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Retro: Arizona/New Mexico Mon, June 16, 1958 from TV This Week-Arizona/New Mexico edition (previously Phoenix-based TV Views,

which had been recently been purchased by TV This Week, based out of San Francisco) KTVK 3-ABC Phoenix 2pm American Bandstand 2:30 Do You Trust Your Wife? 3:00 American Bandstand 4:00 Arizona Bandstand 5:00 Superman 5:30 Mickey Mouse Club 6:00 Ramar of the Jungle 6:30 Count of Monte Cristo 7:00 Stars of Jazz 7:30 Report Card '58 (Quincy Howe and Don Goddard host this survey of pioneering public school programs) 8:30 Official Detective 9:00 Bold Journey (Californian William Baer traces Columbus' voyage in a 45' ketch) 9:30 Code Three 10:00 News (Ray Thompson/Jack Clifford) 10:10 Movie: TBA KVOA 4-NBC Tucson 12:30pm Industry on Parade 1:00 Matinee Theatre (c) 2:00 Queen for a Day 2:45 Modern Romances 3:00 Comedy Time 3:30 Coffee Break 4:00 Corliss Archer 4:30 Cartoon Carnival 5:55 News (Jim Maize) 6:00 Whirlybirds 6:30 Wells Fargo 7:00 Twenty One 7:30 Alcoa Theatre "Johnny Risk" 8:00 Suspicion "Women Turned to Salt" 9:00 Western Marshal 9:30 News (Jim Maize) 9:35 Big MGM Movie "Lost in a Harem" KOB 4-NBC Albuquerque 7:30 Cartoon Carnival 8:00 Dough Re Mi 8:30 Treasure Hunt 9:00 Price is Right 9:30 Truth or Consequences 10:00 Tic Tac Dough 10:30 It Could Be You 11:00 Star Performance 11:30 Trouble with Father noon My Little Margie 12:30 Kitty Foyle 1:00 Matinee Theatre (c) 2:00 Queen for a Day

2:45 Modern Romances 3:00 Comedy Time 3:30 Marge White 4:00 K Circle B Time 5:30 Price is Right (c) 6:00 Restless Gun "Gratitude" 6:30 Wells Fargo 7:00 Twenty One 7:30 Alcoa Theatre "Johnny Risk" 8:00 Suspicions "Woman Turned to Salt" 9:00 Science Fiction Theatre "The Human Circuit" 9:30 Code Three "The Benson Case" 10:00 News (Tom Doyle) 10:15 Sports (F. Joyce) 10:20 Weather (McCoy) 10:30 Late Show "Blindman's Bluff" KPHO 5-Ind Phoenix 12:55pm Rural Roundup 1:00 Cartoonland 1:30 Liberace 2:00 Afternoon Movietime "Whistling in Brooklyn" 4:00 It's Wallace? 5:30 Cisco Kid 6:00 News (S. Calhoun) 6:15 Sports (Art Brock) 6:25 Weather (T. Sherlock) 6:30 Science Fiction Theatre 7:00 Jeff's Collie (Lassie) "Mr. Peabody" 7:30 White Hunter "This Hungry Hell" 8:00 Casey Jones "The President's Special" 8:30 Harbor Command 9:00 City Detective "Drop a Coin" 9:30 Crusader 10:00 News (Art Brock) 10:10 Weather (ditto) 10:15 Sports (ditto) 10:20 Evening Movietime "Tale of Two Cities" KOAT 7-ABC Albuquerque 4:15pm Patti Page 4:30 Academy Matinee 5:00 Superman 5:30 Mickey Mouse Club 6:00 Kit Carson 6:30 Welk's Top Tunes (guests Chuck Nelson, Al Hirt, and Jo Ann Castle) 7:30 Mr. District Attorney 8:00 Wrestling (live) 9:00 Bold Journey 9:30 News (Bill Sexton) 9:35 Big MGM Movie "Balalaika" KGUN 9-ABC Tucson 4pm Ruggles 4:30 Marshal Kay Gunn 5:00 Superman

5:30 Mickey Mouse Club 6:00 Panorama 6:30 Navy Log 7:00 Famous Fights 7:30 Report Card '58 8:30 Political Program (no other details listed) 9:00 Charter Boat 9:30 News/Sports 9:45 Hollywood's Best "The Woman from Tangier" 11:15 News KOOL 10-CBS Phoenix 7:55 Farm & Ranch 8:00 Garry Moore 8:30 How Do You Rate? (M-Th only, Garry airs for an hour on Fri) 9:00 Arthur Godfrey 9:30 Dotto 10:00 Love of Life 10:30 Search for Tomorrow 10:45 Guiding Light 11:00 CBS News 11:05 Laurel & Hardy 11:30 As the World Turns noon Beat the Clock 12:30 House Party 1:00 Big Payoff 1:30 Verdict is Yours 2:00 Brighter Day 2:15 Secret Storm 2:30 Edge of Night 3:00 Bingo at Home (using the numbers in your phone number on your card) 3:30 Matinee "Cabin in the Cotton" 5:00 Arizona News (Jack Murphy) 5:05 Sports (Al McCoy) 5:10 Weather (Bob Davies) 5:15 CBS News 5:30 Beulah 6:00 Robin Hood 6:30 Arthur Godfrey's Talent Scouts 7:00 Danny Thomas 7:30 December Bride 8:00 Studio One "Left Hand Welcome" 9:00 Honeymooners 9:30 Burns & Allen 10:00 Final Edition (Jack Ware) 10:15 Weather (Bob Davies) 10:20 Sports (J. Beveridge) 10:30 Movie "Men in Her Diary" KVAR 12-NBC Phoenix 7:50 RFD 12 7:55 Morning News 8:00 Dough Re Mi 8:30 Treasure Hunt 9:00 Price is Right 9:30 Truth or Consequences

10:00 Tic Tac Dough 10:30 It Could Be You 11:00 Romper Room noon Porky Pig 12:30 Kitty Foyle 1:00 Matinee Theatre (c) 2:00 Queen for a Day 2:45 Modern Romances 3:00 Comedy Time 3:30 Easy Does It 4:30 Hopalong Cassidy 5:00 Take a Break 5:15 NBC News 5:30 Price is Right (c) 6:00 Corliss Archer 6:30 Wells Fargo 7:00 Twenty One 7:30 Alcoa Theatre "Johnny Risk" 8:00 Suspicion "Woman Turned to Salt" 9:00 Restless Gun "The Peddler" 9:30 State Trooper 10:00 Academy Theatre "The Boy with Green Hair" KOLD 13-CBS Tucson 8:00 Garry Moore 8:30 How Do You Rate? 9:00 Arthur Godfrey 9:30 Dotto 10:00 Love of Life 10:30 Search for Tomorrow 10:45 Film 11:00 CBS News 11:05 Trouble with Father 11:30 As the World Turns noon Beat the Clock 12:30 House Party 1:00 Big Payoff 1:30 Verdict is Yours 2:00 Brighter Day 2:15 Secret Storm 2:30 Edge of Night 3:00 Visiting with Virginia 4:15 TV Exchange 4:30 Enchanted Castle 5:00 Contesting 5:30 Flowerland 5:45 Pet-o-Rama 6:00 News (Chris Cole) 6:10 Weather (P. Plunkett) 6:20 Sports (Perlin) 6:30 Arthur Godfrey's Talent Scouts 7:00 Danny Thomas 7:30 December Bride 8:00 Studio One "Left Hand Welcome" 9:00 Sheriff of Cochise "Little Man with a Big Gun" 9:30 Harbor Command

10:00 Millionaire 10:30 Weather 10:40 News (Chris Cole) 10:50 Tumbleweed Theatre KGGM 13-CBS Albuquerque 7:45 CBS News 8:00 Garry Moore 8:30 How Do You Rate? 9:00 Arthur Godfrey 9:30 Dotto 10:00 Love of Life 10:30 Search for Tomorrow 10:45 Guiding Light 11:00 Romper Room School 11:30 As the World Turns noon Beat the Clock 12:30 House Party 1:00 Big Payoff 1:30 Verdict is Yours 2:00 Brighter Day 2:15 Secret Storm 2:30 Edge of Night 3:00 Movie Matinee "Tomorrow is Too Late" 4:45 Popeye Theatre 5:15 CBS News 5:30 Mighty Mouse 6:00 News (Ben Caine) 6:10 Sports (Gene Osborn) 6:20 Weather (Laramore) 6:25 New Mexico News (C. North) 6:30 Arthur Godfrey's Talent Scouts 7:00 Danny Thomas 7:30 December Bride 8:00 Studio One "Left Hand Welcome" 9:00 Burns & Allen 9:30 Trackdown 10:00 Bacas Showcase Theatre 10:30 The Hunter 11:00 My Hero Retro: North Carolina Monday June 14, 1971 From TV Guide, North Carolina Edition: WFMY Ch. 2 Greensboro (CBS) 6 AM Summer Semester: "Human Environment" 6:30 Good Morning Show 7:55 Morning Devotions 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Old Rebel Show 9:30 What's Cooking Today? 10 AM The Lucy Show 10:30 Beverly Hillbillies

11 AM Family Affair (guest: Eddie Hodges) 11:30 Love Of Life 12 N Where The Heart Is 12:25 Local News 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM Hazel 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 Gomer Pyle, USMC 4:30 Flintstones 5 PM Perry Mason 6 PM News, Sports, Weather 6:30 CBS News (Walter Cronkite) 7 PM Buck Owens (guests: Susan Raye, the Hagers, Buddy Alan) 7:30 Gunsmoke 8:30 Here's Lucy 9 PM Mayberry R.F.D. 9:30 Doris Day 10 PM Suspense Playhouse (a then-unknown Dustin Hoffman and Sally Kellerman in a 1967 pilot, "Higher And Higher, Attorneys At Law") 11 PM News 11:10 Environmental Report 11:15 Sports 11:30 Merv Griffin WUND Ch. 2 Columbia/Edenton, NC; WUNC/4 Chapel Hill; WUNG/58 Concord, NC (PBS) 10 AM Sesame Street 11 AM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 11:30 What's New 12 N The Way It Is (tips on buying food, getting the best bargains, and what stores to avoid) 12:30 News 1 PM off the air until 4:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 5 PM Sesame Street 6 PM What's New 6:30 Insight (religious program) 7 PM News 7:30 North Carolina News Conference 8 PM World Press Review 8:30 Realities ("And The Meek Shall Inherit The Earth" examines the Menominee Indians' struggle for survival.) 10 PM Thirty Minutes With... (Ted Kennedy is interviewed by Elizabeth Drew) 10:30 16mm (films of an all-day sensitivity session) sign off 11 PM WBTV Ch. 3 Charlotte (CBS) 6:30 Almanac

6:40 For The Kids 6:55 News 7 AM CBS News (John Hart) 7:30 Morning Report 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Virginia Graham (Steve Forrest, Barbara Nichols, humorist Max Shulman, lie-detector expert Chris Gugas) 10 AM The Lucy Show 10:30 Beverly Hillbillies 11 AM Family Affair 11:30 Love Of Life 12 N Noon Report (Ty Boyd) 12:25 Pat Lee 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM Betty Feezor 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: "Toy Tiger" 5:30 News (Doug Mayes) 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Movie: "The Big Gamble" 9 PM Mayberry R.F.D. 9:30 Doris Day 10 PM Suspense Playhouse 11 PM News, Sports, Weather 11:30 Merv Griffin WWAY Ch. 3 Wilmington, NC (ABC/NBC) 7 AM Paul Harvey 7:05 Cartoons 8:25 Paul Harvey 8:30 Movie: "Saskatchewan" 10:15 Studio III 10:30 Galloping Gourmet 11 AM Movie Game (Jimmy Stewart, Janet Blair, James Coburn, John Forsythe, Hurd Hatfield, Sally Kellerman) 11:30 That Girl 12 N Bewitched 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 (guests: Martha Reeves and the Vandellas) 3 PM General Hospital 3:30 One Life To Live 4 PM Password (Bill Bixby, Meredith MacRae) 4:30 Flintstones 5 PM Real McCoys 5:30 News, Sports, Weather 6 PM ABC News (Howard K. Smith/Harry Reasoner) 6:30 I Love Lucy 7 PM Truth Or Consequences

7:30 Let's Make A Deal 8 PM Newlywed Game 8:30 It Was A Very Good Year (host Mel Torme looks back at 1956: revolt in Hungary, President Eisenhower's health, "Around The World In 80 Days," the sinking of the Andrea Doria) 9 PM ABC Movie: "Marilyn" (documentary about the career of Marilyn Monroe) 11 PM News, Sports, Weather 11:30 Dick Cavett (a guest host--unannounced when this issue went to press-fills in for Dick) WRAL Ch. 5 Raleigh (ABC) 6 AM Daybreak 6:55 Viewpoint (Jesse Helms) 7 AM CBS News (pre-empted on Ch. 11) 7:30 Jonny Quest (delay from Sun 10 AM) 8 AM Time For Uncle Paul 8:30 Bette Elliott 9 AM Mike Douglas (co-hostess Vikki Carr; Tony Bennett, Charlie Manna, the president of the American Girl Scouts) 10:20 Fashions In Sewing 10:30 Good Morning Charlie (future WRAL anchor Charlie Gaddy) 11 AM Bewitched (day-behind from 12 N) 11:30 That Girl 12 N News, Sports, Weather 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 To Tell The Truth (Orson Bean, Kitty Carlisle, Peggy Cass, Bill Cullen) 4 PM Password 4:30 Twilight Zone 5 PM Flintstones 5:30 I Love Lucy 6 PM News, Weather, Sports 6:20 ABC News 6:50 Viewpoint (it was ABC and not NBC that WRAL carried early so that Smith and Reasoner's commentaries could be taken out; NBC's newscast didn't have its first feed until 6:30) 7 PM Flying Nun 7:30 Let's Make A Deal 8 PM Newlywed Game 8:30 It Was A Very Good Year 9 PM ABC Movie: "Marilyn" 11 PM News, Sports, Weather 11:20 Movie: "Don't Knock The Twist" (from '62, features Chubby Checker, Gene Chandler, Vic Dana, and Linda Scott) WECT Ch. 6 Wilmington, NC (NBC/CBS) 6:30 Carolina In The Morning 7 AM Today (Brig. Gen. S.L.A. Marshall (Ret.) discusses Army recruiting; Mrs. Lena K. Lee discusses the three-year marriage contract bill she introduced

in Maryland; Ritchie Ward discusses his book "The Living Clocks," about the "biological clock.") 9 AM Mike Douglas (co-host Sam Levenson; Minnie Pearl, Charo, the Sadot Folk Dancers, Ann Armstrong, co-chair of the Republican National Committee) 10 AM Dinah's Place (writer Irving Stone and his wife Jean discuss Vienna; Dinah prepares a coffee cake) 10:30 Concentration 11 AM Sale Of The Century 11:30 Hollywood Squares (Kaye Ballard, Gail Fisher, Harvey Korman, Rose Marie, Debbie Reynolds, Vincent Price, Wally Cox, Charley Weaver, Paul Lynde) 12 N Jeopardy! 12:30 Jim Burns 12:55 NBC News (Floyd Kalber) 1 PM Jim Burns continues 1:20 Fashions In Sewing 1:30 As The World Turns 2 PM Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 3:30 Edge Of Night 4 PM Somerset 4:30 Timmy And Lassie 5 PM Major Adams ("Wagon Train" reruns) 6 PM News, Weather, Sports 6:30 NBC News (anchor not given; this may have still been in the Brinkley/Chancellor/McGee triumvirate) 7 PM Have Gun, Will Travel 7:30 From A Bird's Eye View 8 PM NBC Comedy Theater (Cliff Robertson and Angie Dickinson in "And Baby Makes Five") 9 PM NBC Movie: "San Francisco International Airport" (pilot for a six-episode series that was part of NBC's "Four In One" in the 1970-71 season, where "McCloud" and "Night Gallery" began) 11 PM News, Sports, Weather 11:30 Tonight Show (Joey Bishop subs for Johnny for the next two weeks.) WITN Ch. 7 Washington, NC (NBC) 6 AM Aspect (farm show) 6:30 Real McCoys 7 AM Today 9 AM Virginia Graham (Mort Sahl, Sharon Farrell, Washington columnist Winzola McLendon, flamenco guitarist Peter Evans, dancer Vic Aversano) 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 Divorce Court 1:30 Joe Garagiola's Memory Game 2 PM Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors

3 PM Another World 3:30 Bright Promise 4 PM Somerset 4:30 Movie: "Francis Goes To West Point" (Donald O'Connor and Francis the Talking Mule) 6 PM News, Weather, Sports 6:30 NBC News 7 PM F Troop 7:30 Washington Choral Society 8 PM NBC Comedy Theater 9 PM NBC Movie: "San Francisco International Airport" 11 PM News, Sports, Weather 11:30 Tonight Show WGHP Ch. 8 High Point (ABC) 6:15 Farm Report 6:30 University Of Michigan 7 AM Triad In Perspective 8 AM Limbo (kids' show) 8:30 Romper Room 9 AM Movie: "Yankee Pasha" 10:50 Fashions In Sewing 11 AM Bewitched (day-behind from 12 N) 11:30 That Girl 12 N News, Sports, Weather 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 Movie: "The All American" 5:30 News, Sports, Weather 6 PM ABC News 6:30 Dick Van Dyke 7 PM Truth Or Consequences 7:30 Let's Make A Deal 8 PM Newlywed Game 8:30 It Was A Very Good Year 9 PM ABC Movie: "Marilyn" 11 PM News, Sports, Weather 11:30 Dick Cavett 1 AM News WNCT Ch. 9 Greenville, NC (CBS) 6:30 Carolina Today 8:15 Fashions In Sewing 8:25 Meditations 8:30 CBS News 9 AM Captain Kangaroo 10 AM The Lucy Show 10:30 Beverly Hillbillies 11 AM Family Affair

11:30 Love Of Life 12 N News, Sports, Weather 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM Where The Heart Is 1:25 Timely Tips 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 Gomer Pyle, USMC 4:30 Flipper 5 PM Daniel Boone 5:55 Paul Harvey 6 PM News, Weather, Sports 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Truth Or Consequences 7:30 Gunsmoke 8:30 Here's Lucy 9 PM Mayberry R.F.D. 9:30 Doris Day 10 PM Suspense Playhouse 11 PM News, Sports, Weather 11:30 Merv Griffin WSOC Ch. 9 Charlotte (NBC) 6:45 On The House 7 AM Today 9 AM Mike Douglas (co-hostess Nancy Wilson; Richard Deacon, June Lockhart, inventor Remo Saraceni, dream analyst Elsie Sechrist) 10:20 Fashions In Sewing 10:30 Concentration 11 AM Sale Of The Century 11:30 Hollywood Squares 12 N News, Sports, Weather 12:30 Who, What Or Where 12:55 NBC News 1 PM Jeopardy! 1:30 Joe Garagiola's Memory Game 2 PM Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 3:30 My Favorite Martian 4 PM Gilligan's Island 4:30 Cheyenne 5:30 I Love Lucy 6 PM News, Weather, Sports 6:30 NBC News 7 PM Petticoat Junction 7:30 From A Bird's Eye View 8 PM NBC Comedy Theater 9 PM NBC Movie: "San Francisco International Airport" 11 PM News, Sports, Weather 11:30 Tonight Show

WIS Ch. 10 Columbia, SC (NBC) 6:45 Farm Report 7 AM Today 9 AM Today In Carolina 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 News, Sports, Weather 1:30 Joe Garagiola's Memory Game 2 PM Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 3:30 Bright Promise 4 PM Somerset 4:30 Mr. Knozit 5 PM Get Smart 5:30 Perry Mason 6:30 NBC News 7 PM News, Sports, Weather 7:30 From A Bird's Eye View 8 PM NBC Comedy Theater 9 PM NBC Movie: "San Francisco International Airport" 11 PM News, Sports, Weather 11:30 Tonight Show WTVD Ch. 11 Durham (CBS/NBC) 6 AM Aspect 6:30 Summer Semester: "Human Environment" 7 AM Today 9 AM Captain Kangaroo 10 AM Galloping Gourmet 10:30 Beverly Hillbillies 11 AM Family Affair 11:30 Love Of Life 12 N Where The Heart Is 12:25 Newsbeat (local) 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM Peggy Mann 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 Hazel 4:30 Movie: "The Big Gusher" 6 PM News, Weather, Sports 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Gunsmoke (a 1966 episode with a then-unknown Jon Voight, delay from 7:30 PM)

8 PM Movie: "The Cobweb" 10 PM Suspense Playhouse 11 PM News, Sports, Weather 11:30 Tonight Show WCTI Ch. 12 New Bern (ABC) 8 AM Gilligan's Island 8:30 Sesame Street 9:30 David Frost (an hour with Dustin Hoffman) 10:30 Jack LaLanne 11 AM Galloping Gourmet 11:30 That Girl 12 N Bewitched 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 Password 4:30 Movie: "The Bride Came C.O.D." 6:25 Putting You First 6:30 ABC News 7 PM News 7:30 Let's Make A Deal 8 PM Newlywed Game 8:30 It Was A Very Good Year 9 PM ABC Movie: "Marilyn" 11 PM News, Sports, Weather 11:30 Movie: "I Saw What You Did" WSJS (WXII) Ch. 12 Winston-Salem (NBC) 6:30 Aspect 7 AM Today 9 AM Today At Home 9:30 Famous Jury Trials 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 Somerset 1:30 Joe Garagiola's Memory Game 2 PM Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 3:30 Bright Promise 4 PM Virginia Graham (Burt Reynolds, John Raitt, 100-year-old Sioux chieftain Red Fox (not to be confused with Redd Foxx and a nephew of Crazy Horse), actress Susan Tolsky) 5 PM McHale's Navy

5:30 Laredo 6:30 News, Weather, Sports 7 PM NBC News 7:30 From A Bird's Eye View 8 PM NBC Comedy Theater 9 PM NBC Movie: "San Francisco International Airport" 11 PM News, Sports, Weather 11:30 Tonight Show WBTW Ch. 13 Florence, SC (CBS/ABC) 6:30 Jim Nesbitt 7:30 CBS News 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Newlywed Game 9:30 Let's Make A Deal 10 AM The Lucy Show 10:30 Beverly Hillbillies 11 AM Family Affair 11:30 Love Of Life 12 N Where The Heart Is 12:25 CBS News (Douglas Edwards) 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM Peyton Place 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 Gomer Pyle, USMC 4:30 Truth Or Consequences 5 PM The FBI (ABC, delay from Sun 8 PM) 6 PM ABC News 6:30 News, Weather, Sports 7 PM CBS News 7:30 Gunsmoke 8:30 Here's Lucy 9 PM Mayberry RFD 9:30 Doris Day 10 PM Suspense Playhouse 11 PM News, Sports, Weather 11:30 Merv Griffin WCCB Ch. 18 Charlotte (ABC) 8:25 Think It Over 8:30 Fran Carlton 9 AM Romper Room 9:30 Movie: "The Great McGinty" 11 AM News, Sports, Weather 11:30 That Girl 12 N Bewitched 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 Password 4:30 Movie Game 5 PM Movie: "The Last Train From Madrid" 6:25 News 6:30 ABC News 7 PM Munsters 7:30 Let's Make A Deal 8 PM Newlywed Game 8:30 It Was A Very Good Year 9 PM ABC Movie: "Marilyn" 11 PM Mantrap (Irwin Stillman, author of "The Doctor's Quick Weight Loss Diet," faces off with Selma Diamond and Ann Miller; Alan (Mr. Suzanne Somers) Hamel hosts.) 11:30 Dick Cavett WRDU (WRDC) Ch. 28 Durham (NBC/CBS) 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 My Favorite Martian 1:30 Joe Garagiola's Memory Game 2 PM Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 3:30 Bright Promise 4 PM Somerset 4:30 Jim And Tammy (kids' show from CBN) 5:30 Movie: "Roughshod" 7 PM NBC News 7:30 Bill Cosby (NBC, delay from Sun 8:30 PM) 8 PM NBC Comedy Theater 9 PM NBC Movie: "San Francisco International Airport" 11 PM Movie: "A Woman's Secret" WRET (WCNC) Ch. 36 Charlotte (Ind.) 3 PM Popeye 3:30 Speed Racer 4 PM Rocket Robin Hood 4:30 Spiderman 5 PM Banana Splits 5:30 Dennis The Menace 6 PM Leave It To Beaver 6:30 McHale's Navy 7 PM One Step Beyond 7:30 Dragnet (the 1967-70 episodes) 8 PM Combat! 9 PM Movie: "Hunter Of The Unknown"

11 PM Alfred Hitchcock Presents (watch for John Fiedler, Mr. Peterson on "The Bob Newhart Show") 11:30 Movie: "M.M.M. 83" WTVI Ch. 42 Charlotte (PBS) 4:30 Sesame Street 5:30 Art Studio, Too 6 PM Granny Special (don't know if this is Ch. 18's Granny Nolan) 7 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 7:30 Hodgepodge Lodge 8 PM Just Jazz 8:30 Ask Congress 9 PM The Advocates 10:30 Thirty Minutes With... sign off 11 PM bp, was this before the FCC finally told WTVD to stop cherry-picking so that WRDU would have a fair chance, or afterwards? It would seem that nearly all channel 11's programs were CBS, while channel 28's were nearly all NBC by this point. I would guess, though, that, when WTVD went allCBS, Today would have gone to WRDU. I don't remember your earlier posts from North Carolina, but it would stand to reason that Today was the last step in a full realignment. WTVD went all-CBS and WRDU all-NBC in September. (Just for the record, Birmingham, where an identical situation had existed in the late '60s, made the changeover on May 31, 1970; WAPI (WVTM) went all-NBC and WBMG (WIAT) all-CBS.) I suspect that WTVD was just waiting for its contract with NBC to expire, much as Birmingham's WBRC, although a Fox o&o, stayed with ABC until its contract expired in 1996. WTVD chose CBS largely because CBS shows did, and do, better than NBC's in this neck of the woods; it would stay with CBS until CapCities bought ABC in 1985, making TVD an ABC o&o and WRAL the new CBS affiliate. Retro: Ottawa/Ottawa Valley/Outaouais Sun, June 14, 1998 from Ottawa Citizen Listed in order of Ottawa cable position, all stations based in Ottawa/Hull unless otherwise indicated * The Citizen didn't list infomercials, I've added them where I have a pretty good idea they aired, but I may be missing a few... Cable 2 CICO 24-TVO 5:00 Time to Grow (x2) 6:00 Polka Dot Door 6:30 Today's Special 7:00 Sharon, Lois & Bram's Elephant Show 7:30 Adventures of Dudley the Dragon 8:00 Bookmice 8:30 Teletubbies 9:00 Polka Dot Door 9:15 Little Star 9:30 Country Mouse & City Mouse Adventures 10:00 Arthur 10:30 Stuff

11:00 Eric's World 11:30 Wildside noon Parent Connection 1:00 HOMEstyle 1:30 Fourth Reading 2:00 Canadian Parks 2:30 Hobby Garden 3:00 More to Life 3:30 Ultimate Golf Challenge 4:00 Imprint 5:00 Blood & Belonging 6:00 Dialogue 6:30 Allan Gregg in Conversation with... 7:00 Queen Mother: A Woman of Her Century 8:00 Prince William & Prince Henry: The Next Royal Generation 9:00 Dangerous Indiscretions: The Decline of the House of Windsor 10:00 Princess Diana: In Search of Happiness 10:50 Her Majesty: The Quen 11:40 View from Here 12:10 sign-off 3:00 At Class: Our Changing Schools 4:00 Parent Connection Cable 3 CIII 6-Global (relays Toronto) 5:00 Ernest Angley 6:00 Sharon, Lois & Bram Elephant Show 6:30 Tell-a-Tale Town 7:00 Big Garage 7:30 Bugs Bunny & Tweety 8:30 Animaniacs 9:00 Pinky & the Brain 9:30 Superman 10:00 Inspector Garget 10:30 Student Bodies 11:00 Popular Mechanics for Kids 11:30 Robert Schuller 12:30 Terry Winter 1:00 Dave Chalk's Computer Show 1:30 Town & Country Ontario 2:00 Jake & the Kid 3:00 Star Runner 4:00 Beetlejuice 4:30 Tales from the Cryptkeeper 5:00 Simpsons (x2) 6:00 Global News 6:30 Sportsline 7:00 60 Minutes 8:00 Simpsons 8:30 King of the Hill 9:00 X-Files 10:00 Sliders 11:00 Global Newsweek 11:30 Sportsline mid. Entertainment Tonight 1:00 Star Runner 2:00 Infomercials

Cable 5 CBOFT 9-SRC 7:30 Les Moomins 8:00 Les oursons volants (Little Flying Bears) 8:30 Iznogoud 9:00 Pierre et Isa 9:30 Franc-Croise 10:00 Le Jour du Seigneur 11:00 En toute liberte 11:30 Point de presse noon La semaine verte 1:00 Second regard 1:30 Pour tout l'art du monde 2:30 TBA 3:30 Jeune Indiana Jones (Young Indiana Jones) 4:30 L'arche de Noe 5:00 Les contes d'Avonlea (Road to Avonlea) 6:00 Ce soir 6:30 Decouverte 7:30 Les Beaux Dimanches 10:00 Le Telejournal 10:25 Nouvelles du sport 10:50 Cinema "Boulevard du crepuscle" Cable 6 CHRO 5-NewNet (COLed to Pembroke) 6:00 News 6:30 Body Tech 7:00 Mr. Men 7:30 Adventures of Very Roger 8:00 Guerilla Gardener 8:30 In Good Faith 9:00 Aboriginal Voices 9:30 Electric Playground 10:00 Star Trek 11:00 Three Stooges Festival 1:00 PWC-TV 1:30 Sport Diver 2:00 Sail TV 2:30 Travel Magazine 3:00 CityLine 4:00 Conan 5:00 Viper 6:00 News 6:30 Wish-n-Win Bingo 7:00 World's Funniest! 8:00 To Serve & Protect 9:00 Seinfeld 9:30 Intimate & Interactive: Alannah Miles 10:30 FashionTelevision 11:00 Sports Digest 11:30 Base Journal (CFB Petawawa is located near Pembroke) mid. Malcolm & Eddie 12:30 In the House 1:00 Star Trek: The Next Generation 2:00 Infomercials

Cable 7 CJOH 13-CTV 6:00 Simply Wine & Cheese 6:30 Kingdom Adventures 7:00 OWL/TV 7:30 Master Control 8:00 101 Dalmatians: The Series 8:30 DuckTales 9:00 Mighty Ducks 9:30 In Our Hands 10:00 NBA Action 10:30 People's Church 11:30 Mason Lee: On the Edge noon Sunday Edition 1:00 First Story 1:30 Terry Winter 2:00 World Vision 3:00 Movie "Straight Talk" 5:00 7th Heaven 6:00 News 7:00 TBA 7:30 NBA Finals: Chicago-Utah, Game 6 (if necessary) 10:00 TBA 11:00 CTV News 11:30 News mid. Siskel & Ebert 12:30 Larry Sanders (x4) 2:30 Infomercials OTA only WWNY 7-CBS Watertown 7:00 US Farm Report 7:30 Day of Discovery 8:00 Robert Schuller 9:00 CBS News Sunday Morning (bank mergers, George Segal art exhibit, unpublished Woody Guthrie lyrics, Tibetan art in Albuquerque) 10:30 Face the Nation 11:00 Infomercials noon Around the Track 1:00 NASCAR: Miller Lite 300 4:00 Buick Classic golf 6:00 News (the Citizen didn't indicate network evening newscasts, so taking a guess that WWNY aired local at 6, and Schieffer at 6:30) 6:30 CBS Evening News 7:00 60 Minutes 8:00 Touched by an Angel 9:00 Movie "The Man Without a Face" 11:30 News mid. This Week on DIRT 12:30 Can Am Clips 1:00 Movie "PCU" Cable 8 CBOT 4-CBC 7:30 Spilled Milk 8:00 Cottage Country 8:30 Canadian Gardener 9:00 Coronation Street omnibus 11:00 Riverdale omnibus (CBC's short-lived Corrie knockoff)

noon 50 Up 12:30 Alive! 1:00 Country Canada 1:30 Man Alive 2:00 the fifth estate 3:00 Shell Cup equestrian 5:00 Wonderful World of Disney "Angels in the Endzone" 7:00 Emily of New Moon 8:00 Riverdance: The New Show (from Radio City Music Hall) 9:30 Leahys 10:00 CBC News: Sunday Report 10:30 Undercurrents 11:00 CBC News: Sunday Report 11:30 Shell Cup equestrian Cable 9 WHEC 10-NBC Rochester 5:00 NBC News Nightside 5:30 Bob Vila's Home Again 6:00 This Old House 6:30 B. Smith with Style 7:00 Infomercials 7:30 Mass for Shut-Ins 8:00 Today (guest Harrison Ford, portpartum depression, summer skin care) 9:00 AM Live 10:00 Meet the Press 11:00 Infomercials 1:00 US Open Golf Preview 2:00 BellSouth Senior Classic golf 4:00 WNBA: Los Angeles-Phoenix 6:00 News 6:30 NBC Nightly News 7:00 Dateline NBC 7:30 NBA Finals: Chicago-Utah, Game 6 (if necessary; if not needed: TV Censored Bloopers '98, followed by Dateline NBC, Frasier, Working, and Law & Order) 10:00 Working (x2) 11:00 News 11:35 NY Wired 12:05 Siskel & Ebert 12:35 Inside Edition Weekend 1:05 NYPD Blue 2:05 NBC News Nightside 4:30 This Morning's Business Cable 10 CHOT 40-TVA 6:30 Bugs Bunny 7:00 Salut, bonjour weekend (the weekend editions were produced at CFCM Quebec City) 10:00 Bibi et Genevieve (x2) 11:00 Evangelisation 2000 11:30 Completement Marteau noon Fais-en ton affaire 12:30 Infomercials 2:00 Cinema: TBA 4:00 Cinema: TBA 6:00 Nouvelles TVA 6:30 La vie est un sport dangereux 7:00 Planete en folie

8:00 Cinema: TBA 10:00 Nouvelles TVA 10:25 TVA Sports 10:45 Loto-Quebec 10:50 Vins et fromages 11:20 Infomercials Cable 11 CFGS 49-TQS 10:30 Picoli, Lirabo et les autres 11:00 Dehors les chefs 11:30 Famille en fete: avec Grand-Papa Jove noon Les Pierrafeu (Flintstones) 12:30 Le Petit Journal 1:00 A mi-galaxie tournez a gauche 1:30 Evasion beaute 2:30 Bons baisers d'Amerique 3:30 Tennis extra 4:00 Le coup de maitre Buick 4:30 Passion plein air 5:00 Pas si bete que ca 5:30 Le Grand Journal 6:00 YUL (Michel Duchesne visits Rome; YUL is the airport abbreviation for Montreal) 6:30 Alfred Hitchcock presente (Alfred Hitchcock Presents) 7:00 Hercule (Hercules: The Legendary Journeys) 8:00 Cinema "Brillantine" 10:35 Salle d'urgence (ER) 11:35 Le Grand Journal 12:05 Cinema "Au lit avec Madonna" (Madonna: Truth or Dare) 2:30 Infomercials Cable 12 CHLF 39-TFO (relays Toronto) 6:00 Cocotte-Minute (Chicken Minute) 6:30 Iris le gentil professeur (Iris the Happy Professor) 6:45 Pingu/Leo et Popi/Pauline a la ferme 7:00 Le grenier de Bisou (Bizou's Attic) 7:15 Picoli et Lirabo 7:30 Mon amie Maya (Maya the Bee) 8:00 A la claire fontaine 8:30 Le livre de la jungle (Jungle Book) 9:00 Iris le gentil professeur 9:15 Le grenier de Bisou 9:30 Ritournelle 9:45 Bricomagie 10:00 Urmel 10:30 Les Wubulous 11:00 Arsene Lupin 11:30 Alice 11:50 Les recettes de Gil et Julie noon Bouillon de culture 1:10 Les grands fleuves 2:00 Declic! Le magazine 2:30 A la claire de fontaine 3:00 Cinema "Gus" 4:30 La bande a Mozart 5:00 Pingu/Ma petite planete cherie 5:30 Mais ou se cache Carmen Sandiego? (Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego?, I believe

this may be a local version) 6:00 TBA 6:30 Volt 7:00 L'ame d'un peuple 8:00 Documentaires ontariens 8:30 Gros plan 9:00 Cinema "Pixote, la loi du plus faible" 11:00 TBA 11:30 Declic! La magazine mid. Genevieve Paris Cable 13 WROC 8-CBS Rochester 5:30 Better Homes & Gardens 6:00 Martha Stewart Living 6:30 Gospel Hour 7:00 Ernest Angley 8:00 Robert Schuller 9:00 CBS News Sunday Morning 10:30 Real Estate 11:00 Infomercials 11:30 Face the Nation noon Infomercials 12:30 Golf 2000 with Peter Jacobsen 1:00 NASCAR: Miller Lite 400 4:00 Buick Classic golf 6:00 News 6:30 CBS Evening News 7:00 60 Minutes 8:00 Touched by an Angel 9:00 Movie "The Man Without a Face" 11:30 News 12:05 Xena: Warrior Princess 1:05 Hercules: The Legendary Journeys 2:05 Infomercials Cable 14 CFMT 60-Ind/Ethnic (relays Toronto) 6:00 World Cuisine 6:30 Lehen Malti 7:00 World Cuisine 7:30 Chinese Tangram 8:00 Benny Hinn 8:30 World Cup Soccer: Argentina-Japan 10:30 Hora H 11:30 World Cup Soccer: Iran-Yugoslavia 1:30 Appuntamente a Liverpool 3:00 Infomercials 4:00 Buick Open golf 6:00 Babylon 5 7:00 South Asian Newsweek 8:00 World Cuisine 8:30 Chinese Tangram 9:00 Chinese Newsline 10:00 Chinese Business Hour 11:00 Mandarin Wide Angle Lens 11:30 Infomercials

Cable 15 CITY 65-Ind (relays Toronto) 5:30 Originals 6:00 Body Tech 6:30 Infomercials 7:00 Originals 7:30 Titans 8:00 Travel Magazine 8:30 Hello Japan 9:00 Mix TV (currently airs on CKVR) 10:00 Eye on Asia 11:30 CHIN Chinese! noon Festival Italiano de Johnny Lombardi 2:00 Images of Iran 2:30 Gente da Nossa 3:00 Movie "Only the Lonely" 5:00 CHUM FM 30 6:00 CityPulse News 6:30 FashionTelevision 7:00 Ooh La La 7:30 Speakers' Corner 8:00 MediaTelevision 8:30 MovieTelevision 9:00 Movie "The Man Without a Face" 11:30 CityPulse Tonight mid. Ed's Night Party 12:30 Movie (rerun from 3pm) 2:30 Movie "Wedding in White" 4:30 Baywatch Cable 16 WNPE 16-PBS Watertown 6:30 Market to Market 7:00 Barney & Friends 7:30 Adventures from the Book of Virtues 8:00 Newton's Apple 8:30 Wishbone 9:00 Wimzie's House 9:30 Storytime 10:00 Movie "Bill and Coo" (with an all-bird cast) 11:05 Movie "Julius Caesar" 1:05 Movie "Kismet" 3:00 House of Elliott 4:00 Gunsmoke (you read it right, WNPE-WNPI aired Gunsmoke) 5:00 Rod & Reel 5:30 Streamside 6:00 Cabin Country 6:30 New Red Green 7:00 All Creatures Great & Small 8:00 Nature (the animal life of the Big Apple) 9:00 Masterpiece Theatre "Nostromo" (pt 1) 11:00 EastEnders (x2; Vision TV currently strips it weeknights) mid. Journal (Deutsche Welle) Cable 18 CHCH 11-ONtv (relays Hamilton) 6:00 Town & Country Ontario 6:30 Movie Show 7:00 Fatima: The Moment Has Come

7:30 Food for Life 8:00 Evangel Temple Alive 8:30 It is Written 9:00 Prayer Palace 10:00 Gaunda Punjab (currently on Vision TV) 10:45 Novas de Alegria 11:00 Festival Portuguese noon Italian Panorama 12:30 Discover Your World 1:00 WWF Superstars 2:00 Ohio Travel & Tourism 2:30 Car Guys 3:00 Infomercials 4:00 EXTRA 5:00 New World Wine Tour 5:30 News 6:00 Kung Fu: The Legend Continues 7:00 Linehan (guest James Cameron) 7:30 Vintage Women of Originals (guest Jeanne Beker) 8:00 Touched by an Angel 9:00 Movie "Dunston Checks In" 11:00 News 11:30 Comedy Club mid. Soldier of Fortune, Inc. 1:00 WCW Thunder 3:00 Infomercials Cable 20 WOKR 13-ABC Rochester 5:00 America's Store 6:00 Infomercials 7:30 Kenneth Copeland 8:30 Infomercials 9:00 Many Voices, Many Visions 9:30 Infomercials 10:30 This Week with Sam Donaldson and Cokie Roberts 11:30 Infomercials 2:30 World Cup France '98 3:00 World Cup Soccer: Croatia-Jamaica 5:00 World Cup France '98 6:00 News 6:30 ABC World News Sunday 7:00 Movie "The Big Green" 9:00 Movie "Nowhere to Hide" 11:00 News 11:30 Entertainment Tonight 12:30 Need to Know 1:00 Wild Things 2:00 Access Hollywood 3:00 America's Store Cable 22 Rogers Community 22 5:00 Community News 9:00 Romanian Tele Mag 10:00 Racing Edge 10:30 Inside Track 11:00 Financial Planner

11:30 MPP Report noon CD Warehouse Hot 30 Video Countdown 1:00 Front Row Centre 3:00 Kaleidoscope Afghanistan 3:30 Ukrainian Profile 4:00 Armenian Culture 4:30 Sounds of India 5:00 Tele 30 (Italian) 6:00 Feelin' Great 6:30 Plugged In! 7:00 Made in Canada 7:30 Prosperity Show 8:00 Sports 11:00 Overtime 11:30 10 Percent: QTV mid. Community News Cable 23 Rogers Tele-Communautaire 23 5:00 Babillard 12:30 Minor League Baseball: Gloucester v York-Simcoe 3:00 Cardio Hip-Hop 3:30 Kaleidoscope Syrie 4:00 Reflets de Chine 4:30 Les mains pour le dire 5:30 Les fines gueules 6:00 Lecture, aventure 6:30 Bien branche! 7:00 L'art floral 7:30 En coulisses 8:00 Un appel au clairon 8:30 Repertoire 10:30 Bien branche! 11:00 Babillard Cable 36 WUTV 29-Fox Buffalo 6:00 Fatima: The Moment Has Come 6:30 Mass 7:00 Pulse 7:30 Sailor Moon 8:00 Zorro 8:30 Beast Wars 9:00 Fox News Sunday 10:00 Blossom 10:30 Monkees 11:00 Viper noon Wild Things 1:00 NFL Europe: World Bowl '98-Rhein Fire v Frankfurt (at Frankfurt, the Fire won 34-10) 4:00 National Geographic (visiting Bali) 5:00 Star Trek: The Next Generation 6:00 Star Trek: Deep Space Nine 7:00 World's Funniest! 8:00 Simpsons 8:30 King of the Hill 9:00 X-Files 10:00 Seinfeld 10:30 Roseanne

11:00 Star Trek: The Next Generation mid. Infomercials Cable 70 CIVO 30-RQ (relays CIVM Montreal) noon Prevention des toxicomanies: Aspects theoriques 1:00 Cinema populaire 1:30 Information internationale 2:30 Graine de champion/Montre-moi ta ville 3:00 Allo prof! 3:30 Le monde de David le gnome (World of David the Gnome) 4:00 Il etait une fois...l'espace 4:30 Les nouvelles aventures de Skippy (Skippy the Bush Kangaroo) 5:00 Heidi 5:30 L'etalon noir (Black Stallion) 6:00 Cinema "Le mystere du chateau de Dracula" 7:00 En pleine nature (looking at wildcats, black bears, and kangaroo rats on the shores of the Colorado River) 8:00 On aura tout vu! 8:30 Les pays du Quebec 9:00 Cinema "Krapatchouk" 11:10 Faune nordique 11:40 Pause musicale Retro: Carolina-Tennessee Friday, June 12, 1970 From TV Guide, Carolina-Tennessee Edition: WSJK (WETP) Ch. 2 Knoxville (Sneedville), TN (NET) 4 PM Sesame Street 5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 5:30 Friendly Giant 5:45 Potpourri 6 PM What's New 6:30 All Aboard (kids' show) 7 PM Directions In Design 7:30 Insight (the religious program) 8 PM University Of Tennessee Presentations 8:30 Creative Person (Rudolf Bing, general manager of the Metropolitan Opera Company) 9 PM The Advocates (debated: can the consumer and the environment be protected by having "public directors" on the boards of corporations?) sign off 10 PM WBTV Ch. 3 Charlotte (CBS) 6:15 Almanac 6:25 TV Party Line 6:55 Local News 7 AM CBS News (Joseph Benti) 7:30 Morning Report 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Gomer Pyle, USMC (day-behind from 4 PM) 9:30 Hazel

10 AM The Lucy Show 10:30 Beverly Hillbillies 11 AM Andy Griffith 11:30 Love Of Life 12 N Noon Report (Ty Boyd) 12:25 Pat Lee 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM Betty Feezor 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 Real McCoys 4:30 Mike Douglas (co-host Sammy Davis Jr.; Charles Evers, mayor of Fayette, MS, Judy Carne) 6 PM News, Weather, Sports 6:25 Editorial 6:30 CBS News (Walter Cronkite) 7 PM Gunsmoke (delay from Mon 7:30 PM) 8 PM Tim Conway Show (he and Joe Flynn have a charter airline service; last show: "He & She" reruns take over the timeslot next week and do quite well) 8:30 Hogan's Heroes 9 PM CBS Movie: "The Alphabet Murders" (an Hercule Poirot mystery) 11 PM News 11:25 Editorial 11:30 Movie: "Operation Secret" (Merv Griffin airs Sunday at 11:30 PM) WFBC (WYFF) Ch. 4 Greenville, SC (NBC) 6:30 Job Man Caravan 7 AM Today (Judith Crist, an eye clinic, plexiglass furniture) 9 AM Romper Room 9:30 He Said! She Said! (would return in 1974 as "Tattletales") 10 AM It Takes Two (Gary Crosby, Pat Harrington, Gordon and Meredith MacRae) 10:25 NBC News (Nancy Dickerson) 10:30 Concentration 11 AM Sale Of The Century 11:30 Hollywood Squares (Marty Allen, Ernest Borgnine, Stu Gilliam, Juliet Mills, Susan Saint James, Wally Cox, Rose Marie, Charley Weaver, Paul Lynde) 12 N Jeopardy! 12:30 Today In The Piedmont 1 PM Somerset (then called "Another World/Somerset") 1:30 Life With Linkletter (former U-2 pilot Francis Gary Collins; Hollywood makeup artist Christina) 2 PM Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World (then called "Another World/Bay City") 3:30 Bright Promise 4 PM Mike Douglas (same as Ch. 3) 5 PM Star Trek 5:55 Paul Harvey 6 PM News, Weather, Sports

6:30 Huntley-Brinkley Report 7 PM That Good Ole Nashville Music (two episodes, with Conway Twitty, Del Reeves, Loretta Lynn, Tom T. Hall, Jeannie Seely, Jack Greene) 8 PM Baseball: Braves-Mets 11 PM News, Weather, Sports (time approximate) 11:30 Tonight Show (David Steinberg subs for Johnny; Elliott Gould is a guest) WCYB Ch. 5 Bristol, VA (NBC) 6:50 Town And Country 7 AM Today 9 AM Open House 9:30 Romper Room 10 AM It Takes Two 10:25 NBC News 10:30 Concentration 11 AM Sale Of The Century 11:30 Hollywood Squares 12 N Jeopardy! 12:30 Who, What Or Where 12:55 News (Evelyn Booher) 1 PM Divorce Court 1:30 Life With Linkletter 2 PM Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 3:30 Bright Promise 4 PM Somerset 4:30 McHale's Navy 5 PM Best Of The West 6 PM News, Weather, Sports 6:25 Editorial 6:30 Huntley-Brinkley Report 7 PM Klub Kwiz 7:30 High Chaparral 8:30 Name Of The Game 10 PM The New Communicators (Part 2 of a series on young filmmakers, hosted by Peter Fonda. Highlights include Burgess Meredith in Chekhov's "The Father"; a Canadian troupe in "The Tragic Diary Of Zero The Fool"; Chuck Braverman's rapid-fire look at "The Sixties.") 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:25 Editorial 11:30 Tonight Show WATE Ch. 6 Knoxville (NBC) 6 AM Harry Whittington 7 AM Today 9 AM Truth Or Consequences 9:30 Homemakers (Mary Starr) 10 AM It Takes Two 10:25 NBC News 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 (Floyd Kalber) 1 PM Somerset 1:30 Life With Linkletter 2 PM Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 3:30 Girl Talk (one of the guests is Virginia Gibson, co-hostess of ABC's "Discovery") 4 PM Popeye 4:30 Mike Douglas (co-hostess Kaye Ballard; Larry Storch, Maureen Stapleton, Robert Q. Lewis, Mel Tillis) 6 PM News, Weather, Sports 6:30 Huntley-Brinkley Report 7 PM I Love Lucy 7:30 High Chaparral 8:30 Name Of The Game 10 PM The New Communicators 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Tonight Show WSPA Ch. 7 Spartanburg, SC (CBS) 6:10 Agriculture 6:25 Summer Semester: "Eisenhower" 6:55 Meditation 7 AM CBS News 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM PDQ (would return in 1973 as "Baffle") 9:30 Nancy Welch 10 AM The Lucy Show 10:30 Beverly Hillbillies 11 AM Andy Griffith 11:30 Love Of Life 12 N Where The Heart Is 12:25 News (local) 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM Divorce Court 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 Gomer Pyle, USMC 4:30 Gilligan's Island 5 PM Big Valley 6 PM News, Weather, Sports 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Dick Van Dyke 7:30 Get Smart 8 PM Tim Conway Show 8:30 Hogan's Heroes 9 PM CBS Movie: "The Alphabet Murders" 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Merv Griffin (from Hollywood)

WSOC Ch. 9 Charlotte (NBC) 6:45 On The House 7 AM Today 9 AM Vacation Varieties 9:30 Fashions In Sewing 9:30 Movie Game 10 AM It Takes Two 10:25 NBC News 10:30 Concentration 11 AM Sale Of The Century 11:30 Hollywood Squares 12 N Midday (Jimmy Kilgo) 12:30 Who, What Or Where 12:55 NBC News 1 PM Jeopardy! 1:30 Life With Linkletter 2 PM Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 3:30 My Favorite Martian 4 PM McHale's Navy 4:30 I Love Lucy 5 PM Perry Mason 5:55 Paul Harvey 6 PM News, Weather, Sports 6:30 Huntley-Brinkley Report 7 PM That Good Ole Nashville Music 7:30 Film: "Hearts And Flowers" 8 PM Baseball: Braves-Mets 11 PM News, Weather, Sports (time approximate) 11:30 Tonight Show 1 AM Sugarfoot WBIR Ch. 10 Knoxville (CBS) 5:30 Summer Semester: "Eisenhower" 6 AM Farm And Home 7 AM CBS News 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM In Your Interest 9:30 Galloping Gourmet 10 AM The Lucy Show 10:30 Beverly Hillbillies 11 AM Andy Griffith 11:30 Love Of Life 12 N Where The Heart Is 12:25 CBS News (Douglas Edwards) 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM Divorce Court 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 Gomer Pyle, USMC 4:30 Movie: "The D.I." (Jack Webb, from '57) 5:55 Paul Harvey 6 PM News, Weather, Sports 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Country Place (guests: Pam and Allen Ross) 7:30 Get Smart 8 PM Baseball: Braves-Mets 11 PM News, Weather, Sports (time approximate) 11:30 Paul Harvey 11:35 Movie: "The Miracle Of Fatima" (Merv Griffin is pre-empted on Ch. 10) WJHL Ch. 11 Johnson City, TN (CBS) 6:15 News, Farm Report 6:30 First Call 7 AM CBS News 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Leave It To Beaver 9:30 He Said! She Said! 10 AM The Lucy Show 10:30 Beverly Hillbillies 11 AM Andy Griffith 11:30 Love Of Life 12 N Where The Heart Is 12:25 CBS News 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM Kathryn Willis 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 Gomer Pyle, USMC 4:30 Gilligan's Island 5 PM Perry Mason 6 PM News, Weather, Sports 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Truth Or Consequences 7:30 Get Smart 8 PM Arthur Smith 8:30 Hogan's Heroes 9 PM CBS Movie: "The Alphabet Murders" 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Movie: "Mara Maru" (Merv Griffin airs Sun 11:15 PM) WLOS Ch. 13 Asheville, NC (ABC) 6:30 Telecollege 7 AM News (Bill Norwood) 7:05 Mr. Bill's Cartoons 9 AM Movie: "Goodbye, My Fancy" 10:30 Galloping Gourmet 11 AM Bewitched 11:30 That Girl (guest: Ruth Buzzi)

12 N The Best Of Everything 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 Flintstones 4 PM Dark Shadows 4:30 Judd For The Defense 5:30 News (Arthur Whiteside) 6 PM I Love Lucy (ABC News will take over this timeslot in the fall.) 6:30 Truth Or Consequences 7 PM Movie: "Night Passage" 9 PM Here Come The Brides 10 PM Love, American Style (guests include Peter Marshall, Andrew Prine, Lesley Warren, Jack Carter, Ruta Lee, Regis Philbin) 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:25 Editorial 11:30 Movie: "I'll Cry Tomorrow" (Dick Cavett airs Sat night/ Sun morning 12:30 AM) WHKY Ch. 14 Hickory, NC (Ind.) 1 PM Scope 1:30 Panorama 2 PM Movie Game 2:30 Movie: "The Mark Of Zorro" 4:30 Dick's Rascals 5:30 Robin Hood 6 PM News, Weather, Sports 6:30 Pit Stop (auto racing) 7 PM Buck Owens 7:30 Death Valley Days 8 PM Movie: "Maryland" 10 PM News, Weather, Sports 10:20 Movie: "Hit The Saddle" 11:30 Movie: "The Curse Of The Doll People" WUNE Ch. 17 Linville, NC/WUNF Ch. 33 Asheville (NET) 10 AM Sesame Street 11 AM French Chef 11:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 12 N Aspect (farm show) 12:30 Mid-Day News 12:45 Friendly Giant 1 PM off air until 5:30 Sesame Street 6:30 What's New 7 PM Evening Edition 7:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 8 PM Young Musical Artists (pianist Barbara Nissman plays selections by Cesar Franck)

8:30 The Toy That Grew Up (Jackie Coogan in "My Boy," from 1921) sign off 9:25 PM WCCB Ch. 18 Charlotte (ABC) 8 AM Film 8:30 Jack LaLanne 9 AM Romper Room 10 AM Fran Carlton 10:30 News, Weather, Sports, Features 11 AM Bewitched 11:30 That Girl 12 N The Best Of Everything 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 Love That Bob! 5 PM Sergeant Mills 6 PM ABC News (Frank Reynolds/Howard K. Smith) 6:30 News, Weather, Sports 7 PM Carl Story (country music) 7:30 Flying Nun 8 PM Brady Bunch 8:30 Ghost And Mrs. Muir 9 PM Here Come The Brides 10 PM Love, American Style 11 PM Galloping Gourmet 11:30 Dick Cavett WKPT Ch. 19 Kingsport, TN (ABC) 10:30 Galloping Gourmet 11 AM Bewitched 11:30 That Girl 12 N The Best Of Everything 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 Bozo 5 PM F Troop 5:30 News, Weather, Sports, Editorial 6 PM ABC News 6:30 Flintstones 7 PM Hazel 7:30 Flying Nun

8 PM Brady Bunch 8:30 Ghost And Mrs. Muir 9 PM Here Come The Brides 10 PM Love, American Style 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:25 Editorial 11:30 Dick Cavett WTVK Ch. 26 (WVLT Ch. 8) Knoxville (ABC) 8:30 Jack LaLanne 9 AM Romper Room 10 AM Dennis The Menace 10:30 Movie Game 11 AM Bewitched 11:30 That Girl 12 N The Best Of Everything 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 Hazel 5 PM Bozo 5:55 Weather 6 PM ABC News 6:30 McHale's Navy 7 PM Gilligan's Island 7:30 Flying Nun 8 PM Brady Bunch 8:30 Ghost And Mrs. Muir 9 PM Here Come The Brides 10 PM Love, American Style 11 PM Call Of The West 11:30 Dick Cavett WNTV Ch. 29 Greenville, SC (NET) 10:30 Sesame Street 11:30 off the air until 4:15 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 4:45 What's New 5:15 Friendly Giant 5:30 Sesame Street 6:30 June Bugg 7 PM TV High School: "Grammar" 7:30 What's New 8 PM Feminine Fitness 8:30 NET Jazz (flutist-saxophonist Charles Lloyd and his group) 9 PM NET Playhouse (Mexican-American street-theater troupe El Teatro Campesino) sign off 10:30 PM

WCTU (WCNC) Ch. 36 Charlotte (Ind.) 4 PM Ruff 'n' Reddy 4:30 Snooper & Blabber 5 PM Augie Doggie 5:30 Quick Draw McGraw 6 PM Weather 6:15 Wild Bill Hickok (I have a feeling this should be 6:05 PM) 6:30 All Star Theater 7 PM Cimarron City 8 PM Run For Your Life 9 PM Movie: "Walk A Crooked Mile" 11 PM Movie: "Frontier Badmen" WAIM (WMYA) Ch. 40 Anderson, SC (ABC/CBS) 7:30 CBS News 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM This Is The Life 9:30 Ladies' Day 10 AM The Lucy Show 10:30 Beverly Hillbillies 11 AM Andy Griffith 11:30 Love Of Life 12 N Where The Heart Is 12:25 News (local) 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM All My Children 1:30 Let's Make A Deal 2 PM Love Is A Many Splendored Thing 2:30 Guiding Light 3 PM Secret Storm 3:30 Edge Of Night 4 PM Dark Shadows 4:30 Panorama 5 PM Compass 5:30 Herald Of Truth 6 PM June Bugg 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Quest For Adventure 7:30 Get Smart 8 PM Tim Conway Show 8:30 Hogan's Heroes 9 PM CBS Movie: "The Alphabet Murders" 11 PM Compass 11:30 Merv Griffinjune 9 Retro: North Carolina Saturday, June 13, 1970 From TV Guide, North Carolina Edition: WFMY Ch. 2 Greensboro (CBS) 7 AM Summer Semester: "The Image And Its Speech"

7:30 Three Stooges 8 AM Jetsons 8:30 Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Hour 9:30 Dastardly & Muttley In Their Flying Machines 10 AM Wacky Races 10:30 Scooby Doo, Where Are You? 11 AM Archie Comedy Hour 12 N Monkees 12:30 Perils Of Penelope Pitstop 1 PM New Adventures Of Superman 1:30 Jonny Quest 2 PM Scene Seventy (Carla Thomas, Eddie Holman, the Brooklyn Bridge, the Cuff Links) 3 PM Movie: "Temptation" 4:30 Let's Go To The Races 5 PM Golf: Western Open (third round) 6 PM Newsmaker 6:30 CBS News (Roger Mudd) 7 PM News, Sports, Weather 7:30 Jackie Gleason (Alice and Trixie walk out on Ralph and Ed) 8:30 My Three Sons 9 PM Green Acres 9:30 Petticoat Junction 10 PM Mannix 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Movie: "The Wild And The Innocent" WUND Ch. 2 Columbia/Edenton, NC; WUNC Ch. 4 Chapel Hill; WUNG Ch. 58 Concord, NC (NET) off air on Saturday WBTV Ch. 3 Charlotte (CBS) 6:45 News Of The Church 7 AM Casper 8 AM Jetsons 8:30 Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Hour 9:30 Dastardly & Muttley In Their Flying Machines 10 AM Wacky Races 10:30 Scooby Doo, Where Are You? 11 AM Archie Comedy Hour 12 N Monkees 12:30 Perils Of Penelope Pitstop 1 PM Little Rascals 1:30 Pastors Face Your Questions 2 PM Country Carnival (guest: Lefty Frizzell) 2:30 Wilburn Brothers (guest: Peggy Sue) 3 PM Porter Wagoner (guest: Pete Stamper) 3:30 Country Style Roundup (local) 4 PM Wrestling (from Charlotte: George Becker and Johnny Weaver vs. Joe Soto and Nikita Mulkovich; The Infernos vs. Bob Ramstad and Pepe Gomez) 5 PM Golf: Western Open (third round) 6 PM News, Sports, Weather 6:30 Death Valley Days 7 PM Tommy Faile (local country-music show)

7:30 Jackie Gleason 8:30 My Three Sons 9 PM Green Acres 9:30 Petticoat Junction 10 PM Mannix 11 PM News, Sports, Weather 11:30 Movie: "House On Telegraph Hill" WWAY Ch. 3 Wilmington, NC (ABC/NBC) 7 AM Cartoon Carnival 8 AM Adventures Of Gulliver 8:30 Smokey Bear 9 AM Cattanooga Cats 10 AM Hot Wheels 10:30 Hardy Boys (animated) 11 AM Sky Hawks 11:30 George Of The Jungle 12 N Get It Together (Vic Dana, Little Anthony and the Imperials, Ides of March) 12:30 American Bandstand (Melanie; a tie-dye demonstration) 1:30 Movies: "Senior Prom" and "Edge Of Eternity" 4:30 Corn Pone (I vaguely remember this show as a poor imitation of "Hee Haw," produced in Columbia, SC) 5 PM Wide World Of Sports (first-day coverage of the 24 Hours of LeMans, coverage concludes tomorrow at 3:30 PM) 6:30 That Good Ole Nashville Music 7 PM Nanny And The Professor (delay from Wed 7:30 PM) 7:30 Let's Make A Deal 8 PM Newlywed Game 8:30 Lawrence Welk (Spanish selections--no, Anacani wasn't on the show until 1973) 9:30 Jimmy Durante Presents The Lennon Sisters Hour (guests: Jerry Lewis and Jack Jones) 10:30 Courtship Of Eddie's Father (delay from Wed 8 PM) 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:15 Twin State Gospel 11:45 Movie: "Larceny" WRAL Ch. 5 Raleigh (ABC) 6 AM Cartoons 7 AM Movie: "The Mad Magician" 8:30 Smokey Bear 9 AM Cattanooga Cats 10 AM Hot Wheels 10:30 Hardy Boys 11 AM Sky Hawks 11:30 George Of The Jungle 12 N Teenage Frolics 12:30 American Bandstand 1:30 Get It Together (90-minute delay) 2 PM TBA 2:30 Wide World Of Sports (highlights of the Indianapolis 500, week-behind from 5 PM) 4 PM Roller Derby

5 PM Wrestling (from Raleigh) 6 PM Arthur Smith 6:30 Porter Wagoner 7 PM Wilburn Brothers 7:30 Let's Make A Deal 8 PM Newlywed Game 8:30 Lawrence Welk 9:30 Jimmy Durante Presents The Lennon Sisters Hour 10:30 Ghost And Mrs. Muir (delay from Fri 8:30 PM) 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:15 ABC News (anchor not given) 11:30 Movie: "Buffalo Bill" WECT Ch. 6 Wilmington, NC (NBC/CBS) 7 AM Western Movie (title not given) 8 AM Heckle And Jeckle 9 AM Here Comes The Grump 9:30 Pink Panther 10 AM H.R. Pufnstuf 10:30 Banana Splits 11:30 Flintstones 12 N Jambo (two unlikely companions: a hippo and an elephant) 12:30 Underdog 1 PM Williamson Brothers 1:30 Peter Gunn 2 PM Baseball Pre-Game Show 2:15 Baseball: Braves-Mets (alternate game: Red Sox-Twins) 5 PM Bill Anderson (time approximate) 5:30 Indianapolis 500 Report 6 PM News, Sports, Weather 6:30 Huntley-Brinkley Report 7 PM Dragnet 1970 (delay from Thu 9:30 PM) 7:30 Andy Williams (Andy spotlights his staff on the season finale.) 8:30 Adam-12 9 PM NBC Movie: "In Enemy Country" 11:15 Roller Derby 12:15 Movie: "Break To Freedom" WITN Ch. 7 Washington, NC (NBC) 7 AM Forest Rangers 7:30 Across The Fence 8 AM Heckle And Jeckle 9 AM Here Comes The Grump 9:30 Pink Panther 10 AM H.R. Pufnstuf 10:30 Banana Splits 11:30 Flintstones 12 N Jambo 12:30 Underdog 1 PM Mr. District Attorney 1:30 Big Picture 2 PM Baseball Pre-Game Show 2:15 Baseball (see Ch. 6)

5 PM Quest For Adventure (and you thought only Ch. 40 in Anderson, SC carried this, time approximate) 5:30 Hazel 6 PM News, Sports, Weather 6:30 Huntley-Brinkley Report 7 PM F Troop 7:30 Andy Williams 8:30 Adam-12 9 PM NBC Movie: "In Enemy Country" 11:15 Movie: "The Lost World" WGHP Ch. 8 High Point (ABC) 6 AM Aspect (farm show) 6:30 University Of Michigan 7 AM Triad In Perspective 7:30 Romper Room 8 AM Adventures Of Gulliver 8:30 Smokey Bear 9 AM Cattanooga Cats 10 AM Hot Wheels 10:30 Hardy Boys 11 AM Sky Hawks 11:30 George Of The Jungle 12 N Get It Together 12:30 American Bandstand 1:30 Movie: "Tarzan And The Trappers" (Gordon Scott as Tarzan, from '58) 5 PM Wide World Of Sports 6:30 Championship Wrestling (from High Point) 7:30 Let's Make A Deal 8 PM Newlywed Game 8:30 Lawrence Welk 9:30 Jimmy Durante Presents The Lennon Sisters Hour 10:30 All-American College Show (guest host: Gordon MacRae; singers Ron Clark (BYU), Mary Lou Metzger (future "Lawrence Welk Show" regular and hostess of the PBS reruns, Temple University), the Ensemble (University of California, Berkeley), Les Chaperones, an instrumental group from colleges around Missouri) 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:15 Movies: "The Body Snatcher" and "The Leopard Man" WNCT Ch. 9 Greenville, NC (CBS) 8 AM Jetsons 8:30 Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Hour 9:30 Dastardly & Muttley In Their Flying Machines 10 AM Wacky Races 10:30 Scooby Doo, Where Are You? 11 AM Archie Comedy Hour 12 N Monkees 12:30 Perils Of Penelope Pitstop 1 PM New Adventures Of Superman 1:30 Jonny Quest 2 PM Cartoons 3 PM Upbeat

4 PM Laramie 5 PM Golf: Western Open (third round) 6 PM Arthur Smith 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Porter Wagoner 7:30 Jackie Gleason 8:30 My Three Sons 9 PM Green Acres 9:30 Petticoat Junction 10 PM Mannix 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:15 Roller Derby 12:15 Movie: "Great Expectations" (1947 version with John Mills, Hayley and Juliet's dad) WSOC Ch. 9 Charlotte (NBC) 7 AM Cisco Kid 7:30 Abbott And Costello 8 AM Heckle And Jeckle 9 AM Here Comes The Grump 9:30 Pink Panther 10 AM H.R. Pufnstuf 10:30 Banana Splits 11:30 Flintstones 12 N Kilgo's Kanteen 1 PM Visual Girl 1:30 Bill Anderson 2 PM Baseball Pre-Game Show 2:15 Baseball (see Ch. 6) 5 PM Roller Derby (time approximate) 6 PM Pulse News 6:30 Huntley-Brinkley Report 7 PM My World And Welcome To It (delay from Mon 7:30 PM) 7:30 Andy Williams 8:30 Adam-12 9 PM NBC Movie: "In Enemy Country" 11:15 News, Weather, Sports 11:45 Movie: "The Leech Woman" 1:15 Joe Pyne WIS Ch. 10 Columbia, SC (NBC) 7 AM Social Security In Action 7:15 Agricultural Panorama 7:30 Western Movie (title not given) 9 AM Here Comes The Grump 9:30 Pink Panther 10 AM H.R. Pufnstuf 10:30 Banana Splits 11:30 Flintstones 12 N Jambo 12:30 Underdog 1 PM The Monroes 2 PM Baseball Pre-Game Show

2:15 Baseball (see Ch. 6) 5 PM Golf: Western Open (third round, time approximate) (NOTE: although all the stations carrying this except this one are CBS affiliates, I'm pretty sure this is the Hughes Sports Network; it was carried on Ch. 11 (ABC) in Atlanta and Ch. 41 (NBC) in Macon) 6 PM That Good Ole Nashville Music 6:30 Huntley-Brinkley Report 7 PM News, Sports, Weather 7:30 Andy Williams 8:30 Adam-12 9 PM NBC Movie: "In Enemy Country" 11:15 News, Weather, Sports 11:45 Movie: "Malaga" WTVD Ch. 11 Durham (CBS/NBC) 6:30 Summer Semester: "The Image And Its Speech" 7 AM Heckle And Jeckle 8 AM Jetsons 8:30 Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Hour 9:30 Dastardly & Muttley In Their Flying Machines 10 AM Wacky Races 10:30 Banana Splits 11:30 Flintstones 12 N Monkees 12:30 Perils Of Penelope Pitstop 1 PM New Adventures Of Superman 1:30 Sports Talk (local, with sports director Don Shea) 2 PM Baseball Pre-Game Show 2:15 Baseball (see Ch. 6) 5 PM Golf: Western Open (third round, time approximate) 6 PM All-American College Show 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Bill Cosby (guest: Wally Cox NBC, delay from Sun 8:30 PM) 7:30 Jackie Gleason 8:30 My Three Sons 9 PM NBC Movie: "In Enemy Country" (NOTE: this is the arrangement that pushed Ch. 28 to complain to the FCC about Ch. 11's ability to cherry-pick CBS and NBC; 28 had "Green Acres," "Petticoat Junction," and "Mannix," but too many Triangle viewers were opting to watch them on either WFMY or WNCT. WTVD became CBS exclusively in September 1971.) 11:15 News, Weather, Sports 11:45 Saturday Tonight Show WNBE (WCTI) Ch. 12 New Bern (ABC) 7 AM Cisco Kid 7:30 King And Odie 7:45 Telestory 8 AM Adventures Of Gulliver 8:30 Smokey Bear 9 AM Cattanooga Cats 10 AM Hot Wheels 10:30 Hardy Boys

11 AM Sky Hawks 11:30 George Of The Jungle 12 N Get It Together 12:30 American Bandstand 1:30 Movies: "Outlaw's Son" and "Terror In A Texas Town" 4:30 Sports Hot Seat 5 PM Wide World Of Sports 6:30 Indianapolis 500 Report 7 PM That Good Ole Nashville Music 7:30 Let's Make A Deal 8 PM Newlywed Game 8:30 Lawrence Welk 9:30 Jimmy Durante Presents The Lennon Sisters Hour 10:30 Championship Wrestling (probably from Raleigh) 11:30 Movie: "King Kong" (the original with Fay Wray, from '33) WSJS (WXII) Ch. 12 Winston-Salem (NBC) 7 AM Farm Report 7:30 Cartoons 8 AM Heckle And Jeckle 9 AM Here Comes The Grump 9:30 Pink Panther 10 AM H.R. Pufnstuf 10:30 Banana Splits 11:30 Flintstones 12 N Jambo 12:30 Underdog 1 PM Sugarfoot 2 PM Baseball Pre-Game Show 2:15 Baseball (see Ch. 6) 5 PM Dobie Gillis (time approximate) 5:30 Industry On Parade (another one of those programs inserted to fill time) 5:45 Parsons To Persons 6 PM News, Sports, Weather 6:30 Huntley-Brinkley Report 7 PM Horse Racing 7:30 Andy Williams 8:30 Adam-12 9 PM NBC Movie: "In Enemy Country" 11:15 News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Movie: "The Girl-Getters" (all that's remotely memorable about this '64 entry from England is that the Searchers sing the title song and I can't even tell you what it is) WBTW Ch. 13 Florence, SC (CBS) 7 AM Jim Nesbitt 8 AM Jetsons 8:30 Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Hour 9:30 Dastardly & Muttley In Their Flying Machines 10 AM Wacky Races 10:30 Scooby Doo, Where Are You? 11 AM Archie Comedy Hour 12 N Monkees

12:30 Perils Of Penelope Pitstop 1 PM New Adventures Of Superman 1:30 Jonny Quest 2 PM Cheyenne 3 PM Bronco 4 PM Wrestling (same as WBTV) 5 PM Golf: Western Open (third round) 6 PM Roller Derby 7 PM CBS News 7:30 Jackie Gleason 8:30 My Three Sons 9 PM Green Acres 9:30 Petticoat Junction 10 PM Mannix 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Laredo WCCB Ch. 18 Charlotte (ABC) 7:30 Agriculture 8 AM Adventures Of Gulliver 8:30 Smokey Bear 9 AM Cattanooga Cats 10 AM Hot Wheels 10:30 Hardy Boys 11 AM Sky Hawks 11:30 George Of The Jungle 12 N Get It Together 12:30 American Bandstand 1:30 Scene Seventy 2:30 Upbeat 3:30 Gidget 4 PM Granny Nolan (kids' show) 5 PM Wide World Of Sports 6:30 Quest For Adventure 7 PM Call Of The West 7:30 Let's Make A Deal 8 PM Newlywed Game 8:30 Lawrence Welk 9:30 Jimmy Durante Presents The Lennon Sisters Hour 10:30 Movie: TBA 12:30 ABC News WRDU (WRDC) Ch. 28 Durham (NBC/CBS) 9 AM Here Comes The Grump 9:30 Pink Panther 10 AM H.R. Pufnstuf 10:30 Scooby Doo, Where Are You? 11 AM Archie Comedy Hour 12 N Jambo 12:30 Underdog 1 PM Skippy The Bush Kangaroo 1:30 Jonny Quest 2 PM Movies: TBA

5:30 Championship Wrestling From Florida 6:30 My Favorite Martian 7 PM Amateur Hour (the dancing Sessionettes; singers Scott Armstrong, Doreen Sanforatta, and Ronald Gentry; accordionist John Ollie; novelty instrumentalist Dick Hammond; the High Flying Morats; the Adazio Dancers; tap dancer Kay Roberts CBS delay from Sun 5:30 PM) 7:30 Andy Williams 8:30 F Troop 9 PM Green Acres 9:30 Petticoat Junction 10 PM Mannix 11 PM Movie: "Shine On, Harvest Moon" WCTU (WCNC) Ch. 36 Charlotte (Ind.) 2:30 Country & Western 3 PM Wally Gator 3:30 Touche Turtle 4 PM Lippy Lion 4:30 Augie Doggie 5 PM Movie: "Frontier Badmen" 6:30 CBS News (pre-empted on WBTV) 7 PM Wagon Train 8:30 Championship Wrestling From Florida 9:30 Movies: "Hold That Ghost" and "In The Navy" (both with Abbott and Costello) WTVI Ch. 42 Charlotte (NET) off air on Saturday WUBC (WMYV) Ch. 48 Greensboro (Ind.) 1 PM Movie: "The Singing Kid" (Al Jolson, from '36) 2:30 Upbeat 3:30 Gideon (appears to be an English adventure show) 4:30 The Baron 5:30 Wrestling (don't know from where) 6:30 Big Picture 7 PM Roller Derby 8 PM Woody Greeson (local country singer who still performs in Triad nightclubs) 10 PM Corn Pone 10:30 Movies: "Blazing Sixes" (not to be confused with "Blazing Saddles") and "Trailin' West" (not to be confused with "Trails West") Philadelphia Network Stations - June 1990 Since I posted the June 1990 listings for the Philadelphia indies, I figured I'd post the Philadelphia network stations as well. Philadelphia network stations - June 1990 Source: TV Guide, June 9-15, 1990

KYW-TV 3 (NBC) Saturday 6AM - This 'N That 6:30 - Vegetable Soup 7AM - Paid Programming 7:30 - Carrascolendas 8AM - Kissyfur 8:30 - Camp Candy 9AM - Captain N: The Game Master 9:30 - Karate Kid 10AM - The Smurfs 11AM - Paid Programming Noon - America's Top 10 12:30 - Entertainment This Week 1:30 - Golf Show 2PM - Insport 2:30 - Sportstest '90: Spring 3PM - French Open 6PM - Eyewitness News 6:30 - NBC News 7PM - City Lights 7:30 - Missing/Reward 8PM - My Two Dads 8:30 - Amen 9PM - Golden Girls 9:30 - Singer & Sons 10PM - Empty Nest 10:30 - FM 11PM - Eyewitness News 11:30 - Saturday Night Live (Christopher Walken hosts) 1AM - Movie: Diabolique (1954) 3:30 - City Lights 4AM - off-air Sunday 6AM - Farm, Home and Garden 6:30 - Wall Street Journal Report 7AM - Connections 7:30 - Sunday Today 8:30 - Meet the Press 9AM - French Open 2PM - Witness to Survival 2:30 - Super Sports Follies 3PM - Boxing 4PM - Sportsworld 6PM - Eyewitness News 6:30 - NBC News 7PM - Magical World of Disney: Ernest Goes to Camp (1987) 9PM - NBC Sunday Night at the Movies: Gremlins (1984) 11:15 - Eyewitness News 11:50 - Women's Golf Highlights 12:05 - Movie: Will, G. Gordon Liddy (1982) 1:55 - Byron Allen 2:55 - George Michael Sports Machine 3:25 - off-air

Monday-Friday 4:55 - This Morning's Business 5:25 - Farm, Home and Garden 5:30 - Morning Stretch 6AM - NBC News 6:30 - Eyewitness News 7AM - Today 9AM - Santa Barbara 10AM - House Party 11AM - Golden Girls 11:30 - 227 Noon - Eyewitness News 12:30 - Generations 1PM - Days of Our Lives 2PM - Another World 3PM - Joan Rivers 4PM - Geraldo 5PM - A Current Affair 5:30 - Eyewitness News 6:30 - NBC News 7PM - Entertainment Tonight 7:30 - Evening Magazine 8PM - Where's Rodney? (Monday) Matlock (Tuesday) Unsolved Mysteries (Wednesday) The Cosby Show (Thursday) Baywatch (Friday) 8:30 - Hogan Family (Monday) A Different World (Thursday) 9PM - NBC Monday Night at the Movies: Those She Left Behind (1989) (Monday) In the Heat of the Night (Tuesday) Singer & Sons (Wednesday) Cheers (Thursday) NBC Movie: Elvira, Mistress of the Dark (1988) (Friday) 9:30 - Dear John (Wednesday) Seinfeld (Thursday) 10PM - Midnight Caller (Tuesday) Quantum Leap (Wednesday) L.A. Law (Thursday) 11PM - Eyewitness News 11:30 - The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson 12:30 - Late Night with David Letterman 1:30 - Evening Magazine (early Tues.-early Fri.) Friday Night Videos (early Sat.) 2AM - Entertainment Tonight 2:30 - Eyewitness News (early Tues.-early Fri.) Evening Magazine (early Sat.) 3AM - Movies (early Tues.-early Fri.) Green Grow the Rushes (1951) (early Tues.) Up the Creek (1958) (early Wed.) Hell Is a City (1960) (early Thurs.) When Women Had Tails (1970) (early Fri.) Entertainment Tonight (early Sat.) 4:55 - This Morning's Business WPVI-TV 6 (ABC)

Saturday 6AM - Perspective: Delaware 6:30 - Perspective: Youth 7AM - Chief Halftown 7:30 - Captain Noah and His Magical Ark 8AM - A Pup Named Scooby-Doo 8:30 - Disney's Gummi Bears, Winnie the Pooh 9:30 - Slimer! And the Real Ghostbusters 10:30 - Beetlejuice 11AM - The Bugs Bunny and Tweety Show Noon - Perspective: Delaware 12:30 - Perspective: New Jersey 1PM - Golf (Senior TPC third-round) 3PM - Bowling (PBA Senior Invitational final round) 4:30 - Belmont Stakes 6PM - Action News 6:30 - ABC World News Saturday 7PM - Bright Futures (Prime Time with Gary Papa normally aired here. RIP Gary) 7:30 - Visions 8PM - Mission: Impossible (1980s) 9PM - Columbo 11PM - Action News 11:30 - Million Dollar Movie - Having It All (1982) 1:30 - Action News (rebroadcast) 2AM - Cinema 6: Dirty Mary Crazy Larry (1974) 3:50 - ABC News 4:05 - off-air Sunday 6AM - Perspective 6:30 - Perspective 7AM - Changes 7:30 - Dialogue 8AM - Larry Ferrari 8:30 - Church Service 9AM - Puerto Rican Panorama 9:30 - Inside Story 10AM - Business World 10:30 - Action News Issues and Answers 11AM - This Week with David Brinkley Noon - Movie: The Pigeon That Took Rome (1962) 2PM - Greatest Sports Legends 2:30 - Future Legends of Baseball 3:30 - Golf (Senior Tournament Players Championship final round) 5:30 - U.S. Open Golf Preview 6PM - Action News 6:30 - ABC World News Sunday 7PM - Sea World Summer Night Magic 8PM - America's Funniest Home Videos 8:30 - ABC Sunday Night Movie: Prizzi's Honor (1985) 11:15 - Action News 11:45 - Million Dollar Movie: Urban Cowboy (1980) 2:20 - Action News (rebroadcast) 2:50 - Cinema 6: Move (1970) 4:15 - ABC News 4:30 - off-air

Monday-Friday 5AM - AM/Philadelphia: A Second Look 5:30 - Good Morning 6AM - ABC News 6:30 - Action News 7AM - Good Morning America 9AM - Donahue 10AM - AM/Philadelphia 10:30 - Sally Jessy Raphael 11:30 - The Home Show (joined in progress) Noon - Action News 12:30 - Loving 1PM - All My Children 2PM - One Life to Live 3PM - General Hospital 4PM - The Oprah Winfrey Show (Monday-Wednesday, Friday) ABC Afterschool Special: Just Tipsy, Honey (1988) (Thursday) 5PM - Action News 6PM - Action News 6:30 - ABC World News Tonight 7PM - Jeopardy! 7:30 - Wheel of Fortune 8PM - MacGyver (Monday) Who's the Boss (Tuesday) Growing Pains (Wednesday) Father Dowling Mysteries (Thursday) 8:30 - The Wonder Years (Tuesday) Head of the Class (Wednesday) 9PM - ABC Monday Night Movie: Rough Cut (1980) (Monday) Roseanne (Tuesday) Doogie Howser, M.D. (Wednesday) The Young Riders (Thursday) 9:30 - Coach (Tuesday) Brewster Place (Wednesday) 10PM - Thirtysomething (Tuesday) Equal Justice (Wednesday) PrimeTime Live (Thursday) 11PM - Action News 11:30 - Nightline (Monday-Wednesday) U.S. Open Golf Highlights (Thursday-Friday) 12AM Million Dollar Movie (early Tues.-early Thurs.) Monday - Marshal of Madrid (1971) Tuesday - Hardcore (1979) Wednesday - Man on a Swing (1974) Nightline (early Fri.-early Sat.) 12:30 - Million Dollar Movie: Tempest (1982) (early Fri.) Million Dollar Movie: Modern Girls (1986) (early Sat.) 2AM - Action News (rebroadcast) (early Tues.) 2:10 - Action News (rebroadcast) (early Wed.-early Thurs.) 2:15 - Action News (rebroadcast) (early Sat.) 2:30 - Perspective (early Tues.) 2:40 - Perspective (early Thurs.) 2:45 - Cinema 6: John and Mary (1969) (early Sat.) 3:10 - off-air (early Thurs.) Action News (rebroadcast) (early Fri.)

3:40 - Perspective (early Fri.) 4:10 - off-air (early Fri.) 4:30 - off-air (early Sat.) WCAU-TV 10 (CBS) Saturday 6AM - Candy Apple News Company 7AM - Young Universe 7:30 - Dr. Fad 8AM - Dink, the Little Dinosaur 8:30 - California Raisins 9AM - Jim Henson's Muppet Babies 10AM - Pee-wee's Playhouse 10:30 - Garfield and Friends 11:30 - Rude Dog & The Dweebs Noon - Adventures of Raggedy Ann & Andy 12:30 - CBS Storybreak 1PM - Sports Saturday (College World Series Championship game) 4PM - Golf (Western Open third-round) 6PM - Channel 10 News 6:30 - CBS News 7PM - The People 7:30 - Siskel & Ebert (Gene Siskel and Roger Ebert review "Dick Tracy" and "Another 48 Hrs.") 8PM - Paradise 9PM - Beauty and the Beast (repeat of pilot episode) 10PM - Tour of Duty 11PM - Channel 10 News 11:30 - Magnum, p.i. 12:30 - Movie: The Eagle Has Landed (1977) 3:10 - Movie: Betrayal (1974) 4:45 - Movie: Sorority Kill (1974) Sunday 6AM - Literacy: A Path to Personhood 6:30 - The People 7AM - Singstation 7:30 - Horizons 8AM - Over 50 8:30 - News Forum 9AM - CBS News Sunday Morning 10:30 - Face the Nation 11:30 - Penn Relays Highlights Noon - Sports Sunday 1PM - Golf ($1,000,000 Western Open final-round) 3:30 - NBA Finals: Game 3 6PM - CBS News 6:30 - Channel 10 News 7PM - 60 Minutes 8PM - Murder, She Wrote 9PM - CBS Sunday Night Movie: Trouble in Paradise (1989) 11PM - Channel 10 News 11:30 - Sunday Night Sports Final 12AM - Quincy 1AM - Hart to Hart 2AM - CBS News Nightwatch

Monday-Friday 6AM - Hard Copy 6:30 - CBS News 7AM - This Morning 9AM - Regis & Kathie Lee 10AM - Family Feud 10:30 - Wheel of Fortune (daytime version) 11AM - Price is Right Noon - Channel 10 News 12:30 - The Young and the Restless 1:30 - The Bold and the Beautiful 2PM - As the World Turns 3PM - Guiding Light 4PM - People's Court 4:30 - Newhart 5PM - The Cosby Show 5:30 - Channel 10 News 6:30 - CBS News 7PM - Family Feud 7:30 - Inside Edition 8PM - Major Dad (Monday) Rescue 911 (Tuesday) Jake and the Fatman (Wednesday) 48 Hours (Thursday) Most Dangerous Game (Friday) 8:30 - Sydney (Monday) 9PM - Murphy Brown (Monday) NBA Finals: Game 4 (Tuesday) Circus of the Stars (Wednesday) NBA Finals: Game 5 (Thursday) CBS Movie: Terror on Highway 91 (1989) 9:30 - Designing Women (Monday) 10PM - Newhart (Monday) 10:30 - Dave Thomas (Monday) 11PM - Channel 10 News (Monday, Wednesday, Friday) 11:30 - Wiseguy (Monday, Wednesday) Channel 10 News (Tuesday, Thursday) 21 Jump Street (Friday) 12AM - Wiseguy (early Wed.) Night Heat (early Thurs.) 12:40 - Stingray (early Tues.) Night Heat (early Thurs.) CBS Late Movie: Run till You Fall (1988) (early Sat.) 1:10 - Stingray (early Wed.) Prisoner (early Thurs.) 1:45 - CBS News Nightwatch (early Tues., early Thurs.) 2:15 - CBS News Nightwatch (early Wed., early Fri.) 2:45 - Hart to Hart (early Sat.) 3:45 - Movie: A Double Life (1978) (early Sat.) Philadelphia independents - June 1990 Philadelphia independents - June 9-15, 1990 Source: TV Guide, June 9-15, 1990

WPHL-TV 17 (Ind.) Saturday 6AM - Paid Programming 6:30 - Richard Roberts 7AM - Paid Programming 7:30 - The 700 Club 8:30 - James Robison 9AM - Jimmy Swaggart 10AM - Rodeo 11AM - American Gladiators Noon - NWA Wrestling 1PM - WWF Wrestling Spotlight 2PM - Knight Rider 3PM - Knight Rider 4PM - The A-Team 5PM - The A-Team 6PM - Superboy 6:30 - My Secret Identity 7PM - Sledge Hammer! 7:30 - Out of This World 8PM - Movie: Submarine X-1 (1969) 10PM - Paid Programming 12AM - Paid Programming 2AM - Delaware Valley Forum 2:30 - off-air Sunday 6AM - Paid Programming 6:30 - David DeMola 7AM - Oral Roberts 7:30 - World Tomorrow 8AM - Jerry Falwell 9AM - Robert Schuller 10AM - Tom and Jerry 10:30 - New Lassie 11AM - Superboy 11:30 - My Secret Identity Noon - Movie: He-Man and the Battle for Primus (1990) 2PM - Movie: Cry Freedom (1987) 6PM - Crazy like a Fox 7PM - Matt Houston 8PM - Real to Reel 8:30 - Paid Programming 9:30 - Delaware Valley Forum 10PM - In Touch 11:00 - Paid Programming 11:30 - Larry Jones 12AM - The 700 Club 1:00 - off-air Monday-Friday 5AM - Delaware Valley Forum 5:30 - Richard Roberts 6AM - Jimmy Swaggart 6:30 - Paid Programming

7AM - The Flintstones 7:30 - C.O.P.S. 8AM - Tom and Jerry 8:30 - Maxie's World 9AM - Paid Programming 9:30 - Project 90 10AM - The 700 Club 11AM - Good Times 11:30 - Mork & Mindy Noon - The Fall Guy 1PM - Hogan's Heroes 1:30 - Hogan's Heroes 2PM - McHale's Navy 2:30 - Silver Spoons 3PM - Police Academy 3:30 - The Real Ghostbusters 4PM - Alvin & The Chipmunks 4:30 - Tom and Jerry 5PM - Good Times 5:30 - Diff'rent Strokes 6PM - Diff'rent Strokes 6:30 - The Facts of Life 7PM - Who's the Boss? 7:30 - Kate & Allie 8PM Monday - Movie: Tough Guys Don't Dance (1987) Tuesday - Movie: Night Moves (1975) Wednesday - Movie: Cat People (1982) Thursday - Movie: Ghost Story (1981) Friday - Movie: Ghost Writer (1990) 10PM Sanford & Son 10:30 WKRP in Cincinnati 11PM New Twilight Zone 11:30 Monday - Movie: Just Tell Me What You Want (1980) Tuesday - Movie: A Change of Seasons (1980) Wednesday - Movie: I Ought to Be in Pictures (1982) Thursday - Movie: The Mirror Crack'd (1980) Friday - American Gladiators 12:30 - Krush Rap (early Sat.) 1:30 Paid Programming 3AM Early Tues. - Movie: The Survival of Dana (1979) Early Wed. - Movie: Killpoint (1984) Early Thurs. - Movie: Mirage (1965) Early Fri. - Movie: Once in Paris (1978) Early Sat. - Movie: I Will Fight No More Forever (1975) WTXF-TV 29 (Fox) Saturday 5AM - Benson 5:20 - Paid Programming 6AM - Paid Programming 8AM - Newsprobe 8:30 - Paid Programming 9:30 - Insport

10AM - War of the Worlds 11AM - WWF Wrestling Challenge Noon - WWF Superstars of Wrestling 1PM - Star Trek 2PM - Phillies Preview 2:15 - Baseball: Phillies vs. Cubs 5PM - Friday the 13th: The Series 6PM - Family Ties 6:30 - Cheers 7PM - Star Trek: The Next Generation 8PM - Cops 8:30 - Totally Hidden Video 9PM - Open House 9:30 - The Tracey Ullman Show 10PM - The Ten O'Clock News 10:30 - Dionne and Friends 11PM - Arsenio Hall 12AM - Comic Strip Live 1AM - Paid Programming 2:30 - Movie: Bedlam (1946) 4AM - The Dukes of Hazzard Sunday 5AM - The Dukes of Hazzard 6AM - Man to Man 6:30 - Paid Programming 7AM - D. James Kennedy 7:30 - Larry Jones 8AM - Paddington Bear 8:30 - Fantastic Max 9AM - Richie Rich 9:30 - Further Adventures of Superted 10AM - Three Stooges Noon - Star Trek: The Next Generation 1PM - Dick Tracy: Behind the Scenes 1:30 - This Week in Baseball 2PM - Phillies Preview 2:15: Baseball: Phillies vs. Cubs 5PM - Friday the 13th: The Series 6PM - Freddy's Nightmares 7PM - The Outsiders 8PM - America's Most Wanted 8:30 - The Simpsons 9PM - Married... with Children 9:30 - In Living Color 10PM - The Ten O'Clock News 10:30 - Booker 11:30 - Kenneth Copeland 12:30 - Ever Increasing Faith 1:30 - Paid Programming 2:30 - off-air Monday-Friday: 5:45 - Community Update 6AM - Morris Cerullo 6:30 - Larry Lea

7AM - Scooby-Doo 7:30 - Fun House 8AM - Jetsons 8:30 - Yogi Bear 9AM - Bewitched 9:30 - Gilligan's Island 10AM - Perfect Strangers (preempted from WPVI) 10:30 - What's Happening!! 11AM - I Dream of Jeannie 11:30 - It's a Living Noon - Divorce Court 12:30 - The Judge 1PM - Highway to Heaven 2PM - Gilligan's Island 2:30 - Scooby-Doo 3PM - Woody Woodpecker 3:30 - Jim Henson's Muppet Babies 4PM - DuckTales 4:30 - Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers 5PM - Mr. Belvedere 5:30 - Family Ties 6PM - Cheers 6:30 - Cheers 7PM - Night Court 7:30 - M*A*S*H (Monday-Wednesday, Friday) Baseball: Chicago Cubs at Philadelphia Phillies (Thursday) 8PM - 21 Jump Street (Monday) Movie: The China Syndrome (Tuesday) Fox Night at the Movies: Less Than Zero (1987) (Wednesday) Movie: Murder in Coweta County (1983) (Friday) 9PM - Alien Nation 10PM - The Ten O'Clock News 11PM - Love Connection 11:30 - Arsenio Hall 12:30 - Night Music (early Tues.) Star Trek: The Next Generation (early Wed.-early Fri.) It's Showtime at the Apollo (early Sat.) 1:30 - Paid Programming (early Tues.-early Fri.) War of the Worlds (early Sat.) 2:30 - Lords of Hollywood (early Tues.) Movie: Swing Time (1936) (early Wed.) Movie: Shall We Dance (1937) (early Thurs.) Baseball: Chicago Cubs at Philadelphia Phillies (repeat) (early Fri.) Movie: The Story of Vernon and Irene Castle (1939) (early Sat.) 3:30 - Movie - Top Hat (1935) (early Tues.) 4:15 - The Dukes of Hazzard (early Sat.) WGBS-TV 57 (Ind.) Saturday 5AM - Home Shopping Spree 6AM - Paid Programming 10AM - New Homes Report 10:30 - Paid Programming 11AM - G.L.O.W. Women's Wrestling Noon - Soul Train 1PM - Bionic Woman

2PM - Movie: The Man with the X-Ray Eyes (1963) 4PM - Movie: Kingdom of the Spiders (1977) 6PM - Tales from the Darkside 6:30 - Monsters 7PM - Charles in Charge 7:30 - Mama's Family 8PM - Movie: The Rare Breed (1966) 10PM - Cousteau's Rediscovery of the World 11PM - Tales from the Darkside 11:30 - Monsters 12AM - Secrets & Mysteries 1AM - Smash Hits 1:30 - Paid Programming 2AM - Home Shopping Spree Sunday 5AM - Home Shopping Spree 6AM - Ethiopia at the Crossroads 6:30 - How on Earth are the Children 7AM - Paid Programming 9AM - Bugs Bunny and Friends 9:30 - Popeye 10AM - NWA Wrestling 11AM - Lone Ranger Noon - Kung Fu 1PM - Bonanza 2PM - Movie: The Princess and the Cabbie (1981) 4PM - Movie: The Son of Monte Cristo (1940) 6PM - Movie: House of Games (1987) 8PM - Star Search 9PM - Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous 10PM - Paid Programming 11PM - Crime Stoppers 11:30 - Evergreen 1:30 - Paid Programming 2AM - off-air Monday-Friday: 5AM Success-N-Life 6AM - Profiles 6:30 - Care Bears 7AM - Inspector Gadget 7:30 - The Bozo Show 8:30 - Popeye 9AM - Success-N-Life 10AM - Paid Programming 10:30 - Everyday 11AM - Dallas Noon - The Greatest American Hero 1PM - Bionic Woman 2PM - Abbott and Costello 2:30 - Bugs Bunny and Friends 3PM - Denver, the Last Dinosaur 3:30 - Dennis the Menace 4PM - The Super Mario Bros. Super Show! 4:30 - Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

5PM - Dick Tracy (cartoon) 5:30 - Gimme a Break! 6PM - Kung Fu 7PM - Happy Days 7:30 - Mama's Family 8PM - Movie: The Last Chase (1981) (Monday) Movie: He's My Girl (1987) (Tuesday) Movie: Covert Action (1978) (Wednesday) Movie: House of Games (1987) (Thursday) Movie: Sex and the Single Parent (1979) (Friday) 10PM - Streets of San Francisco 11PM - Brothers 11:30 - Maude 12AM - Alfred Hitchcock 1AM - Paid Programming 2AM - Home Shopping Spree 10AM - Perfect Strangers (preempted from WPVI) This would be the last ABC show that WTXF would pick up. Sad Having WPVI and WNEP from Scranton where I lived at the time, and both airing news at noon, I was hoping WTXF would pick up "Match Game" when it premiered in July but they went with more "What's Happening!" instead. Retro: Central Florida Monday, June 11, 1973 From TV Guide, Central Florida Edition NOTE: Watergate hearings are not scheduled for today but a change would pre-empt regular programming on some channels. WESH Ch. 2 Daytona Beach/Orlando (NBC) 6:30 Your Future Is Now 7 AM Today (Merle Oberon discusses her directing debut in "Interval." Frank McGee is host, with Barbara Walters and Gene Shalit.) 9 AM Phil Donahue (guest is Congresswoman Shirley Chisholm (Democrat-New York) 10 AM Dinah's Place (Florence Henderson uses her son Joey as model for hair-cutting techniques; nutritional deficiencies in teen-age fad diets) 10:30 Baffle (Bill Bixby, Nanette Fabray) 11 AM Sale Of The Century 11:30 Hollywood Squares (Charo, Nanette Fabray, Arthur Godfrey, Jan Murray, Hugh O'Brian, Karen Valentine, Demond Wilson, Charley Weaver, Paul Lynde) 12 N Jeopardy! 12:30 News 12:55 NBC News (Edwin Newman) 1 PM I Love Lucy 1:30 Three On A Match 2 PM Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 3:30 Return To Peyton Place

4 PM Somerset 4:30 Bonanza 5:30 News 6:30 NBC News (John Chancellor) 7 PM To Tell The Truth (Peggy Cass, Gene Rayburn, Gene Shalit, talk-show hostess Sherrye Henry) 7:30 Untamed World 8 PM Baseball Pre-Game Show 8:15 Baseball: Giants-Mets (Bobby Riggs is guest announcer; alternate game: Cardinals-Reds) 11 PM News (time approximate) 11:30 Tonight Show (John Denver substitutes for Johnny) WEDU Ch. 3 Tampa (PBS) 3:30 Carrascolendas 4 PM Sesame Street 5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 5:30 Electric Company 6 PM Sesame Street 7 PM Consultation 7:30 Homemaking Today 8 PM Joyce Chen's China (the Boston restaurateur returns to her homeland after 24 years away) 9 PM The Advocates (should TV stations' licenses be awarded for five years instead of three?) 10 PM The Descendents (Alexander Graham Bell is the subject) sign off 11 PM WDBO (WKMG) Ch. 6 Orlando (CBS) 6:15 Sunshine Almanac 6:30 Summer Semester: "The Immigrant In American Life" 7 AM CBS News (John Hart) 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Perry Mason 10 AM Joker's Wild 10:30 $10,000 Pyramid 11 AM Gambit 11:30 Love Of Life 11:55 CBS News (Douglas Edwards) 12 N Secret Storm (delay from 4 PM) 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM News 1:30 As The World Turns 2 PM Guiding Light 2:30 Edge Of Night 3 PM Price Is Right 3:30 Hollywood's Talking 4 PM Merv Griffin (Robert Conrad, Forrest Tucker, Gianni Russo of "The Godfather") 5:30 Hogan's Heroes 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News (Walter Cronkite) 7 PM Truth Or Consequences 7:30 What's My Line?

8 PM Gunsmoke 9 PM Here's Lucy (impressionist Jim Bailey stands in for Phyllis Diller when the real Phyllis has to miss a benefit) 9:30 Doris Day 10 PM Medical Center 11 PM News 11:30 CBS Movie: "Half A Sixpence" WFLA Ch. 8 Tampa (NBC) 6:15 Today In Florida 7 AM Today 9 AM Movie: "The Barbarian And The Geisha" (Part 1) 10:20 Fashions In Sewing 10:30 Baffle 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 News 1:30 Three On A Match 2 PM Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 3:30 Return To Peyton Place 4 PM Somerset 4:30 Merv Griffin (Trini Lopez, Jaye P. Morgan, Fred Williamson, Richard Dawson, Margot Kidder) 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News 7 PM What's My Line? 7:30 To Tell The Truth (Joe Garagiola, Kitty Carlisle, Bill Cullen, Peggy Cass) 8 PM Baseball Pre-Game Show 8:15 Baseball (see Ch. 2) 11 PM News (time approximate) 11:30 Tonight Show WFTV Ch. 9 Orlando (ABC) 6 AM Sunrise Jubilee 7 AM Bozo 8 AM Mike Douglas (co-hostess Sally Struthers; Stanley Kramer, Faye Dunaway, comic Pat Cooper, plant expert Thalassa Cruso) 9 AM Movie: "A Dog Of Flanders" 11 AM Password (June Lockhart, Dick Sargent, week-behind from 12 N) 11:30 Bewitched 12 N News 12:30 Split Second 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 Movie: "Charlie Chan In Murder Over New York" 5:30 News 6:30 ABC News (Smith/Reasoner) 7 PM You Asked For It 7:30 Let's Make A Deal 8 PM The Rookies 9 PM ABC Movie: "Red Tomahawk" 11 PM News 11:30 Dick Cavett (Robert Mitchum, director Peter Yates, the Giglottos, an Illinois family mistakenly raided by narcotics agents) 1 AM Movie: "Black Fury" (the black having to do with a coal miner whose girlfriend jilts him for a company cop) WLCY (WTSP) Ch. 10 St. Petersburg (ABC) 7 AM 4-H Spotlite 7:15 Involvement 10 7:45 News 8 AM Morning Show (Russ Byrd) 8:30 Fran Carlton (exercises) 9 AM Romper Room 10 AM Leave It To Beaver 10:30 Paul Dixon 11 AM I Love Lucy 11:30 Bewitched 12 N Password (Elizabeth Montgomery, Jim and Henny Backus, Tom Kennedy, Jack Narz) 12:30 Split Second 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 Movie: "Sign Of The Pagan" 5:30 News 6 PM ABC News 6:30 I Dream Of Jeannie 7 PM Hollywood Squares (Bill Bixby, Glen Campbell, Janet Leigh, Don Rickles, Leslie Uggams, Karen Valentine, Wally Cox, Charley Weaver, Paul Lynde) 7:30 Police Surgeon 8 PM The Rookies 9 PM ABC Movie: "Red Tomahawk" 11 PM News 11:30 Dick Cavett WINK Ch. 11 Ft. Myers (CBS) 6:30 Sunshine Almanac 6:45 Good Morning 7 AM CBS News 8 AM Captain Kangaroo

9 AM Jack LaLanne 9:30 Sesame Street 10:30 Merv Griffin (from Las Vegas: Joel Grey, Wayne Newton, Paul Anka) 11:30 Love Of Life 11:55 CBS News 12 N Young And The Restless 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM Joker's Wild 1:30 As The World Turns 2 PM Guiding Light 2:30 Edge Of Night 3 PM Price Is Right 3:30 Hollywood's Talking 4 PM Secret Storm 4:30 Mike Douglas (co-hostess Jean Stapleton; Jean's husband Bill Putch, Jack Albertson, Cleo Laine, author Jerzy Kosinski) 6 PM News 7 PM CBS News 7:30 To Tell The Truth 8 PM Gunsmoke 9 PM Here's Lucy 9:30 Doris Day 10 PM Medical Center 11 PM News 11:30 CBS Movie: "Half A Sixpence" WTVT Ch. 13 Tampa (CBS) 6 AM Breakfast Beat 7 AM CBS News 7:30 Breakfast Beat 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Mike Douglas 10:30 $10,000 Pyramid 11 AM Gambit 11:30 Love Of Life 11:55 CBS News 12 N News 12:25 Tampa Bay Topics 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM Young And The Restless 1:30 As The World Turns 2 PM Guiding Light 2:30 Edge Of Night 3 PM Price Is Right 3:30 Hollywood's Talking 4 PM Big Valley 5 PM Bonanza 6 PM News 7 PM CBS News 7:30 Truth Or Consequences 8 PM Gunsmoke 9 PM Here's Lucy 9:30 Doris Day

10 PM Medical Center 11 PM News 11:30 CBS Movie: "Half A Sixpence" WUSF Ch. 16 Tampa (PBS) off air until fall WBBH Ch. 20 Ft. Myers (NBC/ABC) 6 AM Gulf Coast--Today 7 AM Today 9 AM What's Happening? 9:05 Star Trek 10 AM Dinah's Place 10:30 Baffle 11 AM Sale Of The Century 11:30 Hollywood Squares 12 N Jeopardy! 12:30 Who, What Or Where 12:55 News (local) 1 PM Brad Lacey 1:30 Three On A Match 2 PM Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 3:30 Return To Peyton Place 4 PM Somerset 4:30 Daniel Boone 5:30 Truth Or Consequences 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News 7 PM It Takes A Thief 8 PM Baseball Pre-Game Show 8:15 Baseball (see Ch. 2) 11 PM News (time approximate) 11:30 Tonight Show 1 AM It Takes A Thief WMFE Ch. 24 Orlando (PBS) 4 PM Sesame Street 5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 5:30 Electric Company 6 PM Sesame Street 7 PM Carrascolendas 7:30 The Chan-Ese Way 8 PM Joyce Chen's China 9 PM TBA 10 PM Playhouse New York Biography (a 1968 Italian film about Galileo) sign off 11:30 PM WXLT (WWSB) Ch. 40 Sarasota (ABC) 9 AM New Zoo Revue 9:30 Death Valley Days

10 AM Dinah's Place (pre-empted on Ch. 8) 10:30 Joker's Wild (pre-empted on Ch. 13) 11 AM Galloping Gourmet 11:30 Bewitched 12 N Password 12:30 Split Second 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 Love, American Style 4:30 Movie: "Fury Of The Apache" 6 PM News 6:30 ABC News 7 PM James Robison Crusade (first of three programs from Dallas; Tom Landry is the guest) 8 PM The Rookies 9 PM ABC Movie: "Red Tomahawk" 11 PM News 11:30 Dick Cavett WTOG Ch. 44 St. Petersburg (Ind.) 11:45 News 12 N Westerners (Johnny Ringo) 12:30 Not For Women Only 1 PM Star Time 2 PM The Saint 3 PM New Zoo Revue 3:30 Rocky And His Friends 4 PM Love, American Style (pre-empted on Ch. 10) 4:30 Addams Family 5 PM Batman (Van Williams and Bruce Lee appear as the Green Hornet and Kato to help catch Col. Gumm, played by Roger C. Carmel) 5:30 Gilligan's Island 6 PM Get Smart 6:30 Gomer Pyle, USMC 7 PM Petticoat Junction 7:30 Hogan's Heroes 8 PM Wild Wild West 9 PM Movie: "Count Three And Pray" 11 PM One Step Beyond 11:30 Movie: "The Devil And The Deep" Retro: Kentucky Thursday, June 11, 1970 From TV Guide, Kentucky Edition: WAVE Ch. 3 Louisville (NBC) 6:45 Today On The Farm 7 AM Today (sportswriter Leonard Koppett talks about

baseball's reserve clause; Francis Goldin of the National Tenants' Organization; Dan Robinson, author of a book on the world's most influential people) 9 AM Morning Show 9:55 News (Bob Kay) 10 AM It Takes Two (Gary Crosby, Pat Harrington, Gordon and Meredith MacRae) 10:25 NBC News (Nancy Dickerson) 10:30 Concentration 11 AM Sale Of The Century 11:30 Hollywood Squares (Marty Allen, Ernest Borgnine, Stu Gilliam, Juliet Mills, Susan Saint James, Paul Lynde) 12 N Jeopardy! 12:30 Who, What Or Where 12:55 NBC News (Floyd Kalber) 1 PM Mike Douglas (co-host Louis Armstrong; Anna Maria Alberghetti, singer Monti Rock) 2 PM Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World (then called "Another World/Bay City") 3:30 Bright Promise 4 PM Movie: "Blondie's Hero" 5:30 Flintstones 6 PM News, Weather And Sports 6:30 Huntley-Brinkley Report 7 PM Death Valley Days 7:30 Daniel Boone 8:30 Ironside 9:30 Close-Up 10 PM Dean Martin (guests: Ann-Margret and Bob Newhart) 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Tonight Show (guest: Dick Gregory) 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 Sale Of The Century 11:30 Hollywood Squares 12 N Bob Braun's 50-50 Club 1:30 Life With Linkletter (Peter Nero, Dr. Bernard Strehler, who tells how to add 20 years to your life) 2 PM Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 3:30 Bright Promise 4 PM Phil Donahue 5 PM Hazel 5:30 News, Weather And Sports 6:30 Huntley-Brinkley Report 7 PM F Troop

7:30 Daniel Boone 8:30 Ironside 9:30 Dragnet 1970 10 PM Dean Martin 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Tonight Show WCPO Ch. 9 Cincinnati (CBS) 5:50 Farm News 6 AM Summer Semester: "The Image And Its Speech" 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 Love Of Life (one of the few times I've seen this show on Ch. 9) 12 N News, Weather And Sports 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: "Louise" (Ronald Reagan stars in this one from '50) 6 PM News, Weather And Sports 6:30 CBS News (Walter Cronkite) 7 PM Truth Or Consequences 7:30 Family Affair 8 PM Jim Nabors Hour (Tennessee Ernie Ford, singer Julie Budd) 9 PM CBS Movie: "Island In The Sun" 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Merv Griffin (the show originates in Hollywood; Merv would move out there within the year) 1 AM Bible Answers 1:30 Local News WHAS Ch. 11 Louisville (CBS) 6:30 Summer Semester 7 AM CBS News 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM T-Bar-V Ranch 9:30 Edge Of Night 10 AM The Lucy Show 10:30 Beverly Hillbillies 11 AM Andy Griffith 11:30 Love Of Life 12 N Where The Heart Is 12:25 CBS News (Douglas Edwards) 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM News (Lee Denney) 1:30 As The World Turns 2 PM Love Is A Many Splendored Thing

2:30 Guiding Light 3 PM Secret Storm 3:30 Beat The Clock 4 PM Gomer Pyle, USMC 4:30 Perry Mason 5:30 Dick Van Dyke 6 PM News, Weather And Sports 7 PM CBS News 7:30 Family Affair 8 PM Jim Nabors Hour 9 PM CBS Movie: "Island In The Sun" 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Merv Griffin WKRC Ch. 12 Cincinnati (ABC) 7 AM Across The Fence 7:30 Discovery (Kianu, a giant killer whale, who is the star performer as California's Marine World, delay from Sun 11:30 AM) 8 AM Skipper Ryle And Bozo 9 AM Movie: "The Raid" 10:20 Fashions In Sewing 10:30 He Said! She Said! (Alan Alda, Shelley Berman, Art James, Gene Rayburn) 11 AM Galloping Gourmet 11:30 News, Weather, Sports 12 N The Best Of Everything 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 Addams Family 5 PM Rawhide 6 PM Burke's Law 7 PM News, Weather, Sports 7:30 Animal World (the African crocodile) 8 PM That Girl 8:30 Bewitched 9 PM This Is Tom Jones (Raquel Welch, Lou Rawls, Roy Clark, the Ace Trucking Company) 10 PM Harold Robbins' "The Survivors" (reruns of the entire 15-week primetime soap begin tonight) 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Dick Cavett (Hank Aaron is a guest) 1 AM With This Ring 1:15 News, Weather, Sports WKPC Ch. 15 Louisville (NET) 3:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 4 PM Sesame Street

5 PM Friendly Giant 5:15 Muffinland 5:30 What's New 6 PM Understanding Government 6:30 Understanding Politics 7 PM What's New 7:30 World We Live In (meteorologists and the equipment they use) 8 PM Washington Week In Review 8:30 NET Playhouse (Richard Kiley plays King Ethelred the Unready in "The Ceremony Of Innocence," a tale of a well-meaning but ultimately weak and incompetent English king whose reign spanned the 10th and 11th centuries.) sign off 10 PM WLEX Ch. 18 Lexington (NBC) 7 AM Today 9 AM Steve Allen (Milton Berle, Joanie Sommers) 10 AM It Takes Two 10:25 NBC News 10:30 Concentration 11 AM Sale Of The Century 11:30 Hollywood Squares 12 N News, Weather And Sports 12:30 Who, What Or Where 12:55 NBC News 1 PM Jeopardy! 1:30 Life With Linkletter 2 PM Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 3:30 Bright Promise 4 PM Somerset (then called "Another World/Somerset") 4:30 Flintstones 5 PM Timmy And Lassie 5:30 News, Weather And Sports 6:30 Huntley-Brinkley Report 7 PM Buck Owens (Conway Twitty, Susan Raye, the Hagers) 7:30 Daniel Boone 8:30 Big Valley 9:30 Dragnet 1970 10 PM Dean Martin 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Tonight Show 1 AM Take Five WXIX Ch. 19 Cincinnati (Ind.) 9 AM Judy Lynn (country music) 9:30 Andy Griffith (pre-empted on Ch. 9, delay of at least a week from 11 AM) 10 AM The Lucy Show (pre-empted on Ch. 9) 10:30 Romper Room 11:30 Movie Game (Robert Stack, Ruby Keeler, George Peppard, Forrest Tucker)

12 N Jeopardy! (pre-empted on Ch. 5) 12:30 Who, What Or Where (pre-empted on Ch. 5) 12:55 NBC News (pre-empted on Ch. 5) 1 PM Gomer Pyle, USMC (pre-empted on Ch. 9, delay of at least a week from 4 PM) 1:30 Movie: "Criminal Lawyer" 3:25 Paul Harvey 3:30 Quick Draw McGraw 4 PM Rocket Robin Hood 4:30 Three Stooges 5 PM Super Heroes 5:30 Ultra Man 6 PM Flintstones 6:30 Patty Duke 7 PM Batman 7:30 Beat The Clock 8 PM Game Game (question: "How much do you exaggerate?") 8:30 What's My Line? (Alan Alda, Arlene Francis, Meredith MacRae, Soupy Sales) 9 PM Movie: "Tulsa" 11 PM Can You Top This? (Steve Allen, Morey Amsterdam, Stu Gilliam) 11:30 Movie: "The Texas Rangers" WKYT Ch. 27 Lexington (CBS) 7 AM CBS News 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Town Talk (one of the guests is the Oakland Raiders' Roger Byrd, who talks about the new football school in Lexington) 10 AM The Lucy Show 10:30 Beverly Hillbillies 11 AM Galloping Gourmet 11:30 Love Of Life 12 N News, Weather And Sports 12:30 Mike Douglas (co-host Sammy Davis Jr.; Billy Paul) 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 Lion" (w/"Dialing For Dollars") 6 PM News, Weather And Sports 6:30 CBS News 7 PM F Troop 7:30 Family Affair 8 PM Jim Nabors Hour 9 PM CBS Movie: "Island In The Sun" 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Merv Griffin WLKY Ch. 32 Louisville (ABC) 7:30 Cartoons 8 AM Romper Room 8:30 Real McCoys 9 AM Jack LaLanne

9:30 Galloping Gourmet 10 AM He Said! She Said! (Keir Dullea, Regis Philbin, Earl Wilson) 10:30 The Best Of Everything 11 AM Bewitched 11:30 That Girl 12 N News, Weather And 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 Hazel 4 PM Dark Shadows 4:30 Batman (Vincent Price as Egghead) 5 PM I Love Lucy 5:30 News, Weather And Sports 6 PM Movie: "Flight To Fury" 7:30 Animal World 8 PM That Girl 8:30 Bewitched 9 PM This Is Tom Jones 10 PM Big Valley 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Movie: "The Breaking Point" (nothing to do with ABC's 1963 drama about psychiatrists, "Breaking Point," but a tale of a fishing-boat captain who becomes involved in a smuggling operation, from '50) WBLG Ch. 62 (WTVQ Ch. 36) Lexington (ABC) 7:50 News 8 AM Little Rascals 9 AM Romper Room 10 AM Movie: "Hit And Run" 11:55 News 12 N The Best Of Everything 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 Gilligan's Island 5 PM Roaring 20's 6 PM News, Weather And Sports 6:30 ABC News (Frank Reynolds/Howard K. Smith) 7 PM I Love Lucy 7:30 Animal World 8 PM That Girl 8:30 Bewitched 9 PM This Is Tom Jones 10 PM Harold Robbins' "The Survivors"

11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:05 Major Adams ("Wagon Train" reruns) sign off 12:05 AM E Kentucky Educational Television (WKZT/23 Elizabethtown, WKSO/29 Somerset, WKMR/38 Morehead, WKLE/46 Lexington, WKON/52 Owenton) (NET) 6 PM What's New 6:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 7 PM Sesame Street 8 PM Washington Week In Review 8:30 NET Playhouse 10 PM TBA 10:30 Conversation (topic: U.S. policy toward China) sign off 11 PM RETRO: Chicago and Rockford-Thursday, July 16, 1959 SOURCE: TV GUIDE CHICAGO EDITION [2] WBBM-TV (CBS) 6:40 THOUGHT FOR TODAY 6:45 FARM DAILY-George Menard 7:00 RAYNER SHINE-Ray Rayner 8:00 MORNIN MISS LEE 8:05 WEATHER-P.J. Hoff 8:10 NEWS-Frank Reynolds 8:15 CAPTAIN KANGAROO 9:00 ON THE GO-Jack Linkletter 9:30 SAM LEVENSON 10:00 I LOVE LUCY 10:30 TOP DOLLAR-Contest 11:00 LOVE OF LIFE 11:30 SEARCH FOR TOMORROW 11:45 GUIDING LIGHT 12:00 NEWS-Frank Reynolds 12:15 SHOPPING WITH MISS LEE 12:30 AS THE WORLD TURNS-Serial 1:00 FOR BETTER OR WORSE 1:30 HOUSE PARTY 2:00 BIG PAYOFF-Quiz 2:30 THE VERDICT IS YOURS 3:00 BRIGHTER DAY-Serial 3:15 SECRET STORM-Serial 3:30 EDGE OF NIGHT-Serial 4:00 SUSANS SHOW-Kids 4:30 MOVIE-The Man in the Tank (1942) 5:55 SPORTS-John Harrington 6:00 NEWS & WEATHER 6:15 CBS NEWS-Douglas Edwards 6:30 THE PLAYHOUSE-Drama [DEBUT] 7:00 DECEMBER BRIDE 7:30 YANCY DERRINGER

8:00 ZANE GREY THEATER 8:30 PLAYHOUSE 90-Shadows Tremble 10:00 NEWS/WEATHER/SPORTS 10:15 EVENING PERFORMANCE-Dillinger (1945) 12:00 MOVIE-The Ghost Comes Home (1940) [5] WNBQ (NBC) 6:15 TODAYS MEDITATION 6:20 TOWN & FARM [COLOR] 6:30 PAN AMERICAN CLASSROOM-Education [COLOR] 7:00 TODAY-Dave Garroway 9:00 DOUGH RE MI-Quizz 9:30 TREASURE HUNT 10:00 PRICE IS RIGHT 10:30 CONCENTRATION 11:00 TIC TAC DOUGH 11:30 IT COULD BE YOU 12:00 THE PEOPLES CHOICE-Comedy 12:30 LIFE OF RILEY 1:00 QUEEN FOR A DAY 1:30 COURT OF HUMAN RELATIONS-Advice 2:00 YOUNG DR. MALONE 2:30 FROM THESE ROOTS 3:00 TRUTH OR CONSEQUENCES-Quiz [COLOR] 3:30 COUNTY FAIR 4:00 ITS A GREAT LIFE-Comedy 4:30 ADVENTURES OF ROBIN HOOD 5:00 CHICAGO BANDSTAND [COLOR] 5:55 SPORTS-Norm Barry [COLOR] 6:00 NEWS/WEATHER [COLOR] 6:15 HUNTLEY/BRINKLEY REPORT 6:30 THE CALIFORNIANS-Western* 7:00 WHO PAYS?-Panel 7:30 LAWLESS YEARS 8:00 BATCHELOR FATHER-Comedy 8:30 21 BEACON STREET (no relation to the Jump street) 9:00 YOU BET YOUR LIFE 9:30 MASQUERADE PARTY [COLOR] 10:00 NEWS/WEATHER [COLOR] 10:15 JACK PARR 12:00 NEWS-Greg Donovan [COLOR] 12:05 PANIC!-Suspense 12:35 SECRET FILE, U.S.A. *An ad in TV Guide promoted The Sheriff of Cochise as airing at 6:30pm Thursday on WNBQ, while Californians was in the listings. [7] WBKB (ABC) 7:30 FACSIMILE-Norman Ross 8:30 TOM MERCEIN-Commentary 9:00 CREATIVE COOKERY 9:30 HERES GERALDINE-Kids 10:00 JOBBLEWOCKY PLACE-Kids 10:30 BEAT THE BUCS-Musical Quiz

11:30 MR. DISTRICT ATTORNEY 12:00 ACROSS THE BOARD-Game 12:30 PANTOMIME QUIZ 1:00 MUSIC BINGO 1:30 SUSIE-Comedy 2:00 DAY IN COURT-Drama 2:30 GALE STORM 3:00 BEAT THE CLOCK-Game 3:30 WHO DO YOU TRUST? 4:00 AMERICAN BANDSTAND 5:30 ADVENTURE TIME 6:00 NEWS/WEATHER 6:15 NEWS-Paul Harvey (local or national?) 6:30 PANTOMIME QUIZ 7:00 ZORRO 7:30 REAL MCCOYS 8:00 LEAVE IT TO BEAVER 8:30 ROUGH RIDERS 9:00 U.S. MARSHALL 9:30 PAROLE-Documentary 9:45 NORMAL ROSS-Commentary 9:55 WEATHER BY RADAR 10:00 MOVIE-Destination Murder (1950) 11:30 MARTY FAYE-Variety [9] WGN-TV (Independent) 8:30 PAUL FOGARTY [COLOR] 9:00 ROMPER ROOM [COLOR] 9:55 MORNING EDITION [COLOR] 10:00 TV THEATER-Drama 10:30 I MARRIED JOAN 11:00 FAN ALLISON-Variety 12:00 LUNCHTIME LITTLE THEATER 1:00 OUR MISS BROOKS 1:30 BATTING PRACTICE 1:40 LEAD-OFF MAN 1:55 BASEBALL-Brewers at Cubs 4:45 TENTH INNING 5:00 GARFIELD GOOSE [COLOR] 5:45 MAN ON THE STREET 6:00 SKY KING 6:30 BUGS BUNNY AND FRIENDS [COLOR] 7:00 NEWS-Lloyd Petit 7:15 SPORTS/WEATHER [COLOR] 7:30 TUGBOAT ANNIE 8:00 THIS IS ALICE-Comedy 8:30 DECOY-Police 9:00 WHIRLYBIRDS 9:30 MIKE HAMMER 10:00 MOVIE-The Great Garrick (1937) 11:30 NEWS-Carl Greyson 11:45 MOVIE-The Life of Jimmy Dolan (1933) [11] WTTW (Educational)

4pm SEW EASY 4:30 NUMBER OF THINGS-Kids 4:45 FRIENDLY GIANT-Kids 5:00 TOTEM CLUB-Kids 5:30 ATOMIC AGE PHYSICS-Lessons 27 & 28 6:30 COLLEGE PREP-English 7:00 COLLEGE PREP-Mathematics 7:30 SURVIVAL IN THE SEA-Science 8:00 GREAT BOOKS-Discussion 8:30 EINS ZWEI DREI-German 9:00 HERITAGE-Discussion 9:30 OFFICE OF INQUIRY-Discussion 10:00 NEWS PERSPECTIVE 10:15 REDISCOVERING POETRY 10:30 ASTRONOMY FOR YOU!-Science [13] WREX (CBS/ABC) Rockford, IL 7:30 KIDDIE CARTOONS 8:00 NEWS-Blair Clark 8:15 CAPTAIN KANGAROO 9:00 ON THE GO 9:30 SAM LEVENSON 10:00 I LOVE LUCY 10:30 TOP DOLLAR 11:00 LOVE OF LIFE 11:30 SEARCH FOR TOMORROW 11:45 GUIDING LIGHT 12:00 WEATHER-Rollie Spongberg (?!) 12:05 MARKET REPORT 12:10 LUNCHEON WITH RODDY MAC 12:20 NEWS-Chuck Cremer 12:30 AS THE WORLD TURNS 1:00 FOR BETTER OR WORSE 1:30 HOUSE PARTY 2:00 BIG PAYOFF 2:30 VERDICT IS YOURS 3:00 BRIGHTER DAY 3:15 SECRET STORM 3:30 EDGE OF NIGHT 4:00 AMERICAN BANDSTAND 5:00 HUCKLEBERRY HOUND 5:30 ADVENTURE TIME 6:00 SPORTS-Mike Roberts 6:15 CBS NEWS-Douglas Edwards 6:30 ZANE GREY THEATER (one week delay) 7:00 DECEMBER BRIDE 7:30 YANCY DERRINGER 8:00 LEAVE IT TO BEAVER 8:30 PLAYHOUSE 90 10:00 NEWS/WEATHER/SPORTS 10:25 ON THE SPOT-Interview 10:30 MOVIE-Blonde Fever (1944) 12:00 NEWS [39] WTVO (NBC) Rockford, IL

7:00 TODAY 9:00 DOUGH RE MI 9:30 TREASURE HUNT 10:00 PRICE IS RIGHT 10:30 CONCENTRATION 11:00 TIC TAC DOUGH 11:30 IT COULD BE YOU 12:00 WHIRLYBIRDS 12:30 BURNS AND ALLEN 1:00 QUEEN FOR A DAY 1:30 COURT OF HUMAN RELATIONS 2:00 YOUNG DR. MALONE 2:30 FROM THESE ROOTS 3:00 TRUTH OR CONSEQUENCES [COLOR] 3:30 COUNTY FAIR 4:00 BURNS AND ALLEN 4:30 WHIRLYBIRDS 5:00 POPEYE AND THE THREE STOOGES 6:00 NEWS/WEATHER 6:15 HUNTLEY/BRINKLEY REPORT 6:30 THE CALIFORNIANS 7:00 WHO PAYS? 7:30 LAWLESS YEARS 8:00 BACHELOR FATHER 8:30 21 BEACON STREET 9:00 YOU BET YOUR LIFE 9:30 MASQUERADE PARTY [COLOR] 10:00 NEWS/WEATHER/SPORTS 10:25 SAMMY SNEAD-Golf 10:30 JACK PAAR 12:00 NEWS Retro: Spokane, WA - Sunday, October 31, 1954 (launch of KREM-TV) 2KREM (Independent) 4KXLY (CBS/DuMont) 6KHQ (NBC/ABC) MORNING 10:30 4Test Pattern 10:45 4TV Top Ten 11:00 4NFL Football New York Giants at Cleveland Browns AFTERNOON 12:15 6Test Pattern

12:30 6Color Test Pattern 12:45 6Whats Your Trouble? 1:00 6Catholic Hour 1:30 6Christopher Program 2:00 4Omnibus 6Invisible Enemy 3:30 4Don Eastvoid 6TV Theater 4:00 4This Is The Life 4:30 4Disneyland 6Soldier Parade 5:00 6Hall of Fame 5:30 4Annie Oakley 6The March of Medicine EVENING 6:00 4You Are There 6Scottish Miners Life 6:15 6Coke Time 6:30 2Inaugural Program 4Lassie 6This Is Your Music 7:00 4The Jack Benny Program 6Amos n Andy 7:30 4Honestly Celeste 6Mr. Peepers

8:00 2The Private Life of Henry VIII 4Toast of the Town 6The Colgate Comedy Hour 9:00 4General Electric Theater 6The Philco Television Playhouse 9:30 4Whats My Line? 10:00 4Father Knows Best 6The Loretta Young Show 10:30 4Washington Spotlight 6The Hunter 10:45 4Which Way? 11:30 6My Best Gal Retro: San Antonio (Primetime) - March 30, 1984 Source: Del Rio News Herald KMOL/4 (NBC) 6 PM News 6:30 PM Entertainment Tonight 7 PM The Master 8 PM We Got It Made 9 PM The New Show 10 PM News 10:30 PM The Tonight Show 11:30 PM Wrestling 12:30 AM Thicke Of The Night KENS/5 (CBS) 6 PM News 6:30 PM Newscope 7 PM Movie: "The Wizard Of Oz" 9 PM Anne Murray 10 PM News 10:30 PM Jeffersons 11 PM Quincy 12 Midnight Kojak KSAT/12 (ABC) 6 PM Family Feud 6:30 PM PM Magazine

7 PM Benson 7:30 PM Webster 8 PM Masquerade 9 PM Matt Houston 10 PM News 10:30 PM Barney Miller 11 PM Three's Company 11:30 PM M*A*S*H 12 Midnight Nightline 12:30 AM Hollywood (Squares?) The image linked at the top also includes primetime listings on this day for: KLRN (PBS), KWEX (SIN), CBN, ESPN, Showtime, The Movie Channel, WGN and WTBS. the 12:30 Hollywood is probably "Eye on Hollywood", which was a brief "ET" clone for ABC latenight. I've heard of "Eye On Hollywood", but I had no idea that it was for ABC stations. In fact, the show doesn't even have its own Wikipedia entry - all I could find was this. Random thought: I could use some full day's listings from South Texas from the mid-'80's - just sayin'... Roll Eyes FWIW, these show "Eye on Hollywood" starting Winter 83/84 for ABC at Midnight ET. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1983%E2%80%931984_United_States_network_television_schedule_(l ate_night) "Eye on Hollywood" was also pretty much of an offshoot of KABC's "Eye on L.A.", except more entertainment-focused. "Eye on L.A." is still on the air to this day on KABC, now as a weekly series on Saturday evenings (when not pre-empted by sports or the occasional infomercial). Retro: Central Florida Saturday, June 9, 1973 From TV Guide, Central Florida Edition: WESH Ch. 2 Daytona Beach/Orlando (NBC) 6:30 Across The Fence 7 AM Flying Nun 7:30 Lassie 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 (Peggy Fleming talks about leaving home.) 1 PM Soul Train (the Friends of Distinction, the Persuaders, Doug Gibbs) 2 PM Baseball Pre-Game Show

2:15 Baseball: Reds-Cubs backup game: Dodgers-Mets) 5 PM That Good Ole Nashville Music (time approximate) 5:30 This Is Your Life (Mary Martin is the surprisee) 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News (Garrick Utley) 7 PM Flipside (guests: the Fifth Dimension) 7:30 Superstars Of Rock 8 PM Emergency! 9 PM NBC Movie: "What Did You Do In The War, Daddy?" 11:20 News 11:50 Thriller 12:50 Movie: "I Confess" (Hitchcock yarn about a priest falsely accused of murder and brought to trial; Montgomery Clift stars, from '53) WEDU Ch. 3 Tampa (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 Thirty Minutes With... 3:30 French Chef 4 PM Sesame Street 5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 5:30 Electric Company 6 PM Washington Week In Review 6:30 Book Beat (Anton Myrer discusses his novel "The Tiger Waits," about skulduggery in late-1970s Washington) 7 PM Zoom 7:30 Turning Points ("Here I Am" goes behind the walls of an asylum for the criminally insane.) 8 PM The Session (Brownsville Station in concert) 8:30 Playhouse New York Biography (a 1968 Italian film version of the life of Galileo) 10 PM Two Arctic Tales (Are they related? In 1845 an English expedition sets out to find the Northwest Passage and disappears without a trace; 25 years later American writer Charles Francis Hall sets out to find their remains and dies suddenly. Dartmouth professor Chauncey Loomis discusses his investigation of Hall's death; Hall's last words had been, "How do you spell murder?".) 11:30 Just Jazz (Erroll Garner and his trio perform.) sign off 12 M WDBO (WKMG) Ch. 6 Orlando (CBS) 6:30 Growers Almanac 7 AM Archie's Fun House (delay from Sun 9 AM) 7:30 Harlem Globetrotters (delay from Sun 9:30 AM)

8 AM Bugs Bunny 8:30 Sabrina, The Teenage Witch 9 AM Amazing Chan And The Chan Clan 9:30 New Scooby Doo Movies ("Ghostly Creep From The Deep" with the animated Harlem Globetrotters) 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 ("Skinny And Fatty," '59, from Japan; IIRC, this was the first film shown on this series in 1967) 2 PM Movie: "The Mysterians" 3:30 Green Acres 4 PM Sounding Board 4:30 It Takes A Thief 5:30 World Of Survival 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News (Roger Mudd) 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: "Aunt Clara" (nothing to do with "Bewitched," but a 1954 English comedy about a strait-laced old lady who inherits a race course, some greyhounds, a tavern, and a brothel) WFLA Ch. 8 Tampa (NBC) 7 AM Laurel And Hardy 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 Information 8 1:30 History In The Making 2 PM Baseball Pre-Game Show 2:15 Baseball (see Ch. 2) 5 PM Legends Of The West (time approximate) 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News 7 PM Mouse Factory (guest host Jim Backus in a show about home ownership) 7:30 News Conference 8 PM Emergency! 9 PM NBC Movie: "What Did You Do In The War, Daddy?" 11:20 News 11:30 It Takes A Thief 12:30 Movie: "Tall Story"

WFTV Ch. 9 Orlando (ABC) 6:55 News 7 AM Huck And Yogi 8 AM H.R. Pufnstuf 8:30 Jackson Five 9 AM The Osmonds 9:30 ABC Saturday Superstar Movie ("Gidget Makes The Wrong Connection"--animated) 10:30 Brady Kids 11 AM Bewitched 11:30 Kid Power 12 N Funky Phantom 12:30 Tarzan 1:30 American Bandstand (guests: Gunhill Road) 2 PM Championship Wrestling From Florida 3 PM Bill Anderson 3:30 Outdoors 4 PM Mark Wilson's Magic Circus 5 PM Wide World Of Sports (NCAA track and field championships, live from Baton Rouge) 6:30 Reasoner Report 7 PM Lawrence Welk (salute to George Gershwin) 8 PM Billy Graham Special (Dr. Graham speaks to the National Association of Realtors in Honolulu) 8:30 A Touch Of Grace 9 PM The Strauss Family (Part 6) 10 PM Sing A New Song (Pat Boone presents the Veron Family and Dan Issel) 11 PM ABC News (Sam Donaldson) 11:15 News 11:30 Movie: "Homecoming" 1:40 Movie: "City For Conquest" 3:45 Movie: "Nothing But The Best" 5:30 Movie: "Roger Touhy, Gangster" WLCY (WTSP) Ch. 10 St. Petersburg (ABC) 6:45 News 7 AM Curiosity Shop (topic: family life; includes a cartoon about a bear cub learning to ride a bike, delay from Sun 10 AM) 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 The Monkees (guest: Stan Freberg) 1:30 American Bandstand 2 PM Now 2:15 4-H Spotlight 2:30 Movie: "Up Front"

3:45 Movie: "Smuggler's Gold" 5 PM Wide World Of Sports 6:30 Reasoner Report 7 PM Lawrence Welk 8 PM Here We Go Again 8:30 A Touch Of Grace 9 PM The Strauss Family (Part 6) 10 PM Assignment: Vienna 11 PM ABC News 11:15 Movie: "Coast Of Skeletons" 1 AM Involvement 10 WINK Ch. 11 Ft. Myers (CBS) 7 AM Compass 7:30 Cisco Kid 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 Rifleman 2:30 Gilligan's Island 3 PM The Saint 4 PM Championship Wrestling From Florida 5 PM Belmont Stakes (Secretariat becomes the first to win the Triple Crown since Citation in '48; it would have been great to see I'll Have Another do it on the anniversary of Secretariat's triumph.) 6 PM Sports Challenge 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Lawrence Welk 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 11:15 Movie: "Return Of The Fly" WTVT Ch. 13 Tampa (CBS) 6:45 News, Fishing 7 AM Tarzan 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 Opportunity Line 2:30 Flintstones 3 PM Belmont Preview (don't know if this is from CBS or is local or syndicated) 3:30 UFO 4:30 Dragnet 5 PM Belmont Stakes 6 PM News 6:30 National Geographic ("Holland Against The Sea," from 1970) 7:30 Parent Game 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: "Three Into Two Won't Go" WUSF Ch. 16 Tampa (PBS) off air until fall WBBH Ch. 20 Ft. Myers (NBC/ABC) 6 AM Movie: "The Black Tent" 7:30 Flipper 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 The Monkees 1:30 American Bandstand 2 PM Baseball Pre-Game Show 2:15 Baseball (see Ch. 2) 5 PM Wide World Of Sports (time approximate) 6:30 News 7 PM Truth Or Consequences 7:30 Dragnet 8 PM Emergency! 9 PM NBC Movie: "What Did You Do In The War, Daddy?" 11:20 News 11:50 Movie: "Anastasia" 1:05 Movie: "Escape From The Iron Curtain" 2:20 Movie: "You Pay Your Money" 3:35 Movie: "Blind Spot" 4:50 Movie: "Meteor Monster" WMFE Ch. 24 Orlando (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 off air until 6:30 Welcome To Membership Night 6:35 American Odyssey (folk songs about the sea) 7:45 Hollywood Television Theatre ("The Andersonville Trial," about the 1865 trial of Henry Wirz, Confederate commander of the squalid Georgia POW camp) 10:35 Fanfare WXLT (WWSB) Ch. 40 Sarasota (ABC) 7 AM Curiosity Shop 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 The Monkees 1:30 American Bandstand 2 PM Bow Hunting 2:30 Car And Track 3 PM Lee Trevino's Golf For Swingers 3:30 Movie: TBA 5 PM Wide World Of Sports 6:30 Reasoner Report 7 PM Lawrence Welk 8 PM Here We Go Again 8:30 A Touch Of Grace 9 PM The Strauss Family (Part 6) 10 PM Assignment: Vienna 11 PM ABC News 11:15 News 11:30 Movie: "Where Were You When The Lights Went Out?" WTOG Ch. 44 St. Petersburg (Ind.) 8 AM Jonny Quest 8:30 Patty Duke 9 AM Gilligan's Island 9:30 Get Smart 10 AM Gomer Pyle, USMC 10:30 Petticoat Junction

11 AM Hogan's Heroes 11:30 Lassie 12 N Wally's Workshop 12:30 Sidney And Helen Correll 1 PM Time Tunnel 2 PM Mister Ed 2:30 Honeymooners 3 PM Movie: "Nightfall" 4:30 The Virginian 6 PM Lee Trevino's Golf For Swingers 6:30 CBS News (pre-empted on Ch. 13) 7 PM Championship Wrestling From Florida 8 PM Boxing From The Olympic (lightweights Javier Ayal vs. Mundo Romero) 9 PM Man To Man 9:30 Buck Owens 10 PM Wilburn Brothers 10:30 Porter Wagoner 11 PM Stand Up And Cheer 11:30 Name Of The Game Retro: Central Florida Sat, June 10, 1961 from TV Guide-Central Florida edition WESH 2-NBC Daytona Beach 9:45 Cartoons 10:00 Shari Lewis (c) 10:30 King Leonardo (c) 11:00 Fury "The Timber Walkers" 11:30 Lone Ranger "White Man's Magic" noon True Story 12:30 Detective's Diary "The Murder Racket" 1:00 Baseball: Minnesota-Baltimore 4:00 Ramar of the Jungle 4:30 26 Men "Incident at Yuma" 5:00 White Hunter "Run to Earth" 5:30 Captain Gallant "Alibi" 6:00 News 6:30 Fishing Fun 7:00 Pony Express "The Breadwinner" 7:30 Bonanza "The Mission" (c) 8:30 Tall Man "Larceny and Young Ladies" 9:00 Deputy "Brand of Honesty" 9:30 Nation's Future "Does the United States need a more restrictive trade policy?" (New moderator Edwin Newman hosts a debate between Burlington Industries veep Jackson E. Spears (pro) and Bell & Howell board chairman Charles H. Percy (anti)) 10:30 Bishop Sheen "Why Do People Laugh?" 11:00 Movie "Texas" WEDU 3-Edu Tampa no scheduled programming WDBO 6-CBS Orlando 7:00 Grower's Almanac

7:30 Saturday Morning 9:30 Captain Kangaroo 10:30 Mighty Mouse 11:00 Allakazam "Rebo's Balloon Shop" 11:30 Roy Rogers "The Unwilling Outlaw" noon Sky King "Dead Man's Will" 12:30 CBS News 1:00 TBA 1:25 Baseball: Milwaukee-Chicago Cubs 4:30 Championship Bowling 5:30 It's the Law 6:00 News 6:15 Retrospect 6:30 Dennis the Menace "The Fortune Cookie" 7:00 Central Florida Showcase 7:30 Perry Mason "The Case of the Guilty Clients" 8:30 Checkmate "Hot Winds in a Cold Town" 9:30 Have Gun-Will Travel 10:00 Gunsmoke 10:30 Shotgun Slade 11:00 Movie "Rulers of the Sea" (news update airs during the movie) WFLA 8-NBC Tampa 7:30 RFD Florida (Mardi Liles) 8:00 Movie "Come On Rangers" 9:00 Ramar of the Jungle "Voice in the Sky" 9:30 Abbott & Costello "Wife Wanted" 10:00 Shari Lewis (c) 10:30 King Leonardo (c) 11:00 Fury "The Timber Wardens" 11:30 Lone Ranger "White Man's Magic" noon True Story 12:30 Florida Gardenland 1:00 Baseball: Minnesota-Baltimore 4:00 Flashback 4:30 Detective's Diary (same episode as ch 2 at 12:30) 5:00 Dance Party (Jack Stir/season finale) 6:00 Patio Party 6:30 TBA 7:00 Five Star Jubilee (Rex Allen hosts/guests Betty Ann Grove and Uncle Cyp Brasfield) 7:30 Bonanza "The Mission" (c) 8:30 Tall Man "Larceny and Young Ladies" 9:00 Deputy "Brand of Honesty" 9:30 Movie "The Fighting Kentuckian" 11:00 News 11:15 Movie "Invasion of the Body Snatchers" WLOF 9-ABC Orlando 8:55 News (Jack Swift) 9:00 Kartoon Kapers 10:00 Movie "Destination Tokyo" 12:30 RFD 1:00 Kartoon Kapers 1:25 Charlie Chan 2:00 Movie "Tarzan's Desert Mystery" 3:30 Championship Wrestling

4:30 San Francisco Beat 5:00 ABC Wide World of Sports: Canada Cup golf (from Puerto Rico:D, teams from 33 countries square off) 7:00 Championship Bowling 7:30 Leave It to Beaver "Kite Day" 8:00 Lawrence Welk (live from New York, with the musical numbers saluting the Big Apple) 9:00 Boxing: Archie Moore (182-25-6/132 KO) defends his world light-heavyweight belt at MSG against Giulio Rinaldi (Rome, 25-5/8 KO; #2 contender) 10:00 Roaring 20s "Brother's Keeper" 11:00 News 11:15 Movie "Watch on the Rhine" WINK 11-CBS/ABC Fort Myers 9:30 Captain Kangaroo 10:30 Robin Hood 11:00 Christian Science 11:15 Americans at Work 11:30 Californians "Dangerous Journey" noon Industry on Parade 12:30 CBS News 1:00 TBA 1:25 Baseball: Milwaukee-Chicago Cubs 4:00 Man Without a Gun 4:30 It's a Great Life 5:00 Movie: TBA (Western) 6:00 News 6:05 This We Know 6:30 Western Hayride 7:30 Lawrence Welk (different episode, week behind?) 8:30 Checkmate "Hot Wind in a Cold Town" 9:30 Have Gun-Will Travel 10:00 Gunsmoke 10:30 Law & Mr. Jones "The Broken Hand" 11:00 News 11:30 Movie "Postmark for Danger" WTVT 13-CBS Tampa 8:00 Giant Kids' Matinee 9:00 Bozo the Clown 9:30 Captain Kangaroo 10:30 Mighty Mouse 11:00 Allakazam "Rebo's Balloon Shop" 11:30 Roy Rogers "The Unwilling Outlaw" noon Sky King "Dead Man's Will" 12:30 CBS News 1:00 Insight (Joe Laughlin) 1:25 Baseball: Milwaukee-Chicago Cubs 4:30 Wrestling (Tampa) 5:30 I Love Lucy 6:00 News/Weather/Sports 6:20 Sports (Russ Benedict) 6:30 Interpol Calling "Slave Ship" 7:00 Lock Up 7:30 Perry Mason "The Case of the Guilty Clients" 8:30 Checkmate "Hot Wind in a Cool Town" 9:30 Have Gun-Will Travel

10:00 Gunsmoke 10:30 Shotgun Slade 11:00 News 11:30 Sports (Leo Durocher) 11:35 Movie "Arsenic and Old Lace" WSUN 38-ABC St. Petersburg 12:55pm News 1:00 Cartoon Carnival 1:30 Johnny Jupiter "Home Movies" 1:40 News 1:45 Cartoon Carnival 2:00 Children's Bible Stories 2:15 Davey & Goliath 2:30 Movie "The Rustlers" 3:45 Social Security in Action 4:00 Spotlight "United Fund" 4:30 Captain Grief "Nanigo" 5:00 ABC Wide World of Sports 7:00 Let's All Sing (Mal Ogden leads the chorus at the Million Dollar Pier) 7:30 You Asked for It 8:00 Lawrence Welk (live) 9:00 Boxing: Moore-Rinaldi 10:00 Roaring 20s "Brother's Keeper" 11:00 Sports (Jay Black) 11:15 Championship Wrestling: Gene Kiniski v Peppi Pasquale/Lord Blears v Sandor Szabo (did ch 9 in Orlando run the same episode?) 12:15 News/Weather/Sports Even though it began as an ABC primary affiliate, WINK-TV did not have a direct ABC net feed until two years later. By then, it only cleared one or two ABC programs a week. Both WCKT (7) NBC and WLBW (10) ABC from Miami had uhf translators in Ft. Myers. The cable system did offer WSUN-TV for ABC as well as WFLA-TV for NBC. WEDU was also on the Lee County cable. At the time, Miami was not. Several of these local shows were still on the air in the '70s, such as "Grower's Almanac," "It's The Law," and "Central Florida Showcase" on Ch. 6, "Florida Gardenland" on Ch. 8, and "Insight" on Ch. 13. I noticed in the listing for Lawrence Welk on Chs. 9 and 38 that his show originated from New York that night. I was under the impression from the PBS reruns that he did only one show from New York, in 1958. The folks at OETA ought to know about this. Retro: Indiana Thurs, June 16, 1955 from TV Guide-Indiana edition (editorial office in Indy, business office at the Enquirer Bldg in Cincinnati) Programs listed CDT 3 WCIA-CBS/NBC/DuMont Champaign 4 WTTV-NBC Bloomington 6 WFBM-ABC Indianapolis 8 WISH-CBS/NBC/DuMont Indianapolis 10 WTHI-CBS/ABC/DuMont Terre Haute

15 WINT-CBS/ABC Fort Wayne/Waterloo 33 WKJG-NBC/DuMont Fort Wayne 49 WLBC-NBC/CBS/ABC/DuMont Muncie Morning 6:50 4 Cartoons 7:00 3-8-15 Morning Show (Melis performs) 4-33-49 Today (story on the National Air Alert and Today staffer Mary Kelly shows more movies from Ireland, focusing on its horses) 8:00 6 Open House 8:25 3 Good Morning 8:30 3 Morning Show 9:00 3 Film Feature 4-33-49 Ding Dong School 8 Garry Moore 15 Defiance Review 9:15 15 Morning Matinee "East Meets West" 9:30 3 Film Feature 4 Cartoons 8 Arthur Godfrey 33 Page 33 49 Melody Ranch 9:45 3 Concerning Miss Marlowe 4-49 Sheilah Graham (concluding an interview with Gordon MacRae) 10:00 3 Arthur Godfrey 4-33-49 Home 10:15 6 Famous Playhouse "Never Laugh at a Lady" 10:30 3-8-15 Strike It Rich 10:45 6 Kitchen Window 11:00

3-8-15 Valiant Lady 4-33-49 Tennessee Ernie Ford 11:15 3-8-15 Love of Life 11:30 3-8-15 Search for Tomorrow 4-33-49 Feather Your Nest 6 Jonathan Story 11:45 3-8-15 Guiding Light 6 Hymn Time Afternoon noon 3 News/Markets 4 Cartoons 6 Market Report 8-33 News 15 Inner Flame 49 Movie: TBA (Western) 12:10 3-8-33 Weather 6 Farm News (Harry Martin) 12:15 3-15 Road of Life 4 RFD No. 4 8-33 Farm News 12:30 3-8-15 Welcome Travelers 6 Laugh Time 33 Matinee Theater "Shadow of Suspicion" 12:45 4 Les' Cartoons 6 News (Gilbert Forbes) 1:00 3-8 Robert Q. Lewis 4 Movie Matinee 6 Channel 6 Playhouse "Woman Doctor" 15 Afternoon Show "Magic Bow" 49 Movie: TBA 1:25 33 Faith to Live By 1:30 3-8 Linkletter's Party 4 Indiana University 33 Here's Charlie

2:00 3-15 Big Payoff 4-33-49 Ted Mack 8 At Home with Catherine 2:15 6 Billie Lawrence 2:30 3-8 Bob Crosby 4-33-49 Greatest Gift 6 Cinderella Weekend 15 Comedy Theater 2:45 4-33 Concerning Miss Marlowe 49 Hoosier Hodge Podge 3:00 3-8-15 Brighter Day 4-49 Hawkins Falls 6 Matinee Theater "Goodnight Sweetheart" 33 Dave Lee 3:15 3-8-15 Secret Storm 4 TV Travels 33 Musical Memo 49 TBA 3:30 3-8-15 On Your Account 4-33-49 Mr. Sweeney 3:45 4-33-49 Modern Romances 4:00 3 Happy Home 4-33-49 Pinky Lee 6 What's Your Bid? 8 Chapel Door 10 Education on Film 15 Afternoon Adventure "Shadow of the Eagle" 4:15 8 Cartoons 4:30 3 Barker Bill 4-33-49 Howdy Doody 6 Laugh Time 8 Sweet Time 10 Studio 10 15 Down Homers

4:45 3 Movie: TBA (Western) 6 Cartoons "Summertime" 8 Animal Time 4:50 6 Cartoon Club "Autograph Hunter" 5:00 4 Little Rascals 6 Chuckwagon Tales "Apache Kid" 8 Early Show "The Wooden Horse" (pt 1) 15 Bar 15 Ranch "Song of the Gringo" 33 Superman "The Lucky Cat" 49 Movie: TBA 5:30 4 Western Ledger 10 Dick Tracy "Prune Face Returns" (pt 1) 33 Carol & Corky 5:45 3 Cartoon Time 33 Talent Parade Evening 6:00 3 Rin Tin Tin 4-15-49 News 6 Weather (Bill Crawford) 10 You (Nancee South) 33 Sports (Hilliard Gates) 6:10 6 Johnny Winn Trio 15 Weather (Don Hoyle) 6:15 4-8 Weather 10-33 News 15-49 Sports 6:20 4 Snap Shop (Stu Martin) 8 News (Vince Leonard) 6:25 10-33-49 Weather 15 Telequiz 6:30 3 News (Fred Sorensen) 4-33 Dinah Shore 8-10-15 CBS News 49 Ames Brothers

6:35 6 Sports (Tom Carnegie) 6:45 3 Yesterday's Newsreels 4-33-49 NBC News 6 Eye-Witness (Larry Richardson) 8-15 Jane Froman (Merv Griffin subs for Jane tonight, and is joined by Rita Farrell) 10 Nancee South 6:50 6 News (Gilbert Forbes) 7:00 3 Foote Notes with Dick 4-6-33 Groucho Marx 8-15 Ray Milland 10 Heart of the City 49 Teen Canteen 7:30 3-8-10-15 Climax! "The Dark Fleece" 4-33 Justice "The Uncommon Thief" 6 Death Valley Days 49 Break the Bank 8:00 4-6-33-49 Dragnet 8:30 3-33-49 Theater "Favorite Son" 4 Hayloft Frolic (a new addition to the show tonight, the Hayloft Frolic junior dancers, all aged between 5 and 9 with a 5-yr-old square dance caller) 6 Sherlock Holmes 8-15 Four Star Playhouse "The Collar" 10 All-Star Theater "As the Flame Dies" 9:00 3 Ozzie & Harriet "Overprotection" 4-33 Video Theater "Inside Story" 6 Passport to Danger "Zamboanga" 8-15-49 Public Defender "The Jockey and the Nun" 10 City Detective "Blonde Orchid" 9:30 3 Racket Squad "Condemned Castle" 6 Corliss Archer 8-10-49 Willy 15 Masquerade Party 10:00 3-8-10 News 4 China Smith 6-33-49 Weather 15 Dollar a Second

10:05 3 Weather (Jack Roberts) 10:10 3-6-33 News 10:15 3 Dollar a Second 6-33-49 News 8 Duffy's Tavern "Archie's Race Horse" 10 Weather (Mike O'Neil) 10:20 10 Sports (Herb Mace) 10:30 4 Little Rascals 6 Mayor of the Town "Junior Voter" 15 Boxing (from Chicago) 33 The Unexpected "The Slide Rule Blonde" 49 Movie: TBA 10:35 10 Late Show "A Case for PC No. 49" 10:45 3 Midwest Marquee "Call of the Blood" 8 Late Show "Bonnie Prince Charlie" 10:55 4 Sports (Charlie Powell) 11:00 4 Tonight Show (guests pianist Claude Thornhill, Toni Arden, and NBC continuity acceptence boss Stocketon Helfreich) 6 Sports (Tom Carnegie) 15 Defiance Review 33 Armchair Theater "Flame of the West" 11:05 6 Night Owl Theater "Man from Frisco" Late Night midnight 3-4 News Retro: Maine Sat, June 6, 1987 25 years ago today, from TV Guide-Maine edition WLBZ 2-Bangor/WCSH 6-Portland (NBC) 6:30 (6) First Radio Parish Church 6:35 (6) News Extra 6:45 (6) News

6:55 (2) First Radio Parish Church 7:00 Muppet Show 7:30 (2) Woody Woodpecker 7:30 (6) Littlest Hobo (is this the CTV version from the early 80s?) 8:00 Kissyfur 8:30 Disney's Adventures of the Gummi Bears 9:00 Smurfs 10:30 Alvin & the Chipmunks 11:00 Foofur 11:30 Punky Brewster (animated) noon News 12:30 French Open tennis: women's final, same-day tape and JIP 3:00 Baseball Pre-Game 3:15 Baseball: Detroit-Boston (alt game: Los Angeles-Cincinnati; both of Maine's Peacock stations also carried some of WSBK's Sox games) 6:00 News 6:30 NBC Nightly News 7:00 (2) Fame 7:00 (6) Star Trek 8:00 227 8:30 Me & Mrs. C 9:00 Golden Girls 9:30 Amen 10:00 Hunter 11:00 News 11:30 Saturday Night Live (rerun from December '86 with the Three Amigos Chevy Chase, Steve Martin, and Martin Short, with Randy Newman providing the music) 1:00 (6) Movie "Is Everybody Happy But Me?" (2 signed off at 1) WABI 5-CBS Bangor 7:25 Open Door 7:30 Joy of Gardening 8:00 Berenstain Bears 8:30 Wildfire 9:00 Jim Henson's Muppet Babies 10:00 Pee-wee's Playhouse 10:30 Teen Wolf 11:00 Galaxy High School 11:30 CBS Storybreak noon Prayer for World Peace (Pope John Paul II leads congregations in 17 nations in reciting the Rosary, live from the Vatican; producer-director Tony Verma worked on 1985's Live Aid concerts) 1:00 Infomercials (Discover at 1, Look at Me Now at 1:30) 2:00 Showdown 3:00 Indy Challenge (a look at Indy car racing and the pit crews) 4:00 Kemper Open golf 6:00 News 6:30 CBS Evening News 7:00 Throb 7:30 Big Country Videos (videos from Michael Martin Murphey, Willie Nelson, and Dwight Yoakum; simulcast on WYOU 97.1) 8:00 Master of the Game (pt 1) 11:00 News 11:30 Big Country Videos (r) mid. It's a Living 12:30 Star Search 1:30 Tales of the Unexpected

WVII 7-ABC Bangor 6:00 GI Joe 6:30 Bullwinkle 7:00 Inhumanoids 7:30 Tennessee Tuxedo 8:00 Wuzzles 8:30 Care Bears Family 9:00 Flintstone Kids 10:00 Voltron 10:30 GI Joe 11:00 Bugs Bunny & Tweety noon Voltron 12:30 Jem 1:00 McDonald's Championship women's golf 3:00 ABC Wide World of Sports: a male and female team of climbers tackle Scotland's Old Man of Hoy, Australian Surf Lifesaving Championships 4:30 Belmont Stakes horse race 6:00 News 6:30 ABC World News Saturday 7:00 Hee Haw (guests: co-host Mel Tellis, Louise Mandrell, and John Anderson) 8:00 Webster 8:30 Sidekicks (return) 9:00 Gung Ho (return) 9:30 Dads (return) 10:00 Starman 11:00 News 11:15 ABC News 11:30 All-Hit Videos WMTW 8-ABC Poland Spring 5:30 Exercite 6:30 Adventures of the Galaxy Rangers (x2) 7:30 Inhumanoids 8:00 Wuzzles 8:30 Care Bears Family 9:00 Flintstone Kids 10:00 Real Ghostbusters 10:30 Pound Puppies 11:00 Bugs Bunny & Tweety noon ABC Weekend Special "Cap'n Readmore Meets Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde" 12:30 Health Show 1:00 McDonald's Championship women's golf 3:00 ABC Wide World of Sports 4:30 Belmont Stakes horse race 6:00 News 6:30 ABC World News Saturday 7:00 Star Search 8:00 Webster 8:30 Sidekicks (return) 9:00 Gung Ho (return) 9:30 Dads (return) 10:00 Starman 11:00 News 11:30 Throb mid. Solid Gold (guests Eddie Money, Timbuk 3, Klymaxx, Marie Osmond, Stacy Lattishaw, and

Michael Johnson; flashback with the Searchers; interview with the Pointer Sisters) 1:00 America's Top 10 1:30 News WAGM 8-CBS/NBC/ABC Presque Isle Network shows from CBS unless otherwise indicated 6:30 Smurfs (NBC/week behind) 8:00 Berenstain Bears 8:30 Wildfire 9:00 Jim Henson's Muppet Babies 10:00 Pee-wee's Playhouse 10:30 Teen Wolf 11:00 Galaxy High School 11:30 CBS Storybreak noon Hulk Hogan's Rock 'n' Wrestling! 1:00 Movie "Terror on the 40th Floor" 2:20 Movie "In Tandem" (Movin' On pilot) 4:30 Belmont Stakes horse race (ABC) 6:00 News 6:30 CBS Evening News 7:00 Highway to Heaven (NBC/Wed 8pm) 8:00 Master of the Game (pt 1) 11:00 Moonlighting (ABC/Tues 10pm) mid. Miami Vice (NBC/Fri 9pm) WCBB 10-PBS Augusta (then a separate PBS station, WCBB would merge 5 years later with MPBN; the calls stand for its original partners-Colby College, Bates College, and Bowdoin College) 6:30 Body Electric 7:00 Sesame Street 8:00 Washington Week in Review 8:30 Wall Street Week 9:00 Firing Line (debate over women as Anglican (Episcopal in the US) priests) 10:00 Rod & Reel 10:30 Magic of Oil Painting 11:00 MotorWeek 11:30 Great Outdoors noon French Chef 12:30 This Old House 1:00 Frugal Gourmet 1:30 Victory Garden 2:00 Justin Wilson's Louisiana Cookin': Outdoors 2:30 Bodywatch 3:00 Joy of Painting 3:30 Wild America 4:00 Woodwright's Shop 4:30 Sneak Previews 5:00 Candlepin Bowling (Candlepin is also quite popular in the Maritimes as well; around this time, ATV ran a weekly show Saturdays at 4) 6:00 Mystery! "Agatha Christie's Partners in Crime: The Ambassador's Boots" 7:00 Yes Minister 7:30 Victory at Sea (bw; American forces fight to keep the Aleutian Islands out of Japanese hands) 8:00 Wonderworks "The December Rose" (pt 1) 9:00 Doctor Who 10:30 Exit 13 (guests Devonsquare) 11:00 Movie "Kiss of Death" (bw) 12:30 Jack Horkheimer: Star Hustler

WENH 11-PBS Durham 7:00 Sesame Street 8:00 Reading Rainbow (x2) 9:00 Perkins Family 9:30 Knowzone 10:00 Wonderworks "Colour in the Creek" (conclusion) 11:00 From a Country Garden 11:30 Justin Wilson's Louisiana Cookin': Outdoors noon European Journal 12:30 Antiques 1:00 Frugal Gourmet 1:30 Ken Hom's Chinese Cookery 2:00 Welcome to My Studio 2:30 Magic of Oil Painting 3:00 Painting Ceramics 3:30 Living with Animals 4:00 Soapbox 4:30 Doctor Who 6:00 Sands of Silence (a British doc on the deaths of over 700 GIs on the Devon coast during DDay practice after German torpedo boats hit their unprotected boat in the dark, and the subsequent cover-up) 7:00 New Hampshire Journal 7:30 Agronsky & Company 8:00 Assignment Adventure (following the 5 week training voyage of a group of teens who sail a ketch from Quebec to Liverpool) 9:00 New Hamphsire Crossroads (Granite Staters who work the night shift) 9:30 Yes Minister 10:00 Mystery! (same show as 6pm, ch 10) 11:00 Mind Your Language 11:30 Tripods mid. Austin City Limits 1:00 Jack Horkheimer: Star Hustler MPBN (PBS): WMEB 12-Orono/WMEA 26-Biddeford/WMEM 10-Presque Isle/WMED 13-Calais (TVG listed 12/26, mentioning 10/13 as relays) 8:00 Sesame Street 9:00 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 9:30 Reading Rainbow 10:00 Wild America 10:30 People, Pets & Dr. Marc 11:00 Wildlife Woodcarvers 11:30 Great American Woodlots noon Victory Garden 12:30 Frugal Gourmet 1:00 Masterpiece Theatre "The Jewel in the Crown" (pt 2) 2:00 Spaceflight "The Wings of Mercury" (US and Soviets' first manned flights) 3:00 Spaceflight ""One Giant Leap" (the 1969 moon landing) 4:00 Maine Reporter's Notebook 5:00 Candlepin Bowling 6:00 Doctor Who 7:30 Step Away from War (Paul Newman hosts this anti-nuke testing program, with comments from Ted Turner and (retired) Adm. Gene LaRocque) 8:00 Maine High School Band Festival 10:00 Austin City Limits (guests Joe Ely and Eric Johnson) 11:00 Yes Minister

11:30 'Allo 'Allo! (premiere) WGME 13-CBS Portland 6:00 Maine Weather 6:30 Defenders of the Earth 7:00 Kids are People Too 7:30 Happy Days 8:00 Berenstain Bears 8:30 Wildfire 9:00 Jim Henson's Muppet Babies 10:00 Pee-wee's Playhouse 10:30 Teen Wolf 11:00 Galaxy High School 11:30 CBS Storybreak noon Prayer for World Peace 1:00 Wrestling 2:00 Movie "And Nothing But the Truth" 4:00 Kemper Open golf 6:00 News 6:30 CBS Evening News 7:00 Wheel of Fortune 7:30 It's a Living 8:00 Master of the Game (pt 1) 11:00 News 11:30 MTV Video Countdown 12:30 Ask Dr. Ruth (x2) WSBK 38-Ind Boston 7:00 Newsmakers 7:30 It's Your Business 8:00 Wall Street Journal Report 8:30 Bottom Line 9:00 Ask the Manager (Daniel Berkery) 9:30 Andy Griffith (bw) 10:00 Underdog 10:30 Batman 11:00 Three Stooges (bw) noon Movie "That Man Bolt" 2:00 Movie "Fade In" 4:00 Movie "Suddenly, Love" 6:00 It's a Living 6:30 Mama's Family 7:00 One Big Family 7:30 Maude 8:00 Movie "Cheaper to Keep Her" 10:00 Twilight Zone (bw) 11:00 Movie "Dark Star" (John Carpenter's directoral debut in a low-budget spoof of 2001: A Space Odyssey) 12:45 Movie "Sherlock Holmes in Terror by Night" (bw) WPXT 51-Fox Portland 6:00 New Zoo Revue 6:30 Heathcliff 7:00 Inspector Gadget 7:30 My Little Pony 'n Friends 8:00 Rocky & Bullwinkle

8:30 Abbott & Costello (bw) 9:00 Batman (x2) 10:00 Monkees (x2) 11:00 Whiz Kids noon Candlepin Bowling: Steve Renaud (Southbridge) v Dick O'Connell (Brockton) 1:00 Wrestling 2:00 Movie "Challenge to Be Free" 4:00 Insiders 5:00 Fame 6:00 What's Happening Now!! 6:30 New Gidget 7:00 One Big Family 7:30 9 to 5 8:00 Movie "Same Time, Next Year" 10:00 POW: Americans in Enemy Hands (profiling 9 American POWs from WWII, Korea and Vietnam) mid. Movie: TBA WLVI 56-Ind Boston 7:30 Mighty Mouse 8:00 Photon 8:30 Tom & Jerry 9:00 Heathcliff 9:30 Bugs Bunny/Woody Woodpecker 10:00 Flintstones 10:30 MASK 11:00 Wrestling noon Movie "Star Odyssey" 2:00 Movie "Future Women" 4:00 Dance Fever 4:30 Puttin' on the Hits 5:00 Angie 5:30 Good Times 6:00 What's Happening!! 6:30 Throb 7:00 Charles in Charge 7:30 What a Country! 8:00 Movie "Tourist Trap" 10:00 News 10:30 INN News 11:00 At the Movies 11:30 Movie "Hell's Kitchen" (bw) WABI 5-CBS Bangor noon Prayer for World Peace (Pope John Paul II leads congregations in 17 nations in reciting the Rosary, live from the Vatican; producer-director Tony Verma worked on 1985's Live Aid concerts) WAGM 8-CBS/NBC/ABC Presque Isle - Network shows from CBS unless otherwise indicated noon Hulk Hogan's Rock 'n' Wrestling! WGME 13-CBS Portland noon Prayer for World Peace So on this day, I take it the Pope had the Hulkster in a sleeperhold! The "wrestling" on WPXT-TV in this case was the syndicated WWF Superstars Of Wrestling, of

which I used to be a faithful viewer of. I would move away from our cabin Old Orchard Beach just two weeks later, on Saturday, June 20th. (I had just finished up 10th grade and would move back to Connecticut.) Reception was never really that good where I lived. I only had an indoor antenna with two telescoping rods. WCBB-TV channel 10 and WENH-TV channel 11 were always in fuzzy color at best. WPXT-TV would wave in and out if we had gusty winds. The old WNHT-TV channel 21 from Concord, NH (independent at the time) would pop in once in a while and would be quite weak. That I wouldn't know, because I didn't have cable when I lived in Old Orchard Beach. I do know, however, that (at the time) Continental Cablevision of Saco and Old Orchard Beach carried WBZ, WCVB, WNEV (now WHDH), WSBK and WLVI. Of course, that was in September of 1989, before Syndex took effect. RETRO: PITTSBURGH - 5/09/1996 Thursday, May 9, 1996 KDKA-TV CBS2 05:00AM News 07:00AM This Morning 09:00AM Gordon Elliott 10:00AM Murphy Brown 10:30AM Murphy Brown 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 Day & Date 05:00PM KD Live at 5 06:00PM News 07:00PM CBS News 07:30PM Real Stories of the Highway Patrol 08:00PM Figure Skating: America's Choice: The Great Skate Debate 10:00PM 48 Hours 11:00PM News 11:35PM Late Show with David Letterman 12:35AM Late Late Show with Tom Snyder 01:35AM EXTRA 02:05AM Court TV: Inside America's Courts 02:35AM Up to the Minute 04:30AM Court TV: Inside America's Courts WTAE-TV ABC4 05:00AM News 05:30AM News 06:00AM News 06:30AM News 07:00AM Good Morning America 09:00AM Regis & Kathie Lee 10:00AM Maury 11:00AM Sally Jessy Raphael 12:00PM News

12:30PM Empty Nest 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 Inside Edition 07:30PM Entertainment Tonight 08:00PM Secrets of the World's Greatest Escape Artists 09:00PM MOVIE: White Men Can't Jump 11:00PM News 11:35PM Nightline 12:05AM American Journal 12:35AM Rolonda 01:35AM Rush Limbaugh 02:05AM Donahue 03:05AM ABC World News Now WPXI-TV NBC11 05:00AM News 06:00AM News 07:00AM Today 09:00AM Montel Williams 10:00AM Leeza 11:00AM Jenny Jones 12:00PM News 12:30PM America's Funniest Home Videos 01:00PM Days of Our Lives 02:00PM Another World 03:00PM America's Most Wanted 03:30PM Cops 04:00PM Hard Copy 04:30PM A Current Affair 05:00PM News 06:00PM News 06:30PM NBC News 07:00PM Jeopardy! 07:30PM Wheel of Fortune 08:00PM Friends 08:30PM The Single Guy 09:00PM Seinfeld 09:30PM Caroline in the City 10:00PM ER 11:00PM News 11:35PM The Tonight Show with Jay Leno 12:35AM Late Night with Conan O'Brien 01:35AM Later with Greg Kinnear 02:05AM Geraldo 03:05AM George & Alana 04:05AM NBC News Nightside WPTT-TV UPN22 05:00AM Jewelry Values

06:00AM Sailor Moon 06:30AM Mutant League 07:00AM Gargoyles 07:30AM Aladdin 08:00AM Bonkers 08:30AM Goof Troop 09:00AM Double Dragon 09:30AM Paid Programming 10:00AM Paid Programming 10:30AM Paid Programming 11:00AM Northern Exposure 12:00PM Carnie 01:00PM Matlock 02:00PM Mark Walberg 03:00PM Tempestt 04:00PM Richard Bey 05:00PM Ricki Lake 06:00PM Roseanne 06:30PM Married...with Children 07:00PM Married...with Children 07:30PM Fresh Prince of Bel-Air 08:00PM MOVIE: Dirty Harry 10:00PM Baywatch 11:00PM LAPD: Life on the Beat 11:30PM Top Cops 12:00AM Paid Programming 12:30AM Paid Programming 01:00AM Paid Programming 01:30AM Lauren Hutton And... 02:00AM Absolute CZ's 03:00AM A Perfect 10: 10kt Jewelry WPGH-TV FOX53 05:00AM Paid Programming 05:30AM Paid Programming 06:00AM Jim Henson's Animal Show 06:30AM VR Troopers 07:00AM Bobby's World 07:30AM Garfield and Friends 08:00AM Mighty Max 08:30AM Littlest Pet Shop 09:00AM Blinky Bill 09:30AM Paid Programming 10:00AM Paid Programming 10:30AM Paid Programming 11:00AM 700 Club 12:00PM Laverne & Shirley 12:30PM The Wonder Years 01:00PM Doogie Howser, M.D. 01:30PM Blossom 02:00PM Bananas in Pajamas 02:30PM Dinosaurs 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 Step by Step 06:00PM Fresh Prince of Bel-Air 06:30PM The Simpsons 07:00PM Home Improvement 07:30PM Seinfeld 08:00PM Living Single (2x) 09:00PM New York Undercover 10:00PM Coach 10:30PM Coach 11:00PM Mama's Family 11:30PM Mama's Family 12:00AM Paid Programming 12:30AM Paid Programming 01:00AM Paid Programming 01:30AM Paid Programming 02:00AM Richard Bey 03:00AM Star Trek: The Next Generation 04:00AM Paid Programming 04:30AM Paid Programming Retro: Spokane, WA - Tuesday, September 19, 1972 Tuesday, September 19, 1972 2KREM-TV (ABC) 4KXLY-TV (CBS) 6KHQ-TV (NBC) 7KSPS-TV (Educational; PBS) MORNING 6:00 6Q-6 Home & Farm Report 6:30 6World Tomorrow 6:55 4Farm Report 7:00 2CBS News 6Today [includes Eyewitness News at 7:25 and Agriculture Today at 8:25] 7:15 2Intersect 7:30 2New Zoo Revue 8:00 2Cartoon Corner 4Captain Kangaroo

7People, Places and Things 8:30 2I Dream of Jeannie 7People, Places and Things 9:00 2The Mike Douglas Show 4The Jokers Wild 6Romper Room 7Sesame Street 9:30 4The Price Is Right 6Concentration 10:00 4Gambit 6Sale of the Century 7Lets Explore Music 10:15 7Cover to Cover 10:30 2Its Your Bet 4Love of Life 6Hollywood Squares 10:35 7Think of That 10:55 7French A 11:00 2Bewitched 4Where the Heart Is 6Jeopardy! 11:15 7Songs and Dances of Our Country 11:25 4CBS Midday News 11:30 2Newsbreak 4Search for Tomorrow 6Who What Where 11:35 7People, Places and Things AFTERNOON

12:00 2Password 4Dialing for Dollars 6Noon Thing 12:05 7People, Places and Things 12:30 2Split Second 4As the World Turns 6Days of Our Lives 12:35 7Mister Rogers Neighborhood 1:00 2All My Children 4Dialing for Dollars 6The Doctors 1:05 7French A 1:20 7French A 1:30 2Lets Make a Deal 4Edge of Night 6Another World 1:40 7Why Not? 2:00 2The Newlywed Game 4The Guiding Light 6Peyton Place 7All About You 2:20 7to be announced 2:30 2The Dating Game 4The Secret Storm 6Somerset 2:40 7The Electric Company 3:00 2General Hospital 4Family Affair 6The Merv Griffin Show

3:30 2The Flintstones 4Gilligans Island 4:00 2The Virginian 4MOVIE: Woman of the North Country 6Green Acres 7Sesame Street 4:30 6Petticoat Junction 5:00 6To Tell the Truth 7Mister Rogers Neighborhood 5:30 2ABC Evening News 4The Scene at 5:30 6Dragnet 7The Electric Company EVENING 6:00 2High Chaparral 4CBS Evening News with Walter Cronkite 6Eyewitness News 7Sesame Street 6:30 4Truth or Consequences 6NBC Nightly News 7:00 2Whats My Line 4Hogans Heroes 6Ponderosa 7Insight 7:30 2The Explorers 4You Asked for It 7Folk Guitar 8:00 2Temperatures Rising 4Maude 6Bonanza 7Maggie and the Beautiful Machine 8:30 2MOVIE: No Place to Run 4Hawaii Five-O

7Evening at Pops 9:00 6The Bold Ones 9:30 4MOVIE: Man from the Alamo [with election returns throughout] 7Can You Hear Me? 10:00 2Marcus Welby 6Washington Primary Election News 11:00 2Nightbeat 4The Scene Tonight 6Eyewitness News 11:30 2The Dick Cavett Show 4MOVIE: Woman Hunter 6The Tonight Show starring Johnny Carson In doing research, I found out that the 11:30 p.m. movie, "The Woman Hunter," is another KXLY/CBS pre-emption. It was supposed to air during primetime. Was this a normal practice during local elections at the time? RETRO: WASHINGTON, DC - 2/24/1998 Tuesday, February 24, 1998 WRC-TV NBC4 05:00AM News 05:30AM News 07:00AM Today 09:00AM News 10:00AM Leeza 11:00AM People's Court 12:00PM Sunset Beach 01:00PM Days of Our Lives 02:00PM Another World 03:00PM Rosie O'Donnell 04:00PM News 05:00PM News 06:00PM News 07:00PM NBC News 07:30PM Access Hollywood 08:00PM Mad About You 08:30PM NewsRadio 09:00PM Frasier 09:30PM Just Shoot Me 10:00PM Dateline NBC 11:00PM News 11:30PM The Tonight Show with Jay Leno

12:30AM Late Night with Conan O'Brien 01:30AM Later 02:00AM News 02:30AM NBC News Nightside WTTG-TV FOX5 05:00AM Real Stories of the Highway Patrol 05:30AM News 06:00AM News 06:30AM News 07:00AM Morning News 09:00AM Regis & Kathie Lee 10:00AM Judge Judy 10:30AM Judge Judy 11:00AM Jenny Jones 12:00PM News 12:30PM Grace Under Fire 01:00PM I Love Lucy 01:30PM Pictionary 02:00PM Bobby's World 02:30PM Bobby's World 03:00PM Beetleborgs Metallix 03:30PM Spider-Man 04:00PM Power Rangers Turbo 04:30PM Life with Louie 05:00PM Roseanne 05:30PM Fresh Prince of Bel-Air 06:00PM The Simpsons 06:30PM Living Single 07:00PM The Simpsons 07:30PM Seinfeld 08:00PM Daredevils Live! Shattering the Records 10:00PM News 11:00PM Married...with Children 11:30PM Keenen Ivory Williams 12:30AM M*A*S*H 01:00AM Jenny Jones 02:00AM Wealth (incomplete title) 02:30AM Paid Programming 03:00AM I Love Lucy 03:30AM Perry Mason 04:30AM Cops WJLA-TV ABC7 05:00AM News 05:30AM News 06:00AM News 07:00AM Good Morning America 09:00AM Maury 10:00AM Geraldo Rivera 11:00AM Martha Stewart Living 11:30AM Gayle King 12:00PM American Journal 12:30PM Port Charles 01:00PM All My Children 02:00PM One Life to Live

03:00PM General Hospital 04:00PM Oprah Winfrey 05:00PM News 06:00PM News 06:30PM ABC News 07:00PM Wheel of Fortune 07:30PM Jeopardy! 08:00PM Home Improvement 08:30PM Soul Man 09:00PM Home Improvement 09:30PM Spin City 10:00PM NYPD Blue 11:00PM News 11:30PM Nightline 12:00AM EXTRA 12:30AM Politically Incorrect 01:00AM Oprah Winfrey 02:00AM The View 03:00AM ABC World News Now WUSA-TV CBS9 05:00AM News 05:30AM News 06:00AM News 07:00AM News 08:00AM This Morning 09:00AM Montel Williams 10:00AM Sally 11:00AM Pillsbury Bake-Off 11:30AM 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 News 05:00PM News 06:00PM News 06:30PM News 07:00PM CBS News 07:30PM Entertainment Tonight 08:00PM JAG 09:00PM Four Corners 10:00PM Four Corners 11:00PM News 11:30PM Late Show with David Letterman 12:30AM Montel Williams 01:30AM Late Late Show with Tom Snyder 02:30AM News 03:00AM Strange Universe 03:30AM Up to the Minute WDCA-TV UPN20 05:00AM Paid Programming 05:30AM Joyce Meyer 06:00AM Kenneth Copeland

06:30AM Paid Programming 07:00AM Wacky World of Tex Avery 07:30AM Extreme Ghostbusters 08:00AM Toon Town Kids 08:30AM Mr. Men 09:00AM 700 Club 10:00AM In the Heat of the Night 11:00AM Sanford and Son 11:30AM Sanford and Son 12:00PM Good Times 12:30PM Good Times 01:00PM The Cosby Show 01:30PM The Cosby Show 02:00PM Cheers 02:30PM Cheers 03:00PM The Mask 03:30PM Mighty Ducks 04:00PM 101 Dalmatians 04:30PM Step by Step 05:00PM Family Matters 05:30PM Family Matters 06:00PM Home Improvement 06:30PM Home Improvement 07:00PM Frasier 07:30PM Martin 08:00PM Moesha 08:30PM Clueless 09:00PM Alien Abduction: Incident in Lake County 10:00PM Vibe 11:00PM Mad About You 11:30PM Mad About You 12:00AM Star Trek: The Next Generation 01:00AM All in the Family 01:30AM All in the Family 02:00AM Mike Hammer 03:00AM Newlywed Game 03:30AM Dating Game 04:00AM Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman WBDC-TV WB50 05:00AM America's Funniest Home Videos 05:30AM First Business 06:00AM New Adventures of Captain Planet 06:30AM Fantastic Four 07:00AM X-Men 07:30AM Tiny Toon Adventures 08:00AM Mummies Alive! 08:30AM Bananas in Pajamas & the Crayon Box 09:00AM Consumer Corner 09:30AM Consumer Corner 10:00AM The Brady Bunch 10:30AM Blossom 11:00AM What's Happening!! 11:30AM Designing Women 12:00PM Jerry Springer 01:00PM Ricki Lake

02:00PM Garfield and Friends 02:30PM DuckTales 03:00PM The Bugs 'n' Daffy Show 03:30PM Animaniacs 04:00PM Pinky and the Brain 04:30PM The New Superman/Batman Adventures 05:00PM Ricki Lake 06:00PM Boy Meets World 06:30PM Hard Copy 07:00PM Inside Edition 07:30PM Real TV 08:00PM Buffy the Vampire Slayer 09:00PM Dawson's Creek 10:00PM The Jeffersons 10:30PM Real TV 11:00PM Jerry Springer 12:00AM Hard Copy 12:30AM Inside Edition 01:00AM LAPD: Life on the Beat 01:30AM LAPD: Life on the Beat 02:00AM Consumer Corner 02:30AM Consumer Corner 03:00AM MOVIE: TBA (Can you tell me what the movie is?) RETRO: WASHINGTON, DC - 10/13/1998 Tuesday, October 13, 1998 WRC-TV NBC4 05:00AM News 05:30AM News 07:00AM Today 09:00AM News 10:00AM Roseanne Show 11:00AM Leeza 12:00PM Another World 01:00PM Days of Our Lives 02:00PM Sunset Beach 03:00PM Rosie O'Donnell 04:00PM News 05:00PM News 06:00PM News 07:00PM NBC News 07:30PM Access Hollywood 08:00PM MLB Baseball: Cleveland Indians at New York Yankees 11:00PM News 11:30PM The Tonight Show with Jay Leno 12:30AM Late Night with Conan O'Brien 01:30AM Later 02:00AM The Tonight Show with Jay Leno 03:00AM Sunset Beach 04:00AM Access Hollywood 04:30AM This Morning's Business WTTG-TV FOX5

05:00AM I Love Lucy 05:30AM News 06:00AM News 06:30AM News 07:00AM Morning News 09:00AM Regis & Kathie Lee 10:00AM Judge Judy 10:30AM Judge Judy 11:00AM Jenny Jones 12:00PM News 12:30PM Judge Joe Brown 01:00PM Donny & Marie 02:00PM The Magic School Bus 02:30PM Ned's Newt 03:00PM Spider-Man 03:30PM Power Rangers Power Playback 04:00PM Mystic Knights of Tir na Nog 04:30PM Young Hercules 05:00PM Living Single 05:30PM Married...with Children 06:00PM The Simpsons 06:30PM The Simpsons 07:00PM Friends 07:30PM Seinfeld 08:00PM King of the Hill 08:30PM Costello 09:00PM Guiness World Records 10:00PM News 11:00PM Friends 11:30PM M*A*S*H 12:00AM Jenny Jones 01:00AM News 02:00AM Paid Programming 02:30AM Paid Programming 03:00AM Cops 03:30AM Andy Griffith 04:00AM Roseanne 04:30AM Grace Under Fire WJLA-TV ABC7 05:00AM News 05:30AM News 06:00AM News 07:00AM Good Morning America 09:00AM Howie Mandel 10:00AM Hollywood Squares 10:30AM Jeopardy! 11:00AM Maury 12:00PM Inside Edition 12:30PM Port Charles 01:00PM All My Children 02:00PM One Life to Live 03:00PM General Hospital 04:00PM Oprah Winfrey 05:00PM News 06:00PM News

06:30PM ABC News 07:00PM Wheel of Fortune 07:30PM Jeopardy! 08:00PM Home Improvement 08:30PM The Hughleys 09:00PM Spin City 09:30PM Sports Night 10:00PM Behind Closed Doors VI 11:00PM News 11:30PM Nightline 12:00AM EXTRA 12:30AM Politically Incorrect 01:00AM Oprah Winfrey 02:00AM The View 03:00AM ABC World News Now WUSA-TV CBS9 05:00AM News 05:30AM News 06:00AM News 07:00AM News 08:00AM This Morning 09:00AM Montel Williams 10:00AM Sally 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 News 05:00PM News 06:00PM News 07:00PM CBS News 07:30PM Entertainment Tonight 08:00PM JAG 09:00PM MOVIE: Her Own Rules 11:00PM News 11:30PM Late Show with David Letterman 12:30AM I Spy 01:30AM Late Late Show with Tom Snyder 02:30AM News 03:00AM Montel Williams 04:00AM Martha Stewart Living 04:30AM Up to the Minute WDCA-TV UPN20 05:00AM Harry Jackson 05:30AM Joyce Meyer 06:00AM Creflo A. Dollar 06:30AM Kenneth Copeland 07:00AM Step by Step 07:30AM Wacky World of Tex Avery 08:00AM Extreme Dinosaurs 08:30AM Jumanji 09:00AM 700 Club

10:00AM In the Heat of the Night 11:00AM Sanford and Son 11:30AM Sanford and Son 12:00PM The Cosby Show 12:30PM The Cosby Show 01:00PM Cheers 01:30PM Cheers 02:00PM Coach 02:30PM Coach 03:00PM Toon Town Kids 03:30PM Pokmon 04:00PM Hercules 04:30PM Doug 05:00PM Sister, Sister 05:30PM Sister, Sister 06:00PM Home Improvement 06:30PM The Nanny 07:00PM Frasier 07:30PM Home Improvement 08:00PM Moesha 08:30PM Clueless 09:00PM Mercy Point 10:00PM Star Trek: The Next Generation 11:00PM Frasier 11:30PM Mad About You 12:00AM The Nanny 12:30AM Martin 01:00AM Good Times 01:30AM Good Times 02:00AM MOVIE: TBA (Could you tell me what the movie is?) 04:00AM Murphy Brown 04:30AM Murphy Brown WBDC-TV WB50 05:00AM Real TV 05:30AM The Jeffersons 06:00AM DuckTales 06:30AM The Real Adventures of Jonny Quest 07:00AM Beast Wars: Transformers 07:30AM RoboCop: Alpha Commando 08:00AM Tiny Toon Adventures 08:30AM Animaniacs 09:00AM People's Court 10:00AM Judge Mills Lane 10:30AM Judge Mills Lane 11:00AM Ricki Lake 12:00PM Jerry Springer 01:00PM Forgive or Forget 02:00PM Pocket Dragon Adventures 02:30PM Mummies Alive! 03:00PM Pinky and the Brain 03:30PM Histeria! 04:00PM The New Superman/Batman Adventures 04:30PM The New Superman/Batman Adventures 05:00PM Ricki Lake 06:00PM Full House

06:30PM Boy Meets World 07:00PM Love Connection 07:30PM Change of Heart 08:00PM Buffy the Vampire Slayer 09:00PM Felicity 10:00PM Jerry Springer 11:00PM Change of Heart 11:30PM Love Connection 12:00AM Real TV 12:30AM Hard Copy 01:00AM NewsRadio 01:30AM NewsRadio 02:00AM LAPD: Life on the Beat 02:30AM Consumer Corner 03:00AM Newlywed Game 03:30AM Dating Game 04:00AM People's Court Retro - New England Monday February 15, 1953 Source - New England TV Guide 4 WBZ-TV Boston (Primary NBC) 7a Today 9a Domestic Diary - Polly Huse 9:30a Into Focus - Arch Macdonald 10a Ding Dong School - Tots 10:30a Prolog to the Future - Film 11a Ask Washington - Frank Blair 11:30a Mrs. U.S.A. - Film 12p News at Noon 12:15p Big Brother - Bob Emery 12:45p TV Toons 1p Hollywood Playhouse - Movie "Lady Chaser" 2:30p Menu Magic - Patricia Curry 2:45p At Home with Mildred Carlson 3p The Big Payoff - Minks 3:30p Welcome Travelers - Bartlett 4p Kate Smith Show - Variety 5p Hawkins Falls - TV Novel 5:15p Gabby Hayes Show - Stories 5:30p Howdy Doody - Bob Smith 6p Science Sketiches - Jonathan Karas 6:15p Esso News Reporter - Victor Best 6:30p Tim Tyler-Frankie Thomas 6:45p Bump Hadley Pitching 7p WBZ-TV Film Short 7:15p Nightly Newsteller - Neal Scanlon 7:30p Those Two - Pinky Lee 7:45p News Caravan - J.C. Swayze (5th Anniversary) 8p Winchell and Mahoney - Quiz 8:30p Voice of Firestone - Music 9p Hollywood Opening Nite - Drama (Gloria Swanson in "The Pattern") 9:30p Robert Montgomery Presents ("The Burtons" starring the Lockhart family, June, Gene and Kathleen)

10:30p Douglas Fairbanks Presents - Film ("The Five Pound Note") 11p 11th Hour News - Streeter Stuart 11:10p Weather Vane 11:15p Bob Considine Show 11:30p Night Owl Theater - Movie ("Meet Simon Cherry") 6 WNCH-TV New Haven, CT (ABC/CBS/DuMont/NBC) - now WTNH and moved to channel 8 in Spring 1953 7a Today 9a Test Pattern 9:45a Morning News - Winston Burdett 10a Arthur Godfrey Time (Robert Q. Lewis guest host) 10:30a Your Window Shopper 11a There's One in Every Family 11:30a Strike It Rich - Warren Hull 12p What One Person Can Do 12:15p Love of Life - Drama 12:30p Search for Tomorrow - Drama 12:45p Ben Hawthorne's Electric Show 1:30p Garry Moore Show - Variety 2p Double or Nothing - Parks 2:30p The Guiding Light - Serial 2:45p Mid-Afternoon News - Joe Burns 3p The Big Payoff - Minks 3:30p Welcome Travelers - Bartlett 4p Kate Smith Show - Variety 5p Short, Short Drama 5:15p Meet The Stars 5:30p Howdy Doody - Bob Smith 6p What One Person Can Do 6:15p Tax Hints 6:30p Sportsscope - Dyd Jaffe 6:40p Weather Forecast - Don Hinton 6:45p World News -Today - G. Fox (the sponsor - a department store) 7p Answer Me This - Tom Romano 7:30p Those Two - Pinky Lee 7:45p News Caravan - J.C. Swayze (5th Anniversary) 8p Lux Video Theater - Drama 8:30p Voice of Firestone - Music 9p I Love Lucy (Lucy and Ethel battle each other for the presidency of their women's club) 9:30p The Red Buttons Show 10p Studio One - Drama ("The Walsh Girls" with Jane Wyatt and Mary Orr) 11p Douglas Fairbanks Presents - Film 11:30p Balance Your Budget - Bert Parks 7 WNAC-TV Boston (primary CBS, Secondary ABC and DuMont) - now WHDH 9:45a Morning News - Winston Burdett 10a Arthur Godfrey Time (Robert Q. Lewis guest host) 11a There's One in Every Family 11:30a Strike It Rich - Warren Hull 12p Bride and Groom - John Nelson 12:15p Love of Life - Drama 12:30p Search for Tomorrow - Drama 12:45p Movie Quick Quiz 1p Shopping Vues - Louise Morgan 1:30p Garry Moore Show - Variety

2p Double or Nothing - Parks 2:30p The Guiding Light - Serial 2:45p Scattergood Baines - Guy Kibbee 3p The Paul Dixon Show - Variety 4p Song Shop 4:15p WNAC-TV Film Short 4:30p Exhibit of Early American Art 5p WNAC-TV Film Short 5:15p Time for Beany - Puppets 5:30p Kit Carson - Western Drama 6p News Service 6:15p Stranger Than Fiction 6:30p Your TV Theater - "Last Stop" 7p News Service 7:10p Weather Service 7:15p Yesterday's Newsreel 7:30p Douglas Edwards and the News 7:45p The Perry Como Show - Music 8p Lux Video Theater - Drama 8:30p Godfrey's Talent Scouts (Garry Moore guest host) 9p I Love Lucy (Lucy and Ethel battle each other for the presidency of their women's club) 9:30p The Red Buttons Show 10p Studio One - Drama ("The Walsh Girls" with Jane Wyatt and Mary Orr) 11p News and Weather 11:05p Stars on Seven Theater - Movie ("The Counterfeiters") 11 WJAR-TV Providence (NBC/ABC/DuMont/CBS) - would move to channel 10 in Spring 1953 7a Today 9a Morning Mainee - Movie 10a Arthur Godfrey Time (Robert Q. Lewis guest host) 10:45a The Book We Live By 11a The Wife and I - Domestic Comedy 11:30a Strike It Rich - Warren Hull 12p Bride and Groom - John Nelson 12:15p Love of Life - Drama 12:30p Search for Tomorrow - Drama 12:45p The Guiding Light - Serial 1p Let's Go Shopping - Alice Jackson 1:30p Garry Moore Show - Variety 2p Double or Nothing - Parks 2:30p Sugar 'N Spice - Betty Adams 3p The Big Payoff - Minks 3:30p Welcome Travelers - Bartlett 4p Kate Smith Show - Variety 5p Hawkins Falls - TV Novel 5:15p Quizdown - Kid's Panel 5:30p Howdy Doody - Bob Smith 6p Gene Autry Show - Western 6:30p Partners In Industry 6:40p Telenews Daily 6:55p Weather Forecast - Jim Laferriere 7p Sports Page - Warren Walden 7:15p Close-Up - Jack Tobin 7:30p Those Two - Pinky Lee 7:45p News Caravan - J.C. Swayze (5th Anniversary) 8p Winchell and Mahoney - Quiz

8:30p Godfrey's Talent Scouts (Garry Moore guest host) 9p Hollywood Opening Nite - Drama (Gloria Swanson in "The Pattern") 9:30p Robert Montgomery Presents ("The Burtons" starring the Lockhart family, June, Gene and Kathleen) 10:30p Playhouse Of Stars - Drama (Hans Conreid and Jackie the Lion in "Mr. Greentree and Friend) 11p Late News - Arthur Lake 11:05p Death Valley Days - Drama 11:35p "Stranger from Santa Fe" - Movie Retro: Central California Thurs, June 4, 1959 from TV This Week-Fresno/Bakersfield edition 3 KEYT-ABC/CBS/NBC Santa Barbara 6 KSBY-ABC/CBS/NBC San Luis Obispo 8 KSBW-ABC/CBS/NBC Salinas 10 KERO-NBC Bakersfield 11 KNTV-Ind San Jose 12 KFRE-CBS Fresno 24 KMJ-NBC Fresno 29 KBAK-CBS/ABC Bakersfield 47 KJEO-ABC Fresno Morning 6:30 24 (Continental?) Classroom 7:00 10-24 Today 7:10 12 Daily Word/Farm Report 7:30 12 Cartoons/News 29 Cartoons 8:00 10 Popeye & Me 29 News 8:15 12-29 Captain Kangaroo 47 Ruggles 8:45 47 Cartoon Capers 8:55 12 Gym 9:00 10-24 Dough Re Mi 12-29 On the Go

47 Forty-Niner 9:30 3-10-24 Treasure Hunt 12-29 Sam Levenson 47 Movies for Mom "I Wake Up Screaming" 10:00 3-10-24 Price is Right 12-29 I Love Lucy 10:30 3-10-24 Concentration 12-29 Top Dollar 11:00 3-10-24 Tic Tac Dough 12-29 Love of Life 47 TV Readers Digest 11:30 3-10-24 It Could Be You 12-29 Search for Tomorrow 47 Life of Riley 11:45 12-29 Guiding Light Afternoon noon 3-6-8-10-24 Queen for a Day 12 Big 12 Matinee "Flaming Fury" 29 Movie Time 29 "Secrets of Monte Carlo" 47 Across the Board 12:30 3-6-8-10-24 Haggis Baggis (c except 6) 47 Pantomime Quiz 1:00 3-6-8-10-24 Young Dr. Malone 47 Music Bingo 1:15 29 Conversation Piece 1:30 3-6-8-10-24 From These Roots 12-29 As the World Turns 47 Susie 1:55 11 Early Edition 2:00 3-6-8-10-24 Truth or Consequences (c except 6)

11 Racket Squad 12-29 Jimmy Dean (guest Phil Foster) 47 Day in Court 2:30 3-10-24 County Fair 6-8 MGM Matinee "BF's Daughter" 11 Modern Movie "A Bullet for Joey" 12-29 Art Linkletter 47 Gale Storm 3:00 3 Margo Cobey 10 Afternoon Show "Shadow of a Woman" 12-29 Big Payoff 24 Movie Matinee "Strictly Unconventional" 47 Beat the Clock 3:30 3-47 Who Do You Trust? 12-29 Verdict is Yours 4:00 3 American Bandstand 6-8 Fun Club 11 Sylvie & Pup "Paris Scope" 12-29 Brighter Day 47 American Bandstand 4:15 12-29 Secret Storm 4:30 3 Pacific Bandstand (Lou Stumpo) 6-8 American Bandstand 12-29 Edge of Night 24 Lollypop Lane 5:00 10 Cartoons 11 Double Bar Ranch 12 Al Radka 29 Sherwood Forest 5:15 24 Space Patrol 5:30 3 Superintendent's Report/Smoot 6-8-47 Adventure Time 12 Charley Horse 29 Jim Bowie 5:45 10 Trading Post 11 News (Desmond)

24 Agriculture Evening 6:00 3 Five Star Final 6-8-12-24-29 News 11 Record Hop 47 Sky King 6:15 6-8-12-29 CBS News 24 NBC News 6:30 3 Man Called X 6-8 Huckleberry Hound 10 Cannonball 11 Waterfront 12 Tugboat Annie 24 African Patrol 29 Wallace Beery Theatre "Old Hutch" 47 Casey Jones 7:00 3 December Bride "Tough Mother-in-Law" 10 News/Sports/Weather 11 MacKenzie's Raiders "Revenge" 12 SA-7 24 Highway Patrol 47 US Marshal 7:30 3 TBA 6-8-10 Colonel Flack "The Hypnotist" 11 Whirlybirds "Hit and Run" 12 Charlie Chan 24 Star Performance "Here Comes the Suit" 47 Leave It to Beaver "Forgotten Party" 8:00 3-47 Zorro "Masquerade for Murder" 6-8-12-29 December Bride "Tough Mother-in-Law" 10 Steve Canyon 11 Navy Log "Sacrifice" 24 Cross Current 8:30 3-10-24 Too Young to Go Steady 6-8 Mike Hammer "Playbelles Tall" 11 Laugh Line 12 Yancy Derringer "Two Tickets to Promontory" 47 Real McCoys "Big Skeet Shhot" 9:00 3 Glencannon "Milk Blossom"

6-8 Peter Gunn "Vendetta" 10-24 Laugh Line 11-47 Pat Boone (guest Tony Randall) 12-29 Zane Grey "The Law and the Gun" 9:30 3-10-24 Tennessee Ernie Ford (c) 6-8-12-29 Playhouse 90 "The Killers of Mussolini" 11-47 Rough Riders "The Wagon Raiders" 10:00 3-10-24 Groucho Marx 11 Showcase 39 47 Official Detective (not sure if this is the same one that aired on 3 at 10:30) 10:30 3 Official Detective "Mugger" 10 Spotlight Movie "Kings Row" 11-24 Masquerade Party (c) 47 Movieland "Break of Hearts" 11:00 3 Industry on Parade 6 Late Hour Final 8 TV News Digest 11 Candid Camera 12 News 24 Late Movie "Girl from Missouri" 29 Today's Best Movie "Run for the Sun" 11:05 12 Best Movie "Melbourne Rendezvous" (highlights of the 1956 Summer Olympics) 11:15 3-6-8 Jack Paar 11:30 11 Last Report Retro: Iowa Sat, June 9, 1956 from TV Guide-Iowa edition Programs listed CST 2 WMT-CBS Cedar Rapids 3 KTVO-CBS/NBC Ottumwa 3* KGLO-CBS Mason City 4 WHBF-CBS/ABC Rock Island 5 WOI-Edu/ABC Ames 6 WOC-NBC/ABC Davenport 7 KWWL-NBC Waterloo 8 KRNT-CBS Des Moines 9 KCRG-ABC Cedar Rapids 13 WREX-CBS/ABC Rockford 13* WHO-NBC Des Moines

21 KQTV-NBC Fort Dodge 39 WTVO-NBC Rockford Morning 7:00 8 Farm News 7:30 2-4-8 Captain Kangaroo 6 Cartoon Carnival 8:00 6-7-13* Pinky Lee (season finale, Howdy Doody airs here next week) 8:15 13 Cartoon 8:30 2-3-4-8-13 Mighty Mouse Playhouse 6-7-13* I Married Joan "Pop Retires" 9:00 2-4-8-13 Winky Dink 3-6-7-13* Fury 9:30 2 Hopalong Cassidy 3-4-8 Texas Rangers "Rough, Tough West" 6-13* Uncle Johnny Coons 13 Come & See 9:45 13 Film Short 10:00 2-8 Movie: TBA (ch 8's movie was listed as a Western) 3-4-13 Big Top 6-13* Captain Gallant "Twenty Fathoms Under the Desert" 10:30 6-13* Winchell & Mahoney (season finale, Mr. Wizard airs here next week) 10:35 3* This I Believe 10:40 3* Farm Bureau 10:45 3* Industry on Parade 11:00 2-3*-4-8-13 Lone Ranger "Man of the House" 6 Comic Cutups (Wagner) 13* Your Pet Corner

11:30 3 Film Short 3* Adventures of Blinky 4 Flight Into Time 6 Make Believe (Bloom) 8 Sky King 13 Roundup RFD 13* Your Air Force Reporter 11:45 2 Almanac 13* Film Short Afternoon noon 4-6 Cartoon Carnival 5 General Delivery 8 Hopalong Cassidy Movie 13 Film Short 12:15 2-3-3*-4-13-13*-21 Baseball Preview (Cincinnati coach Frank McCormick is the guest) 12:25 2-3-3*-4-13-13*-21 Baseball: Brooklyn-Cincinnati 12:30 5 Big Picture 12:45 39 Industry on Parade 1:00 5 Remedial Reading 6 Movie: TBA (Western) 8 Farm News 39 Action in the Afternoon 2:00 6 Big Picture 8 Movie "Urubu" 2:30 3 Big Picture 5-6 Movie: TBA (5's was a Western) 3:00 3 Movie: TBA 13 VM Teen Time 13* Film Short 39 Cowboy G-Men 3:30 2 Sports 3* Movies "Wild Horse Stampede"/"Ambush Trail"/"Check Your Guns" 4 Movie "Outlaws of Sonora"

5 Kid Stuff 8 Don Bell's Teen Dance 13 Wild Bill Hickok 3:45 2 Film Short 13* Sen. Thomas Martin 4:00 6 What's Your Trouble? 13 Annie Oakley 13*-21-39 Movie: TBA 4:15 6 Pastor's Desk 4:30 2 Sky King 3 Roy Rogers Movie 4-5-9 Gabby Hayes 6 Our Good Earth 13 Saturday Serials 13* TBA 21 Fury 5:00 2 Lassie 4-7 Big Picture 5 Joe Palooka 6 Roy Rogers "The Kid from Silver City" 8 Do You Trust Your Wife? 9 Herb the Ranch Hand 13 Disneyland 13* Watch the Birdie 21 Mr. Wizard 39 Big Picture 5:30 2-3-4-8 Beat the Clock 6-7-13*-39 Big Surprise 21 Outdoors in Iowa 5:45 21 Mom's Night Out Evening 6:00 2 Ramar of the Jungle 3 Gene Autry 4 Little Opry House 5 This Week in Pictures 6-7-13*-21-39 Perry Como (season finale with guests Kim Novak, Patti Page (who takes over the timeslot next week), Buddy Hackett, and Mickey Mantle) 8 Stories of the Century 9 News/Sports 13 Phil Silvers

6:30 2 My Friend Flicka 3 Headline 4 Wyatt Earp 5 Ruggles 8 Steve Donovan 9 Theater of Stars 13 Jackie Gleason 7:00 2-3*-4-8-13 Two for the Money 3 TBA 5-9 Lawrence Welk (featured: Alice Lon, Jerry Burke, Larry Hooper, Buddy Merrill, and Dick Dale) 6-7-13*-21-39 Max Liebman Presents "Holiday" 7:30 2 Susie (Private Secretary, per another thread) 3 Mayor of the Town 3*-4-8-13 It's Always Jan 8:00 2-3-3*-4-8-13 Gunsmoke 5-9 Chance of a Lifetime 8:30 2-3-3*-4-13 Damon Runyon "The Blond Mink" 5-9 Ozark Jamboree (guest Sonny James) 6-7-13*-21-39 Your Hit Parade (season finale, Adventure Theatre is here next week) 8 Man Behind the Badge 9:00 2-3-3*-4-8 Jackie Gleason (Honeymooners, the "Hello Ball" episode) 6 Kit Carson 7 Bowling Time 13 TV Readers Digest 13* Count of Monte Cristo 21 Barn Dance 39 News 9:10 39 Wrestling 9:30 2 Highway Patrol 3-4-8 Stage Show (guests Jack Durant, and the Colts) 3* National Dairy Cattle Congress 6 Turning Point 13 Times Square Playhouse 13* Science Fiction Theater 10:00 2 It's Always Jane 3-3*-8-9-13* News 4 Navy Log "Sacrifice" 5-7 Wrestling

6 TV Readers Digest "The Man Who Dreamt Winners" 13 Movie "The Silver Queen" 39 Movie: TBA 10:15 3 Wrestling 3* Movie "Winter Carnival" 9 Movie "Courageous Mr. Penn" 13* Movie "Captive City" 10:20 8 Whistler 10:30 2 News 4 Masquerade Party 6 Big Town "Vacation City" 21 Movie: TBA 10:45 2 Movie "The Red House" 10:50 8 Movie "International Lady" 11:00 4-13 News 5 Movie: TBA 6 Les Paul & Mary Ford 11:05 6 Movie "Captive City" 11:15 3 Movie: TBA Thanks for posting this. I grew up in Cedar Rapids and am very familiar with the Iowa Edition. This may be the earliest listing I've seen for KQTV/21 in Ft. Dodge, a small operation that took NBC off air from WHO/13. This is interesting: 12:15 2-3-3*-4-13-13*-21 Baseball Preview (Cincinnati coach Frank McCormick is the guest) 12:25 2-3-3*-4-13-13*-21 Baseball: Brooklyn-Cincinnati All CBS stations, except WHO and KQTV. CBS was the only network carrying baseball on Saturday at the time. "Baseball Preview" would have been on at 2:15 (EDT) followed by the game, so I'm betting this was CBS's network game that day, with Dizzy Dean and (probably) Buddy Blattner doing the call. For whatever reason, the CBS affiliate in Des Moines chose to pre-empt, so WHO picked up the game (and fed it to KQTV). The following summer NBC began airing games in competition with CBS, with the pregame shows hosted by Dizzy Dean (CBS)

and Leo Durocher (NBC). Until 1965, weekend afternoon network baseball games were broadcast under contracts with individual teams and not the league; and were blacked-out in cities with Major League teams, even if the local team wasn't playing on the network telecast. For example: If the Cleveland Indians hosted the Detroit Tigers in a Saturday matinee and had the Indians signed a deal with NBC for weekend afternoon rights, and the Tigers had a similar deal with ABC, NBC would have had the rights to that game given it was in Cleveland. But neither the then-KYW-3 Cleveland nor the then-WWJ-4 Detroit could carry it (or any other Saturday network game); rights in the local cities went to whoever held the local TV rights to those teams. In 1965, Major League Baseball finally got umbrella rights to Saturday afternoon network telecasts, and signed a one-year deal with ABC for those games. It was only a one-year deal because MLB's deal with NBC for the All-Star Game and World Series also ended after the '65 season. In 1966, the two packages were combined and NBC picked it up. Retro: Philadelphia indepedents March 1984 17 WPHL-Ind. 6:00 Delaware Valley Forum 7:00 Mighty Mouse & Friends 8:00 Flintstones 8:30 Woody Woodpecker 9:00 Movie 11:30 Bewitched 12:00 Leave It To Beaver 12:30 McHale's Navy 1:00 Gomer Pyle, U.S.M.C. 1:30 Dick Van Dyke 2:00 Hogan's Heroes 2:30 Dennis The Menace 3:00 Inspector Gadget 3:30 Brady Bunch 4:00 Dancin' On Air 5:00 B.J. And The Bear/Lobo 5:30 Mork & Mindy 6:00 Alice 6:30 Jeffersons 7:00 One Day At A Time 7:30 WKRP In Cincinnati 8:00 Movie/Special 10:00 Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In 10:30 Three's Company 11:00 Music Videos 11:30 Movie 1:30 Star Trek 2:30 Fantasy Island (Sign Off At 3:30 AM) 29 WTAF-Ind.

5:45 Community Update 6:00 Newsprobe 6:30 New Zoo Revue 7:00 Popeye 7:30 Tom & Jerry 8:00 Bugs Bunny 8:30 Barney Bear/Droopy Dog 9:00 Match Game/Hollywood Squares Hour 10:00 Facts Of Life 10:30 Sale Of The Century 11:00 Family 12:00 Search For Tomorrrow 12:30 Movie 2:00 Great Space Coaster 2:30 Popeye 3:00 Tom & Jerry 3:30 He-Man & The Masters Of The Universe 4:00 Superfriends 4:30 Scooby Doo 5:00 What's Happening!! 5:30 Laverne & Shirley 6:00 Happy Days 6:30 M*A*S*H(Two Episodes) 7:30 Taxi 8:00 Movie/Special 10:00 INN News 10:30 Mary Tyler Moore 11:00 Soap 11:30 Starsky & Hutch 12:30 Benny Hill 1:00 Baretta 2:00 Kojak Close but not quite - Channel 17 had religion from 9-1130 AM weekdays. They were quick to change shows around from 7-9 AM and from 1130 to 4 PM and from 10 PM on. They had pretty much the same schedule from the fall of 83 to the early summer of 84 from 4 to 10 PM. This schedule was from early March 1984. All the shows listed were owned by 17 at that point but not all were run at that time. You appear to have their summer lineup in some dayparts, fall line up in others. But the 9-1130 was totally inaccurate. Channel 17 had religion late mornings from the 70's to the early 90's. 17 WPHL-Ind. 5:00 Delaware Valley Forum 5:30 D James Kennedy 6:00 Jimmy Swaggart 6:30 Romper Room (from Baltimore) 7:00 Mighty Mouse & Friends (included Bugs Bunny post 48 and Porky Pig pre 41 and post 48 and Casper as well) 8:00 Flintstones 8:30 Woody Woodpecker 9:00 Jim and Tammy 10:00 700 Club 11:30 Dennis The Menace (sitcom) cartoon would not exist for another 2 and a half years 12:00 Leave It To Beaver

12:30 McHale's Navy 1:00 Hogan's Heroes 1:30 Bewitched 2:00 Munsters 2:30 Popeye 3:00 Inspector Gadget 3:30 Brady Bunch 4:00 Dancin' On Air 5:00 Little House On The Prairie 6:00 Barney Miller 6:30 Jeffersons 7:00 Three's Company 7:30 Three's Company 8:00 Movie/Moving Picture 10:00 Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In 10:30 WKRP In Cincinnati 11:00 Video Rock 11:30 One Day At A Time 12:00 BJ/Lobo 12:30 Fantasy island 1:00 Love Boat 2:00 Chips 3:00 Sign Off Late in March Dennis The Menace was replaced with Mork and Mindy and in April Gomer and Dick Van Dyke replaced Mork as well as Beaver at noon. In the summer the schedule was switched around as usual and stronger shows were rested and other shows were placed in. Channel 29 was real close - very few mistakes 29 WTAF-Ind. 5:15 Community Update 5:30 Newsprobe 6;00 New Zoo Revue 6:30 Great Space Coaster 7:00 Popeye 7:30 Tom & Jerry 8:00 Bugs Bunny - pre 48 color ones including Daffy and Porky (post 41) 8:30 Gilligan's Island 9:00 Match Game/Hollywood Squares Hour (NBC) 10:00 Facts Of Life (NBC) 10:30 Sale Of The Century (NBC) 11:00 Family (moved from Channel 17 in January) 12:00 Family Feud (ABC) 12:30 Search For Tomorrow (NBC) 1:00 Movie 2:30 Popeye 3:00 Tom & Jerry 3:30 He-Man & The Masters Of The Universe 4:00 Superfriends 4:30 Scooby Doo 5:00 What's Happening!! 5:30 Laverne & Shirley 6:00 Happy Days 6:30 M*A*S*H(Two Episodes)

7:30 Taxi 8:00 Movie/Special 10:00 INN News 10:30 Mary Tyler Moore 11:00 Soap 11:30 Starsky & Hutch 12:30 Benny Hill 1:00 Baretta 2:00 Kojak 3:00 sign off Long time, no type... Smiley Just a few cents to add here: First, the WPHL programs formerly on the recently-defunct WKBS-48: Quote 7:00 Mighty Mouse & Friends (included Bugs Bunny post 48 and Porky Pig pre 41 and post 48 and Casper as well) 8:00 Flintstones 8:30 Woody Woodpecker 11:30 Dennis The Menace (sitcom) cartoon would not exist for another 2 and a half years 12:00 Leave It To Beaver 12:30 McHale's Navy 2:00 Munsters 2:30 Popeye 3:00 Inspector Gadget (only on for a few months on 48) 3:30 Brady Bunch 12:00 BJ/Lobo ...along with Mork and Mindy and the Dick Van Dyke show. Second, for clarity, Popeye on WPHL was the Paramount theatricals. Popeye on WTAF was the subpar 1961 King Features TV cartoons. Yes, most of WTAF's 9AM-1PM block was network daytime castoffs from KYW and WPVI. >>>>Perfidia08 WAXA 40 (now WMYA My40) in Greenville, SC DMA carried "Facts of Life" daytime reruns at first before clearing by NBC affiliate WYFF 4 later on. WYFF carried $ale of The Century, and Search for Tomorrow of course. Inspector Gadget was syndicated by Field Communications prior to the company being broke up and after that DIC. It never aired on Channel 48 because it was not in syndication until after Channel 48 went dark. But had Channel 48 stayed on the air they would ahve had Inspector Gadget. Other shows Channel 48 owned but never put on the air with intentions of beginning to run them in teh fall of 1983 included Alice and One Day at A Time. They also had the rights to Fantasy Island and Thicke Of The Night. They were also set to pick up Bewitched which had gone from a cash syndicated show from Screen Gems and now barter from DFS. Channel 17 would have had Love Boat and Little House had 48 remained on the air and Channel 17 remained commercial. One thing that almost happened was that Providence Journal planned to buy Channel 48, combine assets moving strong shows like Jeffersons and Threes Company and Barney Miller along with movies there. Channel 17 would have been sold to a religious broadcaster

and become Christian full or close to full time. Wonder if ZDancin On Air would have gone to 48? Probably not on weekdays. Possible weekends. Little House? maybe - maybe not. Inspector Gadget was syndicated by Field Communications prior to the company being broke up and after that DIC. It never aired on Channel 48 because it was not in syndication until after Channel 48 went dark. But had Channel 48 stayed on the air they would ahve had Inspector Gadget. Right, forgot about that. Actually, WKBS did air the pilot a couple months before going dark, complete with an ad in TV Guide touting Don Adams as the voice of Gadget. Quote Other shows Channel 48 owned but never put on the air with intentions of beginning to run them in teh fall of 1983 included Alice and One Day at A Time. They also had the rights to Fantasy Island and Thicke Of The Night. ...and all three off-net shows did end up on WPHL. Quote They were also set to pick up Bewitched which had gone from a cash syndicated show from Screen Gems and now barter from DFS. ...which also moved to 17 after a long run on WTAF-29. Quote Channel 17 would have had Love Boat and Little House had 48 remained on the air and Channel 17 remained commercial. One thing that almost happened was that Providence Journal planned to buy Channel 48, combine assets moving strong shows like Jeffersons and Threes Company and Barney Miller along with movies there. Channel 17 would have been sold to a religious broadcaster and become Christian full or close to full time. I have read about that scenario. Makes for an interesting 'what if?'. >>Perf08 Retro: New Mexico/El Paso Sat, June 1, 1996 from TV Guide-New Mexico edition 2 KASA-Fox Albuquerque 3 KENW-PBS Portales 4 KOB-NBC Albuquerque 4e KDBC-CBS El Paso 5 KNME-PBS Albuquerque 6 KREZ-CBS/UPN Durango 6c KOCT-ABC Carlsbad 7 KOAT-ABC Albuquerque 7e KVIA-ABC El Paso 8 KOBR-NBC Roswell 9 KTSM-NBC El Paso 10 KBIM-CBS Roswell 10s KOVT-ABC Silver City 12 KOBF-NBC Farmington 12c KVIH-ABC Clovis (relays KVII Amarillo)

13 KRQE-CBS Albuquerque 13e KCOS-PBS El Paso 14 KFOX-Fox El Paso 22 KRWG-PBS Las Cruces 26 KINT-Univision El Paso 41 KLUZ-Univision Albuquerque 48 KZIA-UPN Las Cruces 50 KASY-UPN Albuquerque 65 KJLF-WB El Paso TLA KTLA-WB Los Angeles Morning 5:00 4-8-12 Wall Street Journal Report 4e Lights! Action! Hollywood 6c-7-10s Headline News 12c US Farm Report 26-41 Noticias Univision 65 Young America Outdoors TLA Movie "Pirates" 5:30 2 Doogie Howser, MD 4-8-12 It's Your Business 6-10-13 Field Trip 6c-7-10s Infomercial 12c Reality Check 26-41 Club de Gaby 50 US Farm Report 65 Darkstalkers 6:00 2 Sailor Moon 3 Domestic Violence 4-8-12 News 4e Real News for Kids 6-10-13 Santo Bugito 6c-7-10s Not Just News 7e-12c Adventures of Winnie the Pooh 9 Today (innovations in bike design) 14 Happy Ness 48 US Farm Report 50 Outdoorsman 65 Sonic the Hedgehog 6:30 2 GI Joe: Extreme 4e Not Just News 6-10-13 Timon & Pumbaa 6c-7-10s Video Max 7e-12c Free Willy 13e Magic School Bus 14 Jelly Bean Jungle 26-41 Lo Mejor de El Chavo 48 Texas Angler 50 Fishing the West

65 Gagdget Boy & Heather 7:00 2-14 Where on Earth is Carmen Sandiego? 3 At Home with Flowers 4e Santo Bugito 5 Sit & Be Fit 6-10-13 Aladdin 6c-7-10s News 7e-12c Fudge 13e Country Connection 22 Sesame Street 26-41 Pinata Loca 48 Fishing the West 65 Captain Planet TLA Dragon Ball 7:30 2-14 Masked Rider 3 Woodwright's Shop 4e Timon & Pumbaa 5 Report from Santa Fe 6-10-13 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 6c-7-10s Headline News 7e-12c Bump in the Night 48 Road to US Olympic Gold 50 Weekend Travel Update 65 Monster Mania TLA Biker Mice from Mars 8:00 2-14 Power Rangers Zeo 3 New Yankee Workshop 4-8-9-12 Saved by the Bell: The New Class * If a 7th game is needed in the NBA Western finals, French Open tennis will air here on 4-8-9-12, followed by golf, with the basketball airing at 2pm 4e Aladdin 5 Inspiration of Painting 6-10-13 The Mask 6c-7-10s News 7e-12c Bugs Bunny & Tweety 13e At a Bend in a Mexican River 22 Katie & Orbie (Canadian cartoon narrated by Leslie Nielsen) 48 This Week in Motorsports 50 MotorWeek 65 Sylvester & Tweety Mysteries TLA Iron Man 8:30 2-14 Killer Tomatoes 3 Collecting Across America 4-8-9-12 California Dreams 4e Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 5 Victory Garden 6-10-13 Ace Ventura 6c-7-10s Bugs Bunny & Tweety

22 Big Comfy Couch 48-50 Infomercial 65 Animaniacs TLA Fantastic Four 9:00 2-14 Casper 3 Marcia Adams' Kitchen 4-8-9-12 Saved by the Bell: The New Class 4c The Mask 5 American Woodshop 6-10-13 Felix the Cat 6c-7-7e-10s-12c Fudge 13e Sewing Today 22 Ciao Italia 48-50 Bob Vila's Home Again TLA Sylvester & Tweety Mysteries 9:30 2-14 Spider-Man 3 Inn Country Chefs 4-8-9-12 NBA Inside Stuff 4e Ace Ventura 5 New Yankee Workshop 6-10-13 Adventures of Hyperman 6c-7-7e-10s-12c Reboot 13e From a Country Garden 22 Computer Chronicles 48 Real Estate Classifieds 50 Haven 65 Pinky & the Brain TLA Animaniacs 10:00 2-14 X-Men 3 Your Organic Garden 4-8-9-12 French Open Tennis (same-day tape) 4e Felix the Cat 5 This Old House 6-10-13 Beakman's World 6c-7-7e-10s-12c What-a-Mess 13e Tracks Ahead 22 Sew Many Quilts 26-41 Las Nuevas Aventuras de Chespirito 48 Haven 50 Mortgage Matters 65 Freakazoid! 10:30 2-14 Life with Louie 3-22 Victory Garden 4e Adventures of Hyperman 5 Hometime 6-10-13 Really Wild Animals 6c-7-7e-10s-12c Rhythm & Jam (Kool Moe Dee explains the fundamentals of music to young people; videos from En Vogue and Paul Simon air)

13e Play Bridge! 48 Martha Stewart Living 50 Real Estate Classifieds 65 Earthworm Jim TLA Pinky & the Brain 11:00 2 Gladiators 2000 3 Inspiration of Painting 4e-6-10-13 College World Series 5 GED 6c-7-10s Animal Adventures 7e Murphy Brown 12c Emergency Call 13e Collecting Across America 14 Reality Check 22 Frugal Gourmet 26-41 Super Sabado 48 Movie "Let It Ride" 50 Infomercials 65 Jetsons TLA Freakazoid! 11:30 2 Olympic Century (premiere) 3 Joy of Painting 6c-7-10s Infomercials 7e Summer Flicks-Hot Picks 12c Tornado Alert 13e Country Inn Cooking 14 Out of the Blue 22 This Old House 65 Flintstones TLA Earthworm Jim Afternoon 2 Fresh Prince of Bel Air 3 Jenkin's Art Workshop 5 Frugal Gourmet 13e Cooking with Ursula 14 Infomercials 22 Chef Paul Prudhomme 50 Movie "Let It Ride" 65 Action Man TLA Saved by the Bell 12:30 2 Night Court 3 Quilt in a Day 5 Mollie Katzen's Cooking 6c-7-7e-10s-12c Bowling: Greater Hartford Open 13e Cooking Secrets of the CIA 22 Hometime 65 WMAC Masters TLA Blossom

1:00 2-14 In the Zone (premiere; this was the first weekend for Fox's MLB coverage) 3 Sew Many Quilts 4-8-9-12 US Women's Open golf 5 Quilting from the Heartland 13e Ciao Italia 22 Best of Kerr 26-41 Onda Max 48 Save Our Streets 65 Infomercial TLA California Dreams 1:30 2-14 Baseball Pre-Game 3 Strip Quilting with Kaye Wood 5 Quilt in a Day 13e Sewing with Nancy 22 Country Inn Cooking 65 WWF Superstars TLA Out of the Blue 2:00 2-14 Baseball: Los Angeles-NY Mets 3 Creative Living 4-8-9-12 NASCAR Craftsman Series truck race 5 Tracks Ahead 6c-7-7e-10s-12c Memorial Tournament golf 13e Kaye's Quilting Friends 22 At Home with Flowers 26-41 Caliente 48 American Gladiators 50 Hardy Boys/Nancy Drew TLA Soul Train 2:30 3 Martha's Sewing Room 5 Trailside 13e Inspiration of Painting 22 Sneak Previews 26-41 Control 65 Extremists 3:00 3 Frugal Gourmet 5 Nova "Hunt for the Serial Arsonists" (the hunt for the person responsible for a series of fires in California in the late 80s/early 90s) 13e Joy of Painting 22 Nature 26-41 Pelicula "Lola la Trailera III" 48 Karate 50 Out of the Blue 65 Outdoorsman TLA One West Waikiki 3:30 3 This Old House

13e Victory Garden 48 Gladiators 2000 50 California Dreams 65 Fishing Lessons 4:00 3 Hometime 4-7e-8-9-12-12c Infomercials 4e A Current Affair: Extra 5 Wild America 6-10-13 World of National Geographic 6c-7-10s Our House 13e KCOS Super Shopper Auction 22 In the Mix 48 Singles 50 Beverly Hills 90210 65 MotorWeek TLA Xena: Warrior Princess 4:30 3 Welcome to My Studio 4-8-12 Star Trek: The Next Generation 5 Colores! 6c-7-10s M*A*S*H 7e Home Improvement 12c ABC World News Saturday 22 Ghostwriter 65 Your New House 5:00 2 American Gladiators 3 Swing with Nancy 4e-6-10-13 CBS Evening News 5 Austin City Limits 6c-7-10s-12c News 7e ABC World News Saturday 9 Siskel & Ebert 14 Babylon 5 22 Magic School Bus 26-41 Anabel 48-50 Baseball: Colorado-Pittsburgh (networked from KWGN) 65 WWW Wrestling (WCW Worldwide or Wild West from Dallas?) TLA Hercules: The Legendary Journeys 5:30 3 Tele-Auction Preview 4-8-9-12 NBC Nightly News 4e-6-7e-10-13 News 6c-7-10s ABC World News Saturday 12c Wheel of Fortune 22 Grilling with George Hirsch 26-41 Noticias Univision Evening 6:00 2-14 Stanley Cup Playoffs: teams TBA

* if no game airs: local programs at 6, Cops at 7, AMW at 8 3 Report from Santa Fe 4-6c-7-8-9-10s-12 News 4e Entertainment Tonight 5 Lawrence Welk 6-10-13 Jeopardy! 7e Star Trek: Deep Space Nine 12c Second Noah (rerun of pilot) 22 Colores! 26-41 De Buen Humor con Sabado Gigante (guests Shakira and Lorenzo Antonio) 65 Kickboxing TLA Movie "Battle Beyond the Stars" 6:30 3 Old Time Country 4-8-12 Seinfeld 6-9-10-13 Wheel of Fortune 6c-7-10s Siskel & Ebert 22 Que Pasa with Dolores 7:00 3-22 Lawrence Welk 4-8-9-12 CMN Champions (the 14th annual Children's Miracle Network telethon; TVG's ad also mentions KWES Odessa, KMGH Denver, and XHIJ Juarez) 4e-6-10-13 Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman 5 Great Performances "Divas" (looking at the reigning ladies of opera) 6c-7-7e-10s Second Noah (rerun of pilot) 12c Movie "Picture Perfect" 26-41 Sabado Gigante (guests Dyango, Hector Tricoche, and Liberacion) 65 Justin World Bull Riding Championshp 8:00 3 Austin City Limits (Merle Haggard retrospective) 4e-6-10-13 Touched by an Angel 5 Horatio Alger Awards (the 49th annual, honoring Americans who have overcome adversity to achieve success) 6c-7-7e-10s Movie "Picture Perfect" 22 Great Drives (Maria Conchita Alonso along Florida's A1A) 48 Star Trek: Voyager 50 One West Waikiki 65 High Tide TLA Xena: Warrior Princess 9:00 2 US Customs: Classified 3-22 Nova (same ep as ch 5, 3pm) 4e-6-10-13 Walker, Texas Ranger 5 Encore! Van Cliburn Competition Finals 12c News 14 Outer Limits 48 Matlock 50 Land's End 65 Tejano Country TLA Hercules: The Legendary Journeys 9:30

5 One Foot in the Grave 12c Outer Limits 65 Tejano Videos 10:00 2-4-4e-6-6c-7-7e-8-9-10-10s-12-13 News 3 Your Brain "A Lifetime of Brain Fitness" 14 Mad TV 22 Question of Equality "Generation Q" (gay rights in Massachusetts since passage of a "gay students law" in 1993) 26-41 Boxeo: Alejando Felix Montiel v Nelson Dieppo (same-day tape) 50 High Tide 65 WCW Wrestling TLA Billy Graham Crusade "A New Beginning" (from Cleveland) 10:05 2 Mad TV 10:30 4-8-9-12 CMN Champions 12c Tales from the Crypt 10:35 4e Tales from the Crypt 6-10-13 Lazarus Man (conclusion of the premiere) 6c-7-10s Hercules: The Legendary Journeys 7e Land's End 11:00 3 Nature (a look at the goshawk in Scotland) 5 One Foot in the Grave 12c Tales from the Crypt 13e Jack Horkheimer: Star Hustler 14-50 Infomercials 22 Ketoowahs Come Home (a Oklahoma tribe that's been trying to reclaim land in Arkansas, taken from them in 1828) 48 Highlander: The Series 65 Mystery Science Theater Hour "War of the Colossal Beast" (conclusion) TLA News 11:05 2 Kung Fu: The Legend Continues 4e Tales from the Crypt 11:30 5 Sneak Previews 12c Movie "The Russia House" 22 Jack Horkheimer: Star Hustler 26-41 Sensacionalisimo 50 The Parent 'Hood 11:35 4e Jack Van Impre 6-10-13 Infomercial 6c-7-10s Xena: Warrior Princess 7 Extra!

11:40 TLA Sportspage with Ed Arnold Late Night midnight 3 Austin City Limits 14 Court TV: Inside America's Courts 26-41 Noticias Univision 48 Infomercials 50 Wayans Bros. 65 Showtime at the Apollo TLA Coach 12:05 2 Forever Knight 4e Camino to Fame 6-10-13 Night Stand 12:30 14 Infomercial 26-41 Lo Mejor de Lente Loco 50 Unhappily Ever After TLA Movie "Dakota" 12:35 4e Entertainment Tonight 6c-7-10s In Concert (Brit Awards highlights) 7e TBA 1:00 26-41 De Buen Humor con Sabado Gigante 1:05 2 Coast Guard 6-10-13 Movie "Calendar Girl, Cop, Killer? The Bambi Bembenek Story" 6c-7-10s Infomercial 1:35 2 Emergency Call 6c-7-10s Movie "10" 2:00 26-41 Sabado Gigante 65 Power Mixx 2:05 2 Baywatch Knights 2:30 TLA Movie "A Cry in the Night" 3:00 65 Movie "Promise Him Anything..." 4:00

6c-7-10s Headline News 4:05 2 WCW Wrestling 4:30 65 Infomercial TLA Movie "Thunder Alley" Retro:Dallas/Fort Worth, Thursday, October 10, 1991 From The Bonham Daily Favorite(Via Google News Archive) (Notes:Listings run from 6 AM To 11:30 PM. I did not list PBS affiliate KERA Channel 13.) KDFW Channel 4(CBS) 6:00 News 7:00 CBS This Morning 9:00 Live With Regis And Kathie Lee 10:00 Price Is Right 11:00 Young And The Restless 12:00 News 12:30 Bold And The Beautiful 1:00 As The World Turns 2:00 Guiding Light 3:00 Montel Williams 4:00 Maury Povich 5:00 News 5:30 CBS News 6:00 News 6:30 Hard Copy 7:00 Top Cops 7:30 Baseball Playoffs:National League Game 2(Atlanta Braves At Pittsburgh Pirates) 10:00 News 10:30 Golden Girls 11:00 Fly By Night KXAS Channel 5(NBC) 6:00 News 7:00 Today 9:00 Santa Barbara 10:00 Jenny Jones 11:00 One On One 11:30 Now It Can Be Told 12:00 News 12:30 Days Of Our Lives 1:30 Another World 2:30 Love Story 3:00 Chuck Woolery 4:00 People's Court 4:30 Candid Camera 5:00 News 5:30 NBC News 6:00 News 6:30 Inside Edition 7:00 Cosby Show

7:30 A Different World 8:00 Cheers 8:30 Wings 9:00 L.A. Law 10:00 News 10:30 Tonight(Johnny Carson) 11:30 Love Connection WFAA Channel 8(ABC) 6:00 Daybreak 7:00 Good Morning America 9:00 Donahue 10:00 Home 11:00 All My Children 12:00 News 12:30 Loving 1:00 One Life To Live 2:00 General Hospital 3:00 Jeopardy! 3:30 Family Feud 4:00 Oprah Winfrey 5:00 News 5:30 ABC News 6:00 News 6:30 Wheel Of Fortune 7:00 Pros And Cons 8:00 FBI:The Untold Stories 9:00 Primetime Live 10:00 News 10:30 Nightline 11:00 Hill Street Blues KTVT Channel 11(Independent) 6:00 Infomercial 6:30 Casper 7:00 Dennis The Menace 7:30 Video Power 8:00 Tom And Jerry 8:30 Flintstones 9:00 ALF 9:30 Out Of This World 10:00 CHiPs 11:00 Happy Days 11:30 Bewitched 12:00 I Dream Of Jeannie 12:30 Movie-Policewoman Centerfold(Made For TV, 1983) 2:30 Saved By The Bell 3:00 Ducktales 3:30 Chip 'N' Dale's Rescue Rangers 4:00 Tale Spin 4:30 Darkwing Duck 5:00 Charles In Charge 5:30 Growing Pains 6:00 Cosby Show(2 episodes) 7:00 Movie-No Mercy(1986) 9:00 News

10:00 Night Court 10:30 Cheers 11:00 Twilight Zone 11:30 Hunter KTXA Channel 21(Independent) 6:00 Inspector Gadget 6:30 Bullwinkle 7:00 Jetsons 7:30 Merrie Melodies 8:00 Kids 8:30 Romper Room 9:00 Magnum, P.I. 10:00 Airwolf 11:00 WKRP In Cincinnati 11:30 Odd Couple 12:00 Andy Griffith 12:30 Gomer Pyle, U.S.M.C. 1:00 Beverly Hillbillies 1:30 Addams Family 2:00 Munsters 2:30 Merrie Melodies 3:00 Widget 3:30 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 4:00 James Bond, Jr. 4:30 Munsters 5:00 Perfect Strangers 5:30 Head Of The Class 6:00 Hogan Family 6:30 M*A*S*H 7:00 Movie-Blade Runner(1982) 9:30 Star Trek:The Next Generation 10:30 Arsenio Hall 11:30 M*A*S*H KDFI Channel 27(Independent) 6:30 Sea Hunt 7:00 Bugs Bunny(1 Hour) 8:00 Zorro 8:30 W.V. Grant 9:00 Success-N-Life 10:00 Infomercial 10:30 Hazel 11:00 Lou Grant 12:00 Success-N-Life 1:00 It's A Living 1:30 Partridge Family 2:00 Donna Reed 2:30 Father Knows Best 3:00 Abbott And Costello 3:30 Young People 4:00 Popeye 4:30 Bugs Bunny 5:00 Remington Steele 6:00 Highway To Heaven 7:00 Hawaii Five-O

8:00 Jerry Springer 9:00 Sally Jessy Raphael 10:00 Geraldo 11:00 Twilight Zone(2 episodes) KDAF Channel 33(FOX) 6:00 Popeye 6:30 New Adventures Of He-Man 7:00 G.I. Joe 7:30 Woody Woodpecker 8:00 Peter Pan And The Pirates 8:30 Heathcliff 9:00 Mr. Belvedere 9:30 Benson 10:00 The Judge 10:30 Divorce Court 11:00 The Judge 11:30 A Current Affair 12:00 Perry Mason 1:00 Simon And Simon 2:00 Brady Bunch 2:30 Small Wonder 3:00 Alvin And The Chipmunks 3:30 Jim Henson's Muppet Babies 4:00 Beetlejuice 4:30 Tiny Toon Adventures 5:00 Good Times 5:30 Studs 6:00 Who's The Boss? 6:30 Married... With Children 7:00 Simpsons 7:30 Drexell's Class 8:00 Beverly Hills, 90210 9:00 A Current Affair 9:30 E.D.J. 10:00 I Love Lucy(2 episodes) 11:00 Perry Mason KXTX Channel 39(Independent) 6:00 To Be Announced 6:30 Larry Lea 7:00 James Robison 7:30 Kenneth Copeland 8:00 To Be Announced(1 Hour) 9:00 700 Club 10:00 Mister Ed(2 episodes) 11:00 Get Smart(2 episodes) 12:00 Hogan's Heroes(2 episodes) 1:00 Mary Tyler Moore(2 episodes) 2:00 One Day At A Time(2 episodes) 3:00 A-Team 4:00 Punky Brewster 4:30 Gimme A Break! 5:00 Amen 5:30 Sanford And Son 6:00 227

6:30 A Different World 7:00 Knight Rider 8:00 Movie-K-9000(Made For TV, 1991) 10:00 Sanford And Son 10:30 Amen 11:00 One Day At A Time 11:30 700 Club Retro: Edmundston, NB Fri, May 29, 1981 from La Republique via Google News Archive CBAFT-SRC Moncton (OTA-13) 10:00 En mouvement 10:15 Les 100 tours de Centour 10:30 Animagerie 10:45 Mon ami Guignol 11:00 Passe-Partout 11:30 Magazine-Express noon Au fil de la semaine 12:30 Joe le fugitif 1:00 Le Telejournal 1:05 Au pays de l'arc-en-ciel (Adventures in Rainbow Country) 1:35 Midi plus 2:31 Femmes d'aujourd'hui 3:30 Cinema "Un drole de paroissien" 5:00 Bobino 5:30 Dans ce pays 6:00 Jamais deux sans toi 6:30 Coup d'oeil 7:00 Les Maritimes aujourd'hui-1ere edition 7:30 Ce soir/Telejournal national 8:00 Les brigades du tigre 9:00 Le monde de Marcel Dube 9:30 Hors series "Les mysteres de Paris" 10:30 Consommateurs plus 11:30 Le Telejournal 12:05 Les Maritimes aujourd'hui-2e edition 12:12 Sports 12:22 Telex arts 12:33 Cinema "Le passe simple" WAGM-CBS/NBC/ABC Presque Isle (OTA-8/11) 7:00 Jim Bakker 8:00 Good Morning America 10:00 Captain Kangaroo 11:00 Jeffersons 11:30 Alice noon Price is Right 1:00 Let's Make a Deal 1:30 Search for Tomorrow 2:00 Young & the Restless 3:00 As the World Turns 4:00 Guiding Light 5:00 One Day at a Time

5:30 John Davidson 7:00 Action 8 News 7:30 CBS Evening News 8:00 Joker's Wild 8:30 Tic Tac Dough 9:00 Incredible Hulk 10:00 Dukes of Hazzard 11:00 Dallas mid. Telejournal News (simulcast from WABI Bangor?) 12:30 CBS Late Movie CIMT-TVA Riviere du Loup (OTA-4; much of the programming is networked from CFCM Quebec City) 8:25 sign-on 8:30 Les p'tits bonshommes 8:45 Le 745 10:00 A la bonne franquette 10:30 Votre amie Suzanne noon Info mag 1:00 Dessins animes (cartoons) 1:15 Midi nouvelles 1:30 Cine-Quiz "Suspicion" 3:30 Janette veut savoir 4:30 Gronigo et cie 5:00 Les p'tits bonshomes 5:30 La soeur volante (Flying Nun) 6:00 Les Tannants 7:00 Nouvelles 7:30 L'homme de 6 000 000$ (Six Million Dollar Man) 8:30 J'ai mon voyage 9:00 Science et technologie 9:30 La parole est a vous 10:30 Michel Jasmin 11:29 La Quotidienne loto draw 11:30 Nouvelles TVA mid. Sports 12:15 La couleur du temps 12:25 Cine-Week-End "Le boucanier" 2:00 Cine-Week-End "Les filles de Malamort" WLBZ-NBC Bangor (cable only) 7:30 First Radio Parish Church 7:35 NewsCenter Report 8:00 Today 10:00 Donahue 11:00 Las Vegas Gambit 11:30 Blockbusters noon Wheel of Fortune 12:30 Password Plus 1:00 Card Sharks 1:30 Doctors 2:00 Days of Our Lives 3:00 Another World 4:00 Texas 5:00 Great Money Movie 7:00 NewsCenter 2

7:30 NBC Nightly News 8:00 M*A*S*H 8:30 Family Feud 9:00 Harper Valley, PTA 9:30 Sanford 10:00 Specials (the paper's listings were skimpy on descriptions, what were these specials?) mid. NewsCenter 2 12:30 Tonight Show 1:30 SCTV Network 90 CHSJ-CBC Saint John (the nearest tx (OTA 6) was in Bon Accord, near Perth-Andover; not sure if the signal reached up to Edmundston, definitely carried on cable) 8:00 test pattern 8:30 100 Huntley Street 10:00 Canadian Schools 10:30 Mr. Dressup 11:00 Sesame Street noon Mid-Day 12:30 Match Game (except in the North Shore and Miramichi, which got North East Report instead) 1:00 Price is Right 2:00 Edge of Night 2:30 Take 30 3:00 Today from... 4:00 What's New 4:30 Wok with Yan 5:00 King of Kensington 5:30 New Brunswick Report (from CBC Fredericton) 6:30 Family Feud 7:00 Flamingo Road 8:00 Mork & Mindy 8:30 WKRP in Cincinnati 9:00 Royal Canadian Air Farce (their first stint on TV) 9:30 John Allan Cameron 10:00 Dallas 11:00 The National 11:25 Final Report 11:40 Shock Theatre (horror flicks; later in the decade, Benny Hill would follow the news at 11:30, with Shock Theatre at midnight) Prior to 1977, the Radio-Canada signal in Edmundston came from CJBR-TV in Rimouski, via rebroadcaster CJBR-TV-1. After the CBC bought CJBR that year, they switched the Edmundston transmitter's originating station to CBAFT Moncton. WAGM had, and still has (according to Wikipedia), an analog translator at Madawaska, which is the above-mentioned Channel 11 signal. Did they not get ATV on cable by then? I know that there was no OTA signal for any of the ATV stations up there though... Retro: Portland Mon, May 24, 1965 from TV Guide-Portland edition KATU 2-ABC 7:00 Down to Earth (Brumfield)

7:15 Man & Tragedy 7:45 Breakfast with Rusty 8:30 Romper Room (Miss Sue) 9:00 Love That Bob! 9:30 Our Miss Brooks 9:55 News/Weather 10:00 Girl Talk (panelists Patricia Morison, Ruth Waterbury, and Maxine Messenger) 10:30 Divorce Court "Ingstrom vs Ingstrom" 11:30 Price is Right noon Donna Reed 12:30 Father Knows Best 1:00 Rebus 1:30 Smorgasbord 2:00 Flame in the Wind 2:30 Day in Court 2:55 ABC News 3:00 General Hospital 3:30 Young Marrieds 4:00 Trailmaster 5:00 Deputy "Past and Present" 5:30 Dobie Gillis 6:00 News (Pat Wilkins) 6:15 ABC News 6:30 Leave It to Beaver "Beaver Takes a Drive" 7:00 Marshal Dillon (Gunsmoke) 7:30 Voyage "Submarine Sunk Here" 8:30 No Time for Sergeants 9:00 Wendy & Me 9:30 Bing Crosby "A Fine Romance" 10:00 Ben Casey "For Jimmy, the Best of Everything" 11:00 News/Sports 11:30 Nightlife KOIN 6-CBS 7:00 Summer Semester "The Politics of Peace" 7:30 Weather Forecast 7:35 Cartoon Circus 8:00 Captain Kangaroo 9:00 CBS Morning News 9:30 I Love Lucy 10:00 Andy Griffith 10:30 (Real) McCoys 11:00 Love of Life 11:25 CBS News 11:30 Search for Tomorrow 11:45 Guiding Light noon News/Weather 12:05 Hi Neighbor 12:30 As the World Turns 1:00 KOIN Kitchen (Betty Davis) 1:30 House Party (guests: stunt performers Dean Smith and Sharon Lucas) 2:00 To Tell the Truth 2:25 CBS News 2:30 Edge of Night 3:00 Secret Storm 3:30 Password

4:00 Movie "Beyond the Forest" 5:45 News (Chuck Foster) 6:30 CBS News 7:00 Pioneers 7:30 To Tell the Truth 8:00 I've Got a Secret (Sam Leveson has a secret for the panel) 8:30 Andy Griffith 9:00 Lucille Ball 9:30 Danny Thomas "Shy Alfie" 10:00 CBS News Special "National Drivers Test" 11:00 News/Sports 11:30 Silents Please KGW 8-NBC 6:15 Town & Country 6:20 US History 7:00 Today (starting a week in Greece) 8:00 Telescope (c) 9:00 Truth or Consequences (c) 9:30 What's This Song? (c) 9:55 NBC News 10:00 Concentration 10:30 Jeopardy! (c) 11:00 Call My Bluff (c) 11:30 I'll Bet (c) 11:55 NBC News noon News (c/Rick Meyers) 12:25 NBC News 12:30 Moment of Truth 1:00 Doctors 1:30 Another World 2:00 You Don't Say! (c) 2:30 Match Game (c) 2:55 NBC News 3:00 Let's Make a Deal 3:25 News 3:30 Channel 8 Matinee "Susan Slept Here" 5:00 Heck's Fun Farm (c) 5:30 Bachelor Father 6:00 NBC News 6:30 News (Richard Ross) 7:00 Science in Action "Diving Saucers" (c/a look at mini-subs) 7:30 Karen 8:00 Man from UNCLE "The Giuoco Piano Affair" 9:00 Andy Williams (c/guests Maureen O'Hara, Bill Dana, and Dorival Caymmi) 10:00 Alfred Hitchcock "Change of Address" 11:00 News/Sports 11:30 Tonight Show (c) KOAP 10-Edu 9:00 Elementary Logic 9:45 Industry on Parade 10:00 Population Problem 11:00 General Biology 11:45 Sing Hi, Sing Lo noon TV Kindergarten

12:30 Creative Person 1:00 America's Crises 2:00 Training for Aides 2:30 Armchair Traveler 3:00 Spectrum 3:30 Big Picture 4:00 Sing Hi, Sing Lo 4:15 Happy Attic --7:00 What's New "Age of the Beaver" 7:30 Criminal Man 8:00 World of Music (guests Agnes De Mille and Morton Gould) 8:30 Oregon at Work 9:00 Hearing on Viet Nam (highlights of the May 15th public hearing on American police in Vietnam) 10:00 See Who's Here KPTV 12-Ind 10:00 Film Feature 10:30 Jack LaLanne 11:00 12 in the Morning 11:30 Sergeant Preston noon Cartoon Castle 12:45 King & Odie 1:00 People are Funny 1:30 Movie "Breakfast for Two" 3:15 News (Duane Bock) 3:30 Touche Turtle (c) 4:15 Rocky & His Friends (c/Bullwinkle) 4:30 Popeye's Pier 12 (c) 5:00 Lloyd Thaxton (guest Timi Yuro) 6:00 Woody Woodpecker 6:30 Trackdown 7:00 Rifleman "The Man from Salinas" 7:30 Vagabond "Emerald of Mayarit" (c/following skin-divers and fishermen in Mazatlan) 8:00 Cheyenne "Vengeance is Mine" 9:00 Dick Powell "Obituary for Mr. X" 10:00 Let's Go Golfing (c) 10:30 Racing Special: 1964 Indianapolis 500 (c) 11:00 Sports Final (Jimmy Jones) 11:05 Movie "The Judge Steps Out" Retro: Carolina-Tennessee Tuesday, May 22, 1979 From TV Guide, Carolina-Tennessee Edition: WSJK (WETP) Ch. 2 Sneedville, TN (PBS) 7:45 A.M. Weather 8 AM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 8:30 In-school programs 10:10 Electric Company 10:40 In-school programs 11:10 Sesame Street 12:10 In-school programs

3 PM Lilias, Yoga And You 3:30 GED 4 PM Sesame Street 5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 5:30 Electric Company 6 PM Studio See 6:30 Over Easy (Charlton Heston discusses his book "The Actor's Life") 7 PM MacNeil/Lehrer Report 7:30 Boone's Creek Elementary School Chorus 8 PM Previn And The Pittsburgh (tribute to British composer Benjamin Britten with tenor Robert Tear, French-horn player Barry Tuckwell, and Andre Previn conducting the Pittsburgh Symphony) 9 PM Lewis Mumford: Toward Human Architecture (a history of American architecture, contains stills of the building of the Brooklyn Bridge) 10:30 Gravity Is My Enemy (the late quadriplegic artist Mark Hicks, who painted and sketched by holding brushes and pencils between his teeth; paralyzed at age 12, he died at age 27, three weeks after completion of this film) 11 PM Dick Cavett (Part 1 of 3 on silent-film comedians: critic Walter Kerr discusses Charlie Chaplin) 11:30 Captioned ABC News WBTV Ch. 3 Charlotte (CBS) 6:10 Story Of Jesus 6:15 This Morning 7 AM Morning With Bob Schieffer 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Donahue (topic: the legality of high-school drug searches) 10 AM All In The Family 10:30 Whew! 10:55 CBS News (Douglas Edwards) 11 AM Price Is Right 12 N Top O' The Day (the best sunglasses for eye protection; Part 2 of a series on couples focuses on the influence of other people on a marriage) 1 PM Search For Tomorrow (delay from 12:30) 1:30 As The World Turns 2:30 Guiding Light 3:30 Gilligan's Island 4 PM Emergency One! 5 PM Gunsmoke 6 PM News 7 PM CBS News (Walter Cronkite) 7:30 $100,000 Name That Tune 8 PM The Paper Chase 9 PM Blind Ambition (Part 3 of 4) 11 PM News 11:30 Barnaby Jones 12:40 CBS Movie: "Deadly Hero" WFBC (WYFF) Ch. 4 Greenville, SC (NBC)

6 AM Rascals' Clubhouse 6:30 Cartoon Carnival 7 AM Today (Tom Brokaw) 9 AM Donahue (the Juvenile Awareness Program at Rahway (NJ) State Prison, subject of the special "Scared Straight!") 10 AM Card Sharks 10:30 All Star Secrets (Tom Bosley, Buddy Hackett, Janet Lennon, John Saxon, Susan Strasberg) 11 AM High Rollers 11:30 Wheel Of Fortune 12 N News 12:30 Hollywood Squares (Fionnula Flanagan, George Gobel, Earl Holliman, Audrey Landers, Rose Marie, Susan Richardson, Robert Walden, Demond Wilson, Paul Lynde) 1 PM Days Of Our Lives 2 PM The Doctors 2:30 Another World 4 PM Tom & Jerry And Friends 4:30 Bionic Woman 5:30 Mary Tyler Moore 6 PM News 7 PM NBC News (John Chancellor/David Brinkley) 7:30 Candid Camera (a doorway in the middle of a sidewalk; a phone booth lying on its side) 8 PM Greatest Heroes Of The Bible (Ed Ames as Lot, Abraham's nephew, who leads his people into an ill-fated alliance with the king of Sodom and Gomorrah.) 9 PM A Man Called Intrepid (conclusion) 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show (author William Saroyan is a guest) 1 AM Tomorrow (Estelle Parsons; Judy Chavez, who discusses her love affair with a high-ranking Russian defector) WCYB Ch. 5 Bristol, VA (NBC) 7 AM Today 9 AM Today On 5 10 AM Card Sharks 10:30 All Star Secrets 11 AM High Rollers 11:30 Wheel Of Fortune 12 N News 12:30 Hollywood Squares 1 PM Days Of Our Lives 2 PM The Doctors 2:30 Another World 4 PM Bewitched 4:30 Big Valley 5:30 Gomer Pyle, USMC 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News 7 PM Newlywed Game 7:30 Cross-Wits (Carolyn Jones, Shelley Berman, Lee Meriwether, Tom Hallick) 8 PM Greatest Heroes Of The Bible 9 PM A Man Called Intrepid (conclusion)

11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show 1 AM Tomorrow WATE Ch. 6 Knoxville (NBC, would switch to ABC Sept. 17) 6 AM Today In Tennessee 7 AM Today 9 AM Dinah! (Burt Bacharach, Casey Kasem, singers Linda Clifford, Emmylou Harris, and McGuinn, Clark, and Hillman, Ricky Skaggs) 10 AM Card Sharks 10:30 All Star Secrets 11 AM High Rollers 11:30 Wheel Of Fortune 12 N News 12:30 Hollywood Squares 1 PM Days Of Our Lives 2 PM The Doctors 2:30 Another World 4 PM Movie: "The Man Who Loved Cat Dancing" 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News 7 PM Sanford And Son 7:30 $100,000 Name That Tune 8 PM Greatest Heroes Of The Bible 9 PM A Man Called Intrepid (conclusion) 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show 1 AM Tomorrow WSPA Ch. 7 Spartanburg, SC (CBS) 6 AM TBA 6:30 Not For Women Only (Gov. Ella Grasso, Democrat from Connecticut, is guest on the second of five programs about women in politics.) 7 AM Morning With Bob Schieffer 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Dinah! (Bonnie Franklin, Stephen Shortridge, psychologist Wayne Dyer, Robert Osborne discusses his book "50 Golden Years Of Oscar") 10 AM Nancy Welch (disco from the Coffee Street Mall in Greenville) 10:30 Whew! 10:55 News (local) 11 AM Price Is Right 12 N Young And The Restless 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM Love Of Life (delay from 4 PM) 1:30 As The World Turns 2:30 Guiding Light 3:30 M*A*S*H 4 PM Partridge Family (Arte Johnson as a kook who's put up a semi-nude painting on the Partridges' garage) 4:30 My Three Sons 5 PM Bewitched

5:30 Sanford And Son 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Dating Game 7:30 $25,000 Pyramid (Lois Nettleton, Michael McKean) 8 PM The Paper Chase 9 PM Blind Ambition (Part 3 of 4) 11 PM News 11:30 Barnaby Jones 12:40 CBS Movie: "Deadly Hero" WSOC Ch. 9 Charlotte (ABC) 6:20 Rise And Shine 6:30 Arthur Smith 7 AM Good Morning America (David Hartman) 9 AM Good Morning Carolina (race day at the Charlotte Motor Speedway, coming up the following Sunday) 9:30 $20,000 Pyramid ("Edge Of Night" vs. "Ryan's Hope," delay from 12 N) 10 AM Merv Griffin (Robert Blake, Charlie Callas, Sister Sledge) 11 AM Laverne & Shirley 11:30 Family Feud 12 N News 12:30 Ryan's Hope 1 PM All My Children 2 PM One Life To Live 3 PM General Hospital 4 PM Edge Of Night 4:30 Bewitched 5 PM Bionic Woman 6 PM News 6:30 ABC World News Tonight 7 PM Cross-Wits (Vikki Carr, Vicki Lawrence, Soupy Sales, Orson Bean) 7:30 Newlywed Game 8 PM Happy Days 8:30 Laverne & Shirley 9 PM Three's Company 9:30 Taxi 10 PM Helen Reddy Special (guests: Jane Fonda, Elliott Gould) 11 PM News 11:30 ABC Movie: "The Friends Of Eddie Coyle" 1:40 News WBIR Ch. 10 Knoxville (CBS) 6 AM Farm And Home Show 6:30 Carl Williams (public affairs) 7 AM Morning With Bob Schieffer 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Donahue (topic: group-therapy treatment for cancer patients) 10 AM All In The Family 10:30 Whew! 10:55 CBS News

11 AM Price Is Right 12 N Young And The Restless 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM Petticoat Junction 1:30 As The World Turns 2:30 Guiding Light 3:30 M*A*S*H 4 PM Bugs Bunny 4:30 Gilligan's Island (guest: Phil Silvers, whose company Gladasya Productions, produced this show) 5 PM Brady Bunch 5:30 Gomer Pyle, USMC 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Newlywed Game 7:30 Hollywood Squares (Howard Platt, Denise Nicholas, McLean Stevenson, Pat Klous, Connie Sellecca, George Gobel, Laurette Spang, Gary Burghoff, Paul Lynde) 8 PM The Paper Chase 9 PM Blind Ambition (Part 3 of 4) 11 PM News 11:30 Barnaby Jones 12:40 CBS Movie: "Deadly Hero" WJHL Ch. 11 Johnson City, TN (CBS) 6:30 First Call 7 AM Morning With Bob Schieffer 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Dinah! (Allen Ludden, Dorian Harewood, Rita Moreno, Boney M) 10 AM All In The Family 10:30 Whew! 10:55 CBS News 11 AM Price Is Right 12 N News 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM Young And The Restless 1:30 As The World Turns 2:30 Guiding Light 3:30 Love Of Life 4 PM Munsters 4:30 Dick Van Dyke 5 PM Gunsmoke 5:55 Weather 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Sanford And Son 7:30 Liars Club (Larry Hovis, Bob Eubanks, Dody Goodman, Mickey Manners) 8 PM The Paper Chase 9 PM Blind Ambition (Part 3 of 4) 11 PM News 11:30 Barnaby Jones 12:40 CBS Movie: "Deadly Hero"

WLOS Ch. 13 Asheville, NC (ABC) 6 AM UNC-Asheville 6:25 Ed Allen Time (exercises) 6:55 News For Farmers 7 AM Mr. Bill And Friends 7:25 Good Morning Carolina 7:30 Good Morning America (joined in progress) 9 AM Sesame Street 10 AM Big Valley 11 AM Laverne & Shirley 11:30 Family Feud 12 N Joker's Wild 12:30 Ryan's Hope 1 PM All My Children 2 PM One Life To Live 3 PM General Hospital 4 PM Bugs Bunny And Friends 4:30 Brady Bunch 5 PM Six Million Dollar Man 6 PM Andy Griffith 6:30 ABC World News Tonight 7 PM News 7:30 Tic Tac Dough 8 PM Happy Days 8:30 Laverne & Shirley 9 PM Three's Company 9:30 Taxi 10 PM Helen Reddy Special 11 PM News 11:30 ABC Movie: "The Friends Of Eddie Coyle" WHKY Ch. 14 Hickory, NC (Ind.) 11 AM Movie: "Svengali" (Lionel Barrymore, from '31) 12:30 News 1 PM Not For Women Only 1:30 700 Club 3 PM Rascals' Club 4:30 Uncle Waldo 5 PM Rocky & His Friends 5:30 Underdog 6 PM News 6:30 Great Ocean Ski Race (the 1976 Long Beach-Catalina Ski Race, 62 miles over open ocean) 7 PM Scope 7:30 Pentecostal Hour 8 PM Boyd Mellon (gospel music) 8:30 Showers Of Blessings 9:30 Bible Hour 10 PM News 10:25 Devotions 10:30 Victorious Living 11 PM Norman Vincent Peale 11:30 Movie: "The Gold Rush" (Charlie Chaplin classic from '25, silent)

WGGS Ch. 16 Greenville, SC (Ind.) 7 AM Lone Ranger 7:30 Hopalong Cassidy 8 AM The Archies 8:30 Big Blue Marble 9 AM Night Line (rerun of the previous night's program, changed its spelling to "Nite Line" after the debut of ABC's "Nightline") 10:30 Greenville 11 AM The Happy Hour 11:30 Lester Sumrall 1 PM PTL Club 3 PM New Zoo Revue 3:30 Flintstones 4 PM Stagecoach West 5 PM Hopalong Cassidy 5:30 Little Rascals 6 PM Mister Ed 6:30 Green Acres 7 PM Ozzie And Harriet 7:30 High Adventure 8 PM The Bible In Action 8:30 Night Line 10 PM 700 Club sign off 11:30 PM WTCG (WPCH) Ch. 17 Atlanta (Ind.) 5:20 World At Large 6:10 News 6:30 Dragnet 7 AM Three Stooges/Little Rascals 8 AM Leave It To Beaver 8:30 Romper Room 9 AM The Lucy Show 9:30 Green Acres 10 AM Movie: "My Friend Irma" (the movie that launched Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis, from '49) 11:55 News 12:10 Movie: "Back Street" 2:30 I Love Lucy 3 PM Rebop 3:30 Flintstones 4 PM Space Giants 4:30 Gilligan's Island 5 PM I Dream Of Jeannie 5:30 The Lucy Show 6 PM Andy Griffith 6:30 My Three Sons 7 PM Carol Burnett And Friends 7:30 Baseball: Astros-Braves 10 PM America (Alistair Cooke reflects on the writing and ratification of the Constitution, time approximate) 11 PM Hogan's Heroes 11:30 Movie: "The Day Of The Triffids"

1:30 Baseball: Astros-Braves (taped rerun) 4 AM News (time approximate) 4:20 12 O'Clock High WUNE Ch. 17 Linville, NC/WUNF Ch. 33 Asheville (PBS) 9 AM Sesame Street 10 AM In-school programs 12:30 Electric Company 1 PM In-school programs 3 PM Crockett's Victory Garden 3:30 Over Easy (Ralph Nader; a "non-institutional" home for low-income senior citizens) 4 PM Sesame Street 5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 5:30 Electric Company 6 PM Studio See 6:30 Making It Count 7 PM General Assembly Today 7:30 MacNeil/Lehrer Report 8 PM Previn And The Pittsburgh 9 PM Lewis Mumford: Toward Human Architecture 10:30 Gravity Is My Enemy sign off 11 PM WCCB Ch. 18 Charlotte (Ind.) 6 AM News 6:35 Forum 6:50 Let's Think It Over 7 AM 700 Club 8:30 Practical Christian Living 9 AM Mike Douglas (from Las Vegas: co-host Ben Vereen; Roy Clark, Pat Cooper, Robert Guillaume, banjo player Buck Trent) 10 AM Joker's Wild 10:30 Forum 10:45 News 11 AM PTL Club 1 PM Wild Wild West 2 PM Cartoon Carnival 2:30 Groovie Goolies 3 PM Fred Flintstone & Friends 3:30 Batman 4 PM Spider-Man 4:30 Krofft Superstars 5 PM Little Rascals & Friends 5:30 Partridge Family 6 PM I Love Lucy 6:30 Dick Van Dyke (guest: Don Rickles) 7 PM Dating Game 7:30 Real McCoys 8 PM Movie: "The Execution Of Private Slovik" 10:30 Have Gun, Will Travel 11 PM Gong Show (Arte Johnson, Jaye P. Morgan, Jamie Farr)

11:30 PTL Club 1:30 News WKPT Ch. 19 Kingsport, TN (ABC) 6:30 Words Of Truth 6:45 Assembly Echoes 7 AM Good Morning America 9 AM Donahue (Dr. Joyce Brothers) 10 AM 700 Club 11 AM Laverne & Shirley 11:30 Family Feud 12 N $20,000 Pyramid (Daryl Anderson, Anita Gillette) 12:30 Ryan's Hope 1 PM All My Children 2 PM One Life To Live 3 PM General Hospital 4 PM Daniel Boone 5 PM Six Million Dollar Man 6 PM News 6:30 ABC World News Tonight 7 PM Adam-12 7:30 Dating Game 8 PM Happy Days 8:30 Laverne & Shirley 9 PM Three's Company 9:30 Taxi 10 PM Helen Reddy Special 11 PM News 11:30 PTL Club WTVK Ch. 26 (WVLT Ch. 8) Knoxville (ABC, would move to NBC Sept. 17) 6 AM PTL Club 7 AM Good Morning America 9 AM 700 Club 10:30 Edge Of Night 11 AM Laverne & Shirley 11:30 Family Feud 12 N $20,000 Pyramid 12:30 Ryan's Hope 1 PM All My Children 2 PM One Life To Live 3 PM General Hospital 4 PM Tom & Jerry/Woody Woodpecker 5 PM I Love Lucy 5:30 Cross-Wits (Robert Reed, Suzanne Somers, James Hampton, Rhonda Bates) 6 PM News 6:30 ABC World News Tonight 7 PM Joker's Wild 7:30 Dating Game 8 PM Happy Days 8:30 Laverne & Shirley 9 PM Three's Company

9:30 Taxi 10 PM Helen Reddy Special 11 PM News 11:30 ABC Movie: "The Friends Of Eddie Coyle" WNTV Ch. 29 Greenville, SC (PBS) 7:15 Lilias, Yoga And You 7:45 In-school programs 9:05 Electric Company 9:35 In-school programs 4:30 Sesame Street 5:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 6 PM Over Easy (guest: Frankie Laine) 6:30 Jobman Caravan 7 PM MacNeil/Lehrer Report 7:30 Seven30 (treatment of athletic injuries) 8 PM Bill Moyers' Journal (topic: racism and the judicial process) 9 PM Views Of Asia (part 1 of 6 looks at Indonesia) 10 PM The Advocates (should states assume financial control of public schools?) 11 PM Dick Cavett 11:30 Captioned ABC News 12 M MacNeil/Lehrer Report WNSC Ch. 30 Rock Hill, SC (PBS) 7:15 Lilias, Yoga And You 7:45 In-school programs 9:40 Electric Company 10:10 In-school programs 4:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 5 PM Sesame Street 6 PM Over Easy 6:30 Another Voice 7 PM Upstate Edition 7:30 Seven30 8 PM Previn And The Pittsburgh 9 PM Lewis Mumford: Toward Human Architecture 10:30 Piedmont Chamber Orchestra 11 PM Dick Cavett 11:30 Captioned ABC News WRET (WCNC) Ch. 36 Charlotte (NBC) 6 AM New Zoo Revue 6:30 Ed Allen Time 7 AM Today 9 AM Another World 10:30 All Star Secrets 11 AM High Rollers 11:30 Wheel Of Fortune 12 N Marcus Welby, M.D. 1 PM Days Of Our Lives 2 PM The Doctors 2:30 Hollywood Squares (delay from 12:30 PM)

3 PM Popeye And Pals 3:30 Flintstones 4 PM Leave It To Beaver 4:30 Beverly Hillbillies 5 PM Gomer Pyle, USMC 5:30 Andy Griffith 6 PM Sanford And Son 6:30 NBC News 7 PM News 7:30 Wild Kingdom 8 PM Greatest Heroes Of The Bible 9 PM A Man Called Intrepid (conclusion) 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show 1 AM Tomorrow 2 AM News 2:15 Movie: "Bedtime Story" 4 AM Movie: "Hell Below Zero" WAIM (WMYA) Ch. 40 Anderson, SC (Ind.) 2 PM Bullwinkle 2:30 Flintstones 3 PM Rocky & His Friends 3:30 Tennessee Tuxedo 4 PM The Archies 4:30 Jonny Quest 5 PM 700 Club 6:30 Mike Douglas (co-hostess Loretta Swit; Peter Frampton, Larry Hagman, Lorenzo Lamas, Charlie Callas, Marilyn Michaels) 8 PM Arthur Smith 8:30 Movie: TBA sign off after the movie WSVN (WSBN) Ch. 47 Norton, VA (PBS) 8:45 A.M. Weather 9 AM Sesame Street 10 AM Electric Company TV Guide doesn't indicate if Ch. 47 carries in-school programs. The next program listed is: 3:30 Genealogy 4 PM Sesame Street 5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 5:30 Over Easy (same as WUNE/WUNF at 3:30) 6 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 6:30 Electric Company 7 PM MacNeil/Lehrer Report 7:30 Genealogy 8 PM Previn And The Pittsburgh 9 PM Lewis Mumford: Toward Human Architecture 10:30 World Today (oil and politics in the Middle East) sign off 11 PM WCPT Ch. 55 Crossville, TN (Ind.)

8 AM Morningside 9 AM Not For Women Only 9:30 Jetsons 10 AM Underdog 10:30 Rocky & His Friends 11 AM PTL Club 1 PM Valley Of The Dinosaurs 1:30 Mission: Magic 2 PM 700 Club 3:30 Not For Women Only 4 PM Concerts & Cartoons 5 PM New Zoo Revue 5:30 New Mickey Mouse Club 6 PM Dudley Do-Right 6:30 Rev. Woody Martin 7 PM News 7:30 Not For Women Only 8 PM You'll Love It (religious) 8:30 Sha Na Na 9 PM Soul Train 10 PM PTL Club 11 PM News 11:30 Cumberland Concert I never knew "Another World" ran 90 minutes! Huh Yep! From March 1979 to August 1980, it was a 90 minute program...Scaled back to 60 minutes to make room for "Texas", which itself was the first soap to debut as an hour-long... Given its iconic status today, it's hard to believe that The Young and the Restless wasn't cleared in Charlotte. Flintstones on WGGS??? AND on Channel 40?Huh Sounds unusual for either of these stations. Not so much because of the religious nature of WGGS but the fact that WGGS was such a low budget operation. Also the fact Channel 40 was such a low busget operation also would preculde them from getting that show. Certainly the show could not have been on both stations - a show cannot be on more than one channel per market. My guess? Maybe WGGS had Flintstones while Channel 40 had Fred Flintstone and Friends. or the other way around. Channel 40 seemed to have an all barter lineup and Fred & Friends was likely barter while TV 16 had some cash programs. My guess.... WOuld lobe to see Fall of 79, Fall 80, and Fall 81, Fall 82, and Fall 83, and Fall 84 of the Greenville Ashville market Channel 40 seemed to have an all barter lineup and Fred & Friends was likely barter while TV 16 had some cash programs. My guess.... This must be around the time when ABC yanked 40's ABC affiliation at WLOS's request, and before its conversion to WAXA under Frank Outlaw. Of course, around this time, both the original Flintstones, and Fred & Friends, were offered as barter, with The Program Exchange offering the former. Crossville, TN had an independent? Wow. Weird that WLOS only had a 7pm newscast airing Andy Griffith at 6. As with you guys, Crossville sounds too small to have a TV station.

FROM WIKIPEDIA: WCPT-TV was a UHF commercial independent television station licensed to Crossville, Tennessee, broadcast over channel 55 from 1977 to 1982 and over channel 20 (as WINT-TV) from 1982 to 1983. Too bad they didn't last. Looks like they were going in the right direction. Channel 20 came back on the air in 1997 as WBXX. I'm sure the two stations are not related. How odd! Greenville, SC like the late Bill Cullen's syndie $25,000 Pyramid on our CBS station than the late Dick Clark's ABC version $20,000 Pyramid which was pre-empted by 13! Retro: St. Lawrence Valley Sat, May 24, 1958 from TV Guide-St. Lawrence edition CBFT 2-Montreal/CBOFT 9-Ottawa (SRC) 10:00 Domino 11:00 Fon Fon --4:00 Long metrage "Le voleur de Bagdad" 5:30 Beau temps 6:00 La vie sportive 6:30 Ce soir 6:45 Farrebique 7:15 Le Telejournal 7:30 Cinefeuilleton "Uniformes et grandes manoeuvres" 7:45 Quelles nouvelles 8:00 Film (listed as a doc) 8:30 Chacun son metier (guest Paul Berval) 9:00 Long metrage "Sans peur et sans pitie" 10:30 A la romance 11:00 Le Telejournal 11:15 Long metrage "Sous le ciel de Paris" WCAX 3-CBS Burlington 9:30 Captain Kangaroo 10:30 Children's Channel "Play It Safe" 11:00 Heckle & Jeckle 11:30 Saturday Playhouse "The Big Payday" noon Jimmy Dean (guests the Mills Brothers) 1:00 Bar S Ranch "Whistling Hills" 2:15 Baseball: Los Angeles-Cincinnati 5:00 Jersey Stakes horse race 5:30 Dance Date 6:00 I've Got a Secret (Phil Silvers tries to stump the panel) 6:30 News/Weather/Sports 7:00 Boston Blackie 7:30 Command Performance "99 River Street" 9:00 Oh! Susanna "Parisian Touch" 9:30 Have Gun, Will Travel 10:00 Gunsmoke 10:30 Sea Hunt 11:00 News 11:20 Stage 3 "Twist of Fate"

CBOT 4-CBC Ottawa 3:30pm Cowboy Corner "Danger Valley" 4:30 Speaking French 5:00 Zorro "Zorro Springs a Trap" 5:30 Wild Bill Hickok "Blake's Boy" 6:00 Here & There "The Citadel" (visiting Halifax's best-known landmark) 6:30 Mr. Fixit 6:45 CBC News 7:00 Have Gun, Will Travel 7:30 Holiday Ranch (guest Nancy Lee McCaig) 8:00 Perry Como (guests the McGuire Sisters, Art Carney, and Jane Wyman) 9:00 Great Movies "Texas" 10:30 Cross-Canada Hit Parade (guests Peewee Russell with his Dixieland band, and Ruby Braff) 11:00 CBC News 11:10 Juliette 11:30 Toronto Wrestling WPTZ 5-NBC/ABC Plattsburgh 2:45pm Christian Science 3:00 Adventure Serial 3:30 Fury "The Fourth Estaters" 4:00 Western Theater "Coyote Trails" 5:00 Big Picture 5:30 Smiley Willette 6:00 News/Sports 6:30 Billy Graham 7:30 People are Funny (a contestant gets sent out of the studio to try to give away a $700 organ for free, a man has to talk about his boss for 90 sec with the boss standing next to him, and Judy Levinson tries a $3K phone call) 8:00 Perry Como (c) 9:00 Lawrence Welk 10:00 Film Feature 10:30 Your Hit Parade (c) 11:00 Hollywood Wrestling CBMT 6-CBC Montreal 2:30pm Speaking French 3:00 Feature Film "Texas, Brooklyn, and Heaven" 4:30 Great Gildersleeves (premiere) "Practice What You Preach" 5:00 Zorro "Zorro Springs a Trap" 5:30 Wild Bill Hickok "Blake's Boy" 6:00 Double Talk 6:30 Mr. Fixit 6:45 CBC News 7:00 Have Gun, Will Travel 7:30 Holiday Ranch 8:00 Perry Como 9:00 Great Movies "Texas" 10:30 Cross-Canada Hit Parade 11:00 CBC News 11:10 Juliette 11:30 Toronto Wrestling WRGB 6-NBC Schenectady 8:30 Big Picture

9:00 Bible & Science "Fiery Furnace" 9:15 Funny Business 9:30 Sky King "Bad Actor" 10:00 Fury "The Fourth Estaters" 10:30 Ruff & Reddy 11:00 Kartoon Kapers 11:30 Andy's Gang noon Kit Carson "Spoilers of California" 12:30 Movies "The Return of the Whistler"/"Crime Doctor's Manhunt" 2:30 Baseball: New York-Detroit 5:00 Get Set, Go! 5:30 Subject is Jazz 6:00 Kingdom of the Sea "Sails to the Wind" 6:30 Sea Hunt 7:00 State Trooper "Out of Line" 8:00 Perry Como (c) 9:00 Club Oasis (guests Kay Starr and Andy Griffith) 9:30 Turning Point "High Barrier" 10:00 Ted Mack's Amateur Hour (competing are the Cracker Jacks (Rochelle Park NY/male quartet), the Glover Cleveland School Kids (Philly/kids' orchestra), Teresa & Jaime (Chicago/Spanish dancers), and Jim Pompei (Windsor Locks CT/tap dancer)) 10:30 Your Hit Parade (c) 11:00 Falcon "A Border-Line Case" 11:30 Movie "Tampico" CHLT 7-SRC Sherbrooke (also carried some English programs, a practice used by most regional stations in Quebec as only Montreal and Quebec City had dedicated anglo channels) 10:00 Domino 11:00 Fon Fon --3:30 Club du rythme 4:00 Long metrage "Le voleur de Bagdad" 5:30 Beau temps 6:00 Jamboree 6:30 Racket Squad 7:00 Telebulletin 7:15 Palmares des quadrilles 7:45 Quelles nouvelles 8:00 Le secret de Polichinelle 8:30 Chacun son metier 9:00 Long metrage "Sans peur et sans pitie" 10:30 A la romance 11:00 Le Telejournal 11:10 News Roundup 11:30 Theatre au coin du feu (CHLT also ran this in English as Fireside Theater, this was the late show) WMTW 8-ABC/CBS Poland Spring 11:00 Movie "Cyclone on Horseback" noon Terrytoons 12:30 All Star Theater 1:00 Hollywood Wrestling 2:00 Movies "Headline Shooter"/"One Crowded Night" 5:00 Jersey Stakes horse race 5:30 Telesports Digest 6:00 Famous Fights

6:15 News/Sports 6:30 Billy Graham 7:30 Country Music Jubilee (guests Ernest Tubb and the Louvin Brothers) 8:00 Big Record (guests Bob Hope, Carmen Cavallaro, and Frankie Vaughan) 8:30 Mr. Adams & Eve "The Bowling Story" 9:00 Lawrence Welk 10:00 Gunsmoke 10:30 Movies "Island of Desire"/"Honeymoon" Retro: Carolina-Tennessee Saturday, May 19, 1979 By request, from TV Guide, Carolina-Tennessee Edition: WSJK (WETP) Ch. 2 Sneedville, TN (PBS) 8 AM GED 9 AM Joy Through Yoga 9:30 Once Upon A Classic ("Pinocchio," Part 4) 10 AM Consumer Survival Kit 10:30 Royal Heritage (the influence of George IV) 11:30 Bill Moyers' Journal (Ronald Reagan discusses his Presidential aspirations.) 12:30 Crockett's Victory Garden 1 PM Big Blue Marble 1:30 Vegetable Soup 2 PM Garden Spot 2:30 Growing Together 3 PM By-Line 3:30 Word On Words 4 PM On Nature's Trail 4:30 Cinema Showcase 5 PM Pro Soccer 6 PM Outlook 6:30 Another Voice 7 PM Consumer Survival Kit 7:30 Footsteps (coping with a child's handicap) 8 PM Once Upon A Classic ("Fern, The Red Deer") 9 PM Prime Of Miss Jean Brodie (British miniseries, not the movie, part 2) 10 PM The Best Of Families (Part 2) 11 PM Lowell Thomas Remembers 11:30 TBA WBTV Ch. 3 Charlotte (CBS) 7 AM Treehouse Club 7:30 Clue Club (delay from Sun 8:30 AM) 8 AM All New Popeye Hour 9 AM Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Show 10:30 Tarzan And The Super 7 12 N Space Academy 12:30 Fat Albert And The Cosby Kids 1 PM Ark II 1:30 CBS Children's Film Festival ("Starbuck Valley Winter," 1977 from Canada)

2 PM Wrestling 3 PM Hee Haw Honeys 3:30 Donna Fargo 4 PM Golf: Colonial National Invitation (third round) 5 PM CBS Sports Spectacular (the Cuban boxing team vs. amateurs from 10 other countries; the U.S. women's volleyball team in an Olympic qualifying game; Part 5 of the International Mixed Pairs Gymnastics Championship) 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News (Bob Schieffer) 7 PM Lawrence Welk (tribute to Irving Berlin) 8 PM Bad News Bears 8:30 The Hobbit (animated version of the Tolkien story) 10 PM Pilot: "Steeltown" (set in 1963 Pittsburgh, steelworkers fight for better wages and working conditions; one of them pushes his son toward a football scholarship and a life away from the mills) 11 PM News 11:30 Movie: "The Great Gatsby" (Redford version, from '74) 1:30 With This Ring WFBC (WYFF) Ch. 4 Greenville, SC (NBC) 6 AM Ag-U.S.A. 6:30 Agriculture In Action 7 AM Hot Fudge 7:30 Bay City Rollers 8 AM Alvin And The Chipmunks 8:30 Fantastic Four 9 AM Godzilla Super 90 10:30 Rascals' Club 11 AM New Fred And Barney Show 11:30 Jetsons 12 N Porter Wagoner 12:30 Nashville On The Road 1 PM Wrestling 2 PM Baseball Warm-Up 2:15 Baseball: Yankees-Red Sox (rain game: Pirates-Cubs) 5 PM Tarzan (time approximate) 6 PM News 6:30 Donna Fargo 7 PM Dolly 7:30 Sha Na Na 8 PM CHiPS 9 PM BJ And The Bear 10 PM Pilot: "The Nightingales" (Marcia Strassman and Colette Bionigan in what sounds like a forerunner of "Cagney & Lacey") 11 PM News 11:30 Saturday Night Live (hostess Maureen Stapleton; Linda Ronstadt, Phoebe Snow) 1 AM Don Kirshner's Rock Concert (the Electric Light Orchestra, the Sylvers, Nick Gilder, Walter Murphy, comic Mike Preminger) WCYB Ch. 5 Bristol, VA (NBC) 7 AM Rural Tenneva 7:30 Bugs Bunny

8 AM Alvin And The Chipmunks 8:30 Fantastic Four 9 AM Godzilla Super 90 10:30 Daffy Duck 11 AM New Fred And Barney Show 11:30 Jetsons 12 N Buford And The Galloping Ghost 12:30 Fabulous Funnies 1 PM Wrestling 2 PM Baseball Warm-Up 2:15 Baseball (see Ch. 4) 5 PM That Nashville Music (time approximate) 5:30 Porter Wagoner 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News 7 PM Lawrence Welk 8 PM CHiPs 9 PM BJ And The Bear 10 PM Pilot: "The Nightingales" 11 PM News 11:30 Saturday Night Live WATE Ch. 6 Knoxville (NBC, moves to ABC Sept. 17) 6:30 Better Way 7 AM Casper And Friends 7:30 Bay City Rollers 8 AM Alvin And The Chipmunks 8:30 Fantastic Four 9 AM Godzilla Super 90 10:30 Daffy Duck 11 AM New Fred And Barney Show 11:30 Jetsons 12 N Buford And The Galloping Ghost 12:30 Fabulous Funnies 1 PM Marty Robbins' Spotlight 1:30 Porter Wagoner 2 PM Baseball Warm-Up 2:15 Baseball (see Ch. 4) 5 PM Dolly (time approximate) 5:30 Gong Show (judges: Davey Lopes, Mabel King, Carl Ballantine) 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News 7 PM Lawrence Welk 8 PM CHiPs 9 PM BJ And The Bear 10 PM Pilot: "The Nightingales" 11 PM News 11:30 Saturday Night Live 1 AM Movie: "They Only Kill Their Masters" WSPA Ch. 7 Spartanburg, SC (CBS) 5:30 TBA 6 AM Here And Now 6:30 Awareness '79

7 AM Clemson Today 7:30 Say It Now (topic: entering college) 8 AM All New Popeye Hour 9 AM Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Show 10:30 Tarzan And The Super 7 12 N Space Academy 12:30 Fat Albert And The Cosby Kids 1 PM Beverly Hillbillies 1:30 Please Stand By (some of you probably watched this show, which took place at a shoestring-operation TV station) 2 PM Movie: "Love Me Tender" (Elvis' first movie, from '56) 4 PM Golf: Colonial National Invitation (third round) 5 PM Pop Goes The Country 5:30 Marty Robbins' Spotlight 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Hee Haw (Mel Tillis, Roy Head, Gerald Smith) 8 PM Bad News Bears 8:30 The Hobbit 10 PM Pilot: "Steeltown" 11 PM News 11:30 Movie: "The Great Northfield, Minnesota Raid" WSOC Ch. 9 Charlotte (ABC) 6:15 Mr. Magoo 6:30 Flipper 7 AM Kids Are People Too (Marvel Comics publisher Stan Lee, Fred Berry of "What's Happening!!", Geraldo Rivera, delay from Sun 10 AM and only an hour out of 90 minutes is shown) 8 AM Scooby's All-Stars 9:30 Challenge Of The Superfriends 11 AM Fangface 11:30 Kidsworld (Mark Hamill, a wildlife refuge in Alabama) 12 N ABC Weekend Special: "Weep No More, My Lady," about a dog living in a Louisiana bayou who can laugh, cry, and hunt--but not bark 12:30 American Bandstand (guests: Badfinger) 1:30 Star Maidens (two women from the female-dominated planet Medusa arrive on Earth to escape their overseers) 4 PM Wide World Of Sports (U.S. Amateur Boxing Championships, Indy 500 time trials) 5 PM The Preakness (Spectacular Bid makes it two of the three jewels in the Triple Crown; he will lose to Coastal in the Belmont) 6 PM Wide World Of Sports continues 6:30 News 7 PM Bugs Bunny 7:30 Gong Show 8 PM Love Boat (Soupy Sales, Jo Anne Worley, Robert Goulet, Juliet Mills, Loretta Swit) 9:30 Fantasy Island (Paul Sand, Darren McGavin, Pamela Franklin) 11 PM News 11:30 Movie: "Macho Callahan" 1:30 ABC News (Tom Jarriel) WBIR Ch. 10 Knoxville (CBS)

6:30 TV 10 Report 7 AM Best Of Carl Williams 7:30 University Of Tennessee Agricultural Science 8 AM Fascination Express (local kids' show) 9 AM Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Show 10:30 Tarzan And The Super 7 12 N Space Academy 12:30 Fat Albert And The Cosby Kids 1 PM Ark II 1:30 In Touch (Beverly Johnson, not Charles Stanley) 2 PM Wrestling 3 PM Movie: "The Long Duel" 5 PM Gilligan's Island 5:30 Gomer Pyle, USMC 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Hee Haw 8 PM Bad News Bears 8:30 The Hobbit 10 PM Pilot: "Steeltown" 11 PM News 11:30 Movie: "Stalag 17" WJHL Ch. 11 Johnson City, TN (CBS) 7:15 Uncle Hank 7:30 What's New, Mr. Magoo? (delay from Sun 8 AM) 8 AM All New Popeye Hour 9 AM Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Show 10:30 Tarzan And The Super 7 12 N Space Academy 12:30 Fat Albert And The Cosby Kids 1 PM Ark II 1:30 CBS Children's Film Festival 2 PM Wrestling 3 PM Marty Robbins' Spotlight 3:30 Arthur Smith 4 PM Golf: Colonial National Invitation (third round) 5 PM CBS Sports Spectacular 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Hee Haw 8 PM Bad News Bears 8:30 The Hobbit 10 PM Pilot: "Steeltown" 11 PM News 11:30 Movie: "Secret Of The Incas" WLOS Ch. 13 Asheville, NC (ABC) 6:30 America's Problems And Challenges 7 AM Mr. Bill's Weekend 8 AM Scooby's All Stars 9:30 Challenge Of The Superfriends 11 AM Fangface

11:30 All New Pink Panther Show 12 N Juke-Box (Twiggy welcomes Cliff Richard, Tina Charles, and Frankie Miller) 12:30 American Bandstand 1:30 Movie: "Werewolf Of London" 3 PM Bowling: Pabst National Collegiate Bowling Championships (from Milwaukee) 4 PM Wide World Of Sports 5 PM The Preakness 6 PM Wide World Of Sports continues 6:30 Wild Kingdom (Bengal tigers in Sariska, India) 7 PM Lawrence Welk 8 PM Love Boat 9:30 Fantasy Island 11 PM News 11:15 ABC News 11:30 Wrestling 12:30 Movie: "One Deadly Owner" WHKY Ch. 14 Hickory, NC (Ind.) 11 AM Hot Fudge 11:30 Wrestling 12:30 Moon Man Connection 1:30 Soul Train (guests: Bohannon) 2:30 Movie: "The Curse Of The Aztec Mummy" 4 PM Prayer Band Gospel Hour 4:30 Early Evening Gospel Time 5 PM Witnessing For Jesus 5:45 Scope 6 PM News 6:15 Lenoir Rhyne College Today 6:30 Southern Sportsman 7 PM Gospel Of Deliverance 7:30 Movin' With Bluegrass 8 PM Good News 8:55 NASA Space Report 9 PM Shower Of Blessings 10 PM Hal Roach Presents 10:30 Public Defender 11 PM Wrestling 12 M Movie: "The Human Monster" WGGS Ch. 16 Greenville, SC (Ind.) 7 AM Cisco Kid 7:30 Lone Ranger 8 AM Westerners 8:30 Stagecoach West 9:30 Little Rascals 10:30 American Outdoors 11 AM Southern Sportsman 11:30 Bass Fishin' America 12 N Tennis: WCT Challenge Cup (Jimmy Connors vs. Vitas Gerulaitis) 1 PM Theater One

2:30 Kaleidoscope 3 PM PTL Club 5 PM Harvester Hour 6 PM 700 Club 7 PM High Adventure 7:30 Jimmy Swaggart 8 PM Joyful News 9 PM Sunday School Lesson 9:30 Gospel Star Time 11 PM Nancy Harmon WTCG (WPCH) Ch. 17 Atlanta (Ind.) 5:50 World At Large 6:40 News 7 AM Three Stooges/Little Rascals 8 AM Cliffwood Avenue Kids 8:30 Partridge Family 9 AM Star Trek 10 AM Movie: "Moby Dick" (Gregory Peck version from '56) 12:30 Movie: "The Young Lions" (Dean Martin was first taken seriously as an actor in this '58 war drama with Marlon Brando and Montgomery Clift.) 4 PM Mission: Impossible 5 PM American Angler Club 5:30 This Week In Baseball 6 PM Wrestling 8 PM Hee Haw Honeys 8:30 Marty Robbins' Spotlight 9 PM Dolly 9:30 That Nashville Music 10 PM Pop Goes The Country 10:30 Nashville On The Road 11 PM Porter Wagoner 11:30 Don Kirshner's Rock Concert 1 AM Juke-Box 1:30 Movie: "Live Fast, Die Young" (a young Mike Connors plays a teen-age criminal, even though in real life he was a little past age, from '58) 3:15 Movie: "The Last Of The Fast Guns" WUNE Ch. 17 Linville, NC/WUNF Ch. 33 Asheville (PBS) 5 PM Firing Line 6 PM Engineering Economy 6:30 Another Voice 7 PM NCSA Presents (the School of Music of the North Carolina School of the Arts) 8 PM Once Upon A Classic 9 PM Prime Of Miss Jean Brodie 10 PM The Best Of Families sign off 11 PM WCCB Ch. 18 Charlotte (Ind.)

6 AM News 6:30 Forum 7 AM Groovie Goolies 8 AM Spider-Man 8:30 Battle Of The Planets 9 AM Movie: "Chad Hanna" 11 AM Movie: "Francis Goes To West Point" (Donald O'Connor with Francis the Talking Mule) 12:30 Movie: "Rebecca Of Sunnybrook Farm" (updated for 1938, Shirley Temple plays a little girl who goes on a radio talent show to win enough money to save the family farm) 2 PM Movie: "Conquest Of The Planet Of The Apes" 4 PM Movie: "Battle For The Planet Of The Apes" 6 PM Bonanza (Dawn Wells is guest star) 7 PM Mayberry R.F.D. 7:30 Real McCoys 8 PM Dolly 8:30 Marty Robbins' Spotlight 9 PM Nashville On The Road 9:30 Porter Wagoner 10 PM Upstairs, Downstairs 11 PM Movie: "Dr. Terror's House Of Horrors" 1 AM Movie: "Count Dracula" (Christopher Lee version, from '70) 3 AM Movie: "Frankenstein's Daughter" (John Ashley, from '58) 4:30 Movie: "Wipeout!" (from '73, sounds like a quickie way to cash in on the success of "The Godfather" as two Mafia factions try to wipe each other out, with Henry Silva and Richard Conte) WKPT Ch. 19 Kingsport, TN (ABC) 6:45 Farm Digest 6:55 News 7 AM Kids Are People Too (same as Ch. 9) 8 AM Scooby's All Stars 9:30 Challenge Of The Superfriends 11 AM Fangface 11:30 All New Pink Panther Show 12 N ABC Weekend Special 12:30 American Bandstand 1:30 The Racers (the Gatornationals drag race from Atlanta) 2 PM Star Trek 3 PM Perry Mason 4 PM Wide World Of Sports 5 PM The Preakness 6 PM Wide World Of Sports continues 6:30 Petticoat Junction 7 PM Little Rascals 7:30 Soap Factory Disco (Vicki Sue Robinson, Keith Barrow) 8 PM Love Boat 9:30 Fantasy Island 11 PM ABC News

11:15 Juke-Box (Sailor, Climax Blues Band, David Essex) 11:45 Tennis: WCT Challenge Cup (Jimmy Connors vs. Vitas Gerulaitis) 12:45 Perry Mason WTVK Ch. 26 (WVLT Ch. 8) (ABC, moves to NBC Sept. 17) 6:30 Inch High Private Eye 7 AM Underdog 7:30 Uncle Waldo 8 AM Scooby's All Stars 9:30 Challenge Of The Superfriends 11 AM Fangface 11:30 All New Pink Panther Show 12 N ABC Weekend Special 12:30 American Bandstand 1:30 Juke-Box 2 PM Sportsman's Friend 2:30 Room 222 3 PM Donna Fargo (guest: Robert Guillaume) 3:30 NFL Great Teams/Great Years 4 PM Wide World Of Sports 5 PM The Preakness 6 PM Wide World Of Sports continues 6:30 Fishing In Tennessee 7 PM POWWW Playoff 8 PM Love Boat 9:30 Fantasy Island 11 PM Movie: "Imperial Venus" (Gina Lollobrigida as Napoleon's sister Paolina, from '63) 1:15 Victory Temple 1:45 ABC News WNTV Ch. 29 Greenville, SC (PBS) 7 AM Sesame Street 8 AM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 8:30 Electric Company 9 AM Big Blue Marble 9:30 Once Upon A Classic ("Pinocchio," Part 3) 10 AM Footsteps (fostering creativity in children) 10:30 Growing Together 11 AM Over Easy 12 N Global Paper Forum 1 PM Lilias, Yoga And You 1:30 By-Line 2 PM On Nature's Trail 2:30 Cookin' Cajun 3 PM Cinema Showcase 3:30 Jobman Caravan 4 PM Health Sciences 4:30 Garden Spot 5 PM Crockett's Victory Garden 5:30 Nova (how a form of radiation detected by radio astronomers may hold clues to the universe's origin) 6:30 Footsteps (coping with a child's handicap)

7 PM Once Upon A Classic 7:30 Studio See 8 PM Wodehouse Playhouse 8:30 Fall And Rise Of Reginald Perrin 9 PM Royal Heritage 10 PM Great Performances (the Eliot Feld Ballet) 11 PM One Of The Missing (a Confederate sniper lies trapped in the rubble of a deserted mansion, his rifle pointed directly at him--one false move and he's dead) sign off 12 M WNSC Ch. 30 Rock Hill, SC (PBS) 10 AM Zoom 10:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 11 AM Sesame Street 12 N Freestyle 12:30 Big Blue Marble 1 PM Once Upon A Classic 1:30 Garden Spot 2 PM Great Performances 3 PM Prime Of Miss Jean Brodie 4 PM By-Line 4:30 Cinema Showcase 5 PM Health Sciences 5:30 High School News Quiz Bowl 6 PM Japan: The Changing Tradition 7 PM Folkswatch 8 PM Once Upon A Classic 9 PM Wodehouse Playhouse 9:30 Fall And Rise Of Reginald Perrin 10 PM The Best Of Families sign off 11 PM WRET (WCNC) Ch. 36 Charlotte (NBC) 7 AM Three Stooges & Pals 7:30 Bay City Rollers 8 AM Alvin And The Chipmunks 8:30 Fantastic Four 9 AM Godzilla Super 90 10:30 Daffy Duck 11 AM New Fred And Barney Show 11:30 Jetsons 12 N Buford And The Galloping Ghost 12:30 Fabulous Funnies 1 PM Wrestling 2 PM Baseball Warm-Up 2:15 Baseball (see Ch. 4) 5 PM Do-It-Yourself With Homer Formby (time approximate) 5:30 Race Week Charlotte Style (previews of the World 600, Can-Am Jam, and Sun Drop 300) 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News 7 PM Kicks (guest: Tasha Thomas)

8 PM CHiPS 9 PM BJ And The Bear 10 PM Pilot: "The Nightingales" 11 PM News 11:30 Saturday Night Live 1 AM Star Trek 2 AM Movie: "The Day The Earth Stood Still" 3:30 Movie: "Agent For H.A.R.M." 5 AM Movie: "Johnny Allegro" WAIM (WMYA) Ch. 40 Anderson, SC (Ind.) 2:30 Public Policy Forums 3:30 Viewpoint On Nutrition 4 PM American Angler 4:30 NASCAR 5 PM Wrestling 6 PM Movie: TBA 8 PM Movie: TBA WSVN (WSBN) Ch. 47 Norton, VA (PBS) 4 PM Sesame Street 5 PM Pro Soccer 6 PM Que Pasa, U.S.A.? 6:30 Another Voice 7 PM Japan: The Living Tradition 7:30 Footsteps 8 PM Once Upon A Classic 9 PM Prime Of Miss Jean Brodie 10 PM The Best Of Families sign off 11 PM WCPT Ch. 55 Crossville, TN (Ind.) 9 AM Mickey Mouse Roundup (I assume this is the week's worth of "The New Mickey Mouse Club") 11:30 Mission: Magic 12 N Cartoon Carnival 1 PM Uncle Waldo 1:30 Jetsons 2 PM Valley Of The Dinosaurs 2:30 Soul Train 3:30 Peter Gunn 4 PM Not For Women Only 4:30 My Hero (nobody in 1952 could have guessed that Bob Cummings would become a sitcom superstar; here he plays inept realtor Bob Beanblossom; his next series, in 1955, would forever cement his image as a skirt-chaser, win Ann B. Davis two Emmies, and become a favorite in reruns in the '60s) 5 PM American Enterprises 5:30 R.F.D. Hollywood 6 PM Biography 6:30 Sha Na Na 7 PM Wrestling 8 PM Saturday Night Jamboree

11 PM PTL Club 1 AM Movie: TBA RETRO: TAMPA BAY - 4/25/1995 Tuesday, April 25, 1995 WFLA-TV NBC8 05:00AM News 05:30AM News 06:00AM News 07:00AM Today 09:00AM Ricki Lake 10:00AM Rolonda 11:00AM Leeza 12:00PM News 12:30PM Harris & Company 01:00PM Days of Our Lives 02:00PM Another World 03:00PM In the Heat of the Night 04:00PM Jenny Jones 05:00PM Live at Five 05:30PM News 06:00PM News 06:30PM NBC News 07:00PM Hard Copy 07:30PM Entertainment Tonight 08:00PM Wings 08:30PM Wings 09:00PM Frasier 09:30PM Pride & Joy 10:00PM Dateline NBC 11:00PM News 11:35PM The Tonight Show with Jay Leno 12:35AM Late Night with Conan O'Brien 01:35AM Later with Greg Kinnear 02:05AM The Odd Couple 02:35AM News 03:05AM NBC News Nightside 04:30AM News WTSP-TV CBS10 05:30AM News 06:00AM Good Morning Tampa Bay 07:00AM This Morning 09:00AM Donahue 10:00AM Sally Jessy Raphael 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 Golden Girls 04:30PM A Current Affair

05:00PM News 05:30PM News 06:00PM News 06:30PM CBS News 07:00PM Wheel of Fortune 07:30PM Jeopardy! 08:00PM Rescue 911 09:00PM MOVIE: The Color of Money 11:00PM News 11:35PM Late Show with David Letterman 12:35AM Late Late Show with Tom Snyder 01:35AM Susan Powter 02:05AM Up to the Minute WTVT-TV FOX13 05:00AM All News A.M. 05:30AM Good Day, Tampa Bay 09:00AM Regis & Kathie Lee 10:00AM The Kathy Fountain Show 11:00AM Maury 12:00PM News 12:30PM O.J. Simpson Trial 03:00PM Geraldo 04:00PM Oprah Winfrey 05:00PM News 06:00PM News 06:30PM News 07:00PM Inside Edition 07:30PM Real Stories of the Highway Patrol 08:00PM MOVIE: The Tower 10:00PM News 11:00PM American Journal 11:30PM High Tide 12:30AM Jon Stewart 01:30AM Top Cops 02:00AM Marilu 03:00AM Jones & Jury 03:30AM All News Night WFTS-TV ABC28 05:00AM Rescue 911 05:30AM News 06:00AM News 07:00AM Good Morning America 09:00AM EXTRA 09:30AM Rescue 911 10:00AM Mike & Maty 11:00AM Gordon Elliott 12:00PM News 12:30PM Loving 01:00PM All My Children 02:00PM One Life to Live 03:00PM General Hospital 04:00PM Montel Williams 05:00PM News 05:30PM News

06:00PM News 06:30PM ABC News 07:00PM Married...with Children 07:30PM The Simpsons 08:00PM Full House 08:30PM Thunder Alley 09:00PM Home Improvement 09:30PM Ellen 10:00PM PrimeTime Live 11:00PM News 11:35PM Nightline 12:05AM EXTRA 12:35AM Coach 01:05AM Empty Nest 01:35AM Love Connection 02:05AM Paid Programming 02:35AM Paid Programming 03:05AM Gordon Elliott 04:05AM Hawaii Five-0 WTMV-TV WB32 05:00AM McKay & Hanson 07:00AM Scooby-Doo 07:30AM Biker Mice from Mars 08:00AM Uncle Waldo's Cartoon Show 08:30AM Dudley Do-Right 09:00AM Too Close for Comfort 09:30AM Check It 10:00AM MOVIE: One More 12:00PM Richard Bey 01:00PM Bewitched 01:30PM I Dream of Jeannie 02:00PM Morton Downey, Jr. 03:00PM Shirley 04:00PM The Other Side 05:00PM Richard Bey 06:00PM The Brady Bunch 06:30PM Laverne & Shirley 07:00PM Doogie Howser, M.D. 07:30PM The Wonder Years 08:00PM Barnaby Jones 09:00PM MOVIE: The Balt 10:30PM The Twilight Zone 11:00PM The Wonder Years 11:30PM MOVIE: Ninja Wars 01:30AM Paid Programming 02:00AM Paid Programming 02:30AM Music Video Show WTTA-TV IND38 05:00AM Exosquad 05:30AM TaleSpin 06:00AM Captain Planet and the Planeteers 06:30AM Bots Master 07:00AM The Flintstones 07:30AM Bobby's World

08:00AM Johnson and Friends 08:30AM Dennis the Menace 09:00AM Ernest Angley 10:00AM Paid Programming 10:30AM Paid Programming 11:00AM MOVIE: The Flying Deuces 12:30PM Paid Programming 01:00PM Streets of San Francisco 02:00PM Jerry Springer 03:00PM Tiny Toon Adventures 03:30PM Taz-Mania 04:00PM Animaniacs 04:30PM Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers 05:00PM VR Troopers 05:30PM Superhuman Samurai Syber-Squad 06:00PM Gunsmoke 07:00PM Streets of San Francisco 08:00PM Hill Street Blues 09:00PM Night Heat 10:00PM Paid Programming 10:30PM Paid Programming 11:00PM Paid Programming 11:30PM Paid Programming 12:00AM Post Time 12:30AM Paid Programming 01:00AM Paid Programming 01:30AM Paid Programming 02:00AM Chuck Harder 02:30AM Dennis Prager 03:00AM Bonanza 04:00AM Wild, Wild West WTOG-TV UPN44 05:00AM Eight is Enough 06:00AM The Woody Woodpecker Show 06:30AM Conan the Adventurer 07:00AM Garfield and Friends 07:30AM Sonic the Hedgehog 08:00AM Mighty Max 08:30AM Transformers: Generation 2 09:00AM MOVIE: Flame of Barbary Coast 11:00AM Perry Mason 12:00PM Rush Limbaugh 12:30PM Mama's Family 01:00PM Night Court 01:30PM Family Matters 02:00PM Gilligan's Island 02:30PM The Pink Panther 03:00PM Darkwing Duck 03:30PM Goof Troop 04:00PM Bonkers 04:30PM Aladdin 05:00PM Full House 05:30PM Family Matters 06:00PM Full House 06:30PM Fresh Prince of Bel-Air

07:00PM Roseanne 07:30PM Cops 08:00PM Legend 09:00PM Marker 10:00PM News 11:00PM Rush Limbaugh 11:30PM Star Trek: The Next Generation 12:00AM Paid Programming 12:30AM Paid Programming 01:00AM MOVIE: Any Wednesday 03:00AM MOVIE: My Little Girl RETRO: TAMPA BAY - 6/17/1999 Thursday, June 17, 1999 WFLA-TV NBC8 05:00AM News 05:30AM News 06:00AM News 07:00AM Today 09:00AM Leeza 10:00AM Donny & Marie 11:00AM News 11:30AM Harris & Company 12:00PM Another World 01:00PM Days of Our Lives 02:00PM Sunset Beach 03:00PM Golf: US Open Championship 05:00PM News 05:30PM News 06:00PM News 06:30PM NBC News 07:00PM Entertainment Tonight 07:30PM Hard Copy 08:00PM Friends 08:30PM Jesse 09:00PM Frasier 09:30PM Will & Grace 10:00PM ER 11:00PM News 11:35PM The Tonight Show with Jay Leno 12:35AM Late Night with Conan O'Brien 01:35AM Later 02:05AM The Tonight Show with Jay Leno 03:05AM Sunset Beach 04:05AM International (incomplete title) 04:35AM This Morning's Business WTSP-TV CBS10 05:00AM News 05:30AM News 06:00AM News 07:00AM This Morning 09:00AM Maury

10:00AM Sally 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 Access Hollywood 04:30PM Real TV 05:00PM News 05:30PM News 06:00PM News 06:30PM CBS News 07:00PM Wheel of Fortune 07:30PM Jeopardy! 08:00PM Promised Land 09:00PM Diagnosis Murder 10:00PM 48 Hours 11:00PM News 11:35PM Late Show with David Letterman 12:37AM Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn 01:37AM Access Hollywood 02:07AM Up to the Minute WTVT-TV FOX13 05:00AM It's Your Business 05:30AM Good Day, Tampa Bay 09:00AM Regis & Kathie Lee 10:00AM Judge Judy 10:30AM Judge Judy 11:00AM Judge Joe Brown 11:30AM EXTRA 12:00PM News 01:00PM Jenny Jones 02:00PM Jerry Springer 03:00PM Ricki Lake 04:00PM Rosie O'Donnell 05:00PM News 05:30PM News 06:00PM News 06:30PM News 07:00PM Inside Edition 07:30PM EXTRA 08:00PM Stanley Cup Playoffs: Buffalo Sabres at Dallas Stars 11:00PM News 11:30PM Jerry Springer 12:30AM Forgive or Forget 01:30AM Cops 02:00AM Hunter 03:00AM Ricki Lake 04:00AM Jenny Jones WFTS-TV ABC28 05:30AM News 06:00AM News 07:00AM Good Morning America

09:00AM Martha Stewart Living 10:00AM Roseanne Show 11:00AM The View 12:00PM News 12:30PM Port Charles 01:00PM All My Children 02:00PM One Life to Live 03:00PM General Hospital 04:00PM Montel Williams 05:00PM News 05:30PM News 06:00PM News 06:30PM ABC News 07:00PM Frasier 07:30PM Access Hollywood 08:00PM Story of Fathers and Sons 09:00PM Story of Mothers and Daughters 10:00PM Vanished 11:00PM News 11:35PM Nightline 12:05AM Politically Incorrect 12:35AM Coach 01:05AM The Cosby Show 01:35AM The Cosby Show 02:05AM Family Medical Center 02:35AM I Love Lucy 03:05AM Andy Griffith 03:35AM The Honeymooners 04:05AM ABC World News Now WWWB-TV WB32 06:00AM Saved by the Bell 06:30AM Mighty Max 07:00AM Jumanji 07:30AM Mummies Alive! 08:00AM Pocket Dragon Adventures 08:30AM Tiny Toon Adventures 09:00AM Paid Programming 09:30AM Paid Programming 10:00AM Paid Programming 10:30AM Paid Programming 11:00AM MOVIE: Ten Little Indians 01:00PM Matlock 02:00PM Boy Meets World 02:30PM Animaniacs 03:00PM Pinky and the Brain 03:30PM Histeria! 04:00PM The New Superman/Batman Adventures 04:30PM The New Superman/Batman Adventures 05:00PM Full House 05:30PM Full House 06:00PM The Nanny 06:30PM Married...with Children 07:00PM Living Single 07:30PM Martin 08:00PM The Wayans Bros.

08:30PM The Jamie Foxx Show 09:00PM The Steve Harvey Show 09:30PM For Your Love 10:00PM It's Showtime at the Apollo 11:00PM Married...with Children 11:30PM The Nanny 12:00AM Change of Heart 12:30AM Love Connection 01:00AM Sports Collectibles 03:00AM Sports Collectibles WTTA-TV IND38 05:00AM Shepherd's Chapel 06:00AM Deeper Life Bible Church 06:30AM RoboCop: Alpha Commando 07:00AM The Magic School Bus 07:30AM The Magic School Bus 08:00AM Beast Wars: Transformers 08:30AM Bloopy's Buddies 09:00AM TMT Media 09:30AM TMT Media 10:00AM Newlywed Game 10:30AM Dating Game 11:00AM 100 Per Cent 11:30AM Mortgage Matters 12:00PM Streets of San Francisco 01:00PM Hawaii Five-0 02:00PM Mortgage Matters 02:30PM Paid Programming 03:00PM Power Rangers Lost Galaxy 03:30PM The Magician 04:00PM Spider-Man 04:30PM The New Addams Family 05:00PM Match Game 05:30PM Match Game 06:00PM LAPD: Life on the Beat 06:30PM LAPD: Life on the Beat 07:00PM Home Improvement 07:30PM Home Improvement 08:00PM MOVIE: Murder by Natural Causes 10:00PM TMT Media 10:30PM Family Ties 11:00PM Who's the Boss? 11:30PM Who's the Boss? 12:00AM 2M Group 12:30AM Family Ties 01:00AM One Step Beyond 01:30AM One Step Beyond 02:00AM Adventures of Ozzie & Harriet 02:30AM Adventures of Ozzie & Harriet 03:00AM Newlywed Game 03:30AM Dating Game 04:00AM Hawaii Five-0 WTOG-TV UPN44 05:00AM Charlie's Angels

06:00AM Charles in Charge 06:30AM Toon Town Kids 07:00AM Pokmon 07:30AM Sailor Moon 08:00AM Dragon Ball Z 08:30AM Step by Step 09:00AM In the Heat of the Night 10:00AM Star Trek: Deep Space Nine 11:00AM People's Court 12:00PM Judge Mills Lane 12:30PM Judge Mills Lane 01:00PM All in the Family 01:30PM All in the Family 02:00PM Cheers 02:30PM Family Matters 03:00PM DuckTales 03:30PM Doug 04:00PM Hercules 04:30PM Sister, Sister 05:00PM Grace Under Fire 05:30PM Roseanne 06:00PM The Simpsons 06:30PM The Simpsons 07:00PM Friends 07:30PM Seinfeld 08:00PM MOVIE: Dream House 10:00PM Friends 10:30PM Mad About You 11:00PM Star Trek: The Next Generation 12:00AM NewsRadio 12:30AM NewsRadio 01:00AM Cheers 01:30AM Paid Programming 02:00AM MOVIE: Savale 04:00AM People's Court RETRO: TAMPA BAY - 11/21/1995 Tuesday, November 21, 1995 WFLA-TV NBC8 05:00AM News 05:30AM News 06:00AM News 07:00AM Today 09:00AM Charles Perez 10:00AM Rolonda 11:00AM Leeza 12:00PM News 12:30PM Harris & Company 01:00PM Days of Our Lives 02:00PM Another World 03:00PM Jenny Jones 04:00PM Oprah Winfrey 05:00PM Live at Five

05:30PM News 06:00PM News 06:30PM NBC News 07:00PM Inside Edition 07:30PM American Journal 08:00PM Wings 08:30PM NewsRadio 09:00PM Frasier 09:30PM Friends 10:00PM Dateline NBC 11:00PM News 11:35PM The Tonight Show with Jay Leno 12:35AM Late Night with Conan O'Brien 01:35AM Later with Greg Kinnear 02:05AM News 02:35AM News 03:05AM NBC News Nightside WTSP-TV CBS10 05:30AM News 06:00AM Good Morning Tampa Bay 07:00AM This Morning 09:00AM Donahue 10:00AM Sally Jessy Raphael 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 A Current Affair 04:30PM Hard Copy 05:00PM News 05:30PM News 06:00PM News 06:30PM CBS News 07:00PM Wheel of Fortune 07:30PM Jeopardy! 08:00PM The Client 09:00PM MOVIE: It Was Him or Us 11:00PM News 11:35PM Late Show with David Letterman 12:35AM Late Late Show with Tom Snyder 01:35AM Lauren Hutton And... 02:05AM Up to the Minute WTVT-TV FOX13 05:00AM This Morning's Business 05:30AM Good Day, Tampa Bay 09:00AM Regis & Kathie Lee 10:00AM George & Alana 11:00AM Maury 12:00PM News 12:30PM America's Most Wanted 01:00PM Danny! 02:00PM Gabrielle

03:00PM Mark Walberg 04:00PM Ricki Lake 05:00PM News 06:00PM News 06:30PM News 07:00PM Real Stories of the Highway Patrol 07:30PM Entertainment Tonight 08:00PM MOVIE: Blue River 10:00PM News 11:00PM America's Most Wanted 11:30PM High Tide 12:30AM Stephanie Miller 01:30AM Real Stories of the Highway Patrol 02:00AM Jerry Springer 03:00AM All News Night (JIP) WFTS-TV ABC28 05:00AM EXTRA 05:30AM News 06:00AM News 07:00AM Good Morning America 09:00AM Carnie 10:00AM Tempestt 11:00AM Gordon Elliott 12:00PM News 12:30PM The City 01:00PM All My Children 02:00PM One Life to Live 03:00PM General Hospital 04:00PM Montel Williams 05:00PM News 05:30PM News 06:00PM News 06:30PM ABC News 07:00PM Home Improvement 07:30PM The Simpsons 08:00PM Roseanne 08:30PM Hudson Street 09:00PM Home Improvement 09:30PM Coach 10:00PM NYPD Blue 11:00PM News 11:35PM Nightline 12:05AM EXTRA 12:35AM Married...with Children 01:05AM Coach 01:35AM Empty Nest 02:05AM Paid Programming 02:35AM Paid Programming 03:05AM Mike & Maty 04:05AM Gordon Elliott WTMV-TV WB32 05:00AM Haywood Henson 06:00AM Haywood Henson 07:00AM That's Warner Bros!

07:30AM Animaniacs 08:00AM The Flintstones 08:30AM Doogie Howser, M.D. 09:00AM Blossom 09:30AM Top Cops 10:00AM MOVIE: Devil's Odds 12:00PM Richard Bey 01:00PM Cannon 02:00PM Barnaby Jones 03:00PM In the Heat of the Night 04:00PM Dinosaurs 04:30PM Blossom 05:00PM Richard Bey 06:00PM Top Cops 06:30PM LAPD: Life on the Beat 07:00PM Baywatch 08:00PM MOVIE: The Gumball Rally 10:00PM One West Waikiki 11:00PM LAPD: Life on the Beat 11:30PM MOVIE: Firefox 01:30AM Ybor (incomplete title) 02:00AM Paid Programming 02:30AM Music Video Show WTTA-TV IND38 05:00AM Paid Programming 05:30AM Dennis the Menace 06:00AM The Pink Panther 06:30AM Blinky Bill 07:00AM Mutant League 07:30AM DarkStalkers 08:00AM Sailor Moon 08:30AM Bananas in Pajamas 09:00AM Paid Programming 09:30AM Paid Programming 10:00AM Paid Programming 10:30AM Paid Programming 11:00AM Night Heat 12:00PM Geraldo 01:00PM Gunsmoke 02:00PM Bobby's World 02:30PM Fox Cubhouse 03:00PM Taz-Mania 03:30PM X-Men 04:00PM Adventures of Batman & Robin 04:30PM Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers 05:00PM VR Troopers 05:30PM California Dreams 06:00PM Family Ties 06:30PM Family Ties 07:00PM Northern Exposure 08:00PM Geraldo 09:00PM Streets of San Francisco 10:00PM Paid Programming 10:30PM Paid Programming 11:00PM The Hitchhiker

11:30PM Paid Programming 12:00AM Paid Programming 12:30AM Paid Programming 01:00AM Paid Programming 01:30AM Paid Programming 02:00AM Bonanza 03:00AM Gunsmoke 04:00AM Wild, Wild West WTOG-TV UPN44 06:00AM The Woody Woodpecker Show 06:30AM Aladdin 07:00AM Garfield and Friends 07:30AM Mighty Max 08:00AM Highlander: The Animated Series 08:30AM Littlest Pet Shop 09:00AM Beverly Hills, 90210 11:00AM News 11:30AM Court TV: Inside America's Courts 12:00PM Rush Limbaugh 12:30PM Night Court 01:00PM Perry Mason 02:00PM Gilligan's Island 02:30PM Kid's Club 03:00PM Goof Troop 03:30PM Bonkers 04:00PM Aladdin 04:30PM Gargoyles 05:00PM Full House 05:30PM Family Matters 06:00PM Step by Step 06:30PM Fresh Prince of Bel-Air 07:00PM Roseanne 07:30PM Seinfeld 08:00PM Deadly Games 09:00PM Live Shot 10:00PM News 10:30PM Cops 11:00PM Star Trek: The Next Generation 12:00AM Cheers 12:30AM Rush Limbaugh 01:00AM Paid Programming 01:30AM Paid Programming 02:00AM MOVIE: Mr. Frost 04:00AM MOVIE: The Sargeant RETRO: ORLANDO - 8/20/1996 Tuesday, August 20, 1996 WESH NBC2 05:00AM News at Sunrise 05:30AM News 07:00AM Today 09:00AM Regis & Kathie Lee

10:00AM Maury 11:00AM Sally Jessy Raphael 12:00PM News 12:30PM Rush Limbaugh 01:00PM Days of Our Lives 02:00PM Another World 03:00PM Jerry Springer 04:00PM Montel Williams 05:00PM News 05:30PM News 06:00PM News 06:30PM NBC News 07:00PM Entertainment Tonight 07:30PM A Current Affair 08:00PM Mad About You 08:30PM NewsRadio 09:00PM Frasier 09:30PM Caroline in the City 10:00PM Dateline NBC 11:00PM News 11:35PM The Tonight Show with Jay Leno 12:35AM Late Night with Conan O'Brien 01:35AM Later with Greg Kinnear 02:05AM News 02:35AM NBC News Nightside WCPX CBS6 05:00AM Morning News 05:30AM News 06:00AM News 07:00AM This Morning 09:00AM Court TV: Inside America's Courts 09:30AM Hard Copy 10:00AM Guiding Light 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 Rosie O'Donnell 04:00PM Star Trek: The Next Generation 05:00PM News 05:30PM News 06:00PM News 06:30PM CBS News 07:00PM Inside Edition 07:30PM Hard Copy 08:00PM Rescue 911 09:00PM MOVIE: Whose Daughter Is She? 11:00PM News 11:35PM Late Show with David Letterman 12:35AM Late Late Show with Tom Snyder 01:35AM America's Most Wanted 02:05AM America's Most Wanted 02:35AM Tempestt 03:35AM Up to the Minute

WFTV ABC9 05:00AM News This Morning 05:30AM News 07:00AM Good Morning America 09:00AM Geraldo 10:00AM Rolonda 11:00AM Jenny Jones 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 Jeopardy! 07:30PM Wheel of Fortune 08:00PM Roseanne 08:30PM The Drew Carey Show 09:00PM Home Improvement 09:30PM Coach 10:00PM NYPD Blue 11:00PM News 11:35PM Nightline 12:05AM Jenny Jones 01:05AM American Journal 01:35AM Caryl & Marilyn: Real Friends 02:35AM ABC World News Now WKCF WB18 05:00AM First Business 05:30AM This Morning's Business 06:00AM Reality Check 06:30AM The Pink Panther 07:00AM VR Troopers 07:30AM Mighty Max 08:00AM Highlander: The Animated Series 08:30AM Garfield and Friends 09:00AM Family Matters 09:30AM Family Ties 10:00AM Beverly Hills, 90210 11:00AM Doogie Howser, M.D. 11:30AM The Wonder Years 12:00PM America's Funniest Home Videos 12:30PM EXTRA 01:00PM Gordon Elliott 02:00PM A Different World 02:30PM Saved by the Bell 03:00PM Full House 03:30PM That's Warner Bros! 04:00PM Animaniacs 04:30PM Step by Step 05:00PM Ricki Lake

06:00PM Fresh Prince of Bel-Air 06:30PM The Cosby Show 07:00PM America's Funniest Home Videos 07:30PM Seinfeld 08:00PM MOVIE: Who's That Girl 10:00PM News 10:30PM EXTRA 11:00PM Cops 11:30PM Real Stories of the Highway Patrol 12:00AM LAPD: Life on the Beat 12:30AM Baywatch 01:30AM Lauren Hutton And... 02:00AM TBA 03:00AM Gordon Elliott 04:00AM Mark Walberg WOFL FOX35 05:00AM CNN Headline News 06:00AM Budgie the Little Helicopter 06:30AM Mutant League 07:00AM Littlest Pet Shop 07:30AM Eek! Stravaganza 08:00AM Goof Troop 08:30AM Bonkers 09:00AM Fox After Breakfast 10:00AM Hawaii Five-0 11:00AM In the Heat of the Night 12:00PM Empty Nest 12:30PM Coach 01:00PM Knight Rider 02:00PM Dinosaurs 02:30PM Aladdin 03:00PM Gargoyles 03:30PM Taz-Mania 04:00PM Bobby's World 04:30PM Adventures of Batman & Robin 05:00PM Power Rangers Zeo 05:30PM Blossom 06:00PM Roseanne 06:30PM The Simpsons 07:00PM Home Improvement 07:30PM Married...with Children 08:00PM MOVIE: Rapid Fire 10:00PM Land's End 11:00PM Roseanne 11:30PM Murphy Brown 12:00AM Northern Exposure 01:00AM 21 Jump Street 02:00AM Growing Pains 02:30AM Dear John 03:00AM Bonanza 04:00AM George & Alana WRBW UPN65 05:00AM The Fugitive 06:00AM Blinky Bill

06:30AM Bananas in Pajamas 07:00AM Sailor Moon 07:30AM The Flintstones 08:00AM The Woody Woodpecker Show 08:30AM Laverne & Shirley 09:00AM Paid Programming 09:30AM Product Showcase 10:00AM Donahue 11:00AM Richard Bey 12:00PM MOVIE: Love's Savage Fury 02:00PM MOVIE: Hail, Hero! 04:00PM Gilligan's Island 04:30PM Gilligan's Island 05:00PM Gomer Pyle, U.S.M.C. 05:30PM Gomer Pyle, U.S.M.C. 06:00PM The Little Rascals 06:30PM The Little Rascals 07:00PM Star Trek: Deep Space Nine 08:00PM Moesha 08:30PM UPN Fall Preview 09:00PM Moesha 09:30PM Minor Adjustments 10:00PM Rush Limbaugh 10:30PM All in the Family 11:00PM I Love Lucy 11:30PM The Honeymooners 12:00AM MOVIE: The Boys in the Band 02:00AM Paid Programming 02:30AM Paid Programming 03:00AM The BJ/Lobo Show 04:00AM Cannon Retro: Kentucky Thursday, May 25, 1961 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) 6:30 Continental Classroom: "Probablility And Statistics" (COLOR) 7 AM Dave Garroway Today Show 9 AM Say When! 9:30 Play Your Hunch (Gary Merrill has a problem for the panel.) (COLOR) 10 AM Price Is Right (COLOR) 10:30 Concentration 11 AM Truth Or Consequences 11:30 It Could Be You (COLOR) 11:55 NBC News (Ray Scherer) 12 N Noontime 12:30 Life Of Riley 1 PM Jan Murray (COLOR) 1:30 Loretta Young

2 PM Young Dr. Malone 2:30 From These Roots 3 PM Make Room For Daddy 3:30 Here's Hollywood 4 PM Movie: "Pawnee" 5:30 Huckleberry Hound 6 PM News, Weather, Sports 6:15 Huntley-Brinkley Report 6:30 My Three Sons (ABC, delay from 8 PM) 7 PM Death Valley Days 7:30 Bat Masterson 8 PM Tombstone Territory 8:30 Tennessee Ernie Ford Show (Ernie and his backup group, the Top 20, perform "The Mikado") (COLOR) 9 PM The Groucho Show (Groucho's daughter Melinda teams up with Bobby Van.) 9:30 Jim Backus Show 10 PM Victory At Sea 10:30 News, Weather, Sports 10:50 Jack Paar (singer Jack Haskell subs for announcer Hugh Downs) (COLOR) 12 M News WLW-T Ch. 5 Cincinnati (NBC) 6 AM Good Morning 6:30 Continental Classroom: "Probability And Statistics" (COLOR) 7 AM Dave Garroway Today Show 9 AM Paul Dixon (COLOR) 10:30 Play Your Hunch (COLOR) 11 AM Price Is Right (COLOR) 11:30 Concentration 12 N Ruth Lyons (COLOR) 1:30 Truth Or Consequences 2 PM It Could Be You (not in color) 2:25 NBC News (Ray Scherer) 2:30 Loretta Young 3 PM Young Dr. Malone 3:30 From These Roots 4 PM Make Room For Daddy 4:30 Here's Hollywood 5 PM Movies: "Mr. 880," Part 2, and "For Them That Trespass," Part 1 6:25 Sports (Allen Stout) 6:30 News, Weather (Grant/Sands) 6:45 Huntley-Brinkley Report 7 PM Jim Backus Show 7:30 The Outlaws 8:30 Bat Masterson 9 PM Bachelor Father 9:30 Tennessee Ernie Ford Show (COLOR) 10 PM The Groucho Show 10:30 Best Of The Post (COLOR) 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:20 Jack Paar (COLOR)

WTVW Ch. 7 Evansville, IN (ABC) 8:30 Ninth Grade English 9 AM Intermediate Science And Health 9:30 U.S. History 10 AM Eighth Grade Science 11 AM Conversational Spanish 11:30 Plane Geometry 11:55 Farm Digest 12 N Camouflage (this was the week TV Guide ran the picture feature on host Don Morrow and his pet deer) 12:30 Number Please 1 PM About Faces 1:25 ABC News (Al Mann) 1:30 Highway Patrol 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 (guests: Ferrante and Teicher) 5 PM Rocky And His Friends 5:30 Three Stooges 5:50 News (Joe Halburnt) 6 PM Huckleberry Hound 6:30 Guestward Ho! 7 PM Donna Reed 7:30 Real McCoys (watch for guest stars Madge Blake and Olan Soule) 8 PM My Three Sons (a guest star is Cynthia Pepper, whose sitcom "Margie" would follow "My Three Sons" that fall) 8:30 Untouchables (guests include Michael Constantine and Barry Morse) 9:30 Lock Up (Macdonald Carey, pre-"Days Of Our Lives") 10 PM News, Weather, Sports 10:25 Almanac 10:30 Movie: "The Company She Keeps" WCPO Ch. 9 Cincinnati (CBS) 6:50 Farm News 7 AM Religion Today 7:15 Know Your World 7:45 Bozo The Clown 8:15 Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Al And Wanda Lewis 10:30 People's Choice 11 AM Double Exposure 11:30 Your Surprise Package (George Fenneman proves he's a better announcer than host.) 12 N News (Al Schottlekotte) 12:25 Weather (Paula Jane) 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 12:45 Guiding Light 1 PM Our Miss Brooks 1:30 As The World Turns 2 PM Highway Patrol

2:30 Art Linkletter's House Party (guest: Harpo Marx) 3 PM Californians 3:30 Verdict Is Yours 4 PM Brighter Day 4:15 Secret Storm 4:30 Edge Of Night 5 PM Popeye And His Friends 5:30 Our Gang 6 PM Three Stooges And Friends 6:30 Huckleberry Hound 7 PM News (Jack Fogerty) 7:15 Sports (Dick Bray) 7:25 Weather (Paula Jane) 7:30 Suspicion 8:30 Dick Powell's Zane Grey Theater 9 PM Gunslinger 10 PM Gray Ghost 10:30 Sea Hunt 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:20 Movie: "Revenge At Daybreak" WHAS Ch. 11 Louisville (CBS) 7:45 Cartoon Circus 8 AM CBS News (Richard Hottelet) 8:15 Captain Kangaroo 9 AM I Love Lucy 9:30 Video Village (Monty Hall) 10 AM Double Exposure 10:30 Your Surprise Package 11 AM Love Of Life 11:30 Search For Tomorrow 11:45 Guiding Light 12 N Midday Summary 12:15 Cactus Cartoons 12:30 As The World Turns 1 PM Face The Facts 1:30 Art Linkletter's House Party 2 PM Millionaire (the check goes to Sgt. Matthew Brogan, who helps an Army buddy in need) 2:30 Verdict Is Yours 3 PM Brighter Day 3:15 Secret Storm 3:30 Edge Of Night 4 PM Movie: "Bachelor Mother" 5:15 T-Bar-V Ranch 5:45 Douglas Edwards With The News 6 PM News, Weather, Sports 6:15 Small Talk 6:30 Summer Sports Spectacular (soccer: the Bangu team of Brazil, champions of the International Soccer League, face the Karlsruhe squad from West Germany) 7:30 Dick Powell's Zane Grey Theater 8 PM Assignment: Underwater 8:30 Lock Up 9 PM CBS Reports

10 PM Coronado 9 10:30 News, Weather, Sports 11 PM Movie: "Johnny Angel" (George Raft, nothing to do with Shelley Fabares) WKRC Ch. 12 Cincinnati (ABC) 8 AM Popeye And Billy (Johnson) 9:30 Movie: TBA 11 AM Gale Storm 11:30 Love That Bob! 12 N Camouflage 12:30 Number Please 1 PM About Faces 1:25 ABC News 1:30 Len Goorian 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 5 PM Popeye And Skipper (Ryle) 6 PM Whirlybirds 6:30 News, Sports 7 PM Pony Express 7:30 Guestward Ho! 8 PM Donna Reed 8:30 Real McCoys 9 PM My Three Sons 9:30 Untouchables 10:30 Miami Undercover 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:15 Editorial (Pat Boisseau) 11:20 Movie: "The Square Ring" WFIE Ch. 14 Evansville, IN (NBC) 6 AM Continental Classroom: "Chemistry" (COLOR) 6:30 Continental Classroom: "Probability And Statistics" (COLOR) 7 AM Dave Garroway Today Show 9 AM Say When! 9:30 Play Your Hunch (COLOR) 10 AM Price Is Right (COLOR) 10:30 Concentration 11 AM Truth Or Consequences 11:30 It Could Be You (COLOR) 11:55 NBC News 12 N News (Jack McLean) 12:10 Uncle Dudley 12:30 Life Of Riley 1 PM Jan Murray (COLOR) 1:30 Loretta Young 2 PM Young Dr. Malone 2:30 From These Roots 3 PM Make Room For Daddy 3:30 Here's Hollywood

4 PM Movie: "Wyoming" 5:15 Navy Log 5:45 Dayton Allen 5:50 Weather (Biff Cole) 6 PM News, Sports 6:15 Huntley-Brinkley Report 6:30 The Outlaws 7:30 Bat Masterson 8 PM Bachelor Father 8:30 Tennessee Ernie Ford Show (COLOR) 9 PM The Groucho Show 9:30 American Civil War (the battle of Chancellorsville, where General Lee lost Stonewall Jackson) 10 PM News, Weather, Sports 10:20 Jack Paar (COLOR) WLEX Ch. 18 Lexington (NBC/ABC) 6:30 Continental Classroom: "Probability And Statistics" (COLOR) 7 AM Dave Garroway Today Show 9 AM Education 9:50 Take Five 10 AM Say When! 10:30 Play Your Hunch (COLOR) 11 AM Price Is Right (COLOR) 11:30 Concentration 12 N Truth Or Consequences 12:30 It Could Be You (COLOR) 12:55 NBC News 1 PM Movie: "Crowded Paradise" 2 PM Jan Murray (COLOR) 2:30 Loretta Young 3 PM Young Dr. Malone 3:30 From These Roots 4 PM Make Room For Daddy 4:30 Here's Hollywood 5 PM Country Music 5:30 Romper Room 5:55 News (Peter Stoner) 6 PM Sports (Wayne Bell) 6:05 Livestock Report 6:10 Weather (Terry Sams--he did the same thing at WJBF Augusta, GA when I was at UGA in the '70s) 6:15 Congressional Combo 6:30 Bluegrass Personalities 6:45 Huntley-Brinkley Report 7 PM TBA 7:15 TBA 7:30 The Outlaws 8:30 Bat Masterson 9 PM Gunslinger 10 PM The Groucho Show 10:30 Contrails (the story of the Atlas missile project) 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:15 Jack Paar (COLOR)

WKYT Ch. 27 Lexington (ABC/CBS) 8:15 Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Windy 9:30 Movie: TBA 10:30 Marie Kittrell (women's show) 11 AM Mr. Adams And Eve 11:30 Love That Bob! 12 N Camouflage 12:30 Number Please 1 PM About Faces 1:25 ABC News 1:30 As The World Turns 2 PM Day In Court 2:30 Art Linkletter's House Party 3 PM Queen For A Day 3:30 Verdict Is Yours 4 PM Brighter Day 4:15 Secret Storm 4:30 American Bandstand (joined in progress) 5 PM Windy And Popeye 6:15 News, Weather (Frank Taylor) 6:30 Kentucky Sportsman 7 PM Mister Ed (syndicated, would move to CBS that fall) 7:30 Tales Of The Vikings 8 PM Tightrope! 8:30 Real McCoys 9 PM My Three Sons 9:30 Untouchables 10:30 On The Fairway (golf) 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:15 Movie: "The Guilt Of Janet Ames" WEHT Ch. 50 (Ch. 25) Evansville, IN (CBS) 7:30 Comedy Theater 8 AM Debbie Drake (exercises) 8:15 Captain Kangaroo 9 AM I Love Lucy 9:30 Video Village 10 AM Double Exposure 10:30 Your Surprise Package 11 AM Love Of Life 11:30 Search For Tomorrow 11:45 Guiding Light 12 N CBS News (Ron Cochran) 12:05 Weather (Roger Forster) 12:10 Noontime Neighbors 12:30 As The World Turns 1 PM Face The Facts 1:30 Art Linkletter's House Party 2 PM Millionaire 2:30 Verdict Is Yours 3 PM Brighter Day 3:15 Secret Storm 3:30 Edge Of Night

4 PM Let's Pretend 4:30 Clancy's Cottage 5 PM Man From Cochise 5:30 I Led Three Lives 6 PM News (John Munger) 6:10 Scoreboard (Chick Anderson) 6:15 Douglas Edwards With The News 6:30 Summer Sports Spectacular 7:30 Dick Powell's Zane Grey Theater 8 PM Gunslinger 9 PM CBS Reports 10 PM News, Weather, Sports 10:20 Movie: "Plan Nine From Outer Space" (wasn't this one of Ed Wood's kitschy sci-fi films?) RETRO: ORLANDO - 5/12/1998 Tuesday, May 12, 1998 WESH NBC2 05:00AM NBC News 05:30AM News 06:00AM News 07:00AM Today 09:00AM Regis & Kathie Lee 10:00AM Maury 11:00AM Sally 12:00PM News 01:00PM Sunset Beach 02:00PM Another World 03:00PM Days of Our Lives 04:00PM News 04:30PM Discover Orlando 05:00PM News 06:00PM News 06:30PM NBC News 07:00PM Entertainment Tonight 07:30PM Real TV 08:00PM Mad About You 08:30PM NewsRadio 09:00PM Frasier 09:30PM Just Shoot Me 10:00PM Dateline NBC 11:00PM News 11:35PM The Tonight Show with Jay Leno 12:37AM Late Night with Conan O'Brien 01:36AM Later 02:05AM News 02:35AM NBC News Nightside (JIP) WKMG CBS6 05:00AM CBS News 05:30AM News 06:00AM News 07:00AM This Morning

09:00AM Martha Stewart Living 09:30AM Gayle King 10:00AM Guiding Light 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 Montel Williams 04:00PM Rosie O'Donnell 05:00PM News 05:30PM News 06:00PM News 06:30PM CBS News 07:00PM Frasier 07:30PM Hard Copy 08:00PM JAG 09:00PM Miss Universe Pageant 11:00PM News 11:35PM Late Show with David Letterman 12:37AM Access Hollywood 01:07AM Montel Williams 02:07AM Late Late Show with Tom Snyder 03:07AM Martha Stewart Living 03:37AM Gayle King 04:07AM Up to the Minute WFTV ABC9 05:00AM ABC News 05:30AM News 07:00AM Good Morning America 09:00AM People's Court 10:00AM Jenny Jones 11:00AM The View 12:00PM News 12:30PM Port Charles 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 News 07:00PM Jeopardy! 07:30PM Wheel of Fortune 08:00PM Home Improvement 08:30PM Soul Man 09:00PM Home Improvement 09:30PM Something So Right 10:00PM NYPD Blue 11:00PM News 11:35PM Nightline 12:05AM Politically Incorrect 12:36AM Jenny Jones 01:36AM Geraldo Rivera

02:36AM News 03:11AM ABC World News Now WKCF WB18 05:00AM First Business 05:30AM This Morning's Business 06:00AM Paid Programming 06:30AM Iron Man 07:00AM X-Men 07:30AM Wacky World of Tex Avery 08:00AM Tiny Toon Adventures 08:30AM New Adventures of Captain Planet 09:00AM Full House 09:30AM Family Matters 10:00AM Hangin' with Mr. Cooper 10:30AM Living Single 11:00AM Beverly Hills, 90210 12:00PM Ricki Lake 01:00PM Jerry Springer 02:00PM The Bugs 'n' Daffy Show 02:30PM Animaniacs 03:00PM Pinky and the Brain 03:30PM The New Superman/Batman Adventures 04:00PM Ricki Lake 05:00PM Jerry Springer 06:00PM Martin 06:30PM Fresh Prince of Bel-Air 07:00PM M*A*S*H 07:30PM Seinfeld 08:00PM Buffy the Vampire Slayer 09:00PM Dawson's Creek 10:00PM News 10:30PM EXTRA 11:00PM Mad About You 11:30PM Cops 12:00AM LAPD: Life on the Beat 12:30AM Real Stories of the Highway Patrol 01:00AM Newlywed Game 01:30AM Dating Game 02:00AM Hangin' with Mr. Cooper 02:30AM Living Single 03:00AM The Adventures of Sinbad 04:00AM EXTRA 04:30AM Real Stories of the Highway Patrol WOFL FOX35 05:00AM CNN Headline News 05:30AM CNN Headline News 06:00AM Mr. Men 06:30AM Mummies Alive! 07:00AM Bobby's World 07:30AM Life with Louie 08:00AM 101 Dalmatians 08:30AM Mighty Ducks 09:00AM Sanford and Son 09:30AM The Jeffersons

10:00AM Hunter 11:00AM Guilt 12:00PM Charlie's Angels 01:00PM In the Heat of the Night 02:00PM Empty Nest 02:30PM Blossom 03:00PM Beetleborgs Metallix 03:30PM Spider-Man 04:00PM Ninja Turtles: The Next Mutation 04:30PM Power Rangers Turbo 05:00PM Boy Meets World 05:30PM The Simpsons 06:00PM Roseanne 06:30PM Grace Under Fire 07:00PM Home Improvement 07:30PM Home Improvement 08:00PM World's Worst Drivers 09:00PM Busted on the Job; Caught on Tape 10:00PM News 10:30PM Cheers 11:00PM Nightman 12:00AM Married...with Children 12:30AM Roseanne 01:00AM Murphy Brown 01:30AM Empty Nest 02:00AM Baretta 03:00AM Kojak 04:00AM Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman WRBW UPN65 05:00AM AgDay 05:30AM Paid Programming 06:00AM The Mask 06:30AM Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog 07:00AM Extreme Dinosaurs 07:30AM Extreme Ghostbusters 08:00AM Leave it to Beaver 08:30AM Leave it to Beaver 09:00AM Bananas in Pajamas & the Crayon Box 09:30AM Paid Programming 10:00AM Wholesale Shopping 11:00AM The Honeymooners 11:30AM The Honeymooners 12:00PM Pictionary 12:30PM American Journal 01:00PM Mama's Family 01:30PM Mama's Family 02:00PM MOVIE: Primary Motive 04:00PM Star Trek 05:00PM Inside Edition 05:30PM American Journal 06:00PM Judge Judy 06:30PM Judge Judy 07:00PM Star Trek: The Next Generation 08:00PM Moesha 08:30PM Clueless

09:00PM Malcolm & Eddie 09:30PM Good News 10:00PM News 10:30PM Inside Edition 11:00PM Mama's Family 11:30PM All in the Family 12:00AM Vibe 01:00AM The Rat Patrol 01:30AM The Rat Patrol 02:00AM Strange Universe 02:30AM Paid Programming 03:00AM MOVIE: The Trojan Women RETRO: ORLANDO - 4/03/1998 Friday, April 3, 1998 WESH NBC2 05:00AM NBC News 05:30AM News 06:00AM News 07:00AM Today 09:00AM Regis & Kathie Lee 10:00AM Maury 11:00AM Sally 12:00PM News 01:00PM Sunset Beach 02:00PM Another World 03:00PM Days of Our Lives 04:00PM News 04:30PM Discover Orlando 05:00PM News 06:00PM News 06:30PM NBC News 07:00PM Entertainment Tonight 07:30PM Real TV 08:00PM Players 09:00PM Dateline NBC 10:00PM Homicide: Life on the Street 11:00PM News 11:35PM The Tonight Show with Jay Leno 12:37AM Late Night with Conan O'Brien 01:36AM Friday Night Videos 02:35AM News 03:05AM NBC News Nightside WKMG CBS6 05:00AM CBS News 05:30AM News 06:00AM News 07:00AM This Morning 09:00AM Martha Stewart Living 09:30AM Gayle King 10:00AM Guiding Light 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 Montel Williams 04:00PM Rosie O'Donnell 05:00PM News 05:30PM News 06:00PM News 06:30PM CBS News 07:00PM Hard Copy 07:30PM Frasier 08:00PM Kids Say the Darndest Things 08:30PM Candid Camera 09:00PM Unsolved Mysteries 10:00PM Nash Bridges 11:00PM News 11:35PM Late Show with David Letterman 12:37AM Access Hollywood 01:07AM Montel Williams 02:07AM Late Late Show with Tom Snyder 03:07AM Martha Stewart Living 03:37AM Gayle King 04:07AM America's Black Forum 04:37AM Better Homes and Gardens WFTV ABC9 05:00AM ABC News 05:30AM News 07:00AM Good Morning America 09:00AM People's Court 10:00AM Jenny Jones 11:00AM The View 12:00PM News 12:30PM Port Charles 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 Jeopardy! 07:30PM Wheel of Fortune 08:00PM Sabrina, the Teenage Witch 08:30PM Boy Meets World 09:00PM Sabrina, the Teenage Witch 09:30PM Boy Meets World 10:00PM 20/20 11:00PM News 11:35PM Nightline 12:05AM Politically Incorrect 12:38AM Jenny Jones 01:38AM Geraldo Rivera 02:37AM News

03:13AM Combat! 04:00AM The Mounties 04:30AM Coast Guard WKCF WB18 05:00AM First Business 05:30AM This Morning's Business 06:00AM Nick News 06:30AM Fantastic Four 07:00AM X-Men 07:30AM Wacky World of Tex Avery 08:00AM Channel Umptee-3 08:30AM New Adventures of Captain Planet 09:00AM Full House 09:30AM Family Matters 10:00AM Hangin' with Mr. Cooper 10:30AM Living Single 11:00AM Beverly Hills, 90210 12:00PM Ricki Lake 01:00PM Jerry Springer 02:00PM Animaniacs 02:30PM Pinky & the Brain 03:00PM The New Superman/Batman Adventures 03:30PM Men in Black: The Series 04:00PM Ricki Lake 05:00PM Jerry Springer 06:00PM Martin 06:30PM Fresh Prince of Bel-Air 07:00PM M*A*S*H 07:30PM Seinfeld 08:00PM MOVIE: Dying Young 10:00PM News 10:30PM EXTRA 11:00PM Mad About You 11:30PM Cops 12:00AM LAPD: Life on the Beat 12:30AM Real Stories of the Highway Patrol 01:00AM Newlywed Game 01:30AM Dating Game 02:00AM Hangin' with Mr. Cooper 02:30AM Living Single 03:00AM The Outer Limits 04:00AM EXTRA 04:30AM Real Stories of the Highway Patrol WOFL FOX35 05:00AM CNN Headline News 05:30AM CNN Headline News 06:00AM Mr. Men 06:30AM Beast Wars: Transformers 07:00AM C-Bear & Jamal 07:30AM Casper 08:00AM 101 Dalmatians 08:30AM Quack Pack 09:00AM Kojak 10:00AM Hunter

11:00AM Hawaii Five-0 12:00PM In the Heat of the Night 01:00PM Andy Griffith 01:30PM Beverly Hillbillies 02:00PM Empty Nest 02:30PM Blossom 03:00PM Casper 03:30PM Sam & Max 04:00PM Power Rangers in Space 04:30PM Ninja Turtles: The Next Mutation 05:00PM Boy Meets World 05:30PM The Simpsons 06:00PM Roseanne 06:30PM Grace Under Fire 07:00PM Home Improvement 07:30PM Home Improvement 08:00PM Beyond Belief: Fact or Fiction? 09:00PM Millenium 10:00PM News 10:30PM Cheers 11:00PM Earth: Final Conflict 12:00AM Keenen Ivory Williams 01:00AM Married...with Children 01:30AM Hair Restoration 02:00AM Baretta 03:00AM Kojak 04:00AM Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman WRBW UPN65 05:00AM AgDay 05:30AM Paid Programming 06:00AM The Mask 06:30AM Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog 07:00AM Extreme Dinosaurs 07:30AM Extreme Ghostbusters 08:00AM Leave it to Beaver 08:30AM Leave it to Beaver 09:00AM Bananas in Pajamas & the Crayon Box 09:30AM Paid Programming 10:00AM Paid Programming 10:30AM Paid Programming 11:00AM The Honeymooners 11:30AM The Honeymooners 12:00PM Pictionary 12:30PM American Journal 01:00PM Mama's Family 01:30PM Mama's Family 02:00PM MOVIE: Death Scream 04:00PM Airwolf 05:00PM Inside Edition 05:30PM American Journal 06:00PM Judge Judy 06:30PM Judge Judy 07:00PM Star Trek: Deep Space Nine 08:00PM Star Trek: The Next Generation

09:00PM Star Trek: The Next Generation 10:00PM News 10:30PM Inside Edition 11:00AM Star Trek 12:00AM Vibe 01:00AM Extreme Championship Wrestling 02:00AM Strange Universe 02:30AM Paid Programming 03:00AM MOVIE: The Invincible Barbarian RETRO: ORLANDO - 6/09/1998 Tuesday, June 9, 1998 WESH NBC2 05:00AM NBC News 05:30AM News 06:00AM News 07:00AM Today 09:00AM Regis & Kathie Lee 10:00AM Maury 11:00AM Sally 12:00PM News 01:00PM Sunset Beach 02:00PM Another World 03:00PM Days of Our Lives 04:00PM News 04:30PM Discover Orlando 05:00PM News 06:00PM News 06:30PM NBC News 07:00PM Entertainment Tonight 07:30PM Real TV 08:00PM Mad About You 08:30PM NewsRadio 09:00PM Frasier 09:30PM Just Shoot Me 10:00PM Dateline NBC 11:00PM News 11:35PM The Tonight Show with Jay Leno 12:37AM Late Night with Conan O'Brien 01:36AM Later 02:05AM News 02:35AM NBC News Nightside WKMG CBS6 05:00AM CBS News 05:30AM News 06:00AM News 07:00AM This Morning 09:00AM Martha Stewart Living 09:30AM Gayle King 10:00AM Guiding Light 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 Montel Williams 04:00PM Rosie O'Donnell 05:00PM News 05:30PM News 06:00PM News 06:30PM CBS News 07:00PM Frasier 07:30PM Hard Copy 08:00PM JAG 09:00PM MOVIE: Stranger in My Home 11:00PM News 11:35PM Late Show with David Letterman 12:37AM Access Hollywood 01:07AM Montel Williams 02:07AM Late Late Show with Tom Snyder 03:07AM Martha Stewart Living 03:37AM Gayle King 04:07AM Up to the Minute WFTV ABC9 05:00AM ABC News 05:30AM News 07:00AM Good Morning America 09:00AM People's Court 10:00AM Jenny Jones 11:00AM The View 12:00PM News 12:30PM Port Charles 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 Jeopardy! 07:30PM Wheel of Fortune 08:00PM Soul Man 08:30PM Something So Right 09:00PM Home Improvement 09:30PM NYPD Blue 11:00PM News 11:35PM Nightline 12:07AM Politically Incorrect 12:36AM Jenny Jones 01:36AM Geraldo Rivera 02:36AM News 03:11AM ABC World News Now WKCF WB18 05:00AM First Business 05:30AM This Morning's Business

06:00AM Paid Programming 06:30AM Iron Man 07:00AM X-Men 07:30AM Wacky World of Tex Avery 08:00AM Tiny Toon Adventures 08:30AM New Adventures of Captain Planet 09:00AM Full House 09:30AM Family Matters 10:00AM Hangin' with Mr. Cooper 10:30AM Living Single 11:00AM Beverly Hills, 90210 12:00PM Ricki Lake 01:00PM Jerry Springer 02:00PM The Bugs 'n' Daffy Show 02:30PM Animaniacs 03:00PM Pinky and the Brain 03:30PM The New Superman/Batman Adventures 04:00PM Ricki Lake 05:00PM Jerry Springer 06:00PM Martin 06:30PM Fresh Prince of Bel-Air 07:00PM M*A*S*H 07:30PM Seinfeld 08:00PM Buffy the Vampire Slayer 09:00PM Invasion America 10:00PM News 10:30PM EXTRA 11:00PM Mad About You 11:30PM Cops 12:00AM LAPD: Life on the Beat 12:30AM Real Stories of the Highway Patrol 01:00AM Newlywed Game 01:30AM Dating Game 02:00AM Hangin' with Mr. Cooper 02:30AM Living Single 03:00AM The Adventures of Sinbad 04:00AM EXTRA 04:30AM Real Stories of the Highway Patrol WOFL FOX35 05:00AM CNN Headline News 05:30AM CNN Headline News 06:00AM Mr. Men 06:30AM Mummies Alive! 07:00AM Bobby's World 07:30AM Life with Louie 08:00AM Bill Nye, the Science Guy 08:30AM Mighty Ducks 09:00AM Sanford and Son 09:30AM The Jeffersons 10:00AM Hunter 11:00AM Guilt 12:00PM Charlie's Angels 01:00PM In the Heat of the Night 02:00PM Empty Nest 02:30PM Blossom

03:00PM Beetleborgs Metallix 03:30PM Spider-Man 04:00PM Ninja Turtles: The Next Mutation 04:30PM Power Rangers in Space 05:00PM Boy Meets World 05:30PM The Simpsons 06:00PM Roseanne 06:30PM Grace Under Fire 07:00PM Home Improvement 07:30PM Home Improvement 08:00PM Stanley Cup Playoffs: Detroit Red Wings vs. Washington Capitols 11:00PM Nightman 12:00AM Married...with Children 12:30AM Roseanne 01:00AM Murphy Brown 01:30AM Empty Nest 02:00AM Baretta 03:00AM Kojak 04:00AM Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman WRBW UPN65 05:00AM AgDay 05:30AM Paid Programming 06:00AM The Mask 06:30AM Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog 07:00AM Extreme Dinosaurs 07:30AM Extreme Ghostbusters 08:00AM Leave it to Beaver 08:30AM Leave it to Beaver 09:00AM Bananas in Pajamas & the Crayon Box 09:30AM Paid Programming 10:00AM Wholesale Shopping 11:00AM The Honeymooners 11:30AM The Honeymooners 12:00PM Pictionary 12:30PM American Journal 01:00PM MOVIE: Cattie Annie and Little Britches 03:00PM Forgive or Forget 04:00PM Airwolf 05:00PM Inside Edition 05:30PM American Journal 06:00PM Judge Judy 06:30PM Judge Judy 07:00PM Star Trek: The Next Generation 08:00PM Moesha 08:30PM In the House 09:00PM Malcolm & Eddie 09:30PM Good News 10:00PM News 10:30PM Inside Edition 11:00PM Magic Hour 12:00AM Vibe 01:00AM The Rat Patrol 01:30AM The Rat Patrol 02:00AM Strange Universe 02:30AM Paid Programming

03:00AM MOVIE: The Great Houdinis Retro: Carolina-Tennessee Sunday, May 20, 1979 By request, from TV Guide, Carolina-Tennessee Edition: WSJK (WETP) Ch. 2 Sneedville, TN (PBS) 8 AM Sesame Street 9 AM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 9:30 Electric Company 10 AM Ag Science In Action 10:30 Zoom 11 AM GED 12 N Nova (medical care for the poor in Tanzania) 1 PM Washington Week In Review 1:30 Wall Street Week 2 PM Great Performances (the Eliot Feld Ballet) 3 PM George Segal (a sculptor, not the actor) 4 PM Over Easy (four women over 55 discuss the prospects of growing old alone) 5 PM Firing Line (Maurice Stans, treasurer of the 1972 Nixon re-election campaign, discusses Watergate) 6 PM The Advocates (should the states assume financial control of public schools?) 7 PM Book Beat (Robert Ludlum discusses "The Matarese Circle") 7:30 Anyone For Tennyson? 8 PM Rites Of Spring (the controversy surrounding the killing of eastern Canada's harp-seal pups) 9 PM Masterpiece Theatre ("Lillie," Part 11) 10 PM Nova (x 2) sign off 12 M WBTV Ch. 3 Charlotte (CBS) 7 AM What's New, Mr. Magoo? (delay from 8 AM) 7:30 Gospel Singing Jubilee 8:30 Whistle-Stop (local kids' show also carried on WWBT Richmond) 9 AM CBS News Sunday Morning 10:30 Christopher Closeup 11 AM The Story 11:30 Light Unto My Path 12 N Face The Nation 12:30 Ricochet Roundup (another local kids' show) 1 PM Movie: "Genesis II" 2:30 Jacques Cousteau 3:30 World War II: G.I. Diary 4 PM Golf: Colonial National Invitation (final round) 6 PM News (time approximate) 6:30 Carolina Camera 7 PM 60 Minutes 8 PM Blind Ambition (Part 1 of 4) 10 PM Shirley MacLaine At The Lido (from Paris, with guest Tom Jones) 11 PM News 11:15 CBS News (Ed Bradley)

11:30 Tony Brown's Journal 12 M Movie: "Hang 'Em High" WFBC (WYFF) Ch. 4 Greenville, SC (NBC) 6 AM Church Service 7 AM Tony Brown's Journal 7:30 Gospel Singing Jubilee 8 AM New World 8:30 Jimmy Swaggart 9 AM Oral Roberts 9:30 Show My People 10 AM Rex Humbard 11 AM Church Service 12 N Bill Dance Outdoors 12:30 Meet The Press (opponents of Salt II: Sen. Jake Garn, Republican, Utah; former Secretary of the Navy Paul Nitze; Adm. Elmo Zumwalt (USN, Ret.)) 1:30 NFL Great Teams/Great Years/Great Games 2 PM Movie: "Godzilla's Revenge" 3 PM Movie: "Rodan" 4:30 Movie: "I Was A Teen-age Werewolf" 6 PM News 6:30 Report To The People 7 PM Wonderful World Of Disney: "Goofing Around With Donald Duck" 8 PM A Man Called Intrepid (Part 1 of 3) 10 PM Glen Campbell (Seals & Crofts, Brenda Lee, Lonnie Shorr) 11 PM News 11:30 Movie: "The Naked And The Dead" 1:30 With This Ring WCYB Ch. 5 Bristol, VA (NBC) 7 AM Living Word 7:15 With This Ring 7:30 Gospel Singing Jubilee 8:30 Gospel Sing 9:30 Kartoon Kapers 10 AM Light Unto My Path 10:30 Through Death To Life 11 AM Music And The Spoken Word 11:30 Christophers 12 N Bonnie Lou And Buster 12:30 Meet The Press 1:30 TBA 2 PM Emergency One! 3 PM Nashville On The Road 3:30 Pop Goes The Country 4 PM Sportsworld (Thomas Hearns vs. Harold Weston Jr., welterweights, 12 rounds, from Las Vegas) 5:30 Bill Dance Outdoors 6 PM Wild Kingdom 6:30 NBC News (Jessica Savitch) 7 PM Wonderful World Of Disney 8 PM A Man Called Intrepid 10 PM Glen Campbell

11 PM News 11:30 Emergency! (NBC is showing this flashback episode.) WATE Ch. 6 Knoxville (NBC, moves to ABC Sept. 17) 7 AM 700 Club 8 AM Rex Humbard 9 AM Day Of Discovery 9:30 It Is Written 10 AM Morris Cerullo School Of Ministry 10:30 Pop Goes The Country 11 AM Nashville On The Road 11:30 Bonnie Lou And Buster 12 N Please Stand By (sitcom taking place at a shoestringoperation TV station) 12:30 Meet The Press 1:30 Star Trek 2:30 Movie: "The Strangers In 7A" (TV movie with Andy Griffith and Ida Lupino as a couple held hostage by would-be robbers, from '72) 4 PM Sportsworld 5:30 Match Game PM 6 PM University Of Tennessee Singers 6:30 NBC News 7 PM Wonderful World Of Disney 8 PM A Man Called Intrepid 10 PM Glen Campbell 11 PM Movie: "The Silver Chalice" WSPA Ch. 7 Spartanburg, SC (CBS) 6 AM World Thing 6:30 Contact 7 AM CBS Children's Film Festival ("Starbuck Valley Winter," '77 from Canada, delay from Sat 1:30 PM) 7:30 Here And Now 8 AM James Robison Presents 8:30 Lake Lure Singers 8:45 Gospel Challengers 9 AM Awareness '79 9:30 Blue Ridge Quartet 10 AM Jerry Falwell 11 AM First Baptist Church Of Spartanburg 12 N Face The Nation 12:30 Championship Fishing 1 PM The Racers (the Gatornationals drag races from Atlanta) 1:30 NBA Play-Off (Seattle-Washington, Game 2, Bullets win 94-92, Sonics win the series 4-1) 4 PM Golf: Colonial National Invitation (final round, time approximate) 6 PM Contact (time approximate) 6:30 CBS News (Morton Dean) 7 PM 60 Minutes 8 PM Blind Ambition 10 PM Shirley MacLaine At The Lido 11 PM News 11:15 CBS News

11:30 Movie: "Oh, Men! Oh, Women!" WSOC Ch. 9 Charlotte (ABC) 6:30 Jerry Falwell 7:30 Flames Of Revival 8 AM Day Of Discovery 8:30 James Robison Presents 9 AM Oral Roberts 9:30 Quest (public affairs, not "Quest For Adventure") 10 AM Rex Humbard 11 AM First Presbyterian Church Of Charlotte 12 N Issues And Answers 12:30 Bill Dance Outdoors 1 PM Championship Fishing 1:30 The Next Step Beyond (unsuccessful revival of "One Step Beyond") 2 PM Movie: "Trinity Is Still My Name" 4:30 Wide World Of Sports (Sugar Ray Leonard vs. Marcos Geraldo, welterweights, 10 rounds from Baton Rouge; World Pro Target Diving Championships from Orlando; Indy 500 time trials) 6 PM Auto Racing: last shot at the Indy 500 on "bumping day" 7 PM Osmond Family Hour (Connie Stevens, Andy Williams, Grant Goodeve) 8 PM Guinness Book Of World Records (a man holds back a helicopter with his teeth, a man plunges into 12.25 inches of water, a man tries to escape from a straitjacket while 200 feet in the air; Gavin MacLeod, Richard Hatch (not the "Survivor" winner), and Lani O'Grady host) 9 PM ABC Movie: "Love's Savage Fury" 11 PM News 11:30 Sunday In Carolina 12 M Tony And Susan Alamo 12:30 Arthur Smith 1 AM ABC News (Tom Jarriel) WBIR Ch. 10 Knoxville (CBS) 6:25 Jot (kids' show produced by the Southern Baptist Convention) 6:30 In Touch (Beverly Johnson) 7 AM Sunrise Inspiration 7:30 At Home With The Bible 8 AM Mull's Singing Convention 9:30 Oral Roberts 10 AM Jimmy Swaggart 10:30 Jerry Falwell 11:30 Face The Nation 12 N Gloria Ray: Sports 12:30 Bill Dance Outdoors 1 PM Championship Fishing 1:30 NBA Play-Off (see Ch. 7) 4 PM Golf: Colonial National Invitation (final round, time approximate) 6 PM TV 10 Report (time approximate) 6:30 CBS News 7 PM 60 Minutes 8 PM Blind Ambition 10 PM Shirley MacLaine At The Lido 11 PM CBS News

11:15 Next Step Beyond 11:45 Divorce Court 12:15 With This Ring WJHL Ch. 11 Johnson City, TN (CBS) 7:30 Jerry Falwell 8:30 Rev. Willard Wilcox 9 AM Christ For The World 9:30 Oral Roberts (guest: Ruth Carter Stapleton) 10 AM Rev. Leonard Repass 10:30 What The Bible Plainly Says 11 AM Church Service 12 N Face The Nation 12:30 Day Of Discovery 1 PM Three On Three (Semifinal: George McGinnis, Kevin Loughery, and Kevin Dobson vs. David Thompson, Tom Van Arsdale, and Pat Boone) 1:30 NBA Play-Off (see Ch. 7) 4 PM Golf: Colonial National Invitation (final round, time approximate) 6 PM CBS News (time approximate) 6:30 Dolly 7 PM 60 Minutes 8 PM Blind Ambition 10 PM Shirley MacLaine At The Lido 11 PM News 11:15 CBS News 11:30 In Search Of... sign off 12 M WLOS Ch. 13 Asheville, NC (ABC) 6:30 Light Unto My Path 7 AM Flintstones (I know Ch. 13 was carrying the originals and had since 1968; either 16 or 40 was probably carrying "Fred Flintstone And Friends") 7:30 Animals, Animals, Animals (tagging young swans to study their mating habits at the National Wildlife Refuge in Montana, delay from 11:30 AM) 8 AM Count On Me 8:30 Christ For The World 9 AM Send The Light 9:30 Robert Schuller 10:30 Day Of Discovery 11 AM First Baptist Church Of Asheville 12 N Issues And Answers 12:30 People (locall) 1 PM Gilligan's Island 1:30 Movie: "Pippi Goes On Board" 3 PM Movie: "Walking Tall" 5:30 Muppet Show (guest: Cheryl Ladd) 6 PM Auto Racing: Indy 500 "bumping day" 7 PM Osmond Family Hour 8 PM Guinness Book Of World Records 9 PM ABC Movie: "Love's Savage Fury" 11 PM News

11:15 ABC News 11:30 Comedy Shop (Jackie Gayle, Kip Addotta, Jackie Kahane, Peter Marshall) 12 M That Nashville Music 12:30 Petticoat Junction WHKY Ch. 14 Hickory, NC (Ind.) 7 AM Public Policy Forums 8 AM Jerry Falwell 9 AM Miracle Deliverance Hour 9:30 Holiday (travelogue) 10 AM This Is The Life 10:30 Faith For Today 11 AM 700 Club 12:30 American Outdoors 1 PM Dudley Watson (music) 2 PM Voice Of Faith 3 PM Emerson Jones And Gilmore Roberts (religion) 3:30 Rescue Mission 4 PM Cross Beams 4:30 Day Of Discovery 5 PM Tell It To Jesus 5:30 Holiday 6 PM News 6:15 Devotions 6:30 American Angler 7 PM Insight 7:30 Listen 7:45 The Athlete 8 PM Day Of Discovery 8:30 James Robison Presents 9 PM Moment Of Truth (Rev. Garland Faw) 9:30 Christ For The World 10 PM Leroy Jenkins 10:30 Holiday 11 PM Don Kirshner's Rock Concert (the Village People, Herbie Mann, Leo Sayer, Dan Hill, Barry Mann, Joan Armatrading, Jan & Dean, Gentle Giant, Elayne Boosler) sign off 12:30 AM WGGS Ch. 16 Greenville, SC (Ind.) 7:30 Worship For Shut-Ins 8 AM Rev. Don Frazier 8:30 Rev. Stan Scott 9 AM Everlasting Gospel Hour 9:30 Gospel Workshop 10 AM Life In The Spirit 10:30 Rev. Lester Sumrall 11:30 700 Club 12:30 Art Of Living 1 PM Temple Hour 2 PM Jimmy Swaggart 2:30 Dr. Thea B. Jones 3 PM PTL Club

5 PM Ernest Angley 6 PM Lloyd Morgan Revival 6:30 700 Club 8 PM The Story 8:30 Jerry Falwell 9:30 Washington Avenue Baptist Church 10:30 Happy Hour (religion) 11 PM Kaleidoscope WTCG (WPCH) Ch. 17 Atlanta (Ind.) 5:30 Ag-U.S.A. 6 AM Between The Lines 7 AM Jimmy Swaggart 7:30 Christ For The World 8 AM Three Stooges And Friends 9 AM Lost In Space 10 AM Hazel 10:30 Movie: "Zorba The Greek" 1:30 Movie: "Buffalo Bill" (Joel McCrea, from '44) 3 PM Pro Soccer: Atlanta Chiefs vs. Rochester (NY) Lancers 5 PM Maverick (time approximate) 6 PM Wrestling 7 PM Star Trek 8 PM Movie: "The Red Pony" 10 PM Between The Wars (debut of a series on American diplomacy between World Wars I and II, narrated by Eric Sevareid) 11 PM Open Up 1 AM Movie: "Run Like A Thief" 3:05 Movie: "Strangers At Sunrise" 5:05 Dragnet WUNE Ch. 17 Linville, NC/WUNF Ch. 33 Asheville (PBS) 1:30 Another Voice 2 PM Walking Tour Of Sesame Street (essentially a 10th-anniversary show tracing its history) 2:30 Footsteps (coping with a child's handicap) 3 PM Turnabout (avoiding sex-role stereotypes for children) 3:30 Royal Heritage (the influence of George IV) 4:30 Crockett's Victory Garden 5 PM Once Upon A Classic ("Fern, The Red Deer") 6 PM North Carolina People 6:30 Book Beat (same as Ch. 2) 7 PM You The Deaf 7:30 All About TV (topic: commercials) 8 PM Rites Of Spring 9 PM Masterpiece Theatre 10 PM The Advocates sign off 11 PM WCCB Ch. 18 Charlotte (Ind.) 6 AM News 6:30 Forum 7 AM Cartoon Carnival

7:30 Cliffwood Avenue Kids 8 AM Untamed World 8:30 Southern Sportsman 9 AM Movie: "The Mark Of Zorro" (Tyrone Power, from '40) 11 AM Church Service 12 N Movie: "Ma And Pa Kettle Go To Town" 2 PM Movie: "Live A Little, Love A Little" (Elvis, from '68) 4 PM Movie: "Kelly's Heroes" (Clint Eastwood is the star, but watch for Telly Savalas, Don Rickles, and Carroll O'Connor, from '70) 7 PM Sonic Super Hour 8 PM The Lesson 8:30 Leroy Jenkins 9 PM Jimmy Swaggart 9:30 Rise And Be Healed 10 PM Jerry Falwell 11 PM Ruff House 11:30 PTL Club 1:30 Women's Golf: Coca-Cola Classic (final round from Clifton, NJ) WKPT Ch. 19 Kingsport, TN (ABC) 7 AM Rev. Leonard Repass 7:30 James Robison Presents 8 AM Evangelistic Outreach 8:30 Pentecost Today 9 AM What Does The Bible Say? 9:30 Heavenly Love 10 AM Morris Cerullo School Of Ministry 10:30 Rex Humbard 11:30 Jimmy Swaggart 12 N World Tomorrow 12:30 Virgil Q. Wacks 1 PM Town Crier 1:30 Issues And Answers 2 PM Women's Golf: Coca-Cola Classic (final round from Clifton, NJ) 4 PM Rev. Ben Haden (time approximate) 4:30 Wide World Of Sports 6 PM Auto Racing: Indy 500 "bumping day" 7 PM Osmond Family Hour 8 PM Guinness Book Of World Records 9 PM ABC Movie: "Love's Savage Fury" 11 PM ABC News 11:15 Tennessee General Assembly Report 11:30 PTL Club WTVK Ch. 26 (WVLT Ch. 8) Knoxville (ABC, moves to NBC Sept. 17) 6:30 Abundant Life 7 AM Alcoa (TN) Baptist Church 7:30 Jerry Falwell 8:30 Herald Of Truth 9 AM Singing Ivy Family 9:30 Old Camp Meeting 10 AM Rev. Woody Martin

10:30 Animals, Animals, Animals (delay from 11:30 AM) 11 AM Church Service 12 N Donna Fargo 12:30 Leroy Jenkins 1 PM James Robison Presents 1:30 Good News 2 PM Women's Golf: Coca-Cola Classic, final round from Clifton, NJ 4 PM Focus (time approximate) 4:30 Wide World Of Sports 6 PM Auto Racing: Indy 500 "bumping day" 7 PM Osmond Family Hour 8 PM Guinness Book Of World Records 9 PM ABC Movie: "Love's Savage Fury" 11 PM ABC News 11:15 700 Club WNTV Ch. 29 Greenville, SC (PBS) 8 AM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 8:30 Electric Company 9 AM Sesame Street 10 AM Zoom 10:30 Music Is 11 AM Studio See 11:30 Freestyle 12 N John Callaway Interviews 12:30 Turnabout 1 PM Consumer Survival Kit 1:30 Word On Words 2 PM The Long Search (Buddhism in Sri Lanka) 3 PM From China To Us (the 150-member Performing Arts Company of the People's Republic of China appears at the University of Minnesota) 4:30 High School News Quiz Bowl 5 PM Pro Soccer 6 PM Wall Street Week 6:30 Washington Week In Review 7 PM Crockett's Victory Garden 7:30 Dick Cavett 8 PM Rites Of Spring 9 PM Masterpiece Theatre 10 PM Previn And The Pittsburgh (the 1937 choral work "Carmina Burana" with the Penn State Choir) sign off 11 PM WNSC Ch. 30 Rock Hill, SC (PBS) 10 AM Studio See 10:30 Zoom 11 AM Museum Safari 11:30 Turnabout 12 N Nova (same as Ch. 2) 1 PM Firing Line (the safety of nuclear power plants) 2 PM Royal Heritage (George IV) 3 PM Previn And The Pittsburgh (same as Ch. 29) 4 PM Washington Week In Review

4:30 Wall Street Week 5 PM The Advocates (should there be a moratorium on powerplant construction?) 6 PM Crockett's Victory Garden 6:30 Down To Earth 7 PM Firing Line 8 PM Rites Of Spring 9 PM Masterpiece Theatre 10 PM Lively Arts (interview with Tennessee Williams) sign off 11 PM WRET (WCNC) Ch. 36 Charlotte (NBC) 6:45 Sacred Heart 7 AM Open Up 7:30 World Tomorrow 8 AM Christ For The World 8:30 Vision Outreach 9 AM R.A. West Revival 9:30 Ernest Angley 10:30 Movie: "The Flim-Flam Man" 12:30 TBA 1 PM Movie: "A Farewell To Arms" 4 PM Sportsworld 5:30 The Racers 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News 7 PM Wonderful World Of Disney 8 PM A Man Called Intrepid 10 PM Glen Campbell 11 PM News 11:30 WCT Tennis: Ilie Nastase vs. Peter Fleming 12:30 Open Up WAIM (WMYA) Ch. 40 Anderson, SC (Ind.) 9:30 The Archies 10 AM Big Blue Marble 10:30 Cartoons 11 AM Movie: TBA 1 PM Young Samson 1:30 Underdog 2 PM Speed Racer 2:30 Abbott And Costello 3 PM Upstairs, Downstairs 4 PM Movie: TBA 6 PM Movie: TBA 8 PM Movie: TBA WSVN (WSBN) Ch. 47 Norton, VA (PBS) 1 PM Washington Week In Review 1:30 Wall Street Week 2 PM Great Performances 3 PM George Segal (see Ch. 2) 4 PM Over Easy

5 PM Firing Line (see Ch. 2) 6 PM Another Voice 6:30 Originals: Writers In America (New York Times Paris correspondent Janet Flanner) 7 PM Crockett's Victory Garden 7:30 Jazz Of Marian McPartland 8 PM Rites Of Spring 9 PM Masterpiece Theatre 10 PM The Advocates (should states assume financial responsibility for the public schools?) sign off 11 PM WCPT Ch. 55 Crossville, TN (Ind.) 8:30 Children's Gospel Hour 9 AM Rev. Woody Martin 9:30 You'll Love It (religion) 10 AM Tony And Susan Alamo 10:30 Leroy Jenkins 11 AM Blue Ridge Quartet 11:30 Rev. Leonard Repass 12 N Rex Humbard 1 PM Jamboree 4 PM Wrestling 5 PM Burning Bush 5:30 My Hero (as I pointed out on the Saturday thread, no one would have guessed when this show debuted in 1952 that Bob Cummings would go on to become a sitcom superstar-but "The Bob Cummings Show/Love That Bob!" did just that from 1955 to the end of daytime reruns in 1961) 6 PM Invisible Man (there was always a question as to who played the title in this 1958 British-made series; Castleman and Podrazik say it was somebody named Jim Turner) 6:30 American Angler 7 PM PTL Club 9 PM Jimmy Swaggart 9:30 Day Of Discovery 10 PM Jerry Falwell 11 PM James Robison Presents 11:30 700 Club WCYB Ch. 5 Bristol, VA (NBC) 11:30 Emergency! (NBC is showing this flashback episode.) This must be "Greatest Rescues On 'Emergency!'", a TV movie that was designed to be the series's final episode, where Gage and Desoto reminisce of their memorable rescues as they both are promoted to Captain. Also, I take it that this showing was part of "The NBC Late Movie", which was NBC's Sunday latenight entry in the late-1970s and early-1980s, featuring repeats of films and TV movies. Right on both counts. I stressed that NBC was showing this in order to avoid confusion with the syndicated reruns, known as "Emergency One!".

This must be "Greatest Rescues On 'Emergency!'", a TV movie that was designed to be the series's final episode, where Gage and Desoto reminisce of their memorable rescues as they both are promoted to Captain. Also, I take it that this showing was part of "The NBC Late Movie", which was NBC's Sunday latenight entry in the late-1970s and early-1980s, featuring repeats of films and TV movies. And AFAIK, except for a 1982 TV-movie that aired toward the end of his life, this was the last Jack Webb/Mark VII Limited-packaged show to air. The Emergency! finale marked the end of a 12-year streak of hits that began with the Dragnet revival in early 1967. I imagine at about this time Webb's health was starting to go downhill and he probably lost a lot of his old touch and fire. With all the shoot-'em-up cop shows going at the time (something he absolutely would not countenance in any of his shows, not even on Adam-12) and the action-adventure scene being explored by everybody and his brother by that point, he really didn't have anywhere to go. Webb's Hollywood was a drastically different place by 1979 than during his heyday as Joe Friday 25 years before. Not even the most hardshell cultural conservative was interested in listening to his lead characters giving sermons or watching the same Manichean (read: good guy-bad guy) stereotypes rehashed over and over. Which is unfortunate, because, if anything, the American cultural mood was moving rightward at the time and would have provided a fresh opportunity to promote the men in uniform, with violence and drug arrests going through the roof. Nobody really picked up Webb's peculiar mantle in later years, certainly not the likes of Steven Bochco or Michael Mann, to name two famed 1980s packagers. RETRO: CHARLOTTE - 7/17/1995 Monday, July 17, 1995 WBTV CBS3 05:30AM News 07:00AM This Morning 09:00AM Donahue 10:00AM Maury 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 Matlock 05:00PM News 05:30PM News 06:00PM News 06:30PM CBS News 07:00PM EXTRA 07:30PM A Current Affair 08:00PM The Nanny 08:30PM Dave's World 09:00PM Murphy Brown 09:30PM Cybill 10:00PM Chicago Hope 11:00PM News 11:35PM Late Show with David Letterman 12:35AM Cheers 01:05AM Geraldo 02:05AM Late Late Show with Tom Snyder

03:05AM Up to the Minute 04:05AM All News Night WSOC ABC9 05:30AM News This Morning 06:00AM News 07:00AM Good Morning America 09:00AM Regis & Kathie Lee 10:00AM Sally Jessy Raphael 11:00AM Mike & Maty 12:00PM News 12:30PM Loving 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 Inside Edition 07:30PM Entertainment Tonight 08:00PM Baseball Night in America 11:00PM News 11:35PM Nightline 12:05AM American Journal 12:35AM In the Heat of the Night 01:35AM Real Stories of the Highway Patrol 02:05AM Montel Williams 03:05AM CNN Headline News 03:35AM ABC World News Now WCCB FOX18 05:00AM M*A*S*H 05:30AM M*A*S*H 06:00AM Biker Mice from Mars 06:30AM Transformers: Generation 2 07:00AM Garfield and Friends 07:30AM Bobby's World 08:00AM Mighty Max 08:30AM Fox Cubhouse 09:00AM Jenny Jones 10:00AM Charles Perez 11:00AM Marilu 12:00PM Jenny Jones 01:00PM Conqueror (incomplete title) 01:30PM 700 Club 02:30PM Captain Planet and the Planeteers 03:00PM Tiny Toon Adventures 03:30PM Taz-Mania 04:00PM Animaniacs 04:30PM Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers 05:00PM Ricki Lake 06:00PM A Different World 06:30PM Coach 07:00PM The Simpsons

07:30PM Coach 08:00PM Encounters: The Hidden Truth 09:00PM The Great Defender 10:00PM News 10:30PM Rescue 911 11:00PM Ricki Lake 12:00AM Northern Exposure 01:00AM Top Cops 01:30AM Jones & Jury 02:00AM Home Shopping Spree WCNC NBC36 05:00AM Susan Powter 05:30AM This Morning's Business 06:00AM News 06:30AM Rush Limbaugh 07:00AM Today 09:00AM The Other Side 10:00AM Gordon Elliott 11:00AM Jerry Springer 12:00PM News 01:00PM Days of Our Lives 02:00PM Another World 03:00PM Rolonda 04:00PM Hard Copy 04:30PM Juvenile Justice 05:00PM News 05:30PM News 06:00PM News 06:30PM NBC News 07:00PM Jeopardy! 07:30PM Wheel of Fortune 08:00PM Fresh Prince of Bel-Air 08:30PM In the House 09:00PM MOVIE: A Matter of Justice, Part II 11:00PM News 11:35PM The Tonight Show with Jay Leno 12:35AM Late Night with Conan O'Brien 01:35AM Dennis Prager 02:05AM Later with Greg Kinnear 02:35AM NBC News Nightside WJZY UPN46 06:00AM TaleSpin 06:30AM Conan the Adventurer 07:00AM Sonic the Hedgehog 07:30AM VR Troopers 08:00AM The Pink Panther 08:30AM Exosquad 09:00AM Carolinas (incomplete title) 09:30AM Kenneth Copeland 10:00AM James Robison 10:30AM Dear John 11:00AM Night Court 11:30AM Who's the Boss? 12:00PM Doogie Howser, M.D.

12:30PM Paid Programming 01:00PM Love Connection 01:30PM Paid Programming 02:00PM Tom & Jerry 02:30PM Bots Master 03:00PM Darkwing Duck 03:30PM Goof Troop 04:00PM The Shnookums and Meat Funny Cartoon Show 04:30PM Aladdin 05:00PM Family Matters 05:30PM Full House 06:00PM Family Matters 06:30PM Fresh Prince of Bel-Air 07:00PM Roseanne 07:30PM Married...with Children 08:00PM Star Trek: Voyager 09:00PM Pig Sty 09:30PM Platypus Man 10:00PM Star Trek: The Next Generation 11:00PM Cops 11:30PM Night Court 12:00AM The Twilight Zone 12:30AM The Twilight Zone 01:00AM MOVIE: Loving You 03:00AM MOVIE: The Big Trees WFVT WB55 05:00AM Music Videos 06:00AM America's Funniest Home Videos 06:30AM Ronin Warriors 07:00AM Superhuman Samurai Syber-Squad 07:30AM Scooby-Doo 08:00AM The Jetsons 08:30AM Tom & Jerry 09:00AM Paid Programming 09:30AM Benny Hinn 10:00AM Combat 11:00AM Shirley 12:00PM Focus 55 12:30PM Sanford and Son 01:00PM Paid Programming 01:30PM Family Feud 02:00PM Paid Programming 02:30PM I Love Lucy 03:00PM Beverly Hillbillies 03:30PM I Dream of Jeannie 04:00PM The Brady Bunch 04:30PM Gomer Pyle, U.S.M.C. 05:00PM Little House on the Prairie 06:00PM Beverly Hills, 90210 07:00PM Star Trek 08:00PM MOVIE: The Deadliest Season 10:00PM Gunsmoke 11:00PM Hunter 12:00AM Perry Mason 01:00AM Shirley

02:00AM Music Videos 03:00AM Music Videos 04:00AM Music Videos Retro: Lancaster PA July 26/27 1952 Source - TV Digest There is only one channel - WGAL on channel 4. It took shows from all 4 networks but was a primary NBC affiliate (and is one to this day). I post this to show how things were time shifted with a station that had multiple affiliations. Saturday July 26 8:30a - Musical Moments 8:45a - Covered Wagon Theater 9:45a - Story Book Land 10:00a - Children's Hour (Films) only a half hour! 10:30a - Knot-Hole Gang 11:00a - Space Patrol 11:30a - To Be Announced 12:00p - Big Top 1:00p - Filmette (short subject) 1:05p - World News 1:15p - Brant on Baseball 1:25p - Baseball - Phils vs. Chicago Cubs 3:55p - News and Sports Roundup 4:00p - Horse Racing from Jamaica 4:30p - Film Playhouse 6:00p - Stu Erwin Show 6:30p - Dave Brandt Sports Desk 6:40p - The Week in Review 6:55p - Sunday News - Frank Whalen 7:00p - Television Time 7:30p - Bob and Ray Show 8:00p - Summer All-Star Revue 9:00p - Dance Band Party - Jerry Lester 9:30p - The Hunter 10:00p - Dance Band Party - Jerry Lester 10:30p - Assignment Manhunt 11:00p - Sportsman's Club 11:15p - Saturday Showcase 12:15a - News and Sports - Leo Kelly 12:20a - Program Resume 12:25a - Nightcap Tune (Top hit) Sunday July 27 1:45p - Sunday Serenade 1:55p - News - Frank Whalen 2:00p - Burns and Allen 2:30p - Beat The Clock 3:00p - To Be Announced 5:00p - Zoo Parade - Marlin Perkins 5:30p - TV Recital Hall (classical music) 6:00p - Sanctuary Time (Jewish service) 6:30p - My Little Margie

7:00p - Super Ghost (parlor game) 7:30p - Meet The Press 8:00p - The Big Payoff 9:00p - TV Playhouse 10:00p - Summer Theater 10:30p - Amateur Revue 11:00p - Toast of the Town (Ed Sullivan) 12:00a - News and Sports - Dave Birney 12:15a - Nightcap Tunes (top melody) Retro: West Virginia Wed, Apr 23, 1990 from TV Guide-West Virginia edition 3 WSAZ-NBC Huntington 4 WOAY-ABC Oak Hill 4c WCMH-NBC Columbus 5 WDTV-CBS/ABC Weston 6 WVVA-NBC Bluefield 6c WSYX-ABC Columbus 8 WCHS-ABC Charleston 9 WSWP-PBS Beckley 10c WBNS-CBS Columbus 11 WVAH-Fox Charleston 12 WBOY-NBC/ABC Clarksburg 13 WOWK-CBS Huntington 15 WTAP-NBC Parkersburg 19c WXIX-Fox Cincinnati 20 WOUB-PBS Athens 33 WPBY-PBS Huntington (also on 57 Parkersburg/Marietta) 42 WPBO-PBS Portsmouth 57 WYMT-CBS Hazard KET Kentucky Educational Network (PBS): WKPI 22-Pikeville, WKAS 25-Ashland, WKAH 35Hazard, WKMR 38-Morehead Morning 5:00 3 Home Shopping Club 4c CHiPs cont'd 6 Morning Agricultural Report 10c CBS News Nightwatch 11 Movie "The Cremators" cont'd 19c Win, Lose or Draw 5:30 4-6c This Morning's Business 4c First Business 19c Newsworthy 6:00 3-4c-6-12 NBC News at Sunrise 4-6c-8 ABC World News This Morning/Local News 5-10c-57 CBS Morning News 11 Bullwinkle 19c Bugs Bunny & Friends

6:10 13 Action Newsmaker 6:25 13 This Morning's Business 6:30 3-4c-10c News 5 Inside Edition 11 COPs 15 NBC News at Sunrise/Local News 19c Gumby 6:45 9-33-42 AM Weather 6:55 13 News 7:00 3-4c-6-12-15 Today (guest Robin Williams) 4-6c-8 Good Morning America (guest John Lithgow) 5-10c-13-57 This Morning (guests Morgan Fairchild and Alex Rocco) 9-42 Sesame Street 11 Super Mario Bros. Super Show! 19 COPS 33 Homestretch 7:15 KET AM Weather 7:30 11 Woody Woodpecker 19c Real Ghostbusters 33 Secret City KET Captain Kangaroo 8:00 9 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 11 Jim Henson's Muppet Babies 19c Woody Woodpecker 33-KET Sesame Street 42 Instructional Programs 8:30 9 Instructional Programs 11 Maxie's World 19c Alvin & the Chipmunks 8:55 20 Jack Horkheimer: Star Hustler 9:00 3 Talkabout 4-8 Regis & Kathie Lee (guests Mary Hart and Brian Robbins)

4c-5-13 Phil Donahue 6-15 Sally Jessy Raphael (Make-a-Wish Foundation) 6c Inside Report (I suspect there was a typo and Inside Edition was here) 10c Family Feud 11 Brady Bunch 12 Home (day-behind; cosmetic surgery: its risks and benefits) 19c Silver Spoons 20 Sesame Street 33 Calculus 57 I Love Lucy (bw) KET Instructional Programs 9:30 3 Concentration 6c Judge 10c Private Benjamin 11 Happy Days 19c Brady Bunch 57 Gleason's Greatest Hits (bw) 10:00 3 Marsha Warfield 4 Phil Donahue 4c-8 Sally Jessy Raphael 5-13-57 Family Feud 6-12-15 227 6c Regis & Kathie Lee 10c House Party 11 700 Club 19c Three's Company 20 Reading Rainbow 33 Instructional Programs 10:30 3 227 (day-behind) 5-13-57 Wheel of Fortune 6-12-15 Concentration 19c One Day at a Time 20 Secret City 11:00 3-4c-6-12-15 Golden Girls 4-8 Home (reports on the new house and a Chicago restaurant show) 5-10c-13-57 Price is Right 6c Joan Rivers 11 Success N Life 19c Bonanza 20 Frugal Gourmet 11:30 3 News 4c-6-12-15 Marsha Warfield 20 Ciao Italia! 42 Sesame Street Afternoon

noon 4-4c-5-6c-8-10c-13-15-57 News 6 Everyday (co-host Toukie A. Smith/guest Joshua Rifkind) 11 Andy Griffith 12 Perfect Strangers 19c Rockford Files 20 Movie "Pot o' Gold" (bw) 12:30 3-4c-6-12-15 Generations 4-6c-8 Loving 5-10c-13-57 Young & the Restless 11 Dick Van Dyke (bw) 42 Instructional Programs 12:45 33 3-2-1 Contact 1:00 3-4c-6-12-15 Days of Our Lives 4-6c-8 All My Children 11 Love Connection 19c Quincy 1:15 33 Instructional Programs 1:30 5-10c-13-57 Bold & the Beautiful 11 I Dream of Jeannie 20 Lap Quilting with Georgia Bonesteele 2:00 3-4c-6-12-15 Another World 4-6c-8 One Life to Live 5-10c-13-57 As the World Turns 11 Bewitched 19c Barney Miller 20 Strip Quilting with Kaye Wood 2:30 11 Scooby-Doo 19c Maxie's World 20 Welcome to My Studio 3:00 3-4c-6-12-15 Santa Barbara 4-6c-8 General Hospital 5-10c-13-57 Guiding Light 9 GED 11 Dennis the Menace (animated) 19c Jim Henson's Muppet Babies 20 Joy of Painting 33 Earth Explored 42 Captain Kangaroo KET Learn to Read

3:30 9 3-2-1 Contact 11 Alvin & the Chipmunks 19c DuckTales 20 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 33 Inspiration of Painting 42 Sesame Street KET Reading Rainbow 4:00 3-15-57 Oprah Winfdrey 4 Andy Griffith 4c Growing Pains 5-11 DuckTales 6-12-13 Highway to Heaven 6c Geraldo (marriage counselors) 8 Facts of Life 9 Reading Rainbow 10c People's Court 19c Chip 'n Dale's Rescue Rangers 20 Sesame Street 33 Body Electric KET 3-2-1 Contact 4:30 4 Mama's Family 4c Who's the Boss? 5-11 Chip 'n Dale's Rescue Rangers 9-33-42-KET Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 10c Family Feud 19c Webster 5:00 3-4c Cosby Show 4-12 Who's the Boss? 5 Family Feud 6-13 People's Court 6c Oprah Winfrey 8 Growing Pains 9-33-KET Sesame Street 10c Night Court 11-19c Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 15 Phil Donahue 20 3-2-1 Contact 42 Reading Rainbow 57 M*A*S*H 5:30 3 Cheers 4 Night Court 4c-5-10c-57 News 6 A Current Affair 8 Who's the Boss? 11 Mr. Belvedere 12 Mama's Family

13 Inside Edition 19c Charles in Charge 20 Reading Rainbow 42 3-2-1 Contact Evening 6:00 3-4-5-6-6c-8-12-13-15-57 News 9-20 Degrassi High 11 Andy Griffith 19c Kate & Allie 33 Reading Rainbow 42 MacNeil-Lehrer NewsHour KET Woodcarving with Rick Butz 6:30 3-4c-6-12-15 NBC Nightly News 4-6c-8 ABC World News Tonight 5-10c-13-57 CBS Evening News 9 This Old House 11 Three's Company 19c Growing Pains 20 Body Electric 33 3-2-1 Contact KET Nightly Business Report 7:00 3 PM Magazine 4-5-10c-13-15 Wheel of Fortune 4c News 6 Entertainment Tonight 6c-8 A Current Affair 9-20-33-KET MacNeil-Lehrer NewsHour 11 Night Court 12-19c Who's the Boss? 42 Nightly Business Report 57 Cosby Show 7:30 3 Family Feud 4-5-10c-13-15 Jeopardy! 4c Hard Copy 6-12 Cosby Show 6c Entertainment Tonight 8 Mama's Family 11 M*A*S*H 19c Night Court 42 Wild America 57 Andy Griffith 8:00 3-4c-6-12-15 Unsolved Mysteries (updates of December stories) 4-6c-8 Growing Painbs 5-10c-13-57 CBS Comedy Bloopers 9-20-33-KET AIDS Quarterly (hosted by Peter Jennings) 11 Movie "Superman IV: The Quest for Peace"

19c Movie "Brubaker" 8:30 4-6c-8 Head of the Class 5-10c-13-57 Sydney 9:00 3-4c-6-12-15 Cheers (Bill Medley guest stars in a 2-parter concluding in 24 hrs) 4-6c-8 Barbara Walters (rerun of 1989 special with guests Kathleen Turner, Billy Crystal, and Robin Williams) 5-10c-13-57 Movie "How to Murder a Millionaire" 9-33-42 American Playhouse Movie Special "Bloodhounds of Broadway" 20 Sex, Talk & Teens KET Frontline "Inside the Cartel" (a visit to Colombia and "life on the other side of the war on drugs") 9:30 3-4c-6-12-15 Night Court (1 hr) 10:00 4-6c-8 Twin Peaks (season finale) 11 Twilight Zone "The Wall" 20 News KET Moyers' Gathering of Men (Bill and poet Robert Bly discuss male confusion about their role in society and their inner lives) 10:30 3-4c-6-12-15 Dear John 9-33 Trying Times "Moving Day" 11 Benny Hill 19c Barney Miller 20 Struggle for Democracy "The Price of Democracy" 42 Trey Ellis (profiling the author) 11:00 3-4-4c-5-6-6c-8-10c-12-13-15-57 News 9 Sneak Previews Goes Video 11 Arsenio Hall (guest Lisa Stansfield) 19 M*A*S*H 33 Jack Horkheimer: Star Hustler 42 Sherlock Holmes (be) 11:30 3-4c-6-12-15 Tonight Show (guests Lyle Lovett, Jeff Daniels, and "electric clothes" inventor Maurice Seddon) 4-8 ABC News Nightline 5 M*A*S*H 6c Cheers 9 An Evening with... 10c Night Court 13 Wiseguy 19c Twilight Zone 20 American Art Forum 42 MacNeil-Lehrer NewsHour KET News

11:35 57 Honeymooners (bw) Late Night midnight 4 Star Trek 5 Wiseguy 6c ABC News Nightline 8 Entertainment Tonight 9-20 Jack Horkheimer: Star Hustler 10c Magnum, PI 11 After Hours 19c Simon & Simon KET Sneak Previews Goes Video 12:05 57 Gunsmoke (bw) 12:30 3-4c-6-12-15 Late Night with David Letterman 6c-11 Love Connection 8 Hard Copy 42 Nightly Business Report 12:40 13 News 1:00 6c After Hours 8 Geraldo 10c Movie "The Kingfisher" 11 Lords of Hollywood 1:30 3-4c-6-12-15 Later with Bob Costas (guest Stephen J. Cannell) 6c News 2:00 3 Home Shopping Club 4c Infomercial 11 Movie "The Rover" 2:30 4c 79 Park Avenue 3:00 10c Everyday (co-host Shadoe Stevens/guests David Birney and Mary Chapin Carpenter) 3:30 10c CBS News Nightwatch 4:00 11 Movie "Texas Across the River" 19c Bonanza 4:30

4c Movie "Riders of Destiny" (bw) Retro - Boston 6/6/1955 Source: TV Guide 2 WGBH Boston (Educational) 4 WBZ Boston (NBC) 6 WCSH Portland, ME (NBC) 7 WNAC Boston (ABC/CBS/DuMont) 8c WNCH New Haven, CT (ABC/CBS/DuMont/NBC) 8m WMTW Poland Springs, ME (ABC/CBS/DuMont) 9 WMUR Manchester, NH (ABC/DuMont) 10 WJAR Providence (ABC/DuMont/NBC) 12 WPRO Providence (CBS) 13 WGAN Portland, ME (ABC/CBS) 18 WGTH Hartford, CT (ABC/DuMont) 30 WKNB Hartford, CT (ABC/CBS) 55 WHYN Springfield, MA (CBS/DuMont) 61 WWLP Springfield, MA (ABC/NBC) 6:45a 4 - News (Jack Chase) 6:50a 10 N.E Farm Report 7a 4-6-8c-10-61 Today 7-30 Morning Show (Jack Paar) 9a 4 Swan Boat 6 Movie (TBA) 7 Star Time Handful of Magic 8c Yankee Peddlers 10 Breakfast at the Sheraton 12 Cartoon Playhouse 30 The World Around Us 61 Movie (TBA) 9:30a 7 Mr. & Mrs. North 12 Robert Q. Lewis 9:45a 7 Road of Life (serial) 10a 4-6-8c-10-61 Ding Dong 7-12-30 Garry Moore 10:15a 30 Film Shorts

10:30a 4-8c-10 Way of the World 6 Your Kitchen 7-12 Arthur Godfrey 30 Movie Waterloo Road 61 Film Shorts 10:45a 4-8c-10-61 Sheilah Graham (Charleton Heston is guest of the week) 11a 4-6-10-61 Home (color remote from West Point) 8 Window Shopper 11:15a 13 Arthur Godfrey 11:30a 7-8c-12-13 Strike It Rich (Gloria de Haven is the Helping Hand) 12 noon 4-13 News & Weather 6 Down East 7-12-30 Valiant Lady 8c-10-61 Tennessee Ernie Ford 12:15p 4 Big Brother Bob Emery 7-8c-812-13 Love of Life 10 Circus Time 30 The Fun Show 12:30p 6-61 Feather Your Nest (prize is a kitchen) 7-8c-12-13 Search for Tomorrow 10 Lets Go Shopping 30 Magic Carpet 12:45p 7-12-13 Guiding Light 8c Electric Show 10 Catholic Chapel 55 Movie (TBA) 1p 4 Movie Over The Moon 6 Your Home and You 7 Dear Homemaker 10 Movie Nightbeat 12 For the Ladies 13 The Inner Flame (serial) 30 Little Playhouse 61 Movie A Matter of Time 1:15p

9 Movie (TBA) 12-13 Road of Life (serial) 1:30p 6 Movie (TBA) 7-8c-12-13 Welcome Travelers 30 TV Kitchen 2p 7-8c-13-55 Robert Q. Lewis 12 Playhouse Al Haddons Lamp 30 News & Weather 61 Marilou Weston 2:15p 4- Child Behavior (Educational) 30 Jigsaw Quiz 2:30p 6 TV Classified 7-12-13-55 Art Linkletter 8c Guiding Light 8m Whats New, Girls? 9 Jigsaw Quiz 13 Points and Pointers 55 Matinee Bill Martin 2:45p 4 Into Focus (Interviews) 8c News Joe Burns 30 Homemaking Adventures 3p 4-6-10 Ted Mack 7-8c-12-13 Big Payoff 8m Cooking Can Be Fun 55 Movie (TBA) 61 Movie Strange Impersonation 3:15p 30 At Your Service 3:30p 4 First Love (Serial) 6-8c-10 Greatest Gift 7-12-13-30 Bob Crosby 8m News 9 Film Short 3:35p 8c Movie Secrets of Wu Sin 3:45p 4-6-8c-10 Miss Marlowe 13 Your Own Home

4p 4 At Four on 4 (Drama) 6 Homemaking 7-12-13 Brighter Day 8c-10 Hawkins Falls 9 Farm & Home Digest 30 Club 30 4:15p 7-8m-8c-12-13 Secret Storm 10 First Love (serial) 4:30p 4-6-10-61 Mr. Sweeney 7-12-13 On Your Account 8c Meet The Stars 8m Rhythm Ranch 9 Cartoon Time 30 Wolf Dog 55 Freds Corner 4:45p 4-6-10-61 Modern Romances 8m Lost Jungle 30 Peteys Adventures 55 Out West with Bill 4:55p 18 News 5p 4-6 Pinky Lee 7 Matinee Time Indirect Approach 8c Outdoor Adventure Club 8m Vanishing Legion 9 Donn Tibbetts 10 Looney Tunes 12 Cartoon Carnival 13 Western Playhouse 18-30 Movie (Listed as Western) 61 Uncle Eds Fun Club 5:15p 8m Mystery Mountain 13 Movie Western 5:30p 2 Come and See 4-6-8c-10-61 Howdy Doody 7 Flash Gordon 8m Mountain Playhouse 12 Film Short 5:45p 9 Guest House 55 The Rascals (Little Rascals?)

6p 2 Images 4-12 The Rascals 6 Superman 7 Gene Autry 8c Stage 8 Film Drama 8m-18-30 News & Weather 10 Superman (listed separately from ch. 6) 13 Little Theater 61- Hopalong Cassidy 6:15p 8m Movie The Great Mr. Handel 13 News, Weather, Sports 18 Movie Fishermans Wharf 30 Movie Happy-Go-Lucky 55 Movie Bush Pilot 6:30p 2-4-6-61 News 7 Big Town 8c Sports, Weather 10 Secret File 12 Playhouse The Unheard Song 6:40p 9 Sports and News 6:45p 4 Annie Oakley 8c News 12 News and Weather 13 Movie Museum 7p 6 Youth Cavalcade 7 I Lived Three Lives 8c Mr. District Attorney 9 Kukla, Fran and Ollie 10 Your News Reporter 12 Film Short 13 Penny to a Million (Quiz Show) 18 Movie (TBA) 61 Weather (J. Qull) 7:05p 61 Little Show 7:15p 2 Shakespeare on TV 4 News (Arch McDonald) 8m-9-18 News (John Daly) 10 TV Sports Page 12 Golf (John Mahoney) 61 Highlights

7:25p 30 Weather (Cavell Jobert) 7:30p 4-6 Tony Martin 7-12-13-30-55 News 8c Mayor Richard C. Lee 8m-18 Names The Same 9 Kit Carson 10 Madison Sq. Garden 61 Film Short 7:45p 4-6-8c-10-61 News (John Cameron Swayze) 7-12-13-30-55 Perry Como 8p 2 Roads to Bach 4-6-8c-10 Sid Caeser 7-12-13-55 Burns and Allen 8m Cavalcade of America 9 Corliss Archer 18 TV Readers Digest 30 Liberace 8:30p 7-12-13-30-55 Talent Scouts (Arthur Godfrey) 8m-9-18-61 Concert (Mildred Miller, mezzo-soprano) 9p 4-6-10-61 Medic 7-8c-8m-12-13 I Love Lucy 9-18 Pee Wee King 30 China Smith 55 TV Theater 9:30p 4-6-10-61 Robert Montgomery Presents 7-8c-12-13-55 December Bride 8m Star and the Story 30 Stage S 10p 7-8c-12-13-55 Studio One 8m Pee Wee King 30 Movie Castle in the Desert 10:30p 4-61 Foreign Intrigue 6 Its a Great Life 9 My Hero 10 Mr. District Attorney 18 The Ruggles 10:45p

8m To Be Announced 11p 4-6-7-8m-9-10 News 13-18-30-55-61 News 8c Doug Fairbanks 12 Man Behind the Badge 11:05p 7 Damon Runyon Theater 9 Movie (TBA) 30 Movie Portia on Trial 61 Sports Review 11:10p 4- People Are Funny 18 Heart of the City 11:15p 6 Roller Derby 8c Sports Final 10 Playhouse 13 Wrestling Matches 61 Movie Museum 11:30p 8c Mystery Theater 12 News 61 Tonight (Steve Allen) 11:35p 7-Stars in the Night Murder by Messanger 11:40p 4 Tonight (Steve Allen guests are Gene Rayburn and Eydie Gorme) 11:45p 6 The Passerby 12a 8c Movie (TBA) 12:05a 7 Stars in the Night Dinner Party 1a 4-8 - News I didn't realize I had a typo - channel 6 is WNHC 2 WGBH Boston (Educational) 4 WBZ Boston (NBC) 6 WCSH Portland, ME (NBC) 7 WNAC Boston (ABC/CBS/DuMont) 8c WNHC New Haven, CT (ABC/CBS/DuMont/NBC) 8m WMTW Poland Springs, ME (ABC/CBS/DuMont)

9 WMUR Manchester, NH (ABC/DuMont) 10 WJAR Providence (ABC/DuMont/NBC) 12 WPRO Providence (CBS) 13 WGAN Portland, ME (ABC/CBS) 18 WGTH Hartford, CT (ABC/DuMont) 30 WKNB Hartford, CT (ABC/CBS) 55 WHYN Springfield, MA (CBS/DuMont) 61 WWLP Springfield, MA (ABC/NBC) Do you have the Boston TV schedule sometime during the first three weeks of October in 1954? That would be interesting, as MA was still on EDT, but NYC (and most other areas) had already gone back to EST at the end of September. I'll have to check but I don't think so. I wasn't aware of the time switch issue (it was long before I was born) - sounds like it could make for a lot of time delay TV. Probably not in 1954, as it was before video tape. Unless they ran everything a week late via film prints and kinnies. I'm guessing the 7:30/8:00 to 11 PM prime time aired from 8:30/9:00 to 12 midnight. If you had put up the following day's listings they would have included the debut of "The $64,000 Question," which was number one by the end of the summer and stayed there through the entire 1955-56 season. On the first show a Staten Island cop, Redmond O'Hanlon, won $8000 in the category of Shakespeare; he came back the following week, answered the $16,000 question, then decided to stop. He was never implicated in any rigging; indeed, it was never actually proven that the show was rigged in the sense that "Twenty-One" was (giving contestants the answers and directions on how to give those answers); "Question"'s producers asked prospective contestants 150-200 questions in their category, so they knew what the contestants knew and what they didn't. If they wanted to keep a contestant on, they asked questions they figured the contestant could answer; if not, they threw him or her a curve. They tried that approach to get Dr. Joyce Brothers off (her category was boxing) but she knew her stuff (with some help from Nat Fleischer, publisher of Ring magazine) and won $64,000 in December 1955. She then went on to win another $70,000 against a succession of fighters on "The $64,000 Challenge." Perhaps it was just changing times but the 1976-78 revival of the show, "The $128,000 Question," proved to be a colossal bore to most viewers. (BTW, Alex Trebek hosted the second season of that show but neither he nor his predecessor, Mike Darow, made old fans of the show forget Hal March.) On a different tack: I noticed Ted Mack listed in the daytime. That show was "Ted Mack's Matinee," and it was similar to Arthur Godfrey's morning show on CBS (could it be that since both emceed talent shows somebody figured Ted could be another Godfrey?). A couple of years later ABC, remembering that he had once been a bandleader, tried Ted with a show similar to Lawrence Welk's (Welk was also hosting a talent show, "Top Tunes And New Talent"), and it might have gotten on the air except that the pilot aired the same night Elvis made his third and final appearance on "The Ed Sullivan Show" at a time when Ed and Ted went head-tohead (sorry for the corny rhyme).

You are correct - and here's the description of the show: "Comedian Hal March emcees the quiz to end all quizes. Dr. Bergen Evans, late of Down You Go, heads the board that selects questions and judges answers. All of the questions are from the category first chosen by the contestant." Retro: Philadelphia Tues, May 22, 1962 50 years ago today, from TV Guide-Philadelphia edition Channel numbers listed after Philly listings indicate programs relayed by: 15 WLYH Lebanon 21 WHP Harrisburg 27 WTPA Harrisburg 43 WSBA York WRCV 3-NBC Philadelphia 5:50 Farm & Market News 5:55 News 6:00 Continental Classroom "Probability and Statistics", followed by "American Government" at 6:30 (both c) 7:00 Today 9:00 Lee Dexter 9:20 What's Doing? (Bob Bradley) 9:25 News (Bob again) 9:30 Exercise (Gloria/c) 10:00 Say When 10:30 Play Your Hunch (c) 11:00 Price is Right (c) 11:30 Concentration noon Your First Impression (c) 12:30 Truth or Consequences 12:55 NBC News 1:00 Award Theater "The Long, Long Laugh" (c) 2:00 Jan Murray (c) 2:25 NBC News 2:30 Loretta Young "Innocent Conspiracy" 3:00 Young Dr. Malone 3:30 Our Five Daughters 4:00 Make Room for Daddy "Rusty, the Weightlifter" 4:30 Here's Hollywood (Jack Linkletter interviews Dr. Frank Baxter, who speaks on TV's importance in education; Laramie's Spring Byington speaks with Helen O'Connell) 4:55 NBC News 5:00 Kukla (Fran) & Ollie "The Bird" 5:05 Five O'Clock Show "SOS Coast Guard" 6:20 FBI Most Wanted 6:25 Sports (Jim Leaming/c) 6:30 News (Vince Leonard/c) 6:40 Weather (Kinnan/c) 6:45 NBC News 7:00 Concept "Folk Music of the Pennsylvania Dutch" (produced by Franklin & Marshall College) 7:30 Laramie "The High Country" (c) 8:30 Alfred Hitchcock "Opportunity" 9:00 Dick Powell "Somebody's Waiting" (21) 10:00 Emmy Awards (the 14th annual is a 3-host, 3-city affair with Johnny Carson in New York, Bob Newhart in Hollywood, and David Brinkley in DC; this pre-empts Cain's Hundred)

11:30 News (Vince Leonard/c) 11:40 Weather (Kinnan/c) 11:45 Tonight Show (c/Jan Murray fills in for Johnny, who's otherwise occupied) 1:00 Danger is My Business "Matterhorn Mountaineer" (c/John Graham climbs up the 14,780' Alp sans rope) 1:30 Progress '62 (deals with education in NJ) 2:00 News WFIL 6-ABC Philadelphia 6:15 RFD 6 6:30 Operation Alphabet 7:00 News (Neil Harvey) 7:05 Breakfast Time (c) 7:45 Rocky & His Friends (Bullwinkle) 8:00 Happy the Clown 8:55 News (Neil Harvey) 9:00 Trim 'n Slim 9:15 Morgan in the Morning "Garden Day" 9:45 Concepts in Science 10:00 Tennessee Ernie Ford 10:30 Yours for a Song 11:00 Studio Schoolhouse 11:15 University of the Air noon Camouflage (15-27-43) 12:30 Window Shopping (15-27-43) 1:00 Day in Court (15-27-43) 1:25 ABC News (15-27-43) 1:30 Who Do You Trust? (15) 2:00 Jane Wyman "Sometimes You Break Even" (15-27-43) 2:30 Seven Keys (15-27-43) 3:00 Queen for a Day (live from the World Fair in Seattle, also on 15-27-43) 3:30 American Bandstand (15) 4:50 American Newsstand (15-27-43) 5:00 Quick Draw McGraw 5:30 Popeye Theater (c) 6:25 Clutch Cargo (c) 6:30 Third Man "The Girl Who Didn't Know" 7:00 News (Gunnar Beck/c) 7:10 Weather (Davis/c) 7:15 ABC News 7:30 Bugs Bunny "This is a Life?" (Elmer takes a lead role as he presents a review of that wascally wabbit's life; also on 27-43) 8:00 Bachelor Father "Marry Thy Neighbor" (15-27-43) 8:30 Speedway Through the Years (Tom Carnegie narrates this film which looks back at the Indy 500) 9:00 Baseball: Phillies-St. Louis (Byrum Saam and Frank Sims report; simulcast on 15, ch 8 was also part of the Phillies network but only aired weekend games) mid. News (Gunnar Beck/c) 12:10 Weather (Davis/c) 12:15 Sports (Mal Alberts/c) 12:20 World's Best Movies "White Heat" WGAL 8-CBS/NBC Lancaster 6:00 Continental Classroom (c/same classes as ch 3) 7:00 Today 9:00 You Asked for It

9:30 Cartoons 9:40 Kukla (Fran) & Ollie "Curtain Trouble" (pt 1) 9:45 Gateway to Glamor 10:00 Say When 10:30 Play Your Hunch (c) 11:00 Price is Right (c) 11:30 Concentration (c) noon News (Nelson Sears) 12:05 Personalities & Events 12:10 Weather (Anne Herr) 12:15 TV Farmer (Bob Malick) 12:30 Truth or Consequences 12:55 NBC News 1:00 Byline, Steve Wilson 1:30 As the World Turns 2:00 Love That Bob! 2:30 Loretta Young "Innocent Conspiracy" 3:00 Yougn Dr. Laone 3:30 Our Five Daughters 4:00 Star Time 4:30 Edge of Night 5:00 Quick Draw McGraw (running a different line-up than ch 6) 5:30 Colonel Bleep (c) 5:45 Whirlybirds "The Black Pearl" 6:15 News/Weather/Sports 6:45 NBC News 7:00 Ripcord "Radar Rescue" 7:30 Laramie "The High Country" (c) 8:30 Alfred Hitchcock "Opportunity" 9:00 Red Skelton "Best Man Blues" 9:30 Ichabod & Me 10:00 Emmy Awards 11:30 News/Sports/Weather (c) mid. Tonight Show (c) 1:00 News WCAU 10-CBS Philadelphia 5:55 News 6:00 College of the Air "New Biology" 6:30 Television Seminar 7:00 Bill Bennett's Almanac "Strawberry Culture" 7:30 News (Crane/Hart/Leslie) 7:45 Pixanne 8:00 Captain Kangaroo 9:00 Gene London 9:55 News (Bob Collier) 10:00 Calendar (21) 10:30 I Love Lucy (21) 11:00 Video Village (21) 11:30 Clear Horizon (21) 11:55 CBS News (21) noon Love of Life (21) 12:30 Search for Tomorrow (21) 12:45 Guiding Light (21) 1:00 News (Bob Collier) 1:05 Burns & Allen

1:30 As the World Turns 2:00 Password (21) 2:30 House Party (guest is US Information Agency's Dr. Paul Conroy; also on 21) 3:00 Millionaire (21) 3:30 Verdict is Yours (21) 4:00 Brighter Day (21) 4:15 Secret Storm (21) 4:30 Edge of Night 5:00 Highway Patrol 5:30 Early Show "The Doolins of Oklahoma" 7:00 News/Comment/Weather/Sports 7:15 CBS News (21) 7:30 Marshal Dillon (Gunsmoke; also on 21) 8:00 Password (21) 8:30 Dobie Gillis "Back to Nature Boy" (15-21) 9:00 Red Skelton "Best Man Blues" 9:30 Ichabod & Me 10:00 Garry More (guests Red Skelton, Bob Melvin, and Steve Lawrence; also on 21) 11:00 News (John Facenda) 11:10 Weather (Herb Clarke) 11:15 Late Show "Dr. Rhythm" 12:50 Late Late Show "Girl from Scotland Yard" 2:20 News WHYY 35-Edu Philadelphia not listed by TVG, programming aired: M/W 9:30-4, 6-10 Tu 9:30-4 Th 9:30-3:30 F 9:30-3:30, 6-10 Note about Johnny Carson. He did not become the official Tonight Show host until October 1, 1962. Also, the WFIL-TV newscaster's name was Gunnar Back. RETRO: TAMPA BAY - 6/18/1996 (corrected) Tuesday, June 18, 1996 WFLA-TV NBC8 05:00AM News 05:30AM News 06:00AM News 07:00AM Today 09:00AM Crook & Chase 10:00AM Rolonda 11:00AM Leeza 12:00PM News 12:30PM Harris & Company 01:00PM Days of Our Lives 02:00PM Another World 03:00PM Jenny Jones 04:00PM Oprah Winfrey 05:00PM Live at Five

05:30PM News 06:00PM News 06:30PM NBC News 07:00PM Inside Edition 07:30PM American Journal 08:00PM 3rd Rock from the Sun 08:30PM NewsRadio 09:00PM Frasier 09:30PM Wings 10:00PM Dateline NBC 11:00PM News 11:35PM The Tonight Show with Jay Leno 12:35AM Late Night with Conan O'Brien 01:35AM Later with Greg Kinnear 02:05AM News 02:35AM News 03:05AM NBC News Nightside 04:30AM News WTSP-TV CBS10 05:30AM Daybreak 06:00AM News 07:00AM This Morning 09:00AM Donahue 10:00AM Sally Jessy Raphael 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 Hard Copy 04:30PM Jeopardy! 05:00PM News 05:30PM News 06:00PM News 06:30PM CBS News 07:00PM Wheel of Fortune 07:30PM Jeopardy! 08:00PM The Client 09:00PM MOVIE: The Babymaker: The Dr. Cecil Jacobson Story 11:00PM News 11:35PM Late Show with David Letterman 12:35AM Late Late Show with Tom Snyder 01:35AM A Current Affair 02:05AM Lauren Hutton And... 02:35AM Paid Programming 03:05AM Up to the Minute WTVT-TV FOX13 05:00AM This Morning's Business 05:30AM Good Day, Tampa Bay 09:00AM Regis & Kathie Lee 10:00AM Rosie O'Donnell 11:00AM Maury 12:00PM News

12:30PM EXTRA 01:00PM Mark Walberg 02:00PM Jerry Springer 03:00PM Ricki Lake 04:00PM Day & Date 05:00PM News 06:00PM News 06:30PM News 07:00PM Real Stories of the Highway Patrol 07:30PM Entertainment Tonight 08:00PM MOVIE: Son-in-Law 10:00PM News 11:00PM America's Most Wanted 11:30PM High Tide 12:00AM Jerry Springer 01:30AM Real Stories of the Highway Patrol 02:00AM George & Alana 03:00AM All News Night (JIP) WFTS-TV ABC28 05:30AM News 06:00AM News 07:00AM Good Morning America 09:00AM Geraldo 10:00AM Tempestt 11:00AM Gordon Elliott 12:00PM News 12:30PM The City 01:00PM All My Children 02:00PM One Life to Live 03:00PM General Hospital 04:00PM Montel Williams 05:00PM News 05:30PM News 06:00PM News 06:30PM ABC News 07:00PM Home Improvement 07:30PM The Simpsons 08:00PM Home Improvement 08:30PM Disney's Most Unlikely Heroes 09:00PM Home Improvement 09:30PM Coach 10:00PM NYPD Blue 11:00PM News 11:35PM Nightline 12:05AM Coach 12:35AM Married...with Children 01:05AM Empty Nest 01:35AM Perfect Strangers 02:05AM Rescue 911 02:35AM Rescue 911 03:05AM Caryl & Marilyn: Real Friends 04:05AM ABC World News Now WTMV-TV WB32 05:00AM Haywood Henson

06:00AM Haywood Henson 07:00AM That's Warner Bros! 07:30AM Animaniacs 08:00AM The Flintstones 08:30AM Doogie Howser, M.D. 09:00AM Blossom 09:30AM The Wonder Years 10:00AM Too Close for Comfort 10:30AM Check It! 11:00AM The Twilight Zone 11:30AM Top Cops 12:00PM Richard Bey 01:00PM Cannon 02:00PM Barnaby Jones 03:00PM Dinosaurs 03:30PM MLB Baseball: Florida Marlins at San Francisco Giants 06:30PM LAPD: Life on the Beat 07:00PM Baywatch 08:00PM MOVIE: A Life in the Theatre 10:00PM One West Waikiki 11:00PM LAPD: Life on the Beat 11:30PM MOVIE: The Power of One 01:30AM Paid Programming 02:00AM Paid Programming 02:30AM Paid Programming 03:00AM Music Video Show WTTA-TV IND38 05:00AM Paid Programming 05:30AM Mutant League 06:00AM The Woody Woodpecker Show 06:30AM Blinky Bill 07:00AM DarkStalkers 07:30AM Eek! Stravaganza 08:00AM Rimba's Island 08:30AM Bananas in Pajamas 09:00AM Paid Programming 09:30AM Paid Programming 10:00AM Paid Programming 10:30AM Paid Programming 11:00AM Night Heat 12:00PM MOVIE: Family Secrets 02:00PM Family Ties 02:30PM Sailor Moon 03:00PM Taz-Mania 03:30PM Bobby's World 04:00PM Adventures of Batman & Robin 04:30PM Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers 05:00PM VR Troopers 05:30PM California Dreams 06:00PM Streets of San Francisco 07:00PM Northern Exposure 08:00PM MOVIE: The Parent Trap 10:00PM Paid Programming 10:30PM Paid Programming 11:00PM The Hitchhiker

11:30PM Paid Programming 12:00AM Racing 12:30AM Paid Programming 01:00AM Paid Programming 01:30AM Paid Programming 02:00AM Right (incomplete title) 02:30AM Harder (incomplete title) 03:00AM Bonanza 04:00AM 7th Avenue WTOG-TV UPN44 06:00AM The Woody Woodpecker Show 06:30AM Aladdin 07:00AM Garfield and Friends 07:30AM Mighty Max 08:00AM Highlander: The Animated Series 08:30AM Littlest Pet Shop 09:00AM Beverly Hills, 90210 10:00AM Beverly Hills, 90210 11:00AM News 11:30AM Court TV: Inside America's Courts 12:00PM Rush Limbaugh 12:30PM Night Court 01:00PM Perry Mason 02:00PM Gilligan's Island 02:30PM Kid's Club 03:00PM Goof Troop 03:30PM Bonkers 04:00PM Aladdin 04:30PM Gargoyles 05:00PM Full House 05:30PM Family Matters 06:00PM Step by Step 06:30PM Fresh Prince of Bel-Air 07:00PM Roseanne 07:30PM Seinfeld 08:00PM Moesha 08:30PM Minor Adjustments 09:00PM The Paranormal Borderline 10:00PM News 10:30PM Cops 11:00PM Star Trek: The Next Generation 12:00AM Cheers 12:30AM Rush Limbaugh 01:00AM Paid Programming 01:30AM Paid Programming 02:00AM MOVIE: Bright Lights, Big City 04:00AM MOVIE: Choices Friday, March 14, 1997 NOTE: I did not include listings for WTWB-TV WB19. KDKA-TV CBS2 05:00AM Morning News 05:30AM News 06:00AM News

07:00AM This Morning 09:00AM Gordon Elliott 10:00AM Maureen O'Boyle 11:00AM The Price is Right 12:10PM College Basketball: Chattanooga Mocs vs. Georgia Bulldogs 02:30PM College Basketball: Providence Friars vs. Marquette Golden Eagles 05:00PM News 06:00PM News 07:00PM CBS News 07:30PM College Basketball: Duke Blue Devils vs. Murray State Racers 10:00PM College Basketball: Minnesota Golden Gophers vs. Texas State Bobcats 12:30AM News 01:05AM Late Show with David Letterman 02:05AM Access Hollywood 02:35AM Coast Guard 03:05AM Real Stories of the Highway Patrol 03:35AM Could It Be a Miracle? 04:30AM Home Again WTAE-TV ABC4 05:00AM News 05:30AM News 06:00AM News 06:30AM News 07:00AM Good Morning America 09:00AM Regis & Kathie Lee 10:00AM Maury 11:00AM Sally Jessy Raphael 12:00PM News 12:30PM Judge Judy 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 Inside Edition 07:30PM Entertainment Tonight 08:00PM Family Matters 08:30PM Boy Meets World 09:00PM Sabrina, the Teenage Witch 09:30PM Step by Step 10:00PM 20/20 11:00PM News 11:35PM Nightline 12:05AM American Journal 12:35AM Rolonda 01:35AM Jerry Springer 02:35AM Politically Incorrect 03:05AM In Concert 03:35AM Travel Update 04:05AM All News Channel WPXI-TV NBC11

05:00AM News 06:00AM News 07:00AM Today 09:00AM Montel Williams 10:00AM Leeza 11:00AM Jenny Jones 12:00PM News 12:30PM America's Funniest Home Videos 01:00PM Sunset Beach 02:00PM Another World 03:00PM Days of Our Lives 04:00PM Real TV 04:30PM Hard Copy 05:00PM News 06:00PM News 06:30PM NBC News 07:00PM Jeopardy! 07:30PM Wheel of Fortune 08:00PM Unsolved Mysteries 09:00PM Dateline NBC 10:00PM Crisis Center 11:00PM News 11:35PM The Tonight Show with Jay Leno 12:35AM Late Night with Conan O'Brien 01:35AM Friday Night Videos 02:35AM Jenny Jones 03:35AM Strange Universe 04:05AM NBC News Nightside WPTT-TV UPN22 06:00AM Samurai Pizza Cats 06:30AM Gargoyles 07:00AM Mighty Ducks 07:30AM Aladdin 08:00AM Garfield and Friends 08:30AM Bruno the Kid 09:00AM Darkwing Duck 09:30AM Bananas in Pajamas 10:00AM Paid Programming 10:30AM Paid Programming 11:00AM Paid Programming 11:30AM Paid Programming 12:00PM The Odd Couple 12:30PM Laverne & Shirley 01:00PM Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman 02:00PM Geraldo Rivera 03:00PM Dating Game 03:30PM Newlywed Game 04:00PM Martin 04:30PM Hangin' with Mr. Cooper 05:00PM Ricki Lake 06:00PM The Simpsons 06:30PM Married...with Children 07:00PM The Simpsons 07:30PM Coach 08:00PM MOVIE: Rude Awakening

10:00PM Married...with Children 10:30PM Martin 11:00PM Baywatch 12:00AM Extreme Wrestling 01:00AM LAPD: Life on the Beat 01:30AM Paid Programming 02:00AM Technibond (JIP) 03:00AM Night Life WPGH-TV FOX53 05:00AM Paid Programming 05:30AM The Flintstones 06:00AM Action Man 06:30AM Masked Rider 07:00AM Bobby's World 07:30AM The Mask 08:00AM G.I. Joe Extreme 08:30AM Peter Pan and the Pirates 09:00AM Fox After Breakfast 10:00AM 700 Club 11:00AM Paid Programming 11:30AM Paid Programming 12:00PM Step by Step 12:30PM The Wonder Years 01:00PM Doogie Howser, M.D. 01:30PM The Wonder Years 02:00PM Dinosaurs 02:30PM DarkStalkers 03:00PM Adventures of Batman & Robin 03:30PM Spider-Man 04:00PM Big Bad Beetleborgs 04:30PM Power Rangers Zeo 05:00PM Full House 05:30PM Step by Step 06:00PM Fresh Prince of Bel-Air 06:30PM Home Improvement 07:00PM Home Improvement 07:30PM Seinfeld 08:00PM Sliders 09:00PM When Disasters Strike 10:00PM News 10:30PM Mad About You 11:00PM Roseanne 11:30PM Mama's Family 12:00AM EXTRA 12:30AM Paid Programming 01:00AM Paid Programming 01:30AM Paid Programming 02:00AM Geraldo Rivera 03:00AM Dating Game 03:30AM Newlywed Game 04:00AM Shepherd's Chapel RETRO: PITTSBURGH - 5/20/1999

Thursday, May 20, 1999 KDKA-TV CBS2 05:00AM Morning News 05:30AM News 06:00AM News 07:00AM News 08:00AM This Morning 09:00AM Sally Jessy Raphael 10:00AM People's Court 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 Rosie O'Donnell 05:00PM News 06:00PM News 07:00PM CBS News 07:30PM Hollywood Squares 08:00PM Promised Land 09:00PM MOVIE: The Unexpected Mrs. Pollifax 11:00PM News 11:35PM Late Show with David Letterman 12:35AM Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn 01:35AM EXTRA 02:05AM Grace Under Fire 02:35AM Paid Programming 03:05AM Paid Programming 03:35AM Up to the Minute WTAE-TV ABC4 05:00AM News 06:00AM News 07:00AM Good Morning America 09:00AM Regis & Kathie Lee 10:00AM Maury 11:00AM Roseanne Show 12:00PM News 12:30PM Martha Stewart Living 01:00PM All My Children 02:00PM One Life to Live 03:00PM General Hospital 04:00PM Oprah Winfrey 05:00PM News 06:00PM News 06:30PM ABC News 07:00PM Inside Edition 07:30PM Entertainment Tonight 08:00PM The 1999 World Music Awards 10:00PM Run for Cover 11:00PM News 11:35PM Nightline 12:05AM Politically Incorrect 12:35AM Access Hollywood

01:05AM The View 02:05AM ABC World News Now WPXI-TV NBC11 05:00AM News 05:30AM News 06:00AM News 07:00AM Today 09:00AM Montel Williams 10:00AM Jenny Jones 11:00AM Leeza 12:00PM News 12:30PM Real TV 01:00PM Sunset Beach 02:00PM Another World 03:00PM Days of Our Lives 04:00PM Judge Judy 04:30PM Judge Judy 05:00PM News 06:00PM News 06:30PM NBC News 07:00PM Jeopardy! 07:30PM Wheel of Fortune 08:00PM Friends (2x) 09:00PM Frasier (2x) 10:00PM ER 11:00PM News 11:35PM The Tonight Show with Jay Leno 12:35AM Late Night with Conan O'Brien 01:35AM Later 02:05AM Jenny Jones 03:05AM Howie Mandel 04:05AM Hard Copy 04:35AM Tonight (JIP) WNPA-TV UPN19 05:00AM Paid Programming 05:30AM Paid Programming 06:00AM First Business 06:30AM This Morning's Business 07:00AM Bullwinkle 07:30AM DuckTales 08:00AM Paid Programming 08:30AM Paid Programming 09:00AM Joyce Meyer 09:30AM James Robison 10:00AM Benny Hinn 10:30AM Prophecy 11:00AM Paid Programming 11:30AM Paid Programming 12:00PM Save Our Streets 12:30PM NewsRadio 01:00PM Donny & Marie 02:00PM Newlywed Game 02:30PM Dating Game 03:00PM Mighty Max

03:30PM Jumanji 04:00PM Mummies Alive! 04:30PM Pocket Dragon Adventures 05:00PM Newlywed Game 05:30PM Dating Game 06:00PM Love Connection 06:30PM Change of Heart 07:00PM Judge Joe Brown 07:30PM Judge Joe Brown 08:00PM MOVIE: Life in a Day 10:00PM NewsRadio 10:30PM The Cosby Show 11:00PM Change of Heart 11:30PM Love Connection 12:00AM Paid Programming 12:30AM Paid Programming 01:00AM Sports Collectibles WCWB-TV WB22 06:00AM Tiny Toon Adventures 06:30AM Animaniacs 07:00AM Doug 07:30AM Hercules 08:00AM RoboCop: Alpha Commando 08:30AM The Real Adventures of Jonny Quest 09:00AM Paid Programming 09:30AM Paid Programming 10:00AM Paid Programming 10:30AM Paid Programming 11:00AM Living Single 11:30AM Charles in Charge 12:00PM Mama's Family 12:30PM Boy Meets World 01:00PM Sister, Sister 01:30PM LAPD: Life on the Beat 02:00PM Cops 02:30PM Cops 03:00PM Pinky and the Brain 03:30PM Histeria! 04:00PM The New Superman/Batman Adventures 04:30PM The New Superman/Batman Adventures 05:00PM Jerry Springer 06:00PM Friends 06:30PM The Simpsons 07:00PM Friends 07:30PM The Simpsons 08:00PM The Wayans Bros. 08:30PM The Jamie Foxx Show 09:00PM The Steve Harvey Show 09:30PM For Your Love 10:00PM Star Trek: The Next Generation 11:00PM Mad About You 11:30PM The Nanny 12:00AM Star Trek: Deep Space Nine 01:00AM Paid Programming 01:30AM Paid Programming

02:00AM Barbie Spectacular 03:00AM The Fashion Outlet WPGH-TV FOX53 05:00AM Acapulco H.E.A.T. 06:00AM Dennis the Menace 06:30AM Pokmon 07:00AM The Magic School Bus 07:30AM The Magic School Bus 08:00AM Beast Wars: Transformers 08:30AM Wacky World of Tex Avery 09:00AM Full House 09:30AM Step by Step 10:00AM Judge Mills Lane 10:30AM Judge Mills Lane 11:00AM Jerry Springer 12:00PM Ricki Lake 01:00PM Forgive or Forget 02:00PM Paid Programming 02:30PM Paid Programming 03:00PM Spider-Man 03:30PM Young Hercules 04:00PM Power Rangers in Space 04:30PM Mystic Knights of Tir na Nog 05:00PM Fresh Prince of Bel-Air 05:30PM Roseanne 06:00PM Home Improvement 06:30PM Home Improvement 07:00PM Frasier 07:30PM Seinfeld 08:00PM Robbie Knievel 09:00PM Busted Everywhere 10:00PM News 11:00PM M*A*S*H 11:30PM M*A*S*H 12:00AM Ricki Lake 01:00AM Paid Programming 01:30AM Paid Programming 02:00AM Martin 02:30AM Martin 03:00AM Star Trek: The Next Generation 04:00AM Star Trek: The Next Generation RETRO: PITTSBURGH - 11/23/1998 Monday, November 23, 1998 KDKA-TV CBS2 05:00AM Morning News 05:30AM News 06:00AM News 07:00AM This Morning 09:00AM Sally Jessy Raphael 10:00AM People's Court 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 Rosie O'Donnell 05:00PM News 06:00PM News 07:00PM CBS News 07:30PM Hollywood Squares 08:00PM Cosby 08:30PM The King of Queens 09:00PM Everybody Loves Raymond 09:30PM Late Show with David Letterman 5th Anniversary Special 11:00PM News 11:35PM Late Show with David Letterman 12:35AM Late Late Show with Tom Snyder 01:35AM EXTRA 02:05AM Grace Under Fire 02:35AM Paid Programming 03:05AM Paid Programming 03:35AM Up to the Minute WTAE-TV ABC4 05:00AM News 06:00AM News 07:00AM Good Morning America 09:00AM Regis & Kathie Lee 10:00AM Maury 11:00AM Roseanne Show 12:00PM News 12:30PM Martha Stewart Living 01:00PM All My Children 02:00PM One Life to Live 03:00PM General Hospital 04:00PM Oprah Winfrey 05:00PM News 06:00PM News 06:30PM ABC News 07:00PM Inside Edition 07:30PM Entertainment Tonight 08:00PM Monday Night Blast 08:20PM NFL Football: Miami Dolphins at New England Patriots 11:30PM News 12:05AM Nightline 12:35AM Politically Incorrect 01:05AM Access Hollywood 01:35AM Love Connection 02:05AM Change of Heart 02:35AM ABC World News Now WPXI-TV NBC11 05:00AM News 06:00AM News 07:00AM Today 09:00AM Montel Williams

10:00AM Jenny Jones 11:00AM Leeza 12:00PM News 12:30PM Real TV 01:00PM Sunset Beach 02:00PM Another World 03:00PM Days of Our Lives 04:00PM Judge Judy 04:30PM Hard Copy 05:00PM News 06:00PM News 06:30PM NBC News 07:00PM Jeopardy! 07:30PM Wheel of Fortune 08:00PM MOVIE: While You Were Sleeping 10:00PM Dateline NBC 11:00PM News 11:35PM The Tonight Show with Jay Leno 12:35AM Late Night with Conan O'Brien 01:35AM Later 02:05AM Jenny Jones 03:05AM Howie Mandel 04:05AM The Tonight Show with Jay Leno WNPA-TV UPN19 05:00AM Paid Programming 05:30AM Paid Programming 06:00AM First Business 06:30AM This Morning's Business 07:00AM Bullwinkle 07:30AM DuckTales 08:00AM Paid Programming 08:30AM Paid Programming 09:00AM Joyce Meyer 09:30AM James Robison 10:00AM Benny Hinn 10:30AM Prophecy 11:00AM Paid Programming 11:30AM Paid Programming 12:00PM The Alan Keyes Show 01:00PM Paid Programming 01:30PM Paid Programming 02:00PM Newlywed Game 02:30PM Dating Game 03:00PM Mighty Max 03:30PM Jumanji 04:00PM Mummies Alive! 04:30PM Pocket Dragon Adventures 05:00PM Donny & Marie 06:00PM The Cosby Show 06:30PM NewsRadio 07:00PM Judge Joe Brown 07:30PM Judge Joe Brown 08:00PM Malcolm & Eddie 08:30PM Guys Like Us 09:00PM Malcolm & Eddie

09:30PM DiResta 10:00PM NewsRadio 10:30PM The Cosby Show 11:00PM Newlywed Game 11:30PM Dating Game 12:00AM Wrestling 12:30AM Paid Programming 01:00AM Electronics Special 04:00AM Coin Vault WCWB-TV WB22 06:00AM Tiny Toon Adventures 06:30AM Animaniacs 07:00AM Doug 07:30AM Hercules 08:00AM RoboCop: Alpha Commando 08:30AM The Real Adventures of Jonny Quest 09:00AM Paid Programming 09:30AM Paid Programming 10:00AM Paid Programming 10:30AM Paid Programming 11:00AM Living Single 11:30AM Charles in Charge 12:00PM Mama's Family 12:30PM Matlock 01:30PM LAPD: Life on the Beat 02:00PM Cops 02:30PM LAPD: Life on the Beat 03:00PM Pinky and the Brain 03:30PM Histeria! 04:00PM The New Superman/Batman Adventures 04:30PM The New Superman/Batman Adventures 05:00PM Sister, Sister 05:30PM Fresh Prince of Bel-Air 06:00PM The Simpsons 06:30PM The Simpsons 07:00PM Friends 07:30PM Friends 08:00PM 7th Heaven 09:00PM Hyperion Bay 10:00PM Hercules: The Legendary Journeys 11:00PM Mad About You 11:30PM The Nanny 12:00AM All in the Family 12:30AM America's Funniest Home Videos 01:00AM Paid Programming 01:30AM Paid Programming 02:00AM Absolute Brilliance (JIP) 04:00AM Christmas Shoppe WPGH-TV FOX53 05:00AM SOF: Special Ops Force 06:00AM Dennis the Menace 06:30AM Pokmon 07:00AM The Magic School Bus 07:30AM Life with Louie

08:00AM Beast Wars: Transformers 08:30AM Wacky World of Tex Avery 09:00AM Ricki Lake 10:00AM Judge Mills Lane 10:30AM Judge Mills Lane 11:00AM Jerry Springer 12:00PM Ricki Lake 01:00PM Forgive or Forget 02:00PM Step by Step 02:30PM Full House 03:00PM Space Goofs 03:30PM Toonsylvania 04:00PM Goosebumps (2x) 05:00PM Boy Meets World 05:30PM Roseanne 06:00PM Home Improvement 06:30PM Home Improvement 07:00PM Frasier 07:30PM Seinfeld 08:00PM Melrose Place 09:00PM Ally McBeal 10:00PM News 11:00PM M*A*S*H 11:30PM M*A*S*H 12:00AM Jerry Springer 01:00AM Paid Programming 01:30AM Paid Programming 02:00AM Martin 02:30AM Married...with Children 03:00AM Star Trek: The Next Generation 04:00AM Living Single 04:30AM Living Single RETRO: TAMPA BAY - 6/18/1996 Tuesday, June 18, 1996 WFLA-TV NBC8 05:00AM News 05:30AM News 06:00AM News 07:00AM Today 09:00AM Crook & Chase 10:00AM Rolonda 11:00AM Leeza 12:00PM News 12:30PM Harris & Company 01:00PM Days of Our Lives 02:00PM Another World 03:00PM Jenny Jones 04:00PM Oprah Winfrey 05:00PM Live at Five 05:30PM News 06:00PM News 06:30PM NBC News

07:00PM Inside Edition 07:30PM American Journal 08:00PM 3rd Rock from the Sun 08:30PM NewsRadio 09:00PM Frasier 09:30PM Wings 10:00PM Dateline NBC 11:00PM News 11:35PM The Tonight Show with Jay Leno 12:35AM Late Night with Conan O'Brien 01:35AM Later with Greg Kinnear 02:05AM News 02:35AM News 03:05AM NBC News Nightside 04:30AM News WTSP-TV CBS10 05:30AM Daybreak 06:00AM News 07:00AM This Morning 09:00AM Donahue 10:00AM Sally Jessy Raphael 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 Hard Copy 04:30PM Jeopardy! 05:00PM News 05:30PM News 06:00PM News 06:30PM CBS News 07:00PM Wheel of Fortune 07:30PM Jeopardy! 08:00PM The Client 09:00PM MOVIE: The Babymaker: The Dr. Cecil Jacobson Story 11:00PM News 11:35PM Late Show with David Letterman 12:35AM Late Late Show with Tom Snyder 01:35AM A Current Affair 02:05AM Lauren Hutton And... 02:35AM Paid Programming 03:05AM Up to the Minute WTVT-TV FOX13 05:00AM This Morning's Business 05:30AM Good Day, Tampa Bay 09:00AM Regis & Kathie Lee 10:00AM Rosie O'Donnell 11:00AM Maury 12:00PM News 12:30PM EXTRA 01:00PM Mark Walberg 02:00PM Jerry Springer

03:00PM Ricki Lake 04:00PM Day & Date 05:00PM News 06:00PM News 06:30PM News 07:00PM Real Stories of the Highway Patrol 07:30PM Entertainment Tonight 08:00PM MOVIE: Son-in-Law 10:00PM News 11:00PM America's Most Wanted 11:30PM High Tide 12:00AM Jerry Springer 01:30AM Real Stories of the Highway Patrol 02:00AM George & Alana 03:00AM All News Night (JIP) WFTS-TV ABC28 05:30AM News 06:00AM News 07:00AM Good Morning America 09:00AM Geraldo 10:00AM Tempestt 11:00AM Gordon Elliott 12:00PM News 12:30PM The City 01:00PM All My Children 02:00PM One Life to Live 03:00PM General Hospital 04:00PM Montel Williams 05:00PM News 05:30PM News 06:00PM News 06:30PM ABC News 07:00PM Home Improvement 07:30PM The Simpsons 08:00PM Home Improvement 08:30PM Disney's Most Unlikely Heroes 09:00PM Home Improvement 09:30PM Coach 10:00PM NYPD Blue 11:00PM News 11:35PM Nightline 12:05AM Coach 12:35AM Married...with Children 01:05AM Empty Nest 01:35AM Perfect Strangers 02:05AM Rescue 911 02:35AM Rescue 911 03:05AM Caryl & Marilyn: Real Friends 04:05AM ABC World News Now WTMV-TV WB32 05:00AM Haywood Henson 06:00AM Haywood Henson 07:00AM That's Warner Bros! 07:30AM Animaniacs

08:00AM The Flintstones 08:30AM Doogie Howser, M.D. 09:00AM Blossom 09:30AM The Wonder Years 10:00AM Too Close for Comfort 10:30AM Check It! 11:00AM The Twilight Zone 11:30AM Top Cops 12:00PM Richard Bey 01:00PM Cannon 02:00PM Barnaby Jones 03:00PM Dinosaurs 03:30PM MLB Baseball: Florida Marlins at San Francisco Giants 06:30PM LAPD: Life on the Beat 07:00PM Baywatch 08:00PM MOVIE: A Life in the Theatre 10:00PM One West Waikiki 11:00PM LAPD: Life on the Beat 11:30PM MOVIE: The Power of One 01:30AM Paid Programming 02:00AM Paid Programming 02:30AM Paid Programming 03:00AM Music Video Show WTTA-TV IND38 05:00AM Paid Programming 05:30AM Mutant League 06:00AM The Woody Woodpecker Show 06:30AM Blinky Bill 07:00AM DarkStalkers 07:30AM Eek! Stravaganza 08:00AM Rimba's Island 08:30AM Bananas in Pajamas 09:00AM Paid Programming 09:30AM Paid Programming 10:00AM Paid Programming 10:30AM Paid Programming 11:00AM Night Heat 12:00PM MOVIE: Family Secrets 02:00PM Family Ties 02:30PM Sailor Moon 03:00PM Taz-Mania 03:30PM Bobby's World 04:00PM Adventures of Batman & Robin 04:30PM Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers 05:00PM VR Troopers 05:30PM California Dreams 06:00PM Streets of San Francisco 07:00PM Northern Exposure 08:00PM MOVIE: The Parent Trap 10:00PM Paid Programming 10:30PM Paid Programming 11:00PM The Hitchhiker 11:30PM Paid Programming 12:00AM Racing 12:30AM Paid Programming

01:00AM Paid Programming 01:30AM Paid Programming 02:00AM Right (incomplete title) 02:30AM Harder (incomplete title) 03:00AM Bonanza 04:00AM 7th Avenue WTOG-TV UPN44 06:00AM The Woody Woodpecker Show 06:30AM Aladdin 07:00AM Garfield and Friends 07:30AM Mighty Max 08:00AM Highlander: The Animated Series 08:30AM Littlest Pet Shop 09:00AM Beverly Hills, 90210 10:00AM Beverly Hills, 90210 11:00AM News 11:30AM Court TV: Inside America's Courts 12:00PM Rush Limbaugh 12:30PM Night Court 01:00PM Perry Mason 02:00PM Kid's Club 03:00PM Goof Troop 03:30PM Bonkers 04:00PM Aladdin 04:30PM Gargoyles 05:00PM Full House 05:30PM Family Matters 06:00PM Step by Step 06:30PM Fresh Prince of Bel-Air 07:00PM Roseanne 07:30PM Seinfeld 08:00PM Moesha 08:30PM Minor Adjustments 09:00PM The Paranormal Borderline 10:00PM News 10:30PM Cops 11:00PM Star Trek: The Next Generation 12:00AM Cheers 12:30AM Rush Limbaugh 01:00AM Paid Programming 01:30AM Paid Programming 02:00AM MOVIE: Bright Lights, Big City 04:00AM MOVIE: Choices RETRO: TAMPA BAY - 11/05/1996 Tuesday, November 5, 1996 WFLA-TV NBC8 05:00AM News 05:30AM News 06:00AM News 07:00AM Today 09:00AM Crook & Chase

10:00AM Rolonda 11:00AM Leeza 12:00PM News 12:30PM Harris & Company 01:00PM Days of Our Lives 02:00PM Another World 03:00PM Jenny Jones 04:00PM Oprah Winfrey 05:00PM Live at Five 05:30PM News 06:00PM News 06:30PM NBC News 07:00PM Decision '96: Election Night 11:00PM News 12:00AM Decision '96: Election Night 02:00AM Late Night with Conan O'Brien 03:00AM Later 03:30AM NBC News Nightside WTSP-TV CBS10 05:30AM News 06:00AM News 07:00AM News This Morning 08:00AM This Morning 09:00AM Maury 10:00AM Sally Jessy Raphael 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 Hard Copy 04:30PM Jeopardy! 05:00PM News 05:30PM News 06:00PM News 06:30PM News 07:00PM Campaign '96 Election Coverage 02:00AM Up to the Minute WTVT-TV FOX13 05:00AM This Morning's Business 05:30AM Good Day Tampa Bay 09:00AM Regis & Kathie Lee 10:00AM Fox After Breakfast 11:00AM Maureen O'Boyle 12:00PM News 12:30PM Real TV 01:00PM Real Stories of the Highway Patrol 01:30PM Judge Judy 02:00PM Jerry Springer 03:00PM Ricki Lake 04:00PM Rosie O'Donnell 05:00PM News 06:00PM News

06:30PM News 07:00PM Entertainment Tonight 07:30PM Access Hollywood 08:00PM MOVIE: Beethoven 10:00PM News 11:00PM EXTRA 11:30PM Baywatch Nights 12:30AM Day & Date 01:30AM Scoop with Sam & Dorothy 02:30AM Real Stories of the Highway Patrol 03:00AM EXTRA 03:30AM All News Night WFTS-TV ABC28 05:30AM News 06:00AM News 07:00AM Good Morning America 09:00AM Geraldo Rivera 10:00AM Pat Bullard 11:00AM Gordon Elliott 12:00PM News 12:30PM The City 01:00PM All My Children 02:00PM One Life to Live 03:00PM General Hospital 04:00PM Montel Williams 05:00PM News 05:30PM News 06:00PM News 06:30PM ABC News 07:00PM Home Improvement 07:30PM The Simpsons 08:00PM The '96 Vote: Election Coverage 11:00PM News 11:30PM The '96 Vote: Election Coverage 01:00AM Married...with Children 01:30AM Perfect Strangers 02:00AM Paid Programming 02:30AM I Love Lucy 03:00AM Caryl & Marilyn: Real Friends 04:00AM ABC World News Now WWWB-TV WB32 06:00AM Bullwinkle 06:30AM Mega Man 07:00AM Bruno the Kid 07:30AM Dennis the Menace 08:00AM The Pink Panther 08:30AM Blossom 09:00AM Paid Programming 09:30AM Paid Programming 10:00AM Paid Programming 10:30AM Paid Programming 11:00AM Richard Bey 12:00PM Mama's Family 12:30PM I Dream of Jeannie

01:00PM In the Heat of the Night 02:00PM Dinosaurs 02:30PM The Flintstones 03:00PM Mega Man 03:30PM Bruno the Kid 04:00PM The Daffy Duck Show 04:30PM Animaniacs 05:00PM Hangin' with Mr. Cooper 05:30PM Saved by the Bell 06:00PM Hangin' with Mr. Cooper 06:30PM BZZZ! 07:00PM America's Funniest Home Videos 07:30PM Martin 08:00PM MOVIE: Flashdance 10:00PM Viper 11:00PM America's Funniest Home Videos 11:30PM Strange Universe 12:00AM Baywatch 01:00AM Home Shopping Club WTTA-TV IND38 05:00AM Paid Programming 05:30AM Paid Programming 06:00AM Paid Programming 06:30AM Samurai Pizza Cats 07:00AM Masked Rider 07:30AM Bobby's World 08:00AM Where on Earth is Carmen Sandiego? 08:30AM Bananas in Pajamas 09:00AM Paid Programming 09:30AM Paid Programming 10:00AM Paid Programming 10:30AM Paid Programming 11:00AM The Bradshaw Difference 12:00PM Dating Game 12:30PM Newlywed Game 01:00PM Night Heat 02:00PM The Woody Woodpecker Show 02:30PM Bananas in Pajamas 03:00PM Eek! Stravaganza 03:30PM Adventures of Batman & Robin 04:00PM Big Bad Beetleborgs 04:30PM Power Rangers Zeo 05:00PM California Dreams 05:30PM Family Ties 06:00PM Dating Game 06:30PM Newlywed Game 07:00PM LAPD: Life on the Beat 07:30PM Family Ties 08:00PM MOVIE: A Message from Holly 10:00PM Paid Programming 10:30PM Paid Programming 11:00PM LAPD: Life on the Beat 11:30PM The Hitchhiker 12:00AM Paid Programming 12:30AM Paid Programming

01:00AM Paid Programming 01:30AM Paid Programming 02:00AM Issues (incomplete title) 02:30AM Harder (incomplete title) 03:00AM The Bradshaw Difference 04:00AM 7th Avenue WTOG-TV UPN44 06:00AM Quack Pack 06:30AM Captain Simian & the Space Monkeys 07:00AM Garfield and Friends 07:30AM Beast Wars: Transformers 08:00AM The Mask 08:30AM New Adventures of Captain Planet 09:00AM Beverly Hills, 90210 10:00AM Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman 11:00AM News 11:30AM Court TV: Inside America's Courts 12:00PM Laverne & Shirley 12:30PM Night Court 01:00PM Perry Mason 02:00PM Gilligan's Island 02:30PM Kids Club 03:00PM Darkwing Duck 03:30PM Gargoyles 04:00PM Aladdin 04:30PM Quack Pack 05:00PM Full House 05:30PM Family Matters 06:00PM Step by Step 06:30PM Fresh Prince of Bel-Air 07:00PM Mad About You 07:30PM Seinfeld 08:00PM Moesha 08:30PM Homeboys in Outer Space 09:00PM Moesha 09:30PM Sparks 10:00PM News 10:30PM Cops 11:00PM Star Trek: Deep Space Nine 12:00AM Star Trek: The Next Generation 01:00AM Paid Programming 01:30AM Paid Programming 02:00AM MOVIE: Rabbit, Run 04:00AM MOVIE: Steal the Sky Retro: Eastern Virginia Sunday, May 14, 1978 By request, from TV Guide, Eastern Virginia Edition: WTAR (WTKR) Ch. 3 Norfolk (CBS) 7 AM Vision On 7:30 Show My People 8 AM Bible Study With Mildred Alexander

8:30 Day Of Discovery 9 AM Oral Roberts 9:30 This Is The Life 10 AM Hidden Heritage (Two Centuries of Black American Art, some 200 paintings, sculptures, crafts, and prints) 11 AM House Of Worship 11:30 Face The Nation (guest: Ronald Reagan) 12 N Tony Brown's Journal (Blacks' chances of achieving economic and social equality is the topic.) 12:30 The Explorers 1 PM This could vary; the schedule calls for "Three On Three" (Earl Monroe, Dave DeBusschere, and Jack Knight vs. Paul Westphal, Gus Johnson, and Richard Hatch at 1, Seattle-Denver in an NBA Western Conference final game at 1:30, and the Colonial National Invitation golf tournament at 4. Odds are that the alternative schedule aired instead: golf at 1, "Three On Three" at 3, and the basketball game at 3:30. 6 PM News (time approximate) 6:30 CBS News (Morton Dean) 7 PM 60 Minutes 8 PM All In The Family 8:30 Alice 9 PM CBS Movie: "Brannigan" (John Wayne, from '75) 11 PM News 11:30 Norfolk State Highlights 12 M Movie: "The House Of Fear" (Basil Rathbone and Nigel Bruce as Sherlock Holmes and Watson, from '45) WHSV Ch. 3 Harrisonburg (NBC/ABC) 7 AM Jerry Falwell 8 AM Rex Humbard 9 AM Day Of Discovery 9:30 Gospel Sing 10 AM Flames Of Revival 10:30 Rev. Leonard Repass 11 AM Solid Rock 11:30 Animals, Animals, Animals (Bob Clampett is shown drawing Bugs Bunny; since there's a different episode on Ch. 13 at the same time this may be a delay.) 12 N Issues And Answers 12:30 Directions ("Miss Lillian" Carter discusses her experiences in the Peace Corps in India.) 1 PM Perspective: Black 1:25 Dateline: Religion 1:30 This Is The Life 2 PM World Invitational Tennis Classic: first-round match between defending champion Bjorn Borg and John Newcombe 3:30 American Sportsman (NFL star Bert Jones hunts for grouse in Argentina; Olympic skiing champion Rosi Mittermaier skis in Chile.) 4:30 Wide World Of Sports (Indy 500 time trials; Rocky Mattioli defends the WBC super-welterweight crown against Jose Duran, 15 rounds, from Pascara, Italy) 6 PM Conversations 6:30 NBC News (Jessica Savitch) 7 PM Hardy Boys

8 PM How The West Was Won 9 PM ABC Movie: "Leave Yesterday Behind" (John Ritter as an athlete paralyzed in a polo accident; Carrie Fisher as the person who helps him adjust to his new life.) 11 PM PTL Club WTVR Ch. 6 Richmond (CBS) 7 AM Jerry Falwell 8 AM Day Of Discovery 8:30 Oral Roberts 9 AM Focus: Black Religious Life 9:30 Gospel Sing 10 AM TBA 11 AM Community Profiles 11:30 Face The Nation 12 N Beverly Hillbillies 12:30 Viewpoint 1 PM See WTAR/WTKR. Note that Ch. 6 does not carry "Three On Three" but "The Fishin' Hole" instead. 6 PM Andy Griffith (time approximate) 6:30 CBS News 7 PM 60 Minutes 8 PM All In The Family 8:30 Alice 9 PM CBS Movie: "Brannigan" 11 PM News 11:15 CBS News (Ed Bradley) 11:30 Star Trek 12:30 Gunsmoke (guests: Harry Morgan and Dack Rambo) WXEX (WRIC) Ch. 8 Petersburg-Richmond (ABC) 7 AM Herald Of Truth 7:30 Gospel Truth 8 AM Gospel Sing 8:30 Show My People 9 AM Rex Humbard 10 AM Jimmy Swaggart 10:30 Robert Schuller 11 AM Grove Avenue Baptist Church 12 N Issues And Answers 12:30 Omnibus (local, not the classic Alistair Cooke show of the '50s) 1 PM Big Valley 2 PM World Invitational Tennis Classic 3:30 American Sportsman 4:30 Wide World Of Sports 6 PM News 6:30 Close-Up 7 PM Hardy Boys 8 PM How The West Was Won 9 PM ABC Movie: "Leave Yesterday Behind" 11 PM News 11:30 700 Club 1 AM ABC News (Sylvia Chase/Tom Jarriel)

WAVY Ch. 10 Norfolk (NBC) 6:45 News 7 AM The Lucy Show 7:30 Bible Storytime 8 AM Rex Humbard 9 AM Gospel Sing 9:30 United Faith Foundation 10 AM Pride 10:30 Leroy Jenkins 11 AM Garner Ted Armstrong 11:30 Sweethaven Baptist Church 12 N 'Roundabout This Week 12:30 Meet The Press (Senators Harrison Williams (Democrat, New Jersey) and Orrin Hatch (Republican, Utah)) 1 PM Fishin' Hole 1:30 Soul Train (the Fifth Dimension, Mandrill--in no way to be confused with Barbara Mandrell) 2:30 20th Century Day Of Pentecost 3:30 This Week In Baseball 4 PM Sportsworld (the Withers Stakes, a mile race for three-yearolds, from Aqueduct; amateurs vs. pros in picking race winners in the New York Invitational Handicappers Challenge; the SovietAmerican Dual Diving Meet) 5:30 All-Star Anything Goes (models vs. actors; participants include Charles Dierkop, Dick Gautier, Harrison Page and Raymond St. Jacques) 6 PM Dateline: Area 10 6:30 Wild Kingdom 7 PM Wonderful World Of Disney: "Child Of Glass" (the ghost of a girl who died during the Civil War poses a riddle to the boy living in her old home which, if he solves it, will put her spirit to rest at last) 9 PM Wheels (Part 4) 11 PM News 11:30 NBC Movie: "Stranger In The House" 1:30 News 1:40 Gospel Sing 2:10 For You...Black Woman (topic: mother-son relationships) WWBT Ch. 12 Richmond (NBC) 6:45 With This Ring 7 AM Light Unto My Path 7:30 Lessons For Living 8 AM Insight 8:30 Treehouse Club 9 AM Who, What, Wherehouse (sounds like a kids' show; it's not the game show "Who, What Or Where") 9:30 Jacques Cousteau 10:30 Southern Sportsman 11 AM Tony Brown's Journal (topic: the impact of the women's movement on traditional male-female relationships) 11:30 On Twelve 12 N Changing Focus: On Location 12:30 Meet The Press 1 PM Movie: "Golden Boy" (William Holden's break as a boxer with

a greater interest in the violin, from '39) 3 PM Ironside 4 PM Sportsworld 5:30 This Week In Baseball 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News 7 PM Wonderful World Of Disney 9 PM Wheels (Part 4) 11 PM News 11:30 NBC Movie: "Stranger In The House" WVEC Ch. 13 Norfolk (ABC) 6:30 Comedy Time 7 AM Insight 7:30 Jerry Falwell 8:30 Ernest Angley 9 AM Robert Schuller (guest: Ruth Carter Stapleton) 10 AM Sandy's Clubhouse (local kids' show whose host, Sandy Kandy, was on Ch. 13's Sunday-morning schedule for years) 10:30 Jabberjaw 11 AM Grape Ape 11:30 Animals, Animals, Animals (the International Crane Foundation in Wisconsin, set up to help endangered species) 12 N Roller Games (another Sunday tradition on Ch. 13) 1 PM Conversation 1:30 Issues And Answers 2 PM World Invitational Tennis Classic 3:30 American Sportsman 4:30 In Search Of... 5 PM Movie: "The Silencers" (Dean Martin as Matt Helm) 7 PM Hardy Boys 8 PM How The West Was Won 9 PM ABC Movie: "Leave Yesterday Behind" 11 PM ABC News 11:15 News 11:30 Wide World Of Sports (delay from 4:30 PM) 1 AM The Avengers (John Steed and Emma Peel, not the superhero movie currently in theaters) 2 AM News WHRO Ch. 15 Norfolk (PBS) 7:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 8 AM Sesame Street 9 AM Electric Company 9:30 Zoom 10 AM Sesame Street 11 AM Feeling Free 11:30 Studio See 12 N Once Upon A Classic ("Sky Pirate") 1 PM Our Mutual Friend (Part 4) 2 PM The Advocates 3 PM Tennis: Bridgestone World Doubles Championship (Billie Jean King and Martina Navratilova vs. Virginia Wade and Francoise Durr)

4:30 Blue-Collar Capitalism 5 PM Six American Families 6 PM Crockett's Victory Garden 6:30 A Family At War 7:30 Previn And The Pittsburgh (Andre Previn conducts the Pittsburgh Symphony and Mendelssohn Choir of Pittsburgh in Brahms' "German Requiem.") 9 PM Our Mutual Friend (Part 5) 10 PM Nova ("The Light Of The 21st Century" looks at possible uses for lasers to speed communications.) sign off 11 PM WCVE Ch. 23 Richmond (PBS) 8 AM Sesame Street 9 AM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 9:30 Zoom 10 AM Sesame Street 11 AM Feeling Free 11:30 Big Blue Marble 12 N Rebop 12:30 Turnabout 1 PM Old Friends...New Friends 1:30 Country Music 2 PM The Advocates 3 PM Tennis (see Ch. 15) 4:30 Richmond's Private Schools 5 PM Washington Week In Review 5:30 Wall Street Week 6 PM Crockett's Victory Garden 6:30 French Chef 7 PM American Documents (how films became a propaganda organ as the U.S. entered World War I) 8 PM Previn And The Pittsburgh 9:30 Our Mutual Friend (Part 5) 10:30 Movie: "Angel On My Shoulder" sign off 12:30 AM WYAH (WGNT) Ch. 27 Portsmouth (Ind.) 6:30 Public Policy Forums (debate on freedom of the press protections provided by the First Amendment) 7:30 Panorama 8 AM James Robison Presents 8:30 Jimmy Swaggart 9 AM Gerald Derstine Shares 9:30 Leonard Repass 10 AM Faith For Living 10:30 Athletes In Action 10:45 Listen 11 AM Rex Humbard 12 N Panorama 12:30 Public Policy Forums (rerun of the 6:30 AM program) 1:30 Good News 2 PM World Of Pentecost 2:30 Deaf Hear

3 PM Happy Hunters (gospel music) 3:30 Manna 4 PM He Lives 4:30 Flames Of Revival 5 PM Wide World Of Truth 5:30 Jerry Falwell 6:30 Faith For Living 7 PM Warren Roberts 8 PM 700 Club 9:30 Happy Hour (not drinking, not on CBN, but Laverne Tripp, one of Pat Robertson's followers) 10 PM Ernest Angley 11 PM George & Diane Ivey (gospel music) 11:30 Human Dimension 12 M Panorama sign off 12:30 AM WVIR Ch. 29 Charlottesville (NBC) 8 AM Leonard Repass 8:30 Gospel Sing 9 AM Jerry Falwell 10 AM Miracle Deliverance Revival 10:30 Treehouse Club 11 AM Southern Sportsman 11:30 American Angler 12 N Animal World 12:30 Meet The Press 1 PM Movie: "Dodge City" (not "Gunsmoke," this one stars Errol Flynn, from '39) 3 PM One Lap Around The World 3:30 Wild Kingdom 4 PM Sportsworld 5:30 Thunderboat Spectacular 6 PM Foxfield Steeplechase Races (to raise money for Martha Jefferson Hospital in Charlottesville) 7 PM Wonderful World Of Disney 9 PM Wheels (Part 4) 11 PM PTL Club sign off 1 AM WVPT Ch. 51 Harrisonburg (PBS) 8 AM Sesame Street 9 AM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 9:30 Audubon Wildlife Theater 10 AM Sesame Street 11 AM Feeling Free 11:30 Studio See 12 N Rebop 12:30 Mark Russell (from the campus of SUNY-Buffalo) 1 PM Washington Week In Review 1:30 Wall Street Week 2 PM The Advocates 3 PM Once Upon A Classic ("Sky Pirate") 4 PM Six American Families

5 PM Previn And The Pittsburgh 6 PM Crockett's Victory Garden 6:30 French Chef 7 PM Forsyte Saga 8 PM Our Mutual Friend (Part 4) 9 PM Our Mutual Friend (Part 5) 10 PM Nova sign off 11 PM Yes WYAH TV 27 was still all Christian on Sundays, though the rest of the week they were a pretty typical independent station with a pretty strong schedule. In late September of 1980, WYAH began having secular shows and movies Sundays from 11 AM to 3 PM and in 1981 till 5 Pm and in 1982 till 7 PM and began secular shows 1030 AM, sooner in the day than some secular owned stations. With the exception of Sundays until 1980, WYAH was a typical independent station at the time. They were quite weak in 1971 but during the coruse of 1972 to 1973 they gradually grew into s stronger station. Retro: Greenville/Spartanburg, SC September 21, 1989 For those remember on that day when Hurricane Hugo hit Charleston, South Carolina. Here's the listings from the Greenville, SC area via Herald Journal on September 21, 1989. From 9am to wee hours. Non-Public TV stations only. WYFF 4 (NBC) 9:00am: Trial By Jury (hosted by the late Raymond Burr and produced by the late Dick Clark) 9:30am: The Jeffersons 10:00am: Scrabble (Chuck Woolery) 10:30am: Classic Concentration (Alex Trebek) 11:00am: The Golden Girls (daytime repeats) 11:30am: 227 (daytime repeats, and unfortunately the 1989-90 season is the final one for 227.) 12:00pm: NewsCenter4 at Noon 12:30pm: Generations 1:00pm: Days of Our Lives (a favorite in Greenville, SC!) 2:00pm: Another World (it's twenty fifth year on NBC) 3:00pm: Santa Barbara (it's fifth year on NBC) 4:00pm: The Oprah Winfrey Show (been on Your Friend Four for it's entire 25 year run) 5:00pm: Kate and Allie (with SNL alum Jane Curtin) 5:30pm: The Cosby Show (syndicated reruns) 6:00pm: NewsCenter4 at Six (Carl Clark/Annette Estes) 7:00pm: NBC Nightly News with Tom Brokaw 7:30pm: Inside Edition (Bill O'Reily era, this show still on Your Friend Four as of today) 8:00pm: The Cosby Show 8:30pm: Sister Kate 9:00pm: Cheers 9:30pm: Hardball (not to be confused with Chris Matthews' MSNBC show) 11:00pm: NewsCenter4 Update (Carl Clark/Annette Estes) 11:30pm: The Tonight Show starring Johnny Carson 12:30am: Late Night with David Letterman 1:30am: Later with Bob Costas 2:00am: NewsCenter4? 2:30am: Last Word 3:00am: CNN Headline News WSPA 7 (CBS)

9:00am: Live! with Regis and Katie Lee (before moving to rival channel 4 a decade later and KLG left and now on NBC's Today Show 4th hour with Hoda Kotb which isn't cleared on WYFF 4 in the mornings, but shown on repeats only at 2:05am, and Regis retired, now Live! with Kelly) 10:00am: Family Feud (the late Ray Combs) 10:30am: Wheel of Fortune (daytime with Bob Gowen) 11:00am: The Price is Right (Bob Barker) 12:00pm: TV-7 Eyewitness News at Noon 12:30pm: The Young and The Restless 1:30pm: The Bold and The Beautiful 2:00pm: As The World Turns 3:00pm: Guiding Light 4:00pm: The People's Court (Wapner) 4:30pm: The Judge (with the late Bob Shield as Judge Robert J. Franklin. Previously aired on rival channel 13 from 1986-88) 5:00pm: Crimewatch 5:30pm: A Current Affair (Maury Povich) 6:00pm: TV-7 Eyewitness News (Jane Robelot era) 6:30pm: CBS Evening News with Dan Rather 7:00pm: Entertainment Tonight (over the years went from 7 to 13, 13 to 7, and now from 7 to 4) 7:30pm: Family Feud (syndicated version with the late Ray Combs) 8:00pm: 48 Hours 9:00pm: Top of The Hill 11:00pm: TV-7 Eyewitness News 11:30pm: Sanford & Son (the late Scatman Crothers guest stars in this episode "The Stand In" from 1975) 12:05am: The Pat Sajak Show (joined in progress) 1:35am: TV-7 Eyewitness News (repeat) 2:10am: CBS News Nightwatch (precurser to Up To The Minute, joined in progress) WLOS 13 (ABC) 9:00am: Geraldo 10:00am: Sally Jesse Raphael 11:00am: The Joan Rivers Show (preempts Home) 12:00pm: News13 at Noon (preempts Perfect Strangers) 12:30pm: Loving 1:00pm: All My Children 2:00pm: One Life To Live (Greenville, SC native Peabo Bryson sung the OLTL theme song in the 1980s-early 1990s) 3:00pm: General Hospital 4:00pm: Who's The Boss? (syndie reruns) 4:30pm: Growing Pains (syndie reruns) 5:00pm: Donahue 6:00pm: News13 at six (Darcel Grimes/Ken Owen) 6:30pm: ABC's World News Tonight with Peter Jennings (rest in peace) 7:00pm: Wheel of Fortune (nighttime version with Pat Sajak, still on channel 13 since fall 1985) 7:30pm: Jeopardy! (Alex Trebek, still on channel 13 since fall 1985) 8:00pm: National Geographic 9:00pm: The Young Riders 10:00pm: Primetime Live (Sam Donaldson and future ABC World News anchor Diane Sawyer?) 11:00pm: News13 Nightcast 11:30pm: Night Court (syndie reruns) 12:00pm: Nightline (Ted Koppel, delay from 11:30pm) 12:30pm: Hard Copy (new show at the time) 1:00am: China?

1:30am: News13 Nightcast (repeat) 2:00am: Sign-off WGGS 16 (Indie) 9:00am: Nite Line (not to be confused with Nightline!) 10:00am: The 700 Club 11:00am: Hentage 11:30am: 90 & 9 Club 12:00pm: Success 'N Life 1:00pm: Peggy Denny 1:30pm: Excercise 2:00pm: Prophecy in The News? 2:30pm: Go Places 3:00pm: Circle Square 3:30pm: Zoo Revue 4:00pm: Gospel Bill 4:30pm: Hentage 5:00pm: Richard Roberts 6:00pm: Jimmy Swaggart 6:30pm: James Robison 7:00pm: Evangel Cathedral 8:00pm: Nite Line 10:00pm: USA Tonight 10:30pm: Music and More 11:30pm: Here's Help 12:30am: Sign-Off WHNS 21 (FOX) 9:00am: The Andy Griffith Show (now on rival channel 4) 9:30am: I Love Lucy 10:00am: The Big Valley 11:00am: Perry Mason 12:00pm: Highway to Heaven (went off the air on NBC last season, syndie reruns) 1:00pm: Magnum P.I. (with Tom Selleck!) 2:00pm: Simon & Simon (with Gerald McRaney and Jameson Parker! Went off the air on CBS last season, syndie reruns!) 3:00pm: Muppet Babies (syndie version) 3:30pm: Super Mario Brothers Show 4:00pm: DuckTales 4:30pm: Chip 'N Dale Rescue Rangers 5:00pm: Family Ties (went off the air last season on NBC, syndie reruns!) 5:30pm: The Facts of Life 6:00pm: Cheers (syndie reruns) 6:30pm: Newhart (syndie reruns. Ironically that show would be the last season on CBS in the 198990 season) 7:00pm: M*A*S*H 7:30pm: M*A*S*H 8:00pm: Movie "Oh, God!" (1977, the late greats George Burns and John Denver) 10:00pm: Hunter 11:00pm: The Arsenio Hall Show 12:00am: After Hours 12:30am: The Twilight Zone 1:00am: The Rockford Files (with James Garner! Years ago syndie reruns used to be called which was trendy at the time Jim Rockford, Private Investigator just like Emergency! had Emergency One,

Hawaii Five 0 had McGarrett I think, and Marcus Welby, MD known as Robert Young, Family Doctor) 2:00am: Barney Miller (syndie reruns after moved from channel 13 earlier) 2:30am: Night Gallery 3:00am: McCloud (with the late Dennis Weaver!) It's a shame that WAXA 40 went off the air a month earlier after financial issues following the loss of Frank Outlaw. IMHO, If WAXA 40 was still on the air on this date, it would carry ABC shows like Home and daytime repeats of Perfect Strangers which was preempted by WLOS 13 for local news. And other syndie programs that didn't shown in GSP at the time. Greenville/Spartanburg, SC market had more stations (5 commercial. WNEG 32, UNC-TV WUNF 33 wasn't mentioned, and 3 PBS from SCETV) than Charleston, SC market (4 commercial, no indies, and one PBS/SCETV). And a month later NewsCenter4 (WYFF 4) became simply News4, and kept the gold Arrow 4 logo for two more years. 10:30am: Wheel of Fortune (daytime with Bob Gowen) That's Bob Goen, not Bob Gowen. -crainbebo Retro: Virginia Beach - November 4-10, 1979 November 4-10, 1979 Virginia Pilot 3 WTAR-TV (CBS) Landmark Sunday 6:30 A BETTER WAY 7 AM THREE ROBONIC STOOGES 7:26 IN THE NEWS 7:30 SKATEBIRDS 7:56 IN THE NEWS 8 AM DAY OF DISCOVERY 8:30 ORAL ROBERTS 9 AM CBS NEWS SUNDAY MORNING 10:30 HOUSE OF WORSHIP 11 AM CHANGED LIVES 11:30 FACE THE NATION 12 PM NEWSMAKERS 12:30 NFL TODAY 1 PM NFL FOOTBALL Washington Redskins at Pittsburgh Steelers 4 PM MOVIE Girls Girls Girls (1962) 6 PM NEWS 6:30 CBS NEWS 7 PM 60 MINUTES 8 PM ARCHIE BUNKERS PLACE-Comedy 8:30 ONE DAY AT A TIME-Comedy 9 PM JEFFERSONS-Comedy 9:30 ALICE-Comedy 10 PM TRAPPER JOHN MD-Drama

11 PM CHANNEL 3 NEWS 11:30 SPORTS UPDATE 12 AM MOVIE Murder Once Removed (1971) 2 AM MOVIE The Day The Earth Stood Still (1951) 4 AM SIGN OFF Monday-Friday 6 AM HEALTH FIELD 6:30 NEWS 7 AM CBS NEWS 8 AM CAPTAIN KANGAROO-Children 9 AM PHIL DONAHUE-Talk 10 AM THREE IN THE MORNING-Talk 11 AM PRICE IS RIGHT-Game 12 PM LOVE OF LIFE-Serial 12:30 SEARCH FOR TOMORROW-Serial 1 PM YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS-Serial 1:30 AS THE WORLD TURNS-Serial 2:30 GUIDING LIGHT-Serial 3:30 ONE DAY AT A TIME-Comedy 4 PM MARY TYLER MOORE-Comedy (Except Tuesday) SCHOOLBREAK SPECIAL (Tuesday) Going Places 4:30 BOB NEWHART-Comedy 5 PM MERV GRIFFIN-Variety 6 PM CHANNEL 3 NEWS 6:30 CBS NEWS 7 PM CROSS WITS-Game 7:30 PM MAGAZINE-Magazine Monday 8 PM WHITE SHADOW-Drama 9 PM M*A*S*H-Comedy 9:30 WKRP IN CINCINNATI-Comedy 10 PM LOU GRANT-Drama Tuesday 8 PM CALIFORNIA FEVER-Drama 9 PM CBS MOVIE 11TH Victim (1979) Wednesday 8 PM CBS REPORTS 9 PM CBS MOVIE Suicides Wife (1979) Thursday 8 PM WALTONS-Drama 9 PM HAWAII-FIVE-O-Drama 10 PM BARNABY JONES-Drama Friday 8 PM INCREDIBLE HULK-Adventure 9 PM DUKES OF HAZARD- Western 10 PM DALLAS-Serial/Drama Monday-Friday 11 PM CHANNEL 3 NEWS Monday/Early Tuesday 11:30 HARRY O - Drama 12:40 CBS MOVIE McMillan & Wife (1972) 2:20 CHANNEL 3 NEWS

3 AM SIGN OFF Tuesday/Early Wednesday 11:30 BARNABY JONES-Drama 12:40 CBS MOVIE Las Vegas Lady (1976) 2:50 CHANNEL 3 NEWS 3:20 SIGN OFF Wednesday/Early Thursday 11:30 BLACK SHEEP SQUALDRON-Drama 12:40 HAWAII-FIVE-O-Drama 1:50 CHANNEL3 NEWS 2:20 SIGN OFF Thursday/Early Friday 11:30 CBS LATE MOVIE Columbo: Try & Catch (1977) 1:20 CBS LATE LATE MOVIE Banacek (1972) 2:50 CHANNEL 3 NEWS 3:30 SIGN OFF Friday/Early Saturday 11:30 NIGHT STALKER 12:40 CBS LATE LATE MOVIE Beyond The Door (1975) 2:50 CHANNEL 3 NEWS 3:30 MOVIE So This Is Love (1953) 5:45 TEST PATTERN Saturday 5 AM TEST PATTERN 6:25 GIVE US THIS DAY 6:30 HEALTH FIELD 7 AM MARLO & THE MAGIC MOVIE MACHINE-Children 7:30 GIGGLESNORT HOTEL-Children 8 AM MIGHTY MOUSE/HECKLE & JECKAL-Cartoons 8:56 IN THE NEWS 9 AM BUGS BUNNY/ROAD RUNNER-Cartoons 10:26 IN THE NEWS 10:30 ALL NEW POPEYE HOUR-Cartoons 11:26 IN THE NEWS 11:30 FAT ALBERT-Cartoon 11:56 IN THE NEWS 12 PM JASON OF STAR COMMAND-Science Fiction 12:26 IN THE NEWS 12:30 TARZAN/SUPER 7-Cartoons 1:26 IN THE NEWS 1:30 30 MINUTES-ChildreN 1:56 IN THE NEWS 2 PM MOVIE Geronimo (1962) 4 PM MARY TYLER MOORE-Comedy 4:30 CBS SPORTS SPECTACULAR 6 PM CHANNEL 3 NEWS 6:30 CBS NEWS 7 PM HEE HAW-Music 8 PM LOST TREASURE OF CONCEPTION 9 PM CBS MOVIE Act Of Violence (1979) 11 PM CHANNEL 3 NEWS 11:30 MOVIE Darling Lilly (1970) 1:40 CHANNEL 3 NEWS 2:20 MOVIE Sons Of Katie Elder (1965) 4:30 SIGN OFF

10 WAVY-TV (NBC) Lin Sunday 5 AM PRIDE 5:30 FORUM 10 6 AM BLACK FORUM 6:30 ITS YOUR BUSINESS 7 AM WONDER WONDOW 7:30 BIBLE LESSON 8 AM REX HUMBARD-Religion 9 AM SUNDAY MASS-Catholic 10 AM BOB JONES UNIVERSITY: SHOW MY PEOPLE-Religion 10:30 EARNEST ANGELY-Religion 11:30 CHURCH DERVICE-Baptist 12 PM MEET THE PRESS 12:30 NFL 79 1 PM NFL FOOTBALL Cincinnati Bengals At Baltimore Colts 4 PM NFL FOOTBALL New York Jets At Green Bay Packers 7 PM DISNEYS WONDERFUL WORLD 9 PM NBC MOVIE McArthur (1979) 11:30 NEWS 10 12 AM NBC MOVIE Hard Times (1975) 2 AM NEWS 10 2:30 MOVIE Horror Express (1972) 4:30 TEST PATTERN Monday-Friday 5 AM PTL CLUB-Jim Bakker 6 AM TIDEWATER TODAY 7 AM TODAY 9 AM JOKERS WILD-Game 9:30 TIC TAC DOUGH-Game 10 AM CARD SHARKS-Game 10:30 HOLLYWOOD SQUARES-Game 11 AM WHEEL OF FORTUNE-Game 11:30 HIGH ROLLERS-Game 12 PM MINDREADERS-Game 12:30 HELLO VIRGINIA-Talk 1 PM DAYS OF OUR LIVES-Serial 2 PM DOCTORS-Serial 2:30 ANOTHER WORLD-Serial 4 PM PASSWORD PLUS-Game 4:30 NEWLYWED GAME-Game 5 PM M*A*S*H-Comedy 5:30 NEWS 10 6 PM NEWS 10 6:30 NBC NEWS 7 PM FAMILY FEUD-Game 7:30 MUPPET SHOW-Variety/Children Monday 8 PM LITTLE HOUSE ON A PRAIRIE-Drama 9 PM NBC MOVIE Heroes (1977) Tuesday 8 PM BJ AND THE BEAR-Adventure 9 PM SHERIFF LOBO-Adventure

10 PM NEW CANDID CAMERA-Comedy Wednesday 8 PM REAL PEOPLE-Magazine 9 PM DIFFRENT STROKES-Comedy 9:30 HELLO LARRY-Comedy 10 PM BEST OF SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE-Comedy Thursday 8 PM BUCK ROGERS-Science Fiction 9 PM QUINCY-Drama 10 PM KATE LOVES A MYSTERY-Drama Friday 8 PM SHIRLEY-Drama 9 PM ROCKFORD FILES-Drama 10 PM EISCHED-Drama Monday-Friday 11 PM NEWS 10 11:30 TONIGHT SHOW-Johnny Carson 1 AM TOMORROW-Tom Snyder (Except Friday) MIDNIGHT SPECIAL (Friday) 2 AM MARCUS WELBY MD-Drama 3 AM ROOKIES-Drama 4 AM BEVERLY HILLBILLIES-Comedy 4:30 MY THREE SONS-Comedy Saturday 6 AM READ TO DRAMA 6:30 JOURNEY TO ADVENTURE 7 AM REBOP-Children 7:30 NEW KROFT SUPERSTARS SHOW-Variety 8 AM DAFFY DUCK-Cartoons 8:30 CASPER AND THE ANGELS-Cartoons 9 AM FRED AND BARNEY MEET THE THING-Cartoons 10 AM SUPER GLOBETROTTERS-Cartoons 10:30 THE SHMOO-Cartoons 11 AM FLASH GORDON-Cartoons 11:30 GODZILLA-Cartoons 12 PM JETSONS-Cartoon 12:30 JOHNNY QUEST-Cartoon 1 PM COMEBACK 1:30 COUNTRY ROADS 2 PM ROOKIES-Drama 3 PM IN SEARCH OF 3:30 GREATEST SPORTS LEGENDS 4 PM SPORTSWORLD 6 PM NEWS 10 6:30 NBC NEWS 7 PM PROFESSIONAL WRESTLING 8 PM CHIPS-Drama 9 PM BJ AND THE BEAR-Adventure 10 PM REAL PEOPLE 11 PM NEWS 10 11:30 SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE-Comedy 1 AM SCTV 2 AM ROCK CONCERT 3 AM ROOKIES-Drama

4 AM TEST PATTERN 13 WVEC (ABC) Corinthian Sunday 6:30 AUDIO NEWS 7 AM THIS IS THE LIFE-Drama 7:30 JAMES ROBINSON-Religion 8 AM JERRY FAWELL-Religion 9 AM IN TOUCH-Religion 10 AM KIDS ARE PEOPLE TOO-Children 11:26 SCHOOLHOUSE ROCK 11:30 ANIMALS ANIMALS ANIMALS-Children 11:56 SCHOOLHOUSE ROCK 12 PM WILD KINGDOM 12:30 ISSUES AND ANSWERS 1 PM COURTSHIP OF EDDIES FATHER-Comedy 1:30 COURTSHIP OF EDDIES FATHER-Comedy 2 PM CAROL BURNETT-Comedy 2:30 CAROL BURNETT-Comedy 3 PM IN SEARCH OF 3:30 INSIGHT-Drama 4 PM MOVIE Planet Of The Apes (1968) 6 PM NEWS ON 13 6:30 ABC NEWS 7 PM SALVAGE ONE 8 PM MORK AND MINDY-Comedy 8:30 BENSON-Comedy 9 PM ABC MOVIE - Jaws (1975) 11:30 NEWS 13 12 AM MOVIE Mr. Sundance (1973) 2 AM MOVIE Masacre At Grand Canyon (1965) 4 AM SIGN OFF Monday-Friday 6 AM ED ALLEN 6:30 NEWS 13 7 AM GOOD MORNING AMERICA 9 AM GOOD MORNING TIDEWATER 10 AM MOVIE 13 - Meet Danny Wilson (1950) Mon Theres A Girl In My Soup (1971) Tues Secret Man (1958) Wed Trapped Beneath The Sea (1974) Thurs Skyway To Death (1974) 12 PM 25,000 DOLLAR PYRAMID-Game 12:30 RYANS HOPE-Serial 1 PM ALL MY CHILDREN-Serial 2 PM ONE LIFE TO LIVE-Serial 3 PM GENERAL HOSPITAL-Serial 4 PM FAMILY FEUD-Game 4:30 LAVERNE & SHIRLEY-Comedy 5 PM HAPPY DAYS-Comedy 5:30 ALL IN THE FAMILY-Comedy 6 PM NEWS 13 7 PM ABC NEWS 7:30 DATING GAME-Game

Monday 8 PM THATS INCREDIBLE-Magazine 9 PM NFL FOOTBALL Houston Oilers At Miami Dopphins 12 AM NEWS 13 12:35 ABC NEWS NIGHTLINE 1:10 MOVIE Kansas City Massacre (1975) 3:20 SIGN OFF Tuesday 8 PM HAPPY DAYS-Comedy 8:30 LAVERNE AND SHIRLEY-Comedy 9 PM THREES COMPANY-Comedy 9:30 TAXI-Comedy 10 PM HART TO HART-Drama Wednesday 8 PM EIGHT IS ENOUGH-Comedy/Drama 9 PM BARETTA-Drama 10 PM CHARLIES ANGELS-Drama Thursday 8 PM MORK AND MINDY-Comedy 8:30 ANGIE-Comedy 9 PM BARNEY MILLER-Comedy 9:30 SOAP-Comedy 10 PM 20/20-Newsmagazine Friday 8 PM FAMILY FEUD SPECIAL-Game 9 PM MOVIE New Topper (1979) Tuesday-Friday 11 PM NEWS 13 Tuesday/Early Wednesday 11:30 ABC NEWS NIGHTLINE 12:05 BARNEY MILLER-Comedy 12:40 ABC LATE MOVIE - Beautiful But Deadly (1973) 2:50 NEWS 13 3:20 SIGN OFF Wednesday/Early Thursday 11:30 ABC NEWS NIGHTLINE 12:05 LOVE BOAT-Comedy 1:15 BARETTA-Drama 2:25 NEWS 13 2:55 SIGN OFF Thursday/Early Friday 11:30 ABC NEWS NIGHTLIONE 12:05 POLICE WOMAN-Drama 1:15 QUINCY-Drama 2:25 NEWS 13 2:55 SIGN OFF Friday/Early Saturday 11:30 ABC NEWS NIGHTLINE 12:05 CHARLIES ANGELS Drama 1:15 MOVIE Snake People (1968) 3:25 SIGN OFF Saturday 6:30 AUDIO NEWS

7 AM HOT FUDGEChildren 7:30 DAVEY AND GOLIATH-Children 8 AM SUPERFRIENDS-Cartoons 8:56 SCHOOLHOUSE ROCK 9 AM SCOOBY DOO ALL STAR LAFF OLYMPICS-Cartoons 10:56 SCHOOLHOUSE ROCK 11 AM SPIDERWOMAN-Cartoons 11:26 SCHOOLHOUSE ROCK 11:30 SCRAPPY/SCOOBY DOO-Cartoons 11:56 SCHOOLHOUSE ROCK 12 PM WEEKEND SPECIAL 12:26 SCHOOLHOUSE ROCK 12:30 AMERICAN BANDSTAND-Music/COLLEGE FOOTBALL 1:30 MOVIE Vampires (1966) 3 PM COLLEGE FOOTBALL 6:30 NEWS 13 7 PM LAWRENCE WELK-Variety 8 PM LOVE BOAT-Comedy 9 PM LOVE BOAT-Comedy 10 PM FANTYASY ISLAND-Fantasy 11 PM NEWS 13 11:30 MOVIE Sunshine Boys (1975) 1:40 MOVIE Any Wednesday (1964) 4:10 SIGN OFF 27 WYAH (Ind.) CBN Sunday 5 AM 700 CLUB 6:30 PUBLIC POLICY FORUM 7 AM DAWSON ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHURCH 8 AM FULL GOSPEL CHURCH 9 AM CHAPEL HOUR 10 AM REX HUMBARD-Religion 11 AM JERRY FAWELL-Religion 12 PM DAY OF DISCOVERY-Religion 12:30 ORAL ROBERTS-Religion 1 PM CHRISTOPHER CLOSEUP 1:30 PUBLIC POLICY FORUM 2 PM EARNEST ANGELY-Religion 3 PM FOCUS ON THE FAMILY 3:30 FLAMES OF REVIVAL 4 PM FULL GOSPEL CHURCH 5:30 CHANGED LIVES 6 PM JIMMY SWAGGART-Religion 7 PM JERRY FAWELL-Religion 8 PM ORAL ROBERTS-Religion 8:30 REX HUMBARD-Religion 9:30 ROCK CHURCH-Religion 10 PM 700 CLUB 11:30 ROSS BAGLY-Religion 12 MID DAWSON ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHURCH 1 AM JIMMY SWAGGART-Religion 2 AM CHRISTOPHER CLOSEUP 2:30 FOCUS ON THE FAMILY 3 AM IN TOUCH 4 AM THE LESSON

4:30 DAY OF DISCOVERY Monday-Friday 5 AM 700 CLUB 6:30 ROMPER ROOM-Children 7 AM TOM & JERRY-Cartoons 7:30 POPEYE-Cartoons 8 AM BUGS BUNNY-Cartoons 8:30 FLINTSTONES-Cartoon 9 AM BRADY BUNCH-Comedy 9:30 MUNSTERS-Comedy 10 AM 700 CLUB-Religion 11:30 ROSS BAGLEY-Religion 12 NOON LEAVE IT TO BEAVER-Comedy 12:30 GOMER PYLR USMC-Comedy 1 PM GILLIGAN'S ISLAND-Comedy 1:30 FATHER KNOWS BEST-Comedy 2 PM POPEYE-Cartoons 2:30 BUGS BUNNY-Cartoons 3 PM TOM & JERRY-Cartoons 3:30 STAR BLAZERS/BATTLE OF THE PLANETS-Cartoons 4 PM FRED FLINTSTONE & FRIENDS-Cartoons 4:30 LITTLE RASCALS-Comedy 5 PM FLINTSTONES-Cartoon 5:30 BRADY BUNCH-Comedy 6 PM I LOVE LUCY-Comedy 6:30 ANDY GRIFFITH-Comedy 7 PM STAR TREK-Science Fiction 8 PM GUNSMOKE-Western 9 PM 700 CLUB-Religion 10:30 ROSS BAGLEY-Religion 11 PM I LOVE LUCY-Comedy 11:30 DICK VAN DYKE-Comedy 12 MID MARCUS WELBY MD-Drama 1 AM BONANZA-Western 2 AM MOVIE - Room Service (1938) Early Tues No Love For Johnnie (1961) Early Wed Tarnished Angels (1957) Early Thurs Alcratraz Express (1960) Early Fri Guns Of Zangara (1961) Early Sat 4 AM RAWHYDE-Western Saturday 5 AM 700 CLUB 6 AM DAVEY & GOLIATH 6:30 BRADY KIDS-Cartoons 7 AM TOM & JERRY-Cartoons 7:30 GEORGE OF THE JUNGLE-Cartoon 8 AM VALLEY OF THE DINASAURS-Cartoons 8:30 BUGS BUNNY-Cartoons 9 AM FLINTSTONES-Cartoon 9:30 BRADY BUNCH-Comedy 10 AM LITTLE RASCALS-Comedy 11 AM MOVIE Abbott & Costello Here Come Coeds (1945) 12:30 MOVIE Beware Of Blondie (1947) 2 PM MOVIE Passage To Marshalls (1950)

4 PM RIFLEMEN-Western 4:30 RIFLEMEN-Western 5 PM WAGON TRAIN-western 6 PM LONE RANGER-Western 6:30 LONE RANGER-Western 7 PM GUNSMOKE-Western 8 PM MOVIE Easy Way Out (1953) 10 PM WAGON TRAIN-Western 11 PM 700 CLUB 12:30 ROSS BAGLEY 1 AM JERRY FAWELL 2 AM JIMMY SWAGGART 3 AM IN TOUCH 4 AM EARNEST ANGELY 33 WTVZ (Ind.) TVX Sunday 7 AM ORAL ROBERTS-Religion 7:30 IT IS WRITTEN 8 AM BANANA SPLITS-Children 9 AM FUN WORLD-Cartoons 12 NOON TARZAN MOVIE Tarzan Finds A Son (1953) 2 PM MOVIE Kidnapped (1938) 4 PM MOVIE Psycho (1960) 6 PM MOVIE Rough Night In Jerico (1967) 8 PM DEAN MARTIN-Variety 9 PM BAXTERS 10 PM JIM BAKKER WEEKENDS-Religion 12 MID SIGN OFF Monday-Friday 6 AM PTL CLUB-Jim Bakker 7 AM BUGS BUNNY-Cartoons 7:30 WOODY WOODPECKER-Cartoons 8 AM WORLD OF SUPER ADVENTURE-Cartoons 8:30 SCOOBY DOO-Cartoon 9 AM DENNIS THE MENACE-Comedy 9:30 MAYBERRY RFD-Comedy 10 AM PTL CLUB-Jim Bakker 12 PM MY FAVORITE MARTIAN-Comedy 12:30 BEWITCHED-Comedy 1 PM PARTRIDGE FAMILY-Comedy 1:30 GET SMART-Comedy 2 PM I DREAM OF JEANNIE-Comedy 2:30 BATMAN-Adventure 3 PM MIGHTY MOUSE-Cartoons 3 PM BUGS BUNNY-Cartoons 3:30 POPEYE-Cartoons 4 PM SCOOBY DOO-Cartoons 4:30 KROFT SUPERSTARS 5 PM DENNIS THE MENACE-Comedy 5:30 THREE STOOGES-Comedy 6 PM WHATS HAPPENING-Comedy 6:30 GOOD TIMES-Comedy 7 PM SANFORD & SON-Comedy 7:30 BARNEY MILLER-Comedy

8 PM MOVIE 33 - Black Street (1961) Mon Great Lover (1949) Tues Flight From Destiny (1941) Wed Raiders (1964) Thurs DOA (1949) Fri 10 PM PERRY MASON-Drama 11 PM ODD COUPLE-Comedy 11:30 HOGANS HEROES-Comedy 12 MID ROCKFORD FILES-Drama 1 AM TWILIGHT ZONE-Drama 1:30 ALFRED HICHCOCK-Drama 2 AM FBI-Drama 3 AM SIGN OFF Saturday 6 AM WORLD TOMORROW 6:30 IT IS WRITTEN 7 AM ABBOTT & COSTELLO-Cartoon 7:30 FANTATIC VOYAGE-Cartoon 8 AM JOURNEY TO THE CENTER OF EARTH-Cartoon 8:30 SUPERHEROES-Cartoons 9:30 SPIDERMAN-Cartoons 10 AM SUPER MAN-Adventure 10:30 SUPERMAN-Adventure 11 AM THREE STOOGES-Comedy 12 PM MOVIE Two Flags West (1953) 2 PM MOVIE Love Me Tender (1956) 4 PM MOVIE Kiss Of Death (1947) 6 PM SOUL TRAIN-Music 7 PM NASHVILLE ON THE ROAD-Music 7:30 THAT GOOD OLD NASHVILLE MUSIC 8 PM MOVIE Sign It Death (1974) 10 PM PERRY MASON-Drama 11 PM ODD COUPLE-Comedy 11:30 HOGANS HEROES-Comedy 12 AM MOVIE Back Street (1961) 2 AM SIGN OFF The Virginia Pilot must have had a lot of trouble what was on WVEC 13 at the time in November 1979. First off, Laverne And Shirley moved to Thursdays in the fall of 1979 and Angie moved to Tuesdays in that time slot after Happy Days and Mork And Mindy moved to Sundays. Benson replaced Angie in that Thursday time slot and usually Out Of The Blue was on Sundays after Mork and Mindy in place of Benson unless the Benson episode was a repeat episode (possibly a repeat of the first episode). Next, Baretta was cancelled in the summer of 1978 and they were showing Charlie's Angels in 1979 at 9:00 PM and Vega$ at 10:00 PM, so unless this Baretta episode was a syndicated rerun there was no possible way that Baretta would have aired at that time since it had been cancelled the year before and ABC was still showing Baretta reruns on their late night schedule. I thought that Hart To Hart premiered in December 1979 after The Lazarus Syndrome, the medical show with Lou Gossett Jr. was cancelled. You're right. I actually did not copy prime time schedules directly from the paper but cut and pasted

the prime time stuff to save time from anothr market WHICH SHOULD HAVE BEEN ACCURATE. Any innacuracies here are indeed innacurate there because the prime time schedules are nationwide except for a local preemption here and there. So I reviewed the prime time schedule I found no preemptions in prime time. Also the NBC and CBS schedules were accurate except for a couple shows with 2 hour special episodes just for that week. They were 95 % accurate but for some reason ABC was off quite a bit. I wonder how I got ABC so wrong. Part of it was some of the switch arounds were later in the season reversed back. Here is the prime time schedule on Channel 13 directly from the paper Sunday November 4 7 PM SALVAGE ONE-Drama 8 PM MORK & MINDY-Comedy 8:30 MOVIE - Jaws (1975) -RAN TILL 11:30 Monday November 5 8 PM 240 ROBERT-Drama (That's Incredible was 3 months away) 9 PM NFL FOOTBALL - Houston Oilers At Miami Dolphins (I got this from NFL sources so this was accurate) Tuesday November 6 8 PM HAPPY DAYS-Comedy 8:30 ANGIE-Comedy (Laverne & Shirley moved back in 1980 sometime) 9 PM THREE'S COMPANY-Comedy 9:30 TAXI-Comedy 10 PM HART TO HART-Drama (Actually began in August Of 1979 and moved here October according to Brooks & Marsh as well as this schedule) Wednesday November 7 8 PM EIGHT IS ENOUGH-Comedy/Drama 9 PM CHARLIE'S ANGELS-Drama 10 PM VEGAS-Drama (Where on earth did I get Baretta??? probably a typo from other schedule) Thursday November 8 8 PM LAVERNE & SHIRLEY-Comedy (RIGHT AGAIN - I WAS WRONG AGAIN) 8:30 BENSON-Comedy 9 PM BARNEY MILLER-Comedy 9:30 SOAP-Comedy 10 PM 20/20-Newsmagazine Friday November 9 8 PM FAMILY FEUD SPECIAL 9 PM ABC MOVIE - Topper (1979) WAS ACCURATE Saturday November 10 8 PM LOVE BOAT-Comedy/Drama (Actually shown as 8 PM with nothing shown for 9 PM probably a 2 Parter. Ropers and Detective School still normally aired here for another 2 months and 2 weeks respectively. Detective was canceled 2 weeks later) 9 PM LOVE BOAT-Comedy Drama 10 PM FANTASY ISLAND-Fantasy Also the late night schedule needed correction as well. each show should be pushed up half an hour. Nightline premiered on Thursday November 8, 1979 but was not included in the listings just

yet. This was a last minute change. I just estimated Nightline began on a Monday but it actually began late week. It would be several months until it was determined that it would be on for good. Now I still cannot understand how I had such an innacurate ABC schedule. I should be more careful and examine entire prime time schedules to make sure they are correct before cutting and pasting plus make sure there are no local preemptions. Thanks for bringing this matter up. "Hart To Hart" actually debuted on Saturday following "The Love Boat," but when "The Lazarus Syndrome" tanked (unfairly, I think), it got the Tuesday 10 PM slot, while "Fantasy Island" returned to Saturday. I was also not aware that WVEC ever carried ABC News at 7. I thought that at the time they still did their local news at 5:30, followed by ABC News at 6, then movies from 6:30-8. I also thought they carried "Edge Of Night" at 4. I definitely have to locate a TV Guide from this period. You're correct about Edge of Night. WVEC 13 was one of the few ABC affiliates to run that show. They actually ran Family Feud and Laverne & Shirley in the mornings. They actually ran a movie at 6:30 PM for some reason and ran ABC News at 6 PM. WVEC had an even wierder schedule than I could ever imagine. I must have gotten channel 13's mixed up with another market schedule. Monday-Friday 6 AM ED ALLEN 6:30 NEWS 13 7 AM GOOD MORNING AMERICA 9 AM GOOD MORNING TIDEWATER 10:30 DATING GAME-Game 11 AM LAVERNE & SHIRLEY-Comedy 11:30 FAMILY FEUD-Game 12 PM 25,000 DOLLAR PYRAMID-Game 12:30 RYANS HOPE-Serial 1 PM ALL MY CHILDREN-Serial 2 PM ONE LIFE TO LIVE-Serial 3 PM GENERAL HOSPITAL-Serial 4 PM EDGE OF NIGHT-Serial 4:30 HAPPY DAYS-Comedy 5 PM ALL IN THE FAMILY-Comedy 5:30 NEWS 13 6 PM ABC NEWS 6:30 MOVIE 13 - (Cannot find titles airing) Minor nitpick and then a comment: I'm going to assume that the noon show on WVEC was actually the $20,000 Pyramid; the $25,000 was the syndicated version which had left the air in '79. Also, I am not sure that airing ABC News at 6pm (for affils in EST) was not all that uncommon. WTPA (now WHTM) in Harrisburg did it for a good part of the '70s, going all the way into September 1981. Up until then, ABC News aired at 6 and "Happy Days Again" at 6:30. As far as L&S and FF running in the morning, that was the norm for the ABC daytime lineup in the

mornings. Such a shame that 90 minute block of good comedy and 2 games was broken up a bit later on... Running ABC News at 6 was fairly common at the time, and I distinctly remember that in Virginia WVEC and Lynchburg's WSET did so. I still don't remember WVEC ever carrying ABC News at 7. Also, at the time Laverne & Shirley aired at 11 AM, Feud at 11:30, and $20,000 Pyramid at 12. It would be hard to find many affiliates that ran all three in pattern, since many stations had a noon newscast, but I recall at the time that WGHP High Point, NC; WCTI New Bern, NC; WTVC Chattanooga; and WLKY Louisville were among those that did carry all three in pattern (that's by no means a complete list, just the ones that immediately come to mind). As well, it wasn't called Nightline til the next spring. At first it was called "America Held Hostage". And it's interesting to see that it didn't start til five days into the hostage crisis (can you believe that was 30 years ago already? I can't even believe that it's already been 10 years since everyone was going ga-ga over the "New Millenium" (despite the fact that said new millenium should technically have been celebrated on New Years 2001, but I won't re-open that whole controversial can o'worms), we were all breathing a sigh of relief that the Y2K bug didn't produce mass chaos, and the notion of terrorists flying hijacked airliners into buildings was still just a plot element in unrealistic action films and novels. Time passes way too quickly... Sad Nitpick: I've gotten two ABC stations on Ch. 13 over the years, and one way I can distinguish them is that WVEC's newscast is called "13 News," while WLOS calls theirs "News 13." That's been going on since at least the early '80s. I don't like to say "I told you so," but I knew my memory was correct about "Edge Of Night" and about ABC News airing at 6. The only ABC affiliates south of Washington that I know ever carried the network news at 7 are: WSET (very briefly in 2005) WRAL Raleigh (roughly 1982 until it went to CBS in '85) WSOC Charlotte (most of the '80s) WXIA Atlanta (1978 until it went to NBC in '80) WSB Atlanta (1980-present) WTVC Chattanooga ('80s-early '90s) WPLG Miami ('70s and '80s) and I think WTSP Tampa-St. Petersburg may have around 1977 or '78, very briefly WNCF Montgomery, AL carries it at 6 (CT) I'm confused about this one. Another schedule from the (Raleigh) News & Observer shows the following: - "Password Plus" at 9 a.m., - a movie from 4 to 5:30 p.m., and - "The Newlywed Game" at 7 p.m. Also, nighttime Feud didn't go five-nights-a-week until the fall of 1980, so these obviously must be

prime-access checkerboard shows. Retro: Eastern Virginia Saturday, May 13, 1978 By request, from TV Guide, Eastern Virginia Edition: WTAR (WTKR) Ch. 3 Norfolk (CBS) 6:30 Better Way 7 AM Petticoat Junction 7:30 Marlo And The Magic Movie Machine (childhood photos of Arthur Ashe, film highlights of June 1950, a tennis match played on ice) 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: "Chipmates," from England 2 PM Wild Wild World Of Animals 2:30 Movie: "The Big Street" (Lucille Ball in a serious role, from '42) 4 PM Golf: Colonial National Invitational (third round) 5 PM CBS Sports Spectacular (Howard Davis vs. Larry Stanton, lightweights, 10 rounds, from Orlando) 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News (Bob Schieffer) 7 PM Hee Haw (Charley Pride, David Huddleston, Hank Thompson) 8 PM The Jeffersons 8:30 Ted Knight Show (last episode) 9 PM CBS Movie: "Breakheart Pass" 11 PM News 11:30 Movie: "Buona Sera, Mrs. Campbell" 1:30 Don Kirshner's Rock Concert WHSV Ch. 3 Harrisonburg (NBC/ABC) 7 AM Light Unto My Path 7:30 Jabberjaw (ABC, delay from Sun 10:30 AM) 8 AM All New Superfriends Hour 9 AM Scooby's All-Star Laff-A-Lympics 11 AM Krofft Supershow 12 N ABC Weekend Special 12:30 American Bandstand (Chic, Robert Palmer) 1:30 Fishing With Roland Martin 2 PM Christopher Closeup 2:30 Arthur Smith 3 PM Pop Goes The Country 3:30 TBA 5 PM Wide World Of Sports (Indy 500 time trials, World Amateur Boxing Championships from Belgrade) 6:30 Good News 7 PM Hee Haw

8 PM Rich Little (special with Tom Bosley, Suzanne Somers, Dick Van Patten, Robert Guillaume) 9 PM Love Boat 10 PM Alan King (special with John Astin, Susan Saint James, Dick Van Patten, Nancy Walker) 11 PM James Robison Presents 11:30 700 Club 12:30 Dateline: Religion WTVR Ch. 6 Richmond (CBS) 6:30 Cavalcade 7 AM Ghost Busters (delay from Sun 9 AM) 7:30 Wacko (guests: Jim Backus and the Hotcakes, delay from Sun 9:30 AM) 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 Gunsmoke 2 PM Racing 2:30 Beverly Hillbillies 3 PM Wrestling (from Raleigh) 4 PM Golf: Colonial National Invitational (third round) 5 PM CBS Sports Spectacular 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Hee Haw 8 PM The Jeffersons 8:30 Ted Knight Show 9 PM CBS Movie: "Breakheart Pass" 11 PM News 11:30 Star Trek 12:30 Gunsmoke WXEX (WRIC) Ch. 8 Petersburg-Richmond (ABC) 7 AM R.F.D. #8 8 AM All New Superfriends Hour 9 AM Scooby's All-Star Laff-A-Lympics 11 AM Krofft Supershow 12 N ABC Weekend Special 12:30 Soul Train 1:30 Outer Limits 2:30 Big Valley 3:30 Movie: "Tarzan's Greatest Adventure" (Gordon Scott as Tarzan, from '59) 5 PM Wide World Of Sports 6:30 News 7 PM Lawrence Welk 8 PM Rich Little 9 PM Love Boat 10 PM Alan King

11 PM News 11:30 Movie: "They Call Me MISTER Tibbs!" WAVY Ch. 10 Norfolk (NBC) 6 AM The Lucy Show 6:30 Batman (Van Johnson as the Minstrel, two episodes) 7:30 The Archies 8 AM Hong Kong Phooey 8:30 Go Go Globetrotters 10:30 Think Pink Panther Show 11 AM Baggy Pants And The Nitwits 11:30 The Archies 12 N Land Of The Lost 12:30 New Mickey Mouse Club 1 PM The Racers 1:30 Adam-12 2 PM Baseball Warm-Up 2:15 Baseball: Red Sox-Twins or A's-Tigers 5 PM The Lucy Show (time approximate) 5:30 New Mickey Mouse Club 6 PM News 6:30 Wrestling (from Raleigh) 7:30 Inside Area 10 8 PM Bionic Woman 9 PM Columbo 11 PM News 11:30 Saturday Night Live (host Richard Dreyfuss; singers Jimmy Buffet and Gary Tigerman) 1 AM Movie: "Track Of The Moon Beast" 2:50 News WWBT Ch. 12 Richmond (NBC) 7 AM Whistle Stop (they may have gotten this from sister station WBTV Charlotte) 7:30 I Am The Greatest: The Adventures Of Muhammad Ali 8 AM Hong Kong Phooey 8:30 Go Go Globetrotters 10:30 Think Pink Panther Show 11 AM Baggy Pants And The Nitwits 11:30 Space Sentinels 12 N Land Of The Lost 12:30 Thunder 1 PM Bowling: 1978 National Collegiate Championship from Milwaukee 2 PM Baseball Warm-Up 2:15 Baseball (see Ch. 10) 5 PM Lone Ranger (time approximate) 5:30 Sha Na Na (guests: Frank Gorshin and Kristy McNichol) 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News 7 PM Emergency One! 8 PM Bionic Woman 9 PM Columbo 11 PM News 11:30 Saturday Night Live

WVEC Ch. 13 Norfolk (ABC) 6:30 Comedy Time 7:30 Hot Fudge 8 AM All New Superfriends Hour 9 AM Scooby's All-Star Laff-A-Lympics 11 AM Krofft Supershow 12 N ABC Weekend Special 12:30 American Bandstand 1:30 Flying Nun 2 PM Movie: "Invasion Earth 2150 A.D." 3:30 Greatest Sports Legends 4 PM In Search Of... 4:30 Last Of The Wild 5 PM Wide World Of Sports 6:30 Focus 7 PM Lawrence Welk (salute to New York) 8 PM Rich Little 9 PM Love Boat 10 PM Alan King 11 PM ABC News (Sylvia Chase/Tom Jarriel) 11:15 News 11:30 Movie: "McKenna's Gold" 1 AM Conversation 1:30 News/Alcoholics Anonymous WHRO Ch. 15 Norfolk (PBS) 8 AM Antiques 8:30 Consumer Survival Kit 9 AM Crockett's Victory Garden 9:30 French Chef 10 AM Our Mutual Friend (Part 4) 11 AM Forsyte Saga 12 N Camera Three 12:30 off the air 5 PM Consumer Survival Kit 5:30 Turnabout 6 PM Great TV Auction (Ch. 15's annual fund-raiser) (don't know how long this stays on) WCVE Ch. 23 Richmond (PBS) 7:30 P.S. 23 8 AM Movie: "The Scarlet Letter" 9:30 Art America 10 AM Soundstage 11 AM Previn And The Pittsburgh 12 N French Chef 12:30 Crockett's Victory Garden 1 PM Great Performances ("Shooting The Chandelier," by David Mercer, set on a ruined Czech estate near the end of World War II) 2:30 Blue-Collar Capitalism 3 PM Daniel Foster, M.D.

3:30 Your Health 4 PM Paint Along With Nancy Kominsky 4:30 Ethics In America 5 PM U.S. Farm Policy: What Direction? 6 PM Wild Wild World Of Animals 6:30 Once Upon A Classic: "Sky Pirate" 7:30 Originals (interview with Eudora Welty) 8 PM Old Friends...New Friends (Fred Rogers shows home movies of himself at age 4) 8:30 Blue-Collar Capitalism (an asbestos-mining community in Lowell, VT, that was bought out by its workers) 9 PM Hometown Almanac (Jack Daniel's Original Cornet Band recreates early-20th-century music) 10 PM Soundstage (Martin Mull, Flo and Eddie) 11 PM Watch Your Mouth (a substitute teacher tries to help a transfer student with a reading disability) sign off 11:30 PM WYAH (WGNT) Ch. 27 Portsmouth (Ind.) 6:55 Tidewater Update 7 AM Porky Pig 'n Friends 7:30 Huck 'n Yogi 8 AM Popeye 'n Bugs Bunny 9 AM Jonny Quest 9:30 Brady Kids 10 AM Superman 10:30 Tarzan 11:30 Lone Ranger 12 N Movie: "River Of No Return" (Robert Mitchum, Marilyn Monroe, from '54) 2 PM Laredo 3 PM Rawhide 4 PM Big Valley 5 PM Bonanza 6 PM Movie: "Land Of The Pharaohs" (Joan Collins is in this one, from '55) 7:55 Tidewater Update 8 PM Holiday In Melodyland 8:30 Rex Humbard 9:30 The Lesson 10 PM Oral Roberts 10:30 Rock Church 11 PM Rifleman 11:30 Jesus '76 (a rally taped two years earlier) sign off 12:30 AM WVIR Ch. 29 Charlottesville (NBC) 8 AM Hong Kong Phooey 8:30 Go-Go Globetrotters 10:30 Think Pink Panther Show 11 AM Baggy Pants And The Nitwits 11:30 Space Sentinels 12 N Land Of The Lost 12:30 Marlo And The Magic Movie Machine (childhood

photographs of Bruce Jenner, perhaps better known now as stepfather of the Kardashians) 1 PM Wrestling (I think this is from Raleigh) 2 PM Baseball Warm-Up 2:15 Baseball (see Ch. 10) 5 PM Anatomy Of Auto Racing (time approximate) 5:30 Thunderboat Spectacular 6 PM Movie: "Spy In Your Eye" 8 PM Bionic Woman 9 PM Columbo 11 PM Sha Na Na (guest: Zsa Zsa Gabor) 11:30 Saturday Night Live 1 AM Circuit Rider WVPT Ch. 51 Harrisonburg (PBS) 8 AM Sesame Street 9 AM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 9:30 I'll Do It! (kids' show) 10 AM Once Upon A Classic (same as Ch. 23) 11 AM Paint Along With Nancy Kominsky 11:30 Agriculture In Action 12 N Better Way 12:30 Crockett's Victory Garden 1 PM Hodgepodge Lodge 1:30 Children's Bookshelf 2 PM Garden Show 2:30 Bees And Honey 3 PM By-Line 3:30 Word On Words 4 PM Horsepens 40 (musical show from, I believe, Alabama) 4:30 Cinema Showcase 5 PM Consumer Survival Kit 5:30 Turnabout 6 PM Great TV Auction (WVPT also uses an auction as a fund-raiser.) Like Ch. 15, I don't know how long it lasts.

Retro: Los Angeles, Sun. September 2nd, 1984 This will be in two parts, as the full listing was too big. Source: TV Guide CHANNELS 2 KCBS Los Angeles [CBS] 3 KESQ Palm Springs [ABC, broadcast on Ch. 42] 4 KNBC Los Angeles [NBC] 5 KTLA Los Angeles [IND] 6 KMIR Palm Springs [NBC, broadcast on Ch. 36] 7 KABC Los Angeles [ABC] 9 KHJ Los Angeles [IND] 11 KTTV Los Angeles [IND] 13 KCOP Los Angeles [IND]

18 KSCI Los Angeles [IND] 22 KWHY Los Angeles [Business News/IND/SelecTV] 24 KVCR San Bernardino [PBS] 28 KCET Los Angeles [PBS] 34 KMEX Los Angeles [SIN] 40 KTBN Los Angeles [TBN] 50 KOCE Huntington Beach [PBS] 56 KDOC Anaheim [IND] 58 KLCS Los Angeles [PBS/Edu.] 5AM 2 At Issue with David Garcia 18 Maharishi Mahesh Yogi 40 Roger McDuff 56 Gene Scott 5:25 5 News 5:30 2 Captain Kangaroo The conclusion of "Ali Baba and the Lost City." 5 Gene Autry BW 7 Campus Profile: Viewpoint on Nutrition 40 In the Land of the Bible 5:45 11 Christopher Closeup 6AM 3 Val De La O 5 Music and the Spoken Word 7 Personal Dimensions 9 Youth and the Issues MADD is discussed. 11 CNN Headline News 13 Romper Room and Friends 18 Solutions California Highway Patrol recruitment and training are discussed by Lt. Bud Daves. 40 Sunday Specials 56 Tony and Susan Alamo 6:30 2 Today's Religion 3 De Colores 4 Serendipity 5 Robert Schuller 7 Magic of Oil Painting 9 Prime Time 11 New Forces 13 Romper Room and Friends 56 The Lesson 7AM 2 Faithways 3 Panorama Del Valle

4 That's Cat [former KNBC children's show] 5 Little Rascals BW 6 9 W.V. Grant Jr. 7 Wildlife Adventure 11 It Is Written with George Vandeman 13 Krofft Superstars 18 Gene Scott 28 Sesame Street 34 Nuestra Familia 40 James Robison 56 Jewish Voice 7:30 2 Taking Advantage 3 Father Michael Manning 4 Whitney and the Robot 6 9 Larry Jones Presents... 7 Joy of Gardening 11 Jimmy Swaggart 13 Popeye 18 Full Gospel Hour 34 Club 700 40 Glory of God 56 Way of Truth 8AM 2 CBS News Sunday Morning Scheduled: Profiles of golf pro Nancy Lopez and [from 1983] mezzo-soprano Marilyn Horne. 3 Oral Roberts 4 Odyssey 5 Popeye and Friends 6 Jerry Falwell 7 Little Prince 9 Lloyd Ogilvie 13 Fred Flintstone and Friends 18 Faith for Today-Korean 28 Sesame Street 34 Jimmy Swaggart 40 Morning Worship 50 American Story Since 1876 56 Love of God 8:30 3 Robert Schuller 4 News Conference 4 LA 7 Laurel and Hardy 9 Meeting Time at Calvary 11 Ever Increasing Faith 13 Blackstar 18 Hope Hour-Korean 56 American Religious Town Hall 9AM 4 Meet the Press 6 Father Michael Manning 7 Daniel Boone

9 Oral Roberts 13 Jackson 5ive 18 Day of Salvation-Korean 22 Movie "Strange Invaders." 28 Open Mind Guest: ophthalmologist Robert Coles of Lenox Hill Hospital in New York. 40 D. James Kennedy 50 Write Course: Intro to College Composition 56 Hour of Deliverance 9:30 2 NFL Today Return: Brent Musburger, Phyllis George, Irv Cross and Jimmy "The Greek" Snyder preview the Opening Day action. 3 Kenneth Copeland 4 6 NFL '84 Return: Bob Costas, Ahmad Rashad, Bill Macatee and Pete Axthelm look at today's games. 9 Day of Discovery 11 Dodger Dugout 13 Superman, Aquaman, Batman 18 Quest Four 28 Mark Russell 56 Peter Popoff 9:45 11 Dodger Pre Game 10AM 2 NFL Football Return: San Francisco 49ers at Detroit Lions. 4 NFL Football Return: Miami at Washington. 5 Movie "Frenchman's Creek" [1944] Tempestuous tale of a bored Englishwoman who finds adventure and romance with a dashing pirate. Joan Fontaine. 6 NFL Football Return: San Diego Chargers at Minnesota Vikings. 7 Cisco Kid 9 Herald of Truth 11 Baseball Los Angeles at Montreal. 13 Pink Panther 18 Armenian Teletime 28 Sneak Previews 34 Chavo 40 Day of Discovery 50 Personal Finance 56 Japan Today 58 Body Buddies 10:30 3 World Tomorrow with Herbert W. Armstrong 7 Robin Hood BW 9 Robert Schuller 28 On Campus

Developments in cancer therapy. Host: George Fenneman. 34 Tribuna Publica 40 Kenny Foreman Presents 56 Orange County Today 58 Under Sail 11AM 3 There is a Way 7 At The Movies A review of director Steven Spielberg's film career. 13 Movie "You're Never Too Young." [1955] In this Dean Martin-Jerry Lewis version of "The Major and the Minor," Jerry plays a fellow who disguises himself as a small boy. 18 Iranian TV-Persian 22 Movie "The Toy." 28 To Be A Priest 34 Pelicula "Detective o ladrones." 40 Christ Church 50 Focus on Society 56 Wrestling 58 Tony Brown's Journal Actor Robert Guillaume. 11:30 3 This Week with David Brinkley 7 Best of 3-3-0 9 Terry Cole Whittaker 58 America's Black Forum Noon 5 Three Stooges BW 7 This Week with David Brinkley 9 Quiet Hour 18 Jonbesh-E-Melli 24 Moneymakers III The benefits and potential liabilities of financial success. 28 Mystery! Exhausted and hungry, Paul [Ian Holm] and Myra [Angela Down] trek over rugged terrain in Part 4 of "We, The Accused." 40 Oral Roberts 50 Photographic Vision 56 National Amateur Bowler's Union 58 Great Spirit Within the Hole 12:30 3 It's Your Business Topic: "Education: What Price Excellence?" Guests include Mary Futrell [National Education Association]. 9 House Calls 24 On Cue Paul Shaw, vice-president of the California Teachers Association. 40 In Touch 1PM

2 U.S. Open Tennis Early-round play at Flushing Meadow, New York. Commentators include Virginia Wade and Pat O'Brien. 3 Bravisimo 4 6 NFL Football Return: Los Angeles Raiders at Houston. 5 Munsters BW 7 Best of AM Los Angeles 9 Hee Haw 11 Movie "Gidget" [1959] Surfing and youthful summertime romance at California's Malibu Beach. Good wholesome entertainment. Sandra Dee, Cliff Robertson. 13 Adam-12 18 Jaam-E-Jam-Persian 22 Movie BW "The Kid from Spain." 24 Shakespeare Plays 28 Mystery! Presset [Ian Holm] stands trial for murder in the conclusion of "We, the Accused." 34 Round Cero 50 Humanities Through the Arts 56 Roller Derby [a UHF classic!] 58 National Geographic 1:15 34 Para Gente Grande 1:30 5 F Troop 13 Adam-12 40 Shockwaves of Armageddon 2PM 3 At The Movies Scheduled: "The Woman in Red" [Gilda Radner, Gene Wilder], "Tightrope" [Clint Eastwood] and "Red Dawn." 5 Gilligan's Island 7 Weekend Videos The Thompson Twins ["You Take Me Up"], Cyndi Lauper ["She Bop"] and Prince ["Let's Go Crazy"]. 9 Movie "The Violent Men." See 7PM for details. 13 Movie "Search for the Gods." [1975] TV-movie about the struggle for possession of an ancient medallion. 18 Chinese Showcase 28 Giulini Concerts Simulcast on KUSC-FM 91.5 Los Angeles, and KCPB-FM 91.1 Thousand Oaks. 40 First Church of God 50 Introducing Biology 56 Gene Scott 2:30 3 Hawaii Five-O 5 Gilligan's Island 24 Shakespeare Plays 40 Jimmy Swaggart

3PM 5 Movie BW "The Big Broadcast of 1938." [1938] A ship is in a transatlantic race. W.C. Fields, Dorothy Lamour, Martha Raye, Bob Hope. 7 Newscope 11 Movie "Overboard." 22 Movie "Time Walker." 28 Presente! 34 Dia En La Vide De 50 Freehand Sketching 3:30 3 7 Golf Final-round play in the U.S. Amateur, taped on the par-71 7015-yard Oak Tree Golf Club layout in Edmond, Oklahoma. Defending champion Jay Sigel has described the layout as "one of the toughest we've played in the amateur." To be successful, an excellent short game is needed. 28 Tony Brown's Journal 34 Embajadores De LA Musica Colombiana 40 Introduction to Life 50 Beginning Piano 4PM 2 Geri Cook's Back-To School Bargains Finding the best buys on back-to-school items. 4 Latin Tempo 6 Medicine Show with Dr. Dlugie 9 Movie "Inn of the Damned." [194] A vengeful couple [Judith Anderson and Joseph Furst] run an inn where guests mysteriously disappear. 13 Movie "Never Too Late." [1965] Sumner Arthur Long's Broadway hit about the effect a middle-aged woman's pregnancy has on her grown family. Paul Ford. 18 Israel Today-Phil Blazer 28 Wall $treet Week 34 Fantastico Animal 40 First Church of God 50 Great Chefs of San Francisco 4:30 2 2 With You How the medic affects the public is discussed by Hank Levinson, manager of station services for the Television Information Office. 4 Ag-USA 6 Hee Haw 18 Israel Today-Hebrew 24 Sports America: Holiday Champions 28 Washington Week in Review 40 Howard Estep 50 Faces of Culture 5PM 2 Newsmakers 3 7 ABC News-Sam Donaldson 4 Free-4-All

5 Wonder Woman 11 Star Search 18 Beisbol-Lo Mejor De La Semana 22 Movie "Cold River." 28 Firing Line The recent influx of immigrants from Third World countries is discussed. 34 Domingos Alegres 40 Reason to Sing 50 Square Foot Gardening 56 Commercial Film [army film? travelogue?] 5:30 2 Face the Nation 3 Taking Advantage 4 6 In Search Of... 7 News 18 Hollywood Latino-Spanish 24 Soundboard 40 Eagle's Nest 50 Views of a Cameraman 56 NHK Kayo Hall-Japanese 6PM 2 4 News 3 Barbara Mandrell Guests: Terri Gibbs and John Schneider. Songs: "I Wanna Be Around," "Them Good Ol' Boys are Bad," "It's So Nice to Be With You," "Wish You Were Here," "Dream Lover." 5 CHiPs Jon and Ponch scoff at the idea of having to train the first CHP female motorcycle officers-until Cupid smites them. First of two parts. 6 11 Jerry Lewis Telethon Celebrities appeal for funds to fight muscular dystrophy in the 19th annual campaign, emceed from Las Vegas by Jerry [of course], Ed McMahon, Sammy Davis Jr. and Casey Kasem. Tony Orlando hosts from New York, while segments from local stations spotlight area personalities. Scheduled guests: George Burns, Menudo, Ann-Margret, Joe Piscopo, David Hasselhoff, Emmanuel Lewis, Patty Duke Astin, Jeffrey Osborne, Lisa Hartman, Tom Sullivan, Bill Cosby, Bobby Vinton, Joan Van Ark, George Peppard, Susan Anton, Charlene Tilton, Carol Lawrence, Lorenzo Lamas and Liberace. 7 At The Movies 9 Greatest American Hero Bill [Robert Culp] flunks his FBI polygraph test by concealing his profitable association with Ralph [William Katt]. 13 Movie "Stunts" [1977] Murder stalks a movie company filming a police melodrama in this action yarn. Robert Forster, Fiona Lewis. 18 Si...Vale 24 Do-It-Yourself Show Using paneling and shelving. 28 Butterflies Ria [Wendy Craig] is once again drawn to Leonard, who has returned from an extended visit to America. 34 Rumbo A La Serie Mundial 40 Father Michael Manning 50 NOVA "Visions of the Deep" follows underwater filmmaker Al Giddings on location at the North Pole and

South Australia. 6:30 4 Family Feud 7 Hollywood Closeup Kirk Douglas; Michael Keaton; show-business careers for children. 24 Dinner at Julia's Julia picks dates for a cheese-stuffed hors d'oeuvre to accompany a turkey with mushroom stuffing. 28 Last Song LEo [Geoffrey Palmer] can't decide whether to spend his evening with his girl friend or family. 34 Temas Y Debates 40 Lloyd Ogilvie 56 Oshin-Japanese -crainbebo Part 2 7PM 2 60 Minutes Scheduled: A report on the disappearance of some 10,000 Argentinians believed to be killed by forces allied to the recent military junta. Also: a Florida tennis camp for youngsters; a controversial negligence settlement awarded to a Massachusetts woman, whose husband and daughter were killed in a 1978 auto accident. 4 Summer Sunday, U.S.A. "Lee lacocac is absolutely the worst loser in the world," says Chrysler Corporation president Hal Sperlich. It is that compelling need to succeed that has enabled Chrysler's 59-year-old chairman to steer the once-ailing automaker back on the road to financial health. In "lacocca: An American Profile," Tom Brokaw examines what drives this son of Italian immigrants. What Brokaw finds is a hard-nosed businessman with a thorough knowledge of the auto industry, and an emotional, sensitive and religious family man. 5 CHiPs Conclusion. Jon and Ponch's female trainees prove their mettle when they nab two hardened thieves. Jon: Larry Wilcox. 7 3 Ripley's Believe it Or Not! Segments on Hetty Green, who was know as the "Witch of Wall Street"; the Tiger Balm Gardens, a sprawling park in Hong Kong; the migration of the monarch butterfly; a lottery for burial plots; a floating city of the future. 9 Movie "The Violent Men." [1954] Action and family intrigue in the Old West. Glenn Ford. 18 Iris Chacon 22 Movie "Staying Alive." 24 Adam Smith's Money World Debut: Focusing on a single economic subject every week, this series explores a timely financial issue and its potential effect on both the ordinary citizen and the serious investor. 28 Evening at Pops Bernadette Peters shares the stage with John Williams and the Boston Pops Orchestra for a medley from the 1981 film "Pennies from Heaven," and sings "If You Were the Only Boy in the World." 34 Leonela 40 Kenneth Copeland 50 Sesame Street/Metropolitan Museum [same special as the Tuesday listing, also posted here] 56 Miyamoto Musashi

7:30 24 Computer Chronicles A look at integrated software. 8PM 2 One Day At A Time Ann [Bonnie Franklin] accepts a challenging offer to run a marketing enterprise in England, but wonders how her family and friends will take the news. Schneider: Pat Harrington. [Last show of the series.] 4 Knight Rider A Government agent, a murdered lawyer's widow and Michael [David Hasselhoff] seek connections between an international criminal [Pedro Armendariz Jr.], a stolen rocket launcher and the code "Boca Culebra." Devon: Edward Mulhare. 5 Jacques Cousteau "The Incredible March of the Spiny Lobsters," one of Jacques Cousteau's most unusual undersea programs, takes place in the Caribbean off Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula. 7 3 Hardcastle and McCormick Hardcastle and McCormick [Brian Keith, Daniel Hugh-Kelly] are among the hostages taken by convicts demanding a probe of corruption among prison officers. 13 Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous Featured: Ricardo Montalban, Smokey Robinson, Omar Sharif, Cathy Lee Crosby, Jane Seymour, Christopher Atkins. 18 Atsui Aki 24 50 Masterpiece Theatre 28 Orangutans: Orphans of the Wild A 1976 study of orangutans, filmed in Indonesia. 34 Carabina de Ambrosio 40 Richard Hogue: Sunday Night 56 Movie BW "Sidewalks of London." [1938] Charles Laughton and Vivien Leigh give memorable performances in this uneven tale about street entertainers in London's West End. 8:30 2 Goodnight, Beantown Jenny [Mariette Hartley] goes undercover to prove a hooker's claim of entrapment by vice cops. [Last show of the series.] 34 Siempre En Domingo 9PM 2 Jeffersons Louise and Helen are captivated by a macho self-defense instructor [Michael Halsey], so George [Sherman Hemsley] plans a hunting trip to regain the women's respect for Tom [Franklin Cover] and him. 5 Jacques Cousteau In coastal waters off Southern California, Cousteau and his crew investigate the sea arrow squid's cycle of courtship, mating, birth and death. So dense is the underwater traffic of the mollusks that the minisubs and Cousteau's ship Calypso lose their power supply because of intake jets clogged with squid. 6 11 Telethon Continues 7 3 Movie A seriocomic Civil War story, "The Wild Women of Chastity Gulch" is set in a Missouri town bereft of its able-bodied fighting men. That leaves the women-respectable and otherwise-to oppose marauding Union soldiers. A 1982 TV-movie. 9 Wild Kingdom "Leopards of Sawai Madhopur." A deserted castle in Rajasthan, India, is the setting for this story about a family of leopards who inhabit the ruins.

13 Solid Gold A salute to country music with Mickey Gilley and Charly McClain, Eddie Rabbitt, Crystal Gayle, Waylon Jennings, Alabama, Anne Murray, Ronnie Milsap, Jerry Reed. Songs include "Candy Man." 18 Kage No Gundan III 22 Movie "Flashdance." 24 50 Mystery! 28 Masterpiece Theatre David [John Duttine] again sets his sights on becoming headmaster in Part 11 of "To Serve Them All My Days," while Chris [Susan Jameson] suffers another political steback. Algy: Frank Middlemass. 40 Praise the Lord 9:30 2 Alice By proving she's a better cook than Mel [Vic Tayback], Vera's acerbic landlady may have found the elusive way to his heart-through his stomach. 9 School Beat Teaching economics in high school is discussed. 10PM 2 Trapper John, M.D. Shoop [Madge Sinclair] reconsiders her rejection of a marriage proposal from a doctor after she learns of his heart condition. Meanwhile, the hospital's benefit fashion show threatens to come apart at the seams. Trapper: Pernell Roberts. 4 Pilot "The Streets" of New York City is where undercover cop Danny Wreade [Michael Beck] hunts the source of defective handguns. Not on NBC's announced fall schedule. 5 News 9 World Tomorrow with Herbert W. Armstrong 13 Harry O Harry searches for a retired admiral's young wife, who either drowned or disappeared deliberately. Admiral Tannehill: Leif Erickson. 18 Chinese World TV-Mandarin 24 Six Wives of Henry VIII Henry's last, blissful marriage [to Catherine Parr] is threatened by power politics. [Last show of the series.] 28 Masterpiece Theatre In Part 12 of "To Serve Them All My Days," Chris [Susan Jameson] returns with a new student for Bamfylde, a Jewish boy [Ian Sears] whose father was killed by Nazis in Germany. David: John Duttine. 34 Siempre En Domingo 50 Six Wives of Henry VIII Anne Boleyn's stormy marriage to the king is chronicled. Henry: Keith Michell. 56 Baretta Baretta [Robert Blake] is exposed to deadly meningitis while tracking a gun runner [Scott Hylands]. 10:30 9 It Is Written with George Vandeman 10:45 5 Sunday Sports Page-Steve Roah 22 Movie "The Health Spa." 11PM

2 4 7 News 3 ABC News-Tom Jarriel 5 Wall Street Journal Report Included: a look at the issue of comparable worth. 9 Peter Popoff 13 Jimmy Swaggart 18 Hong Kong TV-Cantonese 28 AIDS: Profile of an Epidemic Edward Asner is the host for a study of acquired immune-deficiency syndrome, the incurable disorder that affects gay males, intravenous-drug users and Haitian men. 40 Jerry Barnard 56 Marshal Dillon BW 11:15 2 CBS News-Charles Osgood 3 Love of God 11:30 2 Sunday Sports Final-Jim Hill 5 Pacesetters 7 ABC News-Tom Jarriel 9 Children Caught in the Crossfire Hosts Gary Collins and Mary Ann Mobley look at the plight of children in war-torn nations. Included: footage of Somalia, Cambodia. [World Vision special?] 24 Bix Festival The New Reformation Jazz Band performs "That's a Plenty." 56 700 Club 11:45 7 Hollywood Closeup Included: actress Morgan Brittany. 22 Dueling for Playmates 11:50 2 Movie "Indiscreet" [1958] Director Stanley Donen whipped together this glittering souffle, elegantly served up by Cary Grant and Ingrid Bergman. Midnight 4 George Michael's Sports Machine Debut: This half-hour program offers highlights of sporting events around the country and such features as film clips set to music. 5 700 Club 6 11 Telethon Continues 13 Women in Crisis 28 AIDS: A Public Inquiry A follow-up panel discussion of the disease features a Q&A session. 34 Rolando Barral 40 Praise the Lord 12:15 7 Movie: "Someone I Touched." [1975] 12:30 4 Phil Donahue 9 W.V. Grant Jr.

1AM 13 INN News 1:30 4 News 2AM 2 CBS News Nightwatch 7 News 3AM 6 11 Telethon Continues 4AM 18 Maharishi Mahesh Yogi -crainbebo SelecTV was listed under "SEL", but because it was a service of KWHY 22, I added it. The Z Channel [cable-only] was also in the guide, but I don't list cable other than sometimes WOR, WTBS, and sometimes USA/ESPN from the early '80s. -crainbebo Retro: Kansas City, Sat. April 18th, 1959 Source: TV Guide CHANNELS 2 KFEQ St. Joseph [ABC, CBS] 4 WDAF Kansas City [NBC] 5 KCMO Kansas City [CBS] 6 KMOS Sedalia, MO [ABC] 9 KMBC Kansas City [ABC] 13 WIBW Topeka, KS [CBS, ABC] 7:30 5 Movie "Git Along Little Dogies." [1937] Gene Autry. 8AM 13 Cartoons 8:30 2 5 13 Captain Kangaroo 4 Cartoon Carnival 9AM 4 Howdy Doody 9:30 2 5 13 Mighty Mouse 4 Ruff and Reddy 9 Farm Hour

10AM 2 5 13 Heckle and Jeckle Cartoons: 1. "Hypnotized." 2. "The Golden Hen." 3. "Growing Pains." 4 Fury "The Lost Herd." During a severe drought, a herd of wild horses has gone far north in search of water. Bobby Diamond. 9 Escape into Space SPECIAL: This hour-long play for children, written by Gilbert Sanders, is presented by the Fantasy Footlighters, a unit of the Community Children's Theater. It deals with a little boy who joins a circus, takes a rocket trip to Saturn and meets a host of space creatures. Toby Abernathy. [Little Rascals will not be seen.] 10:30 2 13 Robin Hood "The Bagpiper." Duncan of Stoneykirk returns to Sherwood Forest to participate in a contest. 4 Circus Boy "The Tumbling Crown." A performer who left the circus when his young bride met with an accident returns and attempts to pick up where he left off. Tom Brown. 5 Junior Auction 11AM 2 Movie Saturday Show: "Western Pacific Agent." [1950] The story of a vicious young train-robber. Kent Taylor. 4 Farmer Al Falfa 5 Cartoonland 9 Comiclub 13 Junior Auction 11:30 4 Detective's Diary "Dead Man's Hand." Police have found that fingerprints in certain burglarized houses match those of a man who is dead. Donald Gray. 5 Postmark Mid-America 13 Cartoons 11:45 5 One Way to Safety 12PM 4 Mr. Wizard "Overtones of Sound." Mr. Wizard [Don Herbert] and Betty Sue learn why a violin does not sound like a trumpet. 5 Cowboy G-Men "Empty Mail Bags." Pat and Stoney are assigned to investigate a mail-fraud ring and locate two missing postal inspectors. 9 Uncle Al 13 News, Weather, Sports 12:15 2 6 13 Baseball The Philadelphia Phillies play the Cincinnati Reds at Crosley Field, Cincinnati. Dizzy Dean and Buddy Blattner report. In the pre-game bull session Frank Thomas and Johnny Temple of Cincinnati swap baseball questions and opinions.

12:30 4 Sports Film 5 Farm Reporter 9 Talent Sprouts 12:45 4 Dugout Chatter 5 Industry on Parade 12:55 4 Baseball The Kansas City Athletes meet the Cleveland Indians at Municipal Stadium, Cleveland. Merle Harmon reports. 1PM 5 Movie "Sunset Serenade." [1942] Roy Rogers. 9 Movies Circle Nine Movie Time: 1. "The Throwback." 2. "Old Chisholm Trail." [1943] 1:50 5 News-Joe Kramer 2PM 5 Movie Gold Award Theater: "The Secret Fury." [1950] The desire for revenge instigates a strange plot to ruin the life of a noted pianist. Robert Ryan, Claudette Colbert. 2:50 6 Baseball Quiz-Hopkins 3PM 2 13 Wood Memorial The Wood Memorial Stakes, $75,000 added, mile and an eight, three-year-olds, carrying 126 pounds. Jack Drees, Chris Schenkel and Ted Atkinson report from Jamaica [NY] Race Course. 6 9 Wrestling-Chicago 3:25 4 Baseball Scoreboard 3:30 2 Big Picture 4 Hawkeye "False Faces." A gang of desperadoes uses the Mingo tribe masks and begins raiding trappers. John Hart. 13 Movie Saturday Movie: "Split Second." [1953] Escaped prisoners hold hostages in a Nevada bomb-testing area. Stephen McNally. 4PM 2 Let's Dance Students from Plattsburg, MO High are Daun Ford's guests today. 4 TV Teentown Today's guests are students from Washington High, Kansas City, Kan. Lee Rodgers and Gene Boomer co-host. 5 Robin Hood

"The Charm Peddler." Friar Tuck convinces Robin that a seemingly harmless peddler is actually causing a great deal of suffering. 6 Big Picture-Army 9 Rocky Jones "The Forbidden Moon," chapter 2. Professor Newton saves Yarra when she becomes a victim of radiation on the Forbidden Moon. 4:30 5 Lone Ranger "The Tarnished Star." The Lone Ranger and Tonto decide to help the new marshal of Peaceful Valley apprehend a band of bank robbers. 6 Sherlock Holmes 9 Overseas Adventure "Blackmail." Michael Powers steals a story from Patricia Bennett and is marked for death. James Daly. 5PM 2 Rodeo SPECIAL: The Texas Championship Rodeo is seen in a one-hour telecast from Municipal Stadium, Lubbock, TX. The competitors include Jim Shoulders, Benny Reynolds and Willard Combs. [I Spy and Restoration are pre-empted.] 4 Movie Western Theater: "The Iron Mountain Trail." 5 Profile Jim Newman and his guest discuss camping at a boys' ranch. 6 Church and Home Hour 9 Bowling-Sam Molen 13 Big Picture 5:30 5 Mid-America Newsreel 6 Life With Elizabeth 13 Industry on Parade 5:45 13 Your Question, Please 6PM 2 13 News 4 Jeff's Collie "Blind Soldier." The Bartons, a middle-aged couple, come to the Miller farm and try to buy Lassie. 5 Twentieth Century "Submarine." The history of undersea navigation is shown through drawings of some ancient submarines and film footage showing the subs of both World Wars and the latest nuclear-powered craft. Walter Cronkite is the narrator. 6 Circle 6 Ranch 9 Three Musketeers "Tower of the Legend." D'Artagnan and his friends are discharged from the Musketeers for having publicly insulated Sasquinet. Jeffrey Stone. 6:15 2 Here's Allen-Farm News 13 Aspect-Tornado SPECIAL: Ralph Titus is narrator on this 15-minute monthly public-service program. Today's topic is tornadoes, and there are films of a tornado in El Dorado, KS, and of weather-forecasting devices.

6:30 2 Paris Precinct "Moulin Ridge." The body of a woman is found floating in the Seine. Louis Jordan. 4 People Are Funny 1. Miss North Carolina and Miss South Carolina compete in a contest of judgment. 2. A man and wife are matched in a test of car-driving ability. Art Linkletter is the host. 5 13 Perry Mason "The Case of the Calendar Girl." In order to complete a job, a building contractor is forced to have shady dealings with a political racketeer. Later the racketeer is found dead, and the contractor is accused of murder. He retains Perry Mason as his attorney. Raymond Burr. 6 9 Dick Clark Guests are singer Fabian, Roy Hamilton, Gary Stites and Neil Sedaka. 7PM 2 9 Jubilee U.S.A.-Red Foley Red Foley's guests are singers Ray Price and Warner Mack. 4 Perry Como COLOR: Perry welcomes singers Julie London and Bobby Darin, comedian Lou Carter and Art Wall Jr., winner of this year's Masters Golf Tournament. 6 Circle 6 Ranch 7:30 5 Wanted-Dead or Alive Josh Randall is forced to kill a youth in self-defense and finds himself the target of an unusual vengeance. Steve McQueen. 6 Jubilee U.S.A. See 7PM. 13 Charlie Chan "Hamlet in Flames." Chan's son helps his father uncover the mystery of a rare first edition. 8PM 2 5 13 Face of Danger DEBUT: First in a series of half-hour mystery and adventure dramas seen previously on other series. Tonight: Thomas Mitchell in "Web of Circumstance." For years, a bank teller has been stealing small sums of money. His object is to leave his nagging wife and sail to an island in the South Pacific. 4 Black Saddle Rancher Lon Jessup is charge with robbery and murder by two Chicago detectives. Jessup tells Clay Culhane that he was involved in a robbery but had nothing to do with a murder. 6 9 Dancing Party-Lawrence Welk Musical highlights include "Lullaby," written by Lawrence Welk, "Make Room for Joy" and "Waltz of the Flowers." Alice Lon, the Lennon Sisters, Sparklers. 8:30 2 5 13 Have Gun, Will Travel "Alaska." An old fur-trapping friend of Paladin's becomes embroiled in a claims dispute in Alaska. Paladin journeys north and learns that the man's life has been threatened. Richard Boone. 4 Cimarron City Gary Merrill and June Lockhart in "Medicine Man." Joshua Newton, an ex-Army doctor, arrives in Cimarron City with his wife Emily. Newton, who was accused of malpractice by his commanding officer, wants to make a new life for himself. But men who knew him in the Army arrive in town and make trouble for him. 9PM 2 5 13 Gunsmoke Deputy Jake Harbin of Baker City sets up an ambush and almost kills Lee Prentice, who's wanted

for murder. Prentice appeals to Marshal Dillon, claiming that he acted in self-defense and is not a murderer. James Arness, Dennis Weaver. 6 9 Sammy Kaye This 30-minute musical program returns to this time period. Highlights: "Best Things in Life are Free," "Younger Than Springtime," "Mary Lou," "Side by Side," "Fascination," "Goody, Goody," "Over the Rainbow" and "Take Me Out to the Ball Game." 9:30 2 Wrestling 4 D.A.'s Man An attractive blonde acts as the bait when her two partners try to shake down a wealthy playboy. When the harried victim appeals to the D.A., Shannon is assigned to act as the next dupe in the extortion scheme. John Compton. 5 Mike Hammer "For Sale: Deathbed-Used." Mike Hammer hunts for a psychopathic knife-killer who has already claimed three victims. Darren McGavin. 6 Central Missouri College "Pan-American Day in Mexico." Students from the seventh grade of the college laboratory school depict events that take place in Mexico on this festive day. Part of the program is in Spanish. Clive Cooper and Mrs. Marita Peck co-host. 9 Movie Shock!: "The Mystery of Edwin Drood." [1935] The chorimaster of a cathedral is in love with a girl who takes singing lessons from him. Claude Rains. 13 New York Confidental "The Assassin." A junior executive on Wall Street leads a dangerous double life. Lee Tracy. 10PM 4 Bowling-Kansas City 5 Movie Million Dollar Movie: "Corvette K-255." [1943] During World War II, the crew of a British corvette in the North Atlantic is menaced by the enemy. Randolph Scott, Ella Raines. 6 13 News, Weather, Sports 10:30 2 Movie Maryville Movie: "Don Juan Quilligan." [1945] A barge captain's love for his deceased mother involves him in bigamy and murder. William Bendix. 13 Movie-Double Feature Movietime, U.S.A.: 1. "Fort Apache." [1948] An arrogant colonel's policies create trouble with the Apaches. John Wayne, Shirley Temple, Henry Fonda. 2. "Tramp, Tramp, Tramp." [1942] Two men, rejected by the Army, form their own Home Defense Army. Jackie Gleason, Bruce Bennett. 11PM 9 Movie Saturday Movie: "Mr. and Mrs. Smith." [1941] To their surprise, a young couple discover that their marriage is void. Carole Lombard. 11:15 4 News 11:20 4 Movie Saturday Cinema: "Casablanca." [1942] A cafe owner in Casablanca unexpectedly encounters his former love and her husband, who is fleeing the Nazis. Humphrey Bogart. 12:15

5 News 12:25 5 Movie Witching Hour: "The Hidden Hand." Time approximate. A lunatic escapes from an asylum and returns home. Craig Stevens. -crainbebo RETRO: KANSAS CITY - 6/20/1995 Tuesday, June 20, 1995 WDAF FOX4 05:00AM This Morning's Business 05:30AM First Business 06:00AM News 06:30AM News 07:00AM Morning Show 09:00AM Montel Williams 10:00AM Jenny Jones 11:00AM Geraldo 12:00PM News 12:30PM News 01:00PM Juvenile Justice 01:30PM Susan Powter 02:00PM Marilu 03:00PM Maury 04:00PM American Journal 04:30PM A Current Affair 05:00PM News 06:00PM News 06:30PM Entertainment Tonight 07:00PM MOVIE: Drop Dead Fred 09:00PM News 10:00PM News 10:30PM A Current Affair 11:00PM Cheers 11:30PM Jenny Jones 12:30AM Murad 01:00AM Jon Stewart 02:00AM HS Update 02:30AM Touchless II 03:00AM Renegade 04:00AM CNN Headline News 04:30AM CNN Headline News KCTV CBS5 05:00AM AgDay 05:30AM CBS News 06:00AM News 06:30AM News 07:00AM This Morning 09:00AM Regis & Kathie Lee 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 Ricki Lake 04:00PM Hard Copy 04:30PM Jeopardy! 05:00PM News 05:30PM CBS News 06:00PM News 06:30PM Wheel of Fortune 07:00PM MOVIE: Batman 10:00PM News 10:35PM Late Show with David Letterman 11:37PM Married...with Children 12:07AM Real Stories of the Highway Patrol 12:37AM Charles Perez 01:37AM Jones & Jury 02:07AM Late Late Show with Tom Snyder 03:07AM Up to the Minute KMBC ABC9 05:30AM ABC News 06:00AM News 07:00AM Good Morning America 09:00AM Sally 10:00AM Rolonda 11:00AM Mike & Maty 11:30AM Loving 12:00PM All My Children 01:00PM One Life to Live 02:00PM General Hospital 03:00PM Donahue 04:00PM Oprah Winfrey 05:00PM News 05:30PM ABC News 06:00PM News 06:30PM Inside Edition 07:00PM Home Improvement 07:30PM Pocahontas... The Musical Tradition 08:00PM Home Improvement 08:30PM Coach 09:00PM NYPD Blue 10:00PM News 10:35PM Roseanne 11:05PM Golden Girls 11:35PM M*A*S*H 12:05AM Nightline 12:35AM Rush Limbaugh 01:05AM Jerry Springer 02:05AM News 02:35AM ABC World News Now KSHB NBC41 05:00AM New Adventures of Captain Planet

05:30AM NBC News 06:00AM EXTRA 06:30AM NBC News 07:00AM Today 09:00AM Murphy Brown 09:30AM Newhart 10:00AM Leeza 11:00AM Other Side 12:00PM Andy Griffith 12:30PM Beverly Hillbillies 01:00PM Another World 02:00PM Days of Our Lives 03:00PM Full House 03:30PM Growing Pains 04:00PM Coach 04:30PM EXTRA 05:00PM News 05:30PM NBC News 06:00PM News 06:30PM The Simpsons 07:00PM Wings 07:30PM Something Wilder 08:00PM Frasier 08:30PM John Larroquette 09:00PM Dateline NBC 10:00PM News 10:35PM The Tonight Show with Jay Leno 11:37PM Night Court 12:07AM Late Night with Conan O'Brien 01:06AM Later with Greg Kinnear 01:35AM News 02:10AM NBC News Nightside KSMO UPN62 05:00AM Johnson and Friends 05:30AM Taz-Mania 06:00AM Bots Master 06:30AM VR Troopers 07:00AM Biker Mice from Mars 07:30AM Animaniacs 08:00AM The Pink Panther 08:30AM Conan the Adventurer 09:00AM Family Matters 09:30AM Doogie Howser, M.D. 10:00AM The Wonder Years 10:30AM Empty Nest 11:00AM Matlock 12:00PM Richard Bey 01:00PM Gordon Elliott 02:00PM TaleSpin 02:30PM Garfield and Friends 03:00PM Darkwing Duck 03:30PM Goof Troop 04:00PM Bonkers 04:30PM Aladdin 05:00PM Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers

05:30PM Family Matters 06:00PM Fresh Prince of Bel-Air 06:30PM Cops 07:00PM Legend 08:00PM Marker 09:00PM MLB Baseball: Kansas City Royals at California Angels 12:00AM Northern Exposure 01:00AM Love Connection 01:30AM Kenneth Copeland 02:00AM MOVIE: The Terminal Man 04:00AM Exosquad 04:30AM Bobby's World Superstations: Atlanta: TBS Superstation (listings CT) 05:00AM Tom & Jerry's Funhouse 05:30AM Scooby-Doo Mysteries 06:00AM Captain Planet and the Planeteers 06:30AM The Jetsons 07:00AM Gilligan's Island 07:30AM Bewitched 08:00AM Happy Days 08:30AM Three's Company 09:00AM Little House on the Prairie 10:00AM Matlock 11:00AM Perry Mason 12:00PM MOVIE: Jason and the Argonauts 02:00PM The Flintstones 02:30PM Scooby-Doo, Where Are You! 03:00PM Scooby-Doo, Where Are You! 03:30PM The Brady Bunch 04:00PM Saved by the Bell 04:30PM Saved by the Bell 05:00PM Growing Pains 05:30PM Andy Griffith 06:00PM Who's the Boss? 06:30PM MLB Baseball: Atlanta Braves at Cincinnati Reds 09:30PM MOVIE: Elizabeth the Queen 11:30PM MOVIE: Hour of the Gun 01:30AM MOVIE: The Man Behind the Gun 03:15AM The Three Stooges 03:35AM The Jeffersons 04:05AM Gomer Pyle, USMC 04:30AM CNN Headline News Chicago: WGN-TV WB9 05:00AM Jimmy Swaggart 05:30AM Kenneth Copeland 06:00AM Winning Walk 06:30AM Joyce Meyer 07:00AM News 08:00AM Andy Griffith 08:30AM Andy Griffith 09:00AM T.J. Hooker

10:00AM Quincy 11:00AM Geraldo 12:00PM News 01:00PM Perry Mason 02:00PM Geraldo 03:00PM The Flintstones 03:30PM The Flintstones 04:00PM Charles Perez 05:00PM Saved by the Bell 05:30PM Saved by the Bell 06:00PM Love Connection 06:30PM The Jeffersons 07:00PM MOVIE: Trapped 08:30PM News 09:00PM MLB Baseball: Chicago Cubs at San Diego Padres 11:45PM Tenth Inning 12:00AM MOVIE: Treasure Island 02:00AM Paid Programming 02:30AM Paid Programming 03:00AM Paid Programming 03:30AM Paid Programming 04:00AM Fame Cable: CNN - Cable News Network (listings CT) 05:00AM Business Day 06:00AM Early Edition 08:00AM Morning News 10:00AM Showbiz Today 10:30AM CNN & Company 11:00AM O.J. Simpson Trial 02:00PM News Update 02:30PM Talkback Live 03:00PM O.J. Simpson Trial 06:30PM Moneyline 07:00PM News 07:30PM Crossfire 08:00PM Larry King Live 09:00PM News 09:30PM Inside Politics 10:00PM Sports Tonight 10:30PM O.J. Simpson Trial 11:00PM News Night 11:30PM Moneyline 12:00AM Calling All Sports 12:30AM Sports Late Night 01:00AM Larry King Live 02:00AM Crossfire 02:30AM Overnight 03:00AM Overnight 03:30AM Showbiz Today 04:00AM Sports Late Night 04:30AM Daybreak Wow everything is all cramp up on KSMO and KSHB. I moved there in 97 so this listing is way before KMCI and KCWB went on the air. I wonder what channel Family Matters came on in

syndication. It was on KCWB in 97 when I first moved there. Id figured it would air on KMBC after their 10pm newscast. How many NBC stations aired reruns of Full House and Growing Pains in the afternoon? KSHB use to be FOX so thats why alot of syndicated shows are on KSHB. When KMCI went on the air alot of shows moved over to that station. Mostly classic shows from the 70's 80's and 90's. KSMO took over Fox Kids when WDAF refused to air it. Retro: Riverside County, California Mon, Sept 18, 1967 from Riverside Press-Enterprise 2 KNXT-CBS Los Angeles 4 KNBC-NBC Los Angeles 5 KTLA-Ind Los Angeles 6 XETV-ABC San Diego 7 KABC-CBS Los Angeles 8 KFMB-CBS San Diego 9 KHJ-Ind Los Angeles 10 KOGO-NBC San Diego 11 KTTV-Ind Los Angeles 13 KCOP-Ind Los Angeles 24 KVCR-NET San Bernardino 28 KCET-NET Los Angeles 34 KMEX-Sp Los Angeles 40 KLXA-Ind Los Angeles KMTW 52-Ind Los Angeles was on-air, but only ran programming on Thursday-Sunday nights Morning 5:40 2 Give Us This Day/Farm Report 5:55 8 Farm Report 6:00 2-8 Summer Semester 6:20 7 News 6:25 11 Morning Prayer 6:30 2 Odyssey: Wheels, Kilns & Clay (produced in association with USC) 4 Education Exchange 7 Scope 8 Existence 10 Today on the Farm 11 Making the Most of Maturity 7:00 2 Captain Kangaroo

4 Today 7 Exercise with Gloria 8 Shane in Wonderland 10 Cartoons 11 Mr. Wishbone 7:25 4-7 News 7:30 4 Today 7 Gypsy Rose Lee 11 Daphne's Cartoons 8:00 2 CBS News 6 Peter Potamus 7 Girl Talk 8 Sun Up 10 Today 8:25 2-4-10 News 8:30 4-10 Today 6 Film Feature 7 Dr. Loreine Chase 8:55 2 Editorial Opinion 9:00 2-8 Candid Camera 4-10 Snap Judgement 6-11 Jack LaLanne 7 Mike Douglas 9:25 4-10 NBC News 9:30 2-8 Beverly Hillbillies "Chickadee Returns" 4-10 Concentration 6 Coffee Break 11 Truth or Consequences 10:00 2-8 Andy of Mayberry 4-10 Personality 5 Ed Allen (premiere) 6 Dating Game 11 Movie "That Midnight Kiss" 10:30 2-8 Dick Van Dyke "That's My Boy"

4-10 Hollywood Squares 5 Kingdom of the Sea 6-7 Dateline: Hollywood 13 Big Picture 10:55 6-7 Children's Doctor 11:00 2-8 Love of Life 4-10 Jeopardy! 5 Movie "Henry Aldrich Swings It" 6-7 Honeymoon Race 13 Romper Room 11:25 2-8 CBS News 11:30 2-8 Search for Tomorrow 4-10 Eye Guess 6-7 Family Game 11 Sheriff John 13 News 11:45 2-8 Guiding Light 11:50 9 From the Ground Up 11:55 4-10 NBC News Afternoon noon 2 Keene at Noon 4-10 Let's Make a Deal 6-7 Everybody's Talking 8 Girl Talk 9 Spectrum 13 Rendezvous with Adventure 12:25 4-10 NBC News 12:30 2-8 As the World Turns 4-10 Days of Our Lives 5 News & Interviews 6-7 Donna Reed 11 Movie "Bannerline" 13 Dialing for Dollars 12:45 5 Movie "Henry Aldrich for President"

1:00 2-8 Love is a Many-Splendored Thing (premiere) 4-10 Doctors 6-7 Fugitive 9 Movie "Keys of the Kingdom" 1:30 2-8 House Party 4-10 Another World 13 Mr. Blackwell's Hollywood 2:00 2-8 To Tell the Truth 4-10 You Don't Say! 6-7 Newlywed Game 13 Faces & Places 2:25 2-8 CBS News 2:30 2-8 Edge of Night 4-10 Match Game 5 Cheaters 6-7 Dream Girl of '67 9 Feature Page 13 Daring Ventures 2:55 4-10 NBC News 6-7 ABC News 3:00 2-8 Secret Storm 4 PDQ 5 Divorce Court 6-7 General Hospital 10 Movie "Key Witness" 11 Marine Boy Cartoons 13 Pop's Toy Shop 3:30 2 Loretta Young Theatre "Incident in India" 4 Tom Frandsen/FYI 6 Merv Griffin 7 Dark Shadows 8 Divorce Court 9 Movie "Young Mr. Lincoln" 11 Billy Barty 4:00 2 Sea Hunt 5 Dobie Gillis 7 Dating Game 8 Truth or Consequences

11 Winchell-Mahoney 13 Jack & Phyllis 34 Eventos de la Comunidad 40 Community Report "Front Line" 4:15 34 Cual es Su Problema? 4:25 10 Sinbad, Jr. 4:30 2 Movie "The Big Beat" 4 Movie "The Doll Who Took the Town" 5 George Putnam News 7 News 8 Bob Dale 10 Cartoons 13 Bozo's Big Top 34 Un Largo Amor 40 Travelogic "This is Louisiana" 5:00 6-40 News 9 Shrimpenstein 10 Flintstones 11 Woody Woodbury 13 Amazing Three 34 Operacion Ja Ja 5:15 28 Friendly Giant 5:30 5 World of Color "Ceylon, the Magic Island" 6 Mike Douglas 7-10 News 9 Marvel Superheroes 13 Addams Family "The Addams Family Goes to School" 24 What's New 28 Misterogers' Neighborhood 34 Mano a Mano Ranchero 40 Whirlybirds "Uncle Pete" Evening 6:00 2-4-10 News 5 Tightrope "The Gangster's Daughter" 7 Movie "Way of a Gaucho" 9 Groovy 13 Ripcord "Hagen Charm" 24 French Chef 28 What's New 34 El Patio de Tlaquepaque 40 Hong Kong "Night Cry"

6:30 5 Thin Man "The Big Hold-Out" 6 Movie "The Helen Magan Story" 8 This Day 1967 11 My Favorite Martian "Shake Well and Stir" 13 McHale's Navy "McHale and His Jet Set" 24 Political Science 28 Teacher '67 "Portuguese" 34 Noticiero 34 6:55 2 Editorial Opinion 7:00 2-8 CBS News 4 NBC News 5 Alfred Hitchcock "Help Wanted" 9 Tall Man "First Blood" 10 Accidental Family 11 Flintstones 13 Gilligan's Island "Agonized Labor" 24-28 Point of View/Stock Market 34 Rocambole 40 Continental Roulette 7:20 24-28 Calendar 7:30 2-8 Gunsmoke 4-10 Monkees "The Picture Frame" 5 Movie "The Long, Hot Summer" 7 Cowboy in Africa "Kifaru! Kifaru!" 9 Movie "Babette Goes to War" 11 Truth or Consequences 13 Perry Mason "The Case of the Married Moonlighters" 24 Circus "I Loved John Ringling" (profile of the circus promoter) 28 French Chef 34 Comicos y Canciones 40 Sally Ogles Hollywood 8:00 4-10 Man from UNCLE "The Test Tube Killer Affair" 11 Password 24 NET Journal "Spring in Ethiopia" 28 USC Musical Festival "Prepared Piano" 34 Espejismo Brillaba 40 News 8:15 40 Noticias 8:30 2-8 Lucy Show 6-7 Rat Patrol "The David and Goliath Raid" 11 Merv Griffin

13 Wonderful World of Women "Yma Sumac-Woman of Peru" 34 La Sombra del Pecado 40 Novela "Rutas del Destino" (pt 1) 9:00 2-8 Andy Griffith 4-10 Danny Thomas Hour "Instant Money" (guest stars Don Adams, Sid Caesar, and Abby Dalton) 6-7 Felony Squad "The Counterfeit Cop" 13 Holiday "Austria Calls" 24 Local Issue "The Subject of Sex" 28 Off Ramp (guest Art Seidenbaum) 34 Estudio de la Estrellas 40 Mosaico Mexicano 9:30 2-8 Family Affair 6-7 Peyton Place 9 News 13 George Pierrot's World Adventure Series "People of Russia" 24 Insight 28 NET Journal "The Election That Was" (looking back at the 1964 vote) 34 Revista Musical 10:00 2-8 Carol Burnett (guests Sid Caesar, Liza Minnelli, and Brazilian quartet the Girls from Bahia) 4-10 I Spy "The Beautiful Children" 5 George Putnam News 6-7 Big Valley "The Ambush" 9 Movie "The Young Stranger" 11 Alex Dreier News 13 Have Gun, Will Travel "El Paso Stage" 24 Menuhin Teaches 34 Teatro Familiar 40 Val de la O 10:30 13 Racing from Del Mar 28 Washington in Review 11:00 2-4-7-8-10-13 News 5 Of Lands & Seas (premiere) "From Kenya to Serengeti" 6 Twilight Zone 11 Joe Pyne 11:30 2 Movie "Saadia" 4-10 Tonight Show 6-7 Joey Bishop 8 Perry Mason 11 Les Crane 13 Movie "Chinese Bungalow" 11:45 9 Honeymooners "Opportunity Knocks But Once"

Late Night midnight 5 Movie "Scotland Yard Dragnet" 12:15 9 Movie "Keys of the Kingdom" 12:30 8 News 11 East Side/West Side "The Sinner" 1:00 2 Movie "Tower of London" 4 News 7 Movie "52nd Street" 13 Movie "The Black Whip" 1:30 5 Movie "Danger Street" 1:45 9 News 2:15 9 Song of the Ages 2:30 2 News/Give Us This Day On a side note, Riverside County would get its own TV stations (specifically in Palm Springs) a little more than a year later, when KESQ (then KPLM) and KMIR both signed-on in October 1968, as ABC and NBC respectively. They would have to wait 34 more years to get its own CBS affiliate, as KPSP, a former home shopping channel and PaxTV affiliate, took on the Eye affiliation for the Coachella Valley. What time did Channel 7 carry Peter Jennings? Re KMIR: IIRC, Don Wilson, Jack Benny's longtime announcer, either owned or co-owned that station and was fairly visible especially in the station's early days. Good question...the paper didn't really indicate ABC's newscast, but listed CBS as "Walter Cronkite" and NBC as "Huntley-Brinkley". 2 KNXT-CBS Los Angeles Morning 7:00 2 Captain Kangaroo 8:00 2 CBS News Was CBS News from 8-9 (with a couple of local holes) the same thing as was fed from 7-8 ET, or perhaps a left coast update? I'm wondering why this show and the Captain were flipped--was it like this on the CBS Pacific net or just on KNXT? Re KMIR: IIRC, Don Wilson, Jack Benny's longtime announcer,

either owned or co-owned that station and was fairly visible especially in the station's early days. ...I don't think Wilson actually co-owned KMIR, but he was convinced by management to come out of retirement to host a late afternoon chat show, "Town Talk," during his last years. I believe KMIR was also where Alex Dreier went when he left KTTV and started doing acting jobs in movies and TV... At this point in KNBC's history, their afternoon movie show had already adopted the Movie 4 title (as in use in that time slot since fall 1966) that had already been in use at sister stations WNBC-TV New York and WRC-TV Washington, DC since the late 1950's. Its former host, Tom Frandsen (under whom the program had been Frandsen's Feature) had gone on to his own stand-alone program at this point, Tom Frandsen / F.Y.I. Meanwhile, I.I.N.M., KABC's late afternoon/early evening movie show was already called The 6 O'Clock Movie (as it would be through September 1971). And it seems that the Los Angeles market was the only case of Mike Douglas airing on all three network O&O's at one time or another (KABC at the time of this listing, then KNBC and finally KNXT). Not even Chicago or New York could claim that. And it seems that the Los Angeles market was the only case of Mike Douglas airing on all three network O&O's at one time or another (KABC at the time of this listing, then KNBC and finally KNXT). Not even Chicago or New York could claim that. If I'm not mistaken, I believe at one point (looking back at some of the old listings here), KTLA even carried the Douglas show. It's kinda likened to the original People's Court, where every VHF station in town (except KNBC) carried Judge Wapner and friends. What time did Channel 7 carry Peter Jennings? KABC was in 3rd place for news, so they counter-programmed 2 and 4, which competed with each other. So the local "Channel 7 News Hour" ran from 4:30 to 5:30 - with the ABC network news from 5:30 - 6:00. I don't believe Jennings was the anchor yet - it was probably Howard K. Smith in those days, but I can't recall for sure...my parents were Cronkite viewers. BTW - I believe KABC's local anchor at this time was still Baxter Ward, who quit a few years later for a career in politics. He was an LA County Supervisor. Retro: Eastern Virginia Thursday, May 18, 1978 From TV Guide, Eastern Virginia Edition: WTAR (WTKR) Ch. 3 Norfolk (CBS) 6:10 Down To Earth 6:15 These Things We Share 6:30 Not For Women Only (Part 4 on sex education focuses on menopause and sex; guests are authors Barbara Seaman and Helen Kaplan.) 7 AM CBS News (Lesley Stahl/Richard Threlkeld) 8 AM Captain Kangaroo (guest is James Broderick of "Family") 9 AM Dick Lamb (local talk show) 10 AM Donahue 10:30 Price Is Right 11:30 Love Of Life

11:55 CBS News (Douglas Edwards) 12 N Young And The Restless 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM People, Places And Things 1:30 As The World Turns 2:30 Guiding Light 3:30 All In The Family 4 PM Match Game '78 4:30 Merv Griffin (Burt Reynolds, Dom DeLuise, Sally Field) 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News (Walter Cronkite) 7 PM Cross-Wits (Jamie Farr, Joanna Barnes, Nancy Kulp, Gordon MacRae) 7:30 Price Is Right 8 PM Waltons 9 PM Festival Of The Stars: Mexico (Suzanne Somers, John Ritter, and Ricardo Montalban host from various locations in Mexico-three ABC stars on a CBS program, imagine--performers include Samantha Sang, Roy Clark with the Mexico State Symphony Orchestra, Rita Moreno, Freddy Fender, Barbara Eden, Bert Convy, Gary Collins and Mary Ann Mobley, Steve Allen, Rip Taylor, Jamie Lee Curtis, Jerry Stiller and Anne Meara, the mime troupe Mummenschanz, the Ballet Folklorico, and 500 mariachis.) 11 PM News 11:30 M*A*S*H 12:05 CBS Movie: "Cry Panic" WHSV Ch. 3 Harrisonburg (NBC/ABC) 6:30 Virginia Farmer (I'm assuming this is a farm show and not someone's name.) 7 AM Good Morning America 9 AM PTL Club 10 AM Card Sharks 10:30 Hollywood Squares (Gary Burghoff, Cathy Lee Crosby, Erik Estrada, George Gobel, Rose Marie, Roger Miller, Connie Stevens, McLean Stevenson, Paul Lynde) 11 AM Happy Days 11:30 Family Feud 12 N $20,000 Pyramid (Robert Klein, Jo Anne Worley) 12:30 Ryan's Hope 1 PM All My Children 2 PM One Life To Live 3 PM General Hospital 4 PM Edge Of Night 4:30 Muppet Show (guest: John Cleese) 5 PM Space: 1999 6 PM News 6:30 ABC News (Harry Reasoner/Barbara Walters) 7 PM Laredo 8 PM Welcome Back, Kotter 8:30 Operation Petticoat 9 PM Barney Miller 9:30 Fish 10 PM Baretta 11 PM News 11:30 Starsky & Hutch

12:40 Toma 1:50 News WTVR Ch. 6 Richmond (CBS) 6 AM Summer Semester: "U.S. Foreign Policy" 6:30 Virginia Today 7 AM CBS News 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Donahue (guest: Ringo Starr) 10 AM Pass The Buck 10:30 Price Is Right 11:30 Love Of Life 11:55 CBS News 12 N Richmond Today 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM Young And The Restless 1:30 As The World Turns 2:30 Guiding Light 3:30 All In The Family 4 PM Match Game '78 4:30 Three Stooges 5 PM Gilligan's Island 5:30 Get Smart 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News 7 PM News 7:30 Hollywood Squares (Ernest Borgnine, Gary Burghoff, Vikki Carr, Phyllis Diller, George Gobel, Earl Holliman, Tony Randall, Stella Stevens, Paul Lynde) 8 PM Waltons 9 PM Festival Of The Stars: Mexico 11 PM News 11:30 M*A*S*H 12:05 CBS Movie: "Cry Panic" WXEX (WRIC) Ch. 8 Petersburg-Richmond (ABC) 6:30 Romper Room 7 AM Good Morning America 9 AM 700 Club 10 AM F.Y.I. (local magazine show) 11 AM Happy Days 11:30 Family Feud 12 N $20,000 Pyramid 12:30 Ryan's Hope 1 PM All My Children 2 PM One Life To Live 3 PM General Hospital 4 PM Edge Of Night 4:30 Merv Griffin (same as WTAR/WTKR) 6 PM News 6:30 ABC News 7 PM Mary Tyler Moore 7:30 Odd Couple 8 PM Welcome Back, Kotter

8:30 Operation Petticoat 9 PM Barney Miller 9:30 Fish 10 PM Baretta 11 PM News 11:30 The Rookies 12:30 Big Valley 1:30 News WAVY Ch. 10 Norfolk (NBC) 5:50 News 6 AM Yoga For Health 6:30 Arthur Smith 7 AM Today (Quebec premier Rene Levesque; the cast of the Broadway musical "Ain't Misbehavin'") 9 AM Dinah! 10:30 Hollywood Squares 11 AM High Rollers 11:30 Wheel Of Fortune 12 N Mike And Lynn 'Roundabout Tidewater 1 PM Card Sharks 1:30 Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 4 PM The Archies 4:30 Beverly Hillbillies 5 PM My Three Sons 5:30 The Rookies 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News (John Chancellor/David Brinkley) 7 PM Joker's Wild 7:30 Family Feud 8 PM NBC Movie: "The Beasts Are In The Streets" (liveaction Hanna-Barbera produced drama about animals inadvertently let loose when a truck crashes through a preserve) 10 PM Operation: Runaway (last show) 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show (Eubie Blake, Bert Convy) 1 AM Tomorrow (media critic Nora Ephron discusses her book "Scribble Scrabble") 2 AM News 2:10 Yoga For Health WWBT Ch. 12 Richmond (NBC) 6:40 Virginia Alamanac/News 7 AM Today 9 AM Movie: "A Night To Remember" (not the 1953 docudrama about the sinking of the Titanic but a minor 1943 mystery about a mystery writer who finds a corpse in his Greenwich Village apartment) 11 AM High Rollers 11:30 Wheel Of Fortune 12 N Sanford And Son 12:30 Gong Show

1 PM For Richer, For Poorer 1:30 Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 4 PM Emergency One! 5 PM The Lucy Show 5:30 Green Acres 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News 7 PM Liars Club (Betty White, Jack Albertson, magician Peter Pit, Larry Hovis) 7:30 Newlywed Game 8 PM NBC Movie: "The Beasts Are In The Streets" 10 PM Operation: Runaway 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show 1 AM Tomorrow WVEC Ch. 13 Norfolk (ABC) 6:30 Lidsville 7 AM Good Morning America 9 AM Happy Days (day-behind from 11 AM) 9:30 Movie: "Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye" 11:30 Midday (visits to local nursing homes) 12:30 Ryan's Hope 1 PM All My Children 2 PM One Life To Live 3 PM General Hospital 4 PM Edge Of Night 4:30 Emergency One! 5:30 News 6 PM ABC News 6:30 Movie: "Love Hate Love" 8 PM Welcome Back, Kotter 8:30 Operation Petticoat 9 PM Barney Miller 9:30 Fish 10 PM Baretta 11 PM News 11:30 Starsky & Hutch 12:40 Toma 1:50 News WHRO Ch. 15 Norfolk (PBS) In-school programs until 3:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 4 PM Sesame Street 5 PM Zoom 5:30 Electric Company 6 PM Art America 6:30 Over Easy (Milton Berle; legal rights in marriage and common-law relationships) 7 PM MacNeil/Lehrer Report

7:30 Dick Cavett (Vincent Price performs scenes from his one-man show about Oscar Wilde, "Diversions & Delights.") 8 PM Once Upon A Classic ("Robin Hood," part 1 of 12) 8:30 In Search Of The Real America (Ben Wattenberg tries to show that world population is not exceeding its resources.) 9 PM World (the student riots in France in May 1968) 10 PM Forsyte Saga sign off 11 PM WCVE Ch. 23 Richmond (PBS) 8:30 Sesame Street 9:30 In-school programs 10 AM Electric Company 10:30 In-school programs 3 PM Electric Company 3:30 Characteristics Of Learning Disabilities 4 PM Sesame Street 5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 5:30 Electric Company 6 PM Zoom 6:30 Over Easy 7 PM Art America 7:30 MacNeil/Lehrer Report 8 PM Once Upon A Classic 8:30 What Is Cancer? (breast-cancer detection) 9 PM Women's Right To Know (continues the discussion of breast cancer and how to give a self-examination) 9:30 Spelling Bee (this brings back memories: I took part in the Norfolk Ledger-Star spelling bee in 1967 but lost in the local finals to a kid from Smithfield, VA, with two years' experience advantage on me--here, Richmond-area kids get their shot at the National Spelling Bee) 10 PM Our Mutual Friend (Part 5) sign off 11 PM WYAH (WGNT) Ch. 27 Portsmouth (Ind.) 5:45 Ross Bagley (gospel music) 6:45 News 7 AM Lone Ranger 7:30 Popeye 'n Bugs Bunny 8:30 Leave It To Beaver 9 AM Big Valley (Sajid Khan of "Maya" guest stars) 10 AM 700 Club 11:30 Manna 12 N Acts 29 12:30 Marcus Welby, M.D. (guest: Joseph Campanella) 1:30 Hazel 2 PM New Zoo Revue 2:30 Little Rascals/Our Gang 3 PM Flintstones 3:30 Fred Flintstone & Friends 4 PM Monkees 4:30 Gilligan's Island 5 PM Brady Bunch

5:30 Partridge Family 6 PM Dick Van Dyke 6:30 I Love Lucy 7 PM Gomer Pyle, USMC 7:30 Hogan's Heroes 8 PM Andy Griffith 8:30 Doris Day 9 PM 700 Club 10:30 Manna 11 PM Good News 11:30 Movie: "Diplomatic Courier" WVIR Ch. 29 Charlottesville (NBC) 7 AM Today 9 AM Charlottesville Today 9:30 PTL Club 11:30 Wheel Of Fortune 12 N Sanford And Son 12:30 High Rollers 1 PM For Richer, For Poorer 1:30 Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 4 PM Mike Douglas (co-host Anson Williams; Erin Moran, comedian Freddie Roman, Robert Redford's wife Lola (a consumer advocate), Brook Benton, singer Lorrie Mahaffey) 5:30 Gong Show 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News 7 PM Donahue (same as Ch. 6) 8 PM NBC Movie: "The Beasts Are In The Streets" 10 PM Operation: Runaway 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show Ch. 29 did not carry "Tomorrow" but did carry "The Midnight Special" on Fridays. WVPT Ch. 51 Harrisonburg (PBS) 8 AM Hodgepodge Lodge 8:30 Over Easy (Gray Panthers leader Maggie Kuhn; Richard Brooks, director of "Looking For Mr. Goodbar") 9 AM In-school programs 3 PM Lilias, Yoga And You 3:30 Villa Alegre 4 PM Sesame Street 5 PM Grand Poultry Parade (taped yesterday in Harrisonburg; Elizabeth Taylor was grand marshal) 7 PM MacNeil/Lehrer Report 7:30 Wonderful World Of Country Music (first of eight shows hosted by Leroy Van Dyke; guests are Don Williams, Barbara Fairchild, and Linda Hart) 8 PM Once Upon A Classic 8:30 In Search Of The Real America

9 PM World 10 PM Our Mutual Friend 11 PM Black Perspective On The News sign off 11:30 PM Retro: Shreveport/Monroe/Alexandria/Tyler Fri, Oct 20, 1995 from TV Guide-Shreveport/Texarkana edition 3 KTBS-ABC Shreveport 4 KDFW-Fox Dallas 5 KALB-NBC Alexandria 5* KXAS-NBC Fort Worth 6 KTAL-NBC Texarkana/Shreveport 7 KLTV-ABC Tyler/Longview 8 KNOE-CBS Monroe/West Monroe 8* WFAA-ABC Dallas 9 KTRE-ABC Lufkin/Nacogdoches 10 KTVE-NBC El Dorado 11 KTVT-CBS Fort Worth 12 KSLA-CBS Shreveport 13 KLTM-PBS Monroe/West Monroe 13* KERA-PBS Dallas 14 KARD-Fox Monroe/West Monroe 19 KLSB-NBC Lufkin/Nacogdoches 24 KLTS-PBS Shreveport 25 KLPA-PBS Alexandria 31 KLAX-ABC Alexandria 33 KMSS-Fox Shreveport 39 KXTX-Ind Dallas 51 KFXK-Fox/UPN Tyler/Longview 56 KETK-NBC Tyler/Longview (TVG's UPN ads also mention a ch 45 that wasn't listed-was that in Shreveport?) Morning 5:00 3 ABC World News This Morning 4 Bloomberg Business News 5-6-56 NBC News Nightside 5* News 7-9-14 This Morning's Business 8-12 CBS Morning News 8* Headline News 11 CBS News Up to the Minute 31 Home Shopping Spree 33 Mutant League 39 Infomercials 51 Dinosaurs 5:30 4-5* News 5-6-56 NBC News at Sunrise 7-9 Headline News 8 Fishing the West 8*-31 ABC World News This Morning

10 First Business 11 CBS Morning News 12 Rush Limbaugh 13-24-25 ComputerWorks 14 Aladdin 19 Ag Day 33 Flintstones 51 Goof Troop 6:00 3-4-5*-8*-11 News 5 Jambalaya 6 Texas Country Reporter 7-9 Farm & Ranch News 8 Good Morning Ark-La-Miss 10-19-56 Rush Limbaugh 12 CBS This Morning 13-24-25 ComputerWorks 13* Morning Business Report 14 Gargoyles 33 Goof Troop 39 Faith 20 51 Bonkers 6:15 13* Stretching for Life 6:30 6-56 News 7-9 Daybreak 10-19 NBC News at Sunrise 13-24-25 Morning Business Report 13* Sesame Street 14 Mutant League 31 Headline News 33 Lion King's Timon & Pumbaa 39 Nick News 51 Aladdin 7:00 3-7-8*-9-31 Good Morning America (guest David Brinkley) 5-5*-6-10-19-56 Today 11 CBS This Morning 13-24-25 Barney & Friends 14 Bobby's World 33 Aladdin 39 Benny Hinn 51 Gargoyles 7:30 13-24-25 Shining Time Station 13* Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 14 Cubhouse 33-51 Bobby's World 39 Kenneth Copeland

8:00 4 News 8 CBS This Morning 12 Sally Jessy Raphael (dominating husbands) 13-24-25 Sesame Street 13* KidSongs 14 Infomercial 33 Bonkers 39 Life in the Word 51 Highlander: The Animated Series 8:30 13* Lamb-Chop's Play-Along! 14 Doogie Howser, MD 33 VR Troopers 39 Life Today 51 Littlest Pet Shop 9:00 3-4-7-9-10 Regis & Kathie Lee 5 In the Heat of the Night 5* Danny! (appeal of Northern and Southern women) 6 Tempestt (surprise makeovers) 8* Good Morning Texas 11 Matlock 12 Phil Donahue 13-24-25 Puzzle Place 13* Sesame Street 14 Rolonda (people who disapprove of their mom's lifestyles) 19-56 Gordon Elliott (physical attraction based on body hair) 31 Jenny Jones 33 George & Alana 39 700 Club 51 Montel Williams (breast cancer) 9:30 13-24-25 Storytime 10:00 3 Maury Povich 4-19-56 George & Alana 5-10-39 Leeza 5* Carnie (sexiest housewife contest) 6 Ricki Lake (wanting to lose weight) 7-8*-9 Mike & Maty (guests Linda Lavin and Eva La Rue) 8-11-12 Price is Right 13-24-25 Lamb Chop's Play-Along! 13* Barney & Friends 14-33 Gabrielle (artificial insemination) 31 Geraldo (celebs in the news) 51 Jenny Jones 10:30 8* Loving 13-24-25 Mister Roger's Neighborhood

11:00 3-51 Carnie 4 Phil Donahue 5-10-39 Leeza (TVG had it listed at 10 and 11) 5* Maury Povich 6 Married...with Children 7-9-31 Who's the Boss? 8-11-12 Young & the Restless 13-24-25 Barney & Friends 13* Wishbone 14 Tempestt 19-56 Jerry Springer (guest updates) 33 Danny! 11:30 6 Ark-La-Tex Today 7-9-31 Loving 13-24-25 Shining Time Station 13* Puzzle Place Afternoon noon 3-7-9-31 All My Children 4-5-5*-8-8*-12 News 6-10-19-56 Days of Our Lives 11 Cosby Show 13-24-25 Instructional Programs 13* Frugal Gourmet 14 Jenny Jones 33 Mark Walberg (rumors) 39 Movie "Fatal Woman" 51 Gabrielle 12:30 4 Golden Girls 5 Days of Our Lives 5* Court TV: Inside America's Courts 8-11-12 Bold & the Beautiful 13* Today's Gourmet 1:00 3-7-8*-9-31 One Life to Live 4 Geraldo 5* Days of Our Lives 6-10-19-56 Another World 8-11-12 As the World Turns 13* In Search of the Dead 14 Baywatch 33 Here's Life 51 Infomercials 1:30 5 Another World 2:00 3-7-8*-9-31 General Hospital

4 Gabrielle 5* Another World 6-19-56 Leeza 8-11-12 Guiding Light 10 Inside Edition 13-24-25 Sesame Street 13* Nova (exploring the mysteries of Venus, including footage from the Magellan spacecraft) 14 Step by Step 33 Kenneth Copeland 39 Hogan's Heroes 51 Cubhouse 2:30 5 Ricki Lake 10 American Journal 14-51 Taz-Mania 33 Cubhouse 39 Bewitched 3:00 3-5* Jenny Jones 4 Mark Walberg 5 A Current Affair 7-9 American Journal 8 Maury Povich 8* Jeopardy! 10-19-56 Ricki Lake 11 Blossom 12 Montel Williams 13-24-25 Reading Rainbow 13* Trailside 14-51 X-Men 31 Headline News 33 Taz-Mania 39 Happy Days 3:30 5 Oprah Winfrey 6 Hard Copy 7-9 Jeopardy! 8* American Journal 11 Full House 13-24-25 Wishbone 13* Reading Rainbow 14-51 Batman & Robin 33 X-Men 39 Doogie Howser, MD 4:00 3-19-56 America's Most Wanted: Final Justice 4 Sally Jessy Raphael 5*-8 Montel Williams 6 Baywatch 7-8*-9-10-12 Oprah Winfrey 11 Roseanne 13-24-25 Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego?

13* Barney & Friends 14-51 Mighty Morphin Power Rangers 33 Batman & Robin 39 A Different World 4:30 3-5 Jeopardy! 11 Day & Date 13-24-25 Bill Nye the Science Guy 13* Sesame Street 14 Roseanne 19-56 Cops (Washington state) 33 Mighty Morphin Power Rangers 39 Rescue 911 51 Blossom 5:00 3-4-5-5*-7-8-8*-9-10-12-56 News 6 Real Stories of the Highway Patrol 13-24-25 Learn to Read 14 Cosby Show 19-39 Rescue 911 31 A Current Affair 33 Full House 51 Fresh Prince of Bel Air 5:30 3-7-8*-9-31 ABC World News Tonight 5-5*-6-10-19-56 NBC Nightly News 8-11-12 CBS Evening News 13-24-25 Nightly Business Report 13* Wishbone 14 Fresh Prince of Bel Air 33 Family Matters 39 Top Cops 51 Full House Evening 6:00 3-4-5-5*-6-7-8-8*-9-10-11-12-31-56 News 13-24-25 MacNeil-Lehrer NewsHour (Robert MacNeil's final show) 13* Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego? 14 Simpsons 19 Coach 33 Fresh Prince of Bel Air 39 Real Stories of the Highway Patrol 51 Home Improvement 6:30 3 Coach 4 Hard Copy 5-6-7-8-8*-9 Wheel of Fortune 5*-12 Inside Edition 10 Jeopardy! 11 Extra 13* Bill Nye the Science Guy

14 Home Improvement 19-56 Entertainment Tonight 31 Headline News 33-51 Simpsons 39 Top Cops 7:00 3-7-8*-9-31 Family Matters 4-14-33-51 Strange Luck 5-5*-6-19-56 Unsolved Mysteries (premiere of the 6th season) 8-11-12 Dweebs 10 How to Prevent a Heart Attack 13-24-25 Lousiana: The State We're In (election eve coverage included Constitutional amendments on the ballot and Governor candidates pushing for runoff sports) 13* Washington Week in Review 39 Danny! 7:30 3-7-8*-9-31 Boy Meets World 8-11-12 Bonnie Hunt 13-13*-24-25 Wall Street Week 8:00 3-7-8*-9-31 Step by Step 4-14-33-51 X-Files 5-5*-6-10-19-56 Dateline NBC 8-11-12 Picket Fences 13-24-25 Washington Week in Review 13* Baseball "The Shot Heard 'Round the World" (7th inning, covering 1950-1960) 39 Maury Povich 8:30 3-7-8*-9-31 Hangin' with Mr. Cooper 13-24-25 McLaughlin Group 9:00 3-7-8*-9-31 20/20 4 News 5-5*-6-10-19-56 Homicide: Life on the Street (premiere, season #4) 8-11-12 American Gothic 13-24-25 Challengers '96 (premiere, Ken Bode hosts this 4-part series of interviews with Republican Presidential candidates) 14 Outer Limits 33 Home Improvement 39 Montel Williams 51 Star Trek: Deep Space Nine 9:30 33 Step by Step 9:45 4 Sports 4 Texas 10:00 3-4-5-5*-6-7-8-8*-9-10-11-12-31-56 News 13-24-25 Movie "A Rumor of War" (conclusion)

14 Seinfeld 19 Murphy Brown 33 Home Improvement 39 Carnie 51 Married...with Children 10:30 13* MacNeil-Lehrer NewsHour 14 Cops 33 Entertainment Tonight 51 High School Football: Lee v Lufkin, same-day tape 10:35 3-7-9 Cheers 4 Baywatch 5-5*-6-10-19-56 Tonight Show (guests Cindy Crawford, Lyle Lovett, and Nancy Travis) 8-11-12 Late Show (guest Sigourney Weaver, Steely Dan, and Darrell Hammond) 8*-31 ABC News Nightline 11:00 14 A Current Affair 33 Rescue 911 39 Jenny Jones 11:05 3-7-9 M*A*S*H 8* Entertainment Tonight 31 Point After 11:30 13* New Red Green 14-33 Hitchhiker 11:35 3 ABC News Nightline 4 Jerry Springer 5-6-10 Late Night with Conan O'Brien (guest Anna Nicole Smith) 5* Real Stories of the Highway Patrol 7-9 Football Scoreboard 8 Coach 8* Rolonda 11-12-19-56 Seinfeld 31 Movie "Missing Persons" 11:45 13-24-25 Jack Horkheimer: Star Hustler 11:55 7-9 ABC News Nightline (at 11:35 the rest of the week) Late Night midnight 13* Sneak Previews 14 Star Trek: The Next Generation 33 Richard Bey 39 Outer Limits

12:05 3 LAPD 5* Late Night with Conan O'Brien 8 Married...with Children 11 Cheers 12 American Journal 19-56 Rush Limbaugh 12:25 7-9 LAPD 12:30 13* Movie "Teenagers from Outer Space" (bw) 12:35 3 Stephanie Miller 4 Richard Bey 5-10 Friday Night 6 Northern Exposure 8 Entertainment Tonight 8* News 11-12 Late Late Show 19-56 Late Night with Conan O'Brien 12:55 7-9 Stephanie Miller 1:00 14-51 Infomercial 33 Movie "The Borrower" 39 News 1:05 5* Friday Night 8 Siskel & Ebert 1:10 8* Infomercial 1:30 14 Real Stories of the Highway Patrol 51 Pointman 1:35 3 Carnie 4-11 News 5 Real Stories of the Highway Patrol 6 Top Cops 8 Mystery Science Theater Hour 12 Extra 31 Hercules: The Legendary Journeys 39 Infomercials 56 Tempestt 1:40

8* Entertainment Tonight 1:55 7-9 In Concert (Lynyrd Skynyrd in concert; appearances by Motorhead, Bad Company, and Foreigner; interview with Mick Jones) 2:00 14 Gordon Elloiott 2:05 5 Roseanne 5* NBC News Nightside (to 5:30) 11 Night Court 12 Lauren Hutton and... (guest Mekhi Phifer) 2:10 4 Movie "The Inspector General" 8* Lauren Hutton and... 2:25 7-9 News 2:30 11 Empty Nest 51 Montel Williams 2:35 3 Roseanne 5 NBC News Nightside (to 5:30) 8 Beyond Reality 31 Xena: Warrior Princess 56 News 2:40 8* In Concert 3:00 11 Jeffersons 14 Richard Bey 33 Movie "Eating Raoul" 3:05 3 In Concert 8 The Extraordinary 39 Bonanza 3:10 8* Mystery Science Theater Hour 56 NBC News Nightside (to 5:30) 3:30 11 Growing Pains 51 Jenny Jones 3:35 31 Home Shopping Spree (to 5:30)

4:00 4 Headline News (to 5:00) 11 Movie: TBA (to 6:00) 14 Night Court 4:05 8 Wyatt Earp: Return to Tombstone (colorized "featurization" of clips from The Life and Legend of Wyatt Earp, which aired on ABC from 1955 to 1961; to 6:00) 39 Wild Wild West (to 5:00) 4:10 8* Headline News (to 5:00) 4:30 14 Infomercial 51 Empty Nest Retro: Central & Southern Indiana/Eastern Illinois Sat, May 19, 1979 from TV News 2 WTWO-NBC Terre Haute 3 WCIA-CBS Champaign 4 WTTV-Ind Indianapolis 6 WRTV-NBC Indianapolis 7 WTVW-ABC Evansville 8 WISH-CBS Indianapolis 9 WGN-Ind Chicago 10 WTHI-CBS Terre Haute 13 WTHR-ABC Indianapolis 14 WFIE-NBC Evansville 15 WICD-NBC Champaign 17 WAND-ABC Decatur (and W68AA Danville) 18 WLFI-CBS Lafayette 20 WICS-NBC Springfield 20i WFYI-PBS Indianapolis 25 WEHT-CBS Evansville 38 WBAK-ABC Terre Haute Morning 6:00 6 Focus on Faith 14 Kentucky Afield 15-20 Agriculture USA 6:30 2 Bay City Rollers 3 Flintstones 6 Bugs Bunny 7-15-20 US Farm Report 8 A Look Inside 10 Hot Fudge 13 Agriscope 14 Farm

25 Underdog 38 Battle of the Planets 6:40 9 Five Minutes to Live By 6:45 9 News 7:00 2-6-14-15-20 Alvin & the Chipmunks 3-8-10-18-25 Popeye Hour 4 Lessons for Living 7-13-17-38 Scooby's All-Stars 9 US Farm Report 7:30 2-6-14-15-20 Fantastic Four 4 La Voz Latina 9 Daniel Boone 8:00 2-6-14-15-20 Godzilla Super 90 3-8-10-18-25 Bugs Bunny/Road Runner 4 Jerry Falwell 8:30 7-13-17-38 Challenge of the Superfriends 9 Saturday Morning Movie "Jail Busters"/"Francis in the Navy" (both bw) 9:00 4 Dialogue 20i Book Beat 9:30 2-6-14-15-20 Daffy Duck 3-8-10-18 -25Tarzan/Super Seven 4 Focus 20i Journey Into Art 10:00 2-6-14-15-20 New Fred & Barney Show 4 Citizens Forum 7-13-17-38 Fangface 20i Consumer Survival Kit 10:15 4 Hoosier Hinterland 10:30 2-6-14-15-20 Jetsons 4 Brian Bex 7-13-38 Pink Panther 17 Archies 20i Working It Out

11:00 2-6-14-15-20 Buford & the Galloping Ghost 3-8-10-18-25 Space Academy 4 Championship Wrestling 7-13-17-38 ABC Weekend Special 20i Bridge with the Experts 11:30 2-6-14-15-20 Fabulous Funnies 3-8-10-18-25 Fat Albert & the Cosby Kids 7-13-17-38 American Bandstand (guests Badfinger and Marada Michael Walden) 9 Charlando 20i Crockett's Victory Garden Afternoon noon 2 Indiana Outdoors 3 Illinois High School Girls' Gymnastics 4 Saturday Afternoon Movie "A Shot in the Dark" 6 Bugs Bunny 8-10-18 Ark II 9 Sea Hunt (bw) 14 Wild Kingdom 15-20 Consumer Buyline 20i Masterpiece Theatre "Lillie" 25 Current Comment 12:30 2 This Week in Baseball 6 Livin' for the City 7 Kids are People Too 8-10-18 CBS Children's Film Festival "Starbuck Valley Winter" 9 This Week in Baseball 13 Sha Na Na (guest Billy Crystal) 14 Gong Show 15 Assginment 15 17 Roland Martin Fishing 20 Pulse 25 Ruff House 38 Soap Factory Disco 1:00 2-6-14-15-20 Baseball: NY Yankees-Boston (alt game: Pittsburgh-Chicago Cubs) 8 Who, What, How? 9 Baseball: Pittsburgh-Chicago Cubs 10 ISU Women 13 Saturday Afternoon Movie "Let's Rock" (bw) 17 Fishing Hole 18 Magic Movie Machine 20i Garden Spot 25 $25,000 Pyramid 38 Green Acres 1:30 7 Saturday Showcase "Hanged Man" 8 Big Blue Marble

10 Face to Face 17 Movie "Crawlspace" 18 Wild Kingdom 20i Growing Together 25 Saturday Afternoon Movie "Unknown Wilderness" 38 Dick Van Dyke (bw) 2:00 4 Saturday Movie Matinee "Three Musketeers" 8 Action Movie "Journey to Shiloh" 10 Gong Show 18 Infinity Factory 20i Symphony Backstage 38 Cajun National Drag Races 2:30 10 Championship Wrestling 13 World of Survival 18 Big Blue Marble 20i Word on Words 3:00 3-18 Golf: Colonial National Invitational 7-13-17-38 ABC Wide World of Sports: US Amateur Boxing Championships/reports from the Indy 500 Time Trials 20i Facts of Life 3:30 10 Motorcycle Olympiad 20i Cinema Showcase 25 Price is Right 4:00 2 World of Survival 3-18 CBS Sports Spectacular: Mixed Pairs Gymnastics Championships (pt 5), Women's Volleyball: US-Cuba, International Amateur Boxing (pt 1) 6 Newsmakers 7-13-17-38 The Preakness horse race 8 Tarzan 9 Soul Train 10 Profile of a Champion 14 Marty Robbins' Spotlight 15-20 Next Step Beyond 20i Soccer Made in Germany 25 Andy Griffith 4:30 2 Young People's Special 4 News 6-10-25 Indianapolis 500 Time Trials 14 Pop! Goes the Country 15-20 Hee Haw Honeys 5:00 2 Hee Haw (guests Mel Tellis, Roy Head, and Gerald Smith) 3 What Do You Say?

4 In Search of... 7-13-17-38 ABC Wide World of Sports cont'd 8 News 9 Andy Griffith 14-15-20 (That Good Ole) Nashville Music 18 Lawrence Welk 20i On the Street 5:30 3-10-25 CBS Evening News 4 Racers 6 News 7 Political Program (Brown) 8 Behind the Scenes 9 My Three Sons 13 ABC World News Saturday (TV News had it listed as NBC, but I assume this was a typo) 14-15-20 NBC Nightly News 17 Last of the Wild 20i Another Voice 38 Lawrence Welk Evening 6:00 2-3-10-14-25 News 4 Disco (from the Crickets at Sheraton East) 6 Lawrence Welk (Irving Berlin tribute) 7-8-15-18-20 Hee Haw 9 Dick Van Dyke (bw) 13 Muppet Show 17 Gunsmoke 20i Springtime with Mr. Rogers 6:30 2 Pop! Goes the Country 3-14 Family Feud 9 Odd Couple 10 Wild Kingdom 13 Bonkers! 25 Name That Tune 38 Sha Na Na 7:00 2-6-14-15-20 CHiPs 3-8-10-18-25 Bad News Bears 4 Indianapolis 500 Time Trials 7-13-17-38 Love Boat (90 min) 9 Wild Kingdom 20i Once Upon a Classic "Fern the Red Deer" 7:30 3-8-10-18-25 The Hobbit 9 People to People 8:00 2-6-14-15-20 BJ & the Bear 4 Marty Robbins' Spotlight (honoring Barbara Fairchild)

9 Prime Time Movie "Fighting Seabees" (bw) 20i Royal Heritage: George IV 8:30 4 Porter Wagoner 7-13-17-38 Fantasy Island (90 min) 9:00 2-6-14-15-20 Nightengales 3-8-10-18-25 Steeltown 4 Pop! Goes the Country (guests Jerry Reed, Seidina Reed, and Dick Foller) 20i Best of Families (recalling the 1833 opening of the Brooklyn Bridge) 9:30 4 (That Good Ole) Nashville Music (guests Ronnie Prophet, Barbara Fairchild, and Con Hunley) 10:00 2-3-6-8-9-10-13-14-15-17-20-25 News 4 Best of Phil Donahue (Palms Dance Land, Dallas) 7-38 ABC News 18 Comedy Shop 20i From China to Us (Performing Arts Company of China) 10:15 7 News 17 ABC News 38 PTL Club 10:30 2-6-14-15-20 Saturday Night Live (host Maureen Stapleton, music from Linda Ronstadt and Phoebe Snow) 3 Late Show "Kelly's Heroes" 7 Big Movie "High Commissioner"/"Outcasts of Poker Flat" (2nd film in bw) 8 Late Movie (same movie as ch 3) 9 WGN Presents "A Fistful of Dollars" 10 Speedway Report 13 Saturday Night Movie "Butterflies are Free" 17 Comedy Shop 18 Don Kirshner's Rock Concert 25 Saturday Night Movie "Ulzana's Raid" 10:40 10 Dolly Parton 11:00 4 Hollywood's Finest "Vendetta for the Saint" 17 Big Valley 11:10 10 Gunsmoke 11:30 20i Long Life & Prosperity (visiting a traditional Chinese farm family) Late Night midnight

2-6 Comedy Shop 14 Bonkers! 15-20 Consumer Buyline 17 News 12:15 38 Close-Up 12:20 10 Weekend Theatre "Witness for the Prosecution" (bw) 12:25 9 Nightbeat/News 12:30 6 WRTV Movie "Drive Hard, Drive Fast" 14 Sha Na Na 15-20 People Beat 25 PTL Club 12:45 13 Saturday Night Movie "Affair in Trinidad" (bw) 38 Area Focus 12:55 9 Late Movie "Genghis Khan" 1:00 4 Championship Wrestling 15 Assignment 15 20 News 2:00 4 All-Night Movies "The Crowd Roars" (bw), followed by "Cass Timberlane" (bw) at 3:45 2:25 9 All-Nite Show 2:30 25 With This Ring Retro: Cleveland/Akron/Youngstown Mon, May 17, 1954 from TV Guide-Lake Erie edition 3 WNBK-NBC Cleveland 5 WEWS-CBS Cleveland 8 WXEL-ABC/DuMont Cleveland 27 WKBN-CBS/ABC/DuMont Youngstown 49 WAKR-ABC Akron 73 WFMJ-NBC Youngstown Morning 7:00 3-73 Today (including a film report from the location of the proposed Air Force Academy)

5-27 Morning Show (guests Ivan Sanderson and Cortez Peters) 8:55 8 Preview Corner 9:00 3 Movie "Rhythm Hits the Ice" 5 Wings of Song 8-27 Breakfast Club 73 Movie "Night Hawk" 9:30 5 Western Reserve Telecourse "Principles of Sociology" 10:00 3-73 Ding Dong School (c) 5 Arthur Godfrey Time 8 Maggie Wulff 27 Movie "Lighthouse" 10:30 3-73 One Man's Family 8 Charming Children (Marjorie Harm) 49 Army-McCarthy Hearings 10:45 3-73 Three Steps to Heaven 11:00 3-73 Home (guests Nancy Ayres (Detroit) and Donald Gossard (Richland, WA), who are getting hitched on tomorrow's Bride & Groom) 8 Alice Weston 11:30 5-27 Strike It Rich 8 Rena & Bob Afternoon noon 3-73 Bride & Groom (getting hitched: Helen Conaway (Ozone Park LI, NY) and Andrew Hargrove (Staten Island, NY)) 5 Valiant Lady 8 Treasure Party 27 News 12:15 3-73 Hawkins Fallas 5-27 Love of Life 12:30 3-73 Betty White 5-27 Search for Tomorrow 12:45 5-27 Guiding Light

1:00 3 Movie "General Spanky" 5 Women's Window (Ethel Jackson) 8-27 Brighter Day 73 News 1:15 8 Portia Faces Life 27 Home Cooking (Resch) 73 Hal's a Poppin' (Hal Fryer; starting tomorrow, Hal and Marjorie Mariner's shows would be live from the Century Foods Exposition for the week) 1:30 5 Garry Moore (celebrating show #1000) 8 Movie "Too Many Winners" 1:45 27 Movie "Paradise Isle" 2:00 5 Double or Nothing 73 Movie "Double Identity" 2:15 3 Maggi Byrne (guest: Christ Child Society National President Mrs. Gregory Weyang) 2:30 3 Art Linkletter 49 Army-McCarthy Hearings 73 Kitchen Corner (Marjorie Mariner, see note for 1pm) 2:45 3 Nancy Dixon 2:55 8 You are What You Eat 3:00 3-73 Kate Smith 5-27 Big Payoff 8 All for You (Weston; holiday entertaining plans) 3:15 8 Joe Portaro (who recently moved his show to 1630 Euclid) 3:30 5-27 Bob Crosby 8 Paul Dixon 4:00 3-73 Welcome Travelers 5 Mixing Bowl (VanCleve) 8-27 Woman with a Past 4:15 8-27 Secret Storm

4:30 3-73 On Your Account 5-27 Robert Q. Lewis 8 King Jack's Toy Box 5:00 3 Pinky Lee 5 Uncle Jake's House 8 Movie "Hawk of Powder River" 27 Grizzly Pete 49 Hinky Dinks 73 Susie Sidesaddle 5:30 3-73 Howdy Doody 49 Summer Matinee 5:45 5 News 5:50 5 Dinner Platter Evening 6:00 3 Superman 27 Rumpus Room 49-73 News 6:10 49 Social Whirl 6:30 8-73 Sports (Bob Neal on 8, Eddie Lane on 73) 49 Humbard Family 6:25 73 Weather Report 6:30 3-49 Sports (Tom Manning on 3, Wylie on 49) 5 Dorothy Fulheim (listed as news) 8 Weather (Dr. Annear) 27 News Today 73 Western Wonderland 6:40 3 Weather Vein 8 Cleveland Today 27 News at Home 6:45 3 Today's News 5 Sports Page (Graney) 8 Home with the Grahams

27 Sports (Don Gardner) 49 Custom Ranch (Woodell) 73 Industry on Parade 6:55 5-27-49 Weather (Johnny Price on 5; no name listed for 27/49) 7:00 3 Victory at Sea "The Return to Luzon" 5 Polka Time (TVG's Polka of the Week was the Dragnet Polka) 8-27 Captain Video 49 News (Fitzgibbons) 73 Woods 'n Waters 7:10 49 Scores 7:15 8 News Parade (Lang/Dudley) 27 Rambling Reporter 49 ABC News 7:30 3-73 Tony Martin (guests Margaret Whiting) 5-27 CBS News 8 Jamie 49 Chef Lorenzo 7:45 3-73 NBC News 5-27 Perry Como 8:00 3-73 Name That Tune 5 Burns & Allen 8-27 Dollar a Second 49 Sky King 8:30 3-73 Concert (soloist Patrice Munsel) 5 Talent Scouts 8 Who's the Boss? 27 Racket Squad 49 Teen "Who" Club 9:00 3-49 Dennis Day 5-27 I Love Lucy "The Golf Game" (guest star Jimy Demaret) 8-49 Junior Press Conference (guest is atomic energy expert/author Dr. Ralph Lapp, discussing the new superbomb) 9:30 3-73 Robert Montgomery Presents "Skyblock" 5-27 Red Buttons 8 Myrus 49 Boxing (from Eastern Parkway, the 10pm main event sees lightweight Orlando Zulueta (49-19-9,

6 KO) vs featherweight Percy Bassett (61-9-1, 29 KO) in a 10-round bout) 10:00 5-27 Studio One "Castles in Spain" 8 Carlings Bouts (from the St. Nick, world featherweight champ Sandy Saddler (131-12-2, 93 KO) takes on European lightweight Hoacine Khalfi (35-8-4, 12 KO)) 10:30 3 Crown Theater "The Buzzer" 73 Movie "Wrecking Crew" 10:45 8 Ring Side Interviews 11:00 3-8-27-49 News (Tom Field on 3, Warren Guthrie's Sohio Reporter on 8/27, Bill Murphy on 49) 5 Music Review (guest Bob Carroll) 11:05 3 Weather (Joe Finan) 11:10 3-49 Sports (Mulvehill on 3, Bob Wylie on 49) 8 Ted Malone (Today's Top Story) 27 News (Sid Davis) 11:15 3 Custom Inn 8 Sports (John Fitzgerald) 27 Movie "T-Men" 11:20 8 Movie "Strange Illusion" 11:30 3 Movie "Lend Me Your Husband" Late Night midnight 5-73 News 12:30 27 News 12:45 3 News Several Notes: Hal Fryar soon after this left for Indianapolis, where he became highly famous as "Harlow Hickenlooper" Marjorie Mariner was aired weekdays from 1953-well into the mid 1960's.. While WXEL was already doing part of their programming from 1630 Euclid, they would officially move there as WJW-TV in April 1956, and would remain until 1975, when they moved into their own building at 5800 S. Marginal Road..

"The Grahams" were Cleveland Browns QB Otto Graham and his wife and family.. Jack Graney(Sports Page) and Jimmy Dudley(News Parade) were early Cleveland Indians Radio Broadcasters. "Custom Inn" was hosted by Glenn Rowell, of "Gene (Carroll) and Glenn" radio fame..Carroll was Uncle Jake, kiddie host and also host of The Gene Carroll Show on WEWS-TV from 1948-72.. John Fitzgerald was at WXEL/WJW from 1952-86 as sportscaster, program host and staff announcer.. Retro: Los Angeles, Tue. September 4th, 1984 Source: TV Guide [off eBay] CHANNELS 2 KCBS Los Angeles [CBS] 3 KESQ Palm Springs, CA [ABC, listed cable channel, broadcast on Ch. 42] 4 KNBC Los Angeles [NBC] 5 KTLA Los Angeles [IND] 6 KMIR Palm Springs [NBC, cable channel, broadcast on Ch. 36] 7 KABC Los Angeles [ABC] 9 KHJ Los Angeles [IND] 11 KTTV Los Angeles [IND] 13 KCOP Los Angeles [IND] 18 KSCI Los Angeles [IND] 22 KWHY Los Angeles [IND/Business/SelecTV] 24 KVCR San Bernardino [PBS] 28 KCET Los Angeles [PBS] 34 KMEX Los Angeles [SIN] 40 KTBN Los Angeles [TBN] 50 KOCE Huntington Beach [PBS] 56 KDOC Anaheim [IND] 58 KLCS Los Angeles [PBS] 5AM 2 CBS News Nightwatch Continues 7 Faces of Culture 18 Maharishi Mahesh Yogi 40 Lester Sumrall 5:30 5 Jimmy Swaggart 7 Daybreak L.A. 11 Faith 20 40 Sermons from Science 5:45 28 50 A.M. Weather 6AM 2 2 With You 3 There is a Way 4 6 Morning Stretch

5 20 Minute Workout 7 ABC News-Bell/Sullivan 9 Meet the Mayors 11 Amazing Spider-Man 13 Romper Room and Friends 18 Market Today 22 World Chronicle 28 New Literacy 40 Kids Praise the Lord 50 It's Everybody's Business 56 Ask Washington 6:30 2 CBS News-Kurtis/Wallace 3 ABC News-Bell/Sullivan 4 6 NBC News-Connie Chung 5 Gallery 9 Youth and the Issues MADD is discussed. 11 Battle of the Planets 13 Bugs Bunny 18 Money, Money, Money 22 Yesterday's Market 28 Yoga and Mediation 40 Joy 50 Personal Finance 6:45 22 Charting the Market 7AM 2 CBS News-Kurtis/Wallace 4 6 Today-Gumbel/Pauley Scheduled: Part 1 of three assessing the U.S. armed forces. 5 700 Club 3 7 Good Morning America Scheduled: Former New York City detective Bob Leuci. 9 Froozles 11 Bugs Bunny and Porky Pig 13 Superman, Batman, Aquaman 18 Marketwatch 22 Stock Market Open 28 Hooked on Aerobics 34 Jimmy Swaggart 50 Write Course: Intro to College Composition 56 Japanese News 7:15 22 Market Update 56 Oshin 7:25 18 Morning Commodity Report 7:30 9 There is a Way

11 Plastic Man 13 Pink Panther and Friends 18 Marketwatch 22 Listen to the Expert 28 Mister Rogers 34 Noticias 40 Praise 50 Body Buddies 56 Bodies in Motion 7:45 22 Stocks in the Spotlight 7:55 18 Financial Commentary 8AM 5 Leave it to Beaver BW 9 Jim Bakker 11 Flintstones 18 Marketwatch 22 Ney Report 28 Sesame Street 34 Chapulin Colorado 50 Faces of Culture 56 Biznet News 8:15 22 Financial Commentary 8:30 5 Munsters BW 11 Woody Woodpecker 13 Fred Flintstone and Friends 22 Commodity News 34 Hoy Mismo 50 Matter of Tase 8:45 22 Telephone for Tactics 8:55 18 Morning Commodity Report 9AM 2 $25,000 Pyramid Scheduled: Earl Holliman. 3 Phil Donahue Topic: teen-agers who have left home at their parents' request. 4 6 Facts of Life Tootie is dismayed when the light of her life wants her to help him cheat on exams. Jeff: Todd Hollowell. 5 Munsters BW 7 AM Los Angeles Scheduled: Resale designer clothing in thrift shops. [Live] 9 MMLA

Scheduled guest: author Judith Levy ["Grandmother Remembers"], who talks about National Grandparents Day. [Live] 11 Incredible Hulk 13 Great Space Coaster 18 Marketwatch 22 Financial News 28 Sesame Street 50 Reading Rainbow 56 What's My Line 9:15 22 Income Report 9:25 18 Republic Corp 9:30 2 Press Your Luck 4 6 Sale of the Century 5 Partridge Family 13 Bewitched 18 Marketwatch 22 From the Trading Floor 50 Electric Company 56 Comin Alive-June Miller 9:45 22 Focus on Business 10AM 2 Price is Right 4 6 Wheel of Fortune 5 Gidget 3 7 Family Feud [celebrity] The Ryans ["Ryan's Hope"] vs. the Buchanans ["One Life to Live"]. 11 Mission: Impossible 13 Andy Griffith BW 18 Marketwatch 22 Commodity Comments 24 Mister Rogers 28 Powerhouse 34 Mundo Latino 50 Magic of Decorative Painting 56 Movie BW "The Story of Molly X." [1949] June Havoc as a gangster's widow who sets out to avenge her husband's murder. 10:15 22 Portfolio Strategies 10:30 4 6 Scrabble 5 Rifleman BW 3 7 Loving 9 Movie BW "That Kind of Woman." [1959] World War II romance about a kept woman [Sophia Loren] and a

paratrooper [Tab Hunter] who meet on a New York-bound train. 13 Adam-12 18 Marketwatch 22 Planning Your Future 24 Cloud Danger 28 50 Reading Rainbow 40 Jimmy Swaggart 10:45 22 Commodity Digest 11AM 2 Young and the Restless 4 6 Diff'rent Strokes Willis claims he knows CPR, then is required to use it to save a life. 5 Bonanza 3 7 Family Feud [regular] 11 Entertainment Tonight 13 Adam-12 22 Financial News 28 50 Electric Company 34 Buenos Dias, Isabel 40 James Robison 11:15 22 Making Money 11:25 18 Tomorrow's Futures Today 11:30 4 6 Search for Tomorrow 3 7 Ryan's Hope 11 Southern California Midday 13 You Are There BW 18 Marketwatch 22 News and Commodities 24 Electric Company 28 Sesame Street 40 Faith Line 50 Calligraphy with Ken Brown 11:45 22 Business News 12PM 2 Body Language 4 6 Days of Our Lives 5 Twilight Zone BW 3 7 All My Children 13 Movie [question: By 1984 was KCOP still running the same 12 movies over and over?] "Sunrise at Campobello." [1960] Dore Schary's fine adaption of his hit Broadway play about Franklin D. Roosevelt's fight against polio in 1921. Raplh Bellamy. 18 Marketwatch 22 Commodity Guide 24 Reading Rainbow

50 Magic of Water Colors 56 News 12:15 22 Financial News 12:30 2 As the World Turns 5 Twilight Zone BW 9 Ironside 11 CNN Headline News 18 Marketwatch 22 Commodity Report 24 Hutterites 28 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 40 Joy 50 Slim Cuisine 56 Best of Hot Seat 12:45 22 To Be Announced 12:55 18 Entrepreneur's Marketplace 1PM 4 6 Another World 5 Hour Magazine Mason Reese; Ann Miller; verbal harassment of women; fashion. Host: Gary Collins. 3 7 One Life to Live 11 Breakaway Scheduled: Actress Sandahl Bergman; accupuncture. 18 Moneytalk Scheduled: Trading techniques are offered. 22 Gold and Silver Forecast 28 Matinee at the Bijou 34 Eduardo II 50 Portraits in Pastel 56 Hot Seat Hot Line-Wally George 1:15 22 Commodity Eye Opener 1:30 2 Capitol 9 News 22 Charting the Market 24 Presente! 40 Lester Sumrall 50 Magic of Floral Painting 56 Broken Arrow 2PM 2 Guiding Light 4 6 Santa Barbara 5 Starsky & Hutch

3 7 General Hospital 9 Gong Show 11 Bugs Bunny and Porky Pig 13 Superman BW 18 Estefania 22 Video 22 Prince ["When Doves Cry."] [was this music videos?] 24 Magic of Animal and Landscape Painting 34 Los Angeles Ahora 40 Praise the Lord 50 Magic of Floral Painting 56 Marshal Dillon BW 2:30 9 Dating Game 11 Woody Woodpecker 13 Casper 24 Do-It-Yourself Show 28 Good Neighbors 34 Amor Nunca Muere 50 Magic of Oil Painting 56 Marshal Dillon 3PM 2 Barney Miller 4 Phil Donahue Topic: "Sexual Abuse of Children: A National Crisis." Guest: Sen. Paula Hawkins [R-Fla.]. 5 Family 6 He-Man and the Masters of the Universe 3 7 Edge of Night 9 Newlywed Game 11 Plastic Man 13 Inspector Gadget 18 El Juego de La Vida 24 Yan Can Cook 28 Project Universe 34 Guadalupe 50 Mister Rogers 56 Man in a Suitcase 3:30 2 Barnaby Jones 3 Quincy 6 Movie BW "Sylvia Scarlett." [1935] Strange, arresting and almost allegorical tale of vagabond thieves, with Katharine Hepburn masquerading as a boy most of the time. Jimmy: CAry Grant. 7 3-3-0 Scheduled: A couple that was reunited after separation during the Holocaust. Host: Steve Edwards. [Live] 9 Love Connection 11 Woody Woodpecker 13 Blackstar 24 Justin Wilson's Louisiana Cookin' 28 American Story To 1876 50 Electric Company

3:55 18 Noticias 4PM 4 7 News 5 Little House on the Prairie Laura's new pet is an ornery, omnivorous billy goat that she can neither keep nor give away. 9 What's Happening!! 11 Amazing Spider-Man 13 Superfriends 18 Entre Amigos 24 Mister Rogers 28 Sesame Street 34 Chispa De Amor 40 Joy to the World 50 Evening at Pops 56 Donna Reed BW 58 America Works Topic: improving the quality of American-made products to compete with foreign imports. 4:05 40 Always Abounding 4:10 40 The Word 4:15 40 TBN Today 4:30 2 News 3 Hawaii Five-O 9 What's Happening!! Ex-cheerleader Rerun [Fred Berry] gets a big head-and bad grades-when he becomes a football hero. Roger: Ernest Thomas. 11 Battle of the Planets 13 Kartoon Karnival 18 En Vivo 24 New Tech Times 40 One Way Game [TBN game show] 56 Dennis the Menace BW [cartoon version by DIC wasn't on until '86] 58 Sesame Street/Metropolitan Museum [special version where the gang is locked up in a museum] 5PM 2 4 7 News 5 Happy Days Again Fonzie tries something he's never tried before: going steady. 9 Video One Bananarama vs. Vanity Six; and Wham! UK vs. Adam Ant. 11 One Day at A Time 13 Bewitched Endora's helping Tabitha win prizes on a show sponsored by Darrin's client. 18 Juventud '84 24 Reading Rainbow A seaside stroll turns into a lesson in imagination.

28 Life Around Us A story of the horse. 40 Dottie Rambo's Magazine 50 Beginning Piano 56 Father Knows Best BW 5:30 3 M*A*S*H Potter unreels a western. 5 Laverne & Shirley Everyone at Fillmore High's 10-year reunion thinks Laverne & Shirley are movie stars. 6 Bewitched Samantha has trouble getting rid of an enchanted chair. Samantha: Elizabeth Montgomery. 11 Jeffersons 13 Good Times T.C.'s chances for romance with J.J. [Jimmie Walker] seem hopeless when he ignores her. 24 Sesame Street/Metropolitan Museum 28 Good Neighbors As the Goods gain notoriety, Jerry [Paul Eddington] considers what their fame can do for him. 34 Fiera 40 I Choose Life 50 Understanding Human Behavior 56 Gomer Pyle, USMC 58 Moonchild See 10PM, Ch. 28. 5:55 18 Noticias 6PM 2 3 4 5 6 7 News 5 CHiPs Jon and Ponch consider leaving the Highway Patrol. 9 Lobo Lobo [Claude Akins] and his deputies investigates a rash of house burglaries linked by the presence of a baby sitter prior to the crime. 11 Three's Company Janet is delighted when her visiting high-school chum [Elaine Giftos] shows a romantic interest in Jack. 13 Battlestar Galactica Conclusion. Adama resorts to a desperate ruse when he discovers that Sire Uri [Ray Milland] permitted half the fleet to visit the planet Carillon. Lorne Greene. 18 La Verdadera Eva 28 Nightly Business Report Guest commentator: Lester Thurow. 34 Noticias 40 Shockwaves of Armageddon 50 Oceanus: The Marine Environment 56 Dick Van Dyke BW Conclusion. Don Rickles guest stars as the gang entertains at a prison. 6:30 3 ABC News-Peter Jennings 6 NBC News-Tom Brokaw 11 Alice Jolene's hair is standing on end; a cat burglar is prowling her neighborhood. Celia Weston.

24 Soundboard Composer-inventor Emmett Chatman performs works on the "stick," a new type of string instrument. 28 Macneil/Lehrer NewsHour Simulcast on KUSC 91.5 Los Angeles, and KCPB 91.1 Thousand Oaks. 34 Noticiero SIN 40 The Answer 50 Humanities Through the Arts 56 Dick Van Dyke BW Jack Carter guest stars as Rob's boyhood buddy. Rob: Dick Van Dyke. 58 Rewiring Your World A discussion of "Winners and Losers in the Information Age," produced by the Communications Workers of America in 1983 during the UN's "World Communications Year." Since there is a lot of listings, 7PM and later will be in another post [to make sure I don't hit 18,000.] -crainbebo 7PM and later 7PM 2 CBS News-Dan Rather 3 M*A*S*H Charles [David Ogden Stiers] joins the 4077th to replace Frank Burns. 4 NBC News-Tom Brokaw 5 Love Boat A man [John Ritter] poses as a woman in order to join the cruise; a quarreling couple [Sherman Hemsley, LaWanda Page] is trapped in an elevator. 6 I Dream of Jeannie The blame for flooding an Alabama town falls on Tony's head [thanks to Jeannie]. Jeannie: Barbara Eden. 7 ABC News-Peter Jennings 9 Bionic Woman Posing as a stewardess on a charter flight, Jaime serves as bodyguard for the doctor [Martin E. Brooks] who created her bionic parts. 11 Three's Company Jack [John Ritter] caters a party for the bigwigs in Chrissy's office. J.C.: Emmaline Henry. 13 Wheel of Fortune [one week before Jeopardy! hit the air in syndication, which is almost in it's 28th season] 18 El Coralito 24 Chappy Goes To The World's Fair New Orleans TV personality Chappy Hardy offers an informal tour of the 1984 Louisiana World Exposition. 34 Leonela 40 Praise the Lord 50 Reading Rainbow See 5PM, Ch. 24. 56 That Girl 58 Pacific Profiles An episode recounting the last meeting of the 75 chiefs of various villages and provinces of Fiji. 7:30 2 2 On The Town Part 1 of two on the Bahamas includes scuba diving for sharks. 3 Barney Miller An Internal Affairs memo implies that one of the detectives is a spy.

4 Family Feud [nighttime version] 6 Entertainment Tonight Scheduled: Loni Anderson. 7 Eye on L.A. Talk-show host Wally George [from Hot Seat on KDOC 56]; endurance athletes; rags-to-riches stories. 11 WKRP In Cincinnati 13 People's Court A case involving the accuracy of a property's description in a land sale. 24 Chaos To Calm: Creating Safe Schools A look at programs designed to reduce truancy and violence. 28 Wild, Wild World of Animals A look at the hyena's social organization and methods of getting food. 50 NOVA See 8PM for details. 56 That Girl 58 Body Buddies 7:55 18 Noticias 8PM 2 AfterMASH A heat wave causes a rise in temperatures, especially in Dr. Boyer [David Ackroyd], who's steamed because he can't obtain a cooling blanket for a feverish patient. 4 6 The A-Team Revenge is the motive as, one by one, team members fall victim to mercenaries hired by foiled criminals. Hannibal: George Peppard. Kyle: Ed Lauter. 5 Movie BW "Woman of the Year." [1942] Stand-out yarn about a battle of wits between a sportswriter [SpencerTracy] and a columnist-lecturer [Katharine Hepburn]. Excellently directed by George Stevens. 3 7 ABC News Closeup "To Save Our Schools, To Save Our Children." According to a 1983 Presidental commission study, the diminishing quality of America's public-school system makes the U.S. "a Nation at risk." This three-hour assessment by correspondent Marshall Frady explains why U.S. public education gets low marks-and what can be done to raise them. In visits to schools in Arkansas, California, Maryland and Missouri, Frady interviews educators, health-care experts, researchers, parents and students to find out why Johnny and countless other youngsters can't read, write or count well. One reason stems from the fact that more and more mothers work, and are no longer at home to supervise their children's studies. These students, say Frady, often come to school "less motivated, less directed and less prepared to learn." Frady also cites a shortage of competent teachers, particularly in math and science. The good ones, he says, often leave the field because of meager pay, low prestige, heavy workloads and student indifference-factors that can also discourage potential replacements. The program also studies how drug and alcohol abuse-and too much TV watching-impair the learning process; and the problems many schools in poor neighborhoods have with understaffing, overcrowding and inadequate supplies. 9 Joker's Wild 11 Entertainment Tonight Scheduled: Loni Anderson. 13 Movie "Go Naked in the World." [1961] How Anthony Franciosa falls for shady lady Gina Lollobrigida, against Ernest Borgnine's paternal wishes. Slick soap. 18 NHK News-Japanese 24 School Violence on Call Return: The series begins its eighth season. Viewers may phone in to representatives of the San

Bernardino and Riverside school systems about the incidence of violence. 28 NOVA "Make My People Live" assesses medical care available to American Indians, who are said to suffer from "the worst health of any minority in the country." According to this report, treaties stipulate that the Government supply services, but visits to three reservations reveal inadequate facilities. 34 Chespirito 56 12 O'Clock High BW 58 Word Into Image Oscar winner Robert Towne talks about character development and writing detective movies. Also: film clips from "Chinatown" [1974; Oscar winner]. 8:30 2 Domestic Life After lecturing Harold [Christian Brackett-Zika] on the niceties of accepting social invitations, Martin [Martin Mull] must wrestle with Cliff's insistent dinner-party overtures. Cliff: Robert Ridgely. 9 Tic Tac Dough 11 PM Magazine An American rowing team competing in Britain's Henley Regatta; a Cosmopolitan-magazine parody with a cover photo of Joan Rivers. 18 KTE News-Korean 50 Sesame Street/Metropolitan Museum 58 Guitar with Frederick Noad [KLCS sign off 9PM-what the heck?!?] 8:40 18 Kumnamui Jip 9PM 2 Movie "Broken Promise" concerns a juvenile-court officer [Chris Sarandon] who faces his toughest case in a family of deserted pre-teens headed by a fiesty youngster [Melissa Michaelsen] determined that she an her siblings be adopted by one family. A 1981 TV-movie. George: George Coe. Karen: Erika Katz. 4 6 Riptide Boz's historian sister needs help proving her theory that a bullion-laden German submarine sank off the California coast during WWII. Boz: Thom Bray. 9 News 11 Merv Grifin 18 KBS News-Korean 28 Movie A 1982 study of "Little People," as dwarfs refer to themselves, includes a look at a Little People of American convention in Minnesota. 33 Maleficio 56 Alfred Hitchcock BW 9:25 18 Bongsunhwa-Korean 9:30 34 Concierto 50 MotorWeek A road test of the Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme. Also: whether the diesel-engine option fits the Ford Escort. 10PM 4 6 Remington Steele

The agency's reputation is at stake when the gems Laura and Steele were hired to transport are switched with fakes en route to their destination. Laura: Stephanie Zimbalist. Steele: Pierce Brosnan. 5 11 13 News 9 Return of the Saint The Saint [Ian Ogilvy] witnesses a murder in a sinister Italian village. 24 Soundstage A 1983 rock conert featuring the Greg Kihn Band. Songs include "Talkin' to Myself," "Higher and Higher," "Jeopardy," "Tear That City Down," "Can't Stop Hurtin' Myself." [Last show of the season.] 28 Moonchild 40 TBN Today 50 Vietnam: A Television History "Peace Is At Hand [1968-1973]" recalls the complex peace negotiations in Paris, including Henry Kissinger's "secret talks" with North Vietnamese diplomat Le Duc Tho. As the talks dragged on, the U.S. stepped up air attacks on targets in the South and the North while turning over combat responsibilities to the South Vietnamese. [KOCE sign off 11PM] 56 Boxing 10:15 40 Joy to The World 10:20 18 TV Munkakwan-Korean 40 Always Abounding 10:25 40 The Word 10:30 13 INN News-Bosh/Harper 34 24 Horas 40 Together in Love 11PM 2 3 4 6 7 56 News 5 Taxi Latka [Andy Kaufman] finds a posh penthouse renting for $3000 a month [maid included]. Alex: Judd Hirsch. 9 Rowan and Martin's Laugh-In 11 Jeffersons George decides to expand his business, and tries to annex Charley's bar-without telling Charley [Danny Wells]. George: Sherman Hemsley. 13 Solid Gold Hits Dwight Twilley performs "Girls" and "Little Bit of Love." 24 Moneymakers III The benefits and potential liabilities of financial success. 28 Good Neighbors 40 Praise the Lord 11:20 34 Noticias 11:30 2 U.S. Open Tennis Highlights 4 6 Tonight Show/Johnny Carson

Scheduled: Steve Landesberg, the Pointer Sisters, humorist Dave Barry. 5 Odd Couple Oscar's ulcer flares up. 3 7 Nightline 9 Movie "Sidewinder One." [1977] Motorcycle racing highlights this action story about an aging racer [Michael Parks] trying to design the perfect bike. [KHJ sign off 1:30AM] 11 Vega$ A nun [Cassie Yates] claims to hold the deed to the land on which the Desert Inn stands. 13 Streets of San Francisco Steve [Michael Douglas] joins the ranks of underground Vietnam-war resisters to investigate the murder of a marine deserter. 18 NNN News-Japanese 24 28 Latenight America Scheduled: A July talk with trumpeter Wynton Marsalis. [KVCR sign off 12:30AM] 34 Pelicula "El amor tiene cara de mujer." [KMEX sign off 1:30AM] 56 700 Club [KDOC sign off 12:30AM] 12AM 2 Movie "Thornwell" is an Army private [Glynn Turman] suspected of espionage, who is subjected to illegal interrogation procedures. A 1981 TV-movie. 5 Twilight Zone 3 7 Eye on Hollywood [KESQ sign off 12:30AM] 18 Gene Scott [not sure if KSCI signed off, probably so] 12:30 4 Late Night/David Letterman 5 Alfred Hitchcock BW 6 Jim Bakker [not sure when KMIR signed off] 7 3-3-0 See 3:30PM. 11 Movie "Duel at Diablo." [1966, James Garner.] 13 Love, American Stlye 28 Voyage [KCET sign off 1:00AM] 1AM 5 Movie "How I Spent My Summer Vacation." [Made for TV, 1966] A youth [Robert Wagner] investigates the career of a deceased millionaire at considerable risk. Peter Lawford. 7 Best of L.A. Today 13 Movie "The Miracle." Compilation of several episodes from the "Lassie" TV series, concerning the collie's adventures with a mute little boy [Michael-James Wixted]. [KCOP sign off 2:30AM] 1:30 4 Health Field [KNBC sign off 2:00AM] 7 Hollywood Closeup Included: Kirk Douglas, Michael Keaton. 2AM 2 CBS News Nightwatch-Rose/McCarthy 7 News [KABC sign off 2:30AM] 40 TBN Today

2:15 40 Joy to The World 2:20 40 Always Abounding 2:25 40 The Word 2:30 11 CNN Headline News 40 I Choose Life 2:55 5 News 3AM 5 Movie BW "Blaze of Noon" [1947] Story of four brothers [William Holden, Sterling Hayden, Sonny Tufts, Johnny Sands] flying the mail in the hazardous 1920s. Anne Baxter. 11 Movie "Buona Sera, Mrs. Campbell" [1969] Gina Lollobrigida dominates this sex farce about a beautiful "widow" and the men in her life. 40 Donald Whitaker 3:30 40 Joy 4AM 18 Maharishi Mahesh Yogi 4:30 40 Best Day Of Your Life 4:55 5 News -crainbebo 8:30 11 Woody Woodpecker 2:30 11 Woody Woodpecker 3:30 11 Woody Woodpecker You get the feeling KTTV really liked Woody Woodpecker? Roll Eyes Also, how is "M*A*S*H" not cleared on any of the L.A. TV stations, yet it gets a double run on a Palm Springs station? KTTV had rerun M*A*S*H in prime time a year or two earlier. I looked at some issues of TV Guide

(San Diego edition) and found M*A*S*H returned at 7:30 P.M. replacing WKRP which moved to 11:00 P.M. the following September. The station must have been resting it. KTTV, at least during 80s and early 90s, would often rest shows for summer and bring them back for the fall (unless the rights expired). 58 Sesame Street/Metropolitan Museum [special version where the gang is locked up in a museum] Was this a Sesame Street special, or was this an actual episode as part of the regular series? I do know that there was a special called "Don't Eat the Pictures," and I wonder if this is it. If so, this would have been episode #1912. It was a prime time special. Here's the description from the Monday listing, 8PM on KCET... "When the gang gets locked overnight inside the New York art museum. Big Bird and Mr. Snuffleupagus befriend an Egyptian boy who's trying to solve a 4000-year riddle. They ponder it as they look at ancient drawings and the Temple of Dendur, while Oscar the Grouch, Cookie Monster and others examine and sing about paintings and statues." -crainbebo RETRO: KANSAS CITY - 10/30/1998 Friday, October 30, 1998 WDAF FOX4 05:00AM This Morning's Business 05:30AM News 06:00AM News 07:00AM The Morning Show 09:00AM Howie Mandel 10:00AM Forgive or Forget 11:00AM People's Court 12:00PM News 12:30PM News 01:00PM Ricki Lake 02:00PM Jenny Jones 03:00PM Montel Williams 04:00PM Judge Judy 04:30PM Judge Judy 05:00PM News 06:00PM News 06:30PM Entertainment Tonight 07:00PM Brimstone 08:00PM Millenium 09:00PM News 10:00PM News 10:30PM Friends 11:00PM Friends 11:30PM M*A*S*H 12:00AM Judge Judy 12:30AM News 01:00AM Real TV

01:30AM Cops 02:00AM Real TV 02:30AM Cops 03:00AM Jenny Jones 04:00AM MOVIE: The Most Dangerous Game KCTV CBS5 05:00AM News 05:30AM News 06:00AM News 06:30AM News 07:00AM News 08:00AM This Morning 09:00AM Regis & Kathie Lee 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 Martha Stewart Living 03:30PM Martha Stewart Living 04:00PM Inside Edition 04:30PM Jeopardy! 05:00PM News 05:30PM CBS News 06:00PM News 06:30PM Wheel of Fortune 07:00PM It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown 07:30PM Garfield's Halloween Adventure 08:00PM Kids Say the Darndest Things 08:30PM Candid Camera 09:00PM Nash Bridges 10:00PM News 10:35PM Late Show with David Letterman 11:35PM Seinfeld 12:05AM Married...with Children 12:35AM Late Late Show with Tom Snyder 01:35AM News 02:05AM Walker, Texas Ranger 03:05AM Pensacola: Wings of Gold 04:05AM CNN Headline News KMBC ABC9 05:00AM News 05:30AM News 06:00AM News 07:00AM Good Morning America 09:00AM Sally Jessy Raphael 10:00AM Donny & Marie 11:00AM The View 12:00PM All My Children 01:00PM One Life to Live 02:00PM General Hospital 03:00PM Jerry Springer 04:00PM Oprah Winfrey

05:00PM News 05:30PM ABC News 06:00PM News 06:30PM Inside Edition 07:00PM Two of a Kind 07:30PM Boy Meets World 08:00PM Sabrina, the Teenage Witch 08:30PM Brother's Keeper 09:00PM 20/20 10:00PM News 10:35PM Roseanne 11:05PM Grace Under Fire 11:35PM Cheers 12:05AM Nightline 12:35AM Politically Incorrect 01:05AM News 01:35AM Newlywed Game 02:05AM Dating Game 02:35AM Port Charles 03:05AM Motown Live 04:05AM Kickin' It KCWE UPN29 05:00AM Paid Programming 05:30AM Paid Programming 06:00AM Jumanji 06:30AM Extreme Dinosaurs 07:00AM The Magic School Bus 07:30AM Life with Louie 08:00AM Mummies Alive! 08:30AM Pocket Dragon Adventures 09:00AM America's Funniest Home Videos 09:30AM Hangin' with Mr. Cooper 10:00AM Family Matters 10:30AM Benny Hinn 11:00AM Kenneth Copeland 11:30AM Creflo A. Dollar 12:00PM Joyce Meyer 12:30PM James Robison 01:00PM Newlywed Game 01:30PM Dating Game 02:00PM Bloopy's Buddies 02:30PM RoboCop: Alpha Commando 03:00PM Space Goofs 03:30PM Toonsylvania 04:00PM Goosebumps 04:30PM The New Addams Family 05:00PM Boy Meets World 05:30PM Living Single 06:00PM NewsRadio 06:30PM The Nanny 07:00PM Legacy 08:00PM The Love Boat: The Next Wave 09:00PM Jerry Springer 10:00PM NewsRadio 10:30PM America's Funniest Home Videos

11:00PM Sally Jessy Raphael 12:00AM The Three Stooges 01:00AM S.A. Gems (JIP) 02:00AM Week in Review KSHB NBC41 05:00AM News 05:30AM News 06:00AM News 07:00AM Today 09:00AM Kansas City Today 10:00AM Leeza 11:00AM Maury 12:00PM Sunset Beach 01:00PM Another World 02:00PM Days of Our Lives 03:00PM Roseanne 04:00PM EXTRA 04:30PM Access Hollywood 05:00PM Rosie O'Donnell 06:00PM NBC News 06:30PM News 07:00PM Dateline NBC 08:00PM Trinity 09:00PM Homicide: Life on the Street 10:00PM News 10:35PM The Tonight Show with Jay Leno 11:35PM Late Night with Conan O'Brien 12:35AM Friday Night Videos 01:05AM Quick Witz 02:05AM The Tonight Show with Jay Leno 03:05AM Sunset Beach 04:05AM Kansas City Today KSMO WB62 05:00AM First Epistle of Peter 06:00AM DuckTales 06:30AM Pokmon 07:00AM Wacky World of Tex Avery 07:30AM Beast Wars: Transformers 08:00AM Tiny Toon Adventures 08:30AM Animaniacs 09:00AM Step by Step 09:30AM Happy Days 10:00AM Family Ties 10:30AM Empty Nest 11:00AM Hunter 12:00PM LAPD: Life on the Beat 12:30PM Judge Mills Lane 01:00PM Judge Mills Lane 01:30PM Match Game 02:00PM Doug 02:30PM Hercules 03:00PM Pinky and the Brain 03:30PM Histeria! 04:00PM The New Superman/Batman Adventures

04:30PM The New Superman/Batman Adventures 05:00PM Fresh Prince of Bel-Air 05:30PM Sister, Sister 06:00PM Mad About You 06:30PM Frasier 07:00PM MOVIE: Hard to Kill 09:00PM Air America 10:00PM Mad About You 10:30PM Frasier 11:00PM Designing Women 11:30PM Martin 12:00AM Acapulco H.E.A.T. 01:00AM Music Beat 02:00AM The Crow: Stairway to Heaven 03:00AM Xena: Warrior Princess 04:00AM Hercules: The Legendary Journeys RETRO: KANSAS CITY - 10/30/1998 Friday, October 30, 1998 WDAF FOX4 05:00AM This Morning's Business 05:30AM News 06:00AM News 07:00AM The Morning Show 09:00AM Howie Mandel 10:00AM Forgive or Forget 11:00AM People's Court 12:00PM News 12:30PM News 01:00PM Ricki Lake 02:00PM Jenny Jones 03:00PM Montel Williams 04:00PM Judge Judy 04:30PM Judge Judy 05:00PM News 06:00PM News 06:30PM Entertainment Tonight 07:00PM Brimstone 08:00PM Millenium 09:00PM News 10:00PM News 10:30PM Friends 11:00PM Friends 11:30PM M*A*S*H 12:00AM Judge Judy 12:30AM News 01:00AM Real TV 01:30AM Cops 02:00AM Real TV 02:30AM Cops 03:00AM Jenny Jones 04:00AM MOVIE: The Most Dangerous Game

KCTV CBS5 05:00AM News 05:30AM News 06:00AM News 06:30AM News 07:00AM News 08:00AM This Morning 09:00AM Regis & Kathie Lee 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 Martha Stewart Living 03:30PM Martha Stewart Living 04:00PM Inside Edition 04:30PM Jeopardy! 05:00PM News 05:30PM CBS News 06:00PM News 06:30PM Wheel of Fortune 07:00PM It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown 07:30PM Garfield's Halloween Adventure 08:00PM Kids Say the Darndest Things 08:30PM Candid Camera 09:00PM Nash Bridges 10:00PM News 10:35PM Late Show with David Letterman 11:35PM Seinfeld 12:05AM Married...with Children 12:35AM Late Late Show with Tom Snyder 01:35AM News 02:05AM Walker, Texas Ranger 03:05AM Pensacola: Wings of Gold 04:05AM CNN Headline News KMBC ABC9 05:00AM News 05:30AM News 06:00AM News 07:00AM Good Morning America 09:00AM Sally Jessy Raphael 10:00AM Donny & Marie 11:00AM The View 12:00PM All My Children 01:00PM One Life to Live 02:00PM General Hospital 03:00PM Jerry Springer 04:00PM Oprah Winfrey 05:00PM News 05:30PM ABC News 06:00PM News 06:30PM Inside Edition 07:00PM Two of a Kind 07:30PM Boy Meets World

08:00PM Sabrina, the Teenage Witch 08:30PM Brother's Keeper 09:00PM 20/20 10:00PM News 10:35PM Roseanne 11:05PM Grace Under Fire 11:35PM Cheers 12:05AM Nightline 12:35AM Politically Incorrect 01:05AM News 01:35AM Newlywed Game 02:05AM Dating Game 02:35AM Port Charles 03:05AM Motown Live 04:05AM Kickin' It KCWE UPN29 05:00AM Paid Programming 05:30AM Paid Programming 06:00AM Jumanji 06:30AM Extreme Dinosaurs 07:00AM The Magic School Bus 07:30AM Life with Louie 08:00AM Mummies Alive! 08:30AM Pocket Dragon Adventures 09:00AM America's Funniest Home Videos 09:30AM Hangin' with Mr. Cooper 10:00AM Family Matters 10:30AM Benny Hinn 11:00AM Kenneth Copeland 11:30AM Creflo A. Dollar 12:00PM Joyce Meyer 12:30PM James Robison 01:00PM Newlywed Game 01:30PM Dating Game 02:00PM Bloopy's Buddies 02:30PM RoboCop: Alpha Commando 03:00PM Space Goofs 03:30PM Toonsylvania 04:00PM Goosebumps 04:30PM The New Addams Family 05:00PM Boy Meets World 05:30PM Living Single 06:00PM NewsRadio 06:30PM The Nanny 07:00PM Legacy 08:00PM The Love Boat: The Next Wave 09:00PM Jerry Springer 10:00PM NewsRadio 10:30PM America's Funniest Home Videos 11:00PM Sally Jessy Raphael 12:00AM The Three Stooges 01:00AM S.A. Gems (JIP) 02:00AM Week in Review KSHB NBC41

05:00AM News 05:30AM News 06:00AM News 07:00AM Today 09:00AM Kansas City Today 10:00AM Leeza 11:00AM Maury 12:00PM Sunset Beach 01:00PM Another World 02:00PM Days of Our Lives 03:00PM Roseanne 04:00PM EXTRA 04:30PM Access Hollywood 05:00PM Rosie O'Donnell 06:00PM NBC News 06:30PM News 07:00PM Dateline NBC 08:00PM Trinity 09:00PM Homicide: Life on the Street 10:00PM News 10:35PM The Tonight Show with Jay Leno 11:35PM Late Night with Conan O'Brien 12:35AM Friday Night Videos 01:05AM Quick Witz 02:05AM The Tonight Show with Jay Leno 03:05AM Sunset Beach 04:05AM Kansas City Today KSMO WB62 05:00AM First Epistle of Peter 06:00AM DuckTales 06:30AM Pokmon 07:00AM Wacky World of Tex Avery 07:30AM Beast Wars: Transformers 08:00AM Tiny Toon Adventures 08:30AM Animaniacs 09:00AM Step by Step 09:30AM Happy Days 10:00AM Family Ties 10:30AM Empty Nest 11:00AM Hunter 12:00PM LAPD: Life on the Beat 12:30PM Judge Mills Lane 01:00PM Judge Mills Lane 01:30PM Match Game 02:00PM Doug 02:30PM Hercules 03:00PM Pinky and the Brain 03:30PM Histeria! 04:00PM The New Superman/Batman Adventures 04:30PM The New Superman/Batman Adventures 05:00PM Fresh Prince of Bel-Air 05:30PM Sister, Sister 06:00PM Mad About You 06:30PM Frasier 07:00PM MOVIE: Hard to Kill

09:00PM Air America 10:00PM Mad About You 10:30PM Frasier 11:00PM Designing Women 11:30PM Martin 12:00AM Acapulco H.E.A.T. 01:00AM Music Beat 02:00AM The Crow: Stairway to Heaven 03:00AM Xena: Warrior Princess 04:00AM Hercules: The Legendary Journeys RETRO: KANSAS CITY - 4/26/1996 Friday, April 26, 1996 WDAF FOX4 05:00AM This Morning's Business 05:30AM News 06:00AM News 06:30AM News 07:00AM The Morning Show 09:00AM Geraldo 10:00AM Jenny Jones 11:00AM Maury 12:00PM News 12:30PM News 01:00PM A Current Affair 01:30PM America's Most Wanted: Final Justice 02:00PM Mark Walberg 03:00PM Jenny Jones 04:00PM Montel Williams 05:00PM News 05:30PM National News 06:00PM News 06:30PM Entertainment Tonight 07:00PM Sliders 08:00PM The X-Files 09:00PM News 10:00PM News 10:30PM Tales from the Crypt 11:00PM Tales from the Crypt 11:30PM Baywatch 12:30AM A Current Affair 01:00AM Lauren Hutton And... 01:30AM Top Cops 02:00AM The Hitchhiker 02:30AM The Hitchhiker 03:00AM HBO Comedy Showcase 04:00AM MOVIE: Crimebroker KCTV CBS5 05:00AM AgDay 05:30AM News 06:00AM News 06:30AM News

07:00AM This Morning 09:00AM Regis & Kathie Lee 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 Ricki Lake 04:00PM Hard Copy 04:30PM Jeopardy! 05:00PM News 05:30PM CBS News 06:00PM News 06:30PM Wheel of Fortune 07:00PM Due South 08:00PM Diagnosis Murder 09:00PM Nash Bridges 10:00PM News 10:35PM Late Show with David Letterman 11:37PM Seinfeld 12:07AM Married...with Children 12:37AM American Journal 01:07AM Tempestt 02:07AM Late Late Show with Tom Snyder 03:07AM Lifestyles 04:07AM Soul Train KMBC ABC9 05:00AM ABC News 05:30AM News 06:00AM News 06:30AM News 07:00AM Good Morning America 09:00AM Sally 10:00AM Rolonda 11:00AM Mike & Maty 12:00PM All My Children 01:00PM One Life to Live 02:00PM General Hospital 03:00PM Jerry Springer 04:00PM Oprah Winfrey 05:00PM News 05:30PM ABC News 06:00PM News 06:30PM Inside Edition 07:00PM Family Matters 07:30PM Muppets Tonight! 08:00PM Step by Step 08:30PM Hangin' with Mr. Cooper 09:00PM 20/20 10:00PM News 10:35PM Roseanne 11:05PM Golden Girls 11:35PM M*A*S*H 12:05AM Nightline

12:36AM Rush Limbaugh 01:06AM Donahue 02:06AM In Concert 02:36AM Williams TV Sample Waltham KSHB NBC41 05:30AM NBC News 06:00AM EXTRA 06:30AM NBC News 07:00AM Today 09:00AM Leeza 10:00AM Real Life 11:00AM Court TV: Inside America's Courts 11:30AM Murphy Brown 12:00PM Coach 12:30PM The Cosby Show 01:00PM Another World 02:00PM Days of Our Lives 03:00PM Day & Date 04:00PM Full House 04:30PM Home Improvement 05:00PM News 05:30PM NBC News 06:00PM News 06:30PM The Simpsons 07:00PM Unsolved Mysteries 08:00PM Dateline NBC 09:00PM Homicide: Life on the Street 10:00PM News 10:35PM The Tonight Show with Jay Leno 11:37PM EXTRA 12:07AM Late Night with Conan O'Brien 01:06AM Friday Night Videos 02:05AM MOVIE: Wake of the Red Witch 04:05AM NBC News Nightside KSMO UPN62 05:00AM Fox Cubhouse 05:30AM Blinky Bill 06:00AM The Pink Panther 06:30AM VR Troopers 07:00AM Adventures of Batman & Robin 07:30AM Bobby's World 08:00AM Eek! Stravaganza 08:30AM Bananas in Pajamas 09:00AM Dinosaurs 09:30AM Empty Nest 10:00AM Magnum, P.I. 11:00AM Matlock 12:00PM Doogie Howser, M.D. 12:30PM The Wonder Years 01:00PM Gordon Elliott 02:00PM Littlest Pet Shop 02:30PM Taz-Mania 03:00PM Goof Troop 03:30PM Bonkers

04:00PM Aladdin 04:30PM Timon & Pumbaa 05:00PM Goosebumps 05:30PM Blossom 06:00PM MLB Baseball: Kansas City Royals at Boston Red Sox 09:00PM Lazarus Man 10:00PM Cops 10:30PM Fresh Prince of Bel-Air 11:00PM LAPD: Life on the Beat 11:30PM Northern Exposure 12:30AM WCW Worldwide Wrestling 01:30AM Mystery Science Theater 3000 02:30AM Lazarus Man 03:30AM Nancy Drew 04:00AM Babylon 5 RETRO: KANSAS CITY - 6/25/1995 Sunday, June 25, 1995 WDAF FOX4 05:00AM Entertainment Tonight 06:00AM Working Women 06:30AM Life Worth Living 07:00AM CNN Headline News 07:30AM CNN Headline News 08:00AM News 08:30AM News 09:00AM News 09:30AM News 10:00AM Star Search 11:00AM Healthrider 11:30AM Murad 12:00PM National Geographic 01:00PM MOVIE: Meatballs 03:00PM MOVIE: The Man 05:00PM News 06:00PM Sliders 07:00PM The Simpsons 07:30PM The Critic 08:00PM Married...with Children 08:30PM My Wildest Dreams 09:00PM News 10:00PM News 10:35PM George Michael's Sports Machine 11:05PM Cheers 11:35PM A Current Affair 12:35AM Chicago Making Money 01:05AM Soul Train 02:05AM Paid Programming 02:35AM Weekend Travel Update 03:05AM Super Dave 03:35AM Super Dave KCTV CBS5

05:05AM CNN Headline News 05:30AM CNN Headline News 06:00AM Jesus in the Inner City 06:30AM In Touch 07:30AM Black Archives 08:00AM Sunday Morning 09:30AM News 10:00AM News 10:30AM News 11:00AM Face the Nation 11:30AM Sportsman's Friend with Harold Ensley 12:00PM World of National Geographic 01:00PM MOVIE: Some Kind of Wonderful 03:00PM PGA Golf: Greater Hartford Open - First Round 05:00PM Real Stories of the Highway Patrol 05:30PM News 06:00PM 60 Minutes 07:00PM Murder, She Wrote 08:00PM MOVIE: Labor of Love: The Arlette Schweltzer Story 10:00PM News 10:35PM Hard Copy 11:05PM Court TV: Inside America's Courts 11:35PM Emergency Call 12:05AM Tough Target 12:35AM Siskel & Ebert 01:05AM On Scene 01:35AM Up to the Minute KMBC ABC9 06:00AM American Outdoorsman 06:30AM Hour of Power 07:00AM Kenneth Copeland 08:00AM Good Morning America 09:00AM Dimensions 09:30AM This Week with David Brinkley 10:30AM 9 on Kansas City 11:00AM Healthrider '95 Cowboy 11:30AM J.D. Reece Home Show 12:00PM Soccer: Colombia vs. United States 02:30PM Boxing: Pro Series 04:00PM Drag Racing: NHRA Springnationals 05:00PM Rescue 911 05:30PM News 06:00PM Gettin' Over 06:30PM America's Funniest Home Videos 07:00PM America's Funniest Home Videos 07:30PM MOVIE: Heartbreak Ridge 10:00PM News 10:35PM Roseanne 11:05PM Golden Girls 11:35PM Golden Girls 12:05AM After Words 12:35AM News 01:05AM SIGN-OFF KSHB NBC41

06:00AM Speak Out 06:30AM Mass for Shut-Ins 07:00AM Today 08:00AM Meet the Press 09:00AM EXTRA 10:00AM Paid Programming 10:30AM Paid Programming 11:00AM 21 Jump Street 12:00PM A Different World 12:30PM Head of the Class 01:00PM WKRP in Cincinnati 01:30PM Wimbledon Preview 02:00PM Gymnastics: Invitational 04:00PM Pro Beach Volleyball: AVP Chicago Open 05:00PM News 05:30PM NBC News 06:00PM Lost Civilization 07:00PM SeaQuest DSV 08:00PM MOVIE: Journey to the Center of the Earth 10:00PM News 10:35PM Star Trek: Deep Space Nine 11:35PM Paid Programming 12:05AM Paid Programming 12:35AM SIGN-OFF KSMO UPN62 05:00AM Pick Your Brain 05:30AM Monster Force 06:00AM Chip 'n' Dale Rescue Rangers 06:30AM Adventures in Wonderland 07:00AM Blinky Bill 07:30AM Creepy Crawlers 08:00AM Baby Huey 08:30AM G.I. Joe 09:00AM Battletech 09:30AM Mega Man 10:00AM Paid Programming 10:30AM Fantastic Four 11:00AM Paid Programming 11:30AM Paid Programming 12:00PM MOVIE: Summer Dreams: The Story of the Beach Boys 02:00PM MOVIE: Beach Blanket Bingo 04:00PM MOVIE: Beach Party 06:00PM University Hospital 07:00PM Robin's Hoods 08:00PM Hercules: The Legendary Journeys 09:00PM Vanishing Son 10:00PM Paid Programming 10:30PM Paid Programming 11:00PM Jimmy Swaggart 12:00AM Paid Programming 12:30AM Sirens Superstations: Chicago: WGN-TV WB9

05:00AM Erlich 05:30AM Feed the Children 06:00AM Oral Roberts 06:30AM Gamer Ted Armstrong 07:00AM TaleSpin 07:30AM Paid Programming 08:00AM Paid Programming 08:30AM Paid Programming 09:00AM Paid Programming 09:30AM Paid Programming 10:00AM Star Search 12:00PM Andy Griffith 12:30PM This Week in Baseball 01:00PM Lead-Off Man 01:30PM Baseball: Chicago Cubs at Houston Astros 04:15PM Tenth Inning 04:30PM Rat Patrol 05:00PM Paid Programming 05:30PM Paid Programming 06:00PM Hercules: The Legendary Journeys 07:00PM Vanishing Son 08:00PM Lifestyles 09:00PM News 09:30PM Instant Replay 10:00PM Night Court 10:30PM Highlander: The Series 11:30PM Renegade 12:30AM Hercules: The Legendary Journeys 01:30AM Paid Programming 02:00AM Paid Programming 02:30AM Paid Programming 03:00AM Paid Programming 03:30AM Fame Cable: CNN - Cable News Network 05:00AM Moneyweek 05:30AM Your Money 06:00AM Sunday Morning 09:00AM Evans & Novak 09:30AM Inside Politics Weekend 10:30AM This Week in the NBA 12:00PM World Report 02:00PM Earth Matters 02:30PM Future Watch 03:00PM Science and Technology Week 03:30PM Travel Guide 04:00PM Late Edition 05:00PM World Today 05:30PM Reliable Sources 06:00PM Capital Gang Sunday 06:30PM Crossfire 07:00PM News 07:30PM Sports Sunday 08:00PM CNN Presents 09:00PM News

09:30PM Heads Up 10:00PM Sports Sunday 10:30PM This Week in the NBA 11:00PM CNN Presents 12:00AM Sports Late Night 12:30AM World Report 02:30AM Paid Programming 03:00AM Science and Technology Week 03:30AM Capital Gang Sunday Retro: Nebraska/Sioux Falls/Sioux City Sun, May 15, 1955 from TV Guide-Nebraska edition KUON 12-Edu Lincoln didn't air programs on weekends 3 KMTV-CBS Omaha 4 KTIV-NBC Sioux City 6 WOW-NBC Omaha 9 KVTV-CBS Sioux City 10 KOLN-ABC/CBS Lincoln 11 KELO-CBS/NBC Sioux Falls 13 KHOL-CBS Holdredge Morning 8:00 3 Lamp Unto My Feet (speaker: Dr. Carlyle Marney, First Baptist Church, Austin TX) 8:30 3 Look Up & Live (Msgr. John Dougherty and NYPD Commissioner Francis Adams discuss juvenile deliquency and how the church, the law, and parents can help solve it) 9:00 3 Great Plains Trilogy 6 Christophers 9:30 3 Christophers 6 This is the Life 10:00 3 Contest Carnival 6 Captain Hartz 10:15 6 TBA 10:30 3 Faith for Today (showing food mentioned in the Bible) 6 TV Teen Topic 11:00 3 Western Feature 6 What's Your Trouble? 11:15

6 Forces of Peace 11:30 6 American Forum 11:40 9 Religious Town Hall Afternoon noon 3 Noon Edition 6 News 11 This is the Life 12:15 3 Big Picture 6 Industry on Parade 9 Religious Town Hall 12:30 3 Here's Allen 9 Almanac of Liberty 11 Yesterday's Newsreel 12:45 3 Picture Your Home 4 What's Your Trouble? 6 Washington Report 9 News 11 Voice of the Church 1:00 3 WIBC Bowling 4-6 Frontiers of Faith "An American Ballad" 9 This is the Life 10 Industry on Parade 11 Faith for Today 1:15 10 What's Your Trouble? 13 Christophers 1:30 4 Garden Show 6 Brandies Salutes 9-10-13 Let's Take a Trip (visiting a newspaper on Long Island) 11 Victory at Sea 2:00 3 Lucy Show (as listed, probably I Love Lucy as Lucy and Desi are listed) 4 Movie: TBA 6 Handyman 9 Life with Father 10-13 Now & Then (pt 1 of 2 shows on Homer) 11 Disneyland

2:15 6 TV Deature 2:30 3 What's Your Opinion? 6 TBA 9 College on Camera: Creighton University 10-13 Face the Nation 3:00 3 Super Circus 6 Hall of Fame "The Friendship of Damon and Pythias" 9-10-13 American Week 11 Liberace 3:15 4 Church in Thy House 3:30 4 Your Health 6 Captain Gallant "The Captive Oasis" 9-10-13 Adventure "Hinduism" 11 Thrilling Bible Drama 3:45 4 TBA 11 Central Baptist Church 4:00 3 Disneyland 4-6-11 Meet the Press 9 University of South Dakota on Camera 10 Choir Loft 13 This is the Life 4:30 4 Roy Rogers "The Ride of the Ranchers" (with Dale Evans taking a starring role here) 6 TBA 9 You Are There "Dewey's Victory at Manila" (May 1, 1898) 10 Christophers 11 Fulton Lewis 13 Oral Roberts 4:45 11 J.C. Penney 5:00 3-9 You Asked for It (Honolulu cops demonstrate Aikido/the Alpine Wonder Boys do stunts in the Swiss Alps/touring a castle/seeing a new type of law enforcement/Art Baker honors a viewer request to go jump in a lake Cheesy) 4-6 People are Funny 10 Information Yes 11 Walt's Workshop 13 Nebraska in Action 5:30

3-9-10-13 Private Secretary 4 Christophers 6 Mr. Peepers 11 Pastor Bob Borgwordt 5:45 11 Our Family News Room Evening 6:00 3-9-13 Toast of the Town (guests Garry Crosby, Louis Armstrong, the Will Mastin Trio (with Sammy Davis Jr), Richard Hearne, and Sr. Wences) 4-6-11 Comedy Hour (launching Armed Services Week at March Field, Riverside CA with Abbott and Costello among the guests) 10 It's Your Business 6:15 10 Your Safety Patrol 6:30 10 Oral Roberts, Evangelist 7:00 3-9-13 GE Theater "A Man with a Vengeance" 4-6-11 TV Playhouse "The 'Pardon Me' Boy" 10 Capitol Report 7:15 10 Stork Club 7:30 3 Stage 7 "A Note of Fear" 9 Life of Riley 13 Stork Club 8:00 3-9-13 Appointment with Adventure "Priceless Cargo" 4-6-11 March of Medicine "We, the Mentally Ill" (mental health patients appear in discussions and dramatizations of the problems of the mentally ill; pre-empts Loretta Young) 10 Break the Bank 8:30 3-9 What's My Line? 4-6 Bob Cummiungs "Schultzie's Dream World" 10 Championship Bowling 11 Toast of the Town 13 Talent Show 9:00 3 Elgin Hour 4 News/Weather/Sports 6 Movie: TBA 9 Norwich News 13 Life with Father 9:15

4 Movie: TBA 9 News (Schneider) 9:25 9 Weather (ditto) 9:30 9 Masquerade Party 10 This is the Life 11 Greatest Dramas 13 Break the Bank 9:45 11 Week's News Review 10:00 3 News (Floyd Kalber, then ch 3's news director) 6 News 9 Movie "Devil's Cargo" 10 Weather/News/Sports (Bob Taylor/By Krasne/Bill King) 11 Movie "The Vicious Years" 13 Weather/Sports/News (Moe Milliken) 10:15 3 Secret File USA 6 Million Dollar Movie "MacBeth" 10:30 13 Million Dollar Movie "Four Faces West" 10:35 10 Movie "Hollywood Varieties" 10:45 3 My Hero 11:15 3 Movie "Dear Murderer" 11:30 11 Sunday Weather/News Late Night midnight 6 News/Weather 12:30 3 Late Edition A few things I noted: Nebraska, South Dakota, and Iowa had to have been on Central Standard Time, two hours behind New York, I noticed Ed Sullivan coming on at 6, which would be 8 (EDT). CBS did rerun "I Love Lucy" under the title "The Sunday Lucy

Show," so that has to be what you're referring to. "The Lucy Show" with Gale Gordon, Vivian Vance (and, later, Mary Jane Croft) didn't start until 1962. Finally, KMTV was CBS and WOWT NBC then, just as they are now. But that wasn't always the case. When did they first switch? First switch was 1956, second switch was 6/29/86. Cox Cable, Spokane Channel Lineup (02/01/1995) From a newspaper ad touting The Disney Channel becoming a basic cable channel: Basic & Expanded Service 2 KREM-TV (CBS) 3 KAYU-TV (Fox) 4 KXLY-TV (ABC) 5 CityCable 5/C-Span 2 6 KHQ-TV (NBC) 7 KSPS-TV (PBS) 8 Prevue Channel 9 USA Network 10 CNN 11 TNT 12 fX 13 The Family Channel 14 KXLY Extra! 15 Educational Access 16 Educational Access 17 Educational Access 18 Educational Access 19 Educational Access 20 KSTW (Seattle; Independent) 21 TBS 22 KSKN-TV (HSN) 23 Country Music Television 24 Prime Sports Northwest 25 Community Access/NASA 26 KCDT-TV (Coeur dAlene; PBS) 27 Video Pages 28 The Discovery Channel 29 ESPN 30 American Movie Classics 31 CNBC 32 TNN 33 MTV 34 A&E 35 Nickelodeon 36 Lifetime 37 Headline News 38 The Weather Channel 39 TBN 40 C-Span 41 Sci-Fi Channel 42 Comedy Central

43 Faith & Values Channel 44 QVC 45 Q2 46 E! 47 VH-1 48 The Disney Channel 49 Nostalgia Television 50 The Travel Channel 51 EWTN 52 The Learning Channel 53 Glimpse TV 54 Consumer Information Television 55 HGTV 57 Sneak Prevue Select Service 58 Turner Classic Movies 59 ESPN 2 60 Encore 61 BET 62 Court TV 63 The Cartoon Network 64 Telemundo 65 Bravo Premium Channels 67 HBO 68 Showtime 69 The Movie Channel 70 Cinemax Pay-Per-View Channels 1 Viewers Choice 71 Action Pay Per View 72 The Playboy Channel 73 Continuous Hits 1 74 Continuous Hits 5 75 Hot Choice What was KXLY Extra! on 14? And, was Video Pages on 27 a bulletin board, or something else? -crainbebo KXLY Extra! was a cable offshoot of KXLY-TV that didn't last very long (it premiered in the spring of 1994 and ended on New Year's Eve, 1996). I believe it was also carried in Coeur d'Alene on channel 3. Programming included television simulcasts of KXLY (AM) 920 talk shows--much to the chagrin of the radio hosts--as well as syndicated fare, like Perfect Strangers, The Golden Girls, Star Trek and even one-hour versions of Mystery Science Theater 3000 episodes. The channel also carried repeats of KXLY-TV's news broadcasts, and news blocks from All News Channel during overnight hours. I think the channel was a result of the Cable Act of 1992. Video Pages was essentially a television classifieds. I remember it including real estate listings and a "most wanted" fugitives block.

Retro: Northern Indiana Mon, May 15, 1972 from TV Guide-Northern Indiana edition 15 WANE-CBS Fort Wayne 16 WNDU-NBC South Bend 21 WPTA-ABC Fort Wayne 22 WSBT-CBS South Bend 28 WSJV-ABC South Bend 33 WKJG-NBC Fort Wayne 35 WLIO-NBC/ABC Lima Morning 6:00 15-22 CBS Morning News 35 Today (preview of Michigan Primary) 6:30 15 Sunrise Semester "Chemistry" 33 Wayne Rothgeb 7:00 15-22 Captain Kangaroo 16-33 Today 8:00 15 Get Smart 21 Kiddie Komics 22 Lucille Ball 28 Movie "Pillow Talk" (pt 1) 35 Sesame Street (ep 391-Antonio shows David how to use crutches) 8:25 21 Fairy Tales 8:30 15 Search for Tomorrow 21 Sesame Street (no info re: ep #) 22 My Three Sons 9:00 15 Lucille Ball 16 Sesame Street (no ep no here either) 22 New Homemakers Hour 33 Dinah Shore (Margaret O'Brien shows off art she picked up in Peru; also, tips on making pottery) 35 Easter's Parade 9:30 15 My Three Sons 21 Romper Room 28 Fashions in Sewing 33 Concentration 9:40 28 Byline Michiana

10:00 15-22 Family Affair 16-21-35 Galloping Gourmet (each station ran a different episode) 28 Crafts with Katy 33 Sale of the Century 10:30 15-22 Love of Life 16-33-35 Hollywood Squares 21 Fran Walker (guest Carl Wilson discusses sickle cell anemia) 28 Bewitched 10:45 21 News/Weather/Sports 11:00 15-22 Where the Heart is 16-33-35 Jeopardy! 21-28 Password 11:25 15 Ann Colone (guest Shirley Temple Black; Ann also shows home movies of her trip to London) 22 CBS News 11:30 16-33-35 Who, What or Where Game 21-28 Split Second 22 Search for Tomorrow 11:55 16-33 NBC News 35 News Afternoon noon 16 Somerset 21-28 All My Children 22 Afternoon Show 33 News (Tom Nelson) 35 Dinah Shore (as 9am, ch 33) 12:10 33 Editor's Desk (John Moss) 12:20 33 Lucille Rivers 12:30 15-22 As the World Turns 16-33-35 Three on a Match 21-28 Let's Make a Deal 1:00 15-22 Love is a Many-Splendored Thing 16-33-35 Days of Our Lives

21-28 Newlywed Game 1:30 15-22 Guiding Light 16-33-35 Doctors 21-28 Dating Game 2:00 15-22 Secret Storm 16-33-35 Another World 21-28 General Hospital 2:30 15-22 Edge of Night 16 Dick Van Dyke "Talk to the Snail" (bw) 21-28 One Life to Live 33-35 Return to Peyton Place 3:00 15-22 Amateur's Guide to Love 16 Bugs Bunny 21-28 Love, American Style 33-35 Somerset 3:30 15 Wagon Train (with Dialing for Dollars) 16 Addams Family (bw) 21 Big Valley 22 Mike Douglas (co-host Jimmy Dean/guests Gore Vidal, Polly Bergen, Marcia Wallace, and the Four Freshmen) 28 Star Trek 33 Gilligan's Island 35 Bewitched 4:00 16 Gilligan's Island 33 Green Acres 35 Daniel Boone 4:30 16 Hogan's Heroes 21 News/Weather/Sports 28 Michiana Reports 33 Daniel Boone 4:55 35 Paul Harvey 5:00 15 Mayberry RFD (with Dialing for Dollars) 16 I Love Lucy (bw) 21-28 ABC Evening News 22 What's My Line? 35 News/Weather/Sports 5:30

15-22 CBS Evening News 16-33-35 NBC Nightly News 21 Bewitched 28 Wild, Wild West Evening 6:00 15-16-22-33 News/Weather/Sports 21 Hogan's Heroes 35 It Takes a Thief 6:30 15-28 Dragnet 16 Racing Sweepstakes 21 I Dream of Jeannie 22 To Tell the Truth 33 Truth or Consequences 7:00 15-22 Gunsmoke "Snow Train" (pt 1 of a 1970 episode filmed in the Black Hills) 16-33-35 Rowan & Martin's Lauch-In (guest Debbie Reynolds) 21-28 Jacques Cousteau "The Forgotten Mermaid" (manatees) 8:00 15-22 Here's Lucy 16-33-35 Movie "7 Faces of Dr. Lao" (all played by Tony Randall) 21-28 Movie "Fantastic Voyage" 8:30 15-22 Doris Day 9:00 15-22 Sonny & Cher Comedy House (guests Lorne Greene (who recites Shakespeare) and Chad Everett) 10:00 15-16-22-33-35 News/Weather/Sports 21 Virginian "The Wolves Up Front, The Jackals Behind" 28 Virginian (Randy Boone's first episode) 10:30 15-22 Movie "The Night of the Igunana" 16-33-35 Tonight Show (Debbie Reynolds subs for Johnny) 11:30 21 Dick Cavett (guests Bette Davis and Peggy Wood) 28 News/Weather/Sports Late Night 1:00 21 News/Weather/Sports Retro: Pennsylvania-New York, Sat. September 7, 1985 Source: TV Guide

CHANNELS 3 WSTM Syracuse, NY [NBC] 5N WNEW New York [IND] 5S WTVH Syracuse [CBS] 9 WIXT Syracuse [ABC] 11 WPIX New York [IND] 12 WBNG Binghamton [CBS] 16 WNEP Scranton [ABC] 18 WETM Elmira, NY [NBC] 22 WDAU Wilkes-Barre [CBS] 24 WCNY Syracuse [PBS] 28 WBRE Scranton [NBC] 34 WMGC Binghamton [ABC] 36 WENY Elmira [ABC] 38 WOLF Scranton [IND] 38B WSBK Boston, MA [IND] 40 WICZ Binghamton [NBC] 44 WVIA Scranton [PBS] 46 WSKG Binghamton [PBS] WOR New York [IND, Ch. 9] 5AM 11 U.S. Farm Report WOR Headline News 5:30 11 INN News 6AM 5N Pattern for Living 5S Kung Fu 9 Insight '85 11 Wall Street Journal Report 12 Headline News 34 Good Morning Broome WOR David Toma 6:30 3 18 U of M Presents 5N Insight 9 Newsmakers 11 Wild Kingdom 12 Action Views 34 King Leonardo WOR Face-Off 6:45 28 Davey & Goliath 7AM 3 18 Saturday Showboat 5N Herbert W. Armstrong 5S Gilligan's Island 9 New Zoo Revue [another Big 3 in 1985!] 11 Pink Panther

12 Happy Days 16 Bugs Bunny Express 22 Joy of Gardening 28 Alvin & The Chipmunks 34 Valley of the Dinosaurs 38 700 Club 38B World of Photography 44 NASA At Work 46 Sesame Street WOR New Jersey People 7:30 5N Wonderama 5S Porky Pig/Bugs Bunny 9 Jackson 5ive 11 Josie and the Pussycats 12 Laverne & Shirley 22 34 Kids Incorporated 28 Space Kidettes 38B Profile: Boston 40 Alvin & The Chipmunks 44 Innovation WOR News 9: In Depth 8AM 3 18 Snorks 5N Movin' On 5S 12 22 Biskitts 9 16 34 36 Bugs Bunny/Looney Tunes Comedy Hour Debut: A compilation of Warner Bros. cartoons features the adventures of Bugs Bunny. 11 Voltron 24 Square Foot Gardening 28 Valley of the Dinosaurs 38 Hardy Boys/Nancy Drew 38B It's Your Business Topic: the Federal budget. 40 Woody Woodpecker 44 Lifeline 46 Lilias, Yoga and You WOR Straight Talk 8:30 3 18 28 Pink Panther & Sons 5S 12 22 Get Along Gang 11 Hee Haw 24 Last Chance Garage 38B Editor's Desk 46 Pet Action Line 9AM 3 18 28 40 Smurfs 5N Star Search 5S 12 22 Jim Henson's Muppet Babies 9 16 34 36 Ewoks Debut: Animated Ewoks, the courageous furry creatures introduced in "The Return of The Jedi" [1983], come to television.

24 Innovation 38 Those Amazing Animals 38B Ask the Manager 44 Movie BW "Charlie Chan at the Olympics." [1937] Excellent yarn about a missing secret weapon, with Chan [Warner Oland] trailing the suspects from Honolulu to Berlin. 46 Working Women WOR Battlestar Galactica 9:30 5S 12 22 Dungeons & Dragons 9 16 34 36 Droids: The Advenutres of R2D2 and C3PO Debut: "Star Wars" robots R2D2 and C3PO find more adventures in this animated series. 11 Puttin' On The Hits 24 Quilting 38B Movie BW "Buck Privates." [1941] The hit comedy team of Bud Abbott and Lou Costello, in their first starring vehicle, play bumbling Army recruits. 46 Last Chance Garage 10AM 5N Wonder Woman 5S 12 22 Bugs Bunny/Road Runner 9 16 34 36 Super Powers Team: Galactic Guardians Debut: Cyborg, a black bionic wonder, joins Saturday-morning heroes Superman, Batman and Robin, and Wonder Woman. 11 Soul Train 24 46 Motorweek 38 Bugs Bunny & Friends 44 Rawhide BW WOR Wrestling [didn't say where] 10:30 3 18 Alvin & The Chipmunks 9 16 34 36 13 Ghosts of Scooby Doo 24 46 This Old House 28 Transformers 38 Three Stooges BW 40 Jackson 5ive 11AM 3 18 28 40 Kidd Video 5N Movie "The New Daughters of Joshua Cabe" [1976] TV-movie dealing the further misadventures of homesteader Cabe [John McIntire] and the trio he hires as his "daughters" [Renne Jarrett, Lezlie Dalton and Liberty Williams]. 5S 12 22 Storybreak A chicken killer is on the loose, and that's a challenge "Hank The Cowdog," the intrepid head of ranch security, can't ignore. Based on John R. Erickson's book. Host: Bob Keeshan. 9 Kids Incorporated 11 38 Wrestling 16 34 36 Scooby's Mystery Funhouse 24 46 Woodwright's Shop 38B Three Stooges BW 44 Lone Ranger BW WOR BJ and The Bear

11:30 3 18 Laverne & Shirley 5S Happy Days 9 Muppet Show 12 Land of the Lost A found diary suggests a hole in the Land of the Lost leads to New England. 16 34 36 The Littles 22 Paterno Way 24 46 New York's Master Chefs 28 40 Mr. T 44 Action-Packed Cliffhangers BW Noon 3 18 Bowling 5S 12 22 U.S. Open Tennis The women's final and the men's semifinals, telecast from Flushing Meadow, NY. 9 11 28 College Football Temple at Boston College. The Owls look for offensive leadership from Paul Palmer, who rushed for 885 yards in 1984, while BC's Eagles can point to Outland Trophy candidate Mike Ruth, who has 17 sacks and has taken part in 218 tackles in his career. 16 College Football Penn State at Maryland. Both teams have experienced defensive corps. PSU's Nittany Lions return 18 of their top 22 defenders, while the Terps can boast of nine defensive starters. In the 28 times the teams have met, Maryland has won only once-in 1961. Last year, the Terps almost made Penn State turn turtle, but fell short 25-24. [Subject to blackout on cable in the Scranton W-B areas] 24 46 Magic of Oil Painting 34 36 Weekend Special "The Adventures of Con Sawyer and Hucklemary Finn," a two-part female variation on Mark Twain's classics about two mischievous lads, begins a new season of shows. In the opener, Con and Huck [Drew Barrymore, Brandy Ward] overhear three thugs plotting to replace a priceless jewel with a fake. 38 Greatest American Hero 38B Movie "Checkered Flag or Crash." [1977] Daredevil driving highlights this action yarn about a grueling offroad race in Manila. Joe Don Baker, Larry Hagman. 40 Amazing Spider-Man 44 Grizzly Adams WOR Those Amazing Animals 12:30 5N Rodeo 24 46 Victory Garden 34 36 American Bandstand Cock Robin and the X perform. Video: "The Power of Love" [Huey Lewis & The News]. 40 Incredible Hulk 1PM 3 18 Movie BW "The Frozen Ghost." [1945] Hypnotist [Lon Chaney] believes himself a murderer when a subject dies while under a spell. George: Milburn Stone. 5N Fame 24 Antiques and Americana 38 Women Who Willed a Miracle Cloris Leachman stars in a fact-based drama about a woman who adopts a severely retarded blind boy named Leslie.

40 Osmonds' 25th Anniversary The Osmonds-Alan, Wayne, Merrill, Jay, Donny, Marie and Jimmy-celebrate 25 years of show business in a program spotlighting their talents and successes as a family and as individuals. Also appearing are Lola Falana, Andy Gibb, The Oak Ridge Boys, Dick Clark. 44 Pet Action Line 46 Artscene Included: the revolving-loan program, which brings new artists into Corning. WOR Movie "The Great Alligator." [Italian, 1981] A giant reptile spells terror for tourists on a remote tropical island. Mel Ferrer. 1:30 24 Never Too Old 34 At The Movies Siskel and Ebert offer their choices for the worst movies of the summer. 36 Solid Gold 44 Acrylic Painting with Barclay Sheaks 46 Six-Gun Heroes BW 2PM 3 18 Movie BW "The Black Cat." [1934] Devil cultist Hjalmar Poelzig [Boris Karloff] vs. vengeful Dr. Vitus Verdegast [Bela Lugosi], in an eerie, futuristic mansion atop the ruins of a World War I fort. 5N Wonder Woman 5S 12 22 U.S. Open Tennis Continues 24 Sting 34 Road to Wealth-infomercial 38 Barney Miller 38B Movie "King of Kong Island." [1978] Mad scientists employ robots apes to subjugate earth. Brad Harris. 44 Movie BW "The Kettles in the Ozarks." [1956] Ma [Marjorie Main] takes her family on a wacky train ride to visit a relative. 2:30 34 In Search Of... 36 America's Top 10 38 Seeing Stars 36 Action-Packed Cliffhangers BW 3PM 3 18 28 40 Baseball Pre-Game 5N Movie "Executioners of Death." [Chinese, 1977] Wang Yue portrays a martial-arts expert out to avenge the deaths of both his father [Chen Kuan-Tai] and their religious instructor. Lo Lieh, Lily Li. 16 34 36 College Football Pre-Game 24 46 Masterpiece Theatre "The Irish R.M." is an Englishman [Peter Bowles] serving as a legal arbiter in Ireland. In the opener of this six-part spoof, he becomes involved in a dispute over foxes. 38 Star Search WOR Movie "Alice, Sweet Alice." [1977] New Jersey locations highlight this effective chiller about a young girl [Brooke Shields] murdered on the day of her first Communion. Alice: Paula Sheppard. 3:15 3 18 28 40 Baseball

New York Mets at Los Angeles. [Alternative game: Cincinnati at Chicago Cubs, taped earlier this afternoon.] 3:30 9 16 34 36 College Football Florida State takes on Nebraska. FSU has moved via the running game in recent years, but this year's Seminole offense should show better balance. The kicking game is excellent with placekicker Derek Schmidt and punter Louis Berry. Nebraska, once again, offers a powerhouse on offense, led by Big Eight rushing champion Doug DuBose, an elusive back who averaged 6.7 yards per carry last season. A pair of All-Big Eight linebackers, Mike Knox and Marc Munford, anchor the defense. [Live] 11 This Week in Baseball 44 Movie BW "Tarzan's Secret Treasure." [1941] The jungle lord's domain is invaded by explorers who attempt to appropriate his gold deposits. Johnny Weissmuller. 4PM 5S 12 22 U.S. Open Tennis Continues 11 Emergency! 24 Nature of Things 38 Movie "Doctor Detroit." [1984] Dan Aykroyd as a pusillanimous professor duped into posing as a criminal. Howard Hesseman, T.K. Carter. 38B Movie "An Eye for An Eye." [1966] Robert Lansing sets out to track down the murderer of his family. Good drama, but little action. Pat Wayne. 46 NOVA A docudrama on Gregor Mendel focuses on the condemnation of his heredity research by the Church. 5PM 5N Mission: Impossible 11 Solid Gold 24 Firing Line "Diplomats: Polite or Truthful?" examines the role ambassadors play in politics and considers delicate problems that they sometimes encounter. Host: William F. Bucklet Jr. 44 Victory Garden 46 1985 Drum Corps World Championships WOR Vega$ 5:30 44 This Old House 6PM 3 18 28 News 5N What's Happening Now!! 5S 12 22 U.S. Open Tennis Continues 11 Puttin' On The Hits 24 Capitol Journal 38 Mission: Impossible The agents infiltrate a bank in East Berlin that preys on wealthy, would-be refugees. Belzig: James Daly. 38B White Shadow 40 Race for No. 1 Scores and highlights of the weekend's games plus a segment on Notre Dame's head football coach Gerry Faust.

44 de Bono's Thinking Course Topic: making decisions. WOR Wrestling 6:30 3 18 NBC News-Connie Chung 5N Small Wonder 11 Dance Fever 24 Tony Brown's Journal The first of a two-part show on AIDS examine its impact on American blacks. 28 Solid Gold New hostess Dionne Warwick welcomes co-host Johnny Mathis, Tina Turner, Tears for Fears, Juice Newton, John Cafferty & The Beaver Brown Band, Cock Robin and comedian Arsenio Hall. Also: an interview with Sting. 40 Paterno Way 44 Adam Smith's Money World Topic: the benefits and drawbacks of employee stock-option plans. 7PM 3 18 Voter's Forum/Primary Candidates 5N Too Close for Comfort 5S Fame 9 40 Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous Segments on actors Ed Marinaro, Isabel Sanford, Barbara Bain, Sarah Douglas ["Falcon Crest"], singer Don Ho. 11 Jeffersons 12 22 Hee Haw Guests include Willie Nelson, Jim Stafford, Faron Young. 16 Pennsylvania Outdoor Life 24 Inside Albany 34 Solid Gold See 6:30pm for details. 36 This Week in Country Music Performances by the Judds and Ronnie Milsap. Interviewed: Brenda Lee. 38 Start of Something Big Interviews with John Forsythe, Linda Evans. 38B We Don't Knock! 44 People's Business 46 Tripods Debut: This British series set in the year 2089 follows the efforts of three boys to free Earth from the control of menacing alien machines known as Tripods. In the opener, young Will Parker [John Shackley] is disturbed by the effects of the Tripod "capping ceremony" on his friend Jack [Michael Gilmour]. WOR News 7:30 5N Archie Bunker's Place 11 At The Movies See 1:30pm, Ch. 34. 16 Wild Kingdom Scientists, zoologists and Peace Corps volunteers team to explore Paraguay's Gran Chaco. 24 44 Agronsky & Company 28 36 Puttin' On The Hits Lip-sync routines to Taco's "Puttin' on the Ritz"; Diana Ross's "I'm Coming Out"; Vanity's "Pretty Mess." 38B Odd Couple

46 Sports Week Featured: pitchers Phil Niekro [Yankees] and Joe Niekro [Astros]. WOR Movie "Panic on the 5:22." [1974] TV-movie about the attempted robbery of a commuter train's private club car. Frankie: James Sloyan. 8PM and later will be added later tonight or tomorrow, as I have other things to do today. -crainbebo Here's 8PM and later 8PM 3 18 28 40 Gimme a Break! Nell's visit with her mother may turn into a permanent reunion now that Nell's sister is moving away from home. Mama: Rosetta Le Noire. [Now seen at this new time.] 5N Movie BW "The Caretakers." [1963] The problems of patients and staff in a mental institution. Robert Stack. 5S 12 22 Rock 'N' Wrestling Saturday Spectacular A talk show is the setting for this preview of CBS's Saturday-morning children's shows. New animated series are "The Berenstain Bears," "The Wuzzles," "Jim Henson's Muppets, Babies & Monsters" and "Hulk Hogan's Rock 'n' Wrestling." Guests include Patti Labelle, Hulk Hogan, PeeWee Herman, "Rowdy" Roddy Piper, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Herve Villechaize, Lou Albano, New Edition and Gary Owens. 9 Billy Graham Crusade From Anaheim, Cal.: "Will the World Survive?" Guests include Johnny and June Carter Cash, who sing "The Old Rugged Cross." 11 Baseball Oakland at New York Yankees. Live. 16 34 36 T.J. Hooker Hooker's vacation with his children is interrupted by a race-track robbery that leaves an officer dead. Hooker: William Shatner. [Last show of the season, but repeat episode] 24 All Creatures Great and Small In this episode, Siegfried [Robert Hardy] begins a physical-fitness program, while Tristan [Peter Davison] fails an examination. 38 Movie "Hurricane." [1979] Overblown remake of the 1937 classic about ill-fated lovers and high winds in the South Seas. Jason Roberts, Mia Farrow. 38B Movie "The Oscar." [1966] An unscrupulous actor [Stephen Boyd] claws his way to the top of the screen world. Elk Sommer, Milton Berle. 44 Nature of Things 46 All Creatures Great and Small Siegfried [Robert Hardy] scores a victory, and James [Christopher Timothy] meets a rival. 9PM 3 18 28 40 Facts of Life The girls try to persuade Natalie [Mindy Cohn] to enroll at Langley, but Natalie has plans of her own. Evie Green: Mitzi Hoag. Mrs. Garrett: Charlotte Rae. [Next week, The Facts of Life airs a half hour earlier and The Golden Girls premieres at this time.] 5S 22 Movie In "Dark Night of the Scarecrow," a 1981 TV-movie, four men face chilling retribution for the vigilante slaying of a retarded man. Otis: Charles Durning. Skeeter: Robert F. Lyons. Philby: Claude Earl Jones. 9 16 34 36 Love Boat

On a cruise to Norway and Sweden, an American actress [Christopher Norris] poses as a Swede to impress an ad exec [John Davidson] seeking the perfect Scandinavian model; a man [Jack Klugman] decides to have a nose job while in Stockholm, but the woman [Susannah York] who's fallen for him thinks he's scheduled for a sex-change operation; Gopher plans to marry a jet-setting Swedish heiress [Priscilla Barnes]; a scientist [Telly Savalas] plots a robbery using a robot that looks and sounds like Issac. 12 Key to Rebecca Conclusion. As Vandam [Cliff Robertson] continues to elude Wolff, Wolff [David Soul] kidnaps Elene [Season Hubley] and Billy, forcing a confrontation. 24 Movie "Master of Ballantrae." [British, 1953] Errol Flynn as an 18th-century Scotsman fighting the English at home and battling with pirates in the West Indies. Alison: Beatrice Campbell. 44 World at War A bitter German defeat at the hands of the Russians-the battle of Stalingrad [August 1942-February 1943]. 46 Dad's Army The law's after Mainwaring when he breaks the lights-out curfew. Making the charge stick is another matter. WOR Marco Polo Monica [Kathryn Dowling] is tried for treason and Kublai Khan faces an armed rebellion in the conclusion of the miniseries. Marco: Ken Marshall. 9:30 3 18 28 40 Our Time Karen Valentine and Harry Anderson are joined by Paul Revere and the Raiders, the Coasters, William Christopher [M*A*S*H], Morgan Brittany [Dallas], Adam West [Batman], Joe Penny [Riptide], Telma Hopkins. [Last show of the series. The comedy 227 premieres at this time next week.] 46 Fall and Rise of Reginald Perrin Reggie [Leonard Rossiter] comes up with a seemingly drastic scheme to escape his unwanted success. 10PM 3 18 28 40 Hunter An old flame of Hunter's tails her husband to a seedy motel room, where she finds a dead blondeand no sign of her spouse. Hunter: Fred Dryer. 5N News 44 Combat! BW 46 Movie "Blue Collar." [1978] Writer-director Paul Schrader's violent tale of union corruption in a Detroit auto factory. Richard Pryor. 10:30 5N Black News 11 INN News-Ed Miller 24 Movie "Sweet Charity." [1969] Shirley MacLaine has one of her best roles in this film about a cockeyed optimist who works as a hostess in a Manhattan dance hall. 38B Odd Couple 10:45 38 Movie "Romantic Comedy." [1983] Dudley Moore and Mary Steenburgen in Bernard Slade's play about collaborating playwrights. 11PM

3 5S 9 12 16 18 22 28 News 5N Movie "The Mirror Crack'd." [British, 1980] Angela Lansbury plays Miss Marple in Agatha Christie's whodunit about a movie unit plagued by a killer. Elizabeth Taylor. 11 Tales from the Darkside 34 ABC News 36 Eyewitness Events 38B Alfred Hitchcock BW 40 Guns of Will Sonnett 44 Sorry While searching for a buried treasure, Timothy is pleasantly surprised by the date dug up by his mother. WOR Wrestling 11:15 34 Wrestling 36 ABC News 11:30 3 18 28 40 Saturday Night Live Howard Cosell [host] emcees the "Run, Throw and Catch like a Girl Olympics," and talks with Fernando [Billy Crystal]. 5S Benny Hill Fred Scuttle, now in charge of a telly station, is interviewed. 9 Switch 11 Movie "Volcano" [1969] Spectacular visual effects highlight this tale about a group of people searching for a sunken treasure ship. Diane Baker. 12 Movie "Mickey Spillane's Mike Hammer in 'Margin for Murder' " enlists the veteran crime-writer's gumshoe [Kevin Dobson] in a tale of murder, mobsters and political corruption. A 1981 TV-movie. 16 Tales from the Darkside A heavy smoker named Bigalow [Richard Romanus] gets some unsolicited help in kicking the habit from a bizarre psychologist. 22 TV 2000 36 Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous 38B Twilight Zone BW 44 Star Trek An accident sends the Enterprise back in time to the 1960s, where Kirk [William Shatner] must erase all evidence of his star ship's journey before returning to his own era. 11:35 46 Movie "Little Fauss and Big Halsy." [1970] Robert Redford and Michael J. Pollard play rootless, oddly matched motorcycle racers roaming the American Southwest. Midnight 5S Movie "How to Commit Marriage." [1969] Bob Hope trades quips with Jackie Gleason in this generationgap farce capped by a golf match pitting Hope against a chimp. Jane Wyman. 16 Delvecchio 38B Movie BW "Charlie Chan's Murder Cruise." [1940] The famous sleuth [Sidney Toler] takes a trip around the world, hoping to uncover a mysterious killer. WOR Horse Racing

12:15 34 New York Hot Tracks On video: Prince, Rick Springfield, Cameo, Madonna and Tina Turner. Music includes "Raspberry Beret," "State of the Heart." 44 Star Trek 12:30 9S At The Movies 22 MTV Summer Concerts Fleetwood Mac performs in a 1982 concert taped in Los Angeles. Music: "The Chain," "Gypsy," "Love in Store," "I'm So Afraid." WOR Movie "A Taste of Evil." [1971] Made-for-TV suspense yarn about a former mental patient [Barbara Parkins] terrorized by weird memories. Barbara Stanwyck. 12:45 24 Jack Horkheimer: Star Hustler 38 At The Movies 1AM 3 18 Movie "Ride the High Country." [1962] Sam Peckinpah's outdoor classic about two aging gunfighters [Randolph Scott and Joel McCrea] who try to transport gold from a mining camp to a bank. Heck: Ron Starr. 9 ABC News 16 News 28 Hot Tracks Simulcast on WTLQ-FM. 44 Star Trek 1:10 5N Movie BW "Without Love." [1945] Spencer Tracy and Katharine Hepburn as a career-minded couple who try a platonic marriage for business reasons. Lucille Ball. 1:15 38 Joe Forrester 46 Jack Horkheimer: Star Hustler 1:50 44 Twilight Zone 2AM 5S Ethiopia: The Nightmare Continues 11 INN News WOR Movie "Berserk." [1967] Joan Crawford dominates this lurid tale of murder and mayhem in a traveling circus. Ty Hardin. 2:15 44 Sneak Previews 2:30 3 18 Melba Moore's Collection of Love Songs 11 At The Movies

3AM 5S Hawaii Five-O 11 Movie "Up the Sandbox." [1972] Barbara Streisand offers one of her best non-musical performances as a hassled urban housewife who takes refuge in a fantasy world. David Selby. 3:30 WOR Movie BW "It Conquered The World." [1956] Scientists discover that an outer-space monster has arrived from Venus to destroy Earth. Peter Graves. 4AM 5S Harry O -crainbebo 8AM 9 16 34 36 Bugs Bunny/Looney Tunes Comedy Hour 10AM 5S 12 22 Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Due to CBS coverage of the US Open Tennis tournament Bugs Bunny was on both CBS and ABC for one week only. At least the time slots were different. I think 1985-86 was the first that CBS gave the 1pm hour to the affiliates. Retro: Charleston, SC May 13, 1987 Source: News and Courier (now Post and Courier) of Charleston, South Carolina Date: May 13, 1987 Big 3 Networks Only. WCBD-TV 2 ABC (now NBC) 6:00am: Streches 6:30am: World News This Morning 7:00am: Good Morning America (Joan Lunden/Charlie Gibson after taking over from David Hartman three months earlier) 9:00am: Cannon 10:00am: The Love Boat 11:00am: Fantasy Island (pre-empts Fame Fortune and Romance and daytime reruns of Webster) 12:00pm: Ryan's Hope 12:30pm: Loving 1:00pm: All My Children 2:00pm: One Life to Live 3:00pm: General Hospital (now ABC's last remaining soap) 4:00pm: Hart to Hart 5:00pm: Benson 5:30pm: Three's Company 6:00pm: TV-2 Eyewitness News 6:30pm: World News Tonight with Peter Jennings (RIP) 7:00pm: Wheel of Fortune 7:30pm: Jeopardy! 8:00pm: Perfect Strangers 8:30pm: Head of The Class

9:00pm: James Bond 25th Anniversary Special 10:00pm: Mariah (Last show of the series!) 11:00pm: TV-2 Eyewitness News 11:30pm: Benson (pushes Nightline to 12:30am) WCIV-TV 4 NBC (now ABC) 6:00am: Headline News 6:30am: NBC News at Sunrise 7:00am: Today (Gumbel/Pauley) 9:00am: Donahue 10:00am: Hollywood Squares (pre-empts $ale of The Century) 10:30am: Love Connection (pre-empts Alex Trebek's Classic Concentration) 11:00am: Wheel of Fortune (daytime) 11:30am: Scrabble 12:00pm: Super Password 12:30pm: Wordplay 1:00pm: Days of Our Lives 2:00pm: Another World 3:00pm: Santa Barbara 4:00pm: The Oprah Winfrey Show (later moved to WCBD 2) 5:00pm: Superior Court (Judge William D. Burns) 5:30pm: The Judge (starring the late Bob Shield as Judge Robert J. Franklin) 6:00pm: News 4 with Dee Crosby and Dean Swanson 6:30pm: NBC Nightly News with Tom Brokaw 7:00pm: Diff'rent Strokes 7:30pm: WKRP in Cincinnati 8:00pm: Highway to Heaven 9:30pm: Night Court 10:00pm: St. Elsewhere (The late Ed Flanders' final season) 11:00pm: News 4 Nightcast 11:30pm: The Tonight Show starring Johnny Carson (RIP) 12:30pm: Late Night with David Letterman WCSC-TV 5 CBS 6:00am: Jimmy Swaggart 6:30am: Live 5 News? 7:00am: CBS Morning News (joined in progress) 7:30am: The Morning Program 9:00am: Knots Landing 10:00am: Divorce Court (Judge William B. Keene, sadly pre-empts The $25,000 Pryamid hosted by the late Dick Clark) 10:30am: Card Sharks (Bob Eubanks) 11:00am: The Price is Right (Bob Barker's final season with dark hair) 12:00pm: Midday (hosted by Mike Hiott?) 12:30pm: The Young and The Restless 1:30pm: The Bold and The Beautiful (which replaced the five year old soap Capitol two months earlier) 2:00pm: As The World Turns 3:00pm: Guiding Light 4:00pm: Good Times 4:30pm: The Facts of Life 5:00pm: Gimmie a Break (with the late greats Nell Carter and Dolph Sweet) 5:30pm: The Jeffersons 6:00pm: The People's Court (Wapner)

6:30pm: Live 5 News at 6:30 (with Bill Sharpe and Debi Chard?) 7:00pm: CBS Evening News with Dan Rather 7:30pm: The All New Newlywed Game (with Bob Eubanks of course) 8:00pm: The New Mike Hammer (with Stacy Ketch from neighboring Savannah!) 9:00pm: Magnum P.I. (with Tom Selleck!) 10:00pm: The Equalizer (with the late Edward Woodward) 11:00pm: Live 5 News Nightwatch 11:30pm: Sanford & Son Retro: Bay Area/Central Coast/Sacramento Sat, May 12, 1973 from TV Guide-San Francisco Metro edition 2 KTVU-Ind Oakland 3 KCRA-NBC Sacramento 4 KRON-NBC San Francisco 5 KPIX-CBS San Francisco 7 KGO-ABC San Francisco 8 KSBW-NBC Salinas 9 KQED-PBS San Francisco 10 KXTV-CBS Sacramento 11 KNTV-ABC San Jose 13 KOVR-ABC Sacramento 14 KCSM-PBS San Mateo 20 KEMO-Ind San Francisco 36 KGSC-Ind San Jose (and 29 Salinas/Monterey) 40 KTXL-Ind Sacramento 44 KBHK-Ind San Francisco 46 KMST-CBS Monterey 50 KFTY-Ind Santa Rosa 54 KTEH-PBS San Jose Morning 5:00 20-36 Movie cont'd 5:55 4 News 6:00 4 Michigan (that's how it was listed, likely University of Michigan Presents) 5 Agricultural Film 6:25 13 News 6:30 3 Take It from Here 4 Consumer Report 5-10 Sunrise Semester "Personality Theory and Creativity" (semester finale) 8-13 Voice of Agriculture 7:00 3-4-8 Houndcats 5 Your Future is Now

7-11-13 H.R. Pufnstuf 9 Electric Company (Clifton Davis and Morgan Freeman sing, Clifton to demonstrate ai and Morgan for a lesson on the letter V) 10 Existence 40 Pelicula "La Marquesa del Barrio" (bw) 7:30 3-4-8 Roman Holidays 5 Archie's TV Funnnies 7-11-13 Jackson Five 9 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 10 Conversation 8:00 3-4-8 Jetsons 5-10-46 Bugs Bunny 7-11 Osmonds 9 Sesame Street 13 Cap'd Delta 8:20 2 News 8:25 44 Jot 8:30 2 Existence (look at food preservation and storage) 3-4-8 Pink Panther 5-10-46 Sabrina the Teenage Witch 7-11-13 Movie "Luvcast, USA" 40 Pelicula: TBA (bw) 44 Music & the Spoken Word 9:00 2 Revista de la Semana 3-4-8 Underdog 5-10-46 Amazing Chan & the Chan Clan 9 Electric Company (repeat from 7am) 36 Pelicula: TBA (bw) 44 NHL Action (Stanley Cup highlights) 9:30 2 Capitol & the Clergy 3 Family Classics 4-8 Barkleys 5-10-46 Movie "The Secret of Shark Island" (Scooby-Doo, with guest stars Sonny & Cher) 7-11-13 Brady Kids 9 Sesame Street (repeat from 8am) 44 I Believe in Miracles 10:00 2 McHale's Navy 3-4-8 Sealab 2020 7-11-13 Bewitched 20 Futbol/Soccer

40 Image '73 44 Reverend Ike (44 also aired Ike Sundays at midnight) 10:30 2 Movie "He Rides Tall" (bw) 3-8 Runaround 4 PAL Champions (guest A's star Sal Bando) 5-10-46 Josie & the Pussycats 7-11-13 Kid Power 9 Electric Company (rerun #3) 40 Rollin' (guest Looking Glass) 11:00 If necessary, CBS stations will air ABA Finals, Game 7 between Indiana and Kentucky here 3-4-8 Baseball Pre-Game 5-10-46 Flintstones (Comedy Hour?) 7-11 Funky Phantom 9 Zoom 36 Aurelia (bw) 40 Movie "Gorgo" (in the understatement of the year, TVG's description reads "It might not have been a good idea to bring that live prehistoric monster to London" Grin) 44 Soul Train (guests Bobby Womack, the Whispers, and Thelma Houston) 11:15 3-4-8 Baseball: Baltimore-NY Yankees (alt game: Philadelphia-Chicago Cubs) 11:30 7-11-13 Lidsville 9 Electric Company (rerun #4, that tape must be almost worn out by now Cheesy) 36 Alma de Mi Alma (bw) Afternoon noon 2 Roller Derby Highlights 5-10-46 Archie's TV Funnies 7 American Bandstand (guest Dobie Gray) 9 Sesame Street (rerun #3) 11 Reportaje Semanal 13 Monkees 20 Pelicula de la Semana 36 Esta es la Vida (This is the Life, Spanish version) 44 Movie "The Disembodied" (bw) 12:30 5-10-46 What's Skylab All About? (Walter Cronkite hosts this program explaining Skylab to young people, including a tour of a full-scale mock-up) 7-11-13 Colonial National Invitational golf 36 Noticiero (Bojorquez) 40 Movie "Young Dillinger" (bw) 1:00 2 Islands in the Sun (visiting Rhodes, Hydra, and Cyprus) 5-10-46 CBS Children's Film Festival "Headline Hunters" (1968 UK import) 36 Dicha Robada 1:30

2 Fishin' Hole 36 Pelicula (bw) 2:00 2 Wagon Train (bw) 3 American Adventure 4 Git Box Tackle 5 You Are There "Fall of Troy" 7 Monkees (the same episode that ran 2 hrs earlier in Sacto, with a phony kidnapping publicity stunt) 8 Car & Track 10 You Should Have Seen the One That Got Away (3-time world freshwater fishing champ Virgil Ward takes a buddy along as they fish in Florida, Lake Michigan, and Texas) 11 Boxing from the Olympic: Adolfo Gonzalez-Ray Smith (middleweight), Johnny Moreno-Benny Rodriguez (featherweight) 13 American Sportsman 20 El Show del Loco Valdez 44 Movie "The Amazing Colossal Man" 46 Movie "Drum Beat" 2:30 3 Movie "The Vikings" 4 Westerners (bw) 5 Sut Yung Ying Yee (I think this was t'ai chi) 7 Movie "Tumbleweed" 8 Sportscope (the best NCAA football games of the century) 40 Flipside (guests Sha Na Na and Curtis Mayfield) 3:00 4 Andy Griffith (Aunt Bee and Opie are away, with Goober keeping Andy company) 5 Rollin' (guests Dan Hicks & the Hot Licks) 8 Celebrity Bowling 10 Movie "The Incredible Shrinking Man" 11 High & Wild "Winter at Crater Lake" 13 Death Valley Days 20 Sylvia y Enrique (bw) 36 Hank Coca (bw) 40 NHL Action (Stanley Cup highlights) 3:30 2 Alfred Hitchcock (bw) 4 Dick Van Dyke (bw; guest stars Chad & Jeremy play a British rock 'n' roll duo Mel talks Rob into hiding from their crazed fans) 5 Movie "Tammy and the Millionaire" (compilation of 4 Tammy episodes) 8 Roller Derby 11 We Came to Win (the US wins 8 golds at the 1972 Aerial Olympics in France) 13 Sports Action Pro-File (St. Louis NFL coach Bob Holloway on his rebuilding plans) 36 Pelicula (bw) 40 Grand Country Jamboree (guest Bobby Austin) 44 One Step Beyond (bw) 4:00 2 Flipside (same line-up as ch 40) 3 Tarzan 4 High Chaparral 7 Sports Action Pro-File (jockey Donald Pierce, winner of over 2500 races)

11 Magic Circus 13 Fishin' Hole 20 Paul Bowman 44 Outer Limits (bw) 46 Johnny Mann's Stand Up & Cheer (guest Andy Griffith) 4:30 2-46 (That Good Ole) Nashville Music (in the Bay Area, guests are George Hamilton IV, Harold Morrison, Pam Miller, and Mel Tillis; while on the Central Coast, guests include Jim Ed Brown, Barbara Mandrell, and Dave Dudley) 7 Celebrity Bowling 8 Lloyd Bridges' Water World (Capt. Edward Beach on WWII sub duty) 10 Wild Wild West 13 Outdoorsman (Bel Lange) 40 Lee Trevino's Golf for Swingers (guests James Caan and Jan Murray) 5:00 2-3-46 Hee Haw (guests Ray Stevens, Donna Fargo, and Susan Raye) 4 This is Your Life (Morey Amsterdam is surprise guest) 5 Perry Mason (bw) 7-11-13 ABC Wide World of Sports: Indy 500 time trials (live)/Wrist Wrestling Championships (tape) 8 Lee Trevino's Golf for Swingers (guests Glen Campbell and David Doyle) 20 Ecos de Inspiracion 36 Movie "If I Had a Million" (bw) 40-44 Wrestling 5:25 50 News 5:30 4-10 News 8 Sports Challenge 9 French Chef 20 Bullfights (bw) 50 Film Evening 6:00 2-46 Lawrence Welk (Broadway tunes) 3-4-8 NBC Nightly News 5 News (Williams/Somers) 9 Lilias, Yoga & You 10 CBS Evening News 44 It Takes a Thief 50 Daring Decorator 6:30 3-7 News 4 Thrillseekers (Catalina Challenge Trophy offshore boat race/all-girl rodeo/tandem surfing) 5 CBS Evening News 8 Time Tunnel 9 Washington Week in Review 10 Movie "Run, Simon, Run" 11 Reasoner Report 13 Car & Track 20 Variedades de Enriqueta y Roberto

36 Country Place (guest Skeeter Davis) 40 Movie "The Cockeyed Cowboys of Calico County" 7:00 2 Movie "Lover Come Back" (this also ran Sunday at 7) 4 Audubon Wildlife Theatre (x2, featuring East Coast marine life and Alaskan grizzlies) 5-46 UFO 7 Hollywood Squares 9 Lenox Quartet-Haydn Opus 20 11 La Voz de Aztlan 13 Parent Game 36 Porter Wagoner 44 Gomer Pyle, USMC (bw) 50 Buck Owens 7:30 3 Wait Till Your Father Gets Home 7-8-13 Let's Make a Deal 9 Eisenstein (a 1970 BBC doc profiling legendary Russian director Sergei Eisenstein) 20 Sabados Alegres 36 Wilburn Brothers 44 Hogan's Heroes 50 Lassie "Wings of the Ghost" 8:00 3-4-8 Emergency! 5-10-46 All in the Family 7-11-13 Here We Go Again 20 Cabaret del Aire 36 Movie "Spawn of the North" (bw) 40 Adventurer 44 Flintstones 50 Circus! 8:30 5-10-46 Bridget Loves Bernie 7-11-13 A Touch of Grace 20 Boxing from Mexico 40 This is Your Life (Mission: Impossible's Greg Morris gets surprised by M:I co-stars Peter Graves and Peter Lupus, his wife, his 3 kids, and grandma) 44 Munsters (bw) 50 Mike Douglas 9:00 2 Movie "The Maniac" (bw) 3-4-8 Movie "Elmer Gantry" 5-10-46 Mary Tyler Moore 7 Strauss Family (pt 2) 9 Movie "Alexander Nevsky" (bw/Eisenstein film) 11 Movie "Ocean's 11" 13 Movie "Hud" (bw) 40 Boxing from the Olympic 44 Movie "From Here to Eternity" (bw) 9:30 5-10-46 Bob Newhart

20 Belly Dancing (Naji Baba) 10:00 5-10-46 Carol Burnett (no guests this week, just the regulars) 7 Assignment: Vienna 20 This is San Francisco 36 Movie "Million Dollar Kid" (bw/East Side Kids) 40 Roller Derby 50 Ecological Succession & Land Management (a co-prod between Sonoma State and Santa Rosa JC) 10:30 50 News 11:00 2 Movie "The Raven" (bw) 5-7-10 News 20 Variety Explosion (Davis) 44 Lou Gordon (airline exec Jack Shields discusses the controversy over airline security checks/University of Michigan public health professor Dr. Charles Wylie on whether youth can be restored) 46 Name of the Game 11:15 7 ABC News 10 Movie "Secret Ceremony" 36 Movie "Kid Dynamite" (bw) 11:20 13 ABC News 11:30 5 Movie "Prescription Murder" 7 Movie "Thunder Bay" 11 Movie "How Green was My Valley" (bw) 40 Movie "Horrors of the Black Museum" (bw) 11:35 13 Persuaders! 11:45 3-4 News 8 Movie "Honeymoon with a Stranger" Late Night midnight 20 Movie "When the Lights Go On Again" (bw) 12:15 3 Movie "California Conquest" 4 Tonight Show (guests Richard Harris, Glen Campbell, Albert Brooks, and Anne Murray; ch 8 aired the weekend Johnny Sundays at 11, doesn't look like it was cleared in Sacto) 12:30 36 Peter Gunn (bw)

12:35 13 News 12:45 40 Movie "Circus of Horrors" 1:00 7 News 36 Movie "To Be or Not to Be" 1:15 5 Movie "The Sorcerers" 1:30 11 Movie "The Mummy" (bw) 20 Movie "The Contender" (bw) 1:45 4 News 2:45 20 Movie "Topper Takes a Trip" (bw) 36 Movie "The Glass Key" (bw) 40 Movie "Run Silent, Run Deep" (bw) 4:15 20 Movie "General Della Rovere" (bw) 36 Movie "Invasion" (bw) 4:45 40 Movie "Chain Lightning" (bw) 7:00 9 Electric Company (Clifton Davis and Morgan Freeman sing, Clifton to demonstrate ai and Morgan for a lesson on the letter V) 8:00 9 Sesame Street 9:00 9 Electric Company (repeat from 7am) 9:30 9 Sesame Street (repeat from 8am) 10:30 9 Electric Company (rerun #3) 11:30 9 Electric Company (rerun #4, that tape must be almost worn out by now Cheesy) noon 9 Sesame Street (rerun #3) Usually, on many PBS stations during this era, when multiple episodes of Sesame Street and Electric Company are scheduled on weekend mornings, they're different repeats of successive

episodes shown during the week, not the same episode over and over again. Retro: Atlanta/Chattanooga/Macon Friday, May 11, 1973 From TV Guide, Georgia (Atlanta) Edition: WSB Ch. 2 Atlanta (NBC) 6:20 Town And Country 6:25 Farm News 6:30 Better World ("Thomas Edison In A New Light") 7 AM Today (the Grafton, WV, high school choir; Gene Shalit reviews books) 9 AM Today In Georgia 10 AM Dinah's Place (Jerry Stiller and Anne Meara; fitness expert Bonnie Prudden) 10:30 Baffle (Betty White, Beverly Garland) 11 AM Sale Of The Century 11:30 Hollywood Squares (Patty Duke Astin, Pearl Bailey, Bill Bixby, Arthur Godfrey, Rob Reiner, McLean Stevenson, Karen Valentine) 12 N News 12:30 Merv Griffin (from Las Vegas: comic Corbett Monica) 2 PM Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 3:30 Return To Peyton Place 4 PM Somerset 4:30 Truth Or Consequences 5 PM Perry Mason 6 PM News 7 PM NBC News (John Chancellor) 7:30 Parent Game 8 PM Sanford And Son 8:30 The Little People 9 PM Circle Of Fear 10 PM The Bold Ones (the doctors, watch for Richard Basehart, Dorothy Malone, and Vic Tayback) 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show (from New York: Buddy Rich) 1 AM Midnight Special (hosts Jack Burns and Avery Schreiber; the Hollies, the O'Jays, Mark-Almond, Ronnie Dyson, the Incredible String Band, the Crusaders jazz group, "comic Steve Martin") 2:30 News 2:35 Movie: "Mutiny At Fort Sharp" WRCB Ch. 3 Chattanooga (NBC) 6:30 Music For All America 7 AM Today 9 AM Phil Donahue (author Erich Segal) 10 AM Dinah's Place 10:30 Baffle 11 AM Sale Of The Century 11:30 Hollywood Squares

12 N Jeopardy! 12:30 Who, What Or Where 12:55 NBC News (Floyd Kalber) 1 PM Merry-Go-Round 1:30 Three On A Match 2 PM Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 3:30 Return To Peyton Place 4 PM Somerset 4:30 Movie: "The Long, Long Trailer" (Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz, from '54) 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News 7 PM Truth Or Consequences 7:30 Hollywood Squares (Joey Bishop, Amanda Blake, Sandra Dee, Harvey Korman, Hugh O'Brian, Doc Severinsen, Karen Valentine) 8 PM Sanford And Son 8:30 The Little People 9 PM Movie: "Home From The Hill" 11:15 News 11:45 Tonight Show (joined in progress) 1 AM Midnight Special WAGA Ch. 5 Atlanta (CBS) 6 AM Sunrise Semester: "The Heavenly Twins--Astronomy And Astrology" 6:30 Your Town 7 AM CBS News (John Hart) 7:30 Atlanta A.M. 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Phil Donahue (topic: freezing people for later revival) 10 AM Joker's Wild 10:30 $10,000 Pyramid 11 AM Gambit 11:30 Love Of Life 11:55 Weather 12 N News 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM Secret Storm (delay from 4 PM) 1:30 As The World Turns 2 PM Guiding Light 2:30 Edge Of Night 3 PM Price Is Right 3:30 It's Your Bet 4 PM The Virginian 5:30 I Love Lucy (beginning of the Connecticut episodes) 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News (Walter Cronkite) 7 PM News 7:30 Circus! (Circus of the Crocodiles, with Nile crocodiles and African lions) 8 PM America's Junior Miss Pageant (Ed McMahon hosts, live from Mobile, AL)

9 PM Movie: "The Great Race" 11 PM News 11:30 Movie: "The Chase" (Marlon Brando, Jane Fonda, from '66, in no way to be confused with "The Paper Chase") 2:05 Movie: "September Storm" WGTV Ch. 8 Athens/Atlanta (PBS) In-school programs until 4 PM Sesame Street 5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 5:30 Electric Company 6 PM Sesame Street 7 PM Garden Show 7:30 Wall Street Week 8 PM Washington Week In Review 8:30 Black Journal (host Tony Brown argues that the film industry exploits blacks in movies like "Shaft" and "Superfly") 9 PM David Susskind (women in their forties; Anthony Burgess, author of "A Clockwork Orange") 11 PM Janaki WTVC Ch. 9 Chattanooga (ABC) 7 AM Country Music 7:30 New Zoo Revue 8 AM Funtime 9 AM News 9:30 The Virginian 11 AM I Love Lucy 11:30 Bewitched 12 N Password (Bill Bixby, Lucie Arnaz) 12:30 Split Second 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 Love, American Style 4:30 Green Acres 5 PM Bonanza 6 PM News 6:30 ABC News (Howard K. Smith/Harry Reasoner) 7 PM Big Valley 8 PM Brady Bunch 8:30 Partridge Family 9 PM Room 222 9:30 Odd Couple 10 PM Love, American Style 11 PM News 11:30 In Concert (Gladys Knight and the Pips, Hot Tuna, Jerry Lee Lewis, New Riders Of The Purple Sage) WQXI (WXIA) Ch. 11 Atlanta (ABC)

7 AM Good Morning Atlanta 7:30 Cartoon Club 8:30 My Favorite Martian 9 AM Hazel 9:30 Dick Van Dyke 10 AM Courtship Of Eddie's Father 10:30 Love, American Style (Shari Lewis and Paul Winchell as ventriloquists in love, day-behind from 4 PM) 11 AM One Life To Live 11:30 Bewitched 12 N News 12:30 Split Second 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 Movie: "The Gunfighter" 5 PM Bonanza 6 PM News 6:30 ABC News 7 PM What's My Line? 7:30 To Tell The Truth (Kitty Carlisle, Peggy Cass, Bill Cullen, Nipsey Russell) 8 PM Brady Bunch 8:30 Partridge Family 9 PM Room 222 9:30 Odd Couple 10 PM Love, American Style 11 PM News 11:40 Untouchables 12:40 Daktari 1:40 News WDEF Ch. 12 Chattanooga (CBS) 6:25 Sunrise Semester 6:55 Farm Report 7 AM CBS News 7:30 Morning Show 8:30 Romper Room 9 AM Captain Kangaroo 10 AM Joker's Wild 10:30 $10,000 Pyramid 11 AM Gambit 11:30 Love Of Life 11:55 CBS News (Douglas Edwards) 12 N News 12:20 Paul Harvey 12:25 News 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM Beat The Clock 1:30 As The World Turns 2 PM Guiding Light 2:30 Edge Of Night

3 PM Price Is Right 3:30 Hollywood's Talking 4 PM Secret Storm 4:30 Merv Griffin (Nancy Reagan, Rex Reed, Dick Haymes, Jack Sheldon) 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Dragnet 7:30 To Tell The Truth 8 PM America's Junior Miss Pageant 9 PM CBS Movie: "The Trouble With Girls" (Elvis Presley, from '69) 11 PM News 11:30 Movie: "The Fighting Seabees" WMAZ Ch. 13 Macon (CBS/ABC) 6:50 News 7 AM CBS News 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Let's Talk It Over 9:30 General Hospital 10 AM Joker's Wild 10:30 $10,000 Pyramid 11 AM Gambit 11:30 Love Of Life 11:55 CBS News 12 N Young And The Restless 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM Almanac 1:15 Date With Del 1:30 As The World Turns 2 PM Guiding Light 2:30 Edge Of Night 3 PM Price Is Right 3:30 Hollywood's Talking 4 PM Secret Storm 4:30 Bonanza 5:30 To Tell The Truth (Kitty Carlisle, Peggy Cass, Bill Cullen, Gene Shalit) 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Truth Or Consequences 7:30 Price Is Right 8 PM America's Junior Miss Pageant 9 PM Movie: "The War Wagon" 11 PM News 11:30 CBS Movie: "McLintock!" WDCO Ch. 15 (WMUM Ch. 29 Cochran/ WCLP (WNGH) Ch. 18 Chatsworth (PBS) In-school programs until 4 PM Sesame Street 5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

5:30 Electric Company 6 PM Sesame Street 7 PM Zoom 7:30 Wall Street Week 8 PM Washington Week In Review 8:30 Turning Points (ecology activists who have been fired from their jobs) 9 PM Masterpiece Theatre ("Vanity Fair," Part 1) 10 PM Ward 4-D (four young GI amputees at Valley Forge, PA, General Hospital try to reconstruct their lives) WTCG (WPCH) Ch. 17 Atlanta (Ind.) 7 AM Little Rascals 8 AM Flintstones 8:30 Banana Splits 9 AM New Zoo Revue 9:30 Romper Room 10 AM Cartoon Carnival 10:30 Donna Reed 11 AM Living Easy With Dr. Joyce Brothers (fitness expert Harold Michaelman argues that not all exercises are good for everyone) 11:30 Mike Douglas (co-hosts: Redd Foxx and Slappy White; Princess Grace talks about her interest in the Catholic Office of Drug Education, juggler Albert Lucas, pianist Leonard Feather) 1 PM Movie: "Imperfect Lady" 3 PM Jeff's Collie 3:30 Flintstones 4 PM Leave It To Beaver 4:30 Petticoat Junction 5 PM Andy Griffith (Ernest T. Bass enrolls in Helen's fifth-grade class) 5:30 Beverly Hillbillies 6 PM Wild Wild West 7 PM Rifleman 7:30 Andy Griffith 8 PM Movie: "Dr. Cyclops" 9:30 Movie: "Dracula" (the original with Bela Lugosi, from '31) 11 PM Twilight Zone 11:30 Movie: "The Sorcerers" (a late one for Boris Karloff, from '67) 1:15 Movie: "Imperfect Lady" WETV (WPBA) Ch. 30 Atlanta (PBS) In-school programs until 4 PM Sesame Street 5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 5:30 Electric Company 6 PM Folk Guitar 6:30 Good New Days 7 PM Know Your Antiques 7:30 Social Change And Zoning 8 PM Washington Week In Review 8:30 Lenox Quartet: Haydn Opus 20 9 PM Masterpiece Theatre 10 PM Cinema Showcase (guest: director Robert Wise)

10:30 Wall Street Week WCWB (WMGT) Ch. 41 Macon (NBC) 7 AM Today 9 AM Romper Room 9:30 Not For Women Only (children of famous parents: Lucie Arnaz and Bert Lahr's son John) 10 AM Dinah's Place 10:30 Baffle 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 News 1:30 Three On A Match 2 PM Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 3:30 Return To Peyton Place 4 PM Somerset 4:30 Addams Family 5 PM Western Star Theater 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News 7 PM Real McCoys 7:30 Felony Squad 8 PM Sanford And Son 8:30 The Little People 9 PM Circle Of Fear 10 PM The Bold Ones 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show 1 AM News WTCI Ch. 45 Chattanooga (PBS) In-school programs until 4:30 Mythology 5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 5:30 Electric Company 6 PM Sesame Street 7 PM Hodgepodge Lodge 7:30 Wall Street Week 8 PM Washington Week In Review 8:30 Movie: "Intolerance" (D.W. Griffith directed this 1916 silent classic.) sign off 10:30 PM WHAE (WGCL) Ch. 46 Atlanta (Ind.) 3:30 Warm-Up 4 PM This Is The Life 4:30 Fury

5 PM Mr. Piper 5:30 Dennis The Menace 6 PM Jim And Tammy 7 PM Of Lands And Seas (Ohio's wildlife) 8 PM Right On 8:30 Chaplain Of Bourbon Street (Bob Harrington) 9 PM 700 Club sign off 11 PM WRIP (WDSI) Ch. 61 Chattanooga (Ind.) 1 PM Tell It And Sell It 2 PM Testimony Time 3 PM Star Playhouse 3:30 Cartoon Carnival 4 PM Movie: "Mr. Smith Goes To Washington" 6 PM Movie: "The Night Of The Hunter" 8 PM Movie: "Citizen Kane" 10 PM Wrestling 11 PM Modern TV Playhouse 11:30 Movie: "Moulin Rouge" 1:15 Movie: "Mr. Smith Goes To Washington" 3 AM Movie: "The Night Of The Hunter" From TV Guide, Georgia (Atlanta) Edition: WSB Ch. 2 Atlanta (NBC) 1 AM Midnight Special (hosts Jack Burns and Avery Schreiber; the Hollies, the O'Jays, Mark-Almond, Ronnie Dyson, the Incredible String Band, the Crusaders jazz group, "comic Steve Martin") ...of course, eight years later Jack Burns would be writer/announcer/sometime cast member on Fridays, which ran on ABC opposite Johnny Carson and The Midnight Special on NBC... RETRO: Knoxville, TN (4/24/1985) SOURCE: The Knoxville Journal WSJK-TV 2 (PBS) 7:15am AM Weather 7:30am Farm Day 7:45am School Programming 3:00pm Creative Woman 3:30pm 3-2-1 Contact 4:00pm Sesane Street 5:00pm Mister Rogers Neighborhood 5:30pm The Electric Company 6:00pm The MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour 7:00pm Nightly Business Report 7:30pm Doctor Who 8:00pm Smithsonian World 9:00pm Well-Tempered Bach with Peter Ustinov 11:00pm Nightly Business Report 11:30pm Late Night America

WATE-TV 6 (ABC) 6:00am ABC World News This Morning 7:00am Good Morning America 9:00am Hour Magazine 10:00am Name That Tune 10:30am Ryan's Hope 11:00am All-Star Blitz 11:30am Family Feud 12:00pm TV-6 Eyewitness News 12:30pm Loving 1:00pm All My Children 2:00pm One Life To Live 3:00pm General Hospital 4:00pm ABC Afterschool Special 5:00pm The Jeffersons 5:30pm Diff'rent Strokes 6:00pm TV-6 Eyewitness News 6:30pm ABC World News Tonight 7:00pm People's Court 7:30pm Divorce Court 8:00pm President Reagan 8:30pm The Fall Guy 9:30pm Hotel 10:30pm 20/20 11:30pm TV-6 Eyewitness News 12:00am M*A*S*H 12:30am Nightline 1:00am Rituals 1:30am Here's Lucy WBIR-TV 10 (CBS) 6:00am CBS News 6:30am Early Morning 7:00am CBS News 9:00am Donahue 10:00am Sally J. Raphael 10:30am Press Your Luck 11:00am The Price Is Right 12:00pm Action 10 News 12:30pm The Young & The Restless 1:30pm As The World Turns 2:30pm Capitol 3:00pm Guiding Light 4:00pm The Dukes of Hazzard 5:00pm Jeopardy! 5:30pm Wheel of Fortune 6:00pm Action 10 News 6:30pm CBS Evening News 7:00pm Entertainment Tonight 7:30pm Three's Company 8:00pm President Reagan 8:30pm Double Dare (Not the game show but the TV show starring Billy Dee Williams) 9:30pm Movie: "Sunset Limousine" 11:30pm Action 10 News 12:00am The Heartland Series 12:05am Laverne & Shirley

12:35am The Fall Guy 1:40am Columbo WTVK-TV 26 (NBC) 6:00am Jimmy Swaggart 6:30am NBC News 7:00am Today 9:00am Tic Tac Dough 9:30am The Joker's Wild 10:00am Time Machine 10:30am $ale of the Century 11:00am Wheel of Fortune 11:30am Scrabble 12:00pm Super Password 12:30pm Search For Tomorrow 1:00pm Days Of Our Lives 2:00pm Another World 3:00pm Santa Barbara 4:00pm Little House On The Prairie 5:00pm Dallas 6:00pm NewsCenter 26 6:30pm NBC Nightly News 7:00pm Family Feud 7:30pm $ale of the Century 8:00pm President Reagan 8:30pm Highway To Heaven 9:30pm Facts of Life 10:00pm Sara 10:30pm St. Elsewhere 11:30pm NewsCenter 26 12:00am The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson 1:00am Late Night with David Letterman WKCH-TV 43 (IND) 6:00am CNN News 6:30am New Zoo Revue 7:00am The Flintstones 7:30am Tom & Jerry 8:00am Popeye 8:30am Gilligan's Island 9:00am Family 10:00am The 700 Club 11:30am Workout 12:00pm The Honeymooners 12:30pm Petticoat Junction 1:00pm Bewitched 1:30pm I Dream Of Jeannie 2:00pm My Favorite Martian 2:30pm Rose Petal Place 3:00pm Scooby-Doo 3:30pm Inspector Gadget 4:00pm Heathcliff 4:30pm He-Man 5:00pm The Brady Bunch 5:30pm Leave It To Beaver 6:00pm Bosom Buddies

6:30pm WKRP In Cincinnati 7:00pm Star Trek 8:00pm Black Sheep Squadron 9:00pm Empire, Inc. (Part 1) 11:00pm Twilight Zone 11:30pm Wild Wild West What was usually on 6 at 4PM, since the Afterschool Special preempted it? -crainbebo It's always interesting to see what ABC stations did once "Family Feud" moved back to 11:30 a.m. (which it did the previous October). Some of the stations that had news at noon (such as WPVI in Philly and WNEP in Scranton) aired "Ryan's Hope" at 11:30 instead (which had moved to noon). Some pretty good shows on Independent 43. I would guess that it is FOX in 2012??? Yes, that is now Fox, and now WTNZ. I have an old VHS tape with an episode of the Simpsons and Babes [the Dolly Parton guest-starred episode] from the night of 2/7/91, with commercials and IDs for WKCH FOX 43. Also have another VHS with an episode of Xena, Hercules: The Legendary Journeys and two eps of Cops taped off in 1996 or so, also off WTNZ [they had changed calls by then]. It is. Note, too, that this is about three years before WBIR switched from CBS to NBC, and WTVK moved from Ch. 26 to drop-in Ch. 8 with call letters WKXT (now WVLT) and a CBS affiliation. J! and WOF at 5:00 and 5:30 Damn! Retro: DC/Baltimore/Delmarva Sun, May 1, 1977 Posted by request, from TV Guide-Washington/Baltimore edition Evening programs on ch 9 may be pre-empted for NBA Playoffs 2 WMAR-CBS Baltimore 4 WRC-NBC Washington 5 WTTG-Ind Washington 7 WMAL-ABC Washington 8 WGAL-NBC Lancaster 9 WTOP-CBS Washington 11 WBAL-NBC Baltimore 13 WJZ-ABC Baltimore 16 WBOC-CBS/NBC/ABC Salisbury 20 WDCA-Ind Washington 22 WAPB-PBS Annapolis 25 WHAG-NBC Hagerstown 26 WETA-PBS Washington 45 WBFF-Ind Baltimore 53 WNVT-PBS Annandale (relayed on 14 Washington) 67 WMPB-PBS Baltimore (relayed on WCPB 28-Salisbury and WWPB 31-Hagerstown) Morning 6:00

13 This is the Life 6:30 5 This is the Life 7 Christopher Closeup 9 Town Meeting 13 International Zone 16 Better Way... 25 Blue Ridge Quartet 6:40 8 News 6:45 4 Faith & Life 8 Sacred Heart 7:00 4 Better Way... 5 Christopher Closeup 7 Jimmy Swaggart 8 Music & the Spoken Word 9 Best of 9 in the Morning 11 Learning to Read 13 Blackpoint (Wiley Daniels) 16-45 Jerry Falwell 25 Jacobs Brothers 7:25 20 Big Brother 22-67 Mathematics Foundation 7:30 2 Christopher Closeup 4 Knowledge 5 Oral Roberts 7-8 Faith for Today 9 Everywoman (repeat from Sat 7:30?) 11 Day of Discovery 13 Q&A "Can the question of abortion be resolved?" 20-25 Rex Humbard 26 Carrascolendas 7:50 22-67 War & Society 8:00 2 Songs of Faith 4 To the Point 5 Wonderama (Bob McAllister) 7 Bauman Bible Telecast 8 Couriers 9 Christopher Closeup (that makes 3 DC stations on your scorecard Grin) 11 Hot Fudge 13 Villa Alegre 16 Calvary Lifeline

26 Sesame Street 45 Jimmy Swaggart 8:15 22-67 GED 8:30 2 Flintstones 4 Telus 8 Christopher Closeup 9 Spread a Little Sunshine 11 Courtship of Eddie's Father 13 Big Blue Marble 16-20-45 Oral Roberts 25 Broadfording Gospel Hour 8:45 8 Our Hispanic Community 22-67 English Literature 9:00 2 Bloomin' Place 7-13 Directions 8 This is the Life 9 Mass for Shut-Ins 11 Movie "Tarzan's Greatest Adventure" 16 Rex Humbard 20 Riverdale Baptist Church 25 Echoes of Hope 26 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 45 Leroy Jenkins 9:30 2 Far Out Space Nuts 4 Mixed Company 7 Day of Discovery 8 Magic Cocoon 9 Prisma 13 Insight 20 Robert Schuller (guest George Foreman) 22-67 It's Everybody's Business 25 Jerry Falwell 26 Vision On 45 Garner Ted Armstrong 10:00 2 Lamp Unto My Feet 7 Garner Ted Armstrong 8 Davey & Goliath 9 Look Up & Live (report on the resettlement of Indochinese refugees in northern Virginia, concentrating on the Arlington RC Diocese, who helped settle over 5000 refugees) 13 Animals, Animals, Animals 16 Evangel Hour 22-67 Cultural Anthropology 26 Sesame Street 45 Rex Humbard

10:15 8 Hearthside Hymns 10:30 2 Look Up & Live 4 Sunday 7 Black Forum 8 Big Blue Marble 9 Agronsky & Company 11 Movie "Judge Hardy's Children" (bw) 13 Junior Almost Anything Goes (coaches Avery Schrieber, Abe Vigoda, and Lesley Ann Warren) 16 Good News 20 Lancelot Link, Secret Chimp 22-67 Introduction to Mathematics 25 God's Good News 11:00 2 Camera Three (Waverly Consort, pt 2) 5 Movie "Fort Worth" 7 Headliner 8 Cartoonland 9 DC News Conference 13 Bob Turk & the Sunshine Kids (rerun of the Law Day special) 16 Garner Ted Armstrong 20 Valley of the Dinosaurs 22-67 Writing for a Reason 25 American Religious Town Hall 26 Electric Company 45 Robert Schuller (Foreman's here too) 11:30 2-9-16 Face the Nation 7 Crossfire 13 Eyewitness Newsmakers (Maryland US Reps Robert Bauman (R), Barbara Mikulski (D) and Parren Mitchell (D) discuss President Carter's first 100 days in office) 20 Movie "Tarzan's New York Adventure" (bw) 22-67 American Government 25 Word of Life 26 Studio See 11:55 8 News Afternoon noon 2 Movie "The Trap" 4 One on One 7-13 Issues & Answers (guest: King Hussein of Jordan) 8 Call of the Outdoors 9 Town Meeting 11 Movie "Bonnie and Clyde" 16 Christian Viewpoint 22-67 Afro-American Perspectives 25 Jacobs Brothers 26 Public Policy Forum

45 Little Rascals (bw) 12:30 4-8-16-25 Meet the Press 5 Movie "The Yellow Rolls-Royce" 7 Diario 9 Mod Squad 13 Movie "On Any Sunday" (Steve McQueen and filmmaker Bruce Brown join forces for this tribute to motorcycling) 22-67 TV Garden Club 45 Soul of the City 1:00 4 To the Point 7 Movie "Operation: Cobra" 8 Outdoors with Julius Boros 16 Public Policy Forum 20 Movie "They Drive by Night" (bw) 22-67 Pro Soccer: Leeds v Manchester United (playoff highlights) 25 Insight 26 Movie "Encore" (bw) 1:30 2-9 NBA: Eastern Conference playoff 4 World of Survival 8 That Good Ole Nashville Music 25 Wrestling 45 Rifleman (bw) 2:00 4 Bing Crosby Cup (golf) 8 Bowling 13-16 Baseball: the Orioles host California; commentators Bill O'Donnell and Chuck Thompson (what other stations were on the O's TV network?) 22-67 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 45 Big Valley 2:30 7 World Invitational Tennis Classic: Evonne Goolagong v Sue Barker 11 Outdoors with Julius Boros 22-67 Sesame Street 25 Shenandoah Apple Blossom Festival (did they take 9's coverage?) 3:00 4 Celebrity Sweepstakes 5 Movie "Three the Hard Way" (repeat from Sat 11:30pm) 8 Friends of Man (New York ASPCA) 11 Beverly Hillbillies 20 Movie "The Little Foxes" (bw) 26 American Short Story "Soldier's Home"/"Almos' a Man" 45 UFO 3:30 4-8-25 Houston Open golf 11 Realities 22-67 Rebop

3:45 2-9 NBA: Western Conference playoff 4:00 7 Alan King Tennis Classic 13 Meet the Press 22-67 Hodgepodge Lodge 45 The Saint 4:30 11 It's Academic 13-16 Alan King Tennis Classic (JIP) 22-67 Once Upon a Classic "Little Lord Fauntleroy" (pt 5) 26 Agronsky at Large 53 Overseas Mission 5:00 5 Movie "Speedway" 11 Wild, Wild World of Animals 20 Movie "Reap the Wild Wind" 22-67 Six American Families 26 Firing Line 45 Sea Hunt (bw; Mike finds plants on the sea floor that have a distinct resemblance to pot Grin) 53 Anyone for Tennyson? 5:30 4-8-25 Grandstand (preview of the May 11 Duane Bobick-Ken Norton fight, report on sports medicine, Drake Relays and Penn Relays reviews) 11 Wild Kingdom 45 It Takes a Thief 53 Romantic Rebellion Evening 6:00 2 My Three Sons 4 It's Academic (teams from St. Anselm, Jefferson, and Madison) 7-8-9-11-13 News 16 Championship Fishing 22-67 Wall Street Week 25 Music City (guest George Jones) 26 Black Perspective on the News 53 Book Beat 6:30 2 To Tell the Truth 4-8-25 NBC Nightly News 7 Arthur of the Britons 9-16 CBS Evening News 11 Look at It This Way 13 Muppet Show (guest Florence Henderson) 22-67 Nova "The Renewable Tree" 26 Black Journal 45 McHale's Navy (bw) 53 Americana "Bethlehem" (life at a center for abandoned and troubled teens)

7:00 2-9-16 60 Minutes 4-8-11-25 Wonderful World of Disney "Michael O'Hara, the Fourth" (pt 2, first aired in 1972) 5 Brady Bunch 7-13 Nancy Drew 26 Forsyte Saga (bw) 45 Hogan's Heroes 53 American Documents "Working for the Lord" (communes established by religious groups in 19th-century America) 7:30 5 Brady Bunch 20 Jerry Falwell 22-67 Lowell Thomas Remembers (FDR, conclusion) 45 Gomer Pyle, USMC 8:00 2-9 Movie "The Alamo" 4-8-11-25 Big Event: National Disaster Survival Test (host Tom Snyder; co-hosts Kate Jackson, Apollo 7's Walter Schirra, and Shana Alexander; guests include National Safety Council prez Vincent Tofany and American Red Cross chairman Dr. Frank Stanton...these days, a similar feat might be watching NBC's line-up Cheesy) 5 Lawrence Welk (country favorites) 7-13-16 Movie "Airport" 22-26-53-67 Previn & the Pittsburgh 45 Movie "Trapeze" 8:30 20 700 Club (guest Walt Mills) 9:00 5 Hee Haw (launching season #4 with guests Tammy Wynette and Will Geer) 22-26-67 Masterpiece Theatre "Upstairs, Downstairs" (conclusion; Poldark starts next week) 53 American Short Story "Soldier's Home"/"Almos' a Man" 9:30 4-8-11-25 Movie "The Possessed" 10:00 5 News 20 American Religious Town Hall 22-67 Woman Alive! 26 Upstairs, Downstairs Farewell (stars from the show assist in a live PBS fundraiser) 45 Sammy & Company 10:30 5 King of Kensington "Fertility for Two" 20 Jimmy Swaggart 53 Pallisers (pt 13) 10:45 7-13-16 TBA 11:00 2-4-5-7-8-9-11-13-16-25 News 5 Mission: Impossible

20 God's Good News 22-67 World Press 11:30 2 Movie "Eye of the Cat" 4-8-16 Movie "Slaughterhouse Five" 7 Movie "Bonnie and Clyde" 9 CBS News 11 Movie "Two on a Guillotine" (bw) 13 Peter Marshall (guests Marlo Thomas, the Pointer Sisters, Mary MacGregor, Alice Ghostley, David Lander, and Michael McKean) 20 International Voice of Victory 22-67 Yanaki 25 PTL Club (guests Dave Boyer and Doug Wead) 45 Movie "Dial 'M' for Murder" 11:45 9 Peter Marshall (same line-up as 13) Late Night midnight 5 David Susskind (mugging) 20 Journey to Adventure 1:00 13 News 1:10 13 ABC News 1:25 45 News 1:30 7 ABC News 8 News Retro: DC/Baltimore/Delmarva Sat, Apr 30, 1977 Posted by request, from TV Guide-Washington/Baltimore edition Evening programs on ch 9 may be pre-empted for NBA Playoffs 2 WMAR-CBS Baltimore 4 WRC-NBC Washington 5 WTTG-Ind Washington 7 WMAL-ABC Washington 8 WGAL-NBC Lancaster 9 WTOP-CBS Washington 11 WBAL-NBC Baltimore 13 WJZ-ABC Baltimore 16 WBOC-CBS/NBC/ABC Salisbury 20 WDCA-Ind Washington 22 WAPB-PBS Annapolis 25 WHAG-NBC Hagerstown 26 WETA-PBS Washington

45 WBFF-Ind Baltimore 53 WNVT-PBS Annandale (relayed on 14 Washington) 67 WMPB-PBS Baltimore (relayed on WCPB 28-Salisbury and WWPB 31-Hagerstown) Morning 6:00 9 Agriculture USA 13 Sign-In 6:30 2-9-16 Sunrise Semester "Religions and Civilizations of the Near East" 7 Treehouse Club 8 Lone Ranger (bw) 13 Problem in the Classroom 6:45 4 Faith & Life 20 Consultation/Update on Health 7:00 2 Tarzan 4 Beth & Bower Half Hour 5 Bullwinkle 7 Animals, Animals, Animals 8 Max B. Nimble 9 Arthur & Company 11 Learning to Read 13 Vegetable Soup 16 Peninsula Perspective 20 Hot Fudge 25 Changed Lives 26 Helping Children with Special Needs 45 Popeye/Cartoons (bw) 7:25 22-67 Psychological Perspectives 7:30 2 Clue Club 4 Big Blue Marble 5 Jackson 5 7 GED 8 Sunshine Corners 11 Focus on Faith 13 Bob Turk & the Sunshine Kids (3 Baltimore County cops tell the Kids about life as a police officer, in a Law Day special) 16 At Home Today 20 Swiss Family Robinson (the CTV-Fremantle version) 25 Open Door Church 7:45 11 Davey & Goliath 45 Three Score & More 7:50 22-67 Systems Management

8:00 2-16 Sylvester & Tweety 4-8-25 Woody Woodpecker 5 Underdog 7-13 Tom & Jerry/Mumbly 9 Villa Alegre 11 Better Way... 20 Dr. Dolittle 26 Sesame Street 45 Open Wide 8:15 22-67 GED 45 Baltimore Dept. of Social Services 8:30 2 Flintstones 4-8-25 Pink Panther 5 H.R. Pufnstuf 7-13 Jabberjaw 9-16 Clue Club 11 At Home in Maryland 20 God's Good News 45 Baltimore Community Relations Commission 8:45 22-67 English Literature 45 Baltimore Urban Services Agency 9:00 2-9-16 Bugs Bunny/Road Runner 5 Porky Pig 7-13 Scooby-Doo/Dynomutt 11 Garden Living 20 Lost in Space 26 Sesame Street 45 Swiss Family Robinson (same version as 20) 9:30 5 Casper 11 Courtship of Eddie's Father 22-67 It's Everybody's Business 45 World of Survival 10:00 2 Professor Kool 4-8-11-25 Speed Buggy 5-16 Flintstones 9 Sneakers 20 Soul of the City 22-67 Cultural Anthropology 26 Once Upon a Classic "Little Lord Fauntleroy" (pt 4) 45 Rifleman (bw) 10:30

2-9-16 Batman (animated) 4-8-11-25 Monster Squad 5 Jetsons 7-13 Krofft Supershow 22-67 Introduction to Mathematics 26 Zoom 45 Rifleman (bw) 11:00 2-9-16 Shazam!/Isis 4-8-11-25 Space Ghosts/Frankenstein Jr. 5 Movie "A Day at the Races" (bw) 20 Video Disco (Barry Richards) 22-67 Writing for a Reason 26 Infinity Factory 45 Bat Masterson (bw) 11:30 4-8-11-25 Big John, Little John 7-13 Superfriends 22-67 American Government 26 Rebop 45 Lone Ranger (bw) Afternoon noon 2-9-16 Fat Albert 4-8-11-25 Land of the Lost 7-13 Short Story Special "Homer and the Wacky Doughnut Machine" 20 Movie "Abbott and Costello Meet the Killer, Boris Karloff" 22-67 Afro-American Perspectives 26 Carrascolendas 45 Movie "The Adventures of Robin Hood" 12:30 2-9-16 Ark II 4-8-11-25 Kids from CAPER 7 American Bandstand (guests Andrew Gold, the Miracles, and Tom Dreesen) 13 Law Day 22-67 Business of Writing 26 Book Beat 1:00 2-9-16 CBS Children's Film Festival "What Next?" (a 1974 British import) 4 Vistas 5 Movie "Welcome to Hard Times" 8 US Farm Report 11 Soul Train 22-67 Crockett's Victory Garden 25 Wally's Workshop 26 Movie "L'Avventura" 1:30 4 Outdoors with Julius Boros 7 Movie "The Naked Runner" 8 Sportsman's Friend

13 Lawrence Welk (country favorites) 20 Movie "Werewolf of London" (bw) 22-67 Book Beat 25 Medix 2:00 2 Bottom Line 4-8-11-16-25 Grandstand 9 Movie "Cowboy" 22-67 Photography: Here's How 2:15 4-8-11-16-25 Baseball: Cleveland-Milwaukee (alt game: Seattle-NY Yankees) 2:30 2 Movie "Flame of the Barbary Coast" (bw) 13 Star Trek 22-67 French Chef 45 Flaming Frontiers (bw) 3:00 5 Movie "Fort Dobbs" (bw) 7 Greatest Sports Legends (Elgin Baylor, then one of only 8 NBA players with more than 20,000 career points scored) 20 Movie "You'll Like My MOther" 22-67 Woman 45 Highway Patrol 3:30 7-13 Alan King Tennis Classic 22-67 Food Preserving 45 Dragnet 4:00 9 Bold Ones 22-67 Anyone for Tennyson? 26 All About TV 45 Wrestling 4:30 2 CBS Sports Spectacular: PRCA Invitation rodeo (Vin Scully was one of the commentators for that)/Men's Pro Surfing Championship/Blue Grass Stakes horse race 5 Ghost & Mrs. Muir 22-67 Critic's Place 53 Lilias, Yoga & You 5:00 4-8-25 Houston Open golf 5 Soul Train 7-13 ABC Wide World of Sports: daredevil Ken Carter's attempt to jump 12 trucks in a '62 Chevy, live from Tampa/Joie Chitwood Auto Thrill Show (also live from Tampa)/NCAA Wrestling Championships 9 Shenandoah Apple Blossom Parade (the 50th annual, with Grand Marshal Tom Bosley) 11 FBI 16 CBS Sports Spectacular (JIP) 20 UFO

26 Nova "The Renewable Tree" 45 Partridge Family 53 Six American Families (pt 4 profiles the Georges, a black family from Queens) 5:30 22-67 Basically Baseball 45 Gilligan's Island (bw) Evening 6:00 2 Hee Haw (guests Faron Young and Barbara Mandrell) 5 My Three Sons 9 News 11 Bowling 16 Peninsula Perspective 20 Star Trek 22-67 Studio See 26 Pro Soccer: highlights of Leeds-Manchester United playoff game 45 I Dream of Jeannie 53 Woman Alive! (profiling British women's shelter Chiswick's Women's Aid) 6:30 4-25 NBC Nightly News 5 Family Affair 7-8 News 9-16 CBS Evening News 13 ABC Evening News 22-67 Consumer Survival Kit 45 Get Smart (an I Spy spoof, with Robert Culp along for the ride) 7:00 2-11-13 News 4 Price is Right 5 Andy Griffith (bw) 7 Muppet Show (guest Harvey Korman) 8 Out on the Farm 9 Agronsky & Company 16 Lawrence Welk (country favorites) 20 Emergency One! 22-67 Maryland Newsrap 25 Hee Haw (4th season premiere; guests Tammy Wynette and Will Geer) 26 Studio See 45 Hogan's Heroes 53 The Way It Was (Rocky Graziano and Tony Zale look back on their 1948 world heavyweight title bout) 7:30 2 To Tell the Truth 4 New Place (small business, pt 2) 5 Odd Couple (Oscar and Felix on a game show, Allen Ludden and Betty White guest star as themselves) 7 Wild, Wild World of Animals 8 Spotlight Series 9 Everywoman (one woman's fight against breast cancer) 11 Hollywood Squares 13 Metro

22-67 Agronsky at Large 26 Once Upon a Classic "Little Lord Fauntleroy" (pt 5) 45 Lucy Show 53 High School Sports 8:00 2-9-16 Mary Tyler Moore 4-8-11-25 Movie "Airport 1975" 5 Movie "Damn Yankees" 7 Blansky's Beauties 13 Square Off (guests discuss Baltimore's award as All-American City) 20 Movie "The Two Kennedys" (Italian take on the assassinations of JFK and RFK) 22-67 Masterpiece Theatre "Upstairs, Downstairs" (pt 15) 26 Lowell Thomas Remembers (FDR, conclusion) 45 Space: 1999 8:30 2-9-16 Bob Newhart 7-13 Fish 26 World War I (bw) 9:00 2-9-16 All in the Family 7-13 Starsky & Hutch 22-67 Forsyte Saga (bw) 26 Six American Families (pt 4) 45 Movie "Flying Fortress" (bw) 9:30 2-9-16 All's Fair 53 Soundstage (with the Spinners) 10:00 2-9-16 Carol Burnett (guest Jim Nabors) 4-8-11-25 Movie "Mysteries from Beyond Earth" 5 News 7-13 Future Cop 20 Challenge (Herb Davis; discussing rising health-care costs with Dr. Raymond Scaletter and Blue Cross-Blue Shield VP Barry Wilson) 22-67 Classic Theatre "The Three Sisters" 26 Movie "L'Eclisse" (bw) 10:30 5 Black Reflections (Larry Covington) 20 Petey Greene's Washington (round-table discussion of voting rights for DC's ex-felons) 45 Apple Blossom Festival (given the length, I assume this was parade coverage?) 53 Best of Ernie Kovacs (bw) 11:00 2-7-9-13-16 News 5 Monty Python's Flying Circus 20 Movie "Countess Dracula" 11:30 2 Movie "Gargoyles" 4-8-11 News

5 Movie "Three the Hard Way" 7 Movie "The Legend of Lizzie Borden" 9 Movie "The Candidate" 13 Movie "Last Summer" 16 Movie "Green Mansions" 25 Country Carnival (guest John Wesley Ryles) 45 Movie "House of Dracula" (bw) Late Night midnight 4-8-11-25 TVTV Show (Howard Hesseman and Mary Frann lead a spoof of TV news) 12:30 20 700 Club (guest Joe Reed) 12:45 45 Movie "Invisible Agent" (bw) 1:20 13 News 1:30 4 Don Kirshner's Rock Concert (guests Yes, the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, Kip Adotta, and Natural Gas) 5 Movie "The More the Merrier" (bw) 7-13 ABC News 8 News 11 FBI 1:45 13 Movie "Attack of the Monsters" 2:00 20 The Rock 2:10 45 Flaming Frontiers (bw) 2:25 45 News 3:30 5 Movie "Sea of Grass" (bw) Retro: Pennsylvania-New York State, Monday, Sept. 9th, 1985 Source: TV Guide, Sept 7-13 1985, issue #1693. [eBay purchase] CHANNELS 3 WSTM Syracuse, NY [NBC] 5N WNEW New York City [IND] 5S WTVH Syracuse [CBS] 9 WIXT Syracuse [ABC] 11 WPIX New York City [IND] 12 WBNG Binghamton, NY [CBS] 16 WNEP Scranton, PA [ABC]

18 WETM Elmira, NY [NBC] 22 WDAU Wilkes-Barre [CBS] 24 WCNY Syracuse [PBS] 28 WBRE Scranton [NBC] 34 WMGC Binghamton [ABC] 36 WENY Elmira [ABC] 38 WOLF Scranton [IND] 38B WSBK Boston [IND] 40 WICZ Binghamton [NBC] 44 WVIA Wilkes-Barre [PBS] 46 WSKG Binghamton [PBS] WOR New York City [IND, Ch. 9] Splitting into two parts due to the large number of channels. The second part will be done Tuesday afternoon. 5AM WOR Headline News 5:30 11 INN News 5:45 12 Headline News 6AM 3 18 Vegetable Soup 5N New Zoo Revue 5S 20 Minute Workout 9 36 ABC News-Bell/Meserve 11 Physician's Television Network Debut: This weekly series offering instructional programs for physicians originates from medical schools around the country. Topics include cardiology, grand rounds. 16 ABC News [30 min] 28 WOR Jimmy Swaggart 34 ABC/Local News 38 700 Club 38B Romper Room 6:15 46 To Life! Yoga With Priscilla Patrick 6:320 40 AM Twin Tiers 6:30 3 18 28 40 NBC News-Connie Chung 5N Groovie Goolies and Friends 5S CBS News-Daniels/Sawyer 11 Great Space Coaster 12 Encounter 16 News 22 Morning Stretch 38B 20 Minute Workout 44 46 Farm Day WOR 700 Club

6:45 44 46 AM Weather 7AM 3 18 28 40 Today A conversation with Linda Evans is among the scheduled segments. 5N Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids 5S 12 22 CBS Morning News Scheduled: A week-long series on talk-show hosts begins with Merv Griffin. Also: Dustin Hoffman in the first of three parts. 9 16 34 36 Good Morning America Scheduled: Arnold Schwarzenegger ["Commando"]. Also: a segment on AIDS, and the first in a week-long series on cars. 11 Pink Panther 24 Farm Day 38 Inspector Gadget 38B Batman 44 American Government Survey 46 Sesame Street 7:15 24 A.M. Weather 7:30 5N Plastic Man 11 Scooby Doo 24 44 Sesame Street 38 38B Voltron WOR Straight Talk Topic: overweight children. 8AM 5N Woody Woodpecker 11 Superfriends 38 Tranzor Z 38B Fat Albert 8:30 5N Flintstones 11 Munsters BW 24 44 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 38 Heathcliff 38B Porky Pig/Bugs Bunny WOR Romper Room and Friends 9AM 3 18 The Waltons 5N Brady Bunch 5S Hour Magazine Actress Isabel Sanford [part 1 of 2]; David Horowitz, on child-proofing one's home; the transmission of AIDS; Anita McKeown, who talks about her calamity-filled first year as a policewoman. 9 12 28 Phil Donahue Scheduled: Actress Shirley MacLaine. 11 Incredible Hulk 16 Hatchy Milatchy [local?]

22 Love Connection 24 46 Sesame Street 34 700 Club 36 Morning Stretch 38 Three Stooges BW 38B Charlie's Angels 40 Jim Bakker 44 Reading Rainbow 9:30 5N I Love Lucy BW 22 Let's Make a Deal ['84 syndi. version] 36 Jimmy Swaggart 38 Elegant Appetite 44 Lap Quilting with Georgia Bonesteel WOR Flying Nun 10AM 3 18 28 Silver Spoons Rick's matchmaking pairs Grandfather Stratton [John Houseman] with Rick's teacher. 5N Bionic Woman 5S 12 22 $25,000 Pyramid Scheduled: Patty Duke, Nipsey Russell. 9 Little House on the Prairie 11 Mork and Mindy 16 Green Acres 36 Jim Bakker 38 Alive & Well Actress Christopher Norris; how parents can aid children with eating disorders. 38B Hogan's Heroes 40 Jimmy Swaggart 44 Great Chefs of New Orleans WOR Gidget 10:30 3 18 28 40 Sale of the Century 5S 12 22 Press Your Luck 11 Family 16 Petticoat Junction 34 Love Connection 38B My Three Sons 44 Under Sail WOR Partridge Family 11AM 3 18 28 40 Wheel of Fortune 5N Danny Thomas BW 5S 12 22 The Price is Right 9 All-Star Blitz Scheduled: Marla Gibbs, Donna Pescow. 16 34 36 Angie Brad and Angie [Robert Hays, Donna Pescow] dread telling their folks about their elopement. Maurice: Christian Seaborn. 38 Family 38B Divorce Court 44 NOVA

A docudrama on Gregor Mendel focuses on the condemnation of his heredity research by the Church. WOR Bewitched 11:30 3 18 28 40 Scrabble 5N Carol Burnett & Friends 9 16 Ryan's Hope 11 Best Talk in Town 34 36 All-Star Blitz Scheduled: Ted Lange, Anne Bloom. 38B Anything for Money WOR I Dream of Jeannie Noon 3 5S 12 18 22 News 5N Midday-Bill Boggs 9 Loving 11 INN News-Hanover/Scott 16 Midday 28 40 Super Password Scheduled: Pat Sajak, Vicki Lawrence. 34 36 Ryan's Hope 38 Perry Mason BW 38B Movie "Camelot" [1967] Director Joshua Logan's eye-filling version of the Broadway hit about King Arthur [Richard Harris], Queen Guinevere [Vanessa Redgrave] and Sir Lancelot [Franco Nero] in long-ago Britain. 44 Sesame Street 46 Behind the Wheel WOR News 12:30 3 18 28 40 Search for Tomorrow 5S 12 22 Young & The Restless 9 Divorce Court 11 Movie BW "They Got Me Covered." [1942] Bob Hope as a bungling newsman fending off foreign agents. Dorothy Lamour. 16 34 36 Loving 1PM 3 18 28 40 Days Of Our Lives 5N Hour Magazine See 9AM, Ch. 5S. 9 16 34 36 All My Children 38 Movie "Skateboard Madness." [1980] A photographer befriends four skateboarders to get an inside look at the sport. Stacey Peralta, Kent Senatore, Gregg Ayres. 44 Today's Special WOR Joker's Wild 1:30 5S 12 22 As The World Turns 44 Movie BW "My Love Came Back." [1940] Charming romantic comedy about a young violinist, which provided

versatile Olivia de Havilland with one of her most ingratiating early roles. Tony: Jeffrey Lynn. WOR Tic Tac Dough 2PM 3 18 28 40 Another World 5N News 9 16 34 36 One Life to Live WOR Let's Make a Deal 2:15 5N Popeye 2:30 5S 12 22 Capitol 11 Pink Panther WOR Dating Game 3PM 3 18 40 Santa Barbara 5N Inspector Gadget 5S 12 22 Guiding Light 9 16 34 36 General Hospital 11 Superfriends 24 Good Afternoon 28 38B Scooby Doo 38 Bugs Bunny & Friends 44 New Teach Times 46 Sports Week Featured: pitchers Phil Niekro [Yankees] and Joe Niekro [Astros]. WOR Hawaii Five-O 3:30 5N Woody Woodpecker & Bugs Bunny 11 Heathcliff 28 He-Man and the Masters of the Universe [Big 3 airing weekday cartoons] 38 Thundercats [debut] 38B Voltron 44 Square Foot Gardening 46 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 4PM 3S 18 He-Man and the Masters of the Universe [60 min version, and both stations are Big 3 affiliates!] 5N 34 He-Man and the Masters of the Universe [30 min version, and Ch. 34 is another Big 3 airing weekday cartoons] 5S Love Boat A woman [Carlene Watkins] falls for a man [Jim Stafford] who claims he's been celibate for a year; a woman's bridge partners [Rose Marie, Jan Clayton, Lucille Benson] interfere with her bid for a handsome man. 9 Quincy Quincy and a psychiatrist [Anita Gillette] try to prove the innocence of a former gang member accused of murder. Ethan Kellough: DeVoreaux White. 11 38 Voltron 12 Waltons Mary Ellen [Judy Norton-Taylor] rescues a girl from a contracted marriage, and her enraged fiance kidnaps Elizabeth in retaliation.

16 Quincy The secluded cabin Quincy and Emily chose for their honeymoon is full of people, one of whom is systematically murdering the others. 22 Hawaii Five-O 24 44 46 Sesame Street 28 Little House on The Prairie 36 We're Cooking Now 38B Tranzor Z 40 Thundercats WOR Dallas 4:30 5N Thundercats 11 Laverne & Shirley 34 Flintstones 36 Merv Griffin 38 Batman Part 1. The Joker [Cesar Romero] and the Penguin [Burgess Meredith] join forces to humiliate Batman. 38B He-Man and the Masters of The Universe 40 Scooby Doo [another Big 3, NBC, airing afternoon toons] 5PM 3 18 Alice 5N Dukes of Hazzard 5S Trapped John, M.D. Gonzo [Gregory Harrison[ believes he can cure a crippled man with surgery, but the patient won't okay the operation. 9 People's Court Cases include a band performance that was cancelled, and a refunded for unsold merchandise on consignment. Judge Joseph A. Wapner. Reporter: Doug Llewelyn. 11 Little House on the Prairie 12 Three's Company Jack and Janet fix Terri up with a man who, Furley learns, is a convicted murderer. John Ritter, Joyce DeWitt. 16 Rockford Files Rocky's crony hires Rockford to find his missing granddaughter. 22 Joker's Wild 24 44 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 28 Three's Company 34 Bewitched Darrin's boss accuses him of taking a business trip with another woman. 38 CHiPs The CHiPs try to persuade a fellow officer to take sick leave after he takes unnecessary risks on the job. Andy: Robert Viharo. 38B Quincy 40 Woody Woodpecker 46 Electric Company WOR Police Woman 5:30 3 18 Taxi Louie's relationship with Zena [Rhea Perlman] hits the rocks when she falls for the local bartender. Louie: Danny De Vito. 9 News 12 22 People's Court

See 5PM, Ch. 9. 24 Timmy and Lassie BW 28 M*A*S*H 34 Tic Tac Dough 36 Bewitched Samantha has trouble getting rid of an enchanted chair. 40 Jeopardy! 44 Untamed World 46 Secret City How to draw planets and landscapes. 6PM 3 5S 9 12 16 18 22 28 34 36 40 News 5N What's Happening!! 11 Private Benjamin 24 Audubon Wildlife Theatre 38 Barney Miller No one believes a man's ghost story until things start going "bump" in the night. Porter: Kenneth Tigar. 38B One Day at a Time 44 I Love Lucy BW 46 Wild, Wild World Of Animals "Under Kilmanjaro." The threat posed by growing herds of cattle to wildlife in an African game reserve is examined. Animals seen include the cheetah, the zebra, the wildebeest. WOR Hart to Hart 6:30 3 18 28 40 NBC News-Tom Brokaw 5N One Day At A Time 5S 12 22 CBS News-Dan Rather 9 16 34 36 ABC News-Peter Jennings 11 Benson 24 Nightly Business Report Guest commentator: Charls E. Walker. 38 Alice Flo's father [Forrest Tucker] tries to make amends for deserting the family when she was a child. Flo: Polly Holliday. 38B Jeffersons 44 Dark Shadows 46 MacNeil/Lehrer Newshour -crainbebo PA-NY state was a very interesting edition. The Syracuse stations were black boxes up until 1981, when they became the oblong 3S, 5S, 9S, and 24S. This could get confusing as there was a 5N and 5S, and a 9N and 9S. Around 1989 or 1990 they switched again, to white boxes and back to 3, 5, 9, and 24. In this issue, 12, 16, 18, 22, 28, 34, 36, 38, 40, 44 and 46 were in black boxes. The others were in white. WOR was listed in the cable listings [you know how A&E, CNN etc follows the broadcast channels] and was not 9N. But I would sure like to get a Utah-Idaho edition sometime, just to see those weird looking boxes... -crainbebo

6AM 11 Physician's Television Network Debut: This weekly series offering instructional programs for physicians originates from medical schools around the country. Topics include cardiology, grand rounds. I remember this and Lifetime Medical Television -- both featuring programming for physicians and my first exposure to prescription drug ads, back when they were still restricted to the trade. Of course, at the time, TV ads for prescription drugs required very lengthy disclaimers, dosage information and side effects warnings, just like their print counterpart. Physicians TV had a brief segment at the end of the show for these disclaimers, while Lifetime Medical Television had an entire program filled with nothing but disclaimers for drugs featured that week. 11AM 9 All-Star Blitz Scheduled: Marla Gibbs, Donna Pescow. 16 34 36 Angie Brad and Angie [Robert Hays, Donna Pescow] dread telling their folks about their elopement. Maurice: Christian Seaborn. Odd that the game show where Donna was a guest (seen on a delay) was opposite reruns of her sitcom (which was shown "live"). Quote from: crainbebo on Yesterday at 09:33:01 PM 3PM 44 New Teach Times Shouldn't this be "New Tech Times"? Quote from: crainbebo on Yesterday at 09:33:01 PM 4PM 3S 18 He-Man and the Masters of the Universe [60 min version, and both stations are Big 3 affiliates!] 5N 34 He-Man and the Masters of the Universe [30 min version, and Ch. 34 is another Big 3 airing weekday cartoons] I thought He-Man was always seen only in a half-hour format, unless the "hour" stations were doubling up on episodes. Quote from: harrisburgpatv on Yesterday at 10:38:56 PM The Syracuse stations were black boxes up until 1981, when they became the oblong 3S, 5S, 9S, and 24S. Quote from: crainbebo on Yesterday at 11:19:21 PM In this issue, 12, 16, 18, 22, 28, 34, 36, 38, 40, 44 and 46 were in black boxes. The others were in white. WOR was listed in the cable listings [you know how A&E, CNN etc follows the broadcast channels] and was not 9N. As for the Syracuse channels during this time, were they listed with the "local" channels or with the cable channels? I would think that WNEW, WPIX and WSBK are listed in the cable section as "5N", "11N" and "38B", respectively. 44 New Teach Times Shouldn't this be "New Tech Times"?

Quote from: crainbebo on Yesterday at 09:33:01 PM 4PM 3S 18 He-Man and the Masters of the Universe [60 min version, and both stations are Big 3 affiliates!] 5N 34 He-Man and the Masters of the Universe [30 min version, and Ch. 34 is another Big 3 airing weekday cartoons] I thought He-Man was always seen only in a half-hour format, unless the "hour" stations were doubling up on episodes. Quote from: crainbebo on Yesterday at 11:19:21 PM In this issue, 12, 16, 18, 22, 28, 34, 36, 38, 40, 44 and 46 were in black boxes. The others were in white. WOR was listed in the cable listings [you know how A&E, CNN etc follows the broadcast channels] and was not 9N. As for the Syracuse channels during this time, were they listed with the "local" channels or with the cable channels? I would think that WNEW, WPIX and WSBK are listed in the cable section as "5N", "11N" and "38B", respectively. Yep, it is New Tech Times. Typo on my part. He-Man: The TV Guide listed 3S and 18 as He-Man and the Masters of the Universe-Cartoon; 60 min. 5N and 34 weren't-because they were half-hour. 3S, 5N, 5S, 9S, 11N, 24S and 38B were listed in the cable section. I included them in because they were ABC, NBC, CBS, PBS, and/or Independents other than WTBS. WOR, which TV Guide called a network, I added because WNEW and WPIX were in there as well. Didn't want Channel 9 left behind! 7PM-5AM 7PM 3 18 Jeffersons Louise [Isabel Sanford] loses her memory as the result of a mugging. Sherman Hemsley. 5N 38B M*A*S*H 5S 28 Entertainment Tonight Scheduled: David Hasselhoff and his wife Catherine Hickland. 9 40 Wheel of Fortune 11 Jeffersons 112 M*A*S*H A disjointed Christmas in Korea. Hawkeye: Alan Alda. 16 PM Magazine A pretzel manufacturer in Lititz, Pa; a miniatures maker. 22 Jeopardy! 24 MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour 34 Race Report 36 Phil Donahue Cocaine addiction in women. 38 All in the Family On her own for a family wedding, Edith [Jean Stapleton] renews her friendship with her childhood friend, Cousin Roy [Tim O'Connor]. 44 Nightly Business Report Guest commentator: Charls E. Walker. WOR $100,000 Pyramid

7:30 3 18 WKRP In Cincinnati Carlson [Gordon Jump] practices his convention speech on his staffers, who find refuge from his boring bombast in daydreams. 5N Archie Bunker's Place 5S M*A*S*H Potter [Harry Morgan] asks a wounded psychiatrist [Allan Arbus] to mollify his bickering doctors. Alan Alda. 9 Jeopardy! 11 INN News-Brad Holbrook 12 Bugs Bnny "Bugs Bunny's Mad World of Television" puts the rabbit in charge of a TV network, to the chagrin of Yosemite Sam, who plots an overthrow. 16 Wheel of Fortune 22 40 Family Feud 28 Dating Game 34 Road to Wealth 38 WKRP in Cincinnati First of two parts. The station receives a terrorist bomb threat. Gordon Jump, Tim Reid. 38B Barney Miler 44 Doctor Who 46 Nightly Business Report See 7PM, Ch. 44. WOR Benny Hill 8PM 3 18 28 40 TV's Bloopers and Practical Jokes Practical jokes on Dick Van Patten and Stevie Wonder; "Days of Our Lives" bloopers, with Leann Hunley; a salute to TV horror-show hosts, with Elvira; news bloopers; a blooper by Al Molinaro. 5N Far Pavilions Debut: In this three-part drama based on the novel by M.M. Kaye, a tale of forbidden love is set against the backdrop of 19th-century British India. Part 1 introduces Ashton Pelham-Martyn [Ben Cross], a British officer born and raised in India, who struggles to reconcile his conflicting loyalties; and Ashton's one-time childhood playmate Princess Anjuli [Amy Irving], with whom he falls in love. 5S 12 22 Scarecrow & Mrs. King An apparent victim of job burnout, Lee [Bruce Boxleitner] is taken off field duty and assigned to a desk job. Jack Harris: George McDaniel. 9 Jack Van Impe: Escape the Second Death Dr. Van Impe delivers the sermon "How to Escape the Second Death." Guests include former Miss U.S.A. Terri Utley [1982]. 11 Movie "Smile" [1975] Teen-age beauty contests are satirized in this dark-humored look at middle-class values and the American obsession with winning. Bruce Dern. 16 34 36 Hardcastle and McCormick McCormick [Daniel Hugh-Kelly] grudgingly teams up with a cop he can't stand to give the judge [Brian Keith] the perfect birthday present: the continued incarceration of a vindictive killer who's about ready to be released. Sandy Knight: Stephen Shortridge. 24 46 Tiger, Tiger An intimate study of "the biggest, most powerful [and] most fearsome of the great cats." Filmed in India and Nepal, this report [which aired on CBS in 1977] reveals that the nimble creatures are shy of sunlight, hunting mostly "in the forests of the night." 38 Movie "Such Good Friends." [1971] Otto Preminger takes a bitter look at the medical profession and urban sexual mores. Filmed in Manhattan. James Coco, Dyan Cannon. 38B Movie "The Only Game in Town." [1970] Frank D. Gilroy's adaptation of his Broadway play about the

alliance of an aging Las Vegas showgirl [Elizabeth Taylor] and a cafe pianist [Warren Beatty] who is addicted to gambling. 44 Pennsylvania's Best Featured: a river cruise; a medieval fair. Also: an interview with Fred Waring. WOR News 8:30 44 Bloomsburg Theatre Ensemble A look at the local theater company created by Alvina Krause. WOR Family Feud 9PM 3 18 28 40 Movie "Love Child" [1982], the fact-based story of a convict desperately fighting to have and keep her baby, fathered by a guard. Terry Jean Moore: Amy Madigan. Jack Hansen: Beau Bridges. J.J.: Mackenzie Phillips. 5S 12 22 Kate & Allie Kate [Susan Saint James] is ecstatic about her marriage proposal from Ted [Greg Salata], but soon realizes that if she marries the plumber her independence may go down the drain. Allie: Jane Curtin. 9 16 34 36 NFL Football Return: Washington at Dallas [with Joe Namath, Frank Gifford and O.J. Simpson, LONG before his trial, as commentators. Live] 24 46 Quest for the Killers Debut: The achievements of those devoted to identifying and eradicating communicable diseases are chronicled in this five-part series based on a book by June Goodfield. "The Kuru Mystery" uses documentary footage and reenactments to trace pediatrician Carleton Gajdusek's discovery of a slow-acting but lethal virus that was decimating a Papua New Guinea tribe. 44 Movie "Spinout" [1966] In this typical songfest, Elvis Presley, surrounded by adoring females, plays a rock 'n' roll entertainer who is also a racing-car enthusiast. WOR Movie "Singin' in The Rain" [1952] Gene Kelly, Debbie Reynolds and Donald O'Connor in a hilarious spoof of Hollywood moviemaking in the late 1920s. 9:30 5S 12 22 Newhart Guilt turns to gelt as Stephanie's wealthy parents [Jose Ferrer, Priscilla Morrill] welcome their disowner daughter back with open arms and open coffers. Stephanie: Julia Duffy. 10PM 5N News 5S 12 22 Cagney & Lacey In the wake of a series of questionable police shootings in Spanish Harlem, Cagney [Sharon Gless] draws media fire when she shoots a young burglar in self-defense. Lacey: Tyne Daly. 11 INN News-Morton Dean 24 46 My Heart, Your Heart In December 1983, Jim Lehrer suffered a heart attack and underwent coronary bypass surgery. In hopes of sparing others his ordeal, the newsman hosts this primer on heart-disease prevention, which first aired in December 1985. 38 Charlie's Angels The Angels enter a ski competition to thwart a political kidnapping. First of two parts. 38B Odd Couple 10:30 11 News

38B Dick Van Dyke BW 44 Country Express 11PM 3 5S 12 18 22 28 News 5N WKRP In Cincinnati 11 Odd Couple 24 SCTV Network The chief of surgery [John Candy] tries to get away with murder on "Days of the Week." 38 All in The Family Songstress Edith [Jean Stapleton] loses her vocie on the day of her duet with Stephanie [Danielle Brisebois] at a school talent show. 38B M*A*S*H 40 INN News-Morton Dean 44 Twilight Zone BW 46 Motorweek Selected for road tests: the Chevrolet Cavalier convertible and Cadillac V6 Cimarron. WOR Bizarre 11:25 24 Jack Horkheimer: Star Hustler 11:30 3 18 28 40 Tonight Show Scheduled: Joan Rivers [guest hostess], Philip Michael Thomas [Miami Vcie], movie critics Gene Siskel and Roger Ebert, Howie Mandel, Mac Davis. ' 5N Kojak 5S 12 22 Simon & Simon The FBI suspects the Simons of a scam when A.J. is robbed of the diamond necklace he was delivering. Bailey: Anne Schedeen. 11 Honeymooners BW 24 46 Latenight America Scheduled: Exercise and nutrition tips to reduce the risks of heart disease. [Live] 38 Mission: Impossible Part 1. The agents sneak into a kingdom whose monarch runs a lucrative slave market. 38B Hogan's Heroes 44 Movie "Red Skies of Montana." [1952] Action-packed story of conflict between parachute-jumping firefighters. Richard Widmark, Jeffrey Hunter. WOR Hawaii Five-O Midnight 9 16 34 36 News 11 Twilight Zone BW 38B Divorce Court 12:30 3 18 28 40 Late Night with David Letterman Scheduled: Teri Garr and Jimmy Buffett. 5N Naked City BW 9 16 34 36 Nightline-Ted Koppel 11 Space: 1999 24 46 Jack Horkheimer: Star Hustler 38B Maude 12:40

5S 12 22 Movie Telly Savalas matches with with Edith Evans in "Crooks and Coronets" [British; 1969] about a small-time gangster plotting to burgle a stately home. 1AM 16 News 38B Phil Silvers BW 44 Movie BW "Fools for Scandal." [1938] Paris and London provide the backgrounds for this light diversion about an incognito movie star [Carole Lombard] and a penniless baron. WOR Joe Franklin 1:30 5N How to Make it in America-Infomercial 11 INN News 40 It's A Wonderful Life [not movie] 2AM 5S 12 CBS News Nightwatch-Charles Rose 11 Christian Children's Fund Report WOR Movie BW "The Fortune Cookie." [1965] Billy Wilder's biting satire won an Oscar for Walter Matthau as a shyster lawyer who connives with his brother-in-law [Jack Lemmon] to start a phony lawsuit. Jackson: Ron Rich. 2:30 5N Best of Midday-Bill Boggs 11 Movie BW "Blondie for Victory." [1942] Blondie [Penny Singleton] aids the war effort by organizing a Housewives Auxiliary on the home front. Arthur Lake, Stuart Erwin. 44 I Love Lucy BW 3:30 5N Off The Set 4AM 5S CBS News Nightwatch Continues 11 Abbott and Costello BW 12 Movie BW "A Perilous Journey." [1953] A group of women sail to California in search of husbands. Vera Ralston. 4:30 11 Biography BW -crainbebo Speaking of children's shows, specifically airing on "Big 3" stations: I guess somebody had to pick up some of the slack since WSYT in Syracuse had not yet signed on. Ditto for a similar channel in Binghamton... 3/18's "He-Man" hour makes me wonder if "She-Ra" was "bundled" into it, but I don't think that hit the air until a year, if memory serves... And also noteworthy at this point was that WOLF-38 in Scranton (the market's first independent station) was only about 3 months old at this point. Beginning in early 1984 (and continuing for quite

a few years after), WBRE-28 would air kids' shows in the 3-4pm hour - as apparent by this listing. They aired Scooby Doo at 3 and He-Man at 3:30. Later years would bring Dennis the Menace (the cartoon) into the mix. They also didn't clear "Santa Barbara" yet...I seem to remember 38 picking it up for a time but eventually WBRE would be airing it at either 9 or 10am. On another note regarding this edition.....When did 3S/3 and 18 stop airing everything together? I do remember seeing listings for KNDO 23 in Yakima airing He-Man in those days [NBC]. I guess with no independent you have to relegate cartoons into the Big 3 network stations. PS: I also have a TVG from Sep. 1984 on the way, from the LA Metropolitan area. Should be a BIG listing! -crainbebo 24 46 My Heart, Your Heart In December 1983, Jim Lehrer suffered a heart attack and underwent coronary bypass surgery. In hopes of sparing others his ordeal, the newsman hosts this primer on heart-disease prevention, which first aired in December 1985. 24 SCTV Network The chief of surgery [John Candy] tries to get away with murder on "Days of the Week." 24 46 Latenight America Scheduled: Exercise and nutrition tips to reduce the risks of heart disease. [Live] You'd think 24 would have opted to air a different episode of "SCTV" given the programmign airing around it? Roll Eyes Oh, and to answer Harrisburg's question, I believe the 3/18 simulcast ended not long after the sale of 18 from Times Mirror to Robert Smith, which took place in 1986. By the way, what were the ABC affiliates' regular late-night listings during the week? Looks like all expect WNEP signed off after Ted Koppel. 18 was a fairly robust "satellite" even in the Newhouse/Times Mirror days. While it shared some programming with WSYR-TV/WSTM, WSYE/WETM was doing its own local newscasts from its Elmira transmitter/studio site all the way back to its start in the 1950s. I believe the current downtown Elmira WETM studios were built around 1982, and once they opened the Elmira station was able to function completely independently of Syracuse, even if it was still listed officially as a "satellite" for a while. It is a great irony indeed that once WETM became part of the Ackerley/Clear Channel/Newport upstate cluster in the late nineties, it ended up once again being run from a Syracuse master control - this time the ABC affiliate on channel 9 that (even more irony) is now known as WSYR-TV! Retro: Amherst, Nova Scotia Fri, May 17, 1974 from my hometown weekly, the Amherst Citizen A couple of notes... * Channels listed in order of Amherst cable channel (ch 8/10/12 had cable FM stations, but I can't recall at the moment which station was where) * Bangor programs were videotapes recorded at Chamcook, New Brunswick and bicycled to cablecos across the Maritimes; by the mid-70s, they were replaced by a direct feed via Chamcook

Cable 2 CKCW 2-ATV/CTV Moncton Cable 5 CJCH 5-ATV/CTV Halifax 7:00 University of the Air 7:30 Happy House 8:00 Canada AM 10:00 Yoga 10:30 Super Pay Cards 11:00 Eye Bet 11:30 Women's Show noon Beat the Clock 12:30 Magistrate's Court 1:00 Midday Matinee "Duel at the Rio Grande" 2:30 Art of Cooking 3:00 Anything You Can Do 3:30 Somerset 4:00 Another World 4:30 What's the Good Word? 5:00 Goober & the Ghost Chasers 5:30 ID 6:00 ATV Evening News (Moncton and Halifax had their own editions in those days) 6:30 Truth or Consequences 7:00 Protectors 7:30 Headline Hunters 8:00 Starlost 9:00 Movie "Female Artillery" 10:30 Ryan's Fancy 11:00 FBI mid. CTV National News 12:20 ATV Late News 12:30 Best of Berton 1:00 Late Show "Terror Creatures from the Grave" Cable 3 CBHT 3-CBC Halifax 9:00 Mr. Dressup 9:30 Nova Scotia Schools 10:00 Canadian Schools 10:30 Nova Scotia Schools 11:00 Sesame Street noon Mon Ami 12:15 Friendly Giant 12:30 Flintstones 1:00 News/Roundabout 1:30 Audubon Wildlife Theatre 2:00 Juliette & Friends 2:30 Luncheon Date 3:00 Take 30 3:30 Edge of Night 4:00 Family Court 4:30 Bagatelle 5:00 Hi Diddle Day 5:30 That Girl 6:00 Fred Davis 6:30 Here Today 7:30 Irish Rovers 8:00 All in the Family

8:30 M*A*S*H 9:00 Tommy Hunter 10:00 Collaborators 11:00 The National 11:27 News 11:40 Movie "Forty Guns to Apache Pass" Cable 4 CCTV4 Community Channel (Central Cable TV, the little acorn from which EastLink grew) 7pm Safety Sense 7:30 Norman Tabernacle Choir Cable 6 WLBZ 2-NBC Bangor 9:00 My Backyard 9:30 Dialing for Dollars 10:00 Dinah's Place 11:00 Wizard of Odds 11:30 Hollywood Squares noon Jackpot 12:30 Celebrity Sweepstakes 1:00 Dialing for Dollars 1:30 Three on a Match 2:00 Days of Our Lives 2:30 Doctors 3:00 Another World 3:30 How to Survive a Marriage 4:00 Somerset 4:30 Flintstones 5:00 Bonanza 6:00 To Tell the Truth 6:30 Wild, Wild World of Animals 7:00 Sanford & Son 7:30 Lotsa Luck 8:00 Girl with Something Extra 8:30 Brian Keith 9:00 Glen Campbell Special 10:00 Tonight Show Cable 7 CHSJ 4-CBC Saint John 7:30 Audubon Wildlife Theatre 8:00 Juliette & Friends 8:30 Ed Allen Time 9:00 Mr. Dressup 9:30 Nova Scotia Schools 10:00 Canadian Schools 10:30 Nova Scotia Schools 11:00 Sesame Street noon Mon Ami 12:15 Friendly Giant 12:30 Mid-Day Report 12:35 Hollywood Squares 1:00 Movie Matinee "Sword of the Conqueror" 2:30 Magazine 3:00 Take 30 3:30 Edge of Night 4:00 Family Court 4:30 Bagatelle

5:00 Flintstones 5:30 Spectroscope 6:00 Evening Report 6:30 Talent Parade 7:00 Star Trek 8:00 All in the Family 8:30 M*A*S*H 9:00 Tommy Hunter 10:00 Collaborators 11:00 The National 11:27 News 11:30 Fred Davis mid. Merv Griffin Cable 9 WEMT 7-ABC Bangor 11:00 Man Trap 11:30 Brady Bunch noon Password 12:30 Split Second 1:00 All My Children 1:30 Let's Make a Deal 2:00 Newlywed Game 2:30 Girl in My Life 3:00 General Hospital 3:30 One Life to Live 4:00 $100,000 Pyramid 4:30 Mike Douglas 6:00 Hogan's Heroes 6:30 Beverly Hillbillies 7:00 Brady Bunch 7:30 Six Million Dollar Man 8:30 Odd Couple 9:00 Toma 10:00 Death Valley Days 10:30 In Concert Cable 11 CBAFT 11-SRC Moncton 10:15 En mouvement 10:30 M. Pipo 11:00 Au jardin de Pierrot 11:15 Topino 11:30 Personnalite feminine noon Les recettes de Juliette 12:30 La grande aventure 1:00 Fanfreluche 1:30 Allo Boubou 2:30 Le Telejournal 2:35 Femme d'aujourd'hui 3:30 Cinema "Jeunes maries" 5:00 Bobino 5:30 Sol et Gobelet 6:00 La vie en mouvement 7:00 Skippy (Skippy the Bush Kangaroo) 7:30 Les Maritimes aujourd'hui 8:00 Actualites 24 8:30 Marcus Welby, MD

9:30 Hors series 11:00 Dosssier 11:30 Le Telejournal mid. Appelez-moi Lise 1:00 Cinema "La decade prodigeuse" Cable 13 CBCT 13-CBC Charlottetown 9:00 Mr. Dressup 9:30 Nova Scotia Schools 10:00 Canadian Schools 10:30 Nova Scotia Schools 11:00 Sesame Street noon Mon Ami 12:15 Friendly Giant 12:30 Flintstones 1:00 Studio 13 1:30 Audubon Wildlife Theatre 2:00 Juliette & Friends 2:30 Luncheon Date 3:00 Take 30 3:30 Edge of Night 4:00 Family Court 4:30 Bagatelle 5:00 Hi Diddle Day 5:30 That Girl 6:00 Compass 7:00 Coronation Street 7:30 Irish Rovers 8:00 All in the Family 8:30 M*A*S*H 9:00 Tommy Hunter 10:00 Collaborators 11:00 The National 11:27 News 11:40 Movie "The Sweet Ride" Thanks for posting this one. I notice all the local and national newscasts are eliminated from the U.S. stations. Were the tapes on a one-week delay? I'm guessing some old newsbreaks got through. I wonder how well the playback worked... If the channel sat in black while the tapes were changed... That sort of thing. Not sure how long the delay was, must have been at least a week (cable didn't come to the rural community where I was raised 10 min from Amherst til around 1987) ...I believe playback would have been from the head-end on John Black Rd, just around the corner and up the road from Central Cable's offices (they're still there now, but it's essentially just a base for technicians now and one community TV producer-the bulk of community programming is networked via fibre from Halifax). Retro: Boston/Providence/Manchester Sun, May 1, 1983 from TV Guide-Boston edition

2 WGBH-PBS Boston 4 WBZ-NBC Boston 5 WCVB-ABC Boston 6 WLNE-CBS New Bedford 7 WNEV-CBS Boston 9 WMUR-ABC Manchester 9N WOR-Ind New York 10 WJAR-NBC Providence 11D WENH-PBS Durham 11N WPIX-Ind New York 12 WPRI-ABC Providence 25 WXNE-Ind Boston 27 WSMW-Ind Worcester 38 WSBK-Ind Boston 44 WGBX-PBS Boston 56 WLVI-Ind Boston 68 WQTV-Ind Boston PRV Preview (STV programming on ch 27 and 68; 68's programs air to 1am only) Morning 5:00 4 Prime Time (Barbara Brilliant) 5 Wanted-Dead or Alive cont'd (bw) 6 Movie "Footsteps in the Dark" cont'd (bw) 11N Biography (bw) PRV Movie "The Stratton Story" cont'd (bw) 5:05 9N News 5:10 5 Safari to Adventure 5:30 4 Show of Faith (Westy Egmont) 9N TBA 11N Christopher Closeup 5:40 5 5 All Night 5:45 11N Davey & Goliath 6:00 4 Insight 5 Christopher Closeup 6 Opportunity Knocks 7 Urban Update (Sales/Fields) 9N New Jersey Report 11N INN News 27 Waltons 6:30 4-10 This is the Life 5 Davey & Goliath

6 Ask the Doctor 7 Young Editors 9N News 11N Candid Camera 12 W.V. Grant 25 The Lesson 7:00 4 Yes You Can 5 Captain Bob 6-38 Kenneth Copeland 7 Lift Every Voice 9 Jerry Falwell 9N Newark & Reality 10 Christopher Closeup 11N-25 Robert Schuller 12 Jimmy Swaggart 27 Holy Ghost Revival 68 Noche del Gala 7:30 4 Mr. Magoo 5 Barbapapa 7 Asian Focus (Gloria Chun) 9N Jack Van Impe 10 Davey & Goliath 27 Fr. John Bertolucci 56 Music & the Spoken Word 7:45 7 Revista (Sixto Escobar) 8:00 2 Sesame Street 4 Beetle Bailey 5 New Heaven/New Earth 6 Confluence 9 Bob Jones 9N News 10 Impacto 11N Ever Increasing Faith 12 Soul Village 25 Jimmy Swaggart 27 Day of Discovery 38 Jim Bakker 56 Big Blue Marble 68 Christopher Closeup 8:30 4 Prime Time 5 Joy of Gardening 6 Portuguese Around Us 7 Catholic Mass 9-9N-12 Day of Discovery 10 Real to Reel 27 It is Written

38 Robert Schuller 56 Doctor Snuggles 68 Holy Ghost Revival 9:00 2 Sesame Street 4 Nosotros (Pablo Correa) 5 Sunday Open House 6-7 CBS News Sunday Morning (profile of singer Joe Williams) 9-9N-12 Oral Roberts 10 It is Written 11D Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 11N Return to the Planet of the Apes 25 Ever Increasing Faith 27 Fr. Michael Manning 56 Flintstones 68 Hour of Jubilee 9:30 9 Herald of Truth 9N Point of View 10 Jim Whittington 11D Sesame Street 11N Josie & the Pussycats 12 To Be Equal 27-38 World Tomorrow with Herbert W. Armstrong 56 Bugs Bunny 68 Aerobic Hour 10:00 2 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 4 Insight 9 Faith for Today 9N Catholic Mass 10 Jim Mendes 11N Tom & Jerry 12 Robert Schuller 25 Little Rascals (bw) 27 Search 38 Jetsons 56 Woody Woodpecker 10:30 2 Electric Company 4 Show of Faith 6 Catholic Mass 7 Senior Circuit 9 World Tomorrow with Herbert W. Armstrong 9N That's the Spirit 10 Sunday, Sunday 11D Sesame Street 11N Pink Panther 25 Gilligan's Island 27 W.V. Grant 38 Movie "The Naughty Nineties" (bw) 56 Popeye

68 Asian Entertainment 11:00 2 Sesame Street 4 Community Auditions 5 5 on 5 6 Jerry Falwell 7 Captain Kangaroo 9 Divine Plan 9N Make Peace with Nature 10 Welcome 11N Three Stooges (bw) 12 Upper Room 25 Tarzan 27 Robert Schuller 56 Tom & Jerry 68 Variety, Italian Style (Romagnoli) 11:30 4 News 5-9 This Week with David Brinkley 9N Rex Humbard 10 10 News Conference 11D Computer Programme 11N Movie "One Night in the Tropics" (bw) 12 World Tomorrow with Herbert W. Armstrong 56 Brady Bunch Afternoon noon 2 Sports America 4 News Conference 6 6 in Washington 7 Face the Nation 9N Robert Schuller 10 Wall Street Journal Report 11D Masterpiece Theatre "Private Schulz" (pt 4) 12 Area 12 25 Movie "Seven Blows of the Dragon" 27 Bowling 38 Movie "The French Connection 56 Movie "The Adventures of Robin Hood 68 Movie "The White Zombie" (bw) 12:30 4-10 Meet the Press 5 City Streets 6 This Week in Baseball 7 Outdoor Life 9 Focus 12 Front & Center 12:45 11N Movie "The War of the Worlds" 1:00

2 Firing Line (guest: philosopher Mortimer Adler) 4 Boxing: Alex Ramos (16-1-1/10 KO) takes on J.B. Williamson (12-0/5 KO) in a middleweight bout live from Vegas 5 Aqui 6-7 NBA: Eastern Conference semi-final 9 TBA 9N Arthritis Telethon (Mickey Gilley and Ralph Emery host from Opryland USA in Nashville) 10 Rockford Files 11D Movie "Dragonwyck" (bw) PRV Movie "Running Wild" 1:15 12 Nuestra Comunidad 1:30 5-9-12 USFL: teams TBA 2:00 2 Diamonds in the Sky 4 NBC SportsWorld: Jimmy "The Heat" Verderosa takes on Reyes Cruz in a lightweight bout live from Vegas/on tape: World's Strongest Men and World Funny Car Dog Racing 10 Blood Feud (conclusion) 25 Movie "Atlantis, the Lost Continent" 38 Movie "The Day of the Dolphin" 56 Movie "The Disorderly Orderly" 2:30 11N This Week in Baseball 3:00 2 From Harvard to the Hill (reviewing the first quarter-year of the new state administration) 11D Mystery! "We, the Accused" (pt 3) 11N Baseball: NY Yankees-Texas PRV Allman Brothers 3:30 2 Traveling Hopefully 6-7 NBA: conference semi-final 4:00 2 Creativity with Bill Moyers 4-10 Golf: Legends of Golf 11D Barbara Wodehouse Goes to Beverly Hills 25 Movie "The Concrete Cowboys" 38 Baseball: Boston-California 44 Personal Finance 56 Movie "The Man Who Loved Cat Dancing" PRV Movie "The Hurricane" (bw) 4:30 2 Freedom to Speak 4:45 5-9-12 ABC Wide World of Sports: Edwin Rosario (17-0/16 KO) takes on Jose Luis Ramirez (643/53 KO) in San Juan with the vacant WBC lightweight belt on the line

5:00 2 Say Brother (teens discuss social pressures and their consequences) 11D Victory at Sea (bw) 44 America: The Second Century 5:30 2 Tony Brown's Journal (herpes, conclusion) 11D New Hampshire Crossroads Evening NBA Playoff coverage may pre-empt programs on ch 4 6:00 2 Frontline "Crisis in Zimbabwe" 4-5-10-12 News 6-7 CBS Evening News 9 ABC World News Sunday 11D Wild, Wild World of Animals (orangutans) 11N Movie "The Bridge at Remagen" 25 Buck Rogers in the 25th Century 44 Business of Management 56 Hardy Boys-Nancy Drew Mysteries PRV Movie "Ruckus" 6:25 11D Viewpoint 6:30 4-10 NBC Nightly News 5 Miller's Court (manufacturer's liabilities re: consumer misuse) 6-7 News 9 Wild Kingdom (visiting the Sonora Desert) 11D New Hampshire Journal 12 Newsmakers 38 Carter Country 7:00 2 Great Chefs of New Orleans 4 Muppet Show (Roger Moore) 5-9-12 Ripley's Believe It Or Not! (unusual death rites/a house made of discarded materials/a 10ton ball of string) 6-7 60 Minutes 10 America's Heroes: The Sports Chronicles (pilot, hosted by Joe Theismann) 11D TV Auction Preview 25 CHiPs Patrol 38 Hogan's Heroes 44 Best Place to Live (profiling a Hmong community in Providence) 56 Six Million Dollar Man 7:30 2 King of the Roads (profiliing Maury "Steam Train" Graham) 4 Coming Together (Tanya Hart) 38 Phil Silvers (bw) 8:00 2 Cosmos (astrology, ancient astrology, and the life of Johannes Kepler) 4-10 TV's Censored Bloopers #4

5-9-12 Movie "1941" 6-7 Goodnight, Beantown (finale) 9N Road to Los Angeles 11D World at War (British life during WWII) 11N At the Movies (Siskel & Ebert tackle teen sex in the movies) 25 In Touch 38 Gunsmoke 44 World Religions 56 Movie "San Antonio" PRV Movie "Victor/Victoria" 8:30 6-7 Newhart 11N Wall Street Journal Report 44 Conflict & Stability 9:00 2-11D Masterpiece Theatre "Private Schulz" (pt 5) 4-10 Movie "V" (pt 1) 6-7 Jeffersons 9N It is Written 11N Lawrence Welk 25 Jerry Falwell 38 Phil Silvers (bw) 44 Systems Organization 9:30 6-7 Alice 9N World Tomorrow with Herbert W. Armstrong 38 Wall Street Journal Report 44 Introduction to the Humanities 10:00 2 To the Manor Born 6-7 Trapper John, MD 9N Jimmy Swaggart 11D Antiques & Americana 11N INN News 25 Come to the Water 38 Ask the Manager 44 Firing Line 56 CNN Headline News 10:15 PRV Movie "The Amateur" 10:30 2 Inside Story (a report on newsroom ethics, centred around coverage of a March 1983 filming of a self-immolation in Alabama) 11D This Old House 11N From the Editor's Desk 25 Jack Van Impe 38 INN News 56 Point of View 11:00

2 Sneak Previews 5-6-7-12 News 9 At the Movies 9N Week in Review 11N Odd Couple 25 Mainstream (host Chris Clausen; topic: placement homes for foster children) 38 Larson Sunday Night 56 People Power 11:15 4-10 News 11:30 2 Secret of the Waterfall (first of 5 video dances filmed at Martha's Vineyard) 5 Movie "Mrs. Parkington" (bw) 6 Larry King (guests include Helen Gurley Brown/discussion of AIDS; both 4 and 6 took Larry live) 7 At the Movies 9 Movie "Only with Married Men" 11N Honeymooners (bw) 12 Movie "Farewell to Manzanar" 25 Health Field 38 Exchange (Allison McCann) 11:45 4 Larry King (JIP; usually starts 11:30) 10 Rockford Files Late Night midnight 7 Entertainment This Week 9N Movie "Serenade" 11N Larry King (Delayed; same topics as 4 and 6) 38 Athletes 56 De Todo Un Poco 12:15 PRV Movie "Penitentiary" 12:30 38 Faith for Today 12:45 10 Entertainment This Week 12 ABC News 1:00 4 Solid Gold 6 Confluence 7 The Fields Test 9 ABC News 1:30 6 News 7 Urban Update 11N INN News

1:45 10 Real to Reel 1:55 5 Sunday Open House 2:00 6-7 CBS News Nightwatch 2:15 PRV Movie "Chanel Solitaire" 2:30 9N Music World 3:00 9N Movie "Desk Set" 3:35 5 Movie "Secret of Dr. Kildare" (bw) 4:15 PRV Movie "The Beast Within" 11:30 11N Honeymooners (bw) midnight 11N Larry King (Delayed; same topics as 4 and 6) The Kramdens really carried weight on WPIX for years at 11:30 PM. Well into the 90's. Retro: Evansville/Paducah, Sat. May 28th, 1977 Source: TV Guide CHANNELS 3 WSIL Harrisburg, IL [ABC] 6 WPSD Paducah, KY [NBC] 7 WTVW Evansville, IN [ABC] 8 WSIL Carbondale, IL [PBS] 9 WNIN Evansville [PBS] 12 KFVS Cape Girardeau, MO [CBS] 14 WFIE Evansville [NBC] 25 WEHT Evansville [CBS] KET Kentucky Educational Television [Channels 21, 23, 35 and 53] 6AM 12 Summer Semester Aging: How the death of a spouse and retirement affect the elderly. 6:30 7 U.S. Farm Report Scheduled: Interviews with Farm Credit Administration governor Donald Wilkinson; and Rep. Tom Foley [D-WA] chairman of the House Agriculture Committee, who discusses the Agriculture Act of

1977. 12 News 14 Agriscope 6:45 6 Weather 7AM 3 Tom & Jerry/Mumbly 6 14 Woody Woodpecker 7 4-H In Action 12 25 Sylvester and Tweety KET Teaching Children to Read 7:30 3 7 Jabberjaw 6 14 Pink Panther 12 25 Clue Club KET Teaching Children to Read 8AM 3 7 Scooby-Doo, Dynomutt 9 Sesame Street 12 25 Bugs Bunny/Roadrunner KET Human Relations and School Discipline 8:30 KET Human Relations and School Discipline 9AM 6 14 Speed Buggy 9 Once Upon a Classic Beginning a six-part adaption of "Heidi." In Part 1, Heidi [Emma Blake] is left in the care of her reclusive grandfather [Hans Meyer]. 12 25 Tarzan KET Characteristics of Learning Disabilities 9:30 3 7 Krofft Supershow 6 14 Monster Squad 9 Zoom 12 25 Batman KET Characteristics of Learning Disabilities 10AM 6 14 Space Ghosts, Frankenstein Jr. 9 To Be Announced 12 25 Shazam!/Isis KET Key to The Universe Special: This report on physics covers research into subatomic particles such as quarks; antimatter; the big-bang theory of creation. 10:30 3 7 Superfriends 6 14 Big John, Little John 9 Rebop

11AM 3 7 Short Story Special Special: "Valentine's Second Chance," an adaption of O. Henry's "A Retrieved Reformation." Ken Berry plays a reformed safecracker who would have to reveal his criminal past to save a boy locked in a bank vault. Ben Price: Greg Morris. 6 4 Land of the Lost 9 Electric Company 12 25 Fat Albert The evils of narcotics are spelled out by Bill Cosby. 11:30 3 7 American Bandstand Appearances by Alan O'Day ["Undercover Angel," "Angie Baby"] and Shalamar ["Uptown Festival," "Oh, Baby Baby"]. 6 14 Kids from C.A.P.E.R. 9 Crockett's Victory Garden 12 25 Ark II The Arkites revive two men frozen into suspended animation back in the 20th century. Arnie Pool: Jim Backus. 12PM 6 RFD-TV 9 Sesame Street 12 25 Children's Film Festival A boy's pet dog accidentally invents means of invisibility in "Where's Johnny?" [1974], a fanciful tale from England. Johnny: Raymond Boal. 14 Item KET New Shapes: Education 12:30 3 Racers The final race of the Indy circuit, from Phoenix, AZ. 6 Atop the Fencepost 7 Indianapolis 500 Festival Parade Special: The 21st annual Indianapolis 500 Festival Parade. Yogi Bear and Huckleberry Hound are some of the Hanna-Barbera cartoon characters led through downtown Indianapolis by Grand Marshals William Hanna and Joseph Barbera. Also on hand are marching bands and the Indy 500's 33 starting drivers. 14 I Dream of Jeannie BW With Jeannie doing all the chores, Tony feels he's getting soft. KET Movie BW "The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari" [1919], a silent classic about a mad hypnotist [Werner Krauss] and his sleepwalking slave. 1PM 3 U.S. Farm Report 6 Dragnet 9 Mister Rogers 12 Movie BW "The Gene Krupa Story." [1959] Sal Mineo's energetic performance dominates this account of the jazz drummer-bandleader's rise to fame and his efforts to cope with success. Ethel: Susan Kohner. 14 Tarzan 25 Ag-USA Juvenile offenders are seen doing rehabilitative work at Boys' Republic in Chino, CA.

1:30 3 Indianapolis 500 Festival Parade [JIP] 6 Kentuckyafield 9 Guppies to Groupers 25 Current Comment KET Documentary Showcase "South Africa: The White Laager" profiles the country's ruling Afrikaners. 2PM 6 Spirit of Independence 9 Movie BW "Harmony Trail." [1945, Ken Maynard] 14 Soul Train 25 World of Survival Wasps-architects of the insect world-are featured in this study, which includes a look at a female wasp preparing her nest for eggs. 2:30 3 Public Policy Forums The risks of saccharin are weighed against its benefits in a discussion. Participants include Rep. James G. Martin [R-NC]. 6 Bonnie Lou and Buster 7 Medix Available artificial body parts and ones that are on the drawing board are shown. 25 Ara's Sports World Bowling tips are offered by professional Dick Weber in an interview with host Ara Parseghian. KET Cinema Showcase 3PM 6 14 Grandstand 7 Hogan's Heroes Problems with Hogan's emergency radio broadcasts. Hogan: Bob Crane. 9 Super Serial Showcase BW 12 Public Affairs Forum [spelled wrong on guide: Public Affairs Frum] 25 Treasure Hunt KET Black Perspective on the News 3:15 6 14 Baseball The Cincinnati Reds face the Dodgers at Los Angeles. Joe Garagiola and Tony Kubek report. [Rain game: Braves at Giants in SF.] 3:30 3 7 Wide World of Sports 1. The Grand Prix of Monaco, taped at Monte Carlo. Entrants include 1976 winner Niki Lauda, reigning Formula One champion James Hunt, current point-leader Jody Scheckter, and Mario Andretti, who has already won two races on the Grand Prix circuit this season. A good showing here would boost Andretti's chances of becoming the first American Formula One champion since Phil Hill in 1961. Jackie Stewart reports. 2. The NCAA Wrestling Championships, taped at Oklahoma City. Al Michaels and Ken Kraft report. 3. The Indy 500 Pit Stop Championship. 9 It's Your Show 12 25 Sports Spectacular 1. Two teams, survivors of an original field of 20,000 bowlers, meet in the Brunswick Mixed Doubles Championship, taped at San Francisco. Johnny Morris and Dave Davis report. 2. Motorcycle daredevil Gary Wells attempts to leap over 21 1/2 cars at Charlotte Motor Speedway. Ken Squier reports. 3. The PRCA Rodeo Invitational, taped at Red Bluff, CA. Gary bender and Steven Ford

report. KET Comment on Kentucky 4PM 9 KET NOVA The desert region of southern Arizona is the setting for a look at how animal and plant life endure its harsh environment. Also: footage of a desert snowstorm. [Captioned for the hearing-impaired] 5PM 9 Studio See 12 News 25 Pro-Fan KET The Way It Was One of the most remarkable comebacks in the annals of college football-Harvard's 16-point performance in the final 42 seconds of the 1968 Harvard-Yale game-is the subject of this week's program. 5:30 3 ABC News-Ted Koppel 7 Porter Wagoner Melba Montgomery is a guest. Songs include "Don't Keep Me Lonely Too Long" [Melba]; "Whatever Happened to Randolph Scott?" [Linda Moore]. 9 Zoom 12 25 CBS News-Bob Schieffer KET Infinity Factory 6PM 3 Lawrence Welk "All I Do Is Dream of You," "Dreamy Melody," "I Dreamed," "Always," "A Dream Is a Wish," "Street of Dreams," "Dream a Little Dream of Me," "Drifting and Dreaming." 6 25 News 7 ABC News-Ted Koppel 8 Electric Company 9 Rebop Segments include a profile of a 17-year-old Memphis musician who performs with a gospel group. 12 Hee Haw Charley Pride, and Dave and Sugar are the guests. Selections include "I Don't Deserve a Mansion" [Charley], "Door's Always Open" [Dave and Sugar]. 14 Pop Goes The Country Charley Pride does "Whole Lotta Things to Sing About" and "Little Delta Church." KET Studio See 6:30 6 Accent 7 WTVW News Documentary 8 9 KET Once Upon a Classic In Part 2 of "Heidi," the village pastor tries to enroll the mountain girl in school. But he meets with resistance from Heidi's reclusive grandmother. Heidi: Emma Blake. 14 Wild Kingdom Island-hopping to wildlife outposts around the world. Sequences show sea lions on Walrus Island, bears on Kodiak Island. 25 Wild, Wild World of Animals "Sea of Cortez" samples the abundant wildlife in the Gulf of California. 7PM 7 Wonder Woman

Earth is visited by an outer-space alien sent to pass judgment on warring humankind-and, if necessary, to destroy the planet. First of two parts. Wonder Woman: Lynda Carter. Steve: Lyle Waggoner. 6 14 Emergency! Dissatisfied with the usual TV fare, Gage [Randolph Mantooth]-in a burst of creative energy-slaves all night at the typewriter to develop an idea for a new kind of show. DeSoto: Kevin Tighe. 8 Great Performances Suspicion falls on Stephen [Alan Dobie] when Bounderby's bank is robbed in Part 3 of "Hard Times." Meanwhile, Harthouse forces his attentions on Louisa [Jacqueline Tong]. Bounderby: Timothy West. 9 Collage 12 25 Mary Tyler Moore A rerun spotlighting Ted. KET Lowell Thomas Remembers Labor leader John L. Lewis is profiled. 7:30 9 Voyage to the End of the Earth The Arctic explorations of Norwegian Fridtjof Nansen [1861-1930] are traced in this documentary narrated by John Gielgud. [Next week, the ecology series "Oasis in Space" begins here.] 12 25 Bob Newhart Bob is both flattered and embarrassed by the attentions of a pert psychology student assigned to observe him at work. Ronnie Kidd: Tovah Feldshuh. KET Best of Ernie Kovacs BW A sultry weather reporter, and a commercial featuring a mobster and his moll are part of a segment about TV in the future. Also: Dracula shoots pool with Frankenstein. 8PM 3 7 Starsky and Hutch Starsky and Hutch are after a big-time narcotics dealer whose principal customers are young prostitutes. Starsky: Paul Michael Glasser. Hutch: David Soul. Amboy: Art Metrano. 6 14 Movie Steve McQueen races at "Le Mans" [1971] in a documentary-style drama about drivers and their pit crews preparing for the annual 24-hour competition. Erich Stahler: Siegfried Rauch. 8 People vs. Inez Garcia Special: An adult courtroom drama drawn from the actual transcripts of the 1974 California murder trial of Inez Garcia, a 30-year-old woman who insisted that she killed because she was raped. Inez Garcia: Silvana Gallardo. Charles Garry: Robert Loggia. Judge Lawson: Robert Haswell. 9 UN Day Concert Special: Soviet pianist Lazar Berman and American contralto Marian Anderson perform in this concert at the UN General Assembly Hall. Antal Dorati conducts the National Symphony Orchestra in Tchaikovsky's Piano Concerto No. 1; Ravel's "Daphnis et Chloe", and Copland's "A Lincoln Portrait," narrated by Anderson [who was a member of the American UN delegation in 1958]. 12 25 All in The Family Mike and Gloria are furious when they find out that Archie has entered a photo of little Joey in a beautiful-baby contest. Archie: Carroll O'Connor. Mike: Rob Reiner. Gloria: Sally Struthers. KET Notable Kentucky Family This expanded version of "Distinguished Kentuckians" profiles the seven Dawahare children. 8:30 12 25 Alice While singing in a disreputable nightclub, Alice [Linda Lavin] is picked up with two ladies of the evening and charged with prostitution. Mel: Vic Tayback. Flo: Polly Holliday. 9PM 3 7 Feather & Father Gang

One of Harry's old con cronies is the mark in a diabolical scam devise by the swindler's wife and his business manager. Harry: Harold Gould. Feather: Stefanie Powers. Margo: Joan Shawlee. 12 25 Carol Burnett Betty White, reprising her role as acid-tongued sister Ellen, helps take the Family on a rocky trip down memory lane while cleaning up the attic. Betty also joins Carol in a sketch about two aging pompon girls, and takes part in a musical finale saluting the Ziegfeld Follies. In another routine, one bar patron advises another how best to palm off a phony $20 bill. Harvey Korman, Tim Conway. KET Soundstage Top jazzmen perform on the 1976 Down Beat Reader's Poll Awards. The show stresses music over prizes, and includes numbers by Chick Corea [keyboards]; Stanley Clarke [bass]; George Benson [guitar]; Jean-Luc Ponty [violin]; Sonny Fortune [sax]; Ron Carter [bass]; Bill Watrous [trombone]; Billy Cobham [drums]; Thad Jones [trumpet]; Gary Burton [vibes]; and Phil Upchurch [bass]. The selections include "Breezin'," "Lover Man." 9:30 8 Voyage to the End of the Earth See 7:30pm, Ch. 9. [sign off afterwards] 9 Movie BW Dracula first came to the screen as "Nosferatu." [German, 1922] In this silent adaption of Bram Stoker's novel, the vampire count is depicted as a ghoulish grotesque and the carrier of a plague infesting 19th-century Bremen. Count Orlock/Nosferatu: Max Schreck. 10PM 3 ABC News 7 Hee Haw See 6PM, Ch. 12. 12 News 25 Movie "Death Master" KET Monty Python's Flying Circus Foam-rubber snow and a stuffed lion are featured in a scene from "Scott of the Antarctic." [sign off afterwards] 10:10 6 14 News 10:15 3 News 10:30 3 Don Kirshner's Rock Concert The performers are Al Stewart, Chubby Checker, the Bay City Rollers, Queen, Blondie, the Babys, comic Rick Podell and the Mime Company. Musical selections include "Year of the Cat," "On the Border" [Al]; "Pony Time." [sign off afterwards] 12 Gunsmoke Jeannette Nolan plays a crusty old woman and Dack Rambo an ornery young outlaw in a two-part character study. Kitty: Amanda Blake. Matt: James Arness. 10:40 6 14 Saturday Night Host Broderick Crawford joins the Not Read for Prime Time Players in a takeoff on his 1950s series "Highway Patrol"; and Linda Ronstadt appears in a musical spoof of the saccharin controversy with Laraine Newman, Gilda Radner and Jane Curtin. Other comedy segments include Gilda as Barbara Walters. 9 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. [sign off after] 11PM 7 Movie "Tom Jones." [1963] Splendid version of Henry Fielding's bawdy novel depicting the amorous adventures of a good-natured youth [Albert Finney] in 18th-century England. Susannah York. [ABC News follows the movie] [after ABC News, sign off] 11:30 12 Nashville on the Road Music: "I Heard the Bluebirds Sing," "Three Bells" [Browns]; "American Trilogy" [Sandi Burnett]. Midnight 12 Good News 25 Jack the Ripper The gumshoes examine police files on the mysterious killer's first two victims. 12:10 6 Dragnet [sign off afterwards] Friday and Gannon try to get citizens to take an active part in a crime-prevention campaign. Friday: Jack Webb. Gannon: Harry Morgan. 14 Mission: Impossible The IMF agents board a jetliner to rescue a leader-in-exile, whose Balkan country is now a military dictatorship. Phelps: Peter Graves. 12:30 12 With This Ring 12:45 12 News [then sign-off] 1AM 25 With This Ring [then sign-off] -crainbebo Retro: DC/Baltimore/Delmarva Wed, May 4, 1977 from TV Guide-Washington/Baltimore edition WMAR 2-CBS Baltimore 6:30 Sunrise Semester "Teaching the Learning Disabled" 7:00 CBS Morning News 8:00 Captain Kangaroo 9:00 Romper Room 9:30 Dialing for Dollars 9:55 News 10:00 Here's Lucy 10:30 Price is Right 11:30 Love of Life 11:55 2's Company (Maryl Comer) 12:30 Search for Tomorrow 1:00 Young & the Restless 1:30 As the World Turns

2:30 Guiding Light 3:00 All in the Family 3:30 Match Game 4:00 Cross-Wits 4:30 My Three Sons 5:00 Bonanza 6:00 News 6:30 CBS Evening News 7:00 News 7:30 Candid Camera 8:00 Good Times (1 hr-JJ gets involved in a gambling ring that also dabbles in drugs and hookers) 9:00 Movie "Race with the Devil" 11:00 News 11:30 Love, American Style mid. Ironside WRC 4-NBC Washington 6:25 Knowledge 7:00 Today 9:00 Not for Women Only (being a mistress and a feminist at the same time) 9:30 Marcus Welby, MD 10:30 Hollywood Squares 11:00 Wheel of Fortune 11:30 Shoot for the Stars noon Name That Tune 12:30 Lovers & Friends 1:00 To Tell the Truth 1:30 Days of Our Lives 2:30 Doctors 3:00 Another World 4:00 Gong Show 4:30 Sanford & Son 5:00 News 7:00 NBC Nightly News 7:30 Wild Kingdom (trumpeter swans at Montana's Red Rock Lake) 8:00 Grizzly Adams 9:00 Movie "Big Jake" 11:00 News 11:30 Tonight Show (guests Chevy Chase and Marilyn Sokol) 1:00 Tomorrow WTTG 5-Ind Washington 6:30 Plays of Shakespeare "Hamlet" (bw) 7:00 Casper 7:30 Porky Pig 8:00 Flintstones 8:30 Deputy Dawg 9:00 Dennis the Menace (bw) 9:30 Father Knows Best (bw) 10:00 Dick Van Dyke (bw) 10:30 That Girl 11:00 I Love Lucy (bw) 11:30 Best of Groucho (bw) noon Panorama 2:00 FBI 3:00 Howdy Doody (bw)

3:30 Flintstones (x2) 4:30 New Mickey Mouse Club 5:00 Archies 5:30 Partridge Family 6:00 My Three Sons 6:30 Family Affair 7:00 Andy Griffith 7:30 Nixon for the First Time (first of 4-90 min interviews with the former President, conducted by David Frost, and condensed from 24 hrs of footage...pre-empts Brady Bunch and Match Game PM, and cutting the normally 90-min Merv to an hour) 9:00 Merv Griffin (in Vegas with guests Paul Anka, Kelly Montieth, and Deniece Williams) 10:00 News 11:00 Odd Couple 11:30 Perry Mason (bw) 12:30 Movie "Grand Slam" 2:50 Mission: Impossible WMAL 7-ABC Washington 6:30 Headliner 7:00 Good Morning America 9:00 AM Washington (Hudgins/Walker; family counselor Thom Thompson discusses complusions) 9:30 Edge of Night 10:00 Second Chance 10:30 Liar's Club (fitting choice for DC Cheesy) 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 Movie "Count Dracula" 6:00 News 7:00 ABC Evening News 7:30 7:30 Live (Curle/Getlein) 8:00 Bionic Woman 9:00 Baretta 10:00 Charlie's Angels 11:00 News 11:30 Rookies 12:40 Mystery of the Week "Please Standby for Murder" WGAL 8-NBC Lancaster 6:00 News 6:05 Dialogue 6:25 News 6:30 Nashville on the Road 7:00 Today 9:00 Mike Douglas (co-host Bonnie Franklin/guests Freda Payne, Bobby Van, and Shelly Novack) 10:00 Sanford & Son 10:30 Hollywood Squares 11:00 Wheel of Fortune 11:30 Shoot for the Stars noon Name That Tune 12:30 Noonday on 8

1:00 To Tell the Truth 1:30 Days of Our Lives 2:30 Doctors 3:00 Another World 4:00 Gong Show 4:30 Merv Griffin (guests Jack Carter, Hermione Baddeley, Garson Kanin, and Marilyn Michaels) 6:00 News 6:30 NBC Nightly News 7:00 Truth or Consequences 7:30 $100,000 Name That Tune 8:00 Grizzly Adams 9:00 Movie "Big Jake" 11:00 News 11:30 Tonight Show 1:00 Tomorrow 2:00 News WTOP 9-CBS Washington Evening programs may be pre-empted for NBA Playoff coverage 6:00 Christopher Closeup (the co-authors of The Mother's Almanac discuss child rearing) 6:30 Sunrise Semester "Teaching the Learning Disabled" 7:00 CBS Morning News 8:00 Captain Kangaroo 9:00 Mike Douglas (same guests as ch 8; despite having the exact same guest list and length as ch 8, TVG listed both 8 and 9 separately) 10:00 Morning (discussing DC's cocktail party circuit with guests including Warren Adler (Dossier Magazine) and Maxa (Washington Post); also exercises) 11:00 Here's Lucy 11:30 Love of Life 11:55 CBS News noon Young & the Restless 12:30 Search for Tomorrow 1:00 News 1:30 As the World Turns 2:30 Guiding Light 3:00 All in the Family 3:30 Match Game 4:00 Dinah! (guests Phyllis Diller, Sarah Vaughan, Lynn Anderson, and England Dan & John Ford Coley) 5:30 News 7:00 CBS Evening News 7:30 $25,000 Pyramid 8:00 Good Times (1 hr) 9:00 Movie "Race with the Devil" 11:00 News 11:30 Movie "Hells Angels on Wheels" WBAL 11-NBC Baltimore 6:30 Learning to Read 7:00 Today 9:00 Phil Donahue (in Atlanta with a discussion of the Martin Luther King Jr. assassination) 10:00 Consumer's Notebook 10:30 It's Up to You 11:00 Wheel of Fortune 11:30 Shoot for the Stars noon News

12:30 Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman 1:00 Gong Show 1:30 Days of Our Lives 2:30 Doctors 3:00 Another World 4:00 Brady Bunch 4:30 Emergency One! 5:30 Adam-12 6:00 News 6:30 NBC Nightly News 7:00 Bowling 7:30 Maryland State Lottery 8:00 Grizzly Adams 9:00 Movie "Big Jake" 11:00 News 11:30 Tonight Show 1:00 Tomorrow WJZ 13-ABC Baltimore 5:40 Sign-On Seminar/News 6:20 Consumer Checkout 6:30 Not for Women Only 7:00 Good Morning America 9:00 Angelo Live 9:55 News 10:00 Leave It to Beaver (bw) 10:30 Family Affair 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 Edge of Night 4:30 Mike Douglas (same guests as ch 8/9, plus author Samuel Dunkell) 6:00 News 7:00 ABC Evening News 7:30 Nixon for the First Time (pt 1; pre-empts the 7:30 prime access show and the first hour from ABC) 9:00 Baretta 10:00 Charlie's Angels 11:00 News 11:30 Nixon-Frost: An Overview (live analysis of the Nixon special; local or syndied?) mid Rookies 1:10 Mystery of the Week "Please Standby for Murder" 2:40 News 2:50 Movie "Swingers' Paradise" WBOC 16-CBS/NBC/ABC Salisbury 6:30 Sunrise Semester "Teaching the Learning Disabled" 7:00 Today (NBC) 9:00 Romper Room 9:30 Good Day! (author Lyn Tornabene, who wrote a bio of Clark Gable) 10:00 Here's Lucy

10:30 Price is Right 11:30 Love of Life 11:55 CBS News noon Young & the Restless 12:30 Search for Tomorrow 1:00 Sanford & Son (NBC) 1:30 As the World Turns 2:30 Guiding Light 3:00 All in the Family 3:30 Match Game 4:00 Edge of Night (ABC) 4:30 Flintstones 5:00 Gunsmoke 6:00 Odd Couple 6:30 CBS Evening News 7:00 News 7:30 Wild Kingdom (Galapagos, conclusion) 8:00 Bionic Woman (ABC) 9:00 Baretta (ABC) 10:00 Charlie's Angels (ABC) 11:00 News 11:30 Tonight Show (NBC) WDCA 20-Ind Washington 6:30 Top Cat 7:00 Spiderman 7:30 Rocket Robin Hood 8:00 Bugs Bunny 8:30 Banana Splits 9:00 Bozo's Circus 9:30 Romper Room 10:00 700 Club (discussing Swedish porn) 11:30 The Rock noon Movie "The Virginian" 2:00 Huck 'n Yogi 2:30 King Kong 3:00 Fun World 3:30 Star Trek (animated) 4:00 Josie & the Pussycats 4:30 Brady Kids 5:00 Monkees 5:30 Bewitched (bw) 6:00 Emergency One! 7:00 Movie "The Bengal Tiger" 9:00 Fight Against Slavery (x2) 11:00 All That Glitters 11:30 Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman mid. Pro Fam 12:30 I Spy Maryland Public Television (PBS): WAPB 22-Annapolis, WCPB 28-Salisbury, WWPB 31Hagerstown, WMPB 67-Baltimore (TVG listed 22/67, indicating 28/31 as relays) 7:15 English Literature 7:45 Instructional Programs 8:00 ITV Utilization 8:30 Modern Supervisory Techniques

9:00 Instructional Programs 3:00 Human Relations & Motivation 3:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 4:00 Sesame Street 5:00 Electric Company 5:30 Hodgepodge Lodge 6:00 It's Everybody's Business 6:30 Cultural Anthropology 7:00 Introduction to Mathematics 7:30 MacNeil-Lehrer Report 8:00 Maryland Weekend (visiting events in Frederick, Rockville, and Annapolis) 8:30 Anyone for Tennyson? 9:00 Dance in America (Pilobolus Dance Theatre, a group of 6 dancers who become kinetic human sculptures) 10:00 John Berryman (profiling the Pulitzer-winning poet) 10:30 Book Beat (Abram Sachar's A Host at Last, which details the founding of Brandeis University) 11:00 American Government 11:30 Captioned ABC News WHAG 25-NBC Hagerstown 7:00 Today 9:00 Bridge to Tomorrow (bw/drug testing to meet marketing rules) 9:30 Hot Lunch (management of school lunch program in Akron, OH) 9:45 Balance, Balance 10:00 Sanford & Son 10:30 Hollywood Squares 11:00 Wheel of Fortune 11:30 Shoot for the Stars noon Name That Tune 12:30 Lovers & Friends 1:00 Gong Show 1:30 Days of Our Lives 2:30 Doctors 3:00 Another World 4:00 PTL Club (guest: author Merlin Crothers) 6:00 News 6:30 NBC Nightly News 7:00 That Good Ole Nashville Music (guests Ronnie Milsap, Billie Joe Spears, Del Reeves, and Johnny Gamble) 7:30 Nashville on the Road (guests Don Gibson, Jim Ed Brown, Jerry Clower, Wendy Holcombe, and Helen Cornelius) 8:00 Grizzly Adams 9:00 Movie "Big Jake" 11:00 News 11:30 Tonight Show 1:00 Tomorrow WETA 26-PBS Washington 7:30 MacNeil-Lehrer Report 8:00 Lilias, Yoga & You 8:30 Villa Alegre 9:00 Sesame Street (x2) 11:00 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 11:30 Electric Company noon War & Peace 1:00 Open Mind

1:30 Agronsky at Large 2:00 Movie "The Ladykillers" 4:00 Sesame Street 5:00 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 5:30 Electric Company 6:00 Sesame Street 7:00 Big Blue Marble 7:30 MacNeil-Lehrer Report 8:00 Nova "The Red Planet" (discussing theories about Mars) 9:00 Dance in America 10:00 Firebird (performed by the Royal Danish Ballet) 11:00 Anyone for Tennyson? (Fred Gwynne joins in a tribute to anonymous poets) 11:30 Captioned ABC News WBFF 45-Ind Baltimore 6:45 News 7:00 Three Stooges (bw)/Cartoons 7:30 Little Rascals (bw) 8:00 Three Stooges (bw)/Cartoons 8:30 Bugs Bunny/Cartoons (bw) 9:00 Dennis the Menace (bw) 9:30 Lucy Show (guest star Milton Berle) 10:00 I Dream of Jeannie 10:30 My Favorite Martian (bw) 11:00 Big Valley noon Perry Mason (bw) 1:00 Movie "Inferno" 3:00 Archies 3:30 Dennis the Menace (bw) 4:00 Three Stooges (bw) 4:30 Superman 5:00 Partridge Family 5:30 Gilligan's Island (bw) 6:00 I Dream of Jeannie 6:30 Get Smart 7:00 Hogan's Heroes 7:30 Lucy Show 8:00 Perry Mason (bw) 9:00 Movie "Spencer's Mountain" 11:15 News 11:30 Merv Griffin (same as ch 5, plus Fred Travelena and Ken Edwards) 1:00 News WNVT 53-PBS Annandale (and 14 Washington; interestingly enough, my copy has a mailing label for an address in Annandale-on Annandale Rd, no less Grin) Instructional programs in daytime 2:30pm Studio See 3:00 TBA 3:30 Lilias, Yoga & You 4:00 Electric Company 4:30 Villa Alegre 5:00 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 5:30 Electric Company 6:00 Zoom 6:30 Lilias, Yoga & You 7:00 Overseas Mission

7:30 Virginia Side (Bruce Miller) 8:00 Great Performances "The Barber of Seville" 10:30 Best of Ernie Kovacs (bw/a poker game gets synched with Beethoven's Fiofth) 11:00 Phil Donahue (discussing self-esteem) Retro: Spokane, WA - Monday, February 28, 1983 ("M*A*S*H" finale) Monday, February 28, 1983 2 KREM (CBS) 4 KXLY (ABC) 6 KHQ (NBC) 7 KSPS (PBS) 28 KAYU (Independent) MORNING 5:00 4 The 700 Club 5:25 2 The Great Space Coaster 5:30 6 The Mary Tyler Moore Show 5:55 2 Tom and Jerry 6:00 4 The Andy Griffith Show 6 U.S. Farm Report 28 Jim Bakker 6:25 2 The Brady Kids 6:30 4 ABC World News This Morning 6 Morning Stretch 6:45 7 A.M. Weather 7:00 2 CBS Morning News 4 Good Morning America 6 Today 7 Lilias, Yoga and You 28 Star Blazers 7:30 7 Sesame Street 28 The Banana Splits

8:00 28 Bullwinkle 8:30 7 Mister Rogers Neighborhood 28 Hanna-Barberas World of Super Adventure 9:00 2 Northwest Today 4 Donahue 6 The Facts of Life 7 Sesame Street 28 The 700 Club 9:30 6 Sale of the Century 10:00 4 The Love Boat 6 Wheel of Fortune 7 The Electric Company 10:30 2 The Price Is Right 6 Hit Man 7 3-2-1 Contact 28 Jimmy Swaggart 11:00 4 Family Feud 6 Just Men! 7 The Undersea World of Jacques Cousteau 28 Independent Network News 11:30 2 The Young and the Restless 4 The Noon Show 6 Search for Tomorrow 28 Richard Simmons AFTERNOON 12:00 4 All My Children 6 Days of Our Lives 7 Over Easy 28 Perry Mason 12:30 2 As the World Turns 7 Matinee at the Bijou 1:00 4 One Life to Live 6 Another World

28 MOVIE: Double Indemnity (1944) Barbara Stanwyck, Fred MacMurray. 1:30 2 Capitol 2:00 2 Guiding Light 4 General Hospital 6 Fantasy 7 Lilias, Yoga and You 2:30 7 The Lawmakers 3:00 2 Alice 4 The Flintstones 6 The Waltons 7 This Old House 28 Woody Woodpecker and Friends 3:30 2 Charlies Angels 4 Gilligans Island 7 Over Easy 28 Scooby-Doo 4:00 4 Little House on the Prairie 6 Hour Magazine 7 Sesame Street 28 Scooby-Doo 4:30 2 Happy Days Again 28 Leave It to Beaver 5:00 2 KREM 2 News 4 News 4 6 Q6 News 7 Mister Rogers Neighborhood 28 I Love Lucy 5:30 4 World News Tonight (Peter Jennings) 7 Nightly Business Report 28 My Three Sons EVENING 6:00 2 CBS Evening News with Dan Rather 6 NBC Nightly News (Tom Brokaw/Roger Mudd) 7 3-2-1 Contact

28 CHiPs Patrol The only witness who can identify a freeway bandit is a pathological liar. 6:30 2 Entertainment Tonight A look at the final days and production on TVs M*A*S*H series; Earth, Wind & Fire in a video recording session; a look back at the All in the Family series. 4 One Day at a Time 6 The Muppet Show Guest: Rich Little. 7 The MacNeil/Lehrer Report 7:00 2 Lie Detector 4 The Peoples Court 6 M*A*S*H A clumsy soldier lifts the 4077ths spirits, but Col. Potter remains down in the dumps. 7 Great PerformancesSimulcast on KPBX-FM 91 Wagners Ring: Die Walkure Acts II and III. In the second of four operas that make up Wagners The Ring of the Nibelung, Wotan (Donald McIntyre) is forced to order Siegmunds death, but his warrior daughter Brunnhilde (Gwyneth Jones) disobeys his command to defend Hunding and tries to save Siegmund. 28 Bonanza Ben tries to help a blind man regain his dignity and take up his former career as an artist. 7:30 2 Threes Company Being mistaken for a famous chef brings Jack a prestigious job and a run-in with the originals enemies. 4 Barney Miller 6 P.M. Magazine A review of the history of TVs M*A*S*H series, with comments from cast members; a visit to the set of M*A*S*H on its last day of shooting and a look at the future plans of its cast members. 8:00 2 Alice One evening just before closing time, Alice spots what she thinks is a UFO. 4 Thats Incredible! Some Incredible Kids profiled include a 12-year-old Australian girl who rescued a man being attacked by a crocodile, a one-armed high school football star, and a young boy who was born with his heart outside his chest. 6 Children Between Life and Death Carol Lawrence and Art Linkletter host this look at the children of East Africa and their struggle for survival. Guests: Dick Van Patten, William Shatner, Dean Jones, Efrem Zimbalist, Jr. 28 College Basketball Arizona State vs. Oregon State. 8:30 2 M*A*S*H As the Korean conflict comes to an end, Hawkeye, B.J., Colonel Potter, Hot Lips and the rest of the camp personnel prepare to go home and face the difficult task of saying good-bye to one another. 9:00 4 MOVIE: American Gigolo (1980) Richard Gere, Lauren Hutton. A Beverly Hills gigolo becomes the prime suspect in a murder investigation. (CC) (Parental discretion is advised.)

6 Women in Crisis Gary Collins and Carol Lawrence host this examination of the plight of the 1.6 billion women in the worlds developing nations through the stories of these women. 10:00 6 Children: Caught in the Crossfire Hosts Gary Collins and Mary Ann Mobley, with guests Anson Williams, Betty White and Jo Ann Pflug, profile six children who are the innocent victims of war in countries such as Somalia, Cambodia and El Salvador. 7 To the Manor Born Audrey moves out of the Grantleigh Manor to make way for the new owners but resolves to keep an eye on the place and return there one day. 28 Independent Network News 10:30 7 Nightly Business Report 28 MOVIE: Visit to a Small Planet (1960) Jerry Lewis, Earl Holliman. 11:00 2 KREM 2 News 4 News 4 6 Q6 News 7 Biography 11:30 2 Vega$ Dan comes to the aid of a lovable old woman who is fighting for a refund from a loan shark. 4 Nightline 6 The Best of Carson Host: Johnny Carson. Guests: Bob Hope, Richard Pryor, David Bowie, Randi Oakes. (R) 12:00 4 The last Word 12:30 2 CNN News 6 Late Night with David Letterman Guests: author Quentin Crisp, Jane Curtin, Dr. Armand Broudeur of the Museum of Medical Quackery. 2:00 2 CBS News Nightwatch Monday, February 28, 1983 2 KREM (CBS) 4 KXLY (ABC) 6 KHQ (NBC) 7 KSPS (PBS) 28 KAYU (Independent) MORNING 5:00 4 The 700 Club

5:25 2 The Great Space Coaster 5:30 6 The Mary Tyler Moore Show 5:55 2 Tom and Jerry 6:00 4 The Andy Griffith Show 6 U.S. Farm Report 28 Jim Bakker 6:25 2 The Brady Kids 6:30 4 ABC World News This Morning 6 Morning Stretch 6:45 7 A.M. Weather 7:00 2 CBS Morning News 4 Good Morning America 6 Today 7 Lilias, Yoga and You 28 Star Blazers 7:30 7 Sesame Street 28 The Banana Splits 8:00 28 Bullwinkle 8:30 7 Mister Rogers Neighborhood 28 Hanna-Barberas World of Super Adventure 9:00 2 Northwest Today 4 Donahue 6 The Facts of Life 7 Sesame Street 28 The 700 Club 9:30 6 Sale of the Century 10:00 4 The Love Boat 6 Wheel of Fortune

7 The Electric Company 10:30 2 The Price Is Right 6 Hit Man 7 3-2-1 Contact 28 Jimmy Swaggart 11:00 4 Family Feud 6 Just Men! 7 The Undersea World of Jacques Cousteau 28 Independent Network News 11:30 2 The Young and the Restless 4 The Noon Show 6 Search for Tomorrow 28 Richard Simmons AFTERNOON 12:00 4 All My Children 6 Days of Our Lives 7 Over Easy 28 Perry Mason 12:30 2 As the World Turns 7 Matinee at the Bijou 1:00 4 One Life to Live 6 Another World 28 MOVIE: Double Indemnity (1944) Barbara Stanwyck, Fred MacMurray. 1:30 2 Capitol 2:00 2 Guiding Light 4 General Hospital 6 Fantasy 7 Lilias, Yoga and You 2:30 7 The Lawmakers 3:00 2 Alice 4 The Flintstones 6 The Waltons 7 This Old House

28 Woody Woodpecker and Friends 3:30 2 Charlies Angels 4 Gilligans Island 7 Over Easy 28 Scooby-Doo 4:00 4 Little House on the Prairie 6 Hour Magazine 7 Sesame Street 28 Scooby-Doo 4:30 2 Happy Days Again 28 Leave It to Beaver 5:00 2 KREM 2 News 4 News 4 6 Q6 News 7 Mister Rogers Neighborhood 28 I Love Lucy 5:30 4 World News Tonight (Peter Jennings) 7 Nightly Business Report 28 My Three Sons EVENING 6:00 2 CBS Evening News with Dan Rather 6 NBC Nightly News (Tom Brokaw/Roger Mudd) 7 3-2-1 Contact 28 CHiPs Patrol The only witness who can identify a freeway bandit is a pathological liar. 6:30 2 Entertainment Tonight A look at the final days and production on TVs M*A*S*H series; Earth, Wind & Fire in a video recording session; a look back at the All in the Family series. 4 One Day at a Time 6 The Muppet Show Guest: Rich Little. 7 The MacNeil/Lehrer Report 7:00 2 Lie Detector 4 The Peoples Court 6 M*A*S*H A clumsy soldier lifts the 4077ths spirits, but Col. Potter remains down in the dumps. 7 Great PerformancesSimulcast on KPBX-FM 91 Wagners Ring: Die Walkure Acts II and III. In the second of four operas that make up Wagners The Ring of the Nibelung, Wotan (Donald McIntyre) is forced to order Siegmunds death, but his

warrior daughter Brunnhilde (Gwyneth Jones) disobeys his command to defend Hunding and tries to save Siegmund. 28 Bonanza Ben tries to help a blind man regain his dignity and take up his former career as an artist. 7:30 2 Threes Company Being mistaken for a famous chef brings Jack a prestigious job and a run-in with the originals enemies. 4 Barney Miller 6 P.M. Magazine A review of the history of TVs M*A*S*H series, with comments from cast members; a visit to the set of M*A*S*H on its last day of shooting and a look at the future plans of its cast members. 8:00 2 Alice One evening just before closing time, Alice spots what she thinks is a UFO. 4 Thats Incredible! Some Incredible Kids profiled include a 12-year-old Australian girl who rescued a man being attacked by a crocodile, a one-armed high school football star, and a young boy who was born with his heart outside his chest. 6 Children Between Life and Death Carol Lawrence and Art Linkletter host this look at the children of East Africa and their struggle for survival. Guests: Dick Van Patten, William Shatner, Dean Jones, Efrem Zimbalist, Jr. 28 College Basketball Arizona State vs. Oregon State. 8:30 2 M*A*S*H As the Korean conflict comes to an end, Hawkeye, B.J., Colonel Potter, Hot Lips and the rest of the camp personnel prepare to go home and face the difficult task of saying good-bye to one another. 9:00 4 MOVIE: American Gigolo (1980) Richard Gere, Lauren Hutton. A Beverly Hills gigolo becomes the prime suspect in a murder investigation. (CC) (Parental discretion is advised.) 6 Women in Crisis Gary Collins and Carol Lawrence host this examination of the plight of the 1.6 billion women in the worlds developing nations through the stories of these women. 10:00 6 Children: Caught in the Crossfire Hosts Gary Collins and Mary Ann Mobley, with guests Anson Williams, Betty White and Jo Ann Pflug, profile six children who are the innocent victims of war in countries such as Somalia, Cambodia and El Salvador. 7 To the Manor Born Audrey moves out of the Grantleigh Manor to make way for the new owners but resolves to keep an eye on the place and return there one day. 28 Independent Network News 10:30 7 Nightly Business Report 28 MOVIE: Visit to a Small Planet (1960) Jerry Lewis, Earl Holliman. 11:00

2 KREM 2 News 4 News 4 6 Q6 News 7 Biography 11:30 2 Vega$ Dan comes to the aid of a lovable old woman who is fighting for a refund from a loan shark. 4 Nightline 6 The Best of Carson Host: Johnny Carson. Guests: Bob Hope, Richard Pryor, David Bowie, Randi Oakes. (R) 12:00 4 The last Word 12:30 2 CNN News 6 Late Night with David Letterman Guests: author Quentin Crisp, Jane Curtin, Dr. Armand Broudeur of the Museum of Medical Quackery. 2:00 2 CBS News Nightwatch Retro: Kentucky Saturday May 2, 1981 From TV Guide, Kentucky Edition: WAVE Ch. 3 Louisville (NBC) 6:30 Farming With Jack Crowner 7 AM Kentucky Afield 7:30 Blue Apple Clubhouse 8 AM Godzilla/Hong Kong Phooey Hour 9 AM Flintstones Comedy Show 10:30 Daffy Duck 11 AM Batman And The Super 7 12 N Wrestling 1 PM Movie: "Camelot" 4 PM Golf: Michelob Houston Open (third round) 5:30 International Sports Experience (rodeo, harness racing, skydiving) 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News (Jessica Savitch) 7 PM Dance Fever (Stacey Lattisaw sings "Dynamite"; judges: Chad Everett, Sheree North, Lou Ferrigno) 7:30 Emphasis 8 PM Barbara Mandrell And The Mandrell Sisters (guests: the Bellamy Brothers, Bobby Goldsboro) 9 PM BJ And The Bear 10 PM Walking Tall 11 PM News 11:30 Saturday Night Live (Richard Dreyfuss is host, rerun from 1978) 1 AM Don Kirshner's Rock Concert (Fleetwood Mac, the Commodores,

Steve Forbert, Cindy Bullens) 2:30 Movie: "The Man Who Wanted To Live Forever" WLWT Ch. 5 Cincinnati (NBC) 6:30 Better Way 7 AM U.S. Farm Report 7:30 Hot Fudge 8 AM Godzilla/Hong Kong Phooey Hour 9 AM Flintstones Comedy Show 10:30 Daffy Duck 11 AM Batman And The Super 7 12 N Wrestling 1 PM Clubhouse 1:15 Baseball: Reds-Cardinals 4 PM Greatest Sports Legends (profiles Billie Jean King, time approximate) 4:30 Outdoor Life (Cale Yarborough fishes for wahoo in Panama.) 5 PM Sports Afield 5:30 This Week In Baseball 6 PM News 6:30 In Search Of... 7 PM Lawrence Welk (songs with the color "blue" in the title) 8 PM Barbara Mandrell And The Mandrell Sisters 9 PM BJ And The Bear 10 PM Walking Tall 11 PM News 11:30 Saturday Night Live 1 AM SCTV Television Network 1:30 Don Kirshner's Rock Concert (Lou Reed, Roger Daltrey, Rocky Burnette, comic Jay Johnson) WCPO Ch. 9 Cincinnati (CBS) 5:55 Farm News 6 AM Sunrise Semester: "Radio, Television And The New Technology" 6:30 Call The Doctor (the relationship between neurology and various diseases, including multiple sclerosis, rerun from Sun 11 AM) 7:30 Roy Rogers 8 AM Tom And Jerry Comedy Show 8:30 Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Show 10 AM Tarzan/Lone Ranger Adventure Hour 11 AM All New Popeye Hour 12 N New Fat Albert Show 12:30 Drak Pack 1 PM Jason Of Star Command 1:30 Kidsworld 2 PM Movie: "Oklahoma!" 5 PM CBS Sports Saturday (nine-ball elimination pool tournament from Lake Tahoe; the Philadelphia Supercross) 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News (Bob Schieffer) 7 PM Juvenile Court (cases involve two boys apprehended while throwing rocks from an interstate viaduct and a girl charged with domestic violence) 7:30 To Tell The Truth (Robin Ward version) 8 PM WKRP In Cincinnati

8:30 Flo 9 PM CBS Movie: "Rio Lobo" (John Wayne) 11 PM News 11:30 Movie: "The New Centurions" 1:30 Here And Now 2 AM News WHAS Ch. 11 Louisville (CBS) 7 AM Louisville Tonight (rerun of Friday's show) 7:30 Brady Bunch 8 AM Tom And Jerry Comedy Show 8:30 Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Show 10 AM Tarzan/Lone Ranger Adventure Hour 11 AM Derby 107 (coverage of all the pre-race activities, including the seven races that lead up to the "Run For The Roses") 5 PM Kentucky Derby (ABC was still allowing Ch. 11 to carry the race--from 1991 to 2000 Ch. 11 would be the sole station for it in Louisville, having switched from CBS to ABC in 1990--so two stations, WLKY being the other, carried this race. Pleasant Colony won this and the Preakness, but Summing won the Belmont.) 6 PM Derby 107 Wrap-Up 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Hee Haw (Ed McMahon, the Bellamy Brothers, Jimmy Henley with Marty Stuart) 8 PM WKRP In Cincinnati 8:30 Flo 9 PM CBS Movie: "Rio Lobo" 11 PM News 11:30 Movie: "The Nickel Ride" 1:30 News WKRC Ch. 12 Cincinnati (ABC) 6:30 Kids Are People Too (Ron Howard, Randi Oakes, Rex Smith, singer-dancer Moses Pendleton, delay from Sun 10:30 AM) 7:30 Animals, Animals, Animals (animals of the Galapagos: penguins, mockingbirds, tortoises, delay from Sun 11:30 AM) 8 AM World's Greatest Superfriends 9 AM Fonz And The Happy Days Gang 9:30 Richie Rich/Scooby And Scrappy-Doo 10:30 Thundarr The Barbarian 11 AM Heathcliff And Dingbat 11:30 Plastic Man/Baby Plas Super Comedy Show 12 N ABC Weekend Special: "Zack And The Magic Factory" 12:30 Movie: "My Darling Clementine" 2:30 Solid Gold (co-host Bill Cosby; the Manhattan Transfer, Crystal Gayle, Dr. Hook) 3:30 Cameras In Motion (outdoor sports, mostly water sports, but also horse racing) 4 PM Wide World Of Sports (the USSR gymnastics team performs in London; Derby preview) 5 PM Kentucky Derby 6 PM Wide World Of Sports continues (gymnastics continues, a Derby

wrap-up) 6:30 Replay (local interview show) 7 PM Hee Haw 8 PM Love Boat (a fashion show with designers Geoffrey Beene, Halston, Bob Mackie, and Gloria Vanderbilt; passengers: Morgan Brittany, Mike Connors, Jayne Kennedy, Elke Sommer, McLean Stevenson, Robert Vaughn) 10 PM Fantasy Island (guests: Cleavon Little, Joe Namath, Christopher Connelly, Trish Stewart) 11 PM News 11:30 Movie: "Part 2 Walking Tall" 1:45 Movie: "Don't Give Up The Ship" (Jerry Lewis) 3:40 Movie: "Visit To A Small Planet" (more Jerry Lewis) WKPC Ch. 15 Louisville (PBS) 12 N Sesame Street 1 PM So You Want To Be A Star (two groups trying to reach the top in country music: Ira Allen and the Palomino Riders, and Lee Rogers and Stampede Pass) 2 PM Matinee At The Bijou ("It's A Joke, Son" with Kenny Delmar as Senator Claghorn (he sounded like Foghorn Leghorn), from '47; Chapter 3 of "Don Winslow Of The Navy" from '42) 3:30 Word On Words 4 PM Living Green (topic: heaters for small greenhouses) 4:30 Feeling Free (kids' show) 5 PM Nova (a report about spiders) 6 PM Victory Garden 6:30 This Old House (Bob Vila) 7 PM Power Game (the effects of President Reagan's budget cuts on the development of synthetic fuels) 7:30 Sneak Previews ("Nighthawks" with Sylvester Stallone; "Modern Romance" with Albert Brooks; a re-edited version of "Heaven's Gate") 8 PM Movie: "The Lady Wants Mink" 10 PM Song By Song (a salute to lyricist Dorothy Fields) 11 PM Movie: "My Gal Sal" WLEX Ch. 18 Lexington (NBC) 6:30 Ag-USA 7 AM U.S. Farm Report 7:30 Superman 8 AM Godzilla/Hong Kong Phooey Hour 9 AM Flintstones Comedy Show 10:30 Daffy Duck 11 AM Baseball Bunch 11:30 Winner's Circle 12 N Wrestling 1 PM Clubhouse 1:15 Baseball: Reds-Cardinals 4 PM Interdependent Relationships (the importance of support and care for the elderly, time approximate) 4:30 Aerobatic Superstars 5 PM 4-H Youth Showcase 5:30 Our Last Frontier: The Sea, Part Two (the fish and plant life indigenous to the Caribbean)

6 PM That Nashville Music (Mickey Gilley, Billie Jo Spears, John Anderson, Buddy Spicher) 6:30 NBC News 7 PM Lawrence Welk 8 PM Barbara Mandrell And The Mandrell Sisters 9 PM BJ And The Bear 10 PM Walking Tall 11 PM News 11:30 Saturday Night Live 1 AM Sha Na Na WXIX Ch. 19 Cincinnati (Ind.) 6:15 Perspective 7 AM Woody Woodpecker 7:30 Bugs And Porky 8 AM Popeye 8:30 Tom And Jerry 9 AM Monkees 9:30 Laurel & Hardy Laugh Tunes 10 AM Movie: "It Ain't Hay" (Abbott and Costello) 11:30 Movie: "Bruce Lee, His Last Days" 1:30 Movie: "Band Of Angels" 4 PM Movie: "A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Forum" 6 PM Happy Days Again 6:30 M*A*S*H 7 PM Sha Na Na (guest: Johnny Paycheck) 7:30 Sha Na Na (guest: Milton Berle) 8 PM Backstage At The Grand Ole Opry (Bobby Bare, Lonzo & Oscar, Justin Tubb) 8:30 Pop Goes The Country (Ed Bruce, Dick Feller, Cristy Lane) 9 PM Porter Wagoner 9:30 Nashville Swing 10 PM Nashville On The Road 10:30 That Nashville Music (Joe Stampley, Lacy J. Dalton, Leon Everette) 11 PM M*A*S*H 11:30 All In The Family 12 M Monte Carlo Show (Anne Murray, Rod McKuen, the Swingle Singers, a Ukrainian folk-dancing duo) WKYT Ch. 27 Lexington (CBS) 7 AM Movie: "Homesteaders Of Paradise Valley" (Allan "Rocky" Lane, the voice of Mister Ed, from '47) 8 AM Tom And Jerry Comedy Show 8:30 Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Show 10 AM Tarzan/Lone Ranger Adventure Hour 11 AM All New Popeye Hour 12 N New Fat Albert Show 12:30 Drak Pack 1 PM Jason Of Star Command 1:30 30 Minutes (Notre Dame football coach Gerry Foust; the effects of smoking on young people)

2 PM Kidsworld (Sugar Ray Leonard, Joan Embery, pilots who fly their planes through tropical storms) 2:30 Tobacco Talk 3 PM Tony Brown's Journal 3:30 Wild Kingdom (a trip to the Galapagos) 4 PM Nashville On The Road (Charly McClain, Jim Ed Brown) 4:30 Backstage At The Grand Ole Opry (same as Ch. 19) 5 PM McLain Family Band (local bluegrass group) 5:30 Pop Goes The Country (same as Ch. 19) 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Hee Haw 8 PM WKRP In Cincinnati 8:30 Flo 9 PM CBS Movie: "Rio Lobo" 11 PM News 11:30 Solid Gold (same as Ch. 12) 12:30 America's Top Ten 1 AM SCTV Television Network WLKY 32 Alive Louisville (ABC) 7 AM Big Blue Marble 7:30 Kidsworld 8 AM World's Greatest Superfriends 9 AM Fonz And The Happy Days Gang 9:30 Richie Rich/Scooby And Scrappy-Doo 10:30 Thundarr The Barbarian 11 AM Heathcliff And Dingbat 11:30 Plastic Man/Baby Plas Super Comedy Show 12 N ABC Weekend Special 12:30 American Bandstand (Kingbees, Rufus) 1:30 Movie: "The Great Race" 4:30 Live From Churchill Downs 5 PM Kentucky Derby 6 PM Wide World Of Sports (Ch. 32 picks up the last 30 minutes.) 6:30 Fight Back! With David Horowitz (preventing car thefts; saving lives in high-rise fires) 7 PM Tales Of The Unexpected 7:30 Medical Line 8 PM Love Boat 10 PM Fantasy Island 11 PM News 11:30 Movie: "What's Up, Doc?" (Barbra Streisand, Ryan O'Neal) 1:20 Movie: "The Horse's Mouth" 3:10 ABC News (Tom Jarriel) WTVQ Ch. 36 Lexington (ABC) 7:30 Tom And Jerry And Friends 8 AM World's Greatest Superfriends 9 AM Popeye 9:30 1981 Pegasus Parade (the Kentucky Derby Parade, taped) 11 AM Derby 107 5 PM Kentucky Derby 6 PM Derby 107 Wrap-Up

6:30 Derby Festival '81 (Nancy Addison of "Ryan's Hope" looks at the events of Derby Week, including a hot-air balloon race and a mini-marathon--doesn't mention the steamboat race between the Delta Queen from Cincinnati and the Belle of Louisville.) 7:30 Dance Fever (judges: Wolfman Jack, Anne Lockhart, Steve Ford) 8 PM Love Boat 10 PM Fantasy Island 11 PM News 11:30 Movie: "The Cocoanuts" (the Marx Brothers' first picture, from '29) WDRB Ch. 41 Louisville (Ind.) 7:30 New Shapes: Education 8 AM Space Kidettes 8:30 Jim Bakker 9:30 Wrestling 10:30 Tennis: WCT Challenge Cup: John McEnroe vs. Ilie Nastase (wonder how many tantrums were thrown during that match?) 11:30 Eleventh Annual Senior Olympics 12:30 Car Care Central (how to replace spark plugs; tire coding) 1 PM Clubhouse 1:15 Baseball: Reds-Cardinals 4 PM Movie: "Tarzan Goes To India" (Jock Mahoney as Tarzan, from '62, time approximate) 5:30 Sha Na Na (guest: Johnny Paycheck) 6 PM Solid Gold (same as Ch. 12) 7 PM Kung Fu 8 PM Lawrence Welk 9 PM That Nashville Music (Bobby Bare, Sylvia (not Sylvia of "Pillow Talk" notoriety), Ed Bruce, Buddy Spicher) 9:30 Wild Kingdom (the migration of the sandhill crane to a small area of Nebraska's Platte River) 10 PM Independent Network News 10:30 In Search Of... (evidence that might prove Bruno Richard Hauptmann did not kidnap the Lindbergh baby) 11 PM 700 Club 12:30 Ross Bagley KET Kentucky Educational Television (WKZT/23 Elizabethtown, WKSO/29 Somerset, WKMR/38 Morehead, WKLE/46 Lexington, WKON/52 Owenton, WCVN/54 Covington, WKMJ/68 Louisville) (PBS) 4 PM General Education Development 4:30 General Education Development 5 PM Matinee At The Bijou (same as Ch. 15) 6:30 McLain Family Festival (guests: members of the bluegrass group Buck White and the Down Home Folk) 7 PM Song By Song (same as Ch. 15) 8 PM Search For Solutions (sculptor Henry Moore explains his technique; the work of 16th-century Danish astronomer Tycho Brahe) 9 PM All Creatures Great And Small 10 PM Mystery! ("Sergeant Cribb") WTVQ Ch. 36 Lexington (ABC) 11 AM Derby 107

Channel 36 ran the WHAS coverage. WTVQ covered the bumpers with their own production. If I remember correctly, WTVQ received the feed off air as there were elements of over the air interference. That reminds me of a few years ago when WTVD picked up WHAS's feed of a North Carolina-Louisville football game; they, too, put their own bumpers over WHAS's (both stations are on Ch. 11 but the "11" logos are different). But WTVD either couldn't-or didn't--cut the audio on promos, so Triangle viewers were subject to promos for, among other things, "Good Morning Kentuckiana," which would mean nothing to a North Carolina viewer--except me or someone from Kentucky. Retro: Cleveland, OH, Sun. Sep 2nd, 1956 Source: TV Guide CHANNELS 3 KYW Cleveland [NBC] 5 WEWS Cleveland [ABC] 8 WJW Cleveland [CBS] 21 WFMJ Youngstown, OH [NBC] 27 WKBN Youngstown [CBS/ABC] 49 WAKR Akron, OH [ABC] 8:45AM 8 Town Hall 8:55 5 News-Ron Penfound 9AM 5 Prayer Meeting Rev. Don Benedict, founder of Inner City Protestant Parish, is leader for the Labor Sunday program. The theme will be "The Bread of Your Hands." 9:15 3 Faces of Israel 8 Christophers 9:30 3 Spirituals-Mary Holt 5 Religion MISSION AT MID-CENTURY: "Window on the Sky," relates the work of the missionaries among the Najavo Indian tribes in the Southwest. 8 Faith for Today A young college student is preparing his term paper using the theme: "Why College Students are Hopeful [or Doubtful] About the Future." Pastor Fagel gives him the help he needs. 27 Christophers 10AM 3 The Answer 5 Western Theater "Colorado Kid." [1937, Bob Steele] 8 Lamp Unto My Feet

Dr. Lyman Bryson and his guest, Dr. Franklin Clark Fry, religious leader, discuss man's attitude toward labor. 27 This Is Life If a man walks out on his family can he ever find his way back to their love and forgiveness? Forrest Taylor. 10:30 3 TV Sunday School 8 27 Look Up and Live 11AM 3 Norman V. Peale 5 Christophers Gregory Ratoff, noted producer and director, Prof. James Meehan of New York's Hunter College, and the Iona College Quartet appear on today's program. The subject discussed is the importance of the classroom. 8 Eye on New York As guest emcee, Jim McKay recalls a sea disaster of two decades ago, the burning of the Morro Castle. The ship was a luxury liner on a return trip from Havana to New York. The fire, which hit the ship off the New Jersey coast, took 134 lives. 27 Western Theater "Gunfire" [1950] A desperado impersonates the reformed outlaw Frank James, but leads a life of banditry. Don Barry, Robert Lowery. 11:15 3 Pat Patterson 11:30 3 Christophers [were these different churches? I see this program on 3, 5, 8 and 27 Youngstown] 5 Bobo the Hobo Bobo tells the story of "The Elves and King Cotton." 8 Camera Three Today's show includes dramatizations of humorous love scenes from the works of Shakespeare, Noel Coward and Oscar Wilde. James McAndrew hosts. 11:45 5 Find a Hobby Silversmithing is the hobby featured for today. Noon 3 The Way 5 Gene Carroll 8 27 Let's Take a Trip Pud, Ginger and Sonny Fox go for a ride on a Coast Guard buoy tender. This ship patrols New York City's harbor to service the buoys used as channel markers, 12:30 3 Camerama 5 Faith for Today See 9:30, Ch. 8. 8 27 Wild Bill Hickok "Wrestling Story." In order to stop a planned bank robbery, Wild Bill persuades Jingles to challenge a champion wrestler. Guy Madison. 1PM 3 Movie

"Rendezvous With Annie." [1946] A homesick GI arranges a flight home from London with Air Force buddies who are sworn to secrecy about his being AWOL. When his wife subsequently has a baby he is at a loss to explain to others how he became a parent. Eddie Albert. 5 Movie "Who Killed Doc Robin." [1948] An eccentric scientist disappears after a mysterious explosion. Virginia Grey. 8 Looney Tunes 27 Oral Roberts 49 Feature Film 1:30 8 Sacred Heart 21 Children's Hour 27 Roy Rogers "Romance of the Range." Roy is foreman of a ranch managed by a supposedly respectable citizen, but who in reality is the leader of a bandit gang. Rogers leads a fight against the gang. 1:45 8 News 2PM 5 Warm Up 8 Movie "Vogues of 1938." In the pageant of beautiful girls, music, and fashions, a socialite turns fashion model and her fiance tries to close the business down. Joan Bennett. 21 Faith for Today 2:10 5 Dugout Interviews 2:25 5 27 Baseball Jim Britt and Ken Coleman report the action from Comiskey Park in Chicago where the Cleveland Indians meet the White Sox. 2:30 3 Movie "The Dark Command" [1940] The citizens of a Kansas town are terrorized by a band of guerillas. Claire Trevor, John Wayne. 21 Christophers 49 Oral Roberts 2:45 21 Industry on Parade 1. Laboratory research projects by high school students. 2. How bouillon cubes are molded. 3. How motor boating is brought within the budgets of middle-class income families. 4. The largest powershovel in the world. 3PM 21 All Star Theater 49 Sunday Theater 3:30 3 21 Youth Wants to Know 8 This is Life When George Medford tries to get out of debt by setting fire to his store, he finds that he must

answer to more than the law. 4PM 3 Catholic Hour 8 My Friend Flicka 21 Froniters of Faith 4:30 3 21 American Forum 8 Lassie The Miller farm welcomes a visitor from Japan. Gramps and Jeff are dismayed to find they must wage a stiff battle against community intolerance. Tommy Rettig, Lassie, Jan Clayton. 49 College Press 5PM 3 Zoo Parade COLOR-Marlin Perkins and Jim Hurlbut show more films taken on their African safari. The subject of today's show is "South Africa." 8 Face the Nation Today's guest is Walter Reuther, president of the United Auto Workers and vice-president of the CIO-AFL. Stuart Novins moderates from Washington. 49 Going Places 5:20 5 Scoreboard Paul Wilcox follows up on the Indians' game with the complete report of happenings in the major leagues. 5:30 5 Public Service [film?] 8 News-Sevareid 21 That We May See 5:45 21 Telerama I will cover the evening listings later tonight or tomorrow. -crainbebo 6PM and later... 6PM 3 Meet the Press Secretary of Labor James P. Mitchell faces the panel: William Hines of the Washington Star, Roscoe Drummond of the N.Y. Herald Tribune, Marquis Childs of the St-Louis Post Dispatch and Edwin Lahey of the Chicago Daily News. Ned Brooks moderates from Washington. 5 Kit Carson "Bullets of Mystery." Six men, marked for death by a notorious bandit are put under Carson's protection. Bill Williams. 8 Telephone Time "Time Bomb." John Nesbitt narrates the true story of a man's desperate race to develop a synthetic insulin for his diabetic wife in Japanese-occupied Shanghai. Victor Saxl: Steven Geray. 21 Kit Carson "The Secret Sheriff." The U.S. Marshal sends Carson and El Toro out to help the sheriff of Poker

Ridge. The two arrive to find the frontier town overrun by a gang of outlaws. Bill Williams. 49 Movie "Rip Roaring Buckaroo." Tom Tyler is the star of today's frontier freature. 6:30 3 21 Roy Rogers "Knockout." Roy tries to get information about the connection between a boxing trainer and a gang of criminals. 8 You are There We are present at the "Fall of Ft. Sumter," April 12, 1861. Walter Cronkite and his news staff are stationed in the guardroom at Ft. Sumter, at the southern gun battery on the Charleston waterfront, and at the crucial cabinet meeting with President Lincoln. 27 Disneyland Though tonight's show is dedicated to sports and sportsmanship, the slant might be a little strange. "The Goofy Sports Story" stars that unique canine athlete Goofy in five cartoons. 7PM 3 21 Topper "George's Old Flame." Cosmo is planning to play Cupid for a young lady and a movie star. But George Kerby finds out that the girl is an old flame of his. Anne Jeffreys. 5 Range Rider An Indian tribe threatens to go on the warpath because a new land survey excludes a certain area from their reservation that is rich in copper ore. 8 49 You Asked for It 1. A visit with the prison chaplain at San Quentin Penitentiary. 2. Shark hunters at Miami, FL. 3. Money that grows on trees. Art Baker is host. 7:30 3 21 Frontier "Captivity of Joe Long." A trapper is captured by a band of hostile Indians. They want the trapper to pay to his Great White Father to end the drought. Joe Long: Jan Merlin. 5 49 Film Festival Rex Harrison and Lilli Palmer in "Notorious Gentleman." [1946, English] Expelled from Oxford, playboy Vivian Kenway goes on a prolonged spree, is stranded in Vienna and agrees to marry an Austrian girl so she can escape the Nazis. Once home again, however, Kenway falls in love with another girl. Donald Woods hosts. 8 Private Secretary "The Little Caesar of Bleecker Street." Susie tries to help an embittered 10-year-old boy. Ann Southern. 8PM 3 21 Steve Allen Steve's guests include songstress Georgia Gibbs, singer Steve Lawrence and dancers Bambi Linn and Rod Alexander. 8 27 Ed Sullivan Highlighting tonight's guest list are comedienne Kaye Ballard; popular vocalist Kay Armen; violinist Maria Neglia; champion baton twirler Carolyn Willis. 9PM 3 21 Alcoa Hour COLOR-James Daly and Joanne Woodward star in "The Girls in Chapter One," by Elihu Winer. Vernon Elder, a famous author, returns to his home town in the Midwest. His one-time neighbors, friends and even relatives welcome him home with mixed emotions, for they, and the town, were the target of contempt in many of his books. Featured in a leading role is Madge Evans, former movie star. 5 Amateur Hour-Ted Mack

8 G.E. Theater "The Night Goes On" stars Rosalind Russell. Living on her brother's ranch in Mexico, an embittered spinster takes a fancy to a young ranch hand. But he doesn't return her affection, and she plots revenge. 27 Celebrity Theater 49 Movie "Saraband." [1949] Story of the unhappy wife of George Louis of the Hanover line which took over the British throne. Set in Germany in the 17th Century. Stewart Granger, Francoise Rosay. 9:30 8 27 Alfred Hitchcock Tom Ewell plays a dual role in "The Case of Mr. Pelham." A highly successful businessman discovers that friends and associates have seen him and even spoken to him, in places where he has never been. Albert Pelham: Tom Ewell. 10PM 3 21 Loretta Young "The Question," stars Loretta Young as a feminine psychologist. One question leads her to research on one of life's innermost secrets. The answer she finds causes a drastic change in her life. Craig Stevens. 5 Foreign Intrigue 8 27 $64,000 Challenge Mrs. Ida May Sherburne and Mrs. P. Marion McGann face the $8,000 question on horse racing. Bible expert Mrs. Catherine Kreitzer and her challenger Frank Medley face the first question. Sonny Fox emcees. 10:30 3 Bowling-Chicago Tom Hennessey of St. Louis, MO, meets the winner of the Fazio vs. Gibson match. "Whispering" Joe Wilson reports from Chicago. 5 Bill Randle 8 27 What's My Line? 21 Ethel Barrymore 49 Movie "Trigger Fingers." [1939] An investigator disguises himself as a gypsy while trying to track down rustlers. Tim McCoy. [sign off afterwards] 11PM 3 News-Tom Field 5 Movie "Red Planet Mars." [1952] With the help of a hydrogen tube developed by the Nazi war criminal, an American couple establish contact with Mars. Peter Graves. 8 27 News-Walter Cronkite 21 News, Sports 11:10 3 Movie "Silent Raiders" [1954] A seven-man American patrol team invades the French coast during World War II. Richard Bartlett. 8 Sports 21 Theater [sign off afterwards] 27 Movie "Of Mice and Men." [1940] John Steinbeck's gripping story of a strange alliance between a man of brains and his half-wit friend with the strength of Hercules. Burgess Meredith, Lon Chaney, Jr. [sign off afterwards]

11:25 8 Movie "Story of Two Orphans." Film based on the novel by Alexander Dumas. [sign off afterwards] 12:30 3 News-Tom Field [sign off afterwards] 5 News-Randy Culver [sign off afterwards] -crainbebo BOSTON TV- MID-WINTER 1986 From the Boston Globe BOSTON TV- MID-WINTER 1986 Tuesday January 14, 1986 WGBH-TV 2 (PBS) 6:15- Test Pattern 6:45- Sign-on/AM Weather (Tom Dunn doing the script for the sign-on, David Ives doing the mission statement) 7AM- Sesame Street 8AM- Mister Rogers 8:30- Sesame Street 9:30- Mister Rogers 10AM- Educational Programming 12PM- Sesame Street 1PM- Educational Programmming 2:30- Joy of Painting 3pm- French Chef 3:30- Wide World of Animals 4pm- Sesame Street 5pm- Mister Rogers 5:30- 3-2-1 Contact 6PM- Macneil/Lehrer Newshour 7pm- Dr. Who 7:30- Wild World of Animals 8pm- Nova 9pm- Jews of Moscow 10pm- The Ten Oclock News (with Christopher Lydon and Gail Harris) 10:30- Nightly Business Report 11pm- The Presidential Election of 1984 12am- Sign-Off WBZ-TV 4 (NBC) Group W 5 AM PEOPLE ARE TALKING (Continued) 5:30 EYEWITNESS NEWS 6 AM NBC NEWS 6:30 EYEWITNESS NEWS 7 AM TODAY 9 AM HOUR MAGAZINE 10 AM SANTA BARBARA 11 AM SALE OF THE CENTURY 11:30 SCRABBLE

12 NOON EYEWITNESS NEWS 12:30 PEOPLE ARE TALKING 1:30 LOVE CONNECTION 2 PM DAYS OF OUR LIVES (ONE DAY BEHIND) 3 PM WHEEL OF FORTUNE 3:30 $1 MILLION CHANCE OF A LIFETIME 4 PM HAWAII-FIVE-O 5 PM PEOPLE'S COURT 5:30 EYEWITNESS NEWS 6 PM EYEWITNESS NEWS (with Liz Walker, Jack Williams, Bruce Schweglor and Bob Lobel) 7 PM NBC NEWS 7:30 STATE OF THE STATE ADDRESS (with Governor Dukakis) 8 PM A TEAM 9 PM RIPTIDE 10 PM REMINGTON STEELE 11 PM NEWS 11:30 TONIGHT-Johnny Carson 12:30 LATE NIGHT WITH DAVID LETTERMAN 1:30 EYEWITNESS NEWS 2 AM EVENING MAGAZINE 2:30 COMING TOGETHER 3 AM- COMMUNITY AUDITIONS 3:30 LOVE BOAT 4:30- MORE REAL PEOPLE 5 WCVB (ABC) Metromedia 5 AM CHRONICLE 5:30 NEWSCENTER 5 6 AM NEWSCENTER 5 7 AM GOOD MORNING AMERICA 9 AM PHIL DONAHUE 10 AM GOOD DAY 11:AM DIVORCE COURT 11:30 RYAN'S HOPE 12 NOON NEWSCENTER 5 12:30 LOVING 1 PM ALL MY CHILDREN 3 PM ONE LIFE TO LIVE 3 PM GENERAL HOSPITAL 4 PM DYNASTY 5 PM TOO CLOSE FOR COMFORT 5:30 ALL IN THE FAMILY 6 PM NEWSCENTER 5 (with Chet Curtis, Natalie Jacobson, Dick Albert and Mike Lynch) 7 PM ABC NEWS 7:30 STATE OF THE STATE ADDRESS (with Governor Dukakis) 8 PM WHO'S THE BOSS 8:30 GROWING PAINS 9 PM MOONLIGHTING 10 PM SPENSER FOR HIRE 11 PM NEWSCENER 5 11:30 NIGHTLINE 12 MIDNIGHT SALLY JESSIE RAPHAEL 12:30 DIVORCE COURT 1 AM NEWSCENTER 5 1:30 MOVIE The Search (1948) 3:30 CNN HEADLINE NEWS

4 AM GOOD DAY 7 WNEV (CBS) New England Broadcasters (Formerly WNAC-TV owned By RKO) 5 AM CBS NEWS NIGHTWATCH 6 AM MORNING STRETCH 6:30 NEWS 7 AM CBS MORNING NEWS 9 AM FAMILY FEUD 9:30 LET'S MAKE A DEAL 10 AM 25,000 $ PYRAMID 10:30 MORNING LIVE 11 AM PRICE IS RIGHT 12 NOON NEWS 12:30 YOUNG & THE RESTLESS 1:30 AS THE WORLD TURNS 2:30 CAPITOL 3 PM GUIDING LIGHT 4 PM JEOPARDY 4:30 MATCH GAME 5 PM NEWLYWED GAME 5:30 WHEEL OF FORTUNE 6 PM NEWS 7 PM CBS NEWS 7:30 STATE OF THE STATE ADDRESS (with Governor Dukakis) 8 PM BUGS BUNNYS 50th Anniversary CELEBRATION 9 PM GRAND OLE OPRYS 60TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION 11 PM NEWS 11:30 SIMON AND SIMON 12:40 MADIGAN 2 AM NEWS 2:30 CBS NEWS NIGHTWATCH 38 WSBK (Ind.) KKR 6 AM 20 MINUTE WORKOUT 6:30 UNDERDOG 7 AM VOLTRON 7:30 HE MAN 8 AM GO BOTS 8:30 SCOOBY DOO 9 AM FAT ALBERT 9:30 JOURNAL 10 AM MORNING MOVIE The Longest Hundred Miles (1967) 12 NOON CAN YOU BE THINNER? 12:30 BEVERLY HILLBILLIES 1 PM ANDY GRIFFITH 1:30 BILKO 2 PM TRANZOR Z 2:30 VOLTRON 3 PM JAYCE AND THE WHEELED WARRIORS 3:30 GO BOTS 4 PM HE MAN 4:30 SHE RA 5 PM QUINCY 6 PM HART TO HART 7 PM M*A*S*H 7:30 BARNEY MILLER

8 PM MOVIE LOFT Amelia Earhart (1976) 11 PM M*A*S*H 11:30 HOGAN'S HEROES 12 MID COMEDY BREAK 12:30 MAUDE 1 AM BREAK THE BANK 1:30 SIGN OFF 56 WLVI (Ind.) GANNETT (Sold By Field In Summer Of 1983) 6 AM BOZO THE CLOWN 6:30 FLINTSTONES 7 AM MASK 7:30 HEATHCLIFF 8 AM BUGS BUNNY/WOODY WOODPECKER 8:30 TOM AND JERRY 9 AM MIGHTY MOUSE 9:30 GREAT SPACE COASTER 10 AM NEW ENGLAND TODAY 11 AM INNDAY NEWS 11:30 ALL ABOUT US 12 NOON ITS A GREAT LIFE 12:30 WHATS HOT 1 PM BEWITCHED 1:30 CASPER 2 PM FLINTSTONES 2:30 TOM AND JERRY 3 PM INSPECTOR GADGET 3:30 GI JOE 4 PM TRANSFORMERS 4:30 THUNDERCATS 5 PM BRADY BUNCH 5:30 HAPPY DAYS 6 PM THREES COMPANY 6:30 LAVERNE & SHIRLEY 7 PM BENSON 7:30 TAXI 8 PM MOVIE- The Diary of Anne Frank (1959) 10 PM 56 NEWS AT 10 10:30 CARSON'S CLASSICS 11 PM BIZARRE 11:30 BENNY HILL 12 MIDNIGHT 56 NEWS AT 10 12:30 SIGN OFF 25 WXNE (Ind.) CHRISTIAN BROADCASTING NETWORK 6 AM D JAMES KENNEDY 6:30 JIMMY SWAGGART 7 AM JETSONS 7:30 CAPTAIN HARLOCK 8 AM ALVIN AND THE CHIPMUNKS 8:30 GOOD HOUSEKEEPING 9 AM EIGHT IS ENOUGH 10 AM THE 700 CLUB 11:30 DAILY MASS 12 NOON LEAVE IT TO BEAVER 12:30 MCHALE'S NAVY

1 PM CHIPS 2 PM GILLIGAN'S ISLAND 2:30 SUPERFRIENDS 3 PM POPEYE 3:30 ROBOTECH 4 PM JETSONS 4:30 JETSONS 5 PM LITTLE HOUSE ON THE PRAIRIE 6 PM DIFFERENT STROKES 6:30 GIMME A BREAK 7 PM DIFFRENT STROKES 7:30 WKRP IN CINCINNATI 8 PM MOVIE Cape Fear (1962) 10 PM MATT HOUSTON 11 PM COMEDY TONIGHT 11:30 CBN TELETHON 1 AM INN NEWS 1:30 SIGN OFF 68 WQTV (Ind/NBC/ABC/CBS) Arlington Broadcasters 6 AM ABC NEWS (ABC) 7 AM MIGHTY HERCULES 7:30 SPEED RACOR 8 AM ROBOTECH 8:30 MULTI TRIM 9 AM NEW LOVE AMERICAN STYLE (ABC) 9:30 NEW CARD SHARKS (CBS) 10 AM BRUCE FORSYTHS HOT STREAK (ABC) 10:30 FLYING NUN 11 AM MEDICAL CENTER 12 NOON SUPER PASSWORD (NBC) 12:30 SEARCH FOR TOMORROW (NBC) 1 PM ANOTHER WORLD (NBC) A DAY BEHIND 2 PM ON BOOKS 2:30 MOVIE- Guns of Diablo (1964) 4 PM PRESS YOUR LUCK (CBS) 4:30 MOVIE- The Captive City (1952) 6 PM I DREAM OF JEANNIE 6:30 FLYING NUN 7 PM MEDICAL CENTER 8 PM MOVIE- Kill and Go Hide (1977) 10 PM MILLIONAIRE MAKER 11 PM CAROL BURNETT AND FRIENDS 11:30 HERE'S LUCY 12 MIDNIGHT BIG VALLEY 1 AM ROCKFORD FILES 2 AM SIGN OFF 27 WSMW (ind./PREVIEW) SIBOS TV 5 AM JIM AND TAMMY 6 AM CNN HEADLINE NEWS 6:30 DAWN 7 AM HEATHCLIFF 7:30 SUPERFRIENDS 8 AM RICHARD ROBERTS

9 AM JIMMY SWAGGART 9:30 NEWS 10 AM MOVIE- The Best Things in Life are Free (1956) 12 NOON DYNASTY 1 PM MOVIE- Johnny Tiger (1966) 3 PM HEATHCLIFF 3:30 WORLD OF SUPER ADVENTURE 4 PM DENNIS THE MENACE-Jay North 4:30 FATHER KNOWS BEST 5 PM LITTLE HOUSE ON THE PRAIRIE 6 PM PEOPLE'S COURT 6:30 LOVE CONNECTION 7 PM SUBSCRIPTION TV 44 WGBX (PBS) WGBH EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION 5 PM SIGN-ON/ONE ON ONE 5:30 SESAME STREET 6:30 GAVEL TO GAVEL 7:30 STATE OF THE STATE ADRESS (Governor Dukakis) 8 PM MACNEIL/LEHRER NEWSHOUR (joined in Progress) 8:30 THE NEWS MEDIA 9:30 PREVENTING NUCLEAR WAR 10 PM NEWS (same as CH. 2) 10:30 MASTERPIECE THEATER 11:30 SIGN-OFF BOSTON TV- EARLY WINTER 1987 From the Boston Globe BOSTON TV- EARLY WINTER 1987 Wednesday January 7, 1987 WGBH-TV 2 (PBS) 6:15- Test Pattern 6:45- Sign-on/AM Weather (Tom Dunn doing the script for the sign-on, David Ives doing the mission statement) 7AM- Sesame Street 8AM- Mister Rogers 8:30- Sesame Street 9:30- Mister Rogers 10AM- Instructional TV 12PM- Model United Nations 1PM- Instructional TV 2:30- Joy of Painting 3pm- French Chef 3:30- World of Animals 4pm- Sesame Street 5pm- Mister Rogers 5:30- 3-2-1 Contact 6PM- Macneil/Lehrer Newshour 7pm- Dr. Who 7:30- Wild World of Animals 8pm- Discover: The World of Science

9pm- We are Family 10pm- The Ten Oclock News (with Christopher Lydon and Gail Harris) 10:30- Nightly Business Report 11pm- The Blues 12am- The Ten Oclock News- (repeat of 10pm) 12:30- Sign-Off WBZ-TV 4 (NBC) Westinghouse 5 AM CROOK & CHASE 5:30 BEFORE HOURS 6 AM NBC NEWS 6:30 EYEWITNESS NEWS 7 AM TODAY 9 AM OPRAH WINFREY 10 AM HOUR MAGAZINE 11 AM WHEEL OF FORTUNE 11:30 SCRABBLE 12 NOON EYEWITNESS NEWS 12:30 PEOPLE ARE TALKING 1:30 LOVE CONNECTION 2 PM DAYS OF OUR LIVES 3 PM SANTA BARBARA 4 PM MAGNUM PI 5 PM PEOPLE'S COURT 5:30 LIVE ON 4 6 PM EYEWITNESS NEWS 7 PM NBC NEWS 7:30 EVENING MAGAZINE 8 PM HIGHWAY TO HEAVEN 9 PM GIMME A BREAK 9:30 YOU AGAIN? 10 PM ST. ELSEWHERE 11 PM EYEWITNESS NEWS 11:30 TONIGHT - Johnny Carson 12:30 LATE NIGHT - David Letterman 1:30 EYEWITNESS NEWS 2 AM EVENING MAGAZINE 2:30 PRIME TIME 3 AM COMMUNITY AUDITIONS (with Dave Maynard) 3:30 MORE REAL PEOPLE 4 AM PEOPLE ARE TALKING WCVB-TV 5 (ABC) 5 AM CHRONICLE 5:30 NEWSCENTER 5 FIRST 6 AM NEWSCENTER 5 7 AM GOOD MORNING AMERICA 9 AM GOOD DAY 10 AM DIVORCE COURT 10:30 THE JUDGE 11 AM HOLLYWOOD SQUARES 11:30 RYAN'S HOPE 12 NOON NEWSCENTER 5 12:30 LOVING 1 PM ALL MY CHILDREN 2 PM ONE LIFE TO LIVE

3 PM GENERAL HOSPITAL 4 PM AFTERSCHOOL SPECIAL 5 PM PHIL DONAHUE 6 PM NEWSCENTER 5 (with Chet Curtis, Natalie Jacobson, Dick Albert and Mike Lynch) 7 PM ABC NEWS 7:30 CHRONICLE 8 PM PERFECT STRANGERS 8:30 HEAD OF THE CLASS 9 PM DYNASTY 10 PM HOTEL 11 PM NEWSCENTER 5 11:30 NIGHTLINE 12 MID DYNASTY 1 AM SALLY JESSY RAPHAEL 1:30 NEWSCENTER 5 (replay of 11pm) 2 AM LATE MOVIE The Bride Goes Wild (1948) 4 AM GOOD DAY WNEV-TV 7 (CBS) 5 AM CBS NEWS NIGHTWATCH 6 AM MORNING STRETCH 6:30 NEWS 7 AM CBS MORNING NEWS 9 AM MARY TYLER MOORE 9:30 JEOPARDY 10 AM 25,000 DOLLAR PYRAMID 10:30 MORNING LIVE 11 AM PRICE IS RIGHT 12 NOON NEWS 12:30 YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS 1:30 AS THE WORLD TURNS 2:30 CAPITOL 3 PM GUIDING LIGHT 4 PM JEOPARDY 4:30 NEWLYWED GAME 5 PM 100,000 DOLLAR PYRAMID 5:30 WHEEL OF FORTUNE 6 PM NEWS (with Dolores Handy and Dave Wright, Harvey Leonard and John Dennis) 7 PM CBS NEWS 7:30 ENTERTAINMENT TONIGHT 8 PM NEW MIKE HAMMER 9 PM MAGNUM P.I 10 PM THE EQUALIZER 11 PM NEWS 11:30 ENTERTAINMENT TONIGHT 12 MID ADDERLY 1:10 CBS LATE NIGHT MOVIE One-Trick Pony (1980) 2:30 NEWS 3 AM CBS NEWS NIGHTWATCH 38 WSBK (Ind.) Gillette 6 AM 20 MINUTE WORKOUT 6:30 RAMBO 7 AM GHOSTBUSTERS 7:30 HE MAN 8 AM THE GOBOTS

8:30 SCOOBY DOO 9 AM WHEELED WARRIORS 9:30 JOURNAL 10 AM MAVERICK 11 AM HARRY O 12 NOON ONE MILLION DOLLAR CHANCE OF A LIFETIME 12:30 DICK VAN DYKE 1 PM ANDY GRIFFITH 1:30 BEVERLY HILLBILLIES 2 PM SUPERFRIENDS 2:30 GALAXY RANGERS 3 PM SHE-RA 3:30 HE-MAN 4 PM RAMBO 4:30 GHOSTBUSTERS 5 PM LOU GRANT 6 PM QUINCY 7 PM M*A*S*H 7:30 BARNEY MILLER 8 PM MOVIE LOFT The Outfit (1974) 10 PM HONEYMOONERS 10:30 HONEYMOONERS 11 PM M*A*S*H 11:30 HOGAN'S HEROES 12 MID ALFRED HICHCOCK 12:30 TWILIGHT ZONE 1 AM MAUDE 1:30 SIGN OFF 56 WLVI (Ind.) GANNETT 6 AM POPEYE (Theatrical) 6:30 FLINTSTONES 7 AM DENNIS THE MENACE CARTOONS 7:30 THUNDERCATS 8 AM HEATHCLIFF 8:30 MY LITTLE PONY 9 AM INSPECTOR GADGET 9:30 TOM AND JERRY 10 AM BUGS BUNNY/WOODY WOODPECKER 10:30 ZOOBILEE ZOO 11 AM HEADLINE NEWS 12 NOON TRUE CONFESSIONS 12:30 THAT GIRL 1 PM BEWITCHED 1:30 I DREAM OF JEANNIE 2 PM FLINTSTONES 2:30 MASK 3 PM SMURFS 3:30 SILVERHAWKS 4 PM TRANSFORMERS 4:30 GI JOE 5 PM BRADY BUNCH 5:30 BRADY BUNCH 6 PM THREES COMPANY 6:30 BENSON 7 PM FACTS OF LIFE

7:30 TAXI 8 PM MOVIE Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1956) 10 PM 56 NEWS AT 10 10:30 INN NEWS 11 PM NIGHTLIFE 11:30 SANFORD AND SON 12 MIDNIGHT NEWS 12:30 TELESHOPPING 1 AM SIGN OFF 25 WXNE (Ind.) CHRISTIAN BROADCASTING NETWORK 5 AM JIMMY SWAGGART 5:30 FORCE FIVE 6 AM PINK PANTHER 6:30 CASPER 7 AM JETSONS 7:30 CENTURIONS 8 AM DEFENDERS OF THE EARTH 8:30 BUGS BUNNY 9 AM PORKY PIG 9:30 CASPER 10 AM 700 CLUB 11:30 DAILY MASS 12 NOON DICK VAN DYKE SHOW 12:30 MAYBERRY R.F.D 1 PM GET SMART 1:30 GILLIGANS ISLAND 2 PM CASPER 2:30 PORKY PIG 3 PM BUGS BUNNY 3:30 DEFENDERS 4 PM CENTURIONS 4:30 THE JETSONS 5 PM EIGHT IS ENOUGH 6 PM DIFFRENT STROKES 6:30 GIMME A BREAK 7 PM DIFFRENT STROKES 7:30 A CURRENT AFFAIR 8 PM MOVIE- The Great Wallendas (1978) 10 PM MATT HOUSTON 11 PM GET SMART 11:30 700 CLUB 1 AM SIGN OFF 68 WQTV (Ind/NBC/ABC/CBS) Christian Science Monitor 6 AM ABC NEWS (ABC) 7 AM BIZ NET NEWS 8 AM NEW ZOO REVUE 8:30 POLKA DOT DOOR 9 AM 10 AM SALE OF THE CENTURY (NBC) 9:30 BLOCKBUSTERS (NBC) 10 AM WEBSTER(ABC) 10:30 CARD SHARKS (CBS) 11 AM FAME FORTUNE ROMANCE (ABC) 11:30 STRIKE IT RICH 12 NOON SUPER PASSWORD (NBC)

12:30 WORDPLAY (NBC) 1 PM ANOTHER WORLD (NBC) 2 PM CONNIE MARTENSEN 2:30 MOVIE- The Tunnel (1935) 4 PM MOVIE- The North Star (1943) 6 PM STRIKE IT RICH 6:30 TOP 40 VIDEOS 7 PM MOVIE- Tarzan, the Fearless (1933) 10 PM JIMMY SWAGGART 10:30 CRAZY EDDIES 11 PM TELEPHONE AUCTION 12 MID SIGNOFF 27 WHLL (Ind) HILL 6 AM CNN HEADLINE NEWS 7 AM JIM AND TAMMY 8 AM RICHARD ROBERTS 9 AM JIMMY SWAGGART 9:30 MOVIE- Blood Sport (1973) 11 AM WALTONS 12 PM LOOK AT ME NOW 12:30 MOVIE- Strange and Deadly Occurrence (1974) 2 PM GREEN ACRES 2:30 CAN YOU BE THINNER 3 PM EIGHT IS ENOUGH 4 PM LOVE BOAT 5 PM LITTLE HOUSE ON A PRARIE 6 PM SUPERIOR COURT 6:30 PEOPLE'S COURT 7 PM THE SAINT 8 PM MOVIE Eddie Macons Run (1983) 10 PM BARNABY JONES 11 PM MISTER ED 11:30 LATE MOVIE Mitchell (1975) 1:30 RECORD GUN 2 AM UNTOUCHABLES 3 AM SAINT 4 AM COMBAT 44 WGBX (PBS) WGBH EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION 1 PM SIGN-ON/GAVEL TO GAVEL (the Massachusetts House of Representative Program) 5 PM ONE ON ONE 5:30 SESAME STREET 6:30 NIGHTLY BUSINESS REPORT 7 PM FACES OF JAPAN 7:30 MACNEIL/LEHRER NEWSHOUR 8 30 SOMETHING ABOUT THE BLUES 9:30 TONY BROWNS JOURNAL 10 PM NEWS (same as CH. 2) 10:30 NIGHTLY BUSINESS REPORT 11 PM SIGN-OFF BOSTON TV- LATE FALL 1987 From the Boston Globe

BOSTON TV- LATE FALL 1987 Thursday December 3, 1987 WGBH-TV 2 (PBS) 6:15- Test Pattern 6:45- Sign-on/AM Weather (Tom Dunn doing the script for the sign-on, David Ives doing the mission statement) 7AM- Sesame Street 8AM- Mister Rogers 8:30- Sesame Street 9:30- Mister Rogers 10AM- Instructional TV 11:30- Sesame Street 12:30- Instructional TV 2:30- Joy of Painting 3pm- French Chef 3:30- Woodwrights Shop 4pm- Sesame Street 5pm- Mister Rogers 5:30- 3-2-1 Contact 6PM- Macneil/Lehrer Newshour 7pm- Square One TV 7:30- This Old House 8:05 A Christmas Special with Luciano Pavarotti 9:15- Mystery!- Lord Peter Wimsey: Gaudy Night (Part 3 of 3) 10:20- James Galways Christmas Carol 11:25- One More Season 12:30am- sign-off WBZ-TV 4 (NBC) Westinghouse 5 AM GETTING IN TOUCH 5:30 BEFORE HOURS 6 AM NBC NEWS 6:30 EYEWITNESS NEWS 7 AM TODAY 9 AM WIL SHRINER 10 AM HOUR MAGAZINE 11 AM WHEEL OF FORTUNE 11:30 SCRABBLE 12 NOON EYEWITNESS NEWS 12:30 PEOPLE ARE TALKING 1:30 LOVE CONNECTION 2 PM DAYS OF OUR LIVES 3 PM SANTA BARBARA 4 PM MAGNUM PI 5 PM PEOPLE'S COURT 5:30 LIVE ON 4 6 PM EYEWITNESS NEWS (with Liz Walker, Jack Williams, Bruce Schweglor, Bob Lobel) 7 PM NBC NEWS 7:30 EVENING MAGAZINE 8 PM PRESIDENT REAGANS ADDRESS 8:30 COSBY SHOW 9 PM A DIFFERENT WORLD 9:30 CHEERS

10 PM NIGHT COURT 10:30 L.A LAW 11:30 EYEWITNESS NEWS 12 AM TONIGHT - Johnny Carson 1 AM LATE NIGHT - David Letterman 2 AM EYEWITNESS NEWS 2:30 EVENING MAGAZINE 3 AM HAWAII-5-O 4 AM PEOPLE ARE TALKING WCVB-TV 5 (ABC) 5 AM CHRONICLE 5:30 NEWSCENTER 5 FIRST 6 AM NEWSCENTER 5 7 AM GOOD MORNING AMERICA 9 AM GOOD DAY 10 AM DIVORCE COURT 10:30 THE JUDGE 11 AM SALLY JESSIE RAPHAEL 11:30 RYAN'S HOPE 12 NOON NEWSCENTER 5 12:30 LOVING 1 PM ALL MY CHILDREN 2 PM ONE LIFE TO LIVE 3 PM GENERAL HOSPITAL 4 PM PHIL DONAHUE 5 PM OPRAH WINFREY 6 PM NEWSCENTER 5 (with Chet Curtis, Natalie Jacobson, Dick Albert and Mike Lynch) 7 PM ABC NEWS 7:30 CHRONICLE 8 PM PRESIDENT REAGANS ADDRESS 8:30 SMITHSONIANS TREASURES (pre-empting Sledge Hammer, why?) 9:30 MOVIE- Plaza Suite 11:30 NEWSCENTER 5 12 MID NIGHTLINE 12:30 HILL STREET BLUES 1:30 ALL IN THE FAMILY 2 AM NEWSCENTER 5 (replay of 11pm) 2:30 MOVIE- Babes in Arms (1939) 4 AM GOOD DAY WNEV-TV 7 (CBS) 5 AM CBS NEWS NIGHTWATCH 6 AM MORNING STRETCH 6:30 NEWS 7 AM CBS THIS MORNING 9 AM JEOPARDY! 9:30 25,000 DOLLAR PYRAMID 10 AM NANCY MERRILL 11 AM PRICE IS RIGHT 12 NOON NEWS 12:30 YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS 1:30 BOLD & THE BEAUTIFUL 2 PM AS THE WORLD TURNS 3 PM GUIDING LIGHT 4 PM HOLLYWOOD SQUARES

4:30 NEWLYWED GAME 5 PM LIVE AT 5 6 PM NEWS 6:30 CBS NEWS 7 PM WHEEL OF FORTUNE 7:30 JEOPARDY 8 PM PRESIDENT REAGANS ADDRESS 8:30- THE LIFE AND ADVENTURES OF SANTA CLAUS 9:30- SIMON AND SIMON 10:30- KNOTS LANDING 11:30 NEWS 12