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Retro: Cleveland-Akron, Monday, Oct.

8, 1979

Source: The Chronicle-Telegram, Elyria

Listings start at 7 a.m.

WKYC 3 (NBC)

AM

7 Today

9 Dave Patterson

10 Card Sharks

10:30 Hollywood Squares

11 High Rollers

11:30 Wheel of Fortune

PM

12 Mindreaders

12:30 Password Plus

1 Days Of Our Lives

2 The Doctors

2:30 Another World

4 Mary Tyler Moore

4:30 Bob Newhart

5 Dating Game

5:30 Newlywed Game

6 News

7 NBC News

7:30 Family Feud


8 Little House On The Prairie

9 NBC Theatre: When Hell Was In Session

11 News

11:30 Tonight (guest host David Letterman)

WEWS 5 (ABC)

7 Good Morning America

8 Morning Exchange

10 Phil Donahue

11 Laverne & Shirley

11:30 Family Feud

PM

12 News

12:30 Ryans Hope

1 All My Children

2 One Life To Live

3 General Hospital

4 Afternoon Exchange

5 Merv Griffin

6 News

6:30 ABC News

7 Match Game PM

7:30 Tic Tac Dough

8 All-Star Family Feud

9 Monday Night Football: Raiders 13, Dolphins 3 (source: nflhistory.com)


12M News

12:30 FBI

WJKW 8 (CBS)

AM

7 Morning

8 Captain Kangaroo

9 Tom & Jerry

9:30 Jokers Wild

10 Beat The Clock

10:30 WHEW!

11 Price Is Right

PM

12 News

12:30 Search for Tomorrow

1 Young and the Restless

1:30 As The World Turns

2:30 Guiding Light

3:30 One Day At A Time

4 Movie

5:30 Tom & Jerry

6 News

6:30 CBS News

7 Jokers Wild

7:30 PM Magazine
8 White Shadow

9 MASH

9:30 13th Annual Country Music Awards (Host: Kenny Rogers)

11 News

11:30 Maude

12M Ironside

1 Movie: Fraulein

WAKR 23 (ABC) Akron

AM

7 Good Morning America

9 700 Club

10:30 Varied Programs

11 Laverne & Shirley

11:30 Real McCoys

PM

12 Junior Partner Pyramid

12:30 Ryans Hope

1 All My Children

2 One Life To Live

3 General Hospital

4 Edge of Night

4:30 Get Smart

5 I Dream of Jeannie

5:30 Family Feud


6 News

6:30 ABC News

7 Dinah and Friends

8 All-Star Family Feud

9 Monday Night Football

12M News

12:30 700 Club

WVIZ 25 (PBS)

AM

8 Instructional programs (not individually listed)

11 Electric Company

11:30 Sesame Street

PM

12:30 Back to the instructional programs

4 Sesame Street

5 Mister Rogers Neighborhood

5:30 Over Easy

6 Dimensions in Culture

6:30 Growing Years

7 MacNeil-Lehrer Report

7:30 Black Perspective

8 Paul Robeson (biographical play starring James Earl Jones)

10 Connections: Death In The Morning

11 Dick Cavett (Guest: musician Larry Adler)


11:30 Captioned ABC News

WUAB 43

AM

7 Star Blazer

7:30 Battle Of The Planets

8 Flintstones

8:30 Bugs Bunny

9 Barnaby

9:30 Romper Room

10 43 A.M.

10:30 Ed Allen

11 Dinah!

PM

12 Mike Douglas

1:30 Movie

3 Little Rascals

3:30 Krofft Superstars

4 Flintstones

4:30 Woody Woodpecker

5 Bugs Bunny

5:30 Gilligans Island

6 Andy Griffith

6:30 Sanford and Son

7 MASH
7:30 Hogans Heroes

8 Gunsmoke

9 Movie: The Last of the Belles

11 Benny Hill

11:30 Make Me Laugh

12M Gong Show

12:30 Movie: The New Interns

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Re: Retro: Cleveland-Akron, Monday, Oct. 8, 1979

As sort of a side question for any Clevelanders/Northeastern Ohioans, as I imagine WEWS not
clearing every ABC show, how was WAKR's signal into Cleveland/Cuyahoga County proper?

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Re: Retro: Cleveland-Akron, Monday, Oct. 8, 1979

Quote Originally Posted by ShawnHill1

how was WAKR's signal into Cleveland/Cuyahoga County proper?

Assuming that it was powerful then as WVPX is now (5000kw, 296m HAAT), the signal goes past
Cleveland, about 20 miles into Lake Erie:

http://www.fcc.gov/fcc-bin/FMTV-serv...=TV574044.html

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01-04-2007, 07:24 PM #4

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Re: Retro: Cleveland-Akron, Monday, Oct. 8, 1979

Quote Originally Posted by ShawnHill1

... how was WAKR's signal into Cleveland/Cuyahoga County proper?

WAKR-TV had its tower in Akron, so its OTA coverage was in the Akron/Canton corridor. The
Elyria newspaper carried the listings because the station was on cable in Elyria.

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Re: Retro: Cleveland-Akron, Monday, Oct. 8, 1979

...WKYC didn't carry "Tomorrow with Tom Snyder"? Odd, since (a) WKYC was an NBC O&O and
(b) Snyder had been a Channel 3 anchor in the mid-60s (when it was KYW-TV)...

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Re: Retro: Cleveland-Akron, Monday, Oct. 8, 1979

Quote Originally Posted by ShawnHill1

As sort of a side question for any Clevelanders/Northeastern Ohioans, as I imagine WEWS not
clearing every ABC show, how was WAKR's signal into Cleveland/Cuyahoga County proper?

At that time, I lived about a mile from the lake, and the signal for WAKR wasn't all that great.
When ABC was first looking for affilates in the fifties, from what I understand, they were looking
for somebody, anybody to carry their programs. If you recall, ABC was dead last in the ratings
until about 1976.

74WIXYgrad<br />Just a screwball moron who thinks he knows a lot about broadcasting, but
knows nothing according to some afternoon talk show host.
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01-10-2007, 08:02 AM #7

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Re: Retro: Cleveland-Akron, Monday, Oct. 8, 1979

If you've noticed Akron/Cleveland retros from the

'50s and especially the early '60s, WAKR pre-empted

a lot of ABC shows that WEWS carried. I suppose it

wasn't until the late '60s that it became advantageous

to have both.

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01-10-2007, 10:58 PM #8

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In the earliest days of Cleveland area TV, WNBK-4 (later 3) being NBC Owned-Operated, was of
course the NBC affiliate. WEWS-TV 5 was at first full-time CBS while then-WXEL-9 was primarily
DuMont and secondary ABC. I found some copies of an early TV magazine (Tele-Vue) from
January-March 1949 that had WEWS carrying some ABC shows months before WXEL signed on
(December 1949)

On March 1, 1955, WJW-8..Now owned by Storer Broadcasting, switched affiliations from ABC
(DuMont was pretty well done by this time) to CBS, while WEWS-5 likely reluctantly, changed
over to ABC from CBS

Retro: Sacramento Sunday, November 28, 1982

By request, from the San Francisco Chronicle:

KCRA Ch. 3 (NBC)

6:30 Mister Ed

7 AM News

7:30 Capitol And The Clergy

8 AM California U.S.A.

8:30 Vistas

9 AM Meet The Press

9:30 NFL '82

10 AM NFL Football (teams not given)

1 PM NFL Football (time approximate, teams

not given)

4 PM Baretta (time approximate)

5 PM Muppet Show

5:30 Wild Kingdom

6 PM News

7 PM Voyagers!
8 PM CHiPs

9 PM NBC Movie: "The Executioner's Song"

(Part 1)

11 PM News

11:30 Donahue

KVIE Ch. 6 (PBS)

7 AM Sesame Street (4 episodes)

11 AM Sports America

12 N Great Performances

1 PM Washington Week In Review

1:30 Wall Street Week

2 PM Movie: "Mrs. Mike"

3:30 Matinee At The Bijou

5:30 U.S. Chronicle

6 PM National Geographic

7 PM Wild America

7:30 Sneak Previews

8 PM Nature

9 PM Masterpiece Theatre

10 PM The Paper Chase

11 PM Firing Line

KXTV Ch. 10 (CBS)


6:30 New Generation

7 AM Moments Of Reflection

7:15 Sacred Heart

7:30 New Directions (not to be confused

with ABC's religious series Directions)

8 AM Sunday Morning

9:30 Conversation

10 AM Famous Classic Tales

11 AM Movie: "The Forty-Eight Hour Mile"

1 PM NFL Football (teams not given)

4 PM Movie: "Linda" (time approximate)

5:30 News

6 PM 30 Minutes

6:30 Fight Back! With David Horowitz

7 PM 60 Minutes

8 PM Archie Bunker's Place

8:30 Gloria

9 PM The Jeffersons

9:30 One Day At A Time

10 PM Trapper John, M.D.

11 PM News

11:30 Face The Nation

12 M Movie: "Portrait Of A Teenage Runaway"

2 AM CBS News Nightwatch


KOVR Ch. 13 (ABC)

6 AM Agriculture

6:30 Best Of Kids Are People Too

7:30 World Tomorrow

8 AM Oral Roberts

8:30 Urban Times

9 AM La Voz de la Raza

9:30 Progreso

10:30 Ask A Woman

11 AM News Conference

11:30 This Week With David Brinkley

12:30 At The Movies

1 PM Movie: "Dirty Harry"

3 PM America's Top Ten

3:30 Paul Anka

4 PM Glen Campbell Music Show

4:30 Jack Anderson

5 PM News

5:30 ABC News

6 PM Three's Company

6:30 The Jeffersons

7 PM Ripley's Believe It Or Not

8 PM Matt Houston
9 PM ABC Movie: "The Electric Horseman"

11:30 News

12 M At The Movies

12:30 Portrait Of A Legend

1 AM ABC News

KRBK Ch. 31 (Ind.)

6:30 Esta Es la Vida

7 AM Jim Bakker

7:30 Day Of Discovery

8 AM Jerry Falwell

9 AM Jonny Quest

9:30 Jetsons

10 AM Valley Of The Dinosaurs

10:30 Family Affair

11 AM Twilight Zone

12 N Movie: "Double Crossbones"

1:35 Movie: "X-15"

3:50 Movie: "Woman Times Seven"

6 PM The Christmas Messenger

6:30 Raggedy Ann And Andy

7 PM Laugh Trax

8 PM Jimmy Swaggart

9 PM Japanese Theatre
10 PM Jerry Falwell

11 PM Jack Van Impe

11:30 David Susskind

KTXL Ch. 40 (Ind.)

6 AM Sunday Mass

6:30 Health Field

7 AM W.V. Grant

7:30 James Robison

8 AM Rex Humbard

8:30 Robert Schuller

9:30 Mid-East Analysis

10 AM The Best Is Yet To Be

10:30 Sergeant Preston Of The Yukon

11 AM Superman

11:30 Lone Ranger

12 N Those Amazing Animals

1 PM Movie: "Planet Of The Apes"

3 PM Movie: "The Great Race"

6 PM Hollywood Christmas Parade

8 PM NBA Basketball: Golden State at

Los Angeles Lakers (joined in progress)

10 PM News (time approximate)

10:30 Independent Network News


11 PM Weekend Sports Wrap-Up

11:30 Saturday Night (SNL reruns)

12:30 Solid Gold

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Re: Retro: Sacramento Sunday, November 28, 1982

Do you have any weekday listings?

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Re: Retro: Sacramento Sunday, November 28, 1982

KRBK--Channel 31(Ind.)

7:00 AM Jim Bakker


Only 30 minutes of The PTL Club? Usually it ran 1 to 2 hours in most all areas.

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Re: Retro: Sacramento Sunday, November 28, 1982

Quote Originally Posted by Braves2005

KRBK--Channel 31(Ind.)

7:00 AM Jim Bakker

Only 30 minutes of The PTL Club? Usually it ran 1 to 2 hours in most all areas.

This may have been a mis-print but then again could this have been Tammy Bakker's House
Party?If so, I can see the listings say Jim Bakker since much of their product, well it was hard to
tell which was which as often Jim would appear on Tammy's show and vice versa and often the
sets even looked alike.

The Bakkers had so many shows back in the 70s and 80s, I think even their own kids had their
own show. However I believe many of thse shows aired only on the old PTL satellite network.
Don't know if any of them were actually synidcated. With that said maybe the Bakkers did offer a
30 minute version of PTL, but this is the first time I heard of that.
BTW..I have seen listings in the past that said "Jim & Tammy", "Jim Bakker", "The Jim Bakker
Show", when it usually was just another name for the "PTL Club".

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Re: Retro: Sacramento Sunday, November 28, 1982

How about San Francisco listings from a weekday, please?

Classic Television must always be preserved!

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Re: Retro: Sacramento Sunday, November 28, 1982


bpatrick, I would like to see some Sacramento listings from November 1982.

Classic Television must always be preserved!

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Re: Retro: Sacramento Sunday, November 28, 1982

Quote Originally Posted by bk77

Quote Originally Posted by Braves2005

KRBK--Channel 31(Ind.)

7:00 AM Jim Bakker

Only 30 minutes of The PTL Club? Usually it ran 1 to 2 hours in most all areas.

This may have been a mis-print but then again could this have been Tammy Bakker's House
Party? If so, I can see the listings say Jim Bakker since much of their product, well it was hard to
tell which was which as often Jim would appear on Tammy's show and vice versa and often the
sets even looked alike.

The Bakkers had so many shows back in the 70s and 80s, I think even their own kids had their
own show. However I believe many of thse shows aired only on the old PTL satellite network.
Don't know if any of them were actually synidcated. With that said maybe the Bakkers did offer a
30 minute version of PTL, but this is the first time I heard of that.

BTW..I have seen listings in the past that said "Jim & Tammy", "Jim Bakker", "The Jim Bakker
Show", when it usually was just another name for the "PTL Club".

...PTL offered affiliates a half-hour edit of older celebrity-centered shows under the title "PTL
Prime Cuts." WLRE/26 in Green Bay ran these in prime time in their first couple of years on the
air, 1980-82. I suspect this listing is for that version...

King Daevid MacKenzie

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Re: Retro: Sacramento Sunday, November 28, 1982

By request, from the San Francisco Chronicle,

listings for Tuesday, November 30, 1982:

KTVU Ch. 2 Oakland/San Francisco (Ind.)

6 AM Jim Bakker

7 AM Woody Woodpecker

8:30 Romper Room

9 AM Bionic Woman
10 AM The Rookies

11 AM Donahue

12 N Big Valley

1 PM Movie: "The Well"

3 PM Scooby Doo

3:30 Tom And Jerry

4 PM Spider-Man

4:30 Gilligan's Island

5 PM Star Trek

6 PM Three's Company

6:30 Laverne & Shirley

7 PM M*A*S*H

7:30 Barney Miller

8 PM Movie: "Return Of The

Pink Panther"

10 PM News

11 PM M*A*S*H

11:30 Love, American Style

12 M Big Valley

1 AM Lucy Show

KCRA Ch. 3 Sacramento (NBC)

5 AM News

5:30 Morning Stretch


6 AM News

7 AM Today

9 AM Finnerty & Company

10 AM Wheel Of Fortune

10:30 Tic Tac Dough

11 AM Take My Word For It

11:30 Diff'rent Strokes

12 N News

1 PM Tom Cottle Up Close

1:30 Fantasy (Peter Marshall,

Leslie Uggams host)

2:30 Search For Tomorrow

3 PM Days Of Our Lives

4 PM Donahue

5 PM News

6 PM NBC News

6:30 News

7 PM Weeknight

7:30 Entertainment Tonight

8 PM Father Murphy

9 PM Gavilan

10 PM St. Elsewhere

11 PM News

11:30 Tonight Show

12:30 Late Night With David Letterman


1:30 NBC News Overnight

2:30 News

3 AM News

KRON Ch. 4 San Francisco (NBC)

5 AM News

6:30 Early Today

7 AM Today

9 AM Diff'rent Strokes

9:30 Wheel Of Fortune

10 AM Merv Griffin

11 AM News

11:30 Midday

12 N Days Of Our Lives

1 PM Another World

2 PM Fantasy

3 PM Soap World

3:30 Entertainment Tonight

4 PM Live On 4

5 PM News

5:30 NBC News

6 PM News

7 PM You Asked For It

7:30 Entertainment Tonight


8 PM Father Murphy

9 PM Gavilan

10 PM St. Elsewhere

11 PM News

11:30 Tonight Show

12:30 Late Night With David Letterman

1:30 NBC News Overnight

2:30 News

3 AM News

KPIX Ch. 5 San Francisco (CBS)

6 AM So You Think You Got

Troubles

6:30 Morning Stretch

7 AM CBS Morning News

9 AM $25,000 Pyramid

9:30 Child's Play

10 AM People Are Talking (Ch. 5

pre-empted The Price Is

Right for years with this show.)

11 AM Young And The Restless

12 N News

12:30 As The World Turns

1:30 Capitol
2 PM Guiding Light

3 PM Hour Magazine

4 PM People Are Talking

4:30 More Real People

5 PM Match Game

5:30 Family Feud

6 PM News

7 PM CBS News

7:30 Evening (PM) Magazine

8 PM Bring 'Em Back Alive

9 PM GE Theater: "Something

So Right"

11 PM News

11:30 Quincy

12:40 McMillan & Wife

2 AM Hawaii Five-O

3 AM Movie: "M'Liss"

KVIE Ch. 6 Sacramento (PBS)

7:15 Yoga

7:45 A.M. Weather

8 AM 3-2-1 Contact

8:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

9 AM Sesame Street
10 AM Electric Company

10:30 Hobby Shop

11 AM Over Easy

11:30 Yoga

12 N Sneak Previews

12:30 Mystery!

1:30 Masterpiece Theatre

2:30 Electric Company

3 PM 3-2-1 Contact

3:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

4 PM Sesame Street

5 PM 3-2-1 Contact

5:30 Over Easy

6 PM Dick Cavett

6:30 MacNeil/Lehrer Report

7 PM Nature

8 PM Nova

9 PM Kennedy Center Tonight

10 PM Body In Question

11 PM Dick Cavett

11:30 PBS Latenight

KGO Ch. 7 San Francisco (ABC)

6 AM ABC News This Morning


7 AM Good Morning America

9 AM A.M. San Francisco

10 AM Love Boat

11 AM Family Feud

11:30 Ryan's Hope

12 N All My Children

1 PM One Life To Live

2 PM General Hospital

3 PM Edge Of Night

3:30 Movie: "Food Of The Gods"

5 PM News

6 PM News

7 PM ABC News

7:30 People's Court

8 PM Happy Days

8:30 Laverne & Shirley

9 PM Three's Company

9:30 9 To 5

10 PM Hart To Hart

11 PM News

11:30 Nightline

12 M The Last Word

1 AM A.M. San Francisco

KQED Ch. 9 San Francisco (PBS)


7 AM Making It Count

7:30 Yoga

8 AM Polka Dot Door

8:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

9 AM Sesame Street

10 AM Electric Company

10:30 Educational Programs

11 AM Film Of The Week

11:30 Educational Programs

12 N Dick Cavett

12:30 Over Easy

1 PM Educational Programs

3 PM Hablamos Espanol

3:30 Humanities

4 PM Polka Dot Door

4:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

5 PM Sesame Street

6 PM 3-2-1 Contact

6:30 MacNeil/Lehrer Report

7 PM Over Easy

7:30 Wild Wild World Of Animals

8 PM Nova

9 PM Survival

10 PM Great Railway Journeys


11 PM Fast Forward

11:30 Movie: "Algiers"

KXTV Ch. 10 Sacramento (CBS)

6 AM CBS Early Morning News

6:30 New Morning

7 AM CBS Morning News

9 AM $25,000 Pyramid

9:30 Child's Play

10 AM Price Is Right

11 AM Young And The Restless

12 N News

12:30 As The World Turns

1:30 Capitol

2 PM Guiding Light (Sacramento is

now the only market where

this is pre-empted)

3 PM Hour Magazine

4 PM California Afternoon

5 PM News

6 PM CBS News

6:30 News

7 PM Merv Griffin

8 PM Bring 'Em Back Alive


9 PM GE Theater: "Something

So Right"

11 PM News

11:30 Quincy

12:40 McMillan & Wife

2 AM CBS News Nightwatch

KOVR Ch. 13 Sacramento (ABC)

5:30 Growing Years

6 AM ABC News This Morning

7 AM Good Morning America

9 AM Good Morning California

10 AM Love Boat

11 AM All My Children

12 N News

12:30 Ryan's Hope

1 PM One Life To Live

2 PM General Hospital

3 PM People's Court

3:30 Alice

4 PM Three's Company

4:30 The Jeffersons

5 PM News

6 PM ABC News
6:30 You Asked For It

7 PM Family Feud

7:30 PM Magazine

8 PM Happy Days

8:30 Laverne & Shirley

9 PM Three's Company

9:30 9 To 5

10 PM Hart To Hart

11 PM News

11:30 Nightline

12 M The Last Word

1 AM All In The Family

KDTV Ch. 14 San Francisco (SIN)

1 PM El Chavo

1:30 Mundo Latino

2:30 Infamia

3 PM Andrea Celeste

4 PM Luisana Mia

5 PM Xetu

5:30 Noticiero 14

6 PM Noticiero Nacional SIN

6:30 El Derecho de Nacer

7 PM 24 Horas
8 PM Vanessa

8:30 Chespirito

9:30 Iris Chacon

10:30 Extranos Caminos del Amor

11 PM Spanish Movie

KTZO Ch. 20 San Francisco (Ind.)

5:30 Growing Years

6 AM Jack LaLanne

6:30 CBS Early Morning News

7 AM Abbott And Costello

7:30 Our Miss Brooks

8 AM Green Acres

8:30 I Dream Of Jeannie

9 AM Texas (pre-empted on Ch. 4

at 10 AM)

10 AM Price Is Right

11 AM Perry Mason

12 N Divorce Court

12:30 Romance Theatre

1 PM The Doctors (pre-empted on

Ch. 4 at 11 AM)

1:30 Search For Tomorrow (pre-

empted on Ch. 4 at 11:30 AM)


2 PM It Takes A Thief

3 PM Tattletales (pre-empted on Ch. 5)

3:30 I Dream Of Jeannie

4 PM Starsky And Hutch

5 PM Charlie's Angels

6 PM The Jeffersons

6:30 Maude

7 PM Soap

7:30 Madame's Place

8 PM Rockford Files

9 PM The FBI

10 PM Movie: "Tribes"

12 M Prisoner: Cell Block H

12:30 Alfred Hitchcock

1 AM Perry Mason

2 AM CBS News Nightwatch

KTSF Ch. 26 San Francisco (Ind.)

7:30 Praise The Lord

8:30 Jim Bakker

9:30 Jimmy Swaggart

10 AM Movie: "Thunder In The City"

12 N Private Secretary (Ann Sothern)

12:30 Vegetable Soup


1 PM Movie: "Trouble In Texas"

3 PM Ann Sothern

3:30 Susie (more of Ann)

4 PM Topper

4:30 Lassie

5 PM Lost In Space

6 PM Courtship Of Eddie's Father

6:30 That Girl

7 PM New Stars In The NFL Galaxy

(Subscription TV)

8 PM Movie: "Fort Apache, The Bronx"

(STV)

10 PM Movie: "The Enforcer" (STV)

11:45 Movie: "Charlie Chan And The

Curse Of The Dragon Queen" (STV)

KRBK Ch. 31 Sacramento (Ind.)

6 AM Great Space Coaster

6:30 George Of The Jungle

7 AM Heckle And Jeckle

7:30 Mighty Mouse

8 AM Casper

8:30 Spider-Man/Spider-Woman

9 AM Richard Simmons
9:30 I Dream Of Jeannie

10 AM Family Affair

10:30 My Three Sons

11 AM Green Acres

11:30 Gomer Pyle, USMC

12 N Perry Mason

1 PM Movie: "Duel On The

Mississippi"

2:30 Porky Pig

3 PM Mighty Mouse

3:30 Spider-Man

4 PM Scooby-Doo

4:30 Heckle And Jeckle

5 PM Wonder Woman

6 PM What's Happening!!

6:30 Good Times

7 PM One Day At A Time

7:30 Soap

8 PM Movie: "The Jackals"

10 PM Gunsmoke

11 PM Paul Hogan

11:30 Twilight Zone

12 M Jim Bakker

KQEC Ch. 32 San Francisco (PBS)


6 PM Making It Count

6:30 It's Everybody's Business

7:30 Humanities

8 PM Grin And Repair It

8:30 Woodwright's Shop

9 PM Fast Forward

9:30 World Report

10 PM MacNeil/Lehrer Report

10:30 Dick Cavett

11 PM Yoga

KVOF Ch. 38 San Francisco (Ind.)

appears to be all religion, nothing

specific except the word "Religion"

at 5 AM

KTXL Ch. 40 Sacramento (Ind.)

5:45 CPR Training

6 AM 700 Club

7 AM Flintstones

7:30 Cartoons

8 AM Flipper
8:30 Gentle Ben

9 AM So You Think You Got

Troubles

9:30 Carol Burnett And Friends

10 AM The Waltons

11 AM Streets Of San Francisco

12 N I Love Lucy

12:30 Rhoda

1 PM Movie: "Fists Of Bruce Lee"

3 PM Woody Woodpecker

3:30 Pink Panther

4 PM Eight Is Enough

5 PM Little House On The Prairie

6 PM Charlie's Angels

7 PM M*A*S*H

7:30 Barney Miller

8 PM Blood And Honor

10:30 News

11 PM Madame's Place

11:30 Hawaii Five-O

12:30 Movie: "Die, Die My Darling"

KBHK Ch. 44 San Francisco (Ind.)

6 AM Health Field
6:30 Banana Splits

7 AM Great Space Coaster

7:30 Popeye

8 AM Casper

8:30 Comedy Classics

9 AM Leave It To Beaver

9:30 Dick Van Dyke

10 AM Richard Simmons

10:30 Tom Cottle Up Close

11 AM Good Morning!

11:30 Petticoat Junction

12 N Beverly Hillbillies

12:30 Gomer Pyle, USMC

1 PM Dick Van Dyke

1:30 Andy Griffith

2 PM Leave It To Beaver

2:30 Bugs Bunny

3 PM Flintstones

3:30 Popeye

4 PM Pink Panther

4:30 Muppet Show

5 PM Mork And Mindy

5:30 Happy Days

6 PM ChiPs Patrol

7 PM Sanford And Son


7:30 Alice

8 PM Blood And Honor

10:30 In Search Of...

11 PM Saturday Night (SNL reruns)

12 M Comedy Classics

12:30 Movie: "The Far Country"

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Re: Retro: Sacramento Sunday, November 28, 1982

When did part 2 of Blood And Honor air on KTXL and KBHK?

Classic Television must always be preserved!

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Filling in the blanks on the NFL

NFL games weren't specified because the TV pullout was printed early in the week. Also, it was
the second week back for the NFL after an 8-week players strike.
The likely NFL telecasts for that day in the Bay Area:

10 AM

(4, 3, 8 ) L.A. Raiders at Cincinnati

1 PM

(5, 10, 46) New Orleans at San Francisco

(3, 8 ) Denver at San Diego

(4, 3 and 8 are NBC; 5, 10 and 46 are CBS)

Schedule ascertained via Database Football. It has old NFL results that aren't posted on the
league's website.

When did part 2 of Blood And Honor air on KTXL and KBHK?

On Wednesday, December 1.

RETRO CONNECTICUT/SPRINGFIELD/PROVIDENCE/BOSTON TV- Tuesday January 11, 1972

source: Hartford Courant (Connecticut)

RETRO CONNECTICUT/SPRINGFIELD/PROVIDENCE/BOSTON TV- 35 YEARS AGO TODAY- Tuesday


January 11, 1972

Hartford/New Haven

3 WTIC- CBS- Hartford


6:30 RFD 3

7 AM CBS News

8 AM Captain Kangaroo

9 AM Hap Richards

9:30 Yogi Bear

10 AM Mid-Morning Movie- Golden Blade (1953)

11:30 Love of Life

12 PM Eyewitness News

12:25 CBS News (Douglas Edwards)

12:30 Search for Tomorrow

1 PM Virginia Graham Show

1:30 As The World Turns

2 PM Love is a Many Splendored Thing

2:30 Guiding Light

3 PM My Three Sons

3:30 Range rStation

4 PM Family Affair

4:30 Andy Griffith

5 PM The Big Valley

5:55 What's Happening- (Update)

6 PM Eyewitness News

6:30 CBS News (walter Cronkite)

7 PM Untamed World

7:30 Glen Campbell

8:30 Hawaii Five-O


9:30 Cannon

10:30 David Frost Review

11 PM Eyewitness News

11:25 Perry Mason

12:25 Startime

8 WTNH- ABC- New Haven

6:15 The Christophers

6:25 Action Is

6:55 News Headlines

7 AM Mr. Goober

9 AM Phil Donahue

10 AM Conn-Tact

11 AM Fashions In Sewing

11:10 Action News

11:30 That Girl

12 PM Bewitched

12:30 Password

1 PM What's My Line

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 I Love Lucy

5 PM I Dream of Jeannie

5:30 Dragnet

6 PM Action News

6:30 ABC Evening News

7 PM News?

7:30 Mod Squad

8:30 Movie of the Week- The Night Stalkers

10 PM Marcus Welby, M.D

11 PM Action News

11:30 Dick Cavett Show

1 AM Action News

18 WHCT- Ind.- Hartford

3:30 Gomer Pyle U.S.M.C

4 PM Ralph Kanna

4:30 Merv Griffin (CBS)

6 PM Wild, Wild, West

7 PM Dick Van dyke

7:30 Movie Game

8 PM When Stars Were Stars- The Body Disappears

9:30 Candid Camera

10 PM News

10:30 Hartford Talk-In

11 PM Marriage on the Rocks


20 WATR- NBC- Waterbury

7 AM Today (with Local News at 7:25 and 8:25)

9 AM Romper Room

10 AM Dinah's Place

10:30 Concentration

11 AM Sale of the Century

11:30 Hollywood Squares

12 PM Jeopardy

12:30 Who, What or Where

1 PM My Little Margie

1:30 Three on a Match

2 PM Days of our Lives

2:30 Doctors

3 PM Another World

3:30 Bright Promise

4 PM Somerset

4:30 Highway Patrol

5 PM Why You Smoke?

5:30 Film

6 PM Sounding Board

7 PM NBC Nightly News

7:30 Sarge

8:30 Suffer Little Children

9:30 James Garner as Nichols


10:30 Twilight Zone

11 PM Marshall Dillon

11:30 Tonight Show with Johnny Carson

24 WEDH- PBS- Hartford

8:30 Discovering Music

9 AM En Francais

9:30 Community of Living Things

9:35 Places in the News

10 AM Sesame Street

11 AM Electric Company

11:30 Of All Things

11:45 Imagine That

12 PM Man Against His Environment

12:30 Misterogers' Neighborhood

1 PM Matter of Fiction

1:20 Places in the News

1:40 This is Connecticut

2 PM Community of Living Things

2:20 Children's Literature

2:35 Cover to Cover

3 PM Technology for Tomorrow

3:30 Making Things Grow

4 PM Sesame Street

5 PM Mister Rogers
5:30 Electric Company

6 PM Zoom

6:30 Communication and Education

7 PM Book Beat

7:30 Ocean Phenomenon

8 PM Fourth Estate

8:30 Advocates

9:30 Black Journal

10:30 Course of Our Times

30 WHNB- NBC- New Britain

6:30 Acrosds the Fence

7 AM Today

9 AM Galloping Gourmet

9:30 News (Tom Monahan--he's still on Ch. 30 as the chief political correspondent)

10 AM Dinah' s Place

10:30 Concentration

11 AM Sale of the Century

11:30 Hollywood Squares

12 PM Jeopardy

12:30 Who, What or Where

12:55 NBC News

1 PM Tales of Wells Fargo

1:30 Three on a Match

2 PM Days of Our Lives


2:30 Doctors

3 PM Another World

3:30 Bright Promise

4 PM Somerset

4:30 Flintstones

5 PM Timmy and Lassie

5:30 Gilligan's Island

6 PM To Tell The Truth

6:30 NBC Nightly News

7 PM News

7:30 Sarge

8:30 Suffer Little Children

9:30 James Garner as Nichols

10:30 Rush Toward Freedom

11 PM News

11:30 Tonight Show with Johnny Carson

1 AM News

SPRINGFIELD

22 WWLP- NBC- Springfield

6:50 Weather

6:55 Special Report

7 AM Today

9 AM David Frost Show

10 AM Dinah's Place
10:30 Concentration

11 AM Sale of the Century

11:30 Hollywood Squares

12 PM Jeopardy

12:30 Who, What or Where

1 PM At Home with Kitty

2 PM Days of Our Lives

2:30 Doctors

3 PM Another World

3:30 Bright Promise

4 PM Somerset

4:30 Mike Douglas Show

5:30 Hogan's Heroes

6 PM News

6:30 NBC Nightly News

7 PM News

7:30 Sarge

8:30 Suffer Little Children

9:30 James Garner as Nichols

10:30 Golddiggers

11 PM News

11:30 Tonight Show

40 WHYN- ABC- Springfield

7:55 Heritage Corner


8 AM Strummin' Drummers

8:30 Flintstones

9 AM Timmy and Lassie

9:30 Leave it to Beaver

10 AM What's My Line

10:30 Jack LaLanne

11 AM Galloping Gourmet

11:30 That Girl

12 PM Bewitched

12:30 Password

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 Flintstones

4:55 Weather Watch

5 PM I Love Lucy

5:30 Newsbeat

6 PM The Saint

6:30 ABC Evening News

7 PM News

7:30 Mod Squad


8:30 Movie of the Week- Night Stalkers

10 PM Marcus Welby M.D

11 PM News

11:30 Dick Cavett Show

57 WGBY- PBS- Springfield

8:30 sign-on/21-inch classroom? (produced at sister station, WGBH-TV Boston)

1:30 Electric Company

2 PM 21-inch classroom?

3:30 Maggie and the Beautiful Machine

4 PM Sesame Street

5 PM Misterogers Neighborhood

5:30 Electric Company

6 PM Zoom

6:30 Behind the Lines

7 PM News (Louis Lyons- produced at WGBH-TV)

7:30 The Reporters

8 PM Making Things Work

8:30 Advocates

9:30 Black Journal

10 PM Twenty-One Inch Preview

10:30 How Do Your Children Grow

Providence

6 WTEV- ABC- New Bedford


6:30 Jack LaLanne

6:45 NewsScope 6

7 AM F-Troop

7:30 Flipper

7:55 News

8 AM Flying Nun

8:30 Community (Bob Bassett)

9 AM Romper Room

9:30 Movie Game

10 AM Mike Douglas

11:30 That Girl

12 PM Bewitched

12:30 Password

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 ot Live

4 PM Love American Style

4:30 Flintstones

5 PM Gilligan's Island

5:30 NewsScope 6

6 PM ABC Evening News

6:30 Get Smart


7:30 Mod Squad

8:30 Movie of the Week- Night Stalkers

10 PM Marcus Welby M.D

11 PM NewsScope 6 (Truman Taylor)

11:30 Dick Cavett Show

1 AM NewsScope 6

10 WJAR- NBC- Providence

6:20 Meditations

6:25 Farm and Market Report

6:55 Today In New England

7 AM Today (local news reports at 7:25/8:25)

9 AM David Frost Show

10 AM Dinah's Place

10:30 Concentration

11 AM Sale of the Century

11:30 Hollywood Squares

12 PM Jeopardy!

12:30 Who, What, When or Where Game

1 PM TV Talkback

1:30 Three on a Match

2 PM Days of Our Lives

2:30 Doctors

3 PM Another World

3:30 Bright Promise


4 PM Somerset

4:30 Timmy and Lassie

5 PM Wild Wild West

6 PM NewsWatch 10

7 PM NBC Nightly News

7:30 Sarge

8:30 Suffer Little Children

9:30 James Garner as Nichols

10:30 -?-

11 PM Newswatch 10

11:30 Tonight Show

1 AM Newswatch 10

12 WPRI- CBS- Providence

6:25 Face the News

6:55 Drugs A to Z

7 AM CBS News

8 AM Captain Kangaroo

9 AM Phil Donahue Show

10 AM Lucy Show

10:30 My Three Sons

11 AM Family Affair

11:30 Love of Life

12 PM On the Scene News

12:30 Search for Tomorrow


1 PM Dialing for Dollars

1:30 As The World Turns

2 PM Love is a Many Splendored Thing

2:30 Guiding Light

3 PM All About Faces

3:30 Edge of Night

4 PM Merv Griffin

5:30 Dragnet

6 PM On The Scene News

6:30 CBS News

7 PM What's My Line

7:30 Glen Campbell

8:30 Hawaii Five-O

9:30 Cannon

10:30 This is Your Lfe

11 PM On The Scene News

11:30 Cinema 12- The Wild and the Innocent (1959)

Boston

2 WGBH- PBS- Boston

8:30 Sign-on/21-inch Classroom

3:30 Maggie and the Beautiful Classroom

4 PM Sesame Street

5 PM Misterogers' Neighborhood

5:30 Electric Company


6 PM Zoom

6:30 Behind the Lines

7 PM News and Comment (Louis Lyons)

7:30 The Reporters (hosted by Michael Dukakis)

8 PM Making Things Grow

8:30 Advocates

9:30 Black Journal

10 PM Elliott Norton Reviews

10:30 How Do Your Children Grow

4 WBZ- NBC- Boston

6:15 Sign-on Seminar

6:45 Eyewitness News Daily Almanac

7 AM Today Show (local updates at 7:25 and 8:25)

9 AM For Women Today

10 AM Dinah's Place

10:30 Concentration

11 AM Sale of the Century

11:30 Hollywood Squares

12 PM Eyewitness News (anchored by Jack Chase, Shelby Scott and Don Kent)

12:30 Mike Douglas

2 PM Days of Our Lives

2:30 Doctors

3 PM Another World

3:30 Bright Promise


4 PM Somerset

4:30 David Frost

6 PM Eyewitness News (Tom Ellis)

7 PM NBC Nightly News

7:30 Sarge

8:30 Suffer Little Children

9:30 James Garner as Nichols

10:30- ?

11 PM Eyewitness News

11:30 Tonight Show

1 AM Eyewitness News

1:05 Boston Moivetime- Bahama Passage (1941)

5 WHDH- CBS- Boston (two months before the station shut down and become WCVB on March
19th)

6:30 New England Farmer

6:45 We Believe

7 AM CBS News

8 AM Captain Kangaroo

9 AM Romper Room

9:30 Classroom Five

10 AM Lucy Show

10:30 My Three Sons

11 AM Family Affair

11:30 Love of Life

12 PM WHDH-TV News at Noon


12:30 Search for Tomorrow

1 PM Truth or Consequences

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 U.S.M.C

4:30 To Tell the Truth

5 PM Perry Mason

6 PM WHDH-TV News at 6 (Jack Hynes, Bob Copeland and Don Gillis)

6:30 CBS News

7 PM What's My Line

7:30 Five Reports

8:30 Hawaii Five-O

9:30 Cannon

10:30 All in the Family

11 PM WHDH-TV News

11:30 Merv Griffin Show

1 AM Cheyenne

7 WNAC- ABC- Boston

6:20 Farm and Market Report

6:25 Understanding Our World

6:55 New England Today


7 AM Major Mudd Show

9 AM Paul Benzaquin

10 AM Morning Movie- The Magnificent Routhnecks (1956)

11:30 Virginia Graham

12:30 Password

1 PM New England Today

1:30 Let's Make A Deal

2 PM Newlywed Game

2:30 Dating Game

3 PM General Hospital

3:30 Mayberry

4 PM 4 O'clock Movie- Saturday's Hero (1951)

6 PM New England Tonight

6:30 ABC Evening News

7 PM Dick Van dyke

7:30 Mod Squad

8:30 Movie of the Week- Night Stalkers

10 PM Marcus Welby M.D

11 PM New England Tonight

11:30 Dick Cavett Show

5 WNEW- Ind.- New York

6:50 Call To Prayer

7 AM Mighty Heroes

7:30 Wonder Funnies


8 AM Huckleberry Hound

8:30 Hazel

9 AM Mothers in Law

9:30 To Tell The Truth

10 AM Flashing Phrase Flick I- Kiss the Boys Goodbye (1941)

11:30 Midday

1 PM Flashing Phrase Flick II- That Forsythe Woman (1949)

3 PM Porky Pig

3:30 Super Heroes

4 PM Mr. Ed

4:30 Lost In Space

5:30 Flintstones (x2)

6:30 Petticoat Junction

7 PM I Love Lucy

7:30 Hogan's Heroes

8 PM Truth or Consequences

8:30 David Frost Revue

10 PM 10 o'clock news

11 PM Alternatives

11:30 11:30 Movie- Love Story (1944)

Retro: Atlanta Sunday, January 11, 1987

A long-neglected answer to a request for an

Atlanta schedule from the late 1980s, this is

20 years ago today. From the Atlanta Constitution.


WSB Ch. 2 (ABC)

6 AM Sunday News Conference (rerun)

6:30 Helen Keller's Miracle Workers

7 AM D. James Kennedy

7:30 James Robison

8 AM Jimmy Swaggart

9 AM First Methodist Church

10 AM Oral Roberts

10:30 Inside America

11 AM Business World

11:30 Essence

12 N News

12:30 This Week With David Brinkley

1:30 Lifestyles Of The Rich And Famous

2:30 You Write The Songs

3 PM The New Gidget

3:30 Check It Out!

4 PM It's A Living

4:30 Mama's Family

5 PM Entertainment This Week

6 PM News

6:30 Sunday News Conference

7 PM Wonderful World Of Disney:


"Herbie Goes Bananas"

(Disney hadn't bought ABC yet.)

9 PM ABC Movie: "Uncommon Valor"

11 PM News

11:30 Sports Final

11:50 ABC News

12:05 You Write The Songs

12:35 Hollywood Closeup

1:05 True Confessions

1:35 Love Connection

2:05 Card Sharks

2:35 CNN Headline News (to 6)

WAGA Ch. 5 (CBS)

6:15 With This Ring

6:30 Ebenezer Baptist Church

7 AM Kenneth Copeland

8 AM Second Ponce De Leon Church

9 AM Sunday Morning

10:30 Robert Schuller

11:30 World Tomorrow

12 N NFL Today

12:30 NFC Championship: New York Giants vs.

Washington (Giants win, 17-0)


4 PM Movie: "The Eyes Of Laura Mars" (time

approximate)

6 PM News

7 PM 60 Minutes

8 PM Murder, She Wrote

9 PM CBS Movie: "Gone With The Wind" (Part 1)

11 PM News

11:30 Sports Unlimited

11:50 CBS News

12:05 Movie: "The Internecine Project"

2:05 CBS News Nightwatch (to 6)

WGTV Ch. 8 (PBS)

6:30 Sesame Street

7:30 Sesame Street

8:30 Sherlock Jones And Proctor Watson

9 AM Jeff's Collie (the early Lassie episodes,

with Tommy Rettig)

9:30 Newton's Apple

10 AM Austin City Limits

11 AM Wild America

11:30 Wild Wild World Of Animals

12 N Victory Garden

12:30 McLaughlin Group


1 PM Firing Line

2 PM The West Of The Imagination

3 PM The Pallisers

4 PM Odyssey

5 PM Adam Smith's Money World

5:30 Tony Brown's Journal

6 PM Wonderworks

7 PM Connections

8 PM Nature

9 PM Masterpiece Theatre: "Goodbye

Mr. Chips" (Part 2 of 3)

10 PM Mystery!

11 PM Butterflies

11:30 Agony

sign off 12 Midnight

WXIA Ch. 11 (NBC)

6 AM Movie: "Tonto Basin Outlaws"

7 AM Ed Young

7:30 Joy Of Gardening

8 AM In Touch

9 AM There's Hope

9:30 Wieuca Baptist Church

10:30 Camera 11
11 AM Roswell Street Baptist Church

12 N Meet The Press

12:30 Ebony/Jet Showcase

1 PM Movie: "Born Again"

3:30 NFL '87

4 PM AFC Championship: Denver vs. Cleveland

(Broncos win, 23-20 but lose to the Giants,

39-20 in Super Bowl XXI)

7 PM Our House (time approximate)

8 PM Valerie (a/k/a Valerie's Family)

8:30 Easy Street

9 PM NBC Movie: "Mercy Or Murder?"

11 PM News

11:30 Nightlife

12:30 Strictly Business

1 AM Camera 11

1:30 News

2 AM Movie: "Cairo"

4 AM Harry O

5 AM Laverne & Shirley

5:30 Morning Stretch

WTBS Ch. 17 (Ind.)

6 AM CNN Headline News


6:30 World Tomorrow

7 AM It Is Written

7:30 Tom & Jerry & Friends

9:35 Andy Griffith

10:05 Good News

10:35 Movie: "Airport"

1:30 Movie: "The Philadelphia Story"

3:55 Movie: "Little Women"

6:30 New Leave It To Beaver

7 PM World Championship Wrestling

8 PM National Geographic Explorer

10 PM Sports Page

10:30 Jerry Falwell

11:30 John Ankerberg

12 M Jimmy Swaggart

1 AM World Tomorrow

1:30 Larry Jones

2 AM Christian Children's Fund

2:30 Bob Newhart

3 AM The Lucy Show

3:30 Get Smart

4 AM Catholic Mass

4:30 It's Your Business

5 AM Beverly Hillbillies

5:30 Andy Griffith


WPBA Ch. 30 (PBS)

6 AM America: Second Century

6:30 American Government Survey

7 AM Sesame Street

8 AM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

8:30 Secret City

9 AM OWL/TV

9:30 3-2-1 Contact

10 AM Wonderworks

11 AM Perkins Family

11:30 Sherlock Jones And Proctor Watson

12 N Matinee At The Bijou

1:30 Tony Brown's Journal

2 PM Take 30

2:30 Latin Atlanta

3 PM Firing Line

4 PM European Journal

4:30 Wall Street Week

5 PM Agronsky & Company

5:30 Georgia Film & Video Showcase

6 PM Nature

7 PM Wonderworks

8 PM Nanny (not The Nanny)


9 PM Masterpiece Theatre (same as Ch. 8)

10 PM Movie: "Deep Waters"

11:30 Cinema Showcase

sign off 12 Midnight

WATL Ch. 36 (Ind. but I think it was carrying

Joan Rivers' late night show on Fox)

7 AM Top Cat

7:30 This Is The Life

8 AM Real Life & You

9 AM Rainbow Brite

9:30 Popples

10 AM Get Along Gang

10:30 Movie: "Tarzan's Peril"

12 N Movie: "Haunts Of The Very Rich"

1:30 Movie: "The Tenth Month"

4 PM Movie: "Torn Between Two Lovers"

6 PM Movie: "The Last Challenge"

8 PM Solid Gold

9 PM Movie: "Superdome"

11 PM Movie: "Trapped"

sign off after the movie

WGNX Ch. 46 (Ind.)


6 AM Journey To The Center Of The Earth

6:30 Return To The Planet Of The Apes

7 AM Jonny Quest

7:30 Infomercials

8 AM Funtastic World Of Hanna-Barbera

9:30 JEM

10 AM Movie: "Telefon"

12 N Movie: "Warlock" (a Western, not

about a male witch)

2:30 Movie: "Fiddler On The Roof"

6 PM Fame

7 PM Puttin' On The Hits

7:30 At The Movies

8 PM Star Trek

9 PM Movie: "Cloak And Dagger"

11 PM Tales From The Darkside

11:30 Movie: "Showdown"

1:30 Alfred Hitchcock Presents

sign off 2 AM

WVEU Ch. 69 (Ind.)

6 AM Public Service

7 AM Key Alert
7:30 Peachtree Presbyterian Church

8:30 Shalom

9 AM Earl Paulk

10 AM Catholic Mass

10:30 First Presbyterian Church

11 AM St. Luke's Episcopal Service

12 N Nouveau

12:30 World Of Photography

1 PM Fishing In Georgia

1:30 Bowling: Seagram's Cooler U.S.

Open (don't know if this is the

Pro Bowlers Tour on delay)

3 PM Look At Me Now

3:30 TBA

4 PM Telephone Auction

6 PM Peachtree Presbyterian Church

7 PM Larry Jones

7:30 Alley Pat's Place

8 PM Christ For The World

8:30 The King Is Coming

9 PM Barbara King (the 8:30 program refers

to Christ)

9:30 Real Life & You

10:30 Earl Paulk

11:30 David Paul


12 M Auction Millionaire

1 AM Movie: "Girl In The Woods"

sign off after the movie

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Cool, thanks. Could you post the weekday one too as well as anything else you can get.

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Re: Retro: Atlanta Sunday, January 11, 1987

Here is the weekday lineup for the week of January 12, 1987,

again from the Atlanta Constitution. Schedules run 6 AM-6 PM.

WSB Ch. 2 (ABC)

6 AM ABC News (at :00 and :30); News (:15 and :45)

7 AM Good Morning America


9 AM Oprah Winfrey (this is her first season, before 4 PM

became her standard airtime)

10 AM The Judge

10:30 Superior Court

11 AM Fame, Fortune And Romance

11:30 Hollywood Squares

12 N News

12:30 Ryan's Hope (aired on ABC at 12 Noon, Loving aired

on ABC at 12:30)

1 PM All My Children

2 PM One Life To Live

3 PM General Hospital

4 PM People's Court

4:30 Newlywed Game

5 PM M*A*S*H (2 episodes)

WAGA Ch. 5 (CBS)

6 AM PM Magazine (rerun)

6:30 Early News (don't know if local or CBS)

7 AM This Morning's Business

7:30 News

8 AM Hour Magazine

9 AM Donahue

10 AM Sally Jessy Raphael


10:30 Card Sharks

11 AM Price Is Right

12 N News

12:30 Young And The Restless

1:30 As The World Turns

2:30 Capitol

NOTE: On March 23, Bold And The Beautiful debuted

at 1:30, ATWT moved to 2 PM, and Capitol was off

the CBS schedule.

3 PM Guiding Light

4 PM Magnum, P.I.

5 PM Divorce Court

5:30 The Jeffersons

WGTV Ch. 8 (PBS)

6 AM GED

6:30 Sunrise

6:45 A.M. Weather

7 AM Sesame Street

8 AM Captain Kangaroo

8:30 Polka Dot Door

9 AM Instructional TV

3 PM Various (I'm getting this from the Sunday paper)


4 PM Sesame Street

5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

5:30 Jeff's Collie

WXIA Ch. 11 (NBC)

6 AM NBC News At Sunrise

6:30 Today With Hal And Steve

7 AM Today

9 AM Wordplay

9:30 Sale Of The Century

10 AM Dating Game

10:30 Blockbusters

11 AM Wheel Of Fortune

11:30 Ask Dr. Ruth

12 N Noonday

1 PM Days Of Our Lives

2 PM Another World

3 PM Santa Barbara

4 PM Dallas

5 PM Jeopardy!

5:30 News

WTBS Ch. 17 (Ind.)


6 AM CNN Headline News

6:30 Tom & Jerry & Friends

8:05 I Dream Of Jeannie

8:35 Bewitched

9:05 Down To Earth

9:35 I Love Lucy

10:05 Movie

12:05 Perry Mason

1:05 Movie

3:05 Tom & Jerry & Friends

4:05 Scooby Doo

4:35 Flintstones

5:05 Gilligan's Island

5:35 Rocky Road

WPBA Ch. 30 (PBS)

6 AM Body Electric

6:30 Various

7:30 Yoga

7:45 A.M. Weather

8 AM Farm

8:30 Instructional TV

11:30 Sesame Street

12:30 Instructional TV
3 PM Secret City

3:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

4 PM Captain Kangaroo

4:30 Sesame Street

5:30 3-2-1 Contact

WATL Ch. 36 (Ind.)

6 AM Centurions

6:30 Bugs Bunny

7 AM Defenders (some sort of animated show)

7:30 Bugs Bunny

8 AM My Little Pony

8:30 Zoobilee Zoo

9 AM Jim & Tammy

10 AM Richard Roberts

11 AM 700 Club

12 N McCloud (Mon)/McMillan & Wife (Tue-Fri)

2 PM My Favorite Martian

2:30 Abbott And Costello

3 PM Defenders

3:30 Silverhawks

4 PM Rambo

4:30 Dennis The Menace (animated)

5 PM Bugs Bunny
WGNX Ch. 46 (Ind.)

6 AM Jimmy Swaggart

6:30 Pink Panther

7 AM Transformers

7:30 MASK

8 AM Heathcliff

8:30 Tom & Jerry

9 AM Alias Smith And Jones

10 AM Falcon Crest

11 AM Big Valley

12 N Rawhide

1 PM The Rifleman

1:30 Partridge Family

2 PM Tom & Jerry

2:30 Jetsons

3 PM Ghostbusters

3:30 Smurfs

4 PM He-Man And The Masters Of The

Universe

4:30 She-Ra

5 PM G.I. Joe

5:30 Thundercats
WVEU Ch. 69 (Ind.)

6 AM Hilarious House Of Frightenstein

6:30 Kidsworld

7 AM CBS Morning Program (that's what it

was called--The Morning Program)

9 AM Success-N-Life

10 AM 90 & 9 Club

11 AM Life Line

11:30 Community

12 N Telephone Shopping

3 PM Man In A Suitcase

4 PM Movie

5:30 Ozzie And Harriet

I'll post some more as time allows me to get them.

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Re: Retro: Atlanta Sunday, January 11, 1987


I noticed that the Atlanta stations seemed to put off the Sunday morning shows till noon, and
WAGA didn't even air Face The Nation.

I remember that Broncos game, I think it was the playoff that was pounded by snow if I
remember correctly. They went to the Super Bowl three times in the late 80s, losing badly each
time. After the horrific third game against the 49ers, they had enough. It was as bad as Buffalo
loosing FOUR straight Super Bowl games in a row. But it seems after the Broncos won Super
Bowl XXXII, their fortunes have changed, well actually the AFC's fortune changed!

As for the indys, all I have to say is that the 80s and early 90s was the golden era for independent
stations, who were airing classic reruns as well as some great syndicated fare.

Oh wow, while I was typing bpatrick added more! Looks liked except for Loving, the daytime
schedule remained in tact. It was a HUGE mistake for ABC to bump Ryan's Hope in favor of
Loving. RH was a well-established show was still doing okay against Young and the Restless and a
fading Search For Tomorroe in the 12:30 slot, Loving was a terrible show that never stood a
chance.

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Re: Retro: Atlanta Sunday, January 11, 1987

I think at the time Meet The Press aired on NBC at noon;


I don't think it moved to 9 AM until it went to an hour in

the early '90s. Face The Nation does air on WGCL, but

WAGA had bumped it long before. Also, keep in mind

that WSB had aired Meet The Press at 12:30 when it

was an NBC affiliate and probably wanted to keep a

news interview program where people were accustomed

to it; This Week is on at 11 AM nowadays, however.

I totally agree about Ryan's Hope; in its heyday it was

(IMO) the best-written, possibly the best-acted of all

the soaps. ABC should have kept it at 12:30; Loving

never did do much in the ratings, and moving RH to 12,

with a loss of East Coast affiliates to local news, helped

kill that show.

Not all daytime shows aired in pattern; Channel 2 pre-empted

11:30 AM (don't even remember what was on ABC) as well

as Loving; Channel 5 pre-empted $25,000 Pyramid (10 AM);

Channel 11 delayed Wordplay (12:30 on NBC) and Sale Of

The Century (10 AM), and didn't carry Super Password at 12.

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Re: Retro: Atlanta Sunday, January 11, 1987

bpatrick, if WATL was carrying Joan Rivers by this time, they were a FOX affiliate.

Classic Television must always be preserved!

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Re: Retro: Atlanta Sunday, January 11, 1987

True, and I debated whether to put Ind. or Fox

in parentheses by Ch. 36' s heading. IIRC, TV

Guide didn't start using (Fox) to indicate those

affiliates until the spring of 1987, when Fox

introduced a Sunday-night lineup built around

21 Jump Street and Married...With Children.

Also, the Journal-Constitution was still listing

36 as independent in January 1987. But you are


correct, classictvfan.

BTW, as an addendum to my comments about

what daytime programs aired out of pattern or

not at all, Scrabble (NBC, 11:30 AM) wasn't

carried on Channel 11. I don't recall what was

on ABC at that time; Hollywood Squares on

Channel 2 was the John Davidson version, syndicated.

Channel 2 ran Squares at that time because it had

run the Peter Marshall NBC version there from 1966-76

with great success.

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Re: Retro: Atlanta Sunday, January 11, 1987

I thought that channel 69 was airing $25,000 Pyramid from CBS in the afternoon around this
time, I read on another site they were airining it around taht time and Card Sharks later in its
run.

Retro: Atlanta Friday, January 15, 1988

By request, from the Atlanta Journal-Constitution:

WSB Ch. 2 (ABC)

6 AM ABC World News This Morning (:00 and :30)/


Action News This Morning (:15 and :45)

7 AM Good Morning America

9 AM Geraldo

10 AM The Judge

10:30 Superior Court

11 AM Newlywed Game

11:30 Hollywood Squares

12 N News

12:30 Ryan's Hope (Ch. 2 wouldn't pick up

Loving until January 16, 1989, following

the cancellation of Ryan's Hope)

1 PM All My Children

2 PM One Life To Live

3 PM General Hospital

4 PM Oprah Winfrey

5 PM People's Court

5:30 M*A*S*H

6 PM News

7 PM ABC News

7:30 Entertainment Tonight

8 PM Full House

8:30 Mr. Belvedere

9 PM The Thorns (premiere of a short-

lived sitcom about a family living

above its means)


9:30 Sledge Hammer!

10 PM 20/20

11 PM News

11:30 Benson

12 M Nightline

12:30 Love Connection

1 AM High Rollers

1:30 $100,000 Pyramid

2 AM Health & Tennis

2:30 CNN Headline News

5:30 Pontron I

WAGA Ch. 5 (CBS)

6 AM CBS Morning News

6:30 News

7 AM CBS Morning Show (whatever

they were calling it then)

9 AM Donahue

10 AM Sally Jessy Raphael

10:30 Card Sharks

11 AM Price Is Right

12 N News

12:30 Young And The Restless

1:30 Bold And The Beautiful


2 PM As The World Turns

3 PM Guiding Light

4 PM Divorce Court

4:30 The Jeffersons

5 PM Magnum, P.I.

6 PM News

7 PM CBS News

7:30 Win, Lose Or Draw

8 PM Beauty And The Beast

9 PM Dallas

10 PM Falcon Crest

11 PM News

11:30 Taxi

12 M Delvecchio

1 AM Fantasy Island

sign off 2 AM

WGTV Ch. 8 (PBS)

6 AM GED On TV

6:30 Georgia Sunrise

6:45 A.M. Weather

7 AM Sesame Street

8 AM Captain Kangaroo

8:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood


9 AM Instructional TV

2:30 Square One TV

3 PM A Taste Of Adventure

3:30 Madeleine Cooks

4 PM Sesame Street

5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

5:30 Wild Side

6 PM MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour

7 PM Lawmakers 1988

8 PM Washington Week In Review

8:30 Wall Street Week

9 PM Tax Questions & Answers

11 PM Nightly Business Report

11:30 Monty Python's Flying Circus

sign off 12 Midnight

WXIA Ch. 11 (NBC)

6 AM NBC News At Sunrise

6:30 11 Alive Today

7 AM Today

9 AM Jeopardy!

9:30 Win, Lose Or Draw

10 AM Wil Shriner

11 AM Wheel Of Fortune
no listing is given for 11:30 AM

12 N Noonday

1 PM Days Of Our Lives

2 PM Another World

3 PM Santa Barbara

4 PM Knots Landing

5 PM Jeopardy!

5:30 News

6 PM News

7 PM NBC News

7:30 Wheel Of Fortune

8 PM Rags To Riches

9 PM Miami Vice

10 PM Miami Vice

11 PM News

11:30 Tonight Show

12:30 Late Night With David

Letterman

1:30 Dating Game

2 AM Friday Night Videos

3 AM Movie: "Hawaiian Heat"

5 AM Movie: "Days Of Old Cheyenne"

WTBS Ch. 17 (Ind.)


6 AM CNN Headline News

6:30 Tom & Jerry's Funhouse

8:05 Beverly Hillbillies

8:35 Bewitched

9:05 Little House On The Prairie

10:05 Perry Mason: America's Lawyer

1:20 Movie: "Dragnet" (don't know if

from the '50s or '60s)

3:05 Tom & Jerry's Funhouse

3:35 Flintstones

4:05 Flintstones

4:35 Brady Bunch

5:05 Munsters

5:35 Laverne & Shirley

6:05 Alice

6:35 Carol Burnett & Friends

7:05 Andy Griffith

7:35 Sanford & Son

8:05 Movie: "Dracula Has Risen

From The Grave"

10:05 NBA Basketball: Utah Jazz

at Seattle SuperSonics

12:20 Night Tracks: Power Play

(time approximate)

1:20 Night Tracks (all night)


WPBA Ch. 30 (PBS)

6 AM Body Electric

6:30 Understanding Human Behavior

7 AM Family Portrait

7:30 To Life!

7:45 A.M. Weather

8 AM Square One TV

8:30 Instructional TV

11:30 Sesame Street

12:30 Instructional TV

3 PM 3-2-1 Contact

3:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

4 PM Captain Kangaroo

4:30 Sesame Street

5:30 Square One TV

6 PM Business Perspectives

6:30 NatureScene

7 PM MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour

8 PM Washington Week In Review

8:30 Wall Street Week

9 PM Nature

10 PM Masterpiece Theatre: "Sorrell

And Son" (Part 5 of 5)


11 PM Austin City Limits

12 M MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour

sign off 1 AM

WATL Ch. 36 (Fox)

6 AM Success-N-Life

7 AM Bugs Bunny

7:30 Woody Woodpecker

8 AM My Little Pony

8:30 Zoobilee Zoo

9 AM PTL Club

10 AM Richard Roberts

11 AM 700 Club

12 N One Step Beyond

12:30 One Step Beyond

1 PM Cannon

3 PM Dennis The Menace (animated)

3:30 Bugs Bunny

4 PM Woody Woodpecker

4:30 Ducktales

5 PM Wonderful World Of Disney

6 PM Silver Spoons

6:30 Gimme A Break!

7 PM Family Ties
7:30 Cheers

8 PM The Making Of A Holiday (the

origins of Martin Luther King Day)

9 PM Movie: "Goin' South"

11 PM Cheers

11:30 The Wilton North Report

12:30 Late Night Wrestling Party

sign off after wrestling

WGNX Ch. 46 (Ind.)

6 AM Jimmy Swaggart

6:30 Bionic Six

7 AM G.I. Joe

7:30 Transformers

8 AM She-Ra

8:30 Partridge Family

9 AM Wonder Woman

10 AM Movie: "The Three Faces

Of Eve"

12 N Movie: "Mister Moses"

2 PM Heathcliff

2:30 Tom & Jerry

3 PM Ghostbusters

3:30 Smurfs
4 PM Jetsons

4:30 Real Ghostbusters

5 PM JEM

5:30 Bravestarr

6 PM Too Close For Comfort

6:30 What's Happening!!

7 PM Diff'rent Strokes

7:30 Three's Company

8 PM Police Woman

9 PM Movie: "Losin' It"

11 PM WKRP In Cincinnati

11:30 Barney Miller

12 M Soul Train

1 AM USA Tonight

1:30 At The Movies

2 AM Movie: "The Island Of

Living Horror"

4 AM Thriller

5 AM Cartoons

5:30 Muppet Show

WVEU Ch. 69 (Ind.)

6 AM Ag-USA

6:30 Crook & Chase


7 AM Record Guide

7:30 Ozzie & Harriet

8 AM Death Valley Days

8:30 The Protectors

9 AM Success-N-Life

10 AM 90 & 9 Club

11 AM Who's The Boss? (pre-empted

on Ch. 2)

11:30 Mr. Belvedere (pre-empted on

Ch. 2)

12 N Hour Magazine

1 PM Slim Cooking

1:30 Crook & Chase

2 PM Movie: "Slaves"

4 PM Blackout (pre-empted on Ch. 5

at 10 AM)

4:30 Matchmaker (Dave Hull)

5 PM Dinosaucers

5:30 Saber Rider

6 PM Beverly Hills Teens

6:30 Spider-Man

7 PM Gorgeous Ladies Of Wrestling

8 PM Six Million Dollar Man

9 PM Movie: "Daredevils Of Kung Fu"

10:30 Hit Squad


11 PM Beau Bock Sports News

11:30 Top Of The Pops (pre-empted on

Ch. 5)

12:30 Night Stalker (pre-empted on Ch. 5)

1:30 Jazz Beat

2 AM Record Guide

2:30 Movie: "The Bushwackers"

3:30 Movie: "Thunder Riders Of The Golden

West"

5 AM Trailblazers

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Re: Retro: Atlanta Friday, January 15, 1988

Well I see not much changed between Jan 87 and Jan 88, although I do see Atlanta's big three
giving more time to morning newscasts, they started taking off in the late 80s and early 90s.

11 AM Who's The Boss? (pre-empted

on Ch. 2)

6 PM Silver Spoons

7 PM Family Ties
Looks like WATL was airing the worst of 80s sitcoms in reruns...and WVEU was stuck with the
king of bad 80s sitcoms...

6:30 Crook & Chase

This one surprises me. I knew they had their TV show together on the old TNN network and it
aired in syndication in some areas, but I had no idea it was that old. I thought it came about in
the mid-90s.

Retro: Atlanta/Birmingham Sunday, January 15, 1967

Red-letter day: Super Bowl I (Green Bay 35, Kansas

City 10). Note that this is the only time the game ever

aired on two networks, and that the game was played

in the late afternoon (1 PM PST, because IIRC the game

was played in the Rose Bowl).

Atlanta schedules are listed Eastern time (8 AM-1 AM)

and are from the Atlanta Constitution. Birmingham

schedules are listed Central time, sign on-sign off, and

are from the Birmingham News.

ATLANTA

WSB Ch. 2 (NBC)

8 AM Gospel Jubilee

8:30 Cartoon Cavalcade

11 AM Second Ponce de Leon


Baptist Church

12 N Championship Bowling

12:30 Meet The Press (one-hour edition

with several newly-elected senators)

1:30 Movie: "Men In War"

3:30 Super Bowl

7:30 Walt Disney's Wonderful World

Of Color (time approximate)

8:30 Hey Landlord

9 PM Bonanza

10 PM Andy Williams Show

11 PM News

11:30 Sunday Tonight Show

WAGA Ch. 5 (CBS)

8 AM Willis Family (gospel music)

8:30 The LeFevres (more gospel music)

9 AM Insight

9:30 Faith For Today

10 AM Herald Of Truth

10:30 This Is The Life

11 AM First Baptist Church

12 N Camera Three

12:30 Face The Nation


1 PM CBS Golf Classic

2 PM CBS Sports Spectacular

3:30 Super Bowl

7:30 Lassie (time approximate, normally

airs at 7 but pre-empts It's About Time

this week)

8 PM Ed Sullivan Show (Alan King and the

Rolling Stones are among the guests)

9 PM Carol Plus Two (Carol Burnett special with

guests Lucille Ball and Zero Mostel)

10 PM Candid Camera

10:30 Let's Discuss It (pre-empts the fading

network version of What's My Line?)

11 PM News

11:15 CBS News--Harry Reasoner

11:30 Divorce Court (3 episodes, to 1)

WAII (WXIA) Ch. 11 (ABC)

8 AM Church Of The Week

9 AM Revival Fires

9:30 Beany And Cecil

10 AM Linus The Lionhearted

10:30 Peter Potamus

11 AM Bullwinkle
11:30 Discovery

12 N ABC Scope

12:30 House Detective

1:30 Analysis

2 PM NBA Basketball: 76ers at

Celtics

4 PM Movie: "A Midsummer Night's

Dream" narrated by Richard

Burton (time approximate)

5:30 Fun And Games

6 PM The Beatles At Shea Stadium

7 PM Voyage To The Bottom Of The Sea

8 PM The FBI

9 PM ABC Movie: "The V.I.P.s" (w/Burton

and Elizabeth Taylor)

11 PM News (don't know if local or ABC)

11:15 Arrest And Trial (1963 forerunner of

Law & Order)

sign off 12:45 AM

BIRMINGHAM

WBRC Ch. 6 (ABC, some CBS)

4:30 Industry On Parade


4:45 Americans At Work

5:30 Across The Fence

6 AM This Is The Life

6:30 The Answer

7 AM Gospel Singing Jubilee

8 AM Wally Fowler (gospel music)

9 AM Sunday Show

10 AM Bullwinkle

10:30 Discovery

11 AM Light Unto My Path

11:30 ABC Scope

12 N Directions

12:30 Issues And Answers

1 PM NBA Basketball: 76ers at

Celtics

3 PM Super Bowl (CBS coverage,

with Ray Scott, Jack Whitaker,

Frank Gifford, and Pat Summerall,

time approximate, joined in progress)

6:30 Tombstone Territory (time approximate)

7 PM The FBI

8 PM ABC Movie: "The V.I.P.s"

10:15 Burke's Law

11:15 ABC Weekend News

11:30 Movie: "The Creeping Unknown"


1 AM News

WAPI (WVTM) Ch. 13 (CBS/NBC)

6 AM Big Picture

6:30 Faith For Today

7 AM Choirs Of All Churches

7:30 Popeye And Cousin Cliff (Holman)

8 AM Oral Roberts

8:30 Underdog

9 AM Frankenstein Jr. And The Impossibles

9:30 Space Ghost

10 AM New Adventures Of Superman

10:30 Mighty Mouse And The Mighty

Heroes

11 AM Road Runner

11:30 Wild Kingdom

12 N Wonderful World Of Golf (Tony Lema,

shortly before his death, against

Peter Alliss)

1 PM CBS Sports Spectacular

2:30 Super Bowl (NBC coverage, with

Curt Gowdy and Paul Christman)

6:30 Walt Disney's Wonderful World

Of Color (time approximate)


7:30 Gomer Pyle, USMC

8 PM Bonanza

9 PM Andy Williams Show

10 PM Wild Wild West

11 PM Movie: "The Little Minister"

sign off 1 AM

WBMG (WIAT) Ch. 42 (CBS/NBC)

11:05 Moments Of Meditation

11:10 Community Leader Salute

11:15 Living Word

11:30 Meet The Press

12:30 Encounter

1 PM Singing Time In Dixie

2 PM The LeFevres

2:30 Movie: "Battle Beyond The Sea"

4 PM Movie: "Twist All Night"

5:30 Upbeat

6:30 March Of Dimes

7 PM Ed Sullivan Show

8 PM Outer Limits

9 PM Candid Camera

9:30 What's My Line?

10 PM CBS News
10:15 Catholicism Explained

10:30 Alabama Speaks

11 PM Community Leader Salute

11:05 Moments Of Meditation

sign off 11:10 PM

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Re: Retro: Atlanta/Birmingham Sunday, January 15, 1967

Quote Originally Posted by bpatrick

Red-letter day: Super Bowl I (Green Bay 35, Kansas

City 10). Note that this is the only time the game ever

aired on two networks, and that the game was played

in the late afternoon (1 PM PST, because IIRC the game

was played in the Rose Bowl).

Right area, Mr. Patrick, but wrong stadium...it was played at the Los Angeles Coliseum. A side
note BTW, HBO is running a special about how Super Bowl I came about, really good
presentation. I don't know what times it's airing on the main network, but HBO's Video-On-
Demand service has it available right now.

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Re: Retro: Atlanta/Birmingham Sunday, January 15, 1967

You're right, it was the L.A. Coliseum. Also,

the game was blacked out in Los Angeles;

oddly, it was not a sellout.

To save myself an additional post, I might

mention something about two shows on CBS

that night. IIRC (and I'm taking a chance here),

this was the night the Rolling Stones were forced

by the CBS censor to say "Let's spend some time

together" instead of "Let's spend the night together"

on their Sullivan appearance (the Doors, later that year,

defied the censor and sang "girl we couldn't get much

higher" when they did "Light My Fire"). At least Mick

Jagger and company had the good sense not to buck

Sullivan or CBS; Jim Morrison and company never got

invited back.
Recently I saw a clip of the "Carol Plus Two" special;

something about it looked like "The Carol Burnett Show"

without her regular cast. Wonder if there was any

connection; i.e., was the special some sort of pilot

since her series began that fall?

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WAII Channel 12(ABC)

6:00 PM The Beatles At Shea Stadium

This would be the 1965 concert from Shea Stadium and this special would be quite ironic since
The Beatles' last concert in the United States would occur at Candlestick Park in San Francisco in
August 1966. I didn't even know that The Beatles ever made any specials like this especially
showing this special just a few months after The Beatles had stopped touring the United States.

Retro: Carolina/Tennessee Tuesday, January 16, 1973 (Part 1)

From TV Guide, Carolina-Tennessee edition.

Tennessee stations are in Part 1, Carolina

stations are in Part 2 on a separate post.


KNOXVILLE

WSJK Ch. 2 (PBS)

Classroom programs air during the day,

but doesn't say when they start.

4 PM Sesame Street

5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

5:30 Electric Company

6 PM Mathematics

7 PM Saving Game (no, it's not a

game show, but advice on

building a home)

7:30 To Your Health

8 PM Book Beat

8:30 Bill Moyers' Journal

9 PM Behind The Lines

9:30 Black Journal

10 PM Southern Perspective

11 PM Speaking Freely

sign off after this

WATE Ch. 6 (NBC)


6 AM Gospel Favorites

7 AM Today

9 AM Ladies' Day

9:30 Who, What Or Where

9:55 News

10 AM Dinah's Place

10:30 Concentration

11 AM Sale Of The Century

11:30 Hollywood Squares

12 N Jeopardy!

12:30 What's My Line?

1 PM Somerset

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 I Dream Of Jeannie

4:30 Gomer Pyle, USMC

5 PM Bonanza

6 PM News

6:30 NBC News

7 PM Dragnet

7:30 Young Dr. Kildare


8 PM Bonanza (last show of the

series)

9 PM Hernandez (busted pilot)

10 PM NBC Reports: "The Forbidden

City" (in Beijing)

11 PM News

11:30 Tonight Show

sign off 1 AM

WBIR Ch. 10 (CBS)

6 AM Farm And Home

7 AM CBS News--John Hart

8 AM Captain Kangaroo

9 AM Vin Scully (premiere, delay from

Monday 4 PM)

9:30 Carol Utley (local women's show)

10 AM Joker's Wild

10:30 Price Is Right

11 AM Gambit

11:30 Love Of Life

12 N Where The Heart Is

12:25 CBS News--Douglas Edwards

12:30 Search For Tomorrow

1 PM To Tell The Truth


1:30 As The World Turns

2 PM Guiding Light

2:30 Edge Of Night

3 PM Love Is A Many Splendored

Thing

3:30 Secret Storm

4 PM Munsters

4:30 Movie: "Cattle Drive"

6 PM News

6:30 CBS News

7 PM Truth Or Consequences

7:30 Perry Mason

8:30 Hawaii Five-O

9:30 CBS Movie: "The Voyage Of

The Yes"

11 PM News

11:30 CBS Movie: "For Singles Only"

WTVK Ch. 26 (ABC)

6:30 Dennis The Menace (Jay North)

7 AM Good Morning

8:30 Jack LaLanne

9 AM Romper Room

10 AM New Zoo Revue


10:30 Galloping Gourmet

11 AM Not For Women Only

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 Flintstones

5 PM Gilligan's Island

5:30 Farmer's Daughter

6 PM ABC News

6:30 Green Acres

7 PM Get Smart

7:30 Mancini Generation

8 PM Temperatures Rising

8:30 ABC Movie: "The Night

Strangler" (pilot for

Kolchak: The Night Stalker)

10 PM Marcus Welby, M.D.

11 PM Alfred Hitchcock Presents


11:30 Wide World Of Entertainment:

"Frankenstein" (Part 1)

sign off 1 AM

BRISTOL/KINGSPORT/JOHNSON CITY

WCYB Ch. 5 (NBC)

6:50 Town And Country

7 AM Today

9 AM Open House

9:30 Romper Room

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--Floyd Kalber

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 Petticoat Junction

5 PM Bonanza

6 PM News

6:30 NBC News

7 PM Nanny And The Professor

7:30 Felony Squad

8 PM Bonanza

9 PM Hernandez

10 PM NBC Reports

11 PM News

11:30 Tonight Show

sign off 1 AM

WJHL Ch. 11 (CBS)

6:25 Farm Report

6:30 Garner Ted Armstrong

7 AM CBS News

8 AM Captain Kangaroo

9 AM For Your Information

9:30 Not For Women Only

10 AM Joker's Wild

10:30 Price Is Right

11 AM Gambit
11:30 Love Of Life

12 N Where The Heart Is

12:25 CBS News

12:30 Search For Tomorrow

1 PM Kathryn Willis (local women's show)

1:30 As The World Turns

2 PM Guiding Light

2:30 Edge Of Night

3 PM Love Is A Many Splendored

Thing

3:30 Secret Storm

4 PM Vin Scully

4:30 High Chaparral

5:30 Gilligan's Island

6 PM News

6:30 CBS News

7 PM Truth Or Consequences

7:30 To Tell The Truth

8 PM Maude

8:30 Hawaii Five-O

9:30 CBS Movie: "The Voyage Of

The Yes"

11 PM News

11:30 CBS Movie: "For Singles Only"


WKPT Ch. 19 (ABC)

9:25 News

9:30 New Zoo Revue

10 AM Jack LaLanne

10:30 Trails West

11 AM Truth For Today

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: "Flesh And Fantasy"

6:25 News

6:30 ABC News

7 PM Perry Mason

8 PM Temperatures Rising

8:30 ABC Movie: "The Night Strangler"

10 PM Marcus Welby, M.D.

11 PM News
11:30 Wide World Of Entertainment:

"Frankenstein" (Part 1)

sign off 1 AM

WSVN (WSBN) Ch. 47 (PBS) Norton, VA

Classroom programs throughout the day.

Starting time not given.

4 PM Sesame Street

5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

5:30 Electric Company

6 PM Sesame Street

7 PM Golden Years

7:30 Crafty Creations

8 PM Macrame

8:30 Bill Moyers' Journal

9 PM Behind The Lines

9:30 Black Journal

10 PM Nightline (local--the ABC

series was about seven

years away)

sign off after this

Part 2 follows.
Retro: Carolina/Tennessee Tuesday, January 16, 1973 (Part 2)

Carolina stations from TV Guide, Carolina-Tennessee

edition.

CHARLOTTE

WBTV Ch. 3 (CBS)

6:45 Almanac

7 AM CBS News--John Hart

7:30 Morning Scene

8 AM Captain Kangaroo

9 AM Merv Griffin

10 AM Joker's Wild

10:30 Price Is Right

11 AM Gambit

11:30 Love Of Life

12 N Scene At Noon

12:30 Search For Tomorrow

1 PM Betty Feezor

1:30 As The World Turns

2 PM Guiding Light

2:30 Edge Of Night

3 PM Love Is A Many Splendored


Thing

3:30 Secret Storm

4 PM Truth Or Consequences

4:30 Bonanza

5:30 I Dream Of Jeannie

6 PM News

7 PM CBS News

7:30 Price Is Right

8 PM Maude

8:30 Hawaii Five-O

9:30 CBS Movie: "The Voyage Of

The Yes"

11 PM News

11:30 CBS Movie: "For Singles Only"

WSOC Ch. 9 (NBC)

6:15 Garner Ted Armstrong

6:45 On The House

7 AM Today

9 AM Mike Douglas

10:20 Lucille Rivers (sewing)

10:30 Concentration

11 AM Sale Of The Century

11:30 Hollywood Squares


12 N News

12:30 Who, What Or Where

12:55 NBC News--Floyd Kalber

1 PM Jeopardy!

1:30 Three On A Match

2 PM Days Of Our Lives

2:30 The Doctors

3 PM Another World

3:30 Flintstones

4 PM Gilligan's Island

4:30 Beverly Hillbillies

5 PM Dick Van dyke

5:30 Andy Griffith

6 PM News

6:30 NBC News

7 PM To Tell The Truth

7:30 Let's Make A Deal

8 PM Movie: "Back Street"

10 PM NBC Reports: "The Forbidden

City" (in Beijing)

11 PM News

11:30 Tonight Show

sign off 1 AM

WHKY Ch. 14 (Ind.) Hickory, NC


4:30 Dick's Rascals

5:30 Trails West

6 PM News

6:30 Death Valley Days

7 PM Adventure Time

7:30 Dudley Watson (music)

8:30 Shower Of Blessings

9 PM TV Hour Of Stars

10 PM News

10:25 Devotions

10:30 Movie: "Mexicali Rose"

11:30 Movie: TBA

WUNE Ch. 17 (PBS) Linville, NC

Classroom programs throughout the day.

No starting time given.

4 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

4:30 Sesame Street

5:30 Electric Company

6 PM News

6:30 Drama (instruction)

7 PM School Food Service


7:30 Exceptional Children

8 PM North Carolina News Conference

8:30 Bill Moyers' Journal

9 PM Behind The Lines

9:30 Black Journal

10 PM Southern Perspective

sign off after this

WCCB Ch. 18 (ABC)

7:55 Let's Think It Over

8 AM Cartoons

8:30 New Zoo Revue

9 AM Romper Room

9:30 Fran Carlton (exercises)

10 AM Dinah's Place (pre-empted

on Ch. 9)

10:30 Not For Women Only

11 AM News

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 Virginian

5:30 Love, American Style

6 PM ABC News

6:30 News

7 PM Safari To Adventure

7:30 Wacky World Of Jonathan

Winters

8 PM Temperatures Rising

8:30 ABC Movie: "The Night Strangler"

(pilot for Kolchak: The Night Stalker)

10 PM Marcus Welby, M.D.

11 PM News

11:30 Wide World Of Entertainment:

"Frankenstein" (Part 1)

1 AM Let's Think It Over

sign off 1:05 AM

WRET (WCNC) Ch. 36 (Ind.)

11:30 Right On!

12 N 700 Club

2 PM Jim And Tammy


3 PM Popeye And Pals

3:30 Rifleman

4 PM Movie: "Jack Slade"

6 PM Rifleman

6:30 Big Valley

7:30 Movie: "The Naughty Nineties"

9 PM Movie: "Colorado Territory"

11 PM One Step Beyond

11:30 Movie: "Mix Me A Person"

sign off 1:30 AM

GREENVILLE/SPARTANBURG/ASHEVILLE

WFBC (WYFF) Ch. 4 (NBC)

6:25 Story Of Jesus

6:30 Living Word

6:45 Uncle Hank

7 AM Today

9 AM Scene Today

9:30 Romper Room

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

1:15 Forum

1:20 Lucille Rivers

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 Munsters

4:30 Bonanza

5:30 Dragnet

6 PM News

6:30 NBC News

7 PM What's My Line?

7:30 Arthur Smith

8 PM Bonanza (last show of the

series)

9 PM Hernandez (busted pilot)

10 PM NBC Reports

11 PM News

11:30 Tonight Show

sign off 1 AM
WSPA Ch. 7 (CBS)

6:25 Agriculture

6:55 Meditation

7 AM CBS News

8 AM Captain Kangaroo

9 AM Phil Donahue

9:30 Nancy Welch

10 AM Joker's Wild

10:30 Price Is Right

11 AM Gambit

11:30 Love Of Life

12 N Where The Heart Is

12:25 News (local)

12:30 Search For Tomorrow

1 PM Hazel

1:30 As The World Turns

2 PM Guiding Light

2:30 Edge Of Night

3 PM Love Is A Many Splendored

Thing

3:30 Secret Storm

4 PM Gilligan's Island

4:30 Merv Griffin


5:30 I Dream Of Jeannie

6 PM News

6:30 CBS News

7 PM Amazing World Of Kreskin

7:30 I've Got A Secret

8 PM Maude

8:30 Hawaii Five-O

9:30 CBS Movie: "The Voyage Of

The Yes"

11 PM News

11:30 CBS Movie: "For Singles Only"

WLOS Ch. 13 (ABC)

6:25 Faulkner Literature

6:55 News For Farmers

7 AM Mr. Bill's Workshop

8:30 Sesame Street

9:30 Movie: "The Queen Of Babylon"

11 AM Gertrude Ramsey (local women's show)

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 Movie: "A Connecticut Yankee

In King Arthur's Court"

5:30 News

6 PM ABC News

6:30 Andy Griffith

7 PM Truth Or Consequences

7:30 To Tell The Truth

8 PM Temperatures Rising

8:30 ABC Movie: "The Night Strangler"

10 PM Marcus Welby, M.D.

11 PM News

11:30 Wide World Of Entertainment:

"Frankenstein" (Part 1)

sign off 1 AM

WNTV Ch. 29 (PBS) Greenville, SC

Classroom programs throughout the day.

Starting time not given.

5 PM Sesame Street

6 PM Wheee!
6:30 Electric Company

7 PM Job Man Caravan

7:30 Adult Education In Action

7:45 Getting The Word

8 PM Read Your Way Up

8:30 Bill Moyers' Journal

9 PM Behind The Lines

9:30 Nine30

10 PM Southern Perspective

sign off after this

WUNF Ch. 33 (PBS) Asheville, NC

same schedule as WUNE

WAIM (WMYA) Ch. 40 (ABC/CBS)

Anderson, SC

8 AM Captain Kangaroo

9 AM Vin Scully (premiere, delay

from Monday 4 PM)

9:30 Bible Answers

10 AM Joker's Wild

10:30 Price Is Right

11 AM Gambit

11:30 Love Of Life


12 N Where The Heart Is

12:25 News (local, may be WSPA's)

12:30 Search For Tomorrow

1 PM All My Children

1:30 As The World Turns

2 PM Guiding Light

2:30 Edge Of Night

3 PM Love Is A Many Splendored

Thing

3:30 Secret Storm

4 PM Ladies' Day

4:30 Panorama

5 PM Compass

5:30 Bible Answers

6 PM ABC News

6:30 CBS News

7 PM Quest For Adventure

8 PM Maude

8:30 Hawaii Five-O

9:30 CBS Movie: "The Voyage Of

The Yes"

sign off 11 PM

Retro: Atlanta/Birmingham Monday, January 16, 1967

From the Atlanta Constitution and the Birmingham News.


Atlanta schedules are Eastern time, 7 AM-1 AM (sorry,

I don't have the educational stations); Birmingham schedules

are Central time, sign-on to sign-off.

ATLANTA

WSB Ch. 2 (NBC)

7 AM Today

9 AM Today In Georgia

9:30 Exercise With Gloria

10 AM Reach For The Stars

10:25 NBC News

10:30 Concentration

11 AM Pat Boone Show

11:30 Hollywood Squares

12 N News

12:30 Movie: "The Night Of

January 16"

2 PM Days Of Our Lives

2:30 The Doctors

3 PM Another World

3:30 You Don't Say!

4 PM Match Game

4:25 NBC News


4:30 Popeye Club

5:30 Mr. Ed

6 PM News

6:30 Huntley-Brinkley Report

7 PM Something Special With

Patti Page

8 PM College Basketball: Georgia

Tech at Ohio State

10 PM Run For Your Life (time approximate)

11 PM News

11:30 Tonight Show

WAGA Ch. 5 (CBS)

7 AM Local And CBS News (CBS starts

at 7:05)

7:30 Mr. Pix

8 AM Captain Kangaroo

9 AM Beverly Hillbillies (delay from 10:30 AM)

9:30 Andy Griffith (delay from 11 AM)

10 AM Dick Van dyke (delay from 11:30 AM)

10:30 Secret Storm (delay from 4 PM)

11 AM Don Barber Show (local)

11:30 Pete Brady (I suppose this is local as well)

12 N Love Of Life
12:25 CBS News

12:30 Search For Tomorrow

12:45 Guiding Light

1 PM Matches 'n' Mates

1:30 As The World Turns

2 PM Password

2:30 Art Linkletter's House Party

3 PM To Tell The Truth

3:25 CBS News

3:30 Edge Of Night

4 PM Mike Douglas

5 PM Movie: "The Man Inside"

6:30 CBS News

7 PM News

7:30 Gilligan's Island

8 PM Mr. Terrific

8:30 The Lucy Show

9 PM Andy Griffith Show

9:30 Family Affair

10 PM To Tell The Truth

10:30 I've Got A Secret

11 PM News

11:30 Movie: "Tijuana Story"

WAII (WXIA) Ch. 11 (ABC)


8 AM Cartoon Carnival

9:30 Gale Storm Show

10 AM Girl Talk

10:30 Dateline: Atlanta

11 AM Supermarket Sweep

11:30 Dating Game

12 N Donna Reed Show

12:30 Father Knows Best

1 PM Ben Casey

2 PM Newlywed Game

2:30 Dream Girl Of '67

2:55 ABC News (Marlene Sanders)

3 PM General Hospital

3:30 The Nurses

4 PM Dark Shadows

4:30 Where The Action Is

5 PM News

5:30 ABC News (Peter Jennings--had

gone to 30 minutes the week before)

6 PM My Favorite Martian

6:30 Merv Griffin

7:30 Iron Horse

8:30 Rat Patrol

9 PM Felony Squad
9:30 Peyton Place

10 PM Big Valley

11 PM News

11:30 Cheyenne

sign off 12:30 AM

BIRMINGHAM

WBRC Ch. 6 (ABC, some CBS)

4:30 World Around Us

5 AM Christophers

5:30 Morning Devotional

5:35 Farm Market Report

5:50 Country Boy Eddie

7 AM Morning Show (Tom York,

Sharon Lacey)

8:30 Love Of Life (CBS, 11 AM)

8:55 News

9 AM Newlywed Game (delay from 1 PM)

9:30 Dark Shadows (delay from 3 PM)

10 AM Supermarket Sweep

10:30 Dating Game

11 AM Donna Reed Show

11:30 Father Knows Best


12 N Ben Casey

1 PM Secret Storm (CBS, 3 PM)

1:30 Dream Girl Of '67

1:55 ABC News

2 PM General Hospital

2:30 The Nurses

3 PM Bozo The Clown

3:25 Young People's World

3:30 Where The Action Is

4 PM Mike Douglas

5:10 Weather (Pat Gray)

5:15 ABC News (wonder if they taped

the 4:30 CST feed?)

5:45 News

6 PM The Tall Man

6:30 Iron Horse

7:30 Rat Patrol

8 PM Felony Squad

8:30 Peyton Place

9 PM Big Valley

10 PM Dick Powell Theater

11 PM News

11:05 Movie: "Suddenly"

12:30 News
WBIQ Ch. 10 (NET)

8:30 Primary Speech Improvement

8:45 Science 5

9:15 High School Biology

9:45 Language Arts

10 AM Inauguration Of Gov. Lurleen

Wallace (who would not survive

her term, she died of cancer in

1968)

3:30 Vocational Education (time approximate)

5 PM Flies High

5:30 I Hear Music

6 PM Musical Kaleidoscope

6:30 Today's Math

7 PM Animal Tracks

7:30 Alabama's Resources

8 PM Auburn Concert Hall

8:30 NET Journal

9:30 Aaron Copland

sign off after this

WAPI (WVTM) Ch. 13 (CBS/NBC)

6 AM Country Music Caravan


6:55 News (Dick Breit)

7 AM Today

8 AM Captain Kangaroo

9 AM Romper Room

9:30 Concentration

10 AM Inauguration Of Gov. Lurleen

Wallace (pre-empts Pat Boone

and Hollywood Squares)

11 AM Jeopardy!

11:30 Search For Tomorrow

11:45 Guiding Light

12 N News (Wendell Harris)

12:15 Mid-Day (Rosemary Lucas, Dick

Breit)

12:30 As The World Turns

1 PM Inauguration Of Gov. Lurleen

Wallace coverage continues

(pre-empts a movie and Edge

Of Night)

3 PM Art Linkletter's House Party (delay

from 1:30) (time approximate)

3:30 Popeye And Cousin Cliff

4:30 Country Music Caravan

5 PM News (Jim Kilpatrick)

5:30 Huntley-Brinkley Report


6 PM News

6:30 Gilligan's Island

7 PM Andy Griffith (delay from 8 PM)

7:30 The Lucy Show

8 PM The Road West

9 PM Run For Your Life

10 PM Carol Plus Two (delay from Sunday

8 PM)

11 PM News

11:30 Movie: "The Gay Divorcee"

sign off 1:30 AM

WBMG (WIAT) Ch. 42 (CBS/NBC)

8:50 Moments Of Meditation

8:55 Community Leader Salute

9 AM Candid Camera

9:30 Beverly Hillbillies

10 AM Inauguration Of Gov. Lurleen

Wallace (pre-empts Andy Griffith,

Dick Van dyke, Gale Storm, Eye Guess,

NBC News at 11:55, Ann Sothern, Let's

Make A Deal, Days Of Our Lives, The Doctors,

Another World, You Don't Say!, Match Game,

and NBC News at 3:25)


3:30 Mr. Piper (time approximate)

4 PM Wild Bill Hickok

4:30 Dennis The Menace (Jay North)

5 PM Sgt. Jack

5:30 CBS News

6 PM News

6:30 The Monkees

7 PM I Dream Of Jeannie

7:30 Captain Nice

8 PM Run, Buddy, Run (last episode, must be a

two-week delay)

8:30 Family Affair

9 PM To Tell The Truth

9:30 I've Got A Secret (Woody Allen is the

celebrity guest)

10 PM News

10:30 Tonight Show (Bob Newhart subs for

Johnny)

12 M Community Leader Salute

12:05 Moments Of Meditation

sign off 12:10 AM

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Re: Retro: Atlanta/Birmingham Monday, January 16, 1967

Quote Originally Posted by bpatrick

BIRMINGHAM

WBMG (WIAT) Ch. 42 (CBS/NBC)

6:30 The Monkees

7 PM I Dream Of Jeannie

7:30 Captain Nice

8 PM Run, Buddy, Run (last episode, must be a

two-week delay)

8:30 Family Affair

9 PM To Tell The Truth

9:30 I've Got A Secret (Woody Allen is the

celebrity guest)

Agree with the Buddy synopsis as its LTC on CBS was January 2,

but let's go deeper.

Was channel 42 a bare-bones equipment operation at that time,

with minimal VTRs so it would be difficult to turn around a half-hour

show an hour later (7:00 CT feed time)? Or since they were running

NBC live at 7:00 they were unable (cost perhaps?) to get a second

Telco line for CBS. It's entirely possible they ran this on 16mm film,
using one the reduction print backups (to the 35mm primary) used by

CBS in NYC and TV City which were then bicycled around to affils

that, for whatever reason, couldn't clear it live or tape delay it.

Save AM radio...kill I-CRAP.

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Re: Retro: Atlanta/Birmingham Monday, January 16, 1967

Could be, but consider: two years later,

42 was running Ed Sullivan (CBS) live from 7-8

on Sunday nights, followed by The Mothers-

In-Law (NBC) at 8...and the same episode which

had just aired on the network at 7:30! Maybe

their equipment had improved by that time.

I think it's logical that CBS couldn't get

"Run, Buddy, Run" to 42 any sooner, but why

that one particular show, unless it was the

only one not cleared live on 42 (and I don't

have the schedules for the entire week)?


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Re: Retro: Atlanta/Birmingham Monday, January 16, 1967

Quote Originally Posted by oldiesfan6479

Or since they were running NBC live at 7:00 they were unable (cost perhaps?)

to get a second Telco line for CBS.

I'm sure bpatrick understood where I was going with this in his response,

but for anyone else, a bit further clarification...

This would mean a higher cost to bring in two loops from the local AT&T

testboard at the same time, as opposed to (and I recall this being discussed

on earlier threads about stations with two net affiliations) one Telco line

which would be switched between nets by the testboard guy during a local

station break.

As "b" noted, this station was doing the "twin network feeds" two years later,

so perhaps by then either channel 42 was willing to shell out the $$$$ or

else AT&T offered them a "rent by the hour" deal on a second loop.

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Re: Retro: Atlanta/Birmingham Monday, January 16, 1967

Quote Originally Posted by oldiesfan6479

As "b" noted, this station was doing the "twin network feeds" two years later,

so perhaps by then either channel 42 was willing to shell out the $$$$ or

else AT&T offered them a "rent by the hour" deal on a second loop.

Good question. I seriously doubt that channel 42 had two loops. They barely had enough budget
to cover paper clips, let alone an extra network line!

With all the B'ham stations atop Red Mountain (studios and tx), it's also possible that a single
microwave hop existed between channels 13 and 42. I'm sure channel 13 had two AT&T feeds
(seeing as how they were primary NBC and CBS and all) -- perhaps they fed 42 the network
source it needed.

A former co-worker back in south Alabama used to work as an engineer at WBMG-42 in the late
'60s/early '70s ... maybe he can shed some light.

--Russell

Retro: Shenandoah Valley, Virginia Friday May 5, 1978


These listings are from the Winchester, Virginia "Evening Star" from

Friday 5/5/78....

**Winchester/Frederick County's Apple Blossom Festival ( day one ) is in full swing.

Harrisonburg's WHSV, Winchester's WINC and Hagerstown's WHAG does the coverage today
with Washington's then-WTOP, Harrisonburg's WVPT and Baltimore's WBFF picking some of it
over the weekend to cover day two.

WMAR ( CBS ) Baltimore Channel 2....

7:00 CBS News

8:00 My Three Sons

8:30 Romper Room

9:00 Captain Kangaroo

10:00 Joker's Wild

10:30 Price Is Right

11:30 Love Of Life

Noon Young & The Restless

12:30 Search For Tomorrow

1:00 2's Compnay with Meryl Comer

1:30 As The World Turns

2:30 Guiding Light

3:30 All In The Family

4:00 Tom & Jerry

4:30 Bonanza

5:30 Channel 2 News

6:30 CBS News


7:00 Newlywed Game

7:30 $100,000 Name That Tune

8:00 Baltimore Health Test

8:30 Up Front with George Collins

9:00 Incredible Hulk

10:00 Husbands, Wives & Lovers

11:00 Channel 2 News

11:30 NBA Play-Off

1:30 Love, American Style

WHSV ( ABC-NBC ) Harrisonburg Channel 3....

7:00 Good Morning America

9:00 PTL Club

10:00 Various

10:30 Hollywood Squares

11:00 Happy Days

11:30 Family Feud

Noon Sanford & Son

12:30 Ryan's Hope

1:00 All My Children

2:00 One Life To Live

3:00 General Hospital

4:00 Edge Of Night

4:30 Various

6:00 TV 3 Action News


6:30 ABC News

7:00 Apple Blossom Festival

7:30 To Be Announced

8:00 Donny & Marie

9:00 ABC Movie

11:00 TV 3 Action News

11:30 Apple Blossom Festival's Firefighter's Parade

WRC ( NBC ) Washington Channel 4....

6:00 Knowledge

6:30 Not For Women Only

7:00 Today

9:00 Mike Douglas

10:30 Hollywood Squares

11:00 High Rollers

11:30 Wheel Of Fortune

Noon Card Sharks

12:30 To Tell The Truth

1:00 For Richer, For Poorer

1:30 Days Of Our Lives

2:30 Doctors

3:00 Another World

4:00 Gong Show

4:30 Sanford & Son

5:00 Mary Tyler Moore


5:30 NewsCenter 4

6:30 NBC News

7:00 Newlywed Game

7:30 Hollywood Squares

8:00 Grizzly Adams

9:00 Rockford Files

10:00 Quincy

11:00 News Center 4

11:30 Johnny Carson

1:00 Midnight Special ( with Genesis and the Oak Ridge Boys )

WTTG Washington Channel 5.....

6:00 Education

6:30 New Zoo Review

7:00 Tom & Jerry

7:30 Porky Pig

8:00 Flintstones

8:30 Deputy Dawg

9:00 Dennis The Menace

9:30 Father Knows Best

10:00 Dick Van-Dyke

10:30 That Girl

11:00 Medical center

Noon Panarama

2:00 High Hopes ( soap )


2:30 I Love Lucy

3:00 Archies

3:30 New Mickey Mouse Club

4:00 Fred Flintstone & Friends

4:30 Tom & Jerry

5:00 Flintstones

5:30 Partridge Family

6:00 My Three Sons

6:30 Family Affair

7:00 Andy Griffith

7:30 Brady Bunch

8:00 Truth About Houdini

9:00 Merv Griffin ( a salute to Esquire Magazine )

10:00 Ten O'Clock News

11:00 Odd Couple

11:30 Perry Mason

12:30 Movie

2:30 Movie

4:30 Movie

WINC ( cable ) Winchester Channel 6....

9:00 News and weather

9:15 Joe Pasquali's Coaches Corner

10:00 High School Baseball

11:00 Interview with Queen Shenandoah


11:30 Interview with Norman Fell ( Mr. Roper from Three's Company )

Noon Library Dataline

12:30 Welcome to Winchester

12:45 Apple Blossom News

1:00 The Queen's Coronation ( with James Garner from Rockford Files )

2:30 Interview with Miss Virginia

3:00 Interview with Gov. John Dalton

3:30 Interview with Johnny Unitas

4:00 Replay of the Queen's Coronation

6:30 Apple Blossom Firefighter's Parade

11:00 Interview with Rex Allen Jr. & Dolly Parton

WJLA ( ABC ) Washington Channel 7.....

6:30 Sermon On The Mount

7:00 Good Morning America

9:00 AM Washington

10:00 Edge Of Night

10:30 $20,000 Pyramid

11:00 Happy Days

11:30 Family Feud

Noon News 7

12:30 Ryan's Hope

1:00 All My Children

2:00 One Life To Live

3:00 General Hospital


4:00 Movie

5:30 News 7

7:00 ABC News

7:30 Wild, Wild World of Animals

8:00 Donny & Marie

9:00 ABC Movie

11:00 News 7

11:30 Baretta

12:40 Movie

WBFF Baltimore Channel 8 ( 45 air )......

6:45 News

7:00 Three Stooges

7:30 Little Rascals

8:00 Flintstones

8:30 Gilligan's Island

9:00 Partridge Family

9:30 I Love Lucy

10:00 Dinah !!

11:30 Lucy Show

Noon Jim Nabors ( Bob Eubanks and Sonny Bono )

1:00 Movie

3:00 Munsters ( Captain Chesapeake )

3:30 Flintstones

4:00 Monkees
4:30 Batman

5:00 Gilligan's Island

5:30 Gomer Pyle, USMC

6:00 I Dream Of Jeannie

6:30 Get Smart

7:00 Hogan's Heroes

7:30 I Love Lucy

8:00 Perry Mason

9:00 Movie

11:00 Lucy Show

11:30 Movie

1:20 News

WTOP ( CBS ) Washington Channel 9....

6:00 Christopher Close-Up

6:30 Best of Morning Break

7:00 CBS News

8:00 Captain Kangaroo

9:00 Phil Donahue

10:00 Morning Break

11:00 Lucy Show

11:30 Love Of Life

Noon Young & The Restless

12:30 Search For Tomorrow

1:00 Eyewitness News


1:30 As The World Turns

2:30 Guiding Light

3:30 All In The Family

4:00 Dinah!!

5:30 Eyewitness News

7:00 CBS News

7:30 Disaster: How and Why

8:00 Wonder Woman

9:00 Incredible Hulk

10:00 Husbands, Wives & Lovers

11:00 Eyewitness News

11:30 NBA Play-Off

WDCA Washington Channel 10 ( 20 air )....

5:45 PTL Club

6:45 Felix The Cat

7:00 Spiderman

7:30 Woody Woodpecker

8:00 Bugs Bunny

8:30 Kimba, The White Lion

9:00 Channel 20 Club

9:30 Romper Room

10:00 700 Club

11:30 Rock ( religious )

Noon Movie
2:00 Banana Splits

2:30 Marine Boy

3:00 Speedracer

3:30 Jonny Quest

4:00 Superfriends

4:30 Spiderman

5:00 Woody Woodpecker

5:30 Gilligan's Island

6:00 Star Trek

7:00 Carol Burnett & Friends

7:30 America 2Night

8:00 Untouchables

9:00 Movie

11:00 Twlight Zone

11:30 Honeymooners

Mid PTL Club

1:00 Movie

WHAG ( NBC ) Hagerstown channel 11 ( 25 air )....

6:55 Paul Harvey

7:00 Today

9:00 Gospel Singing Jubilee

10:00 Card Sharks

10:30 Hollywood Squares

11:00 High Rollers


11:30 Wheel Of Fortune

Noon Sanford & Son

12:30 To Tell The Truth

1:00 For Richer, For Poorer

1:30 Days Of Our Lives

2:30 Doctors

3:00 Another World

4:00 PTL Club

6:00 The Valley News

6:30 NBC News

7:00 Apple Blossom

7:30 Mary Robbins' Spotlight

8:00 Grizzly Adams

9:00 Rockford Files

10:00 Quincy

11:00 The Valley News

11:30 Johnny Carson

1:00 Midnight Special

WVPT ( PBS ) Harrisonburg Channel 12 ( 42 air )....

7:00 Sesame Street

8:00 Apple Blossom

9:00 instructional programming

3:30 Mister Rogers

4:00 Sesame Street


5:00 Electric Company

5:30 Over Easy

6:00 Zoom !!

6:30 Villa Alegre

7:00 Dick Cavett

7:30 MacNeil/Lehrer

8:00 Washington Week in Review

8:30 Wall Street Week

9:00 Apple Blossom

***The Star's weekend listings included Baltimore's WJZ-TV 13 but they were left out during the
week.

***Washington's WETA was NOT available on local cable TV in this part of Virginia at the time of
these listings.

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I wonder why all of the CBS stations in that portion of Virginia didn't carry Match Game '78.

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Quote Originally Posted by Braves2005

I wonder why all of the CBS stations in that portion of Virginia didn't carry Match Game '78.

Somewhat surprised that WMAR didn't carry it at this time but not really surprised that WTOP
chose not too. However most cable systems in that area did offer Richmond's WTVR so chances
are most viewers could have watched it there, except in Winchester, VA where local radio/cable
TV WINC blocked it out.

The apple blossom listings. During the 70s this was actually syndicated nationwide. Not sure how
many markets aired it but I know it aired in Salt Lake City and Little Rock. What viewers saw
outside of Winchester-Harrisonburg was just an hour of one of the parades. Thats a good thing
too since both parades ( Friday's Firefighters Parade and Saturday's Grand Feature Parade ) both
run about 4-5 hours each. Today its more like 2-3 hours each.

I have been told that Tom Bosley from Happy Days and talk show legend Mike Douglas at one
time anchored the parade coverage.

Wonder if WHSV carried the whole parade?

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Does anybody remember anything about the show "Husbands, Wives And Lovers" that aired
Friday night at 10 on CBS? All I remember is the title.

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WTOP-TV had become WDVM-TV by 1978. The call letters changed to the current WUSA-TV
around 1985.

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WTOP-TV had become WDVM-TV by 1978. The call letters changed to the current WUSA-TV
around 1985.
WTOP did change call letters to WDVM in 1978, but it didn't occur until that fall. I was living in
the (or what use to be) countryside between Warrenton and Culpeper at the time WDVM was
bought buy Gannett and became WUSA on July 4th, 1986 I believe. Shortly afterward I went
westward ho.

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About WTOP, I did find this. Its their opening to "Eyewitness News" from around the same time
as these listings.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3-aflG4tWZg

and when they changed their name that fall...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QbeYPxQJQB8

Retro: Carolina/Tennessee Sunday, January 14, 1973 (Part 1)

Red-letter day: the Miami Dolphins defeat the


Washington Redskins in Super Bowl VII, completing

modern pro football's only perfect season.

Schedules are from TV Guide, Carolina-Tennessee

edition. Tennessee stations are on this post,

Carolina stations are in Part 2.

KNOXVILLE

WSJK Ch. 2 (PBS)

6:15 This Week On Two

6:30 Maggie And The Beautiful

Machine

7 PM Zoom

7:30 Puppets And The Poet

(puppets perform Shakespeare)

8:30 French Chef

9 PM Masterpiece Theatre: "Tom Brown's

Schooldays" (Part 1 of 5)

10 PM Firing Line

sign off 11 PM

WATE Ch. 6 (NBC)


6:30 Chaplain Of Bourbon Street

7 AM Golden Gospel Hour

8 AM Rex Humbard

9 AM Day Of Discovery

9:30 Old Time Gospel Hour (Jerry Falwell)

10:30 This Is The Life

11 AM Gentle Ben

11:30 History Behind The News

12 N ACC Basketball: North Carolina

at Maryland

2 PM Super Sundays (highlights of the

first six Super Bowls) (time approximate)

3 PM Super Bowl VII

6:30 Super Bowl Post-Game (time approximate)

7 PM Wild Kingdom (time approximate)

7:30 Wonderful World Of Disney

8:30 McMillan And Wife

10 PM Night Gallery (last show until May)

10:30 This Is Your Life

11 PM Movie: "Homicidal"

sign off 1 AM

WBIR Ch. 10 (CBS)

6:55 Jot
7 AM Mull's Singing Convention

9:30 Oral Roberts

10 AM Lamp Unto My Feet

10:30 Look Up And Live

11 AM Camera Three

11:30 Face The Nation

12 N Light Unto My Path

12:30 It Is Written

1 PM Areascope

1:30 Sammy Hall (I think this is

a local country-music show)

2 PM The Waltons (Ch. 10 had a

movie on Thursdays at 7:30

at the time.)

3 PM Family Affair

3:30 Movie: "The Private War Of

Major Benson"

5:30 Only The Strong (comparison of

U.S. and USSR armaments)

6 PM 60 Minutes

7 PM Clayton Startime

7:30 New Dick Van dyke Show

8 PM M*A*S*H

8:30 Mannix

9:30 Robert Young And The Family


(interesting, since Marcus Welby,

M.D. was on ABC)

10:30 TV10 Report

11 PM CBS News--Dan Rather

11:15 Movie: "Where Love Has Gone"

sign off 1:30 AM

WTVK Ch. 26 (ABC)

7 AM Maryville College

7:30 Amazing Grace Bible Class

8 AM Grace Bible Hour

8:30 Tabernacle Time

9 AM Rex Humbard (yes, on two

stations in Knoxville)

10 AM Curiosity Shop

11 AM Bullwinkle

11:30 Make A Wish

12 N Revival Fires

12:30 Reach Out To Christ

1 PM NBA Basketball: Los Angeles

Lakers at Atlanta Hawks

3:15 SEC Basketball: Tennessee

at Georgia (taped, time

approximate)
5 PM Joe Caldwell: Basketball

(time approximate)

5:30 Farmer's Daughter

6 PM Untamed World

6:30 Police Surgeon

7 PM UFO

8 PM The FBI

9 PM ABC Movie: "Plaza Suite"

11:15 ABC News--Bill Beutel

11:30 Issues And Answers

sign off 12 Midnight

BRISTOL/KINGSPORT/JOHNSON CITY

WCYB Ch. 5 (NBC)

7:15 Living Word

7:30 Gospel Singing Jubilee

8:30 Gospel Sing

9:30 Kartoon Kapers

10 AM Light Unto My Path

10:30 Insight

11 AM TBA

11:30 Sugarfoot

12:30 Meet The Press


1 PM Bronco

2 PM Super Sundays

3 PM Super Bowl VII

6:30 Super Bowl Post-Game

(time approximate)

7 PM Wild Kingdom (time approximate)

7:30 Wonderful World Of Disney

8:30 McMillan And Wife

10 PM Night Gallery

10:30 Police Surgeon

11 PM News

11:15 Cheyenne

sign off 12:15 AM

WJHL Ch. 11 (CBS)

7:30 Jerry Falwell

8:30 Lower Lighthouse

9 AM Revival Fires

9:30 Oral Roberts

10 AM Leonard Repass

10:30 Look Up And Live

11 AM Church Service--Presbyterian

12 N Face The Nation

12:30 ACC Basketball: North Carolina


at Maryland (Joined in progress)

2 PM Bill Anderson (time approximate)

2:30 Roller Game Of The Week

3:30 Virginian

5 PM Tarzan

6 PM 60 Minutes

7 PM Let's Make A Deal

7:30 New Dick Van dyke Show

8 PM M*A*S*H

8:30 Mannix

9:30 Robert Young And The Family

10:30 Garner Ted Armstrong

11 PM CBS News

11:15 Virginian

sign off 12:45 AM

WKPT Ch. 19 (ABC)

6:30 Morning Worship

7:30 By All Means

8 AM Revival Fires

8:30 Chaplain Of Bourbon Street

9 AM Voice Of Victory

9:30 Bible Baptist Church

10 AM Curiosity Shop
11 AM Bullwinkle

11:30 Make A Wish

12 N Ben Haden

12:30 Issues And Answers

1 PM NBA Basketball: Lakers-Hawks

3:30 Wrestling (time approximate)

4:30 Death Valley Days

5 PM Town Crier

5:30 Virgil Q. Wacks

6 PM Movie: "There's No Business

Like Show Business"

8 PM The FBI

9 PM ABC Movie: "Plaza Suite"

11:15 ABC News

11:30 Perry Mason

sign off 12:30 AM

WSVN (WSBN) Ch. 47 (PBS) Norton, VA

4:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

no listing for 5 PM

5:30 Electric Company

6 PM Sesame Street

7 PM Zoom

7:30 Puppets And The Poet


8:30 French Chef

9 PM Masterpiece Theatre

10 PM Firing Line

sign off 11 PM

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Re: Retro: Carolina/Tennessee Sunday, January 14, 1973 (Part 1)

How about the schedule for Tuesday 1/16/73?

Classic Television must always be preserved!

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I see you already put it on there, thanks.

Classic Television must always be preserved!

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[quote=bpatrick ]

Red-letter day: the Miami Dolphins defeat the

Washington Redskins in Super Bowl VII, completing

modern pro football's only perfect season.

Schedules are from TV Guide, Carolina-Tennessee

edition. Tennessee stations are on this post,

Carolina stations are in Part 2.

KNOXVILLE
WSJK Ch. 2 (PBS)

6:15 This Week On Two

6:30 Maggie And The Beautiful

Machine

7 PM Zoom

7:30 Puppets And The Poet

(puppets perform Shakespeare)

8:30 French Chef

9 PM Masterpiece Theatre: "Tom Brown's

Schooldays" (Part 1 of 5)

10 PM Firing Line

sign off 11 PM

WATE Ch. 6 (NBC)

6:30 Chaplain Of Bourbon Street

7 AM Golden Gospel Hour

WBIR Ch. 10 (CBS)

6:55 Jot

7 AM Mull's Singing Convention

2 PM The Waltons (Ch. 10 had a

movie on Thursdays at 7:30


at the time.)

There are 3 comments I would like to make about the schedule for Knoxville television during
this time frame:

1) WSJK, CH. 2, didn't start their broadcast day until 3:00 pm during the week and until about
6:00 pm on the weekends. They didn't expand their broadcasting hours on the weekends until
the mid 70's and their daily broadcast hours until the early 80's.

2) The Golden Gospel Hour was WATE-TV 6's answer to Channel 10's Mull Singing Convention. J.
Bazel & Lady

Mull ruled the Knoxville airways on Sunday mornings for years and Channel 6 tried to compete
against them with the Golden Gospel Hour. They both had a simular format with the Mulls
mainly airing Southern Gospel Quartets and Bill Golden mainly airing videos of more mainstream
gospel singers such as Tony Fontaine and George Beverly Shea. The Golden Gospel Hour only
klasted a few years while the Mulls were still on the air in Knoxville until Rev. Mull's recent death.

3) WBIR Channel 10 was notorious for pre-empting CBS network programming during the week
in order to show movies, special programing or re-runs of shows in syndication and then airing
the pre-empted network shows, such as the Waltons, on Saturday and Sunday afternoons. They
kept this practice up until at least the mid 80's. One such case I can remember was Channel 10
once pre-empted the Grammy Awards to show the special "The Statler Brothers on the
Mississippi River". It wouldn't have been that much of a problem if it weren't for the fact that
particular Statler Brothers special had already aired at three times prior to that airing.

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WBIR must have been especially prone to pre-

empting 8 PM shows; in another posting, I

mentioned that Perry Mason aired Tuesdays

7:30-8:30, pre-empting Maude; the movie

airing Thursdays 7:30-9 was obviously intended

to make a double feature with the CBS movie.

WBIR was owned by Multimedia for years, and

you could count on their pre-empting CBS when

Multimedia had a country-music awards show of

some type (Channel 4 in Greenville, SC, although

an NBC affiliate, was their sister station and did

the same thing).

But I also think a number of CBS affiliates were

squeamish about The Waltons that first season;

after all, Flip Wilson had ruled the time slot for

the preceding two years, and ABC had Mod Squad.

The Waltons started so slowly that in December

CBS took out ads in the major newsmagazines,

The New York Times, and The Washington Post,

urging viewers to get behind it. Whether or not

the ad campaign worked, The Waltons hit the

top 20 in the summer of '73; that fall, Mod Squad


was gone and Flip was in his last season...and WBIR

was running The Waltons in pattern.

Retro: Carolina/Tennessee Sunday, January 14, 1973 (Part 2)

Carolina listings on the day the Miami Dolphins

defeated the Washington Redskins in Super

Bowl VII to complete modern pro football's

only perfect season. From TV Guide, Carolina-

Tennessee edition.

CHARLOTTE

WBTV Ch. 3 (CBS)

7 AM The Story

7:30 Light Unto My Path

8 AM Gospel Singing Jubilee

9 AM Archie's Funhouse

9:30 Harlem Globetrotters

10 AM Lamp Unto My Feet

10:30 Look Up And Live

11 AM Insight

11:30 Face The Nation

12 N ACC Basketball: North Carolina

at Maryland
2 PM Dean Smith: UNC Basketball

(time approximate)

2:30 Fred Kirby's Rascals

3 PM Movie: "Tarzan's Savage Fury"

4:30 Hazel

5 PM Doris Day

5:30 Mayberry RFD

6 PM 60 Minutes

7 PM News

7:30 New Dick Van dyke Show

8 PM M*A*S*H

8:30 Mannix

9:30 Robert Young And The Family

(interesting, since Marcus Welby,

M.D. was on ABC)

10:30 Lester Strong

11 PM News

11:15 CBS News--Dan Rather

11:30 Movie: "Give A Girl A Break"

sign off 1:30 AM

WSOC Ch. 9 (NBC)

7 AM Jerry Falwell

8 AM Day Of Discovery
8:30 Encounter

9 AM Oral Roberts

9:30 Hour Of Opportunity

10 AM Rex Humbard

11 AM First Presbyterian Church

12 N World Tomorrow

12:30 Meet The Press

1 PM Eyewitness Report To The

Carolinas

1:30 TBA

2 PM Super Sundays (highlights of

the first six Super Bowls)

3 PM Super Bowl VII

6:30 Super Bowl Post-Game (time

approximate)

7 PM Wild Kingdom

7:30 Wonderful World Of Disney

8:30 McMillan And Wife

10 PM Night Gallery (last show until May)

10:30 Carolina Chronolog (gets its name

from NBC's early-'70s magazine show)

11 PM News

11:30 Sunday Tonight Show

sign off 1 AM
WHKY Ch. 14 (Ind.) Hickory, NC

1 PM Movie: "Young Bill Hickok"

2 PM Movie: Melody Trail"

3 PM Holiday

3:30 Western Star Theater

4 PM Need Of The Hour

4:30 Day Of Discovery

5 PM Southernaires

5:30 Adventure Time

6 PM News

6:15 Religion Today

6:30 This Is The Life

7 PM Holiday

7:30 Movie: TBA

9:30 Movie: TBA

sign off after the 9:30 movie

WUNE Ch. 17 (PBS) Linville, NC

3:30 North Carolina: The Arts

4:30 What's New

5 PM Now!

5:30 Folk Guitar Plus

6 PM Book Beat
6:30 North Carolina People

7 PM Zoom

7:30 Puppets And The Poet

(puppets perform Shakespeare)

8:30 French Chef

9 PM Masterpiece Theatre: "Tom Brown's

Schooldays" (Part 1 of 5)

10 PM Firing Line

sign off 11 PM

WCCB Ch. 18 (ABC)

6:30 Word Of Life

7 AM Faith For Today

7:30 Chaplain Of Bourbon Street

8 AM Dr. Hudson

8:30 Kathryn Kuhlman

9 AM Jimmy Swaggart

9:30 Bible Answers

10 AM Curiosity Shop

11 AM Bullwinkle

11:30 Make A Wish

12 N Lloyd Bridges' Water World

12:30 Inquiry (would later be a staple

of Ch. 18's Saturday access slot)


1 PM NBA Basketball: Los Angeles Lakers

at Atlanta Hawks

3:30 Movie: TBA (time approximate)

6:30 Roller Derby

7:30 American Adventure

8 PM The FBI

9 PM ABC Movie: "Plaza Suite"

11:15 High Chaparral

12:15 A Better World

sign off after this

WRET Ch. 36 (Ind.)

7 AM Environment Today

7:30 Sacred Heart

7:45 Bible Class Of The Air

8 AM Billy James Hargis And His

All-American Kids

8:30 Voice Of Victory

9 AM Movie: "Young People"

10:30 Cartoon Carnival

12 N Jim And Tammy

1 PM Movie: "It's A Wonderful Life"

(and it's not even Christmas!)

3:30 The Rebel


4 PM Alfred Hitchcock Hour

5 PM Movie: "The Son Of Monte

Cristo"

7 PM Rat Patrol

7:30 Movie: "Follow A Star"

9:30 Revival Hour

10 PM 700 Club

sign-off follows

GREENVILLE/SPARTANBURG/ASHEVILLE

WFBC (WYFF) Ch. 4 (NBC)

6:55 Safety Sermon

7 AM America Sings

7:30 Gospel Singing Jubilee

8:30 Kingsmen

9 AM Norris Turner (gospel music)

9:30 Oral Roberts

10 AM Houndcats

10:30 Brother Buzz

11 AM Church Service--Baptist

12 N ACC Basketball: North Carolina

at Maryland

2 PM Super Sundays (time approximate)


3 PM Super Bowl VII

6:30 Super Bowl Post-Game (time approximate)

7 PM Clemson Basketball Highlights

(time approximate)

7:30 Wonderful World Of Disney

8:30 McMillan And Wife

10 PM Night Gallery

10:30 Report To The People

11 PM Furman Presents

11:30 Sunday Tonight Show

sign off 1 AM

WSPA Ch. 7 (CBS)

7 AM Billy Fallaw (safety show)

7:15 Children's Gospel Hour

7:45 Lake Lure Singers

8 AM Dialogue

8:30 Gospel Challengers

9 AM Day Of Discovery

9:30 Pine Ridge Boys

10 AM Sego Brothers

10:30 Look Up And Live

11 AM First Baptist Church Of

Spartanburg
12 N Tri-State Report

12:15 A Public Affair

12:30 Face The Nation

1 PM American Scene (not Gleason's

American Scene Magazine)

1:30 Black Focus

2 PM Movie: "Counterpoint"

4 PM Movie: "A Countess From Hong

Kong"

6 PM 60 Minutes

7 PM Lassie

7:30 New Dick Van dyke Show

8 PM M*A*S*H

8:30 Mannix

9:30 Robert Young And The Family

10:30 Contact

11 PM News

11:15 CBS News

11:30 Face The Nation (don't know

why it aired twice)

12 M Tri-State Report

12:15 A Public Affair

sign off 12:30 AM

WLOS Ch. 13 (ABC)


6:30 Light Unto My Path

7 AM Old Time Gospel Hour

(Jerry Falwell)

8 AM Count On Me

8:30 Herald Of Truth

9 AM Send The Light

9:30 Faith For Today

10 AM Rex Humbard

11 AM First Baptist Church Of

Asheville

12 N Directions

12:30 Issues And Answers

1 PM NBA Basketball: Lakers-Hawks

3:30 Green Acres (time approximate)

4 PM Movie: "Dead Ringer"

6 PM This Is Your Life

6:30 News

7 PM Wild Kingdom

7:30 Circus!

8 PM The FBI

9 PM ABC Movie: "Plaza Suite"

11:15 ABC News--Bill Beutel

11:30 Movie: "The All American"

sign off 1 AM
WNTV Ch. 29 (PBS) Greenville, SC

2:30 Speaking Freely

3:30 Legislative Profile

4 PM Masterpiece Theatre: "The

Moonstone" (Part 5 of 5)

5 PM Wall Street Week

5:30 The Advocates

6:30 Fashion Focus

7 PM Zoom

7:30 Puppets And The Poet

8:30 French Chef

9 PM Masterpiece Theatre: "Tom

Brown's Schooldays" (Part

1 of 5)

10 PM Firing Line

sign off 11 PM

WUNF Ch. 33 (PBS) Asheville, NC

same as WUNE

WAIM (WMYA) Ch. 40 (ABC/CBS)

Anderson, SC
11:55 Dr. Cort R. Flint

12 N Music And The Spoken Word

(Mormon Tabernacle Choir)

12:30 Face The Nation

1 PM Directions

1:30 Issues And Answers

2 PM Panorama

3 PM Accent On Action

4 PM Compass

5 PM Quest For Adventure

6 PM 60 Minutes

7 PM Paul Harvey Bible Stories

7:30 New Dick Van dyke Show

8 PM M*A*S*H

8:30 Mannix

9:30 Robert Young And The Family

10:30 Chaplain Of Bourbon Street

sign off 11 PM

Did anyone actually WATCH Ch. 40?

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Quote Originally Posted by bpatrick

WAIM (WMYA) Ch. 40 (ABC/CBS)

Anderson, SC

Did anyone actually WATCH Ch. 40?

Just as amazing is that the station subsisted throughut the 1970s (maybe earlier) on nothing but
religious shows and travelogues, outside of network programming.

I knew WAIM was in the shadow of WSPA (and later, WLOS), but even Akron, Ohio's WAKR (in
the shadow of WEWS) looked good, compared to WAIM.

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Back to the '50s, in fact, with the

very same type programming; I

first heard of WAIM when I was a


little kid and it was in the North

Carolina edition of TV Guide. In

the late '60s we moved to Greenville,

SC, which by that time was in the

Carolina-Tennessee edition; WAIM

was in there, and little if anything

had changed about the station.

Interestingly, the station as WAIM

hung on until around 1979, picking

up more ABC shows as that network

got stronger.

Retro: Atlanta Wednesday, February 6, 1980

From the Atlanta Constitution. Countdown to ABC/NBC

switch: six months, 26 days.

WSB Ch. 2 (NBC)

7 AM Today

9 AM Password Plus

9:30 Hollywood Squares

10 AM Dinah & Friends

11:30 Wheel Of Fortune

12 N News

12:30 Mary Tyler Moore


1 PM Days Of Our Lives

2 PM The Doctors

2:30 Another World

4 PM Starsky & Hutch

5 PM Newlywed Game

5:30 Happy Days Again

6 PM News

7 PM NBC News

7:30 3's A Crowd (I never understood

why Channel 2 ever put this

travesty on.)

8 PM Real People

9 PM Diff'rent Strokes

9:30 Hello, Larry

10 PM Best Of Saturday Night Live

11 PM News

11:30 Tonight Show

1 AM Tomorrow

2 AM News

WAGA Ch. 5 (CBS)

7 AM Morning

8 AM Captain Kangaroo

9 AM Donahue
10 AM Cross-Wits

10:30 Celebrity Whew!

10:55 CBS Midmorning News

11 AM Price Is Right

12 N News

12:30 Search For Tomorrow

1 PM Young And The Restless

2 PM As The World Turns

3 PM Guiding Light

4 PM Good Times

4:30 Mike Douglas

6 PM News

7 PM CBS News

7:30 PM Magazine

8 PM Edward And Mrs. Simpson

9 PM The Boy Who Drank Too Much

11 PM News

11:30 Maude

12 M Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman

(CBS was rerunning it; it originally

aired in Atlanta on Channel 11.)

12:30 CBS Movie: "Togetherness"

WGTV Ch. 8 (PBS)


Instructional programs throughout the school day.

4 PM Sesame Street

5 PM Sesame Street

6 PM 3-2-1 Contact

6:30 Basic Banjo

7 PM Que Pasa, U.S.A.

7:30 Dick Cavett

8 PM The Lawmakers

9 PM Great Performances

10 PM Every Four Years

11 PM Movie: "The Man In Gray"

sign off 1 AM

WXIA Ch. 11 (ABC)

7 AM Good Morning America

9 AM $20,000 Pyramid

9:30 Joker's Wild

10 AM Play The Percentages

10:30 Edge Of Night

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 Star Trek

5 PM Jim Rockford, Private

Investigator

6 PM News

7 PM ABC News

7:30 Tic Tac Dough

8 PM Eight Is Enough

9 PM Charlie's Angels

10 PM Vega$

11 PM News

11:30 The Iranian Crisis: America

Held Hostage

11:45 Dating Game

12:15 Love Boat

WTBS Ch. 17 (Ind.)

7 AM SuperStation Fun House

8 AM Leave It To Beaver

8:30 Romper Room

9 AM The Lucy Show

9:30 Green Acres


10 AM Movie: "Satan Never Sleeps"

12:30 Movie: "The Millionairess"

2:25 News

2:30 Gigglesnort Hotel

3 PM I Love Lucy

3:30 Flintstones

4 PM Spectreman

4:30 Gilligan's Island

5 PM My Three Sons

5:30 I Dream Of Jeannie

6 PM Carol Burnett & Friends

6:30 Bob Newhart

7 PM Sanford & Son

7:30 All In The Family

8 PM Upstairs, Downstairs

9 PM SEC Basketball: Auburn at

Vanderbilt

11 PM Last Of The Wild (time approximate)

11:30 Movie: "Teacher's Pet"

2:05 Movie: "The Naked And The Dead"

WPBA Ch. 30 (PBS)

8:15 A.M. Weather

8:30 Instructional TV
9 AM Sesame Street

10 AM Instructional TV

2 PM Electric Company

2:30 Instructional TV

4 PM Sesame Street

5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

5:30 Electric Company

6 PM 3-2-1 Contact

6:30 Over Easy

7 PM Dick Cavett

7:30 MacNeil/Lehrer Report

8 PM Great Performances

9 PM Great Performances

10 PM Every Four Years

11 PM Dick Cavett

11:30 Captioned ABC News

sign off 12 Midnight

WATL Ch. 36 (Ind.)

7 AM PTL Club

9 AM TBA

10:30 Bill Bibbons

11 AM PTL Club

1 PM Hour Of Prayer
1:30 Health Field

2 PM Success-N-Life

2:30 New Zoo Revue

3 PM Bullwinkle

3:30 Rocky & Friends

4 PM Space Kidettes

4:30 Officer Don & Orvil (Dragon)

5 PM The Jeffersons (pre-empted at

10 AM on Ch. 5)

5:30 One Day At A Time (pre-empted

at 4 PM on Ch. 5)

6 PM Entertainment Page

6:30 Peter Gunn

7 PM Wanted: Dead Or Alive

7:30 Munson On Sports (UGA icon

Larry Munson)

8 PM Movie: "Little Princess"

10 PM Rock World

11 PM Entertainment Page

11:30 Robin Hood

sign off 12 Midnight

WANX Ch. 46 (Ind./CBN)

7 AM Porky & Popeye


8 AM Mighty Mouse

8:30 Mr. Ed

9 AM Big Valley

10 AM 700 Club

11:30 The Rock

12 N McHale's Navy

12:30 Dick Van dyke

1 PM Make Room For Daddy

1:30 Petticoat Junction

2 PM Lone Ranger

2:30 Popeye & Friends

3:30 Star Blazers

4 PM Tom & Jerry

5 PM Battle Of The Planets

5:30 Brady Bunch

6 PM Emergency!

7 PM Streets Of San Francisco

8 PM Bonanza

9 PM 700 Club

10:30 A Woman's Place

11 PM The Rifleman

11:30 Mayberry RFD

12 M News

sign off 12:15 AM

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Re: Retro: Atlanta Wednesday, February 6, 1980

Why didn't WSB carry Card Sharks? Were Password Plus and Hollywood Squares on a one day
delay since they aired at I think 11:00 and 11:30 AM Central?

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Re: Retro: Atlanta Wednesday, February 6, 1980

Hollywood Squares aired on NBC at 10:30 AM; Password

Plus at 12:30, so these would have been on a day-behind

basis. Channel 2 pre-empted Card Sharks (10 AM) and

High Rollers (11 AM) for the same reason it delayed Squares:

Dinah Shore was on from 10-11:30. It also pre-empted the

original Chain Reaction (12 Noon) for local news, and Mary

Tyler Moore aired at 12:30.


At the time, Channel 5 pretty much dominated mornings,

just on the strength of Donahue and The Price Is Right;

The Edge Of Night, Laverne & Shirley, Family Feud, and

Ryan's Hope (one of only two soaps, along with All My

Children, that 11 held to the end of its ABC affiliation)

did OK for Channel 11.

Remember that in 1980 NBC's daytime schedule (especially

in the morning) was a shambles. And it didn't get any better

when 2 turned down David Letterman and Texas, and dropped

everything on the NBC schedule except Days Of Our Lives, in

the summer of 1980. By then, of course, 2 had decided to

go to ABC; 11 took Letterman, Another World, The Doctors,

and Texas about a month before the switch.

But all's well that ends well: once 11 became the NBC affiliate,

it carried all of NBC's daytime schedule except Card Sharks, which

had moved to noon and conflicted with 11's news.

RETRO BOSTON TV- PATRIOTS DAY 1980

source: Boston Globe

RETRO BOSTON TV- PATRIOTS DAY 1980


Monday April 21, 1980

CHANNEL LINEUP

2 WGBH-TV (PBS) Boston

4 WBZ-TV (NBC) Boston

5 WCVB-TV (ABC) Boston

6 WTEV-TV (CBS) New Bedford/Providence

7 WNAC-TV (CBS) Boston

9 WMUR-TV (ABC) Manchester, NH

10 WJAR-TV (NBC) Providence

11 WENH-TV (PBS) Durham, NH

12 WPRI-TV (ABC) Providence

25 WXNE-TV (Ind.) Boston

27 WSMW-TV (Ind.) Worcester

38 WSBK-TV (Ind.) Boston

44 WGBX-TV (PBS) Boston

56 WLVI-TV (Ind.) Boston

68 WQTV-TV (Ind.) Boston

MORNING

7:00

4-10- Today

5-9-12- Good Morning America

6- Bullwinkle
7- Monday Morning

25- 700 Club

38- Three Stooges

56- Tom and Jerry

68- PTL Club

7:30

6- Dudley Do-Right

56- Flintstones

8:00

6-7- Captain Kangaroo

38- Star Blazers

56- Gilligan's Island

8:30

25- Fun World

27- Abbott and Costello

38- Bugs Bunny/Porky Pig

56- Woody Woodpecker

9:00

2- Earth and Man

4- Play the Percentages

5- Good Day!
6- One Day At A Time

7- Dinah and Friends

9- PTL Club

10- Donahue

12- Mike Douglas

25- Lassie

27- Abbott and Costello

38- Tom Larson

56- New Zoo Revue

68- News

9:30

4- Chain Reaction

6- Match Game

25- Leave it to Beaver

27- Cooking with Bernard

68- Bozo's Big Top

10:00

4-10- Card Sharks

6-7- The Jeffersons

9- Donahue

25- Movie- Trade Winds (1936)

27- PTL Club

38- Ironside
56- De Todo Un Poco

10:30

4-10- Hollywood Squares

5- Donahue

6- Celebrity Whew!

7- Tic Tac Dough

12- $20,000 Pyramid

56- New England Today

11:00

2- Electric Company

4-10- High Rollers

6-38- Baseball- Chicago White Sox @ Boston Red Sox- (Red Sox won 9-8)

7- The Price is Right

9-12- Laverne and Shirley

56- Family Affair

11:30

2-11- Sesame Street

4- Pre-Marathon Special

5-9-12- Family Feud

10- Wheel of Fortune

56- That Girl


11:50

4-7- Marathon '80- Live coverage of the Marathon from Hopkinton

25- News

AFTERNOON

12:00

5-10-12- News

9- $20,000 Pyramid

25- Gomer Pyle

27- Mass

56- Lucy Show

12:25

4- News

12:30

2- Over Easy

4- Sharon King

5-9-12- Ryan's Hope

7- Search for Tomorrow

10- Mary Tyler Moore

25- McHale's Navy

27- Movie- Stage Struck (1957)

56- Password Plus (from NBC)


1:00

2- Dick Cavett

5-9-12- All My Children

7- Young and The Restless

10- Days of Our Lives

25- Life of Riles

56- Partridge Family

1:30

2- Austin City Limits

4- Days of our Lives

6- Adam-12

25- Room 222

56- Banana Splits

1:45

38- Three Stooges

2:00

5-9-12- One Life To Live

6- As The World Turns

7- Marathon '80- The Finish of the Boston Marathon

10- The Doctors

25- Bullwinkle

38- Chico and the Man


56- Yogi Bear

2:30

2- Sesame Street

4-10- Another World

25- Rocket Robinhood

27- Medic

38- Andy Griffith

56- Casper, the Friendly Ghost

3:00

5-9-12- General Hospital

6-7- Guiding Light

25- Spiderman

27- Thje FBI

38- Beverly Hillbillies

56- Mighty Mouse

3:30

2- Villa Alegre

25- Krofft Superstars

38- I Dream of Jeannie

56- Woody Woodpecker

68- Gone but Not Forgotten


4:00

2-11- Sesame Street

4- Mike DOuglas

5- Rhoda

6- Movie- These Thousand Hills (1959)

7- Joker's Wild

9- Edge of Night

10-56- Tom and Jerry

12- Merv Griffin

25- Superman

27- Chico and the Man

38- Bewitched

68- Movie- Street Scene (1931)

4:30

5- Face the Music

7- Kung Fu

9- Gilligan's Island

10- Brady Bunch

25- Movie- The Royal African Rifles (1953)

27- Porky Pig

38- Bewitched

56- Flintstones

5:00
2- Mister Rogers

4- Match Game

5- Carol Burnett and Friends

9- Bonanza

10- Mary Tyler Moore

11- Mister Rogers

27- Bugs Bunny

38- Emergency!

44- Rebop

56- Brady Bunch

5:30

2- Electric Company

4- News

5- All in the Family

7- Welcome Back Kotter

10- Happy Days Again

11- Over Easy

12- M*A*S*H

27- Abbott and Costello

44- Villa Allegre

56- Brady Bunch

EVENING

6:00
2- Zoom

4-5-6-7-9-10-11-12- News

25- Get Smart

27- Gong Show

38- M*A*S*H

44- French Chef

56- Happy Days Again

68- Boston...Live!

6:30

2- Doctor Who

6- CBS News

9-12 ABC News

10- NBC News

11- Cong. Jim Siegelman

25- Best of Jackie Gleason

27- Candid Camera

38- Bob Newhart

44- Over Easy

56- Good Times

7:00

2-11- MacNeil/Lehrer Report

4- NBC News

5- ABC News
6- News

7- CBS News

9- To Be Announced

10- PM Magazine

12- Newlywed Game

25- Rockford Files

27- Kojak

38- M*A*S*H

44- DIck Cavett

56- Sanford and Son

7:30

2- Wild, Wild World of Animals

4- Evening Magazine

5- Park Street Under

6- $1.98 Beauty Show

7- Newlywed Game

9- Wild Kingdom

10- Tic Tac Dough

11- Dick Cavett

12- Cross-Wits

38- Odd Couple

44- MacNeil/Lehrer Report

56- Benny Hill


8:00

2-11 James Michener's World

4-10- Little House on the Prairie

5-9-12- That's Incredible

6-7- WKRP in Cincinnati

25- Bonanza

27- Billy Graham Documentary

38- Stanley Cup Hockey Playoffs- Game 4 of the 1980 Adams Finals- Boston Bruins @ New York
Islanders (Bruins win 4-3 in overtime)

44- OPnce Upon A Classic

56- Movie- The Scalphunters (1968)

8:30

6-7- Stockard Channing Show

9:00

2-11- American Short Story- "The Blue Hotel"

4-10- Mvoie- The Great Cash Giveaway (1980)

5-9- Movie- Waikiki (1980)

6-7- M*A*S*H

12- Steve and Eydie

25- 700 Club

27- Princess

44- Advocates in Brief

9:30
6-7- Flo

27- Catholic Connection

44- The Americans

10:00

2-11- The Boston Marathon 1980

6-7- Lou Grant

12-56- Billy Graham

27- News

44- Dick Cavett

10:30

25- Rock Church Proclaims

27- Inside Worcester

38- Boston Bruins Wrap-Up

44- MacNeil/Lehrer Report

11:00

2- Sports Nightly

4-5-6-7-9-10-11-12- News

27- Fernwood Tonight

38- Maude

44- Captioned ABC news (both WENH and WGBX signed-off at 11:30pm)

56- Prisoner: Cell Block H


11:30

2- That's It In Sports- (WGBH would sign-off at midnight)

4-10- Tonight Show

5-9- ABC News Nightline

6-7- Harry O

12- M*A*S*H

25- Big Valley

27- Movie- Lady of Burlesque (1943)

38- Dave Allen at Large

56- Best of Groucho

12:00

12- ABC News

38- Phil Silvers

12:20

5-9-12- Police Woman

12:30

38- Our Miss Brooks

12:40

6-7- McCloud

1:00
4-10- Tomorrow

1:30

27- News

1:35

5- Nightshift

9- News

2:00

4-10- News

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04-12-2006, 09:02 PM #2

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Re: RETRO BOSTON TV- PATRIOTS DAY 1980

I thought that WBZ-4 began it's annual live wire-to-wire broadcasts of the Boston Marathon in
1980. I remember watching it, and if my memory serves me correct, Tony Pepper and Roger
Twibell were co-hosts.

Maybe WBZ's decision to do live wire-to-wire coverage in 1980 was a last-minute decision
(maybe on a few days' notice, but I'm surprised that the Boston Globe's TV listings weren't
updated to reflect the extended coverage). I think WBZ's first TV news copter went into service
in the early Spring of 1980, which would have allowed it to both shoot footage from over the
course, and to relay microwave signals from a truck travelling with the lead runner back to the
station.

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01-18-2007, 08:50 PM #3
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Re: RETRO BOSTON TV- PATRIOTS DAY 1980

This was the infamous Rosie Ruiz Boston Marathon.

What exactly is Patriot's Day?

A Massachusetts state holiday, marking the battles of Lexington and Concord, Paul Revere's
ride ... you know, the beginnings of the American Revolution.

It's a holiday which is celebrated in just two states - Massachusetts and Maine, the latter which
used to be the larger part of Massachusetts. (I can't believe that Mass. once bordered Canada at
one time!)

Retro: Fresno. Wednesday, Nov. 23, 1977

Source: The Fresno Bee

KMTF 18 (PBS)

AM

8 Sesame Street

9 In-school programming until 3 p.m. (specific shows not listed)

PM

3 Villa Alegre

3:30 Electric Company

4 Sesame Street

5 Mister Rogers

5:30 Lilias, Yoga And You

6 Zoom

6:30 English As A Second Language


7 Over Easy (guest: Richard Brooks, director of Looking For Mr. Goodbar)

7:30 Studio 18

8 Nova

9 Great Performances

10:30 Me And Stella

11 Dick Cavett (guest: William F. Buckley Jr.)

KFTV 21

PM

1 Un Demonio Con Angel

2 Todo Un Hombre

3 El Show De La Tarde

4 Manana Sera Otro Dia

4:30 Mi Hermana La Nena

5:30 Noticiero

6 Super Musical

6:30 Corazon Salvaje

7 24 Horas

8 La Usurpadora

9 Lucha Libre

10 Mundos Opuestos

10:30 Noticiero

KMJ-TV 24 (NBC)

AM
6:15 Noticias En Total

6:30 Early Childhood Reading

7 Today

9 Sanford And Son

9:30 Hollywood Squares

10 Wheel of Fortune

10:30 Knockout

11 To Say The Least

11:30 Chico And The Man

PM

12N News

12:15 Today in Agriculture

12:30 Days Of Our Lives

1:30 Doctors

2 Another World

3 Dinah

4 Get Smart

4:30 Emergency One

5:30 5:30 (name of the show is 5:30)

6 NBC News

6:30 News

7 Mary Tyler Moore

7:30 Tattletales

8 Grizzly Adams

9 NBC Movie of the Week: The Last Mohicans


11 News

11:30 Tonight Show (Johnny Mathis is guest)

1A Tomorrow

KMPH 26

AM

7 700 Club

8 Archies

8:30 Yogi and Huck

9 Little Rascals

9:30 Leave It to Beaver

10 Movie: The Corn Is Green

PM

12 Perry Mason

1 Movie: The Swimmer

3 Our Gang

3:30 Flintstones

4:30 Brady Bunch

5 I Dream Of Jeannie

5:30 Andy Griffith

6 My Three Sons

6:30 Hogans Heroes

7 Rookies

8 NBA Basketball: Los Angeles Lakers at Seattle Supersonics

10 Coral Jungle
11 Forever Fernwood

11:30 700 Club

KFSN 30 (CBS)

AM

6 Sunrise Semester

6:30 Right To Know

7 CBS News

8 Captain Kangaroo

9 Phil Donahue (guest: Muhammad Ali)

10 Match Game

10:30 Love of Life

10:55 CBS News

11 Young And The Restless

11:30 Search for Tomorrow

PM

12 News

12:30 As The World Turns

1:30 Guiding Light

2:30 All In The Family

3 Tattletales

3:30 Mike Douglas (guests not listed)

4:30 Merv Griffin (guests Sammy Davis Jr., Foster Brooks, Susan Anton, Marty Brill)

6 CBS News

6:30 News
7 Cross Wits

7:30 Hollywood Squares

8 Special: Brothers Grimm

10 Special: George Burns (guests: Bob Hope, Ann-Margret, Captain and Tennille, Gladys Knight
and the Pips)

11 News

11:30 CBS Late Movie: 1: Hawaii Five-O: The Child Stealers; 2: She Cried Murder

1:30A Right To Know

KJEO 47 (ABC)

AM

7 Good Morning America

9 A.M. Fresno

9:30 Edge of Night

10 Happy Days

10:30 $20,000 Pyramid

11 The Better Sex

11:30 Family Feud

PM

12 All My Children

1 Ryans Hope

1:30 One Life To Live

2:15 General Hospital

3 Jokers Wild

3:30 Hollywood Connection

4 Mickey Mouse Club


4:30 Bugs Bunny and Friends

5 Big Valley

6 ABC News

6:30 News

7 Newlywed Game

7:30 Thats Hollywood

8 Eight Is Enough

9 Charlies Angels

10 Baretta

11 News

11:30 Starsky and Hutch; Mystery of the Week (to 2 a.m.)

KAIL 53

PM

6 Public Policy Forum (no listings for Ch. 53 before 6 p.m.)

7 Athletes

7:30 C.S.U.F.

8:30 Faith That Lives

9 Praise The Lord

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Re: Retro: Fresno. Wednesday, Nov. 23, 1977

For a market as small as Fresno, even back then, they sure had plenty of TV stations.

I saw the KMPH listing for the Lakers-Sonics telecast (two pretty good teams back--in fact, Seattle
won the Western Conference title that season), but didn't the Golden State Warriors have (or
ever had) their games televised in the Fresno market? I could sworn I saw a listing once for a
Warriors telecasts in Fresno.

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Re: Retro: Fresno. Wednesday, Nov. 23, 1977

Interesting about KFSN it was a Capital Cities station prior to their surprise purchase of ABC in
1985(which the couldn't have done without the help their biggest owned station, WPVI in
Philly). When Capital Cities merged they decided to keep KFSN, and they changed its affliation
from CBS to ABC, in process selling off historic ABC O&O WXYZ in Detroit(Remember the O&O
limit went from seven to twelve, and they were still over the limit with the merger).

Capital Cities/ABC would end up being bought out by Disney and with the ushering of the
Telecom Act of '96, KFSN still remains to this day an ABC O&O in Market #55
When exactly did KMPH and KAIL sign on?

According to Wikipedia, KMPH signed on October 11, 1971, while KAIL opened in 1961 (though I
thought it went on the air earlier than that).

RETRO: Philadelphia - Tuesday 10/11/1983

Source: TV Guide, Philadelphia Edition

-Philadelphia-

3 KYW (NBC)

6 WPVI (ABC)

10 WCAU (CBS)

17 WPHL (Ind.)

29 WTAF (Ind.)

-Wilmington-Phila.-

12 WHYY (PBS)

-Newark-

13 WNET (PBS)

-Camden-

23 WNJS (NJN)

-Vineland-

65 WRBV (Ind.)
-Wildwood-

40 WAAT (NBC)

-Secaucus-

9 WOR (Ind.)

-Trenton-

52 WNJT (NJN)

-New York City-

2 WCBS (CBS)

4 WNBC (NBC)

5 WNEW (Ind.)

7 WABC (ABC)

11 WPIX (Ind.)

-5 AM-

10,2 CBS NEWS CONTINUES

7 OCEANUS: THE MARINE ENVIRONMENT

11 BIOGRAPHY

-5:05-

9 NEWS

-5:20-
3 FARM, HOME AND GARDEN

-5:30-

3,7 MORNING STRETCH

6 PERSPECTIVE

4 HEALTH FIELD

9 JOE FRANKLIN

11 INN NEWS

-5:50-

29 COMMUNITY UPDATE

-6 AM-

3 NBC NEWS

6 ABC/LOCAL NEWS

10 FOCUS ON THE BLACK COMMUNITY

17 DELAWARE VALLEY FORUM

29 HEALTH FIELD

40 JIMMY SWAGGART

2 DAYBREAK

4 TODAY IN NEW YORK

5 NEW ZOO REVUE

7 ABC NEWS

11 20 MINUTE WORKOUT
-6:25-

2 EDITORIAL

-6:30-

3 NEWS

10,2 CBS NEWS

17 D. JAMES KENNEDY

29 NEW ZOO REVUE

40,4 NBC NEWS

5 POPEYE

9 JIMMY SWAGGART

11 TOM & JERRY & FRIENDS

-7 AM-

3,40,4 TODAY

6,7 GOOD MORNING AMERICA

10,2 CBS NEWS

17 LITTLE RASCALS

29 POPEYE

5 WOODY WOODPECKER

9 700 CLUB

-7:30-

17 WOODY WOODPECKER

29 TOM & JERRY


5 BUGS AND PORKY

11 PINK PANTHER

13 NEW JERSEY NEWS

-8 AM-

5 WOODY WOODPECKER

9 NEW JERSEY REPORT

11 SCOOBY-DOO

13 MacNEIL, LEHRER NEWSHOUR

-8:30-

17 CASPER

29 JOSIE & THE PUSSYCATS

5 FLINTSTONES

9 STRAIGHT TALK

11 TOM AND JERRY

-8:45-

12 A.M. WEATHER

-9 AM-

3 HOUR MAGAZINE

6 PHIL DONAHUE

10 20 MINUTE WORKOUT

12,13 SESAME STREET


17 JIM BAKKER

29 BUGS BUNNY & DAFFY DUCK

40 PHIL DONAHUE

2 TIC TAC DOUGH

4 PHIL DONAHUE

5 I LOVE LUCY

7 MORNING SHOW

11 GREAT SPACE COASTER

-9:30-

10 TATTLETALES

29 NEWSPROBE

2 JOKER'S WILD

5 MY THREE SONS

9 CNN HEADLINE NEWS

11 HERMAN BADILLO'S URBAN JOURNAL

-10 AM-

3 PEOPLE ARE TALKING

6 AM/PHILADELPHIA

10,2 $25,000 PYRAMID

12 MISTER ROGERS

17 700 CLUB

29,40,4 DIFF'RENT STROKES

5 WELCOME BACK, KOTTER


9 ROMPER ROOM AND FRIENDS

-10:30-

10,2 PRESS YOUR LUCK

29 GILLIGAN'S ISLAND

40,4 SALE OF THE CENTURY

5 ALL IN THE FAMILY

7 WOMAN TO WOMAN

11 RICHARD SIMMONS

-11 AM-

3,40,4 WHEEL OF FORTUNE

6 JOKER'S WILD

10,2 PRICE IS RIGHT

12 3-2-1 CONTACT

17 JIMMY SWAGGART

29 RICHARD SIMMONS

65 FNN FINANCIAL NEWS

5 BREAKAWAY

7 BENSON

9 BONANZA

11 ROCKFORD FILES

-11:25-

65 DELAWARE VALLEY STOCK PRICE UPDATE


-11:30-

3,40,4 DREAM HOUSE

6,7 LOVING

12 FOOTSTEPS

17 BEWITCHED

29 WOMAN TO WOMAN

65 FNN FINANCIAL NEWS

-Noon-

3,6,9 NEWS

10 LOVE CONNECTION

12 FOCUS ON SOCIETY

17 LEAVE IT TO BEAVER

23,52 AMERICAN STORY

29 MOVIE: "The Hostage" (1966)

40,4 GO!

65 FNN FINANCIAL NEWS

2 TATTLETALES

5 MIDDAY

7 FAMILY FEUD

11 INN NEWS

-12:30-

3 CARD SHARKS
6,7 RYAN'S HOPE

10,2 YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS

12 FOCUS ON SOCIETY

17 McHALE'S NAVY

23,52 COMPUTER PROGRAMME

40,4 SEARCH FOR TOMORROW

11 MOVIE: "Black Narcissus" (English; 1947)

13 BUSINESS OF MANAGEMENT

-1 PM-

3,40,4 DAYS OF OUR LIVES

6,7 ALL MY CHILDREN

12 LIVE FROM LINCOLN CENTER

17 FAMILY

65 FNN FINANCIAL NEWS

5 HOUR MAGAZINE

9 MOVIE: "The Crawling Eye" (1958)

-1:30-

10,2 AS THE WORLD TURNS

-2 PM-

3,40,4 ANOTHER WORLD

6,7 ONE LIFE TO LIVE

17 MUNSTERS
23,52 SHORT STORY SHOWCASE

29 GREAT SPACE COASTER

65 FNN FINANCIAL NEWS

5 NEWS

-2:15-

5 POPEYE

-2:30-

10,2 CAPITOL

17,29 POPEYE

9 IN SEARCH OF...

11 MAGIC GARDEN

13 TOMORROW'S FAMILIES

-3 PM-

3 HAWAII FIVE-O

6,7 GENERAL HOSPITAL

10,2 GUIDING LIGHT

12 ELECTRIC COMPANY

17 BRADY BUNCH

23,52 FOCUS ON SOCIETY

29 TOM & JERRY

40,4 FANTASY

65 FNN FINANCIAL NEWS


5 INSPECTOR GADGET

9 FAMILY

11 TOM & JERRY & FRIENDS

13 OVER EASY

-3:30-

12 3-2-1 CONTACT

17,11 PINK PANTHER

29 HE-MAN AND THE MASTERS OF THE UNIVERSE

5 WOODY WOODPECKER AND BUGS BUNNY

13 STATE OF THE ARTS

-3:55-

65 RICHARD NEY REPORT

-4 PM-

3 WALTONS

6 MERV GRIFFIN

10 CHARLIE'S ANGELS

12,13 SESAME STREET

17 DANCIN' ON AIR

23 MISTER ROGERS

29,11 SUPERFRIENDS

40 EDGE OF NIGHT

65 FNN FINANCIAL NEWS


2 BARNABY JONES

4 LOVE CONNECTION

5 HE-MAN AND THE MASTERS OF THE UNIVERSE

7 EDGE OF NIGHT

9 MOVIE: "Of Human Bondage" (English; 1963)

-4:30-

23,52 SESAME STREET

29 SCOOBY DOO

40 RICHARD SIMMONS

4 PEOPLE'S COURT

5 WHAT'S HAPPENING!!

7 EYEWITNESS EXTRA

11 HAPPY DAYS AGAIN

-5 PM-

3,6,10,2,7 NEWS

12,13 MISTER ROGERS

17 LITTLE HOUSE ON THE PRAIRIE

29 WHAT'S HAPPENING

40 HOUR MAGAZINE

65 FNN FINANCIAL NEWS

4 LIVE AT FIVE

5 ONE DAY AT A TIME

11 LITTLE HOUSE ON THE PRAIRIE


-5:30-

12 DELAWARE/NEWS 12

23,52 INTERNATIONAL KITCHEN

29 LAVERNE & SHIRLEY

5 WKRP IN CINCINNATI

13 Y.E.S. INC.

-6 PM-

3,6,10,40,2,4,7 NEWS

12 MacNEIL, LEHRER NEWSHOUR

17 BARNEY MILLER

23,52 UNTAMED WORLD

29 HAPPY DAYS AGAIN

65 MOVIE: To Be Announced

5 THREE'S COMPANY

9 BUCK ROGERS

11 LOVE BOAT

13 NEW JERSEY NEWS

-6:30-

3,40 NBC NEWS

6 ABC NEWS

10 CBS NEWS

17 JEFFERSONS
23,52 WOODWRIGHT'S SHOP

29 M*A*S*H

5 TAXI

13 NIGHTLY BUSINESS REPORT

-6:55-

2 EDITORIAL

-7 PM-

3 PEOPLE'S COURT

6 TIC TAC DOUGH

10 ENTERTAINMENT TONIGHT

12 NIGHTLY BUSINESS REPORT

17 THREE'S COMPANY

23,52 CONSUMER LINE

29 M*A*S*H

40 PHIL DONAHUE

2 CBS NEWS

4 NBC NEWS

5 M*A*S*H

7 ABC NEWS

9 ROWAN & MARTIN'S LAUGH-IN

11 FANTASY ISLAND

13 MacNEIL, LEHRER NEWSHOUR


-7:30-

3 EVENING MAGAZINE

6 WHEEL OF FORTUNE

10,4 FAMILY FEUD

12 AUDUBON WILDLIFE THEATRE

17 THREE'S COMPANY

23,52 NEW JERSEY NEWS

29 TAXI

2 MUPPET SHOW

5 ALL IN THE FAMILY

7 ENTERTAINMENT TONIGHT

9 BENNY HILL

11 NEWS

-8 PM-

3,40,4 A-TEAM

6,7 WORLD SERIES

10,2 MISSISSIPPI

12,13 NOVA

17 MOVIE: "The Cracker Factory" (Made for TV; 1979)

23,52 OIL KINGDOMS

29 MOVIE: "Harry and Walter Go to New York" (1976)

5 PM MAGAZINE

9 MOVIE: "I Want to Keep My Baby" (1976)

11 MOVIE: "The Lady Vanishes" (English; 1938)


-8:30-

5 CAROL BURNETT AND FRIENDS

-9 PM-

3,40,4 REMINGTON STEELE

10,2 MOVIE: "Night Partners" (Made for TV; 1983)

12,13 VIETNAM: A TELEVISION HISTORY

23,52 MASTERPIECE THEATRE

5 MERV GRIFFIN

-10 PM-

3,40,4 TELEVISION'S GREATEST COMMERCIALS II

12 WORLD

17 ROWAN & MARTIN'S LAUGH-IN

23,52 NEW JERSEY NEWS

5 NEWS

9 SAINT

11 INN NEWS

13 FOR LIFE'S SAKE, LET'S FIGHT

-10:30-

17 WKRP IN CINCINNATI

23,52 IMAGENES LATINAS

29 INN NEWS
11 NEWS

-11 PM-

3,6,10,40,2,4,7 NEWS

12 DOCTOR WHO

17 VIDEO ROCK

23,52 LAWMAKERS

29 JEFFERSONS

5 M*A*S*H

9 SOAP

11 BARNEY MILLER

13 GREAT PERFORMANCES

-11:30-

3,40,4 TONIGHT

6,7 NIGHTLINE

10,2 MAGNUM, P.I.

12 MONTY PYTHON'S FLYING CIRCUS

17,5 THICKE OF THE NIGHT

29 STARSKY & HUTCH

9 HAWAII FIVE-O

11 HONEYMOONERS

-Mid.-

11 SANFORD AND SON


-12:30-

3,40,4 LATE NIGHT WITH DAVID LETTERMAN

6 MOVIE: "Trial Run" (1968)

29 MOVIE: "Shalako" (English; 1968)

7 WORLD SERIES UNSUNG HEROES

9 CHILDREN RUNNING OUT OF TIME

11 SATURDAY NIGHT

-12:40-

10,2 McCLOUD

-1 AM-

17 MOVIE: "Love Letters" (1945)

5 HOGAN'S HEROES

7 MOVIE: "A Brand New Life" (Made for TV; 1973)

-1:30-

3,4 NBC NEWS

5 CHICO AND THE MAN

9 CNN HEADLINE NEWS

11 INN NEWS

-2 AM-

10,2 CBS NEWS


5 MOVIE: "The Fighting Seabees" (1944)

9 JOE FRANKLIN

11 EMERGENCY!

-2:30-

3 MOVIE: "Copper Sky" (1957)

6 PERSPECTIVE

4 MORE REAL PEOPLE

-3 AM-

4 MARY TYLER MOORE

7 NEWS

9 MOVIE: "Man Without a Star" (1955)

11 MOVIE: "The Lemon Drop Kid" (1951)

-3:10-

17 DELAWARE VALLEY FORUM

-3:30-

4 BOB NEWHART

-4 AM-

4 HERE'S LUCY

-4:15-
3 NEWS

-4:20-

3 MOVIE: "Murder in the Private Car" (1934)

-4:30-

4 NEWS

-4:55-

7 NEWS

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Thank you for answering my request!

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Re: RETRO: Philadelphia - Tuesday 10/11/1983

Could you please post Saturday 10/8/83?

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-8 PM-

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6,7 WORLD SERIES

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Game One of the Fall Classic from Memorial Stadium. Phillies 2, Orioles 1. John Denny beat Scott
McGregor. Save to Al Holland. That was the year of the "Wheeze Kids."
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WTAF seemed to have the better hand at acquiring cartoons. Also note the inclusion of "Scooby-
Doo" and "Josie and the Pussycats" on the WTAF lineup; Taft also owned Hanna-Barbera at the
time of this schedule!

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Re: RETRO: Philadelphia - Tuesday 10/11/1983

Mikey, could you please post listings for Saturday 10/8/83?

Raleigh NC July 19th 1995

Source: TV Guide

Two strange oddities-there was no local news on WRDC, and WNCN picked up NBC
Nightside...another one is Bold and the Beautiful airing at 1PM.

WRAL 5 (CBS)

5 AM Up to the Minute

5:30 CBS News

6 AM News

7 AM This Morning

9 AM Maury Povich

10 AM Marilu

11 AM Price Is Right

12 PM News

12:30 12:30 Report

1 PM Bold and the Beautiful

1:30 Roseanne

2 PM As the World Turns

3 PM Guiding Light

4 PM Young and the Restless

5 PM News
5:30 News

6 PM News

6:30 CBS News

7 PM Inside Edition

7:30 Extra

8 PM Christy

9 PM Northern Exposure

10 PM Under Suspicion

11 PM News

11:35 David Letterman

12:35 Extra

1:05 Entertainment Tonight

1:35 Tom Snyder

2:35 Up to the Minute

WTVD 11 (ABC)

5:30 ABC News

6 AM Good Morning Carolina

7 AM Good Morning America

9 AM Phil Donahue

10 AM Sally Jessy Raphael

11 AM Mike & Maty

12 PM News

12:30 Loving

1 PM All My Children
2 PM One Life to Live

3 PM General Hospital

4 PM Oprah Winfrey

5 PM News

5:30 News

6 PM News

6:30 ABC News

7 PM Jeopardy!

7:30 Wheel of Fortune

8 PM Me and the Boys

8:30 Ellen

9 PM Grace Under Fire

9:30 Roseanne

10 PM Primetime Live

11 PM News

11:35 Nightline

12:05 American Journal

12:30 Rescue 911

1 AM Rolonda

2 AM News

2:30 World News Now

4:30 Oprah Winfrey

WNCN 17 (WB)

5 AM Shepherds Chapel Bible Study


6 AM This Mornings Business

6:30 Brady Bunch

7 AM Biker Mice

7:30 Samurai Syber-Squad

8 AM Pink Panther

8:30 Scooby Doo

9 AM Hawaii Five-O

10 AM Other Side

11 AM Perry Mason

12 PM Perry Mason

1 PM Simon & Simon

2 PM Magnum, P.I.

3 PM Montel Williams

4 PM Leeza

5 PM Beverly Hills, 90210

6 PM Doogie Howser, M.D.

6:30 Doogie Howser, M.D.

7 PM Top Cops

7:30 Real Stories of the Highway Patrol

8 PM The Parent Hood

8:30 The Parent Hood

9 PM Wayans Bros.

9:30 Unhappily Ever After

10 PM Real Stories of the Highway Patrol

10:30 Top Cops


11 PM Montel Williams

12 AM Night Heat

1 AM Infomercials

2 AM FM-TV

2:05 NBC Nightside

WLFL 22 (Fox)

6 AM Kenneth Copeland

6:30 Conan the Adventurer

7 AM Transformers

7:30 Bobbys World

8 AM Aladdin

8:30Bonkers

9 AM Goof Troop

9:30 Darkwing Duck

10 AM Captain Planet

10:30 Cubhouse

11 AM Family Matters

11:30 Coach

12 PM Geraldo

1 PM Jenny Jones

2 PM Ronin Warriors

2:30 Garfield

3 PM Tiny Toons (Fox Kids)


3:30 Taz-Mania (Fox Kids)

4 PM Animaniacs (Fox Kids)

4:30 Power Rangers (Fox Kids)

5 PM Full House

5:30 Family Matters

6 PM Different World

6:30 Different World

7 PM Fresh Prince

7:30 Simpsons

8 PM Beverly Hills, 90210

9 PM Party of Five

10 PM News

10:35 Cops

11 PM Star Trek

12 AM Hard Copy

12:30 Dear John

1 AM M*A*S*H

1:30 Munsters Today

2 AM Love Connection

2:30 News

WRDC 28 (NBC/UPN)

6 AM Mac & Brenda Timberlake

6:30 NBC News

7 AM Today
9 AM Regis & Kathie Lee

10 AM Gordon Elliott

11 AM Jones & Jury

11:30 Family Feud

12 PM Northern Exposure

1 PM Days of Our Lives

2 PM Another World

3 PM Richard Bey

4 PM In the Heat of the Night

5 PM Ricki Lake

6 PM Current Affair

6:30 NBC News

7 PM Star Trek: The Next Generation

8 PM High Sierra Search and Rescue

9 PM Dateline NBC

10 PM Law & Order

11 PM Cheers

11:35 Jay Leno

12:35 Conan OBrien

1:35 Greg Kinnear

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Re: Raleigh NC July 19th 1995

WRDC never--and I mean never--had

any luck with local news; I remember at one

point in the late '70s they had their local news

at 7:30, after John Chancellor (WNCN does a

newscast from 7 to 8, after Brian Williams, and

I think it may do slightly better than 28's newscasts

ever did).

WNCN was still independent in July 1995 (I'm

not sure of the exact date NBC bought it), but

it was less than two months away from becoming

NBC for the Triangle. So if 28 wanted to pre-empt

Nightside, 17 was the logical place for it to go.

WRAL's running B&B at 1, followed by Golden Girls

at 1:30, wasn't exactly the best programming flow;

they eventually put B&B back at 1:30, with a syndicated

show at 1. I seem to recall that B&B aired a day behind,


and when it went back to 1:30 (on a Monday), WRAL

ran Friday's episode at 1, then got back in pattern at

1:30. As The World Turns and Guiding Light are still

in pattern at 2 and 3, respectively (don't look for any

CBS stations in this neck of the woods to move GL to

the morning), and Young And The Restless is still on

at 4.

Can you please post the listing for WUNC-TV 4 (PBS)?

I would if I could but unfortunately I found them off another board a few years ago and they
didn't include WUNC. I saved a bunch of ones that interested me at the time but I've been
deleting them off my computer, and most don't qualify to be retro.

Two strange oddities-there was no local news on WRDC, and WNCN picked up NBC
Nightside...another one is Bold and the Beautiful airing at 1PM.

Not to mention a commercial station airing kids' programming past 10 AM! And I thought the old
WLVI was the only one that dared done that!

Retro: Albuquerque, Friday, May 3, 1974

Source: Santa Fe New Mexican

KOB-TV 4 (NBC)

AM

6 Today

8 Dinah Shore

8:30 Jeopardy

9 Wizard of Odds
9:30 Hollywood Squares

10 Jackpot

10:30 Celebrity Sweepstakes

10:55 NBC News

11 Truth or Consequences

11:30 Three On A Match

PM

12 Days Of Our Lives

12:30 Doctors

1 Another World

1:30 How To Survive A Marriage

2 Merv Griffin

3 Green Acres

3:30 Lucy Show

4 Mission Impossible

5 News (Schedule doesnt note NBC or local at 5 and 6)

5:30 I Dream of Jeannie

6 News

6:30 Hee Haw

7:30 Brian Keith

8 Dean Martin

9 National Geographic special: Wild River

10 News

10:30 Tonight

12 Midnight Special
1:30 News

KNME 5 (PBS)

AM

8:15 Prelude

8:30 French Chef

9 Electric Company

9:30 Performance

9:40 Sound-Go-Round

10 Sesame Street

11 Zoom

11:30 Mister Rogers

PM

12 Advocates

1 Color Bars

1:10 Music Kaleidoscope

1:30 Sound-Go-Round

1:50 Performance

2 Designing Woman

2:30 Hablemos Espanol

3 New Mexico Outdoors

3:30 Projections in Education

4 Sesame Street

5 Mister Rogers

5:30 Electric Company


6 UNM Reports

6:30 Lobo Lair

7 Aviation Weather

7:30 Wall Street Week

8 Washington Week In Review

8:30 Creative Process

9 Spanish Film

KOAT 7 (ABC)

AM

7:00 7 A.M. 7 (exactly as listed)

8:30 Galloping Gourmet

9 Dick Van Dyke

9:30 Brady Bunch

10 Password

10:30 Split Second

11 All My Children

11:30 Lets Make A Deal

PM

12 Newlywed Game

12:30 Girl In My Life

1 General Hospital

1:30 One Life To Live

2 Movie: Turn Curtain

4 Petticoat Junction
4:30 Love, American Style

5 ABC News

5:30 Dragnet

6 News

6:30 Movie: A Time For Every Season

8:30 Odd Couple

9 Toma

10 News

10:30 Movie: Someone At The Top Of The Stairs

KGGM 13 (CBS)

AM

6 News

7 Captain Kangaroo

8 Jokers Wild

8:30 Gambit

9 Now You See It

9:30 Love Of Life

9:55 CBS News

10 The Young and the Restless

10:30 Search for Tomorrow

11 My Favorite Martian

11:30 As The World Turns

PM

12 News
12:30 Forum 13

1 Price Is Right

1:30 Match Game

2 Tattletales

2:30 Edge Of Night

3 That Girl

3:30 Beverly Hillbillies

4 Bonanza

5 Hogans Heroes

5:30 News

6 CBS News

6:30 Good Times

7 Movie: Terror On The Beach

8:30 Pilot Film: Mr. and Mrs. Cop

9 Kojak

10 News

10:30 Movie: The House That Dripped Blood

When did KOB carry Sanford and Son since it was pre-empted on Friday nights for Hee Haw? I
also noticed that KOB didn't carry Somerset either.

Good question!

Also missing is Guiding Light....

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I'm always surprised to see Guiding Light missing

from these 1974 Albuquerque schedules. I know

that I went out there in '77, and that I used to

see the New Mexico edition of TV Guide regularly

when I lived in Texas (same time), and that Channel

13 was carrying GL by that time. Of course, in

'74 GL was on at noon (Mountain); in '77 it was on

at 12:30, so my guess is that 13 picked it up in

December '75 when As The World Turns went to

an hour (11:30-12:30), decided to delay ATWT (as it

does today), and put GL on after the noon news

(12:30).

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Quote Originally Posted by bpatrick

...and that I used to see the New Mexico edition of TV Guide regularly when I lived in Texas
(same time)...

Since the NM edition was used across the state--and time zone--line, did the top of each listings
page have a disclaimer stating the times were Mountain?

Quote Originally Posted by bpatrick

...decided to delay ATWT (as it does today)...

Can anyone with an inside to the KRQE-TV brain trust explain why they jumble the CBS daytime
schedule so badly, flipping shows and airing ATWT on a one-day delay? Why not just run it in
pattern 10-12 and 12:30-3 MT? Or if there's something sacred about Y&R being on at 1 and all
the other jumbling, use the alternate feed of GL and air it in the morning (same-day) instead of
ATWT (one day late...maybe...see next).

I was just about to state the same thing about KUTV Salt Lake City's daytime schedule, especially
since it is a CBS O&O (but that never stopped WCBS-TV, WBZ-TV, et al, prior to the alt feed of GL)
when I decided to compare ATWT story lines in the zap2it.com listings on Monday January 29 for
ABQ, SLC and NYC.

The ATWT synopsis listed for WCBS-TV NYC at 2 ET (live feed) is the same as what is listed for
KRQE-TV ABQ at 10 MT! Meanwhile, KUTV SLC at 11 MT shows a different story line which would
indicate one-day behind.

So...CBS Air Control folks and CBS affil MCOs, how can ABQ air the same episode two hours
before it's fed on the network? And if they have some pre-feed access trick up their sleeve, why
doesn't the CBS O&O in SLC do the same thing? Or are the zap2it.com listings incorrect?
Save AM radio...kill I-CRAP.

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Quite why many Mountain Time CBS stations air things out of pattern is unknown to me. Along
with KRQE and KUTV, there is also KKTV(Colorado Springs) and the Montana&Idaho CBS stations.
At one point when I lived in Denver KMGH(when it was CBS) started moving things around,
putting Bold and the Beautiful a day-behind at 10, Price is Right at 10:30, News at 11:30, and
then Young and the Restless at Noon. At one point they even picked up Loving(???) shifting the
schedule around again.

I live in Albuquerque now, and as far as I know As The World Turns is a day-behind. KRQE's
schedule outside of primetime use to be really screwy about 10 years ago before coming to their
current line-up. I think the reason they put Young and the Restless at 1(as opposed to 3PM,
when I first moved here) was to be more competitve for that timeslot, maybe; KRQE was stuck at
#3 forever, and it's only within the last couple of years(snatching popular anchors from other
stations, being bought by Lin TV) their fortunes have changed.

As for feeds, at one point NBC stations could air the soaps(when they had three) whenever they
wanted without delays back in the late 90s. I think it still exists, but most NBC stations air them
in pattern, although not for much longer since Zucker is gung-ho about cancelling soaps right
now.&#160;

Since the NM edition was used across the state--and time zone--line, did the top of each listings
page have a disclaimer stating the times were Mountain?
As far as I know, I never saw such a disclaimer. The old NM edition carried El Paso stations, and El
Paso is MT. There are a couple TX satellites in state-line towns, most notably KVIH in Clovis and
KUPT in Hobbs, but no disclaimers for them.

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If Channel 13 carried the morning feed of

Guiding Light they'd be airing it at either

7 AM or 8 AM (there are two morning feeds,

at 9 and 10 AM Eastern), much too early

for a soap.

As The World Turns is on the network at

12 Noon (Mountain), which is when a lot

of these Mountain stations have local news,

and there is no alternate feed. Y&R probably

is on at 1 for ratings reasons; to carry

the network feed would mean airing it at


either 10 or 10:30 AM (but in the '70s Y&R

came on in Albuquerque at 10--after

Love Of Life!). If KRQE doesn't want to

run ATWT at noon, it might make more sense

if it did what WTVF Nashville did up until last

fall: delay it until later in the afternoon.

I don't know why, for daytime, the networks

don't simply let the Mountain stations carry the

Pacific feeds (except for the early-morning shows);

Pacific follows Central time, so Mountain would be

on the same schedule as Eastern time (11 AM-4 PM,

with appropriate gaps). Any thoughts?

If Channel 13 carried the morning feed of Guiding Light they'd be airing it at either

7 AM or 8 AM (there are two morning feeds, at 9 and 10 AM Eastern), much too early

for a soap.

To clarify: Not suggesting they air it live, just that they record the alternate morning feed of GL
and air it in their current ATWT slot, with ATWT shifting to an afternoon slot.

It's been common knowledge on the board about the 10am ET alternate feed of GL, when did
CBS begin offering the third (9am ET) feed?

Quote Originally Posted by bpatrick

As The World Turns is on the network at 12 Noon (Mountain)...Y&R probably is on at 1 for ratings
reasons; to carry the network feed would mean airing it at either 10 or 10:30 AM
Or just air the whole daytime schedule in pattern on a one-hour delay. Y&R should be just as
strong at 11 MT as at 1, and many CT/MT/PT affils air it in late morning (11 or 11:30 local). They
could opt to flip TPIR with their syndie hour, airing TPIR "live" at 9 (as KPHO-TV PHX does).

Quote Originally Posted by bpatrick

I don't know why, for daytime, the networks don't simply let the Mountain stations carry the
Pacific feeds (except for the early-morning shows); Pacific follows Central time, so Mountain
would be on the same schedule as Eastern time (11 AM-4 PM,

with appropriate gaps). Any thoughts?

Don't get me started on "Pacific time plus one hour"--we have to deal with that from our stupid
cable company in PHX (they would like me to mention their name...) that has this love affair with
left coast feeds for cable nets. Cable prime in the winter, 9pm-midnight. Oooooh! >

But back to the idea at hand. I don't think the stations would like it since they'd have to fill until
11, they wouldn't get a news window until 1, and they'd have only one hour in late afternoon for
syndie product...if they had no newsers prior to Jive At Five.

Not sure if this still applies, but years ago the story was that the CBS affils in PHX and TUS could
not just take the left coast satellite for daytime in the summer (where MST clock time matched
the PDT feed) as the network would run some different spots aimed at the coast audience only.
So KOOL-TV and KOLD-TV had to stay with their two-hour delay pattern off the NYC feed, along
with a few spot "cut-ins" of their own from time to time (AZ was a big test market for some
advertisers).

I see your point about taping the GL morning feed. The 9 AM (ET) feed

began back in September, when WBZ Boston moved the show from 10 AM

to 9 in order to carry Rachael Ray at 10; WBZ is a CBS o&o. At the same time,

WKMG Orlando moved GL from 10 to 9, and two stations which were already

carrying it at 9 on a day-behind basis--WSBT South Bend and WGME Portland, ME,

were put on same-day.


The mechanics of this Mountain/Pacific thing are too complicated for my blood,

especially since Arizona stays on MST in the summer. But if the Mountain stations were allowed
to take the Pacific feed, Y&R could still air at 12:30 (it's on in LA

at 11:30 Pacific) and the local news could still air at noon. Anyway, it was just an idea.

And I need to clarify something. I should have said "same year" instead of "same time" when I
mentioned living in Texas and going to Albuquerque in '77. I may have implied I lived in El Paso;
actually, I lived in Dallas which, of course, is Central time, one hour ahead of Albuquerque.

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...how far back did "The Val de la O Show" start production? It was an Albuquerque-based talk
show that shifted between English and Spanish interviews and music. I recall it was syndicated in
the early '80s and appeared in Chicago on WBBS-TV/60 on Sunday nights in 1984 just before the
Spanish-tracked version of "Southwest Championship Wrestling"...

Hi everyone:

Quote Originally Posted by genius

Quite why many Mountain Time CBS stations air things out of pattern is unknown to me. Along
with KRQE and KUTV, there is also KKTV(Colorado Springs) and the Montana&Idaho CBS stations.
At one point when I lived in Denver KMGH(when it was CBS) started moving things around,
putting Bold and the Beautiful a day-behind at 10, Price is Right at 10:30, News at 11:30, and
then Young and the Restless at Noon. At one point they even picked up Loving(???) shifting the
schedule around again.

Well...First off all....I believe ABC had asked KMGH 7 to carry Loving once it became very clear to
ABC that KMGH wanted to sign with them instead of going with NBC since KUSA 9 wasn't even
carrying it at all (Not even late at night or on a one day delay). That's why they did that.

Also, let's not forget KCNC 4's carrying of Search For Tomorrow in the awkward time slot of 10:30
AM back in the '80s when NBC first picked up the show from CBS. This was also at a time when
KUSA 9 could barely make a go of carrying a morning soap opera with Ryan's Hope at that hour.
In addition, many years later, KCNC 4 also carried Guiding Light on a one day delay at 9:00 AM,
though this move didn't last long. As a result, the show is now back on at it's familiar 2:00 PM
time slot.

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Quote Originally Posted by Pat Cook

Also, let's not forget KCNC 4's carrying of Search For Tomorrow in the awkward time slot of 10:30
AM back in the '80s when NBC first picked up the show from CBS.
In the move to NBC, wasn't SFT returned to it's longtime 12:30 ET slot?

So KCNC-TV would have taken the live feed at 10:30 MT.

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RETRO HONOLULU, HI- Monday April 3 1972 Primetime-Tuesday April 4, 1972 Daytime

2 KHON-TV (NBC)/ Maui relay Ch. 7)

Monday April 3, 1972

4 PM Mike Douglas Show

5:30 News and Sports

6 PM News Conference

6:30 Laugh-In

7:30 Sanford and Son

8 PM Movie- Tell Them Willie Boy is Here

10 PM News and Sports

10:30 Tonight Show

12 AM NBC News (John Chancellor) (Delay)

12:30 Sign-Off

Tuesday April 4, 1972

7:30 Cartoon Time

8 AM New Jack LaLanne Show

8:30 Romper Room


9 AM Dinahs Place

9:30 Concentration

10 AM Sale of the Century

10:30 Hollywood Squares

11 AM Jeopardy

11:30 Who, What, When or Where Game

12 PM Three on a Match

12:30 Days of Our Lives

1 PM Movie- Escape in the Desert

2:30 The Doctors

3 PM Another World- Bay City

3:30 Somerset

4 KHVH-TV (ABC) (Maui relay, Ch. 12 and Hawaii Relay Ch. 2)

Monday April 3, 1972

4 PM Movie- Sweater Girl

5:30 Dragnet

6 PM News and Sports

6:30 Mayberry RFD

7 PM Special- A Small Town in Iowa

8 PM Movies- Wheeler and Murdoch/The New Healers

10:30 News and Sports

11 PM Dick Cavett Show

12 AM ABC News (Harry Reasoner/Howard K. Smith) (DELAY)

12:30 sign-off
Tuesday April 4, 1972

7 AM Cartoons

7:45 News

8 AM Batman

8:30 Love, American Style

9 AM All My Children

9:30 American Sportsman

10 AM The Don Robbs Show

11:30 Galloping Gourmet

12 PM General Hospital

12:30 Newlywed Game

1 PM One Life To Live

1:30 The Dating Game

2 PM Split Second

2:30 Lets Make A Deal

3 PM Password

3:30 Petticoat Junction

9 KGMB-TV (CBS)- Maui Relay- Ch. 3/Hawaii Relay (Ch. 9)

Monday April 3, 1972

4 PM Checkers and Pogo (continued)

5 PM Flintstones

5:30 Gilligans Island

6 PM News and Sports


6:30 This is Tom Jones

7:30 Doris Day Show

8 PM Heres Lucy

8:30 All In The Family

9 PM Combat

10 PM News and Sports

10:30 N.Y.P.D

11 PM 12 oclock High

12 AM CBS News (Walter Cronkite)

12:30 Movie- The Priests Wife

2:30 Movie- Dingaka

Tuesday April 4, 1972

4:55 Insight

5:30 Checkers and Pogo

8 AM Gomer Pyle U.S.M.C

8:30 Lucy Show

9 AM Love of Life

9:30 Secret Storm

10 AM Movie- Model and the Marriage

12 PM Edge of Night

12:30 As The World Turns

1 PM Love is a Many Splendored Thing

1:30 The Guiding Light

2 PM Search for Tomorrow


2:30 My Three Sons

3 PM Checkers and Pogo

11 KHET-TV (PBS) (Maui Relay on Ch. 10, Hawaii Relay on Ch. 4)

Monday April 3, 1972

4 PM HEP Dialects

4:30 Misterogers Neighborhood

5 PM Sesame Street

6 PM Electric Company

6:30 News Desk

7 PM Book Beat

7:30 The Advocates

8:30 Pau Hana Years

9 PM French Chef

9:30 Black Journal

10 PM Time of your Life

11 PM sign-off

Tuesday April 4, 1972

8:15 Newsdesk

8:40 Breakthrough

9 AM Talking Time

9:20 Wonderful World of Science

9:40 Community of Living Things

10 AM Studio Five
10:30 Ripples

10:40 Roundabout

11 AM Science: Hawaii

11:20 The Playground

11:40 Community of Living Things

12 PM Its Your Health

12:30 Sesame Street

1:30 Electric Company

2 PM Discovering Music

2:30 Pau Hana Years

3 PM A Time of your Life

3:30 Images and Things

13 KIEU-TV (Independent)

Monday April 3, 1972

5 PM Korean Hour

5:45 Japanese Program Guide

6 PM Cultural Film

6:15 Shumi to Guest No Corner

6:30 Asu E No Kagaku

6:45 Densuke Gekijo

7 PM Ozumo Chukei

7:30 Cooking Show

8 PM Shinshun abe kobe Taikai

9 PM Wakakusa Monogatari
9:30 Ai No Uzushio

10 PM English Highlights of Sumo

10:30 Asahi Shinbun News

11 PM Chiorikina

12 AM Sign-Off

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I wonder if KHON was the only NBC station not to carry the Today show.

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Quote Originally Posted by Peter J. Wiggins


Source: Honolulu Star-Bulletin

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2 KHON-TV (NBC)/ Maui relay Ch. 7)

Monday April 3, 1972

4 PM Mike Douglas Show

5:30 News and Sports

6 PM News Conference

6:30 Laugh-In

7:30 Sanford and Son

8 PM Movie- Tell Them Willie Boy is Here

10 PM News and Sports

10:30 Tonight Show

12 AM NBC News (John Chancellor) (Delay)

12:30 Sign-Off

Tuesday April 4, 1972

7:30 Cartoon Time

8 AM New Jack LaLanne Show

8:30 Romper Room

9 AM Dinahs Place

9:30 Concentration

10 AM Sale of the Century

10:30 Hollywood Squares


11 AM Jeopardy

11:30 Who, What, When or Where Game

12 PM Three on a Match

12:30 Days of Our Lives

1 PM Movie- Escape in the Desert

2:30 The Doctors

3 PM Another World- Bay City

3:30 Somerset

4 KHVH-TV (ABC) (Maui relay, Ch. 12 and Hawaii Relay Ch. 2)

Monday April 3, 1972

4 PM Movie- Sweater Girl

5:30 Dragnet

6 PM News and Sports

6:30 Mayberry RFD

7 PM Special- A Small Town in Iowa

8 PM Movies- Wheeler and Murdoch/The New Healers

10:30 News and Sports

11 PM Dick Cavett Show

12 AM ABC News (Harry Reasoner/Howard K. Smith) (DELAY)

12:30 sign-off

Tuesday April 4, 1972

7 AM Cartoons

7:45 News
8 AM Batman

8:30 Love, American Style

9 AM All My Children

9:30 American Sportsman

10 AM The Don Robbs Show

11:30 Galloping Gourmet

12 PM General Hospital

12:30 Newlywed Game

1 PM One Life To Live

1:30 The Dating Game

2 PM Split Second

2:30 Lets Make A Deal

3 PM Password

3:30 Petticoat Junction

9 KGMB-TV (CBS)- Maui Relay- Ch. 3/Hawaii Relay (Ch. 9)

Monday April 3, 1972

4 PM Checkers and Pogo (continued)

5 PM Flintstones

5:30 Gilligans Island

6 PM News and Sports

6:30 This is Tom Jones

7:30 Doris Day Show

8 PM Heres Lucy

8:30 All In The Family


9 PM Combat

10 PM News and Sports

10:30 N.Y.P.D

11 PM 12 oclock High

12 AM CBS News (Walter Cronkite)

12:30 Movie- The Priests Wife

2:30 Movie- Dingaka

Tuesday April 4, 1972

4:55 Insight

5:30 Checkers and Pogo

8 AM Gomer Pyle U.S.M.C

8:30 Lucy Show

9 AM Love of Life

9:30 Secret Storm

10 AM Movie- Model and the Marriage

12 PM Edge of Night

12:30 As The World Turns

1 PM Love is a Many Splendored Thing

1:30 The Guiding Light

2 PM Search for Tomorrow

2:30 My Three Sons

3 PM Checkers and Pogo

11 KHET-TV (PBS) (Maui Relay on Ch. 10, Hawaii Relay on Ch. 4)


Monday April 3, 1972

4 PM HEP Dialects

4:30 Misterogers Neighborhood

5 PM Sesame Street

6 PM Electric Company

6:30 News Desk

7 PM Book Beat

7:30 The Advocates

8:30 Pau Hana Years

9 PM French Chef

9:30 Black Journal

10 PM Time of your Life

11 PM sign-off

Tuesday April 4, 1972

8:15 Newsdesk

8:40 Breakthrough

9 AM Talking Time

9:20 Wonderful World of Science

9:40 Community of Living Things

10 AM Studio Five

10:30 Ripples

10:40 Roundabout

11 AM Science: Hawaii

11:20 The Playground


11:40 Community of Living Things

12 PM Its Your Health

12:30 Sesame Street

1:30 Electric Company

2 PM Discovering Music

2:30 Pau Hana Years

3 PM A Time of your Life

3:30 Images and Things

13 KIEU-TV (Independent)

Monday April 3, 1972

5 PM Korean Hour

5:45 Japanese Program Guide

6 PM Cultural Film

6:15 Shumi to Guest No Corner

6:30 Asu E No Kagaku

6:45 Densuke Gekijo

7 PM Ozumo Chukei

7:30 Cooking Show

8 PM Shinshun abe kobe Taikai

9 PM Wakakusa Monogatari

9:30 Ai No Uzushio

10 PM English Highlights of Sumo

10:30 Asahi Shinbun News

11 PM Chiorikina
12 AM Sign-Off

Judging from this schedule one has to wonder this:

Network evening news at 12Mid?

No "Captain Kangaroo" on KGMB?

Where's "Today"?

The Hawaii stations sure had a weird lineup.

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Quote Originally Posted by only1moore

Judging from this schedule one has to wonder this:

Network evening news at 12Mid?

No "Captain Kangaroo" on KGMB?

Where's "Today"?

The Hawaii stations sure had a weird lineup.


This is 1972, long before the nets went to satellite feeds. It was all Telco lines back in the 48
contiguous.

Most of the programming was shipped over (tape, maybe even some 16mm film--I'm not sure)
and likely aired a week late.

The evening newsers were flown over from El Lay each day after being recorded at 3:30pm PT
(probably on the United DC-8 you see in the Hawaii Five-O open ;D) for airing late night. Appears
the three HI affils all agreed to air them at midnight.

Save AM radio...kill I-CRAP.

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I acutally read on this board recently someone was saying that most shows in Hawaii were
delayed at least a week because obviously, THIS IS 1972, so not airing Today makes sense. Would
you want to watch at the minimum a day old show of Today? :

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Here ya go:

http://www.radio-info.com/smf/index....c,37984.0.html

Retro: North Carolina Monday, September 10, 1979 (Part 1)

From TV Guide, North Carolina Edition. Charlotte,

the Triad, and the Triangle are on this post; Part

2 covers eastern North Carolina, Columbia and

Florence, SC, and cable superstations.

CHARLOTTE

WBTV Ch. 3 (CBS)

6:10 Story Of Jesus

6:15 This Morning

7 AM Morning With Bob Schieffer

8 AM Captain Kangaroo

9 AM Donahue

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

1 PM Search For Tomorrow

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

7:30 PM Magazine

8 PM How Bugs Bunny Won The West

8:30 Puff The Magic Dragon

9 PM M*A*S*H

9:30 WKRP In Cincinnati

10 PM Lou Grant

11 PM News

11:30 Harry O

12:40 McMillan & Wife

WSOC Ch. 9 (ABC)

6 AM Rise And Shine


6:15 Arthur Smith

6:45 News

7 AM Good Morning America

9 AM Good Morning Carolina

9:45 News

10 AM $20,000 Pyramid

10:30 Petticoat Junction

11 AM Laverne & Shirley

11:30 Family Feud

12 N Tic Tac Dough

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 Six Million Dollar Man

6 PM News

6:30 ABC News

7 PM Cross-Wits

7:30 Newlywed Game

8 PM 240-Robert

9 PM NFL Football: Atlanta Falcons

at Philadelphia Eagles

12 M News (time approximate)


12:30 College Football '79

1 AM The FBI

2 AM News

WCCB Ch. 18 (Ind.)

6 AM News

6:35 Forum

6:50 Cartoons

7 AM 700 Club

8:30 Life In The Spirit

9 AM Green Acres

9:30 Mayberry R.F.D.

10 AM Real McCoys

10:30 Forum

10:45 News

11 AM PTL Club

1 PM The Rookies

2 PM Groovie Goolies

2:30 Krofft Superstars

3 PM Star Blazers

3:30 Batman (Adam West)

4 PM Popeye Adventure Hour

5 PM Wild Wild West

6 PM I Love Lucy
6:30 Dick Van dyke

7 PM Good Times

7:30 Gomer Pyle, USMC

8 PM Movie: "Trial Run"

10 PM Bonanza

11 PM Gong Show

11:30 PTL Club

WRET (WCNC) Ch. 36 (NBC)

6 AM New Zoo Revue

6:30 Ed Allen (exercises)

7 AM Today

9 AM Another World

10:30 Hollywood Squares

11 AM High Rollers

11:30 Wheel Of Fortune

12 N Mary Tyler Moore

12:30 Password Plus

1 PM Days Of Our Lives

2 PM The Doctors

2:30 Flintstones

3 PM Three Stooges

3:30 Spectreman

4 PM Lost In Space
5 PM Carol Burnett And Friends

5:30 Sanford And Son

6 PM Hogan's Heroes

6:30 NBC News

7 PM News

7:30 $1.98 Beauty Show

8 PM Holocaust (Part 1 of 4)

11 PM News

11:30 Tonight Show (Kenny Rogers

substitutes for Johnny)

1 AM Tomorrow

2 AM News

2:20 Movie: "The Lady Gambles"

4 AM Movie: "Mardi Gras"

WTVI Ch. 42 (PBS)

Although not indicated, I would assume

instructional program air during the school

day.

4 PM Sesame Street

5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

5:30 Electric Company

6 PM Once Upon A Classic


6:30 Over Easy

7 PM Gethsemane Enrichment (a program

for culturally deprived children in

Charlotte)

7:30 MacNeil/Lehrer Report

8 PM Bill Moyers' Journal

9 PM Mecklenburg County Commission

Meeting

11 PM Dick Cavett

sign off 11:30 PM

WUNG Ch. 58 (PBS)

Again, I'm assuming instructional programs

during the school day.

3 PM Magic Method Of Oil Painting

3:30 Over Easy

4 PM Sesame Street

5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

5:30 Electric Company

6 PM Once Upon A Classic

6:30 Guten Tag

7 PM Backyard Gardener

7:30 MacNeil/Lehrer Report


8 PM School Television Previews

9 PM Black Man's Land (Part 2)

10 PM Sports Unlimited

10:30 Issues In World Communications

sign off 11 PM

GREENSBORO/WINSTON-SALEM/HIGH POINT

WFMY Ch. 2 (CBS)

6 AM Good Morning Show

8 AM Captain Kangaroo

9 AM All In The Family

9:30 Mary Tyler Moore

10 AM Andy Griffith

10:30 Whew!

10:55 CBS News

11 AM Price Is Right

12 N Hollywood And The Stars

12:30 Search For Tomorrow

1 PM Young And The Restless

1:30 As The World Turns

2:30 Guiding Light

3:30 M*A*S*H

4 PM Love Of Life
4:30 Beverly Hillbillies

5 PM Batman

5:30 Hogan's Heroes

6 PM News

6:30 CBS News

7 PM PM Magazine

7:30 Wild Wild World Of Animals

8 PM How Bugs Bunny Won The West

8:30 Puff The Magic Dragon

9 PM M*A*S*H

9:30 WKRP In Cincinnati

10 PM Lou Grant

11 PM News

11:30 Harry O

12:40 McMillan & Wife

WGHP Ch. 8 (ABC)

6 AM Good Morning Piedmont

7 AM Good Morning America

9 AM Movie: "Damsel In Distress"

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 All Star Afternoon/TV POWW

5 PM Alias Smith And Jones

6 PM News

6:30 ABC News

7 PM Joker's Wild

7:30 Tic Tac Dough

8 PM 240-Robert

9 PM NFL Football: Atlanta-Philadelphia

12 M News (time approximate)

12:30 The Rookies

1:30 News

WXII Ch. 12 (NBC)

5:30 700 Club

6:30 News

7 AM Today

9 AM Donahue

10 AM Card Sharks

10:30 Hollywood Squares

11 AM High Rollers

11:30 Wheel Of Fortune


12 N News

12:30 (the show is called 12:30)

1 PM Days Of Our Lives

2 PM The Doctors

2:30 Another World

4 PM Superheroes

4:30 Little Rascals

5 PM Gunsmoke

6 PM News

6:30 NBC News

7 PM Newlywed Game

7:30 Dating Game

8 PM Holocaust (Part 1 of 4)

11 PM News

11:30 Tonight Show

1 AM Tomorrow

WUNL Ch. 26 (PBS)

same as WUNG

RALEIGH/DURHAM

WUNC Ch. 4 (PBS)

same as WUNG
WRAL Ch. 5 (ABC)

6:30 Country Morning

7 AM Good Morning America

9 AM Mike Douglas

10 AM Time For Uncle Paul

10:30 Edge Of Night

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 Bugs Bunny

4:30 Brady Bunch

5 PM Good Times

5:30 Andy Griffith

6 PM News

6:30 ABC News

7 PM Happy Days Again

7:30 Sanford And Son

8 PM 240-Robert

9 PM NFL Football: Atlanta-Philadelphia

12 M News (time approximate)


12:15 Ironside (time approximate)

WTVD Ch. 11 (CBS)

6:30 Summer Semester

7 AM Morning With Bob Schieffer

8 AM Captain Kangaroo

9 AM Donahue

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 At Home With Peggy Mann

1:30 As The World Turns

2:30 Guiding Light

3:30 M*A*S*H

4 PM Love Of Life

4:30 Merv Griffin

6 PM News

6:30 CBS News

7 PM Joker's Wild

7:30 Tic Tac Dough

8 PM How Bugs Bunny Won The West


8:30 Puff The Magic Dragon

9 PM M*A*S*H

9:30 WKRP In Cincinnati

10 PM Lou Grant

11 PM News

11:30 Mary Tyler Moore

12 M Gunsmoke

WPTF (WRDC) Ch. 28 (NBC)

5:30 700 Club

6:30 Today On The Farm

7 AM Today

9 AM Movie: "A Kiss In The Dark"

10:30 Hollywood Squares

11 AM High Rollers

11:30 Wheel Of Fortune

12 N Mindreaders

12:30 Password Plus

1 PM Days Of Our Lives

2 PM The Doctors

2:30 Card Sharks

3 PM Superadventures

3:30 Star Blazers

4 PM Lost In Space
5 PM Wild Wild West

6 PM News

6:30 NBC News

7 PM Newlywed Game

7:30 Dating Game

8 PM Holocaust (Part 1 of 4)

11 PM News

11:30 Tonight Show

1 AM Tomorrow

Part 2 follows.

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Out of the two parts I noticed that WTVD was the only CBS station to air daytime in order in
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Re: Retro: North Carolina Monday, September 10, 1979 (Part 1)

In North Carolina WTVD was the only affiliate of

any network to air that network's entire

daytime schedule in pattern.

Retro: North Carolina Monday, September 10, 1979 (Part 2)

From TV Guide, North Carolina edition.

GREENVILLE/NEW BERN/WASHINGTON

WUND Ch. 2/WUNK Ch. 25 (PBS)

I assume instructional programs throughout

the school day.

3 PM Magic Method Of Oil Painting

3:30 Over Easy

4 PM Sesame Street

5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood


5:30 Electric Company

6 PM Once Upon A Classic

6:30 Guten Tag

7 PM Backyard Gardener

7:30 MacNeil/Lehrer Report

8 PM School Television Previews

9 PM Black Man's Land (Part 2 of 3)

10 PM Sports Unlimited

10:30 Issues In World Communications

sign off 11 PM

WITN Ch. 7 (NBC)

5:30 Adam-12

6 AM Almanac

7 AM Today

9 AM Dinah!

10 AM Card Sharks

10:30 Hollywood Squares

11 AM High Rollers

11:30 Wheel Of Fortune

12 N News

12:30 Password Plus

1 PM Days Of Our Lives

2 PM The Doctors
2:30 Another World

4 PM Battle Of The Planets

4:30 McHale's Navy

5 PM Hogan's Heroes

5:30 Phil Silvers (Ed Sullivan joins

in for a clipfest)

6 PM News

6:30 NBC News

7 PM Tic Tac Dough

7:30 Pat Dye: ECU Football Highlights

8 PM Holocaust (Part 1 of 4)

11 PM News

11:30 Tonight Show (Kenny Rogers

substitutes for Johnny)

1 AM Tomorrow

2 AM News

WNCT Ch. 9 (CBS)

5:30 Carolina Today

8 AM Morning With Bob Schieffer

9 AM Captain Kangaroo

10 AM All In The Family


10:30 Whew!

10:55 CBS News--Douglas Edwards

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 M*A*S*H

4 PM Love Of Life

4:30 Merv Griffin

5:30 Happy Days Again

6 PM News

6:30 CBS News

7 PM Joker's Wild

7:30 M*A*S*H

8 PM How Bugs Bunny Won The West

8:30 Puff The Magic Dragon

9 PM M*A*S*H

9:30 WKRP In Cincinnati

10 PM Lou Grant

11 PM News

11:30 Harry O

12:40 McMillan & Wife


WCTI Ch. 12 (ABC)

6 AM PTL Club

7 AM Good Morning America

9 AM Donahue

10 AM Mike Douglas

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 And Jerry/Bugs Bunny

5 PM Andy Griffith

5:30 Sanford And Son

6 PM News

6:30 ABC News

7 PM Get Smart

7:30 Dance Fever

8 PM 240-Robert

9 PM NFL Football: Atlanta Falcons

at Philadelphia Eagles

12 M News (time approximate)

12:30 Six Million Dollar Man


1:30 Maverick

WILMINGTON

WWAY Ch. 3 (ABC)

6 AM PTL Club

7 AM Good Morning America

9 AM PTL Club continues

10 AM Big Valley

11 AM Laverne & Shirley

11:30 Family Feud

12 N News

12:15 Midday

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 Popeye And Friends

5 PM Real McCoys

5:30 Sanford And Son

6 PM News

6:30 ABC News

7 PM Happy Days Again


7:30 Newlywed Game

8 PM 240-Robert

9 PM NFL Football: Atlanta-Philadelphia

12 M News (time approximate)

WECT Ch. 6 (NBC)

6 AM Carolina In The Morning

7 AM Today

9 AM Donahue

10 AM Card Sharks

10:30 Hollywood Squares

11 AM High Rollers

11:30 Wheel Of Fortune

12 N Carolina At Noon

12:30 Password Plus

1 PM Days Of Our Lives

2 PM The Doctors

2:30 Another World

4 PM Bugs Bunny

4:30 Rocky/Little Rascals

5 PM Ironside

6 PM News

6:30 NBC News

7 PM NBC Fall Preview


7:30 Dating Game

8 PM Holocaust (Part 1 of 4)

11 PM News

11:30 Tonight Show

1 AM News

WUNJ Ch. 39 (PBS)

same as WUND/WUNK

COLUMBIA, SC

WIS Ch. 10 (NBC)

6:20 Early Riser

6:30 Knozit-Land

7 AM Today

9 AM Carolina Today

9:30 Knozit-Land

10 AM Card Sharks

10:30 Hollywood Squares

11 AM High Rollers

11:30 Wheel Of Fortune

12 N Mindreaders

12:30 News

1 PM Days Of Our Lives


2 PM The Doctors

2:30 Another World

4 PM Brady Bunch

4:30 Tom And Jerry

5:30 F Troop

6 PM WIS-TV Report

6:30 NBC News

7 PM News

7:30 Happy Days Again

8 PM Holocaust (Part 1 of 4)

11 PM News

11:30 Tonight Show

1 AM Tomorrow

FLORENCE

WBTW Ch. 13 (CBS/ABC)

6:30 Arthur Smith

7 AM Good Morning Jesus

8 AM Captain Kangaroo

9 AM Morning With Bob Schieffer

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 Edge Of Night

1:30 As The World Turns

2:30 Guiding Light

3:30 M*A*S*H

4 PM Love Of Life

4:30 All My Children

5:30 Sanford And Son

6 PM News

6:30 ABC News

7 PM CBS News

7:30 Laverne & Shirley

8 PM How Bugs Bunny Won The West

8:30 Puff The Magic Dragon

9 PM M*A*S*H

9:30 WKRP In Cincinnati

10 PM Lou Grant

11 PM News

11:30 Harry O

12:40 McMillan & Wife

ATLANTA
WTBS Ch. 17 (Ind.)

5:30 World At Large

6 AM It's Your Business

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: "State Fair"

12:30 Movie: "The Glass Menagerie"

2:25 News

2:30 Gigglesnort Hotel

3 PM I Love Lucy

3:30 Flintstones

4 PM Spectreman

4:30 Gilligan's Island

5 PM My Three Sons

5:30 I Dream Of Jeannie

6 PM Carol Burnett And Friends

6:30 Bob Newhart

7 PM Sanford And Son

7:30 My Three Sons


8 PM Falcons Football (preview of

Eagles game)

9 PM Movie: "Sex And The Single

Girl"

11:30 Movie: "The File On Thelma

Jordan"

1:35 Movie: "24 Hours To Kill"

3:35 News

3:55 Open Up

WASHINGTON, DC

WTTG Ch. 5 (Ind.)

6 AM Education

6:30 New Zoo Revue

7 AM Tom And Jerry

7:30 Porky Pig

8 AM Flintstones

8:30 The Archies

9 AM Dennis The Menace (Jay North)

9:30 Leave It To Beaver

10 AM Dick Van dyke

10:30 Father Knows Best

11 AM I Love Lucy
11:30 Love, American Style

12 N News

12:30 Panorama

2 PM Family Affair

2:30 My Three Sons

3 PM Partridge Family

3:30 Tom And Jerry And Friends

4:30 Flintstones

5 PM Superman (George Reeves)

5:30 Brady Bunch

6 PM I Love Lucy

6:30 Andy Griffith

7 PM Odd Couple

7:30 Dating Game

8 PM Movie: "Here Comes Mr. Jordan"

10 PM News

11 PM Odd Couple

11:30 Perry Mason

12:30 Mission: Impossible

1:30 Medical Center

WDCA Ch. 20 (Ind.)

5:45 PTL Club

6:45 Community News


6:55 News--Ray Freeman

7 AM Abbott And Costello

7:30 Bugs Bunny/Woody Woodpecker/

Popeye

9 AM Channel 20 Club

9:30 Romper Room

10 AM 700 Club

11:30 Ross Bagley (gospel music)

12 N Captain 20's World

12:30 Gomer Pyle, USMC

1 PM Bewitched

1:30 Flipper

2 PM Banana Splits

2:30 Lancelot Link

3 PM Woody & Popeye

3:30 Super Adventures

4 PM Fantastic Four

4:30 Superman & Friends (animated)

5 PM Bugs Bunny

5:30 Gilligan's Island

6 PM Star Trek

7 PM Sanford And Son

7:30 Carol Burnett And Friends

8 PM Redskins Game With Morrie Siegel

9 PM Movie: "Valley Of The Dolls"


11:30 Ruff House

12 M PTL Club

1 AM Untouchables

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Re: Retro: North Carolina Monday, September 10, 1979 (Part 2)

I turned a year old that day!

RETRO: ADELAIDE/SPENCER GULF/BROKEN HILL, AUSTRALIA SAT, NOV 14, 1992

from TV Week-South Australia edition

Despite the edition name, it didn't cover all of SA, the Riverland (Renmark/Loxton) and South
East (Mount Gambier) regions were actually listed in the Regional Victoria edition

2 ABS2 Adelaide

7 SAS7 Adelaide

9 NWS9 Adelaide

10 ADS10 Adelaide

SBS SBS28 Adelaide

GTS-BKN GTS4 Port Pirie/BKN7 Broken Hill (GTS relays on 5 Port Lincoln and 8 Cowell)
News Updates air though day on 10

Morning

6.00

2 Rage

7 Sing Me a Rainbow

9 Space Ghost

10 Muppets

6.30

7 Saturday Disney

9 Robotech

7.00

9 My Little Pony 'n' Friends

10 Kidstuff (includes Shorn Sheep Show)

7.30

9 Tiny Toon Adventures

10 Piggsburgh Pigs

GTS-BKN C Time (includes Wombat, Muppet Babies, Tripods and Runaway Island)

8.00
9 Real Ghostbusters

10 Mind Twist

8.30

7 Video Smash Hits

9 Beetlejuice II

10 It Goes

9.00

2 Open Learning Australian Environmental Studies, Anthropology, Australian Studies, Statistics


Against All Odds, French in Action

9 COPS

10 Video Hits

9.30

9 Adventures on Kythera

10.00

9 L.J. Hooker Property Guide

GTS-BKN Video Smash Hits

10.40

9 Cricket: Australia XI v West Indies (live from Bellerive Cricket Ground, Hobart)

11.30

2 National Geographic "Etosha: Place of Dry Water"


7 Tom Foolery

GTS-BKN Munsters Today

Afternoon

12.00

7 Now You See It

10 Movie "Flaming Feather"

GTS-BKN Healthy, Wealthy & Wise

12.30

2 National Indoor Soccer League

7 Movie "Starflight: The Plane That Couldn't Land"

9 Yachting: 18' Skiff race

SBS English at Work

1.00

9 Cricket cont'd

SBS On the Ball

GTS-BKN Movie "A Gathering of Eagles"

1.30

2 Golf: South Australian Open

10 Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea


2.00

SBS Flower Street

2.30

10 Kelly

GTS-BKN Movie "Love & Kisses"

2.45

SBS A Better Life

3.30

7 Animals are the Funniest People

10 Lassie

SBS National Apprentice & Trainee of the Year Award

4.00

10 Ten's World of Sport (Targa Tasmania)

4.30

2 Gardening Australia

7 Beyond 2000

SBS Movie "Early Spring"

GTS-BKN Silverhawkes
5.00

2 Grandstand

10 Stuntmasters

GTS-BKN ThunderCats

5.30

7 Rex Hunt's Fishing World

9 KG's Sports Show

GTS-BKN Growing Pains

Evening

6.00

2 Lift Off

7-GTS-BKN Seven Nightly News

9 National Nine News

10 Ten Eyewitness News

SBS World News

6.30

2 French Fields

7 John Riddell's World Around Us

9-GTS-BKN Hey Hey It's Saturday

10 Baywatch

SBS Dateline
6.55

2 Consuming Passions

7.00

2 ABC News/Weather

7.30

2 Foreign Correspondent

7 Live It Up

10 Doogie Howser MD (2 episodes)

SBS Next Stop Hollywood

8.00

SBS Telling Tales

8.25

2 ABC News

GTS-BKN Lotto/Super 66

8.29

9 Super 66/X-Lotto

8.30

2 The Bill
7 News/X-Lotto

10 Movie "Return of the Musketeers"

GTS-BKN Beverly Hills 90210

8.32

9 Newsbreak

8.33

7 Movie "Up the Creek"

9 Movie "The Searchers"

9.05

SBS Movie "Madame de"

9.25

2 ABC News

9.30

2 Bread

GTS-BKN Movie "Agatha Christie's Murder in Three Acts"

10.00

2 D-Gen, the Late Show

10.30
7 Movie "Revenge of the Nerds"

10.35

10 Movie "The Buccaneer"

10.45

SBS Movie "La Signora di Tutti"

11.00

2 Order in the House

9 Newsbreak

11.05

9 Movie "The Green Berets"

11.30

GTS-BKN Spenser: For Hire

Late Night

midnight

2 Rage (continues to 9am Sun)

12.15

SBS Movie "Now You're in the EEC" (sign-off 1.50)


12.20

7 Movie "Commando Leopard"

12.30

GTS-BKN Epilogue (sign-off 12.35)

1.00

10 Rugby Union: Third Test-South Africa v England (sign-off 3.00)

2.00

9 MTV

2.10

7 Movie "China O'Brien II"

3.45

7 Movie "Randall & Hopkirk (Deceased)"

4.45

7 Aboriginal Australia

5.00

7 Hour of Power
5.05

9 227

5.30

9 Private Benjamin

Retro: Eastern North Carolina Monday, September 15, 1980

From the then-new Eastern North Carolina edition of

TV Guide (Charlotte had been moved into the new Charlotte--

later Central North Carolina--edition).

RALEIGH/DURHAM

WUNC Ch. 4 (PBS)

simulcasts on WUND/2 Columbia, NC; WUNK/25 Greenville,

NC; WUNL/26 Winston-Salem; WUNJ/39 Wilmington.

7:45 A.M. Weather

8:05 By-Line

9 AM Sesame Street

10 AM Instructional Programs

11 AM 3-2-1 Contact

11:30 Instructional Programs

12:30 Electric Company

1 PM Instructional Programs
3 PM Hatha Yoga

3:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

4 PM Sesame Street

5 PM 3-2-1 Contact

5:30 Over Easy

6 PM Dick Cavett

6:30 Making It Count

7 PM MacNeil/Lehrer Report

7:30 North Carolina People

8 PM Joan Robinson: One Woman's

Story (ovarian cancer victim)

10:30 Joan Robinson Epilogue: Five

Years Later

sign off 11 PM

WRAL Ch. 5 (ABC)

6:30 Country Morning

7 AM Good Morning America

9 AM Hour Magazine

10 AM Time For Uncle Paul

10:30 Edge Of Night

11 AM Love Boat

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 Tom & Jerry And Friends

4:30 Happy Days Again

5 PM Good Times

5:30 Andy Griffith

6 PM News

6:30 ABC News

7 PM Sanford And Son

7:30 PM Magazine

8 PM That's Incredible!

9 PM NFL Football: Houston Oilers

at Cleveland Browns

12 M News (time approximate)

12:30 Nightline

12:50 Rat Patrol

WTVD Ch. 11 (CBS)

6:30 Summer Semester

7 AM Morning With Bob Schieffer

8 AM Captain Kangaroo

9 AM Donahue

10 AM The Jeffersons
10:30 Alice

11 AM Price Is Right

12 N News

12:30 Search For Tomorrow

1 PM Young And The Restless

2 PM As The World Turns

3 PM Guiding Light

4 PM One Day At A Time

4:30 John Davidson

6 PM News

6:30 CBS News

7 PM Family Feud

7:30 M*A*S*H

8 PM CBS Movie: "Foul Play"

10:30 M*A*S*H

11 PM News

11:30 Mary Tyler Moore

12 M Rockford Files

WPTF (WRDC) Ch. 28 (NBC)

5:30 700 Club

6:30 Hap Hansen Today

7 AM Today

9 AM Another World
10 AM David Letterman

11 AM Wheel Of Fortune

11:30 Password Plus

12 N Card Sharks

12:30 The Doctors

1 PM Days Of Our Lives

2 PM New Zoo Revue

2:30 Popeye/Woody Woodpecker

3:30 Scooby Doo

4 PM Wonder Woman

5 PM Starsky & Hutch

6 PM News

6:30 NBC News

7 PM Carol Burnett And Friends

7:30 What's Happening!!

8 PM Shogun (Part 1 of 5)

11 PM News

11:30 Tonight Show (cuts back to an

hour the following night)

1 AM Tomorrow (expands to 90 minutes

the following night)

GREENVILLE/NEW BERN/WASHINGTON

WITN Ch. 7 (NBC)


5:30 Doris Day

6 AM Almanac

7 AM Today

9 AM Dinah! & Friends

10 AM David Letterman

11 AM Wheel Of Fortune

11:30 Password Plus

12 N News

12:30 The Doctors

1 PM Days Of Our Lives

2 PM Another World

3 PM Texas

4 PM Munsters

4:30 Leave It To Beaver

5 PM Hogan's Heroes

5:30 Bullseye

6 PM News

6:30 NBC News

7 PM All In The Family

7:30 Tic Tac Dough

8 PM Shogun

11 PM News

11:30 Tonight Show

1 AM Tomorrow
2 AM News

WNCT Ch. 9 (CBS)

5 AM PTL Club

6 AM Carolina Today

8 AM Morning With Bob Schieffer

9 AM Captain Kangaroo

10 AM The Jeffersons

10:30 Alice

11 AM Price Is Right

12 N News

12:30 Search For Tomorrow

1 PM Young And The Restless

2 PM As The World Turns

3 PM Guiding Light

4 PM Happy Days Again

4:30 Gunsmoke

5:30 M*A*S*H

6 PM News

6:30 CBS News

7 PM Joker's Wild

7:30 M*A*S*H

8 PM CBS Movie: "Foul Play"

10:30 M*A*S*H
11 PM News

11:30 Quincy

12:40 The Saint

WCTI Ch. 12 (ABC)

6 AM Morning Magazine

7 AM Good Morning America

9 AM Donahue

10 AM John Davidson

11 AM Love Boat

12 N Family Feud

12:30 Ryan's Hope

1 PM All My Children

2 PM One Life To Live

3 PM General Hospital

4 PM TV POWW Hour

5 PM Andy Griffith

5:30 Good Times

6 PM News

6:30 ABC News

7 PM Sanford And Son

7:30 PM Magazine

8 PM That's Incredible!

9 PM NFL Football: Oilers-Browns


12 M News (time approximate)

12:30 Nightline

12:50 College Football '80

1:20 News

WILMINGTON

WWAY Ch. 3 (ABC)

6 AM PTL Club

7 AM Good Morning America

9 AM PTL Club continues

10 AM Real McCoys

10:30 Family Feud

11 AM Love Boat

12 N News

12:15 Mid-Day

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 Popeye And Friends

5 PM Happy Days Again

5:30 Good Times


6 PM News

6:30 ABC News

7 PM Newlywed Game

7:30 Sanford And Son

8 PM That's Incredible!

9 PM NFL Football: Oilers-Browns

12 M News (time approximate)

12:30 Nightline

12:50 TBA

1:50 News

WECT Ch. 6 (NBC)

6 AM Carolina In The Morning

7 AM Today

9 AM Donahue

10 AM David Letterman

11 AM Wheel Of Fortune

11:30 Password Plus

12 N Carolina At Noon

12:30 The Doctors

1 PM Days Of Our Lives

2 PM Another World

3 PM Texas

4 PM All In The Family


4:30 I Love Lucy

5 PM Andy Griffith

5:30 Carol Burnett And Friends

6 PM News

6:30 NBC News

7 PM M*A*S*H

7:30 Hollywood Squares

8 PM Shogun

11 PM News

11:30 Tonight Show

1 AM Tomorrow

GREENSBORO/WINSTON-SALEM/HIGH POINT

WFMY Ch. 2 (CBS)

6 AM Good Morning Show

8 AM Captain Kangaroo

9 AM One Day At A Time

9:30 The Jeffersons

10 AM Andy Griffith

10:30 Alice

11 AM Price Is Right

12 N Mary Tyler Moore

12:30 Search For Tomorrow


1 PM Young And The Restless

2 PM As The World Turns

3 PM Guiding Light

4 PM Munsters

4:30 What's Happening!!

5 PM Baretta

6 PM News

6:30 CBS News

7 PM Face The Music

7:30 PM Magazine

8 PM CBS Movie: "Foul Play"

10:30 M*A*S*H

11 PM News

11:30 Quincy

12:40 The Saint

WGHP Ch. 8 (ABC)

6 AM Good Morning Piedmont

7 AM Good Morning America

9 AM John Davidson

10:30 Doris Day

11 AM Love Boat

12 N Family Feud

12:30 Ryan's Hope


1 PM All My Children

2 PM One Life To Live

3 PM General Hospital

4 PM Bugs Bunny

4:30 Sha Na Na

5 PM Good Times

5:30 M*A*S*H

6 PM News

6:30 ABC News

7 PM Joker's Wild

7:30 Tic Tac Dough

8 PM That's Incredible!

9 PM NFL Football: Oilers-Browns

12 M News (time approximate)

12:30 Nightline

12:50 The Rookies

1:50 News

WXII Ch. 12 (NBC)

5:30 700 Club

6:30 News

7 AM Today

9 AM Donahue

10 AM Hour Magazine
11 AM Wheel Of Fortune

11:30 The Doctors

12 N News

12:30 (program called 12:30)

1 PM Days Of Our Lives

2 PM Another World

3 PM Texas

4 PM All In The Family

4:30 Gilligan's Island

5 PM Brady Bunch

5:30 Happy Days Again

6 PM News

6:30 NBC News

7 PM Family Feud

7:30 Bullseye

8 PM Shogun

11 PM News

11:30 Tonight Show

1 AM Tomorrow

FLORENCE, SC

WBTW Ch. 13 (CBS/ABC)

6:30 Arthur Smith


7 AM Good Morning Jesus

8 AM Captain Kangaroo

9 AM Morning With Bob Schieffer

10 AM The Jeffersons

10:30 Alice

11 AM Price Is Right

12 N The Lucy Show

12:30 Search For Tomorrow

1 PM Young And The Restless

2 PM As The World Turns

3 PM Guiding Light

4 PM One Day At A Time

4:30 The Virginian

6 PM News

6:30 CBS News

7 PM Tic Tac Dough

7:30 Clemson Football

8 PM CBS Movie: "Foul Play"

10:30 M*A*S*H

11 PM News

11:30 Quincy

12:40 The Saint

WASHINGTON, DC
WTTG Ch. 5 (Ind.)

6 AM Panorama

7 AM Tom And Jerry

7:30 Porky Pig

8 AM Flintstones

8:30 Bugs Bunny/Popeye

9 AM I Love Lucy

9:30 Make Room For Daddy

10 AM Leave It To Beaver

10:30 My Three Sons

11 AM Chico And The Man

11:30 Love, American Style

12 N Panorama

1 PM Medical Center

2 PM Ghost And Mrs. Muir

2:30 New Zoo Revue

3 PM Fred Flintstone And Friends

3:30 Tom And Jerry

4 PM Flintstones

4:30 Superman (George Reeves)

5 PM Brady Bunch

5:30 I Love Lucy

6 PM Andy Griffith

6:30 Happy Days Again


7 PM Welcome Back, Kotter

7:30 M*A*S*H

8 PM Starsky & Hutch

9 PM Merv Griffin

10 PM News

11 PM M*A*S*H

11:30 Odd Couple

12 M Perry Mason

1 AM Then Came Bronson

2 AM Private Secretary (Ann Sothern)

ATLANTA

WTBS Ch. 17 (Ind.)

6:05 World At Large

6:30 Family Affair

7 AM Funtime

8 AM I Love Lucy

8:30 I Dream Of Jeannie

9 AM Hazel

9:30 Green Acres

10 AM Movie: "The Steel Claw"

12 N Freeman Reports

1 PM Movie: "The Good Die Young"


2:50 Funtime

3:30 Space Giants

4 PM Flintstones

4:30 Gilligan's Island

5 PM My Three Sons

5:30 Beverly Hillbillies

6 PM Carol Burnett And Friends

6:30 Bob Newhart

7 PM All In The Family

7:30 Sanford And Son

8 PM Movie: "Smash-Up"

10:10 News

11:10 Night Gallery

11:40 Movie: "The Big Sky"

2:10 Movie: "Alexander Hamilton"

3:45 Movie: "Black Legion"

5:30 Love, American Style

4 PM Sesame Street

5 PM 3-2-1 Contact

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Re: Retro: Eastern North Carolina Monday, September 15, 1980

Quote Originally Posted by bpatrick


From the then-new Eastern North Carolina edition of

TV Guide (Charlotte had been moved into the new Charlotte--

later Central North Carolina--edition).

ATLANTA

WTBS Ch. 17 (Ind.)

3:30 Space Giants

4 PM Flintstones

Just wondering: is "Space Giants" TBS' title for "Space Ghost" and/or "Hanna-Barbera's World Of
Super Adventure?" ???

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Re: Retro: Eastern North Carolina Monday, September 15, 1980

It was a very cheesy live-action show from

Japan, with dubbed-in English. Turner seemed

to be fond of these shows--or he got them for

a song; he had one called "Spectreman" as well.


Retro: Carolina/Tennessee Monday, October 9, 1972 (Part 1)

From TV Guide, Carolina/Tennessee edition.

Tennessee stations are listed below; Carolina

stations are in Part 2.

KNOXVILLE

WSJK Ch. 2 (PBS)

I assume instructional programming

throughout the school day.

4 PM Sesame Street

5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

5:30 Electric Company

6 PM Anthropology (black-and-white)

7 PM Carrascolendas

7:30 Outlook

8 PM VD Blues

9 PM VD: Local Aid

9:30 Book Beat

10 PM All About TV

sign off 11 PM

WATE Ch. 6 (NBC)


6 AM Owen Portwood (music)

7 AM Today

9 AM Ladies' Day

9:30 Who, What Or Where

9:55 News

10 AM Dinah's Place

10:30 Concentration

11 AM Sale Of The Century

11:30 Hollywood Squares

12 N Jeopardy!

12:30 What's My Line?

1 PM Somerset

1:30 Three On A Match

2 PM Days Of Our Lives

2:30 The Doctors

3 PM National League Playoff: Pittsburgh

at Cincinnati (Game 3) (Cincinnati

won the playoff, then lost to Oakland,

4 games to 3, in the World Series.)

6 PM News (time approximate)

6:30 NBC News

7 PM Dragnet

7:30 I've Got A Secret

8 PM Rowan And Martin's Laugh-In


9 PM NBC Movie: "Firecreek"

11 PM News

11:30 Tonight Show (Bobby Darin subs for

Johnny)

sign off 1 AM

WBIR Ch. 10 (CBS)

5:30 Sunrise Semester

6 AM Farm And Home

7 AM CBS News--John Hart

8 AM Captain Kangaroo

9 AM Family Affair

9:30 Carol Utley (local women's show)

10 AM Joker's Wild

10:30 Price Is Right

11 AM Gambit

11:30 Love Of Life

12 N Where The Heart Is

12:25 CBS News--Douglas Edwards

12:30 Search For Tomorrow

1 PM To Tell The Truth

1:30 As The World Turns

2 PM Guiding Light

2:30 Edge Of Night


3 PM Love Is A Many Splendored

Thing

3:30 Secret Storm

4 PM Munsters

4:30 Movie: "The Blue Bird"

6 PM News

6:30 CBS News

7 PM Truth Or Consequences

7:30 Price Is Right

8 PM Gunsmoke

9 PM Here's Lucy (tonight's guest:

Joe Namath)

9:30 Doris Day

10 PM The New Bill Cosby Show

11 PM News

11:30 CBS Movie: "The Haunted Palace"

sign off 1:15 AM

WTVK Ch. 26 (ABC)

6:30 Dennis The Menace (Jay North)

7 AM Good Morning

8:30 Jack LaLanne

9 AM Romper Room

10 AM New Zoo Revue


10:30 Galloping Gourmet

11 AM Not For Women Only

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 Flintstones

5 PM Gilligan's Island

5:30 Farmer's Daughter

6 PM ABC News

6:30 Green Acres

7 PM Get Smart

7:30 The Rookies (one-week delay

from 8 PM)

8:30 Football Review

9 PM NFL Football: Oakland at Houston

(the famous game in which a bored

Oilers fan, watching his team lose

big time, gives the camera "the finger,"


prompting Don Meredith to say, "He's

saying Houston's number one.")

12 M Alfred Hitchcock Presents (time approximate)

sign off 12:30 AM

BRISTOL/KINGSPORT/JOHNSON CITY

WCYB Ch. 5 (NBC)

6:50 Town And Country

7 AM Today

9 AM Open House (women's show)

9:30 Romper Room

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--Floyd Kalber

1 PM News

1:30 Three On A Match

2 PM Days Of Our Lives

2:30 The Doctors

3 PM National League Playoff


6 PM News (time approximate)

6:30 NBC News

(NOTE: TV Guide lists Bonanza reruns,

called Ponderosa, at 5 PM, but I'm sure

they were pre-empted that day.)

7 PM I Dream Of Jeannie

7:30 Dragnet

8 PM Rowan And Martin's Laugh-In

9 PM NBC Movie: "Firecreek"

11 PM News

11:30 Tonight Show

sign off 1 AM

WJHL Ch. 11 (CBS)

6:30 Devotions

6:35 Farm Report

6:40 First Call

7 AM CBS News--John Hart

7:30 World Tomorrow

8 AM Captain Kangaroo

9 AM Mayberry R.F.D.

9:30 Not For Women Only

10 AM Joker's Wild

10:30 Price Is Right


11 AM Gambit

11:30 Love Of Life

12 N Where The Heart Is

12:25 CBS News--Douglas Edwards

12:30 Search For Tomorrow

1 PM Kathryn Willis (women's show)

1:30 As The World Turns

2 PM Guiding Light

2:30 Edge Of Night

3 PM Love Is A Many Splendored

Thing

3:30 Secret Storm

4 PM Family Affair

4:30 Tarzan

5:30 Green Acres

6 PM News

6:30 CBS News

7 PM Truth Or Consequences

7:30 To Tell The Truth

8 PM Gunsmoke

9 PM Here's Lucy

9:30 Doris Day

10 PM The New Bill Cosby Show

11 PM News

11:30 CBS Movie: "The Haunted Palace"


sign off 1:15 AM

WKPT Ch. 19 (ABC)

9:25 News

9:30 New Zoo Revue

10 AM Jack LaLanne

10:30 Crafts With Katy (Dacus)

11 AM Truth For Today

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: "Francis Covers The

Big Town"

6:30 ABC News

7 PM Virginia Tech Football (highlights

of Oct. 7 game with the University

of Houston)
7:30 East Tennessee State Football

(highlights of Oct. 7 game with

Tennessee Tech)

8 PM The Rookies

9 PM NFL Football: Oakland at Houston

12 M News (time approximate)

sign off 12:30 AM

WSVN (WSBN) Ch. 47 (PBS) Norton, VA

Again, I assume instructional programs

throughout the day.

5 PM Sesame Street

6 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

6:30 Electric Company

7 PM Ned Little

7:30 Here's To Your Health

8 PM VD Blues

9 PM VD: A Local Look

9:30 Book Beat

10 PM Firing Line

sign off 11 PM

Retro: Carolina/Tennessee Monday, October 9, 1972 (Part 2)


Carolina stations, from TV Guide, Carolina/Tennessee

edition.

CHARLOTTE

WBTV Ch. 3 (CBS)

6:45 Almanac

6:55 News

7 AM CBS News--John Hart

7:30 Morning Scene

8 AM Captain Kangaroo

9 AM Merv Griffin

10 AM Joker's Wild

10:30 Price Is Right

11 AM Gambit

11:30 Love Of Life

12 N Scene At Noon

12:25 Pat Lee (women's show)

12:30 Search For Tomorrow

1 PM Betty Feezor (women's show)

1:30 As The World Turns

2 PM Guiding Light

2:30 Edge Of Night

3 PM Love Is A Many Splendored


Thing

3:30 Secret Storm

4 PM Truth Or Consequences

4:30 Ponderosa (Bonanza reruns)

5:30 I Dream Of Jeannie

6 PM News

7 PM CBS News

7:30 All In The Family (delay from Sat.

8 PM, Ch. 3 ran Gunsmoke Sat.

7:30-8:30)

8 PM Movie: "Anything Goes"

10 PM The New Bill Cosby Show

11 PM News

11:30 CBS Movie: "The Haunted Palace"

sign off 1:15 AM

WSOC Ch. 9 (NBC)

6:15 Garner Ted Armstrong

6:45 On The House

7 AM Today

9 AM Mike Douglas

10:20 Lucille Rivers (sewing)

10:30 Concentration

11 AM Sale Of The Century


11:30 Hollywood Squares

12 N News

12:30 Who, What Or Where

12:55 NBC News--Floyd Kalber

1 PM Jeopardy!

1:30 Three On A Match

2 PM Days Of Our Lives

2:30 The Doctors

3 PM National League Playoff: Pittsburgh

at Cincinnati (Game 3) (Cincinnati

wins the playoff but loses to Oakland,

4 games to 3, in the World Series.)

6 PM News (time approximate)

6:30 NBC News

7 PM To Tell The Truth

7:30 I've Got A Secret

8 PM Rowan And Martin's Laugh-In

9 PM NBC Movie: "Firecreek"

11 PM News

11:30 Tonight Show (Bobby Darin subs for

Johnny)

sign off 1 AM

WHKY Ch. 14 (Ind.) Hickory, NC

(station cannot colorcast local programs)


4:30 Dick's Rascals

5:30 The Pioneers

6 PM News

6:30 Death Valley Days

7 PM TBA

7:30 Soul Street

8:30 Movie: TBA

10 PM News

10:25 Devotional

10:30 Movie: "Billy The Kid Returns"

11:30 Movie: TBA

sign off after the 11:30 movie

WUNE Ch. 17 (PBS) Linville, NC

I assume instructional programs until

10 AM Sesame Street

11 AM Instructional Programs

4 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

4:30 Sesame Street

5:30 Electric Company

6 PM News (BW)

6:30 Governmental Management


Development

7 PM Backyard Gardener

8 PM VD Blues

9 PM Operation Venus

9:30 Book Beat

sign off 10 PM

WCCB Ch. 18 (ABC)

7:55 Let's Think It Over

8 AM Cartoons (BW)

8:30 New Zoo Revue

9 AM Romper Room

9:30 Fran Carlton (exercises)

10 AM Dinah's Place

10:30 Not For Women Only

11 AM News

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 Virginian

5:30 Love, American Style

6 PM ABC News

6:30 News

7 PM Sports Action Pro-File

7:30 Duke Football (highlights of

Oct. 7 game with N.C. State)

8 PM The Rookies

9 PM NFL Football: Oakland at Houston

(the famous game in which a bored

Oilers fan, watching his team lose

big time, gives the camera "the finger,"

prompting Don Meredith to say, "He's

saying Houston's number one.")

12 M News (time approximate)

12:30 Let's Think It Over

sign off 12:35 AM

WRET (WCNC) Ch. 36 (Ind.)

11:30 Charisma

12 N 700 Club

2 PM Jim And Tammy

3 PM Popeye And Pals


3:30 Rifleman

4 PM Movie: "Escapade"

6 PM Dragnet

6:30 Big Valley

7:30 Movie: "Track Of The Vampire"

9:30 Movie: "Wagonmaster"

11 PM Twilight Zone

11:30 Movie: "Brother Rat"

sign off 1:30 AM

GREENVILLE/SPARTANBURG/ASHEVILLE

WFBC (WYFF) Ch. 4 (NBC)

6:25 Safety Sermon

6:30 Story Of Jesus

7 AM Today

9 AM Scene Today

9:30 Romper Room

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--Floyd Kalber

1 PM News

1:30 Three On A Match

2 PM Days Of Our Lives

2:30 The Doctors

3 PM National League Playoff

(Ch. 4's 4-6 PM lineup of

The Munsters, Ponderosa,

and Dragnet are listed, but

they were no doubt pre-empted.)

6 PM News (time approximate)

6:30 NBC News

7 PM What's My Line?

7:30 Let's Make A Deal

8 PM Rowan And Martin's Laugh-In

9 PM NBC Movie: "Firecreek"

11 PM News

11:30 Tonight Show

sign off 1 AM

WSPA Ch. 7 (CBS)

6 AM Agriculture

6:25 A Public Affair

6:55 Meditation
7 AM CBS News--John Hart

8 AM Captain Kangaroo

9 AM Phil Donahue

9:30 Nancy Welch (women's show)

10 AM Joker's Wild

10:30 Price Is Right

11 AM Gambit

11:30 Love Of Life

12 N Where The Heart Is

12:25 News (local)

12:30 Search For Tomorrow

1 PM Hazel

1:30 As The World Turns

2 PM Guiding Light

2:30 Edge Of Night

3 PM Love Is A Many Splendored

Thing

3:30 Secret Storm

4 PM Gilligan's Island

4:30 Merv Griffin

5:30 I Dream Of Jeannie

6 PM News

6:30 CBS News

7 PM Blue Ridge Quartet

7:30 South Carolina Football


8 PM Gunsmoke

9 PM Here's Lucy (tonight's guest:

Joe Namath)

9:30 Doris Day

10 PM Stump Meeting Of The Air

(Spartanburg County Commission

and House of Representatives

candidates speak.)

11 PM News

11:30 CBS Movie: "The Haunted Palace"

sign off 1:15 AM

WLOS Ch. 13 (ABC)

6:25 Philosophical Thinking (BW)

6:55 News For Farmers

7 AM Mr. Bill's Workshop

8:30 Sesame Street

9:30 Movie: "Swordsman Of Siena"

11 AM Gertrude Ramsey (women's show)

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 Movie: "Kiss Me Kate"

5:30 News

6 PM ABC News

6:30 Andy Griffith

7 PM Truth Or Consequences

7:30 To Tell The Truth

8 PM The Rookies

9 PM NFL Football: Oakland-Houston

12 M News (time approximate)

12:15 Virginian

sign off 1:45 AM

WNTV Ch. 29 (PBS) Greenville, SC

7:45 Sesame Street

8:45 Instructional Programs

4:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

5 PM Sesame Street

6 PM Whee!

6:30 Electric Company

7 PM Getting The Word

7:30 Read Your Way Up


8 PM Hollywood Television Theatre:

"Another Part Of The Forest"

9 PM VD In South Carolina

9:30 Nine30

10 PM The Just Generation

10:30 Book Beat

sign off 11 PM

WUNF Ch. 33 (PBS) Asheville, NC

same as WUNE

WAIM Ch. 40 (ABC/CBS) Anderson, SC

8 AM Captain Kangaroo

9 AM Family Affair

9:30 Herald Of Truth

10 AM Joker's Wild

10:30 Price Is Right

11 AM Gambit

11:30 Love Of Life

12 N Where The Heart Is

12:25 News (local, may be WSPA's)

12:30 Search For Tomorrow

1 PM All My Children

1:30 As The World Turns


2 PM Guiding Light

2:30 Edge Of Night

3 PM Love Is A Many Splendored

Thing

3:30 Secret Storm

4 PM Ladies' Day

4:30 Panorama

5 PM Compass

5:30 Herald Of Truth

6 PM ABC News

6:30 CBS News

7 PM Quest For Adventure

8 PM Gunsmoke

9 PM Here's Lucy

9:30 Doris Day

10 PM The New Bill Cosby Show

sign off 11 PM

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Carolina stations, from TV Guide, Carolina/Tennessee

edition.

CHARLOTTE

WSOC Ch. 9 (NBC)

7:30 I've Got A Secret

8 PM Rowan And Martin's Laugh-In

...I see in Part 1 of this post that Knoxville's NBC affiliate, WATE/6, also aired this combination,
and that Richard Dawson appeared on both shows that season. WATE wasn't a satellite of WSOC,
was it? How many other NBC affiliates did this scheduling in the Autumn of '72?...

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Nope, just a coincidence. WSOC was and is

owned by Cox; WATE at the time by Nationwide

Communications (now Young Broadcasting).

Incidentally, both stations are now ABC affiliates

(WSOC switched in 1978, WATE in 1979).

I'm not sure how many NBC affiliates carried

I've Got A Secret in that particular version.

I was living in Birmingham, and our then-ABC

affiliate, WBRC/6, carried it on Thursdays at

6:30 (Central); it was also carried on the

then-ABC affiliate in Atlanta, WQXI (WXIA),

on Sundays at either 7 or 7:30. Channel 11

carried the whole Goodson-Todman triad, with

What's My Line? at 7 and To Tell The Truth at

7:30 Monday-Friday (Channel 6 carried Truth

but not Line).

I keep thinking WRC/4, NBC in Washington, DC,

carried Secret but I'm not sure and could use some

help on this one.

Retro:Cleveland/Akron/Canton, Ohio Saturday April 26, 1969

Source:TV Guide
All programs in color except those with BW designation.

WKYC 3 Cleveland NBC

6:30 Farm Front

7AM Popeye Theatre

9AM Super 6

9:30 Top Cat

10AM Flintstones

10:30 Banana Splits

11:30 Underdog

Noon Storybook Squares-Peter Marshall

12:30 Untamed World

1PM Maverick-BW

2PM Major League Baseball:Boston Red Sox At Detroit

5PM Suspense Theatre

6PM Cigarette Smoking-Study

6:30 NBC News-Huntley/Brinkley

7PM News

7:30 Bill Dana Special (Adam-12, Get Smart pre-empted)

8:30 Ghost and Mrs. Muir-Bill Bixby guest stars

9PM NBC Movie-The Pad (And How to use it)-1966

11PM News

11:20-Movie-Double Feature

Onionhead-1958-BW
Song Without End-1960-BW

WEWS 5 ABC

7AM-Gospel Hour

7:30 American Bandstand

8:30 Herald Of Truth

9AM Casper

9:30 Comedy Clubhouse

10AM SpiderMan

10:30 Fantastic Voyage

11AM Journey to the Center of the Earth

11:30 Fantastic Four

Noon Skippy The Bush Kangaroo

12:30 Sugarfoot-BW

1:30 77 Sunset Strip-BW (TV Guide designates it as COLOR, don't think this show was ever
colorcast)

2:30 Wide World Of Sports

4PM Byron Nelson Golf Tournament

5PM Upbeat-Don Webster

6PM Man From UNCLE

7PM It's Academic

7:30 Dating Game

8PM Newlywed Game

8:30 Lawrence Welk

9:30 Hollywood Palace


10:30 Music-Variety

11PM News

11:30 Movie-Doctor In The House English-1955

2AM Sporting World

WJW 8 CBS

5:45 Across The Fence

6:15 RFD

6::30 Sunrise Semester

7AM Tom And Jerry

7:30 Aquaman

8AM Abbott And Costello (This might have been the Hanna-Barbera Cartoons-designated in
color)

8:30 Bugs Bunny/Roadrunner

9:30 Wacky Races

10AM Archie

10:30 Batman/Superman Hour

11:30 Herculoids

Noon Shazzan!

12:30 Jonny Quest

1PM Sports World

1:15 Dugout Interviews

1:30 Baseball-Washington Senators at Cleveland Indians

4PM CBS Golf Classic

5:30 Wagon Train


7PM Death Valley Days

7:30 Jackie Gleasom

8:30 My Three Sons

9PM Hogan's Heroes

9:30 Petticoat Junction

10PM Mannix

11PM News

11:25 Movie-Double Feature

Breakout-1943-BW

Accused Of Murder-1957-BW

2:30 With This Ring

WJAN 17 Canton

4PM Movie-TBA

5:30 Theatre One-Anthology reruns-BW

6:30 Living Lessons

7PM Bill Anderson-Country Music-BW

7:30 Portrait-Lee Marvin

8:30 Profiles In Courage-BW

9:30 Sikkim-Profile of a small Himalayan country near Tibet-SPECIAL

10:30 Movie-Reptilicus-Danish 1961-BW

WAKR 23 Akron ABC


9AM Casper

9:30 Gulliver

10AM SpiderMan

10:30 Fantastic Voyage

11AM Journey to the Center of the Earth

11:30 Fantastic Four

Noon George Of The Jungle

12:30 American Bandstand

1:30 Happening-Music

2PM Mr. District Attorney-BW

2:30 Movie-Frenzy-1946

4PM Byron Nelson Golf

5PM Wide World Of Sports

6:30 Football-Highlight Show of some kind

7PM Country Music

7:30 Dating Game

8PM Newlywed Game

8:30 Lawrence Welk

9:30 Hollywood Palace

10:30 Movie-Tonight We Raid Calais-1943-BW

(Interrupted for 11:00 News)

1AM Movie-Secret Beyond The Door-1948

WVIZ 25 NET
No Programming Listed

WUAB 43 Lorain-Cleveland

11AM University Showcase

11:30 Bugs Bunny

Noon Cartoons

12:30 Gadabout Gaddis-Fishing

1PM Boxing

2:30 Pro Bowling

3:30 Roller Derby

5PM Wrestling

6PM Time Tunnel

7PM Movie-Egypt By Three-1954-BW

8:30 Movie-City For Conquest-1940=BW

10:30 Movie-The Mad Genius 1931-BW

12:35 Hugh Hefner

61 WKBF

10:30 Movie-Copper Sky 1957-BW

Noon Roller Derby

1PM Movie-Blondie Has Servant Trouble-1940-BW

2:30 Rawhide-BW
3:30 One Step Beyond-BW

4PM Twilight Zone-BW

4:30 Movie-Hurricane Island-1951 BW

6PM Wresrling

7PM I Love Lucy-BW

7:30 Movie-Invisible Creature-1961 BW

9PM Arrest And Trial-BW

10:30 Alan Douglas-Talk

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77 Sunset Strip was a black and white show the entire time it was a series. Sometimes TV Guide
did this, even Dennis The Menace was listed as a color program when it was a black and white
show for all 4 years of the show.

However, The Man From U.N.C.L.E peaks of curiosity since the 1st season was in black and white
and the rest of the series was in color. How did TV Guide determine which episode of Man From
U.N.C.L.E was going to be used besides an episode synopsis? They could have aired a first season
episode that day but TV Guide showed it in the listings as a color program.

And why did WEWS air American Bandstand at 7:30 AM in the morning? Was this a one week
delay while the rest of the ABC stations that aired American Bandstand in pattern aired the live
episode of the show?

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As the Man from UNCLE went forward, the scripts got a bit more wild and unrealistic:

"Ilya clashes with the Captain of a ship carrying a THRUSH tidal wave machine" Thus this episode
was probably after the first season..

As far as TV 5 carrying Bandstand at 7:30 AM..It was almost certainly a week delay..Plus they had
their own dance show. (Upbeat)..WEWS had always been relatively independent as far a major
network affiliates go anyway, routinely carrying a movie package locally during ABC Primetime in
the 1960's and early 70's.

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Love these old TV listings, thanks!

Now, 1969 is well before my time, but I can't help but to notice something about the Akron and
Canton programming: there are two country music programs.

Can I assume that it was strictly a regional thing? My general social or historical perception is
that folks living in the lakeshore counties (and Youngstown) might be more apt to want to watch
something like a polka show...while in Akron/Canton/Ravenna/etc. there were many people who
had come to find better work from WV and points south, and might enjoy country music more?
Or is this totally off-base?

I grew up in Northern Summit County in the 80's/90's, so I got the best of both worlds. ;D

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Quote Originally Posted by drbob932

Now, 1969 is well before my time, but I can't help but to notice something about the Akron and
Canton programming: there are two country music programs.

Can I assume that it was strictly a regional thing? My general social or historical perception is
that folks living in the lakeshore counties (and Youngstown) might be more apt to want to watch
something like a polka show...while in Akron/Canton/Ravenna/etc. there were many people who
had come to find better work from WV and points south, and might enjoy country music more?
Or is this totally off-base?

I don't think so really. WJAN-17 and WAKR-23 had a number of the syndicated shows..(Wilburn
Brothers, Pop Goes The Country, Porter Wagoner, Country Carnival, etc.).As time went by,
WUAB-43 had some of these shows as well..17 even had a live Saturday night country show from
some Canton bar..Also WSLR-AM 1350 was the Country Music Giant in the area..

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A lot of people who became residents of the Akron/Canton area came from

WV and points south. This was due to the blossoming rubber industry which

had a lot of jobs available at the factories such as Goodyear and Firestone.

There was even an old joke that used to be popular about those days that

"Akron was the capitol of West Virginia".....


As a result, Channel 49 (23's predecessor) used to run shows like Ozark

Jubilee, Porter Wagoner, Grand Ol' Opry, and others to serve that sizeable

segment of audience.

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Running American Bandstand at 7:30am is wrong...just wrong.

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You could have been in Dallas. WFAA didn't

run Bandstand at all (at least not in the '70s

and '80s).
If you think WEWS' scheduling of Bandstand

is bizarre, WVEC Norfolk, VA used to run Where

The Action Is at 8 AM (their kids' show Bungles

And His Friends aired at 4:30 PM, when Action

was on ABC).

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While we're at it, Bandstand almost never ran in Boston - certainly not WNAC (now WHDH; 7 ran
Charlie Chan movies in its place) nor WCVB (Candlepin Bowling aired for years in that time spot).
I believe WSBK TV-38 had Bandstand briefly in the mid to late 1970s.

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>>While we're at it, Bandstand almost never ran in Boston - certainly not WNAC (now WHDH; 7
ran Charlie Chan movies in its place) nor WCVB (Candlepin Bowling aired for years in that time
spot). I believe WSBK TV-38 had Bandstand briefly in the mid to late 1970s.<<
WNAC-TV never ran Bandstand into the 1960's and 70's. The Channel 7/ABC affiliation was not
exactly a "marriage made in heaven". WNAC had a pain in the a** tendency to delay or simply
pre-empt a LOT of ABC programs. Case in point, afternoons from 2:00-6:00 PM, they ran Ed
Miller's Dialing-For-Dollars Movie and Hank Bouchard's "Money Movie" instead of the ABC soaps
or the game show line up (Dating Game and The Newlywed Game block which they ran on a
tape delayed basis in the mornings). It wasn't until January 13, 1969, did Channel 7 finally run
the very popular soap "Dark Shadows". WSBK-TV ran 1 week delayed Black and White
kinescopes of the soap until Channel 7 finally ran the "live" (show was on tape) color feed from
ABC at 4:00 PM. It was an instant hit. I was a big DS well before 1/13/69 fan by watching it in
color on Channels 6 or 9. Channel 38's prints of the soap were pretty bad.

Now back to WHDH-TV Channel 5 and ABC.... while the original WHDH-TV (Channel 5) was an
ABC affiliate (1957-1961), they DID run Bandstand with both the afternoon (weekday) and
Saturday versions. WSBK-TV ran Bandstand in the 1966-1968 live from the network, as did
WMUR-TV (Channel 9) and WTEV (Channel 6). I watched it on 38. 38 also ran Dick Clark's "It's
Happening" (not the sit-com) back in 1968.

Retro: Eureka, Calif., 12/28/56-1/3/57

KIEM-TV, Eureka, Calif., had the market to itself in late 1956.

(Source: The Humboldt Standard)

DAYTIME MONDAY-FRIDAY

PM

12 NBC Matinee

1 Brighter Day (CBS)

1:15 Secret Storm (CBS)

1:30 Edge of Night (CBS)

2 Comedy Time

2:30 Truth or Consequences (NBC)

3 Feminine Fancies (local) Ive seen references to this show and Uncle Bill (see 5:30) being on
KBES in Medford, Ore. Were they simulcast on KBES and KIEM?
3:30 Strike It Rich (CBS)

4 Devotional

4:05 Redwood Camera

4:30 Mon: Your Own Home Show; Tue: pre-empted by Rose Bowl; Wed: Travel and Science; Thu:
Man to Man; Fri: The Pastor

4:45 Search for Tomorrow (CBS)

5 Mon: The Christophers; Tue: Building America Wed: Our Miss Brooks; Thu: Rin Tin Tin (ABC
from Fri. night); Fri: Wild Bill Hickok

5:30 Mon, Wed, Thu: Uncle Bill; Tue: Sketch Pad; Fri: Little Bill

6 News (local)

6:15 Mon, Tue.: Industry on Parade; Wed: Meet McGaragnans; Thu: Hungarian Relief Report;
Fri: Tralalita

FRIDAY NIGHT, DEC. 28

6:30 Travel and Science

7 Gillette Cavalcade of Sports (NBC)

8 Judge Roy Bean (synd.)

8:30 Crunch and Des (synd.)

9 Rosemary Clooney (synd.)

9:30 I Search for Adventure (synd.)

10 Harpers Ford Theater (Harpers was Eurekas Ford dealer)

11:30 News

11:45 Sign off

SATURDAY, DEC. 29

AM

10:45 Blue-Gray Game


PM

1:45 East-West Game

4:30 Mr. Wizard (NBC)

5 Big Picture

5:30 Faith for Today

6 People Are Funny (NBC)

6:30 Tennessee Ernie Ford (NBC from Thursday)

7 Beat the Clock (CBS)

7:30 Peter Potter Juke Box Jury

8 Jackie Gleason (CBS)

9 World Passport

9:30 Hey Jeannie (CBS)

10 Texas Rasslin

11 McDuffies Midnight Matinee: Genghis Khan

12A News

12:15 Sign off

SUNDAY, DEC. 30

PM

12 New Frontier

1 Big News of 56

2 Years of Crisis

3 Bowling Time

4 Lighted Window

4:30 The Mysterious Cells


5 This Is The Life (synd.)

5:30 Telephone Time (CBS)

6 Mission at Midcentury

6:30 Travel and Science

7 Jack Benny (CBS)

7:30 Star Performance (CBS)

8 Ed Sullivan (CBS)

9 Cross Current (synd.)

9:30 Alfred Hitchcock Presents (CBS)

10 Olympic Hilites

10:30 KIEM Theater: Rembrandt

11:30 News

11:45 Sign off

MONDAY NIGHT, DEC. 31

6:30 World Passport

7 Studio One (CBS)

8 Lineup (CBS from Fri.)

8:30 Redwood Spotlight

9 I Love Lucy (CBS)

9:30 December Bride (CBS)

10 Crusader (CBS from Fri.; this was last show of series)

10:30 Arthur Godfrey-Friends (CBS)

11 Madison Square Garden

11:15 News
11:30 Sign Off

TUESDAY, JAN. 1, 1957

AM

8:30 Mummers Parade

8:45 Tournament of Roses Parade

10:45 Orange Bowl: Colorado 27, Clemson 21 (CBS w/Tom Harmon)

PM

1:45 Rose Bowl: Iowa 35, Oregon State 19 (NBC w/Mel Allen)

6:30 TV Question Box

7 $64,000 Question (CBS)

7:30 Do You Trust Your Wife? (CBS)

8 Phil Silvers (CBS)

8:30 Travel and Science

9 Highway Patrol (synd.)

9:30 KIEM Theater: Jungle Book

11 News

11:15 Sign off

WEDNESDAY NIGHT, JAN. 2

6:30 Cal-Ore Panorama

7 U.S. Steel Hour (CBS)

8 Badge 114 (NBC or reruns?)

8:30 Science Fiction Theater (synd.)

9 The Millionaire (CBS)


9:30 Guy Lombardo (synd.)

10 Travel and Science

10:30 Lawrence Welk (ABC from Saturday)

11:30 News

11:45 Sign off

THURSDAY NIGHT, JAN. 3

6:30 Travel and Science

7 Life of Riley (NBC from Friday)

7:30 This Week In Sports

7:45 Telenews Weekly

8 Showtime

8:30 Climax (CBS)

9:30 World Passport

10 Frontier (NBC?)

10:30 This Is Your Life (NBC)

11 Championship Bowling

12M News

12:15 Sign off

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what was Search for Tomorrow doing on so late in the afternoon of the 1956 schedule. It's usual
timeslot was around 11:30am

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January 2nd, 1957

8 Badge 714(NBC or synd)

These were syndicated reruns of Dragnet while Dragnet was still on NBC with new episodes.

Wednesday:

5 Our Miss Brooks(CBS)

Only on Wednesday?? In Brooks and Marsh's book, Our Miss Brooks was a part of the CBS
daytime schedule(5 days a week) in reruns from October 1956 into the summer of 1957.
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Wednesday:

5 Our Miss Brooks(CBS)

Only on Wednesday?? In Brooks and Marsh's book, Our Miss Brooks was a part of the CBS
daytime schedule(5 days a week) in reruns from October 1956 into the summer of 1957.

[/quote]

(sorry, I don't know how this qoute system works) I think this station got to pick and choose what
they wanted from any source, regardless of what a network was offering.

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nose while driving over a bump.

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"I think this station got to pick and choose what they wanted from any source, regardless of
what a network was offering."

I think this was fairly typical in one-station markets in the 50s and 60s. I grew up in a big market
(L.A.) with 7 stations, but at that time, the TV Guide listed all Southern California stations. As late
as the early 60s, Santa Barbara's only station (KEYT) carried shows from all 3 networks. It looked
like they got to cherry-pick what they wanted. It later became an ABC affiliate.

On a trip in the late 60s, I stayed overnight in a Redding (CA) motel. Their news featured a local
Redding anchor, but the reports he introduced came from all 3 networks' evening news
programs.

Los Angeles Prime Time Easter Sunday 1958

April 6, 1958, Los Angeles--lucky L.A.--SEVEN channels to choose from!

NOTE:The only Easter programming that day was in the daytime--KTTV (independent channel 11)
telecast the Easter Sunrise Services at the Hollywood Bowl from 4:50am to 6:10am, then signed
off until 11am! KNXT (CBS Channel 2) carried Easter Mass from Boston at 7am then an Episcopal
service from the National Cathedral in Washington at 8am. KRCA (NBC Channel 4) aired a film at
9am called "The Easter Vigil". At 11 am came "Easter With the Stars" on KABC (ABC Channel 7)
and independent KTTV telecast the Beverly Hills Easter Parade at 1pm. Then as now, Channels 2,
4 and 7 were owned by their respective networks

KTLA Channel 5 was owned by Gene Autry, KTTV Channel 11 by the Los Angeles Times
newspaper,KCOP Channel 13 by The San Diego Union newspaper, KHJ Channel 9 by RKO General.

6:00 P.M.

2Amos 'n' Andy


4Meet -the Press: George V.

Allen

5Bugs Bunny & .Friends

7Annie Oakley. Gail Davis

9Championship Bowling:

Ed Brosius vs. Glen Allison

Grant Holcomb calls the action

6:30

2The 20th Century, Walter

Cronkite: "Victory Over

Polio"

4Outlook, Chet Huntley:

.. "Chicago's 'Hillbillies' "

5Polka Parade, Dick Sinclair

7The Falcon, Chas. McGraw

11_Wallace Beery Movies:

"The Bugle Sounds,"

Marjorie Main, Lewis Stone

13Heart of the City

7:00 P.M.

2Lassie, Jon Provost

4(Color) My Friend Flicka

7What's the Name of That


Song?, Bill Gwinn

9Holiday, USA, Austin

Green: "San Francisco"

13Dan Smoot Reports:

"Double Standards"

7:15

13_Weekend Roundup, Dan Riss

7:30

2Jack Benny Show,' with

Ronnie Burns

4No Warning! "Emergency,"

Elisha Cook, Peggy

Webber

'5Movie: " Jezebel,'' Bette

Davis, George Brent

7_Maverick, James Garner,

9Preliminary Hearing:

Divorce, Dr. Paul Popenoe

13Hi-Time, Joan Vohs:

"Cutting the Apron

Strings"

8:00 P. M.
2Ed Sullivan Show, with

Maurice Chevalier, Guy

Lombardo, Conrad Hilton,

Betty Johnson,- Carol

Burnett, Chicago Opera

Ballet

4(Color) Steve Allen Show

with Jane Powell, Orson

Welles ,Senor Wences,

Alan Dale, the Bay Bops

9Movie: "The Fargo Kid,"

- Tim Holt

13The Big Debate:

"Permanent PWA".

8:30

7Adventure at Scott- Island

Barry Sullivan

LiNew Adventures of Martin

Kane, William Gargan

13Dan Lundberg Show:'

"Do We Want the

Dodgers?"

. 9:00 P. M.
2G-E Theater: "No Hiding

Place," Ronald Reagan,

Geraldine Page

4(Color) Dinah Shore Show

with Ray Bolger, Jan

Clayton, McGuire Sisters

7Sid Caesar' Invites You

9Movie: "'Affair in Monte

Carlo," Merle Oberon

11 Movie: "The Vanishing

Virginian." Frank Morgar

Spring Byington

13Rev. Oral Roberts

9:30

2Alfred Hitchcock Presents

"Disappearing Trick,"

Robert Horton, Betsy Von

Furstenburg

5Yesterday's Newsreels

7You Asked for It, -Jack

Smith

13Sunday Sing, Earl William

10:00 P.M.
2$64,000 Challenge, -R. Story

4Loretta Young Show:

"To Open a Door," Miss

Young, Tom Helmore

5ByLine, Mark Stevens

7I Spy,- Raymond Massey

13Voice of Calvary

10:30

2What's My Line, John Daly

4-Movie: "The Quiet Man,"

John Wayne, Maureen

O'Hara

5Wanted, Walter McGraw

7_Movie: "The Guilty,"

Bonita Granville

9Bowlathon (10:35)

13O. L. Jaggers

10:45

11Sunday News, Bill Welsh

11:00 P. M.

2-News Special. Bill Stout

4Lee Giroux, -News


5News; Your Income Tax

11Sun. Sports,.Bill Welsh

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A couple of things I noticed, and remember from my early childhood in 58 - Dan Smoot was one
of a number of right-wing anti-communist types who had daily 15 minute commentary programs
on the various LA independents. One of the others was Dr. Harold Fishman, who we all know
today as grandfatherly news anchor Hal.

Bill Welsh who anchored the late news and sports on KTTV was Channel 11's sole anchor for
their Rose Parade coverage for many years - at least into the late 70s.

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Re: Los Angeles Prime Time Easter Sunday 1958


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dan_Smoot

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bill_Welsh

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Quote Originally Posted by ercjncpr

NOTE:The only Easter programming that day was in the daytime--KTTV (independent channel 11)
telecast the Easter Sunrise Services at the Hollywood Bowl from 4:50am to 6:10am...

Wonder why the telecast (and service?) started so early. El Lay sunrise that day

was not until 0535 PST. (DST did not begin then until the last Sunday in April.)

Source: USNO sunrise/sunset tables (1958/Los Angeles, CA)--

http://aa.usno.navy.mil/data/docs/RS_OneYear.html#notes

Save AM radio...kill I-CRAP.

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Quote Originally Posted by ercjncpr

KTLA Channel 5 was owned by Gene Autry

...not yet. Autry bought KTLA in 1964 (Tom Snyder worked in their news department at the time
and told me everyone on the staff thought Autry was crazy for laying out the amount of money
that he did). Before that, KTLA was owned by Paramount Pictures, and had carried kinescopes of
DuMont network programming in the late '40s...

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Quote Originally Posted by ercjncpr

KTLA Channel 5 was owned by Gene Autry

...not yet. Autry bought KTLA in 1964 (Tom Snyder worked in their news department at the time
and told me everyone on the staff thought Autry was crazy for laying out the amount of money
that he did). Before that, KTLA was owned by Paramount Pictures, and had carried kinescopes of
DuMont network programming in the late '40s...
I stand corrected and should have consulted the "KTLA at 45" documentary that I still have on
VHS before posting. I was going by memory. Thank You! unfortunately, the forum system wont
let me edit at this point. However, I have read from several sources that KTTV became the
DuMont affilliate in the early 50s after William S Paley had to buy back Channel 2 in 1951.
Channel 2 was allocated to CBS around 1945, but Paley sold it to Don Lee because he thought
that TV was still years away from being of any commercial practicality. Oops!

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Were the Steve Allen & Dinah Shore shows normally broadcast in color at that time?

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Quote Originally Posted by Corky Marlowe

Were the Steve Allen & Dinah Shore shows normally broadcast in color at that time?

...I suspect Steve Allen had moved his show to Los Angeles by this time, thus he would have
been a colorcast, albeit by videotape. Dinah Shore would definitely have been in color (I think
L.A. productions were primarily color by this time while there were still some black&white items
originating from New York)...

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By the way, the source for my original posting was a cut and paste of a .pdf file from the radio-TV
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Retro:Cleveland area Sunday, December 20, 1953

Source:TV Guide

4 WNBK Cleveland NBC

8:45 Norman Vincent Peale

9AM Frontiers Of Faith

9:30 TV Sunday School


10AM Mr. Wizard

10:30 American Inventory

11AM American Forum

11:30 Nature Of Things

11:45 Magic Clown

Noon Captain Midnight

12:30 Health And The Hope

1PM Bill Gordon

1:30 Movie-TBA

3PM Techniscience

3:30 Kukla, Fran and Ollie

4PM Excursion

4:30 Zoo Parade-Marlin Perkins

5PM Hallmark Hall Of Fame-Amahl/Night Visitors

6PM Meet The Press

6:30 Roy Rogers

7PM Paul Winchell

7:30 Mr. Peepers

8PM Colgate Comedy Hour-Donald O' Connor

9PM TV Playhouse

10PM Letter To Loretta-Loretta Young

10:30 Man Against Crime

11PM Movie-Lady And The Monster-Followed by Late News

5 WEWS Cleveland CBS


11AM The Pastor

11:30 United Nations News

11:45 Captain Hartz

Noon Gene Carroll Show-Talent

1PM Polka Parade

1:30 Movie-Nine Men

3PM Sandusky High School Choir-Christmas Music

3:30 Man Of The Week

4PM Juvenile Jury

4:30 Fun With Charades-Bob Dale-Local Game Show

5PM Omnibus-Alistair Cooke

Guest:Helen Hayes in 2 of 4 segments

6:30 You Are There-Walter Cronkite

7PM Range Rider-Synd.

7:30 Private Secretary

8PM Toast Of The Town

9PM Fred Waring

9:30 Man Behind The Badge

10PM Foreign Intrigue-Synd.

10:30 What's My Line?

11PM CBS News-Don Hollenbeck

11:15 The WEB-CBS From Sun. 10PM

11:45 Movie-Devil Bat


8 WXEL ABC/DuMont Cleveland

11:30 The Christophers

11:45 Star Babes-Kids

12:15 Faith For Today

12:45 TV Travel

1PM Prescription For Living

1:30 To Be Announced

2PM Movie-Miracle On Main Street

4:30 Ohio Story-History

4:40 Ken Ward Show-Hints

4:55 News Flashes

5PM Super Circus-ABC

6PM Paul Hartman Show-ABC (Fri. 9PM)

6:30 George Jessel Show-ABC

7PM You Asked For It-ABC

7:30 TV Teen Club-Paul Whiteman-ABC

8PM Songs For Christmas-Princeton Univ. and Smith College Glee Clubs-ABC

8:30 Holy Night-Film-ABC

9PM Walter Winchell-ABC

9:15 Orchid Award-ABC

9:30 Plainclothesman-DuMont

10PM Jeweler's Showcase-Synd.

10:30 Peter Potter-ABC

11PM Movie-Silver Queen


27 WKBN CBS/DuMont/ABC Youngstown

1PM Prescription For Living

1:30 Polka Party

2PM Panorama

3PM Lamp Unto My Feet

4PM This Is The Life

4:30 Movie Miniature

4:50 Ohio Story

5PM Omnibus

6:30 You Are There

7PM TV Hour

8PM Toast Of The Town

9PM Ray Bolger-ABC (Thurs. 8:30)

9:30 Man Behind The Badge

10PM The Web

10:30 Red Skelton-CBS (Tues. 8:30)

11PM Movie-TBA

12:30 News

49 WAKR-ABC Akron

3PM Polo from New York

4PM Three Generations-Drama


4:30 Madison Square Garden

5PM Super Circus

6PM Cowboy G-Man

6:30 Mirror Theater

7PM News

7:15 Star Room

7:30 TV Teen Club-Paul Whiteman

8PM Songs For Christmas

8:30 Holy Night-Film

9PM Walter Winchell

9:15 Orchid Award

9:30 Peter Potter

10:30 This Is The Life

11PM News, Weather-Murphy

73 WFMJ NBC Youngstown

12:30 Movie-Bush Pilot

1:30 Frontiers Of Faith

2PM American Inventory

2:30 American Forum

3PM President's Week

3:15 Industry On Parade

3:30 Kukla, Fran and Ollie

4PM Excursion
4:30 Film Fare

5PM Hallmark Hall Of Fame-Amahl/Night Visitors

6PM That We May See

6:15 What's Your Trouble?

6:30 Roy Rogers

7PM Paul Winchell

7:30 Mr. Peepers

8PM Colgate Comedy Hour-Donald O' Connor

9PM TV Playhouse

10PM Letter To Loretta-Loretta Young

10:30 Man Against Crime

11PM Movie-Three Is A Family

Midnight News

Retro:Cleveland area Monday, December 25, 1961

From:TV Guide

KYW-3 NBC Cleveland

6:35 News

6:40 Farm Fare

6:45 Care and Feeding of Money

7AM Today-John Chancellor

9AM Funsville

9:25 Kukla, Fran and Ollie


9:30 Truth Or Consequences (delayed)

10AM Give N Take-Tom Haley

10:30 Play Your Hunch-Merv Griffin-COLOR

11AM Christmas Service-Washington Cathedral

Noon News

12:30 It Could Be You-COLOR

12:55 NBC News-Ray Scherer

1PM Mike Douglas

2:30 Loretta Young

3PM Young Dr. Malone

3:30 Barnaby's Christmas Party-with Barnaby and Woodrow (Linn Sheldon, Clay Conroy)

5PM Movie-Christmas Carol-1938

6:30 News, Weather-Bill Jorgensen, Dick Goddard

6:45 NBC News-Huntley/Brinkley

7PM Huckleberry Hound

7:30 Alfred Hitchcock (Tue 8:30)

8PM M-Squad-Synd

8:30 Price Is Right-COLOR

9PM 87th Precinct

10PM Thriller

11PM News, Weather-Jorgenson, Goddard

11:15 PM East, PM West

1AM Movie-Chocolate Soldier-1941

WEWS-5 ABC Cleveland


8:55 News

9AM Christmas Is a Song

9:30 Romper Room

10AM Music For Christmas

10:55 Gabriel Heatter

11AM The Texan

11:30 Yours for a Song

Noon News

12:10 Noon Show-Captain Penny

12:45 Movie-Miracle On 34th Street 1947

2:30 Seven Keys

3PM Queen For A Day

3:30 Who Do You Trust-Johnny Carson

4PM Concert For Christmas-SPECIAL

5PM Pied Piper-SPECIAL

6:30 Dorothy Fuldheim

6:45 News, Weather Tom Field, Carolyn Johnson

7PM Board Of Education

7:15 Meet Your Schools

7:30 Cheyenne

8:30 Rifleman

9PM Surfside 6

10PM Ben Casey

11PM News-Tom Field, Joel Daly


11:15 Jack Paar-COLOR

1AM News

WJW-8 CBS Cleveland

6:50 Meditation

6:55 News

7AM College of The Air

7:30 Rex Humbard

7:45 Clutch Cargo

8AM Captain Kangaroo

9AM Movie-Ernie's Place (Ernie Anderson/Tim Conway) Christmas In Connecticut-1945

11AM Video Village

11:30 Your Surprise Package-George Fenneman

11:55 CBS News-Harry Reasoner

Charles Collingwood subs as Mr. Reasoner had Christmas day off

Noon Love Of Life

12:30 Search For Tomorrow

12:45 Guiding Light

1PM Star Performance-Anthology reruns

1;30 As The World Turns

2PM You Asked For It

2:30 House Party

3PM Millionaire-Drama

3:30 Verdict Is Yours


3:55 CBS News-Collingwood

4PM Brighter Day

4:15 Secret Storm

4:30 Edge Of Night

5PM Movie-A Medal For Benny-1945

6:20 News-Warren Moran

6:25 Straightaway-Synd.

6:55 Weather-Howard Hoffman

7PM City Camera News-Doug Adair

7:15 CBS News-Douglas Edwards

Shades of things to came as Walter Cronkite subs for Edwards Christmas week

7:30 To Tell The Truth-Panelarren McGavin, Johnny Carson, Dina Merrill and Betty White

8PM Pete And Gladys

8:30 Window On Main Street-Robert Young

9PM Danny Thomas

9:30 Andy Griffith

10PM Hennessey

10:30 Iv'e Got A Secret-Panel:Bill Cullen, Henry Morgan, Bess Myerson and Betsy Palmer

11PM News-Warren Guthrie

11:10 City Report-Adair

11:15 Sports-John Fitzgerald

11:20 Movie-Star Spangled Rhythm 1942 with Betty Hutton who just passed away in the last few
days

1AM Medic
WICU-12 Erie ABC

7:30 Panorama

9AM Encyclopedia

9:30 Movie-Remember The Day 1941

11AM Texan

11:30 Yours For A Song

Noon Camouflage

12:30 Make A Face

1PM Day In Court

1:25 ABC News-Alex Drier

1:30 Tell-A-View-Ned McGrath

2PM Number Please

2:30 Seven Keys

3PM Queen For A Day

3:30 Who Do You Trust-Johnny Carson

4PM Movie-Come To The Stable-1949

6PM RMCP-Synd.

6:30 News

6:45 ABC Evening News

7PM Sea Hunt

7:30 Cheyenne

8:30 Rifleman

9PM Surfside 6

10PM Ben Casey


11PM News

11:20 Movie-A Tree Grows In Brooklyn 1945

WFMJ-21 Youngstown NBC

7AM Today

9AM It's A Great Life

9:30 Honeymooners

10AM Say When-Art James 10:30 Play Your Hunch-Merv Griffin-COLOR

11AM Christmas Service-Washington Cathedral

Noon Truth Or Consequences

12:30 It Could Be You-COLOR

12:55 NBC News-Ray Scherer

1PM News

1:15 Kitchen Corner-Mariner

2PM Jan Murray-COLOR

2:30 Loretta Young

3PM Young Dr. Malone

3:30 From These Roots

4PM Make Room For Daddy

4:30 Here's Hollywood

4:55 NBC News-Sander Vanocur

5PM Kukla, Fran and Ollie

5:05 Suzie-Children

5:25 Bozo The Clown-Russell


5:50 Clutch Cargo

6:30 News

6:45 NBC News-Huntley/Brinkley

7PM Men Into Space

7:30 Rosemary Clooney

8PM National Velvet

8:30 Price Is Right-COLOR

9PM 87th Precinct

10PM Thriller

11PM News

11:20 Jack Paar-COLOR

WKBN-27 Youngstown-CBS

7:25 College Of The Air

7:55 News

8AM Captain Kangaroo

9AM Romper Room

10AM Calendar-Reasoner

10:30 I Love Lucy

11AM Video Village

11:30 Your Surprise Package-George Fenneman

11:55 CBS News-Harry Reasoner

Charles Collingwood subs as Mr. Reasoner had Christmas day off

Noon Love Of Life


12:30 News-Dick Minton

12:35 Movie-A Christmas Carol-1938

2PM Password-Mike Nichols, Joan Bennett

2:30 House Party

3PM Millionaire-Drama

3:30 Verdict Is Yours

3:55 CBS News-Collingwood

4PM Club 27-David Allan

4:30 Life Of Riley

5PM Three Stooges And Stanley

6PM College Christmas Carol-Youngstown State Univ.

6:30 News

6:45 CBS News-Cronkite

7PM Brothers Brannagan-Synd.

7:30 To Tell The Truth-Panelarren McGavin, Johnny Carson, Dina Merrill and Betty White

8PM Pete And Gladys

8:30 Window On Main Street-Robert Young

9PM Danny Thomas

9:30 Andy Griffith

10PM Hennessey

10:30 Iv'e Got A Secret-Panel:Bill Cullen, Henry Morgan, Bess Myerson and Betsy Palmer

11PM News-Warren Guthrie

11:10 Local News

11:20 Movie-Mission Over Korea 1953


WKST-33 Youngstown-ABC

9AM Kartoon Showtime

10AM Susie-Ann Sothern

10:30 Burns And Allen

11AM Texan

11:30 Yours For A Song

Noon Camouflage

12:30 Make A Face

1PM Day In Court

1:25 ABC News-Alex Drier

1:30 December Bride

2PM Number Please

2:30 Seven Keys

3PM Queen For A Day

3:30 Who Do You Trust-Johnny Carson

4PM American Bandstand

4:50 Newsstand-Roger Sharp

5PM Barney Bean

6PM ABC Evening News

6:15 News

6:30 Rescue 8-Synd.

7PM Achievement

7:30 Cheyenne

8:30 Rifleman

9PM Surfside 6
10PM Ben Casey

11PM News

11:25 Movie-Once Upon A Time 1944

WSEE-35 Erie, Pa. CBS/NBC

7AM Today

9AM Captain Kangaroo

10AM Calendar-Reasoner

10:30 I Love Lucy

11AM Video Village

11:30 Your Surprise Package-George Fenneman

11:55 CBS News-Harry Reasoner

Charles Collingwood subs as Mr. Reasoner had Christmas day off

Noon Love Of Life

12:30 Search For Tomorrow

12:45 Guiding Light

1PM Coffee Break-Pat English

1:30 As The World Turns

2PM Password-Mike Nichols, Joan Bennett

2:30 House Party

3PM Young Doctor Malone-NBC

3:30 Verdict Is Yours

3:55 CBS News-Collingwood

4PM Brighter Day


4:15 Secret Storm

4:30 Edge Of Night

5PM Kukla, Fran and Ollie

5:05 Joe Ray And Friends

5:30 Joe Ray, Music Wrangler

6PM News

6:15 College Of The Air

6:45 CBS News-Cronkite

7PM National Velvet-NBC

7:30 To Tell The Truth-Panelarren McGavin, Johnny Carson, Dina Merrill and Betty White

8PM Pete And Gladys

8:30 Window On Main Street-Robert Young

9PM Danny Thomas

9:30 Andy Griffith

10PM Hennessey

10:30 Iv'e Got A Secret-Panel:Bill Cullen, Henry Morgan, Bess Myerson and Betsy Palmer

11PM News

11:25 Magic Moments In Sports

11:30 Jack Paar-NBC-COLOR

WXTV-45 Youngstown Independent

6PM What's In The World?

6:05 TV Jigsaw

6:20 Club Calendar


6:30 45 Hop-Music

8PM Christmas Film-A Star Shall Rise-With Raymond Burr, Jay Novello, Anthony Caruso

Story of the Wise Men-Also aired Saturday 12-23 at 9AM on channel 5

8:30 Movie-The King and Four Queens-1956

10PM Movie-The Sun Shines Bright

WAKR-49 Akron-ABC

11AM Texan

11:30 Yours For A Song

Noon Camouflage

12:30 Make A Face

1PM Day In Court

1:25 ABC News-Alex Drier

1:30 Cartoon Time

2PM Number Please

2:30 Seven Keys

3PM Queen For A Day

3:30 Who Do You Trust-Johnny Carson

4PM American Bandstand

4:50 Newsstand-Roger Sharp

5PM Movie-After The Thin Man-1936

6PM Singing Towers

6:30 Cartoon Time


6:45 ABC Evening News

7PM News-Jack Fitzgibbons

7:15 Weather

7:20 Following The Zips-Akron Univ. Sports

7:30 Expedition!-Akron

8PM Movie-A Christmas Carol-1938

9:30 Code 3-Synd.

10PM Ben Casey

11PM News

11:15 Movie-China Seas-1935

Synd.=Syndicated

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Quote Originally Posted by Tim L

From:TV Guide

KYW-3 NBC Cleveland

11:15 PM East, PM West

WEWS-5 ABC Cleveland

11:15 Jack Paar-COLOR

WFMJ-21 Youngstown NBC

11:20 Jack Paar-COLOR

WSEE-35 Erie, Pa. CBS/NBC

11:30 Jack Paar-NBC-COLOR

...interesting to see Westinghouse sending NBC's Jack Paar off to the Cleveland ABC affiliate in
order to clear their own syndicated "PM East/PM West" (first hour with Mike Wallace and Joyce
Davidson in New York, last half-hour with Terrence O'Flaherty in San Francisco). Did
Westinghouse also bump Paar in Boston? Also odd how Youngstown joined Paar at 11:20, which
would have meant halfway into Paar's opening monologue...

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Wow, my first Christmas! Not that I remember any of it...

Slightly OT, but Jack Paar is listed as being in color. Was The Tonight Show broadcast in color
during Carson's early years, too? The few highlights shown from that time, like the Ed Ames
tomahawk throw, are shown in b/w, but are they maybe just b/w kinescopes?

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..."The Tonight Show" went color about midway through Paar's reign. It was also regularly
videotaped from early in the Paar tenure, but any preservation was done by kinescope up to the
point in the early '70s when Carson demanded and got co-ownership of the show from NBC.
Paar's prime-time show was produced in the same studio on the same equipment as Carson's
"Tonight Show" (Paar taped on Sundays while Carson taped on weeknights); when Paar took his
show to London or Honolulu, the show had to be kinescoped, for which Paar made a comic
opening film clip of a photo of a zebra against a black background, with Paar intoning the show
was brought to its viewers in "glorious black&white" (the clip appears on one of the episodes in
the Paar DVD set released by Shout! Factory just after he died)...

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I didn't realize the Washington Cathedral service

had been broadcast for so long; I thought that

was distributed by the Allbritton stations (WJLA

in the nation's capital). I suppose that's because

I've been watching every Christmas for the last

twenty years or so but not prior.

On a secular note, did WEWS pre-empt Camouflage

and American Bandstand regularly?

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Quote Originally Posted by bpatrick

On a secular note, did WEWS pre-empt Camouflage

and American Bandstand regularly?

From other schedules I've done in the past, it seems Channel 5 did carry the afternoon
Bandstand more often than not into the early 1960's..TV 5 just seemed to want to put a holiday
special there..

As far as ABC Noon ET programming I don't believe Channel 5 ever carried it very often..The
Captain Penny "Noon Show" got pretty good ratings throughout the 1960's..And They have had
news either at 12 Noon or 12:30 PM for probably over 45 years..

As an aside, I know I post a lot of Christmas or near Christmas dates..I have a special fondness for
that time of the year..especially when it comes to TV Holiday specials and such.

Retro:Cleveland area Saturday, December 20, 1953

Source:Lake Erie Edition TV Guide

Channel 4 WNBK Cleveland

9AM Youth Wants to Know

9:30 Cartoon Time

10AM Buckskin Billy-Western Host


11AM Creative Cookery-Francois Pope

Noon Here's Looking at You-Beauty

12:30 To Be Announced

12:45 Industry On Parade

1PM Movie-Time Of Your Life-James Cagney, William Bendix

2:30 Movie-Little Men-Kay Francis, Jack Oakie

4PM Stagecoach Theater-Western-Deadline-Ken Maynard

5PM Bowlers' Jackpot-Sammy Levine, Loraine Andre

6PM Cisco Kid

6:30 Johnny Mack Brown

7PM Citizen's League-Service

7:30 Ethel And Albert-Comedy

8PM Bonino-Comedy

8:30 Ted Mack Amateur Hour

9PM Your Show Of Shows-Sid Caesar, Imogene Coca

10:30 Your Hit Parade

11PM Tom Field-News

11:05 Movie-Batttling Hoofer-James Cagney, Evelyn Dow, William Frawley

Channel 5 WEWS-CBS Cleveland

9:30 Western Reserve Telecourse

9:55 Morning News

10AM Cabbages and Queens-Home Type show with Paige Palmer

10:45 Jon Gnagy-Learn To Draw


11AM Space Patrol

11:30 Rod Brown, Rocket Ranger

Noon Big Top-Circus

1PM-Lone Ranger

1:30 Hobbytown USA

2PM Views and Reviews-Cleveland Public Library Chorus sings carols

2:30 Movie-Grand Escapade

5PM Ramar Of The Jungle-DEBUT-Jon Hall Stars

5:30 Polka N Fun

6PM Beat The Clock-Bud Collyer (CBS Saturday 7:30)

6:30 Inside Catholic Schools

7PM Life With Father

7:30 To Be Announced

8PM Jackie Gleason

9PM Two For The Money-Quiz-Herb Shriner

9:30 My Favorite Husband-Comedy

10PM Medallion Theater

10:30 Revlon Mirror Theater

11PM Movie-We're Going to be Rich-Gracie Fields, Brian Donlevy

12:30 Movie-Lighthouse-News following the movie

Channel 8 WXEL DuMont, ABC Cleveland

9:30 Film Short

9:45 Animal Fun-Film


10AM Smilin Ed McConnell-ABC

10:30 Tootsie(Roll) Hippodrome-ABC

11AM Merry Go-Round-Walt "Kousin" Kay

11:30 Tom Corbett, Space Cadet-ABC

12:30 By Jupiter-Kids

1PM Movie-Quadruple Feature-Mostly short subjects

1.Tough to Handle-Frankie Darrow

2. Shadow On Th Range-Johnny Mack Brown

3. Oil Raider-Buster Crabbe

4. Gangster Den-Buster Crabbe

3PM Pro Basketball (NBA)-Syracuse Nationals at Boston Celtics-DuMont

5PM One World City-Sidney Andorn

6PM Bible Forum

6:30 Colonel Humphrey Flack-Comedy-DuMont (Wed. 9PM on the DuMont Net)

7PM Dotty Mack-ABC

7:30 Leave It To The Girls-ABC

8PM Talent Patrol-ABC-Armed Services Talent Show

8:30 Music From Meadowbrook-ABC

9PM Pro Boxing-ABC

9:45 Fight Talk-ABC

10PM Rocky King-DuMont

10:30 Movie-Wooden Horse

Midnight Sports Showcase


12:15 Wrestling-Hollywood

Channel 49 WAKR ABC Akron

2:30 Akron Univ. Basketball

4:30 "Bar 49" Theatre-Western movies

6:30 Dotty Mack

7:30 Royal Playhouse-Syndicated

8PM Talent Patrol

8:30 Music From Meadowbrook

9PM Pro Boxing

9:45 Fight Talk

10PM Madison Square Garden

10:30 Wrestling

Channel 27 WKBN CBS, ABC, DuMont Youngstown

10AM Western Movie

11AM Winky Dink-CBS

11:30 Captain Video-DuMont

Noon-Big Top-CBS

1PM Johnny Jupiter-CBS

1:30 What In The World-Panel

2PM Double Feature-Movie

4:30 Movie-Western
5:30 Boxing-Film

6:30 News This Week

6:45 Don Gardner

7PM Meet Millie-CBS-Comedy

7:30 Beat The Clock-CBS

8PM Jackie Gleason-CBS

9PM Two For The Money-CBS

9:30 Talent Patrol-ABC

10:30 Revlon Mirror Theater-CBS

11PM Wrestling-Chicago

11:05 Sports Showcase

11:20 Wrestling continues

Midnight News

Channel 73 WFMJ-TV NBC Youngstown

11AM Movie-O' Malley, Mounted

1PM Movie-Double Feature

1.Forged Passport

2. Delinquent Parents

5:30 Christmas Preview

6PM Week In Review

6:30 Serial Theater


7PM Mr. Wizard

7:30 Ethel And Albert-Comedy

8PM Bonino-Comedy

8:30 Ted Mack Amateur Hour

9PM Your Show Of Shows-Sid Caesar, Imogene Coca

10:30 Your Hit Parade

11PM Movie-Stage 73-The Outlaw Land

Midnight-News
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You forgot one thing ;D

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Retro: Atlanta Saturday, April 3, 1971

From the Atlanta Constitution. Schedules

run from 8 AM.

WSB Ch. 2 (NBC)


8 AM Popeye

9 AM Woody Woodpecker

9:30 Bugaloos

10 AM Dr. Dolittle

10:30 Pink Panther

11 AM H.R. Pufnstuf

11:30 Here Comes The Grump

12 N Movie: "Tarzan And The

She-Devil"

1:30 Wild Kingdom (delay from

Sunday 7 PM)

2 PM College Basketball: East-

West All-Star Game

4 PM Spotlight: Phil Silvers (time

approximate)

5 PM Perry Mason

6 PM News

6:30 NBC News

7 PM Death Valley Days

7:30 Andy Williams

8:30 Movie: "The Nutty Professor"

(may have been NBC's movie,

but with Ch. 2 you never knew)

11 PM News

11:30 Movie: "Five Golden Dragons"


WAGA Ch. 5 (CBS)

8 AM Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Hour

9 AM Mr. Pix

10 AM Josie And The Pussycats

10:30 Harlem Globetrotters

11 AM Archie's Funhouse

12 N Scooby Doo

12:30 Monkees

1 PM Dastardly & Muttley In Their

Flying Machines

1:30 Jetsons

2 PM Sabrina And The Groovie

Goolies

3 PM I Spy

4 PM CBS Golf Classic

5 PM Hawaii Five-O (delay from

Wed. 10 PM)

6 PM News

6:30 CBS News

7 PM Xernona Clayton

7:30 Mission: Impossible

8:30 My Three Sons

9 PM Arnie
9:30 Mary Tyler Moore

10 PM Mannix

11 PM News

11:30 Movie: "The Sins Of Rachel

Cade"

WGTV Ch. 8 (PBS)

6:30 Prague: Summer Of The Tanks

7:30 Untamed World

8 PM Great American Dream Machine

9:30 Kup's Show

11 PM Stardate

WQXI (WXIA) Ch. 11 (ABC)

8 AM Rifleman

8:30 Treehouse Club

9 AM Lancelot Link, Secret Chimp

10 AM Will The Real Jerry Lewis

Please Sit Down?

10:30 Scooper And The Doubledeckers

11 AM Hot Wheels

11:30 Sky Hawks

12 N Motor Mouse
12:30 Hardy Boys (animated)

1 PM American Bandstand

2 PM Atlanta: Now

3 PM Movie: "Bright Eyes"

4:30 Outdoors With Liberty Mutual

5 PM Wide World Of Sports

6:30 Hazel

7 PM What's My Line?

7:30 Lawrence Welk

8:30 Pearl Bailey

9:30 Johnny Cash (delay from Wed.

9 PM)

10:30 Atlanta Wrestling

11:30 Movie: "The Sicilians"

WTCG (WTBS) Ch. 17 (Ind.)

8 AM Tomfoolery (pre-empted on Ch. 2)

8:30 Heckle & Jeckle (pre-empted on Ch. 2)

9 AM Banana Splits

9:30 Movie: "Queen Of Outer Space"

11 AM Roller Game

12 N Larry Kane Show

1 PM Movie: "Dressed To Kill" (Sherlock Holmes)

2:30 Thriller
3:30 Pro Bowlers Tour (pre-empted on Ch. 11)

5 PM Batman

5:30 Addams Family

6 PM Munsters

6:30 Untamed World

7 PM McHale's Navy

7:30 Laredo

8:30 Stock Car Racing

9 PM Championship Wrestling (I think this

came from Philadelphia)

10 PM Bullfights From Mexico (to 12)

WETV (WPBA) Ch. 30 (PBS)

off air on Saturday

Retro: Atlanta/Charlotte/Greensboro Friday, November 21, 1952

From the Greensboro Daily News and Atlanta

Constitution:

WFMY Ch. 2 Greensboro (CBS/NBC/ABC/DUMONT)

9:45 Morning Chapel--Bill Davis, Christian Endeavor

Union, West End Methodist Church

10 AM Wheel Of Fortune (the original, with people

spinning to win money to reward good deeds--


CBS)

11 AM There's One In Every Family (CBS)

11:30 Strike It Rich (CBS)

12 N Bride And Groom (CBS)

12:15 Love Of Life (CBS)

12:30 Search For Tomorrow (CBS)

12:45 RFD Piedmont

1 PM Big Payoff (NBC 3 PM)

1:30 Garry Moore (CBS)

2 PM Double Or Nothing (CBS)

2:30 Guiding Light (CBS)

2:45 Art Linkletter's House Party (CBS)

3:15 Mike (Wallace) and Buff (Cobb, Mrs.

Wallace) (CBS)

3:30 Shoppers Guide--Virginia Crihfield

4 PM Kate Smith (NBC)

4:30 Carolina Calling--Bill Guy

5 PM Tele-Story Time

5:15 Boys' Railroad Club

5:30 Howdy Doody (NBC)

6 PM Cisco Kid

6:30 Evening Edition

6:45 Sports Final--Charlie Harville

7 PM Movie Quick Quiz--Gomer Lesch

7:15 Little Theatre


7:30 CBS News--Douglas Edwards

7:45 Perry Como (CBS)

8 PM Gulf Playhouse (NBC 8:30)

8:30 My Friend Irma (CBS)

9 PM Schlitz Playhouse Of Stars (CBS)

9:30 Our Miss Brooks (CBS)

10 PM Gillette Cavalcade Of Sports--Henry

Davis vs. Paddy DeMarco, lightweights,

10 rounds (NBC)

10:45 Sports Parade

11 PM Racket Squad (CBS Thurs. 10 PM)

11:30 Balance Your Budget (CBS Sat. 10 PM)

12 M Final Edition

WSB Ch. 2 Atlanta (NBC)

10:15 Devotions

10:30 Pastor's Study

11 AM Come Into The Kitchen

11:30 Movie: "Exiled To Shanghai"

12:30 News

12:45 Movie: "Dangerous Passage"

2 PM Tea At Two

2:30 Peachtree Cowboys

3 PM Big Payoff
3:30 Welcome Travelers (NBC)

4 PM Kate Smith

5 PM Hawkins Falls (NBC)

5:15 Gabby Hayes (NBC)

5:30 Howdy Doody

6 PM Woody Willow

6:30 Short Drama

6:45 Weather And News

7 PM Peachtree Cowboys

7:15 Football Show

7:30 Those Two (NBC)

7:45 Camel News Caravan (NBC)

8 PM Dennis Day (NBC)

8:30 Gulf Playhouse

9 PM Big Story (NBC)

9:30 Aldrich Family (NBC)

10 PM Gillette Cavalcade Of Sports

10:45 Greatest Fights Of The Century (NBC)

11 PM News And Weather

11:15 Movie: "Linda Be Good"

12:45 Reflections And News

WBTV Ch. 3 Charlotte (CBS/NBC/ABC/DUMONT)

9:45 CBS Morning News


10 AM Wheel Of Fortune

11 AM There's One In Every Family

11:30 Strike It Rich

12 N Bride And Groom

12:15 Love Of Life

12:30 Search For Tomorrow

12:45 Shop By TV (and you thought home

shopping was something new)

1 PM Carolina Cookery

1:30 Garry Moore

2 PM Double Or Nothing

2:30 Guiding Light

2:45 Art Linkletter

3 PM Big Payoff

3:30 Movie Quick Quiz

3:45 Welcome Travelers

4 PM Kurt's Kaleidoscope

4:30 Kate Smith

5 PM Junior Rancho

5:30 Howdy Doody

6 PM Mr. Wizard (NBC Sat. 7 PM)

6:30 Looking Ahead

6:45 Weatherman

6:50 Vespers

7 PM Night Watchman
7:15 Stag Session

7:30 Douglas Edwards

7:45 Perry Como

8 PM Mama (CBS)

8:30 My Friend Irma

9 PM Schlitz Playhouse Of Stars

9:30 Telesports Digest

10 PM Groucho Marx (NBC Thurs. 8 PM)

10:30 Dragnet (NBC Thurs. 9 PM)

11 PM Chronoscope (CBS)

11:15 Movie: "Joe Palooka, Champ"

12:30 Sign Off

WAGA Ch. 5 Atlanta (CBS/DUMONT)

9:30 Religious Viewpoint

9:45 School Of The Air

10 AM Wheel Of Fortune

11 AM There's One In Every Family

11:30 Strike It Rich

12 N News

12:15 Love Of Life

12:30 Search For Tomorrow

12:45 TV Ranch

1:30 Garry Moore


2 PM Double Or Nothing

2:30 Guiding Light

2:45 Art Linkletter

3:15 Mike & Buff

3:45 Bride & Groom

4 PM Memo For Milady

4:30 Wild West Theater

5:30 Captain Video (DUMONT 7 PM)

6 PM News; Dinner Date

6:15 Toy Parade

6:30 Logan Sisters

6:45 Sports And News

7 PM March Of Time

7:30 Douglas Edwards

7:45 Perry Como

8 PM Mama

8:30 My Friend Irma

9 PM Schlitz Playhouse Of Stars

9:30 Our Miss Brooks

10 PM Foreign Intrigue

10:30 Mr. And Mrs. North (CBS 10 PM)

11 PM Chronoscope

11:15 News

11:30 Lord's Prayer


WLTV Ch. 8 (WXIA Ch. 11) Atlanta (ABC)

2 PM Movie: "Here Comes Kelly"

3:30 Shopping Atlanta

4 PM Music Shop (Dick Van dyke got a break

as host of this show. The show preceding

it was hosted by Mary Moore--not Mary Tyler

Moore, who was still in high school. But it is

a coincidence.)

4:45 Cartoon Capers

5 PM Circle 8 Ranch

6 PM Swingbillies

6:30 News And Weather

6:45 Swingbillies

7 PM Movie Quick Quiz

7:15 Cartoon Capers

7:30 Stu Erwin (ABC)

8 PM Ozzie And Harriet (ABC)

8:30 Live Like A Millionaire (ABC Sat. 7:30)

9 PM Life Begins At 80 (DUMONT)

9:30 Tales Of Tomorrow (ABC)

10 PM Movie: "Here Comes Kelly"

11:15 Sign Off

Retro: Atlanta Friday, April 9, 1971


From the Atlanta Constitution. Schedules

run from 7 AM.

WSB Ch. 2 (NBC)

7 AM Today

9 AM Today In Georgia

10 AM Dinah's Place

10:30 Concentration

11 AM Sale Of The Century

11:30 Hollywood Squares

12 N News

12:30 Mike Douglas

2 PM Days Of Our Lives

2:30 The Doctors

3 PM Another World

3:30 Bright Promise

4 PM Somerset

4:30 Truth Or Consequences

5 PM Perry Mason

6 PM News

7 PM NBC News

7:30 High Chaparral

8:30 Name Of The Game

10 PM Strange Report
11 PM News

11:30 Tonight Show

1 AM News

1:05 Movie: "The Castilian"

WAGA Ch. 5 (CBS)

7 AM CBS Morning News

8 AM Captain Kangaroo

9 AM Beverly Hillbillies (delay from

10:30 AM)

9:30 Family Affair (delay from 11 AM)

10 AM The Lucy Show

10:30 Phil Donahue

11:30 Love Of Life

12 N News

12:30 Search For Tomorrow

1 PM Famous Jury Trials

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 Gilligan's Island
4:30 David Frost

6 PM News

6:30 CBS News

7 PM News

7:30 The Interns

8:30 The New Andy Griffith Show

9 PM CBS Movie: "Tarzan And The

Great River"

11 PM News

11:30 Movie: "The Miracle Of Fatima"

WGTV Ch. 8 (PBS)

I assume instructional programs all day;

nothing is given.

4:30 What's New

5 PM Sesame Street

6 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

6:30 Now See This

7 PM Feed The Poor

7:30 Kukla, Fran And Ollie

8 PM Realities: "Play Ball!" (about

the 1970 World Series)

9 PM Hurdy Gurdy
9:30 American West

10 PM My Son

10:30 You Asked For It

11 PM Stardate

WQXI (WXIA) Ch. 11 (ABC)

7 AM Bullwinkle (delay from Sunday

11 AM)

7:30 Tubby And Lester

9 AM Romper Room

10 AM Movie: "The Old Testament"

11:30 That Girl

12 N Bewitched

12:30 News

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 My Favorite Martian

4:30 Movie: "Captive Wild Woman"

6 PM Dick Van dyke

6:30 Hazel
7 PM What's My Line?

7:30 Brady Bunch

8 PM Nanny And The Professor

8:30 Partridge Family

9 PM Room 222

9:30 Odd Couple

10 PM Love, American Style

11 PM News

11:30 Movie: "The Italian Brigands"

(Dick Cavett airs Sunday 11:30 PM)

NOTE: You read right. Ch. 11 did not

have an early newscast, nor did it carry

ABC News. The network news was added

Dec. 20, 1971; a 6 PM local newscast began

Sept. 18, 1972.

WTCG (WTBS) Ch. 17 (Ind.)

8 AM Cartoon Carnival

9 AM Banana Splits

9:30 Flintstones

10 AM Yogi Bear

10:30 Rocky And Bullwinkle

11 AM Topper

11:30 Jack LaLanne


12 N Jeopardy! (pre-empted on Ch. 2)

12:30 Who, What Or Where (pre-empted

on Ch. 2)

12:55 NBC News (pre-empted on Ch. 2)

1 PM Movie: "Karate"

3 PM Little Rascals

3:30 Flintstones

4 PM Gomer Pyle, USMC (pre-empted on

Ch. 5)

4:30 Banana Splits

5 PM Batman

5:30 Addams Family

6 PM Munsters

6:30 Get Smart

7 PM Petticoat Junction

7:30 It Takes A Thief

8:30 Dragnet

9 PM TBA

9:30 Fishin' Hole

10 PM Steve Allen

11:30 Merv Griffin (pre-empted on

Ch. 5)

WETV (WPBA) Ch. 30 (PBS)


Again, I assume instructional programs

all day; nothing is given.

4 PM Sesame Street

5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

5:30 Course Of Our Times

6 PM Playing The Guitar

6:30 Art Museum

7 PM French Chef

7:30 David Susskind

9:30 NET Playhouse: "The Movie

Crazy Years"

sign off 11 PM

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Re: Retro: Atlanta Friday, April 9, 1971

Quote Originally Posted by bpatrick


WQXI (WXIA) Ch. 11 (ABC)

7 AM Bullwinkle (delay from Sunday

11 AM)

...or possibly not. I recall that around this time WLUK/11 Green Bay ran half-hour blocks of the
syndicated "Rocky & His Friends" 15-minute package version of the same cartoons on weekday
mornings, and the Oshkosh Daily Northwestern would publish it as being "Bullwinkle" in its TV
listings, even though WLUK was also running the weekend "Bullwinkle Show" from ABC in
network feed pattern...

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Re: Retro: Atlanta Friday, April 9, 1971

In this case, it was a delay. Ch. 11 had a local

public-affairs show, "Countdown From Eleven,"

on Sundays at 11 AM. By 1972 Bullwinkle and

the rest of ABC's Sunday-morning kids' block was

airing in pattern in Atlanta, however, and that

continued for a couple of years until the station

decided to go after more money with paid religion.


Retro: St. John's, Nfld. Wed 8/8/84

from Newfoundland Herald

CJON-NTV St. John's (CTV)

5:00 NTV Rock Show

6:00 NTV News

7:00 CTV National News

7:20 NTV News

7:30 Pitfall

8:00 Canada AM

10:30 100 Huntley Street

11:30 Guess What

Noon Definition

12:30 Young & the Restless

1:30 Days of Our Lives

2:30 Don Harron

3:30 Another World

4:30 This Week in Baseball

5:00 General Hospital

5:30 Jeffersons

6:00 NTV Evening News Hour

7:00 Price is Right

8:00 A-Plus Lottery Draw (Atlantic Lottery show from ATV Moncton)

8:30 Solid Gold

9:30 NTV Wednesday Night Movie "Cave-In"


11:30 Olympics Highlights

12:30 CTV National News

12:50 NTV News: AM Edition

1:00 Entertainment Tonight

1:30 Waltons

2:30 Six Million Dollar Man

3:30 NTV Late Night Special: NFB films

4:30 CTV National News

4:50 NTV News: AM Edition

CBNT St. John's (CBC)

10:30 Test Pattern/Music

10:56 sign-on

11:00 CBC Regional News

11:05 All My Children

11:45 Friendly Giant

Noon Mr. Dressup

12:30 Sesame Street

1:30 1984 Summer Olympics

7:30 Here & Now

8:30 1984 Summer Olympics

12:30 The National

12:52 The Journal

1:25 Newsfinal

1:30 1984 Summer Olympics


3:30 sign-off

CBFJ St. John's (SRC, relays CBFT Montreal)

10:30 Le petit castor

11:00 Roquet belles oreilles

11:30 XXIIIe Jeux Olympiques

1:30 Le Telejournal

1:40 XXIIIe Jeux Olympiques

5:30 Felix et Ciboulette

6:00 Quatre amis fantastiques

6:30 XXIIIe Jeux Olympiques

11:30 Le Telejournal

11:50 Le Point

Mid. XXIIIe Jeux Olympiques

1:30 Nouvelles du sport

1:45 Cinema "Les portes de la nuit"

3:45 sign-off

Cable 9 (community channel)

5:00am Community Messages

7:00pm Senior Ladies Softball

8:30 St. John's City Council

11:30 Community Messages

ASN Halifax
8:30 100 Huntley Street

9:30 Polka Dot Door

10:00 Size Small

10:30 Joyce Davidson

11:00 Fast Forward

11:30 University of the Air

Noon Science Alliance

12:15 Landscapes of Geometry

12:30 Scooby-Doo

1:30 Class Project

2:00 Tourism is Your Business

2:30 Pays et peuples

3:00 Atlantic Afternoon

3:30 Micro Magic

4:00 You're Beautiful

4:30 Guiding Light

5:30 People's Court

6:00 New Candid Camera

6:30 Bob Newhart

7:00 That's Life

7:30 Atlantic Pulse

8:00 WKRP in Cincinnati

8:30 Movie "The Millionaire"

10:30 Vista: Ghost of the Amoco Cadiz

11:30 Atlantic Pulse


12:30 Santa Barbara

1:30 sign-off

WVII Bangor (ABC)

(in the early days of cable in Newfoundland, St. John's viewers got ABC/NBC via microwave from
Sydney, Nova Scotia)

5:00 Games of the XXIII Olympiad

7:30 Jim Bakker

8:30 Good Morning America

10:30 20 Minute Workout

11:00 Joker's Wild

11:30 Family

12:30 Games of the XXIII Olympiad

2:30 All My Children

3:10 One Life to Live

3:50 General Hospital

4:30 Games of the XXIII Olympiad

7:00 Family Feud

7:30 NewsPlus 7

8:00 ABC World News Tonight

8:30 Games of the XXIII Olympiad

10:30 Movie: TBA

1:30 News

2:00 Games of the XXIII Olympiad

WJBK Detroit (CBS)


5:00 CBS News Nightwatch

7:30 20 Minute Workout

8:00 CBS Early Morning News

8:30 CBS Morning News

10:30 Muppet Show

11:00 Card Sharks

11:30 Donahue

12:30 Price is Right

1:30 TV2 Eyewitness News

2:00 Young & the Restless

3:00 As the World Turns

4:00 Capitol

4:30 Guiding Light

5:30 Charlie's Angels

6:30 Family Feud

7:00 TV2 Eyewitness News

8:00 CBS Evening News

8:30 Love Connection

9:00 PM Magazine

9:30 Crossroads

10:30 Bare Essence (pt 2)

12:30 TV2 Eyewitness News

1:00 Taxi

1:30 Soap

2:00 Maude
2:30 Marcus Welby, MD

3:30 CBS News Nightwatch

WLBZ Bangor (NBC)

8:00 NewsCenter

8:30 Today

10:30 Days of Our Lives

11:30 Facts of Life

Noon Sale of the Century

12:30 Wheel of Fortune

1:00 Scrabble

1:30 NewsCenter

2:00 Donahue

3:00 Search for Tomorrow

3:30 Another World

4:30 Santa Barbara

5:30 Movie "A Taste of Evil"

7:30 NewsCenter

8:00 NBC Nightly News

8:30 M*A*S*H

9:00 Three's Company

9:30 Double Trouble

10:00 Jennifer Slept Here

10:30 Facts of Life

11:00 TLC
11:30 St. Elsewhere

12:30 NewsCenter

1:00 Tonight Show

2:00 Late Night with David Letterman

3:00 sign-off

WTVS Detroit (PBS)

5:00 All the Special Children cont'd

5:30 Latenight America

6:30 Nova

7:30 Movie "Boots & Saddles"

8:30 To Life!

8:45 AM Weather

9:00 Action-Packed Cliffhangers

9:30 Lilias, Yoga & You

10:00 Nightly Business Report

10:30 To Life!

10:45 AM Weather

11:00 Villa Alegre

11:30 Sesame Street

12:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

1:00 Reading Rainbow

1:30 Electric Company

2:00 Square Foot Gardening

2:30 Latenight America


3:30 Sesame Street

4:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

5:00 Colorsounds

5:30 Movie "Boots & Saddles"

6:30 Nova

7:30 MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour

8:30 Nightly Business Report

9:00 Wild, Wild World of Animals

9:30 National Geographic

10:30 A Walk Through the 20th Century with Bill Moyers

11:30 Smithsonian World

12:30 Sorry

1:00 Latenight America

2:00 Wild, Wild World of Animals

2:30 National Geographic

3:30 A Walk Through the 20th Century with Bill Moyers

4:30 Smithsonian World

First Choice

5:00 Movie "The Groove Tube" cont'd

6:00 Movie "The Tin Flute"

8:15 SportsCenter

8:30 Business Times

9:30 Mr. Wizard's World

10:00 Dive to Adventure


10:30 Movie "The Three Stooges Festival"

Noon Movie "Modern Times"

1:30 First Choice Rocks "David Bowie: Serious Moonlight Tour"

3:30 Movie "Find the Lady"

5:00 Movie "Octopussy"

7:30 Movie "Modern Times"

9:00 Movie "The Three Stooges Festival"

10:30 Movie "By Design"

Mid. Superbouts Series

1:00 Movie "Cinderella"

2:30 Movie "By Design"

4:00 Movie "Octopussy"

Galaxie

(I don't know if this channel aired across Canada, but it aired regionally...Halifax cable viewers
also got this channel)

7:30 Polka Dot Door

7:59 Barbapapa

8:05 Dr. Snuggles

8:35 Jeremy

8:56 Readalong

9:08 Skippy

9:35 Big Blue Marble

10:05 Today's Special

10:29 Jamie & the Magic Torch

10:35 Chorlton & the Wheelies


10:48 Wombles

11:00 Polka Dot Door

11:30 Cucumber

12:01 Robin & Rosie of Cockleshell Bay

12:13 Noddy

12:31 Les voyages de Tortillard

1:00 Salut

1:11 Hattytown Tales

1:24 Wombles

1:31 Vision On

1:56 Ludwig

2:00 Tales of Magic

2:12 Willo the Wisp

2:17 Flower Stories

2:30 Today's Special

3:00 sign-off

The local cable line-up at that time was:

2-WTVS

3-CBNT

4-Broadcast News

5-CJON

6-Galaxie

7-WVII

9-Cable 9
10-ASN

11-WLBZ

12-CBFJ

13-MUN TV (Memorial University)

17-First Choice

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Re: Retro: St. John's, Nfld. Wed 8/8/84

> from Newfoundland Herald

>

>It took me a minute to realize that

Newfoundland is 90 minutes ahead of

Eastern Time, which is why the U.S.

stations' schedules look so strange.

Why did the cable system pick up CBS

from Detroit instead of WABI/5 Bangor?

>
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> CJON-NTV St. John's (CTV)

> 8:30 Solid Gold

---------

Although this show aired on independents across the United States, this is the first time I've
heard of Solid Gold on Canadian TV. Did it air on any other stations north of the border?

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Re: Retro: St. John's, Nfld. Wed 8/8/84

> Why did the cable system pick up CBS

> from Detroit instead of WABI/5 Bangor?

Reception issues, maybe? Signals from satellites often come in clearer than microwaved signals,
especially if the latter involved several hops.

WDIV (NBC) and WXYZ (ABC) was also part of the CANCOM package, though apparently, the
cable system opted for the Bangor signals instead.

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> > from Newfoundland Herald

>>

> >It took me a minute to realize that

> Newfoundland is 90 minutes ahead of

> Eastern Time, which is why the U.S.

> stations' schedules look so strange.

>

> Why did the cable system pick up CBS

> from Detroit instead of WABI/5 Bangor?

The WABI feed wasn't microwaved up that far, from what I could gather. WABI wasn't carried in
nearly as many places in Atlantic Canada as WVII or WLBZ - I think really only Saint John and
Moncton NB back then. Here in Fredericton the 3rd US slot was filled with multi-network WAGM
from Presque Isle.

As for Galaxie - this is the first I ever heard of it - I don't ever recall Fredericton getting it. Looks
like mostly TVOntario kids shows. ASN and Maine Public Television picked most of those up...

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>> > Why did the cable system pick up CBS

> > from Detroit instead of WABI/5 Bangor?

>

> The WABI feed wasn't microwaved up that far, from what I

> could gather. WABI wasn't carried in nearly as many places

> in Atlantic Canada as WVII or WLBZ - I think really only

> Saint John and Moncton NB back then. Here in Fredericton the

> 3rd US slot was filled with multi-network WAGM from Presque

> Isle.

>
Halifax had it too- I have a 1986 Chronicle-Herald TV supplement that lists both WABI and WJBK.

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> > Why did the cable system pick up CBS

> > from Detroit instead of WABI/5 Bangor?

>

> Reception issues, maybe? Signals from satellites often come

> in clearer than microwaved signals, especially if the latter

> involved several hops.

>

> WDIV (NBC) and WXYZ (ABC) was also part of the CANCOM

> package, though apparently, the cable system opted for the

> Bangor signals instead.

>

And an interesting fact about Cable Atlantic, the St. John's cable system...its owner was none
other than Danny Williams, the current Premier of Newfoundland & Labrador...he sold the
company to Rogers a few years ago.

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Revisiting this thread...

Maybe that would explain why the picture quality on a 1985 ABC tape I located earlier this week
was very bad at times; the microwave signal for WVII came and went in the final 30 minutes of
the ABC Sunday Night Movie, though it was good enough for me to capture to computer a
promo for the 57th Academy Awards hosted by Jack Lemmon.

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Revisiting the thread again...

One Detroit tape I located a while back was dated 2/13/1986 based on other events that were
about to happen a few days later. At some point between 4/24/1985 and 2/13/1986, the
switchover on cable from Bangor's NBC and ABC stations to Detroit's occurred.

Pittsburgh (Friday October 3, 1969)

From the Post-Gazette. Note that all the network shows are colored.

2-KDKA (CBS)

5:55 Farm Report

6AM Communication Is

6:30 Sunrise Semester

7AM Eyewitness News

7:30 CBS News

8AM Captain Kangaroo

9AM Contact

10AM Lucy Show

10:30 Beverly Hillbillies

11AM Andy Griffith

11:30 Love Of Life

12Noon Eyewitness News

12:30 Search For Tomorrow

1PM Mike Douglas

2:30 Guiding Light


3PM Secret Storm

3:30 Edge Of Night

4PM Gomer Pyle

4:30 David Frost

6PM Eyewitness News

6:30 CBS News

7PM Eyewitness News

7:30 Get Smart

8PM Merv Griffin Special: "Sidewalks Of New England" (Pre-empts "Good Guys" and "Hogan's
Heroes")

9PM CBS Movie: "Double Trouble" (1967)

11PM Eyewitness News

11:30 Late Movie: "The Unforgiven" (1960) (Pre-empts Merv Griffin)

1:55AM Late, Late Movie: "Chain Lightning" (1950)

4-WTAE (ABC)

7AM Sea Hunt

7:30 Three Stooges

8AM Romper Room

9AM Hazel

9:30 Truth Or Consequences

10AM Dialing For Dollars Movie: "Love Is Better Than Ever" (1952)

11:30 Galloping Gourmet

12Noon Bewitched

12:30 That Girl


1PM Dream House

1:30 Let's Make A Deal

2PM Newlywed Game

2:30 Dating Game

3PM General Hospital

3:30 Paul Shannon's Adventure Time

4:30 Hazel

5PM Perry Mason

6PM Channel 4 News

6:30 ABC News

7PM Dick Van dyke

7:30 Let's Make A Deal

8PM Brady Bunch

8:30 Mr Deeds Goes To Town

9PM Here Comes The Brides

10PM Jimmy Durante Presents The Lemmon Sisters

11PM Channel 4 News

11:30 Late Movie: "The Long Hot Summer" (1958)

1:50AM Late, Late Movie: "Arena" (1953)

11-WIIC[Now WPXI] (NBC)

5:55AM Farm Report

6AM Quest

6:30 TV Partyline
7AM Today

9AM Porky Pig

9:30 Movie Game

10AM It Takes Two

10:30 Concentration

11AM Sale Of The Century

11:30 Hollywood Squares

12Noon Channel 11 News (Pre-empts Jeopardy)

12:30 Name Droppers

1PM Divorce Court

1:30 You're Putting Me On

2PM Days Of Our Lives

2:30 Doctors

3PM Another World

3:30 Bright Promise

4PM Letters To Laugh-In

4:30 Million Dollar Movie: "The Great Lover" (1949)

6PM I Love Lucy

6:30 Channel 11 News

7PM Hunter/Brinkley

7:30 High Chaparral

8:30 The Name Of The Game

10PM Braken's World

11PM Channel 11 News

11:30 The Tonight Show


1AM Hotline After Dark

13-WQED (NET)

8:55AM Science 6

9AM Beginning Responsibility (Two shows)

9:35 Yes, No, Maybe

9:55 Reading 2

10:20 I Want To Write

10:40 Sing, Children, Sing

10:55 Demand Performance

11:10 Nature Of Things

11:30 Misterogers

12Noon Pocketful Of Fun

12:30 Once Upon A Day

1PM Meet The Arts

1:30 Talking Town

1:45 People And Their World

2:05 Tell Me A Story

2:20 Let's Go See

2:40 Americans All

3PM Washington News

3:30 Folk Guitar Plus

4PM Pocketful Of Fun (Two shows)

5PM Misterogers
5:30 Teachers Preview (Two shows)

6:30 What's New

7PM Misterogers

7:30 Black Horizons

8PM Harrisburg Report

8:30 NET Playhouse

10:30 Washington News

16-WQEX (NET)

5:30PM Electronics

6PM Hospital Nursing Today

6:30 The Investigator

7PM Electronics

7:30 Spectrum

8PM Insight

8:30 Innovations

9PM Hospital Nursing Today

53-WPGH (Ind; Now Fox)

11:30AM Jack LaLanne

12Noon Where The Heart Is

12:25 CBS News

12:30 One Life To Live


1PM As The World Turns

1:30 Movie: "Escape To Burma" (1955)

3PM Marine Boy

3:30 Rocket Robin Hood

4PM Bozo's Big Top

5PM Underdog

5:30 Superman

6PM Flintstones

6:30 Gilligan's Island

7PM Dark Shadows

7:30 Beat The Clock

8PM To Tell The Truth

8:30 What's My Line

9PM Nine O'Clock Movie: "The Wastrel" (1960)

11PM Honeymooners

11:30 Joey Bishop

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I'm surprised that the ABC station in Pittsburgh didn't pick up One Life To Live and Dark Shadows
and that WPGH carried both especially Dark Shadows airing in the early evenings instead of the
4:00 PM Eastern timeslot. WPGH also picked up 2 CBS shows in daytime, Where The Heart Is and
As The World Turns, another surprise here as well. WPGH picked up ABC's Joey Bishop Show(late
night) as well but it wouldn't last much longer after that, the last show was the week after
Christmas.

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KDKA for years would program either Mike Douglas or local shows like Pittsburgh 2day in the 1
or 1:30 time slot and not carry As The World Turns. WKBN 27 Youngstown practically from their
1953 sign on through at least the late 1970's maybe early 80's wourld program 12:30 local news
and a 12:35-2:00 Movie..pre-empting CBS soaps all that time.

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Oh, my gosh - this brought back so many memories!! Thank you for posting it. :-*

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Quote Originally Posted by Braves2005

I'm surprised that the ABC station in Pittsburgh didn't pick up One Life To Live and Dark Shadows
and that WPGH carried both especially Dark Shadows airing in the early evenings instead of the
4:00 PM Eastern timeslot. WPGH also picked up 2 CBS shows in daytime, Where The Heart Is and
As The World Turns, another surprise here as well. WPGH picked up ABC's Joey Bishop Show(late
night) as well but it wouldn't last much longer after that, the last show was the week after
Christmas.

To touch up on Pittsburgh daytime pre-emptions, KDKA also passed on "Love Is A Many


Splendored Thing", which CBS carried at 2PM/ET at the time.

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Quote Originally Posted by corporateradiosucks

Oh, my gosh - this brought back so many memories!! Thank you for posting it. :-*

Thanks.

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WPGH had a schedule that really rocked. Too bad they weren't on very long.

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How do you figure WPGH was not on long? As far as I know, they are now the FOX affil, or did I
miss something? But maybe I'm suffering a senior moment. My memory is U. S. Communications
put 5 indies on the air in the mid-late sixties---WPGH, WXIX, WATL, WPHL, and maybe KEMO/20
in San Francisco. The company as a whole encountered serious financial problems, but WPGH,
WPHL, and WXIX were able to stick it out and eventually thrive. But I'd be interested in knowing
if I'm wrong......

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Quote Originally Posted by fortmill

How do you figure WPGH was not on long? As far as I know, they are now the FOX affil, or did I
miss something? But maybe I'm suffering a senior moment. My memory is U. S. Communications
put 5 indies on the air in the mid-late sixties---WPGH, WXIX, WATL, WPHL, and maybe KEMO/20
in San Francisco. The company as a whole encountered serious financial problems, but WPGH,
WPHL, and WXIX were able to stick it out and eventually thrive. But I'd be interested in knowing
if I'm wrong......

I think he meant WPGH-53's short tenure under U.S. Communications, which lasted from its
sign-on in January 1969 to its sign-off in February 1971. WPGH would not return to the
Pittsburgh TV airwaves until January 1974. Plus you have to remember that this was the station's
second attempt to compete in the Pittsburgh TV market; Its first one was from July 1953 to
August 1954 when it was WJKF. The reason the station didn't last long in its first two attempts
was money and being on a high UHF channel (53).

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US Communications pulled the plug on WPGH on Monday, August 16, 1971. A very sad day in
Pittsburgh TV history.

I was going to post that error, but thanks anyway.

Retro: Atlanta Sunday, April 4, 1971

From the Atlanta Constitution. Schedules

run from 8 AM.

WSB Ch. 2 (NBC)

8 AM Gospel Jubilee

9 AM Popeye

10:30 Sound Of Youth

11 AM Wheat Street Baptist Church

12 N Suspense Theater

1 PM Meet The Press

1:30 Welfare: Is It Working In Atlanta?

2 PM Movie: "Sunrise At Campobello"

5 PM Man To Man

5:30 Sports Challenge

6 PM News

6:30 Big Valley


7:30 Wonderful World Of Disney:

documentary on the filming of

"20,000 Leagues Under the Sea"

8:30 Bill Cosby (as coach Chet Kincaid)

9 PM Bonanza

10 PM Hard Chargers (documentary on

stock car racing)

11 PM News

11:30 Movie: "Carnival Story"

WAGA Ch. 5 (CBS)

8 AM Day Of Discovery

8:30 This Is The Life

9 AM Church Service

9:30 Children's Gospel Hour

10 AM Herald Of Truth

10:30 Faith For Today

11 AM First Baptist Church

12 N Camera Three

12:30 Face The Nation

1 PM Animal World

1:30 NHL Hockey: Montreal

Canadiens at Boston Bruins

4 PM Sgt. Bilko (time approximate)


4:30 Young People's Concert (with

Leonard Bernstein)

5:30 Meet The Masters (highlights

of past Masters tournaments)

6 PM News

6:30 CBS News

7 PM Lassie

7:30 Hogan's Heroes

8 PM Nancy Sinatra Special (pre-empts

Ed Sullivan)

9 PM Glen Campbell Goodtime Hour

10 PM Movie: "Intolerance" (silent from 1916)

11:30 News

WGTV Ch. 8 (PBS)

12 N B'wana Don

12:30 Muffinland

1 PM Sound Of Youth

1:30 Astronomy

2 PM Western Civilization

2:30 Chris Classics (don't know what

this is)

3 PM India

3:30 Southern Perspective


4:30 Speaking Freely

5:30 French Chef

6 PM NET Playhouse: "Beddick"

7:30 Firing Line

8:30 World We Live In

9 PM Masterpiece Theatre: "The Spoils

Of Poynton" (Part 1 of 4)

10 PM Peter, Paul And Mary: The Song

Is Love

11 PM Stardate

WQXI (WXIA) Ch. 11 (ABC)

8 AM Rex Humbard

9 AM Revival Fires

9:30 "Yes"

10 AM Captain Scarlett And The

Mysterians

10:30 Marshal Dillon

11 AM Countdown From Eleven

11:30 Discovery

12 N Directions

12:30 Movie: "Santa Fe Stampede"

2 PM NBA Basketball: Playoff game (teams

not given)
4 PM Movie: "Day Of Triumph" (time

approximate)

6:30 Bound Together (special on the church's

response to hunger in Georgia)

7 PM Here Comes Peter Cottontail

8 PM The FBI

9 PM ABC Movie: "The Third Secret"

11 PM News

11:30 Dick Cavett (delay from Friday)

WTCG (WTBS) Ch. 17 (Ind.)

8 AM Cartoon Carnival

8:30 Banana Splits

9 AM Tom And Jerry (pre-empted on Ch. 5)

9:30 Perils Of Penelope Pitstop (pre-empted

on Ch. 5)

10 AM Cartoon Carnival

11 AM Open House

12 N Visual Girl

12:30 NHL Action

1 PM Movie: "It's A Great Life" (Blondie)

2:30 Mr. Ed

3 PM Jim And Jesse (country music)

3:30 Bill Anderson


4 PM Hugh X. Lewis (more country music)

4:30 That Good Ole Nashville Music

5 PM Roller Game

6 PM The Champions (I suspect this is

the British series that aired on NBC

in the summer of '68)

7 PM Barbara McNair

8 PM Rosey Grier

8:30 Shock It To Me Theater: "The

Hypnotic Eye"

10 PM Honeymooners (the Miami years,

pre-empted on Ch. 5)

11 PM Steve Allen

WETV (WPBA) Ch. 30 (PBS)

4 PM David Susskind

6 PM Dream (The Great American Dream

Machine?)

7 PM The Advocates

8 PM Kukla, Fran And Ollie

8:30 World We Live In

9 PM Masterpiece Theatre

10 PM Peter, Paul And Mary: The Song

Is Love
RETRO: CLEVELAND SUN, JULY 28, 1974

from TV Guide, Cleveland edition

3 WKYC-NBC Cleveland

4 WLWC-NBC Columbus

5 WEWS-ABC Cleveland

6 WTVN-ABC Columbus

7 WTRF-NBC/ABC Wheeling

8 WJW-CBS Cleveland

9 WSTV-CBS/ABC Steubenville

10 WBNS-CBS Columbus

11 WTOL-CBS Toledo

12 WICU-NBC Erie

13 WSPD-NBC Toledo

17 WJAN-Ind Canton

21 WFMJ-NBC Youngstown

23 WAKR-ABC Akron

24 WJET-ABC Erie

25 WVIZ-PBS Cleveland

27 WKBN-CBS Youngstown

33 WYTV-ABC Youngstown

34 WOSU-PBS Columbus

35 WSEE-CBS Erie

43 WUAB-Ind Cleveland
45 WNEO-PBS Alliance (no programs on weekends)

54 WQLN-PBS Erie

61 WKBF-Ind Cleveland

Morning

6:30

4 Travelogue

10 Lamp Unto My Feet

12 This is the Life

6:50

5-8 News

6:55

13 Farm Report

7:00

3 Ag-USA

4 Film

5 Rev. Cleophus Robinson

6 Communique

7 Gospel Singing Jubilee

8 This is the Life

10 Marshall Efron's Sunday School


11 Bailey's Comets

12-33 Old Time Gospel Hour

13 With This Ring

43 Jimmy Swaggart

7:05

23 News

7:15

4 Tele-Bible Time

13 Davey & Goliath

23 Calvary Gospel Time

7:30

3 Ask Congress

4 Church by the Side of the Road

5 H.R. Pufnstuf

6 Gospel Caravan

8 Faith for Today

9-43 Old Time Gospel Hour

10 Camera Three

11 Patches & Pockets

13 Vision On

61 Words & Music


7:45

23 Opie Evans

27 Rural Scene

8:00

3 I'm So Happy

4-12 Day of Discovery

5 Make a Wish

7 Beam of Hope

8 Mass for Shut Ins

10 Billy James Hargis & His All-American Kids

13 Rex Humbard

23 Full Gospel Businessmen

27 Kathryn Kuhlman

33 Sounds of Praise

61 Magilla Gorilla

8:30

3 Popeye

4 Your Health

5 Kid Power

6-23 Kathryn Kuhlman

7 Stan Scott

8-11 Marshall Efron's Sunday School

9 Evangelistic Outreach
10 Get Together

12 Oral Roberts

17 International Voice of Victory

24-33 Rex Humbard

27-43 Day of Discovery

61 Banana Splits

8:55

4 Black Cameo

9:00

4 Cadle Chapel

5 Inner Circle

6-8-27 Rex Humbard

7-10-33-43 Oral Roberts

9 Church of Christ

11 All Things News

12 Lutheran Church Service

13 Toledo Sings Gospel

17 Herald of Truth

21 This is the Life

23 International Voice of Victory

35 Bailey's Comets

61 Three Stooges
9:30

4 Yours for the Asking

5 Osmonds

7 Morning Worship

9 Day of Discovery

10 Baptist Church Service

11 Community Showcase

13 Dollar Decisions

17 Blastoff

21 Celebrate

23 Oral Roberts

24 Good News

33 Jimmy Swaggart

35 Amazing Chan

43 Chaplain of Bourbon Street

61 Little Rascals

10:00

3 Flop Mop Family

4-17-23 Church Service

5 Big Valley

6-7-24 Kid Power

8-27-35 Lamp Unto My Feet

9 Jimmy Swaggart

10 Movie "The 300 Spartans"


11 Stop-Gap

12 Christophers

13 Day of Discovery

21 Cartoons

33 Mass for Shut Ins

43 Good News

61 Flintstones

10:15

12 Catholic Mass

10:30

3 Projects

4-33 Insight

6 Vision

7-24 Osmonds

8 Celebration

9 Kathryn Kuhlman

11 Insight

13 Oral Roberts

27-35 Marshall Efron's Sunday School

43 Lorain Conversation

11:00

3 Scene on Sunday
4 Focus on Columbus

5 Daniel Boone

6 Point of View

7-24 H.R. Pufnstuf

8 Cleveland Caucus

9-12 Rex Humbard

11-27-35 Camera Three

13 Worship for Shut Ins

21 Christopher Closeup

23 Old Time Gospel Hour

33 Perspectives in Black

43 Bowery Boys

61 Munsters

11:15

17 Movie "East End Chant"

11:30

6 Bishop Sheen

7-24-33 Make a Wish

8 City Camera: Closeup

11 Wally's Workshop

13 Mass for Shut Ins

21 Good News

27 For Your Information


35 TBA

61 McHale's Navy

Afternoon

noon

3 Dialogue

4 Doctors on Call

5 Gene Carroll

6 Bowling

7 Insight

8-27-35 Face the Nation

9 Rural-Urban Scene

10 Issue

11 Comment

12 Everybody's Tabernacle

13 Job Service

21 Faith for Today

23 Leroy Jenkins

24 TV24 Probe

33 Lassie

43 12 O'Clock High

61 Beverly Hillbillies

12:15
9 Community Caucus

12:30

3-4-7-12-13-21 Meet the Press

8 Towards the Year 2000

9 Good News

11 Face the Nation

17 TBA

23 Bible Study

24 Insight

27 Herald of Truth

33 Untamed World

35 NFL Action '74

61 Lucy Show

1:00

3 Open Lines

4 Movie "The Great Missouri Raid"

5 Polka Varieties

7 To Whom It May Concern

8-11 Baseball: Detroit-Cleveland

9 Wilburn Brothers

10 Movie "The Lady & the Bandit"

12 Focus 12

13 NBC News Special (effects of inflation on the American economy)


17 Story

23 Day of Discovery

24 Christophers

27 Movie "Have I the Right to Kill?"

33 NFL Championship Games

35 Tennis

43 Movie "The Inspector General"

61 Movie "For Heaven's Sake"

1:30

6-24-33 Issues & Answers

7-35 Baseball: Pittsburgh-Philadelphia

9 Roller Games

12 Movie "The Hanging Tree"

17 Bible Stories

23 Akron Civic Forum

25 Pro Tennis: Washington Star-News International Tennis Championships semi-finals

2:00

3 Legacy

5 Inner Circle

6 Wally's Workshop

17 Flame of Pentecost

23 Humbards

24 Movie "The Queen's Guards"


33 Christ is the Answer

2:30

5 Issues & Answers

6 Elizabeth R

9-10 CBS Tennis Classic: Mark Cox (UK) v Cliff Richey (US) in Semi-final action from Austin

13 What's My Line?

17 Jimmy Swaggart

21 Movie "Donovan's Reef"

23 I Spy

27 Movie "The She-Creature"

33 Movie "The Million Eyes of Su-Muru"

2:45

4 Movie "Strategic Air Command"

3:00

3 Sea Hunt

5 Inner Circle

13 Hogan's Heroes

17 TBA

34 Movie "Wilson"

43 Movie "Do Not Disturb"

61 Movie "The Prince & the Showgirl"


3:30

3-12 NBC News Special (same as 13, 1pm)

5 TBA

8-10-11 CBS Sports Spectacular (USA-USSR Jr Track & Field Championships/World Show Jumping
Championships/CBS Eye on Sports)

9 Untamed World

13 Movie "The Cossacks"

23 Calvary Gospel Time

4:00

5-6-9-23-24-33 Canadian Open Golf Championship (from Mississauga (Ont) Golf & Country Club,
commentators Chris Schenkel, Jim McKay and Dave Marr)

17 Wrestling

27 Movie "The Amazing Colossal Man"

35 CBS Sports Spectactular (JIP)

4:30

4 Sale of the Century

21 Virginian

5:00

3 Suspense Theatre

4 A New Ball Game for Willy Mays

7 Other People, Other Places

12 Safari to Adventure

34 Bicentennial Lecture Series


43 Maverick

54 Man Builds, Man Destroys

61 Movie "No Way Out"

5:30

7 ABC News Closeup "Children: A Case of Neglect"

8 Other People, Other Places

10 Death Valley Days

11 NFL Action '74

12 That Good Ole Nashville Music

25 Music of the People

27 Expressions

35 Number 1: Mark Brelsford Story

54 Electric Company

Evening

6:00

3 Wacky World of Jonathan Winters

4 News

5 Animal World

6 Ozzie's Girls

8-9-10-11-27-35 CBS News Special "Whatever Happened to the Energy Crisis?"

12 Lassie

13 Minority Report
17 Billy James Hargis

21 Dynamics in Black

23 Reasoner Report

24 Bobby Goldsboro

25 Washington Week in Review

33 In Session

34 Your Future is Now

43 Wild Wild West

54 Hodgepodge Lodge

6:30

3-4-7-12-13-21 NBC Nightly News

5 National Geographic

6 Jimmy Dean

17 Blackwood Quartet

23 Rookies

24 Wild Wild West

25 Wall Street Week

33 Bonanza

34 Antiques

54 Pace

7:00

3-7-11-12-21 Wild Kingdom

4 Beat the Clock


6 Let's Make a Deal

8 Rap

9 Happy Days

10 Animal World

13 Dusty's Trail

17 Baptist Church Service

25-34-54 Zoom

27 Price is Right

35 Munsters

43 Untouchables

61 Get Smart

7:30

3-4-7-12-13-21 Wonderful World of Disney "Bristle Face" (conclusion)

5-6-23-24-33 FBI

8-9-10-11-27-35 Apple's Way

25-34-54 Journey to Japan

61 Outer Limits

8:00

25-34-54 Evening at Pops

43 Movie "Air Force"

8:30

3-4-7-12-13-21 Hec Ramsey


5-6-23-24-55 Movie "Fireball Forward" (with battle scenes from "Patton")

8-9-10-11-27-35 Mannix

17 Davey & Goliath

61 Jack the Ripper

8:45

17 Sacred Heart

9:00

17 Movie: TBA

25-34-54 Masterpiece Theatre "The Edwardians: Conan Doyle"

9:30

8-9-10-11-27-35 60 Minutes

61 Soul Searching

10:00

25-54 Firing Line

34 Man & the Land

61 Norman Vincent Peale

10:30

3 Montage

4-6 News

5 Great Mysteries "The Furnished Room"


7-12 Police Surgeon

8 Protectors

9 Garner Ted Armstrong

10 High Road to Adventure

11 Hotline

13 TV13 Reports

21 Spotlight

23 It is Written

24 Public Affairs

27 Sunday 10:30

33 Dragnet

34 Naturalists

35 Wacky World of Jonathan Winters

43 Bold Ones

61 Lou Gordon

11:00

3-5-7-8-10-12-13-21-27 News

4 Bonanza

6-23-24-33 ABC News

9-11-35 CBS News

17 TBA

11:15

6 Police Surgeon
9 Movie "Wild & Wonderful"

10 CBS News

11-33-35 News

23 International Voice of Victory

24 Movie "A Certain Smile"

11:20

12 File 12

27 Movie "House of Usher"

11:25

8 Movie "A Swingin' Summer"

11:30

3-7-12-21 Tonght Show

5 Wide World Special (includes 1964 performances by various singers and interviews)

10 Face the Nation

11 Movie "Dreamboat"

13 Movie "The Traitors"

33 Movie "City of Fear"

35 Movie "Ashes & Diamonds"

43 News

11:45

6 Good News
23 News

43 Lorain Conversation

Late Night

midnight

4 Tonight Show

10 Urban League

12:15

43 Festival in Spanish

12:30

10 Movie "House of Usher"

1:00

3 Montage

5 ABC News

12-13 News

1:05

8 Movie "Rancho Notorious"

1:15

5 News
1:30

4-11 News

3:05

8 News

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Quote Originally Posted by Bluenoser

from TV Guide, Cleveland edition

10:00

4-17-23 Church Service

7:00
17 Baptist Church Service

The Channel 17 Church services were both Live from Canton Baptist Temple while Channel 23's
was from Akron Baptist Temple..Akron Baptist was founded in 1934 by Dallas Billington, Sr. While
Canton Baptist's Rev. Harold Henniger assumed the pastorate of Canton Baptist in 1947, coming
from Akron Baptist..Both churches grew into the largest independent churches of their time in
North East Ohio

The Channel 17 chrch

NBC Schedule Friday, January 10-April 15, 1975

7:00 Today

9:00 Local

10:00 Celebrity Sweepstakes

10:30 Wheel of Fortune

11:00 High Rollers

11:30 Hollywood Squares

12:00 Jackpot!

12:30 Blank Check

1:00 Local

1:30 How to Survive a Marriage

2:00 Days of our Lives

2:30 The Doctors

3:00 Another World

4:00 Somerset

4:30 Local

6:30 Nightly News

7:00 Local
8:00 Sanford & Son

8:30 Chico and the Man

9:00 The Rockford Files

10:00 Police Woman

11:00 Local

11:30 The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson

1:00 The Midnight Special

Sources: The Encyclopedia of Daytime Television by Wesley Hyatt

The Complete Guide of The Complete Directory to Prime Time Network and Cable TV Shows
1946 Present

by Tim Brooks and Earle Marsh

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Re: NBC Schedule Friday, January 10-April 15, 1975

Quote Originally Posted by RALfan

7:00 Today

9:00 Local

10:00 Celebrity Sweepstakes

10:30 Wheel of Fortune


11:00 High Rollers

11:30 Hollywood Squares

12:00 Jackpot!

12:30 Blank Check

1:00 Local

1:30 How to Survive a Marriage

2:00 Days of our Lives

2:30 The Doctors

3:00 Another World

4:00 Somerset

4:30 Local

6:30 Nightly News

7:00 Local

8:00 Sanford & Son

8:30 Chico and the Man

9:00 The Rockford Files

10:00 Police Woman

11:00 Local

11:30 The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson

1:00 The Midnight Special

Sources: The Encyclopedia of Daytime Television by Wesley Hyatt

The Complete Guide of The Complete Directory to Prime Time Network and Cable TV Shows
1946 Present

by Tim Brooks and Earle Marsh

Thanks for the memories! But there is a minor problem with the noon hour. Jeopardy was
definitely still on the air at noon Eastern back then. I was 15 at the time and my memory is pretty
good on this. And the New York Jeopardy set (with the old sliding cards on the board) was still in
use at least a year later because an SNL sketch in '76 used it for a parody.

I don't think so. You're probably referring to the original syndicated weekly version with Art
Fleming; if memory serves me correctly, the original network version ended January 3, 1975. You
may be right about the SNL sketch.

I'm afraid RALfan is right. NBC and Merv agreed

to trade the last year on the Jeopardy! contract

for his new show, Wheel Of Fortune. The last

network telecast of the first Fleming version of

Jeopardy! was on January 3, 1975; Wheel debuted

Monday, January 6. The syndicated access version

with Fleming lasted only the 1974-75 season.

I stand corrected. I guess my mind is going. It's hell getting old. ;-)

That ending date should be April 11, not April 15.

We should both be corrected; the end date should have been April 18. My bad.

ABC Network Schedule September 12-December 26, 1972

11:30 Bewitched (reruns)

12:00 Password

12:30 Split Second

1:00 All My Children

1:30 Let's Make a Deal

2:00 The Newlywed Game


2:30 The Dating Game

3:00 General Hospital

3:30 One Life to Live

4:00 Love, American Style

4:30 Local

6:30 News

7:00 Local

8:00 Temperatures Rising

8:30 Tuesday Movie of the Week

10:00 Marcus Welby, M.D.

11:00 Local

11:30 The Dick Cavett Show

Sources: The Encyclopedia of Daytime Television by Wesley Hyatt

The Complete Guide of The Complete Directory to Prime Time Network and Cable TV Shows
1946 Present

by Tim Brooks and Earle Marsh

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Re: ABC Network Schedule September 12-December 26, 1972


Castleman and Podrazik's "The TV Schedule Book"

shows ABC News at 6. They're indicating the first

feed, since there was a lot of variation in the times

it was carried by the individual stations. For example,

where I live, WGHP/8 Greensboro/Winston-Salem/High

Point carried ABC News at 6, followed by the game show

Anything You Can Do at 6:30. WRAL/5 Raleigh/Durham,

OTOH, did its local news at 6, followed by Smith and

Reasoner at 6:30. And a little farther up the road,

Channel 7 in Washington, DC, carried ABC News at 7.

Was December 26 your cutoff date because the following

Tuesday Dick Cavett had been worked into the Wide World

Of Entertainment rotation?

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Re: ABC Network Schedule September 12-December 26, 1972

Quote Originally Posted by bpatrick

Castleman and Podrazik's "The TV Schedule Book"


shows ABC News at 6. They're indicating the first

feed, since there was a lot of variation in the times

it was carried by the individual stations. For example,

where I live, WGHP/8 Greensboro/Winston-Salem/High

Point carried ABC News at 6, followed by the game show

Anything You Can Do at 6:30. WRAL/5 Raleigh/Durham,

OTOH, did its local news at 6, followed by Smith and

Reasoner at 6:30. And a little farther up the road,

Channel 7 in Washington, DC, carried ABC News at 7.

Thanks for that bit of information. I figured that most stations, particularly on the East Coast/EST
zone, aired ABC News at 6:30. BTW, where can I get a copy of "The TV Schedule Book"?

Quote Originally Posted by bpatrick

Was December 26 your cutoff date because the following

Tuesday Dick Cavett had been worked into the Wide World

Of Entertainment rotation?

Yes, as a matter of fact, it was.

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Re: ABC Network Schedule September 12-December 26, 1972


Try looking at www.abebooks.com or www.alibris.com

for "The TV Schedule Book." Type in Castleman for

author, and TV Schedule Book for title. But don't expect

to pay less than $25.00 for a copy; the book has been

out of print for about 15 years.

As for East Coast ABC affiliates running network news

at 6 in 1972, remember that ABC wasn't as competitive

as it is now. Later in the decade, when "World News

Tonight" began to challenge CBS, Eastern ABC affiliates

tended to move the broadcast to 6:30, and the early

feed became almost the exclusive property of affiliates

in the Central time zone (5 PM). In 1982 ABC discontinued

the 6/5 Central feed.

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Quote Originally Posted by bpatrick

As for East Coast ABC affiliates running network news

at 6 in 1972, remember that ABC wasn't as competitive

as it is now. Later in the decade, when "World News

Tonight" began to challenge CBS, Eastern ABC affiliates

tended to move the broadcast to 6:30, and the early

feed became almost the exclusive property of affiliates

in the Central time zone (5 PM).

...in fact, in the late '60s WLUK/11 Green Bay didn't have a local early news, and they took the
5:00 Central ABC feed and filled 5:30 to 6:30 with the hour long edit of Mike Douglas' talk show...

CBS Monday Schedule November 3, 1980-January 26, 1981

6:30 Sunrise Semester

7:00 Morning

8:00 Captain Kangaroo

9:00 Local

10:00 The Jeffersons

10:30 Alice

11:00 The Price is Right

12:00 Local

12:30 Search for Tomorrow

1:00 The Young and the Restless

2:00 As the World Turns

3:00 Guiding Light


4:00 One Day at a Time

4:30 Local

6:30 CBS Evening News with Walter Cronkite

7:00 Local

8:00 Flo

8:30 Ladies' Man

9:00 M*A*S*H

9:30 House Calls

10:00 Lou Grant

11:00 Local

11:30 Quincy, M.E.

12:30 The Saint

Sources: The Encyclopedia of Daytime Television by Wesley Hyatt

The Complete Guide of The Complete Directory to Prime Time Network and Cable TV Shows
1946 Present

by Tim Brooks and Earle Marsh

I'm drawing a blank on "Ladies' Man"...Anybody remember it?

I believe "Ladies' Man" (not to be confused with another recent short-lived CBS sitcom with
Alfred Molina) starred Lawrence Pressman (aka Dr. Canfield from "Doogie Howser") as a male
women's magazine writer.

Is the Saint the same The Saint tv series Roger Moore starred in back the '60s?

...at least it was the same character, Simon Templar. As I recall, CBS ran both the original Roger
Moore series and a revival, "Return of The Saint," starring Ian Ogilvy, around this time, and at
one point alternated weeks of the Moore and Ogilvy versions in the same time slot...they did the
same with "The Avengers" and "The New Avengers"...
Retro: Boston, Tuesday, Nov. 14, 1950

(Source: Portland, Maine Press Herald)

WBZ-TV 4 (NBC)

AM

5:30 Test Pattern

PM

1:25 Teletape News

1:30 Tucker Talk

2 Television Revue

3 Ransom Sherman Show

3:30 Remember This Date

4 Kate Smith Hour

5 The Magic Clown

5:15 Boys Railroad Club

5:30 Howdy Doody

6 Film Features

6:15 Weather, News

6:30 Herb Lewis

6:45 The Piano Team Ranny Weeks, Nappy Gagnon

7 Wynn Stevens

7:15 Newsteller

7:30 John Contes Little Show

7:45 Camel News Caravan


8 Texaco Star Theatre Milton Berle

9 Fireside Theatre

9:30 Armstrong Circle Theatre

10 Ted Macks Original Amateur Hour

11 Broadway Open House

12M Views of News in New England

12:05 Tomorrows Programs

WNAC-TV 7 (CBS, ABC)

AM

10 Multiscope

PM

12 Shopping-vues

12:30 Inter-vues

12:45 The Jonathan Story

1 Multiscope

1:30 Garry Moore

2:30 Robert Q. Lewis

3:30 Meet Your Cover Girl

4 Homemakers Exchange

4:30 Vanity Fair

5 Lucky Pup

5:15 Time For Beany

5:30 Galloping Romeo


5:45 Yankee News

6 Small Fry Club

6:30 Song Hits

7 Advanced Tennis

7:15 Newsteller

7:25 Weather

7:30 Football Thrills

7:45 Faye Emerson (CBS)

8 Treasury Men In Action (ABC)

8:30 Beat The Clock (CBS)

9 Vaughn Monroe (CBS)

9:30 Suspense (CBS)

10 Danger (CBS)

10:30 Roller Derby (ABC)

11:45 News; Weather; Sports; Programs

RETRO: SASKATCHEWAN MON, AUG 23, 1993

from TV Guide-Saskatchewan edition

Out of province stations listed CST

CKCK 2-CTV Regina/CFQC 8-CTV Saskatoon/CIPA 9-CTV Prince Albert/CICC 10-CTV Yorkton

5:00 Fitness with Love

5:30 CTV National News

6:00 Life in the Food Lane

6:30 Canada AM
9:00 Fitness with Love

9:30 Judge

10:00 Dini Petty

11:00 (CKCK/CFQC) Wonder Why?

11:00 (CIPA) In Coversation

11:00 (CICC) Shamrock Side of the Morning

11:30 Look Who's Cooking

noon Flintstones

12:30 News

1:00 Shirley

2:00 Oprah Winfrey

3:00 Another World

4:00 Goof Troop

4:30 Different World

5:00 Wheel of Fortune

5:30 Jeopardy!

6:00 News

7:00 Murphy Brown

7:30 Evening Shade

8:00 Young Indiana Jones

9:00 Movie "Guilty Until Proven Innocent"

11:00 CTV National News

11:30 News

mid. John & Leeza

1:00 Cheers
1:30 Night Court

2:00 Family Ties

2:30 Head of the Class

3:00 Judge

3:30 New Wilderness

4:00 Bestsellers

4:30 Spirit Alive

WJBK 2-CBS Detroit

5:00 Eyewitness Morning

7:00 Phil Donahue

8:00 Guiding Light

9:00 Price is Right

10:00 News

10:30 Young & the Restless

11:30 Bold & the Beautiful

noon As the World Turns

1:00 Geraldo

2:00 News

3:00 Phil Donahue

4:00 News

4:30 CBS Evening News

5:00 Hard Copy

5:30 Current Affair

6:00 Evening Shade


6:30 Major Dad

7:00 Murphy Brown

7:30 Big Wave Dave's

8:00 Northern Exposure

9:00 News

9:35 Cheers

10:05 Night Court

10:35 Arsenio Hall

11:35 Amen

12:05 CBS News Up to the Minute

1:00 Untouchables

2:00 Newhart

2:30 Joan Rivers

3:30 This Morning's Business

4:00 Rush Limbaugh

4:30 CBS Early Morning News

CFSK 4-STV Saskatoon/CFRE 11-STV Regina

6:00 News

6:30 Ovide & the Gang

7:00 Smoggies

7:30 Teddy Ruxpin

8:00 Inspector Gadget

8:30 Size Small

9:00 100 Huntley Street


10:00 It's a New Day

11:00 (CFSK) Foreign Affairs

11:00 (CFRE) World Vision

11:30 (CFSK) Profiles of Nature

noon Wonderful Wizard of Oz

12:30 Care Bears

1:00 (CFSK) Bumper Stumpers

1:00 (CFRE) Kidstreet

1:30 (CFSK) SCTV

1:30 (CFRE) Jo-Ann Martin

2:00 General Hospital

3:00 Days of Our Lives

4:00 Growing Pains

4:30 Young & the Restless

5:30 Entertainment Tonight

6:00 News

6:30 Heart of Courage

7:00 Beverly Hills 90210

8:00 Northern Exposure

9:00 Tribeca

10:00 Who's the Boss?

10:30 News

11:00 SportsLine

11:30 Divorce Court

mid. Studs
12:30 Infomercial

1:00 (CFSK) Movie "A Matter of Sex"

1:00 (CFRE) Movie "The Ten Commandments"

3:00 (CFSK) Movie "The Masculine Mystique"

4:30 (CFSK) Stand-In for Danger

WDIV 4-NBC Detroit

5:00 Today

7:00 Maury Povich

8:00 Jerry Springer

9:00 John & Leeza

10:00 News

10:30 Concentration

11:00 Days of Our Lives

noon Another World

1:00 Sally Jessy Raphael

2:00 Montel Williams

3:00 News

4:30 NBC Nightly News

5:00 Wheel of Fortune

5:30 Jeopardy!

6:00 Fresh Prince of Bel-Air

6:30 Major Dad

7:00 Movie "The Nightman"

9:00 News
9:35 Tonight Show

10:35 Late Night with David Letterman

11:35 Infomercial

12:05 Later with Bob Costas

12:35 Jane Whitney

1:35 NBC News Nightside

2:00 Judge

2:30 Infatuation

3:00 Judge

3:30 NBC News at Sunrise

4:00 Newsbeat Today

CKOS 5-CBC Yorkton/CKBI 5-CBC Prince Albert

6:30 Fitness with Love

7:00 What on Earth

7:30 Raccoons

8:00 Fred Penner's Place

8:30 It's a New Day

9:30 100 Huntley Street

10:30 Mr. Dressup

11:00 Sesame Street

noon Midday (30 min on CKBI, 1 hr on CKOS)

12:30 (CKBI) News

1:00 All My Children

2:00 One Life to Live


3:00 Coronation Street

3:30 Urban Peasant

4:00 Bold & the Beautiful

4:30 Empty Nest

5:00 Golden Girls

5:30 News

6:00 Star Trek: The New Generation

7:00 Blossom

7:30 Wonder Years

8:00 Fresh Prince of Bel-Air

8:30 Just for Laughs

9:00 CBC Prime Time News

10:00 North of 60

11:00 News

11:30 WKRP in Cincinnati

mid. Star Trek

1:00 sign-off

CJFB 5-CBC Swift Current

7:00 CBC Morning News

8:30 100 Huntley Street

9:30 Urban Peasant

10:00 Fred Penner's Place

10:15 Under the Umbrella Tree

10:30 Mr. Dressup


11:00 Sesame Street

noon News

12:30 Midday

1:00 All My Children

2:00 One Life to Live

3:00 Coronation Street

3:30 Raccoons

4:00 WKRP in Cincinnati

4:30 Empty Nest

5:00 Golden Girls (2 eps)

6:00 News

6:30 Beverly Hillbillies

7:00 Gone Fishin'

7:30 Wonder Years

8:00 Fresh Prince of Bel-Air

8:30 Just for Laughs

9:00 CBC Prime Time News

10:00 Northern Exposure

11:00 Bangkok Hilton

mid. Star Trek

1:00 sign-off

WXYZ 7-ABC Detroit

5:00 Good Morning America

7:00 Company with John Kelly & Marilyn Turner


8:00 Regis & Kathie Lee

9:00 Jenny Jones

10:00 News

10:30 Loving

11:00 All My Children

noon One Life to Live

1:00 General Hospital

2:00 Oprah Winfrrey

3:00 News

5:00 ABC World News Tonight

5:30 Entertainment Tonight

6:00 NFL Exhibition: Chicago-New Orleans

9:00 News

9:35 Nightline

10:05 Inside Edition

10:35 Matlock

11:35 Whoopi Goldberg

12:05 College Football Preview

1:05 ABC World News Now

2:30 Home

3:30 ABC World News This Morning

4:00 ABC World News This Morning/News

CBKT 9-CBC Regina/CBKST 13-CBC Saskatoon

7:00 CBC Morning News


9:00 What on Earth

9:30 Urban Peasant

10:00 Fred Penner's Place

10:15 Under the Umbrella Tree

10:30 Mr. Dressup

11:00 Sesame Street

noon Midday

1:00 All My Children

2:00 One Life to Live

3:00 Coronation Street

3:30 Raccoons

4:00 WKRP in Cincinnati

4:30 Empty Nest

5:00 Golden Girls

5:30 News

7:00 Degrassi High

7:30 Wonder Years

8:00 Fresh Prince of Bel-Air

8:30 Just for Laughs

9:00 CBC Prime Time News

10:00 North of 60

11:00 Bangkok Hilton

mid. Star Trek

1:00 sign-off
CHCH 11-Ind Hamilton

5:00 100 Huntley Street

6:00 Body Moves

6:30 New Attitude

7:00 Talkabout

7:30 Super Pay Cards

8:00 Family Feud Challenge

9:00 Price is Right

10:00 News

10:30 On the Scene

11:00 Pasquale's Kitchen Express

11:30 Lifestyle

noon As the World Turns

1:00 Guiding Light

2:00 Harry & the Hendersons

2:30 Carol Burnett & Friends

3:00 You Bet Your Life

3:30 News

5:00 Current Affair

5:30 Family Feud

6:00 Baywatch

7:00 Movie "Sherlock Holmes & the Leading Lady"

9:00 News

10:00 Whoopi Goldberg

10:30 Current Affair


11:00 Infomercials

3:30 James Robison

4:00 Bestsellers

4:30 Audubon Wildlife Theatre

CBKFT 13-SRC Regina

11:00 La sagesse des Gnomes

11:30 Grisu le petit dragon

noon Premiere edition

12:30 La Belle Anglaise II

1:30 Quelques heures de bonne volonte

2:30 Partenaires

3:30 Babar

4:00 TBA

4:30 Les debrouillards

5:00 Watatatow

5:30 Les animaux d'Australie

6:00 Jean-Louis Millette

6:30 Ce soir

7:00 Catherine Courage

8:00 Dallas

9:00 Le Telejournal

9:25 Le Point

9:55 Ce soir

10:30 Nouvelles du sport


10:45 Jardins d'aujourd'hui

11:15 Cinema "Le Bal des adieux"

1:50 sign-off

CITV 13-Ind Edmonton

5:00 Infomercials

6:00 News

7:30 Inspector Gadget

8:00 Teddy Ruxpin

8:30 Mighty Hercules

9:00 100 Huntley Street

10:00 It's a New Day

11:00 It Figures

11:30 Care Bears

noon Tiny Toon Adventures

12:30 Who's the Boss?

1:00 General Hospital

2:00 Live It Up! (repeats of the classic CTV show)

2:30 Foreign Affairs

3:00 Days of Our Lives

4:00 Young & the Restless

5:00 Star Trek: The Next Generation

6:00 News

6:30 Murphy Brown

7:00 Star Trek: Deep Space Nine


8:00 Big Wave Dave's

8:30 Mad About You

9:00 Delta

9:30 Married...with Children

10:00 News

11:00 Sports Night

11:30 Up & Coming (ITV co-produced with ATV Maritimes and several Ontario stations)

mid. Married...with Children

12:35 Tonight Show

1:35 Infomercial

2:00 Doogie Howser, MD

2:30 You Bet Your Life

3:00 sign-off

4:30 Infomercial

WTVS 56-PBS Detroit

WTVS was in pledge time, so programs may not air as listed

5:00 Stretching for Life

5:15 AM Weather

5:30 Adventures, Journeys & Archives

6:00 Wild America

6:30 Sandie's Fitness Firm

7:00 Sesame Street

8:10 Lamb Chop's Play-Along

8:45 Shining Time Station


9:20 Barney & Friends

10:00 Ciao Italia

10:30 Quilting for the 90s

11:00 Reading Rainbow

11:30 Carmen Sandiego

noon Sesame Street

1:00 Barney & Friends

1:30 Reading Rainbow

2:00 Carmen Sandiego

2:30 Club Connect

3:00 Metro Magazine

3:30 America with Dennis Wholey

4:00 MacNeil-Lehrer NewsHour

5:00 Nightly Business Report

5:30 James Taylor Squibnocket

7:00 In the Spotlight: Bob Dylan 30th Anniversary Celebration

9:45 James Taylor Squibnocket

11:15 In the Spotlight: Bob Dylan 30th Anniversary Celebration

2:00 MacNeil-Lehrer NewsHour

3:00 Golden Years of Television

4:00 National Geographic

from TV Guide-Saskatchewan edition

WJBK 2-CBS Detroit


7:00 AM Phil Donahue

3:00 PM Phil Donahue

4:00 AM Rush Limbaugh

...hah! Donahue TWICE in daytime and Limbaugh buried in the middle of the night to burn off
the contract. That's great ;-) ...

Remember that Detroit was in Eastern Daylight time and Sasketchewan was Central Standard,
two hours earlier than Detroit. Meaning that Rush was on at 6AM in Detroit. Middle of the
night? No. Start of morning rush hour? Yes.

...not according to Bluenoser's note at the beginning of the listings that the out-of-province
stations were listed as Central Time, thus 5:00 A.M. for Michigan. For most Detroit folk, that's
still not morning drive time...

But also keep in mind that Sasketchewan does not observe Daylight Savings Time, while
Michigan does. If you've noticed the schedules for WDIV and WXYZ below, you'll notice that the
Today show and Good Morning America are scheduled at 5AM -- 7AM in Detroit.

Could you please put Saskatchewan listings for Saturday August 21 1993 up next?

RETRO: SASKATCHEWAN SAT, AUG 21, 1993

Posted by request, from TV Guide-Saskatchewan edition

Out-of-province stations listed CST (2 hrs behind EDT)

CKCK 2-CTV Regina/CFQC 8-CTV Saskatoon/CIPA 9-CTV Prince Albert/CICC 10-CTV Yorkton

5:00 News

5:30 CTV National News

6:00 Circle Square

6:30 Third Story


7:00 Tarzan

7:30 Little Mermaid

8:00 Goof Troop

8:30 Raw Toonage

9:00 Putnam's Prairie Emporium (CKCK-produced for network)

9:30 Wonder Why?

10:00 Tennis: Matinee Invitational women's semi-finals

3:00 Owl/TV

3:30 My Secret Identity

4:00 Fish 'n Canada

4:30 WWF Cavalcade

5:30 Darkwing Duck

6:00 News

6:30 Sports Journal

7:00 Memories...Then & Now

7:30 Show Buzz

8:00 Katts & Dogg

8:30 Bordertown

9:00 Counterstrike

10:00 Nurses

10:30 Beyond Reality

11:00 CTV National News

11:30 News

mid. Young Indiana Jones (x2)

2:00 Mad, Mad World


3:00 Shadow of War, Faces of Peace

4:00 WWF Cavalcade

WJBK 2-CBS Detroit

5:00 Wall Street Journal Report

5:30 Rush Limbaugh

6:00 News

7:00 Garfield & Friends

8:00 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

9:00 WWF Superstars

10:00 Twilight Zone

10:30 NFL Exhibtion: Dallas-Houston (at San Antonio)

2:00 Golf: The International

4:00 News

4:30 CBS Evening News

5:00 Current Affair: Extra

6:00 Dr Quinn, Medicine Woman

7:00 Movie "My Stepmother is an Alien"

9:00 News

9:35 Untouchables

10:35 Movie "Tripwire"

12:30 Infomercial

1:00 Movie "Superfly TNT"

3:00 Barnaby Jones

4:00 Mass for Shut-Ins


4:30 Working Woman

CFSK 4-STV Saskatoon/CFRE 11-STV Regina

5:00 (CFSK) Movie cont'd

5:00 (CFRE) Profiles of Nature

5:30 (CFSK) Colleen & Company

5:30 (CFRE) Jo-Ann Martin

6:00 News

7:00 Commander Crumbcake

7:30 (CFSK) Dog City

7:30 (CFRE) My Pet Monster

8:00 Beetlejuice

8:30 Addams Family

9:00 Bugs Bunny & Tweety

10:00 Fievel's American Tails

10:30 Tiny Toon Adventures

11:00 Size Small Island

11:30 Tell-a-Tale Town

noon (CFSK) Kidsbeat

noon (CFRE) Dennis the Menace

12:30 (CFSK) Dennis the Menace

12:30 (CFRE) Kidsbeat

1:00 WWF Wrestling

2:00 Outdoor Sportsman

2:30 Top Ten Country


3:00 (CFSK) Beetlejuice

3:00 (CFRE) Profiles of Nature

3:30 Dog City

4:00 Dennis the Menace

4:30 ALF

5:00 (CFSK) Who's the Boss?

5:00 (CFRE) T & T

5:30 Who's the Boss?

6:00 (CFSK) Pilgrims & Profiteers (doc on Southeast Asian investment in Canada)

6:00 (CFRE) Growing Pains

6:30 (CFRE) T & T

7:00 Civil Wars

8:00 South Beach

9:00 Diamonds

10:00 (CFSK) Life Lessons

10:00 (CFRE) Super Dave Osborne

10:30 News

11:00 U Tonight (from UTV Vancouver)

mid. In Living Color

12:30 (CFSK) Movie "The Trial of Lee Harvey Oswald"

12:30 (CFRE) Movie "The Trial of Sir Roger Hollis" (runs 5 hrs, 25 min)

2:30 (CFSK) Movie "Partners"

4:00 (CFSK) Monsters

4:30 (CFSK) Profiles of Nature


WDIV 4-NBC Detroit

5:00 Saturday Today

7:00 WCW World Wide Wrestling

8:00 Saved by the Bell

8:30 California Dreams

9:00 Saved by the Bell

9:30 Name Your Adventure

10:00 Brains & Brawn

10:30 Scratch

11:00 Tigers '93

11:15 Baseball: Oakland-Detroit

2:00 Super Sports Follies

2:30 Runaway with the Rich & Famous

3:00 Lifestyles of the Rich & Famous

4:00 News

4:30 NBC Nightly News

5:00 Wheel of Fortune

5:30 Michigan Lottery

6:00 Super Bloopers & Practical Jokes

7:00 Empty Nest

7:30 Nurses

8:00 Fugitive (series finale)

9:00 News

9:30 Saturday Night Live (host Jason Alexander/musical guest Peter Gabriel)

11:00 So You Think You're Funny


11:30 Infomercials

1:00 Movie "Animals are Beautiful People"

3:00 This Week in Baseball

3:30 Kidbits

4:00 Open Doors

4:30 Health Talks

CKOS 5-CBC Yorkton/CKBI 5-CBC Prince Albert

6:30 Inspector Gadget

7:00 Fievel's American Tails

7:30 Dog City

8:00 Merrie Melodies

8:30 Taz-Mania

9:00 Tiny Toon Adventures

9:30 (CKOS) Teddy Ruxpin

9:30 (CKBI) Tiny Toon Adventures

10:00 Canada Summer Games

11:30 Baseball: Seattle-Toronto

2:30 World Athletics Championships

4:00 In Wildness

5:00 Farmgate

5:30 News

6:00 Land & Sea

6:30 Ocean World of John Stoneman

7:00 CFL: Winnipeg-Sacramento


10:00 Country Beat

11:00 The National

11:15 News

11:30 (CKOS) Sirens

11:45 (CKBI) Sirens

12:30 (CKOS) Herman's Head (x2, sign-off 1:30)

12:45 (CKBI) Herman's Head (x2; sign-off 1:45)

CJFB 5-CBC Swift Current

8:30 Under the Umbrella Tree

9:00 Sesame Street

10:00 Canada Summer Games

11:30 Baseball: Seattle-Toronto

2:30 World Athletics Championships

4:00 Prairie Farm Report

4:30 Danger Theatre

5:00 Canada Summer Games

6:00 Land & Sea

6:30 Ocean World of John Stoneman

7:00 CFL: Winnipeg-Sacramento

10:00 Country Beat

11:00 The National

11:15 News

11:40 Star Trek

12:40 Movie "Man Under Suspicion"


3:15 sign-off

WXYZ 7-ABC Detroit

5:00 Beakman's World

5:30 Captain Planet

6:00 A Pup Named Scooby-Doo

6:30 Wild West COW-Boys of Moo Mesa

7:00 Goof Troop

7:30 Addams Family

8:00 Land of the Lost

8:30 Bugs Bunny & Tweety

9:30 Darkwing Duck

10:00 Winnie the Pooh

10:30 Road to the Little League World Series

11:00 Movie "The Heavenly Kid"

1:00 Infomercial

1:30 World Tae Kwon Do Championships

2:30 Wide World of Sports (World Athletics Championships/Travers Stakes horse race)

4:00 News

4:30 ABC World News Tonight

5:00 Entertainment Tonight

6:00 World of Discovery "Crocodiles' Revenge"

7:00 Movie "Tightrope"

9:00 News

9:30 Movie "Smokescreen"


11:30 Movie "Dangerous Davies-The Last Detective"

1:30 Movie "The Stranger"

3:30 Singsation

4:00 America's Black Forum

4:30 Weekend Travel Update

CBKT 9-CBC Regina/CBKST 11-CBC Saskatoon

8:30 Under the Umbrella Tree

9:00 Sesame Street

10:00 Canada Summer Games

11:30 Baseball: Seattle-Toronto

2:30 World Athletics Championships

4:00 In Wildness

5:00 Canada Summer Games

6:00 Land & Sea

6:30 Ocean World of John Stoneman

7:00 CFL: Winnipeg-Sacramento

10:00 Country Beat

11:00 The National

11:15 News

11:40 Star Trek

12:40 Movie "Man Under Suspicion"

3:15 sign-off

CHCH 11-Ind Hamilton


5:00 Audubon Wildlife Theatre

5:30 Challenge

6:00 World Vision

7:00 Gardener's Journal

7:30 Discover Your World

8:00 Consumer Guide to Landscaping

8:30 Sketches of Our Town

9:00 Outdoor Sportsman

9:30 Sportfishing Adventures

10:00 Real Fishing Show (Bob Izumi)

10:30 Ontario Fisherman

11:00 Hollywood Camera

11:30 Look Who's Cooking

noon Bestsellers

12:30 Challenge

1:00 Sketches of Our Town

1:30 Canadian Horseracing

2:00 Computer Insider

2:30 Hollywood Camera

3:00 World Vision

4:00 News

4:30 Blue Jays Journal

5:00 WWF Wrestling

6:00 Neon Rider

7:00 Roc (x2)


8:00 Sisters

9:00 News

9:30 WWF Wrestling

10:30 Infomercials

4:00 Bestsellers

4:30 Audubon Wildlife Theatre

CBKFT 13-SRC Regina

8:00 Tao Tao

8:30 CLYDE

9:00 Jeux du Canada

10:00 Tennis: Matinee International women's semi-finals

3:00 Le sport des autres

3:30 Genies en herbe

4:00 Le Telejournal

4:30 On aura tout vu!

5:00 Baseball: Montreal-Cincinnati

7:30 Le Telejournal

7:50 Nouvelles du sport

8:05 Jeux du Canada

9:05 Cinema "Peril en la demeure"

11:15 sign-off

CITV 13-Ind Edmonton

6:00 Outdoors Unlimited


6:30 Circle Square

7:00 Outdoors Unlimited

7:30 Fish 'n Canada

8:00 RV Vacation Adventure

8:30 Look Who's Cooking

9:00 Gardener's Journal

9:30 Mighty Hercules

10:00 Little Mermaid

10:30 Raw Toonage

11:00 Kidstreet

11:30 Happy Castle

noon Astroboy

12:30 Teddy Ruxpin

1:00 Care Bears

1:30 Inspector Gadget

2:00 Beetlejuice

2:30 Dennis the Menace

3:00 Goof Troop

3:30 Darkwing Duck

4:00 Monty's Travelling Reptile Show

4:30 T & T

5:00 WWF Wrestling

6:00 News

6:30 News Makers

7:00 Super Dave Osborne


7:30 Heart of Courage

8:00 World Vision

9:00 Untouchables

10:00 Top Cops

11:00 Stand-Ins for Danger

mid. Movie "Black Rain"

2:30 Movie ""Death Rage"

4:30 Infomercial

WTVS 56-PBS Detroit

In pledge period, programs may air at different times than scheduled

5:00 Sesame Street

6:00 Lilias!

6:30 World of Collector Cars

7:00 Discovering Michigan (x2)

8:00 Hometime (x4)

10:00 Fred Trost: Practical Spokesman

10:30 Koalas in My Backyard

11:30 Chocolate Edition: A Great Chefs Special

1:00 Victory Garden (x2)

2:00 Frugal Gourmet Cooks Italian Basics

3:00 Frugal Gourmet Cooks Northern Italian

4:00 Pavarotti in the Park

6:00 Carreras, Domingo, Pavarotti in Concert

8:00 Three Tenors: The Impossible Dream


9:30 Pavarotti in the Park

11:00 sign-off, transmitter maintenance (WTVS showed both O Canada and SSB at sign-off)

4:00 National Geographic

CBS Saturday Schedule September 22-October 27, 1984

7:30 a.m. Captain Kangaroo

8:00 a.m. Shirt Tales

8:30 a.m. The Get Along Gang

9:00 a.m. Muppet Babies

9:30 a.m. Saturday Supercade

10:30 a.m. Pole Position

11:00 a.m. Dungeons and Dragons

11:30 a.m. Pryor's Place

Noon The Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Show

1:30 p.m. The Charlie Brown and Snoopy Show

2:00-6:00 p.m. CBS Sports Programming (either College Football and/or CBS Sports Saturday)

6:00 p.m. Local Programming

6:30 p.m. CBS Evening News

7:00 p.m. Local Programming

8:00 p.m. Airwolf

9:00 p.m. Mike Hammer

10:00 p.m. Cover Up

Sources: The Encyclopedia of Daytime Television by Wesley Hyatt

The Complete Guide of The Complete Directory to Prime Time Network and Cable TV Shows
1946 Present
by Tim Brooks and Earle Marsh

Retro:Philadelphia UHF TV Friday April 1, 1966

15 WLYH-Lancaster/Lebanon-CBS

Only Network Programs listed

7:05 CBS News

8AM Captain Kangaroo

9AM Local

10AM I Love Lucy

10:30 The McCoys

11AM Andy Griffith

11:30 Dick Van Dyke

Noon Love Of Life

12:30 Search For Tomorrow'

12:45 Guiding Light

1PM Local

1:30 As The World Turns

2PM Password

2:30 House Party

3PM To Tell The Trith

3:25 CBS News

3:30 Edge Of Night

4PM Secret Storm


4:30 Local

7:30 Wild Wild West

8:30 Hogan's Heroes

9PM Gomer Pyle USMC

9:30 Smothers Brothers

10PM Trials Of O'Brien

11PM Local

17 WPHL Ind.

9AM Jack LaLanne

9:30 Bertie and Granny

10:30 Cartoon Capers

11AM Jack LaLanne

11:30 Love That Bob!-Bob Cummings

Noon Jeopardy!-Art Fleming-NBC

12:30 Divorce Court

1:30 Let's Make A Deal-NBC

1:55 NBC News

2PM Movie-A Millionaire For Christie-1951

4PM Georgie Woods-Variety

5PM Eighth Man

5:30 Flash Gordon

6PM Brave Stallion

6:30 Wells Fargo


7PM Astroboy

7:30 Buck Rogers

8PM Flash Gordon

8:30 Bat Masterson

9PM Movie-A Lady Takes a Chance-1943

11PM Movie-Mr. Perrin and Mr. Traill-English 1949

29 WIBF-Ind.

Noon Donna Reed-ABC

12:30 Father Knows Best-ABC

1PM Scarlett Hill-Serial

1:30 December Bride

2PM Film Drama-seems like varied anthology reruns

2:30 Movie-Accused Of Murder-1957

4PM Never Too Young-ABC

4:25 Arlene Dahl Show

4:30 Where The Action Is-ABC

5PM US Marshal

5:30 Fun Club-Ron Polao

6:20 The Deputy-Henry Fonda

6:50 News

7:30 Movie-Corvette-K225-1943

9:10 Movie-Lost Horizon-1937

11PM News
11:20 Film Drama

11:50 Film Drama

48 WKBS-Ind.

11:30 Dickory Doc

1PM Movie-The Jazz Singer-1927

3PM Topper

3:30 Captain Philadelphia

5PM Mickey Mouse Club

5:30 Superman-George Reeves

6PM Lloyd Thaxton

7PM Soupy Sales

7:30 Movie-Magnetic Monster-1953

9PM Wrestling-Philadelphia

10PM News

10:30 Spring Training Report (Phillies)-Stu Nathan

10:35 Boxing Highlights

11PM Movie-The Lusty Men-1952

1:10 Movie-The Shanghai Chest-1948

I find it interesting that at this early date (1966) There were 3 independents in
Philadelphia..Most of the syndicated shows from the 50's were showing their age already by this
time..

Source:TV Guide Philadelphia Edition


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I think Phildelphia was big enough to support three

independents; what's interesting is that they were

UHF, whereas New York had three VHF independents

and Los Angeles had four.

Some of these schedules remind me of Atlanta a

few years later, when Channel 17 there used to

pick up Jeopardy! and Who, What Or Where, pre-empted

on WSB; and, very briefly, when ABC ran Password at

12:30 Channel 11 pre-empted it and 17 picked it up on

delay (11 AM next day, IIRC). WSB carried Mike Douglas

at 12:30 from 1969-72, before replacing him with Merv

Griffin.

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29 WIBF-Ind.

4:30 Where The Action Is-ABC

Interesting that WFIL-TV, once the American Bandstand flagship, didn't carry its successor.

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In reference to the above, I should have said "weekday afternoon" successor...

Retro:Philadelphia VHF TV Friday April 1, 1966


Source:TV Guide Philadelphia Edition

KYW-3 NBC

5:25 Farm/Market News

5:30 News

5:35 Fair Adventure

6:05 Meaning of Communism

6:35 Farm and Garden

6:45 Local News

7AM Today

9AM Bachelor Father

9:30 PDQ-Dennis James

10AM Eye Guess-Bill Cullen

10:30 Concentration

11AM Morning Star

11:30 Paradise Bay

Noon News

12:30 Mike Douglas

2PM Days Of Our Lives

2:30 Doctors

3PM Another World

3:30 You Don't Say-Tom Kennedy-Panel:Mona Freeman, Jack Ging

4PM Match Game-Gene Rayburn-Panel:Lloyd Bridges, Betty White

4:25 NBC News-Nancy Dickerson


4:30 Merv Griffin

6PM News

6:30 Huntley-Brinkley

7PM Littlest Hobo

7:30 Vietnam:Home Front-SPECIAL (Preempts Camp Runamuck and Hank)

8:30 Sammy Davis Jr.

9:30 Mr. Roberts

10PM Man Fron UNCLE

11PM News

11:30 Johnny Carson

1AM Bronco

2AM FBI Most Wanted

2:05 Contact

2:35 News

WPVI-6 ABC

6:35 News-Joe Novenson

6:45 RFD 6

7AM New Math

7:30 Gloria-Exercise

8AM Cartoon Circus

8:30 Romper Room-Connie Rouselle

9:30 Features for Women

9:40 News/Weather
9:45 Schoolhouse

10AM Dating Game

10:30 Dolls and Dollars

11AM Supermarket Sweep

11:30 Girl Talk

12:30 Let's Play Post Office-NBC

1PM Ben Casey

2PM Confidential For Women

2:30 A Time For Us

2:55 ABC News-Marlene Sanders

3PM General Hospital

3:30 Nurses

4PM Movie-The Enchanted Cottage-1945

5:45 Popeye Theater

7PM News-Redpath

7:15 ABC News-Jennings

7:30 Flintstones

8PM Tammy

8:30 Addams Family

9PM Honey West

9:30 Farmer's Daughter

10PM Jimmy Dean Show

11PM News

11:30 Movie-Till the Clouds Roll By-1946


2:05 Movie-Hot Rod Gang-1958

WGAL-8 NBC-Lancaster

7AM Today

9AM College Of The Air

9:30 Debbie Drake

10AM Eye Guess-Bill Cullen

10:30 Concentration

11AM Morning Star

11:30 Paradise Bay

Noon Noonday 8

12:30 Let's Play Post Office

1PM Bachelor Father

1:30 Let's Make A Deal-Monty Hall

1:55 NBC News

2PM Days Of Our Lives

2:30 Doctors

3PM Another World

3:30 You Don't Say-Tom Kennedy-Panel:Mona Freeman, Jack Ging

4PM Match Game-Gene Rayburn-Panel:Lloyd Bridges, Betty White

4:25 NBC News-Nancy Dickerson

4:30 Leave It To Beaver

5PM Bugs Bunny

5:30 Forest Rangers


6PM News

6:30 Huntley-Brinkley

7PM Death Valley Days

7:30 Vietnam:Home Front-SPECIAL (Preempts Camp Runamuck and Hank)

8:30 Sammy Davis Jr.

9:30 Mr. Roberts

10PM Man Fron UNCLE

11PM News

11:30 Johnny Carson

1AM News

WCAU-10 CBS

5:40 News

5:45 Sunrise Semester

6:15 Urban School Crisis

6:45 Bill Bennett's Almanac

7AM News-Gene Crane

7:05 CBS News-Mike Wallace

7:30 Gene London-Children

8AM Captain Kangaroo

9AM Pixanne-Children

9:30 Leave It To Beaver

10AM I Love Lucy

10:30 (Real) McCoys


11AM Andy Griffith

11:30 Dick Van Dyke

Noon Love Of Life

12:30 Search For Tomorrow

12:45 Guiding Light

1PM TV 10 Around Town

1:30 As The World Turns

2PM Password

2:30 House Party

3PM To Tell The Truth-Bud Collyer

3:25 CBS News-Douglas Edwards

3:30 Edge of Night

4PM Secret Storm

4:30 Movie-Fixed Bayonets-1951

6PM News

7PM CBS News-Walter Cronkite

7:30 Wild Wild West

8:30 Hogan's Heroes

9PM Gomer Pyle, USMC

9:30 Smothers Brothers-Sitcom where Tom plays an angel sent to help his brother Dick

10PM Trials Of O Brien

11PM News

11:25 Movie-King Richard and the Crusaders-1954

1:35 Movie-Jeanne Eagles-1957

3:40 News
12-WHYY-NET Wilmington/Philadelphia

9:30 Classroom

11:35 Film Feature

12:05 Friendly Giant

12:20 Places In the News

12:45 Sing Hi Sing Lo

1PM Film Feature

3PM Urban School Crisis

3:30 Teaching French

4PM USA-Art

4:30 Southeast Asia

5PM Folk Guitar

5:30 Friendly Giant

5:45 Sing Hi Sing Lo

6PM Local News

6:30 What's New

7PM High School History

7:30 TV 12 Garden Club

8PM Diamond State Profile

8:30 Opinion In The Capital

9PM Intolleranza-Opera

11PM Local News


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Source:TV Guide Philadelphia Edition

WPVI-6 ABC

For accuracy purposes, and for the fact the time limit has passed for editing original posts, WPVI-
6 should read WFIL-6..
Surprising to see Channel 6 WFIL passing on ABC's "Where The Action Is".

I realize that many ABC affiliates at this time were passing on it (Many local stations wanted that
4 - 5 PM network slot back for syndicated programming or movies where they could sell the ad
time), but the station was the birthplace of Dick Clark's "American Bandstand". One would figure
that as a former local host, his programming, such as "Where The Action Is", would warrant
carriage on the Philly network affiliate, or his local popularity would still be such that the ratings
would support it.

At least it got cleared on the indy, Channel 29.

...I wouldn't be surprised if WFIL-TV was ticked off with Clark for moving "American Bandstand"
to Hollywood in the early '60s. It was what gave WFIL national fame, and by 1966 the big
Philadelphia TV production had become "The Mike Douglas Show" on competitor KYW-TV/3...

Retro: Atlanta Sunday, May 7, 1950

From the Atlanta Constitution, a bit of

very early Atlanta TV history:

WAGA Ch. 5 (CBS/DuMont)

1:30 Sign On And Cartoon Parade

1:45 Warming Up--interviews with

Jim Woods (Ch. 5 sportscaster)

1:50 Baseball: Atlanta Crackers at

Mobile (Game 1 of a doubleheader)

4:15 Dugout Dope--interviews with Lee

Hendrickson (time approximate)


4:30 Atlanta vs. Mobile (Game 2) (Jim

Woods calls both games, time

approximate)

6:30 Mr. I. Magination--Paul Tripp (CBS)

(time approximate)

7 PM Cavalcade Of Stars--Warren Hull

(Jackie Gleason would debut on this

show July 8) (DuMont)

8 PM Toast Of The Town--Ed Sullivan (CBS)

9 PM Fred Waring Show (CBS)

10 PM Celebrity Time--Conrad Nagel, John

Daly (CBS) (What's My Line? hadn't

moved to Sunday night yet, and wouldn't

until October 1, so that's why Daly's on

this show.)

10:30 Glamour Go Round--Ilka Chase (CBS)

10:45 Sign Off

WSB Ch. 8 (NBC/ABC--wouldn't move to

Channel 2 until September 1951)

4 PM Weekly News Review

4:20 Tele-Travels: "Island Queen"

4:30 The Little Review--Johnny Desmond (ABC)

5 PM Movie: "Way Down South" with Bobby Breen


('30s child star)

6:05 Paradise Island--Danny O'Neil, Anne Sterling

(NBC)

6:20 Film: "On The Fly"

6:30 Hollywood Screen Test--Neil Hamilton (ABC)

7 PM Paul Whiteman's Revue (ABC)

7:30 Leave It To The Girls--Maggi McNellis, John

K.M. McCaffery (NBC)

8 PM Supper Club--Perry Como, William Bendix (NBC)

8:30 One Man's Family (NBC)

9 PM Television Playhouse: "The Man In The Black

Hat" (NBC)

10 PM Garroway At Large--Dave Garroway, Jack Haskell

(NBC)

10:30 News

10:55 Sign Off

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how can a baseball game be televise from mobile alabama in 1950 the coxail cable had not rea
ch mobile till september 1954 on waga tv

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The listings say Atlanta vs. Mobile. Normally,

that means the visiting team is listed first, but

I don't know if there was any prohibition against

Channel 5's carrying the Crackers' home games.

So it is possible that this was a doubleheader

played in Atlanta. I didn't know it took so long

for the coaxial cable to reach Mobile. Did their

first station sign on in 1954?

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the first station to sign on in mobile alabama was wkab tv dec 29 1952 itwas a dumont station
with cbs secondary wala tv sign on jan 14 1953 it carried nbc with cbs abc secondary a lot of
snowy kinescopes at first both station power was 2500 watts reaching only 15 miles wala tv went
full power jan 2 1955 then pensacola could pick up ch 10 wkab tv went off air aug 1 1954

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WKAB later became the call letters of Channel

32 (ABC) in Montgomery; those call letters have

been changed a couple of times since, to WHOA

and then WMCF (I think that's right).

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Quote Originally Posted by bpatrick

WKAB later became the call letters of Channel

32 (ABC) in Montgomery...and then WMCF (I think that's right).

It's WNCF. Meant to reflect their positioning statement for their (now-defunct) news
department: Where News Comes First. The station changed their calls then dropped news a few
months later. Actually, I think now they are getting some form of "centralized" news updates
from some outfit in Iowa.

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wkab tv turn it license march 1956 wkab tv was ch 48

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Quote Originally Posted by bpatrick

WKAB later became the call letters of Channel

32 (ABC) in Montgomery; those call letters have

been changed a couple of times since, to WHOA

and then WMCF (I think that's right).

Actually, WMCF is Channel 45, the TBN affiliate in Montgomery.

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Two stations in the same market with almost-

identical call letters does get confusing, but you're

all right that WMCF is Channel 45 and WNCF is

Channel 32.
At least I don't have the same problem with

KING and KONG in Seattle.

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Quote Originally Posted by wditto

how can a baseball game be televise from mobile alabama in 1950 the coxail cable had not rea
ch mobile till september 1954 on waga tv

I ran across a website on WSB's history the other day. Televised Crackers

games did come from Ponce de Leon Park in Atlanta. WSB had them around

1949; later they went back and forth between WAGA and WLW-A (now WXIA).

WSB was the Braves' flagship station from the time they came to town in 1966

until about 1973 (somebody correct me on this), and Ted Turner bought the

team soon after, having acquired the games for Channel 17.

I think the first year that the Braves were on Channel 17 was either '75 or '76, whichever was the
first year that Skip Caray and Pete Van Wieren replaced Milo Hamilton. That was also the first
year that a lot of their regional TV affiliates changed (in Birmingham they moved from WAPI-13
[now WVTM] to WBMG-42 [now WIAT]. I don't ever recall Milo Hamilton on any of the
broadcasts that were shown on Channel 42. And, please, don't ask me how I remember that!
Milo Hamilton's last year with the Braves was 1975, and he left for Pittsburgh with the Pirates
the following years. In fact, before he finally settled in Houston (replacing another recent Hall of
Fame inductee, Gene Elston), he bounced quite a bit.

Here's Hamilton's Baseball Hall of Fame profile:

http://www.baseballhalloffame.org/ho...ilton_milo.htm

...it's a shame that Harry Caray, so Hamilton says, had such a low opinion of Hamilton as a co-
worker (and vice versa). Milo was vastly superior to the bunch that replaced him as Harry's
sidekick since then. Also interesting to realise that, while supporting Bob Elson as a White Sox
announcer in the early '60s, Milo was also a disc jockey for WCFL...

To put it mildly, Caray & Hamilton had a history going back to the '50s when both were in St.
Louis doing Cardinal baseball and some college basketball games. It finally blew up in 1982 when
Caray came over to the Cubs from the White Sox after Jack Brickhouse retired. Brickhouse (who
was also WGN Sports Director and was responsible for hiring the announcers) had anointed
Hamilton as his successor a few years earlier, but reneged on the deal when Caray became
available.

Hamilton (erroneously) always blamed Caray for the backstabbing, but it was Brickhouse that
handled the situation badly - a fact he admitted in his autobiography. But Caray & Hamilton
never liked each other even before that.

And Hamilton was definitely not superior to Caray as a play-by-play man, a fact that Caray was
alleged to rub in Milo's face at regular intervals (Caray was suprisingly difficult to work with even
when sober). They were equal at best. Hamilton is an excellent play-caller, similar to an Ernie
Harwell or Vin Scully, but he never had much personality and as such, was a combustible mixture
when paired with Caray. Personality counts as much, if not more than ability when calling a
baseball game. Both could call a game (at least when Caray was in his prime pre-1980), but Caray
was considered superior due to his colorful persona and there's nothing Milo Hamilton will ever
be able to do to change that.

...I hope you're not suggesting that I said Milo was superior to Harry. He wasn't. But as a contrast
and supportive compliment to Harry's colourful approach, Milo still had the goods to be much
better than, say, Steve Stone or Dewayne Staats...

No, but Milo certainly thought that.

Trouble was, Harry could never really mesh with another PBP man in the booth at the same
time. Yeah, I know he was paired up with Jack Buck for 15 years, but IIRC, they split their time in
the booth and didn't do many innings together. They weren't best buddies either from what I've
heard, but they at least tolerated each other and had a mutual professional respect.

Harry worked best with a good analyst, the best-known being Gabby Street (when they were
doing the Browns' games together), Jimmy Piersall (White Sox), & Steve Stone (Cubs). Street was
way before my time (in the 1940s), and I thought Piersall complimented Caray much better than
Stone did until after Harry had his 1987 stroke and Stone had to take on more of the load.

The other play-callers that were with Harry in his last years were there to give him a rest due to
his declining health, as well as work the radio side. Staats, Wayne Larrivee, & Thom Brennaman
are who I'm talking about here. They were rarely paired up from what I remember.

Retro:Cleveland Wednesday Evening May 26/ Thursday Daytime May 27, 1948

Source:Cleveland Press

WEWS-5 CBS, ABC, DuMont NBC

Wednesday May 26, 1948

7:30 News

7:38 Western Reserve Presents

8PM Parma Mayor Reichert

8:10 Dugout Interviews


8:25 Major League Baseball-Washington Senators at Cleveland Indians

Followed by "Fans In The Stands" and General News

Thursday, May 27, 1948

1:50 News

2PM Laugh With the Ladies

2:30 Man In the Street

3PM Test Pattern

5PM Uncle Jake's House-Gene Carroll

Retro: WRGB, Schnectady, N.Y., Dec. 11-17, 1950

Here's a week's worth of WRGB Channel 4 (as they were then) from Schnectady, N.Y. (schedule
from The Berkshire Eagle)

WEEKDAYS

AM

10 Test pattern

PM

1:10 News

1:15 Excursions in Science or Shopping Guide

1:30 Mon., Wed., Fri.: Faye Emerson; Tue: Shopping Guide; Thu: Farm Spotlight

1:45 Bob Slone and Jerry Coyle

2:45 Mon, Wed., Fri: Myers Show; Tue: Doris Remis Flower Arrangements; Thu: Martha Brooks

3 Ransom Sherman

3:30 Remember This Date; Fri: Bert Parks


4 Homemakers Exchange

4:30 Kate Smith

5 Santa Claus; W, F-John Contes Little Show

5:15 Breadtime (not a misprint) Stories

5:30 Howdy Doody

6 Cactus Jim

6:30 TV Showcase

6:55 Weather Map

7 Kukla, Fran and Ollie

7:30 M, W, F: Mohawk Showroom; TU: Foremost Show; TH: Memory Lane

7:45 Camel News Caravan

11 Newsreel

11:15 Broadway Open House

12M Signoff

MONDAY, DEC. 11

8 Paul Winchell-Jerry Mahoney Show

8:30 Voice of Firestone

9 Lights Out

9:30 Robert Montgomery Presents

10:30 Who Said That?

TUESDAY, DEC. 12

8 Texaco Star Theatre (Milton Berle)

9 Fireside Theatre
9:30 Suspense (CBS)

10 Ted Macks Original Amateur Hour

WEDNESDAY, DEC. 13

8 You Bet Your Life (from Thursday)

8:30 Alan Young (CBS, from Thursday)

9 Kraft Television Theatre

10 Break The Bank

10:30 Strange Adventures

THURSDAY, DEC. 14

8 Stop The Music (ABC)

9 Kay Kyser

10 Martin Kane, Private Eye

10:30 Chance Of A Lifetime (ABC, from Wednesday)

FRIDAY, DEC. 15

8 Toast Of The Town (Ed Sullivan; CBS, from Sunday)

9 Bonny Maid Versatile Varieties

9:30 Teen Age Barn

10 Gillette Cavalcade of Sports

10:30 President Truman speech to nation about situations with Korea, Communists

SATURDAY, DEC. 16

AM
10 Sign on

10:30 Theatre

11 Mr. I Magination

11:30 Ranch

PM

12 Super Circus

1 Hopalong Cassidy

2 Juvenile Jamboree

2:30 Morton Downey

3-5 Illegible on schedule

5 Arthur Godfreys Talent Scouts (CBS, from Monday)

5:30 Joe DiMaggio Show

5:45 Fashion Street

6 Arthur Godfrey And His Friends (CBS, from Wednesday)

7 Sportscope

7:30 One Mans Family

8 Ken Murray (CBS)

9 Your Show Of Shows

10:30 Your Hit Parade

11 Wrestling

12M Signoff

SUNDAY, DEC. 17

AM

10:45 Sign on
10:55 Billy Rose

11:25 Teller Of Tales

11:55 Stu Erwin

PM

12:25 Star Time

2:05 Football: Cleveland Browns vs. New York Giants

5 Western

6 Philco TV Playhouse (from previous Sunday, apparently)

7 Fashion Parade

7:15 Yesterdays Newsreel

7:30 Aldrich Family

8 Colgate Comedy Hour

9 Fred Waring (CBS)

10 Celebrity Time (CBS)

10:30 News Of The Week

10:45 Ships Reporter

11 Club Roma

11:30 Sign off

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do you have wrgb tv in december 1948

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I was just curious as to why they delayed Ed Sullivan and Arthur Godfrey to another night? Didn't
WRGB have a direct coaxial cable connection to CBS in 1950?

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At this point, WRGB was primarily NBC. They had an NBC Hookup for sure but maybe not for CBS
or ABC. As NBC was the primary Network, They would probably get priority on live feeds.

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On this schedule are at least four CBS shows that aired

in pattern: Suspense, Ken Murray, Fred Waring, and

Celebrity Time. I think that in the case of Sullivan, the

Colgate Comedy Hour was the higher-rated of the two

shows on Sundays at 8.

I've posted before that WFMY/2 Greensboro, NC, a CBS

primary affiliate, carried Colgate instead of Sullivan on

Sundays until 1953, when the Triad got an NBC affiliate.

Likewise, WFMY carried Firestone on Monday nights instead

of Talent Scouts, although this makes little sense: Talent

Scouts was number one (or close to it) in the early 1950s.
Maybe the highbrow nature of the Firestone show was worth

a couple of FCC brownie points.

WRGB's schedule doesn't look radically different from those in

one-station markets here in North Carolina and Virginia (Greensboro,

Charlotte, Richmond, Norfolk) in those days. All of them tried to

carry as many of the top-rated shows as possible, but since they

could carry only one show at a time, something had to be delayed.

The program directors must have had a tough time making some of

these calls.

RETRO: Fairbanks, Alaska (April 18, 1963)

Source: Fairbanks Daily News-Miner

2-KFAR (NBC/ABC)

5:00 Continental Classroom

5:30 Nelsons

6:00 The Big 30 (Yes, Channel 2 was the first in Fairbanks with a half-hour local newscast back in
1963; KTVF didn't expand their evening news until -- believe it or not -- 1971, when it became
"The Fairbanks Evening News")

6:30 Alaska Highlites

6:45 Hometown Reporter

7:00 Sam Benedict

8:00 My Three Sons

8:30 Going My Way

9:30 11th Hour


10:30 The Joey Bishop Show

11:00 Nightcap News

11:10 Weather Map

11:15 Channel 2 Playhouse (which I think was the late movie)

11-KTVF (CBS)

THURSDAY EVENING:

6:30 News & Sports

6:55 Weather

7:00 Dr. Lafferty School Program (Dr. Charles Lafferty was Superintendent of the Fairbanks School
District at that time; in 1964, that would be incorporated into the newly created Fairbanks North
Star Borough as the FNSB School District)

7:30 Perry Mason

8:30 The Twilight Zone

9:30 The Nurses

10:30 Weather Forecast

10:35 News and Sports

10:40 Top Star Bowling

FRIDAY DAYTIME:

10:45 Test Pattern and Tone

10:55 Daily Word

11:00 Romper Room

Noon Love of Life

12:30 Search for Tomorrow (which would expand to a half-hour in 1968)

12:45 The Guiding Light (ditto the same year)


1:00 News

1:30 As The World Turns

2:00 College of the Air

2:30 Friday Matinee

4:00 The Secret Storm

4:30 The Edge of Night

5:00 Top Star Bowling

6:00 College of the Air

In 1967, floodwaters hit Fairbanks and KTVF suffered the most damage; their studios were at the
basement of the Northward Building while KFAR remained high and dry on Second Ave. Channel
2 had already started colorcasting while Channel 11 moved to the second floor -- where they
remained until 1990 when they moved to Van Horn Road -- and returned to the air at the end of
the year, this time in color. Both stations were still doing local programs in black and white until
the early '70s when they finally got their first color studio cameras.

Jonathan Allen

I wonder what the folks in places like Nome and Barrow had for TV back in 63. Did they even
have TV at all? Or were the Fairbanks or Anchorage TV signals relayed to them?

Nome, Barrow, and the rest of rural Alaska didn't get any TV until the mid-1970s, when the state
launched RATNET (Rural Alaska Television Network). It became ARCS (Alaska Rural
Communications Service) in 1995 after budget cuts, which also led to PBS stations KUAC
(Fairbanks), KTOO (Juneau), and KYUK (Bethel) becoming AlaskaOne. The other PBS station,
KAKM in Anchorage, decided to be on their own.

ARCS is still on the air, despite digital cable and DirecTV/Dish Network reaching into some rural
area homes in the last few years. The only way it'll be pulled the plug is if Comcast acquires GCI
(current cable provider) with an intention to expand service to rural Alaska...something that GCI
has failed to do.
Jonathan Allen

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First, when did Fairbanks get a fulltime ABC affiliate?

Second, I wonder if anyone has any Honolulu schedules

for the same date or close to it? Since Alaska and Hawaii,

in that pre-satellite era, got their shows sometimes a week

or more after the continental U.S. saw them, it would be

interesting (to me, at least) to "compare notes" and see

what was airing when in Hawaii, too. And doesn't Guam

still get shows several days after the continental U.S.?

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Hi everyone:

Quote Originally Posted by bpatrick

Second, I wonder if anyone has any Honolulu schedules

for the same date or close to it? Since Alaska and Hawaii,

in that pre-satellite era, got their shows sometimes a week

or more after the continental U.S. saw them, it would be

interesting (to me, at least) to "compare notes" and see

what was airing when in Hawaii, too.

Yes it would.

And doesn't Guam

still get shows several days after the continental U.S.?

I would think not. If anything, they should get it on a ONE day delay (In other words, what soap
episodes which are aired on Monday here would be aired on Tuesday on Guam).

That said, it'd be interesting to compare notes with Guam as well.

Cheers

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Back To The Future Radio & TV (Old Time Radio & Classic TV) | WSO-AM Radio & TV (Old &
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Because Guam is on the other side of the International

Date Line, programs air a day later (what airs on Friday

night here airs Saturday night there). For example, the

Walter Cronkite and Dr. Phil specials airing tonight on CBS

in the continental U.S. are scheduled for Saturday there.

They're on the Central/Mountain version of prime time

(7-10 PM).

But I wouldn't mind seeing what their schedules looked

like in the pre-satellite era.

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Quote Originally Posted by bpatrick

But I wouldn't mind seeing what their schedules looked

like in the pre-satellite era.

But even in the satellite era, until last year, Guam got their television programming -- network
and cable -- on a week delay basis, except for sports (which was seen live) and network news
(which was seen in the evening).

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I'd still like to see some of their old schedules.

I didn't realize they'd just gone on a day-behind

(actually, I think about nine hours if you allow for

the time difference, which I believe is fifteen hours)

basis.

RETRO: CHICAGO SAT, OCT 23, 1993

from TeleGuia de Chicago

Listings go 6am-1:30am

WBBM 2-CBS
6:00 Infomercial

6:30 Different Drummers

7:00 Marsupilami

7:30 Little Mermaid

8:00 Garfield & Friends

9:00 Dennis the Menace

9:30 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

10:30 Cadillacs & Dinosaurs

11:00 Beakman's World

11:30 Storybreak

noon Martha Stewart Living

12:30 Common Ground

1:00 Gathering of the Faithful: 1993 Parliament of the World's Religions

1:30 Infomercial

2:00 1st & Ten

2:30 Super Sports Follies

3:00 Infomercial

3:30 CBS Sports Saturday

5:00 News

5:30 CBS Evening News

6:00 Siskel & Ebert

6:30 $100,000 Fortune Hunt

7:00 World Series, Game 6: Philadelphia v Toronto (Jays win Series with a 8-6 win)

10:00 News

10:35 227
11:05 Arsenio Hall

12:05 News

12:40 Lillehammer

1:00 It's Showtime at the Apollo

WMAQ 5-NBC

6:00 News

7:00 Saturday Today

9:00 News

9:30 Real News for Kids

10:00 Saved by the Bell: The New Class

10:30 California Dreams

11:00 Basketball: McDonald's Open

1:30 College Football: USC-Notre Dame

5:00 News

5:30 NBC Nightly News

6:00 Chicago Bears Weekly

6:30 Prime Suspect

7:00 Mommies

7:30 Cafe Americain

8:00 Empty Nest

8:30 Nurses

9:00 Sisters

10:00 News

10:30 Saturday Night Live


mid. Comedy Showcase

1:00 It's Showtime at the Apollo

WLS 7-ABC

6:30 Adventures in Wonderland

7:00 Cro

7:30 Wild West COW-Boys of Moo Mesa

8:00 Sonic the Hedgehog

8:30 Addams Family

9:00 Tales from the Cryptkeeper

9:30 Bugs Bunny & Tweety

10:30 CityKids

11:00 Land of the Lost

11:30 Weekend Special

noon Jack Hanna's Animal Adventures

12:30 Movie "Blackbeard, the Pirate"

2:30 College Football: game TBA

6:00 News

6:30 Wheel of Fortune

7:00 Movie "Mermaids"

9:00 Commish

10:00 News

10:35 Movie "Perry Mason: Case of the Avenging Ace"

12:34 Halloween Jam II


WGN 9-Ind

6:00 Feed the Children

6:30 World Tomorrow

7:00 US Farm Report

7:30 Minority Business Report

8:00 News

9:00 Pro Football Weekly

9:30 Babe Winkleman's Outdoor Secrets

10:00 Golf Show

10:30 Infomercial

11:00 Soul Train

noon Wavelength

1:00 Saved by the Bell

1:30 California Dreams

2:00 Star Search

3:00 Movie "Herbie Goes to Monte Carlo"

5:00 Lifestyles of the Rich & Famous

6:00 Runaway with the Rich & Famous

6:30 Desinging Women

7:00 Movie "Battle at Apache Pass"

9:00 News

10:00 Night Court

10:30 Movie "The French Connection II"

12:30 Pro Football Weekly

1:00 MotorWeek
WTTW 11-PBS

6:00 Wall Street Week

6:30 Market to Market

7:00 Adam Smith's Money World

7:30 Headline News

9:30 Victory Garden

10:00 Cats & Dogs

10:30 Hometime

11:00 This Old House

11:30 Trailside: Make Your Own Adventure

noon Nova

1:00 New Yankee Workshop

1:30 Your Organic Garden

2:00 Hometime

2:30 Graham Kerr's Kitchen

3:00 Eating Well

3:30 Yan Can Cook

4:00 Sneak Previews

4:30 Cooking with Master Chefs

5:00 This Old House

5:30 Frugal Gourmet

6:00 Chicago Week in Review

6:30 McLaughlin Group

7:00 Chicago Holiday Gift Exchange


11:00 Movie "The Naked & the Dead"

1:15 Funny Business

WYCC 20-PBS

6:00 Sesame Street

7:00 Ghostwriter

7:30 Square One Television

8:00 GED (Spanish)

8:30 GED (English)

9:30 Faces of Culture

10:00 Introducing Biology

10:30 French in Action

11:30 Earth Revealed

noon American Adventure

12:30 Destinos

1:00 Against All Odds

1:30 In Our Own Image

2:00 Principles of Accounting

2:30 Deutsch Direkt

3:00 Eating Well

3:30 Literary Visions

4:00 Adventures in Scale Modeling

4:30 Mechanical Universe

5:00 Marketing

5:30 CompuerWorks
6:00 Something Ventured

6:30 Economics U$A

7:00 World of Abnormal Psychology

8:00 Movie "DOA"

9:30 Spotlight

10:00 Voices & Visions

11:00 Worlds of Childhood

11:30 Government by Consent

WCIU 26-Univision (also on 33 Rockford and 69 South Bend)

7:00 Open Your Bible

7:30 Infomercial

8:00 Everest Television

9:00 Chitrahar

10:00 Ernest Angley

11:00 TBA

11:30 E.R. Allen

noon Infomercials

1:00 Chinese Spotlight

3:00 Mid-America Chinese TV

4:00 Beautiful Korea

5:00 Infomercial

5:30 Noticiero Univision

6:00 Sabado Gigante Internacional

9:45 Boxeo Estelar


11:15 Veronica!

12:45 World Vision

WFLD 32-Fox

7:00 Not Just News

7:30 Pick Your Brain

8:00 Dog City

8:30 Bobby's World

9:00 Droopy, Master Detective

9:30 Eek! the Cat

10:00 Taz-Mania

10:30 Mighty Morphin Power Rangers

11:00 TBA

noon ALF (2 eps)

1:00 Mr Belvedere (2 eps)

2:00 Wonder Years (2 eps)

3:00 Family Ties (2 eps)

4:00 Three's Company (2 eps)

5:00 Movie "Mannequin"

7:00 Cops

8:00 Front Page

9:00 News

10:00 Comic Strip Live

11:00 Current Affair Extra

mid. WWF Challenge


1:00 Infomercial

WCFC 38-Religious

6:30 Outdoor Sportsman

7:00 America's Backyard

7:30 Gardening in America

8:00 Swiss Family Robinson

8:30 Pet Playhouse

9:00 Gerbert

9:30 Davey & Goliath

10:00 Superbook

10:30 Flying House

11:00 Solid Rock Videos

noon Bottom Line

12:30 Roy Rogers

1:00 Annie Oakley

1:30 Lighter Side of Sports

2:00 Outdoor Encounters

2:30 Fishing North America

3:00 Outdoor Notebook

3:30 Simply Fishing

4:00 Real Fishing

4:30 Al Lindner's In-Fisherman

5:00 Midwest Outdoors Magazine

6:00 Fishing the West


6:30 Homeland Harmony

7:00 Cornerstone

8:00 Day of Discovery

8:30 Dwight Thompson

9:00 What a Fellowship

10:00 Wayne Anderson

10:30 Gospel Soundstage

11:30 Liberty Hour

12:30 World Changers

WSNS 44-Telemundo

6:30 Viva Ingles

7:00 Lo Mejor de Pedro Infante

7:30 Kolitas

8:00 Telemunequitos

8:30 Brechita 44

9:00 Nubeluz

10:30 Viva Ingles

11:00 WWF Wrestling

noon MTV Internacional

1:00 Cine "La Vida de Chucho el Roto"

3:00 Telemundo del Deporte

4:00 La NFL en Telemundo

4:30 Las Grandes Ligas

6:00 Ritmo Internacional


7:00 Concierto por la Vida (AIDS concert)

9:00 Panel Paisano

10:00 Ritmo Latino

11:00 Geovision

11:30 Linea America

mid. Cine "Mi Tio Jacinto"

WPWR 50-Ind

6:00 Kid Talk

6:30 Scramble

7:00 Dimensions Northwest Indiana

7:30 Infomercials

10:00 American Gladiators

11:00 Cobra

noon Hogan Family (2 eps)

1:00 Diff'rent Strokes (2 eps)

2:00 Happy Days

2:30 Chicago Slices

3:00 Movie "Shakedown on the Sunset Strip"

5:00 Renegade

6:00 Star Trek: The Next Generation

7:00 Highlander: The Series

8:00 Time Trax

9:00 Kung Fu: The Legend Continues

10:00 American Gladiators


11:00 Renegade

mid. Music Scoupe

1:00 Highland: The Series

WGBO 66-Ind

6:00 It's Your Business

6:30 Strength & Fitness Profile

7:00 Read Me a Story

7:30 Infomercials

noon McCloud

2:00 Movie "The Calendar Girl Murders"

4:00 Movie "Mountains of the Moon"

6:30 Mama's Family

7:00 Fall Guy

8:00 Movie "Def by Temptation"

10:00 US99 Videos

10:30 Monster Wars (monster trucks)

11:30 Morton Downey Jr

mid. JBTV

12:30 Infomercial

1:00 Mister Ed

SportsChannel Chicago

6:00 SportsChannel Report

6:30 Sportswriters on TV
7:30 Back Table

8:00 English Soccer: Manchester United-Tottenham

9:30 Hawthorne Racing Weekly

10:00 Pregame Preview

10:30 Sports Advisors

11:00 Football Forecast

11:30(?) TBA

2:30 ATP Tour Magazine

3:00 Chicago Harness Racing

3:30 Horse Racing (from Freehold)

5:30 College Football: teams TBA

9:00 Sportsfire

9:30 Interactive TV

10:00 SportsChannel Report

10:30 College Football: Colorado-Kansas State

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Can you post listings from Friday 10/22/93 or 10/29/93?

Classic Television must always be preserved!

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Quote Originally Posted by Bluenoser

from TeleGuia de Chicago

Listings go 6am-1:30am

WGBO 66-Ind

11:30 Morton Downey Jr

...was MCA still distributing reruns of Mort's WWOR show that late? I don't think his Chicago-
based show (taped at the new facilities at WCIU/26) cranked up until the year after this...

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Quote Originally Posted by Ultimajock

...was MCA still distributing reruns of Mort's WWOR show that late? I don't think his Chicago-
based show (taped at the new facilities at WCIU/26) cranked up until the year after this...

Actually, the series WGBO carried were likely his second series, known simply as "Downey", that
originated from Palm Springs, CA, which took place between his Secaucus (his first) and Chicago
(his third) series. Also, if you noticed the schedule, this series was a half-hour long (the others
were 60 minutes each).

Mort's second series took place on a set that resembled a bar, and lacked the same bite (no pun
intended) that the others had.

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Quote Originally Posted by classictvfan


Can you post listings from Friday 10/22/93 or 10/29/93?

^^What classictvfan said.^^ I'd like to see some weekday listings from that time as well.

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Quote Originally Posted by classictvfan

Can you post listings from Friday 10/22/93 or 10/29/93?

TeleGuia only carried full-day listings for Sat/Sun and evening schedules for weeknights, but I can
certainly post the evening listings for Fri 29th.

WBBM 2-CBS

1:00 It's Showtime at the Apollo

...

WMAQ 5-NBC

1:00 It's Showtime at the Apollo

This has got to be a mistake or did Showtime actually air on two Chicago stations at once? I
understand that it was a show that was sold to most (if not all) of the NBC O&O's.

That's a typo...NBC5 has Apollo. Can't remember at the moment what WBBM showed in the
time slot...
Checked the TeleGuia...Lillehammer aired on CBS2 at 12:40 and 1:10am.

Retro: Washington, DC Friday July 24, 1953

I may have posted this before, but here goes anyway.

From The Washington Post.

WNBW (WRC) Ch. 4 (NBC)

6:55 Today On The Farm

7 AM Today (Dave Garroway)

9:30 Margaret's Kitchen (yes, the Post shows

Garroway on for 2 1/2 hours)

10 AM Ding Dong School

10:30 Glamour Girl

11 AM Hawkins Falls

11:15 The Bennetts (these were two unsuccessful

attempts by NBC to establish a morning soap

block)

11:30 Mrs. U.S.A.

12 N Midday Comics

12:30 Little Playhouse

1 PM People's Playhouse: "Man In A Dinghy"

(sponsored by People's Drug Stores)

2 PM Industry On Parade
2:15 Movie Quick Quiz

2:30 Nancy's Notebook

3 PM Break The Bank

3:30 Welcome Travelers

4 PM On Your Account

4:30 Ladies' Choice

5 PM Atom Squad

5:15 Gabby Hayes

5:30 Howdy Doody

6 PM Footlight Theater: "The Three

Mesquiteers" (John Wayne was one)

6:45 News; Sports

7 PM King's Crossroads

7:30 Eddie Fisher

7:45 Camel News Caravan

8 PM The Goldbergs

8:30 First Person

9 PM Doorway To Danger

9:30 Campbell TV Soundstage

10 PM Gillette Summer Cavalcade Of Sports

10:30 Greatest Fights

10:45 It Happened In Sports

11 PM News; Sports

11:15 Cinema Playhouse: "Cheated In Death"

12 M News; Morgan Beatty


WTTG Ch. 5 (DuMont)

10 AM Cartoon Theater

10:30 Early Bird Theater: "Blind Man's

Bluff"

12 N News

12:15 Noontime Cartoons

12:45 Heartthrob Theater: "Lion Man"

2 PM Bazaar With Hazel Markel

2:30 Jamboree With Art Lamb

3 PM Paul Dixon Show

4 PM News; Art Lamb

4:15 TV Disc Jockey

4:30 Money Calling

4:45 Art Lamb; News

5 PM Money Calling

5:45 TV Disc Jockey

6 PM Western Tales

6:30 Movietone News

6:45 Moppet Movies

7 PM Captain Video

7:30 Hy Gardner

7:45 Call The Play

8 PM Dugout Chatter
8:15 Baseball: Washington Senators

at Cleveland Indians

10:45 10th Inning (time approximate)

11 PM News

11:15 Sports; Movie: "Blind Man's Bluff"

12:30 Night Owl Theater (no title given)

WMAL (WJLA) Ch. 7 (ABC)

11:45 D.C. Bulletin Board

12 N Just For Fun

1 PM Jerry And Jimma Show

1:30 Sherm's Showcase

2 PM Hollywood Matinee: "Thou Shalt

Not Kill"

3:25 News

3:30 Miss Ruth Anne

4 PM Bandstand Matinee (no relation to

American Bandstand, which would

air at this time a few years hence)

5 PM 5 O'Clock Theater: "Gunning For

Justice"

6:30 Joe's Ranch

6:45 All The News

7 PM Jim Gibbons Show


7:30 Stu Erwin Show

8 PM Myrt And Marge (I never knew this

radio classic was a television show)

8:30 The Name's The Same

9 PM Let's Go Fishing

9:30 Gay Blade

9:45 Theater Time

10 PM Adventure Theater: "Prison Nurse"

11 PM News; Sports

WTOP (WUSA) Ch. 9 (CBS)

6:55 Meditations

7 AM Ray Meachum

9 AM Billy Johnson's Cartoon Club (he

did stretches down my way in the

'60s, on Ch. 11 in Atlanta and Ch.

8 in High Point, NC)

9:55 News

10 AM Wheel Of Fortune (the original)

11 AM Garry Moore

11:30 Strike It Rich

12 N Bride And Groom

12:15 Love Of Life

12:30 Search For Tomorrow


12:45 Guiding Light

1 PM Allan Jeffreys

2 PM Double Or Nothing

2:30 Art Linkletter's House Party

3 PM Big Payoff

3:30 Action In The Afternoon

4 PM Pick Temple's Cowboy Playhouse:

"Hawk Of Powder River"

5:30 Billy Johnson's Cartoon Club

6 PM Starlight Theater

6:30 Weather; Sports

6:45 Walter Cronkite (this is local, go

down two lines to see why)

7 PM Mark Evans Show

7:30 Douglas Edwards

7:45 TV's Top Tunes

8 PM Pantomime Quiz

8:30 Man Against Crime

9 PM Schlitz Playhouse Of Stars

9:30 Holiday Theater

10 PM Mr. & Mrs. North

10:30 Douglas Fairbanks Presents

11 PM Newsreel; Show

11:15 Gay Blade

11:30 Movie: "The Last Crooked Mile"


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What was "The Gay Blade"? ???

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I don't have a clue. It sounds like "The Continental,"

a network show that had aired on CBS about a year

or so before. Actor Renzo Cesana played a Casanova

type who would speak to the camera as if it were a

woman guest in his penthouse suite, offering cigarettes

and drinks to the camera, singing, etc. "The Gay Blade"


may have been a local version of the same basic idea.

Anyone from D.C. know?

Retro: Little Rock Friday, May 19, 1967

By request, from The Arkansas Gazette:

KARK Ch. 4 (NBC)

6:45 RFD-Devotion

7 AM Today

9 AM Snap Judgment

9:25 NBC News

9:30 Concentration

10 AM Pat Boone Show (NBC, he had

a syndicated talk show about

a year or so later)

10:30 Hollywood Squares

11 AM Jeopardy!

11:30 Eye Guess

11:55 NBC News

12 N Little Rock Today

12:30 Let's Make A Deal

1 PM Days Of Our Lives

1:30 The Doctors

2 PM Another World
2:30 You Don't Say!

3 PM Mike Douglas (co-host Agnes

Moorehead)

4:30 Maverick

5:30 Huntley-Brinkley Report

6 PM News; Weather

6:15 World News

6:30 Tarzan

7:30 Man From U.N.C.L.E.

8:30 T.H.E. Cat

9 PM Laredo

10 PM News; Weather

10:15 Lonnie Gibbons Sports

10:30 Tonight Show

KATV Ch. 7 (ABC)

7:30 Jack LaLanne

8 AM Bozo's Big Top

8:30 The Fugitive (delay from noon)

9:30 Dateline: Hollywood

9:55 Children's Doctor

10 AM Supermarket Sweep

10:30 One In A Million

11 AM Everybody's Talking
11:30 Donna Reed

12 N The Noon Show

1 PM Newlywed Game

1:30 Dream Girl Of '67

1:55 ABC News

2 PM General Hospital

2:30 Dark Shadows

3 PM Dating Game

3:30 Bozo's Big Top

5 PM Peter Jennings With The News

5:30 Truth Or Consequences

6 PM News

6:30 Green Hornet

7 PM Time Tunnel

8 PM Rango

8:30 Phyllis Diller Show (was The Pruitts

Of Southampton until January 1967)

9 PM The Avengers

10 PM News

10:30 Movie: "Border River" (Friday's Joey

Bishop Show is delayed until Sunday

at 11 PM)

KTHV Ch. 11 (CBS)


6:30 Sunrise Semester

7 AM Arkansas A.M.

7:05 CBS News--Joseph Benti

7:30 Arkansas A.M.

8 AM Captain Kangaroo

9 AM Candid Camera

9:30 Beverly Hillbillies

10 AM Andy Griffith

10:30 Dick Van dyke

11 AM Love Of Life

11:25 CBS News--Robert Trout

11:30 Search For Tomorrow

11:45 Guiding Light

12 N Eye On Arkansas

12:30 As The World Turns

1 PM Password

1:30 Art Linkletter's House Party

2 PM To Tell The Truth

2:25 CBS News--Douglas Edwards

2:30 Edge Of Night

3 PM Secret Storm

3:30 Deputy Dawg And His Friends

4 PM Movie: "The Strip"

5:30 CBS Evening News--Walter Cronkite

6 PM News
6:30 Wild Wild West

7:30 Hogan's Heroes

8 PM CBS Movie: "Because They're Young"

(Dick Clark stars in this one)

10 PM News

10:15 Sports Eye

10:30 Movie: "Belle Of New York"

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Thanks for the listings for Arkansas.

I noticed that KARK didn't carry Match Game in 1967. Also I noticed that the local stations didn't
air any reruns except for Maverick in the afternoons and the daytime reruns from CBS and ABC. I
wonder why this.

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Quote Originally Posted by Braves2005

I noticed that KARK didn't carry Match Game in 1967. Also I noticed that the local stations didn't
air any reruns except for Maverick in the afternoons and the daytime reruns from CBS and ABC. I
wonder why this.

Was that all that unusual for medium markets at that time? IIRC, none of the network affiliates in
Birmingham carried reruns of network programming during the mid to late '60's. The only
exceptions were WBRC-6, which carried "I Love Lucy" at 5:00 p.m., and WBMG-42, which carried
"The Highway Patrol" at 5:30. Most of the 3:30-5:00 timeslot programming in Birmingham was
kiddie shows like "Cousin Cliff", with Popeye cartoons and Three Stooges shorts (on WAPI-13,
"Sergeant Jack", with Dick Tracy cartoons (WBMG-42), and Bozo on Channel 6. The rest of the
afternoon line-up on 6 and 13 was made up of movies.

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Highway Patrol, with the wonderful Broad Crawford, was a great show which I would love to see
again. But wait---Highway Patrol was never on any of the big three networks, was it? I think it
was first run syndicated. So when WBMG aired the show in the sixties, I guess it was a rerun of a
syndicated show...

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Quote Originally Posted by fortmill

Highway Patrol, with the wonderful Broad Crawford, was a great show which I would love to see
again. But wait---Highway Patrol was never on any of the big three networks, was it? I think it
was first run syndicated. So when WBMG aired the show in the sixties, I guess it was a rerun of a
syndicated show...

...yep. "Highway Patrol" was the jewel in the Ziv syndication crown. Although it *did* make its
way onto CBS for a few seconds, to a certain extent. On one 1955 telecast of "I've Got a Secret,"
Broderick Crawford was a special guest, and his "secret" was that he was watching himself on a
TV set placed on the stage; in New York, WPIX/11 ran "Highway Patrol" twice a week, one of
those runs being in the same 9:30 P.M. Wednesday time slot as IGAS was going out live over
WCBS-TV/2, and the TV set was tuned to Channel 11...

King Daevid MacKenzie

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Locally-produced kids' shows began to die out in

the early '70s, when Action for Children's Television

pressured the FCC to ban local kids'-show hosts from

doing commercials (a baker in Baton Rouge that sponsored

"Buckskin Bill" on WAFB pulled all its advertising off the

station when the ruling forced Bill off the air). That

probably opened the door for reruns; in 1967 WVEC/13

Norfolk had Hampton Roads' greatest kids' show, "Bungles

And His Friends," from 4:30-5:30; five years later the

station was rerunning "Bonanza" at that time. In Atlanta,

"Officer Don" Kennedy's "Popeye Club" on WSB was replaced

by first-run "Truth Or Consequences" and "Perry Mason"

reruns by 1969.

In the late '60s/early '70s, to get back to Birmingham,

WBMG reran "Gilligan's Island" and "Dennis The Menace,"

among other things, in the 3:30-5:30 slot. WAPI (WVTM)/13

didn't get into the rerun game until 1972, airing "Green Acres,"

"Petticoat Junction," and Andy Griffith from 3:30-5 (local news

came on at 5); WBRC/6 began airing late-afternoon reruns in


1973; "Bewitched" and "Emergency One!" were big on the station

in the late '70s.

In Raleigh/Durham WTVD/11 carried Merv Griffin from 4:30-6

in the '70s and early '80s. Although he was number one in

the time slot, advertisers flocked to WRAL/5, which had reruns

of shows like "Happy Days" and "Sanford And Son," more demographically

desirable than Merv. But to show how times have changed, WRAL's

reruns couldn't hold up against Oprah on TVD, which is why "Young

And The Restless" airs in the Triangle at 4 instead of 12:30.

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Quote Originally Posted by bpatrick

Locally-produced kids' shows began to die out in

the early '70s, when Action for Children's Television

pressured the FCC to ban local kids'-show hosts from

doing commercials...

Thanks, bpatrick for a piece of info that I never knew about (I had watched (and even directed) a
few local kid's shoes, but they were gone by the time my kids were able to watch them. (I just
assumed they went out of style (meaning there was more $$$ in reruns (which - thanks to ACT -
there was).)

Wow! Benny Carle and Cousin Cliff just came storming back into my mind... :-) (I gotta have that
peanut butter & jelly in a jar...)

RETRO: CHICAGO FRI NIGHT, OCT 29, 1993

from TeleGuia de Chicago

Programs listed 6pm-12:30am inclusive (TeleGuia's habit was running evening listings from 6pm
til they ran out of room)

WBBM 2-CBS

6:00 News

6:30 Entertainment Tonight

7:00 Diagnosis Murder (premiere)

8:00 Good Advice

8:30 Bob

9:00 Picket Fences

10:00 News

10:35 Late Show with David Letterman

11:35 Arsenio Hall

WMAQ 5-NBC

6:00 News

6:30 Married...with Children

7:00 Against the Grain

8:00 Movie "The Return of Ironside"


10:00 News

10:35 Tonight Show

11:35 Late Night with Conan O'Brien

WLS 7-ABC

6:00 News

6:30 Wheel of Fortune

7:00 Family Matters

7:30 Boy Meets World

8:00 Step by Step

8:30 Hangin' with Mr Cooper

9:00 20/20

10:00 News

10:35 Nightline

11:07 Les Brown

12:07 Movie "A Nightmare on Elm Street"

WGN 9-Ind

6:00 Designing Women

6:30 Jeffersons

7:00 Movie "The Killer Inside Me"

9:00 News

10:00 Night Court

10:30 Uptown Comedy Club

11:30 Movie "King Kong vs Godzilla"


WTTW 11-PBS

6:00 MacNeil-Lehrer NewsHour

7:00 Washington Week in Review

7:30 Wall Street Week

8:00 I'll Fly Away

9:00 Bill Moyers' Journal

10:00 Chicago Holiday Gift Exchange

mid. Talking with David Frost

WYCC 20-PBS

6:00 Rural Communities: Legacy & Change

7:00 Planet Earth

7:30 Greek Language & People

8:00 Americas

9:00 Focus on Britain

9:30 Destinos

10:00 Body Electric

10:30 World of Collector Cars

11:00 Deutsch Direkt

11:30 Hometime

WCIU 26-Univision

6:00 Dos Mujeres, Un Camino

7:00 Valentina
8:00 Pelicula (details not listed)

10:00 Noticias

10:30 Cristina

11:30 Llevatelo

12:30 Videotapes

WFLD 32-Fox

6:00 Cosby Show

6:30 Cops

7:00 Adventures of Brisco County, Jr

8:00 X-Files

9:00 News

10:00 Chevy Chase

11:00 M*A*S*H

11:30 A Current Affair

mid. Rush Limbaugh

12:30 There is a Answer

WCFC 38-Religious

6:30 You Need to Know

7:00 700 Club

8:00 Jerusalem On Line

8:30 Joy of Music

9:00 Live with Carmen

10:00 This is Your Day


10:30 Life Today

11:00 Capital News

11:30 Dave Breese Reports

mid. Focus on Faith

12:30 Capital News

WSNS 44-Telemundo

6:00 El Penon del Amaranto

7:00 Guadelupe

8:00 Pelicula "El Trono del Infierno"

10:00 Noticiero Telemundo-CNN

10:30 MTV Internacional

mid. Pelicula "Del Amor y Otras Soledades"

WPWR 50-Ind

6:00 Star Trek: The Next Generation

7:00 Movie "Hot to Trot"

9:00 Montel Williams

10:00 Family Feud

10:30 Roseanne

11:00 All in the Family (2 eps)

mid. Love Connection

12:30 Music Video 50

WGBO 66-Ind
6:00 In the Heat of the Night

7:00 Movie "Apprentice to Murder"

9:00 Matlock

10:00 Twilight Zone

10:30 Night Heat

11:30 Morton Downey Jr

mid. Benny Hill

12:30 Infomercial

SportsChannel Chicago

6:00 Tennis (from Lyon, France)

8:00 Bulls Three-Time Champions: Highlights of game 3 of '92 finals vs Portland

10:15 Collector's Showcase

11:00 Bulls Three-Time Champions: '92 finals, game 4 highlights

12:30 Basketball: Bulls Three-on-Three Tournament

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ABC had their "TGIF", Montel was running at night (first run shows-now he is on WCIU-Channel
26), "Night Heat" I remember back in the day CBS used to have their "Crimetime After
Primetime" shows to compete against the Tonight Show and Nightline. The "Family Feud" was
hosted (I believe) at that time by the late Ray Combs (or did Richard Dawson come back?). "Dos
Mujeres, Un Camino" back in the day starred Erik Estrada (I kid you not!), "The Uptown Comedy
Club" kicked off Tracy Morgan's career, "A Current Affair" was hosted by Bill O'Reilly at the time,
"The Adventures of Brisco County, Jr." starred Bruce Campbell (The Evil Dead, The Evil Dead 2,
Army of Darkness and cameos on films directed by his best friend, Sam Raimi), this was also the
day before the Chicago Bulls were defending their title (after Jordan retirement one), Les
Brown's show didn't make it for a while that season, so don't quote me, but later that year after
Les' show was canned, WLS repeated Oprah's 9am show after nightline (she is on live at 9am,
then and now to this day that show is repeated at 11:05 pm), of course this was about a year
before WGN became a WB afilliate (now the CW) and WWPR became a UPN afilliate (now MyTV
Network).

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WGN and WPWR became the WB and UPN in January 1995.

Classic Television must always be preserved!

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Did I see "Married...with Children" on WMAQ-TV? What a joke! "Married" was a OK show, but
on a NBC O&O station? I know it was based in Chicago, but maybe WMAQ-TV aired the show
because of that!

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"A Current Affair" was hosted by Bill O'Reilly at the time!

No! Bill O'Reilly hosted "Inside Edition." Maureen O'Boyle, who is now an anchor at WBTV in
Charlotte, hosted "A Current Affair" in 1993.

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Quote Originally Posted by sctvman

Did I see "Married...with Children" on WMAQ-TV? What a joke! "Married" was a OK show, but
on a NBC O&O station? I know it was based in Chicago, but maybe WMAQ-TV aired the show
because of that!
Married....with Children was just started in Syndication...The first run was still on WFLD (Fox 32)
at the time.

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How was channel 5 allowed to show an off net rerun in prime access, was that rule about top 50
markets not showing them in access hour repealed by then?

ABC Friday October 1993

6:00 a.m. World News This Morning

7:00 Good Morning America

9:00 Local Programming

11:00 The Home Show

Noon Local Programming

12:30 p.m. Loving

1:00 All My Children

2:00 One Life to Live

3:00 General Hospital

4:00 Local Programming

6:30 World News Tonight

7:00 Local Programming

8:00 Family Matters

8:30 Boy Meets World

9:00 Step by Step


9:30 Hangin' with Mr. Cooper

10:00 20/20

11:00 Local Programming

11:35 Nightline

12:05 In Concert

Sources: The Encyclopedia of Daytime Television by Wesley Hyatt

The Complete Guide of The Complete Directory to Prime Time Network and Cable TV Shows
1946 Present

by Tim Brooks and Earle Marsh

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10:00 20/20

"Good Evening, I'm Hugh Downs. And THIS....is 20/20!" ;D


Actually, Barbara Walters had already joined him many years earlier so the only things Hugh ever
got to say were "Good Evening, I'm Hugh Downs" and "Well, that's 20/20 for this evening, I'm
Hugh Downs". Once Walters came along, he never even got to say "We're in touch so you be in
touch" anymore...she always said it.

And it's a good good thing Barbara came along when she did. I'm sure Hugh was getting
exhausted just sitting there every Friday night for a few minutes welcoming us and introducing 2
or 3 stories. No wonder he retired. :P :

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Was In Concert a half hour or hour program? What day(s) did it come on?

The show was 30 minutes and only aired on Fridays, and few affiliates aired the show in pattern.
Stations already had syndication deals for programs to air Monday thru Friday after "Nightline."
"In Concert" tended to air in most markets following the ABC affiliate's late-night syndicated line-
up.

With the huge popularity of country music in 1994, ABC introduced "In Concert Country," which
was aired on Saturday nights at 11:30/10:30 CT. Again, most affiliates that carried the show aired
it tape-delayed later that night. I believe the country show was an hour.

"In Concert" was actually a full hour when it first started going to 30 min. after just a couple of
years. But the previous poster is right, many stations delayed to either late Friday or in some
cases, late night on Saturday when there was no network programming (except for the country
version, which aired for an hour during either the summer of '93 or '94).

And, of course, "In Concert" first aired during the first half of the 70s as part of ABC's late night
schedule, albeit on a irregular basis.

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Why do I remember "In Concert" as being 90 minutes?

The only other thing I remember is that the stereo signal was fed to a local FM station so that
people could get a good "concert" feel.

Mike

Retro:Charleston-Huntington, West Virginia-Sunday 1/4/87(Excluding PBS)

Source:The Parkersburg News-A.M. Marietta


WSAZ 3(NBC)

6:30 TV Chapel

7:00 D. James Kennedy

7:30 Robert Schuller

8:30 Oral Roberts

9:00 Kenneth Copeland

10:00 Music And The Spoken Word

10:30 Today's Business

11:30 At Issue

12:00 NFL '86(Hosted By Bob Costas)

3:30 To Be Announced

6:00 News

6:30 NBC News

7:00 Our House

8:00 Valerie

8:30 Easy Street

9:00 NBC Monday Movie-First Blood(1982)

11:00 News

11:30 Eddie Sutton

WCHS 8(CBS)

7:00 A Better Way

7:30 Jerry Falwell

8:30 Day Of Discovery


9:00 Hawaii Five-O

10:00 Viewpoint

10:30 Ernest Angley

11:30 This Week With David Brinkley

12:30 Business World

1:00 Movie-The Chase(1966)

3:30 Light Moments Of Sports(A Humorous Review Of Major Sporting Events Throughout The
World In 1986)

4:30 Mama's Family

5:00 One Big Family

5:30 It's A Living

6:00 News

6:30 ABC News

7:00 Disney Sunday Movie-Double Switch(Premiere)

9:00 ABC Sunday Movie-All Of Me(1984)

11:00 News

11:30 ABC News

11:45 You Write The Songs

12:15 Star Search

WOWK 13(CBS)

6:00 Weekend Magazine

7:00 For Vets Only

7:30 Bible Answers

8:00 Evangelistic Outreach

8:30 Lower Lighthouse


9:00 World Tomorrow

9:30 Henry Mahan

10:00 Jimmy Swaggart

11:00 Larry Jones

11:30 To Be Announced

12:00 In Focus

12:30 To Be Announced

3:30 To Be Announced

6:00 News

6:30 CBS News

7:00 60 Minutes

8:00 Murder, She Wrote

9:00 CBS Sunday Movie-At Mother's Request(Premiere) (Part 1 Of 2)

11:00 News

11:30 CBS News

11:45 Jim And Tammy

12:45 News

WVAH 23(Ind.)

5:00 Medical Center

6:00 Cartooneyville

7:00 Inhumanoids

7:30 Jem

8:00 Voyagers!

9:00 Father Murphy


10:00 Movie-Abbott And Costello Meet Dr. Jekyll And Mr. Hyde(1953)

11:30 Movie-Blondie In Society(1941)

1:00 Movie-Fatso(1980)

2:30 Movie-Silent Movie(1976)

4:00 College Basketball-Duquesne At West Virginia(Live)

6:00 Tribute To Ricky Nelson(No Details Given)

7:00 Star Trek

8:00 Ted Knight

8:30 Dream Girl U.S.A.

9:00 What's Happening Now!!

9:30 Check It Out!

10:00 News Conference

10:30 Larry Jones

11:00 Benny Hill

11:30 Wrestling

More Charleston-Huntington Listings To Come!

Retro:Charleston-Huntington, West Virginia, Saturday 1/10/87(Excluding PBS)

Source:The Parkersburg News-A.M. Marietta

WSAZ 3(NBC)

6:30 Saturday Report


7:00 Joy Of Gardening

7:30 Bugs Bunny And Friends

8:00 Kissyfur

8:30 Disney's Adventures Of The Gummi Bears

9:00 Smurfs

10:30 Alvin And The Chipmunks

11:00 Foofur

11:30 Punky Brewster(Cartoon)

12:00 Lazer Tag Academy

12:30 Rick Huckabay

1:00 PGA Golf-Tournament Of Champions, Final Round, From La Costa Country Club, In Carlsbad,
California(Live)

4:00 College Basketball-Appalachian State At Marshall

6:00 News

6:30 NBC News

7:00 Small Wonder

7:30 Throb

8:00 Facts Of Life

8:30 227

9:00 Golden Girls

9:30 Amen

10:00 Hunter

11:00 News

11:30 Saturday Night Live

1:00 News
WCHS 8(ABC)

7:30 Wild Kingdom

8:00 Wuzzles

8:30 Care Bears Family

9:00 Flintstone Kids

10:00 Real Ghostbusters

10:30 Pound Puppies

11:00 Bugs Bunny And Tweety

11:30 Ewoks

12:00 ABC Weekend Special-The Adventures Of A Two Minute Werewolf(Part 1 Of 2)

12:30 Littles

1:00 American Bandstand

1:30 To Be Announced

2:00 Wrestling

3:00 PBA Bowling-$500,000 Seagram's Cooler U.S. Open From Narrows Plaza Bowl In Tacoma,
Washington(Live)

4:30 Wide World Of Sports

6:00 News

6:30 Concern

7:00 Hee Haw

8:00 Sidekicks

8:30 Sledge Hammer!

9:00 Heart Of The City

10:00 Spenser:For Hire

11:00 News

11:30 Wrestling
12:30 Lifestyles Of The Rich And Famous

WOWK 13(CBS)

6:30 Weekend Magazine

7:30 CBS Storybreak-The Roquefort Gang

8:00 Berenstain Bears

8:30 Wildfire

9:00 Jim Henson's Muppets, Babies And Monsters

10:00 Pee Wee's Playhouse

10:30 Teen Wolf

11:00 Galaxy High

11:30 Kidsmag!

12:00 Hulk Hogan's Rock 'N' Wrestling

1:00 High Q

1:30 Babe Winkelman's Good Fishing

2:00 College Basketball-West Virginia At Massachusetts(Live)

4:00 College Basketball-Regional Coverage Of Louisville At Wyoming Or Georgetown At


Pittsburgh(Live)

6:00 News

6:30 CBS News

7:00 Wheel Of Fortune

7:30 What A Country!

8:00 Outlaws

9:00 CBS Saturday Movie-The Return Of Sherlock Holmes(Premiere)

11:00 News

11:30 Movie(No Title Given)


1:30 Music City U.S.A.

2:00 News

WVAH 23(Ind.)

6:00 Heckle And Jeckle

6:30 Mighty Mouse

7:00 Kideo TV

8:30 Puttin' On The Kids

9:00 D. James Kennedy

10:00 Jimmy Swaggart

11:00 Buck Rogers In The 25th Century

12:00 Wrestling

1:00 Movie-Cloak And Dagger(1984)

3:00 61st Annual East-West Shrine Classic(From Palo Alto, California)

5:00 Wrestling

6:00 Charles In Charge

6:30 New Gidget

7:00 Solid Gold

8:00 College Basketball-Ohio State At Michigan State(Live)

10:00 World Music Video Awards(Via Satellite From Los Angeles, London, Paris, Tokyo And Other
Major Cities)

12:00 Tales From The Darkside

12:30 Ghost Story

1:30 Movie-Savage Sisters(1974)

3:30 Movie-Death Race 2000(1975)


Classic Television must always be preserved!

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Re: Retro:Charleston-Huntington, West Virginia, Saturday 1/10/87(Excluding PBS)

WCHS 8(ABC)

3:00 PBA Bowling-$500,000 Seagram's Cooler U.S. Open From Narrows Plaza Bowl In Tacoma,
Washington(Live)

It must have been pretty cool to see my hometown on national TV, sometimes now ESPN or
somebody else will televise a sporting event from Tacoma, now it's still pretty cool to see your
hometwon on national TV.

Interesting side note, I have been to the alley where this event was held many times and even
though the listing says Tacoma, it's actually in University Place which is a suburb of Tacoma, like
the city I live in Lakewood, Washington, Lakewood became a city in 1996 and before it was a city
it was a subrub of Lakewood.

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Re: Retro:Charleston-Huntington, West Virginia, Saturday 1/10/87(Excluding PBS)

You mean a suburb of Tacoma?

Say...who is WVAH-TV channel 23? Also, was channel 11 on the air at that time?

WVAH-TV was originally on channel 23 when it debuted in 1982. The station moved to channel
11 in 1989 after the FCC dropped the frequency into the Huntington-Charleston market.
However, WVAH is short-spaced on channel 11 and contorts its signal in order to protect stations
in Pittsburgh (WPXI) and Johnson City, TN (WJHL-TV). Channel 23 then went dark; it is now
WSAZ-TV's current digital frequency.

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You mean a suburb of Tacoma?

sorry about that, I meant to say it was a suburb of Tacoma but I didn't check it
Retro:Charleston-Huntington, West Virginia-January 5-9, 1987(Excluding PBS)

WSAZ 3(NBC)

5:30 Today's Business

6:00 NBC News

6:30 News

7:00 Today

9:00 Ask Dr. Ruth

9:30 Wordplay(Mon-Wed, Fri), To Be Announced(Thu)

10:00 Sale Of The Century

10:30 Blockbusters

11:00 Wheel Of Fortune

11:30 Scrabble

12:00 Super Password

12:30 News

1:00 Days Of Our Lives

2:00 Another World

3:00 Santa Barbara

4:00 Cartoons(Mon, Wed-Fri), Main Street(Tue)

5:00 Knight Rider

6:00 News

6:30 NBC News

7:00 P.M. Magazine

7:30 Newlywed Game


Monday Primetime:

8:00 Remington Steele(2 Hour Episode)

10:00 NBC White Paper:To Be A Teacher

Tuesday Primetime:

8:00 Matlock

9:00 Hill Street Blues

10:00 NBC News Hour:The Arms, The Men, The Money

Wednesday Primetime:

8:00 Highway To Heaven

9:00 Gimme A Break

9:30 You Again?

10:00 St. Elsewhere

Thursday Primetime:

8:00 The Cosby Show

8:30 Family Ties

9:00 Cheers

9:30 Night Court

10:00 L.A. Law

Friday Primetime:

8:00 Stingray

9:00 Miami Vice


10:00 Crime Story

11:00 News

11:30 The Best Of Carson(Mon), The Tonight Show(Tues-Fri)

12:30 Late Night With David Letterman(Mon-Thu), Friday Night Videos(Fri)

1:30 Today's Business(Mon-Thu)

2:00 News(Thu), Today's Business(Fri)

2:30 News(Fri)

WCHS 8(ABC)

6:00 Jimmy Swaggart

7:00 Good Morning America

9:00 Oprah Winfrey

10:00 Knots Landing

11:00 Fame, Fortune & Romance

12:00 News

12:30 Loving

1:00 All My Children

2:00 One Life To Live

3:00 General Hospital

4:00 The Fall Guy

5:00 Facts Of Life

5:30 Hollywood Squares

6:00 News

6:30 ABC News


7:00 People's Court

7:30 The Judge

Monday Primetime:

8:00 MacGyver

9:00 ABC Monday Movie-On Fire(Premiere)

Tuesday Primetime:

8:00 Who's The Boss?

8:30 Growing Pains

9:00 Moonlighting

10:00 Jack And Mike

Wednesday Primetime:

8:00 Perfect Strangers

8:30 Head Of The Class

9:00 Dynasty

10:00 Hotel

Thursday Primetime:

8:00 Our World:September-October 1975

9:00 The Colbys

10:00 20/20

Friday Primetime:
8:00 Webster

8:30 Mr. Belvedere

9:00 Gung Ho

9:30 Dads

10:00 Starman

11:00 News

11:30 Nightline

12:00 Tales Of The Unexpected

12:30 More Real People

WOWK 13(CBS)

5:45 Jim And Tammy

6:45 Newsmakers

7:00 CBS Morning News

9:00 Donahue

10:00 $25,000 Pyramid

10:30 Card Sharks

11:00 Price Is Right

12:00 News

12:30 Young And The Restless

1:30 As The World Turns

2:30 Capitol

3:30 Guiding Light

4:00 Magnum, P.I.


5:00 Divorce Court

5:30 Three's Company

6:00 News

6:30 CBS News

7:00 Wheel Of Fortune

7:30 Jeopardy!

Monday Primetime:

8:00 Kate & Allie

8:30 Newhart

9:00 CBS Movie Presentation-Footloose(1984)

Tuesday Primetime:

8:00 The Wizard

9:00 CBS Tuesday Movie-At Mother's Request(Premiere) (Part 2 Of 2)

Wednesday Primetime:

8:00 New Mike Hammer

9:00 Magnum, P.I.

10:00 The Equalizer

Thursday Primetime:

8:00 Shell Game

9:00 Simon & Simon

10:00 Knots Landing


Friday Primetime:

8:00 Scarecrow & Mrs. King

9:00 Dallas

10:00 Falcon Crest

11:00 News

11:30 CBS Late Night

1:35 News(Fri)

2:00 News(Mon-Thu)

CBS Late Night-

Monday:

11:30 Simon & Simon

12:40 Movie-Doctor's Private Lives(1978)

Tuesday:

11:30 T.J. Hooker

12:40 Partners In Crime

Wednesday:

11:30 Adderly

12:40 Movie-Cocaine And Blue Eyes(1983)


Thursday:

11:30 Night Heat

12:40 Movie-Evil Stalks This House(1981)

Friday:

11:30 Keep On Cruisin'(Premiere Episode)

12:30 McGarrett

WVAH 23(Ind.)

6:00 20 Minute Workout

6:30 M.A.S.K.

7:00 He-Man & The Masters Of The Universe

7:30 Transformers

8:00 Dennis The Menace

8:30 My Little Pony And Friends

9:00 New Life For Today

9:30 Jimmy Swaggart

10:00 700 Club

11:00 Jim And Tammy

12:00 Love Connection(Mon-Wed, Fri), Can You Be Thinner?(Thu)

12:30 Can You Be Thinner?(Mon), Crosswits(Tues-Fri)

1:00 Soap

1:30 I Dream Of Jeannie(Mon, Wed-Fri), Can You Be Thinner?(Tue)

2:00 F-Troop

2:30 Bewitched
3:00 Smurfs' Adventures

3:30 Scooby Doo

4:00 Thundercats

4:30 G.I. Joe

5:00 Brady Bunch

5:30 Diff'rent Strokes

6:00 Jeffersons

6:30 Hogan's Heroes

7:00 M*A*S*H

7:30 Too Close For Comfort

8:00 Movie(Mon-Tue, Fri), College Basketball(Wed-Thu)

10:00 Odd Couple

10:30 I.N.N. News

11:00 M*A*S*H

11:30 Taxi

12:00 Rawhide(Mon-Thu), Movie(Fri)

1:00 Wild, Wild West(Mon-Thu)

2:00 Movie

4:00 Movie(Mon-Tue, Thu-Fri)

4:30 Movie(Wed)

Movies-

Monday:

8:00-Sahara(1984)
2:00-Who's Been Sleeping In My Bed?(1963)

4:00-The Pigeon Who Took Rome(1962)

Tuesday

8:00-Cloak And Dagger(1984)

2:00-Framed(1975)

4:00-Midnight Offerings(1981)

Wednesday:

2:00-Looking For Mr. Goodbar(1977)

4:30-Vega$(1978) (90 Minute Pilot For Series)

Thursday:

2:00-A New Leaf(1971)

4:00-Situation Hopeless But Not Serious(1965)

Friday:

8:00-The Sign Of Zorro(1960)

12:00-Rock 'N' Roll High School(1979)

2:00-The Legend Of Lizzie Borden(1975)

4:00-The Gambler(1974)

College Basketball Games:

Wednesday-Alabama At Kentucky

Thursday-Ohio State At Michigan State


Retro: Idaho Falls, Idaho., Tuesday, April 17, 1973

Source: Idaho Falls Post-Register

KID-TV 3 (CBS, ABC)

AM

6:30 CBS News-John Hart

7 Captain Kangaroo

8 CBS News

8:30 Jack La Lanne

9 Gambit

9:30 Love of Life

9:55 CBS Midday News

10 The Young and the Restless

10:30 Search for Tomorrow

11 All My Children (ABC)

11:30 As The World Turns

PM

12 Guiding Light

12:30 Edge of Night

1 The Price Is Right

1:30 Hollywoods Talking

2 Secret Storm

2:30 Mike Douglas

4 Jokers Wild
4:30 $10,000 Pyramid

5 CBS News

5:30 News

6 Truth or Consequences

6:30 Hawaii Five-O

7:30 CBS Tuesday Movie: The Strangers in 7 A

9 Special: Children of Zero

10 News

10:30 Tuesday Second Feature: Supernatural

KIFI 8 (NBC, ABC)

AM

6:55 Spotlite

7 Today (including at 7:25 Idaho Job Report)

9 Sale of the Century

9:30 Hollywood Squares

10 Password (ABC)

10:30 Who, What and Where

10;55 NBC News-Floyd Kalber

11 Baffle

11:30 Lets Make A Deal

PM

12 Today in Idaho; News

12:30 The Doctors

1 General Hospital (ABC)


1:30 Days Of Our Lives

2 Another World

2:30 Dinahs Place

3 Jeopardy

3:30 Three On A Match

4 Love, American Style

4:30 Bewitched

5 ABC News

5:30 Newsbeat

6 The FBI (ABC)

7 NBC Tuesday Movie: Hired Hand

9 Marcus Welby M.D. (ABC)

10 Nightbeat News

10:30 Tonight

12 Spotlite Night Owl News

KBGL 10 (PBS)

AM

9:30 Idaho Farm

10 Sesame Street

11 Electric Company

11:30 French Chef

PM

12 School programming (shows not listed)

4 Sesame Street
5 Mister Rogers Neighborhood

5:30 Electric Company

6 High and Wild

6:30 Know Your Antiques

7 How To Live With Children

8 Biography: Werner Von Braun

8:30 Bill Moyers Journal

9 Behind The Lines

9:30 Black Journal

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Re: Retro: Idaho Falls, Idaho., Tuesday, April 17, 1973

I was born in Pocatello in 1956 but our family moved to California when I was very young. I did
live there again between June and Sept 1972 and spent many summers up there otherwise. How
well I recall primetime shows being taken off the network feed "live" from the east coast which
meant that a show that was on at 8pm ET/PT would be shown at 6pm in Idaho during the dinner
hour. KIFI's news included the hyperactive weathercaster Lloyd Lindsay Young (now of KGO, San
Francisco I believe). His weather segments were very personable and informative. Both the
Idaho State Journal and the Post-Register listed each stations schedule separately, exactly as you
have done (rather than the familiar multi channel format that most of us are familiar with). In
regard to KBGL, the call letters stood for "Bengal" the mascot of their licensee, Idaho State
University. Pocatello's second station, channel 6 (KTLE), I believe first came on about 1973-74 era
and went dark soon after. By 1975 KPVI was on 6 permanently.

Retro: Atlanta/Chattanooga/Macon Saturday, January 2, 1971

From TV Guide, Georgia (Atlanta) edition:

WSB Ch. 2 Atlanta (NBC)

7 AM Astroboy

7:30 Kimba, The White Lion

8 AM Popeye Club

9 AM Tomfoolery

9:30 The Bugaloos

10 AM Dr. Dolittle

10:30 Pink Panther

11 AM H.R. Pufnstuf

11:30 Here Comes The Grump

12 N Tarzan (Ron Ely)

1 PM Wild Kingdom (delay from

Sunday 7 PM)

1:30 John Hartford Show (Hartford

was a banjoist who worked

with the Smothers Brothers

and Glen Campbell. IIRC, this

show was called Something Else.)

2 PM Gator Bowl: Auburn vs. Ole Miss


5 PM Perry Mason (time approximate)

6 PM News

6:30 NBC News

7 PM Death Valley Days

7:30 Andy Williams

8:30 Adam-12

9 PM NBC Movie: "An American In Paris"

11:15 News

11:45 Movie: "Bedtime Story" (no SNL then!)

1:45 Movie: "Wabash Avenue" (time approximate)

WRCB Ch. 3 Chattanooga (NBC)

8 AM Heckle And Jeckle

8:30 Woody Woodpecker

9 AM Tomfoolery

9:30 The Bugaloos

10 AM Dr. Dolittle

10:30 Pink Panther

11 AM H.R. Pufnstuf

11:30 Here Comes The Grump

12 N Hot Dog

12:30 Jambo

1 PM Ronsisvalle Family

1:30 Jim And Jesse (bluegrass)


2 PM Gator Bowl

5 PM Bill Anderson (time approximate)

5:30 Country Carnival

6 PM Wilburn Brothers

6:30 NBC News

7 PM Porter Wagoner

7:30 Andy Williams

8:30 Adam-12

9 PM NBC Movie

11:15 Countdown To Destiny

11:45 Tonight Show (rerun)

WAGA Ch. 5 Atlanta (CBS)

6:55 Box 5 RFD

7:25 Metro Forestry

7:30 4-H Club

8 AM Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Hour

9 AM Mr. Pix (local kids' show with future

WXIA and CNN anchor Dave Michaels)

10 AM Josie And The Pussycats

10:30 Harlem Globetrotters

11 AM Archie Comedy Hour

12 N Scooby Doo, Where Are You?

12:30 The Monkees


1 PM Dastardly And Muttley In Their

Flying Machines

1:30 The Jetsons

2 PM Sabrina And The Groovie Goolies

3 PM Movie: "The White Spider"

5 PM Hawaii Five-O (delay from Wednesday

10 PM)

6 PM News

6:30 CBS News--Roger Mudd

7 PM Xernona Clayton (local black-oriented

public-affairs program)

7:30 Mission: Impossible

8:30 My Three Sons

9 PM Arnie

9:30 Mary Tyler Moore

10 PM Mannix

11 PM News

11:30 NCAA Basketball: Dayton at UCLA

WGTV Ch. 8 Athens/Atlanta (PBS)

7 PM Untamed World

7:30 Fanfare ("Hansel and Gretel" sung

in English)

9:30 Movie: "In Old Vienna"


10:45 Stardate

sign off 11 PM

WTVC Ch. 9 Chattanooga (ABC)

7 AM Science In Action

7:30 Bullwinkle (delay from Sunday 11 AM)

8 AM Cartoon Carnival

9 AM Lancelot Link, Secret Chimp

10 AM Will The Real Jerry Lewis Please

Sit Down

10:30 Here Come The Doubledeckers

11 AM Bob Brandy (local kids' show)

12 N Singing Convention

1 PM Know Your Bible

1:30 The Champions (the '60s British

adventure series)

2:30 That Good Ole Nashville Music

3 PM Wide World Of Sports

4:30 East-West Shrine Game

7:30 Buck Owens (time approximate)

8 PM Country Place

8:30 Lawrence Welk (last season on ABC)

9:30 The Most Deadly Game

10:30 Let's Make A Deal (delay from 7:30)


11 PM ABC News--Sam Donaldson

11:15 Movie: "Abandon Ship"

WQXI (WXIA) Ch. 11 Atlanta (ABC)

7:30 Adventures In Living

8 AM The Rifleman

8:30 Treehouse Club

9 AM Lancelot Link, Secret Chimp

10 AM Will The Real Jerry Lewis Please

Sit Down

10:30 Here Come The Doubledeckers

11 AM Hot Wheels

11:30 Skyhawks

12 N Motor Mouse

12:30 Hardy Boys (animated)

1 PM American Bandstand

2 PM Sugarfoot

3 PM Wide World Of Sports

4:30 East-West Shrine Game

7:30 My Favorite Martian (time approximate--

Ch. 11 usually carried a movie 6:30-8:30)

8 PM NBA Basketball: Atlanta Hawks at

New York Knicks (Skip Caray does play-

by-play)
10 PM Story Of An Addict (time approximate)

10:30 Atlanta Wrestling

11:30 Movie: "Return Of Dr. Mabuse"

1:15 Marshal Dillon

1:45 ABC News

WDEF Ch. 12 Chattanooga (CBS)

7:45 Uncle Hank

8 AM Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Hour

9 AM Sabrina And The Groovie Goolies

10 AM Josie And The Pussycats

10:30 Harlem Globetrotters

11 AM Archie Comedy Hour

12 N Scooby Doo, Where Are You?

12:30 The Monkees

1 PM Dastardly And Muttley In Their

Flying Machines

1:30 The Jetsons

2 PM Gilligan's Island

2:30 Rat Patrol

3 PM Perry Mason

4 PM Roller Derby

5 PM Chattanooga Wrestling

6 PM News
6:30 CBS News

7 PM John Hartford Show

7:30 Mission: Impossible

8:30 My Three Sons

9 PM Arnie

9:30 Mary Tyler Moore

10 PM Mannix

11 PM News

11:30 NCAA Basketball: Dayton at UCLA

WMAZ Ch. 13 Macon (CBS/ABC)

7 AM Better Living

7:30 Georgia TV Monitor (now called

Georgia Farm Monitor)

8 AM Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Hour

9 AM Sabrina And The Groovie Goolies

10 AM Josie And The Pussycats

10:30 Harlem Globetrotters

11 AM Archie's TV Funnies

12 N Scooby Doo, Where Are You?

12:30 The Monkees

1 PM Dastardly And Muttley In Their

Flying Machines

1:30 The Jetsons


2 PM Stagecoach West

3 PM Wide World Of Sports

4:30 East-West Shrine Game

7:30 Mission: Impossible (time approximate)

8:30 Lawrence Welk

9:30 Mary Tyler Moore

10 PM Mannix

11 PM News

11:30 NCAA Basketball: Dayton at UCLA

WDCO Ch. 15 Cochran/

WCLP Ch. 18 Chatsworth (PBS)

These two stations ran Sesame Street 9 AM-noon,

then signed off for the rest of the day.

WTCG (WTBS) Ch. 17 Atlanta (Ind.)

7 AM Cartoon Carnival

8 AM Heckle And Jeckle (pre-empted on Ch. 2)

8:30 Woody Woodpecker (pre-empted on Ch. 2)

9 AM Cartoon Carnival

10 AM Movie: "The Magic Voyage Of Sinbad"

11:30 Bill Anderson

12 N Now Explosion
5 PM Little Rascals

5:30 Mister Ed

6 PM Flipper

6:30 Addams Family

7 PM Get Smart

7:30 Let's Make A Deal (pre-empted on Ch. 11)

8 PM Newlywed Game (pre-empted on Ch. 11)

8:30 Rosey Grier

9 PM Wrestling (I think this came from Philadelphia)

10 PM Bullfights From Mexico (sign off after this)

WETV (WPBA) Ch. 30 Atlanta (PBS)

off air on Saturday

WATL Ch. 36 Atlanta (Ind.)

At the time, this station outrated Ch. 17.

10 AM Movie: "The Dawn Patrol"

12 N Movie: "As The Sea Rages"

1:30 One Step Beyond

2 PM The Invaders

3 PM Movie: "Stop! Look! And Laugh!"

4:30 Small Talk (something like Kids Say


The Darndest Things)

5 PM Roller Derby

6 PM Ian Tyson Show (Tyson was/is a

Canadian folk singer who, with his

wife Sylvia, made many appearances

on ABC's Hootenanny in the '60s.)

6:30 Movie: "The Blancheville Monster"

8:30 Movie: "Creature With The Atom Brain"

10 PM Playboy After Dark

11 PM Combat!

sign off 12 Midnight

WCWB (WMGT) Ch. 41 Macon (NBC)

8 AM Heckle And Jeckle

8:30 Woody Woodpecker

9 AM Tomfoolery

9:30 The Bugaloos

10 AM Dr. Dolittle

10:30 Pink Panther

11 AM H.R. Pufnstuf

11:30 Here Comes The Grump

12 N Hot Dog

12:30 Jambo

1 PM Macon Wrestling
2 PM Gator Bowl

5 PM Medical Center (a CBS program pre-empted

on Ch. 13 Wednesdays at 9 in favor of

Johnny Cash)

6 PM Storefront Lawyers (another CBS program

pre-empted on 13 Wednesdays at 7:30--

I think 13 carried The Courtship Of Eddie's

Father and Make Room For Granddaddy,

but don't know because 13 carried "Cinderella"

on Wednesday, January 6, at 7:30)

7 PM NBC News

7:30 Andy Williams

8:30 Adam-12

9 PM NBC Movie

11:15 Movie: "The Lawless Nineties" (1890s)

WTCI Ch. 45 Chattanooga (PBS)

off air on Saturday

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Quote Originally Posted by bpatrick

WATL Ch. 36 Atlanta (Ind.)

At the time, this station outrated Ch. 17.

Though not for long, as earlier, 17 snatched a popular show from channel 36's hands:

Quote Originally Posted by bpatrick

WTCG (WTBS) Ch. 17 Atlanta (Ind.)

12 N Now Explosion

Channel 36 went dark sometime in 1971; word has it that its ratings tumbled after 17 stolen
"The Now Explosion" from them.

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Re: Retro: Atlanta/Chattanooga/Macon Saturday, January 2, 1971

I don't know that that one program made the


difference between success and failure on 36.

I do know that 36's owner, U.S. Communications,

was in deep financial trouble by 1971 and shut

down all its stations that year. As a result, 17

went from fifth of five to fourth of four, then got

two extra boosts by the end of the year, courtesy

of Channel 11.

The first came when ABC forced 11 to pick up the

network news; Ted Turner scheduled "Star Trek"

at 6 PM and found out what 11 had known for years:

there was an audience not disposed to watch news

at that time.

The second was when Turner took wrestling away

from 11. Supposedly Turner had an "in" because he

had been romantically involved with a woman who

worked for the promotion, but 11 had angered the

promoters by switching the time slot around; traditionally,

wrestling came on at 6 or 6:30 on Saturdays but in the

late '60s 11 had moved it to 10:30 PM. Turner was able

to put it at 6 and the rest is history.

Retro: Atlanta/Chattanooga/Macon UHFs Thursday, November 14, 1974

From TV Guide North Georgia (Atlanta) edition:


WDCO Ch. 15 Cochran/

WCLP Ch. 18 Chatsworth (PBS)

Instructional programs throughout the school day.

4 PM Sesame Street

5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

5:30 Villa Alegre

6 PM Electric Company

6:30 Zoom

7 PM Schools Without Failure

7:45 Living Better

8 PM The Way It Was (the 1961-62 Lakers-

Celtics NBA Championship series)

8:30 Georgia Heritage

9 PM Soul!

10 PM Taking Better Pictures

10:30 What Now, America?

11 PM Aviation Weather

WTCG (WTBS) Ch. 17 Atlanta (Ind.)

5:40 News

6 AM R.F.D. Hollywood
6:30 Romper Room

7 AM Three Stooges/Little Rascals

8:30 Mister Ed

9 AM Flipper

9:30 Andy Griffith

10 AM Movie: "Shake Hands With The

Devil"

12 N The Lucy Show

12:30 Beat The Clock

1 PM Movie: "The Searching Wind"

3 PM Speed Racer

3:30 Flintstones

4 PM Gilligan's Island

4:30 Leave It To Beaver

5 PM I Love Lucy

5:30 Beverly Hillbillies

6 PM Gomer Pyle, USMC

6:30 That Girl

7 PM Hogan's Heroes

7:30 Andy Griffith

8 PM Father Knows Best

8:30 The Lucy Show

9 PM WFL Football: Florida Blazers

at Southern California Sun

12 M Movie: "The Gallant Hours"


(time approximate)

2:15 Movie: "The Searching Wind"

4:15 News

4:35 Movie: "Fury Of The Congo"

WETV (WPBA) Ch. 30 Atlanta (PBS)

Instructional programs throughout the school day.

4 PM Sesame Street

5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

5:30 Villa Alegre

6 PM Electric Company

6:30 Zoom

7 PM Walsh's Animals

7:30 Alistair Cooke's America

8 PM Woman

8:30 Black Atlanta Today

9 PM Soul!

10 PM Southern Voice In Foreign Policy

11 PM Captioned ABC News

WCWB (WMGT) Ch. 41 Macon (NBC)

7 AM Today
9 AM Phil Donahue

10 AM Name That Tune

10:30 Winning Streak

11 AM High Rollers

11:30 Hollywood Squares

12 N Jackpot!

12:30 Celebrity Sweepstakes

12:55 NBC News--Edwin Newman

1 PM Anne Johnson (local talk show)

1:30 Jeopardy!

2 PM Days Of Our Lives

2:30 The Doctors

3 PM Another World

3:30 How To Survive A Marriage

4 PM Somerset

4:30 Bobby Goldsboro

5 PM The Virginian

6:30 NBC News--John Chancellor

7 PM I Dream Of Jeannie

7:30 Marshal Dillon

8 PM Sierra

9 PM Ironside

10 PM Movin' On

11 PM Rifleman

11:30 Tonight Show


WTCI Ch. 45 Chattanooga (PBS)

Instructional programs throughout the school day.

4 PM Sesame Street

5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

5:30 Villa Alegre

6 PM Electric Company

6:30 Zoom

7 PM International Cookbook

7:30 Southern Artisan

8 PM The Way It Was

8:30 Religious America

9 PM Soul!

10 PM Aesthetic Venture

10:30 Education

WHAE (WGCL) Ch. 46 (Ind./CBN)

6:30 New Zoo Revue

7 AM Bozo's Big Top

7:30 Porky Pig

8 AM Dennis The Menace (Jay North)

8:30 Real McCoys


9 AM Movie: "All The Brothers Were

Valiant"

11 AM Lone Ranger

11:30 Mayberry R.F.D.

12 N 700 Club

1:30 It's A New Day

2 PM Bozo's Big Top

2:30 Porky Pig

3 PM Jeff's Collie (the Tommy Rettig Lassies)

3:30 Dr. Kildare

4:30 To Tell The Truth

5 PM Real McCoys

5:30 Room 222

6 PM Movie: "Somebody Up There

Likes Me"

8 PM 700 Club

9:30 It's A New Day

10 PM Teach-In

11 PM Mayberry R.F.D.

11:30 Honeymooners

WRIP (WDSI) Ch. 61 Chattanooga (Ind.)

1 PM Invisible Man

1:30 Peter Gunn


2 PM Decoy

2:30 Daffy Duck

3 PM Gigantor

3:30 Porky Pig

4 PM Little Rascals

4:30 Three Stooges

5 PM TV Bingo

6 PM Peter Gunn

6:30 Big Story

7 PM Robin Hood

7:30 Ginger's Talent Parade

8:30 Big Story

sign off 9 PM

Retro: Atlanta Saturday, June 9, 1973

Red-letter day in sports: Secretariat wins the

Triple Crown, ending a 25-year drought.

Schedules are from the Atlanta Constitution

and run from 7 AM.

WSB Ch. 2 (NBC)

7 AM Talking With A Giant

7:30 Popeye
9 AM The Jetsons

9:30 Pink Panther

10 AM Underdog

10:30 The Barkleys

11 AM Sealab 2020

11:30 Runaround

12 N In2ition (local kids' game show

with 11, 12, and 13-year-olds)

12:30 Sights And Sounds Of Soul

1 PM Tarzan

2 PM Baseball: Reds at Cubs

5 PM High Chaparral (time approximate)

6 PM News

6:30 NBC News

7 PM Hee Haw

8 PM Emergency!

9 PM Movie (I assume NBC's): "What

Did You Do In The War, Daddy?"

11:20 News

11:50 Movie: "Silver City"

1:45 Movie: "Knives Of The Avenger"

WAGA Ch. 5 (CBS)

7 AM Tree Talks
7:30 4-H Club

8 AM Bugs Bunny

8:30 Sabrina, The Teenage Witch

(animated)

9 AM Vision On

9:30 New Scooby Doo Movies

10:30 Josie And The Pussycats

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 World Of Survival

2:30 Soul Train

3:30 Flipside

4 PM Juvenile Jury

4:30 The Belmont And Other Great

Races Of The World

5 PM Belmont Stakes

6 PM News

6:30 CBS News

7 PM There's Got To Be A Better Way

8 PM All In The Family

8:30 Bridget Loves Bernie

9 PM Mary Tyler Moore

9:30 Bob Newhart


10 PM Mission: Impossible

11 PM News

11:30 Movie: "The Swordsman Of Siena"

1 AM Movie: "Rampage"

WGTV Ch. 8 (PBS)

7 PM The Coach Lawson Show

7:30 Faces And Places

8 PM Sessions

8:30 Men In Crisis

9 PM Country Hayride

10 PM Movie: "Topper"

11:30 Just Jazz

sign off 12 Midnight

WQXI (WXIA) Ch. 11 (ABC)

7 AM Weekend Romper Room

7:30 Funky Phantom

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 News

12:30 Lidsville

1 PM The Monkees

1:30 American Bandstand

2 PM Ebony Beat Journal

2:30 Lost In Space

3:30 Movie: "Cattle Empire"

5 PM Wide World Of Sports

6:30 News

7 PM Movie: "Harry Black And

The Tiger"

9 PM The Strauss Family

10 PM Assignment: Vienna

11 PM News

11:40 ABC News

11:55 Movie: "That Man In Istanbul"

1:30 Movie: "Isle Of The Dead"

WTCG (WTBS) Ch. 17 (Ind.)

7 AM Popeye

7:30 Cartoon Carnival

8 AM Spiderman
8:30 Ultraman

9 AM Little Rascals

9:30 Speed Racer

10 AM Flipper

10:30 Yogi Bear And Pals

11 AM Roller Game: Atlantic Cats

vs. Texas Outlaws

1 PM Movie: "Meet Dr. Christian"

2:30 Movie: "Operation Whiteshark"

4:30 Fishing Hole

5 PM This Is Your Life

5:30 (not given)

6 PM Georgia Championship Wrestling

7 PM All South Wrestling

8 PM That Good Ole Nashville Music

8:30 Buck Owens

9 PM Porter Wagoner

9:30 Bill Anderson

10 PM Boxing From The Forum

11 PM Tube Trip

11:30 Open Up With Neal Boortz

1 AM Movie: "The Unknown Guest"

WETV (WPBA) Ch. 30 (PBS)

off air on Saturday


WHAE (WGCL) Ch. 46 (Ind./CBN)

3:30 Time For Timothy

4 PM Fury

4:30 Earth Lab

5:30 (not given)

6 PM Championship Bowling

7 PM Pattern For Living

7:30 The Monroes

8:30 Of Lands And Seas

9:30 The Lesson

10 PM 700 Club

sign off 12 Midnight

Retro: Atlanta Sunday, June 9, 1974

From the Atlanta Constitution. Schedules

run from 7 AM.

WSB Ch. 2 (NBC)

7 AM All Night Gospel Sing

8 AM Gospel Jubilee

9 AM Popeye

10 AM In2ition
10:30 Sound Of Youth

11 AM Church Service

12 N News

12:30 Meet The Press

1 PM Judd For The Defense

2 PM Movie: "Pied Piper Of Hamelin"

4 PM High Chaparral

5 PM Perry Mason

6 PM News

6:30 NBC News

7 PM Elephant Boy

7:30 Wonderful World Of Disney

8:30 Hec Ramsey

10 PM Futureshock (Orson Welles narrates

a documentary about problems encountered

from new technology)

11 PM News

11:30 Movie: "The Smugglers"

1:30 News

WAGA Ch. 5 (CBS)

7 AM Insight

7:30 This Is The Life

8 AM Day Of Discovery
8:30 Oral Roberts

9 AM Church Service

9:30 Your Town

10 AM Bold Generation

10:30 Faith For Today

11 AM Church Service

12 N Face The Nation

12:30 Georgians Speak

1 PM Tribute To Mahalia Jackson

2 PM Movie: "The Fastest Gun Alive"

4 PM Movie: "Merry Andrew"

6 PM 60 Minutes

7 PM News

7:30 Apple's Way

8:30 Mannix

9:30 Will Rogers' U.S.A.

10:30 Police Surgeon

11 PM News

11:30 CBS News

11:45 Movies: "Sidekicks" and

"Crime Club" (two pilots,

apparently)

WGTV Ch. 8 (PBS)


12 N Zoom

12:30 Electric Company

1 PM Sound Of Youth

1:30 Music And The Spoken Word

2 PM German

2:30 The Book Of Job

3 PM Your Marriage And Your Family

3:30 Book Beat

4 PM Operation Plain Talk

4:30 The Course Of Our Times

5 PM National Spelling Bee (and to think,

it now gets prime time coverage

on ABC)

6 PM Cookin' Cajun

6:30 Forum

7 PM Yoga For Health

7:30 Nova

8:30 Who's Afraid Of Opera?

9 PM Young People's Film Festival

10 PM Kup's Show

sign off 11:30 PM

WXIA Ch. 11 (ABC)

7 AM Messengers Quartet
7:30 Rex Humbard

8:30 Chapel Hour

9 AM Hour Of Power

10 AM Kid Power

10:30 The Osmonds

11 AM H.R. Pufnstuf

11:30 Make A Wish

12 N News

12:30 Ask City Hall

1 PM Countdown From Eleven

1:30 Issues And Answers

2 PM Crossroads

3 PM Movie: "Pardners"

5 PM World Invitational Tennis

6 PM News

6:30 Music Place

7 PM Jimmy Dean

7:30 The FBI

8:30 ABC Movie: "The Italian Job"

10:30 News

11 PM The Untouchables

12 M Ebony Beat Journal

12:30 Countdown From Eleven

1 AM ABC News

1:15 News
WTCG (WTBS) Ch. 17 (Ind.)

7 AM Agriculture U.S.A.

7:30 Revival Fires

8 AM Speed Racer

8:30 Lassie

9 AM Three Stooges And Little

Rascals

10 AM Abbott And Costello

10:30 Movie: "Come To The Stable"

12:30 Other People, Other Places

1 PM Movie: "Hero's Island"

3 PM Wagons Ho! (Wagon Train)

4 PM LPGA Desert Inn Golf (Final round)

6 PM Movie: "The Minotaur" (time approximate)

8 PM Plimpton! The Man On The Flying Trapeze

9 PM Movie: "Gunfight At Dodge City"

11 PM Movie: "Invasion Of The Zombies"

WETV (WPBA) Ch. 30 (PBS)

4 PM The Good New Days

4:30 Latin Atlanta

5 PM Pacem In Terris III


6 PM Distinguished Lecture Series

7 PM Zoom

7:30 Nova

8:30 Who's Afraid Of Opera?

9 PM Masterpiece Theatre

10 PM Firing Line

sign off 11 PM

WHAE (WGCL) Ch. 46 (Ind./CBN)

7 AM Pattern For Living

7:30 Camp Meeting Hour

8 AM Old Time Gospel Hour

9 AM International Voice Of Victory

9:30 Church Service

10 AM Church Service

10:30 George And Diane Ivey

11 AM Church Service

12 N CBN Telethon (to 11 PM)

sign off 11 PM

Prime time fall 1957

The fall of 1957 gave us a bumper crop of long-running

classics. Here are the prime time schedules; see how many

new shows became classics. Source: Castleman and Podrazik,


"The TV Schedule Book." New shows are in CAPS.

MONDAY ABC 7:30 American Bandstand

8 PM GUY MITCHELL SHOW

8:30 Bold Journey

9 PM Voice Of Firestone

9:30 Lawrence Welk's Top Tunes

And New Talent

10:30 (Local)

CBS 7:30 Robin Hood

8 PM Burns And Allen Show

8:30 Arthur Godfrey's Talent Scouts

9 PM Danny Thomas Show

9:30 December Bride

10 PM Studio One

NBC 7:30 The Price Is Right

8 PM RESTLESS GUN

8:30 Tales Of Wells Fargo

9 PM Twenty-One

9:30 ALCOA/GOODYEAR THEATER:

TURN OF FATE

10 PM SUSPICION
TUESDAY ABC 7:30 Cheyenne/SUGARFOOT

8:30 Wyatt Earp

9 PM Broken Arrow

9:30 Telephone Time

10 PM West Point (reruns)

10:30 (Local)

CBS 7:30 Name That Tune

8 PM Phil Silvers Show

8:30 EVE ARDEN SHOW (she played

a writer named Liza Hammond)

9 PM To Tell The Truth

9:30 Red Skelton Show

10 PM The $64,000 Question

10:30 ASSIGNMENT: FOREIGN LEGION

NBC 7:30 Nat King Cole Show

8 PM George Gobel Show/Eddie

Fisher Show (they alternated

as host and guest star)

9 PM Meet McGraw

9:30 Bob Cummings Show

10 PM THE CALIFORNIANS

10:30 (Local)
WEDNESDAY

ABC 7:30 Disneyland

8:30 TOMBSTONE TERRITORY

9 PM Ozzie And Harriet

9:30 WALTER WINCHELL FILE

10 PM Wednesday Night Fights

CBS 7:30 I Love Lucy (reruns)

8 PM BIG RECORD

9 PM The Millionaire

9:30 I've Got A Secret

10 PM U.S. Steel Hour/Armstrong

Circle Theater

NBC 7:30 WAGON TRAIN

8:30 Father Knows Best

9 PM Kraft Television Theater

10 PM This Is Your Life

10:30 (Local)

THURSDAY

ABC 7:30 Circus Boy

8 PM ZORRO

8:30 THE REAL McCOYS

9 PM PAT BOONE CHEVY SHOWROOM


9:30 O.S.S.

10 PM Navy Log

10:30 (Local)

CBS 7:30 Sgt. Preston Of The Yukon

8 PM HARBOURMASTER

8:30 Climax! (Shower Of Stars once

a month)

9:30 Playhouse 90 (to 11)

NBC 7:30 Tic Tac Dough

8 PM You Bet Your Life

8:30 Dragnet

9 PM The People's Choice

9:30 The Ford Show Starring

Tennessee Ernie Ford

10 PM THE LUX SHOW WITH

ROSEMARY CLOONEY

10:30 Jane Wyman Show

FRIDAY ABC 7:30 Rin Tin Tin

8 PM Jim Bowie

8:30 PATRICE MUNSEL SHOW

9 PM FRANK SINATRA SHOW

9:30 Date With The Angels


10 PM COLT .45

10:30 (Local)

CBS 7:30 LEAVE IT TO BEAVER

8 PM TRACKDOWN

8:30 Dick Powell's Zane Grey

Theater

9 PM Mr. Adams And Eve

9:30 Schlitz Playhouse Of Stars

10 PM The Lineup

10:30 Person To Person

NBC 7:30 Saber Of London

8 PM COURT OF LAST RESORT

8:30 The Life Of Riley

9 PM M SQUAD

9:30 THE THIN MAN

10 PM Gillette Cavalcade Of Sports

10:45 Red Barber (time approximate)

SATURDAY ABC 7:30 KEEP IT IN THE FAMILY

8 PM Country Music Jubilee

9 PM Lawrence Welk's Dodge Dancing

Party

10 PM Mike Wallace Interviews


10:30 (Local)

CBS 7:30 PERRY MASON

8:30 DICK AND THE DUCHESS

9 PM Oh, Susanna (Gale Storm)

9:30 HAVE GUN, WILL TRAVEL

10 PM Gunsmoke

10:30 (Local)

NBC 7:30 People Are Funny

8 PM Perry Como Show

9 PM CLUB OASIS/POLLY BERGEN

SHOW

9:30 GISELE MacKENZIE SHOW

10 PM WHAT'S IT FOR?

10:30 Your Hit Parade

SUNDAY ABC 7 PM You Asked For It

7:30 MAVERICK

8:30 BOWLING STARS

9 PM Open Hearing

9:30 COLLEGE FOOTBALL GAME

OF THE WEEK

10 PM SCOTLAND YARD

10:30 (Local)
CBS 7 PM Lassie

7:30 Jack Benny/BACHELOR FATHER

8 PM Ed Sullivan Show

9 PM General Electric Theater

9:30 Alfred Hitchcock Presents

10 PM The $64,000 Challenge

10:30 What's My Line?

NBC 7 PM Original Amateur Hour

7:30 SALLY

8 PM Steve Allen Show

9 PM Dinah Shore Chevy Show

10 PM Loretta Young Show

10:30 (Local)

Note, too, that this is the first year that no network had

15 minutes of news and 15 minutes of music in the 7:30-

8 PM slot; NBC was the last holdout. CBS and NBC fed

their newscasts at 6:45 and again at 7:15; ABC had one

feed at 7:15 following Sports Focus with Howard Cosell.

For the record, the shows I'm thinking about as long-running

classics are: Wagon Train (8 years), The Real McCoys (6),

Leave It To Beaver (6), Perry Mason (9), Have Gun Will Travel (6),
Maverick (5), and Bachelor Father (5).

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I am a few years to young to have stayed up until 9:00, even on Friday night, but I remember
seeing "Mr. Adams and Eve" in reruns, maybe 5 or 7 years later. It was a cute sitcom with Howard
Duff and Ida Lupino (married in real life at the time) playing a showbiz movie-star couple. There
was a supporting character - I don't remember if he was supposed to be their agent, or maybe a
film director/producer they worked with. The guy was a quick-tempered pompous blow-hard,
and he was played by Alan Reed, who by then (early 60s) was the voice of Fred Flintstone. (See
other thread in this board on cartoon voices).

Retro:Nashville, TN-Bowling Green, KY Sat 8/15/87

Source:TV Guide, Nashville Edition

(I did not list the PBS stations in Nashville and Cookeville)

Nashville

WKRN 2(ABC)

7:00 Wuzzles

7:30 Care Bears Family


8:00 Flintstone Kids

9:00 Real Ghostbusters

9:30 Pound Puppies

10:00 Bugs Bunny And Tweety

10:30 Ewoks

11:00 Weekend Special:The Day The Kids Took Over(Part 1 Of 2)

11:30 Health Show

12:00 American Bandstand

12:30 America's Top Ten

1:00 Wrestling

2:00 Lifestyles Of The Rich And Famous

3:00 Beverly Hillbillies

3:30 Wide World Of Sports

5:00 News

5:30 ABC News

6:00 Star Search

7:00 Animal Crack-Ups

7:30 Ellen Burstyn

8:00 Movie-Oh Heavenly Dog(1980)

10:00 News

10:30 Rich And Famous:1987 World's Best

12:30 Solid Gold

WSMV 4(NBC)

6:00 Farm Digest


6:30 Sportsman's Friend

7:00 Kissyfur

7:30 Disney's Adventures Of The Gummi Bears

8:00 Smurfs

9:30 Alvin And The Chipmunks

10:00 Foofur

10:30 Punky Brewster(Cartoon)

11:00 Lazer Tag Academy

11:30 Main Street

12:00 TV Home Listings

12:30 TV Swap Shop

1:00 Baseball Pre-Game

1:15 Baseball-New York Mets At Chicago Cubs(Or Tecas Rangers At Boston Red Sox)

4:00 Branded

4:30 Guns Of Will Sonnett

5:00 Wheel Of Fortune

5:30 NBC News

6:00 News

6:30 Teddy Bart's Nashville

7:00 Lifequest(The Impact Of Aging On The Baby Boom Generation Is Studied)

8:00 Golden Girls

8:30 Amen

9:00 Hunter

10:00 News

10:30 Saturday Night Live(Host:Garry Shandling)


12:00 TV Home Listings

12:30 TV Swap Shop

WTVF 5(CBS)

6:00 Mornings On 5

7:00 Berenstain Bears

7:30 Young Universe

8:00 Jim Henson's Muppet Babies

9:00 Pee-Wee's Playhouse

9:30 Teen Wolf

10:00 Dungeons And Dragons

10:30 Land Of The Lost

11:00 Galaxy High

11:30 Storybreak

12:00 Pan Am Games(Live From Indianapolis)

2:00 Golf(International Tournament, Live From Castle Rock, Colorado)

5:00 Hee Haw

6:00 News

6:30 On The Air With Ruth Ann Leach

7:00 Movie-Chase(Made For TV, 1985)

9:00 West 57th

10:00 News

10:30 Gunsmoke

11:30 Mission:Impossible

12:30 News
1:00 Entertainment This Week

2:00 CNN Headline News(3 Hours)

WZTV 17(Ind.)

6:00 Cisco Kid(Two Episodes)

7:00 Voltron

7:30 Woody Woodpecker

8:00 He-Man And The Masters Of The Universe

8:30 Jem

9:00 Bewitched

9:30 Gomer Pyle, U.S.M.C.

10:00 Kung Fu

11:00 Charlie's Angels

12:00 Wrestling

1:00 Movie-Griffin And Phoenix:A Love Story(Made For TV, 1976)

3:00 Movie-Love Among The Ruins(1976)

5:00 Gilligan's Island

5:30 What's Happening Now!!

6:00 Diff'rent Strokes

6:30 Small Wonder

7:00 Women's Wrestling

8:00 Movie-Breakheart Pass(1976)

10:00 Movie-A Boy And His Dog(1976)

12:00 Movie-The Illustrated Man(1969)


WCAY 30(FOX)

5:30 Kids Are People Too

6:00 Photon

6:30 Bionic Six(Two Episodes)

7:30 Wheelie And The Chopper Bunch

8:00 Abbott And Costello

8:30 Laurel And Hardy

10:00 Wrestling(2 Hours)

12:00 Soul Train

1:00 Music Machine

1:30 Dance Fever

2:00 Movie-Private School(1983)

4:00 Too Close For Comfort

4:30 New Gidget

5:00 Happy Days

5:30 Laverne And Shirley

6:00 Gimme A Break

6:30 Facts Of Life

7:00 Werewolf

7:30 New Adventures Of Beans Baxter

8:00 Down And Out In Beverly Hills

8:30 Karen's Song

9:00 Columbo

10:30 Sportstalk America

11:30 Movie-The Uncanny(Canadian-British, 1977)


1:30 Soul Train

Bowling Green

WKBO 13(ABC)

7:00 Wuzzles

7:30 Care Bears Family

8:00 Flintstone Kids

9:00 Real Ghostbusters

9:30 Pound Puppies

10:00 Bugs Bunny And Tweety

10:30 Ewoks

11:00 Weekend Special:The Day The Kids Took Over(Part 1 Of 2)

11:30 Health Show

12:00 American Bandstand

12:30 New Gidget

1:00 Discover

1:30 Star Search

2:30 For The Love Of A Child

3:30 Wide World Of Sports

5:00 Lorne Greene's New Wilderness

5:30 ABC News

6:00 News

6:30 Wheel Of Fortune

7:00 Animal Crack-Ups


7:30 Ellen Burstyn

8:00 Movie-Oh Heavenly Dog(1980)

10:00 News

10:30 9 To 5

11:00 Jeffersons

11:30 Fame

12:30 ABC News

KRN 2(ABC)

1:00 Wrestling

WZTV 17(Ind.)

12:00 Wrestling

7:00 Women's Wrestling

WCAY 30(FOX)

10:00 Wrestling(2 Hours)

The wrestling on WZTV was Memphis (at 12) and GLOW (at 7)...anyone know what promotion
the other shows were from?

The wrestling on Channel 2 was also from Memphis, which was basically a repeat from the 12:00
wrestling on Z-17, as it was called at the time. I do believe the first hour of wrestling on Channel
30 was also from Memphis, with the second hour being one of the WWF shows that was being
aired around the country at the time.

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Anyone find it interesting Channel 17 only showed movies from the year 1976 on this day?

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Except for the midnight movie, which was from 1969.

RETRO: SUSQUEHANNA VALLEY, PA THURS, SEPT 14, 1978

from Lancaster Sunday News


2 WMAR-CBS Baltimore

3 KYW-NBC Philadelphia

4 WRC-NBC Washington

5 WTTG-Ind Washington

6 WPVI-ABC Philadelphia

8 WGAL-NBC Lancaster

10 WCAU-CBS Philadelphia

11 WBAL-NBC Baltimore

12 WHYY-PBS Wilmington/Philadelphia

13 WJZ-ABC Philadelphia

15 WLYH-CBS Lancaster/Lebanon

17 WPHL-Ind Philadelphia

21 WHP-CBS Harrisburg

27 WTPA-ABC Harrisburg

29 WTAF-Ind Philadelphia

33 WITF-PBS Hershey

43 WSBA-CBS York

45 WBFF-Ind Baltimore

48 WKBS-Ind Philadelphia

Morning

5:50

13 Sign-On Semester
6:00

3 Farm Market Report

4 Knowledge

5 Education

6 Operation Alphabet

8 News

10 Summer Semester

6:05

8 Farm, Home & Garden

6:15

3 Mortarboard

6:20

13 News

29 Community Update

6:25

8 News

6:30

2-21 Summer Semester

4-13 Not for Women Only

5 New Zoo Revue


6 Perspective

8 Lewis Family

10 Groupview

11 Learning to Do

29 Archies

6:45

3 Farm, Home & Garden

45 News

6:55

3 News

7:00

2-10-15-43 CBS News

3-4-8-11 Today

5 Tom & Jerry

6-13-27 Good Morning America

21 PTL Club

29 Elmer Fudd & Porky Pig

45 Three Stooges/Cartoons

48 Popeye & Friends

7:30

5 Porky Pig
29 Bugs Bunny

45 Little Rascals/Our Gang Comedies

8:00

2-10-15-43 Captain Kangaroo

5-45 Flintstones

29 Tom & Jerry

48 Fred Flintstone & Friends

8:25

17 News

8:30

5 Deputy Dawg

17 Do-It-Yourself

29 Barney Bear/Droopy Dog

33 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

45 Gilligan's Island

48 Banana Splits

9:00

2 Romper Room

3 Morning

4-8 Mike Douglas

5-45 Partridge Family


6-11-15 Donahue

10 Joel A. Spivak

12-33 Sesame Street

13 Odd Couple

17 Delaware Valley Forum

21 Captain Kangaroo

27 Dinah!

43 700 Club

48 Dusty's Treehouse

9:30

2 My Three Sons

5 Leave It to Beaver

13 $20,000 Pyramid

17 Romper Room

45 I Love Lucy

48 Lucy Show

10:00

2 Truth or Consequences

3-8 Card Sharks

5 Dick Van Dyke

6 AM Philadelphia

10-21 All in the Family

11 Baltimore at Ten
12 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

13 People are Talking

15 Good Morning

17 700 Club

33 Crockett's Victory Garden

45 Dinah!

48 $20,000 Pyramid

10:30

2-10-15-21-43 Price is Right

3-4-8-11 Hollywood Squares

5 Father Knows Best

12 Electric Company

27 Romper Room

33 Food Processing

48 Edge of Night

11:00

3-4-8-11 New High Rollers

5 Family Affair

6-13-27 Happy Days

12 Zoom

29 Newsprobe

48 Delaware Valley '78


11:30

2-10-15-21-43 Love of Life

3-4-8-11 Wheel of Fortune

5 My Three Sons

12 Love Tennis

17 Manna

29 Not for Women Only

33 Antiques

45 High Hopes

48 New Zoo Revue

11:55

2-10-15-21-43 CBS News

Afternoon

noon

2-10-15-21-43 Young & the Restless

3-6-11-13 News

4-8 America Alive!

5 Panorama

12 French Chef

17 Great Adventure

27 $20,000 Pyramid

33 Rebop
45 Big Valley

48 Munsters

12:30

2-10-15-21-43 Search for Tomorrow

3 America Alive!

6-13-27 Ryan's Hope

8 News

11 Bewitched

12 Dick Cavett

29 Elmer Fudd/Porky Pig

33 Dick Cavett

48 McHale's Navy

1:00

2 2's Company

3-4-11 For Richer, For Poorer

6-13-27 All My Children

8 To Tell the Truth

10-15 Match Game '78

12 Over Easy

17 Movie "Charlie Bubbles"

21-29 High Hopes

33 Over Easy

43 Encounter with Lew Doolittle


45 Movie "Spirit of West Point"

48 Lucy Show

1:30

2-10-15-21-43 As the World Turns

3-4-8-11 Days of Our Lives

12 Masterpiece Theater "The Mayor of Casterbridge" (pt 2)

29 Green Acres

33 Economically Speaking

48 Beverly Hillbillies

2:00

5 High Hopes

6-13-27 One Life to Live

29 I Dream of Jeannie

33 National Geographic Special

48 Dennis the Menace

2:30

2-10-15-21-43 Guiding Light

3-4-8-11 Doctors

5 I Love Lucy

12 Forsyte Saga

29 Barney Bear/Droopy Dog

48 Casper
3:00

3-4-8-11 Another World

5 Archies

6-13-27 General Hospital

17 Cartoon Time

29 Daffy Duck

33 Lilias, Yoga & You

45 Munsters

48 Mighty Mouse

3:30

2-10-15-21-43 M*A*S*H

5 Mickey Mouse Club

12 Lilias, Yoga & You

17 Porky Pig & Friends

29 Tom & Jerry

33 Villa Alegre

45 Flintstones

48 Woody Woodpecker Hour

4:00

2 Woody Woodpecker

3 Mike Douglas

4 Card Sharks
5-15-43-45 Fred Flintstone & Friends

6 Merv Griffin

8 For Richer, For Poorer

10 Dinah!

11 Brady Bunch

12-33 Sesame Street

13-27 Edge of Night

29 Bugs Bunny

4:30

2 Bionic Woman

4 To Tell the Truth

5-29 Tom & Jerry

8 Merv Griffin

11 Six Million Dollar Man

13 Mike Douglas

15-43 Bugs Bunny

17 Phillies Baseball Digest

21 Little Rascals

27 Partridge Family

45 Batman

48 Flintstones

4:50

17 Richie Ashburn
5:00

4 Mary Tyler Moore

5 Flintstones

12-33 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

15-43 Family Affair

17 Baseball: White Sox-Phillies (Phils win 11-5)

21 Brady Bunch

27 Green Acres

29 Road Runner

45 Gilligan's Island

48 Brady Bunch Hour

5:30

2-3-4-6-10-27 News

5 Six Million Dollar Man

11 Mary Tyler Moore

12-33 Electric Company

15-43 Andy Griffith

21 Petticoat Junction

29 Gilligan's Island

45 Gomer Pyle

Evening
6:00

3-6-8-10-11-12-13-15-21-43 News

27 ABC News

29 Bewitched

33 Weather.World

45 I Dream of Jeannie

48 Six Million Dollar Man

6:15

33 Farm, Home & Garden

6:29

12 Daily Delaware Lottery

6:30

2-10-15-21-43 CBS News

3-4-8-11 NBC News

5 Andy Griffith

6 ABC News

12-33 Over Easy

27 Liars Club

29 Joker's Wild

45 Get Smart

6:59
6 Pennsylvania Lottery Daily Number

7:00

2-4-10 Newlywed Game

3 Evening Magazine

5 Brady Bunch

6-8 Tic Tac Dough

11 Bowling for Dollars

12-33 MacNeil-Lehrer Report

13 ABC News

15-43 Rookies

17 10th Inning

21 Pennsylvania Lottery Daily Number

27 Mary Tyler Moore

29 That Girl

45 Hogan's Heroes

48 Sanford & Son

7:01

27 Cross-Wits

7:30

2 Gong Show

3-11 Match Game PM

4 Family Feud
5 Dating Game

6-8 Hollywood Squares

10 Stanley Spider Special

12 Dick Cavett

13 Evening Magazine

17 Carol Burnett & Friends

21 Joker's Wild

27 Newlywed Game

29 Room 222

33 360

45 I Love Lucy

48 Dick Van Dyke

8:00

2-10-15-21-43 Waltons

3-4-8-11 Movie "Clone Master"

5 Undersea World of Jacques Cousteau "Hope Bay"

6-13-27 Mork & Mindy (premiere)

12 Once Upon a Classic

17 Rookies

29 Movie "Lady Caroline Lamb"

33 Once Upon a Classic "What Katy Did" (pt 4)

45 Perry Mason

48 Movie "Reunion in France"


8:30

12 Thracian Gold

33 TBA

9:00

2-10-15-21-43 Hawaii Five-O

5 Merv Griffin

6-13-27 Barney Miller (season premiere)

12-33 In Performance at Wolf Trap (guests Cleo Lane and John Dankworth)

17 Movie "The Americanization of Emily"

45 Movie "BS I Love You"

10:00

2-10-15-43 Barnaby Jones

3-4-8-11 WEB

5 News

6-13-27 Soap (season premiere)

12-33 Pallisers (pt 11)

21 Morris Cerullo World Evangelism School of Ministry

48 Best of Groucho

10:30

48 Honeymooners

11:00
2-3-4-6-8-10-11-13-15-21-27-43 News

5 Ali-Spinks Preview

12 Captioned ABC News

29 Rat Patrol

33 Dick Cavett

45 Lucy Show

48 Monty Python's Flying Circus

11:15

17 Get Smart

11:30

2-10-15-21-43 M*A*S*H

3-4-8-11 Tonight Show

5 Love Experts

6-13-27 Starsky & Hutch

12 Edgar Wallace Mystery Theater "The Share Out"

17 Movie "Bengal Brigade"

29 Movie "Glory Brigade"

33 Captioned ABC News

45 Movie "How Green was My Valley"

48 Movie "Doctor Socrates"

Late Night
midnight

5 Perry Mason

12:05

2-10-15-21-43 Movie "Deadly Hero"

12:37

6-13-27 SWAT

1:00

3-4-8-11 Tomorrow

5 Movie "Billy the Kid"

1:10

17 Delaware Valley Forum

1:20

29 Movie "Domino Kid"

1:40

45 News

1:45

6 Delaware: Perspective

13 News
1:55

13 Take Five with Stiller & Meara

2:00

3-8-11 News

4 Take Five with Stiller & Meara

13 Marcus Welby, MD

2:20

2-15-21 News

10 Movie "Susan Slept Here"

4:00

10 News

4:35

10 Joel A. Spivak

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Re: RETRO: SUSQUEHANNA VALLEY, PA THURS, SEPT 14, 1978

Could you please post listings from Saturday 9/16/78?

Classic Television must always be preserved!

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Re: RETRO: SUSQUEHANNA VALLEY, PA THURS, SEPT 14, 1978

Quote Originally Posted by Bluenoser

from Lancaster Sunday News

5:00

17 Baseball: White Sox-Phillies (Phils win 11-5)

This must have been the old Hall of Fame exhibition game they used to play at Cooperstown,
since interleague play was over 20 years away.

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Re: RETRO: SUSQUEHANNA VALLEY, PA THURS, SEPT 14, 1978

It couldn't have been the Hall of Fame Game. Until the last few years, the HOF game was played
the Monday after the HOF induction ceremonies, always towards the end of July or beginning of
August. This game had to be the Cubbies and the Phillies.

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Re: RETRO: SUSQUEHANNA VALLEY, PA THURS, SEPT 14, 1978

Are there listings missing for channel 29 between 9 and 11 am? I doubt they aired Barney Bear
(?) and Droopy Dog for 2 1/2 hours.

And speaking of cartoons: Props to Woody Woodpecker! You know he was the big time when he
gets clearance at 4 PM on the mighty major network-affiliated Channel 2!

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Re: RETRO: SUSQUEHANNA VALLEY, PA THURS, SEPT 14, 1978

Quote Originally Posted by Charles1

It couldn't have been the Hall of Fame Game. Until the last few years, the HOF game was played
the Monday after the HOF induction ceremonies, always towards the end of July or beginning of
August. This game had to be the Cubbies and the Phillies.

It was the Cubs. Right score, right result, wrong ShyTown team, LancNews. The boxscore is at
http://www.baseball-reference.com/bo...97809140.shtml .

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Re: RETRO: SUSQUEHANNA VALLEY, PA THURS, SEPT 14, 1978

Quote Originally Posted by DToTheJ

Are there listings missing for channel 29 between 9 and 11 am? I doubt they aired Barney Bear
(?) and Droopy Dog for 2 1/2 hours.

Whoopsie;D... Channel 29 showed PTL Club 9-11.

Retro: Windsor/Detroit Sat, Mar 18, 1989 (afternoon/evening, ch 56-cable)

from Windsor Star

WTVS 56-PBS Detroit

12:30 Michigan Outdoors

1:30 Endangered Species: Raising Crane

2:00 Nova (a look at Easter Island; 2 hrs)

4:00 Nova (looking at the carpenters, masons, weavers and engineers of the animal world)

5:00 Let's Rock Tonight! Concert

7:00 James Taylor in Concert

9:00 Glenn Miler Band Reunion

11:00 Sentimental Swing: The Music of Tommy Dorsey

1:00 Big Band Cavalcade

WGPR 62-Ind Detroit

noon Sports View

12:30 Movie "Mr Wong, Detective"

2:00 Movie "Mr Wong in Chinatown"

3:00 America's Black Forum

3:30 Detroit Comedy Show

4:00 Contempo

5:00 It's Showtime at the Apollo


6:00 Soul Train

7:00 Strictly Speaking

8:00 Movie "Eyes of Texas"

9:30 Movie "Frontier Pony Express"

10:00 Arab Voice of Detroit

beamed to Windsor via cable:

CFMT (47)-Ethnic Toronto

noon Disappearance of John Aviakiotis

12:30 Shrikant

1:00 South Asian Realities

2:00 Asian Horizons

3:00 Ujala

3:30 Macedonian Show

4:00 Escalera Interior-Exterior

4:30 Ah Que Kiko

5:00 Ein Erfulltes Leben

5:30 Drei Damen von Grill

6:00 Our Hope

6:30 Ukrainian Magazine

7:30 Up Front

8:00 Making of a Gentleman

9:00 Chinese Tangram

9:30 Green Horns


10:30 Business Insight

11:00 Chinese Newsweek

mid. Battle of the Clans

1:00 Angelo Bianco

3:00 Italian Movie "La decima vittima"

CHCH (11)-Ind Hamilton

noon Voice of Pakistan

12:30 Work Right

1:00 Maple Leaf Wrestling

2:00 Wrestling (likely OUAA, CHCH aired college sports on Sat afternoons)

4:00 Bonspiel Curling: Werenich vs Base

5:00 Movie Show

5:30 Discover Your World

6:00 News

6:30 Don Cherry's Grapevine

7:00 WWF Wrestling

8:00 Reporters

9:00 Cops

9:30 Beyond Tomorrow

10:00 Hunter

11:00 News

11:30 Club 102

1:30 Movie "Shout at the Devil"

4:00 Images of Iran


CITY (57)-Ind Toronto

noon Macedonian Mosaic

12:30 Cities (John Huston in Dublin)

1:30 Portraits of Power

2:00 War Years

3:00 Vietnam: The 10,000 Day War

5:00 Star Trek: The Next Generation

6:00 News

6:30 FashionTelevision

7:00 MovieTelevision

7:30 New Music

8:30 CHUM FM 30

9:30 Originals

10:00 CityPulse Tonight

10:30 Movie "Monty Python's The Meaning of Life"

12:40 Movie "Cheech & Chong's Next Movie"

2:40 Movie "National Lampoon's Movie Madness"

TCTV (CFTM 10)-TVA Montreal

(TCTV primarily relayed CFTM, with some CHLT Sherbrooke programs thrown in)

noon Samedi magazine

2:00 Cinema "Rivkin: le chasseur de primes"

4:00 La cuisine de Roberto Medile

4:30 Au royaume des animaux


5:00 Charivari-jeunes

5:30 Flash varicelle

6:00 Ici Montreal

6:30 Bugs Bunny et ses amis

7:00 Lutte WWF

8:00 Cinema "Bonjour les vacances"

10:00 Journal intime

10:53 Lotto 6-49

11:00 Nouvelles TVA

11:20 Nouvelles du sport

11:30 Cinema "A bout de souffle"

Genesis Digital (cable children's service)

noon Amanda Grows Up

12:15 Dark

12:30 Moon Bear

12:45 Mr Greedy

1:00 Never Talk to Strangers

1:15 Mr Bounce

1:30 Beautiful Queen Esther

1:45 Mr Skinny

2:00 Play Ball, Kate

2:15 From Beet to Sugar

2:30 Help Jumbo Escape

2:45 From Cotton to Pants


3:00 Tawny Scrawny Lion

3:15 Mr Muddle Goes to School

3:30 Desmond & the Monsters

3:45 Silly Sally

4:00 Mr Small

4:15 Animals Should Definitely Not Wear Clothes

4:30 Paul's Farewell

4:45 Bobby Bear's New Home

5:00 Amanda Grows Up

5:15 Dark

5:30 Moon Bear

5:45 Mr Greedy

6:00 Never Talk to Strangers

6:15 Mr Bounce

6:30 Beautiful Queen Esther

6:45 Mr Skinny

7:00 Play Ball, Kate

7:15 From Beet to Sugar

7:30 Help Jumbo Escape

7:45 From Cotton to Pants

8:00 Tawny Scrawny Lion

8:15 Mr Muddle Goes to School

8:30 Desmond & the Monsters

8:45 Silly Sally

9:00 Mr Small
9:15 Animals Should Definitely Not Wear Clothes

9:30 Paul's Farewell

9:45 Bobby Bear's New Home

10:00 Amanda Grows Up

10:15 Dark

10:30 Moon Bear

10:45 Mr Greedy

11:00 Never Talk to Strangers

11:15 Mr Bounce

11:30 Beautiful Queen Esther

11:45 Mr Skinny

mid. Play Ball, Kate

12:15 From Beet to Sugar

12:30 Help Jumbo Escape

12:45 From Cotton to Pants

1:00 Tawny Scrawny Lion

1:15 Mr Muddle Goes to School

1:30 Desmond & the Monsters

1:45 Silly Sally

2:00 Mr Small

2:15 Animals Should Definitely Not Wear Clothes

2:30 Paul's Farewell

2:45 Bobby Bear's New Home

3:00 Play Ball, Kate

3:15 From Beet to Sugar


3:30 Help Jumbo Escape

3:45 From Cotton to Pants

4:00 Tawny Scrawny Lion

4:15 Mr Muddle Goes to School

4:30 Desmond & the Monsters

4:45 Silly Sally

Retro: Windsor/Detroit Tues, Mar 21, 1989 (pt 1: 5am-6pm)

from Windsor Star

2 WJBK-CBS Detroit

3 WKYC-NBC Cleveland

4 WDIV-NBC Detroit

5 WEWS-ABC Cleveland

7 WXYZ-ABC Detroit

8 WJW-CBS Cleveland

9 CBET-CBC Windsor

10 CFPL-CBC London

11 WTOL-CBS Toledo

13 WTVG-NBC Toledo

20 WXON-Ind Detroit

24 WNWO-ABC Toledo

29 CIII-Global Oil Springs

30 WGTE-PBS Toledo

32 CICA-TVO Windsor
42 CKCO-CTV Chatham

43 WUAB-Ind Cleveland

50 WKBD-Fox Detroit

54 CBEFT-SRC Windsor

56 WTVS-PBS Detroit

59 CICA-TVO Chatham

62 WGPR-Ind Detroit

CHCH CHCH-Ind Hamilton

CFMT CFMT-Ethnic Toronto

CITY CITY-Ind Toronto

GEN Genesis Digital TV

TCTV TCTV-TVA Montreal

Morning

5:00

2 Fantasy Island

3 Superior Court

4 Guns of Will Sonnett

8 USA Today

29 Faith 20

56 Personal Finance & Money Management

62 Home Shopping Spree

CFMT 100 Huntley Street

GEN Never Talk to Strangers


5:10

CITY Here's Lucy

5:15

GEN Mr Bounce

5:30

2-8 This Morning's Business

3-7 Body by Jake

4 Group One Medical

5 Headline News

13 Ag-Day

20 On Line Lansing

29 Jimmy Swaggart

50 Twin Star Productions

56 Marketing

GEN Beautiful Queen Esther

5:45

GEN Mr Skinny

5:55

3 Fitworks
6:00

2 USA Today

3-4 NBC News at Sunrise

5-7 ABC World News This Morning

8 Newscenter 8 This Morning

10 Willie & Floyd

11 CBS Morning News

13-50 Headline News

20 INN News

24 Jimmy Swaggart

29-CITY Seneca Telecollege

42 Ontario Report

43 Kenneth Copeland

56 Write Course

62 Soulbeat

CHCH Oceans Alive

CFMT Telediario

GEN Play Ball, Kate

6:15

7 News

GEN From Beet to Sugar

6:28

3 Today in Cleveland
6:30

2 CBS Morning News

4 News

7 ABC World News This Morning

10 FIT

11 Toledo 11 This Morning

13 NBC News at Sunrise

20 Popeye

24 Body by Jake

29 Size Small Island

42 Canada AM

43 Dinosaucers

50 Porky Pig

56 Business of Management

62 Sports View

CHCH It Figures

CFMT Telesera

CITY You're Beautiful

GEN Help Jumbo Escape

TCTV Salut, bonjour!

6:45

7 News

30 AM Weather
GEN From Cotton to Pants

7:00

2-8-11 CBS This Morning

3-4-13 Today

5-7-24 Good Morning America

10 News

20 Tom & Jerry

29 Care Bears Family

30 Nightly Business Report

32-59 Understanding the Earth

43 GI Joe

50 Double Dare

56 To Life! Yoga with Priscilla Patrick

62 Heritage Today

CHCH FIT

CFMT Chinese Journal

CITY 20 Minute Workout

GEN Tawny Scrawny Lion

7:15

56 AM Weather

GEN Mr Muddle Goes to School

7:30
20 Jem

29-43 Real Ghostbusters

30 Captain Kangaroo

50 GI Joe

54 Schtroumpfs (Smurfs)

56 American Government Survey

CHCH Fun House

CFMT Asian Horizons

CITY 20 Minute Workout

GEN Desmond & the Monsters

7:45

GEN Silly Sally

8:00

5 Morning Exchange

10 FIT

20-43 Scooby-Doo

29 Jim Henson's Muppet Babies

30 Sesame Street

32-59 Polka Dot Door

50 Flintstones

54 Tape-Tambour

56 Focus on Society

62 James Robison
CHCH Kidstreet

CFMT Diretta Sport

CITY Mushmusic with Ziggy Lorenc

GEN Mr Small

8:15

54 Bobino

GEN Animals Should Definitely Not Wear Clothers

TCTV Mongrain de sel

8:30

10-CHCH 100 Huntley Street

20 Real Ghostbusters

29 Inspector Gadget

32-59 Fables of the Green Forest

43-50 Smurfs' Adventures

54 Bonjour sante

56 Another Page

62 Morning Magazine

GEN Paul's Farewell

8:45

GEN Bobby Bear's New Home

9:00
2-24-CFMT Regis & Kathie Lee

3 AM Cleveland

4 Geraldo

7 Kelly & Company

8 Sally Jessy Raphael

9 Fitness People

11 People's Court

13-CITY Donahue

20 Green Acres

29 Innocent Victims

30-56 Instructional Programming

32-59 Tales of Magic

42 Romper Room

43 Barnaby

50 Little House on the Prairie

54 Les anges du matin

62 Fletcher Brothers

GEN Amanda Grows Up

TCTV Coup de coeur

9:10

32-59 Edward & Friends

9:15

32-59 Report Canada


GEN Dark

9:20

32-59 Readalong

9:30

9 Doctor, Doctor

10 Everyday Workout

11 Family Medical Center

20 Leave It to Beaver

32-59 Write Stuff!

42 People to People

43 Resolution

62 Jimmy Swaggart

CHCH Good Morning Workout

GEN Moon Bear

9:45

32-59 Read All About It

GEN Mr Greedy

10:00

2 People's Court

3-4-13 Sale of the Century

5 Regis & Kathie Lee


7 Donahue

8-11 Family Feud

9 Fred Penner's Place

10 New You

20 Movie "Million Dollar Face"

24-CFMT Sally Jessy Raphael

29 Couch Potatoes

32-59 Write On!

42 Definition

43 Matt Houston

50 Beverly Hillbillies

54 La cuisine des anges

56 Sesame Street

62 Richard Roberts

CHCH Pasquale Kitchen Express

CITY Dini Petty's CityLine

GEN Never Talk to Strangers

TCTV Cinema "Tiens bon la barre, Matelot"

10:05

32-59 Parlez-moi

10:15

32-59 See, Hear! (Canada)

54 Iniminimagimo
GEN Mr Bounce

10:20

32-59 Body Works

10:30

2 Superior Court

3-4-13-42 Classic Concentration

8 Hollywood Squares

9 Mr Dressup

10 You're Getting Better

11-CFMT Card Sharks

29 100 Huntley Street

32-59 MathMakers

50 Morning Break

54 Passe-Partout

CHCH New You

GEN Beautiful Queen Esther

10:45

32-59 Across Cultures

GEN Mr Skinny

11:00

2-8-11 Price is Right


3-4-13-CHCH Wheel of Fortune

5-24 Home

7 Sally Jessy Raphael

9 Sesame Street

10 Kidstreet

32-59 La chaine d'idees

42 Morning Magazine

43 Magnum, PI

50 700 Club

54 Le nouvel age

56 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

62 Straight Talk

CFMT Wipeout

CITY Group One Medical

GEN Play Ball, Kate

11:05

32-59 Croque-science

11:15

GEN From Beet to Sugar

11:25

32-59 La chaine d'idees


11:30

3-4-13 Win, Lose or Draw

10 Size Small

29 Lingo

32-59 Harriet's Magic Hats

42 Secret Lives

54 Bout d'Chou et Casse-Cou

56 3-2-1 Contact

62 Lifeline

CHCH Love Connection

CFMT Glas Instine

CITY CityLights

GEN Help Jumbo Escape

11:45

32-59 Readalong

GEN From Cotton to Pants

11:55

32-59 Report Canada

Afternoon

noon

2-4-5-7-8-11-13-29-42-CHCH News
3 Super Password

9 Midday

10 DuckTales

20 Bewitched

24 Growing Pains

30 Instructional Programming

32-59 Hands Over Time

43 Movie "Angel & the Badman"

50 I Love Lucy

54 Premiere edition

56 Square One Television

62 Heritage Today

CFMT Anche i Ricchi Piangono

CITY Laverne & Shirley

TCTV Ici Montreal

12:10

TCTV Devine qui vient diner?

12:15

54 Les demons du midi

GEN Mr Muddle Goes to School

12:30

2-8-11 Young & the Restless


3-4-13 Scrabble

5-7-24-CITY Loving

10 News

20 Alice

32-59 Bridge with Audrey Grant

42 Super Password

50 Andy Griffith

56 Victory Garden

CHCH Kidstreet

CFMT Signore e Padrone

GEN Desmond & the Monsters

12:45

GEN Silly Sally

1:00

3-4-13-29 Days of Our Lives

5-7-24 All My Children

9 Crossfire

10 Movie "The Greatest American Hero"

20 Movie "Bullet for Pretty Boy"

32-59 Geography Skills

42 Lifetime

50 CHiPs

56 Board of Education
62 Movie "To Love Again"

CHCH Family Medical Center

CITY Movie "The Gambler III: The Legend Continues" (conclusion)

GEN Mr Small

1:10

32-59 Like No Other Place

1:15

54 Au jour le jour

GEN Animals Should Definitely Not Wear Clothes

1:30

2-8-11 Bold & the Beautiful

9 Wild World

32-59 Report Canada

CHCH Split Second

CFMT Incontri

GEN Paul's Farewell

1:35

32-59 Adventures of Timothy Pilgrim

1:45

GEN Bobby Bear's New Home


1:50

32-59 Readalong

2:00

2-8-11-CHCH As the World Turns

3-4-13-42 Another World

5-7-24-CFMT One Life to Live

9 Coronation Street

29 New Liar's Club

32-59 Telefrancais

50 What's Happening!!

56 Sesame Street

GEN Amanda Grows Up

TCTV Aimer (Loving)

2:10

32-59 Computer Room

2:15

32-59 Storybound

54 Cinema "Maitre apres Dieu"

GEN Dark

2:30
9 Talkabout

20 Leave It to Beaver

29 Bumper Stumpers

32-59 Riddle of the Old Owl

43 Tom & Jerry

50 Gilligan's Island

GEN Moon Bear

TCV Magnum PI

2:45

GEN Mr Greedy

3:00

2-8-11 Guiding Light

3-4-13-29 Santa Barbara

5-7-10-24-CHCH General Hospital

9 Parenting

20 Dennis The Menace

30 Instructional Programming

32-59 Eureka

42 Price is Right

43 Flintstones

50 Chipmunks

56 Square One Television

62 Macron 1
CFMT Family Feud

CITY Mushmusic with Ziggy Lorenc

GEN Never Talk to Strangers

3:15

32-59 Eureka

GEN Mr Bounce

3:30

9 Sun Country

20 COPS

32-59 Eureka

43 Bugs Bunny & Friends

50 Beverly Hills Teens

56 New Literacy

62 Ghostbusters

CFMT Newlywed Game

GEN Beautiful Queen Esther

TCTV C'est deja demain

3:45

GEN Mr Skinny

4:00

2 Cheers
3 Divorce Court

4 Cosby Show

5-7-11-CITY Oprah Winfrey

8 Geraldo

9 Mr Wizard's World

10 Flintstones

13 Facts of Life

20 Woody Woodpecker

24 Win, Lose or Draw

29 Bold & the Beautifull

30 Sesame Street

32-59 Cote campus

42 Brady Bunch

43 Fun House

50 DuckTales

54 Felix et Ciboulette

56 Contemporary Health Issues

62 Movie "Yellowneck"

CHCH Current Affair

CFMT Happy Days

GEN Play Ball, Kate

TCTV Les Mini-stars de Nathalie

4:15

GEN From Beet to Sugar


4:25

54 En transit

4:30

2 Night Court

3 People's Court

4 Inside Edition

9 Edison Twins

10 Diff'rent Strokes

13 M*A*S*H

20 Jetsons

24 Couch Potatoes

29 Young & the Restless

32-59 Beyond Stress

42 Webster

43 COPS

50 Fun House

54 Minibus

56 GED

CHCH Superior Court

CFMT Gong Show

GEN Help Jumbo Escape

TCTV De bonne humeur


4:45

GEN From Cotton to Pants

4:55

54 En transit

5:00

2-4-7-13 News

3 Inside Edition

5 Eyewitness News Live on 5

8 Donahue

9 Video Hits

10 Hollywood Squares

11 Family Ties

20 Scooby-Doo

24 Geraldo

30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

32-59 Sesame Street

42 Cheers

43 Webster

50 Diff'rent Strokes

54 Les insolences d'une camera

56 America: The Second Century

CHCH People's Court

CFMT Roque Santiero


CITY USA Today

GEN Tawny Scrawny Lion

5:15

GEN Mr Muddle Goes to School

5:30

2-4-9-10-29-CHCH News

3 Current Affair

11 Cosby Show

13 USA Today

20 Punky Brewster

30 Square One Television

42 Night Court

43 Three's Company

50 Webster

54 Grand air

56 Understanding Human Behavior

62 Newscope

CITY Citywide

GEN Desmond & the Monsters

TCTV Fais-moi un dessin (local version of Win, Lose or Daw)

5:45

GEN Silly Sally


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Re: Retro: Windsor/Detroit Tues, Mar 21, 1989 (pt 1: 5am-6pm)

One thing that stuck out here:

I had thought CHCH had its own morning show weekdays from 7-8:30 AM during the 1988-89
season. I had also thought CFPL's morning show went from 7-8:30 instead of 7-8. In any case,
those were cancelled by the summer of 1990.

Any more info on those?

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WTVS never had Sesame Street or Mr. Rogers in the afternoon hours?
Retro: Windsor/Detroit Tues, Mar 21, 1989 (pt 2: 6pm-5am)

from Windsor Star

2 WJBK-CBS Detroit

3 WKYC-NBC Cleveland

4 WDIV-NBC Detroit

5 WEWS-ABC Cleveland

7 WXYZ-ABC Detroit

8 WJW-CBS Cleveland

9 CBET-CBC Windsor

10 CFPL-CBC London

11 WTOL-CBS Toledo

13 WTVG-NBC Toledo

20 WXON-Ind Detroit

24 WNWO-ABC Toledo

29 CIII-Global Oil Springs

30 WGTE-PBS Toledo

32 CICA-TVO Windsor

42 CKCO-CTV Chatham

43 WUAB-Ind Cleveland

50 WKBD-Fox Detroit

54 CBEFT-SRC Windsor

56 WTVS-PBS Detroit

59 CICA-TVO Chatham
62 WGPR-Ind Detroit

CHCH CHCH-Ind Hamilton

CFMT CFMT-Ethnic Toronto

CITY CITY-Ind Toronto

GEN Genesis Digital TV

TCTV TCTV-TVA Montreal

Evening

6:00

2-3-4-5-7-8-11-13-24-29-CITY News

20 Wonderful World of Disney "The Swamp Fox" (pt 2)

30-56 MacNeil-Lehrer NewsHour

32-59 Polka Dot Door

42 Chatham-Sarnia News

43 Family Ties

50 Silver Spoons

54 Ce soir

62 Dance Show

CFMT Telediario

GEN Mr Small

TCTV Ici Montreal

6:15

GEN Animals Should Definitely Not Wear Clothes


6:30

2-11 CBS Evening News

3-4-12 NBC Nightly News

5-24 ABC World News Tonight

29 News

32-59 Today's Special

43 Night Court

50 Facts of Life

54 Genies en herbe (Quebec's version of Reach for the Top)

CFMT Who's the Boss?

GEN Paul's Farewell

TCTV Charivari

6:45

GEN Bobby Bear's New Home

6:50

29 Sportsline

7:00

2 Family Feud

3-10-CFMT Win, Lose or Draw

4-5-11-29 Wheel of Fortune

7 ABC World News Tonight


8 CBS Evening News

9 Babar

13-CHCH Entertainment Tonight

20 It's a Living

24 Current Affair

30 Wonderful World of Disney "The Boy from Dead Man's Bayou" (pt 1)

32-59 Adventures of Black Beauty

42-43 Cosby Show

50 Family Ties

54 Star d'un soir (Celebrities invite a parent or friend to perform)

56 Nightly Business Report

62 TBA

CITY SCTV

GEN Amanda Grows Up

TCTV Chop-Suey

7:15

GEN Dark

7:30

2 Win, Lose or Draw

3-24 Family Feud

4-5-11-CFMT Jeopardy!

7 Entertainment Tonight

8 USA Today
9 Celebrity Talkabout

10 Performance

13 Cheers

20 All in the Family

29 My Two Dads

32-59 On the Trail

42 Last Frontier

43 Cheers

50 Three's Company

56 Arthur C Clarke's World of Strange Powers

CHCH Hollywood Squares

CITY M*A*S*H

GEN Moon Bear

TCTV Epopee rock

7:45

GEN Mr Greedy

8:00

2-8-11-CHCH Tour of Duty

3-4-13 Highway to Heaven

5-7-24-29 Who's the Boss?

9 Fifth Estate

10 Movie "The Cotton Club"

20 Movie "One Cooks, the Other Doesn't"


30-56 Nova

32-59 Miracle Planet

42 Jake & the Fatman

43 Movie "Don't Go to Sleep"

50 NBA: Detroit-Atlanta

54 L'Heritage

62 Jerry Falwell

CFMT Telesera

CITY TBA

GEN Never Talk to Strangers

TCTV Folie meutriere (pt 3)

8:15

GEN Mr Bounce

8:30

5-7-24 Wonder Years

CFMT Incontri

GEN Beautiful Queen Esther

8:45

GEN Mr Skinny

9:00

2-8-11-CITY Movie "Purple Hearts"


3-4-13-29 In the Heat of the Night

5-7-24-42 Roseanne

9 MarketPlace

30-56 Frontline

32-59 Fields of Fire

54 Cette terre si fragile

62 Heritage Today

CHCH War of the Worlds

CFMT Passioni

GEN Play Ball, Kate

TCTV Le match de la vie

9:15

GEN From Beet to Sugar

9:30

5-7-24-42 Anything But Love

9 Man Alive

CFMT Chinese Journal

GEN Help Jumbo Escape

9:45

GEN From Cotton to Pants

10:00
3-4-13-CHCH AFI Life Achievement Award: Gregory Peck

5-7-24 Thirtysomething

9 The National

10 Midnight Caller

20 Rockford Files

29 Beauty & the Beast

30 Ethics in America (pt 6)

32-59 Authors at Harbourfront

42 Nightingales

43 News

54 Le Telejournal

56 Promises to Keep

62 Christ is the Answer

GEN Tawny Scrawny Lion

TCTV Ad lib

10:15

GEN Mr Muddle Goes to School

10:25

9 Journal

54 Le point

--- (missing a page, schedule goes next to 12:05; following info for 10:30-12:05 based on regular
late-night)
10:30

50 Honeymooners

62 Liberty Temple

11:00

2-3-4-5-7-8-9-10-11-13-24-29-CHCH News

20 Divorce Court

30 Are You Being Served?

32-59 Realities

42 CTV National News

43 Sanford & Son (pt 2 of 3-parter)

50 Jeffersons (pt 2 of 4-parter)

54 Meteo

56-62 TBA

CFMT Arsenio Hall

TCTV Nouvelles TVA

11:05

54 Nouvelles du sport

11:20

54 TBA

11:25
TCTV Franc-parler

11:30

2 Cheers

3-4-13 Tonight Show

5 Entertainment Tonight

7-24 Nightline

8 Taxi

20 Love Connection

29 Sportsline

30 Nightly Business Report

32-59 Ontario Question Period

42 Chatham-Sarnia News

43 All in the Family

50 Sanford & Son

56 TBA

62 Pat Sajak

CITY Movie

11:35

9 House Calls

11 Magnum, PI

TCTV Ici Montreal

11:45
TCTV Nouvelles du sport

Late Night

midnight

2 Hill Street Blues

5 Nightline

7 This Evening

8 Jeffersons

10 Movie

20 Dating Game

24 Arsenio Hall

29 Family Feud

42 Ontario Report

43 Morton Downey, Jr

50 Fall Guy

CHCH Cagney & Lacey

CFMT Pat Sajak

TCTV Cinema

----------------------------------------

12:05

9 Movie "Playing for Dollars"

42 Magnum, PI

12:15
GEN Dark

12:30

3-13-29 Late Night with David Letterman

4 USA Today

5 Movie "The Naked Spur"

7 St Elsewhere

8 Benson

20 Newlywed Game

32-59 Federal Question Period

56 World of Survival

CITY Movie "That's Entertainment Part II"

GEN Moon Bear

12:35

11 Branded

12:45

GEN Mr Greedy

1:00

2-8 Arsenio Hall

4 Nightbeat Update

20 Best of Love Connection

24 Rear Vision Sunglasses


43 News

50 Movie "The Brink's Job"

56 Nova

62 Night Heat

CHCH Tales from the Darkside

GEN Never Talk to Strangers

1:05

4 Late Night with David Letterman

11 Guns of Will Sonnett

42 Movie

1:15

GEN Mr Bounce

1:30

3-13-29 Later with Bob Costas

7 Entertainment Tonight

20 Gong Show

CHCH Throb

CFMT Sale of the Century

GEN Beautiful Queen Esther

1:35

11 News
1:45

GEN Mr Skinny

2:00

2-7-13 News

3 Gong Show

8 CBS News Nightwatch

10 Canadian Small Business

20 Movie "Green for Danger"

29 On Trial

43 Movie "Kona Coast"

56 Frontline

62 Home Shopping Spree

CHCH It's a Living

CFMT Program Yourself for Success

GEN Play Ball, Kate

2:05

4 Later with Bob Coasts

CITY Movie "Song of the Open Road"

2:15

11 CBS News Nightwatch

GEN From Beet to Sugar


2:30

2 Morton Downey Jr.

3 Love Connection

5 Movie "Monkey Mission"

7 Relatively Speaking

13 USA Today

29 Maude

GEN Help Jumbo Escape

2:35

4 On Trial

2:45

GEN From Cotton to Pants

3:00

3 Newlywed Game

7 Wipeout

29 Night Moves

56 In Search of the Trojan War

CFMT Nite Light

GEN Mr Small

3:05
4 Ironside

3:15

GEN Animals Should Definitely Not Wear Clothes

3:30

2 Naked City

3 Dating Game

7 World Cup Skiing: US National Championships

29 Night Ride

50 Winning at Losing

GEN Paul's Farewell

3:45

GEN Bobby Bear's New Home

4:00

3 Family Medical Center

4 Branded

8 Fantasy Island

20 Movie "Chrome & Hot Leather"

56 MacNeil-Lehrer NewsHour

GEN Amanda Grows Up

4:15
GEN Dark

4:30

2 Divorce Court

3 Judge

4 News

5 Big Valley

7 Home

29 Night Walk

GEN Moon Bear

4:45

GEN Mr Greedy

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11:00

43 Sanford and Son (pt 2 of a 3-parter)


50 The Jeffersons (pt 2 of a 4-parter)

How concidental is it that both stations were airing episodes that were shot in Hawaii. Sanford
and Son (where Fred and Lamont go to Hawaii for a junkman's convention) and The Jeffersons
(where George, Louise, Tom, Helen and Florence all go to Hawaii.)

Retro: New South Wales/Canberra, Australia Wed, Sept 28, 1977

from TV Times-Coastal NSW edition

TV Ratings:

(G) General

(A) Adult

(AO) Adults Only

ABC ABC NSW/ABC Canberra

7 ATN7 Sydney

9 TCN9 Sydney

10 TEN10 Sydney

NBN NBN3 Newcastle

WIN WIN4 Wollongong

CTC CTC7 Canberra

CBN CBN8 Orange/CWN6 Dubbo

MTN MTN9 Griffith

NEN NEN9 Tamworth/ECN8 Taree

NRN NRN11 Coffs Hbr/RTN8 Lismore


Morning

6:00

9 Thunderbirds

7:00

9 Super Flying Fun Show

10 Make a Wish

NBN Breakfast Club

7:30

10 Beatles

8:00

ABC Sesame Street

10 Fat Cat & Friends

8:30

10 Little People

9:00

7 Science School

9 Here's Humphrey

10 Rooms

NBN Romper Room


9:30

ABC Play School

10 Harriet's Back in Town

9:45

NBN Search for Tomorrow

9:55

10 Prof James Hitchcock

10:00

ABC For Schools

7 Romper Room

9 Dinah!

10 Switched-On Living

10:05

NBN A Current Affair

WIN You Say the Word

10:15

10 Swami Sarasvati

10:20
ABC For Schools

10:30

10 Green Acres

NBN $30,000 Treasure Hunt

10:55

NBN Joe the Gadget Man

11:00

7 Eleven AM

9 Another World

10 Maggie Eckhardt Hour

CTC Here's Humphrey

11:10

NBN Mike Walsh

WIN Magicat

11:15

ABC For Schools

11:55

9-CTC News
Afternoon

noon

7 Movie "Wings in the Dark" (G)

9-WIN-CTC-CBN-MTN Mike Walsh

10 Mod Squad

12:05

ABC For Schools

12:35

NBN Movie "A Woman Obsessed" (A)

1:00

ABC News

10 Celebrity Game

NEN-NRN Switched-On Living

1:10

ABC Horizon-5

1:15

NEN-NRN Young & the Restless

1:29
ABC Weather

1:30

ABC For Schools

7 Jeanne's Little Show

9 Days of Our Lives

10 Pot of Gold

WIN News

CTC Notebook

CBN-MTN Blankety Blanks (Aussie version of Match Game)

1:35

WIN Days of Our Lives

1:40

NEN Days of Our Lives

NRN Social Calendar

1:45

NRN Days of Our Lives

1:50

ABC For Schools

2:00
CTC News

CBN-MTN Days of Our Lives

2:01

CTC Days of Our Lives

2:10

ABC For Schools

NBN Community Notice Board

2:15

NBN Days of Our Lives

2:23

WIN Roving Eye

2:25

WIN Young & the Restless

2:30

ABC For Schools

7 Thirty Minutes Worth

9 Young & the Restless

10 $30,000 Treasure Hunt


2:40

NEN-NRN Mike Walsh

2:47

CBN-MTN General Hospital

2:50

WIN General Hospital

2:54

CTC News

2:55

9 News

CTC Young & the Restless

3:00

7 Department S

9 General Hospital

10 Keep Pace with Harriet

3:10

NBN Young & the Restless

3:14
CBN-MTN Young & the Restless

3:20

WIN Maude

CTC Woman's World

3:25

CTC Switched-On Living

3:30

9 Search for Tomorrow

3:38

CBN Cartoon

MTN Birthday Book (YouTube has clips from this show; MTN's news anchors double as
presenters)

3:40

NBN Quick Draw McGraw

CTC Doris Day

3:43

CBN-MTN Gomer Pyle

3:45

WIN Cartoons
3:50

NEN Flintstones

3:59

10 News

4:00

ABC Play School

7 I Dream of Jeannie

9 Daryl & Ossie Cartoon Show

10 Right On

NRN Junior Show

4:05

NBN Tom & Jerry

4:10

CTC Hong Kong Phooey

CBN-MTN It's Academic

NRN Flintstones

4:15

NEN Junior Jury


4:20

WIN Right On

4:30

ABC Sesame Street

7 Gidget

10 New Adventures of Gilligan

NBN New Mickey Mouse Club

4:38

CBN-MTN Cartoons

4:40

CTC Brady Bunch

NEN Marvel Superheroes

NRN Quick Draw McGraw

4:45

WIN Brady Bunch

CBN-MTN Beverly Hillbillies

NEN Bugs Bunny

4:50

NEN Marvel Superheroes


4:55

NEN Top Cat

5:00

7 Partridge Family

9 New Mickey Mouse Club

10 Hogan's Heroes

NBN Buttons & Pauline

5:05

NBN Happy Days

CTC Community Billboard

NRN Far Out Space Nuts

5:10

WIN Celebrity Game

CTC Green Acres

CBN-MTN Fat Albert/Cosby Kids

5:20

NEN Marvel Superheroes

5:25

NEN New Mickey Mouse Club


5:30

ABC Flashez

7 Jetsons

9 McHale's Navy

10 Brady Bunch

NBN Bewitched

NRN New Mickey Mouse Club

5:35

CBN-MTN Hogan's Heroes

5:40

WIN BHP Report

CTC Hogan's Heroes

5:42

WIN Happy Days

5:50

NEN Variety Roundabout

5:55

NEN-NRN Celebrity Game

Evening
6:00

ABC Country Road

7 Bewitched

9 Young Doctors

10-NBN News

6:10

WIN News

6:15

CTC News

6:20

NEN News

NRN Newshow

6:30

ABC Bellbird

7-9-CTC-CBN-MTN-NEN News

6:55

ABC Regional News

7:00
ABC News

7-WIN-CTC Willesee at Seven

9-NBN-CBN-MTN-NEN-NRN A Current Affair

10 Blankety Blanks

7:25

ABC Weather

7:29

WIN Weather

7:30

ABC This Day Tonight

7 Movie "Lawrence of Arabia" (A)

9 Columbo (A)

10 Movie "The Alamo" (G)

NBN Six Million Dollar Man (G)

WIN Emergency! (A)

CTC Little House on the Prairie (G)

CBN-MTN One Day at a Time (A)

NEN Doctors Hospital (A)

NRN Sullivans

8:00

ABC Inventors
CBN-MTN Mary Tyler Moore (G)

8:25

NEN Rural Billboard/Weather

8:27

WIN Roving Eye

8:30

ABC Bell Telephone Jubilee

NBN Switch (A)

WIN Police Woman (A)

CTC This is Your Life

CBN-MTN News

NEN Fish 'n' Tips

NRN Sweeney (AO)

8:35

NEN Sullivans

8:40

CBN-MTN Police Woman (AO)

9:00

9 Movie "The Girls of Huntington House" (AO)


CTC Movie "Macho Callahan" (AO)

9:25

NRN Poldark (A)

9:30

NBN-CBN-MTN Sullivans

WIN Colditz (G)

NEN Poldark (A)

10:00

ABC News

10:10

ABC Big Match Soccer: English Premier League action-QPR v Manchester City (recorded Sept 17;
sign-off 11:05)

10:20

NRN Maude (A; sign-off 10:45)

10:25

CBN-MTN Weather

10:30

9 Play It Again, Bogie (A)

NBN Thriller
WIN Movie "Massacre Harbour" (A)

CBN-MTN Streets of San Francisco (A)

NEN Maude (A)

10:40

10 Movie "Wild Women" (A)

10:55

CTC-NEN News

11:00

CTC Philips Soccer (followed by sign-off)

11:05

NEN Epilogue (followed by sign-off)

11:25

CBN-MTN Epilogue (followed by sign-off)

11:30

7 Night Moves (sign-off 1:30)

11:50

NBN Movie "Unholy Wife" (AO; sign-off 1:20)


11:55

WIN Epilogue (followed by sign-off)

Late Night

midnight

9 Movie "We're No Angels" (A; TCN9 had a Bogie film festival that night)

12:10

10 Prof James Hitchcock (sign-off 12:15)

1:50

9 Movie "The Barefoot Comtessa" (A)

3:55

9 Movie "San Quentin" (A)

5:00

9 Gideon's Way

Retro: Windsor/Detroit Sat, Mar 18, 1989 (afternoon/evening, ch 2-54)

from Windsor Star

The Star's listings went from noon Sat- noon the following Sat.

WJBK 2-CBS Detroit


noon NCAA Basketball: Eastern Regional, second round

2:00 NCAA Basketball: Southeastern Regional, second round

4:00 NCAA Basketball: Midwestern Regional, second round

7:00 Chuck Daly's One on One

7:30 Crimes of the Century

8:00 World Figure Skating Championships

10:00 West 57th

11:00 News

11:30 Twilight Zone

mid. Fugitive

1:00 Untouchables

2:00 Streets of San Francisco

3:00 Naked City

4:00 Fantasy Island

WKYC 3-NBC Cleveland

noon Punky Brewster

12:30 Completely Mental Misadventures of Ed Grimley

1:00 Movie "Playmates"

2:30 Greatest Sports Legends

3:00 World Cup Skiing Finals (from Shigakogen, Japan)

4:00 PGA: Players Championship (from Ponta Verda, CA)

6:00 News

6:30 NBC Nightly News

7:00 Feagler!
7:30 Great Escapes

8:00 227

8:30 Amen

9:00 Golden Girls

9:30 Empty Nest

10:00 Hunter

11:00 News

11:30 Saturday Night Live (host Mary Tyler Moore, musical guests Living Color)

1:00 It's Showtime at the Apollo (guest host Shirley Hemphill)

2:00 Soul Train

3:00 Movie "Homeward Bound"

WDIV 4-NBC Detroit

noon America's Top Ten

12:30 Spectactular World of Guinness Records

1:00 Tigers '89

1:30 Pre-Season Baseball: Detroit-Philadelphia

4:00 PGA: Players Championship

6:00 News

6:30 NBC Nightly News

7:00 Wheel of Fortune

7:30 Fame & Fortune

8:00 Cosby Show

8:30 Amen

9:00 Golden Girls


9:30 Empty Nest

10:00 Hunter

11:00 News

11:30 Saturday Night Live

1:00 Life's Most Embarrasing Moments

1:30 At the Movies

2:00 Latin Connection

3:00 Movie "River of No Return"

WEWS 5-ABC Cleveland

noon Animal Crack-Ups

12:30 Movie "Charlie's Angels"

2:00 In-Fisherman

3:00 PBA National Championship (from Toledo)

4:30 ABC Wide World of Sports (details not listed)

6:00 News

6:30 Academic Challenge

7:00 Wheel of Fortune

7:30 Cash Explosion

8:00 Mission: Impossible

9:00 Man Called Hawk

10:00 Murphy's Law

11:00 News

11:30 Movie "Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid"

1:30 TBA
2:30 Dynasty

3:30 ABC News

3:45 News

WXYZ 7-ABC Detroit

noon Animal Crack-Ups

12:30 Weekend Special "If I'm Lost, How Come I Found You?" (pt 1)

1:00 Born Famous

2:00 Al Lindner's In-Fisherman Angling Adventures

3:00 PBA National Championship

4:30 ABC Wide World of Sports

6:00 News

6:30 ABC World News Tonight

7:00 Entertainment This Week

8:00 Mission: Impossible

9:00 Man Called Hawk

10:00 Murphy's Law

11:00 News

11:30 Freddy's Nightmares: A Nightmare on Elm Street

12:30 NWA Wrestling

1:30 GLOW Wrestling

2:30 Movie "My Sister, My Love"

4:30 Movie "Gentle Sinners"

WJW 8-CBS Cleveland


noon NCAA Basketball: Eastern Regional, second round

2:00 NCAA Basketball: Southeastern Regional, second round

4:00 NCAA Basketball: Midwestern Regional, second round

7:00 PM Weekend

8:00 World Figure Skating Championships

10:00 West 57th

11:00 News

11:30 Movie "The Boys from Brazil"

2:00 Robert Vaughn Discovers

2:30 Movie "Paid to Kill"

4:00 Movie "The Black Glove"

CBET 9-CBC Windsor

noon What's New?

12:30 Wonderstruck

1:00 Sea Hunt

1:30 Driver's Seat

2:00 Par 27

2:30 Fish'n Canada

3:00 CBC Sportsweekend (Ladies' World Speedskating Championships/Men's World


Speedskating Chamiponships/World Sprint Speedskating Championships/World Triathlon Nice)

6:00 CBC News Saturday Report

6:30 House Calls

7:00 World Figure Skating Championships

8:00 NHL: Winnipeg-Toronto

11:00 The National


11:15 News

11:55 Spitting Image

12:25 I, Claudius (2 eps)

2:25 Movie "Hit the Saddle"

CFPL 10-CBC London

noon Best Sellers

12:30 Your Wealth

1:00 Reach for the Top: Eastwood Collegiate (Kitchener)-London South Secondary (London)

1:30 Challenge

2:00 Connecting

2:30 Time of Your Life

3:30 Rockline

4:30 Casting Out

5:00 Talking Taxes

5:30 Performance

6:00 News

6:30 Inquiry

7:00 Grumbleweeds Radio Show

7:30 Backstage

8:00 Movie "Girls of the White Orchid"

10:00 Hunter

11:00 News

11:30 Comedy College

mid. Movie "Goodbye, Mr Chips"


2:35 Sybervision

WTOL 11-CBS Toledo

noon NCAA Basketball: Eastern Regional, second round

2:00 NCAA Basketball: Southeastern Regional, second round

4:00 NCAA Basketball: Midwestern Regional, second round

7:00 News

7:30 Cash Explosion

8:00 World Figure Skating Championships

10:00 West 57th

11:00 News

11:35 Movie "Reckless Moment"

1:35 Synchronal

2:05 Save the Children

2:35 News

WTVG 13-NBC Toledo

noon Punky Brewster

12:30 Completely Mental Misadventures of Ed Grimley

1:00 Young Universe

1:30 High School Quiz Show

2:00 Fair Game

2:30 Babe Winkleman's Good Fishing

3:00 World Cup Skiing Finals

4:00 PGA Players Championship


6:00 News

6:30 NBC Nightly News

7:00 War of the Worlds

8:00 227

8:30 Amen

9:00 Golden Girls

9:30 Empty Nest

10:00 Hunter

11:00 News

11:30 Saturday Night Live

1:00 USA Today

2:00 News

WXON 20-Ind Detroit

noon Movie "SST-Deathflight"

2:00 Movie "Daleks-Invasion Earth 2150 AD" (Doctor Who)

3:30 Movie "Neurosis"

5:00 Six Million Dollar Man

6:00 Greatest American Hero

7:00 Hardcastle & McCormick

8:00 Movie "She'll Be Sweet"

10:00 Monsters

10:30 Tales from the Darkside

11:00 Friday the 13th: The Series

mid. Chao Visual


12:30 Unauthorized Biography: Richard M Nixon

2:30 Movie "Braker"

4:00 Movie "Gamera vs Baragon"

WNWO 24-ABC Toledo

noon Animal Crack-Ups

12:30 WWF Superstars of Wrestling

1:30 Twin Star Productions

2:00 Can You Beat Baldness?

2:30 Anushka: Free from Cellulite

3:00 PBA National Championship

4:30 ABC Wide World of Sports

6:00 Trophy Fishin'

6:30 ABC World News Tonight

7:00 Star Search

8:00 Mission: Impossible

9:00 Man Called Hawk

10:00 Murphy's Law

11:00 DC Follies

11:30 WWA Bruiser Bedlam

1:00 Movie "Traveling Executioner"

CIII 29-Global Oil Springs

noon Wild World

12:30 Hobby Garden


1:00 Mr Wizard's World

1:30 Kangazoo Club

2:00 Commander Crumbcake

2:30 Blue Rainbow (from CHSJ-TV/MITV Saint John, NB)

3:00 Ewoks

3:30 Astroboy

4:00 Droids

4:30 Inspector Gadget

5:00 Slimer! & the Real Ghostbusters

5:30 Scores Golf World

6:00 News

6:30 Focus Ontario

7:00 Wheel of Fortune

7:30 T&T

8:00 227

8:30 Big Sky Country

9:00 Spearfield's Daughter (pt 2)

11:00 Lottario

11:05 News

11:30 Saturday Night Live

1:00 Movie "A Yank at Oxford"

3:30 Night Moves

4:00 Night Ride

WGTE 30-PBS Toledo


1:00 Movie "Road to Morocco"

3:00 Movie "Road to Utopia"

5:00 Glenn Miller Band Reunion

7:00 Lawrence Welk

8:00 Movie "Breaking Away"

10:00 Simon & Garfunkel: Concert in Central Park

CICA-TVO: 32 Windsor/59 Chatham

noon Home Gardener (2 eps)

1:00 Automating the Office

1:30 Tourism: Marketing

2:00 Frontrunners

2:30 Changing Careers

3:00 Successful Landlord

3:30 Understanding Human Behavior

4:00 Don't Pass Us By

4:30 3-2-1 Contact

5:00 Sesame Street

6:00 Polka Dot Door

6:30 On the Trail

7:00 Doctor Who

7:30 Science Edition

8:00 Movie "Wing & a Prayer"

9:45 Conversations

10:15 Movie "The Happy Land"


11:30 Conversations

CKCO 42-CTV Chatham

noon Blue Jay Banter

12:30 Challenge Journal

1:00 Stars of Hockey

2:00 Real Fishing Show

2:30 Canada In View

3:00 All-Star Wrestling

4:00 TBA

5:00 CTV Wide World of Sports (Conquering the Arctic/Canada Cup Wrestling/Harlem
Globetrotters)

6:00 Chatham-Sarnia News

6:30 Bowling for Dollars

7:00 Elvis: The Echo Will Never Die

8:00 Mercey Brothers

9:00 Movie: TBA

11:00 CTV National News

11:30 Chatham-Sarnia News

mid. News

12:05 Movie "Never Say Never Again"

WUAB 43-Ind Cleveland

noon World Wide Wrestling

1:00 Three Stooges

2:00 Star Search


3:00 Movie "Gymkata"

5:00 Out of This World

5:30 Laverne & Shirley

6:00 Star Trek

7:00 Star Trek: The Next Generation

8:00 Movie "Branningan"

10:30 Resolution

11:00 Sanford & Son

11:30 All in the Family

mid. Star Trek: The Next Generation

1:00 War of the Worlds

2:00 Best of Gleason

WKBD 50-Fox Detroit

noon War of the Worlds

1:00 Movie "Godzilla vs Mothra"

3:00 Movie "Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the 8th Dimension"

5:00 Learning the Ropes

5:30 Happy Days

6:00 Star Trek: The Next Generation

7:00 War of the Worlds

8:00 Reporters

9:00 NBA: Detroit-Milwaukee

11:30 Movie "Lonely Guy"

1:30 Movie "North by Northwest"


CBEFT 54-SRC Windsor

noon La semaine Parlementaire a Ottawa

12:30 La semaine a l'Assemblee Nationale

1:00 Cine-Famille

3:00 L'univers des sports

4:30 Video club

5:00 La course des Ameriques

6:00 Le Telejournal

6:30 Samedi de rire

7:30 NHL: Montreal-Pittsburgh

10:00 Le Telejournal

10:20 Nouvelles du sport

10:35 World Figure Skating Championships

11:40 Cinema "Angelique et le Sultan"

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Quote Originally Posted by Bluenoser

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CBEFT 54-SRC Windsor

noon La semaine Parlementaire a Ottawa

12:30 La semaine a l'Assemblee Nationale

1:00 Cine-Famille

3:00 L'univers des sports

4:30 Video club

5:00 La course des Ameriques

6:00 Le Telejournal

6:30 Samedi de rire

7:30 NHL: Montreal-Pittsburgh

10:00 Le Telejournal

10:20 Nouvelles du sport

10:35 World Figure Skating Championships

11:40 Cinema "Angelique et le Sultan"

Accidentally forgot to put these in...

Le monde du velo 2:50-3pm

Scully rencontre 6:05-6:30pm

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If possible you could please post the weekday listings...thanks!

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Quote Originally Posted by dustintv

If possible you could please post the weekday listings...thanks!

^^Yeah, what dustintv said!^^

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Quote Originally Posted by dustintv

If possible you could please post the weekday listings...thanks!

Coming right up ;D...

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Re: Retro: Windsor/Detroit Sat, Mar 18, 1989 (afternoon/evening, ch 2-54)

CFPL by this time was independent and the CBC affiliation had moved to CBLN. The only CFPL
shows here I've heard of are Best Sellers (a boring perennial CHCH staple), Reach for the Top
(which was produced in London at the time), and Inquiry (which has been a London-produced
public-affairs program for over 30 years and still airs today) - sure goes to show how they were
failing without a network affiliation!

CFPL 10-CBC London

noon Best Sellers

12:30 Your Wealth

1:00 Reach for the Top: Eastwood Collegiate (Kitchener)-London South Secondary (London)

1:30 Challenge

2:00 Connecting
2:30 Time of Your Life

3:30 Rockline

4:30 Casting Out

5:00 Talking Taxes

5:30 Performance

6:00 News

6:30 Inquiry

7:00 Grumbleweeds Radio Show

7:30 Backstage

8:00 Movie "Girls of the White Orchid"

10:00 Hunter

11:00 News

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Quote Originally Posted by M.J.

CFPL by this time was independent and the CBC affiliation had moved to CBLN. The only CFPL
shows here I've heard of are Best Sellers (a boring perennial CHCH staple), Reach for the Top
(which was produced in London at the time), and Inquiry (which has been a London-produced
public-affairs program for over 30 years and still airs today) - sure goes to show how they were
failing without a network affiliation!
That's what I get for relying on the Star's channel guide ...they also had WNWO listed under its
old calls of WDHO.

Retro: Maine Wed. 2/25/98 (Grammy Night) Broadcast Stations

Source: TV Guide: Maine Edition

Broadcast Stations

Portland/Poland Spring

6 WCSH (NBC)

8 WMTW (ABC)

13 WGME (CBS)

35 WPME (UPN)

51 WPXT (Fox)

Augusta

10 WCBB (PBS)

Bangor

2 WLBZ (NBC)

5 WABI (CBS)

7 WVII (ABC)

33 WBGR (WB)

Orono

12 WMEB (PBS)
Biddeford

26 WMEA (PBS)

Presque Isle

[8] WAGM (CBS, NBC, ABC)

Durham, N.H.

11 WENH (PBS)

MORNING

5 AM

2 News

5 Up to the Minute

6 News

13 CBS News

51 Infomercials

5:25

[8] AG Day

5:30

5 CBS News

8 ABC News
13 News

6 AM

5 News

7 Simpsons

8 Gayle King

[8] CBS News

10 12 26 Body Electric

33 Capitol Watch

35 This Morning's Business

51 Mummies Alive

6:15

6 First Radio Parish Church

6:20

6 News

6:30

7 [8] News

8 ABC News

10 12 26 Morning News

11 From the Brothers Grimm

35 Extreme Dinosaurs

51 Quack Pack
7 AM

2 6 Today

5 [8] 13 This Morning

7 8 Good Morning America

10 12 26 Sesame Street

33 Morning View

35 X-Men

51 Bobby's World

7:30

35 Fantastic Four

51 Bobby's World

8 AM

10 12 26 Barney & Friends

33 Tiny Toon Adventures

35 Extreme Ghostbusters

51 Wacky World of Tex Avery

8:30

10 12 26 Puzzle Place

11 Sesame Street

33 Eternally Fit

35 Mr. Men EI
51 101 Dalmations

9 AM

2 6 Days of Ours Lives

5 Martha Stewart Living

7 8 [8] Regis & Kathie Lee

10 12 26 Sesame Street

13 Guiding Light

33 Movie: Jane Eyre

35 Infomercials

51 Infomercials

9:30

5 Gayle King

11 Barney & Friends

10 AM

2 6 Sunset Beach

5 People's Court

7 Geraldo Rivera

8 Martha Stewart Living

[8] Days of Our Lives

10 12 26 Charlie Horse Music Pizza

11 Mister Rogers

13 Montel Williams
10:30

8 Judge Judy

10 12 26 Wimzie's House

11 Storytime

51 Andy Griffith

11 AM

2 6 Another World

5 [8] 13 Price Is Right

7 The View

8 People's Court

10 12 26 Storytime

11 Amigos

33 Kenneth Copeland

35 LAPD: Life on the Beat

51 Jenny Jones

11:30

10 12 26 Mister Rogers

11 Reading Rainbow

33 Life in the Word

35 Stories of the Highway Patrol

AFTERNOON
Noon

2 6 13 News

5 Judge Judy

7 8 Extra!

[8] Martha Stewart Living

10 12 26 Arthur

11 Travels in Europe

33 Rick Renner

35 NightMan

51 Sally Jesse Raphael

12:30

2 6 News

5 [8] 13 Young and the Restless

7 8 Port Charles

10 12 26 Big Comfy Couch

11 Sew Many Quilts

33 Z-Music

1 PM

2 Matlock

6 Murphy Brown

7 8 All My Children

10 12 26 Ballykissangel
11 Wimzie's House

33 George Washington

35 Too Close for Comfort

51 Ricki Lake

1:30

5 [8] 13 Bold and the Beautiful

6 Murphy Brown

11 Puzzle Place

35 Three's Company

2 PM

2 6 Leeza

5 [8] 13 As the World Turns

7 8 One Life to Live

10 12 26 HealthWeek

11 Tots TV

35 Newlywed Game

51 Bananas in Pajamas

2:30

10 12 26 Bonjour!

11 Magic School Bus

35 Dating Game

51 Mr. Men
3:00

2 Mad About You

5 [8] Guiding Light

6 MatlockDrama

7 8 General Hospital

10 12 26 By the Numbers

11 Arthur

13 Maury Povich

33 Bugs 'n' Daffy

35 Beverly Hills, 90210

51 BeetleBorgs Metallix

3:30

2 Roseanne

10 12 26 Magic School Bus

11 Bill Nye the Science Guy

33 Animaniacs

51 Spider-Man

4 PM

2 6 Dr. Quinn

5 13 Oprah Winfrey

7 8 [8] Rosie O'Donnell

10 12 26 Reading Rainbow
11 Wishbone

33 Pinky and the Brain

35 Ricki Lake

51 Power Rangers Turbo

4:30

10 12 26 Wishbone

11 Kratts' Creatures

33 New Batman/Superman Adventures

51 Life with Louie

5 PM

2 Home Improvement

5 Inside Edition

6 Mad About You

7 Grace Under Fire

8 13 33 News

[8] Real TV

10 12 26 Kratts' Creatures

11 Sesame Street

35 Jerry Springer

51 Boy Meets World

5:30

2 5 6 7 8 13 News
[8] Entertainment Tonight (CC)

10 12 26 Bill Nye the Science Guy (CC)

33 Lifestyles Magazine

51 Cosby Show

EVENING

6 PM

2 5 6 7 8 [8] 13 News

10 12 26 Arthur

11 Newshour with Jim Lehrer

33 Love That Bob!

35 Real TV

51 Simpsons

6:30

2 6 NBC News

5 [8] 13 CBS News

7 8 ABC News

10 12 26 Business Report

33 Ozzie and Harriet

35 Cops

51 Simpsons

7 PM
2 13 Frasier

5 Deep Space Nine

6 Home Improvement

7 8 Wheel of Fortune

[8] Home Improvement

10 12 26 Newshour with Jim Lehrer

11 Nightly Business Report

33 Dusty's Trail

35 Cheers

51 Next Generation

7:30

2 6 Seinfeld

7 8 Jeopardy!

[8] Mad About You

11 Wild World

13 Entertainment Tonight

33 Auto Classifieds

35 Cheers

8 PM

2 6 National Geographic

5 [8] 13 40th Annual Grammy Awards

7 8 Spin City

10 12 26 America in the '40s


11 Triumph of the Nerds

33 Sister, Sister

35 Star Trek: Voyager

51 Beverly Hills, 90210

8:30

7 8 Dharma & Greg

33 Smart Guy

9 PM

2 6 3rd Rock from the Sun

7 8 Drew Carey

10 12 26 America in the '40s

33 Wayans Bros.

35 The Sentinel

51 Party of Five

9:30

2 6 Working

7 8 Ellen

33 Steve Harvey

10 PM

2 6 Law & Order

7 8 PrimeTime Live
10 12 26 America in the '40s

33 Soldier of Fortune

35 Married with Children

51 News

10:30

35 MarriedWith Children

11 PM

2 5 6 7 8 [8] 13 News

10 12 26 To the Manor Born

11 Nature

33 Youngbloods

35 Vibe

51 Jerry Springer

11:30

10 12 26 New Red Green

11:35

2 6 Jay Leno

5 [8] 13 David Letterman

7 8 Nightline

EARLY THURSDAY
Mid.

10 12 26 Charlie Rose

11 Educational Programming

33 Direct Line

35 51 Infomercials

12:05

7 8 Politically Incorrect

12:35

2 6 Conan O'Brien

5 [8] 13 Tom Snyder

7 Jenny Jones

8 Infomercial

1 AM

10 12 26 Jack Horkheimer: StarGazer

33 Bob Enyart

35 Keenen Ivory Wayans

51 Access Hollywood

1:05

8 Pictionary
1:30

51 Jenny Jones

1:35

2 6 Later

5 Infomercial

7 Shop at Home Network

8 Living Single

13 Infomercials

2 AM

8 World News Now

33 Infomercials

35 Shop at Home Network

2:05

2 Poltergeist

5 America's Jewelry Store

6 Strange Universe

2:30

51 Shop at Home Network

2:35

6 Grace Under Fire


13 Entertainment Tonight

3 AM

13 Hard Copy

33 Alan Keyes

3:05

2 Nightside

6 News

3:30

13 Up to the Minute

3:40

6 Nightside

4:55

5 Open Door

CBS Schedule Monday, March 19, 1984 (with YouTube video included)

The video that corresponds to this schedule is at:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8USpy4Or8Zc

6:00 a.m. Early Morning News


7:00 Morning News

9:00 Local Programming

10:00 The $25,000 Pyramid (guests Marla Gibbs and Roxie Roker of The Jeffersons)

10:30 Press Your Luck

11:00 The Price is Right

Noon Local Programming

12:30 p.m. The Young and the Restless

1:30 As the World Turns

2:30 Capitol

3:00 Guiding Light

4:00 Tattletales

4:30 Local Programming

6:30 Evening News

7:00 Local Programming

8:00 Scarecrow & Mrs. King "Filming Raul"

9:00 Kate & Allie "Allie's First Date" (Premiere)

9:30 Newhart "Vermont Today"

10:00 Cagney & Lacey "Matinee" (first episode back on the air)

11:00 Local Programming

11:30 Hart to Hart

12:40 a.m. Columbo

2:00 Nightwatch

Sources:
The Encyclopedia of Daytime Television by Wesley Hyatt

The Complete Guide of The Complete Directory to Prime Time Network and Cable TV Shows
1946 Present

by Tim Brooks and Earle Marsh

The Pyramid Celebrity Archives http://www.fortunecity.com/lavendar/...8/25kceleb.htm

TV.com http://www.tv.com

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Re: CBS Schedule Monday, March 19, 1984 (with YouTube video included)

Hart To Hart and Columbo were the CBS Late Movie.

Classic Television must always be preserved!

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Re: CBS Schedule Monday, March 19, 1984 (with YouTube video included)

Quote Originally Posted by RALfan

Noon Local Programming

12:30 p.m. The Young and the Restless

By this point in time, did CBS have the alternate feed of Y&R

in place for the Central time zone at 12 ET/11 CT?

Save AM radio...kill I-CRAP.

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Quote Originally Posted by classictvfan

Hart To Hart and Columbo were the CBS Late Movie.

I know. I just listed them as seperate shows.

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Re: CBS Schedule Monday, March 19, 1984 (with YouTube video included)

Quote Originally Posted by oldiesfan6479

By this point in time, did CBS have the alternate feed of Y&R

in place for the Central time zone at 12 ET/11 CT?

I have no idea. All the schedules I post are for the Eastern time zone.

CBS Schedule Friday, September 25, 1992

6:00 CBS Morning News

7:00 CBS This Morning

9:00 Local Programming

10:00 The New Family Feud Challenge

11:00 The Price is Right

12:00 Local Programming

12:30 The Young and the Restless

1:30 The Bold and the Beautiful

2:00 As the World Turns

3:00 Guiding Light

4:00 Local Programming

6:30 CBS Evening News with Dan Rather

7:00 Local Programming

8:00 The Golden Palace "Promotional Consideration"

8:30 Major Dad "The People's Choice (Part I)"


9:00 Designing Women "Of Human Bondage"

9:30 Bob "Drawing a Blank"

10:00 Picket Fences "The Green Bay Chopper"

11:00 Local Programming

11:30 Dark Justice "Instant Replay"

12:30 The Kids in the Hall

Sources:

The Encyclopedia of Daytime Television by Wesley Hyatt

The Complete Guide of The Complete Directory to Prime Time Network and Cable TV Shows
1946 Present

by Tim Brooks and Earle Marsh

TV.com http://www.tv.com

Retro: Victoria/eastern South Australia, Australia Fri, Apr 16, 1982

from TV Week-Country Victoria edition

ABCv ABC Victoria

ABCs ABC South Australia

7 HSV7 Melbourne

9 GTV9 Melbourne

10 ATV10 Melbourne

GMV GMV6 Shepparton

AMV AMV4 Albury/RVN2 Wagga Wagga

BTV BTV6 Ballarat

BCV BCV8 Bendigo/STV8 Mildura


RTS RTS5A Renmark/Loxton

SES SES8 Mount Gambier

This edition covered parts of two time zones, programs will be listed Eastern (Victoria)
time/Central (South Australia) time

Ratings

(C) Children

(PGR) Parental Guidance

(AO) Adults Only

Morning

6:00 (Eastern)/5:30 (Central)

9 King Leonardo

6:30/6:00

9 Top Cat

10 Tennessee Tuxedo

7:00/6:30

7 Wait 'Til Your Father Gets Home

9 National News Today

10 Good Morning Australia

7:30/7:00
7 Mr Ed

8:00/7:30

ABCv Sesame Street

7 Flying Nun

9 Scooby-Doo

8:30/8:00

ABCs Sesame Street

7 Bewitched

9 Richie Rich

9:00/8:30

ABCv temporary sign-off

7 Celebrity Tattletales

9 Here's Humphrey

10 Eyewitness News

9:05/8:35

10 Texas

9:30/9:00

ABCv Play School

ABCs For Schools: Senior Science

7 I Dream of Jeannie
10:00/9:30

ABCv For Schools: Investigating

7 Romper Room

9 Another World (PGR)

10 Fat Cat & Friends

10:20/9:50

ABCv For Schools: Mathshow

10:28/9:58

AMV Program Highlights

10:30/10:00

ABCs For Schools: For the Juniors

10 Bernard King

AMV Here's Humphrey

10:40/10:10

ABCv For Schools: Fiji

10:55/10:25

ABCs For Schools: Out 'n About

GMV Morning Meditation


11:00/10:30

ABCv For Schools: Upper Primary Art/Craft

7 Eleven AM

9 Search for Tomorrow (PGR)

10 Good Morning Melbourne

GMV-BTV Here's Humphrey

BCV Thought for the Day

11:03/10:33

BCV Fat Cat & Friends

11:25/10:55

ABCs For Schools: Latin America

11:30/11:00

9-AMV News

BCV Ed Allen

SES Fat Cat & Friends

11:50/11:20

ABCs For Schools: Behind the News

11:55/11:25

10 Eyewitness News

GMV-BTV News
BCV Community Billboard

Afternoon

noon (ET)/11:30 (CT)

ABCv For Schools: Exploring Childhood

7 Movie "My Six Convicts" (PGR)

9-GMV-AMV-BTV-BCV-SES Mike Walsh (PGR)

10 Rockford Files (PGR)

12:10/11:40

ABCs For Schools: Flip, Slide, Turn

1:00/12:30

ABCv-ABCs News/Weather

10 $100,000 Money Makers

1:11/12:41

ABCv For Schools: Avventura

ABCs temporary sign-off

1:30/1:00

9-GMV-AMV-BTV-BCV-SES Days of Our Lives (PGR)

10 It Could Be You
1:55/1:25

ABCv For Schools: Music Time

2:00/1:30

7 Medical Centre (PGR)

2:10/1:40

ABCs For Schools: Music Time

2:15/1:45

ABCv For Schools: Playsport

2:20/1:50

AMV General Hospital (PGR)

BTV-SES Young & the Restless (PGR)

2:25/1:55

9 News

2:30/2:00

ABCv For Schools: Class of '82

ABCs For Schools: The Media

9-BCV Young & the Restless (PGR)

10 John Laws' Beauty and the Beast (rated PGR; Laws is a Sydney radio host who just announced
his retirement this past weekend after 54 years on the mike)

GMV Family (PGR)


2:45/2:15

BTV New Price is Right (host Ian Turple)

2:50/2:20

SES Movie "Young Joe, The Forgotten Kennedy" (PGR)

2:55/2:25

ABCs For Schools: Consumer Education

3:00/2:30

ABCv Sesame Street

7 Beauty & the Beast (PGR; hosted by Derrin Hinch, now at 3AW Melbourne)

10 Six Million Dollar Man (PGR)

3:10/2:40

AMV At Home

3:15/2:45

BTV Julia

3:20/2:50

AMV Family Feud (host Daryl Somers)

3:30/3:00
ABCs Sesame Street

9 General Hospital (PGR)

GMV Porky Pig

BCV Beauty & the Beast (PGR)

3:45/3:15

BTV Cartoon Corner

3:50/3:20

AMV Cartoons

4:00/3:30

ABCv Play School

7-BTV Shirl's Neighborhood (C)

9 Curiosity Show (C)

10-AMV Simon Townsend's Wonder World (C)

GMV Children's Hour (Black Arrow/Simon Townsend's Wonder World; rated C)

4:30/4:00

ABCv Dr Snuggles

ABCs Play School

7 Flipper

9 Matchmates (C)

AMV G'Day (Series return)

BTV Wow (C)


BCV Here Come the Double Deckers (C)

SES Children's Hour (C; Wow/Littlest Hobo)

4:35/4:05

ABCv Secret Garden

4:55/4:25

BCV Go Health (C)

5:00/4:30

ABCv A Traveller in Time (final episode)

ABCs Dr Snuggles

7 Wheel of Fortune

9 New You Asked for It

10 Hogan's Heroes

GMV Bewitched

AMV Contest Corner

BTV Flintstones

BCV I Dream of Jeannie

RTS Grizzly Adams

5:05/4:35

ABCs Secret Garden

AMV TV Powww
5:10/4:40

AMV I Dream of Jeannie

5:25/4:55

ABCv TBA

5:30/5:00

ABCv Eagle of the Ninth

ABCs Boy Merlin (series finale)

7 Get Smart

9 Family Feud

10 WROK

GMV New Price is Right

BTV-SES Bewitched

BCV Mr Merlin

5:40/5:10

AMV TV Powww

5:45/5:15

AMV Welcome Back, Kotter

5:55/5:25

ABCs Don & Pete

RTS New Price is Right


Evening

6:00 (ET)/5:30 (CT)

ABCv News

ABCs Chinese Puzzle

7 New Price is Right

9 Young Doctors

10 Eyewitness News

GMV-BTV-BCV News

SES Wheel of Fortune

6:02/5:32

ABCv Countrywide

6:10/5:40

AMV News

6:28/5:58

ABCs News

6:30/6:00

ABCs Countrywide

7-GMV-AMV-BTV-BCV Seven Nightly News

9 National Nine News


6:40/6:10

ABCv Living Tomorrow

6:55/6:25

ABCv Games Report

AMV Weather

SES News

7:00/6:30

ABCv RTS News

7 Muppet Show

9-GMV-AMV-BTV-BCV Sale of the Century

10 M*A*S*H

7:05/6:35

SES Seven Nightly News (from Melbourne; Mount Gambier residents, despite living in SA,
identify themslves more with Victoria, Mt Gambier is close to the border and promoed shows in
both time zones)

7:10/6:40

ABCs Home Garden

7:25/6:55

ABCs Regional News

SES Weather
7:30/7:00

ABCv Morecambe & Wise

ABCs News

7-GMV CHiPs (PGR; series return on GMV)

9-BTV Happy Days

10 You're a Star

AMV Love Boat (PGR)

BCV Greatest American Hero (PGR)

RTS Sale of the Century

7:35/7:05

SES Sale of the Century

8:00/7:30

ABCs Morecambe & Wise

9 Mork & Mindy

BTV Greatest American Hero (PGR)

RTS Happy Days

SES Sons & Daughters (PGR)

8:15/7:45

ABCv Nationwide

8:30/8:00
7 Movie "Thousands Cheer"

9 Little House on the Prairie

10 Movie "The Ballad of Cable Hogue" (AO)

GMV A Country Practice (PGR)

AMV Magnum, PI (PGR)

RTS Charlie's Angels

SES BJ & the Bear (PGR)

8:43/8:13

ABCs News

8:45/8:15

ABCv Sow What

ABCs Nationwide

BCV Movie "Escape from Bogen County" (PGR)

8:58/8:28

BTV Weather

9:00/8:30

ABCv TBA

BTV Knots Landing (PGR)

9:15/8:45

ABCs Shirley Bassey


9:25/8:55

AMV Chemicals in Agriculture

9:30/9:00

9 Fantasy Island (PGR)

GMV Chisolms (PGR)

AMV Movie "The Ruling Class" (AO)

RTS Movie "The Remarkable Mr Pennypacker"

SES Streets of San Francisco (PGR)

9:55/9:25

ABCv Late News

BTV Chemicals in Agriculture

10:00/9:30

ABCs Late News

BTV Professionals (AO)

10:05/9:35

ABCv Road to Wembley 1982 (sign-off 11:05 ET)

10:10/9:40

ABCs Road to Wembley 1982 (sign-off 10:40 CT)


10:20/9:50

BCV Newmarket Stock Report

10:25/9:55

BCV Breezin

10:30/10:00

9 That's Hollywood (PGR)

GMV Movie "Police Story" (PGR)

SES Chemicals in Agriculture

10:40/10:10

RTS Star Trek (PGR)

SES On the Ball

10:50/10:20

Movie "The Fallen Idol" (PGR)

10:55/10:25

7 Late News

11:00/10:30

9 World Tonight

BTV Late News

SES Movie "The Hanged Man" (AO; sign-off 12:15 CT)


11:25/10:55

7 Ivan's Late Night Nostalgia

BCV Secrets of Midland Heights (PGR)

11:30/11:00

9 Birmingham International Show Jumping

BTV Movie "Savage Wilderness" (PGR)

Late Night

midnight

AMV Movie "Someone Behind the Door" (AO; sign-off 1:45 ET)

12:10/11:40

RTS Tomorrow's Weather

12:15/11:45

GMV Late News (sign-off 1:10 ET)

RTS Tomorrow's Programs (sign-off 11:47 CT)

12:25/11:25

7 Movie "Dracula" (PGR; sign-off 2:05 ET)

BCV Local News


12:30/midnight

9 Movie "The Boy in the Plastic Bubble" (PGR)

12:40/12:10

10 Movie "The Long Dark Hall" (PGR; sign-off 2:30 ET)

12:50/12:20

BCV Thought for Tomorrow (sign-off 12:53 ET)

1:15/12:45

BTV Epilogue (sign-off 1:20 ET)

2:15/1:45

9 Movie "F. Scott Fitzgerald in Hollywood" (AO)

4:00/3:30

9 Movie "Money & Me"

5:10/4:40

9 Gideon's Way (PGR)

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Re: Retro: Victoria/eastern South Australia, Australia Fri, Apr 16, 1982

The movie at 10:50 ET/10:20 CT should read channel 10.

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Re: Retro: Victoria/eastern South Australia, Australia Fri, Apr 16, 1982

Also a bit of a disclaimer...SBS0/28 was also on the air in Melbourne, but wasn't listed in the
Country Victoria edition as TV Week didn't think regional viewers were interested in ethnic
shows ;D

Retro:Cleveland Thursday, December 18, 1952 (Daytime)

Source:Cleveland Press

WNBK-4 NBC

7AM Dave Garroway (Today)


9AM Feature Film

10AM Home Cooking

10:30 Charming Children

11AM Idea Shop

11:30 Ernie Benedict

Noon News:Noontime Comics

12:30 Living Fashion

1PM Feature Film

2:30 Chef Lorenzo

3PM Big Payoff

3:30 Welcome Travelers

4PM Kate Smith

5PM Hawkins Falls

5:15 Gabby Hayes

5:30 Howdy Doody

WEWS-5 CBS

8:30 News:On Wings Of Song (Organ Music)

9AM Western Reserve Telecourse

9:30 Paige Palmer

10AM Arthur Godfrey

11AM There's One In Every Family

11:30 Strike It Rich-Warren Hull

Noon Bride And Groom


12:15 Love Of Life

12:30 Search For Tomorrow

12:45 News

1PM Women's Window

1:30 Garry Moore

2PM Vanity Fair

2:30 Guiding Light

2:45 Art Linkletter

3:15 Mixing Bowl

3:45 Western Movie

4:45 Time For Beany

5PM Uncle Jake-Gene Carroll

5:30 Western Movie

WXEL-9 DuMont/ABC

10:45 Film Short

11AM Bargain Barn

11:30 Jonathan Story

Noon News

12:15 Lazy Listening

12:30 Film Shorts

1PM Feature Film

2:45 Film:Quiz

3PM Alice Weston


3:45 Paul Weston (Don't know if they are related)

4PM Handwriting

4:30 King Jack

5PM Santa Claus

5:15 By Jupiter

5:30 Desert Deputy-Western Films

Retro: Tasmania, Australia Thurs, Apr 25, 1991

from TV Week-Tasmania edition

ANZAC Day listings (Australia's equivalent to Memorial Day)

2 ABV2 Melbourne

7 HSV7 Melbourne

9 GTV9 Melbourne

10 ATV10 Melbourne

TAS TasTV (TVT6 Hobart)

ABC ABC Tasmania

SCN Southern Cross Network (TNT9 Launceston)

SBS SBS

(Melbourne stations could be seen in parts of Northern Tasmania)

Ratings: (C) Children * (PGR) Parental Guidance * (AO) Adults Only

Morning
6:00

7 Defenders of the Earth

9-TAS-SCN Cricket: Australia v West Indies, Day 5 of fourth test(live from Barbados)

10 Ten Newswatch (international news overnight serrvice, including CNN)

6:30

7 Agro's Cartoon Connection (Thirteen Ghosts of Scooby-Doo/Flintstones/Tom & Jerry/Snorks)

7:00

2-ABC Ghostbusters

10 Good Morning Australia

7:22

2-ABC World of David the Gnome

7:30

9-TAS-SCN Today (Nine version with Steve Liebmann and Liz Hayes)

7:48

2-ABC Show with the Mouse

8:18

2-ABC Parental Guidance Recommended

8:28
2-ABC Play School

8:55

10 Ten's Billboard

8:58

2 ANZAC Day March (live from Melbourne)

ABC 10 Days of Glory

9:00

7 Challenge of the Machine Men

9 Here's Humphrey

10 'Til Ten (PGR)

TAS Now You See It (C)

SCN Fat Cat & Friends

9:30

7 Fat Cat & Friends

9 In Melbourne Today

TAS Here's Humphrey

SCN Aerobics Oz Style

10:00

7 Superior Court (PGR)

10 Mulligrubs
TAS Unsung Heroes

ABC Boys Who Came Home

SCN Bold & the Beautiful (PGR)

10:30

7 NBC Nightly News

9 National Nine Morning News

10 Aerobics Oz Style

SCN Maude (PGR)

10:55

SBS Movie "Farewell Kekec" (Slovene)

11:00

7-TAS Eleven AM (PGR)

9 Barnaby Jones (PGR)

10-SCN Another World (PGR)

ABC ANZAC Day March (live from Hobart)

Afternoon

noon

7 Movie "Hook, Line & Sinker" (PGR)

9-TAS-SCN Midday with Ray Martin (PGR)

10 Santa Barbara (PGR)


ABC Last March

12:15

SBS Movie "The Cosmic Eye" (Animated; voices of Maureen Stapleton and Dizzy Gillespie)

12:30

2-ABC Boys Who Came Home

1:30

2-ABC Army Tattoo '88

9 Days of Our Lives

10 Donahue

TAS-SCN Wheel of Fortune

SBS Agnes De Mille

2:00

7 Movie "Cat Ballou"

TAS-SCN AFL Football: Collingwood-Melbourne/North Melbourne-Sydney Swans

2:25

SBS Entertaining the Troops

2:30

9 Young & the Restless (PGR)

10 Carson's Law (PGR)


3:00

2-ABC Sesame Street

3:30

9 Diff'rent Strokes

10 Transformers

4:00

2-ABC Play School

7 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

9 Super Mario Brothers

10 Hans Cristian Andersen

SBS English at Work (Arabic/English)

4:30

2-ABC Gumby

7 Now You See It (C)

9 C'mon Kids (C)

10 Double Dare (C)

SBS Madame Sousou

4:50

2-ABC Telebugs
5:00

2-ABC Afternoon Show (You Can't Do That on Television/Degrassi Jr High/Trap Door)

7 Family Feud

9 Bugs Bunny

10 Addams Family

TAS Neighbours

SCN Home & Away

SBS Kaleidoscope (includes Open Book/That's All/Adventures of Tintin)

5:30

7 Wheel of Fortune

10 Let's Make a Deal

TAS Home & Away

SCN Neighbours

SBS Russian Language & People (English/Russian)

5:55

SBS Community Noticebaord

5:58

9 Keno

Evening

6:00
2-ABC Danger Mouse

7 Seven Nightly News

9 National Nine News

10 Ten Eyewitness News

TAS-SCN Sale of the Century

SBS And Love Tomorrow (PGR)

6:25

2-ABC Roger Ramjet

6:30

2-ABC EastEnders

7 Home & Away

9 A Current Affair

10 Blind Date

TAS TasTV News

SCN Southern Cross Network News

SBS SBS World News

7:00

2-ABC ABC News/Weather (different editions on ABV2 and ABC Tas)

7 Hinch

9 Sale of the Century

10 Neighbours

TAS-SCN A Current Affair


SBS Face the Press

7:30

2-ABC 7:30 Report (same info as ABC News)

7 Full House

9-TAS Flying Doctors (PGR; 9: includes Earthquest at 7:45)

10 E Street (PGR)

SCN Beyond 2000

SBS Sports Machine

8:00

2-ABC Everybody

7 Acropolis Now

SBS Dateline

8:28

2-ABC News Update

TAS-SCN Keno

8:30

2-ABC Police Rescue

7-TAS Fast Forward (PGR)

9 Chances (AO)

10 Movie "The Duchess & the Dirtwater Fox" (AO)

SCN 21 Jump Street (AO)


SBS Movie "Malou" (German)

9:20

2-ABC Backchat

9:28

2-ABC News Update

9:30

2-ABC Big Picture "Mini-Dragons: Taiwan"

7 AFL Football Highlights

9 Something is Out There (PGR)

TAS Heroes of the Krait (AO)

SCN China Beach (AO)

10:05

SBS Eat Carpet "Feral TV" (The person who named the series didn't realize what the sexual
meaning was and SBS board members had to explain it to him ) )

10:25

SBS Arcadia (AO)

10:30

2-ABC Lateline/Late Edition News

9 World Tonight with Clive Robertson

10 Ten Eyewitness News


SCN In the Heat of the Night (AO)

10:40

SBS Triste Figure

10:45

SBS Buzz (PGR)

11:00

2-ABC English Soccer: Crystal Palace-Everton

7 Tonight Live with Steve Vizard (AO)

10 Fly Slow, Land Short

11:15

SBS Space Patrol

11:30

9 Wiseguy (AO)

TAS-SCN Tonight Live with Steve Vizard (AO)

11:40

SBS Dateline (sign-off 12:10)

11:55

2-ABC Tracey Ullman (PGR; sign-off 12:20)


Late Night

midnight

7 NBC Today

10 Ten Newswatch

12:30

9 Movie "Frankenstein" (A)

TAS-SCN Thought for the Day (sign-off 12:32)

1:30

7 True Blue (PGR)

2:20

9 Movie "The Strange One" (PGR)

2:25

7 Daily at Dawn (PGR)

2:50

7 Generations (PGR)

3:15

7 Our House
4:10

9 Movie "Wyoming Renegades"

4:15

7 Bluey (PGR)

5:10

7 Up the Elephant & Round the Castle (PGR)

5:30

9 Barney Miller (PGR)

5:35

7 Holiday World

7:00

9 Sale of the Century

I'm going to take a wild guess and say that this is around the time Tony Barber and Alyce Platt
were replaced by Glenn Ridge and Jo Bailey.

And you would be right

An interesting fact on the two Tassie commercial channels...for a few years, both stations used
the TasTV branding with separate newscasts in Launceston and Hobart; the split occured shortly
after Tricom (now Southern Cross Broadcasting) purchased TNT9. Tasmania was preparing for
aggregation, which saw TasTV (later purchased by WIN and affiliating to Nine) and Southern
Cross (affiliating to Seven/Ten; both WIN and SC partner on a digital Ten station with SC getting
first dibs on any Ten shows) expanding statewide.