

15 Mystery!

See 9PM.

49 Movie

"Halloween." [1978] John Carpenter directed this popular suspense melodrama about a prison
fugitive who terrorizes his home town. Donald Pleasence, Jamie Lee Curtis.

8:30

2 Charmings

Thomas [Brandon Call] is embarrassed by his charming family when they throw a Halloween
bash and invite his sixth-grade girlfriend. Carol Huston.

8 A Diferent World

Whitley [Jasmine Guy] claims that women can't succeed at both career and family, so Denise and
Maggie [Lisa Bonet, Marisa Tomei] battle it out against her in a debate.

9PM

2 Movie

Clint Eastwood in "Tightrope" [1984].

6 Wiseguy

A couple of cops on the Steelgrave payroll spot Vinnie [Ken Wahl] with McPike [Jonathan Banks],
which may make Vinnie's formal invitation to join the family a dead issue.

8 Cheers

As Frasier's relationship with Judith [Bebe Neuwirth] fizzles, the guys convince him that Rebecca
[Kirstie Alley] is warm for his form. Meanwhile, Rebecca replaces Sam's picture on the wall with
one of Robert Urich. Frasier: Kelsey Grammer. Sam: Ted Danson. Clif: John Ratzenberger.

10 Mystery!

In Part 2 of "Have His Carcase," Harriet Vane [Harriet Walter] talks to the other professional
dancers at the hotel, while Lord Peter [Edward Petherbridge] traces the route of the razor.
Bunter: Richard Morant.

15 Upstairs, Downstairs

The war comes home to the Bellamy household when Rose [Jean Marsh] and Hazel [Meg Wynn
Owen] receive bad news.

9:30

8 Night Court

A practical court puts Harry [Harry Anderson] in a Halloween predicament: locked in a safe with
his life flashing before him. And Dan [John Larroquette] has problems of his own after he sells his
soul to the Devil [Zale Kessler]. Art: Mike Finneran.

10PM

6 Knots Landing

Life's precious moments take on new meaning for Laura [Constance McCashin], who stops to
smell the roses; Sumner [William Devane] refuses to accept the truth; and Lotus Point gears up
for a farewell party.

8 L.A. Law

Kelsey [Jill Eikenberry] calls in outside counsel when an ethical dilemma prevents her from
exposing a confessed killer; Sifuentes [Jimmy Smits] gets steamed when a manipulative
opponent loses sight of a client's interests; and talk of marriage and commitment puts a damper
on Becker's romance.

10 Masterpiece Theatre

12 News

15 Nightly Business Report

49 Chuck Knox: Football

Reviewed: Seattle-Los Angeles Raiders.

10:30

15 Innovation

Examined: devices designed to aid the hearing-impaired, including a machine that allows
communication by telephone.

49 Matchmaker

11PM

2 6 8 News

10 Adams Chronicles

John Adams reluctantly becomes the Nation's first Vice President and finds himself caught in a
political feud between rivals Thomas Jeferson and Alexander Hamilton. John: George Grizzard.
Jeferson: Albert Stratton.

12 Late Show

49 Dating Game
11:30

2 Nightline

6 Night Heat

A rape victim tries to convince the authorities that her paroled assailant is responsible for a rash
of recent murders. Scott Hylands.

8 Tonight Show

Guest host Jay Leno. Mary Hart ["Entertainment Tonight"]. Doc Severinsen.

49 Movie

"The Night the City Screamed." [Made for TV, 1980] Rampant crime adds to the pandemonium
caused by a power blackout. Raymond Burr, Georg Stanford Brown.

Midnight

2 Kojak

12 Barney Miller

12:30

8 Late Night with David Letterman

Scheduled: Actor Harry Anderson ["Night Court"], Cajun chef Justin Wilson.

12 Benny Hill

12:40

6 Movie

"Arch of Triumph." Eric Maria Remarque's tale of romance and revenge in Paris on the eve of
World War II. Waris Hussein directed this 1985 TV-remake. Anthony Hopkins.

1AM

2 News
12 Carson's Comedy Classics

1:30

8 News

49 INN News

2AM

6 CBS News Nightwatch

49 Movie

"The Outsider." [1967] Pilot film for the TV series. Private eye David Ross [Darren McGavin] is
pegged as the chief suspect in an embezzler's murder. Sean Garrison, Nancy Malone.

4AM

6 CBS News Nightwatch Continues

49 Movie

"Mission: Monte Carlo." [1981] Feature re-edited from 1971's TV series "The Persuaders," with
Tony Curtis and Roger Moore as trouble-shooters chasing gold smugglers in southern France.

-crainbebo

734 AM's in the log, 554 FMs (250 from Western WA), That's a DXer!

FM, AM and SW DXer of Yakima, WA! God Bless America!

Last New FM Log: 90.7 XHTIM-BCN, 95.9 KFSH-CA, 95.1 KBBY-CA and 88.3 KAXL-CA; 6/8/17 E-
skip

Last New AM Log: KUKI-1400 Ukiah, CA 3/26/17

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Re: Retro: Portland, OR, Thursday, October 29th, 1987

Well, growing up in Portland and viewing that schedule really bring back a lots of memories.

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Re: Retro: Portland, OR, Thursday, October 29th, 1987

6:30, except for KATU was a dead spot for local news, apparently.

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Re: Retro: Portland, OR, Thursday, October 29th, 1987

15 What is Degrassi Jr. High? [three times now!]

Is that the title of the listing (perhaps a documentary of the show) or an innocent question
bridged with the regular title "Degrassi Junior High"? (And if the latter, 15 actually ran the show
four times on this day with the 7:30 PM airing.)

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KCKA aired the "title" of the listing, "What is Degrassi Jr. High?" Probably some type of preview
show related to the Degrassi series.

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Retro: St. Louis Mon, July 30, 1979


By request, from TV Guide-St. Louis edition

KTVI 2-ABC

6:00 Romper Room

6:30 Jef's Collie (Lassie)

7:00 Good Morning America

9:00 Phil Donahue (author Dr. Barry Commoner discusses the energy crisis)

10:00 Laverne & Shirley

10:30 Family Feud

11:00 All My Children

noon News

12:30 Ryan's Hope

1:00 One Life to Live

2:00 General Hospital

3:00 Movie "Tony Rome"

5:00 News

5:30 ABC World News Tonight

6:00 News

6:30 Bowling for Dollars

7:00 Baseball: Chicago Cubs-Philadelphia or Baltimore-Milwaukee (I'm guessing St. Louis picked
up the Brewers game, but given the Cards played the Phillies on the weekend, I wouldn't bet the
farm on it )

10:00 News

10:30 Mary Tyler Moore

11:00 Police Story

1:10 Movie "Journey Into Midnight"


2:50 Expression

KMOX 4-CBS

5:50 News

6:00 PS 4 (Marian E. Cotter)

6:30 Summer Semester (lure of suburbia)

7:00 Monday Morning

8:00 Captain Kangaroo

9:00 All in the Family

9:30 Whew!

9:55 CBS News

10:00 Price is Right

11:00 Love of Life

11:30 Search for Tomorrow

noon Young & the Restless

12:30 As the World Turns

1:30 Guiding Light

2:30 M*A*S*H

3:00 Mike Douglas (co-host Eddie Money/guests include Ruth Buzzi)

4:00 Dinah! (guests Bonnie Raitt, Jackson Browne, and the Doobie Brothers)

5:00 News

5:30 CBS Evening News

6:00 News

6:30 $1.98 Beauty Show (judges Bill Hayes, Susan Seaforth Hayes, and Carl Ballantine)

7:00 White Shadow


8:00 M*A*S*H

8:30 WKRP in Cincinnati

9:00 Lou Grant

10:00 News

10:30 Rockford Files

11:40 Movie "To Please a Lady" (bw)

1:30 People Speak "You-and the US Illness" (guest Washington University psychologist Ira J.
Harnish)/"The Energy Crisis: the Illness or a Symptom?" (guest Post-Dispatch contributing editor
Evarts A. Graham)

3:45 News

KSD 5-NBC

6:30 Focus on Your World "Identity and Conflict"

7:00 Today (guests include NY Democratic Sen. Elizabeth Holtzman)

9:00 Card Sharks

9:30 All Star Secrets

10:00 High Rollers

10:30 Wheel of Fortune

11:00 Password

11:30 Mid-Day AM (Clif St. James)

noon News

12:30 Days of Our Lives

1:30 Doctors

2:00 Another World

3:30 Hollywood Squares (I've seen promos on the weekend that indicate that Quebec's V
network, which already runs versions of Match Game and Family Feud, is adding the Squares to
their sked this fall under the title Tic-Tac Show; the ads show clips from the most recent syndied
version in the US)

4:00 Bonanza

5:00 News

5:30 NBC Nightly News

6:00 News

6:30 Newsbeat (Ford/Auble)

7:00 Little House on the Prairie

8:00 Movie "The Rain People"

10:00 News

10:30 Tonight Show (Bill Cosby subs for Johnny)

mid. Tomorrow (getting along without working)

1:00 Newsbeat

KETC 9-PBS

Programs may be pre-empted for SALT II Hearing coverage

7:00 Lilias, Yoga & You

7:30 Sesame Street

8:30 Letter People

9:00 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

9:30 Electric Company

10:00 Vegetable Soup

10:30 Dick Cavett

11:00 French Chef

11:30 Sesame Street

12:30 Lowell Thomas Remembers


1:00 Over Easy

1:30 Kup's Show

2:30 Here's to Your Health

3:00 Sesame Street

4:00 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

4:30 Electric Company

5:00 Sesame Street

6:00 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

6:30 MacNeil-Lehrer Report

7:00 Bill Moyers' Journal (highlights from the season)

8:00 La Traviata

10:30 Pro Soccer

11:30 Captioned ABC News

KPLR 11-Ind

6:00 Newswatch: Dateline

6:30 Lone Ranger (bw)

7:00 Speed Racer

7:30 Battle of the Planets

8:00 Valley of the Dinosaurs

8:30 Gilligan's Island

9:00 Bewitched

9:30 $20,000 Pyramid

10:00 Bedtime Stories

10:30 Gomer Pyle, USMC


11:00 I Love Lucy (bw)

11:30 F-Troop

noon Lassie

12:30 Movie "Stowaway to the Moon" (listed as BW, but this is from 1975 ???)

2:30 Krofft Super Stars

3:00 Jetsons

3:30 Fred Flintstone & Friends

4:00 Emergency!

5:00 Bionic Woman

6:00 Gong Show (judges Jaye P. Morgan, Arte Johnson, and Barbara McNair)

6:30 Hogan's Heroes

7:00 Spartacade '79 (aired M/W/F that week; Tu/Th-Gunsmoke at 7, Tic Tac Dough at 8:00)

8:30 Cross-Wits

9:00 Joker's Wild

9:30 News

10:00 Make Me Laugh (celeb contestant Soupy Sales gets tested by Kip Addotta, Bob de Simone,
and Gary Muledeer)

10:30 Movie "Of Limits" (bw)

12:20 News

12:50 Movie "Sherlock Holmes and the Spider Woman" (bw)

2:10 Not for Women Only (authors Philip Zimbardo and Ari Kiev discuss shyness)

2:40 Continuous Weather

KDNL 30-Ind

6:30 New Zoo Revue

7:00 Flipper
7:30 Sergeant Preston (bw)

8:00 Popeye

8:30 PTL Club

9:30 Financial Reports

10:00 Public Afairs

10:30 700 Club

noon Bullwinkle

12:30 My Three Sons

1:00 and 1:30 Beverly Hillbillies (bw)

2:00 Monkees

2:30 Casper & Friends

3:00 Brady Kids

3:30 Batman

4:00 Munsters (bw)

4:30 Leave It to Beaver (bw)

5:00 My Three Sons

5:30 Dating Game

6:00 Odd Couple

6:30 Newlywed Game

7:00 Upstairs, Downstairs

8:00 Movie "Promise Her Anything"

10:00 Sanford & Son

10:30 Adam-12

11:00 Rifleman (bw)

11:30 700 Club


Retro: St. Louis Sun, July 29, 1979

By request, from TV Guide-St. Louis edition

KTVI 2-ABC

6:45 Directions (1978 report on Northern Ireland's Community of the Peace People)

7:15 God's Musical World

7:45 Message of the Rabbi

8:00 Sacred Heart

8:15 Catholic Mass (Rev. Paul G. Sutter of St. Anthony Parish, Sullivan MO)

9:00 Oral Roberts

9:30 Day of Discovery

10:00 Robert Schuller

11:00 Issues & Answers

11:30 Expression

noon Perception

12:30 Face to Face

1:00 Partridge Family

1:30 NASL Soccer: Los Angeles-Washington

3:30 ABC Wide World of Sports "End of an Era: A Farewell Tribute to Muhammad Ali"/National
Championship Sprint Car Racing/World Acrobatic Diving Championships

5:00 Film

5:30 ABC World News Sunday

6:00 Hardy Boys

7:00 Salvage 1

8:00 Movie "Serpico"


10:30 One to One (Julie Andrews hosts a World Vision fundraiser with guests Janet Lynn, the
Muppets, and the Korean Children's Choir)

11:30 News

mid. Movie "The Boston Strangler"

2:15 ABC News

2:30 Movie "Where Can I Play?"

KMOX 4-CBS

5:50 News

6:00 For Our Times

6:30 People Speak "Gasohol: Solution or Delusion?" (Wheatley; guests include ethyl-alcohol
company prez Richard Burkel and Automobile Club of Missouri director of automobile and
membership services Francis Oldham)

8:00 CBS News Sunday Morning

9:30 Confluence "Parenting for Peace and Justice" (guests include Unification Church national
missions co-ordinator Robert Sullivan and University of Missouri phys-ed dept. chair Dr. Dennis
O'Fallon)

10:30 Face the Nation

11:00 Eye on St. Louis (Chase)

11:30 Children Bearing Children

noon Movie "Adventures of Mark Twain" (bw)

2:30 Sports Attic (Bolen)

3:00 CBS Sports Spectacular: Celebrity Of-Road Race/Professional Underwater Sportsman's


Competition/National AAU Indoor Diving Championships

5:00 CBS Evening News

5:30 News

6:00 60 Minutes (profile of Mikhail Baryshnikov/a workfare program in NJ/highlights of a 27,000


mi yacht race)
7:00 All in the Family

7:30 One Day at a Time

8:00 Alice

8:30 Jefersons

9:00 Kaz (return)

10:00 CBS News

10:15 News

10:45 Movie "Dogpound Shuffle"

12:05 Movie "Faithful in My Fashion" (bw)

KSD 5-NBC

6:30 Gospel Singing Jubilee (performers include the Florida Boys, the Inspirations, the Lewis
Family, and the Fowlers)

7:30 Lester Family

8:00 Insight

8:30 This is the Life

9:00 Villa Alegre

9:30 Corky's Colorama

10:00 Information 5 (John Roedel; discussing stress with Dr. Carl Dermsmeyer of the Collinsville
(IL) Counseling Service and moving company organizational development manager Margot
Dershan/RAVEN (Rape & Violence End Now) co-ordinator Craig Norbert ofers info to help men
who are violent towards women)

10:30 What's Happening

11:00 America's Black Forum

11:30 Meet the Press

noon Dugout

12:30 Baseball: St. Louis-Philadelphia


3:15 Baseball Scoreboard

3:30 SportsWorld

4:30 Hee Haw Honeys

5:00 Consumer Buyline

5:30 News

6:00 Wonderful World of Disney "My Dog, the Thief" (conclusion; first aired in 1969)

7:00 Movie "A Fire in the Sky" (Phoenix is ground-zero for a possible comet hit)

10:00 News

10:30 King (pt 2)

12:30 America's Black Forum

KETC 9-PBS

8:00 and 9:00 Sesame Street

10:00 Zoom

10:30 Long Search (looks at Zen Buddhism)

11:30 America After Vietnam

noon Royal Heritage

1:00 Nova "The Keys to Paradise" (looks at enkephalins, substances produced in the brain that
could be used to stop pain)

2:00 Ascent of Man

3:00 Opera Theater "The Italian Straw Hat"

5:00 Advocates (from May: a debate on a moratorium on building nuclear power plants)

6:00 Austin City Limits

7:00 Evening at Pops (guest Angel Romero)

8:00 Masterpiece Theatre "I, Claudius" Pt 8

9:00 Nova (replay from 1pm)


10:00 Two Ronnies

10:30 Second City Television

11:00 Sneak Previews

KPLR 11-Ind

5:30 Newswatch: Dateline

6:00 For Our Times

6:30 Rev. Cleophus Robinson

7:00 Jerry Falwell

8:00 Flintstones

8:30 Gilligan's Island

9:00 Tarzan

10:00 Emergency One!

11:00 Wrestling

noon Movie "Circus World"

2:55 Movie "The Greatest Show on Earth"

6:00 Spartacade '79

7:30 That (Good Ole) Nashville Music (guests Bobby Bare, Reba McEntire, Roy Head, and Johnny
Gimble)

8:00 Lawrence Welk (memorable Broadway musical songs)

9:00 News

9:30 Think About Tomorrow

10:00 James Robison Presents

10:30 Phone Power "Alternatives to Nuclear Power" (live phone-in)

mid. David Susskind "Buying a Home-A Fading American Dream"

2:00 Rev. Cleophus Robinson


KDNL 30-Ind

7:00 Christ is the Answer

7:30 Day of Discovery

8:00 Tony the Pony

8:30 Jimmy Swaggart

9:00 Kenneth Copeland

10:00 Movie "Cowboy"

noon Movie "Anatomy of a Murder" (bw)

3:00 Movie "Battle of the Bulge"

6:00 The King is Coming

6:30 Jerry Falwell

7:30 700 Club

9:00 Ernest Angley

10:00 Rex Humbard

11:00 Listen

11:30 Living Word

mid. Public Afairs

KMOX though a CBS O & O is preempting the Sunday Morning cartoons, What's New Mr Magoo
and Skatebirds which were reruns of Saturday morning cartoons CBS had in the 77-78 season.
WOnder if this was just missing from listings or that they just did not run it. Its unusual for an O
& O not to run a network ofering. Also missing from Channel 2 was Kids Are People Too and
Animals Animals Animals. KTVI though was an affiliate so I can see them preempting ABC Sunday
kids shows. Still ABC affiliates mostly ran ABC Sunday shows far more than CBS Affiliates ran CBS
SUnday cartoons and Kids Shows.

No typo for KMOX...People Speak was listed as 90 minutes...

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Re: Retro: St. Louis Sun, July 29, 1979

A number of ABC affiliates ran "Kids Are People Too" and/or

"Animals Animals Animals" in the 7-8 AM (ET) slot on Saturday.

Did Channel 2 carry either between 6 and 7 AM (CT)?

I grew up in a neighboring market, and I have no specific memory of Channel 4 clearing the CBS
Sunday morning cartoons in the late '70s or '80s. Beginning at some point in the early '80s,
Channel 4 even started bumping 30 minutes of the CBS Saturday morning cartoons to air "D.B.'s
Delight."

Nope...station signed on at 6:30 with World of Ideas.

Retro: Oklahoma Monday, July 23, 1979

From TV Guide, Oklahoma State Edition:

KTEW (KJRH) Ch. 2 Tulsa (NBC)

6:40 News

7 AM Today

9 AM Donahue (guest: Rick Nelson)


10 AM High Rollers

10:30 Wheel Of Fortune

11 AM Password Plus (Linda Kaye Henning, Dick Martin)

11:30 News

12 N Days Of Our Lives

1 PM The Doctors

1:30 Another World

3 PM Movie: "Diary Of A Mad Housewife"

5 PM Tom And Jerry

5:30 News

6 PM NBC News (John Chancellor/David Brinkley)

6:30 Tic Tac Dough

7 PM Little House On The Prairie

8 PM NBC Movie: "Anne Of The Thousand Days"

10 PM News

10:30 Tonight Show (Sammy Davis Jr. subs for Johnny;

Robert Conrad, Richard Dawson, Willie Tyler and Lester)

12 M Tomorrow (Ernest Angley)

1 AM News

1:30 American Religious Town Hall

KOET Ch. 3 Eufaula/KOED Ch. 11 Tulsa/KWET Ch. 12 Cheyenne/

KETA Ch. 13 Oklahoma City (PBS)

PBS stations may carry the SALT II Senate committee hearings.


7:15 A.M. Weather

7:30 Lilias, Yoga And You

8 AM Sesame Street

9 AM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

9:30 Previn And The Pittsburgh (Andre Previn conducts the Pittsburgh

Symphony and the Menelssohn Choir of Pittsburgh in Brahms'

"German Requiem.")

11 AM Sesame Street

12 N Oklahoma Gardening

12:30 Hocking Valley Bluegrass

1 PM Over Easy (guest: John Kenneth Galbraith on economic trends;

eye disorders)

1:30 Big Blue Marble

2 PM Lilias, Yoga And You

2:30 Villa Alegre

3 PM Sesame Street

4 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

4:30 Electric Company

5 PM Studio See

5:30 Over Easy (rerun from 1 PM)

6 PM MacNeil/Lehrer Report

6:30 Oklahoma Report

7 PM Bill Moyers' Journal (Texas naturalist-writer John Graves talks

about his feelings for the land and why he returned to Texas

in 1959 after traveling around the world.)


7:30 Diplomatic Style Of Andrew Young (Jimmy Carter's ambassador

to the UN)

8 PM James Michener's World (a visit to the Holy Land)

9 PM Poldark (Part 4)

10 PM Dick Cavett (first of two with 87-year-old sailor Joe Emmerz,

who discusses his 67-year nautical career)

10:30 Marty Robbins' Spotlight (featured guest: Ray Price; also: Bill

Anderson and Darrell McCall)

sign of 11 PM

KFDX Ch. 3 Wichita Falls, TX (NBC)

6:30 RFD 3

7 AM Today

9 AM Card Sharks

9:30 All Star Secrets (David Huddleston, Eva Gabor, Arnold Schwarzenegger,

Barbara Feldon, David Landsberg)

10 AM High Rollers

10:30 Wheel Of Fortune

11 AM Password Plus

11:30 Hollywood Squares (Jim Davis, Patrick Dufy, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman,

Steve Kanaly, Ken Kercheval, Victoria Principal, Charlene Tilton, Paul

Lynde)

12 N News

12:25 Focus
12:30 Days Of Our Lives

1:30 The Doctors

2 PM Another World

3:30 Ironside

4:30 Gunsmoke

5:30 NBC News

6 PM News

6:30 Odd Couple (guest: Roy Clark)

7 PM Little House On The Prairie

8 PM NBC Movie: "Anne Of The Thousand Days"

10 PM News

10:30 Tonight Show

12 M Tomorrow

KTVY (KFOR) Ch. 4 Oklahoma City (NBC)

6 AM Petticoat Junction

6:30 Farm News And Weather

7 AM Today

9 AM Mike Douglas (co-host Eddie Money; Ruth Buzzi)

10 AM High Rollers

10:30 Wheel Of Fortune

11 AM Password Plus

11:30 Dannysday (Danny Williams/Mary Hart (later of "ET" fame))

12 N News
12:30 Days Of Our Lives

1:30 The Doctors

2 PM Another World

3:30 Tom & Jerry And Friends

4 PM Brady Bunch

4:30 Lone Ranger

5 PM Superman

5:30 NBC News

6 PM News

6:30 Family Feud

7 PM Little House On The Prairie

8 PM NBC Movie: "Anne Of The Thousand Days"

10 PM News

10:30 Tonight Show

12 M Tomorrow

1 AM Tonight In Oklahoma

1:05 Ironside

KOCO 5 Alive Oklahoma City (ABC)

5:50 Bulletin Board

5:55 Down To Earth

6 AM PTL Club

7 AM Good Morning America (David Cassidy, Kay Lenz)

9 AM Donahue (Dr. Barry Commoner discusses the energy crisis.)


10 AM Laverne & Shirley

10:30 Family Feud

11 AM All My Children (delay from 12 N)

12 N News

12:30 Ryan's Hope (delay from 11:30 AM)

1 PM One Life To Live

2 PM General Hospital

3 PM Edge Of Night

3:30 Gilligan's Island

4 PM Six Million Dollar Man

5 PM ABC World News Tonight

5:30 News

6 PM Joker's Wild

6:30 Hollywood Squares (Hal Linden, Francine Tacker, George

Gobel, Laurette Spang, Mackenzie Phillips, Dick Van Patten,

Vikki Carr, Robert Hays, Paul Lynde)

7 PM Baseball: Angels-Red Sox or Royals-Rangers

10 PM News (time approximate)

10:30 Carol Burnett And Friends (guest: Bernadette Peters)

11 PM Police Story (delay from 10:30 PM)

sign of 1:10 AM

KOTV Ch. 6 Tulsa (CBS)

6:20 Early Morning Show


6:30 Morning With Bob Schiefer

7:30 Tulsa Morning

8 AM Captain Kangaroo

9 AM All In The Family

9:30 Whew!

9:55 Cofee Break

10 AM Price Is Right

11 AM Young And The Restless

11:30 Search For Tomorrow

12 N News

12:30 As The World Turns

1:30 Guiding Light

2:30 M*A*S*H

3 PM Dinah! (a salute to "M*A*S*H" with Alan Alda, Mike Farrell,

Harry Morgan, Loretta Swit, Gary Burghof, Jamie Farr, David

Ogden Stiers, and William Christopher)

4 PM Bonanza

5 PM News

6 PM CBS News (Walter Cronkite)

6:30 Family Afair

7 PM The Body Human ("The Vital Connection" estimates that the

human brain contains 10 trillion junctures where electrical

impulses pass between cells, and without them the body cannot

function. Part of the program shows what happens when this "wiring"

short-circuits.)
8 PM M*A*S*H

8:30 WKRP In Cincinnati

9 PM Lou Grant

10 PM News

10:30 Rockford Files

11:40 CBS Movie: "Battle Circus"

1:30 News

2 AM Early Morning Show

KAUZ Ch. 6 Wichita Falls, TX (CBS)

6 AM PTL Club

7 AM Morning With Bob Schiefer

8 AM Captain Kangaroo

9 AM Bewitched

9:30 Whew!

9:55 CBS News (Douglas Edwards)

10 AM Price Is Right

11 AM Young And The Restless

11:30 Search For Tomorrow

12 N News

12:25 Community Notebook

12:30 As The World Turns

1:30 Guiding Light

2:30 M*A*S*H
3 PM Love Of Life

3:30 Joker's Wild

4 PM Gilligan's Island

4:30 Bonanza

5:30 CBS News

6 PM News

6:30 Cross-Wits (Soupy Sales, Dionne Warwick, Norman

Fell, Madlyn Rhue)

7 PM The Body Human

8 PM M*A*S*H

8:30 WKRP In Cincinnati

9 PM Lou Grant

10 PM News

10:30 Rockford Files

11:40 CBS Movie: "Battle Circus"

KSWO Ch. 7 Lawton, OK (ABC)

6:30 Not For Women Only

7 AM Good Morning America

9 AM Donahue (topic: prescription-drug addiction among women)

10 AM Laverne & Shirley

10:30 Family Feud

11 AM $20,000 Pyramid (Adrienne Barbeau, Bill Cullen)

11:30 Ryan's Hope


12 N All My Children

1 PM One Life To Live

2 PM General Hospital

3 PM Edge Of Night

3:30 Merv Griffin (models Barbara Minty, Lisa Cooper, Janet Johnson,

Ted McGinley, and Bart Turner; models' agent Nina Blanchard)

5 PM ABC World News Tonight

5:30 Dating Game

6 PM News

6:30 Newlywed Game

7 PM Baseball: Angels-Red Sox or Royals-Rangers

10 PM News (time approximate)

10:30 Police Story

12:40 Hee Haw Honeys

KTUL Ch. 8 Tulsa (ABC)

5:30 Green Country Morning

7 AM Good Morning America

9 AM Big Valley

10 AM Laverne & Shirley

10:30 Family Feud

11 AM $20,000 Pyramid

11:30 Ryan's Hope

12 N All My Children
1 PM One Life To Live

2 PM General Hospital

3 PM Edge Of Night

3:30 Doctor Ding's Cartoon Lab

4 PM Little Rascals

4:30 Andy Griffith

5 PM ABC World News Tonight

5:30 News

6:30 Beverly Hillbillies

7 PM Baseball: Angels-Red Sox or Royals-Rangers

10 PM News (time approximate)

10:30 Gunsmoke

11:30 Police Story

KVIJ Ch. 8 Sayre, OK (ABC)

satellite of KVII/7 Amarillo, TX and no longer on the air

6:15 English Kindergarten

6:30 News And Farm Report

7 AM Good Morning America

9 AM Mike Douglas (co-host Dick Van Patten; John Forsythe,

singer Thelma Houston, Jane Kean of "The Honeymooners")

10 AM Laverne & Shirley

10:30 Family Feud

11 AM $20,000 Pyramid
11:30 Joker's Wild

12 N News

12:30 Cross-Wits

1 PM One Life To Live

2 PM General Hospital

3 PM Edge Of Night

3:30 Bugs Bunny And Friends

4:30 Brady Bunch

5 PM Mary Tyler Moore

5:30 ABC World News Tonight

6 PM News

6:30 Tic Tac Dough

7 PM Baseball: Angels-Red Sox or Royals-Rangers

10 PM News (time approximate)

10:45 The Virginian

12:15 Police Story

KWTV Ch. 9 Oklahoma City (CBS)

6 AM Morning With Bob Schiefer

7 AM Morning Farm Report

7:15 Morning Cartoons

7:30 Beverly Hillbillies

8 AM Captain Kangaroo

9 AM All In The Family


9:30 Whew!

9:55 CBS News

10 AM Price Is Right

11 AM Young And The Restless

11:30 Midday

12:20 Midday Farm Report

12:30 As The World Turns

1:30 Guiding Light

2:30 M*A*S*H

3 PM I Love Lucy

3:30 Gomer Pyle, USMC

4 PM Andy Griffith

4:30 Mary Tyler Moore

5 PM News

5:30 CBS News

6 PM News

6:30 Newlywed Game

7 PM The Body Human

8 PM M*A*S*H

8:30 WKRP In Cincinnati

9 PM Lou Grant

10 PM News

10:30 Gunsmoke

11:30 Movie: "Three On A Match" (the tangled destinies of three

school pals, no connection to the Bill Cullen game show)


12:50 Cooking With Jacques

KTEN Ch. 10 Ada, OK (ABC)

5 AM PTL Club

7 AM Good Morning America

9 AM All In The Family (CBS, pre-empted on Ch. 12)

9:30 All Star Secrets (NBC)

10 AM Laverne & Shirley

10:30 Family Feud

11 AM $20,000 Pyramid

11:30 Hollywood Squares (NBC)

12 N Days Of Our Lives (NBC)

1 PM One Life To Live

2 PM General Hospital

3 PM Edge Of Night

3:30 Ryan's Hope

4 PM All My Children

5 PM ABC World News Tonight

5:30 NBC News

6 PM News

6:30 Dolly!

7 PM Baseball: Angels-Red Sox or Royals-Rangers

10 PM News (time approximate)

10:30 Police Story


sign of 12:40 AM

KTVT Ch. 11 Ft. Worth (Ind.)

6:40 News

7 AM Cartoons

8 AM Comedy Capers

8:30 Gigglesnort Hotel

9 AM Family Afair

9:30 Love, American Style

10 AM Maverick

11 AM Ironside

12 N News

12:30 Cartoons

1 PM Movie: "Dr. Kildare's Wedding Day" (Lew Ayres, not Richard

Chamberlain, from '41)

3 PM Popeye And Friends

3:30 Cartoons

4 PM Banana Splits

4:30 Superman

5 PM Leave It To Beaver

5:30 Dick Van Dyke

6 PM Bewitched

6:30 I Dream Of Jeannie

7 PM Alias Smith And Jones


8 PM Mary Tyler Moore

8:30 Bob Newhart

9 PM Movie: "Shadow Of The Thin Man" (interrupted at 10 PM

for news)

11 PM Movie: "Judge Hardy And Son"

1 AM News

KXII Ch. 12 Ardmore, OK/Sherman/Denison, TX (NBC/CBS)

6:45 Twelve Acres

7 AM Today

9 AM Today In Texoma

9:30 Whew!

9:55 CBS News

10 AM Price Is Right

11 AM Young And The Restless

11:30 Search For Tomorrow

12 N Twelve Acres

12:30 As The World Turns

1:30 Another World

3 PM Love Of Life

3:30 Leave It To Beaver

4 PM I Love Lucy

4:30 Six Million Dollar Man

5:30 CBS News


6 PM News

6:30 Andy Griffith

7 PM Little House On The Prairie

8 PM M*A*S*H

8:30 WKRP In Cincinnati

9 PM Lou Grant

10 PM News

10:30 Tonight Show

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KXTX Ch. 39 Dallas (Ind.)

6 AM Romper Room

6:30 Ross Bagley

7 AM 700 Club

8:30 Little Rascals

9 AM Movie: "The Atomic Kid"

11 AM Marcus Welby, M.D.

12 N Big Valley

1 PM The Lucy Show

1:30 Andy Griffith

2 PM Father Knows Best

2:30 Popeye And Bugs Hour

3:30 Flintstones

4 PM Brady Bunch
4:30 Monkees

5 PM Land Of The Giants

6 PM Star Trek

7 PM Get Smart

7:30 Andy Griffith

8 PM 700 Club

9:30 Dwight Thompson

10 PM The Bible With Pat Robertson

10:30 Faith That Lives

11 PM Manna

11:30 Life Of Riley

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Re: Retro: Oklahoma Monday, July 23, 1979

Oklahoma City was still a NO independent station town in 1979. By the end of the year they had
2 independents that signed on within weeks of each other. That would fill a huge void in that
market...

KTVT at 7 AM had a local show called Slam Bang Theatre with a mix of Bugs Bunny/Warner
Brothers Pre 48 post 41 color cartoons, Three Stooges, and MAYBE Poepye at some point from
what I have heard and seen in listings back then...Someone said Little Rascals aired there as well
but did not after 1973 because 39 KXTX had them when they merged with TV 33 in 1973
(actually KXTX was on 33 originally and DOubleday donated TV 39's license and programming to
33 and they combined assets and made a more agressive station on Channel 39...The same time
as WYAH TV 27 Virginia Beach went from 8 hours a day to 20 hours a day between the fall of 72
and Fall of 73. WHAE 46 Atlanta also evolved slower from 1973 to 76 from a couple hours a day
to 20 hours a day. But KTVT did not have Rascals after 1973 if they had those.

What was Comedy Capers??? I saw this in other listings as well. My theory was it was a mix of
cartoons from the same group as Slam Bang but leaned toward comedy rather than action...

On KXII, what was the series Twelve Acres at noon? It sounds like a rural soap opera. ;D

It was a farm-news program. KWTX/10 Waco had an identical program called "Ten Acres,"

which was carried on its satellite, KBTX/3 in Bryan, TX, as well (but under the "Ten Acres"

name).

Retro: This Week in TV Guide, July 21, 1973 - MN State Edition

This week we read about how more Americans are getting medical advice from doctor shows on
TV - hey, who needs WebMD when you've got Marcus Welby, M.D.? Also, the College All-Stars
take on the Miami Dolphins, The Midnight Special takes on In Concert, Rachel Carlson takes on
pollution, and more!

http://www.itsabouttv.com/2013/07/th...y-21-1973.html

As always your comments, positive as well as negative, are welcome.

And now the week's listing, wherein we've got everything from channel 2 to channel 11. Have
fun!

Wednesday, July 25, 1973

KTCA, Channel 2 (PBS)

Afternoon
04:00p Mister Rogers

04:30p Sesame Street

05:30p The Electric Company

Evening

06:00p Spanish

06:30p Inquiry

07:00p New Home for the Arts

08:30p Man Builds, Man Destroys

09:00p Piano Pedagogy

09:30p TBA

KDAL, Channel 3 (Duluth) (CBS)

Morning

07:00a CBS News (John Hart)

08:00a Captain Kangaroo

09:00a The Jokers Wild

09:30a $10,000 Pyramid

10:00a Gambit

10:30a Love of Life

10:55a CBS News (Douglas Edwards)

11:00a The Young and the Restless

11:30a Search for Tomorrow

Afternoon

12:00p Town and Country

12:30p As the World Turns


01:00p Guiding Light

01:30p The Edge of Night

02:00p The Price is Right

02:30p Match Game 73

03:00p Secret Storm

03:30p Dragnet

04:00p Mike Douglas

05:30p CBS News (Roger Mudd)

Evening

06:00p News (local)

06:30p Mary Tyler Moore

07:00p Sonny and Cher

08:00p Dan August

09:00p Cannon

10:00p News (local)

10:30p Movie Cry of the Hunted (B&W)

WCCO, Channel 4 (CBS)

Morning

06:30a Summer Semester

07:00a Carmen

07:30a Clancy and Willie

08:00a Captain Kangaroo

09:00a The Jokers Wild

09:30a $10,000 Pyramid


10:00a Gambit

10:30a Love of Life

10:55a Live Today

11:00a The Young and the Restless

11:30a Search for Tomorrow

Afternoon

12:00p Midday

12:30p As the World Turns

01:00p Guiding Light

01:30p The Edge of Night

02:00p The Price is Right

02:30p Match Game 73

03:00p Secret Storm

03:30p Movie Accuse

05:30p CBS News (Roger Mudd)

Evening

06:00p News (local)

06:30p Laurel and Hardy (B&W)

07:00p Sonny and Cher

08:00p Dan August

09:00p Cannon

10:00p News (local)

10:50p Movie Anastasia (B&W)

12:45p Movie Summertree


KSTP, Channel 5 (NBC)

Morning

06:00a Minnesota Today

06:30a Not For Women Only

07:00a Today

09:00a Dinah Shore

09:30a Baffle

10:00a The Wizard of Odds

10:30a Hollywood Squares

11:00a Jeopardy

11:30a Who, What or Where

11:55a NBC News (Edwin Newman)

Afternoon

12:00p News

12:15a Dial 5

01:00p Days of Our Lives

01:30p The Doctors

02:00p Another World

02:30p Return to Peyton Place

03:00p Somerset

03:30p Mike Douglas

04:30p Dick Van Dyke (B&W)

05:00p Hogans Heroes

05:30p NBC News (John Chancellor)

Evening
06:00p News (local)

06:30p Hollywood Squares

07:00p Adam-12

07:30p Viking Countdown

08:00p Aquatennial Pre-Parade

08:30p Aquatennial Parade

10:00p News (local)

10:30p Tonight (guest host Jerry Lewis)

12:00a News (local)

12:05a Living Easy with Dr. Joyce Brothers

WDSM, Channel 6 (Duluth) (NBC)

Morning

07:00a Today

09:00a Dinah Shore

09:30a Baffle

10:00a The Wizard of Odds

10:30a Hollywood Squares

11:00a Jeopardy

11:30a Who, What or Where

11:55a NBC News (Edwin Newman)

Afternoon

12:00p Living Easy with Dr. Joyce Brothers

12:30p Three on a Match

01:00p Days of Our Lives


01:30p The Doctors

02:00p Another World

02:30p Return to Peyton Place

03:00p Somerset

03:30p Movie TBA

05:30p Dick Van Dyke (B&W)

Evening

06:00p News (local)

06:30p NBC News (John Chancellor)

07:00p Adam-12

07:30p Madigan

09:00p Search

10:00p News (local)

10:30p Tonight (guest host Jerry Lewis)

KCMT, Channel 7 (Alexandria, MN) (NBC, ABC)

Morning

07:00a Today

09:00a Dinah Shore

09:30a Baffle

10:00a The Wizard of Odds

10:30a Hollywood Squares

11:00a Jeopardy

11:30a Who, What or Where

11:55a NBC News (Edwin Newman)


Afternoon

12:00p Farm Today

12:20p Trading Post

12:30p Three on a Match

01:00p Days of Our Lives

01:30p The Doctors

02:00p Another World

02:30p Return to Peyton Place

03:00p Somerset

03:30p Welcome Inn

04:30p Bewitched (B&W)

05:00p Kid Power (B&W)

05:30p NBC News (John Chancellor)

Evening

06:00p News (local)

06:30p Hee Haw

07:30p Madigan

09:00p Search

10:00p News (local)

10:30p Tonight (guest host Jerry Lewis)

WDSE, Channel 8 (Duluth) (PBS)

Afternoon

04:00p Mister Rogers

04:30p The Electric Company


05:00p Sesame Street

Evening

06:00p Spanish

06:30p Inquiry

07:00p New Home for the Arts

09:00p Walt Harper at Fallingwater

KMSP, Channel 9 (ABC)

Morning

07:00a CBS News (John Hart)

08:00a News and Views

08:30a Grandpa Ken

09:00a Romper Room (Miss Jody)

09:30a Whats My Line?

10:00a Hazel

10:30a Brady Bunch

11:00a Password

11:30a Split Second

Afternoon

12:00p All My Children

12:30p Lets Make a Deal

01:00p Newlywed Game

01:30p The Girl in My Life

02:00p General Hospital

02:30p One Life to Live


03:00p Love, American Style

03:30p Beat the Clock

04:00p Green Acres

04:30p I Love Lucy (B&W)

05:00p News (local)

05:30p ABC News (Smith/Reasoner)

Evening

06:00p To Tell The Truth

06:30p Truth or Consequences

07:00p Thicker Than Water

07:30p Movie The Letters

09:00p Owen Marshall

10:00p News (local)

10:30p Jack Paar Tonite

12:00a Name of the Game

01:30a News

WDIO, Channel 10 (Duluth) (ABC)

Morning

09:00a Not For Women Only

09:30a Jack LaLanne

10:00a Newlywed Game

10:30a Brady Bunch

11:00a Password

11:30a Split Second


Afternoon

12:00p All My Children

12:30p Lets Make a Deal

01:00p Lifestyle

01:30p The Girl in My Life

02:00p General Hospital

02:30p One Life to Live

03:00p Love, American Style

03:30p Movie Odd Man Out (B&W)

05:30p ABC News (Smith/Reasoner)

Evening

06:00p News (local)

06:30p Lets Make a Deal

07:00p Thicker Than Water

07:30p Movie The Letters

09:00p Owen Marshall

10:00p News (local)

10:30p Jack Paar Tonite

WTCN, Channel 11 (Ind.)

Morning

06:30a Figure Fitness

07:00a New Zoo Revue

07:30a Popeye and Porky

08:30a Mister Ed (B&W)


09:00a The Flintstones

09:30a I Dream of Jeannie

10:00a Father Knows Best (B&W)

10:30a Andy Griffith

11:00a Safari to Adventure

11:30a Whats New?

Afternoon

01:00p Movie Smoky

03:00p I Dream of Jeannie

03:30p Father Knows Best (B&W)

04:00p The Flintstones

04:30p The Addams Family (B&W)

05:00p Andy Griffith (B&W)

05:30p Daniel Boone (B&W)

Evening

06:30p That Girl

07:00p It Takes a Thief

08:00p Merv Griffin

09:30p News (local)

10:00p Perry Mason (B&W)

11:00p Movie About Face

Retro: Minnesota/Mason City/La Crosse-Eau Claire Sun, July 24, 1955

from TV Guide-Minnesota State edition


KGLO 3-CBS Mason City

2:30pm Curtain Time

3:00 Face the Nation

3:30 Let's Take a Trip

4:00 Religious Town Meeting "Is Religion a Boon or Bar to Brotherhood?"

4:15 Industry on Parade

4:30 You are There "Washington's Farewell to His Officers" (December 4, 1783)

5:00 Report from Geneva (Howard K. Smith narrates a report on the Big Four conference, that
began 6 days ago)

5:30 Private Secretary

6:00 Toast of the Town (guest host Guy Mitchell welcomes Polly Bergen, Arthur Worsley, and the
band and color squad of the First Infantry Division)

7:00 GE Theater "A Man with a Vengeance"

7:30 Stage 7 "Down from the Stars"

8:00 Appointment with Adventure

8:30 This is the Life

9:00 Ames Brothers

9:15 This is the Life

9:45 Children's Safety

10:00 News

10:05 Movie "Topper"

KDAL 3-NBC/ABC Duluth

noon Religious Town Hall

12:30 This is the Life

1:00 Frontiers of Faith


1:30 American Forum

2:00 TBA

2:30 Zoo Parade

3:00 Dangerous Assignment

3:30 Soldiers of Fortune

4:00 TBA

4:30 Home Town Story

5:00 People are Funny

5:30 Name's the Same

6:00 Variety Hour (Jack Webb promotes his new movie Pete Kelly's Blues with co-stars Peggy Lee,
Ella Fitzgerald, and Janet Leigh; Pete's combo also appears, along with an orchestra led by Ray
Heindorf)

7:00 TV Playhouse "The Death of Billy the Kid" (starring Paul Newman)

7:30 Favorite Story

8:00 Cameo Theater "The Grown Ones"

8:30 Movie: TBA

9:30 First Theater

10:00 News/Sports

10:10 Weather

10:15 News (Drew Pearson)

10:30 Falcon

11:00 Movie "Champagne for Caesar"

WCCO 4-CBS Minneapolis

8:00 Lamp Unto My Feet

8:30 Look Up & Live


9:00 The Way

9:15 Faith of Old

9:30 This is the Life

10:00 Business & Finance

10:15 Minnesota, USA

10:30 Axel & His Dog

11:00 Hopalong Cassidy "40 Thieves"

noon Contest Carnival (Gene Crane welcomes the Tumbling Cadets, contortionist Bonnie
Johnson, and a trampoline act)

12:30 News (Dick Enroth)

12:45 Playhouse 15

1:00 Wild Bill Hickok

1:30 Let's Take a Trip

2:00 Joe Palooka

2:30 The Visitor

3:00 Cisco Kid

3:30 Boston Blackie

4:00 Lucy Show

4:30 You are There "Washington's Farewell to His Officers"

5:00 Soldiers of Fortune

5:30 Private Secretary

6:00 Toast of the Town

7:00 GE Theater "A Man with a Vengeance"

7:30 Stage 7 "Down from the Stars"

8:00 Ramar of the Jungle

8:30 Lone Wolf


9:00 Star Showcase "A Very Old Murder"

9:30 Movie "Arch of Triumph"

11:15 Weather (Mel Jass)

11:20 Frankie Laine

KSTP 5-NBC St. Paul

7:45 Movie "The Sultan's Daughter"

9:00 Challenge

9:30 Christophers

10:00 Movies "Fighting Valley"/"Frontier Days"

11:45 Cartoons

12:10 Comedy Film "Line's Busy"

12:30 Movie "Men are Not Gods"

1:30 American Forum

2:00 Frontiers of Faith "The Church and Juvenile Delinquency"

2:30 Zoo Parade

3:00 Big Four Report (report on Big Four conference)

3:30 Captain Gallant

4:00 Meet the Press

4:30 Roy Rogers

5:00 House of Stars

5:30 Do It Yourself

6:00 Variety Hour

7:00 TV Playhouse "The Death of Billy the Kid"

8:00 Cameo Theater "The Grown Ones"


8:30 Orient Express

9:00 Life of Riley

9:30 People are Funny

10:00 News

10:15 George Grim

10:30 It's a Great Life

11:00 Weather Headlines (Ingram)

11:05 Movie "That Hamilton Woman"

KMMT 6-ABC Austin

3pm Movie: TBA

4:00 Film Feature

5:00 Big Picture

5:30 TBA

5:45 Family Hour

6:00 In Our Time

6:30 President's News Conference

7:00 Film Program

7:30 Stork Club (guest Betty Clooney)

8:00 Break the Bank

8:30 Musical Moments

9:00 This is the Life

9:30 Facts Forum

10:00 News

10:15 Weather Notes


10:20 Movie: TBA

WDSM 6-CBS Duluth

2:30pm Faith for Today

3:00 Face the Nation

3:30 Let's Take a Trip

4:00 Oral Roberts

4:30 You are There "Washington's Farewell to His Officers"

5:00 Report from Geneva

5:30 Private Secretary

6:00 Toast of the Town

7:00 GE Theater (title not listed; week-behind?)

8:00 Appointment with Adventure

8:30 Pantomime Quiz

9:00 Charlie Chan Movie

10:00 News

10:30 Movie "You Only Live Once"

WKBT 8-CBS/NBC/ABC/DuMont La Crosse

4pm Meet the Press

4:30 Religious Town Meeting

5:00 This is the Life

5:30 TBA

6:00 Variety Hour

7:00 GE Theater "A Man with a Vengeance"


7:30 Conrad Nagel Theater

8:00 Appointment with Adventure

8:30 Request Performance

9:00 Jackson & Jill

9:30 Liberace

10:00 News/Weather/Sports

10:15 Movie: TBA

KEYD 9-DuMont Minneapolis

noon This is the Life

12:30 Film Program

1:00 Home Advertising

1:30 Your Garden: How it Grows

2:00 Movie: TBA

3:00 Movie "Arson Rocket Squad"

4:30 Film Program

5:00 News & Sports Week

5:30 Movie: TBA

6:30 Movie "That Uncertain Feeling"

8:00 Mr. & Mrs. North

8:30 Play of the Week

9:00 Movie "Chicago Calling"

10:30 Movie "Cure for Love"

KROC 10-NBC/ABC Rochester


2:30pm Zoo Parade

3:00 Big Four Report

3:30 Oral Roberts

4:00 Meet the Press

4:30 Airways to Travel

5:00 Religious Town Hall "How Can Intolerance and Race Prejudice Be Overcome?"

5:30 Christophers

6:00 This is the Life

6:30 Navy Story

7:00 TV Playhouse "The Death of Billy the Kid"

8:00 Break the Bank

8:30 Top Plays of '55 "The Sporting Doctor"

9:00 News

9:15 Movie "Spring in Park Lane"

WTCN 11-ABC Minneapolis

10:00 Christ in the Home

10:15 Going Places

10:25 Strange Experiences

10:30 Faith for Today

11:00 Focal Point

noon Big Picture

12:30 Western Theater "Sherif of Cimaron"

1:30 Movie "Alias Billy the Kid"

3:00 Super Circus


4:00 Stories of the Century

4:30 Superman

5:00 You Asked for It

5:30 Renfrew of the Mounted "Murder on the Yukon"

6:30 Cartoon Carnival

7:00 Chance of a Lifetime

7:30 My Hero

8:00 Break the Bank

8:30 Movie "The Magic Face"

9:55 Week's Weather (Lindman)

10:00 News

10:15 Movie "Friendly Enemies"

WEAU 13-NBC Eau Claire

4pm Meet the Press

4:30 Oral Roberts

5:00 This is the Life

5:30 Looking at Music

6:00 People are Funny (same program as 9:30pm, ch 5)

6:30 Beulah

7:00 TV Playhouse "The Death of Billy the Kid"

8:00 Life with Elizabeth

8:30 Mark Saber

9:00 Cameo Theater

9:30 News/Weather
9:45 Hunting & Fishing

10:00 Movie "Black Widow"

Retro: Houston - 3/24/1999

Wednesday, March 24, 1999

KPRC NBC2

04:00AM NBC News at Sunrise

04:30AM News 2 Houston Daybreak

07:00AM Today

09:00AM Maury

10:00AM Montel Williams

11:00AM Roseanne Show

12:00PM News

12:30PM Access Hollywood

01:00PM Days of Our Lives

02:00PM Another World

03:00PM Jerry Springer

04:00PM News

04:30PM Hard Copy

05:00PM News

05:30PM NBC News

06:00PM News

06:30PM Entertainment Tonight

07:00PM Dateline NBC


08:00PM World's Most Amazing Videos

09:00PM Law & Order

10:00PM News

10:35PM The Tonight Show with Jay Leno

11:35PM Jenny Jones

12:35AM News

01:10AM Jerry Springer

02:10AM Late Night with Conan O'Brien

03:10AM Paid Programming

03:40AM Paid Programming

KHOU CBS11

04:00AM This Morning's Business

04:30AM CBS News

05:00AM The Spirit of Texas This Morning

08:00AM CBS This Morning

09:00AM Martha Stewart Living

10:00AM The Price is Right

11:00AM Young & the Restless

12:00PM News

12:30PM Bold & the Beautiful

01:00PM As the World Turns

02:00PM Guiding Light

03:00PM Inside Edition

03:30PM Jeopardy!
04:00PM Oprah Winfrey

05:00PM News

05:30PM CBS News

06:00PM News

06:30PM Wheel of Fortune

07:00PM Cosby

07:30PM Payne

08:00PM 60 Minutes II

09:00PM Chicago Hope

10:00PM News

10:35PM Late Show with David Letterman

11:35PM Hollywood Squares

12:05AM Late Late Show with Tom Snyder

01:05AM News

01:40AM Paid Programming

02:10AM Paid Programming

02:40AM Paid Programming

03:10AM CBS Up to the Minute

KTRK ABC13

05:00AM ABC News

05:30AM News

06:00AM News

07:00AM Good Morning America

09:00AM Debra Duncan


10:00AM The View

11:00AM Port Charles

11:30AM News

12:00PM All My Children

01:00PM One Life to Live

02:00PM General Hospital

03:00PM Rosie O'Donnell

04:00PM Sally Jessy Raphael

05:00PM News

05:30PM ABC News

06:00PM News

07:00PM An ABC Analysis: Kosovo

07:30PM It's Like, You Know...

08:00PM The Drew Carey Show

08:30PM The Norm Show

09:00PM 20/20

10:00PM News

10:35PM Nightline

11:05PM Politically Incorrect

11:35PM People's Court

12:35AM News

01:05AM MOVIE: Junior Bonner

03:05AM ABC World News Now

KTXH UPN20
04:30AM Amen

05:00AM Coach

05:30AM The Monkees

06:00AM Toon Town Kids

06:30AM Toon Town Kids

07:00AM Mighty Max

07:30AM Hercules

08:00AM Pokmon

08:30AM Wacky World of Tex Avery

09:00AM Charlie's Angels

10:00AM Sunset Beach

11:00AM Howie Mandel

12:00PM Sanford and Son

12:30PM Judge Joe Brown

01:00PM Judge Joe Brown

01:30PM Good Times

02:00PM Family Matters

02:30PM DuckTales

03:00PM Doug

03:30PM Jumanji

04:00PM Full House

04:30PM Full House

05:00PM Sister, Sister

05:30PM Sister, Sister

06:00PM Fresh Prince of Bel-Air


06:30PM Martin

07:00PM 7 Days

08:00PM Star Trek: Voyager

09:00PM Star Trek: Deep Space Nine

10:00PM Martin

10:30PM Judge Judy

11:00PM Judge Judy

11:30PM Mad About You

12:00AM Frasier

12:30AM Grace Under Fire

01:00AM Star Trek: Deep Space Nine

02:00AM Star Trek: Deep Space Nine

03:00AM Gulf Greyhound Park: Finish Line

03:30AM Rockford Files

KRIV FOX26

04:00AM Perry Mason

05:00AM Paid Programming

05:30AM EXTRA

06:00AM FOX 26 Morning News

08:00AM Regis & Kathie Lee

09:00AM Forgive or Forget

10:00AM Ricki Lake

11:00AM Newlywed Game

11:30AM Dating Game


12:00PM Cops

12:30PM News

01:00PM EXTRA

01:30PM The Nanny

02:00PM The Magic School Bus

02:30PM The Magic School Bus

03:00PM Spider-Man

03:30PM Young Hercules

04:00PM Power Rangers in Space

04:30PM Mystic Knights or Tir Na Nog

05:00PM Married...with Children

05:30PM The Simpsons

06:00PM Home Improvement

06:30PM The Simpsons

07:00PM MOVIE: The Mask

09:00PM News

10:00PM Married...with Children

10:30PM Ricki Lake

11:30PM Forgive or Forget

12:30AM Andy Griffith

01:00AM Paid Programming

01:30AM Paid Programming

02:00AM News

03:00AM The Nanny

03:30AM Cops
KHTV WB39

05:00AM Deeper Life Bible Church

05:30AM Joyce Meyer

06:00AM Kenneth Copeland

06:30AM RoboCop: Alpha Commando

07:00AM Tiny Toon Adventures

07:30AM Animaniacs

08:00AM Beast Wars: Transformers

08:30AM The Real Adventures of Jonny Quest

09:00AM Mama's Family

09:30AM Roseanne

10:00AM Donny & Marie

11:00AM Love Connection

11:30AM Change of Heart

12:00PM Judge Mills Lane

12:30PM Judge Mills Lane

01:00PM Matlock

02:00PM NewsRadio

02:30PM Mama's Family

03:00PM Pinky and the Brain

03:30PM Histeria!

04:00PM The New Batman/Superman Adventures

05:00PM Boy Meets World

05:30PM Hangin' with Mr. Cooper


06:00PM Living Single

06:30PM Friends

07:00PM Rockets Pregame

07:30PM NBA Basketball: Houston Rockets at Dallas Mavericks

10:00PM Seinfeld

10:30PM Friends

11:00PM NewsRadio

11:30PM Cheers

12:00AM Change of Heart

12:30AM Love Connection

01:00AM LAPD: Life on the Beat

01:30AM LAPD: Life on the Beat

02:00AM Psi Factor: Chronicles of the Paranormal

03:00AM MOVIE: Mayflower Madam

Retro: Hartford-Boston-Providence (7/25/77)

Source: The Day

WGBH Channel 2 (PBS)

2:30 French Chef

3:00 Nova

4:00 Sesame Street

5:00 Mr. Roger's Neighborhood

5:30 Sesame Street

6:30 Electric Company


7:00 Zoom

7:30 Once Upon a Classic

8:00 Grand Prix Tennis: Washington Star International

WFSB Channel 3 (CBS)

6:00 Agronsky & Company

6:30 Face the State

7:00 CBS Morning News

8:00 Captain Kangaroo

9:00 This Morning

10:00 Here's Lucy

10:30 The Price is Right

11:30 Love of Life

11:55 CBS News

Noon Eyewitness News

12:30 Search for Tomorrow

1:00 Tattletales [Delay from 4:00pm]

1:30 As the World Turns

2:30 Guiding Light

3:00 All in the Family

3:30 Match Game '77

4:00 Gilligan's Island

4:30 Dinah!

6:00 Eyewitness News


7:00 CBS Evening News (Walter Cronkite)

7:30 Nighttime Price is Right

8:00 The Jefersons

8:30 Shields & Yarnell

9:00 Maude

9:30 All's Fair

10:00 Sonny and Cher

11:00 Eyewitness News

11:30 CBS Late Movie: "Young Bess" (1953)

1:30 Eyewitness News

WBZ Channel 4 (NBC, Now CBS)

6:45 Daily Almanac

7:00 Today (Tom Brokaw & Jane Pauley, Eyewitness News at 7:25/8:25)

9:00 Summer Camp

9:30 Chico and the Man [Delay from 12:30]

10:00 Sanford & Son

10:30 Hollywood Squares

11:00 Wheel of Fortune

11:30 It's Anybody's Guess

Noon Eyewitness News

12:30 Woman '77

1:30 Days of Our Lives

2:30 The Doctors

3:00 Another World


4:00 Mike Douglas

5:30 Eyewitness News

6:00 Eyewitness News

7:00 NBC Nightly News (John Chancellor/David Brinkley)

7:30 Evening Magazine

8:00 Little House on the Prairie

9:00 NBC Movie: "Sssssss"

11:00 Eyewitness News

11:30 Tonight Show

1:00 Tomorrow

2:00 Eyewitness News

WCVB Channel 5 (ABC)

6:00 NewsCenter 5

7:00 Captain Bob

7:30 Good Morning America (w/NewsCenter 5 at 8:25)

9:00 Good Day!

10:30 Edge of Night

11:00 Happy Days

11:30 Joker's Wild

Noon NewsCenter 5

12:30 Ryan's Hope

1:00 All My Children

2:00 $20,000 Pyramid

2:30 One Life to Live


3:15 General Hospital

4:00 Big Valley

5:00 Family Feud [Delay from 11:30]

5:30 Instant Game Show

6:00 NewsCenter 5 (1 Hour)

7:00 ABC Evening News (Harry Reasoner & Barbara Walters)

7:30 Break the Bank

8:00 ABC Comedy Special

8:30 Baseball

11:00 NewsCenter 5

11:30 Fernwood Tonight

Midnight The F.B.I.

1:00 Protofactors

1:30 Nightshift

2:00 NewsCenter 5

WTEV [Now WLNE] Channel 6 (CBS, Switched back to ABC)

5:45 English thru TV

6:00 News

6:25 Job Opportunities

6:30 Community

6:55 News

7:00 The Archies

7:30 Little Rascals


7:55 News

8:00 Captain Kangaroo

9:00 Gilligan's Island

9:30 That Girl

10:00 Here's Lucy

10:30 The Price is Right

11:30 Love of Life

11:55 CBS News

Noon Andy Griffith

12:30 Search for Tomorrow

1:00 The Young & the Restless [Delayed from Noon]

1:30 As The World Turns

2:30 Guiding Light

3:00 All in the Family

3:30 Match Game '77

4:00 Tattletales

4:30 Mickey Mouse Club

5:00 Family Afair

5:30 Brady Bunch

6:00 News

6:30 CBS Evening News (Walter Cronkite)

7:00 Undersea World of Jacques Cousteau

8:00 The Jefersons

8:30 Shields & Yarnell

9:00 Maude
9:30 All's Fair

10:00 Sonny and Cher

11:00 News

11:30 CBS Late Movie: "Young Bess" (1953)

1:00 News

WNAC-TV [WHDH] Channel 7 (CBS, Now NBC)

5:40 Greater Bostonians

5:45 Farm and Market Report

5:50 Summer Semester

6:20 Massachusetts Reaction

6:50 Las Noticias De Hoy

7:00 CBS Morning News (Newsroom 7 at 7:25am)

8:00 Captain Kangaroo

9:00 Dinah!

10:30 The Price is Right

11:30 Love of Life

11:55 CBS News

Noon Newsroom 7

12:30 Search for Tomorrow

1:00 The Young and the Restless [Delayed from Noon]

1:30 As The World Turns

2:30 Guiding Light

3:00 All in the Family

3:30 Match Game '77


4:00 Merv Griffin Show

5:30 Candlepins for Cash

6:00 Newsroom 7

7:00 CBS Evening NewsCronkite

7:30 Celebrity Sweepstakes

8:00 The Jefersons

8:30 Shields & Yarnell

9:00 Maude

9:30 All's Fair

10:00 Sonny and Cher

11:00 Newsroom 7

11:30 CBS Late Movie: "Young Bess" (1953)

2:00 Newsmakers

2:30 Newsroom 7

2:45 Greater Bostonians

WTNH Channel 8 (ABC)

6:15 Davey & Goliath

6:30 Insight

7:00 Cartoon Carnival

7:30 Dusty's Treehouse

8:00 Good Morning America

9:00 Donahue

10:00 Ryan's Hope [Delay from 12:30]

10:30 Edge of Night


11:00 Happy Days

11:30 Family Feud

Noon 12 'O Clock Live!

1:00 All My Children

2:00 $20,000 Pyramid

2:30 One Life to Live

3:15 General Hospital

4:00 Little Rascals

4:30 The Munsters

5:00 Big Valley

6:00 Action News

6:30 ABC Evening NewsReasoner/Walters

7:00 Concentration

7:30 Gong Show

8:00 ABC Comedy Special

8:30 Baseball

11:00 Action News

11:30 Streets of San Francisco

12:37 Toma

WJAR Channel 10 (NBC)

6:30 News Conference

7:00 Today (Tom Brokaw/Jane Pauley; NewsWatch 10 at 7:25 & 8:25)

9:00 Donahue

10:00 Sanford and Son


10:30 Hollywood Squares

11:00 Wheel of Fortune

11:30 It's Anybody's Guess

Noon NewsWatch 10

12:30 Chico and the Man

1:00 Shoot for the Stars [Delayed from Noon]

1:30 Days of Our Lives

2:30 The Doctors

3:00 Another World

4:00 Gong Show

4:30 Bewitched

5:00 Star Trek

6:00 NewsWatch 10

6:30 NBC Nightly News (John Chancellor/David Brinkley)

7:00 Concentration

7:30 The New Treasure Hunt

8:00 Little House on the Prairie

9:00 NBC Movie: "Sssssss"

11:00 NewsWatch 10

11:30 Tonight Show

1:00 Tomorrow

2:00 NewsWatch 10

WPRI Channel 12 (ABC, Now Returned to CBS)

6:00 PTL Club


7:00 Good Morning America

9:00 Dinah!

10:00 Honeymooners

10:30 The Better Sex [Delay from Noon]

11:00 Happy Days

11:30 Family Feud

Noon News

12:30 Ryan's Hope

1:00 All My Children

2:00 $20,000 Pyramid

2:30 One Life to Live

3:15 General Hospital

4:00 I Love Lucy

4:30 Merv Griffin

6:00 News

6:30 ABC Evening News (Harry Reasoner/Barbra Walters)

7:00 Match Game PM

7:30 To Tell the Truth

8:00 ABC Comedy Special

8:30 Baseball

11:00 News

11:30 Streets of San Francisco

12:37 Toma

WHNB [Now WVIT] Channel 30 (NBC)


6:25 Adelante

6:55 Today's Woman

7:00 Today (Brokaw/Pauley, Local News at 7:25 & 8:25am)

9:00 Lucy Show

9:30 Not for Women Only

10:00 Sanford and Son

10:30 Hollywood Squares

11:00 Wheel of Fortune

11:30 It's Anybody's Guess

Noon Shoot for the Stars

12:30 Chico and the Man

1:00 The Gong Show

1:30 Days of Our Lives

2:30 The Doctors

3:00 Another World

4:00 Merv Griffin

5:00 Emergency One!

6:00 News

6:30 NBC Nightly News (John Chancellor & David Brinkley)

7:00 CrossWits

7:30 Hollywood Squares

8:00 Little House on the Prairie

9:00 NBC Movie: "Sssssss"

11:00 News

11:30 Tonight Show


1:00 Tomorrow

WSBK Channel 38 (Ind.)

7:00 The Flintstones

7:30 Bugs Bunny & Porky Pig

8:00 Superman

8:30 Howdy Doody

9:00 Romper Room

9:30 Spirit of Independence

9:50 News

10:00 Tom Larson

10:30 Festival of Faith

11:00 Hazel

11:30 Green Acres

Noon Shoot for the Stars [A Game Show which WBZ didn't clear]

12:30 McHale's Navy

1:00 The Gong Show [Also Preempted from WBZ]

1:30 Andy Griffith

2:00 Beverly Hillbillies

2:30 Popeye

3:00 Bullwinkle

3:30 The Archies

4:00 Mickey Mouse Club

4:30 Three Stooges

5:30 Bewitched
6:00 Hogan's Heroes

6:30 Adam-12

7:00 The Odd Couple

7:30 Dick Van Dyke

8:00 Ironside

9:00 Movie: "13 Rue Madeleine" (1947)

11:00 Honeymooners

11:30 Bold Ones

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38 WSBK never had the Flintstones in the 70's or 80's. WLVI 56 had them all along in the 70's and
80's till 1988 when they moved to WFXT and then back to WLVI in 1990 till about 1995. WSBK
had them maybe in the mid 90's. That may have been Fred Flintstone and Friends

Retro: Boston/Manchester - Monday March 29, 1954

Source: Nashua Telegraph

WMUR started operations the day before. According to some newspaper stories at the time,
they planned to air ABC and CBS programming not being cleared by the Boston stations.

Telegraph listings started at 4pm.


4 WBZ Boston (NBC)

04:00p Welcome Travelers

04:30p On Your Account Win Elliot

05:00p Pinky Lee Show Barbara Luke, Molly Bee

05:30p Howdy Doody

06:00p Science Sketches; Jonathan Karas The Future

06:15p News Victor Best

06:30p Hopalong Cassidy Hidden Gold

07:00p Best From Broadway

07:15p Nightly Newsteller

07:30p Arthur Murray Dance Party Audrey Meadows

07:45p John Cameron Swazye, News (NBC)

08:00p Name That Tune Red Benson, Vicki Mills, Louis Satchmo Armstrong

08:30p Voice of Firestone Mildred Miller and essay I Speak for America

09:00p Dennis Day Show

09:30p Robert Montgomery Presents My Little Girl

10:30p Mr. and Mrs. North

11:00p News

11:10p Dangerous Assignment

11:40p Night Owl Theater Pittsburgh Kid

7 WNAC Boston (CBS/ABC/DuMont)

04:00p Barker Bills Cartoons

04:15p The Secret Storm

04:30p You Are What You Eat


04:35p Movie Quick Quiz

04:50p Song Shop

05:00p Yankee Goes Calling: Museum of Fine Arts; Bill Hahn, host Exploring Forgeries in Art

05:45p Songs of the West

06:00p Kit Carson Trouble at Ft. Mohave

06:30p Gene Autry Show Rio Renegades

07:00p I Lived Three Lives

07:30p Douglas Edwards, News (CBS)

08:00p George Burns and Gracie Allen

08:30p Arthur Godfreys Talent Scouts Marilyn Tate, vocalist; Don Adams, comedian (later of
Get Smart fame); musical comedy group

09:00p I Love Lucy Two Maids from Mars

09:30p Red Buttons Show Frank McHugh, Huntz Hall, Betty Garde, Lynn Loring

10:00p Studio One Pauls Apartment starring Eva Gabor and Richard Kiley

11:00p News, Weather

11:05p Feature Theater Voice in the Wind

9 WMUR Manchester (ABC/CBS/DuMont)

04:00p Test Pattern

05:00p Adventure Theater

05:55p Crusader Rabbit

06:00p Guest House

06:15p Channel 9 Headlines

06:20p Guest House

06:30p Weatherscope

06:35p Guest House


07:00p News Digest

07:10p Spotlight on Sports

07:15p John Daly, News (ABC)

07:30p Something New and Diferent

08:00p Square Dance Nite

08:30p The Big Picture

09:00p Junior Press Conference

09:30p Travel Corner

10:00p Half Hour Theater

10:30p News, Sports, Weather

10:40p Queen City Playhouse

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Re: Retro: Boston/Manchester - Monday March 29, 1954

ABC would not get a full-time affiliate in Boston until November, 1957 so WMUR-9 was the
default ABC station for Boston. And with a good antenna, it's analog signal reached Boston and
even penetrated a little south of Route 128. With an outdoor antenna at my location in
Norwood, Massachusetts, I got a decent (but not as strong as Channels 2, 4, 5, and 7 from
Boston or Channels 10 and 12 from Providence) analog signal from WMUR with (in the 1970's
and 80's) good color.
In Boston itself and the northern suburbs, WMUR's signal was even better with a clear picture,
including color once that came in.

I would think that at least a couple of prime-time programs Maureen Carney posted for WMUR
from the Nashua Telegraph's listings that were in fact on ABC.

(Among them would be "Big Picture", which actually ran on ABC for a time in the early-to-mid
1950's; and "Junior Press Conference", which ABC found as a cheap "throwaway" against the
top-rated "I Love Lucy")

I don't think WMUR carried CBS shows that were cleared by the old WNAC-7; in fact, I thought
that WMUR in its early years may even have cleared a couple of NBC shows that WBZ-4 did not.

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Re: Retro: Boston/Manchester - Monday March 29, 1954

From the Boston Globe, here are listings for March 29th, 1954 from 4 P.M. onward (since the
Nashua listings posted at the beginning of this thread began at 4 P.M.) of Boston's one UHF
station at the time (the late WTAO-56) and the only VHF in Providence at the time, WJAR-10
(both of whose signals likely couldn't be received in Nashua):

WJAR Channel 10 (NBC/CBS/ABC)

4:00 Welcome Travelers (NBC)


4:30 On Your Account (NBC)

5:00 New England Talent Club (local)

5:15 Children's Theatre

5:30 Howdy Doody (NBC)

6:00 The Adventures of Superman (syndicated)

6:30 Jo Staford Show (CBS, delayed from previous Tuesday at 7:45 P.M.)

6:45 Peter Carew Show (local?)

6:55 Weather; News (maybe the weather was at 6:55 and the news at 7?)

7:15 TV Sports Page (with Warren Walden; local)

7:30 Madison Square Garden (films of sporting events taking place there; syndicated)

7:45 NBC News, John Cameron Swayze

8:00 Name That Tune (NBC)

8:30 Make Room For daddy (ABC)

9:00 Outlet Company Jubilee (local special probably celebrating the store's anniversary; Outlet
was the original owner of WJAR)

9:30 Robert Montgomery Presents (NBC)

10:30 City Detective (syndicated)

11:00 Local News

11:10 Main Event Wrestling (likely on kinescope, probably syndicated although DuMont did carry
some wrestling until 1955)

WTAO Channel 56 (DuMont/ABC)

5:45 Sign-On/Captain Video (DuMont; delay from 7 P.M. sometime during the previous week)

6:00 Local news with Ken VanWart

6:15 What's Your Trouble? (syndicated religious show with Dr. Norman Vincent Peale)
6:30 Deadline Edition (I have seen this title listed for local newscasts in various New England
markets. Maybe it was a regional newscast---apparently originated from WHYN Springfield and
fed to stations by stations rebroadcasting the signals of other stations carrying it)

6:45 What One Person Can Do (I suspect this was a syndicated public-service type program)

7:00 Locker Room, with Herb Ralby (local; Ralby was a longtime sportswriter in Boston)

7:15 Marge and Jef (DuMont; one of it's stars was a young Jess Cain who a few years later would
become morning man at WHDH-850)

7:30 From Little Wings (aviation film?)

8:00 Front Page Detective (although starting on DuMont; the show ended in first-run syndication
in 1953)

8:30 Wedding Morning ( a short film of some sort)

9:00 Movie: "Honeymoon Limited" (I found a 1935 film with this title on IMDB; running 74
minuets, meaning about 20-25 minutes of the film had to be cut due to the network program
following at 10 P.M.; see below)

10:00 Professional Boxing: Middleweight bout between Bobby Dykes and Ralph Jones at Eastern
Parkway Arena in Brooklyn (DuMont)

11:00 News (likely local, followed by sign-of)

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Re: Retro: Boston/Manchester - Monday March 29, 1954

And here's a listing from about a year later, showing a little more of what WMUR was
broadcasting.
Nashua Telegram, Thursday March 24, 1955

4 WBZ Boston (NBC)

04:00p At Four, On Four

04:30p World of Mr. Sweeney NBC

04:45p Modern Romances NBC

05:00p Pinky Lee Show NBC

05:30p Howdy Doody Time NBC

06:00p Lady on the Bookshelf

06:15p Wonder World

06:30p Victor Best, News (this may have been the Esso Reporter)

06:45p Armchair Adventure

07:00p Mayor Hynes Address (John B. Hynes, mayor of Boston; he was the father of long-time
Boston anchor Jack Hynes)

07:15p (Shawmut Bank) Nightly Newsteller

07:30p Dinah Shore Show NBC

07:45p (Plymouth) News Caravan NBC

08:00p You Bet Your Life NBC

08:30p Justice NBC

09:00p Dragnet NBC

09:30p Ford Theater Garritys Sons starring Rory Calhoun and May Wynn NBC

10:00p (Lux) Video Theater Shadow of Doubt starring Frank Lovejoy and Barbara Rush NBC

11:00p News

11:10p Janet Dean, Registered Nurse

11:40p Tonight Steve Allen NBC


7 WNAC Boston (CBS/ABC/DuMont)

04:00p The Brighter Day CBS

04:15p The Secret Storm CBS

04:30p On Your Account

05:00p New England Matinee

05:30p Flash Gordon

05:45p News and Weather

06:00p Sports Parade

06:30p The Lone Ranger ABC (delayed from Thursday @ 7:30p)

07:00p News and Weather

07:15p Art Linkletter and the Kids

07:30p News Douglas Edwards CBS

07:45p Jane Froman Show CBS

08:00p Meet Mr. McNulty (aka The Ray Milland Show) CBS

08:30p Climax Darkest Hour starring Joanne Dru and Zachary Scott CBS

09:30p Four Star Playhouse Night at Lark Cottage starring Charles Boyer and Beverly Garland
CBS

10:00p Public Defender CBS

10:30p Name That Tune Bill Cullen, host CBS

11:00p News and Weather

11:05p The Vise ABC (delayed from Friday @ 9:30p)

11:35p Dollar A Second Jan Murray ABC (delayed from Friday @ 9p)

12:05a Theater Malaya Incident

9 WMUR Manchester (ABC/CBS/DuMont)

04:00p Our Faith


04:15p Western Theater

05:15p Cartoon Theater

05:30p Donn Tibbetts Show

06:00p Guest House

06:15p Channel 9 Headlines

06:20p Guest House

06:35p Weatherscope

06:40p Sports

06:50p News Digest

07:00p Kukla, Fran and Ollie ABC

07:15p News John Daly ABC

07:30p Gadabout Gaddis

07:45p Circle M. Ranch Boys

08:00p Soldier Parade

08:30p Treasury Men in Action ABC

09:00p Star Tonight

09:30p Something New and Diferent

10:00p Ringside with Rasslers

11:00p News, Sports, Weather

11:10p Queen City Playhouse

RETRO: Salt Lake City, UT Wednesday, July 26, 1978

KUTV Channel 2 (NBC)


MORNING PROGRAMS

05:25 Farm and Ranch

06:00 Understanding Our World

06:30 New Mickey Mouse Club

07:00 The Today Show

07:25 Newswatch 2

08:00 The Today Show continues

08:25 Newswatch 2

08:30 The Today Show continues

09:00 New High Rollers

09:30 Wheel of Fortune

10:00 America Alive!

11:00 Card Sharks

11:30 Hollywood Squares

AFTERNOON PROGRAMS

12:00 Newswatch 2 and Consumer Action Report

12:30 Joker's Wild

01:00 Another World

02:00 Days of Our Lives

03:00 Bewitched

03:30 Flintstones

04:00 Bonanza

05:00 NBC Nightly News

05:30 Hogan's Heroes

EVENING PROGRAMS
06:00 Newswatch 3

06:30 Extra!

07:00 Grizzly Adams

08:00 Black Sheep Squadron

09:00 Police Woman

10:00 Newswatch 2

10:30 Tonight Show

12:00 Tomorrow Show

KTVX Channel 4 (ABC)

MORNING PROGRAMS

06:00 Good Morning, America

07:00 Hotel Balderdash

08:00 Good Morning, America resumes

09:00 Happy Days

09:30 Donahue

10:30 Ryan's Hope

11:00 All My Children

AFTERNOON PROGRAMS

12:00 One Life to Live

01:00 General Hospital

02:00 The Edge of Night

02:30 Family Feud

03:00 $20,000 Pyramid


03:30 Lucy

04:00 Lucy

04:30 ABC Evening News

05:00 F Troop

05:30 McHale's Navy

EVENING PROGRAMS

06:00 Action News 4

06:30 Cross-Wits

07:00 Eight Is Enough

08:00 Charlie's Angels

09:00 Starsky and Hutch

10:00 Action News 4

10:30 Alias Smith and Jones

11:30 Police Story

KSL-TV Channel 5 (CBS)

MORNING PROGRAMS

05:25 Farm and Ranch

05:30 Summer Semester

06:00 CBS News

06:25 Face to Face with Jackie Nokes

06:30 CBS News continued

07:00 Captain Kangaroo

08:00 Romper Room


08:30 Price Is Right

09:30 Love of Life

09:55 CBS News

10:00 Young and Restless

10:30 Guiding Light

11:30 As the World Turns

AFTERNOON PROGRAMS

12:30 Eyewitness News

01:00 Match Game

01:30 All in the Family

02:00 Big Money Movie

03:55 Spotlight Five

04:00 Dinah

05:00 Batman

05:30 CBS News

EVENING PROGRAMS

06:00 Eyewitness News

06:30 Concentration

07:00 Funny Business

09:00 Hawaii 5-O

10:00 Eyewitness News

10:40 CBS Reports "The Fire Next Door"

11:40 The FBI

12:40 Ironside

01:40 Final News


KUED Channel 7 (PBS)

MORNING PROGRAMS

08:45 Figuring It Out

09:00 Mister Rogers

09:30 Electric Company

10:00 Sesame Street

11:00 Over Easy

11:30 MacNeil-Lehrer

AFTERNOON PROGRAMS

12:00 Dick Cavett

12:30 National Geographic Special

02:00 Of Race and Blood

03:30 Villa Allegre

04:00 Sesame Street

05:00 Mister Rogers

05:30 Electric Company

EVENING PROGRAMS

06:00 Zoom

06:30 Utah Weekend

07:00 Over Easy

07:30 MacNeil-Lehrer

08:00 Nova "Children of the Forest"

09:00 Great Performances "Waiting for Godot"


11:00 Dick Cavett

11:30 ABC Evening News Captioned

KBYU Channel 11 (PBS)

MORNING PROGRAMS

08:00 Sesame Street

09:00 Mister Rogers

11:30 Villa Allegre

AFTERNOON PROGRAMS

12:00 Sesame Street

01:00 Mister Rogers

05:00 Studio See

05:30 Over Easy

EVENING PROGRAMS

06:00 Newsroom

06:30 MacNeil-Lehrer Report

07:00 Opera Theater "The Flying Dutchman"

09:30 The Williamson Disaster

10:00 MacNeil-Lehrer

10:30 Dick Cavett

11:00 USU Special

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Please post listings for Saturday 7/22/1978 and Sunday 7/23/1978

RETRO: Salt Lake City, UT Saturday, July 29, 1978 -By Request

KUTV Channel 2 (NBC)

MORNING PROGRAMS

06:00 Hong Kong Phooey

06:30 Go Go Globetrotters

08:30 Pink Panther

09:00 Baggy Pants and the Nitwits

09:30 Space Sentinels

10:00 Land of the Lost

10:30 Utah State Republican Convention

AFTERNOON PROGRAMS

12:00 Major League Baseball (teams to be announced)

03:00 State Republican Convention Highlights

03:30 Bonanza

04:30 NBC News


05:00 Star Trek

EVENING PROGRAMS

06:00 Name That Tune

06:30 All Star Anything Goes

07:00 Bionic Woman

08:00 NBC Movie "Rhinemann Exchange Pt. 1"

10:00 Newswatch 2

10:30 "What Really Happened to the Class of '65"

11:30 NBC Saturday Night

01:00 Adam 12

KTVX Channel 4 (ABC)

MORNING PROGRAMS

06:00 All New Superfriends/ School Rock

07:00 Scooby's All Star Laf-a-Lympics

09:00 Krofft Supershow

10:00 Dynomutt

10:30 American Bandstand

11:30 Lucy

AFTERNOON PROGRAMS

12:00 What Do You Want to Be When You Grow Old?

12:30 Other Side of the Coin

01:00 Sportsworld

01:30 AFC-NFC Pro Football Hall of Fame Game (Dolphins vs Eagles)

03:00 Wide World of Sports


04:30 ABC News

05:00 Sports Challenge

05:30 Gong Show

EVENING PROGRAMS

06:00 Lawrence Welk

07:00 Krofft Comedy Hour

08:00 Love Boat

09:00 Fantasy Island

10:00 Action News 4

10:30 Gaslight Theatre "The Major and the Minor"

12:00 Tennis Tournament of Champions

01:00 ABC Weekend News

KSL-TV Channel 5 (CBS)

MORNING PROGRAMS

05:30 Summer Semester

06:00 Three Robonic Stooges

06:25 In the News (Christopher Glenn)

06:30 Speed Buggy

07:00 Bugs Bunny/Roadrunner Hour

08:30 Batman and Tarzan

09:30 Secrets of Isis

10:00 Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids

10:30 Space Academy

11:00 What's New, Magoo?


11:30 CBS Children's Film Festival

AFTERNOON PROGRAMS

12:00 Gunsmoke

01:00 Republican Convention

01:30 The Racers

02:00 Sammy Davis Jr Greater Hartford Golf Open

03:00 CBS Sports Spectacular

04:00 Republican Convention

04:30 CBS News

05:00 Hee Haw

EVENING PROGRAMS

06:00 Hollywood Squares

06:30 Baby, I'm Back

07:00 Bob Newhart Show

07:30 Shapin' Up

08:00 Movie Special "Shane"

10:00 Eyewitness News

10:40 Hawaii 5-O

11:40 Movie "Good Morning, Miss Dove"

01:00 Final News

KUED Channel 7 (PBS)

MORNING PROGRAMS

08:00 Sesame Street

09:00 Mister Rogers


09:30 Electric Company

10:00 Once Upon a Classic

10:30 Daniel Foster, M.D.

11:00 Painting Along With Nancy Kominsky

11:30 Consumer Survival Kit

AFTERNOON PROGRAMS

12:00 In Search of the Real America

04:30 How to Work With Wood, USU

05:00 Consumer Survival Kit

05:30 Turnabout

EVENING PROGRAMS

06:00 Studio See

06:30 Economically Speaking

07:00 Fiesta Latina

07:30 Lowell Thomas Remembers

08:00 Great Performances "Chopin"

09:00 In Performance at Wolf Trap

10:00 PBS Movie Theater "As You Like It"

KBYU Channel 11 (PBS)

AFTERNOON/EVENING PROGRAMS

05:00 All Star Soccer

06:00 Washington Week in Review

06:30 Wall Street Week


07:00 Black Perspectives in the News

07:30 In Search of America

08:00 Firing Line

09:00 Movie Milestones "Miracle of the Bells"

RETRO : DES MOINES IOWA MONDAY JULY 30, 1990

WOI TV 5 (ABC)

5:30 THIS MORNINGS BUSSINESS

6AM ABC/LOCAL NEWS

7AM GOOD MORNING AMERICA

9AM PHIL DONAHUE

10AM HOME

11AM MATCH GAME

11:30 NEWS

NOON ALL MY CHILDREN

1PM ONE LIFE TO LIVE

2PM GENERAL HOSPITAL

3PM GERALDO

4PM ENTERTAINMENT TONIGHT

4:30 FAMILY TIES

5PM NEWS

5:30 ABC NEWS

6PM COSBY SHOW

6:30 GROWING PAINS


7PM MACGYVER

8PM PROJECT : TIN MAN (UNSOLD PILOT)

9PM KNIFE & GUN CLUB (UNSOLD PILOT)

10PM NEWS

10:30 MASH

11PM NIGHTLINE

11:30 INTO THE NIGHT

12:30 SUCCESS N LIFE

1:30 COMMERCIAL PROGRAM

2AM HARD COPY

KCCI TV 8 (CBS)

5AM CBS NEWS

5:30 AG DAY

6AM CBS NEWS

6:30 NEWS

7AM THIS MORNING

9AM REGIS & KATHIE LEE

10AM PRICE IS RIGHT

11AM YOUNG & THE RESTLESS

NOON NEWS

12:30 BOLD & THE BEAUTIFUL

1PM AS THE WORLD TURNS

2PM GUIDING LIGHT


3PM LOVE CONNECTION

3:30 3RD DEGREE

4PM PEOPLES COURT

4:30 FAMILY FUED

5PM JEOPORDY

5:30 CBS NEWS

6PM NEWS

6:30 WHEEL OF FORTUNE

7PM MAJOR DAD

7:30 SHANGRI-LA PLAZA (UNSOLD PILOT)

8PM MURPHY BROWN

8:30 DESIGNING WOMEN

9PM CONNIE CHUNG

10PM NEWS

10:30 BOB NEWHART

11PM QUINCY

MID. JEFFERSONS

12:30 NEWS

1AM CBS NEWS NIGHTWATCH

WHO TV 13 (NBC)

5AM MORNING AGRICULTURE REPORT

5:30 MORNING STRETCH

6AM NBC NEWS


6:30 NEWS

7AM TODAY

9AM LET'S MAKE A DEAL

9:30 CONCENTRATION

10AM JOAN RIVERS

11AM SANTA BARBARA

NOON NEWS

12:30 DAYS OF OUR LIVES

1:30 ANOTHER WORLD

2:30 GENERATIONS

3PM SALLY JESSY RAPHEAL

4PM OPRAH WINFREY

5PM NEWS

5:30 NBC NEWS

6PM NEWS

6:30 NIGHT COURT

7PM SISTER KATE

7:30 WORKING GIRL

8PM MOVIE "FLYING BLIND"

10PM NEWS

10:30 TONIGHT

11:30 LATE NIGHT WITH DAVID LETTERMAN

12:30 AFTER HOURS

1AM LATER WITH BOB COSTAS

1:30 NEWS
2AM JUDGE

KDSM TV 17 (FOX)

6AM POLICE ACADAMY

6:30 DICK TRACY

7AM TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES

7:30 JIM HENSONS MUPPET BABIES

8AM C.O.P.S.

8:30 DENNIS THE MENACE

9AM 700 CLUB

10AM GOLDEN GIRLS

10:30 BENSON

11AM EVERYDAY

NOON WIN, LOSE, OR DRAW

12:30 DIVORCE COURT

1PM A-TEAM

2PM LAVERNE & SHIRLEY

2:30 ROCKY AND BULLWINKLE

3PM SUPER MARIO BROS. SUPER SHOW!

3:30 CHIP N' DALE'S RESCUE RANGERS

4PM DUCKTALES

4:30 BRADY BUNCH

5PM MR. BELVEDERE

5:30 WEBSTER
6PM WHO'S THE BOSS?

6:30 CURRENT AFFAIR

7PM 21 JUMP STREET

8PM ALIEN NATION

9PM HIGHWAY TO HEAVEN

10PM WHO'S THE BOSS?

10:30 ARSENIO HALL

11:30 CURRENT AFFAIR

MID. MOVIE "THE CONQUEROR"

Retro: Charlotte/Pidemont Triad (7/27/1983)

Source: The Mount Airy News

WXII Channel 12 (NBC) Winston-Salem

7:00 Today (Bryant Gumbel/Jane Pauley)

9:00 Donahue

10:00 The Facts of Life

10:30 Big Valley [Not Shown on 12: $ale of The Century & Wheel of Fortune]

11:30 Dream House

Noon NewsCenter 12

12:30 Search for Tomorrow

1:00 Days of Our Lives

2:00 Another World

3:00
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Re: Retro: Charlotte/Pidemont Triad (7/27/1983)

Where's the rest? ???

Retro: Huntingdon, PA Tuesday, January 16, 1996

Source: Huntingdon Daily News

WMAR 2 - ABC Baltimore

3:30 AM - This Morning's Business

4:00 AM - Mike and Maty

5:00 AM - Hard Copy

5:30 AM - News (3x)

7:00 AM - Good Morning America

9:00 AM - Gordon Elliott

10:00 AM - Carnie

11:00 AM - Maury

12:00 PM - News

12:30 PM - The City


1:00 PM - All My Children

2:00 PM - One Life to Live

3:00 PM - General Hospital

4:00 PM - Montel Williams

5:00 PM - News

6:00 PM - News

6:30 PM - ABC World News Tonight

7:00 PM - Wheel of Fortune

7:30 PM - Jeopardy!

8:00 PM - Roseanne

8:30 PM - Hudson Street

9:00 PM - Home Improvement

9:30 PM - Champs

10:00 PM - NYPD Blue

11:00 PM - News

11:35 PM - Nightline

12:05 AM - Hard Copy

12:35 AM - A Current Afair

1:05 AM - America's Most Wanted: Final Justice

1:35 AM - EXTRA

2:05 AM - ABC World News Now

KDKA 2 - CBS Pittsburgh

4:00 AM - Murphy Brown

4:30 AM - Court TV: Inside America's Courts


5:00 AM - News

7:00 AM - CBS This Morning

9:00 AM - Ricki Lake

10:00 AM - Gordon Elliott

11:00 AM - The Price is Right

12:00 PM - News

12:30 PM - Young & the Restless

1:30 PM - Bold & the Beautiful

2:00 PM - As the World Turns

3:00 PM - Guiding Light

4:00 PM - Day & Date

5:00 PM - News (2x)

7:00 PM - CBS Evening News

7:30 PM - NHL Hockey: Pittsburgh Penguins vs. Colorado Avalanche

10:30 PM - Real Stories of the Highway Patrol

11:00 PM - News

11:35 PM - Late Show with David Letterman

12:35 AM - Late Late Show with Tom Snyder

1:35 AM - EXTRA

2:05 AM - Court TV: Inside America's Courts

2:35 AM - CBS Up to the Minute

WTAE 4 - ABC Pittsburgh

5:00 AM - News (4x)

7:00 AM - Good Morning America


9:00 AM - Regis & Kathie Lee

10:00 AM - Maury

11:00 AM - Sally

12:00 PM - News

12:30 PM - The Golden Girls

1:00 PM - All My Children

2:00 PM - One Life to Live

3:00 PM - General Hospital

4:00 PM - Oprah Winfrey

5:00 PM - News (3x)

6:30 PM - ABC World News Tonight

7:00 PM - Inside Edition

7:30 PM - Entertainment Tonight

8:00 PM - Roseanne

8:30 PM - Hudson Street

9:00 PM - Home Improvement

9:30 PM - Champs

10:00 PM - NYPD Blue

11:00 PM - News

11:30 PM - Nightline

12:00 AM - American Journal

12:30 AM - Rolonda

1:30 AM - Rush Limbaugh

2:00 AM - Donahue

3:00 AM - ABC World News Now


WTTG 5 - Fox Washington

5:00 AM - Gordon Elliott

6:00 AM - News

6:30 AM - News

7:00 AM - Morning News

9:00 AM - Gabrielle

10:00 AM - Gordon Elliott

11:00 AM - Jenny Jones

12:00 PM - News

12:30 PM - Mark Walberg

1:30 PM - The Golden Girls

2:00 PM - Fox Cubhouse

2:30 PM - Bobby's World

3:00 PM - Taz-Mania

3:30 PM - X-Men

4:00 PM - Adventures of Batman & Robin

4:30 PM - Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers

5:00 PM - Full House

5:30 PM - Fresh Prince of Bel-Air

6:00 PM - Roseanne

6:30 PM - Fresh Prince of Bel-Air

7:00 PM - The Simpsons

7:30 PM - Seinfeld

8:00 PM - Figure Skating: Rock 'n' Roll Championships


10:00 PM - News

11:00 PM - Married...with Children

11:30 PM - A Current Afair

12:00 AM - Cops

12:30 AM - M*A*S*H

1:00 AM - Jenny Jones

2:00 AM - Billy D

2:30 AM - Naturesleep

3:00 AM - Perry Mason

4:00 AM - The Beverly Hillbillies

4:30 AM - A Current Afair

WJAC 6 - NBC Johnstown

5:30 AM - Empty Nest

6:00 AM - NBC News at Sunrise

6:30 AM - News

7:00 AM - Today

9:00 AM - Little House on the Prairie

10:00 AM - Leeza (2x)

12:00 PM - News

12:30 PM - A Current Afair

1:00 PM - Days of Our Lives

2:00 PM - Another World

3:00 PM - Doogie Howser, M.D.

3:30 PM - Step by Step


4:00 PM - Baywatch

5:00 PM - Coach

5:30 PM - News (2x)

6:30 PM - NBC Nightly News

7:00 PM - Jeopardy!

7:30 PM - Wheel of Fortune

8:00 PM - Wings

8:30 PM - 3rd Rock from the Sun

9:00 PM - Frasier

9:30 PM - The John Larroquette Show

10:00 PM - Dateline NBC

11:00 PM - News

11:35 PM - The Tonight Show with Jay Leno

12:37 AM - Late Night with Conan O'Brien

1:36 AM - Later with Greg Kinnear

2:05 AM - NBC News Nightside

WGAL 8 - NBC Lancaster

5:00 AM - This Morning's Business

5:30 AM - NBC News

6:00 AM - News

7:00 AM - Today

9:00 AM - I Love Lucy

9:30 AM - Andy Griffith

10:00 AM - George & Alana


11:00 AM - Leeza

12:00 PM - News

12:30 PM - Tuesday Live

1:00 PM - Days of Our Lives

2:00 PM - Another World

3:00 PM - Maury

4:00 PM - Oprah Winfrey

5:00 PM - News (3x)

6:30 PM - NBC Nightly News

7:00 PM - Entertainment Tonight

7:30 PM - Hard Copy

8:00 PM - Wings

8:30 PM - 3rd Rock from the Sun

9:00 PM - Frasier

9:30 PM - The John Larroquette Show

10:00 PM - Dateline NBC

11:00 PM - News

11:35 PM - The Tonight Show with Jay Leno

12:37 AM - Late Night with Conan O'Brien

1:36 AM - Later with Greg Kinnear

2:05 AM - Gordon Elliott

3:05 AM - NBC News Nightside

WWCP 8 - Fox Johnstown

6:00 AM - Blinky Bill


6:30 AM - Aladdin

7:00 AM - Gargoyles

7:30 AM - Bobby's World

8:00 AM - Fox Cubhouse

8:30 AM - Garfield and Friends

9:00 AM - Bonkers

9:30 AM - Bananas in Pajamas

10:00 AM - Storytime

10:30 AM - Blossom

11:00 AM - Infomercials (until 1:00pm)

1:00 PM - 700 Club

2:00 PM - Highlander: The Animated Series

2:30 PM - VR Troopers

3:00 PM - Taz-Mania

3:30 PM - X-Men

4:00 PM - Adventures of Batman & Robin

4:30 PM - Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers

5:00 PM - Full House

5:30 PM - Fresh Prince of Bel-Air

6:00 PM - The Simpsons

6:30 PM - Roseanne

7:00 PM - Star Trek: The Next Generation

8:00 PM - Figure Skating: Rock 'n' Roll Championships

10:00 PM - News

11:00 PM - Rush Limbaugh


11:30 PM - America's Most Wanted: Final Justice

12:00 AM - Cops

12:30 AM - Williams TV

1:00 AM - Infomercial

1:30 AM - Gabrielle

2:30 AM - Of the air

WTAJ 10 - CBS Altoona

5:00 AM - This Morning's Business

5:30 AM - CBS News

6:00 AM - News

7:00 AM - CBS This Morning

9:00 AM - Regis & Kathie Lee

10:00 AM - Gordon Elliott

11:00 AM - The Price is Right

12:00 PM - News

12:30 PM - Young & the Restless

1:30 PM - Bold & the Beautiful

2:00 PM - As the World Turns

3:00 PM - Guiding Light

4:00 PM - Oprah Winfrey

5:00 PM - News

5:30 PM - Inside Edition

6:00 PM - News

6:30 PM - CBS Evening News


7:00 PM - Home Improvement

7:30 PM - Seinfeld

8:00 PM - The Client

9:00 PM - MOVIE: A Promise to Carolyn

11:05 PM - News

11:35 PM - Late Show with David Letterman

12:37 AM - Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn

1:37 AM - News

2:07 AM - Married...with Children

2:37 AM - CBS Up to the Minute

WPIX 11 - WB New York

5:30 AM - The Flintstones

6:00 AM - Blinky Bill

6:30 AM - Sailor Moon

7:00 AM - VR Troopers

7:30 AM - Animaniacs

8:00 AM - That's Warner Bros!

8:30 AM - Mighty Max

9:00 AM - Dinosaurs

9:30 AM - Doogie Howser, M.D.

10:00 AM - Charles Perez

11:00 AM - Swaps

11:30 AM - Real Stories of the Highway Patrol

12:00 PM - Rockford Files


1:00 PM - The Hogan Family

1:30 PM - Doogie Howser, M.D.

2:00 PM - Littlest Pet Shop

2:30 PM - Garfield and Friends

3:00 PM - Goof Troop

3:30 PM - Bonkers

4:00 PM - Aladdin

4:30 PM - Gargoyles

5:00 PM - Beverly Hills, 90210

6:00 PM - Full House

6:30 PM - Blossom

7:00 PM - Fresh Prince of Bel-Air

7:30 PM - Family Matters

8:00 PM - MOVIE: Critical Condition

10:00 PM - News

11:00 PM - Seinfeld

11:30 PM - Cheers

12:00 AM - Murphy Brown

12:30 AM - Coach

1:00 AM - The Honeymooners

1:30 AM - News

2:30 AM - Northern Exposure

3:30 AM - MOVIE: Code Name: Chaos

WBAL 11 - NBC Baltimore


5:00 AM - NBC News

5:30 AM - News

6:00 AM - News

7:00 AM - Today

9:00 AM - Regis & Kathie Lee

10:00 AM - Leeza

11:00 AM - Sally

12:00 PM - News

1:00 PM - Days of Our Lives

2:00 PM - Another World

3:00 PM - Jerry Springer

4:00 PM - Oprah Winfrey

5:00 PM - News

6:00 PM - News

6:30 PM - NBC Nightly News

7:00 PM - Inside Edition

7:30 PM - American Journal

8:00 PM - Wings

8:30 PM - 3rd Rock from the Sun

9:00 PM - Frasier

9:30 PM - The John Larroquette Show

10:00 PM - Dateline NBC

11:00 PM - News

11:35 PM - The Tonight Show with Jay Leno

12:37 AM - Murphy Brown


1:07 AM - The Golden Girls

1:37 AM - Late Night with Conan O'Brien

2:36 AM - Rush Limbaugh

3:06 AM - Donahue

4:06 AM - NBC News Nightside

WJZ 13 - CBS Baltimore

5:00 AM - Court TV: Inside America's Courts

5:30 AM - News

6:00 AM - News

7:00 AM - CBS This Morning

9:00 AM - Jenny Jones

10:00 AM - Geraldo

11:00 AM - The Price is Right

12:00 PM - News

12:30 PM - Young & the Restless

1:30 PM - Bold & the Beautiful

2:00 PM - As the World Turns

3:00 PM - Guiding Light

4:00 PM - Day & Date

5:00 PM - News (2x)

7:00 PM - CBS Evening News

7:30 PM - Entertainment Tonight

8:00 PM - The Client

9:00 PM - MOVIE: A Promise to Carolyn


11:00 PM - News

11:35 PM - Late Show with David Letterman

12:37 AM - Late Late Show with Tom Snyder

1:37 AM - Entertainment Tonight

2:07 AM - Infomercials (1 hr.)

3:07 AM - Court TV: Inside America's Courts

3:37 AM - CBS Up to the Minute

WQED 13 - PBS Pittsburgh

7:00 AM - Sesame Street

8:00 AM - Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

8:30 AM - Sesame Street

9:30 AM - Barney & Friends

10:00 AM - Shining Time Station

10:30 AM - Lamb Chop's Play-Along!

11:00 AM - Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

11:30 AM - The Puzzle Place

12:00 PM - Sesame Street

1:00 PM - Storytime

1:30 PM - The Big Comfy Couch

2:00 PM - Lamb Chop's Play-Along!

2:30 PM - Shining Time Station

3:00 PM - Barney & Friends

3:30 PM - Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

4:00 PM - Reading Rainbow


4:30 PM - Wishbone

5:00 PM - Where on Earth is Carmen Sandiego?

5:30 PM - Bill Nye the Science Guy

6:00 PM - Wild America

6:30 PM - Minority Business Report

7:00 PM - Newshour with Jim Lehrer

8:00 PM - Nova

9:00 PM - Frontline

10:00 PM - Louis Rukeyser's Money Guide

11:00 PM - Rock & Roll

12:00 AM - Of the air

WATM 23 - ABC Altoona

6:00 AM - ABC News (2x)

7:00 AM - Good Morning America

9:00 AM - George & Alana

10:00 AM - Tempestt

11:00 AM - Mike & Maty

12:00 PM - Infomercial

12:30 PM - The City

1:00 PM - All My Children

2:00 PM - One Life to Live

3:00 PM - General Hospital

4:00 PM - TBA

5:00 PM - Sally
6:00 PM - LAPD: Life on the Beat

6:30 PM - ABC World News Tonight

7:00 PM - Ricki Lake

8:00 PM - Roseanne

8:30 PM - Hudson Street

9:00 PM - Home Improvement

9:30 PM - Champs

10:00 PM - NYPD Blue

11:00 PM - News

11:35 PM - Nightline

12:05 AM - Real Stories of the Highway Patrol

12:35 AM - EXTRA

1:05 AM - Infomercial

1:35 AM - Top Cops

2:05 AM - Of the air

4:05 AM - ABC World News Now

WHAG 25 - NBC Hagerstown

4:00 AM - Shepherd's Chapel

5:00 AM - AgDay

5:30 AM - This Morning's Business

6:00 AM - Rush Limbaugh

6:30 AM - News

7:00 AM - Today

9:00 AM - Donahue
10:00 AM - Leeza (2x)

12:00 PM - Carnie

1:00 PM - Days of Our Lives

2:00 PM - Another World

3:00 PM - Jenny Jones

4:00 PM - Oprah Winfrey

5:00 PM - Inside Edition

5:30 PM - News (2x)

6:30 PM - NBC Nightly News

7:00 PM - Wheel of Fortune

7:30 PM - Jeopardy!

8:00 PM - Wings

8:30 PM - 3rd Rock from the Sun

9:00 PM - Frasier

9:30 PM - The John Larroquette Show

10:00 PM - Dateline NBC

11:00 PM - News

11:35 PM - The Tonight Show with Jay Leno

12:37 AM - Late Night with Conan O'Brien

1:36 AM - Later with Greg Kinnear

2:05 AM - Jerry Springer

3:05 AM - NBC News Nightside

WHTM 27 - ABC Harrisburg

5:00 AM - ABC News (2x)


6:00 AM - News

7:00 AM - Good Morning America

9:00 AM - Regis & Kathie Lee

10:00 AM - Sally

11:00 AM - Jenny Jones

12:00 PM - News

12:30 PM - The City

1:00 PM - All My Children

2:00 PM - One Life to Live

3:00 PM - General Hospital

4:00 PM - Montel Williams

5:00 PM - Roseanne

5:30 PM - News (2x)

6:30 PM - ABC World News Tonight

7:00 PM - Inside Edition

7:30 PM - American Journal

8:00 PM - Roseanne

8:30 PM - Hudson Street

9:00 PM - Home Improvement

9:30 PM - Champs

10:00 PM - NYPD Blue

11:00 PM - News

11:35 PM - Nightline

12:05 AM - Rush Limbaugh

12:35 AM - EXTRA
1:05 AM - Carnie

2:05 AM - Mike & Maty

3:05 AM - ABC World News Now

WOLF 38 - Fox Wilkes-Barre

5:00 AM - Sailor Moon

5:30 AM - Mighty Max

6:00 AM - Mutant League

6:30 AM - Gargoyles

7:00 AM - VR Troopers

7:30 AM - Bobby's World

8:00 AM - Aladdin

8:30 AM - Bonkers

9:00 AM - Littlest Pet Shop

9:30 AM - Bananas in Pajamas

10:00 AM - Dinosaurs

10:30 AM - Doogie Howser, M.D.

11:00 AM - Gabrielle

12:00 PM - Mark Walberg

1:00 PM - Carnie

2:00 PM - Infomercial

2:30 PM - Fox Cubhouse

3:00 PM - Taz-Mania

3:30 PM - X-Men

4:00 PM - Adventures of Batman & Robin


4:30 PM - Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers

5:00 PM - Full House

5:30 PM - Blossom

6:00 PM - Baywatch

7:00 PM - Home Improvement

7:30 PM - The Simpsons

8:00 PM - Figure Skating: Rock 'n' Roll Championships

10:00 PM - News

10:30 PM - America's Most Wanted: Final Justice

11:00 PM - Married...with Children

11:30 PM - Star Trek

12:30 AM - Coach

1:00 AM - Infomercials (1 hr.)

2:00 AM - Northern Exposure

3:00 AM - Of the air

WPMT 43 - Fox York

5:00 AM - Sailor Moon

5:30 AM - Highlander: The Animated Series

6:00 AM - Bananas in Pajamas

6:30 AM - Garfield and Friends

7:00 AM - Gargoyles

7:30 AM - Bobby's World

8:00 AM - Aladdin

8:30 AM - Bonkers
9:00 AM - Littlest Pet Shop

9:30 AM - Blinky Bill

10:00 AM - Fox Cubhouse

10:30 AM - Dinosaurs

11:00 AM - Doogie Howser, M.D.

11:30 AM - Coach

12:00 PM - Baywatch

1:00 PM - Mark Walberg

2:00 PM - VR Troopers

2:30 PM - Goof Troop

3:00 PM - Taz-Mania

3:30 PM - X-Men

4:00 PM - Adventures of Batman & Robin

4:30 PM - Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers

5:00 PM - Full House

5:30 PM - Blossom

6:00 PM - The Simpsons

6:30 PM - M*A*S*H

7:00 PM - Home Improvement

7:30 PM - Seinfeld

8:00 PM - Figure Skating: Rock 'n' Roll Championships

10:00 PM - News

10:30 PM - Cops

11:00 PM - Star Trek: The Next Generation

12:00 AM - Danny!
1:00 AM - Stephanie Miller

2:00 AM - Infomercial

2:30 AM - PMPM

3:00 AM - Gabrielle

4:00 AM - Hardy Boys

4:30 AM - Rescue 911

That's quite a lot of markets represented there; I'd love to

go around the dial and see the local news from each one.

Not knowing much about the geography of Pennsylvania

(other than where the major cities are), I'm assuming Huntingdon

is in the Johnstown-Altoona market, since all its channels seem to

be represented here.

What edition of TV Guide did they get?

In 1996, the TV guide edition they got for the Johnstown-Altoona market, was the TV Guide
Johnstown-Altoona edition.

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Re: Retro: Huntingdon, PA Tuesday, January 16, 1996

There's a show on WPIX called "Swaps". What was that about?

Also, what about "Naturesleep" and "Billy D" on WTTG?

-crainbebo

Was WHP-21 (CBS) Harrisburg not listed in this edition (even though the rest of the
Harrisburg/Lancaster/York "Big Four" was listed)?

That's right, the Huntingdon Daily News didn't include listings for these stations...

WLYH-15 (UPN)

WHP-21 (CBS)

WJAL-68 (WB)

"Swaps" was a short-lived dating game type show, as broken down here:
http://gameshowgarbage.com/ind142_swaps.html

Also, what about "Naturesleep" and "Billy D" on WTTG?

Infomercials?

Retro: Seattle/Tacoma, Sunday, Mar 5, 1995

Source: Seattle Times microfilm

CHANNELS
2 CBUT Vancouver (CBC)

4 KOMO Seattle [ABC]

5 KING Seattle [NBC]

7 KIRO Seattle [CBS] 8 days to the UPN switch.

9 KCTS Seattle [PBS]

11 KSTW Tacoma [IND] 8 days to flipping to CBS.

13 KCPQ Tacoma [Fox]

22 KTZZ Tacoma [WB]

28 KBTC Tacoma [PBS]

7AM

4 Captain Planet

5 Meet the Press

7 Sunday Morning

U.S. labor relations; U.s. publishers display their books in Havana for the first time in 35 years;
math and science more exciting for students; 60th anniversary of a New York jazz club; "Postcard
From Maine".

9 Sesame Street

11 Key of David

13 Kenneth Copeland

22 Chip 'N Dale

7:30

4 Front Runners

Eddie the dog ["Frasier"]; the Dilley sextuplets; skydiver Dale Stewart.

11 It Is Written
22 DuckTales

28 Kidsongs TV

8am

2 Cottage Country

4 Bob Vila's Home Again

Cabin: earth-friendly kitchen; storage; patio; landscaping.

5 News

9 Barney & Friends

11 F. Buntain (? probably some religious program)

13 Paid Program

22 Double Dragon

28 Sesame Street

8:30

2 Canadian Gardener

4 Gardening in America

Pruning climbing roses; healthier garden.

7 Music and the Spoken Word

9 Mister Rogers

11 Feed the Children

13 Paid Program

22 Thunderbirds

9am
2 Hymn Sing

4 News

7 Real Estate Classifieds

9 Magic School Bus

11 College Basketball

Georgetown at St. John's. (I suppose this was CBS-fed since 7 had syndicated first-run weekend
shows in the late morning at this time)

13 Paid Program

22 Double Dragon

28 Magic School Bus

9:30

2 Coronation Street

5 NBA Pregame

7 Home Tour

9 Newton's Apple

13 Pick Your Brain

22 King Arthur

28 Adventures of Dudley the Dragon

10am

5 NBA Basketball

Houston Rockets at San Antonio Spurs.

7 Hercules: The Legendary Journeys (odd timeslot on a Sunday morning)

Only a selfless act will gain the gods' pardon for condemned Iolaus [Michael Hurst].

9 Ghostwriter
13 Nick News

22 Iron Man

28 Club Connect

10:30

4 Auto Racing

Miami IndyCar Grand Prix.

9 When Doctors Get Cancer

Doctors afected by cancer discuss patient/physician relationship; narrator Jason Robards;


introduction by Dr. C Everett Koop.

13 Just News (?)

22 Fantastic Four

28 Victory Garden

11AM

2 50 Up

7 Marker

An obsessed fan stalks a volleyball player [Brittney Powell]; guest Wings Hauser.

11 College Basketball

Indiana at Michigan State.

13 World of National Geographic

Craftsmen restore Leningrad palaces, a turn-of-the-century carousel, an ancient ship and a


Duesenberg.

22 Phantom 2040

28 From a Country Garden


11:30

2 Alive!

9 Great Performances

22 Mega Man

28 Naturally Floral

Noon

2 Skiing

World Cup Freestyle Championships, from La Clusaz, France.

7 The Watcher

The manager of a model who killed herself sees opportunity when he meets her double; a man
uses his wife's telepathy to win at poker.

13 MOVIE

"The Rainmaker." [1956] Burt Lancaster, Katharine Hepburn. A huckster charms a small-town
Kansas spinster and ofers to end a dry spell for a fee.

22 What's Up

28 Peggy Harris

12:30

5 NBA Basketball

Phoenix Suns at Golden State Warriors.

9 Upon Reflection

Bill Smith.

22 Boogie's (?)

28 Joy of Painting
12:45

4 College Basketball

UCLA at Louisville.

1PM

7 Golf

Doral Ryder Open, final round, from Miami.

9 McLaughlin Group

11 National Easter Seals Celebration '95 (to 6PM)

22 California Dreams

28 Trailside

1:30

9 Editors (?)

22 Family Matters

28 Inn Country

2PM

2 Meeting Place

9 Straight Talk on Prostate Health

Dr. Peter T. Scardino discusses risks, detection and treatments for prostate diseases and sexual
dysfunction. (Probably full of pledge breaks!)

22 Wrestling Challenge (not sure which wrestling league)

28 University of Washington

2:30
13 Siskel and Ebert

"Man of the House," "Major Payne," "Wild Bunch."

28 Computer Chronicles

3PM

2 Sunday Arts & Entertainment

4 This Week with David Brinkley

5 Name Your Adventure

7 College Basketball

Washington vs. Washington State, from the Kingdome.

13 Bonanza

22 Blade Warriors

28 Sneak Previews

3:30

5 NBA Inside Stuf

28 Editors (?)

4PM

2 Country Canada

Animal-rights activists protest a drug made from pregnant mares' urine.

4 Magnum P.I.

Magnum searches for an aging wrestler's [Ernest Borgnine] son, whom his father has not seen
for over 30 years.

5 King of the Mountain

Olympic and world champion skiers from Canada, Austria, Switzerland and the United States
compete in downhill races, from Aspen, Colorado.

9 The Internet Show: Driver's Education for the Information Superhighway

John R. Levine and Gina Smith tell how to use the Internet.

13 MOVIE

"King Kong." [1976] Jef Bridges, Jessica Lange. An oil explorer, a zoologist and a shipwrecked
blonde return with a huge age who climbs the World Trade Center.

22 High-Five Challenge (sometimes I used to watch it when it aired on KONG/16 -- game show
was from Portland however.)

28 Business (who knows, probably not Nightly Business Report as it's Sunday.)

4:30

2 Performance!

22 Jack Hanna's Animal Adventures

28 Inside Money

5PM

2 Ear/Ground (?)

4 5 News

22 Star Search

28 Nomads of the Wind

5:30

2 Street Cents

4 ABC News

7 CBS News

9 MOVIE
"Help!" [1965] The Beatles, Leo McKern. John, Paul, George and Ringo are chased by religious
zealots seeking one of Ringo's rings. Directed by Richard Lester.

6PM

2 MOVIE

"Return to Oz." [1985] Fairuza Balk. Insomniac Dorothy escapes from a clinic to Oz, now a
disaster area with a bad king and sorceress. Part 1 of 2.

4 Town Meeting

Topic: Public transportation in Seattle.

5 NBC News

7 News

11 MOVIE

"The Doors." [1991] Val Kilmer, Meg Ryan. UCLA film student Jim Morrison finds a girlfriend,
forms a band and turns tragic 1960s rock star. Directed by Oliver Stone.

22 Space Precinct

6:10

28 Nomads of the Wind

The culture expands eastward from the Western Pacific Island groups of Fiji, Tonga and Samoa; a
Polynesian group develops a culture on Easter Island. Part 2 of 3.

6:30

5 Compton Report

7PM

2 The Road to Avonlea

4 America's Funniest Home Videos


Men break logs with their bodies; children at weddings; kayaker gafe.

5 Earth 2

Virtual reality distress signals indicate a mysterious woman is being stalked by a suspected
murderer.

7 60 Minutes

13 The Great Defender (Series Premiere)

A street-wise, flamboyant attorney [Michael Rispoli] takes a job with a conservative Boston firm.

22 Family Matters

7:30

4 America's Funniest Home Videos

Cranky baby responds to music; tot describes loss of bandage.

9 You Can't Do That! The Making of A Hard Day's Night

Interviews and film clips celebrate the 30th anniversary of "A Hard's Day Night"; host Phil Collins.

22 Fresh Prince of Bel-Air

8pm

2 The Gemini Awards

The Academy of Canadian Cinema and Television honors excellence in the industry, at the Metro
Toronto Convention centre; hosts Tina Keeper and Paul Gross.

4 Lois and Clark: The New Adventures of Superman

An award nomination creates a rift between Clark and Lois; strange sounds cripple the city and
Superman.

5 seaQuest DSV

While transporting a singer to perform for troops on a remote island, the seaQuest is trapped in
a pyramid beneath the Earth's crust.

7 Murder, She Wrote


Jessica's discovery that Cabot Cove's Revolutionary War hero was actually a traitor results in a TV
director's murder.

11 High Tide

Amnesiac murder witness Joey has a hitman after him.

13 The Simpsons

To boost its image, Springfield holds a film festival.

22 The Wayans Bros.

Shawn and Marlon are arrested for unpaid parking tickets.

8:30

13 The Critic

Jay hires a financially troubled single mother as his assistant.

22 The Parent 'Hood

Ambitious Robert [Robert Townsend] invites an obnoxious professor to dinner.

8:40

28 Nomads of the Wind

Polynesians continue to migrate north to Hawaii and New Zealand; Capt. Cook and other
European explorers disrupt Polynesian culture.

9PM

4 MOVIE

"What About Bob?" [1991] Bill Murray. A patient follows a pop psychiatrist on his vacation and
annoys him while charming his family.

5 MOVIE

"Cape Fear." [1991] Robert De Niro, Nick Nolte. A pumped-up, tattooed psychopath preys on a
Southern lawyer, his wife and his teen-age daughter. Directed by Martin Scorsese.
7 The 21st Annual People's Choice Awards

A viewer poll determines awards; hosts Annie Potts; Tim Daly; presenters George Clooney;
Courteney Cox; Dick Van Dyke; Kelsey Grammer; Tom Hanks; Holly Hunter; Michele Lee.

9 MOVIE

"A Hard Day's Night." [1964] The Beatles. John, Paul, George and Ringo spend 36 wild hours in
London.

11 Highlander

MacLeod suspects Kalas when Hugh Fitzcalm [Roger Daltrey] is blamed for murder.

13 Married...With Children

Jeferson's scheme to retrieve a valuable doll has Al spending the night with Marcy.

22 Unhappily Ever After

After Ross [Justin Berfield] breaks a mirror, he cuts of Mr. Floppy's foot for good luck.

9:30

13 Dream On

Martin's former wife calls on him for comfort.

22 Muscle

Guy [Brent Hinkley] still holds Garnet and Marshall [Michael Boatman, Alan Ruck]; Paretti
[Francis X. McCarthy] suspects Jane and Kent [Shannon Kenney, Dan Gauthier.]

10pm

2 Sunday Report

11 News

13 Northern Exposure

22 Sirens

Organized crime figures into a businessman's death; Amy is promoted.


10:25

2 Venture

11PM

2 4 7 News

13 Northwest Focus

22 It's Showtime at the Apollo

11:05

9 You Can't Do That! The Making of A Hard Day's Night

11 Coach

11:30/35

2 Auto Racing

Miami IndyCar Grand Prix.

4 MOVIE

"The Trouble with Spies." [1984] Donald Sutherland, Ned Beatty. A third-rate British spy is sent to
an island, unaware he is there to lure Soviet spies.

7 CBS News

11 University Hospital

Megan [Rebecca Cross] believes a psychiatric patient; Tracy [Hudson Leick] agrees to marry a
would-be immigrant; Jamie [Hillary Danner] convinces a couple to separate.

13 Siskel and Ebert (see 2:30)

11:40

5 News (Cape Fear ran late)


12AM/:05

7 Face the Nation

13 The Computer Man

Hawaii: laptop computers; home and business software.

22 Paid Program

12:15

5 George Michael Sports Machine

12:20

7 Entertainment Tonight

12:30/35

9 Mystery!

11 Robin's Hoods (short-lived 1994-1995 drama)

13 22 Paid Program

1AM

13 Paid Program

1:15

5 Super Dave

Ronnie Hawkins.
-crainbebo

Super Mario Bros. Super Show TV Listings.

Here are a list of stations that have aired the Super Mario Bros. Super Show from September
1989 to August 1991 that I know of:

WFXL Fox 31 - Albany, GA 3:30 PM

WXXA Fox 23 - Albany, NY 2:30 PM

KTBY Fox 4 - Anchorage, AK 8:00 AM

WATL Fox 36 - Atlanta, GA 5:00 PM

WNUV Ind 54 - Baltimore, MD 4:30 PM

WTTO Fox 21 - Birmingham, AL 7:00 AM

WFXT Fox 25 - Boston, MA 4:00 PM

KOCR Fox 28 - Cedar Rapids, IA 3:30 PM

WCCU Fox 27 - Champaign, IL 3:30 PM

WVAH Fox 11 - Charleston, WV 7:00 AM

WJZY Ind 46 - Charlotte, NC 4:30 PM

WFLD Fox 32 - Chicago, IL 2:30 PM

WIII Ind 64 - Cincinnati, OH 4:00 PM

WUAB Ind 43 - Cleveland, OH 4:00 PM

WTTE Fox 28 - Columbus, OH 4:00 PM

KDAF Fox 33 - Dallas, TX 3:00 PM

WXON Ind 20 - Detroit, MI 4:30 PM

KLSR Fox 25 - Eugene, OR 4:30 PM

WFFT Fox 55 - Fort Wayne, IN 2:30 PM

WOGX Fox 51 - Gainesville, FL 4:30 PM


WGBA Ind 26 - Green Bay, WI 2:30 PM

WHNS Fox 21 - Greenville, SC 6:00 AM

WYED Ind 17 - Goldsboro, NC 3:00 PM

WPMT Fox 43 - Harrisburg, PA 3:00 PM

WTXX Ind 20 - Hartford, CT 4:00 PM

KRIV Fox 26 - Houston, TX 4:00 PM

WTTV Ind 4 - Indianapolis, IN 4:30 PM

WNFT Ind 47 - Jacksonville, FL 4:00 PM

WWCP Fox 8 - Johnstown, PA 3:30 PM

KSHB Fox 41 - Kansas City, MO 3:30 PM

WTTK Ind 29 - Kokomo, IN 4:30 PM

KVVU Fox 5 - Las Vegas, NV 7:00 AM

KTTV Fox 11 - Los Angeles, CA 4:00 PM

WDRB Fox 41 - Louisville, KY 2:30 PM

WGOT Ind 60 - Merrimack, NH 4:30 PM

WDZL Ind 39 - Miami, FL 3:30 PM

WVTV Ind 18 - Milwaukee, WI 4:30 PM

WJTC Ind 44 - Mobile, AL 4:00 PM

KCBA Fox 35 - Monterey, CA 7:00 AM

WFXI Fox 8 - Morehead City, NC 6:00 AM

WZTV Ind 17 - Nashville, TN 3:30 PM

WNYW Fox 5 - New York, NY 4:00 PM

KNOP NBC 2 - North Platte, NE 4:00 PM

KPTM Fox 42 - Omaha, NE 6:00 AM

WKCF Ind 68 - Orlando, FL 4:30 PM


WGBS Ind 57 - Philadelphia, PA 4:00 PM

KNXV Fox 15 - Phoenix, AZ 5:00 PM

WPGH Fox 53 - Pittsburgh, PA 3:30 PM

KPDX Fox 49 - Portland, OR 4:00 PM

WNAC Fox 64 - Providence, RI 6:30 AM

WKFT Ind 40 - Raleigh, NC 4:00 PM

KTXL Fox 40 - Sacramento, CA 3:30 PM

KXIV Ind 14 - Salt Lake City, UT 4:30 PM

KDNL Fox 30 - Saint Louis, MO 3:30 PM

KUSI Ind 51 - San Diego, CA ????

KTVU Fox 2 - San Francisco, CA 3:30 PM

KSTW Ind 11 - Seattle, WA 4:00 PM

KTTW Fox 17 - Sioux Falls, SD 4:00 PM

KREM CBS 2 - Spokane, WA 6:00 AM

WRSP Fox 55 - Springfield, IL 3:00 PM

WTTG Fox 5 - Washington, DC 4:30 PM

WTVX Ind 34 - West Palm Beach, FL 3:30 PM

KJTL Fox 18 - Wichita Falls, TX 3:30 PM

If you guys know of any other stations that aired The Super Mario Bros. Super Show, please reply
and post them here. Also if anything on the list is not right please correct me. I would really
appricate this.

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Re: Super Mario Bros. Super Show TV Listings.

Jackson (Miss.) Fox Affiliate WDBD 40 ran it at 4:30 p.m. I believe.

Why are you so obsessed with the Super Mario Bros. Super Show?

Because i'm a huge fan of the Super Mario Franchise, and have been so since I got my first
Nintendo, and I have always wanted to know what stations aired both the Super Mario Bros.
Super Show and Captain N and the Video Gamemasters which had the Adventures of Super
Mario Bros.3 and the Super Mario World cartoons included. I'm not obsessed with Mario in any
form or way. If you have any other listings for the Super Mario Bros. Super show that is not listed
above please post them here.

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Re: Super Mario Bros. Super Show TV Listings.

If you are looking for Captain N, it was on KTZZ in Seattle, c. 1991. I think it was 5 or 5:30pm.
-crainbebo

Anabate would you please look though all the September 1989 to August 1999 weekday
schedules that you have and post what time and channels did the Super Mario Bros. Super Show
air, i'd really appricate it.

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Re: Super Mario Bros. Super Show TV Listings.

SUPER MARIO BROS. SUPER SHOW AIRED FROM 1989-1991 IN IOWA :

KOIA (FOX 15) 3PM, 8AM

KDSM (FOX 17) 3PM, 6AM

KLJB (IND. 18) NOT AIRED

KJMH (FOX 26) 4:30PM, 2:30PM

KOCR (FOX 28) 4PM, 8AM


THE FIRST TIME IS FROM AUGUEST 1990 TV GUIDE, THE SECOND TIME IS FROM A MARCH 1991
TV GUIDE

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Re: Super Mario Bros. Super Show TV Listings.

And for a time in the 1990s, Univision aired a Spanish-dubbed version of this show in the
morning.

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According to the Central Pennsylvania Edition of TV Guide for November 24 1990, WOLF Fox 38
aired the Super Mario Bros. Super Show at 6:30 AM Monday-Friday. Also according to TV Guide
it says that: For programs on 56 Hazelton, see 38. Does that mean WWLF 56 programming
schedule is exactly the same as WOLF 38's?
Retro: Syracuse, NY - 03/20/1996

Wednesday, March 20, 1996

WSTM-TV NBC3

05:30AM NBC News at Sunrise

06:00AM News

07:00AM Today

09:00AM Sally

10:00AM Leeza

11:00AM Real Life

12:00PM News

12:30PM Rush Limbaugh

01:00PM Days of Our Lives

02:00PM Another World

03:00PM Jenny Jones

04:00PM Maury

05:00PM News

05:30PM Hard Copy

06:00PM News

07:00PM NBC News

07:30PM Entertainment Tonight

08:00PM JAG

09:00PM Dateline NBC

10:00PM Law & Order

11:00PM News
11:35PM The Tonight Show with Jay Leno

12:37AM Late Night with Conan O'Brien

01:36AM Later with Greg Kinnear

02:05AM NBC News Nightside

WTVH-TV CBS5

05:30AM CBS News

06:00AM News

07:00AM This Morning

09:00AM Paid Programming

09:30AM Paid Programming

10:00AM Gordon Elliott

11:00AM The Price is Right

12:00PM News

12:30PM Young & the Restless

01:30PM Bold & the Beautiful

02:00PM As the World Turns

03:00PM Guiding Light

04:00PM America's Funniest Home Videos

04:30PM Cheers

05:00PM News

06:00PM News

06:30PM CBS News

07:00PM EXTRA

07:30PM Cheers
08:00PM Dave's World

08:30PM The Nanny

09:00PM MOVIE: Home Song

11:00PM News

11:35PM Late Show with David Letterman

12:37AM Married...with Children

01:07AM Jerry Springer

02:07AM All News Night

02:37AM Late Late Show with Tom Snyder

03:37AM Montel Williams

04:37AM CBS Up to the Minute

WIXT-TV ABC9

05:00AM ABC News

05:30AM ABC News

05:55AM News

07:00AM Good Morning America

09:00AM Regis & Kathie Lee

10:00AM Geraldo

11:00AM George & Alana

12:00PM News

12:30PM The City

01:00PM All My Children

02:00PM One Life to Live

03:00PM General Hospital


04:00PM Oprah Winfrey

05:00PM News

05:30PM News

06:00PM News

06:30PM ABC News

07:00PM Wheel of Fortune

07:30PM Jeopardy!

08:00PM Ellen

08:30PM The Faculty

09:00PM Grace Under Fire

09:30PM Buddies

10:00PM PrimeTime Live

11:00PM News

11:35PM Nightline

12:05AM All News Night

12:30AM All News Night

01:00AM All News Night

01:05AM Lauren Hutton And...

01:35AM All News Night

02:05AM Mike and Maty

03:05AM ABC World News Now

WNYS-TV UPN43

06:00AM Sizzlin Sapphire

07:00AM Earring Showcase


08:00AM Angel Accents

09:00AM Everything Electric

10:00AM Foreign Accents

12:00PM Paid Programming

12:30PM Paid Programming

01:00PM Paid Programming

01:30PM Top Cops

02:00PM Richard Bey

03:00PM Mark Walberg

04:00PM Real Stories of the Highway Patrol

04:30PM Rescue 911

05:00PM Mighty Max

05:30PM Highlander: The Animated Series

06:00PM Blossom

06:30PM Step by Step

07:00PM A Current Afair

07:30PM America's Most Wanted: Final Justice

08:00PM The Sentinel

09:00PM Swift Justice

10:00PM Cops

10:30PM LAPD: Life on the Beat

11:00PM Richard Bey

12:00AM The Hitchhiker

12:30AM A Current Afair

01:00AM Video Jukebox


04:00AM Video Jukebox

WSYT-TV FOX68

05:00AM Empty Nest

05:30AM Sailor Moon

06:00AM Bananas in Pajamas

06:30AM Goof Troop

07:00AM Aladdin

07:30AM Bobby's World

08:00AM Gargoyles

08:30AM VR Troopers

09:00AM Bonkers

09:30AM Kenneth Copeland

10:00AM Gabrielle

11:00AM Ricki Lake

12:00PM Tempestt

01:00PM The Golden Girls

01:30PM Doogie Howser, M.D.

02:00PM Dinosaurs

02:30PM Jim Henson's Animal Show

03:00PM Taz-Mania

03:30PM Eek! Stravaganza

04:00PM Adventures of Batman & Robin

04:30PM Power Rangers Zeo

05:00PM Full House


05:30PM Roseanne

06:00PM Star Trek: The Next Generation

07:00PM Home Improvement

07:30PM The Simpsons

08:00PM Beverly Hills, 90210

09:00PM Party of Five

10:00PM News

10:35PM Seinfeld

11:05PM Northern Exposure

12:05AM Baywatch

01:05AM Paid Programming

01:35AM News

02:05AM MOVIE: Kid

04:00AM Kung Fu: The Legend Continues

What happened to WCNY 24 PBS?

I wasn't interested in Public Broadcasting.

Maybe YOU'RE not, but some of the other board members here are, like myself.

Yeah, I agree...either post the full listings or don't post them at all.

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Here's a question: What happened to the REPLY button? ???

It's at the bottom of the page.

Retro: Toronto & Hamilton, January 14 thru 19, 1961

Source: TV Guide, Lake Ontario edition

As this was the first full week that TV Guide listed the complete schedule of CFTO/9 Toronto
(which had signed on the air for its first regular programming the previous New Years Eve), I
thought it would be interesting to isolate only the Toronto market stations and give a glimpse of
what Canadian TV was like that early in the game. Although CFTO was officially an Independent
station (CTV wouldnt get cranked up until later that year), its significant that most of the
Stateside imports (nine of them) aired on CFTO were ABC series; ABC had held a minority stake
in CFTOs holding company until just before the station took to the air. Only two other CFTO
prime time shows, Route 66 and The Andy Griffith Show, would come from another U.S. network
(CBS). In addition to the Bufalo and Syracuse stations, and WICU-TV/12 in Erie, Pennsylvania, the
Lake Ontario edition also listed two other Ontario stations, CKVR-TV/3 Barrie and CKCO-TV/13
Kitchener; being CBC affiliates, most of their programming duplicated CBLT/6 Torontos schedule,
so I plan on posting those under a separate listing.

Each of the Toronto and Hamilton stations aired a lot of U.S. first-run imported series, often
running episodes before NBC, CBS or ABC would. Ive added the U.S. networks and nights for the
first-run episodes of these series to each such listing. Oddly, although CHCH-TV was (and
continues to be) a local-strength signal to the Toronto metropolitan area, it was programmed as
if Hamilton was a distinctly separate market, with CBC network programs being duplicated on
CBLT and CHCH-TV; in one case, episodes of the same syndicated series (Lock Up) were aired at
the same time on both CFTO and CHCH-TV.

And, yes, I was surprised as well to notice one major hit series was absent from all the schedules
here: NBCs Bonanza, which starred Lorne Greene (whose first broadcasting success came as the
CBCs main newscaster during the World War Two).

STATIONS

6 CBLT (CBC) Box 500, Terminal A, Toronto

9 CFTO (Independent) Box 9, Agincourt

11 CHCH-TV (CBC) 163 Jackson Street West, Hamilton

SATURDAY, JANUARY 14, 1961

MORNING

11:30

11 Joindre Les Deux Bouts

AFTERNOON

12:00

6 Live and Learn (educational)

9 News

11 Cartoons

12:15

9 Your Special Day

12:20

9 Farm Report (Larry Burt)


12:30

6 Movie (Sundown in Santa Fe, the Allan Rocky Lane 1948 Western)

9 Movie (Riders of the Northwest Mounted)

11 Movie (The Big Show, the Gene Autry 1937 Western, also featuring Smiley Burnette)

1:30

11 The Adventures of Robin Hood

2:00

6 All-Star Golf (Jimmy Demaret challenges last weeks winner; Jim Britt comments)

9 Movie (Thunderbirds, 1952 military drama, with John Derek)

11 Double Feature Movies (The Phantom Plainsmen, The Three Mesquiters Western, and Corpus
Christi Bandits, the Allan Rocky Lane Western)

3:00

6 Sports Special (Basketball game between the YMHA Blues and the University of Toronto; Steve
Douglas comments)

3:55

9 News (Iris Cooper)

4:00

6 Toronto Bowling (Keith Barrett challenges last weeks winner)

9 To Be Announced

11 Cartoons
4:30

9 Hi Time (Ted Curl hosts vocal duo The Dukes)

11 The Roy Rogers Show (Peril from the Past)

5:00

6/11 Long Haul (documentary about truck drivers Jim Dalawrack and Joe Ellison on a trip from
Vancouver to Calgary)

9 Hobby House (education)

5:30

6/11 Cartoon Party

EVENING

6:00

6 Speaking French (education)

9 News

11 The Ford Show with Tennessee Ernie Ford (Shari Lewis and her puppets Lamb Chop and
Charley Horse are the guests, and The Top Twenty chorus perform a medley of songs from Porgy
& Bess; NBC Thursdays)

6:15

9 Sports Interview (Johnny Esaw)

6:30

6 Mr. Fixit (Peter Whitall shows how to install shelves without nailing walls)

11 Father Knows Best (CBS Tuesdays)


6:45

6 News

7:00

6/11 Dennis the Menace (Dennis the Campaign Manager, the same episode CBS ran the
following night)

9 Guestward Ho! (ABC Thursdays)

7:30

6 Red River Jamboree (Stu Davis, Peggy Neville and The Altones perform)

9 The Jane Wyman Show (Preston Foster in Tunnel Eight)

11 Sea Hunt

8:00

6 Aquanauts (CBS Wednesdays)

9 Q.E.D. (Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt is tonights guest; Dr. Marcus Long and Rabbi Abraham Feinberg
are among the regular panellists)

11 Gunsmoke (CBS Saturdays)

8:30

9 King Ganam (music)

11 Jamboree (variety)

9:00

6/11 Hockey Night in Canada (Chicago Black Hawks at Toronto Maple Leafs; Bill and Foster
Hewitt comment)
9 Naked City (Theodore Bikel in Murder is a Face I Know; ABC Wednesdays)

10:00

9 Boxing (Paul Pender defends his World Middleweight Championship against British
Middleweight Champion Terry Downes at Boston Arena; Don Dunphy comments. This is picked
up live from ABC.)

10:15

6/11 Juliette (singer Jean Roger is this weeks guest)

10:45

6/11 King Whyte

11:00

6/9/11 News

11:15

9 Movie (The Harder They Fall, the 1956 drama in which Humphrey Bogart gave his final
performance. Somewhat ironic that CFTO would run this movie, about corruption in boxing, after
carrying the boxing match the previous hour.)

11:30

6 Manhunt

11 Movie (Call Northside 777, 1948 drama, starring James Stewart)

12:00

6 The Midnight Zone (variety)


SUNDAY, JANUARY 15, 1961

MORNING

9:00

11 Oral Roberts

9:30

11 This Is The Life

10:00

11 The Christophers (this weeks guest actor is Jerry Colonna)

10:30

11 Movie (to be announced)

AFTERNOON

12:00

6 Live & Learn

9 News

11 Cartoons

12:15

9 Your Special Day

12:30
6 Face to Face (John Freeman interviews Rhodesian Prime Minister Sir Roy Welensky)

9 Stories for Sunday (sports columnist Trent Frayne tells the story of The Prodigal Son)

11 Family Playhouse (Girl Not Wanted)

1:00

6 The Good Life (religion)

9 Grass Roots (agricultural magazine hosted by Doug Robinson)

11 Life & Learning (debut episode; leading Canadian educators are questioned on the role of
universities in Canadian society)

1:30

6/11 Country Calendar (agriculture)

9 Playhouse (Peter Lawford, Craig Stevens and Reginald Denny in Mason-Dixon Line)

2:00

6 Junior Magazine

9 Neighbors (Al Pierce)

11 Hockey (Kitchener Greenshirts at Hamilton Junior Bs)

2:30

9 Movie (The Great Dawn, 1946 Italian drama)

3:00

6 Heritage (religion)

3:30
6 Silents Please (a condensed edit of Yankee Clipper, the 1927 Cecil B. de Mille production; Ernie
Kovacs wouldnt become host of this series until after it replaced his game show Take a Good
Look on the ABC schedule the following May)

3:55

9 News (Iris Cooper)

4:00

6/11 The Twentieth Century (The Battle of Cassino; Interestingly, the CBC aired this CBS-
produced program 150 minutes before CBS itself would run it)

9 Playhouse (John Agar and Joan Leslie in Old Mans Bride)

4:30

6/11 Citizens Forum

9 Hockey (St. Catharines Teepees at Toronto Marlboros; Bill Hewitt and Johnny Esaw comment)

5:00

6/11 News Magazine

5:30

6 The Nature of Things

11 The Life & Legend of Wyatt Earp (ABC Tuesdays)

EVENING

6:00

6 Walt Disney Presents (Davy Crockett and The River Pirates, starring Fess Parker; ABC Sundays)

9 Great Hymns
11 Tiny Talent Time

6:30

9 News

11 The Donna Reed Show (ABC Thursdays)

7:00

6/11 National Velvet (NBC ran this episode one hour later)

9 Things We See (Alan Jarvis visits the studios of young artists Louis De Niverville, Lutz Dille and
Michael Snow)

7:30

6/11 The World of Music (Wally Koster hosts singer Patrice Munsel and vibraphonist Peter
Appleyard)

9 The Donna Reed Show (ABC Thursdays)

8:00

6/11 The Gershwin Years (Richard Rodgers hosts Frank Sinatra, Ethel Merman, Maurice
Chevalier, Julie London and Florence Henderson on this 90-minute special paying tribute to
George Gershwin. A CBC simulcast from CBS, on which it pre-empts The Ed Sullivan Show and
the first half-hour of General Electric Theater.)

9 Movie (All About Eve, the 1950 classic drama starring Bette Davis, Anne Baxter and Marilyn
Monroe)

9:30

6/11 Four Just Men

10:00
6/11 Angel (CBS Thursdays)

10:30

6 Fighting Words (panel discussion)

9 News

11 This Week (Jack Burghardt visits the National Youth Orchestra and interviews Toronto
Symphony conductor Walter Susskind)

11:00

6/11 News

9 Movie (Laughter in Paradise, 1951 British comedy, with Alastair Sim)

11:30

6 Time to Remember (Sir Ralph Richardson narrates this documentary about the Treaty of
Versailles and soldiers returning home at the end of World War One)

11 Movie (Rebecca, the 1940 Alfred Hitchcock adaptation of Daphne Du Mauriers novel, starring
Laurence Olivier, Joan Fontaine and George Sanders)

MONDAY, JANUARY 16, THROUGH THURSDAY, JANUARY 19, 1961

MORNING

9:00

11 Romper Room

9:30

11 Movie (Monday: Uncle Harry, 1945 mystery, with George Sanders; Tuesday: Double
Indemnity, 1944 classic noir, with Fred MacMurray and Barbara Stanwyck; Wednesday: Luck of
the Irish, 1948 comedy, with Tyrone Power; Thursday: That Lady in Ermine, 1948 drama, with
Betty Grable and Douglas Fairbanks, Jr.)
11:00

11 A.M. (variety)

AFTERNOON

12:00

9 News

11 Cartoons

12:15

6 News (Rae, Marsh)

9 Your Special Day

12:20

9 Farm Report (Larry Burt)

12:30

6 Movie (Monday: Twenty Million Sweethearts, 1934 musical, with Dick Powell and Pat OBrien;
Tuesday: Aunt Clara, 1953 British comedy, with Margaret Rutherford; Wednesday: Kathleen,
1941 drama, with Shirley Temple; Thursday: Dangerously They Live, 1941 World War Two spy
drama, with John Garfield and Raymond Massey)

9 Playhouse

12:45

11 News

1:00
9 Lunch Party (variety)

11 Movie (Monday: The Angel Who Pawned Her Harp, 1954 British fantasy, with Diane Cilento;
Tuesday: Tall, Dark and Handsome, 1941 drama, with Cesar Romero; Wednesday: Black Beauty,
1946 family classic, with Mona Freeman; Thursday: Straight, Place & Show, 1938 Ritz Brothers
comedy)

1:30

9 Womens Show (Carroll, Hicks)

2:00

6 Chez Helene (children)

9 Movie (Monday: Portrait of Claire, 1950 British drama, with Margaret Johnson; Tuesday: The
Loves of Carmen, 1948 drama, with Rita Hayworth and Glenn Ford; Wednesday: Laughter in
Paradise, repeating Sunday nights 11:00 movie; Thursday: Come to the Stable, 1949 drama, with
Loretta Young and Celeste Holm)

2:15

6/11 Nursery School Time

2:30

6/11 Open House

3:00

6/11 Reflections

3:30

6 The Verdict is Yours (CBC simulcast from NBC)

11 Public Service Guide


3:35

11 Music For You (Joe Calo)

3:55

9/11 News (Iris Casper on CFTO)

4:00

6 Eve Arden (Monday only)

6 Fighting Words (panel; Tuesday only)

6 Sweet Success (Jack Douglas; Wednesday only)

6 The Toronto File (Ed McGibbon; Thursday only)

9 Professors Hideaway

11 Popeye & Pals

4:30

6 Junior Roundup (except on Wednesday)

Retro: Seattle/Tacoma, Wednesday, Jan. 6th, 1993

Finally went back to the Bellevue Library and got some more microfilm printed out. Listings start
at 7am and go to 1am.

Seattle Times Microfilm

CHANNELS

2 CBUT Vancouver CBC

4 KOMO Seattle ABC


5 KING Seattle NBC

7 KIRO Seattle CBS

9 KCTS Seattle PBS

11 KSTW Tacoma IND

13 KCPQ Tacoma Fox

22 KTZZ Seattle IND

28 KBTC Tacoma PBS

7am

2 CBC Morning News

4 Good Morning America

Geraldine Chaplin; New Year's resolutions.

5 Today

7 This Morning

Carroll O'Connor ["In The Heat of the Night"]; Kathy Bates ["Used People"].

9 Barney & Friends

11 DuckTales

13 Stunt Dawgs

22 J.E.N.

7:30

9 Lamb Chop's Play-Along

11 Tom & Jerry

13 Merrie Melodies

28 Work It
8AM

9 Shining Time Station

11 DuckTales

13 Tom & Jerry

22 Paid Programming

28 Sesame Street

8:30

9 Mister Rogers

11 Camp Candy

13 Flintstones

9am

2 What on Earth

4 Regis & Kathie Lee

Monica Seles; John Forsythe; Roger Moore.

5 Days of Our Lives

7 Simon & Simon

9 Sesame Street

11 Little House on the Prairie

13 Family Feud Challenge (1 hour, preempted from CBS)

22 The 700 Club

The baby-bust generation.

28 Sit and Be Fit


9:30

2 Urban Peasant

28 French in Action

10AM

2 Fred Penner's Place

4 Home

Chef Viviana Caballo; home repair; botanical project.

5 Jerry Springer

A white student at a black school praises Afrocentric curriculum.

7 The Price is Right

9 Instructional Television

11 The Golden Girls

13 Vicki!

Guests: Ronna Reeves; Holly Dunn; Michelle Wright; Kathy Mattea.

22 Paid Programming (to noon)

28 Joy of Painting (likely, grid said Painting)

10:30

2 Mr. Dressup

11 Designing Women

28 Landscapes

11am
2 Sesame Street

4 On Scene: Emergency Response

Coast Guard rescue; auto and construction accidents.

5 Doctor Dean

Topic: cryonics.

7 Young and the Restless

11 Court (either Superior or People's)

13 Bonanza

An avaricious man attempt murder and false arrest to prevent his nephew (James MacArthur)
from inheriting the family ranch.

28 Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego?

11:30

4 Loving

5 Classic Concentration

11 Court (see 11am)

28 Reading Rainbow

Noon

2 4 All My Children

5 7 News

9 Nova

In a sequel to 1986's "The Case of the Frozen Addict," researchers seek a cure for paralysis in
addicts and Parkinson's disease.

11 In The Heat of the Night

"Brotherly Love." Tibbs is jailed in Philadelphia for murdering a cop; Bubba acts as Althea's
birthing coach.
13 Matlock

"The Vendetta." Convinced his brother was framed for murder, a psychopath takes Matlock's
associates hostage. Guest: Mitchell Lawrance.

22 Infatuation

28 Sesame Street

12:30

5 Closer Look/Faith Daniels

22 Divorce Court

1PM

2 Midday

4 One Life to Live

5 Another World

7 As the World Turns

9 Instructional Television

11 MOVIE

"The Delphi Bureau." [1972] Laurence Luckinbill, Celeste Holm. A secret agent uses his
photographic memory to solve a case of missing planes.

13 MOVIE

"Easy Come, Easy Go." [1967] Elvis Presley. A singing Navy frogman spots sunken treasure and
returns later with help to retrieve it.

22 Perry Mason

"The Case of the Blushing Pearls." A girl [Nobu McCarthy] is charged with stealing rose pearls,
then with murder. Guest: George Takei.

28 Newton's Apple
1:30

28 Shining Time Station

2PM

2 Coronation Street

4 General Hospital

5 Santa Barbara

7 Guiding Light

9 Drawing Fun

22 The Judge

28 Search & Seizure: The Supreme Court and the Police

Law-enforcement, legal and historical experts debate the Fourth Amendment as it relates to
individual privacy.

2:30

2 Alice

9 Sesame Street

22 Bewitched

3PM

2 Taxi

4 Northwest Afternoon

Psychic Sylvia Browne shares her predictions about the upcoming year.

5 Maury Povich

Topics: bulimic teens; teenagers who abuse inhalants.

7 Sally Jessy Raphael


Topic: defiant teens.

11 Inspector Gadget

13 Chip 'N Dale

22 Heathclif

28 Quilting in the '90s

3:30

2 WKRP in Cincinnati

9 Reading Rainbow

Tony helps his father make pizza.

11 Tom & Jerry

13 Tale Spin

22 Casper the Friendly Ghost

28 Strip Quilting

4PM

2 Video Hits

4 You Bet Your Life

5 Oprah Winfrey

"When your biggest problem is yourself."

7 Donahue

Male entertainers find success dressed as women.

9 Square One Television

11 Woody Woodpecker

13 Darkwing Duck
22 Jetsons

28 Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego?

4:30

2 Golden Girls

4 Family Feud

9 Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego?

11 Saved By The Bell

13 Goof Troop

22 Garfield & Friends

28 Square One Television

5PM

2 Empty Nest

4 5 7 News

9 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

11 Growing Pains

13 Tiny Toon Adventures

28 Nightly Business Report

5:30

2 CBC News

9 Nightly Business Report

11 Who's the Boss?

13 Batman
22 Captain N and the Video Game Masters

28 Emmerdale Farm

Amos suspects Seth of foul play; Kathy plays matchmaker.

6PM

2 News

4 ABC News

5 NBC News

7 CBS News

9 MacNeil, Lehrer NewsHour

11 Full House

13 C.O.P.S. (the problem is figuring out if this is the popular Fox police show, or if it's reruns of
the cartoon C.O.P.S. from the late 1980s)

22 Undersea World of Jacques Cousteau

The Calypso crew follows 35-ton California Gray Whales on their annual breeding migration.

28 One on One

6:30

4 5 News

7 Cosby Show

11 Wonder Years

13 Hard Copy

A teen hires an undercover policeman as a hit man.

28 Hometime

7PM
2 The Wonder Years

Kevin, Winnie and the Arnolds go out for New Year's Eve. (same episode as 8pm on KOMO, my
best guess is that CBUT took an East Coast ABC feed and tape-delayed it.)

4 Wheel of Fortune

5 Evening Magazine

7 News

9 An Evening of Championship Skating 1992

Nancy Kerrigan, Mark Mitchell, the Unified Team champions and others skate in Boston. Host:
Paul Wylie.

11 Cheers

13 Inside Edition

Scheduled: A woman is murdered before her sons' eyes.

22 Montel Williams

Topic: religious strippers.

28 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood - nowadays this would be considered an odd timeslot for PBS
members to have children's shows in (kids are eating dinner, going to bed etc in that hour)

7:30

2 Designing Women

4 Jeopardy!

5 Entertainment Tonight

Emilio Estevez.

7 Steve Raible

11 Golden Girls

13 A Current Afair

28 Shining Time Station

Schemer tries to frighten the others.


8pm

2 Nature of Things

Painter Gisele Benoit renders moose.

4 The Wonder Years

5 Unsolved Mysteries

Indiana man involved in love triangle dies violently; amnesiac appears at San Diego shelter; child
is taken from mother's hospital room.

7 Space Rangers (premiere)

Law enforcers in 2104 maintain order in space. With Linda Hunt, Jef Kaake, Marjorie Monaghan,
Jack McGee, Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa; Danny Quinn.

9 The Golden Apple Awards

A ceremony honors outstanding Washington teachers, volunteers and school districts.

11 MOVIE

"Lawman." [1971] Burt Lancaster. A marshal seeks justice in another marshal's town, run by a
corrupt rancher.

13 Beverly Hills, 90210

Steve falls in with a bad crowd; Dylan is still undecided; Brenda and Kelly go on blind dates.

22 Jenny Jones

Rapists reveal their secrets.

28 Video Cafe

A profile and performance features jazz fusion.

8:30

4 Doogie Howser, M.D.

Doogie has his third date with a nurse; Vinnie's roommate is gay.

28 New Directions
A boy thinks he has killed his grandmother.

9PM

2 Prime Time News

4 Home Improvement

Tim installs a remote-control closet; Brad thinks he's too big to be hugged.

5 Seinfeld

"The Movie." Jerry tries to coordinate two comedy appearances, and a movie with friends.

7 In The Heat of the Night

DeLong warns Gillespie about a carjacking victim, a lawyer [Linda Gehringer] who has taken a
romantic interest in Bubba.

9 Great Performances

Maggie Smith, Natasha Richardson and Rob Lowe take the lead roles in a revival of Tennessee
Williams' play.

13 Melrose Place

Jane's jealous sister [Laura Leighton] moves in; Jo [Daphne Zuniga] hears from her ex-husband.

22 Jane Whitney/NightTalk

Pregnant girl rejected as a homecoming queen.

28 America's At The Mall

Critics and shoppers discuss the origins, popularity, impact and future of shopping malls.

9:30

4 Coach

Hayden's part gets recast in a commercial with Christine. [Part 1 of 2]

5 Mad About You

"Maid About You." Paul and Jamie hire a Russian maid.


10PM

2 Emilie

Emilie and Ovila prepare for their wedding; Antoinette and Inspector Douville announce their
engagement.

4 Civil Wars

Charlie is jailed because of a dispute over a traffic ticket; cocaine figures into a divorce case;
clients accuse a business manager of fraud.

5 Law & Order

When a Broadway producer is accused of child molestation, a social activist [Joyce Van Patten]
abducts the daughter.

7 48 Hours

LSD rises in popularity among collegians.

13 Star Trek: The Next Generation

Data tries to comprehend the complex emotions between O'Brien and his bride [Rosalind Chao].

22 News (produced by KIRO 7)

28 Nightly Business Report

10:20

11 News (Lawman runs for 2 hours, 20 minutes)

10:30

9 Mark Russell

Highlights of live shows and a year-end summary.

22 Divorce Court

28 Emmerdale Farm

See 5:30pm. Sign of 11PM.


11PM

2 CODCO

SNAP ofers answers, then questions; Mr. Crumble ponders brain surgery in the U.S.

4 5 7 News

9 Open All Hours

Granville gets a crash course in salesmanship.

11 Married... With Children

13 Studs

22 Montel Williams

Topic: teens and sex.

11:30/35

2 Drop the Dead Donkey

Globelink faces staffing cuts; efficiency eforts cause chaos.

4 Nightline

5 Tonight Show

Dan Aykroyd; musicians Kenny G; Michael Stern.

7 Dangerous Curves (Canadian show?)

9 To The Manor Born

Richard forgets to invite Audrey to the Hunt Ball.

11 Designing Women

13 Arsenio Hall

Fred Rogers.
12AM

2 Star Trek

A silent girl [Kathryn Hays] must save the lives of Kirk, Spock and McCoy when aliens torture
them in an experiment.

4 Geraldo

Geraldo gets a make-over.

9 MacNeil, Lehrer News/Hour

11 Whoopi Goldberg Show

Robbie Robertson.

22 Infatuation

12:30/35

5 Late Night with David Letterman (and his last NBC episode was just six months later)

11 Love Connection

13 Star Search - 30 min weekday version

22 The Judge

12:40

7 Rush Limbaugh

1AM

2 MOVIE

"Son of Dracula." [1943] Lon Chaney, Jr. Count Alucard comes out of a lake in his coffin and
makes a Southern belle his bride.

4 Joan Rivers

7 22 Paid Program
9 Today's Japan

11 Love Connection

13 Perfect Strangers

-crainbebo

13 C.O.P.S. (the problem is figuring out if this is the popular Fox police show, or if it's reruns of
the cartoon C.O.P.S. from the late 1980s)

I would have to think it's the former; by now, the Fox series was in syndication, and the animated
show was either of the air, or revamped under the new name "Cyber C.O.P.S." on CBS Saturday
mornings.

Speaking of CBS...

7 Dangerous Curves (Canadian show?)

Nope - part of CBS' "Crimetime After Primetime" lineup - in its final months before David
Letterman came to the network.

By the by... What did 22 air at 5 PM - or did they air a full hour of "Garfield And Friends"?

Full hour of Garfield & Friends (4:30-5:30). Thanks for letting me know about Cops! (I get
confused since the police show doesn't use those dots like the C.O.P.S. cartoon in the 1980s
did...)

-crainbebo

7 Dangerous Curves (Canadian show?)


Nope - part of CBS' "Crimetime After Primetime" lineup...

Though it might have been produced and seen in Canada before CBS picked it up.

Retro: Seattle/Tacoma Mon, Aug 1, 1976

from Seattle Post-Intelligencer

All stations Seattle/Tacoma unless otherwise indicated

CBUT 2-CBC Vancouver

9:00 Mon Ami

9:30 Summer School

10:00 Friendly Giant

10:15 Mon Ami

10:30 Mr. Dressup

11:00 Sesame Street

noon Bob Switzer

12:55 News

1:00 In Britain Today

1:30 Portraits

2:00 All in the Family

2:30 Edge of Night

3:00 Take 30

3:30 Celebrity Cooks

4:00 Forest Rangers

4:30 Mr. Dressup


5:00 It's Your Choice

5:30 Partridge Family

6:00 Klahanie

6:30 Hourglass

7:00 Dick Van Dyke

7:30 Reach for the Top

8:00 Rhoda

8:30 Happy Days

9:00 All in the Family

9:30 Chico & the Man

10:00 Finlay & Company

10:30 VIP

11:00 The National

11:20 Summertime Weather

11:30 News

mid. Movie: TBA

KOMO 4-ABC

5:55 News

6:00 Viewpoint

6:30 Not for Women Only "The Pressure and Pleasures of Being a Teenager" (Hugh Downs is
joined by 20 high school students)

7:00 Good Morning America

9:00 News (Furness)

9:30 Bold Ones

10:30 Kukla, Fran & Ollie


11:00 Hot Seat

11:30 Family Feud

noon $20,000 Pyramid

12:30 All My Children

1:00 Ryan's Hope

1:30 One Life to Live

2:15 General Hospital

3:00 Edge of Night

3:30 Happy Days

4:00 Merv Griffin (LA psychologist Dr. William Rader joins Merv in a discussion of rape)

5:30 News (Brubaker/Levin)

6:00 ABC Evening News

6:30 News (Brubaker/Sandifer)

7:00 To Tell the Truth (a NYPD officer who trains and handles a bomb-sniffing dog/inventor of an
aerodynamic device)

7:30 Issues '76

8:00 Viva Valdez

8:30 Baseball: teams TBA

11:00 News (Levin)

11:30 Monday Night Special "Honeymoon Suite"

KING 5-NBC

6:10 With This Ring

6:25 Down to Earth

6:30 Children in Crisis

7:00 Today (news at 7:25/8:25)


9:00 Seattle Today

10:00 Cross Wits

10:30 Hollywood Squares

11:00 Fun Factory

11:30 Gong Show

11:55 Shape Up with Sparling

noon Celebrity Sweepstakes

12:30 Days of Our Lives

1:30 Doctors

2:00 Another World

3:00 Movie "The Man Who Understood Women"

5:00 Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman

5:30 News (Enersen/James)

6:00 News (anchors not listed)

6:30 NBC Nightly News

7:00 Truth or Consequences

7:30 Hollywood Squares

8:00 Cheerleaders (pilot)

8:30 Full House (pilot)

8:57 News Update

9:00 Joe Forrester

10:00 Jigsaw John

11:00 News (Enersen/James)

11:30 Tonight Show (Roy Clark guest hosts)

1:00 Tomorrow
CHEK 6-CBC/CTV Victoria

6:00 University of the Air

6:30 Kareen's Yoga

7:00 Canada AM

9:00 Daybreak

9:30 Ed Allen

10:00 Friendly Giant

10:15 Mon Ami

10:30 Mr. Dressup

11:00 John Barton

noon News

12:15 Ida Clarkson

1:00 Adam-12

1:30 Ironside

2:30 Edge of Night

3:00 Take 30

3:30 Celebrity Cooks

4:00 Flintstones

4:30 Mr. Dressup

5:00 That Girl

5:30 News (Berisof/Robertson)

6:00 News (Tony Parsons at CHAN; he currently works for CBUT, whose 6pm newscast is
simulcast by CHEK)

6:30 News (anchor not listed, probably from CHEK)

7:00 Cannon
8:00 Rhoda

8:30 Happy Days

9:00 All in the Family

9:30 Chico & the Man

10:00 Finlay & Company

10:30 VIP

11:00 The National

11:20 News (Berisof)

11:30 News (from CHAN)

mid. Movie "Jessica"

2:20 Movie "Ox Bow Incident" (bw)

KIRO 7-CBS

5:47 Farm News

6:00 Viewpoint (guest Washington State Agriculture Art McDonald)

6:30 Summer Semester

7:00 J.P. Patches

8:30 Captain Kangaroo

9:00 Price is Right

10:00 News (Lucas/Flowers)

10:30 Love of Life

10:55 CBS News

11:00 Young & the Restless

11:30 Search for Tomorrow

noon News (Lucas/Flowers)


12:30 As the World Turns

1:30 Guiding Light

2:30 Match Game

3:00 Tattletales

3:30 Dinah!

5:00 News (Harriott/Marriner)

5:30 News (anchors not listed)

6:00 CBS Evening News

6:30 Mike Douglas (co-host David Brenner/guests Lesley Ann Warren, Charles Durning, the
Tramps, Al & Tony Ragozzini, and Bill Evans)

7:30 $25,000 Pyramid

8:00 Rhoda

8:27 Bicentennial Minutes

8:30 Phyllis

9:00 All in the Family

9:30 Maude

10:00 Medical Center

11:00 News (Harriott/Marriner)

11:30 Mod Squad

12:30 Movie "Escape to Mindanao"

2:22 Movie "Plainsman"

CHAN 8-CTV Vancouver

6:00 University of the Air

6:30 Trouble with Tracy

7:00 Canada AM
9:00 Romper Room

9:30 Kareen's Yoga (CHAN production for CTV)

10:00 10 AM

10:30 It's Your Move

11:00 Jean Cannem

noon News

12:15 Definition

12:45 Movie "The Chairman"

2:30 Celebrity Dominoes

3:00 What's the Good Word?

3:30 Another World

4:30 Brady Bunch

5:00 FBI

6:00 News (Tony Parsons)

7:00 What is Truth? (Dr. Richard Hasselbac discusses cancer)

7:30 Headline Hunters (CTV's Front Page Challenge knockof, hosted by Jim Perry)

8:00 Undersea World of Jacques Cousteau (looking for the chambered nautilus of New
Caledonia)

9:00 Joe Forrester

10:00 Pig & Whistle (guests the Alexander Brothers)

10:30 Special (no other info listed)

11:00 CTV National News

11:20 News (Malcolm)

mid. Movie "Underworld: Portrait in Power"

1:30 Movie "Ghost Goes Gear"

2:40 Movie "I, the Jury"


KCTS 9-PBS

4pm Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

4:30 Sesame Street

5:30 Electric Company

6:00 Children in Crisis "Foster Care"

6:30 Zoom

7:00 Robert MacNeil Report

7:30 Crockett's Victory Garden

8:00 National Tennis Classic finals

11:00 Captioned ABC News

KSTW 11-Ind

6:45 News

7:00 CBS News (Rudd)

7:30 Mighty Hercules

8:00 Our Gang (Little Rascals)

8:30 Marine Boy

9:00 Romper Room

9:30 Calendar

10:00 700 Club (guest Mike Macaluso on how to fight porn)

11:30 Get Smart

noon My Favorite Martian

12:30 I Dream of Jeannie

1:00 Movie "Sabrina"


2:45 Cartoons

3:00 Porky Pig

3:30 Mickey Mouse Club

4:00 Flintstones

4:30 Jetsons

5:00 Leave It to Beaver

5:30 That Girl

6:00 Partridge Family

6:30 Bewitched

7:00 Love American Style

7:30 Adam-12

8:00 Ironside

9:00 FBI

10:00 News (Eddy/Blanchard)

10:30 Movie "Hanged Man"

KVOS 12-Ind/CBS Bellingham

5:50 and 6:20 Classroom

6:50 News (Haveman)

7:30 News (CBS?)

8:00 Frisky Frolics

9:00 Price is Right

10:00 Gambit

10:30 Love of Life

10:55 Woman's World


11:00 Young & the Restless

11:30 Dinah!

12:30 Mike Douglas

2:00 All in the Family

2:30 Match Game

3:00 Tattletales

3:30 Bewitched

4:00 Funorama

4:30 Batman

5:00 Merv Griffin

6:20 News

7:00 Let's Make a Deal

7:30 Owen Marshall

8:30 M*A*S*H

9:00 Medical Center

10:00 Movie "County Chairman" (bw)

11:30 Movie "Father's Little Dividend" (bw)

KCPQ 13-PBS

8:00 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

8:30 Villa Alegre

9:00 Sesame Street

10:00 Electric Company

10:30 Zoom

---
4:30 Lilias, Yoga & You

5:00 Sesame Street

6:00 Zoom

6:30 Carrascolendas

7:00 Romagnoli's Table

7:30 Robert MacNeil Report

8:00 Lowell Thomas Remembers (1959)

8:30 World Press

9:00 Richard Boone "Need of Valor"

10:00 At the Top (guests Freddie Hubbard on trumpet, and saxman Stanley Turrentine)

11:00 Captioned ABC News

KTPS 62-PBS

7pm Zoom

7:30 What to Barbecue

8:00 National Tennis Classic finals

Make that Monday, August 2, 1976.

Exactly, I didn't realize that until after I posted and signed out :P

Retro: Maine and New Hampshire Wed, July 31, 1968

from TV Guide-Northern New England edition

2 WLBZ-NBC Bangor

4 WBZ-NBC Boston
5 WABI-CBS Bangor

5b WHDH-CBS Boston

6 WCSH-NBC Portland

7 WEMT-ABC Bangor

7b WNAC-ABC Boston

8 WMTW-ABC Poland Spring

9 WMUR-ABC Manchester

10 WCBB-NET Augusta

11 WENH-NET Durham

12 WMEB-NET Orono (Bangor)

13 WGAN-CBS Portland

Morning

6:00

5b Summer Semester Education (c)

6:15

4 Sign-On Seminar (George Bass concludes a 2-part look at ancient Greek civilizations)

6:25

7b Farm & Market Report

6:30

5b Farming (c)

7b Understanding Our World Islam in the 7th Century


6:35

13 Summer Semester (c, same as ch 4 at 6am)

6:40

6 First Radio Parish Church

6:45

4 Daily Almanac (Chase, Kent)

5b We Believe (c)

6 Farm Market Report

6:55

2 US Agriculture Report

7b Dodo

7:00

2-4-6 Today (c; guests Adam Smith and Eleanor Touhey Smith...ch 4-6 air local news and weather
at 7:25 and 8:25)

5 Open Door

5b News (c)

7b Cartoons (Maj. Mudd)

7:05

5-5b-13 CBS News (c)


7:30

5 CBS News (c)

5b Bozo the Clown (c)

13 Cisco Kid (c)

7:45

8 Farm & Home (c)

7:55

5 Weather (Dick Reglin)

8:00

5-5b-13 Captain Kangaroo (c)

7b Dating Game (c)

8 Your Breakfast Serial

8:30

7b General Hospital (c)

8 Milton the Monster

9:00

2 Just for Kids

4 Jerry Williams (c)

5 Bozo the Clown

5b Romper Room (c)


6 Weekday (c)

7 Cartoons

7b Virginia Graham (c; guests Joan Rivers and Sue Anne Langdon)

8 Linus the Lionhearted

13 Bonnie Prudden (c; topic is the Order of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem)

9:15

5 Almanac (Mike Dolley)

9:30

2 Ed Allen (c)

5 Jack LaLanne (c)

5b Space Angel (c)

6 Zane Grey

7 Romper Room

7b Real McCoys First Date

8-9-13 Cartoons (c on 9)

10:00

2-4-6 Snap Judgment (c)

5-13 Candid Camera

5b Secret Storm (c)

7b Newlywed Game (c)

8 Bachelor Father

9 Loretta Young Slight Delay


10:10

7 Movie Tarzan"s New York Adventure

10:25

2-4-6 NBC News (c)

10:30

2-4-6 Concentration (c)

5-5b-13 Beverly Hillbillies (c)

7b-8-9 Dick Cavett (c)

11:00

2-6 Personality (c)

4 Read Your Way Up (c)

5-5b-13 Andy Griffith

11:30

2-4-6 Hollywood Squares (c)

5-5b Dick Van Dyke

13 Search for Tomorrow (c)

11:45

13 Guiding Light (c)


Afternoon

noon

2-6 Jeopardy! (c)

4-5b News (c; Chase and Scott on 4)

5-13 Love of Life

7-7b-9 Bewitched

8 Virginia Graham (c)

12:25

4 Weather (c, Don Kent)

5-13 News (Parkinson on 13)

5b CBS News (c)

12:30

2-6 Eye Guess (c)

4 Mike Douglas (c; guests George Segal, Buddy Rich, Bennett Cerf, Ruth Buzzi, Debbie Drake, and
Blanche Scarlett Phelps)

5-5b Search for Tomorrow (c)

7-7b-8-9 Treasure Isle (c)

13 Mike Douglas (c; guests Rossano Brazzi and Carolyn Jones)

12:45

5-5b Guiding Light (c)

12:55

2-6 NBC News (c)


1:00

2 Play a Day

5 Virginia Graham (c; guests Sylvia Miles and Nancy Guild)

5b Love of Life (c)

6 Swap Shop (c)

7-7b-8-9 Dream House (c)

1:25

5b Doctor's House Call (c)

1:30

2-6 Let's Make a Deal (c)

5-5b-13 As the World Turns (c)

7-7b-8-9 It's Happening (c)

1:55

7-7b-8-9 Children's Doctor (c)

2:00

2-4-6 Days of Our Lives (c)

5-5b-13 Love is a Many Splendored Thing (c)

7-8-9 Newlywed Game (c)

7b Movie Somebody Up There Likes Me


2:30

2-4-6 Doctors (c)

5-5b-13 House Party (c; guests Paul Rigby and Beverly Sanders)

7-8-9 Dating Game (c)

3:00

2-4-6 Another World (c)

5-5b-13 To Tell the Truth (c)

7-8-9 General Hospital (c)

3:25

5 News (Gordon Manuel)

5b-13 CBS News (c)

3:30

2-4-6 You Don't Say! (c)

5-5b-13 Edge of Night

7-8-9 One Life to Live (c)

4:00

2-4-6 Match Game (c)

5-13 Secret Storm (c)

5b Dr. Kildare Gravida One

7-8-9 Dark Shadows

7b Movie Powder River


4:25

2-4-6 NBC News (c)

4:30

2-6 Merv Griffin (c; guests Godfrey Cambridge, Jimmy Dean, Monti Rock III, Susan Strasburg,
Charlie Manna, and Joe Cuba's sextet)

4 Merv Griffin (c; guests Henry Morgan, Selma Diamond, Corbett Monica, Ron Carey, Sam &
Dave, and Syndee Balaber)

5 Whirlybirds Operation Blue Hen

7 Rocky & His Friends (c, aka Bullwinkle)

8 Bewitched (delay from noon)

9 Uncle Gus

13 Movie Bowery Batallion

4:45

10-12 Friendly Giant

5:00

5 Rawhide Inside Man

5b Burke's Law Terror in a Tiny Town (conclusion)

7 Movie Road to Zanzibar

8 News

10-12 Misterogers' Neighborhood

5:20
7b News (c; Bill Brooks)

5:30

7b-8 ABC News (c)

9 Panic The Amnesiac

10-12 What's News

Evening

6:00

2-4-5-5b-6-13 News (c on 4-5b-6-13)

7b Addams Family

8 Movie Garden of the Moon

9 ABC News (c)

10-12 TV in the Classroom

11 New Hampshire Weather

6:10

11 Classical Music

6:30

2-4-6 NBC News (c)

5-5b-13 CBS News (c)

7b McHale's Navy PT 73, Where are You?

9 News

10-12 Origami
11 Misterogers' Neighborhood

6:50

7 News (Paul Reynolds)

7:00

2 Flintstones

4 News (c)

5 Marshal Dillon (Gunsmoke)

5b Lawman The Bride

6 Death Valley Days The Courtship of Carrie Huntington (c)

7 ABC News (c)

7b F Troop (c)

9 Jim Backus

10-11 News (Louis Lyons; from WGBH)

12 Science Reporter

13 Movie When in Rome

7:15

10-11 Backgrounds

7:30

2-4-6 Virginian (c)

5-5b Lost in Space Fugitives in Space (c)

7-7b-8-9 Avengers Invasion of the Earthmen (c)


10-12 Book Beat (guest Colleen Moore)

11 Fires of Creation (pt 2)

8:00

10-11-12 News in Perspective (c)

8:30

5-5b-13 Beverly Hillbillies (c)

7-7b-8-9 Dream House (c)

9:00

2-4-6 Kraft Music Hall (c; guests Shelley Berman, Peter Nero, Bobby Vinton, Spanky & Our Gang,
and Gerri Grange)

5-5b-13 Green Acres (c)

7-9 Movie The Big Gamble (c; Olympic preparations film follows)

7b Movie The Interns

8 Movie Beau Brummell

10-11-12 NET Festival Carmina Burana

9:30

5-5b He & She (c)

13 Truth or Consequences (c)

10:00

2-4-6 Run for Your Life The Killing Scene (c)

5-5b-13 Dom DeLuise (c; guests George Jessel, Kaye Hart, and the Three Degrees)
10-12 Newsfront

11 In Our Time (Maryland Democratic Sen. Joseph Tydings discusses crime in cities)

10:30

10-12 New Orleans Jazz Oh Didn't They Ramble

11:00

2-4-5-6-7-8-9-13 News (c on 4-5-6-13; Ed Williams anchors on 9)

11:15

7 News (c; Bill Brooks, Doherty, Ward)

11:20

9 People are Funny

11:30

2-4-6 Tonight Show (c)

5b Movie Waterfront

7-8 Joey Bishop (c; guests Norman Rockwell and Jerry Antes)

13 Movie Sword of the Conqueror

11:45

7b Joey Bishop (c and JIP)

Late Night
1:00

4 Movie Calypso Heat Wave

7b Twilight Zone

Retro: This Week in TV Guide, July 26, 1958

This week, a popular show asks who wants to be a millionaire, we see future stars before the
roles for which they're most remembered, and we take a look at how local TV stations used to
have an identity of their own.

http://www.itsabouttv.com/2013/07/th...y-26-1958.html

As always your comments, positive as well as negative, are welcome.

And now, the moment you've waited for - this week's listing.

Tuesday, July 29, 1958

KTCA, Channel 2 (Educ.)

Evening

06:45p Number of Things

07:00p Tempest in a Test Tube

07:30p French Lessons

08:00p Sense of Poetry

08:30p Science and Scientists

09:00p School of Medicine

09:30p Books and Ideas

10:00p Music and Man


10:30p Modern Art

KDAL, Channel 3, Duluth (CBS)

Morning

09:00a For Love or Money

09:30a Play Your Hunch

10:00a Arthur Godfrey

10:30a Dotto

11:00a Love of Life

11:30a Search For Tomorrow

11:45a Guiding Light

Afternoon

12:00p CBS News (Walter Cronkite)

12:05p Town and Country

12:30p As the World Turns

01:00p Beat the Clock

01:30p House Party

02:00p Big Payof

02:30p The Verdict Is Yours

03:00p A Brighter Day

03:15p Secret Storm

03:30p The Edge of Night

04:00p Bingo

05:00p Sir Lancelot

05:30p Mickey Mouse Club


Evening

06:00p News (local)

06:15p CBS News (Edwards)

06:30p Name That Tune

07:00p Mr. Adams and Eve

07:30p Keep Talking

08:00p Broken Arrow

08:30p 26 Men

09:00p Bid n Buy

09:30p Decoy

10:00p News (local)

10:15p Political Talk

10:20p Movie In Caliente

WCCO, Channel 4 (CBS)

Morning

07:00a Movie (Western)

08:00a Siegfried and His Flying Saucer

08:55a News

09:00a For Love or Money

09:30a Play Your Hunch

10:00a Arthur Godfrey

10:30a Dotto

11:00a Love of Life

11:30a Search For Tomorrow


11:45a Guiding Light

Afternoon

12:00p News (local)

12:15p Take Five

12:20p Weather

12:30p As the World Turns

01:00p Beat the Clock

01:30p House Party

02:00p Randy Merriman

02:30p The Verdict Is Yours

03:00p A Brighter Day

03:15p Secret Storm

03:30p The Edge of Night

04:00p Around the Town

04:30p Bugs Bunny

05:00p Axel and His Dog

05:30p Popeye Clubhouse

05:55p Weather, News, Sports (local)

Evening

06:15p CBS News (Douglas Edwards)

06:30p Name That Tune

07:00p Mr. Adams and Eve

07:30p Keep Talking

08:00p To Tell The Truth

08:30p Spotlight Playhouse


09:00p Bid n Buy

09:30p Mike Hammer

10:00p News (local)

10:30p Charter Boat

11:00p Movie The Human Monster

KXJB, Channel 4 (Fargo, ND0 (CBS)

Morning

08:45a News, Weather

09:00a For Love or Money

09:30a Play Your Hunch

10:00a Arthur Godfrey

10:30a Dotto

11:00a Love of Life

11:30a Search For Tomorrow

11:45a Guiding Light

Afternoon

12:00p Beat the Clock

12:30p As the World Turns

01:00p Funtime

01:15p News, Weather, Markets (local)

01:30p House Party

02:00p Susie

02:30p The Verdict Is Yours

03:00p A Brighter Day


03:15p Secret Storm

03:30p The Edge of Night

04:00p American Bandstand

05:00p Movie Thunder Mountain

Evening

06:00p News (local)

06:15p CBS News (Douglas Edwards)

06:30p Popeye

07:00p News, Weather, Sports (local)

07:30p Keep Talking

08:00p To Tell The Truth

08:30p Whirlybirds

09:00p Bid n Buy

09:30p Harbor Command

10:00p Mr. Adams and Eve

10:30p Name That Tune

11:00p News, Weather, Sports (local)

11:30p Movie TBD

12:55a News, Weather, Sports (local)

KSTP, Channel 5 (NBC)

Morning

06:30a David Stone (variety)

07:00a Today

09:00a Dough Re Mi
09:30a Treasure Hunt

10:00a The Price Is Right

10:30a Concentration

11:00a Tic Tac Dough

11:30a It Could Be You (color)

Afternoon

12:00p News

12:20p Treasure Chest

01:00p Lucky Partners

01:30p Haggis Baggis (color)

02:00p Today Is Ours

02:30p From These Roots

03:00p Queen For a Day

03:45p Modern Romances

04:00p My Little Margie

04:30p T.N. Tatters

05:00p Hi Fi-ve Time

05:45p NBC News (Huntley/Brinkley)

Evening

06:00p News (local)

06:20p You Should Know

06:30p Win With a Winner

07:00p The Investigator (color)

08:00p Dotto

08:30p Bob Cummings


09:00p The Californians

09:30p State Trooper

10:00p News (local)

10:30p Badge 714

11:00p Jack Paar

12:00a News, Weather, Sports (local)

WDSM, Channel 6 (Duluth, MN) (NBC)

Morning

07:00a Today

09:00a Dough Re Mi

09:30a Treasure Hunt

10:00a The Price Is Right

10:30a Concentration

11:00a Tic Tac Dough

11:30a It Could Be You (color)

Afternoon

12:00p News (local)

12:05p Movie Pride of the Marines pt 1

12:40p Party Line

01:00p Lucky Partners

01:30p Haggis Baggis (color)

02:00p Today Is Ours

02:30p From These Roots

03:00p Queen For a Day


03:45p Modern Romances

04:00p Hawkeye

04:30p Capt. Q

04:45p Capt. Daryl

05:25p Whirlybirds

05:55p Bugs Bunny

Evening

06:00p News (local)

06:15p NBC News (Huntley/Brinkley)

06:30p Win With a Winner

07:00p The Investigator (color)

08:00p Dotto

08:30p Bob Cummings

09:00p The Californians

09:30p Studio 57

09:45p Greatest Fighters

10:00p News (local)

10:15p Laurel and Hardy

10:45p Jack Paar

WDAY, Channel 6 (Fargo, ND) (NBC)

Morning

08:00a Today

09:00a Dough Re Mi

09:30a Treasure Hunt


10:00a The Price Is Right

10:30a Concentration

11:00a Tic Tac Dough

11:30a It Could Be You (color)

Afternoon

12:00p Noonday

12:05p Movie TBD

12:25p Markets, News, Weather (local)

12:40p Party Line

01:30p Haggis Baggis (color)

02:00p Today Is Ours

02:30p From These Roots

03:00p Queen For a Day

03:45p Modern Romances

04:00p Movie Stagecoach Buckaroo

05:00p Sir Lancelot

05:30p Mickey Mouse Club

Evening

06:00p News (local)

06:15p Sports

06:30p Wyatt Earp

07:00p The Investigator (color)

08:00p Dotto

08:30p Bob Cummings

09:00p The Californians


09:30p Keyboard Kapers

10:00p News (local)

10:30p Wagon Train

11:30p Jack Paar

12:00a News, Weather, Sports (local)

KMSP, Channel 9 (Ind.)

Afternoon

02:25p 25 Chapel of the Air

02:30p Mr. and Mrs. North

03:00p Play of the Week

03:30p Movie The Dark Man

05:30p Our Miss Brooks

Evening

06:00p Looney Tunes

06:30p Mickey Rooney

07:00p Movie (Western)

08:00p Combat Sergeant

08:30p Uncommon Valor

09:00p Movie Tomorrow the World!

10:30p News (local)

10:45p Sports (local)

11:00p Jazz Party

WTCN, Channel 11 ABC)


Morning

11:30a Film Short

11:45a Farm News

Afternoon

12:00p Lunch Club

01:00p Movie Treasure of the Sierra Madre

02:30p Star Performance

03:30p Who Do You Trust?

04:00p American Bandstand

05:00p Sir Lancelot

05:30p Mickey Mouse Club

Evening

06:00p News (local)

06:30p Cheyenne

07:30p Wyatt Earp

08:00p Broken Arrow

08:30p Pantomime Quiz

09:00p Sea Hunt

09:30p News (local)

09:45p Movie Chained

10:00p News (local)

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Re: Retro: This Week in TV Guide, July 26, 1958

Mitchell H.: Just a word to let you know how much I appreciate your TV Guide issue analysis
posts. They are

unique, really insightful and the links are great!

Here in Louisville, the four oldest stations all originated popular local variety, kids' and talk
programs from the late '40s through the late '70s, along with their news programming...I clearly
remember the days!

&quot;Well, Sherlock Holmes and Sam Spade ain&#039;t got nothing, chile on me...Sergeant
Friday, Charlie Chan or Boston Blackie...&quot;-Jerry Leiber, 1956

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Re: Retro: This Week in TV Guide, July 26, 1958

Two and a half weeks later, the quiz shows scandal exploded, and the first victim was "Dotto",
the daytime version of which was cancelled just seventeen days after the listings spotlighted at
the start of this thread.

"Dotto" was cancelled on Friday, August 15th, just hours after that day's edition had aired.
I'm not 100% sure, but "Dotto"'s nighttime version (which aired on NBC; in contrast to the
daytime show which was on CBS) may have been broadcast one last time on August 19th before
leaving the air.

Of course, what made this a big scandal was when the top-rated "Twenty One" got implicated
later that month when Herb Stempel, who lost to Charles VanDoren on that show, began talking.

I have heard an urban legend (I don't know if it's true) that "Twenty One" host/co-producer jack
Barry first heard of Stempel's accusations backstage of a Chicago nightclub, where he had just
performed his standup comedy act. According to this story, a friend or associate rushed in with
the "bulldog" edition of the next morning's paper, screaming a big headline: "Contestant:
'Twenty-One' Fixed; Top-Rated TV Game Show Rigged?"

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Re: Retro: This Week in TV Guide, July 26, 1958

Thanks for posting this. In future, though, please include the name of the market in the headline.

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Re: Retro: This Week in TV Guide, July 26, 1958


Quote Originally Posted by The King Bee

Mitchell H.: Just a word to let you know how much I appreciate your TV Guide issue analysis
posts. They are unique, really insightful and the links are great!

Thanks for the kind words, King Bee! I'm glad you enjoy reading them as much as I enjoy
researching and writing them! Ah, for the days of local programming, right?

Quote Originally Posted by Joseph_Gallant

Two and a half weeks later, the quiz shows scandal exploded, and the first victim was "Dotto",
the daytime version of which was cancelled just seventeen days after the listings spotlighted at
the start of this thread.

Timing is everything, isn't it? Interesting story about how Barry first learned of it - wonder how
we can find out if it really happened that way.

Quote Originally Posted by FredLeonard

Thanks for posting this. In future, though, please include the name of the market in the headline.

Boy, make one mistake and you pay for it the rest of your life! Of course, as most of the regular
readers know, I usually do that, though I overlooked it this time. There is, of course, further info
on the market in my linked article

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Re: Retro: This Week in TV Guide, July 26, 1958

Interesting how none of the three NBC affiliates listed carried Jack Paar's "Tonight" from the start
(10:15 p.m. CT), and NBC's Fargo affiliate skipped the first hour of "Today," signing on at 8 a.m.
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Re: Retro: This Week in the Minnesota/North Dakota TV Guide, July 26, 1958

Quote Originally Posted by TVNut noted:

Interesting how.......NBC's Fargo affiliate skipped the first hour of "Today," signing on at 8 a.m.

It probably didn't make financial sense for the KDAY-6 to sign-on prior to 8 A.M. CT, given that
the sign-of was shortly after 12 Midnight CT (12:05 or 12:10 A.M.?), and as such, two master-
control shifts would have covered the full broadcast day.

By this time, the hour of "Today" carried from 8 to 9 A.M. CDT/CST was likely a tape of the first
hour (7 to 8 A.M. EDT/EST) and was no longer a live "re-created" version of the first hour for the
Central Time Zone (and points further west).

Retro: Boston - Tuesday August 1, 1967

Source TV Guide, Eastern New England edition

2 - WGBH Boston (Educational)

04:00p Teacher Training Project

05:15p The Friendly Giant

05:30p Whats New

06:00p Folk Guitar Laura Webber


06:30p News Louis Lyons

06:45p News Robert Baram

07:00p Swedish Scene (color)

07:30p Elliot Norton discussion

08:00p Play of the Week Four by Tennessee Williams four separate plays introduced by
Williams himself

10:00p Struggle for Peace Chaos and Conflict

10:30p Cineposium author-critic Ruth Waterbury and film animator Les Goldman discuss two
cartoons, Who Bravely Dares and Be Yourself, by Sam Weiss

3 WTIC Hartford (CBS)

06:30a Summer Semester Comparative Politics: The Prime Minister

07:05a CBS News Joseph Benti (color)

07:30a R.F.D. #3 Atwood (color)

08:00a Captain Kangaroo

09:00a Hap Richards (color)

09:15a Wally Gator (color)

09:30a Make Room for Daddy

10:00a Candid Camera

10:30a Movie A Lawless Street 1955

12:00p Love of Life (color)

12:25p CBS News Joseph Benti (color)

12:30p Search for Tomorrow (color)

12:45p The Guiding Light (color)

01:00p Movie Hell and High Water part 2

01:30p As the World Turns (color)


02:00p Password (color)

02:30p House Party (color)

03:00p To Tell the Truth (color)

03:25p CBS News Douglas Edwards (color)

03:30p Dick Van Dyke

04:00p Ranger Andy (color)

04:30p Movie Conqueror of the Orient 1960 (color)

06:05p Sports Ehrlich (color)

06:15p News Bruce Kern (color)

06:25p Weather (color)

06:30p CBS Evening News Walter Cronkite (color)

07:00p Movie Target Unknown 1951

08:30p Spotlight variety; singer Trini Lopez, actor-impressionist Frank Gorshin, British musical-
comedy star Georgia Brown (color)

09:30p Petticoat Junction Billie Jo lands a singing job at a nightclub (color)

10:00p CBS News Special The Tenement (color)

May be preempted by a late-news show

11:00p News, Sports, Weather (color)

11:20p Movie Knock on any Door 1949

4 WBZ Boston (NBC)

06:15a Sign On Seminar The Actors Art: The Actor Must Listen

06:45a Daily Almanac Jack Chase, Don Kent

07:00a Today scheduled: TV Guide movie critic Judith Crist; Jack Webb and Harry Morgan of
Dragnet, and mystery writer Mickey Spillane (color); Local news and weather at 7:25, 8:25

09:00a Contact! Bob Kennedy


10:00a Snap Judgment guests: singer Paul Anka and TV personality Phyllis Newman (color)

10:25a NBC News Sander Vanocur (color)

10:30a Concentration (color)

11:00a Personality celebrities: Morey Amsterdam, Rose Marie and Nipsey Russell (color)

11:30a Hollywood Squares celebrities: Kay Ballard, Sandy Baron, Howard Duf, Noel Harrison,
Maureen OHara and Susan Strasberg (color)

12:00p News Jack Chase, Shelby Scott (color)

12:15p Interview Terry Carter (color)

12:25p Weather Don Kent (color)

12:30p Mike Douglas same guests as Ch. 12 @ 10a (color)

02:00p Days of Our Lives (color)

02:30p The Doctors (color)

03:00p Another World (color)

03:30p You Dont Say celebrities: Burt Ward and Deborah Walley (color)

04:00p The Match Game guests: ex-football great Y.A. Tittle and sportscaster Sandy Kofax
(color)

04:25p NBC News Floyd Kabler (color)

04:30p Merv Griffin guests: singers Aliza Kashi and Rod Perry, and comedian Rip Taylor

06:00p Leave It to Beaver

06:30p News Arch Macdonald, Gene Pell, Shelby Scott (color)

06:45p Sports Bob Starr (color)

06:55p Weather Norm Macdonald (color)

07:00p Huntley-Brinkley Report (color)

07:30p The Girl from U.N.C.L.E. The Petit Prix Afair (color)

08:30p Occasional Wife Peter gets engaged to another girl (color)

09:00p Movie That Certain Feeling 1956; Bob Hope, Eva Marie Saint (color)
11:00p News Duke Wade, Gene Pell (color)

11:10p Weather Norm Macdonald (color)

11:15p Sports Bob Starr (color)

11:20p News Duke Wade (color)

11:30p Johnny Carson guests: Guy Lombardo and the Royal Canadians (color)

01:00a Movie My Friend Flicka 1943

5 WHDH Boston (CBS)

06:00a Summer Semester Comparative Politics: The Prime Minister

06:30a Farming Joe Kelly (color)

06:45a We Believe religion (color)

07:00p News (color)

07:05a Bozo the Clown (color)

08:00a Captain Kangaroo Story: A Day of Your Own; poem: Music That I Like

09:00a Romper Room (color)

09:30a Morning Startime The Collar

10:00a Candid Camera

10:30a Beverly Hillbillies

11:00a Andy Griffith

11:30a Dick Van Dyke

12:00p Love of Life (color)

12:25p CBS News Joseph Benti (color)

12:30p Search for Tomorrow (color)

12:45p The Guiding Light (color)

01:00p Honey West


01:30p As the World Turns (color)

02:00p Password guests: the comedy team of Marty Allen and Steve Rossi (color)

02:30p House Party (color)

03:00p To Tell the Truth (color)

03:25p CBS News Douglas Edwards (color)

03:30p Edge of Night

04:00p The Secret Storm

04:30p Hollywood Showcase Out of the Night

05:00p Dr. Kildare

06:00p News Jack Hynes (color)

06:15p Sports Don Gillis (color)

06:25p Weather Bob Copeland (color)

06:30p CBS Evening News Walter Cronkite (color)

07:00p Mr. Roberts (color)

07:30p Big Bands music (the first half of Daktari is preempted)

08:00p Baseball Red Sox; the Kansas City Athletics meet the Red Sox at Fenway Park. Ken
Coleman, Ned Martin and Mel Parnell report (color)

Scoreboard immediately follows

(the second half of Daktari, Spotlight, Petticoat Junction and CBS News Special are
preempted)

11:00p News Peter Hyams (color)

11:15p Weather Bob Copeland (color)

11:20p Sports Don Gillis (color)

11:30p Burkes Law

12:30a Human Jungle


6 WTEV New Bedford (ABC)

06:15a BWana Don

06:45a News Jack Delaney

07:00a Funtime Uncle Bruce (color)

07:30a Hercules (color)

07:55a News Jack Delaney

08:00a Community Bob Bassett; Portugese folk singers from the Portugese Festival in New
Bedford are guests (Live)

08:25a News Jack Delaney

08:30a Woman Athena Parker

08:55a News Jack Delaney

09:00a Funtime Uncle Bruce (color)

09:55a News Jack Delaney

10:00a Highway Patrol

10:30a Dateline: Hollywood

10:55a Childrens Doctor advice (color)

11:00a Honeymoon Race (color)

11:30a Family Game

12:00p Everybodys Talking

12:30p Donna Reed

01:00p The Fugitive

02:00p Newlywed Game (color)

02:30p Dream Girl guests: Robert Colbert, Doug McClure, Ann Miller, Nipsey Russell (color)

02:55p ABC News Marlene Sanders (color)

03:00p General Hospital

03:30p Dark Shadows


04:00p Lassie

04:30p Hercules (color)

04:55p Dating Game (color; delayed from 4p)

05:20p News Truman Taylor

05:25p Weather Bill OBrien

05:30p ABC News Peter Jennings (color)

06:00p The Flintstones (color)

06:30p Sea Hunt

07:00p The Cisco Kid (color)

07:30p Combat! (color)

08:30p The Invaders Moonshot (color)

09:30p Peyton Place (color)

10:00p The Fugitive The Shattered Silence (color)

11:00p News Truman Taylor

11:15p Weather Bill OBrien

11:20p Sports Bob Bassett

11:30p Joey Bishop (color)

7 WNAC Boston (ABC)

06:25a Farm and Market Report

06:30a Understanding Our World Style Is the Man

07:00a Cartoons Major Mudd

08:00a Dream Girl celebrities: Sivi Aberg, James Drury, Tony Martin and Louis Nye (delayed
from 2:30p)

08:25a News (color)

08:30a Dating Game (delayed from 4p)


09:00a General Hospital (delayed from 3p)

09:30a Virginia Graham guests: singer Carmel Quinn, actress Beryle Reid and housewife Peggy
Fleming

10:00a Newlywed Game (delayed from 2p)

10:30a Dateline: Hollywood interviewed: Werner Klemperer of Hogans Heroes and actress
Meredith MacRae; hostess: Joanna Barnes

10:55a Childrens Doctor advice (color)

11:00a Honeymoon Race (color)

11:30a Family Game

12:00p Everybodys Talking guests: Judy Carne, Paul Lynde and Minnie Pearl; host: Lloyd
Thaxton

12:30p Donna Reed

01:00p The Fugitive

02:00p Movie The Skipper Surprised His Wife 1950

04:00p 77 Sunset Strip

05:00p Superman

05:15p Super Heroes (color)

05:45p News John Henning (color)

05:55p Weather Boucher (color)

06:00p ABC News Peter Jennings (color)

06:30p McHales Navy

07:00p Twilight Zone

07:30p Combat! A mine cave-in forces a group of wartime enemies to work together for
survival (color)

08:30p The Invaders Moonshot (color)

09:30p Peyton Place Chandler escapes; Norman and Rita ponder a drastically changed future;
Adrienne doubts that Peytons plan will work (color)
10:00p The Fugitive The Shattered Silence (color)

11:00p News John Henning (color)

11:20p Weather Fred Ward (color)

11:25p Sports Callaghan (color)

11:30p Joey Bishop guests: singer Tony Martin and actress Hermoine Baddeley (color)

01:00a Movie I Wake Up Screaming 1941

8 WNHC New Haven (ABC)

06:10a News

06:15a To Be Announced

06:30a Awake religion

07:00a Mr. Goober (color)

08:30a Mickey Mouse Club

09:00a Virginia Graham guests: TV personality Sue Oakland and Col. Elizabeth Hoisington,
director of the WACs.

09:30a Medic

10:00a PDQ game (color)

10:30a Dateline: Hollywood

10:55a Childrens Doctor advice (color)

11:00a Honeymoon Race (color)

11:30a Family Game

12:00p Mike Douglas (guests not listed)

01:30p Dating Game (color; delayed from 4p)

02:00p Newlywed Game (color)

02:30p Dream Girl (color)

02:55p ABC News Marlene Sanders (color)


03:00p General Hospital

03:30p Mr. Goober (color)

04:30p Mike Douglas same as channel 4 @ 12:30p (color)

06:00p News, Sports, Weather (color)

06:25p Outdoor World (color)

06:30p ABC News Peter Jennings

07:00p Twilight Zone

07:30p Combat! (color)

08:30p The Invaders Moonshot (color)

09:30p Peyton Place (color)

10:00p The Fugitive The Shattered Silence (color)

11:00p News, Weather (color)

11:20p Sports Dick Galiette (color)

11:30p Joey Bishop (color)

9 WMUR Manchester (ABC)

09:30a Clyde Joy music

10:00a Dating Game (color; delayed from 4p)

10:30a Dateline: Hollywood

10:55a Childrens Doctor advice (color)

11:00a News, Weather Ed Williams

11:30a Family Game

12:00p Everybodys Talking

12:30p Donna Reed

01:00p The Fugitive


02:00p Newlywed Game (color)

02:30p Dream Girl (color)

02:55p ABC News Marlene Sanders (color)

03:00p General Hospital

03:30p Dark Shadows

04:00p Uncle Gus

05:00p Science Fiction Theater

05:30p West Point

06:00p ABC News Peter Jennings (color)

06:30p News, Sports, Weather

07:00p Sea Hunt

07:30p Combat! (color)

08:30p The Invaders Moonshot (color)

09:30p Peyton Place (color)

10:00p The Fugitive The Shattered Silence (color)

11:00p News, Weather

11:15p Film Feature

11:30p Joey Bishop (color)

10 WJAR Providence (NBC)

06:25a TV Classroom

07:00a Today (color) local news and weather at 7:25, 8:25

09:00a Talk of the Town Jay Kroll (color)

09:25a News

09:30a World Around Us


09:55a News, Weather

10:00a Snap Judgment (color)

10:25a NBC News Sander Vanocur (color)

10:30a Concentration (color)

11:00a Personality (color)

11:30a Hollywood Squares (color)

12:00p Jeopardy (color)

12:30p Eye Guess (color)

12:55p Doctors House Call

01:00p Gypsy Rose Lee (color)

01:30p Lets Make a Deal (color)

01:55p NBC News Nancy Dickerson (color)

02:00p Days of Our Lives (color)

02:30p The Doctors (color)

03:00p Another World (color)

03:30p You Dont Say (color)

04:00p The Match Game (color)

04:25p NBC News Floyd Kabler (color)

04:30p Leave It to Beaver

05:00p Perry Mason

06:00p News Dick Wood (color)

06:25p Weather Bunny North (color)

06:30p Huntley-Brinkley Report (color)

07:00p McHales Navy

07:30p The Girl from U.N.C.L.E. The Petit Prix Afair (color)
08:30p Occasional Wife (color)

09:00p Movie That Certain Feeling 1956; Bob Hope, Eva Marie Saint (color)

11:00p News Franz Laubert (color)

11:10p Weather Bunny North (color)

11:15p Sports Chris Barnes (color)

11:30p Johnny Carson (color)

12 WPRO Providence (CBS)

06:30a Bible Telecourse

07:00a Three Stooges, Popeye

07:30a Romper Room (color)

07:45a The King and Odie

08:00a Captain Kangaroo

09:00a Dialing for Dollars (color)

10:00a Mike Douglas guests: Dom DeLuise, Edward Platt of Get Smart, singer Janice Harper
and guitarist Jean Toots Thielesmans (90 min)

11:30a Dick Van Dyke

12:00p Love of Life (color)

12:25p CBS News Joseph Benti (color)

12:30p Search for Tomorrow (color)

12:45p The Guiding Light (color)

01:00p Virginia Graham guests: Jessica Tandy, Marian Seldes and Rosemary Murphy

01:30p As the World Turns (color)

02:00p Password (color)

02:30p House Party (color)

03:00p To Tell the Truth (color)


03:25p CBS News Douglas Edwards (color)

03:30p Edge of Night

04:00p Superman

04:30p Merv Griffin guests: singers Aliza Kashi and Rod Perry, and comedian Rip Taylor

06:00p News Ed Kane (color)

06:15p Sports Chris Clark (color)

06:20p Weather Holland (color)

06:25p Outdoor World (color)

06:30p CBS Evening News Walter Cronkite (color)

07:00p Truth or Consequences (color)

07:30p Daktari Paula tries to take a lion cub away from its mother who refuses to feed it

08:30p Spotlight variety; singer Trini Lopez, actor-impressionist Frank Gorshin, British musical-
comedy star Georgia Brown (color)

09:30p Petticoat Junction Billie Jo lands a singing job at a nightclub (color)

10:00p CBS News Special The Tenement (color)

May be preempted by a late-news show

11:00p News Mort Blender (color)

11:15p Weather Hank Bouchard (color)

11:25p Sports Chris Clark (color)

11:30p Movie Fair Wind to Java 1953

14 WJZB Worcester (Ind) channel 14 does not colorcast

06:00p Highlights Tom Colton (from WWLP Springfield)

06:30p Huntley-Brinkley Report

07:00p News, Weather, Sports (from WWLP Springfield)

07:30p Sign-of (the 90 minutes nightly covered the license!)


38 WSBK Boston (Ind) secondary ABC/NBC/CBS

11:30a Jack LaLanne (color)

12:00p Jeopardy (color) NBC

12:30p Eye Guess (color) NBC

12:55p NBC News Edwin Newman (color) NBC

01:00p Ann Sothern

01:30p Lets Make a Deal (color) NBC

01:55p NBC News Nancy Dickerson (color) NBC

02:00p Movie Week-End Marriage 1932

03:30p Dark Shadows ABC

04:00p Mr. District Attorney

04:25p Willie Whistle

04:30p Soupy Sales

05:00p West Point

05:30p Cartoons

06:00p Mr. Piper cartoon

06:30p Cartoons

07:00p Alfred Hitchcock

08:00p Movie Sweetheart of the Gods 1960

10:00p M Squad

10:30p Movie Wonder Bar 1934

56 WKBG Boston (Ind)

11:30a Dickory Doc (color)


12:30p Planet Control space

01:00p Movie Mrs. Mike 1949

02:30p Jungle Jim

03:00p Captain Boston (color)

05:00p Astro Boy

05:30p Little Rascals

06:30p The Flintstones

07:00p Patty Duke

07:30p Truth or Consequences (color)

08:00p Movie Temple of the White Elephants 1963

10:00p Thriller

11:00p Movie Dangerous Hideaway 1962

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Re: Retro: Boston - Tuesday August 1, 1967

I believe WGBH-2 got it's first color studio cameras during the Fall of 1967, which would have
made it one of the first NET member stations to do so.

The one color program on Channel 2 that day was no doubt on film; WGBH had gotten the
capability to show color film in mid-1966.
In fact, I believe the first WGBH Auction in 1966 was originally intended as a one-time event to
raise funds to convert WGBH to "local-live/tape" color.

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Re: Retro: Boston - Tuesday August 1, 1967

In fact WGBX 44 was supposed to start as an all-color facility, but that didn't happen for some
years to come.

The listing I can't get over is the Sox game starting at 8pm. Games must have been shorter back
then!

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Quote Originally Posted by Maureen Carney commented:


The listing I can't get over is the Sox game starting at 8pm. Games must have been shorter back
then!

I don't think that was the reason. An 8:05 P.M. EDT start for weeknight games just seemed to be
the "norm" back then.

In fact, the old WHDH-5 even carrying a prime-time Boston Red Sox game was quite unusual
then. In the late 1960's, the station only carried about 50 regular-season games a year (increased
to between 56 and 60 games a year starting in 1968), and in the case of 1967 and previous years,
there were only a handful of prime-time telecasts each season.

Most Red Sox TV games back then were on weekend afternoons.

Ronin Warriors TV Listings

Here are a list of stations that have aired Ronin Warriors from June to September 1995 that I
know of:

WATL WB 36 - Atlanta, GA 2:30 PM

WLVI WB 56 - Boston, MA 2:30 PM

WTAT Fox 24 - Charleston, SC 1:30 PM

WFVT WB 55 - Charlotte, NC 3:00 PM

WCIU Ind 26 - Chicago, IL 8:00 AM

KTXA UPN 21 - Dallas, TX 6:00 AM

WXON WB 20 - Detroit, MI 6:00 AM

WPMT Fox 43 - Harrisburg, PA 10:30 AM

WTXX UPN 20 - Hartford, CT 4:00 PM

KTXH UPN 20 - Houston, TX 9:00 AM

WTTV UPN 4 - Indianapolis, IN 8:00 AM

WTTK UPN 29 - Kokomo, IN 8:00 AM


KCAL Ind 9 - Los Angeles, CA 7:30 AM

WCGV UPN 24 - Milwaukee, WI 6:00 AM

WPIX WB 11 - New York, NY 6:00 AM

WRBW UPN 65 - Orlando, FL 6:30 AM

KYOU Fox 15 - Ottumwa, IA 6:00 AM

WTXF Fox 29 - Philadelphia, PA 9:00 AM

WPTT UPN 22 - Pittsburgh, PA 9:30 AM

WLFL Fox 22 - Raleigh, NC 2:00 PM

KBHK UPN 44 - San Francisco, CA 9:00 AM

WTTA Ind 38 - Tampa, FL 6:30 AM

WDCA UPN 20 - Washington, DC 2:30 PM

WOLF Fox 38 - Wilkes-Barre, PA 1:30 PM

Markets that did not clear:

Des Moines, IA

Kansas City, MO??

Knoxville, TN

Spokane, WA

Tallahassee, FL

Tri-Cities. TN/VA

If you guys know of any other stations that aired Captain N and the Video Gamemasters, please
reply and post them here. Also if anything on the lists is not right please correct me. I would
really appricate this.
Retro: Northern Indiana, Tue. February 14th, 1989

Source: TV Guide (of eBay today!) For CST, subtract 1 hour.

CHANNELS

2 WBBM Chicago (CBS)

4 WTTV Indianapolis (IND)

5 WMAQ Chicago (NBC)

7 WLS Chicago (ABC)

9 WGN Chicago (IND)

11 WTTW Chicago (PBS)

15 WANE Fort Wayne (CBS)

16 WNDU South Bend (NBC)

21 WPTA Fort Wayne (ABC)

22 WSBT South Bend (CBS)

28 WSJV South Bend (ABC)

32 WFLD Chicago (Fox)

33 WKJG Fort Wayne (NBC)

34 WNIT South Bend (PBS)

39 WFWA Fort Wayne (PBS)

46 WHME South Bend (IND)

55 WFFT Fort Wayne (Fox)

5AM/

2 22 CBS News Nightwatch Continues


46 INN News-Brad Holbrook

5:30

4 INN News-Brad Holbrook

5 Liar's Club

7 Body by Jake

21 Morning Stretch

46 Ag Day

55 Headline News

5:50

28 NOAA Weather Service

5:55

9 Sign On

6AM

4 Yogi Bear

5 Sally Jessy Raphael (30min)

7 Oprah Winfrey

9 Kenneth Copeland

15 22 CBS News-Daniels/Osgood

16 33 NBC/Local News

21 ABC/Local News

28 ABC News-Sawyer/Zahn
46 Heritage Today

55 Rise with Shine

6:15

28 Good Morning Michiana

34 Firing Line

6:30

4 Gumby

5 Morning Stretch

9 Faith 20

15 This Morning's Business

22 News

28 ABC News-Sawyer/Zahn

39 Morning Agriculture Report

55 Popeye

6:45

34 39 AM Weather

7AM

2 This Morning's Business

4 G.I. Joe

5 NBC News-Deborah Norville

7 ABC/Local News
9 Archie Bunker's Place

11 AM Weather

15 22 This Morning

Scheduled: Author Michael Korda ["The Fortune"]; actress Ricki Lake ["Babycakes"].

16 33 Today-Gumbel/Pauley

Scheduled: The first year of marriage.

21 28 Good Morning America-Gibson/Lunden

Scheduled: Kirk Cameron and Julie McCullough ["Growing Pains"]; Robert Townsend ["The
Mighty Quinn."]

32 Plastic Man

34 Captain Kangaroo

39 Nightly Business Report

46 Larry Lea

55 Froggie's Pad (local?)

7:15

11 AM Weather

7:30

2 CBS News-Daniels/Osgood

4 Scooby Doo

5 News

9 JEM

11 For All Practical Purposes

32 Silverhawks

34 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood


39 Indiana Lawmakers

46 Fletcher Brothers

8AM

2 This Morning

4 Woody Woodpecker and Friends

5 Today

7 Good Morning America

9 Bozo

11 Captain Kangaroo

32 Woody Woodpecker

34 Sesame Street

39 Zoobilee Zoo

46 Lester Sumrall

55 DuckTales

8:30

4 Smurfs' Adventures

11 Sesame Street

32 Dennis the Menace

39 Captain Kangaroo

46 Jimmy Swaggart

55 Silverhawks

9am
4 Gimme a Break!

9 Smurfs' Adventures

15 22 Regis & Kathie Lee

Scheduled: Leslie Nielsen.

16 Santa Barbara

21 28 Phil Donahue

32 Flintstones

33 Wipeout

34 Body Electric

39 Sesame Street

46 LeSea Alive

55 Heritage Today

9:30

4 Carter Country

9 Gumby

11 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

32 My Little Pony 'N Friends

33 Super Password

Scheduled: Pat Carroll, Andrew Stevens.

10AM

2 15 22 Family Feud

4 Jefersons

5 16 33 Sale of the Century


7 Oprah Winfrey

Scheduled: Spouses vie for the title "Husband of the Year."

9 Dukes of Hazzard

11 Sesame Street

21 28 Sally Jessy Raphael (this is the 60-minute version, not the half hr version)

32 CHiPs

39 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

46 700 Club

55 Success N Life

10:30

2 15 22 Card Sharks

4 Sanford and Son

5 16 33 Concentration

34 Square One Television

39 Body Electric

11AM

2 15 22 Price is Right

4 Today in Indiana

5 16 33 Wheel of Fortune (daytime)

7 21 28 Home

9 Charlie's Angels

11 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

32 Phil Donahue
34 3-2-1 Contact

39 Frugal Gourmet

46 James Robison

55 Divorce Court

11:30

5 16 33 Win, Lose or Draw

11 Zoobilee Zoo

34 Joy of County Painting

39 Art of William Alexander and Lowell Speers

46 Richard Roberts

55 The Judge

Noon

2 Superior Court

4 Perry Mason

5 16 Super Password

7 28 Growing Pains

9 Geraldo

Scheduled topic: transsexuals.

11 Mathworks

15 21 22 33 News

32 Can This Marriage Be Saved? (what was this?)

34 International Cooking School

39 Wonderworks
55 Andy Griffith

12:15

11 Finding Our Way

12:30

2 15 22 Young and the Restless

5 16 33 Scrabble

7 21 28 Loving

11 Sesame Street

32 Three's Company

34 Computer Chronicles

46 Breakthrough

55 Love Connection

1PM

4 700 Club

5 16 33 Days of Our Lives

7 21 28 All My Children

9 News

32 Munsters BW

39 Great Performances

46 Success N Life

55 Dating Game
1:30

2 15 22 Bold and the Beautiful

11 Frugal Gourmet

Jef Smith turns a trash can into a grill to prepare barbecued chicken and spare ribs.

32 Batman

55 Relatively Speaking (this game show must have been short lived)

2PM

2 15 22 As the World Turns

4 I Dream of Jeannie

5 16 33 Another World

7 21 28 One Life to Live

9 Andy Griffith

11 Magic of Oil Painting

32 Too Close for Comfort

34 Austin City Limits

46 Lassie

55 Liar's Club

2:30

4 My Little Pony 'n Friends

9 Dick Van Dyke BW

11 Secret Intelligence

32 I Love Lucy BW

39 We're Cooking Now!


46 Yogi Bear

55 Bewitched

3PM

2 15 22 Guiding Light

4 Alvin and the Chipmunks

5 33 Santa Barbara

7 21 28 General Hospital

9 Leave it to Beaver BW

16 Smurfs' Adventures

32 I Dream of Jeannie

34 Zoobilee Zoo

39 Bill Moyers' World of Ideas

46 Jetsons

55 C.O.P.S. (cartoon)

3:30

4 Woody Woodpecker and Friends

9 Yogi Bear

11 The Kiss

16 Dennis the Menace

32 Popeye

34 39 Sesame Street

46 Ducktales (on a religious independent?)

55 Happy's Place (local WFFT show?)


4PM

2 Love Connection

4 Ducktales

5 Cagney & Lacey

7 Win, Lose or Draw

9 Bugs Bunny & Friends

15 Geraldo

16 Dif'rent Strokes

Arnold sneaks into a bar to see if it's true that his favorite teacher [Jayne Kennedy] moonlights
there as a scantily clad waitress.

21 22 Oprah Winfrey

Scheduled: Spouses vie for the title "Husband of the Year."

28 Superior Court

32 Super Sloppy Double Dare

33 Magnum P.I.

Everyone's too busy to hear Magnum's sure-fire tourism idea, especially T.C. [Roger E. Mosley],
whose son lands in jail after bending to peer pressure.

46 Alvin & The Chipmunks

4:20

11 Sesame Street

4:30

2 Divorce Court

4 Super Sloppy Double Dare


7 Jeopardy!

9 G.I. Joe

16 Gimme a Break!

The Kaniski family is still mourning the Chief's death and an uproar ensues when Jonathan
[Jonathan Silverman] suggests that he and Julie move into her dad's bedroom.

28 People's Court

32 Alvin & The Chipmunks

34 39 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

46 Fun House

5PM

2 People's Court

4 Dif'rent Strokes

5 7 News

9 C.O.P.S.

11 3-2-1 Contact

A lesson in wilderness survival.

15 On Trial

A case involving owners of a car dealership. (This must have also been short-lived)

16 Family Ties

After watching Mallory sufer through a string of disastrous dates, Alex [Michael J. Fox] is
convinced that he-and his computer-can find her the perfect boy friend.

21 Entertainment Tonight

Scheduled: Tom Hanks ["The Burbs"].

22 Win, Lose or Draw

From Jupiter, FL: Loni Anderson, Jason Bateman, Lynda Carter and Burt Reynolds.
28 Geraldo

32 Ducktales

33 Jeopardy!

34 39 Square One Television

A pollster learns that not every sample of people is representative of the general population.

46 Gomer Pyle USMC BW

Carter's trying for admittance to the Officer Candidate School. Carter: Frank Sutton.

55 New Gidget

Gidget [Caryn Richman] champions eforts to get a popular DJ back on the air.

5:30

2 5 News

4 Webster

9 Fun House

11 Degrassi Junior High

As a school dance approaches, Caitlin's crush on Joey [Pat Mastroianni] intensifies.

15 Current Afair

16 22 News

21 USA Today

Scheduled: The prescribing of Ritalin for hyperactive children; TV evangelists [Part 2].

32 Real Ghostbusters

33 People's Court

34 39 3-2-1 Contact

Topic: computer voice recognition.

46 Andy Griffith
55 Brady Bunch

Hero worship presents a problem: Bobby's idol is outlaw Jesse James.

6PM

2 News

4 Facts of Life

5 7 15 21 28 33 News

9 Facts of Life

When spring break arrives, the girls make plans to head for Fort Lauderdale - where the boys
are. Part 1 of two. Mindy Cohn.

11 World of Survival

32 Dif'rent Strokes

Dudley convinces Arnold that he'll strike up friendships at school if he starts smoking cigarettes.
Shavar Ross.

34 Indiana Lawmakers

39 MacNeil, Lehrer NewsHour

46 Wonderful World of Disney

Movie: "Charlie the Lonesome Cougar" [1967], conclusion. Charlie heeds the call of a female
cougar and returns to the wild.

55 Little House on the Prairie

6:30

4 Kate & Allie

5 16 33 NBC News

7 21 28 ABC News

9 WKRP in Cincinnati

11 34 Nightly Business Report


15 22 CBS News-Dan Rather

32 Family Ties

Conclusion. Rebecca [Melinda Culea] gets drunk at a cocktail party and insults the bank director.

7PM

2 CBS News

4 Geraldo

5 Inside Edition

7 News

9 Cheers

Sam [Ted Danson] wracks his brain to come up with a suitable place to pop the question after his
telephone proposal is put on hold.

11 34 MacNeil, Lehrer NewsHour

15 22 Wheel of Fortune

16 32 33 Cosby Show (syndicated reruns)

Clif takes Rudy and her playmates out for an elegant lunch, while Clair spends the day with her
sister [Yvette Erwin] and friends. Bill Cosby.

21 Cheers

Sam [Ted Danson] accidentally shoots himself in the derriere while disarming a jealous husband,
and concocts a story about thwarting a robbery to cover his embarrassment.

28 USA Today

Scheduled: The prescribing of Ritalin for hyperactive children, TV evangelists [Part 2].

39 Nightly Business Report

46 Kenneth Copeland

55 A-Team

Tawnia [Marla Heasley] asks the Team to find her fiance, who was last seen with an
archaeological expedition that was ambushed in Amazon territory. Part 1 of two.
7:30

2 Entertainment Tonight

5 USA Today

See 7PM WSJV.

7 Wheel of Fortune

9 Night Court

Dan "kidnaps" Mel Torme to keep him in the courthouse while Harry tries to prevent a friend
[John Astin] from being committed.

15 Win, Lose or Draw

See 5PM, WSBT 22.

16 Cheers

Conclusion. After winning a lottery, Irene [Bette Ford] breaks her engagement to Coach, who
stubbornly proceeds with the wedding plans.

21 Family Ties

22 Jeopardy!

28 Family Feud

Jimmie Walker, Phyllis Diller, Arleen Sorkin, Alaina Reed, Jayne Meadows, Jean Kasem. [Must
have been a celebrity week!]

32 A Current Afair

33 Newhart

An insurance investigator makes Kirk [Steven Kampmann] take a lie-detector test to back up his
robbery claim.

39 Wild America

46 James Robison

8PM
2 15 22 Tour of Duty

Goldman [Stephen Cafrey] ignores policy and leads the squad across the Cambodian border to
bring back a soldier who went after his friend's killers; and Percell and Taylor [Tony Becker,
Miguel A. Nunez Jr.] go of limits in Saigon with a French journalist who wants to prove a point
about American foreign policy.

4 Movie

"Escape from New York." [1981] Futuristic drama about a criminal [Kurt Russell] selected to
rescue a kidnapped President. Lee Van Cleef.

5 16 33 Matlock

Matlock [Andy Griffith] gets another shot at a case when a recently paroled client is again
accused of murdering his wife after she turns up alive and well and rich.

7 21 28 Who's the Boss?

Tony and Samantha's father-daughter ski weekend goes downhill when Tony [Tony Danza]
spends all his quality time with a ski bunny [Leann Hunley], while Angela and Jonathan's mother-
son weekend turns into a growth experience for both.

9 College Basketball

Boston College at Notre Dame.

11 Chicago Tonight with John Callaway

32 News

34 39 Nova

Reporter Bill Kurtis and physicist Richard Wilson travel "Back to Chernobyl" in the USSR to
examine history's worst nuclear accident. On April 26, 1986, two explosions rocked the
Chernobyl power plant in the Ukraine, releasing enough radiation to warrant the evacuation of
135,000. In addition, Kurtis says, radioactvie fallout fell on 20 nations. Expert interviewed
address the human-error factor.

46 Lester Sumrall

55 Movie

"Poltergeist II: The Other Side." [1986] The Freeling family is once again spooked by supernatural
forces in this inferior sequel to the 1982 blockbuster. JoBeth Williams.
8:30

7 21 28 Roseanne

The cause of Darlene's recent mood swings is no mystery to Roseanne [Roseanne Barr] but for
tomboy Darlene [Sara Gilbert] it means growing up and having to part with all her favorite
pastimes.

11 This Old House

Office floor and ceiling installation begins.

32 NBA Basketball

Atlanta at Chicago.

46 Way of the Winner

9PM

2 15 22 MOVIE

"Babycakes."

5 16 33 In the Heat of the Night

Joann [Lois Nettleton] says she's interested in a Louisiana prison break because one fugitive may
be a friend of a friend, but Gillespie [Carroll O'Connor] senses there's more to it than that.

7 21 28 Moonlighting

The detectives visit a graveyard to dig up more information on a client who was seeking a
bodyguard before he died while waiting in Maddie's office.

11 Nova

See 8PM for details.

34 39 Frontline

"Children of the Night" profiles a teenage runaway named Iain Brown,who committed suicide at
age 18. Iain's mother, a neighbor, friends and street counselors attempt to piece together why
Iain left his home in Walnut Creek, Calif., to live as a hustler on the street of Los Angeles and San
Francisco. Included: footage from a documentary produced before his suicide, in which Iain
ofers a perspective on his life; interviews with other teenage runaways, who discuss their
families, AIDS.
46 LeSea Alive

10PM

4 News

5 16 33 Midnight Caller

Jack's prodigal father [Peter Boyle] returns after an extended absence-all of Jack's adult life-and
Jack [Gary Cole] welcomes him back with mixed emotions. Meanwhile, Devon's emotions are
churning when she has a fierce argument with her father and he later sufers a heart attack.

7 21 28 thirtysomething

Gary and Susannah's love-hate relationship develops into an unexpected wrinkle when the arena
of conflict moves into the bedroom, while Nancy [Patricia Wetting] is getting her own wrinkles as
she struggles to meet her book deadline.

9 News

11 Frontline

See 9pm for details.

34 39 Ethics in America

"Public Trust, Private Interests" addresses issues facing public servants, including personal
misconduct, contributions from special-interest groups and "trading votes." Former UN
Ambassador Jean Kirkpatrick says that if she were President, she would not request the testing
of an advisor suspected of drug use because "it's very important to restore the fabric of trust in
our society." Regarding campaign money, Rep. Barney Frank [D-Mass.) says a politician has to
"be an ingrate" and not bow to pressure from contributors.

46 Dwight Thompson

55 Twilight Zone BW

In an old Western town, a man [John Denher] is bent on displaying his power to resurrect the
dead.

10:30

9 INN News-Brad Holbrook


55 Headline News

11PM

2 5 7 16 22 28 33 News

4 Barney Miller

9 Honeymooners BW

Ralph's in a dither: his mother-in-law is coming.

11 Ethics in America

See 10PM.

15 21 News (35min)

32 A Current Afair

34 Nightly Business Report

39 Indiana Lawmakers

46 Heritage Today

55 Hollywood Squares

Shadoe Stevens, Joan Rivers, Rolf Benirschke (wasn't he on NBC's Wheel of Fortune at this time
as well?) Thom Bierdz, JM J. Bullock, Teri Copley.

11:30

2 Pat Sajak

Scheduled: Diahann Carroll, Michael Feinstein, the Flying Karamazov Brothers. Dan Miller.

4 Barney Miller

5 16 33 Tonight Show

Scheduled guests: Sammy Davis Jr., Jason Bateman ["The Hogan Family"]. Johnny Carson.

7 28 Nightline

9 Hill Street Blues


Budget cutbacks force Furillo to ask his officers to volunteer their time to prevent a gang war;
Belker's preoccupation over his breakup with Robin [Lisa Sutton] afects his performance on the
job.

22 WKRP in Cincinnati

Andy [Gary Sandy] may have to leave WKRP when he rekindles his love for a touring rock star.

32 MOVIE

"My Bloody Valentine." [1981]

39 MacNeil, Lehrer NewsHour

55 Police Woman

Pepper [Angie Dickinson] infiltrates a college drug ring to pinpoint the source of a batch of lethal
downers.

11:35

15 A Current Afair

21 Barney Miller

A string of false alarms suggest that a sniper may be after a cop.

Midnight

4 Newlywed Game

7 Movie

"The Land That Time Forgot." [1975]

11 Making of a Continent

22 Pat Sajak

28 Entertainment Tonight

46 700 Club

12:05
15 Pat Sajak

21 Nightline

12:30

4 Dating Game

5 16 33 Late Night with David Letterman

Scheduled: Talk-show host Larry King, jockey Julie Krone and singer Etta James.

9 Movie

"The St. Valentine's Day Massacre." [1967]

28 USA Today

55 Best of Gleason

12:35

21 Arsenio Hall

Scheduled: Anita Baker; Rue McClanahan.

1AM

2 Arsenio Hall

4 MOVIE

"Busting." [1974]

11 Chicago Tonight with John Callaway

46 INN News-Brad Holbrook

1:30

5 16 33 Later with Bob Costas


11 Bergerac

22 Night Heat

32 Taxi

46 Lester Sumrall

1:35

21 USA Today

2AM

2 5 7 16 News (all rebroadcasts)

32 Countdown to Quitting: Stop Smoking-Commercial Program

33 Superior Court

46 Camp Meeting USA

2:30

2 Family Medical Center

5 The Judge

7 Movie BW

"Triple Justice." [1940] George O'Brien.

9 Think and Grow Rich-Commercial Program

11 Headline News (on a PBS station?)

16 Studio 16

22 CBS News Nightwatch-Charlie Rose

32 Movie BW

"Anna Karenina." [1935]


55 A Man Called Intrepid

3AM

2 Night Heat

See 1:30, WSBT.

4 Movie

"Yours, Mine and Ours." [1968]

5 Family Feud

9 INN News

46 Richard Roberts

3:30

5 MOVIE

"Love and Larceny." [1985]

9 Hogan's Heroes

4am

2 CBS News Nightwatch-Charlie Rose

7 Movie

"Two in the Dark." [1936]

9 Movie

"Fast Break." [1979]

46 Breakthrough

4:30
22 CBS News Nightwatch Continues

46 Jimmy Swaggart

55 Dukes of Hazzard

-crainbebo

Re: Retro: Northern Indiana, Tue. February 14th, 1989

7AM

55 Froggie's Pad (local?)

I recall reading on the WFFT Wikipedia entry that they had some local children's programming;
the title sounds familiar now that I think about it.

8AM

4 Woody Woodpecker and Friends

32 Woody Woodpecker

Was there a diference? Was one station showing strips while the other aired the canned
"Program Exchanged" version that was on the air by around this time?

I don't see a diference, both are 30 minutes.

-crainbebo

7AM

55 Froggie's Pad (local?)


I recall reading on the WFFT Wikipedia entry that they had some local children's programming;
the title sounds familiar now that I think about it.

"Froggie's Pad" and "Happy's Place" were indeed both local kid shows, and both ran well into the
90s.

6AM

46 Heritage Today

This was the former "PTL Club" under new management, after Jerry Falwell's group took it over
following Jim Bakker's arrest about a couple of years earlier.

Quote Originally Posted by crainbebo

2PM

46 Lassie

2:30

46 Yogi Bear

3PM

46 Jetsons

3:30

46 Ducktales (on a religious independent?)

4PM

46 Alvin & The Chipmunks


4:30

46 Fun House

5PM

46 Gomer Pyle USMC BW

5:30

46 Andy Griffith

6PM

46 Wonderful World of Disney

Movie: "Charlie the Lonesome Cougar" [1967], conclusion.

It was commonplace for LeSEA's stations to run secular family programming, including top-rung
material such as Disney and Chipmunks, on weekday afternoons, while leaving the rest to
"Jesus" (apart from INN's newscasts).

Retro: Washington-Baltimore Friday, January 29, 1971

From TV Guide, Washington-Baltimore Edition:

WMAR Ch. 2 Baltimore (CBS)

7 AM CBS News (John Hart)

8 AM Captain Kangaroo

9 AM Romper Room

9:30 News

9:40 Dialing For Dollars


10 AM To Tell The Truth

10:30 Beverly Hillbillies

11 AM Family Afair

11:30 Love Of Life

12 N Where The Heart Is

12:25 News (doesn't say if local or CBS; if CBS,

Douglas Edwards is the anchor)

12:30 Search For Tomorrow

1 PM Woman's Angle

1:30 As The World Turns

2 PM Love Is A Many Splendored Thing

2:30 Guiding Light

3 PM Secret Storm

3:30 Edge Of Night

4 PM Flintstones

4:30 Big Valley

5:30 Dragnet

6 PM News, Weather, Sports

6:30 CBS News (Walter Cronkite)

7 PM News, Weather, Sports

7:30 The Interns

8:30 The New Andy Griffith Show (he's a mayor

instead of a sherif)

9 PM CBS Movie: "The Rounders"

10:45 Apollo Preview (Apollo 14)


11 PM News, Weather, Sports

11:30 Movies: "Deadline U.S.A." and "The Man Who

Understood Women" (Merv Griffin airs Sunday

11:30 PM)

3 AM News

WRC Ch. 4 Washington, DC (NBC)

6:05 News

6:10 Faith In Life

6:20 Down To Earth

6:25 Education Exhange: "Know Your Heart"

6:55 Events 4 Washington

7 AM Today (Barbara Walters interviews Mrs. Spiro Agnew)

9 AM Mike Douglas (co-host Dick Shawn; Brenda Vaccaro,

Victor Buono, Charo)

10 AM Dinah's Place (Efrem Zimbalist Jr. talks about being a

vegetarian; Paul Blange prepares hussard (a meat dish)

and bananas fosters)

10:30 Concentration

11 AM Sale Of The Century

11:30 Hollywood Squares (James Brolin, Jan Murray, Vincent Price,

Lily Tomlin, Karen Valentine, Paul Lynde)

12 N Jeopardy!

12:30 Who, What Or Where


12:55 NBC News (Floyd Kalber)

1 PM News

1:30 Words And Music

2 PM Days Of Our Lives

2:30 The Doctors

3 PM Another World (then still called "Another World/Bay City")

3:30 Bright Promise

4 PM Somerset (then still called "Another World/Somerset")

4:30 Movie: "The Money Trap"

6 PM News, Weather, Sports

6:30 NBC News (this was the Chancellor/Brinkley/

McGee triumvirate)

7 PM News, Weather, Sports

7:30 Highlights Of The Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey Circus

(Jack Cassidy hosts from St. Petersburg, FL)

8:30 Name Of The Game

10 PM Strange Report

11 PM News, Weather, Sports

11:30 Tonight Show (Barbara Sharma of "Laugh-In")

1 AM Movie: "Don't Bother To Knock"

2:30 Faith And Life

2:45 Events 4 Washington

WTTG Ch. 5 Washington, DC (Ind.)


6:55 Today In Your Life

7 AM University Of Michigan

7:30 Banana Splits

8 AM Flintstones

8:30 Dennis The Menace

9 AM Hazel

9:30 Peyton Place

10 AM Truth Or Consequences

10:30 Movie Game (Robert Stack, Ruby Keeler,

George Peppard, Forrest Tucker)

11 AM You Don't Say! (Dina Merrill, Allan Sherman)

11:30 Galloping Gourmet

12 N Panorama

2 PM Movie: "The Green Glove"

3:30 Flintstones

4 PM My Favorite Martian

4:30 McHale's Navy

5 PM Star Trek

6 PM I Love Lucy

6:30 Petticoat Junction

7 PM Dick Van Dyke

7:30 Truth Or Consequences

8 PM To Tell The Truth (Kitty Carlisle, Peggy Cass,

Bill Cullen, Durward Kirby)

8:30 David Frost (photographer Alfred Eisenstaedt;


folk singer Odetta; Cleveland mayor Carl Stokes;

Chief Dan George ("Little Big Man"); guitarists

George Barnes and Danny Pizzarelli)

10 PM News, Weather, Sports

11 PM Perry Mason

12 M Combat!

WMAL (WJLA) Ch. 7 Washington, DC (ABC)

7 AM Lancelot Link, Secret Chimp (delay from Sat 9 AM)

8 AM Magic Door

9 AM Virginia Graham

10 AM Claire (don't know who this is; her guest is Ernest K.

Gann, author of "The Antagonist")

11 AM Bewitched

11:30 That Girl

12 N News, Weather, Sports

12:30 A World Apart

1 PM All My Children

1:30 Let's Make A Deal

2 PM Newlywed Game

2:30 Dating Game

3 PM General Hospital

3:30 One Life To Live

4 PM Dark Shadows
4:30 Gomer Pyle, USMC (pre-empted on Ch. 9,

delay from 4 PM)

5 PM Daniel Boone

6 PM News, Weather, Sports

6:30 ABC News (Howard K. Smith/Harry Reasoner)

7 PM What's My Line? (Arlene Francis, Meredith MacRae,

Gene Rayburn, Soupy Sales)

7:30 Brady Bunch

8 PM Nanny And The Professor (guest: Cesar Romero)

8:30 Partridge Family

9 PM That Girl

9:30 Odd Couple (Dr. Nancy Cunningham is introduced)

10 PM Love, American Style (Tiny Tim, Judy Carne, Robert Reed,

Anjanette Comer, Jerry Van Dyke, Ross Martin, Jack Klugman,

Ann Elder, Jack Cassidy, Yvonne Craig)

11 PM News, Weather, Sports

11:30 Dick Cavett (Brenda Vaccaro, Loretta Lynn, Kathy Huppe (discussing

her disqualification from the Miss America pageant))

WGAL Ch. 8 Lancaster, PA (NBC)

6:30 Country Music

7 AM Today

9 AM Mike Douglas (same as Ch. 4)

10 AM Dinah's Place
10:30 Concentration

11 AM Sale Of The Century

11:30 Hollywood Squares

12 N Jeopardy!

12:30 Noonday On 8

1 PM Dick Van Dyke

1:30 Words And Music

2 PM Days Of Our Lives

2:30 The Doctors

3 PM Another World

3:30 Bright Promise

4 PM Somerset

4:30 David Frost (same as Ch. 5)

6 PM News, Weather, Sports

6:30 NBC News

7 PM Truth Or Consequences

7:30 Highlights Of The Ringling Brothers and Barnum

& Bailey Circus

8:30 Name Of The Game

10 PM Strange Report

11 PM News, Weather, Sports

11:30 Tonight Show

1 AM News

WTOP (WUSA) Ch. 9 Washington, DC (CBS)


6 AM TBA

6:30 Spectrum

6:55 News

7 AM Harambee

8 AM CBS News

9 AM Captain Kangaroo

10 AM The Lucy Show (guest: Mickey Rooney)

10:30 Beverly Hillbillies

11 AM Family Afair

11:30 Love Of Life

12 N Where The Heart Is

12:25 News (with a local newscast at 1, I assume

this is CBS)

12:30 Search For Tomorrow

1 PM News

1:30 As The World Turns

2 PM Love Is A Many Splendored Thing

2:30 Guiding Light

3 PM Secret Storm

3:30 Edge Of Night

4 PM Wild Wild West (guest: Harvey Korman)

5 PM It Takes A Thief

6 PM News, Weather, Sports

7 PM CBS News
7:30 The Interns

8:30 The New Andy Griffith Show

9 PM CBS Movie: "The Rounders"

10:45 Apollo Preview

11 PM News, Weather, Sports

11:30 Movie: "House Of Dracula"

1 AM Movie: "Special Correspondent"

2:30 News

WBAL Ch. 11 Baltimore (NBC)

6:30 Learning To Read

7 AM Today

9 AM Hazel

9:30 Danny Thomas (pilot for "The Andy Griffith Show,"

where Danny is arrested for running a stop sign

in Mayberry)

10 AM Dinah's Place

10:30 Concentration

11 AM Galloping Gourmet

11:30 Hollywood Squares

12 N Jeopardy!

12:30 Who, What Or Where

12:55 NBC News

1 PM I Love Lucy
1:30 This Week's News

2 PM Days Of Our Lives

2:30 The Doctors

3 PM Another World

3:30 Bright Promise

4 PM Somerset

4:30 Wild Wild West

5:30 News, Weather, Sports

6 PM Duckpins And Dollars

6:30 NBC News

7 PM News, Weather, Sports

7:30 Highlights Of The Ringling Brothers and

Barnum & Bailey Circus

8:30 Name Of The Game

10 PM Strange Report

11 PM News, Weather, Sports

11:30 Tonight Show

1 AM News

WJZ Ch. 13 Baltimore (ABC)

6:15 Matter Of Pride (the philosophies of Langston Hughes,

Marcus Garvey, and educator Alain Locke)

6:45 Consumer Checkout

6:55 News
7 AM Cartoon Festival

8:30 Leave It To Beaver

9 AM Arnold Zenker (anyone remember when he subbed for

Cronkite during the AFTRA strike in 1967?)

10:15 Movie: "The Veils Of Bagdad"

11:30 That Girl

12 N News, Weather, Sports

12:30 A World Apart

1 PM All My Children

1:30 Let's Make A Deal

2 PM Mike Douglas (same as Ch. 4)

3:30 One Life To Live

4 PM Dark Shadows

4:30 David Frost (same as Ch. 5)

6 PM News, Weather, Sports

7 PM ABC News

7:30 Brady Bunch

8 PM Nanny And The Professor

8:30 Partridge Family

9 PM That Girl

9:30 Odd Couple

10 PM Love, American Style

11 PM News, Weather, Sports

11:30 Movie: "Track Of The Cat"

1 AM News
1:05 Dick Cavett (delay from 11:30 PM)

2:35 Christophers

WFAN (WFDC) Ch. 14 Washington, DC (Ind.)

3:30 Movie: "Frontier Outlaws"

5 PM Teenarama Party

6 PM Films

7 PM Community Roundtable

8 PM Checkpoint 14

8:30 Pantalla Pan Americana

9 PM Movie: "I Cover The Underworld"

sign of 10:30 PM

WBOC Ch. 16 Salisbury, MD (ABC/CBS/NBC)

network listings only

7 AM Today

9 AM Captain Kangaroo

10 AM The Lucy Show

10:30 Beverly Hillbillies

11 AM Family Afair

11:30 Love Of Life

12 N Where The Heart Is

12:25 CBS News


12:30 Search For Tomorrow

1:30 As The World Turns

2 PM Love Is A Many Splendored Thing

2:30 Guiding Light

3 PM Secret Storm

3:30 Edge Of Night

4 PM Somerset

6:30 CBS News

7:30 The Interns

8:30 The New Andy Griffith Show

9 PM CBS Movie: "The Rounders"

10:45 Apollo Preview

11:30 Tonight Show

WDCA Ch. 20 Washington, DC (Ind.)

11 AM Jack LaLanne

11:30 Our Gang

12 N Romper Room

1 PM Movie: "The Fuller Brush Girl" (Lucille Ball, Eddie

Albert, from '50)

3 PM Ultra Man

3:30 Spiderman

4 PM Little Rascals

4:30 Speed Racer


5 PM Munsters

5:30 Batman (Burgess Meredith as the Penguin)

6 PM Lost In Space

7 PM Get Smart

7:30 Here Come The Brides

8:30 Movie: "An Eye For An Eye" (watch for Ron Howard's

dad Rance, from '66)

10:30 Felony Squad

11 PM Hugh Hefner

12 M Movie: "Bang! Bang! You're Dead!"

WMET (WUTB) Ch. 24 Baltimore (Ind.)

12 N Bewitched (pre-empted on Ch. 13, delay from 11 AM)

12:30 Movie: "Magnificent Roughnecks"

2 PM Newlywed Game (pre-empted on Ch. 13)

2:30 Dating Game (pre-empted on Ch. 13)

3 PM General Hospital (pre-empted on Ch. 13)

3:30 Ladies' Day

4 PM Waterfront

4:30 News, Weather, Sports

5 PM Treehouse Club

5:30 Sports Talk (Lenny Moore)

sign of after this show


WHAG Ch. 25 Hagerstown, MD (NBC)

7 AM Today

9 AM Sesame Street

10 AM Dinah's Place

10:30 Concentration

11 AM Sale Of The Century

11:30 Hollywood Squares

12 N Jeopardy!

12:30 Who, What Or Where

12:55 NBC News

1 PM Generally Speaking

1:30 Words And Music

2 PM Days Of Our Lives

2:30 The Doctors

3 PM Another World

3:30 Bright Promise

4 PM Somerset

4:30 Steve Allen (George Jessel, actress Fifi

D'Orsay, singer Joe Williams)

6 PM News, Weather, Sports

6:30 NBC News

7 PM Porter Wagoner

7:30 Highlights Of The Ringling Brothers and

Barnum & Bailey Circus


8:30 Name Of The Game

10 PM Strange Report

11 PM News, Weather, Sports

11:30 Tonight Show

WETA Ch. 26 Washington, DC (PBS)

8 AM Sesame Street

9 AM Sesame Street

10 AM In-school programs

12 N Stock Market Report

1 PM In-school programs

2:30 Environment (topic: air pollution)

3 PM In-school programs

4 PM Sesame Street

5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

5:30 Hodgepodge Lodge

6 PM Newsroom

7 PM Wall Street Week

7:30 Book Beat (Nadine Gordimer discusses "A Guest Of

Honor," about the struggle for political and personal

freedom in South Africa)

8 PM Masterpiece Theatre: "The First Churchills," Part 3

9 PM Soul! (singer-composer Leon Thomas, singer Vivian Reed,

poet Don L. Lee, Louise Meriwether, author of "Daddy


Was A Number Runner")

10 PM Newsroom

11 PM San Francisco Mix (a couple traveling through California

and Nevada)

11:30 Course Of Our Times (U.S.-Japanese relations since World

War I)

sign of 12 M

WSBA (WPMT) Ch. 43 York, PA (CBS)

network programs and local newscasts only

7 AM CBS News

8 AM Captain Kangaroo

10 AM The Lucy Show

10:30 Beverly Hillbillies

11 AM Family Afair

11:30 Love Of Life

12 N Where The Heart Is

12:25 News (don't know if local or CBS)

12:30 Search For Tomorrow

1:30 As The World Turns

2 PM Love Is A Many Splendored Thing

2:30 Guiding Light

3 PM Secret Storm

3:30 Edge Of Night


6 PM News, Weather, Sports

6:30 CBS News

7:30 The Interns

8:30 The New Andy Griffith Show

9 PM CBS Movie: "The Rounders"

10:45 Apollo Preview

11 PM News, Weather, Sports

WMPB Ch. 67 Baltimore (PBS)

8 AM In-school programs

8:30 Communication Skills

9 AM In-school programs

10 AM Sesame Street

11 AM In-school programs

3:30 Communication Skills

4 PM Sesame Street

5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

5:30 Hodgepodge Lodge

6 PM Skiing (instructional)

6:30 Electric Game Farm (a discussion of ecology)

7 PM Wall Street Week

7:30 Strategy For Action (tutorial programs organized

by students from Morgan State College and

Johns Hopkins University)


8 PM Washington Week In Review

8:30 Jim Dale Reviews

9 PM Thirty Minutes

9:30 Maryland Weekend

10 PM Session '71

10:30 Flick Out (four films about women: "A Man And A Woman,"

"Face Junk," "Constance," and "Ruby")

11 PM San Francisco Mix

sign of 11:30 PM

Retro: Hartford November 15-16, 1958 - WTIC switch to CBS

Source: TV Guide New York City Metro edition

This edition did not carry listings for WHCT, the former CBS affiliate

Saturday November 15, 1958 last day as an independent

10:30a Kingdom of the Sea Speed, Spray and Spills

11:00a Hi-Time Wells

11:30a Genius education

12:00p Farm Report Frank Atwood; guest: Jean Colbert, radio commentator, discusses her
recent trip to Africa

12:30p The Cisco Kid

01:00p This is UConn Stretching the Food Dollar guest: Mildred Smith, consumer marketing
specialist

01:30p Flash Gordon The Breath of Death

02:00p Movie to be announced

03:00p Movie My Friend Flicka 1943


04:30p Movie North of the Rio Grande (Hopalong Cassidy movie)

05:30p Steve Donovan Decision at Noon

06:00p O. Henry Playhouse Girl

06:30p Capt. David Grief The Gun Runners

07:00p News Ed Anderson

07:15p Weather

07:20p Sports Bob Steele

07:30p Movie Down to Earth

09:25p Weather

09:30p Official Detective The Blind Man

10:00p Championship Bowling

11:00p Movie Bride of Frankenstein 1935

12:15a Laugh Theater

12:35a News and Weather

12:40a Moment of Meditation

Sunday November 16, 1957 1st day as a CBS affiliate

07:55a Morning Prayer religion

08:00a Genius education

08:30a Sunrise Semester a discussion of novelists from Stendhal to Hemmingway

09:00a Zero 1960 religion Communism-Giant in the East

09:30a Look and Learn education

10:00a Lamp Unto My Feet Religion and Science

10:30a Look Up and Live

11:00a UN in Action interview


11:30a Camera Three James Macandrew interviews French film director Rene Clair

11:55a News Harry Reasoner

12:00a American Legend

12:30a We Believe Rabbi Abraham J. Feldman discusses Jewish Symbolism

01:00p Tuesdays Child (special) The Hartford Association for Retarded Children presents this
15-minute documentary film

01:15p Sports Page Jim McKay; the history of the Cleveland Browns is traced

01:30p Pro Football New York Giants vs. Pittsburgh Steelers from Pittsburgh; Chris Schenkel
and Johnny Lujack report

04:15p To Be Annouced

04:30p Shirley Temple Film Festival Wee Willie Winkle 1937

06:00p Gray Ghost The Humanitarian

06:30p Twentieth Century The Russo-Finnish War

07:00p 26 Men The Last Rebellion (CBS ran Lassie)

07:30p Jack Benny guest: George Burns (tape)

08:00p Ed Sullivan guests: France Nuyen and William Shatner from the Broadway show The
World of Suzie Wong; Roberta Peters; Wayne and Shuster; Lou Costello; Arnold Stang; Dody
Goodman; the Impero Brothers, novelty balancing act; and the Joe Noble Trio, dancing and fire
eating act (tape)

09:00p G.E. Theater The Falling Angel starring Louis Jourdan and Edie Adams (film)

09:30p Alfred Hitchcock Man With a Problem (film)

10:00p Keep Talking

10:30p Whats My Line?

11:00p News Walter Cronkite

11:15p Movie A Millionaire for Christy 1951

12:45a News and Weather

12:50a Moment of Meditation


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I have seen old TV listings for Connecticut indicating that "Lassie" aired on WNHC-8 (now
WTNH), normally an ABC affiliate, during most of the time that WHCT-18 was a CBS-owned
station, and that WNHC continued to air "Lassie" well into the 1960's.

Additionally, "I Love Lucy" and "The $64,000 Question" were broadcast on WNHC during the
time WHCT was owned by CBS.

It's interesting that while CBS owned a UHF station in Hartford that for the 1955-58 period, three
of the network's most popular shows (if not the three most popular shows on the network)
would air on a VHF station normally carrying another network's programming.

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WNHC kept a secondary affiliation because WHCT couldn't reach the western part of the state. I
can't blame CBS for that arrangement.

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Frankly, I couldn't even receive analog channel 18 up to when it was forced of the air in the
spring of 1991. I live in southern Hartford County, with Avon Mountain to my north-northwest. It
wasn't distance that killed their signal. It was due to reflections with terrain and me being at the
bottom of New Britain's Walnut Hill.

Signal problems also used to plague the old channel 30 of New Britain/Hartford. Until their signal
was increased in 1978, they needed WATR-TV channel 20 of Waterbury to bring NBC in clean to
much of the Naugatuck River Valley and New Haven.

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It's interesting that in it's early years (up to around 1959), TV Guide would list what shows were
on film and later tape.

But starting in 1959, with most shows either filmed or taped in advance, TV Guide changed it's
indication on the recorded status of programs, and instead of indicating which shows were on
film or tape, they indicated which shows were live.

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Quote Originally Posted by KML-224

Frankly, I couldn't even receive analog channel 18 up to when it was forced of the air in the
spring of 1991. I live in southern Hartford County, with Avon Mountain to my north-northwest. It
wasn't distance that killed their signal. It was due to reflections with terrain and me being at the
bottom of New Britain's Walnut Hill.

Signal problems also used to plague the old channel 30 of New Britain/Hartford. Until their signal
was increased in 1978, they needed WATR-TV channel 20 of Waterbury to bring NBC in clean to
much of the Naugatuck River Valley and New Haven.

There was some investigation, even after WTIC came on the air, into making Hartford an all-UHF
market. The Springfield stations, along with the existing UHF stations in the area, didn't want the
competition. One plan had channel 3 moving to Providence (and move WNHC back to channel 6
in order to free up another VHF elsewhere) and another was to make channel 3 the educational
TV allocation. In hindsight it's obvious that all-UHF would never work.

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I thought WNHC was moved from Channel 6 to Channel 8 because of interference with WFIL
(now WPVI) in Philadelphia.

Had it been moved back to Channel 6, it might have have to have been re-allocated to Hartford,
and the New Bedford Channel 6 allocation would have had to go away.

Perhaps the FCC could have ended up moving Chanel 3 to Providence (which might have become
the home of WTEV/WLNE), make Channel 8 noncommercial, allocated to a town between
Hartford and New Haven, and force both WTIC/WFSB and WNHC/WTNH to UHF.

Had that occurred, Hartford's WEDH, on VHF, might have been the "most-watched" NET/PBS
member station for the simple reason that it would have had the clearest reception on most sets
in the area.

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Re: Retro: Hartford November 15-16, 1958 - WTIC switch to CBS

Here are some stories from Broadcasting-Telecasting about possible channel moves and
deintermixture:

Moving WNHC back to channel 6:

http://www.americanradiohistory.com/...rch=%22wnhc%22

Protest by UHF stations requesting deletion of channel 3 from Hartford:

http://www.americanradiohistory.com/...deintermixture hartford%22

A New England deintermixture plan:

http://www.americanradiohistory.com/...deintermixture hartford%22

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Re: Retro: Hartford November 15-16, 1958 - WTIC switch to CBS

I noticed "Sunrise Semester" on Sunday morning; at the

time it wasn't on CBS but aired on WCBS at 6:30 AM

weekdays. The first course, in 1957, covered Stendhal's

"The Red and the Black," and the bookstores in New York

couldn't keep it in stock. I wonder if WCBS was repeating

it (or doing one similar) and WTIC was picking it up.

The discussion concerning the what-ifs of channel allocation

swaps says that WEDH might have become the most-watched

PBS station. I wonder which one is; my gut says either WGBH

or KQED.

Retro: Rochester/Syracuse/Bufalo Saturday, August 5, 1978

From TV Guide, Rochester Edition:

WGR (WGRZ) Ch. 2 Bufalo (NBC)

6 AM PTL Club

7 AM Not For Women Only ("Sex Education For Adults," Part 1)

7:30 Marlo And The Magic Movie Machine (childhood photos of

Arthur Ashe; film highlights of 1950; a tennis match played

on ice)

8 AM Hong Kong Phooey


8:30 Go Go Globetrotters

10:30 Pink Panther

11 AM Baggy Pants And The Nitwits

11:30 Space Sentinels

12 N Land Of The Lost

12:30 Thunder

1 PM To The Point

1:30 Straight Line

2 PM Movie: "Warpath"

4 PM Baseball Warm-Up

4:15 Baseball: Dodgers-Giants (rain game on tape: Phillies-Pirates)

7 PM Hee Haw (Johnny Rodriguez, Susan Raye, comic Sherif Crumbley,

disc jockey C.B. Slane, time approximate)

8 PM Bionic Woman

9 PM NBC Movie: "The Land That Time Forgot"

11 PM News

11:30 Saturday Night Live (host Charles Grodin, musical guest Paul Simon)

1 AM Don Kirshner's Rock Concert (Frankie Valli, the Jacksons, Lake, the

Alan Parsons Project, the Village Idiots, comics James Aleck and

Joey Camen)

WCBS Ch. 2 New York City (CBS)

late night only

2:05 Movie: "Serenade"


4:30 Movie: "The Treasure Of Pancho Villa"

WSYR (WSTM) Ch. 3 Syracuse (NBC)

6:30 University Of Michigan

7 AM Salty Sam/Three Stooges

8 AM Hong Kong Phooey

8:30 Go Go Globetrotters

10:30 Pink Panther

11 AM Baggy Pants And The Nitwits

11:30 Soul Train (Johnny Mathis, Deniece Williams)

12:30 Hot Fudge

1 PM Movie: "Calling Dr. Death" (not Steve Williams, but Lon

Chaney, from '43)

2:15 Movie: "Cauldron Of Blood" (one of Boris Karlof's last, from '68)

4 PM Baseball Warm-Up

4:15 Baseball (see Ch. 2)

7 PM Hee Haw (time approximate)

8 PM Bionic Woman

9 PM NBC Movie: "The Land That Time Forgot"

11 PM News

11:30 Saturday Night Live

WIVB Ch. 4 Bufalo (CBS)


7 AM Summer Semester: "U.S. Foreign Policy"

7:30 Carrascolendas

8 AM Three Robonic Stooges

8:30 Speed Buggy

9 AM Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Show

10:30 Batman/Tarzan Adventure Hour

11:30 Secrets Of Isis

12 N Fat Albert And The Cosby Kids

12:30 Space Academy

1 PM What's New, Mr. Magoo?

1:30 CBS Children's Film Festival ("The Chipmates," a group

of English children and their pet chimpanzee, who uncover

a thief in a waxworks and get involved in glider flying)

2 PM NFL Great Teams/Great Years (the 1969 Kansas City Chiefs

and the 1968 Baltimore Colts (the team that lost to the Jets

in Super Bowl III)

3 PM Disco Step By Step

4 PM Challenge For The Championship (Grand Prix drivers Mario

Andretti, Niki Lauda, James Hunt, and Jody Scheckler in

interviews and in action around the world)

4:30 CBS Sports Spectacular (Hugh Corro makes his first defense

of the middleweight title against Ronnie Harris, 15 rounds,

from Buenos Aires; the Whitney, a horse race for three-year-

olds and up from Saratoga Springs, NY; female bullfighter

Raquel Martinez)
6 PM News

6:30 CBS News (Bob Schiefer)

7 PM Disaster: How And Why (the 1961 Bel Air fire)

7:30 Sha Na Na (guest: Dion)

8 PM Emergency One!

9 PM CBS Movie: "Burn!"

11 PM News

11:30 Movie: "Theatre Of Death"

WTVH Ch. 5 Syracuse (CBS)

7:30 Summer Semester

8 AM Three Robonic Stooges

8:30 Speed Buggy

9 AM Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Show

10:30 Batman/Tarzan Adventure Hour

11:30 Secrets Of Isis

12 N Fat Albert And The Cosby Kids

12:30 Space Academy

1 PM Toy Shop Corporation

2 PM Movie: "How Awful About Allan"

3:30 Drag Racing

4 PM Family Afair

4:30 CBS Sports Spectacular

6 PM News
6:30 CBS News

7 PM Candid Camera (a very leaky ceiling complicates a

secretary's job; pedestrians find a set of earrings

in the street, with a return address attached)

7:30 Gong Show (judges: Patty Andrews, Rex Reed, Jaye

P. Morgan)

8 PM NFL Preseason: Bills-Lions

11 PM News (time approximate)

11:30 Movie: "Hellfighters"

CJOH Ch. 6 Deseronto, ON (CTV)

6 AM University Of The Air

6:30 University Of The Air

7 AM Tree House (wonder if this is Treehouse Club?)

7:30 Cartoons

8:30 Audubon Wildlife Theatre

9 AM Rocket Robin Hood

9:30 Let's Go

10 AM George (I don't know what this is about--George weighs

in at 250 pounds and all eforts to keep him on a diet

fail. Marshall Thompson stars as his keeper.)

10:30 Kidstuf

11:30 Laurel & Hardy

12 N Spider-Man
12:30 Willy & Floyd

1 PM Horst Koehler

1:30 Red Fisher

2 PM Summer Sports

3 PM Tennis: Tom Okker (Netherlands) vs. Dick Stockton (U.S. and

not the sportscaster) at the 1977 Rothmanns International

Tennis Tournament in Toronto

4 PM Wide World Of Sports (Canadian version: the fifth race in the

Labatt Championship Series for Formula Atlantic cars from

Elkhart Lake, WI; the U.S.A. Mini-Olympics from Colorado Springs)

6 PM News

6:30 Sports Flashback

7 PM Bionic Woman (one hour before NBC)

8 PM CTV Movie: "The Return Of The Pink Panther"

10:30 Rolf Harris (remember "Tie Me Kangaroo Down, Sport"?)

11 PM CTV News (Keith Morrison)

11:20 Sports

11:30 Royal Visit: Queen Elizabeth II and Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau

address the nation at a dinner given by the Prime Minister in Edmonton

(live).

12 M Movie: "Pete 'n' Tillie"

WKBW Ch. 7 Bufalo (ABC)

6:30 Better Way


7 AM Agriculture U.S.A.

7:30 Bugs Bunny & Friends

8 AM Dynomutt

8:30 Popeye/Porky Pig

9:30 Scooby's All-Star Laf-A-Lympics

11:30 Krofft Supershow

12:30 Munsters

1 PM Mind Over Myth

1:30 Today's Woman

2 PM Building A Decent Future

2:30 Wild Wild World Of Animals

3 PM This Week In Baseball

3:30 Wide World Of Sports (U.S. version: the U.S.A.

Mini-Olympics)

5:30 Golf: PGA Championship (third round)

7 PM News

7:30 Eye On Bufalo

8 PM NFL Preseason: Bills-Lions

11 PM News (time approximate)

11:30 Movie: "The Group"

2:30 Mind Over Myth

3 AM ABC News (Sylvia Chase/Tom Jarriel)

WROC Ch. 8 Rochester (NBC)


5:25 Better Way

5:55 News

6 AM 700 Club

7 AM Batman (Milton Berle as Louie the Lilac)

7:30 Kidsworld

8 AM Hong Kong Phooey

8:30 Go Go Globetrotters

10:30 Pink Panther

11 AM Baggy Pants And The Nitwits

11:30 Magic Of Mark Wilson

12 N Movie: "The Bridges At Toko-Ri"

2 PM Hee Haw

3 PM The Sellin' Of Jamie Thomas (conclusion of a tale

about a runaway slave and his parents)

3:30 The Racers

4 PM Baseball Warm-Up

4:15 Baseball (see Ch. 2)

7 PM Lawrence Welk (songs saluting American pastimes,

time approximate)

8 PM NFL Preseason: Bills-Lions

11 PM News (time approximate)

11:30 Saturday Night Live

1 AM Midnight Special (the 1972 series opener: host John

Denver; Linda Ronstadt, Helen Reddy, Cass Elliot,

War, the Isley Brothers, Harry Chapin, David Clayton-


Thomas, the Everly Brothers, Argent, 24-hour delay)

WIXT (WSYR) Ch. 9 Syracuse (ABC)

7 AM Big Blue Marble

7:30 Marlo And The Magic Movie Machine (the machine talks to

Christopher Columbus (Laurie Faso))

8 AM Dynomutt

8:30 Superfriends

9:30 Scooby's All-Star Laf-A-Lympics

11:30 Krofft Supershow

12:30 Movie: "Not Of This Earth"

1:45 Movie: "The Brain From Planet Arous"

3 PM Greatest Sports Legends (Hank Aaron)

3:30 Wide World Of Sports

5:30 Golf: PGA Championship (third round)

7 PM Lawrence Welk

8 PM The Archie Situation Comedy Musical Variety Show

(actors play the characters from the "Archie" comic strip)

9 PM Love Boat (Pat Morita, Gary Collins, Diane Baker, Jonelle Allen,

Antonio Fargas)

10 PM Fantasy Island (guests: David Doyle, Mindy Naud)

11 PM News

11:30 Movie: "Count Your Blessings"

1:30 ABC News


WOR (WWOR) Ch. 9 New York City (Ind.)

7:30 News

8 AM Davey And Goliath

8:15 Davey And Goliath

8:30 Viewpoint On Nutrition

9 AM Daniel Boone

10 AM Movie: "They Came From Beyond Space"

11:30 Movie: "The Terrornauts"

1 PM Movie: "Things To Come"

3 PM Movie: "The Crimson Cult" (this is Boris Karlof's last role,

from '68)

5 PM Coral Jungle

6 PM Horse Racing From Saratoga

6:30 Movie: "Four Feathers"

9 PM Pro Soccer: New York Cosmos at Dallas Tornado

11 PM Second City TV (time approximate)

11:30 Horse Racing From Roosevelt

12 M Wrestling

1 AM Movie: "The Dungeons Of Harrow"

2:40 News

WHEC Ch. 10 Rochester (CBS)


6:30 Summer Semester

7 AM Banana Splits

7:30 The Archies

8 AM Three Robonic Stooges

8:30 Speed Buggy

9 AM Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Show

10:30 Batman/Tarzan Adventure Hour

11:30 Secrets Of Isis

12 N Fat Albert And The Cosby Kids

12:30 Space Academy

1 PM What's New, Mr. Magoo?

1:30 CBS Children's Film Festival

2 PM Movie: "The Crosby Case" (nothing to do with Bing)

3:15 Movie: "The Mystery Of Marie Roget"

4:30 CBS Sports Spectacular

6 PM News

6:30 On Trial (a high-school boy who struck a teacher while

defending his pregnant girlfriend faces a manslaughter

charge)

7 PM Star Trek

8 PM Bob Newhart

8:30 Baby, I'm Back

9 PM CBS Movie: "Burn!"

11 PM News

11:30 Movie: "Chubasco"


WPIX Ch. 11 New York City (Ind.)

7 AM Carrascolendas

7:30 Aprenda Ingles

8 AM Dusty's Treehouse

8:30 Big Blue Marble

9 AM Courtship Of Eddie's Father

9:30 Family Afair

10 AM Jerry Falwell

11 AM I Dream Of Jeannie

11:30 F Troop

12 N Soap Factory Disco (guest: Loleatta Holloway)

12:30 Jackson Five

1 PM Get Smart

1:30 Movie: "Spy In Your Eye"

3 PM Hee Haw

4 PM Tarzan (guests: Diana Ross and the Supremes)

5 PM Mod Squad

6 PM Emergency One!

7 PM Odd Couple (the classic where Felix and Oscar appear

on "Password")

7:30 Odd Couple

8 PM Baseball: Orioles-Yankees

10:30 News (time approximate)


11 PM Odd Couple

11:30 The Rookies

12:30 The FBI

1:30 Biography

2 AM News

WOKR (WHAM) Ch. 13 Rochester (ABC)

7:15 Meditations

7:30 America '78

8 AM Dynomutt

8:30 Superfriends

9:30 Scooby's All-Star Laf-A-Lympics

11:30 Krofft Supershow

12:30 American Bandstand (guest: Pattie Brooks)

1:30 The Rookies

2:30 NFL Great Teams/Great Years (the 1968 New York Jets

(the Super Bowl-winning team) and the 1969 Minnesota

Vikings)

3:30 Wide World Of Sports

5:30 Golf: PGA Championship (third round)

7 PM News

7:30 News Conference

8 PM The Archie Situation Comedy Musical Variety Show

9 PM Love Boat
10 PM Fantasy Island

11 PM News

11:30 Movie: "Guys And Dolls"

2:30 ABC News

2:45 News

WXXI Ch. 21 Rochester (PBS)

7:30 Zoom

8 AM TBA

9 AM Sesame Street

10 AM Great Debates

11 AM Mundo Real

11:30 Que Pasa?

12 N French Chef

12:30 Crockett's Victory Garden

1 PM Washington Week In Review

1:30 Wall Street Week

2 PM The Advocates

3 PM Great Performances (Andre Previn leads the London

Symphony and soloist Arthur Rubinstein in Chopin's

F Minor Concerto for Piano and Orchestra.)

4 PM Five-Hundred-Mile Sculpture Garden

5 PM Over Easy (guests: Arthur Godfrey, Pete Seeger)

5:30 Turnabout
6 PM Pro Soccer: V.F.B. Stuttgart vs. Hamburg S.V.

7 PM Inside Albany

7:30 Agronsky And Company

8 PM World War I (the 1964 CBS series which I hope somebody

will dust of next year for the 100th anniversary of the start

of the war; this episode is about the battle of the Argonne Forest)

8:30 Wild Wild World Of Animals

9 PM In Performance At Wolf Trap (Dionne Warwick performs)

10 PM Shades Of Greene (Graham Greene? Presented: "Chagrin In Three Parts"

and "The Case For The Defence")

11 PM At The Top (Count Basie and his band)

sign of 12 M

WCNY Ch. 24 Syracuse (PBS)

9 AM Sesame Street

10 AM Once Upon A Classic ("Robin Hood," conclusion)

10:30 Daniel Foster, M.D.

11 AM Paint Along With Nancy Kominsky

11:30 Consumer Survival Kit

12 N TV Garden Club

12:30 Crockett's Victory Garden

1 PM Antiques

1:30 Wall Street Week

2 PM Firing Line (Malcolm Muggeridge assesses Alexander


Solzhenitsyn's commencement address at Harvard)

3 PM Forsyte Saga

4 PM Forsyte Saga

5 PM Over Easy

5:30 Turnabout

6 PM Pro Soccer (same as Ch. 21)

7 PM Inside Albany

7:30 Agronsky & Company

8 PM Great Performances (Eugene Ormandy leads the Philadelphia

Orchestra in Gustav Holst's "The Planets," with the Mendelssohn

Club of Philadelphia performing the choral segments.)

9 PM In Performance At Wolf Trap

10 PM Shades Of Greene

11 PM Movie: "The Outlaw" (this movie raised quite a flap when first

released in '43, thanks to Jane Russell's low-cut outfits)

sign of 12:40 AM

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Interestingly, it appears that WOR-9 New York (listed in upstate New York due to cable carriage)
didn't air the Mets' game at St. Louis that day or evening.

If it was a night game, it might have been bumped in favor of soccer (Was Pele still on the New
York Cosmos' roster then?).

Or did the agreement Eastern Microwave had with the station precluded or limited the number
of Mets' games from WOR that EM could carry to cable systems outside the New York area??

(By 1983, when my Boston suburb got cable TV and was able to get WOR/WWOR via cable, all of
the station's Mets' telecasts were seen on their by-then satellite "superstation" feed)

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Quote Originally Posted by Joseph_Gallant

Interestingly, it appears that WOR-9 New York (listed in upstate New York due to cable carriage)
didn't air the Mets' game at St. Louis that day or evening.

If it was a night game, it might have been bumped in favor of soccer (Was Pele still on the New
York Cosmos' roster then?).
Or did the agreement Eastern Microwave had with the station precluded or limited the number
of Mets' games from WOR that EM could carry to cable systems outside the New York area??

(By 1983, when my Boston suburb got cable TV and was able to get WOR/WWOR via cable, all of
the station's Mets' telecasts were seen on their by-then satellite "superstation" feed)

Unlike the "EMI Service" days in the 1990s, the (W)WOR signal soutside the NYC market, via
microwave and satellite, was exactly the same as back in NYC, leaving it to the cable systems
(with "guidance" from local stations (pre-1981) and sports teams) to black out programming if
needed.

I believe the game was either not televised, or seen on another NYC station other than WOR, as
the schedule above had no glaring holes.

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It doesn't seem likely that Channel 5 carried the Mets game;

Channel 9 had the Mets and Channel 11, the Yankees. Nor

do I think the o&os (2, 4, and 7) would have pre-empted their

regular programs (especially 7, with "The Love Boat" and "Fantasy

Island"). I think 9 simply had a program conflict and the Cosmos

won out that night.


Retro: North Carolina Saturday, August 4, 1973

From TV Guide, North Carolina Edition:

WFMY Ch. 2 Greensboro (CBS)

7:30 Pebbles And Bamm Bamm (delay from Sun

9:30 AM)

8 AM Bugs Bunny

8:30 Sabrina, The Teenage Witch (animated)

9 AM Amazing Chan And The Chan Clan

9:30 New Scooby Doo Movies: "Scooby Doo Meets

Laurel And Hardy"

10:30 Josie And The Pussycats In Outer Space

11 AM Flintstones Comedy Hour

12 N Archie's TV Funnies

12:30 Fat Albert And The Cosby Kids

1 PM CBS Children's Film Festival: "Mr. Horatio Knibbles,"

'71, from England

2 PM Car And Track

2:30 Movie: "That Funny Feeling"

4 PM Golf: Westchester Classic (third round)

6 PM News

6:30 CBS News (Dan Rather)

7 PM Hee Haw (Frankie Laine, Wanda Jackson, Tony Booth)

8 PM All In The Family


8:30 Bridget Loves Bernie

9 PM Mary Tyler Moore

9:30 Bob Newhart

10 PM Mission: Impossible

11 PM News

11:30 Movie: "Ocean's 11" (the Frank Sinatra version, from '60)

E WUND/2 Columbia/Edenton, NC; WUNC/4 Chapel Hill; WUNK/25

Greenville, NC; WUNL/26 Winston-Salem; WUNJ/39 Wilmington, NC;

WUNG/58 Concord, NC

of air on Saturday

WBTV Ch. 3 Charlotte (CBS)

7 AM Happy Jester

7:30 Amazing Chan And The Chan Clan

8 AM Bugs Bunny

8:30 Sabrina, The Teenage Witch

9 AM Whistle-Stop (local kids' show)

9:30 New Scooby Doo Movies

10:30 Josie And The Pussycats In Outer Space

11 AM Flintstones Comedy Hour

12 N Archie's TV Funnies

12:30 Fat Albert And The Cosby Kids

1 PM CBS Children's Film Festival


2 PM Star Trek

3 PM Wrestling

4 PM Golf: Westchester Classic (third round)

6 PM News

6:30 CBS News

7 PM Tommy Faile (local country-music show)

7:30 Here's Lucy (guest: Bob Cummings, delay from

Mon 9 PM)

8 PM All In The Family

8:30 Hollywood Squares (Bill Bixby, Glenn Ford, Rose Marie,

Jan Murray, Vincent Price, Elke Sommer, Jane Wyman,

Charley Weaver, Paul Lynde)

9 PM Mary Tyler Moore

9:30 Bob Newhart

10 PM CBS News Retrospective: "Harvest Of Shame," Edward

R. Murrow's classic 1960 documentary about migrant workers

(delay from Sun 6 PM)

11 PM News

11:30 Movie: "Deep In My Heart"

WWAY Ch. 3 Wilmington, NC (ABC)

7:30 Bullwinkle (delay from Sun 11 AM)

8 AM H.R. Pufnstuf

8:30 Jackson Five


9 AM The Osmonds

9:30 ABC Saturday Superstar Movie: "Popeye Meets The Man

Who Hated Laughter"

10:30 Brady Kids

11 AM Bewitched (Paul Lynde as Uncle Arthur)

11:30 Kid Power

12 N Funky Phantom

12:30 Lidsville

1 PM Action '73 (from Malibu: Bobby Womack, Clint Holmes,

the Heywoods; dance of the month: the swing)

2 PM Lloyd Bridges' Water World

2:30 Sing A Country Song

3 PM No Time For Sergeants (with North Carolina native

Sammy Jackson)

3:30 Sports Action Pro-File (Kiki Batte, the first American

to win a World Cup ski race)

4 PM Boxing: Billy Backus vs. Miguel Barreto, welterweights,

12 rounds, from Madison Square Garden

5 PM Wide World Of Sports: Firecracker 400 auto race from

Daytona; World Lumberjack Championships from Hayward,

WI; Mr. World competition from Columbus, OH

6:30 That Good Ole Nashville Music (Archie Campbell, Billy Walker,

Wanda Jackson, Billy Grammer)

7 PM Hee Haw

8 PM Partridge Family
8:30 Paul Lynde

9 PM Burns And Schreiber Comedy Hour (Susan Saint James, Peter

Boyle, singer-composer Kenny Rankin)

10 PM Jigsaw

11 PM ABC News (anchor not given)

11:15 Movie: "Psycho"

WRAL Ch. 5 Raleigh (ABC)

7 AM Movie: "The Incredible Shrinking Man"

9 AM The Osmonds

9:30 ABC Saturday Superstar Movie

10:30 Brady Kids

11 AM Bewitched

11:30 Kid Power

12 N Funky Phantom

12:30 Teenage Frolics

1 PM Action '73

2 PM Sing A Country Song

2:30 World Putting Championship

3 PM Twilight Zone

3:30 I Dream Of Jeannie

4 PM Boxing

5 PM Wide World Of Sports

6:30 Arthur Smith


7 PM Lawrence Welk (some down-home music)

8 PM Partridge Family

8:30 Paul Lynde

9 PM Burns And Schreiber Comedy Hour

10 PM Jigsaw

11 PM News

11:20 ABC News

11:35 Wrestling

12:35 Movie: "Pillow Talk"

WECT Ch. 6 Wilmington, NC (NBC)

7 AM Major Adams Trailmaster (the Ward Bond "Wagon Train"s)

8 AM Houndcats

8:30 Roman Holidays

9 AM Jetsons

9:30 Pink Panther

10 AM Underdog

10:30 The Barkleys

11 AM Sealab 2020

11:30 Runaround

12 N Around The World In 80 Days

12:30 Talking With A Giant (topic: competition; guest: George

Plimpton)

1 PM Soul Train (guest: Aretha Franklin)


2 PM Lancer

3 PM Baseball Pre-Game Show

3:15 Baseball: Dodgers-Giants (backup game: Rangers-White Sox)

6 PM News (time approximate)

6:30 NBC News (Garrick Utley)

7 PM UFO

8 PM Hitched ("busted pilot" about a newlywed couple (Sally Field

and Tim Matheson) who get separated and into misadventures

in the Old West)

9:30 Savage ("busted pilot" about a TV journalist who investigates

a compromising photo of a U.S. Supreme Court nominee, with

Martin Landau and Barbara Bain)

11 PM Roller Derby

12 M Movie: "Give A Girl A Break"

WITN Ch. 7 Washington, NC (NBC)

7 AM Across The Fence

7:30 Treehouse Club

8 AM Houndcats

8:30 Roman Holidays

9 AM Jetsons

9:30 Pink Panther

10 AM Underdog

10:30 The Barkleys


11 AM Sealab 2020

11:30 Runaround

12 N Around The World In 80 Days

12:30 Talking With A Giant

1 PM Bill Anderson

1:30 Lee Trevino's Golf For Swingers (Buddy Ebsen,

Tom Kennedy)

2 PM Great Roads Of America

2:30 NFL Action '73

3 PM Baseball Pre-Game Show

3:15 Baseball (see Ch. 6)

6 PM News (time approximate)

6:30 NBC News

7 PM Lawrence Welk

8 PM Hitched

9:30 Savage

11 PM News

11:30 The Virginian

1 AM Christopher Closeup

1:15 Alcoholics Anonymous

WGHP Ch. 8 High Point (ABC)

7:30 Captain Noah And His Ark

8 AM H.R. Pufnstuf
8:30 Jackson Five

9 AM The Osmonds

9:30 ABC Saturday Superstar Movie

10:30 Brady Kids

11 AM Bewitched

11:30 Kid Power

12 N Funky Phantom

12:30 Lidsville

1 PM Action '73

2 PM Soul Train

3 PM Lee Trevino's Golf For Swingers (Johnny Bench,

Bob Hope)

3:30 World Of Survival

4 PM Boxing

5 PM Wide World Of Sports

6:30 Reasoner Report

7 PM Lawrence Welk

8 PM Partridge Family

8:30 Paul Lynde

9 PM Burns And Schreiber Comedy Hour

10 PM Jigsaw

11 PM ABC News

11:15 News

11:30 Movie: "Billy The Kid vs. Dracula"


WNCT Ch. 9 Greenville, NC (CBS)

8 AM Bugs Bunny

8:30 Sabrina, The Teenage Witch

9 AM Amazing Chan And The Chan Clan

9:30 New Scooby Doo Movies

10:30 Josie And The Pussycats In Outer Space

11 AM Flintstones Comedy Hour

12 N Archie's TV Funnies

12:30 Fat Albert And The Cosby Kids

1 PM CBS Children's Film Festival

2 PM Merv Griffin

3 PM Arthur Smith

3:30 Sing A Country Song

4 PM Golf: Westchester Classic (third round)

6 PM Porter Wagoner

6:30 CBS News

7 PM Hee Haw

8 PM All In The Family

8:30 Bridget Loves Bernie

9 PM Mary Tyler Moore

9:30 Bob Newhart

10 PM Mission: Impossible

11 PM News

11:30 Roller Derby


12:30 Movie: "The Private Lives Of Adam And Eve"

WSOC Ch. 9 Charlotte (NBC)

7 AM Popeye

7:30 Stop, Look And Listen

8 AM Houndcats

8:30 Roman Holidays

9 AM Jetsons

9:30 Pink Panther

10 AM Underdog

10:30 The Barkleys

11 AM Sealab 2020

11:30 Runaround

12 N Around The World In 80 Days

12:30 Talking With A Giant

1 PM Movie: "Sunscorched" (a Western, not a beach movie)

2:30 World Of Survival

3 PM Baseball Pre-Game Show

3:15 Baseball (see Ch. 6)

6 PM UFO (time approximate)

7 PM Lawrence Welk

8 PM Hitched

9:30 Savage

11 PM News
11:30 Movie: "The Man Who Could Cheat Death"

WIS Ch. 10 Columbia, SC (NBC)

6:45 Mulligan Stew

7:15 Davey And Goliath

7:30 Mr. Knozit

8:30 Roman Holidays

9 AM Jetsons

9:30 Pink Panther

10 AM Underdog

10:30 The Barkleys

11 AM Sealab 2020

11:30 Runaround

12 N Around The World In 80 Days

12:30 Talking With A Giant

1 PM Houndcats

1:30 Get Smart

2 PM Lawrence Welk

3 PM Baseball Pre-Game Show

3:15 Baseball (see Ch. 6)

6 PM That Good Ole Nashville Music (time approximate)

6:30 NBC News

7 PM News

7:30 Parent Game


8 PM Hitched

9:30 Savage

11 PM News

11:30 Movie: "Carousel"

1 AM News

1:05 With This Ring

WTVD Ch. 11 Durham (CBS)

6 AM Summer Semester: "Practical English For

Hispanic Americans"

6:30 Across The Fence

7 AM McHale's Navy

7:30 Gilligan's Island

8 AM Bugs Bunny

8:30 Sabrina, The Teenage Witch

9 AM Amazing Chan And The Chan Clan

9:30 New Scooby Doo Movies

10:30 Josie And The Pussycats In Outer Space

11 AM Flintstones Comedy Hour

12 N Archie's TV Funnies

12:30 Fat Albert And The Cosby Kids

1 PM CBS Children's Film Festival

2 PM Soul Train (Al Green, Mel and Tim)

3 PM That Good Ole Nashville Music


3:30 NFL Action '73

4 PM Golf: Westchester Classic (third round)

6 PM Black Unlimited (time approximate)

6:30 CBS News

7 PM Hee Haw

8 PM All In The Family

8:30 Bridget Loves Bernie

9 PM Mary Tyler Moore

9:30 Bob Newhart

10 PM Mission: Impossible

11 PM News

11:30 Movie: "The Wild Season"

1:30 Curious Kaleidoscope

WCTI Ch. 12 New Bern (ABC)

7:15 Telestory

7:30 Batman (David Wayne as the Mad Hatter)

8 AM H.R. Pufnstuf

8:30 Jackson Five

9 AM The Osmonds

9:30 ABC Saturday Superstar Movie

10:30 Brady Kids

11 AM Bewitched

11:30 Sealab 2020


12 N Funky Phantom

12:30 Lidsville

1 PM Action '73

2 PM Soul Train

3 PM Animal World

3:30 Celebrity Bowling

4 PM Boxing

5 PM Wide World Of Sports

6:30 Reasoner Report

7 PM It Takes A Thief

8 PM Partridge Family

8:30 Paul Lynde

9 PM Burns And Schreiber Comedy Hour

10 PM Jigsaw

11 PM ABC News

11:15 News

11:30 Wrestling

12:30 Movie: "Flying Tigers"

2 AM Movie: "The Fighting Seabees"

3:30 Movie: "Sands Of Iwo Jima"

WXII Ch. 12 Winston-Salem (NBC)

7 AM William Tell

7:30 Circus! (Bert Parks)


8 AM Houndcats

8:30 Roman Holidays

9 AM Jetsons

9:30 Pink Panther

10 AM Underdog

10:30 The Barkleys

11 AM Sealab 2020

11:30 Runaround

12 N Around The World In 80 Days

12:30 Talking With A Giant

1 PM McHale's Navy

1:30 Big Picture

2 PM TBA

3 PM Baseball Pre-Game Show

3:15 Baseball (see Ch. 6)

6 PM News (time approximate)

6:30 Star Trek

7:30 Adventures Of Black Beauty

8 PM Hitched

9:30 Savage

11 PM News

11:30 Movie: "Those Redheads From Seattle"

WBTW Ch. 13 Florence, SC (ABC/CBS)


7 AM Jackson Five

7:30 The Osmonds

8 AM Bugs Bunny

8:30 Sabrina, The Teenage Witch

9 AM Amazing Chan And The Chan Clan

9:30 New Scooby Doo Movies

10:30 Josie And The Pussycats In Outer Space

11 AM Flintstones Comedy Hour

12 N Archie's TV Funnies

12:30 Fat Albert And The Cosby Kids

1 PM CBS Children's Film Festival

2 PM Soul Train (the Supremes, Lloyd Price)

3 PM Moe The Rooster

3:30 Sing A Country Song

4 PM Wrestling

5 PM Wide World Of Sports

6:30 CBS News

7 PM Lawrence Welk ("Hee Haw" aired on Wednesdays at 8,

but would eventually get this timeslot.)

8 PM All In The Family

8:30 Bridget Loves Bernie

9 PM Mary Tyler Moore

9:30 Bob Newhart

10 PM Mission: Impossible

11 PM ABC News
11:15 Movie: "The Million Eyes Of Su-Muru"

WCCB Ch. 18 Charlotte (ABC)

7:30 Agriculture

8 AM H.R. Pufnstuf

8:30 Jackson Five

9 AM The Osmonds

9:30 ABC Saturday Superstar Movie

10:30 Brady Kids

11 AM Bewitched

11:30 Kid Power

12 N Funky Phantom

12:30 Lidsville

1 PM Action '73

2 PM American Angler

2:30 The Virginian

4 PM Boxing

5 PM Wide World Of Sports

6:30 Reasoner Report

7 PM Roller Derby

8 PM Partridge Family

8:30 Paul Lynde

9 PM Burns And Schreiber Comedy Hour

10 PM Jigsaw
11 PM Movie: "Women Aren't Angels"

12:30 ABC News

WRDU (WRDC) Ch. 28 Durham (NBC)

8 AM Houndcats

8:30 Roman Holidays

9 AM Jetsons

9:30 Pink Panther

10 AM Underdog

10:30 The Barkleys

11 AM Sealab 2020

11:30 Runaround

12 N Around The World In 80 Days

12:30 Talking With A Giant

1 PM Call Of The West (selected "Death Valley Days" reruns)

1:30 Sports Action Pro-File

2 PM Wrestling

3 PM Baseball Pre-Game Show

3:15 Baseball (see Ch. 6)

6 PM Celebrity Bowling (time approximate)

6:30 NBC News

7 PM TBA

7:30 Johnny Mann's Stand Up And Cheer (guest: Jo Anne Worley)

8 PM Hitched
9:30 Savage

11 PM Movie: "Night Caller From Outer Space"

WRET (WCNC) Ch. 36 Charlotte (Ind.)

7:30 Across The Fence

8 AM Kenneth Copeland

8:30 Jimmy Swaggart

9 AM Ben Israel

9:30 Good News

10 AM Blue Ridge Quartet

10:30 Sego Brothers

11 AM Movie: "Love Happy" (the Marx Brothers, from '49--

an early part for Marilyn Monroe, also watch for

Raymond Burr)

1 PM Movie: "A King's Story" (documentary about Edward

VIII's decision to abdicate in order to marry Wallis

Simpson)

2:30 Movie: "The Monolith Monsters"

4 PM Alfred Hitchcock Hour

5 PM Roller Derby (this may be "Roller Game Of The Week")

6:30 Wrestling

7:30 Movie: "Underground"

9 PM Movie: "None But The Lonely Heart"

11 PM Alfred Hitchcock Presents


11:30 Movie: "Colossus Of The Arena"

WTVI Ch. 42 Charlotte (PBS)

8:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

9 AM Sesame Street

10 AM Electric Company

10:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

11 AM Sesame Street

12 N Electric Company

sign of 12:30 PM

Retro: Seattle/Tacoma, Wednesday, Oct. 30th, 1991

Source: Seattle Times microfilm

CHANNELS

2 CBUT Vancouver (CBC)

4 KOMO Seattle (ABC)

5 KING Seattle (NBC)

7 KIRO Seattle (CBS)

9 KCTS Seattle (PBS)

11 KSTW Tacoma (IND)

13 KCPQ Tacoma (FOX)

22 KTZZ Seattle (IND)

28 KTPS Tacoma (PBS)


7AM

2 CBC Morning News

4 Good Morning America

Spencer Christian in Italica, Spain. Rstoration of Italica and Seville; Jason Robards; author
Maurice Sendak.

5 Today

Singer Nancy Wilson; floor care; sharing homes.

7 This Morning

Wilt Chamberlain; actor Phill Lewis ["Teech"]; talking to children about sex; decorating with
quilts.

9 Sesame Street

11 Jetsons

13 G.I. Joe

22 JEN (from 6:30)

7:30

11 Merrie Melodies

13 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

22 Casper the Friendly Ghost

8am

9 Captain Kangaroo

11 Ranger Charlie and Rosco

13 Peter Pan

22 Inspector Gadget
28 Sesame Street

8:30

9 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

11 Dennis the Menace

13 Flintstones

22 He-Man

9am

2 Anything (?)

4 Regis & Kathie Lee

Guests: psychic Char; chef Paul Prudhomme.

5 Days of Our Lives

7 Geraldo

9 Sesame Street

11 Little House on the Prairie

13 Family Feud

22 The 700 Club

28 Sit & Be Fit

9:30

2 Wok with Yan

13 $100,000 Pyramid (syndicated)

28 French in Action
10am

2 Fred Penner's Place

4 Home

Getting coupon items free; Indianapolis Children's Museum; Christmas decorations; orchids; chef
George Mahafi.

5 Jenny Jones

Boy-crazy teens; fear of pregnancy and birth.

7 The Price is Right

9 Instructional TV

11 Chuck Woolery

Guest: David Leisure; Jodie Sweetin ["Full House"]; Charnelle Brown ["A Diferent World"].

13 Happy Days

22 Success-N-Life

28 Joy of Painting

10:30

2 Mr. Dressup

13 Mr. Belvedere

22 Glass (?)

11am

2 Sesame Street

5 Classic Concentration

7 Young and the Restless

11 People's Court

13 Matlock
A legal secretary [Shirley Knight] is accused of murdering her boss, who was having an afair with
her daughter.

22 Casey Treat

28 3-2-1 Contact

11:30

4 Loving

5 One on One with John Tesh

Larry Gatlin; Bruce Boxleitner.

11 People's Court

22 Tomorrow (World?)

28 Reading Rainbow

Noon

2 4 All My Children

5 7 News

9 Nova

Crews film the North American black bear for a year in the wild as it forages, mates, gives birth
and hibernates.

11 Joan Rivers

13 Rockford Files

A stewardness [Sharon Gless], a friend of Rockford's, becomes an assassin's target after an


innocent conversation with a passenger.

22 Movie

"Mr. Denning Drives North." [1951] John Mills, Phyllis Calvert. A man accidentally kills his
daughter's lover and then dumps the corpse, which disappears.

28 Sesame Street
12:30

5 Closer Look

Legalizing suicide.

1PM

2 Midday

4 One Life to Live

5 Another World

7 As The World Turns

9 Instructional TV

11 Movie

"Secret Weapons." [1985] Linda Hamilton, Sally Kellerman. A KGB colonel's wife turns a young
Soviet and her comrades into seductive spies.

13 Horror Hall of Fame

Robert Englund pays tribute to horror films with clips, and awards are presented for
achievement in the field.

28 Instructional TV

2PM

2 Coronation Street

4 General Hospital

5 Santa Barbara

7 Guiding Light

9 Woodcarving (?)

22 Ron Reagan
28 French in Action

2:30

2 Alice

9 Sesame Street

28 French in Action

3PM

2 Facts of Life

4 Northwest Afternoon

Mr. Blackwell's best-and-worst dressed lists.

5 Maury Povich

7 Sally Jessy Raphael

"I tried to kill my best friend who stole my man."

11 Video Power

13 DuckTales

22 I Love Lucy

28 Quilting (?)

3:30

2 Danger Bay

9 Reading Rainbow

11 James Bond Jr.

13 Chip 'n Dale

22 Leave it to Beaver
28 Quilt in a Day

4PM

2 WKRP in Cincinnati

4 Love Connection

5 Oprah Winfrey

7 Donahue

Topic: multiple spouses.

9 Square One Television

11 Tiny Toon Adventures

13 Tale Spin

22 I Dream of Jeannie

28 Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego?

Double Trouble steals Minnehaha Falls.

4:30

2 Taxi

4 Family Feud

9 Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego?

See 4PM.

11 Saved By The Bell

13 Darkwing Duck

22 Bewitched

28 Shining Time Station


5PM

2 Video Hits

4 5 7 News

9 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

11 Hogan Family

13 Beetlejuice

22 Too Close for Comfort

28 Reading Rainbow

5:30

2 Golden Girls

9 Nightly Business Report

11 Growing Pains

13 Perfect Strangers

22 Three's Company

28 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

6PM

2 News

4 ABC News

5 NBC News

7 CBS News

9 MacNeil/ Lehrer NewsHour

11 Who's the Boss?

13 Candid Camera (in 1991?)


22 Amen

28 One on One

6:30

4 5 News

7 Cosby Show

Rudy feels ill-equipped for sixth grade.

11 Night Court

13 Hard Copy

22 Newhart

28 Hometime

Structural repairs. Part 2 of 4.

7PM

2 Newsmagazine

4 Wheel of Fortune

5 Entertainment Tonight

Scheduled: Demi Moore.

7 News

9 National Geographic

Amazonian creatures adapt to extreme seasonal fluctuations in water levels.

11 Cheers

13 Inside Edition

Inside Buckingham Palace.

22 Movie
"Hell Night." [1981] Linda Blair. Fraternity and sorority pledges spend the night in a mansion
haunted by victims of a family massacre.

28 Nightly Business Report

7:30

2 The Wonder Years

In hopes of a night on the town, Kevin coaches an aspiring driver.

4 Jeopardy!

5 Evening Magazine

7 Inside Line

11 Golden Girls

13 A Current Afair

28 Emmerdale Farm

Nick goes to court; Jackie disposes of dangerous pesticides.

8PM

2 Urban Angel

Concern for a battered wife lands Victor in jail, Tribune stafers worry about conditions in the
neighborhood.

4 Dinosaurs

Refrigerators creatures take Charlene and Baby hostage.

5 Unsolved Mysteries

Bizarre happenings at the St. James Hotel in New Mexico; haunted house in Florida; con artist
poses as doctor.

7 The Royal Family

Al [Redd Foxx] learns a former romantic rival is attending a church barbecue.

9 Mark Russell
Russell lampoons politicians and newsmakers.

11 Movie

"Deepstar Six." [1989] Taurean Blacque; Nancy Everhard. Underwater researchers are trapped 6
miles down by a prehistoric sea monster.

13 Movie

"Something Wicked This Way Comes." [1983] Jason Robards. Mr. Dark opens his pandemonium
carnival and grants wishes, for a price, from the Ray Bradbury novel.

28 National Geographic

Through the ages, people regard the domestic cat with both admiration and loathing.

8:30

4 Wonder Years

See 7:30.

7 It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown

Linus waits in the pumpkin patch.

9 Great Performances

Kiri Te Kanawa and Jerry Hadley perform Paul McCartney and Carl Davis' eight-movement
composition, an autobiography of McCartney's Liverpool years, with the Royal Liverpool
Philharmonic Orchestra and Choir.

9PM

2 Nature of Things

Forensic scientists use DNA testing and other techniques to investigate crimes.

4 Doogie Howser, MD

Wanda returns to town with an admirer, sparking jealousy in Doogie.

5 Night Court

Wired for sound by the FBI, Dan dines with his girlfriend's gangster father.
7 Volunteer-athon (probably local)

22 Perry Mason

Perry tracks down an unfaithful wife's killer. Guests: Jason Evers, Lloyd Bochner.

28 Quality...Or Else!

Government, businesses, managers and workers make drastic changes to survive. Part 2 of 3.

9:30

4 Sibs

Nora [Marsha Mason] gets Lily [Jami Gertz] a job as an assistant to a basketball star.

5 Seinfeld

Jerry, Elaine, George and Kramer lose their car in a mall parking garage.

10PM

2 National-Journal

4 Anything But Love

Aboard a train, Marty dreams a murder mystery.

5 Quantum Leap

As a 21-year-old rape victim [Cheryl Pollak], Sam takes the attacker [Matthew Sheehan] to court.

7 48 Hrs

Americans fight back against crime.

11 22 News

13 Star Trek: The Next Generation

A distress call from a small Earth colony learns to another colony, composed entirely of clones.

28 Nightly Business Report


10:30

4 Good & Evil

Caroline [Brooke Theiss] breaks her silence and saves George's [Mark Blankfield] life.

22 Bob Newhart

28 Emmerdale Farm

See 7:30. Sign of 11PM.

11PM

2 4 5 7 News

9 Comedy Tonight

Ellen DeGeneres; Dan Chopin; Warren Thomas.

11 Married...with Children

13 Arsenio Hall

Guests: Jean Claude Van Damme; Sharon Stone ["Year of the Gun"].

22 Kojak

Kojak must overcome his disapproval of a female detective [Joan Van Ark] to pursue a drug
dealer. Guests: George Maharis, Lisa Pelikan.

11:30/35

2 Newhart

4 Nightline

5 Tonight Show

7 Scene of the Crime

9 Movie

"Night of the Living Dead." [1968] Duane Jones. People hide in a house from carnivorous walking
corpses revived by radiation fallout. Directed by George Romero.
11 Hunter

Typhoon Thompson [Isaac Hayes] leaves prison after eight years and seeks the person who
framed him for murder.

12AM/05

4 Studio 50 (what was this?)

13 Hill Street Blues

A man will testify against the driver who killed his family; Davenport decides whether to try a
case on scant evidence.

22 Baretta

12:10

2 Welcome Back, Kotter

12:30/35

5 Late Night David Letterman

Guest: author Sgt. James E. Eagan.

7 Inside Line (repeat)

11 Twilight Zone

12:40

2 MOVIE

"Son of Dracula." [1943] Lon Chaney Jr., Robert Paige. Count Alucard comes out of a lake in his
coffin and makes a Southern belle his bride.

1AM/05

4 Love Connection
7 13 Paid Program

11 Now It Can Be Told

22 Movie

"Porridge." [1979] Ronnie Barker. An English jailbird accidentally escapes from prison, then tries
to break back in.

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Re: Retro: Seattle/Tacoma, Wednesday, Oct. 30th, 1991

There was a short-lived daily syndicated "Candid Camera" with Dom DeLuise that Vin Di Bona
("America's Funniest Home Videos") produced for the 91-92 season. That was most likely the
version that 13 ran.

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Brain fart! I forgot that KGW-8 in Portland was airing that show in 1991-92...and I have a TV
Guide to boot.

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Retro: Toronto & Hamilton, January 16 thru 20, 1961

MONDAY, JANUARY 16, 1961

EVENING

5:00

9 The Three Musketeers

11 Movie (The Call of the Wild, 1935 adaptation of the Jack London novel, starring Clark Gable
and Loretta Young)

5:30

6 Quick Draw McGraw

9 Man and the Challenge

6:00
6 News (Bruce Marsh)

9 Focus (Rick Hart)

6:15

6 Father Knows Best

9 Sports College (Percival)

6:30

9/11 News

6:45

6 News

7:00

6 Seven-O-One (interviews)

9 Wagon Train

11 The Peoples Choice

7:30

6/11 Don Messers Jubilee (music)

8:00

6/11 The Danny Thomas Show (CBC ran this episode one hour before CBS did)

9 Movie (Tell It to the Judge, 1949 comedy, with Rosalind Russell and Robert Cummings)
8:30

6/11 Jack Kane (The annual Liberty Magazine Awards to Canadian TV personalities are presented
tonight)

9:00

6/11 My Sister Eileen (CBS Wednesdays)

9:30

6/11 Festival 61 (Lord Arthur Savilles Crime, an adaptation of an Oscar Wilde short story)

9 The Rifleman (ABC Tuesdays)

10:00

9 Wanted Dead or Alive (CBS Wednesdays)

10:30

6/11 Inquiry (panel)

9 News

11:00

6/11 News

9 Better Late (Rick Campbell)

11:15

6 Viewpoint (news analysis)

11:20
6 News

11:30

6 Movie (The Cruel Sea, 1953 British drama, with Jack Hawkins)

11 Movie (Lost Horizon, 1937 Frank Capra classic drama, with Ronald Colman and Jane Wyatt)

11:45

9 Glencannon

TUESDAY, JANUARY 17, 1961

EVENING

5:00

9 African Patrol (Ghost Country)

11 Movie (repeat of this mornings 9:30 movie, Double Indemnity, interrupted for news
headlines at 6:30)

5:30

6 Wonders of the Sea

9 The Sea Hawk (The Silent One)

6:00

6 News (Bruce Marsh)

9 Focus (Rick Hart)

6:15

6 Club 6 (Mike Darrow)


9 Barris Beat (interview)

6:30

9 News

6:45

6 News

7:00

6 Seven-O-One (interview)

9 Huckleberry Hound

7:30

6 Directors Choice

9 The Real McCoys (ABC Thursdays)

11 The Rifleman (ABC Tuesdays)

8:00

6/11 The Dinah Shore Chevy Show (NBC Sundays)

9 Movie (The Secret of Convict Lake, 1951 drama, with Glenn Ford, Gene Tierney and Ethel
Barrymore)

9:00

6/11 Front Page Challenge (news correspondent Philip Deane is tonights guest panellist)

9:30
6/11 The Red Skelton Show (This weeks show is actually a shortened edition of The Ed Sullivan
Show, as Sullivan subbed for the ailing Skelton from CBS Studio 50 in New York, and his own
show was pre-empted for the George Gershwin tribute special on Sunday night. Guests include
Bobby Rydell. A CBC simulcast from CBS.)

9 Route 66 (Play it Glissando with guest Anne Francis; CBS Fridays)

10:00

6/11 Close-Up

10:30

6/11 Q for Quest (Andrew Allan hosts Canadian poet James Reaney in his one-man masque An
Evening Without James Reaney)

9 News

11:00

6/11 News

9 Better Late (Rick Campbell)

11:15

6 Viewpoint

11:20

6 News

11:30

6 Trackdown (The Pueblo Kid, with guest Michael Landon)

11 Movie (todays second repeat of Double Indemnity)


11:45

9 Douglas Fairbanks, Jr., Presents

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 18, 1961

EVENING

5:00

9 The Adventures of Rin Tin Tin

11 Movie (The Atomic Kid, 1945 drama, starring Mickey Rooney)

5:30

6 Huckleberry Hound

9 The Adventures of Robin Hood

6:00

6 News (Bruce Marsh)

9 Focus (Rick Hart)

6:15

6 Sea Hunt

9 Sports College (Percival)

6:30

9/11 News
6:45

6 News

7:00

6 Seven-O-One (guests are Macleans magazine editor Blair Fraser and educator Arthur Pigott)

9 Theater (Heroes Never Grow Up)

11 The Rebel (ABC Sundays)

7:30

6 Nations Business

9 The Andy Griffith Show (CBS Mondays)

11 Holiday Ranch (Clif McKay)

7:45

6 Countrytime (Harold Dodds and George Atkins agricultural report)

8:00

6/11 My Three Sons (ABC Thursdays)

9 77 Sunset Strip (ABC Fridays)

8:30

6/11 First Person (The Shadow in the Rose Garden, with Diana Maddox)

9:00
6/11 Perry Comos Kraft Music Hall (guests are Gwen Verdon, George Gobel and Paul Anka. CBC
simulcast with NBC, but not in colour.)

9 NHL Hockey (New York Rangers at Toronto Maple Leafs; Bill and Foster Hewitt comment,
probably for the first time on a non-CBC television station)

10:00

6/11 Winston Churchill The Valiant Years (ABC Sundays)

10:20

9 Sports (Jim Coleman)

10:30

6/11 Explorations (discussion of Canadian labor relations)

9 News

11:00

6/11 News

9 Better Late (Rick Campbell)

11:15

6 Viewpoint

11:20

6 News

11:30
6 Movie (A Womans Vengeance, 1948 drama, with Charles Boyer and Ann Blyth)

11 Movie (The Rains Came, 1939 drama, with Myrna Loy and Tyrone Power)

11:45

9 Meet McGraw

THURSDAY, JANUARY 19, 1961

EVENING

5:00

9 Science Fiction Theater

11 Movie (The Third Man, 1949 classic noir, starring Orson Welles, Joseph Cotten, Trevor Howard
and Alida Valli)

5:30

6 Roy Rogers

9 Tombstone Territory

6:00

6 News (Bruce Marsh)

9 Focus (Rick Hart)

6:15

6 Cannonball

9 Barris Beat (interview)

6:30
9/11 News

6:45

6 News

7:00

6 Seven-O-One (interview)

9 The Best of The Post

11 Wanted Dead or Alive (CBS Wednesdays)

7:30

6 Bachelor Father (NBC Thursdays)

9/11 Lock Up (curiously, the very same episode runs on both CFTO and CHCH-TV)

8:00

6/11 Live a Borrowed Life (CBC-produced panel quiz show)

9 Movie (Five Against the House, 1955 melodrama, with Guy Madison and Kim Novak)

8:30

6/11 Klondike (NBC Mondays)

9:00

6 Background

11 Hockey (St. Catharines Teepees at Hamilton Red Wings; Norm Marshall comments)
9:30

6 The Ford Show Starring Tennessee Ernie Ford (Clif Arquette guests as Charley Weaver; CBC
simulcast from NBC, but not in colour)

9 The Life & Legend of Wyatt Earp (ABC Tuesdays)

10:00

6 Peter Gunn (ABC Mondays)

9 The Rebel (ABC Sundays)

10:15

11 Hockey Talk

10:30

6 The Toronto File (Ed McGibbon; a repeat of this afternoons 4:00 episode)

9 News

11 Think of a Number (quiz)

11:00

6/11 News

9 Better Late (Rick Campbell)

11:15

6 Viewpoint

11:20

6 News
11:30

6 Movie (Boy Meets Girl, 1938 comedy, starring James Cagney and Pat OBrien)

11 Movie (Down These Dark Streets, 1954 mystery, with Broderick Crawford)

11:45

9 The Mike Wallace Interview (this weeks guest is Sammy Davis, Jr.)

FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 1961

As this was the date of the Inauguration of John F. Kennedy as President of the United States,
there were a few deviations from the usual weekday schedule on CBLT and CHCH-TV. Other than
the listings below, the daytime schedules followed the patterns seen in the Monday through
Thursday listings above:

MORNING

9:30

11 Movie (The Teckman Mystery, 1955 British mystery, with Margaret Leighton)

AFTERNOON

12:30

6 Movie (Wicked Woman, 1953 drama, with Beverly Michaels)

1:00

11 Movie (Alias John Preston, 1955 British drama, with Alexander Knox)

2:00

9 Movie (Whirlpool, 1950 drama, starring Gene Tierney and Jose Ferrer)
2:30

6/11 Inauguration Day (CBC-produced taped highlight special of President Kennedys


inauguration, most likely edited together from CBS live coverage that morning)

4:00

6 Cartoon Capers

4:30

6 Junior Roundup

EVENING

5:00

9 Jungle Boy

11 Movie (Pink String and Sealing Wax, 1950 British drama, with Mervyn Johns and Googie
Withers)

5:30

6 Fury (NBC Saturday mornings)

9 Men Into Space

6:00

6 News (Bruce Marsh)

9 Focus (Rick Hart)

6:15
6 The Phil Silvers Show

6:30

9/11 News

6:45

6 News

7:00

6 Seven-O-One (interview)

9 To Be Announced

11 Guestward Ho! (ABC Saturdays)

7:30

6 Sports Huddle

9 Leave It To Beaver (ABC Saturdays)

11 The Real McCoys (ABC Thursdays)

8:00

6/11 Country Hoedown

9 The Jim Backus Show

8:30

6/11 Perry Mason (CBS Saturdays)

9 The Brothers Brannigan


9:00

9 Two Faces West

9:30

6/11 Danger Man (CBS would not begin running this series until April)

9 Country Style (guest this week is singer Barbara Franklin)

10:00

6/11 Have Gun, Will Travel (CBS Saturdays)

10:30

6 On The Scene (Al Boliska and Rex Loring visit Canadian Olympic athlete Ernestine Russell at the
Toronto Central YMCA)

9 News

11 Peter Gunn (ABC Mondays)

11:00

6/11 News

9 Better Late (Rick Campbell)

11:15

6 Viewpoint

11:20

6 News
11:30

6 Gunsmoke (CBS Saturdays)

11:35

11 Movie (Bengazi, 1955 melodrama, with Richard Conte)

12:00

6 Toronto Wrestling

9 Movie (Three Stripes in the Sun, 1955 drama, with Aldo Ray and Dick York)

CFTO-9 in Toronto had signed-on a few weeks earlier.

CHCH-11 Hamilton was still a CBC affiliate; it would become an independent later that year.

The move of CBLT from Channel 9 to Channel 6 (and likely, an increase in power coinciding with
the change of channels) resulted in it's signal area almost completely overlapping with that of
CHCH, which in turn was the likely reason the latter dropped the CBC.

Did any of the Toronto and Hamilton stations in this listing pick up "The Jackie Gleason Show"?
January 20 would be the infamous premiere of "You're in the Picture." Were Canadian viewers
also "treated" to this disaster and Gleason's on-air apology the following week?

...not over CBC, anyway. Dunno if CFCF-TV/12 Montreal or CKLW-TV/9 Windsor picked it up, but
CFTO and CHCH-TV didn't touch it, either...

Retro: Atlanta/Chattanooga (8-4-1985)

Source: Rome News-Tribune


WSB Channel 2 (ABC)

6:00 Herald of Truth

6:30 Sunday Mass

7:00 James Kennedy

7:30 World Tomorrow

8:00 Jimmy Swaggart

9:00 Oral Roberts

9:30 Christopher Closeup

10:00 Robert Schuller

11:00 Peachtree Presbyterian Church

Noon Channel 2 Action News

12:30 This Week with David Brinkley

1:30 Inside America

2:00 Essence

2:30 Movie: "A Bridge too Far" (1977)

6:00 Channel 2 Action News

6:30 News Conference

7:00 Ripley's Believe it Or Not!

8:00 Movie: "The Blues Brothers" (1980)

11:00 Channel 2 Action News

11:30 Sports Final

11:45 ABC News Weekend ReportDonaldson

Midnight Entertainment This Week

1:00 This Week in Country Music


1:30 News

WRCB Channel 3 (NBC)

7:00 Ernest Angley

8:00 Richard Hall

8:30 Larry Jones

9:00 Christian Lifestyle Magazine

9:30 Day of Discovery

10:00 Oral Roberts

10:30 It is Written

11:00 Here and Now

11:30 Jaycee Question

Noon Discover Chattanooga

12:30 Meet The Press

1:00 Millionaire Maker

1:30 Forgotten Child Fund Toyathon

4:30 NBC SportsWorld

6:00 Channel 3 Eyewitness News

6:30 NBC Nightly News (John Hart)

7:00 Punky Brewster

7:30 Sliver Spoons

8:00 Knight Rider

9:00 Movie: "Ravagers" (1979)

11:00 Channel 3 Eyewitness News

11:30 700 Club


WAGA Channel 5 (CBS, Now Fox)

6:15 With this Ring

6:30 Ebenezer Baptist Church

7:00 Kenneth Copeland

8:00 Grace Methodist Church

9:00 CBS News Sunday Morning (Charles Kuralt)

10:30 One Day at A Time

11:00 Wrestling

Noon Viewpoint

12:30 Ironside

1:30 College Football Preview

2:00 Movie: "The Late Show" (1977)

4:00 PGA Golf: Western Open, Final Round

6:00 TV5 Eyewitness News

7:00 60 Minutes

8:00 Murder, She Wrote

9:00 Crazy Like a Fox

10:00 Trapper John, M.D.

11:00 TV5 Eyewitness News

11:30 Sports Unlimited

11:50 CBS News (Charles Osgood)

12:05 Movie: "Raferty and the Gold Dust Twins" (1975)

2:05 CBS News NightWatch


WTVC Channel 9 (ABC)

6:30 Weekend

7:30 Amazing Grace Bible Class

8:00 Old Time Gospel HourJerry Falwell

9:00 Kenneth Copeland

10:00 Jim Whittington

10:30 Local Church Service (Brainerd Baptist Church)

11:30 This Week with David Brinkley

12:30 World of Tomorrow

1:00 Weekend

2:00 Movie: "Exdous" (1960)

6:00 Action News

6:30 ABC World News Sunday (San Donaldson)

7:00 Ripley's Believe it Or Not!

8:00 Movie: "The Blues Brothers" (1980)

11:00 Action News

11:30 Movie: "West Side Story" (1961)

1:30 ABC News Weekend ReportSam Donaldson

WXIA 11 Alive (NBC)

5:30 Laverne & Shirley

6:00 Joy of Gardening

6:30 Leroy Jenkins

7:00 Marilyn Hickey

7:30 Oral Roberts


8:00 In Touch

9:00 Rehoboth Baptist Church

9:30 Camera 11

10:00 Wieuca Baptist Church

11:00 Roswell Street Baptist Church

Noon Wild Kingdom

12:30 Meet the Press

1:00 In Search of...

1:30 Sideline Sports

2:00 Movie: "The Castilian" (1963)

4:30 More Real People

5:00 Rockford Files

6:00 11 Alive News

6:30 NBC Nightly News (John Hart)

7:00 Punky Brewster

7:30 Sliver Spoons

8:00 Knight Rider

9:00 Movie: "Ravagers" (1979)

11:00 11 Alive News

11:30 Hollywood Closeup

Midnight Hawk

1:00 Camera 11

1:30 11 Alive News

2:00 Movie: "Commandos" (1972)

4:00 Waltons
WDEF Channel 12 (CBS)

6:20 Farm Digest

6:30 Bread of Life

7:00 It's Your Business

7:30 James Robinson

8:00 Jimmy Swaggart

9:00 CBS News Sunday MorningKuralt

10:30 World Tomorrow

11:00 James Kennedy

11:30 First Centenary United Methodist Church

Noon Point of View

12:30 Face the Nation

1:00 TBA

4:00 PGA Golf: Western Open, Final Round

6:00 News

6:30 CBS Evening News

7:00 60 Minutes

8:00 Murder, She Wrote

9:00 Crazy Like a Fox

10:00 Trapper John, M.D.

11:00 News

11:30 Robert Schuller

12:30 CBS News


WTBS [Now WPCH] Channel 17 (Ind.)

5:05 Night Tracks

6:00 CNN Headline News

6:30 World Tomorrow

7:00 It is Written

7:30 Sunday Funnies

8:00 Alvin Show

8:30 Bugs Bunny & Friends

9:35 Andy Griffith

10:05 Good News

10:35 Movie: "The Guns of Navarone" (1961)

2:05 Baseball: San Francisco Giants at Atlanta Braves

5:05 High Chaparral

6:05 Wild World of Animals

6:35 Wales Weep Not

7:05 Wrestling

8:05 World at War

9:05 World at War

10:05 Sports Page

11:05 Jerry Falwell

12:05 Robert Schuller

1:05 Jimmy Swaggart

2:05 Larry Jones

2:35 Christian Children's Fund

3:05 Get Smart


3:35 World at Large

4:00 Sunday Mass

4:30 It's Your Business

WATL Channel 36 (Ind.)

7:00 Leroy Jenkins

7:30 W.V. Grant

8:00 Jim Whittington

8:30 Rev. Peter Popof

9:00 See Lab 2020

9:30 Plastic Man

10:30 Movie: "Female Artillery" (1973)

Noon Movie: "Once Upon a Family" (1980)

2:00 Movie: "One of My Wives is Missing" (1976)

4:00 Movie: "The Legacy of Maggie Walsh" (1979)

6:00 Movie: "The Golden Gate Murders" (1979)

8:00 Cannon

9:00 Movie: "Hellinger's Law" (1981)

11:00 Sexuality: Your Mind and Your Body

11:30 Children's Christian Fund

WGNX [WGCL] Channel 46 (Ind, Now CBS)

5:00 Make Room for Daddy

5:30 Wall Street Journal Report

6:00 Editor's Desk


6:30 Porky Pig

7:00 Pink Panther

7:30 Popeye and Woody

8:00 Superfriends

8:30 GoBots

9:00 Transformers

9:30 Those Amazing Animals

10:00 Voltron, Defender of the Universe

10:30 Movie: "Sherlock Homes & the House of Fear" (1945)

Noon Greatest American Hero

1:00 Movie: "They Call Me Mr. Tibbs!" (1970)

3:00 Movie: "The Organization" (1971)

5:00 Tales from The Darkside

5:30 At The Movies

6:00 Fame

7:00 Putting on the Hits

7:30 Mork & Mindy

8:00 Buck Rogers

9:00 Movie: "The Washington Afair" (1977)

11:00 K-Dimension

Midnight W.V. Grant

12:30 David Paul

1:00 Jimmy Swaggart

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Since I know somebody's going to ask what wrestling show was on

Channel 5, IIRC it was what was then called the WWF. I also seem

to recall that later, maybe even before 5 went to Fox, it was moved

to Saturdays at 11 AM. (I remember that because WFMY, which is still

with CBS, was carrying WCW wrestling in the same timeslot.)

Retro: This Week in TV Guide, August 5, 1967 - MN State Edition

This week, Edith Efron's cover story details how NBC's publicity machine is in the process of
turning Barbara Walters from the latest "Today Girl" into a celebrity; guest shots on talk shows,
articles in magazines, invitations to White House dinners, awards from various groups. And we
thought manufactured news celebrities were new! Also, there's Sullivan vs. The (Piccadilly)
Palace, the hunt for the new heavyweight champion, Soviet Russia controlling the news media
(imagine that!) and more!

http://www.itsabouttv.com/2013/08/th...st-5-1967.html

As always your comments, positive as well as negative, are welcome.

As for this week's program listing, it comes from the middle of the week - a typical broadcast day
in the middle of summer. Channel 2, the educational channel in the Twin Cities, isn't
broadcasting, but otherwise we run the gamut from Channels 3 to 12. Unless indicated, they're
all from the Minneapolis-St. Paul area.
Tuesday, August 8, 1967

KDAL, Channel 3 (Duluth) (CBS)

Morning

07:05a CBS News (Joseph Benti)

07:55a News (local)

08:00a Captain Kangaroo

09:00a Candid Camera

09:30a Beverly Hillbillies

10:00a Andy Griffith

10:30a Dick Van Dyke

11:00a Love of Life (color)

11:25a CBS News (color)

11:30a Search for Tomorrow (color)

11:45a Guiding Light (color)

Afternoon

12:00p Town and Country

12:30p As the World Turns (color)

01:00p Password (color)

01:30p House Party (color)

02:00p To Tell The Truth (color)

02:25p CBS News (color)

02:30p The Edge of Night

03:00p Secret Storm

03:30p Mike Douglas (color)


05:00p Leave It to Beaver

05:30p CBS News (Walter Cronkite) (color)

Evening

06:00p News (local)

06:30p Daktari (color)

07:30p Spotlight (color)

08:30p Petticoat Junction (color)

09:00p Essay on Women (color)

09:30p KDAL Special Report

10:00p News

10:25p Editors Choice

10:30p Movie The Restless Years

WCCO, Channel 4 (CBS)

Morning

06:00a Summer Semester

06:30a Siegfried and His Flying Saucer

07:00a Clancy (color)

08:00a Captain Kangaroo

09:00a Dr. Youngdahl (color)

09:05a Merv Griffin

10:00a Andy Griffith

10:30a Dick Van Dyke

11:00a Love of Life (color)

11:25a CBS News (color)


11:30a Search for Tomorrow (color)

11:45a Guiding Light (color)

Afternoon

12:00p News (local) (color)

12:20p Something Special (color)

12:30p As the World Turns (color)

01:00p Password (color)

01:30p House Party (color)

02:00p To Tell The Truth (color)

02:25p CBS News (color)

02:30p The Edge of Night

03:00p Secret Storm

03:30p Beverly Hillbillies

04:00p Mike Douglas (color)

05:30p CBS News (Walter Cronkite) (color)

Evening

06:00p News (local) (color)

06:30p Daktari (color)

07:30p Spotlight (color)

08:30p Petticoat Junction (color)

09:00p London: Where Its Happening (color)

09:30p Essay on Women (color)

10:00p News (color)

10:30p Marshal Dillon

11:00p Movie Abbott and Costello Meet Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
12:30p Movie Manfish

KSTP, Channel 5 (NBC)

Morning

06:15a David Stone (variety) (color)

06:30a City and Country (color)

06:55a Doctors House Call (color)

07:00a Today (color)

09:00a Snap Judgment (color)

09:25a NBC News (color)

09:30a Concentration (color)

10:00a Personality (color)

10:30a Hollywood Squares (color)

11:00a Jeopardy (color)

11:30a Eye Guess (color)

11:55a NBC News (color)

Afternoon

12:00p News (local) (color)

12:15p Dialing for Dollars (color)

12:30p Lets Make a Deal (color)

12:55p NBC News (color)

01:00p Days of Our Lives (color)

01:30p The Doctors (color)

02:00p Another World (color)

02:30p You Dont Say! (color)


03:00p Match Game (color)

03:25p NBC News (color)

03:30p Dialing for Dollars (color)

04:30p Of Lands and Seas (color)

05:25p News (local) (color)

05:30p NBC News (Huntley/Brinkley) (color)

Evening

06:00p News (local) (color)

06:30p The Girl From U.N.C.L.E. (color)

07:30p Occasional Wife (color)

08:00p Movie Visit to a Small Planet

10:00p News (color)

10:30p Johnny Carson (color)

12:00a News and Sports (local) (color)

12:15a M Squad

WDSM, Channel 6 (Duluth, MN) (NBC)

Morning

09:00a Jack LaLanne

09:25a NBC News (color)

09:30a Concentration (color)

10:00a Personality (color)

10:30a Hollywood Squares (color)

11:00a Jeopardy (color)

11:30a Eye Guess (color)


11:55a NBC News (color)

Afternoon

12:00p Virginia Graham

12:30p Lets Make a Deal (color)

12:55p NBC News (color)

01:00p Days of Our Lives (color)

01:30p The Doctors (color)

02:00p Another World (color)

02:30p You Dont Say! (color)

03:00p Match Game (color)

03:25p NBC News (color)

03:30p Snap Judgment

03:55p Bozo and His Pals (color)

05:00p Truth or Consequences (color)

05:30p NBC News (Huntley/Brinkley) (color)

Evening

06:00p News, Rocky Teller (color)

06:30p The Girl From U.N.C.L.E. (color)

07:30p Occasional Wife (color)

08:00p Movie Visit to a Small Planet

10:00p News (color)

10:30p Johnny Carson (color)

KCMT, Channel 7 (Alexandria, MN) (NBC, ABC)

Morning
07:00a Today (color)

09:00a Snap Judgment (color)

09:25a NBC News (color)

09:30a Concentration (color)

10:00a Personality (color)

10:30a Hollywood Squares (color)

11:00a Jeopardy (color)

11:30a Eye Guess (color)

11:55a BC News (color)

Afternoon

12:00p News (local)

12:20p Trading Post

12:30p Lets Make a Deal (color)

12:55p NBC News (color)

01:00p Days of Our Lives (color)

01:30p The Doctors (color)

02:00p Another World (color)

02:30p You Dont Say! (color)

03:00p Match Game (color)

03:25p NBC News (color)

03:30p General Hospital

04:00p Extension News, Views

04:15p Cartoons

04:30p Casper

05:00p Mailbu U
05:30p NBC News (Huntley/Brinkley) (color)

Evening

06:00p News

06:30p The Girl From U.N.C.L.E. (color)

07:30p Its a Small World (color)

08:00p Movie Visit to a Small Planet

10:00p News

10:30p Johnny Carson (color)

WDSE, Channel 8 (Duluth) (Educ.)

Evening

06:00p Film Feature (Space) (color)

06:30p Whats New

07:00p Creative Person

07:30p Infinite Horizons (color)

08:00p So You Want to Live

08:30p Struggle for Peace

09:00p Round Table

10:00p NET Journal

KMSP, Channel 9 (ABC)

Morning

07:30a Morning Show (color)

08:00a Dateline: Hollywood

08:25a Childrens Doctor


08:45a Romper Room (color)

09:30a Jack LaLanne (color)

10:00a Honeymoon Race (color)

10:30a Family Game

11:00a Everybodys Talking

11:30a Donna Reed

Afternoon

12:00p The Fugitive

01:00p Newlywed Game (color)

01:30p Dream Girl (color)

01:55p ABC News (color)

02:00p General Hospital (color)

02:30p Dark Shadows

03:00p Dating Game (color)

03:30p Movie Ambush at Comarron Pass

05:00p ABC News (Reynolds/McBee) (color)

05:30p Timmy and Lassie

Evening

06:00p McHales Navy

06:30p Combat! (color)

07:30p The Invaders (color)

08:30p Peyton Place (color)

09:00p The Fugitive (color)

10:00p News (color)

10:30p Movie Jump Into Hell


12:20a Joey Bishop (color)

WDIO, Channel 10 (Duluth) (ABC)

Morning

08:50a Color Bar (color)

08:55a Mr. Magoo

09:00a Romper Room

09:55a Childrens Doctor (color)

10:00a Honeymoon Race (color)

10:30a Family game

11:00a Everybodys Talking

11:30a Donna Reed

Afternoon

12:00p The Fugitive

01:00p Newlywed Game (color)

01:30p Dream Girl (color)

01:55p ABC News (color)

02:00p General Hospital (color)

02:30p Dark Shadows

03:00p Dating Game (color)

03:30p Movie Canyon River

0515p News, Sports, Weather (local)

05:30p ABC News (Reynolds/McBee) (color)

Evening

06:00p The Twilight Zone


06:30p Combat! (color)

07:30p The Invaders (color)

08:30p Peyton Place (color)

09:00p The Fugitive (color)

10:00p News

10:25p Movie Sorority Girl

12:00a Joey Bishop (color)

WTCN, Channel 11 (Ind.)

Morning

08:55a News (local)

09:00a Cartoon Carnival (color)

09:30a Gloria (exercise) (color)

10:00a Abbott and Costello

10:30a Whirlybirds

11:00a Bachelor Father

11:30a Cooking With Hank

11:45a News (local)

Afternoon

12:00p Lunch With Casey

01:00p Movie Broadway

02:45p Mels Notebook

03:00p Virginia Graham

03:30p Bat Masterson

04:00p Popeye and Pete


04:30p Casey and Roundhouse

05:30p The Flintstones (color)

Evening

06:00p The Munsters

06:30p Laramie

07:30p Perry Mason

08:30p Polka Varieties

09:30p News, Weather, Sports (local)

10:00p Movie Arizona

KEYC, Channel 12 (CBS) (Mankato)

Morning

07:30a CBS News (Joseph Benti)

08:00a Captain Kangaroo

09:00a Candid Camera

09:30a Beverly Hillbillies

10:00a Andy Griffith

10:30a Dick Van Dyke

11:00a Love of Life (color)

11:25a CBS News (color)

11:30a Search For Tomorrow (color)

11:45a Guiding Light (color)

Afternoon

12:00p News (local)

12:30p As the World Turns (color)


01:00p Password (color)

01:30p House Party (color)

02:00p To Tell The Truth (color)

02:25p CBS News (color)

02:30p The Edge of Night

03:00p Secret Storm

03:30p Underway For Peace

04:00p Barts Clubhouse

05:00p Summer Semester

05:30p CBS News (Walter Cronkite) (color)

Evening

06:00p News

06:30p Daktari (color)

07:30p Spotlight (color)

08:30p Petticoat Junction (color)

09:00p Bandwagon

09:30p Essay on Women (color)

10:00p News

10:40p Alfred Hitchcock

Retro: Carolina/Tennessee Thurs, Aug 6, 1964

from TV Guide, Carolina-Tennessee edition

WBTV 3-CBS/ABC Charlotte

6:15 Daily Word


6:20 Summer Semester "Modern Comparative Drama"

6:50 Farm Journal

7:00 Carolina Calling (Smith)

7:45 News/Weather

8:00 Captain Kangaroo

9:00 Tiny Town (Fred Kirby)

9:30 Get the Message

10:00 CBS Morning News

10:30 I Love Lucy

11:00 (Real) McCoys

11:30 Pete & Gladys

noon News/Weather

12:25 CBS News

12:30 Search for Tomorrow

12:45 Guiding Light

1:00 Betty Feezor

1:30 As the World Turns

2:00 Password

2:30 House Party (guest Alan Young)

3:00 Bachelor Father "Bentley and the Bartered Bride"

3:25 CBS News

3:30 Edge of Night

4:00 Secret Storm

4:30 Mickey Mouse Club

5:00 Big Bill's Clubhouse


5:30 Sea Hunt

6:00 News/Weather/Sports

6:25 Editorial

6:30 CBS News

7:00 Arthur Smith

7:30 Lawman "The Joker"

8:00 Rawhide "Incident of the Buryin' Man"

9:00 Perry Mason "The Case of the Guilty Clients"

10:00 Nurses "The Guilt of Molly Kane"

11:00 News/Sports/Weather

11:20 Editorial (Allan Newcomb)

11:25 Movie "Sky Giant"

WFBC 4-NBC Greenvillle

7:00 Today (guests Betty Johnson and Marie Smith)

9:00 Romper Room

9:45 Comedy Time

10:00 Make Room for Daddy (Danny gets a traffic summons...from Andy Griffith)

10:30 Word for Word (c)

10:55 NBC News

11:00 Concentration

11:30 Jeopardy! (c)

noon Say When (c)

12:30 Truth or Consequences (c)

12:55 NBC News


1:00 News/Weather

1:05 Tele-Scope (Monty DuPuy)

1:30 Let's Make a Deal (c)

1:55 NBC News

2:00 Loretta Young

2:30 Doctors

3:00 Another World

3:30 You Don't Say! (c)

4:00 Match Game

4:25 Monty's Club

5:00 Huckleberry Hound

5:30 Sea Hunt

6:00 News/Weather/Sports

6:30 NBC News

7:00 Movie "The Bear"

8:30 Dr. Kildare "Speak Not in Angry Whispers"

9:30 New Christy Minstrels (c/premiere of a 5-week replacement for Hazel with guests Hendra &
Ullett in their US TV debut; filmed at the US Pavilion at the NY World's Fair)

10:00 Kraft Suspense Theatre "The Sweet Taste of Vengeance" (c)

11:00 News/Sports/Weather

11:30 Tonight Show (c/Johnny's back with tales of his night-club engagement, and is joined by
Eva Gabor, Art Van Damme, and Karon Rondell)

WCYB 5-NBC/ABC Bristol

7:00 Today

9:00 Comedy Time


9:25 Daily Devotion

9:30 Father Knows Best

10:00 Make Room for Daddy

10:30 Word for Word (c)

10:55 NBC News

11:00 Concentration

11:30 Jeopardy! (c)

noon Say When (c)

12:30 Truth or Consequences (c)

12:55 News

1:00 Tennessee Ernie Ford (guest Keely Smith)

1:30 Let's Make a Deal (c)

1:55 NBC News

2:00 Loretta Young

2:30 Doctors

3:00 Another World

3:30 You Don't Say! (c)

4:00 Match Game

4:25 NBC News

4:30 Missing Links

5:00 Looney Tunes (Ed Spiegel)

5:30 Yogi Bear

6:00 News/Weather/Sports

6:25 Editorial

6:30 NBC News


7:00 Arthur Smith (listed as same episode as ch 3)

7:30 Lawbreaker

8:00 Trails West

8:30 Dr. Kildare "Speak Not in Angry Whispers"

9:30 New Christy Minstrels (c)

10:00 Kraft Suspense Theatre "The Sweet Taste of Vengeance" (c)

11:00 News/Sports/Weather

11:15 Tonight Show (c)

WATE 6-NBC Knoxville

6:30 Compass

7:00 Today

9:00 Public Afairs

9:30 Homemakers (Mary Starr)

10:00 Make Room for Daddy

10:30 Word for Word (c)

10:55 NBC News

11:00 Concentration

11:30 Jeopardy! (c)

noon Say When (c)

12:30 Truth or Consequences (c)

12:55 NBC News

1:00 News/Weather

1:05 Movie "All My Sons"

2:30 Doctors
3:00 Another World

3:30 You Don't Say! (c)

4:00 Match Game

4:25 NBC News

4:30 Let's Make a Deal (c)

5:00 Mickey Mouse Club

5:30 Magilla Gorilla

6:00 News/Weather/Sports

6:30 NBC News

7:00 Biography (Princess Margaret, sister of Queen Elizabeth II)

7:30 Temple Houston "Ten Rounds for Baby"

8:30 Dr. Kildare "Speak Not in Angry Whispers"

9:30 New Christy Minstrels (c)

10:00 Kraft Suspense Theatre "The Sweet Taste of Vengeance" (c)

11:00 News/Sports/Weather

11:30 Tonight Show (c)

WSPA 7-CBS Spartanburg

6:00 Morning Devotion

6:15 Agriculture, USA

6:30 Summer Semester (as ch 3 at 6:20)

7:00 News/Weather

8:00 Captain Kangaroo

9:00 Jack LaLanne

9:30 Father Knows Best


10:00 CBS Morning News

10:30 I Love Lucy

11:00 (Real) McCoys

11:30 Pete & Gladys

noon Love of Life

12:25 CBS News

12:30 Search for Tomorrow

12:45 Guiding Light

1:00 Ann Sothern

1:30 As the World Turns

2:00 Password

2:30 House Party

3:00 To Tell the Truth

3:25 CBS News

3:30 Edge of Night

4:00 Secret Storm

4:30 Movie "Elsa Maxwell's Hotel for Women"

6:00 News/Weather/Sports

6:30 CBS News

7:00 Dragnet

7:30 Password

8:00 Rawhide "Incident of the Buryin' Man"

9:00 Perry Mason "The Case of the Guilty Clients"

10:00 Nurses "The Guilt of Molly Kane"

11:00 News/Sports/Weather
11:20 Movie "Seventh Heaven"

WSOC 9-NBC/ABC Charlotte

6;15 Continental Classroom

6:45 Farm & Home (Foster)

7:00 Today

9:00 Cartoons

9:30 Divorce Court

10:30 Price is Right (celeb guest Wally Cox)

11:00 Concentration

11:30 Missing Links

noon Love of Life (CBS, not cleared by ch 3)

12:25 Midday (Jimmy Kilgo)

12:55 NBC News

1:00 Father Knows Best

1:30 Tennessee Ernie Ford (guests Minnie Pearl and Roger Miller)

2:00 Loretta Young

2:30 Doctors

3:00 General Hospital

3:30 Trailmaster

4:30 Clown Carnival (Lindsay)

5:30 Yogi Bear

6:00 News/Weather/Sports

6:30 NBC News

7:00 Biography (Gen. George Marshall)


7:30 Flintstones "Big League Freddie" (c)

8:00 Donna Reed "Nice Work"

8:30 My Three Sons "Par for the Course"

9:00 Jimmy Dean (guests Chet Atkins, Molly Bee, Homer & Jethro, and Don Adams)

10:00 Kraft Suspense Theatre "The Sweet Taste of Vengeance" (c)

11:00 News/Sports/Weather

11:30 Tonight Show (c)

WBIR 10-CBS Knoxville

6:30 Farm & Home (Cas Walker)

8:00 Captain Kangaroo

9:00 Cartoons

9:30 Divorce Court "Robinson vs Robinson"

10:30 I Love Lucy

11:00 (Real) McCoys

11:30 Pete & Gladys

noon Love of Life

12:25 CBS News

12:30 Search for Tomorrow

12:45 Guiding Light

1:00 Bachelor Father "Peter Gets Jury Duty"

1:30 As the World Turns

2:00 Password

2:30 House Party

3:00 To Tell the Truth


3:25 CBS News

3:30 Edge of Night

4:00 Secret Storm

4:30 Movie "Death of a Champion"

6:00 Three Stooges

6:15 News/Weather

6:30 CBS News

7:00 Funtime

7:30 Tennessee Primary/Knox Co. General Election (ch 11's TVG ad mentions the Tennessee
Television Network, did it just consist of ch 10 and 11, or were other stations involved as well?)

11:00 News/Sports/Weather

11:15 Election Coverage cont'd

WJHL 11-CBS/ABC Johnson City

6:55 News

7:00 Rise & Shine (McKinney)

7:30 Gospel Time

8:00 Captain Kangaroo

9:00 Cartoons

9:20 Morning Devotion

9:30 Deputy Dawg

10:00 CBS Morning News

10:30 I Love Lucy

11:00 (Real) McCoys

11:30 Pete & Gladys

noon Love of Life


12:25 CBS News

12:30 Search for Tomorrow

12:45 Guiding Light

1:00 News/Weather

1:05 Memo from Ilo

1:30 As the World Turns

2:00 Password

2:30 House Party

3:00 To Tell the Truth

3:25 CBS News

3:30 Edge of Night

4:00 Secret Storm

4:30 Price is Right (celeb guest Gretchen Wyler)

5:00 Surfside 6

6:00 Password

6:30 CBS News

7:00 News/Weather/Sports

7:30 Tennessee Primary/Knox Co. General Election

11:00 News/Sports/Weather

11:15 Election Coverage cont'd

WLOS 13-ABC Asheville

6:25 Daily Word

6:30 Mr. Bill's Cartoons

6:55 News for Farmers


7:00 Mr. Bill's Cartoons

9:00 Movie "The Great McGinty"

10:30 Price is Right

11:00 Get the Message

11:30 Missing Links

noon News Service

12:30 Tennessee Ernie Ford (as 1:30 on ch 9)

1:00 Trailmaster

2:00 Detectives "Armed and Dangerous"

2:30 Day in Court

3:00 General Hospital

3:30 Queen for a Day

4:00 Superman "The Big Forget"

4:30 Movie "White Savage"

5:55 Weather (Martin Morgan)

6:00 ABC News

6:15 News/Sports

6:25 Editorial

6:30 Lawman "Reunion in Laramie"

7:00 Have Gun-Will Travel

7:30 Flintstones "Big League Freddie" (c)

8:00 Donna Reed "Nice Work"

8:30 My Three Sons "Par for the Course"

9:00 Ensign O'Toole

9:30 Jimmy Dean (as 9pm, ch 9)


10:30 Detectives

11:00 ABC News

11:15 Editorial (Arthur Whiteside)

11:20 Weather/Sports

11:25 Movie "Johnny O'Clock"

WTVK 26-ABC Knoxville

10:30 Price is Right

11:00 Get the Message

11:30 Missing Links

noon Father Knows Best

12:30 Tennessee Ernie Ford (as 1:30, ch 9)

1:00 TV Bingo

2:00 Inside USA

2:30 Day in Court

3:00 General Hospital

3:30 Queen for a Day

4:00 Trailmaster

5:00 Movie "Frankenstein Meets the Wolf Man"

6:45 Cue Sheet (Ralph Moore)

7:15 ABC News

7:30 Flintstones "Big League Freddie" (c)

8:00 Donna Reed "Nice Work"

8:30 My Three Sons "Par for the Course"

9:00 Ensign O'Toole


9:30 Jimmy Dean (as 9pm, ch 9)

10:30 ABC News Report (no info listed)

11:00 ABC News

WAIM 40-ABC/CBS Anderson

8:00 Captain Kangaroo

9:00 Cartoons

10:00 CBS Morning News

10:30 I Love Lucy

11:00 Get the Message

11:30 Missing Links

noon Father Knows Best

12:30 Tennessee Ernie Ford (as 1:30, ch 9)

1:00 Playhouse 40

2:00 Farm & Home Hour

2:30 Day in Court

3:00 General Hospital

3:30 Queen for a Day

4:00 Trailmaster

5:00 Sports Film Feature

5:30 Evening Vespers

6:00 ABC News

6:15 Industry on Parade

6:30 CBS News

7:00 Film Feature


7:30 Password

8:00 Suspense "Fast Break"

8:30 My Three Sons "Par for the Course"

9:00 Ensign O'Toole

9:30 Jimmy Dean (as 9pm, ch 9)

10:30 Sports Film Feature

11:00 ABC News

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Re: Retro: Carolina/Tennessee Thurs, Aug 6, 1964

Quote Originally Posted by Bluenoser takes us back 49 years to North Carolina and Eastern
Tennessee, courtesy of the TV Guide for that area:

WBIR 10-CBS Knoxville

7:30 Tennessee Primary/Knox Co. General Election (ch 11's TVG ad mentions the Tennessee
Television Network, did it just consist of ch 10 and 11, or were other stations involved as well?)

11:00 News/Sports/Weather

11:15 Election Coverage cont'd


WJHL 11-CBS/ABC Johnson City

7:30 Tennessee Primary/Knox Co. General Election

11:00 News/Sports/Weather

11:15 Election Coverage cont'd

Since both WBIR and WJHL were CBS affiliates, I would think---but don't know for sure---that the
other two stations carrying the coverage were likely the CBS stations in Memphis (WREG) and
Nashville (WLAC-5; now WTVF).

I suspect statewide election reports originated from Nashville, given it's the state capitol.

Retro: Maine Sat, Aug 7, 1976

from TV Guide-Maine edition

WLBZ 2-NBC Bangor

8:00 Emergency Plus 4

8:30 Josie & the Pussycats

9:00 Waldo Kitty

9:30 Pink Panther

10:00 Land of the Lost

10:30 Run, Joe, Run

11:00 Return to the Planet of the Apes

11:30 Westwind

noon Jetsons

12:30 Go-USA "Go Away Kid, You Bother Me"

1:00 Bonanza
2:00 Grandstand

2:15 Baseball: Philadelphia-St. Louis (or Kansas City-Chicago White Sox)

5:00 Movie "Adventures of Neeka" (Lassie compilation of 3 episodes)

6:30 NBC Nightly News

7:00 Wild Kingdom (jaguars in Mexico)

7:30 Candid Camera

8:00 Adventurizing with the Chopper (pilot)

8:30 Movie "There was a Crooked Man"

11:00 Irish Rovers (guests the Clancy Brothers)

11:30 Weekend (2 brothers convicted in a NC kidnapping case claim their innocence/how Thai
prostitution attracts foreign tourists)

CHSJ 4-CBC Saint John listed ET

11:00 Circle Square (that's noon AT, the latest wake-up of the week at Crown & Union; CHSJ
signed-on at 6am ET Sun and 8am weekdays)

11:30 Onedin Line

12:30 Scintillating Science

1:00 Saturday Sports (Canadians at the 1976 Olympics)

3:00 Boat Racing (tiger-boat action from Ottawa)

4:00 Lost Islands

4:30 Welcome Back, Kotter

5:00 Klahanie

5:30 Phyllis

6:00 Hawaii Five-O

7:00 TBA

8:00 Baseball: Chicago Cubs-Montreal


11:00 The National

11:15 News

11:25 Movie "The Silencers"

WABI 5-CBS Bangor

7:00 Friends of Man (training animal actors)

7:30 Underdog

8:00 Pebbles & Bamm Bamm

8:30 Bugs Bunny/Road Runner

9:30 Scooby-Doo

10:00 Shazam!/Isis

11:00 Far Out Space Nuts

11:30 Ghost Busters

noon Valley of the Dinosaurs

12:30 Fat Albert

1:00 CBS Children's Film Festival "The Camerons" (1974/UK)

2:00 Big Blue Marble

2:30 Pop! Goes the Country (guests Merle Haggard, Leona Williams, and Ronnie Reno)

3:00 Wrestling

4:00 Fisherman

4:30 Volvo International Tennis Championships

6:00 News

6:30 CBS Evening News

7:00 Lawrence Welk (songs to dance to)

8:00 Jefersons
8:30 Doc

9:00 Mary Tyler Moore

9:30 Bob Newhart

10:00 NFL Exhibition: Dallas-Los Angeles

WCSH 6-NBC Portland

6:55 First Radio Parish Church

7:00 News

7:15 Davey & Goliath

7:30 Go-USA "Gordon"

8:00 Emergency Plus 4

8:30 Josie & the Pussycats

9:00 Waldo Kitty

9:30 Pink Panther

10:00 Land of the Lost

10:30 Run, Joe, Run

11:00 Return to the Planet of the Apes

11:30 Westwind

noon Movie "Girl from Mexico" (bw)

2:00 Grandstand

2:15 Baseball: Philadelphia-St. Louis (or Kansas City-Chicago White Sox)

5:00 My Partner, the Ghost

6:00 Dragnet

6:30 NBC Nightly News

7:00 Wild Kingdom (as ch 2)


7:30 Candid Camera (2 and 6 aired diferent episodes)

8:00 Adventurizing with the Chopper (pilot)

8:30 Movie "There was a Crooked Man"

11:00 Irish Rovers (as ch 2)

11:30 Weekend

WEMT 7-ABC Bangor (would become WVII 2 months later...the station logo at the time looked
like a cross of the WKBW Circle 7 (used at 7 mid 80s to mid 90s) and the traditional Circle 7 logo
(used since the mid 90s))

7:30 Groovie Goolies

8:00 Hong Kong Phooey

8:30 Tom & Jerry/Great Grape Ape

9:30 Adventures of Gilligan

10:00 Super Friends

11:00 Speed Buggy

11:30 Oddball Couple

noon Lost Saucer

12:30 American Bandstand (guest Cyndi Greco/interview with Penny Marshall)

1:30 This is Baseball

2:00 Baseball: Milwaukee-Boston (the Sox have aired on all 3 Bangor channels in its history;
WAGM has also been part of the Sox network as well)

4:30 Wally's Workshop

5:00 ABC Wide World of Sports (US-USSR track meet with both Olympic squads squaring of in
Maryland)

6:30 Wrestling

7:30 James Robison Presents

8:00 Monty Hall's Variety Hour (guests Cloris Leachman, Ed Asner, Minnie Ripperton, and Shields
& Yarnell)

9:00 Movie "On a Clear Day You Can See Forever"

11:30 Stacey's Country Jamboree

WMTW 8-ABC Poland Spring

7:00 Across the Fence

7:30 Jetsons

8:00 Word of Life for Youth Today

8:30 Tom & Jerry/Great Grape Ape

9:30 Scooby-Doo

10:00 Super Friends

11:00 Speed Buggy

11:30 Oddball Couple

noon Lost Saucer

12:30 American Bandstand

1:30 Movie "The Hasty Heart" (bw)

3:30 NFL Championship Games (1970 NFC final: Dallas v San Francisco)

4:00 This is Baseball

4:30 Greatest Sports Legends (Jerry West)

5:00 ABC Wide World of Sports

6:30 Hogan's Heroes

7:00 Welcome Back, Kotter

7:30 What's Happening! (premiere, 4-week run)

8:00 Monty Hall's Variety Hour

9:00 Movie "On a Clear Day You Can See Forever"


11:30 ABC News

11:45 Don Kirshner's Rock Concert (guests Gloria Gaynor, Leslie West, and Jimmie Spheeris)

1:15 News

WAGM 8-CBS/NBC/ABC Presque Isle (sister station to WABI at the time, carrying many of the
same syndied programs)

8:00 Pebbles & Bamm Bamm

8:30 Bugs Bunny/Road Runner

9:30 Scooby-Doo

10:00 Shazam!/Isis

11:00 Far Out Space Nuts

11:30 Ghost Busters

noon Valley of the Dinosaurs

12:30 Fat Albert

1:00 CBS Children's Film Festival "The Camerons"

2:00 Grandstand (NBC)

2:15 Baseball: Philadelphia-St. Louis (or Kansas City-Chicago White Sox; NBC)

5:00 ABC Wide World of Sports (ABC)

6:30 CBS Evening News

7:00 Lawrence Welk (as ch 5)

8:00 Adventurizing with the Chopper (pilot/NBC)

8:30 Movie "There was a Crooked Man" (NBC)

11:00 TBA

11:30 Weekend (NBC)

WCBB 10-PBS Augusta


4pm Sesame Street

5:00 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

5:30 TV Garden Club

6:00 Washington Week in Review

6:30 Consumer Survival Kit

7:00 Wall Street Week

7:30 Agronsky & Company

8:00 At the Top (salute to Bix Beiderbecke with guests Jimmy McPartland, Marian McPartland,
and Joe Venuti)

9:00 Movie "Dr. Mabuse, King of Crime" (bw)

WENH 11-PBS Durham

6pm Upstairs, Downstairs

7:00 Nova "The Williamsburg File" (a BBC/WGBH look at the restoration of the Colonial Virginia
city)

8:00 At the Top (as ch 10)

9:00 Movie "Dr. Mabuse, King of Crime" (bw)

MPBN (PBS): WMEB 12-Orono, WMEM 10-Presque Isle, WMED 13-Calais, WMEG 26-Biddeford

4pm Sesame Street

5:00 Olympiad "The Australians"

6:00 Upstairs, Downstairs

7:00 Wall Street Week

7:30 Agronsky & Company

8:00 Nova "The Williamsburg File"

9:00 Movie "The Iron Horse" (bw)


WGAN 13-CBS Portland

6:00 Maine Weather

6:30 Summer Semester "Transformation of American Society"

7:00 Ozzie & Harriet (bw)

7:30 Monkees

8:00 Pebbles & Bamm Bamm

8:30 Bugs Bunny/Road Runner

9:30 Scooby-Doo

10:00 Shazam!/Isis

11:00 Far Out Space Nuts

11:30 Ghost Busters

noon Ironside (CBS' midday cartoons delayed to Sun 7:30-8:30am)

1:00 Wrestling

2:00 Baseball: Milwaukee-Boston

4:30 Volvo International Tennis Championships

6:00 News

6:30 CBS Evening News

7:00 Phyllis

7:30 Bobby Vinton (guest Anne Murray)

8:00 Jefersons

8:30 Doc

9:00 Jack Van Impe Crusade "Can America Survive?" (from Philadelphia)

10:00 NFL Exhibition: Dallas-Los Angeles

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The track meet on "Wide World Of Sports" was probably televised live and/or same-day.

It was held less than a week after the end of the Summer Olympics in Montreal, so the Russian
track team competed there before going home; likewise, I suspect the U.S. track team went
there straight from Montreal, although for all I know, the U.S. Olympic track medalists may have
come there by way of Washington where then-President Ford may have honored them.

Retro: Atlanta/Chattanooga/Macon Saturday, August 11, 1962

From TV Guide, Georgia (Atlanta) Edition:

WSB Ch. 2 Atlanta (NBC)

8 AM Spade And Hoe

8:30 Cartoons

9:30 Pip The Piper (COLOR)

10 AM Shari Lewis (guests: Jerry Orbach and Tom Tichenor's

puppets Horrible Henry and Carrot Top, COLOR)

10:30 King Leonardo (COLOR)

11 AM Fury
11:30 Make Room For Daddy (guest: Ernest Borgnine)

12 N Mr. Wizard

12:30 Superman

1 PM Baseball: Orioles-Red Sox (Joe Garagiola and Bob Wolf report)

4 PM Cartoons (time approximate)

4:30 Dangerous Robin

5 PM Movie: "Trail Of The Lonesome Pine"

6:30 News, Weather

6:45 Eyewitness (local, but this is not "Eyewitness News," a title

that would be used later by Ch. 11, then by Ch. 5)

7 PM King Of Diamonds (one of Broderick Crawford's two unsuccessful

attempts to duplicate his success on "Highway Patrol"; the other

was "The Interns" in 1970-71)

7:30 Tales Of Wells Fargo (COLOR)

8:30 The Tall Man

9 PM NBC Movie: "The Black Rose" (COLOR)

11 PM Movie: "O.S.S."

sign of 12:50 AM

WRGP (WRCB) Ch. 3 Chattanooga (NBC)

7:30 Movie: "The Singing Vagabond" (Gene Autry)

8:30 Sergeant Preston Of The Yukon

9 AM Navy Film: "Mediterranean Patrol"

9:30 Pip The Piper (COLOR)


10 AM Shari Lewis (COLOR)

10:30 King Leonardo (COLOR)

11 AM Fury

11:30 Make Room For Daddy

12 N Pin Busters (bowling)

1 PM Baseball: Orioles-Red Sox

4 PM Decoy (time approximate)

4:30 The Buccaneers

5 PM Wrestling From Chattanooga (perhaps better remembered

from its years on Ch. 12)

6:45 News, Weather

7 PM Tightrope! (Mike Connors, pre-"Mannix")

7:30 Tales Of Wells Fargo (COLOR)

8:30 The Tall Man

9 PM NBC Movie: "The Black Rose" (COLOR)

11 PM Movie: "Distant Drums"

sign of 12:30 AM

WAGA Ch. 5 Atlanta (CBS)

7:30 4-H Hour

8 AM Funny Pictures (Dave Michaels, later anchor at Ch. 11

and CNN)

9 AM Captain Kangaroo

10 AM Bugs Bunny (separate from the ABC show)


10:30 Mighty Mouse

11 AM Magic Land Of Allakazam

11:30 Roy Rogers

12 N Sky King

12:30 Cartoons

12:45 Baseball: Tigers-Yankees (Dizzy Dean and Pee Wee Reese

report)

4 PM Championship Wrestling From Florida (time approximate)

4:30 Grand Ole Opry

5 PM Movie: "The Enforcer"

6:55 Political Talk (this was a gubernatorial election year in Georgia,

but I don't know who the speaker was)

7 PM Perry Mason (same show airing on Chs. 12 and 13 at 7:30)

8 PM Third Man

8:30 The Defenders

9:30 Have Gun, Will Travel

10 PM Gunsmoke

11 PM News, Weather

11:15 Movie: "Les Miserables"

sign of 1:15 AM

WGTV Ch. 8 Athens/Atlanta (NET)

of air on Saturday

WTVC Ch. 9 Chattanooga (ABC)


7:30 Better Agriculture

8 AM Western Movie

9 AM Cartoons

10 AM Western Movie

11 AM Light Time (religious program for kids)

11:30 Bugs Bunny (same show airing on Ch. 11 at 12 N)

12 N Mull's Singing Convention

1 PM Word Of God

1:30 This Is The Answer

2 PM Movie: "Thundering Caravans" (Rocky Lane, the voice

of Mister Ed, from '52)

3 PM Championship Bowling

4 PM Crunch And Des

4:30 Air Force Story

5 PM Hawkeye And The Last Of The Mohicans

5:30 Ramar Of The Jungle

6 PM The Visitor

6:30 The Falcon

7 PM Beany And Cecil

7:30 Calvin And The Colonel

8 PM Room For One More

8:30 Leave It To Beaver

9 PM Lawrence Welk (Hawaiian music is the theme)

10 PM Invitation To Paris (rerun of a two-year-old special


with Maurice Chevalier, Fernandel, and Patachou,

pre-empts "The Fight Of The Week" and "Saturday

Sports Final")

11 PM Movie: "To Have And Have Not" (Humphrey Bogart

and Lauren Bacall's first film together, from '44)

WLW-A (WXIA) Ch. 11 Atlanta (ABC)

7 AM Cartoons

8 AM Adventures In Living

9 AM Billy Johnson

9:30 Jet Jackson

10 AM Rocky Jones, Space Ranger

10:30 The Buccaneers

11 AM Circus Boy

11:30 Sir Lancelot

12 N Bugs Bunny (ABC)

12:30 Teen Time (Billy Johnson)

1:30 Stars Of Tomorrow (Freddie Miller)

2 PM Movies: "Man's Castle" and "Can't Help Singing"

5 PM Beany And Cecil (delay from 7 PM)

5:30 Robin Hood

6 PM Live Atlanta Wrestling

7:30 Calvin And The Colonel

8 PM Room For One More


8:30 Leave It To Beaver

9 PM Lawrence Welk

10 PM Invitation To Paris

11 PM News, Weather

11:15 Roller Derby

WDEF Ch. 12 Chattanooga (CBS)

8:30 Cartoons

9 AM Captain Kangaroo

10 AM The Alvin Show

10:30 Mighty Mouse

11 AM Magic Land Of Allakazam

11:30 Roy Rogers

12 N Sky King

12:30 CBS News (Roger Mudd)

12:45 Baseball: Tigers-Yankees

4 PM Movie: "Hold Back The Dawn" (time approximate)

6 PM Roller Derby

7 PM Peter Gunn

7:30 Perry Mason

8:30 The Defenders

9:30 Have Gun, Will Travel

10 PM Gunsmoke

11 PM Movie: "Invitation To Happiness"


sign of 12:40 AM

WMAZ Ch. 13 Macon (CBS/NBC/ABC)

7 AM Komedy Korner

8 AM Superman

8:30 Cisco Kid

9 AM Captain Kangaroo

10 AM The Alvin Show

10:30 Mighty Mouse

11 AM Magic Land Of Allakazam

11:30 Roy Rogers

12 N Sky King

12:30 CBS News

12:45 Baseball: Tigers-Yankees

4 PM Wrestling (don't know where from, time approximate)

5 PM Bugs Bunny (ABC, delay from 12 N)

5:30 Grand Ole Opry

6 PM Ben Casey (ABC, delay from Mon 10 PM)

7 PM Eddie Cannon (local music show)

7:30 Perry Mason

8:30 The Defenders

9:30 Political Talk (pre-empts "Have Gun, Will Travel")

10 PM Gunsmoke

11 PM Lawrence Welk (old vaudevillian Ted Lewis and singer


Roberta Shore are guests, ABC, delay of at least a week

from 9 PM)

12 M Famous Playhouse

I assume the Lawrence Welk Show at 11 P.M. on WMAZ-TV, Channel 13 in Macon is one that was
delayed from August 4th. Is that the same Roberta Shore in that program who was in "The
Shaggy Dog" and some other Disney shows? I didn't know she was a singer.

That's the same one! She also was on "The Virginian" for the first 3 seasons and often sang on
that show as well. Here's a clip of her from a Welk show:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rmxeVKuNYHg

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Re: Retro: Atlanta/Chattanooga/Macon Saturday, August 11, 1962

Thanks for making that clip available. I never heard Roberta Shore sing before. She sounded a
little like: Theresa Brewer....Jill Corey....even Sue Thompson.

Retro: Detroit/Windsor Sat, Aug 2, 1975

from Detroit News

WJBK 2-CBS
5:50 Message for Today/News

6:00 Across the Fence

6:30 Summer Semester

7:00 Bailey's Comets

7:30 US of Archie

8:00 My Favorite Martians

8:30 Speed Buggy

9:00 Jeannie

9:30 Pebbles & Bamm Bamm

10:00 Scooby-Doo, Where are You?

10:30 Shazam!

11:00 Valley of the Dinosaurs

11:30 Hudson Brothers Razzle Dazzle Comedy Show

noon Harlem Globetrotters Popcorn Machine

12:30 Fat Albert & the Cosby Kids

1:00 CBS Children's Film Festival "Strange Holiday" (from Australia)

2:00 Sir Graves Ghastly "It Came from Outer Space"

4:00 Jerry (Hodak?) Visits (guest Dyan Cannon)

4:30 CBS Sports Spectacular (World Swimming Championships pt 2)

6:00 News (Woody Willis/Don Lark)

7:00 CBS Evening News

7:30 $25,000 Pyramid

8:00 All in the Family

8:30 Jefersons

9:00 Mary Tyler Moore


9:30 Bob Newhart

10:00 Moses, the Lawgiver (conclusion)

11:00 News (Willis/Lark)

11:30 TV2 Weekend Movie "Catch as Catch Can"

1:30 TV2 Late Show "Stolen Face" (bw)

WWJ 4-NBC

6:55 First Edition News

7:00 Country Living "Garden Doctor"

7:30 Oopsy

8:30 Wheelie & the Chopper Bunch

9:00 Emergency Plus 4

9:30 Run, Joe, Run

10:00 Land of the Lost

10:30 Sigmund & the Sea Monsters

11:00 Pink Panther

11:30 Star Trek (animated)

noon Jetsons

12:30 Kiplinger Report

12:45 Champions

1:45 Tiger Talk

2:00 Baseball: Detroit-Boston (George Kell/Larry Osterman; Kell also hosted the pre-game show)

5:00 Westchester Classic golf

6:00 News

6:30 NBC Nightly News


7:00 Profiles in Black (Gil Maddox interviews Woody King (director of What the Wine Sellers Buy,
which was playing at the Fisher), Ron Trice (star of the play), and the Detroit FD's Carl Boldon)

7:30 Masquerade Party

8:00 Emergency!

9:00 NBC Saturday Night at the Movies "Goodbye Again" (bw)

11:20 News

11:50 Tonight Show (guests Sammy Davis Jr., Jack Cassidy, and Steve Martin)

WXYZ 7-ABC

6:40 News

7:00 Old Time Comedies "Stage Hand" (bw)

7:30 Korg: 70,000 BC

8:00 Yogi's Gang

8:30 Bugs Bunny

9:00 Hong Kong Phooey

9:30 Gilligan

10:00 Devlin

10:30 Lassie's Rescue Rangers

11:00 Superfriends

noon These are the Days

12:30 American Bandstand

1:30 Lone Ranger

2:00 Wanted: Dead or Alive (bw)

2:30 NFL Action

3:00 Water World

3:30 Animal World "Forest in the Sea"


4:00 ABC Wide World of Sports (AFC-NFC Hall of Fame Game: Washington-Cincinnati)

7:00 ABC Evening News

7:30 Treasure Hunt

8:00 Keep on Truckin'

9:00 ABC Saturday Night Movie "Money from Home"

11:00 News (Van Marshall/Larry Adderly)

11:15 ABC News

11:30 Saturday Night Movies "Rio Concho"/"Thunder in the East" (second film bw)

3:30 Soundings

CKLW 9-CBC (also some CTV programs, station was partially owned by the owners of CTV
Toronto flagship CFTO)

8:00 Cartoon Playhouse

8:30 Uncle Bobby

9:00 Forest Rangers omnibus

11:30 Carol Mann Golf Challenge (Carol takes on David Wayne)

noon Frank DeAngelis

12:30 Music to See (pianist Monica Gaylor)

1:00 Greatest Sports Legends

1:30 Country Canada

2:00 CBC Sports

3:30 Swiss Family Robinson

4:30 Red Fisher

5:00 Tarzan Theatre

6:00 My Father the Ghost

7:00 Police Surgeon


8:00 Baseball: Philadelphia-Montreal

10:30 Sportsweek

11:00 The National

11:15 A Look Back

11:30 Nightmare Theatre "Snake People"

WXON 20-Ind

11:30 Rocket Robin Hood

noon Marvel Super Heroes

12:30 Ultra Man

1:00 Batman

1:30 Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea (bw)

2:30 Daniel Boone

3:30 Champions

4:30 Rifleman (bw)

5:00 Adventures Outdoors

5:30 Jimmy Dean

6:00 Cinema 20 "Gilda" (bw)

8:00 Presenting the Van Impes (the biggest sign of the Apocalypse in Detroit before the
implosion of the auto industry )

8:30 Public Policy Forum "Health Insurance-What Should Be the Federal Role?" (pt 2)

9:30 Temple Baptist Church

10:00 700 Club

11:30 Right On

WKBD 50-Ind
7:30 Insight "Sandalmaker"

8:00 Jabberwocky (from WCVB Boston, which aired this early Saturday mornings well into the
start of this century)

8:30 Big Blue Marble

9:00 Friends of Man

9:30 Saturday Morning Movie "Thundering Jets" (bw)

11:00 Big Time Wrestling

noon Chiller Movie "Brain from Planet Arous" (bw)

1:30 Saturday Action Movie "American Guerilla in the Philippines" (bw)

4:00 Saturday Afternoon Movie "The Marauders"

6:00 Star Trek

7:00 Lawrence Welk (Sweet Music)

8:00 That Good Ole Nashville Music (guests Don Gibson, Larry Gatlin, and Scotti Carson)

8:30 Night Gallery "Lindermann's Catch"

9:00 Perry Mason (bw)

10:00 Lou Gordon (rerunning Lou's press conference on utility rates)

11:30 World Beyond Movie "Torture Chamber of Dr. Sadism"

WTVS 56-PBS

2pm A Bit with Knit

3:00 Consumer Survival Kit "All Charged Up"

3:30 Trains, Tracks & Trestles

4:00 Love Tennis "The Valley"

4:30 Play Bridge with the Experts

5:00 Speaking Freely (guest Arthur Ashe)

6:00 Life of Leonardo da Vinci


7:00 Firing Line "Should the government have secrets?" (Buckley is joined by NY Times journo
Morton Halperin)

8:00 Philadelphia Folk Festival (guitar workshop with Arlo Guthrie, Patrick Sky, Alistair Anderson,
the Bufalo Gals, Bruce Cockburn, and Martin Carthy)

9:00 Special of the Week (salute to Charles Ives)

10:00 Bergman Film Festival "Port of Call" (bw)

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Re: Retro: Detroit/Windsor Sat, Aug 2, 1975

Quote Originally Posted by Bluenoser takes us back 38 years to Detroit, based on Detroit News
TV listings:

WKBD 50-Ind

11:00 Big Time Wrestling

At least one other Kaiser station broadcast professional wrestling on Saturday mornings at 11
A.M. during the 1970's: WKBG/WLVI-56 here in Boston.

Wrestling ran for decades on WKBG/WLVI in that time period and it's my understanding that it
was the most-watched Saturday-morning TV program in Boston for much of that time and was
one of WLVI's most popular programs!
I wonder if the other Kaiser stations likewise ran "rassling" on Saturdays at 11 A.M. local.

I suspect WKBD's wrestling show wasn't the same as WLVI's; if the American Wrestling Alliance's
(AWA) "territory" included Detroit, I would think that's what WKBD showed. WLVI carried the
World Wrestling Federation's (WWF; now known as WWE) syndicated "Championship Wrestling"
in that slot during the middle 1970's.

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Re: Retro: Detroit/Windsor Sat, Aug 2, 1975

I think it could be from NWA Detroit, which was owned by the "Original Sheik (Ed Farhat)"

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Re: Retro: Detroit/Windsor Sat, Aug 2, 1975

Quote Originally Posted by Bluenoser

WJBK 2-CBS
4:00 Jerry (Hodak?) Visits (guest Dyan Cannon)

Actually, Jerry Dunphy hosted this show from Los Angeles (or wherever the celebrity was that
week).

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Re: Retro: Detroit/Windsor Sat, Aug 2, 1975

Quote Originally Posted by cwf1701

I think it could be from NWA Detroit, which was owned by the "Original Sheik (Ed Farhat)"

The listings mention Lord (Athol?) Layton, if that helps solve the mystery...

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Re: Retro: Detroit/Windsor Sat, Aug 2, 1975

Correction: Ven Marshall, not Van.

William F. Buckley discusses should the government have secrets? Now the question is should
people have secrets? It was a better world when Buckley was the voice of conservatism and
Rush was doing top 40.

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Re: Retro: Detroit/Windsor Sat, Aug 2, 1975

Quote Originally Posted by Bluenoser

from Detroit News

WXON 20-Ind

8:00 Presenting the Van Impes (the biggest sign of the Apocalypse in Detroit before the
implosion of the auto industry )

Jack Van Impe had predicted that there would be "Sex on the Streets in 1974." I wonder how
that turned out? :

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Jack is still on. Looks a bit over the hill lately, grayer and fatter. But he's still predicting the end of
the world. Since Detroit is mostly vacant lots now, no need to use the streets for a quickie.

She is probably way past her "best used by date" by their is something about Rexella! : All those
years with Jack; what a waste!

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Re: Retro: Detroit/Windsor Sat, Aug 2, 1975

This would've been less than a month before Baton sold its stake in CKLW-TV and CBC took full
ownership, changing its call letters to CBET. From my understanding CBET kept some CTV
programming as late as the late 1980s, though gradually declining over time.

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Big Time Wrestling was indeed the TV for Ed "The Sheik" Farhat's local Detroit promotion. Big
Time Wrestling had a long and varied history on Detroit TV, having aired on CKLW, WXON, WKBD,
and finally WGPR over the course of the late 1950s to early 1980s. Also, in the 1960s, there was
a rival TV wrestling show, Motor City Wrestling, that ran on WXYZ.

I was 8 years old at the time. I would be watching Marvel Superheroes and Ultra Man before
switching to Big Time Wrestling. My Uncles, who are 11 & 12 years older than me, used to scare
me with stories of the Sheik setting Bobo Brazil's shoes on fire.

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Re: Retro: Detroit/Windsor Sat, Aug 2, 1975

Wasn't Global on the air with a Windsor area station that summer? Or when did that happen?

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Re: Retro: Detroit/Windsor Sat, Aug 2, 1975

My Uncles, who are 11 & 12 years older than me, used to scare me with stories of the Sheik
setting Bobo Brazil's shoes on fire.

Seems like that couldn't compare with Bobo layin' a cocobutt on you.

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Quote Originally Posted by OldNumber7

Wasn't Global on the air with a Windsor area station that summer? Or when did that happen?

The transmitter CKGN-TV-1 channel 22, signed on from Cottam when the Global network began
broadcasting in 1974, though to my recollection, was never listed in the US papers.

Retro: Seattle/Tacoma, Sunday, August 4th, 1991

Source: Seattle Times microfilm

CHANNELS

2 CBUT Vancouver (CBC)

4 KOMO Seattle (ABC)

5 KING Seattle (NBC)

7 KIRO Seattle (CBS)


9 KCTS Seattle (PBS)

11 KSTW Tacoma (IND)

13 KCPQ Tacoma (FOX)

22 KTZZ Seattle (IND)

28 KTPS Tacoma (PBS)

7am

4 Captain Planet

5 Sunday Today

7 Sunday Morning

Controversy surrounds NASA's planned space station; music historian Alan Lomax; New York
City's Children's Health Project provides free medical care to children in low-income
neighborhoods.

9 Sesame Street

11 Search (? prob religious program)

13 Kenneth Copeland

22 Apostolic Faith Church

7:30

4 Real to Reel

Clint Richardson; farm workers try to unionize.

11 It Is Written

8am

2 Man From U.N.C.L.E.

4 Rainbow Express
9 Secret City

11 Intro to Life

13 Paid Program

22 Best is Yet to Come

28 Sesame Street

8:30

4 Front Runners

Dave Coulier; airlift nurse; teen-age jockey.

5 Meet the Press

7 Music and the Spoken Word

9 Shining Time Station

Matt and Tanya help others with string creations.

11 Larry Jones

13 Fishing the West

Drifting Alaska's Kenai River for rainbow trout and Dolly Vardon.

22 Tony Morris

9am

2 The Prisoner

No. 6 becomes sherif in a Western town where there is rivalry over a beautiful girl.

4 Gardening in America

Park and Tilford Gardens; lawn care; shredding clippings; the environment.

5 Compton Report

7 Super Sports Follies


NFL stars on skis; human bowling; Tommy Lasorda pulls a clubhouse prank.

9 Mister Rogers

11 Oral Roberts

13 Runaway with the Rich and Famous

Susan Lucci in Frabnce; Margaux Hemingway in the Galapegos Islands; New York hot spots.

22 Frederick K Price

28 Say/Sign (?)

9:30

4 Travel (probably Weekend Travel Update)

5 NFL Preseason Football

Phoenix Cardinals at Seattle Seahawks.

7 Greatest Sports Legends: Johnny Rutherford

Host: Reggie Jackson.

9 Newton's Apple

Race cars; spider-webs; tropical fish of a coral reef.

11 James Robison

13 Real Estate Classifieds

28 3-2-1 Contact

10am

2 Meeting Place

West Vancouver Presbyterian Church, British Columbia.

4 Rainbow Express

7 Seafair Saturday Night


Seattle prepares for Sunday's race. Host: Monica Hart.

9 Scientific American Frontiers

MIT design competition; "nature vs. nurture"; an 1800s landscape; solar activity; ecosystems;
robots aid quadriplegics.

13 The West

Woman battles Houston developers; rollerblade injuries; inmates train dogs to help the
handicapped.

22 Richie Rich

28 Bookmark

Garry Wills ["Under God: Religion and American Politics"].

10:30

4 This Week

13 Siskel and Ebert

22 Fantastic Four

28 Creative (?)

11am

2 Space Pioneers, A Canadian Story

Narrator Rudy Buttignol spotlights Canada's vital role in the pioneering days of the Space Age.

7 Seafair Rainier Cup Preview

Hosts: Chip Hanauer, Wayne Cody, Steve Raible.

9 Hollywood: Golden Years

"Dark Victory" Film noir emerges as a legacy of war; directors Edward Dmytryk and Paul Jarrico
recall blacklisting.

11 Paid Programs

13 Star Trek: The Next Generation


"The Nth Degree." An alien probe endows Barclay [Dwight Schultz] with superhuman
intelligence.

22 Don Coyote

28 European Journal

11:30

4 Viewpoint

22 Midnight (?) some cartoon I guess

28 TechnoPolitics

Food labels, environmental journalism; air pollution.

11:45

7 Hydroplane Racing

Seafair Rainier Cup, from Lake Washington in Seattle. (to 5PM)

Noon

2 Basketball

World Junior Men's Championship, from Edmonton.

4 Auto Racing

CART Marlboro 500, from the Michigan International Speedway.

9 Interests

11 Superboy

13 Movie

"Iceman." [1984] Timothy Hutton. An anthropologist protects a confused Neanderthal man


thawed back to life.

22 Movie
"As You Like It." [1936] Elisabeth Bergner. Shakespeare's Rosalind enters the Forest of Arden
disguised as a shepherd and meets her lover, Orlando.

28 Joy of Painting

12:30

5 Home Again Bob Vila

9 Reflection

11 Super Force

28 Welcome (?)

1PM

5 SportsWorld Greatest Fights Ever: Ali/Frazier I

9 Wall $treet Week

11 MLB Baseball

Seattle Mariners at California Angels.

28 Firing Line

1:30

9 Washington Week

28 Sound Of!

2PM

2 Coronation Street

9 Seattle Weekly (or Week)

13 Movie

"Smokey and the Bandit Part 3." [1983] Jackie Gleason. Sherif Buford T. Justice chases a trucker,
his girlfriend and a huge fake shark from Miami to Texas.

22 Movie

"Spencer's Mountain." [196]3 Henry Fonda. The Wyoming Spencers have nine children, too small
a house and a son who wants to go to college.

28 Cinema

2:30

9 Editors

Government commissions investigate national issues.

28 Images (?)

3PM

4 Auto Racing

International Race of Champions, from the Michigan International Speedway in Brooklyn,


Michigan.

5 Paid Programming

9 Joy of Painting

28 Sports Report

3:30

2 Best Years

9 Collectors

28 Editors

4PM

2 Dream Seekers
English emigrant joins Calgary police; Ethiopian refugee studies nursing in Saskatchewan.

4 Pan American Games

Basketball, Track & Field, Women's Diving, Women's Gymnastics, from Havana.

5 Dear John

John wants his former professor to evaluate his poetry.

9 Victory Garden

11 Family Ties

13 Movie

"True Grit." [1969] John Wayne, Glen Campbell. One-eyed Marshal "Rooster" Cogburn and a
Texas Ranger help a girl find her father's killer. Directed by Henry Hathaway. Best actor Oscar for
John Wayne.

28 Washington Week

4:30

2 Hymn Sing

5 Golden Girls

9 New Yankee Workshop

11 ALF

22 Travel (?)

28 Collectors

5PM

2 Facts of Life

4 5 News

7 Seafair News

Highlights of today's races.


9 This Old House

11 Night Court

22 Battlestar Galactica

28 Pro and Con

5:30

2 WKRP in Cincinnati

4 ABC News

7 CBS News

9 Hometime

11 News

28 Wall $treet Week

6PM

2 Magical World of Disney

Archive clips show Walt Disney with his animators, developing storylines and creating sound
efects.

4 Town Meeting

Ken Schram profiles recent serial murders in Snohomish County.

5 NBC News

7 News

9 Word at War

Montgomery's Desert Rats defeat Rommel's Afrika Korps at El Alamein after fighting for nearly 3
years for 600 miles of desert.

11 Movie

"Night Shift." [1982] Henry Winkler, Michael Keaton. A meek man, his helper and a hooker run a
call-girl ring from the city morgue. Directed by Ron Howard.
22 Monsters

A nameless female caller dogs a womanizer [Ed Mariano].

28 Adam Smith

6:30

5 Memories, Then and Now

Simon & Garfunkel, the Andrea Doria.

13 The West

Chemical weapons in Oregon; heart-surgery techniques for children, cowboy artists.

22 Dracula

Gustav meets a horror actor who is now a vampire.

28 McLaughlin Group

7PM

2 Road to Avonlea

A preteen with a crush torments Felicity at school.

4 Life Goes On

Becca has a crush on her gym teacher; Gina moves out after her relationship with a younger man
draws Drew's disapproval.

5 Where's Rodney

A boy's identification with Rodney Dangerfield perplexes his parents.

7 60 Minutes

Convicted spy John Walker; proposed law legalizes prostitution in Holland; acid-rain study.

9 Lawrence Welk

"Concert in The Park," "It's a Most Unusual Day" [Norma Zimmer], "Stardust" [Skeets Herfurt],
"Till There Was You" [Tom Netherton].
13 Totally Hidden Video

"Boardwalk Psychic," "Shell Games."

22 Gallagher: Totally New

The comedian spotlights the absurd.

28 Wonderworks

"African Journey." Luke clashes with another boy while visiting his father in Africa. Part 1 of 3.

7:30

5 News at Twelve

A 12-year-old [Danny Gerard] does an imaginary newscast in his bedroom on his life.

13 Parker Lewis Can't Lose

As the school year ends, everything goes wrong for Parker.

8PM

2 Movie

"Glory Enough for All." [1988] R.H. Thompson. Clashing scientists F.G. Banting, C.H. Best, J.J.R.
Macleod and J.B. Collip discover insulin in 1921.

4 America's Funniest Home Videos

Teen primping; wrestler in trouble; little girl and big punching bag.

5 First Person with Maria Shriver

Demi Moore; Michael Jordan; Burt Reynolds; M.C. Hammer.

7 Murder, She Wrote

During Jessica's trip to Amish country, her escort [Hunt Block] is accused of murder.

9 Evening at Pops

Perry Como salutes Bing Crosby [White Christmas]; trumpeter Byron Stripling honors Louis
Armstrong ["Mack the Knife"].

11 Movie

"Agnes of God." [1985] Jane Fonda, Meg Tilly. A psychiatrist probes the mind of a nun in whose
room has been found a dead newborn infant.

13 In Living Color

Skits: "Anton on The People's Court," "Ted Turner's Colorized Classics," "M.C. Hammer."

22 Perry Mason

A man is accused of killing his business partner's wife. Guest: R.G. Armstrong.

28 Tom Peters' Speed of Life

Peters profiles four industries to show how emphasis on speed is transforming the workplace.

8:30

4 Movie

"A View to a Kill." [1985] Roger Moore, Christopher Walken. Agent 007 ties a mad tycoon and his
statuesque aide to a plot to flood Silicon Valley. The 15th James Bond movie.

13 Get a Life!

Chris and Fred [Chris and Bob Elliott] get stuck in a homemade submarine.

9pm

5 Movie

"Rage of Angels: The Story Continues." [1986] Jacklyn Smith. The sequel sets Sidney Sheldon's
lawyer heroine against mobsters blackmailing her son's father, now U.S. vice president.

7 Movie

"Gunsmoke: The Last Apache."

9 Masterpiece Theatre

I Claudius Part 9.

13 Married...with Children
Kelly vies in a pageant held by a hot dog company.

22 Movie

"Dead Ringer." [1964] Bette Davis. Edith kills Margaret, her twin, and takes her identity, fooling
Edith's boyfriend but not Margaret's lover.

28 Journey into Sleep

Physicians discuss sleep research and its consequences since the '50s.

9:30

13 In Living Color

"Andrea 'Dice' Clay," "America's Funniest Security Camera Videos."

10pm

2 CBC News

9 Edward & Mrs. Simpson

From France, Wallis urges him to fight, but Edward abdicates and departs. Part 7 of 7.

11 News

13 Paul Rodriguez: Behind Bars

The comedian interviews inmates and performs at California's San Quentin State Prison.

28 Movie

"The Paris Express." [1953] Claude Rains. A Dutch clerk flees to Paris with his crooked boss's
money and meets the woman behind his boss.

Sign of at 11:25PM, immediately after the movie.

10:30

2 Venture

Ontario Hydro faces problems; couple sells clock kits; Vancouver's growth.
11PM

2 5 7 News

9 Brideshead Revisited

Sebastian gives Rex the slip on the way to Zurich; Julia announces plans to marry Rex despite his
divorce and religion. Part 7 of 12.

11 Taxi

13 Northwest Focus

11:10

4 News

11:30

2 Streets of San Francisco

Sign of 12:30am.

5 George Michael Sports Machine

7 News

11 Hunter

13 Arsenio Hall (on a Sunday?)

Guests: Priscilla Presley, Joe Penny, Freddie Hubbard, comic Marion Joyner.

22 Longacres

11:40

4 Movie

"I Married Wyatt Earp." [1983] Marie Osmond, Bruce Boxleitner. Josephine Marcus tours with an
opera company and falls in love with the marshal of Tombstone, Ariz.
Midnight

5 Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous

Katherine Helmond; Alabama; restaurateur Paul Bocuse; David Frost; Tommy Lasorda discusses
athletes' incomes.

7 Face the Nation

9 Mystery!

Dieting Rumpole's [Leo McKern] misery lends him insight on a woman accused of murdering her
spouse.

22 Paid Program

Sign of 12:30am.

12:30

7 Paid Programming

11 Twilight Zone

13 Party Machine

1AM

5 Paid Program

9 Sherlock Holmes

11 Wrestling (unknown which)

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734 AM's in the log, 554 FMs (250 from Western WA), That's a DXer!

FM, AM and SW DXer of Yakima, WA! God Bless America!

Last New FM Log: 90.7 XHTIM-BCN, 95.9 KFSH-CA, 95.1 KBBY-CA and 88.3 KAXL-CA; 6/8/17 E-
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Last New AM Log: KUKI-1400 Ukiah, CA 3/26/17

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11:30

13 Arsenio Hall (on a Sunday?)

Some affiliates carried a weekend edition of the show, with some opting to run it on Saturday
nights, while others such as KCPQ chose to air it on Sunday nights. Same with Arsenio's
companion show at around this time, Nia Peeples' "Party Machine", which you'll see runs at
12:30 AM on this night, and for a full hour, as opposed to the half-hour airings during the week.

Retro: Logansport, IN Monday, October 16, 1995

Source: Logansport Pharos Tribune

WTTV/WTTK 4/29 - UPN Bloomington/Kokomo

5:00 am - Infomercials (1 hr.)

6:00 am - The Pink Panther

6:30 am - Adventures of Blinky Bill

7:00 am - VR Troopers

7:30 am - Mighty Max


8:00 am - Mutant League

8:30 am - Dinosaurs

9:00 am - Danny!

10:00 am - Gordon Elliott

11:00 am - Richard Bey

12:00 pm - Matlock

1:00 pm - The 700 Club

2:00 pm - Doogie Howser, M.D.

2:30 pm - Dennis the Menace

3:00 pm - Goof Troop

3:30 pm - Bonkers

4:00 pm - Aladdin

4:30 pm - Gargoyles

5:00 pm - Full House

5:30 pm - Blossom

6:00 pm - Fresh Prince of Bel-Air

6:30 pm - Home Improvement (2x)

7:30 pm - Seinfeld

8:00 pm - MOVIE: Roswell

10:00 pm - News

10:30 pm - Hard Copy

11:00 pm - Married...with Children

11:30 pm - Empty Nest

12:00 am - Doogie Howser, M.D.

12:30 am - Richard Bey


1:00 am - MOVIE: Voyage

3:30 am - Infomercial

4:00 am - Make Room for Daddy (2x)

WRTV 6 - ABC Indianapolis

5:00 am - News

7:00 am - Good Morning America

9:00 am - Regis & Kathie Lee

10:00 am - Carnie

11:00 am - News

11:30 am - Loving

12:00 pm - All My Children

1:00 pm - One Life to Live

2:00 pm - General Hospital

3:00 pm - Montel Williams

4:00 pm - Oprah Winfrey

5:00 pm - News (3x)

6:30 pm - ABC World News Tonight

7:00 pm - Inside Edition

7:30 pm - A Current Afair

8:00 pm - NFL Football Denver Broncos vs. Oakland Raiders

11:00 pm - News

11:35 pm - Nightline

12:05 am - Entertainment Tonight

12:35 am - American Journal


1:05 am - A Current Afair

1:35 am - Infomercial

2:05 am - Mike & Maty

3:05 am - ABC World News Now

WLS 7 - ABC Chicago

4:00 am - Oprah Winfrey

5:00 am - ABC World News This Morning

5:30 am - News

7:00 am - Good Morning America

9:00 am - Oprah Winfrey

10:00 am - Mike & Maty

11:00 am - Loving

11:30 am - News

12:00 pm - All My Children

1:00 pm - One Life to Live

2:00 pm - General Hospital

3:00 pm - Inside Edition

3:30 pm - Jeopardy!

4:00 pm - News

5:00 pm - News

5:30 pm - ABC World News Tonight

6:00 pm - News

6:30 pm - Wheel of Fortune

7:00 pm - The Marshal


8:00 pm - NFL Football: Denver Broncos vs. Oakland Raiders

11:00 pm - News

11:35 pm - Nightline

12:05 am - Carnie

1:05 am - Rolonda

2:05 am - News

2:40 am - ABC World News Now

WISH 8 - CBS Indianapolis

4:30 am - This Morning's Business

5:00 am - News (2x)

6:00 am - News

7:00 am - CBS This Morning

9:00 am - Maury

10:00 am - Mark Walberg

11:00 am - The Price is Right

12:00 pm - News

12:30 pm - Young & the Restless

1:30 pm - Bold & the Beautiful

2:00 pm - As the World Turns

3:00 pm - Guiding Light

4:00 pm - LAPD: Life on the Beat

4:30 pm - Real Stories of the Highway Patrol

5:00 pm - News

6:00 pm - News
6:30 pm - CBS Evening News

7:00 pm - Wheel of Fortune

7:30 pm - Jeopardy!

8:00 pm - The Nanny

8:30 pm - Can't Hurry Love

9:00 pm - Murphy Brown

9:30 pm - Cybill

10:00 pm - Chicago Hope

11:00 pm - News

11:35 pm - Late Show with David Letterman

12:37 am - Rolonda

1:37 am - Top Cops

2:07 am - Late Late Show with Tom Snyder

3:07 am - Lauren Hutton And...

3:37 am - CBS Up to the Minute

WTTW 11 - PBS Chicago

5:00 am - Cable Health Club

6:00 am - Bloomberg Business News

6:30 am - Sesame Street

7:05 am - Lamb Chop's Play-Along!

7:35 am - Shining Time Station

8:05 am - Adventures of Dudley the Dragon

8:35 am - Barney & Friends

9:05 am - Kidsongs
9:35 am - Sesame Street

10:35 am - Barney & Friends

11:04 am - Lamb Chop's Play-Along!

11:33 am - Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

12:02 pm - The Puzzle Place

12:30 pm - Frugal Gourmet

1:00 pm - Travels in Europe

1:30 pm - Victory Garden

2:00 pm - Nova

3:00 pm - Sewing with Nancy

3:30 pm - Kidsongs

4:00 pm - Wishbone

4:30 pm - The Magic School Bus

5:00 pm - Barney & Friends

5:30 pm - Nightly Business Report

6:00 pm - The MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour

7:00 pm - Chicago Tonight

7:30 pm - Burt Wolf's Menu

8:00 pm - Marsalis on Music

9:00 pm - The American Experience

10:00 pm - Question of Equality, Part I

11:00 pm - Question of Equality, Part II

12:00 am - Chicago Tonight

12:30 am - Charlie Rose

1:30 am - Wild America


2:00 am - Of the air

WTHR 13 - NBC Indianapolis

5:00 am - News (2x)

6:00 am - News

7:00 am - Today

9:00 am - Jerry Springer

10:00 am - Another World

11:00 am - Days of Our Lives

12:00 pm - News

1:00 pm - Leeza

2:00 pm - Charles Perez

3:00 pm - Donahue

4:00 pm - Sally

5:00 pm - News

6:00 pm - News

6:30 pm - NBC Nightly News

7:00 pm - America's Most Wanted: Final Justice

7:30 pm - Cops

8:00 pm - Fresh Prince of Bel-Air

8:30 pm - In the House

9:00 pm - MOVIE: Terror in the Shadows

11:00 pm - News

11:35 pm - The Tonight Show with Jay Leno

12:37 am - Late Night with Conan O'Brien


1:36 am - Later with Greg Kinnear

2:05 am - Rush Limbaugh

2:35 am - News

3:10 am - NBC News Nightside

WNDU 16 - NBC South Bend

5:00 am - NBC News at Sunrise

5:30 am - AgDay

6:00 am - News

7:00 am - Today

9:00 am - Matlock

10:00 am - Maury

11:00 am - Leeza

12:00 pm - News

12:30 pm - Hard Copy

1:00 pm - Days of Our Lives

2:00 pm - Another World

3:00 pm - Ricki Lake

4:00 pm - Star Trek: The Next Generation

5:00 pm - News

5:30 pm - NBC Nightly News

6:00 pm - News

6:30 pm - Home Improvement

7:00 pm - Fresh Prince of Bel-Air

7:30 pm - In the House


8:00 pm - MOVIE: Terror in the Shadows

10:00 pm - News

10:35 pm - The Tonight Show with Jay Leno

11:37 pm - Seinfeld

12:07 am - Entertainment Tonight

12:37 am - Later with Greg Kinnear

1:06 am - News

1:41 am - Tempestt

2:41 am - NBC News Nightside

WLFI 18 - CBS West Lafayette

5:30 am - Rush Limbaugh

6:00 am - CBS Morning News

6:30 am - News

7:00 am - CBS This Morning

9:00 am - Regis & Kathie Lee

10:00 am - George & Alana

11:00 am - The Price is Right

12:00 pm - News

12:30 pm - Young & the Restless

1:30 pm - Bold & the Beautiful

2:00 pm - As the World Turns

3:00 pm - Guiding Light

4:00 pm - Oprah Winfrey

5:00 pm - News
5:30 pm - Inside Edition

6:00 pm - News

6:30 pm - CBS Evening News

7:00 pm - Wheel of Fortune

7:30 pm - Jeopardy!

8:00 pm - The Nanny

8:30 pm - Can't Hurry Love

9:00 pm - Murphy Brown

9:30 pm - Cybill

10:00 pm - Chicago Hope

11:00 pm - News

11:35 pm - Late Show with David Letterman

12:37 am - Late Late Show with Tom Snyder

1:37 am - Of the air

WFYI 20 - PBS Indianapolis

6:00 am - Homestretch

6:30 am - Bloomberg Business News

7:00 am - Nightly Business Report

7:30 am - Lamb Chop's Play-Along!

8:00 am - Barney & Friends

8:30 am - Gerbert

9:00 am - Sesame Street

10:00 am - Storytime

10:30 am - Kidsongs
11:00 am - Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

11:30 am - Shining Time Station

12:00 pm - The Big Comfy Couch

12:30 pm - Barney & Friends

1:00 pm - Shining Time Station

1:30 pm - Body Electric

2:00 pm - Frugal Gourmet

2:30 pm - Strip Quilting

3:00 pm - Watercolor Workshop

3:30 pm - Wild America

4:00 pm - Reading Rainbow

4:30 pm - Wishbone

5:00 pm - Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego?

5:30 pm - Bill Nye the Science Guy

6:00 pm - Red Green

6:30 pm - Nightly Business Report

7:00 pm - The MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour

8:00 pm - Marsalis on Music

9:00 pm - The American Experience

10:00 pm - Chicago on Stage

11:00 pm - Big Red Football

12:00 am - Charlie Rose

1:00 am - Basic French

2:00 am - Of the air


WSBT 22 - CBS South Bend

5:00 am - This Morning's Business

5:30 am - CBS Morning News

6:00 am - News

7:00 am - CBS This Morning

9:00 am - George & Alana

10:00 am - The Price is Right

11:00 am - Young & the Restless

12:00 pm - News

12:30 pm - Bold & the Beautiful

1:00 pm - As the World Turns

2:00 pm - Guiding Light

3:00 pm - Inside Edition

3:30 pm - Jeopardy!

4:00 pm - Oprah Winfrey

5:00 pm - News

5:30 pm - CBS Evening News

6:00 pm - News

6:30 pm - Wheel of Fortune

7:00 pm - The Nanny

7:30 pm - Can't Hurry Love

8:00 pm - Murphy Brown

8:30 pm - Cybill

9:00 pm - Chicago Hope

10:00 pm - News
10:35 pm - Late Show with David Letterman

11:37 pm - Coach

12:07 am - Married...with Children

12:37 am - Late Late Show with Tom Snyder

1:37 am - Gordon Elliott

2:37 am - CBS Up to the Minute

WNDY 23 - WB Marion

6:00 am - Infomercial

6:30 am - Sailor Moon

7:00 am - Tom and Jerry

7:30 am - The Woody Woodpecker Show

8:00 am - The Jetsons

8:30 am - Classic Cartoons

9:00 am - Indy TV Mall

10:00 am - Three's Company

10:30 am - Designing Women

11:00 am - I Love Lucy

11:30 am - Andy Griffith

12:00 pm - The Honeymooners

12:30 pm - All in the Family

1:00 pm - E.N.G.

2:00 pm - The Cosby Show

2:30 pm - Step by Step

3:00 pm - Family Ties


3:30 pm - The Brady Bunch

4:00 pm - That's Warner Bros!

4:30 pm - Animaniacs

5:00 pm - Step by Step

5:30 pm - California Dreams

6:00 pm - Baywatch

7:00 pm - Court TV: Inside America's Courts

7:30 pm - America's Funniest Home Videos

8:00 pm - MOVIE: Tora! Tora! Tora!

11:00 pm - The Twilight Zone

11:30 pm - Rescue 911

12:00 am - Hunter

1:00 am - MOVIE: Ambush Bay

3:00 am - Infomercial

3:30 am - Of the air

WSJV 28 - ABC Elkhart (from it's waning days as ABC, switching to Fox on Oct. 18)

5:00 am - Rush Limbaugh

5:30 am - ABC World News This Morning (2x)

6:30 am - News

7:00 am - Good Morning America

9:00 am - Regis & Kathie Lee

10:00 am - Montel Williams

11:00 am - Mike & Maty

11:30 am - Loving
12:00 pm - All My Children

1:00 pm - One Life to Live

2:00 pm - General Hospital

3:00 pm - Baywatch

4:00 pm - Fresh Prince of Bel-Air

4:30 pm - Blossom

5:00 pm - Real Stories of the Highway Patrol

5:30 pm - ABC World News Tonight

6:00 pm - The Simpsons

6:30 pm - America's Most Wanted: Final Justice

7:00 pm - The Marshal

8:00 pm - NFL Football: Denver Broncos vs. Oakland Raiders

11:00 pm - News

11:35 pm - Nightline

12:05 am - Stephanie Miller

1:05 am - Northern Exposure

2:05 am - Roseanne

2:35 am - Empty Nest

3:05 am - The Golden Girls

3:35 am - ABC World News Now

WFLD 32 - Fox Chicago

5:00 am - Gordon Elliott

6:00 am - Thing in the Morning

9:00 am - I Love Lucy (2x)


10:00 am - Gabrielle

11:00 am - Mark Walberg

12:00 pm - Gordon Elliott

1:00 pm - The Wonder Years

1:30 pm - Harry and the Hendersons

2:00 pm - Fox Cubhouse

2:30 pm - Bobby's World

3:00 pm - Taz-Mania

3:30 pm - X-Men

4:00 pm - Adventures of Batman and Robin

4:30 pm - Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers

5:00 pm - The Cosby Show

5:30 pm - The Simpsons

6:00 pm - Home Improvement

6:30 pm - Seinfeld

7:00 pm - Melrose Place

8:00 pm - Partners

8:30 pm - Ned & Stacey

9:00 pm - News

10:00 pm - M*A*S*H

10:30 pm - Cops (2x)

11:30 pm - Real Stories of the Highway Patrol

12:00 am - I Love Lucy (2x)

1:00 am - Infomercials (1 hr.)

2:00 am - We Love Lucy (2x)


3:00 am - Gomer Pyle, U.S.M.C. (2x)

4:00 am - Gabrielle

WHME 46 - Ind South Bend

5:00 am - Shepherd's Chapel

6:30 am - The Flintstones

7:00 am - Littlest Pet Shop

7:30 am - Garfield and Friends

8:00 am - Lester Sumrall

8:30 am - Victory

9:00 am - World Harvest Live

10:00 am - The 700 Club

11:00 am - Infomercial

11:30 am - Life Today

12:00 pm - Kenneth Copeland

12:30 pm - Breakthrough

1:00 pm - Benny Hinn

1:30 pm - Richard Roberts

2:00 pm - Yogi & Friends

2:30 pm - Goof Troop

3:00 pm - Bonkers

3:30 pm - Aladdin (2x)

4:30 pm - California Dreams

5:00 pm - Saved by the Bell

5:30 pm - Full House


6:00 pm - Family Matters

6:30 pm - Defalco

7:00 pm - Rescue 911

7:30 pm - News

8:00 pm - The 700 Club

9:00 pm - World Harvest

10:00 pm - Lester Sumrall

10:30 pm - Today with Marilyn

11:00 pm - Victory

11:30 pm - David Bibey Ministry

12:00 am - Bob Enyart

1:00 am - You and Me

2:00 am - Kenneth Copeland

2:30 am - Life Today

3:00 am - Breakthrough

3:30 am - Lester Sumrall

4:00 am - Joyce Meyer

4:30 am - For the People

WPWR 50 - UPN Gary

5:00 am - The A-Team

6:00 am - The Flintstones

6:30 am - Mutant League

7:00 am - VR Troopers

7:30 am - Mighty Max


8:00 am - Littlest Pet Shop

8:30 am - Happy Ness, the Secret of the Loch

9:00 am - Mama's Family

9:30 am - Gimme a Break!

10:00 am - Montel Williams

11:00 am - Tempestt

12:00 pm - Ricki Lake

1:00 pm - Who's the Boss?

1:30 pm - Doogie Howser, M.D.

2:00 pm - Growing Pains

2:30 pm - Goof Troop

3:00 pm - Bonkers

3:30 pm - Aladdin

4:00 pm - Gargoyles

4:30 pm - Step by Step

5:00 pm - Ricki Lake

6:00 pm - Fresh Prince of Bel-Air

6:30 pm - Roseanne

7:00 pm - MOVIE: Roswell

9:00 pm - Montel Williams

10:00 pm - Fresh Prince of Bel-Air

10:30 pm - Roseanne

11:00 pm - America's Funniest Home Videos

11:30 pm - Baywatch

12:30 am - Stephanie Miller


1:30 am - Infomercials (until 3:00am)

3:00 am - MOVIE: Cheyenne Autumn

WXIN 59 - Fox Indianapolis

5:00 am - AgDay

5:30 am - First Business

6:00 am - The Flintstones

6:30 am - Garfield and Friends

7:00 am - Highlander: The Animated Series

7:30 am - Littlest Pet Shop

8:00 am - Bobby's World

8:30 am - Bananas in Pajamas

9:00 am - George & Alana

10:00 am - Ricki Lake

11:00 am - Gabrielle

12:00 pm - Jenny Jones

1:00 pm - Tempestt

2:00 pm - Infomercial

2:30 pm - Fox Cubhouse

3:00 pm - Taz-Mania

3:30 pm - X-Men

4:00 pm - Adventures of Batman and Robin

4:30 pm - Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers

5:00 pm - Ricki Lake

6:00 pm - Roseanne
6:30 pm - Coach

7:00 pm - The Simpsons

7:30 pm - EXTRA

8:00 pm - Melrose Place

9:00 pm - Partners

9:30 pm - Ned & Stacey

10:00 pm - News

10:35 pm - Star Trek: Deep Space Nine

11:35 pm - Jenny Jones

12:35 am - Stephanie Miller

1:35 am - Northern Exposure

2:35 am - Geraldo

3:30 am - Gabrielle

4:30 am - EXTRA

WGBO 66 - Univision Joliet

5:00 am - Noticiero Univision

5:30 am - Casos de la Vida Real

6:00 am - Noticias

6:30 am - Club de los Tigritos

7:00 am - Carrusel

7:30 am - El Chavo

8:00 am - Chespirito

9:00 am - Pap Soltero

9:30 am - El Doctor Cndido Prez


10:00 am - Amor de Nadie

12:00 pm - Peligrosa

1:00 pm - Como Tu, Ninguna

2:00 pm - Mara Mercedes

3:00 pm - Cristina

4:00 pm - Primer Impacto

5:00 pm - Noticias

5:30 pm - Noticiero Univision

6:00 pm - La Duea

7:00 pm - Alondra

8:00 pm - El Premio Mayor

9:00 pm - Cristina: Edicion Especial

10:00 pm - Noticias

10:30 pm - Noticiero Univision

11:00 pm - PELCULA: Carnada

1:00 am - Cristina

2:00 am - En Carne Propia

3:00 am - Al Filo de la Muerte

4:00 am - Cristina: Edicion Special

Superstations:

WGN 9 - WB Chicago

5:00 am - Jimmy Swaggart

5:30 am - Kenneth Copeland

6:00 am - Winning Walk


6:30 am - Joyce Meyer

7:00 am - News

8:00 am - Dennis the Menace (2x)

9:00 am - Andy Griffith

9:30 am - Court TV: Inside America's Courts

10:00 am - Perry Mason

11:00 am - Geraldo

12:00 pm - News

1:00 pm - Quincy, M.E.

2:00 pm - Charles Perez

3:00 pm - That's Warner Bros!

3:30 pm - Animaniacs

4:00 pm - Family Matters

4:30 pm - California Dreams

5:00 pm - Saved by the Bell (2x)

6:00 pm - Family Matters

6:30 pm - Newhart

7:00 pm - MOVIE: Writer's Block

9:00 pm - News

10:00 pm - Night Court

10:30 pm - Simon & Simon

11:30 pm - The Honeymooners

12:00 am - In the Heat of the Night

1:00 am - Tower

1:30 am - Erlich
2:00 am - MOVIE: Airport 1975

4:00 am - Charles Perez

WTBS 17 - Ind Atlanta (listings CT)

5:05 am - Captain Planet and the Planeteers

5:35 am - Scooby-Doo Mysteries

6:05 am - The Jetsons

6:35 am - The Flintstones

7:05 am - Gilligan's Island

7:35 am - Bewitched

8:05 am - Who's the Boss?

8:35 am - Andy Griffith

9:05 am - Little House on the Prairie

10:05 am - Matlock

11:05 am - Perry Mason

12:05 pm - MOVIE: Carbine Williams

2:05 pm - Cartoon Planet

3:05 pm - Garfield and Friends

3:35 pm - The Brady Bunch

4:05 pm - Saved by the Bell

4:35 pm - Saved by the Bell: The College Years

5:05 pm - Family Matters (2x)

6:05 pm - America's Funniest Home Videos (2x)

7:05 pm - Matlock

8:05 pm - MOVIE: Matlock: The Fatal Seduction


10:05 pm - MOVIE: Perry Mason: The Case of the Maligned Mobster

12:05 am - National Geographic Explorer

2:05 am - MOVIE: Two Mules for Sister Sara

4:05 am - Court TV: Inside America's Courts

4:35 am - CNN Headline News

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WFLD 32 - Fox Chicago

6:00 am - Thing in the Morning

I believe the complete title of this program is "Fox Thing In The Morning."

It's interesting to see that, in observing Eastern time, WRTV could get away with court-martialing
"The Marshal" which aired the hour prior to "Monday Night Football" on the East Coast.

Also interesting to see an NBC affiliate (WNDU) literally stoning Conan's "Late Night" show!

Retro: Atlanta/Chattanooga/Macon Tuesday, August 14, 1962

From TV Guide, Georgia (Atlanta) Edition:


WSB Ch. 2 Atlanta (NBC)

7 AM Today

9 AM Today In Georgia

9:45 Linkletter And The Kids

10 AM Say When!

10:30 Play Your Hunch (COLOR)

11 AM Price Is Right (COLOR)

11:30 Concentration

12 N News (Ray Moore)

12:15 WSB Editorial

12:20 Movie: "Piccadilly Jim"

2 PM Jan Murray (COLOR)

2:25 NBC News (Floyd Kalber)

2:30 Loretta Young

3 PM Young Dr. Malone

3:30 Our Five Daughters

4 PM Make Room For Daddy

4:30 Mr. Magoo

4:45 Rocky And His Friends

5 PM Popeye Club

6 PM Quick Draw McGraw

6:30 News, Weather

6:45 Huntley-Brinkley Report


7 PM Dragnet (the original, with Ben Alexander

as Jack Webb's partner)

7:30 Laramie (COLOR)

8:30 Alfred Hitchcock Presents

9 PM Dick Powell Show

10 PM Cain's Hundred (guest star: Charles Bronson)

11 PM News, Weather, Sports

11:20 WSB Editorial

11:25 Movie: "Sylvia Scarlet" (Katharine Hepburn and

Cary Grant, from '35)

WRGP (WRCB) Ch. 3 Chattanooga (NBC)

7 AM Today

9 AM Today With Morris

9:30 Cartoons

10 AM Say When!

10:30 Play Your Hunch (COLOR)

11 AM Price Is Right (COLOR)

11:30 Concentration

12 N Your First Impression (Monty Hall subs for vacationing

Bill Leyden, COLOR)

12:30 Truth Or Consequences

12:55 NBC News (Ray Scherer)

1 PM WRGP Bulletin
1:30 Star Performance

2 PM Jan Murray (COLOR)

2:25 NBC News

2:30 Loretta Young

3 PM Young Dr. Malone

3:30 Our Five Daughters

4 PM Make Room For Daddy

4:30 Here's Hollywood (folksinging group the Limeliters

discuss teenagers with Helen O'Connell)

4:55 NBC News (Sander Vanocur)

5 PM Cartoons

5:25 Broken Arrow

5:55 Bat Masterson

6:25 News, Weather

6:45 Huntley-Brinkley Report

7 PM M Squad

7:30 Laramie (COLOR)

8:30 Alfred Hitchcock Presents

9 PM Dick Powell Show

10 PM Cain's Hundred

11 PM News, Weather, Sports

11:15 Tonight Show (announcer Hugh Downs, in his last week

with the show, is guest host; Jim Lucas fills the announcing

slot, COLOR)
WAGA Ch. 5 Atlanta (CBS)

6:10 Daily Word

6:15 Operation Alphabet

6:45 Video College

7 AM News, Editorial

7:20 Cartoons

8 AM Captain Kangaroo

9 AM Movie: "The Storm"

10:30 I Love Lucy

11 AM Divorce Court

12 N Love Of Life

12:30 Search For Tomorrow

12:45 Guiding Light

1 PM Life Of Riley

1:30 As The World Turns

2 PM Ann Sothern

2:30 Art Linkletter's House Party (guest: bandleader

Russ Morgan)

3 PM Millionaire (the check goes to policeman Ed Murdock,

who's the target of the brother of a gangster he killed

in a gun battle)

3:30 To Tell The Truth (Phyllis Newman, Sally Ann Howes,

Richard Hayes, Barry Nelson)

3:55 CBS News (Douglas Edwards)


4 PM Secret Storm

4:30 Edge Of Night

5 PM Cimarron City

6 PM Panorama News

6:45 CBS News (Walter Cronkite)

7 PM Everglades

7:30 Marshal Dillon (the half-hour "Gunsmoke"s)

8 PM Password (Dina Merrill, Darren McGavin; announcer

Jack Clark subs for Allen Ludden)

8:30 Dobie Gillis

9 PM Comedy Spot (Don Porter and Phyllis Avery in "I Love

My Doctor," about a suburban doctor who's not

getting many patients)

9:30 Ichabod And Me (I never understood why this show didn't

work. It sounds like a cross between "The Andy Griffith

Show" and "Newhart": Robert Sterling is a New York newspaperman

who decides to buy a small-town newspaper in New England. Like

Andy, he's a widower with a young son played by Jerry Mathers'

brother Jimmy; he has a housekeeper (not his aunt) and a girlfriend.

Like Dick Loudon, he has to deal with the town characters, notably

Ichabod Adams, the man who sold him the paper and hangs around

the office all the time. And scheduled during its one season between

Red Skelton and Garry Moore, it should have been a hit just on that

basis. Anybody remember it?)

10 PM Talent Scouts (host Jim Backus welcomes scouts Liberace, Red Buttons,
Joan Bennett, Jack E. Leonard, and Kathryn Grayson. Talent: singers

Billy Fields and Joshua Hecht; tap dancer Sandy Walsh; comedian Lou

Alexander; the singing Sylte Sisters; the Herb Handcock Trio, instrumentalists)

11 PM Panorama News

11:30 Movie: "Breakdown"

WGTV Ch. 8 Athens/Atlanta (NET)

6:30 Film Features: "Stampede Stopover" and "The Constructors"

7 PM Growing South

7:30 Astronomy For You (the four largest planets in our solar system)

8 PM You Are There (V-J Day, which took place on this date in 1945)

8:30 Lamp Unto My Feet (odd that this airs here, since Ch. 5 aired it in

pattern from CBS on Sundays at 10 AM)

9 PM The Red Myth (how Communists attempt to achieve their aims)

9:30 Movie: "The Importance Of Being Earnest"

sign of 11:05 PM

WTVC Ch. 9 Chattanooga (ABC)

9 AM Funtime

9:30 Romper Room

10:15 Upward Look

10:30 It's A Good Day

10:45 News (Jim Johnson)


11 AM Tennessee Ernie Ford Show (guest is ragtime pianist Big

Tiny Little, Jo Ann Castle's predecessor on "The Lawrence

Welk Show")

11:30 Yours For A Song

12 N Jane Wyman

12:30 Camouflage

12:55 ABC News (Alex Dreier)

1 PM Man From Cochise

1:30 Susie (Ann Sothern)

2 PM Day In Court

2:30 Seven Keys

3 PM Queen For A Day (Jack Smith of "You Asked For It" fame

subs for vacationing Jack Bailey.)

3:30 Who Do You Trust?

4 PM American Bandstand

4:50 American Newsstand

5 PM Bob Brandy

6 PM ABC News (Ron Cochran)

6:15 News, Weather

6:30 Tombstone Territory

7 PM Ozzie And Harriet (delay from Thu 7:30 PM)

7:30 Bugs Bunny

8 PM Bachelor Father

8:30 The New Breed (guest star: Peter Fonda)

9:30 Yours For A Song


10 PM Shelley Berman: A Personal Appearance" (a one-man

show, pre-empts "Alcoa Premiere")

11 PM ABC News (Murphy Martin)

11:10 Man From Cochise

sign of 11:40 PM

WLW-A (WXIA) Ch. 11 Atlanta (ABC)

7:30 Thoughts For Today

7:35 News, Weather

7:45 Debbie Drake

8 AM University Television: "Shakespeare"

8:30 Billy Johnson (kids' show)

9:30 Snooky Lanson

11 AM Tennessee Ernie Ford Show

11:30 Yours For A Song

12 N Jane Wyman

12:30 Camouflage

12:55 ABC News

1 PM Star Performance

1:30 Burns And Allen

2 PM Day In Court

2:30 Seven Keys

3 PM Queen For A Day

3:30 Who Do You Trust?


4 PM American Bandstand

4:50 American Newsstand

5 PM Billy Johnson

5:30 Movie: "Triple Threat" (watch for Gloria Henry,

Dennis the Menace's mom; and Mary Stuart

from "Search For Tomorrow"--from '48)

7 PM News, Weather, Sports

7:15 ABC News

7:30 Bugs Bunny

8 PM Bachelor Father

8:30 The New Breed

9:30 Yours For A Song

10 PM Shelley Berman: A Personal Appearance

11 PM News, Weather, Sports

11:30 Tonight Show (pre-empted on Ch. 2, which would

begin airing the show when Carson took over, also

not in color)

WDEF Ch. 12 Chattanooga (CBS)

7:25 Daily Word

7:30 Country Show

8 AM Captain Kangaroo

9 AM Cartoons

9:15 Morning Stretch (this is not Joanie Greggains)


9:30 Woman's Whirl

9:55 Tips And Tricks

10 AM Calendar (Harry Reasoner, Mary Fickett)

10:30 I Love Lucy

11 AM Verdict Is Yours

11:30 Brighter Day

11:55 CBS News (Harry Reasoner)

12 N Love Of Life

12:30 Search For Tomorrow

12:45 Guiding Light

1 PM Lunch 'n Fun

1:30 As The World Turns

2 PM Password (Agnes Moorehead, Hal March; Jack

Clark subs for Allen Ludden)

2:30 Art Linkletter's House Party

3 PM Millionaire

3:30 To Tell The Truth

3:55 CBS News

4 PM Secret Storm

4:30 Edge Of Night

5 PM Movie: "Blaze Of Noon"

6:25 Sounding Board

6:30 News, Weather

6:45 CBS News

7 PM Quick Draw McGraw


7:30 Third Man

8 PM Password

8:30 Dobie Gillis

9 PM Comedy Spot

9:30 Ichabod And Me

10 PM Talent Scouts

11 PM News, Weather, Sports

11:15 Movie: "The Biscuit Eater"

WMAZ Ch. 13 Macon (CBS/NBC/ABC)

6:30 Circus Boy

7 AM Cartoons

7:30 Almanac Newsreel

7:35 Hymn Time

7:45 Your Bible

8 AM Captain Kangaroo

9 AM Komedy Theater

9:30 Dr. Hudson's Secret Journal

10 AM Calendar

10:30 I Love Lucy

11 AM Verdict Is Yours

11:30 Brighter Day

11:55 CBS News

12 N Love Of Life
12:30 Search For Tomorrow

12:45 Guiding Light

1 PM Almanac

1:15 Date With Del

1:30 As The World Turns

2 PM Password

2:30 Art Linkletter's House Party

3 PM Millionaire

3:30 To Tell The Truth

3:55 CBS News

4 PM Secret Storm

4:30 Edge Of Night

5 PM Cartoons

5:30 Playhouse 15

5:45 Political Talk

6 PM News, Weather, Sports

6:45 CBS News

7 PM Dick Van Dyke (CBS, delay from Wed 9:30 PM)

7:30 Marshal Dillon

8 PM Password

8:30 Dobie Gillis

9 PM Comedy Spot

9:30 M Squad

10 PM Talent Scouts

11 PM News, Weather, Sports


11:30 Movie: "Rooney" (nothing to do with Mickey or Andy)

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Re: Retro: Atlanta/Chattanooga/Macon Tuesday, August 14, 1962

10 PM Talent Scouts (host Jim Backus welcomes scouts Liberace, Red Buttons,

Joan Bennett, Jack E. Leonard, and Kathryn Grayson. Talent: singers

Billy Fields and Joshua Hecht; tap dancer Sandy Walsh; comedian Lou

Alexander; the singing Sylte Sisters; the Herb Handcock Trio, instrumentalists)

Would that be Herbie Hancock?

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Re: Retro: Atlanta/Chattanooga/Macon Tuesday, August 14, 1962

Quote Originally Posted by Corky Marlowe


10 PM Talent Scouts (host Jim Backus welcomes scouts Liberace, Red Buttons,

Joan Bennett, Jack E. Leonard, and Kathryn Grayson. Talent: singers

Billy Fields and Joshua Hecht; tap dancer Sandy Walsh; comedian Lou

Alexander; the singing Sylte Sisters; the Herb Handcock Trio, instrumentalists)

Would that be Herbie Hancock?

Very likely. In those days he was working with a couple of other guys who made some

noise (and I mean that as a compliment) in the world of jazz: Donald Byrd and Coleman

Hawkins. That same year he had his first hit record, "Watermelon Man."

Also. remember that, even going back to the days when Arthur Godfrey hosted "Talent

Scouts," the talent was always undiscovered professionals, unlike on Ted Mack's show.

So I have a feeling this was indeed Herbie Hancock.

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Re: Retro: Atlanta/Chattanooga/Macon Tuesday, August 14, 1962

Guess the old WQXI-11 couldn't carry network color programming as late as August, 1962.

But then again, I don't think ABC (with which it was affiliated then) broadcast any network color
programs until September of 1962, and then, I think only "The Jetsons" and "Bugs Bunny" were
colorcast.
It would not be until 1965 that ABC began broadcasting more than a handful of hours of color
each week.

Given that Atlanta even then was a large market, I would think that WQXI at least got the
equipment to broadcast network color by the time ABC began airing some color shows that Fall.

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They did. They ran "The Jetsons" and "Beany And Cecil" in color

in fall 1962; I don't think they had "The Flintstones" in color, however.

They made the changeover to airing local programs in color in 1967.

Retro: Seattle/Tacoma, Tuesday, September 29th, 1987

Source: Seattle Times microfilm

CHANNELS

2 CBUT Vancouver (CBC)

4 KOMO Seattle (ABC)


5 KING Seattle (NBC)

7 KIRO Seattle (CBS)

9 KCTS Seattle (PBS)

11 KSTW Tacoma (IND)

12 KVOS Bellingham (IND)

13 KCPQ Tacoma (Fox)

22 KTZZ Seattle (IND)

28 KTPS Tacoma (PBS)

7am

4 Good Morning America

Author Gore Vidal ["Empire"]; Mamie Van Doren.

5 Today

From Beijing. Winston Lord, U.S. ambassador to China; interracial marriages; Chinese
consumerism; Tibet; Inner Mongolia.

7 CBS Morning News

9 Sesame Street

11 Dennis the Menace

12 Kids Cont. (?)

13 G.I. Joe

22 Spiral Zone

7:30

7 The Morning Program

Tom Selleck; authors Arthur Schlesinger (sp?) and Clifton Daniel; Jessica Hahn; miscarriages; a
self-help book for teenage girls; comedian Jonathon Solomon.
11 Jetsons

12 My Little Pony 'n Friends

13 Dinosaucers

22 Bionic Six

8am

9 Captain Kangaroo

11 12 Scooby-Doo

13 Smurfs

22 Silverhawks

8:30

9 Mister Rogers Neighborhood

11 My Little Pony

12 Kids Club (when did the local "Frisky Frolics" end?)

13 Teddy Ruxpin

22 Bullwinkle

28 Sesame Street (late sign on time)

9am

4 Geraldo

5 Good Company

A top Northwest chef prepares a delicious dish.

7 Oprah Winfrey

The efects of plastic surgery.


9 Sesame Street

11 The Brady Bunch

12 Leave it to Beaver

13 Sale of the Century (preempted from KING)

22 Pastor's Study

9:30

2 Crossfire (#1 - nothing to do with the CNN show. #2 - VERY late sign on time for 1987!)

11 Bewitched

12 Too Close for Comfort

13 Classic Concentration

28 Self, Inc

10am

2 Fred Penner's Place

4 Who's the Boss?

5 Wheel of Fortune (daytime)

7 Price is Right (shortly after Bob Barker dyed his hair gray, IIRC)

9 Instructional TV

11 I Love Lucy

12 Wil Shriner

Actress Marsha Warfield; Cris Lemmon ["Duet"]; Author Suzanne Brangham.

13 Hour Magazine

Jack Scalia; parents who murder their children; Double Dare host Marc Summers; Dr. John
Zambetti & The Johnny Z Band.

22 Success-N-Life
28 Merry World

10:30

2 Mr. Dressup

4 Mr. Belvedere

5 Sally Jessy Raphael (30-minutes)

Shirley MacLaine interview (part 2 of 2).

11 Divorce Court

28 Voyage/Mimi (?)

11am

2 Sesame Street

4 Ryan's Hope

5 Super Password

7 Young and the Restless

11 The Judge

12 Hawaii Five-0

13 Love Connection

22 Weight (prob infomercial)

28 Family Classics

11:30

4 Loving

5 Scrabble

11 Superior Court
13 High Rollers (syndicated I think)

22 My Three Sons

28 Sesame Street

Noon

2 4 All My Children

5 Days of Our Lives

7 News

11 Movie

"The Great Santini." [1979] Robert Duvall. A teenager finally stands up to his bullying father, a
fiercely competitive peacetime Marine pilot who runs his family like boot camp.

12 Perry Mason

13 $100,000 Pyramid

22 Slim Cooking

12:30

13 Card Sharks (from CBS, my best guess. There's a YouTube video showing Bob Eubanks' Card
Sharks on KCPQ)

22 Dick Van Dyke

28 Place (?)

1PM

2 Midday

4 One Life to Live

5 Another World

7 As The World Turns


12 Dick Van Dyke

13 Movie

"Sam Whiskey." [1969] Burt Reynolds, Angie Dickinson. A fetching young widow seduces a
westerner into salvaging a fortune in gold.

22 Hogan's Heroes

28 Newscasts

1:30

12 My Three Sons

22 Gomer Pyle, USMC

28 Reading Rainbow

2PM

2 7 Guiding Light

4 General Hospital

5 Santa Barbara

9 MotorWeek

11 Laverne and Shirley

12 I Love Lucy

22 Dennis the Menace

28 World of Science

2:30

9 Automania

11 JEM

12 Andy Griffith
22 Heathclif

28 Teletales

3PM

2 Coronation Street

4 Northwest Afternoon

Divorced women tell of the trauma they experienced when their husbands remarried.

5 Wil Shriner

See 10am, KVOS.

7 Magnum P.I.

A lavish costume party provides the scenee for Higgin's accident-induced Shakespearean
rantings, a jewel thief, murder and unrequited love.

9 Sesame Street

11 Beverly Hills Teens

12 Flintstones

13 Quincy, M.E.

22 Ghostbusters

28 Justin Wilson's Louisiana Cookin

3:30

2 Airwaves

11 Transformers

12 G.I. Joe

22 Saber Rider

28 Computer Chronicles
4PM

2 Facts of Life

4 Win, Lose or Draw

5 Donahue

Scheduled: Jessica Hahn.

7 People's Court

9 3-2-1 Contact

11 Ghostbusters

12 JEM

13 Gilligan's Island

22 She-Ra

28 Homework Hotline

4:30

2 OWL/TV

4 Hollywood Squares (John Davidson)

7 CBS News

9 Square One Television

11 Bravestarr

12 Dif'rent Strokes

13 DuckTales

22 Thundercats

5PM

2 Video Hits
4 5 7 News

9 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

11 Dif'rent Strokes

12 Three's Company

13 Wonderful World of Disney

"Davy Crockett and the River Pirates." Davy teams with legendary boatman Mike Fink to battle
pirates on the Ohio River.

22 Flintstones

28 Sesame Street

5:30

2 Three's Company

7 MLB Baseball

Seattle Mariners at Kansas City Royals.

9 Nightly Business Report

11 12 Silver Spoons

22 I Dream of Jeannie

6PM

2 News

4 ABC News

5 NBC News

9 MacNeil Lehrer NewsHour

11 Family Ties

12 M*A*S*H

13 Happy Days
22 Beverly Hillbillies

28 Nightly Business Report

6:30

4 News

5 Top Story

11 Three's Company

12 Taxi

13 Benson

22 Leave it to Beaver

28 Automania

7PM

2 'Slap' Maxwell Story

Slap comes to the frightening realization that many people want to get him.

4 Wheel of Fortune

5 Entertainment Tonight

Scheduled: Dudley Moore ["Like Father/Like Son"].

9 Wild, Wild World of Animals

"Wildlife in New York"

11 Cheers

12 Wonderful World of Disney

The Tanners arrive at their Wyoming ranch to find a broken-down shambles with no water. Part 1
of 2.

13 Hill Street Blues

Furillo demands the councilman be subpoenaed, Hunter's tank is stolen; LaRue's business is
razed; Marv's ashes lie in state.

22 Hawaii Five-0

McGarrett's investigation of a Japanese banker who committed ritual suicide uncovers an


international swindle.

28 Nature

Attempts to protect the unique animals and plants of Brazil threatened by development of the
Amazon jungle.

7:30

2 Hooperman

Harry tries to pass Biljoux of as a narcotics dog after he bites the mailman.

4 Jeopardy!

5 Evening

Tina Yothers discusses her singing career and her role on "Family Ties".

9 World of Survival

Thinning out elephant herds.

11 M*A*S*H

Klinger saves Charles from an operating-room explosion.

8pm

2 the fifth estate

A man who stole $17 million from a bank tells how he did it.

4 Who's the Boss?

Samantha's date with a "college man" sends Tony on a search for the guilty party.

5 Matlock

A vengedul sculptor [David Ogden Stiers] sets Michelle's friend up for the murder of the man
responsible for his blindness.
9 Nova

"The Hole in the Sky." A mid-winter expedition to Antarctica to examine the recently discovered
thinning of the Earth's protective ozone layer.

11 Movie

"The Horse Soldiers." [1959] John Wayne, William Holden. The Yankee Calvary cuts a path
through TN to LA, despite the best eforts of the Confederate army.

12 Movie

"Will - G. Gordon Liddy." [1983] Robert Conrad. The ex-lawyer and FBI agent who would later be
convicted as one of the Watergate burglars becomes a member of the Committee to Re-Elect the
President.

13 Movie

"Cloak and Dagger." [1946] Gary Cooper. The OSS sends a physics professor to Italy, where
partisans help him find an atomic scientist held by Nazis. Directed by Fritz Lang.

22 Perry Mason

A woman fashion magnate is poisoned on the eve of an important spring showing. Guests: Leslie
Parrish, David White, Marie Windsor.

28 Bergerac

The detective is convinced that an accident of a rock star's yacht was really murder.

8:30

4 Growing Pains

Unemployed Maggie vents her frustrations by becoming a compulsive housekeeper.

7 Jake and the Fatman

When a wealthy businessman is murdered - supposedly by a burglar - McCabe suspects the


victim's young wife (Karen Austin).

9pm

2 Market Place
4 Moonlighting

Maddie and David sort out their emotions as they try to plot the course of their relationship.

5 J.J. Starbuck

After learning of his assistant's plans to blackmail him, a corporate head-hunter [Robert Conrad]
plans her murder to look like suicide.

9 We The People

The active role of the courts in interpreting the constitutional definitions of equality and
discrimination.

22 McCloud

An Israeli soldier [Jane Seymour] seeks revenge on McCloud when he is mistakenly accused of
killing her brother, a New York cab driver, during a shoot-out with a drug dealer (George
Hamilton).

28 Among Brothers

Changes in urban politics caused by the growing frequency of elections between black
candidates.

9:30

2 Man Alive

The efects of terrorism on the lives of victims and their families.

10pm

2 National-Journal

4 thirtysomething

Series premiere. A group of friends in their thirties struggles with life, love and careers. With Tim
Busfield, Ken Olin, Patricia Wettig.

5 Crime Story

Torello confronts his feelings for his ex-wife when she requests his help in rescuing her
kidnapped husband (David Soul).
9 Only One Earth

Environmental problems caused by development in Senegal, Mexico and Scotland, and possible
solutions through conservation.

11 News

12 Honeymooners

13 Odd Couple

Oscar ofers to fund the funeral for Felix's parrot.

28 Nightly Business Report

10:30

7 The Law and Harry McGraw

Harry matches wits with a condescending insurance investigator while defending a client
accused of insurance fraud.

12 Phil Silvers Show

13 Financial (?)

22 USA Tonight

28 Globe Watch

Sign of 11pm.

11pm

2 4 5 News

9 Movie

"The Trouble with Angels." [1966] Hayley Mills. An all-knowing Mother Superior tries to tone
down the antics of two rambunctious female students at her school.

11 Barney Miller

12 Cannon

13 Late Show
Guest host: Arsenio Hall.

22 Honeymooners

An adoption agency inspects the Kramdens.

11:30

4 Nightline

5 The Tonight Show

Guest host Garry Shandling. Guests: Gloria Estefan and the Miami Sound Machine, Victoria
Principal; actor/comedian Dave Coulier.

7 News

11 Saturday Night

22 1 Step Beyond

11:35

2 Maude

Midnight

4 Get in Touch

11 Benny Hill

12 BluBlocker

13 Financial (?)

22 Gunsmoke

12:05

2 Movie

"Brighton Rock." [1948] Richard Attenborough, Hermione Baddeley. The girlfriend of a murdered
reporter connects his death to an underworld leader.

7 Diamonds

A former husband and wife TV detective team (Nicholas Campbell, Peggy Smithhart) take a crack
at the real thing following the cancellation of their series. (I have several episodes of this show
on VHS tapes taped of USA Network c. 1990)

12:30

4 Police Story

A local narcotics detective [Robert Goulet] does a little maneuvering so that he and his partner
can be in on a major drug bust.

5 Late Night

Jay Leno, Annie Potts, guitarist Hiram Bullock.

11 Twilight Zone

12 Benny Hill

13 Matchmaker

1AM

9 Bork Committee Highlights

Highlights of the Senate Confirmation Hearings on the nomination of Judge Robert H Bork for
Supreme Court justice.

11 Dukes of Hazzard

12 Twilight Zone

13 Movie (unknown)

22 Movie

"Stockcar." [1976] Drivers including Richard Petty, Cale Yarborough and Bobby Allison discuss
their exciting but dangerous profession.
1:15

7 Movie

"Wait Till Your Mother Gets Home." [1983] Paul Michael Glaser, Dee Wallace. An out-of-work
high school football coach acts as house husband while his wife supports the family.

-crainbebo

Retro: Alabama Saturday, August 11, 1962

From TV Guide, Alabama Edition (Mobile and Pensacola

stations were not listed):

Alabama Educational Network: WDIQ/2 Dozier, WCIQ/7

Cheaha State Park, WBIQ/10 Birmingham (NET)

of air on Saturday

WRBL Ch. 3 Columbus, GA (CBS/NBC)

Listed Central Time

6:25 Invitation For Tomorrow

6:30 Chattahoochee R.F.D.

7 PM Western Movie (title not given)

8 AM Captain Kangaroo

9 AM The Alvin Show

9:30 Mighty Mouse

10 AM Magic Land Of Allakazam

10:30 Roy Rogers


11 AM Sky King

11:30 CBS News (Roger Mudd)

11:45 Baseball: Tigers-Yankees (Dizzy Dean and Pee Wee

Reese are the announcers.)

3 PM Championship Bowling (time approximate)

3:30 Championship Wrestling From Florida

4:30 Sportsman's Lodge

5 PM Window On Main Street (Robert Young's one failure,

CBS, delay from Wed 7 PM)

5:30 Vincent Van Gogh: A Self Portrait (NBC, I think this is a

delay from Mon 9 PM)

6:30 Perry Mason

7:30 The Defenders

8:30 Have Gun, Will Travel

9 PM Gunsmoke

10 PM Movie: "The Climax" (Boris Karlof, from '44)

WTVY Ch. 4 Dothan (CBS/ABC)

8 AM Captain Kangaroo

9 AM The Alvin Show

9:30 Mighty Mouse

10 AM Magic Land Of Allakazam

10:30 Roy Rogers

11 AM Sky King
11:30 CBS News

11:45 Baseball: Tigers-Yankees

3 PM Big Picture (time approximate)

3:30 TBA

4 PM Championship Bowling: Frank Clause vs. George Howard

5 PM Wrestling From Dothan

6 PM Wanted: Dead Or Alive

6:30 Perry Mason

7:30 The Defenders

8:30 Have Gun, Will Travel

9 PM Gunsmoke

10 PM Ben Casey (ABC, delay from Mon 9 PM)

11 PM Movie: "Run For The Sun"

WBRC Ch. 6 Birmingham (ABC)

5 AM Headliners

5:30 Time To Grow

6 AM Country Boy Eddie

7 AM Cartoons

8 AM Amos 'n' Andy

8:30 Super Car

9 AM The Alvin Show

9:30 Mighty Mouse

10 AM Magic Land Of Allakazam


10:30 Adventure Land

11 AM Bugs Bunny (ABC)

11:30 Follow That Man

12 N Movie: "Storm Warning" (members of the KKK take the

law into their own hands, Ronald Reagan stars with

Ginger Rogers, from '51)

2 PM Wide World Of Sports (Frontier Days rodeo from Cheyenne,

WY, delay from Sun 4 PM)

3:30 Wrestling From Birmingham (probably better remembered from

its years on Ch. 42)

4:30 Cartoons

5 PM Beany And Cecil (delay from 6 PM)

5:30 Grand Ole Opry

6 PM Sea Hunt

6:30 Calvin And The Colonel

7 PM Wanted: Dead Or Alive

7:30 Leave It To Beaver

8 PM Lawrence Welk (Hawaiian music is the theme)

9 PM Invitation To Paris (rerun of a two-year-old special with

Maurice Chevalier, Fernandel, and Patachou, pre-empts

"The Fight Of The Week" and "Saturday Sports Final")

10 PM Movie: "Thunder Over The Plains"

11:50 Movie: "When Gangland Strikes"

WSLA (WAKA) Ch. 8 Selma, AL (ABC)


1 PM Elephant Hour (kids' show)

2 PM Wide World Of Sports (same as Ch. 6)

3:30 Big Picture

4 PM Movie: "Spider Woman" (Basil Rathbone as Sherlock Holmes,

from '44)

5 PM The Hathaways (delay from Fri 7 PM)

5:30 Country Style, U.S.A.

5:45 Channel 8 Extra

6 PM Beany And Cecil (in-pattern time but not the in-pattern show)

6:30 Calvin And The Colonel

7 PM Room For One More

7:30 Leave It To Beaver

8 PM Lawrence Welk

9 PM Invitation To Paris

10 PM Movie: "Sherlock Holmes And The Secret Weapon" (Sherlock

Holmes and Watson are living in World War II, as they try

to retrieve a secret bomb sight the Nazis also want, from '42)

WTVM Ch. 9 Columbus, GA (NBC/ABC)

Listed Central Time

7 AM Country Boy Eddie

8 AM Rockin' With The Deuse

9 AM Shari Lewis (guests: Jerry Orbach and Tom Tichenor's puppets


Horrible Henry and Carrot Top, COLOR)

9:30 King Leonardo (COLOR)

10 AM Fury

10:30 Make Room For Daddy (guest: Ernest Borgnine)

11 AM Mr. Wizard

11:30 Farm Program

12 N Movie: "Gold Diggers Of 1937"

2:30 My Little Margie

3 PM Third Man

3:30 King Of Diamonds (Broderick Crawford's first of two unsuccessful

followups to "Highway Patrol"--the other was "The Interns" in

1970-71)

4 PM The Outlaws (NBC, delay from Thu 6:30 PM)

5 PM Room For One More (ABC, delay from 7 PM)

5:30 Bachelor Father (ABC, delay from Tue 7 PM)

6 PM Beany And Cecil (this is the in-pattern show)

6:30 Bonanza (NBC, delay from Sun 8 PM

7:30 Leave It To Beaver

8 PM Lawrence Welk

9 PM Invitation To Paris

10 PM Movie: "Let's Be Happy"

sign of 11:35 PM

WSFA Ch. 12 Montgomery (NBC)


7 AM This Land Of Ours

7:30 Achievement

8 AM Cartoons

9 AM Shari Lewis (COLOR)

9:30 King Leonardo (COLOR)

10 AM Fury

10:30 Make Room For Daddy

11 AM Mr. Wizard

11:30 TBA

12 N Baseball: Orioles-Red Sox (Joe Garagiola and

Bob Wolf announce)

3 PM TBA (time approximate)

4 PM Travel Film

4:30 Sports Thrills

5 PM International Showtime ("Circus From Germany,"

delay from Fri 6:30 PM)

6 PM Virginia Boys (country music)

6:30 Tales Of Wells Fargo (COLOR)

7:30 The Tall Man

8 PM NBC Movie: "The Black Rose" (COLOR)

10 PM News, Weather, Sports

10:30 Movie: "Lucy Gallant"

WAPI (WVTM) Ch. 13 Birmingham (NBC/CBS)


6 AM Big Picture

6:30 Morning Devotional

6:45 Auburn Farm Roundup

7 AM Farmland, U.S.A.

7:30 Popeye And The Three Stooges

8 AM Captain Kangaroo

9 AM Shari Lewis (COLOR)

9:30 King Leonardo (COLOR)

10 AM Fury

10:30 Make Room For Daddy

11 AM Sky King

11:30 Film Feature

11:45 Baseball: Tigers-Yankees

3 PM TBA (time approximate)

3:30 David Brinkley's Journal (Secretary of Labor Arthur

Goldberg discusses the idea of a five-hour working

day, NBC, delay from Wed 9:30 PM)

4 PM Bullwinkle (NBC, delay from Sun 6 PM)

4:30 Father Knows Best (CBS, delay from Mon 7:30 PM)

5 PM International Showtime

6 PM Everglades

6:30 Walt Disney's Wonderful World Of Color (not in color,

NBC, delay from Sun 6:30 PM)

7:30 Bonanza

8:30 Have Gun, Will Travel


9 PM Gunsmoke

10 PM Tales Of Wells Fargo

11 PM Movie: "The Bride Wore Red"

WOWL (WHDF) Ch. 15 Florence, AL (NBC/CBS)

8 AM Captain Kangaroo

9 AM Shari Lewis (COLOR)

9:30 King Leonardo (COLOR)

10 AM Fury

10:30 Roy Rogers

11 AM Sky King

11:30 Here's Henry (local variety show)

11:45 Baseball: Tigers-Yankees

3 PM Film Feature (time approximate)

4 PM Western Movie (title not given)

5 PM TBA

5:30 Round Table

6 PM Flatt And Scruggs

6:30 Tales Of Wells Fargo (COLOR)

7:30 Dance Time (Marty Martin--I remember Orlando's Ch. 9

having a program with the same title, hosted by Sandy

Contella, on Saturdays at 6:30 (ET); in fact, I watched

it for the one and only time this same night)

8 PM NBC Movie: "The Black Rose" (COLOR)


10 PM Movie: "The Big Sleep" (Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall,

from '46)

WCOV Ch. 20 Montgomery (CBS)

8 AM Captain Kangaroo

9 AM The Alvin Show

9:30 Mighty Mouse

10 AM Magic Land Of Allakazam

10:30 Roy Rogers

11 AM Through The Porthole

11:15 Industry On Parade

11:30 CBS News

11:45 Baseball: Tigers-Yankees

3 PM Flying Deuces (Laurel and Hardy, time approximate)

4 PM Championship Bowling: Lee Jouglard vs. Morrie Oppenheim

5 PM Wrestling From Bufalo

6 PM R.C.M.P.

6:30 Perry Mason

7:30 The Defenders

8:30 Have Gun, Will Travel

9 PM Gunsmoke

10 PM Movie: "Little Men"

11:30 TV News Final


WMSL Ch. 23 (WAFF Ch. 48) Decatur, AL (NBC/CBS)

11 AM Mighty Mouse

11:30 Film Feature

11:45 Baseball: Tigers-Yankees

3 PM Movie: TBA (time approximate)

4 PM Magic Land Of Allakazam

4:30 Fury

5 PM NBC News (Sander Vanocur)

5:15 Frontier Circus (CBS, delay from Thu 7 PM)

6:15 News, Sports, Weather

6:30 Tales Of Wells Fargo (COLOR)

7:30 The Tall Man

8 PM TBA

8:30 Have Gun, Will Travel

9 PM Gunsmoke

10 PM Hennesey (CBS, delay from Mon 9 PM)

10:30 Pete And Gladys (CBS, delay from Mon 7 PM)

11 PM Wrestling From Decatur

WAFG (WAAY) Ch. 31 Huntsville (ABC)

10:30 Bugs Bunny (same show seen on Chs. 6 and 32 at 11 AM)

11 AM Alex And Elmer (ventriloquist Alex Houston and his pal Elmer)

12 N Big Picture
12:30 Davey And Goliath

12:45 FYI

1 PM Herald Of Truth

1:30 Movie: TBA

3:30 Cartoons

4 PM Interpol Calling

4:30 Stage 7

5 PM Mystery Theater

5:30 News, Sports, Weather

6 PM Beany And Cecil

6:30 Calvin And The Colonel

7 PM Room For One More

7:30 Leave It To Beaver

8 PM Lawrence Welk

9 PM Invitation To Paris

10 PM Starlight Playhouse

WCCB (WNCF) Ch. 32 Montgomery (ABC)

note: WCCB is now Ch. 18, the CW affiliate in Charlotte

9:30 Movie: "The Case Of The Howling Dog" (Warren William

as Perry Mason, from '34)

11 AM Bugs Bunny

11:30 Cartoons

12 N Laurel And Hardy


1 PM Cartoon Carnival

1:30 Sea Hunt

2 PM Modern Science Theater

2:30 Young People's World

3 PM Movie: "Espionage Agent"

4:30 Tales Of The Vikings

5 PM Whirlybirds

5:30 Rough Riders

6 PM Beany And Cecil

6:30 Calvin And The Colonel

7 PM Room For One More

7:30 Leave It To Beaver

8 PM Lawrence Welk

9 PM Invitation To Paris

10 PM Movie: "The Fighting 69th"

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Interesting takeaway: The split NBC/CBS affiliates (3, 13, 15 and 23) all chose to go with the CBS
MLB Game of the week rather than the NBC game. I could understand that on Channel 3, since
they were a primary CBS, but I wonder what the rationale was on 13, 15 and 23---all primary
NBC affiliates? Or could it have been that 15 and 23 were picking up 13's feed via antenna and
relaying it to the Tennessee Valley? And better yet...why didn't Channel 9 carry the NBC game?

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I can only theorize and say that Dizzy Dean had a large following

in the South and would probably have easily beaten NBC. We had

an NBC primary, WECT Wilmington, NC, that also carried CBS's games.

Likewise, WRAL Raleigh had just switched from NBC to ABC, but IIRC,

still carried NBC's games while WTVD (CBS primary) carried Dizzy and

Pee Wee and usually had the bigger audience.

Regardless, it would be logical to think that in Birmingham Ch. 6 could

have carried the CBS games (it had a few leftovers from its CBS years

up until the late '60s) and 13 could have carried NBC's. But 6 had a

scheduling conflict; "Wide World Of Sports" aired on Sundays at the time,

but 6 chose to delay it until the following Saturday. After "Wide World"

became a Saturday show, I always remember 6 carrying it in pattern.


As for Ch. 9, it is odd, because both CBS and NBC had games on Sunday,

with the same announcers; 3 carried CBS and 9, NBC. Again, in Birmingham,

13 had the CBS game and the NBC one was pre-empted.

I don't know if 15 and 23 picked up 13's feed (they could just as easily have

picked up Ch. 5 in Nashville), but they probably went with the higher-rated

network.

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I thought the reason WBRC-6 dumped CBS and went to ABC (and probably not clearing many
CBS shows as a secondary affiliate) was the result of a 1961 "CBS Reports" documentary on
school desegregation in Birmingham.

Ironically, the narrator and reporter was Howard K. Smith, who was forced to resign from CBS
News as a result of editorializing in his closing narration. Smith soon wound up at............ABC!

Although Smith wouldn't become co-anchor of ABC's evening newscast until 1969, he did a
weekly news analysis program for a couple of years and also anchored or co-anchored ABC's live
coverage of special events and breaking news (except for space flights; Jules Bergman did that)
from the time he joined the network.
I would think that WBRC didn't carry the Smith show during it's run (around 1962-63), and if
they could pick-up CBS' or NBC's live coverage of breaking news, political conventions, elections,
or other special events instead of ABC's coverage, they'd do so, again, to avoid having Howard K.
Smith on it's "air".

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The reason both CBS and NBC had Saturday-afternoon Major League Baseball games in the early
1960's was that MLB had no league-wide national TV deal for regular-season games. Individual
teams could negotiate with networks.

This situation was similar to the National Football League through 1961; individual NFL teams
could negotiate their own TV deals until the NFL signed a league-wide TV deal with CBS in 1962.

As a result, several teams made deals with CBS allowing that network to carry, if they wished,
Saturday home games on the network; and likewise, other teams made similar deals with NBC.

Additionally, network "Game Of The Week" broadcasts were blacked-out in cities with MLB
teams until 1965, when MLB signed it's first-ever league-wide network TV deal for regular-
season games with ABC. But ABC's deal lasted one year (I suspect it was because NBC's deal for
the All-Star Game and the World Series ended at the close of the 1965 season and the league
wanted to combine the two packages for 1966 and beyond).

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Re WBRC and Howard K. Smith: WBRC was one of the

last two ABC affiliates to pick up the network's newscast

when he was co-anchoring with Harry Reasoner (WJRT

Flint, MI was the other); both began airing the broadcast

on August 7, 1972.

Another reason for the WBRC switch from CBS to ABC

was that its then-owner, Taft Broadcasting, was switching

some of its other stations, in particular flagship WKRC Cincinnati

and WKYT Lexington, KY. WKYT went back to CBS in 1968 when

it got new ownership and WBLG (now WTVQ) signed on as the new

ABC affiliate; WKRC returned to CBS in, I believe, 1995, when WCPO

was one of four stations Scripps switched to ABC in exchange for

keeping WEWS Cleveland and WXYZ Detroit in the ABC fold; Scripps

had considered moving them to CBS when WJW Cleveland and WJBK

Detroit were bought by Fox and switched from CBS.

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Quote Originally Posted by Joseph_Gallant

I thought the reason WBRC-6 dumped CBS and went to ABC (and probably not clearing many
CBS shows as a secondary affiliate) was the result of a 1961 "CBS Reports" documentary on
school desegregation in Birmingham.

Date of the (yes, very hard-hitting) CBS Reports documentary in question: May 18, 1961.

Date on WBRC's signed affiliation agreement with ABC: March 1, 1961. (the actual flip would
occur that Fall)

Hmmmmm............

Once more, with feeling: The reason WBRC flipped affiliation was - as BPatrick also noted -
because of a realignment among Taft Broadcasting stations to ABC. That's the reason. Find
Leonard Goldenson's book about ABC, it's in there.

--Russell

www.birminghamrewound.com

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The Howard K. Smith special on Birmingham was probably produced in early 1961, and WBRC-
6/Taft management may have gotten wind of what he and his crew were doing and saying while
the documentary was being produced.

After doing more research, I found out that CBS wouldn't let Smith quote a line from an author
which in this instance denounced desegregation to close the TV show. But he supposedly used
that line in a report aired on a CBS Radio hourly newscast on a day when something there
became a top news story while he was there. This incident may well have been during January or
February of 1961.

That may have prompted Taft to dump CBS (if this incident was in January or February---I don't
know the exact date---it could have been a factor), although the affiliation deal between WBRC
and ABC was signed/took efect two-and-a-half months prior to the TV broadcast.

I had also heard that in late 1960, Ed Murrow had gone to Birmingham to begin working on the
TV documentary, but after he left CBS to head the U. S. Information service, Smith was assigned
to finish the special.

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The line Smith quoted was Edmund Burke's statement that

the way for evil to triumph is for good men to do nothing.

Bill Paley felt, nevertheless, that Smith was editiorializing,

even though Smith pointed out to him that the line was not

his but that of an eighteenth-century political scientist.

Paley, however, felt that Smith had been expressing his

opinions on the air too much, and this, he decided, was the

last straw. Smith got into more hot water almost as soon as

he arrived at ABC, with his "The Political Obituary Of Richard

Nixon." Smith interviewed Alger Hiss, the State Department

official who leaned toward the Communist party and who had

first brought Nixon to fame with his confrontation with Whittaker

Chambers in 1948. When criticized for including Hiss Smith responded,

"Mr. Hiss is news. I'm not running a Sunday-school program."

Years later Smith himself would make news when he called for Nixon's

resignation; it was a truism in the industry that Smith was the most

pro-Nixon of the network anchors at the time (1974).

As for the lag time between WBRC's signing with ABC and the actual

switch, that is not uncommon, since the current contract with the

outgoing network has to run out. When Fox bought WBRC in 1994,

it was still under contract to ABC, which wouldn't let WBRC out. As
a result, the station didn't change from ABC to Fox until 1996, leaving

Fox in the awkward position of owning an ABC affiliate for two years.

(WGHP also had to wait, in its case a year, before going from ABC to Fox.)

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Quote Originally Posted by Joseph_Gallant

The Howard K. Smith special on Birmingham was probably produced in early 1961, and WBRC-
6/Taft management may have gotten wind of what he and his crew were doing and saying while
the documentary was being produced.

After doing more research, I found out that CBS wouldn't let Smith quote a line from an author
which in this instance denounced desegregation to close the TV show. But he supposedly used
that line in a report aired on a CBS Radio hourly newscast on a day when something there
became a top news story while he was there. This incident may well have been during January or
February of 1961.

That may have prompted Taft to dump CBS (if this incident was in January or February---I don't
know the exact date---it could have been a factor), although the affiliation deal between WBRC
and ABC was signed/took efect two-and-a-half months prior to the TV broadcast.

So, you're suggesting what took place was more like, "Those Yankees up at CBS are putting
together a documentary that says mean things about our city.&#160;&#160; The NERVE!
&#160;&#160; Donna, get ABC on the phone!!!!!!!"&#160; &#160;&#160; Oh, I'm sure WBRC
brass were aware of the documentary being put together.&#160; &#160; Moreover, I'm sure
that few atop Red Mountain were happy about it.&#160;&#160; I'm sure at least one let their
views be known.&#160;&#160;

In all logic, though, if we don't factor in Taft's decision, the worst that could have come out of all
this would be the station taking a high-profile stance and refusing to clear it.&#160;&#160; But
to sever ties with CBS out of spite is a decision that - even for some people in that time and place
- would have made zero economic sense.&#160; &#160;

But never mind all that.&#160; The story reads better as "Birmingham dissed by CBS
documentary, so 'racist' TV station dumps CBS to make a statement."&#160; &#160; Right?
&#160; &#160; :&#160; &#160; &#160; I seem to recall about a year ago, in a discussion about
American Bandstand, that its absence from Birmingham television was possibly due to - in your
words - "racism."&#160;

http://radiodiscussions.com/smf/inde...topic=220693.0

The documentary had zero to do with Taft's decision to align with ABC, period.&#160; Had it
been so, this would certainly have been mentioned in Goldenson's book.&#160; &#160;
Remember, this network change was not isolated to one station.&#160;&#160;

Any mention of WBRC's change to ABC against a backdrop of "Who Speaks for Birmingham?" can
only be done in terms of speculation.&#160;&#160; To the research I've done, there is no solid,
verifiable correlation.

--Russell

Retro: Northern Indiana, Saturday, Feb. 11th, 1989

Source: TV Guide

CHANNELS
2 WBBM Chicago (CBS)

4 WTTV Indianapolis (IND)

5 WMAQ Chicago (NBC)

7 WLS Chicago (ABC)

9 WGN Chicago (IND)

11 WTTW Chicago (PBS)

15 WANE Fort Wayne (CBS)

16 WNDU South Bend (NBC)

21 WPTA Fort Wayne (ABC)

22 WSBT South Bend (CBS)

28 WSJV South Bend (ABC)

32 WFLD Chicago (Fox)

33 WKJG Ft Wayne (NBC)

34 WNIT South Bend (PBS)

39 WFWA Fort Wayne (PBS)

46 WHME South Bend (IND)

55 WFFT Fort Wayne (Fox)

5am

4 Hawaii Five-O

46 Lundstroms

5:25

9 Sign On
5:30

9 Soap

46 Breakthrough

55 Headline News

6AM

2 Barnaby Jones

4 Panorama Latino

5 Group One Medical

9 Soap

16 21 U.S. Farm Report

33 Indiana Outdoors

46 Joy Junction

55 Kidsongs

6:30

4 Four Thought

5 Group One Medical

9 Update: Making it Happen-Commercial

15 Dif'rent Strokes

16 Indiana Outdoors

21 Lifestyle

33 Ed Hume on Gardening

46 Jimmy Houston Outdoors

55 Comic Strip
7AM

2 Newday Chicago

4 Jimmy Swaggart

5 Liar's Club (I suppose the 88-89 remake and not reruns)

9 Larry Jones

11 Wall Street Week

15 Storybreak

16 Beary Family

22 Bugs Bunny & Friends

32 Esta Semana

33 Agri Country-Ed Johnson

34 Body Electric

39 American Interests

46 Kids Like You

7:30

2 Young Universe

5 Hickory Hideout (local?)

9 World Tomorrow

11 Computer Chronicles

15 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

16 33 Denver, the Last Dinosaur

21 Webster

28 Newswatch Journal
34 Market to Market

39 McLaughlin Group

46 Gospel Bill

7:55

7 Reflections

8am

2 15 22 Adventures of Raggedy Ann and Andy

4 Sparks

5 16 33 Kissyfur

7 21 28 Flintstone Kids

9 US Farm Report

11 Headline News (on PBS?)

32 This Week

34 Sesame Street

39 Washington Week in Review

46 Superbook

8:30

2 15 22 Superman

4 Finders Keepers

5 16 33 Disney's Adventures of the Gummi Bears

7 21 28 New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh

9 People to People
39 Wall Street Week

46 Dixon Document

9am

2 15 22 Jim Henson's Muppet Babies

4 WWF Wrestling

5 16 33 Smurfs

9 Charlando

32 Straight Talk: Cellulite-Commercial

34 Wonderworks

A "Runaway" boy [Gavin Allen] hides out in Manhattan's subways after blaming himself for a
friend's tragic accident.

39 New Yankee Workshop

46 D. James Kennedy

55 High School Basketball

South Side vs. Bishop Dwenger, in a game taped yesterday.

9:30

7 21 28 Slimer! And the Real Ghostbusters

9 Heart of Chicago

32 Think and Grow Rich

39 Rod & Reel

10am

2 15 22 Pee-Wee's Playhouse

4 Southern Sportsman
5 16 33 Chipmunks

9 Minority Business Report

11 Woodwright's Shop

32 Real Estate Showcase

34 Newton's Apple

39 This Old House

46 Contact

10:30

2 15 22 Garfield and Friends

4 Tony Dean Outdoors

5 16 33 Alf

7 21 Pup Named Scooby Doo

9 Update: Making it Happen-Commercial

11 New Yankee Workshop

28 Buddies

Bucky and Skeeter are the best of pals. They share a dog and a treehouse, and go on camping
trips-until Bucky's mother tells him that they're moving away.

32 Financial Freedom-Commercial

34 Square One Television

39 Motorweek '89

46 Cellulite Free in 28 Days-Commercial

55 Go For Your Dreams!-Commercial

11am

2 15 22 Hey, Vern, It's Ernest!


4 Billy Westmorland's Fishing Diary

7 21 28 Bugs Bunny & Tweety

9 Anglers in Action

11 Julia Child & More Company

34 You Are There BW

39 Golf Inside/Out

46 MOVIE BW

"The Capture." [1950] Offbeat psychological study of a man wanted for a murder he didn't
commit. Teresa Wright.

11:30

2 15 22 Teen Wolf

4 Trophy Fishing

5 16 33 Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids

9 Soul Train

11 Hometime

32 America's Top 10

34 TV Classics BW

39 Country Basketweaving

55 Babe Winkleman's Good Fishing

Tips on catching trophy lake trout.

Noon

2 15 22 Mighty Mouse: The New Adventures

4 Babe Winkelman's Good Fishing

5 16 33 Punky Brewster
7 21 28 Animal Crack-Ups

Sally Struthers, Soleil Moon Frye, Dan Frischman and Todd Christensen are the panelists.

11 Motorweek '89

32 WWF Wrestling

34 Frugal Gourmet

39 Lap Quilting with Georgia Bonesteel

55 NWA Wrestling

12:30

2 22 Storybreak

4 Billy Packer's College Basketball

5 33 Misadventures of Ed Grimley

7 21 28 Weekend Special

It's "Miss Switch to the Rescue" [1982] after a girl is kidnapped by an evil warlock released from
an old bottle. Part 1 of two.

9 Know Your Heritage

11 This Old House

15 City Style

16 Digger Phelps: Basketball

34 39 Victory Garden

1PM

2 Dr. Fad

4 7 28 55 College Basketball

Michigan at Minnesota. The Wolverines outfoxed Minnesota 98-83 on Jan. 12, after pulling away
from a 37-35 halftime lead. Glen Rice lead Michigan with 31 points and Rumeal Robinson
chipped in with 24. Willie Burton and Melvin Newborn combined for 38 points for the Gophers.
Michigan leads the all-time series 58-48. (Minnesota won 88-80, but Michigan still won the
NCAA title that year)

5 Dick Clark's Golden Greats

9 Movie

"The Sword and the Sorcerer." [1982] Epic tale of a war-torn medieval kingdom ruled by a tyrant
[Richard Lynch].

11 World at War

15 Countdown to Quitting: Stop Smoking-Commercial

16 Love Boat

21 Fall Guy

22 Babe Winkelman's Good Fishing

Tips on catching trophy lake trout.

32 Munsters BW

33 MOVIE

"The Gambler." [1980] Amiable Kenny Rogers vehicle-he's a frontier card-sharp who knows when
to fold 'em. Bruce Boxleitner.

34 Woodwright's Shop

39 Frugal Gourmet

46 Skiing

Highlights of an international World Cup free-style competition, taped Jan. 6-8 at Mount Gabriel,
Quebec.

1:30

2 Babe Winkelman's Good Fishing

5 Crime of Innocence

A story on the destructive consequences of racial prejudice, about a Chicago boy's visit to a rural
Mississippi town in the '50s. Antoine Roshell.
15 Billy Packer's College Basketball

22 Cellulite Free in 28 Days-Commercial

32 Munsters BW

34 For Veterans Only

A Missouri vet whose garage woodcraft operation grew into a multimillion-dollar company.

39 This Old House

2PM

2 15 Sports Saturday

Boxing is the main event on the program. Also: highlights of the Ladies World Speed Skating
Championships, taped Feb. 4-5 at Lake Placid, N.Y. The scheduled fight is WBC super-
welterweight champion Donald Curry (31-2, 22 KOs) making his first title defense against Rene
Jacquot (23-9, 10 KOs) in a 12-round bout, telecast live from Grenoble, France. Curry won the
crown from GianFranco Rossi last July with a 10th round knockout.

11 Discover: The World of Science

16 Trapper John M.D.

21 Entertainment This Week

22 State of the State Address

Gov. James Blanchard delivers his annual address in Lansing, Mich., taped Feb. 7th.

32 Movie

"The Courtship of Eddie's Father." [1963] A widower [Glenn Ford] tries to care for his son [Ronny
Howard], with Shirley Jones as a capable neighbor. Stella Stevens [excellent].

34 Motorweek '89

39 Computer Chronicles

46 Great American Outdoors

2:30
22 Movie

"The Migrants." [1974] Grim portrait of modern-day farm workers coping with poverty and
police intimidation. Cloris Leachman.

34 39 Hometime

46 Winning at Losing Weight-Commercial

3PM

4 Women's Basketball

Time approximate. Michigan Wolverines at Indiana Hoosiers, taped yesterday.

5 College Basketball

The Kansas Jayhawks at the Missouri Tigers. The Jayhawks, last year's NCAA champions, are led
by high-scoring forwards Mark Randall and Milt Newton. Missouri's ofense gets points outside
from guard Byron Irvin and inside from center Doug Smith.

7 21 28 Bowling

The final round of the Florida Open, telecast live from Merritt Island, Fla.

9 16 College Basketball

USC at Notre Dame. USC leads the all-time series 2-1.

11 Nova

33 College Basketball

The Florida Gators at the Kentucky Wildcats. In a January meeting this season, the Wildcats blew
away Florida, shooting 61 percent from the field in a 69-52 victory. Derrick Miller had 30 points
for Kentucky.

34 This Old House

39 Lilias!

46 MOVIE BW

"The Front Page." [1931] Adolphe Menjou and Pat O'Brien score in this fast-paced newspaper
melodrama.

55 Animated Classics
3:30

34 New Yankee Workshop

39 Bodywatch

4PM

2 15 22 College Basketball

The Georgetown Hoyas at the Pitt Panthers. The Hoyas had little trouble with Pittsburgh in a
meeting earlier this year, handing them a 76-57 defeat. Georgetown forward John Turner hit
eight of nine shots from the field and pulled down 11 rebounds.

11 Pizza Gourmet

32 Movie

"Bachelor Flat." [1962] A mild-mannered archaeology professor [Terry-Thomas] is pursued by


amorous female students. Richard Beymer.

34 Nature

39 Nova

From 1986: "Skydive to the Rain Forest," surveys a Venezuelan "sandstone monolith" examined
by an international team.

55 Learning the Ropes

Robert's kindness toward a lady wrestler causes her to fall in love with him; Carol [Cheryl Wilson]
ofers to be Mr. Mallory's escort.

4:30

7 21 28 Wide World of Sports

Figure skating and skiing are in the spotlight. The skating is the women's final of the U.S.
Championships, telecast live from Baltimore. Top contenders include Jill Trenary and Kristi
Yamaguchi. The skiing event is the women's super-giant slalom at the World Alpine
Championships, taped today in Vail, Colorado. Entrants include Vreni Schneider of Switzerland
and Tamara McKinney of the U.S.
11 Rod and Reel

Chinook salmon fishing on Lake Ontario.

55 T and T

The hunter becomes the hunted after Turner [Mr. T] escapes an assassin's bullet.

5PM

4 Hawaii Five-O

5 16 33 Golf

Third-round play in the Hawaiian Open.

9 T and T

See WFFT 4:30PM.

11 Yan Can Cook

34 Wild America

39 Nature

46 Lone Ranger BW

55 Faerie Tale Theatre

"Hansel and Gretel." Joan Collins has a dual role as the stepmother and the witch in this tale of
two abandoned youngsters who happen upon a cottage made of gingerbread.

5:30

9 Good Times

11 Floyd on Fish

34 Bodywatch

46 National Geographic

6PM
2 22 Newsmakers

4 A-Team

7 28 ABC News-Carole Simpson

9 Charles in Charge

Obliged to honor a previous commitment, Charles asks Walter to entertain the absent Professor
Bunt's visiting sister Dodo.

11 This Old House

15 21 News

32 Happy Days

34 Austin City Limits

K.T. Oslin and Rodney Crowell perform.

39 Degrassi Junior High

Melanie's determination to go on a date with Snake leads her to commit a desperate act at
home.

46 Forever Lean-Commercial

55 Little House on the Prairie

A hired hand [Gil Gerard] shows interest in Caroline [Karen Grassle].

6:30

2 15 CBS News-Bob Schiefer

5 16 33 NBC News-Connie Chung

7 22 News

9 Starting From Scratch (short-lived sitcom)

11 Frugal Gourmet

Biscuits and raisin scones are prepared.

21 ABC News-Carole Simpson


28 Siskel and Ebert

Scheduled: "Cousins" [Ted Danson, Isabella Rossellini]; "Tap."

32 Dif'rent Strokes

39 Sneak Previews

Scheduled: The critics look at movies focusing on father-son relationships.

46 Health Show

7PM and later in a separate post to prevent 18,000 character limit.

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7PM

2 News

4 Mama's Family

5 It's Showtime at the Apollo

7 Janet Davies and Essence Award Winners

Interviews with three honorees: Olympic gold medalist Jackie Joyner-Kersee; astronaut Mae
Jemison; and Darwin Carlisle, who lost her legs to frostbite last year after being locked in her
house for a week.

9 She's the Sherif

11 Sneak Previews

See ch 39, 6:30pm.

15 22 Wheel of Fortune

16 Mama's Family

Mama [Vicki Lawrence Schultz] decides to set things right when only one other person attends
her Cousin Ludie's funeral.

21 Cheers

When Norm's new client [Anne Schedeen] seems to be coming on to him, the reluctant account
is goaded into action by the boys.

28 33 Star Trek: The Next Generation

An exchange program that allows Cdr. Riker [Jonathan Frakes] to become the first Federation
officer to serve on a Klingon vessel turns into a dangerous confrontation.

32 Gimme a Break!

Friendship is put to the test when Nell [Nell Carter] hires Addy [Telma Hopkins] as her assistant
reader.

34 Degrassi Jr. High

Melanie's determination to go on a date with Snake leads her to commit a desperate act at
home.

39 Lawrence Welk
A sampler of international songs includes "Around the World," "Espana Cani," "Wonderful
Copenhagen," "Gigi,", "Danny Boy."

46 Oral Roberts

55 War of the Worlds

When Harrison meets with an artist named Quinn [John Colicos] to arrange a purchase, Quinn
suddenly gives him a bracelet and admits to being a human-alien hybrid.

7:30

2 Siskel & Ebert

Scheduled: "Cousins" [Ted Danson, Isabella Rossellini]; "Tap" [Sammy Davis Jr., Gregory Hines];
"True Believer."

4 It's a Living

7 Hoopla in Houston

Jim Rose and Bulls coach Doug Collins report from the site of this year's NBA All-Star Game. They
review highlights of the day's events, including the slam-dunk contest, the legends game and the
three-point shootout.

9 Benson

With the Governor away, Benson vetoes a bill his boss agreed to sign. Robert Guillaume.

11 McLaughlin Group

15 Life's Most Embarrassing Moments

Guest: Gary Collins and Mary Ann Mobley. Included: clips of Bert Parks.

16 It's a Living

Amy anguishes over what she should do with her Valentine's Day present from Bobby Lee [Jay
Baker]-the key to his hotel room.

21 Family Ties

The family's cousin June [Danielle Von Zerneck] stops by to tell them about her trip to Europe-
but instead reminisces about past visits with the Keatons.

22 Jeopardy!
32 Gimme a Break!

An old friend informs Nell and Mama [Rosetta LeNoire] that Nell's father's old church is being
torn down to make room for condos.

34 Long Ago and Far Away

"Abel's Island," an animated tale about a crusty mouse [voice of Tim Curry] who finds himself
stranded alone on an island after a severe storm.

46 James Robison

8PM

2 15 22 Dolphin Cove

Slim and Delbert seem to be suspicious of a visiting reporter [Karen Austin], who plants suspicion
in Larson [Frank Converse] about Trent's interests, and whose desire to do a story about Larson's
research may be just a story.

4 Movie

"The Sand Pebbles." [1966] Epic yarn about a U.S. gunboat's eforts to remain neutral amid
China's 1926 political upheaval. Steve McQueen, Richard Crenna, Mako. (Plays to 11:30PM)

5 16 33 227

With Sandra [Jackee] tagging along, Mary [Marla Gibbs] volunteers to take Alexandria's scouting
group on a nature hike, but they're really up the creek when they get lost in the same woods as
an escaped killer. Vickilyn Reynolds.

9 Hogan's Heroes

Vito Scotti plays Hogan's latest spy-a traitorous Italian officer.

11 Movie

"Julia." [1977] Oscar-winning adaption of Lillian Hellman's memoir about a perilous mission in
World War II Europe. Jane Fonda.

21 28 Mission: Impossible

Phelps and Grant [Peter Graves, Phil Morris] pose as drug dealers to meet with a Greek supplier
who uses his yacht to pirate medicines destined for third world relief.

32 55 The Reporters
"The Comeback Kid" profiles a 12-year-old California youth who, in 1983, sufered third-degree
burns over 90 percent of his body when his father set him on fire in a motel room near
Disneyland. Now living with his mother and stepfather, David has undergone more than 100
operations, and has dozens more to go. His story was dramatized in the 1988 TV-movie "David."

34 Wonderworks

A three-part British dramatization chronicles the life of "Young Charlie Chaplin," beginning with
his impoverished youth in turn-of-the-century London. In part 1, Charlie [Joe Geary], his mother
[Twiggy] and his half brother Sydney [Lee Whitlock] struggle to make ends meet after they're
abandoned by Charlie's father [Ian McShane], an irresponsible music-hall entertainer.

39 Austin City Limits

K.T. Oslin and Rodney Crowell perform.

46 Rejoice in the Lord

8:30

5 16 33 Amen

Both the Deacon and Thelma [Sherman Hemsley and Anna Maria Horsford] hunger for advice
from a client [Lonette McKee] of the Deacon's who discovers she possesses psychic powers after
getting hit on the head. Part 1 of two.

9 College Basketball

Miami at DePaul. The Blue Demons beat Miami 101-82 last season.

9PM

2 15 22 Smothers Brothers

Appearing: singers Kenny Rogers and Maureen McGovern; sportscaster Chick Hearn; magicians
Ed Alonzo and Fielding West; comic guitarist Michael Davis; bubble maker Tom Noddy; comic
Andy Andrews; storyteller Geofrey Lewis and Celestial Navigations; Canadian Brass classical
musicians; several yo-yo masters; and the Barry Lather dancers. Jack Elliot conducts the
orchestra.

5 16 33 Golden Girls

A dateless Feb. 14 triggers memories of Valentine's Days past, beginning with Sophia's in 1929
Chicago (it was a killer!). Julio Iglesias has a cameo.
7 21 28 Man Called Hawk

A deaf Gallaudet University student [William Byrd] witnesses a murder and Hawk [Avery Brooks]
is hired to protect him, along with his roommate, who's having a hard time adjusting to
worsening hearing-impairment.

32 55 Beyond Tomorrow

Scheduled: Track star Carl Lewis discusses the limits of human endurance. Also: preventing the
abuse of anabolic steroids; creating diesel oil from sewage sludge; measuring blood alcohol
levels via eye vapors; an inflatable flying dinghy; keeping produce fresh; a computer-operated car
transmission; innovations in photography; tiny radios. Jean Hill, Gary Cubberley.

34 Movie BW

"The Treasure of the Sierra Madre." [1948] Humphrey Bogart and Tim Holt star in this powerful
version of B. Traven's novel about greed. Screenwriter-director John Huston won two Oscars;
Walter Huston [his father] won for his performance as an old prospector.

39 Sandbaggers

46 In Touch

9:30

5 16 33 Empty Nest

A full moon means amore and shines down on Barbara [Kristy McNichol] as she captures a
familiar suspect [Greg Kean Williams]; Harry [Richard Mulligan] as he argues with a young doctor
[Katherine Cannon]; and Carol [Dinah Madof] after she loses Dreyfuss and finds a man.

10PM

2 15 22 West 57th

Scheduled: A segment on former New Jersey senator David Friedland, who was sentenced in
December to 15 years in Federal prison for fraud. Friedland had tried to avoid prosecution by
staging a scuba-diving accident in the Bahamas in September 1985, but was captured in
December 1987 in the Maldives. Also: director Henry Jaglom.

4 Movie Continues

5 16 33 Hunter
The community is divided on how to deal with Jack Small [James B. Sikking] as are Devane and
Morehead [Charles Hallahan, Robert Vaughn]; Youngblood meets big money from the East Coast,
and uses his leverage to learn McCall's identity; information about Iris's past may give Hunter
[Fred Dryer] the key to her future and his. Part 2 of 3.

7 21 28 Murphy's Law

Murphy and Kimi [George Segal, Maggie Han] scheme to get Wes [Josh Mostel] back to the job
he chucked because of the obnoxious new acting vice-president.

11 Great Performances

The conclusion of "Melba" finds Nellie [Linda Cropper] trying to bring grand opera to her native
Australia.

32 NBA Players Association Awards

The eighth annual event honoring pro basketball's best, taped in September at Chicago.

39 Doctor Who

"Dragonfire." The Doctor and Mel [Sylvester McCoy, Bonnie Langford] unwittingly help an exiled
criminal retrieve a treasure that will expedite his return to his planet.

46 Ernest Angley

55 Freddy's Nightmares

Two high-school students see their dreams dashed when they succumb to the pressure to
conform.

10:30

9 News

11PM

2 5 7 16 22 33 News

9 Tales from the Darkside

An alien assigned to study humans joins an encounter group and finds himself falling for one of
the members.

15 21 News (35min)
28 Twilight Zone

A pilot [John Beck] is sent by the government to discover what lies beyond "The Wall," an
entrance to a world where others entered and never returned. Once inside he knows why.

34 Untouchables BW

Comic Johnny Pacheck [Cameron Mitchell] isn't laughing. He's trying desperately to sever his ties
with a night club that is owned by the mob.

46 Jack Van Impe

55 War of the Worlds

A woman [Cynthia Belliveau] has a very close encounter with the aliens as they study the human
immune system with live specimans.

11:30

2 Hart to Hart

After buying an antique car that turns out to be a phony, Jonathan and Jennifer are approached
by two buyers who couldn't care less about its authenticity.

4 Monsters

5 16 33 Saturday Night Live

Ted Danson [host] and singer Luther Vandross are the guests. Regulars: Dennis Miller, Dana
Carvey, Jon Lovitz, Victoria Jackson, Phil Hartman, Nora Dunn, Jan Hooks.

7 ABC News-Brit Hume

9 Movie

"The Command." [1954] Cavalry vs. Indians yarn about a wagon train plagued by smallpox. Guy
Madison.

11 The Kiss

Actor George Segal narrates this lively look at the history of the kiss in life and on film. Included:
the 1896 film "The Kiss."

22 WWF Wrestling

28 Movie
"Cagney & Lacey." [1981] Loretta Swit and Tyne Daly are police detectives investigating a murder
in this pilot for the series.

46 God's News Behind the News

11:35

15 WWF Wrestling

21 Barney Miller

The graveyard shift is plagued by bomb threats and by Harris, who tapes conversations to use in
his book.

11:45

7 Movie

"Dillinger." [1973] Graphic account of the notorious Depression-era bank robber John Dillinger
[Warren Oates] and his brief career.

Midnight

4 Movie

"Silent Running." [1972] Futuristic drama about a botanist-astronaut [Bruce Dern] trying to save
three floating greenhouses from destruction.

32 Comic Strip Live

46 Heritage Today

55 Monsters

12:05

21 Movie

"Gallipoli." [1981] Peter Weir's acclaimed character study of two Aussies [Mark Lee, Mel Gibson]
and the paths that lead them to the disastrous WWI battle. Bill Hunter.
12:20

11 Movie

"There's a Girl in My Soup." [1970] Peter Sellers plays a lecherous TV star whose style is cramped
by a giddy American teenager [Goldie Hawn] on the loose in London.

12:30

2 Barnaby Jones

22 Movie

"Baffled!" [1972] ESP spells suspense in this TV-movie about a race driver confused by visions of
people in trouble. Leonard Nimoy.

55 Twilight Zone

12:35

15 Friday the 13th

1AM

5 Freddy's Nightmares

16 At The Movies

Scheduled for reviews: "Her Alibi" [Tom Selleck]; and "Physical Evidence."

32 Comedy Classics BW

33 Movie

"The Evil That Men Do." [1984] Standard Charles Bronson movie-he's a hit man contracted to
eliminate a professional torturer in Guatemala.

46 Nite-Line

55 Glow Women's Wrestling


1:30

2 Newsmakers

9 At the Movies

See WNDU, 1AM.

16 News

28 ABC News-Brit Hume

1:45

28 Mind Power-Commercial

1:50

11 Movie BW

"American Empire." [1942] Two partners in a cattle empire [Richard Dix, Preston Foster] come to
a parting when one becomes obsessed with power. Leo Carrillo.

1:55

7 Movie

"Melvin Purvis, G-Man." [1974] TV-movie with Dale Robertson as a Midwest FBI chief who tracks
down Machine Gun Kelly [Harris Yulin] in 1933.

2AM

2 Common Ground

4 Movie

"The Outside Man." [1972] Location shooting highlights this melodrama about a Frenchman
[Jean-Louis Trintignant] sent to kill a Los Angeles mobster. Ann-Margret.

5 D.C. Follies

9 Monsters
32 Movie

"The Hills Have Eyes II." [1986] Wes Craven's follow-up shocker about cannibalistic slaughterers
and their teen-age prey. Michael Berryman.

46 Dwight Thompson

55 Movie

"Who?" [1974] Offbeat melodrama centering on the identity of a mysterious metal man, who
becomes the object of an FBI investigation. Elliott Gould.

2:05

21 ABC News

2:30

5 Warner

9 How To Buy Cars Wholesale-Commercial

3AM

2 Gong Show

5 USA Today (Weekend)

9 INN News-Marvin Scott

46 Kenneth Copeland

3:30

2 Movie

"The Gun and the Nun." [1971] TV-movie derived from the "Alias Smith and Jones" series,
drawing Curry [Ben Murphy] and Heyes [Peter Duel] into a wild scramble over a hot $30,000.

9 Runaway with the Rich and Famous


3:35

7 Reflections

4AM

4 Tales from the Darkside

5 Movie

"Mister Scarface." [1977] Two youths execute a plan for revenge against a ruthless gang lord
[Jack Palance].

9 Movie

"Screamers." [1981] On a Caribbean island with mutant fishmen. Barbara Bach.

32 Financial Freedom-Commercial

46 Lester Sumrall

55 Vega$

4:30

4 Soul Train

46 John Ankerberg

-crainbebo

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FM, AM and SW DXer of Yakima, WA! God Bless America!

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Re: Retro: Northern Indiana, Saturday, Feb. 11th, 1989

Quote Originally Posted by crainbebo

6AM

46 Joy Junction

One of the puppeteers on that show was recently arrested and sentenced to 20 years in prison
for his involvement in a bizarre kiddie porn ring. I'll just say Google "Joy Junction" and "Ronald
William Brown" and leave it at that.

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Re: Retro: Northern Indiana, Saturday, Feb. 11th, 1989

7:30

5 Hickory Hideout (local?)

Actually, it was carried on several NBC owned-and-operated stations across the country at the
time; not sure where it originated; I want to say KYW/Philadelphia, but I'm not sure.
Retro: Detroit/Toledo/Lansing Mon, Aug 13, 1956

from TV Guide-Detroit edition

WJBK 2-CBS Detroit

6:50 Meditations

6:55 On the Farm Front

7:00 Captain Kangaroo

8:00 Cartoon Classroom

8:45 News/Weather

9:00 Of All Things (from Chicago, site of the Democratic National Convention; the Republicans
would hold theirs in San Francisco the following week)

9:30 Arthur Godfrey Time

10:30 Strike It Rich

11:00 Valiant Lady

11:15 Love of Life

11:30 Search for Tomorrow

11:45 Guiding Light

noon Democratic National Convention (opening session)

2:00 Big Payof

2:30 Bob Crosby

3:00 Brighter Day

3:15 Secret Storm

3:30 Edge of Night

4:00 4 O'Clock Theatre "Gift of the Devil"

4:30 As the World Turns


5:00 Early Show "Call of the Klondike"

6:00 Art Linkletter & the Kids

6:15 News (Jac LeGof)

6:25 Weather (Phelps)

6:30 Robin Hood "The Sherif's Boots"

7:00 Burns & Allen

7:30 Arthur Godfrey's Talent Scouts (the last before his vacation; starting next week, Bob Crosby
will guest host from Hollywood until Arthur returns on September 17)

8:00 Charlie Farrell

8:30 Democratic National Convention (Keynote Address by Tennessee Gov. Frank Clement, other
bigwigs also speaking: Mrs. Franklin Delano Roosevelt, and Sen. JFK (who shows a film on the
history of the party))

10:30 San Francisco Beat "Mike Fielding Case"

11:00 News

11:15 Weather (Wright)

11:20 Les Paul & Mary Ford

11:25 Nightwatch Theater "The Creeper"

12:50 Weather/Meditations

WWJ 4-NBC Detroit

6:50 Today's Farm Report

7:00 Today (from Chicago; Today in Detroit (Kirk Knight) at :25 and :55)

9:00 Romper Room

9:55 Professor Pet

10:00 Home (from Chicago)

11:00 Tic Tac Dough

11:30 It Could Be You


noon Democratic National Convention

2:00 Matinee Theater "Fiddlin' Man"

3:00 Queen for a Day (guest host Ben Alexander)

3:45 Modern Romances

4:00 It's Always Jan "Pat's Romance" (return)

4:30 Cactus Dan

5:30 Western Marshal

6:00 News/Sports

6:15 Weather (Eliot)

6:20 Dolores

6:30 Gordon MacRae

6:45 Camel News Caravan (from Chicago)

7:00 Ernie Kovacs (guests Yma Sumac and Boris Karlof)

8:00 Medic "When I Was Young"

8:30 Democratic National Convention

mid. News

12:15 Little Show "A Cowboy's Lament"

12:30 Dark Encounter "The Living Idol"

1:00 News

WJIM 6-NBC/CBS/ABC Lansing

7:00 Today

9:00 Of All Things

9:30 Ding Dong School

10:00 Home
11:00 Copper Kettle

11:30 Search for Tomorrow

11:45 Guiding Light

noon Democratic National Convention (NBC)

2:00 Matinee Theater "Fiddlin' Man"

3:00 Queen for a Day

3:45 Modern Romances

4:00 Brighter Day

4:15 Movie: TBA (Western)

5:00 Mickey Mouse Club

6:00 Father Knows Best "Spirit of Youth"

6:30 Gordon MacRae

6:45 Camel News Caravan

7:00 Frontier

7:30 Voice of Firestone (guest Brian Sullivan)

8:00 Medic "When I Was Young"

8:30 Democratic National Convention (NBC)

WXYZ 7-ABC Detroit

7:30 Northern Michigan

8:00 Little Rascals

8:30 Wixie Wonderland

9:00 Robin & Ricky

9:30 Cartoon Comics

10:00 Movie "All-American Coed"


11:00 Story Studio

11:30 Irwins

noon Democratic National Convention

3:00 Afternoon Film Festival "Here Come the Huggetts"

4:00 My Little Margie

4:30 Cowboy G-Men "Empty Mailbags"

5:00 Mickey Mouse Club

6:00 Top Secret

6:15 ABC News (from Chicago)

6:30 Bold Journey "Tuna Pilot"

7:00 Dotty Mack

7:30 Voice of Firestone

8:00 Jumbo Theater "Brief Afair"

8:30 Democratic National Convention

11:00 Soupy's On

11:15 The Crash "Blackmailed"

CKLW 9-CBC/DuMont Windsor

12:25pm Billboard

12:30 Cartoons

12:45 Myrtle Labbitt

1:00 News (Austin Grant)

1:05 Shoppers Show "Dr. Christian Meets the Woman"/"They Came by Night"

3:30 Howdy Doody

4:00 Justice Colt "Colorado"


6:00 Count of Monte Cristo "Portuguese Afair"

6:30 Million Dollar Movie "Adventure in Washington"

8:00 China Smith "Devil in the Godowon"

8:30 Who's the Guest

9:00 St. Nick's Boxing: Willie Troy (DC/33-5-1, 23 KO) v Jerry Luedee (New Haven CT/20-3, 11 KO)
in 10-round middleweight action

9:45 Sports Reel

10:00 News/Weather

10:15 Baseball Hall of Fame (Brooklyn's Joe Black)

10:30 Times Square Playhouse "Leopards in Lightning"

11:00 Good Neighbor Theater "Foreman Went to France"

WSPD 13-NBC/CBS/ABC Toledo

8:00 Captain Kangaroo

9:00 Of All Things

9:30 Arthur Godfrey Time

10:00 Valiant Lady

10:15 Love of Life

10:30 Strike It Rich

11:00 Home Cooking

11:30 Search for Tomorrow

11:45 Guiding Light

noon Democratic National Convention (CBS)

2:00 Hospitality House

3:00 Brighter Day

3:15 Secret Storm


3:30 Edge of Night

4:00 Linkletter's House Party

4:15 As the World Turns

4:45 Fun Farm

5:15 Cartoon Corral

5:30 Voice of Labor

5:45 News

6:15 Lloyd Thaxton

6:30 Robin Hood "The Sherif's Boots"

7:00 Burns & Allen

7:30 Arthur Godfrey's Talent Scouts

8:00 Ted Mack's Amateur Hour

8:30 Democratic National Convention (CBS)

10:30 Evening Varieties

11:00 News

11:10 Les Paul & Mary Ford

11:15 Featurette

11:30 Navy Log

mid. Midnight Mirror

12:30 News

WTVS 56-Edu Detroit

7pm Notes on Music

7:30 America in the Making

8:00 Hints for the Home


8:30 World of Stamps

9:00 Today's Student

9:30 American History "How There Happened to Be American History"

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Re: Retro: Detroit/Toledo/Lansing Mon, Aug 13, 1956

Just noticing "Soupy's On" at 11:00 P.M. on WXYZ, Channel 7. That would be Soupy Sales.

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Re: Retro: Detroit/Toledo/Lansing Mon, Aug 13, 1956

I also noted Lloyd Thaxton's show in Toledo. He was

obviously on television a long time; he had a local show

in Los Angeles before going into syndication in 1964.


Just how long did his broadcasting career last?

I also assume that Michigan stayed on Eastern Standard

Time in the summer. Those schedules are reminiscent of

what stations in North Carolina and points south were doing

at the time, following a Central time schedule in the summer

months. (I know that the networks didn't put the entire Eastern

time zone on a 7:30-11 PM primetime and a daytime schedule

starting at 10 AM on CBS and NBC, 3 PM on ABC, until 1958.)

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Re: Retro: Detroit/Toledo/Lansing Mon, Aug 13, 1956

It was the first day of the Democratic Convention, and also the day that a new anchor team
made their debut for NBC: Chet Huntley and David Brinkley.

Although many have said that Huntley and Brinkley immediately overtook CBS and won the
ratings race at the 1956 conventions, that's actually not true. CBS drew the most viewers of any
network at the '56 conventions, but their margin over NBC was far less than it was in 1952, and
supposedly, NBC's ratings for the GOP Convention were higher than they were for the
Democrats, since word-of-mouth caused many viewers to try Chet and David.
Does anyone in the Detroit area have a list of programs on ABC, CBS, and NBC that were
displaced due to the conventions??

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Re: Retro: Detroit/Toledo/Lansing Mon, Aug 13, 1956

Quote Originally Posted by Joseph_Gallant

It was the first day of the Democratic Convention, and also the day that a new anchor team
made their debut for NBC: Chet Huntley and David Brinkley.

I believe Huntley and Brinkley were joined by NBC newsman Bill Henry for both of the 1956
conventions that summer.

Retro: This Week in TV Guide, August 6, 1966 - MN State Edition

Pernell Roberts is in a funk, Luci Baines Johnson is in love, and Muhammad Ali is in London,
fighting London. Plus, Sullivan vs. the Palace, a look at Roger Moore as 007 years before the fact,
a bunch of fun facts, and more!

http://www.itsabouttv.com/2013/08/th...st-6-1966.html

As always your comments, positive as well as negative, are welcome.

This week's listings, from A to Z - or at least from 2 to 13.


Monday, August 8, 1966

KTCA, Channel 2 (Educ.)

Evening

06:00p Film Feature

06:30p Now See This

07:30p General Science

08:00p Profile

08:30p Cineposium

09:00p Summer Theater

09:30p Techniques of Learning

10:00p Mental Health

10:30p Girls in Conflict

KDAL, Channel 3 (Duluth) (CBS)

Morning

07:50a Farm and Home

08:00a Captain Kangaroo

09:00a I Love Lucy

09:30a The McCoys

10:00a Andy Griffith

10:30a Bingo

11:00a Love of Life

11:25a CBS News

11:30a Search for Tomorrow


11:45a The Guiding Light

Afternoon

12:00p Town and Country

12:30p As the World Turns

01:00p Password (Peter Lawford, Phyllis Kirk)

01:30p House Party (color)

02:00p To Tell The Truth (Phyllis Newman, Kitty Carlisle, Tom Poston, Orson Bean)

02:25p CBS News (Douglas Edwards)

02:30p The Edge of Night

03:00p The Secret Storm

03:30p Route 66

04:30p Cartoons

05:00p Woody Woodpecker (color)

05:30p CBS News (Walter Cronkite)

Evening

06:00p News (local)

06:30p To Tell The Truth

07:00p Ive Got a Secret

07:30p Vacation Playhouse

08:00p Andy Griffith (color)

08:30p Hazel (co