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Retro: Georgia Saturday, June 8, 1974 (Part 1)

From the Atlanta Constitution. Schedules run

7 AM-sign off and do not include UHFs outside

Atlanta.

WSB Ch. 2 (NBC) Atlanta

7 AM Jetsons

7:30 Popeye

9 AM Emergency +4

9:30 Inch High Private Eye

10 AM Sigmund And The Sea Monsters

10:30 Pink Panther

11 AM Star Trek (animated)

11:30 Butch Cassidy (animated)

12 N News

12:30 Community Dialogue

1 PM Tarzan

2 PM Baseball: Angels-Tigers

5 PM Perry Mason (time approximate)

6 PM News

6:30 NBC News

7 PM Hee Haw

8 PM Emergency!

9 PM Movie: "Arabesque"
11 PM News

11:30 Movie: "Tower Of London"

1:30 News

1:35 Movie: "Kitten With A Whip"

WRBL Ch. 3 (CBS) Columbus, GA

7 AM Chattahoochee RFD

7:30 Across The Seven Seas

8 AM Help! It's The Hair Bear Bunch!

8:30 Sabrina, The Teenage Witch (animated)

9 AM New Scooby Doo Movies

10 AM My Favorite Martians (animated)

10:30 Jeannie (animated)

11 AM Speed Buggy

11:30 Josie And The Pussycats

12 N Kiddie Castle Lane

12:30 Fat Albert And The Cosby Kids

1 PM Lancer

2 PM Porter Wagoner

2:30 That Good Ole Nashville Music

3 PM Soul Train

4 PM Wrestling

5 PM Belmont Stakes

6 PM Sportsman's Lodge
6:30 CBS News

7 PM News

7:30 Carol Burnett

8:30 M*A*S*H

9 PM Mary Tyler Moore

9:30 Bob Newhart

10 PM Mission: Impossible

11 PM Movie: "Black Orchid"

WSAV Ch. 3 (NBC) Savannah

7:30 County Edition

8 AM Lidsville

8:30 Addams Family (animated)

9 AM Emergency +4

9:30 Inch High Private Eye

10 AM Sigmund And The Sea Monsters

10:30 Pink Panther

11 AM Star Trek

11:30 Butch Cassidy

12 N Jetsons

12:30 Ebony Scene

1 PM Soul Train

2 PM Baseball: Angels-Tigers

5 PM Roller Derby (time approximate)


6 PM High School Quiz Bowl

6:30 NBC News

7 PM News

7:30 Brian Keith

8 PM Emergency!

9 PM NBC Movie: "Play Dirty"

11:30 Movie: "Escapade In Japan"

WFBC Ch. 4 (NBC) Greenville, SC

7 AM Farm And Country Show

7:30 Mulligan Stew

8 AM Lidsville

8:30 Addams Family

9 AM Emergency +4

9:30 Inch High Private Eye

10 AM Sigmund And The Sea Monsters

10:30 Pink Panther

11 AM Star Trek

11:30 Scrunch

12 N Monty's Rascals

12:30 Greatest Sports Legends

1 PM Wrestling

2 PM Baseball: Angels-Tigers

5 PM LPGA Desert Inn Golf Tournament


(Second Round) (time approximate)

6 PM News

6:30 Movie: "Tarzan And The Mermaids"

8 PM Emergency!

9 PM NBC Movie: "Play Dirty"

11:30 News

12 M Mission: Impossible

1 AM Don Kirshner's Rock Concert

WAGA Ch. 5 (CBS) Atlanta

7:30 4-H Club

8 AM Help! It's The Hair Bear Bunch!

8:30 Sabrina, The Teenage Witch

9 AM New Scooby Doo Movies

10 AM My Favorite Martians

10:30 Jeannie

11 AM Vision On

11:30 Josie And The Pussycats

12 N Pebbles And Bamm Bamm

12:30 Fat Albert And The Cosby Kids

1 PM CBS Children's Film Festival

2 PM World Of Survival

2:30 Dusty's Trail

3 PM Soul Train
4 PM UFO

5 PM Belmont Stakes

6 PM News

6:30 CBS News

7 PM The Bold Ones (I don't know how

this happened--Atlanta was under

the access-rule prohibition of

off-network reruns on the affiliates.)

8 PM All In The Family

8:30 M*A*S*H

9 PM Mary Tyler Moore

9:30 Bob Newhart

10 PM Carol Burnett

11 PM News

11:30 Movie: "A Clear And Present Danger"

WJBF Ch. 6 (ABC/NBC) Augusta

7 AM Farm And Home Hour

7:30 Trooper Terry

8 AM Bugs Bunny

8:30 Yogi's Gang

9 AM Super Friends

10 AM Lassie's Rescue Rangers

10:30 Goober And The Ghost Chasers


11 AM Brady Kids

11:30 Mission Magic

12 N ABC Saturday Superstar Movie

1 PM American Bandstand

2 PM Wrestling

3 PM That Good Ole Nashville Music

3:30 TBA

4:30 Celebrity Tennis

5 PM Wide World Of Sports

6:30 Reasoner Report

7 PM Lawrence Welk

8 PM Partridge Family

8:30 ABC Movie: "Can Ellen Be Saved?"

10 PM Owen Marshall, Counselor At Law

11 PM ABC News

11:15 ABC Wide World Of Entertainment

WGTV Ch. 8 (PBS) Athens/Atlanta

7 PM Yoga For Health

7:30 Fun And Games

8 PM Discovery (I think these are reruns

of the old ABC kids' show)

8:30 Bach

9 PM Wilburn Brothers (you read right)


9:30 Our Street

10 PM Movie: "Footlight Parade"

11:45 Video: The New Wave

WTVM Ch. 9 (ABC) Columbus, GA

7:30 Southern Scene

8 AM Bugs Bunny

8:30 Yogi's Gang

9 AM Super Friends

10 AM Lassie's Rescue Rangers

10:30 Goober And The Ghost Chasers

11 AM Brady Kids

11:30 Mission Magic

12 N ABC Saturday Superstar Movie

1 PM American Bandstand

2 PM Bold Generation

2:30 I Dream Of Jeannie

3 PM Tarzan

4 PM High Chaparral

5 PM Wide World Of Sports

6:30 Wrestling

7:30 Lawrence Welk

8:30 ABC Movie: "Can Ellen Be Saved?"

10 PM Owen Marshall, Counselor At Law


11 PM Don Kirshner's Rock Concert

12:30 ABC News

Part two follows.<P ID="edit"><FONT class="small">Edited by bpatrick on 06/01/05 09:23


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Re: Retro: Georgia Saturday, June 8, 1974 (Part 1)

> From the Atlanta Constitution. Schedules run

> 7 AM-sign off and do not include UHFs outside

> Atlanta.

>

>

> WRBL Ch. 3 (CBS) Columbus, GA

>

> 7:30 Carol Burnett

> 8:30 M*A*S*H

> 9 PM Mary Tyler Moore


> 9:30 Bob Newhart

> 10 PM Mission: Impossible

> 11 PM Movie: "Black Orchid"

>

> Why wasn't All In The Family shown while WAGA Channel 5 in Atlanta carried the whole
Saturday night lineup,All In The Family,M*A*S*H,Mary Tyler Moore,Bob Newhart and Carol
Burnett??

Also if Carol Burnett aired at 10:00 Eastern Time why did it air at 7:30 Eastern Time unless it was
last week's show.

Mission: Impossible was in syndicated reruns at that time as well. The last network airing of
Mission: Impossible was on Saturday nights at 10:00 Eastern Time during the summer of 1973.

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Re: Retro: Georgia Saturday, June 8, 1974 (Part 1)

> > From the Atlanta Constitution. Schedules run

> > 7 AM-sign off and do not include UHFs outside

> > Atlanta.

>>

>
>>

> > WRBL Ch. 3 (CBS) Columbus, GA

>>

>

> > 7:30 Carol Burnett

> > 8:30 M*A*S*H

> > 9 PM Mary Tyler Moore

> > 9:30 Bob Newhart

> > 10 PM Mission: Impossible

> > 11 PM Movie: "Black Orchid"

>>

> > Why wasn't All In The Family shown while WAGA Channel 5 in

> Atlanta carried the whole Saturday night lineup,All In The

> Family,M*A*S*H,Mary Tyler Moore,Bob Newhart and Carol

> Burnett??

>

> Also if Carol Burnett aired at 10:00 Eastern Time why did

> it air at 7:30 Eastern Time unless it was last week's show.

>

> Mission: Impossible was in syndicated reruns at that time

> as well. The last network airing of Mission: Impossible was

> on Saturday nights at 10:00 Eastern Time during the summer

> of 1973.

>

Up to that point WRBL had never run All In The Family on Saturdays
at 8; the year before, they ran UFO 7:30-8:30. I don't know when,

or even if, WRBL ever did run All In The Family on pattern; the

Atlanta Constitution stopped doing the statewide listings soon

after this. Carol Burnett would have been on a one-week delay.

Apparently Mission: Impossible had done well in Columbus on Saturdays

at 10 in its network days, so WRBL decided to keep airing it there

when it went into syndicated reruns.

Retro: Atlanta prime time Wednesday, June 8, 1983

From the Atlanta Journal-Constiution. Listings

run 6 PM-1 AM.

WSB Ch. 2 (ABC)

6 PM News

7 PM ABC News

7:30 Entertainment Tonight

8 PM The Fall Guy

9 PM Tales Of The Gold Monkey

10 PM Dynasty

11 PM News

11:30 M*A*S*H

12 M Nightline (one hour then)

WAGA Ch. 5 (CBS)


6 PM News

7 PM CBS News

7:30 PM Magazine

8 PM Small & Frye

8:30 Filthy Rich

9 PM TBA (a Lakers-76ers championship

game was scheduled but the series

was over--don't know what CBS ran

instead)

11 PM News

11:30 Barney Miller

12 M Maude

12:30 Ironside

WGTV Ch. 8 (PBS)

6 PM Studio See

6:30 Over Easy

7 PM Nightly Business Report

7:30 MacNeil/Lehrer Report

8 PM In Performace At The White House

9 PM Giulini Concerts

10 PM Twyla Tharp Scrapbook: 1965-1982

11 PM Nuclear War
11:30 Under Sail

WXIA Ch. 11 (NBC)

6 PM News

7 PM NBC News

7:30 Family Feud

8 PM Real People

9 PM Facts Of Life

9:30 Buffalo Bill

10 PM Quincy

11 PM News

11:30 Tonight Show

12:30 Late Night With David Letterman

WTBS Ch. 17 (Ind.)

5:35 Baseball: Dodgers at Braves

8:35 Movie: "Flying Tigers" (time

approximate)

10:35 News

11:35 The Catlins

12:05 Movie: "Against All Flags"

WPBA Ch. 30 (PBS)


6 PM Studio See

6:30 Cliffhangers

7 PM Oil Painting

7:30 MacNeil/Lehrer Report

8 PM In Performace At The White

House

9 PM Giulini Concerts

10 PM Bernstein/Beethoven

11 PM MacNeil/Lehrer Report

11:30 PBS Latenight

WATL Ch. 36 (Ind.)

6 PM Benny Hill

6:30 Saturday Night (SNL reruns)

7:30 Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman

8 PM Movie: "The Saint And The

Brave Goose"

10 PM Between Life And Death

11 PM Caught In The Crossfire

12 M Jim Bakker

WANX Ch. 46 (Ind.)


6 PM CHiPs Patrol

7 PM Buck Rogers

8 PM Movie: "Mata Hari"

10 PM 700 Club

11 PM Nashville (don't know if this

is That Nashville Music or

Nashville On The Road)

11:30 Classic Country

12 M Best Of Gleason

12:30 News

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WAGA Ch. 5 (CBS)

> 9 PM TBA (a Lakers-76ers championship

> game was scheduled but the series


> was over--don't know what CBS ran

> instead)

CBS, at the time, ran a movie on Wednesdays from 9 to 11 pm Eastern.<P


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Retro: Wichita and Kansas, Saturday,April 27, 1963

(Source: Western Kansas Press, Great Bend, 4/27/63)

KCKT 2 Great Bend

and KARD 3 Wichita (NBC/Kansas State Network)

AM

8 Law and Society

8:30 Ruff and Reddy

9 Shari Lewis Show

9:30 King Leonardo

10 Fury

10:30 Make Room For Daddy

11 Around Town

11:30 Exploring

PM

12:30 Magic Ranch

1 Wyatt Earp

1:30 Top Star Bowling

2:30 DeWalt Workshop


3 Baseball: Braves at Giants (Braves won 6-5)

6 Sportsmans Friend

6:30 Sam Benedict

7 Death Valley Days

8 NBC Saturday Night at the Movies: Three Coins in the Fountain

10 News

10:20 Cinema Saturday Night: Killers of Kilimanjaro

**This edition of the Press included a UPI interview with Don Bays, who was in charge of NBCs
Saturday and Monday night movies. Earlier in the year advertisers backed out of Its A Mans
World and Saints and Sinners, both hour-long adventure drama series, the story says. So we
bought the movies as a stop-gap measure. We never intended the movies as a permanent
fixture, Bays is quoted.

The package consisted of 42 movies from 20th Century Fox and 35 from MGM at a total cost of
$14 million. Seventeen didnt pass broadcast standardssome of them are mediocre musicals
which are death on television, Bays said.

Heavy drama worked better on Saturdays and lighter fare on Mondays, Bays is quoted.

KAYS-TV 7 Hays

and KWCH 12 Hutchinson-Wichita (CBS)

AM

7:15 (12) Agriculture Today

7:30 (12) Masonic Digest

7:45 (12) Cartoon Carnival

8 Captain Kangaroo

9 Alvin

9:30 Mighty Mouse

10 Rin Tin Tin

10:30 Roy Rogers


11 Sky King

11:30 Deputy Dawg

PM

12 News (full local noon newscast on Saturdayunusual)

12:30 TBA

12:45 Baseball: Indians at Yankees (Yankees won 8-1)

3:45 Film Feature

4 Highway Patrol

4:30 I Led Three Lives

5 (7) Film Feature (12) Trails West

5:30 (7) Pioneers (12) Serenaders

6 News

6:30 Jackie Gleason

7:30 Defenders

8:30 Have Gun Will Travel

9 Gunsmoke

10 News

10:30 Movie: Golden Earrings

12 (12) Movie: The Hitler Gang

KAKE-TV 10 Wichita (ABC)

AM

8 Big Picture

8:30 American Bandstand (KAKE broadcast the Three Stooges and a movie weekdays instead of
Bandstand)

9:30 Popeye and His Pals


10:30 Rascals Roll Call

11 Cartoonsville

10:30 Beany and Cecil

PM

12 Bugs Bunny

12:30 Allakazam

1 My Friend Flicka

1:30 Movie: Comedy (not listed)

2:30 Pro Bowlers Tour

4 Wide World of Sports

5:30 Roaring 20s

6:30 Gallant Men

7:30 Hootenanny

8 Lawrence Welk

9 Boxing

9:45 Make That Spare

10 News

10:30 Movie: She Wore A Yellow Ribbon

Retro: Northern Alabama TV Guide, Daytime, Sept 26-30, 1977

Stations in region:

Birmingham:

6 WBRC (ABC)

13 WAPI (NBC)
42 WBMG (CBS)

Huntsville:

19 WHNT (CBS)

31 WAAY (NBC) => changed back to ABC on Dec 11, 1977

48 WYUR (ABC) => changed to NBC on Dec 11, 1977 (when WAAY switched from ABC to NBC in
January 1968, this station was known as WSML 23 in Decatur until later in 1968)

Nashville:

"2" WNGE (ABC)

"4" WSM (NBC)

"5" WTVF (CBS)

Tuscaloosa:

33 WCFT (CBS)

Anniston:

40 WHMA (CBS)

Columbus, Miss:

4 WCBI (ABC)

Tupelo, Miss:

9 WTWV (NBC, ABC) (don't understand this double-affilation since the Columbus-Tupelo market
had 2 stations at the time, one of them an ABC affilate)
From 6 am Central Time

6 am

"2" Good Morning America--Dan Hartman, Nancy Dussault

"4" Morning Show--Emery

"5", 19 CBS News--Bruce Morton, Hughes Rudd

13 Today--Tom Brokaw, Jane Pauley

15 Al Lester--Music

48 PTL Club--Religion

6.30

9 Arthur Smith--Music

31 Three Stooges--Comedy (BW)

6.40

42 Focus

6.45

4 News

33 Cartoons

6.55

40 News

42 Popeye--Cartoon

7 am

4, 48 Good Morning America--Dan Hartman, Nancy Dussault

"4", 9, 15, 48 Today--Tom Brokaw, Jane Pauley

"5" Old Times Singing Convention

6 Morning Show--Tom York


19 Mornin' Folks--Grady Reeves

33, 40, 42 CBS News--Bruce Morton, Hughes Rudd

7.30

"2" Bozo--Children

"5" Mornings on 5--kaiser

8 am

"5", 19, 33, 40, 42 Captain Kangaroo

13 Dinah! (long-time talk show host was born Frances Rose Shore, 1919-94, known for her
marriage to actor George Montgomery from 1943-62...they have 2 children)

8.05

6 Merv Griffin

8.30

"2" Green Acres--Comedy

9 am

"2" Morningwatch--Variety

4 Romper Room--Children

"4" Phil Donahue

"5", 33, 40, 42 Here's Lucy

9, 13, 15, 31 Sanford and Son

19 Double Dare

48 PTL Club--Religion

9.30

4, 6 $20,000 Pyramid (6 aired the same broadcast as "2", 48)

"5", 19, 33, 43 Price is Right

9, 13, 15, 31 Hollywood Squares

40 PTL Club--Religion
10 am

"2", 4, 6, 48 Happy Days

"4", 9, 13, 15, 31 Wheel of Fortune

10.30

"2", 4, 6, 48 Family Feud

"4", 9, 13, 15, 31 It's Anybody's Game--Game

"5", 19, 33, 40, 42 Love of Life--Serial

10.55

"5", 19, 33, 40, 42 CBS News--Douglas Edwards

11 am

"2", 4, 48 The Better Sex--Game

"4", 9, 13, 31 Shoot For the Stars--Games

"5", 19, 33, 40, 42 Young and the Restless--Serial

6 New Newlywed Game

15 PTL Club--Religion

11.30

"2", 4, 6, 48 Ryan's Hope--Serial

"4" Noon Show--Bart/Ganick

"5", 19, 33, 40, 42 Search For Tomorrow--Serial

9, 13, 31 Chico and the Man

12 pm

"2", 48 All My Children--Serial

4, 6, 13, 15, 19, 33, 40 News

"5" To Tell the Truth

9 Dark Shadows--Serial
31 Mid-WAAY--Beston

42 Liars Club--Game

12.05

40 By the Way--Butler

12.10

33 Kaleidoscope--Variety

12.15

15 Bible Televist

19 Woman's Page/Weather

12.30

4, 6 All My Children--Serial

"4", 9, 13, 15, 31 Days of Our Lives--Serial

"5", 19, 33, 40, 42 As the World Turns--Serial

1 pm

"2", 48 $20,000 Pyramid

1.30

"2", 4, 6, 48 One Life to Live--Serial

"4", 9, 13, 15, 31 Doctors--Serial

"5", 19, 33, 40, 42 Guiding Light--Serial

2 pm

"4", 9, 13, 15, 31 Another World--Serial

"5", 19, 33, 40, 42 All in the Family

2.15

"2", 4, 6, 48 General Hospital--Serial

2.30
"5", 19, 33, 40, 42 Match Game

3 pm

"2", 4, 6, 48 Edge of Night--Serial

"4" New Mickey Mouse Club

"5" Munsters--Comedy (BW)

9, 13, 15, 31 Gong Show

19, 33, 40, 42 Tattletales

3.30

"2" Brady Bunch--Comedy

4 Beverly Hillbillies

"4" Bewitched--Comedy

"5" Gilligan's Island--Comedy

6 Bewitched--Comedy

9 Little Rascals--Comedy (BW)

13 New Mickey Mouse Club

15 As the World Turns--Serial

19 Little Rascals/Our Gang--Comedy

31 Bugs Bunny/Porgy Pig--Cartoon

33 Andy Griffith--Comedy

40 Price is Right

42 Fred Flintstone and Friends--Cartoon

48 Superman--Adventure

4 pm

"2" Bonanza--Western

4 Gunsmoke--Western
"4", 6 Emergency One!--Drama

"5" Gomer Pyle, USMC

9 Gilligan's Island (BW)

13 Partridge Family--Comedy

19 Brady Bunch--Comedy

31 Star Trek--Science Fiction

33 Hogan's Heroes--Comedy

42 Gilligan's Island

48 Beverly Hillbillies

4.30

"5" Doris Day--Comedy

9 Brady Bunch--Comedy

13 Beverly Hillbillies (BW)

15 Guiding Light--Serial

19 Gunsmoke--Western

33 Star Trek--Science Fiction

40 Rookies

42 Brady Bunch--Comedy

48 Andy Griffith--Comedy (BW)

4.55

6 News

5 pm

"2" Family Affair--Comedy

4 Andy Griffith--Comedy

"4" My Three Sons--Comedy


"5" Mary Tyler Moore--Comedy

6 ABC News--Harry Reasoner, Barbara Walters

9 Bewitched--Comedy

13 News

15 Chico and the Man

31 My Three Sons--Comedy

42 Lucy Show

48 Rifleman--Western (BW)

5.25

"4" Weather

5.30

"2", 4, 48 ABC News--Harry Reasoner, Barbara Walters

"4", 9, 13, 31 NBC News--John Chancellor, David Brinkley

"5", 19, 33, 42 CBS News--Walter Cronkite

6, 15, 40 News

6 pm

"2", 4, "4", "5", 9, 13, 19, 31, 48 News

6 To Tell the Truth

40 CBS News--Walter Cronkite

42 Cross-Wits--Game

6.30

"2" Marty Robbins' Spotlight--Variety

4 My Three Sons--Comedy

"5" Cross-Wits--Game

6 Hollywood Squares--Game
9 To Tell the Truth

13 Family Feud--Game

15 NBC News--John Chancellor, David Brinkley

19 $100,000 Name That Tune--Game

31 Bewitched--Comedy (BW)

33 Brady Bunch--Comedy

40 Mary Tyler Moore--Comedy

42 Concentration

48 Mary Tyler Moore--Comedy

It's noteworthy to say that 15 cleared two of then-CBS' top-rated soap operas:

"As the World Turns" and "Guiding Light". 6 didn't clear "Good Morning America" at all.

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>

> Tupelo, Miss:

> 9 WTWV (NBC, ABC) (don't understand this double-affilation

> since the Columbus-Tupelo market had 2 stations at the time,

> one of them an ABC affilate)


Before Ch. 4 in Columbus became an ABC affiliate (I think that may have lasted about two years),
Ch. 9 carried ABC's NCAA football package. I don't ever remember them carrying any other ABC
programming.

> It's noteworthy to say that 15 cleared two of then-CBS'

> top-rated soap operas:

> "As the World Turns" and "Guiding Light".

Until it became the UPN station for the Huntsville-Decatur market, Ch. 15 did not invest a lot of
money into programming for non-network hours. It was probably the cheapest way that they
could fill the schedule between 3:30 and 5:30.

6 didn't clear

> "Good Morning America" at all.

Ch. 6 had a cash cow with the Morning Show with Tom York. There was no way that they were
going to give up local ad dollars for a show that was struggling to make a name for itself,
especially when Ch. 6 had more viewers than Ch. 13 and Ch. 42 combined.

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I always enjoy seeing these and would like to see

more from 1973-80.

At 6:30, I suspect that Channels 2, 6, 13, and 19

were running a different show each night. The

practice of "stripping" a show five nights a week

didn't become practically universal until 1980.

I know that 42 began "stripping" in 1972 with

What's My Line?

A couple of notes. At 9 AM on 19, you show

Double Dare (the Alex Trebek-hosted show). How

could that be, if CBS was showing Here's Lucy?

Also, the name of the show at 10:30 AM on NBC

is It's Anybody's Guess. Essentially it was

Monty Hall's answer to Family Feud; he produced

and emceed it.


> Stations in region:

>

> Birmingham:

> 6 WBRC (ABC)

> 13 WAPI (NBC)

> 42 WBMG (CBS)

>

> Huntsville:

> 19 WHNT (CBS)

> 31 WAAY (NBC) => changed back to ABC on Dec 11, 1977

> 48 WYUR (ABC) => changed to NBC on Dec 11, 1977 (when WAAY

> switched from ABC to NBC in January 1968, this station was

> known as WSML 23 in Decatur until later in 1968)

>

> Nashville:

> "2" WNGE (ABC)

> "4" WSM (NBC)

> "5" WTVF (CBS)

>

> Tuscaloosa:

> 33 WCFT (CBS)

>

> Anniston:

> 40 WHMA (CBS)

>
> Columbus, Miss:

> 4 WCBI (ABC)

>

> Tupelo, Miss:

> 9 WTWV (NBC, ABC) (don't understand this double-affilation

> since the Columbus-Tupelo market had 2 stations at the time,

> one of them an ABC affilate)

>

> From 6 am Central Time

>

> 6 am

> "2" Good Morning America--Dan Hartman, Nancy Dussault

> "4" Morning Show--Emery

> "5", 19 CBS News--Bruce Morton, Hughes Rudd

> 13 Today--Tom Brokaw, Jane Pauley

> 15 Al Lester--Music

> 48 PTL Club--Religion

> 6.30

> 9 Arthur Smith--Music

> 31 Three Stooges--Comedy (BW)

> 6.40

> 42 Focus

> 6.45

> 4 News

> 33 Cartoons
> 6.55

> 40 News

> 42 Popeye--Cartoon

> 7 am

> 4, 48 Good Morning America--Dan Hartman, Nancy Dussault

> "4", 9, 15, 48 Today--Tom Brokaw, Jane Pauley

> "5" Old Times Singing Convention

> 6 Morning Show--Tom York

> 19 Mornin' Folks--Grady Reeves

> 33, 40, 42 CBS News--Bruce Morton, Hughes Rudd

> 7.30

> "2" Bozo--Children

> "5" Mornings on 5--kaiser

> 8 am

> "5", 19, 33, 40, 42 Captain Kangaroo

> 13 Dinah! (long-time talk show host was born Frances Rose

> Shore, 1919-94, known for her marriage to actor George

> Montgomery from 1943-62...they have 2 children)

> 8.05

> 6 Merv Griffin

> 8.30

> "2" Green Acres--Comedy

> 9 am

> "2" Morningwatch--Variety

> 4 Romper Room--Children


> "4" Phil Donahue

> "5", 33, 40, 42 Here's Lucy

> 9, 13, 15, 31 Sanford and Son

> 19 Double Dare

> 48 PTL Club--Religion

> 9.30

> 4, 6 $20,000 Pyramid (6 aired the same broadcast as "2", 48)

>

> "5", 19, 33, 43 Price is Right

> 9, 13, 15, 31 Hollywood Squares

> 40 PTL Club--Religion

> 10 am

> "2", 4, 6, 48 Happy Days

> "4", 9, 13, 15, 31 Wheel of Fortune

> 10.30

> "2", 4, 6, 48 Family Feud

> "4", 9, 13, 15, 31 It's Anybody's Game--Game

> "5", 19, 33, 40, 42 Love of Life--Serial

> 10.55

> "5", 19, 33, 40, 42 CBS News--Douglas Edwards

> 11 am

> "2", 4, 48 The Better Sex--Game

> "4", 9, 13, 31 Shoot For the Stars--Games

> "5", 19, 33, 40, 42 Young and the Restless--Serial

> 6 New Newlywed Game


> 15 PTL Club--Religion

> 11.30

> "2", 4, 6, 48 Ryan's Hope--Serial

> "4" Noon Show--Bart/Ganick

> "5", 19, 33, 40, 42 Search For Tomorrow--Serial

> 9, 13, 31 Chico and the Man

> 12 pm

> "2", 48 All My Children--Serial

> 4, 6, 13, 15, 19, 33, 40 News

> "5" To Tell the Truth

> 9 Dark Shadows--Serial

> 31 Mid-WAAY--Beston

> 42 Liars Club--Game

> 12.05

> 40 By the Way--Butler

> 12.10

> 33 Kaleidoscope--Variety

> 12.15

> 15 Bible Televist

> 19 Woman's Page/Weather

> 12.30

> 4, 6 All My Children--Serial

> "4", 9, 13, 15, 31 Days of Our Lives--Serial

> "5", 19, 33, 40, 42 As the World Turns--Serial

> 1 pm
> "2", 48 $20,000 Pyramid

> 1.30

> "2", 4, 6, 48 One Life to Live--Serial

> "4", 9, 13, 15, 31 Doctors--Serial

> "5", 19, 33, 40, 42 Guiding Light--Serial

> 2 pm

> "4", 9, 13, 15, 31 Another World--Serial

> "5", 19, 33, 40, 42 All in the Family

> 2.15

> "2", 4, 6, 48 General Hospital--Serial

> 2.30

> "5", 19, 33, 40, 42 Match Game

> 3 pm

> "2", 4, 6, 48 Edge of Night--Serial

> "4" New Mickey Mouse Club

> "5" Munsters--Comedy (BW)

> 9, 13, 15, 31 Gong Show

> 19, 33, 40, 42 Tattletales

> 3.30

> "2" Brady Bunch--Comedy

> 4 Beverly Hillbillies

> "4" Bewitched--Comedy

> "5" Gilligan's Island--Comedy

> 6 Bewitched--Comedy

> 9 Little Rascals--Comedy (BW)


> 13 New Mickey Mouse Club

> 15 As the World Turns--Serial

> 19 Little Rascals/Our Gang--Comedy

> 31 Bugs Bunny/Porgy Pig--Cartoon

> 33 Andy Griffith--Comedy

> 40 Price is Right

> 42 Fred Flintstone and Friends--Cartoon

> 48 Superman--Adventure

> 4 pm

> "2" Bonanza--Western

> 4 Gunsmoke--Western

> "4", 6 Emergency One!--Drama

> "5" Gomer Pyle, USMC

> 9 Gilligan's Island (BW)

> 13 Partridge Family--Comedy

> 19 Brady Bunch--Comedy

> 31 Star Trek--Science Fiction

> 33 Hogan's Heroes--Comedy

> 42 Gilligan's Island

> 48 Beverly Hillbillies

> 4.30

> "5" Doris Day--Comedy

> 9 Brady Bunch--Comedy

> 13 Beverly Hillbillies (BW)

> 15 Guiding Light--Serial


> 19 Gunsmoke--Western

> 33 Star Trek--Science Fiction

> 40 Rookies

> 42 Brady Bunch--Comedy

> 48 Andy Griffith--Comedy (BW)

> 4.55

> 6 News

> 5 pm

> "2" Family Affair--Comedy

> 4 Andy Griffith--Comedy

> "4" My Three Sons--Comedy

> "5" Mary Tyler Moore--Comedy

> 6 ABC News--Harry Reasoner, Barbara Walters

> 9 Bewitched--Comedy

> 13 News

> 15 Chico and the Man

> 31 My Three Sons--Comedy

> 42 Lucy Show

> 48 Rifleman--Western (BW)

> 5.25

> "4" Weather

> 5.30

> "2", 4, 48 ABC News--Harry Reasoner, Barbara Walters

> "4", 9, 13, 31 NBC News--John Chancellor, David Brinkley

> "5", 19, 33, 42 CBS News--Walter Cronkite


> 6, 15, 40 News

> 6 pm

> "2", 4, "4", "5", 9, 13, 19, 31, 48 News

> 6 To Tell the Truth

> 40 CBS News--Walter Cronkite

> 42 Cross-Wits--Game

> 6.30

> "2" Marty Robbins' Spotlight--Variety

> 4 My Three Sons--Comedy

> "5" Cross-Wits--Game

> 6 Hollywood Squares--Game

> 9 To Tell the Truth

> 13 Family Feud--Game

> 15 NBC News--John Chancellor, David Brinkley

> 19 $100,000 Name That Tune--Game

> 31 Bewitched--Comedy (BW)

> 33 Brady Bunch--Comedy

> 40 Mary Tyler Moore--Comedy

> 42 Concentration

> 48 Mary Tyler Moore--Comedy

>

> It's noteworthy to say that 15 cleared two of then-CBS'

> top-rated soap operas:

> "As the World Turns" and "Guiding Light". 6 didn't clear

> "Good Morning America" at all.


>

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> > It's noteworthy to say that 15 cleared two of then-CBS'

> > top-rated soap operas:

> > "As the World Turns" and "Guiding Light".

>

> Until it became the UPN station for the Huntsville-Decatur

> market, Ch. 15 did not invest a lot of money into

> programming for non-network hours. It was probably the

> cheapest way that they could fill the schedule between 3:30

> and 5:30.

Of course, I wonder how strong ch.19's signal was at the time in the Florence area, where ch.15
was based.

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Re: Retro: Northern Alabama TV Guide, Daytime, Sept 26-30, 1977

> > > It's noteworthy to say that 15 cleared two of then-CBS'

> > > top-rated soap operas:

> > > "As the World Turns" and "Guiding Light".

>>

> > Until it became the UPN station for the Huntsville-Decatur

>

> > market, Ch. 15 did not invest a lot of money into

> > programming for non-network hours. It was probably the

> > cheapest way that they could fill the schedule between

> 3:30

> > and 5:30.

>

> Of course, I wonder how strong ch.19's signal was at the

> time in the Florence area, where ch.15 was based.

>

I seem to recall that when As The World Turns was a half-hour

show, Ch. 15 carried the live feed (in both senses, since the

show itself was done live) at 12:30 (Central). When I lived

in Alabama, the 12:30 show on NBC was Three On A Match (with


Bill Cullen), but Ch. 15 elected to go with the more popular

CBS soap, the number-one show in daytime then.

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Re: Retro: Northern Alabama TV Guide, Daytime, Sept 26-30, 1977

> At 6:30, I suspect that Channels 2, 6, 13, and 19

> were running a different show each night. The

> practice of "stripping" a show five nights a week

> didn't become practically universal until 1980.

> I know that 42 began "stripping" in 1972 with

> What's My Line?

"2", "5", 6, 13, 19, 33, 40 all aired a different show each weeknight at 6.30 pm Central.

15 aired NBC News at 6.30 in 1977.

> A couple of notes. At 9 AM on 19, you show

> Double Dare (the Alex Trebek-hosted show). How

> could that be, if CBS was showing Here's Lucy?


9 am

"2" Morningwatch--Variety

4 Romper Room--Children

"4" Phil Donahue

"5", 33, 40, 42 Here's Lucy

9, 13, 15, 31 Sanford and Son

19 Double Dare

48 PTL Club--Religion

"Double Dare" aired on CBS from December 1976 to April 1977, according to

http://members.aol.com/tdelegge1/myh...oubledare.html.

> Also, the name of the show at 10:30 AM on NBC

> is It's Anybody's Guess. Essentially it was

> Monty Hall's answer to Family Feud; he produced

> and emceed it.

10.30

"2", 4, 6, 48 Family Feud

"4", 9, 13, 15, 31 It's Anybody's Guess--Game

"5", 19, 33, 40, 42 Love of Life--Serial

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Retro: Northern Alabama TV Guide, Primetime and Late Night, Sept 10-16 1977

This schedule is interesting, partly because of Tuesday night (Sept 13,

1977) when "Soap" premiered on ABC at 9.30 pm Eastern/8.30 pm Central.

Sat Sept 10

7 pm

"2" Welcome Back, Kotter

["Fish" started its 2nd season at that time on Sept 17]

4, 6, 33, 40, 48 Billy Graham Crusade

Special: 5th program from Notre Dame University in South Bend, Ind. (60 min)

"4", 9, 13, 15, 31 Bionic Woman

Return: 3rd season opener (moved from ABC to NBC)

"5", 19, 42 State Fair America--Documentary

Special: (2 hr)

["Bob Newhart" (6th season), "We've Got It Made" (new series), "The Jeffersons" (4th), and
"Tony Randall"(2nd, an ABC import) were in that time slot beginning on Sept 24.]

8 pm

"2", 4, 6, 48 Washington: Behind Closed Doors--Drama

Part 5 of 6. (2 hr)

["Starsky and Hutch" (3rd) and "The Love Boat" (2nd) aired here as of Sept 17]

"4", 9, 13, 15, 31 Movie--Crime Drama

Clint Eastwood in the first of 3 "Dirty Harry" movies (1971, repeat, 2 hr)

[NBC plans an announcement warning that the movie may not to suitable for all family
members. Movie starts the 16th season of "NBC Saturday Night at the Movies".]

33 State Fair America--Documentary

Special: 60 min.

[Join in progress]

40 Celebral Palsy Telethon

[Continued from a 6-7 pm airing]

9 pm

"5", 19, 33, 40, 42 Miss America Pageant

Special: Bert Parks and Phyllis George hosted the 58th annual event live from Atlantic City, N.J. (2
hr)

[New series "Rafferty" aired from 9-10 pm Central beginning on Sept 17]

10 pm

"2", "4", 6, 13 News

4, 48 ABC News--Tom Jarrel

9 Adam-12--Crime Drama

15 Andy Williams--Variety

31 Mission: Impossible--Adventure

10.15

4 Soul Train--Music

48 Alabama Outdoors

10.30

"2" Space: 1999--Science Fiction

"4", 9, 15 Saturday Night

Hosted by then-Georgia State Sen. Julian Bond (repeat, 90 min)

6 Cerebral Palsy Telethon

Special: 24th annual event (18 hr 30 min)


13 Movie--Comedy

"Divorce American Style" (1967), starting Dick Van Dyke and Debbie Reynolds

11 pm

"5" News

19 Marty Robbin's Spotlight--Variety

Debut: A country-variety show hosted by Marty Robbins

31 Saturday Night

[Joined in progress]

33 40 Jerry Falwell--Religion

42 Pilot--Drama

Donna Mills plays a "Woman on the Run", a show not on CBS's 1977 fall schedule.

(60 min)

[Aired on Wed Sept 7 at 9 pm Central on "5", 19, 40]

48 Movie--Mystery (BW)

"Call Northside 777" (1948), starting James Stewart

11.15

4 Movie--To be announced

11.30

"2" Movie--Crime Drama

"Bullitt" (1968), starting Steve McQueen

"5" Wanted Dead or Alive (BW)

19 Nashville on the Road--Music

12 am

"4" Movie--Mystery (BW)

"Charlie Chan in Rio" (1941), starting Sidney Toler


"5" News

9 Movie--Western

"Welcome to Hard Times" (1967), starting Aldo Ray and Henry Fonda

15 Movies--To be announced

19 Movie--Comedy

"Those Magnificent Men in Their Flying Machines" (1965)

Sun Sept 11

6 pm

"2", 4, 6, 48 Hardy Boys/Nancy Drew

2nd season opener

"4", 9, 13, 15, 31 Wonderful World of Disney

"The Mystery of Dracula's Castle" (1973) (repeat, 2 hr)

[The 24th season opener aired on Sept 18]

"5", 19, 33, 40, 42 60 Minutes

10th season opener with Mike Wallace, Morley Safer, and Dan Rather

7 pm

"2", 4, 6, 48 Six Million Dollar Man

5th season opener

"5" Billy Graham Crusade

Special: 5th program from Notre Dame University in South Bend, Ind. (60 min)

19, 33, 40, 42 Making of "The Deep"--Documentary

Special: Robert Shaw, the main star of the 1977 flick, narrated (60 min)

["Rhoda" opened its 4th season on Oct 2 at 7 pm Central. "On Our Own"
premiered on Oct 9 at 7.30 pm.]

8 pm

"2", 4, 6, 48 Washington: Behind Closed Doors--Drama

Part 6 of 6 (2 hr)

[Pre-empted the "ABC Sunday Night Movie"]

"4", 9, 13, 15, 31 Emmy Awards

Special: Robert Blake and Angie Dickinson hosted the 29th annual event live from Hollywood,
Calif. (2 hr)

"5", 19, 33, 40, 42 Movie--Western

John Wayne starred in "Cahill, United States Marshall" (1973) (repeat, 2 hr)

["All in the Family" aired its 8th season opener in a one-hour special on Oct 2 from 7.30 to 8.30
pm and moved to 8 pm on Oct 9. "Alice" aired its 2nd season opener at 8.30 pm, followed by the
5th season opener of "Kojak" at 9 pm, both starting on Oct 2. New time for "Kojak"]

10 pm

"2", "4", "5", 6, 9, 13, 19, 31 News

4, 48 ABC News--Bill Beutel

15 Dr. E. J. Daniels Presents Happiness Is--Religion

33, 40 Church Service--Baptist

42 CBS News--Ed Bradley

10.15

4 700 Club--Religion

19 CBS News--Ed Bradley

42, 48 Ernest Angley--Religion

10.30

"2" Wrestling

"4" Second City T.V.--Comedy

Debut:
"5" Perry Mason (BW)

6 Movie--Drama (BW)

"The President's Lady" (1953), starred Charlton Heston and Susan Hayward (2 hr)

9, 13, 15 Movie--Adventure

Michael Caine starred in "Billion Dollar Brain" (1967). Also featured Karl Malden of "The Streets
of San Francisco" and Ed Begley. (2 hr)

19 Accent--Discussion

31 Jerry Falwell--Religion

10.45

33, 40 CBS News--Ed Bradley

11 pm

"4" Movie--Crime Drama

"The File of the Golden Goose" (English, 1969), starred Yul Brynner.

Featured Edward Woodward of the 1980s CBS hit "The Equalizer". (2 hr)

19 Movie--Documentary

"Guadalcanal Odessey" (1974) was narrated by Leslie Nielsen. (2 hr)

40 PTL Club--Religion

11.15

4 Mississippi Game and Fish Commission

42 Big Valley--Western

48 PTL Club--Religion

11.30

"2" New Life Hour

4 Night Gallery

"5" Face the Nation

31 Dialogue--Discussion
12 am

"2" ABC News--Bill Beutel

"5" Gopsel Guitar

12.15

42 Alabama Speaks

12.30

"5" News

6 ABC News--Bill Beutel

1.15

48 Directions

Mon Sept 12

7 pm

"2", 4, 6, 48 Lucan--Drama

Debut:

[This series will be shown on an irregular basis throughout the season. The one-hour comedy
"The San Pedro Beach Bums" premiered in this slot on Sept 19.]

"4", 9, 13, 15, 31 Little House on the Prairie

4th season opener

"5" Gunsmoke--Western

19, 33, 40, 42 Young Dan'l Boone--Adventure

Debut:

8 pm

"2", 4, 6, 48 College Football

Special: UCLA Bruins vs. Houston Cougars in Houston. (Live)


["Monday Night Football" returned on Sept 19 (9th season).]

"4", 9, 13, 15, 31 Movie--Drama

LeVar Burton in a 1977 world premiere called "Billy: Portrait of a Street Kid" (2 hr)

"5", 19, 33, 40, 42 Betty White--comedy

Debut: "Mary Tyler Moore"'s Betty White gets her own show...with John Hillerman and Georgia
Engel.

8.30

"5", 19, 33, 40, 42 Maude

6th season opener of series starting future "Golden Girls" (1985-92) Bea Arthur and Ruth
McClanahan, along with Bill Macy and Conrad Bain.

9 pm

"5", 19, 33, 40, 42 Rafferty--Drama

[Debuted on Labor Day, Sept 5 1977]

10 pm

"4", "5", 9, 15, 19, 31, 33, 40, 42 News

13 Marcus Welby, M.D.--Drama

10.30

"4", 9, 15, 31 Johnny Carson

"5" WTVF Reports

19, 33, 40, 42 Movie--Drama

Susan Clark starred in "Babe", a 1975 TV-movie (2 hr)

11 pm

"2", 4, 6, 13, 48 News

"5" Young Dan'l Boone--Adventure

Debut:

11.30
"2" College Football '77--Bill Flemming

Return:

[Series normally aired on Sundays at 12 pm Eastern/11 am Central on ABC Sports during the fall
months]

4 USM Playback

6 FBI--Crime Drama

13 Johnny Carson

48 Alfred Hitchcock--Drama (BW)

12 am

"2" Wrestling

"4", 9, 15, 31 Tommorrow--Tom Snyder

"5" News

12.30

"5" Movie--Comedy (BW)

"Our Men in Havana" (English, 1960), starred Alec Guiness. (2 hr)

6 Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman--Serial

1 am

"2" PTL club--Religion

9 News

13 Tommorrow--Tom Snyder

15 Movies--To be announced

3 am

"2" News

3.30

"2" Movie--Biography

"Villa Rides" (1968), with Robert Mitchum and Charles Bronson. (2 hr)
Tue Sept 13

7 pm

"2", 4, 6, 48 Happy Days

6th season opener

[Expanded to one hour. "Laverne and Shirley" aired its 3rd season opener on Sept 20 at 8.30 pm
Central.]

"4", 9, 13, 15, 31 Richard Pryor--Variety

Debut:

"5", 19, 33, 40, 42 Boxing

Special: CBS Sports presented 4 fights from Los Angeles (Live)

[Pre-empted "The Fitzpatricks", which debuted on Sept 5 at 8 pm and slipped into this time slot
on Sept 20, and "The CBS Tuesday Night Movie".]

8 pm

"2", 4, 48 Three's Company

2nd season opener

"4", 9, 13, 15, 31 Movie--Comedy

Joanna Pettet starred in a 1977 world premiere called "Sex and the Married Woman" (2 hr)

6 Gunsmoke--Western

8.30

"2" Family

Return: 3rd season opener

[Normal time slot was 9 pm Central]

4 Soap--Comedy

Debut: Featured stars like Katherine Helmond, Richard Mulligan, Billy Crystal, Robert Guillaume,
and Ted Wass.
[ABC plans an announcement warning that this episode may not be suitable for all family
members]

48 Muppet Show--Variety

9 pm

4, 6, 48 Family

Return: 3rd season opener

9.30

"2" Soap--Comedy

Debut: Featured stars like Katherine Helmond, Richard Mulligan, Billy Crystal, Robert Guillaume,
and Ted Wass.

[ABC plans an announcement warning that this episode may not be suitable for all family
members; normal time slot was 8.30 pm]

10 pm

"2", 4, "4", "5", 6, 9, 15, 19, 31, 33, 40, 42, 48 News

13 Marcus Welby, M.D.--Drama

10.30

"2" Adam-12--Crime Drama

4, 48 Movie--Mystery

Barbara Perkins in "Christine" (Canadian, 1974) (2 hr)

"4", 9, 15, 31 Johnny Carson

"5" Ironside--Crime Drama

6 FBi--Crime Drama

19, 33, 40, 42 Kojak--Drama

11 pm

"2" Movie--Mystery

Barbara Perkins in "Christine" (Canadian, 1974) (2 hr)

13 News
11.30

"5" Wanted Dead or Alive (BW)

6 Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman

13 Johnny Carson

11.40

19, 33, 40, 42 Toma--Crime Drama

[Note: An ABC series repeated on CBS Late Night]

12 am

"4", 9, 15, 31 Tomorrow--Tom Snyder

"5" News

6 Movie--Mystery

Barbara Perkins in "Christine" (Canadian, 1974) (2 hr)

12.30

"5" Movie--Drama

Patty Duke in "My Sweet Caroline" (1970)

48 Alfred Hitchcock--Drama (BW)

1 am

"2" PTL club--Religion

9 News

13 Tomorrow--Tom Snyder

15 Movies--To be announced

3 am

"2' News

3.30

"2" Movie--Adventure
Alan Ladd in "Botany Bay" (1953)

Wed Sept 14

6.30

40 Jacksonville State Football Review

[Lasted for 60 min]

7 pm

"2", 4, 6, 48 Eight is Enough

The 2nd season opener starts without Diana Hyland, who played actor Dick Van Dyke's first wife
Joan Bradford of 25 years (passed on on Mar 27 1977). Tom Bradford is a widower with 8 kids. I
recently learned that the show premiered on Mar 15, 1977, which meant that Hyland was only
in 4 episodes. According to timstvshowcase.com/8enough.html, "For the remainder of the first
season she was simply described as being "away." At the start of season two Tom had become a
widower, his wife having died about a year ago. He soon found romance in the person of Abby
Abbott, a pretty schoolteacher who had come to the Bradford home to tutor one of the children.
Their romance blossomed, and they were married in a special two hour episode on November 9,
1977".

"4", 9, 13, 15, 31 Boxing

Special: NBC Sports presented 4 matches from Las Vegas, including Ken Norton, who was the No.
1 contender for Muhammad Ali's (ala Cassius Clay) crown. (Live)

[Two new shows, "The Oregon Trail" and "Big Hawaii", debutted on Sept 21 in that slot]

"5", 19, 33, 42 Movie--Adventure

Nicholas Hammond as "Spider-Man", a 1977 world-premiere special. one of 4 "Spider-Man"


movies that aired on CBS (90 min)

["Good Times" aired its 4th season opener as a 60 min special on Sept 21 from

7-8 pm Central. Adam Arkin's comedy, "Busting Loose", debutted on Sept 28 at 7.30 pm.]

7.30

40 Saboteurs of Telemark--Documentary

8 pm
"2", 4, 6, 48 Charlie's Angels

Cheryl Ladd replaced then Farah Fawcett-Majors as the series entered its 2nd season (2 hr)

["Baretta" aired its 3rd season premiere on Sept 28]

8.30

"5", 19, 33, 40 Movie--Crime Drama

Will Sampson starred in the 1977 world-premiere film called "Relentless" (1 hr 40 min)

42 Movie--Crime Drama

Hal Linden starred in the 1973 TV-movie "Mr Inside/Mr Outside" (1 hr 40 min)

[Pre-empted "The CBS Wednesday Night Movie"]

10 pm

"2", 4, "4", 6, 9, 15, 31, 48 News

13 Marcus Welby, M.D.--Drama

10.10

"5", 19, 33, 40, 42 News

10.30

"2" Adam-12--Crime Drama

4, 48 Starsky and Hutch--crime Drama

"4", 9, 15, 31 Johnny Carson

"5" Ironside--Crime Drama

6 FBi--Crime Drama

10.40

19, 33, 40, 42 Hawaii Five-0--Drama

11 pm

"2" Starsky and Hutch--Crime Drama

13 News
11.30

"5" Wanted Dead or Alive (BW)

6 Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman

13 Johnny Carson

11.40

4, 48 Mystery of the Week

Carol Lynley in "If It's a man, Hang Up"

11.50

19, 33, 40, 42 Movie--Drama

E.G. Marshall in the 1973 TV-movie "Money to Burn" (1 hr 35 min)

12 am

"4", 9, 15, 31 Tomorrow--Tom Snyder

"5" News

6 Starsky and Hutch--Crime Drama

12.10

"2" Mystery of the Week

Carol Lynley in "If It's a man, Hang Up"

12.30

"5" Movie--Thiller (BW)

Claude Rains and Gloria Steward in "The Invisible Man" (1933)

48 Alfred Hitchcock--Drama (BW)

1 am

9 News

13 Tomorrow--Tom Snyder

15 Movies--To be announced
1.10

6 Mystery of the Week

Carol Lynley in "If It's a man, Hang Up"

1.40

"2" PTL club--Religion

3.40 am

"2' News

Th Sept 15

7 pm

"2", 4, 6, 48 Welcome Back, Kotter

3rd season opener (60 min)

["What's Happening" opened its 3rd season on Sept 22 at 7.30 pm Central]

"4", 9, 13, 15, 31 CHiPs--Crime Drama

Debut: Starred Erik Estrada and Larry Wilcox

"5", 19, 33, 40, 42 Waltons

6th season opener

8 pm

"2", 4, 6, 48 Barney Miller

4th season opener

"4", 9, 13, 15, 31 Rock Music Awards

Special: Hosted by Peter Frampton and Cher (Live, 2 hr)

[New series "Man From Atlantis" with Patrick Duffy and "Rosetti and Ryan" premiered on Sept
22]

"5", 19, 33, 40, 42 Hawaii Five-O


10th season opener

8.30

"2", 4, 6, 48 Carter Country--Comedy

Debut: Kene Holliday and Victor French starred

9 pm

"2", 4, 48 Redd Foxx--Variety

Debut: Redd Foxx, born John Elroy Sanford (1922-91), abandoned his successful NBC comedy
"Sanford and Son" for this short-live variety series. Among the first guess was LaWanda Page. (60
min)

"5", 19, 33, 40, 42 Barnaby Jones

Buddy Edsen, of "Beverly Hillbillies" fame, started a 6th season. The late gay actor Robert Reed
(John Robert Rietz, 1932-92) guest starred in this episode.

6 To be announced

[6 did air the remaining 5 episodes of the "Redd Foxx Comedy Hour"]

10 pm

"2", 4, "4", "5", 6, 9, 15, 19, 31, 33, 40, 42, 48 News

13 Marcus Welby, M.D.--Drama

10.30

"2" Adam-12--Crime Drama

4, 48 Police Story--Crime Drama

[An NBC series repeated on ABC Late Night]

"4", 9, 15, 31 Johnny Carson

"5" Gunsmoke--Western

6 FBI--Crime Drama

19, 33, 40, 42 Movie--Crime Drama

Charles Bronson in "Cold Sweat" (1971) (1 hr 55 min)

11 pm
"2" Police Story--Crime Drama

13 News

11.30

"5" Wanted Dead or Alive (BW)

6 Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman

13 Johnny Carson

11.40

4, 48 Late, Great 1968

Henry Gibson hosted this documentary into the assassinations of Robert F. Kennedy and the Rev.
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., along with the early stages of the Vietnam War, the Democratic
National Convention in Chicago, and the election of then-former Vice President Richard M. Nixon
to the White House. (90 min)

12 am

"4", 9, 15, 31 Tomorrow--Tom Snyder

"5" News

6 Police Story--Crime Drama

12.10

"2" Late, Great 1968

Henry Gibson hosted this documentary. (90 min)

12.30

"5" Movie--Drama

Rock Hudson and George Peppard in "Tobruk" (1968) (2 hr)

1 am

9 News

13 Tomorrow--Tom Snyder

15 Movies--To be announced

1.10
6 Late, Great 1968

Henry Gibson hosted this documentary. (90 min)

48 Alfred Hitchcock--Drama (BW)

1.40

"2" PTL club--Religion

3.40

"2' News

4.10

"2" Movie--Documentary

"Alaska Safari" (1973)

Fri Sept 16

7 pm

"2", 4, 6, 48 Making of "Star Wars"

The original 1977 blockbuster mega-hit (now one of 6 films in the series, retitled "Star Wars: A
New Hope") was narrated by "Droid" stars C-3PO and R2-D2.

[The 3rd season opener of "Donny and Marie" aired on Sept 23 at that time slot]

"4", 9, 13, 15, 31 Sanford Arms--Comedy

Debut: Redd Foxx and Demond Wilson left the series "Sanford and Son" (1972-77) to Theodore
Wilson. Former series regulars LaWanda Page and Whitman Mayo also starred in revamped
comedy.

"5", 19, 33, 40, 42 Wonder Woman

Return: Lynda Carter and Lyle Waggoner series moved from ABC to CBS to open the series 3rd
season. The concept was started as a four-minute short on the 1972 ABC cartoon "The Brady
Kids". Two years later, ABC aired a made-for-TV movie starting Cathy Lee Crosby (the costume
Crosby wore was ****ing ridiculous!). In 1975, Lynda Carter started in the 2nd ABC film, which
led to the series, which debutted in March 1976 on ABC. (90 min)
7.30

"4", 9, 13, 15, 31 Chico and the Man

Jack Albertson started the 4th season without his co-star Freddie Prinze, committed suicide on
Jan 29, 1977 (born Frederick Karl Pruetzel 1954-77). The new "Chico" was 12 yo Raul Garcia,
played by Gabriel Melgar. Della Reese and Scatman Crothers also starred. Last original episode
aired Jul 7, 1978 after a 6 month gap following the death of Prinze.

8 pm

"2", 4, 6, 48 Movie--Thiller

An all-star cast in the 1977 world-premiere film "The Curse of the Black Widow" (2 hr)

"4", 9, 13, 15, 31 Rockford Files

James Garner opened the 4th season investigating himself, sort of speak.

8.30

"5", 19, 33, 40, 42 Logan's Run--Science Fiction

Debut: A CBS 1976 TV movie made into a short-live series starring Gregory Harrison. (90 min)

[Normal time slot was from 8-9 pm Central. "Switch" opened its 3rd season from 9-10 pm on
Sept 23.]

9 pm

"4", 9, 13, 15, 31 Quincy

Jack Klugman's whodunit opened its 2nd season. Started on Oct 3, 1976

as part of the 1976-77 "NBC Sunday Mystery Movie" (the others being

"Columbo" (ala Peter Falk), "McCloud" (ala Dennis Weaver), and

"McMillan and Wife" (starred Rock Hudson and Susan Saint James). After

4 episodes (Oct 3, 10, Nov 28 1976, and Jan 2, 1977), the series earned

this time slot on Friday nights as a weekly series on Feb 4, 1977. Run

ended on May 11 1983.

10 pm

"2", 4, "4", "5", 6, 9, 15, 19, 31, 33, 40, 42, 48 News
13 Marcus Welby, M.D.--Drama

10.30

"2" Adam-12--Crime Drama

4, 48 Baretta--Crime Drama

"4", 9, 15, 31 Johnny Carson

"5" Gunsmoke--Western

6 FBi--Crime Drama

19, 33, 40, 42 MASH

11 pm

"2" Baretta--Crime Drama

13 News

11.05

19, 33, 40, 42 Kojak--Crime Drama

11.30

"5" Wanted Dead or Alive (BW)

6 Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman

13 Johnny Carson

11.40

48 Alfred Hitchcock--Drama (BW)

12 am

"4", 9, 15, 31 Midnight Special

Hosted that week by David Brenner. (90 min)

"5" News

6 Baretta--Crime Drama

12.10
"2" Soul Train--Music

48 Movie--Drama (BW)

Jean Peters and Anthony Quinn in "Viva Zapata" (1952) (1 hr 45 min)

12.30

"5" Movie--Western (BW)

Ida Lupino and Glenn Ford in "Lust For Gold" (1949) (2 hr)

1 am

9 News

13 Midnight Special

Hosted that week by David Brenner. (90 min)

1.10

"2" PTL club--Religion

6 Bonanza--Western

1.30

9 Movie--Drama (BW)

Van Johnson in "Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo" (1944) (3 hr)

15 Movies--To be announced

2.10

6 Maverick--Western (BW)

3.10

"2" News

3.40

"2" Movie--Drama

Sterling Hayden in "The Last Command" (1955) (1 hr 50 min)

4.30
9 Movie--Musical

Robert Walker in "Till the Clouds Roll By" (1948) (2 hr)

[Note: After this movie, NBC stations "4", 9, 13, 15, 31 began its

Saturday morning cartoons with "Pink Panther" at 6.30 am Central]

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> This schedule is interesting, partly because of Tuesday

> night (Sept 13,

>

> 1977) when "Soap" premiered on ABC at 9.30 pm Eastern/8.30

> pm Central.

>

> Tue Sept 13

>

> 8.30
> "2" Family

> 4 Soap--Comedy

> 9 pm

> 4, 6, 48 Family

> 9.30

> "2" Soap--Comedy

I read somewhere that, during Soap's run, ABC offered two feeds on nights that Soap was on, as
a service to stations that wanted to show Soap, but at a later hour, which is why Soap and Family
was seen at different times.

Of course, Soap was so controversial, some stations (like 6 and 48), pre-empted the show
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> Tuesday

7:00 P.M. Happy Days

This was the 5th season opener where The Cunninghams,Fonzie,Ralph,Potsie,and Chachi all go
to Hollywood. Also the episode where Fonzie jumps the shark. That's where the website "Jump
The Shark" comes from.
12:30 A.M. Movie

Movie: Patty Duke in My Sweet Caroline(1970)

Should this movie be "My Sweet Charlie"?? You must be thinking about Neil Diamond's song
Sweet Caroline which came out that year.

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> > This schedule is interesting, partly because of Tuesday

> > night (Sept 13,

>>

> > 1977) when "Soap" premiered on ABC at 9.30 pm Eastern/8.30

>

> > pm Central.

>>

> > Tue Sept 13

>>

> > 8.30

> > "2" Family


> > 4 Soap--Comedy

> > 9 pm

> > 4, 6, 48 Family

> > 9.30

> > "2" Soap--Comedy

>

> I read somewhere that, during Soap's run, ABC offered two

> feeds on nights that Soap was on, as a service to stations

> that wanted to show Soap, but at a later hour, which is why

> Soap and Family was seen at different times.

That was certainly true in Texas. WFAA/8 Dallas/Ft. Worth

ran Soap at 8:30, Family at 9. KSAT/12, in heavily-Catholic

San Antonio, ran Family at 8:30, Soap at 9:30. Rumor had it

that Diana Canova's character, Corinne, would seduce her Jesuit

priest. As it turned out, it didn't happen.

By January 1978 the show had changed direction and become more

of a murder mystery. The split feed was dropped, and KSAT began

airing Soap at 8:30.

Soap also apparently offended some station managers in conservative

Protestant areas. WRAL/5 Raleigh/Durham and WCCB/18 Charlotte didn't carry

it, either; Charlotte didn't start getting Soap until ABC switched to
WSOC/9 in July 1978.

>

> Of course, Soap was so controversial, some stations (like 6

> and 48), pre-empted the show altogether.

>

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IIRC, WBRC-6 ran "Three's Company" and "Soap" on Mondays after the 11:00 pm news on a 6-
day delay. When it first debuted, they carried "Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman" Tuesday-Saturday
instead of Monday-Friday because of Monday Night Football.

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> > Tuesday

> 7:00 P.M. Happy Days


> This was the 5th season opener where The

> Cunninghams,Fonzie,Ralph,Potsie,and Chachi all go to

> Hollywood. Also the episode where Fonzie jumps the shark.

> That's where the website "Jump The Shark" comes from.

Well that little bit of TV stuff was revealed in some underlying way during the Happy Days
reunion special last year.

>

> 12:30 A.M. Movie

>

> Movie: Patty Duke in My Sweet Caroline(1970)

> Should this movie be "My Sweet Charlie"?? You must be

> thinking about Neil Diamond's song Sweet Caroline which came

> out that year.

>

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Phil, I thank you for including your source in the subject line, but remind you that we would all
find it useful if you would identify the stations by call letters/COL/network affiliation at the top.

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Stations, calls and affiliates

BIRMINGHAM

6-WBRC ABC

13-WAPI NBC

42-WBMG CBS

HUNTSVILLE

19-WHNT CBS

31-WAAY NBC

48-WMSL ABC

NASHVILLE

"2"-WNGE ABC

"4"-WSM NBC

"5"-WLAC CBS

COLUMBUS/TUPELO
4-WCBI ABC

9-WTVA NBC

FLORENCE

15-WOWL NBC

TUSCALOOSA

33-WCFT CBS

ANNISTON

40-WHMA CBS

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> NASHVILLE

> "5"-WLAC CBS

>

> COLUMBUS/TUPELO

> 9-WTVA NBC

A few corrections: By 1977, WLAC was known as WTVF. Also in '77...WTVA was known as
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Re: Retro: Northern Alabama TV Guide, Primetime and Late Night, Sept 10-16 1977

In the Illinois-Wisconsin edition of "TV Guide" all four ABC stations in that directory, WLS-
7/Chicago, WISN-12/Milwaukee, WREX-13/Rockford(Now a NBC affil) and WKOW-27/Madison
aired "Family" at 8:30 and "Soap" at 9:30.

However one has to wonder with that dual feed were there any others ABC affils, especially in
the Eastern, Mountain, and Pacific time zones, that also did this?

> In the Illinois-Wisconsin edition of "TV Guide" all four ABC

> stations in that directory, WLS-7/Chicago,

> WISN-12/Milawukee, WREX-13/Rockford(Now a NBC affil) and

> WKOW-27/Madison aired "Family" at 8:30 and "Soap" at 9:30.


>

> However one has to wonder with that dual feed were there any

> others ABC affils, especially in the Eastern, Mountain, and

> Pacific time zones, that also did this?

>

I think the dual feed only applied in the Central and Mountain

time zones, where Soap played at 8:30. Some of the content on

the early episodes might not have been appropriate for that time.

As best I recall, Soap aired at 9:30, Family at 10 on all Eastern

and Pacific stations carrying them both.

Retro: Atlanta Monday, June 6, 1977

From the Atlanta Constitution. Schedules run

7 AM-1 AM unless otherwise indicated.

WSB Ch. 2 (NBC)

7 AM Today

9 AM Hollywood Squares

9:30 Name That Tune (second short-lived

NBC daytime version, with Tom Kennedy)

10 AM Sanford And Son

10:30 Today In Georgia

11 AM Wheel Of Fortune

11:30 Shoot For The Stars


12 N News

12:30 Divorce Court

1 PM Liars Club

1:30 Days Of Our Lives

2:30 The Doctors

3 PM Another World

4 PM Doris Day

4:30 Odd Couple

5 PM The FBI

6 PM News

7 PM NBC News

7:30 In Search Of...

8 PM Little House On The Prairie

9 PM Movie: "P.J." (since this is

pre-emption-happy WSB, I can't

tell you if this is NBC's movie

or one of their own)

11 PM News

11:30 Tonight Show

1 AM Tomorrow

2 AM News

WAGA Ch. 5 (CBS)

7 AM CBS Morning News


8 AM Captain Kangaroo

9 AM Donahue

10 AM Here's Lucy

10:30 Price Is Right

11:30 Love Of Life

11:55 CBS News

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 PM All In The Family

3:30 Bewitched

4 PM I Dream Of Jeannie

4:30 Mike Douglas

6 PM News

7 PM CBS News

7:30 Match Game PM

8 PM Andrew Young: Ambassador

(he was Jimmy Carter's

ambassador to the UN)

8:30 Jazz Circle

9 PM Testimony Of Two Men

10 PM Sonny And Cher

11 PM News
11:30 Kojak

12:40 Cool Million

WGTV Ch. 8 (PBS)

4 PM Sesame Street

5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

5:30 Sesame Street

6:30 Withit

7 PM Guppies

7:30 Atlanta Week In Review

8 PM Decades Of Decision

9 PM The Pallisers

10 PM Documentary Showcase

11 PM Movie: "Ecstasy"

WXIA Ch. 11 (ABC)

7 AM Good Morning America

9 AM Merv Griffin

10:30 Edge Of Night

11 AM Happy Days

11:30 Family Feud

12 N News

12:30 Ryan's Hope


1 PM All My Children

2 PM $20,000 Pyramid

2:30 One Life To Live

3:15 General Hospital

4 PM Daniel Boone

5 PM Medical Center

6 PM News

6:30 ABC News

7 PM Concentration

7:30 To Tell The Truth

8 PM Blansky's Beauties

8:30 Baseball: Teams TBA

11 PM News (time approximate)

11:30 Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman

12 M Streets Of San Francisco

1:10 Toma

WTCG Ch. 17 (Ind.)

7 AM Three Stooges And Little

Rascals

8 AM Lassie

8:30 Leave It To Beaver

9 AM Hazel

9:30 Lucy (don't know if this is


I Love Lucy or The Lucy Show--

Turner had them both)

10 AM Movie: "Redhead From Wyoming"

(Maureen O'Hara)

12 N Perry Mason

1 PM Movie: "Air Cadet"

3 PM Flintstones

3:30 The Archies

4 PM New Mickey Mouse Club

4:30 Addams Family

5 PM I Love Lucy

5:30 Hazel

6 PM Father Knows Best

6:30 Andy Griffith

7 PM That Girl

7:30 Dragnet (w/Harry Morgan)

8 PM Let's Go To The Races

8:30 American Lifestyle

9 PM Movie: "Six Bridges To Cross"

11 PM All That Glitters

11:30 Movie: "My Dream Is Yours"

1:30 Movie: "Night Unto Night"

3:35 Movie: "Kansas Raiders"

WETV Ch. 30 (PBS)


9 AM Sesame Street

10 AM Electric Company

10:30 Infinity Fctory

sign off 11 AM

1 PM Big Blue Marble

sign off 1:30 PM

4 PM Sesame Street

5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

5:30 Electric Company

6 PM Zoom

6:30 Villa Alegre

7 PM By-Line

7:30 Robert MacNeil Report

8 PM Decades Of Decision

9 PM Documentary Showcase

10 PM Consumer Survival Kit

10:30 Americana

11 PM Black Journal

11:30 Captioned ABC News

WATL Ch. 36 (Ind.)

5 PM Entertainment Page

6:30 Spotlight
7 PM Sports With Art Collier

8 PM The Human Level (about the

work of chiropractors)

9 PM Ludlow Porch Show (call-in

talk show)

10 PM PTL Club

WHAE Ch. 46 (Ind.)

7 AM Tennessee Tuxedo

7:30 Lone Ranger

8 AM Mighty Mouse

8:30 Deputy Dawg

9 AM Heckle And Jeckle

9:30 Dennis The Menace

10 AM Mr. Ed

10:30 Life In The Spirit

11 AM Pattern For Living

11:30 700 Club

1 PM Wagon Train

2 PM Summer Fun

2:30 Huck And Yogi

3 PM Popeye And Porky Hour

4 PM Superman

4:30 Batman
5 PM Please Don't Eat The

Daisies

5:30 McHale's Navy

6 PM F Troop

6:30 Rifleman

7 PM Big Valley

8 PM 700 Club

9:30 Life In The Spirit

10 PM Living Faith

10:30 Good News

11 PM Best Of Groucho

11:30 Mayberry RFD

12 M News

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> WTCG Ch. 17 (Ind.)

> 9:30 Lucy (don't know if this is

> I Love Lucy or The Lucy Show--


> Turner had them both)

This was The Lucy Show. The main reason I come to this conclusion is because at 5:30 PM the
listing reads "I Love Lucy" if it reads I Love Lucy in one place it would read that in both places if
its the same show.

> 5 PM I Love Lucy

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> > WTCG Ch. 17 (Ind.)

> > 9:30 Lucy (don't know if this is

> > I Love Lucy or The Lucy Show--

> > Turner had them both)

> This was The Lucy Show. The main reason I come to this

> conclusion is because at 5:30 PM the listing reads "I Love

> Lucy" if it reads I Love Lucy in one place it would read

> that in both places if its the same show.

>

> > 5 PM I Love Lucy

>
I think you're right. Anyway, the Atlanta newspapers

could have done its readers a big favor by simply saying

9:30 Lucy Show

(and they'd have done me one for sure).

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> WAGA Ch. 5 (CBS)

>

> 3:30 Bewitched

> 7:30 Match Game PM

...hmmm -- no _daytime_ "Match Game '77" in Atlanta?? Has this bewen noted here
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> > WAGA Ch. 5 (CBS)

>>

> > 3:30 Bewitched

> > 7:30 Match Game PM

>

> ...hmmm -- no _daytime_ "Match Game '77" in Atlanta?? Has

> this bewen noted here before?...

>

It has. I've posted other Atlanta daytime listings for 1977

(don't think it was this particular date). Ch. 5 never

showed much enthusiasm for daytime Match Game. In fact,

there were times between 1973 and 1976 when neither 5 nor

11 carried their 3:30 network show (11 liked to pre-empt

One Life To Live in favor of a movie, then run OLTL in the

morning). Reason: Another World, then on Ch. 2, was a

monster lead-in to whatever followed it, depending on the

year.

Ch. 5 displayed even less enthusiasm for Tattletales.

I remember they carried it at 1 PM in 1974, but that


was about the extent of it. If you'll look in the June 6,

1983, listing I posted in tandem with this one, you'll see

that Ch. 36 is carrying it.

I'll also call your attention to the fact that Ch. 2 did

not run the daytime Gong Show, but did air the syndicated

version Fridays at 7:30 in 1977.

Erie, Pa. Friday June 9, 1961

WICU 12 ABC

7AM Panorama-Local News?

9AM Peoples Choice

9:30 Movie-TBA

11AM Gale Storm

11:30 Love That Bob!

Noon Camouflage-Game

12:30 Number Please-Collyer

1PM About Faces-Game

1:30 Garden And Farm

2PM Day In Court

2:30 Seven Keys-Narz

3PM Queen For A Day-Bailey

3:30 Who Do You Trust-Carson

4PM American Bandstand-Clark


5PM Pappy And Friends

5:30 Rin Tin Tin

6PM Life of Riley

6:30 News

6:45 ABC News

7PM Hour Of Stars

8PM Harrigan And Son-Comedy

8:30 Flintstones

Perry Gunite Episode

9PM 77 Sunset Strip

10PM Robert Taylors Detectives

11PM News

11:15 Movie Viva Zapata! 1952

35 WSEE CBS NBC

7AM Today

9AM CBS News Hottelet

9:15 Captain Kangaroo

10AM I Love Lucy

10:30 Video Village-Hall

11AM Double Exposure

11:30 Your Surprise Package-Fenneman

Noon Love Of Life

12:30 Search For Tomorrow


12:45 Guiding Light

1PM News

1:30 As The World Turns

2PM Face The Facts

2:30 House Party Linkletter

3PM Young Dr. Malone-NBC

3:30 Verdict Is Yours

4PM Brighter Day-Serial

4:15 Secret Storm

4:30 Edge Of Night

5PM Joe Ray And Friends

6PM News

6:15 McKenzies Raiders

6:45 CBS News

7PM Nanette Fabray-NBC 9:30 Fridays)

7:30 Rawhide

8:30 Route 66

9:30 Way Out-Drama/scifi

10PM Twilight Zone

10:30 Eyewitness to History

11PM News

11:20 Golf Tips

11:30 Jack Paar COLOR-NBC

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> WICU 12 ABC

> 35 WSEE CBS NBC

----------

I thought around that time WICU was NBC/ABC, and WSEE was just CBS? What's the story in
Erie?

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> > WICU 12 ABC

> > 35 WSEE CBS NBC

> ----------

> I thought around that time WICU was NBC/ABC, and WSEE was

> just CBS? What's the story in Erie?

>

Before I started researching these schedules, I thought the same thing. just months earlier in fall
1960 WICU 12 had been NBC and WSEE 35 CBS/ABC, There was a change by summer '61 (as the
posted schedule indicates) but by January 1965 WICU 12 was NBC/ABC and WSEE 35 CBS. In
1966 WJET 24 would come along and grab the ABC affiliation. Most TV stations don't have
History sections on their websites, which would make the research easier.

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> > > WICU 12 ABC

> > > 35 WSEE CBS NBC

> > ----------

> > I thought around that time WICU was NBC/ABC, and WSEE was

> > just CBS? What's the story in Erie?

>>

>

>

> Before I started researching these schedules, I thought the

> same thing. just months earlier in fall 1960 WICU 12 had

> been NBC and WSEE 35 CBS/ABC, There was a change by summer

> '61 (as the posted schedule indicates) but by January 1965

> WICU 12 was NBC/ABC and WSEE 35 CBS. In 1966 WJET 24 would

> come along and grab the ABC affiliation. Most TV stations
> don't have History sections on their websites, which would

> make the research easier.

>

In Jeff Kisseloff's oral history of television from 1920 to

1961, "The Box," there are a couple of chapters about DuMont.

In one of them, a former DuMont executive mentions that WICU got

all of its equipment free from DuMont but had to clear all

DuMont shows in exchange (he mentions WCPO Cincinnati having

the same arrangement). Do you have any Erie schedules from

the DuMont era? I'd like to see what all they had and when

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Retro: Cedar Rapids-Waterloo, Wednesday, May 5, 1971

(Source: Iowa City Press-Citizen)

WMT-TV 2 Cedar Rapids (CBS)

AM

6:30 Sunrise Semester

7 CBS News

8 Captain Kangaroo

9 Lucille Ball

9:30 Beverly Hillbillies

10 Modern Women

10:30 Love of Life

11 Where The Heart Is


11:25 CBS News

11:30 Search for Tomorrow

PM

12 News

12:15 Farm News

12:30 As The World Turns

1 Love Is A Many Splendored Thing

1:30 Guiding Light

2 Secret Storm

2:30 Edge of Night

3 Gomer Pyle

3:30 Family Affair

4 Doctor Max

4:30 Flintstones (an hours worth, apparently)

5:30 CBS News

6 News

6:30 Men at Law

7:30 To Rome With Love

8 Medical Center

9 Hawaii Five-O

10 News

10:30 Movie: Seven Cities of Gold (instead of Merv Griffin)

KWWL-TV 7 Waterloo (NBC)

AM
7 Today

9 Dinah Shore

9:30 Concentration

10 Sale of the Century

10:30 Hollywood Squares

11 Jeopardy

11:30 Who, What or Where

PM

12 Another World/Somerset

12:25 Today With Jean

12:30 Memory Game

1 Days Of Our Lives

1:30 The Doctors

2 Another World

2:30 Bright Promise

3 Mike Douglas

4 Perry Mason

5 Timmy and Lassie

5:30 NBC News

6 News

6:30 Shiloh

8 Junior Miss Pageant

9 Four In One

10 News

10:30 Johnny Carson


12 Steve Allen

KCRG-TV 9 Cedar Rapids (ABC)

AM

8:55 Market Report

9 Jack LaLanne

9:30 Morning Show

10 All My Children

10:30 That Girl

11 Bewitched

11:30 World Apart

PM

12 News

12:30 Lets Make A Deal

1 Newlywed Game

1:30 Dating Game

2 General Hospital

2:30 One Life To Live

3 Dark Shadows

3:30 Movie:

5 News

5:30 ABC News

6 Hazel

6:30 Courtship of Eddies Father

7 Room 222
7:30 Smith Family

8 Movie: The Appaloosa

10 News

10:30 Dick Cavett

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> WMT-TV 2 Cedar Rapids (CBS)

> 4 Doctor Max

> 4:30 Flintstones (an hours worth, apparently)

No, actually Doctor Max (local children's show) went from 4:00 to 5:30.

The Flintstones ran within Dr. Max.

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> (Source: Iowa City Press-Citizen)

>

> WMT-TV 2 Cedar Rapids (CBS)

> AM

> 9 Lucille Ball

> Another name for The Lucy Show

> PM

> 3:30 Family Affair

> 10:00 A.M. on CBS daytime

>

> KWWL-TV 7 Waterloo (NBC)

>

> PM

> 12 Another World/Somerset

> How long did this last under this name? When did become Somerset entirely?

>

> 6:30 Shiloh

> The Men Of Shiloh(the new name of The Virginian)


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> > (Source: Iowa City Press-Citizen)

>>

> > WMT-TV 2 Cedar Rapids (CBS)

> > AM

> > 9 Lucille Ball

> > Another name for The Lucy Show

>

> > PM

>

> > 3:30 Family Affair

> > 10:00 A.M. on CBS daytime

>>

> > KWWL-TV 7 Waterloo (NBC)

>>

> > PM

> > 12 Another World/Somerset


> > How long did this last under this name? When did become

> Somerset entirely?

I thought by this time, some fourteen months into Somerset's

run, that it was using Somerset as the title, and not Another

World/Somerset.

>>

> > 6:30 Shiloh

> > The Men Of Shiloh(the new name of The Virginian)

>

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Re: Retro: Cedar Rapids-Waterloo, Wednesday, May 5, 1971

What on earth was "Somerset"???!!!

> > > 12 Another World/Somerset

> > > How long did this last under this name? When did become

> > Somerset entirely?

>

> I thought by this time, some fourteen months into Somerset's

>

> run, that it was using Somerset as the title, and not

> Another
> World/Somerset.

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> What on earth was "Somerset"???!!!

Somerset was a soap opera which lasted on NBC from 1970 to 1976. One of its supporting cast
members would go on to become a huge name as Sam Malone on Cheers,Ted Danson.

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> > What on earth was "Somerset"???!!!

>

> Somerset was a soap opera which lasted on NBC from 1970 to
> 1976. One of its supporting cast members would go on to

> become a huge name as Sam Malone on Cheers,Ted Danson.

>

The show took several characters from Another World, which

took place in Bay City, and moved them into a new setting.

Somerset, however, was more a crime show like The Edge Of

Night; I think its head writer had worked on Edge.

Somerset ran from March 30, 1970 to December 31, 1976.

Retro: Atlanta Monday June 6, 1983

From the Sunday Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

Listings run 6 AM-1 AM.

WSB Ch. 2 (ABC)

6 AM ABC News/Local News (ABC at 6 and

6:30, local at 6:15 and 6:45)

7 AM Good Morning America

9 AM Family Feud

9:30 Edge Of Night

10 AM Tic Tac Dough

10:30 Match Game

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 Happy Days

4:30 What's Happening!!

5 PM People's Court

5:30 M*A*S*H

6 PM News

7 PM ABC News

7:30 Entertainment Tonight

8 PM Baseball: Angels at Brewers

11 PM News (time approximate)

11:30 M*A*S*H

12 M Nightline (to 1)

WAGA Ch. 5 (CBS)

6 AM Study In The Word With

Jimmy Swaggart

6:30 20 Minute Workout

7 AM CBS Morning News

9 AM Donahue

10 AM Maude

10:30 Richard Simmons


11 AM Price Is Right

12 N News

12:30 Young And The Restless

1:30 As The World Turns

2:30 Capitol

3 PM Guiding Light

4 PM Good Times

4:30 One Day At A Time

5 PM The Jeffersons

5:30 Soap

6 PM News

7 PM CBS News

7:30 PM Magazine

8 PM Square Pegs

8:30 Private Benjamin

9 PM M*A*S*H

9:30 One Day At A Time

10 PM Cagney & Lacey

11 PM News

11:30 Barney Miller

12 M Maude

12:30 Ironside

WGTV Ch. 8 (PBS)


4 PM Sesame Street

5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

5:30 Villa Alegre

6 PM Studio See

6:30 Over Easy

7 PM Nightly Business Report

7:30 MacNeil/Lehrer Report

8 PM Frontline

9 PM Great Performances: "Wagner's

Ring"

11 PM Jazz At The Maintenance Shop

WXIA Ch. 11 (NBC)

6 AM Morning Stretch

6:30 Today With Hal & Guy

7 AM Today

9 AM Hour Magazine

10 AM Facts Of Life

10:30 Search For Tomorrow

11 AM Wheel Of Fortune

11:30 Dream House

12 N Noonday

1 PM Days Of Our Lives

2 PM Another World
3 PM Fantasy (Peter Marshall and

Leslie Uggams hosted this

update of Strike It Rich and

Queen For A Day)

4 PM More Real People

4:30 Rockford Files

5:30 News

6 PM News

7 PM NBC News

7:30 Family Feud

8 PM Love, Sidney

8:30 Family Ties

9 PM NBC Movie: "Act Of Love"

11 PM News

11:30 Best Of Carson

12:30 Late Night With David Letterman

WTBS Ch. 17 (Ind.)

6 AM CNN Headline News

7:05 Funtime

7:35 Lassie

8:05 My Three Sons

8:35 I Love Lucy

9:05 Movie (title not given)


11:05 The Catlins

11:35 That Girl

12:05 People Now

1:05 Movie (title not given)

3:05 Funtime

3:35 Heckle & Jeckle

4:05 Flintstones

4:35 Addams Family

5:05 Gomer Pyle, USMC

5:35 Starcade

6:05 I Dream Of Jeannie

6:35 Father Knows Best

7:05 Green Acres

7:35 Andy Griffith

8:05 Movie: "Spencer's Mountain"

10:25 TBS Evening News

11:25 The Catlins

11:55 Movie: "Come September"

WPBA Ch. 30 (PBS)

7 AM Humanities

7:30 Yoga With Priscilla Patrick

(no relation)

7:45 A.M. Weather


8 AM Educational Programming

11:30 Sesame Street

12:30 Educational Programming

4 PM Electric Company

4:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

5 PM Sesame Street

6 PM America

6:30 Focus On Society

7 PM Health

7:30 MacNeil/Lehrer Report

8 PM Cosmos

9 PM Frontline

10 PM Austin City Limits

11 PM MacNeil/Lehrer Report

11:30 PBS Latenight

WATL Ch. 36 (Ind.)

6:30 Daystar

7 AM Jim Bakker

8 AM Atlanta Alive

9 AM Tattletales (pre-empted at

4 PM on Ch. 5)

9:30 $25,000 Pyramid (pre-empted

at 10 AM on Ch. 5)
10 AM Treasure Hunt

10:30 Gong Show

11 AM Dr. Burt Bradley

12 N Merv Griffin

1 PM Couples

1:30 Sale Of The Century (pre-empted

at 10:30 AM on Ch. 11)

2 PM Battlestars (pre-empted at noon

on Ch. 11)

2:30 Super Pay Cards

3 PM Dating Game

3:30 Newlywed Game

4 PM MV 3

5 PM Jukebox Video

6 PM Benny Hill

6:30 Saturday Night

7:30 Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman

8 PM Movie: "Deadman's Curve"

10 PM Kung Fu

11 PM Benny Hill

11:30 Prisoner: Cell Block H

12 M Jim Bakker

WANX Ch. 46 (Ind.)


6:30 Battle Of The Planets

7 AM Krofft Superstars

7:30 Star Blazers

8 AM Popeye

8:30 Great Space Coaster

9 AM Lone Ranger

9:30 Study In The Word With

Jimmy Swaggart

10 AM 700 Club

11:30 INN News

12 N Memories With Lawrence

Welk (I kid you not)

1 PM Prime Of Life

1:30 Petticoat Junction

2 PM Flipper

2:30 Spider-Man

3 PM Cartoons

3:30 Superfriends

4 PM Tom & Jerry/Woody

Woodpecker Hour

5 PM Scooby Doo

5:30 Pink Panther

6 PM CHiPs Patrol

7 PM Buck Rogers

8 PM Movie: "Anna Karenina"


10 PM 700 Club

11 PM That Nashville Music

11:30 Classic Country

12 M Best Of Jackie Gleason

12:30 News (INN, I think)

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> 6:30 20 Minute Workout

> 7 AM CBS Morning News

----------

The 20-minute workout takes 30 minutes. That's like saying it takes 90 minutes to watch 60
Minutes.

> WATL Ch. 36 (Ind.)

> 2:30 Super Pay Cards

----------

Is this the same version that was produced in Canada?

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> > 6:30 20 Minute Workout

> > 7 AM CBS Morning News

> ----------

> The 20-minute workout takes 30 minutes. That's like saying

> it takes 90 minutes to watch 60 Minutes.

That's the name of the show. Of course, when you exclude

commercials, credits, and extraneous chatter, you're closer

to 20 minutes than 30.

>

> > WATL Ch. 36 (Ind.)

> > 2:30 Super Pay Cards

> ----------

> Is this the same version that was produced in Canada?

>

The same. Art James and Mary Lou Basaraba were host and

hostess.

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> WTBS Ch. 17 (Ind.)

> 10:25 TBS Evening News

Was this a national newscast produced by CNN or local Atlanta news? I'm thinking it was CNN
Headline News labeled as the TBS Evening News.

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> > WTBS Ch. 17 (Ind.)

>
> > 10:25 TBS Evening News

>

> Was this a national newscast produced by CNN or local

> Atlanta news? I'm thinking it was CNN Headline News labeled

> as the TBS Evening News.

>

If memory serves it was produced by CNN. Turner, apparently,

figured that since his "superstation" was national, there ought

to be a national newscast. Contrast with WGN, which has always

had local Chicago news on its 9 PM (CT) newscast, although I

believe WGN had Independent Network News, which was produced

by sister station WPIX/11 New York.

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Re: Retro: Atlanta Monday June 6, 1983

> If memory serves it was produced by CNN. Turner,

> apparently,

> figured that since his "superstation" was national, there

> ought

> to be a national newscast. Contrast with WGN, which has

> always

> had local Chicago news on its 9 PM (CT) newscast, although I

>
> believe WGN had Independent Network News, which was produced

>

> by sister station WPIX/11 New York.

>

If my memory is correct, INN aired at 9:30pm CT on WGN, after the 9 O'Clock News. It wasn't
until INN went off the air that WGN expanded the 9pm news to an full-hour.

Retro: TV Guide South Georgia Edition 2/15/2000

Nothing in particular stands out about the programming on this date, except that it was my 40th
birthday.

This has got to be one of the most confusing editions TV Guide has ever published. There are
stations from three states, two time zones, and there are six (count 'em, six) duplicate channel
numbers. Adding to the confusion is that many channels are listed under their cities of license,
rather than markets they serve.

CHANNELS LISTED

COLUMBUS

3-WRBL CBS

9-WTVM ABC

38-WLTZ NBC

54-WXTX Fox

MACON

13-WMAZ CBS

24-WGXA Fox
41-WMGT NBC

58-WPGA ABC

THOMASVILLE/TALLAHASSEE

6-WCTV CBS

TALLAHASSEE

11-WFSU PBS

27-WTXL ABC

40-WTWC NBC

BAINBRIDGE/TALLAHASSEE

49-WTLH Fox

ATLANTA

2-WSB ABC

5-WAGA Fox

11-WXIA NBC (11A)

17-WTBS Ind. (17A)

46-WGNX CBS

ALBANY

10-WALB NBC

31-WFXL Fox
CORDELE

55-WSST Ind.

DOTHAN

4-WTVYCBS (4D)

18-WDHN ABC

OPELIKA (note: serves Columbus)

66-WSWS (UPN/PAX)

SAVANNAH

3-WSAVNBC (3S)

11-WTOC CBS (11S)

22-WJCL ABC

BRUNSWICK

21-WBSG ABC (IIRC, at the time this was a repeater of WJXX-25 in Orange Park, FL)

JACKSONVILLE

4-WJXT CBS

12-WTLV NBC

17-WJWB WB

PANAMA CITY

7-WJHGNBC
13-WMBB ABC (13P)

5:00 2 11A News

3 Church Service

3S 38 40 Early Today

5 Judge Joe Brown

6 AG Day

9 21 22 27 ABC News

10 NBC News

11 Walker Evans/America

12 Good Morning Jacksonville Sunrise

17 Jenny Jones

17A Good Times

31 First Business

41 49 55 66 Shepherds Chapel Bible Study

54 Full House

5:30 2 3S 10 11A 11S 13 27 News

3 4 6 CBS News

5 Judge Judy

7 NBC News

13P ABC News

17A Gilligans Island

18 Top of the Morning

21 Good Morning Jacksonville


24 Real TV

38 First Business

40 54 Extra!

6:00 2 3 9 11A 40 News

5 Good Day Atlanta

6 Good Morning

7 Red Holland-Fishing

10 Today in Georgia

11 Bloomberg Morning News

12 Good Morning Jacksonville

13P News

17A Coach

18 58 ABC News

31 National Enquirer TV

38 Rise N Shine

41 Judge Joe Brown

46 CBS News

49 Kenneth Copeland

55 South Georgia Sunrise

66 AG Day

6:30 4D News

11 Body Electric

17 Tex Avery
17A Family Ties

18 Top of the Morning

24 First Business

31 Simpsons

41 Kenneth Copeland

46 CBS News

49 Garfield

66 Beakmans World

7:00 2 9 21 22 27 58 Good Morning America

3 6 13 46 Early Show

3S 10 11A 12 38 40 41 Today

4 7 11S News

5 Good Day Atlanta

11 Arthur

17 Pokemon

17A Saved by the Bell

31 Queen Latifah

49 Sister, Sister

54 Full House

66 Doug

7:30 11 Zooboomafoo

17 Histeria!

17A Saved by the Bell


18 News

49 The Nanny

54 Magic School Bus

66 Sabrina, The Animated Series

8:00 4 4D 11S Early Show

7 Today

11 Barney and Friends

13P 18 Good Morning America

17 Jumanji

17A Family Matters

24 Magic School Bus

31 Sally Jessy Raphael

49 Roseanne

66 Pepper Ann

8:30 11 Teletubbies

17 Roughnecks: Starship Troopers Chronicles

17A Different World

24 Family Feud

49 Mad About You

54 Joyce Meyer

55 NewsRadio

66 Recess
9:00 2 9 13 17 22 27 Regis and Kathie Lee

3 Judge Joe Brown

3S 10 11A 12 38 40 41 Later Today

4 Sally Jessy Raphael

5 49 Peoples Court

6 46 55 58 Martha Stewart Living

11 Sesame Street

17A Little House on the Prairie

21 Jerry Springer

24 Forgive or Forget

31 Ricki Lake

54 Maury

66 Touched by an Angel

9:30 3 Judge Mills Lane

10:00 2 Jenny Jones

3 46 Judge Mills Lane

3S Martin Short

4 11S Maury

4D 13P Regis and Kathie Lee

5 41 Sally Jessy Raphael

6 Family Feud

7 Later Today

9 Queen Latifah
11 Big Comy Couch

11A Peachtree Morning

12 27 Donny and Marie

13 18 54 Rosie ODonnell

17 58 Peoples Court

17A Little House on the Prairie

21 40 Forgive or Forget

22 49 Jerry Springer

24 Montel Williams

31 Matlock

38 Martha Stewart

55 700 Club

66 Chicken Soup for the Soul

10:30 3 6 Family Feud

10 3rd Rock from the Sun

11 Puzzle Place

11:00 2 Maury

3 4 4D 6 11S 13 46 The Price is Right

3S Ainsley Harriott

5 Jerry Springer

7 Passions

9 13P 21 22 27 58 The View

10 Leeza
11 Reading Rainbow

11A Montel Williams

12 Judge Mills Lane

17 31 Judge Mathis

17A Mamas Family

18 66 Dr. Joy Browne

24 Ricki Lake

38 Mad About You

41 Donny and Marie

49 Sally Jessy Raphael

54 Peoples Court

55 TBA

11:30 11 Wimzies House

12 Judge Mills Lane

17A Mamas Family

38 227

55 Bloomberg News

12:00 2 3 4 5 6 9 10 11A 11S 12 13 21 46 News

3S Passions

4D Young and the Restless

7 Days of Our Lives

11 Great Food

13 Judge Joe Brown


17 Queen Latifah

17A Matlock

18 Home Improvement

22 Jeopardy!

24 Creflo A. Dollar

27 Americas Funniest Home Videos

31 Judge Judy

38 Coffee Break

40 Divorce Court

41 Ainsley Harriott

49 Montel Williams

54 Jerry Springer

55 Midday

66 Real TV

12:30 2 9 13P 18 21 22 27 58 Port Charles

3 4 6 11S 13 46 Young and the Restless

5 Judge Joe Brown

11 Body Electric

11A Access Hollywood

12 Jeopardy!

24 Life in the Word

31 40 Divorce Court

38 Grace Under Fire

66 National Enquirer TV
1:00 2 9 13P 18 21 22 27 58 All My Children

3S 10 38 40 41 Days of Our Lives

4D 7 News

5 54 Forgive or Forget

11 Frontline

11A 17 Jenny Jones

12 Martin Short

17A Hunter

24 Divorce Court

49 National Enquirer TV

55 Shepherds Chapel TV

66 Diagnosis Murder

1:30 3 4 4D 6 11S 13 46 Bold and the Beautiful

24 Divorce Court

2:00 2 9 13P 18 21 22 27 58 One Life to Live

3 4 4D 6 11S 13 46 As the World Turns

5 Donny and Marie

7 Family Feud

10 11A 12 38 40 41 Passions

11 Joy of Painting

17 NewsRadio

17A Movie: Brannigan (75)


49 Boy Meets World

55 Bloomberg News

66 Touched by an Angel

2:30 3S Divorce Court

7 Family Feud

11 Schewee Art Workshop

17 Hangin with Mr. Cooper

24 Judge Mills Lane

31 49 Magic School Bus

54 Full House

55 New Zoo Revue

3:00 2 13P 18 21 22 27 58 General Hospital

3 4 4D 6 13 46 Guiding Light

3S 40 Judge Joe Brown

5 7 Rosie ODonnell

9 10 11A 11S Montel Williams

11 Noddy

12 Days of Our Lives

17 Big Cartoonie

24 31 49 54 Magic School Bus

38 Sister, Sister

41 Maury

55 Donny and Marie


66 TBA

3:30 3S 40 Judge Joe Brown

11 Mister Rogers

17 New Batman/Superman Adventures

24 31 49 54 Power Rangers

38 Different World

66 Good Life

4:00 2 3 3S 4 6 10 13 Oprah Winfery

4D 46 Family Feud

5 Judge Judy

7 Maury

9 General Hospital

11 Arthur

11A Days of Our Lives

11S Guiding Light

12 22 Rosie ODonnell

13P 27 Judge Judy

17 Pokemon

18 21 Montel Williams

24 31 49 54 Beast Wars

38 Sally Jessy Raphael

40 Ricki Lake

41 Queen Latifah
55 Video Hits

58 TBA

66 Amen

4:05 17A Cosby Show

4:30 4D Inside Edition

5 Divorce Court

11 Dragon Tales

13P 27 Judge Judy

17 New Batman/Superman Adventures

24 31 49 54 Digimon: Digital Monsters

46 Family Feud

58 Good Life

66 Boy Meets World

4:35 17A Cosby Show

5:00 2 3S 4 5 6 9 10 11A 11S 12 13 21 27 46 News

3 Judge Joe Brown

4D 13P Oprah Winfrey

7 Hollywood Squares

11 Zoom

17 24 31 Sister, Sister

18 Sally Jessy Raphael


22 Andy Griffith

38 49 58 Judge Mathis

40 Rosie ODonnell

41 Jerry Springer

54 Judge Judy

66 The Nanny

5:05 17A Full House

5:30 3 Divorce Court

3S 54 Judge Judy

4 6 10 12 21 24 News

7 Jeopardy!

11 Wishbone

13 22 Andy Griffith

17 The Nanny

31 Cosby Show

66 NewsRadio

6:00 2 3 3S 4 4D 5 6 7 9 11A 11S 12 13 13P 18 21 40 46 55 News

11 Newshour with Jim Lehrer

17 54 Living Single

24 Good Time

31 Hangin with Mr. Cooper

38 Ricki Lake
41 Judge Joe Brown

49 Fresh Prince

58 Caroline in the City

66 Star Trek: Voyager

6:05 17A Roseanne

6:30 3 4 4D 6 11S 13 46 CBS News

3S 7 10 11A 12 40 41 NBC News

9 13P 18 21 22 27 58 ABC News

17 Caroline in the City

24 Martin

31 News

49 54 Simpsons

55 American Times

6:35 17A Roseanne

7:00 2 ABC News

3S Jeopardy!

3S 41 Judge Judy

4 10 66 Frasier

4D 7 13P 21 News

5 9 27 Home Improvement

6 11A 12 13 22 Wheel of Fortune


11 Antiques Roadshow

11S Entertainment Tonight

17 Drew Carey

18 Judge Judy

24 31 Living Single

38 NBC News

40 Seinfeld

46 Extra!

49 54 Martin

55 Lighter Side of Sports

58 3rd Rock from the Sun

7:05 17A Fresh Prince

7:30 2 9 Entertainment Tonight

3 4D 7 Wheel of Fortune

3S 21 27 38 46 58 Hollywood Squares

4 Inside Edition

5 Drew Carey

6 11A 12 13 22 Jeopardy!

10 Martin

11 Are You Being Served

11S Extra!

13P 24 Home Improvement

17 Friends
18 41 Judge Judy

31 Seinfeld

40 Living Single

49 3rd Rock from the Sun

54 Fresh Prince

55 Americas Dumbest Criminals

66 Frasier

7:35 17A Fresh Prince

8:00 2 9 13P 18 21 22 27 58 Who Wants to be a Millionaire?

3 4 4D 6 11S 13 46 JAG

3S 7 10 11A 12 38 40 41 Just Shoot Me

5 24 31 49 54 Who Wants to Marry a Multi-Millionaire?

11 Nova

17 Buffy the Vampire Slayer

55 Entertainment Tonight

66 I Dare You: The Ultimate Challenge

8:05 17A Movie: Beetlejuice (88)

8:30 55 Extra!

9:00 2 9 13P 18 21 22 27 58 Dharma and Greg

3 4 4D 6 11S 13 46 60 Minutes II
3S 7 10 11A 12 38 40 41 Will and Grace

11 Nova

17 Angel

55 Gunsmoke

66 Shasta

9:30 2 9 13P 18 21 22 27 58 Sports Night

3S 7 10 11A 12 38 40 41 Will and Grace

66 Dilbert

10:00 2 9 13P 18 21 22 27 58 NYPD Blue

3 4 4D 6 11S 13 46 Judging Amy

3S 7 10 11A 12 38 40 41 Dateline NBC

5 24 31 News

11 Frontline

17 Ricki Lake

49 Star Trek: Voyager

54 Seinfeld

55 Peoples Court

66 Blind Date

10:10 17A Movie: Candyman (92)

10:30 54 Caroline in the City

66 Newlywed Game
10:35 24 Seinfeld

11:00 2 3 3S 4 4D 6 7 9 10 11A 11S 12 13 13P 18 21 22 27 40 46 58 News

5 31 Jerry Springer

11 TBA

17 Friends

38 3rd Rock from the Sun

41 Judge Joe Brown

49 Marriedwith Children

54 Good Times

55 The Nanny

66 Dating Game

11:05 24 Frasier

58 Cops

11:30 11 Charlie Rose

17 55 NewsRadio

49 Blind Date

66 Unhappily Ever After

11:35 2 9 18 21 22 27 58 Nightline

3 4 4D 6 11S 13 46 David Letterman

3S 7 10 11A 12 38 40 41 Jay Leno

13P Judge Joe Brown


24 Marriedwith Children

12:00 5 3rd Rock from the Sun

17 49 Change of Heart

31 54 Cops

55 Shop at Home Network (until 5 AM)

66 NewsRadio

12:05 2 9 18 21 22 58 Politically Incorrect

13P Nightline

12:10 17A Movie: Beetlejuice

12:30 5 M*A*S*H

11 Jack Horkheimer: Stargazer

17 54 Change of Heart

66 Blind Date

12:35 2 9 News

3 4D 6 46 Craig Kilborn

3S 7 10 11A 12 38 40 41 Conan OBrien

4 Entertainment Tonight

11S Access Hollywood

13 Martin Short

13P Politically Incorrect


18 3rd Rock from the Sun

21 Jerry Springer

22 Deep Space Nine

58 Blind Date

1:00 5 News

11 Nova

17 Extra!

54 Change of Heart

66 Bonanza

1:05 2 Leeza

4 11S Craig Kilborn

13P Caroline in the City

18 Extra!

27 Politically Incorrect

58 The Nanny

1:10 9 Montel Williams

1:30 17 Cheers

49 NewsRadio

54 Extra!

1:35 3S 7 11A 12 38 40 41 Later


4D Donny and Marie

6 Frasier

10 Home Improvement

13 Extra!

18 Entertainment Tonight

21 Real TV

27 46 News

58 Grace Under Fire

2:00 5 National Enquirer TV

11 Nova

49 Movie: Wild Horse Hank (Canadian, 79)

54 Movie: Lord of the Flies (90)

66 Shepherds Chapel Bible Study

2:05 2 Inside Edition

3 6 Up to the Minute (until 5)

3S 10 12 Jay Leno

4 11 13 News

11S Family Feud

13P Mad About You

18 Real TV

21 Martha Stewart Living

22 27 World News Now (until 5 on Ch. 22, until 4:30 on Ch. 27)

38 Access Hollywood
40 Maury

41 Dr. Joy Browne

58 TBA

2:10 9 Entertainment Tonight

17A Movie: Poltergiest II (86)

46 Extra!

2:30 5 Cops

2:35 2 18 World News Now (until 5 on Ch.2, until 5:30 on Ch. 18)

11A Jay Leno

11S Up to the Minute (until 5:00)

38 Andy Griffith

58 Good Life

2:40 4 Sally Jessy Raphael

9 World News Now (until 5:00)

13 Craig Kilborn

46 Dr. Joy Browne

3:00 5 Sally Jessy Raphael

11 Front Line

17 Movie: Deep Cover (92)

21 World News Now (until 5:00)


38 Leeza

66 Newlywed Game

3:05 3S 10 Conan OBrien

4D Up to the Minute (until 5:30)

12 News

13P 58 World News Now (until 5:30 on Ch. 13, until 6:00 on Ch. 58)

24 Boy Meets World

40 Cops

41 Change of Heart

3:30 66 Dating Game

3:35 7 Extra!

11A Conan OBrien

24 Mad About You

40 Grace Under Fire

41 Step by Step

3:40 4 Entertainment Tonight

12 Jack Hanna

13 Up to the Minute (until 5:00)

46 Roseanne Show

4:00 3S Martin
10 38 News

11 Nova

12 Access Hollywood

41 Step by Step

49 Dr. Joy Browne

54 Deep Space Nine

4:05 7 Inside Edition

24 Newlywed Game

4:10 4 ANC News

4:15 17A Interstitial

4:30 3S AG Day

5 Divorce Court

7 Shepherds Chapel Bible Study

10 11A 12 41 Early Today

17A Americas Funniest People

27 First Business

4:40 46 Up to the Minute (until 6:00)

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Re: Retro: TV Guide South Georgia Edition 2/15/2000

I notice Full House was still being run on locals at this point.

> Nothing in particular stands out about the programming on

> this date, except that it was my 40th birthday.

>

> This has got to be one of the most confusing editions TV

> Guide has ever published. There are stations from three

> states, two time zones, and there are six (count 'em, six)

> duplicate channel numbers. Adding to the confusion is that

> many channels are listed under their cities of license,

> rather than markets they serve.

>

> CHANNELS LISTED

>

> COLUMBUS

> 3-WRBL CBS


> 9-WTVM ABC

> 38-WLTZ NBC

> 54-WXTX Fox

>

> MACON

> 13-WMAZ CBS

> 24-WGXA Fox

> 41-WMGT NBC

> 58-WPGA ABC

>

> THOMASVILLE/TALLAHASSEE

> 6-WCTV CBS

>

> TALLAHASSEE

> 11-WFSU PBS

> 27-WTXL ABC

> 40-WTWC NBC

>

> BAINBRIDGE/TALLAHASSEE

> 49-WTLH Fox

>

> ATLANTA

> 2-WSB ABC

> 5-WAGA Fox

> 11-WXIA NBC (11A)


> 17-WTBS Ind. (17A)

> 46-WGNX CBS

>

> ALBANY

> 10-WALB NBC

> 31-WFXL Fox

>

> CORDELE

> 55-WSST Ind.

>

> DOTHAN

> 4-WTVY CBS (4D)

> 18-WDHN ABC

>

> OPELIKA (note: serves Columbus)

> 66-WSWS (UPN/PAX)

>

> SAVANNAH

> 3-WSAV NBC (3S)

> 11-WTOC CBS (11S)

> 22-WJCL ABC

>

> BRUNSWICK

> 21-WBSG ABC (IIRC, at the time this was a repeater of

> WJXX-25 in Orange Park, FL)


>

> JACKSONVILLE

> 4-WJXT CBS

> 12-WTLV NBC

> 17-WJWB WB

>

> PANAMA CITY

> 7-WJHG NBC

> 13-WMBB ABC (13P)

>

> 5:00 2 11A News

> 3 Church Service

> 3S 38 40 Early Today

> 5 Judge Joe Brown

> 6 AG Day

> 9 21 22 27 ABC News

> 10 NBC News

> 11 Walker Evans/America

> 12 Good Morning Jacksonville Sunrise

> 17 Jenny Jones

> 17A Good Times

> 31 First Business

> 41 49 55 66 Shepherds Chapel Bible Study

> 54 Full House

>
> 5:30 2 3S 10 11A 11S 13 27 News

> 3 4 6 CBS News

> 5 Judge Judy

> 7 NBC News

> 13P ABC News

> 17A Gilligans Island

> 18 Top of the Morning

> 21 Good Morning Jacksonville

> 24 Real TV

> 38 First Business

> 40 54 Extra!

>

> 6:00 2 3 9 11A 40 News

> 5 Good Day Atlanta

> 6 Good Morning

> 7 Red Holland-Fishing

> 10 Today in Georgia

> 11 Bloomberg Morning News

> 12 Good Morning Jacksonville

> 13P News

> 17A Coach

> 18 58 ABC News

> 31 National Enquirer TV

> 38 Rise N Shine

> 41 Judge Joe Brown


> 46 CBS News

> 49 Kenneth Copeland

> 55 South Georgia Sunrise

> 66 AG Day

>

> 6:30 4D News

> 11 Body Electric

> 17 Tex Avery

> 17A Family Ties

> 18 Top of the Morning

> 24 First Business

> 31 Simpsons

> 41 Kenneth Copeland

> 46 CBS News

> 49 Garfield

> 66 Beakmans World

>

> 7:00 2 9 21 22 27 58 Good Morning America

> 3 6 13 46 Early Show

> 3S 10 11A 12 38 40 41 Today

> 4 7 11S News

> 5 Good Day Atlanta

> 11 Arthur

> 17 Pokemon

> 17A Saved by the Bell


> 31 Queen Latifah

> 49 Sister, Sister

> 54 Full House

> 66 Doug

>

> 7:30 11 Zooboomafoo

> 17 Histeria!

> 17A Saved by the Bell

> 18 News

> 49 The Nanny

> 54 Magic School Bus

> 66 Sabrina, The Animated Series

>

> 8:00 4 4D 11S Early Show

> 7 Today

> 11 Barney and Friends

> 13P 18 Good Morning America

> 17 Jumanji

> 17A Family Matters

> 24 Magic School Bus

> 31 Sally Jessy Raphael

> 49 Roseanne

> 66 Pepper Ann

>

> 8:30 11 Teletubbies


> 17 Roughnecks: Starship Troopers Chronicles

> 17A Different World

> 24 Family Feud

> 49 Mad About You

> 54 Joyce Meyer

> 55 NewsRadio

> 66 Recess

>

> 9:00 2 9 13 17 22 27 Regis and Kathie Lee

> 3 Judge Joe Brown

> 3S 10 11A 12 38 40 41 Later Today

> 4 Sally Jessy Raphael

> 5 49 Peoples Court

> 6 46 55 58 Martha Stewart Living

> 11 Sesame Street

> 17A Little House on the Prairie

> 21 Jerry Springer

> 24 Forgive or Forget

> 31 Ricki Lake

> 54 Maury

> 66 Touched by an Angel

>

> 9:30 3 Judge Mills Lane

>

> 10:00 2 Jenny Jones


> 3 46 Judge Mills Lane

> 3S Martin Short

> 4 11S Maury

> 4D 13P Regis and Kathie Lee

> 5 41 Sally Jessy Raphael

> 6 Family Feud

> 7 Later Today

> 9 Queen Latifah

> 11 Big Comy Couch

> 11A Peachtree Morning

> 12 27 Donny and Marie

> 13 18 54 Rosie ODonnell

> 17 58 Peoples Court

> 17A Little House on the Prairie

> 21 40 Forgive or Forget

> 22 49 Jerry Springer

> 24 Montel Williams

> 31 Matlock

> 38 Martha Stewart

> 55 700 Club

> 66 Chicken Soup for the Soul

>

> 10:30 3 6 Family Feud

> 10 3rd Rock from the Sun

> 11 Puzzle Place


>

> 11:00 2 Maury

> 3 4 4D 6 11S 13 46 The Price is Right

> 3S Ainsley Harriott

> 5 Jerry Springer

> 7 Passions

> 9 13P 21 22 27 58 The View

> 10 Leeza

> 11 Reading Rainbow

> 11A Montel Williams

> 12 Judge Mills Lane

> 17 31 Judge Mathis

> 17A Mamas Family

> 18 66 Dr. Joy Browne

> 24 Ricki Lake

> 38 Mad About You

> 41 Donny and Marie

> 49 Sally Jessy Raphael

> 54 Peoples Court

> 55 TBA

>

> 11:30 11 Wimzies House

> 12 Judge Mills Lane

> 17A Mamas Family

> 38 227
> 55 Bloomberg News

>

> 12:00 2 3 4 5 6 9 10 11A 11S 12 13 21 46 News

> 3S Passions

> 4D Young and the Restless

> 7 Days of Our Lives

> 11 Great Food

> 13 Judge Joe Brown

> 17 Queen Latifah

> 17A Matlock

> 18 Home Improvement

> 22 Jeopardy!

> 24 Creflo A. Dollar

> 27 Americas Funniest Home Videos

> 31 Judge Judy

> 38 Coffee Break

> 40 Divorce Court

> 41 Ainsley Harriott

> 49 Montel Williams

> 54 Jerry Springer

> 55 Midday

> 66 Real TV

>

> 12:30 2 9 13P 18 21 22 27 58 Port Charles

> 3 4 6 11S 13 46 Young and the Restless


> 5 Judge Joe Brown

> 11 Body Electric

> 11A Access Hollywood

> 12 Jeopardy!

> 24 Life in the Word

> 31 40 Divorce Court

> 38 Grace Under Fire

> 66 National Enquirer TV

>

> 1:00 2 9 13P 18 21 22 27 58 All My Children

> 3S 10 38 40 41 Days of Our Lives

> 4D 7 News

> 5 54 Forgive or Forget

> 11 Frontline

> 11A 17 Jenny Jones

> 12 Martin Short

> 17A Hunter

> 24 Divorce Court

> 49 National Enquirer TV

> 55 Shepherds Chapel TV

> 66 Diagnosis Murder

>

> 1:30 3 4 4D 6 11S 13 46 Bold and the Beautiful

> 24 Divorce Court

>
> 2:00 2 9 13P 18 21 22 27 58 One Life to Live

> 3 4 4D 6 11S 13 46 As the World Turns

> 5 Donny and Marie

> 7 Family Feud

> 10 11A 12 38 40 41 Passions

> 11 Joy of Painting

> 17 NewsRadio

> 17A Movie: Brannigan (75)

> 49 Boy Meets World

> 55 Bloomberg News

> 66 Touched by an Angel

>

> 2:30 3S Divorce Court

> 7 Family Feud

> 11 Schewee Art Workshop

> 17 Hangin with Mr. Cooper

> 24 Judge Mills Lane

> 31 49 Magic School Bus

> 54 Full House

> 55 New Zoo Revue

>

> 3:00 2 13P 18 21 22 27 58 General Hospital

> 3 4 4D 6 13 46 Guiding Light

> 3S 40 Judge Joe Brown

> 5 7 Rosie ODonnell


> 9 10 11A 11S Montel Williams

> 11 Noddy

> 12 Days of Our Lives

> 17 Big Cartoonie

> 24 31 49 54 Magic School Bus

> 38 Sister, Sister

> 41 Maury

> 55 Donny and Marie

> 66 TBA

>

> 3:30 3S 40 Judge Joe Brown

> 11 Mister Rogers

> 17 New Batman/Superman Adventures

> 24 31 49 54 Power Rangers

> 38 Different World

> 66 Good Life

>

> 4:00 2 3 3S 4 6 10 13 Oprah Winfery

> 4D 46 Family Feud

> 5 Judge Judy

> 7 Maury

> 9 General Hospital

> 11 Arthur

> 11A Days of Our Lives

> 11S Guiding Light


> 12 22 Rosie ODonnell

> 13P 27 Judge Judy

> 17 Pokemon

> 18 21 Montel Williams

> 24 31 49 54 Beast Wars

> 38 Sally Jessy Raphael

> 40 Ricki Lake

> 41 Queen Latifah

> 55 Video Hits

> 58 TBA

> 66 Amen

>

> 4:05 17A Cosby Show

>

> 4:30 4D Inside Edition

> 5 Divorce Court

> 11 Dragon Tales

> 13P 27 Judge Judy

> 17 New Batman/Superman Adventures

> 24 31 49 54 Digimon: Digital Monsters

> 46 Family Feud

> 58 Good Life

> 66 Boy Meets World

>

> 4:35 17A Cosby Show


>

> 5:00 2 3S 4 5 6 9 10 11A 11S 12 13 21 27 46 News

> 3 Judge Joe Brown

> 4D 13P Oprah Winfrey

> 7 Hollywood Squares

> 11 Zoom

> 17 24 31 Sister, Sister

> 18 Sally Jessy Raphael

> 22 Andy Griffith

> 38 49 58 Judge Mathis

> 40 Rosie ODonnell

> 41 Jerry Springer

> 54 Judge Judy

> 66 The Nanny

>

> 5:05 17A Full House

>

> 5:30 3 Divorce Court

> 3S 54 Judge Judy

> 4 6 10 12 21 24 News

> 7 Jeopardy!

> 11 Wishbone

> 13 22 Andy Griffith

> 17 The Nanny

> 31 Cosby Show


> 66 NewsRadio

>

> 6:00 2 3 3S 4 4D 5 6 7 9 11A 11S 12 13 13P 18 21 40 46 55

> News

> 11 Newshour with Jim Lehrer

> 17 54 Living Single

> 24 Good Time

> 31 Hangin with Mr. Cooper

> 38 Ricki Lake

> 41 Judge Joe Brown

> 49 Fresh Prince

> 58 Caroline in the City

> 66 Star Trek: Voyager

>

> 6:05 17A Roseanne

>

> 6:30 3 4 4D 6 11S 13 46 CBS News

> 3S 7 10 11A 12 40 41 NBC News

> 9 13P 18 21 22 27 58 ABC News

> 17 Caroline in the City

> 24 Martin

> 31 News

> 49 54 Simpsons

> 55 American Times

>
> 6:35 17A Roseanne

>

> 7:00 2 ABC News

> 3S Jeopardy!

> 3S 41 Judge Judy

> 4 10 66 Frasier

> 4D 7 13P 21 News

> 5 9 27 Home Improvement

> 6 11A 12 13 22 Wheel of Fortune

> 11 Antiques Roadshow

> 11S Entertainment Tonight

> 17 Drew Carey

> 18 Judge Judy

> 24 31 Living Single

> 38 NBC News

> 40 Seinfeld

> 46 Extra!

> 49 54 Martin

> 55 Lighter Side of Sports

> 58 3rd Rock from the Sun

>

> 7:05 17A Fresh Prince

>

> 7:30 2 9 Entertainment Tonight

> 3 4D 7 Wheel of Fortune


> 3S 21 27 38 46 58 Hollywood Squares

> 4 Inside Edition

> 5 Drew Carey

> 6 11A 12 13 22 Jeopardy!

> 10 Martin

> 11 Are You Being Served

> 11S Extra!

> 13P 24 Home Improvement

> 17 Friends

> 18 41 Judge Judy

> 31 Seinfeld

> 40 Living Single

> 49 3rd Rock from the Sun

> 54 Fresh Prince

> 55 Americas Dumbest Criminals

> 66 Frasier

>

> 7:35 17A Fresh Prince

>

> 8:00 2 9 13P 18 21 22 27 58 Who Wants to be a Millionaire?

>

> 3 4 4D 6 11S 13 46 JAG

> 3S 7 10 11A 12 38 40 41 Just Shoot Me

> 5 24 31 49 54 Who Wants to Marry a Multi-Millionaire?

> 11 Nova
> 17 Buffy the Vampire Slayer

> 55 Entertainment Tonight

> 66 I Dare You: The Ultimate Challenge

>

> 8:05 17A Movie: Beetlejuice (88)

>

> 8:30 55 Extra!

>

> 9:00 2 9 13P 18 21 22 27 58 Dharma and Greg

> 3 4 4D 6 11S 13 46 60 Minutes II

> 3S 7 10 11A 12 38 40 41 Will and Grace

> 11 Nova

> 17 Angel

> 55 Gunsmoke

> 66 Shasta

>

> 9:30 2 9 13P 18 21 22 27 58 Sports Night

> 3S 7 10 11A 12 38 40 41 Will and Grace

> 66 Dilbert

>

> 10:00 2 9 13P 18 21 22 27 58 NYPD Blue

> 3 4 4D 6 11S 13 46 Judging Amy

> 3S 7 10 11A 12 38 40 41 Dateline NBC

> 5 24 31 News

> 11 Frontline
> 17 Ricki Lake

> 49 Star Trek: Voyager

> 54 Seinfeld

> 55 Peoples Court

> 66 Blind Date

>

> 10:10 17A Movie: Candyman (92)

>

> 10:30 54 Caroline in the City

> 66 Newlywed Game

> 10:35 24 Seinfeld

>

> 11:00 2 3 3S 4 4D 6 7 9 10 11A 11S 12 13 13P 18 21 22 27 40

> 46 58 News

> 5 31 Jerry Springer

> 11 TBA

> 17 Friends

> 38 3rd Rock from the Sun

> 41 Judge Joe Brown

> 49 Marriedwith Children

> 54 Good Times

> 55 The Nanny

> 66 Dating Game

>

> 11:05 24 Frasier


> 58 Cops

>

> 11:30 11 Charlie Rose

> 17 55 NewsRadio

> 49 Blind Date

> 66 Unhappily Ever After

>

> 11:35 2 9 18 21 22 27 58 Nightline

> 3 4 4D 6 11S 13 46 David Letterman

> 3S 7 10 11A 12 38 40 41 Jay Leno

> 13P Judge Joe Brown

> 24 Marriedwith Children

>

> 12:00 5 3rd Rock from the Sun

> 17 49 Change of Heart

> 31 54 Cops

> 55 Shop at Home Network (until 5 AM)

> 66 NewsRadio

>

> 12:05 2 9 18 21 22 58 Politically Incorrect

> 13P Nightline

>

> 12:10 17A Movie: Beetlejuice

>

> 12:30 5 M*A*S*H


> 11 Jack Horkheimer: Stargazer

> 17 54 Change of Heart

> 66 Blind Date

>

> 12:35 2 9 News

> 3 4D 6 46 Craig Kilborn

> 3S 7 10 11A 12 38 40 41 Conan OBrien

> 4 Entertainment Tonight

> 11S Access Hollywood

> 13 Martin Short

> 13P Politically Incorrect

> 18 3rd Rock from the Sun

> 21 Jerry Springer

> 22 Deep Space Nine

> 58 Blind Date

>

> 1:00 5 News

> 11 Nova

> 17 Extra!

> 54 Change of Heart

> 66 Bonanza

>

> 1:05 2 Leeza

> 4 11S Craig Kilborn

> 13P Caroline in the City


> 18 Extra!

> 27 Politically Incorrect

> 58 The Nanny

>

> 1:10 9 Montel Williams

>

> 1:30 17 Cheers

> 49 NewsRadio

> 54 Extra!

>

> 1:35 3S 7 11A 12 38 40 41 Later

> 4D Donny and Marie

> 6 Frasier

> 10 Home Improvement

> 13 Extra!

> 18 Entertainment Tonight

> 21 Real TV

> 27 46 News

> 58 Grace Under Fire

>

> 2:00 5 National Enquirer TV

> 11 Nova

> 49 Movie: Wild Horse Hank (Canadian, 79)

> 54 Movie: Lord of the Flies (90)

> 66 Shepherds Chapel Bible Study


>

> 2:05 2 Inside Edition

> 3 6 Up to the Minute (until 5)

> 3S 10 12 Jay Leno

> 4 11 13 News

> 11S Family Feud

> 13P Mad About You

> 18 Real TV

> 21 Martha Stewart Living

> 22 27 World News Now (until 5 on Ch. 22, until 4:30 on Ch.

> 27)

> 38 Access Hollywood

> 40 Maury

> 41 Dr. Joy Browne

> 58 TBA

>

> 2:10 9 Entertainment Tonight

> 17A Movie: Poltergiest II (86)

> 46 Extra!

>

> 2:30 5 Cops

>

> 2:35 2 18 World News Now (until 5 on Ch.2, until 5:30 on

> Ch. 18)

> 11A Jay Leno


> 11S Up to the Minute (until 5:00)

> 38 Andy Griffith

> 58 Good Life

>

> 2:40 4 Sally Jessy Raphael

> 9 World News Now (until 5:00)

> 13 Craig Kilborn

> 46 Dr. Joy Browne

>

> 3:00 5 Sally Jessy Raphael

> 11 Front Line

> 17 Movie: Deep Cover (92)

> 21 World News Now (until 5:00)

> 38 Leeza

> 66 Newlywed Game

>

> 3:05 3S 10 Conan OBrien

> 4D Up to the Minute (until 5:30)

> 12 News

> 13P 58 World News Now (until 5:30 on Ch. 13, until 6:00 on

> Ch. 58)

> 24 Boy Meets World

> 40 Cops

> 41 Change of Heart

>
> 3:30 66 Dating Game

>

> 3:35 7 Extra!

> 11A Conan OBrien

> 24 Mad About You

> 40 Grace Under Fire

> 41 Step by Step

>

> 3:40 4 Entertainment Tonight

> 12 Jack Hanna

> 13 Up to the Minute (until 5:00)

> 46 Roseanne Show

>

> 4:00 3S Martin

> 10 38 News

> 11 Nova

> 12 Access Hollywood

> 41 Step by Step

> 49 Dr. Joy Browne

> 54 Deep Space Nine

>

> 4:05 7 Inside Edition

> 24 Newlywed Game

>

> 4:10 4 ANC News


>

> 4:15 17A Interstitial

>

> 4:30 3S AG Day

> 5 Divorce Court

> 7 Shepherds Chapel Bible Study

> 10 11A 12 41 Early Today

> 17A Americas Funniest People

> 27 First Business

>

> 4:40 46 Up to the Minute (until 6:00)

>

Classic Television must always be preserved!

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06-09-2005, 01:31 PM #3

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Re: Retro: TV Guide South Georgia Edition 2/15/2000

Interesting----Tv Guide carried the listings for neither of the FOX stations that serve eastern GA,
WTGS/28 in Savannah or WAWS/30 in Jacksonville.....

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06-09-2005, 02:49 PM #4

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Re: Retro: TV Guide South Georgia Edition 2/15/2000

> Interesting----Tv Guide carried the listings for neither of


> the FOX stations that serve eastern GA, WTGS/28 in Savannah

> or WAWS/30 in Jacksonville.....

>

If I'm not mistaken, this issue primarily serves Columbus, Macon and Tallahassee, as well as SW
Georgia. Savannah is served by the South Carolina edition, and SE Georgia is served by the North
Florida (Jacksonville) edition.

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> > Interesting----Tv Guide carried the listings for neither

> of

> > the FOX stations that serve eastern GA, WTGS/28 in

> Savannah

> > or WAWS/30 in Jacksonville.....

>>

> If I'm not mistaken, this issue primarily serves Columbus,

> Macon and Tallahassee, as well as SW Georgia. Savannah is

> served by the South Carolina edition, and SE Georgia is

> served by the North Florida (Jacksonville) edition.

>
Also, Dothan and Panama City are in the Southern Alabama

edition; Atlanta, of course, has the Atlanta edition.

But there's considerable spillover, either OTA or on cable,

from all these markets plus Jacksonville and Savannah.

The South Georgia edition also serves Albany.

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Re: Retro: TV Guide South Georgia Edition 2/15/2000

> >Tv Guide carried the listings for neither

> of

> > the FOX stations that serve eastern GA, WTGS/28 in

> Savannah

> > or WAWS/30 in Jacksonville.....

>>

> If I'm not mistaken, this issue primarily serves Columbus,

> Macon and Tallahassee, as well as SW Georgia. Savannah is

> served by the South Carolina edition, and SE Georgia is

> served by the North Florida (Jacksonville) edition.


>

Though one station that should be part of the South Georgia edition, but isn't, is UPN affil WVAG
ch.44 from Valdosta. It was originally listed when it was an ABC affiliate, WVGA, which signed off
for good in 1992 following a plane crashing into its transmitter. It signed back on three years
later as WB affil WGVP (which, a few years later, switched networks and calls), but was never
reinstated in TV Guide.

Retro: Atlanta Sunday, June 15, 1969

I can't mention Lawrence Welk (my previous

post) without throwing in that this is the

premiere date of his archrival, Hee Haw (9 PM CBS).

Like Welk, Hee Haw was scorned by critics, canceled

for poor demographics, went into syndication and

outlasted most of the urban-oriented shows, and

battled Welk for the number-one slot in syndication

from 1971 until Welk turned off the bubble machine

for good in 1982.

These are from the Sunday Atlanta Journal and run

8 AM-midnight (or beyond):

WSB Ch. 2 (NBC)

8 AM Gospel Jubilee

9 AM Popeye Club

10:30 Cartoon Cavalcade


11 AM Grace Methodist Church

12 N Sound Of Youth

12:30 Meet The Press (an hour broadcast from

the U.S. Conference of Mayors--Sam Yorty

of Los Angeles is a guest)

1:30 Baseball: Braves at Pirates

4 PM Wild Kingdom (time approximate)

4:30 New Adventures Of Huck Finn

(these two are delayed from 6:30 and 7 PM, respectively)

5 PM All-American College Show

5:30 GE College Bowl (delay from 6 PM)

6 PM News

6:30 Suspense Theater

7:30 Walt Disney

8:30 Mothers-In-Law

9 PM Bonanza

10 PM My Friend Tony

11 PM News

11:30 Sunday Tonight Show

WAGA Ch. 5 (CBS)

8 AM America Sings

8:30 Gospel Caravan


9 AM Ebenezer Baptist Church (Martin Luther

King once preached there)

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 (delay from 11 AM)

12:30 Face The Nation

1 PM Amateur Hour (delay from 5:30)

1:30 Jetsons (delay from 5 PM)

2 PM AAU Track And Field: Coliseum-Compton

Invitational at the LA Coliseum (delay

from the previous Sunday, 3:30)

3 PM NFL Action (delay from 4:30)

3:30 21st Century (delay from 6 PM)

4 PM High Q

4:30 Movie: "Little Egypt"

6 PM News

6:30 Themes And Variations (a tour of Memphis)

7 PM Lassie

7:30 Gentle Ben

8 PM Ed Sullivan (Rodney Dangerfield, the Everly

Brothers, and Stiller and Meara are among

the guests)

9 PM Hee Haw (future regular Minnie Pearl is the


premiere guest)

10 PM Mission: Impossible

11 PM News

11:30 CBS News

11:45 Movie (don't have title)

WQXI Ch. 11 (ABC)

8 AM Rex Humbard

9 AM Revival Fires

9:30 Day Of Discovery

10 AM Family Hour

11 AM Oral Roberts

11:30 Discovery (tour of Hawaii)

12 N Movie: "Eyes Of The Jungle"

1:30 Movie: "Small Town Deb"

3 PM Auto Racing: Langhorne 150

5 PM Golf: U.S. Open (final round

from Houston)

7 PM Land Of The Giants (time approximate)

8 PM The FBI

9 PM ABC Movie: "Bunny Lake Is Missing"

11 PM News

11:30 Movie (again, don't have title)


WJRJ Ch. 17 (Ind.)

(Ted Turner hadn't bought the station yet.)

1 PM Directions (pre-empted on Ch. 11)

1:30 House Detective

2:30 Movie: "Fury At Furnace Creek"

4:30 Around The World

5 PM Inside Outdoors

5:30 Frank McGee Report (pre-empted on

Ch. 2)

6 PM Wild Wild West

7 PM Movie: "Cry Danger"

9 PM Ernest Tubb

9:30 Stan Hitchcock

10 PM Sherlock Holmes Theater (don't have

title)

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> WAGA Ch. 5 (CBS)

> 9 PM Hee Haw (future regular Minnie Pearl is the

> premiere guest)

I have the DVD of the first episode of Hee Haw and the musical guests were Loretta Lynn and
Charlie Pride. Minnie Pearl became a regular on the show when it came back in December 1969
after its successful summer run.

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06-12-2005, 03:06 AM #3

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Re: Retro: Atlanta Sunday, June 15, 1969

I presume in these cases, it was a one-week delay, or were there advance feeds available?

> 4 PM Wild Kingdom (time approximate)

> 4:30 New Adventures Of Huck Finn

> (these two are delayed from 6:30 and 7 PM, respectively)

> 5:30 GE College Bowl (delay from 6 PM)

> 1 PM Amateur Hour (delay from 5:30)

> 1:30 Jetsons (delay from 5 PM)

> 3 PM NFL Action (delay from 4:30)

> 3:30 21st Century (delay from 6 PM)


I ask specifically because it would seem awfully dated to be running the NFL show a week
delayed ...

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Re: Retro: Atlanta Sunday, June 15, 1969

> I presume in these cases, it was a one-week delay, or were

> there advance feeds available?

>

> > 4 PM Wild Kingdom (time approximate)

> > 4:30 New Adventures Of Huck Finn

> > (these two are delayed from 6:30 and 7 PM, respectively)

> > 5:30 GE College Bowl (delay from 6 PM)

>

> > 1 PM Amateur Hour (delay from 5:30)

> > 1:30 Jetsons (delay from 5 PM)

> > 3 PM NFL Action (delay from 4:30)


> > 3:30 21st Century (delay from 6 PM)

>

> I ask specifically because it would seem awfully dated to be

> running the NFL show a week delayed ...

>

They're all a week delay. NFL Action was a documentary series

about various aspects of pro football (for example, a player

profile) and was specifically designed to play during the summer.

It had been a syndicated show (which Ch. 5 aired in 1968), and

would air in prime time on ABC in the early '70s. The subject

matter had no relation to breaking news in the NFL, exhibition

games, or anything of the sort, so timeliness was not a problem.

An exception to all this is Directions, airing on Ch. 17 instead

of Ch. 11. At the time, 17 had a secondary affiliation with ABC and

picked up some shows 11 pre-empted (such as The Dating Game and Newlywed

Game on Saturday nights), but these were "on pattern" with the rest

of the country. Ted Turner, in the '70s, wanted the ABC affiliation

but ABC chose to stay with VHF Ch. 11 until it could make a deal

with Ch. 2.

The Frank McGee Report is also, obviously, "on pattern,"

as this was NBC's Sunday newscast. Channel 17 ran several NBC shows

in the late '60s and early '70s (notably the NBC Wednesday Mystery

Movie which Ch. 2 pre-empted in favor of its own movie; Jeopardy!;


and The Who, What Or Where Game). In 1972, Ted Turner put up

billboards around the city announcing, "The NBC Network Moves To

Channel 17," and listing the NBC programs he carried. They came

down when NBC threatened to sue.

As for CBS, I recall 17 carrying Roger Mudd's newscast on Saturdays,

and I think they carried Wild Wild West. Turner used to carry the

CBS Late Movie back around '72 (look at some of my Atlanta postings

from that year).<P ID="edit"><FONT class="small">Edited by bpatrick on 06/13/05 12:35


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Retro: Atlanta Saturday, July 2, 1955

Red-letter day: The Lawrence Welk Show debuts

on ABC. It will be derided by critics and canceled

due to poor demographics, then keep right on going in

syndication and, now, in reruns on PBS (one PBS station

manager who turned down the Welk reruns wondered if Hee

Haw would be next--edit Hee Haw down to the music segments

and you'd have a pretty good country-music show).

Times, by the way, are EST. These are from the Atlanta

Constitution.

WSB Ch. 2 (NBC)

9 AM Pinky Lee
9:30 Paul Winchell

10 AM Funny Boners (a kids' version of Truth Or

Consequences, hosted by Jimmy Weldon, the

voice of Yakky Doodle)

10:30 Tom Corbett, Space Cadet

11 AM Mr. Wizard

11:30 Movie: "Doorway To Suspicion"

1:15 Movie: "Arch Of Triumph"

2:30 Movie: "In Old Mexico"

3:30 Cartoons

4 PM Bowling (no details given)

5 PM My Hero (Bob Cummings' first show)

5:30 Terry And The Pirates

6 PM Soldiers Of Fortune

6:30 Horace Heidt

7 PM The Soldiers (Hal March did this show live

on Saturdays and The $64,000 Question live

on Tuesdays that summer.)

7:30 Dunninger (his generation's Kreskin)

8 PM Steve Allen In Movieland (with Jeff Chandler,

Tony Curtis, Piper Laurie, Mara Corday, Benny

Goodman, Teddy Wilson, and Gene Krupa)

9:30 Your Play Time

10 PM My Little Margie

10:30 City Detective


11 PM News; Movie: "Four Faces West"

1 AM News Headlines

WAGA Ch. 5 (CBS)

8:45 Cartoons

9 AM Ranch-Hand Round-Up

10 AM Winky Dink And You

10:30 Captain Midnight

11 AM Big Top

12 N Buffalo Bill Jr.

12:30 TV Ranch

12:45 Baseball: Giants at Phillies (Dizzy

Dean does play-by-play)

4 PM Sunny Days (time approximate)

4:15 Tale Of The City

4:30 This Is Your Town

5 PM Wrestling

6 PM Hartman Family (Paul Hartman's Pride

Of The Family, reruns of a 1953 ABC

series)

6:30 Beat The Clock

7 PM America's Greatest Bands (Louis Armstrong

is a guest)

8 PM Two For The Money (Sam Levenson replaces


Herb Shriner for the summer)

8:30 Down You Go

9 PM Professional Father (Barbara Billingsley

is the mom on this show)

9:30 Damon Runyon Theater

10 PM News; Sports On Parade

11 PM News

11:15 On Stage

sign off 11:30 PM

WLW-A Ch. 11 (ABC)

9:15 Cartoons

10 AM Serial

11:30 Movie: "West Of The Divide"

12:30 Hoedown Matinee

1 PM Movie: "The Lady Confesses"

2 PM Movie: "Hollywood And Vine"

3:15 ABC Horse Races

3:30 Wrestling

4:30 Movie: "Terrors On Horseback"

5:30 Atlanta Jubilee

6:30 Ozark Jubilee

8 PM Lawrence Welk (on the first show,

Myron Floren plays "Lady of Spain"


and Champagne Lady Alice Lon sings

"Love Me or Leave Me")

9 PM Gospel Jubilee

10 PM Wrestling

11 PM News; Movie: "High Tide"

sign off 12:15 AM

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Re: Retro: Atlanta Saturday, July 2, 1955

(one PBS station

> manager who turned down the Welk reruns wondered if Hee

> Haw would be next--edit Hee Haw down to the music segments

> and you'd have a pretty good country-music show).

Speaking of which, bpatrick (and others interested) One of the PBS "Pledge week" programs is
"Grand Ole Opry Vintage Classics". Hosted by Vince Gill, This program consists of Musical
selections from The "Grand Ole Opry" TV series from the 1950's and 60's from all the well known
stars. It aired on WVIZ 25 Cleveland Saturday Night 5:30-7PM. I've only watched a bit of it thus
far but they appear to be airing complete songs..Sounds really good if you want to get classic
music footage.

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> (one PBS station

> > manager who turned down the Welk reruns wondered if Hee

> > Haw would be next--edit Hee Haw down to the music segments

>

> > and you'd have a pretty good country-music show).

>

>

> Speaking of which, bpatrick (and others interested) One of

> the PBS "Pledge week" programs is "Grand Ole Opry Vintage

> Classics". Hosted by Vince Gill, This program consists of

> Musical selections from The "Grand Ole Opry" TV series from

> the 1950's and 60's from all the well known stars. It aired

> on WVIZ 25 Cleveland Saturday Night 5:30-7PM. I've only

> watched a bit of it thus far but they appear to be airing

> complete songs..Sounds really good if you want to get

> classic music footage.

>

North Carolina's public-TV network ran that show yesterday as

well. I have to admit I'm not a country-music fan, but I do

remember all those performers and songs, and they did sound really
good.

The program itself seemed to stress the "Nashville sound," which

has a more MOR feel to it than traditional country. Indeed, many

of these songs were played on MOR and even top-40 stations in the

'50s and '60s. I think Vince Gill pointed out that Eddy Arnold and

Ray Price were probably the leading exponents of this style of music

(but so was Jim Reeves).

Urban legend: Patsy Cline was a winner on Arthur Godfrey's Talent

Scouts in 1957, and he wanted to make her a regular on his morning

show. But she'd have to change her sound, he told her. She turned

him down, preferring to stick with the sound she knew so well.<P ID="edit"><FONT
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Retro: Nashville, Friday, July 1, 1955

Nashville was on Central Standard Time in summer 1955, with prime-time two hours behind
Eastern on all three channels. When comparing this with a summer 1955 Atlanta schedule
bpatrick posted a few days ago, WSM-TV's NBC daytime soaps are two hours behind WSB's but
WLAC-TV's are only an hour behind WAGA-TV's CBS soaps in Atlanta.

(Source: Shelbyville (Tenn.) Times-Gazette)

WSM-TV 4 (NBC)

AM

7 Today (the published grid, which also included a schedule for a local radio station which signed
on at 5 a.m., showed blank spaces until 7 for Ch. 4. Apparently Ch. 4 actually signed on at 7.)

8 Ding Dong School


8:30 Way Of The World

8:45 Sheilah Graham

9 Home

10 Tennessee Ernie Ford

10:30 Feather Your Nest

11 Movie (name not listed)

PM

12 Midday News

12:15 Devotional Moments

12:30 Kitchen Kollege

1 Ted Macks Matinee

1:30 Greatest Gift

1:45 Miss Marlowe

2 Hawkins Falls

2:30 First Love

2:45 Modern Romances

3 Opry Matinee

3:30 Howdy Doody

4 Western Corral

5:30 Coke Time with Eddie Fisher

5:45 Camel News Caravan

6 Midwestern Hayride

6:30 Cisco Kid (syndicated)

7 Big Story

7:30 Sherlock Holmes (syndicated)


8 Fights

8:45 Adventures of The Falcon (syndicated)

9:15 Life of Riley (from 6:30 CST/8:30 EDT)

9:45 Weather

10 Bob Cummings Show (from 8:30 CST/10:30 EDT Sunday)

10:30 News-Sports

(Later-night schedule not listed -- the local radio station mentioned above signed off at 11 and
the grid ended at that point -- so uncertain if Tonight was carried. I doubt Ch. 4 signed off this
early.)

WLAC-TV 5 (CBS)

AM

6:45 Speer Family

7 Show (all it says)

7:15 News

7:30 Show (again, all it says)

8 Garry Moore

8:30 Arthur Godfrey

9:30 Strike It Rich

10 Valiant Lady

10:15 Love Of Life

10:30 Search For Tomorrow

10:45 Guiding Light

11 Inner Flame

11:15 Road Of Life

11:30 Welcome Travelers


PM

12 Robert Q. Lewis

12:30 House Party

1 Big Payoff

1:30 Bob Crosby

2 Brighter Day

2:15 Secret Storm

2:30 On Your Account

3 Southern Cooking

3:30 Mr. Music

4:30 Cartoon Carnival

5:15 Barker Bill

5:30 CBS News

5:45 Julius LaRosa

6 Little Rascals (syndicated)

6:30 Topper

7 Schlitz Playhouse Of Stars

7:30 Our Miss Brooks

8 The Lineup

8:30 Person To Person

9 Follow That Man (syndicated; Man Against Crime reruns)

9:30 Man Behind The Badge (syndicated)

10 News

10:15 Summer Night Movie


WSIX-TV 8 (ABC)

AM

9:30 Movie

11 Romper Room

PM

12 Noontime News

12:15 Panorama

12:30 Movie Matinee

2:00 -- 8 Ball Show

4 High Adventure

6 Rocky Jones, Space Ranger (syndicated?)

6:30 Annie Oakley (syndicated)

7 Dollar A Second

7:30 The Vise

8 Treasury Men In Action (from previous Friday, 6:30 CST/8:30 EDT)

8:30 Ozzie and Harriet (from previous Friday, 6:00 CST/8:00 EDT)

9 Playhouse

9:30 Mark Saber (Brooks-Marsh lists this ABC show as being off the air from June 1954-
December 1955)

10 News

10:15 Sports

10:30 Wrestling

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Re: Retro: Nashville, Friday, July 1, 1955

> Nashville was on Central Standard Time in summer 1955, with

> prime-time two hours behind Eastern on all three channels.

> When comparing this with a summer 1955 Atlanta schedule

> bpatrick posted a few days ago, WSM-TV's NBC daytime soaps

> are two hours behind WSB's but WLAC-TV's are only an hour

> behind WAGA-TV's CBS soaps in Atlanta.

> (Source: Shelbyville (Tenn.) Times-Gazette)

Are you sure WSM is running the soaps two hours behind WSB?

Concerning Miss Marlowe, for example, aired at 2:45 (EST) in

Atlanta; Modern Romances at 3:45. (WSM would be two hours

behind New York; WSB, one hour.) Way Of The World is delayed

in Atlanta, because it's on the network when WSB has Today In Georgia.

WLAC is indeed one hour behind WAGA. WLAC does carry Valiant Lady

on pattern, which WAGA does not; WLAC also carries The Inner Flame,

which WAGA does not carry at all.

Central Standard Time is two hours behind Eastern Daylight Time,

which is why Howdy Doody is on at 3:30 in Nashville (5:30 in New


York), Douglas Edwards at 5:30 (7:30 in New York), and boxing at

8 PM in Nashville (10 PM in New York); in Atlanta (Eastern Standard

Time) they are on at 4:30, 6:30, and 9 PM, respectively.

I wish your listings were the same day of the week as mine; I'd

like to see how ABC (Nashville's Ch. 8 and Atlanta's Ch. 11) differed.

Maybe when I get a chance I'll get Atlanta's for July 1 and answer

that question.

>

> WSM-TV 4 (NBC)

> AM

> 7 Today (the published grid, which also included a schedule

> for a local radio station which signed on at 5 a.m., showed

> blank spaces until 7 for Ch. 4. Apparently Ch. 4 actually

> signed on at 7.)

> 8 Ding Dong School

> 8:30 Way Of The World

> 8:45 Sheilah Graham

> 9 Home

> 10 Tennessee Ernie Ford

> 10:30 Feather Your Nest

> 11 Movie (name not listed)

> PM

> 12 Midday News

> 12:15 Devotional Moments


> 12:30 Kitchen Kollege

> 1 Ted Macks Matinee

> 1:30 Greatest Gift

> 1:45 Miss Marlowe

> 2 Hawkins Falls

> 2:30 First Love

> 2:45 Modern Romances

> 3 Opry Matinee

> 3:30 Howdy Doody

> 4 Western Corral

> 5:30 Coke Time with Eddie Fisher

> 5:45 Camel News Caravan

> 6 Midwestern Hayride

> 6:30 Cisco Kid (syndicated)

> 7 Big Story

> 7:30 Sherlock Holmes (syndicated)

> 8 Fights

> 8:45 Adventures of The Falcon (syndicated)

> 9:15 Life of Riley (from 6:30 CST/8:30 EDT)

> 9:45 Weather

> 10 Bob Cummings Show (from 8:30 CST/10:30 EDT Sunday)

> 10:30 News-Sports

> (Later-night schedule not listed -- the local radio station

> mentioned above signed off at 11 and the grid ended at that

> point -- so uncertain if Tonight was carried. I doubt Ch.


> 4 signed off this early.)

>

> WLAC-TV 5 (CBS)

> AM

> 6:45 Speer Family

> 7 Show (all it says)

> 7:15 News

> 7:30 Show (again, all it says)

> 8 Garry Moore

> 8:30 Arthur Godfrey

> 9:30 Strike It Rich

> 10 Valiant Lady

> 10:15 Love Of Life

> 10:30 Search For Tomorrow

> 10:45 Guiding Light

> 11 Inner Flame

> 11:15 Road Of Life

> 11:30 Welcome Travelers

> PM

> 12 Robert Q. Lewis

> 12:30 House Party

> 1 Big Payoff

> 1:30 Bob Crosby

> 2 Brighter Day

> 2:15 Secret Storm


> 2:30 On Your Account

> 3 Southern Cooking

> 3:30 Mr. Music

> 4:30 Cartoon Carnival

> 5:15 Barker Bill

> 5:30 CBS News

> 5:45 Julius LaRosa

> 6 Little Rascals (syndicated)

> 6:30 Topper

> 7 Schlitz Playhouse Of Stars

> 7:30 Our Miss Brooks

> 8 The Lineup

> 8:30 Person To Person

> 9 Follow That Man (syndicated; Man Against Crime reruns)

> 9:30 Man Behind The Badge (syndicated)

> 10 News

> 10:15 Summer Night Movie

>

> WSIX-TV 8 (ABC)

> AM

> 9:30 Movie

> 11 Romper Room

> PM

> 12 Noontime News

> 12:15 Panorama


> 12:30 Movie Matinee

> 2:00 -- 8 Ball Show

> 4 High Adventure

> 6 Rocky Jones, Space Ranger (syndicated?)

> 6:30 Annie Oakley (syndicated)

> 7 Dollar A Second

> 7:30 The Vise

> 8 Treasury Men In Action (from previous Friday, 6:30

> CST/8:30 EDT)

> 8:30 Ozzie and Harriet (from previous Friday, 6:00 CST/8:00

> EDT)

> 9 Playhouse

> 9:30 Mark Saber (Brooks-Marsh lists this ABC show as being

> off the air from June 1954-December 1955)

> 10 News

> 10:15 Sports

> 10:30 Wrestling

>

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> I wish your listings were the same day of the week as mine;

> I'd

> like to see how ABC (Nashville's Ch. 8 and Atlanta's Ch. 11)

> differed.

Hang on. I'll have Nashville for July 2, 1955 posted, hopefully, later today (Monday).

Retro: Northern Alabama edition, Saturday morning, Sept 17, 1977

Stations:

Birmingham

6 WBRC-TV (ABC)

13 WAPI-TV (NBC)

42 WBMG-TV (CBS)

Huntsville

19 WHNT (CBS)

31 WAAY-TV (NBC)

48 WYUR-TV (ABC)

Anniston

40 WHMA-TV (CBS)
Florence

15 WOWL-TV (NBC)

Tuscaloosa

33 WCFT-TV (CBS)

Nashville, Tenn.

"2" WNGE (ABC)

"4" WSM-TV (NBC)

"5" WTVF (CBS)

Columbus, Miss.

4 WCBI (ABC)

Tupelo

9 WTWV (NBC, ABC)

Listings starts with 6.30 am Central Time

6.30

"2" Children's Gospel Hour

"4", 9, 13, 15, 31 Pink Panther

"5" Sunrise Semester

"6" Animals, Animals, Animals--Children

Hal Linden hosted the show's 2nd season opener.


19 Tenn. Valley Farm Time

48 Tennessee Tuxedo--Cartoon

6.40

42 Focus

6.55

42 Popeye--Cartoon

7 am

"2", 4, 6, 48 Superfriends--Cartoons

[Sept 10 was the show's 5th season opener]

"4", 9, 13, 15, 31 C.B. Bears--Cartoons

[New show]

"5", 19, 33, 40, 42 Bugs Bunny/Road Runner--Cartoons

8 am

"2", 4, 6, 48 Laff-O-Lympics--Cartoons

[New show]

"4", 9, 13, 15, 31 Young Sentinels--Cartoon

[New show]

"5", 19, 33, 40, 42 What's New, Mr. Magoo--Cartoon

[New show]

8.30

"4", 9, 13, 15, 31 Archie/Sabrina--Cartoons

"5", 19, 33, 40, 42 Skatebirds--Cartoons

[New show]

9.30

"4", 9, 13, 15, 31 Adventures of Muhammad Ali--Cartoon


[New show]

"5", 19, 33, 40, 42 Space Academy--Children

[New show]

10 am

"2", 4, 6, 48 Krofft Supershow--Children

[2nd season opener aired on Sept 10]

"4", 9, 13, 15, 31 Thunder--Children

[New show]

"5", 33, 40, 42 Batman/Tarzan--Cartoons

19 Kidsworld

10.30

"4", 9, 13, 15, 31 Search and Rescue--Children

[New show]

11 am

"2", 4, 6, 48 Weekend Special--Children

"The Winged Colt", Part 2 of 3.

[New show]

"4", 9, 13, 15, 31 Baggy Pants and the Nitwits--Cartoons

[New show]

"5", 19, 33, 40, 42 Wacko--Children

Debut:

11.30

"2", 4 American Bandstand--Dick Clark

60 min. The show was in its 21st season.

"4', 9, 13, 15, 31 Red Hand Gang--Children


Part 2 of 5.

[New show]

"5", 19, 33, 40, 42 Fat Albert--Cartoon

The 6th season opener.

6 Bewitched--Comedy

48 Wrestling

12 pm

"4" Hot Fudge--Childen

"5", 9, 15 Wrestling

6 That Girl--Comedy

13 Clifford Avenue Kids--Children

19, 33, 40, 42 Isis--Children

31 Soul Train--Music

12.30

"2', 4, 6, 48 College Football Pre-Game Show

"4" Cisco Kid--Western (BW)

13 This Week in Baseball

[Note: The series started in the spring of 1977 in syndication. Moved to Fox Sports on Saturday
afternoons starting in June 2000.]

19, 33, 40 Film Festival--Children

"Angel and Big Joe" (1975)

12.45

"2", 4, 6, 48 College Football

Alabama Crimson Tide vs. Nebraska Cornhuskers in Lincoln, Neb. (Live)

1 pm

"4", 9, 13, 15, 31 Grandstand


"5" Fun City 5

19 Batman/Tarzan--Cartoons

33 Clifford Avenue Kids--Children

40 Books and Bookworms--Bit;er

1.15

"4", 9, 13, 15, 31 Baseball

Either Boston Red Sox at Baltimore Orioles or New York Yankees at Detriot Tigers. (Live)

Note:

19, 33, 40, 42 aired "CBS Sports Spectacular" from 3.30-5 pm and "2", 4, 6, 48 aired "Wide World
of Sports" from 4-5.30 pm.

NBC and ABC began their new Saturday morning schedule on Sept 10 and CBS on Sept 17.

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> Stations:

>

> Birmingham

> 6 WBRC-TV (ABC)

> 13 WAPI-TV (NBC)

> 42 WBMG-TV (CBS)

>

> Huntsville

> 19 WHNT (CBS)

> 31 WAAY-TV (NBC)

> 48 WYUR-TV (ABC)

>

> Anniston

> 40 WHMA-TV (CBS)

>

> Florence

> 15 WOWL-TV (NBC)

>

> Tuscaloosa

> 33 WCFT-TV (CBS)

>

> Nashville, Tenn.

> "2" WNGE (ABC)

> "4" WSM-TV (NBC)


> "5" WTVF (CBS)

>

> Columbus, Miss.

> 4 WCBI (ABC)

>

> Tupelo

> 9 WTWV (NBC, ABC)

>

> 11.30

> "2", 4 American Bandstand--Dick Clark

> 60 min. The show was in its 21st season.

> "4', 9, 13, 15, 31 Red Hand Gang--Children

> Part 2 of 5.

> [New show]

> "5", 19, 33, 40, 42 Fat Albert--Cartoon

> The 6th season opener.

> 6 Bewitched--Comedy

> 48 Wrestling

> 12 pm

> "4" Hot Fudge--Childen

> "5", 9, 15 Wrestling

> 6 That Girl--Comedy

I'm surprised to see American Bandstand pre-empted

on Ch. 6. I was living in Dallas at the time. There,


WFAA/8 also pre-empted Bandstand and I don't know how

many times station president Mike Shapiro had to answer

questions about it on his Saturday-night show Inside

Television. I don't think he ever gave a satisfactory

answer as to why the station pre-empted it.

One reason I think CBS started its new Saturday-morning

lineup a week later was because of the U.S. Open tennis

tournament. On Sept. 10, CBS had the women's singles

finals and the men's semifinals, starting at noon (ET).


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> I'm surprised to see American Bandstand pre-empted

> on Ch. 6. I was living in Dallas at the time. There,

> WFAA/8 also pre-empted Bandstand and I don't know how

> many times station president Mike Shapiro had to answer

> questions about it on his Saturday-night show Inside


> Television. I don't think he ever gave a satisfactory

> answer as to why the station pre-empted it.

I used to live in Birmingham, though I was very, very young in 1977 (3 yo to be exact). I do
remember watching ABC's "American Bandstand" in the early 1980s on Ch. 6. I saw Madonna on
AB for the first time in 1984.

> One reason I think CBS started its new Saturday-morning

> lineup a week later was because of the U.S. Open tennis

> tournament. On Sept. 10, CBS had the women's singles

> finals and the men's semifinals, starting at noon (ET).

I knew that but I thought it'll be senseless to mention that since CBS Sports have been airing the
US Open for years.

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Retro: Nashville, Saturday, July 2, 1955

Odd abbreviations are exactly as printed in the Shelbyville (Tenn.) Times-Gazette of July 1, 1955.
I'm not familiar with some of the shows from this era and didn't want to guess at what the
abbreviations may be.

WSM-TV 4 (NBC)

AM

8 Pinky Lee

8:30 Paul Winchell

9 Pride of Vol. (Volunteer, as in Volunteer State?)


9:30 Tom Corbett, Space Cadet

10 Hopalong Cassidy

10:30 Porky Pig

11 Club (listed as printed)

PM

12 Western Frontiers

1 Buster Crabbe

1:30 Mr. Wizard

2 Front Row Theater

3:30 Legal Rights

4 Vacation Time

4:30 Play The Game

5 Buffalo Bill Jr.

5:15 Show Wagon

6 Max Leibman Presents

7:30 Jimmy Durante

8 George Gobel

8:30 Calv. Of Amer. (listed here exactly as originally printed; could this be Cavalcade of America
from ABC?)

9 Your Hit Parade

9:30 Dear Phoebe (delayed from Friday)

10 Wrestling

WLAC-TV 5 (CBS)

AM

9 Winky Dink
9:30 Captain Midnight

10 Big Top

11 Party

11:30 Law Of The Wild

11:55 Game Of The Week

PM

2:30 Phantom

2:45 Double Action Western

4:45 Rex And Rinty

5:15 Its Your Life

5:30 Beat The Clock

6 Americas Greatest Bands

7 Two For The Money

7:30 Down You Go

8 Professional Father

8:30 Damon Runyon Theater

9 Victory At Sea

9:30 Summer Night Movie

WSIX-TV 8 (ABC)

AM

9:30 Movie

11 Romper Room

PM

12 Westerns
1 Double Feature

2:15 ABC Horse Races

2:30 Comedy

3:30 Soldier Parade

4 Inside TV

4:15 Hall Of Fame

4:30 Sunday School Lesson

4:45 Dr. Norman Vincent Peale

5 Flight No. 7

5:30 Red Foley (as listed on this schedule; aka Ozark Jamboree)

7 Lawrence Welk

8 Western Frontier

9 Wrestling

10 Playhouse

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Re: Retro: Nashville, Saturday, July 2, 1955

Interestingly enough, it appears that no Nashville TV station stayed on the air past 11 P.M. that
evening.

Granted, Nashville was on Central Standard Time, and that may have had a lot to do with it.
When Daylight Time ended, the three Nashville TV stations may have stayed on until around 12
Midnight on Saturdays.

Of course, radio's "Grand Old Opry" on WSM-650 may, even back in the mid-fifties, have run
until 12 Midnight or 1 (or even 2) in the morning local time. If that's the case, it's possible that
"Opry" on radio was so entrenched that no Nashville TV station could compete against it, hence,
the early TV sign-off.

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> Interestingly enough, it appears that no Nashville TV

> station stayed on the air past 11 P.M. that evening.

>

> Granted, Nashville was on Central Standard Time, and that

> may have had a lot to do with it. When Daylight Time ended,

> the three Nashville TV stations may have stayed on until

> around 12 Midnight on Saturdays.

>

> Of course, radio's "Grand Old Opry" on WSM-650 may, even

> back in the mid-fifties, have run until 12 Midnight or 1 (or

> even 2) in the morning local time.

Since the late 1940s the Opry has ended shortly after midnight (depending on how long the last
Opry act ran over) followed by the Ernest Tubb Midnight Jamboree, live from one of the Tubb
record stores.
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Re: Retro: Nashville, Saturday, July 2, 1955

> > Interestingly enough, it appears that no Nashville TV

> > station stayed on the air past 11 P.M. that evening.

>>

> > Granted, Nashville was on Central Standard Time, and that

> > may have had a lot to do with it. When Daylight Time

> ended,

> > the three Nashville TV stations may have stayed on until

> > around 12 Midnight on Saturdays.

>>

> > Of course, radio's "Grand Old Opry" on WSM-650 may, even

> > back in the mid-fifties, have run until 12 Midnight or 1

> (or

> > even 2) in the morning local time.

>

> Since the late 1940s the Opry has ended shortly after

> midnight (depending on how long the last Opry act ran over)

> followed by the Ernest Tubb Midnight Jamboree, live from one

> of the Tubb record stores.


Actually the Midnite Jamboree broadcasts from the Texas Troubador Theater (Named for Tubb's
Nickname) across from the Grand Ole Opry House..(Near the former Opryland Area)

Retro: Atlanta prime time (affiliates only) September 10-16, 1977

Again, to compare with Birmingham, which

was in a post from the Northern Alabama

edition of TV Guide for the same week.

These are from the Atlanta Constitution;

time frame is 7 PM-1 AM (ET).

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 10

WSB Ch. 2 (NBC)

7 PM Hee Haw

8 PM Bionic Woman (just moved from

ABC to NBC)

9 PM Movie: "Dirty Harry" (I think

this is a network movie)

11 PM News

11:30 Saturday Night Live

WAGA Ch. 5 (CBS)

7 PM TV5 Reports

7:30 Family Theater: "Cajun Cousins"


8 PM State Fair America (special from

various state fairs, with Roy Clark,

Steven Ford, Gabe Kaplan, Mel Tillis,

Jimmie Walker, Alan King, Robert Klein,

and Lynn Anderson)

10 PM Miss America Pageant (on CBS this year--

Bert Parks and Phyllis George co-host)

12 M News (time approximate)

12:30 Andy Williams

WXIA Ch. 11 (ABC)

7 PM Space: 1999

8 PM Best Of Welcome Back, Kotter

9 PM Washington: Behind Closed Doors

(Part 5)

11 PM News

11:30 Movie: "The Bravados"

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 11

Channel 2:

7 PM Wonderful World Of Disney

9 PM Emmy Awards
11 PM News (time approximate)

11:30 Movie: "Billion Dollar Brain"

(this might have been NBC's

late-night Sunday movie)

Channel 5:

7 PM 60 Minutes (time approximate

after U.S. Open Tennis)

8 PM Fashionata

8:30 Love Affair

9 PM CBS Movie: "Cahill, U.S. Marshal"

11 PM News

11:30 CBS News

11:45 Movie: "The Great Northfield,

Minnesota Raid"

Channel 11:

7 PM Hardy Boys

8 PM Six Million Dollar Man

9 PM Washington: Behind Closed Doors

(Part 6)

11 PM News

11:30 Toma
12:30 Newsmakers

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 12

Channel 2:

7 PM NBC News

7:30 All-Star Anything Goes

8 PM Little House On The Prairie

9 PM Billy Graham Crusade

10 PM Musical World Of Julie Andrews

11 PM News

11:30 Tonight Show

Channel 5:

7 PM CBS News

7:30 Match Game PM

8 PM Young Dan'l Boone

9 PM Betty White

9:30 Maude

10 PM Rafferty

11 PM News

11:30 CBS Movie: "Babe"


Channel 11:

7 PM Concentration

7:30 To Tell The Truth

8 PM Lucan

9 PM NCAA Football: UCLA

at Houston

12 M News (time approximate)

12:30 College Football '77

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13

Channel 2:

7 PM NBC News

7:30 Wild Kingdom

8 PM Richard Pryor

9 PM NBC Movie: "Sex And The

Married Woman"

11 PM News

11:30 Tonight Show

Channel 5:

7 PM CBS News
7:30 Price Is Right

8 PM CBS Sports Special: Night

Of Champions (Jose Torres

vs. Danny "Little Red" Lopez,

15 rounds for the WBC featherweight

championship. Lopez retained the title,

but I don't know how.)

11 PM News

11:30 Kojak

(doesn't say what follows)

Channel 11:

7 PM Concentration

7:30 To Tell The Truth

8 PM Happy Days

9 PM Three's Company

9:30 Soap

10 PM Family

11 PM News

11:30 Fernwood 2 Night

12 M Movie (title not given)

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14
Channel 2:

7 PM NBC News

7:30 Name That Tune

8 PM Night With The Heavyweights:

four bouts featuring contenders

for Muhammad Ali's title: Ken

Norton vs. Lorenzo Zamora, Jimmy

Young vs. Jody Ballard, Ron Lyle

vs. Stan Ward, Larry Holmes vs.

Howard Smith

11 PM News

11:30 Tonight Show

Channel 5:

7 PM CBS News

7:30 Cross-Wits

8 PM CBS Movie: "Spider-Man"

9:30 CBS Movie: "Relentless"

11 PM News

11:30 Hawaii Five-O

12:40 Movie (title not given)

Channel 11:
7 PM Concentration

7:30 To Tell The Truth

8 PM Eight Is Enough

9 PM Charlie's Angels

11 PM News

11:30 Fernwood 2 Night

12 M Starsky & Hutch

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15

Channel 2:

7 PM NBC News

7:30 $25,000 Pyramid

8 PM CHiPs

9 PM 3rd Annual Rock Music Awards

11 PM News (time approximate)

11:30 Tonight Show (listing also shows

Tom Snyder's Tomorrow Show--did

Carson not want to do the Tonight

Show, thinking the awards show

might run over?)

Channel 5:
7 PM CBS News

7:30 Muppet Show

8 PM Waltons

9 PM Hawaii Five-O

10 PM Barnaby Jones

11 PM News

11:30 CBS Movie: "Cold Sweat"

Channel 11:

7 PM Concentration

7:30 To Tell The Truth

8 PM Welcome Back, Kotter

9 PM Barney Miller

9:30 Carter Country

10 PM Redd Foxx

11 PM News

11:30 Fernwood 2 Night

12 M Police Story

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 16

Channel 2:
7 PM NBC News

7:30 Gong Show

8 PM Sanford Arms

8:30 Chico And The Man

9 PM Rockford Files

10 PM Quincy

11 PM News

11:30 Tonight Show

Channel 5:

7 PM CBS News

7:30 New Truth Or Consequences

(Bob Hilton replaces Bob

Barker)

8 PM Wonder Woman

9 PM CBS Movie: "Logan's Run"

11 PM News

11:30 Second City Television

12 M Movie: "Execution Of

Private Slovik"

Channel 11:

7 PM Concentration
7:30 To Tell The Truth

8 PM The Making Of Star Wars

9 PM ABC Movie: "Curse Of The

Black Widow"

11 PM News

11:30 Fernwood 2 Night (2 episodes)

12:30 Baretta

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ohstuskaterpunk is right...the business at hand, comparing Atlanta to Birmingham...the


Birmingham channels are 6 (ABC), 13 (NBC), and 42 (CBS).

> SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 10

>

> WSB Ch. 2 (NBC)

>

> 7 PM Hee Haw

> 8 PM Bionic Woman (just moved from


> ABC to NBC)

> 9 PM Movie: "Dirty Harry" (I think

> this is a network movie

8 pm

"4", 9, 13, 15, 31 Movie--Crime Drama

Clint Eastwood in the first of 3 "Dirty Harry" movies (1971, repeat, 2 hr)

[NBC plans an announcement warning that the movie may not to suitable for all family
members. Movie starts the 16th season of "NBC Saturday Night at the Movies".]

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 11

>

> Channel 2:

> 11:30 Movie: "Billion Dollar Brain"

> (this might have been NBC's

> late-night Sunday movie)

10.30

9, 13, 15 Movie--Adventure

Michael Caine starred in "Billion Dollar Brain" (1967). Also featured Karl Malden of "The Streets
of San Francisco" and Ed Begley. (2 hr)

> MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 12

>

> Channel 2:
> 9 PM Billy Graham Crusade

> 10 PM Musical World Of Julie Andrews

8 pm

"4", 9, 13, 15, 31 Movie--Drama

LeVar Burton in a 1977 world premiere called "Billy: Portrait of a Street Kid" (2 hr)

> Channel 5:

> 11:30 CBS Movie: "Babe"

10.30

19, 33, 40, 42 Movie--Drama

Susan Clark starred in "Babe", a 1975 TV-movie (2 hr)

> Channel 11:

> 12:30 College Football '77

11.30

"2" College Football '77--Bill Flemming

Return:

[Series normally aired on Sundays at 12 pm Eastern/11 am Central on ABC Sports during the fall
months]
> TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13

>

> Channel 2:

>

> 7 PM NBC News

> 7:30 Wild Kingdom

> 8 PM Richard Pryor

> 9 PM NBC Movie: "Sex And The

> Married Woman"

> 11 PM News

> 11:30 Tonight Show

>

> Channel 5:

> 11:30 Kojak

> (doesn't say what follows)

10.30

19, 33, 40, 42 Kojak--Crime Drama

11.40

19, 33, 40, 42 Toma--Crime Drama

> Channel 11:

> 8 PM Happy Days


> 9 PM Three's Company

> 9:30 Soap

> 10 PM Family

> 11 PM News

> 11:30 Fernwood 2 Night

> 12 M Movie (title not given)

ABC Late Night Mystery Movie aired at 10.30 pm Central on 4, 48, 11 pm on "2", and 12 am on 6.
It was called "Christine", a 1974 Canadian TV movie. Lasted for 2 hr.

The Central/Mountain feed ABC provided for its affiliates located in the Central and Mountain
time zones: "Family" at 8.30 pm, followed by "Soap" at 9.30 pm. Nashville's "2" followed this
feed. Columbus Miss' 4 followed the same schedule as listed above for Ch. 11 in Atlanta. 6 aired
"Three's Company" and "Soap" on Saturdays. I find it weird that 48 aired "Three's Company" but
pre-empted "Soap".

> WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14

> Channel 5:

>

> 7 PM CBS News

> 7:30 Cross-Wits

> 8 PM CBS Movie: "Spider-Man"

> 9:30 CBS Movie: "Relentless"

> 11 PM News

> 11:30 Hawaii Five-O

> 12:40 Movie (title not given)


10.40

19, 33, 40, 42 Hawaii Five-0--Drama

11.50

19, 33, 40, 42 Movie--Drama

E.G. Marshall in the 1973 TV-movie "Money to Burn" (1 hr 35 min)

> Channel 11:

> 11:30 Fernwood 2 Night

> 12 M Starsky & Hutch

"Mystery of the Week" aired at 11.40 pm Central on 4, 48, 12.10 am on "2", and 1.10 on 6. The
movie was called "If It's a man, Hang Up".

> THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15

>

> Channel 2:

> 11:30 Tonight Show (listing also shows

> Tom Snyder's Tomorrow Show--did

> Carson not want to do the Tonight

> Show, thinking the awards show

> might run over?)


"Tonight Show" aired shortly after 10.30 pm on "4", 9, 15, 31 and 11.30 pm on 13. "Tomorrow"
followed.

> Channel 11:

> 11:30 Fernwood 2 Night

> 12 M Police Story

"Police Story" aired at 10.30 pm on 4, 48, 11 pm on "2", and 12 am on 6. A 90-min special called
"Late, Great 1968" followed 70 min later.

> FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 16

Late night on NBC: "Tonight" at 10.30 pm on "4", 9, 15, 31 and 11.30 pm on 13, followed by "The
Midnight Special".

Channel 11:

> 11:30 Second City Television

> 12 M Movie: "Execution Of

> Private Slovik"

10.30

19, 33, 40, 42 MASH

11.05

19, 33, 40, 42 Kojak--Crime Drama


> Channel 11:

> 11:30 Fernwood 2 Night (2 episodes)

> 12:30 Baretta

"Baretta" aired at 10.30 pm Central on 4, 48, 11 pm on "2", and 12 am on 6.

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Two prime-time boxing cards on network TV in one week...something unthinkable today.

> Channel 5:

>

> 7 PM CBS News

> 7:30 Price Is Right

> 8 PM CBS Sports Special: Night


> Of Champions (Jose Torres

> vs. Danny "Little Red" Lopez,

> 15 rounds for the WBC featherweight

> championship. Lopez retained the title,

> but I don't know how.)

> 11 PM News

> 11:30 Kojak

> (doesn't say what follows)

> Channel 2:

>

> 7 PM NBC News

> 7:30 Name That Tune

> 8 PM Night With The Heavyweights:

> four bouts featuring contenders

> for Muhammad Ali's title: Ken

> Norton vs. Lorenzo Zamora, Jimmy

> Young vs. Jody Ballard, Ron Lyle

> vs. Stan Ward, Larry Holmes vs.

> Howard Smith

> 11 PM News

> 11:30 Tonight Show

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>ABC's late-night programming was delayed on Ch. 11

by 30 minutes, so the 12:40 (ET)/11:40 (CT) program

would have started at 1:10 AM. Since the Atlanta

Constitution didn't show listings past 1 AM, that's

why I'm in the dark (no pun intended) about some of

ABC's late-night schedule. The Tonight/Tomorrow

confusion on Thursday, on my part, is due to the

fact that the Constitution has the Tonight Show listed

at 11:30, but right under it, at 12, it says Tomorrow,

which aired in Atlanta at 1 AM.

And in answer to the comment about two nights of

boxing, remember that boxing was hot after the '76

Olympics, the ones that gave us Sugar Ray Leonard,

Leon and Michael Spinks, and Howard Davis. The

networks' weekend sports anthologies seemed to have

a fight every week in 1976 and '77.


ohstuskaterpunk is right...the business at hand, comparing

> Atlanta to Birmingham...the Birmingham channels are 6 (ABC),

> 13 (NBC), and 42 (CBS).

>

> > SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 10

>>

> > WSB Ch. 2 (NBC)

>>

> > 7 PM Hee Haw

> > 8 PM Bionic Woman (just moved from

> > ABC to NBC)

> > 9 PM Movie: "Dirty Harry" (I think

> > this is a network movie

>

> 8 pm

> "4", 9, 13, 15, 31 Movie--Crime Drama

> Clint Eastwood in the first of 3 "Dirty Harry" movies (1971,

> repeat, 2 hr)

> [NBC plans an announcement warning that the movie may not to

> suitable for all family members. Movie starts the 16th

> season of "NBC Saturday Night at the Movies".]

>

> SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 11


>>

> > Channel 2:

>

> > 11:30 Movie: "Billion Dollar Brain"

> > (this might have been NBC's

> > late-night Sunday movie)

>

> 10.30

> 9, 13, 15 Movie--Adventure

> Michael Caine starred in "Billion Dollar Brain" (1967). Also

> featured Karl Malden of "The Streets of San Francisco" and

> Ed Begley. (2 hr)

>

> > MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 12

>>

> > Channel 2:

>

> > 9 PM Billy Graham Crusade

> > 10 PM Musical World Of Julie Andrews

>

> 8 pm

> "4", 9, 13, 15, 31 Movie--Drama

> LeVar Burton in a 1977 world premiere called "Billy:

> Portrait of a Street Kid" (2 hr)

>
> > Channel 5:

>

> > 11:30 CBS Movie: "Babe"

>

> 10.30

> 19, 33, 40, 42 Movie--Drama

> Susan Clark starred in "Babe", a 1975 TV-movie (2 hr)

>

> > Channel 11:

>

> > 12:30 College Football '77

>

> 11.30

> "2" College Football '77--Bill Flemming

> Return:

> [Series normally aired on Sundays at 12 pm Eastern/11 am

> Central on ABC Sports during the fall months]

>

> > TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13

>>

> > Channel 2:

>>

> > 7 PM NBC News

> > 7:30 Wild Kingdom

> > 8 PM Richard Pryor


> > 9 PM NBC Movie: "Sex And The

> > Married Woman"

> > 11 PM News

> > 11:30 Tonight Show

>>

> > Channel 5:

>

> > 11:30 Kojak

> > (doesn't say what follows)

>

> 10.30

> 19, 33, 40, 42 Kojak--Crime Drama

> 11.40

> 19, 33, 40, 42 Toma--Crime Drama

>

> > Channel 11:

>

> > 8 PM Happy Days

> > 9 PM Three's Company

> > 9:30 Soap

> > 10 PM Family

> > 11 PM News

> > 11:30 Fernwood 2 Night

> > 12 M Movie (title not given)

>
> ABC Late Night Mystery Movie aired at 10.30 pm Central on 4,

> 48, 11 pm on "2", and 12 am on 6. It was called

> "Christine", a 1974 Canadian TV movie. Lasted for 2 hr.

>

> The Central/Mountain feed ABC provided for its affiliates

> located in the Central and Mountain time zones: "Family" at

> 8.30 pm, followed by "Soap" at 9.30 pm. Nashville's "2"

> followed this feed. Columbus Miss' 4 followed the same

> schedule as listed above for Ch. 11 in Atlanta. 6 aired

> "Three's Company" and "Soap" on Saturdays. I find it weird

> that 48 aired "Three's Company" but pre-empted "Soap".

>

> > WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14

>

> > Channel 5:

>>

> > 7 PM CBS News

> > 7:30 Cross-Wits

> > 8 PM CBS Movie: "Spider-Man"

> > 9:30 CBS Movie: "Relentless"

> > 11 PM News

> > 11:30 Hawaii Five-O

> > 12:40 Movie (title not given)

>

> 10.40
> 19, 33, 40, 42 Hawaii Five-0--Drama

>

> 11.50

> 19, 33, 40, 42 Movie--Drama

> E.G. Marshall in the 1973 TV-movie "Money to Burn" (1 hr 35

> min)

>

> > Channel 11:

>

> > 11:30 Fernwood 2 Night

> > 12 M Starsky & Hutch

>

> "Mystery of the Week" aired at 11.40 pm Central on 4, 48,

> 12.10 am on "2", and 1.10 on 6. The movie was called "If

> It's a man, Hang Up".

>

> > THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15

>>

> > Channel 2:

>

> > 11:30 Tonight Show (listing also shows

> > Tom Snyder's Tomorrow Show--did

> > Carson not want to do the Tonight

> > Show, thinking the awards show

> > might run over?)


>

> "Tonight Show" aired shortly after 10.30 pm on "4", 9, 15,

> 31 and 11.30 pm on 13. "Tomorrow" followed.

>

> > Channel 11:

>

> > 11:30 Fernwood 2 Night

> > 12 M Police Story

>

> "Police Story" aired at 10.30 pm on 4, 48, 11 pm on "2", and

> 12 am on 6. A 90-min special called "Late, Great 1968"

> followed 70 min later.

>

> > FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 16

>

> Late night on NBC: "Tonight" at 10.30 pm on "4", 9, 15, 31

> and 11.30 pm on 13, followed by "The Midnight Special".

>

> Channel 11:

>

> > 11:30 Second City Television

> > 12 M Movie: "Execution Of

> > Private Slovik"

>

> 10.30
> 19, 33, 40, 42 MASH

> 11.05

> 19, 33, 40, 42 Kojak--Crime Drama

>

> > Channel 11:

>

> > 11:30 Fernwood 2 Night (2 episodes)

> > 12:30 Baretta

>

> "Baretta" aired at 10.30 pm Central on 4, 48, 11 pm on "2",

> and 12 am on 6.

>

Retro: Atlanta daytime September 26-30, 1977

ohstuskskaterpunk (did I spell that right?)

gave us some daytime schedules for Northern

Alabama for September 26-30, 1977. Here's

what was going on across I-20 from Birmingham.

Schedules are from the Atlanta Constitution and

run 7 AM-7 PM.

WSB Ch. 2 (NBC)

7 AM Today

9 AM Hollywood Squares
9:30 Shoot For The Stars

10 AM Sanford And Son

10:30 Today In Georgia

11 AM Wheel Of Fortune

11:30 It's Anybody's Guess

12 N News

12:30 Newlywed Game

1 PM Liars Club

1:30 Days Of Our Lives

2:30 The Doctors

3 PM Another World

4 PM The Rookies

5 PM Odd Couple

5:30 Mary Tyler Moore

6 PM News (NBC News follows at 7)

WAGA Ch. 5 (CBS)

7 AM CBS Morning News

8 AM Captain Kangaroo

9 AM Donahue

10 AM Cross-Wits

10:30 Price Is Right

11:30 Love Of Life

11:55 CBS Midday News


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 PM All In The Family

3:30 I Dream Of Jeannie

4 PM Bewitched

4:30 Mike Douglas

6 PM News (CBS News follows at 7)

WGTV Ch. 8 (PBS)

I assume instructional programs fill

most of the day.

4 PM Sesame Street

5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

5:30 Sesame Street

6:30 Withit (Mon & Fri)

Hodgepodge Lodge (Tue)

Zoom (Wed)

The Horse (Thu)

WXIA Ch. 11 (ABC)


7 AM Good Morning America

9 AM $20,000 Pyramid

9:30 The Better Sex

10 AM Joker's Wild

10:30 Edge Of Night

11 AM Happy Days

11:30 Family Feud

12 N News

12:30 Ryan's Hope

1 PM All My Children

2 PM Hollywood Connection

(game show almost identical

to Hollywood Squares--Jim

Lange was host)

2:30 One Life To Live

3:15 General Hospital

4 PM Voyage To The Bottom Of

The Sea

5 PM Emergency One!

6 PM News

6:30 ABC News

WTCG Ch. 17 (Ind.)


7 AM Three Stooges And

Little Rascals

8 AM Lassie

8:30 Leave It To Beaver

9 AM Lucy Show

9:30 Love, American Style

10 AM Movie:

"Face Of A Fugitive" (Mon)

"Slim Carter" (Tue)

"13 Rue Madeline" (Wed)

"Thunder Over The Plains" (Thu)

"Lifeboat" (Fri)

12 N Hazel

12:30 Movie:

"We Were Strangers" (Mon)

"Till The End Of Time" (Tue)

"The Great Lie" (Wed)

"Tomorrow Is Forever" (Thu)

"Lady For A Night" (Fri)

2:30 I Love Lucy

3 PM Flintstones

3:30 The Archies

4 PM New Mickey Mouse Club


4:30 The Monkees

5 PM Gilligan's Island

5:30 Partridge Family

6 PM Andy Griffith

6:30 My Three Sons

WETV Ch. 30 (PBS)

9 AM Sesame Street

I assume instructional programs fill the

gaps.

2 PM Electric Company

2:30 another gap

4 PM Sesame Street

5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

5:30 Electric Company

6 PM Zoom

6:30 As We See It

WATL Ch. 36 (Ind.)

3 PM Kids' Show

5:30 Entertainment Page

6:30 Spotlight
WANX Ch. 46 (Ind.)

7 AM Mighty Mouse

7:30 Heckle And Jeckle

8 AM Deputy Dawg

8:30 Batman

9 AM Flipper

9:30 Life Of Riley

10 AM 700 Club

11:30 Life In The Spirit (Mon)

Practical Christian Living (Tue)

The Rock (Wed)

Manna (Thu)

The Bible (Fri)

12 N This Is The Life (Mon)

Acts 29 (Tue)

Charisma (Wed)

New Day (Thu)

God Of Our Fathers (Fri)

12:30 McHale's Navy

1 PM Mr. Ed

1:30 Dennis The Menace

2 PM Huck And Yogi


2:30 Popeye And Porky Hour

3:30 Fred Flintstone And Friends

4 PM Josie And The Pussycats/Brady Kids

4:30 Super Heroes

5 PM Jackson Five

5:30 Brady Bunch

6 PM Dick Van Dyke

6:30 Sgt. Bilko

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Re: Retro: Atlanta daytime September 26-30, 1977

> ohstuskskaterpunk (did I spell that right?)

> gave us some daytime schedules for Northern

> Alabama for September 26-30, 1977. Here's

> what was going on across I-20 from Birmingham

Minor technicality: Actually, Georgia hadn't completed its part of I-20 in '77. From Douglasville,
GA (about 25 miles W of downtown) until Heflin, AL (about 10 miles E of the state line), traffic
still had to travel U.S. 78. I remember what a nightmare that used to be!

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> > ohstuskskaterpunk (did I spell that right?)

> > gave us some daytime schedules for Northern

> > Alabama for September 26-30, 1977. Here's

> > what was going on across I-20 from Birmingham

>

> Minor technicality: Actually, Georgia hadn't completed its

> part of I-20 in '77. From Douglasville, GA (about 25 miles

> W of downtown) until Heflin, AL (about 10 miles E of the

> state line), traffic still had to travel U.S. 78. I

> remember what a nightmare that used to be!

>

My point was to compare Atlanta daytime with Birmingham

for the last week in September 1977. (Last time I was

through there, in 1978, 20 had been completed all the

way across, so what you're telling me is new to me.

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> ohstuskskaterpunk (did I spell that right?)

>

> WSB Ch. 2 (NBC)

> 10 AM Sanford And Son

> 10:30 Today In Georgia

> 11 AM Wheel Of Fortune

> 11:30 It's Anybody's Guess

> WAGA Ch. 5 (CBS)

> 10 AM Cross-Wits

> 10:30 Price Is Right

> 11:30 Love Of Life

> 11:55 CBS Midday News

Excerpts from the Northern Alabama edition post, daytime, Sept 26-30, 1977:

9 am
"2" Morningwatch--Variety

4 Romper Room--Children

"4" Phil Donahue

"5", 33, 40, 42 Here's Lucy

9, 13, 15, 31 Sanford and Son

19 Double Dare

48 PTL Club--Religion

9.30

4, 6 $20,000 Pyramid (6 aired the same broadcast as "2", 48)

"5", 19, 33, 43 Price is Right

9, 13, 15, 31 Hollywood Squares

40 PTL Club--Religion

10 am

"2", 4, 6, 48 Happy Days

"4", 9, 13, 15, 31 Wheel of Fortune

10.30

"2", 4, 6, 48 Family Feud

"4", 9, 13, 15, 31 It's Anybody's Guess--Game

"5", 19, 33, 40, 42 Love of Life--Serial

10.55

"5", 19, 33, 40, 42 CBS News--Douglas Edwards

I noticed that Atlanta's WSB 2 (NBC) pre-empted what many considered to be NBC most
successful games shows in its day, "Hollywood Squares" at 10.30 am Eastern/9.30 am Central. I
think "Wheel of Fortune" was starting to gain popularity, diminishing "Hollywood Squares" a
little bit.

It's not uncommon for ABC affiliates on the East Coast who aired a 12 pm newscast to air a
program that normally aired at 12 pm earlier in the day, as in the case of WXIA 11 (ABC). Starting
in the mid-1970s, the notion of networks airing a program from 4 to 4.30 pm Eastern/3 to 3.30
pm Central increasingly became a "problem" with affiliate stations. Since ABC didn't start
daytime TV until 11 am Eastern/10 am Central, the 10-11 am Eastern/9-10 am Central slot was
used. All ABC affiliates in the Northern Alabama market in 1977 ("2", 4, 6, 48....in Dec., 31
replaced 48) aired "Edge of Night" at 3 pm Central, the normal time slot for the serial.

> WXIA Ch. 11 (ABC)

> 7 AM Good Morning America

> 9 AM $20,000 Pyramid

> 9:30 The Better Sex

> 10 AM Joker's Wild

> 10:30 Edge Of Night

> 11 AM Happy Days

> 11:30 Family Feud

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> ohstuskskaterpunk (did I spell that right?)

> gave us some daytime schedules for Northern

> Alabama for September 26-30, 1977. Here's

> what was going on across I-20 from Birmingham.

> Schedules are from the Atlanta Constitution and

> run 7 AM-7 PM.

>

> WSB Ch. 2 (NBC)

>

> 7 AM Today

> 9 AM Hollywood Squares

> 9:30 Shoot For The Stars

> 10 AM Sanford And Son

> 10:30 Today In Georgia

> 11 AM Wheel Of Fortune

> 11:30 It's Anybody's Guess

> 12 N News

> 12:30 Newlywed Game

> 1 PM Liars Club

> 1:30 Days Of Our Lives

> 2:30 The Doctors

> 3 PM Another World

> 4 PM The Rookies

> 5 PM Odd Couple


> 5:30 Mary Tyler Moore

> 6 PM News (NBC News follows at 7)

>

> WAGA Ch. 5 (CBS)

>

> 7 AM CBS Morning News

> 8 AM Captain Kangaroo

> 9 AM Donahue

> 10 AM Cross-Wits

> 10:30 Price Is Right

> 11:30 Love Of Life

> 11:55 CBS Midday News

> 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 PM All In The Family

> 3:30 I Dream Of Jeannie

> 4 PM Bewitched

> 4:30 Mike Douglas

> 6 PM News (CBS News follows at 7)

>

> WGTV Ch. 8 (PBS)

>
> I assume instructional programs fill

> most of the day.

>

> 4 PM Sesame Street

> 5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

> 5:30 Sesame Street

> 6:30 Withit (Mon & Fri)

> Hodgepodge Lodge (Tue)

> Zoom (Wed)

> The Horse (Thu)

>

> WXIA Ch. 11 (ABC)

>

> 7 AM Good Morning America

> 9 AM $20,000 Pyramid

> 9:30 The Better Sex

> 10 AM Joker's Wild

> 10:30 Edge Of Night

> 11 AM Happy Days

> 11:30 Family Feud

> 12 N News

> 12:30 Ryan's Hope

> 1 PM All My Children

> 2 PM Hollywood Connection

> (game show almost identical


> to Hollywood Squares--Jim

> Lange was host)

I think you meant Break The Bank which was off the air. Looked to me more like a Match Game
clone having seen some of the reruns on GSN in 1997-98. Jim Lange did host this Barry/Enright
production.

> 2:30 One Life To Live

> 3:15 General Hospital

> 4 PM Voyage To The Bottom Of

> The Sea

> 5 PM Emergency One!

> 6 PM News

> 6:30 ABC News

>

> WTCG Ch. 17 (Ind.)

>

> 7 AM Three Stooges And

> Little Rascals

> 8 AM Lassie

> 8:30 Leave It To Beaver

> 9 AM Lucy Show

> 9:30 Love, American Style

> 10 AM Movie:

> "Face Of A Fugitive" (Mon)

> "Slim Carter" (Tue)


> "13 Rue Madeline" (Wed)

> "Thunder Over The Plains" (Thu)

> "Lifeboat" (Fri)

>

> 12 N Hazel

> 12:30 Movie:

> "We Were Strangers" (Mon)

> "Till The End Of Time" (Tue)

> "The Great Lie" (Wed)

> "Tomorrow Is Forever" (Thu)

> "Lady For A Night" (Fri)

>

> 2:30 I Love Lucy

> 3 PM Flintstones

> 3:30 The Archies

> 4 PM New Mickey Mouse Club

> 4:30 The Monkees

> 5 PM Gilligan's Island

> 5:30 Partridge Family

> 6 PM Andy Griffith

> 6:30 My Three Sons

>

> WETV Ch. 30 (PBS)

>

> 9 AM Sesame Street


> I assume instructional programs fill the

> gaps.

> 2 PM Electric Company

> 2:30 another gap

> 4 PM Sesame Street

> 5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

> 5:30 Electric Company

> 6 PM Zoom

> 6:30 As We See It

>

> WATL Ch. 36 (Ind.)

>

> 3 PM Kids' Show

> 5:30 Entertainment Page

> 6:30 Spotlight

>

> WANX Ch. 46 (Ind.)

>

> 7 AM Mighty Mouse

> 7:30 Heckle And Jeckle

> 8 AM Deputy Dawg

> 8:30 Batman

> 9 AM Flipper

> 9:30 Life Of Riley

> 10 AM 700 Club


> 11:30 Life In The Spirit (Mon)

> Practical Christian Living (Tue)

> The Rock (Wed)

> Manna (Thu)

> The Bible (Fri)

>

> 12 N This Is The Life (Mon)

> Acts 29 (Tue)

> Charisma (Wed)

> New Day (Thu)

> God Of Our Fathers (Fri)

>

> 12:30 McHale's Navy

> 1 PM Mr. Ed

> 1:30 Dennis The Menace

> 2 PM Huck And Yogi

> 2:30 Popeye And Porky Hour

> 3:30 Fred Flintstone And Friends

> 4 PM Josie And The Pussycats/Brady Kids

> 4:30 Super Heroes

> 5 PM Jackson Five

> 5:30 Brady Bunch

> 6 PM Dick Van Dyke

> 6:30 Sgt. Bilko

>
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> > WXIA Ch. 11 (ABC)

>

> > 9 AM $20,000 Pyramid

> > 9:30 The Better Sex

> > 10 AM Joker's Wild

> Were the shows from 9 to 10.30 am ABC shows?

>

Pyramid and Sex were ABC shows; Joker was syndicated.

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>>

I stand corrected about Hollywood Connection.

It involved six celebrities who answered questions

about their personalities; the contestants had to

pick a star and decide which of three possible answers

that star had chosen. Both it and Break The Bank were

Barry and Enright shows with multiple celebrities, so

maybe I inadvertently mixed up the two.

ohstuskskaterpunk (did I spell that right?)

> > gave us some daytime schedules for Northern

> > Alabama for September 26-30, 1977. Here's

> > what was going on across I-20 from Birmingham.

> > Schedules are from the Atlanta Constitution and

> > run 7 AM-7 PM.

>>

> > WSB Ch. 2 (NBC)

>>

> > 7 AM Today

> > 9 AM Hollywood Squares


> > 9:30 Shoot For The Stars

> > 10 AM Sanford And Son

> > 10:30 Today In Georgia

> > 11 AM Wheel Of Fortune

> > 11:30 It's Anybody's Guess

> > 12 N News

> > 12:30 Newlywed Game

> > 1 PM Liars Club

> > 1:30 Days Of Our Lives

> > 2:30 The Doctors

> > 3 PM Another World

> > 4 PM The Rookies

> > 5 PM Odd Couple

> > 5:30 Mary Tyler Moore

> > 6 PM News (NBC News follows at 7)

>>

> > WAGA Ch. 5 (CBS)

>>

> > 7 AM CBS Morning News

> > 8 AM Captain Kangaroo

> > 9 AM Donahue

> > 10 AM Cross-Wits

> > 10:30 Price Is Right

> > 11:30 Love Of Life

> > 11:55 CBS Midday News


> > 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 PM All In The Family

> > 3:30 I Dream Of Jeannie

> > 4 PM Bewitched

> > 4:30 Mike Douglas

> > 6 PM News (CBS News follows at 7)

>>

> > WGTV Ch. 8 (PBS)

>>

> > I assume instructional programs fill

> > most of the day.

>>

> > 4 PM Sesame Street

> > 5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

> > 5:30 Sesame Street

> > 6:30 Withit (Mon & Fri)

> > Hodgepodge Lodge (Tue)

> > Zoom (Wed)

> > The Horse (Thu)

>>

> > WXIA Ch. 11 (ABC)


>>

> > 7 AM Good Morning America

> > 9 AM $20,000 Pyramid

> > 9:30 The Better Sex

> > 10 AM Joker's Wild

> > 10:30 Edge Of Night

> > 11 AM Happy Days

> > 11:30 Family Feud

> > 12 N News

> > 12:30 Ryan's Hope

> > 1 PM All My Children

> > 2 PM Hollywood Connection

> > (game show almost identical

> > to Hollywood Squares--Jim

> > Lange was host)

>

> I think you meant Break The Bank which was off the air.

> Looked to me more like a Match Game clone having seen some

> of the reruns on GSN in 1997-98. Jim Lange did host this

> Barry/Enright production.

>

> > 2:30 One Life To Live

> > 3:15 General Hospital

> > 4 PM Voyage To The Bottom Of

> > The Sea


> > 5 PM Emergency One!

> > 6 PM News

> > 6:30 ABC News

>>

> > WTCG Ch. 17 (Ind.)

>>

> > 7 AM Three Stooges And

> > Little Rascals

> > 8 AM Lassie

> > 8:30 Leave It To Beaver

> > 9 AM Lucy Show

> > 9:30 Love, American Style

> > 10 AM Movie:

> > "Face Of A Fugitive" (Mon)

> > "Slim Carter" (Tue)

> > "13 Rue Madeline" (Wed)

> > "Thunder Over The Plains" (Thu)

> > "Lifeboat" (Fri)

>>

> > 12 N Hazel

> > 12:30 Movie:

> > "We Were Strangers" (Mon)

> > "Till The End Of Time" (Tue)

> > "The Great Lie" (Wed)

> > "Tomorrow Is Forever" (Thu)


> > "Lady For A Night" (Fri)

>>

> > 2:30 I Love Lucy

> > 3 PM Flintstones

> > 3:30 The Archies

> > 4 PM New Mickey Mouse Club

> > 4:30 The Monkees

> > 5 PM Gilligan's Island

> > 5:30 Partridge Family

> > 6 PM Andy Griffith

> > 6:30 My Three Sons

>>

> > WETV Ch. 30 (PBS)

>>

> > 9 AM Sesame Street

> > I assume instructional programs fill the

> > gaps.

> > 2 PM Electric Company

> > 2:30 another gap

> > 4 PM Sesame Street

> > 5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

> > 5:30 Electric Company

> > 6 PM Zoom

> > 6:30 As We See It

>>
> > WATL Ch. 36 (Ind.)

>>

> > 3 PM Kids' Show

> > 5:30 Entertainment Page

> > 6:30 Spotlight

>>

> > WANX Ch. 46 (Ind.)

>>

> > 7 AM Mighty Mouse

> > 7:30 Heckle And Jeckle

> > 8 AM Deputy Dawg

> > 8:30 Batman

> > 9 AM Flipper

> > 9:30 Life Of Riley

> > 10 AM 700 Club

> > 11:30 Life In The Spirit (Mon)

> > Practical Christian Living (Tue)

> > The Rock (Wed)

> > Manna (Thu)

> > The Bible (Fri)

>>

> > 12 N This Is The Life (Mon)

> > Acts 29 (Tue)

> > Charisma (Wed)

> > New Day (Thu)


> > God Of Our Fathers (Fri)

>>

> > 12:30 McHale's Navy

> > 1 PM Mr. Ed

> > 1:30 Dennis The Menace

> > 2 PM Huck And Yogi

> > 2:30 Popeye And Porky Hour

> > 3:30 Fred Flintstone And Friends

> > 4 PM Josie And The Pussycats/Brady Kids

> > 4:30 Super Heroes

> > 5 PM Jackson Five

> > 5:30 Brady Bunch

> > 6 PM Dick Van Dyke

> > 6:30 Sgt. Bilko

>>

>

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> > ohstuskskaterpunk (did I spell that right?)

>

>>

>

>>

>

>

> I noticed that Atlanta's WSB 2 (NBC) pre-empted what many

> considered to be NBC most successful games shows in its day,

> "Hollywood Squares" at 10.30 am Eastern/9.30 am Central. I

> think "Wheel of Fortune" was starting to gain popularity,

> diminishing "Hollywood Squares" a little bit.

> It's not uncommon for ABC affiliates on the East Coast who

> aired a 12 pm newscast to air a program that normally aired

> at 12 pm earlier in the day, as in the case of WXIA 11

> (ABC). Starting in the mid-1970s, the notion of networks

> airing a program from 4 to 4.30 pm Eastern/3 to 3.30 pm

> Central increasingly became a "problem" with affiliate

> stations. Since ABC didn't start daytime TV until 11 am

> Eastern/10 am Central, the 10-11 am Eastern/9-10 am Central

> slot was used. All ABC affiliates in the Northern Alabama

The 9-11 AM lineup on Ch. 11 consisted of three ABC shows:

$20,000 Pyramid (delay from 2 PM), The Better Sex (delay from

12 Noon), and The Edge Of Night (delay from 4 PM). The Joker's
Wild was in its first season of new syndicated episodes. The

network shows were on a one-day delay.

Ch. 11 had stuck pretty closely to the network schedule until

the fall of 1972; Split Second (12:30) was the only show delayed

(the station's midday news aired at 12:30). But in September 1972,

11 moved its newscast to noon, putting Password in the morning (11

AM until the summer of '73, when it moved to 10 AM); then it

started a movie at 3:30, bumping One Life To Live until ABC finally

let them run it at 11 AM; and Love, American Style, which aired at

10:30. In the summer of '75, 11 moved its newscast to 11:30 AM

and ran Showoffs at 12, but that didn't work at all.

By 1977, Ch. 5 pretty much owned the morning, thanks to Donahue

and The Price Is Right. Ch. 2 constantly juggled its morning

lineup until it moved to ABC, trying to find a combination to

beat 5.

5 had not carried CBS's 4 PM show since the late '60s, when it

moved Secret Storm to the morning and replaced it with Mike Douglas;

it began airing a noon newscast around the time Love Of Life moved

from noon to 11:30 AM in 1969.

2 never carried NBC from 12 to 1 after the demise of Tic Tac Dough

and It Could Be You in the late '50s/early '60s. More than one of
you has expressed shock that 2 did not carry the Art Fleming version

of Jeopardy! when it aired at 12, but that's a fact. In fact, the

next time 2 ran a network show at 12:30 was after it changed networks

and began carrying Ryan's Hope. But 2 was the last of the three to

drop its network's 4 PM show; Somerset was canceled in Atlanta in 1974,

two years before NBC dropped it.

Today, however, every network daytime show airs on pattern in

Atlanta:

Ch. 2: 11 AM The View

12 N News (to 1--ABC gave back 12:30 after

Port Charles was canceled)

1 PM All My Children

2 PM One Life To Live

3 PM General Hospital

Ch. 11: 1 PM Days Of Our Lives

2 PM Passions

Ch. 46: 11 AM Price Is Right

12 N News (local)

12:30 Young And The Restless

1:30 Bold And The Beautiful

2 PM As The World Turns


3 PM Guiding Light

> market in 1977 ("2", 4, 6, 48....in Dec., 31 replaced 48)

> aired "Edge of Night" at 3 pm Central, the normal time slot

> for the serial.

>
> > WXIA Ch. 11 (ABC)

>

> > 7 AM Good Morning America

> > 9 AM $20,000 Pyramid

> > 9:30 The Better Sex

> > 10 AM Joker's Wild

> > 10:30 Edge Of Night

> > 11 AM Happy Days

> > 11:30 Family Feud

>

> Were the shows from 9 to 10.30 am ABC shows?

>

Retro: Greensboro/Winston-Salem/High Point Saturday, June 7, 1969

Now I have to mention one other show that was

a huge hit in its initial summer run, got good

ratings in a regular slot when it returned in

January 1970, and might have gone on to a long

run if ABC had not canceled it in 1971 for poor

demographics: The Johnny Cash Show, which premiered

this day. Cash's premiere guests were Bob Dylan,

Fannie Flagg, Cajun singer/fiddler Doug Kershaw,

and Joni Mitchell.

Schedules are from the Greensboro Daily News and


run 7 AM-sign off:

WFMY Ch. 2 (CBS)

7 AM Black Heritage

7:30 Three Stooges

8 AM Go-Go Gophers

8:30 Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Hour

9:30 Wacky Races

10 AM Archie Show

10:30 Batman/Superman Hour

11:30 Herculoids

12 N Shazzan!

12:30 Jonny Quest

1 PM Moby Dick And The Mighty

Mightor

1:30 Lone Ranger (animated)

2 PM Movie: "Jazz Beat"

3:30 Stonemans (country/bluegrass

family--banjoist Roni was later

a regular on Hee Haw)

4 PM Good Guys (delay from Wed. 8:30)

4:30 Animal World (delay from Thu. 7:30)

5 PM Golf: Western Open (third round)

(Incredibly, this pre-empts CBS's


coverage of the Belmont Stakes, which

airs on independent Ch. 48. Same thing

in Charlotte: CBS affiliate WBTV/3 ran the

golf tournament, and independent Ch. 36 the

horse race. I think Hughes Sports Network

handled the golf telecast.)

6 PM It's Racing Time (NOW they have horse racing,

although it's one of the supermarket promos

like Let's Go To The Races)

6:30 CBS News--Roger Mudd

7 PM News

7:30 Jackie Gleason

8:30 My Three Sons

9 PM Hogan's Heroes

9:30 Petticoat Junction

10 PM Mannix

11 PM News

11:30 Movie: "Beat The Devil"

WUNC Ch. 4 (PBS)

off air on Saturday

WGHP Ch. 8 (ABC)


7 AM Aspect (farm show)

7:30 Limbo (local kids' show--he's

a clown)

9 AM New Casper Cartoon Show

9:30 Adventures Of Gulliver

10 AM Spiderman

10:30 Fantastic Voyage

11 AM Journey To The Center Of

The Earth

11:30 Fantastic Four

12 N George Of The Jungle

12:30 American Bandstand

1:30 Happening

2 PM Dudley Do-Right

2:30 Linus The Lionhearted

3 PM King Kong (animated)

3:30 Skippy, The Bush Kangaroo

4 PM Car & Track

4:30 Bowling (nothing else given, but

it's not the Pro Bowlers Tour)

5 PM Wide World Of Sports

6:30 Wrestling (from the studio)

7:30 Dating Game

8 PM Newlywed Game

8:30 Lawrence Welk


9:30 Johnny Cash

10:30 All-American College Show

11 PM ABC News

11:15 Movie: "Island Of Lost Souls"

WSJS Ch. 12 (NBC)

7 AM Farm Report

7:30 Astro Boy

8 AM Cartoon Carnival

9 AM Super 6

9:30 Cool McCool

10 AM Flintstones (NBC version--Ch. 2 ran

the syndicated version weekdays at

4:30)

10:30 Banana Splits

11:30 Underdog

12 N Storybook Squares

12:30 Untamed World

1 PM 77 Sunset Strip

2 PM Baseball: Reds at Cubs

5 PM Dobie Gillis (time approximate)

5:30 Industry On Parade

5:45 Parsons To Persons

6 PM News
6:30 Huntley-Brinkley Report

7 PM Horse Racing (I don't know if this

is a supermarket promo or not. But

for a state which still doesn't have

horse racing (we don't even have a

lottery), there was certainly a lot of

it on television in 1969.)

7:30 Adam-12

8 PM Get Smart

8:30 Ghost & Mrs. Muir

9 PM NBC Movie: "Rope Of Sand"

11 PM News

11:15 Movie: "Johnny Nobody"

WUBC Ch. 48 (Ind.)

3:30 Movie: "Oklahoma Kid"

5 PM Belmont Stakes (the first and last time

Ch. 48 would do this--it would be back

on Ch. 2 in 1970--not counting one year

around 1996 when it duplicated ABC on

Ch. 45)

6 PM Wrestling (don't know where from)

7 PM Public Defender

7:30 Paris Precinct


(Two obscure shows from the '50s.)

8 PM Woody Greeson (local country-music show;

he still performs in country nightclubs

in the Triad)

10 PM Alan Burke (the thinking man's Joe Pyne,

or so he would have you believe: "I'm

not against writers," he once said, attacking

Pyne. "I write poetry myself." Could be, but

IMHO, Pyne was more fun to watch.)

Just my opinion: two local horse-racing shows and one

show featuring a family that made its name in part in

bluegrass music. If I didn't know better (after all,

I was born in Greensboro), I'd think this was either

Louisville or Lexington.

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WSJS Ch. 12(NBC)

> 12 N Storybook Squares

Boy do I remember that one.(I was 4 when that show aired).


For those who were wondering about that title, that's the Saturday morning spinoff of
"Hollywood Squares" in which celebrities[including mainstays from "HS" Paul Lynde and Charlie
Weaver] dressed up as characters from TV, storybooks or movies, and the contestants were
youngsters. Charo as Queen Isabella of Spain? Yes! Even performers that were part of the NBC
lineup at the time appeared as their TV characters, among them Barbara Eden(As Jeannie from "I
Dream Of Jeannie"), William Shatner(As Captain Kirk from "Star Trek") and Arte Johnson(As the
"Veeery Interesting" German solider from "Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In").

BTW if you see "The E! True Hollywood Story" on "Hollywood Squares" the stars who were on
that short-lived(One Season) show will mention this program.

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> WSJS Ch. 12(NBC)

>

> > 12 N Storybook Squares

>

> For those who were wondering about that title, that's the

> Saturday morning spinoff of "Hollywood Squares" ...

>
> BTW if you see "The E! True Hollywood Story" on "Hollywood

> Squares" the stars who were on that short-lived(One Season)

> show will mention this program.

>

While "Storybook Squares" only lasted for one season as a separate program, the regular
weekday Squares had occasional special "Storybook Squares" weeks, through the late-1970s.

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Western Open was once considered a major on the PGA Tour before the Masters.

The 1969 Belmont Stakes featured a horse going for the Triple Crown but finished 2nd. This
marked the 21st straight year without a Triple Crown winner, it took until 1973 and
Sectreait's(SP?) 31-length victory in the Belmont. Now we have a string of 27 straight years
without a winner of the Triple Crown. Every year someone wins 2 of 3.

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> WGHP Ch. 8 (ABC)

>

> 7:30 Limbo (local kids' show--he's

> a clown)

If memory serves (and sometimes it doesn't), Limbo was a FEMALE clown under all of the
greasepaint.

Later...

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WGSR-TV "Star-39"

Reidsville, NC

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Monday Night Live with Ken & Mark

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> > WGHP Ch. 8 (ABC)

>>

> > 7:30 Limbo (local kids' show--he's

> > a clown)

>

> If memory serves (and sometimes it doesn't), Limbo was a

> FEMALE clown under all of the greasepaint.

>

> Later...

> Matt Smith, Station Manager

> WGSR-TV "Star-39"

> Reidsville, NC

>

> Home of a TV Classic,

> Monday Night Live with Ken & Mark

> (yes...it's back)

>

Could be. I don't remember much about the

show; I was getting a little old for kids'

shows by that time. I read somewhere that

on the Disney Channel's Dumbo's Circus, a


woman played a live-action Dumbo, so this

is not out of the question. The only picture

I've ever seen of Limbo looked like a guy, but

again, it could have been a woman made up as

a male.

Network fall schedules 1955--50 years ago (Part 1)

From Castleman and Podrazik's "The TV

Schedule Book." New shows are in CAPS

MONDAY-FRIDAY DAYTIME

ABC 7 AM (Local)

5 PM MICKEY MOUSE CLUB

6 PM (Local)

CBS 7 AM The Morning Show

8 AM CAPTAIN KANGAROO

9 AM (Local)

10 AM Garry Moore Show

10:30 Arthur Godfrey Time

(Garry Moore occupies

this time on Fridays)

11:30 Strike It Rich

12 N Valiant Lady
12:15 Love Of Life

12:30 Search For Tomorrow

12:45 Guiding Light

1 PM Jack Paar Show

1:30 Love Story (formerly

Welcome Travelers)

2 PM Robert Q. Lewis Show

2:30 Art Linkletter's House

Party

3 PM Big Payoff

3:30 Bob Crosby Show

4 PM Brighter Day

4:15 Secret Storm

4:30 On Your Account

5 PM Barker Bill (Wed/Fri only)

(otherwise, local)

5:15 (Local)

6:45 Douglas Edwards With The News

NBC 7 AM Today

9 AM (Local)

10 AM Ding Dong School

10:30 Search For Beauty

11 AM Home

12 N Tennessee Ernie Ford Show


12:30 Feather Your Nest

1 PM (Local)

3 PM NBC MATINEE THEATER

4 PM DATE WITH LIFE (soap opera)

4:15 First Love

4:30 World Of Mr. Sweeney

4:45 Modern Romances

5 PM Pinky Lee Circus Time

5:30 Howdy Doody

6 PM (Local)

MONDAY

ABC 7 PM Kukla, Fran And Ollie

7:15 John Daly And The News

7:30 Topper (reruns)

8 PM TV Reader's Digest

8:30 Voice Of Firestone

9 PM Dotty Mack Show

9:30 Medical Horizons

10 PM The Big Picture

10:30 (Local)

CBS 7 PM (Local, although some

stations carried Douglas


Edwards at 7:15)

7:30 ROBIN HOOD

8 PM Burns And Allen Show

8:30 Arthur Godfrey's Talent

Scouts

9 PM I Love Lucy

9:30 December Bride

10 PM Studio One

11 PM (Local)

DUMONT 7 PM (Local)

9 PM Boxing From St. Nicholas

Arena With Chris Schenkel

10:45 At Ringside

11 PM (Local)

NBC 7 PM (Local)

7:30 Tony Martin

7:45 Camel News Caravan

8 PM Caesar's Hour

9 PM Medic

(Producer's Showcase airs 8-9:30

once a month)

9:30 Robert Montgomery Presents

10:30 (Local)
11:30 Tonight

TUESDAY

ABC 7 PM Kukla, Fran And Ollie

7:15 John Daly And The News

7:30 WARNER BROTHERS PRESENTS:

CHEYENNE/CASABLANCA/KING'S ROW

8:30 WYATT EARP

9 PM Make Room For Daddy

9:30 DuPont Cavalcade Theater

10 PM Talent Varieties

10:30 (Local)

CBS 7 PM (Local)

7:30 Name That Tune

8 PM NAVY LOG

8:30 YOU'LL NEVER GET RICH

(Phil Silvers as Sgt. Bilko)

9 PM Meet Millie

9:30 Red Skelton Show

10 PM The $64,000 Question

10:30 My Favorite Husband

11 PM (Local)
NBC 7 PM (Local)

7:30 Dinah Shore

7:45 Camel News Caravan

8 PM Milton Berle Show/Martha

Raye Show/CHEVY SHOW

9 PM Jane Wyman's Fireside

Theater

9:30 Armstrong Circle Theater/

PLAYWRIGHTS '56

10:30 Big Town

11 PM (Local)

11:30 Tonight

WEDNESDAY

ABC 7 PM Kukla, Fran And Ollie

7:15 John Daly And The News

7:30 Disneyland

8:30 MGM PARADE

9 PM Masquerade Party

9:30 Break The Bank

10 PM Wednesday Night Fights

11 PM (Local)

CBS 7 PM (Local)
7:30 BRAVE EAGLE

8 PM Arthur Godfrey And His

Friends

9 PM The Millionaire

9:30 I've Got A Secret

10 PM U.S. Steel Hour/

20TH CENTURY-FOX HOUR

11 PM (Local)

DUMONT 7 PM (Local)

9:30 What's The Story?

10 PM (Local)

NBC 7 PM (Local)

7:30 Eddie Fisher

7:45 Plymouth News Caravan

8 PM SCREEN DIRECTOR'S PLAYHOUSE

8:30 Father Knows Best

9 PM Kraft Television Theater

10 PM This Is Your Life

10:30 Midwestern Hayride

11 PM (Local)

11:30 Tonight

Part 2 follows on a separate post.


Network fall schedules 1955--50 years ago (Part 2)

Continuing from "The TV Schedule Book" by

Castleman and Podrazik

THURSDAY

ABC 7 PM Kukla, Fran And Ollie

7:15 John Daly And The News

7:30 The Lone Ranger

8 PM Life Is Worth Living (Bishop Sheen)

8:30 Stop The Music

9 PM Star Tonight

9:30 Down You Go

10 PM OUTSIDE U.S.A.

10:30 (Local)

CBS 7 PM (Local)

7:30 SGT. PRESTON OF THE YUKON

8 PM Bob Cummings Show

8:30 Climax! (Shower Of Stars

once a month)

9:30 Four Star Playhouse

10 PM Johnny Carson Show

10:30 WANTED
11 PM (Local)

NBC 7 PM (Local)

7:30 Dinah Shore

7:45 Camel News Caravan

8 PM You Bet Your Life

8:30 THE PEOPLE'S CHOICE

9 PM Dragnet

9:30 Ford Theater

10 PM Lux Video Theater

11 PM (Local)

11:30 Tonight

FRIDAY

ABC 7 PM Kukla, Fran And Ollie

7:15 John Daly And The News

7:30 Rin Tin Tin

8 PM Ozzie And Harriet

8:30 CROSSROADS

9 PM Dollar A Second

9:30 The Vise

10 PM Ethel And Albert

10:30 (Local)
CBS 7 PM (Local)

7:30 ADVENTURES OF CHAMPION

(Gene Autry's horse)

8 PM Mama

8:30 Our Miss Brooks

9 PM THE CRUSADER

9:30 Schlitz Playhouse Of Stars

10 PM The Lineup

10:30 Person To Person

11 PM (Local)

NBC 7 PM (Local)

7:30 Eddie Fisher

7:45 Plymouth News Caravan

8 PM Truth Or Consequences

8:30 The Life Of Riley

9 PM Big Story

9:30 STAR STAGE

10 PM Gillette Cavalcade Of Sports

10:45 Red Barber

11 PM (Local)

11:30 Tonight

SATURDAY
ABC Local until 7:30 PM.

7:30 Ozark Jubilee/

GRAND OLE OPRY once a month

9 PM Lawrence Welk Show

10 PM Tomorrow's Careers

10:30 (Local)

CBS 10 AM (Local)

10:30 Winky Dink And You

11 AM Captain Midnight

11:30 TALES OF THE TEXAS RANGERS

12 N The Big Top

1 PM The Lone Ranger (reruns)

1:30 Uncle Johnny Coons

2 PM REGIONAL COLLEGE FOOTBALL

4:30 (Local)

6:30 The Saturday Lucy Show (reruns

of I Love Lucy)

7 PM Gene Autry Show

7:30 Beat The Clock

8 PM Stage Show

8:30 THE HONEYMOONERS

9 PM Two For The Money

9:30 IT'S ALWAYS JAN

10 PM GUNSMOKE
10:30 Damon Runyon Theater

(FORD STAR JUBILEE airs 9:30-11 once

a month)

11 PM (Local)

NBC 10 AM Pinky Lee Circus Show

10:30 Paul Winchell-Jerry Mahoney

Show

11 AM FURY

11:30 Mr. Wizard

12 N (Local)

1:45 Pressbox Preview

2 PM NCAA College Football

4:45 Football Scoreboard

5 PM (Local)

7:30 BIG SURPRISE

8 PM Perry Como Show

9 PM People Are Funny

9:30 Texaco Star Theater

10 PM George Gobel Show

(Max Liebman Presents airs 9-10:30

once a month)

10:30 Your Hit Parade

11 PM (Local)
SUNDAY

ABC 10 AM (Local)

12:30 Faith For Today

1 PM College Press Conference

1:30 DEAN JAMES A. PIKE

2 PM Chicago NFL Pro Football

5 PM Super Circus

6 PM (Local)

7 PM You Asked For It

7:30 FAMOUS FILM FESTIVAL

9 PM Chance Of A Lifetime

9:30 Original Amateur Hour

10 PM Life Begins At 80

10:30 (Local)

CBS 10 AM Lamp Unto My Feet

10:30 Look Up And Live

11 AM The UN In Action

11:30 Contest Carnival

12 N Winky Dink And You

12:30 Wild Bill Hickok

1 PM (Local)

2:30 REPORT CARD

3 PM TALKAROUND
3:30 Adventure

4 PM Face The Nation

4:30 Let's Take A Trip

5 PM Omnibus

6:30 You Are There

7 PM Lassie

7:30 Private Secretary/

Jack Benny Program

8 PM Ed Sullivan Show

9 PM General Electric Theater

9:30 ALFRED HITCHCOCK PRESENTS

10 PM Appointment With Adventure

10:30 What's My Line?

11 PM CBS News

11:15 (Local)

DUMONT 10 AM (Local)

2 PM NFL Pro Football

5 PM (Local)

NBC 10 AM (Local)

12 N Capt. Hartz

12:15 (Local)

1 PM American Forum Of The Air

1:30 Frontiers Of Faith


2 PM American Inventory

2:30 Youth Wants To Know

3 PM DR. SPOCK

3:30 Zoo Parade

4 PM WIDE WIDE WORLD/NBC Opera

Theater/Hallmark Hall Of Fame

5:30 Capt. Gallant Of The Foreign

Legion

6 PM Meet The Press

6:30 Roy Rogers Show

7 PM It's A Great Life

7:30 FRONTIER

8 PM Colgate Variety Hour

(Color Spread airs 7:30-9 once a month)

9 PM Alcoa Hour/Goodyear Television

Playhouse

10 PM Loretta Young Show

10:30 Justice

11 PM (Local)

Network fall schedules 1980--25 years ago (Part 1)

Again, from Castleman and Podrazik's

"The TV Schedule Book":

MONDAY-FRIDAY DAYTIME
ABC 7 AM Good Morning America

9 AM (Local)

11 AM The Love Boat (reruns)

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 Edge Of Night

4:30 ABC Afterschool Special (one

Wednesday a month, otherwise

local)

5:30 (Local)

6 PM ABC World News Tonight (may

air at 6:30 or 7)

6:30 (Local or WNT)

CBS 7 AM Morning With Charles Kuralt

8 AM Captain Kangaroo

9 AM (Local)

10 AM The Jeffersons (reruns)

10:30 Alice (reruns)

(Magazine airs 10-11 once a month)

11 AM Price Is Right
12 N Sunrise Semester (at least, CBS

seems to be feeding it then)

12:30 Search For Tomorrow

1 PM The Young And The Restless

2 PM As The World Turns

3 PM Guiding Light

4 PM One Day At A Time (reruns)

(CBS Children's Special airs

once a month)

4:30 (Local)

6:30 CBS Evening News With Walter

Cronkite

NBC 7 AM Today

9 AM (Local)

10 AM David Letterman Show

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 Another World

3 PM TEXAS

4 PM Special Treat one Tuesday a

month, else local


5 PM (Local)

6:30 NBC Nightly News With

John Chancellor

MONDAY

ABC 7 PM (Local--WNT may air at 7)

8 PM That's Incredible

9 PM ABC NFL Monday Night Football

12 M (Local)

12:30 Nightline

12:50 (Local)

CBS 7 PM (Local--CBS News may air at 7)

8 PM Flo

8:30 LADIES' MAN

9 PM M*A*S*H

9:30 House Calls

10 PM Lou Grant

11 PM (Local)

11:30 Quincy (reruns)

12:40 The Saint (reruns)

NBC 7 PM (Local--NBC News may air at 7)

8 PM Little House On The Prairie


9 PM NBC Monday Night At The Movies

11 PM (Local)

11:30 Best Of Carson (reruns)

12:30 Tomorrow

TUESDAY

ABC 7 PM (Local)

8 PM Happy Days

8:30 Laverne And Shirley

9 PM Three's Company

9:30 TOO CLOSE FOR COMFORT

10 PM Hart To Hart

11 PM (Local)

11:30 Nightline

11:50 Tuesday Movie Of The Week

CBS 7 PM (Local)

8 PM CBS Tuesday Night Movies

11 PM (Local)

11:30 Lou Grant (reruns)

12:40 Movie

NBC 7 PM (Local)

8 PM NBC Tuesday Night At The Movies


10 PM STEVE ALLEN COMEDY HOUR

11 PM (Local)

11:30 Tonight

12:30 Tomorrow

WEDNESDAY

ABC 7 PM (Local)

8 PM Eight Is Enough

9 PM Taxi

9:30 Soap

10 PM Vega$

11 PM (Local)

11:30 Nightline

11:50 Love Boat (reruns)

1 AM Police Woman (reruns)

CBS 7 PM (Local)

8 PM ENOS

9 PM CBS Wednesday Night Movies

11 PM (Local)

11:30 CAMPAIGN COUNTDOWN

12 M CBS Late Movie

NBC 7 PM (Local)
8 PM Real People

9 PM NBC Movie Of The Week (Sept-Oct)

Diff'rent Strokes (from Nov)

9:30 Facts Of Life (from Nov)

10 PM Quincy (from Nov)

11 PM (Local)

11:30 Tonight

12:30 Tomorrow

Prime time schedules have been disrupted by an

actors' strike. More of the same to come.

Network fall lineups 1980--25 years ago (Part 2)

Continuing from Castleman and Podrazik's

"The TV Schedule Book." Remember that an

actors' strike is in progress in September

and October. New shows, BTW, are in CAPS.

THURSDAY

ABC 7 PM (Local)

8 PM Mork And Mindy

8:30 BOSOM BUDDIES

9 PM Barney Miller

9:30 IT'S A LIVING


10 PM 20/20

11 PM (Local)

11:30 Nightline

11:50 Charlie's Angels (reruns)

1 AM Police Woman (reruns)

CBS 7 PM (Local)

8 PM The White Shadow (Sept-Oct)/

The Waltons (from Nov)

9 PM CBS Special Movie Presentation

(Sept-Oct)/

MAGNUM, P.I. (from Nov)

10 PM Knots Landing (from Nov)

11 PM (Local)

11:30 The Jeffersons (reruns)

12:05 McMillan And Wife (reruns)

NBC 7 PM (Local)

8 PM GAMES PEOPLE PLAY

9 PM NBC Thursday Night At The Movies

11 PM (Local)

11:30 Tonight

12:30 Tomorrow

FRIDAY
ABC 7 PM (Local)

8 PM Benson

8:30 I'M A BIG GIRL NOW

9 PM ABC Friday Night Movie

11 PM (Local)

11:30 Fridays

CBS 7 PM (Local)

8 PM The Incredible Hulk

9 PM The Dukes Of Hazzard

10 PM Dallas

11 PM (Local)

11:30 NO HOLDS BARRED

12:40 New Avengers

NBC 7 PM (Local)

8 PM NBC Friday Night At The Movies

(Sept-Dec)

MARIE (from Dec)

9 PM NUMBER 96 (from Dec)

10 PM NBC MAGAZINE WITH DAVID BRINKLEY

11 PM (Local)

11:30 Tonight

12:30 Midnight Special


SATURDAY

ABC 8 AM The World's Greatest Superfriends

9 AM All New Scooby And Scrappy Doo Show

9:30 Scooby And Scrappy Doo

10:30 THUNDARR THE BARBARIAN

11 AM HEATHCLIFF AND DINGBAT

11:30 Plasticman/Baby Plas Super

Comedy Show

12 N ABC Weekend Special

12:30 American Bandstand

1:30 College Football Today

1:45 NCAA College Football

4:45 Prudential College Scoreboard

5 PM ABC's Wide World Of Sports

6:30 (Local)

8 PM BREAKING AWAY

9 PM The Love Boat

10 PM Fantasy Island

11 PM ABC News

11:15 (Local)

CBS 8 AM Mighty Mouse & Heckle

& Jeckle
8:30 Tom And Jerry Comedy Show

9 AM Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Show

10:30 All New Popeye Hour

11:30 DRAK PACK

12 N New Fat Albert Show

12:30 Tarzan-Lone Ranger Adventure

Hour

1:30 30 Minutes

2 PM (Local)

4:30 CBS Sports Spectacular

6 PM (Local)

6:30 CBS Evening News With

Bob Schieffer

7 PM (Local)

8 PM WKRP In Cincinnati

8:30 Tim Conway Show

9 PM CBS Special Movie Presentation

(Sept-Nov)

FREEBIE AND THE BEAN (from Nov)

10 PM SECRETS OF MIDLAND HEIGHTS (from Nov)

11 PM (Local)

NBC 8 AM Godzilla-Dynomutt Hour

9 AM Fred And Barney Meet The Shmoo

10:30 Daffy Duck Show


11 AM Batman And The Super Seven

12 N Jonny Quest

12:30 The Jetsons

1 PM (Local)

4 PM SportsWorld

5:30 (Local)

6:30 NBC Nightly News With

Jessica Savitch

7 PM (Local)

8 PM BARBARA MANDRELL AND THE

MANDRELL SISTERS

9 PM NBC Saturday Night At The Movies

11 PM (Local)

11:30 Saturday Night Live '80

SUNDAY

ABC 8 AM (Local)

10:30 Kids Are People Too

11:30 Animals, Animals, Animals

12 N Issues And Answers

12:30 College Football '80

1 PM Directions

1:30 (Local)

6 PM ABC World News Tonight Sunday


6:30 (Local or WNT)

7 PM THOSE AMAZING ANIMALS

8 PM Charlie's Angels

9 PM ABC Sunday Night Movie

11 PM ABC News

11:15 (Local)

CBS 8 AM 3 Robonic Stooges

8:30 Jason Of Star Command

9 AM Sunday Morning With

Charles Kuralt

10:30 For Our Times

11 AM Sunrise Semester

11:30 Face The Nation

12 N (Local)

12:30 NFL Today

1 PM NFL-NFC Pro Football

3:45 NFL Today

4 PM (Local or second game of

doubleheader)

6 PM CBS Evening News With

Morton Dean

6:30 (Local or CBS News)

7 PM 60 Minutes

8 PM Archie Bunker's Place


8:30 One Day At A Time

9 PM Alice

9:30 The Jeffersons

10 PM Trapper John, M.D.

11 PM CBS News

11:15 (Local)

NBC 8 AM (Local)

12 N Meet The Press

12:30 NFL '80

1 PM NFL-AFC Pro Football

3:45 Budweiser NFL Report

4 PM (Local or second game of

doubleheader)

5 PM NBC Television Religious

Program (airs about once

a month)

6 PM (Local)

6:30 NBC Nightly News With

Jane Pauley

7 PM Disney's Wonderful World

8 PM CHiPs

9 PM Sunday Big Event

11 PM (Local)

11:30 DECISION '80


12 M NBC Late Night Movie

CBS and NBC's early newscasts are contingent

upon football doubleheaders. Whenever there

is a game, the next program is time approximate.

Retro: Kansas City, Thursday, Oct. 29, 1964

(Source: Chillicothe, Mo. Constitution-Tribune)

WDAF-TV 4 (NBC)

AM

6:25 Daily Word

6:30 Operation Alphabet

7 Today

9 Make Room For Daddy

9:30 Word For Word

9:55 News

10 Concentration

10:30 Jeopardy

11 Whats This Song?

11:30 Truth or Consquences

11:55 NBC News

PM

12 News

12:15 Accent
1 Loretta Young

1:30 The Doctors

2 Another World

2:30 You Dont Say

3 Match Game

3:25 News

3:30 Superman

4 Movie: The Maze

5:30 NBC News

6 News

6:30 Daniel Boone

7:30 Dr. Kildare

8:30 Hazel

9 Perry Como

10 News

10:15 Tonight

12 News

12:05 Daily Word

KCMO-TV 5 (CBS)

AM

6:25 Fisher Family

6:55 Farm Facts

7 Sunrise Semester

7:30 Moment of Meditation


7:35 Cartoon Land

8 Captain Kangaroo

9 Mike Wallace

9:30 I Love Lucy

10 Andy of Mayberry

10:30 Real McCoys

11 Love of Life

11:25 News

11:30 Search for Tomorrow

11:45 Guiding Light

PM

12 News

12:30 As The World Turns

1 Password

1:30 House Party

2 To Tell The Truth

2:25 News

2:30 Edge of Night

3 Secret Storm

3:30 Jack Benny

4 Movie: Passport to Suez

5:30 CBS News

6 News

6:30 The Munsters

7 Perry Mason
8 Password

8:30 Barry Goldwater political talk

9 The Defenders

10 News

10:15 Movie: Footsteps In The Fog

12 News

12:10 Movie: Passport to Suez (same as 4 p.m.)

KMBC-TV 9 (ABC)

AM

6:45 Call to Worship

6:50 Highlight

6:55 News

7 Surveys of Arts

7:30 Jungle Jim

8 Torey Time (Torey Southwick)

9 General Hospital

9:30 Price Is Right (from NBC)

10 Get The Message

10:30 Missing Links

11 Father Knows Best

11:30 Hello, Pea Pickers (Tenn. Ernie Ford)

PM

12 Whizzo Playtime (Whizzo the Clown)

1 Free For All


2:25 News

2:30 Young Marrieds

3 Trailmaster

4 Torey and Friends (Torey Southwick again, with a live audience)

4:30 Mickey Mouse

5 Yogi Bear

5:30 Lawman

6 News

6:15 ABC News

6:30 Flintstones

7 Donna Reed

7:30 My Three Sons

8 Bewitched

8:30 Peyton Place II

9 Jimmy Dean

10 News

10:15 Steve Allen

11:45 Peter Gunn

12:15 Highlight; News; Faith For Our Times

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06-20-2005, 04:04 PM #2

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Re: Torey Southwick

> (Source: Chillicothe, Mo. Constitution-Tribune)


>> KMBC-TV 9 (ABC)

> 8 Torey Time (Torey Southwick)

> 4 Torey and Friends (Torey Southwick again, with a live

> audience)

Torey Southwick much later was at WNEO/WEAO PBS 45/49 in Youngstown/Akron Ohio as either
station manager or program director. I know he was seen on many of their pledge drives..

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Re: Retro: Kansas City, Thursday, Oct. 29, 1964

> (Source: Chillicothe, Mo. Constitution-Tribune)

>

> KMBC-TV 9 (ABC)

> AM

>

> 9:30 Price Is Right (from NBC)

>
> The Price Is Right (original, Bill Cullen-

hosted version) moved from NBC to ABC in 1963.

Supposedly, NBC had decided to drop the primetime

version, which did not please Mark Goodson and

Bill Todman, so they took both the daytime and

primetime versions to ABC. The nighttime show

was canceled in September 1964; the daytime, in

September 1965. (A similar thing happened with

Let's Make A Deal in 1968. NBC had had tremendous

success with a primetime version in the summer of

1967 but wouldn't give it a second shot. Monty Hall

and his partner Stefan Hatos found ABC willing to air

Deal in both daytime and primetime.)

At any rate, the next time we saw The Price Is Right,

it was on CBS, Bob Barker was the host, and Johnny Olsen

was calling people to "come on down," just as Rich Fields

is doing--33 years later.

>

Retro: Atlanta Saturday, June 30, 1973

From the Atlanta Constitution. Schedules

begin at 7 AM.

WSB Ch. 2 (NBC)


7 AM Talking With A Giant

7:30 Popeye

9 AM 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)

12:30 Community Dialogue

1 PM Tarzan

2 PM Baseball: teams not listed

5 PM Golf: Western Open (third round)

6 PM News

6:30 NBC News

7 PM Hee Haw

8 PM Emergency!

9 PM NBC Movie: "That Man From Rio"

11:15 News

11:45 Movie: "The Pied Piper"

1:45 News

1:50 Movie: "Country Music Holiday"

WAGA Ch. 5 (CBS)


7 AM Tree Talks

7:30 4-H Club

8 AM Bugs Bunny

8:30 Sabrina, The Teenage Witch

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 Car And Track

4:30 Movie: "Deadly Harvest"

6 PM News

6:30 CBS News

7 PM Bobby Goldsboro

7:30 Wait Till Your Father Gets

Home

8 PM All In The Family

8:30 Bridget Loves Bernie

9 PM Mary Tyler Moore


9:30 Bob Newhart

10 PM Oral Roberts Special

11 PM News

11:30 Movie: "Shoot Loud, Louder...

I Don't Understand"

WGTV Ch. 8 (PBS)

7 PM Varoom

7:30 Faces And Places

8 PM The Sessions

8:30 Speaking Freely

9 PM Country Hayride

10 PM Movie: "My Son, My Son"

WQXI 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 Saturday Superstar Movie

10:30 Brady Kids

11 AM Bewitched
11:30 Kid Power

12 N News

12:30 Lidsville

1 PM Action '73

2 PM Ebony Beat Journal

2:30 Lost In Space

3:30 Movie: "The Lone Texan"

5 PM Wide World Of Sports

6:30 News

7 PM Movie: "Killers Of Kilimanjaro"

8:30 Paul Lynde

9 PM Burns And Schreiber Comedy

Hour

10 PM Jigsaw

11 PM News

11:40 ABC News

11:55 Movie: "The Black Rose"

1:30 Movie: "The Flame Barrier"

WTCG 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. Chiefs

1 PM Movie: "Bowery Champs"

2:30 Movie: "Lady Takes A Sailor"

4:30 Fishing Hole

5 PM This Is Your Life

5:30 Lassie

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

1 AM Movie: "Living Dangerously"

WETV Ch. 30 (PBS)

off air on Saturday


WHAE Ch. 46 (Ind.)

3:30 Time For Timothy

4 PM Fury

4:30 Earth Lab

5:30 Batman

6 PM Championship Bowling

6:30 Mayberry RFD

7 PM Honeymooners

7:30 Rawhide

8:30 Of Lands And Seas

9:30 The Lesson

10 PM Waters Family

10:30 New Directions

Retro: Atlanta Friday, July 1, 1966

From the Atlanta Constitution. Schedules

run 7 AM-1 AM.

WSB Ch. 2 (NBC)

7 AM Today Show (COLOR)

9 AM Today In Georgia (COLOR)

9:30 Bonnie Prudden Show (exercises)


10 AM Eye Guess

10:25 NBC News (not listed, but that's

what followed Eye Guess)

10:30 Concentration

11 AM Morning Star (COLOR)

11:30 Paradise Bay

12 N News

12:15 Movie: "Fixed Bayonets"

2 PM Days Of Our Lives

2:30 The Doctors

3 PM Another World

3:30 You Don't Say! (COLOR)

4 PM Match Game (COLOR) (the original,

tamer version)

4:25 NBC News

4:30 Popeye Club

5:30 Animal Kingdom (which later became

Animal World

6 PM News

6:30 Huntley-Brinkley Report (COLOR)

7 PM Movie: "Damn Yankeee" (COLOR)

9 PM Salute 2 America Parade Preview (COLOR)

(Ch. 2's annual July 4 parade)

10 PM Man From U.N.C.L.E. (COLOR)

11 PM News
11:30 Tonight Show

WAGA Ch. 5 (CBS)

7 AM CBS Morning News With

Mike Wallace

7:30 News, Weather, Editorial

7:45 Cartoons

8 AM Captain Kangaroo

9 AM Real McCoys

9:30 Andy Griffith Show

10 AM Dick Van Dyke Show

(these last three are delayed from 10:30,

11, and 11:30 AM respectively. I Love Lucy

airs on CBS at 10 AM but is not carried on

Ch. 5--that would have to wait until syndication)

10:30 Mike Douglas

12 N Love Of Life

12:25 News (don't know if this is local or CBS)

12:30 Search For Tomorrow

12:45 Guiding Light

1 PM December Bride

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 Secret Storm

4:30 Lloyd Thaxton

5:30 Movie: "Crash Landing"

7 PM News (no Cronkite, but he would be

added by the end of the summer)

7:30 Wild Wild West

8:30 Hogan's Heroes

9 PM Gomer Pyle, USMC

9:30 Smothers Brothers

10 PM Wayne And Shuster Take An

Affectionate Look At... (W.C. Fields)

11 PM News

11:30 Movie: "Son Of Dracula"

WAII Ch. 11 (ABC)

7:30 Managers In Action

8 AM Cartoon Carnival

9 AM Movie: "Crash Of Silence"

10:30 Selected Short Subjects


11 AM Supermarket Sweep

11:30 Dating Game

12 N Donna Reed Show

12:30 Father Knows Best

1 PM Ben Casey

2 PM Confidential For Women

2:30 A Time For Us

2:55 ABC News

3 PM General Hospital

3:30 The Nurses

4 PM Dark Shadows

4:30 Where The Action Is

5 PM Merv Griffin

6 PM Cheyenne

7 PM News

7:30 Flintstones (COLOR)

8 PM Tammy (COLOR) (not Grimes, she

comes in the fall and self-destructs

in four weeks)

8:30 Addams Family

9 PM Honey West

9:30 Farmer's Daughter (COLOR)

10 PM Court-Martial

11 PM News

11:30 Movie: "Apartment For Peggy"


If memory serves, Days Of Our Lives on NBC was

in color from day one in 1965, although it's not

shown here. I also believe CBS's Wild Wild West,

Hogan's Heroes, and Gomer Pyle were in color.

The Smothers Brothers Show is the sitcom where

Tommy played an angel. A few years ago I saw that

show again on Nick at Nite. While the brothers'

bickering is about as funny as usual, the rest of

the show is not that great. Obviously, they were

showcased to better advantage on their classic

Sunday-night show (1967-69).

I've heard rumors that Honey West might be turned

into a movie. Anyone know anything about this?

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Color TV: June 1966 (Was: Re: Retro: Atlanta Friday, July 1, 1966)

B. Patrick asked:

> If memory serves, Days Of Our Lives on NBC was

> in color from day one in 1965, although it's not


> shown here. I also believe CBS's Wild Wild West,

> Hogan's Heroes, and Gomer Pyle were in color.

I believe that the only daytime program on NBC still in black-and-white in June of 1966 was
"Concentration", which would switch to color that Fall.

Most (if not all) of the first season of "Wild, Wild West" was in black-and-white.

The only episode of "Hogan's Heroes" in black-and-white was the pilot. Maybe the pilot was
being rerun on the evening of June 21st, 1966.

"Gomer Pyle" went to color in the Fall of 1965.

I don't think any ABC daytime shows were in color until late 1966, but I believe there were two
CBS daytime shows in color by June of 1966: "Art Linkletter's House Party" (which went color in
the Fall of 1965) and "As The World Turns" (which I believe had just gone color). I'm pretty sure
"Password" and "To Tell The Truth" went color sometime during the Summer of 1966 (wasn't the
primetime "Truth" in color during the 1965/66 season???). By the end of the year (or maybe
very early 1967 at the latest), the rest of CBS' first-run daytime schedule had been converted to
color.

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>

> WAII Ch. 11 (ABC)

>

> 10:30 Selected Short Subjects

>

Could it be cartoons or Three Stooges or Little Rascals since it was summer time??

>

>

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>>

> > WAII Ch. 11 (ABC)

>>

> > 10:30 Selected Short Subjects

>>

> Could it be cartoons or Three Stooges or Little Rascals

> since it was summer time??

>>
>>

>

No idea. I think Ch. 5 had the Stooges but I don't know who

had the Rascals before Ch. 17 came on the air (again, I'm

inclined to say it was 5). Could be cartoons, could be an old

movie serial or newsreel.

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> WAGA Ch. 5 (CBS)

> 12:25 News (don't know if this is local or CBS)

That would be CBS.

> I've heard rumors that Honey West might be turned

> into a movie. Anyone know anything about this?

That one is true. Reese Witherspoon was supposed to star and produce the big screen version of
the "Burke's Law" spinoff series about the female detective with the ocelot[another word for
tiger] for a pet, but there has been no word on whether this one will go forward.

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> > I've heard rumors that Honey West might be turned

> > into a movie. Anyone know anything about this?

>

> That one is true. Reese Witherspoon was supposed to star and

> produce the big screen version of the "Burke's Law" spinoff

> series about the female detective with the ocelot[another

> word for tiger] for a pet, but there has been no word on

> whether this one will go forward.

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> > > Reese Witherspoon was supposed to star

> and

> > produce the big screen version of the "Burke's Law"

> spinoff

> > series about the female detective with the ocelot[another

> > word for tiger] for a pet, "


>

Ocelots are much smaller than tigers, and are found in South America. It's closer to a bobcat

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> > > > Reese Witherspoon was supposed to star

> > and

> > > produce the big screen version of the "Burke's Law"

> > spinoff

> > > series about the female detective with the

> ocelot[another

> > > word for tiger] for a pet, "

>>

>

>

> Ocelots are much smaller than tigers, and are found in South

> America. It's closer to a bobcat

Nitpick.

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> > > > > Reese Witherspoon was supposed to star

> > > and

> > > > produce the big screen version of the "Burke's Law"

> > > spinoff

> > > > series about the female detective with the

> > ocelot[another

> > > > word for tiger] for a pet, "

>>>

>>

>>

> > Ocelots are much smaller than tigers, and are found in

> South

> > America. It's closer to a bobcat

>

> Nitpick.

Not to ocelots.
They are sensitive about their heritage :-).

A message from the Ocelot Appreciation Society of South America.

Retro: Atlanta Saturday, July 2 and Sunday, July 3, 1966

More from the Atlanta Constitution from

Fourth of July weekend 1966. Oddly,

Channel 2 chose to carry its annual parade

on Saturday instead of Monday the fourth.

Schedules run 7 AM-1 AM Saturday and

8 AM-1 AM Sunday.

SATURDAY:

WSB Ch. 2 (NBC)

7 AM Space-A-GO-GO (Flash Gordon,

Eighth Man, Astro Boy)

9 AM Jetsons (COLOR)

9:30 Atom Ant (COLOR)

10 AM Secret Squirrel (COLOR)

10:30 Underdog (COLOR)

11 AM Top Cat (COLOR)

11:30 Fury
12 N Playhouse (nothing else about

this)

12:30 Putt-Putt Golf

1 PM Baseball: teams not given

4 PM Armchair Playhouse: "Days Of

Glory" (time approximate)

5 PM Sam Snead Golf

5:30 Salute 2 America Parade

(I wonder if this was taped

and edited-nowadays it always

goes two hours live.)

6:30 Scherer-MacNeil Report (COLOR)

7 PM News (COLOR)

7:30 Flipper (COLOR)

8 PM I Dream Of Jeannie (the last

regularly-scheduled black-and-

white series on NBC)

8:30 Get Smart (COLOR)

9 PM NBC Movie: "Ride The High Country"

(COLOR)

11 PM News (COLOR)

11:15 Movie: "Damn Citizen"

WAGA Ch. 5 (CBS)


7 AM Sgt. Preston Of The Yukon

7:30 Jungle Jim

8 AM Captain Kangaroo

9 AM Comedy Hour

9:30 Tennessee Tuxedo

10 AM Mighty Mouse (COLOR)

10:30 Adventures Of Lassie

11 AM Tom And Jerry (COLOR)

11:30 Quick Draw McGraw (COLOR)

12 N Sky King

12:30 Linus The Lionhearted (COLOR)

1 PM My Friend Flicka

1:30 Movie: "Crazy Over Horses"

2:30 Ensign O'Toole

3 PM Ripcord

3:30 Littlest Hobo

4 PM Movie: "Stars And Stripes Forever"

6 PM Lost In Space

7 PM Beverly Hillbillies

7:30 Bar-S Jamboree

8:30 Secret Agent

9:30 The Face Is Familiar

(Fred Silverman picked this

turkey over Hollywood Squares.)

10 PM Gunsmoke
11 PM News

11:30 Movie: "Marjorie Morningstar"

WAII Ch. 11 (ABC)

8 AM Adventures In Living

9 AM Revival Fires

9:30 Cartoon Carnival

10 AM Porky Pig

10:30 The Beatles (COLOR)

11 AM New Casper Cartoon Show

11:30 Magilla Gorilla (COLOR)

12 N Bugs Bunny (COLOR)

12:30 Milton The Monster (COLOR)

1 PM Hoppity Hooper (COLOR)

1:30 American Bandstand

2:30 Stars Of Tomorrow

(Local talent show on which the likes

of James Brown and Brenda Lee got their

first break.)

3 PM Wide World Of Sports (Ch.11 would not air

this show on pattern at 5 until the fall

of 1968.)

4:30 The Hit Beat

5 PM Wilburn Brothers
5:30 Porter Wagoner

6 PM Flatt And Scruggs

6:30 Live Atlanta Wrestling

7:30 Ozzie And Harriet (COLOR)

8 PM Bill Anderson

8:30 Lawrence Welk (COLOR)

9:30 Hollywood Palace (COLOR)

10:30 Legend Of Jesse James

11 PM News

11:30 Movie: "Mysterians"

SUNDAY:

WSB Ch. 2 (NBC)

8 AM Gospel Jubilee

9 AM Cartoon Cavalcade

11 AM Second Ponce de Leon

Baptist Church

12 N Championship Bowling

12:30 Playhouse

1 PM Meet The Press (COLOR)

1:30 Movie: "So Proudly We Hail"

4 PM Movie: "Green Fire" (COLOR)

6 PM News (COLOR)
6:30 America The Beautiful (COLOR)

7:30 Walt Disney (COLOR)

8:30 Branded (COLOR)

9 PM Bonanza (COLOR)

10 PM Wackiest Ship In The Army (COLOR)

11 PM News (COLOR)

11:30 Movie: "Darby's Rangers"

WAGA Ch. 5 (CBS)

8 AM Singing Time In Dixie

8:30 The LeFevres (COLOR)

9 AM Insight

9:30 Faith For Today

10 AM Capila Paulina (no idea if this

is a CBS religious special or what)

11 AM First Baptist Church

12 N Camera Three

12:30 Face The Nation

1 PM Amateur Hour (COLOR)

1:30 Mister Ed

2 PM Sea Hunt

2:30 CBS Sports Spectacular

4 PM America (COLOR)

4:30 20th Century


5 PM Movie: "The Last Blitzkrieg"

7 PM Lassie (COLOR)

7:30 My Favorite Martian

8 PM Ed Sullivan

9 PM Perry Mason

10 PM Candid Camera

10:30 Let's Discuss It

11 PM News

11:15 CBS News

11:30 Movie: title illegible

WAII Ch. 11 (ABC)

8 AM Church Of The Week:

Oakhurst Baptist

9 AM Choir Of The Week

9:30 TV Gospel Time

10 AM Beany And Cecil (COLOR)

10:30 Peter Potamus (COLOR)

11 AM Bullwinkle (COLOR)

11:30 Discovery

12 N House Detective

1:30 ABC Scope

2 PM Movie: "Ramar And The

Deadly Females"
3:30 The Detectives

4 PM Stagecoach West

5 PM Donna Reed (delay from 8

PM Saturday)

5:30 A Man Called Shenandoah

6 PM 12 O'Clock High

7 PM Voyage To The Bottom Of

The Sea (COLOR)

8 PM The FBI (COLOR)

9 PM ABC Movie: "Say One For Me"

11 PM from this point on, illegible

NOTE: Ch. 11 ran a movie on Mondays at

7:30, delaying 12 O'Clock High, Legend

Of Jesse James, and A Man Called Shenandoah.

Ch. 5 did the same thing on Wednesday, delaying

Lost In Space and Beverly Hillbillies, and

pre-empting Green Acres.

Like most ABC affiliates, 11 did not carry

ABC Scope on Saturdays at 10:30. In the

process of delaying it they bumped Issues

And Answers.

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> 5:30 Salute 2 America Parade

> (I wonder if this was taped

> and edited-nowadays it always

> goes two hours live.)

If the parade was normally a two hour affair on July 4, how could WSB have taped it in advance
and edited it?

> 3 PM Wide World Of Sports (Ch.11 would not air

> this show on pattern at 5 until the fall

> of 1968.)

So this was a one-week delay?

> 11:30 Movie: title illegible

Hey, didn't I see that same movie last week on TCM?

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> > 5:30 Salute 2 America Parade

> > (I wonder if this was taped

> > and edited-nowadays it always

> > goes two hours live.)

>

> If the parade was normally a two hour affair on July 4, how

> could WSB have taped it in advance and edited it?

I think you misunderstood. The parade, for some reason, was

held on July 2. Since the parade usually runs from about 1

to 3 PM, it is possible that Channel 2 could have taped and

edited it.

>

> > 3 PM Wide World Of Sports (Ch.11 would not air

> > this show on pattern at 5 until the fall

> > of 1968.)

>
> So this was a one-week delay?

More than likely.

>

> > 11:30 Movie: title illegible

>

> Hey, didn't I see that same movie last week on TCM?

>

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> > > 5:30 Salute 2 America Parade

> > > (I wonder if this was taped

> > > and edited-nowadays it always

> > > goes two hours live.)

>>

> > If the parade was normally a two hour affair on July 4,

> how

> > could WSB have taped it in advance and edited it?

>

> I think you misunderstood. The parade, for some reason, was

>

> held on July 2. Since the parade usually runs from about 1
> to 3 PM, it is possible that Channel 2 could have taped and

> edited it.

You're right; I had the impression that it was a July 4 parade. Your answeer clarifies everything.

The concept of airing an edited parade boggles my mind, though.

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> > > > 5:30 Salute 2 America Parade

> > > > (I wonder if this was taped

> > > > and edited-nowadays it always

> > > > goes two hours live.)

>>>

> > > If the parade was normally a two hour affair on July 4,
> > how

> > > could WSB have taped it in advance and edited it?

>>

> > I think you misunderstood. The parade, for some reason,

> was

>>

> > held on July 2. Since the parade usually runs from about

>1

> > to 3 PM, it is possible that Channel 2 could have taped

> and

> > edited it.

>

> You're right; I had the impression that it was a July 4

> parade. Your answeer clarifies everything.

>

> The concept of airing an edited parade boggles my mind,

> though.

>

I'm assuming that's what happened. Channel 2 did have

a scheduling conflict with NBC baseball earlier in the

afternoon, so there wasn't much room to schedule it.

(Possibly the parade wasn't as big as it is now, and even

though Atlanta stayed on Eastern Standard Time, there would

have been enough daylight at 5:30 to take care of lighting

problems, if it aired live. And that's still a strange


time to start the parade.)

On Monday, July 4, WSB stuck with its regular afternoon

block (see Friday, July 1 schedule), which boggles MY mind:

why wasn't the parade held on Monday? That evening, however,

they had a baseball game from NBC, Minnesota at Cleveland, that

started at 6 PM (EST). That was the extent of special

holiday-related programming on 2, 5, or 11 that day.

But rest assured, the Salute 2 America parade for 2005

will be seen Monday, July 4, live at 1 PM.

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> The concept of airing an edited parade boggles my mind,

> though.

Maybe the 1966 parade was much smaller (in number of marching units and participants) than it
is now, and only took about one hour for the entire parade to pass the reviewing stand location
(which is where I'd think the TV cameras and anchor booth were located).

Retro: Georgia Primetime Monday, June 24, 1974 (Part 1)

From the Atlanta Constitution. Schedules

begin at 7 PM and cover all Atlanta stations


and VHF affiliates in Georgia (and Greenville,

SC).

WSB Ch. 2 (NBC) Atlanta

7 PM NBC News

7:30 Let's Make A Deal

8 PM Baseball World Of Joe Garagiola

8:15 Baseball: Philadelphia at Montreal

11 PM News (time approximate)

11:30 Tonight Show

1 AM Tomorrow

2 AM News

WRBL Ch. 3 (CBS) Columbus, GA

7 PM News

7:30 Price Is Right (Dennis James)

8 PM Gunsmoke

9 PM Here's Lucy

9:30 New Dick Van Dyke Show

10 PM CBS Reports: "Solzhenitsyn"

11 PM News

11:30 CBS Movie: "A Walk With Love

And Death"
WSAV Ch. 3 (NBC) Savannah

7 PM News

7:30 Adam-12

8 PM Baseball World Of Joe Garagiola

8:15 Baseball: Philadelphia at Montreal

11 PM News (time approximate)

11:30 Tonight Show

WFBC Ch. 4 (NBC) Greenville, SC

7 PM What's My Line?

7:30 Let's Make A Deal

8 PM Baseball World Of Joe Garagiola

8:15 Baseball: Philadelphia at Montreal

11 PM News (time approximate)

11:30 Tonight Show

1 AM Tomorrow

WAGA Ch. 5 (CBS) Atlanta

7 PM CBS News

7:30 Tell The Mayor

8 PM Gunsmoke
9 PM Here's Lucy

9:30 New Dick Van Dyke Show

10 PM CBS Reports

11 PM News

11:30 Movie: "The Damned Don't Cry"

WJBF Ch. 6 (ABC/NBC) Augusta

7 PM National Geographic

8 PM The Rookies

9 PM ABC Movie: "A Talent For Loving"

11 PM News

11:30 Tonight Show

WGTV Ch. 8 (PBS) Athens/Atlanta

7 PM Yoga For Health

7:30 Forum

8 PM Male Menopause: The Pause That

Perplexes

9 PM On The Road With Duke Ellington

10 PM Washington Straight Talk

10:30 Woman

WTVM Ch. 9 (ABC) Columbus, GA


7 PM Truth Or Consequences

7:30 Wild Kingdom

8 PM The Rookies

9 PM Movie: "I Love A Mystery"

11 PM News

11:30 Wide World Of Entertainment

1 AM News

1:10 Leighton Ford

Part 2 follows.

Retro: Georgia Primetime Monday, June 24, 1974 (Part 2)

More from the Atlanta Constitution:

WALB Ch. 10 (NBC) Albany, GA

7 PM Mission: Impossible

8 PM Baseball World Of Joe Garagiola

8:15 Baseball: Philadelphia at Montreal

11 PM News (time approximate)

11:30 Tonight Show

WTOC Ch. 11 (CBS) Savannah


7 PM To Tell The Truth

7:30 Truth Or Consequences

8 PM Gunsmoke

9 PM Here's Lucy

9:30 New Dick Van Dyke Show

10 PM CBS Reports

11 PM News

11:30 CBS Movie: "A Walk With

Love And Death"

WXIA Ch. 11 (ABC) Atlanta

7 PM Concentration

7:30 Seaworld

8 PM The Rookies

9 PM ABC Movie: "A Talent For Loving"

11 PM News

11:40 Mission: Impossible

12:40 Wide World Of Entertainment

2:10 News

WRDW Ch. 12 (CBS/NBC) Augusta

7 PM To Tell The Truth

7:30 Truth Or Consequences


8 PM Gunsmoke

9 PM Here's Lucy

9:30 New Dick Van Dyke Show

10 PM CBS Reports

11 PM News

11:30 CBS Movie: "A Walk With

Love And Death"

WMAZ Ch. 13 (CBS/ABC) Macon

7 PM Truth Or Consequences

7:30 Let's Make A Deal

8 PM Gunsmoke

9 PM Here's Lucy

9:30 New Dick Van Dyke Show

10 PM CBS Reports

11 PM News

11:30 CBS Movie: "A Walk With

Love And Death"

WTCG Ch. 17 (Ind.) Atlanta

7 PM Rifleman

7:30 Andy Griffith

8 PM Wild Wild West


9 PM Movie: "Somewhere In The Night"

11 PM The Baron

12 M Movie: "Last Of The Badmen"

1:40 Movie: "Battling Bellhop"

WETV Ch. 30 (PBS) Atlanta

7 PM Book Beat

7:30 It's Your City

8:30 Green River Valley

9 PM On The Road With Duke Ellington

10 PM Washington Straight Talk

10:30 Woman

WHAE Ch. 46 (Ind.) Atlanta

7 PM Mayberry RFD

7:30 Circus

8 PM 700 Club

10 PM Oral Roberts

10:30 Good News

11 PM Mayberry RFD

11:30 Honeymooners

12 M News
Retro: Nashville network affs., Tuesday, Dec. 18, 1984

Tuesday, Dec. 18, 1984

(Source: Shelbyville (Tenn.) Times-Gazette)

WKRN 2 (ABC)

AM

(no listing before 7 a.m.)

7 Good Morning America

9 Little House On The Prairie

10 Love Connection

10:30 Loving

11 Family Feud

11:30 Ryans Hope

PM

12 All My Children

1 One Life To Live

2 General Hospital

3 Family

4 Barnaby Jones

5 MASH

5:30 News

6 Lets Make A Deal

6:30 Peoples Court

7 Threes A Crowd

7:30 Whos The Boss


8 Glitter

9 Paper Dolls

10 News

10:30 WKRP

11 Soap

11:30 Nightline

WSMV 4 (NBC)

AM

6 Ralph Emery

7 Today

9 Phil Donahue

10 Wheel Of Fortune

10:30 Dream House

11 Channel 4 Magazine

PM

12:30 Sale Of The Century

1 Another World

2 Match Game

2:30 Hollywood Squares

3 Days Of Our Lives

4 Peoples Court

4:30 Wheel of Fortune

5 Tic Tac Dough

5:30 NBC News


6 News

7 A-Team

8 Riptide

9 Remington Steele

10 News

10:30 Threes Company

11 Barney Miller

11:30 Late Night with David Letterman

WTVF 5 (CBS)

AM

6 CBS Morning News

8 Tattletales

8:30 Match Game

9 $25,000 Pyramid

9:30 TBA

10 Price Is Right

11 News

11:30 Young & The Restless

PM

12:30 As The World Turns

1:30 Capitol

2 Guiding Light

3 Waltons

4 CHIPs
5 Sanford & Son

5:30 CBS News

6 News

6:30 Family Feud

7 Yogi Bear (I assume this would be a holiday special)

7:30 After MASH

8 Movie: Shes Fired, Hes Hired

10 News

10:30 Entertainment Tonight

11 Fall Guy

WDCN 8 (PBS)

AM

7 To Life!

8 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Sesame Street (presumably replacing classroom programming during the
holidays)

PM

3:30 3-2-1 Contact

4 Mr. Rogers

4:30 Electric Company

5 Sesame Street

6 MacNeil-Lehrer Report

7 A Taste of China

7:30 Metro Council Meeting (yes, they broadcast the city council live)

10 Business Report

10:30 Late Night


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> Tuesday, Dec. 18, 1984

> (Source: Shelbyville (Tenn.) Times-Gazette)

>

>

> WTVF 5 (CBS)

> AM

> 6 CBS Morning News

> 8 Tattletales

> 8:30 Match Game

> 9 $25,000 Pyramid

> 9:30 TBA

>

The TBA would probably be Press Your Luck which was on at 9:30 A.M.,unless they didn't clear
Press Your Luck in Nashville.

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> WSMV 4 (NBC)

> 10:30 Threes Company

> 11 Barney Miller

> 11:30 Late Night with David Letterman

NBC must have just loved them pre-empting Carson for two syndicated reruns.

Retro:Cleveland Sunday, January 3, 1954

Source: Canton, Ohio Repository

WNBK 4 (NBC)

Morning

8:45 Norman Vincent Peale


9AM Frontiers Of Faith

9:30 Sunday School

10AM Mr. Wizard

10:30 American Inventory

11AM American Forum

11:30 Nature Of Things

11:45 Magic Clown

Afternoon

Noon Captain Glenn-Kids

12:30 Sunday Matinee

1:30 First Run Theater (No Movie titles)

3PM TechniScience

3:30 Kukla/Fran/Ollie

4PM Excursion

4:30 Zoo Parade

5PM Hall Of Fame (Presumably Hallmark)

Evening

6PM Meet The Press

6:30 Roy Rogers

7PM Paul Winchell

7:30 Mr. Peepers

8PM Colgate Comedy Hour


9PM TV Playhouse

9:30 March Of Dimes

10PM Letter to Loretta (Loretta Young)

10:30 Man Against Crime

11PM Matinee Theater

WEWS 5 (CBS)

Morning

11AM The Pastor

11:15 Person Can Do

11:30 Cartoon Show

11:45 Captain Hartz-syndicated

Afternoon

Noon Gene Carroll-Amateur Show

1PM Polka Parade

1:30 Airflyte Theater (Movie)

3PM Year Of Crisis-Edward R. Murrow

4PM Juvenile Jury-Jack Barry

4:30 Fun with Charades-Local Game Show I believe

5PM Omnibus
Evening

6:30 You Are There-Walter Cronkite

7PM Range Rider-Syn. (Instead Of Quiz Kids)

7:30 Private Secretary (Jack Benny Alternate weeks)

8PM Toast Of The Town-Ed Sullivan

9PM Bing Crosby-His first TV Special-Guest Jack Benny

9:30 Man Behind The Badge-Drama

10PM Foreign Intrigue-Syndicated

10:30 What's My Line?-Mystery Guest New York City Mayor Robert Wagner

11PM Sunday News

11:15 The Web-Drama

11:45 Sunday Nite Theater (Movie)

WXEL 8 (Dumont/ABC)

Morning

11:30 Christophers

11:45 Star Babes (What it apparently says)

Afternoon

Noon Faith For Today


12:30 TV Travel

1PM Big Picture

1:30 This Is The Life

2PM Encore Theater (Movie)

4PM Ohio Story-15 minute Documentaries shown on stations all across Ohio

4:15 Ward Workshop

4:30 Prescription

5PM Super Circus-ABC (Live from Chicago)

Evening

6PM Paul Hartman Show-Sitcom-ABC..Better known to most of us as "Emmett Clark" from Andy
Griffith/Mayberry RFD

6:30 George Jessel-ABC

7PM You Asked For It-ABC

7:30 TV Teen Club-Paul Whiteman-ABC Broadcast from Philadelphia

8PM Nature Of Government-ABC

Apparently an educational series hosted by one Mortimer J. Adler..ABC was showing this as a
public service with cooperation from National Educational Television (NET)

8:30 Congressional Preview-Probably ABC

9PM Walter Winchell-ABC (DuMont-Rocky King)

9:15 Orchid Award-ABC

9:30 Plainclothesman-DuMont

10PM Film Shorts

10:30 Peter Potter (Jukebox Jury)-ABC

11PM Shadow Theater (Movie)


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> 8PM Nature Of Government-ABC

> Apparently an educational series hosted by one Mortimer J.

> Adler..ABC was showing this as a public service with

> cooperation from National Educational Television (NET)

I don't remember NET existing as early as 1954?

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> > 8PM Nature Of Government-ABC

> > Apparently an educational series hosted by one Mortimer J.

>

> > Adler..ABC was showing this as a public service with

> > cooperation from National Educational Television (NET)

>

> I don't remember NET existing as early as 1954?

I didnt remember NET being around that early either. Here is a link to an article that appears to
be about the above program..and the series it was contained in

http://radicalacademy.com/adlervideos.htm

Also..Courtesy of the Museum of Broadcast Communications, An article about the History of


NET..

http://www.museum.tv/archives/etv/N/...tionaleduc.htm
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> Source: Canton, Ohio Repository

>

>

> 7PM Range Rider-Syn.(Instead of Lassie..Though for a time

> later in the 1950's or early 60's Channel 5 would carry

> Lassie Sundays at 7 even though WJW 8 was CBS)

>

Lassie did not premiere on CBS until the fall of 1954.

>

>

>

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> > 8PM Nature Of Government-ABC

> > Apparently an educational series hosted by one Mortimer J.

>

> > Adler..ABC was showing this as a public service with

> > cooperation from National Educational Television (NET)

>

> I don't remember NET existing as early as 1954?

>

NET began in 1952.

I also should identify Mortimer Adler (1902-2001). He was

a professor of philosophy who spent most of his career at

the University of Chicago, where he specialized in the

philosophy of law and government. He also helped compile

the "Great Books" series, but his most famous work--still

in print--was "How To Read A Book," published in 1943.

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>>

>>

> > I don't remember NET existing as early as 1954?

>

>

> I didnt remember NET being around that early either. Here

> is a link to an article that appears to be about the above

> program..and the series it was contained in

>

>

>The oldest Educational/public Tv station in the US in KUHT-TV 8-Houston,TX followed by WKAR-


TV 23 Michigan State University Television, East Lansing,MI. Educational TV would boom in the
1960's and 1970's with UHF growth, PBS forming and the rise of Mr. Rogers and Sesame Street.

As mentioned before, WKAR began on Channel 60 in January,1954,then moved to Channel 10 as


WMSB and time-shared with WILX-TV NBC 10 in Jackson,MI and then WKAR returned on UHF 23
in 9/1972 as WILX-TV went solo on 10.

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> > Source: Canton, Ohio Repository

>>

>

>>

>

> > 7PM Range Rider-Syn.(Instead of Lassie..Though for a time

> > later in the 1950's or early 60's Channel 5 would carry

> > Lassie Sundays at 7 even though WJW 8 was CBS)

>>

> Lassie did not premiere on CBS until the fall of 1954.

>>

>>

>>

>>

Thanks Braves2005. I had forgotten Lassie did not begin till fall 1954. I made a correction in the
original post though It looks as if Quiz Kids either changed times or was canceled before January
1954. So I am not sure If I am right even now.

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> > > Source: Canton, Ohio Repository

>>>

>>

>>>

>>

> > > 7PM Range Rider-Syn.(Instead of Lassie..Though for a

> time

> > > later in the 1950's or early 60's Channel 5 would carry

> > > Lassie Sundays at 7 even though WJW 8 was CBS)

>>>

> > Lassie did not premiere on CBS until the fall of 1954.

>>>

>>>

>>>

>>>

>

>

> Thanks Braves2005. I had forgotten Lassie did not begin

> till fall 1954. I made a correction in the original post


> though It looks as if Quiz Kids either changed times or was

> canceled before January 1954. So I am not sure If I am

> right even now.

>

According to Castleman and Podrazik's "The TV Schedule Book,"

Quiz Kids aired on CBS Sundays at 7 in the summer of 1953.

In the fall, the sitcom Life With Father premiered at that time,

and was still on the air through the 1953-54 season. Quiz Kids

got one final run, January-September 1956, Thursdays at 10:30

on CBS.

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06-24-2005, 04:08 PM #9

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Re: Retro:Cleveland Sunday, January 3, 1954

Tim Lones takes us back to Cleveland on Sunday, January 3rd, 1954:

> WNBK 4 (NBC)

> Afternoon

> 3:30 Kukla/Fran/Ollie

"Kukla, Fran, and Ollie" had left NBC's weeknight schedule in June of 1952, and from then until
mid-1954, aired only once a week on Sundays.

The show moved that Fall to ABC, as that network was willing to give the Kuklapolitans a five-
nights-a-week (7-7:15 P.M. ET) slot.

> 4:30 Zoo Parade

Broadcast as a live remote from Chicago's Lincoln Park Zoo, the host of this program was a young
Marlin Perkins, who was the zoo's executive driector. Perkins is better known for his over two
decades (1963-85) as host of "Wild Kingdom", which was filmed on-location all over the world.

> Evening

> 6PM Meet The Press

"Meet The Press" ran in this time slot until 1965, when it was moved to an early-afternoon slot
on Sundays, and eventually, a Sunday morning timeslot.

> WEWS 5 (CBS)

> Afternoon

> 3PM Year Of Crisis-Edward R. Murrow

Every year in the 1950's around January 1st, CBS News would summon most of it's foreign
correspondents back to New York where they, along with some correspondents brought-in from
Washington and other U.S. bureaus, would join Murrow for a discussion of the year just past and
a look at the year ahead.

> Evening

> 10:30 What's My Line?-Mystery Guest New York City Mayor

> Robert Wagner

Unless this episode was pre-filmed, I doubt that the name of the "mystery guest" would get into
TV listings, for obvious reasons. Dorothy Kilgallen would probably have found out!!

> 11PM Sunday News

I believe it was network, as for many years, CBS ran a fifteen-minute newscast Sunday nights
from 11 to 11:15 P.M. ET. Eventually, I believe they did two feeds, the first at 11 ET and the
second at 11:15 (and later 11:30) ET.

For most of the 1950's, Walter Cronkite anchored this newscast, which was known as the
"Sunday News Special". Wasn't it the only weekend newscast on network television for much of
the fifties??

When did WEWS become the ABC affiliate and WXEL/WJW join CBS?? Was it before or after the
collapse of DuMont??

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> > Evening

> > 10:30 What's My Line?-Mystery Guest New York City Mayor

> > Robert Wagner

>

> Unless this episode was pre-filmed, I doubt that the name of

> the "mystery guest" would get into TV listings, for obvious

> reasons. Dorothy Kilgallen would probably have found out!!


There is a website known as the "Big 4 Goodson-Todman Game Show Index". It lists all panels,
Celebrity guests, etc. Of the Four major Prime Time G-T games: What's My Line, Password, To
Tell The Truth and I've Got a Secret. I go to this site for any additional Information on these
shows not in a TV Guide or Newspaper listing.

http://www.kinescopes.com/G_T_big4.html

> When did WEWS become the ABC affiliate and WXEL/WJW join

> CBS?? Was it before or after the collapse of DuMont??

In researching other TV related Newspaper artticles, I came across the fact that Channel 8
became CBS and 5 ABC officially May 1, 1955. 1954-55 was the last or next to last season
DuMont tried to do full Prime Time programming..

Tim Lones

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> There is a website known as the "Big 4 Goodson-Todman Game

> Show Index". It lists all panels, Celebrity guests, etc.

> Of the Four major Prime Time G-T games: What's My Line,

> Password, To Tell The Truth and I've Got a Secret. I go to

> this site for any additional Information on these shows not

> in a TV Guide or Newspaper listing.


Tim, to avoid this kind of confusion, perhaps in the future you could mention when you've added
material not in the original cited source?

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> > There is a website known as the "Big 4 Goodson-Todman Game

>

> > Show Index". It lists all panels, Celebrity guests, etc.

>

> > Of the Four major Prime Time G-T games: What's My Line,

> > Password, To Tell The Truth and I've Got a Secret. I go

> to

> > this site for any additional Information on these shows

> not

> > in a TV Guide or Newspaper listing.


>

> Tim, to avoid this kind of confusion, perhaps in the future

> you could mention when you've added material not in the

> original cited source?

>

I have to agree with our moderator on this one. I have

Gil Fates' book about What's My Line?, in which he lists

all the Mystery Guests, panelists, and guest panelists who

ever appeared on the show, and Mayor Wagner was the Mystery

Guest on January 3, 1954.

My next question, which I was going to ask in this posting,

was whether or not someone leaked to the

newspapers that Wagner was going to be on Line that week. Fates

said it happened a couple of times: Walter Winchell once printed

that Van Johnson was going to be Mystery Guest one week, and Irv

Kupcinet did the same thing re Tony Curtis. Both, Fates surmised,

got their information from some overzealous person, perhaps a

publicist, perhaps the columnists' assistants.

But the odds of that happening were almost incalculable. Most

celebrities enjoyed the chance to stump the panel.

So now we're clear.


BTW, a bit of irony. Fates mentions that after Bennett Cerf

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>> >

> I have to agree with our moderator on this one. I have

> Gil Fates' book about What's My Line?, in which he lists

> all the Mystery Guests, panelists, and guest panelists who

> ever appeared on the show, and Mayor Wagner was the Mystery

> Guest on January 3, 1954.

>

> My next question, which I was going to ask in this posting,

> was whether or not someone leaked to the

> newspapers that Wagner was going to be on Line that week.

> Fates

> said it happened a couple of times: Walter Winchell once

> printed

> that Van Johnson was going to be Mystery Guest one week, and

> Irv

> Kupcinet did the same thing re Tony Curtis. Both, Fates

> surmised,
> got their information from some overzealous person, perhaps

>a

> publicist, perhaps the columnists' assistants.

>

> But the odds of that happening were almost incalculable.

> Most

> celebrities enjoyed the chance to stump the panel.

>

> So now we're clear.

to KM and BPatrick..

I absolutely understand the point on this..many times I will quote and give credit to other
sources..Here it slipped my mind plus I figured there are places to check this information out if
one chose to. Here on out I will remember to quote all secondary sources..

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TV LAND SCHEDULE THIS WEEKEND

As part of Nick at Nite's Anniversary, TV LAND will have a special line-up this weekend. Schedule
is from Yahoo!. Most of the shows are from the 50s, 60s, and 70s. And a few are from the 80s.

Saturday

6:00am The Donna Reed Show

6:30am My Three Sons

7:00am Mister Ed TVG

7:30am The Monkees

8:00am Make Room for Daddy

8:30am Patty Duke

9:00am Green Acres TVG


9:30am Alfred Hitchcock Presents

10:00am Dobie Gillis

10:30am Dragnet

11:00am Get Smart

11:30am F Troop

12:00pm Superman TVG

12:30pm The Dick Van Dyke Show TVG, CC

1:00pm The Mary Tyler Moore Show TVG, CC

1:30pm The Odd Couple TVG

2:00pm The Bob Newhart Show TVG

2:30pm The Partridge Family

3:00pm Welcome Back, Kotter TVG

3:30pm I Dream of Jeannie TVG, CC

4:00pm Bewitched TVG, CC

4:30pm I Love Lucy TVG, CC

5:00pm I Love Lucy TVG, CC

5:30pm Laverne & Shirley TVG

6:00pm The Brady Bunch TVG, CC

6:30pm The Munsters TVG

7:00pm All in the Family TVPG, CC

7:30pm All in the Family TVPG, CC

8:00pm Sanford & Son TVPG

8:30pm Sanford & Son TVPG

9:00pm The Jeffersons TVPG

9:30pm The Jeffersons TVPG


10:00pm The Mary Tyler Moore Show TVG, CC

10:30pm Rhoda

11:00pm Rhoda

11:30pm Newhart

12:00am I Love Lucy TVG, CC

12:30am Bewitched TVG, CC

1:00am Green Acres TVG

1:30am Patty Duke

2:00am Make Room for Daddy

2:30am The Monkees

3:00am Mister Ed TVG

3:30am My Three Sons

4:00am The Donna Reed Show

4:30am Alfred Hitchcock Presents

5:00am Dobie Gillis

5:30am Dragnet

Sunday

6:00am Get Smart

6:30am F Troop

7:00am Superman TVG

7:30am The Dick Van Dyke Show TVG, CC

8:00am The Mary Tyler Moore Show TVG, CC

8:30am The Odd Couple TVG

9:00am The Bob Newhart Show TVG


9:30am The Partridge Family

10:00am Welcome Back, Kotter TVG

10:30am I Love Lucy TVG, CC

11:00am I Dream of Jeannie TVG, CC

11:30am I Love Lucy TVG, CC

12:00pm Happy Days TVG, CC

12:30pm Laverne & Shirley TVG

1:00pm The Brady Bunch TVG, CC

1:30pm All in the Family TVPG, CC

2:00pm All in the Family TVPG, CC

2:30pm Sanford & Son

3:00pm Sanford & Son

3:30pm The Jeffersons TVPG

4:00pm The Jeffersons TVPG

4:30pm The Mary Tyler Moore Show TVG, CC

5:00pm Rhoda

5:30pm Rhoda

6:00pm Full House TVG, CC

6:30pm Who's the Boss? TVG, CC

7:00pm The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air TVPG, CC

7:30pm The Cosby Show CC

8:00pm Fatherhood TVG, CC

8:30pm Murphy Brown TVPG, CC

9:00pm Gilligan's Island TVG

9:30pm The Brady Bunch TVG, CC


10:00pm The Facts of Life TVG

10:30pm Family Ties TVG, CC

11:00pm Three's Company TVPG, CC

11:30pm Three's Company TVPG, CC

12:00am Cheers TVPG, CC

12:30am Cheers TVPG, CC

1:00am Wings TVG, CC

1:30am Wings TVG, CC

2:00am Three's Company TVPG, CC

2:30am Three's Company TVPG, CC

3:00am Cheers TVPG, CC

3:30am Cheers TVPG, CC

4:00am The Facts of Life TVG

4:30am Family Ties TVG, CC

5:00am Gilligan's Island TVG

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>Should be something there for everyone. I

wish TV Land would occasionally revive an

old primetime network schedule; they did this

once with the 1971-73 ABC Friday-night schedule

(Brady Bunch, Partridge Family, Room 222, Odd

Couple, Love American Style). Some Saturday

night they ought to show episodes of CBS's

schedule from the '70s; they have All In The

Family, The Jeffersons, Mary Tyler Moore, Bob

Newhart, and Carol Burnett (they could do two

half-hours there).

As part of Nick at Nite's Anniversary, TV LAND will have a

> special line-up this weekend. Schedule is from Yahoo!. Most

> of the shows are from the 50s, 60s, and 70s. And a few are

> from the 80s.

> Saturday

> 6:00am The Donna Reed Show


> 6:30am My Three Sons

> 7:00am Mister Ed TVG

> 7:30am The Monkees

> 8:00am Make Room for Daddy

> 8:30am Patty Duke

> 9:00am Green Acres TVG

> 9:30am Alfred Hitchcock Presents

> 10:00am Dobie Gillis

> 10:30am Dragnet

> 11:00am Get Smart

> 11:30am F Troop

> 12:00pm Superman TVG

> 12:30pm The Dick Van Dyke Show TVG, CC

> 1:00pm The Mary Tyler Moore Show TVG, CC

> 1:30pm The Odd Couple TVG

> 2:00pm The Bob Newhart Show TVG

> 2:30pm The Partridge Family

> 3:00pm Welcome Back, Kotter TVG

> 3:30pm I Dream of Jeannie TVG, CC

> 4:00pm Bewitched TVG, CC

> 4:30pm I Love Lucy TVG, CC

> 5:00pm I Love Lucy TVG, CC

> 5:30pm Laverne & Shirley TVG

> 6:00pm The Brady Bunch TVG, CC

> 6:30pm The Munsters TVG


> 7:00pm All in the Family TVPG, CC

> 7:30pm All in the Family TVPG, CC

> 8:00pm Sanford & Son TVPG

> 8:30pm Sanford & Son TVPG

> 9:00pm The Jeffersons TVPG

> 9:30pm The Jeffersons TVPG

> 10:00pm The Mary Tyler Moore Show TVG, CC

> 10:30pm Rhoda

> 11:00pm Rhoda

> 11:30pm Newhart

> 12:00am I Love Lucy TVG, CC

> 12:30am Bewitched TVG, CC

> 1:00am Green Acres TVG

> 1:30am Patty Duke

> 2:00am Make Room for Daddy

> 2:30am The Monkees

> 3:00am Mister Ed TVG

> 3:30am My Three Sons

> 4:00am The Donna Reed Show

> 4:30am Alfred Hitchcock Presents

> 5:00am Dobie Gillis

> 5:30am Dragnet

>

> Sunday

> 6:00am Get Smart


> 6:30am F Troop

> 7:00am Superman TVG

> 7:30am The Dick Van Dyke Show TVG, CC

> 8:00am The Mary Tyler Moore Show TVG, CC

> 8:30am The Odd Couple TVG

> 9:00am The Bob Newhart Show TVG

> 9:30am The Partridge Family

> 10:00am Welcome Back, Kotter TVG

> 10:30am I Love Lucy TVG, CC

> 11:00am I Dream of Jeannie TVG, CC

> 11:30am I Love Lucy TVG, CC

> 12:00pm Happy Days TVG, CC

> 12:30pm Laverne & Shirley TVG

> 1:00pm The Brady Bunch TVG, CC

> 1:30pm All in the Family TVPG, CC

> 2:00pm All in the Family TVPG, CC

> 2:30pm Sanford & Son

> 3:00pm Sanford & Son

> 3:30pm The Jeffersons TVPG

> 4:00pm The Jeffersons TVPG

> 4:30pm The Mary Tyler Moore Show TVG, CC

> 5:00pm Rhoda

> 5:30pm Rhoda

> 6:00pm Full House TVG, CC

> 6:30pm Who's the Boss? TVG, CC


> 7:00pm The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air TVPG, CC

> 7:30pm The Cosby Show CC

> 8:00pm Fatherhood TVG, CC

> 8:30pm Murphy Brown TVPG, CC

> 9:00pm Gilligan's Island TVG

> 9:30pm The Brady Bunch TVG, CC

> 10:00pm The Facts of Life TVG

> 10:30pm Family Ties TVG, CC

> 11:00pm Three's Company TVPG, CC

> 11:30pm Three's Company TVPG, CC

> 12:00am Cheers TVPG, CC

> 12:30am Cheers TVPG, CC

> 1:00am Wings TVG, CC

> 1:30am Wings TVG, CC

> 2:00am Three's Company TVPG, CC

> 2:30am Three's Company TVPG, CC

> 3:00am Cheers TVPG, CC

> 3:30am Cheers TVPG, CC

> 4:00am The Facts of Life TVG

> 4:30am Family Ties TVG, CC

> 5:00am Gilligan's Island TVG

> 5:30am The Brady Bunch TVG, CC

>

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Certainly looks better than what they usually do on the weekends!

> As part of Nick at Nite's Anniversary, TV LAND will have a

> special line-up this weekend. Schedule is from Yahoo!. Most

> of the shows are from the 50s, 60s, and 70s. And a few are

> from the 80s.

> Saturday

> 6:00am The Donna Reed Show

> 6:30am My Three Sons

> 7:00am Mister Ed TVG

> 7:30am The Monkees

> 8:00am Make Room for Daddy

> 8:30am Patty Duke

> 9:00am Green Acres TVG

> 9:30am Alfred Hitchcock Presents

> 10:00am Dobie Gillis

> 10:30am Dragnet

> 11:00am Get Smart

> 11:30am F Troop

> 12:00pm Superman TVG

> 12:30pm The Dick Van Dyke Show TVG, CC

> 1:00pm The Mary Tyler Moore Show TVG, CC


> 1:30pm The Odd Couple TVG

> 2:00pm The Bob Newhart Show TVG

> 2:30pm The Partridge Family

> 3:00pm Welcome Back, Kotter TVG

> 3:30pm I Dream of Jeannie TVG, CC

> 4:00pm Bewitched TVG, CC

> 4:30pm I Love Lucy TVG, CC

> 5:00pm I Love Lucy TVG, CC

> 5:30pm Laverne & Shirley TVG

> 6:00pm The Brady Bunch TVG, CC

> 6:30pm The Munsters TVG

> 7:00pm All in the Family TVPG, CC

> 7:30pm All in the Family TVPG, CC

> 8:00pm Sanford & Son TVPG

> 8:30pm Sanford & Son TVPG

> 9:00pm The Jeffersons TVPG

> 9:30pm The Jeffersons TVPG

> 10:00pm The Mary Tyler Moore Show TVG, CC

> 10:30pm Rhoda

> 11:00pm Rhoda

> 11:30pm Newhart

> 12:00am I Love Lucy TVG, CC

> 12:30am Bewitched TVG, CC

> 1:00am Green Acres TVG

> 1:30am Patty Duke


> 2:00am Make Room for Daddy

> 2:30am The Monkees

> 3:00am Mister Ed TVG

> 3:30am My Three Sons

> 4:00am The Donna Reed Show

> 4:30am Alfred Hitchcock Presents

> 5:00am Dobie Gillis

> 5:30am Dragnet

>

> Sunday

> 6:00am Get Smart

> 6:30am F Troop

> 7:00am Superman TVG

> 7:30am The Dick Van Dyke Show TVG, CC

> 8:00am The Mary Tyler Moore Show TVG, CC

> 8:30am The Odd Couple TVG

> 9:00am The Bob Newhart Show TVG

> 9:30am The Partridge Family

> 10:00am Welcome Back, Kotter TVG

> 10:30am I Love Lucy TVG, CC

> 11:00am I Dream of Jeannie TVG, CC

> 11:30am I Love Lucy TVG, CC

> 12:00pm Happy Days TVG, CC

> 12:30pm Laverne & Shirley TVG

> 1:00pm The Brady Bunch TVG, CC


> 1:30pm All in the Family TVPG, CC

> 2:00pm All in the Family TVPG, CC

> 2:30pm Sanford & Son

> 3:00pm Sanford & Son

> 3:30pm The Jeffersons TVPG

> 4:00pm The Jeffersons TVPG

> 4:30pm The Mary Tyler Moore Show TVG, CC

> 5:00pm Rhoda

> 5:30pm Rhoda

> 6:00pm Full House TVG, CC

> 6:30pm Who's the Boss? TVG, CC

> 7:00pm The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air TVPG, CC

> 7:30pm The Cosby Show CC

> 8:00pm Fatherhood TVG, CC

> 8:30pm Murphy Brown TVPG, CC

> 9:00pm Gilligan's Island TVG

> 9:30pm The Brady Bunch TVG, CC

> 10:00pm The Facts of Life TVG

> 10:30pm Family Ties TVG, CC

> 11:00pm Three's Company TVPG, CC

> 11:30pm Three's Company TVPG, CC

> 12:00am Cheers TVPG, CC

> 12:30am Cheers TVPG, CC

> 1:00am Wings TVG, CC

> 1:30am Wings TVG, CC


> 2:00am Three's Company TVPG, CC

> 2:30am Three's Company TVPG, CC

> 3:00am Cheers TVPG, CC

> 3:30am Cheers TVPG, CC

> 4:00am The Facts of Life TVG

> 4:30am Family Ties TVG, CC

> 5:00am Gilligan's Island TVG

> 5:30am The Brady Bunch TVG, CC

>

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> Certainly looks better than what they usually do on the

> weekends!

I'll say. Nothing's more annoying than those weekend-long one-show marathons. Seems like lazy
programming. If it happens to be a show you don't like in the first place, forget it. Even with
shows I do like, I could never just sit and watch one episode after another and another. (No...
actually, I take that back. A few weeks ago on a Friday evening, I found myself watching 3 or 4 of
the I Love Lucy trip to California shows in a row).
I see a couple showings of Alfred Hitchcock, Superman, and Dragnet on the list. A little stange
only having three non-comedies. I thought there'd be more or none at all.

I also noticed the absence of Dennis The Menace, which used to be a staple every morning on
Nickelodeon. I wonder if Jay North had any influence in banning it, knowing how he feels about
it.

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06-25-2005, 09:26 AM #5

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>

> I also noticed the absence of Dennis The Menace, which used

> to be a staple every morning on Nickelodeon. I wonder if Jay

> North had any influence in banning it, knowing how he feels

> about it.

>

That's probably because The emphasis is on Nick At Nite which aired every night generally 8-
Midnight ET, Rather than danyime Nickelodeon programming. I don't think North could have
anything to do with not showing Dennis the Menace since he didnt own the series,

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06-25-2005, 10:32 AM #6

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Nice schedule but they are only giving one of the funniest sitcoms ever only one showing?!!
Welcome Back Kotter was a great show and I wish they would show more of it and/or wish that
my cable company would get Good Life Network which now shows Welcome Back Kotter. Plus
another show is missing, Car 54 Where Are You was also on Nick at Nite back 15 or so years ago.
Can someone thread what shows are missing from the schedule.

> As part of Nick at Nite's Anniversary, TV LAND will have a

> > special line-up this weekend. Schedule is from Yahoo!.

> Most

> > of the shows are from the 50s, 60s, and 70s. And a few are

>

> > from the 80s.

> > Saturday

> > 6:00am The Donna Reed Show

> > 6:30am My Three Sons

> > 7:00am Mister Ed TVG

> > 7:30am The Monkees

> > 8:00am Make Room for Daddy

> > 8:30am Patty Duke

> > 9:00am Green Acres TVG

> > 9:30am Alfred Hitchcock Presents

> > 10:00am Dobie Gillis


> > 10:30am Dragnet

> > 11:00am Get Smart

> > 11:30am F Troop

> > 12:00pm Superman TVG

> > 12:30pm The Dick Van Dyke Show TVG, CC

> > 1:00pm The Mary Tyler Moore Show TVG, CC

> > 1:30pm The Odd Couple TVG

> > 2:00pm The Bob Newhart Show TVG

> > 2:30pm The Partridge Family

> > 3:00pm Welcome Back, Kotter TVG

> > 3:30pm I Dream of Jeannie TVG, CC

> > 4:00pm Bewitched TVG, CC

> > 4:30pm I Love Lucy TVG, CC

> > 5:00pm I Love Lucy TVG, CC

> > 5:30pm Laverne & Shirley TVG

> > 6:00pm The Brady Bunch TVG, CC

> > 6:30pm The Munsters TVG

> > 7:00pm All in the Family TVPG, CC

> > 7:30pm All in the Family TVPG, CC

> > 8:00pm Sanford & Son TVPG

> > 8:30pm Sanford & Son TVPG

> > 9:00pm The Jeffersons TVPG

> > 9:30pm The Jeffersons TVPG

> > 10:00pm The Mary Tyler Moore Show TVG, CC

> > 10:30pm Rhoda


> > 11:00pm Rhoda

> > 11:30pm Newhart

> > 12:00am I Love Lucy TVG, CC

> > 12:30am Bewitched TVG, CC

> > 1:00am Green Acres TVG

> > 1:30am Patty Duke

> > 2:00am Make Room for Daddy

> > 2:30am The Monkees

> > 3:00am Mister Ed TVG

> > 3:30am My Three Sons

> > 4:00am The Donna Reed Show

> > 4:30am Alfred Hitchcock Presents

> > 5:00am Dobie Gillis

> > 5:30am Dragnet

>>

> > Sunday

> > 6:00am Get Smart

> > 6:30am F Troop

> > 7:00am Superman TVG

> > 7:30am The Dick Van Dyke Show TVG, CC

> > 8:00am The Mary Tyler Moore Show TVG, CC

> > 8:30am The Odd Couple TVG

> > 9:00am The Bob Newhart Show TVG

> > 9:30am The Partridge Family

> > 10:00am Welcome Back, Kotter TVG


> > 10:30am I Love Lucy TVG, CC

> > 11:00am I Dream of Jeannie TVG, CC

> > 11:30am I Love Lucy TVG, CC

> > 12:00pm Happy Days TVG, CC

> > 12:30pm Laverne & Shirley TVG

> > 1:00pm The Brady Bunch TVG, CC

> > 1:30pm All in the Family TVPG, CC

> > 2:00pm All in the Family TVPG, CC

> > 2:30pm Sanford & Son

> > 3:00pm Sanford & Son

> > 3:30pm The Jeffersons TVPG

> > 4:00pm The Jeffersons TVPG

> > 4:30pm The Mary Tyler Moore Show TVG, CC

> > 5:00pm Rhoda

> > 5:30pm Rhoda

> > 6:00pm Full House TVG, CC

> > 6:30pm Who's the Boss? TVG, CC

> > 7:00pm The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air TVPG, CC

> > 7:30pm The Cosby Show CC

> > 8:00pm Fatherhood TVG, CC

> > 8:30pm Murphy Brown TVPG, CC

> > 9:00pm Gilligan's Island TVG

> > 9:30pm The Brady Bunch TVG, CC

> > 10:00pm The Facts of Life TVG

> > 10:30pm Family Ties TVG, CC


> > 11:00pm Three's Company TVPG, CC

> > 11:30pm Three's Company TVPG, CC

> > 12:00am Cheers TVPG, CC

> > 12:30am Cheers TVPG, CC

> > 1:00am Wings TVG, CC

> > 1:30am Wings TVG, CC

> > 2:00am Three's Company TVPG, CC

> > 2:30am Three's Company TVPG, CC

> > 3:00am Cheers TVPG, CC

> > 3:30am Cheers TVPG, CC

> > 4:00am The Facts of Life TVG

> > 4:30am Family Ties TVG, CC

> > 5:00am Gilligan's Island TVG

> > 5:30am The Brady Bunch TVG, CC

>>

>

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06-25-2005, 11:08 AM #7

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>

> That's probably because The emphasis is on Nick At Nite

> which aired every night generally 8-Midnight ET, Rather than

> danyime Nickelodeon programming. I don't think North could

> have anything to do with not showing Dennis the Menace since

> he didnt own the series.

Nick at Nite DID air Dennis The Menace weeknights at 7:00 P.M. along with Donna Reed and My
Three Sons when Nick at Nite started out in 1985. After 3 years at night,it moved to the
mornings and afternoons where it stayed until 1992.

TV Land has aired Dennis The Menace,in 2001-2002,but they only aired the first season of it. I
don't really think that Jay North has anything to do with Dennis The Menace not being on the air.
It's just a matter of people not caring about older shows like Nick at Nite and TV Land are
doing,thinking that shows like Hunter,Full House,Roseanne,Fresh Prince,and Murphy Brown are
"classic" shows.

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06-25-2005, 11:15 AM #8

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> Nice schedule but they are only giving one of the funniest

> sitcoms ever only one showing?!! Welcome Back Kotter was a

> great show and I wish they would show more of it and/or wish
> that my cable company would get Good Life Network which now

> shows Welcome Back Kotter. Plus another show is missing, Car

> 54 Where Are You was also on Nick at Nite back 15 or so

> years ago. Can someone thread what shows are missing from

> the schedule.

>

Missing are:

The Lucy Show

The Beverly Hillbillies

Phyllis

The Betty White Show(1977-1978 CBS series)

Charles In Charge

Perfect Strangers

Head Of The Class

Different Strokes

Gidget

These are the shows that I can think of now that are missing. There seem to be some more
shows that are absent. Maybe others can fill us in.

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06-25-2005, 11:36 AM #9

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>

> Nick at Nite DID air Dennis The Menace weeknights at 7:00
> P.M. along with Donna Reed and My Three Sons when Nick at

> Nite started out in 1985. After 3 years at night,it moved to

> the mornings and afternoons where it stayed until 1992.

>

> TV Land has aired Dennis The Menace,in 2001-2002,but they

> only aired the first season of it. I don't really think that

> Jay North has anything to do with Dennis The Menace not

> being on the air. It's just a matter of people not caring

> about older shows like Nick at Nite and TV Land are

> doing,thinking that shows like Hunter,Full

> House,Roseanne,Fresh Prince,and Murphy Brown are "classic"

> shows.

>

I thought Dennis The Menace aired on N@N at some point..

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A few other missing shows from this weekend's schedule that quickly come to mind:

Route 66

I Spy

The White Shadow

Hi Honey, I'm Home! (original series)

Rowin and Martin's Laugh-In

Also, does anyone remember when N@N used to show a two-hour black-and-white movie? I
believe this was when they first started up in 1985.

When did the network show "Charles in Charge"?

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>

> When did the network show "Charles in Charge"?

>

Nick at Nite aired Charles in Charge along with Perfect Strangers and Head Of The Class in the
late night hours back in 2002-2003. They only showed the syndicated episodes with the Powells
and not the first season episodes that aired on CBS with the Pembrokes like they had always
done in syndication when they started airing reruns on local stations in the 1990's.
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06-25-2005, 01:55 PM #12

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> A few other missing shows from this weekend's schedule that

> quickly come to mind:

>

> Route 66

>

> I Spy

>

> The White Shadow

>

> Hi Honey, I'm Home! (original series)

>

> Rowin and Martin's Laugh-In

Was (or is still?) seen on TRIO.

And a few more:

Turkey Television

Lancelot Link

Ann Sothern

Fernwood 2-Night/America 2-Night

WKRP in Cincinnati (OK, some of you might be thinking "good thing, though" because the prints
N@N had (that also aired on TNN/Spike TV) were edited due to the episodes' music content)
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>>

> > When did the network show "Charles in Charge"?

>>

> Nick at Nite aired Charles in Charge along with Perfect

> Strangers and Head Of The Class in the late night hours back

> in 2002-2003. They only showed the syndicated episodes with

> the Powells and not the first season episodes that aired on

> CBS with the Pembrokes like they had always done in

> syndication when they started airing reruns on local

> stations in the 1990's.

>

Didn't Nick at Nite show The Smothers Brothers Show (the

1965-66 sitcom)? While not up to the standards of their

later Sunday-night variety show, it is of historical interest,

and you do get the brothers' basic act within the confines

of the silly premise (Tommy is an angel).


As for Ann Sothern, I believe Nick at Nite showed both her

1950s series. Susie (originally Private Secretary) is probably

the better of the two, but it's hard to tell it and The Ann

Sothern Show apart, since she has the same two sidekicks (Don

Porter and Ann Tyrell) on both.

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>>

> Didn't Nick at Nite show The Smothers Brothers Show (the

> 1965-66 sitcom)? While not up to the standards of their

> later Sunday-night variety show, it is of historical

> interest,

> and you do get the brothers' basic act within the confines

> of the silly premise (Tommy is an angel).

>

> Yes,Nick at Nite showed The Smothers Brothers Show in 1988 and on Sunday nights as well.
Speaking of which,I wish that their variety show from the 60's would be on DVD.

>
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Either TVL or N@N aired Hill Street Blues for a while, although IIRC they didn't even get through
the whole series once.

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> Either TVL or N@N aired Hill Street Blues for a while,

> although IIRC they didn't even get through the whole series

> once.

It was TV Land that carried Hill Street Blues.

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> > Either TVL or N@N aired Hill Street Blues for a while,

> > although IIRC they didn't even get through the whole

> series

> > once.

>

> It was TV Land that carried Hill Street Blues.

& St. Elsewhere

>

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06-25-2005, 09:45 PM #18

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> > Certainly looks better than what they usually do on the

> > weekends!


>

> I'll say. Nothing's more annoying than those weekend-long

> one-show marathons. Seems like lazy programming. If it

> happens to be a show you don't like in the first place,

> forget it. Even with shows I do like, I could never just sit

> and watch one episode after another and another. (No...

> actually, I take that back. A few weeks ago on a Friday

> evening, I found myself watching 3 or 4 of the I Love Lucy

> trip to California shows in a row).

>

> I see a couple showings of Alfred Hitchcock, Superman, and

> Dragnet on the list. A little stange only having three

> non-comedies. I thought there'd be more or none at all.

>

> I also noticed the absence of Dennis The Menace, which used

> to be a staple every morning on Nickelodeon. I wonder if Jay

> North had any influence in banning it, knowing how he feels

> about it.

Who gives a hoot about how Jay North feels about it?

Where is Lassie, Burkes Law, Have Gun, Will Travel, Mavrick, Bat Masterson, The

Rifelman, My favorite Martian, Giget, Our Miss Brooks and a lot more. TV Land really needs to
wake up!!

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06-25-2005, 09:48 PM #19

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Re: TV LAND SCHEDULE THIS WEEKEND

> A few other missing shows from this weekend's schedule that

> quickly come to mind:

>

> Route 66

>

> I Spy

>

> The White Shadow

>

> Hi Honey, I'm Home! (original series)

>

> Rowin and Martin's Laugh-In

>

>

> Also, does anyone remember when N@N used to show a two-hour

> black-and-white movie? I believe this was when they first

> started up in 1985.

>

> When did the network show "Charles in Charge"?

>

Hey???? Where is "Soap"

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> As part of Nick at Nite's Anniversary, TV LAND will have a

> special line-up this weekend. Schedule is from Yahoo!. Most

> of the shows are from the 50s, 60s, and 70s. And a few are

> from the 80s.

> Saturday

> 6:00am The Donna Reed Show

> 6:30am My Three Sons

> 7:00am Mister Ed TVG

> 7:30am The Monkees

> 8:00am Make Room for Daddy

> 8:30am Patty Duke

> 9:00am Green Acres TVG

> 9:30am Alfred Hitchcock Presents

> 10:00am Dobie Gillis

> 10:30am Dragnet

> 11:00am Get Smart

> 11:30am F Troop

> 12:00pm Superman TVG

> 12:30pm The Dick Van Dyke Show TVG, CC

> 1:00pm The Mary Tyler Moore Show TVG, CC

> 1:30pm The Odd Couple TVG

> 2:00pm The Bob Newhart Show TVG


> 2:30pm The Partridge Family

> 3:00pm Welcome Back, Kotter TVG

> 3:30pm I Dream of Jeannie TVG, CC

> 4:00pm Bewitched TVG, CC

> 4:30pm I Love Lucy TVG, CC

> 5:00pm I Love Lucy TVG, CC

> 5:30pm Laverne & Shirley TVG

> 6:00pm The Brady Bunch TVG, CC

> 6:30pm The Munsters TVG

> 7:00pm All in the Family TVPG, CC

> 7:30pm All in the Family TVPG, CC

> 8:00pm Sanford & Son TVPG

> 8:30pm Sanford & Son TVPG

> 9:00pm The Jeffersons TVPG

> 9:30pm The Jeffersons TVPG

> 10:00pm The Mary Tyler Moore Show TVG, CC

> 10:30pm Rhoda

> 11:00pm Rhoda

> 11:30pm Newhart

> 12:00am I Love Lucy TVG, CC

> 12:30am Bewitched TVG, CC

> 1:00am Green Acres TVG

> 1:30am Patty Duke

> 2:00am Make Room for Daddy

> 2:30am The Monkees


> 3:00am Mister Ed TVG

> 3:30am My Three Sons

> 4:00am The Donna Reed Show

> 4:30am Alfred Hitchcock Presents

> 5:00am Dobie Gillis

> 5:30am Dragnet

>

> Sunday

> 6:00am Get Smart

> 6:30am F Troop

> 7:00am Superman TVG

> 7:30am The Dick Van Dyke Show TVG, CC

> 8:00am The Mary Tyler Moore Show TVG, CC

> 8:30am The Odd Couple TVG

> 9:00am The Bob Newhart Show TVG

> 9:30am The Partridge Family

> 10:00am Welcome Back, Kotter TVG

> 10:30am I Love Lucy TVG, CC

> 11:00am I Dream of Jeannie TVG, CC

> 11:30am I Love Lucy TVG, CC

> 12:00pm Happy Days TVG, CC

> 12:30pm Laverne & Shirley TVG

> 1:00pm The Brady Bunch TVG, CC

> 1:30pm All in the Family TVPG, CC

> 2:00pm All in the Family TVPG, CC


> 2:30pm Sanford & Son

> 3:00pm Sanford & Son

> 3:30pm The Jeffersons TVPG

> 4:00pm The Jeffersons TVPG

> 4:30pm The Mary Tyler Moore Show TVG, CC

> 5:00pm Rhoda

> 5:30pm Rhoda

> 6:00pm Full House TVG, CC

> 6:30pm Who's the Boss? TVG, CC

> 7:00pm The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air TVPG, CC

> 7:30pm The Cosby Show CC

> 8:00pm Fatherhood TVG, CC

> 8:30pm Murphy Brown TVPG, CC

> 9:00pm Gilligan's Island TVG

> 9:30pm The Brady Bunch TVG, CC

> 10:00pm The Facts of Life TVG

> 10:30pm Family Ties TVG, CC

> 11:00pm Three's Company TVPG, CC

> 11:30pm Three's Company TVPG, CC

> 12:00am Cheers TVPG, CC

> 12:30am Cheers TVPG, CC

> 1:00am Wings TVG, CC

> 1:30am Wings TVG, CC

> 2:00am Three's Company TVPG, CC

> 2:30am Three's Company TVPG, CC


> 3:00am Cheers TVPG, CC

> 3:30am Cheers TVPG, CC

> 4:00am The Facts of Life TVG

> 4:30am Family Ties TVG, CC

> 5:00am Gilligan's Island TVG

> 5:30am The Brady Bunch TVG, CC

>

Where is Hogan's Hereos?

> >Should be something there for everyone. I

> wish TV Land would occasionally revive an

> old primetime network schedule; they did this

> once with the 1971-73 ABC Friday-night schedule

> (Brady Bunch, Partridge Family, Room 222, Odd

> Couple, Love American Style). Some Saturday

> night they ought to show episodes of CBS's

> schedule from the '70s; they have All In The

> Family, The Jeffersons, Mary Tyler Moore, Bob

> Newhart, and Carol Burnett (they could do two

> half-hours there).

In Chicago, WWME-CA "Me-TV" Channel 23 showed the Saturday CBS lineup 6 nights a week
from 7-9:30 CT. They just changed their lineup for the summer by adding a lot of different shows
like "Love American Style" "Petticoat Junction" "Facts Of Life" "Family Ties" "Brady Bunch"
"Bewitched" "I Dream Of Jeannie" "Archie Bunker's Place"

>

>
>

>

>

>

> As part of Nick at Nite's Anniversary, TV LAND will have a

> > special line-up this weekend. Schedule is from Yahoo!.

> Most

> > of the shows are from the 50s, 60s, and 70s. And a few are

>

> > from the 80s.

> > Saturday

> > 6:00am The Donna Reed Show

> > 6:30am My Three Sons

> > 7:00am Mister Ed TVG

> > 7:30am The Monkees

> > 8:00am Make Room for Daddy

> > 8:30am Patty Duke

> > 9:00am Green Acres TVG

> > 9:30am Alfred Hitchcock Presents

> > 10:00am Dobie Gillis

> > 10:30am Dragnet

> > 11:00am Get Smart

> > 11:30am F Troop

> > 12:00pm Superman TVG

> > 12:30pm The Dick Van Dyke Show TVG, CC


> > 1:00pm The Mary Tyler Moore Show TVG, CC

> > 1:30pm The Odd Couple TVG

> > 2:00pm The Bob Newhart Show TVG

> > 2:30pm The Partridge Family

> > 3:00pm Welcome Back, Kotter TVG

> > 3:30pm I Dream of Jeannie TVG, CC

> > 4:00pm Bewitched TVG, CC

> > 4:30pm I Love Lucy TVG, CC

> > 5:00pm I Love Lucy TVG, CC

> > 5:30pm Laverne & Shirley TVG

> > 6:00pm The Brady Bunch TVG, CC

> > 6:30pm The Munsters TVG

> > 7:00pm All in the Family TVPG, CC

> > 7:30pm All in the Family TVPG, CC

> > 8:00pm Sanford & Son TVPG

> > 8:30pm Sanford & Son TVPG

> > 9:00pm The Jeffersons TVPG

> > 9:30pm The Jeffersons TVPG

> > 10:00pm The Mary Tyler Moore Show TVG, CC

> > 10:30pm Rhoda

> > 11:00pm Rhoda

> > 11:30pm Newhart

> > 12:00am I Love Lucy TVG, CC

> > 12:30am Bewitched TVG, CC

> > 1:00am Green Acres TVG


> > 1:30am Patty Duke

> > 2:00am Make Room for Daddy

> > 2:30am The Monkees

> > 3:00am Mister Ed TVG

> > 3:30am My Three Sons

> > 4:00am The Donna Reed Show

> > 4:30am Alfred Hitchcock Presents

> > 5:00am Dobie Gillis

> > 5:30am Dragnet

>>

> > Sunday

> > 6:00am Get Smart

> > 6:30am F Troop

> > 7:00am Superman TVG

> > 7:30am The Dick Van Dyke Show TVG, CC

> > 8:00am The Mary Tyler Moore Show TVG, CC

> > 8:30am The Odd Couple TVG

> > 9:00am The Bob Newhart Show TVG

> > 9:30am The Partridge Family

> > 10:00am Welcome Back, Kotter TVG

> > 10:30am I Love Lucy TVG, CC

> > 11:00am I Dream of Jeannie TVG, CC

> > 11:30am I Love Lucy TVG, CC

> > 12:00pm Happy Days TVG, CC

> > 12:30pm Laverne & Shirley TVG


> > 1:00pm The Brady Bunch TVG, CC

> > 1:30pm All in the Family TVPG, CC

> > 2:00pm All in the Family TVPG, CC

> > 2:30pm Sanford & Son

> > 3:00pm Sanford & Son

> > 3:30pm The Jeffersons TVPG

> > 4:00pm The Jeffersons TVPG

> > 4:30pm The Mary Tyler Moore Show TVG, CC

> > 5:00pm Rhoda

> > 5:30pm Rhoda

> > 6:00pm Full House TVG, CC

> > 6:30pm Who's the Boss? TVG, CC

> > 7:00pm The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air TVPG, CC

> > 7:30pm The Cosby Show CC

> > 8:00pm Fatherhood TVG, CC

> > 8:30pm Murphy Brown TVPG, CC

> > 9:00pm Gilligan's Island TVG

> > 9:30pm The Brady Bunch TVG, CC

> > 10:00pm The Facts of Life TVG

> > 10:30pm Family Ties TVG, CC

> > 11:00pm Three's Company TVPG, CC

> > 11:30pm Three's Company TVPG, CC

> > 12:00am Cheers TVPG, CC

> > 12:30am Cheers TVPG, CC

> > 1:00am Wings TVG, CC


> > 1:30am Wings TVG, CC

> > 2:00am Three's Company TVPG, CC

> > 2:30am Three's Company TVPG, CC

> > 3:00am Cheers TVPG, CC

> > 3:30am Cheers TVPG, CC

> > 4:00am The Facts of Life TVG

> > 4:30am Family Ties TVG, CC

> > 5:00am Gilligan's Island TVG

> > 5:30am The Brady Bunch TVG, CC

>>

>

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> > Certainly looks better than what they usually do on the

> > weekends!

>

> I'll say. Nothing's more annoying than those weekend-long

> one-show marathons. Seems like lazy programming. If it


> happens to be a show you don't like in the first place,

> forget it. Even with shows I do like, I could never just sit

> and watch one episode after another and another. (No...

> actually, I take that back. A few weeks ago on a Friday

> evening, I found myself watching 3 or 4 of the I Love Lucy

> trip to California shows in a row).

>

One of the great things is that they've been showing some of

the best episodes of each show; for example, "Chuckles Bites

the Dust" from The Mary Tyler Moore Show" and "If It Looks

Like A Walnut..." from The Dick Van Dyke Show.

Two I'd like to have seen: "Coast-to-Coast Big Mouth" from

Dick Van Dyke (Laura blabs on nationwide TV that Alan Brady

is really bald) and that Bob Newhart Thanksgiving episode

(can't remember the exact title) where he, Howard, Jerry, and

Mr. Carlin get drunk watching a football game; unable to cook

a turkey they call a Chinese restaurant and order "Moo Goo GOO

GOO Gai Pan." Then Emily, who's been spending the day with her

parents, arrives home, just about the time a huge truckload of

moo goo gai pan shows up.

Most of the sitcoms are so good I can understand why that genre

seems to be dying. So many of today's sitcoms just are not funny


(not to me, at least).

>

Retro: Corpus Christi TX,October 1st 1974

Source: Corpus Christi Caller-Times

KIII-Channel 3(ABC)

AM

7:00 Buenos Dias(News In Spanish)

7:30 Ben Casey

8:30 Movie--No Title Given

10:30 The Brady Bunch

11:00 Password

11:30 Split Second

PM

Noon All My Children

12:30 Let's Make A Deal

1:00 Newlywed Game

1:30 Girl In My Life

2:00 General Hospital

2:30 One Life To Live

3:00 $10,000 Pyramid

3:30 Combat

4:30 The Flintstones

5:00 The Lucy Show


5:30 ABC News

6:00 News

6:30 Dragnet(1967-1970 episodes)

7:00 Happy Days

7:30 ABC Movie Of The Week--The Stranger Within

9:00 Marcus Welby M.D.

10:00 News

10:30 Wide World Of Entertainment--Hard Day At Blue Nose

KRIS--Channel 6(NBC)

AM

6:30 Scope

7:00 Today

9:00 Name That Tune

9:30 Winning Streak

10:00 High Rollers

10:30 Hollywood Squares

11:00 Jackpot

11:30 Celebrity Sweepstakes

PM

Noon News

12:30 Jeopardy

1:00 Days Of Our Lives

1:30 The Doctors

2:00 Another World


2:30 How To Survive A Marriage

3:00 Somerset

3:30 Leave It To Beaver

4:00 Bewitched

4:30 The Fugitive

5:30 NBC News

6:00 News

6:30 Hollywood Squares(syndicated)

7:00 Adam-12

7:30 NBC World Premiere Movie--The Disappearance of Flight 412

9:00 Police Story

10:00 News

10:30 Tonight Show

12:30 AM News(repeat of 10:00 News)

KZTV--Channel 10(CBS)

AM

6:30 Amiguitos

7:00 CBS Morning News

8:00 Captain Kangaroo

9:00 Joker's Wild

9:30 Gambit

10:00 Now You See It

10:30 Love Of Life

11:00 Young And The Restless


11:30 Search For Tomorrow

PM

Noon News

12:30 As The World Turns

1:00 Guiding Light

1:30 Edge Of Night

2:00 Price Is Right

2:30 Match Game '74

3:00 Tattletales

3:30 Courtship Of Eddie's Father

4:00 Name Of The Game

5:30 CBS News

6:00 News

6:30 Beverly Hillbillies

7:00 Good Times

7:30 M*A*S*H

8:00 Hawaii 5-0

9:00 Barnaby Jones

10:00 News

10:30 CBS Late Movie--Savage

12:30 AM (repeat of 10:00 News)

KEDT--Channel 16(PBS)

AM

7:00 Mister Rogers Neighborhood


7:30 Sesame Street

8:30 Educational Programming(until 3:00 P.M.)

PM

3:00 Sesame Street

4:00 Mister Rogers Neighborhood

4:30 Villa Alegre

5:00 Electric Company

5:30 School Talk

6:00 Carrascolendas

6:30 Grant Teaff Show

7:00 America: Home From Home--Part 1

7:30 Evening At Symphony

8:30 Woman: Female Sexuality--Part 1

9:00 Accion Chicano: El Chicano In Concert

9:30 Burglar Proofing

10:00 Kentucky G.E.D. Class

10:30 Firing Line

11:30 Insight

Midnight: News

I don't know when KORO-Channel 28(SIN) came into existence so there are no listings for that
station.

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KORO came on the air sometime during 1977, if my memory serves me.

Retro: Nashville independents, Tues., Dec. 18, 1984

Tuesday, Dec. 18, 1984

(Source: Shelbyville, Tenn. Times-Gazette)

WZTV 17

AM

7 Great Space Coaster

7:30 Tom & Jerry

8 Woody Woodpecker

8:30 Super Heroes

9 Odd Couple

9:30 All In The Family

10 Braun & Co.

11 INN News

11:30 Facts of Life

PM

12 Hot Potato

12:30 20 Minute Workout


1 Andy Griffith

1:30 Three Stooges

2 Super Heroes

2:30 Flintstones

3 Woody Woodpecker

3:30 Tom & Jerry

4 Scooby Doo

4:30 He-Man & Master

5 Bewitched

5:30 Alice

6 Diffrent Strokes

6:30 Jeffersons

7 Movie: Home For the Holidays

8:30 Focus

9 Africa (no idea what this is)

10 Benny Hill

10:30 Tonight (from NBC)

11:30 Movie (not listed

WCAY 30

* The listings only included 6 p.m.-midnight

6 Star Trek

7 Barney Miller

8 Movie: Violent Protection

10 Too Close For Comfort


10:30 Taxi

11 Mannix

WFYZ 39

AM

7 Inspector Gadget

8 My Favorite Martian

8:30 New Zoo Revue

9 Family Affair

9:30 Petticoat Junction

10 Jim Bakker

11 Health Field

11:30 Gomer Pyle

PM

12 Movie (not listed)

2 Dick Van Dyke

2:30 I Love Lucy

3 Speed Racer

3:30 Popeye

4 Inspector Gadget

4:30 Super Friends

5 Hawaii 5-O

6 In Search Of

6:30 20 Minute Workout

7 Hawaii 5-O
8 Movie: Bad and Beautiful

10 INN News

10:30 Saturday Night Live

11 Movie: Gaby

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> Tuesday, Dec. 18, 1984

> (Source: Shelbyville, Tenn. Times-Gazette)

>

> WZTV 17

> 9 Africa (no idea what this is)

Probably a World Vision special.

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WZTV 17

12 Hot Potato

(BUZZ)

Hot Potato was cancelled on NBC on June 29th, 1984, so Super Password is now in the 12 noon
time slot in December of 84

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> WZTV 17

> 12 Hot Potato

> (BUZZ)

> Hot Potato was cancelled on NBC on June 29th, 1984, so Super

> Password is now in the 12 noon time slot in December of 84

>
And on delay at that. Super Password would have been on NBC

at 11 AM (Central). NBC's soap block started at 11:30:

11:30 Search For Tomorrow

12 N Days Of Our Lives

1 PM Another World

2 PM Santa Barbara

WSMV did not follow this schedule, but that's not my point.

This is the network schedule.<P ID="edit"><FONT class="small">Edited by bpatrick on 06/25/05


10:08 PM.</FONT></P>

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> 10:30 Tonight (from NBC)

WSMV didn't carry the Tonight Show?? And NBC allowed them to pass it over to an indy?? What
did WSMV broadcast in its place?

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> > 10:30 Tonight (from NBC)

>

> WSMV didn't carry the Tonight Show?? And NBC allowed them

> to pass it over to an indy?? What did WSMV broadcast in its

> place?

>

As the other thread implied:

10:30 Threes Company

11 Barney Miller

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> > > 10:30 Tonight (from NBC)

>>

> > WSMV didn't carry the Tonight Show?? And NBC allowed them

>

> > to pass it over to an indy?? What did WSMV broadcast in

> its

> > place?

>>

> As the other thread implied:

>

> 10:30 Threes Company

> 11 Barney Miller

>

Thanks. I happened across the Nashville Network thread later in the day, after posting this. I still
can't quite believe that NBC allowed them to do that...I can only guess WSMV wanted the ad
time solely to themselves.

Retro: Corpus Christi TX,July 9th 1974

Source: Corpus Christi Caller-Times

KIII-Channel 3(ABC)
AM

7:00 Buenos Dias

7:30 Ben Casey

8:30 Movie--In The French Style

10:30 The Brady Bunch

11:00 Password

11:30 Split Second

PM

Noon The Lucy Show

12:30 Let's Make A Deal

1:00 Newlywed Game

1:30 Girl In My Life

2:00 General Hospital

2:30 One Life To Live

3:00 $10,000 Pyramid

3:30 Combat

4:30 The Flintstones

5:00 Gilligan's Island

5:30 ABC News

6:00 News

6:30 Combat

7:30 ABC Movie Of The Week--The Elevator

9:00 Marcus Welby M.D.

10:00 News

10:30 Wide World Of Entertainment--And The Bones Came Together


KRIS--Channel 6(NBC)

AM

6:30 Scope

7:00 Today

9:00 Dinah's Place

9:30 Winning Streak

10:00 High Rollers

10:30 Hollywood Squares

11:00 Jackpot

11:30 Celebrity Sweepstakes

PM

Noon News

12:30 Jeopardy

1:00 Days Of Our Lives

1:30 The Doctors

2:00 Another World

2:30 How To Survive A Marriage

3:00 Somerset

3:30 Dennis The Menace

4:00 The Rifleman

4:30 The Untouchables

5:30 NBC News

6:00 News

6:30 Hollywood Squares(syndicated)


7:00 Adam-12

7:30 NBC Mystery Movie(doesn't say what show)

9:00 Police Story

10:00 News

10:30 Tonight Show

Midnight: News(repeat of 10:00 News)

KZTV--Channel 10(CBS)

AM

6:30 Amiguitos

7:00 CBS Morning News

8:00 Captain Kangaroo

9:00 Joker's Wild

9:30 Gambit

10:00 Now You See It

10:30 Love Of Life

11:00 Young And The Restless

11:30 Search For Tomorrow

PM

Noon News

12:30 As The World Turns

1:00 Guiding Light

1:30 Edge Of Night

2:00 Price Is Right

2:30 Match Game '74


3:00 Tattletales

3:30 I Dream Of Jeannie

4:00 Deputy Dawg And Friends

4:30 Daktari

5:30 CBS News

6:00 News

6:30 Have Gun Will Travel

7:00 Maude

7:30 Hawaii 5-0

8:30 Shaft(CBS Mystery Movie,not the 1971 movie)

10:00 News

10:30 CBS Late Movie--Adam's Woman

KEDT--Channel 16(PBS)

AM

7:30 Sesame Street

8:30 Mister Rogers Neighborhood

9:00 Electric Company

9:30 What's New?

10:00 Carrascolendas

10:30 Festival Of Music

11:00 Lilias, Yoga And You

11:30 Fashion Focus

PM

Noon Behind The Lines


1:00 Masterpiece Theater: The Edwardians

2:30 What's New?

3:00 Sesame Street

4:00 Mister Rogers Neighborhood

4:30 Electric Company

5:00 Sesame Street

6:00 Zoom

6:30 Tele-Forum

7:00 Man Builds, Man Destroys

7:30 The Naturalists

8:00 What's The Big Idea?

9:00 You Owe It To Yourself

9:30 By-Line

10:00 Insight

10:30 Youth In Trouble

11:30 Consultation

Midnight Midnight Smacks: Desperados Of The West--Six Gun Hijacker(now I know what
Midnight Smacks is all about. These are movie serials from the 30's and 40's)

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> KEDT--Channel 16(PBS)

> AM

> 9:30 What's New?

That show still on the mid-1970s? I thought it went away with the arrival of PBS and other shows
like Zoom and The Electric Company.

> Midnight Midnight Smacks: Desperados Of The West--Six Gun

> Hijacker

I take it that KEDT gets its programming from (or is a satellite of) San Antonio's KLRN, as they
also had "Midnight Smacks".

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>

> I take it that KEDT gets its programming from (or is a

> satellite of) San Antonio's KLRN, as they also had "Midnight
> Smacks".

>

KEDT and KLRN are separate PBS stations entirely.Many of the shows that KEDT has now are
either shown at earlier times or later times.Quite possibly,Midnight Smacks may have appeared
on other PBS stations as well.

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At that time, KEDT probably did get most of it's programming from KLRN. Channel 16 was still
pretty new at the time. It began operations in Oct.'72, I believe. In the same vein, KZTV (CBS)
programming was beamed to Laredo's KVTV. I seem to remember many of the station IDs
mentioning both stations. Also, during that era, KIII beamed it's signal to Victoria's KXIX Channel
19 (now Fox KVCT).

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> At that time, KEDT probably did get most of it's programming

> from KLRN. Channel 16 was still pretty new at the time. It

> began operations in Oct.'72, I believe. In the same vein,

> KZTV (CBS) programming was beamed to Laredo's KVTV. I seem

> to remember many of the station IDs mentioning both

> stations. Also, during that era, KIII beamed it's signal to

> Victoria's KXIX Channel 19 (now Fox KVCT).

>

That was true in 1977 on all three counts. I believe Austin's

Channel 18 (PBS) also got feeds from KLRN.

KORO was on the air by the summer of 1977 at the latest, because

that's when I moved to San Antonio and got the South Texas edition

of TV Guide. In fact, I had seen a South Texas edition back around

May of that year, and KORO was listed then.

Retro: North Carolina Saturday, November 7, 1959

From the Greensboro Daily News:

WFMY Ch. 2 (CBS/ABC) Greensboro

9 AM Captain Kangaroo

10 AM Heckle And Jeckle

10:30 Mighty Mouse

11 AM I Love Lucy
11:30 Terrytoons

12 N Sky King

12:30 Life Of Riley

1 PM CBS News--Harry Reasoner

(the first half-hour network newscast,

I believe)

1:30 Sheena, Queen Of The Jungle

2 PM Popeye

2:30 Science Fiction Theater

3 PM Follow That Man

3:30 Jim Bowie

4 PM People's Choice

4:30 Wrestling From Chicago

5:30 Walt Disney Presents

6:30 Roy Rogers

7 PM Sea Hunt

7:30 Jack Benny (special pre-empting

Perry Mason)

8:30 Wanted--Dead Or Alive

9 PM Mr. Lucky

9:30 Have Gun--Will Travel

10 PM Gunsmoke

10:30 Mackenzie's Raiders

11 PM Follow That Man


11:30 Movie: "Somewhere In The Night"

WBTV Ch. 3 (CBS/ABC) Charlotte

7:45 Through The Porthole

8 AM Captain Kangaroo

9 AM Rascals Club

10 AM Heckle And Jeckle

10:30 Mighty Mouse

11 AM I Love Lucy

11:30 Roy Rogers

12 N Sky King

12:30 Pastors Face Your Questions

1 PM All Star Golf

2 PM Movie (no title given)

4 PM To Tell The Truth

4:30 Dennis O'Keefe

5 PM Markham

5:30 Wrestling

6:30 Hotel De Paree

7 PM Four Just Men

7:30 Jack Benny

8:30 Wanted--Dead Or Alive

9 PM Mr. Lucky

9:30 Have Gun--Will Travel


10 PM Gunsmoke

10:30 Mike Hammer

11 PM Telenews

11:15 Double Feature Movie

WUNC Ch. 4 (NET) Chapel Hill

6:30 Beethoven

7:30 Briefing

8 PM Civilization

8:30 Heritage

9 PM Latin America

(I know nothing about any of these.)

WRAL Ch. 5 (NBC/ABC) Raleigh

9 AM Big Picture

9:30 Command Performance

10 AM Howdy Doody (COLOR)

10:30 Ruff And Reddy (COLOR)

11 AM Fun Time

11:30 Circus Boy

12 N Pro Football (probably a

highlights show)

1 PM College Football: Boston


College at Pittsburgh (COLOR)

4:30 Scoreboard (time approximate)

(Don't ask me to explain the discrepancy

between WRAL and the other NBC affiliates

on this.)

4:45 Cartoons

5 PM Susie

5:30 Wrestling

6:30 Ozzie And Harriet

7 PM Fibber McGee And Molly

7:30 Bonanza (COLOR)

8:30 Man And The Challenge

9 PM The Deputy

9:30 Bourbon Street Beat

10:30 Death Valley Days

11 PM Nightmare (creature-feature

movies)

WECT Ch. 6 (NBC/CBS/ABC) Wilmington, NC

10 AM Howdy Doody

10:30 Ruff And Reddy

11 AM Fury
11:30 Circus Boy

12 N Top Ten Dance Party

1 PM College Football

4 PM Scoreboard (time approximate)

4:15 Industry On Parade

4:30 Big Payoff (I think they mean

Big Picture)

5 PM All Star Golf

6 PM Jubilee USA (was Ozark Jubilee)

6:30 News

6:40 Scoreboard

6:55 Weather

7 PM Lone Ranger

7:30 Gale Storm

8 PM I've Got A Secret

8:30 Robert Taylor's Detectives

9 PM Bachelor Father

9:30 U.S. Marshal

10 PM Adventures In Paradise

11 PM Wrestling

WITN Ch. 7 (NBC/ABC) Washington, NC

10 AM Howdy Doody

10:30 Ruff And Reddy


11 AM Sheena, Queen Of The Jungle

11:30 Circus Boy

12 N True Story

12:30 Detective's Diary

1 PM College Football

4 PM Teen Canteen (time approximate)

5 PM Sherlock Holmes

5:30 Captain David Grief

6 PM Bar 7 (local country music show)

7 PM U.S. Border Patrol

7:30 Bonanza

8:30 Man And The Challenge

9 PM The Deputy

9:30 Five Fingers

10:30 It Could Be You

11 PM News, Weather

11:15 Shock Theater

WNCT Ch. 9 (CBS/ABC) Greenville, NC

8 AM Captain Kangaroo

9 AM Looney Tunes

9:30 Little Rascals

10 AM Heckle And Jeckle

10:30 Pals (don't know any more)


11 AM Popeye

11:15 Learn To Draw

11:30 Count Of Monte Cristo

12 N Sky King

12:30 Ranch Party (Tex Ritter country-

music show)

1 PM CBS News

1:30 Dansorama

2:30 Championship Bowling

3:30 Big Picture

4 PM Walt Disney Presents

5 PM All Star Golf

6 PM Command Performance

6:30 Homer Briarhopper

7 PM Dennis O'Keefe

7:30 Jack Benny

8:30 Wanted--Dead Or Alive

9 PM Mr. Lucky

9:30 Have Gun--Will Travel

10 PM Gunsmoke

10:30 Markham

11 PM News

11:15 Movie

WSOC Ch. 9 (NBC/ABC) Charlotte


8 AM Sportsman

8:30 Sports

9 AM Roy Rogers

10 AM Accent

10:30 Ruff And Reddy

11 AM Fury

11:30 Circus Boy

12 N Kilgo's Kanteen

1 PM College Football

4 PM Football (no clue)

5:15 Scoreboard

5:30 Boots And Saddles

6 PM The Alaskans

7 PM Rifleman

7:30 Bonanza

8:30 Man And The Challenge

9 PM Bourbon Street Beat

10 PM Adventures In Paradise

11 PM Double Feature Movie

WTVD Ch. 11 (CBS/ABC) Durham

7:45 Through The Porthole

8 AM Captain Kangaroo
9 AM Roy Rogers

10 AM Heckle And Jeckle

10:30 Mighty Mouse

11 AM I Love Lucy

11:30 Paul Winchell

12 N Sky King

12:30 Learn To Draw

12:45 Cartoons

1 PM Championship Bridge

1:30 Broken Arrow

2 PM Casey Jones

2:30 Jungle Jim

3 PM Championship Bowling

4 PM Dick Clark Beechnut Show

4:30 Dennis O'Keefe

5 PM All Star Golf

6 PM Top Ten Dance Party

7 PM Robert Taylor's Detectives

7:30 Jack Benny

8:30 Wanted--Dead Or Alive

9 PM Mr. Lucky

9:30 Have Gun--Will Travel

10 PM Gunsmoke

10:30 Highway Patrol

11 PM Jim Thornton's Country Style


12 M Charlie Chan

WSJS Ch. 12 (NBC/ABC) Winston-Salem

9:30 Cartoon Theater

10 AM Howdy Doody

10:30 Ruff And Reddy

11 AM Fury

11:30 Circus Boy

12 N True Story

12:30 Detective's Diary

1 PM College Football

4 PM Learn To Draw (time approximate)

4:15 Inside Football

4:30 Big Picture

5 PM All Star Golf

6 PM Lawman

6:30 Lawrence Welk

7:30 Bonanza

8:30 Man And The Challenge

9 PM The Deputy

9:30 Five Fingers

10:30 It Could Be You

11 PM Bourbon Street Beat

12 M Movie
1:30 News Final

WLOS Ch. 13 (ABC) Asheville

9 AM Western

10 AM Popeye

12 N Lunch With Soupy Sales

12:30 Sheena, Queen Of The Jungle

1 PM Jim Bowie

1:30 Theater (a movie of some sort)

3 PM Bandstand (I have a feeling this

is local and not American Bandstand)

4 PM Texas Rasslin'

5 PM All Star Golf

6 PM Science Fiction Theater

6:30 Bold Venture

7 PM Colt .45

7:30 Dick Clark Beechnut Show

8 PM Markham (interesting--a CBS show

which, IIRC, WSPA/7 carried at 10:30)

8:30 Leave It To Beaver

9 PM Lawrence Welk

10 PM Jubilee USA

10:30 Official Detective

11 PM Shock Theater
Retro: San Antonio TX Listings April 27th 1976

Source: San Antonio Express-News

KMOL--Channel 4(NBC)

AM

6:40 Take Four

6:45 Adelante

7:00 Today Show

9:00 Celebrity Sweepstakes

9:30 High Rollers

10:00 Wheel Of Fortune

10:30 Hollywood Squares

11:00 Magnificent Marble Machine

11:30 TV-4 Big News

PM

Noon Somerset

12:30 Days Of Our Lives

1:30 The Doctors

2:00 Another World

3:00 Andy Griffith Show

3:30 Gilligan's Island

4:00 Gunsmoke

5:00 The Lucy Show

5:30 NBC News


6:00 TV-4 Big News

7:00 Rich Little Show

8:00 Police Woman

9:00 Dean Martin Celebrity Roast(Dennis Weaver was the roastee)

10:00 TV-4 Big News

10:30 Primary Report: Pennsylvania

11:00 The Tonight Show(could it have been a delay due to the primaries in Pennsylvania??)

AM

12:30 Tomorrow

KENS-Channel 5(CBS)

AM

7:00 CBS Morning News

8:00 Captain Kangaroo

9:00 Price Is Right

10:00 I Love Lucy

10:30 Love Of Life

10:55 CBS News

11:00 Young And The Restless

11:30 Search For Tomorrow

PM

Noon Eyewitness News

12:30 As The World Turns

1:30 Guiding Light

2:00 All In The Family


2:30 Match Game '76

3:00 Tattletales

3:30 Star Trek

4:30 Hogan's Heroes

5:00 Eyewitness News

5:30 CBS News

6:00 Eyewitness News

6:30 Name That Tune

7:00 Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Show

7:30 Ronald Reagan For President

8:00 M*A*S*H

8:30 One Day At A Time

9:00 Switch

10:00 Eyewitness News

10:30 Primary Report

10:45 CBS Late Movie--The Delta Factor

KSAT--Channel 12(ABC)

AM

6:45 Classroom

7:00 Good Morning America

9:00 Mike Douglas Show

10:30 Happy Days

11:00 Let's Make A Deal

11:30 All My Children


PM

Noon Ryan's Hope

12:30 Rhyme And Reason

1:00 $20,000 Pyramid

1:30 Break The Bank

2:00 General Hospital

2:30 One Life To Live

3:00 Edge Of Night

3:30 Merv Griffin Show

5:00 Adam-12

5:30 ABC News

6:00 Newswatch

6:30 Concentration

7:00 Happy Days

7:30 Laverne And Shirley

8:00 S.W.A.T(2 hour episode)

10:00 Newswatch

10:30 Pennsylvania Primary

11:00 Tuesday Mystery Movie--The Satan Murders

AM

12:30 Ironside

KLRN--Channel 9(PBS)

AM

7:00 Mister Rogers Neighborhood


7:30 Sesame Street

8:30 Educational Programming(until 4:00)

PM

4:00 Sesame Street

5:00 Mister Rogers Neighborhood

5:30 Electric Company

6:00 Carrascolendas

6:30 This Week

7:00 Lawn And Garden

7:30 Consumer Survival Kit

8:00 Opera Theatre--La Traviata

10:00 Politithon

11:00 Soundstage(The Bee Gees for an hour)

KWEX--Channel 41(Ind.)

Programming started at 2:30 P.M.

PM

2:30 Universidad Nacional

3:00 En San Antonio

4:00 Jugando Con Juan Pirulero

5:00 La Tierra

5:30 Reporter 41

6:00 El Mundo De Juguete

6:30 To Be Announced
7:00 El Milagro De Vivir

8:00 Muy Agradecido

8:30 El Show De Rosita

9:30 El Chofer(I noticed that one of its stars was Linda Cristal,best known as Victoria Cannon on
High Chapparal,and wondered if it was her.)

10:30 Meet The Candidates(possibly from Mexico)

Midnight Sign-Off

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Re: Retro: San Antonio TX Listings April 27th 1976

> KWEX--Channel 41(Ind.)

> 10:30 Meet The Candidates(possibly from Mexico)

Considering that 1976 was an election year and there was some political programming on the
other channels that night, I think this was an American or local political program.

Retro: Columbus, Ohio, Friday, Sept. 24, 1971

(Source: Zanesville Times-Recorder)

Listings begin at 7 a.m.


WLWC 4 (NBC)

AM

7 Today

9 Paul Dixon

10:30 Phil Donahue

11:30 Hollywood Squares

PM

12 50-50 Club

1:30 Three On A Match

2 Days Of Our Lives

2:30 The Doctors

3 Another World

3:30 Bright Promise

4 Somerset

4:30 Dragnet

5 It Takes A Thief

6 DeMoss Report (local news)

6:30 NBC News

7 DickVan Dyke

7:30 Dr. Locke

8 The D.A.

8:30 Movie (not listed)

10:30 (illegible on schedule)

11 DeMoss Report
11:30 Tonight

WTVN-TV 6 (ABC)

AM

7:30 Daybreak; Fennamore Fables

8 Romper Room

8:30 Fennamore Fables

9 David Frost

10:30 Communique

11 News

11:30 That Girl

PM

12 Bewitched

12:30 Password

1 All My Children

1:30 Lets Make A Deal

2 Virginia Graham

3 General Hospital

3:30 One Life To Live

4 Flintstones

4:30 I Love Lucy

5 Daniel Boone

6 Truth or Consequences

6:30 News (doesnt list which is CBS and which is local)

7 News
7:30 To Tell The Truth

8 Brady Bunch

8:30 Partridge Family

9 Room 222

9:30 Odd Couple

10 Love, American Style

11 News

11:30 Dick Cavett

WBNS-TV 10 (CBS)

AM

7 CBS Morning News

8 Captain Kangaroo

9 Lucis Toyshop

10 Lucy Show

10:30 Gomer Pyle

11 Family Affair

11:30 Love of Life

PM

12 Eyewitness News

12:30 Search for Tomorrow

1 Green Acres

1:30 As The World Turns

2 Love Is A Many Splendored Thing

2:30 Guiding Light


3 Secret Storm

3:30 Edge of Night

4 Early Show

6 Eyewitness 90

7:30 Movie (not listed)

11 News

11:30 Theater (movie not listed)

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Re: Retro: Columbus, Ohio, Friday, Sept. 24, 1971

Source: Zanesville Times-Recorder)

Listings begin at 7 a.m.

This brings back memories. This is what I remember.

WLWC 4 (NBC)

AM

9 Paul Dixon (This was a live tv show from WLWT Cincinnati. It also was seen on WLWD Dayton)
PM

12 50-50 Club (This also was a live tv show from WLWT Cincinnati hosted by Bob Braun. It also
was seen on WLWD Dayton. This show went off the air in 1984)

6 DeMoss Report (local news)

11 DeMoss Report (This was the local newscast hosted by Hugh DeMoss)

WTVN-TV 6 (ABC)

PM

6:30 News (doesnt list which is CBS and which is local) You mean ABC. This most likely was ABC
News.

7 News (This most likely was the local news)

WBNS-TV 10 (CBS)

AM

9 Lucis Toyshop (This was a local daily children's show hosted by Luci Van Leeuwen)

PM

4 Early Show (This was the title of the daily movie hosted by Flippo the Clown)

6 Eyewitness 90 (This was the six pm edition of Eyewitness News hosted by Chet Long followed
by CBS Evening News with Walter Cronkite at 6:30 and Eyewitness News at 7:00. I believe Tom
Ryan did the 7:00 newscast)
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Re: Retro: Columbus, Ohio, Friday, Sept. 24, 1971

> (Source: Zanesville Times-Recorder)

> Listings begin at 7 a.m.

Would the Zanesville Paper not have listings for WHIZ 18 in Zanesville? While some shows would
have been the same as 4 (because of NBC affiliation)..I'm sure there would have been
enoughdifference to warrant posting the 18 schedule.<P ID="edit"><FONT class="small">Edited
by TimL on 06/30/05 01:43 PM.</FONT></P>

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Re: Retro: Columbus, Ohio, Friday, Sept. 24, 1971

> > (Source: Zanesville Times-Recorder)

> > Listings begin at 7 a.m.

>

>

> Would the Zanesville Paper not have listings for WHIZ 18 in
> Zanesville? While some shows would have been the same as 4

> (because of NBC affiliation)..I'm sure there would have been

> enough difference to warrant posting the 18 schedule.

>

Good point. I was thinking "Columbus" and only had a short time to post something. Here's the
rest of Zanesville's listings for the day:

WHIZ-TV 18 Zanesville, Ohio (NBC)

AM

7 Today

9 Phil Donahue

10 Dinahs Place

10:30 Concentration

11 Sale Of The Century

11:30 Hollywood Squares

PM

12 Report; Farm

12:30 Who, What And Where Game

1 Jeopardy

1:30 Three On A Match

2 Days Of Our Lives

2:30 The Doctors

3 Another World

3:30 Bright Promise

4 Somerset

4:30 Leave It To Beaver


5 Wells Fargo

5:30 Death Valley Days

6 Reports (local news; as listed on schedule)

6:30 NBC News

7 Dick Van Dyke

7:30 NFL Game Of Week

8 The D.A.

8:30 Movie (not listed)

10:30 Dr. Locke

11 Reports

11:30 Tonight Show

WTRF-TV 7 Wheeling, W. Va. (NBC, ABC)

Same as WHIZ except:

PM

12 Noon Report

4:30 The Virginian

6 News

6:30 NBC News

7 News

8:30 Baseball: Pirates vs. New York

10:30 Tightrope

WSTV-TV 9 Steubenville, Ohio (CBS, ABC)

AM
7 CBS Morning News

8 Captain Kangaroo

9 Jack La Lanne

9:30 That Girl

10 Lucy Show

10:30 Beverly Hillbillies

11 Family Affair

11:30 Love Of Life

PM

12 Where The Heart Is

12:30 Search For Tomorrow

1 Tel-All

1:30 As The World Turns

2 Love Is A Many Splendored Thing

2:30 Guiding Light

3 Secret Storm

3:30 Edge Of Night

4 Password

4:30 Merv Griffin

6 Total News

6:30 CBS News

7 Truth or Consequences

7:30 Courtship of Eddies Father

8 Chicago Teddy Bears

8:30 OHara
9:30 Movie

11 Total News

11:30 Dick Cavett

WKBF 61 Cleveland

(this newspaper did not carry any other Cleveland schedules)

AM

10:30 Newsroom

11 Jack La Lanne

11:30 Kimba

PM

12 Banana Splits

12:30 Huckleberry Hound

1 Movie Matinee (not listed)

2:30 Alvin Show

3 Yogi Bear

3:30 Banana Splits

4 Flintstones

4:30 Addams Family

5 Flintstones (again)

5:30 Munsters

6 I Love Lucy

6:30 It Take A Thief

7:30 Get Smart

8 Movie (not listed)


10 Perry Mason

11 Star Trek

12 Movie (not listed)

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Re: Retro: Columbus, Ohio, Friday, Sept. 24, 1971

> Good point. I was thinking "Columbus" and only had a short

> time to post something. Here's the rest of Zanesville's

> listings for the day:

>>

> WKBF 61 Cleveland

> (this newspaper did not carry any other Cleveland schedules)

>

> AM

> 10:30 Newsroom

> 11 Jack La Lanne

> 11:30 Kimba

> PM

> 12 Banana Splits

> 12:30 Huckleberry Hound

> 1 Movie Matinee (not listed)

> 2:30 Alvin Show

> 3 Yogi Bear


> 3:30 Banana Splits

> 4 Flintstones

> 4:30 Addams Family

> 5 Flintstones (again)

> 5:30 Munsters

> 6 I Love Lucy

> 6:30 It Take A Thief

> 7:30 Get Smart

> 8 Movie (not listed)

> 10 Perry Mason

> 11 Star Trek

> 12 Movie (not listed)

>

I used to have relatives down around Zanesville and I recall that WKBF 61 may have been on the
cable system there..Zanesville being well over 100 miles from Cleveland would be hard to get a
picture on a antenna

Friday Night NBA on TBS episode guide (1984-88)

Here is the Friday Night NBA on TBA episode guide from 1984 to 1988 and here it is.

FRIDAY NIGHT BASKETBALL on TBS (REGULAR SEASON ONLY)

1984-85

October 26- Boston @ Detroit- 8:05pm


November 23- Philadelphia @ Phoenix- 9:05pm

December 7-LA Lakers @ Philadelphia- 8:05pm

February 22- Detroit @ Philadelphia- 7:05pm

1985-86

November 1- Indiana @ Detroit- 8:05pm

November 8- Denver @ LA Lakers- 10:30pm

November 15-Chicago @ Milwaukee- 8:05pm

November 22-New York @ Washington- 8:05pm

November 29-New York @ Boston- 8:05pm

December 6- Houston @ LA Lakers- 10:35pm

December 13-Atlanta @ Indiana- 8:05pm

December 20-LA Lakers @ Cleveland- 8:05pm

December 27-Portland @ Dallas- 8:05pm

January 3- Milwaukee @ Washington- 8:05pm

January 10- Atlanta @ Boston- 8:05pm

January 17- Boston @ Indiana- 8:05pm

January 24-Philadelphia @ Cleveland- 8:05pm

January 31-Philadelphia @ LA Lakers- 10:35pm

February 14-Boston @ Portland- 10:05pm

February 21-Houston @ Dallas- 8:05pm

February 28-Philadelphia @ Dallas- 8:05pm

March 7- Atlanta @ Chicago- 8:05pm

March 14-Boston @ Atlanta- 7:35pm

March 28-Houston @ Detroit- 7:35pm


April 4- New York @ Boston- 8:05pm

1986-87

October 31-Washington @ Boston- 8:05pm

November 7- Chicago @ Detroit- 8:05pm

November 14-Boston @ Chicago- 8:05pm

November 21- Houston @ Washington- 8:05pm

November 28- Atlanta @ Utah- 10:05pm

December 5- Denver @ New Jersey- 8:05pm

December 12- LA Lakers @ Boston- 8:05pm

December 19-Houston @ Portland- 10:05pm

December 26-Boston @ Phoenix- 10:05pm

January 9- New York @ Philadelphia- 8:05pm

January 16- Houston @ Detroit- 8:05pm

January 23- New York @ Houston- 8:05pm

January 30- Seattle @ Golden State- 10:05pm

February 13- Boston @ Portland- 10:05pm

February 20-LA Lakers @ Chicago- 8:05pm

February 27-Philadelphia @ Dallas- 8:05pm

March 6- Utah @ Milwaukee- 8:05pm

March 13-Atlanta @ Dallas- 8:05pm

March 20-Denver @ Philadelphia- 7:35pm

March 27-Boston @ Chicago- 8:05pm

April 3- Chicago @ Washington- 8:05pm

April 17- Dallas @ Houston- 8:05pm


1987-88

November 6- Milwaukee @ Boston- 8:05pm

November 13-Seattle @ Dallas- 8:05pm

November 20-Boston @ Philadelphia- 8:05pm

November 27-Chicago @ Dallas- 8:05pm

December 4-LA Lakers @ Milwaukee- 8:05pm

December 11-LA Lakers @ Boston- 8:05pm

December 18-Denver @ San Antonio- 8:05pm

December 25-Atlanta @ Philadelphia- 8:05pm

January 8- LA Lakers @ Detroit- 8:05pm

January 15-Utah @ Seattle- 10:05pm

January 22-New Jersey @ Indiana- 8:05pm

January 29-Boston @ Detroit- 8:05pm

February 12- Atlanta @ Detroit- 8:05pm

February 19-LA Lakers @ Atlanta- 8:05pm

February 26-Atlanta @ Indiana- 8:05pm

March 4- Houston @ Dallas- 8:05pm

During the 80s and 90s, what nights did ESPN, USA and TBS did NBA games during the regular
season?<P ID="edit"><FONT class="small">Edited by highwayman128 on 07/02/05 03:47
AM.</FONT></P>

Retro:Cleveland Thursday Night March 1, 1951

Source:Canton Repository
WNBK 4 NBC

5PM NBC Comics

5:15 Panhandle Pete

5:30 Howdy Doody

6PM Cactus Jim

6:30 Bryon Wade

6:45 Today's News

6:50 Around The House

7PM Kukla/Fran/Ollie

7:30 John Conte

7:45 Camel News Caravan-Swayze

8PM You Bet Your Life

8:30 Peter Lind Hayes

9PM Jack Haley-Nat King Cole is a Guest

10PM Martin Kane Private Eye

10:30 NBC Sportsreel

11PM Broadway Open House

WEWS 5 CBS

5PM Uncle Jake-Played by Gene Carroll

5:30 Dinner Platter-Music

6:30 Dorothy Fuldheim

6:45 You Name It


7PM The Stork Club

7:15 Party Time

7:30 CBS News-Edwards

7:45 Faye Emerson

8PM Stop The Music-ABC

9PM Holiday Hotel-ABC-Kitty Carlisle, "Singing Star" Is Guest

9:30 Big Town-CBS

10PM Truth Or Consequences-CBS

10:30 Roller Derby-ABC

11:15 Film Short

11:30 News

11:35 Midnight Movie(The way it was listed-No Mivie titles)

WXEL 9 DuMont/ABC

5PM Lucky Pup (Apparently CBS but moved to ABC later in 1951 as Foodini The Great according
to a Google Search)

5:15 Chuck Wagon

6PM Small Fry Club-DuMont

6:30 Sports Desk

6:45 Evening News

7PM Captain Video-DuMont

7:30 Eloise..The Stars

7:45 World Of Yesterday

8PM Burns And Allen-CBS

8:30 Show Goes On-CBS


9PM Ellery Queen-DuMont

Note-I found at a Family Dollar Store a 4 DVD- 32 show set put out under the TV Guide
name..Various shows were in the set including some Public Domain Shows that you find
anywhere. But there are some real rarities on this set..Including a DuMont Ellery Queen Episode
from November 1951 with Kaiser-Frazer car commercials included..Picked it up for $5.00 the
other day.

9:30 Blind Date-ABC

10PM Life Begins at 80-ABC

10:30 Theater (Possibly Nash Airflyte-CBS)

11PM Wrestling

12:30 Sign-Off

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Re: Retro:Cleveland Thursday Night March 1, 1951

> WEWS 5 CBS

> 6:30 Dorothy Fuldheim

----------

Wasn't she a news anchor? Seems hard to believe there was a female news anchor in Cleveland
in 1951 if that is the case, considering that across Lake Erie in London there were protests when
the station there got its first female anchor 35 years later.

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Re: Retro:Cleveland Thursday Night March 1, 1951

> > WEWS 5 CBS

>

> > 6:30 Dorothy Fuldheim

> ----------

> Wasn't she a news anchor? Seems hard to believe there was a

> female news anchor in Cleveland in 1951 if that is the case,

> considering that across Lake Erie in London there were

> protests when the station there got its first female anchor

> 35 years later.

>

Apparently early on, Dorothy mixed anchoring with commentary, eventually doing all
commentary. She was with WEWS for about 37 years and retired after having a stroke on the air
in late July 1984. A little more at this link to the Encyclopedia of Cleveland History.

http://ech.cwru.edu/ech-cgi/article.pl?id=FD<P ID="edit"><FONT class="small">Edited by TimL


on 07/02/05 03:49 AM.</FONT></P>

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> Apparently early on, Dorothy mixed anchoring with

> commentary, eventually doing all commentary. She was with

> WEWS for about 37 years and retired after having a stroke

> on the air in late July 1984. A little more at this link to

> the Encyclopedia of Cleveland History.

------------

On the air...ouch. That must've traumatized a few viewers.

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Re: Dorothy Fuldheim

Another link with more career detail:

http://www.newsscan.com/cgi-bin/find...scriber&id=590

Very detailed analysis of Ms. Fuldheim and her accomplishments and reporting/commentary
style..with much more detail on her career by Russell J. Cook of Bethany College.
http://www.bethanycollege.edu/rcook/.../fuldheim.html

(caution: very long and detailed)

In this article it said The day she had the stroke She was interviewing President Reagan..
(footnote used in the article below)

58 Dorothy Fuldheim's final broadcast was a taped interview by satellite connection of President
Ronald Reagan on July 27, 1984, which she completed while shaking off a stroke. Seifullah and
Strassmeyer, "Dorothy Fuldheim" Cleveland Plain Dealer, November 4, 1989, sec. A, p. 2.

Retro: San Antonio TX TV Listings--September 13th,1975

Source:San Antonio Express-News

KMOL--Channel 4(NBC)

AM

7:00 Emergency Plus Four

7:30 Sigmund And The Sea Monsters

8:00 Secret Lives Of Waldo Kitty

8:30 Pink Panther Show

9:00 Land Of The Lost

9:30 Run Joe Run

10:00 Return To The Planet Of The Apes

10:30 Westwind

11:00 Josie And The Pussycats

11:30 GO-USA
PM

Noon TV-4 Jobs

12:30 Andy Griffith Show

1:00 Major League Baseball Game Of The Week(Milwaukee Brewers vs. Boston Red Soxs)

4:00 Outdoors With Ken

4:30 The Rifleman

5:00 Big Blue Marble

5:30 NBC Saturday News

6:00 TV-4 Big News

6:30 The Commanders(documentary about Georgi Zhukov)

7:30 WFL Football(San Antonio Wings vs. Birmingham Vulcans)--How long did the WFL Football
league stay in existence?? ( 5th season premiere of Emergency and NBC Saturday Night Movie
wasn't seen in San Antonio)

10:30 TV-4 Big News

11:00 Action Double Feature(Counterfeit Traitor and Guns Of Darkness)

KENS--Channel 5(CBS)

AM

7:00 Pebbles And Bamm-Bamm

7:30 Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Hour

8:30 Scooby Doo,Where Are You?

9:00 Shazam/Isis Hour

10:00 Far Out Space Nuts

10:30 Ghost Busters

11:00 Valley Of The Dinosaurs

11:30 Fat Albert And The Cosby Kids


PM

Noon CBS Children's Film Festival

1:00 Diez Y Seis Parade(local)

2:00 Saturday Matinee(Hit The Ice with Abbott And Costello)

3:30 To Be Announced

4:30 That Good Old Nashville Music

5:00 World Of Survival

5:30 CBS News

6:00 Hee Haw

7:00 The Jeffersons

7:30 Doc

8:00 Mary Tyler Moore Show

8:30 Bob Newhart Show

9:00 Carol Burnett Show

10:00 Eyewitness News

10:30 Star Trek

11:30 The Big Show(The Promise)

KSAT--Channel 12(ABC)

AM

6:30 H.R. Pufnstuf

7:00 Hong Kong Phooey

7:30 Tom And Jerry/Grape Ape Show

8:30 The Lost Saucer

9:00 New Adventures Of Gilligan


9:30 Under Croc's Block

10:30 The Odd Ball Couple

11:00 Speed Buggy

11:30 American Bandstand

PM

12:30 Community Report

1:00 Opinion

1:30 Saturday Afternoon Movie(Buccaneer)

4:00 Wide World Of Sports

5:30 ABC News

6:00 Lawrence Welk Show

7:00 Muhammed Ali Variety Special

8:00 S.W.A.T.(2nd season premiere)

10:00 Space 1999

11:00 Saturday Night Movie(From Earth To The Moon)

KLRN--Channel 9(PBS)

AM

7:00 Villa Alegre

7:30 Mister Rogers Neighborhood

8:00 Sesame Street

9:00 Electric Company

9:30 Carrascolendas

10:00 Sesame Street

11:00 Mister Rogers Neighborhood


11:30 Villa Alegre

PM

Noon Sesame Street

1:00 Electric Company

1:30 Carrascolendas

2:00 The Bug 'N' You

2:30 Southern Artisan

3:00 Cinema Showcase

3:30 A Word On Words

4:00 Dance To The Music

4:30 By-Line

5:00 The Garden Show

5:30 Course Of Our Times

6:00 Firing Line

7:00 Latino Consortium

7:30 The Arbors

8:00 A Pin To See The Peep Show(wonder what that was??)

9:00 Jean Shepherd's America

9:30 Report From Mexico City

10:00 Philadelphia Folk Festival

11:00 Special Of The Week(Ambassador College Concert)

KWEX--Channel 41(Ind.)

PM

3:00 Preparacion Escolar


3:30 Roller Games

4:30 Reporter 41

5:00 Sal Y Pimienta

7:00 Lucha Libre

8:00 Premiere Del Sabado(La Carista)

10:00 Box De Mexico

11:30 Reporter 41

Midnight Sign-Off

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Hard to believe mid-September and ABC didnt have an NCAA Football game on.

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Re: Retro: San Antonio TX TV Listings--September 13th,1975

> 7:30 WFL Football(San Antonio Wings vs. Birmingham

> Vulcans)--How long did the WFL Football league stay in

> existence??

I think '75 was their last season.

As another poster stated, it's odd not to see any college football-not even an SWC game-on a
mid-September Saturday.

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> As another poster stated, it's odd not to see any college

> football-not even an SWC game-on a mid-September Saturday.

Possibly because the college football games aired in the late afternoon and at night. I have the
sports section of the Express-News the same page where the TV listings are and there is a radio
section and sure enough these games occured.
1:30 P.M. Oklahoma vs. Oregon

3:45 P.M. Texas A & M vs. Mississippi

5:55 P.M. SMU vs. Florida

7:15 P.M. Texas vs. Colorado State

7:15 P.M. Texas Tech vs. Florida State

7:15 P.M. Rice vs. Houston

7:15 P.M. Texas Lutheran vs. Southwest Texas

And an NFL game as well(surprised that KMOL didn't show this instead)

7:30 P.M. Dallas Cowboys vs. Pittsburgh Steelers

Probably back then,most of these games were played at night,and then as the football season
started going in earnest,the games were seen in the afternoons.

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Re: Retro: San Antonio TX TV Listings--September 13th,1975

In checking the online copy of the Toronto Star from that date, the NFL game mentioned was a
preseason game. The last of 6 weeks of exhibition.

They have both Toronto and Buffalo listings listed and ABC(WKBW 7) carried the Ali-Baugner
fight from Malaysia and football highlights listed for Wide World of Sports at 4:30 ET. It appears
that ABC did not carry a game on the opening Satuday of the season.

Boston, MA - Independence Day 1980

FRIDAY, JULY 4, 1980 BOSTON, MA AREA (June 28-July 4, 1980 TV Guide)

5:00am (4) Sharon King [Rebroadcast]

5:45am (7) Greater Bostonians

5:50am (7) Farm and Market Report

5:55am (7) At Noon (Ted OBrien) [Rebroadcast]

(9) American Trail

6:00am (3) For Our Times

(4) TV-4 Seminar: Morning Stretch

(5) News

(8) Dialogue

(9) PTL Club

(25) Ross Bagley

(38) Ed Allen

6:15am (6) Community Calendar

6:20am (7) Ask the Teacher


6:25am (5) News for the Deaf

6:30am (3) Stacy on Film

(4) (5) News

(6) Portugese Around Us

(8) My Three Sons

(10) Jim Mendes

(12) Partridge Family

(38) Romper Room

6:50am (5) News for the Deaf

(7) Las Noticias de Hoy

7:00am (3) (7) Friday Morning

(4) (10) Today (Tom Brokaw)

(5) (8) (9) (12) Good Morning America (David Hartman)

(6) Adam-12

(25) Quick Draw McGraw

(38) Three Stooges

(56) Tom and Jerry

(68) PTL Club

7:30am (6) Wait Till Your Father Gets Home

(25) Underdog
(56) Flintstones

8:00am (3) (6) (7) Captain Kangaroo

(25) Josie and the Pussycats

(38) Star Blazers

(56) Battle of the Planets

8:30am (25) Fun World

(27) Abbot and Costello

(38) Bugs Bunny/Porky Pig

(56) Woody Woodpecker

8:45am (2) AM Weather

9:00am (2) (36) Sesame Street

(3) (7) Dinah! & Friends

(4) Mike Douglas

(5) Good Day!

(6) One Day at a Time

(8) (10) Phil Donahue

(9) PTL Club

(12) Newlywed Game

(25) Lassie

(27) Abbott and Costello

(38) Tom Larson


(56) New Zoo Revue

9:30am (6) Match Game

(12) Direct Question

(25) Leave It to Beaver

(27) Celebration

(56) Bozos Big Top

9:50am (38) News

10:00am (2) (36) Mister Rogers

(3) (6) (7) Jeffersons

(4) (10) David Letterman

(8) Mike Douglas

(9) Phil Donahue

(12) John Davidson

(25) 700 Club

(38) Ironside

(56) Meet the Manager

10:30am (2) (36) Electric Company

(3) (6) (7) Alice

(56) New England Today

11:00am (2) (36) Studio See


(3) Maude

(6) Bristol July 4th Parade (Conangla, Hickey)

(7) Price Is Right

(8) (9) (12) Love Boat

(38) Marcus Welby, MD

(56) Family Affair

11:30am (2) Sesame Street

(3) Mary Tyler Moore

(4) (10) Wheel of Fortune

(5) Family Feud

(25) News

(36) Zoom

(56) That Girl

11:45am (25) Cartoons

12:00pm (3) (4) (5) (8) (10) (12) News

(7) At Noon (Ted OBrien)

(9) Family Feud

(25) Gomer Pyle, USMC

(27) Visit to Old Ironsides 80

(36) Sesame Street

(38) Chico and the Man

(56) Lucy Show


12:30pm (2) Over Easy (Hugh Downs)

(3) (7) Search for Tomorrow

(4) Sharon King

(5) (8) (9) (12) Ryans Hope

(10) Mary Tyler Moore

(25) McHales Navy

(27) Movie: Thriller (1961)

(38) Andy Griffith

(56) Password Plus

1:00pm (2) Dick Cavett

(3) (7) Young and the Restless

(5) (8) (9) (12) All My Children

(10) Days of Our Lives

(25) Life of Riley

(36) Nova

(38) Movie: The Young Americans (1967)

(56) Partridge Family

1:30pm (2) Tom Cottle

(4) Days of Our Lives

(25) Room 222

(56) Banana Splits


2:00pm (2) Look at Me (Phil Donahue)

(3) (7) As the World Turns

(5) (8) (9) (12) One Life to Live

(6) Movie: Stars and Stripes Forever (1952)

(10) Doctors

(25) Bullwinkle

(36) MacNeil, Lehrer Report

(56) Yogi Bear

2:30pm (2) Sesame Street

(4) (10) Wimbledon Tennis

(25) Rocket Robinhood

(27) Chico and the Man

(36) Old Houseworks

(56) Casper

3:00pm (3) (7) Guiding Light

(5) (8) (9) (12) General Hospital

(25) Spiderman

(27) Medic

(36) Over Easy (Hugh Downs)

(38) Beverly Hillbillies

(56) Mighty Mouse

3:30pm (2) (36) Villa Alegre


(25) Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea

(27) Lone Ranger

(38) I Dream of Jeannie

(56) Woody Woodpecker

(68) Peter Gunn

4:00pm (2) (36) (53) Sesame Street

(3) John Davidson

(5) Love Boat

(6) Movie: Yellow Submarine (1968)

(7) Jokers Wild

(8) (12) Merv Griffin

(9) Edge of the Night

(38) Bewitched

(56) Flintstones

(68) Movie: Vortex (1975)

4:30pm (7) Kung Fu

(9) Bonanza

(25) Movie: A Medal for Benny (1945)

(27) Porky Pig and Friends

(38) Bewitched

(56) Little Rascals

5:00pm (2) (36) (53) Mister Rogers


(4) Match Game

(5) Face the Music

(10) Star Trek

(27) Bugs Bunny and Friends

(38) Emergency!

(44) Rebop

(56) Monkees

5:30pm (2) (36) Electric Company

(3) All in the Family

(4) News

(5) All in the Family

(7) Welcome Back Kotter

(8) Carol Burnett and Friends

(9) Candid Camera

(12) M*A*S*H

(27) Abbott and Costello

(44) Villa Alegre

(53) Barnum Festival Parade

(56) Brady Bunch

6:00pm (2) (36) Zoom

(3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (12) News

(25) Get Smart

(27) Gong Show


(38) Hogans Heroes

(44) French Chef

(56) Good Times

(68) Soundoff

6:30pm (2) Mister Rogers

(6) CBS News (Walter Cronkite)

(9) (12) ABC News (Reynolds)

(10) NBC News (John Chancellor)

(25) Jackie Gleason

(27) Candid Camera

(36) (44) Over Easy (Hugh Downs)

(38) Bob Newhart

(56) Mary Tyler Moore

7:00pm (2) Doctor Who

(3) (7) CBS News (Cronkite)

(4) NBC News (John Chancellor)

(5) (8) ABC News (Reynolds)

(6) News

(9) Room 222

(10) PM Magazine

(12) Cross-Wits

(25) Jim Rockford, Private Investigator

(27) Kung Fu
(36) 13th State

(38) M*A*S*H

(44) (53) Dick Cavett

(56) Sanford and Sun

7:30pm (2) Wild, Wild World of Animals

(3) (6) (38) Baseball: Red Sox at Baltimore Orioles

(4) Evening Magazine

(5) Millers Court

(7) (10) Tic Tac Dough

(8) Family Feud

(9) Ghost and Mrs. Muir

(12) Face the Music

(36) (44) (53) MacNeil, Lehrer Report

(56) Sullivans

8:00pm (2) (36) Washington Week in Review

(4) (10) Movie: The Music Man (1962)

(5) (8) (9) (12) Movie: The Alamo (1960)

(7) Incredible Hulk

(25) Bonanza

(27) Movie: The Big Show (1960)

(44) Masterpiece Theatre

(53) Peoples Caucus

(56) Seekers
8:30pm (2) (36) Wall Street Week (Louis Rukeyser)

9:00pm (2) (36) Happy Birthday, America

--- Philly Pops Orchestra at Philadelphias Independence Mall

(7) Dukes of Hazard

(25) 700 Club

(44) Say Brother

(53) Washington Week in Review

9:30pm (53) Wall Street Week (Louis Rukeyser)

10:00pm (2) (27) News

(3) (6) (7) Dallas

(36) (44) A City Celebrates

-- Baltimore Symphony at Baltimores Inner Harbor (tape 7/2)

(53) Connecticut Prime Time

(56) Best of Donny & Marie

10:15pm (38) INN News

10:30pm (2) MacNeil, Lehrer Report

(25) The Lesson

(27) Joe Hyder

(53) Non Fiction Television


10:45pm (38) News

11:00pm (2) (36) NAACP Convention Highlights

(3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (12) News

(25) Rat Patrol

(27) America 2Night

(38) Maude

(44) CEst Moi, Toulouse Lautrec

(56) Prisoner: Cell Block H

11:30pm (2) Hot Nights

(4) (10) Wimbledon Tennis Update

(5) (8) (9) (12) Fridays

(6) (7) Avengers

(25) Movie: Wincester 73 (1967)

(27) Movie: How to Marry a Millionaire (1953)

(36) Poldark

(38) Dave Allen at Large

(56) Best of Groucho

11:45pm (4) (10) Tonight

12:00am (3) Avengers

(38) Movie: X the Unkown (1956)


12:40am (5) Five All Night/Live All Night (Matt Siegel)

(6) (7) Return of the Saint

(8) Star Trek

(9) News

(12) Movie: The Power (1968)

1:10am (3) Return of the Saint

1:15am (4) (10) Midnight Special

1:30am (27) News

(38) Movie: The Long Ships (1964)

1:40am (8) News

1:50am (6) (7) News

2:20am (6) Community Calendar

(7) Greater Bostonians

2:45am (4) News

2:50am (4) Movie: The Come On (1956)

(5) News
3:00am (5) Tarzan

3:30am (38) Movie: Rawhide (1951)

4:00am (5) Millers Court [Rebroadcast]

4:30am (4) Prime Time

(5) Good Day! [Rebroadcast]

BOSTON

(2) WGBH-TV (PBS)

(4) WBZ-TV (NBC)

(5) WCVB-TV (ABC)

(7) WNAC-TV (CBS)

(25) WXNE-TV (Ind)

(38) WSBK-TV (Ind)

(44) WGBX-TV (PBS)

(56) WLVI-TV (Ind)

(68) WQTV (Ind)

NEW BEDFORD

(6) WTEV (CBS)

WORCESTER
(27) WSMW-TV (Ind)

PROVIDENCE, RI

(10) WJAR-TV (NBC)

(12) WPRI-TV (ABC)

(36) WSBE-TV (PBS)

HARTFORD, CT

(3) WFSB-TV (CBS)

NEW HAVEN

(8) WTNH-TV (ABC)

NORWICH

(53) WEDN (PBS)

MANCHESTER, NH

(9) WMUR-TV (ABC)

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Hey!

Can you do any more Boston TV Schedules on Independence Day over the years!

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> FRIDAY, JULY 4, 1980 BOSTON, MA AREA (June 28-July 4, 1980

> TV Guide)

>

> 7:00pm

> (9) Room 222

>

> 7:30pm

> (9) Ghost and Mrs. Muir


> MANCHESTER, NH

> (9) WMUR-TV (ABC)

>

Was Manchester in its own market at the time? If it was part of Boston then, I thought network
affils couldn't show off-network reruns during Prime-Time Access (the 7PM hour)?

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Re: Boston, MA - Independence Day 1980

Even shows that were no longer on air?

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> Even shows that were no longer on air?

>

I thought the rule only affected the biggest markets like the top 50 and maybe Manchester was
not big enough

RETRO: Buffalo and Toronto 11/26-27/1971 Pt. 2

Part 2

CBLT 6 Toronto CBC (Currently on ch. 5)

11/26 Primetime

6:00 Reach For The Top

6:30 Weekday (Local news?)

7:30 The New Dick Van Dyke Show

8:00 Rowan and Martin's Laugh-In (CBC)

9:00 Tommy Hunter Show (CBC)

10:00 World TV Showcase

11:00 News

11:22 Viewpoint

11:30 Night Metro (without knowing for sure my guess is the 11 o'clock news is national and this
local.)

11:50 MOVIE: House of Menace (Abne McMahon)

1:18 MOVIE: The Big City (Robert Preston)


3:15 Newscap

11/27 Afternoon

12:30 What on Earth?

1:00 Children's Cinema

2:00 Grey Cup Festival (CBC)

3:00 Grey Cup Parade (CBC)

4:30 Sports Week (CBC)

5:00 Bugs Bunny-RoadRunner Show (CBC)

There is a Channel 3 (CKVR/Barrie) that carries CBC programs on a network, but does not mimic
the CBLT/6 schedule. The programs marked with (CBC) after were carried on both stations.

The Star does not distinguish what programs are in color or Black and White. CBC was not a full
color network until 1974.

CFTO 9 Toronto CTV

11/26 Primetime

6:00 Dick Van Dyke

6:30 World Beat News

7:00 The Selfish Giant (CTV)

7:30 The Partners (CTV)

8:00 MOVIE: Berlin Affair (Darren McGavin) (CTV)


10:30 The FBI (CTV)

11:30 News

12:30 DOUBLE FEATURE: The Crack in the Mirror (Orson Wells), Running Wild (William Campbell)

11/27 Afternoon

12:00 Our Great Outdoors

12:30 MOVIE: The Malta Story (Alec Guinness)

2:30 Replay of the 1970 Grey Cup

4:30 CTV'S Wide World of Sports (No description) (CTV)

Programs marked with (CTV) after were also carried by a Channel 13, which at this time I cannot
be sure of it's origination.

CHCH 11 Hamilton, Ont. Independent

11/26 Primetime

6:00 News, Weather, Sports

6:30 Party Game

7:00 Pierre Berton Show

7:30 The Missing Link

8:30 Adam-12

9:00 Under Attack

10:00 The David Frost Show

11:00 News
11:30 Pierre Berton Show

12:00 MOVIE: Illegible Title

11/27 Afternoon

12:00 A Nice Mix

12:30 The Outdoor Sportsman

1:00 Wrestling

2:00 Candian College Spors (no description)

4:00 Mystery Theatre

4:30 The Saint

5:30 The Smith Family

WNED 17 Buffalo PBS

11/26 Primetime

6:00 Hodgepodge Lodge

6:30 Gap's Generation

7:00 Mr. Whatnot

7:30 The Eletric Company

8:00 Civilisation

9:00 Masterpiece Theatre


10:00 Martin Agronsky

10:30 Wall Street Week

11/27 Afternoon

12:00 The Eletric Company

12:30 Hodgepodge Lodge

1:00 Wall Street Week

1:30 Thirty Minutes With...

2:00 Special of the Week

3:30 The French Chef (Julia Child)

4:00 Chicago Sounds

5:00 Book Beat

5:30 I'll Sing You a Song

WUTV 29 Buffalo IND

11/26 Primetime

6:00 Ozzie and Harriet

6:30 Patty Duke

7:00 The Munsters

7:30 Leave It To Beaver

8:00 MOVIE: Last of the Mohicans (Randolph Scott)


10:00 The Avengers

11:00 One Step Beyond

11:30 DOUBLE FEATURE: An Inspector Calls (Alastair Sim), Bikini Beach (Star says color) (Frankie
Avalon)

11/27 Afternoon

1:00 Farm and Forest

1:30 Cartoons

2:30 Spiderman

3:00 Comedy Classics

4:00 Kaleidoscope

4:30 Billards

5:30 Daniel Boone

Today Ch. 11 is ON-TV and Ch. 29 is a Fox station

11/26/1971 was the date of my birth.

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> Programs marked with (CTV) after were also carried by a

> Channel 13, which at this time I cannot be sure of it's


> origination.

I'm guessing it's CKCO in Kitchener/Waterloo.

> Today Ch. 11 is ON-TV and Ch. 29 is a Fox station

CHCH hasn't been known as ONtv since 2001. They currently identify as "CH".<P
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> > Programs marked with (CTV) after were also carried by a

> > Channel 13, which at this time I cannot be sure of it's

> > origination.

>

> I'm guessing it's CKCO in Kitchener/Waterloo.


>

> > Today Ch. 11 is ON-TV and Ch. 29 is a Fox station

>

> CHCH hasn't been known as ONtv since 2001. They currently

> identify as "CH".

>

Thanks for the corrections.

Which station is Global?

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> Which station is Global?

>

CIII ch 6/41 (CKGN 6/22 in 70s)

Retro: Greensboro/Winston-Salem/High Point Saturday, September 15, 1973

From the Greensboro Daily News. Schedules


run 7 AM-sign off.

WFMY Ch. 2 (CBS)

7:30 Help! It's The Hair Bear

Bunch!

8 AM Flintstones Comedy Show

8:30 Bailey's Comets

9 AM New Scooby-Doo Movies

10 AM My Favorite Martians (animated)

10:30 Jeannie (animated)

11 AM Speed Buggy

11:30 Josie And The Pussycats

12 N Everything's Archie

12:30 Fat Albert And The Cosby Kids

1 PM CBS Children's Film Festival

2 PM Mainpoint '73 (local public-

affairs program)

2:30 Roller Derby

3:30 Car And Track

4 PM Horse Racing: match race between

Secretariat and stablemate Riva

Ridge

5 PM World Of Survival

5:30 Newsmaker
6 PM News

6:30 CBS News

7 PM Hee Haw

8 PM All In The Family

8:30 M*A*S*H

9 PM Mary Tyler Moore

9:30 Bob Newhart

10 PM Carol Burnett

11 PM News

11:30 Movie: "A Man Could Get Killed"

WUNC Ch. 4/WUNL Ch. 26 (PBS)

off air on Saturday

WGHP Ch. 8 (ABC)

7:30 Captain Noah And His Ark

8 AM Bugs Bunny

8:30 Yogi's Gang

9 AM Super Friends

10 AM Lassie's Rescue Rangers

10:30 Goober And The Ghost Chasers

11 AM Brady Kids

11:30 Mission Magic


12 N ABC Saturday Superstar Movie

1 PM Soul Train

2 PM Wide World Of Sports

3:30 NCAA Football: Penn State at

Stanford

6:30 Reasoner Report (time approximate)

7 PM Lawrence Welk

8 PM Partridge Family

8:30 ABC Movie: "Irma La Douce"

11:15 ABC News

11:30 News

11:45 Mid-Atlantic Championship Wrestling

12:45 Shock Theater: "Battle In Outer Space"

2:15 News

WXII Ch. 12 (NBC)

7 AM William Tell

7:30 McHale's Navy

8 AM Lidsville

8:30 Inch High Private Eye

9 AM Addams Family (animated)

9:30 Emergency +4

10 AM Butch Cassidy (animated)

10:30 Star Trek (animated)


11 AM Sigmund And The Sea Monsters

11:30 Pink Panther

12 N Jetsons

12:30 Go!

1 PM Other People, Other Places

1:30 The Explorers

2 PM Baseball (teams not listed)

5 PM Conversation (time approximate)

5:15 Parsons To Persons

5:30 Untamed World

6 PM News

6:30 Diana (Diana Rigg's failed sitcom,

delayed from Monday 8:30)

7 PM America Goes Public (Democratic

National Committee fundraiser

that goes until 2 AM)

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> 4 PM Horse Racing: match race between

> Secretariat and stablemate Riva

> Ridge

I remember this race. Didn't Riva Ridge break a foreleg in the race and was subsequently put
down?

Matt Smith, Station Manager

WGSR-TV "Star-39"

Reidsville, NC

Matt Smith, Station Manager<br />WGSR-TV &quot;Star-47&quot; Reidsville, NC<br />WMDV-


TV &quot;Star44&quot; Danville, VA

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> From the Greensboro Daily News. Schedules

> run 7 AM-sign off.

>

>

>
> WGHP Ch. 8 (ABC)

>

> 12 N ABC Saturday Superstar Movie

> 1 PM Soul Train

>

No American Bandstand?? Unless it wasn't on that week.

>

>

> WXII Ch. 12 (NBC)

>

> 7 PM America Goes Public (Democratic

> National Committee fundraiser

> that goes until 2 AM)

Was this a local fundraiser?? If so,the 3rd season premiere of Emergency and The NBC Saturday
Night Movie wasn't seen.

>

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Marlboro Cup (was Greensboro 9/15/73)

You are thinking of Ruffian, who had to be put down a couple years later after a match race.

Actually this was the first Marlboro Cup. A made for TV event that featured Secretariat and Riva
Ridge. According to Secretariat.com, where I looked this up, Match races between two horses
owned by the same owner was banned, so they came up with this event, featuring the two
strong horses and some other champions to race on CBS.

After Ruffian had to be put down, match racing ended in this country, but in this particular race
in '73, the Triple Crown winner won by a good size margin.

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> > From the Greensboro Daily News. Schedules

> > run 7 AM-sign off.

>>

>>

>>

> > WGHP Ch. 8 (ABC)

>>
> > 12 N ABC Saturday Superstar Movie

> > 1 PM Soul Train

>>

> No American Bandstand?? Unless it wasn't on that week.

Channel 8 usually ran Bandstand and

Soul Train back to back; in 1973 that would have meant Bandstand

at 1, Soul Train at 2. Remember, though, that Bandstand was

a network show; Soul Train is syndicated, and the local station

gets more commercial time to sell in a syndicated show. So

Channel 8 went with the show that generated more revenue, since

Wide World Of Sports was on at 2 that Saturday.

>>

>>

> > WXII Ch. 12 (NBC)

>>

> > 7 PM America Goes Public (Democratic

> > National Committee fundraiser

> > that goes until 2 AM)

>

> Was this a local fundraiser?? If so,the 3rd season

> premiere of Emergency and The NBC Saturday Night Movie

> wasn't seen.

>>

> It was on NBC. Other nearby stations carrying it were


WSOC/9 Charlotte (now ABC), WSLS/10 Roanoke, VA, and

WRDU/28 Durham (now WRDC and UPN).

Buffalo and Toronto 11/26/71-11/27/1971 pt.1

Here is the first of two parts of Friday Night and Saturday afternoon listings from the Toronto
Star

Part one Contains Buffalo's network affiliates

Part two will contain Toronto's CBC/CTV independent and Buffalo's UHF PBS/Indy

WGR-TV 2 NBC BUFFALO

11/26 Primetime

6:00 News

6:30 NBC News(Chancellor)

7:00 I Dream of Jeannie

7:30 Petticoat Junction

8:00 The D.A.

8:30 Chronolog (NBC show?)

10:30 Take a Look

11:00 News

11:30 Tonight Show (guest: Muhammed Ali) Star's spelling

1:00 The Story

11/27 Afternoon
12:00 Mr. Wizard (NBC? or syndicated rerun)

12:30 The Jetsons

1:00 Pet Set

1:30 Sports Challenge

2:00 Grambling Football

3:00 Championship Wrestling

4:00 Roller Derby

5:00 This Week in Pro Football

WBEN-TV 4 CBS BUFFALO

11/26 Primetime

6:00 News

7:00 CBS News(Cronkite)

7:30 Truth or Consequences

8:00 The Chicago Teddy Bears(huh?)

8:30 O'Hara US Treasury

9:30 MOVIE: Death of Innocence (Shelly Winters)

11:00 News

11:30 DOUBLE FEATURE: Murder Inc. (Stuart Whitman) Air Cadet (Stephen Mcnally)

(CBS or local?)

11/27 Afternoon
12:00 The Monkees

12:30 You Are There (CBS or syndicated?)

1:00 Childrens Film

2:00 Beat the Champ (not a clue)

3:30 Opportunity Line

4:00 You and Your Family

4:30 Film

5:00 Brunswick Open (Bowling?)

WKBW-TV 7 ABC BUFFALO

11/26 Primetime

6:00 News

6:30 ABC News (Smith/Reasoner?)

7:00 To Tell The Truth

7:30 Let's Make a Deal

8:00 The Brady Bunch

8:30 The Partridge Family

9:00 Plimpton: The Great Quarterback Sneak

10:00 The Eagle and The Hawk

11:00 News

11:30 DOUBLE FEATURE: Shadow Of The Cat (Andre Morell) Mr. Sardonicus (Oscar Homolka)
11/27 Afternoon

12:00 Challenge

12:30 Buffalo Bills Highlights

1:00 NCAA Football

4:00 NCAA Football (Game not listed, two days after Oklahoma/Nebraska)

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>

> WGR-TV 2 NBC BUFFALO

>

>

> 11/27 Afternoon

>

> 12:00 Mr. Wizard (NBC? or syndicated rerun)

>

This would be NBC


>

> WBEN-TV 4 CBS BUFFALO

>

> 11/26 Primetime

>

> 8:00 The Chicago Teddy Bears(huh?)

>

> Yes, this was a sitcom about a Chicago speakeasy(another name for a gangster bar)in the
1920's.The show would last 3 more weeks(December 17,1971)

>

11:30 DOUBLE FEATURE: Murder,Inc(Stuart Whitman) Air Cadet(Stephen McNally)

> (CBS or local?)

> The first one is CBS,the other one is the local movie.

11/27 Afternoon

> 2:00 Beat the Champ (not a clue)

Might be bowling.

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>>

> 11:30 DOUBLE FEATURE: Murder,Inc(Stuart Whitman) Air

> Cadet(Stephen McNally)

> > (CBS or local?)

> > The first one is CBS,the other one is the local movie.

Actually, they're both local -- CBS still had "Merv Griffin" for another three months before
switching to movies.

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> WGR-TV 2 NBC BUFFALO

>

> 11/26 Primetime

>

> 8:30 Chronolog (NBC show?)


Yes; it was NBC's occasional news magazine show.

> 11/27 Afternoon

>

> 12:00 Mr. Wizard (NBC? or syndicated rerun)

NBC's 1971 revival, which was taped in Ottawa.

> WBEN-TV 4 CBS BUFFALO

>

> 11/27 Afternoon

>

> 12:30 You Are There (CBS or syndicated?)

CBS's 1971 revival, anchored by Walter Cronkite and featuring CBS News reporters in modern
day suits interviewing polotical figures of the past. I used to watch films of the 1971 version (and
the earlier 1950s version) in elementary and middle school.

> 1:00 Childrens Film

...Festival, hosted by Kukla, Fran and Ollie.

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4:00 NCAA Football (Game not listed, two days after

Oklahoma/Nebraska)

The 4:00 pm EST game was Auburn (9-0) vs. Alabama (10-0) at Legion Field in Birmingham.
'Bama won 31-7, two days after Auburn QB Pat Sullivan (now the offensive coordinator at UAB)
was announced as the Heisman Trophy winner.

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> 11/27 Afternoon

> > 2:00 Beat the Champ (not a clue)

>

> Might be bowling.

>

It is INDEED bowling. Beat the Champ was a long time local bowling show on Channel 4, first
hosted by Chuck Healy, then Van Miller following Healy's retirement. The show ended its run in
the late 80s, some 30 plus years after its debut. The weekly contest was simple--two players in a
three game, total pin match. Whoever won came back the next week.

Retro: Nashville, Sunday, July 7, 1957


(Source: Shelbyville, Tenn. Times-Gazette)

WSM-TV 4 (NBC)

AM

11:25 Sen. Estes Kefauver

11:30 American Religious Town Hall

PM

12 This Is The Life

12:30 City Beautiful

1 Get-Set-Go

1:30 Mr. Wizard

2 American Forum

2:30 Zoo Parade

3 Faith

3:30 Outlook

4 Meet The Press

4:30 World This Week

5 Steve Donovan, Western Marshal (syndicated)

5:30 Circus Boy

6 Steve Allen

7 Alcoa Hour

8 The Web

8:30 Masquerade Party (from Wednesday night)

9 Men Of Annapolis (syndicated)

9:30 Theatre
WLAC-TV 5 (CBS)

AM

11 Heckle & Jeckle

11:30 Faith For Today

PM

12 Little Rascals

12:30 Wild Bill Hickok

1 Hollywood Special

2:30 The Visitor

3 Face The Nation

3:30 News

4 The Last Word

4:30 You Are There

5 Lassie

5:30 If You Had A Million

6 Ed Sullivan

7 GE Theater

7:30 Alfred Hitchcock Presents

8 $64,000 Challenge

8:30 Whats My Line

9 Public Defender

9:30 My Favorite Husband

10 Soldiers of Fortune (syndicated)

10:30 Weathervane
10:35 Million Dollar Movie

WSIX-TV 8 (ABC)

PM

1:15 Music

1:30 Christian Science

1:45 Whats The Trouble

2 Oral Roberts

2:30 The Big Picture

3 The Christophers

3:30 Open Hearing

4 Scarlet Pimpernel (syndicated)

4:30 Wally Fowler (local; Fowler was known for hosting all-night gospel singings in Nashville)

5 China Smith

5:30 Theatre

7 Crusade (Billy Graham?)

8 Mike Wallace Interviews

8:30 Premiere Parade

10:15 Impact

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Re: Retro: Nashville, Sunday, July 7, 1957

> WLAC-TV 5 (CBS)

> 5 Lassie

> 5:30 If You Had A Million

> 6 Ed Sullivan

> 7 GE Theater

> 7:30 Alfred Hitchcock Presents

> 8 $64,000 Challenge

> 8:30 Whats My Line

> 9 Public Defender

> 9:30 My Favorite Husband

> 10 Soldiers of Fortune (syndicated)

> 10:30 Weathervane

> 10:35 Million Dollar Movie

>

How are they two hours off pattern? Were they running on Central Standard Time?

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Re: Retro: Nashville, Sunday, July 7, 1957

Vtbub asked:
> How are they two hours off pattern? Were they running on

> Central Standard Time?

Yes.

All three Nashville stations ran network programs when fed by their respective networks. Shows
airing on the network at 8 P.M. EDT aired in Nashville at 6 P.M. local.

Retro: Atlanta Thursday, October 17, 1957

From the Atlanta Constitution. Times are

EST and are one hour behind New York.

Schedules run 7 AM-sign off.

WSB Ch. 2 (NBC)

7 AM Today

9 AM Arlene Francis

9:30 Treasure Hunt

10 AM Highlights Of Queen

Elizabeth's Arrival

11 AM Tic Tac Dough

11:30 It Could Be You

12 N News

12:15 Movie: "Arsene Lupin"

2 PM Matinee Theater (COLOR)


3 PM Queen For A Day

3:45 Modern Romances

4 PM Comedy Time

4:30 Queen Elizabeth

5 PM Big Adventure With

Officer Don

6 PM Football News

6:15 News; Weather

6:30 Tic Tac Dough (COLOR)

7 PM Lone Ranger

7:30 Charlie Chan

8 PM People's Choice

8:30 Hallmark Hall Of Fame:

"Green Pastures"

10 PM You Bet Your Life (delay from

7 PM, but a year hence this

would be its time slot: 10 (ET))

10:30 Newsroom

10:45 Movie: "Jackson Trail"

12:30 Sign Off

WAGA Ch. 5 (CBS)

7 AM Jimmy Dean

7:45 News (don't know if local or CBS)


8 AM Captain Kangaroo

8:30 Romper Room

9 AM Garry Moore

9:30 Arthur Godfrey

10 AM Blue Flame

10:30 Queen Elizabeth

10:45 Strike It Rich

11 AM News

11:15 Love Of Life

11:30 Search For Tomorrow

11:45 Guiding Light

12 N World News

12:15 Hotel Cosmopolitan (delay from

11 AM)

12:30 As The World Turns

1 PM Beat The Clock

1:30 Art Linkletter's House Party

2 PM Big Payoff

2:30 Verdict Is Yours

3 PM Brighter Day

3:15 Secret Storm

3:30 Edge Of Night

4 PM Woman's World

4:30 Queen's Reception

5 PM Roy Rogers
6 PM News

6:15 Douglas Edwards With The News

6:30 Sgt. Preston Of The Yukon

7 PM Harbourmaster

7:30 Climax!

8:30 Playhouse 90

10 PM Men Of Annapolis

10:30 News; Movie: "Time Out For Murder"

1 AM Sign Off

WLW-A Ch. 11 (ABC)

8:15 News

8:30 Cartoon Carnival

9 AM Skipper Ray

10 AM School Days

10:30 A Woman's Day

11 AM Movie: "Three Sons"

12:30 News

12:45 Miss Who?

1:30 Life With Elizabeth (Betty White,

not the Queen)

2 PM Stu Erwin

2:30 My Hero

3 PM American Bandstand
4:30 Do You Trust Your Wife? (became

Who Do You Trust? in 1958)

5 PM Woody Woodpecker

5:30 Mickey Mouse Club

6 PM Annie Oakley

6:30 Death Valley Days

7 PM Zorro

7:30 Real McCoys

8 PM Pat Boone

8:30 O.S.S.

9 PM Navy Log

9:30 Circus Boy (delay from 6:30)

10 PM Mystery Playhouse

10:30 News

10:45 Movie: "Gun Smugglers"

12 M Sign Off

Retro: Washington, DC Thursday, September 28, 1972

From The Washington Post:

WRC Ch. 4 (NBC)

6 AM News

6:13 Faith & Life (odd time, but that's

what it says)
6:28 Stat. Ex. (anyone from DC know

what this is?)

7 AM Today

9 AM Not For Women Only

9:30 Galloping Gourmet

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 Game

12:55 NBC News

1 PM Watch Your Child/The Me Too Show

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 Mike Douglas

6 PM News

6:30 NBC News

7 PM News

7:30 The Place (local)

8 PM Flip Wilson
9 PM Ironside

10 PM Dean Martin

11 PM News

11:30 Tonight Show

1 AM Off Campus (repeat from Sunday 8 AM)

WTTG Ch. 5 (Ind.)

6:30 Education

7 AM Beat The Clock (did someone at Metromedia 5

consider this a kids' show?)

7:30 Porky Pig

8 AM Banana Splits

9 AM Flintstones

9:30 My Favorite Martian

10 AM Mister Ed

10:30 Mothers-In-Law

11 AM Peyton Place

11:30 Hazel

12 N Panorama (News At Noon)

12:30 Panorama

2 PM Movie: "Pineapple Rose"

3:30 New Zoo Revue

4 PM I Dream Of Jeannie

4:30 I Love Lucy


5 PM Petticoat Junction

5:30 Flintstones

6 PM Dick Van Dyke

6:30 I Love Lucy

7 PM I Dream Of Jeannie

7:30 That Girl

8 PM To Tell The Truth

8:30 Merv Griffin

10 PM News

11 PM Perry Mason

12 M Alfred Hitchcock Presents

12:30 Movie: "Hard Case Of The Blues"

WMAL Ch. 7 (ABC)

7 AM World Tomorrow

7:30 University Of Michigan

8 AM Cartoon Time

8:30 Magic Door

9:30 Jeff's Collie

10 AM Death Valley Days

10:30 Password

11 AM Love, American Style

11:30 Bewitched

12 N News
12:30 Split Second

1 PM All My Children

1:30 Let's Make A Deal

2 PM Newlywed Game

2:30 Dating Game

3 PM General Hospital

3:30 One Life To Live

4 PM Movie: "Roman Holiday"

6 PM News

7 PM ABC News

7:30 Truth Or Consequences

8 PM Mod Squad

9 PM Assignment: Vienna

10 PM Owen Marshall, Counselor At Law

11 PM News

11:30 Dick Cavett

1 AM Reflections

WTOP Ch. 9 (CBS)

5:55 English

6:30 Sunrise Semester

7 AM CBS Morning News

8 AM Captain Kangaroo

9 AM Harambee
10 AM Joker's Wild

10:30 Price Is Right

11 AM What's My Line? (pre-empts Gambit)

11:30 Love Of Life

12 N Where The Heart Is

12:25 CBS News

12:30 Search For Tomorrow

1 PM News

1:30 As The World Turns

2 PM Guiding Light

2:30 Edge Of Night

3 PM Love Is A Many Splendored Thing

3:30 Secret Storm

4 PM Gilligan's Island (pre-empts Family Affair)

4:30 Andy Griffith

5 PM Dragnet

5:30 News

7 PM CBS News

7:30 Family Classics: "Little Women"

8 PM The Waltons

9 PM CBS Movie: "Mackenna's Gold"

11:20 News

11:50 CBS Movie: "Heat Of Anger"

1:30 News
WDCA Ch. 20 (Ind.)

7 AM Bugs Bunny Cartoon Club

8:30 Bozo's Circus

9:30 Little Rascals

10 AM Romper Room

10:30 Leave It To Beaver

11 AM Movie: "Male Hunt"

1 PM Movie: "Chad Hanna"

2:30 Bozo's Circus

3 PM Kimba, The White Lion

3:30 Bugs Bunny

4 PM Ultraman

4:30 Speed Racer

5 PM Three Stooges

5:30 Nanny And The Professor

6 PM Beverly Hillbillies

6:30 Get Smart

7 PM Hogan's Heroes

7:30 Courtship Of Eddie's Father

8 PM Movie: "The Pleasure Seekers"

10 PM Thriller

11 PM Get Smart

11:30 Movie: "Sink The Bismarck"


WETA Ch. 26 (PBS)

9 AM Sesame Street

10 AM Why?

10:15 Ripples

10:30 About Art

10:45 English

11 AM Of All Things

11:15 Celebrate/Book (don't know what

this is)

11:30 American Craftsman

12 N Hatha Yoga

12:30 Bridge With Jean Cox

1 PM A Public Affair/Election '72

1:30 Electric Company

2 PM Western Civilization

2:30 Celebrate/Book

2:45 College Profiles

3:15 Turn On To English

4 PM Sesame Street

5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

5:30 Electric Company

6 PM Sesame Street

7 PM Bridge With Jean Cox

7:30 Our Street


8 PM 30 Minutes With...

8:30 Jazz Set

9 PM Hollywood Television Theater

10 PM Martin Agronsky/Evening Edition

10:30 Media Hora

11 PM Hatha Yoga

11:30 Aviation Weather

WNVT Ch. 53 (PBS) Goldvein, VA

8 AM American Heritage

8:30 Turned On

8:45 Why?

9 AM Playground

9:15 Images And Things

9:45 Art

10 AM Playground

10:15 Eureka

10:30 Careers

10:45 Is It Yours?

11 AM Electric Company

11:30 American Heritage

12 N What I Mean

12:15 Fiction

12:30 Dollar Data


1 PM Animals

1:15 About You

1:45 Ripples

2 PM Animals

2:15 Celebrate Book

2:30 News

2:45 Why?

3 PM Clashes II

3:15 Solutions II

3:30 Playground

sign off 3:45 PM

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Re: Retro: Washington, DC Thursday, September 28, 1972

> From The Washington Post:

>

> WRC Ch. 4 (NBC)

>

>

> 6:28 Stat. Ex. (anyone from DC know

> what this is?)


Not from DC, but an educated guess (also based on a Radio-Info Search)..It sounds like Station
Exchange..A series that appeared to be on NBC O&O's..Perhaps News stories shared among the
NBC stations or something along the lines of what used to be called "Education Exchange". Or
like Sunrise/Summer Semester..Two other threads make mention of "Station Exchange"..leach
from July 18, 2004 (Washington/Hagerstown, Md.-May 8, 1973) and my thread on November 12,
2004 (Cleveland Daytime TV October 8-12, 1973)

http://www.radio-info.com/mods/board...ard=tv-classic

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Retro:Dayton/Springfield, Ohio: Monday May 4, 1970

Returning to Dayton, Via a newly acquired TV Guide

The Date just happens to be the day of the Kent State shootings, so I am sure there were pre-
emptions for News Updates throughout the day

BW=Black and White-All color programs were designated with a (C) symbol in TV Guide so I am
assuming most of the shows without the (C) symbol were Black And White

2 WLWD (NBC) Dayton

6:45 Inspiration
6:50 Farming Today

7AM Today

9AM Paul Dixon (It Takes Two-Vin Scully Game Show Not shown at 10)

10:30 Phil Donahue (No Concentration-Or Sale Of The Century at 11)

11:30 Hollywood Squares

Noon Bob Braun's 50-50 Club (Jeopardy, Who What Or Where on WKEF-22)

1:30 Life With Linkletter

2PM Days Of Our Lives

2:30 Doctors

3PM Another World Bay City

3:30 Bright Promise

4PM Another World/Somerset

4:30 Mike Douglas

6PM Misterogers (yes, On the NBC affiliate)

6:30 NBC News Huntley/Brinkley

7PM News

7:30 My World And Welcome To It

8PM Laugh-IN

9PM NBC Monday Night At The Movies Kid Galahad (1962) Elvis Presley

11PM News

11:30 Tonight/Johnny Carson

1AM News

1:05 Michigan-History BW

1:35 Inspiration
WHIO 7 (CBS) Dayton

7:30 Summer Semester

8AM Captain Kangaroo

9AM Gomer Pyle (CBS 4PM)

9:30 Bette Rogge-Variety

10 AM Lucille Ball (Likely The Lucy Show)

10:30 Beverly Hillbillies

11AM Andy Griffith

11:30 Love Of Life

Noon News/Rona Barrett

12:30 Search For Tomorrow

1PM Where The Heart Is

1:30 As The World Turns

2PM Love Is A Many Splendored Thing

2:30 Secret Storm

3PM Truth Or Consequences-Barker (Instead Of Secret Storm)

3:30 Ben Casey BW (Instead Of Edge of Night)

4:30 Flintstones

5PM I Love Lucy BW

5:30 Dick Van Dyke BW

6PM News

6:30 CBS News-Cronkite

7PM News

7:30 Gunsmoke
8:30 Here's Lucy

9PM Mayberry RFD

9:30 Doris Day

10PM Carol Burnett

11PM News (seemed to be an hour because of primary elections the next night-several stations
had their next listing at midnight)

Midnight Perry Mason BW (70 minutes because of extra Commercial Time)

1:10 News

14 WMUB Oxford (NET)

6:30 Sesame Street

7:30 Misterogers BW

8PM World Press

9PM NET Journal

10PM News

16 WKTR(ABC)Kettering

Just about 18 months earlier-December 1968 This station was Independent-Now A full ABC
Affiliate

9AM Movie Little Miss Marker 1934 BW

10:30 Galloping Gourmet

11AM Bewitched
11:30 That Girl

Noon Best Of Everything-Soap

12:30 A World Apart-Soap

1PM All My Children

1:30 Let's Make A Deal

2PM Newlywed Game

2:30 Dating Game Guest:Elena Verdugo (Marcus Welby)

3PM General Hospital

3:30 One Life To Live

4PM Dark Shadows

4:30 Phil Silvers BW

5PM He Said She Said-Garagiola

5:30 Movie Game-Sonny Fox

6PM ABC News Frank Reynolds Howard K Smith

6:30 Major Adams (Wagon Train Reruns) BW

7:30 It Takes A Thief

8:30 ABC Monday Night Movie-High Wind In Jamaica 1965

10:30 Now-News Magazine

11PM Your All Star Theater BW Anthology Reuns

11:30 Dick Cavett

1AM Public Service

22 WKEF Dayton-(NBC/CBS)

While TV Guide says WKEF was affiliated with NBC and CBS I found just a couple of network
shows on the schedule. Might as well have called themselves Independent
10AM Sesame Street (Like Misterogers on WLWD 2)

11AM Romper Room

Noon Jeopardy NBC

12:30 Who What Or Where Game NBC

12:55 NBC News-Floyd Kalber

1PM Sesame Street

2PM Clubhouse 22

3:30 Munsters BW

4PM Lassie BW

4:30 Lost In Space BW

5:30 Patty Duke BW

6PM Gilligan's Island

6:30 Star Trek

7:30 Avengers

8:30 Felony Squad

9PM Movie The Golden Mask 1954

10:50 Indianapolis 500-10 minute preview shows?

11PM Movie Captain's Paradise 1953 BW

26 WSWO (IND) Springfield

2:30 Movie-The Jungle 1952 BW

4PM Davey And Goliath

4:30 Bozo BW

5:30 Local News BW


6PM Divorce Court

6:30 Pay Cards!

7PM Dobie Gillis BW

7:30 Hazel

8PM David Susskind

10PM News-BW

10:30 Featureline-Bob Sweeney-Probably a Local Talk/News Show BW

11PM Movie The Lonesome Trail 1955 BW Western

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Looks like WKEF picked up only whatever 2 and 7 didn't want as far as network shows. WSWO's
listing lists a Bob Sweeney talk show, assuming its the same one he's still doing morning radio in
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Retro: Greensboro/Winston-Salem/High Point Saturday, August 17, 1968

From the Greensboro Daily News:


WFMY Ch. 2 (CBS)

7 AM Summer Semester

7:30 Leave It To Beaver

8 AM Captain Kangaroo

9 AM Frankenstein Jr. And The

Impossibles

9:30 Herculoids

10 AM Shazzan!

10:30 Space Ghost

11 AM Moby Dick And The Mighty

Mightor

11:30 Superman/Aquaman Hour Of

Adventure

12:30 Jonny Quest

1 PM Lone Ranger (animated)

1:30 Road Runner

2 PM Sportsmanlike Driving

2:30 Robin Hood

3 PM Maverick

4 PM Lost In Space (delay from

Wednesday 7:30)

5 PM Golf: Westchester Classic

(Third Round)
6:30 It's Racing Time (CBS News

is pre-empted)

7 PM News

7:30 The Prisoner

8:30 My Three Sons

9 PM Hogan's Heroes

9:30 Petticoat Junction

10 PM Mannix

11 PM News

11:20 Movie: "The Inspector General"

WUNC Ch. 4 (NET)

off air on Saturday

WGHP Ch. 8 (ABC)

7 AM Gumby

7:30 Roger Ramjet

8 AM Limbo

9 AM New Casper Cartoon Show

9:30 Fantastic Four

10 AM Spiderman

10:30 Journey To The Center Of

The Earth

11 AM King Kong
11:30 George Of The Jungle

12 N Beatles

12:30 American Bandstand

1:30 Happening '68

2 PM Dick Bennick (local dance party--

Bennick became better known as

creature-feature host Dr. Paul

Bearer on WTOG/44 Tampa/St. Petersburg)

3 PM Dating Game (delay from the previous

Saturday 7:30)

3:30 Car And Track

4 PM Wrestling

5 PM Wide World Of Sports

6:30 Porter Wagoner

7 PM Grand Ole Opry

7:30 Win With The Stars (Name That Tune-type

game in which two celebrity-contestant

teams not only had to identify the song

but sing the first two lines)

8 PM Newlywed Game

8:30 Lawrence Welk

9:30 Hollywood Palace

10:30 All-American College Show

11 PM ABC News

11:15 Movie: "Killer Shrews"


WSJS Ch. 12 (NBC)

7:30 Farm Report

8 AM Cartoon Carnival

9 AM Super 6

9:30 Super President

10 AM Flintstones

10:30 Samson & Goliath

11 AM Birdman

11:30 Atom Ant/Secret Squirrel

12 N Cool McCool

12:30 Astro Boy

1 PM Superman (George Reeves)

1:30 Dobie Gillis

2 PM Baseball: Teams not listed

5 PM Bachelor Father (time appoximate)

5:30 Industry On Parade

5:45 Parsons To Persons

6 PM News

6:30 Frank McGee Report

7 PM Greyhound Derby

7:30 The Saint

8:30 Get Smart

9 PM NBC Movie: "Something Wild"


11 PM News

11:15 Movie: "The Wastrel"

WUBC Ch. 48 (Ind.)

3 PM Movie: "Troubleshooter"

4:30 Sportsmanlike Driving

5 PM News (yes, they put on a

half-hour local newscast)

5:30 Infinite Horizons

6 PM Wrestling

7 PM Celebrity Golf

7:30 Roller Derby

8:30 Alan Burke

10 PM Woody Greeson

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Re: Retro: Greensboro/Winston-Salem/High Point Saturday, August 17, 1968

B. Patrick takes us back to Greensboro/Winston-Salem/High Point on August 17th, 1968:

> WUBC Ch. 48 (Ind.)

>

> 5 PM News (yes, they put on a


> half-hour local newscast)

But given they were a UHF "indie", and likely new, I wonder if it was merely a "News" slide with
someone off-camera reading wire-service copy.

If they had a more substantial news operation (on-camera anchors, a couple of reporters out on
the streets with some newsfilm reports), then the 5 P.M. airtime would make sense. A good
alternative to other stations' local newscasts at 6. The earliest "evening" local television news in
the area.

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Re: Retro: Greensboro/Winston-Salem/High Point Saturday, August 17, 1968

> B. Patrick takes us back to Greensboro/Winston-Salem/High

> Point on August 17th, 1968:

>

> > WUBC Ch. 48 (Ind.)

>>

> > 5 PM News (yes, they put on a

> > half-hour local newscast)

>

> But given they were a UHF "indie", and likely new, I wonder
> if it was merely a "News" slide with someone off-camera

> reading wire-service copy.

>

> If they had a more substantial news operation (on-camera

> anchors, a couple of reporters out on the streets with some

> newsfilm reports), then the 5 P.M. airtime would make sense.

> A good alternative to other stations' local newscasts at 6.

> The earliest "evening" local television news in the area.

>

I never had a chance to watch this station; my grandparents

lived about 30 miles from Greensboro and couldn't pick it up,

and I didn't live in North Carolina at the time. However,

my guess is that the newscast probably had a very simple set,

and whoever was on-camera probably did "rip and read" stories

(you know, ripped off the news ticker and read on the air).

I think the station gave up on it pretty quickly.

The current station on 48, WUPN, has Sinclair's "News Central."

Retro: Washington, DC Saturday, September 23, 1972

From the Washington Post:

WRC Ch. 4 (NBC)

7:15 Faith & Life


7:25 News

7:30 Across The Fence

8 AM Underdog

8:30 Jetsons

9 AM Pink Panther

9:30 Houndcats

10 AM Roman Holidays

10:30 The Barkleys

11 AM Sealab 2020

11:30 Runaround

12 N Around The World In

80 Days

12:30 Talking With A Giant

1 PM 360

1:30 Off Campus (this is the show

that was repeated after Thursday's

Tonight Show)

2 PM Baseball: Detroit at Boston

4:30 Golden Voyage (time approximate)

5 PM The David Eaton Show

6 PM It's Academic

6:30 NBC News

7 PM Price Is Right (Dennis James)

7:30 Hollywood Squares

8 PM Emergency!
9 PM NBC Movie: "The Thomas Crown Affair"

11 PM News

11:30 Movie: "Hud"

WTTG Ch. 5 (Ind.)

7 AM Cartoons

7:30 Cisco Kid

8 AM Top Cat

8:30 Mr. Magoo

9 AM Banana Splits & Popeye

10 AM Porky Pig Show

10:30 Daktari

11:30 Soul Train

12:30 Star Trek

1:30 Lancer

2:30 Movie: "Western Union"

4 PM Untamed World

4:30 I Love Lucy

5 PM Petticoat Junction

5:30 Lassie

6 PM Dick Van Dyke

6:30 I Love Lucy

7 PM I Dream Of Jeannie

7:30 That Girl


8 PM Movie: "Honky Tonk"

10 PM News

10:30 Black News

11 PM David Susskind

1 AM Outer Limits

WMAL Ch. 7 (ABC)

7 AM Cartoon Time

7:30 Bullwinkle (delay from Sunday

11 AM)

8 AM H.R. Pufnstuf

8:30 Jackson Five

9 AM The Osmonds

9:30 ABC Saturday Superstar Movie

10:30 Brady Kids

11 AM Bewitched

11:30 Kid Power

12 N Funky Phantom

12:30 Lidsville

1 PM Maryland Football

1:30 NCAA Football: Stanford at Duke

5 PM Wide World Of Sports: Muhammad Ali-

Floyd Patterson fight (time approximate)

6:30 News
7 PM Parent Game

7:30 Circus

8 PM Alias Smith & Jones

9 PM Streets Of San Francisco

10 PM Cliff Alexander--Black On White

10:30 Everybody's Talkin' (area citizens get

to talk about issues--no relation to the

1960s game show)

(The Sixth Sense airs Sunday at 11:30 PM)

11 PM News

11:30 Movie: "The Wreck Of The Mary Deare"

1:30 ABC News

WTOP Ch. 9 (CBS)

6:30 Rural America

7 AM Sunrise Semester

7:30 Time Is Now

8 AM Bugs Bunny

8:30 Arthur & Co.

9:30 New Scooby-Doo Movies

10:30 Josie & The Pussycats

11 AM Earth Lab
12 N Archie's TV Funnies

12:30 Fat Albert And The Cosby Kids

1 PM CBS Children's Film Festival

2 PM Movie: "Bedtime Story"

3 PM Movie: "Easy Come, Easy Go"

4 PM Doing/Being--Flash Gordon

5 PM Sonny & Cher Comedy Hour (delay

from Friday 8 PM)

6 PM News

6:30 CBS News

7 PM Agronsky & Co.

7:30 Political Announcements

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 Scarlet Letter"

1 AM Movie: title not given

WDCA Ch. 20 (Ind.)

7:30 For Your Information

8 AM Streams Of Faith
8:30 Good News

9 AM Riverdale Baptist Hour

9:30 Movie: "Abbott And Costello

Meet The Invisible Man"

11 AM Movie: "Circus Of Horrors"

12:30 Movie: "The Vampires"

2:30 Movie: "Soldier Of Fortune"

4:30 Movie: "You Can't Get Away

With Murder"

6:30 Movie: "Broken Arrow"

8:30 Movie: "The Mummy's Tomb"

10 PM Petey Greene's Washington

10:30 Challenge

11 PM Movie: "You Can't Get Away

With Murder"

WETA Ch. 26 (PBS)

8:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

9 AM Sesame Street

10 AM Electric Company

10:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

11 AM Sesame Street

12 N Electric Company

12:30 Sesame Street


1:30 Electric Company

2 PM Oscar Brand In Gettysburg

2:30 Electric Company

3 PM Hodgepodge Lodge

3:30 Goin' Fishin'

4 PM Special Of The Week: "The

Restless Earth"

6 PM Metro-View

7 PM World Press

7:30 District Digest

8 PM Evening At Pops

9 PM Soul!

10 PM Film Odyssey: "Los Olvidades"

WNVT/53 is off air on Saturday.

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Re: Retro: Washington, DC Saturday, September 23, 1972

> From the Washington Post:


>

>

>

>

> WTOP Ch. 9 (CBS)

>

> 2 PM Movie: "Bedtime Story"

> 3 PM Movie: "Easy Come, Easy Go"

Were these movies in 2 parts and was "Easy Come,Easy Go" the Elvis Presley movie of the same
name??

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Re: Retro: Washington, DC Saturday, September 23, 1972

> > From the Washington Post:

>>

>>

>>

>>

> > WTOP Ch. 9 (CBS)


>>

> > 2 PM Movie: "Bedtime Story"

> > 3 PM Movie: "Easy Come, Easy Go"

>

> Were these movies in 2 parts and was "Easy Come,Easy Go"

> the Elvis Presley movie of the same name??

>

"Easy Come, Easy Go" had Laurel and Hardy and probably did

run about an hour. "Bedtime Story," with David Niven, may

have been in two parts, although that's not indicated; I

know that the movie runs longer than an hour.

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> "Easy Come, Easy Go" had Laurel and Hardy and probably did

> run about an hour. "Bedtime Story," with David Niven, may

> have been in two parts, although that's not indicated; I

> know that the movie runs longer than an hour.


>

According to Leonard Maltin's movie book, there were three films titled "Bedtime Story" -- in
addition to the 1964 Niven film, there was one from 1933 (87 minutes) with Maurice Chevalier,
and another from 1941 (85 minutes) with Loretta Young.

Considering the ages, both of those were a better pair-up with Laurel and Hardy. Also, to fit the
hour, they may have either been seen in two parts, or edited for time.

Retro:Cleveland/Akron Weekday Daytime (Network Affiliates) April 20-24 1970

From:TV Guide

WKYC 3 NBC

6:20 Farm Report

6:25 Education Exchange

6:55 What's Doing?

7AM Today

9AM Mike Douglas

10:25 NBC News-Dickerson

10:30 Concentration

11AM Sale Of The Century

11:30 Hollywood Squares

Noon Jeopardy!

12:30 Who What Or Where Game

1PM It Takes Two-Vin Scully (Network 10AM)

1:30 Life With Linkletter


2PM Days of Our Lives

2:30 Doctors

3PM Another World/Bay City

3:30 Bright Promise

4PM Another World/Somerset

4:30 Movie Monday Poor Little Rich Girl 1936

Tuesday Combat Squad 1953

Wednesday Relentless 1948

Thursday Tarzan's Hidden Jungle 1955

Friday Night Passage 1957

6PM News

6:30 Huntley Brinkley

7PM News

WEWS 5 ABC

8AM Mon, Wed. Comedy Clubhouse-Captain Penny

Tuesday Fantastc Voyage (Sun. 10AM ABC)

Thursday Bullwinkle (Sun. 11AM ABC)

Friday Cartoons

8:30 Uncle Al-From WCPO 9 in Cincinnati (both stations owned by Scripps-Howard)

9AM Romper Room Miss Barbara Plummer

9:30 Girlwatch-Paige Palmer


10AM Galloping Gourmet

10:30 He Said She Said-Garagiola

11AM Bewitched

11:30 That Girl

Noon Best Of Everything

12:30 News

1PM All My Children

1:30 Let's Make A Deal

2PM Newlywed Game

2:30 Dating Game

3PM General Hospital

3:30 One Life To Live

4PM Dark Shadows

4:30 Can You Top This?

Morey Amsterdam, Jan Murray and Bob Crane are on the panel

5PM To Tell The Truth-Garry Moore

Orson Bean, Peggy Cass, Kitty Carlisle and Bill Cullen

5:30 News

6PM David Frost

7PM Mon-Tue-Wed-Fri Whats My Line-Bruner

Thur. Political Talk-Governor James A. Rhodes (Was making a run for US Senate at the time)

WJW 8 CBS

6:30 Mon-Wed Food For Life


Tue-Thurs. Sunrise Semester

Friday Camera Three (CBS Sunday)

7AM CBS News-Joseph Benti

8AM Captain Kangaroo

9AM Cartoons

9:30 Lucy Show

10AM Edge Of Night (CBS 3:30 PM)

10:30 Phil Donahue

11:30 Love Of Life

Noon News

12:30 Search For Tomorrow

1PM Divorce Court

1:30 As The World Turns

2PM Love/Many Spendored Thing

2:30 Guiding Light

3PM Adventure Road-Jim Doney (No Secret Storm at 3PM)

4PM Gomer Pyle USMC

4:30 Merv Griffin

A Relative Oddity-This is Griffin's Late Night Network Show-Delayed Broadcast from the previous
night.

6PM News

6:30 CBS News

7PM Truth or Consequences-Barker

WAKR 23 ABC Akron


10AM Jack La Lanne

10:30 Women's Page

11:30 That Girl

Noon Best Of Everything

12:30 A World Apart

1PM All My Children

1:30 Let's Make A Deal

2PM Newlywed Game

2:30 Dating Game

3PM General Hospital

3:30 One Life To Live

4PM Dark Shadows

4:30 Monday Dudley Do-Right (Sun ABC 9:30AM)

Tuesday Fantastic Voyage (Sun ABC 10AM)

Wednesday Spiderman (Sun ABC 10:30 AM)

Thursday Bullwinkle (Sun ABC 11AM)

Friday Dicovery (Sun ABC 11:30 AM)

5PM Bewitched (ABC 11AM)

5:30 News

6PM ABC News Smith/Reynolds

6:30 Mon-Wed-Fri Laramie

Tue Thur Laredo

<P ID="edit"><FONT class="small">Edited by TimL on 07/10/05 05:17 AM.</FONT></P>


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Re: Retro:Cleveland/Akron Weekday Daytime (Network Affiliates) April 20-24 1970

> From:TV Guide

>>

> WEWS 5 ABC


>

> 5:30 News

> 6PM David Frost

> 7PM Mon-Tue-Wed-Fri Whats My Line-Bruner

> Thur. Political Talk-Governor James A. Rhodes (Was making a

> run for US Senate at the time)

I notice WEWS didn't carry ABC News; it wasn't carried in

Atlanta at the time, either. I wonder if these were the two

biggest markets to pre-empt. WQXI (now WXIA)/11, ABC in those

days, had local news at 5:30, Dick Van Dyke at 6, Hazel at

6:30, and What's My Line at 7.

>

> WJW 8 CBS

>

>

> 4:30 Merv Griffin

> A Relative Oddity-This is Griffin's Late Night Network

> Show-Delayed Broadcast from the previous night.

Sister station WAGA/5 Atlanta did the same thing, as did

WPRI/12 Providence.

>

>

> BTW, Harry Reasoner didn't join ABC until December 1970.
Frank Reynolds was co-anchoring with Howard K. Smith prior

to that.

>

>

<P ID="edit"><FONT class="small">Edited by bpatrick on 07/09/05 09:39 PM.</FONT></P>

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> Didn't know Uncle Al was ever seen outside of Cincy!

>

IIRC, WPTV/5 West Palm Beach (also Scripps-Howard)

carried him.

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> Didn't know Uncle Al was ever seen outside of Cincy!

>
I am not sure he was on in Cleveland that long. Channel 5 had their own established Kids show
host, Ron Penfound (Captain Penny)..Based on memory and TV schedules I've seen Uncle Al was
on channel 5 from at least the latter part of 1969 through much of 1970. He was definitely off
the air in Cleveland by January 1972 because of the Debut of the Morning Exchange Talk Show
(which also canceled Captain Penny after 15-16 years)

Retro: Atlanta Saturday, July 18, 1970

From the Atlanta Constitution. Schedules

run from 8 AM.

WSB Ch. 2 (NBC)

8 AM Popeye Club

9 AM Here Comes The Grump

9:30 Pink Panther

10 AM H.R. Pufnstuf

10:30 Banana Splits

11:30 Flintstones

12 N Tarzan

1 PM All-American College Show

1:30 Something Else

2 PM Baseball Pre-Game: Computer

match between the 1942 St. Louis

Cardinals and the 1955 Brooklyn Dodgers

2:15 Baseball: Minnesota at Baltimore


5 PM Perry Mason (time approximate)

6 PM News

6:30 Huntley-Brinkley Report (Chet Huntley

would retire in August.)

7 PM Death Valley Days

7:30 Ray Stevens

8:30 Adam-12

9 PM Movie: "If A Man Answers"

(NBC's movie is "The Spy With A Cold Nose"

--TV Guide, North Carolina edition)

11 PM News

11:30 Movie: title not given

WAGA Ch. 5 (CBS)

8 AM Jetsons

8:30 Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Hour

9:30 Mr. Pix (Dave Michaels, later anchor

on WXIA and CNN)

10:30 Scooby-Doo

11 AM Archie Comedy Hour

12 N Monkees

12:30 Perils Of Penelope Pitstop

1 PM Superman (animated)

1:30 Jonny Quest


2 PM Dastardly And Muttley In Their

Flying Machines

2:30 Amateur Hour

3 PM Movie: "Abbott And Costello Meet

Dr. Jekyll And Mr. Hyde"

4:30 Movie: "Captain Lightfoot"

6:30 News

7 PM Art Linkletter

7:30 Jackie Gleason

8:30 My Three Sons

9 PM Green Acres

9:30 Petticoat Junction

10 PM Mannix

11 PM News

11:30 Movie: "PT-109"

WGTV Ch. 8 (NET)

7 PM You Asked For It

7:30 Speaking Freely

8:30 Movie: "County Chairman"

10 PM Stardate

sign off 11 PM

WQXI Ch. 11 (ABC)


8 AM Adventures Of Gulliver

8:30 Smokey Bear

9 AM Cattanooga Cats

10 AM Hot Wheels

10:30 Hardy Boys

11 AM Sky Hawks

11:30 George Of The Jungle

12 N Get It Together

12:30 American Bandstand

1:30 Movie: "Werewolf Of London"

3 PM Flying Nun (delay from Friday 7:30)

3:30 F Troop

4 PM My Favorite Martian

4:30 To Tell The Truth

5 PM Wide World Of Sports

6:30 Movie: "Guerrilla In The Philippines"

8:30 Lawrence Welk

9:30 Engelbert Humperdinck

10:30 Atlanta Wrestling

11:30 Movie: "Night Stars Goddess Of

Electra"

WJRJ Ch. 17 (Ind.) (soon to be WTCG)


8 AM Cartoon Carnival

9:30 Movie: "The Secret Of Convict Lake"

11:30 McHale's Navy

12 N Laredo

1 PM Now Explosion

5 PM Skippy The Bush Kangaroo

5:30 Batman

6 PM Lassie

6:30 Mr. Ed

7 PM Munsters

7:30 Let's Make A Deal

8 PM Newlywed Game

(the two game shows are pre-empted on Ch. 11)

8:30 Rosey Grier

9 PM Now Explosion

WETV Ch. 30 (NET)

off air on Saturday

WATL Ch. 36 (Ind.)

10 AM Movie: "High Sierra"

12 N Music Connection

6 PM Outer Limits
7 PM Movie: "White Feather"

9 PM Playboy After Dark

10 PM Movie: "The Easy Life"

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>

> WSB Ch. 2 (NBC)

>

> 2 PM Baseball Pre-Game: Computer

> match between the 1942 St. Louis

> Cardinals and the 1955 Brooklyn Dodgers

This was the 4th opening game of NBC's search of the greatest baseball team between 1920 and
1970. The 1942 Cards won over the 1955 Dodgers, 3 to 2. The 1942 Cards lost to the 1927 New
York Yankees (6 to 4) in the 2nd Semifinal Game; the '27 Yanks went on to beat the 1961 Yanks in
the Fianl Championship, 5 to 3.

This is all documented in the 1975 book "The People's Almanac" (pages 1131 to 1135), available
at better libraries and used bookstores.
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> 9 PM Playboy After Dark

Huh? In Georgia? 1970? And it wasn't even that dark at 9 o'clock in July. This is a most intriguing
entry.

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> > 9 PM Playboy After Dark

>

> Huh? In Georgia? 1970? And it wasn't even that dark at 9

> o'clock in July. This is a most intriguing entry.

>

My thoughts exactly on a Georgia station carrying the show.

It was a syndicated show, so the time slot has nothing to do

with the title.


Retro: Washington, DC Sunday, September 24, 1972

From the Washington Post:

WRC Ch. 4 (NBC)

7:15 Faith & Life

7:30 Agriculture

8 AM On Campus

8:30 Speaking Freely

9:30 Station Exchange

10 AM For Your Information

10:30 Overview

11 AM Issues

11:30 Dimension Washington

12 N Deena Clark's Moment With...

12:30 Meet The Press

1 PM NFL Football: Houston at Miami

(Miami is on the way to a perfect

season.)

3:30 Golden Voyage (time approximate)

4 PM Topic

4:30 Consumer Guidelines

5 PM Welcome Amigos

5:30 Community Tieline


6 PM Primus

6:30 NBC News

7 PM Wild Kingdom

7:30 Wonderful World Of Disney

8:30 McMillan & Wife

10 PM Night Gallery

10:30 Perspective

11 PM News

11:30 Sunday Tonight Show

1 AM Topic (rerun)

WTTG Ch. 5 (Ind.)

6:30 Christophers

7 AM Brother Buzz

7:30 Banana Splits

8 AM Wonderama

11 AM Flintstones

11:30 Movie: "Black Water Gold"

1 PM Movie: "The Big City"

3 PM Movie: "Honky Tonk"

5 PM Movie: "The Hucksters"

7 PM Lucy-Desi Comedy Hour

8 PM Lawrence Welk

9 PM Perry Mason
10 PM News

10:30 This Is Your Life

11 PM People And Povich

11:30 Grambling College Football:

California State at Grambling

(edited replay)

12:30 Combat!

1:30 Today In Your Life

WMAL Ch. 7 (ABC)

7:15 Christophers

7:30 This We Believe

8 AM Dr. Bauman Bible Telecast

9 AM Live It Up

9:30 Make A Wish (delay from previous

Sunday 11:30 AM)

10 AM Curiosity Shop

11 AM Notre Dame Football: edited replay

of Notre Dame at Northwestern

12 N College Football '72 (ABC's highlights

show)

1 PM Cliff Alexander: Black On White

1:30 Issues And Answers

2 PM Newswatch
2:30 Apartment C-410

3 PM Young Voices

3:30 Toward The Year 2000

4 PM The Explorers

4:30 Paul Lynde Show (delayed from

Wednesday 8 PM)

5 PM Judd For The Defense

6 PM News

6:30 McCaffrey At Large

7 PM Hee Haw

8 PM The FBI

9 PM ABC Movie: "The Out Of Towners"

11 PM News

11:30 The Sixth Sense (delayed from

Saturday 10 PM)

12:30 ABC News

WTOP Ch. 9 (CBS)

7:10 Meditate

7:15 With This Ring

7:30 Your Future Is Now

8 AM Sunday Harambee

9 AM Spread A Little Sunshine

9:30 Mass For Shut-Ins


10 AM Good Vibrations

10:30 Look Up And Live

11 AM Camera Three

11:30 Face The Nation

12 N Washington News Conference

12:30 Agronsky & Co.

1 PM The Saint

2 PM World Of Survival

2:30 Thrillseekers

3 PM Redskin Kickoff

3:30 NFL Today

4 PM NFL Football: Minnesota at Detroit

7 PM UFO (time approximate)

8 PM M*A*S*H

8:30 Sandy Duncan Show

9 PM New Dick Van Dyke Show

9:30 Mannix

10:30 The Evil Touch

11 PM News

11:15 CBS News

11:30 Movie: "A Place For Lovers" (this

may have been Friday's CBS Late Movie)

1:30 With This Ring

WDCA Ch. 20 (Ind.)


7 AM Jerry Falwell

8 AM Rex Humbard

9 AM Revival Fires

9:30 Oral Roberts

10 AM Amazing Grace Bible Class

10:30 Movie: "Bowery Boys Meet Monsters"

11:30 Movie: "Poor Little Rich Girl"

1 PM Movie: "Beware Of Blondie"

2:30 Movie: "You Can't Get Away With Murder"

4:30 Movie: "Broken Arrow"

6:30 Movie: "The Crowded Sky"

8:30 Roller Game: Mid-Atlantic Cats vs.

Northern Hawks

10 PM Challenge

10:30 Kathryn Kuhlman

11 PM God's Good News

11:30 Dr. Billy James Hargis

12 M Streams Of Faith

WETA Ch. 26 (PBS)

3:30 Hodgepodge Lodge

4 PM Harlem Basketball From Ruckers

6 PM Jean Shepherd's America


6:30 Jazz Set

7 PM Electric Company

7:30 French Chef

8 PM Firing Line

9 PM Masterpiece Theatre: "The Last

Of The Mohicans"

10 PM Evening At Pops

WNVT/53 is off air on Sunday.

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> From the Washington Post:

>

>

> WTTG Ch. 5 (Ind.)

>

> 7 PM Lucy-Desi Comedy Hour

>
> This is the first time I have seen this show on any schedule being in reruns back in the 1970's. I
thought that these shows weren't rerun until Nick at Nite obtained rights to them in the early
1990's.

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> 1 PM NFL Football: Houston at Miami

> (Miami is on the way to a perfect

> season.)

> 3:30 NFL Today

> 4 PM NFL Football: Minnesota at Detroit

The Redskins weren't playing? Or were the mandatory blackout rules (all home games blacked
out regardless) still in effect?

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> > From the Washington Post:

>>

>>

> > WTTG Ch. 5 (Ind.)

>>

> > 7 PM Lucy-Desi Comedy Hour

>>

> > This is the first time I have seen this show on any

> schedule being in reruns back in the 1970's. I thought that

> these shows weren't rerun until Nick at Nite obtained rights

> to them in the early 1990's.

>

To answer both posters' questions:

1. Re the football schedule, I have to believe the blackout

was in effect. At the time the NFL still had a 14-game schedule,

and I don't recall teams getting a bye week.

2. Can anyone who lived in a market with a Metromedia station

help on the Lucy-Desi Comedy Hour question? I still see them

occasionally on KTTV, chopped into two-parters and running as

We Love Lucy.
Retro: Atlanta Thursday, July 10, 1975

Thirty years ago today, from The Atlanta

Constitution. Schedules run 7 AM-1 AM.

WSB Ch. 2 (NBC)

7 AM Today (James Clavell discusses his

new novel "Shogun.")

9 AM Not For Women Only

9:30 Today In Georgia

10 AM Celebrity Sweepstakes

10:30 Wheel Of Fortune (Chuck Woolery and

Susan Stafford were hosts then)

11 AM High Rollers

11:30 Hollywood Squares

12 N News

12:30 Merv Griffin

(Magnificent Marble Machine and Jackpot

are pre-empted.)

1:30 Days Of Our Lives

2:30 The Doctors

3 PM Another World
4 PM Big Valley

5 PM High Chaparral

6 PM News

7 PM NBC News

7:30 Candid Camera

8 PM Gladys Knight And The Pips (premiere

of a four-week variety series with

local interest: they're from Atlanta)

9 PM Movie: "If It's Tuesday, This Must

Be Belgium" (don't know if local or NBC)

11 PM News

11:30 Tonight Show

(Tomorrow follows at 1 AM, news at 2 AM)

WAGA Ch. 5 (CBS)

7 AM CBS Morning News

8 AM Captain Kangaroo

9 AM Phil Donahue

10 AM Spin-Off

10:30 Gambit

11 AM Tattletales

11:30 Love Of Life

11:55 CBS Midday News


12 N News

12:30 Search For Tomorrow

1 PM What's My Line? (Young And The Restless

began airing at this time in the summer

of 1976)

1:30 As The World Turns

2 PM Guiding Light

2:30 Edge Of Night

3 PM Price Is Right

3:30 Match Game '75

4 PM Bewitched (pre-empts Musical Chairs)

4:30 Mike Douglas

6 PM News

7 PM CBS News

7:30 Price Is Right

8 PM The Waltons

9 PM CBS Movie: "They Might Be Giants"

11 PM News

11:30 CBS Movie: "80 Steps To Jonah"

WGTV Ch. 8 (PBS)

4 PM Sesame Street

5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

5:30 Sesame Street


6:30 Staff Development

7 PM Yoga For Health

7:30 Golfing With Bobby Jones (film

shorts he made in the 1930s)

8 PM Best Of Evening At Pops

9 PM Hollywood Television Theater:

"Chicago Conspiracy Trial"

11:30 Interface

WXIA Ch. 11 (ABC)

7 AM A.M. America (would become Good

Morning America in November)

9 AM A.M. Atlanta

10 AM Dinah!

11:30 Brady Bunch

12 N News (pre-empts Showoffs, which

will begin airing in August, when

Pro News moves to 11:30 AM)

12:30 All My Children

1 PM Ryan's Hope

1:30 ABC Afternoon Playbreak: "The Girl


Who Couldn't Lose" (pre-empts

Let's Make A Deal, $10,000 Pyramid,

and Rhyme And Reason)

3 PM General Hospital

3:30 One Life To Live

4 PM Movie: "The Disappearance" (two-hour

story from the Lassie series) (You

Don't Say! airs on ABC at this time

and will begin airing on Ch. 11 at

9:30 AM in August.)

6 PM News

6:30 ABC News

(The news block is about to move: Pro News at

5:30, ABC News at 6, beginning in August. Merv

Griffin will air at 6:30.)

7 PM Concentration (will move to 9 AM in August)

7:30 Truth Or Consequences

8 PM Barney Miller

8:30 Texas Wheelers

9 PM Streets Of San Francisco


10 PM Harry O

11 PM News

11:30 Wide World Special: "Honeymoon Suite"

WTCG Ch. 17 (Ind.)

7 AM Three Stooges/Little Rascals

8 AM I Love Lucy

8:30 Hazel

9 AM Father Knows Best

9:30 Andy Griffith

10 AM Movie: "War Paint"

12 N Lucy Show

12:30 Topper

1 PM Movie: "The Emperor Waltz"

3 PM Cartoon Carnival

3:30 Mickey Mouse Club (the original)

4 PM Munsters

4:30 Leave It To Beaver

5 PM Lucy Show

5:30 Hazel

6 PM Petticoat Junction

6:30 That Girl

7 PM Andy Griffith

7:30 Hogan's Heroes


8 PM Diamond Head Game

8:30 Dealer's Choice

9 PM Movie: "A Company Of Killers"

11 PM Dragnet (w/Harry Morgan)

11:30 Movie: "The Verdict" (Sydney

Greenstreet and Peter Lorre

from '46)

WETV Ch. 30 (PBS)

4 PM Sesame Street

5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

5:30 Villa Alegre

6 PM Electric Company

6:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

7 PM Latin Atlanta

7:30 You Owe It To Yourself

8 PM Woman

8:30 Black Atlanta

9 PM Interface

9:30 The Thin Edge: Aggression

10:30 Jean Shepherd's America

11 PM ABC Captioned News

WHAE Ch. 46 (Ind.)


11 AM New Zoo Revue

11:30 Fury

12 N 700 Club

1:30 It's A New Day

2 PM Bozo

2:30 Porky Pig

3 PM Jeff's Collie

3:30 Circus Boy

4 PM Cartoon Festival

4:30 Real McCoys

5 PM Cisco Kid

5:30 Mayberry RFD

6 PM Movie: "The Indian Fighter"

8 PM 700 Club

9:30 Studio A

10 PM Teach-In

11 PM Mayberry RFD

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Retro: Greensboro/Charlotte/Roanoke Monday, July 13, 1953

From the Greensboro Daily News. Times are

EST, network noted on the first mention of

the program, if a network program.


WFMY Ch. 2 Greensboro

8:45 Morning Chapel

9 AM Arthur Godfrey (CBS)

10 AM I'll Buy That (CBS)

10:30 Strike It Rich (CBS)

11 AM Bride And Groom (CBS)

11:15 Love Of Life (CBS)

11:30 Search For Tomorrow (CBS)

11:45 Guiding Light (CBS)

12 N Today In The Piedmont

12:30 Garry Moore (CBS)

1 PM Double Or Nothing (CBS)

1:30 Art Linkletter's House

Party (CBS)

2 PM Big Payoff (CBS)

2:30 Of Words And Music

3 PM On Your Account (NBC)

3:30 Carolina Calling

4:30 Howdy Doody (NBC)

5 PM Wild Bill Hickok

5:30 Six-Gun Playhouse

6 PM Hopalong Cassidy

6:30 Douglas Edwards With The News (CBS)

6:45 TV's Top Tunes (CBS)


7 PM Burns And Allen (CBS)

7:30 Voice Of Firestone (NBC)

8 PM Racket Squad (CBS)

8:30 Files Of Jeffrey Jones

9 PM Studio One Summer Theater (CBS)

10 PM Movie Quick Quiz

10:15 Bob Williams Show

10:30 Weather With Don Pierce

10:35 Evening Edition

10:50 Sports Final With Charlie Harville

11 PM Dragnet (NBC, delay from Thursday 8 PM)

11:30 I Married Joan (NBC, delay from Wednesday

7 PM)

12 M News, Final Edition, Sign Off

WBTV Ch. 3 Charlotte

8:45 CBS Morning News

9 AM Arthur Godfrey

10 AM Guiding Light (no, WBTV does not carry

the morning feed nowadays)

10:15 Feminine Touch

10:30 Strike It Rich

11 AM Bride And Groom

11:15 Love Of Life


11:30 Search For Tomorrow

11:45 Carolina Cookery

12:30 Garry Moore

1 PM Double Or Nothing

1:30 Art Linkletter's House Party

2 PM Big Payoff

2:30 Welcome Travelers (NBC)

3 PM Movie Matinee

3:30 Ladies' Choice (NBC)

4 PM The (Fred) Kirby Show

4:30 Howdy Doody

5 PM Superman

5:30 Kit Carson

6 PM Movie Quick Quiz

6:15 TV's Top Tunes

6:30 Esso Reporter

6:45 Weatherman

6:50 Vespers

7 PM Burns And Allen

7:30 Voice Of Firestone

8 PM Racket Squad

8:30 Masquerade Party (CBS)

(Incredible as it may seem, Douglas Edwards

was host of this show at the time. Bud Collyer

had been host the previous year; future hosts would


be Peter Donald, Eddie Bracken, Robert Q. Lewis,

Bert Parks, and Richard Dawson.)

9 PM Studio One Summer Theater

10 PM Dr. Norman Vincent Peale

10:15 News And Sports

10:30 Martin Kane (NBC, delay from

Thursday 9 PM)

11 PM I Married Joan

11:30 Sign Off

WSLS Ch. 10 Roanoke, VA

7 AM Today--Dave Garroway (NBC)

9 AM Ding Dong School (NBC)

9:30 Be My Guest

10 AM Hawkins Falls (NBC)

10:15 The Bennetts (NBC)

10:30 Strike It Rich

11 AM Look To This Day

11:15 Love Of Life

11:30 Search For Tomorrow

11:45 Guiding Light

12 N Farm And Home

12:15 News-Music
12:30 Test Pattern

1 PM What's Cooking

1:30 Tom's Foolery

2 PM Big Payoff

2:30 Welcome Travelers

3 PM On Your Account

3:30 Ladies' Choice

4 PM Atom Squad (NBC)

4:15 Beauty Is A Science

4:30 Howdy Doody

5 PM Sports-Music

5:15 News, Previews

5:30 Sleepy Joe

6 PM Kit Carson

6:30 Bob And Ray (NBC)

6:45 Camel News Caravan (NBC)

7 PM Name That Tune (NBC)

(Red Benson was host then; Bill

Cullen would take over when the

show moved to CBS in the fall of

1954, then George DeWitt would

become host in 1955 and make this

show a classic. The best-remembered

host is from the '70s: Tom Kennedy.)


7:30 Voice Of Firestone

8 PM Racket Squad

8:30 Robert Montgomery Summer Theater (NBC)

9:30 Masquerade Party

10 PM Liberace

10:30 Cinema Playhouse

11 PM Eleventh Hour News

11:30 Cinema Playhouse

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Re: Retro: Greensboro/Charlotte/Roanoke Monday, July 13, 1953

> From the Greensboro Daily News. Times are

> EST, network noted on the first mention of

> the program, if a network program.

>

> WFMY Ch. 2 Greensboro

>

> 8:45 Morning Chapel

> 9 AM Arthur Godfrey (CBS)


> 10 AM I'll Buy That (CBS)

> 10:30 Strike It Rich (CBS)

> 11 AM Bride And Groom (CBS)

> 11:15 Love Of Life (CBS)

> 11:30 Search For Tomorrow (CBS)

> 11:45 Guiding Light (CBS)

> 12 N Today In The Piedmont

> 12:30 Garry Moore (CBS)

> 1 PM Double Or Nothing (CBS)

> 1:30 Art Linkletter's House

> Party (CBS)

> 2 PM Big Payoff (CBS)

> 2:30 Of Words And Music

> 3 PM On Your Account (NBC)

> 3:30 Carolina Calling

> 4:30 Howdy Doody (NBC)

> 5 PM Wild Bill Hickok

> 5:30 Six-Gun Playhouse

> 6 PM Hopalong Cassidy

> 6:30 Douglas Edwards With The News (CBS)

> 6:45 TV's Top Tunes (CBS)

> 7 PM Burns And Allen (CBS)

> 7:30 Voice Of Firestone (NBC)

> 8 PM Racket Squad (CBS)

> 8:30 Files Of Jeffrey Jones


> 9 PM Studio One Summer Theater (CBS)

> 10 PM Movie Quick Quiz

> 10:15 Bob Williams Show

> 10:30 Weather With Don Pierce

> 10:35 Evening Edition

> 10:50 Sports Final With Charlie Harville

> 11 PM Dragnet (NBC, delay from Thursday 8 PM)

> 11:30 I Married Joan (NBC, delay from Wednesday

> 7 PM)

> 12 M News, Final Edition, Sign Off

>

> WBTV Ch. 3 Charlotte

>

> 8:45 CBS Morning News

> 9 AM Arthur Godfrey

> 10 AM Guiding Light (no, WBTV does not carry

> the morning feed nowadays)

> 10:15 Feminine Touch

> 10:30 Strike It Rich

> 11 AM Bride And Groom

> 11:15 Love Of Life

> 11:30 Search For Tomorrow

> 11:45 Carolina Cookery

> 12:30 Garry Moore

> 1 PM Double Or Nothing


> 1:30 Art Linkletter's House Party

> 2 PM Big Payoff

> 2:30 Welcome Travelers (NBC)

> 3 PM Movie Matinee

> 3:30 Ladies' Choice (NBC)

> 4 PM The (Fred) Kirby Show

> 4:30 Howdy Doody

> 5 PM Superman

> 5:30 Kit Carson

> 6 PM Movie Quick Quiz

> 6:15 TV's Top Tunes

> 6:30 Esso Reporter

> 6:45 Weatherman

> 6:50 Vespers

> 7 PM Burns And Allen

> 7:30 Voice Of Firestone

> 8 PM Racket Squad

> 8:30 Masquerade Party (CBS)

> (Incredible as it may seem, Douglas Edwards

> was host of this show at the time. Bud Collyer

> had been host the previous year; future hosts would

> be Peter Donald, Eddie Bracken, Robert Q. Lewis,

> Bert Parks, and Richard Dawson.)

>

> 9 PM Studio One Summer Theater


> 10 PM Dr. Norman Vincent Peale

> 10:15 News And Sports

> 10:30 Martin Kane (NBC, delay from

> Thursday 9 PM)

> 11 PM I Married Joan

> 11:30 Sign Off

>

> WSLS Ch. 10 Roanoke, VA

>

> 7 AM Today--Dave Garroway (NBC)

> 9 AM Ding Dong School (NBC)

> 9:30 Be My Guest

> 10 AM Hawkins Falls (NBC)

> 10:15 The Bennetts (NBC)

> 10:30 Strike It Rich

> 11 AM Look To This Day

> 11:15 Love Of Life

> 11:30 Search For Tomorrow

> 11:45 Guiding Light

> 12 N Farm And Home

> 12:15 News-Music

> 12:30 Test Pattern

> 1 PM What's Cooking

> 1:30 Tom's Foolery

> 2 PM Big Payoff


> 2:30 Welcome Travelers

> 3 PM On Your Account

> 3:30 Ladies' Choice

> 4 PM Atom Squad (NBC)

> 4:15 Beauty Is A Science

> 4:30 Howdy Doody

> 5 PM Sports-Music

> 5:15 News, Previews

> 5:30 Sleepy Joe

> 6 PM Kit Carson

> 6:30 Bob And Ray (NBC)

> 6:45 Camel News Caravan (NBC)

> 7 PM Name That Tune (NBC)

> (Red Benson was host then; Bill

> Cullen would take over when the

> show moved to CBS in the fall of

> 1954, then George DeWitt would

> become host in 1955 and make this

> show a classic. The best-remembered

> host is from the '70s: Tom Kennedy.)

>

> 7:30 Voice Of Firestone

> 8 PM Racket Squad

> 8:30 Robert Montgomery Summer Theater (NBC)

> 9:30 Masquerade Party


> 10 PM Liberace

> 10:30 Cinema Playhouse

> 11 PM Eleventh Hour News

> 11:30 Cinema Playhouse

>

Like many stations at that time carried programs from all the networks. WFMY, WBTV and WSLS
have the same primary affilations and call letters in 1953 and in 2005.

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Re: Retro: Greensboro/Charlotte/Roanoke Monday, July 13, 1953

Not only do all three stations have the same

call letters and primary network affiliations

today as in 1953, they also have the same channel

number. Of all stations south of Washington, WBTV

has had the same call letters, primary network affiliation,

channel number, and ownership (Jefferson Standard Insurance,

now Jefferson-Pilot) longer than any other, since 1949.

(WAGA/5 Atlanta held the record until it switched from CBS to Fox

in 1994.)
> > From the Greensboro Daily News. Times are

> > EST, network noted on the first mention of

> > the program, if a network program.

>>

> > WFMY Ch. 2 Greensboro

>>

> > 8:45 Morning Chapel

> > 9 AM Arthur Godfrey (CBS)

> > 10 AM I'll Buy That (CBS)

> > 10:30 Strike It Rich (CBS)

> > 11 AM Bride And Groom (CBS)

> > 11:15 Love Of Life (CBS)

> > 11:30 Search For Tomorrow (CBS)

> > 11:45 Guiding Light (CBS)

> > 12 N Today In The Piedmont

> > 12:30 Garry Moore (CBS)

> > 1 PM Double Or Nothing (CBS)

> > 1:30 Art Linkletter's House

> > Party (CBS)

> > 2 PM Big Payoff (CBS)

> > 2:30 Of Words And Music

> > 3 PM On Your Account (NBC)

> > 3:30 Carolina Calling

> > 4:30 Howdy Doody (NBC)


> > 5 PM Wild Bill Hickok

> > 5:30 Six-Gun Playhouse

> > 6 PM Hopalong Cassidy

> > 6:30 Douglas Edwards With The News (CBS)

> > 6:45 TV's Top Tunes (CBS)

> > 7 PM Burns And Allen (CBS)

> > 7:30 Voice Of Firestone (NBC)

> > 8 PM Racket Squad (CBS)

> > 8:30 Files Of Jeffrey Jones

> > 9 PM Studio One Summer Theater (CBS)

> > 10 PM Movie Quick Quiz

> > 10:15 Bob Williams Show

> > 10:30 Weather With Don Pierce

> > 10:35 Evening Edition

> > 10:50 Sports Final With Charlie Harville

> > 11 PM Dragnet (NBC, delay from Thursday 8 PM)

> > 11:30 I Married Joan (NBC, delay from Wednesday

> > 7 PM)

> > 12 M News, Final Edition, Sign Off

>>

> > WBTV Ch. 3 Charlotte

>>

> > 8:45 CBS Morning News

> > 9 AM Arthur Godfrey

> > 10 AM Guiding Light (no, WBTV does not carry


> > the morning feed nowadays)

> > 10:15 Feminine Touch

> > 10:30 Strike It Rich

> > 11 AM Bride And Groom

> > 11:15 Love Of Life

> > 11:30 Search For Tomorrow

> > 11:45 Carolina Cookery

> > 12:30 Garry Moore

> > 1 PM Double Or Nothing

> > 1:30 Art Linkletter's House Party

> > 2 PM Big Payoff

> > 2:30 Welcome Travelers (NBC)

> > 3 PM Movie Matinee

> > 3:30 Ladies' Choice (NBC)

> > 4 PM The (Fred) Kirby Show

> > 4:30 Howdy Doody

> > 5 PM Superman

> > 5:30 Kit Carson

> > 6 PM Movie Quick Quiz

> > 6:15 TV's Top Tunes

> > 6:30 Esso Reporter

> > 6:45 Weatherman

> > 6:50 Vespers

> > 7 PM Burns And Allen

> > 7:30 Voice Of Firestone


> > 8 PM Racket Squad

> > 8:30 Masquerade Party (CBS)

> > (Incredible as it may seem, Douglas Edwards

> > was host of this show at the time. Bud Collyer

> > had been host the previous year; future hosts would

> > be Peter Donald, Eddie Bracken, Robert Q. Lewis,

> > Bert Parks, and Richard Dawson.)

>>

> > 9 PM Studio One Summer Theater

> > 10 PM Dr. Norman Vincent Peale

> > 10:15 News And Sports

> > 10:30 Martin Kane (NBC, delay from

> > Thursday 9 PM)

> > 11 PM I Married Joan

> > 11:30 Sign Off

>>

> > WSLS Ch. 10 Roanoke, VA

>>

> > 7 AM Today--Dave Garroway (NBC)

> > 9 AM Ding Dong School (NBC)

> > 9:30 Be My Guest

> > 10 AM Hawkins Falls (NBC)

> > 10:15 The Bennetts (NBC)

> > 10:30 Strike It Rich

> > 11 AM Look To This Day


> > 11:15 Love Of Life

> > 11:30 Search For Tomorrow

> > 11:45 Guiding Light

> > 12 N Farm And Home

> > 12:15 News-Music

> > 12:30 Test Pattern

> > 1 PM What's Cooking

> > 1:30 Tom's Foolery

> > 2 PM Big Payoff

> > 2:30 Welcome Travelers

> > 3 PM On Your Account

> > 3:30 Ladies' Choice

> > 4 PM Atom Squad (NBC)

> > 4:15 Beauty Is A Science

> > 4:30 Howdy Doody

> > 5 PM Sports-Music

> > 5:15 News, Previews

> > 5:30 Sleepy Joe

> > 6 PM Kit Carson

> > 6:30 Bob And Ray (NBC)

> > 6:45 Camel News Caravan (NBC)

> > 7 PM Name That Tune (NBC)

> > (Red Benson was host then; Bill

> > Cullen would take over when the

> > show moved to CBS in the fall of


> > 1954, then George DeWitt would

> > become host in 1955 and make this

> > show a classic. The best-remembered

> > host is from the '70s: Tom Kennedy.)

>>

> > 7:30 Voice Of Firestone

> > 8 PM Racket Squad

> > 8:30 Robert Montgomery Summer Theater (NBC)

> > 9:30 Masquerade Party

> > 10 PM Liberace

> > 10:30 Cinema Playhouse

> > 11 PM Eleventh Hour News

> > 11:30 Cinema Playhouse

>>

> Like many stations at that time carried programs from all

> the networks. WFMY, WBTV and WSLS have the same primary

> affilations and call letters in 1953 and in 2005.

>

Retro: Atlanta Wednesday, May 2, 1956

From the Atlanta Constitution. Times are

EST, one hour behind New York.

WSB Ch. 2 (NBC)


7 AM Today

9 AM Ding Dong School

9:30 Woody Willow

9:45 Today In Georgia

10 AM Home

11 AM Tennessee Ernie Ford

11:30 Feather Your Nest

12 N News

12:15 Movie: "Babes In Bagdad"

2 PM Matinee Theater (COLOR)

3 PM Date With Life

3:15 Modern Romances

3:30 Queen For A Day

4 PM Pinky Lee

4:30 Howdy Doody (COLOR) (a few weeks

before he moved to Saturday morning)

5 PM Little Rascals

5:30 My Little Margie

6 PM Sports

6:15 News

6:30 Eddie Fisher

6:45 News Caravan

7 PM Gardening

7:15 Patti Page

7:30 Father Knows Best


8 PM Kraft Television Theater

9 PM This Is Your Life

9:30 Great Gildersleeve

10 PM Screen Directors' Playhouse

10:30 Do You Trust Your Wife? (possibly

the only CBS program that ever aired

on Channel 2, so far--WAGA pre-empted

on Tuesday nights at 9:30)

11 PM News

11:30 Lone Wolf

12 M Tonight

1 AM Reflections; News

WAGA Ch. 5 (CBS)

7:15 Devotions

7:30 Captain Kangaroo

8:30 Romper Room

9 AM Garry Moore

9:30 Arthur Godfrey

10:30 Strike It Rich

11 AM News

11:15 Love Of Life

11:30 Search For Tomorrow

11:45 Guiding Light


12 N News

12:15 TV Ranch

12:30 As The World Turns

1 PM Robert Q. Lewis

1:30 Art Linkletter's House

Party

2 PM Big Payoff

2:30 Bob Crosby

3 PM Brighter Day

3:15 Secret Storm

3:30 Edge Of Night

4 PM Valiant Lady (delay from 11 AM)

4:15 Helen Parris (local)

5 PM Movie Matinee (title not given)

6 PM Weather, Sports, News

6:15 Douglas Edwards With The News

6:30 Brave Eagle

7 PM Arthur Godfrey And His Friends

8 PM Millionaire (Vanessa Brown plays a

"vivacious secretary" whose fiance

becomes suspicious after Michael

Anthony hands her the million-dollar

check. Since she can't tell him where

she got the money until they are married,


he thinks she's up to no good when she

starts flaunting her newfound wealth.)

8:30 I've Got A Secret

9 PM 20th Century-Fox Hour

10 PM I Spy (not Cosby and Culp--this is an

anthology series hosted by Raymond Massey)

10:30 Mr. District Attorney

11 PM News; Les Paul And Mary Ford

11:15 Broadway Star Theater

sign off 11:45 PM

WLW-A Ch. 11 (ABC)

8:30 Thoughts For Today; Cartoons

9 AM Fun With Fran

10 AM School Days

10:30 Mary Moore (local)

11 AM Movie: "Blonde For A Day"

12 N News; Weather

12:15 Miss Boo

1 PM Surprise Party

2 PM ABC Afternoon Film Festival

4 PM Movie: "West Of The Rio Grande"

5 PM Mickey Mouse Club


6 PM Buffalo Bill Jr.

6:30 Disneyland

7:30 MGM Parade (Gene Kelly is showcased)

8 PM Masquerade Party

8:30 Break The Bank

9 PM Wednesday Night Fights: World lightweight

champ Wallace (Bud) Smith vs. Joe Brown,

10 rounds, nontitle fight, from Houston

9:45 Do It Yourself

10 PM News; Weather

10:15 Lee Roy Abernathy

10:30 Movie: "Iron Crown"

sign off 11:30 PM

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Retro: Primetime around Georgia Thursday, July 11, 1974

All Atlanta stations and VHFs from the rest of

the state and Greenville, SC. From the Atlanta

Constitution; listings run 7 PM-sign off:

WSB Ch. 2 Atlanta (NBC)

7 PM NBC News

7:30 Wild Wild World Of Animals

8 PM Mac Davis Show (PREMIERE)


9 PM Ironside

10 PM Dean Martin's Comedy World

11 PM News

11:30 Tonight Show

1 AM Tomorrow

2 AM News

WRBL Ch. 3 Columbus, GA (CBS)

7 PM News

7:30 All In The Family

8 PM The Waltons

9 PM CBS Movie: "The Chairman"

11 PM News

11:30 CBS Movie: title not given

WSAV Ch. 3 Savannah (NBC)

7 PM News

7:30 Dragnet

8 PM Mac Davis Show

9 PM Ironside

10 PM Dean Martin's Comedy World

11 PM News

11:30 Tonight Show


WFBC Ch. 4 Greenville, SC (NBC)

7 PM What's My Line?

7:30 Hollywood Squares

8 PM Mac Davis Show

9 PM Ironside

10 PM Dean Martin's Comedy World

11 PM News

11:30 Tonight Show

1 AM Tomorrow

WAGA Ch. 5 Atlanta (CBS)

7 PM CBS News

7:30 Price Is Right

8 PM The Waltons

9 PM CBS Movie: "The Chairman"

11 PM News

11:30 Movie: "Made In Italy"

WJBF Ch. 6 Augusta (ABC/NBC)

7 PM Hee Haw

8 PM Chopper One
8:30 Firehouse

9 PM Kung Fu

10 PM Streets Of San Francisco

11 PM News

11:30 Tonight Show

WGTV Ch. 8 Athens/Atlanta (PBS)

7 PM Yoga For Health

7:30 University News

7:45 Making Things Work

8 PM Evening At Pops

9 PM Jazz a la Montreux

10:30 Journey To Japan

WTVM Ch. 9 Columbus, GA (ABC)

7 PM Truth Or Consequences

7:30 Partridge Family

8 PM Chopper One

8:30 Firehouse

9 PM Kung Fu

10 PM Streets Of San Francisco

11 PM News

11:30 ABC Wide World Of Entertainment


1 AM News

1:10 Leighton Ford

WALB Ch. 10 Albany, GA (NBC)

7 PM Lawrence Welk

8 PM Mac Davis Show

9 PM Ironside

10 PM Dean Martin's Comedy World

11 PM News

11:30 Tonight Show

WTOC Ch. 11 Savannah (CBS)

7 PM To Tell The Truth

7:30 Truth Or Consequences

8 PM The Waltons

9 PM CBS Movie: "The Chairman"

11 PM News

11:30 CBS Movie

WXIA Ch. 11 Atlanta (ABC)

7 PM Concentration

7:30 To Tell The Truth


8 PM Chopper One

8:30 Firehouse

9 PM Kung Fu

10 PM Streets Of San Francisco

11 PM News

11:40 Mission: Impossible

12:40 ABC Wide World Of Entertainment

2:10 News

WRDW Ch. 12 Augusta (CBS/NBC)

7 PM To Tell The Truth

7:30 Truth Or Consequences

8 PM The Waltons

9 PM WFL Football: New York Stars

at Jacksonville Sharks

12 M News (time approximate)

12:30 Movie: title not listed

WMAZ Ch. 13 Macon (CBS/ABC)

7 PM Truth Or Consequences

7:30 Partridge Family

8 PM The Waltons

9 PM Movie: "Our Man In Havana"


11 PM News

11:30 CBS Movie

WTCG Ch. 17 Atlanta (Ind.)

7 PM Rifleman

7:30 Andy Griffith

8 PM Wild Wild West

9 PM WFL Football: New York at

Jacksonville

12 M Movie: "A Connecticut Yankee

In King Arthur's Court" (time

approximate)

2 AM Movie: "Bigamist"

WETV Ch. 30 Atlanta (PBS)

7 PM Behind The Lines

8 PM Evening At Pops

9 PM Jazz a la Montreux

10:30 Journey To Japan

11 PM Aviation Weather

WHAE Ch. 46 Atlanta (Ind.)


7 PM Mayberry RFD

7:30 Circus

8 PM 700 Club

10 PM Teach-In

11 PM Mayberry RFD

11:30 Honeymooners

12 M News

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Re: Retro: Primetime around Georgia Thursday, July 11, 1974

>

> 7 PM Hee Haw

> 8 PM Chopper One

"Chopper One" was Dirk Benedict's first series. He later went on to appear in "Battlestar
Galactica"(also on ABC) and "The A-Team(on NBC).

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"Always on the move." Obi-Wan Kenobi in Revenge Of the Sith</P>

Retro:Cleveland Daytime (NET and Independents) April 20-24, 1970


From TV Guide:

WJAN 17 Canton

All Movie Information on channel 17 comes from the Canton Repository-As TV Guide listed all of
17's Movies as "To Be Announced"

10:30 Milton The Milkman-Children

11AM Ronnee Furman-Veteran Canton Radio personality with WOIO 1060 and WHBC 1480.

Noon MWF Available Jobs

TuTh To Be Announced

12:20 MWF Louisville Speaks-Perhaps an editorial comment from a Louisville resident Louisville
Ohio was the actual location of Channel 17.

12:25 Paul Harvey

12:30 Movie-Monday-Duel In The Sun 1947

Tuesday East Of Eden 1955

Wednesday Fiend Who Walked The West 1958

Thursday First Traveling Saleslady 1956

Friday Freckles 1960

2:30 Heres Barbara-Barbara Coleman of Washington DC was host of the syndicated program

3PM Big Valley

4PM Alfred Alligator-Children

5PM Mon.-Thur.-Fri.-Jerry Edwards

Was on 17 in its early days doing several shows..For many years now has been Morning host and
Basketball Play By Play man for WRVL-FM Lynchburg, Va.-Liberty University

Tuesday-Gospel Singing
Wednesday-Wrestling

5:55 Paul Harvey

6PM News

6:30 Ben Werk-Local Interview Program

7:30 Big Valley

WVIZ 25 NET Cleveland

11:15 Sesame Street

4PM Wed. Thur. Food For Life

4:30 Sesame Street

5:30 Misterogers

6PM Mon. Through Thurs. Whats New

Friday Senatorial Debate-To 7:30

6:30 Mon. Insight-Religious Drama

Tues. Put It In Writing

Wed. Developing Communication Skills

Thurs. Quantitative Approach

7PM Mon. Washington Review


Tues., Thurs. Tonight School

Wed. Earth Day (One of the First "Earth Day" Observances was this week)

WUAB 43 Cleveland

11AM It Is Written

11:30 Underdog

Noon Bugs Bunny

12:30 Barnaby-Linn Sheldon

1PM Bob Mc Lean-Variety

2PM Movie-Monday Outpost In Malaya 1952

Tuesday April Showers 1948

Wednesday God's Country and The Woman 1937

Thursday Money And The Woman 1940

Friday Knockout 1941

3:30 Bugs Bunny

4PM Spiderman

4;30 Marine Boy

5PM Speed Racer

5:30 Lost In Space

6:30 Patty Duke

7PM Gilligan's Island


WKBF 61 Cleveland

11AM Jack LaLanne

11:30 Dennis The Menace-Jay North

Noon Cartoons

1PM Movie Monday They Came To Blow Up America 1943

Tuesday Mr. Ace 1946

Wednesday Tangier 1946

Thursday Security Risk 1954

Friday Sunday Dinner For A Soldier 1944

2:30 Mr. Ed

3PM Huckleberry Hound

3:30 Alvin

4PM Rocket Robin Hood

4:30 Flintstones

5PM Little Rascals

5:30 Addams Family

6PM I Love Lucy

6:30 McHale's Navy

7PM Dick Van Dyke

Retro: Los Angeles Indies May 13, 1965

Source: Los Angeles Times


Thursday May 13, 1965

5--KTLA

9 am- The Market Place

9:15- For Kids Only

9:30- Romper Room

10:30- Movie: History Is Made At Night (1937)

12 noon- World Adventures

12:30- Topper

1 pm- Ray Milland

1:30- Burns and Allen

2 pm- Peter Gunn

2:30- The Thin Man

3 pm- Movie: Minesweeper (1943)

4:30- News

5 pm- Shebang

6 pm- Forest Rangers

6:30- Leave It To Beaver

7 pm- Rifleman

7:30- It's A Small World

8 pm- Movie: Night and the City (1950)

10 pm- News

10:30- Guest Shot

11 pm- Movie: My Darling Clementine (1946)


9--KHJ

7:45- Cartoons

8 am- The Pancake Man

8:30- Big Babysitter

10 am- Movie: Flight Commander (1930)

11:30- Spectrum

12 noon- Film Drama

1 pm- Movie: Flight Angel (1940)

2:30- 9 On The Line

3:30- The Great Zolar

4:30- Engineer Bill

5:30- People's Choice

6 pm- 9th Street West

7 pm- Fractured Flickers

7:30- Special '65: Will Rogers Jr. hosts the story of Henry Ford.

8:30- Movie: Gorilla At Large (1954)

10:15- News

10:30- Playhouse Nine

11 pm- Movie: Crime Of Passion (1957)

12:45- News

1 am- Movie: Flight Commander (1930)

11--KTTV
7 am- The Meaning Of Communism

7:30- Hobo Kelly

9 am- Jack La Lanne

9:30- Best Of Groucho

10 am- Movie: Invitation (1952)

11:30- Sheriff John

12:30- Movie: When Ladies Meet (1940)

2:30- Movie: Happy Land (1943)

4 pm- Hobo Kelly

5 pm- Billy Barty and The Three Stooges

5:30- Mickey Mouse Club

6 pm- Winchell-Mahoney Time

7 pm- Bachelor Father

7:30- One Step Beyond

8 pm- The Great War

8:30- Phil Silvers

9 pm- Thriller

10 pm- News

11 pm- Merv Griffin

12:30- Movie: Folly To Be Wise (1953)

2 am- Movies-All Night:

Fort Yuma

Young Wives' Tale

A Yank on the Burma Road


13--KCOP

9 am- News

9:15- Guidepost

10:15- Movie: The Blonde Comet (1941)

11:30- Star Showcase

12 noon- Robin Hood

12:30- Letters to Manager

1 pm- Movie: Something for the Boys (1944)

3 pm- Rocky and Friends

3:15- Felix The Cat

4 pm- Fleix and Courageous Cat

4:45- Rocky and His Friends

5 pm- Lloyd Thaxton

6 pm- Ruff 'n' Reddy

6:30- Yogi Bear

7 pm- Passport To Travel

7:30- True Adventure

8 pm- Survival

8:30- Polynesian Paradise--Special Bill Burrud visits the Polynesian Cultural Center of Hawaii for a
look at its cultures and native crafts.

10 pm- Vagabond

10:30- News

11 pm- Movie: Lady Possessed (1952)

12:30- Movie: Corregidor (1943)


22--KPOL

5:30 pm- Tactical Air Force For Peace

5:55- Movie: The Phantom Plainsmen

7 pm- Trouble With Father

7:30- Fisher Family

8 pm- Overseas Adventure

8:30- All Star Theater

9 pm- Movie: Who Killed Girl Peston? (1938)

10:10- Loneliest Road

10:30- For Your Information

11 pm- Holiday

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Re: Retro: Los Angeles Indies May 13, 1965

I believe this is the first set of Los Angeles listings that we've ever had including 22 before it
became all-business news KWHY.

> 22--KPOL

> 5:30 pm- Tactical Air Force For Peace

> 5:55- Movie: The Phantom Plainsmen

> 7 pm- Trouble With Father

> 7:30- Fisher Family

> 8 pm- Overseas Adventure


> 8:30- All Star Theater

> 9 pm- Movie: Who Killed Girl Peston? (1938)

> 10:10- Loneliest Road

> 10:30- For Your Information

> 11 pm- Holiday

<P ID="signature">______________

</P>

Retro: The I-85 corridor network affiliates Saturday, August 18, 1979

From the Charlotte Observer for Carolina stations,

the Atlanta Constitution for Atlanta stations. The

Observer has 24-hour schedules; the Constitution,

7 AM-1 AM (or later in some cases).

Note that the NBC affiliate for Raleigh/Durham,

WPTF/28, is not included, as it was not in the

Observer's listings.

RALEIGH/DURHAM

WRAL Ch. 5 (ABC)


7 AM Kids Are People Too

8 AM Fangface

8:30 Scooby's All-Stars

10 AM Partners Auction (fundraiser for a

group that works with underprivileged

young people)

12 M News

12:30 Movie: "Dinosaurus"

WTVD Ch. 11 (CBS)

6:30 Summer Semester

7 AM Superman

7:30 My Three Sons

8 AM All-New Popeye Hour

9 AM Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Show

10:30 Tarzan And The Super 7

12 N Space Academy

12:30 Fat Albert And The Cosby Kids

1 PM Soul Train

2 PM Movie: "Slaughterhouse Five"

4 PM PGA Golf: Westchester Classic

(Third Round)

5 PM CBS Sports Spectacular: The

Travers Stakes
6 PM News

6:30 Reflections

7 PM Hee Haw

8 PM Bad News Bears

8:30 CBS Movie: "Logan's Run"

11 PM News

11:30 Movie: "Lady Ice"

GREENSBORO/WINSTON-SALEM/HIGH POINT

WFMY Ch. 2 (CBS)

7 AM Hot Fudge

7:30 Battle Of The Planets

8 AM All-New Popeye Hour

9 AM Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Show

10:30 Tarzan And The Super 7

12 N Space Academy

12:30 Fat Albert And The Cosby Kids

1 PM Kidsworld

1:30 CBS Saturday Film Festival

2 PM Nashville On The Road

2:30 Pop! Goes The Country

3 PM That Nashville Music

3:30 Next Step Beyond


4 PM Westchester Classic

5 PM TBA

6 PM News

6:30 CBS News

7 PM Redskins Pre-Season Game

at Atlanta Falcons

NOTE: Two NFC teams, a CBS affiliate, but

CBS is not showing this game. This is from

the Redskins network (North Carolina was

Redskin country before the Panthers). Ch.

17 in Atlanta had the game on tape at midnight,

using Falcons' announcers.

10 PM Hee Haw (time approximate)

11 PM News

11:30 Movie: "None But The Brave"

WGHP Ch. 8 (ABC)

6 AM Tennessee Tuxedo

6:30 Devlin

7 AM Marlo And The Magic Movie

Machine

7:30 Jetsons
8 AM Fangface

8:30 Scooby's All-Stars

10 AM Challenge Of The Superfriends

11:30 Bigfoot And Wildboy

12 N All-New Pink Panther

12:30 American Bandstand

1:30 Soul Train

2:30 Donna Fargo (2 episodes)

3:30 Hee Haw Honeys

4 PM World Wide Wrestling

5 PM Wide World Of Sports

6:30 When, Jenny, When? (young people's

special)

7 PM Lawrence Welk

8 PM Carol And Company

9 PM NFL Preseason: Houston Oilers at

Dallas Cowboys

12 M News (time approximate)

12:30 Movie: "My Son The Vampire"

2:45 Help Yourself

WXII Ch. 12 (NBC)

6:30 For You, Black Woman

7 AM Scrunch
7:30 Big Blue Marble

8 AM Alvin And The Chipmunks

8:30 Fantastic Four

9 AM Godzilla Super 90

10:30 Daffy Duck

11 AM New Fred And Barney Show

11:30 Jetsons

12 N Buford And The Galloping Ghost

12:30 Fabulous Funnies

1 PM Ironside

2 PM Baseball: Chicago White Sox at

Boston Red Sox

5 PM Mid Atlantic Wrestling (time approximate)

6 PM News

6:30 Report To The People

7 PM $1.98 Beauty Show

7:30 Name That Tune

8 PM Movie: "Paint Your Wagon"

11 PM News

11:30 Saturday Night Live (Walter Matthau

is host)

1 AM World Championship Tennis

2 AM Win The Jam

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WBTV Ch. 3 (CBS)

7 AM Treehouse Club

7:30 Marlo And The Magic Movie

Machine

8 AM All-New Popeye Hour

9 AM Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Show

10:30 Tarzan And The Super 7

12 N Space Academy

12:30 Fat Albert And The Cosby Kids

1 PM Ark II

1:30 CBS Saturday Film Festival

2 PM Donna Fargo

2:30 Hee Haw Honeys

3 PM Mid-Atlantic Wrestling

4 PM Westchester Classic

5 PM Travers Stakes

6 PM News

6:30 CBS News

7 PM Redskins-Falcons

10 PM Lawrence Welk (time approximate)

11 PM News

11:30 Movie: "The Legend Of Lizzie Borden"

1:30 With This Ring


WSOC Ch. 9 (ABC)

6:15 Mr. Magoo

6:30 Flipper

7 AM Kids Are People Too

8 AM Fangface

8:30 Scooby's All-Stars

10 AM Challenge Of The Superfriends

11:30 Kidsworld

12 N All-New Pink Panther

12:30 American Bandstand

1:30 Road Atlanta

2 PM Great America

2:30 Soccer: NASL Playoffs--Chicago

at Ft. Lauderdale

5 PM Wide World Of Sports (time approximate)

6:30 News

7 PM WSOC Special: Children's World Theatre

7:30 Gong Show

8 PM Carol And Company

9 PM Oilers-Cowboys

12 M News (time approximate)

12:30 Miss Black Universe Pageant

2:30 ABC News


WRET Ch. 36 (NBC)

7 AM Three Stooges And Pals

7:30 Bay City Rollers

8 AM Alvin And The Chipmunks

8:30 Fantastic Four

9 AM Godzilla Super 90

10:30 Daffy Duck

11 AM New Fred And Barney Show

11:30 Jetsons

12 N Buford And The Galloping Ghost

12:30 Fabulous Funnies

1 PM World Wide Wrestling

2 PM White Sox-Red Sox

5 PM American Lifestyles (time approximate)

5:30 The Racers

6 PM News

6:30 NBC News

7 PM Kicks (dance party)

8 PM BJ And The Bear

9:30 NBC Movie: "Who Is Killing The

Stunt Men?"

11 PM News

11:30 Saturday Night Live


1 AM Star Trek

2 AM Movie: "X The Unknown"

3:30 Movie: "Broken Arrow"

5 AM Movie: "No Name On The Bullet"

GREENVILLE/SPARTANBURG/ASHEVILLE

WFBC Ch. 4 (NBC)

6 AM Ag-USA

6:30 Agriculture In Action

7 AM Hot Fudge

7:30 Bay City Rollers

8 AM Alvin And The Chipmunks

8:30 Fantastic Four

9 AM Godzilla Super 90

10:30 Rascals' Clubhouse

11 AM New Fred And Barney Show

11:30 Jetsons

12 N Porter Wagoner

12:30 Nashville On The Road

1 PM Mid-Atlantic Wrestling

2 PM White Sox-Red Sox

5 PM Tarzan (time approximate)

6 PM News
6:30 Winning Is Everything

8 PM BJ And The Bear

9:30 NBC Movie: "Who Is Killing

The Stunt Men?"

11 PM News

11:30 Saturday Night Live

1 AM Don Kirshner's Rock Concert

WSPA Ch. 7 (CBS)

5:30 Summer Semester

6 AM Here And Now

6:30 Awareness '79

7 AM Clemson Today

7:30 Confabulation

8 AM All-New Popeye Hour

9 AM Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Show

10:30 Tarzan And The Super 7

12 N Space Academy

12:30 Fat Albert And The Cosby Kids

1 PM Please Stand By

1:30 Movie: "How To Frame A Figg"

4 PM Westchester Classic

5 PM Pop! Goes The Country

5:30 Marty Robbins' Spotlight


6 PM News

6:30 CBS News

7 PM Hee Haw

8 PM Bad News Bears

8:30 CBS Movie: "Logan's Run"

11 PM News

11:30 Movie: "Dark Corner"

WLOS Ch. 13 (ABC)

6:30 America's Problems And

Challenges

7 AM Mr. Bill's Weekend

8 AM Fangface

8:30 Scooby's All-Stars

10 AM Challenge Of The Superfriends

11:30 Bigfoot And Wildboy

12 N Juke Box (Twiggy, host)

12:30 American Bandstand

1:30 Movie: "Night Key"

3 PM Wild Kingdom

3:30 Star Trek

4:30 Muppet Show

5 PM Wide World Of Sports

6:30 Wild Kingdom


7 PM Lawrence Welk

8 PM Liberty Mutual

9 PM Oilers-Cowboys

12 M News (time approximate)

12:30 World Wide Wrestling

ATLANTA

WSB Ch. 2 (NBC)

7 AM Movie: "Secret Treasures"

8 AM Alvin And The Chipmunks

8:30 Fantastic Four

9 AM Godzilla Super 90

10:30 Super 2

11 AM New Fred And Barney Show

11:30 Jetsons

12 N News

12:30 Meet'n Place

1 PM Tarzan

2 PM White Sox-Red Sox

5 PM Great America (time approximate)

5:30 Wild Kingdom

6 PM News

6:30 Saturday Extra


7 PM Hee Haw

8 PM BJ And The Bear

9:30 NBC Movie: "Who Is Killing

The Stunt Men?"

11 PM News

11:30 Saturday Night Live

1 AM Movie: "Doctor Faustus"

3 AM News

WAGA Ch. 5 (CBS)

7 AM 4-H Hour

7:30 Marlo And The Magic Movie

Machine

8 AM All-New Popeye Hour

9 AM Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Show

10:30 Tarzan And The Super 7

12 N News

12:30 Kidsworld

1 PM Ark II

1:30 CBS Saturday Film Festival

2 PM Fat Albert And The Cosby Kids

2:30 NFL Great Teams, Great Years

3 PM Soul Train

4 PM Westchester Classic
5 PM Travers Stakes

6 PM News

6:30 CBS News

7 PM Muppet Show

7:30 $1.98 Beauty Show

8 PM Bad News Bears

8:30 CBS Movie: "Logan's Run"

11 PM News

11:30 Movie: "Suddenly Last Summer"

WXIA Ch. 11 (ABC)

7 AM Ebony Journal

7:30 Animals, Animals, Animals

8 AM Fangface

8:30 Scooby's All-Stars

10 AM Challenge Of The Superfriends

11:30 Bigfoot And Wildboy

12 N George Of The Jungle

12:30 American Bandstand

1:30 All-New Pink Panther

2 PM TBA

2:30 Soccer: Chicago-Ft. Lauderdale

5 PM Wide World Of Sports (time approximate)

6:30 News
7 PM In Search Of...

7:30 11 Alive Responds

8 PM Carol And Company

9 PM Oilers-Cowboys

12 M News (time approximate)

12:30 Movie: "The Rose Tattoo"

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Re: Retro: The I-85 corridor network affiliates Saturday, August 18, 1979

>

>

>

> GREENSBORO/WINSTON-SALEM/HIGH POINT

>

> WGHP Ch. 8 (ABC)

>

>

> 2:30 Donna Fargo (2 episodes)

>
> I didn't know that Donna Fargo had her own syndicated country music show. For many who
don't know who Donna Fargo is,she sang Happiest Girl In The Whole U.S.A. and Funny Face
among many many others.

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Re: Retro: The I-85 corridor network affiliates Saturday, August 18, 1979

>>

>>

>>

> > GREENSBORO/WINSTON-SALEM/HIGH POINT

>>

> > WGHP Ch. 8 (ABC)

>>

>>

> > 2:30 Donna Fargo (2 episodes)

>>

> > I didn't know that Donna Fargo had her own syndicated

> country music show. For many who don't know who Donna Fargo

> is,she sang Happiest Girl In The Whole U.S.A. and Funny Face

> among many many others.

>

Her Show was produced by Alan Osmond of the Osmond Brothers..Who also produced several
other variety shows of the late 1970's.
http://www.osmond.com/alan/bigal.html

Retro: San Francisco independents, Thursday, May 27, 1976

(Source: Oakland Tribune)

KTVU (2)

AM

7 Porky And Friends

8 Lassie

8:30 Romper Room

9 Nanny And The Professor

9:30 That Girl

10 Movie: Battle Hell

PM

12 Bonanza

1 Movie: The Young Land

3 Bugs And Popeye

3:30 Gilligans Island

4 Batman

4:30 Lone Ranger

5 Partridge Family

5:30 Bewitched

6 Star Trek

7 Baseball: San Francisco Giants at San Diego Padres (Padres won 3-1)
9:30 Love, American Style

10 News

11 Sgt. Bilko

11:30 Honeymooners

12 Untouchables

KEMO 20

AM

7:30 Stock Market

8 N.Y. Stock Exchange Update

8:30 Market Place

9 Wall Street Roundtable

PM

12 700 Club

1:30 Right On

2 Bozos Big Top

3 Spanish Novela (as listed on schedule)

4 Spanish Novela

5 Spanish Novela

5:30 News

6:30 Spanish Novela

7:30 Spanish Novela

8 Spanish Novela

9 Spanish Musical Variety

10 Spanish Musical Variety


11 700 Club

KVSF 38

PM

3:30 PTL Club

5:30 Davey And Goliath

6 Christ The Living Word

7 High Adventure

7:30 Patten Bible College

8 Gospel Call Hour

9 Living Faith

10 PTL Club

KBHK 44

AM

11 Not For Women Only

11:30 News Talk

PM

12 Leave It To Beaver

12:30 Movie: The Cheaters

2 Underdog

2:30 Huck And Yogi

3 Popeye

3:30 Superman

4 Flintstones
4:30 Three Stooges

5 Little Rascals

5:30 Monkees

6 Brady Bunch

6:30 Adam-12

7 Hogans Heroes Hour (as listed)

8 Dinah! (guests Rod Steiger, David Frost, Charley Pride, Sylvers and Dave & Sugar)

9:30 Best Of Groucho

10 It Takes A Thief

11 Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman

11:30 Dark Shadows

12 Night Gallery Hour

Retro: San Jose, Thursday, May 27, 1976

(Source: Oakland Tribune)

KNTV 11 (ABC)

AM

6 When The Circuit Breaks

6:30 Its Your Business

7 Good Morning, America

9 That Girl

9:30 Courtship of Eddies Father

10 I Dream Of Jeannie

10:30 Happy Days


11 Rhyme And Reason

11:30 Break The Bank

PM

12 Edge Of Night

12:30 All My Children

1 Ryans Hope

1:30 Lets Make A Deal

2 $20,000 Pyramid

2:30 One Life To Live

3 General Hospital

3:30 Ironside

4:30 Adam-12

5 News

5:30 News (doesnt specify if ABC or local)

6 Movie: Secret of the Incas

8 Welcome Back, Kotter

8:30 Barney Miller

9 Streets Of San Francisco

10 ABC News Close-Up: American Schools: Flunking The Test

11 News

11:30 Mannix

12:30 Magician

1:45 Movie: The Egg And I

3:50 Movie: You Gotta Stay Happy


KGSC 36

AM

9 Movie: The Thing (repeated at 3:30 p.m.)

11 Public Affairs

11:30 Yoga

PM

12 Movie: Shoot To Kill

2 Mike Douglas

3:30 Movie: The Thing

5:30 Get Smart

6 Movie: Pin-Up Girl

8 Movie: Lucky To Be A Woman

10 Merv Griffin (guests Eva Gabor, Jack Cassidy, Dody Goodman, Tom Bresh and Prof. Irwin
Corey)

11:30 Movie: Marry Me Again

1 Movie: Love From A Stranger

2:45 Movie: Lost Moment

4:15 Movie: She Couldnt Say No

KTEH 54 (PBS)

PM

3 Election Today, 1976

4 Carrascolendos

4:30 Mr. Rogers Neighborhood

5 Sesame Street

6 Electric Company
6:30 Lilias, Yoga And You

7 Black Perspective On The News

7:30 Elections 76: San Jose City Council

8 Nova

9 The Olympiad

10 Austin City Limits

11 Captioned News

Retro: Tampa/Jax/Orlando/Ft. Myers, Thursday, August 8, 1957

I'm back. Finally, a Florida State edition of TV Guide showed up on eBay. Note that Florida was
not observing DST in 1957...

Channel 8, WFLA-TV (NBC), Tampa

7:00 Today

7:25 Fishing News (Bobby Hicks)

7:30 Today

7:55 RFD Florida

8:00 Today

8:55 Local News

9:00 Home

10:00 Looking at Cooking

10:30 Truth or Consequences

11:00 Tic Tac Dough

11:30 It Could Be You

12:00 Ybor City Alcalde Election (Special, pre-empting noon movie; "alcalde" = honorary mayor
of the Ybor City district of Tampa)

1:30 Bride and Groom

2:00 Matinee Theater ("The Invisible Man")

3:00 Queen for a Day

3:45 Modern Romances

4:00 Dear Phoebe

4:30 Major Jack (Jack Stir)

5:00 Circle 8 Ranch (Tumbleweed Thomas introduces "Oh! Susanna")

6:00 Little Rascals

6:30 News, Weather, Sports

6:45 NBC News (Huntley/Brinkley)

7:00 You Bet Your Life

7:30 Dragnet

8:00 People's Chice

8:30 High Low

9:00 Lux Video Theatre

10:00 Highway Patrol

10:30 News (Bob Stanton)

10:40 Movie ("You Were Never Lovelier") (not sure if this was one-time-only or a regular
Thursday movie time slot, but Jack Paar aired every other night this week)

Channel 13, WTVT (CBS), Tampa

6:40 Florida Farmer

6:55 News, Weather

7:00 Jimmy Dean


7:45 CBS News (Richard Hottelet)

7:55 Fishing (Sol Fleishman)

8:00 Captain Kangaroo

8:45 CBS News (Richard Hottelet)

8:55 Local News

9:00 Fred Waring

9:30 Arthur Godfrey

10:30 Strike It Rich

11:00 Valiant Lady

11:15 Love of Life

11:30 Search for Tomorrow

11:45 Guiding Light

12:00 CBS News (Walter Cronkite)

12:10 News (Roger Sharp)

12:20 Most Interesting Person

12:30 As the World Turns

1:00 Our Miss Brooks

1:30 Art Linkletter's House Party

2:00 The Big Payoff

2:30 Bob Crosby

3:00 Brighter Day

3:15 Secret Storm

3:30 Edge of Night

4:00 Movie ("Stranger on the Prowl")

5:30 Popeye Playhouse


6:00 News (Dick John)

6:15 CBS News (Douglas Edwards)

6:30 Weather (Charles Stump)

6:40 Sports (Guy Bagli)

6:50 Fishing (Sol Fleishman)

7:00 Sgt. Preston

7:30 Climax!

8:30 Playhouse 90

10:00 Name That Tune

10:30 The Bob Cummings Show

11:00 News (Wayne Fariss)

11:15 Sports (Paul Reynolds)

11:20 Weather (Charles Stump)

11:30 Movie ("Stranger on the Prowl")

Channel 38, WSUN-TV (ABC), St. Petersburg

1:55 News

2:00 American Bandstand

3:30 Fran Ratteree (Variety)

4:00 Trouble with Father

4:30 Firehouse Frolics

5:00 Mickey Mouse Club

6:00 Capt. Mac (Kids)

6:30 Superman
7:00 Cartoon Carnival (Kids)

7:30 Waterfront

8:00 Theater Time

8:30 Ernie Lee's Ranch (Music)

9:00 Film Feature

9:30 Liberace

10:00 News, Weather, Sports

10:30 Movie ("Message to Garcia")

Channel 4, WMBR-TV (CBS/ABC), Jacksonville

7:00 Jimmy Dean

7:45 News, Weather

8:00 Captain Kangaroo

8:45 News, Weather

9:00 Fred Waring

9:30 Arthur Godfrey

10:30 Strike It Rich

11:00 Valiant Lady

11:15 Love of Life

11:30 Search for Tomorrow

11:45 Guiding Light

12:00 News (Bill Grove)

12:10 Stand Up and Be Counted

12:30 As the World Turns


1:00 Our Miss Brooks

1:30 Art Linkletter's House Party

2:00 The Big Payoff

2:30 Bob Crosby

3:00 Brighter Day

3:15 Secret Storm

3:30 Edge of Night

4:00 Open House (Variety)

5:00 Mickey Mouse Club

6:00 News (Bill Grove)

6:05 Sports (Dick Stratton)

6:10 Weather (Claude Taylor)

6:15 CBS News (Douglas Edwards)

6:30 The Lone Ranger

7:00 Science Fiction Theater

7:30 Climax!

8:30 Playhouse 90

10:00 Celebrity Playhouse

10:30 Crunch and Des

11:00 News (Bill Blackburn)

11:10 Weather (Norm Davis)

11:15 Sports (Dick Stratton)

11:20 Movie ("Time to Kill")

12:45 News
Channel 36, WJHP-TV (NBC/ABC), Jacksonville

6:55 Farm, Home Report

7:00 Today

9:00 Home

10:00 The Price Is Right

10:30 Truth or Consequences

11:00 Tic Tac Dough

11:30 It Could Be You

12:00 Tex and Jinx

12:30 Club 60

1:30 Bride and Groom

2:00 Matinee Theater

3:45 Modern Romances

4:00 Dear Phoebe

4:30 Chit Chat (Shirley Jeanne)

4:45 News (Dick Fellows)

5:00 Movie (western)

6:00 TV Journal

6:10 Weather (Shirley Jeanne)

6:15 ABC News (John Daly)

6:30 Andy Williams-June Valli (Songs)

6:45 NBC News (Huntley/Brinkley)

7:00 You Bet Your Life

7:30 Dragnet
8:00 People's Choice

8:30 High Low

9:00 Bowling for the Family

9:30 Theater Time

10:00 Timely Topics

10:15 Tonight! (Jack Paar)

12:00 News, Weather

Channel 2, WESH-TV (Ind.), Daytona Beach

4:00 Here and There

4:30 Your All Star Theater

5:00 Around the Town

5:15 Movie ("Guns in the Dark")

6:25 Sen. Smathers Report

6:30 Weather (Deanie Cates)

6:35 Market Reports

6:40 Sports (Charles Shaw)

6:50 News (Joe Smedley)

7:00 Movie ("Friendly Enemies")

9:00 Your All Star Theater

9:30 Movie ("The Sign of the Ram")

11:00 News, Meditation

Channel 6, WDBO-TV (CBS/NBC/ABC), Orlando


7:00 Jimmy Dean

7:45 CBS News (Richard Hottelet)

7:55 Local News

8:00 Captain Kangaroo

8:45 CBS News (Richard Hottelet)

8:55 Local News

9:00 Fred Waring

9:30 My Little Margie

10:00 The Price Is Right

10:30 Strike It Rich

11:00 Valiant Lady

11:15 Love of Life

11:30 Search for Tomorrow

11:45 Guiding Light

12:00 CBS News (Walter Cronkite)

12:10 Stand Up and Be Counted

12:30 As the World Turns

1:00 Eye on the World

1:30 Art Linkletter's House Party

1:45 This Land of Ours

2:00 The Big Payoff

2:30 Eye on the World

2:45 Bob Crosby

3:00 Brighter Day


3:15 Secret Storm

3:30 Edge of Night

4:00 Panorama (Travel)

4:15 Big Sister (Advice)

4:30 Eye on the World

5:00 Uncle Walt (Kids)

5:30 Soldiers of Fortune

6:00 Weather (Bill Berry)

6:05 News (Phil Brook)

6:10 Sports (Don McAllister)

6:15 ABC News (John Daly)

6:30 Hunting and Fishing

6:45 Industry on Parade

7:00 Smart Rhythms (Music)

7:15 Playhouse 15 (Drama)

7:30 Climax!

8:30 Playhouse 90

10:00 You Bet Your Life

10:30 The Bob Cummings Show

11:00 News (Hal Kent)

11:05 Weather (Dan Burton)

11:10 Sports (Hal Kent)

11:15 Sherlock Holmes

Channel 11, WINK-TV (CBS/ABC), Fort Myers


3:00 Industry on Parade

3:15 Secret Storm

3:30 Movie (To Be Announced)

4:45 Lazy Bar Club (Kids)

5:45 Crusader Rabbit

6:00 Guest Book (Frank Nodine)

6:15 CBS News (Douglas Edwards)

6:30 Weather (Vernon Lundquist)

6:35 Sports (Frank Nodine)

6:50 News (Vernon Lundquist)

7:00 Pick the Key (Quiz)

7:30 O. Henry Playhouse

8:00 Movie (To Be Announced)

9:30 Wire Service

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Re: Retro: Tampa/Jax/Orlando/Ft. Myers, Thursday, August 8, 1957

> I'm back. Finally, a Florida State edition of TV Guide

> showed up on eBay. Note that Florida was not observing DST

> in 1957...

And didn't until 1967.

>

> Channel 13, WTVT (CBS), Tampa

>

>

> 7:55 Fishing (Sol Fleishman)

"Salty" Sol was still going strong when I moved to

Tampa in 1973, although he retired before I left

three years later. I still remember his old-time-

radio 1920s-vintage microphone.

>

> 11:00 News (Wayne Fariss)

Is this the Wayne Fariss who was an institution for

many years on Miami's Channel 7?

> 11:15 Sports (Paul Reynolds)

There was a Paul Reynolds who did Action Line on

Atlanta's Channel 11 in the '70s; he also worked

at Channel 5 in Atlanta, IIRC. Wonder if this

is the guy?
>

> Channel 38, WSUN-TV (ABC), St. Petersburg

>

> 8:30 Ernie Lee's Ranch (Music)

Ernie Lee was host of The Breakfast Beat on Tampa's

Channel 13 for many, many years.

>

>

> Channel 4, WMBR-TV (CBS/ABC), Jacksonville

>

>

> 12:00 News (Bill Grove)

Another Sunshine State legend. Florida Trend

magazine in the mid-'70s did an article about

the longevity of him, Ralph Renick (WTVJ Miami),

and Hugh Smith (WTVT Tampa), all of whom had 20-

25 years as anchors in their respective markets.

>

> Channel 2, WESH-TV (Ind.), Daytona Beach

I wonder if Channel 2 got the NBC affiliation

when Channel 9 in Orlando (ABC) came on the air

in February 1958.
>

>

>

> Channel 6, WDBO-TV (CBS/NBC/ABC), Orlando

>>

> 5:00 Uncle Walt (Kids)

Still on the air in the '60s.

>

> 6:00 Weather (Bill Berry)

Likewise.

>

>

>

> Channel 11, WINK-TV (CBS/ABC), Fort Myers

>

>

> 6:30 Weather (Vernon Lundquist)

Could this be Verne Lundquist? If so, he

must have been awfully young at the time.

>

>

Retro: San Francisco network affs., Thursday, May 27, 1976

(Source: Oakland Tribune)


KRON-TV 4 (NBC)

AM

6:30 As Man Behaves

7 Today

9 Celebrity Sweepstakes

9:30 High Rollers

10 Wheel Of Fortune

10:30 Hollywood Squares

11 Somerset

11:30 Take My Advice

PM

12 News

12:30 Days Of Our Lives

1:30 The Doctors

2 Another World

3 Ironside

4 Merv Griffin

5:30 News

6:30 NBC News

7 Truth or Consequences

7:30 Candid Camera

8 Movie: Beyond The Bermuda Triangle

9:30 Special: The Pursuit of Happiness (David Brinkley travels the U.S. talking with individuals
about what makes them happy)

11 News

11:30 Tonight
1 Tomorrow

KPIX 5 (CBS)

AM

6 Summer Semester

6:30 Whats It All About?

7 CBS Morrning News

8 Captain Kangaroo

9 Family Affair

9:30 Kathryn Crosby

10 Gambit

10:30 Love Of Life

11 Young And The Restless

11:30 Search For Tomorrow

PM

12 News

12:30 As The World Turns

1:30 Guiding Light

2 All In The Family

2:30 Match Game

3 Tattletales

3:30 Robert Young, Family Doctor

4:30 Treasure Hunt

5 News (doesn't specify which is CBS)

6 NBA Championship Series (game 2 of 6): Phoenix Suns at Boston Celtics; Celtics won 105-90
8 The Waltons

9 Special: The Presidents: 76 Years On Camera

10 Special Flowers From Horseback (KPIX reporter/anchor Lynne Joiner joined 11 female
members of Congress on a trip to China)

11 News

11:30 CBS Movie: Seven Faces of Dr. Loo

1:30 Rifleman

KGO-TV 7 (ABC)

AM

6:20 News

6:30 Yoga

7 Good Morning, America

9 AM San Francisco

10:30 Happy Days

11 Rhyme And Reason

11:30 Break The Bank

PM

12 Edge Of Night

12:30 All My Children

1 Ryans Hope

1:30 Lets Make A Deal

2 $20,000 Pyramid

2:30 One Life To Live

3 General Hospital

3:30 Movie: The Big Store


5 News (doesnt specify where ABC News was in this 2 1/2-hour block)

7:30 Hollywood Squares

8 Welcome Back, Kotter

8:30 Barney Miller

9 Streets Of San Francisco

10 ABC News Close-Up: American Schools: Flunking The Test

11 News

11:30 Mannix

12:30 Magician

KQED-TV 9 (PBS)

AM

8 Lilias, Yoga And You

8:30 Mr. Rogers Neighborhood

9 Sesame Street

10 Electric Company

11 (not listed)

PM

12 Womantime

2 Womantime

4 Mr. Rogers Neighborhood

4:30 Sesame Street

5:30 Electric Company

6 Zoom

6:30 Alternatives To Depression


7 Crocketts Victory Garden

7:30 News

8:30 Book Beat

9 Evening At The Symphony

10 Tribal Eye

11 News

KCSM-TV 14 (PBS)

AM

8 Mr. Rogers Neighborhood

8:30 Lowell Thomas Remembers 1960

9 Sesame Street

10 Electric Company

10:30 Carrascolendos

11 Consumer Survival Kit

11:30 Nova

PM

12:30 Interaction

1 Book Beat

1:30 Whats Cooking?

2 On Campus

2:30 Lilias, Yoga And You

3 Tribal Eye

4 Mr. Rogers Neighborhood

4:30 Sesame Street


5:30 Electric Company

6 Zoom

6:30 Crocketts Victory Garden

7 As Man Behaves

7:30 Evening Edition

8 News Family Hour

9 Get The Picture

9:30 Contact (followed by signoff)

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> 6 Zoom

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They had Zoom back in 1976?! I wonder how the heck it has managed to last so long, geez

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> (Source: Oakland Tribune)

>

> KGO-TV 7 (ABC)

>>

> 5 News (doesnt specify where ABC News was in this 2

> 1/2-hour block)

>

At the time, didn't all the ABC o&os except WLS Chicago

carry the network news at 7?

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> (Source: Oakland Tribune)

>
> KPIX 5 (CBS)

> AM

> 6 Summer Semester

> 6:30 Whats It All About?

> 7 CBS Morrning News

> 8 Captain Kangaroo

> 9 Family Affair

> 9:30 Kathryn Crosby

> 10 Gambit

> 10:30 Love Of Life

> 11 Young And The Restless

> 11:30 Search For Tomorrow

> PM

> 12 News

> 12:30 As The World Turns

> 1:30 Guiding Light

> 2 All In The Family

> 2:30 Match Game

> 3 Tattletales

> 3:30 Robert Young, Family Doctor

> 4:30 Treasure Hunt

> 5 News (doesn't specify which is CBS)

> 6 NBA Championship Series (game 2 of 6): Phoenix Suns at

> Boston Celtics; Celtics won 105-90

> 8 The Waltons


> 9 Special: The Presidents: 76 Years On Camera

> 10 Special Flowers From Horseback (KPIX reporter/anchor

> Lynne Joiner joined 11 female members of Congress on a trip

> to China)

> 11 News

> 11:30 CBS Movie: Seven Faces of Dr. Loo

> 1:30 Rifleman

KPIX didn't carry "The Price Is Right?" Wasn't during this week (Memorial Day Week) that the
network broadcast the first hour-long episodes of the show?

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TPIR

> KPIX didn't carry "The Price Is Right?"

They were rather famous for not carrying it. When Jim Gabbert owned Channel 20, they carried
TPIR, which was probably the first time the CBS daytime version had been seen in the SF market.

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> They had Zoom back in 1976?! I wonder how the heck it has

> managed to last so long, geez

It hasn't been on the air continuously since 1976; it was out of production for about 20 years
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> > KPIX didn't carry "The Price Is Right?"

>

> They were rather famous for not carrying it. When Jim

> Gabbert owned Channel 20, they carried TPIR, which was

> probably the first time the CBS daytime version had been

> seen in the SF market.

>
I remember 20 airing The Price Is Right along with other shows that KPIX and KRON, when
Channel 4 had NBC shows did not want to carry. In the 80's 20 had The Price Is Right, The
$25,000 Pyramid, Tattletales (the 1982-84 version, not the one that followed Match Game in the
1970's on CBS), Body Language, and Card Sharks all from CBS, plus Fantasy, Another World and
Classic Concentration from NBC.

I guess CBS and NBC chewed out the SF stations for not airing the network daytime shows, and
today KPIX has TPIR.

BTW, did KPIX carry the CBS version of The Joker's Wild?

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> They (5 KPIX)were rather famous for not carrying it. When Jim

> Gabbert owned Channel 20, they carried TPIR, which was

> probably the first time the CBS daytime version had been

> seen in the SF market.

Sounds like some other nearby station I know ... 13 KOVR...except its Guiding Light and not Price
Is Right that is still being preempted.
Actually in 1990 or 1991 10 KXTV (back when they were still a CBS affiliate)dropped Price Is Right
but reinstated it sometime in 1992 but then dropped Guiding Light. When KXTV 10 evicted CBS
for ABC, CBS moved to 13 KOVR without Guiding Light.

Here is where I am dumbfounded. Westinghouse prior to merging with CBS was NOTORIOUS for
preempting programming. WBZ TV 4 Boston as an NBC affiliate did not run Another World from
the mid 80's up until the end when they became a CBS O & O. They also preempted other NBC
daytime game shows and reruns as well as much of NBC's Saturday morning lineup. They had 4
hours of news on Saturday Mornings. But the moment they switched to CBS they carried ALL OF
THEIR SCHEDULE.

KYW TV 3 Philadelphia also preempted plenty of NBC's daytime schedule (but ran all the
soaps)but once they switched to CBS they ran all the CBS shows.

In Pittsburgh 2 KDKA TV preempted from September 1992 to January 1995 CBS News Thios
Morning for Disney cartoons *which is wierd for a Network affiliate to do). But as soon as the
deal with Westinghouse & CBS to affiliate (a year before the official merger)took effect Disney
had moved to 22 WPTT and KDKA then ran the entire CBS lineup.

Channel 5 KPIX seemed to be cutting back on preemptions by 1994 but prior to the merger they
also ran the whole CBS schedule.

I am surpirsed 13 KOVR is not in any rush to run the whole CBS schedule. They say eventually
they will but the question is when. And they have NO answers still. Its been a couple months
thus far.

On the other hand NO PROGRAMMING CHANGES WHATSOEVER HAVE BEEN MADE AT


KOVR...NONE. So all guesses to what happens this fall. My though is some changes will be made
but will this mean clearing the entire CBS schedule? I originally thought yes but now I am not so
sure. I always thought with the exception of Fox Kids in the late 90's and For Kids TV on a few Fox
O & O stations and the exce4ption of a few Cap Cities ABC O & O's from 1986-93..that O & O
EQUALS 100 % CLEARENCE FROM NETWORK....But I guess I am wrong.

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> > They (5 KPIX)were rather famous for not carrying it. When

> Jim

> > Gabbert owned Channel 20, they carried TPIR, which was

> > probably the first time the CBS daytime version had been

> > seen in the SF market.

KDKA/2 Pittsburgh was notorious for not carrying

As The World Turns. For years they had their own

local talk show, Pittsburgh 2Day, at 1:30 and--later--

2 PM when that was ATWT's time slot the first time

(1980-81). But KDKA is a CBS o&o and ATWT is there

now.

>

>
>

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Spreaking of Pittsburgh....

> KDKA/2 Pittsburgh was notorious for not carrying

> As The World Turns. For years they had their own

> local talk show, Pittsburgh 2Day, at 1:30 and--later--

> 2 PM when that was ATWT's time slot the first time

> (1980-81). But KDKA is a CBS o&o and ATWT is there

> now.
Interestingly enough, WPTT-22(Now WCWB) did air "As The World Turns" in the '80s.

But KDKA wasn't the only one in the Steel City that wasn't clearing network fare: WTAE-4 also
had a habit of passing on parts of ABC's lineup(Mostly daytime or late night) for local or
syndicated fare. Likewise with WIIC-11(Now WPXI) when it came to NBC shows(Especially in the
delaying department).

> KDKA/2 Pittsburgh was notorious for not carrying

> As The World Turns. For years they had their own

> local talk show, Pittsburgh 2Day, at 1:30 and--later--

> 2 PM when that was ATWT's time slot the first time

> (1980-81). But KDKA is a CBS o&o and ATWT is there

> now.

CBS and NBC preemptions were not that big of a deal in Pittsburgh for one big reason. In the
Pittsburgh market over the air and on Cable you could get NBC and CBS shows on Channels 7
and 9 out of Wheeling/Stubenville or in other parts of the market you could pick up CBS and
NBC affiliates channels 6 & 10 out of Johnstown/Altoona. To the north you wre out of luck for
some distance until you approach I 80 which by then you pick up Erie stations. But Cable systems
all carried duplicate network affiliate stations back then.

Some ABC programming could be tough to have without cable. Johnston/Altoona had a UHF ABC
stations that did not reach Pittsburgh. Wheeling also had no ABC station so WTAE was the ABC
affiliate for that entire area.

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> (Source: Oakland Tribune)

>

> KCSM-TV 14 (PBS)

>

When did KCSM switch to channel 60? And was KDTV on the air yet?

(For those outside the market, KCSM, broadcasting from the local community College of San
Mateo, now no longer an analog station, broadcatsing only in digital as channel "4.3"...which is
printed as "43" in Bay Area TV listings.)

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Re: TPIR

Dayton didn't see General Hospital for years..apparently, even during the Luke and Laura years,
the ratings didn't hold up locally even when they were great nationwide so WKEF, when they
were ABC the first time, pre-empted it for its cartoon block, and WDTN, when it picked up ABC
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> > (Source: Oakland Tribune)

>>

> > KCSM-TV 14 (PBS)

>>

> When did KCSM switch to channel 60? And was KDTV on the air

> yet?

KDTV went on the air on channel 60 in the late 1960s/early 1970s, IIRC. They swapped channels
with KCSM on channel 14 in 1979 (again, IIRC).

>

> (For those outside the market, KCSM, broadcasting from the

> local community College of San Mateo, now no longer an

> analog station, broadcatsing only in digital as channel

> "4.3"...which is printed as "43" in Bay Area TV listings.)

Not quite correct, Stu.


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> Dayton didn't see General Hospital for years..apparently,

> even during the Luke and Laura years, the ratings didn't

> hold up locally even when they were great nationwide so

> WKEF, when they were ABC the first time, pre-empted it for

> its cartoon block, and WDTN, when it picked up ABC also

> didn't carry it. It's only been reinstated within the past

> couple of years.

WDTN Dayton did not carry One Life To Live or General Hospital for years. One reason was most
people in Dayton could get ABC shows from either 12 WKRC Cincinnati (after 1997 9 WCPO) or 6
out of Columbus Ohio. The Cable systems carried two ABC affiliates until the end of 1999. Then
the cable systems Dayton and north dropped the Cincinnati ABC station 9 WCPO. As a result
cable subscribers no longer had One Life or General Hospital. In the Fall of 2000 WDTN
reinstated General Hospital and in 2001 they put One Life To Live back on.

Still after all this hassel to get WDTN to carry the Soaps they switch to NBC in the Fall of 2003 (or
was it 2004?). ABC then moved to 22 WKEF. At least WKEF runs the entire ABC schedule.

Retro: Atlanta Saturday, October 27, 1973

From the Atlanta Constitution. Schedules

run from 7 AM.

WSB Ch. 2 (NBC)

7 AM Jetsons

7:30 Popeye

9 AM Addams Family (animated)

9:30 Emergency +4

10 AM Butch Cassidy And The

Sundance Kids (animated)

10:30 Star Trek (animated)

11 AM Sigmund And The Sea Monsters

11:30 Pink Panther

12 N News

12:30 Community Dialogue

1 PM This Week In Pro Football

2 PM Movie: "Houdini"

4:30 Kane And Company

5 PM High Chaparral
6 PM News

6:30 NBC News

7 PM Hee Haw

8 PM Emergency!

9 PM NBC Movie: "Chisum"

11 PM News

11:30 Movie: "The Ipcress File"

WAGA Ch. 5 (CBS)

7 AM Tree Talks

7:30 4-H Club

8 AM Flintstones

8:30 Bailey's Comets

9 AM New Scooby-Doo Movies

10 AM My Favorite Martians (animated)

10:30 Jeannie (animated)

11 AM Vision On

11:30 Josie And The Pussycats

12 N Everything's Archie

12:30 Fat Albert And The Cosby Kids

1 PM Return Of The Phoenix

2 PM CBS Children's Classic

3 PM Name Of The Game

4:30 Gold Cup Race


5 PM Soul Train

6 PM News

6:30 CBS News

7 PM National Geographic: "Miss Goodall

And The Wild Chimpanzees"

8 PM All In The Family

8:30 M*A*S*H

9 PM Mary Tyler Moore

9:30 Bob Newhart

10 PM Carol Burnett

11 PM News

11:30 Movie: "Home From The Hills"

WGTV Ch. 8 (PBS)

7 PM Discovery

7:30 Fun And Games

8 PM The Story Of...

8:30 Towards The Year 2000 (be interesting

to see how accurate this show was)

9 PM Wilburn Brothers

9:30 Norman Corwin Theater

10 PM Movie: "Fire Over England"

off 11:30 PM
WQXI Ch. 11 (ABC)

7 AM Ebony Beat Journal

7:30 Weekend Romper Room

8 AM Bugs Bunny

8:30 Yogi's Gang

9 AM Super Friends

10 AM Lassie's Rescue Rangers

10:30 Goober And The Ghost Chasers

11 AM Brady Kids

11:30 Mission Magic

12 N News

12:30 Ebony Affair

1 PM Action '73

1:30 NCAA Football: Southern Cal

at Notre Dame

5 PM Wide World Of Sports (time

approximate)

6:30 News

7 PM Action Line

7:30 To Tell The Truth

8 PM Partridge Family

8:30 ABC Movie: "Money To Burn"

10 PM Griff

11 PM News
11:40 ABC News

11:55 Movie: "They Came To Cordura"

WTCG Ch. 17 (Ind.)

7 AM Flipper

7:30 Cartoon Carnival

8 AM Spiderman

8:30 Speed Racer

9 AM Ultraman

9:30 Three Stooges

10 AM Abbott And Costello

10:30 Flipper

11 AM Roller Game

1 PM Movie: "Curly Top"

2:30 Movie: "Here Come The Girls"

4 PM Tales Of Washington Irving

5 PM Lassie

5:30 NFL Highlights

6 PM Wrestling

8 PM That Good Ole Nashville Music

8:30 Wilburn Brothers

9 PM Porter Wagoner

9:30 Buck Owens

10 PM Bill Anderson
10:30 Billy Walker

11 PM Outdoor Outlines

11:30 Open Up

1 AM Movie: "The Black Cat"

WETV Ch. 30 (PBS)

7:30 Sesame Street

8:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

9 AM Sesame Street

10 AM Electric Company

10:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

11 AM Sesame Street

12 N Electric Company

12:30 Sesame Street

1:30 Electric Company

2 PM Zoom

2:30 Electric Company

3 PM The Busy Knitter

3:30 You!

4 PM The Chan-ese Way

4:30 The Humanist Alternative

5 PM Book Beat

5:30 Woman

6 PM Folk 1970
7 PM Behind The Lines

8 PM One Of A Kind

8:30 Till The Butcher Cuts Him

Down

9:30 Boboquivari

10 PM Winesburg, Ohio

off 11:30 PM

WHAE Ch. 46 (Ind.)

7 AM Mr. Piper

7:30 Fury

8 AM Heckle And Jeckle

8:30 Astronut

9 AM Deputy Dawg

9:30 Mighty Mouse

10 AM Hardy Boys (animated)

10:30 Circus Boy

11 AM Jungle Jim

11:30 Journey To The Center Of

The Earth (animated)

12 N Time Tunnel

1 PM Cowtown Rodeo

2 PM Call Of The West

2:30 Trails West


3 PM The Dakotas

4 PM Lone Ranger

4:30 My Friend Flicka

5 PM Batman (2 episodes)

6 PM Dennis The Menace

6:30 Mayberry RFD

7 PM Honeymooners

7:30 Rawhide

8:30 Of Lands And Seas

9:30 The Lesson

10 PM George And Diane

10:30 New Directions

11 PM Waters Family

off 11:30 PM

Retro: Atlanta Saturday August 10, 1957

From the Atlanta Constitution. Times

are EST.

WSB Ch. 2 (NBC)

9 AM Howdy Doody

9:30 Gumby Show

10 AM Fury

10:30 Captain Gallant


11 AM True Story

11:30 Detective's Diary

12 N Laurel And Hardy

12:15 Baseball: Pittsburgh Pirates

at Brooklyn Dodgers (this is

the Dodgers' last year in

Brooklyn)

3 PM Movie: "Ghost Of Hidden Valley"

(time approximate)

4 PM Movie: "Brigham Young"

6 PM Headline (don't know what this is)

6:30 People Are Funny

7 PM Julius LaRosa Show (COLOR)

8 PM Mystery Theater

8:30 Dollar A Second

9 PM Encore Theater

9:30 Adventure Theater

10 PM Movie: "Whip Hand"

12 M Sign Off

NOTE: These "theater" shows were mostly

episodes from various anthology series.

Mystery Theater was new, hosted by George

Sanders. Encore Theater was reruns of episodes

from Ford Theater, and Adventure Theater


was a series of programs filmed in England that

had already aired the previous year. (Source:

Brooks & Marsh)

WAGA Ch. 5 (CBS)

8:30 Captain Kangaroo

9:30 Mighty Mouse

10 AM School Of The Air

10:30 It's A Hit

11 AM Big Top

12 N TV Ranch

12:30 Film Short: "Highway 40"

12:45 This Is Your Town

1:15 Baseball: Chicago Cubs at Cincinnati

Redlegs (as the Reds were known when

the Communist scare was on)

4 PM The Whistler (time approximate)

4:30 4-H Hour

5 PM Foreign Legionnaire

5:30 Cisco Kid

6 PM Get Set Go

6:30 Buccaneers

7 PM Jimmy Durante

7:30 Two For The Money


8 PM Gale Storm

8:30 S.R.O. Playhouse (selected episodes

from Schlitz Playhouse)

9 PM Gunsmoke

9:30 Mystery Is My Business

10 PM Jimmy Dean

10:30 Charles Boyer

11 PM News

11:15 Big Picture

11:45 Sign Off

WLW-A Ch. 11 (ABC)

9:30 Cartoons

11 AM Serials

12:30 Movie: "Fighting Bill Carson"

1:30 Movie: "That's Right, You're Wrong"

2:45 Industry On Parade

3 PM TBA

4 PM Hoedown

4:30 Joe Palooka

5 PM Gospel Jubilee

6 PM Ramar Of The Jungle

6:30 Flight #7

7 PM Billy Graham
8 PM Lawrence Welk

9 PM Country Music Jubilee

9:30 Bold Journey

10 PM Movie (title not given)

11:30 Wrestling

12:30 Sign Off

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> 1:30 Movie: "That's Right, You're Wrong"

Quite a coincidence that you posted this schedule, including this movie, at this point in time.

I just watched this a week ago on TCM and it's still very, very, funny.

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Retro: Atlanta Monday, August 5, 1957

From the Atlanta Constitution, the day

American Bandstand debuted on ABC.

Times are EST.


WSB Ch. 2 (NBC)

7 AM Today

9 AM Home

10 AM Price Is Right (Cullen)

10:30 Truth Or Consequences (Barker)

11 AM Tic Tac Dough

11:30 It Could Be You

12 N News

12:15 Movie: "Angel And The Badman"

2 PM Matinee Theater (COLOR)

3 PM Queen For A Day

3:45 Modern Romances

4 PM Comedy Time

4:30 My Little Margie

5 PM Big Adventure With Officer Don

6 PM Porky Pig

6:15 News

6:30 Statesmen Quartet

6:45 NBC News (Huntley-Brinkley)

7 PM Charlie Farrell Show

7:30 Action Tonight

8 PM Twenty-One

8:30 Arthur Murray (COLOR)


9 PM Ted Mack's Amateur Hour

9:30 Capt. David Grief

10 PM Susie (Ann Sothern)

10:30 News

10:45 Movie: "A Wing And A Prayer"

12:30 Reflections And Sign Off

WAGA Ch. 5 (CBS)

7 AM Jimmy Dean

7:45 News (don't know if local or CBS)

8 AM Captain Kangaroo

8:30 Romper Room

9 AM Fred Waring

9:30 Arthur Godfrey

10 AM Perry's Kitchen

10:30 Strike It Rich

11 AM News

11:15 Love Of Life

11:30 Search For Tomorrow

11:45 Guiding Light

12 N World News

12:15 Valiant Lady (delay from 11 AM)

12:30 As The World Turns

1 PM Our Miss Brooks


1:30 Art Linkletter's House Party

2 PM Big Payoff

2:30 Bob Crosby

3 PM Brighter Day

3:15 Secret Storm

3:30 Edge Of Night

4 PM Woman's World

4:30 Gene Autry

5:30 Great Gildersleeve

6 PM News And Weather

6:15 Douglas Edwards With The News

6:30 Robin Hood

7 PM Burns And Allen

7:30 Arthur Godfrey's Talent Scouts

8 PM Those Whiting Girls

8:30 Richard Diamond

9 PM Studio One Summer Theater

10 PM Soldiers Of Fortune

10:30 Man Called X

11 PM News

11:15 Playhouse 5

11:45 Sign Off

WLW-A Ch. 11 (ABC)


8:15 News And Farm Report

8:30 Cartoon Carnival

9 AM Fun With Fran

10 AM Public Health

10:30 A Woman's Day

11 AM Movie: "Big Shot"

12:30 News

12:45 Movie: "Dawn River"

2 PM Stu Erwin

2:30 My Hero

3 PM American Bandstand

4:30 Miss Boo

5 PM Mickey Mouse Club

6 PM Flash Gordon

6:30 Wire Service

7:30 Dateline Europe

8 PM Quest For Adventure

8:30 Lawrence Welk's Top Tunes

And New Talent

9:30 Crosscurrent

10 PM Heart Of The City

10:30 News

10:45 Movie: "Ace Of Aces"

12 M Sign Off
Interesting to me that Ted Mack and Lawrence Welk

had talent shows going head-to-head. I once ran across

an old review in Variety from January 1957 concerning

ABC's plan to give Mack a show similar to Welk's

Saturday-night hour. Mack was a bandleader himself

at one time, and Amateur Hour was on ABC at the time

(moving to NBC that summer). One Sunday night ABC

used the Amateur Hour time slot (and it WAS an hour

at that point) for an on-air tryout of The Ted Mack Show.

The format was identical to Welk's, and Variety's critic

thought the music on Mack's show was better than that on

Welk's. However, Mack's show never became a series and

he continued hosting Amateur Hour for thirteen more years.

For that matter, in the fall of 1958, Welk's talent show

was renamed Lawrence Welk's Plymouth Show and featured his

"little band," a group of kids who included former Mouseketeer

Cubby O'Brien. The show was gone by the end of the season,

and Welk continued his Saturday-night show until 1971 before

heading into syndication.

In the '60s Mack and Welk did have one thing in common:

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> WLW-A Ch. 11 (ABC)

Can one of yall explain why the call letters are annoated in this fashion for Channel 11? Was this
how the FCC recognized them (dash and all?) or was it just the way it appeared in the source
material?

Thanks.

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> > WLW-A Ch. 11 (ABC)

>

> Can one of yall explain why the call letters are annoated in

> this fashion for Channel 11? Was this how the FCC

> recognized them (dash and all?) or was it just the way it

> appeared in the source material?


>

> Thanks.

>

This way of stating the call letters dates back to WLWA's former owner:Crosley Broadcasting of
WLW Cincinnati Fame. The company eventually owned 5 stations:

WLW-T Channel 5 Cincinnati

WLW-D Channel 2 Dayton

WLW-C channel 4 Columbus

WLW-A Channel 11 Atlanta

WLW-I Channel 13 Indianapolis

I don't think the FCC had anything to do with the "dash" in the call letters..But most Newaspaper
listings and TV Guides of the day listed them this way..Eventually the stations were sold off to
other concerns and call letters except for WLWT, were changed

Retro: Greensboro/Winston-Salem/High Point network affiliates weekday daytime Fall 1980

From the Greensboro Daily News. Schedules

run 7 AM-8 PM:

WFMY Ch. 2 (CBS)

7 AM Good Morning Show (from 6 AM)

8 AM Captain Kangaroo

9 AM One Day At A Time (delay from 4 PM)

9:30 The Jeffersons (delay from previous day,


10 AM)

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

WGHP Ch. 8 (ABC)

7 AM Good Morning America

9 AM John Davidson

10:30 I Dream Of Jeannie

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 (reruns aired daily)

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

WXII Ch. 12 (NBC)

7 AM Today

9 AM Donahue

10 AM Hour Magazine

11 AM Wheel Of Fortune

11:30 The Doctors (delay from 12:30)

12 N News

12:30 12:30 (that's the name of this local

infotainment show)

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

Retro: Chicago independents, Saturday, Feb. 4, 1989

(Source: The Daily Herald, suburban Chicago)

WGN-TV 9

AM

5 Soap

5:30 Update: Money

6 Larry Jones

6:30 World Tomorrow

7 U.S. Farm Report

7:30 Chariando

8 People to People

8:30 Heart of Chicago

9 Minority Business Report

9:30 Quilting

10 Anglers in Action
10:30 Soul Train

11:30 Know Your Heritage

PM

12 Movie: The Great Muppet Caper

2 Movie: Cloak and Dagger

4 T and T

4:30 Good Times

5 Charles in Charge

5:30 Starting From Scratch

6 Shes The Sheriff

6:30 Benson

7 Movie: Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid

9 News

9:30 USA Tonight

10 Tales From The Darkside

10:30 Movie: Mad Max

12:30AM Build A Future

1 Monsters

1:30 At The Movies

2 USA Tonight

2:30 Runaway with the Rich and Famous

3 Movie: Twilights Last Gleaming

WCFC 38

AM
5:30 Beverly Exercise

6 Goin Places

7 John Ankerberg

7:30 Christian Lifestyles

8 Toddlers Friends

8:30 Davey & Goliath

9 Flying House

9:30 Superbook

10 Kids Like You

10:30 Gospel Bill

11 Fire By Night

PM

12 Solid Rock VDO

12:30 CNN News

1 Weekend Gardener

1:30 Cellulite

2 Living Italian

2:30 Living Greek

3 Yi Yi Avila

3:30 This Is The Life

4 Vincente Montano

4:30 Nuestros Amigos

5:30 Midwest Angler

6 Fishing The West

6:30 CNN News


7 Charles Stanley

8 Richard DeHaan

8:30 Dwight Thompson

9:30 What a Fellowship

10:30 Saturday Nite Sing

11:30 Liberty Hour

12:30AM Living Daily With The Scriptures

1 Time of Deliverance

1:30 CNN News

2 Saturday Nite Sing

3 Nancy Harmon

3:30 Sunderwirth Barbershop

4 Today in Bible Prophecy

4:30 Food for Life

WPWR 50

AM

5 Weekend With Crook and Chase

5:30 Bravo!

6 Financial Freedom

7 Dimensions Northwest Indiana

7:30 Government Loans (also on ch. 66 at same time)

8 Cellulite

8:30 Government Loans (and on 66)

9 Weight Loss
9:30 Super Chargers

10 G.L.O.W.

11 Munsters Today

11:30 Movie: Haunts of the Very Rich

PM

1 Movie: Nightmare In Badham County

3 Friday the 13th

4 Twilight Zone

4:30 Superboy

5 War of the Worlds

6 Star Trek: Next Generation

7 Movie: Zone Troopers

9 WWF Wrestling Spotlight

10 All In The Family

10:30 Twilight Zone

11 Friday the 13th

12AM MV-50 Saturday Night Party

1 Update: Money

1:30 Movie: Rebel

3:30 Laurel and Hardy

WGBO 66

AM

5:30 CNN News

6 Ag Day
6:30 Its Your Business

7 Public Transit: A Private Solution

7:30 Government Loans

8 Weight Loss

8:30 Government Loans

9 Chicagoland Used Car Report

10 World Wide Wrestling

11 Powerful Women of Wrestling

PM

12 Hee Haw

1 Bonanza

2 Movie: Gold

4 Movie: Swamp Thing

6 Its A Living

6:30 Mamas Family

7 Columbo

9 Vega$

10 Movie: Because Of You

12AM Government Loans

12:30 Cellulite Test

1 Home Shopping Spree

Retro: Newfoundland Sat/Sun, Feb 5/6, 1977

from Newfoundland Herald


Saturday, February 5

NBC

5:00 Music Till Dawn

6:30 CTV National News

6:50 Dick Tracy

7:00 Uncle Bobby

7:30 Augie Doggie/Snooper & Blabber

8:00 Circle Square

8:30 Peter Potamus/Magilla Gorilla

9:00 Spiderman

9:30 Leave It to Beaver

10:00 Funtime (From ATV Halifax IIRC)

11:00 Kidstuff

Noon Let's Go

12:30 Pixie & Dixie/Breezly & Sneezly

1:00 Air Canada Amateur Sports Awards

1:30 Wild Kingdom

2:00 Movie Matinee "Me & the Colonel"

4:00 Wide World of Sports

6:00 Canadian Figure Skating Championships

7:30 Switch

8:30 Emergency

9:00 Andy

9:30 Academy Performance "Don't Look Now"

Mid. Canadian Figure Skating Championships


1:30 CTV National News (Keith Morrison was anchor)

1:50 Late Show "Journey from Darkness"

3:50 Late Late Show "Me & the Colonel"

CBC

9:30 CBC Regional News

9:35 Scooby Doo

10:00 Lassie

10:30 Skipper & Company (This was shown in the Maritimes too, I remember seeing this show
on CBCT Charlottetown)

11:00 Parade

Noon Peanuts & Popcorn

1:30 CBC Regional News

1:35 Abbott & Costello

3:00 Survival

3:30 College Basketball: UBC @ Lethbridge

5:30 CBC Curling Classic

6:30 Space: 1999

7:30 CBC Saturday Evening News

7:58 CBC Regional News Highlights

8:00 Bob McLean

8:30 Bob Newhart

9:30 Hockey Night in Canada: Philadelphia @ Toronto (Dave Hodge-host, Bill Hewitt-play by play,
Brian MacFarlane-color; current HNIC Leafs voice Bob Cole was Nfld's Reach for the Top host at
that time)

12:30 Overtime

12:45 CBC Regional News/Weather/Sports


12:56 Saturday Night Movie "Arrowhead"

2:45(?) Sign-Off

Sunday, February 6

NBC

5:30 Niven Miller Sings (I think this show came from CHSJ Saint John)

6:00 Sacred Heart

6:15 Crossroads

6:45 Yippee Yappee Yahooey/Hokey Wolf

7:30 Day of Discovery

8:00 Jimmy Swaggart

8:30 Master's Touch

9:00 Rex Humbard

10:00 Quick Draw McGraw/Snooper & Blabber

10:30 It is Written

11:00 Tarzan (sponsored by the Herald)

Noon Huckleberry Hound

12:15 Decks Awash (fisheries show)

12:45 Encounter with Christ

1:00 Garner Ted Armstrong

1:30 Agape

2:00 Week in Review

2:25 Report from City Hall (with the Mayor of St. John's, Dorothy Wyatt)

2:30 Highlights of Another World

3:30 Canadian Figure Skating Championships


5:30 Talent Show

6:00 Flintstones

6:30 The Practice (starring Danny Thomas)

7:00 Julie

7:30 The Amazing Kreskin

8:00 Bobby Vinton

8:30 Six Million Dollar Man

9:30 Sonny & Cher

10:30 Kojak

11:30 CTV National News/Provincial News Roundup

Mid. Phil Silvers

12:30 CTV National News

12:50 Late Show "Cage Without a Key"

2:20 Question Period

2:50 Late Late Show "The Swimmer"

4:40 Highlights of Another World

CBC

9:26 CBC Regional News

9:31 Tomorrow People

9:57 Lieutenant-Governor

10:00 Wildlife Cinema

11:00 Dialogue

11:30 Meeting Place

12:30 Living Tomorrow


12:45 A Way Out

12:58 CBC Regional News Highlights

1:00 MarketPlace (repeat of last week)

1:30 Music to See

2:00 Country Canada

2:30 Opera: La Norma

6:00 Howie Meeker's Hockey School

6:15 Mr. Chips

6:30 Wonderful World of Disney

7:30 Beachcombers

8:00 Tony Randall

8:30 Superspecial: Emigrate! Emigrate! (The Irish Rovers host a musical documentary about Irish
emigration to Canada during the Potato Famine)

9:30 For the Record

10:30 MarketPlace (new show)

11:00 Ombudsman

11:30 The National

11:45 Nation's Business

11:52 CBC Regional News/Weather/Sports

12:03 Sunday Night Movie "Papa's Delicate Condition"

2:05(?) Sign-Off

Retro:Cleveland/Akron/Youngstown Weeknight Prime Time TV December 18-24 1953

Taken from the TV Guide Lake Erie Edition (Predecessor to the Cleveland Edition)

Aside from this being Christmas Week, This edition is notable in that this is the first week TV
Guide Includes WAKR-TV 49 in Akron in it's listings. Though 49 had been on the air since
July..Also, In its early stages, TV Guide's listings ran Friday-Thursday..so Friday, Dec. 18 will be
listed first, followed by Monday, Dec. 21, etc.

Friday December 18

WNBK 4 NBC

7PM You Can Be Better-Talk

7:30 Eddie Fisher

7:45 Camel News Caravan-Swayze

8PM Dave Garroway

8:30 Life Of Riley

9PM Big Story

9:30 TV Soundstage-Campbell Soups

10PM Boxing-Jimmy Powers

10:45 Greatest Fights

11PM News-Tom Field

11:05 Sports-Ken Coleman

11:10 Weather-Joe Finan

11:15 Movie-Sleep My Love

WEWS 5 CBS

7PM 20 Fingers-Piano

7:30 CBS News-Edwards


7:45 Perry Como

8PM Mama

8:30 Topper

9PM Schlitz Playhouse Of Stars

9:30 Our Miss Brooks

10PM My Friend Irma

10:30 I Led Three Lives

11PM Movie-Dawn Express

WXEL 8 DuMont/ABC

7PM Captain Video-DuMont

7:15 News Parade Jim Lang, Dudley (Possibly Indians Radio Announcer Jimmy)

7:30 Stu Erwin-ABC

8PM Ozzie And Harriet-ABC

8:30 Pepsi-Cola Playhouse-ABC

9PM Life begins at 80-DuMont

9:30 Comeback Story-ABC

10PM Chance Of A Lifetime-DuMont

10:30 Down You Go-Quiz-DuMont

11PM Warren Guthrie-News

11:10 Ted Malone-News/Views

11:15 Sports-John Fitzgerald

11:20 Movie-Her Enlisted Man


WKBN 27 DuMont/CBS/ABC Youngstown

7PM Captain Video-DuMont

7:15 Rambling Reporter-Stu Wilson

7:30 CBS News

7:45 Christophers

8PM Dollar A Second-DuMont

8:30 Topper-CBS

9PM Schlitz Playhouse Of Stars-CBS

9:30 Our Miss Brooks

10PM My Friend Irma

10:30 Person To Person-CBS

11PM Warren Guthrie

11:15 Sid Davis

11:20 Movie-TBA

WFMJ 73 (Now Channel 21) NBC Youngstown

7PM Sports Digest

7:30 Eddie Fisher

7:45 Camel News Caravan-Swayze

8PM Dave Garroway

8:30 Life Of Riley

9PM Big Story


9:30 TV Soundstage

10PM Boxing-Jimmy Powers

10:45 Greatest Fights

WAKR 49 ABC Akron

7PM News-Fitzgerald

7:10 Sports-Bob Wylie

7:15 Kenny Nichols-Quiz

7:30 Stu Erwin

8PM Teen "WHO" Club

8:30 Pepsi-Cola Playhouse

9PM Paul Hartman Show

9:30 Comeback Story

10PM Feature Film

11PM Local News

11:10 Sports Final

11:15 Weather Forecast

Monday December 21

WNBK 4

7PM Dangerous Assignment


7:30 Arthur Murray

7:45 Camel News Caravan

8PM Name That Tune

8:30 Voice Of Firestone

9PM Dennis Day

9:30 Robert Montgomery

10:30 Badge 714 (Dragnet)

11PM News-Field

11:05 Sports-Coleman

11:10 Weather-Finan

11:15 Movie-Mississippi Rhythm

12:15 News

WEWS 5

7PM 20 Fingers

7:15 Art Linkletter

7:30 CBS News-Edwards

7:45 Perry Como

8PM Burns And Allen

8:30 Talent Scouts

9PM I Love Lucy

9:30 Masquerade Party-Douglas Edwards Replces Vacationing Red Buttons

10PM Studio One

11PM Old Dutch (Beer)Polka Revue


Cleveland For Years was (probably still is) known as a Huge area for Polka Music. WFMJ 73
Simulcast this series with Channel 5 Thogh the rest of their schedule was almost exclusively NBC
programs

Midnight News

WXEL 8

7PM Captain Video

7:15 News Parade

7:30 Jamie-ABC

8PM Twenty Questions-DuMont

8:30 The Big Issue-DuMont

"Should Congress Enact a National Sales Tax?" Discussion with Noah M. Mason Representative
from North Daxota (Republican) and Senator Hubert H. Humphrey of Minnesota (Democrat)

9PM Lingo-Word Game (No Indication if this is Network Or Local-Could have been DuMont but
cannot find verification)

9:15 Bible Forum

9:30 This Is The Life (Fisher Family)

10PM Carling (Black Label) Boxing-DuMont

11PM Warren Guthrie

11:10 Ted Malone

11:15 Sports-Fitzgerald

11:20 Movie-Fear

WKBN 27
7PM Captain Video

7:15 Rambling Reporter

7:30 CBS News

7:45 The Pastor-Religion

8:30 Of Many Things-Discussion

9:30 Masquerade Party

10PM Studio One

11PM Warren Guthrie

11:10 Sid Davis News

11:15 Sports Reporter

11:20 Movie-TBA

12:30 News

WFMJ 73

7PM It Happened Here

7:15 Film Short

7:30 Arthur Murray

7:45 Camel News Caravan

8PM Name That Tune

8:30 Voice Of Firestone

9PM Dennis Day

9:30 Robert Montgomery

10:30 Badge 714 (Dragnet)


11PM Polka Revue-From WEWS 5

Midnight News

WAKR 49

7PM News

7:15 Kenny Nichols

7:30 Jamie

8PM You Asked For It-ABC

8:30 Teen "WHO" Club

9PM Junior Press Conference-ABC

9:30 Why The Chimes Ring..Local Christmas Special

10PM Mystery Theater-ABC

10:30 Bar Association

11PM News

Tuesday December 22

WNBK 4

7PM Story Theater

7:30 Dinah Shore

7:45 Camel News

8PM Season Greetings

NBC special with Host Eddie Albert, Robert Montgomery, Robert Shaw Ensemble (Chorale) Kean
Sisters, Ezio Pinza, Harpo Marx
9PM Fireside Theater

9:30 Circle Theater

10PM Judge For Yourself-Fred Allen Guest Sammy Kaye

10:30 Bob Considine

10:45 To Be Announced

11PM News

11:05 Sports

11:10 Weather

11:15 Movie-Lawless 90's

WEWS 5

7PM 20 Fingers

7:15 Meet Your Schools

7:30 CBS News

7:45 Jane Froman

8PM Gene Autry

8:30 Red Skelton

9PM This Is Show Business

9:30 Suspense

10PM Danger

10:30 Movie Inspector Hornleigh On Holiday-(Doesnt say but based on cast list and plot-This
movie is British)

Midnight News

WXEL 8
7PM Captain Video

7:15 News Parade

7:30 Cavalcade Of America-ABC

8PM Life Is Worth Living-Bishop Sheen..(Carried on 27 and 49 as well)-DuMont

8:30 Pantomime Quiz-DuMont

9PM Danny Thomas (Make Room For Daddy)-ABC

9:30 US Steel Hour-ABC

10:30 Name's The Same-Robert Q. Lewis-ABC

Panelists were Joan Alexander, Gene Rayburn and Bill Stern (Sports commentator)

Guest:Kirk Douglas (Info from B&W Overnight Review Game Show Network Message Board)

11PM Warren Guthrie

11:10 Ted Malone

11:15 Sports

11;20 Movie-Fall Guy

WKBN 27

7PM Captain Video

7:15 it Takes All Kinds

7:30 CBS News

7:45 Jane Froman-CBS

8PM Live Is Worth Living-DuMont

8:30 Cavalcade Of America-ABC

9PM This Is Show Business-CBS

9:30 Stars On Parade-DuMont

10PM Danger-CBS
10:30 Comeback Story-ABC

11PM Warren Guthrie

11:10 Sid Davis News

11:15 Sports

11:20 Movie-TBA

12;30 News

WFMJ 73

7PM Ohio Bell Christmas Show

7:30 Dinah Shore

7:45 Camel News

8PM Season Greetings

NBC special with Host Eddie Albert, Robert Montgomery, Robert Shaw Ensemble (Chorale) Kean
Sisters, Ezio Pinza, Harpo Marx

9PM Fireside Theater

9:30 Circle Theater

10PM Judge For Yourself-Fred Allen Guest Sammy Kaye

10:30 Bob Considine

10:45 Sports

11PM Wrestling

WAKR 49

7PM News

7:15 Kenny Nichols


7:30 Abbott And Costello-Syndicated

8PM Life Is Worth Living-DuMont

8:30 Tiretown Charades-Quiz

Akron was known as "Rubber City"..Hence the title of this local game show

9PM Danny Thomas

9:30 Mainline Theater Movie-Star Of Bethlehem

10:45 Following The Zips-Akron Univ. Sports

11PM News

11:10 Sports

11:15 Weather

Wednesday, December 23

WNBK 4

7PM Dick Tracy

7:30 Eddie Fisher

7:45 Camel News

8PM I Married Joan

8:30 My Little Margie

9PM TV Theater

10PM This Is Your Life

10:30 City Detective-Rod Cameron

11PM News

11:05 Sports
11:10 Weather

11:15 Movie Beyond Tomorrow

WEWS 5

7PM 20 Fingers

7:15 Pooch Parade-Bob Dale Dogs and Cats shown up for adoption..This was later used as a
component of Captian Penny's Comedy Clubhouse in the late 1950's and 1960's.

7:30 CBS News

7:45 Perry Como

8PM Arthur Godfrey And Friends

9PM Liberace-Syndicated

9:30 I've Got A Secret

Panel:Bill Cullen, Faye Emerson, Jayne Meadows, Henry Morgan-Guest Paul Hartman..(The Guest
info taken from the Goodson Todman Game Show Index..The Panel is assumed to have been the
regular panel according to the website referenced above)

10PM I Am The Law

10:30 King's Crossroads

11PM 10-0-2 Ranch-Country Music

Midnight News

WXEL 8

7PM Captain Video

7:15 News Parade

7:30 Mark Saber-ABC


8PM Johns Hopkins Science Review-DuMont

8:30 Man About Town-Sidney Andorn (Local)

9PM Strike It Rich-CBS (Not Cleared by 5-so channel 8 took advantage)

9:30 Dollar A Second-DuMont

10PM Pabst Blue Ribbon Christmas Show:Host Gene Lockhart Musical Variety Show replacing
Blue Ribbon Boxing Show for this week-CBS

11PM Warren Guthrie

11:10 Ted Malone

11:15 Sports

11:20 Movie-Freedom Of The Seas

WKBN 27

7PM Captain Video

7:15 Rambling Reporter

7:30 CBS News

7:45 Week In Sports

8PM Arthur Godfrey-CBS

9PM Strike It Rich-CBS

9:30 I've got A Secret-CBS

10PM Pabst Blue Ribbon Christmas Show-CBS

11PM Warren Guthrie

11:10 Sid Davis News

11:15 Sports

11:20 Wrestling

Midnight News
WFMJ 73

7PM Big Picture

7:15 Seven O Clock Theater7:30 Eddie Fisher

7:45 Camel News

8PM I Married Joan

8:30 My Little Margie

9PM TV Theater

10PM This Is Your Life

10:30 Wrestling

11:30 Movie-Hollywood Stadium

12:30 News

WAKR 49

7PM News

7:15 Kenny Nichols

7:30 City Detective

8PM At Issue-Agronsky-ABC

8:15 Thru The Curtain-ABC

8:30 Answers To Americans-ABC

9PM Take it from Me-Sitcom-Syndicated?

9:30 The Vaudeville Show-Syndicated?

10PM Wrestling-ABC
11PM News

11:10 Sports

11:15 Weather

11:20 Wrestling-ABC

Thursday December 24

WNBK 4

7PM Lights Camera Questions-Johnny Andrews

7:30 Dinah Shore

7:45 Camel News

8PM Groucho Marx

8:30 Treasury Men In Action

9PM Dragnet-Famous Christmas Show about the Baby Jesus Statue

9:30 Ford Theater

10PM Martin Kane

10:30 My Favorite Story

11PM News

11:05 Sports

11:10 Weather

11:15 Sylvania Show Time

"Christmas Eve" Drama (No relation to the Loretta Young 1986 TV-Movie)

Midnight Mass from St. Patricks Cathedral

1:45 News
WEWS 5

7PM 20 Fingers

7:15 Its Worth Knowing

7:30 CBS News

7:45 Jane Froman

8PM Meet Mr. McNutley-Ray Milland

8:30 Four Star Playhouse

9PM Lux Video Theater

9:30 Big Town

10PM Phillip Morris Playhouse

10:30 Movie-A Star Shall Rise (30 minutes?)

11PM Columbus Boy Choir

11:15 Christmas Service National Cathedral. Washington

12:30 Christmas At Boys Town

WXEL 8

7PM Captain Video

7:15 TBA

7:30 Lone Ranger-ABC

8PM Quick As A Flash-ABC

8:30 Ray Bolger Show-ABC


9PM Doctor IQ-ABC

9:30 Kraft Television Theater-

"A Christmas Carol" -With Noel Leslie as Scrooge and Harry Townes as Crachit

10:30 All Star Theater-Film

11PM Warren Guthrie

11;10 Ted Malone

11:15 Sports

11:20 Christmas Eve Show

Midnight Midnight Mass-St. Johns

WKBN 27

7PM Captain Video

7:15 It Takes All Kinds

7:30 CBS News

7:45 Telenews Weekly

8PM Meet Mr. McNutley

8:30 Four Star Playhouse

9PM Lux Video Theater

9:30 Big Town

10PM Danny Thomas-ABC

10:30 Place The Face-ABC

11PM Warren Guthrie

11:10 Sid Davis News


11:15 Sports

11:20 Movie-TBA

12:30 News

WFMJ 73

7PM The Little Match Girl

7:30 Dinah Shore

7:45 Camel News

8PM Groucho Marx

8:30 Liberace

9PM Dragnet-Famous Christmas Show about the Baby Jesus Statue

9:30 Ford Theater

10PM Martin Kane

10:30 Movie-Ice Capades

Midnight Midnight Mass

WAKR 49

7PM News

7:15 Kenny Nichols

7:30 Lone Ranger

8PM Christmas Album

8:30 Ray Bolger Show-ABC

9PM Doctor IQ-ABC


9:30 Kraft Television Theater-

"A Christmas Carol" -With Noel Leslie as Scrooge and Harry Townes as Crachit

10:30 Liberace

11PM News

11:10 Sports-Bob Wylie

11:15 Weather

All the Theater Anthology titles cames from this site of prime time TV Schedules..Also was
helpful in confirmning Network lineups

http://www.getty.net/texts/tv-48-66.txt

The DuMont Information was confirmed mostly by this site on DuMont Network History

http://members.aol.com/cingram/television/dumont.htm

Information On the Four Major Goodson Todman Prime Time Game Shows:

http://www.kinescopes.com/G_T_big4.html
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Re: Retro:Cleveland/Akron/Youngstown Weeknight Prime Time TV December 18-24 1953

> 9PM Lingo-Word Game (No Indication if this is Network Or

> Local-Could have been DuMont but cannot find verification)


The Brooks & Marsh book doesn't list Lingo as being a network show (DuMont or other).

> 9PM Dragnet-Famous Christmas Show about the Baby Jesus

> Statue

I knew the later series had such an episode, but not the original series. Did Webb reshoot this for
the color series with Harry Morgan?

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Re:Dragnet Christmas Episode

>

> > 9PM Dragnet-Famous Christmas Show about the Baby Jesus

> > Statue

>

> I knew the later series had such an episode, but not the

> original series. Did Webb reshoot this for the color series

> with Harry Morgan?

>
Basically, yes..Not sure if the Dialogue was exactly the same, but Veteran Radio Performer and
frequent Dragnet guest Actor Harry Bartell played the part of the Parish Priest in both versions. A
pre-Brady Bunch Barry Williams played the Altar Boy Friday And Gannon Interview in the 1967
remake. The Earlier version is on some Public Domain DVD's..

Retro:Cleveland/Akron/Youngstown Saturday December 19, 1953

WNBK 4 NBC

9AM Youth Wants to Know

9:30 Cartoon Time

10AM Buckskin Billy

11AM Creative Cookery

Noon Here's Looking At You-Beauty

12:30 To Be Announced

12:45 Industry On Parade

1PM Movie-Time Of Your Life

2:30 Movie-Little Men

4PM Stagecoach Theater-Western Movie

5PM Bowlers Jackpot

6PM Cisco Kid

6:30 Johnny Mack Brown

7PM Citizen's League

7:30 Ethel And Albert

8PM Bonino-Comedy

8:30 Ted Mack Original Amateur Hour

9PM Show Of Shows Caesar/Coca

10:30 Your Hit Parade


11PM News-Tom Field

11:05 Movie-Battling Hoofer

WEWS 5 CBS

9:30 Western Reserve Telecourse

9:55 News

10AM Cabbages And Queens-Home Paige Palmer/Arnold Davis

10:45 John Gnagy-How To Draw

11AM Space Patrol-ABC

11:30 Rod Brown Rocket Rangers-CBS

Noon-Big Top-CBS

1PM Lone Ranger-Syndicated earlier seasons presumably

1:30 Hobbytown USA

2PM Views And Reviews

2:30 Movie-Grand Escapade

5PM Ramar Of The Jungle-DEBUT

5:30 Polka ~N~Fun

6PM Beat The Clock-Collyer-CBS

6:30 Inside Catholic Schools

7PM Life With Father-CBS

7:30 To Be Announced

8PM Jackie Gleason

9PM Two For The Money

9:30 My Favorite Husband


10PM Medallion Theater

10:30 Revlon Mirror Theater

11PM Movie-We're Going To Be Rich

12:30 Movie- Lighthouse

WXEL 8 DuMont/ABC

9:30 Film Short

9:45 Animal Film

10AM Smiling Ed McConnell-ABC

10:30 Tootsie Hippodrome-ABC

11AM Merry Go-Round-Kids

11:30 Tom Corbett-DuMont

12:30 By Jupiter-Children

1PM Movies 1. Tough To Handle 2. Shadow On The Range

3PM Pro Basketball-Syracuse Nationals@Boston Celtics-DuMont

NOTE:Cleveland Is Not represented in the National Basketball League [Association]

(This was actually part of the program description)

5PM One World City-Andorn

6PM Bible Forum

6:30 Colonel Humphrey Flack-Synd.

7PM Dotty Mack-ABC


7:30 Leave It To The Girls-ABC

8PM Talent Patrol-ABC

8:30 Music From Meadowbrook-ABC

9PM Phillies Fights-Boxing-ABC

9:45 Fight Talk-ABC

10PM Rocky King-DuMont

10:30 Movie-Wooden Horse

Midnight Sports Showcase

12:15 Wrestling-Hollywood

WKBN 27 CBS/DuMont/ABC Youngstown

10AM Western Movie

11AM Winky Dink and You-CBS

11:30 Captain Video-DuMont

Noon Big Top-CBS

1PM Johnny Jupiter-ABC

1:30 What In The World-Panel Show

2PM Double Feature-Movies (No Titles)

4;30 Movie-Western

5:30 Boxing-Film

6:30 News This Week

6:45 Don Gardner

7PM Meet Millie-CBS

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

11PM To Be Announced (Listing says Boxing from Chicago at 11-and 11:20 with Sports Showcase
in Between)

11:05 Sports Showcase

11:20 Boxing from Chicago-Jack Brickhouse-DuMont

Midnight News

WFMJ 73 NBC Youngstown

11AM Movie-O'Malley, Mounted (Police)

1PM Movie-Double Feature 1. Forged Passport 2. Delinquent Parents

5:30 Christmas Preview

6PM Week In Review

6:30 Serial Theater

6:55 Weather

7PM Mr. Wizard-NBC

7:30 Ethel And Albert

8PM Bonino-Comedy

8:30 Ted Mack Original Amateur Hour

9PM Show Of Shows Caesar/Coca

10:30 Your Hit Parade

11PM Stage 73 Movie-The Outlaw Gang

Midnight News
WAKR 49 ABC Akron

2:30 Basketball-Akron University

4:30 Bar 49 Theater-Western Films presumably

6:30 Dotty Mack Show-ABC

7:30 Royal Playhouse Indications are this is syndicated repeats of Fireside Theater..but I am not
totally sure..

8PM Talent Patrol

8:30 Music From Meadowbrook

9PM Phillies Fights-Boxing

9:45 Fight Talk

10PM Madison Square Garden Highlights

10:30 Wrestling

From TV Guide:Lake Erie Edition

Cleveland/Akron/Youngstown Sunday December 20. 1953

WNBK 4 NBC Cleveland

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

Noon Captain Midnight

12:30 Health And The Hope

1PM Bill Gordon-Radio/TV Personality who became known later in the Decade for Co-Hosting
the 90 minute Daily One O Clock Club with Dorothy Fuldheim. It had a Healthy 5 year run (1959-
64)After Which Bill Moved out to San Diego and worked in TV there for many years

1:30 Movie-TBA

3PM Techni-Science

3:30 Kukla Fran And Ollie

4PM Excursion-Education

4:30 Zoo Parade

5PM Hallmark Hall Of Fame-Third performance of "Amahl And The 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 Philco/Goodyear Tv Playhouse (Titles alternated-Not sure if Goodyear Or Philco)

"Wings Over Barriers" 50th Anniv. Of Powered Flight-Eddie Albert hosts

10PM Letter To Loretta-Loretta Young


10:30 Man Against Crime

11PM Movie-Lady And The Monster

WEWS 5 CBS Cleveland

11PM The Pastor

11:15 Christophers

11:30 United Nations News

11:45 Captain Hartz

Noon Gene Carroll Show-Talent

1PM Polka Parade (Later known as Polka Varieties)-Channel 5 Had These 2 shows Back To Back
for over 15 years at least-into the early 1970's.

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

6:30 You Are There-Cronkite

7PM Range Rider

7:30 Private Secretary (Jack Benny Alternate Weeks)

8PM Toast Of The Town-Ed Sullivan

9PM Fred Waring

9:30 Man Behind The Badge

10PM Foreign Intrigue-Syndicated

10:30 Whats my Line? Bennet Cerf, Dorothy Kilgallen, Steve Allen and Arlene Francis..John Daly
Hosting (Current sources had Peter Lind Hayes as Panelist..Was probably not set till after
presstime for this week's Issue)

11PM CBS News-Don Hollenbeck

11:15 The Web-CBS (From 10PM)

11:45 Movie-Devil Bat

WXEL 8 DuMont/ABC Cleveland

11:30 Christophers

11:45 Star Babes-Kids

12:15 Faith For Today

12:30 TV Travel

1PM Prescription for Living

Warren Guthrie and Dr.Oscar Markey Of Cleveland talk about Conquering Worry (Also on 27)

1:30 To Be Announced

2PM Movie-Miracle On Main Street

4:30 Ohio Story

"Up On The House-Top" Takes place in 1864 in New Paris, Ohio when Preacher Benjamin Hanby
Writes the famous Christmas Song.

4:40 Ken Ward Show-Hints

4:55 News Flashes

5PM Super Circus-ABC

6PM Paul Hartman Show-ABC

6:30 George Jessel Show-ABC

7PM You Asked For It-ABC


7:30 Paul Whiteman TV Teen Club-ABC

8PM Songs For Christmas-ABC

8:30 Holy Night-Film-ABC

9PM Walter Winchell-ABC

9:15 Orchid Award-ABC

9:30 Plainclothesman-DuMont

10PM Jewelers' Showcase-Drama

10:30 Peter Potter Show-ABC

11PM Movie Silver Queen

WKBN 27 CBS/DuMont/ABC Youngstown

1PM Prescription For Living

1:30 Polka Party

2PM Panorama

3PM Lamp Unto My Feet-CBS

4PM This Is The Life

4:30 Movie Miniature

4:50 Ohio Story

5PM Omnibus-CBS

6:30 You Are There-CBS

7PM TV Hour (Motorola?)-ABC

8PM Toast Of The Town-CBS

9PM Ray Bolger-ABC

9:30 Man Behind The Badge-CBS


10PM The Web CBS

10:30 Red Skelton-CBS (From Tuesday)

11PM Movie-Feature Film (No Title)

12:30 News

WFMJ 73 NBC Youngstown

12:30 Movie-Bush Pilot

1:30 Frontiers Of Faith

2PM American Inventory

2:30 American Forum

3PM President's Week-Talk

3:15 Industry On Parade

3:30 Kukla Fran And Ollie

4PM Excursion-Education

4:30 Film Fare

5PM Hallmark Hall Of Fame-"Amahl"

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 Philco/Goodyear Tv Playhouse

"Wings Over Barriers" 50th Anniv. Of Powered Flight-Eddie Albert hosts


10PM Letter To Loretta-Loretta Young

10:30 Man Against Crime

11PM Movie-Three Is A Family

Midnight News

WAKR 49 ABC Akron

3PM Polo From New York

4PM Three Generations-Drama

4:30 Madison Square Garden Highlights

5PM Super Circus

6PM Cowboy G-Men

6:30 Revlon Mirror Theater-CBS (from Saturday)

7PM News/Sports

7:15 Star Room

7:30 Paul Whiteman TV Teen Club

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-Murphy

11:15 Weather
TV Guide:Lake Erie Edition

Retro: San Antonio TX--July 10th and 11th 1971

Source: TV Guide

Saturday July 10th,1971

WOAI--Channel 4(NBC)

AM

6:15 Consumer Report

6:45 RFD Newsreel

7:00 Tomfoolery

7:30 Heckle And Jeckle

8:00 Woody Woodpecker

8:30 The Bugaloos

9:00 Doctor Dolittle

9:30 Pink Panther

10:00 H.R. Pufnstuf

10:30 Here Comes The Grump

11:00 Hot Dog

11:30 Larry Kane

PM

12:30 Baseball Pre-Game Show


1:00 NBC Baseball--Boston Red Sox vs. New York Yankees

3:30 Film

4:00 Country Hayride

5:00 Gilligan's Island

5:30 NBC News

6:00 News

6:30 Andy Williams

7:30 NBC Movie--A Patch Of Blue

10:00 News

10:30 Movie--Paris Calling

AM

12:30 Movie--Curse Of The Werewolf

KENS--Channel 5(CBS)

AM

6:45 Farm News

7:00 Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Hour

8:00 Sabrina

9:00 Josie And The Pussycats

9:30 Harlem Globetrotters

10:00 Archie Comedy Hour

11:00 Scooby Doo

11:30 The Monkees

PM

Noon Dastardly And Muttley


12:30 The Jetsons

1:00 Movie--Terror By Night

2:15 Movie--Murder Over New York

3:30 Movie--Three Steps North

5:30 CBS News

6:00 Twilight Zone

6:30 Mission Impossible

7:30 My Three Sons

8:00 Arnie

8:30 Mary Tyler Moore Show

9:00 Mannix

10:00 Movie--David And Lisa

Midnight Movie--Sweet Smell Of Success

KSAT--Channel 12(ABC)

AM

7:30 Davey And Goliath

8:00 Lancelot Link

9:00 Jerry Lewis

9:30 Doubledeckers

10:00 Hot Wheels

10:30 Skyhawks

11:00 Motor Mouth

11:30 Hardy Boys(animated)

PM
Noon American Bandstand

1:00 Gardening

1:30 Pet Set

2:00 Movie--To Be Announced

4:00 100th British Open(Final Round Coverage)

5:30 Death Valley Days

6:00 News

6:30 Lawrence Welk

7:30 Val Doonican

8:30 Sports Challenge

9:00 The Golddiggers

10:00 News

10:15 Miss Texas Pageant

11:45 Wrestling

AM

12:45 Roller Derby

KLRN--Channel 9(PBS)

AM

8:00 Sesame Street

9:00 Fanfare

10:00 Italian Panorama

10:15 Work Is For Real

10:30 French Chef

11:00 Just Jazz


11:30 To Be Announced

PM

Noon Consumer Report

12:30 To Be Announced

1:00 Tales Of Poindexter

1:10 Davey And Goliath

1:30 Mister Rogers

2:00 What's New

2:30 Vanishing Wilderness

3:00 Designing Women(sewing program,not the later show)

3:30 Festival Of Music

4:00 Folk Guitar Plus

4:30 Photography: Incisive Art

5:00 American City

6:00 The Way People Live

6:30 Social Security

6:45 BAMC Newsscope

7:00 Museum Open House

7:30 Casals Master Class

8:00 Men And Ideas

8:30 NET Festival

9:30 To Be Announced

10:00 Your Right To Say It

10:30 NET Playhouse


KWEX--Channel 41(Ind.)

PM

Noon Cuerpo De Marina

12:15 Seguro Social

12:30 Preparacion Escolar

1:00 Pena Show

2:00 Matinee Movie--To Be Announced

4:00 La Intrusa

6:00 Noticiero

6:30 Musica Morena

7:00 Jose Jose

7:30 Noches Tapatias

8:00 Peliculas Clasicas

9:30 Boxing

11:00 Noticiero

Sunday,July 11th 1971

WOAI--Channel 4(NBC)

AM

7:00 Music And The Spoken Word

7:30 Herald Of Truth

8:00 Meet The Professor

8:30 Christophers

9:00 Time For Timothy


9:30 Big Picture

10:00 Movie--Try And Get Me

11:35 Drug Abuse

11:55 Washington Wire

PM

Noon Meet The Press

12:30 Job Market

1:00 Baseball--Houston Astros vs. St. Louis Cardinals

3:30 To Be Announced

4:00 Rawhide

5:00 Minority Report

5:30 NBC News

6:00 News

6:30 Wonderful World Of Disney

7:30 Fall Fashion Preview

8:00 Bonanza

9:00 Bold Ones

10:00 News

10:30 The Tonight Show

KENS--Channel 5(CBS)

AM

7:15 Sacred Heart

7:30 The Answer

8:00 Tom And Jerry


8:30 TV Forum

9:00 Lamp Unto My Feet

9:30 Look Up And Live

10:00 Camera Three

10:30 Face The Nation

11:00 Commendor Pena Speaks

11:05 Pinpoint(bowling show)

11:35 Movie--Triumph Of Michael

PM

1:35 Movie--Law Of War

3:30 The Monroes

4:30 Where's Huddles

5:00 Jim Thomas Outdoors

5:30 CBS News

6:00 Lassie

6:30 Animal World

7:00 CBS Movie--Judith

9:00 Ice Palace

10:00 CBS News

10:15 News

10:30 Merv Griffin Show

KSAT--Channel 12(ABC)

AM

7:30 Christophers(WOAI's Christophers may have been in Spanish)


8:00 Community Report

8:30 Oral Roberts

9:00 Rex Humbard

10:00 Bullwinkle

10:30 Discovery

11:00 Community Chapel

11:30 Opinion

PM

Noon House Of Art

12:30 Issues And Answers

1:00 Insight

1:30 Have Gun Will Travel

2:00 The Deputy

2:30 Movie--Black Patch

4:00 Movie--The Forest Rangers

5:30 Controversy

6:00 News

6:30 Untamed World

7:00 The FBI

8:00 Movie--The Mating Season

10:00 News

10:30 Movie--The Girl From Flanders

KLRN--Channel 9(PBS)

AM
8:00 Course Of Our Times

9:00 Politics, Growth And Conflict

9:30 Casals Master Class

10:00 Book Beat

10:30 World Press Review

11:30 30 Minutes

PM

Noon Non-Stop To Everywhere

12:30 Washington Week In Review

1:00 Insight(Spanish,KSAT was in English)

1:30 Underway For Peace

2:00 Men And Ideas

2:30 Periodico

3:00 Capital Eye

3:30 Your Right To Say It

4:00 NET Festival

5:00 NET Journal

6:00 Firing Line

7:00 Evening At Pops

8:00 Masterpiece Theater

9:00 Fanfare

10:00 Big Picture

10:30 NET Playhouse

KWEX--Channel 41(Ind.)
PM

Noon Frente A La Calle

12:15 Voces Del Seminario

12:30 La Respuesta De La Fe

12:45 La Feria

1:00 Teatro Fantastico

2:00 Toros

3:00 Del Altar A La Tumba

5:00 Domingos Alegres

6:00 Noticiero

6:30 Ensalada De Locos

7:00 TV Musical

7:30 Revista Musical

8:00 Cine Premier--No Title Given

9:30 Teatro Familiar

10:30 Noticiero

Retro: San Antonio TX--July 12th to July 16th(Weekdays)

Source: TV Guide

WOAI--Channel 4(NBC)

AM

6:45 Adelante

7:00 Today Show

9:00 Dinah's Place


9:30 Concentration

10:00 Sale Of The Century

10:30 Hollywood Squares

11:00 Jeopardy

11:30 News

11:55 NBC News

PM

Noon Somerset

12:30 Joe Garagiola's Memory Game

1:00 Days Of Our Lives

1:30 The Doctors

2:00 Another World

2:30 Phil Donahue

3:30 Dick Van Dyke

4:00 Big Valley(Monday,Wednesday,Friday)--Rawhide(Tuesday and Thursday)

5:00 News

5:30 NBC News

KENS--Channel 5(CBS)

AM

6:30 The Flintstones

7:00 CBS News

7:30 Cartoons

8:00 Captain Kangaroo

9:00 Galloping Gourmet(The Lucy Show wasn't seen in San Antonio)


9:30 Beverly Hillbillies

10:00 Family Affair

10:30 Love Of Life

11:00 Where The Heart Is

11:25 CBS News

11:30 Search For Tomorrow

PM

Noon News

12:15 Our Town

12:30 As The World Turns

1:00 Love Is A Many Splendored Thing

1:30 Guiding Light

2:00 Secret Storm

2:30 Edge Of Night

3:00 Gomer Pyle

3:30 Captain Gus And Popeye

4:30 I Love Lucy

5:00 News

5:30 CBS News

KSAT--Channel 12(ABC)

AM

6:45 Classroom

7:00 Seven

8:00 Morning Movie


9:50 Lucille Benson(sewing)

10:00 Mantrap

10:30 That Girl

11:00 Bewitched

11:30 Love American Style

PM

Noon All My Children

12:30 Let's Make A Deal

1:00 Newlywed Game

1:30 Dating Game

2:00 General Hospital

2:30 One Life To Live

3:00 Password

3:30 Stump The Stars

4:00 Afternoon Movie

5:25 Jot

5:30 ABC News

KLRN--Channel 9(PBS)

AM

9:00 Sesame Street

10:00 Mister Rogers

10:30 What's New

11:00 Varied Programs

PM
Noon Ladies Day

12:30 Twelve Thirty Today

1:00 Varied Programs

3:00 Sesame Street

4:00 What's New

4:30 Carrascolendas

5:00 Mister Rogers

5:30 Sesame Street

KWEX--Channel 41(Ind.)

Programming started at 4:00 P.M.

PM

4:00 Comicos Y Canciones

4:30 En San Antonio

5:30 Fray Escoba

Retro:San Antonio TX July 12th to July 16th 1971(Prime Time)

Source: TV Guide

WOAI--Channel 4(NBC)

Monday

PM

6:00 News

6:30 From A Bird's Eye View

7:00 NBC Comedy Theater


8:00 Movie--The Pride Of St. Louis

10:00 News

10:30 Tonight Show

Tuesday

PM

6:00 News

6:30 Joe Garagiola's Baseball World

7:00 42nd All Star Game(held in Detroit)

10:00 News

10:30 Tonight Show

Wednesday

PM

6:00 News

6:30 Men From Shiloh

8:00 Kraft Music Hall

9:00 Four In One

10:00 News

10:30 Tonight Show

Thursday

PM

6:00 News

6:30 NBC Action Playhouse


7:30 Ironside

8:30 Adam-12

9:00 Vic Damone

10:00 News

10:30 Tonight Show

Friday

PM

6:00 News

6:30 High Chaparral

7:30 Name Of The Game

9:00 Strange Report

10:00 News

10:30 Tonight Show

KENS--Channel 5(CBS)

Monday

PM

6:00 Hazel

6:30 Gunsmoke

7:30 The Lucy Show(reruns while Here's Lucy was off for the summer)

8:00 Mayberry R.F.D

8:30 Doris Day Show

9:00 CBS Newcomers

10:00 News
10:30 Merv Griffin

Tuesday

PM

6:00 Hazel

6:30 Beverly Hillbillies

7:00 Green Acres

7:30 Hee Haw

8:30 All In The Family

9:00 CBS News Special

10:00 News

10:30 Merv Griffin

Wednesday

PM

6:00 Hazel

6:30 Men At Law

7:30 To Rome With Love

8:00 Medical Center

9:00 Hawaii Five-0

10:00 News

10:30 Merv Griffin

Thursday

PM
6:00 Hazel

6:30 Family Affair

7:00 Lancer(summer reruns on CBS)

8:00 Movie--The Mountain Road

10:00 News

10:30 Merv Griffin

Friday

PM

6:00 Hazel

6:30 The Interns

7:30 The Headmaster

8:00 CBS Movie--The Battle Of The Villa Florita

10:00 News

10:30 Movie--The Amazing Colossal Man

AM

12:30 Movie--Blood Of Dracula

KSAT--Channel 12(ABC)

Monday

PM

6:00 News

6:30 Let's Make A Deal

7:00 Newlywed Game

7:30 It Was A Very Good Year


8:00 ABC Movie--Weekend At Dunkirk

10:00 News

10:30 Movie--I Wake Up Screaming

Tuesday

PM

6:00 News

6:30 The Mod Squad

7:30 ABC Movie--Made For Each Other

9:00 Marcus Welby M.D.

10:00 News

10:30 Movie--The Great Man

Wednesday

PM

6:00 News

6:30 Courtship Of Eddie's Father

7:00 Room 222

7:30 The Smith Family

8:00 Love On A Rooftop

8:30 The Immortal

9:30 NFL Action

10:00 News

10:30 Movie--The Treasure Of Lost Canyon


Thursday

PM

6:00 News

6:30 Tom Jones

7:30 Bewitched

8:00 Make Room For Granddaddy

8:30 Dan August

9:30 This Is Your Life

10:00 News

10:30 Movie--A Letter To Three Wives

Friday

PM

6:00 News

6:30 The Brady Bunch

7:00 Nanny And The Professor

7:30 Partridge Family

8:00 That Girl

8:30 Odd Couple

9:00 Love American Style

10:00 News

10:30 Movie--Streets Of Laredo

KLRN--Channel 9(PBS)

Monday
PM

6:30 News

7:00 World Press Review

8:00 Speaking Freely

9:00 Book Beat

9:30 Museum Open House

10:00 Festival Of Music

10:30 Realities

11:30 Insight

Tuesday

PM

6:30 News

7:00 Perspectives On Violence

8:00 30 Minutes

8:30 Artists In America

9:00 Periodico

9:30 Photography: Incisive Art

10:00 Feminine Fitness

10:30 NET Festival

11:30 Non-Stop To Everywhere

Wednesday

PM

6:30 News
7:00 French Chef

7:30 Just Jazz

8:00 Firing Line

9:00 Masterpiece Theater

10:00 Feminine Fitness

10:30 Evening At Pops

11:30 Designing Women(sewing)

Thursday

PM

6:30 News

7:00 Washington Week In Review

7:30 NET Playhouse

9:00 American Business System

9:30 Folk Guitar Plus

10:00 Feminine Fitness

10:30 Creative Person

11:00 Politics, Growth And Conflict

11:30 French Chef

Friday

PM

6:30 News

7:00 Capital Eye

7:30 NET Festival


8:30 To Be Announced

9:00 Just Jazz

9:30 Experiment

10:00 Course Of Our Times

10:30 Fanfare

11:30 Washington Week In Review

KWEX--Channel 41(Ind.)

Monday

PM

6:00 Noticiero

6:30 Nuestro Amor

7:00 Espectaculo

7:30 En Busca Del Paradiso

8:00 Impactos Musicales

8:30 La Intrusa

9:00 Silvia Y Enrique

10:00 Del Altar A La Tumba

10:30 Noticiero

Tuesday

PM

6:00 Noticiero

6:30 Nuestro Amor

7:00 Las Estrellas Y Usted


7:30 En Busca Del Paradiso

8:00 Do-Re-Mi

8:30 La Intrusa

9:00 Yesenia

10:00 Del Altar A La Tumba

10:30 Noticiero

Wednesday

PM

6:00 Noticiero

6:30 Nuestro Amor

7:00 Pandorama

7:30 En Busca Del Paradiso

8:00 Los Beverly De Peralvillo

8:30 La Intrusa

9:00 Los Polivoces

9:30 Miercoles Musical

10:00 Del Altar A La Tumba

10:30 Mano A Mano Ranchero

11:00 Noticiero

Thursday

PM

6:00 Noticiero

6:30 Nuestro Amor


7:00 Lucecita

7:30 En Busca Del Paradiso

8:00 La Criada Bien Criada

8:30 La Intrusa

9:00 Cosa Juzgada

10:00 Del Altar A La Tumba

10:30 Noticiero

Friday

PM

6:00 Noticiero

6:30 Nuestro Amor

7:00 Mujeres Mujeres Mujeres

7:30 En Busca Del Paradiso

8:00 Estrellas Musicales

8:30 La Intrusa

9:00 Lucha Libre

10:00 Del Altar A La Tumba

10:30 Noticiero

Retro:Cleveland/Akron Weekday Lineup Dec. 18 (Friday), 21-24, 1953

From Lake Erie TV Guide Edition..Will list Youngstown in a Separate Post

WNBK 4 NBC
7AM Today

9AM Captain Glenn-Glenn Rowell

9:25 Ohio Today-Tom Haley

9:30 Idea Shop-Mildred/Gloria

9:55 Ohio Today

10AM Ding Dong School

10:30 Glamor Girl

11AM Hawkins Falls

11:15 Three Steps To Heaven-Soap

11;30 The Bennetts

11:45 Follow Your Heart

Noon Bride And Groom

12:15 Haley's Daily

12:30 Maggi Byrne-Fashion

1PM Movie Westward Ho!

2:15 Joe Partaro-Beauty

2:30 Nancy Dixon-Shopping

2:45 Chef Lorenzo-Cook

3PM Kate Smith

4PM Welcome Travelers

4:30 On Your Account

5PM Atom Squad

5:15 Gabby Hayes

5:30 Howdy Doody

6PM Monday Superman


Tuesday Sky King

Wednesday Wild Bill Hickock

Thursday Kit Carson

Friday Suppertime Comics

6:30 Tom Manning-Sports

6:40 Weather Factory

6:45 Tom Field News

WEWS 5 CBS

8AM News

8:05 Wings Of Song-Crandall Hendershott/Randy Culver at the Organ

8:30 Beauty For You-Paige Palmer (News Bulletin 8:45)

9AM Mixing Bowl

9:30 Western Reserve Univ.

10AM Jack Paar

10:30 Wheel Of Fortune (No relation to the current series)

11:30 Strike It Rich

Noon Valiant Lady

12:15 Love Of Life

12:30 Search For Tomorrow

12:45 Guiding Light

1PM Women's Window-Ethel Jackson

1:30 Garry Moore Show


2PM Double Or Nothing

2:30 House Party-Linkletter

3PM Big Payoff

3:30 Bob Crosby

4PM Dinner Platter-Bob Dale Local Variety

5PM News

5:05 Uncle Jake's House-Gene Carroll

5:30 Movie

6:30 Dorothy Fuldheim

6:45 Lee Sullivan Variety Mon-Wed. Fri.

Columbus Boy Choir Tues.

A Jew Looks At Christmas Thurs.

6:55 Johnny Price-Weather

WXEL 8 DuMont/ABC

9AM Movie

10:15 News Summary

10:30 Charming Children

11AM Alice Weston

11:30 Movie

Noon Rena And Bob

1PM Movie

2:45 All For You Alice Weston (Spotlight On Beauty Thursday)

3PM Maggie Wulff


3:30 Paul Dixon-DuMont

4PM Turn To A Friend-ABC Dennis James

4:30 King Jack's Toy Box-Kids

5PM Santa Claus

5:15 Comedy Carnival

5:30 Desert Deputy-Western serials

6:10 News

6:20 Sports Report

Mon. Wed. Fri. Al Rosen (Cleveland Indians Manager at the time)

Tue. Thur. Bob Neal.(Cleveland Indians Radio or TV Announcer most of the years between 1952-
72) Source:2005 Indians Media Guide

6:30 TV Weather Man

6:40 Les Paul/Mary Ford Show

6:45 MWF-Home With The Grahams

TuTh Detecto-Quiz First week of a new local quiz show with Rena And Bob

WAKR 49 ABC

4PM Turn To A Friend

4:30 Ern Westmore-ABC

5PM Hinky Dinks-Kids

5;30 Corral Time-Western Film

6:15 (Rex) Humbard Family

6:30 Monday Tootsie Hippodrome

Tuesday, Wednesday Super Serials

Thursday Sky King


Friday Smiling Ed's Gang

Retro: Chicago network affilates, Saturday, Feb. 4, 1989

(Source: The Daily Herald, suburban Chicago)

WBBM-TV 2 (CBS)

AM

6 Newday Chicago

6:30 Young Universe

7 Raggedy Ann & Andy

7:30 Superman

8 Muppet Babies

9 Pee-wees Playhouse

9:30 Garfield & Friends

10 Hey, Vern, Its Ernest!

10:30 Teen Wolf

11 Mighty Mouse

11:30 Storybreak

PM

12 Dr. Fad

12:30 Good Fishing

1 College Basketball: Syracuse at Pittsburgh or Stanford at Florida

3 Golf: Nissan Open

5 Newsmakers

5:30 CBS News


6 Campaign 89: The Mayoral Debate

7 Dolphin Cove

8 Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour

9 West 57th

10 News

10:30 Siskel & Ebert

11 Gong Show

11:30 Tenth Annual Black Achievement Awards

1AM Hart to Hart

2 Newsmakers

2:30 Common Ground

3:30 Movie: Coming Home

WMAQ-TV 5 (NBC)

AM

5 Group One Medical (two episodes)

6 Liars Club

6:30 Hickory Hideout

7 Kissyfur

7:30 Gummi Bears

8 Smurfs

9 The Chipmunks

9:30 ALF

10:30 Ed Grimley

11 Punky Brewster
11:30 Fat Albert & The Cosby Kids

PM

12 Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous

1 Fast Break To Glory

2 Track & Field: Millrose Games

3 College Basketball: North Carolina at DePaul

5 News

5:30 NBC News

6 Its Showtime At The Apollo

7 227

7:30 Amen

8 Golden Girls

8:30 Empty Nest

9 Hunter

10 News

10:30 Saturday Night Live

12AM Freddys Nightmares

1 D.C. Follies

1:30 Warner

2 USA Weekend

3 Movie: Throw Out The Anchor

WLS-TV 7 (ABC)

AM

7 Flintstone Kids
7:30 Winnie the Pooh

8:30 Real Ghostbusters

9:30 A Pup Named Scooby Doo

10 Bugs Bunny and Tweety

11 Animal Crack-Ups

11:30 Weekend Special: P.J. Funnybunny

PM

12 College Basketball: Michigan State at Michigan

2 Bowling: Budweiser Classic

3:30 Wide World Of Sports: World Alpine Championships

5 ABC News

5:30 News

6 Hawaii Bound: Paradise Found

6:30 Wheel Of Fortune

7 Mission: Impossible

8 A Man Called Hawk

9 Murphys Law

10 News

10:30 ABC News

10:45 Movie: Silverado

1:45AM Movie: Gunplay

WTTW 11 (PBS)

AM

6 Wall Street Week


7 CNN News

9 Woodwrights Shop

9:30 New Yankee Workshop

10 Julia Child And More Company

10:30 Hometime

11 MotorWeek

11:30 This Old House

PM

12 World At War

1 Discoveries Underwater

2 Nova

3 Pizza Gourmet

3:30 Rod & Reel

4 Yan Can Cook

4:30 Floyd On Fish

5 This Old House

5:30 Frugal Gourmet

6 Sneak Previews

6:30 McLaughlin Group

7 Movie: The Turning Point

9 Great Performances

10:30 Couples Arguing

11:30 Movie: Footsteps In The Dark

1:05AM Movie: The Stranger


WYCC 20 (PBS)

AM

6 Sesame Street

7 Shining Time Station

7:30 Long Ago And Far Away

8 English As A Second Language

8:30 GED

9:30 Math For Modern Living

10 Understanding Human Behavior

10:30 Growing Years

11 From Socretes to Sartre

11:30 American Government Survey

PM

12 Heres To Your Health

12:30 America: Second Century

1 Marketing

1:30 Crime File

2 Business File

2:30 Humanities Through The Arts

3 Business of Management

3:30 Adventures In Scale Modeling

4 Watch Me Move

5 ComputerWorks

5:30 Photographic Vision

6 Drama
7 Television

8 The Brain

9 Buongrorno Italia

9:30 Kovels on Collecting

10 Planet Earth

10:30 Japan: The Living and Changing Tradition

11 Declaration of Independents (as listed)

WCIU 26 (Univision)

AM

6:30 Club del Nino

7 Way of Deliverance

7:30 Garner Ted Armstrong

8 Bombay Broadcasting Network

9 Sangeeta Presents

10 Ernest Angley

11 Buy Owner

11:30 NNN News (as listed)

PM

12:30 Philippine Reports TV

1 Chinese Spotlight

3 TV Arabic Hour

3:30 Persian Hour

4 Beautiful Korea

5 Midwest Outdoors
5:30 Noticiero Univision

6 Sabado Gigante

9:30 Tu Musica

10 Cine

12AM Johnny Canales

1 Palabras de Vida

WFLD 32 (Fox)

AM

6 Esle Semano

7 32 This Week

8 V-Slicer

8:30 Beauty

9 ERA Home Showcase

9:30 $1,000 Every 5 Hours

10 Cellulite-Free

10:30 Americas Top 10

11 WWF Wrestling Challenge

PM

12 Munsters (two episodes)

1 Movie: How Sweet It Is

3 Movie: It Happened To Jane

5 Happy Days

5:30 Diffrent Strokes

6 Gimme A Break (two episodes)


7 The Reporters

8 Beyond Tomorrow

9 Simon & Simon

10 Comic Strip Live

11 Comedy Classics I

12AM Comedy Classics II

1 Movie: My Bloody Valentine

3 Financial Freedom

4 Movie: Mr. Wong, Detective

WSNS 44 (Telemundo)

AM

8 Tin Pilin Plo

8:30 Trapito

9 Movie: Todos Eran Valientes

11 Lucha Libre

PM

12 Chiquitiadas

12:30 Papa Soliero

1 Movie: Lo Blanco, lo Rojo y lo Negro

3 Deportes Telemundo

5 MTV Internacional

6 Lagrimas Negras

8 Veronica Castro

9 Noticiero Telemundo/CNN
9:30 Linas Abierta

10 Anabel

11 Movie: Adios ai Amigo

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Do you have weekday listings from this time period? Please post if you do.

> (Source: The Daily Herald, suburban Chicago)

>

> WBBM-TV 2 (CBS)

> AM

> 6 Newday Chicago

> 6:30 Young Universe

> 7 Raggedy Ann & Andy

> 7:30 Superman


> 8 Muppet Babies

> 9 Pee-wees Playhouse

> 9:30 Garfield & Friends

> 10 Hey, Vern, Its Ernest!

> 10:30 Teen Wolf

> 11 Mighty Mouse

> 11:30 Storybreak

> PM

> 12 Dr. Fad

> 12:30 Good Fishing

> 1 College Basketball: Syracuse at Pittsburgh or Stanford at

> Florida

> 3 Golf: Nissan Open

> 5 Newsmakers

> 5:30 CBS News

> 6 Campaign 89: The Mayoral Debate

> 7 Dolphin Cove

> 8 Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour

> 9 West 57th

> 10 News

> 10:30 Siskel & Ebert

> 11 Gong Show

> 11:30 Tenth Annual Black Achievement Awards

> 1AM Hart to Hart

> 2 Newsmakers
> 2:30 Common Ground

> 3:30 Movie: Coming Home

>

> WMAQ-TV 5 (NBC)

> AM

> 5 Group One Medical (two episodes)

> 6 Liars Club

> 6:30 Hickory Hideout

> 7 Kissyfur

> 7:30 Gummi Bears

> 8 Smurfs

> 9 The Chipmunks

> 9:30 ALF

> 10:30 Ed Grimley

> 11 Punky Brewster

> 11:30 Fat Albert & The Cosby Kids

> PM

> 12 Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous

> 1 Fast Break To Glory

> 2 Track & Field: Millrose Games

> 3 College Basketball: North Carolina at DePaul

> 5 News

> 5:30 NBC News

> 6 Its Showtime At The Apollo

> 7 227
> 7:30 Amen

> 8 Golden Girls

> 8:30 Empty Nest

> 9 Hunter

> 10 News

> 10:30 Saturday Night Live

> 12AM Freddys Nightmares

> 1 D.C. Follies

> 1:30 Warner

> 2 USA Weekend

> 3 Movie: Throw Out The Anchor

>

> WLS-TV 7 (ABC)

> AM

> 7 Flintstone Kids

> 7:30 Winnie the Pooh

> 8:30 Real Ghostbusters

> 9:30 A Pup Named Scooby Doo

> 10 Bugs Bunny and Tweety

> 11 Animal Crack-Ups

> 11:30 Weekend Special: P.J. Funnybunny

> PM

> 12 College Basketball: Michigan State at Michigan

> 2 Bowling: Budweiser Classic

> 3:30 Wide World Of Sports: World Alpine Championships


> 5 ABC News

> 5:30 News

> 6 Hawaii Bound: Paradise Found

> 6:30 Wheel Of Fortune

> 7 Mission: Impossible

> 8 A Man Called Hawk

> 9 Murphys Law

> 10 News

> 10:30 ABC News

> 10:45 Movie: Silverado

> 1:45AM Movie: Gunplay

>

> WTTW 11 (PBS)

> AM

> 6 Wall Street Week

> 7 CNN News

> 9 Woodwrights Shop

> 9:30 New Yankee Workshop

> 10 Julia Child And More Company

> 10:30 Hometime

> 11 MotorWeek

> 11:30 This Old House

> PM

> 12 World At War

> 1 Discoveries Underwater


> 2 Nova

> 3 Pizza Gourmet

> 3:30 Rod & Reel

> 4 Yan Can Cook

> 4:30 Floyd On Fish

> 5 This Old House

> 5:30 Frugal Gourmet

> 6 Sneak Previews

> 6:30 McLaughlin Group

> 7 Movie: The Turning Point

> 9 Great Performances

> 10:30 Couples Arguing

> 11:30 Movie: Footsteps In The Dark

> 1:05AM Movie: The Stranger

>

> WYCC 20 (PBS)

> AM

> 6 Sesame Street

> 7 Shining Time Station

> 7:30 Long Ago And Far Away

> 8 English As A Second Language

> 8:30 GED

> 9:30 Math For Modern Living

> 10 Understanding Human Behavior

> 10:30 Growing Years


> 11 From Socretes to Sartre

> 11:30 American Government Survey

> PM

> 12 Heres To Your Health

> 12:30 America: Second Century

> 1 Marketing

> 1:30 Crime File

> 2 Business File

> 2:30 Humanities Through The Arts

> 3 Business of Management

> 3:30 Adventures In Scale Modeling

> 4 Watch Me Move

> 5 ComputerWorks

> 5:30 Photographic Vision

> 6 Drama

> 7 Television

> 8 The Brain

> 9 Buongrorno Italia

> 9:30 Kovels on Collecting

> 10 Planet Earth

> 10:30 Japan: The Living and Changing Tradition

> 11 Declaration of Independents (as listed)

>

> WCIU 26 (Univision)

> AM
> 6:30 Club del Nino

> 7 Way of Deliverance

> 7:30 Garner Ted Armstrong

> 8 Bombay Broadcasting Network

> 9 Sangeeta Presents

> 10 Ernest Angley

> 11 Buy Owner

> 11:30 NNN News (as listed)

> PM

> 12:30 Philippine Reports TV

> 1 Chinese Spotlight

> 3 TV Arabic Hour

> 3:30 Persian Hour

> 4 Beautiful Korea

> 5 Midwest Outdoors

> 5:30 Noticiero Univision

> 6 Sabado Gigante

> 9:30 Tu Musica

> 10 Cine

> 12AM Johnny Canales

> 1 Palabras de Vida

>

> WFLD 32 (Fox)

> AM

> 6 Esle Semano


> 7 32 This Week

> 8 V-Slicer

> 8:30 Beauty

> 9 ERA Home Showcase

> 9:30 $1,000 Every 5 Hours

> 10 Cellulite-Free

> 10:30 Americas Top 10

> 11 WWF Wrestling Challenge

> PM

> 12 Munsters (two episodes)

> 1 Movie: How Sweet It Is

> 3 Movie: It Happened To Jane

> 5 Happy Days

> 5:30 Diffrent Strokes

> 6 Gimme A Break (two episodes)

> 7 The Reporters

> 8 Beyond Tomorrow

> 9 Simon & Simon

> 10 Comic Strip Live

> 11 Comedy Classics I

> 12AM Comedy Classics II

> 1 Movie: My Bloody Valentine

> 3 Financial Freedom

> 4 Movie: Mr. Wong, Detective

>
> WSNS 44 (Telemundo)

> AM

> 8 Tin Pilin Plo

> 8:30 Trapito

> 9 Movie: Todos Eran Valientes

> 11 Lucha Libre

> PM

> 12 Chiquitiadas

> 12:30 Papa Soliero

> 1 Movie: Lo Blanco, lo Rojo y lo Negro

> 3 Deportes Telemundo

> 5 MTV Internacional

> 6 Lagrimas Negras

> 8 Veronica Castro

> 9 Noticiero Telemundo/CNN

> 9:30 Linas Abierta

> 10 Anabel

> 11 Movie: Adios ai Amigo

>

<P ID="edit"><FONT class="small">Edited by classictvfan on 07/21/05 10:17 AM.</FONT></P>

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> Do you have weekday listings from this time period? Please

> post if you do.

>

Yes, but it may take me a few days to get them posted. Stay tuned...

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> > 3 College Basketball: North Carolina at DePaul

It was actually North Carolina State. I remember, DePaul won.

Retro:Youngstown, Ohio Weekday Daytime Dec. 18 (Fri.) Dec.21-24, 1953

WKBN 27 CBS/ABC/DuMont

11AM Morning Movie

12:15 Love Of Life-CBS

12:30 Search For Tomorrow-CBS

12:45 Gene Starn News


1PM Home Cooking-Marian Resch

1:30 Monday Movie Matinee

Tues. Fri. Movie Miniature

Wednesday Garry Moore(15 Minutes)

Thursday Home Cooking..(continued) Best I can figure-Maybe Holiday special

1:45 Tuesday Movie Minatures (continued)

Wednesday Movie Matinee

Thursday Home Cooking (Continues)

Friday Garry Moore (only 15 Minutes)

2PM Friday Movie

2:30 Tues-Thurs. This Life Of Ours

3PM Paul Dixon-DuMont

4PM Action In The Afternoon-Western CBS

4:30 Ern Westmore-ABC Mon. Tues Wed. Fri.

Ruckers Rumpus Room Thursday

5PM Movie-Western

6PM Adventure Time

6:30 News Today

6:40 News At Home

6:45 Don Gardner Sports

6:55 Stu Wilson Weather


WFMJ 73 NBC

7AM Today

9AM Pictorial Parade-Film

10AM Ding Dong School

10:30 Glamor Girl

11AM Hawkins Falls

11:15 Three Steps To Heaven-Soap

11;30 The Bennetts

11:45 Follow Your Heart

Noon Bride And Groom

12:15 Noontime Comics

12:45 News Headlines

1PM Movie

2:15 Fashion Sketchbook

2:30 Kitchen Corner

3PM Kate Smith

4PM Welcome Travelers

4:30 On Your Account

5PM Santa Claus

5:15 Gabby Hayes

5:30 Howdy Doody

6PM News/Weather

6:20 Eddie Lane Sports

6:30 Film Fare


I did obtain Christmas Day Listings and will post them a bit later..In the next few days/weeks or
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Retro: Chicago independents, Friday, Feb. 3, 1989

(Source: Arlington Heights, Ill., Daily Herald)

WGN-TV 9

AM

5 Soap

5:30 Faith 20

6 Archie Bunkers Place

6:30 JEM

7 Bozo

8 Smurfs

8:30 Gumby

9 Dukes of Hazzard

10 Charlies Angels

11 Geraldo

PM

12 News

1 Andy Griffith

1:30 Dick Van Dyke

2 Leave It To Beaver

2:30 Yogi Bear

3 Bugs Bunny (also on Ch. 50 at same time)


3:30 G.I. Joe

4 C.O.P.S.

4:30 Fun House

5 Facts Of Life

5:30 WKRP In Cincinnati

6 Cheers

6:30 Night Court

7 Movie: Superman (w/Christopher Reeve)

9:30 News

10 Honeymooners

10:30 Hill Street Blues

11:30 Movie: Forced Vengeance

WCFC 38

AM

5:30 Beverly Exercise

6 700 Club

7 Lift Jesus Higher

7:30 James Robison

8 Marilyn Hickey

8:30 Larry Lea

9 Shape Up

9:30 CNN News

10 Among Friends

11 Heritage Singers
11:30 Fletcher Brothers

PM

12 Psychiatry & You

12:30 CNN News

1 Camp Meeting U.S.A.

2 Family Restoration Clinic

2:30 Jack Hayford

3 100 Huntley Street

4 Kids Jamboree

4:30 Color Me A Rainbow

5 Light Music

5:30 Zola Levitt

6 Sing Out America

6:30 CNN News

7 The 700 Club

8 Art Linkletter

8:30 Classroom 38

9 Among Friends

10 James Robison

10:30 CNN News

11 Heritage Today

12AM Psychiatry & You

12:30 Something Beautiful

WPWR 50
AM

5 Success-N-Life

6 Snorks

6:30 Bionic Six

7 Beverly Hills Teens

7:30 Bugs Bunny

8 Scooby-Doo

8:30 Bewitched

9 Eight Is Enough

10 Cellulite

10:30 Gidget

11 Police Woman

PM

12 Relative Speaking

12:30 Hollywood Squares

1 Newlywed Game

1:30 Dating Game

2 Care Bears

2:30 Popeye (also on ch. 32 at same time)

3 Bugs Bunny (also on ch. 9 at same time)

3:30 Jetsons

4 Tom & Jerry

5 Silver Spoons

5:30 Webster

6 A-Team
7 Movie: The Longest Day

9 Morton Downey Jr.

10 Sanford & Son

10:30 All In The Family (two episodes)

11:30 Odd Couple

12AM Couch Potatoes

12:30 On Trial

1 Success-N-Life

WGBO 66

AM

5:30 CNN News

6 Cartoons

6:30 Hes Alive

7 Success-N-Life

8 Ivanhoe

9 Government Loans

9:30 Weight Loss

10 Movie: Night Of The Assassin

PM

12 Heres Lucy

12:30 Mayberry R.F.D.

1 The Rifleman (two episodes)

2 Bonanza

3 Fall Guy
4 Knight Rider

5 Punky Brewster

5:30 New Leave It To Beaver

6 Its A Living

6:30 Kate & Allie

7 Movie: Zapped!

9 The Untouchables

10 Barney Miller (two episodes)

11 Carol Burnett & Friends

11:30 Maude

12AM Best of Groucho

12:30 Vietnam Chronicles

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> WGN-TV 9

> AM

> 5 Soap

> 5:30 Faith 20


-----------

Where did Faith 20 originate from anyway? I remember that show being on Global in Ontario
years ago, either in the same time slot or at 5 AM. What was it about anyway? Was it one of
those pay-for-pray shows?

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7 Movie: The Longest Day

Was this the first or second half of this 1962 movie?

Retro: Chicago network affs., Friday, Feb. 3, 1989

(Source: The Daily Herald, Arlington Heights, Ill.)

WBBM-TV 2 (CBS)

AM

6 This Mornings Business


6:30 Morning News

7 This Morning

9 Family Feud

9:30 Card Sharks

10 Price Is Right

11 Divorce Court

11:30 Young And The Restless

PM

12:30 Bold And The Beautiful

1 As The World Turns

2 Guiding Light

3 Love Connection

3:30 Superior Court

4 Peoples Court

4:30 First Edition

5 News

6 CBS News

6:30 Entertainment Tonight

7 Beauty And The Beast

8 Dallas

9 Falcon Crest

10 News

10:30 Pat Sajak

12M. Arsenio Hall

1 News (repeat)
WMAQ-TV 5 (NBC)

AM

5 Sally Jessy Raphael

5:30 Morning Stretch

6 News at Sunrise

6:30 News

6:45 News at Sunrise

7 Today

9 Sale of the Century

9:30 Classic Concentration

10 Wheel of Fortune

10:30 Win, Lose or Draw

11 Super Password

11:30 Scrabble

PM

12 Days Of Our Lives

1 Another World

2 Santa Barbara

3 Cagney & Lacey

4 News

5:30 NBC News

6 Inside Edition

6:30 USA Today

7 Wrestling
8 Miami Vice

9 UNSUB (series debut)

10 News

10:30 Tonight

11:30 Late Night

12:30 Friday Night Videos

WLS-TV 7 (ABC)

AM

5 Oprah Winfrey

6 News This Morning

6:15 News

6:30 News This Morning

6:45 News

7 Good Morning America

9 Oprah Winfrey

10 Home

11 Growing Pains

11:30 Loving

PM

12 All My Children

1 One Life To Live

2 General Hospital

3 Win, Lose Or Draw

3:30 Jeopardy!
4 News

5:30 ABC News

6 News

6:30 Wheel Of Fortune

7 Perfect Strangers

7:30 Full House

8 Mr. Belvedere

8:30 Just The Ten of Us

9 20/20

10 News

10:30 Nightline

11 Movie: Alcatraz: The Whole Shocking Story

12:50 News (repeat)

WTTW 11 (PBS)

AM

6 A.M. Weather

6:30 Shining Time Station

7 Captain Kangaroo

7:30 Sesame Street

8:30 Mister Rogers Neighborhood

9 Sesame Street

10 Mister Rogers Neighborhood

10:30 Zoobilee Zoo

11 Instructional TV
11:30 Sesame Street

PM

12:30 Frugal Gourmet

1 Magic of Oil Painting

1:30 Mystery!

2:30 Mister Rogers Neighborhood

3 Sesame Street

4 3-2-1 Contact

4:30 Degrassi Junior High

5 World of Survival

5:30 Nightly Business Report

6 MacNeil-Lehrer News Hour

7 Washington Week In Review

7:30 Wall Street Week

8 Chicago Week In Review

8:30 Comedy Tonight

9 Crime Inc.

10 Image Union

10:30 Wild Chicago

11 Alfred Hitchcock Hour

11:50 Movie: Getting Straight

WYCC 20 (PBS)

AM

6 The Write Course


6:30 Body Electric

7 Biology

7:30 Economics USA

8 Drama

9 Faces Of Culture

9:30 Portrait Of A Family

10 Buonglomo Italia

10:30 Exercise With Billie

11 Biology

11:30 Economics USA

PM

12 Drama

1 Madeleine Cooks

1:30 Faces Of Culture

2 Portrait Of A Family

2:30 To Life!

3 Body Electric

3:30 Long Ago & Far Away

4 Square One TV

4:30 Modern Maturity

5 Adult Years

5:30 GED

6 Deaf Mosaic

6:30 Signing With Cindy

7 Zarabanda
7:30 ComputerWorks

8 Marketing

8:30 Mechanical Universe

9 Japan: The Living & Changing Tradition

9:30 American Adventure

10 Earth Explored

10:30 ColorSounds

11 New Literacy

11:30 American Government Survey

WCIU 26 (Univision)

AM

6 Forever Young

6:30 Sister E.R. Allen

7 Faith 20

7:30 Oral Roberts

8:30 News

8:50 Ask An Expert

9:15 Business Newsmakers

10 a.m.-2:30 p.m. News on hour, Stock Market Observer on half-hour

PM

3:05 (as listed) Richard Ney Report

3:20 Market Wrapup

3:30 700 Club

4:30 TV Majer
5:30 Noticiero Univision

6 Senora

7 Primavera

8 Encadenados

9 Tu Musica

9:30 Tres Generaciones

10 Noticiero

10:30 Nina Bonita

11:30 Futbol

WFLD 32 (Fox)

AM

6 Cellulite-Free

6:30 He-Man

7 Woody Woodpecker

7:30 Dennis The Menace

8 Flintstones

8:30 My Little Pony

9 CHIPs

10 Donahue

11 Can This Marriage Be Saved?

11:30 Threes Company

PM

12 The Munsters

12:30 Batman
1 Too Close For Comfort

1:30 I Love Lucy

2 I Dream of Jeannie

2:30 Popeye (also on ch. 50 at same time)

3 Double Dare

3:30 Alvin & The Chipmunks

4 Duck Tales

4:30 Real Ghostbusters

5 Diffrent Strokes

5:30 Family Ties

6 Cosby

6:30 A Current Affair

7 News

7:30 NBA Basketball: Chicago Bulls at Houston Rockets

10 A Current Affair

10:30 Movie: To Kill A Mockingbird

1AM WWF Superstars of Wrestling

WSNS 44 (Telemundo)

AM

8 Rincon de los Prodigos

9 Gabriela

10 Medico de Senoras

10:30 Cocina Crisco

11 Cara a Cara
PM

12 Tu Mundo y el Mio

1 Movie: La Maestra Inolvidable

3 Uno Nunca Sabe

3:30 Adivinelo con Senas

4 Dia a Dia

5 Noticiero

5:30 Noticiero Telemundo/CNN

6 Pasion y Poder

7 Angelica, Mi Vida

8 Movie: Los Indonoables

10 Noticiero Telemundo/CNN

10:30 Estrenos y Estrellas

11:30 Cara a Cara

12:30 Noticiero (repeat)

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> WBBM-TV 2 (CBS)


> 10:30 Pat Sajak

---------

That show lasted what, a month?

> WTTW 11 (PBS)

> AM

> 6 A.M. Weather

---------

That is one pretty darn long weather report. And I thought WQLN Erie had a long AM Weather,
from 6:45 to 7 AM immediately following sign-on.

> 6:30 Shining Time Station

---------

Is that show still available anywhere? Not that I ever liked it.

> WFLD 32 (Fox)

> 4 Duck Tales

----------

Wasn't that part of the Disney Afternoon? Judgeing by the cartoons before and after it I'd say
that there was no Disney Afternoon yet.

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WFLD 32 (Fox)

4 Duck Tales

Wasn't that part of the Disney Afternoon? Judgeing by the

cartoons before and after it I'd say that there was no

Disney Afternoon yet.

The Disney Afternoon debuted in September 1990.

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Retro: Nova Scotia Thurs 11/26/92

from Halifax Chronicle-Herald

Maritime stations

ATV (CTV)

6:30 Merrie Melodies

7:00 Christopher Columbus

7:30 Canada AM
10:00 Dini Petty

11:00 Santa Barbara

Noon Batman

12:30 Tiny Toon Adventures

1:00 ATV News 1

1:30 The Judge

2:00 Shirley

3:00 Against All Odds

4:00 Oprah Winfrey

5:00 Live at 5

6:00 ATV Evening News

6:30 Full House

7:00 Murphy Brown

7:30 Dinosaurs

8:00 Melrose Place

9:00 Cosby Show

9:30 Different World

10:00 ENG

11:00 TBA

Mid. CTV National News

12:30 ATV Late News

1:00 Simon & Simon

2:00 sign-off

CBC Maritimes: CBHT Halfax/CBIT Sydney/CBCT Charlottetown (CBC)


7:00 CBC Morning News

9:00 What on Earth

9:30 Urban Peasant

10:00 Fred Penner's Place

10:30 Mr. Dressup

11:00 Sesame Street

Noon Midday

1:00 Coronation Street

1:30 Babar

2:00 Kate & Allie

2:30 Newhart

3:00 Taxi

3:30 WKRP in Cincinnati

4:00 Video Hits

4:30 Golden Girls

5:00 Empty News

5:30 1st Edition (CBHT/CBIT)/Compass (CBCT)

7:00 Material World

7:30 Empty Nest

8:00 TBA

9:00 1992 CFL Awards

10:00 CBC Prime Time News

11:00 Movie "Night Zoo"

1:20 Star Trek

2:20 Movie "Walter & June"


4:45 sign-off

CHSJ Saint John (CBC)

8:00 100 Huntley Street

9:00 Sesame Street

10:00 Fred Penner's Place

10:30 Mr. Dressup

11:00 Coronation Street

11:30 Babar

Noon Midday

1:00 Days of Our Lives

2:00 Kate & Allie

2:30 Newhart

3:00 Taxi

3:30 WKRP in Cincinnati

4:00 ALF

4:30 Golden Girls

5:00 Empty News

5:30 CBC News for New Brunswick

7:00 Material World

7:30 Empty News

8:00 TBA

9:00 1992 CFL Awards

10:00 CBC Prime Time News

11:00 Movie "Night Zoo"


1:20 Star Trek

2:20 sign-off

MITV (Global affiliate)

6:00 Body Moves

6:30 Blue Rainbow (produced at CHSJ, its sister station)

7:00 Pinocchio

7:30 Astroboy

8:00 Inspector Gadget

8:30 Body Moves

9:00 100 Huntley Street

10:00 The Best is Yet to Come

10:30 Pasquale's Kitchen Express

11:00 Maritimes Today

Noon Adventures of the Gummi Bears

12:30 Darkwing Duck

1:00 Legends of the West

2:00 Foreign Affairs

2:30 Divorce Court

3:00 Teddy Ruxpin

3:30 Goof Troop

4:00 Growing Pains

4:30 Perfect Strangers

5:00 Star Trek: The Next Generation

6:00 MITV News


6:30 Graham Report

7:00 Entertainment Tonight

7:30 Perfect Strangers

8:00 L.A. Law

9:00 Top Cops

10:00 Cheers

10:30 Wings

11:00 MITV News

11:30 Sportsline

Mid. Northern Response (infomercials)

1:00 sign-off

ASN

6:00 Wizard of Oz

6:30 Kingdom Adventure

7:00 Breakfast Television

9:00 Everyday Workout

9:30 New Attitude

10:00 Donahue

11:00 Country Practice (Aussie soap, I remember seeing custom promos for this)

Noon Lifestyle

12:30 Talkabout

1:00 Movie "Turtle Diary"

3:00 Jungle Book

3:30 Care Bears


4:00 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

4:30 You Can't Do That on Television

5:00 Who's the Boss?

5:30 Family Ties

6:00 You Bet Your Life

6:30 Family Feud

7:00 Wheel of Fortune

7:30 Jeopardy!

8:00 Movie "Clean & Sober"

10:30 Atlantic Pulse

11:30 Bizarre

Mid. Movie "Beyond Therapy"

2:00 sign-off

CBAFT Moncton (SRC)

7:30 Il etait une fois l'espace

8:00 SRC Bonjour

10:00 Les Anges du matin

11:00 Pacha et les chats

11:15 Iris, le gentil professeur

11:30 Tao Tao

Noon La cuisine au quotidien

12:15 Comme on est

1:00 L'Edition magazine: edition nationale

1:25 L'Edition magazine: edition regionale


1:30 Les Demons du midi

2:30 Cinema "La fugue de Maximilien Glick"

4:30 Les Schtroumpfs

5:00 Kim et Clip

5:30 Alana ou le futur imparfait

6:00 Ce soir Atlantique

7:00 Watatatow

7:30 Les detecteurs de mensonges

8:00 Marilyn

8:30 Tous pour un

9:00 Lance et compte III

10:00 Raison passion

10:30 A tout prix

11:00 Le Telejournal

11:25 Le Point

Mid. La Meteo

12:05 Les nouvelles du sport

12:20 Cinema "Un elephant ca trompe enormement"

2:40 sign-off

Dartmouth Cable 10

10:00 NWBC Seniors Network

Noon Community Notices

6:00 Karaoke

7:00 Spotlight on Seniors


7:30 Dartmouth City Council

8:00 In Harmony with Nature

9:00 Bolodrome

10:00 Community Notices

Bedford/Sackville Cable 10

1:00 Financial Success

1:30 Tom Patillo

2:00 Science is Your World

2:30 Exploring Health

3:00 Community Notices

6:00 Steppin' Up

7:00 Sport Nova Scotia

7:30 GED Math

8:00 Viewer Choice

10:00 sign-off

Halifax Cable 10

10:00 NWBC Seniors Network

Noon Community Notices

5:35 Keeping Pace

6:05 Tickles & Tales

6:35 After Hours Workout

7:05 Waste That Works

8:05 Halifax City Council


sign-off following council meeting

Other Canadian

BCTV Vancouver (CTV)

5:05 Movie "Merchants of War"

6:50 Three's Company

7:20 Candid Camera

7:50 sign-off

9:00 Northern Response

10:00 Romper Room

10:30 Canada AM

1:00 It Figures

1:30 Chain Reaction

2:00 Dini Petty

3:00 Shirley

4:00 News

5:00 Against All Odds

6:00 Oprah Winfrey

7:00 Geraldo

8:00 Oprah Winfrey

9:00 News

9:30 Cheers

10:00 News

11:00 Inside Edition


11:30 Jeopardy!

Mid. Cosby Show

12:30 Different World

1:00 ENG

2:00 Primetime Live

3:00 CTV National News

3:30 News

4:05 Studs

4:35 Whoopi Goldberg

CFJP Montreal (TQS)

1:30 Cinema "Coup double"

3:30 De toutes les couleurs

4:30 Cuisine sante

5:00 Y'a rien de trop beau

6:00 Le Grand Journal

7:00 La guerre des clans (Family Feud, Quebec style)

7:30 Sonia Benezra

8:30 Hockey LNH: Quebec @ Toronto

11:30 Le Grand Journal

Mid. Sports Plus

12:30 Sports Plus Extra

1:00 Cinema "L'ile sanglante"

3:30 sign-off
CHCH Hamilton

5:00 Northern Response

6:30 James Robison

7:00 Bestsellers

7:30 Strange Paradise

8:00 100 Huntley Street

9:00 Body Moves

9:30 New Attitude

10:00 Talkabout

10:30 Super Pay Cards

11:00 Carol Burnett & Friends

11:30 Life's Most Embarassing Moments

Noon Missing-Reward

12:30 Sketches of Our Town

1:00 News

1:30 On the Scene

2:00 Pasquale's Kitchen Express

2:30 Lifestyle

3:00 Movie "The Day the Loving Stopped"

5:00 Matlock

6:00 Current Affair

6:30 News

8:00 Family Feud

8:30 You Bet Your Life

9:00 Delta
9:30 Martin

10:00 Homefront

11:00 Primetime Live

Mid. News

1:00 Whoopi Goldberg

1:30 Current Affair

2:00 Invisions

2:30 Northern Response

CITV Edmonton

5:00 Movie cont'd "The Rape of Dr. Willis"

6:25 sign-off

8:00 Northern Response

9:00 It Figures

9:30 Mighty Hercules

10:00 Teddy Ruxpin

10:30 Inspector Gadget

11:00 It's a New Day

Noon 100 Huntley Street

1:00 Edmonton Live

2:30 Care Bears

3:00 Tiny Toon Adventures

3:30 You Bet Your Life

4:00 Sisters

5:00 Live It Up
5:30 Foreign Affairs

6:00 Homefront

7:00 Beverly Hills 90210

8:00 Star Trek: The Next Generation

9:00 News

9:30 M*A*S*H

10:00 Major Dad

10:30 Cheers

11:00 Top Cops (x2)

1:00 News

2:00 Sports Night

2:30 Alfred Hitchcock Presents

3:00 Married...with Children

3:35 Tonight Show

4:35 Movie "Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome"

US Networks

ABC: WXYZ Detroit

5:30 Home

6:30 ABC World News This Morning

7:15 News

7:30 ABC World News This Morning

7:45 News

8:00 Good Morning America

10:00 Company with John Kelly & Maureen Turner


11:00 Movie "One Magic Christmas"

1:00 Oprah Winfrey

2:00 College Football: Auburn @ Alabama

5:00 Movie "The Thanksgiving Promise"

7:00 News

8:00 ABC World News Tonight

8:30 Entertainment Tonight

9:00 Delta

9:30 Room for Two

10:00 Homefront

11:00 Primetime Live

Mid. News

12:30 Nightline

1:00 Matlock

2:00 Nighttalk

3:00 Whoopi Goldberg

3:30 ABC World News Now

4:30 Movie "Hell on Devil's Island"

CBS: WJBK Detroit

5:00 Newhart

5:30 Barnaby Jones

6:30 This Morning's Business

7:00 CBS Morning News

7:30 Rush Limbaugh


8:00 Eyewitness Morning

10:00 All-American Thanksgiving Day Parade

1:00 Mouse on the Mayflower

2:00 Making of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

2:30 Movie "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles"

4:30 NFL Today

5:00 NFL Football: NY Giants @ Dallas

8:00 Hard Copy

8:30 Current Affair

9:00 Movie "E.T. The Extra-terrestrial"

11:30 Evening Shade

Mid. News

12:35 Night Court

1:05 Cheers

1:35 Arsenio Hall

2:35 Amen

3:05 CBS News Up to the Minute

4:00 Byron Allen

NBC: WDIV Detroit

5:00 Infatuation

5:30 The Judge

6:00 Infatuation

6:30 NBC News at Sunrise

7:00 Live Dive! Edmund Fitzgerald


8:00 Today

10:00 Michigam Thanksgiving Day Parade

1:00 NFL Live

1:30 NFL Football: Houston @ Detroit

4:30 NFL Live Post-Game

5:00 Sally Jessy Raphael

6:00 Maury Povich

7:00 News

7:30 NBC Nightly News

8:00 Wheel of Fortune

8:30 Jeopardy!

9:00 Out All Night

9:30 Different World

10:00 Cheers

10:30 Wings

11:00 L.A. Law

Mid. News

12:35 Tonight Show

1:35 Late Night with David Letterman

2:35 Inside Edition

3:05 Later with Bob Costas

3:35 NBC News Nightside

NBC: WLBZ Bangor

5:00 NBC News Nightside


6:30 ALF

7:00 NBC News at Sunrise

7:30 News

8:00 Today

10:00 Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade

1:00 NFL Live

1:30 NFL Football: Houston @ Detroit

4:30 NFL Live Post-Game

5:00 Whoopi Goldberg

5:30 Cheers

6:00 Roseanne

6:30 News

7:30 NBC Nightly News

8:00 Murphy Brown

8:30 Jeopardy!

9:00 Out All Night

9:30 Different World

10:00 Cheers

10:30 Wings

11:00 L.A. Law

Mid. News

12:35 Tonight Show

1:35 Late Night with David Letterman

2:35 Later with Bob Costas

3:05 NBC News Nightside


PBS: MPBN Bangor

7:30 To Life!

7:45 AM Weather

8:00 Body Electric

8:30 Barney & Friends

9:00 Earth Revealed

9:30 Effective Teacher

10:00 Sesame Street

11:00 Mister Rogers

11:30 Reading Rainbow

Noon Sesame Street

1:00 Barney & Friends

1:30 Gentle Doctor

2:00 Dream Window: Reflections on the Japanese Garden

3:00 Painting in Maine

3:30 Joy of Painting

4:00 Learn to Read

4:30 Sesame Street

5:30 Mister Rogers

6:00 Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego?

6:30 Square One Television

7:00 Rod & Reel Streamside

7:30 Nightly Business Report

8:00 MacNeil-Lehrer NewsHour


9:00 MaineWatch

9:30 Made in Maine

10:00 Mystery!

11:00 Racing Game

Mid. Masterpiece Theatre

1:00 MacNeil-Lehrer NewsHour

2:00 Star Hustler

2:15 sign-off

PBS: WTVS Detroit

5:00 MacNeil-Lehrer NewsHour

6:00 New Literacy

6:30 Business File

7:00 Business of Management

7:30 Psychology: The Study of Human Behavior

8:00 To Life!

8:15 AM Weather

8:30 Art of Being Human

9:00 World: A Television History

10:00 Movie "You Must Remember This"

Noon Movie "Frogs!"

2:00 Long Ago & Far Away

3:30 Movie "A Cry in the Wild"

5:00 Movie "You Must Remember This"

7:00 MacNeil-Lehrer NewsHour


8:00 Nightly Business Report

8:30 Fred Trost: Practical Sportsman

9:00 Wild America

9:30 This Old House

10:00 Barn Again!

11:00 Mystery!

Mid. Are You Being Served?

12:30 Rumpole of the Bailey

1:30 Fred Trost: Practical Sportsman

2:00 This Old House

2:30 Outdoorsman

3:00 Barn Again!

4:00 Mystery!

Prime Time - Southwestern Ontario, 10/20/1988

From The London Free Press

Thursday, October 20, 1988

CBLN 40/CBET 9 (CBC)

London/Windsor

20:00 Game, Set And Match

21:00 Just For Laughs

21:30 CODCO

22:00 The National (CC)


22:30 The Journal

23:00 News

CFTO 9 (CTV)

Toronto

20:00 Cosby Show

20:30 Different World - World Series

21:00 World Series

21:30 TBA - World Series

22:00 Night Heat - World Series

23:00 CTV News (CC)

CKCO 13 (CTV)

Kitchener

20:00 Cosby Show

20:30 Different World - World Series

21:00 World Series

21:30 World Series - Amen

22:00 Night Heat - World Series

23:00 CTV News (CC)


CBLFT 53 (SRC)

London

20:00 La Noble Maison

22:00 Le Telejournal (CC)

22:30 Le Point - Meteo

23:00 Nouvelles du sport

WXYZ 7 (ABC)

Detroit

20:00 North And South

23:00 News

WICU 12 (NBC)

Erie, PA

20:00 Cosby Show

20:30 World Series

21:00 World Series

21:30 World Series

22:00 To Be Announced - World Series


23:00 News

WSEE 35 (CBS)

Erie, PA

20:00 48 Hours

21:00 Movie: "Something in Common"

23:00 News

CKNX 8/CFPL 10 (Independent)

Wingham/London

20:00 Movie: "Terror Out of the Sky"

22:00 L.A. Law

23:00 News

CHCH 11 (Independent)

Hamilton

20:00 48 Hours

21:00 Backstage

21:30 Of My Success
22:00 Sable

23:00 News

CITY 31 (Citytv)

Woodstock, ON

20:00 Movie: "Gandhi" (Part 1 of 2)

22:00 News

22:30 Hill Street Blues

CIII 6/29 (Global)

Paris/Sarnia, ON

20:00 Out of this World

20:30 Wintario

21:00 Equalizer

22:00 Miami Vice

23:00 News

CICA 18 (TVOntario)

London
20:00 Victorian Values

20:30 Realities

21:00 Speaking Out

22:30 Ontario's Best

23:00 Realities

CFMT 47 (Multicultural/Independent)

Toronto

20:00 Telesera

20:30 Incontri

21:00 Illusione D'Amore

21:30 Chinese Journal

22:00 St. Elsewhere

23:00 Saturday Night Live

WOIO 19 (Fox/Independent)

Shaker Heights, OH

20:00 Simon & Simon

21:00 Movie: "The Way We Were"


WXON 20 (Independent)

Detroit

20:00 Movie: "An Early Frost"

22:00 Rockford Files

23:00 Gong Show

WUAB 43 (Independent)

Lorain, OH

20:00 Movie: "Hunter"

22:00 News

23:00 Sanford and Son

WKBD 50 (Fox/Independent)

Detroit

20:00 Movie: "The Neverending Story"

22:00 News

22:30 The Honeymooners

23:00 The Jeffersons


WQLN 54 (PBS)

Erie, PA

20:00 This Old House

20:30 Life Matters

21:00 Mystery!

22:00 Great Railway Journeys of the World

23:00 Eastenders

WTVS 56 (PBS)

Detroit

20:00 This Old House

20:30 Autograph, M. MacKay

21:00 News

22:00 Mystery!

23:00 World of Ideas

Retro:Erie/Youngstown Friday, March 16, 1962

Source TV Guide Cleveland Edition

Erie

WICU 12 ABC..some NBC


9AM Encyclopedia

9:30 Movie:Women Of Pirate Island 1957

11AM The Texan

11:30 Yours For A Song-Bert Parks

Noon Camouflage

12:30 Make A Face

1PM Day In Court

1:25 ABC News-Alex Dreier

1:30 Tell-A-View-McGrath

2PM Jane Wyman-Anthology

2:30 Seven Keys

3PM Queen For A Day

3:30 Who Do You Trust-Johnny Carson

4PM First Lady's Trip-To India And Pakistan

4:05 American Bandstand

4:50 American Newsstand Roger Sharp

5PM Pappy And His Friends

6PM Yogi Bear

6:30 News

6:45 ABC News

7PM Jeff's Collie (Lassie)

7:30 Soupy Sales

8PM Hazel (Thursday NBC)(Hathaways on ABC)

8:30 Flintstones
9PM 77 Sunset Strip

10PM Target:The Corruptors

11PM News

11:20 Movie:Captain Horatio Hornblower 1954

WSEE 35 CBS/NBC

7AM Today

9AM Captain Kangaroo

10AM Calendar-Harry Reasoner

10:30 I Love Lucy

11PM Video Village

11:30 Clear Horizon

11:55 CBS News-Reasoner

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-Betty Furness, Jack Carter

2:30 House Party

3PM Young Dr. Malone-NBC(CBS-Millionaire)

3:30 The Verdict Is Yours

3:55 CBS News

4PM Brighter Day


4:15 Secret Storm

4:30 Edge Of Night

5PM College Of The Air.(seen mornings on other CBS Stations)

5:30 Joe Ray And Friends-Cartoons

5:55 Four Just Men-Drama

6:25 Kukla Fran And Ollie

6:30 News

6:45 CBS News-Edwards

7PM Ichabod And Me (CBS Tuesday 9:30)

7:30 Rawhide

8:30 Route 66

9:30 Bob Newhart Show (comedy variety-NBC Wednesdays 10PM)

10PM Twilight Zone

10:30 Eyewitness

11PM News

11:15 Jack Paar-COLOR

Youngstown

WFMJ 21 NBC

6AM Continental Classroom

6:30 Continental Classroom (2 episodes back to back)

7AM Today
9AM Brothers (CBS Sitcom 1956-57)

9:30 Great Gildersleeve

10AM Say When-Art James

10:30 Play Your Hunch-COLOR-Merv Griffin

11AM Price Is Right-COLOR-Bill Cullen

11:30 Concentration

Noon Your First Impression COLOR Bill Leyden

12:30 Truth Or Consequences

12:55 NBC News-Ray Scherer

1PM News

1:15 Kitchen Corner-Mariner

2PM Jan Murray-COLOR

2:25 NBC News-Floyd Kalber

2:30 Loretta Young

3PM Young Dr. Malone

3:30 Our Five Daughters

4PM Make Room For Daddy

4:30 Here's Hollywood

5PM Kukla Fran And Ollie

5:05 Happytime

5:25 Bozo

5:50 Our Gang

6:25 Weather

6:30 Almanac

6:35 News
6:45 NBC News-Huntley/Brinkley

7PM Highway Patrol

7:30 International Showtime

8:30 Robert Taylor's Detectives

9:30 Bell Telephone Hour

10:30 Chet Huntley-Analysis

11PM News

11:20 Jack Paar-COLOR Paar is In London while Hugh Downs Is In New York-London Portions in
B&W

WKBN 27 CBS

7:25 College Of The Air

7:55 News

8AM Captain Kangaroo

9AM Romper Room

10AM Calendar-Harry Reasoner

10:30 I Love Lucy

11PM Video Village

11:30 Clear Horizon

11:55 CBS News-Reasoner

Noon Love Of Life

12:30 News-Dick Minton

12:35 Movie-Whistling In The Dark 1941

2PM Password-Betty Furness, Jack Carter

2:30 House Party


3PM Millionaire

3:30 The Verdict Is Yours

3:55 CBS News

4PM Brighter Day

4:15 Report Card

4:30 Life Of Riley

5PM Three Stooges And Stanley

6:15 Suppertime-Rex Humbard Family

6:30 News

6:45 CBS News-Edwards

7PM Beachcomber-Syndicated

7:30 Rawhide

8:30 Route 66

9:30 Father Of the Bride

10PM Twilight Zone

10:30 Eyewitness

11PM Sohio Reporter-Warren Guthrie

11:10 Local News

11:25 Movie: The Miami Story-1954

WKST 33 ABC

9AM Kartoon Showtime

10:30 Gale Storm Show

11AM The Texan


11:30 Yours For A Song-Bert Parks

Noon Camouflage

12:30 Make A Face

1PM Day In Court

1:25 ABC News-Alex Dreier

1:30 December Bride

2PM Jane Wyman-Anthology

2:30 Seven Keys

3PM Queen For A Day

3:30 Who Do You Trust-Johnny Carson

4PM First Lady's Trip-To India And Pakistan

4:05 American Bandstand

4:50 American Newsstand Roger Sharp

5PM Gale Storn Show (twice?)

5:30 Barney Bean-Children

6:30 News

6:45 ABC News

7PM Rescue 8 Drama

7:30 Soupy Sales

8PM Hathaways

8:30 Flintstones

9PM 77 Sunset Strip

10PM Target:The Corruptors

11PM News

11:25 Movie-Mystery Of Marie Roget 1942


WXTV 45 Ind.

This appears to be the last week for this station being listed in the Cleveland TV Guide.

5:45 Dusty Boyd-Children

6:15 Camera 15

6:30 45 Hop-Music

8PM Movie Sheriff of Las Vegas 1944 William Elliott Bobby (Robert?) Blake

9PM Movie-Fighting Kentuckian John Wayne, Oliver Hardy

11PM Trial At Tara-About St. Patrick Standing Trial for converting Druids to Christianity

Retro: London Wednesday, July 23, 1975

From The (London) Times:

BBC1

10:05 AM Hector's House

10:10 Daktari

Daktari ends at 11 AM, nothing given

until:

1:30 PM Camberwick Green

1:45 News

News ends at 1:53 PM, nothing given

until:
4:25 Play School

4:50 Z-Shed

5:15 Yao, African Prince

5:45 News

6:00 Nationwide

6:55 Film (would the Brits say "movie"?):

"The Noose Hangs High" with Abbott and

Costello

8:10 Five Red Herrings, by Dorothy L. Sayers.

Lord Peter Wimsey and his manservant in

Scotland, Part 1.

9:00 News

9:25 Royal International Horse Show in the

presence of the Queen

10:40 Diane Solomon

11:10 The Rough With The Smooth, with Tim

Brooke-Taylor, John Junkin

11:40 Weather

BBC2

6:40 AM Open University: Development of

Brain and Behavior

7:05 Climates Of The Past


7:30 Fluorine

This program ends at 7:55, nothing given until

10:35 Nai Zindagi Naya Jecjans (?)

11:00 Play School

Play School ends at 11:25, nothing given until

5:00 PM Open University: Language and Learning

5:25 English Houses Of The 1930s

5:50 Reading Development

6:15 Urban Renewal In Chicago

6:40 Hamlet

Hamlet ends at 7:05, nothing given until

7:30 Newsday

7:45 The Master Game: Chess Knockout

Semi-final

8:10 The Ascent Of Man By J. Bronowski:

Part 8: The Drive For Power

9:00 Die Rote Kapeite: The story of the

Red Orchestra, part 2: 19 Altenburger

Allee

10:20 Beyond The Boundaries: Man's need for

challenge and conquest

11:05 News
11:25 Martin Jarvis reads "Owl" by George Macbeth

11:30 Sign off

Thames (ITV)

10:50 AM Film: "Cargo To Capetown" with Broderick

Crawford, John Ireland, Ellen Drew

12:05 PM Yoga For Health

12:30 Yak

12:40 Mr. Trimble

1:00 News

1:20 Lunchtime Today

1:30 Mr. And Mrs.

2:00 Good Afternoon

2:25 Racing From Sundown Park

4:25 Michael Bentine

4:50 Going A Bundle

5:20 Brady Bunch

5:50 News

6:00 A Town Called Heathrow, with Monty

Modlyn

6:35 Crossroads

7:00 Don't Ask Me

7:30 Coronation Street

8:00 Down The 'Gate, with Reg Varney


(The 'Gate is Billingsgate.)

8:30 Film: "The Stranger Who Looks Like Me,"

with Beau Bridges, Meredith Baxter,

Whitney Blake (real-life daughter and

mother)

10:00 News

10:30 Once Bitten: The Real Risk Of Rabies

11:15 Professional Wrestling

12:00 Personal View, Lord Hailsham

Schedules vary throughout the UK. If anyone wants to

see some of the other regional channels for this date,

I'll post them.

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Re: Retro: London Wednesday, July 23, 1975

>

> BBC1
> 10:10 Daktari

> Daktari ends at 11 AM, nothing given

> until:

>

> 1:30 PM Camberwick Green

> 1:45 News

> News ends at 1:53 PM, nothing given

> until:

>

> 4:25 Play School

>

> BBC2

>

> 7:30 Fluorine

> This program ends at 7:55, nothing given until

>

> 10:35 Nai Zindagi Naya Jecjans (?)

> 11:00 Play School

> Play School ends at 11:25, nothing given until

>

> 5:00 PM Open University: Language and Learning

> 6:40 Hamlet

> Hamlet ends at 7:05, nothing given until

>

> 7:30 Newsday


>

At the time, it was customary for the BBC channels to cease programming at various intervals,
often putting up a test pattern with music to fill the time. This ended sometime in the early-
1980s.

ITV companies also did something like this until sometime in the 1970s.

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Re: Retro: London Wednesday, July 23, 1975

>>

> > BBC1

> > 10:10 Daktari

> > Daktari ends at 11 AM, nothing given

> > until:

>>

> > 1:30 PM Camberwick Green

> > 1:45 News

> > News ends at 1:53 PM, nothing given

> > until:


>>

> > 4:25 Play School

>>

> > BBC2

>>

> > 7:30 Fluorine

> > This program ends at 7:55, nothing given until

>>

> > 10:35 Nai Zindagi Naya Jecjans (?)

> > 11:00 Play School

> > Play School ends at 11:25, nothing given until

>>

> > 5:00 PM Open University: Language and Learning

> > 6:40 Hamlet

> > Hamlet ends at 7:05, nothing given until

>>

> > 7:30 Newsday

>>

>

> At the time, it was customary for the BBC channels to cease

> programming at various intervals, often putting up a test

> pattern with music to fill the time. This ended sometime in

> the early-1980s.

>

> ITV companies also did something like this until sometime in
> the 1970s.

>

Then a teletext service called Ceefax filled the gaps in the 1980's and early 1990's especially on
BBC2 during school holidays. A schedule from January 1984 on one website had BBC2 show
Ceefax from 9am to 5;35pm.

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ITV Weekday And Weekend Franchises (Was: Re: Retro: London Wednesday, July 23, 1975)

Thames held the ITV franchise for London between August of 1968 and the end of 1992, but
only from Monday morning until about 5:30 P.M. or so Friday afternoons. A company called
London Weekend Television held the ITV franchise for metropolitan London from 5:30 P.M. or so
on Friday until sign-off very early Monday morning.

Until 1968, there were different ITV franchisees for weekdays and weekends not only in London
(from 1955 until 1968, Rediffusion weekdays and ATV weekends), but in the North (Granada
weekdays and ABC [Associated British Corporation] weekends) and the Midlands (ATV weekdays
and ABC weekends) as well. And the weekday franchisee remained on the air until sign-off very,
very early on Saturday morning. They did not have to hand-off to the weekend franchisee
around 5:30 P.M. on Fridays.

After 1968, Granada got the full seven-day week in the North; ATV got the full seven-day week in
the Midlands.

Beginning at 12 Midnight, December 31, 1992/January 1, 1993, Carlton took over the weekday
ITV franchisee for London. Of course, Granada (which eventually bought LWT) and Carlton
merged in 2004 into a company called ITV PLC, and the combined company now owns nearly all
of the regional ITV franchises across the U.K.

I'm not a media lawyer in Britain, but I suspect that technically, "Carlton" is still the weekday ITV
franchisee for greater London, and "London Weekend Television" is still a separate weekend ITV
franchisee for the city, although both are under the exact same ownership.

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Re: ITV Weekday And Weekend Franchises (Was: Re: Retro: London Wednesday, July 23, 1975)

> Thames held the ITV franchise for London between August of

> 1968 and the end of 1992, but only from Monday morning until

> about 5:30 P.M. or so Friday afternoons. A company called

> London Weekend Television held the ITV franchise for

> metropolitan London from 5:30 P.M. or so on Friday until

> sign-off very early Monday morning.

>

> Until 1968, there were different ITV franchisees for

> weekdays and weekends not only in London (from 1955 until

> 1968, Rediffusion weekdays and ATV weekends), but in the

> North (Granada weekdays and ABC [Associated British

> Corporation] weekends) and the Midlands (ATV weekdays and

> ABC weekends) as well. And the weekday franchisee remained

> on the air until sign-off very, very early on Saturday

> morning. They did not have to hand-off to the weekend


> franchisee around 5:30 P.M. on Fridays.

>

> After 1968, Granada got the full seven-day week in the

> North; ATV got the full seven-day week in the Midlands.

>

> Beginning at 12 Midnight, December 31, 1992/January 1, 1993,

> Carlton took over the weekday ITV franchisee for London. Of

> course, Granada (which eventually bought LWT) and Carlton

> merged in 2004 into a company called ITV PLC, and the

> combined company now owns nearly all of the regional ITV

> franchises across the U.K.

>

> I'm not a media lawyer in Britain, but I suspect that

> technically, "Carlton" is still the weekday ITV franchisee

> for greater London, and "London Weekend Television" is still

> a separate weekend ITV franchisee for the city, although

> both are under the exact same ownership.

>

Just for the record, here is Granada's schedule for the same

day (July 23, 1975) as my other British listings:

10:30 AM Sesame Street

11:30 20,000 Leagues Under The Sea

12:10 PM Passing Parade

12:20 Tomfoolery
12:40 Mr. Trimble

1:00 News (from Thames)

1:20 This Is Your Right

1:30 Mr. And Mrs.

2:00 Good Afternoon

2:25 Racing From Sundown Park

4:25 Michael Bentine

4:50 Going A Bundle

5:15 Gustavus

5:20 Crossroads

5:50 News

6:00 Granada Reports

6:30 Firehouse

7:00 Don't Ask Me

7:30 Coronation Street

8:00 Down The 'Gate

8:30 Film: "Sullivan's Empire" with

Martin Milner, Linden Chiles,

Clu Gulager

10:00 News

10:30 Once Bitten: The Real Risk Of

Rabies

11:15 Streets Of San Francisco

12:10 AM Inner Space

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ITV News: then and now (Was: Re: ITV Weekday And Weekend Franchises; and before that,
Retro: London Wednesday, July 23, 1975)

> 1:00 News (from Thames)

Actually, this report (along with the 5:50 and 10pm news) would have come from Independent
Television News (ITN), an independent company then-owned by all of the ITV companies.

ITN still delivers the news for ITV today (rebranded as ITV news), and even the ownership has
changed: the combined ITV plc owns 40%, while Reuters, Daily Mail & General Trust, and United
Business Media each own 20% stakes.

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Retro: Greensboro/Winston-Salem/High Point primetime Tuesday, September 11, 1973

From the Greensboro Daily News. Listings

run from 7 PM.

WFMY Ch. 2 (CBS)


7 PM Beat The Clock

7:30 Treasure Hunt

8 PM Maude (Season Premiere)

8:30 Hawaii Five-O (Real-life

double-amputee PI Jay J.

Armes makes his acting

debut as a man who wreaks

vengeance on anyone he thinks

contributed to the loss of his

hands.)

9:30 CBS Movie: "Coffee, Tea, Or Me?"

11 PM News

11:30 CBS Late Movie: "Who's Got The Action?"

WUNC Ch. 4/WUNL Ch. 26 (PBS)

7 PM Folk Guitar

7:30 How Do Your Children Grow?

8 PM North Carolina News Conference

8:30 Black Is...

9 PM Nine Symphonies By Whom (Andre Previn

conducts the London Symphony through

excerpts of nine symphonies by Ralph

Vaughan Williams.)
10 PM Young Musical Artists

10:30 Humanist Alternative

off 11 PM

WGHP Ch. 8 (ABC)

7 PM Truth Or Consequences

7:30 Wait Till Your Father Gets

Home

8 PM The Furst Family Of Washington

(Failed pilot with Godfrey Cambridge

as a barber with a gambling parlor in

back of his shop.)

8:30 ABC Movie: "Deliver Us From Evil"

10 PM Marcus Welby, M.D.

11 PM News

11:30 Wide World Of Entertainment: Part 2

of James Garner at the Ontario, CA, 500.

1 AM News

WXII Ch. 12 (NBC)

7 PM What's My Line?

7:30 To Tell The Truth

8 PM Chase (PREMIERE)
9 PM NBC Movie: "Drive Hard, Drive Fast"

11 PM News

11:30 Tonight Show

(Tom Snyder's Tomorrow show started in mid-October.)

Retro:Cleveland/Akron/Youngstown Saturday, February 26, 1955

From TV Guide: If there is a Movie series Title It will be in Parentheses

Cleveland

WNBK 3 NBC

7AM Test Pattern-COLOR

9AM Movie:The Gay Cavalier (Early Bird Theater)

10AM Happy Felton

10:30 Paul Winchell/Jerry Mahoney

11AM Funny Boners

11:30 Tom Corbett Space Cadet

Noon Why Lawyers? Panel Discussion

12:30 Podium-Music

1PM Movie:Tell It To A Star (1:00 Playhouse)

2PM Teen Twirl-Dance show probably


3PM NBA Basketball-Milwaukee Hawks/New York Knicks

From New York's 69th Regiment Armory rather than Madison Square Garden

Milwaukee won 79-72 from http://www.shrpsports.com/nba

5PM Go! Ed Wallace

5:30 Movie-Texas Terror

6:30 Annie Oakley-Syndicated

7PM The Whistler-Syndicated

7:30 Horace Heidt-Music

8PM Mickey Rooney Show

8:30 This Is Hollywood-Anthology

9PM Imogene Coca Show

9:30 Jimmy Durante Show

10PM George Gobel Show

10:30 Your Hit Parade

11PM News-Tom Field

11:05 Movie:Casbah (Theater)

12:15 News Bulletin

WEWS 5 CBS

8:55 News

9AM Western Reserve

9:30 Winky Dinks

10AM Safety Poster Awards


10:30 Film Shorts

10:45 Green Thumb-Gardening

11AM Captain Midnight-CBS

11:30 Abbott And Costello

Noon Big Top-CBS

1PM Lone Ranger

1:30 Uncle Johnny Coons-CBS-Based In Chicago, This kid show host showed silent films and
commented on them similar to what Mystery Science Theater 3000 would years later.

2PM Bandstand-McLean-Assuming a TV Dance show, but 2 years before American Bandstand

4PM Movie-Strange Experiment

5PM Rocky Jones, Space Ranger-Syndicated

5:30 Contest Carnival

6PM To Be Announced

6:30 Inside Catholic Schools

6:45 Industry On Parade

This is the week Channel 5 and WXEL-8 switches Networks with 5 going to ABC/DuMont and 8 to
CBS-These will be the final regular CBS shows on Channel 5(Saturday-Tuesday)-The switch took
place Wednesday March 2, 1955 at 7AM

7PM Gene Autry

7:30 Beat The Clock-Collyer

8PM Jackie Gleason

9PM Two For The Money-Fred Allen substitutes for Herb Shriner

9:30 My Favorite Husband


10PM Professional Father-Sitcom

10:30 Willy-Sitcom

11PM Movie-To Be Announced

12:30 News Bulletins

WXEL 8 DuMont/ABC

10AM Smilin Ed-ABC

10:30 Space Patrol-Syndicated

11AM Merry-go-Round-Kids

11:30 Movie-Lightnin' Crandall

1PM Movie-Gun Lords Of Stirrup Basin

3PM College Basketball-Michigan At Iowa

4:45 Flamingo Handicap-Horse Race?

5PM Main Event-Wrestling

6PM Big Picture

6:30 Travel Time

6:45 Cheerful House-Betty Ott

7PM Lights, Camera, Questions-Local Quiz

7:30 Compass-ABC

8PM Dotty Mack-ABC (From Cincinnsti)

9PM Ozark Jubilee-ABC


10PM The Stranger-DuMont (Last Show Of The Series)

10:30 Let's Go Bowling

11PM Chronoscope-News

11:15 Movie-The Village Idiot

WAKR Akron 49 ABC

2PM This Is Our World

2:30 Faith For Today

3PM Movie-Double Feature 1. Tulsa Kid 2. Desert Patrol (Bar 49 Theater)

5PM Movie-To Be Announced

6PM This Is The Life

6:30 Mark Saber-Synd.

7PM The Wanderer Travel

7:30 Compass-ABC

8PM Dotty Mack-ABC

8:15 College Bsketball-Akron Univ. Vs. Heidelberg College

10PM Movie-Slippy McGee

Youngstown

WFMJ 21 NBC

10AM Happy Felton


10:30 Paul Winchell/Jerry Mahoney

11AM Funny Boners

11:30 Tom Corbett Space Cadet

Noon Komedy Kut-Ups-Probably Cartoons or Comedy Shorts

1PM Movie-Treasure Of Monte-Cristo (Movie Party)

2PM Movie-Small Black Room (Movie Party)

3PM Big Picture

3:30 Original Rumpus Room

4PM Movie Blazing Guns (Golden West Theater)

5PM Wishing Well

5:15 Wrestling

6:15 News

6:30 Roller Derby

7PM Amos N Andy

7:30 Horace Heidt-Music

8PM Mickey Rooney Show

8:30 This Is Hollywood-Anthology

9PM Imogene Coca Show

9:30 Jimmy Durante Show

10PM George Gobel Show

10:30 Your Hit Parade

11PM News

11:10 Best Theater


11:40 Movie-The Second Woman-(Skyline Theater)

WKBN 27 (CBS/ABC/DuMont)

10:30 Winky Dink And You

11AM Western Theater

1PM The Plainsman (This could have been the movie from 1936-very much edited-No record of a
series by that name)

2PM Six Shooters-Western Shorts?

3PM Movie-Charlie Chan "Dead Men Tell"

4PM Movie-Oriental Evil (Saturday Playhouse)

5PM Hopalong Cassidy

6PM Juke Box

6:30 News

6:45 Sports

7PM Masquerade Party-ABC

7:30 Beat The Clock-Collyer

8PM Jackie Gleason

9PM Two For The Money-Fred Allen substitutes for Herb Shriner

9:30 TV Reader's Digest-ABC

10PM Professional Father-Sitcom

10:30 Willy-Sitcom

11PM Weather

11:05 Sports
11:20 Wrestling-Chicago-DuMont

Midnight News Bulletin

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Re: Retro:Cleveland/Akron/Youngstown Saturday, February 26, 1955

Tim Lones takes us back to February 26th, 1955 in northeastern Ohio:

> Cleveland

>

> WNBK 3 NBC

>

> 7AM Test Pattern-COLOR

This was probably some time before electronically-generated color bars became common for a
"test pattern". I suspect it was probably a "circles and wedges" type of test pattern on a color
slide with various colors in-between the wedges inside the large circle that touched the top and
the bottom of the screen.

> 3PM NBA Basketball-Milwaukee Hawks/New York Knicks


> From New York's 69th Regiment Armory rather than Madison

> Square Garden

> Milwaukee won 79-72 from http://www.shrpsports.com/nba

I would think that the circus was at the old Madison Square Garden that week. The Knicks
probably were forced to play some games at the 69th Regiment Armory instead of the old MSG,
while the Rangers probably played on the road.

> 5PM Go! Ed Wallace

Was it a travelogue of some sort??

> 9PM Imogene Coca Show

She and Sid Caesar each got their own shows after "Your Show Of Shows" ended. I don't think
Coca's show lasted too long; Caesar's (with the rest of "Show Of Shows" cast and some of it's
writers) lasted three years. Later, they reunited on a short-lived ABC variety hour and from time-
to-time after that series ended, they would reunite with "Show Of Shows" co-stars Carl Reiner
and Howard Morris in a series of top-rated award-winning specials.

> 9:30 Jimmy Durante Show

I had read that this show was sponsored by Texaco, and they gave up sponsoring Milton Berle to
become the sponsor of this show.

Tim also noted:

> This is the week Channel 5 and WXEL-8 switches Networks with
> 5 going to ABC/DuMont and 8 to CBS-These will be the final

> regular CBS shows on Channel 5(Saturday-Tuesday)-The switch

> took place Wednesday March 2, 1955 at 7AM

It was odd for a network-affiliation switch to take place on a Wednesday. The first two times a
network-affiliation swap took place here in Boston (January 1st, 1961 and March 19th, 1972),
they were on Sundays. The most recent was Monday, January 2nd, 1995, which was a Monday
but also the "legal" New Year's Day Holiday (as January 1 was on a Sunday that year).

I believe Storer Communications had purchased WXEL by this time. Storer had a long and close
relationship with CBS, I suspect that was the reason why WXEL (later to become WJW) switched
to CBS.

> WFMJ 21 NBC

>

> 3PM Big Picture

> 3:30 Original Rumpus Room

> 4PM Movie Blazing Guns (Golden West Theater)

Interesting that WFMJ, a primary NBC affiliate, did not clear the network's NBA game that day.
But pro basketball was still a minor sport in the mid-fifties, and I suspect a lot of NBC affiliates
likewise snubbed the NBA.

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Re: Retro:Cleveland/Akron/Youngstown Saturday, February 26, 1955

> > 7AM Test Pattern-COLOR


>

> This was probably some time before electronically-generated

> color bars became common for a "test pattern". I suspect it

> was probably a "circles and wedges" type of test pattern on

> a color slide with various colors in-between the wedges

> inside the large circle that touched the top and the bottom

> of the screen.

You mean like this?

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>
>

>

>>

>

> Tim also noted:

>

> > This is the week Channel 5 and WXEL-8 switches Networks

> with

> > 5 going to ABC/DuMont and 8 to CBS-These will be the final

>

> > regular CBS shows on Channel 5(Saturday-Tuesday)-The

> switch

> > took place Wednesday March 2, 1955 at 7AM

>

> It was odd for a network-affiliation switch to take place on

> a Wednesday. The first two times a network-affiliation swap

> took place here in Boston (January 1st, 1961 and March 19th,

> 1972), they were on Sundays. The most recent was Monday,

> January 2nd, 1995, which was a Monday but also the "legal"

> New Year's Day Holiday (as January 1 was on a Sunday that

> year).

It happened in Raleigh, Wednesday, August 1, 1962, when WRAL/5

switched from NBC primary to ABC (there were only two commercial

stations in the market then). But when WRAL went to CBS and WTVD/11
to ABC, it happened on a Sunday, August 4, 1985.

>

> I believe Storer Communications had purchased WXEL by this

> time. Storer had a long and close relationship with CBS, I

> suspect that was the reason why WXEL (later to become WJW)

> switched to CBS.

>

> > WFMJ 21 NBC

>>

> > 3PM Big Picture

> > 3:30 Original Rumpus Room

> > 4PM Movie Blazing Guns (Golden West Theater)

>

> Interesting that WFMJ, a primary NBC affiliate, did not

> clear the network's NBA game that day. But pro basketball

> was still a minor sport in the mid-fifties, and I suspect a

> lot of NBC affiliates likewise snubbed the NBA.

>

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Re: Retro:Cleveland/Akron/Youngstown Saturday, February 26, 1955

Yes, K.M., the "circles and wedges" test pattern looked something like the CBS color system test
pattern you illustrated in your post, only that it would have "WNBK-TV Channel 3 Cleveland"
printed on it and perhaps the red/blue/green NBC chimes logo the network used for a few years
in the mid and late 1950's. The red RCA "meatball" logo may also have appeared on the test
pattern, perhaps including below the RCA logo the words "Color Television System".

Maybe someone in Cleveland can track down the mid-1950's WNBK color test pattern. I'd like to
see what it looked like.

Retro: Atlanta Friday, March 20, 1953

From The Atlanta Constitution:

WSB Ch. 2 (NBC)

9:45 Devotions

10 AM Ding Dong School

10:30 Pastor's Study

11 AM Cooking School

12 N Peachtree Cowboys

12:30 News

12:45 Movie: "Secret Service

Investigator"

2 PM Tea At Two

2:30 Come Into The Kitchen

3 PM Big Payoff

3:30 Welcome Travelers

4 PM Kate Smith

5 PM Hawkins Falls

5:15 Gabby Hayes

5:30 Howdy Doody


6 PM Woody Willow

6:30 Short Drama

6:45 Weather; News

7 PM Peachtree Cowboys

7:15 Mr. Toymaker

7:30 Those Two

7:45 Camel News Caravan

8 PM Dennis Day

8:30 Life Of Riley

9 PM Big Story

9:30 Aldrich Family

10 PM Boxing: Johnny Bratton vs.

Bobby Jones, welterweights,

10 rounds from Madison Square

Garden

10:45 Greatest Fights

11 PM News; Weather

11:15 Movie: "Sporting Chance"

12:30 Reflections; News

WAGA Ch. 5 (CBS)

9:30 Religious Viewpoint

9:45 School Of The Air

10 AM Wheel Of Fortune (the original,


with people who did good deeds

spinning for cash)

10:45 Betty Furness

11 AM Perry's Kitchen

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 Art Linkletter's House Party

3 PM Logan Sisters

3:15 Eddie Albert

3:30 Guiding Light (delay from 12:45)

3:45 Bride And Groom (delay from 12 Noon)

4 PM WAGA's Wild West Theater

5 PM Memo For Milady

5:30 Captain Video (aired on DuMont at

7 PM)

6 PM News; Dinner Date

6:30 Sports

6:45 Fun Club; News

7 PM March Of Time

7:30 Douglas Edwards With The News


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 Mr. And Mrs. North

10:30 The Unexpected

11 PM Chronoscope (a forerunner of Nightline,

and the only such program until Nightline

came along)

11:15 News

off 11:30 PM

WLW-A Ch. 8 (ABC)

2 PM Movie: "Speed Devils"

3:30 Shopping Atlanta

4 PM Music Shop (I believe Dick Van Dyke

was host of this show)

4:45 Cartoon Capers

5 PM Circle 8 Ranch

6 PM Swingbillies

6:30 News; Weather

6:45 Swingbillies
7 PM Movie Quick Quiz

7:15 Who's Next?

7:30 Stu Erwin

8 PM Ozzie And Harriet

8:30 What's Your Bid? (a live, network-

originated auction)

9 PM Life Begins At 80

9:30 Tales Of Tomorrow

10 PM Movie: "Speed Devils"

off 11:15 PM

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Re: Retro: Atlanta Friday, March 20, 1953

>>

>

> WLW-A Ch. 8 (ABC)

>

>

> 8:30 What's Your Bid? (a live, network-

> originated auction)

> 9 PM Life Begins At 80

>
While What's Your Bid, was probably an ABC Show at this time, it would move to DuMont two
mpnths later on May 3. Life begins At 80 was on DuMont at this time

Source: Clarke Ingram's DuMont History Site

http://members.aol.com/cingram/television/dumont.htm

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> >>

>>

> > WLW-A Ch. 8 (ABC)

>>

>>

> > 8:30 What's Your Bid? (a live, network-

> > originated auction)

> > 9 PM Life Begins At 80

>>

>

> While What's Your Bid, was probably an ABC Show at this
> time, it would move to DuMont two mpnths later on May 3.

> Life begins At 80 was on DuMont at this time

>

> Source: Clarke Ingram's DuMont History Site

>

> http://members.aol.com/cingram/television/dumont.htm

>

Although the Atlanta Constitution never indicated it,

WLW-A did carry some DuMont programs; Life Begins At

80 was one. WLW-A also carried Down You Go and wrestling

from Chicago, and may very well have carried What's Your

Bid? after it changed networks. Maybe DuMont considered

WAGA its Atlanta affiliate; at any rate the Constitution

listed Channel 5 as CBS/DuMont at least through the

summer of 1955, but WLW-A (which moved to Channel 11) was

always listed as ABC only.

Boston TV- Thanksgiving 1985- Network Affiliates Only

I got it from the Fall 1985 post with a few corrections for Boston

BOSTON TV- THANKSGIVING 1985

Thursday November 28, 1985

WGBH-TV 2 (PBS)
6:15- Test Pattern

6:45- Sign-on/AM Weather

7AM- Sesame Street

8AM- Mister Rogers

8:30- Sesame Street

9:30- Electric Company

10:15am- Movie- Kim (1950)

12:10pm- Movie- Brigadoon (1964)

2:10pm- Movie- The Americanization of Emily (1964)

4:15pm- Sesame Street

5:25pm- Mr. Rogers Neighborhood

6PM- Macneil/Lehrer Newshour

7pm- Doctor Who

7:30- Wild World of Animals

8pm- Sneak Previews

8:30- Victory Garden

9pm- This Old House

9:30- Say Brother

10PM- News- (with Christopher Lydon)

10:30- Business Report

11pm- MacNeil-Lehrer Newshour

12am- Sign-off

WBZ-TV 4 (NBC)
5 AM PEOPLE ARE TALKING (Continued)

5:30 EYEWITNESS NEWS

6 AM NBC NEWS

6:30 EYEWITNESS NEWS

7 AM TODAY

9 AM 1985 MACY'S THANKSGIVING DAY PARADE

12 NOON NFL 85

12:30 NFL FOOTBALL- New York Jets @ Detroit Lions

4 PM HAWAII-FIVE-O

5 PM PEOPLE'S COURT

5:30 EYEWITNESS NEWS

6 PM EYEWITNESS NEWS

7 PM NBC NEWS

7:30 PM MAGAZINE

8 PM THE COSBY SHOW

8:30 FAMILY TIES

9 PM CHEERS

9:30 NIGHT COURT

10 PM THE PATTI LABELLE SHOW

11 PM NEWS

11:30 TONIGHT-Johnny Carson

12:30 LATE NIGHT WITH DAVID LETTERMAN

1:30 AMERICA

2:30 EYEWITNESS NEWS

3AM EVENING MAGAZINE


3:30 PEOPLE'S COURT

4 AM MORE REAL PEOPLE

4:30 PEOPLE ARE TALKING

WCVB-TV 5 (ABC)

5 AM CHRONICLE

5:30 NEWSCENTER 5

6 AM NEWSCENTER 5

7 AM GOOD MORNING AMERICA

9 AM PHIL DONAHUE

10 AM GOOD DAY

11:AM DIVORCE COURT

11:30 RYAN'S HOPE

12 NOON NEWSCENTER 5

12:30 LOVING

1 PM ALL MY CHILDREN

3 PM ONE LIFE TO LIVE

3 PM GENERAL HOSPITAL

4 PM DYNASTY

5 PM TOO CLOSE FOR COMFORT

5:30 ALL IN THE FAMILY

6 PM NEWSCENTER 5

7 PM ABC NEWS

7:30 CHRONICLE

8 PM SHADOW CHASERS
9 PM DYNASTY II: THE COLBYS

10 PM 20/20

11 PM NEWSCENTER 5

11:30 NIGHTLINE

12AM SALLY JESSY RAPHAEL

12:30 DIVORCE COURT

1 AM NEWSCENTER 5

1:30 MOVIE

3:30 GOOD DAY

4:30 DIVORCE COURT

WNEV-TV 7 (CBS)

5 AM CBS NEWS NIGHTWATCH

6 AM MORNING STRETCH

6:30 NEWS

7 AM CBS MORNING NEWS

9 AM 1985 CBS ALL-AMERICAN THANKSGIVING DAY PARADE

12 NOON NEWS

12:30 YOUNG & THE RESTLESS

1:30 MOVIE- Quarterback Princess (1983)

3:30 NFL TODAY

4 PM NFL FOOTBALL- St. Louis Cardinals @ Dallas Cowboys

7 PM CBS NEWS

7:30 ENTERTAINMENT TONIGHT

8 PM MOVIE- High Road to China (1983)


10 PM SIMON & SIMON

11 PM NEWS

11:30 ENTERTAINMENT TONIGHT

12 MIDNIGHT NIGHT HEAT

1:10 CBS LATE MOVIE The Mating Season (1980)

2:30 NEWS

3 AM CBS NEWS NIGHTWATCH

Retro: Atlanta Friday, October 19, 1979

From the Atlanta Constitution and run from

7 AM:

WSB Ch. 2 (NBC)

7 AM Today

9 AM Password Plus

9:30 Hollywood Squares

10 AM Dinah!

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

8 PM Diff'rent Strokes

8:30 Hello, Larry

9 PM Rockford Files

10 PM Eischied

11 PM News

11:30 Tonight Show

1 AM Midnight Special

2:30 News

WAGA Ch. 5 (CBS)

7 AM Morning

8 AM Captain Kangaroo

9 AM Donahue

10 AM Cross-Wits

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 Bewitched

4 PM Good Times

4:30 Mike Douglas

6 PM News

7 PM CBS News

7:30 PM Magazine

8 PM Incredible Hulk

9 PM Dukes Of Hazzard

10 PM Dallas

11 PM News

11:30 Maude

12 M Movie: "You Can't Win Them All"

2:30 Movie: "The Bounty Killer"

WGTV Ch. 8 (PBS)

I assume instructional programming until

4 PM Sesame Street

5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

5:30 Sesame Street

6:30 Questions-Answers
7:30 Dick Cavett

8 PM Washington Week In Review

8:30 Wall Street Week

9 PM Atlanta Week In Review

9:30 Camera Three (some episodes were

made for PBS after CBS canceled it)

10 PM Celebrity Concert (Dionne Warwick)

11 PM Movie: "That Swinging City" (refers

to 1966 London)

WXIA Ch. 11 (ABC)

7 AM Good Morning America

9 AM Medical Center

10 AM $20,000 Pyramid

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 Gunsmoke

5 PM Jim Rockford, Private


Investigator

6 PM News

7 PM ABC News

7:30 Tic Tac Dough

8 PM All-Star Family Feud Special

9 PM Movie: "Girl Happy"

11 PM News

11:30 Week In Football (with Fran Tarkenton)

12 M Charlie's Angels

WTCG Ch. 17 (Ind.)

7 AM Three Stooges/Little Rascals

8 AM Leave It To Beaver

8:30 Romper Room

9 AM Lucy Show

9:30 Green Acres

10 AM Movie: "Five Golden Hours"

11:55 News

12 N Love, American Style

12:30 Movie: "For Love Of Ivy"

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 And Son

7:30 All In The Family

8 PM Movie: "Horror Of Frankenstein"

10 PM Winston Churchill

10:30 Up Close With (Sen. S.J. Hayakawa)

11 PM Last Of The Wild

11:30 Movie: "I Was A Teenage Werewolf"

1:05 Movie: "Dr. Goldfoot And The Girl

Bombs"

2:55 Movie: "Carry On, Doctor"

WETV Ch. 30 (PBS)

8:15 A.M. Weather

8:30 Instructional Programs (I assume)

9 AM Sesame Street

10 AM Instructional Programs (again, I assume)

2 PM Electric Company

2:30 (assumed) Instructional Programs


4 PM Sesame Street

5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

5:30 Electric Company

6 PM By-Line

6:30 Over Easy

7 PM Dick Cavett

7:30 MacNeil/Lehrer Report

8 PM Washington Week In Review

8:30 Wall Street Week

9 PM Connections

10 PM Poldark I (Part 16 of 16)

11 PM Dick Cavett

11:30 Captioned ABC News

WATL Ch. 36 (Ind.)

7 AM PTL Club

9 AM TBA

9:30 Success N Life

10 AM Love Of Life (Ch. 5 dropped this

when CBS moved it to 4 PM)

10:30 Keys To The Kingdom

11 AM PTL Club

1 PM TBA

1:30 Health Field


2 PM Make Peace With Nature

2:30 Robin Hood

3 PM Bullwinkle

3:30 Cartoons

4 PM Jetsons

4:30 Officer Don & Orvil (his dragon

puppet)

5 PM Beat The Clock (pre-empted on Ch. 5

at 10 AM)

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

Ch. 5 at 3:30)

6 PM Entertainment Page

6:30 Peter Gunn

7 PM Wanted: Dead Or Alive

7:30 Sports Roundtable

8 PM Movie: "The Stranger"

10 PM Roller Superstars

11 PM Sports Roundtable

11:30 Night Stalker (pre-empted on

Ch. 5)

12:40 CBS Movie: "Badlands"

WANX Ch. 46 (Ind.)

7 AM 700 Club
8:30 Batman

9 AM Movie: "Two Guys From Milwaukee"

11 AM Make Room For Daddy

11:30 Mayberry RFD

12 N McHale's Navy

12:30 Dick Van Dyke

1 PM Pete & Gladys

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 Superman

6 PM Brady Bunch

6:30 Best Of Jackie Gleason

7 PM Streets Of San Francisco

8 PM Bonanza

9 PM 700 Club

10:30 The Lesson

11 PM Rise And Be Healed

11:30 Big Valley

Retro: Atlanta Monday, September 3, 1973

From the Atlanta Constitution. Schedules


run from 7 AM. BTW, this is Labor Day.

WSB Ch. 2 (NBC)

7 AM Today

9 AM Today In Georgia

9:30 Monday News Conference

10 AM Dinah's Place

10:30 Baffle

11 AM Wizard Of Odds

11:30 Hollywood Squares

12 N News

12:30 Merv Griffin

2 PM Days Of Our Lives

2:30 The Doctors

3 PM Another World

3:30 Return To Peyton Place

4 PM Somerset

4:30 Truth Or Consequences

5 PM Perry Mason

6 PM News

7 PM NBC News

7:30 Let's Make A Deal

8 PM Baseball: Dodgers at Giants

11 PM News (time approximate)


11:30 Tonight Show

1 AM News

WAGA Ch. 5 (CBS)

7 AM Jerry Lewis Telethon continues

from 9 PM Sunday

6:30 CBS News

7 PM News

7:30 All American Futurity Race

8 PM Gunsmoke

9 PM Here's Lucy

9:30 Doris Day

10 PM Medical Center

11 PM News

11:30 CBS Late Movie: "Children Of

The Damned"

WGTV Ch. 8 (PBS)

4 PM Sesame Street

5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

5:30 Electric Company

6 PM Sesame Street

7 PM Insight
7:30 Forum

8 PM World Symphony Orchestra

9:30 Atlanta Week In Review

10 PM Ingmar Bergman Film Festival:

"A Lesson In Love"

WQXI Ch. 11 (ABC)

7 AM Good Morning Atlanta (this is

before Good Morning America

was even heard-of)

7:30 Cartoon Club

8:30 Courtship Of Eddie's Father

9 AM Hazel

9:30 Dick Van Dyke

10 AM Password

10:30 Love, American Style

11 AM One Life To Live

11:30 Brady Bunch

12 N News

12:30 Split Second

1 PM All My Children

1:30 Let's Make A Deal

2 PM Newlywed Game

2:30 The Girl In My Life


3 PM General Hospital

3:30 Movie: "I'll Get By"

5 PM Bonanza

6 PM News

6:30 ABC News

7 PM What's My Line?

7:30 To Tell The Truth

8 PM The Rookies

9 PM ABC Movie: "The Spirit

Is Willing"

11 PM News

11:40 Untouchables

12:40 ABC Wide World Of Entertainment

(delay from Friday)

2:10 News

WTCG Ch. 17 (Ind.)

7 AM Three Stooges/Little Rascals

8:30 Romper Room

9 AM New Zoo Revue

9:30 Donna Reed

10 AM Mike Douglas

11:30 Living Easy With Dr. Joyce

Brothers
12 N Mr. Ed

12:30 Topper

1 PM Movie: "Rogue River"

3 PM Cartoon Carnival

3:30 Banana Splits And Friends

4 PM Leave It To Beaver

4:30 Flipper

5 PM Andy Griffith

5:30 Beverly Hillbillies

6 PM Rifleman

6:30 Father Knows Best

7 PM Gomer Pyle, USMC

7:30 Andy Griffith

8 PM Star Trek

9 PM Movie: "Another Part Of

The Forest"

11 PM Alfred Hitchcock Presents

11:30 Movie: "And Now Tomorrow"

1:20 Movie: "Rogue River"

WETV Ch. 30 (PBS)

4 PM Sesame Street

5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

5:30 Electric Company


6 PM Erica

6:30 Know Your Antiques

7 PM Making Things Grow

7:30 Book Beat

8 PM International Performance

9 PM It's Your Vote (the new

Atlanta city charter)

WHAE Ch. 46 (Ind.)

11 AM Fury

11:30 Cartoon Festival

12 N 700 Club

2 PM TBA

2:30 Bozo

3 PM Deputy Dawg And Friends

3:30 Mighty Mouse

4 PM Lone Ranger

4:30 Superman

5 PM Batman (2 episodes)

6 PM Dennis The Menace

6:30 Mayberry RFD

7 PM Honeymooners

7:30 Circus!

8 PM 700 Club
10 PM Glen Haven Baptist

10:30 Good News

11 PM Rawhide

Retro: Atlanta Wednesday, October 23, 1957

From the Atlanta Constitution. Times

are EST.

WSB Ch. 2 (NBC)

7 AM Today

9 AM Arlene Francis

9:30 Treasure Hunt

10 AM Price Is Right

10:30 Truth Or Consequences (COLOR)

11 AM Tic Tac Dough

11:30 It Could Be You

12 N News

12:15 Movie: "None Shall Escape"

2 PM Matinee Theater (COLOR)

3 PM Queen For A Day

3:45 Modern Romances

4 PM Comedy Time

4:30 My Little Margie

5 PM Big Adventure With Officer Don


6 PM Football News

6:15 News And Weather

6:30 Wagon Train

7:30 Father Knows Best

8 PM Kraft Television Theater

9 PM This Is Your Life

9:30 Dr. Christian

10 PM Sheriff Of Cochise

10:30 News

10:45 Movie: "The Undying Monster"

sign off 12:30 AM

WAGA Ch. 5 (CBS)

7 AM Jimmy Dean

7:45 News (again, don't know if

local or network)

8 AM Captain Kangaroo

8:30 Romper Room

9 AM Garry Moore

9:30 Arthur Godfrey

10:30 Strike It Rich

11 AM News

11:15 Love Of Life

11:30 Search For Tomorrow


11:45 Guiding Light

12 N World News

12:15 Hotel Cosmopolitan (delay

from 11 AM)

12:30 As The World Turns

1 PM Beat The Clock

1:30 Art Linkletter's House

Party

2 PM Big Payoff

2:30 Verdict Is Yours

3 PM Brighter Day

3:15 Secret Storm

3:30 Edge Of Night

4 PM Woman's World

4:30 Gene Autry

5:30 Waterfront

6 PM News

6:15 Douglas Edwards With The News

6:30 I Love Lucy (rerun)

7 PM The Big Record (COLOR)

8 PM The Millionaire

8:30 I've Got A Secret

9 PM U.S. Steel Hour

10 PM State Trooper

10:30 News And Movie: "Little


Tokyo, USA"

sign off 12:15 AM

WLW-A Ch. 11 (ABC)

8:15 Gospel Wakeup

8:30 Cartoon Carnival

9 AM Skipper Ray

10 AM School Days

10:30 A Woman's Day

11 AM Movie: "Fugitive For A Night"

12:30 News

12:45 Miss Who?

1:30 Life With Elizabeth

2 PM Stu Erwin

2:30 Colonel March

3 PM American Bandstand

4:30 Do You Trust Your Wife? (later

became Who Do You Trust?)

5 PM Wild Bill Hickok

5:30 Mickey Mouse Club

6 PM Sky King

6:30 Disneyland

7:30 Tombstone Territory

8 PM Ozzie And Harriet


8:30 Walter Winchell File

9 PM Wednesday Night Fights

10 PM City Detective

10:30 News And Weather

10:45 Wrestling

off 12 Midnight

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Re: Retro: Atlanta Wednesday, October 23, 1957

> From the Atlanta Constitution. Times

> are EST.

> Interesting seems all shows although ET started hour earlier than New York 10 PM very
interesting...also note 10 PM "State Trooper" first run syndi modern cowboy Cop starring Rod
Cameron vs "Sheriff of Cochise" first run syndi modern cowboy cop vs "City Detective" reuns
starring Rod Cameron. Poor programming choice since viewer who liked one would like all 3 and
different time slots would have been better.

> WSB Ch. 2 (NBC)

>

> 7 AM Today

> 9 AM Arlene Francis


> 9:30 Treasure Hunt

> 10 AM Price Is Right

> 10:30 Truth Or Consequences (COLOR)

> 11 AM Tic Tac Dough

> 11:30 It Could Be You

> 12 N News

> 12:15 Movie: "None Shall Escape"

> 2 PM Matinee Theater (COLOR)

> 3 PM Queen For A Day

> 3:45 Modern Romances

> 4 PM Comedy Time

> 4:30 My Little Margie

> 5 PM Big Adventure With Officer Don

> 6 PM Football News

> 6:15 News And Weather

> 6:30 Wagon Train

> 7:30 Father Knows Best

> 8 PM Kraft Television Theater

> 9 PM This Is Your Life

> 9:30 Dr. Christian

> 10 PM Sheriff Of Cochise

> 10:30 News

> 10:45 Movie: "The Undying Monster"

> sign off 12:30 AM

>
> WAGA Ch. 5 (CBS)

>

> 7 AM Jimmy Dean

> 7:45 News (again, don't know if

> local or network)

> 8 AM Captain Kangaroo

> 8:30 Romper Room

> 9 AM Garry Moore

> 9:30 Arthur Godfrey

> 10:30 Strike It Rich

> 11 AM News

> 11:15 Love Of Life

> 11:30 Search For Tomorrow

> 11:45 Guiding Light

> 12 N World News

> 12:15 Hotel Cosmopolitan (delay

> from 11 AM)

> 12:30 As The World Turns

> 1 PM Beat The Clock

> 1:30 Art Linkletter's House

> Party

> 2 PM Big Payoff

> 2:30 Verdict Is Yours

> 3 PM Brighter Day

> 3:15 Secret Storm


> 3:30 Edge Of Night

> 4 PM Woman's World

> 4:30 Gene Autry

> 5:30 Waterfront

> 6 PM News

> 6:15 Douglas Edwards With The News

> 6:30 I Love Lucy (rerun)

> 7 PM The Big Record (COLOR)

> 8 PM The Millionaire

> 8:30 I've Got A Secret

> 9 PM U.S. Steel Hour

> 10 PM State Trooper

> 10:30 News And Movie: "Little

> Tokyo, USA"

> sign off 12:15 AM

>

> WLW-A Ch. 11 (ABC)

>

> 8:15 Gospel Wakeup

> 8:30 Cartoon Carnival

> 9 AM Skipper Ray

> 10 AM School Days

> 10:30 A Woman's Day

> 11 AM Movie: "Fugitive For A Night"

> 12:30 News


> 12:45 Miss Who?

> 1:30 Life With Elizabeth

> 2 PM Stu Erwin

> 2:30 Colonel March

> 3 PM American Bandstand

> 4:30 Do You Trust Your Wife? (later

> became Who Do You Trust?)

> 5 PM Wild Bill Hickok

> 5:30 Mickey Mouse Club

> 6 PM Sky King

> 6:30 Disneyland

> 7:30 Tombstone Territory

> 8 PM Ozzie And Harriet

> 8:30 Walter Winchell File

> 9 PM Wednesday Night Fights

> 10 PM City Detective

> 10:30 News And Weather

> 10:45 Wrestling

> off 12 Midnight

>

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Re: Retro: Atlanta Wednesday, October 23, 1957


> also note 10

> PM "State Trooper" first run syndi modern cowboy Cop

> starring Rod Cameron vs "Sheriff of Cochise" first run syndi

> modern cowboy cop vs "City Detective" reuns starring Rod

> Cameron. Poor programming choice since viewer who liked one

> would like all 3 and different time slots would have been

> better.

Proves that even then, there was competitive counterscheduling going on in television.

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Re: Retro: Atlanta Wednesday, October 23, 1957

> > From the Atlanta Constitution.

> > Times are EST.

> Interesting seems all shows although ET

> started hour earlier than New York...


The key here is the designation "EST."

By 1957, daylight-saving time in many places--

including New York--ran until the last Sunday

of October which would have been the 27th.

Georgia OTOH stayed on EST year-round, hence

programs airing an hour earlier than EDT.

Previous postings by bpatrick and others seemed

to indicate that the spring/summer of 1958 was

the first time when the networks were VTR-capable

enough to provide a delayed feed one hour later to

the EST and CST areas so (most) shows could air

at the same "clock time" winter and summer.

Now...just don't get me started on this upcoming DST

extension and what it will do to the communications and

transportation industries when dealing in cross-border

and international commerce.<P ID="edit"><FONT class="small">Edited by oldiesfan on 07/30/05


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"Don't get me started?"


> Just don't get me started on those two clowns

> Upton and Markey who seem to have no clue as to what

> their DST extension will do to certain industries

> that deal in cross-border and international commerce.

Speaking as a moderator who has had to stop threads from deteriorating into political
discussions on too many occasions, I wish you hadn't brought this up at all.

If you don't want to get started, then don't post the starting point in the first place ...

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Re: "Don't get me started?"

Well, you did get me started into editing

the particular comment which may have had

the political slant...

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Re: "Don't get me started?"

> Well, you did get me started into editing

> the particular comment which may have had

> the political slant...

As one of the few who saw it pre-edit, I commend you on your revised choice of words.

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Retro:Cleveland Area, Sunday, February 27, 1955

From:TV Guide

Cleveland

3 WNBK NBC

8AM Test Pattern-COLOR

8:30 TV Sunday School

9AM Frontiers Of Faith

9:30 Youth Wants to Know

10AM American Forum

10:30 Tomorrow-Science

11AM Norman Vincent Peale


11:15 Cartoon Time

11:30 Hoot Gibson

11:45 Pat Patterson

Noon Pet Show

12:15 News-House

12:30 Funny Funnies-Glenn Rowell

Gene Carroll And Glenn Rowell were a famous Radio Comedy Team in the 1930's. Incedentally,
Carroll was on Channel 5 opposite Rowell in the long-running "Gene Carroll Show" Talent contest
series.

1PM Movie (TV Theater) Three Desperate Men

2:30 Opera Theater-Would Be Gentleman

Featuring Wally Cox and a young Charlotte Rae

4PM Juvenile Jury

4:30 Zoo Parade

5PM Hallmark Hall Of Fame Sound And Fury:The Story of Alexander Graham Bell

5:30 Captain Gallant

6PM Meet The Press

6:30 Roy Rogers

7PM People Are Funny-Linkletter

7:30 Big Time-Variety-SPECIAL

Produced By Max Leibman, Featuring Milton Berle, Ray Bolger And Martha Raye

9PM Philco/Goodyear TV Playhouse


10PM Loretta Young

10:30 Bob Cummings Show (Love That Bob)

11PM Movie-(Theater) Caged Fury

12:30 News

WEWS 5 CBS

9:55 News

10AM Lamp Unto My Feet

10:30 Look Up And Live

11AM Big Picture

11:30 The Christophers

Noon Gene Carroll Show-Talent

1PM Polka Parade

1:30 Urban League-Dudley

2PM These 40 Days-Lent

2:15 Movie (Sunday Matinee) Five-Pound Man

3PM University Circle

4PM Lassie-From Sunday 7PM CBS

4:30 Fun With Charades-Local Game Show

5PM Omnibus

6:30 You Are There-Walter Cronkite

EG Marshall appears as George Washington


7PM Range Rider-Syndicated

7:30 Private Secretary

8PM Toast Of The Town (Ed Sullivan Show)

9PM Fred Waring

9:30 Stage 7

10PM Foreign Intrigue-Syndicated

10:30 What's My Line

11PM CBS News-Cronkite

11;15 Danger-From CBS Tuesdays

11:45 News

WXEL 8 CBS

11AM Talent Parade-Joe Berg

Noon Faith For Today

12:30 Big Picture

1PM Johns Hopkins-ABC

1:30 Teen Press

2PM Movie-When The West was Young

3PM Movie-Come Back Peter

4:30 Prescription For Living

5PM Super Circus-ABC

6PM Jimmy Wakely Show


7PM You Asked For It-ABC

7:30 Pepsi Cola Playhouse-ABC

8PM Key To The Ages-DEBUT-DuMont

8:30 This Is The Life

9PM Walter Winchell-ABC

9:15 Horizons-ABC

9:30 Life Begins At 80 DuMont

10PM Break The Bank-ABC Bank Is Worth $2900

10:30 Pantomime Quiz-ABC (From 9:30 PM Sunday)

11PM Movie-Charlie Chan In Honolulu

Akron

WAKR 49 ABC

1:30 The West

2:30 Oral Roberts

3PM Double Feature Theater

5PM Super Circus

6PM Western Playhouse

7PM You Asked For It

7:30 Pepsi Cola Playhouse

8PM Movie-TBA
9PM Walter Winchell

9:15 Horizons

9:30 Pantomime Quiz

10PM Break The Bank

10:30 Movie-Sky Liner

Youngstown

WFMJ 21 NBC

12:45 Serial Theater

1:15 Fun With Music

1:30 Polka Party-Ament

2PM To Help Themselves

2:30 Opera Theater-Would Be Gentleman

Featuring Wally Cox and a young Charlotte Rae

4PM Juvenile Jury

4:30 Zoo Parade

5PM Hallmark Hall Of Fame Sound And Fury:The Story of Alexander Graham Bell

5:30 Captain Gallant

6PM Kit Carson

7PM People Are Funny-Linkletter

7:30 Big Time-Variety-SPECIAL

Produced By Max Leibman, Featuring Milton Berle, Ray Bolger And Martha Raye
9PM Philco/Goodyear TV Playhouse

10PM Loretta Young

10:30 Bob Cummings Show (Love That Bob)

11PM Sports

11:15 Movie-Impact

WKBN 27

11:30 Western Theater

12:30 Contest Carnival

1PM This Is The Life

1:30 Polka Party (also listd on 21)

2PM Big Picture

2:30 These 40 Days

2:45 Panorama

3PM Now And Then

3:30 Adventure

4PM The Name's The Same-ABC (From Monday, 7:30 PM)

4:30 Prescription For Life

5PM Frontiersman

6:30 DisneyLand-ABC

7:30 Ramar Of The Jungle

8PM Toast Of The Town-CBS


9PM Mark Saber-Synd.

9:30 Stage 7

10PM Father Knows Best (CBS)

10:30 What's My Line?-CBS

11PM Movie (Premiere Playhouse)-Man In The Iron Mask

12:30 News

9:30 Stage 7

10PM Father Knows Best (CBS)

10:30 What's My Line?-CBS

11PM Movie (Premiere Playhouse)-Man In The Iron Mask

12:30 News

New York TV- FALL 1948

NEW YORK TV- FALL 1948- Source: New York Times

Thursday October 28, 1948

WCBS-TV 2 (CBS)

12:30- Music: Program Review: Weather

12:45- Film Shorts

1pm- Vanity Fair

6:15- Music: Program Review: Weather

6:30- Lucky Pup


6:45- Bob Howard Show

7pm- Film Shorts

7:30- Douglas Edwards with the News

7:45- Face the Music

8pm- To the Queens Taste

8:30- MOVIE- The Queen of the Yukon

9:40- Film Shorts

10:25- Liberal Party Rally with President Truman (from Madison Square Garden)

11pm- Newsreel

WNBT-TV 4 (NBC)

5:30- Howdy Doody

7:15- Cavalcade of Fashions

7:30- Musical Minatures

7:45- Sportswoman of the Week

8pm- Film: Princess Sagaphi

8:15- The Nature of Things

8:30- Lanny Ross Variety Show

9pm- Bob Smith Show

9:30- Paul Winchell Variety Show

WABD-TV 5 (DUMONT)

5:45pm- Teletunes

6pm- Small Fry Club- Bob Emery

6:30- Sports with Russ Hodges/Films


7pm- Tots, Tweens and Teens

7:30- Camera Headlines

7:45- Jack Elgen Show

8pm- Film Shorts

8:30- Charade Quiz with Bill Slater

9pm- Sports Film

9:05- Wrestling at Park Arena

WJZ-TV 7 (ABC)

5:30pm- Cartoon Teletales

7pm- News and Views (with Gordon Fraser)

7:08- Sports Results (with Joe Hasel)

7:15- Film: Puppet Making

7:30- Film: Circus Boy

8:15- George Gallup charts the Election with George Fraser

8:30- Club Seven

WPIX-TV 11 (IND)

5pm- News and Recorded Music

5:45- Comics on Parade

6pm- Recorded Music

7pm- News: Rendezvous with Stan Shaw

7:30- Newsreel

7:40- Jimmy Jemall- Inquiring Photographer

8pm- Gloria Swanson Program


9pm- News: Wrestling at Ridgewood Grove

10:45- Newsreel

WATV-TV 13 (IND)

10am- Test Pattern

2:45pm- Music and Feature Film

4pm- Western Feature

5pm- Junior Frolics

5:30- Film Serial: Shadow of the Eagle

5:50- Camera Highlights

7pm- Film: Fighting Renegade

8pm- Film: Devil Bat

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Re: New York TV- FALL 1948

> NEW YORK TV- FALL 1948- Source: New York Times

>

> Thursday October 28, 1948

>

> WCBS-TV 2 (CBS)

> 12:30- Music: Program Review: Weather

> 12:45- Film Shorts

> 1pm- Vanity Fair


> 6:15- Music: Program Review: Weather

> 6:30- Lucky Pup

> 6:45- Bob Howard Show

> 7pm- Film Shorts

> 7:30- Douglas Edwards with the News

> 7:45- Face the Music

> 8pm- To the Queens Taste

> 8:30- MOVIE- The Queen of the Yukon

> 9:40- Film Shorts

> 10:25- Liberal Party Rally with President Truman (from Madison Square Garden)

> 11pm- Newsreel

I was going to say "What Party Rally with President Truman?", but a quick Google search
confirmed your listing. The Liberal Party (active only in NY state) did in fact nominate Truman
and actively campaigned for him. They did this for every Democrat between 1944 and 2000 with
the exception of Jimmy Carter in 1980 (they went for John Anderson that year). They called it
quits in 2002.

> WNBT-TV 4 (NBC)

> 5:30- Howdy Doody

> 7:15- Cavalcade of Fashions

> 7:30- Musical Minatures

> 7:45- Sportswoman of the Week

> 8pm- Film: Princess Sagaphi

> 8:15- The Nature of Things

> 8:30- Lanny Ross Variety Show

> 9pm- Bob Smith Show


> 9:30- Paul Winchell Variety Show

>

> WABD-TV 5 (DUMONT)

> 5:45pm- Teletunes

> 6pm- Small Fry Club- Bob Emery

> 6:30- Sports with Russ Hodges/Films

> 7pm- Tots, Tweens and Teens

> 7:30- Camera Headlines

> 7:45- Jack Elgen Show

> 8pm- Film Shorts

> 8:30- Charade Quiz with Bill Slater

> 9pm- Sports Film

> 9:05- Wrestling at Park Arena

>

> WJZ-TV 7 (ABC)

> 5:30pm- Cartoon Teletales

> 7pm- News and Views (with Gordon Fraser)

> 7:08- Sports Results (with Joe Hasel)

> 7:15- Film: Puppet Making

> 7:30- Film: Circus Boy

> 8:15- George Gallup charts the Election with George Fraser

> 8:30- Club Seven

Did ABC not have any network programming on Thursdays during their first year of existence?
That's an awfully short schedule for a network O&O, even for 1948. Of course, WNBT and WABD
weren't much better.
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Re: New York TV- FALL 1948

> > NEW YORK TV- FALL 1948- Source: New York Times

>>

> > Thursday October 28, 1948

> >>

> > WJZ-TV 7 (ABC)

> > 5:30pm- Cartoon Teletales

> > 7pm- News and Views (with Gordon Fraser)

> > 7:08- Sports Results (with Joe Hasel)

> > 7:15- Film: Puppet Making

> > 7:30- Film: Circus Boy

> > 8:15- George Gallup charts the Election with George Fraser

>

> > 8:30- Club Seven

>

> Did ABC not have any network programming on Thursdays during

> their first year of existence? That's an awfully short


> schedule for a network O&O, even for 1948. Of course, WNBT

Castleman and Podrazik, in The TV Schedule Book, give this

lineup for ABC Thursdays in the fall of 1948:

5:30 Singing Lady (Cartoon Teletales is given as Monday,

Wednesday, and Friday; Singing Lady Tuesday and

Thursday)

6 PM (Local)

7 PM News And Views

7:15 (Local)

8 PM Fashion Story

8:30 Critic-At-Large

9 PM ABC Feature Film

10 PM (Local)

Club Seven is listed as a Wednesday show, after having aired

on Thursdays in the summer of 1948.

Brooks and Marsh note that Fashion Story debuted Nov. 4, 1948,

and that Critic-At-Large moved from Wednesday to Thursday in

November as well. They also show Film Shorts airing 7:15-8 PM.

News And Views had debuted August 11, 1948.

Overall, you're a week ahead of the network.


>>

Cleveland:Tuesday-Wednesday, March 1-2, 1955

This Is When WXEL 8 and WEWS 5 Switch Affiliations..From TV Guide

WNBK 3 NBC

Tuesday March 1

7AM Today

9AM Movie:Song Of Mexico

10AM Ding Dong School

10:30 Way of The World-Soap

10:45 Sheliah Graham-Interview-John Wayne in 5 15 minute segments

11AM-Home/Arlene Francis

Noon Tennessee Ernie Ford

12:30 Feather Your Nest-Game

1PM Movie-Forced Landing

2:30 Maggi Byrne-Fashion

3PM The Greatest Gift-Soap

3:15 Golden Windows-Soap

3:30 One Man's Family-Soap

3:45 Miss Marlowe-Soap

4PM Hawkins Falls-Soap


4:15 First Love-Soap

4:30 World Of Mr. Sweeney

4:45 Modern Romances

5PM Pinky Lee

5:30 Howdy Doody

6PM Abbott And Costello

6:30 Sports

6:40 Weather Vane

6:45 Tom Field-News

7PM Ella Raines

7:30 Dinah Shore

7:45 News Caravan-Swayze

8PM Bob Hope

9PM Fireside Theater

9:30 Armstrong Circle Theater

10PM Truth Or Consequences

10:30 It's A Great Life-Comedy (Still Occasionally seen on American Life [Goodlife] Cable channel)

11PM News

11:05 Weather-Joe Finan

11:10 Sports

11:15 Fame-profile of Henry Ford

11:30 Tonight-Steve Allen

1AM News
Wednesday, March 2

Morning-Afternoon Same As Tuesday except For:

9AM Movie: Life, Liberty and Orrin Dooley

1PM Movie: Pistol-Packin Mama

2:25 Amy Vanderbilt-5 minutes

6PM Wild Bill Hickock

7PM Norby-David Wayne Comedy

7:30 Eddie Fisher

8PM I Married Joan

8:30 My Little Margie

9PM Kraft Theater

10PM This Is Your Life

10:30 Big Town

11PM News, Sports, Weather

11:15 Theater 15

11:30 Tonight

1AM News

WEWS 5 CBS Tuesday/ABC-DuMont Wednesday

Tuesday March 1, 1955

7AM Morning Show-Jack Paar (Local Wings Of Song at 8:25 and 8:55)
9AM Western Reserve

9:30 Paige Palmer

10AM Garry Moore

10:30 Arthur Godfrey

11:30 Strike It Rich

Noon Valiant Lady

12:15 Love Of Life

12:30 Search For Tomorrow

12:45 Guiding Light

1PM Women's Window

1:30 Welcome Travelers-(NBC series had recently moved to CBS)

2PM Robert Q. Lewis

2:30 House Party-Linkletter

3PM Big Payoff

3:30 Bob Crosby

4PM Mixing Bowl-Local

4:30 On Your Account

5PM Captain Video-(Strangely was listed on channel 8 at the same time)-DuMont

5:15 Dinner Platter-Bob Dale

5:30 Uncle Jakes House

6PM Little Rascals

6:30 News-Dorothy Fuldheim

6:45 Sports
6:55 Weather

7PM Pooch Parade

7:15 Meet Your Schools

7:30 CBS News-Douglas Edwards

7:45 Jo Stafford-Music

8PM Florian Zabach Not sure if this was a one time syndicated special or on CBS

8:30 Halls Of Ivy-Ronald Colman

9PM Meet Millie

9:30 Red Skelton

10PM Mr. District Attorney-Syndicated

10:30 See It Now-Edward R. Murrow

11PM Movie-TBA

12:30 News

Wednesday March 2, 1955

8:55 News

9AM Western Reserve

9:30 Paige Palmer

9:55 News

10AM Little Rascals

10:30 Movie-TBA

11:55 News

Noon Bob Dale Show


1PM Women's Window

1:30 To Be Announced

2PM Robert Q. Lewis-CBS

2:30 To Be Announced

3PM Paul Dixon-DuMont

4PM Mixing Bowl

4:30 Uncle Jake's House

5PM Captain Video-DuMont (Now On Channel 5 only)

5:15 Dinner Platter-Bob Dale

5:45 Captain Video-DuMont

6PM Little Rascals

6:30 News

6:45 Weather

6:50 Sports-Paul Wilcox

7PM Waterfront-Syndicated

7:30 Disneyland (First ABC Network Show on 5)

8:30 Stu Erwin

9PM Liberace-Synd.

9:30 Who Said That-ABC

Panel:Gene Raymond. June Lockhart, Bob Considine

10PM To Be Announced

11PM Movie(Playhouse):Raw Deal

WXEL 8 ABC/DuMont Tuesday CBS Wednesday


Tuesday, March 1

8:55 Preview Corner

9AM To Be Announced

10AM Alice Weston-Cooking

10:30 Chrming Children

11AM Nancy Dixon-Shopping

11:05 Maggie Wulff-Women's Interests

12:30 Rena And Bob-Local Variety

1PM Portia Faces Life-CBS

1:15 Road Of Life-CBS

1:30 All For You-Weston

2PM Movie-Thunder Pass

4PM Brighter Day-CBS

4:15 Secret Storm-CBS

4:30 King Jack-Kids

5PM Captain Video-DuMont (Also on 5)

5:15 Desert Deputy-Western Shorts

6:30 News Parade-Jim Lang

6:45 Weather

6:50 Ohio Story

7PM Seven O Clock Playhouse


7:30 Cavalcade Of America-ABC

8PM Bishop Sheen-DuMont (By the first week of May would move to ABC)

8:30 Twenty Questions-ABC

9PM Danny Thomas-ABC

9:30 US Steel Hour-ABC

10:30 To Be Announced

11PM News-Guthrie

11:10 Sports

11:15 Weather

11:20 Movie:Cheer The Brave

Wednesday, March 2, 1955

7AM Morning Show Jack Paar(First Official CBS show, though 8 had been showing certain CBS
Soap Operas)

9AM Movie-TBA

10AM Garry Moore

10:30 Arthur Godfrey

11;30 Strike It Rich

Noon Valiant Lady

12:15 Love Of Life

12:30 Search For Tomorrow

12:45 Guiding Light

1PM Portia Faces Life

1:15 Road Of Life

1:30 Welcome Travelers


2PM Alice Weston

2:30 House Party

3PM Big Payoff

3:30 Bob Crosby

4PM Brighter Day

4:15 Secret Storm

4:30 On Your Account

5PM Story Lady

5:15 Barker Bill-CBS (Terrytoons)

5:30 Adventure Theater

6:30 News Parade (Weather follows)

6:50 Joe Portaro-Beauty

7PM Matchless Theater

7:30 CBS News-Edwards

7:45 Perry Como

8PM Arthur Godfrey And Friends

9PM The Millionaire-Drama

9:30 I've Got A Secret Scheduled Guest:Jackie Gleason

10PM Best of Broadway-COLOR

The Guardsman-Claudette Cobert, Franchot Tone Mary Boland, Mary Grace Canfield, Reginald
Gardiner, Harry Worth, Margaret Hamilton

11PM News-Warren Guthrie (Sports, Weather, Follow)

11:20 Movie-TBA
WAKR 49 ABC Akron

Tuesday, March 1

4PM Movie-Scared To Death

5PM Hinky Dinks

5:30 Quick On The Draw

6PM News

6:15 Tail Waggers

6:30 Paige Palmer

6:50 Trophy Room-Eddie Elias-Akron Native Later Founded the Pro Bowlers Tour which was
headquartered in Akron till a few years ago.

7PM News-Jack Fitzgibbons

7:10 Sports

7:15 ABC News-John Daly

7:30 Chef Lorenzo

8PM Bishop Sheen-DuMont

8:30 Liberace-Syndicated (interesting segue?)

9PM Danny Thomas-ABC

9:30 Wrestling-Hollywood (syndicated?)

10:30 Stop The Music-ABC

11PM News/Sports
Wednesday, March 2

Same as Tuesday except for:

4PM Movie-TBA

6:15 Spotlight On Sports

6:50 Ohio Story

8PM Spelling Bee

8:30 Stu Erwin-ABC

9PM Masquerade Party-ABC

9:30 Junior Town Meeting

10PM Movie-Rolling Home

11PM News/Sports

there is an interesting site which deals in naming/identifying 1950's classic TV Themes..Is also
helpful somewhat in establishing when some shows were on what network..

http://www.classicthemes.com/50sTVTh...riesList.shtml
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Re: Cleveland:Tuesday-Wednesday, March 1-2, 1955

>Florian ZaBach had a syndicated series at this time.

He was a violinist who apparently worked a lot like

Liberace. I remember his making a number of appearances

with Mike Douglas in the '60s and '70s.

DuMont was in the process of cutting its schedule to

practically nothing. Captain Video ended April 1, and

Bishop Sheen moved to ABC around that time; the game show
Down You Go moved to CBS in June; and Life Begins at 80

to ABC in August. The last surviving entertainment show

on DuMont, What's The Story?, ended September 23, 1955.

Except for Monday-night boxing, which lasted until August

1956, DuMont was dead, to be reorganized as Metromedia

and then, in 1986, Fox.

This Is When WXEL 8 and WEWS 5 Switch Affiliations..From TV

> Guide

>

> WNBK 3 NBC

>

> Tuesday March 2

>

> 7AM Today

> 9AM Movie:Song Of Mexico

> 10AM Ding Dong School

> 10:30 Way of The World-Soap

> 11AM-Home/Arlene Francis

>

> Noon Tennessee Ernie Ford

> 12:30 Feather Your Nest-Game

> 1PM Movie-Forced Landing

> 2:30 Maggi Byrne-Fashion

> 3PM The Greatest Gift-Soap


> 3:15 Golden Windows-Soap

> 3:30 One Man's Family-Soap

> 3:45 Miss Marlowe-Soap

> 4PM Hawkins Falls-Soap

> 4:15 First Love-Soap

> 4:30 World Of Mr. Sweeney

> 4:45 Modern Romances

> 5PM Pinky Lee

> 5:30 Howdy Doody

>

> 6PM Abbott And Costello

> 6:30 Sports

> 6:40 Weather Vane

> 6:45 Tom Field-News

> 7PM Ella Raines

> 7:30 Dinah Shore

> 7:45 News Caravan-Swayze

> 8PM Bob Hope

> 9PM Fireside Theater

> 9:30 Armstrong Circle Theater

> 10PM Truth Or Consequences

> 10:30 It's A Great Life-Comedy (Still Occasionally seen on

> American Life [Goodlife] Cable channel)

> 11PM News

> 11:05 Weather-Joe Finan


> 11:10 Sports

> 11:15 Fame-profile of Henry Ford

> 11:30 Tonight-Steve Allen

> 1AM News

>

> Wednesday, March 2

>

> Morning-Afternoon Same As Tuesday except For:

> 9AM Movie: Life, Liberty and Orrin Dooley

> 1PM Movie: Pistol-Packin Mama

> 2:25 Amy Vanderbilt-5 minutes

> 6PM Wild Bill Hickock

> 7PM Norby-David Wayne Comedy

> 7:30 Eddie Fisher

>

> 8PM I Married Joan

> 8:30 My Little Margie

> 9PM Kraft Theater

> 10PM This Is Your Life

> 10:30 Big Town

> 11PM News, Sports, Weather

> 11:15 Theater 15

> 11:30 Tonight

> 1AM News

>
> WEWS 5 CBS Tuesday/ABC-DuMont Wednesday

>

> Tuesday March 1, 1955

>

> 7AM Morning Show-Jack Paar (Local Wings Of Song at 8:25 and

> 8:55)

> 9AM Western Reserve

> 9:30 Paige Palmer

> 10AM Garry Moore

> 10:30 Arthur Godfrey

> 11:30 Strike It Rich

>

> Noon Valiant Lady

> 12:15 Love Of Life

> 12:30 Search For Tomorrow

> 12:45 Guiding Light

> 1PM Women's Window

> 1:30 Welcome Travelers-(NBC series had recently moved to

> CBS)

> 2PM Robert Q. Lewis

> 2:30 House Party-Linkletter

> 3PM Big Payoff

> 3:30 Bob Crosby

> 4PM Mixing Bowl-Local

> 4:30 On Your Account


> 5PM Captain Video-(Strangely was listed on channel 8 at the

> same time)-DuMont

> 5:15 Dinner Platter-Bob Dale

> 5:30 Uncle Jakes House

>

> 6PM Little Rascals

> 6:30 News-Dorothy Fuldheim

> 6:45 Sports

> 6:55 Weather

> 7PM Pooch Parade

> 7:15 Meet Your Schools

> 7:30 CBS News-Douglas Edwards

> 7:45 Jo Stafford-Music

> 8PM Florian Zabach Not sure if this was a one time

> syndicated special or on CBS

> 8:30 Halls Of Ivy-Ronald Colman

> 9PM Meet Millie

> 9:30 Red Skelton

> 10PM Mr. District Attorney-Syndicated

> 10:30 See It Now-Edward R. Murrow

> 11PM Movie-TBA

> 12:30 News

>

> Wednesday March 2, 1955

>
> 8:55 News

> 9AM Western Reserve

> 9:30 Paige Palmer

> 9:55 News

> 10AM Little Rascals

> 10:30 Movie-TBA

> 11:55 News

>

> Noon Bob Dale Show

> 1PM Women's Window

> 1:30 To Be Announced

> 2PM Robert Q. Lewis-CBS

> 2:30 To Be Announced

> 3PM Paul Dixon-DuMont

> 4PM Mixing Bowl

> 4:30 Uncle Jake's House

> 5PM Captain Video-DuMont (Now On Channel 5 only)

> 5:15 Dinner Platter-Bob Dale

> 5:45 Captain Video-DuMont

>

> 6PM Little Rascals

> 6:30 News

> 6:45 Weather

> 6:50 Sports-Paul Wilcox

> 7PM Waterfront-Syndicated


> 7:30 Disneyland (First ABC Network Show on 5)

> 8:30 Stu Erwin

> 9PM Liberace-Synd.

> 9:30 Who Said That-ABC

> Panel:Gene Raymond. June Lockhart, Bob Considine

> 10PM To Be Announced

> 11PM Movie(Playhouse):Raw Deal

>

> WXEL 8 ABC/DuMont Tuesday CBS Wednesday

>

> Tuesday, March 1

>

> 8:55 Preview Corner

> 9AM To Be Announced

> 10AM Alice Weston-Cooking

> 10:30 Chrming Children

> 11AM Nancy Dixon-Shopping

> 11:05 Maggie Wulff-Women's Interests

>

> 12:30 Rena And Bob-Local Variety

> 1PM Portia Faces Life-CBS

> 1:15 Road Of Life-CBS

> 1:30 All For You-Weston

> 2PM Movie-Thunder Pass

> 4PM Brighter Day-CBS


> 4:15 Secret Storm-CBS

> 4:30 King Jack-Kids

> 5PM Captain Video-DuMont (Also on 5)

> 5:15 Desert Deputy-Western Shorts

>

> 6:30 News Parade-Jim Lang

> 6:45 Weather

> 6:50 Ohio Story

> 7PM Seven O Clock Playhouse

> 7:30 Cavalcade Of America-ABC

> 8PM Bishop Sheen-DuMont (By the first week of May would move

> to ABC)

> 8:30 Twenty Questions-ABC

> 9PM Danny Thomas-ABC

> 9:30 US Steel Hour-ABC

> 10:30 To Be Announced

> 11PM News-Guthrie

> 11:10 Sports

> 11:15 Weather

> 11:20 Movie:Cheer The Brave

>

> Wednesday, March 2, 1955

>

> 7AM Morning Show Jack Paar(First Official CBS show, though 8

> had been showing certain CBS Soap Operas)


> 9AM Movie-TBA

> 10AM Garry Moore

> 10:30 Arthur Godfrey

> 11;30 Strike It Rich

> Noon Valiant Lady

> 12:15 Love Of Life

> 12:30 Search For Tomorrow

> 12:45 Guiding Light

> 1PM Portia Faces Life

> 1:15 Road Of Life

> 1:30 Welcome Travelers

> 2PM Alice Weston

> 2:30 House Party

> 3PM Big Payoff

> 3:30 Bob Crosby

> 4PM Brighter Day

> 4:15 Secret Storm

> 4:30 On Your Account

> 5PM Story Lady

> 5:15 Barker Bill-CBS (Terrytoons)

> 5:30 Adventure Theater

>

> 6:30 News Parade (Weather follows)

> 6:50 Joe Portaro-Beauty

> 7PM Matchless Theater


> 7:30 CBS News-Edwards

> 7:45 Perry Como

> 8PM Arthur Godfrey And Friends

> 9PM The Millionaire-Drama

> 9:30 I've Got A Secret Scheduled Guest:Jackie Gleason

> 10PM Best of Broadway-COLOR

> The Guardsman-Claudette Cobert, Franchot Tone Mary Boland,

> Mary Grace Canfield, Reginald Gardiner, Harry Worth,

> Margaret Hamilton

>

> 11PM News-Warren Guthrie (Sports, Weather, Follow)

> 11:20 Movie-TBA

>

>

> WAKR 49 ABC Akron

>

> Tuesday, March 1

>

> 4PM Movie-Scared To Death

> 5PM Hinky Dinks

> 5:30 Quick On The Draw

>

> 6PM News

> 6:15 Tail Waggers

> 6:30 Paige Palmer


> 6:50 Trophy Room-Eddie Elias-Akron Native Later Founded the

> Pro Bowlers Tour which was headquartered in Akron till a few

> years ago.

>

> 7PM News-Jack Fitzgibbons

> 7:10 Sports

> 7:15 ABC News-John Daly

> 7:30 Chef Lorenzo

> 8PM Bishop Sheen-DuMont

> 8:30 Liberace-Syndicated (interesting segue?)

> 9PM Danny Thomas-ABC

> 9:30 Wrestling-Hollywood (syndicated?)

> 10:30 Stop The Music-ABC

> 11PM News/Sports

>

> Wednesday, March 2

>

> Same as Tuesday except for:

>

> 4PM Movie-TBA

> 6:15 Spotlight On Sports

> 6:50 Ohio Story

>

> 8PM Spelling Bee

> 8:30 Stu Erwin-ABC


> 9PM Masquerade Party-ABC

> 9:30 Junior Town Meeting

> 10PM Movie-Rolling Home

> 11PM News/Sports

>

>

> there is an interesting site which deals in

> naming/identifying 1950's classic TV Themes..Is also helpful

> somewhat in establishing when some shows were on what

> network..

>

> http://www.classicthemes.com/50sTVTh...riesList.shtml

>

Retro: Portland, Org. Oct. 26, 1964

Portland Org. TV Guide - Monday, Oct. 26, 1964

(Some things to look for: Ch. 2 has a female newscaster at 10:20am... pioneering for that day.
Mike Wallace of today's 60 Minutes is doing the CBS Morning News in 1964, right after Capt.
Kangaroo. "Wendy and Me" on ABC is a sitcom for George Burns now that his wife Gracie has
either died or retired. And Bing Crosby also has a show after Burns... two pretty big names for a
network that was always ranked third. Ch. 8 only carries an hour of Today. Only Ch. 8 has color
shows. Even if CBS or ABC are showing programs in color, Ch. 2 and 6 aren't transmitting them
yet. 15 min. Soap Operas are gone at this point but no soap runs an hour yet either. These days
few TV stations do any local shows other than news. But on this schedule, Ch. 6 does a daytime
variety show "Hi Neighbor" and a cooking show "KOIN Kitchen." Ch. 8 does a variety show in the
morning called "Telescope." And Ch. 12 does a morning show "12 in the Morning" and a kiddie
show "Popeye's Pier 12." I'm not sure if Ch. 2's "Smorgasbord" is local or network. Ind. Ch. 12
doesn't sign on till 10am. And no one stays on the air much after 12:30 or 1am.)
KATU - TV 2 (ABC)

7:00 Down to Earth--Brumfield

7:15 Basic Grammar

7:45 Deputy Dawg--Cartoons

8:00 Cartoonival--Rusty Nails

8:30 Romper Room--Miss Sue

9:00 Movie--Drama "The Sun Shines Bright" (1953)

10:20 News--Patti duPont

10:30 Price Is Right--Game

11:00 Get The Message--Game

11:30 Missing Links--Game

12:00 Father Knows Best

12:30 Tennessee Ernie Ford--Variety

1:00 Smorgasbord--Variety

1:30 Mike Douglas--Variety

2:30 Day in Court--Drama

2:55 ABC News

3:00 General Hospital--Serial

3:30 Young Marrieds--Serial

4:00 Trailmaster--Western

5:00 Dobie Gillis--Comedy

5:30 Leave It to Beaver

6:00 News--Pat Wilkins


6:15 News--Ron Cochran

6:30 Bold Journey--Travel

7:00 Survival--Documentary

7:30 Voyage--Adventure

8:30 No Time for Sergeants

9:00 Wendy and Me--Comedy

9:30 Bing Crosby--Comedy

10:00 Ben Casey--Drama

11:00 News, Sports

11:30 Movie--Western "Ambush" (1949)

KOIN - TV 6 (CBS)

7:00 Sunrise Semester

7:30 Weather Forecast

7:35 Cartoon Time

8:00 Captain Kangaroo--Children

9:00 CBS News--Mike Wallace

9:30 I Love Lucy--Comedy

10:00 Andy Griffith--Comedy

10:30 Real McCoys--Comedy

11:00 Love of Life--Serial

11:25 CBS News--Robert Trout

11:30 Search for Tomorrow


12:00 News--Art Eckman

12:05 Hi Neighbor--Variety

12:30 As The World Turns

1:00 KOIN Kitchen--Betty Davis

1:30 House Party--Art Linkletter

2:00 To Tell The Truth--Panel

2:25 CBS News--Douglas Edwards

2:30 Edge of Night--Serial

3:00 Secret Storm--Serial

3:30 Password--Game

4:00 Cartoon Circus--Children

4:15 Movie--Drama "Escape Me Never" (1947)

6:00 News--Chuck Foster

6:30 CBS News--Walter Cronkite

7:00 Trails West--Drama

7:30 To Tell The Truth--Bud Collyer

8:00 I've Got A Secret--Panel

8:30 Andy Griffith--Comedy

9:00 Lucille Ball--Comedy

9:30 Many Happy Returns--Comedy

10:00 Slattery's People--Drama

11:00 News, Sports

11:20 Yancy Derringer--Drama


KGW - TV 8 (NBC)

6:55 Town and Country--Jones

7:00 Today

8:00 Cartooners' Clubhouse

8:20 Telescope--Variety (Color)

9:00 Political Talk--Republican

9:30 What's This Song? (Debut) (Color)

9:55 NBC News--Edwin Newman

10:00 Concentration--Game

10:30 Jeopardy--Game (Color)

11:00 Say When!--Game (Color)

11:30 Truth or Consequences--Game (Color)

12:00 News--Rick Meyers (Color)

12:25 NBC News

12:30 Loretta Young--Drama

1:00 Doctors--Serial

1:30 Another World--Serial

2:00 You Don't Say!--Game (Color)

2:30 Match Game

2:55 News

3:00 Let's Make A Deal--Game

3:30 Bachelor Father--Comedy

4:00 Cartoon Corral (Color)


4:30 Movie--Drama "The Glory Brigade" (1953)

6:00 NBC News--Hutley, Brinkley

6:30 News--Richard Ross

7:00 Science in Action (Color)

7:30 90 Bristol Court--Comedy

8:00 90 Bristol Court--Comedy

8:30 90 Bristol Court--Comedy

9:00 Andy Williams--Variety (Color)

10:00 Alfred Hitchcock--Drama

11:00 News, Sports

11:30 Johnny Carson--Variety (Color)

KOAP - TV 10 (Educ.)

9:00 Problems of Philosophy

9:45 Uncle Wonder's Workshop

10:00 Spanish I

10:15 Spanish II

10:30 Let's Be Artists

10:45 French I

11:00 General Biology--Lessons

11:45 Sing Hi, Sing Lo--Kennett

12:00 TV Kindergarten
12:30 American Perspectives

1:00 Uncle Wonder's Workshop

1:15 Spanish I

1:30 Spanish II

1:45 French I

2:00 General Psychology

2:45 Industry on Parade

3:00 Challenge--Science

3:30 Famous Generals

4:00 Sing Hi, Sing Lo--Kennett

4:15 Happy Attic--Paige Long

(No listings till 6:30)

6:30 Facts About Smoking

7:00 What's New--Children

7:30 French Chef--Cooking

8:00 Pathfinders--Discussion (Debut)

8:30 Oregon at Work

9:00 International Magazine

10:00 Basic Issues of Man (Debut)

KPTV - TV 12 (Ind.)

10:00 Film Feature

11:00 Twelve in The Morning


12:00 Cartoon Castle--Children

12:15 King Leonardo--Cartoons

12:30 Cartoon Castle--Children

1:00 Movie--Comedy "The Ex-Mrs. Bradford" (1936)

2:45 News--Duane Bock

3:00 Three Stooges--Comedy

3:30 Touche' Turtle--Cartoons

4:00 Rocky and His Friends

4:30 Lloyd Thaxton--Variety

5:30 Popeye's Pier 12--Children

6:00 Woody Woodpecker

6:30 Wells Fargo--Western

7:00 Have Gun, Will Travel

7:30 You Asked for It!--Smith

8:00 Cheyenne--Western

9:00 Dick Powell--Drama

10:00 Movie--Musical "I Dream Too Much" (1935)

11:45 Movie--Western "Prarie Law" (1953)

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> Portland Org. TV Guide - Monday, Oct. 26, 1964

>

> (Some things to look for: Ch. 2 has a female newscaster at

> 10:20am... pioneering for that day. Mike Wallace of today's

> 60 Minutes is doing the CBS Morning News in 1964, right

> after Capt. Kangaroo. "Wendy and Me" on ABC is a sitcom for

> George Burns now that his wife Gracie has either died or

> retired. And Bing Crosby also has a show after Burns... two

> pretty big names for a network that was always ranked third.

> Ch. 8 only carries an hour of Today. Only Ch. 8 has color

> shows. Even if CBS or ABC are showing programs in color,

> Ch. 2 and 6 aren't transmitting them yet. 15 min. Soap

> Operas are gone at this point but no soap runs an hour yet

> either.

>

Something's amiss. Search For Tomorrow and Guiding Light

(which isn't even listed here) were 15-minute soaps until


1968. Search aired at 11:30 (PT), Light at 11:45.

Gracie Allen retired in 1958 and passed away Aug. 27, 1964.

George Burns' co-star on Wendy And Me was Connie Stevens.

I also notice you have 90 Bristol Court listed three times.

For those who've forgotten, that show was an experiment on

NBC's part: three sitcoms, all taking place in the same

apartment complex, and all focusing on the same theme.

The shows were: Karen; Tom, Dick And Mary; and Harris Against

The World (I think Jack Klugman starred in this last one).

Karen was the only one of the three to survive the entire

season, running 7:30-8 on Mondays from January-September 1965.

The 8-9 hour was filled by The Man From U.N.C.L.E., and Hullabaloo

got its former Tuesday slot (then moved to Mondays at 7:30 in

the fall of '65). BTW, Mondays at 8 was Man From U.N.C.L.E.'s

last time slot, in the fall of 1967. It was replaced in January

1968 by the biggest hit of the era: Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In.

A couple of other things. KOIN Kitchen was still on the air in

the '70s, if I recall. Also, is KOIN's noon anchor Art Eckman

the same person who was a sportscaster on WXIA/11 Atlanta in

the late '70s and most of the '80s?

>

> KATU - TV 2 (ABC)


>

> 7:00 Down to Earth--Brumfield

> 7:15 Basic Grammar

> 7:45 Deputy Dawg--Cartoons

> 8:00 Cartoonival--Rusty Nails

> 8:30 Romper Room--Miss Sue

> 9:00 Movie--Drama "The Sun Shines Bright" (1953)

> 10:20 News--Patti duPont

> 10:30 Price Is Right--Game

> 11:00 Get The Message--Game

> 11:30 Missing Links--Game

> 12:00 Father Knows Best

> 12:30 Tennessee Ernie Ford--Variety

> 1:00 Smorgasbord--Variety

> 1:30 Mike Douglas--Variety

> 2:30 Day in Court--Drama

> 2:55 ABC News

> 3:00 General Hospital--Serial

> 3:30 Young Marrieds--Serial

> 4:00 Trailmaster--Western

> 5:00 Dobie Gillis--Comedy

> 5:30 Leave It to Beaver

> 6:00 News--Pat Wilkins

> 6:15 News--Ron Cochran

> 6:30 Bold Journey--Travel


> 7:00 Survival--Documentary

> 7:30 Voyage--Adventure

> 8:30 No Time for Sergeants

> 9:00 Wendy and Me--Comedy

> 9:30 Bing Crosby--Comedy

> 10:00 Ben Casey--Drama

> 11:00 News, Sports

> 11:30 Movie--Western "Ambush" (1949)

>

>

> KOIN - TV 6 (CBS)

>

> 7:00 Sunrise Semester

> 7:30 Weather Forecast

> 7:35 Cartoon Time

> 8:00 Captain Kangaroo--Children

> 9:00 CBS News--Mike Wallace

> 9:30 I Love Lucy--Comedy

> 10:00 Andy Griffith--Comedy

> 10:30 Real McCoys--Comedy

> 11:00 Love of Life--Serial

> 11:25 CBS News--Robert Trout

> 11:30 Search for Tomorrow

> 12:00 News--Art Eckman

> 12:05 Hi Neighbor--Variety


> 12:30 As The World Turns

> 1:00 KOIN Kitchen--Betty Davis

> 1:30 House Party--Art Linkletter

> 2:00 To Tell The Truth--Panel

> 2:25 CBS News--Douglas Edwards

> 2:30 Edge of Night--Serial

> 3:00 Secret Storm--Serial

> 3:30 Password--Game

> 4:00 Cartoon Circus--Children

> 4:15 Movie--Drama "Escape Me Never" (1947)

> 6:00 News--Chuck Foster

> 6:30 CBS News--Walter Cronkite

> 7:00 Trails West--Drama

> 7:30 To Tell The Truth--Bud Collyer

> 8:00 I've Got A Secret--Panel

> 8:30 Andy Griffith--Comedy

> 9:00 Lucille Ball--Comedy

> 9:30 Many Happy Returns--Comedy

> 10:00 Slattery's People--Drama

> 11:00 News, Sports

> 11:20 Yancy Derringer--Drama

>

>

>

> KGW - TV 8 (NBC)


>

> 6:55 Town and Country--Jones

> 7:00 Today

> 8:00 Cartooners' Clubhouse

> 8:20 Telescope--Variety (Color)

> 9:00 Political Talk--Republican

> 9:30 What's This Song? (Debut) (Color)

> 9:55 NBC News--Edwin Newman

> 10:00 Concentration--Game

> 10:30 Jeopardy--Game (Color)

> 11:00 Say When!--Game (Color)

> 11:30 Truth or Consequences--Game (Color)

> 12:00 News--Rick Meyers (Color)

> 12:25 NBC News

> 12:30 Loretta Young--Drama

> 1:00 Doctors--Serial

> 1:30 Another World--Serial

> 2:00 You Don't Say!--Game (Color)

> 2:30 Match Game

> 2:55 News

> 3:00 Let's Make A Deal--Game

> 3:30 Bachelor Father--Comedy

> 4:00 Cartoon Corral (Color)

> 4:30 Movie--Drama "The Glory Brigade" (1953)

> 6:00 NBC News--Hutley, Brinkley


> 6:30 News--Richard Ross

> 7:00 Science in Action (Color)

> 7:30 90 Bristol Court--Comedy

> 8:00 90 Bristol Court--Comedy

> 8:30 90 Bristol Court--Comedy

> 9:00 Andy Williams--Variety (Color)

> 10:00 Alfred Hitchcock--Drama

> 11:00 News, Sports

> 11:30 Johnny Carson--Variety (Color)

>

>

>

> KOAP - TV 10 (Educ.)

>

> 9:00 Problems of Philosophy

> 9:45 Uncle Wonder's Workshop

> 10:00 Spanish I

> 10:15 Spanish II

> 10:30 Let's Be Artists

> 10:45 French I

> 11:00 General Biology--Lessons

> 11:45 Sing Hi, Sing Lo--Kennett

> 12:00 TV Kindergarten

> 12:30 American Perspectives

> 1:00 Uncle Wonder's Workshop


> 1:15 Spanish I

> 1:30 Spanish II

> 1:45 French I

> 2:00 General Psychology

> 2:45 Industry on Parade

> 3:00 Challenge--Science

> 3:30 Famous Generals

> 4:00 Sing Hi, Sing Lo--Kennett

> 4:15 Happy Attic--Paige Long

> (No listings till 6:30)

> 6:30 Facts About Smoking

> 7:00 What's New--Children

> 7:30 French Chef--Cooking

> 8:00 Pathfinders--Discussion (Debut)

> 8:30 Oregon at Work

> 9:00 International Magazine

> 10:00 Basic Issues of Man (Debut)

>

>

> KPTV - TV 12 (Ind.)

>

> 10:00 Film Feature

> 11:00 Twelve in The Morning

> 12:00 Cartoon Castle--Children

> 12:15 King Leonardo--Cartoons


> 12:30 Cartoon Castle--Children

> 1:00 Movie--Comedy "The Ex-Mrs. Bradford" (1936)

> 2:45 News--Duane Bock

> 3:00 Three Stooges--Comedy

> 3:30 Touche' Turtle--Cartoons

> 4:00 Rocky and His Friends

> 4:30 Lloyd Thaxton--Variety

> 5:30 Popeye's Pier 12--Children

> 6:00 Woody Woodpecker

> 6:30 Wells Fargo--Western

> 7:00 Have Gun, Will Travel

> 7:30 You Asked for It!--Smith

> 8:00 Cheyenne--Western

> 9:00 Dick Powell--Drama

> 10:00 Movie--Musical "I Dream Too Much" (1935)

> 11:45 Movie--Western "Prarie Law" (1953)

>

>

>

>

> Gregg

> nh153@mail.com

>

<P ID="edit"><FONT class="small">Edited by bpatrick on 07/30/05 07:55 PM.</FONT></P>

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07-31-2005, 01:53 AM #3

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Re: Retro: Portland, Org. Oct. 26, 1964

> Something's amiss. Search For Tomorrow and Guiding Light

> (which isn't even listed here) were 15-minute soaps until

> 1968. Search aired at 11:30 (PT), Light at 11:45.

>

> Gracie Allen retired in 1958 and passed away Aug. 27, 1964.

> George Burns' co-star on Wendy And Me was Connie Stevens.

> > A couple of other things. KOIN Kitchen was still on the air

> in

> the '70s, if I recall. Also, is KOIN's noon anchor Art

> Eckman

> the same person who was a sportscaster on WXIA/11 Atlanta in> the late '70s and most of the
'80s?

>>

My mistake... I went back and sure enough, Channel 6 had Search for Tomorrow on at 11:30,
Guiding Light at 11:45.
That's really amazing when you consider nearly all soaps today are a full hour. By the time you
subtract commercials, introductions and closing credits, could a 15 min. soap even have 10 min.
worth of programming?

Going back over the schedule, I suppose Ch. 2's 8am "Cartoonival--Rusty Nails" must be a locally
produced kids show with a host who goes by the name Rusty Nails. In fact, with Capt. Kangaroo
on Ch. 6 and Ch. 8 running Cartooners' Clubhouse (maybe another locally produced kiddie
show?), the Portland TV viewer only has children's shows to choose from at 8am... and
Independant Ch. 12 hasn't even signed on yet. These are all network affiliates. Quite different
than today when everyone, including many independents, is running news-oriented wake-up
shows.

Gregg

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07-31-2005, 07:48 AM #4

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Re: Retro: Portland, Org. Oct. 26, 1964

> Portland Org. TV Guide - Monday, Oct. 26, 1964

>

"Wendy and Me" on ABC is a sitcom for

> George Burns now that his wife Gracie has either died or

> retired. And Bing Crosby also has a show after Burns... two

> pretty big names for a network that was always ranked third.

> Ch. 8 only carries an hour of Today.


I always wondered why Bing Crosby's show never made it..Wendy And Me was shown on PBS
locally (Akron/Youngstown) and I thought it wasnt a bad show. Leads me to wonder why big
movie stars never could hit it big in Television..George had it hard w/out Gracie for years..Jimmy
Stewart and Henry Fonda always seemed to have a hard time (though Stewart had a fairly good
run with "Hawkins" later on.)

WSPD 13 Toledo as I have noted in pas