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Retro: South Georgia/North Florida Sat, Apr 17, 1993 Posted by request, from TV Guide-South Georgia edition Due

to the large number of channels, listings will be posted in 2 parts, with part 1 covering morning/afternoon and part 2 covering evening/late night listings 2 WSB-ABC Atlanta 3 WRBL-CBS Columbus 3s WSAV-NBC Savannah 4 WJXT-CBS Jacksonville 4d WTVY-CBS Dothan 5 WAGA-CBS Atlanta 6 WCTV-CBS Thomasville/Tallahassee 7 WJHG-NBC Panama City 9 WTVM-ABC Columbus 10 WALB-NBC Albany 11 WFSU-PBS Tallahassee 11a WXIA-NBC Atlanta 11s WTOC-CBS Savannah 12 WTLV-NBC Jacksonville 13 WMAZ-CBS Macon 13p WMBB-ABC Panama City 17 WJKS-ABC Jacksonville 17a WTBS-Ind Atlanta 18 WDHN-ABC Dothan 21 WBSG-Ind Brunswick 22 WJCL-ABC Savannah 24 WGXA-ABC Macon 27 WTXL-ABC Tallahassee 31 WFXL-Fox Albany 38 WLTZ-NBC Columbus 40 WTWC-NBC Tallahassee 41 WMGT-NBC Macon 49 WTLH-Fox Bainbridge/Tallahassee 54 WXTX-Fox Columbus 55 WSST-Ind Cordele GPT Georgia Public Television (PBS): WABW 14-Pelham, WACS 25-Dawson, WDCO 29-Cochran, WJSP 28-Warm Springs, WVAN 9-Savannah, WXGA 8-Waycross Morning 5:00 3-21 Home Shopping Spree 7-12-38-41 NBC News Nightside 17a Leave It to Beaver (bw) 31 Movie "Native Son" 49 US Farm Report 5:05 5 Baywatch 5:30 11a Music City Today 17a Gomer Pyle, USMC 49 John Fox's Outdoor Adventures 5:55

17 Classifieds 6:00 2 Bugs Bunny & Tweety 4 Raw Toonage 5 Back to the Future 6 WCW Wrestling 11 Marine Environment 11a Emergency Call 11s Georgia Farm Monitor 13 Fievel's American Tails 17 Scratch 17a Gomer Pyle, USMC 21 US Farm Report 22 Southern Sportsman 38 It's Your Business (discussing NAFTA) 40 America's Black Forum 49 Conan the Adventurer 54 New Leave It to Beaver GPT GED 6:30 2 Bugs Bunny & Tweety 3s What's Up Network 4 Back to the Future 5 Sea-Monkeys 9 Headline News 10 Georgia Farm Monitor 11a Bob Vila's Home Again 11s Ebony-Jet Showcase 12-21 Infomercial 13 Little Mermaid 17 Wonder Years 17a Between the Lines 22 Tom & Jerry 38 Widget 40 Scratch 41 US Farm Report 49 Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers 54 Outside in Dixie GPT Sesame Street 7:00 2-17 ABC Weekend Special "The Kingdom Chums: Original Top Ten" (an animated take on the Ten Commandments) 3 Sea-Monkeys 3s-10 Saturday Today 4 Real News for Kids 4d King Arthur 5 Raw Toonage 6 Not Just News 7 Camp Candy 9 Georgia Farm Monitor 11 Government by Consent 11a News 11s-12-41 ZooLife with Jack Hanna

13 Garfield & Friends 13p Infomercial 18 Winston Cup Weekly 21 It's Your Business 22 Captain Planet 24 Bullwinkle 27 T-Rex 31-38 Mr. Bogus 40 Gulliver's Travels 49 Tale Spin 54 Real Estate Classifieds 7:05 17a Bonanza 7:30 3 Back to the Future 4 Fievel's American Tails 4d Mr. Bogus 5 Cyber COPS 6-41 Beakman's World 7-11s-27-38 Real News for Kids 9 Addams Family (animated) 12 Weekend Travel Update 13p-18-24-49 Captain Planet 21 Infomercial 22-31 T-Rex 40 King Arthur 54 ZooLife with Jack Hanna GPT Barney & Friends 8:00 2 News 3-4d-5-6-11s Fievel's American Tails 4 Jetsons 7-11a-38-40 Saturday Today 9-13p-17-18-22-24-27 A Pup Named Scooby-Doo 11 Study of Human Behavior 12 Good Morning Jacksonville 13 Weekend Mornin' 21 WWF Wrestling 31-49-54 Dog City 41 Yo, Yogi! GPT Shining Time Station 8:05 17a Bonanza 8:30 3-4-4d-5-6-11s Little Mermaid 9-13p-17-18-22-24-27 Wild West COW-Boys of Moo Mesa 31-49-54 Bobby's World 41 Don Coyote & Sancho Panda GPT Lamb Chop's Play-Along 9:00

3-4-4d-5-6-11s Garfield & Friends 3s 227 9-13p-17-18-22-24-27 Goof Troop 10 Beakman's World 11 GED 21 American Gladiators 31-49-54 Tom & Jerry Kids 41 Young Robin Hood 55 Yo, Yogi! GPR GhostWriter 9:05 17a WCW Wrestling 9:30 3s A Different World 9 Beakman's World 10 Real News for Kids 13p-17-18-22-24-27 Addams Family (animated) 31-49-54 Eek! the Cat 41 Pirates of Dark Water 55 Don Coyote & Sancho Panda 10:00 2 ZooLife with Jack Hanna 3-4-4d-5-6-11s-13 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (ch 6 only ran the first 30 min due to the parade) 3s-7-10-12-38-40-41 Saved by the Bell 9-13p-17-18-22-24-27 Bugs Bunny & Tweety 11 Strip Quilting 11a Beakman's World 21 Combat! 31-49-54 Tiny Toon Adventures 55 Young Robin Hood GPT Dance Memoir: Dorothy Alexander 10:05 11a National Geographic Explorer 10:30 2 High Q 3s-7-10-12-38-40-41 California Dreams 6 Springtime Tallahassee Parade (Anna Johnson hosts coverage of the 25th annual parade) 9-13p-17-18-22-24-27 Bugs Bunny & Tweety 11 Crafting for the 90s 11a Why Didn't I Think of That? 31-49-54 Taz-Mania 55 Pirates of Dark Water GPT So Easy to Preserve 11:00 2 Star Search 3-4d Cyber COPS 3s-7-10-12-38-40-41 Saved by the Bell 4-11s Beakman's World 5 Baywatch 9-13p-17-18-22-24-27 Land of the Lost

11 Joy of Painting 11a California Dreams 13 Real News for Kids 21 This Week in Baseball (look at San Francisco PA announcer Sherry Davis) 31-49-54 X-Men 55 Sportsman's Adventure GPT Honey Bees & Beekeeping 11:30 3-4-11s Raw Toonage 3s-7-10-12-38-40 Name Your Adventure (visiting the FBI museum/painting a mural) 4 Eyewitness Forum 9-13p-17-18-22-24-27 Darkwing Duck 11 Magic of Acrylic Painting 11a-41 NBA Inside Stuff 13 Teen Challenge: Telfair v Northside 21 Infomercial 31-49-54 Super Dave (animated) 55 Sportman's Showcase GPT Bill Shipp's Journal Afternoon noon 2-5 News 3-11s-31-49 Soul Train (WGN also aired it here as well) 3s TBA 4 Schoolbreak Special "Crosses on the Lawn" (tensions rise in a job-hungry town when a new industry brings in minority employees) 4d Sea-Monkeys 6 Wild Wild West 7-10-12-40 NBA Inside Stuff 9-13p-18-27 Adventures of Winnie the Pooh 11 New Garden 11a Infomercial 13 Tom Sawyer (animated version of the Mark Twain classic) 17 Jet Set Adventures 21 Movie "Grayeagle" 22-41 WCW Wrestling 24 American Gladiators 38 Real Estate Classifieds 54 Movie "Strapless" 55 Georgia Farm Monitor GPT Wild America 12:05 17a Movie "The Stone Killer" 12:30 2 Lifestyles of the Rich & Famous 4d Back to the Future 5 Firefighters 7 Camp Candy 9-13p-18-27 ABC Weekend Special "Arthur the Kid" (first aired in 1981) 10 Real Estate Classifieds 11 Victory Garden 11a Sideline Sports

12-17-38 Infomercial 13 Ebony Speaks 40 Mike Martin (Florida State baseball) 55 This Week in Baseball GPT Rod & Reel 1:00 3-4-5-11s-13 Baseball: NY Mets-Cincinnati (alt game: Chicago White Sox-Boston) 3s-7-10-11a-12-38-40 PGA Seniors Championship 4d-6 Baseball: the reverse of what the other Eye affiliates ran...they aired the Battle of the Sox, with Mets-Reds as the alt game 9 Outdoors in Dixie 11 American Workshop 13p Beakman's World 17 Movie "The Secret Life of Kathy McCormick" 18-31 Movie "The Absent-Minded Professor" (colorized) 22 Eagle Academic Challenge 24 Scratch 27 Movie "Flashback" 49 Catwalk 55 Roy Rogers (bw) GPT Georgia Outdoors 1:30 2 Runaway with the Rich & Famous 9 Infomercials 11 This Old House 13p Tom Sawyer 22 TBA 24 Harry & the Hendersons 55 Annie Oakley (bw) GPT Nature 2:00 2 Classic Country 11 Woodworking for Everyone (premiere) 13p National Geographic: On Assignment 21 Movie "Combat Academy" 22 Infomercial 24 American Gladiators 49 Movie "Purple People Eater" (one from the What the (insert your own word here Grin) Dept...the creature from the song comes to life and starts a rock band with California kids) 54 Movie "Surrender" 55 Shoot 'em Ups (Western) 2:05 17a Movie "An Eye for an Eye" 2:30 2 Outcry LA: Riots, Trials, Recovery (looking back at the previous year's LA Riots and their aftermath) 9 New WKRP in Cincinnati 11 Hometime 22 Designing Women 55 Anglers in Action GPT Victory Garden

3:00 3s-7-10-11a-12-38-40-41 NBA: Boston-Miami 9-13p-17-18-22-24-27 Bowling: the inaugral Bowling for Miracles Open, from the Toronto suburb of Markham 11 National Geographic 31 Movie "Private Road: No Trespassing" 55 WCW Wrestling GPT Nathalie Dupree Cooks 3:30 2 Wonder Years GPT Frugal Gourmet 4:00 2 Wonder Years 11 Computer Chronicles 21 Roggin's Heroes 49 American Gladiators (the Gladiators take on former Olympic athletes; the list included Danny Mannig, Cathy Turner, Tyrell Biggs, Alice Brown, and Bill Johnson) 54 Movie "Nadine" 55 WWF Wrestling GPT Taste of Louisiana 4:05 17a Movie "Over the Top" 4:30 2-9-13p-17-18-22-24-27 ABC Wide World of Sports: Superstars final/Wood Memorial horse race 3-4-4d-6-11s-13 Heritage Classic golf 5 Prime Suspect 11 Travels in Europe 21 On Scene: Emergency Response GPT Louisiana Cookin' 5:00 5 In the Heat of the Night 11 Travels 21 New WKRP in Cincinnati 31 Baywatch 49 Highlander: The Series 55 Outdoor Trail GPT Today's Gourmet 5:30 21 America's Country Connection 55 Runaway with the Rich & Famous GPT Health Matters (discussion on carpal tunnel syndrome) part 2 to follow... Part 2: evening and late night 2 WSB-ABC Atlanta 3 WRBL-CBS Columbus 3s WSAV-NBC Savannah

4 WJXT-CBS Jacksonville 4d WTVY-CBS Dothan 5 WAGA-CBS Atlanta 6 WCTV-CBS Thomasville/Tallahassee 7 WJHG-NBC Panama City 9 WTVM-ABC Columbus 10 WALB-NBC Albany 11 WFSU-PBS Tallahassee 11a WXIA-NBC Atlanta 11s WTOC-CBS Savannah 12 WTLV-NBC Jacksonville 13 WMAZ-CBS Macon 13p WMBB-ABC Panama City 17 WJKS-ABC Jacksonville 17a WTBS-Ind Atlanta 18 WDHN-ABC Dothan 21 WBSG-Ind Brunswick 22 WJCL-ABC Savannah 24 WGXA-ABC Macon 27 WTXL-ABC Tallahassee 31 WFXL-Fox Albany 38 WLTZ-NBC Columbus 40 WTWC-NBC Tallahassee 41 WMGT-NBC Macon 49 WTLH-Fox Bainbridge/Tallahassee 54 WXTX-Fox Columbus 55 WSST-Ind Cordele GPT Georgia Public Television (PBS): WABW 14-Pelham, WACS 25-Dawson, WDCO 29-Cochran, WJSP 28-Warm Springs, WVAN 9-Savannah, WXGA 8-Waycross Evening 6:00 2-3-4-5-6-10-11a-12-13-17 News 3s-11s-40 Infomercial 4d Gene Ragan & Friends 7 Jeopardy! 9 Head to Head-Senior High Challenge: Taylor Co vs Brookstone 11 Austin City Limits (guests Taj Mahal and Tish Hinojosa) 13p Wild Kingdom 18-27 ABC World News Saturday 21 Hee Haw 22-54 Star Trek: Deep Space Nine 24-49 Time Trax 31 Untouchables 38 Ed Sullivan (guests Lou Rawls, Petula Clark, Margot Fonteyn, and Rudolf Nureyev) 41 Wheel of Fortune 55 Movie "Goodbye, New York" GPT Austin City Limits (guests include Ricky Van Shelton, and Kelly Willis & Radio Ranch) 6:05 17a WCW Wrestling 6:30 2-9-13p-17 ABC World News Saturday 3-4-5-6-11s CBS Evening News 3s-7-10-11a-40-41 NBC Nightly News

4d WCW Wrestling 12 Wheel of Fortune 13 Close Up 18 USA Wrestling 27 Designing Women 7:00 2-13p Entertainment Tonight 3-5 A Current Affair: Extra 3s 227 4 Story of a People (story of black lifestyles and political influence in LA, Atlanta, and DC) 6-41 Hee Haw Silver (from 1981, guests David Frizzell and Shelly West) 7 Outdoors with Red 9-11s News 10 Hee Haw 11 Lawrence Welk (country music) 11a Saturday Sports Libe 12-13-22-38 Star Trek: The Next Generation 17-54 Star Search 21 America's New Country 24 It's Showtime at the Apollo (guest Regina Belle) 27 Star Trek: Deep Space Nine 31 Harry & the Hendersons 40 Siskel & Ebert 49 Kung Fu: The Legend Continues GPT This Old House 7:30 3 A Different World 4d People Talk 7-9 Wheel of Fortune 11a Roggin's Heroes 18 Bob Vila's Home Again 31 Emergency Call 40 New WKRP in Cincinnati GPT This Old House 8:00 2-9-13p-17-18-22-24-27 Young Indiana Jones 3-4-4d-5-6-11s-13 Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman 3s-7-10-11a-12-38-40-41 Almost Home 11 Are You Being Served? 21 Time Trax 31-49-54 Cops (Fort Worth) 55 Kung Fu: The Legend Continues GPT Lawrence Welk (same as ch 11) 8:05 17a Movie "Midway" 8:30 3s-7-10-11a-12-38-40-41 Nurses 11 Shelley 31-49-54 Cops (Denver) 10:00

2-9-13p-17-18-22-24-27 World of Discovery "Bikini: Forbidden Paradise" (visiting the former US nuclear test site with National Park Service divers) 3-4-4d-5-6-11s-13 A League of Their Own 3s-7-10-11a-12-38-40-41 Empty Nest 11 Fabian of Scotland Yard (bw) 21 Kung Fu: The Legend Continues 31-49-54 Code 3 55 Time Trax GPT Great Performances "The Cabinet of Dr. Ramirez" 9:30 3-4-4d-5-6-11s-13 Brooklyn Bridge 3s-7-10-11a-12-38-40-41 Mad About You 11 Movie "The Killing" (bw) 31-49-54 Code 3 10:00 2-9-13p-17-18-22-24-27 Commish 3-4-4d-5-6-11s-13 Raven 3s-7-10-11a-12-38-40-41 Sisters 21 Movie "The Wild Life" 31 News 49 Comic Strip Live (host Wayne Cotter/guests Drew Carey, the Legendary Wid, Christina Hall, and Warren Hutcherson) 54 Entertainment Tonight 55 Wrestle-a-Mania 10:30 31 Designing Women 11:00 2-3-3s-4-4d-5-6-7-9-10-11a-11s-12-13-13p-17 News 11 Sneak Previews 18-27 Star Trek: Deep Space Nine 22 It's Showtime at the Apollo 24 Soul Train (guests Christopher Williams and Chante Moore) 31 Comic Strip Live 38 Cheers 40 New WKRP in Cincinnati 41 Designing Women 49-54 Arsenio Hall (guest Andy Garcia) 55 Night of the Living Videos GPT Austin City Limits (repeat from 6pm) 11:30 2-3 It's Showtime at the Apollo 3s-7-10-11a-12-38-40-41 Saturday Night Live (host Kirstie Alley/music from Lenny Kravitz) 4-13p Untouchables 4d Night Court 5 In the Heat of the Night 9 Movie "The Wild Wild West Revisited" 11 Jack Horkheimer: Star Hustler 11s TBA 13 Arsenio Hall 17 A Current Affair: Extra

11:35 6 Head of the Class 11:50 17a Movie "Critters 2: The Main Course" Late Night midnight 4d-27 Star Trek: The Next Generation 18 Movie "Carmen Jones" 21 Comedy Showcase 22 Star Search 24 Street Justice 31 American Gladiators 49 Ed Sullivan 54 Comic Strip Live 12:05 6 Movie "Murder on the Orient Express" 12:30 2-13 Sweating Bullets 3 Comedy Showcase 4 Hawaii Five-O 5 Arsenio Hall 11s Whoopi Goldberg (guests Alec Baldwin and Carlos Santana) 13p American Gladiators 17 Jeffersons 1:00 4d American Gladiators 7 Apollo Comedy Hour 11 It's Showtime at the Apollo 11a-12-41 Comedy Showcase 17 All in the Family 21 Home Shopping Spree (to 7am) 31-49 Uptown Comedy Club 38 Untouchables 40 Infomercials 54 Star Trek 1:30 2 Weekend Travel Update 3 Home Shopping Spree (to 7am) 4 Whoopi Goldberg 5 News 11s WCW Wrestling 13 Kids in the Hall 13p Movie "Never Forget" 24 Cheers 1:50 17a Movie "Gargoyles" 2:00 2 Rich & Famous: 1993 World's Best

4 Arsenio Hall 5 In the Heat of the Night 6 Movie "Man on a Swing" 7 NBC News Nightside (to 7am) 11a Infomercial 12 Ebony-Jet Showcase 18 Soul Train 31 Night Flight (tips on dating/profile of U2) 38 Whoopi Goldberg 41 Apollo Comedy Hour 49 WCW Wrestling 54 Movie "Moving Violations" 2:30 4-12 News 11a Movie "Rush It" 13 Andy Griffith 3:00 4 ANC News (to 6am) 4d Ed Sullivan 5 Infomercial 12-41 NBC News Nightside (to 5:30 on 12, 6:00 on 41) 13 Star Trek: The Next Generation 38-49 Night Flight 3:20 17a Movie "Stephen King's Cat's Eye" 3:30 5 Prime Suspect 4:00 2 Headline News (to 5:00) 4d Movie "Private Road: No Trespassing" 5 Cagney & Lacey 6 Movie "The Desperate Hours" (bw) 13 Movie "Such Good Friends" 31 Baywatch 54 Movie "Fortress" 4:30 11a Movie "Song of the West" (bw) RETRO: ORLANDO - 3/11/1995 Saturday, March 11, 1995 NOTE: I did not include listings for WRBW UPN65. WESH NBC2 05:30AM Travel Travel 06:00AM News 07:00AM Today 10:00AM NBA Inside Stuff 10:30AM Name Your Adventure

11:00AM Saved by the Bell: The New Class 11:30AM Saved by the Bell: The New Class 12:00PM News 12:30PM Martha Stewart Living 01:00PM King of the Mountain 02:00PM Figure Skating: World Championships 04:00PM Golf: Honda Classic 06:00PM News 06:30PM NBC News 07:00PM Entertainment Tonight 08:00PM Figure Skating: World Championships 11:00PM News 11:30PM Saturday Night Live 01:00AM HBO Comedy Showcase 02:00AM The Entertainers 03:00AM NBC News Nightside WCPX CBS6 06:00AM News 08:00AM The Little Mermaid 08:30AM Beethoven 09:00AM Aladdin 09:30AM 6Xtreme 10:00AM Garfield and Friends 10:30AM Garfield and Friends 11:00AM WildC.A.T.S. 11:30AM Paid Programming 12:00PM Beakman's World 12:30PM CBS Storybreak 01:00PM The Road to the Final Four 01:30PM College Basketball: Connecticut Huskies vs. Georgetown Hoyas 03:45PM College Basketball: Providence Friars vs. Villanova Wildcats 06:00PM News 06:30PM CBS News 07:00PM Star Trek: The Next Generation 08:00PM Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman 09:00PM The Office 09:30PM The Five Mrs. Buchanans 10:00PM Walker, Texas Ranger 11:00PM News 11:35PM Lonesome Dove 12:35AM Sightings 01:35AM Beach Clash 02:35AM Used Car Classified WFTV ABC9 05:00AM US Farm Report 05:30AM Tough Target 06:00AM The World of National Geographic 07:00AM News 10:00AM News for Kids 10:30AM Jack Hanna's Animal Adventures 11:00AM Star Search 12:00PM News 12:30PM Lifestyles 01:30PM The Road

02:30PM Tough Target 03:00PM Bowling: Brunswick Johnny Petraglia Open 04:30PM ABC's Wide World of Sports 06:00PM News 06:30PM ABC News 07:00PM Jeopardy! 07:30PM Wheel of Fortune 08:00PM MOVIE: Any Which Way You Can 10:00PM The Marshal 11:00PM News 11:30PM Highlight Zone 12:00AM The Road 01:00AM MOVIE: Sherlock Holmes in Washington 02:30AM MOVIE: The Dark Alibi 03:30AM Jack Hanna's Animal Adventures 04:00AM The World of National Geographic WKCF WB18 05:30AM Biker Mice from Mars 06:00AM Nick News 06:30AM The New Adventures of Captain Planet 07:00AM BattleTech 07:30AM Monster Force 08:00AM Iron Man 08:30AM Fantastic Four 09:00AM Mega Man 09:30AM Sweet Valley High 10:00AM Blade Warriors 11:00AM American Gladiators 12:00PM MOVIE: The Day of the Dolphin 02:00PM MOVIE: The Nightman 04:00PM MOVIE: The Hitcher 06:00PM Fresh Prince of Bel-Air 06:30PM The Cosby Show 07:00PM Real Stories of the Highway Patrol 07:30PM Real Stories of the Highway Patrol 08:00PM Beverly Hills, 90210 09:00PM University Hospital 10:00PM News 10:30PM The Newz 11:00PM Highlander: The Series 12:00AM Emergency Call 12:30AM Super Dave 01:00AM Super Dave 01:30AM TBA 02:00AM WCW Worldwide Wrestling 03:00AM Thunder in Paradise 04:00AM It's Showtime at the Apollo WOFL FOX35 05:00AM CNN Headline News 05:30AM The Sportsman's Friend with Harold Ensley 06:00AM Blinky Bill 06:30AM The Baby Huey Show 07:00AM Phantom 2040 07:30AM Mutant League

08:00AM Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers 08:30AM Where on Earth is Carmen Sandiego? 09:00AM Animaniacs 09:30AM Eek! Stravaganza 10:00AM Spider-Man 10:30AM The Tick 11:00AM X-Men 11:30AM Adventures of Batman & Robin 12:00PM MOVIE: The Goonies 02:00PM MOVIE: The Boy Who Could Fly 04:00PM MOVIE: Night Crossing 06:00PM Family Matters 06:30PM Family Matters 07:00PM The Simpsons 07:30PM The Simpsons 08:00PM Cops 08:30PM Cops 09:00PM America's Most Wanted 10:00PM Hunter 11:00PM VR.5 12:00AM The Extraordinary 01:00AM Space Precinct 02:00AM MOVIE: Haunted Honeymoon 04:00AM Shari Lewis: Have I Got a Story for You Cable: CNN - Cable News Network 05:00AM Sports Late Night 05:30AM Showbiz This Weekend 06:00AM Daybreak 06:30AM Global View 07:00AM Daybreak 07:30AM Sports Close-Up 08:00AM Daybreak 08:30AM Your Health 09:00AM Morning News 09:30AM Moneyweek 10:00AM Showbiz This Weekend 10:30AM Style with Elsa Klensch 11:00AM Science and Technology Week 11:30AM College Basketball Preview 12:00PM NewsDay 12:30PM Evans & Novak 01:00PM NewsDay 01:30PM NewsMaker Saturday 02:00PM The Big Story 02:30PM Style with Elsa Klensch 03:00PM On the Menu 03:30PM Your Money 04:00PM Your Health 04:30PM Future Watch 05:00PM Early Prime 05:30PM Both Sides with Jesse Jackson 06:00PM The World Today 06:30PM Managing with Lou Dobbs 07:00PM The Capital Gang

07:30PM Sports Saturday 08:00PM Prime News 09:00PM Larry King Weekend 10:00PM World News 11:00PM Sports Tonight 11:30PM The Capital Gang 12:00AM News Night 12:30AM NewsMaker Saturday 01:00AM Travel Guide 01:30AM Managing with Lou Dobbs 02:00AM Diplomatic License 02:30AM Sports Late Night 03:00AM News Night Update 03:30AM Future Watch 04:00AM Larry King Weekend MTV - Music Television 06:00AM Music Videos 06:30AM Brothers Grunt 07:00AM Oddities: The Head 07:30AM Top 20 Video Countdown 09:30AM MTV Sports 10:00AM Sand Blast 10:30AM Oddities: The Head 11:00AM MTV Jams Countdown 12:00PM The Real World 12:30PM Week in Rock 01:00PM MTV's Top Jams of the '90s Countdown 04:00PM Live at the Joint 05:30PM TBA 06:00PM Week in Rock 06:30PM The Real World 07:00PM The State 07:30PM MTV Sports 08:00PM Live at the Joint 09:30PM TBA 10:00PM Beavis and Butt-head 10:30PM Beavis and Butt-head 11:00PM The State 11:30PM Oddities: The Head 12:00AM Superock 02:00AM Beavis and Butt-head 02:30AM Beavis and Butt-head 03:00AM Oddities: The Head 03:30AM MTV Dreamtime Nickelodeon 05:00AM The Lucy Show 05:30AM F Troop 06:00AM Littl' Bits 06:30AM Lassie 07:00AM Nick Arcade 07:30AM Wild Side Show 08:00AM Doug 08:30AM Rugrats 09:00AM Muppet Babies

09:30AM Muppet Babies 10:00AM Beetlejuice 10:30AM Gumby 11:00AM The Alvin Show 11:30AM Cartoon Kablooey 12:00PM Bing! The Sound of Something New 12:30PM My Brother and me 01:00PM Looney Tunes on Nickelodeon 01:30PM Looney Tunes on Nickelodeon 02:00PM What Would You Do? 02:30PM Wild and Crazy Kids 03:00PM Weinerville 04:00PM Welcome Freshmen 04:30PM Family Double Dare 05:00PM Guts 05:30PM Salute Your Shorts 06:00PM U to U 06:30PM Rocko's Modern Life 07:00PM Aaahh!!! Real Monsters 07:30PM Rugrats 08:00PM The Secret World of Alex Mack 08:30PM All That 09:00PM The Ren & Stimpy Show 09:30PM Are You Afraid of the Dark? 10:00PM I Love Lucy 10:30PM The Lucy Show 11:00PM The Lucy-Desi Comedy Hour 12:00AM White Shadow 01:00AM Dick Van Dyke 01:30AM Dragnet 02:00AM Taxi 02:30AM Bob Newhart 03:00AM Superman 03:30AM F Troop 04:00AM Mork and Mindy 04:30AM Dick Van Dyke HBO - Home Box Office 06:30AM MOVIE: The Double O Kid 08:00AM Stop the Smoggies! 08:30AM Encyclopedia 09:00AM MOVIE: Coneheads 10:30AM MOVIE: Six Pack 12:30PM MOVIE: Coma 02:30PM MOVIE: In the Line of Duty: Ambush in Waco 04:00PM Pen Pals 04:45PM The Making of: My Girl 2 05:00PM MOVIE: There Goes the Neighborhood 06:30PM MOVIE: Coneheads 08:00PM MOVIE: Blue Chips 10:00PM Boxing: Riddick Bowe vs. Herbie Hide 11:30PM Russell Simmons' Def Comedy Jam 12:00AM MOVIE: No Contest 01:45AM MOVIE: The Firm 04:20AM MOVIE: I Love You to Death

Cinemax 05:00AM MOVIE: Gate II 06:30AM MOVIE: Fatso 08:00AM MOVIE: Lean on Me 10:00AM MOVIE: The Fighting 69th 11:30AM MOVIE: Yor, the Hunter from the Future 01:00PM MOVIE: Amore! 02:45PM MOVIE: Blind Date 04:30PM MOVIE: Wayne's World 2 06:00PM MOVIE: Dave 08:00PM MOVIE: Judgment Night 10:00PM MOVIE: Forced to Kill 11:30PM MOVIE: The Great Bikini Off-Road Adventure 01:00AM MOVIE: Hard-Boiled 03:10AM MOVIE: The Harvest 04:50AM MOVIE: Sugar Hill RETRO: ORLANDO - 3/18/1999 Thursday, March 18, 1999 WESH NBC2 05:00AM NBC News 05:30AM News 06:00AM News 07:00AM Today 09:00AM Regis & Kathie Lee 10:00AM Sunset Beach 11:00AM Howie Mandel 12:00PM News 01:00PM Another World 02:00PM Days of Our Lives 03:00PM Maury 04:00PM News 04:30PM News 05:00PM News 05:30PM News 06:00PM News 06:30PM NBC News 07:00PM Entertainment Tonight 07:30PM Real TV 08:00PM Friends 08:30PM Jesse 09:00PM Frasier 09:30PM Frasier 10:00PM ER 11:00PM News 11:35PM The Tonight Show with Jay Leno 12:37AM Late Night with Conan O'Brien 01:36AM Later 02:05AM The Tonight Show with Jay Leno 03:05AM Leeza 04:05AM News 04:30AM This Morning's Business

WKMG CBS6 05:00AM News 05:30AM News 06:00AM News 07:00AM This Morning 09:00AM Forgive or Forget 10:00AM Guiding Light 11:00AM The Price is Right 12:00PM News 12:30PM Young & the Restless 01:30PM Bold & the Beautiful 02:00PM As the World Turns 03:00PM Sally 04:00PM Rosie O'Donnell 05:00PM News 05:30PM News 06:00PM News 06:30PM CBS News 07:00PM Hollywood Squares 07:30PM NCAA College Basketball: St. John's Red Storm vs. Maryland Terrapins or Gonzaga Bulldogs vs. Florida Gators 10:00PM NCAA College Basketball: Ohio State Buckeyes vs. Auburn Tigers or Iowa Hawkeyes vs. Connecticut Huskies 12:30AM News 01:05AM Late Show with David Letterman 02:07AM Roseanne Show 03:07AM Hard Copy 03:37AM Access Hollywood 04:07AM Paid Programming 04:30AM Up to the Minute WFTV ABC9 05:00AM News 05:30AM News 07:00AM Good Morning America 09:00AM People's Court 10:00AM Jenny Jones 11:00AM The View 12:00PM News 12:30PM Port Charles 01:00PM All My Children 02:00PM One Life to Live 03:00PM General Hospital 04:00PM Oprah Winfrey 05:00PM News 05:30PM News 06:00PM News 06:30PM ABC News 07:00PM Jeopardy! 07:30PM Wheel of Fortune 08:00PM America's Funniest Home Videos 09:00PM The Drew Carey Show 09:30PM Spin City 10:00PM Inside Hollywood: People, Pictures, Academy Awards 11:00PM News 11:35PM Nightline

12:05AM Politically Incorrect 12:35AM Jenny Jones 01:35AM News 02:11AM ABC World News Now WKCF WB18 05:00AM Living Single 05:30AM First Business 06:00AM Paid Programming 06:30AM Dino Babies 07:00AM RoboCop: Alpha Commando 07:30AM Wacky World of Tex Avery 08:00AM Tiny Toon Adventures 08:30AM Animaniacs 09:00AM Donny & Marie 10:00AM Love Connection 10:30AM Change of Heart 11:00AM Martin 11:30AM Living Single 12:00PM Ricki Lake 01:00PM Jerry Springer 02:00PM Pinky and the Brain 02:30PM Histeria! 03:00PM The New Superman/Batman Adventures 03:30PM The New Superman/Batman Adventures 04:00PM Ricki Lake 05:00PM Jerry Springer 06:00PM Judge Mills Lane 06:30PM Fresh Prince of Bel-Air 07:00PM Countdown 07:30PM NBA Basketball: Orlando Magic at New York Knicks 10:00PM News 10:30PM EXTRA 11:00PM Change of Heart 11:30PM Friends 12:00AM Mad About You 12:30AM LAPD: Life on the Beat 01:00AM Love Connection 01:30AM Cops 02:00AM EXTRA 02:30AM Paid Programming 03:00AM Paid Programming 03:30AM Viper 04:30AM Judge Mills Lane WOFL FOX35 05:00AM News 05:30AM News 06:00AM Bullwinkle 06:30AM Beast Wars: Transformers 07:00AM The Magic School Bus 07:30AM The Magic School Bus 08:00AM Doug 08:30AM Doug 09:00AM Martha Stewart Living 10:00AM Newlywed Game

10:30AM Dating Game 11:00AM Hunter 12:00PM Andy Griffith 12:30PM Andy Griffith 01:00PM Sister, Sister 01:30PM Boy Meets World 02:00PM Garfield and Friends 02:30PM Pokmon 03:00PM Spider-Man 03:30PM Young Hercules 04:00PM Power Rangers in Space 04:30PM The Mystic Knights of Tir Na Nog 05:00PM Roseanne 05:30PM Grace Under Fire 06:00PM Home Improvement 06:30PM The Simpsons 07:00PM The Simpsons 07:30PM Home Improvement 08:00PM World's Wildest Police Videos 09:00PM Fox Files 10:00PM News 10:30PM The Nanny 11:00PM Roseanne 11:30PM Cheers 12:00AM Empty Nest 12:30AM News 01:00AM Married...with Children 01:30AM Secrets to Cash 02:00AM 100 Per Cent 02:30AM The Entertainers 03:00AM Coach 03:30AM Automax 04:00AM News 04:30AM Proactiv Four WRBW UPN65 05:00AM AgDay 05:30AM Paid Programming 06:00AM Mighty Max 06:30AM Jumanji 07:00AM Mummies Alive! 07:30AM Pocket Dragon Adventures 08:00AM Bloopy's Buddies 08:30AM Leave it to Beaver 09:00AM I Love Lucy 09:30AM Paid Programming 10:00AM Paid Programming 10:30AM Paid Programming 11:00AM All in the Family 11:30AM Mama's Family 12:00PM WKRP in Cincinnati 12:30PM NewsRadio 01:00PM Happy Days 01:30PM Gomer Pyle, U.S.M.C. 02:00PM Rockford Files 03:00PM Match Game

03:30PM Match Game 04:00PM Montel Williams 05:00PM Judge Joe Brown 05:30PM Judge Joe Brown 06:00PM Judge Judy 06:30PM Judge Judy 07:00PM Star Trek: The Next Generation 08:00PM MOVIE: I Married a Monster 10:00PM News 10:30PM NewsRadio 11:00PM Star Trek: Deep Space Nine 12:00AM I Spy 01:00AM The Honeymooners 01:30AM Paid Programming 02:00AM Paid Programming 02:30AM Paid Programming 03:00AM MOVIE: To Find a Rainbow Retro: Central Florida Saturday, April 21, 1973 From TV Guide, Central Florida Edition: WESH Ch. 2 Daytona Beach/Orlando (NBC) 6:30 Across The Fence 7 AM Munsters 7:30 Lassie 8 AM Houndcats 8:30 Roman Holidays 9 AM Jetsons 9:30 Pink Panther 10 AM Underdog 10:30 The Barkleys 11 AM Sealab 2020 11:30 Runaround 12 N Around The World In 80 Days 12:30 Talking With A Giant (David Frost discusses the value and influence of television on young people.) 1 PM Soul Train (Bobby Womack, the Whispers, Thelma Houston) 2 PM Baseball Pre-Game Show 2:15 Baseball: Pirates-Cubs (rain game: Expos-Mets) 5 PM That Good Ole Nashville Music (Roy Acuff, Ray Pillow, Dottie West, Pete Sayers, time approximate) 5:30 This Is Your Life (Johnny Cash is surprised by June Carter Cash and Rev. Billy Graham.) 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News (Garrick Utley) 7 PM Flipside 7:30 Superstars Of Rock 8 PM Emergency! 9 PM NBC Movie: "The Honey Pot" 11:30 News 12 M Thriller 1 AM Movie: "Hot Line"

WEDU Ch. 3 Tampa (PBS) 7:30 Sesame Street 8:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 9 AM Sesame Street 10 AM Electric Company 10:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 11 AM Sesame Street 12 N Electric Company 12:30 Sesame Street 1:30 Electric Company 2 PM Zoom 2:30 Electric Company 3 PM Thirty Minutes With... 3:30 French Chef 4 PM Sesame Street 5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 5:30 Electric Company 6 PM Washington Week In Review 6:30 Book Beat (ragtime pianist Eubie Blake discusses his autobiography) 7 PM Zoom 7:30 Turning Points (Pennsylvania insurance commissioner Herbert Denenberg, who has denied health insurance increases, criticized hospitals for inadequate patient care, and accused some doctors of incompetence) 8 PM Movie: "Richard III" (Laurence Olivier directed and stars, from '56) sign off 11 PM WDBO (WKMG) Ch. 6 Orlando (CBS) 6 AM Growers' Almanac 6:30 Sunrise Semester: "Personality Theory And Creativity" 7 AM Archie's Fun House (delay from Sun 9 AM) 7:30 Harlem Globetrotters (animated, delay from Sun 9:30 AM) 8 AM Bugs Bunny 8:30 Sabrina, The Teenage Witch 9 AM Amazing Chan And The Chan Clan 9:30 New Scooby Doo Movies: "Loch Ness Mess" with the animated Harlem Globetrotters 10:30 Josie And The Pussycats In Outer Space 11 AM Flintstones Comedy Hour 12 N Archie's TV Funnies 12:30 Fat Albert And The Cosby Kids 1 PM CBS Children's Film Festival: "Hand In Hand" ('61, from England) 2 PM Movie: "The Man Who Wouldn't Talk" 3:30 Green Acres 4 PM Sounding Board 4:30 It Takes A Thief 5:30 World Of Survival 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News (Roger Mudd) 7 PM Hee Haw (Oral, Richard, and Patti Roberts; Frankie Laine; Buddy Alan) 8 PM All In The Family

8:30 Bridget Loves Bernie 9 PM Mary Tyler Moore 9:30 Bob Newhart 10 PM Carol Burnett (Ruth Buzzi, John Davidson) 11 PM News 11:30 Movie: "Head Of A Tyrant" WFLA Ch. 8 Tampa (NBC) 7 AM Movie: TBA 8 AM Movie: "Mr. Magoo's Storybook" (he plays Don Quixote, Puck from "A Midsummer Night's Dream," and all seven dwarfs) 9:30 Pink Panther 10 AM Underdog 10:30 The Barkleys 11 AM Sealab 2020 11:30 Runaround 12 N Information 8 1:30 Categorically Speaking (Northeast High School vs. King High School) 2 PM Baseball Pre-Game Show 2:15 Baseball (see Ch. 2) 5 PM Legends Of The West (time approximate) 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News 7 PM Mouse Factory (Kurt Russell plays a safari hunter on a show about elephants.) 7:30 News Conference 8 PM Emergency! 9 PM NBC Movie: "The Honey Pot" 11:30 News 11:45 It Takes A Thief 12:45 Movie: "See How They Run" (this one from '64 was the first made-for-TV movie) WFTV Ch. 9 Orlando (ABC) 6:55 News 7 AM Huckleberry Hound 7:30 Yogi Bear 8 AM H.R. Pufnstuf 8:30 Jackson Five 9 AM The Osmonds 9:30 ABC Saturday Superstar Movie: Marlo Thomas (animated) in "That Girl In Wonderland" 10:30 Brady Kids 11 AM Bewitched 11:30 Kid Power 12 N Funky Phantom 12:30 Tarzan 1:30 American Bandstand (Tony Orlando and Dawn do "Tie A Yellow Ribbon Round The Old Oak Tree".) 2 PM Championship Wrestling From Florida 3 PM Golf: Tournament Of Champions (third round) 4:30 NBA Playoff: conference semifinal or final-round game,

teams TBA 6:30 The Reasoner Report (time approximate) 7 PM Lawrence Welk (rerun of the season opener, from Waikiki) 8 PM Here We Go Again 8:30 A Touch Of Grace 9 PM Julie Andrews Hour (salute to Disney with Donald O'Connor, the Young Americans, and the original voice of Snow White-Adriana Caselotti) 10 PM Movie: "Easter Parade" 12 M ABC News (Sam Donaldson) 12:15 News 12:30 Movie: "My Man Godfrey" WLCY (WTSP) Ch. 10 St. Petersburg (ABC) 6:45 News 7 AM Curiosity Shop (a program about the mind includes a cartoon made in 1908 titled "Fantasmagorie," other cartoon segments include one on how cavemen learned to cope with the environment, and a film based on "The Strange World Of Mr. Mum," delay from Sun 10 AM) 8 AM H.R. Pufnstuf 8:30 Jackson Five 9 AM The Osmonds 9:30 ABC Saturday Superstar Movie 10:30 Brady Kids 11 AM Bewitched 11:30 Kid Power 12 N Funky Phantom 12:30 Lidsville 1 PM Monkees 1:30 American Bandstand 2 PM Now 2:15 4-H Spotlight 2:30 Fishing Hole 3 PM Golf: Tournament Of Champions (third round) 4:30 NBA Playoff: conference semifinal or final, teams TBA 6:30 The Reasoner Report (time approximate) 7 PM Lawrence Welk 8 PM Here We Go Again 8:30 A Touch Of Grace 9 PM Julie Andrews Hour 10 PM Assignment: Vienna 11 PM ABC News 11:15 Movie: "Pontius Pilate" 1 AM Involvement 10 WINK Ch. 11 Ft. Myers (CBS) 7 AM Compass 7:30 Cisco Kid 8 AM Bugs Bunny 8:30 Sabrina, The Teenage Witch 9 AM Amazing Chan And The Chan Clan 9:30 New Scooby Doo Movies 10:30 Josie And The Pussycats In Outer Space

11 AM Flintstones Comedy Hour 12 N Archie's TV Funnies 12:30 Fat Albert And The Cosby Kids 1 PM CBS Children's Film Festival 2 PM ABA Playoff: divisional semifinal or final-round game, teams TBA 4 PM CBS Golf Classic: final 18 holes of the championship, Jerry Heard and Lanny Wadkins vs. Jim Colbert and Lee Elder, time approximate 5:30 Wrestling 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Lawrence Welk 8 PM All In The Family 8:30 Bridget Loves Bernie 9 PM Mary Tyler Moore 9:30 Bob Newhart 10 PM Carol Burnett 11 PM News 11:15 Movie: "Three Faces West" WTVT Ch. 13 Tampa (CBS) 6:45 News, Fishing 7 AM Tarzan 8 AM Bugs Bunny 8:30 Sabrina, The Teenage Witch 9 AM Amazing Chan And The Chan Clan 9:30 New Scooby Doo Movies 10:30 Josie And The Pussycats In Outer Space 11 AM Flintstones Comedy Hour 12 N Archie's TV Funnies 12:30 Fat Albert And The Cosby Kids 1 PM CBS Children's Film Festival 2 PM ABA Playoff: divisional semifinal or final-round game, teams TBA 4 PM Opportunity Line (time approximate) 4:30 UFO 5:30 Dragnet 6 PM News 6:30 National Geographic ("Zoos Of The World") 7:30 Parent Game 8 PM All In The Family 8:30 Bridget Loves Bernie 9 PM Mary Tyler Moore 9:30 Bob Newhart 10 PM Carol Burnett 11 PM News 11:30 Movie: "The Bridges At Toko-Ri" WUSF Ch. 16 Tampa (PBS) off air on Saturday WBBH Ch. 20 Ft. Myers (NBC/ABC) 6 AM Movie: "Meteor Monster" 7:30 Flipper

8 AM Houndcats 8:30 Roman Holidays 9 AM Jetsons 9:30 Pink Panther 10 AM Underdog 10:30 The Barkleys 11 AM Sealab 2020 11:30 Runaround 12 N Around The World In 80 Days 12:30 Talking With A Giant 1 PM Monkees 1:30 American Bandstand 2 PM Baseball Pre-Game Show 2:15 Baseball (see Ch. 2) 5 PM NBA Playoff (joined in progress, time approximate) 6:30 News (time approximate) 7 PM Truth Or Consequences 7:30 Dragnet 8 PM Emergency! 9 PM NBC Movie: "The Honey Pot" 11:30 News 12 M Movie: "I Could Go On Singing" 2 AM Movie: "The Country Girl" (Grace Kelly's Oscarwinning performance) 4 AM Movie: "The Nun's Story" WMFE Ch. 24 Orlando (PBS) 7:30 Sesame Street 8:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 9 AM Sesame Street 10 AM Electric Company 10:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 11 AM Sesame Street 12 N Electric Company 12:30 Sesame Street 1:30 Electric Company 2 PM Zoom 2:30 Electric Company sign off 3 PM WXLT (WWSB) Ch. 40 Sarasota (ABC) 7:30 Across The Fence 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 Monkees 1:30 American Bandstand 2 PM Bow Hunting

2:30 Lee Trevino's Golf For Swingers 3 PM Golf: Tournament Of Champions (third round) 4:30 NBA Playoff: conference semifinal or final-round game, teams TBA 6:30 Car And Track (time approximate) 7 PM Lawrence Welk 8 PM Here We Go Again 8:30 A Touch Of Grace 9 PM Julie Andrews Hour 10 PM Assignment: Vienna 11 PM ABC News 11:15 Thom O'Hara (local music show of some sort) 11:30 Movie: "Wuthering Heights" (1971 version) WTOG Ch. 44 St. Petersburg (Ind.) 8 AM Houndcats (pre-empted on Ch. 8) 8:30 Roman Holidays (pre-empted on Ch. 8) 9 AM Jetsons (pre-empted on Ch. 8) 9:30 Patty Duke 10 AM Movie: "Buck Privates" (Abbott and Costello became stars in this one from '41) 11:30 Lassie 12 N Wally's Workshop 12:30 Garner Ted Armstrong 1 PM Conversations With Galadriel 1:30 Fury 2 PM Sparky Gillon (local music show, possibly country) 2:30 Honeymooners 3 PM Women's Golf 4 PM NHL Action (Stanley Cup highlights) 4:30 Name Of The Game 6 PM World Of Survival 6:30 CBS News (pre-empted on Ch. 13) 7 PM Wrestling 8 PM Boxing From The Forum (Armando Muniz vs. Percy Pugh, welterweights, 12 rounds) 9 PM Man To Man 9:30 Buck Owens 10 PM Wilburn Brothers 10:30 Porter Wagoner (guest: Jerry Clower) 11 PM Stand Up And Cheer (guest Milton Berle reads the poem "Desiderata" and performs some songs he wrote: "Sam, You Made The Pants Too Long" and "Lucky, Lucky Me") 11:30 Movie: "Pushover" 1 AM Movie: "The Tall Men" (not to be confused with the early '60s NBC Western, "The Tall Man") Retro; New York City, Tuesday, April 15, 1947 Source; New York Times Stations; 2-WCBS-TV (CBS)

4-WNBT (NBC, now WNBC) 5-WABD (DuMont; now WNYW-Fox) No morning programming on any station; no programming listed today for ch. 4 AFTERNOON 1:50 5-Baseball; NY Yankees vs. Philadelphia Athletics, from Yankee Stadium 2:00 2-Baseball; Brooklyn Dodgers vs. Boston Braves from Ebbets Field; this was Jackie Robinson's debut in major league baseball, and thus the day the big leagues were integrated for all time EVENING 7:00 5-Movies for Small Fry 8:00 5-Western Movie (title not listed) 9:00 5-Serving Through Science (educational) Other stations in the New York market were still under construction. WATV ch. 13 (independent, now WNET-PBS) would sign on in April of 1948, follwed in May 1948 by WPIX ch. 11 (independent, now CW), WJZ-TV ch. 7 (ABC, now WABC-TV) in August of 1948, and WOR-TV ch. 9 (independent, now WWOR-MyNetwork) in October of 1949. Retro: Southern Saskatchewan Sat, Apr 21, 1984 from Regina Leader-Post; some listings details from Saskatoon Star-Phoenix CKCK 2-CTV Regina 5:00 Six Million Dollar Man 6:00 Circle Square 6:30 Hilarious House of Frightenstein 7:30 Spider-Man 8:00 Smurfs 9:30 Woody Woodpecker 10:00 Popeye 10:30 Storytime 11:00 Let's Go 11:30 Swiss Family Robinson noon Debate 12:30 News/Jock Talk 1:00 Air Canada Cup Midget Hockey Championship 4:00 CTV Wide World of Sports: Donald Curry and Elio Diaz square off in Fort Worth in a 15-round fight for the WBA welterweight belt/Wood Memorial horse race 5:30 Red Fisher 6:00 News/Pet Chat 6:30 Bingo 7:00 Littlest Hobo 7:30 Just Kidding 8:00 Sports Hot Seat 8:30 Pope John Paul (Easter eve ceremonies from the Vatican?)

11:30 CTV National News 11:50 News mid. Hot Rock Videos 1:00 Movie "The Making of a Male Model" 3:00 Movie "To Paris with Love" Cable 3-Regina 5:00 Community Calendar 10:00 Banting Family Fare 10:30 Unitel 11:00 Curing Nuclear Madness noon Community Calendar 3:00 God's Psychology "Wholeness" 4:00 Luke Beauparlant/Teresa Posyniak: A Collaboration 4:30 Native Viewpoint 5:00 Community Calendar 7:00 Best of Rough Cuts 8:00 Insight 8:30 Native Viewpoint 9:00 Unitel "A New Journal of Women in Monastics" 9:30 Luke Beauparlant/Teresa Posyniak: A Collaboration 10:00 Community Calendar CKOS 5-CBC Yorkton 8:00 100 Huntley Street 9:00 Pink Panther 9:30 Popeye 10:00 Charlie Brown 10:30 Tom & Jerry 11:00 Star Trek noon News 12:30 Prairie Farm Report 1:00 Reach for the Top 1:30 George Dalgleish 2:00 CBC SportsWeekend: World Equestrian Championship/Canadian Freestyle Skiing Championship 5:00 Starlost 6:00 News 6:30 Kinsmen Bingo 7:00 Movie "Mary Poppins" 10:00 Anne Murray's Caribbean Cruise (Anne's aboard the SS Norway with Eddie Rabbitt, Richard Simmons, and Jose Luis Rodriguez along for the ride) 11:00 The National 11:20 News 11:45 Movie "Dynamo" CFJB 5-CBC Swift Current 9:00 100 Huntley Street 10:00 Treehouse Club 10:30 World Tomorrow 11:00 Wrestling (not sure what they ran then, but when I was in SW Sask in July '85, CJFB was carrying the WWF Maple Leaf show from CHCH Hamilton) noon Circle Square 12:30 Going Great 1:00 Prairie Farm Report 1:30 Saskatchewan Sport

2:00 CBC SportsWeekend 5:00 New Music 6:00 Kingo Bingo 6:30 Sportstalk 7:00 Movie "Mary Poppins" 10:00 Anne Murray's Caribbean Cruise 11:00 The National 11:20 News 11:35 Movie "The Violation of Sarah McDavid" CKX 5-CBC Brandon 11:30 Edison Twins noon What's New 12:30 Going Great 1:00 Countdown to '84 2:00 CBC SportsWeekend 5:00 One Day at a Time 5:30 Agri-Views 6:00 CBC News: Saturday Report 6:30 This Week in Parliament 7:00 Movie "Mary Poppins" 10:00 Anne Murray's Caribbean Cruise 11:00 The National 11:15 News 11:30 Movie "Cotton Comes to Heaven" KSRE 6-PBS Minot 1pm Bees & Honey 1:30 Yan Can Cook 2:00 Magic of Oil Painting 2:30 GED 3:00 Understanding Human Behavior (x2) 4:00 It's Everybody's Business (x2) 5:00 MotorWeek 5:30 Wall $treet Week "High Time Again for High Tech?" (guest Jim McCarment, co-Editor of the California Technology Stock Letter) 6:00 Free Space 6:30 Market to Market 7:00 All Creatures Great & Small II 8:00 The Last Hunger Strike? (a look at Northern Ireland's Troubles through the eyes of hunger striker Michael James Devine) 9:00 Matinee at the Bijou "Texas to Bataan"/cartoon "Neptune's Nonsense"/"Zorro's Black Whip" pt 5 10:30 Movie "The Jolson Story" WDAZ 8-ABC Devils Lake 6:30 Jetsons 7:00 Moncchichis/Little Rascals/Richie Rich/Schoolyard Rock 8:00 Scooby & Scrappy-Doo 8:30 Pac-Man/Rubik the Amazing Cube/Menudo 9:30 Littles 10:00 Puppy's Adventures/Scooby-Doo/Menudo 11:00 ABC Weekend Special "The Red Room Riddle" 11:30 American Bandstand 12:30 US Farm Report 1:00 Jerry Falwell

2:00 SportsBeat 2:30 PBA Bowling: Firestone Tournament of Champions 4:00 ABC Wide World of Sports: same events as CTV 5:30 Sportsman's Friend 6:00 News 6:30 Wild Kingdom 7:00 T.J. Hooker 8:00 Love Boat 9:00 Fantasy Island 10:00 News 10:30 Mannix 11:30 Combat! 12:30 America's Top 10 KUMV 8-NBC Williston 6:30 Popeye 7:00 Flintstone Funnies 7:30 Shirt Tales 8:00 Smurfs 9:30 Alvin & the Chipmunks 10:00 Mr. T 10:30 Amazing Spider-Man/Incredible Hulk 11:30 Thundarr noon Cartoons 12:30 Women's Tennis: NutriSweet WTA Championships 2:00 Baseball: NY Mets-Philadelphia or San Diego-Los Angeles 5:00 At the Movies 5:30 NBC Nightly News 6:00 Sportsline 6:30 Wild Kingdom 7:00 World Relief Committee 8:00 Movie "King Kong" (pt 1/1976 version) 10:00 News 10:30 Saturday Night Live (host Robin Williams/guests Adam Ant and Paula Poundstone) mid. New York Hot Tracks CBKT 9-CBC Regina 8:30 Western Gardener 9:00 Rockford Files 10:00 Star Trek 11:00 Lou Grant noon Maja the Bee 12:30 Going Great 1:00 Legends & Life of the Inuit 2:00 CBC SportsWeekend 5:00 Reach for the Top Provincial Finals: Sheldon Williams v Yorkton Regional High 5:30 Yan in Hong Kong 6:00 CBC News: Saturday Report 6:30 This Week in Parliament 7:00 Movie "Mary Poppins" 10:00 Anne Murray's Caribbean Cruise 11:00 The National 11:20 News 11:35 Movie "Marooned" CICC 10-CTV Yorkton

9:00 700 Club 10:00 Unitel 10:30 Storytime 11:00 Let's Go 11:30 Swiss Family Robinson noon News 12:30 University of the Air 1:00 Air Canada Cup Midget Hockey Championship 4:00 CTV Wide World of Sports 5:30 You Can Do It 6:00 Teleforum 6:30 Party with the Rovers 7:00 World of Travel 7:30 Just Kidding 8:00 Don Harron 9:00 Movie "Norma Rae" 11:30 CTV National News 11:50 News 12:10 Movie: TBA KXMD 11-CBS Williston 6:30 US Farm Report 7:00 Charlie Brown & Snoopy 7:30 Saturday Supercade 8:30 Dungeons & Dragons 9:00 Tarzan: Lord of the Jungle 9:30 Bugs Bunny/Road Runner 11:00 Biskitts 11:30 Benji, Zax & the Alien Prince noon New Generation 12:30 CBS Children's Film Festival 1:00 PGA Golf: Heritage Classic 2:30 NBA Playoffs 5:00 Fishing the Northwest 5:30 CBS Evening News 6:00 Hee Haw (guests Reba McEntire, Tom Wopat, Del Wood, Don Crawley, and John Garrett) 7:00 Whiz Kids 8:00 Movie "A Small Killing" 10:00 News 10:30 Big Valley 11:30 700 Club CBKFT 13-SRC Regina 7:30 Calimero 7:45 Grisu le petit dragon 8:00 Nils Holgersson 8:30 Passe-Partout 9:00 Remi 9:30 Candy 10:00 Albator 10:30 Zig Zags 11:00 La semaine Parlementaire a Ottawa noon D'hier a demain "Le jardin carnivore" 1:00 Univers des sports 4:00 Le monde merveilleux de Disney (Wonderful World of Disney) "La Coccinelle" (Herbie the Love Bug)

5:00 Impacts 6:00 Chanter la liberation (performance by the Canaan Baptist Church of Christ Choir from Harlem) 8:00 Un Reqiuem allemand (Brahms' Requiem from St. Patrick's Church in Montreal) 9:30 Le Telejournal 9:50 Nouvelles du sport/La politique federale 10:05 Veillee Pascale (Easter eve from Quebec City) 11:15 Cinema "L'avocat du diable" The evening sked for the rest of the province, from the Saskatoon Star-Phoenix via Google News Archive...the S-P only carried the evening listings, if they published a paper on the 20th it wasn't archived and I couldn't find their TV supplement for the week on Google Roll Eyes CKSA 2-CBC Lloydminster 6:00 Three's Company 6:30 M*A*S*H 7:00 CBC News: Saturday Report 7:30 This Week in Parliament 8:00 Movie "Mary Poppins" 11:00 Anne Murray's Caribbean Cruise mid. The National 12:20 News 12:40 Movie "Greatest Heroes of the Bible" (pt 2) CITL 4-CTV Lloydminster 6:00 Red Fisher 6:30 This Week in Baseball 7:00 Kinsmen Kingo Bingo 7:30 Everybody's Business 8:00 Blue Jays Banter 8:30 Just Kidding 9:00 Sun Country 9:30 Jeffersons 10:00 Movie "Norma Rae" 12:30 CTV National News 12:50 Midwest Tonight 1:10 Movie: TBA CKBI 5-CBC Prince Albert 6:00 CBC News: Saturday Report 6:30 Don Cherry's Grapevine 7:00 Movie "Mary Poppins" 10:00 Anne Murray's Caribbean Cruise" 11:00 The National 11:20 Movie "The Sunshine Boys" 1:20 Movie "On the Buses" CFQC 8-CTV Saskatoon 6:00 News 6:30 Kingo Bingo 7:00 Littlest Hobo 7:30 Just Kidding 8:00 Masquerade 9:00 Movie "Norma Rae" 11:30 CTV National News 11:50 News 12:30 Movie "Life of the Party: The Story of Beatrice"

Cable 10-Saskatoon 7:00 South Downtown Development 8:00 Bedtime Book/Employment Opportunities 8:30 Preview of 1984 Riki Walkathon 9:30 MS Society Conference 10:30 Ricky Campbell CBKST 11-CBC Saskatoon 6:00 CBC News: Saturday Report 6:30 This Week in Parliament 7:00 Movie "Mary Poppins" 10:00 Anne Murray's Caribbean Cruise" 11:00 The National 11:20 News 11:35 Hill Street Blues 12:35 Movie "Titanic" Retro: South Carolina Wed, Oct 10, 1979 from TV Guide-South Carolina Edition [] = black channel bullets "" = white channel bullets / = sandwiched channel bullets CHARLESTON, SC [2] WCBD (ABC) [4] WCIV (NBC) [5] WCSC (CBS) [7] WITV (PBS) FLORENCE [13] WBTV (CBS, ABC) [33] WJPM (PBS) ALLENDALE [14] WEBA (PBS) COLUMBIA [10] WIS (NBC) [19] WLTX (CBS) [25] WOLO (ABC) [35] WRLK (PBS) BEAUFORT [16] WJWJ (PBS) ATLANTA 1/7 WTBS (IND)

AUGUSTA "6" WJBF (ABC) "12" WRDW (CBS) "26" WATU (NBC) SAVANNAH "3" WSAV (NBC) "9" WVAN (PBS) "11" WTOC (CBS) "22" WJCL (ABC) WRENS "20" WCES (PBS) Morning 525 11 Bible Answers 17 Love, American Style 550 26 Job Service 555 3 700 Club 11 Pop Goes The Country 17 World At Large 19 News 600 2, 22, 25 PTL Club 12 Summer Semester 19 700 Club 26 PTL Club 620 10 Early Riser 625 6 Southern Sportsman 11 Health Field 630 10 Knozit-Land 12, 13 Arthur Smith 17 News 640 5 Low Country Living 645 4 New Day 655 3 Georgia/Carolina Summary 5 Sadie Oglesby's Scrapbook 6 News 11 In The Schools 700 2, 6, 22, 25 Good Morning America 3, 4, 10, 26 Today 5, 11, 12, 19 Wednesday Morning

13 Good Morning Jesus 17 Three Stooges/Little Rascals 745 9, 20 Weather 800 5, 11, 12, 13, 19 Captain Kangaroo 17 Leave It To Beaver 830 17 Romper Room 900 2, 25, 26 PTL Club 3 700 Club 4 Mindreaders 5 Phil Donahue 6 Dinah & Friends 10 Carolina Today 11 Romper Room 12 Phil Donahue 13 Wednesday Morning 17 Lucy Show 19 Phil Donahue 22 Phil Donahue 925 10 News 930 4 Love, American Style 10 Knozit-Land 11 Battle Of The Planets 17 Green Acres 1000 2 Dinah & Friends 3, 4, 10, 26 Card Sharks 5 3's A Crowd 11, 12, 13, 19 Beat The Clock 17 Movie (Nora Prentiss - 1947) 22 PTL Club 25 $20,000 Pyramid 1030 3, 4, 10, 26 Hollywood Squares 5, 11, 12, 13, 19 Whew! 6 Health Field 25 Dating Game 1100 3, 4, 10, 26 High Rollers 5, 11, 12, 13, 19 The Price Is Right 6, 22, 25 Laverne & Shirley 1130 2, 6, 22, 25 Family Feud 3, 4, 10, 26 Wheel Of Fortune Afternoon 1200 2, 6, 22 $20,000 Pyramid 3 Midday 4 4 Noon

5, 13, 19 Young And The Restless 10, 26 Mindreaders 11 Cross Wits 12 Midday on 12 25 Scene At Noon 1230 2, 6, 22, 25 Ryan's Hope 3, 4, 26 Password Plus 5, 11, 12, 13, 19 Search For Tomorrow 10 News 17 Movie (Shoot First - 1953) 100 2, 6, 22, 25 All My Children 3, 4, 10, 26 Days Of Our Lives 5 Scene At One 11, 12 Young And The Restless 13 Edge of Night 19 Love Of Life 130 5, 11, 12, 13, 19 As The World Turns 200 2, 6, 22, 25 One Life To Live 3, 4, 10, 26 Doctors 225 17 News 230 3, 4, 10, 26 Another World 5, 11, 12, 13, 19 Guiding Light 17 Gigglesnort Hotel 300 2, 6, 22, 25 General Hospital 17 I Love Lucy 330 5, 11, 12, 13, 19 One Day At A Time 17 Flintstones 400 2 Happy Raine 3 Movie (The Lolly-Madonna War - 1973) 4 Tom & Jerry 5, 13 Love Of Life 6, 22 Edge Of Night 9, 20 Sesame Street 10 Brady Bunch 11 I Love Lucy 12 Brady Bunch 17 Spectreman 19 Little Rascals/ Three Stooges 25 Flintstones 26 Bonanza 430 2, 6, 22, 25 Afterschool Special 4 Superman 5 Beat The Clock 7, 14, 33, 35 Sesame Street 10, 11 Tom & Jerry 12 Bugs Bunny/Porky Pig

13 All My Children 16, 27 Electric Company 17 Gilligan's Island 19 Andy Griffith 500 4 Make Me Laugh 5 Joker's Wild 9, 20 Mister Rogers 11 Gilligan's Island 12 Good Times 16, 27 Sesame Street 17 My Three Sons 19 Gunsmoke 26 Mike Douglas 530 2 Newlywed Game 4 Gong Show 5, 11, 12 Happy Days Again 6 Sanford And Son 7, 14, 33, 35 Mister Rogers 9, 20 Electric Company 10 F Troop 13 Dating Game 17 I Dream of Jeannie 22 News 25 Beverly Hillbillies Evening 600 2, 3, 4, 6, 11, 12, 13, 19, 25, 26 News 5 Sanford And Son 7, 14, 33, 35 Over Easy 9, 20 Zoom 10 Joker's Wild 16 16 Report 17 Carol Burnett And Friends 22 ABC News 27 Another Voice 630 2, 6, 22, 25 ABC News 3, 4, 10, 26 NBC News 5 News 7, 14, 33, 35 Museum Of Education 9, 20 Over Easy 11, 12, 19 CBS News 16 Job Caravann 17 Bob Newhart 22 Mary Tyler Moore 27 27 Tonight 700 2 Jacques Cousteau 3 Joker Wild's 4 All In The Family 5 CBS News 6 All In The Family 7, 14, 33, 35 MacNeil/Lehrer Report

9, 20 Questions, Answers, Problems, Solutions 10 News 11, 25 3's A Crowd 12 Newlywed Game 13 CBS News 16, 27 Once Upon A Classic 17 Sanford And Son 19 Sanford And Son 22 Sanford And Son 26 Gunsmoke 730 3, 5 Tic Tac Dough 4 Match Game 6 M* A* S* H 7, 14, 16, 27, 33, 35 Seven30 9, 20 MacNeil/Lehrer Report 10 Happy Days Again 11, 25 Newlywed Game 12 3's A Crowd 13 3's A Crowd 17 All In The Family 19 All In The Family 22 M* A* S* H 800 2, 6, 22, 25 World Series 3, 4, 10, 26 Real People 5, 11, 12, 13, 19 Last Resort 7, 9, 14, 16, 20, 27, 33, 35 Great Performances 17 Movie (McHale's Navy Joins The Air Force) 830 5, 11, 12, 13, 19 Movie (The Greek Tycoon - 1978) 900 3, 4, 10, 26 Movie (Mirror, Mirror - 1979) 7, 9, 14, 16, 20, 27, 33, 35 Baryshnikov At The White House 1000 7, 9, 14, 16, 20, 27, 33, 35 Connections 1030 16, 27 Evening At Symphony 1100 3, 4, 5, 10, 11, 12, 13 News 7, 9, 14, 20, 27, 33, 35 Dick Cavett 16 16 Report 17 Last Of The Wild 19 Odd Couple 26 Love, American Style 1115 2, 6, 22, 25 News 1130 3, 4, 10, 26 Johnny Carson 5, 11, 12, 13, 19 Your Turn: Letters To CBS News 7, 14, 16, 27, 33, 35 ABC News 17 Movie (With A Song In My Heart -1952) 2, 6, 22, 25 Love Boat Midnight 5, 11, 12, 13, 19 Switch 7, 14, 33, 35 MacNeil/Lehrer Report

1255 2, 6, 22, 25 Baretta 100 4, 10 Tomorrow 110 5, 11, 12, 13, 19 Hawaii Five- O 200 17 News 205 17 Movie (Terror in a Texas Town - 1958) 220 11 Movie (Oil For The Lamps of China) 340 17 Movie (The Atomic City - 1952) 400 11 Movie (Four Daughters - 1938) Normal schedule for 2, 6, 22, 25 is as follows: 400 2 Happy Raine/Spiderman 6, 22 Edge Of Night 25 Flintstones 430 6 Munsters 22 Six Million Dollar Man 25 Batman 500 2 Edge of Night 6 Petticoat Junction 25 Bewitched 530 2 Newlywed Game 6 Sanford And Son 22 News 25 Beverly Hillbillies Retro: New York City Fri, Apr 15, 1955 from TV Clock (local TV magazine based in Pleasantville; the majority of ads were for businesses in Mt Kisco) WCBS 2-CBS 6:45 Previews 6:55 Give Us This Day 7:00 Morning Show 8:55 Memo (Margaret Arlen) 9:00 George Skinner 10:00 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

1:00 Inner Flame 1:15 Road of Life 1:30 Welcome Travelers 2:00 Robert Q. Lewis 2:30 Linkletter's House Party 3:00 Big Payoff 3:30 Bob Crosby 4:00 Brighter Day 4:15 Secret Storm 4:30 On Your Account 5:00 Barker Bill's Cartoons 5:15 Late Matinee "Forced Landing" 6:00 News (Robert Trout) 6:05 Feature (Bill Leonard) 6:10 Sports (Jim McKay) 6:15 Early Show "Fingerprints Don't Lie" 7:25 Weather (Carol Reed) 7:30 CBS News 7:45 Perry Como 8:00 Mama 8:30 Topper 9:00 Playhouse of Stars "O'Brien" 9:30 Our Miss Brooks 10:00 Lineup 10:30 Person to Person 11:00 Chronoscope 11:15 News (Ron Cochrane) 11:25 Sports (Bill Hickey) 11:30 Late Show "Time, Gentlemen, Please" 12:45 Late Late Show "Stage Door Canteen" 2:45 Late News 2:50 Give Us This Day WRCA 4-NBC 6:40 Daily Sermonette 6:45 Kids Today (Herb Sheldon) 7:00 Today 8:55 Herb Sheldon 10:00 Ding Dong School 10:30 Way of the World 10:45 Sheilah Graham 11:00 Home noon Tennessee Ernie Ford 12:30 Feather Your Nest 1:00 News (Kenneth Banghart) 1:05 Norman Brokenshire 1:30 Beauty Advice (Willis) 2:00 Big Matinee 2:30 Jinx Falkenburg's Diary 3:00 Ted Mack's Matinee 3:30 Greatest Gift 3:45 Miss Marlowe 4:00 Hawkins Falls 4:15 First Love 4:30 World of Mr. Sweeney 4:45 Modern Romances

5:00 Pinky Lee 5:30 Howdy Doody 6:00 TBA 6:30 Sky's the Limit 6:45 News (John Wingate) 6:55 Weather (Tex Antoine) 7:00 TBA 7:30 Eddie Fisher 7:45 Camel News Caravan 8:00 Red Buttons 8:30 Life of Riley 9:00 Big Story 9:30 Miss Phoebe 10:00 Boxing: 10-round action from Philly as Holly Mims (DC) takes on Bobby Jones (Oakland) 10:45 Jan Murray 11:00 News (John McCaffery) 11:10 Weather (Tex Antoine) 11:15 Steve Allen 11:30 Tonight Show (Steve again) WABD 5-DuMont 11:15 News 11:30 Girl Talk noon Funny Bunny 12:05 Cooking (Susan Adams) 12:30 Midday Matinee "The Money" 1:00 Glamour Secrets (Mann) 1:30 Food for Thought (Graham) 2:00 All About Baby (Crowley) 2:15 Maggie McNellis 2:30 Letter to Lee Graham 3:00 Double Feature "The Substitute" 4:00 Tea Time Theatre "Jungle Book" 5:30 Old Timer 6:30 Ames Brothers 6:45 Looney Tunes 7:00 Western Gal 7:30 Life with Elizabeth 8:00 Secret File USA 8:30 Counterpoint "The Prize" 9:00 Mr. & Mrs. North 9:30 City Assignment 10:00 Chance of a Lifetime 10:30 Down You Go 11:00 News (Don Russell) 11:10 Starlight Theatre "Party Line" 11:40 Weather Girl WABC 7-ABC 8:00 Tinker's Work Shop 9:00 John Henry Faulk 9:55 News (George H. Combs) 10:00 Road of Romance 10:30 Drama of Life 11:00 Romper Room noon Time for Fun

12:30 Entertainment 3:00 Romantic Interlude 3:30 Memory Lane (Franklin) 4:00 Hopalong Cassidy 5:15 Movie (no title listed, it's a Western) 6:00 Files of Jeffrey Jones 6:30 Dramatic Film 6:50 News 6:55 Weather (Scotty) 7:00 Kukla, Fran & Ollie 7:30 Rin Tin Tin 8:00 Ozzie & Harriet 8:30 Ray Bolger 9:00 Dollar a Second 9:30 Vise 10:00 I Led Three Lives 10:30 Mr. District Attorney 11:00 TV Playhouse "And Suddenly You Knew" 11:30 Weather (Scotty) 11:35 Tonight's News (George H. Combs) WOR 9-Ind 12:45pm Christophers 1:00 This is the Life 1:30 Fortune Theatre 3:00 Ted Steele 5:00 Teen Bandstand (Ted again) 6:00 Merry Mailman 6:45 News (Lyle Van) 6:55 Sports (Jack O'Reilly) 7:00 Cowboy G-Men 7:30 Million Dollar Movie (title not listed) 9:00 Badge 714 (Dragnet) 9:30 Inner Sanctum 10:00 Million Dollar Movie (no title listed, re-run from 7:30?) 11:30 Fortune Theatre WPIX 11-Ind 12:30pm New York Calendar 1:00 Warm-Up Theatre 1:10 A Day with the Giants 1:25 Baseball: Giants-Dodgers 3:50 Frankie Frisch 4:00 Post-Game Theatre 4:30 Dione Lucas 4:55 News (John Tillman) 5:00 Cartoon Comics 5:30 Clubhouse Gang Comedies 6:00 Ramar of the Jungle 6:30 Liberace 7:00 News (Kevin Kennedy) 7:10 News (John Tillman) 7:25 Sports (Jimmy Powers) 7:30 First Show "The Years Between" 8:55 News (Joe Bolton) 9:00 Double Feature Theatre

10:50 News (John Tillman) 10:55 Weather (Joe Bolton) 11:00 Liberace 11:30 Night Owl Theatre "T-Men" WATV 13-Ind 8:58 TV Pastor 9:00 Casa Serena 9:30 Italian Movie 11:00 Musical Moments 11:15 Aldo Aldi noon News Report 12:05 Report to Parents 12:30 Shop, Look & Cook 1:00 Musical Jackpot 2:00 Movie "Eternally Yours" 3:30 Fun Time 4:00 Movie (title not listed, Western) 5:00 Junior Frolics (Fred Sayles) 5:45 Fun Time 6:00 Movie (Western) 7:00 Movie "Last Crooked Mile" 8:00 House Detective 8:30 Big Picture 9:00 Laurel Garden Wrestling 11:00 Mystery Hour Retro: Chicago Wed, Apr 18, 1956 from TV Guide-Chicago edition Channel numbers listed after Chicago channels indicate network programs relayed by: 13 WREX Rockford 34 WSBT South Bend 39 WTVO Rockford 46 WNDU South Bend 52 WSJV Elkhart This was also the day of Grace Kelly's wedding to Prince Rainier, with wire photos (and later in the day, film) airing during the day at various points Programs listed CST, add 1 hr for CDT/EST WBBM 2-CBS Chicago 6:40 Thought for Today 6:45 Farm Daily (Menard) 7:00 Good Morning! (also relayed on 34; Will Rogers Jr shows a special film shot at Albert Einstein's home on the day of his death a year earlier, more from the baseball series, and Will also tells the story of the US Mint during the San Francisco quake...local news 7:25-7:30 and 7:55-8:00) 8:00 Captain Kangaroo (also on 34; news 8:25-8:30/8:55-9:00) 9:00 Garry Moore 9:30 Arthur Godfrey Time (34) 10:30 Strike It Rich (13/34) 11:00 Valiant Lady (13) 11:15 Love of Life (13/34) 11:30 Search for Tomorrow (13/34) 11:45 Guiding Light (13/34)

noon News (Frank Reynolds) 12:15 Luncheon Show (Lee Phillip) 12:30 As the World Turns (13/34) 1:00 Robert Q. Lewis (13/34) 1:30 Linkletter's House Party 2:00 Big Payoff (13/34) 2:30 Bob Crosby (13) 3:00 Brighter Day (13/34) 3:15 Secret Storm (13/34) 3:30 Edge of Night (13/34) 4:00 Early Show "Pablo's Well" 4:30 Gene Autry "Twisted Trails" 5:00 Famous Playhouse "Uncle Jack" 5:30 Shopping with Miss Lee (banker Stuart Watson talks about his new venture-a record company) 5:45 CBS News (34) 6:00 Sports (Bob Elson) 6:15 News (Julian Bentley) 6:30 Patti Page 6:45 News (Paul Harvey) 7:00 Godfrey & Friends (13/34; from the Kenilworth Hotel in Miami Beach) 8:00 Millionaire "The Jane Costello Story" (13/34) 8:30 I've Got a Secret (13/34) 9:00 20th-Century Fox Hour "Mr. Belvedere" 10:00 News/Weather/Sports 10:15 In Town Tonight (Jim Conway welcomes singer Betty Madigan) 10:30 News (John Harrington) 10:45 Kup's Show (Irv Kupcinet) 11:00 Playhouse "Surprise Party" 11:30 Movie "Man of Conquest" WTMJ 4-NBC Milwaukee 6:45 Farm Report (Hoeft) 6:55 Today Milwaukee 7:00 Today (local news at :25/:55) 9:00 Ding Dong School 9:30 Ernie Kovacs 10:00 Home 11:00 Tennessee Ernie Ford 11:30 Feather Your Nest noon Hot Shot Review 12:30 Bob Heiss (John Deidrich talks about birdwatching) 12:55 Weather (Bill Carlsen) 1:00 Let's Look at the News 1:15 What's New in the Kitchen (Breta Greim) 2:00 Matinee Theater "The Century Plant" (c) 3:00 Beulah Donahue (c/Dr. Mortimer M. Borton talks about artificial kidneys; also, a performance by flutist John Giraudeux) 3:30 Queen for a Day 4:00 Pinky Lee 4:30 Howdy Doody (c) 5:00 Foreman Tom "Call of the Canyon" 6:00 Sports (Lloyd Petti) 6:15 News (John Drury) 6:25 Weather (Bill Carlsen) 6:30 Eddie Fisher

6:45 Camel News Caravan 7:00 Screen Directors' Playhouse "Rookie of the Year" 7:30 Father Knows Best "Adopted Daughter" 8:00 Kraft Theater "No Riders" 9:00 This is Your Life 9:30 Theater "Train to the Sea" 10:00 Weather (Bill Carlsen) 10:05 Patti Page 10:20 Let's Look at the News 10:30 Great Gildersleeve "Gildy Pulls the Switch" 11:00 Tonight Show mid. News WNBQ 5-NBC Chicago 6:40 Today's Meditation 6:45 Town & Farm (c) 7:00 Today (also on 39/46; local news at :25/:55) 9:00 Ding Dong School (39/46) 9:30 Ernie Kovacs (39/46) 10:00 Home (39/46) 11:00 Tennessee Ernie Ford (39/46) 11:30 Feather Your Nest (39/46) noon Noontime Adventure (c) 12:30 Kenny's Klub (c) 12:45 Bob (Murphy) & Kay (Westfall) with (Chef Eddie) Doucette 2:00 Matinee Theater "The Century Plant" (c 5/39; bw 46) 3:00 Date with Life (39) 3:15 Modern Romances (39/46) 3:30 Queen for a Day (39/46) 4:00 Pinky Lee (39/46) 4:30 Howdy Doody (c on 5 and 39/bw on 46) 5:00 Elmer the Elephant (c) 5:30 Adults Only (c/Tom Mercein; sports with Joe Wilson 5:45-5:50, weather with Clint Youle 66:05, and news with Jack Angell 6:05-6:10) 6:25 Les Paul & Mary Ford 6:45 Camel News Caravan 7:00 Screen Directors' Playhouse "Rookie of the Year" 7:30 Father Knows Best "Adopted Daughter" 8:00 Kraft Theater "No Riders" 9:00 This is Your Life (39/46) 9:30 Midwestern Hayride 10:00 Weather (c/Clint Youle) 10:10 Dorsey Connors (c) 10:15 News (c/Dreier) 10:25 Sports (c/Barry) 10:30 Variety Show (c/Tom Mercein) 11:00 Tonight Show mid. Movie "Search for Danger" WBKB 7-ABC Chicago 8:20 News (Ulmer Turner) 8:25 Time for Uncle Win 8:30 Paul Fogarty 9:00 Play House "Donald Duck-Prize Driver" (let's see him drive in Montreal Grin) 9:25 News (Ulmer Turner) 9:30 Norman Ross "The Roof"/Yesterday's Newsreel/"This Little Pig Cried"

11:00 Mid-Week Cooking School noon Happy Pirate 12:45 Smile Club (Dr. Neimark) 1:00 Mid-Day Matinee "No Other Love" 1:55 News/Weather (Ulmer Turner) 2:00 Afternoon Film Festival "I Believe in You" (52) 4:00 Little Rascals 5:00 Mickey Mouse Club (52) 6:00 Kukla, Fran & Ollie 6:15 ABC News (52) 6:30 Disney "Adventureland: People & Places" (visiting Sardinia, Morocco, and the Arctic) 7:30 MGM Parade "The Pirate" (pt 1/simulcast on 52) 8:00 Masquerade Party (panelists Bobby Sherwood, Barbara Britton, Ogden Nash, and Mary ScottMary pinch hits for Ilka Chase) 8:30 Break the Bank (52) 9:00 Boxing: from Chicago, hometown boxwe Bobby Boyd (38-6-2, 20 KO) takes on DC's Holly Mims (39-13-5, 10 KO) in a 10-round middleweight tilt, simulcast on 52 9:45 News (Ulmer Turner, who seems to have had a long day Cheesy) 10:00 Confidential File "Pigeon Drop Rocket" 10:30 Foreign Intrigue "The Spy Ring" 11:00 This is the Day (Norm Ross speaks on Clarence Darrow on the famed attorney's birthday) 11:15 Buddy Lester mid. Movie "Flying Blind" WGN 9-Ind Chicago 8:30 Paul Fogarty 9:00 Showtime (Fontaine) 9:30 Route '56 (Pat McCaffrie pinch-hits for Frazier Thomas) 10:00 My Little Margie "A Horse on Vern" 10:30 Stu Erwin "Weighty Problem" 11:00 Romper Room (guests Cheryl Stern and Bonnie & Allen Stern) 11:55 Carol Banning Comments (plastic styles for walls and ceilings) noon Lunchtime Little Theater 12:45 Baby Time 1:00 TV Showcase 1:30 Movie "Nobody's Baby" 4:00 Bandstand Matinee (guests from the Lincoln Park Riding Club; news with Les Moneypenny 5:05-5:10) 5:30 Garfield Goose & Friend (Frazier Thomas is on vacation, Buddy Black is Garfield's straightman) 6:00 Curbstone Cut-Up (Simon) 6:15 Sports (Vince Lloyd) 6:30 News (Spencer Allen) 6:45 Chicagoland Newsreel 6:55 Tony Weitzel 7:00 TV Showcase 7:30 Frank Yankovic 9:00 TBA 9:30 Liberace 10:00 Movie "The Sundowners" 11:30 News (Les Nichols) WTTW 11-Edu Chicago 4pm House of Skills 4:15 Fairytales on Film "Little Red Riding Hood" 4:30 Totem Club "The Fantastic Blanket" (Dick Cromer of the Chicago Board of Ed does

experiments and talks about the earth's atmosphere) 5:00 World of Music (selections from Verdi's Otello) 6:30 Outdoor Fun "The Fabulous Five-Hundred" (scenes from the Indy 500) 7:00 Chicago Dynamic "Road to Renewal-Neighborhood in Action/Lincoln Park Conservation Association" (housewife Mrs. Pierre Blouke and LPCA prez George Proctor discuss community plans for renewal with host Maynard Wishner) 7:30 Nature of Life "Living and Non-Living" (Dr. H. Burr Roney, Western Reserve U) 8:00 Camera Club "Unusual Effects with Color Slides and the Work of Winners" 8:30 Modern USA "America Goes Back to Europe" 9:00 Anywhere USA "Man in the Window" 9:30 Time for Religion "The Catholic Charities" (Chicago's RC Archbishop Samuel Cardinal Stritch and Catholic Charities Superintendent Msgr. Vincent M. Cooke discuss the organization's work) 10:00 Tomorrow (Fred Lewis) WBBM 2-CBS Chicago 12:15 Luncheon Show (Lee Phillip) 5:30 Shopping with Miss Lee (banker Stuart Watson talks about his new venture-a record company) ...might both of these have been Lee Phillip programs? I know that around this period, Phillip also had a daily program on WBBM Radio with legendary chauvanist Paul Gibson titled The Lady & The Tiger. And does anyone have any idea what the record company that Watson cranked up would have been?... Quote 6:45 News (Paul Harvey) ...I seem to recall that Paul Harvey's television work was always separate from his radio work for ABC. Although he did occasionally run his TV commentaries on WENR-TV/WBKB/WLS-TV, they actually ran longer on then-independents WFLD/32 and WSNS/44... Quote 7:00 Godfrey & Friends (13/34; from the Kenilworth Hotel in Miami Beach) ...which Arthur Godfrey owned in part at the time. Bogus allegations of anti-Semitic beliefs still pop up against Godfrey, but in fact Godfrey was personally responsible for the Kenilworth scrapping its "No Jews Allowed" policy (which had been put into effect in the 1920s, before Godfrey even got into broadcasting)... Quote WTMJ 4-NBC Milwaukee ...interesting that TV Guide listed WTMJ-TV in its Chicago edition but not WISN-TV/12, the other VHF station in Milwaukee at the time... Quote WNBQ 5-NBC Chicago 12:45 Bob (Murphy) & Kay (Westfall) with (Chef Eddie) Doucette ...not to be confused with the future voice of the Milwaukee Bucks, Eddie Doucette... Quote 10:15 News (c/Dreier) ...this would be Alex Dreier, later anchor for WBKB and, after moving to Los Angeles, KABC-TV/7 and KTTV/11 there before going into acting on such series as Land of the Giants and What's it All About, World and the theatrical movie The Boston Strangler... Retro: Boston/Providence/Manchester Fri, Apr 20, 1984 from Boston Globe WGBH 2-PBS Boston 7:00 Sesame Street 8:00 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 8:30 Sesame Street

9:30 Electric Company 10:00 Spaces 10:30 3-2-1 Contact 11:00 Newton's Apple 11:30 Wild, Wild World of Animals noon Sesame Street 1:00 Primal Mind 2:00 Portraits in Pastels 2:30 Magic of Oil Painting 3:00 French Chef 3:30 Electric Company 4:00 Sesame Street 5:00 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 5:30 Electric Company 6:00 MacNeil-Lehrer NewsHour 7:00 Doctor Who 7:30 Wild, Wild World of Animals 8:00 Washington Week in Review 8:30 Wall $treet Week 9:00 Masterpiece Theatre "Nancy Astor" 10:00 News 10:30 Nightly Business Report 11:00 MacNeil-Lehrer NewsHour WBZ 4-NBC Boston 5:30 Morning Stretch 6:00 News 7:00 Today 9:00 Hour Magazine 10:00 Facts of Life 10:30 Sale of the Century 11:00 Wheel of Fortune 11:30 Dream House noon News 12:30 People are Talking 1:30 Days of Our Lives 2:30 Love Connection 3:00 Hawaii Five-O 4:00 Love Boat 5:00 People's Court 5:30 Live on 4 6:00 News 7:00 NBC Nightly News 7:30 Evening Magazine 8:00 Smurfs Springtime Special 8:30 Berenstein Bears' Easter Surprise 9:00 Master 10:00 NBC Reports "Assault on Big Brother: Regulating the Regulators" 11:00 News 11:30 Tonight Show (Joan Rivers guest-hosts) 12:30 Friday Night Videos 2:00 News 2:30 Movie "The Fantastic Plastic Machine" 4:00 Community Auditions WCVB 5-ABC Boston

5:00 Chronicle 5:30 News 7:00 Good Morning America 9:00 Good Day! 10:00 Donahue 11:00 Merv Griffin noon News 12:30 Ryan's Hope 1:00 All My Children 2:00 One Life to Live 3:00 General Hospital 4:00 Breakaway 5:00 Family Feud 5:30 All in the Family 6:00 News 7:00 ABC World News Tonight 7:30 Chronicle 8:00 Benson 8:30 Webster 9:00 Masquerade 10:00 Matt Houston 11:00 News 11:30 ABC News Nightline mid. Thicke of the Night 1:30 Rock Palace 2:30 News 3:00 Night Shift 3:30 News 4:00 Good Day! WLNE 6-CBS New Bedford/Providence 6:00 CBS Morning News 9:00 Movie "The Easy Way" 11:00 Price is Right noon News 12:30 Young & the Restless 1:30 As the World Turns 2:30 Capitol 3:00 Guiding Light 4:00 Movie "Sugarland Express" 6:00 News 6:30 CBS Evening News 7:00 Tic Tac Dough 7:30 Last Leaf 8:00 Dukes of Hazzard 9:00 Movie "Murder in Coweta County" 11:00 News 11:30 Benny Hill mid. Movie "The Tenth Month" 2:45 Movie "Action in the North Atlantic" WNEV 7-CBS Boston 6:00 CBS Morning News 9:00 Woman to Woman 10:00 New $25,000 Pyramid 10:30 Press Your Luck

11:00 Price is Right noon News 12:30 Young & the Restless 1:30 As the World Turns 2:30 Capitol 3:00 Guiding Light 4:00 Hot Hit Video 5:00 Joker's Wild 5:30 Wheel of Fortune 6:00 News 7:00 CBS Evening News 7:30 Entertainment Tonight 8:00 Dukes of Hazzard 9:00 Movie "Murder in Coweta County" 11:00 News 11:30 Entertainment Tonight mid. Movie "The Tenth Month" WMUR 9-ABC Manchester 5:00 Jim Bakker 6:00 Jimmy Swaggart 6:30 ABC World News This Morning 7:00 Good Morning America 9:00 Muppet Show 9:30 Edge of Night 10:00 Jim Bakker 11:00 Benson 11:30 Loving noon Family Feud 12:30 Ryan's Hope 1:00 All My Children 2:00 One Life to Live 3:00 General Hospital 4:00 Hour Magazine 5:00 Barnaby Jones 6:00 News 6:30 ABC World News Tonight 7:00 Tic Tac Dough 7:30 People's Court 8:00 Benson 8:30 Webster 9:00 Masquerade 10:00 Matt Houston 11:00 News 11:30 ABC News Nightline mid. Thicke of the Night 1:30 News WJAR 10-NBC Providence 6:00 Jim Mendes 6:30 NBC News at Sunrise 7:00 Today 9:00 Donahue 10:00 People's Court 10:30 Sale of the Century 11:00 Wheel of Fortune

11:30 Dream House noon News 12:30 Search for Tomorrow 1:00 Days of Our Lives 2:00 Another World 3:00 Breakaway 4:00 CHiPs 5:00 Three's Company 5:30 Newscope 6:00 News 6:30 NBC Nightly News 7:00 PM Magazine 7:30 Entertainment Tonight 8:00 Smurfs Springtime Special 8:30 Berenstein Bears' Easter Surprise 9:00 Master 10:00 NBC Reports "Assault on Big Brother: Regulating the Regulators" 11:00 News 11:30 Tonight Show (Joan Rivers guest-hosts) 12:30 Friday Night Videos 2:00 News WENH 11-PBS Durham 8:00 Sesame Street 9:00 Lilias, Yoga & You 9:30 Instructional Programs 2:30 Masterpiece Theatre 3:30 Lilias, Yoga & You 4:00 Sesame Street 5:00 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 5:30 3-2-1 Contact 6:00 MacNeil-Lehrer NewsHour 7:00 Nightly Business Report 7:30 Great Chefs 8:00 Washington Week in Review 8:30 Wall $treet Week 9:00 New Hampshire Journal 9:30 Monty Python's Flying Circus 10:00 Austin City Limits 11:00 Tony Brown's Journal WPRI 12-ABC Providence 6:00 ABC World News This Morning 7:00 Good Morning America 9:00 HealthBeat 9:30 Direct Question 10:00 Family 11:00 Benson 11:30 Loving noon News 12:30 Ryan's Hope 1:00 All My Children 2:00 One Life to Live 3:00 General Hospital 4:00 Merv Griffin 5:00 M*A*S*H

5:30 Taxi 6:00 News 6:30 ABC World News Tonight 7:00 Family Feud 7:30 Wheel of Fortune 8:00 Benson 8:30 Webster 9:00 Masquerade 10:00 Matt Houston 11:00 News 11:30 ABC News Nightline mid. Video Trax WNHT 21-Ind/FNN Concord (the station had just launched the previous Monday; according to the Globe, the station's coverage area reached 90% of NH and covered an area from Burlington MA to York County ME) 6:00 20 Minute Workout 6:30 Agriculture Day 7:00 Morningline 8:00 News 8:30 20 Minute Workout 9:00 Market Today 10:00 New Hampshire Today 10:30 Merv Griffin 11:30 Marketwatch noon News 12:30 Marketwatch 4:00 FNN Moneytalk 5:00 News 6:00 Fantasy Island 6:30 Barney Miller (x2) 7:30 Fantasy Island 8:00 Black Beauty 10:00 News 10:30 FNN Final WXNE 25-Ind Boston 6:40 News 7:00 Pink Panther 7:30 Cartoons 8:00 Popeye 8:30 Great Space Coaster 9:00 Leave It to Beaver 9:30 Flipper 10:00 700 Club 11:30 Catholic Mass noon Big Valley 1:00 McHale's Navy 1:30 Get Smart 2:00 Leave It to Beaver 2:30 Little Rascals 3:00 Popeye 4:00 Little House on the Prairie 5:00 CHiPs 6:00 WKRP in Cincinnati 6:30 Mork & Mindy

7:00 WKRP in Cincinnati 7:30 Laugh-In 8:00 Movie "Forbidden Planet" 10:00 700 Club 11:00 Family WSMW 27-Ind/Preview STV Worcester Preview programs start 9:30am 6:30 New Zoo Revue 7:00 Worcester AM News 7:15 Health! 7:45 Worcester AM News 8:00 Journey to Adventure 8:30 Jimmy Swaggart 9:30 Crusader Rabbit 10:00 You're Beautiful 10:30 CityLights 11:00 It Figures 11:30 Elegant Appetite noon Intimacy File 12:30 Ann Sothern 1:00 Movie "Lady Chatterly's Lover" 3:00 Movie "On the Waterfront" 5:00 Roger & Roger 7:00 Steve Hackett 7:30 Style '84 8:00 Movie "The Black Stallion Returns" 10:00 Movie "Gideon's Trumpet" mid. Playboy on the Scene 2:30 Steve Hackett 3:00 Movie "Portnoy's Complaint" WSBE 36-PBS Providence 9:00 Sesame Street 10:00 Instructional Programs 11:00 High Feather 11:30 Instructional Programs noon Spaces 12:30 Mulligan Stew 1:00 Instructional Programs 2:30 Footsteps 3:00 Intro to Computers (x2) 4:00 Sesame Street 5:00 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 5:30 Electric Company 6:00 MacNeil-Lehrer NewsHour 7:00 Nightly Business Report 7:30 Thirteenth State 8:00 Washington Week in Review 8:30 Wall $treet Week 9:00 Inside Story 9:30 International Edition 10:00 Frontline 11:00 Working Women 11:30 Nightly Business Report

WSBK 38-Ind Boston 6:00 20 Minute Workout 6:30 Romper Room 7:00 Batman 7:30 He-Man & the Masters of the Universe 8:00 Superfriends 8:30 Bewitched 9:00 20 Minute Workout 9:30 Daytime 10:30 Dick Van Dyke 11:00 Andy Griffith 11:30 INN News noon Movie "The Robe" 2:30 My Three Sons 3:00 Bugs Bunny 3:30 Superfriends 4:00 He-Man & the Masters of the Universe 4:30 Scooby-Doo 5:00 Charlie's Angels 6:00 M*A*S*H 6:30 Jeffersons 7:00 M*A*S*H 7:30 Baseball: the Sox host Oakland 10:00 Odd Couple 10:30 INN News 11:00 Twilight Zone 11:30 Movie "The President's Plane is Missing" 1:30 Movie "Up in Smoke" WGBX 44-PBS Boston 5pm French Chef 5:30 Sesame Street 6:30 Nightly Business Report 7:00 MacNeil-Lehrer NewsHour 8:00 Say Brother 8:30 Presente 9:00 Austin City Limits 10:00 Mystery! WNDS 50-Ind Derry 7:00 Popeye 7:30 Health Field 8:00 700 Club 9:30 Jimmy Swaggart 10:00 Jim Bakker 11:00 I Love Lucy 11:30 Mary Tyler Moore noon INN News 12:30 Rhoda 1:00 Movie "Fancy Pants" 3:00 Cartoons 3:30 He-Man & the Masters of the Universe 4:00 Incredible Hulk 5:00 Mork & Mindy 5:30 Happy Days Again 6:00 News

6:30 Taxi 7:00 WKRP in Cincinnati 7:30 Family Feud 8:00 Best of New Hampshire 8:30 Odd Couple 9:00 Rockford Files 10:00 News 10:30 Bob Newhart 11:00 Saturday Night 11:30 Saint 12:30 News WLVI 56-Ind Boston 6:30 Bozo 7:00 Tom & Jerry 7:30 Woody Woodpecker 8:00 Flintstones 8:30 Popeye 9:00 Casper 9:30 Banana Splits 10:00 New England Today 11:00 Benson (ABC, not cleared by 5) 11:30 Loving (ditto) noon I Love Lucy 12:30 Mary Tyler Moore 1:00 Banana Splits 1:30 Casper 2:00 Mighty Mouse 2:30 Bugs Bunny 3:30 Inspector Gadget 4:00 Tom & Jerry 4:30 Brady Bunch (x2) 5:30 Great Album Collection 6:00 Three's Company 6:30 Laverne & Shirley 7:00 Three's Company 7:30 Taxi 8:00 Movie "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band" 10:00 News 11:00 Benny Hill 11:30 Man About the House mid. News WQTV 68-Ind/FNN Boston 8:00 Jim Bakker 9:00 Bullseye 9:30 Play the Percentages 10:00 Marketwatch 4:00 FNN Moneytalk 5:00 Rookies 6:00 Avengers 7:00 Barnaby Jones 8:00 Kojak 9:00 Cannon 10:00 Mannix 11:00 Perry Mason

Retrop: Philadelphia Tues, Mar 29, 1966 from TV Guide-Philadelphia edition KYW 3-NBC Philadelphia 5:25 Farm & Market News 5:30 News 5:35 Fair Adventure "Othello" (pt 2) 6:05 Meaning of Communism "The Soviet Union and the West" 6:35 Farm & Garden 6:45 News 7:00 Today (c/guests include Brodway producer Harold Prince, and composer/lyricists Lee Adams and Charles Strouse; also a report on diagnostic techniques at the Mayo Clinic) 9:00 Bachelor Father 9:30 PDQ (c) 10:00 Eye Guess (c) 10:25 NBC News 10:30 Concentration 11:00 Morning Star (c) 11:30 Paradise Bay (c) noon News/Weather/Sports 12:30 Mike Douglas (George Jessel co-hosts) 2:00 Days of Our Lives (c) 2:30 Doctors 3:00 Another World 3:30 You Don't Say! (c) 4:00 Match Game (c) 4:25 NBC News 4:30 Merv Griffin (guests include Ray Milland and Tom Lehrer) 6:00 News/Weather/Sports 6:30 NBC News (c) 7:00 Bound for Adventure (c) 7:30 My Mother, the Car "When You Wish Upon a Car" (c) 8:00 Please Don't Eat the Daisies "The Magnificent Muldoon" (c) 8:30 Dr. Kildare "A Strange Sort of Accident" (pt 2/c) 9:00 Tuesday Night at the Movies "Walk Like a Dragon" 11:00 News/Weather/Sports 11:30 Tonight Show (c) 1:00 Bronco 2:00 FBI Most Wanted 2:05 Goal of Life 2:35 News WFIL 6-ABC Philadelphia 6:35 News 6:45 RFD #6 7:00 Third Dimension 7:30 Gloria (c) 8:00 Cartoon Circus (c) 9:00 Romper Room (Connie Roussin) 9:30 Features for Women 9:40 News/Weather 9:45 Schoolhouse 10:00 Dating Game

10:30 Dolls & Dollars 11:00 Supermarket Sweep 11:30 Girl Talk 12:30 Post Office (c) 12:55 NBC News (not cleared by ch 3) 1:00 Ben Casey 2:00 Confidential for Women 2:30 A Time for Us 2:55 ABC News 3:00 General Hospital 3:30 Nurses 4:00 Movie "Pillow to Post" 5:45 Popeye Theater (c) 6:55 Podrecca Puppets (c) 7:00 News (c) 7:15 ABC News 7:30 Combat! "A Sudden Terror" 8:30 McHale's Navy 9:00 F Troop "Too Many Cooks Spoil the Troop" 9:30 Peyton Place 10:00 Fugitive "The 2130" 11:00 News/Weather/Sports (c) 11:30 Movie "Sergeant York" 2:00 Detectives WGAL 8-NBC Lancaster 7:00 Today (c) 9:00 Biography 9:30 Debbie Drake 9:45 Spin 'n' Win (c) 10:00 Eye Guess (c) 10:25 NBC News 10:30 Concentration 11:00 Morning Star (c) 11:30 Paradise Bay (c) noon Noonday on 8 (c) 12:30 Post Office (c) 12:55 NBC News 1:00 Bachelor Father "The House at Smuggler's Cove" 1:30 Let's Make a Deal (c) 1:55 NBC News 2:00 Days of Our Lives (c) 2:30 Doctors 3:00 Another World 3:30 You Don't Say! (c) 4:00 Match Game (c) 4:25 NBC News 4:30 Leave It to Beaver 5:00 Woody Woodpecker (c) 5:30 Superman 6:00 News/Sports/Weather (c) 6:30 NBC News (c) 7:00 Lawman 7:30 My Mother, the Car "When You Wish Upon a Car" (c) 8:00 Please Don't Eat the Daisies "The Magnificent Muldoon" (c) 8:30 Dr. Kildare "A Strange Sort of Accident" (pt 2/c)

9:00 Tuesday Night at the Movies "Walk Like a Dragon" 11:00 News/Weather/Sports (c) 11:30 Tonight Show (c) 1:00 News WCAU 10-CBS Philadelphia Italicized programs indicate CBS programs simulcast by WLYH 15-Lancaster/Lebanon, for which TVG only carried network listings 5:40 News 5:45 Sunrise Semester "Age of Rubens" 6:10 News 6:15 Southeast Asia 6:45 Bill Bennett's Almanac 7:00 News 7:05 CBS News 8:00 Captain Kangaroo (the Captain and Mr. Green Jeans show films of geese) 9:00 Pixanne 9:30 Leave It to Beaver 10:00 I Love Lucy 10:30 Real McCoys 11:00 Andy Griffith 11:30 Dick Van Dyke noon Love of Life 12:25 CBS News 12:30 Search for Tomorrow 12:45 Guiding Light 1:00 TV10 Around Town 1:30 As the World Turns 2:00 Password 2:30 House Party (guest is Brodway producer George White) 3:00 To Tell the Truth 3:25 CBS News 3:30 Edge of Night 4:00 Secret Storm 4:30 Movie "Abbott and Costello in the Foreign Legion" 6:00 News/Weather/Sports 7:00 CBS News (c) 7:30 Daktari (c) 8:30 Red Skelton (c/guests Phyllis Diller, and the Rockin' Berries) 9:30 Petticoat Junction 10:00 CBS Reports "The Policeman's Lot" (a look at urban policing) 11:00 News/Weather/Sports 11:25 Movie "The Secret Life of Walter Mitty" (c) 1:40 Movie "New Orleans After Dark" 3:10 News WHYY 12-Edu Wilmington/Philadelphia 9:30 Classroom 12:05 Friendly Giant 12:20 Film Short 12:45 Sing Hi-Sing Lo 1:00 Discovery 1:30 Classroom 3:00 Museum Open House 3:30 Teaching Reading 4:00 International Magazine (Thailand's King Bhumibol and Queen Sirikit shows how the Thai

Royal Family combines tradition with modern living/famine in India/Church unity in England/the last tinker in Ireland/the Angolan conflict/a humorous look at two English women's work with cats in Venice) 5:00 Discovery "Turtles" 5:30 Friendly Giant 5:45 Sing Hi-Sing Lo 6:00 News (Shaw/Lang) 6:30 What's New "The Living Stone" (look at Eskimo carvings) 7:00 Local School Report 7:30 History of Delaware 8:00 Open Mind "Are Our Adoption Procedures Outdated?" (Eric F. Goldman moderates; panelists: author Rael Jean Isaac, McGill University sociologist H. David Kirk, adoption service direcotr Florence Brown, and Child Welfare League of America rep Myron Cherlin) 9:00 USA (in San Francisco with Allen Ginsberg and Lawrence Ferlinghetti) 9:30 Probe "The Young Pioneers" 10:00 Showcase "Art in Our Time: The Beginning" WPHL 17-Ind Philadelphia 9:00 Jack LaLanne 9:30 Bertie & Granny 10:30 Cartoon Capers 11:00 Jack LaLanne 11:30 Love That Bob! noon Jeopardy (c/NBC, not cleared by ch 3) 12:30 Divorce Court 1:30 Let's Make a Deal (c/NBC, same note as noon) 1:55 NBC News 2:00 Movie "Tawny Pipit" 4:00 Georgie Woods 5:00 Eighth Man 5:30 Flash Gordon 5:45 Cartoon Club (Bill Webber) 6:00 Brave Stallion "Girl Scout" 6:30 Tales of Wells Fargo "Diamond Dude" 7:00 Astroboy 7:30 Washington Wrestling 9:30 Arrest & Trial 11:00 Movie "Tight Little Island" WIBF 29-Ind Philadelphia noon Donna Reed 12:30 Father Knows Best 1:00 Scarlett Hill 1:30 December Bride 2:00 Film Drama "Mimi" 2:30 Movie "I Wake Up Screaming" 4:00 Never Too Young 4:25 Arlene Dahl (c) 4:30 Where the Action is (ABC, not cleared by 6/guests the Ventures, Lou Christie, Paul Revere & the Raiders, and Steve Alaimo) 5:00 US Marshal 5:30 Fun Club (Ron Polao) 6:20 Californians 6:50 Sports/Weather/News 7:30 Five Fingers 8:30 Untouchables

9:30 Naked City 10:30 Great War 11:00 News/Sports/Weather 11:20 Film Drama 11:50 Film Drama "Cardboard Casanova" WUHY 35-Edu Philadelphia Not listed, station airs programs weekdays 9:30am-3pm WKBS 48-Ind Philadelphia 11:30 Dickory Doc (c) 1:00 Movie "The Scarf" 3:00 Topper 3:30 Captain Philadelphia (c) 5:00 Mickey Mouse Club 5:30 Superman 6:00 Lloyd Thaxton (c) 7:00 Soupy Sales 7:30 Adventure "Voyage of the Coral Queen" (c) 8:00 Islands in the Sun "Isle of the Pirates" (c) 8:30 American West "Santa Barbara-Festival City" (c) 9:00 Roller Derby 10:00 News/Weather/Sports 10:30 Spring Training Report (c/Stu Nahan) 10:35 Sports (Stu again) 11:00 Movie "The Unholy Wife" Given that "Girl Talk" was a half-hour show, what aired on Ch. 6 at noon? It seems strange, too, that they chose the NBC show, "Let's Play Post Office", over ABC's "Father Knows Best" at 12:30. Even with the "Jeopardy!" lead-in on the Peacock Network, and a host who'd had some success with a midday game show (Don Morrow with "Camouflage") a few years earlier, "Post Office" tanked in a hurry; running from Sept. 27, 1965 to July 1, 1966. Channel 3 reminds me of WSB before it became an ABC affiliate; it routinely pre-empted "Jeopardy!" (or whatever NBC was carrying at noon) for local news, then pre-empted the 12:30 and 1:30 shows as well, until "Days Of Our Lives" went to an hour. The last time, to my knowledge, that WSB carried an NBC show at 12:30 was "It Could Be You", which was canceled in December 1961; it would not carry another network show at 12:30 until it got ABC and "Ryan's Hope" in 1980. Retro: Atlanta/Chattanooga/Macon Wednesday, April 18, 1973 From TV Guide, Georgia (Atlanta) Edition: WSB Ch. 2 Atlanta (NBC) 6:20 Town And Country 6:25 Farm News 6:30 Navy Film

7 AM Today (Charlton Heston; sportswriter Joseph Durso on the 50th anniversary of Yankee Stadium, taking place that day) 9 AM Today In Georgia 10 AM Dinah's Place (James Brown participates in a discussion of street gangs; an ex-gang leader also participates) 10:30 Baffle (Karen Valentine, John Davidson) 11 AM Sale Of The Century 11:30 Hollywood Squares (Marty Allen, Pearl Bailey, Ernest Borgnine, John Davidson, Ted Knight, Leslie Uggams, Karen Valentine, Charley Weaver, Paul Lynde) 12 N News 12:30 Merv Griffin (from the set of "The Man Who Loved Cat Dancing" in Gila, AZ: Burt Reynolds, Sarah Miles, George Hamilton, Lee J. Cobb, Jack Warden) 2 PM Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 3:30 Return To Peyton Place 4 PM Somerset 4:30 Truth Or Consequences 5 PM Perry Mason 6 PM News 7 PM NBC News (John Chancellor) 7:30 Adam-12 (week-behind delay from 8 PM) 8 PM Movie: "The Young Doctors" (Dick Clark has a role in this one, from '61) 10 PM Search (Maurice Evans and David White from "Bewitched" appear in this episode) 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show 1 AM News WRCB Ch. 3 Chattanooga (NBC) 7 AM Today 9 AM Phil Donahue (Dr. Maxwell Maltz, author of "The Search For Self-Respect") 9:50 Fashions In Sewing 10 AM Dinah's Place 10:30 Baffle 11 AM Sale Of The Century 11:30 Hollywood Squares 12 N Jeopardy! 12:30 Who, What Or Where 12:55 NBC News (Floyd Kalber) 1 PM Merry-Go-Round 1:30 Three On A Match 2 PM Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 3:30 Return To Peyton Place 4 PM Somerset 4:30 Movie: "The Raid" (true story about an 1864 raid on St. Albans, VT, by Canadian-based Confederates) 6 PM News

6:30 NBC News 7 PM Truth Or Consequences 7:30 Bobby Goldsboro (guest: Ray Stevens) 8 PM Adam-12 8:30 Banacek 10 PM Search 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show WAGA Ch. 5 Atlanta (CBS) 6 AM Sunrise Semester: "The Heavenly Twins-Astronomy And Astrology" 6:30 Emory University 7 AM CBS News (John Hart) 7:30 Atlanta A.M. 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Phil Donahue 10 AM Joker's Wild 10:30 $10,000 Pyramid 11 AM Gambit 11:30 Love Of Life 11:55 Weather 12 N News 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM Secret Storm (delay from 4 PM) 1:30 As The World Turns 2 PM Guiding Light 2:30 Edge Of Night 3 PM Price Is Right 3:30 It's Your Bet 4 PM The Virginian 5:30 I Love Lucy 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News (Walter Cronkite) 7 PM News 7:30 Bobby Goldsboro (guest: Lynn Anderson) 8 PM Sonny And Cher Comedy Hour (guests: Robert Goulet and the Temptations) 9 PM Medical Center 10 PM Cannon 11 PM News 11:30 CBS Movie: "The Tiger Makes Out" (no, this isn't Tiger Woods' extracurricular activity Smiley WGTV Ch. 8 Athens/Atlanta (PBS) In-school programs until 4 PM Sesame Street 5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 5:30 Electric Company 6 PM Sesame Street 7 PM Zoom 7:30 Why! (topic: aid to Hanoi) 8 PM Georgia Forum

9 PM Lenox Quartet: Haydn Opus 20 9:30 Turning Points (Pennsylvania insurance commissioner Herbert S. Denenberg, a critic of medical practice in the state--he has called some doctors incompetent, said that some hospitals do not provide adequate care, and on some occasions has denied health-insurance increases) 10 PM Soul! (guests: the Spinners, who do their then-latest hit, "Could It Be I'm Falling In Love?" as well as "I'll Be Around"; the Jimmy Castor Bunch, doing "Troglodyte" and a jazzed-up version of "The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face") 11 PM Janaki (head and neck massage) WTVC Ch. 9 Chattanooga (ABC) 7 AM Country Music 7:30 New Zoo Revue 8 AM Funtime 9 AM News 9:30 The Virginian 11 AM I Love Lucy 11:30 Bewitched 12 N Password (Dick Gautier, Susan Oliver) 12:30 Split Second 1 PM All My Children 1:30 Let's Make A Deal 2 PM Newlywed Game 2:30 Dating Game 3 PM General Hospital 3:30 One Life To Live 4 PM Love, American Style 4:30 Green Acres 5 PM Bonanza 6 PM News 6:30 ABC News (Howard K. Smith/Harry Reasoner) 7 PM Big Valley 8 PM Easter Special 8:30 Shenyang Acrobatic Troupe 10 PM Owen Marshall, Counselor At Law (Russell "the Professor" Johnson appears in this episode) 11 PM News 11:30 Dick Cavett (recently-freed POWs) WQXI (WXIA) Ch. 11 Atlanta (ABC) 7 AM Cartoons 8:30 My Favorite Martian 9 AM Hazel 9:30 Dick Van Dyke (guest: Jack Carter) 10 AM Courtship Of Eddie's Father 10:30 Love, American Style (day-behind) 11 AM One Life To Live (day-behind) 11:30 Bewitched 12 N News 12:30 Split Second 1 PM All My Children 1:30 Let's Make A Deal

2 PM Newlywed Game 2:30 Dating Game 3 PM General Hospital 3:30 Movie: "I Wake Up Screaming" 5 PM Bonanza 6 PM News 6:30 ABC News 7 PM What's My Line? (Gene Rayburn, Melba Tolliver, Mark Goodson, Arlene Francis) 7:30 To Tell The Truth (Kitty Carlisle, Peggy Cass, Bill Cullen, Gene Shalit) 8 PM Paul Lynde Show 8:30 Shenyang Acrobatic Troupe 10 PM Owen Marshall, Counselor At Law 11 PM News 11:40 Untouchables 12:40 News WDEF Ch. 12 Chattanooga (CBS) 6:25 Sunrise Semester 6:55 Farm Report 7 AM CBS News 7:30 Morning Show 8:30 Romper Room 9 AM Captain Kangaroo 10 AM Joker's Wild 10:30 $10,000 Pyramid 11 AM Gambit 11:30 Love Of Life 11:55 CBS News (Douglas Edwards) 12 N News 12:20 Paul Harvey (what fills 12:25-12:30 isn't listed) 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM Beat The Clock (guest: Gisele MacKenzie) 1:30 As The World Turns 2 PM Guiding Light 2:30 Edge Of Night 3 PM Price Is Right 3:30 Hollywood's Talking 4 PM Secret Storm 4:30 Merv Griffin (Tony Martin, Edward Albert, Francesca Hilton (Zsa Zsa Gabor's daughter), Mark Harmon, psychoanalysts Charles Wahl and Burton Wixon, authors of a book about children of the rich) 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Dragnet 7:30 To Tell The Truth (Kitty Carlisle, Peggy Cass, Bill Cullen, Larry Blyden) 8 PM Sonny And Cher Comedy Hour 9 PM Medical Center 10 PM Cannon 11 PM News

11:30 CBS Movie: "The Tiger Makes Out" WMAZ Ch. 13 Macon (CBS/ABC) 6:50 News 7 AM CBS News 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Let's Talk It Over 9:30 General Hospital 10 AM Joker's Wild 10:30 $10,000 Pyramid 11 AM Gambit 11:30 Love Of Life 11:55 CBS News 12 N Young And The Restless 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM Almanac 1:15 Date With Del 1:30 As The World Turns 2 PM Guiding Light 2:30 Edge Of Night 3 PM Price Is Right 3:30 Hollywood's Talking 4 PM Secret Storm 4:30 Bonanza 5:30 To Tell The Truth (Kitty Carlisle, Peggy Cass, Bill Cullen, Gene Rayburn) 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Truth Or Consequences 7:30 Hollywood Squares (Sandy Duncan, Buddy Hackett, Shirley Jones, Rose Marie, Tony Randall, Jean Stapleton, Wally Cox, Charley Weaver, Paul Lynde) 8 PM Sonny And Cher Comedy Hour 9 PM Medical Center 10 PM Cannon 11 PM News 11:30 CBS Movie: "The Tiger Makes Out" WDCO Ch. 15 (WMUM Ch. 29) Cochran/ WCLP (WNGH) Ch. 18 Chatsworth (PBS) In-school programs until 4 PM Sesame Street 5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 5:30 Electric Company 6 PM Sesame Street 7 PM Coach Lawson 7:30 Why! 8 PM Georgia Forum 9 PM Behind The Lines 9:30 Decision: The Conflicts Of Harry S Truman (he discusses the 1948 blockade of Berlin, when the Communists cut off all ground access into the city and threatened it with starvation)

10 PM America '73 (a then-recent House investigation of urban crime is the framework for discussions of shootouts in a Brooklyn store and New Orleans motel during the winter of 1972-73) sign off 11 PM WTCG (WPCH) Ch. 17 Atlanta (Ind.) 7 AM Little Rascals 8 AM Flintstones 8:30 Banana Splits 9 AM New Zoo Revue 9:30 Romper Room 10 AM Cartoon Carnival 10:30 Donna Reed 11 AM Living Easy With Dr. Joyce Brothers 11:30 Mike Douglas (co-host Fernando Lamas, Norm Crosby, singer Marilyn Maye, magician Larry Lewis) 1 PM Movie: "Bond Street" 3 PM Jeff's Collie (the Tommy Rettig "Lassie"s) 3:30 Flintstones 4 PM Leave It To Beaver 4:30 Petticoat Junction 5 PM Andy Griffith 5:30 Beverly Hillbillies 6 PM Wild Wild West 7 PM Rifleman 7:30 Andy Griffith 8 PM Movie: "The Crowd Roars" 10 PM Outdoor Outlines 10:30 Championship Fishing 11 PM Twilight Zone (Keenan Wynn as a playwright who brings his characters to life) 11:30 Movie: "The Maze" 1:05 Movie: "Bond Street" WETV (WPBA) Ch. 30 Atlanta (PBS) In-school programs until 4 PM Sesame Street 5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 5:30 Electric Company 6 PM Earthkeeping (kids' show with an environmental focus) 6:30 Firing Line (topic: should women be drafted? Phyllis Schlafly says no, NOW's Dr. Ann Scott says yes) 7:30 Cinema Showcase (first of two interviews with Frank Capra) 8 PM America '73 9 PM Lenox Quartet: Haydn Opus 20 9:30 Turning Points 10 PM Soul! 11 PM Morehouse College Presents sign off 11:30 PM WCWB (WMGT) Ch. 41 Macon (NBC)

7 AM Today 9 AM Romper Room 9:30 Not For Women Only (third of five on women in Washington; guests are Sally Quinn and Washington Post columnist Vera Glaser) 10 AM Dinah's Place 10:30 Baffle 11 AM Sale Of The Century 11:30 Hollywood Squares 12 N Jeopardy! 12:30 Who, What Or Where 12:55 NBC News 1 PM News 1:30 Three On A Match 2 PM Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 3:30 Return To Peyton Place 4 PM Somerset 4:30 Addams Family 5 PM Western Star Theater 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News 7 PM Real McCoys 7:30 Felony Squad 8 PM Adam-12 8:30 Banacek 10 PM Search 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show 1 AM News WTCI Ch. 45 Chattanooga (PBS) In-school programs until 4:30 Carrascolendas 5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 5:30 Electric Company 6 PM Sesame Street 7 PM Hodgepodge Lodge 7:30 Playing The Guitar 8 PM America '73 9 PM Lenox Quartet: Haydn Opus 20 9:30 Turning Points sign off 10 PM WHAE (WGCL) Ch. 46 Atlanta (Ind.) 3:30 Warm-Up (music) 4 PM This Is The Life 4:30 Fury 5 PM Mr. Piper 5:30 Dennis The Menace 6 PM Jim And Tammy 7 PM Of Lands And Seas (tour of France)

8 PM Kathryn Kuhlman 8:30 Charisma 9 PM 700 Club sign off 11 PM WRIP (WDSI) Ch. 61 Chattanooga (Ind.) 1 PM Tell It And Sell It 2 PM Testimony Time 3 PM Star Playhouse 3:30 Cartoon Carnival 4 PM Movie: "The Sharkfighters" 6 PM Movie: "Bringing Up Baby" 8 PM Movie: "Angel Face" 10 PM Movie: "Annie Oakley" (Barbara Stanwyck, not Gail Davis, here) 11:30 Movie: "The Sharkfighters" 1:30 Star Playhouse Retro: Dallas/Ft. Worth Saturday, April 12, 1980 From TV Guide, Dallas/Ft. Worth Edition: KDFW Ch. 4 (CBS) 5 AM News 5:30 Sunrise Semester: "Learning To Write/ Writing To Learn" 6 AM For Our Times (CBS religious program with Douglas Edwards, delay from Sun 9:30 AM) 6:30 Animal World 7 AM New Adventures Of Mighty Mouse And Heckle And Jeckle 8 AM Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Show 9:30 All New Popeye Hour 10:30 New Fat Albert Show 11 AM Shazam! 11:30 Tarzan And The Super 7 12:30 30 Minutes (topic: the SATs) 1 PM Movie: "Damn The Defiant!" 3 PM The Masters (third round--Seve Ballesteros would win and, at 23, be the youngest person to wear the green jacket until 21-year-old Tiger Woods did it in 1997) 5 PM Homestyle Champions (off-beat motor sports: tractor pulls, snowmobile races on frozen lakes, off-road races) 5:30 CBS News (Bob Schieffer) 6 PM News 6:30 4-Country Reporter 7 PM Tim Conway Show (guest: Susan Anton) 8 PM CBS Movie: "Magnum Force" (Clint Eastwood as Dirty Harry, from '73) 10:25 News 10:55 Best Of The Dean Martin Show 11:55 Dance Fever (judges: Ray Bolger, Jayne Kennedy, David Hasselhoff (then appearing on "The Young And The Restless");

the Ritchie Family performs) 12:25 Movie: "Lord Jim" 3:30 News KXAS Ch. 5 (NBC) 6:30 Better Way 7 AM Super Globetrotters 7:30 Casper And The Angels 8 AM Fred And Barney Meet The Shmoo 9:30 Jetsons 10 AM Daffy Duck 10:30 Jonny Quest 11 AM Godzilla 11:30 Flash Gordon 12 N Soul Train (guests: the Spinners and Con funk shun) 1 PM People Test (Dr. Frank Field poses frequentlyasked questions about the 1980 census to a panel of census officials; for example, if there is a legal obligation to fill out a census form) 1:30 Emergency! 2:30 This Week In Baseball 3 PM Baseball Warm-Up 3:15 Baseball: Dodgers-Astros 6 PM Hee Haw (Billy Graham, Tennessee Ernie Ford, Jimmie Rodgers and his daughter Michelle, Bobby Butler, time approximate) 7 PM BJ And The Bear 9 PM Sneak Preview...The Oscar Race (David Sheehan, Judith Crist, Rex Reed, Irv Kupcinet, Liz Smith, and James Bacon preview the 1980 Academy Awards and Jimmy the Greek offers odds on the nomineees--wonder if he picked Best Picture--"Ordinary People"?) 10 PM News 10:30 Variety Club Telethon (Dennis James hosts, to 5 PM Sun) WFAA Ch. 8 (ABC) 6:30 Country Daybreak 7 AM The World's Greatest Superfriends 8 AM Plastic Man Comedy/Adventure Show 9:30 Scooby And Scrappy Doo 10:30 Captain Caveman 11 AM ABC Weekend Special: "The Winged Colt" (Part 2 of 3) 11:30 Peppermint Place (and "American Bandstand" gets blacked out in the Metroplex) 12 N Probe 12:30 WCT Tennis: Jimmy Connors vs. Hans Gildemeister 1:30 Baseball: Decade Of Transition (the '70s: Hank Aaron's 715th home run, Pete Rose's 44-game hitting streak, the sixth game of the '75 World Series between the Red Sox and the Reds) 2:30 Pro Bowlers Tour (King Louie Open from Kansas City) 4 PM Wide World Of Sports (WBC featherweight championship: champ Salvador Sanchez vs. Rubin Castillo, 15 rounds, from Tucson--Sanchez won and remained champ until 1982)

5:30 Que Pasa? 6 PM News 6:30 Saturday (Michael Brown interviews Eddie Chiles, owner of the Western Company) 7 PM Angie 7:30 Goodtime Girls 8 PM Love Boat (passengers: Demond Wilson, Telma Hopkins, Sydney Goldsmith, Jimmie Walker, Alex Cord, Nancy McKeon) 9 PM Fantasy Island (guests: David Doyle and Eve Plumb) 10 PM News 10:30 Movie: "The Doomsday Flight" 12:20 News 12:50 Movie: "Beast From 20,000 Fathoms" 2:20 Movie: "Grizzly And The Treasure" 4 AM Movie: "Strange Lady In Town" 6:10 TBA KTVT Ch. 11 (Ind.) 8:30 News In Review 9 AM Extension '80 9:30 Hobab (kids' show) 10 AM Political Talk (Republican) 10:15 Los Tiempos 10:30 What About People? 11 AM Political Talk (Democratic) 11:15 Time Out With Scott 11:30 Parents In Action 12 N Signs Of The Times 12:30 Voter's Digest 1 PM Movie: "Block-Heads" (Laurel and Hardy) 3 PM Fiesta Mexicana 3:30 Variedades Musicales 4 PM Newton/Weaver Western Hour (country music) 5 PM Lawrence Welk (the music of Cole Porter) 6 PM Real McCoys 6:30 Make Room For Daddy 7 PM Pop Goes The Country 7:30 That Nashville Music (Rex Allen Sr. and Jr., Sammi Smith, Buddy Spicher) 8 PM Nashville On The Road (guest: Barbara Fairchild) 8:30 Porter Wagoner 9 PM High Chaparral 10 PM Wrestling 11:30 Ironside 12:30 News KERA Ch. 13 (PBS) 6 AM Captioned ABC News 6:30 Washington Week In Review 7 AM Government 8 AM English 9 AM Sesame Street 10 AM Electric Company 10:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

11 AM Business 12 N Government 1 PM English 2 PM History 3 PM Psychology 4 PM Science 5 PM Humanities 6 PM Camera Three (sculptor and filmmaker Hans Richter on a program that first aired on CBS in 1973) 6:30 Sneak Previews 7 PM Ten Who Dared (Alexander von Humboldt's exploration of the Orinoco River basin in Venezuela in 1789-Humboldt is considered the father of modern geography) 8 PM Live From The Met: "Don Carlo" (Verdi opera written in 1867) 11:30 Dick Cavett (conductor Lorin Maazel) 12 M Dick Cavett (Alvin Toffler, author of "The Third Wave") 12:30 Mystery! ("The Racing Game: Odds Against," Part 1 of 3 based on a Dick Francis novel) 1:30 American Short Story (Olivia Cole and James Bond III in Edward J. Gaines' "The Sky Is Gray") 2:30 Camera Three (repeat of 6 PM broadcast) 3 AM The World At War 4 AM National Geographic ("Super-Liners: Twilight Of An Era" includes a voyage aboard the QE2) 5 AM Bill Moyers' Journal (the May election for a seat on the Texas Railroad Commission, the state's energy-regulation agency) KXTX Ch. 39 (Ind.) 6:30 Hot Fudge 7 AM Woody Woodpecker 7:30 Aquaman 8 AM Backyard (religion) 8:30 The Hulk 9 AM Captain America 9:30 Movie: "Keep 'Em Flying" (Abbott and Costello) 11 AM Movie: "The Outcast" (John Derek, Jim (Jock Ewing) Davis, from '54) 1 PM Movie: "Stage To Mesa City" (Lash LaRue, from '48) 2 PM Wagon Train 3 PM Bonanza 4 PM Rawhide 5 PM Cheyenne 6 PM Big Valley 7 PM Movie: "So Proudly We Hail!" (Claudette Colbert is the star of this '43 film about Red Cross nurses in the Philippines during World War II, but George Reeves made such an impression that producer Mark Sandrich had big plans for him. However, Reeves was drafted and while he was in the Army, Sandrich died. Years later, playing Superman, Reeves told Jack Larson, "If Mark Sandrich had lived, I wouldn't be wearing this monkey suit" (referring to the costume).) 9:30 12 O'Clock High 10:30 Stanley Cup Playoff (first-round game, taped)

Retro: Phoenix/Flagstaff Sat, Apr 14, 1979 from TV Guide-Phoenix edition KOAI 2-NBC Flagstaff 7:00 Godzilla 8:30 Daffy Duck 9:00 Fred & Barney Meet the Shmoo 9:30 Jetsons 10:00 Buford & the Galloping Ghost 10:30 Fabulous Funnies 11:00 Great Parsoni 11:30 Marlo & the Magic Movie Machine noon Baseball Warm-Up 12:15 Baseball: Philadelphia-NY Mets (alt game: St. Louis-Pittsburgh) 3:00 Soul Train (guests Isaac Hayes and Tasha Thomas) 4:00 La Voz Mexicana 5:00 NBC Nightly News 5:30 High School Highlights 6:00 Hee Haw Honeys (guest Johnny Russell) 6:30 Copper State Cavalcade (was this syndied in Tucson?) 7:00 CHiPs 8:00 BJ & the Bear 9:00 Supertrain 10:00 Sha Na Na (guest Johnny Tillotson) 10:30 Saturday Night Live (host Milton Berle/music by Ornette Coleman) KTVK 3-ABC Phoenix 6:30 Carrascolendas 7:00 Infinity Factory 7:30 Superfriends 9:00 Fangface 9:30 Pink Panther 10:00 ABC Weekend Special "The Escape of a One-Ton Pet" (pt 1) 10:30 American Bandstand (guests Arpeggio and Edwin Starr) 11:30 Pets on Parade noon 21st Century Native Americans 12:30 Star Trek 1:30 Pro Bowling: Midas Golden Challenge 3:00 ABC Wide World of Sports: Mike Rossman (36-4-2) defends his WBA light-heavyweight belt against the man he beat, Victor Galindez (52-5-4) in a 15-round tili from New Orleans; this match, originally scheduled for Feb 24th, was postponed due to a WBA-Nevada Boxing Commission turf war 4:30 Untamed World 5:00 Lawrence Welk (Easter/Passover show) 6:00 Total News 6:30 City Talk 7:00 Easter Bunny is Comin' to Town 8:00 Love Boat (2 hrs) 10:00 Total News 10:30 Star Trek (x2) KPHO 5-Ind Phoenix Programs may be pre-empted due to NBA Playoff coverage 5:00 FBI cont'd

5:30 Night Gallery 6:00 Lucy Show 6:30 Hot Fudge 7:00 Jetsons 7:30 Josie & the Pussycats 8:00 Jonny Quest 8:30 Valley of the Dinosaurs 9:00 Movie "Fighting Trouble" (bw) 10:30 Movie "The Magic Voyage of Sinbad" noon Movie "Black Gold" 2:00 Movie "An Elephant Called Slowly" 4:00 Bionic Woman 5:00 Sha Na Na (guests the Shirelles) 5:30 Dolly (guests Marilyn McCoo & Billy Davis Jr.) 6:00 Hee Haw (guests John Hartford and Moe Bandy) 7:00 Hee Haw Honeys (guest Loretta Lynn; did many stations air these two back-to-back?) 7:30 Year of the Dragon 8:00 Movie "The Man on the Outside" (pilot for Griff) 10:00 Eyewitness News 10:30 Movie "Goodbye, Mr. Chips" 1:00 Movie "You Can't Cheat an Honest Man" (bw) 2:30 News 3:00 Ironside 4:00 Jack Benny (bw) 4:30 FBI KAET 8-PBS Tempe 6:30 Captioned ABC News 7:00 Sesame Street 8:00 Big Blue Marble 8:30 Studio See 9:00 Museum Backroom 9:30 Freestyle 10:00 Rainbow's End 10:30 Exceptional Child 11:00 Open Math 11:30 Latina Americana noon Pro Soccer 1:00 Once Upon a Classic "A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court" 2:00 Sneak Previews 2:30 Turnabout 3:00 Austin City Limits (the Texas sound with guests Alvin Crow & the Pleasant Valley Boys, and Marcia Ball) 4:00 Kup's Show (guests Joel Grey, Jack Carter, and David Doyle) 5:00 Washington Week in Review 5:30 Wall Street Week 6:00 Economically Speaking 6:30 Arizona Weekly 7:00 Hollywood Television Theatre "And the Soul Shall Dance" 8:30 Paul Jacobs: An Addendum (a follow-up to Paul Jacobs & the Nuclear Gang) 9:00 Royal Heritage (pt 1 of a series showing off the treasures of the British monarchy) 10:00 Movie "Easter Parade" KOOL 10-CBS Phoenix 5:30 Sesame Semester: Ancient Egyptian Art 6:00 Popeye

7:00 Bugs Bunny/Road Runner 8:30 Tarzan/Super 7 10:00 Space Academy 10:30 Fat Albert 11:00 Ark II 11:30 30 Minutes (Christopher Glenn reports on driver's ed, and Betsy Aaron looks at programs to help runaways) noon Ninos Contentos 1:00 Chapter Ten 1:30 Life Around Us 2:00 Golf: The Masters 4:00 Great Adventure 5:00 Face the State 5:30 CBS Evening News 6:00 KOOL News 10 6:30 Copper State Cavalcade 7:00 America's Junior Miss Pageant (Hal Linden hosts the 22nd annual event from Mobile) 8:00 Movie "Cold Turkey" 10:00 KOOL News 10 10:30 College Football: Arizona State intramural action (same-day tape) 12:30 Movie "Whatever Happened to Baby Jane?" (bw) 3:00 Movie "Under Mexicali Stars" (bw) 4:10 News KTAR 12-NBC Phoenix 6:00 Alvin & the Chipmunks 6:30 Fantastic Four 7:00 Godzilla 8:30 Daffy Duck 9:00 Fred & Barney Meet the Shmoo 9:30 Jetsons 10:00 Buford & the Galloping Ghost 10:30 Fabulous Funnies 11:00 Outdoors with Julius Boros 11:30 Sports Afield noon Baseball Warm-Up 12:15 Baseball: Philadelphia-NY Mets (alt game: St. Louis-Pittsburgh) 3:00 Women's Tennis: Family Circle Cup semis 4:00 Mary Tyler Moore 4:30 That (Good Ole) Nashville Music (guests the Statler Brothers, Barbara Mandrell, and Johnny Gimble) 5:00 NBC Nightly News 5:30 Action News 6:00 Muppet Show (guest Liberace) 6:30 Family Feud 7:00 CHiPs 8:00 BJ & the Bear 9:00 Supertrain 10:00 Action News 10:30 Saturday Night Live mid. Juke-Box (Twiggy welcomes Sailor, Climax Blues Band, and David Essex) 12:30 Movie "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes" KPAX 21-Rel Phoenix 5:00 Dan Griffin 5:30 Oral Roberts

6:00 Love Special 7:00 Adventures in Life 8:00 Praise the Lord 9:00 Backyard 9:30 Puppet Tree Gang 10:00 Backyard 10:30 Davey & Goliath 11:00 Praise the Lord noon Today in Bible Prophecy 1:00 Pass It On 1:30 Deaf World 2:00 Indians Ought to Know 2:30 Esta es la Vida (This is the Life en espanol) 3:00 Un Camino Mejor 3:30 Vida en Cristo 4:00 Rex Humbard (given the bookends, likely the Espanol version) 5:00 Demos Gloria a Dios 7:00 Felicidad 7:30 Faith That Sings 8:00 Broadcast 8:30 Living Word 9:00 Film 11:00 Love Special mid. Ever Increasing Faith 1:00 Holiday at Melodyland 1:30 Good Life 2:00 Spirit Song 2:30 Roger MacDuff 3:00 Church Service 4:00 Church in the Home KOAI 2-NBC Flagstaff 7:00 Godzilla ...okeh, KOAI wasn't running NBC's calendestine repeat of The Bay City Rollers Show at 6:30 Grin ... Quote 11:30 Marlo & the Magic Movie Machine ...good kid's show. Easily qualify for an E/I today. Did I read somewhere that the master tapes of this one no longer exist? Pity if true... Quote 10:30 Saturday Night Live (host Milton Berle/music by Ornette Coleman) ...Ornette Coleman was the musical guest for Berle Night??? No wonder things went awry Grin ... Quote KPHO 5-Ind Phoenix 5:30 Night Gallery ...first time I've ever seen Night Gallery in early mornings... Quote KTAR 12-NBC Phoenix mid. Juke-Box (Twiggy welcomes Sailor, Climax Blues Band, and David Essex) ...of course, none of those acts were in the studio with Twiggy, since the music for this series was cribbed from old episodes of London Weekend's Supersonic; the episode listings at http://homepage.ntlworld.com/e.watkins/musictv/Supersonic.htm suggest the music for this broadcast came from the 4 October 1976 LWT program... ...interesting to note no presence of a wrestling show, as I know Verne Gagne was running AWA cards in Phoenix for years. Did any of the stations (KPHO?) perhaps run All-Star Wrestling on

Friday nights or Sundays instead (like WCIU/26 Chicago did)?... Retro: Dallas/Ft. Worth Monday, April 14, 1980 By request, from TV Guide, Dallas/Ft. Worth Edition: KDFW Ch. 4 (CBS) 4:45 News 5 AM Joyce Davidson 5:30 Sunrise Semester: "1400 Years Of Islam" (appropriate with the Iranian hostage crisis going on) 6 AM Morning With Bob Schieffer 7 AM Captain Kangaroo (Ch. 4 may have been taking the Eastern time zone feed; I have nothing to compare this against.) 8 AM Dinah! & Friends (Mike Farrell, Don Adams, Dottie West, community worker Adrian Miranda, Ken Minyard) 9 AM The Jeffersons 9:30 Whew! (Jamie Farr, Trish Stewart) 9:55 CBS News (Douglas Edwards) 10 AM Price Is Right 11 AM Young And The Restless 12 N News 12:30 Search For Tomorrow (in the East, SFT was airing at 12:30; Y&R, at 1) 1 PM As The World Turns 2 PM Guiding Light 3 PM Rhoda 3:30 One Day At A Time (delay from 3 PM) 4 PM Sanford And Son 4:30 Carol Burnett And Friends 5 PM News 5:30 CBS News (Walter Cronkite) 6 PM News 6:30 Newlywed Game 7 PM WKRP In Cincinnati 7:30 Stockard Channing 8 PM M*A*S*H 8:30 Flo 9 PM Lou Grant 10 PM News 10:30 All In The Family 11 PM Harry O (if I know Ch. 4, this is a week-behind delay from 10:30) 12:10 McCloud (likewise, I suspect this is a week-behind delay from 11:40) 1:50 News 2:20 4-Country Reporter (rerun of Saturday's show) KXAS Ch. 5 (NBC) 6 AM Encounter '80 6:30 Good Morning (Ed Pewitt) 7 AM Today (Tom Brokaw/Jane Pauley)

9 AM Charlie Rose 9:30 Donahue (topic: men's sexual fantasies) 10:30 Wheel Of Fortune 11 AM Chain Reaction (Constance McCashin, Richard Paul, Robert Walden, Jo Anne Worley) 11:30 Password Plus (Bill Anderson, Elaine Joyce, Allen Ludden is still hosting) 12 N Days Of Our Lives 1 PM The Doctors 1:30 Another World 3 PM Merv Griffin (Mac Davis, Andrew Lloyd Webber, Tommy James (of Tommy James and the Shondells)) 4:30 M*A*S*H 5 PM News 5:30 NBC News (John Chancellor/David Brinkley) 6 PM News 6:30 Muppet Show (guest: Carol Channing) 7 PM Little House On The Prairie 9 PM Pilot: "The Buffalo Soldiers" 10 PM News 10:30 Tonight Show (Bob Newhart subs for Johnny; comic Bobby Kelton) 12 M Tomorrow (Judith Krantz and her husband Steve, a producer) 1 AM Odd Couple 1:30 Charlie Rose 2 AM News WFAA Ch. 8 (ABC) 6 AM Country Daybreak 6:15 Dallas Lift 6:30 Peppermint Place 7 AM Good Morning America (Scott Baio is a guest; David Hartman hosts) 9 AM People (Michael Brown) 9:30 Edge Of Night (delay from 3 PM) 10 AM Laverne & Shirley 10:30 Family Feud 11 AM $20,000 Pyramid (Judy Norton-Taylor, Brian Patrick Clarke) 11:30 Ryan's Hope 12 N All My Children (yes, Ch. 8 was airing it in-pattern then) 1 PM One Life To Live 2 PM General Hospital 3 PM Movie: "The Oscar" (tonight is Oscar night) 5 PM News 5:30 ABC World News Tonight 6 PM News 6:30 PM Magazine 7 PM Olivia Newton-John's Hollywood Nights (guests: Gene Kelly, Elton John, Ted Knight, Andy Gibb, Karen Carpenter, Peaches (of Peaches and Herb, I presume), Toni Tennille, Tina Turner, Dick Clark, Cliff Richard) 8 PM 52nd Annual Academy Awards (Johnny Carson hosts; "Ordinary People" gets Best Picture) 11 PM News (time approximate) 11:30 Movie: "Reflections In A Golden Eye"

1:35 Nightline (delay from 11:30 PM) 1:55 News 2:25 Barney Miller (delay from 11:50 PM) 3 AM Police Woman (delay from 12:25 AM) 4:10 Movie: "Unknown Wilderness" 5:30 People (rerun of 9 AM show) KTVT Ch. 11 (Ind.) 6:40 News 7 AM Slam Bang Theatre 8 AM Krofft Superstars 8:30 New Zoo Revue 9 AM Leave It To Beaver 9:30 My Three Sons 10 AM Maverick (watch for Dawn Wells in this Jack Kelly episode) 11 AM Ironside 12 N News 12:30 Movie: "In Search Of Gregory" 2:30 Popeye & Friends 3:30 Banana Splits 4 PM Bugs And Porky 4:30 Gilligan's Island 5 PM I Love Lucy 5:30 Dick Van Dyke 6 PM Bewitched 6:30 Adam-12 7 PM Gunsmoke 8 PM Mary Tyler Moore 8:30 Bob Newhart 9 PM Movie: "The Honkers" (news interrupts the movie at 10; movie resumes at 10:15) 11 PM Movie: "Barbary Coast" (nothing to do with the 1975 ABC series, AFAIK--it was made in 1935 and was largely a romantic story about early-20thcentury San Francisco) 1 AM News KERA Ch. 13 (PBS) 5:45 AM Weather 6 AM Wall Street Week 6:30 Government 7 AM English 7:30 History 8 AM News Day 8:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 9 AM Sesame Street 10 AM Electric Company 10:30 In-school programs 12 N English 12:30 Villa Alegre 1 PM In-school programs 3 PM English 3:30 Over Easy

4 PM 3-2-1 Contact 4:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 5 PM Sesame Street 6 PM Another Voice 6:30 MacNeil/Lehrer Report 7 PM News Day 7:30 Alistair Cooke's America (the "old American dream" vs. the "new American reality") 8 PM Memories Of Eubie (celebration of the music of Eubie Blake, with singers Alberta Hunter and Lynnie Godfrey, pianist Billy Taylor, tap dancers Gregory and Maurice Hines) 9 PM American Short Story (Flannery O'Connor's "The Displaced Person") 10 PM Opera From San Francisco (Act I of Ponchinelli's "La Gioconda" is performed by Luciano Pavarotti and Renata Scotto) 11 PM Mystery! (rerun of "The Racing Game: Odds Against" by Dick Francis) 12 M Science KXTX Ch. 39 (Ind.) 5:30 Ross Bagley (gospel music) 6 AM Romper Room 6:30 Tom & Jerry 7 AM Bugs Bunny 7:30 Popeye 8 AM Mighty Mouse 8:30 Little Rascals 9 AM 700 Club 10:30 Get Smart 11 AM Marcus Welby, M.D. 12 N Big Valley 1 PM Green Acres 1:30 Andy Griffith 2 PM Superfriends 2:30 Popeye And Bugs Hour 3:30 Flintstones 4 PM Tom & Jerry 5 PM Brady Bunch 5:30 Hogan's Heroes 6 PM Star Trek 7 PM Jim Rockford, Private Investigator ("Rockford Files" reruns) 8 PM 700 Club 9:30 Dwight Thompson (religion) 10 PM Today In Bible Prophecy 10:30 The Bible 11 PM World Of Pentecost 11:30 Life Of Riley sign off 12 M By request, from TV Guide, Dallas/Ft. Worth Edition: KXAS Ch. 5 (NBC) 9 AM Charlie Rose

9:30 Donahue (topic: men's sexual fantasies) 10:30 Wheel Of Fortune 11 AM Chain Reaction (Constance McCashin, Richard Paul, Robert Walden, Jo Anne Worley) 11:30 Password Plus (Bill Anderson, Elaine Joyce, Allen Ludden is still hosting) 12 N Days Of Our Lives 1 PM The Doctors 1:30 Another World Ah yes, the glory days Angry Roll Eyes of the pre-emption happy Ch.5 (if it wasn't mornings without some of NBC's game shows, it was evenings or afternoons with another frickin' Rangers game >ugh<).... I don't know how I missed it, but I didn't realize there was a time that Ch.5 didn't have noon news. And the last few months of the 90-minute Another World; too bad the show lost Harding Lemay as a writer over that. Quote 12 M Tomorrow (Judith Krantz and her husband Steve, a producer) How I wish I could have stayed up for smoke 'n colortinis with Tom back then.... Quote WFAA Ch. 8 (ABC) 9:30 Edge Of Night (delay from 3 PM) I'd almost forgotten that Ch.8 wasn't living up to the title of the show. I really miss Edge. Not another show like it. Quote 11:30 Ryan's Hope 12 N All My Children (yes, Ch. 8 was airing it in-pattern then) 1 PM One Life To Live Same can be said for Ch.8 as with Ch.5, it seemed like they've always had noon news. Who aired The Joker's Wild, Tic Tac Dough and syndie Family Feud in the Metroplex?. IINM, syn Feud was on KDFW/4 in its earliest incarnation (before the more recent non-Dawson or non-Combs array of hosts, whose shows have been on some of the other stations like KDAF/33 (not sure about KTXA/21 or KDFI/27)). As for Joker's Wild and Tic Tac Dough, KDFW/4 would have had the network version for sure, but I don't know whether the syndie versions of those were shown in DFW and if so, who would have shown them. I believe it was in the fall of 1980 that KDFW began airing "Family Feud" (with Dawson) and KXAS, "Tic Tac Dough," at 6:30; I remember that the Dallas network stations' 6:30 programming was identical to St. Louis: "PM Magazine" on the ABC station, "Family Feud" on the CBS one, "Tic Tac Dough" on the NBC one. "Joker's Wild" aired at one point on either Ch. 21 or Ch. 27.

As for "Adam-12" Ch. 8 may very well have picked it up in the later '80s; the lineup you see on Ch. 11 from 5 to 7 is exactly the same as it was when I moved out there in 1976. One other point about the daytime schedules: starting in 1977, KXAS ran "Sanford And Son" at 3:30 PM rather than 9 AM and I don't recall that it ever carried another NBC program at that time (it pre-empted David Letterman's morning show, I know); KXAS also had a noon newscast before "Another World" expanded to 90 minutes; "Days Of Our Lives" aired in-pattern at 12:30, "The Doctors" at 1:30, "Another World" at 2. When I lived in Dallas (1976-79), WFAA ran "Edge Of Night" at 3 until just before we moved and did not have a noon newscast; the only program it pre-empted was "Happy Days" (which it later picked up) at 10 AM in order to run "Peppermint Place." KDFW carried the entire CBS daytime lineup in-pattern during that time. However (and you can see this in this retro), both KDFW and WFAA delayed their networks' late-night programs; KDFW liked to show sitcom reruns at 10:30, and WFAA had a movie at that time. Other than that, the pre-emptions were minimal: KDFW pre-empted CBS's Sunday-morning block of "Lamp Unto My Feet," "Look Up And Live," and "Camera Three" (but did carry "Sunday Morning"); WFAA pre-empted "American Bandstand" and ABC's weekend newscasts, and that's about it. DFW ranks as one of the least pre-emption happy markets I've lived in. Retro: Hartford/Springfield/Providence Wed, Apr 13, 1960 from TV Guide-Western New England edition WTIC 3-CBS Hartford 7:30 Challenge of Capitalism 8:00 Hap Richards 8:15 Captain Kangaroo 9:00 Movie "Lady in the Iron Mask" 10:30 Public Defender 11:00 I Love Lucy 11:30 December Bride noon Love of Life 12:30 Search for Tomorrow 12:45 Guiding Light 1:00 CBS News 1:05 Our Miss Brooks "Twins at School" 1:30 As the World Turns 2:00 For Better or Worse 2:30 House Party 3:00 Millionaire 3:30 Verdict is Yours 4:00 Ranger Andy 4:30 Edge of Night 5:00 Movie "The Little Fugitive" 6:25 Weather 6:30 News (Bruce Kern)

6:40 Sports (Bob Steele) 6:45 CBS News 7:00 Play of the Week "The Cherry Orchard" 9:00 Millionaire "Millionaire Nancy Cortez" 9:30 I've Got a Secret 10:00 Armstrong Circle Theater "The Numbers Racket" 11:00 News/Sports/Weather 11:15 Movie "Forbidden" WBZ 4-NBC Boston (the only Beantown station listed in the edition) 6:00 Continental Classroom 6:30 Sign-On Seminar (Dr. Zulli) 6:45 Daily Almanac 6:55 Weather (Don Kent) 7:00 Today (News/Weather at :25) 9:00 At Home Today (Adams) 9:30 Truth or Consequences 10:00 Dough Re Mi 10:30 Play Your Hunch 11:00 Price is Right (c) 11:30 Concentration noon News/Weather 12:15 Big Brother (Bob Emery) 12:45 Movie "The Big Broadcast of 1937" (pt 1) 2:20 News (Leo Egan) 2:30 Loretta Young 3:00 Young Dr. Malone 3:30 From These Roots 4:00 Thin Man 4:30 Buckskin 5:00 Movie "Ministry of Fear" 6:45 News (Arch Macdonald) 6:55 Weather (Don Kent) 7:00 US Border Patrol "Illicit Lottery" 7:30 Wagon Train "The Jonas Murdock Story" 8:30 Price is Right (c) 9:00 Perry Como's Kraft Music Hall (c/Easter show with guests the Lennon Sisters, Sal Mineo, Johnny Puelo, Dorothy Collins, and Bill Baird with his marionettes) 10:00 This is Your Life (Ralph Edwards pays tribute to a native artist) 10:30 Johnny Midnight "Beyond Infamy" 11:00 News/Weather 11:15 Movies "Valley of the Giants"/"Florida Special" WNHC 8-ABC New Haven 6:15 Sacred Heart 6:30 This, Our Faith 7:00 University of the Air 7:25 News 7:30 Breakfast Time (c) 8:00 Three Stooges 9:00 Ding Dong School 9:30 I Married Joan 10:00 Movie "High Barbaree" noon Restless Gun 12:30 Love That Bob! 1:00 About Faces

1:30 Who Do You Trust? 2:00 Day in Court 2:30 Gale Storm 3:00 Beat the Clock 3:30 Connecticut Bandstand 4:00 American Bandstand 5:00 Popeye (c) 5:55 Clutch Cargo (c) 6:00 Bat Masterson "Three Bullets for Bat" 6:30 Almanac 6:35 Sports (Syd Jaffe) 6:45 News (Dave Kiernan) 6:55 Weather (Jeanne Parr) 7:00 Shotgun Slade "Too Smart to Live" 7:30 US Border Patrol "Rocky Mountain Story" 8:00 US Marshal "Lady Killer" 8:30 Ozzie & Harriet "The Missing Husband" 9:00 Hawaiian Eye "Murder, Anyone?" 10:00 Boxing: from Chicago Stadium, a 10 round welterweight bout between Philly's Sugar Hart (28-5-2, 21 KO) and Filipino boxer Rocky Kalingo (11-3-1, 5 KO) 10:45 Sports (Syd Jaffe) 11:00 News/Sports/Weather 11:15 Movie "Captains of the Clouds" (c) WJAR 10-ABC/NBC Providence 6:30 Continental Classroom (c) 7:00 Today (News/Weather at :25) 9:00 Movie "Once Upon a Time" 10:30 World Around Us 11:00 Price is Right (c) 11:30 Concentration noon Truth or Consequences 12:30 It Could Be You (c) 1:00 Movie "Sleep My Love" 2:30 Loretta Young 3:00 Young Dr. Malone 3:30 From These Roots 4:00 Thin Man 4:30 Buckskin 5:00 Movie "Talk of the Town" 6:30 News (Russ Van Arsdale) 6:40 Weather (Nancy Byers) 6:45 NBC News 7:00 Lock Up 7:30 Wagon Train "The Jonas Murdock Story" 8:30 Price is Right (c) 9:00 Perry Como's Kraft Music Hall (c) 10:00 This is Your Life 10:30 People are Funny 11:00 News/Weather 11:15 Movie "Star of India" WPRO 12-CBS Providence 7:00 Popeye 7:30 Storytime (Beth Chollar) 8:00 News (Dave Mohr)

8:15 Captain Kangaroo 9:00 Romper Room 9:30 Movie "City for Conquest" (pt 1) 10:15 News (Dave Mohr) 10:45 News (Stuart Mohr, a relative?) 11:00 I Love Lucy 11:30 December Bride noon Love of Life 12:30 Search for Tomorrow 12:45 Guiding Light 1:00 Medic "When Mama Says Jump" 1:30 As the World Turns 2:00 Life of Riley "Riley Meets the Press" 2:30 House Party 3:00 Millionaire 3:30 Verdict is Yours 4:00 Brighter Day 4:15 Secret Storm 4:30 Edge of Night 5:00 Cartoons 5:30 Salty Brine's Shack 6:30 News (Mort Blender) 6:35 Sports (Chris Clark) 6:40 Weather (Bill O'Brien) 6:45 CBS News 7:00 Movie "Dakota Incident" 8:30 Men Into Space 9:00 Millionaire "Millionaire Nancy Cortez" 9:30 I've Got a Secret 10:00 Armstrong Circle Theater "The Numbers Racket" 11:00 News/Weather 11:15 Jack Paar WHCT 18-Ind Hartford 3:30pm Kathy Godfrey 4:00 Movie "Danger Street" 5:30 Teensville! (Tom Vater welcomes students from Bloomfield and Newington High Schools) 6:00 Cartoons 6:30 Robin Hood "The Prisoner" 7:00 Movie "Bowery Boy" 8:30 Tales of the Vikings "Saracen Gold" 9:00 Harbor Command 9:30 Burns & Allen 10:00 Movie "Torrid Zone" WWLP 22-Springfield/WRLP 32-Greenfield (NBC) 6:30 Continental Classroom (c) 7:00 Today (Weather with John Quill at :25) 9:00 Romper Room 9:45 Beauty Break 10:00 Rough Re Mi 10:30 Play Your Hunch 11:00 Price is Right (c) 11:30 Concentration noon Truth or Consequences 12:30 It Could Be You (c)

1:00 At Home with Kitty (32 jumps out 1:30-1:45 to show Visit with Berta (Berta Franklin)) 2:00 Queen for a Day 2:30 Loretta Young 3:00 Young Dr. Malone 3:30 From These Roots 4:00 Thin Man 4:30 Buckskin 5:00 Movie "A Girl with Ideas" 6:30 (22) Gadabout Gaddis 6:30 (32) Sports (Burleigh Brown) 6:45 NBC News 7:00 Weather (John Quill) 7:05 News (Ed Hatch on 22, Ken Hallenbeck on 32) 7:15 Highlights (Tom Colton) 7:30 Wagon Train "The Jonas Murdock Story" 8:30 Price is Right (c) 9:00 Perry Como's Kraft Music Hall (c) 10:00 This is Your Life 10:30 People are Funny 11:00 News/Sports/Weather 11:30 Jack Paar WNBC 30-NBC West Hartford 6:00 Continental Classroom (x2, second show in color) 7:00 Today (News/Weather at :25) 9:00 Fun Show (Tex Pavel) 9:30 Focus 10:00 Dough Re Mi 10:30 Play Your Hunch 11:00 Price is Right (c) 11:30 Concentration noon Truth or Consequences 12:30 It Could Be You (c) 1:00 Movie "The Man in the Trunk" 2:00 Queen for a Day 2:30 Loretta Young 3:00 Young Dr. Malone 3:30 From These Roots 4:00 Thin Man 4:30 Buckskin 5:00 Roy Rogers "Dead Men's Hills" 5:30 Movie "Hellfire" 6:55 News (Albert Burke) 7:00 News (Barry Barents) 7:10 Weather (Cavell Jobert) 7:15 NBC News 7:30 Wagon Train "The Jonas Murdock Story" 8:30 Price is Right (c) 9:00 Perry Como's Kraft Music Hall (c) 10:00 This is Your Life 10:30 People are Funny 11:00 News/Weather 11:15 Jack Paar WHYN 40-ABC/CBS Springfield 8:25 Almanac

8:30 Schedule for Learning 9:00 Looney Tunes 9:15 Captain Kangaroo 10:00 Red Rowe 10:30 On the Go 11:00 I Love Lucy 11:30 Dinner is Served noon Love of Life 12:30 Love That Bob! 1:00 About Faces 1:30 As the World Turns 2:00 Day in Court 2:30 House Party 3:00 All Star Theater "Cochise-Greatest of the Apaches" 3:30 Verdict is Yours 4:00 Three Stooges 4:15 Secret Storm 4:30 American Bandstand 5:00 Popeye 5:30 Movie "Spys of the Air" 6:55 Sports (Frank McInerney) 7:00 News (John Daly) 7:10 Weather (Jerry Loughman) 7:15 ABC News 7:30 Be Our Guest (Keefe Brassele welcomes Jonathan Winters, Fran Warren, the Singing Brothers Four, and Father Bernard; Mary Ann Mobley and Bob Hamilton do a specialty dance) 8:30 Men Into Space 9:00 Hawaiian Eye "Murder, Anyone?" 10:00 Wanted Dead or Alive 10:30 Trackdown "Right of Way" 11:00 News/Sports/Weather 11:15 Movie "Pitfall" WATR 53-ABC Waterbury 11:30 Film Feature noon Restless Gun 12:30 Love That Bob! 1:00 About Faces 1:30 Christophers 2:00 Day in Court 2:30 Gale Storm 3:00 Beat the Clock 3:30 Who Do You Trust? 4:00 American Bandstand 5:30 My Friend Flicka "Lock, Stock and Barrel" 6:00 Three Musketeers "The Dangling Noose" 6:30 Encore 6:45 ABC News 7:00 26 Men "Chain Gang" 7:30 TV Reader's Digest "Mrs. Robert Louis Stevenson" 8:00 TV Mail Order Market 10:00 Boxing: Hart v Kalingo 10:45 Markham Retro: Michigan Sat, Apr 6, 1968

Posted by request, from TV Guide-Michigan State edition 2 WJBK-CBS Detroit 3 WKZO-CBS Kalamazoo 4 WWJ-NBC Detroit 4* WTOM-ABC/NBC Cheboygan 5 WNEM-NBC Saginaw 6 WJIM-CBS Lansing 7 WXYZ-ABC Detroit 7* WPBN-ABC/NBC Traverse City 8 WOOD-NBC Grand Rapids 9 CKLW-CBC Windsor 9* WWTV-ABC/CBS Cadillac 10 WILX-NBC Jackson/WMSB-NET Lansing 12 WJRT-ABC Flint 13/12 WZZM-ABC Grand Rapids (13)/Kalamazoo (12) 25 WKNX-CBS Saginaw Morning 6:05 2 TV Chapel 6:10 2 News (c) 6:15 2 Farm Scene 6:30 2 Sunrise Semester: Russian Literature (c) 6:50 12 News (c) 6:55 4 News (c) 7:00 2 Captain Kangaroo (c) 4 Country Living "Pruning Fruit Trees" (c) 5 Movie "Lost in Alaska" 12 Milton the Monster 25 U of M Television 7:10 3 News (c) 7:15 3 Sunrise Semester: Russian Literature (c) 7:30 4 Oopsy! the Clown (c) 6 Sunrise Semester: Russian Literature (c) 8 Agriculture USA 12 Jungle Theater "Land of Terror"/"Treasure of the Amazon"

13/12 Discovery '68 "The Constitution" 7:45 3 Kaleidoscope (c) 7 Rural Report (c) 10 Rural Route 10 8:00 2 Woodrow the Woodsman (c) 3-6-9*-25 Captain Kangaroo (c) 7 TV College (c) 8 Cartoon Carnival 10 Rifleman 13/12 Bullwinkle 8:30 5 Mr. Hot Dog 10 Samson & Goliath (c) 12 Thunderbirds (c) 13/12 Bugs Bunny 9:00 2-3-6-9*-25 Frankenstein Jr. (c) 4-4*-5-7*-8-10 Super 6 (c) 7-13/12 Casper (c) 9:30 2-3-9*-25 Herculoids (c) 4-4*-5-7*-8 Super President (c) 6 Hercules (c) 7-12-13/12 Fantastic Four (c) 9 Ontario Schools 10 Assignment 10 "T-Group Pressure Session" (excerpts of a 9 hr session where Landing, East Lansing, and Lakeview region high school students had changes in their inter-personal relationships concerning racial issues) 10:00 2-3-6-9*-25 Shazzan! (c) 4-4*-5-7*-8 Flintstones (c) 7-12-13/12 Spiderman (c) 9 Canadian Schools 10:30 2-3-6-9*-25 Space Ghost 4-4*-5-7*-8 Young Samson (c) 7-12-13/12 Journey to the Center of the Earth (c) 9 Hawkeye 11:00 2-3-6-9*-25 Moby Dick (c) 4-4*-5-7*-8 Birdman (c) 7-12-13/12 King Kong (c) 9 Country Calendar 10 Folk Guitar 11:30

2-3-6-9*-25 Superman/Aquaman (c) 4-4*-5-7*-8 Atom Ant/Secret Squirrel (c) 7-12-13/12 George of the Jungle (c) 9 Window on the World 10 Gamut "Button Fever '69" (looks at the history of campagin buttons) 11:45 9 Gardening Afternoon noon 4-4*-5-7*-8-10 Top Cat (c) 7-12-13/12 Beatles (c) 9 Curling: Hec Gervais (Edmonton) vs Doug Wankel (Elbow SK) (c; Doug Maxwell/Alex Trebek/Johnny Wayne) 12:30 2-3-6-9*-25 Jonny Quest (c) 4-4*-5-7*-10 Cool McCool (c) 7-12-13/12 American Bandstand (c/guests the Lemon Pipers, and the American Breed) 8 Buckaroo Rodeo (c) 1:00 2-3-6-9*-25 Lone Ranger (c/animated) 4 International Zone (c) 4*-7* American Bandstand (a Beatles-themed show; 1 week delay?) 5 Film Feature: Social Security 8 Monroes (c) 10 Wild Kingdom "Raccoon Valley" (c) 1:30 2-3-6-25 Road Runner (c) 4 Professionals (c) 5 Science Quiz 7-13/12 Happening '68 (c/guests Lawrence Welk and Marvin Gaye; Sal Mineo, Bobby Vee, and Jon Provost judge the amateur band contest) 9 Liberal Leadership Convention (c) 9* 4-H Science 10 Flipper (c) 12 Movie "Journey to the Lost City" 2:00 2 Movie "The Haunted Strangler" 3 Movie "The Medium" 4 Theater Four 4*-7* Big Picture 5 Time for Music 6 Movie: TBA 7 Movie "Bengal Brigade" (c) 8 Movie "Savage Wilderness" 9* Marshal Dillon (Gunsmoke) 10-13/12 TBA 25 Movie "Timetable" 2:30 4 Sports Documentary "Jesse Owens Returns to Berlin"

4*-7* Shell's Wonderful World of Golf: Gardner Dickinson and Mason Rudolph square off in Guatemala City 5 Theater One 13-12 Film Feature: Michigan State Income Tax (c) 3:00 9* Lawman 10 Championship Bowling (c) 13/12 Flying Fisherman (c) 3:30 4 Flying Fisherman (c) 4*-7-7*-12-13/12 Pro Bowlers Tour: Firestone Tournament of Champions (c) 5 Film Feature: Famous Schools 9* Film Feature 25 Firing Line 3:45 5 Film Feature: Division West Chinchilla Ranching 8 Travel (c) 3:55 2 Trail of the Tiger '68 (c/likely Detroit Tiger, as WJBK originated the Tigers TV network with games also airing on WKZO, WNEM, WJIM and WWTV) 4:00 2-3-9* CBS Golf Classic: quarterfinal, Miller Barber/Bob Charles vs George Archer/Doug Sanders (c) 4-8-25 Greater Greensboro Open golf (c) 5 Movie "The Westerner" 6 Swing Lively (c) 10 Championship Wrestling 5:00 2 Outdoorsman (c/Foss) 3 Gilligan's Island (c) 4-8 Car & Track (c/race highlights) 4*-7-7*-12-13/12 ABC Wide World of Sports: National Tourist Trophy Motorcycle Race/NCAA Wrestling Championships/NCAA Skiing Championships (c) 6-25 CBS Golf Classic (c, see 4pm for details) 9* Cowboy in Africa 10 Monkees (c) 5:30 2 Gentle Ben (c) 3 Green Valley Jamboree (c) 4 George Pierrot (c) 8 Tarzan (c) 10 Gilligan's Island (c) Evening 6:00 2-4-9* News (c on 2-4) 5 Star Trek "I, Mudd" (c) 6 Lost in Space "Hunter's Moon" (c) 10 High Chaparral (c)

25 4-H TV Action Club 6:30 2 Grand Ole Opry (c/guests Roy Acuff, the Harden Trio, Charlie Louvin, Harold Morrison, and Bashful Brother Oswald) 3-25 CBS News (c) 4 NBC News (c) 4*-7* Square Dance 7 Michigan Sportsman (c) 8 Monkees (c) 9* Lawrence Welk (spring songs) 12 Porter Wagoner (c) 13/12 Big Valley (c) 7:00 2 Death Valley Days (c) 3 F Troop (c) 4 Michigan Outdoors (c) 4*-7* Rat Patrol 5-10 NBC News (c) 6 CBS News (c) 7 Anniversary Game (c) 8 Branded (c) 12 Wilburn Brothers (c/guest Charlie Walker) 25 Stingray (c) 7:30 2-3-6-9*-25 Jackie Gleason (c/the Honeymooners visit Berlin) 4-4*-5-7*-8-10 Saint "The Better Mousetrap" (c) 7-12-13/12 Dating Game (c/guest Molly Bee) 9 Rawhide "Prairie Elephant" 8:00 7-12-13/12 Newlywed Game (c) 8:30 2-3-6-9*-25 Charlie Brown's All-Stars (c) 4-4*-5-7*-8-10 Get Smart (c) 7-12-13/12 Lawrence Welk (c/salute to the Oscars with guest Cathy Carricabaru) 9 NHL Playoffs (c) 9:00 2-3-6-9*-25 Hogan's Heroes (c) 4-4*-5-7*-8-10 Movie "The Thrill of It All" (c) 9:30 2-3-6-9*-25 Petticoat Junction 7-12-13/12 Hollywood Palace (c/Don Adams welcomes Nancy Sinatra, Kaye Ballard, Joey Forman, Lee Hazlewood, Hal Frazier, the King Family, and (in his singing debut) Jerry Quarry singing a duet with sis Diana) 10:00 2-3-6-9*-25 Mannix (c) 10:15 9 In Person (c/guests Ian & Sylvia (Tyson))

10:30 7 Movie "King of Kings" (c) 12 Joe Pyne (c/guests Jerry Rubin (talks about riots at the University of California) and Joe Farouk (self-proclaimed son of the Egyptian King)) 13/12 Polka Varieties (c) 10:45 9 Sports Profile 11:00 2-3-6-9-9* News (c on 2-3-6) 25 Movie "Copacabana" 11:15 4-4*-5-7*-8 News (c on 4-8) 9 Movie "Jump Into Hell" 10 Joe Pyne (c) 11:20 6 Movie "Adorable Julia" 11:30 2 Movie "The Cobweb" (c) 3 Movies "The Blue Lagoon" (c, in 1944??)/"The Hour Before the Dawn" 4*-7* Movie "City Beneath the Sea" 9* Movie "The Warrior and the Slave Girl" 13/12 Alan Burke (c) 11:40 8 Movie "The Outrage" 11:45 4 Tonight Show (c/guests Tony Randall, Carolyn Jones, and Guy Lombardo) 5 Movie "Homicidal" Late Night midnight 12 Great Moments in Music (c) 12:15 12 Movie "The Thief" 12:30 9 Window on the World 1:15 4 Beat the Champ 1:30 2 Movie "Hit and Run" 5 Wrestling 13/12 News (c) 1:45 4 News (c)

13/12 Reflections 2:00 7 Movie "Colonel Effingham's Raid" 2:30 5 Have Gun-Will Travel 3:00 2-5 News (c on 2) 3:05 5 Checkmate "The Star System" 4:05 5 Movie "The DI" Retro: North Carolina Saturday, April 2, 1977 From TV Guide, North Carolina Edition: WFMY Ch. 2 Greensboro (CBS) 7 AM Old Rebel Show (the Triad's iconic kids' show had lost its weekday berth in the fall of 1976 when management wanted something with more adult appeal--it failed in this new weekly slot; a joke had it that no one over the age of three was watching) 8 AM Sylvester And Tweety 8:30 Clue Club 9 AM Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Hour 10 AM Tarzan: Lord Of The Jungle 10:30 New Adventures Of Batman 11 AM Shazam!/Isis Hour 12 N Fat Albert And The Cosby Kids 12:30 Ark II 1 PM Kidsworld 1:30 Ara's Sports World (Ara Parseghian) 2 PM Southern Sportsman 2:30 The Racers (a 300-mile off-road race near Las Vegas) 3 PM Movie: "Term Of Trial" 5 PM Nashville On The Road (guest: Mel Tillis) 5:30 Pop Goes The Country (guests: Sonny James, Sarah Johns, Don Gibson) 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News (Bob Schieffer) 7 PM Hee Haw (guests: Donna Fargo, Red Sovine) 8 PM Mary Tyler Moore 8:30 Bob Newhart 9 PM All In The Family 9:30 Carol Burnett (10th-anniversary show and Harvey Korman's last) 11 PM News

11:30 Greater Greensboro Open Highlights 11:40 Movie: "The Young Lions" E (WUND/2 Columbia/Edenton, NC; WUNC/4 Chapel Hill; WUNK/25 Greenville, NC; WUNL/26 Winston-Salem; WUNJ/39 Wilmington, NC; WUNG/58 Concord, NC) 2 PM Baseball: Exhibition game: New York Yankees at North Carolina Tar Heels 5 PM Nova ("The Human Animal" looks at genetic influences on human behavior, time approximate) 6 PM You The Deaf 6:30 Black Perspective On The News 7 PM Funeral Flowers For The Bride (a farmer proposes marriage while arranging the funeral of his third wife) 7:30 Enrique Madriguera (guitarist) 8 PM Lowell Thomas Remembers (1975 highlights include the American evacuation of Saigon) 8:30 The Way It Was (Joe Louis and Jersey Joe Walcott recall their two fights: Dec. 5, 1947 and June 25, 1948) 9 PM National Geographic: "The Incredible Machine" (the human body) 10 PM Masterpiece Theatre ("Upstairs, Downstairs," Part 11) sign off 11 PM WBTV Ch. 3 Charlotte (CBS) 7 AM Treehouse Club 7:30 Hot Fudge 8 AM Sylvester And Tweety 8:30 Lone Ranger 9 AM Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Hour 10 AM Tarzan: Lord Of The Jungle 10:30 New Adventures Of Batman 11 AM Shazam!/Isis Hour 12 N Fat Albert And The Cosby Kids 12:30 Ark II 1 PM Movie: "The Fall Of The Roman Empire" 4 PM Pop Goes The Country (Jerry Reed, Chet Atkins, Sheila Wilson) 4:30 That Good Ole Nashville Music (Cal--not Carl--Smith, Crystal Gayle, Kenny Starr) 5 PM Wrestling 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Lawrence Welk (songs saluting the U.S.A.) 8 PM Mary Tyler Moore 8:30 Bob Newhart 9 PM All In The Family 9:30 Carol Burnett 11 PM News 11:30 Movie: "Bell, Book And Candle" 1:30 With This Ring WWAY Ch. 3 Wilmington, NC (ABC) 7 AM New Adventures Of Gilligan (delay from Sun

11 AM) 7:30 Animals, Animals, Animals (the relocation of wolves from International Falls, MN to the Huron Mountains in Michigan to balance the population, delay from Sun 11:30 AM) 8 AM Tom & Jerry/Mumbly 8:30 Jabberjaw 9 AM Scooby Doo/Dynomutt Show 10:30 Krofft Supershow 11:30 Superfriends 12 N Superman (Lois dreams that Superman proposes to her.) 12:30 American Bandstand (Thelma Houston, Rubinoos) 1:30 Movie: "To All My Friends On Shore" 3 PM Pro Bowlers Tour (Burger King Open from Miami) 4:30 Wide World Of Sports (Semifinals of the U.S. Pro Boxing Championships from San Antonio; Sugar Ray Leonard vs. Willie Rodriguez, junior welterweights, 6 rounds) 6 PM Golf: Colgate-Dinah Shore Winner's Circle Championship (third round) 7 PM Hee Haw 8 PM Blansky's Beauties 8:30 Fish 9 PM Starsky & Hutch 11 PM ABC News (anchor not given) 11:15 That Good Ole Nashville Music (Hank Williams Jr., Linda Hargrove, Johnny Gimble) 11:45 Wrestling WRAL Ch. 5 Raleigh (ABC) 6:30 Cartoon Festival 7:20 Scouting News 7:30 Animals, Animals, Animals 8 AM Tom & Jerry/Mumbly 8:30 Jabberjaw 9 AM Scooby Doo/Dynomutt Show 10:30 Krofft Supershow 11:30 Superfriends 12 N Oddball Couple 12:30 American Bandstand 1:30 Teenage Frolics 2 PM Movie: "The Savage Guns" 3:30 Lawrence Welk 4:30 Wide World Of Sports 6 PM Golf: Colgate-Dinah Shore Winner's Circle Championship (third round) 7 PM Five Country Parade 7:30 Harambee 8 PM Breakthrough '77 (Oral and Richard Roberts, guest Tennessee Ernie Ford) 9 PM Starsky & Hutch 11 PM News 11:30 Wrestling 12:30 S.W.A.T. (delay from Fri 11:30 PM) 1:40 ABC News

WECT Ch. 6 Wilmington, NC (NBC) 7 AM Hot Fudge 7:30 Big Blue Marble 8 AM Woody Woodpecker 8:30 Pink Panther 10 AM Speed Buggy 10:30 Monster Squad 11 AM Space Ghost/Frankenstein Jr. 11:30 Big John, Little John 12 N Land Of The Lost 12:30 Muggsy 1 PM Soul Train (guests: Archie Bell and the Drells) 2 PM TBA 3 PM Tennis: Family Circle Cup semifinals 4:30 Golf: Greater Greensboro Open (third round) 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News (John Hart) 7 PM Candid Camera (in an office, all doors lead to closets; Fannie Flagg designs suits by drawing an outline of the prospective customer--who's lying on a table) 7:30 Wild Kingdom 8 PM Emergency! 9 PM NBC Movie: "The Outfit" (Robert Duvall as an ex-con after the mobsters who murdered his brother, from '73) 11 PM Movie: "Last Days Of Pompeii" WITN Ch. 7 Washington, NC (NBC) 7 AM Better Way 7:30 Treehouse Club 8 AM Woody Woodpecker 8:30 Pink Panther 10 AM Speed Buggy 10:30 Monster Squad 11 AM Space Ghost/Frankenstein Jr. 11:30 Big John, Little John 12 N Land Of The Lost 12:30 Muggsy 1 PM National Geographic: "The Great Mojave Desert" 2 PM Wrestling 3 PM Tennis: Family Circle Cup semifinals 4:30 Golf: Greater Greensboro Open (third round) 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News 7 PM Lawrence Welk 8 PM Emergency! 9 PM NBC Movie: "The Outfit" 11 PM News 11:30 Weekend (millionaires in Poland, the explosion of sales in inexpensive oil paintings, folk singer Jesse Winchester, who moved to Canada to avoid the draft) 1 AM Christopher Closeup 1:15 Alcoholics Anonymous 1:25 News

WGHP Ch. 8 High Point (ABC) 7 AM I Dream Of Jeannie 7:30 Hot Fudge 8 AM Tom & Jerry/Mumbly 8:30 Jabberjaw 9 AM Scooby Doo/Dynomutt Show 10:30 Krofft Supershow 11:30 Superfriends 12 N Soul Train (B.T. Express, Letta Mbulu) 1 PM Movie: "Pride Of The West" (Hopalong Cassidy) 2 PM Wrestling 3 PM Pro Bowlers Tour 4:30 Wide World Of Sports 6 PM Golf: Colgate-Dinah Shore Winner's Circle Championship (third round) 7 PM Lawrence Welk 8 PM Blansky's Beauties 8:30 Fish 9 PM Starsky & Hutch 11 PM News 11:20 ABC News 11:35 Movie: "The Brighton Strangler" 1:05 Movie: "Bedlam" 2:30 Help Yourself WNCT Ch. 9 Greenville, NC (CBS) 7 AM Tarzan 8 AM Sylvester And Tweety 8:30 Clue Club 9 AM Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Hour 10 AM Tarzan: Lord Of The Jungle 10:30 New Adventures Of Batman 11 AM Shazam!/Isis Hour 12 N Fat Albert And The Cosby Kids 12:30 Ark II 1 PM Way Out Games (Indiana vs. Oregon for the championship) 1:30 CBS Children's Film Festival ("Cold Pizza," from Canada) 2 PM Kidsworld 2:30 The Lucy Show 3 PM Mod Squad 4 PM Arthur Smith 4:30 CBS Sports Spectacular (Texas Grand Prix, Masters preview) 6 PM Porter Wagoner (guest: Sharon Vaughan) 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Hee Haw (Bobby Goldsboro, Barbi Benton) 8 PM Mary Tyler Moore 8:30 Bob Newhart 9 PM All In The Family 9:30 Carol Burnett 11 PM News

11:30 Untouchables WSOC Ch. 9 Charlotte (NBC) 7 AM Kidsworld 7:30 Batman (Shelley Winters as Ma Parker) 8 AM Woody Woodpecker 8:30 Pink Panther 10 AM Speed Buggy 10:30 Monster Squad 11 AM Space Ghost/Frankenstein Jr. 11:30 Big John, Little John 12 N Land Of The Lost 12:30 World Of Survival 1 PM Outdoors With Ken Callaway 1:30 Sportsman's Friend 2 PM Movie: "The Robe" 4:30 Golf: Greater Greensboro Open (third round) 6 PM Eyewitness Magazine 7 PM Bugs Bunny 7:30 Wild Kingdom 8 PM Emergency! 9 PM NBC Movie: "The Outfit" 11 PM News 11:30 Weekend WIS Ch. 10 Columbia, SC (NBC) 6:30 With This Ring 6:45 Viewpoint On Nutrition 7:15 Davey And Goliath 7:30 Mr. Knozit 8:30 Pink Panther 10 AM Speed Buggy 10:30 Monster Squad 11 AM Space Ghost/Frankenstein Jr. 11:30 Big John, Little John 12 N Land Of The Lost 12:30 Muggsy 1 PM Friends Of Man 1:30 Outdoors With Julius Boros 2 PM Ironside 3 PM Tennis: Family Circle Cup semifinals 4:30 Golf: Greater Greensboro Open (third round) 6 PM That Good Ole Nashville Music (Ronnie Milsap, Billie Jo Spears, Del Reeves, Johnny Gimble) 6:30 NBC News 7 PM News 7:30 Awareness 8 PM Emergency! 9 PM NBC Movie: "The Outfit" 11 PM News 11:30 Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman (x2) 12:30 Movie: "Donovan's Brain" 2 AM With This Ring

WTVD Ch. 11 Durham (CBS) 6:30 Sunrise Semester: "Religions and Civilizations of the Near East" 7 AM Bewitched 7:30 Let's Look At... 8 AM Sylvester And Tweety 8:30 Clue Club 9 AM Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Hour 10 AM Tarzan: Lord Of The Jungle 10:30 New Adventures Of Batman 11 AM Shazam!/Isis Hour 12 N Fat Albert And The Cosby Kids 12:30 Ark II 1 PM Sportsman's Friend 1:30 Outdoors With Ken Callaway 2 PM Soul Train (Teddy Pendergrass, Double Exposure) 3 PM That Good Ole Nashville Music (Bobby Bare, Melba Montgomery, Johnny Gimble, Mark Dalton) 3:30 Wrestling 4:30 CBS Sports Spectacular 6 PM Black Unlimited 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Hee Haw (same as Ch. 2) 8 PM Mary Tyler Moore 8:30 Bob Newhart 9 PM All In The Family 9:30 Carol Burnett 11 PM News 11:30 Movie: "The Flight Of The Phoenix" 1:30 Curious Kaleidoscope WCTI Ch. 12 New Bern (ABC) 7:45 Telestory 8 AM Tom & Jerry/Mumbly 8:30 Jabberjaw 9 AM Scooby Doo/Dynomutt Show 10:30 Krofft Supershow 11:30 Superfriends 12 N Oddball Couple 12:30 American Bandstand 1:30 Soul Train (same as Ch. 6) 2:30 The Racers (Camel GT sports-car competition from Monterey, CA) 3 PM Music Hall America 4 PM Ara's Sports World (guest: Julius Erving) 4:30 Wide World Of Sports 6 PM Golf: Colgate-Dinah Shore Winner's Circle Championship (third round) 7 PM Wrestling 8 PM Blansky's Beauties 8:30 Fish 9 PM Starsky & Hutch

11 PM ABC News 11:15 Will C.'s Red-Eye Cinema (Will C. Morgan) 11:30 Movie: "The War Lover" 2 AM Movie: "China Clipper" WXII Ch. 12 Winston-Salem (NBC) 6:55 Camera 12 7 AM Big Blue Marble 7:30 Scrunch 8 AM Woody Woodpecker 8:30 Pink Panther 10 AM Speed Buggy 10:30 Monster Squad 11 AM Space Ghost/Frankenstein Jr. 11:30 Big John, Little John 12 N Land Of The Lost 12:30 Youth '77 1 PM I Spy 2 PM Green Acres 2:30 The Invaders 3:15 Wrestling 4:15 GGO Preview 4:30 Golf: Greater Greensboro Open (third round) 6 PM News 6:30 Report To The People 7 PM Show My People 7:30 In Search Of... 8 PM Music Hall America 9 PM NBC Movie: "The Outfit" 11 PM News 11:30 Weekend 1 AM Wrestling WBTW Ch. 13 Florence, SC (CBS/ABC) 7 AM Far Out Space Nuts (delay from Sun 9:30 AM) 7:30 Hudson Brothers (delay from Sun 9 AM) 8 AM Sylvester And Tweety 8:30 Clue Club 9 AM Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Hour 10 AM Tarzan: Lord Of The Jungle 10:30 New Adventures Of Batman 11 AM Shazam!/Isis Hour 12 N Fat Albert And The Cosby Kids 12:30 Ark II 1 PM Way Out Games 1:30 CBS Children's Film Festival 2 PM That Good Ole Nashville Music (Bill Anderson, Johnny Russell, Mary Lou Turner, the Heckels, Johnny Gimble) 2:30 Arthur Smith 3 PM Wrestling 4 PM Outdoors With Ken Callaway 4:30 CBS Sports Spectacular 6 PM Loves Me, Loves Me Not (delay from Wed 8:30 PM)

6:30 CBS News 7 PM Hee Haw (same as Ch. 2) 8 PM Mary Tyler Moore 8:30 Bob Newhart 9 PM All In The Family 9:30 Carol Burnett 11 PM PTL Club WCCB Ch. 18 Charlotte (ABC) 8 AM Tom & Jerry/Mumbly 8:30 Jabberjaw 9 AM Scooby Doo/Dynomutt Show 10:30 Krofft Supershow 11:30 Superfriends 12 N Oddball Couple 12:30 American Bandstand 1:30 Soul Train (Roy Ayers' Ubiquity, Gwen McCrae, Lonnie Liston Smith) 2:30 The Racers (hydroplanes: the Mission Bay Regatta from San Diego) 3 PM Pro Bowlers Tour 4:30 Wide World Of Sports 6 PM Golf: Colgate-Dinah Shore Winner's Circle Championship (third round) 7 PM Inquiry 7:30 Outdoors With Julius Boros 8 PM Blansky's Beauties 8:30 Fish 9 PM Starsky & Hutch 11 PM 700 Club 12:30 ABC News 12:45 News WRDU (WRDC) Ch. 28 Durham (NBC) 8 AM Woody Woodpecker 8:30 Pink Panther 10 AM Speed Buggy 10:30 Monster Squad 11 AM Space Ghost/Frankenstein Jr. 11:30 Big John, Little John 12 N Land Of The Lost 12:30 Muggsy 1 PM Medix (the care needed to keep a premature baby alive and healthy) 1:30 Tennis: WCT Challenge Cup semifinal from Las Vegas: Manuel Orantes vs. Ilie Nastase 3 PM Tennis: Family Circle Cup semifinals 4:30 Golf: Greater Greensboro Open (third round) 6 PM Outdoors With Julius Boros 6:30 NBC News 7 PM Wrestling 8 PM Emergency! 9 PM NBC Movie: "The Outfit" 11 PM Andy Williams (guest: Lesley Ann Warren)

11:30 Weekend 1 AM Don Kirshner's Rock Concert (brothers Harry, Tom, and Steve Chapin; Gary Mule Deer; comedy group the New Untouchables) WRET (WCNC) Ch. 36 Charlotte (Ind.) 7 AM Cartoon Carnival 8:30 Addams Family 9 AM Speed Racer 9:30 Three Stooges And Pals 11 AM Movie: "The All American" 12:30 Wrestling 1:30 Baseball: Exhibition: Orioles-Braves from West Palm Beach 4 PM WCT Tennis (same as Ch. 28, time approximate) 5:30 Fishin' Hole 6 PM Star Trek 7 PM Wrestling 8 PM Porter Wagoner 8:30 Saturday Showcase (local country-music show with Tommy Faile and Ken Linker) 9 PM Nashville On The Road 9:30 Buck Owens 10 PM Mel Tillis Time 10:30 Music Place 11 PM Boxing: Bill Sharkey vs. Mike Weaver, heavyweights, 10 rounds; Greg Johnson vs. Joe Alexander, superheavyweights (201 pounds or more), 10 rounds, from Miami 12:30 Don Kirshner's Rock Concert 2 AM James Brown's Future Shock 3 AM Movie: "Funeral In Berlin" 5 AM Movie: "Two Guys From Texas" WTVI Ch. 42 Charlotte (PBS) 8:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 9 AM Sesame Street 10 AM Once Upon A Classic: "The Battle Of Billy's Pond" 11 AM Zoom 11:30 Rebop 12 N off the air 5:30 The Way It Was (the 1968 Harvard-Yale game) 6 PM Studio See 6:30 Zoom 7 PM Rebop 7:30 Once Upon A Classic ("Little Lord Fauntleroy," Part 1 of 6) 8 PM Lowell Thomas Remembers 8:30 Oasis In Space (alternatives to solar energy: nuclear power, coal, solar energy) 9 PM National Geographic 10 PM Soundstage (Santana, Tower of Power, saxophonist Gato Barbieri) sign off 11 PM

WRDU (WRDC) Ch. 28 Durham (NBC) 1:30 Tennis: WCT Challenge Cup semifinal from Las Vegas: Manuel Orantes vs. Ilie Nastase WRET (WCNC) Ch. 36 Charlotte (Ind.) 4 PM WCT Tennis (same as Ch. 28, time approximate) With WRET being virtually the only station staying on the air overnight, the tennis program is the only thing "same as Ch. 28". The only other thing Chs. 28 and 36 might have had in common was wrestling; IIRC, both stations carried Florida wrestling at 7 PM, although 36 may have been airing "World Wide Wrestling" from Raleigh by this time. But not to worry: some fifteen months later Chs. 28 and 36 would be carrying the same thing most of the time; 36 would become the NBC affiliate in Charlotte on July 1, 1978. "Hee Haw" aired on WSOC Fridays at 7 at the time. It had aired on Saturdays in the 1974-75 season (after WSOC lost Lawrence Welk to WBTV) and would again, beginning in 1979. Side note: I've always felt like it stuck out like the proverbial sore thumb that WBTV was the only one of the five CBS affiliates in the North Carolina edition (and four in the Carolina-Tennessee one, since WBIR Knoxville was a CBS affiliate then) to carry Welk instead of "Hee Haw" on Saturdays at 7. But as someone once told me when I mentioned that, it's really six of one, half-dozen of the other, since both shows appealed to the same audience. I suspect it would be very difficult to get clearances for either show anywhere today. Here in my part of North Carolina WGHP carried Welk for the entire syndicated run; as a Fox affiliate Channel 8 would be less likely to carry him now, I think. "Hee Haw", OTOH, might still be on WFMY; after all, it's the home of "The Andy Griffith Show". I also remember that in "Hee Haw"'s last years WSB carried it at 5 AM Sundays; they turned the Saturday 7 PM slot over to "Star Search" or "Entertainment Tonight". I can't think of an Atlanta station that would air either "Hee Haw" or Welk today, although in the '70s WSB had them both. I, too, find it a little difficult to believe that Welk was on WBTV for eight years (1974-82), especially given that the station (and sister radio station WBT) had a long tradition of country music dating back to the 1930s. But WBTV never carried "Hee Haw" in syndication. The person who made that statement about Welk and "Hee Haw" appealing to the same audience worked for the Blair rep firm office in Charlotte; I don't mean to pass the buck but I do want to make it clear that it was not my observation; indeed, I always wondered why "Hee Haw" wasn't on WBTV.

Retro: Florida-Georgia Thursday, February 24, 1972 From TV Guide, Florida-Georgia Edition (defunct after 1973, IIRC): NOTE: Coverage of President Nixon's trip to China may pre-empt regular programming. WESH Ch. 2 Daytona Beach/Orlando (NBC) 6:15 World Tomorrow (Garner Ted Armstrong) 6:45 Sunshine Almanac 7 AM Today (Albert Murray discusses his book about the South, "South To A Very Old Place"; food writer Craig Claiborne) 9 AM Steve Allen (guests: Fredd Wayne as Charles Dickens, Milt Kamen, John Gary) 10 AM Dinah's Place 10:30 Concentration 11 AM Sale Of The Century 11:30 Hollywood Squares (Ed Asner, Frank Gorshin, Rose Marie, Sally Struthers, Wally Cox, Charley Weaver, Paul Lynde) 12 N Jeopardy! 12:30 News, Sports, Weather 12:55 NBC News (Floyd Kalber) 1 PM Somerset 1:30 Three On A Match 2 PM Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 3:30 Bright Promise 4 PM Munsters 4:30 I Love Lucy (Ricky and Fred give Lucy and Ethel permission to attend a fashion show in Paris.) 5 PM Dick Van Dyke 5:30 News, Sports, Weather 6:30 NBC News (John Chancellor) 7 PM I Dream Of Jeannie 7:30 To Tell The Truth 8 PM Flip Wilson (guests: Joe Namath and George Carlin) 9 PM Ironside 10 PM Dean Martin (Eva Gabor plays Snow White in a fairy-tale spoof.) 11 PM News, Sports, Weather 11:30 Tonight Show (Della Reese and Victor Buono are guests.) WRBL Ch. 3 Columbus, GA (CBS) 6:30 Sunrise Semester: "Latin-American Literature" 7 AM CBS News (John Hart) 8 AM Rozell Show (long-running local talk show) 9 AM Galloping Gourmet 9:30 Kiddie Castle Lane 10 AM The Lucy Show 10:30 My Three Sons 11 AM Family Affair 11:30 Love Of Life

12 N Where The Heart Is 12:25 CBS News (Douglas Edwards) 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM News 1:10 Charles Jones (talk show) 1:30 As The World Turns 2 PM Love Is A Many Splendored Thing 2:30 Guiding Light 3 PM Secret Storm 3:30 Edge Of Night 4 PM Gomer Pyle, USMC 4:30 Flintstones 5 PM Wild Wild West 6 PM To Tell The Truth 6:30 CBS News (Walter Cronkite) 7 PM News, Sports, Weather 7:30 Hee Haw (guests: Waylon Jennings and Jessi ("I'm Not Lisa") Colter) 8:30 My Three Sons 9 PM CBS Movie: "Bandolero" (Jimmy Stewart and Dean Martin, from '68) 11 PM News, Sports, Weather 11:30 CBS Movie: "Trog" (Joan Crawford as an anthropologist who discovers a living prehistoric man, from '70) WJXT Ch. 4 Jacksonville (CBS) 6:20 Sunrise Semester 6:50 Farm And Home 7 AM CBS News 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM David Frost (Liza Minnelli, Joel Grey, Michael York, and director Bob Fosse salute "Cabaret") 10 AM Kutana (local black-oriented show) 10:30 My Three Sons 11 AM Family Affair 11:30 Love Of Life 12 N Where The Heart Is 12:25 CBS News 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM Midday 1:30 As The World Turns 2 PM Love Is A Many Splendored Thing 2:30 Guiding Light 3 PM Secret Storm 3:30 Edge Of Night 4 PM Star Trek 5 PM Mike Douglas (one of the show's most famous weeks: John Lennon and Yoko Ono are co-hosts; the Ace Trucking Company, a black student leader from Mills College, CA, a student researcher in sicklecell anemia, singer Vivian Reed) 6 PM News, Sports, Weather 6:30 CBS News 7 PM I Dream Of Jeannie 7:30 Dragnet

8 PM Me And The Chimp 8:30 My Three Sons 9 PM CBS Movie: "Bandolero" 11 PM News, Sports, Weather 11:30 CBS Movie: "Trog" 1:45 News, Sports, Weather WUFT Ch. 5 Gainesville, FL (PBS) 10 AM Sesame Street 11 AM Electric Company 11:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 12 N What's New I assume in-school programs fill the time until 4:30 Sesame Street 5:30 Electric Company 6 PM News, Sports, Weather 6:15 Sunshine Almanac 6:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 7 PM International Cookbook 7:30 This Is Rodeo 8 PM Magazine Five 8:30 NET Playhouse Biography (Alexander Fleming, discoverer of penicillin) 10 PM World Press Review 10:30 David Littlejohn/Critic At Large (he reviews his favorite 1971 nonfiction books) sign off 11 PM WCTV Ch. 6 Tallahassee (CBS/ABC) 6:20 Farm Report 7 AM Good Morning 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Romper Room 9:30 Phil Donahue 10:30 My Three Sons 11 AM Family Affair 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 Love Is A Many Splendored Thing 2:30 Guiding Light 3 PM Secret Storm 3:30 Edge Of Night 4 PM Gomer Pyle, USMC 4:30 Mike Douglas (same as Ch. 4) 6 PM News, Sports, Weather 6:30 CBS News 7 PM High Chaparral 8 PM Alias Smith And Jones (ABC) 9 PM CBS Movie: "Bandolero" 11 PM News, Sports, Weather

11:30 CBS Movie: "Trog" WJCT Ch. 7 Jacksonville (PBS) 7 AM Sesame Street I assume in-school programs fill the time from 8 AM until 12:55 Electric Company and more in-school programs from 1:25 until 5 PM Sesame Street 6 PM Electric Company 6:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 7 PM Feedback 8 PM Thirty Minutes With... 8:30 NET Playhouse Biography 10 PM World Press Review 10:30 David Littlejohn/Critic At Large 11 PM This Week 11:30 Vibrations (Victor Borge and Dave Brubeck) sign off 12:30 AM WXGA/8 Waycross, GA; WABW/14 Pelham, GA; WACS/25 Dawson, GA; WJSP/28 Warm Springs, GA (PBS) I assume in-school programs until 4:30 Electric Company 5 PM Sesame Street 6 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 6:30 What's New (appropriately, it's a tour of the Okefenokee Swamp) 7 PM TV High School 7:30 Close-Up: The Executive Department 7:45 Why! ("Marijuana And The Law") 8 PM Thirty Minutes With... 8:30 NET Playhouse Biography 10 PM The Lawmakers: 1972 (coverage of the Georgia legislature) sign off 11 PM WTVM Ch. 9 Columbus, GA (ABC) 7 AM First News 8 AM Captain Kangaroo (pre-empted on Ch. 3) 9 AM Small World 9:30 Cartoon Time 10 AM Mike Douglas (co-host John Davidson; David and Joyce Susskind; singer Julie De John) 11 AM Password (Bill Bixby, Ruta Lee, day-behind from 12:30) 11:30 That Girl 12 N Bewitched 12:30 News, Interviews 1 PM All My Children 1:30 Let's Make A Deal 2 PM Newlywed Game 2:30 Dating Game

3 PM General Hospital 3:30 One Life To Live 4 PM Love, American Style 4:30 I Dream Of Jeannie 5 PM High Chaparral 6 PM News, Sports, Weather 6:30 ABC News (Howard K. Smith/Harry Reasoner) 7 PM Truth Or Consequences 7:30 Bewitched (delay from Sat 8 PM) 8 PM Alias Smith And Jones 9 PM Longstreet 10 PM Owen Marshall, Counselor At Law 11 PM News, Sports, Weather 11:30 Movie: "Pushover" WALB Ch. 10 Albany, GA (NBC/ABC) 6:55 Today In Georgia 7 AM Today 9 AM Little Theatre 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 Town And Country 12:55 NBC News 1 PM Town And Country continues 1:30 Three On A Match 2 PM Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 3:30 Bright Promise 4 PM Somerset 4:30 Flintstones 5 PM Circus Parade 5:30 News, Sports, Weather 6:30 NBC News 7 PM Lancer 8 PM Flip Wilson 9 PM Ironside 10 PM Dean Martin 11 PM News, Sports, Weather 11:30 Tonight Show WFSU Ch. 11 Tallahassee (PBS) 10 AM Sesame Street 11 AM Electric Company 11:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood I assume in-school programs run from noon until 4 PM Sesame Street 5 PM Electric Company 5:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 6 PM What's New

6:30 Zoom 7 PM A Public Affair/Election '72 7:30 Reflections On Black 8 PM Thirty Minutes With... 8:30 NET Playhouse Biography 10 PM World Press Review 10:30 David Littlejohn/Critic At Large sign off 11 PM WTLV Ch. 12 Jacksonville (NBC) 6:45 Hi, Neighbor 7 AM Today 9 AM Today In Jacksonville 9:30 What Every Woman Wants To Know 10 AM Dinah's Place 10:30 Concentration 11 AM Sale Of The Century 11:30 Hollywood Squares 12 N Jeopardy! 12:30 Who, What Or Where 12:55 NBC News 1 PM Somerset 1:30 Three On A Match 2 PM Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 3:30 Flintstones 4 PM Gilligan's Island 4:30 Virginian 6 PM News, Sports, Weather 6:30 NBC News 7 PM What's My Line? 7:30 Hogan's Heroes 8 PM Flip Wilson 9 PM Ironside 10 PM Dean Martin 11 PM News, Sports, Weather 11:30 Tonight Show WJKS (WCWJ) Ch. 17 Jacksonville (ABC) 7 AM Yogi And Friends 8 AM News, Sports, Weather 8:30 Virginia Graham 9:30 Dr. Joyce Brothers 9:35 Movie: "My Favorite Wife" 11:30 That Girl 12 N Bewitched 12:30 Password (Bill Bixby, Ruta Lee) 1 PM All My Children 1:30 Let's Make A Deal 2 PM Newlywed Game 2:30 Dating Game 3 PM General Hospital 3:30 One Life To Live

4 PM Love, American Style 4:30 Batman (Otto Preminger as Mr. Freeze) 5 PM Daniel Boone 6 PM To Tell The Truth (Kitty Carlisle, Peggy Cass, Bill Cullen, Tom Poston) 6:30 Truth Or Consequences 7 PM ABC News 7:30 This Is Your Life (Richard Crenna is surprised by Eve Arden, Gale Gordon, and director Robert Wise) 8 PM Alias Smith And Jones 9 PM Longstreet 10 PM Owen Marshall, Counselor At Law 11 PM News, Sports, Weather 11:30 Dick Cavett WCJB Ch. 20 Gainesville, FL (NBC) 7 AM Today 9 AM Movie: "Once More, With Feeling!" 10:30 Concentration 11 AM Sale Of The Century 11:30 Hollywood Squares 12 N Jeopardy! 12:30 Who, What Or Where 12:55 NBC News 1 PM Somerset 1:30 Three On A Match 2 PM Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 3:30 Dinah's Place 4 PM Movie: "The Brothers Rico" 5:55 Earl Nightingale 6 PM News, Sports, Weather 6:30 NBC News 7 PM Movie Game 7:30 Untamed World 8 PM Flip Wilson 9 PM Ironside 10 PM Dean Martin 11 PM News, Sports, Weather 11:30 Tonight Show WYEA (WLTZ) Ch. 38 Columbus, GA (NBC) 6:40 Farm Report 6:45 News, Forestry Report 7 AM Today 9 AM Peyton Place (the original) 9:30 Movie Game (Stu Gilliam, David Hemmings, Gayle Hunnicutt, Rich Little, Jaye P. Morgan, Ryan O'Neal) 10 AM Dinah's Place 10:30 Concentration 11 AM Sale Of The Century 11:30 Hollywood Squares

12 N Jeopardy! 12:30 Who, What Or Where 12:55 NBC News 1 PM Somerset 1:30 Three On A Match 2 PM Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 3:30 Bright Promise 4 PM Movie: "Sweet Smell Of Success" 6 PM News, Sports, Weather 6:30 NBC News 7 PM I Spy 8 PM Flip Wilson 9 PM Ironside 10 PM Dean Martin 11 PM Alfred Hitchcock Presents 11:30 Tonight Show Retro: Michigan Sun, Apr 7, 1968 Posted by request, from TV Guide-Michigan State edition 2 WJBK-CBS Detroit 3 WKZO-CBS Kalamazoo 4 WWJ-NBC Detroit 4* WTOM-ABC/NBC Cheboygan 5 WNEM-NBC Saginaw 6 WJIM-CBS Lansing 7 WXYZ-ABC Detroit 7* WPBN-ABC/NBC Traverse City 8 WOOD-NBC Grand Rapids 9 CKLW-CBC Windsor 9* WWTV-ABC/CBS Cadillac 10 WILX-NBC Jackson/WMSB-NET Lansing 12 WJRT-ABC Flint 13/12 WZZM-ABC Grand Rapids (13)/Kalamazoo (12) 25 WKNX-CBS Saginaw Morning 5:00 5 Movie "The DI" cont'd 5:30 5 News 5:35 5 Movie "Lucky Nick Cain" 6:05 2 TV Chapel 6:10 2 News (c) 6:15

2 Let's Find Out (children's theater) 6:30 2 Cathedral of Tomorrow (c) 6:50 12 News (c) 7:00 5 Big Picture 12 Casper 7:25 4 News (c) 7:30 2 Christopher Program (c) 4 Country Living (c) 5 Frontiers of Faith "Moral Implications of the Future" (conclusion) 12 Word of Life (c) 13/12 Story (c) 7:45 3 Christopher Program (c) 8:00 2-3-12 This is the Life (c) 4 Frontiers of Faith (c, same program as 7:30 on ch 5) 5 Revival Fires (c) 6 God is the Answer (c) 7 TV College (c) 9*-13/12 Cathedral of Tomorrow (c) 10 Wills Family (c) 8:15 9-25 Sacred Heart 8:30 2 Temple Baptist Church (c) 3 Sacred Heart (c) 4 Church at the Crossroads (c) 5 God is the Answer 7 Directions "And on the Seventh Day" (c/recollections of three people entering Jerusalem's Old City after the Six-Day War...an Israeli soldier who lost a close friend in the war, a young woman returning to her childhood home, and a foreigner who offered to fight in the war but was turned down) 8 Faith for Today (c) 9 Hymn Sing (c) 10 Life at Its Best 12 Story (c) 25 This is the Life 8:45 3 Morning Service (c) 8:55

4 Newsworthy (c) 9:00 2 Mass for Shut-Ins 3-6-25 Tom & Jerry (c) 4 Oopsy! the Clown (c) 7 Dialogue (c) 8 Woodland Chapel (c) 9 Man Alive 9* Revival Fires 10 Atom Ant/Secret Squirrel (c) 12 Light Unto My Path (c) 13/12 Insight 9:30 2 With This Ring (c/WJBK originated this show, which was eventually syndied) 3-6-25 Underdog (c) 4 House Detective (c) 5 Herald of Truth 7-13/12 Milton the Monster (c) 9 Spectrum 9* Faith for Today 10 Birdman (c) 12 Insight "Don't Elbow Me Off the Earth" (c) 9:45 2 Highlight (c) 10:00 2-3-6-12/13 Mormon Conference (c) 5 Hoss' Sunday Funnies 7-12 Linus the Lionhearted (c) 8 Word of Life (c) 9 Hawkeye 9*-25 In Heaven & Earth (c/a tour of the Israel Museum) 10 Super President (c) 10:30 7-12 Bugs Bunny (c) 8 This is the Life (c) 9 Bozo's Big Top (c) 9*-25 Look Up & Live 10 Flintstones (c) 11:00 4-4*-5-7* Palm Sunday Mass (c/St. John the Evangelist RC Church, Deer Park OH) 7-12 Bullwinkle (c) 8-9* Catholic Mass 10 Spectrum "The Silent Invader" (a Japanese report on lung cancer) 25 Camera Three (c/world of posters) 11:30 7 Discovery '68 "Where the Sea Begins" (c) 9 Movie "Wheel of Fortune" 10 News in Perspective (analysis of the US gold drain/assessing Presidential contenders) 12 In Our Opinion "Should the State of Michigan Provide Direct Aid to Parochial & Private

Schools?" (c) 25 Face the Nation (c) Afternoon noon 2 Movie "Zarak" (c) 3 With This Ring (c) 4 U of M Presents (how news can be manipulated) 4*-7* Insight 5-7-8 Championship Bowling (c/on 7, semifinal between Jim Stefanich and Pete Tountas; no info on 5-8's show) 6 Community Calendar 9* This is the Life 12 Polka Varieties (c/guests Art Perko and his band, Steven Ferenczy, the Remarkables, and Frank Yankovic & the Yanks) 13/12 Stories of the King 25 Children's Gospel Hour 12:15 3 Industry on Parade 12:30 3-6-9* Face the Nation (c) 4 Design Workshop (c) 4*-7* Living in Faith 10 PBL (Glenn Gould talks about Mozart's merits and shows them on the piano/Edward P. Morgan reports from Milwaukee on the run-up to the Wisconsin primary) 13/12 Focus 13 25 Movie "Frontier Gambler" 12:55 13/12 Point of View 1:00 3 Daktari (c) 4-4*-7*-8 Meet the Press (c/guest UK Chancellor of the Exchequer (Secretary of Finance/Finance Minister) Roy Jenkins) 5 Wrestling 6 Let the Bible Speak (c) 7-13/12 Directions "The Final Ingredient" (a Passover opera; Directions expands to an hour this week, spiking Issues & Answers) 9 Movie "For Heaven's Sake" 9* U of M Television 12 Upbeat (c/guests Freddie Scott, Al Hirt, Vic Dana, Steve Colt, and the Split Levels) 1:30 4 At the Zoo (c) 4*-7* This is the Life 6 The Answer (c) 8 15 with Father (c) 1:45 8 World of Sports (c) 1:55 2 Year of the Tiger (c)

2:00 2-3-6-9*-25 NHL Playoffs (c) 4 Flipper (c) 4*-7-7*-12-13/12 NBA Playoffs: winners of Philadelphia-New York vs Boston-Detroit (c) 5 Shell's Wonderful World of Golf: from St. Andrews with Phil Rodgers and Dave Thomas on the historic Old Course 2:15 8 Great Music (c) 2:30 4 Wild Kingdom "Raccoon Valley" 8 Experiment in TV (c/a look at how theater is being presented to the deaf) 10 Assignment 10 (a rerun of the Saturday program) 3:00 4 Film Feature 5 Los Angeles Times Grand Prix highlights (c) 3:30 4-5-8 Passover Special "The Passover of Rembrandt van Rijn" (c) 9 Movie "Adventure in Baltimore" 4:00 4-8 Greater Greensboro Open golf (c; 8 will only carry the first hour) 4*-7-7*-12-13/12 American Sportsman (c/season finale) 5 War This Week (c) 10 NET Journal "Men Against Cancer" 4:30 2 Film Feature: Help Pay for the USA (c) 3 TBA 5 Animal Secrets "The Critical Time" (c) 6-9*-25 Greater Greensboro Open golf (c/JIP) 5:00 2 Film Feature: The Antkeeper 3 Western Theater 4*-5-7*-8-10 Governor's Cup Skiing 7 Movie "The Stratton Story" 12 Movie "Girl on the Run" 13/12 Movie "Tales of Manhattan" 5:30 2 Patty Duke 3-6-9*-25 Ted Mack's Amateur Hour (first of 2 shows where 3-time winners square off for the National Amateur Championships; competing are Heinz Riivald (singer), Hagop Topoozian (singer), the Pretenders (singers), the Lyman Dancers, Lonnie Grah (guitarist), Susan Button (pantomimist), Georgia Binns (baton-twirler), and Whirlin' Wheels (bike act)) 4 Governor's Cup Skiing (c/JIP) 9 Laredo "It's the End of the Road, Stanley" (c) Evening 6:00 2 News (c)

3-6-9*-25 21st Century "The Human Heart" (c) 4-4*-5-7*-8 GE College Bowl: Lake Erie College vs Dartmouth or Immaculata College (c) 10 Movie "Great Day in the Morning" 6:30 2 Opportunity Line (c) 3 Tiger Talk (c) 4 News (c) 4*-5-7* Flipper (c) 6 This is the Life (c) 9 Movie "Reap the Wild Wind" (c) 12 Death Valley Days (c) 13/12 Professionals (c) 25 Talk Back 7:00 2-3-6-9*-25 Lassie (c) 4 George Pierrot (c) 4*-5-7*-8 Wild Kingdom "Spotted Lightning" (c) 7-12-13/12 Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea (c) 7:30 2 Truth or Consequences (c) 3-6-9*-25 Gentle Ben (c) 4-4*-5-7*-8-10 Walt Disney's World "The Mystery of Edward Sims" (c/conclusion) 8:00 2-3-6-9*-25 Dick Van Dyke (c/Dick's joined by brother Jerry and Michel Legrand, and a cameo by Carl Reiner) 7-12-13/12 FBI (c) 8:25 9 News (c/Mary Morgan) 8:30 4-4*-5-7*-8-10 Mothers-in-Law (c) 9 Lowell Thomas "Gateway to the Gods" (c) 9:00 2-3-6-9*-25 Smothers Brothers (c/guests Carl Reiner, Hamilton Camp, Jennie Smith, and the Happenings) 4-4*-5-7*-8-10 Bonanza (c) 7-12-13/12 Movie "Hud" 9 Flashback (c) 9:30 9 TBA 10:00 2-3-6-9*-25 Mission: Impossible (c) 4-5-8 High Chaparral (c) 4*-7* News/Weather 9 Way It Is (c/review of the Liberal Leadership Convention and an interview with the new leader) 10 Julia Child (the "French Chef" goes behind the scenes of a White House state dinner) 10:15

4*-7* Movie "The Marriage-Go-Round" 11:00 2-3-4-5-6-7-8-9-9*-12-13/12-25 News (c on all stations except 5) 10 NET Playhouse "Julius Monk's Plaza 9" 11:15 3 Joe Pyne (c/an ex-con talks about being behind bars in Arkansas) 7 Movie "Many Rivers to Cross" (c) 9 Movie "Waltz of the Toreadors" (c) 9* Untouchables 25 Movie "Courageous Mr. Penn" 11:20 6 Movie "Price of Tomatoes" 12 Great Moments in Music (c) 11:30 2 Movie "Valley of the Kings" (c) 4 Beat the Champ 5 Tonight Show (c/guests Tony Randall, Carolyn Jones, and Guy Lombardo) 8 Movie "Blood on the Moon" 13/12 Movie "Godzilla" 11:35 12 Movie "Catherine of Russia" Late Night midnight 10 People in Jazz 12:45 3 Movie "To the Ends of the Earth" 12:55 7 Skiing (c/Erikson) 1:00 4-7 News (c on 4) 5 Movie "No Trees in the Streets" 13/12 Reflections 1:05 9 Window on the World 1:30 2 Naked City 2:00 2 News/Weather (c) Retro: Kansas Monday, January 25, 1965 Departing from our usual "on this day" custom, I got a couple of Kansas editions of TV Guide from 1965 and

'66 as a freebie with some Atlanta editions, and since Kansas is not normally my specialty I wanted to post these retros: KCKT (KSNC) Ch. 2 Great Bend/KARD (KSNW) Ch. 3 Wichita/ KGLD (KSNG) Ch. 11 Garden City (KOMC (KSNK) Ch. 8 Oberlin carries the same shows as Ch. 2) (NBC) 6:15 Operation Alphabet 6:45 Kansas Today 7 AM Today (Roger Caras discusses his book "Dangerous To Man") 9 AM Make Room For Daddy 9:30 What's This Song? (guests: Betty White and Morey Amsterdam) (COLOR) 9:55 NBC News (Edwin Newman) 10 AM Concentration 10:30 Jeopardy! (COLOR) 11 AM Say When! (COLOR) 11:30 Truth Or Consequences (COLOR) 11:55 NBC News (Ray Scherer) 12 N (2) (Cool (11) Markets, Weather (3) News (Smith, Thompson) 12:15 Elmer Childress 12:30 Let's Make A Deal (COLOR) 12:55 NBC News (Floyd Kalber) 1 PM Moment Of Truth 1:30 The Doctors 2 PM Another World 2:30 You Don't Say! (guests: Peter Lawford and Rose Marie) (COLOR) 3 PM Match Game (guests: Marty Ingels and Jane Withers) 3:25 NBC News (Nancy Dickerson) 3:30 Major Astro (COLOR) 4:45 Lloyd Thaxton 5:30 Huntley-Brinkley Report 6 PM News, Weather, Sports (COLOR) 6:30 Karen (Debbie Watson plays the title character-some ten years later ABC would have a show called "Karen" with Karen Valentine as a Washington lobbyist.) 7 PM Man From U.N.C.L.E. 8 PM Andy Williams (guests: Gene Barry, Jill St. John, bossa nova exponent Antonio Carlos Jobim) (COLOR) 9 PM Lena Horne Special (from London, with James Mason making his singing debut) 10 PM (2) (Cool (11) News, Weather, Sports (3) News, Weather 10:15 (3) Tonight Show (COLOR) 10:30 (2) (Cool (11) Tonight Show (COLOR) KTVC (KBSD) Ch. 6 Ensign/Dodge City/KTVH (KWCH) Ch. 12 Wichita (CBS) 6:40 (6) Modern Mathematics 7 AM (12) Community Window

7:10 Agriculture Today 7:20 (6) Film Short (12) News 7:30 (6) Weather, News, Markets (12) Lone Ranger 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM CBS News (Mike Wallace) 9:30 (6) Film Feature (12) A Number Of Things 9:55 (12) Fascinating Women 10 AM Andy Griffith 10:30 Real McCoys 11 AM Love Of Life 11:25 CBS News (Robert Trout) 11:30 Search For Tomorrow 11:45 Guiding Light 12 N (6) News, Weather (12) News, Markets, Weather 12:15 (6) Agri-Business Report (12) Woman's World 12:30 As The World Turns 1 PM Password (in Hollywood, guests are Jane Wyman and Ray Bolger) 1:30 Art Linkletter's House Party (guests: psychologist Loriene Chase and 1964 Olympic swimming medalist Cathy Ferguson) 2 PM To Tell The Truth (Robert Q. Lewis subs for Bud Collyer this week; panel: Barry Nelson, Milt Kamen, Joan Fontaine, Phyllis Newman) 2:25 CBS News (Douglas Edwards) 2:30 Edge Of Night 3 PM Secret Storm 3:30 Bachelor Father 4 PM Leave It To Beaver 4:30 Dobie Gillis 5 PM Rifleman 5:30 CBS News (Harry Reasoner subs for Walter Cronkite) 6 PM News, Weather, Sports 6:25 (12) Hunting And Fishing 6:30 To Tell The Truth (again, Robert Q. Lewis subs for Bud Collyer; panel: Orson Bean, Peggy Cass, Kitty Carlisle, Tom Poston) 7 PM I've Got A Secret (guest: Peter Lawford; panel: Bess Myerson, Bill Cullen, Betsy Palmer, Henry Morgan--Steve Allen has replaced Garry Moore as host) 7:30 Andy Griffith (superstitious Barney throws away a chain letter, then has a string of bad luck) 8 PM The Lucy Show 8:30 Many Happy Returns 9 PM CBS News Special (Jim Aubrey had moved the "CBS News Hour" to Mondays and stripped it of all commercials so it wouldn't count in the ratings--although CBS would win the season, Aubrey had to make eleven schedule changes at midseason to hold off a charge by ABC) 10 PM News, Weather, Sports 10:30 Movie: "The Cobweb"

KAYS (KBSH) Ch. 7 Hays/KLOE (KBSL) Ch. 10 Goodland (CBS, ABC) 7:05 Daily Word 7:10 Agriculture Today 7:20 News 7:30 Lone Ranger 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM CBS News 9:30 Tennessee Ernie Ford Show (guest: singer Frank Farnelli, delay of at least a week from 10 AM, ABC) 10 AM Andy Griffith 10:30 Real McCoys 11 AM Love Of Life 11:25 CBS News 11:30 Search For Tomorrow 11:45 Guiding Light 12 N News, Markets, Weather 12:30 As The World Turns 1 PM Password 1:30 Art Linkletter's House Party 2 PM To Tell The Truth 2:25 CBS News 2:30 Edge Of Night 3 PM Secret Storm 3:30 Bachelor Father 4 PM Leave It To Beaver 4:30 Dobie Gillis 5 PM Rifleman 5:30 CBS News 6 PM News, Weather, Sports 6:25 Men Of Destiny 6:30 To Tell The Truth 7 PM I've Got A Secret 7:30 Andy Griffith 8 PM The Lucy Show 8:30 Many Happy Returns 9 PM Ben Casey (although in the in-pattern time this is a delay of at least a week, ABC) 10 PM News, Weather, Sports 10:30 Movie: "The Cobweb" KAKE Ch. 10 Wichita/KUPK Ch. 13 Garden City (ABC) 8 AM (10) Kansas Scene (13) Hugoton Report 8:15 Cartoon Time 9 AM Romper Room 9:30 (10) Jack LaLanne (13) Kup-Kake And Coffee Time 10 AM Tennessee Ernie Ford Show (state-fair emcee Johnny Matson is Ernie's guest) 10:30 Price Is Right (celebrity guest: Constance Bennett, final months of the Bill Cullen version) 11 AM Donna Reed 11:30 Father Knows Best 12 N (10) News, Weather, Cartoons

(13) News, Weather 12:30 Party Line 1 PM Flame In The Wind (later "A Time For Us") 1:30 Day In Court 1:55 ABC News (Marlene Sanders) 2 PM General Hospital 2:30 Young Marrieds 3 PM Trailmaster ("Wagon Train" reruns, mainly with Ward Bond) 4 PM Movie: "Tarzan's Peril" 5:30 ABC News (Ron Cochran--Peter Jennings, all of 26, was about to take over) 5:45 News 5:55 (10) Weather, Editorial 6 PM Huckleberry Hound 6:30 Voyage To The Bottom Of The Sea (interestingly, this episode is called "The Invaders" as Nelson (Richard Basehart) discovers a humanlike creature inside a capsule buried in a submerged city--two years hence, Roy Thinnes would be encountering aliens on the series "The Invaders") 7:30 No Time For Sergeants (Sammy Jackson as Will Stockdale, the role made famous by Andy Griffith--ratings-wise, Will is no match for Andy or his Marine counterpart Gomer Pyle) 8 PM Wendy And Me (an overlooked gem with George Burns as the owner of an apartment building and Connie Stevens as his Gracie-like tenant) 8:30 Bing Crosby Show (the question still lingers: if Bing Crosby wanted to do a series why this unremarkable sitcom about a retired singer whose wife (Beverly Garland) wants to get into show business?) 9 PM Ben Casey 10 PM News, Weather, Sports 10:30 Les Crane Retro: Tucson and Nogales, Arizona, Tuesday, April 29, 1975 Source: Arizona Daily Star It was on 30 April 1975, 29 April in the United States, that Saigon fell, ending the Vietnam War. Evening and some daytime network programs were pre-empted for special news reports about the developments in Vietnam and the evacuation that the American Embassy had organised from Saigon. As Im going to be moving the weekend of the 29th, Im posting the listings tonight. STATIONS 4 KVOA-TV Tucson (NBC) 6 KUAT-TV Tucson (PBS) 9 KGUN Tucson (ABC) 11 KZAZ (KMSB) Nogales (Independent) 13 KOLD-TV Tucson (CBS) MORNING 5:20 13 Farm & Ranch Report 5:30

13 Sunrise Semester (The Near East in modern times) 5:50 4 Reportaje de Noticias 6:00 4 Today (Al Capp is among the scheduled guests) 9 A.M. America 13 The CBS Morning News with Hughes Rudd and Bruce Morton 7:00 13 Captain Kangaroo 8:00 4 High Rollers (Alex Trebek game) 9 Not For Women Only (Ann Landers guest hosts) 13 Tucson Today 8:30 4 Hollywood Squares (Peter Marshall game) 9 Blankety Blanks (Bill Cullen game) 13 Love of Life 8:55 13 CBS Midday News 9:00 4 Jackpot! (Geoff Edwards game) 9 Password (Allen Ludden game) 13 The Young & The Restless 9:30 4 Blank Check (Art James game) 6 Song Bag 9 Split Second (Tom Kennedy game) 13 Search for Tomorrow 9:45 6 All About You 9:55 4 NBC News 10:00 4 Celebrity Sweepstakes (Jim McKrell game; this appears to be the West Coast feed; the East Coast feed was apparently taken live for all of the NBC game shows before this) 6 Mister Rogers Neighborhood 9 All My Children 13 The Jokers Wild (Jack Barry game) 10:30 4 Days of Our Lives 6 Sesame Street 9 Lets Make a Deal (Monty Hall game) 13 As the World Turns

11:00 9 The $10,000 Pyramid (Dick Clark game) 13 The Guiding Light 11:30 4 The Doctors 6 Villa Allegre 9 The Big Showdown (Jim Peck game) 13 The Edge of Night AFTERNOON 12:00 4 Another World 6 The Electric Company 9 General Hospital 11 The 700 Club 13 Local News 12:30 6 Time Out! 9 One Life to Live 13 Match Game 75 1:00 4 Somerset 6 Lets All Sing! 9 The Money Maze (Nick Clooney game) 13 TattleTales (Bert Convy game) 1:15 6 En Francais 1:30 4 Wheel of Fortune (Chuck Woolery game; delayed from 7:30 East Coast feed) 6 Bread and Butterflies 9 Green Acres 11 The New Zoo Revue 13 Gambit (Wink Martindale game; delayed from 7:30 East Coast feed) 2:00 4 Whats My Line? (Larry Blyden game; Blyden died just over one month after this) 9 Movie (The West Point Story, 1950 musical starring James Cagney) 11 Bob Love Family Theater (How to Stuff a Wild Bikini, 1965 Beach Comedy with Annette Funicello, Mickey Rooney and Buster Keaton) 13 Now You See It (Jack Narz game; delayed from 8:00 East Coast feed) 2:30 4 The Courtship of Eddies Father 13 The Price is Right (Bob Barker game; delayed from 12:00 East Coast feed) 3:00 4 Family Affair 13 Ironside 3:30 4 The Merv Griffin Show (guests include Chad Everett, Kay Starr, Sydney Omarr and singer Tom

McKinney) 11 Father Knows Best 4:00 6 Mister Rogers Neighborhood 9 The Mickey Mouse Club (Jerry Colonna guests) 11 Nanny & The Professor 13 Dinah! 4:30 6 Sesame Street 9 ABC Evening News with Howard K. Smith & Harry Reasoner 11 Room 222 5:00 4/9/13 Local News 11 Gilligans Island 5:30 4 NBC Nightly News with John Chancellor 6 The Electric Company 9 Hogans Heroes 11 I Love Lucy 13 CBS Evening News with Walter Cronkite EVENING 6:00 4 Local News 6 Lilias, Yoga & You 9 The Mod Squad 11 The Partridge Family (Nothing is listed for KOLD-TV/13; Im assuming it was a local newscast that was scheduled here) 6:30 4 The Lucy Show 6 Something Else 11 Bewitched 13 To Tell The Truth (Garry Moore game) 6:55 6 News 7:00 4 Adam-12 6 Topic of Tucson 9 Happy Days 11 News 13 All In The Family (was this delayed from Saturday at 7:00, or did CBS move this series into the Good Times slot on its way to Monday nights that Fall?) 7:30 4 NBC World Premiere Movie (They Only Come Out at Night, 1975 mystery TV-movie starring Jack Warden) 6 Nova 9 ABC Tuesday Movie Of The Week (Returning Home, 1975 drama TV-movie about World War II veterans adjusting to post-War American life, starring Dabney Coleman and Tom Selleck)

11 Tucson City Forum 13 M*A*S*H 8:00 11 Bonanza 13 Hawaii Five-O (William Windom guest stars) 8:30 6 Woman 9:00 4 Police Story (David Birney stars) 6 Interface 9 Marcus Welby, M.D. (guests are Lindsay Wagner, Dack Rambo and Diana Hyland) 11 Perry Mason 13 Barnaby Jones 9:30 6 Solar Energy 10:00 4/9/13 Local News 6 Book Beat (a repeat of an interview with British humorist P.G. Wodehouse, whod died in February at age 93) 11 The Best of Groucho 10:30 4 The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson (guests include Harvey Korman and comic Irv Benson) 9 Wide World of Entertainment (Has Marriage Had It?, a documentary special hosted by Dyan Cannon and featuring Lee Grant) 11 Movie (Spring Reunion, 1957 romantic drama starring Betty Hutton and Dana Andrews) 13 The CBS Late Movie (Madigan: The Midtown Beat, 1973 episode of the NBC mystery series starring Richard Widmark and Charles Durning) 12:00 4 Tomorrow with Tom Snyder 9 News 12:30 11 Rod Serlings Night Gallery (Serling died two months after this) 1:00 4/11 News RETRO: MILWAUKEE--4/29/1992 Source: The Milwaukee Sentinel WTMJ-TV (NBC) Ch-4 5:30am: NBC News at Sunrise 6:00am: News 7:00am: Today 9:00am: Jenny Jones 10:00am: Jerry Springer

11:00am: A Closer Look with Faith Daniels 11:30am: News 12:00pm: Days of Our Live 1:00pm: Another World 2:00pm: Santa Barbara 3:00pm: Jeopardy! 3:30pm: Family Feud 4:00pm: Oprah Winfrey 5:00pm: News 5:30pm: NBC Nightly News 6:00pm: News 6:30pm: Wheel of Fortune 7:00pm: Unsolved Mysteries 8:00pm: The 27th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards 10:00pm: News 10:35pm: The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson 11:35pm: Entertainment Tonight 12:05am: Late Night with David Letterman 1:05am: Later with Bob Costas 1:35am: News Rebroadcast 2:10am: CNN News 4:00am: Nightside (to 5:30am) WITI-TV (CBS) Ch-6 5:00am: This Morning's Business 5:30am: CBS Morning News 6:00am: News 7:00am: CBS This Morning 9:00am: The Young and the Restless (a day behind) 10:00am: The Price is Right 11:00am: Montel Williams 12:00pm: News 12:30pm: The Bold and the Beautiful 1:00pm: As the World Turns 2:00pm: Guiding Light 3:00pm: Geraldo 4:00pm: Donahue 5:00pm: News 5:30pm: CBS Evening News 6:00pm: News 6:30pm: A Current Affair 7:00pm: Movie: Batman (1989) 9:30pm: Rescue 911 10:00pm: News 10:35pm: Cheers 11:05pm: Dangerous Curves 12:05am: Now It Can Be Told 12:35am: NightTalk with Jane Whitney 1:35am: Joan Rivers 2:35am: Sally Jesse Raphael 3:35am: Up to the Minute (to 5:00am) WMVS-TV (PBS) Ch-10 6:00am: To Life! 6:15am: AM Weather 6:30am: Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

7:00am: Sesame Street 8:00am: Captain Kangaroo 8:30am: Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 9:00am: Hooked on Aerobics 9:30am: Sit and Be Fit 10:00am: Sewing with Nancy 10:30am: Hometime 11:00am: 3-2-1 Contact 11:30am: Sesame Street 12:30pm: Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 1:00pm: Barney & Friends 1:30pm: Body Pulse 2:00pm: Gourmet Cooking 2:30pm: Cooking in America 3:00pm: Lamb Chop's Playhouse 3:30pm: Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 4:00pm: Sesame Street 5:00pm: Square One TV 5:30pm: Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego? 6:00pm: The MacNeil/Lehrer Newshour 7:00pm: Smith & Company 7:30pm: Auction 8:00pm: Arts Place 8:30pm: Latino Focus 9:00pm: National Geographic Special: Braving Alaska 10:00pm: American Playhouse: Thousand Pieces of Gold 12:00am: Off-Air (to 6:00am: WISN-TV (ABC) Ch-12 5:00am: News This Morning 6:00am: News 7:00am: Good Morning America 9:00am: Maury Povich 10:00am: Home 11:00am: All My Children (a day behind) 12:00pm: News 12:30pm: Milwaukee's Talking 1:00pm: One Life to Live 2:00pm: General Hospital 3:00pm: Live with Regis and Kathie Lee 4:00pm: Who's The Boss? 4:30pm: Perfect Strangers 5:00pm: The Cosby Show 5:30pm: World News Tonight 6:00pm: News 6:30pm: Inside Edition 7:00pm: The Wonder Years 7:30pm: Doogie Howser M.D. 8:00pm: Room for Two 8:30pm: Sibs 9:00pm: ABC News Special: The New Rules of Love 10:00pm: News 10:30pm: The Golden Girls 11:00pm: M*A*S*H 11:30pm: Nightline 12:00am: Hard Copy

12:30am: Simon & Simon 1:30am: News Rebroadcast 2:00am: Paid Programming 2:30am: World News Now (to 5:00am) WVTV (IND) Ch-18 6:00am: Woody Woodpecker 6:30am: The Jetsons 7:00am: Widget 7:30am: Video Power 8:00am: G.I. Joe 8:30am: The Flinstones 9:00am: Paid Programming 9:30am: ALF 10:00am: Leave It to Beaver 10:30am: The New Leave It to Beaver 11:00am: Carol Burnett & Friends 11:30am: The People's Court 12:00pm: Love Connection 12:30pm: The People's Court 1:00pm: Family Ties 1:30pm: It's A Living 2:00pm: The New Leave It to Beaver 2:30pm: I Dream of Jeannie 3:00pm: Merrie Melodies 3:30pm: Tiny Toon Adventures 4:00pm: Chip 'N Dale's Rescue Rangers 4:30pm: Darkwing Duck 5:00pm: Saved by the Bell 5:30pm: Head of the Class 6:00pm: Full House 6:30pm: Growing Pains 7:00pm: Movie: Death Wish 4- The Crackdown 9:00pm: News 10:00pm: Three's Company 10:30pm: Love Connections 11:00pm: Hunter 12:00am: 21 Jump Street 1:00am: News Rebroadcast 2:00am: Dairyland Greyhound Report 2:30am: Gilligan's Island 3:00am: Gunsmoke 4:00am: Home Shopping (to 7:00am) WCGV-TV (FOX) Ch-24 6:00am: Romper Room 6:30am: Casper 7:00am: Dennis the Menace 7:30am: James Bond Jr. 8:00am: Muppet Babies 8:30am: Alvin & The Chipmunks 9:00am: Paid Programming 9:30am: Paid Programming 10:00am: The 700 Club 11:00am: Matlock 12:00pm: The Andy Griffith Show

12:30pm: The Andy Griffith Show 1:00pm: Highway to Heaven 2:00pm: The Bullwinkle Show 2:30pm: Peter Pan & The Pirates 3:00pm: Talespin 3:30pm: Darkwing Duck (yep, was also on WVTV. WVTV and WCGV shared rights to The Disney Afternoon block, with each station airing an hour of the two-hour block) 4:00pm: Beetlejuice 4:30pm: Punky Brewster 5:00pm: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 5:30pm: 227 6:00pm: Studs 6:30pm: Married with Children 7:00pm: Star Trek: The Next Generation 8:00pm: Movie: Twins 10:00pm: The Bob Newhart Show 10:30pm: Married with Children 11:00pm: The Arsenio Hall Show 12:00am: The Dennis Miller Show 1:00am: On Scene-Emergency Response 1:30am: Emergency Call 2:00am: The Wild Wild West 3:00am: Perry Mason 4:00am: Paid Programming (to 6:00am) WMVT-TV (PBS) Ch-36 8:00am: New Yankee Workshop 8:30am: Instructional TV 11:00am: Minds on Science 11:30am: Today's Japan 12:00pm: Computer Works 12:30pm: Computer Works 1:00pm: Instuctional TV 3:30pm: Hatha Yoga 4:00pm: New Yankee Workshop 4:30pm: Streamside 5:00pm: The Machine That Changed the World 6:00pm: Principals of Accounting 6:30pm: Famous American Disaster-The Wall Street Crash of 1929 7:00pm: Today's Japan 7:30pm: America's Interests 8:00pm: The MacNeil/Lehrer Newshour 9:00pm: Nightly Business Report 9:30pm: European Journal 10:00pm: Sneak Previews 10:30pm: Smith & Company 11:00pm: The MacNeil/Lehrer Newshour 12:00am: Off-Air (to 8:00am) WDJT-TV (IND) Ch-58 7:00am: Success-N-Life 8:00am: Shopping Spree 9:30am: Divorce Court 10:00am: One on One with John Tesh (pre-empted by WTMJ) 10:30am: Classic Concentration (pre-empted by WTMJ) 11:00am: Designing Women (pre-empted by WITI)

11:30am: Family Feud (pre-empted by WITI) 12:00pm: Movie: TBA 2:00pm: News (didn't know they aired news at this point, wonder if it was a rebroadcast from another station. I know WITI aired their coverage of the Jeffrey Dahmer trial on WDJT, so who knows?) 2:30pm: The Saint 3:30pm: The Lone Ranger 4:00pm: The Lone Ranger 4:30pm: Annie Oakley & Friends 5:00pm: Bonanza 6:00pm: The Bowling Game 7:00pm: Movie: The Baron & The Kid 9:00pm: The Mary Tyler Moore Show 9:30pm: The Mary Tyler Moore Show 10:00pm: Bonanza 11:00pm: Hardcastle & McCormick 12:00am: The Saint 1:00am: News 1:30am: Paid Programming 2:00am: Shepherd's Chapel 3:00am: Paid Programming (to 7:00am) Thanks for posting this! I was in high school during this time, and this was when I began taking an interest in television as a business. - It's interesting looking at WTMJ's schedule then, compared to now. Channel 4's daytime schedule today is almost all news after NBC's gazillion hours of "Today." (News these days is programmed on WTMJ from noon to 1 p.m., 3 to 5:30 p.m. and 6 to 7 p.m., and if a snowflake falls from the sky -- as it did two days ago here in Brew City -- all bets are off!) - Milwaukee, like many other cities, would endure an affiliate shake-up several years later from the New World deal. In late 1994, WITI (Channel 6) became a FOX affiliate, WCGV (Channel 24) would go to UPN a month later (when it was launched) and, in a move that would drastically bolster its presence, WDJT (Channel 58) joined the CBS family. - Over the years, WDJT has changed drastically from its humble beginnings. (Programming, as one can see in this post, was a lot of shows passed on by network affiliates and public domain stuff.) Despite its changes, the channel has always been under the same ownership -- Weigel Broadcasting -- since its inception in 1988. Weigel today has become a pioneer with its ME-TV channels in Chicago and Milwaukee and its partnership with the This TV channel on digital subchannels. Speaking of Channel 58, I believe the 2 p.m. news was a feed from the All News Channel, a defunct, um, all news channel, that tried at the time to compete with CNN. Retro: Tucson and Nogales, Arizona, Thursday, April 4, 1968 Source: Arizona Daily Star Stations: 4 KVOA-TV Tucson (NBC) 6 KUAT-TV Tucson (NET) 9 KGUN Tucson (ABC) 11 KZAZ Nogales (Independent) 13 KOLD-TV Tucson (CBS) MORNING

5:50 13 Farm, Ranch Roundup 6:00 13 Sunrise Semester 6:30 13 CBS Morning News with Joseph Benti 6:55 4 Reportaje de Noticias 13 State News 7:00 4 Today (Hugh Downs and Barbara Walters were still hosting) 13 Captain Kangaroo 7:25 9 Thought for the Day 7:30 9 Marshal KGUN 8:00 4 Snap Judgment (Ed McMahon game show) 9 Romper Room (Jane Harrison leads the version seen in Tucson) 13 Candid Camera (rerun with Allen Funt and Durward Kirby) 8:25 4 NBC News (Nancy Dickerson) 8:30 4 Concentration 9 This Morning (Dick Cavetts guests are Rex Reed, Dana Valery, Ruby Dee and Ossie Davis) 13 The Beverly Hillbillies 9:00 4 Personality (Larry Blyden game show) 13 Andy of Mayberry 9:30 4 Hollywood Squares (Peter Marshall game show) 13 The Dick Van Dyke Show 10:00 4 Jeopardy! (Art Fleming game show) 9 Bewitched 13 Love of Life 10:25 13 CBS News 10:30 4 Eye Guess (Bill Cullen game show) 9 Treasure Isle (John Bartholomew Tucker game show) 13 Search for Tomorrow

10:45 13 The Guiding Light 11:00 4 News (Dick Meyer and Sue Green anchor) 9 Dream House (Mike Darrow game show) 13 Password 11:30 4 Lets Make a Deal 9 Wedding Party (Alan Hamel game show) 11 From The Border (Nogales-based talk show hosted by Oscar Stevens) 13 As The World Turns AFTERNOON 12:00 4 Days of our Lives 9 The Newlywed Game (Bob Eubanks meal ticket) 13 Love Is a Many-Splendored Thing 12:30 4 The Doctors 9 The Baby Game (Richard Hayes game show) 13 Art Linkletters House Party (guest is Theodora Van Runkle, the costume designer for the thenhit movie Bonnie & Clyde) 12:55 9 The Childrens Doctor (Dr. Lendon Smith) 1:00 4 Another World 9 General Hospital 13 To Tell The Truth (Bud Collyer hosted for five more months after this broadcast) 1:25 13 CBS Midday News with Douglas Edwards 1:30 4 You Dont Say (Tom Kennedy game show) 9 Dark Shadows 13 The Edge of Night 2:00 4 The Match Game (Gene Rayburn game show) 9 The Afternoon Movie (Broadway, 1942 mystery, with Janet Blair and Pat OBrien) 13 The Secret Storm 2:30 4 Movie (Magic Fire, 1951 musical, with Yvonne de Carlo) 11 Telecinema (telenovelas) 13 The Mike Douglas Show (Betty Hughes, wife of the Governor of New Jersey, is guest host; guests are Victor Buono and singers Earl Wrightson and Lois Hunt) 3:30 11 The Pioneers (reruns of Death Valley Days)

4:00 9 The Dating Game (Jim Lange game show) 11 The Danny Thomas Show (Thomas co-owned the station at the time) 13 The Merv Griffin Show (Steve Lawrence subs for Merv; guests include Robert Goulet, Brock Peters, Vince Edwards, Joan Rivers and Corbett Monica) 4:30 4 Girl Talk (one of Virginia Grahams guests is disc jockey Sally Jessy I assume this is Ms. Raphael) 9 ABC Evening News with Bob Young 11 Uncle Bobs Cartoons (Bob Love was the emcee) It was at 5:01 P.M. Arizona Time that Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was shot in Memphis; he was pronounced dead 64 minutes later. The first of the networks news bulletins about the assassination aired in the next half hour. 5:00 4 Reports 9 News on Nine 5:30 4 The Huntley-Brinkley Report 9 Divorce Court 11 Discotheque (teen dance show hosted by Peter Huntington May) 13 CBS Evening News with Walter Cronkite 5:45 6 Perspective (repeat of an hour-long news analysis program) EVENING 6:00 4/13 News 9 Adventure 11 McHales Navy 6:30 4 The Reluctant Dragon (special Kukla, Fran & Ollie adaptation of Kenneth Grahames tale) 9 The Second Hundred Years 11 Gilligans Island 13 Cimarron Strip (guest star is Peter Kastner) 6:45 6 Art Studio 7:00 6 Whats New (grizzly bears, mountain lions, the orbit of The Moon and Thai folk music) 9 The Flying Nun 11 Stage Eleven (The Three Sisters, 1956 adaptation of the Chekhov novel, starring Sandy Dennis, Kim Stanley, Geraldine Page, Shelley Winters and Kevin McCarthy) 7:30 4 Adam-12 (the pilot episode) 6 Shelter from Radiation (civil defense special) 9 Bewitched

8:00 4 Ironside (Dwayne Hickman and David Carradine guest) 6 The French Chef (Julia Child demonstrates souffl and Hollandaise sauce recipes) 9 California Girl (Sally Field special) 13 The CBS Thursday Night Movie (One Mans Way, 1964 biography of Norman Vincent Peale starring Don Murray, Diana Hyland and William Windom) 8:30 6 The Written Word (Dr. Frank Baxter demonstrates a model of a 1500 printing press) 9:00 4 The Dean Martin Show (guests are Billy DeWolfe, Vince Edwards, Morgana King, Linda Bennett, The Kids Next Door and comedians Colvin & Wilder) 6 Your Right to Say It 9 The Joe Pyne Show 11 The Gypsy Rose Lee Show 9:30 6 The Marijuana Question (University of Arizona special) 11 The Texan 10:00 4/9/13 News 6 Campus News 11 Command Performance (repeat of The Three Sisters) 10:15 4 The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson (the East Coast feed, joined in progress for only 45 minutes; Im guessing that for years Tucson didnt get Johnnys monologue or characters) 10:30 9 The Joey Bishop Show (guests are Wayne Newton, Eva Gabor, Pete Barbutti and Don Knotts) 13 Perry Mason (The Case of the Corpse) 11:00 4 Movie (Port Sinister, 1952 science fiction story starring James Warren and Lynne Roberts) 11:30 13 Late Show (Alexanders Ragtime Band, the 1938 Irving Berlin musical starring Tyrone Power and Alice Faye; followed by a newscast) 9 KGUN Tucson (ABC) 11:30 AM Wedding Party (Alan Hamel hosts) I didn't know that he hosted this. The only game show that I know of that he hosted was The Anniversary Game in which one of the models, Suzanne Somers, would later become his wife. 11 KZAZ Nogales (Ind.) 4:00 PM The Danny Thomas Show (Danny Thomas co-owned the station at the time) When did they start using the title "Make Room For Daddy" (the 1956-1962 episodes) for syndication? I probably assume that it was when "Make Room For Granddaddy" first premiered in 1970 to avoid confusion with the reruns but again I'm not sure.

If you saw my posts on New York City TV listings for this date: http://boards.radio-info.com/smf/index.php?topic=188264.0 (NYC VHF's) http://boards.radio-info.com/smf/index.php?topic=188266.0 (UHF's and Connecticut TV) . . . you'll find that WOR-TV aired the Danny Thomas episodes under the Make Room for Daddy heading (a late 1962 episode, B.T.W., was on that date). Presumably it was the Arizona Daily Star that used The Danny Thomas Show title. As for Mr. Hamel - I mentioned that little fact about him regarding that show, that it was an early game-show hosting gig; Anniversary Game was his next show. 5:30 11 Discotheque (teen dance show hosted by Peter Huntington May) Peter Huntington May was a DJ (8 PM-midnight) on KIKX 580 at the time; he replaced original host (KIKX DJ) Jack Mitchell when Mitchell left the market. Quote 6:30 4 The Reluctant Dragon (special Kukla, Fran & Ollie adaptation of Kenneth Grahames tale) 7:30 4 Adam-12 (the pilot episode) 8:00 4 Ironside (Dwayne Hickman and David Carradine guest) 9:00 4 The Dean Martin Show (guests are Billy DeWolfe, Vince Edwards, Morgana King, Linda Bennett, The Kids Next Door and comedians Colvin & Wilder) Not sure about Adam-12 at 7:30 (probably the 9:30/8:30 Dragnet timeslot), but the other three prime time shows appear to be a week late, when you compare them to the NYC broadcast schedule (link referrred to by wbhist). Quote 10:15 4 The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson (the East Coast feed, joined in progress for only 45 minutes; Im guessing that for years Tucson didnt get Johnnys monologue or characters) You are correct, sir! Channel 4 would roll the Tonight Show open (recorded at 9:15), then just about when Ed tosses it to Johnny they'd cut to the network feed and pick up wherever the show was in progress at 10:16 or so (12:16 ET). 6:30 4 The Reluctant Dragon (special Kukla, Fran & Ollie adaptation of Kenneth Grahames tale) 7:30 4 Adam-12 (the pilot episode) 8:00 4 Ironside (Dwayne Hickman and David Carradine guest) 9:00 4 The Dean Martin Show (guests are Billy DeWolfe, Vince Edwards, Morgana King, Linda Bennett, The Kids Next Door and comedians Colvin & Wilder) Not sure about Adam-12 at 7:30 (probably the 9:30/8:30 Dragnet timeslot), but the other three prime time shows appear to be a week late, when you compare them to

the NYC broadcast schedule (link referrred to by wbhist). ...the Kukla, Fran & Ollie special is also not pre-empting Daniel Boone in New York's listings, either. Might KVOA have been getting kinnies and videotapes from NBC because of the time zone problems? And/or the Arizona Daily Star (and Tucson Citizen, which used the same information) getting outdated info?... 10:15 4 The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson (the East Coast feed, joined in progress for only 45 minutes; Im guessing that for years Tucson didnt get Johnnys monologue or characters) You are correct, sir! Channel 4 would roll the Tonight Show open (recorded at 9:15), then just about when Ed tosses it to Johnny they'd cut to the network feed and pick up wherever the show was in progress at 10:16 or so (12:16 ET). ...in the listings I posted a few weeks back for http://boards.radio-info.com/smf/index.php? topic=184619.0 9 February 1961, I noticed that both KVAR/12 Mesa and KVOA-TV went late to Jack Paar's version of Tonight as well (the last hour in Phoenix, the last 45 minutes in Tucson). When did 12 and 4 start running the whole show? And, in Tucson's case, did it make the showing of the entire Joey Bishop Show on KGUN/9 any stronger in the local ratings?... ..the Kukla, Fran & Ollie special is also not pre-empting Daniel Boone in New York's listings, either. Might KVOA have been getting kinnies and videotapes from NBC because of the time zone problems? KVOA's prime time schedule in the mid- and late 1960s was a combination of same night live net, tape delay (typically a week late), and film print delay (sometimes two weeks). A few shows were aired on different nights. ...in the listings I posted a few weeks back...I noticed that both KVAR/12 Mesa and KVOA-TV went late to Jack Paar's version of Tonight as well (the last hour in Phoenix, the last 45 minutes in Tucson). When did 12 and 4 start running the whole show? And, in Tucson's case, did it make the showing of the entire Joey Bishop Show on KGUN/9 any stronger in the local ratings?... By late 1963 (the 11/22/63 listings as an example), KTAR-TV 12 Mesa was listing Tonight in full from 10:30 PM-midnight. I don't know however if it was same night or a night late. By the late 1960s, I'm pretty sure KTAR-TV was airing it same night in full. Sometime around 1970-71, KVOA-TV established a microwave link with KTAR-TV so the Phoenix station could feed "in pattern" prime time to Tucson each evening. This is the type of link that was already in place between the ABC and CBS affils in Phoenix and Tucson. The Tucson CBS station (KOLD-TV) finally got its own Telco line circa 1977 and started doing its own delays; I don't recall a date for the separation of the ABC and NBC stations, however NBC started a Mountain zone feed around 1985. RETRO: PHILADELPHIA - 09/02/1999 (update) Thursday, September 2, 1999 KYW-TV CBS3 05:00AM News 05:30AM News 06:00AM News

07:00AM News 08:00AM This Morning 09:00AM Maury 10:00AM Martha Stewart 11:00AM Price is Right 12:00PM News 12:30PM Young and the Restelss 01:30PM Bold and the Beautiful 02:00PM As the World Turns 03:00PM Guiding Light 04:00PM Sally Jessy Raphael 05:00PM News 06:00PM News 06:30PM CBS News 07:00PM Entertainment Tonight 07:30PM Hollywood Squares 08:00PM Diagnosis Murder 10:00PM 48 Hours 11:00PM News 11:30PM Late Show with David Letterman 12:30AM US Highlights 01:30AM Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn 02:00AM Howie Mandel 03:00AM Inside Edition 03:30AM Paid Programming 04:30AM Up to the Minute WPVI-TV ABC6 05:00AM ABC News 05:30AM News 06:00AM News 07:00AM Good Morning America 09:00AM Regis and Kathie Lee 10:00AM Rosie O'Donnell 11:00AM The View 12:00PM News 12:30PM Port Charles 01:00PM All My Children 02:00PM One Life to Live 03:00PM General Hospital 04:00PM Oprah Winfrey 05:00PM News 06:00PM News 06:30PM ABC News 07:00PM Jeopardy! 07:30PM Wheel of Fortune 08:00PM Whose Line Is it Anyway? 08:30PM Whose Line Is it Anyway? 09:00PM Bloopers 10:00PM Nightline 11:00PM News 11:35PM Nightline 12:05AM Political Inct. 12:35AM Philly After Midnight 01:05AM Jenny Jones 02:05AM News

02:40AM ABC News 04:10AM Paid Programming 04:40AM Paid Programming WCAU-TV NBC10 05:00AM NBC News 05:30AM News 06:00AM News 07:00AM Today 09:00AM Leeza 10:00AM Roseanne Show 11:00AM Sunset Beach 12:00PM Days of Our Lives 01:00PM Passions 02:00PM Jerry Springer 03:00PM Montel Williams 04:00PM News 05:00PM News 06:00PM News 06:30PM NBC News 07:00PM EXTRA 07:30PM Access Hollywood 08:00PM Friends 08:30PM Jesse 09:00PM Frasier 09:30PM Frasier 10:00PM ER 11:00PM News 11:35PM Tonight Show with Jay Leno 12:35AM Late Night with Conan O'Brien 01:35AM Later 02:05AM TBA 03:05AM TBA 04:05AM Access Hollywood 04:35AM This Morning's Business WPHL-TV WB17 05:00AM Consumer Corner 05:30AM Community Close-Up 06:00AM Kenneth Copeland 06:30AM RoboCop 07:00AM Beast Wars: Transformers 07:30AM Doug 08:00AM Tiny Toon Adventures 08:30AM Histeria! 09:00AM DuckTales 09:30AM Too Close for Comfort 10:00AM The People's Court 11:00AM Judge Mills Lane 11:30AM Judge Mills Lane 12:00PM Ricki Lake 01:00PM Change of Heart 01:30PM Love Connection 02:00PM Real TV 02:30PM Hercules 03:00PM Pinky and the Brain

03:30PM Animaniacs 04:00PM The New Batman/Superman Adventures 04:30PM The New Batman/Superman Adventures 05:00PM Boy Meets World 05:30PM Boy Meets World 06:00PM Fresh Prince of Bel-Air 06:30PM Fresh Prince of Bel-Air 07:00PM Friends 07:30PM NFL Football: Eagles vs. Browns 10:45PM News 11:30PM Friends 12:00AM Love Connection 12:30AM Married...with Children 01:00AM News 02:00AM NFL Football: Eagles vs. Browns (repeat) WTXF-TV FOX29 05:00AM A Different World 05:30AM M*A*S*H 06:00AM News 06:30AM News 07:00AM News 09:00AM Donny and Marie 10:00AM Judge Joe Brown 10:30AM Judge Joe Brown 11:00AM Divorce Court 11:30AM Divorce Court 12:00PM NewsRadio 12:30PM Roseanne 01:00PM The Cosby Show 01:30PM The Cosby Show 02:00PM The Magic School Bus 02:30PM The Magic School Bus 03:00PM Power Rangers: Lost Galaxy 03:30PM The Magician 04:00PM Spider-Man 04:30PM The Woody Woodpecker Show 05:00PM Judge Judy 05:30PM Judge Judy 06:00PM Home Improvement 06:30PM The Simpsons 07:00PM The Simpsons 07:30PM Seinfeld 08:00PM World's Wildest Police Videos 09:00PM World's Scariest Police Chases 10:00PM News 11:00PM Frasier 11:30PM Frasier 12:00AM NewsRadio 12:30AM M*A*S*H 01:00AM Cops 01:30AM Paid Programming 02:00AM Paid Programming 02:30AM Paid Programming 03:00AM News 04:00AM Hogan's Heroes

04:30AM Hogan's Heroes WPSG-TV UPN57 05:00AM Andy Griffith 05:30AM Paid Programming 06:00AM 700 Club 06:30AM Benny Hinn 07:00AM Pokemon 07:30AM Wacky World of Tex Avery 08:00AM Sailor Moon 08:30AM I Love Lucy 09:00AM I Love Lucy 09:30AM The Honeymooners 10:00AM The Honeymooners 10:30AM Archie Bunker's Place 11:00AM Forgive or Forget 12:00PM Jenny Jones 01:00PM In the Heat of the Night 02:00PM Grace Under Fire 02:30PM Charles in Charge 03:00PM California Dreams 03:30PM Saved by the Bell 04:00PM Saved by the Bell 04:30PM California Dreams 05:00PM Step by Step 05:30PM Step by Step 06:00PM Sister, Sister 06:30PM Sister, Sister 07:00PM Martin 07:30PM Living Single 08:00PM WWF Smackdown! 10:00PM Sanford and Son 10:30PM Good Times 11:00PM Sanford and Son 11:30PM The Nanny 12:00AM The Nanny 12:30AM Grace Under Fire 01:00AM Forgive or Forget 02:00AM Viper 03:00AM Paid Programming 03:30AM Paid Programming 04:00AM Andy Griffith 04:30AM Paid Programming Retro: Nebraska/Siouxland Thurs, Apr 7, 1955 from TV Guide-Nebraska edition KMTV 3-CBS Omaha 8:00 Morning Show (guest pianist Jose Melis; Jack Paar hosts) 9:00 Garry Moore 9:30 Arthur Godfrey Time 10:00 Your TV Home (Betty Tolson) 10:30 Strike It Rich 11:00 Valiant Lady

11:15 Love of Life 11:30 Search for Tomorrow 11:45 Guiding Light noon Noon Edition (Bill Talbot) 12:15 Martha's Kitchen Club 12:30 Welcome Travelers 1:00 Dixie Four 1:15 Robert Q. Lewis 1:30 Linkletter's House Party 2:00 Dione Lucas Cooking Show 2:30 Bob Crosby 3:00 Better Living 3:30 On Your Account 4:00 Road of Life 4:15 Brighter Day 4:30 Inner Flame 4:45 Barker Bill's Cartoon Show 5:00 Rusty's Talent Sprouts 5:30 Weather/News/Sports 6:00 Ray Bolger 6:30 Lone Ranger "Trigger Finger" 7:00 Ray Milland "The Green Thumb" 7:30 Climax "Private Worlds" 8:30 Four Star Playhouse "The Collar" 9:00 Public Defender "The Sapphire Mink" 9:30 Willy "Willy's New York Neighbors" 10:00 Weather Sketches 10:05 All the News (Floyd Kalber; the future NBC newsman was ch 3's News Director) 10:20 Camera on Sports 10:30 Ranch House Jamboree 11:00 Dollar a Second 11:30 Late Show "A Boy, a Girl, and a Bike" 12:30 Late Edition KTIV 4-NBC Sioux City 2pm Ted Mack's Matinee 2:30 Greatest Gift 2:45 Miss Marlowe 3:00 Hawkins Falls 3:15 Words & Music 3:30 Mr. Sweeney 3:45 Modern Romances 4:00 Pinky Lee 4:30 Howdy Doody 5:00 Land of Magic 5:30 Super Serial 6:00 News (Ken Wayman) 6:15 Weather (Don Stone) 6:20 Sports (Bob Wilson) 6:30 Dinah Shore (Easter music) 6:45 Dutch Treat 7:00 You Bet Your Life 7:30 Victory at Sea 8:00 Dragnet 8:30 Ford Theater "Deception" 9:00 Video Theater "The Browning Version"

10:00 News (Ken Wayman) 10:15 Weather (Tom Searls) 10:20 Sportscope (Bob Wilson) 10:30 Hour Glass Theater WOW 6-NBC Omaha 7:00 Today (from Washington, a concert with the US Navy Band) 7:25 Today on the Farm 7:30 Today 8:25 Today in Omaha 8:55 Today at Home 9:00 Ding Dong School 9:30 Way of the World 9:45 Women's View 10:00 Home 11:00 Catholic Holy Week (Mass from the Cathedral) 11:30 Feather Your Nest noon Farm News 12:15 Snicker Flickers 12:45 Matinee Movie 2:00 Ted Mack's Matinee 2:30 Greatest Gift 2:45 Miss Marlowe 3:00 Hawkins Falls 3:15 First Love 3:30 Mr. Sweeney 3:45 Modern Romances 4:00 Connie's Kitchen 4:30 Howdy Doody 5:00 Trail Time 6:00 Stand By for Action 6:20 News/Weather 6:30 Dinah Shore 6:45 Camel News Caravan 7:00 You Bet Your Life 7:30 Cisco Kid 8:00 Dragnet 8:30 Four Star Playhouse "The Collar" 9:00 Ford Theater "Deception" 9:30 Video Theater "The Browning Version" 10:00 Weatherman 10:07 News 10:23 Sports 10:30 It's a Great Life 11:00 TV News Conference 11:30 TV Feature mid. Last Report KVTV 9-CBS Sioux City 8:45 Curio Shop 9:00 Garry Moore 9:30 Arthur Godfrey Time 10:00 Morning Movie "Varieties on Parade" 11:30 Search for Tomorrow 11:45 Fun to Sew noon Inner Flame

12:15 Road of Life 12:30 Weather (Pierce Smith) 12:35 News/Markets (Nelson) 12:45 Film Subject 1:00 Robert Q. Lewis 1:30 Welcome Travelers 2:00 Open House (Jan Voss) 2:30 Bob Crosby 3:00 Brighter Day 3:15 Secret Storm 3:30 On Your Account 4:00 Three for a Quarter 4:15 Cartoons & Cowboys 5:00 Kids' Korner 5:30 Lone Ranger 6:00 News/Sports 6:15 Weather 6:20 Markets 6:30 CBS News 6:45 Industry on Parade 7:00 Farm Picture 7:30 Climax "Private Worlds" 8:30 Four Star Playhouse "The Collar" 9:00 Passport to Danger 9:30 Stories of the Century 10:00 Sports 10:10 Weather 10:20 News 10:30 Amos 'n' Andy 11:00 Travel Time KOLN 10-ABC/CBS Lincoln 12:15pm TV Farm Camera 12:30 Dinner Bell Roundup (Bill Morris) 1:00 Time for a Song (Paul Jensen) 1:30 Creative Cookery 2:00 Big Payoff 2:30 TBA 3:00 Right Around Home 3:30 Movie Matinee 4:45 Cactus Pete 5:00 Merry & Mr. Bill 5:30 Captain Video 5:45 National & International News (Bob Taylor) 5:50 Bill King on Sports 6:00 Weather (Joe Kinney) 6:05 Lincoln-Land News (Bob Taylor) 6:15 ABC News 6:30 Lone Ranger "Trigger Finger" 7:00 TBA 7:15 Ames Brothers 7:30 Climax "Private Worlds" 8:30 I've Got a Secret 9:00 What's Your Answer? 9:30 Ford Theater 10:00 Weather (Bob Taylor)

10:07 Lincoln-Land News (By Krasne) 10:17 National & International News (By again) 10:27 Bill King on Sports 10:37 Starlight Theater KELO 11-CBS/NBC Sioux Falls 11:00 TBA 11:15 Love of Life 11:30 Search for Tomorrow 11:45 Curly Boyd noon Four Star News 12:15 Road of Life 12:30 Welcome Travelers 1:00 Matinee Theater 2:00 Big Payoff 2:30 Greatest Gift 2:45 Bob Crosby 3:00 Brighter Day 3:15 Secret Storm 3:30 On Your Account 4:00 Pinky Lee 4:30 Movie Quick Quiz 4:45 Date with Clare 5:00 Captain 11 5:30 Stu Erwin 6:00 Musical Variety 6:10 Crusader Rabbit 6:15 Treasure Chest 6:30 Farm Market News 6:40 Sideline Highlights (Burt) 6:45 Home Edition of the News 6:55 Siouxland Weather 7:00 You Bet Your Life 7:30 Life of Riley 8:00 Dragnet 8:30 Four Star Playhouse "The Collar" 9:00 Ford Theater 9:30 TBA 10:00 Old Home Weather 10:10 Cummings Sportsreel 10:20 Fenn's News (Wigginton) 10:30 Break the Bank 11:00 Feature Movie KUON 12-Edu Lincoln 9:00 Documentary 9:30 Alumni Coffee Break 10:00 On the Rural Route 10:15 Electricity at Work 10:30 Nebraska History Telecourse 11:15 Introduction to Art 11:30 Sports for the Mrs. noon Today on the Campus KHOL 13-CBS Holdredge 1:50pm Thought for Living

2:00 Big Payoff 2:30 Platters Pictorially Yours 2:45 Bob Crosby 3:00 Woman's Voice 3:30 Theater Matinee 4:45 Captain Video (Al Hodges) 5:00 Kiddies' Korner 5:30 Industry on Parade 5:45 Armed Forces Show 6:00 Kukla, Fran & Ollie 6:15 News/Markets (Lewis) 6:25 News Commentary (Shaner) 6:30 Weather Views (Milliken) 6:35 Local News (Lewis) 6:40 Sports (Shaner) 6:45 TV Feature 7:00 Soldier Parade (Arlene Francis welcomes Army performers Steven Ortiz (Albuquerque/guitarist-singer), Arnald Boketaitas (NYC/baritone), and Lloyd Lindroth (Seattle/harpist); also performances from the Fort Dix band and chorus, and the Sixth Army Headquarters pipe band from San Francisco) 7:30 Theater Tonight 8:30 Robert Q. Lewis 9:00 Honest John 9:30 TBA 10:00 Weather Views (Milliken) 10:10 Sportscope (Shaner) 10:20 News at Night 10:30 Rainbow Boxing KOLN 10-ABC/CBS Lincoln 10:00 Weather (Bob Taylor) 10:07 Lincoln-Land News (By Krasne) 10:17 National & International News (By again) 10:27 Bill King on Sports 10:37 Starlight Theater Odd...a 37-minute news block that begins with weather. Starting with the weather apparently wasn't that odd... KMTV 3-CBS Omaha 10:00 Weather Sketches 10:05 All the News (Floyd Kalber; the future NBC newsman was ch 3's News Director) WOW 6-NBC Omaha 10:00 Weatherman 10:07 News KELO 11-CBS/NBC Sioux Falls 10:00 Old Home Weather "Old Home" probably refers to Old Home Bread... remember C.W. McCall's "Old Home Fill'er Up and Keep On Truckin' Cafe"? The song came from the TV spots he did for Old Home Bread>

10:10 Cummings Sportsreel 10:20 Fenn's News (Wigginton) KHOL 13-CBS Holdredge 10:00 Weather Views (Milliken) 10:10 Sportscope (Shaner) 10:20 News at Night Then there's starting out with sports: KVTV 9-CBS Sioux City 10:00 Sports 10:10 Weather 10:20 News

Retro: Oklahoma/Wichita Falls/Ada-Ardmore Fri, Apr 8, 1960 from TV Guide-Oklahoma State edition KVOO 2-NBC Tulsa 6:15 Daily Word 6:20 News (Bob Shaw) 6:30 Continental Classroom "Chemistry" (c) 7:00 Today 9:00 Dough Re Mi 9:30 Play Your Hunch 10:00 Price is Right (c) 10:30 Concentration 11:00 Truth or Consequences 11:30 It Could be You (c) noon News 12:15 Town & Country Time 12:30 Cartoons 1:00 Queen for a Day 1:30 Loretta Young 2:00 Young Dr. Malone 2:30 From These Roots 3:00 Thin Man 3:30 Buckskin "A Picture of Pa" 4:00 Jet Jackson "The Young Criminal" 4:30 Big Bill & Oomagog 5:00 Life of Riley 5:30 Highway Patrol 6:00 Weather 6:05 Sports (Len Morton) 6:10 News (George Martin) 6:15 NBC News 6:30 People are Funny (last show at this time, moves to Wed 9:30 next week) 7:00 Troubleshooters "Gino" 7:30 Art Carney "Victory" (c) 9:00 Boxing: from Ogden UT, Lamar Clark (Cedar City UT/44-0, 43 KO) takes on Bartolo Soni (Dominican Republic/12-2-1, 8 KO) in a 10 round heavyweight bout 9:45 Jackpot Bowling: Tony Lindemann tries his luck 10:00 News

10:10 Weather (Bill Blair) 10:20 Sports (Len Morton) 10:30 Jack Paar (a rerun with guests Eva Gabor, Art Linkletter, Charles Dornan, and Paul Lynde) KFDX 3-NBC Wichita Falls 6:30 Continental Classroom "Chemistry" (c) 7:00 Today 8:55 Time for Jill (Jill Peltason) 9:00 Dough Re Mi 9:30 Play Your Hunch 10:00 Price is Right (c) 10:30 Concentration 11:00 Truth or Consequences 11:30 It Could Be You (c) noon Weather/News 12:15 Comedy Time 1:00 Queen for a Day 1:30 Loretta Young 2:00 Young Dr. Malone 2:30 From These Roots 3:00 Thin Man 3:30 Buckskin "A Picture of Pa" 4:00 Popeye's Clubhouse 5:00 Pet Parade 5:15 Hobby Lobby (Warren Silver) 5:30 Comedy Time 5:55 News/Weather 6:15 NBC News 6:30 Brave Stallion "Boy Scout Story" 7:00 Troubleshooters "Gino" 7:30 Art Carney "Victory" (c) 9:00 Boxing: Clark-Soni 9:45 Jackpot Bowling 10:00 News 10:05 Weather/News 10:25 Bowling in Review 10:30 Jack Paar WKY 4-NBC Oklahoma City 6:00 Continental Classroom "Chemistry" (a 23.5 hr delay in glorious B&W) 6:30 Bulletin Board 6:40 Singing Pastor 6:45 Farm News/Weather 7:00 Today 9:00 Dough Re Mi 9:30 Play Your Hunch 10:00 Price is Right (c) 10:30 Concentration 11:00 Truth or Consequences 11:30 It Could Be You (c) noon News 12:15 Weather (Jim Williams) 12:25 Tom Paxton 1:00 Queen for a Day 1:30 Loretta Young 2:00 Mike Wallace (author Erskine Caldwell talks with Mike about sex, racial conflict, and religion)

2:30 Matinee Theater 3:30 Buckskin "A Picture of Pa" 4:00 Highway Patrol 4:30 Foreman Scotty 5:00 Little Rascals 5:30 Bozo the Clown (animated) 5:45 NBC News 6:00 News 6:20 Weather (Bob Thomas) 6:30 People are Funny 7:00 Troubleshooters "Gino" 7:30 Art Carney "Victory" (c) 9:00 Boxing: Clark-Soni 9:45 Jackpot Bowling 10:00 News 10:15 Weather 10:25 Sports 10:30 Jack Paar KOCO 5-ABC Oklahoma City 9:30 Bugs Bunny Theater 10:30 Early Show "Rendezvous with Annie" noon Restless Gun 12:30 Love That Bob! 1:00 About Faces 1:30 It's a Great Life "Beauty Contest" 2:00 Day in Court 2:30 Gale Storm 3:00 Beat the Clock 3:30 Who Do You Trust? 4:00 American Bandstand 5:00 Popeye Theater 5:30 Rin Tin Tin "The Scotchman's Gold" 6:00 Popeye Theater 6:25 News/Weather 6:30 Walt Disney "The Goofy Success Story" 7:30 Man from Blackhawk "The Search for Cope Borden" 8:00 77 Sunset Strip "The Fix" 9:00 Detectives "The Old Gang" 9:30 Black Saddle "The Return" 10:00 Californians "J. Jimmerson Jones Inc." 10:30 News/Weather 10:35 Adventure Theater "My Outlaw Brother" KOTV 6-CBS Tulsa 6:55 Light of Life 7:00 Sun-Up (Bob Mills) 8:00 CBS News 8:15 Captain Kangaroo (guest is 10-yr-old pianist/composer Joey Alfidi) 9:00 Hi, Neighbor! (Betty Boyd) 9:30 On the Go 10:00 I Love Lucy 10:30 December Bride 11:00 Love of Life 11:30 Search for Tomorrow 11:45 Guiding Light

noon News 12:15 Woman's Page (Betty Boyd) 12:30 As the World Turns 1:00 For Better or Worse 1:30 House Party 2:00 Millionaire 2:30 Verdict is Yours 3:00 Brighter Day 3:15 Secret Storm 3:30 Edge of Night 4:00 Showtime Matinee "Those High Grey Walls" 5:15 Three Stooges 5:45 Time for Richut 5:55 Lorenzo 6:00 News 6:05 Weather (Sid Lasher) 6:10 Sports 6:15 CBS News 6:30 Rawhide "Incident of the Dancing Death" 7:30 Lock Up 8:00 Salute to the American Theater 9:00 Twilight Zone "The Big Tall Wish" 9:30 Person to Person (interviews with Roger & Annette Vadim in Rome, and Simone Signoret & Yves Montand in Hollywood; Charles Collingwood racks up the air miles) 10:00 News/Weather 10:15 Comment (Roger Sharp) 10:20 Hollywood Showtime "The More the Merrier" KSYD 6-CBS Wichita Falls 7:00 Cartoon Carnival 8:15 Captain Kangaroo 9:00 My Little Margie 9:30 On the Go 10:00 I Love Lucy 10:30 December Bride 11:00 Love of Life 11:30 Science Fiction Theater "Bulletproof" noon Amos 'n' Andy "The Birthday Card" 12:30 As the World Turns 1:00 For Better or Worse 1:30 House Party 2:00 Millionaire 2:30 Verdict is Yours 3:00 Brighter Day 3:15 Secret Storm 3:30 Edge of Night 4:00 Californians 4:30 Three Stooges 4:45 Bozo the Clown (animated) 5:00 Three Stooges 5:30 Roy Rogers "Ghost Gulch" 6:00 Weather 6:05 News 6:15 CBS News 6:30 Rawhide "Incident of the Dancing Death" 7:30 Phil Silvers (Sgt. Bilko) "Bilko's Chinese Restaurant"

8:00 Pony Express (premiere) 8:30 Hotel de Paree 9:00 Tombstone Territory 9:30 Whirlybirds "Guilty of Old Age" 10:00 Weather/News 10:30 Movie: TBA KSWO 7-ABC Lawton/Wichita Falls 11:00 Good Morning (Williams) 11:30 From Hollywood "Adventures for Hire" noon Restless Gun 12:30 Love That Bob! 1:00 About Faces 1:30 Burns & Allen 2:00 Day in Court 2:30 Gale Storm 3:00 Beat the Clock 3:30 Who Do You Trust? 4:00 American Bandstand 5:30 Rin Tin Tin "The Scotchman's Gold" 6:00 News 6:10 Weather 6:15 ABC News 6:30 Walt Disney "The Goofy Success Story" 7:30 Man from Blackhawk "The Search for Cope Borden" 8:00 77 Sunset Strip "The Fix" 9:00 Detectives "The Old Gang" 9:30 Grand Jury "The Woman Who Talked" 10:00 News/Weather 10:25 Shock! "The Invisible Man" KTUL 8-ABC Tulsa 8:30 Bozo the Clown (animated) 8:45 Popeye 9:15 Cartoon Capers 9:45 Spotlight Theater "Rendezvous" 11:30 Spotlight (Louise Bland) 11:45 News (Jack Morris) noon Restless Gun 12:30 Love That Bob! 1:00 About Faces 1:30 Muskogee on Parade 2:00 Day in Court 2:30 Gale Storm 3:00 Beat the Clock 3:30 Who Do You Trust? 4:00 American Bandstand 5:00 Cartoon Circus 5:30 Rin Tin Tin "The Scotchman's Gold" 6:00 Pony Express (premiere) 6:30 Walt Disney "The Goofy Success Story" 7:30 Man from Blackhawk "The Search for Cope Borden" 8:00 77 Sunset Strip "The Fix" 9:00 Detectives "The Old Gang" 9:30 Black Saddle "The Return" 10:00 News

10:15 Weather 10:25 Theater 8 "Captain from Castile" KWTV 9-CBS Oklahoma City 6:45 Morning Devotions 6:55 Weather 7:00 You Name It 7:30 News/Farm Markets 7:45 Weather 7:50 Storyland (Miss Fran) 8:15 Captain Kangaroo 8:45 News/Weather 9:00 Red Rowe (Verna Felton teaches Red to knit) 9:30 On the Go 10:00 I Love Lucy 10:30 December Bride 11:00 Love of Life 11:30 Search for Tomorrow 11:45 Guiding Light noon News/Weather 12:15 Farm News/Weather (Liles) 12:30 As the World Turns 1:00 Life of Riley "School Board Critic" 1:30 House Party 2:00 Millionaire 2:30 Verdict is Yours 3:00 Brighter Day 3:15 Secret Storm 3:30 Edge of Night 4:00 Three Stooges "Love at First Bite"/"Malice in the Palace" 4:30 Early Show "Over My Dead Body" 5:50 Weather/News 6:10 Editorial (Bruce Palmer) 6:15 CBS News 6:30 Rawhide "Incident of the Dancing Death" 7:30 Pony Express "Payoff" 8:00 Salute to the American Theater 9:00 Twilight Zone "The Big, Tall Wish" 9:30 Johnny Midnight 10:00 News 10:15 Weather 10:25 Sports 10:30 Big Show "Random Harvest" KTEN 10-ABC/CBS/NBC Ada noon Restless Gun 12:30 Love That Bob! 1:00 About Faces 1:30 This is the Life "Party Line" 2:00 Day in Court 2:30 Gale Storm 3:00 Beat the Clock 3:30 Who Do You Trust? 4:00 American Bandstand 5:30 Rin Tin Tin "The Scotchman's Gold" 6:00 News

6:10 Weather 6:15 ABC News 6:30 Walt Disney "The Goofy Success Story" 7:30 Man from Blackhawk "The Search for Cope Borden" 8:00 77 Sunset Strip "The Fix" 9:00 Detectives "The Old Gang" 9:30 TBA 10:00 Weather/News 10:15 Movie "Gold is Where You Find It" KOED 11-Tulsa/KETA 13-Oklahoma City (Edu) 8:30 In-School Programs 3:00 sign-off 4:00 What's New? 4:30 Continental Classroom (x2) 5:30 Film Feature 6:00 News (Ted Neptune) 6:15 Frontiers of Space 6:30 Music Clubs 7:00 Film Feature 7:30 Poets & Poetry 8:00 Law & Ethics 8:30 That Free Man May Live (guest: South Korean Ambassador You Chan-yang) 9:00 High School Physics KXII 12-NBC Ardmore 9:00 Dough Re Mi 9:30 Play Your Hunch 10:00 Price is Right (c) 10:30 Concentration 11:00 Woman's World (Cox) 11:30 It Could Be You (c) noon News/Weather 12:15 Film Feature 12:30 Twelve Acres (Olivo) 1:00 Queen for a Day 1:30 Loretta Young 2:00 Young Dr. Malone 2:30 From These Roots 3:00 Thin Man 3:30 Buckskin "A Picture of Pa" 4:00 Current 4:30 Tall Tower Theater (the title refers to their tower in Madill, OK which launched in 1959, moving from its original location near Ardmore in order to improve service to Durant, OK and Sherman/Denison, TX) 5:00 Kiddies' Korner (Armstrong) 5:30 Home Folks Show 6:00 News/Weather 6:15 NBC News 6:30 People are Funny 7:00 Troubleshooters "Gino" 7:30 Art Carney "Victory" (c) 9:00 Boxing: Clark-Soni 9:45 Jackpot Bowling 10:00 News 10:15 Weather

10:25 Sports 10:30 Jack Paar I also notice KXII as an NBC affiliiate; when I lived in North Texas in the late '70s and could frequently pick up the station in Plano, I know it was CBS primary/NBC secondary (I know it always struck me as strange that it wouldn't carry "The Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Hour" on Saturday mornings but I had KDFW, so no matter). When did KXII begin carrying CBS? Also, how long was KTEN an ABC affiliate before going back to NBC? According to the KTEN Wikipedia page (the station has a very short history page on their website, but no dates on it), the station became full NBC in 1998 after an ownership change, but was running primary NBC by the mid 80s. Ironically enough, ABC runs in the market through a subchannel launched in May 2010. According to KXII's Wiki page, they started running Eye programming in 1960 as secondary, increasing to half NBC-half CBS by the mid 70s, went primary Eye in 1977/78, and became exclusively CBS in 1985. Retro: Kentucky Tuesday, April 6, 1965 From TV Guide, Kentucky Edition: WAVE Ch. 3 Louisville (NBC) 6:45 Today On The Farm (Jack Crowner) 7 AM Today (Rex Harrison, whose "My Fair Lady" won the Best Picture Oscar in 1964, discusses last night's awards--"The Sound of Music" was Best Picture) 9 AM Morning Show (COLOR) 9:30 Speculation (local game show in which contestants can win stock in various companies, COLOR) 9:55 News (Ryan Halloran) 10 AM Truth Or Consequences (COLOR) 10:30 What's This Song? (first game show for Wink Martindale, then known as "Win" Martindale--guests: Lola Albright and Bob Denver, COLOR) 10:55 NBC News (Edwin Newman) 11 AM Concentration 11:30 Jeopardy! (COLOR, will not move to its more familiar noon slot until Sept. 27) 12 N Call My Bluff (guests: Tom Poston and Betty Furness, COLOR) 12:30 I'll Bet (Jaye P. Morgan and Artie Kane vs. Brian and Judy Keith-this show will be revived in syndication as "It's Your Bet," and will be hosted for a time by Tom Kennedy, brother of "I'll Bet" host Jack Narz) 12:55 NBC News (Ray Scherer) 1 PM 77 Sunset Strip 2 PM Moment Of Truth (Canadian soap that will be replaced Nov. 8 by "Days Of Our Lives") 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 3:30 You Don't Say! (guests: Win(k) Martindale and Betty White)

(COLOR) 4 PM Movie: "Rogues' Regiment" 5:45 Rocky And His Friends 6:15 Local Weather, News 6:30 Huntley-Brinkley Report 7 PM Hennesey 7:30 Mr. Novak 8:30 Hullabaloo (host Paul Anka presents Chubby Checker, Sylvie Vartan, Joe and Eddie, Del Shannon, the Greenwood County Singers, David Clayton Thomas (pre-Blood, Sweat and Tears) and the Shays; from London, Brian Epstein introduces Marianne Faithfull--COLOR except for the Epstein sequence) 9:30 That Was The Week That Was (COLOR) 10 PM NBC White Paper ("Terror in the Streets" examines whether the urban crime rates are increasing as reported or if the figures are exaggerated) 11 PM News, Weather, Sports (COLOR) 11:30 Tonight Show (guest: French actor-singer Charles Aznavour, COLOR) WLW-T Ch. 5 Cincinnati (NBC) 6 AM University Of Michigan 6:30 Good Morning 6:55 Five Minutes To Live By 7 AM Today 9 AM Paul Dixon (COLOR) 10:30 What's This Song? (COLOR) 10:55 NBC News 11 AM Concentration 11:30 Jeopardy! (COLOR) 12 N Ruth Lyons (COLOR) 1:30 Let's Make A Deal (COLOR) 1:55 NBC News (Floyd Kalber) 2 PM Moment Of Truth 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 3:30 You Don't Say! (COLOR) 4 PM Movie: "The Fury Of Hercules" (COLOR) 5:30 Jamboree (COLOR) 6 PM News, Weather, Sports 6:30 Huntley-Brinkley Report 7 PM America! (the Okefenokee Swamp in Georgia, the bayous of Louisiana, COLOR) 7:30 Mr. Novak 8:30 Hullabaloo (see Ch. 3) 9:30 That Was The Week That Was (COLOR) 10 PM NBC White Paper 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Tonight Show (COLOR) 1 AM Pageant (documentary) WCPO Ch. 9 Cincinnati (CBS) 6:15 Sacred Heart 6:30 Sunrise Semester: "Tragic Dramas of Greece and Rome"

7 AM Chance To Advance 7:30 Dixie Singin' 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Uncle Al 10:30 I Love Lucy 11 AM Andy Griffith 11:30 Real McCoys 12 N Noon Report (Al Schottelkotte) 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 12:45 Guiding Light 1 PM Mr. Lucky 1:30 As The World Turns 2 PM Password (Peter Lind Hayes, Rita Moreno) 2:30 Art Linkletter's House Party (singer Jess Davis) 3 PM To Tell The Truth (panel: Peggy Cass, Robert Morse, Sam Levenson, Joan Fontaine) 3:25 CBS News (Douglas Edwards) 3:30 Edge Of Night 4 PM Secret Storm 4:30 Mike Douglas (co-hostess Vivian Vance, author Nathaniel Benchley) 6 PM Magilla Gorilla 6:30 Leave It To Beaver 7 PM News, Weather, Sports 7:30 Perry Mason (delay from Thu 8 PM) 8:30 Red Skelton (guest: opera star Patrice Munsel) 9:30 Petticoat Junction 10 PM The Doctors And The Nurses 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Movie: "Belle Starr" WHAS Ch. 11 Louisville (CBS) 7 AM Sunrise Semester 7:30 Fisbie Funnies 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM T-Bar-V Ranch 10 AM CBS News (Mike Wallace) 10:30 I Love Lucy 11 AM Andy Griffith 11:30 Real McCoys 12 N Love Of Life 12:25 CBS News (Robert Trout) 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 12:45 Guiding Light 1 PM News, Markets, Weather 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 Popeye's Cartoon Circus 5:15 Leave It To Beaver 5:45 Small Talk

6 PM News, Weather, Sports 6:30 CBS News (Walter Cronkite) 7 PM Maverick 8 PM Joey Bishop 8:30 Red Skelton 9:30 Petticoat Junction 10 PM The Doctors And The Nurses 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:25 Movie: "Sued For Libel" WKRC Ch. 12 Cincinnati (ABC) 6:55 Daily Word 7 AM Living Word 7:15 Davey And Goliath 7:30 Skipper Ryle 9:30 Love Of Life (pre-empted on Ch. 9) 9:55 News, Weather, Editorial 10 AM Dialing For Dollars 11 AM My Little Margie 11:30 Price Is Right (celebrity guest: Sheila MacRae) 12 N Donna Reed 12:30 Father Knows Best 1 PM The Rebus Game (a sort of forerunner of "Win, Lose Or Draw" without the celebrities--Jack Linkletter hosts) 1:30 The Young Marrieds (delay from 3:30 PM) 2 PM Flame In The Wind (later titled "A Time For Us") 2:30 Day In Court 2:55 ABC News (Marlene Sanders) 3 PM General Hospital 3:30 Trailmaster ("Wagon Train" reruns, delay from 4 PM) 4:30 Movie: "Teenage Caveman" (Robert Vaughn stars in this which isn't as ridiculous as it sounds--a young member of a primitive tribe wants to see an area of lush land beyond the river but it's illegal for him to do so, by tradition, from '58) 6 PM News, Weather 6:15 ABC News (Peter Jennings) 6:30 Mickey Mouse Club 7 PM Death Valley Days 7:30 Combat! 8:30 McHale's Navy 9 PM Tycoon (Walter Brennan and future Green Hornet Van Williams) 9:30 Peyton Place 10 PM The Fugitive 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 ABC's Nightlife (guest host Jack Carter, joined in progress as it started at 11:15) WLEX Ch. 18 Lexington (NBC/CBS) 7 AM Today 9 AM Mythology: "Hercules" 9:50 Take Five 10 AM Truth Or Consequences (COLOR) 10:30 What's This Song? (COLOR)

10:55 NBC News 11 AM Concentration 11:30 Jeopardy! (COLOR) 12 N Call My Bluff (COLOR) 12:30 I'll Bet (COLOR) 12:55 NBC News 1 PM News 1:05 Highway Lifesavers 1:30 As The World Turns 2 PM Moment Of Truth 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 3:30 You Don't Say! (COLOR) 4 PM Match Game (Milt Kamen, Jayne Mansfield, COLOR) 4:25 NBC News (Nancy Dickerson) 4:30 Film Feature 5:35 Today At Keeneland 5:55 News, Sports, Livestock Report (COLOR) 6:15 News, Weather, Stock Market Report (COLOR) 6:30 Huntley-Brinkley Report 7 PM My Living Doll (Bob Cummings plays an Air Force psychologist assigned to make "the perfect woman"-a virtual slave to men--out of a robot played by pre-Catwoman Julie Newmar. Sounds right up Cummings' alley, but he left the show apparently because he was jealous of Newmar's greater popularity. Delay from Wed 8 PM) 7:30 Mr. Novak 8:30 Red Skelton 9:30 Petticoat Junction 10 PM The Defenders (delay from Thu 10 PM) 11 PM News, Weather, Sports (COLOR) 11:30 Tonight Show (COLOR) WKYT Ch. 27 Lexington (ABC/CBS) 7:15 God Is The Answer 7:30 News, Weather (Bill Sorrell) 7:45 Young People's World 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Jack LaLanne 9:30 Dateline 27 10 AM Father Knows Best 10:30 Love Of Life 10:55 Farm Report (Henry Allin) 11 AM Rebus Game 11:30 Price Is Right 12 N Donna Reed 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 12:45 Guiding Light 1 PM Flame In The Wind 1:30 Young Marrieds 2 PM Password 2:30 Day In Court 2:55 ABC News

3 PM General Hospital 3:30 Cartoon Corner 3:45 Mickey Mouse Club 4:15 Horse Race From Keeneland 4:45 Cartoon Corner 5 PM Yogi Bear 5:30 Rifleman 5:55 Sports In Review (Bill Sorrell) 6 PM News, Weather 6:15 ABC News 6:30 Today At Keeneland 7 PM Flintstones (delay from Fri 7:30, not in color) 7:30 Combat! 8:30 McHale's Navy 9 PM Tycoon 9:30 Peyton Place 10 PM The Fugitive 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:20 WKYT Editorial 11:25 Movie: "One Girl's Confession" WLKY Ch. 32 Louisville (ABC) 9:15 Kids' Korner 10 AM Movie: "I Wanted Wings" 11:30 Price Is Right 12 N Donna Reed 12:30 Father Knows Best 1 PM The Rebus Game 1:30 My Little Margie 2 PM Flame In The Wind 2:30 Day In Court 2:55 ABC News 3 PM General Hospital 3:30 Young Marrieds 4 PM Trailmaster 5 PM Three Stooges 5:55 Weather (Don Rossi) 6 PM ABC News 6:15 Local News, Sports 6:30 Lone Ranger 7 PM Dragnet (w/Ben Alexander) 7:30 Combat! 8:30 McHale's Navy 9 PM Tycoon 9:30 Peyton Place 10 PM The Fugitive 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:25 ABC's Nightlife (joined in progress) Retro: Fort Myers/Tampa Sun, Jan 30, 1977 from Florida News-Press 2 WPBT-PBS Miami * 3 WEDU-PBS Tampa * 4 WTVJ-CBS Miami * 6 WCIX-Ind Miami *

8 WFLA-NBC Tampa * 10 WPLG-ABC Miami * 10l WLCY-ABC Largo * 11 WINK-CBS Fort Myers * 13 WTVT-CBS Tampa * 20 WBBH-NBC Fort Myers * 26 WEVU-ABC Bonita Springs * 40 WXLT-ABC Sarasota * 44 WTOG-Ind Tampa * 51 WKID-Ind Fort Lauderdale Morning 5:50 10l Pastor's Study 6:00 10 Lucy Show 10l Church News 6:15 10l 4H Spotlight 6:30 10 Directions 10l Focus on Religion 6:45 10l Growing Things 13 Marine Radar 6:55 13 Pulse Weather 7:00 4 Children's Gopsel Hour 6 Religion in the News 8 Soulful Outreach 10 Arthur & Company 10l Jerry Falwell 11 Christophers 13 Gospel Singing Jubilee 26 American Theater "Valley of Mystery" 40 Picture of Health 44 Suncoast Scene 7:15 20 Davey & Goliath 7:30 4 This is the Life 6 Hour of Power 8 Religion in Today's World 11 Rex Humbard 20 Lucy Show 26 Big Valley 40 Black Almanac 44 Environmental Education 51 Rev. Leyva 8:00 2-3 Sesame Street

4 El Reporte de Manolo Reyes 8 Day of Discovery 10 Panamericana 10l Steeple Time 13 New World Series 20 Jimmy Swaggart 40 Amazing Grace Bible Class 44 Hot Fudge 51 Rev. T.G. Thompson Deliverance 8:30 4-11 Oral Roberts 6 Day of Discovery 8 Harvest Temple 10 Next Generation 10l Jess Moody Presents 13 Dan Griffin 20 Jerry Falwell 26 The Turney Family with Baby LuLu 40 Gerald Derstine 51 Flintstones 9:00 2-3 Sesame Street 4 Hudson Brothers 6 Rex Humbard 8 The Story 10 Protestant Worship Hour 10l Foresight 20/20 11 Thy Kingdom Come 13 Bob Lyons 26-40 Jerry Falwell 44 Big Blue Marble 51 Prosperity Way of Living 9:30 4-11 Far Out Space Nuts 8 Catholic Mass 10 Jewish Worship Hour 10l The Fishin' Hole 13 Church Service 20 God of Our Fathers 44 Little Rascals 10:00 2 Studio See 3 Sesame Street 4-13 Lamp Unto My Feet 6 Bugs Bunny & Friends 8 Oral Roberts 10 Amazing Grace Bible Class 10l Outdoors with Ken Callaway 11 Catholic Mass 20 Day of Miracles 26 Lone Ranger 40 Prosperity Way of Living

44 Movie "13 Ghosts" 51 Old Time Religion 10:30 2 Once Upon a Classic 4-13 Look Up & Live 6 Flintstones 8 Bayshoreworld 10 TV Mass 10l Outdoors 11 Day of Discovery 20 Medix 26 Junior Almost Anything Goes 51 Revival of American Religion 11:00 2 Nova 3 Once Upon a Classic 4-13 Camera Three 6 Gilligan's Island 8-26 Rex Humbard 10 Newsmakers 10l-11 Baptist Church 20 Gospel Singing Jubilee 40 Panorama 51 Morning Worship/Allapattah Church 11:30 3 Rebop 4 Face the Nation 6 Comedy Theatre "Mexican Hayride" 10 News 13 College Kaleidoscope 40 Ara Parseghian's Sports 44 Movie "Pardon My Sarong" Afternoon Noon 2 Meeting of Minds 3 Lowell Thomas Remembers... 4 Montage 8 World at War 10-26 Issues & Answers 10l Day of Discovery 11 Camera Three 13 Face the Nation 20 Living Tomorrow 40 Wrestling 51 Financial Round Table 12:15 20 Kiplinger's Changing Times 12:30 3 Firing Line

4 Black is 8-20 Meet the Press 10 Dolly 10l The Way with R.L. Polk 11 Face the Nation 13 Insight 26 Directions 1:00 2 The Rivals of Sherlock Holmes 4-11 Challenge of the Sexes 6 Wild Wild West 8-20 Grandstand 10 Music Hall America 10l Wrestling 13 Black Contact 26 Insight 40 Champions 44 Matinee I "Romance on the High Seas" 51 Sheridan Hills Baptist Church 1:30 3 It's Your Government 8-20 NCAA Basketball: UCLA-Tennessee (at Atlanta's Omni) 13 High-Q (Shoreline Prep-Charlotte High) 26 Love, American Style 40 Airstream Travels 1:45 4-11 NBA: Philadelphia-Denver 2:00 2-3 Great Performances 6 Sunday Movie "The Lion & the Horse" 10-10l-26-40 Superstars 13 NBA: Philadelphia-Denver (JIP) 51 Jerry Falwell 3:00 44 Matinee II "From the Earth to the Moon" 51 Uniscope 3:30 2 Special "Voyage to the Ends of the Earth" 3-51 TBA 8-20 Pro Indoor Tennis 10-10l-26-40 American Sportsman 4:00 2-3 A Third Testament 4-11-13 Golf: Andy Williams Open 6 Movie "Back from Eternity" 51 TBA 4:30 10-10l-26-40 ABC Wide World of Sports (US Grand Prix Motocross Championships/World

Freestyle Skiing Championships) 4:51 51 Unidad/New Thought 5:00 2 American Indian Artists 3 Washington Week in Review 44 Star Trek 51 Cada 7 Minutos 5:30 2 Florida Report 3 Wall Street Week 8-20 Grandstand Evening 6:00 2 Consumer Survival Kit 3 Wonderful World of Books 4 CBS News 6 Movie "Cops & Robbers" 8-10-11-13 News 10l Hee Haw 20 Last of the Wild 26 $100,000 Name That Tune 40 Captain & Tennille 44 Movie "The Tall Men" 51 Cabalgata Infantil 6:30 2-3 World Press 4 News 8-20 NBC News 10 Agronsky & Company 11 CBS News 13 Project 13 26 Dolly 7:00 2 German Soccer 3 Soccer Game of the Week: Tottenham-Ipswich 4-11-13 60 Minutes 8-20 Wonderful World of Disney "Barry of the Great St. Bernard" (pt 1) 10 Sunday 10l-26-40 Mystery Hour "Hardy Boys: Mystery of the Haunted House" 51 Topico Panel 7:30 51 Contigo 7:55 2 Star Hustler 8:00

2-3 Evening at Symphony 4-11-13 Rhoda 6 Lou Gordon 8-20 NBC Mystery Movie I "McMillan: Coffee, Tea or Suicide" 10-10l-26-40 Six Million Dollar Man 44 Ara Parseghian's Sports 51 Lo Mejor del Cine Espanol "Dos Veces Judas" 8:30 4-11-13 Phyllis 44 Medix 9:00 2-3 Masterpiece Theatre 4-11-13 Switch 10-10l-26-40 Roots 44 Forum 44 9:30 6 Confrontation 6-Insight 8-20 NBC Mystery Movie II "Lanigan's Rabbi: Corpse of the Year" 44 Black Forum 10:00 2 Special "Antonia: A Portrait of the Woman" 3 A Family at War 4 Marcus Welby, MD 6 Confrontation 6-Black Involvement 11-13 Delvecchio 44 Jimmy Swaggart 51 TBA 10:30 6 Enfoque 44 Love, American Style 51 Singles Scene 11:00 3 Dimensions in Culture 4-8-10-11-13-20 News 6 Jimmy Swaggart 10l Sunday Night Movie "You're a Big Boy Now" 26-40 ABC News 44 Rifleman 51 Old Oasis Comedy Hour 11:15 26 Sunday Film Festival "Gunfight in Abilene" 40 News 11:30 4 Sunday Late Show "Return to Peyton Place" 6 Jerry Falwell 8 Jerry Lewis Theatre "Pardners" 10 Sunday Night Movie "Alvarez Killy" 11 Kiplinger's Changing Time

13 Big Movie "Born Free" 20 Sunday Showtime "A New Kind of Loive" 40 PTL Movie 44 Spanish Movie "Aquellos Tiempos del Cuple" 11:45 11 I Spy Late Night Midnight 51 Outer Limits 1:00 4 El Reporte de Manolo Reyes 10l ABC News 51 Movie "Pitfall" 1:15 10l Pastor's Study 1:30 10 ABC News 1:45 10 Panamericana 2:15 10 Noticero Observador 3:00 51 Sea Hunt 3:30 51 Movie "Jazz Ball" 51 WKID-Ind Fort Lauderdale 7:30 51 Rev. Leyva 8:00 51 Rev. T.G. Thompson Deliverance 8:30 51 Flintstones 9:00 51 Prosperity Way of Living 10:00 51 Old Time Religion 10:30 51 Revival of American Religion

11:00 51 Morning Worship/Allapattah Church I find it funny that ch.51 placed "The Flintstones" in the middle of a block of religious programming. That being said, I thought WCIX carried "Flintstones" at the time? Retro: Pittsburgh - Monday, Sept. 19 1976 from Pittsburgh Press 2 KDKA, Pittsburgh (CBS) 4 WTAE, Pittsburgh (ABC) 6 WJAC, Johnstown, PA (NBC) 7 WTRF, Wheeling, WV (NBC/ABC) 9 WSTV, Steubenville, OH (CBS/ABC) 10 WTAJ, Altoona, PA (CBS) 11 WIIC, Pittsburgh (NBC) 13 WQED, Pittsburgh (PBS) 16 WQEX, Pittsburgh (Educational) 53 WPGH, Pittsburgh (Ind.) 4PM 2, 10 Mike Douglas Show (Wayne Rogers cohost, Guests John Wayne, Adrienne Barbeau) 4 Brady Bunch 6, 7 Somerset 9 Flintstones 11 Gilligans Island 13 Mr. Rogers Neighborhood 53 Ultraman 4:30 2, 10 Mike Douglas (cont) 4, 9 Bewitched 6 Lone Ranger 7 Dinah 11 Dick Van D**e Show 13 Zoom 53 Spiderman 5PM 2 Mike Douglas (cont) 4 My Three Sons 6 Dinah 7 Dinah (cont) 9 Family Affair 10 Gunsmoke 11 The FBI 13 Electric Company 16 A Bit With Knit

53 Batman 5:30 2 Partridge Family 4 Adam 12 6, 7 Dinah (cont) 9 Hogans Heroes 10 Gunsmoke (cont) 11 The FBI (cont) 13 Sesame Street 16 Victory Garden 53 Superman 6PM 2,4,6,7,9,10,11 News 13 Sesame Street (cont) 16 So You Want to Go to College 53 F Troop 6:30 2,4,6,7,9,10,11 News (cont) 13 Mr. Rogers Neighborhood 16 Its All Around Me 53 Gomer Pyle, UPMC 7PM 2,7,11 News 4 Bowling for Dollars 6 My Three Sons 9 Truth or Consequences 10 Emergency One 13 Zoom 16 World Press 53 Hogans Heroes 7:30 2 Name That Tune 4 Wild Kingdom 6 The Muppets 7 Adam 12 9 Bobby Vinton Show 10 Emergency One (cont) 11 $25,000 Pyramid 13 Lowell Thomas Remembers 16 Guppies-Groupers 53 Beverly Hillbillies 8PM 2, 9, 10 Rhoda 4 Captain and Tenille

6, 7, 11 Monday Night Movie (Airport 1975) 13 Adams Chronicles 16 Black Horizons 53 Abbott and Costello 8:30 2, 9, 10 Phyllis 4 Captain and Tenille (cont) 6, 7, 11 Movie (cont) 13 Adams Chronicles (cont) 16 Open Mind 53 Laurel and Hardy 9PM 2, 9, 10 Maude 4 Monday Night Football (Oakland at Kansas City) 6, 7, 11 Movie (cont) 13 In Performance at Wolf Trap (Beverly Sills and San Diego Opera Company) 16 Let's Grow a Garden 53 Dining with Donaldo 9:30 2, 9, 10 All's Fair 4 Football (cont) 6, 7, 11 Movie (cont) 13 In Performance (cont) 16 French Chef 53 700 Club 10PM 2, 9, 10 Executive Suite 4 Football (cont) 6, 7, 11 Van D**e and Company (Dick Van D. hosts Flip Wilson, Chevy Chase) 13 In Performance (cont) 16 Mime Circus 53 700 Club (cont) 10:30 2, 9, 10 Executive Suite (cont) 4 Football (cont) 6, 7, 11 Van D**e (cont) 13 In Performance (cont) 16 Course of Our Times 53 700 Club (cont) 11PM 2,6,7,9,10,11 News 4 Football (cont) 13 MacNeil Lehrer Report 53 Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman

11:30 2, 9, 10 Movie (Heat Wave) 4 Football (cont) 6, 7, 11 Tonight Show 53 Honeymooners 12 MID 4 News 53 Championship Wrestling 12:30 4 Johnny Majors Show Retro: North Georgia Monday, April 7, 1980 From TV Guide, North Georgia Edition: WSB Ch. 2 Atlanta (NBC) 6 AM News Conference (rerun from Sun 6:30) 6:30 Arthur Smith 7 AM Today (Henry Fonda is a guest) 9 AM Password Plus (Dick Gautier, Betty White, week-behind from 12:30) 9:30 Hollywood Squares (Elayne Boosler, Phyllis Diller, Jamie Farr, Melissa Gilbert, George Gobel, Bernie Kopell, Vincent Price, Frankie Valli, Wayland & Madame, week-behind from 10:30) 10 AM Dinah! & Friends (co-host Don Meredith, Neil and Dara Sedaka, Presidential consumer assistant Esther Peterson, cruise director Gary Hunter, actress Christopher Norris ("Trapper John, M.D.")) 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 (John Chancellor/David Brinkley) 7:30 3's A Crowd (controversial Chuck Barris game) 8 PM Little House On The Prairie 9 PM The Oldest Living Graduate (Henry Fonda performs live from SMU in Dallas) 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show (David Letterman subs for Johnny; Bob Uecker, Joseph Wambaugh, Don Rickles, singer Tom Waits)

1 AM Tomorrow (film critic Pauline Kael) 2 AM News WRCB Ch. 3 Chattanooga (NBC) 6:25 Romper Room 6:55 News For Little People 7 AM Today 9 AM 700 Club 10 AM Card Sharks 10:30 Hollywood Squares (Big Bird, Phyllis Davis ("Vega$"), Jim Davis ("Dallas"), George Gobel, Sydney Goldsmith, Tom Poston, Tim Reid, Elke Sommer, Wayland & Madame) 11 AM High Rollers 11:30 Wheel Of Fortune 12 N News 12:30 Password Plus (Anita Gillette, Jon Bauman; Allen Ludden was still hosting) 1 PM Days Of Our Lives 2 PM The Doctors 2:30 Another World 4 PM Bugs Bunny & Friends 4:55 News For Little People 5 PM Starsky & Hutch 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News 7 PM Newlywed Game 7:30 M*A*S*H 8 PM Little House On The Prairie 9 PM The Oldest Living Graduate 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show 1 AM Tomorrow WAGA Ch. 5 Atlanta (CBS) 6:30 Sunrise Semester: "1400 Years Of Islam" 7 AM Morning With Bob Schieffer 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Donahue (topic: single fatherhood) 10 AM Cross-Wits (Vicki Lawrence, Carleton Carpenter, Johnny Brown, Misty Rowe) 10:30 Whew! (Elaine Joyce, John Saxon) 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 2 PM As The World Turns 3 PM Guiding Light 4 PM Good Times 4:30 Mike Douglas (co-host Elliott Gould; Smokey Robinson, Susan Saint James, Fred Travalena, author Muriel Nellis ("The Female Fix"), professional basketball players Faye and Kaye Young) 6 PM News

7 PM CBS News (Walter Cronkite) 7:30 PM Magazine (Jason Serinus, the voice of Woodstock in the Charlie Brown cartoons; Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer Eddie Adams; allergy information) 8 PM WKRP In Cincinnati 8:30 Stockard Channing 9 PM M*A*S*H 9:30 Flo 10 PM Lou Grant 11 PM News 11:30 Maude 12 M Harry O (week-behind, from 11:30) 1:10 McCloud (week-behind, from 12:40) 2:45 News WGTV Ch. 8 Athens/Atlanta (PBS) In-school programs until 4 PM Sesame Street 5 PM Sesame Street 6 PM 3-2-1 Contact 6:30 Five String Breakdown: Advanced Banjo 7 PM Focus On Germany 7:30 Dick Cavett (first of two with author-critic Kenneth Tynan) 8 PM National Geographic (the QE II is the focus of "The Superliners: Twilight Of An Era") 9 PM American Short Story: "The Sky Is Gray" 10 PM Is There An American Stonehenge? 10:30 Estampa Flamenca (dancer Maria Benitez demonstrates a Spanish dance which includes elements of Native American and Puerto Rican dance) 11 PM American Short Story (rerun from 9 PM) sign off 12 M WTVC Ch. 9 Chattanooga (ABC) 6 AM PTL Club 7 AM Good Morning America (first of five on cancer) 9 AM Donahue (same as Ch. 5) 10 AM Dinah! & Friends (Dick Clark, Linda Evans, golfer Carol Mann, David Copperfield, Ken Minyard) 11 AM Laverne & Shirley 11:30 Family Feud 12 N $20,000 Pyramid (Patty Duke Astin, Tony Randall) 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 Mike Douglas (co-hostess Michele Lee; James Caan, Steve Garvey, Nell Carter) 6 PM News 6:30 ABC World News Tonight 7 PM Happy Days Again

7:30 3's A Crowd 8 PM Jerry Falwell In Thailand 9 PM ABC Movie: "High Plains Drifter" 11 PM News 11:30 Nightline 11:50 Barney Miller 12:25 Police Woman 1:35 Emergency! 2:35 News WXIA 11 Alive Atlanta (ABC) 5:30 PTL Club 6:30 Picture Of Health (Jayson Loam talks about the hot-water movement in America) 7 AM Good Morning America 9 AM $20,000 Pyramid (Anne Meara, Nipsey Russell, day-behind) 9:30 Joker's Wild 10 AM Play The Percentages 10:30 Edge Of Night 11 AM Laverne & Shirley 11:30 Family Feud 12 N News 12:30 Ryan's Hope 1 PM All My Children 2 PM One Life To Live 3 PM General Hospital 4 PM Star Trek 5 PM Jim Rockford, Private Investigator 6 PM News 7 PM ABC World News Tonight 7:30 Tic Tac Dough 8 PM That's Incredible! (a deaf man who hopes to regain his hearing through an ear implant; a contortionist who hopes to fit into a box onethird his size; German shepherds who obey commands in several languages; an organization that records premonitions; a woman who reconstructs faces of unidentifiable bodies from skulls) 9 PM ABC Movie: "High Plains Drifter" 11 PM News 11:30 Nightline 11:50 Dating Game 12:20 Barney Miller (half-hour delay) 12:55 Police Woman (half-hour delay) WDEF Ch. 12 Chattanooga (CBS) 6:20 Farm Digest 6:30 Morning Show 8 AM Morning With Bob Schieffer 9 AM Captain Kangaroo 10 AM The Jeffersons 10:30 Whew! 10:55 CBS News

11 AM Price Is Right 12 N News 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM Young And The Restless 2 PM As The World Turns 3 PM Guiding Light 4 PM Gunsmoke 5 PM Woody Woodpecker 5:30 Sanford And Son 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News 7 PM All In The Family 7:30 Cross-Wits (Robert Reed, Jo Anne Worley, James Hampton, Carole Ita White) 8 PM WKRP In Cincinnati 8:30 Stockard Channing 9 PM M*A*S*H 9:30 Flo 10 PM Lou Grant 11 PM News 11:30 Harry O 12:40 McCloud WMAZ Ch. 13 Macon (CBS) 5:50 Little Rascals 6:20 Close Up 6:50 News 7 AM Morning With Bob Schieffer 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Donahue (Larry Hagman discusses "Dallas") 10 AM Let's Talk It Over 10:30 Whew! 10:55 CBS News 11 AM Price Is Right 12 N News 12:15 Date With Del 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM Young And The Restless 2 PM As The World Turns 3 PM Guiding Light 4 PM CBS Afternoon Playhouse: "One Last Ride" (Part 1 of 5 about a rodeo cowboy and his 10-year-old son whose mother, now dead, was deserted by his father soon after they were married; on CBS it pre-empts "One Day At A Time," don't know what it pre-empts on Ch. 13) 4:30 Brady Bunch 5 PM Andy Griffith 5:30 Sanford And Son 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Happy Days Again 7:30 Tic Tac Dough 8 PM WKRP In Cincinnati

8:30 Stockard Channing 9 PM M*A*S*H 9:30 Flo 10 PM Lou Grant 11 PM News 11:30 Harry O 12:40 McCloud WDCO Ch. 15 (WMUM Ch. 29) Cochran/ WCLP (WNGH) Ch. 18 Chatsworth (PBS) 7:45 A.M. Weather 8 AM In-school programs 3:30 Japan: The Changing Tradition 4 PM Sesame Street 5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 5:30 Electric Company 6 PM 3-2-1 Contact 6:30 Over Easy (guest: Eddie Albert) 7 PM By-Line (Gloria Steinem talks about her book "The Decade Of Women") 7:30 MacNeil/Lehrer Report 8 PM National Geographic 9 PM American Short Story 10 PM Is There An American Stonehenge? 10:30 Synthesis (the ecological impact on the Grand Canyon by the Grand Canyon Dam) 11 PM Dick Cavett sign off 11:30 PM WTBS (WPCH) Ch. 17 Atlanta (Ind.) 6 AM Listen 6:15 The Athletes 6:30 News 7 AM Three Stooges/Little Rascals 8 AM The Lucy Show 8:30 Romper Room 9 AM Family Affair 9:30 Green Acres 10 AM Movie: "Miracle In The Rain" 12:15 Love, American Style 12:30 Movie: "Fort Dobbs" 2:25 News 2:30 Gigglesnort Hotel 3 PM I Love Lucy 3:30 Flintstones 4 PM Spectreman 4:30 Gilligan's Island 5 PM My Three Sons 5:30 I Dream Of Jeannie 6 PM Carol Burnett And Friends (guests: Sally Struthers and Steve Lawrence) 6:30 Bob Newhart 7 PM Sanford And Son 7:30 All In The Family

8 PM Movie: "Bright Leaf" 10:15 The Big Battles (Yalta, Russia's final attack on Berlin, the Allies' advance inside Germany) 11:15 Love, American Style 11:30 Movie: "Hangman's Knot" 1:10 News 1:15 Movie: "Objective Burma" 4:15 Finding The Path To An Uncertain Future (options for future energy sources) WETV (WPBA) Ch. 30 Atlanta (PBS) 8:15 A.M. Weather 8:30 In-school programs 9 AM Sesame Street 10 AM In-school programs 2 PM Electric Company 2:30 In-school programs 4 PM Sesame Street 5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 5:30 Electric Company 6 PM 3-2-1 Contact 6:30 Over Easy 7 PM Dick Cavett 7:30 MacNeil/Lehrer Report 8 PM Another Voice 8:30 Synthesis (how to remove spent nuclearfuel rods) 9 PM National Geographic 10 PM American Short Story 11 PM Dick Cavett 11:30 Captioned ABC News WATL Ch. 36 Atlanta (Ind.) 7 AM PTL Club 9 AM Robin Hood 9:30 Wanted: Dead Or Alive 10 AM Screen Director's Playhouse 10:30 New Life Assembly 11 AM PTL Club 1 PM Liberty Temple 1:30 Health Field 2 PM Spotlight (guest: actor Fred Holliday) 2:30 New Zoo Revue 3 PM Bullwinkle 3:30 Rocky And His Friends 3:45 Underdog 4 PM Dudley Do-Right 4:30 Officer Don And Orvil (Orvil was a dragon puppet-Don Kennedy had moved this kids' show from Ch. 2) 5 PM The Jeffersons (pre-empted on Ch. 5) 5:30 CBS Afternoon Playhouse (pre-empted on Ch. 5 and pre-empts "One Day At A Time") 6 PM Entertainment Page 6:30 Peter Gunn

7 PM Wanted: Dead Or Alive 7:30 Munson On Sports (iconic voice of the UGA Bulldogs, Larry Munson) 8 PM Movie: "The Southerner" 10 PM WCT Challenge Cup: Jimmy Connors vs. Peter Fleming 11 PM Entertainment Page 11:30 Robin Hood sign off 12 M WCWB (WMGT) Ch. 41 Macon (NBC) 6 AM PTL Club 7 PM Today 9 AM PTL Club continues 10 AM Card Sharks 10:30 Hollywood Squares 11 AM High Rollers 11:30 Wheel Of Fortune 12 N News 12:15 Noon Over Middle Georgia 12:30 Password Plus 1 PM Days Of Our Lives 2 PM The Doctors 2:30 Another World 4 PM Chain Reaction (Jack Carter, Wesley Eure, Vicki Lawrence, Gina Hecht, delay from noon) 4:30 Somethin' Else (kids' show) 5 PM Bewitched 5:30 Gomer Pyle, USMC 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News 7 PM Dating Game 7:30 Cross-Wits (Peter Lawford, Marcia Wallace, Pat McCormick, Kellee Patterson) 8 PM Little House On The Prairie 9 PM The Oldest Living Graduate 11 PM Alfred Hitchcock Presents 11:30 Tonight Show WTCI Ch. 45 Chattanooga (PBS) 8:20 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 8:50 In-school programs 11:30 Sesame Street 12:30 In-school programs 1 PM Electric Company 1:30 In-school programs 3 PM Over Easy 3:30 Villa Alegre 4 PM Sesame Street 5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 5:30 Electric Company 6 PM 3-2-1 Contact 6:30 Over Easy 7 PM Point Of View 7:30 MacNeil/Lehrer Report

8 PM National Geographic 9 PM American Short Story 10 PM Is There An American Stonehenge? 10:30 Synthesis 11 PM Dick Cavett 11:30 Captioned ABC News sign off 12 M WANX (WGCL) Ch. 46 Atlanta (Ind.) 6 AM News 6:30 Ross Bagley (gospel music) 7 AM Porky & Popeye 8 AM Mighty Mouse 8:30 Mister Ed 9 AM Big Valley (guest: Jack Albertson) 10 AM 700 Club 11:30 Life In The Spirit 12 N McHale's Navy 12:30 Dick Van Dyke 1 PM Make Room For Daddy 1:30 Petticoat Junction 2 PM Lone Ranger 2:30 Popeye & Friends 3:30 Krofft Superstars 4 PM Tom & Jerry 5 PM Battle Of The Planets 5:30 Brady Bunch 6 PM Emergency! 7 PM Streets Of San Francisco 8 PM Honeymooners 8:30 Best Of Jackie Gleason 9 PM 700 Club (guest: Miss America 1980 Cheryl Prewitt) 10:30 Tabernacle Baptist Easter Special 11 PM Rifleman 11:30 Mayberry R.F.D. 12 M News WRIP (WDSI) Ch. 61 Chattanooga (Ind.) 10:30 Film 10:45 Rev. Manuel F. Campbell 11 AM Word Of God School 12 N Pastor's Bible Class 12:30 Old Fashioned Gospel Hour 1 PM Rev. Norvel Hayes 1:30 Flair For Living (religious) 2 PM New Zoo Revue 2:30 Ruff House (Howard Ruff) 3 PM Westbrook Hospital (episodes of "This Is The Life") 3:30 PTL Club 5:30 Meet The Minister 6 PM Film 6:30 Quest For Adventure

7 PM Unity Church Of God 8 PM Ernest Angley 9 PM Flair For Living 9:30 Dr. Charles W. Taylor 10 PM Rev. Nora Fisher 10:30 Dr. H. Richard Hall 11 PM Word Of God School sign off 12 M Retro: Dayton, OH. November 16, 1961 From TV Guide Southern Ohio Edition [2] WLW-D (NBC, ABC) 6:30am CONTINENTAL CLASSROOM-Education (Color) 7:00 TODAY-John Chancellor 9:00 ANDY MARTEN-Variety 10:15 JOSEPH LONGSTRETH-Variety 10:30 PLAY YOUR HUNCH-Merv Griffin (Color) 11:00 THE PRICE IS RIGHT-Bill Cullen (Color) 11:30 CONCENTRATION-Hugh Downs 12:00 RUTH LYONS-Variety (Color) 1:30 TRUTH OR CONSEQUENCES-Bob Barker 2:00 IT COULD BE YOU 2:30 LORETTA YOUNG-Drama 3:00 SPECIAL FOR WOMEN-Drama* 4:00 MAKE ROOM FOR DADDY-Comedy 4:30 HERE'S HOLLYWOOD-Interviews 4:55 NEWS (NBC?) 5:00 HUCKLEBERRY HOUND-Cartoons 5:30 KUKLA, FRAN, AND OLLIE 5:45 ROCKY & FRIENDS 6:00 CANNONBALL-Adventure 6:30 LOCAL NEWS, SPORTS 6:45 HUNTLEY-BRINKLEY REPORT 7:00 RIPCORD-Adventure 7:30 MARGIE-Comedy (FROM ABC, *Not* My Little Margie) 8:00 DONNA REED (FROM ABC) 8:30 THE REAL McCOYS (FROM ABC) 9:00 THE ADVENTURES OF OZZIE & HARRIET (ABC, delayed from 7:30) 9:30 HAZEL (FROM NBC) 10:00 SING ALONG WITH MITCH (FROM NBC) 11:00 LOCAL NEWS 11:10 WEATHER 11:15 SPORTS 11:20 JACK PAAR 1:00 MOVIE-The Bamboo Blonde (1946) *Pre-empted "Young Dr. Malone" and "From These Roots" [7] WHIO-TV (CBS) 8:55am DAILY WORD-Religion 9:00 CAPTAIN KANGAROO

10:00 CARTOONS (No details given) 10:30 COLLEGE OF THE AIR 11:00 BOLD JOURNEY-Travel 11:30 LOVE THAT BOB!-Comedy 12:00 LOVE OF LIFE-Serial 12:30 SEARCH FOR TOMORROW-Serial 12:45 THE GUIDING LIGHT-Serial 1:00 DAY IN COURT-Drama (From ABC)* 1:25 ABC NEWS-Alex Dreier* 1:30 AS THE WORLD TURNS 2:00 PASSWORD 2:30 HOUSE PARTY-Art Linkletter 3:00 JANA DEMAS-Variety 3:30 THE VERDICT IS YOURS 3:55 CBS NEWS-Charles Collingwood 4:00 LIFE OF RILEY 4:30 POPEYE THEATER-Cartoons 6:00 NEWS/SPORTS 6:30 DAILY TREND-Business News 6:40 WEATHER 6:45 MR. MAGOO 7:00 KING OF DIAMONDS-Police 7:30 RIVERBOAT-Adventure (From NBC)* 8:30 BOB CUMMINGS-Comedy 9:00 BOB NEWHART-Variety 9:30 BEACHCOMBER-Adventure 10:00 AT THE SOURCE-Special 10:30 TECHNOLOGY FOR TOMORROW-Special 11:00 LOCAL NEWS 11:15 WEATHER 11:20 SPORTS-Tom Hamlin 11:25 MOVIE-Guilty of Treason (1950) * (TV Guide listed WHIO-TV as CBS only) Retro: Denver Sun, Apr 6, 1980 Easter 1980, from TV Guide-Denver edition Italicized programs are closed-captioned KWGN 2-Ind 7:00 Big Blue Marble 7:30 Hot Fudge 8:00 Mass for Shut-Ins 8:30 Challenge 9:00 Insight 9:30 LDS World Conference 10:30 Laurel & Hardy "Our Wife" (bw) 11:00 Wrestling noon Movie "Air Raid Wardens" (bw) 1:30 Abbott & Costello (bw) 2:00 Movie "Escort West" (bw) 3:30 Movie "Jungle Goddess" (bw) 5:00 Movie "Mexican Hayride" (bw) 7:00 Grizzly Adams 8:00 Jacques Cousteau "Beavers of the North Country"

9:00 Wild Kingdom "Voyage to the Isles of Enchantment" (visiting the Galapagos) 9:30 News 10:00 Prisoner: Cell Block H 10:30 American Life Style (profiling Gen. George C. Marshall) 11:00 World at War mid. News KOA 4-NBC 6:00 It's Your Business "Special Interests: Power Politics?" (guests include Common Cause president David Cohen, and Sen. Paul Tsongas (D-MA)) 6:30 Denver Showcase 7:00 Amazing Grace 7:30 Bob Jones "The Curse of the Sensational in Modern Christianity" 8:00 Rex Humbard (guest Hal Lindsay) 9:00 Oral Roberts (Easter message) 9:30 It is Written "Man-Made Immortality" 10:00 Mi Linda Raza 10:30 Meet the Press 11:00 Easter at Holy Name Cathedral (Archbishop/Cardinal John Cody celebrates Easter Mass at Chicago's Holy Name Cathedral) noon Dimension 4 (the owner rights vs people's right to history fight over Denver landmarks, the latest news on forensic medicine, and discussing successful "parenting"; repeat from Sat 5:30pm) 12:30 NBC SportsWorld: US Women's Powerlifting Championships pt 2/World of Outlaws Sprint Car Drace/World Cup Men's Surfing Championships/SportsJournal profile of Billy Martin 2:30 Colgate-Dinah Shore Winners Circle golf 4:30 NBC Nightly News (Jessica Savitch) 5:00 News 5:30 In Search of...the Abominable Snowman 6:00 Disney's Wonderful World "Pluto's Day" 7:00 CHiPs 8:00 Jesus of Nazareth (conclusion) 10:00 News 10:30 Against the Wind 11:30 Buck Rogers in the 25th Century 12:30 Movie "Triple Cross" 2:50 News KRMA 6-PBS 8:00 Sesame Street (x2) 10:00 Studio See 10:30 Vision On 11:00 Once Upon a Classic "The Legend of King Arthur" (pt 7) 11:30 Market to Market noon Washington Week in Review 12:30 State of Colorado 1:00 Close-Up (how fuel problems affect Colorado tourism) 1:30 Wall Street Week 2:00 Mystery of Elche (the residents of the Spanish town perform a miracle play that dates back to the Middle Ages) 4:00 Do-It-Yourself Messiah 5:00 Soccer Made in Germany 6:00 Austin City Limits (Texas Swing Pioneers/Johnny Gimble/Bosque Bandits in a tribute to Western Swing) 7:00 All Creatures Great & Small 8:00 Odyssey "Seeking the First Americans" (the first of a 12-part series) 9:00 Masterpiece Theatre "The Duchess of Duke Street II" (conclusion)

10:00 Sneak Previews (look at movie monsters) 10:30 Fall & Rise of Reginald Perrin II 11:00 Kup's Show (guests William Friedkin, Allan Carr, and James Kirkwood) KMGH 7-CBS 5:50 Pastoral Call 6:00 Sunrise Semester "Learning to Write/Writing to Learn" 6:30 Communique 7:00 House of the Lord 7:30 Focus: City Government 8:00 Kenneth Copeland 9:00 CBS News Sunday Morning 10:30 Face the Nation 11:00 NBA Eastern Conference playoff 1:30 NBA Western Conference playoff 4:00 Hollywood Squares 4:30 CBS Evening News (Morton Dean) 5:00 News 5:30 Medicaline 6:00 60 Minutes 7:00 Archie Bunker's Place 7:30 One Day at a Time 8:00 Alice 8:30 Jeffersons 9:00 Trapper John, MD 10:00 News 10:30 Movie "The Priest Killer" KBTV 9-ABC 5:45 Sacred Heart 6:00 Kids are People Too (guests Gloria Gaynor, Joyce DeWitt, F. Lee Bailey, Ricardo Montalban, celebrity bodyguard Bob Bartlett, and Robby Benson) 7:00 Animals, Animals, Animals 7:30 Jimmy Swaggart 8:00 Jerry Falwell "What is Life?" 9:00 Robert Schuller 10:00 Day of Discovery "The Local Church" (pt 1) 10:30 New Design for Living "To Live or Die" (by Rev. Fred Vogt) 11:00 Calvary Temple noon NASL Soccer Special: 1979 season highlights 1:00 Boxing: WBA welterweight champ Jose Cuevas (26-5) defends his belt in Tampioco, Mexico vs Harold Volbrecht (21-2-1) in a 15-round tilt 2:30 ABC Wide World of Sports: NCAA Gymnastics Championships/National Championship Air Races 4:00 Directions (celebrating Renaissance art in Venice; 86es Issues & Answers) 5:00 News 5:30 $100,000 Name That Tune 6:00 Movie "The Ten Commandments" 10:30 News 11:05 M*A*S*H 11:35 Movie "Samson and Deliliah" followed by news Retro: North Carolina Monday, April 4, 1977

From TV Guide, North Carolina Edition: WFMY Ch. 2 Greensboro (CBS) 6 AM Good Morning Show (crime-prevention measures for senior citizens) 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Dinah! (Joey Bishop, Katharine Ross, Frank Welker, Southern California IRS director William Connett) 10 AM Double Dare (Alex Trebek version) 10:30 Price Is Right 11:30 Love Of Life 11:55 News (local) 12 N Young And The Restless 12:30 Search Fir Tomorrow 1 PM Sandra And Friends (the Gate City Jaycettes discuss "Patch the Pony," a project designed to teach elementaryschool children respect for animals) 1:30 As The World Turns 2:30 Guiding Light 3 PM All In The Family 3:30 Match Game '77 (Joyce Bulifant, Richard Dawson, Leslie Nielsen, Charles Nelson Reilly, Barbara Rhoades, Brett Somers) 4 PM Batman 4:30 Wild Wild West 5:30 Beverly Hillbillies 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News (Walter Cronkite) 7 PM Liars Club 7:30 Hi IQ Bowl Finals (local high-school quiz bowl) 8 PM It's The Easter Beagle, Charlie Brown 8:30 The Jungle Book: Rikki-Tikki-Tavi 9 PM Maude 9:30 All's Fair 10 PM The Andros Targets 11 PM News 11:30 Kojak 12:40 The New Healers (I'm not sure if this is a "busted pilot" because one of the stars is Kate Jackson, who by this time was one of "Charlie's Angels".) E (WUND/2 Columbia/Edenton, NC; WUNC/4 Chapel Hill; WUNK/25 Greenville, NC; WUNL/26 Winston-Salem; WUNJ/39 Wilmington, NC; WUNG/58 Concord, NC) 9 AM Sesame Street 10 AM Electric Company 10:30 In-school programs 12 N Oasis In Space 12:30 In-school programs 4 PM Sesame Street 5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 5:30 Electric Company 6 PM Zoom 6:30 Villa Alegre 7 PM Backyard Gardener

8 PM Six American Families (how six families of different ethnic groups cope with life in the '70s; tonight: the Pasciaks, a blue-collar Polish-American Chicago family) 9 PM The Pallisers (Part 10) 10 PM Soundstage (Melissa Manchester, Al Jarreau) 11 PM Black Journal sign off 11:30 PM WBTV Ch. 3 Charlotte (CBS) 6:30 Story Of Jesus 6:35 Almanac 6:45 News 7 AM CBS News (Bruce Morton/Hughes Rudd) 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Phil Donahue (preventing teenage pregnancies) 9:30 Tattletales (Donald Ross and Patti Deutsch, weekbehind delay from 4 PM) 10 AM Double Dare 10:30 Price Is Right 11:30 Love Of Life 11:55 CBS News (Douglas Edwards) 12 N Top O' The Day (first of three on how to make Diane Von Furstenburg dresses) 1 PM Search For Tomorrow 1:30 As The World Turns 2:30 Guiding Light 3 PM Little Rascals 3:30 My Three Sons 4 PM New Mickey Mouse Club 4:30 Adam-12 5 PM Gunsmoke 6 PM News 7 PM CBS News 7:30 Price Is Right 8 PM It's The Easter Beagle, Charlie Brown 8:30 The Jungle Book: Rikki-Tikki-Tavi 9 PM Maude 9:30 All's Fair 10 PM The Andros Targets 11 PM News 11:30 Kojak 12:40 The New Healers WWAY Ch. 3 Wilmington, NC (ABC) 6:30 Arthur Smith 7 AM Good Morning America 9 AM Second Chance (delay from noon) 9:30 Family Feud (delay from 1:30 PM) 10 AM Phil Donahue (from Orlando: Billy Carter) 11 AM $20,000 Pyramid (Penny Peyser, Harry Rhodes, week-behind from 2 PM) 11:30 Happy Days 12 N Good Afternoon Carolina

12:30 Ryan's Hope 1 PM All My Children 1:30 As The World Turns 2:30 One Life To Live 3:15 General Hospital 4 PM Edge Of Night 4:30 Gilligan's Island 5 PM Gunsmoke 6 PM News 6:30 ABC News (Harry Reasoner/Barbara Walters) 7 PM Brady Bunch (Vincent Price as a mad scientist who traps the boys in a Hawaiian cave) 7:30 Adam-12 8 PM Brady Bunch Hour (guests: Redd Foxx, Robert Hegyes, the Ohio Players) 9 PM Most Wanted 10 PM Feather & Father Gang 11 PM News 11:30 Streets Of San Francisco 12:40 Dan August WRAL Ch. 5 Raleigh (ABC) 6:30 Time For Uncle Paul 7 AM Good Morning Five Country 8 AM Good Morning America (joined in progress) 9 AM Mike Douglas (co-hostess Twiggy, Richard Anderson, Monty Hall, Harold Melvin and the Blue Notes, Tommy Tune) 10:30 All My Children 11 AM Edge Of Night 11:30 Happy Days 12 N News 12:30 Ryan's Hope 1 PM Marcus Welby, M.D. 2 PM $20,000 Pyramid (LeVar Burton, Jo Ann Harris) 2:30 One Life To Live 3:15 General Hospital 4 PM Little Rascals/Three Stooges 5 PM Munsters 5:30 Andy Griffith 6 PM News 6:30 ABC News 7 PM Gomer Pyle, USMC 7:30 Adam-12 8 PM Brady Bunch Hour 9 PM Most Wanted 10 PM Feather & Father Gang 11 PM News 11:30 Streets Of San Francisco 12:40 Dan August WECT Ch. 6 Wilmington, NC (NBC) 6 AM Carolina In The Morning 7 AM Today

9 AM Dinah! (same as Ch. 2) 10 AM Sanford And Son 10:30 Hollywood Squares (Richard Anderson, George Gobel, Gabe Kaplan, Gavin MacLeod, Joan Rivers, Leslie Uggams, Karen Valentine, Jimmie Walker, Paul Lynde) 11 AM Wheel Of Fortune 11:30 Shoot For The Stars (Bill Cullen, Adrienne Barbeau) 12 N Carolina At Noon (caring for house plants, recipes for economical dishes) 12:30 Lovers And Friends 1 PM Gong Show 1:30 Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 4 PM Batman (Victor Buono as King Tut) 4:30 Little Rascals 5 PM Ironside 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News (John Chancellor/David Brinkley) 7 PM Bewitched (Peter Lawford as the target of Serena's romantic pursuit) 7:30 Beverly Hillbillies 8 PM Little House On The Prairie 10 PM Dean Martin (Dean salutes the '20s with guests Hermione Baddeley, Dom DeLuise, Georgia Engel, singer-dancer Charlene Ryan, Abe Vigoda, Jonathan Winters) 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show (Steve Martin subs for Johnny; Betty White) 1 AM News WITN Ch. 7 Washington, NC (NBC) 5 AM Bonanza 6 AM Almanac 7 AM Today 9 AM Merv Griffin (Bill Macy, Lonnie Shorr, singer Rick Moses, comic-singer Marilyn Sokol) 10 AM Sanford And Son 10:30 Hollywood Squares 11 AM Wheel Of Fortune 11:30 Shoot For The Stars 12 N News 12:30 Lovers And Friends 1 PM Name That Tune (second unsuccessful attempt to make a daytime show out of this classic--the first was in 1974, delay from noon) 1:30 Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 4 PM Lone Ranger 4:30 The Virginian 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News 7 PM Adam-12 7:30 Wild Kingdom

8 PM Little House On The Prairie 10 PM Dean Martin 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show WGHP Ch. 8 High Point (ABC) 6 AM Romper Room 6:30 Good Morning Piedmont 7 AM Good Morning America 9 AM Movie: "Knock On Any Door" 11 AM Truth Or Consequences 11:30 Happy Days 12 N Midday Piedmont 12:30 Ryan's Hope 1 PM All My Children 1:30 Family Feud 2 PM $20,000 Pyramid 2:30 One Life To Live 3:15 General Hospital 4 PM Partridge Family (guest: William Schallert) 4:30 Brady Bunch 5 PM Emergency One! 6 PM News 6:30 ABC News 7 PM Cross-Wits (Bill Cullen, Fannie Flagg, Jack Carter, Patti Deutsch) 7:30 Dolly (guest: Captain Kangaroo) 8 PM Brady Bunch Hour 9 PM Most Wanted 10 PM Feather & Father Gang 11 PM News 11:30 Streets Of San Francisco 12:40 Dan August WNCT Ch. 9 Greenville, NC (CBS) 6 AM Carolina Today 8 AM CBS News 9 AM Captain Kangaroo 10 AM Double Dare 10:30 Price Is Right 11:30 Love Of Life 11:55 Paul Harvey 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 Match Game '77 4 PM Marcus Welby, M.D. 5 PM Gunsmoke 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Truth Or Consequences

7:30 $128,000 Question 8 PM It's The Easter Beagle, Charlie Brown 8:30 The Jungle Book: Rikki-Tikki-Tavi 9 PM Maude 9:30 All's Fair 10 PM The Andros Targets 11 PM News 11:30 Kojak 12:40 The New Healers WSOC Ch. 9 Charlotte (NBC) 6 AM Good Morning Carolina 6:30 Arthur Smith 7 AM Today 9 AM Mike Douglas (co-host Red Skelton; David Brenner, George Kennedy, Chuck Mangione) 10 AM Sanford And Son 10:30 Hollywood Squares 11 AM Wheel Of Fortune 11:30 Shoot For The Stars 12 N Eyewitness 12:30 Dinah! (same as Ch. 2) 1:30 Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 4 PM Big Valley 5 PM Bewitched 5:30 Odd Couple 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News 7 PM Cross-Wits (Jo Anne Worley, Peter Haskell, Pat Harrington, Lisa Mordente) 7:30 Gong Show (Rodney Dangerfield, Barbara Feldon, Arte Johnson; Gary Owens hosts) 8 PM Little House On The Prairie 10 PM Dean Martin 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show 1 AM Tomorrow (topic: gambling systems) WIS Ch. 10 Columbia, SC (NBC) 6:25 Early Riser 6:30 Knozit-Land 7 AM Today 9 AM Knozit-Land 9:25 News 9:30 Name That Tune 10 AM Sanford And Son 10:30 Hollywood Squares 11 AM Wheel Of Fortune 11:30 Shoot For The Stars 12 N Carolina Today 1 PM Gong Show 1:30 Days Of Our Lives

2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 4 PM Gilligan's Island 4:30 Gomer Pyle, USMC 5 PM Brady Bunch 5:30 My Three Sons 6 PM Truth Or Consequences 6:30 NBC News 7 PM News 7:30 Wild Kingdom 8 PM Little House On The Prairie 10 PM Dean Martin 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show 1 AM Tomorrow WTVD Ch. 11 Durham (CBS) 6:30 Sunrise Semester: "Teaching The Learning Disabled" 7 AM CBS News 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Phil Donahue (same as WBTV) 10 AM Double Dare 10:30 Price Is Right 11:30 Love Of Life 11:55 News (local) 12 N Young And The Restless 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM At Home With Peggy Mann (amateur genealogist Clyde Gallop tells how he traced his family history through 200 families from North Carolina to New England) 1:30 As The World Turns 2:30 Guiding Light 3 PM All In The Family 3:30 Match Game '77 4 PM Partridge Family (guest: William Windom) 4:30 Brady Bunch 5 PM Beverly Hillbillies 5:30 Hogan's Heroes 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News 7 PM My Three Sons 7:30 $128,000 Question 8 PM It's The Easter Beagle, Charlie Brown 8:30 The Jungle Book: Rikki-Tikki-Tavi 9 PM Maude 9:30 All's Fair 10 PM The Andros Targets 11 PM News 11:30 Kojak 12:40 The New Healers WCTI Ch. 12 New Bern (ABC) 6 AM Flintstones

6:30 The Archies 7 AM Good Morning America 9 AM Mike Douglas (same as Ch. 5, without Tommy Tune) 10 AM Dinah! (John Byner, Rita Moreno, Stacy Keach, author Lyn Tornabene, Betty Ford's press secretary Sheila Weldenfeld) 11 AM Edge Of Night 11:30 Happy Days 12 N 12 At Noon 12:30 Ryan's Hope 1 PM All My Children 1:30 Family Feud 2 PM $20,000 Pyramid 2:30 One Life To Live 3:15 General Hospital 4 PM Star Trek 5 PM News 6 PM ABC News 6:30 Emergency One! 7:30 To Tell The Truth (Allen Ludden, Peggy Cass, Bill Cullen, Kitty Carlisle) 8 PM The New Movies (Pat Boone leads a discussion of religious objections to movie trends) 9 PM Most Wanted 10 PM Feather & Father Gang 11 PM News 11:30 Streets Of San Francisco 12:40 Dan August WXII Ch. 12 Winston-Salem (NBC) 6 AM Daybreak (Bob Gordon) 6:55 Minister's Study 7 AM Today 9 AM Midmorning (the AAU boxing program, the Easter Seal Society, exhibits at Nature Science Park) 10 AM Homer Formby's Antique Furniture Workshop (pre-empts "Sanford And Son") 10:30 Hollywood Squares 11 AM Wheel Of Fortune 11:30 Shoot For The Stars 12 N Name That Tune 12;30 Phil Donahue (anthropologist Ashley Montagu) 1:30 Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 4 PM Little Rascals 4:30 Bewitched 5 PM Gunsmoke 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News 7 PM To Tell The Truth (Bill Cullen, Kitty Carlisle, Gene Rayburn, Peggy Cass) 7:30 Break The Bank (Abe Vigoda, Jack Albertson, Diane Ladd, Elke Sommer, Adrienne Barbeau,

Robert Hegyes, Orson Bean, Jack Carter, Michele Lee) 8 PM Little House On The Prairie 10 PM Dean Martin 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show 1 AM Tomorrow WBTW Ch. 13 Florence, SC (CBS/ABC) 6 AM Good Morning Jesus 7 AM Carolina Almanac 7:05 Jim Nesbitt 7:50 Tell It To The Mayor 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM CBS News 10 AM Double Dare 10:30 Price Is Right 11:30 Love Of Life 11:55 CBS News 12 N Young And The Restless 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM All My Children 1:30 As The World Turns 2:30 Guiding Light 3 PM All In The Family 3:30 Match Game '77 4 PM Edge Of Night 4:30 Ryan's Hope 5 PM Gunsmoke 6 PM ABC News 6:30 News 7 PM CBS News 7:30 To Tell The Truth (John Lindsay, Pat Collins, Bill Cullen, Peggy Cass) 8 PM It's The Easter Beagle, Charlie Brown 8:30 The Jungle Book: Rikki-Tikki-Tavi 9 PM Maude 9:30 All's Fair 10 PM Celebrity Concerts (Dionne Warwick) 11 PM News 11:30 Kojak 12:40 The New Healers WCCB Ch. 18 Charlotte (ABC) 6:55 News 7 AM Good Morning America 9 AM 700 Club 10:30 Life In The Spirit 11 AM News 11:30 Happy Days 12 N Second Chance 12:30 Ryan's Hope 1 PM All My Children 1:30 Family Feud

2 PM $20,000 Pyramid 2:30 One Life To Live 3:15 General Hospital 4 PM Edge Of Night 4:30 The Fugitive 5:30 Green Acres 6 PM ABC News 6:30 My Favorite Martian 7 PM Liars Club 7:30 Dolly (guests: the Hues Corporation) 8 PM Brady Bunch Hour 9 PM Most Wanted 10 PM Feather & Father Gang 11 PM Best Of Groucho 11:30 Streets Of San Francisco 12:40 Dan August WRDU (WRDC) Ch. 28 Durham (NBC) 7 AM Today 9 AM Good Day! 9:30 What's Going On! (community events) 10 AM Sanford And Son 10:30 Hollywood Squares 11 AM Wheel Of Fortune 11:30 Shoot For The Stars 12 N Name That Tune 12:30 Lovers And Friends 1 PM Gong Show 1:30 Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 4 PM Bullwinkle 4:30 PTL Club 6:30 Lassie 6:55 Paul Harvey 7 PM NBC News 7:30 Batman (Maurice Evans as the Puzzler) 8 PM Little House On The Prairie 10 PM Dean Martin 11 PM Peyton Place 11:25 Paul Harvey 11:30 Tonight Show WRET (WCNC) Ch. 36 Charlotte (Ind.) 7 AM Three Stooges And Pals 8 AM Dennis The Menace 8:30 Leave It To Beaver 9 AM Father Knows Best 9:30 I Dream Of Jeannie 10 AM Hazel 10:30 Love, American Style 11 AM PTL Club 1 PM Movie: "Waterfront" 2:30 Cartoon Carnival

3 PM Popeye And Pals 3:30 The Archies 4 PM Brady Bunch 4:30 Family Affair 5 PM I Dream Of Jeannie 5:30 I Love Lucy 6 PM That Girl 6:30 Beverly Hillbillies 7 PM Andy Griffith 7:30 Gomer Pyle, USMC 8 PM Movie: "The Left Handed Gun" 10 PM Star Trek 11 PM Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman 11:30 Love, American Style 12 M Movie: "Island Of Lost Women" 1:30 News WTVI Ch. 42 Charlotte (PBS) In-school programs until 4 PM Sesame Street 5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 5:30 Electric Company 6 PM Sesame Street 7 PM Black Perspective On The News 7:30 Mecklenburg County Commission Meeting 9:30 Lowell Thomas Remembers (1975) 10 PM Soundstage sign off 11 PM Retro: Kentucky Saturday, April 6, 1963 From TV Guide, Kentucky Edition: WAVE Ch. 3 Louisville (NBC) 7:45 Light Time 8 AM Mr. Magoo 8:30 Jeff's Collie 9 AM Cartoon Carnival 9:30 Ruff And Reddy (COLOR) 10 AM Shari Lewis (COLOR) 10:30 King Leonardo (COLOR) 11 AM Fury 11:30 Farming With Jack Crowner 12:30 Exploring (Maureen O'Sullivan narrates "The Three Golden Keys" from Grimm's Fairy Tales; Jack Washington sings Puerto Rican songs; the Ritts Puppets explain the binary counting system; host Albert Hibbs explains DNA and codes used in World War II) (COLOR) 1:30 Top Star Bowling (Don Carter vs. the winner of the Dick Hoover-Bill Tucker match) 2:30 Youth Speaks

3 PM Northwest Passage (Buddy Ebsen co-starred in this series which aired on NBC in 1958) (COLOR) 3:30 Sports International (West Indies Invitational Water Skiing Championships) (COLOR) 5 PM Bellarmine Debate (the championship round of the Bellarmine College Debate Tournament; two four-man teams debate "Resolved: The Non-Communist Nations of the World Should Establish an Economic Community") 6:10 Tomorrow's Champions (amateur boxing) 6:35 Weather, News, Sports 7 PM Kentucky Afield (COLOR) 7:30 Sam Benedict 8:30 True Adventure (COLOR) 9 PM NBC Movie: "Night And The City" 11 PM The Outlaws 12 M Movie: "Twelve O'Clock High" (Gregory Peck stars in the 1949 movie that inspired the ABC series) WLW-T Ch. 5 Cincinnati (NBC) 7:30 Farm Front 8 AM Mr. Hop (COLOR) 9 AM Ruff And Reddy (COLOR) 9:30 Signal Three (COLOR) 10 AM Shari Lewis (COLOR) 10:30 King Leonardo (COLOR) 11 AM Fury 11:30 Make Room For Daddy 12 N Mr. Wizard 12:30 Exploring (COLOR) 1:30 House Hunting 1:45 TBA 2 PM Bullwinkle (delay from Sun 5:30 PM, COLOR) 2:30 All Star Golf (Bill Collins vs. Cary Middlecoff) 3:30 Sports International (COLOR) 5 PM Sea Hunt 5:30 Wild Cargo (COLOR) 6 PM NBC News (Sander Vanocur) 6:15 News, Sports 6:30 Midwestern Hayride (COLOR) 7:30 Sam Benedict 8:30 Joey Bishop (his sitcom, COLOR) 9 PM NBC Movie: "Night And The City" 11 PM News, Weather 11:20 Movie: "A Bullet Is Waiting" (COLOR) WCPO Ch. 9 Cincinnati (CBS) 7:30 Know Your World 7:50 Farm News (Bob Shreve, a name which may be familiar to Cincinnati and Ohio viewers from Dotty Mack's shows, IIRC) 8 AM Jewish Hour 8:30 Play It Safe 9 AM Captain Kangaroo 10 AM Alvin Show

10:30 Mighty Mouse 11 AM Rin Tin Tin 11:30 Roy Rogers 12 N Sky King 12:30 Reading Room (Robert E. Peary's daughter Marie Peary Stafford discusses her book "Discoverer of the North Pole" with schoolchildren from Hyde Park, NY; Ned Hoopes hosts) 1 PM Best Of Groucho (one of the guests is Gilda Gray, originator of the shimmy dance) 1:30 Movies: "Night Of Terror" (not the first-season "Superman" episode but a series of murders in which each victim is found with a clipping of the previous murder pinned on him or her; Bela Lugosi stars); "Frankenstein" (Boris Karloff becomes a star) 3:30 All Star Wrestling 4:30 Star Performance 5 PM The Masters (third round) 6 PM Ensign O'Toole 6:30 Bronco 7:30 Jackie Gleason (guest: comedian Johnny Morgan) 8:30 The Defenders (the E.G. Marshall/Robert Reed version) 9:30 Have Gun, Will Travel 10 PM Gunsmoke 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Checkmate 12:30 Movie: "Boom Town" (Clark Gable, from '46) WHAS Ch. 11 Louisville (CBS) 8 AM Cartoon Circus 9 AM Captain Kangaroo 10 AM Alvin Show 10:30 Mighty Mouse 11 AM Rin Tin Tin 11:30 Roy Rogers 12 N Sky King 12:30 Reading Room 1 PM CBS News (Robert Trout) 1:30 Cartoon Circus 2 PM Movie: "Captain January" (Shirley Temple, from '36) 3:15 Magic Moments In Sports 3:30 Bowling 4:30 Hi-Varieties 5 PM The Masters (third round) 6 PM Hi-Varieties continues 6:30 Bold Journey 7 PM Keyhole (Jack Douglas leads a tour of the Los Angeles Sheriff's Academy, COLOR) 7:30 Jackie Gleason 8:30 The Defenders 9:30 Have Gun, Will Travel 10 PM Gunsmoke 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:25 Movie: "Variety Time" (before he got famous Jack

Paar introduced a series of vaudeville and musical acts in this film from '48) WKRC Ch. 12 Cincinnati (ABC) 9 AM Asbury Hymn Time 9:30 Kids Kartoons 10 AM Dick Tracy (animated) 10:30 Sheena, Queen Of The Jungle 11 AM Cartoonville (Paul Winchell and Jerry Mahoney host the debut of this show which features animated characters Goodie the Gremlin, Sheriff Saddle, and Scat Skit--will change its name to "Cartoonies" by summer) 11:30 Beany And Cecil 12 N Bugs Bunny 12:30 Magic Land Of Allakazam 1 PM Movie: "King Of The Jungle" (not sure if this is a Tarzan flick, Buster Crabbe stars, from '33) 2:30 Challenge Golf (Arnold Palmer and Gary Player vs. Joe Campbell and Dave Ragan Jr.--why does this sound like a wrestling match pitting a main-eventer against a ham-and-egger?) 3:30 Wrestling Champions 4:30 Championship Bridge (George Foerstner and Harry Harkavy vs. Alvin Landy and Olive Peterson) 5 PM Wide World Of Sports (England's Grand National Steeplechase, the Women's National AAU Indoor Swimming Championships) 6;30 Divorce Court 7:30 The Gallant Men 8:30 Hootenanny (debut of the folk-music show that will outrate every ABC show except "Ben Casey" before it's done; from the University of Michigan: the Limeliters, Bud and Travis, Bonnie Dobson, Bob Gibson (not the baseball great), host is Jack Linkletter) 9 PM Lawrence Welk 10 PM Boxing: Joe DeNucci vs. Joey Archer, middleweights, 10 rounds, from Boston Garden 10:45 Make That Spare (Andy Marzich meets the winner of the Ed Bourdase-Pat Patterson match, time approximate) 11 PM News, Weather 11:20 Movie: "Above And Beyond" (the story of the Enola Gay, the plane that dropped the atomic bomb on Hiroshima, from '53) WLEX Ch. 18 Lexington (NBC/CBS) 9 AM Pathways To God 9:30 Ruff And Reddy (COLOR) 10 AM Shari Lewis (COLOR) 10:30 King Leonardo (COLOR) 11 AM Fury 11:30 Make Room For Daddy 12 N Mr. Wizard 12:30 Exploring (COLOR)

1:30 Safety Corner 2 PM Leisure 2:30 Country Music 3 PM Porter Wagoner 3:30 Sports International (COLOR) 5 PM The Masters (third round) 6 PM Today At Keeneland (highlights of the horse races run there today, COLOR) 6:30 International Showtime (from the Tivoli Gardens in Copenhagen: juggler Raspini, comedy cyclists the Marchitas, acrobats the Bragazzis, ventriloquists Fred and Angela Roby, the Codrelli Clowns, delay from Fri 7:30 PM) 7:30 Sam Benedict 8:30 Joey Bishop (COLOR) 9 PM NBC Movie: "Night And The City" 11 PM News, Weather, Sports (COLOR) 11:15 Movie: "Plunderers Of Painted Flats" WKYT Ch. 27 Lexington (ABC/CBS) 9 AM Captain Kangaroo 10 AM Three Stooges 10:30 Mighty Mouse 11 AM Cartoonville 11:30 Beany And Cecil 12 N Tobacco News And Views 12:30 Magic Land Of Allakazam 1 PM My Friend Flicka 1:30 School Salute (Nick Clooney salutes Powell County High School) 2:30 Challenge Golf 3:30 Top Star Bowling (Glenn Allison vs. the winner of the Therm Gibson-Dick Agee match; Gibson had previously been one of the top winners on Milton Berle's "Jackpot Bowling," rolling six strikes for a jackpot of $78,000) 4:30 Communism 5 PM Wide World Of Sports 6:30 Red Skelton (guests: Amanda Blake and Bobby Rydell, delay from Tue 8:30 PM) 7:30 The Gallant Men 8:30 Today At Keeneland (despite the title, Chs. 18 and 27 do separate versions of the show--Wayne Bell hosts on Ch. 18; J.B. Faulconer on Ch. 27) 9 PM Lawrence Welk 10 PM Boxing (see Ch. 12) 10:45 Make That Spare (time approximate) 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:15 Movie: "You Can't Cheat An Honest Man" (W.C. Fields, Edgar Bergen, Charlie McCarthy from '39, when Fields was a regular on Bergen's radio show and traded some hilarious insults with Charlie; example: FIELDS: Is it true your father was a gate-leg table? CHARLIE: If it is, your father was under it! (referring to Fields' drinking))

WLKY Ch. 32 Louisville (ABC) 11 AM Cartoonville 11:30 Beany And Cecil 12 N Bugs Bunny 12:30 Magic Land Of Allakazam 1 PM My Friend Flicka 1:30 Armed Forces Time 2 PM Pastors' Round Table 2:30 Challenge Golf 3:30 Air Force Story (the events leading up to the Korean War and the Air Force's role in checking Communist aggression in South Korea) 4 PM Dance Party (Bill Bennett) 5 PM Wide World Of Sports 6:30 For Your Information 7 PM Holiday (travelogue) 7:30 The Gallant Men 8:30 Hootenanny 9 PM Lawrence Welk 10 PM Boxing (see Ch. 12) 10:45 Make That Spare (time approximate) 11 PM News (Pete French) 11:15 Movie: "Flaxy Martin" (watch for Dorothy Malone, aka Constance MacKenzie Carson on "Peyton Place"; and Tom D'Andrea, Jim Gillis on the William Bendix version of "Life Of Riley" in this one from '49) Retro: Kentucky Sunday, April 4, 1965 From TV Guide, Kentucky Edition: WAVE Ch. 3 Louisville (NBC) 7 AM Farming With Jack Crowner 7:30 Gospel Singing Caravan 8:30 Dixie Singin' 9 AM The Story 9:30 This Is The Answer 10 AM This Is The Life 10:30 Indiana University Forum 11 AM American Negro (sorry for the political incorrectness but this was 1965: topic is job discrimination and the need for changes in American labor laws) 11:30 Continental Comment 12 N Frontiers Of Faith (seventh of nine programs on the "Prophetic Voices of the Bible" focuses on Job) 12:30 Mr. Wizard 1 PM Movie: "Last Train From Bombay" 2:30 Big Picture 3 PM Sing Ye, Praise Ye 3:30 International Showtime (the Fairyland Circus of Denmark, with magician Roger Barbat, bicycle acrobat Agnes Galler, the Moreno horses, clowns Seki and Son, delay from Fri 7:30 PM)

4:30 Golf: Greater Greensboro Open (final round, COLOR) 6 PM Meet The Press (time approximate, COLOR) 6:30 Profiles In Courage (Grover Cleveland faces opposition from veterans because he's opposed to any legislation which would unjustly benefit them--Carroll O'Connor plays Cleveland) 7:30 Walt Disney's Wonderful World Of Color: "Kilroy," conclusion (COLOR) 8:30 Branded 9 PM Bonanza (COLOR) 10 PM The Rogues 11 PM News, Weather, Sports (COLOR) 11:30 Medic WLW-T Ch. 5 Cincinnati (NBC) 8:30 Church By The Road (COLOR) 9 AM Cadle Tabernacle (COLOR) 9:30 Children's Gospel Hour 10 AM Frontiers Of Faith (same as Ch. 3) 10:30 University Of Cincinnati Horizons (COLOR) 11 AM Big Picture 11:30 World Front (COLOR) 12 N City Manager (COLOR) 12:15 Community Corner (COLOR) 12:30 TV Bowl (bowling: John Chupek vs. Tom Dickinson) 1:30 Great Moments In Music 1:45 Sunday News Digest 2 PM Movie: TBA 3 PM Bob Braun's Bandstand (COLOR) 3:30 It's Academic (COLOR) 4 PM TBA 4:30 Golf: Greater Greensboro Open (final round, COLOR) 6 PM Meet The Press (time approximate, COLOR) 6:30 Profiles In Courage 7:30 Walt Disney's Wonderful World Of Color (COLOR) 8:30 Branded 9 PM Bonanza (COLOR) 10 PM The Rogues 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Rex Humbard WCPO Ch. 9 Cincinnati (CBS) 7 AM This Is The Life 7:30 Jewish Hour 8 AM Gospel Singing Caravan 9 AM Dixie Singin' 9:30 TV Gospel Time (the Barrett Sisters and the Blind Boys of Mississippi) 10 AM Call The Doctor 11 AM Insight 11:30 Yancy Derringer 12 N Movie: "Enchanted Island" 1:30 Bill Anderson 2 PM Communism (educational on what it's all about) 2:15 Great Moments In Music 2:30 CBS Sports Spectacular: World Professional Trampoline

Championships, the Indianapolis Preview Governors Cup auto race 4 PM CBS Golf Classic: Tony Lema and Bobby Nichols vs. Bruce Devlin and Bob Charles in the final 18 holes of a 36-hole championship match (taped) 5:30 Amateur Hour ("Cavalcade of Amateurs," conclusion of a two-part retrospective of major acts which have appeared going back to radio; today it's the TV era and the debut performances of Pat Boone, Ann-Margret, James Shigeta, Jerry Vale, and Joey Dee and the Starlighters; also: clips of a benefit show with former Vice President Alben Barkley, Sens. Estes Kefauver and Joseph McCarthy, and Speaker of the House Sam Rayburn performing) 6 PM Twentieth Century (Walter Cronkite narrates a profile of violin great Isaac Stern) 6:30 Impact 7 PM Lassie 7:30 My Favorite Martian 8 PM Ed Sullivan (Vince Edwards, Alan King, Abbe Lane, George Kirby, English pop singer Cilla Black, French singer Jean Paul Vignon, English comic Arthur Hayes, African instrumental and dance ensemble Djoliba) 9 PM For The People (what kept William Shatner from doing the "Star Trek" pilot) 10 PM Candid Camera (a floral arrangement on a restaurant table "consumes" food; children get an unexpectedly large helping of gum from a vending machine; a service counter in a London shop collapses every time a customer rings the bell for service) 10:30 What's My Line? 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Movie: "Hong Kong" (watch for Marvin Miller, aka Michael Anthony, in this one from '52, three years before "The Millionaire"--Ronald Reagan has the lead role, however) WHAS Ch. 11 Louisville (CBS) 9 AM Cartoon Comics 9:30 Sunrise Semester: "Tragic Dramas of Greece and Rome" (I'll take that for $1000, Alex Grin) 10 AM Lamp Unto My Feet 10:30 Look Up And Live 11 AM Music And The Spoken Word 11:30 Cartoon Comics 12:15 Social Security In Action 12:30 Face The Nation 1 PM Songs Of Faith 1:30 Lure Of The Library 2 PM The St. Louis Cardinals: The Look Of A Champion (speculates on whether the 1964 World Series champions can repeat--they couldn't; the Dodgers beat the Twins 4 games to 3) 2:30 CBS Sports Spectacular 4 PM CBS Golf Classic 5:30 Amateur Hour 6 PM Twentieth Century 6:30 World War I (Woodrow Wilson faces opposition to his Fourteen

Points at Versailles; in particular, Georges Clemenceau of France and David Lloyd George of Great Britain feel it doesn't do enough to punish Germany and its allies) 7 PM Lassie 7:30 My Favorite Martian 8 PM Ed Sullivan 9 PM For The People 10 PM Candid Camera 10:30 What's My Line? 11 PM News, Weather 11:20 Cara Williams (delay from Wed 9:30 PM) 11:50 Movie: "They Made Her A Spy" WKRC Ch. 12 Cincinnati (ABC) 7:30 Forward In Faith 8 AM Praise Hour 8:30 Beany And Cecil (delay from 10:30 AM) 9 AM Bullwinkle (delay from 11 AM, COLOR) 9:30 Discovery '65 (Frank Buxton and Virginia Gibson tour the ABC facilities in New York to explain how television works, delay from 11:30 AM) 10 AM Skipper Ryle 12 N ABC Scope (delay from Wed 10:30 PM) 12:30 Communism (relations between Moscow and Peking (Beijing)) 1 PM Directions '65 (a program about theories surrounding death and resurrection) 1:30 Issues And Answers (an unusual change of pace: Howard K. Smith and Marlene Sanders interview Maurice Chevalier) 2 PM NBA Playoff: Celtics vs. either the 76ers or the Cincinnati Royals in Game 1 of the Eastern Division championship (Celtics ultimately beat the Lakers, 4 games to 1, to win it all) 4 PM American Sportsman (one of the most controversial shows in this program's checkered history: Robert Stack shoots and kills an elderly rogue elephant that was minding its own business, COLOR) 5 PM Science All-Stars (guest: Dr. William McCorkle, director of the Army Missiles Command at Redstone Arsenal, Huntsville, AL; presenting their projects: Gary Samaby (a homemade rocket), Mark Barker (a computer that solves puzzles), Joanne Selle (a heredity study with two generations of mice). Host Don Morrow has often said he wishes this show were still on the air; he apparently never heard the stories I did of parents nagging their underachieving Bart Simpsons to be more like these kids.) 5:30 Movie: "Tyrant Of Lydia Against The Son Of Hercules" 7:30 The General (biography of Gen. Douglas MacArthur on the first anniversary of his death; Van Heflin narrates) 8:30 Broadside (change the gender of "McHale's Navy" and you have this sitcom about a group of WAVEs headed by Kathleen (as she then preferred to be called) Nolan; Edward Andrews, one of my favorite character actors, is her commanding officer) 9 PM ABC Movie: "War Hunt" 10:40 News, Weather, Sports

11:10 Movie: "Trauma" WLEX Ch. 18 Lexington (NBC/CBS) 11:30 Championship Bowling (Carmen Salvino vs. Rod Winger in a finals match) 12:30 Mr. Wizard 1 PM Virgil Q. Wacks (I believe this thing aired at some point on every station in eastern Kentucky and Tennessee, simply by moving its origination point) 1:30 Western Movie: TBA 2:30 CBS Sports Spectacular 4 PM CBS Golf Classic 5:30 Christian Hour 6 PM Twentieth Century 6:30 World War I 7 PM Lassie 7:30 Walt Disney's Wonderful World Of Color (COLOR) 8:30 Munsters (CBS, delay from Thu 7:30 PM) 9 PM Bonanza (COLOR) 10 PM The Rogues 11 PM News, Weather, Sports (COLOR) 11:20 Branded (don't know how much of a delay but watch for Macdonald Carey, soon to start "Days Of Our Lives"; and, in a rare acting role, Robert Q. Lewis) 11:50 Movie: "The Green Buddha" WKYT Ch. 27 Lexington (ABC/CBS) 7 AM Children's Gospel Hour 7:30 Gospel Singing Caravan 8;30 Gospel Jubilee 9:30 God Is The Answer 10:30 Beany And Cecil 11 AM Bullwinkle (in-pattern, but Ch. 27 does not air it in color) 11:30 Discovery '65 (Jules Bergman joins Frank and "Ginny" in a plane to explain the theory and practice of flight.) 12 N ABC Scope 12:30 Communism 1 PM The Story 1:30 Issues And Answers 2 PM NBA Playoff (see Ch. 12) 4 PM American Sportsman (same as Ch. 12 but not in color) 5 PM Science All-Stars 5:30 Movie: "Hell's Horizon" 7 PM Broadside 7:30 My Favorite Martian 8 PM Ed Sullivan 9 PM ABC Movie: "War Hunt" 10:40 News, Weather, Sports 11 PM Movie: "Customs Agent" WLKY Ch. 32 Louisville (ABC) 12 N Hour Of St. Francis (looking at a North Carolina schedule

from roughly the same era, I was surprised to learn that WTVD also carried this) 12:30 Pastor's Study 1 PM Directions '65 1:30 Issues And Answers 2 PM NBA Playoff (see Ch. 12) 4 PM American Sportsman (same as Ch. 12 but not in color) 5 PM Science All-Stars 5:30 Discovery '65 (same as Ch. 12) 6 PM News (local) 6:15 TBA 6:30 Man And The Challenge 7 PM Peter Gunn 7:30 The General 8:30 Broadside 9 PM ABC Movie: "War Hunt" 10:40 News (possibly ABC, anchor not given) 10:55 Great Moments In Music RETRO: NYC Metro - Thursday, April 4, 1968 (NYC VHF's) In anticipation of the anniversary of the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King which took place 43 years ago Monday, here are proposed listings for the broadcast day, with a dividing line (- - -) between what was aired up to the point of the assassination, and what may or may not have been preempted by news coverage thereof; plus to which days such shows were preempted, if applicable. [SOURCES: TV Guide, New York-Metropolitan Edition, March 30-April 5, 1968 issue; day's listings in The New York Times, Daily News, New York Post, and (for Connecticut movie show titles) The Hour (Norwalk, CT); show episode info, where applicable, courtesy IMDb and TV.com] (C) - in color WCBS-TV 2 New York (CBS; owned and operated) 6:30a Sunrise Semester (Russian literature: the second generation of symbolists) (C) 7:00a News (C) 7:05a CBS Morning News with Joseph Benti (C) 7:30a CBS Morning News with Joseph Benti (C) 7:55a News (C) 8:00a Captain Kangaroo (pet corner: sheep dog puppies and guinea pigs) (C) 9:00a Love That Bob! - "Bob Meets the Mortons" (guest: George Burns) [original airdate 3/21/57] 9:30a Leave It to Beaver - "Wally's Play" [original airdate 6/11/60] 10:00a Candid Camera (motorists entering Delaware told the state is closed; hotel guests find a mule in their room) 10:30a The Beverly Hillbillies (Fred Clark as physician frazzled by Granny's hillbilly doctoring) (C) 11:00a The Andy Griffith Show [or was the Andy of Mayberry title still used at this point?] - "Aunt Bee Learns to Drive" (C) [original airdate 2/7/66] 11:30a The Dick Van Dyke Show - "Will You Two Be My Wife?" (guest: Barbara Bain) [original airdate 1/16/63] 12:00p Love of Life (C) 12:25p CBS News - Joseph Benti (C) 12:30p Search for Tomorrow (C) 12:45p The Guiding Light (C) 1:00p Dennis the Menace - "Dennis and the Hermit" (guest: Edgar Buchanan) [original airdate 12/30/62]

1:30p As the World Turns (C) 2:00p Love Is a Many Splendored Thing (C) 2:30p Art Linkletter's House Party (guests: costume designer Theodore Van Runkle ["Bonnie and Clyde"] and singer Charles Vick) (C) 3:00p To Tell the Truth (C) 3:25p CBS Midday News with Douglas Edwards (C) 3:30p The Edge of Night (C) 4:00p The Secret Storm (C) 4:30p The Mike Douglas Show (guests: Ozzie & Harriet Nelson, Jack Douglas & Reiko, and singers Marilyn Maye and Hal Frazier) (C) 6:00p Evening Report with Jim Jensen (C) 7:00p CBS Evening News with Walter Cronkite (from Washington, DC) (C) [NOTE: The New York newsroom was manned by Dan Rather who anchored special reports on the King assassination] --7:30p Cimarron Strip - "Whitey" (C) [original airdate 10/19/67] 9:00p The CBS Thursday Night Movies: "One Man's Way" (1964) - Don Murray, Diana Hyland, William Windom 11:00p Late Report with Tom Dunn (C) [scheduled; CBS News did a special report on the King assassination at 11] 11:30p WCBS-TV News Special Report - on installation of Archbishop Terence J. Cooke (anchor: Jim Jensen; reporters: Harry Arouh, Jeanne Parr, Robert Potts [later a part of WNBC-TV's NewsCenter4 team in the 1970's], Chet Curtis [later famous as co-anchor at WCVB-TV Boston]) (C) 12:00a The Late Show: "Damn Yankees" (1958) - Tab Hunter, Gwen Verdon (C) 2:10a News (C) 2:15a The Late Late Show I: "Look Back in Anger" (1959) - Richard Burton, Claire Bloom 4:15a The Late Late Show II: "War Paint" (1953) - Robert Stack, Joan Taylor 6:00a Give Us This Day (C) followed by sign-off WNBC-TV 4 New York (NBC; owned and operated) [NOTE: network shows aired on WATR-TV 20 Waterbury, CT (owned by WATR-TV, Inc.) will be in italics; TV Guide only listed network shows on Channel 20 up to late 1971-early '72] 6:30a Education Exchange (C) 7:00a Today (scheduled: National Educational Association president-elect Libby Koontz; author Jane Grant ["Ross, The New Yorker and Me"]; baseball spring training report by Joe Garagiola; Senator J. William Fulbright (D-AR) gives Hanoi's response to President Johnson's speech at 7:30) (C) 9:00a The Bonnie Prudden Show (guest: Dr. J.A. Blais of Canadian Arthritis Society) (C) 9:30a Dobie Gillis - "Move Over, Perry Mason" (guest: Douglass Dumbrille) [original airdate 10/24/61] 10:00a Snap Judgment (guests: George Hamilton, Diana Sands) (C) 10:25a NBC News - Nancy Dickerson (C) 10:30a Concentration (C) 11:00a Personality (celebrities: Marty Allen, Eydie Gorm, Barry Nelson; on-film personality: Shelley Winters) (C) 11:30a The Hollywood Squares (celebrities: Jim Backus, Bill Bixby, Jack Cassidy, Barbara Feldon, Gale Gordon, Shirley Jones (C) 12:00p Jeopardy (C) 12:30p Eye Guess (C)

12:55p NBC News - Edwin Newman (C) 1:00p Installation Ceremony for Most Rev. Terence J. Cooke to Archbishop of New York Archdiocese (C) [pre-empted: PDQ; Channel 20 aired Let's Make a Deal, Days of our Lives and The Doctors as scheduled] 3:00p Another World (C) 3:30p You Don't Say! (celebrities: June Lockhart, Jack Narz) (C) 4:00p The Match Game (guests: Peter Lawford, Lauren Bacall) (C) 4:25p NBC News - Floyd Kalber (C) 4:30p Movie Four: "The Reckless Moment" (1949) - James Mason, Joan Bennett 6:00p Sixth Hour News with Lew Wood (C) 7:00p The Huntley-Brinkley Report (C) --7:30p Daniel Boone - "Faith's Way" (guests: Julie Harris, Jeff Morrow) (C) 8:30p Ironside - "Return of the Hero" (guests: Gary Collins, plus a pre-Mary Tyler Moore Show / Love Boat Gavin MacLeod) (C) 9:30p Dragnet 1968 - "The Joy Riders" (C) [postponed to 2/13/69, on which it was aired under the Dragnet 1969 banner] 10:00p The Dean Martin Show (guests: Jimmy Stewart, George Gobel, Shecky Greene, Wisa D'Orso) (C) 11:00p Eleventh Hour News with Jim Hartz (C) 11:10p Weather - Frank Field (C) 11:15p News - Jim Hartz (C) 11:25p Sports - Kyle Rote (C) 11:30p The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson (guests: Rex Reed, George Carlin, Peggy Fleming) (C) 1:00a Tonight's News with Bob Teague (C) 1:15a The Great Great Show: "Remember the Day" (1941) - Claudette Colbert, John Payne 2:50a Sermonette (C) followed by sign-off WNEW-TV 5 New York (Independent; owned by Metromedia Television) 7:00a Yoga for Health 7:30a The Sandy Becker Show (C) 8:00a Daphne's Castle (C) 9:30a Morning Double Feature: 1. "The Great Victor Herbert" (1939) - Allan Jones, Mary Martin, Walter Connolly 2. "The Ladykillers" (1955) - Alec Guinness, Peter Sellers [though the latter was in color, there was no indication in any TV listings that it was shown as such] 1:00p The New Yorkers with Sonny Fox (guest: Jacqueline Susann) (C) 3:00p The Woody Woodbury Show (guests: Michael Callan, Patricia Harty, Pete Barbutti) (C) 4:30p Marine Boy (C) 5:00p Winchell-Mahoney Time (C) 6:00p The Flintstones (C) 6:30p McHale's Navy - "It's a Mad, Mad, Mad War" [original airdate 9/29/64] 7:00p I Love Lucy - "Lucy and Superman" [original airdate 1/14/57] --7:30p Truth or Consequences (C) 8:00p Hazel - "Hazel's Tax Deduction" (C) [original airdate 11/1/62] 8:30p The Merv Griffin Show (scheduled: Jos Ferrer, Bob Crane, Jack Douglas & Reiko) (C) 10:00p The 10 O'Clock News with Bill Jorgensen (C) 10:30p The Alan Burke Show (C) 11:15p The Les Crane Show (topic: "Christ and Krishna"; guests include Benjamin Weiss of Youth

for Christ, Swami A.C. Bhaktivedanta, and Keith Phillipls of World Opportunities) (C) 12:15a The Joe Pyne Show (guests hosts: Cornel Wilde and Jean Wallace; guests are from the PR firm handling Richard M. Nixon's Presidential campaign) (C) 12:45a News (C) followed by Call to Prayer (C) and sign-off WABC-TV 7 New York (ABC; owned and operated) 7:20a News 7:30a Cartoons (C) 8:30a Girl Talk with Virginia Graham (C) 9:00a Movie of the Day: "The 'I Don't Care' Girl" (1953) - Mitzi Gaynor, David Wayne, Oscar Levant, George Jessel (C) 10:30a The Dick Cavett Show (scheduled: singer Dana Valery) (C) [NOTE: TV Guide listed the program under its original title - This Morning.] 12:00p Bewitched (Endora jumps to conclusions after seeing Darrin with a pretty girl) 12:30p Treasure Isle (C) 1:00p Dream House (C) 1:30p Wedding Party (C) [early game-show hosting gig by the future Mr. Suzanne Somers, Alan Hamel] 2:00p The Newlywed Game (C) 2:30p The Baby Game (C) 2:55p The Children's Doctor with Dr. Lendon Smith (C) 3:00p Dark Shadows (C) 3:30p General Hospital (C) 4:00p The Dating Game (C) 4:30p The Big Show: "Lust for Life" (1956) - Kirk Douglas, Anthony Quinn (C) [NOTE: The 4:30 Movie title didn't take effect until about January 1969] 6:30p 6:30 News with John Schubeck (C) 7:00p ABC Evening News with Bob Young (C) [Mr. Young's anchoring of the King assassination was his most famous moment in his brief stint as ABC Evening News anchor; by fall 1968, he had gone on to WCBS-TV in New York to anchor its 11 P.M. newscast] --7:30p The Second Hundred Years - "Just Pay the Two Dollars" (C) [original airdate 11/1/67] 8:00p The Flying Nun - "Love Me, Love My Dog" (C) 8:30p Bewitched - "I Confess" (C) 9:00p ABC News Special - "California Girl" (about the California way of life as seen through women living it; narrated by Sally Field; music by Dick Hyman) (C) 10:00p Suspense Theatre - "The Sweet Taste of Vengeance" (C) [original airdate 4/30/64] [NOTE: Episodes syndicated under the title Crisis were from the second (1964-65) season of Kraft Suspense Theatre; this show was from its first season; both shows were rerun for some two decades by Channel 7] 11:00p 11 O'Clock News with Bill Beutel (C) 11:10p Weather with Tex Antoine (C) 11:15p Local News - Bill Beutel (C) 11:30p The Joey Bishop Show (scheduled: Eva Gabor, Wayne Newton, Pete Barbutti, Don Knotts) (C) 1:00a The Best of Broadway: "I Was a Male War Bride" (1949) - Cary Grant, Ann Sheridan followed by prayer and sign-off

WOR-TV 9 New York (Independent; owned by RKO General) 8:55a News and Weather 9:00a Marvel Superheroes: The Mighty Thor (C) 9:30a Romper Room with Miss Louise Redfield (C) 10:30a The Joe Franklin Show (guests include drama critic Harold Clurman) (C) 12:00p 9 at Noon with John Wingate and Mary Helen McPhillips (C) 12:30p Journey to Adventure - "Jamaica, No Place Like Home" (C) 1:00p Perspective on Greatness - "That Ever Livin' Babe" (about Babe Ruth; narrated by Terry O'Sullivan) 2:00p Kingdom of the Sea - "Tuna Clipper" (C) 2:30p The Loretta Young Show - "The Demon and Mrs. Devon" [original airdate 1/5/58] 3:00p Fireside Theatre - "Retribution" [original airdate 3/23/54] 3:30p Movie: "Having a Wonderful Time" (1938) - Ginger Rogers, Douglas Fairbanks Jr. 5:00p Gilligan's Island - "Goodbye Island" [original airdate 11/21/64] 5:30p Make Room for Daddy - "Charley the Artist" [original airdate 12/31/62] 6:00p Movie: "The Fugitive Kind" (1959) - Marlon Brando, Anna Magnani --8:00p Million Dollar Movie: "The Mark" (1961) - Stuart Whitman, Maria Schell, Rod Steiger 10:00p Laredo - "Jinx" (C) [original airdate 12/2/65] 11:00p The Flick: "The Seventh Veil" (1945) - James Mason, Ann Todd 1:00a Film Short 1:15a Whirlybirds - "Top of the Mountain" [original airdate 3/28/57] 1:45a News and Weather followed by Moment of Prayer and sign-off WPIX-TV 11 New York (Independent; licensor WPIX, Inc., owned by New York Daily News) 8:30a The Little Rascals 9:00a Jack La Lanne (C) 9:30a The Millionaire - "Millionaire Karen Summers" [original airdate 3/8/60] 10:00a The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show (Gracie is convinced Ronnie and a certain young lady get along very well together, and has come to the conclusion that she is about to become the mother of the groom) 10:30a Biography - "Emperor Hirohito" [original airdate 1963] 11:00a True Adventure - "Devil River" (host: Bill Burrud) (C) 11:30a Cartoons (C) 12:00p Bozo the Clown (C) [NOTE: This was the syndicated version that originated from then-WHDH Channel 5 in Boston, MA, with Frank Avruch as Bozo] 1:00p Movie - "A Game of Death" (1945) - John Loder, Audrey Lang 2:30p Pat Boone in Hollywood (guests: Dick Shawn, Soupy Sales, Bessie Griffin, The Pozo-Seco Singers) (C) 4:00p The Eighth Man (C) 4:30p Speed Racer (C) 5:00p The Little Rascals [listed in TV Guide as (C)] 5:30p The Three Stooges [listed in TV Guide as (C)] 6:00p Adventures of Superman - "The Big Freeze" (C) [original airdate 3/3/56] 6:30p The Munsters - "Love Locked Out" [original airdate 3/4/65] 7:00p F Troop - "A Fort's Best Friend Is Not a Mother" (guest: Jeanette Nolan) [original airdate 4/19/66] --7:30p The Patty Duke Show - "Three Little Kittens" [original airdate 4/6/66] 8:00p Password (guests: June Lockhart, Ross Martin) (C) [original airdate 5/1/67] 8:30p The Honeymooners - "Head of the House" [original airdate 3/31/56] 9:00p Perry Mason - "The Case of the Drowsy Mosquito" [original airdate 10/10/63]

10:00p 10 O'Clock News with Rex Marshall (C) 10:30p Tonight at the Movies - "Untouched" (1956) - Ricardo Montalban, Victor Parra 12:15a The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show (Gracie attempts to arrange the marriage of a friend's daughter) 12:45a sign-off WNDT 13 Newark/New York (NET affiliate; owned by Educational Broadcasting Corp.) 9:00a Cultures and Continents 9:30a Project History 9:50a Habla Espaol 10:05a Americans All 10:25a Cover to Cover 10:45a Exploring Language 11:05a Parlons Franais II 11:20a Americans All 11:40a Alive and About 12:00p Cultures and Continents 12:30p Spectrum 1:00p Charity Bailey 1:30p Parlons Franais II 1:45p You and Eye 2:05p Alive and About 2:25p Americans All 2:45p Habla Espaol 3:00p Cultures and Continents 3:30p Spectrum 4:00p Communications and Education 4:30p India: Fables and Legends 5:00p Film Short 5:15p The Friendly Giant 5:30p Misterogers' Neighborhood (topic: tubes) 6:00p What's New - "The Emperor Penguin Story" 6:30p The French Chef - "Strawberry Tart" 7:00p University Forum (guests: Bishop J.J. Dougherty and students from Seton Hall; moderator, Robert B. Meyner) --7:30p Communications and Lecture (Prof. Charles A. Siepmann discusses the "Equal Time" provision [Section 315] of the Communications Act; excerpts of Kennedy/Nixon "Great Debate" and Nixon's Checkers speech are shown) 8:00p Tonight in Person (Australian folk singers Lyn and Graham McCarthy sing such numbers as "The Overlander," "Out After Ale" and "Stringybark and Greenhide") 8:30p Spectrum - "Search for a Future" (interview with cell biologist Michael Feldman at the Weizmann Institute in Tel Aviv; host: David Parowitt) 9:00p NET Festival - "Chicago Double Bill," with two productions: 1. "Requiem for a Slave" 2. "Coppelia" (Act II) 10:00p Newsfront with Mitchell Krauss (scheduled guests: George Ball, Muhammad Ali; guest list changed due to King assassination) 10:30p Book Beat (teen-ager Susan Hinton discusses her book about teen-age caste systems; host: Robert Cromie) 11:00p sign-off

Retro: Toronto/Buffalo/Rochester Mon, Apr 4, 1960 from TV Guide-Lake Ontario edition WGR 2-NBC Buffalo 6:30 Continental Classroom (c) 7:00 Today (Spunky & Tadpole at 7:25/8:25) 9:00 Mr. District Attorney 9:30 Helen Neville 10:00 Dough Re Mi 10:30 Play Your Hunch 11:00 Price is Right (c) 11:30 Concentration noon Truth or Consequences 12:30 It Could be You (c) 1:00 Mid-Day Matinee "Mimi" 2:00 Queen for a Day 2:30 Loretta Young 3:00 Young Dr. Malone 3:30 From These Roots 4:00 Thin Man 4:30 Buckskin 5:00 Three Stooges 5:30 Superman 6:00 Casey Jones "Prison Train" 6:30 News 6:45 NBC News 7:00 Vikings "Cold Steel" 7:30 Riverboat "The Long Trail" 8:30 Walls Fargo "The Town" 9:00 Peter Gunn "The Dummy" 9:30 Alcoa Theatre "The Glorious 4th" 10:00 Oscar Night in Hollywood (pre-game from the Brown Derby hosted by Tony Randall, Betsy Palmer, and Edith Head) 10:30 Academy Awards (the 32nd annual, hosted by Bob Hope) mid. Jack Paar CKVR 3-CBC Barrie 10:45 Man to Man 11:00 Romper Room noon Cartoons 12:30 News 1:00 Afternoon Movie "Mohawk" 2:30 Open House (Mary Holliday with the first of a series on sewing) 3:00 PM Party 3:30 Women's Show (Wendy Hicks) 4:00 Popeye 4:30 Let's Look "How to Identify Animal Tracks" 4:45 Mister X (premiere, Ottawa school inspector Dr. Carter B. Store hosts this program about famous Canadians) 5:00 Mickey Mouse Club 5:30 Quick Draw McGraw 6:00 Bert Churchill 6:10 Political Talk 6:25 Farm Market Report 6:30 News

7:00 I Love Lucy 7:30 Don Messer (guest Waldo Munro) 8:00 Cradle Song (a remake of a 1956 TV play with many of the performers reprising their roles; stars Helen Hayes, Judith Anderson, and Siobhan McKenna) 9:30 Jack Kane (host Bill Walker/co-hosts Bert Niosi & the Music Makers/guests Gloria De Haven, Tommy Desmond, and Gene Krupa) 10:30 Academy Awards mid. News WBEN 4-CBS Buffalo 7:30 Rise & Shine 8:00 CBS News 8:15 Captain Kangaroo 9:00 Cartoons 9:30 Life of Riley "Stage Door Riley" 10:00 Red Rowe 10:30 On the Go 11:00 I Love Lucy 11:30 December Bride noon News/Weather 12:15 Speaker of the House 12:30 Search for Tomorrow 12:45 Guiding Light 1:00 Meet the Millers 1:30 As the World Turns 2:00 For Better or Worse 2:30 House Party 3:00 Millionaire 3:30 Verdict is Yours 4:00 Brighter Day 4:15 Secret Storm 4:30 Edge of Night 5:00 Fun to Learn (Silas Boyd conducts the Cappella Chorus) 5:15 Big Mac (premiere) 6:00 Rough Riders (premiere) 6:25 Weather/News/Sports 6:45 CBS News 7:00 Death Valley Days "Man on the Road" 7:30 Kate Smith (guest Arthur Tracy) 8:00 Texan 8:30 Father Knows Best "Family Contest" 9:00 Danny Thomas 9:30 Rendezvous "End of a Good Man" 10:00 Hennesey 10:30 June Allyson "Suspected" 11:00 News 11:30 Mystery Theater "Down Three Dark Streets" WROC 5-ABC/NBC Rochester 6:00 Continental Classroom (x2, second show in color) 7:00 Today 9:00 Ding Dong School 9:30 Burns & Allen 10:00 Dough Re Mi 10:30 Play Your Hunch 11:00 Price is Right (c)

11:30 Concentration noon Truth or Consequences 12:30 It Could be You (c) 1:00 Feature Movie "Babies for Sale" 2:00 RAETA Presents "This is the Library" 2:30 Home Cooking (McNall) 3:00 Young Dr. Malone 3:30 From These Roots 4:00 Thin Man 4:30 Buckskin 5:00 Playhouse Five "Shakedown" 6:30 News 6:45 NBC News 7:00 Four Just Men 7:30 Manhunt "The Traffic Ticket" 8:00 Topper "Topper's Ransom" 8:30 Wells Fargo "The Town" 9:00 Peter Gunn "The Dummy" 9:30 Alcoa Theatre "The Glorious 4th" 10:00 Oscar Night in Hollywood 10:30 Academy Awards mid. Jack Paar CBLT 6-CBC Toronto 12:15pm Movie: TBA 1:45 News 2:00 Chez Helene 2:15 Nursery School Time 2:30 Open House 3:00 PM Party 3:30 Mr. Adams & Eve 4:00 Fibber McGee & Molly "The Travel Bureau" 4:30 Let's Look "How to Identify Animal Tracks" 4:45 Mister X (premiere) 5:00 Mickey Mouse Club 5:30 Quick Draw McGraw 6:00 News (Bruce Marsh) 6:15 Vikings "The Merchants of Venice" 6:45 CBC News 7:00 Tabloid 7:30 Don Messer 8:00 Cradle Song 9:30 Jack Kane 10:30 Academy Awards mid. News 12:15 Philip Marlowe "Buddy Boy" (premiere) WKBW 7-ABC Buffalo 7:30 Window on the World 8:00 Buffalo AM 9:00 Comedy Corner 9:30 Romper Room (Mary Klein) 10:30 Morning Show "I Found Stella Parish" noon Restless Gun 12:30 Love That Bob! 1:00 About Faces

1:30 Divorce Hearing 2:00 Day in Count 2:30 Gale Storm 3:00 Beat the Clock 3:30 Who Do You Trust? 4:00 American Bandstand 5:30 Rin Tin Tin 6:00 Early Show "Betrayed Women" 7:15 News/Weather 7:30 Cheyenne "Lone Gun" 8:30 Bourbon Street Beat "Twice Betrayed" 9:30 Adventures in Paradise "Forbidden Sea" 10:30 Mike Hammer "Husbands are Bad Luck" 11:00 News 11:15 First Run Playhouse "Millie" WHEC/WVET 10-ABC/CBS Rochester 7:00 Math for Teachers 7:30 Pageant "From Clay" 8:00 CBS News 8:15 Captain Kangaroo 9:00 Coffee Cup Theater "Underground Agent" 10:15 En avant, marche 10:30 On the Go 11:00 I Love Lucy 11:30 December Bride noon Love of Life 12:30 Search for Tomorrow 12:45 Guiding Light 1:00 Stage One "Deadly Fear" 1:30 As the World Turns 2:00 For Better or Worse 2:30 House Party 3:00 Applied Money "How Good is Your Credit?" (guest is banker William Bergin) 3:30 Verdict is Yours 4:00 Brighter Day 4:15 Secret Storm 4:30 Edge of Night 5:00 Life of Riley "The Watchdog" 5:30 Ann's Attic 6:00 Quick Draw McGraw 6:30 News 6:45 CBS News 7:00 Wyatt Earp "Behan's Double Game" 7:30 Sea Hunt 8:00 Texan 8:30 Father Knows Best "Family Contest" 9:00 Danny Thomas 9:30 Ann Sothern 10:00 Hennesey 10:30 June Allyson "Suspected" 11:00 News 11:20 Premiere Theater "Confirm or Deny" CHCH 11-CBC Hamilton 8:55 Thought for Today

9:00 Romper Room 9:30 Morning Movie "Two Yanks in Trinidad" 11:00 Jane Gray 11:30 Bob McLean (Bob talks about and shows off abstract art) 12:30 News 12:45 Movie Matinee "Knickerbocker Holiday" 2:15 Nursery School Time 2:30 Open House 3:00 PM Party 3:30 For the Ladies 3:35 Music for You (Joe Carlo) 3:55 News 4:00 Popeye 5:00 Family Theater "African Manhunt" 5:40 News/Sports 6:05 Family Theater cont'd 6:25 Family Theater "Let's Live Again" (weather update at 6:50) 7:30 Don Messer 8:00 Cradle Song 9:30 Jack Kane 10:30 Academy Awards mid. News 12:15 Late Show "Address Unknown" WICU 12-ABC/NBC Erie 7:00 Today 9:00 Cartoons 9:30 Adolphe Menjou 10:00 Dough Re Mi 10:30 Play Your Hunch 11:00 Price is Right (c) 11:30 Concentration noon Truth or Consequences 12:30 It Could Be You (c) 1:00 Susie 1:30 Mary Lo 2:00 Queen for a Day 2:30 Loretta Young 3:00 Young Dr. Malone 3:30 From These Roots 4:00 Thin Man 4:30 Buckskin 5:00 Bugs Bunny 5:30 Rin Tin Tin 6:00 Life of Riley 6:30 News 6:45 NBC News 7:00 Pat Boone (guest Jimmy Rodgers) 7:30 Phil Silvers (Sgt. Bilko) "New Recruits" 8:00 Silent Service 8:30 Wells Fargo "The Town" 9:00 Peter Gunn "The Dummy" 9:30 Alcoa Theatre "The Glorious 4th" 10:00 Oscar Night in Hollywood 10:30 Academy Awards mid. Jack Paar

CKCO 13-CBC Kitchener 6:30 This Morning (Ron Hill) 9:00 Elaine Cole 9:20 Slimnastics (Betty Rogers) 9:35 From Hollywood "The Baroness and the Butler" 11:00 Come Into the Kitchen 11:30 Minister's Study 11:40 Cartoon Carnival noon Three Stooges 12:30 News 12:45 Telescope (Elaine Cole) 1:00 Afternoon Playhouse "The Three Musketeers" 2:30 Open House 3:00 PM Party 3:30 Bazaar (Reg Sellner) 4:25 News 4:30 Let's Look "How to Identify Animal Tracks" 4:45 Mister X (premiere) 5:00 Mickey Mouse Club 5:30 Supper Show "Love Happy" 6:45 News 7:00 I Love Lucy 7:30 Don Messer 8:00 Cradle Song 9:30 Jack Kane 10:30 Academy Awards mid. News Retro: Lima, OH and Zanesville, OH. Thursday, November 16, 1961 From TV Guide: Southern Ohio Edition. In addition to Dayton, Columbus, and Cincinnati, listings were given for WIMA/Lima and WHIZ/Zanesville. [35] WIMA-TV (NBC, ABC) 9:30 LETS LEARN MORE SPANISH 10:00 SAY WHEN-Art James 10:30 PLAY YOUR HUNCH-Merv Griffin (Color) 11:00 THE PRICE IS RIGHT-Bill Cullen (Color) 11:30 CONCENTRATION-Hugh Downs 12:00 CAMOUFLAGE (from ABC) 12:30 IT COULD BE YOU (Color) 1:00 EASTERS PARADE-Variety 2:00 JAN MURRAY (Color) 2:30 LORETTA YOUNG-Drama 3:00 SPECIAL FOR WOMEN-The Glamour Trap* 4:00 MAKE ROOM FOR DADDY-Comedy 4:30 HERES HOLLYWOOD-Interviews 4:55 NBC NEWS 5:00 FOR KIDS ONLY-Fitzsimmons (local?) 5:30 HUCKLEBERRY HOUND 6:00 NEWS, WEATHER, SPORTS 6:30 JIM FOSTER-Music 6:45 HUNTLEY/BRINKLEY REPORT

7:00 RIPCORD-Adventure 7:30 OUTLAWS-Western 8:30 DR. KILDARE-Drama 9:30 HAZEL-Comedy 10:00 SING ALONG WITH MITCH-Songs (Color) 11:00 NEWS 11:15 SPORTS 11:25 WEATHER-Phil Costin 11:30 JACK PAAR (JIP) [18] WHIZ-TV (NBC, ABC) 10:30 PLAY YOUR HUNCH-Merv Griffin (Color) 11:00 PRICE IS RIGHT-Bill Cullen (Color) 11:30 CONCENTRATION-Hugh Downs 12:00 CAMOUFLAGE (from ABC) 12:30 MAKE A FACE (from ABC) 1:00 TRIMNASTICS-John Simpson 1:10 OPEN HOUSE-Bob Banfield 2:00 JAN MURRAY (Color) 2:30 LORETTA YOUNG-Drama 3:00 SPECIAL FOR WOMEN-The Glamour Trap 4:00 MAKE ROOM FOR DADDY-Comedy 4:30 HERES HOLLYWOOD-Interviews 4:55 NBC NEWS 5:00 HERES GRUBBY-Children 5:15 FUN FOR THE FAMILY 5:30 THE CALIFORNIANS-Western 6:00 (No listings given) ? 6:10 MILESTONES OF THE CENTURY-Documentary 6:30 TOP PLAYS-Drama 7:00 NEWS-Tom Clark 7:15 HUNTLEY/BRINKLEY REPORT 7:30 MEET McGRAW-Mystery 8:00 THE THIRD MAN-Mystery 8:30 THE UNTOUCHABLES (Last weeks episode from ABC) 9:30 HAZEL-Comedy 10:00 SING ALONG WITH MITCH-Songs (Color) 11:00 NEWS 11:10 WEATHER 11:15 SPORTS 11:20 CONSULT DR. BROTHERS 11:25 JACK PAAR (JIP) Something is obviously missing from the morning lineup on both stations. RETRO: NYC Metro - Thursday, April 4, 1968 (UHF's and Connecticut TV) Part 2 of the proposed TV listings for the day of the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. [SOURCES: TV Guide, New York-Metropolitan Edition, March 30-April 5, 1968 issue; day's listings in The New York Times, Daily News, New York Post, and (for Connecticut movie show titles) The Hour (Norwalk, CT); show episode info, where applicable, courtesy IMDb and TV.com] (C) - in color WNYE-TV 25 New York (Educational; owned by Board of Education of the City of New York)

9:10a 9:30a 9:50a 10:10a 10:30a 11:00a 11:20a 11:40p 12:00p 12:30p 1:00p 1:30p 1:50p 2:10p 2:30p 3:00p 3:30p 4:00p 4:30p

You and the Artist Our Rights and Liberties Your Place and Business Exploring Science Pocketfull of Fun Come, Read to Me a Poem Music: U.S.A. Your Place in Business - "Meeting the Public" Feature Story - "Negro Contributions to American Music" U.N. International Zone Pocketfull of Fun Children of Other Lands - Thailand Business Mathematics 6 Pocketfull of Fun Feature Curriculum History: Social Sciences sign-off

WNYC-TV 31 New York ("Independent"; owned by Municipal Broadcasting System) 3:00p Film Features: 1. "Dawn of an Industry" (about the development of the hovercraft) 2. "Horizons Unlimited" (about Britain's contributions to the aviation industry) 4:00p Around the Clock 4:30p Sports World 5:00p Film Feature 5:30p Portfolio - "Norway's Sea Tradition" (with Erwin Jonas, president of Norwegian-American Chamber of Commerce) 6:00p It's Fun to Read (guest: Mary Norton, author of "The Borrowers"; host: Augusta Baker) 6:30p Film Short (Camera 15) 6:45p News - Paul Manacher 7:00p Continental Comment --7:30p On the Job (Fire Department) 8:00p Navy Film Feature 8:30p American History - "The Managerial Revolution" (with Prof. James Shenton) 9:30p Dateline: Germany 9:45p News - Herbert Boland 10:00p Report to the Physician 10:30p Community Action followed by sign-off WNJU-TV 47 Newark, NJ (Independent; owned by New Jersey Television Broadcasting Corp.) [NOTE: Titles as shown in TV Guide; titles as in New York Times listings in parentheses] 5:30p Adventures of Champion 6:00p The Rebel 6:30p Spanish Drama (Locura de Amor) 7:00p Cooking School (Escuela de Cocina) 7:30p Myrta Silva (Tir y Tapate) 8:00p Bobby Capo 10:00p Spanish Drama (La Duda) 10:30p Variety Hour with Jos Lanza (Buenos Noches) 11:30p Noticias - Raul Davila followed by sign-off

WTIC-TV 3 Hartford, CT (CBS affiliate; owned by Travelers Broadcasting Corp.) 6:30a Sunrise Semester (C) [unless otherwise noted, all network shows including this one are same as on WCBS-TV] 7:00a News and Weather (C) 7:05a CBS Morning News with Joseph Benti (C) 7:30a Perception (C) 8:00a Captain Kangaroo (C) 9:00a The Hap Richards Show (C) 9:30a Wally Gator (C) 10:00a Candid Camera 10:30a Movie: "Love Is Better Than Ever" (1952) - Elizabeth Taylor, Larry Parks 12:00p Love of Life (C) 12:25p CBS News - Joseph Benti (C) 12:30p Search for Tomorrow (C) 12:45p The Guiding Light (C) 1:00p Best Seller: "The Story of Dr. Wassell" (1944) - Gary Cooper, Laraine Day (Part 1 of 7) 1:30p As the World Turns (C) 2:00p Love Is a Many Splendored Thing (C) 2:30p Art Linkletter's House Party (C) 3:00p To Tell the Truth (C) 3:25p CBS Midday News with Douglas Edwards (C) 3:30p The Dick Van Dyke Show [same as at 11:30 A.M. on WCBS-TV] 4:00p Ranger Andy (C) 4:30p Hazel - "Welcome Back, Kevin" (C) [original airdate 10/22/64] 5:00p Perry Mason - "The Case of the Prudent Prosecutor" [original airdate 1/30/60] 6:00p Weather (C) 6:05p Sports - George Ehrlich (C) 6:15p News - Bruce Kern (C) 6:30p CBS Evening News with Walter Cronkite (C) 7:00p Lowell Thomas (cameras follow a trek to the headwaters of the Nile River; from Egypt, the expedition follows the White Nile up to its origin in Tanganyika's Ruwenzori Mountains) (C) --7:30p Cimarron Strip (C) 9:00p The CBS Tuesday Night Movies 11:00p News - Arnold Dean (C) 11:15p Weather (C) 11:20p Sports (C) 11:25p Thursday Starlight: "Duel in the Forest" (1959) - Curd Jurgens, Maria Schell (C) 1:15a Movie: "Joe Dakota (1957) - Jock Mahoney, Luana Patten (C) 3:00a News and Weather followed by sign-off WNHC-TV 8 New Haven, CT (ABC affiliate; owned by Triangle Broadcasting Corp.) 6:10a News 6:15a Davey and Goliath (C) 6:30a Way Out 7:00a Mr. Goober (C) 8:30a Mickey Mouse Club 9:00a Jack La Lanne (C) 9:30a Pat Boone in Hollywood (C) 10:30a The Dick Cavett Show (C) [unless otherwise noted, this and all other ABC network shows same as on WABC-TV] 12:00p The Mike Douglas Show (C) 1:30p PDQ (C) 2:00p The Newlywed Game (C)

2:30p The Baby Game (C) 2:55p The Children's Doctor with Dr. Lendon Smith (C) 3:00p General Hospital (C) 3:30p Mr. Goober (C) 4:30p The Mike Douglas Show (scheduled: Martin Landau, Milt Kamen, The George Shearing Quintet) (C) 6:00p Local News (C) 6:25p Skiing - Eriksen (C) 6:30p ABC Evening News with Bob Young (C) 7:00p Truth or Consequences (C) 7:30p The Second Hundred Years (C) 8:00p The Flying Nun (C) 8:30p Bewitched (C) 9:00p ABC News Special - "California Girl" (C) 10:00p Operation: Entertainment (Ed Ames hosts a show for the Seabees at Port Hueneme, CA; guests: Michele Lee, The Kim Sisters, Pete Barbutti, The Checkmates Ltd., and comics Davis & Reese) 11:00p News - George Thompson (C) 11:15p Weather - Bob Jones (C) 11:20p Sports - Dick Galiette (C) 11:30p The Joey Bishop Show (C) 1:00a News followed by sign-off "Operation: Entertainment," if it was carried at all by Channel 8 that night, was delayed from Friday 8:30 PM. I have a feeling that, like a lot of ABC affiliates, Channel 8 might have aired a movie from 7:30-9:30 on Friday nights, delaying both "OE" and "Off To See The Wizard" (that was certainly the case in my part of the country, where both shows aired on delay in Atlanta, Greensboro, and Greenville, SC). Retro: Kentucky Thursday, April 1, 1971 From TV Guide, Kentucky Edition: WAVE Ch. 3 Louisville (NBC) 6:45 Today In Louisville 7 AM Today (Ted Williams May, winner of a pitching and throwing contest for kids; swimming safety; making clothes) 9 AM Morning Show 9:55 News (Bob Kay) 10 AM Dinah's Place (Richard Crenna, consumer-affiars expert Treesa Drury, veterinarian Larry Lippincott) 10:30 Concentration 11 AM Sale Of The Century 11:30 Hollywood Squares (Ann B. Davis, Bob Dishy, Frank Gorshin, Vincent Price, Soupy Sales, Karen Valentine) 12 N Jeopardy! 12:30 Who, What Or Where 12:55 NBC News (Floyd Kalber) 1 PM Mike Douglas (Mike's 10th anniversary this week so all the shows are reruns except one with David Frost as host which aired on Wednesday--today: James Coco, singer Julie De John,

comic Pat Cooper, weight-control specialist Irwin Stillman and one of his patients, Giles Lorraine, who lost 150 pounds in four months) 2 PM Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 3:30 Bright Promise 4 PM Movie: "The Iron Curtain" (Dana Andrews in the true story of Igor Gouzenko, a Communist defector who exposed the CanadianSoviet spy network, from '48) 5:30 Flintstones 6 PM News, Weather And Sports 6:30 NBC News 7 PM Petticoat Junction 7:30 Flip Wilson (Tim Conway, "Laugh-In"'s Johnny Brown, Sandy Duncan) 8:30 Ironside 9:30 Adam-12 10 PM Dean Martin (Peggy Lee, Ernest Borgnine, Dom DeLuise, comic Fred Smoot) 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Tonight Show (guest: Herschel Bernardi) 1 AM Untouchables WLWT Ch. 5 Cincinnati (NBC) 6:15 Moment Of Meditation 6:20 Good Morning 6:30 University Of Michigan 7 AM Today 9 AM Paul Dixon 10:30 Concentration 11 AM Sale Of The Century 11:30 Hollywood Squares 12 N Bob Braun's 50-50 Club (one of the guests is Anne Jeffreys of NBC's "Bright Promise"-she'd been on WSB's "Today In Georgia" earlier in the week) 1:30 Joe Garagiola's Memory Game 2 PM Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 3:30 Bright Promise 4 PM Phil Donahue 5 PM Man From U.N.C.L.E. 6 PM News, Weather And Sports 6:30 NBC News 7 PM News, Weather And Sports 7:30 Flip Wilson 8:30 Ironside 9:30 Adam-12 10 PM Dean Martin 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Tonight Show WCPO Ch. 9 Cincinnati (CBS)

5:50 Farm News 6 AM Sunrise Semester: "Modern Linguistics" 6:30 Young World 7 AM CBS News (John Hart) 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Uncle Al 10:30 Search For Tomorrow (delay from 12:30 PM) 11 AM Family Affair (guest: Jackie Coogan) 11:30 Beverly Hillbillies (one-hour delay) 12 N News, Weather And Sports 12:30 Nick Clooney 1:30 As The World Turns 2 PM Love Is A Many Splendored Thing 2:30 Guiding Light 3 PM Secret Storm 3:30 Edge Of Night 4 PM Movie: "Ma And Pa Kettle" 6 PM News, Weather And Sports 6:30 CBS News (Walter Cronkite) 7 PM Truth Or Consequences 7:30 Family Affair (Ida Lupino as Mr. French's one-time amour, Lady Marchwood) 8 PM Jim Nabors (guest: Glen Campbell) 9 PM CBS Movie: "Brainstorm" 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Merv Griffin 1 AM Bible Answers 1:30 Local News WHAS Ch. 11 Louisville (CBS) 6:30 Sunrise Semester 7 AM CBS News 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Truth Or Consequences 9:30 Omelet (guests: two female wrestlers) 10 AM The Lucy Show 10:30 Beverly Hillbillies 11 AM Family Affair 11:30 Love Of Life 12 N Where The Heart Is 12:25 CBS News (Douglas Edwards) 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM News (Lee Denney) 1:30 As The World Turns 2 PM Love Is A Many Splendored Thing 2:30 Guiding Light 3 PM Secret Storm 3:30 Edge Of Night 4 PM Gomer Pyle, USMC 4:30 Dick Van Dyke 5 PM Daniel Boone 6 PM News, Weather And Sports 7 PM CBS News 7:30 Movie: "The Adventures Of Huckleberry Finn" (Mickey Rooney, William Frawley, from '39,

pre-empts "Family Affair" and Jim Nabors) 9 PM CBS Movie: "Brainstorm" 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Perry Mason WKRC Ch. 12 Cincinnati (ABC) 7:30 Consumer Report 8 AM Discovery (the sponge fishermen of Tarpon Springs, FL, delay from Sun 11:30 AM) 8:30 Skipper Ryle/Bozo 9:45 Black History 9:50 Fashions In Sewing 10 AM Dinah's Place (pre-empted on Ch. 5) 10:30 Galloping Gourmet 11 AM News, Weather And Sports 11:30 That Girl 12 N Bewitched 12:30 A World Apart 1 PM All My Children 1:30 Let's Make A Deal 2 PM Newlywed Game 2:30 Dating Game 3 PM General Hospital 3:30 One Life To Live 4 PM Dark Shadows 4:30 David Frost (Irish actress Siobhan McKenna, Lucie Arnaz, Jeannie C. Riley, jazz pianist Eubie Blake) 6 PM Big Valley 7 PM News, Weather And Sports 7:30 Alias Smith And Jones (a reunion of sorts between Pete Duel and guest Judy Carne--they played a married couple on "Love On A Rooftop" in 1966-67) 8:30 Bewitched 9 PM Make Room For Granddaddy 9:30 Dan August 10:30 News, Weather, Sports 11 PM Death Valley Days (Dale Robertson has replaced Ronald Reagan as host--the Gipper was elected governor of California in 1966, after all) 11:30 Dick Cavett (Phil Silvers, Fats Domino, Buffalo Bob Smith) 1 AM News, Weather, Sports 1:30 With This Ring WKPC Ch. 15 Louisville (PBS) 8:35 In-school programs 2:30 no listings until 4 PM 4 PM Sesame Street 5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 5:30 What's New 6 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 6:30 What's New 7 PM Spotlight (Butler High School) 7:30 French Chef

8 PM Washington Week In Review 8:30 NET Playhouse: "Reddick," with "Hee Haw"'s Don Harron as a minister who wins over a group of inner-city toughs, only to have them accuse him of furthering his own ambitions when he takes a bigger church. 10 PM Soul! (Kool & The Gang, the Voices of East Harlem, poet Mae Jackson) sign off 11 PM WLEX Ch. 18 Lexington (NBC) 7 AM Today 9 AM Steve Allen (Karen Valentine, Soupy Sales) 10 AM Dinah's Place 10:30 Concentration 11 AM Sale Of The Century 11:30 Hollywood Squares 12 N News, Weather And Sports 12:30 Who, What Or Where 12:55 NBC News 1 PM Jeopardy! 1:30 Joe Garagiola's Memory Game 2 PM Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 3:30 Bright Promise 4 PM Somerset 4:30 Flintstones 5 PM Timmy And Lassie 5:30 News, Weather And Sports 6:30 NBC News 7 PM Buck Owens 7:30 Flip Wilson 8:30 Big Valley 9:30 1970 American Road Race Of Champions, from Road Atlanta 10 PM Dean Martin 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Tonight Show 1 AM Take Five WXIX Ch. 19 Cincinnati (Ind.) 12 N Jeopardy! (pre-empted on Ch. 5) 12:30 Who, What Or Where (pre-empted on Ch. 5) 12:55 NBC News (pre-empted on Ch. 5) 1 PM Movie: "Dancing In The Dark" 3 PM Larry Smith Puppets 3:30 Superman 4 PM Gomer Pyle, USMC (pre-empted on Ch. 9) 4:30 Ultra Man 5 PM Flintstones 5:30 Patty Duke 6 PM Lost In Space 7 PM Dragnet

7:30 To Tell The Truth 8 PM Mantrap (Hollywood agent Stan Persky faces off against Jacqueline Susann, Meredith MacRae, and Anna Cameron (who?); Alan Hamel (Mr. Suzanne Somers) hosts) 8:30 Movie Game (Don Ameche, Jack Cassidy, Richard Deacon, Rich Little, France Nuyen, Susan Strasberg) 9 PM Movie: "The Petty Girl" (George Petty is a glamor-girl artist played by--who else?--Bob Cummings; one of his models tries to get him into fine art.) 11 PM One Step Beyond 11:30 Movie: "A Jolly Bad Fellow" WKYT Ch. 27 Lexington (CBS) 6:55 Law Of The Land 7 AM CBS News 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Town Talk 10 AM Galloping Gourmet 10:30 Beverly Hillbillies 11 AM Family Affair 11:30 Love Of Life 12 N News, Weather And Sports 12:25 CBS News 12:30 Mike Douglas (co-host Arte Johnson, Rock Hudson, Sandler and Young, Bette Midler) 1:30 As The World Turns 2 PM Love Is A Many Splendored Thing 2:30 Guiding Light 3 PM Secret Storm 3:30 Edge Of Night 4 PM Wanted: Dead Or Alive 4:30 Voyage To The Bottom Of The Sea 5:30 Gomer Pyle, USMC (90-minute delay) 6 PM News, Weather And Sports 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Dragnet 7:30 Family Affair 8 PM Jim Nabors 9 PM Movie: "Shane" 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Movie: "Brimstone" WLKY Ch. 32 Louisville (ABC) 7:30 Bob Terry & His Pirates 8 AM Hazel 8:30 Galloping Gourmet 9 AM Movie: "China Doll" 11 AM News, Weather And Sports 11:30 That Girl 12 N Bewitched 12:30 I Love Lucy 1 PM All My Children 1:30 Let's Make A Deal 2 PM Newlywed Game

2:30 Dating Game 3 PM General Hospital 3:30 One Life To Live 4 PM Dark Shadows 4:30 Batman (Frank Gorshin as the Riddler) 5 PM Gilligan's Island 5:30 News, Weather And Sports 6 PM Movie: "Black Patch" 7:30 Alias Smith And Jones 8:30 Bewitched 9 PM Make Room For Granddaddy 9:30 Dan August 10:30 This Is Your Life 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Dick Cavett WDRB Ch. 41 Louisville (Ind.) 3 PM Huck And Yogi 4 PM Rocket Robin Hood 4:30 Spider-Man 5 PM Ultra Man 5:30 Munsters 6 PM Patty Duke 6:30 Flipper 7 PM Movie Game (Anjanette Comer, Stu Gilliam, Arte Johnson, Sue Ane Langdon, Robert Stack, Robert Wagner) 7:30 Laredo 8:30 David Frost (sociologist Paul Ehrlich, Abbe Lane, Rolf ("Tie Me Kangaroo Down, Sport") Harris) 10 PM The Saint 11 PM Movie: "As The Sea Rages" WBLG Ch. 62 (WTVQ Ch. 36) Lexington (ABC) 9 AM Romper Room 10 AM Little Rascals 10:30 News (Chet Huntley) 10:35 News 11 AM Movie Game (Trevor Howard, Richard Deacon, Lee Grant, Peter Haskell, Louis Nye, Stefanie Powers) 11:30 That Girl 12 N Bewitched 12:30 A World Apart 1 PM Dale Wright (local) 1:30 Let's Make A Deal 2 PM Newlywed Game 2:30 Dating Game 3 PM General Hospital 3:30 One Life To Live 4 PM Dark Shadows 4:30 Dick Van Dyke 5 PM Daniel Boone 6 PM News, Weather And Sports 6:30 I Love Lucy (guest: golf pro Jimmy Demaret)

7 PM Hazel 7:30 Alias Smith And Jones 8:30 Bewitched 9 PM CBS Movie: "Brainstorm" (pre-empted on Ch. 27) 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:15 Movie: "Irene" (conclusion) E Kentucky Educational Television (WKZT/23 Elizabethtown, WKSO/29 Somerset, WKMR/38 Morehead, WKLE/46 Lexington, WKON/52 Owenton, WCVN/54 Covington, WKMJ/68 Louisville) 8:30 In-school programs 4:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 5 PM Sesame Street 6 PM Window To The Classroom 6:25 Calling All Consumers 6:30 TV High School 7 PM They Went That 'A Way (profile of Ken Maynard, the movies' first singing cowboy) 7:30 Eastern Kentucky University Presents ("Century In Clay: Bybee Pottery" 8 PM Washington Week In Review 8:30 NET Playhouse 10 PM Soul! sign off 11 PM Retro: Columbus, OH. Wednesday, November 15, 1961 From TV Guide-Southern Ohio Edition [4] WLW-C (NBC) 6:10 DAILY WORD-Religion 6:15 FORECAST FOR TODAY-Weather 6:30 CONTINENTAL CLASSROOM-Education (Color) 7:00 TODAY-John Chancellor (7:25 WEATHER) (8:25 FIVE MINUTES TO LIVE BY) 9:00 JACK DENTON-Variety 10:30 PLAY YOUR HUNCH (Color) 11:00 THE PRICE IS RIGHT (Color) 11:30 CONCENTRATION 12:00 RUTH LYONS-Variety (Color) 1:30 TRUTH OR CONSEQUENCES-Bob Barker 2:00 IT COULD BE YOU 2:25 NEWS-Ray Scherer 2:30 LORETTA YOUNG-Drama 3:00 YOUNG DR. MALONE-Serial 3:30 FROM THESE ROOTS-Serial 4:00 MAKE ROOM FOR DADDY-Comedy 4:30 HERES HOLLYWOOD 4:55 NBC NEWS 5:00 MOVIE-Timber Stampede (1939) 6:25 NEWS, WEATHER, SPORTS 6:45 HUNTLEY/BRINKLEY REPORT 7:00 THE PIONEERS-Drama

7:30 WAGON TRAIN-Western 8:30 JOEY BISHOP 9:00 PERRY COMO (Color) 10:00 BOB NEWHART (Color) 10:30 BRINKLEYS JOURNAL (Color) 11:00 NEWS 11:10 WEATHER 11:15 SPORTS 11:20 JACK PAAR 1:00 MOVIE-Betrayal from the East (1946) [6] WTVN-TV (ABC) 8:00 JANEY JINGLES-Children 9:00 CINDERELLA-Children 9:30 MORNING SHOW-Variety 10:25 CONSULT DR. BROTHERS 10:30 MEDIC-Drama 11:00 TEXAN-Western 11:30 LOVE THAT BOB!-Comedy 12:00 CAMOUFLAGE 12:30 MAKE A FACE-Clayton 1:00 DAY IN COURT-Drama 1:25 NEWS-Alex Dreier 1:30 SPARE TIME-Bowling 2:00 NUMBER PLEASE-Collyer 2:30 SEVEN KEYS-Jack Narz 3:00 QUEEN FOR A DAY 3:30 WHO DO YOU TRUST? 4:00 AMERICAN BANDSTAND (WTVN only carried 30 minutes) 4:30 CASPER CAPERS-Children 5:25 YOUNG PEOPLES WORLD 5:30 SAN FRANCISCO BEAT-Police 5:55 WEATHER-Earl Green 6:00 HIGHWAY PATROL-Police 6:25 NEWS-Joe Harper 6:30 YOGI BEAR-Cartoons 7:00 DICK TRACY-Cartoons 7:30 STEVE ALLEN-Comedy 8:30 TOP CAT-Cartoon 9:00 HAWAIIAN EYE-Mystery 10:00 THE NAKED CITY-Police 11:00 NEWS 11:10 EYE ON BUSINESS-Myers 11:15 WEATHER 11:20 CONSULT DR. BROTHERS 11:25 MOVIE-Blessed Event (1932) [10] WBNS-TV (CBS) 6:45 7:15 7:45 8:00 9:00 9:30 COLLEGE OF THE AIR-Education UNIVERSITY HALL-Education FARMTIME-Bill Zipf CAPTAIN KANGAROO POPYE MOVIE-Confession (1956)

10:55 GATEWAY TO GLAMOR 11:00 LUCIS TOYSHOP-Children 11:30 LOVE OF LIFE-Serial 12:00 NEWS 12:10 WEATHER-Wayne Byers 12:15 ANN REIDER-Variety 12:30 SEARCH FOR TOMORROW-Serial 12:45 THE GUIDING LIGHT-Serial 1:00 TV KINDERGARTEN-Children 1:25 GATEWAY TO GLAMOR 1:30 AS THE WORLD TURNS-Serial 2:00 DECEMBER BRIDE-Comedy 2:30 HOUSE PARTY 3:00 THE ADVENTURES OF ROBIN HOOD 3:25 NEWS-Bill Pepper 3:30 THE VERDICT IS YOURS 3:55 CBS NEWS-Charles Collingwood 4:00 THE BRIGHTER DAY-Serial 4:15 THE SECRET STORM-Serial 4:30 EDGE OF NIGHT-Serial 4:55 NEWS 5:00 FLIPPO THE CLOWN-Children 6:00 DINNER THEATER-Comedy 6:25 WEATHER-Joe Holbrook 6:30 U.S. MARSHAL-Police 7:00 LOOKING WITH LONG 7:15 CBS NEWS-Douglas Edwards 7:30 THE ALVIN SHOW 8:00 DOMESTIC COURT-Drama 8:30 CHECKMATE-Mystery 9:30 MRS. G. GOES TO COLLEGE 10:00 U.S. STEEL HOUR-Man on the Mountaintop 11:00 NEWS 11:10 WEATHER 11:15 SPORTS 11:20 MOVIE-The Texans (1938) 12:45 CROSSROADS-Drama [34] WOSU-TV (Educational/NET) 9:30 PARLONS FRANCAIS 9:45 PHYSICAL EDUCATION 10:00 HEALTH EDUCATION 400 10:30 no listings given 12:00 HEALTH EDUCATION 400 12:30 no listings given 2:45 PARLONS FRANCAIS 3:00 no listings given 4:00 NORTHERN NEIGHBORS 4:30 YOUR NEIGHBOR-Travel 5:00 HERES GRUBBY-Children 5:30 no listings given 5:45 KIDS STUFF-Children 6:00 IN COMBAT-Documentary 6:30 RUSSIAN-Education 7:00 PARENTS AND DR. SPOCK

7:30 ZOOLOGY 401-Education 8:00 SEARCH FOR AMERICA 8:30 RAGTIME ERA-Music 9:00 no listings given 9:30 AMERICAN MEMOIRS 10:00 VISIT TO GERMANY-Travel 10:30 BOOKS AND IDEAS-Literature I knew the Avco (NBC) stations (WLWD, WLWC, and WLWT) were pre-emption prone in daytime, but I can't believe the extent of pre-emptions on the CBS stations: WHIO at least had the excuse of a dual CBS/ABC affiliation, but I notice "Your Surprise Package" (a game show hosted by George Fenneman, BTW) being pre-empted by ABC's reruns of Bob Cummings' "Love That Bob". Other pre-emptions of CBS shows: Calendar I Love Lucy Video Village The Millionaire Brighter Day Secret Storm Edge Of Night WCPO: Calendar Video Village Love Of Life Password Brighter Day (why did they start the kids talking to Santa before Thanksgiving? BTW, "Brighter Day" was a P&G show so it would be almost unthinkable to have it pre-empted in Cincinnati.) WBNS: Calendar I Love Lucy Video Village Your Surprise Package Password The Millionaire Love Of Life on delay at 11:30 (wouldn't become the in-pattern time until 1969) CBS must have had a terribly weak morning lineup; WAGA used to pre-empt it as well. OTOH, it's interesting that ABC affiliates WTVN (WSYX) and WKRC basically stay with their network (even though "American Bandstand" runs only 30 minutes in Columbus). As I recall, however, by the summer of 1962 NBC was pretty much in control of the morning ("Say When," "Play Your Hunch," "Price Is Right," and "Concentration"), CBS's midday soap block ("Love Of Life," "Search For Tomorrow," "Guiding Light," and "As The World Turns") basically owned noon-2 PM (OK, "Truth Or Consequences" was competitive on NBC), but ABC and CBS were locked in a tight race for first from 2-5 PM: ABC 2 PM Day In Court 2:30 Seven Keys

3 PM Queen For A Day 3:30 Who Do You Trust? 4 PM American Bandstand ("American Newsstand" followed at 4:50) CBS 2 PM Password 2:30 Art Linkletter's House Party 3 PM The Millionaire 3:30 To Tell The Truth (Douglas Edwards' newscast at 3:55) 4 PM Secret Storm 4:30 Edge Of Night Given this, did WHIO and WBNS begin clearing the entire CBS afternoon lineup? Retro: Ottawa Valley Sun, Apr 5, 1981 from Ottawa Citizen CBOT 4-CBC Ottawa 8:00 From Now On 9:00 Coronation Street 10:00 Platform 11:00 Star Trek noon Meeting Place (RC service from St. Mary's Cathedral in Calgary) 1:00 Country Canada 1:30 Hymn Sing 2:00 Manon (opera from Edmonton's Jubilee Auditorium) 4:30 Acting Class (behing the scenes at the National Theatre School, Montreal) 5:00 CBC Sunday News 5:30 This Week in Parliament 6:00 Disney's Wonderful World "That Darn Cat" (pt 2) 7:00 Beachcombers 7:30 Muppet Show (guest Shirley Bassey) 8:00 Wayne & Shuster SuperSpecial 9:00 For the Record "Lyon's Den" 10:00 Marketplace 10:30 Man Alive 11:00 The National 11:15 Nation's Business 11:20 News 11:35 Fall & Rise of Reginald Perrin CHRO 5-CBC/MCTV Pembroke 7:00 University Courses 8:00 Hilarious House of Frightenstein 9:00 Jimmy Swaggart 10:00 Jerry Falwell 11:00 University Courses noon It is Written 12:30 Evangelical Answer 1:00 Country Canada 1:30 Hymn Sing 2:00 Manon 4:30 Acting Class 5:00 Disney's Wonderful World "That Darn Cat" (pt 2) 6:00 Counterpoint

7:00 Beachcombers 7:30 Muppet Show 8:00 Wayne & Shuster SuperSpecial 9:00 For the Record "Lyon's Den" 10:00 Marketplace 10:30 Man Alive 11:00 The National 11:15 Nation's Business 11:20 100 Huntley Street 12:50 Movie "The Great Ice Rip-Off" CKGN 6-Global Ottawa 6:00 Canadian Cavalcade 7:00 Kenneth Copeland 8:00 Jimmy Swaggart 9:00 Worldwide Church of God 9:30 Christian Reformed Church 10:00 Avramis Greek Show 10:30 Festival Portuguese 11:45 Festival Italiano di Johnny Lombardi 2:00 Bill & Gwen Prankard 2:30 John Wesley White 3:00 Revival Hour 4:00 Search the Quiet Hour 4:30 Everybody's Business 5:00 Bugs Bunny 6:00 Global Newsweek 7:00 60 Minutes 8:00 When Havoc Struck 8:30 One Day at a Time (x2) 9:30 Alice 10:00 Jazz Giants (Ramsey Lewis/Anita O'Day) 11:00 Global Newsweek mid. Movie "Ball of Fire" 2:00 100 Huntley Street CBMT 6-CBC Montreal 9:00 This is the Life 9:30 Music & the Spoken Word 10:00 Star Trek 11:00 Science International 11:30 Man Alive noon Meeting Place 1:00 Country Canada 1:30 Hymn Sing 2:00 Manon 4:30 Acting Class 5:00 CBC Sunday News 5:30 This Week in Parliament 6:00 Disney's Wonderful World "That Darn Cat" (pt 2) 7:00 Beachcombers 7:30 Muppet Show 8:00 Wayne & Shuster SuperSpecial 9:00 For the Record "Lyon's Den" 10:00 Marketplace 10:30 Man Alive

11:00 The National 11:15 Nation's Business 11:20 News 11:40 Movie "Rattle of a Simple Man" WWNY 7-CBS/NBC/ABC Watertown 7:00 Three Robonic Stooges 7:30 Jimmy Swaggart 8:30 Rex Humbard 9:00 Robert Schuller 10:00 Jerry Falwell 11:00 Day of Discovery 11:30 Kenneth Copeland 12:30 Face the Nation 1:00 NBA Playoffs 6:00 News 6:30 CBS Evening News 7:00 60 Minutes 8:00 Archie Bunker's Place 8:30 One Day at a Time (x2) 9:30 Alice 10:00 Trapper John, MD 11:00 News 11:15 CBS News 11:30 Jim Bakker WROC 8-NBC Rochester 5:55 700 Club 6:55 News for Little People 7:00 Ernest Angley 8:00 Day of Discovery 8:30 James Robison 9:00 Jimmy Swaggart 10:00 Robert Schuller 11:00 Ernest Angley noon Today's Black Woman 12:30 Meet the Press 1:00 Guinness Book of World Records 2:00 All About Caring 2:30 NBC SportsWorld: Phoenix 150 auto race/Grand National Steeplechase 4:30 This Week in Baseball 5:00 Golf: Colgate-Dinah Shore Championship (JIP) 6:30 Challenge 7:00 Disney's Wonderful World "That Darn Cat" (pt 2) 8:00 CHiPs 9:00 Sacketts (pt 1) 11:00 News 11:30 Movie "All the King's Men" CBOFT 9-SRC Ottawa 8:30 Passe-Partout 9:00 Le petit castor (this Japanese anime is still shown today on the French version of Teletoon Retro) 9:30 Merci M. Noe 10:00 Le Jour du Seigneur 11:00 Le monde tribal

noon La semaine verte 1:00 Ecrivains francais 1:30 Propos et confidences (first of a 4-pt interview with Cardinal Paul-Emile Leger) 2:00 D'hier a demain 3:00 L'Univers des sports 5:00 Second regard 6:00 Hebdo-Dimanche 7:00 Chez Denise 7:30 Les Beaux Dimanches "Superstar: Petula Clark" 8:30 Les Beaux Dimanches "Tigris-Le voyage sumerien de Thor Heyerdahl: Le Jardin d'Eden" (pt 1) 9:30 Les Beaux Dimanches "Livraison speciale-Quadrature" 10:30 Sport-Dimanche 11:00 Le Telejournal regional 11:35 Cine-Club "Aguirre, la colere de Dieu" CFTM 10-Montreal/CHOT 40-Hull (TVA) 8:30 (10) Gronigo et cie 8:55 (40) Ouverture 9:00 (10) Patrouille du cosmos (Star Trek) 9:00 (40) On recoit 9:30 (40) Diversites outaouais 10:00 2000 ans apres Jesus-Christ 10:30 C'etait l'bon temps noon Le brunch 2:00 (10) Les Grands Reportages "Le monde aile" 2:00 (40) Patrouille du cosmos 3:00 D'une politique a l'autre 3:30 Les debats de l'Assemblee Nationale 4:00 Justice pour tous 4:30 Sport-Mag 5:30 (10) Les p'tits bonshommes 5:30 (40) Convergences 5:45 (10) Le 10 vous informe 6:00 (10) Au royaume des animaux "Sahara sud" 6:00 (40) Amour sans frontieres 6:30 Au pays de Chanterelle 7:00 Capitaine Flam 7:30 Le film du mois "Les epouses modeles" 10:00 Les gens qui font l'evenement 10:30 Nouvelles TVA/Sports 11:00 Medicin d'aujourd'hui (Medical Centre) "Le peril" mid. (40) Les etoiles de la lutte WHEC 10-CBS Rochester 6:00 Sunrise Semester 6:30 Public Policy Forum 7:30 Adventures of Huck Finn 8:00 Brady Kids 8:30 Sunday Mass 9:00 CBS News Sunday Morning 10:30 World Tomorrow 11:00 Newsmaker 11:30 Face the Nation noon Star Trek 1:00 NBA Playoffs

6:00 CBS Evening News 6:30 Fight Back! 7:00 60 Minutes 8:00 Archie Bunker's Place 8:30 One Day at a Time (x2) 9:30 Alice 10:00 Trapper John, MD 11:00 News 11:15 CBS News 11:30 I, Claudius CKWS 11-CBC Kingston 8:30 Jerry Falwell 9:30 Jimmy Swaggart 10:00 Harrigan (this CKWS-produced children's show was syndied across Canada) 10:30 Robert Schuller 11:30 Community Journal noon Oral Roberts 12:30 Rex Humbard 1:00 Country Canada 1:30 Hymn Sing 2:00 Manon 4:30 Acting Class 5:00 Nashville Swing (guest Mickey Gilley) 5:30 Reach for the Top: Bayside v Ernestown 6:00 Disney's Wonderful World "That Darn Cat" (pt 2) 7:00 Beachcombers 7:30 Muppet Show 8:00 Wayne & Shuster SuperSpecial 9:00 For the Record "Lyon's Den" 10:00 Marketplace 10:30 Man Alive 11:00 The National 11:15 Nation's Business 11:20 News 11:45 Movie "Mayflower: the Pilgrims' Adventure" CFCF 12-CTV Montreal 6:00 University of the Air 6:30 World Tomorrow 7:00 Crossroads 7:30 Day of Discovery 8:00 Jimmy Swaggart 9:00 Oral Roberts 9:30 Rex Humbard 10:00 Hellenic Program 10:30 Teledomenica 2:00 Red Fisher 2:30 Sports Hot Seat 3:00 World Golf Showdown 3:30 Webster 4:00 Untamed World 4:30 Question Period 5:00 The Palace (guests Hagood Hardy, Burton Cummings, Alan Jones, Patsy Gallant, Jim Stafford, and Barbara Eden...I believe this came from CHCH Hamilton, but I'm not 100% sure on that)

6:00 News 6:30 Decision '81 (guest Rene Levesque) 7:00 McGowan's Montreal (interviews with Fiona Reed and Henri Richard, and a visit to the Chateau de Ramsay) 8:00 Solid Gold 9:00 Masada (pt 1) 11:00 CTV National News 11:20 News mid. Movie "Charley Varrick" Ottawa Cable 12-Ottawa 2pm Get High on Real Things 2:30 9-2-4: Carleton School Boards 3:00 Universitas 3:30 Adventures in Co-operation 4:00 Kanata Watcher 4:30 Ottawa-Carleton Board of Trade 5:00 High School Sports 6:30 Kaleidoscope 7:00 No One Came 7:30 I Didn't Know That 8:00 Inside Parliament (guest Ed Broadbent) 8:30 Arts in Profile: Savoy Opera 9:00 Country Doctor Skyline Cable 12-Ottawa 9:00 Fitness is... 9:30 Get High on Real Things 10:00 UK Connection 10:30 On the Line 11:30 The Scene noon Special 1:00 Qui vivra, verra! 1:30 Ca se passe chez nous 2pm Faith for Today 2:30 9-2-4: Carleton School Boards 3:00 Universitas 3:30 Adventures in Co-operation 4:00 Special 4:30 Ottawa-Carleton Board of Trade 5:00 High School Sports 7:00 Insight PSAC 7:30 I Didn't Know That 8:00 Inside Parliament (guest Ed Broadbent) 8:30 Arts in Profile: Savoy Opera 9:00 Country Doctor CJOH 13-CTV Ottawa 6:00 University of the Air (x2) 7:00 Audubon Wildlife Theatre 7:30 Circle Square 8:00 All in a Tube 8:30 Jimmy Swaggart 9:00 Day of Discovery 9:30 Ernest Angley 10:30 It is Written

11:00 Rex Humbard 11:30 People's Church 12:30 About Ourselves 1:00 You & Your Income Tax 1:30 Valley Farmer 2:00 Regional Contact 2:30 You & the Law 3:00 Movie "The Golden Voyage of Sinbad" 5:00 Untamed World 5:30 Question Period 6:00 News 6:30 House on the Hill 7:00 Movie "The Magic of Lassie" 9:00 Masada (pt 1) 11:00 CTV National News 11:20 Sportsline 11:30 Insight mid. Movie "The Walking Stick" 2:05 Bionic Woman WOKR 13-ABC Rochester 6:30 Insight 7:00 Music & the Spoken Word 7:30 Jerry Falwell 8:30 Oral Roberts 9:00 Rex Humbard 9:30 Kids are People Too (guests Sugar Ray Leonard and Charlene Tilton) 10:30 Junior Bowling 11:30 Brighton Panorama Rolloffs 12:30 University of Rochester Open House 1:00 Black Dimensions 1:30 Issues & Answers 2:00 Tony Brown's Journal 2:30 Green Thumb 3:00 Outdoor Life 3:30 American Sportsman (season premiere) 4:30 ABC Wide World of Sports: National Collegiate Swimming & Diving Championships 6:00 Eyewitness Plus 6:30 ABC World News Sunday 7:00 Movie "The Magic of Lassie" 9:00 Masada (pt 1) 11:00 News 11:30 ABC News 11:45 Monte Carlo Show (guests Telly Savalas, the Great Andre, the King's Singers, and Paco Cepero) 12:45 It's Your Business Carleton University TV 15-Cable Ottawa 9:30 Psychology 49.200 12:30 English 18.100 3:30 Religion 34.201: Women in Religious Traditions 7:30 Classics 13.300: Classical Mythology House of Commons 16-Cable Ottawa No scheduled programming

WNPE/WNPI 18-PBS Watertown/Norwood 7:00 Sesame Street (x2) 9:00 Matinee at the Bijou "Wildcat" 10:30 Once Upon a Classic "The Talisman" (pt 4) --noon Market to Market 12:30 Public Eye 1:00 Undersea World of Jacques Cousteau "Seabirds of Isabella" --4:00 Different Drummer: Elvin Jones 4:30 Animal World 5:00 Bill Moyers' Journal "The New Cold War" 6:00 Soccer 7:00 Masterpiece Discoveries 8:00 Cousteau Odyssey "Calypso's Search for Atlantis" (pt 1) 9:00 Masterpiece Theatre "Danger UXB" (pt 13) 10:00 Meeting of Minds 11:00 Captains & the Kings (pt 1) CICO 24-TVO Ottawa 8:00 Educational/Children's Programs 1:00 L'aventure humaine 1:30 La mangeaille 2:00 TBA 2:30 Mediterranee 3:30 Le monde en guerre (World at War) 4:30 L'enfance de l'art 5:00 L'atelier des pissenlits 5:30 Saturnin le petit canard 5:45 Les Pilis 5:30 Les aventures de Babar 5:55 Chapi-Chapo 6:00 En pays de connaissance "L'Angleterre" 6:30 Le magie de la danse 7:30 Les arrivants 8:30 LaPierre: a la une 9:00 Arretez le massacre! 9:30 Tele-Cinema "Prova d'orchestra (La repetition d'orchestre)" 11:30 L'Ete Show CIVO 30-RQ Hull 3:30pm Initiation a l'economie 4:00 Histoire du Quebec d'aujourd'hui 4:30 L'evolution de l'homme 5:30 La publicite au Quebec 6:30 Planete indienne 7:00 La premiere annee de la vie 7:30 Nova 8:30 De Grey 9:30 L'Objectif Retro: Eastern Virginia Monday, March 31, 1969 From TV Guide, Eastern Virginia Edition: WTAR (WTKR) Ch. 3 Norfolk (CBS)

6 AM These Things We Share 6:15 Town And Country 6:25 Sunrise Semester: "English Literature" 6:55 Lift Up Mine Eyes 7:05 CBS News (Joseph Benti) 7:30 Flibbertigibbet 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Merv Griffin (Garry Moore, Ann Miller, Sandler and Young, comic Charlie Manna, Leslie Waller (author of a book about the Mafia)) 10 AM The Lucy Show (guests: Robert Alda and John Carradine) 10:30 Beverly Hillbillies 11 AM Andy Griffith 11:30 Dick Van Dyke 12 N Love Of Life 12:25 News (local) 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM Mildred Alexander 1:30 As The World Turns 2 PM Love Is A Many Splendored Thing 2:30 Guiding Light 3 PM Secret Storm 3:30 Edge Of Night 4 PM Linkletter Show (guest: Phyllis Diller) 4:30 What's My Line? (Alan Alda, Arlene Francis, Ruta Lee, Soupy Sales) 5 PM F Troop 5:30 Gilligan's Island 6 PM News, Weather, Sports 6:30 CBS News (Walter Cronkite) 7 PM Hazel 7:30 Gunsmoke 8:30 Here's Lucy (guests: Jack Benny and Jackie Gleason) 9 PM Mayberry R.F.D. 9:30 Family Affair 10 PM Carol Burnett (guests: Vikki Carr and Ronnie Schell) 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Joey Bishop (Shirley MacLaine, Connie Stevens, the Brothers Castro (not Fidel and Raul), cowboy actor Tim McCoy, comic Ray Hastings, ABC, pre-empted on Ch. 13) WSVA (WHSV) Ch. 3 Harrisonburg (NBC/ABC) 7:50 Town And Country 8 AM Today (joined in progress: Edwin Newman subs for Hugh Downs, British writer C.P. Snow discusses world poverty and the population explosion, Hollywood columnist Sheilah Graham) 9 AM Mike Douglas (co-host Louis Nye; singer John Gary, Tom Poston, New York Times food editor Craig Claiborne) 10 AM It Takes Two (debut of a game show hosted by Vin Scully; this week: Shelley Berman, Mike Connors, Richard Long and their wives) 10:25 NBC News (anchor not given)

10:30 Concentration 11 AM Personality (Dr. Joyce Brothers, Jack Cassidy, Milt Kamen; on film: Sammy Davis Jr.) 11:30 Hollywood Squares (Marty Allen, Senta Berger, Mel Brooks, Wally Cox, Abby Dalton, Arte Johnson, Gypsy Rose Lee, Charley Weaver, Paul Lynde) 12 N Bewitched 12:30 Funny You Should Ask (Senta Berger, Mel Brooks, Stu Gilliam, June Lockhart, Jan Murray) 1 PM Dream House 1:30 Let's Make A Deal 2 PM Newlywed Game 2:30 Dating Game 3 PM General Hospital 3:30 One Life To Live 4 PM Dark Shadows 4:30 Pay Cards! (guest: actress-singer Peggy March) 5 PM Merv Griffin (Bobby Sherman, Milt Kamen, "your obedient servant Arthur Treacher") 6 PM News, Weather, Sports (still in b&w) 6:30 ABC News (Frank Reynolds) 7 PM Silent Service 7:30 Avengers (Linda Thorson has replaced Diana Rigg) 8:30 Peyton Place 9 PM The Outcasts 10 PM Big Valley 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Joey Bishop WTVR Ch. 6 Richmond (CBS) 6:30 Virginia Today 7 AM CBS News (expands to an hour today) 8 AM Richmond Today 8:30 Sooper Dog 9 AM Captain Kangaroo 10 AM The Lucy Show 10:30 Beverly Hillbillies 11 AM Andy Griffith 11:30 Dick Van Dyke 12 N Love Of Life 12:25 CBS News (Douglas Edwards) 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM Girl Talk (author Sheila Mandel, Faith Kaye, director of New York's Russian Tea Room; Betsy Palmer has replaced Virginia Graham as hostess) 1:30 As The World Turns 2 PM Love Is A Many Splendored Thing 2:30 Guiding Light 3 PM Secret Storm 3:30 Edge Of Night 4 PM Linkletter Show 4:30 Sooper Dog 5 PM Rawhide 6 PM News, Weather, Sports 6:30 CBS News

7 PM News, Weather 7:30 Gunsmoke 8:30 Here's Lucy 9 PM Mayberry R.F.D. 9:30 Family Affair 10 PM Carol Burnett 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Untouchables WXEX (WRIC) Ch. 8 Richmond-Petersburg (ABC) 7:40 News (Rich Landrum) 7:50 Town And Country 8 AM Farm Show 8:30 Jack LaLanne 9 AM Dialing For Dollars 10:30 America Sings 11 AM Coffee Time 12 N Bewitched 12:30 Funny You Should Ask 1 PM Dream House 1:30 Let's Make A Deal 2 PM Newlywed Game 2:30 Dating Game 3 PM General Hospital 3:30 One Life To Live 4 PM Dark Shadows 4:30 Merv Griffin (same as WTAR/WTKR, with "Dialing For Dollars") 5:55 Paul Harvey 6 PM News, Weather, Sports 6:30 Gilligan's Island 7 PM Truth Or Consequences 7:30 Avengers 8:30 Peyton Place 9 PM The Outcasts 10 PM Big Valley 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Joey Bishop 1 AM News, Weather, Sports WAVY Ch. 10 Norfolk (NBC) 6:30 Farm Show 7 AM Today (in addition to what's listed on WSVA/WHSV, a feature on the Christian Science Monitor's series of articles on children in trouble, jazz musician Billy Taylor and his trio) 9 AM Burke's Law (w/"Dialing For Dollars") 10 AM It Takes Two 10:25 NBC News 10:30 Concentration 11 AM Personality 11:30 Hollywood Squares 12 N Jeopardy! 12:30 This Afternoon

1:30 Hidden Faces (first of several short-lived NBC shows at this time; this one was an "Edge Of Night"-type soap) 2 PM Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 3:30 You Don't Say! (sixth-anniversary show with Patricia Crowley and ace "You Don't Say!" player Barry Sullivan) 4 PM Match Game (Carol Lawrence, Soupy Sales) 4:25 NBC News (Floyd Kalber) 4:30 Mike Douglas (from Cypress Gardens: co-host Cornel Wilde and his wife actress Jean Wallace, Gentle Ben (the bear), Frank (Crazy Guggenheim) Fontaine) 6 PM I Love Lucy 6:30 Huntley-Brinkley Report 7 PM News, Weather, Sports 7:30 I Dream Of Jeannie 8 PM Laugh-In (guest: Rev. Billy Graham, who also made an appearance at least once on "Hee Haw") 9 PM NBC Movie: "I'll Take Sweden" (Bob Hope) 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Tonight Show (Johnny returns from vacation only to meet his soon-to-be competitor Dick Cavett; other guests are Glenn Ford, ragtime pianist Max Morath, Hawaiian entertainer Saki Tumi (wonder if that name's a play on "Sock it to me"?) 1 AM News, Weather, Sports WWBT Ch. 12 Richmond (NBC) 6:30 Town And Country 6:40 News, Table Talk 7 AM Today 9 AM Mike Douglas (same as WSVA/WHSV) 10 AM Flintstones 10:30 Concentration 11 AM Personality 11:30 Hollywood Squares 12 N Jeopardy! 12:30 Eye Guess 12:55 NBC News (Edwin Newman) 1 PM Match Game (Lauren Bacall, Vidal Sassoon, week-behind) 1:25 News (local) 1:30 Hidden Faces 2 PM Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 3:30 You Don't Say! 4 PM Flintstones 4:30 Movie: "The 30-Foot Bride Of Candy Rock" 5:50 News, Weather 6 PM Perry Mason 7 PM Huntley-Brinkley Report 7:30 I Dream Of Jeannie 8 PM Laugh-In 9 PM Movie: "The Young Philadelphians" 11 PM News, Weather, Sports

11:30 Tonight Show WVEC Ch. 13 Norfolk (ABC) 7:30 Wild Bill Hickok 8 AM Comedy Time 8:30 Romper Room 9 AM America! (tour of ten Western states) 9:30 Truth Or Consequences 9:55 News, Weather 10 AM Movie: "She's Working Her Way Through College" 11:50 News, Weather 12 N Bewitched 12:30 Funny You Should Ask 1 PM Dream House 1:30 Let's Make A Deal 2 PM Newlywed Game 2:30 Dating Game 3 PM General Hospital 3:30 One Life To Live 4 PM Dark Shadows 4:30 Flintstones 5 PM Bungles And His Friends 5:30 News, Weather, Sports 6 PM ABC News 6:30 Perry Mason 7:30 Avengers 8:30 Peyton Place 9 PM The Outcasts 10 PM Big Valley 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:25 Movie: "The Ghost And Mrs. Muir" (the movie that inspired the then-current series, with Gene Tierney and Rex Harrison instead of Hope Lange and Edward Mulhare) WHRO Ch. 15 Norfolk (NET) 8 AM Calculus 9:05 7th-grade Virginia History (which I took the year before) 9:35 Personal Finance 10 AM 8th-grade American History 10:25 5th-grade Science 10:45 1st-grade Penmanship 11:05 9th-grade Social Studies 11:35 4th-grade Virginia History 12 N 7th-grade Virginia History 12:30 8th-grade American History 12:55 Primary Speech 1:15 Penmanship 1:35 7th-grade Virginia History 2 PM Probability And Statistics 2:30 9th-grade Social Studies off the air 3-7 PM 7 PM Japan Today

7:30 Young Musicians 8 PM Charles Ives' Fourth Symphony (Leopold Stokowski conducts the American Symphony Orchestra) 9 PM NET Journal (an educational method in Fort Lauderdale which stresses active learning and the child's motivation) 10 PM Continuing Nursing sign off 10:30 PM WCVE Ch. 23 Richmond (NET) nothing given about in-school programs 6:30 Art Studio 6:45 Merlin The Magician 7 PM What's New 7:30 Film: Garden Of The Gods, Colorado Springs 8 PM Charles Ives' Fourth Symphony 9 PM Black Journal (the black failure to make a stronger impact on politics in Alabama and Mississippi, a tribute to Martin Luther King Jr., UN hearings on apartheid in South Africa) 10 PM Continuing Nursing 10:30 World This Week Retro: Atlanta/Chattanooga/Macon Wednesday, March 31, 1971 From TV Guide, Georgia (Atlanta) Edition NOTE: TV Guide does not say if the PBS stations (8, 15, 18, 30, 45) had in-school programming during the day. For those, I will go with the first program listed. WSB Ch. 2 Atlanta (NBC) 6:20 Town And Country 6:25 Farm News 6:30 Big Picture 7 AM Today (Webb Garrison, author of "The Ignorance Book," a book of trivial facts; former IRS commissioner Mortimer Caplin with income-tax hints) 9 AM Today In Georgia (Anne Jeffreys, of the NBC soap "Bright Promise," is a guest) 10 AM Dinah's Place (chef Pierre Franey prepares trout) 10:30 Concentration 11 AM Sale Of The Century 11:30 Hollywood Squares (Ann B. Davis, Bob Dishy, Frank Gorshin, Vincent Price, Soupy Sales, Karen Valentine) 12 N News (Tom Wassell) 12:30 Mike Douglas (from San Diego: Dorothy Lamour, Jack E. Leonard, Ken Berry, San Diego Zoo director Charles Schroeder, Nancy Austin, creator of a line of clothes for large women) 2 PM Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors

3 PM Another World 3:30 Bright Promise 4 PM Somerset 4:30 Truth Or Consequences 5 PM Perry Mason 6 PM News (John Philp/David Sisson) 7 PM NBC News 7:30 The Men From Shiloh (last-season title of "The Virginian") 9 PM Kraft Music Hall (Bette Davis hosts "A Salute To The Oscars"; guests: Frank Gorshin, Michele Lee, Stiller and Meara) 10 PM San Francisco International Airport 11 PM News (Dick Horner) 11:30 Tonight Show WRCB Ch. 3 Chattanooga (NBC) 7 AM Today 9 AM Steve Allen 10:20 Lucille Rivers ("Fashions In Sewing") 10:30 Concentration 11 AM Sale Of The Century 11:30 Hollywood Squares 12 N Jeopardy! 12:30 Who, What Or Where 12:55 NBC News (Floyd Kalber) 1 PM Bulletin 1:30 Joe Garagiola's Memory Game 2 PM Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 3:30 Bright Promise 4 PM Somerset 4:30 Movie: "Excuse My Dust" (Red Skelton, from '51) 6 PM News (Morris/Fischer) 6:30 NBC News 7 PM Truth Or Consequences 7:30 The Men From Shiloh 9 PM Kraft Music Hall 10 PM San Francisco International Airport 11 PM News (Wick/Fischer) 11:30 Tonight Show WAGA Ch. 5 Atlanta (CBS) 6 AM Sunrise Semester: "Life Processes" 6:30 Greek Tragedy 7 AM CBS News (John Hart) 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Beverly Hillbillies (day-behind from 10:30 AM) 9:30 Family Affair (day-behind from 11 AM) 10 AM The Lucy Show (guest: Joan Crawford) 10:30 Phil Donahue (Hugh Lynn Cayce, son of the late Edgar Cayce, discusses ESP, psychic phenomena, and reincarnation) 11:30 Love Of Life 12 N News (Jim Axel/either Ray or Chuck Moore)

12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM Famous Jury Trials 1:30 As The World Turns 2 PM Love Is A Many Splendored Thing 2:30 Guiding Light 3 PM Secret Storm 3:30 Edge Of Night 4 PM Gilligan's Island 4:30 David Frost (Sen. Edmund Muskie is the sole guest) 6 PM News (Ray Moore) 6:30 CBS News (Walter Cronkite) 7 PM News (Jim Axel) 7:30 Men At Law (formerly "Storefront Lawyers") 8:30 To Rome With Love (William Demarest, Don Grady, and Tina Cole visit as Uncle Charley tries to find a woman he met during World War I--both this show and "My Three Sons" were produced by Don Fedderson) 9 PM Movie: "The Easy Way" 11 PM News (Chuck Scarborough) 11:30 Movie: "Black Panther Of Ratana" WGTV Ch. 8 Athens/Atlanta (PBS) 4:30 What's New 5 PM Sesame Street 6 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 6:30 Humanities 7 PM Consultation 7:30 Probe 8 PM French Chef 8:30 Masterpiece Theatre ("The First Churchills" concludes) 9:30 Hollywood And The Stars ("The Odyssey Of Rita Hayworth") 10 PM The Reformation 11 PM Stardate WTVC Ch. 9 Chattanooga (ABC) 7:30 Timmy And Lassie 8 AM Funtime 9 AM News (Hogue/Martin) 9:30 Galloping Gourmet 10 AM Movie: "Wings Of Chance" 11:30 That Girl 12 N Bewitched 12:30 A World Apart 1 PM All My Children 1:30 Let's Make A Deal 2 PM Newlywed Game 2:30 Dating Game 3 PM General Hospital 3:30 One Life To Live 4 PM Dark Shadows (will be replaced Monday, April 5, by "Password") 4:30 I Love Lucy (the Ricardos and Mertzes meet Charles

Boyer in Paris) 5 PM Real McCoys 5:30 News (Willette/McAfee) 6 PM ABC News (Howard K. Smith/Harry Reasoner) 6:30 Big Valley 7:30 Courtship Of Eddie's Father 8 PM Room 222 8:30 Smith Family (Henry Fonda as a cop--the show emphasizes his home life as much as his work) 9 PM Movie: "Asylum For A Spy" 11 PM News (Willette/McAfee) 11:30 Dick Cavett (Deborah Kerr, former Attorney General Ramsey Clark, bullfighter Luis Miguel Dominguin--side note: Dominguin appeared on "What's My Line?" one night when Groucho Marx was the guest panelist; after the game Dominguin kissed Groucho soundly on both cheeks. Groucho, for once, was speechless.) WQXI (WXIA) Ch. 11 Atlanta (ABC) 7 AM Ebony Beat 7:30 Tubby And Lester 9 AM Romper Room 9:55 News 10 AM Movie: "Jackpot" (not the Jimmy Stewart movie "The Jackpot") 11:30 That Girl 12 N Bewitched 12:30 Eyewitness News Parade 1 PM All My Children 1:30 Let's Make A Deal 2 PM Newlywed Game 2:30 Dating Game 3 PM General Hospital 3:30 One Life To Live 4 PM Movie: "The Treasure Of Pancho Villa" 6 PM Dick Van Dyke 6:30 Hazel 7 PM What's My Line? 7:30 Courtship Of Eddie's Father 8 PM Room 222 8:30 Movie: "Secret Of The Incas" (Charlton Heston, Robert Young, from '64) 10:30 This Is Your Life (Glen Campbell and Bobbie Gentry surprise Jose Feliciano) 11 PM News (Bob Neal/Linda Faye Carson/Skip Caray) 11:30 Dick Cavett WDEF Ch. 12 Chattanooga (CBS) 6:25 Focus (educational) 6:55 Farm Report 7 AM CBS News 7:30 Morning Show 8:30 Romper Room 9 AM Captain Kangaroo 10 AM The Lucy Show 10:30 Beverly Hillbillies

11 AM Family Affair 11:30 Love Of Life 12 N News (Vic Gramount) 12:20 Paul Harvey 12:25 CBS News (Douglas Edwards) 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM Peyton Place 1:30 As The World Turns 2 PM Love Is A Many Splendored Thing 2:30 Guiding Light 3 PM Secret Storm 3:30 Edge Of Night 4 PM Gomer Pyle, USMC 4:30 Batman (Cesar Romero as the Joker) 5 PM Daniel Boone 6 PM News (Mort Lloyd) 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Dragnet 7:30 Men At Law 8:30 To Rome With Love 9 PM Medical Center (guest: William Devane) 10 PM Hawaii Five-O 11 PM News (Bill Smith) 11:30 Merv Griffin WMAZ Ch. 13 Macon (CBS/ABC) 6:30 Cartoon Club 6:50 Plantin' Time 6:55 News 7 AM CBS News 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM General Hospital 9:30 Bewitched 10 AM The Lucy Show 10:30 Beverly Hillbillies 11 AM Family Affair 11:30 Love Of Life 12 N Where The Heart Is 12:25 CBS News 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM Alamanac 1:15 Date With Del 1:30 As The World Turns 2 PM Love Is A Many Splendored Thing 2:30 Guiding Light 3 PM Secret Storm 3:30 Edge Of Night 4 PM Gomer Pyle, USMC 4:30 Gilligan's Island 5 PM Daniel Boone 6 PM News, Weather, Sports 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Truth Or Consequences 7:30 Bewitched (ABC, delay from Thu 8:30) 8 PM Make Room For Granddaddy (ABC, delay from Thu 9 PM)

8:30 To Rome With Love 9 PM Johnny Cash (guests: Homer and Jethro, ABC, in-pattern, Chs. 9 and 11 will air this Sat 9:30 PM) 10 PM Hawaii Five-O 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Merv Griffin WDCO Ch. 15 (WMUM Ch. 29) Cochran/ WCLP (WNGH) Ch. 18 Chatsworth (PBS) 4:30 What's New 5 PM Sesame Street 6 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 6:30 Humanities 7 PM Consultation 7:30 Probe 8 PM French Chef 8:30 Masterpiece Theatre 9:30 Book Beat (Ernest K. Gann discusses "The Antagonists," about the Jews' struggle for survival) 10 PM The Reformation 11 PM Stardate WTCG (WPCH) Ch. 17 Atlanta (Ind.) 8 AM Cartoon Carnival 9 AM Banana Splits 9:30 Flintstones 10 AM Yogi Bear 10:30 Rocky And Bullwinkle 11 AM Topper 11:30 Jack LaLanne 12 N Jeopardy! (pre-empted on Ch. 2) 12:30 Who, What Or Where (pre-empted on Ch. 2) 12:55 NBC News (pre-empted on Ch. 2) 1 PM Movie: "Big Operator" 3 PM Little Rascals 3:30 Flintstones 4 PM Gomer Pyle, USMC (pre-empted on Ch. 5) 4:30 Banana Splits 5 PM Batman (Vincent Price as Egghead) 5:30 Addams Family 6 PM Munsters 6:30 Get Smart 7 PM ABA Basketball: Carolina Cougars-Virginia Squires (this always struck me as interesting: the Cougars were carried in Atlanta while the Hawks were carried on Turner's sister station in Charlotte and on Ch. 11-the Hawks' station at the time--clone WGHP High Point) 9 PM Medical Center (time approximate, pre-empted on Ch. 5) 10 PM Steve Allen (co-host Rich Little; Mickey Mantle, Sandy Baron, Phyllis George) 11:30 Merv Griffin (pre-empted on Ch. 5) WETV (WPBA) Ch. 30 Atlanta (PBS)

4 PM Sesame Street 5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 5:30 Film 6 PM World We Live In 6:30 Book Beat (same as Chs. 15 and 18) 7 PM Because We Care (how schools can discourage drug use) 7:30 Thirty Minutes With... (Herbert Klein, President Nixon's director of communications) 8 PM French Chef 8:30 Great American Dream Machine (W.H. Auden reads an update of his 1940 poem "The Unknown Citizen"; Brenda Vaccaro and Robert Klein in a sketch involving competitive lovers; producerdirector Radley Metzger discusses pornography; a segment straight out of either "Candid Camera" or Leno: ordinary people define love) 10 PM Masterpiece Theatre WATL Ch. 36 Atlanta (Ind.) 2 PM Mantrap (Milt Kamen discusses marriage and infidelity 2:30 Movie Game (Pat Boone, Barbara Parkins, James Brolin, Alan Sues, Michele Lee, John Saxon) 3 PM King Kong (animated) 3:30 Lone Ranger (animated) 4 PM Marine Boy 4:30 Speed Racer 5 PM Rocket Robin Hood 5:30 Superman (George Reeves) 6 PM Lost In Space 7 PM Twilight Zone 7:30 Outer Limits (guests: Edward Mulhare, David McCallum-in McCallum's case, before "The Man From U.N.C.L.E.") 8:30 Movie: "The Explosive Generation" (from '61, William Shatner as a high-school teacher on the hot seat after he initiates a discussion of sex education) 10:30 Candid Camera 11 PM Can You Top This? (Stu Gilliam, Mickey Rooney, Sammy Shore) 11:30 Movie: "Foreign Intrigue" WCWB (WMGT) Ch. 41 Macon (NBC) 6:55 Let's Talk About It 7 AM Today 9 AM Romper Room 10 AM Dinah's Place 10:30 Concentration 11 AM Sale Of The Century 11:30 Hollywood Squares 12 N Jeopardy! 12:30 Who, What Or Where 12:55 NBC News 1 PM Helen Popejoy (local) 1:30 Joe Garagiola's Memory Game 2 PM Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 3:30 Bright Promise

4 PM Somerset 4:30 Galloping Gourmet 5 PM Movie Game 5:30 Film 6 PM Mod Squad (ABC, delay from Tue 7:30) 7 PM NBC News 7:30 The Men From Shiloh 9 PM Kraft Music Hall 10 PM San Francisco International Airport 11 PM News (Jack Owens) 11:30 Tonight Show WTCI Ch. 45 Chattanooga (PBS) 5 PM Sesame Street 6 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 6:30 What's New 7 PM Kukla, Fran And Ollie 7:30 Thirty Minutes With... 8 PM Creative Person (Sir Tyrone Guthrie) 8:30 Jazz: "Nature Of Improvisation" 9 PM Great American Dream Machine (Jack Gilford dramatizes Russell Baker's satirical article on human waste, amateur night at the Apollo Theater, a pas de deux from Agnes De Mille's ballet "A Rose For Miss Emily," a former black convict who has successfully entered the field of electronics) (does "The Great American Dream Machine" remind anyone with a clear memory of '50s TV of "Omnibus"?) sign off 10:30 PM Retro: North Carolina Saturday, March 30, 1974 From TV Guide, North Carolina Edition: WFMY Ch. 2 Greensboro (CBS) 7:30 Bailey's Comets (delay from Sun 9 AM) 8 AM Help! It's The Hair Bear Bunch! 8:30 Sabrina, The Teenage Witch 9 AM New Scooby Doo Movies: Sonny and Cher (animated) in "The Secret Of Shark Island" 10 AM My Favorite Martians (animated) 10:30 Jeannie (animated) 11 AM Speed Buggy 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 ("Mr. Horatio Knibbles," '71, from England) 2 PM This Week In The NBA 2:30 NBA Playoff: Bulls-Pistons (site had not been determined when this issue went to press) 5 PM World Of Survival (time approximate) 5:30 High Speed Living

6 PM News 6:30 CBS News (Dan Rather) 7 PM Hee Haw (Jerry Reed, Lawanda Lindsey) 8 PM All In The Family 8:30 M*A*S*H 9 PM Mary Tyler Moore 9:30 Bob Newhart 10 PM Grammy Salutes Oscar (Gene Kelly hosts a tribute to Academy Award-winning songs) 11 PM News 11:30 Movie: "The Night Of The Following Day" E (WUND/2 Columbia/Edenton, NC; WUNC/4 Chapel Hill; WUNK/25 Greenville, NC; WUNL/26 Winston-Salem; WUNJ/39 Wilmington, NC; WUNG/58 Concord, NC) (PBS) off air on Saturday WBTV Ch. 3 Charlotte (CBS) 7 AM Happy Jester 7:30 Bailey's Comets 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 Speed Buggy 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 Wrestling 2:30 NBA Playoff (see Ch. 2) 5 PM The Selfish Giant (animated, don't know how much delay, time approximate) 5:30 The Lorax (again, don't know how much delay) 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Tommy Faile 7:30 Hollywood Squares 8 PM All In The Family 8:30 M*A*S*H 9 PM Mary Tyler Moore 9:30 Bob Newhart 10 PM Grammy Salutes Oscar 11 PM News 11:30 Movie: "Murder, Inc." WWAY Ch. 3 Wilmington, NC (ABC) 7:30 Kid Power (delay from Sun 10 AM) 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: "Robin Hoodnik" 1 PM Action '74 (guests: David Essex and the Dells) 2 PM TBA 2:30 Celebrity Bowling: Ed Asner and Telly Savalas vs. Robert Culp and Kent McCord 3 PM Limits Of Man 3:30 Pro Bowlers Tour (Ebonite Open) 5 PM Wide World Of Sports (not definite at press time, probably the March 28 heavyweight title fight between George Foreman and Ken Norton) 6:30 That Good Ole Nashville Music (Tammy Wynette, George Jones, Patsy Sledd) 7 PM Hee Haw 8 PM Partridge Family 8:30 ABC Suspense Movie: "The Alpha Caper" 10 PM Owen Marshall, Counselor At Law 11 PM ABC News (anchor not given) 11:15 Movie: "A Kiss In The Dark" WRAL Ch. 5 Raleigh (ABC) 6:30 Movie: "Attack Of The Robots" 8:15 Scouting News 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 Fun At The Races 12:30 Teenage Frolics 1 PM Action '74 2 PM Circuit Rider (religious) 2:30 Listen America 3 PM Limits Of Man (coaches Joe Paterno, Ara Parseghian, Tom Cahill, and George Allen discuss football) 3:30 Pro Bowlers Tour 5 PM Wide World Of Sports 6:30 Arthur Smith 7 PM Owen Marshall, Counselor At Law (John Ritter appears in this episode, seems to be a week behind) 8 PM Partridge Family 8:30 ABC Suspense Movie: "The Alpha Caper" 10 PM Mission: Impossible 11 PM News 11:15 ABC News 11:30 Mid-Atlantic Wrestling 12:30 The Saint WECT Ch. 6 Wilmington, NC (NBC) 7 AM Major Adams, Trailmaster ("Wagon Train" reruns)

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 (animated) 11:30 Butch Cassidy And The Sundance Kids 12 N Jetsons 12:30 Go! (on the set of the film "Huckleberry Finn") 1 PM Soul Train (Curtis Mayfield, Bloodstone, the Main Ingredient) 2 PM The Prisoner 3 PM Lawrence Welk (musical tribute to Canada and Mexico) 4 PM College All-Star Basketball Game 6 PM News (time approximate) 6:30 NBC News (Tom Brokaw) 7 PM Flip Wilson (Bing Crosby, the Supremes, David Steinberg, delay from Thu 8 PM) 8 PM Emergency! 9 PM NBC Movie: "Little House On The Prairie" (pilot for the series) 11 PM Don Kirshner's Rock Concert (Eric Burdon, Foghat, Mandrill) WITN Ch. 7 Washington, NC (NBC) 7 AM Across The Fence 7:30 Treehouse Club 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 (animated) 11:30 Butch Cassidy And The Sundance Kids 12 N Jetsons 12:30 Go! 1 PM Limits Of Man (the Army's athletic program, which consists of both individual and team sports) 1:30 Movie: "Tension At Table Rock" 3:30 Flying Nun 4 PM College All-Star Basketball Game 6 PM News (time approximate) 6:30 NBC News 7 PM Lawrence Welk 8 PM Emergency! 9 PM NBC Movie: "Little House On The Prairie" 11 PM News 11:30 High Chaparral 12:30 Alcoholics Anonymous 12:45 Christopher Closeup WGHP Ch. 8 High Point (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 (the Stylistics, Bobby Womack, the Undisputed Truth) 2 PM ABC's Championship Auto Racing: the Atlanta 500 (taped highlights) 3:30 Wilburn Brothers 4 PM That Good Ole Nashville Music 4:30 Porter Wagoner (guest: Mac Wiseman) 5 PM Wide World Of Sports 6:30 Reasoner Report 7 PM Lawrence Welk 8 PM Partridge Family 8:30 ABC Movie: "The Alpha Caper" 10 PM Owen Marshall, Counselor At Law 11 PM ABC News 11:15 News 11:30 World Wide Wrestling 12:30 Movie: "Superargo Against Diabolicus" WNCT Ch. 9 Greenville, NC (CBS) 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 Speed Buggy 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 Green Acres 2:30 NBA Playoff (see Ch. 2) 5 PM Hogan's Heroes (time approximate) 5:30 Arthur Smith 6 PM Porter Wagoner 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 Grammy Salutes Oscar 11 PM News 11:30 Movie: "Six Of A Kind" (W.C. Fields has to make a cross-country auto trip with his wife and another couple--imagine what happens)

WSOC Ch. 9 Charlotte (NBC) 7 AM Popeye 7:30 Stop, Look And Listen 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 (animated) 11:30 Butch Cassidy And The Sundance Kids 12 N Jetsons 12:30 Go! 1 PM Eyewitness Report To The Carolinas 1:30 Movie: "Wild On The Beach" 3 PM Movie: "Man's Favorite Sport?" 5:30 World Of Survival 6 PM News 6:30 Arthur Smith 7 PM Lawrence Welk 8 PM Emergency! 9 PM Movie: "Now You See It, Now You Don't" (put Jonathan Winters and Steve Allen together in an art-theft caper and watch the fun) 11 PM News 11:30 Movie: "The Boy Cried Murder" WIS Ch. 10 Columbia, SC (NBC) 6:45 Viewpoint On Nutrition 7:15 Davey And Goliath 7:30 Mr. Knozit 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 (animated) 11:30 Butch Cassidy And The Sundance Kids 12 N Jetsons 12:30 Go! 1 PM Lidsville 1;30 The Virginian 3 PM Lawrence Welk 4 PM College All-Star Basketball Game 6 PM That Good Ole Nashville Music (Porter Wagoner, Dolly Parton, Johnny Duncan, time approximate) 6:30 NBC News 7 PM News 7:30 Truth Or Consequences 8 PM Emergency! 9 PM NBC Movie: "Little House On The Prairie" 11 PM News 11:30 Movie: "Youngblood Hawke"

1 AM Movie: "Not Of This Earth" 2:30 With This Ring WTVD Ch. 11 Durham (CBS) 6 AM Sunrise Semester: "The Media In America" 6:30 Now 7 AM Gilligan's Island 7:30 Let's Look At... 8 AM Help! It's The Hair Bear Bunch! 8:30 Mulligan Stew 9 AM New Scooby Doo Movies 10 AM My Favorite Martians 10:30 Jeannie 11 AM Speed Buggy 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 McHale's Navy 2:30 NBA Playoff (see Ch. 2) 5 PM Bobby Goldsboro (guest: Anne Murray, time approximate) 5:30 That Good Ole Nashville Music 6 PM Black Unlimited 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 Grammy Salutes Oscar 11 PM News 11:30 Movie: "House Of Cards" 1:30 Curious Kaleidoscope (religious) WCTI Ch. 12 New Bern (ABC) 7:45 Telestory 8 AM Bugs Bunny 8:30 Yogi's Gang 9 AM Superfriends 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 Action '74 2 PM Soul Train (the Four Tops, Blue Magic) 3 PM Death Valley Days 3:30 Pro Bowlers Tour 5 PM Wide World Of Sports 6:30 Reasoner Report 7 PM Wrestling 8 PM Partridge Family 8:30 ABC Suspense Movie: "The Alpha Caper"

10 PM Owen Marshall, Counselor At Law 11 PM ABC News 11:15 Don Kirshner's Rock Concert (Rick Nelson, the James Gang, Maria Muldaur) 12:45 Movie: "Angels Wash Their Faces" (the Dead End Kids and Ronald Reagan appear in this one from '39) 2 AM Movie: "Knute Rockne, All American" (one of the Gipper's most famous roles) 3:30 Movie: "Invisible Stripes" (Humphrey Bogart) WXII Ch. 12 Winston-Salem (NBC) 7 AM Arthur Smith 7:30 Circus! (from Acapulco: aerialist Miss Susuki, Don Francesco and his lions--no, he isn't Don Francisco of "Sabado Gigante" fame) 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 (animated) 11:30 Scrunch! (local kids' show) 12 N Jetsons 12:30 Go! 1 PM Conversation 1;15 Joe Caldwell: Wake Forest basketball highlights 1:30 Black On White 2 PM Then Came Bronson 3 PM Other People, Other Places 3:30 Untamed World 4 PM College All-Star Basketball Game 6 PM News (time approximate) 6:30 Sci-Fi Flick: "Not Of This Earth" 8 PM Emergency! 9 PM Movie: "Tripoli" 11 PM News 11:30 Movie: "El Paso" WBTW Ch. 13 Florence, SC (ABC/CBS) 7 AM Goober And The Ghost Chasers 7:30 Brady Kids 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 Speed Buggy 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 Moe The Rooster 2:30 NBA Playoff (see Ch. 2) 5 PM Wrestling (time approximate) 6 PM Untamed World 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Hee Haw (Loretta Lynn, Conway Twitty, David Houston) 8 PM All In The Family 8:30 M*A*S*H 9 PM Mary Tyler Moore 9:30 Bob Newhart 10 PM Grammy Salutes Oscar 11 PM ABC News 11:15 News 11:30 CBS Movie: "Double Trouble" (delay from Tue 9:30) WCCB Ch. 18 Charlotte (ABC) 7:30 Agriculture 8 AM Bugs Bunny 8:30 Yogi's Gang 9 AM Superfriends 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 Action '74 2 PM ABC's Championship Auto Racing 3:30 Pro Bowlers Tour 5 PM Wide World Of Sports 6:30 Reasoner Report 7 PM Inquiry 7:30 Safari To Adventure 8 PM Partridge Family 8:30 ABC Suspense Movie: "The Alpha Caper" 10 PM Owen Marshall, Counselor At Law 11 PM ABC News 11:15 News 11:30 Don Kirshner's Rock Concert (Mick Jagger and the Rolling Stones from London, the Doobie Brothers, Cross Country, Earth Wind and Fire) 1 AM Soul Train (guest: Al Green) WRDU (WRDC) Ch. 28 Durham (NBC) 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 (animated) 11:30 Butch Cassidy And The Sundance Kids

12 N Jetsons 12:30 Go! 1 PM Lassie 1:30 Untamed World 2 PM Popeye 2:30 Trails West 3 PM Wrestling (may be from Tampa) 4 PM College All-Star Basketball Game 6 PM Celebrity Bowling (Steve Allen and Jayne Meadows vs. Richard Dawson and Virginia Graham, time approximate) 6:30 NBC News 7 PM Porter Wagoner (guest: Jimmy C. Newman) 7:30 Johnny Mann's Stand Up And Cheer (guests: "da luffly Lennon Sisters-a") 8 PM Emergency! 9 PM NBC Movie: "Little House On The Prairie" 11 PM Movie: "Island Of Terror" WRET (WCNC) Ch. 36 Charlotte (Ind.) 7:30 Across The Fence 8 AM Trinity Bible School 8:30 Good News 9 AM Jimmy Swaggart 9:30 Cannon Crusade 10 AM Ministry Of Bob McAlister (and no, I don't think he ever hosted "Wonderama") 11 AM Movie: "The Pawnbroker" 1 PM Movie: "Raw Edge" 3 PM All-South Wrestling (from Atlanta) 4 PM Coaches All-America Basketball Game (pre-empted on WSOC) 6 PM Florida Wrestling (time approximate) 7 PM Fishin' Hole 7:30 Thriller 8:30 Movie: "Knute Rockne, All American" 10:30 Celebrity Bowling (Julie London and Bobby Troup vs. John Saxon and Loretta Swit) 11 PM Alfred Hitchcock Presents (watch for William Schallert in this tale of a play in which an actor exchanges his prop weapon for the real thing--Robert Duvall has the lead role) 11:30 Movie: "Hercules And The Masked Rider" WTVI Ch. 42 Charlotte (PBS) 8:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 9 AM Sesame Street 10 AM Electric Company 10:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 11 AM Sesame Street 12 N Electric Company 12:30 off the air 6:30 Earth Lab 7:30 French Chef

8 PM Eye To Eye 8:30 Movie: "The Battle Of Culloden" (the last full battle fought on British soil, in 1746, wherein the Stuarts tried to regain the throne of Great Britain and Ireland) 10 PM La Rondine (Puccini's 1917 opera which resembles "Camille" in its tale of a courtesan and her young lover) sign off 11:30 PM Retro: South Texas Wednesday, March 30, 1977F From TV Guide, South Texas Edition: KIII Ch. 3 Corpus Christi/ KXIX (KVCT) Ch. 19 Victoria (ABC) 6 AM PTL Club 7 AM Good Morning America (David Hartman) 9 AM Mike Douglas (co-host Tony Bennett; guitarist Charlie Byrd, comedian Kelly Monteith; from Hollywood: Robert Conrad, Dirk Blocker, Larry Manetti, Jackie Cooper) 10:30 Happy Days 11 AM Second Chance (the show that was revived in 1983 as "Press Your Luck") 11:30 Ryan's Hope 12 N All My Children 12:30 (3) Family Feud (19) Midday 1 PM $20,000 Pyramid (Ron Glass, Carole Ita White) 1:30 One Life To Live 2:15 General Hospital 3 PM Edge Of Night 3:30 The Lucy Show 4 PM Partridge Family 4:30 Three Stooges 5:30 ABC News (Harry Reasoner/Barbara Walters) 6 PM News 6:30 Adam-12 7 PM Bionic Woman 8 PM Baretta 9 PM Charlie's Angels 10 PM News 10:30 The Rookies 11:40 Mystery Of The Week: "Night Is The Time For Killing" KGBT Ch. 4 Lower Rio Grande Valley (CBS/NBC) 5:55 General Educational Development 6:25 News In Spanish 6:55 Fishing Line 7 AM Today (Tom Brokaw/Jane Pauley)

9 AM Double Dare (Alex Trebek version) 9:30 Price Is Right 10:30 Love Of Life 10:55 CBS News (Douglas Edwards) 11 AM Young And The Restless 11:30 Search For Tomorrow 12 N News 12:30 As The World Turns 1:30 Guiding Light 2 PM All In The Family 2;30 Match Game '77 (Charles Nelson Reilly, Brett Somers, Susan Sullivan, Betty White, Richard Dawson, Scoey Mitchlll) 3 PM Tattletales (Redd and Joi Foxx, Bill Macy and Samantha Harper, Donald Ross and Patti Deutsch) 3:30 Sesame Street 4:30 Superman (George Reeves) 5 PM Bewitched 5:30 CBS News (Walter Cronkite) 6 PM News 6:30 TBA 7:30 Loves Me, Loves Me Not 8 PM CBS Movie: "Chisum" (John Wayne) 10:10 News 10:40 Tonight Show (Bruce Dern, opera singer Judith Blegen, joined in progress) 12 M Tomorrow KMOL (WOAI) Ch. 4 San Antonio (NBC) 6:40 Take Four 6:45 Adelante 7 AM Today 9 AM Sanford And Son 9:30 Hollywood Squares (Marty Allen, Charo, Sandy Duncan, George Gobel, Karen Grassle, Hal Linden, William Smith, McLean Stevenson, Paul Lynde) 10 AM Wheel Of Fortune 10:30 Shoot For The Stars (LeVar Burton, Anita Gillette) 11 AM Name That Tune 11:30 News 12 N Gong Show (NBC had two feeds: one at noon (CT), the other at 3 PM (CT)) 12:30 Days Of Our Lives 1:30 The Doctors 2 PM Another World 3 PM My Three Sons 3:30 The Lucy Show 4 PM Gunsmoke 5 PM Gilligan's Island 5:30 NBC News (John Chancellor/David Brinkley) 6 PM News 7 PM Grizzly Adams 8 PM 3 Girls 3 (debut of a variety show designed to give breaks to Debbie Allen, Ellen Foley, and Mimi Kennedy) 9 PM Bacharach In Park (Burt Bacharach plays host to Sandy Duncan,

the Harlem Globetrotters, Jack Jones, and Roger Moore) 10 PM News 10:30 Tonight Show 12 M Tomorrow KENS Ch. 5 San Antonio (CBS) 6:30 Comedy Capers/Community Calendar 7 AM CBS News (Bruce Morton/Hughes Rudd) 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM I Dream Of Jeannie 9:30 Price Is Right 10:30 Love Of Life 10:55 CBS News 11 AM Young And The Restless 11:30 Search For Tomorrow 12 N News 12:30 As The World Turns 1:30 Guiding Light 2 PM All In The Family 2:30 Match Game '77 3 PM Tattletales 3:30 Bewitched 4 PM Brady Bunch 4:30 Hogan's Heroes 5 PM News 5:30 CBS News 6 PM News 6:30 Price Is Right 7 PM Good Times 7:30 Loves Me, Loves Me Not 8 PM Movie: "The Night They Raided Minksy's" 10 PM News 10:30 Moviemakers 10:40 CBS Movie: "Norwood" (Joe Namath in his film debut, from '70) KRGV Ch. 5 Lower Rio Grande Valley (ABC) 6:30 Telenoticia 7 AM Good Morning America 9 AM Dinah! (Harriet Nelson, Dyan Cannon, Maya Angelou, Karen Grassle) 10 AM Dusty's Treehouse 10:30 Happy Days 11 AM Second Chance 11:30 Ryan's Hope 12 N Farm Show 12:30 Family Feud 1 PM $20,000 Pyramid 1:30 One Life To Live 2:15 General Hospital 3 PM Edge Of Night 3:30 Three Stooges 4 PM Little Rascals 4:30 I Dream Of Jeannie

5 PM Brady Bunch 5:30 ABC News 6 PM News 6:30 Adam-12 7 PM Bionic Woman 8 PM Baretta 9 PM Charlie's Angels 10 PM News 10:30 The Rookies 11:40 Mystery Of The Week 1:10 News KCEN Ch. 6 Waco-Temple (NBC/ABC) 6:30 Cathy's Corner 7 AM Today 9 AM Sanford And Son 9:30 Hollywood Squares 10 AM Wheel Of Fortune 10:30 Shoot For The Stars 11 AM Name That Tune 11:30 Lovers And Friends (later reworked as "For Richer, For Poorer") 12 N Midday Newswatch 12:30 Days Of Our Lives 1:30 The Doctors 2 PM Another World 3 PM All My Children 3:30 Gilligan's Island 4 PM Brady Bunch 4:30 Emergency One! 5:30 NBC News 6 PM News 6:30 Adam-12 7 PM Grizzly Adams 8 PM 3 Girls 3 9 PM Kingston: Confidential (Raymond Burr's only failure--he's a newspaper editor who still likes to get out and cover stories) 10 PM News 10:30 Tonight Show 12 M Tomorrow KRIS Ch. 6 Corpus Christi (NBC) 6:30 Farm News 7 AM Today 9 AM Sanford And Son 9:30 Hollywood Squares 10 AM Wheel Of Fortune 10:30 Shoot For The Stars 11 AM Name That Tune 11:30 Lovers And Friends 12 N News 12:30 Days Of Our Lives 1:30 The Doctors

2 PM Another World 3 PM Gong Show 3:30 Leave It To Beaver 4 PM Rifleman 4:30 Bewitched 5 PM My Three Sons 5:30 NBC News 6 PM News 6:30 Brady Bunch 7 PM Grizzly Adams 8 PM 3 Girls 3 9 PM Kingston: Confidential 10 PM News 10:30 Tonight Show 12 M Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman 12:30 The FBI KTBC Ch. 7 Austin (CBS) 6:35 Town And Country 6:45 News 7 AM CBS News 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Double Dare 9:30 Price Is Right 10:30 Love Of Life 10:55 CBS News 11 AM Young And The Restless 11:30 Search For Tomorrow 12 N Noon (Donna Axum/Cactus Pryor) 12:30 As The World Turns 1:30 Guiding Light 2 PM All In The Family 2:30 Match Game '77 3 PM Tattletales 3:30 Dinah! 5 PM News 5:30 CBS News 6 PM News 6:30 Match Game PM (Richard Dawson, Charles Nelson Reilly, Brett Somers, Dick Gautier, Jo Ann Pflug, Fannie Flagg) 7 PM Good Times 7:30 Loves Me, Loves Me Not 8 PM CBS Movie: "Chisum" 10:10 News 10:40 CBS Movie: "Norwood" 12:35 News KGNS Ch. 8 Laredo (NBC/ABC) 7 AM Today 9 AM Sanford And Son 9:30 Hollywood Squares 10 AM Wheel Of Fortune 10:30 Shoot For The Stars

11 AM Name That Tune 11:30 Hermanos Coraje (telenovela) 12:15 News 12:30 Days Of Our Lives 1:30 The Doctors 2 PM Another World 3 PM One LifeTo Live 3:45 General Hospital 4:30 Lovers And Friends 5 PM Gong Show 5:30 NBC News 6 PM News 6:30 Adam-12 7 PM Grizzly Adams 8 PM 3 Girls 3 9 PM Kingston: Confidential 10 PM News 10:30 Tonight Show 12 M Tomorrow KLRN Ch. 9 Austin-San Antonio (PBS) 6:30 Lilias, Yoga And You 7 AM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 7:30 Sesame Street 8:30 In-school programs 9 AM Electric Company 9:30 In-school programs 10 AM Carrascolendas 10:30 In-school programs 1 PM Electric Company 1:30 In-school programs 4 PM Sesame Street 5 PM Electric Company 5:30 Villa Alegre 6 PM MacNeil/Lehrer Report 6:30 This Week (representatives from the Austin Association for Retarded Children) 7 PM Nova ("The Human Animal," no relation to Phil Donahue's book, examines the concept that genes influence human behavior) 8 PM Great Performances (Russian cellist Mstislav Rostropovich performs with the Orchestra of the Academy of St.-Martin-in-the-Field) 9 PM Scenes From A Marriage (Part 4) 10 PM Lilias, Yoga And You 10:30 Captioned ABC News 11 PM This Week (rerun of the 6:30 program) 11:30 Hundred Days Unit KWTX Ch. 10 Waco (CBS/ABC) 6 AM Good Morning America 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Double Dare 9:30 Price Is Right

10:30 Love Of Life 10:55 CBS News 11 AM Young And The Restless 11:30 Search For Tomorrow 12 N Ten Acres 12:30 As The World Turns 1:30 Guiding Light 2 PM All In The Family 2:30 Match Game '77 3 PM Tattletales 3:30 Better Living 4 PM Edge Of Night 4:30 General Hospital 5:15 News 5:30 CBS News 6 PM News 6:30 Price Is Right 7 PM Bionic Woman 8 PM Baretta 9 PM Charlie's Angels 10 PM News 10:40 CBS Movie: "Norwood" KZTV Ch. 10 Corpus Christi/ KVTV Ch. 13 Laredo (CBS) 6:30 Deputy Dawg And Friends 7 AM CBS News 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Double Dare 9:30 Price Is Right 10:30 Love Of Life 10:55 CBS News 11 AM Young And The Restless 11:30 Search For Tomorrow 12 N News 12:30 As The World Turns 1:30 Guiding Light 2 PM All In The Family 2:30 Match Game '77 3 PM Tattletales 3:30 TBA 4 PM I Love Lucy 4:30 Beverly Hillbillies 5 PM (10) South Texas Today (13) Laredo Now And South Texas Today 5:30 CBS News 6 PM Gunsmoke 7 PM Good Times 7:30 Loves Me, Loves Me Not 8 PM CBS Movie: "Chisum" 10:10 News 10:40 CBS Movie: "Norwood" 12:35 News 12:40 Good Day! (Martin Mull on the set of "Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman")

KTVT Ch. 11 Ft. Worth (Ind.) 6:40 News 7 AM Slam Bang Theatre 8 AM Comedy Capers 8:30 Dusty's Treehouse 9 AM Family Affair 9:30 Beverly Hillbillies 10 AM The Fugitive 11 AM Ironside (watch for Ed Asner in this one) 12 N News 12:30 Cartoon Carnival 1 PM Movie: "Bad Man's River" 3 PM The Archies 3:30 Banana Splits 4 PM New Mickey Mouse Club 4:30 Superman 5 PM I Love Lucy 5:30 Dick Van Dyke 6 PM Bewitched 6:30 Adam-12 7 PM Gunsmoke 8 PM My Three Sons 8:30 Love, American Style 9 PM Movie: "Harper" (news interrupts the movie at 10 PM) 11:30 Movie: "The Mummy's Hand" 1 AM News KSAT Ch. 12 San Antonio (ABC) 6:45 Classroom 7 AM Good Morning America 9 AM Mike Douglas (co-hostess Twiggy; Erich Segal, Frank Sinatra Jr. comedian George Miller) 10 AM All My Children 10:30 Happy Days 11 AM Second Chance 11:30 Ryan's Hope 12 N Newswatch 12:30 Family Feud 1 PM $20,000 Pyramid 1:30 One Life To Live 2:15 General Hospital 3 PM Edge Of Night 3:30 New Mickey Mouse Club 4 PM Emergency One! 5 PM Partridge Family 5:30 ABC News 6 PM News 6:30 Dolly (Dolly Parton welcomes Captain Kangaroo) 7 PM Bionic Woman 8 PM Baretta 9 PM Charlie's Angels

10 PM News 10:30 Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman 11 PM Ironside 12 M The FBI KEDT Ch. 16 Corpus Christi (PBS) 7 AM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 7:30 Sesame Street 8:30 In-school programs 9 AM Electric Company 9:30 In-school programs 4 PM Sesame Street 5 PM Electric Company 5:30 Villa Alegre 6 PM Zoom 6:30 People In Particular 7 PM Nova 8 PM Great Performances 9 PM Punto de interes 9:30 Black Journal 10 PM Lilias, Yoga And You 10:30 Soundstage (Santana, Tower of Power, Gato Barbieri) sign off 11:30 PM KVUE Ch. 24 Austin (ABC) 7 AM Good Morning America 9 AM Mike Douglas (same as Ch. 12 with the addition of rock group Renaissance) 10:30 Happy Days 11 AM Second Chance 11:30 Ryan's Hope 12 N All My Children 12:30 Family Feud 1 PM $20,000 Pyramid 1:30 One Life To Live 2:15 General Hospital 3 PM Edge Of Night 3:30 I Love Lucy 4 PM Dick Van Dyke 4:30 Brady Bunch 5 PM ABC News 5:30 Andy Griffith 6 PM News 6:30 Bewitched 7 PM Bionic Woman 8 PM Baretta 9 PM Charlie's Angels 10 PM News 10:30 The Rookies 11:40 Mystery Of The Week 1:10 PTL Club KTVV (KXAN) Ch. 36 Austin (NBC)

6:30 Lone Ranger 7 AM Today 9 AM Family Affair 9:30 Hollywood Squares 10 AM Wheel Of Fortune 10:30 Shoot For The Stars 11 AM Name That Tune 11:30 Lovers And Friends 12 N Carolyn Jackson Show 12:30 Days Of Our Lives 1:30 The Doctors 2 PM Another World 3 PM Cartoon Corner 3:30 Gilligan's Island 4 PM My Three Sons 4:30 Emergency One! 5:30 NBC News 6 PM News 6:30 Adam-12 7 PM Grizzly Adams 8 PM 3 Girls 3 9 PM Kingston: Confidential 10 PM News 10:30 Tonight Show 12 M Tomorrow KWEX Ch. 41 San Antonio (Ind.) 3 PM En San Antonio 4 PM Coco Drila (kids' show, means "Crocodile") 4:30 Mundo de juguete (telenovela) 5 PM Vida por vida (telenovela) 6 PM News 7 PM Manuela (telenovela) 8 PM Enrique el polivoz (musical comedy) 8:30 Hogar dulce hogar (comedy) 9 PM Muy agredecido (variety) 9:30 La criada bien criada (comedy) 10 PM Lo imperdonable (telenovela) 10:30 24 Horas (Jacobo Zabludovsky) sign off 11:30 PM Retro: Atlanta/Chattanooga/Macon Friday, March 30, 1973 From TV Guide, Georgia (Atlanta) Edition: WSB Ch. 2 Atlanta (NBC) 6:10 Today In Forestry 6:20 Town And Country 6:25 Farm News 6:30 Better World (the work of Dr. Jonas Salk) 7 AM Today (Eda Le Shan discusses her book "The Wonderful Crisis of Middle Age") 9 AM Today In Georgia

10 AM Dinah's Place (Dinah plays poker with a pro) 10:30 Baffle (Arte Johnson, Barbara Feldon) 11 AM Sale Of The Century 11:30 Hollywood Squares (Pearl Bailey, Arte Johnson, Art Linkletter, Rose Marie, Kent McCord, Karen Valentine, Demond Wilson, Charley Weaver, Paul Lynde) 12 N News 12:30 Merv Griffin (Tony Curtis, Robert Conrad) 2 PM Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 3:30 Return To Peyton Place 4 PM Somerset 4:30 Truth Or Consequences 5 PM Perry Mason 6 PM News 7 PM NBC News (John Chancellor) 7:30 Parent Game 8 PM Sanford And Son 8:30 The Little People (Brian Keith) 9 PM Circle Of Fear 10 PM Bobby Darin (Andy Griffith, Connie Stevens; Eric Weissberg and Steve Mandel doing "Dueling Banjos" from "Deliverance") 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show (guest: McLean Stevenson) 1 AM Midnight Special (host Ray Charles, Carol Burnett, Aretha Franklin, the Earl Scruggs Revue, comics Freeman and Murray) 2:30 News 2:35 Movie: "The Riverline" WRCB Ch. 3 Chattanooga (NBC) 7 AM Today 9 AM Phil Donahue 9:50 Fashions In Sewing 10 AM Dinah's Place 10:30 Baffle 11 AM Sale Of The Century 11:30 Hollywood Squares 12 N Jeopardy! 12:30 Who, What Or Where 12:55 NBC News (Floyd Kalber) 1 PM Merry-Go-Round 1:30 Three On A Match 2 PM Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 3:30 Return To Peyton Place 4 PM Somerset 4:30 Movie: "The Unknown Man" 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News 7 PM Truth Or Consequences

7:30 Hollywood Squares (Ernest Borgnine, Sandy Duncan, Eva Gabor, Arthur Godfrey, Jan Murray, Tony Randall, Karen Valentine) 8 PM Sanford And Son 8:30 Movie: "Quo Vadis" 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show 1 AM Midnight Special WAGA Ch. 5 Atlanta (CBS) 6 AM Sunrise Semester: "The Heavenly Twins--Astronomy and Astrology" 6:30 Your Town 7 AM CBS News (John Hart) 7:30 Atlanta A.M. 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Phil Donahue (an electronic game which allows couples to assess their marriages) 10 AM Joker's Wild 10:30 $10,000 Pyramid 11 AM Gambit 11:30 Love Of Life 11:55 Weather 12 N News 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM Secret Storm (delay from 4 PM) 1:30 As The World Turns 2 PM Guiding Light 2:30 Edge Of Night 3 PM Price Is Right 3:30 It's Your Bet 4 PM The Virginian 5:30 I Love Lucy 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News (Walter Cronkite) 7 PM News 7:30 Circus! (from England: the Circus of the Teddy Bears, with live teddy bears) 8 PM Mission: Impossible 9 PM Movie: "Count Your Blessings" 11 PM News 11:30 Movie: "Suddenly Last Summer" 1:45 Movie: "By The Light Of The Silvery Moon" WGTV Ch. 8 Athens/Atlanta (PBS) In-school programs until 4 PM Sesame Street 5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood (guest: Marcel Marceau) 5:30 Electric Company 6 PM Sesame Street 7 PM TBA 7:30 Wall Street Week 8 PM Washington Week In Review

8:30 Black Journal 9 PM David Susskind (topic: pornography) 11 PM An American Family (conclusion) 12 M Janaki WTVC Ch. 9 Chattanooga (ABC) 7 AM Country Music 7:30 New Zoo Revue 8 AM Funtime 9 AM News 9:30 The Virginian 11 AM I Love Lucy 11:30 Bewitched 12 N Password (Carol Burnett, Elizabeth Montgomery) 12;30 Split Second 1 PM All My Children 1:30 Let's Make A Deal 2 PM Newlywed Game 2:30 Dating Game 3 PM General Hospital 3:30 One Life To Live 4 PM Love, American Style 4:30 Green Acres 5 PM Bonanza 6 PM News 6:30 ABC News (Howard K. Smith/Harry Reasoner) 7 PM Circus! (from Great Yarmouth, England: Mary Chipperfield's zebra and ponies; escape artist Alan Alan) 7:30 I've Got A Secret 8 PM Brady Bunch (in Hawaii, guest: Don Ho) 8:30 Partridge Family 9 PM Room 222 9:30 Odd Couple (Brett Somers--Mrs. Jack Klugman-appears as Oscar's ex-wife Blanche) 10 PM Love, American Style 11 PM News 11:30 In Concert (the Mahavishnu Orchestra, Al Green, Taj Mahal, Dr. Hook, Eric Weissberg and Deliverance) WQXI (WXIA) Ch. 11 Atlanta (ABC) 7 AM Cartoons 8:30 My Favorite Martian 9 AM Hazel 9:30 Dick Van Dyke 10 AM Courtship Of Eddie's Father 10:30 Love, American Style (day-behind) 11 AM One Life To Live (day-behind) 11:30 Bewitched 12 N News 12:30 Split Second 1 PM All My Children 1:30 Let's Make A Deal 2 PM Newlywed Game

2:30 Dating Game 3 PM General Hospital 3:30 Movie: "The Sheriff Was A Lady" 5 PM Bonanza 6 PM News 6:30 ABC News 7 PM What's My Line? (Werner Klemperer, Joanna Barnes, Arlene Francis, Soupy Sales) 7:30 To Tell The Truth (Orson Bean, Kitty Carlisle, Peggy Cass, Bill Cullen) 8 PM Brady Bunch 8:30 Partridge Family 9 PM Room 222 9:30 Odd Couple 10 PM Love, American Style 11 PM News 11:40 Movie: "The Billionaire" (nothing to do with John Beresford Tipton) 1 AM News WDEF Ch. 12 Chattanooga (CBS) 6:25 Sunrise Semester 6:55 Farm Report 7 AM CBS News 7:30 Morning Show 8:30 Romper Room 9 AM Captain Kangaroo 10 AM Joker's Wild 10:30 $10,000 Pyramid 11 AM Gambit 11:30 Love Of Life 11:55 CBS News (Douglas Edwards) 12 N News 12:20 Paul Harvey (doesn't say what follows at 12:25) 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM Beat The Clock (guest: Robert Clary, who debuted that week on "The Young And The Restless") 1:30 As The World Turns 2 PM Guiding Light 2:30 Edge Of Night 3 PM Price Is Right 3:30 Hollywood's Talking (remake of "Everybody's Talking" and even less successful--"Match Game '73" would replace it in July) 4 PM Secret Storm 4:30 Merv Griffin 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Dragnet 7:30 To Tell The Truth (Kitty Carlisle, Peggy Cass, Bill Cullen, Gene Rayburn) 8 PM Mission: Impossible 9 PM CBS Movie: "Marlowe" (James Garner, from '70)

11 PM News 11:30 Movie: "Paradise Canyon" (early John Wayne, from '35) WMAZ Ch. 13 Macon (CBS/ABC) 6:50 News 7 AM CBS News 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Let's Talk It Over 9:30 General Hospital 10 AM Joker's Wild 10:30 $10,000 Pyramid 11 AM Gambit 11:30 Love Of Life 11:55 CBS News 12 N Young And The Restless 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM Almanac 1:15 Date With Del 1:30 As The World Turns 2 PM Guiding Light 2:30 Edge Of Night 3 PM Price Is Right 3:30 Hollywood's Talking 4 PM Secret Storm 4:30 Bonanza 5:30 To Tell The Truth (Kitty Carlisle, Peggy Cass, Bill Cullen, Gene Rayburn) 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Truth Or Consequences 7:30 Price Is Right 8 PM Oral Roberts Special: "Spring Is Special" (guests: Johnny Cash, Pearl Bailey) 9 PM Movie: "Secret Ceremony" 11 PM News 11:30 CBS Movie: "Assignment K" WDCO Ch. 15 (WMUM Ch. 29) Cochran/ WCLP (WNGH) Ch. 18 Chatsworth (PBS) In-school programs until 4 PM Sesame Street 5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 5:30 Electric Company 6 PM Sesame Street 7 PM Zoom 7:30 Wall Street Week 8 PM Washington Week In Review 8:30 Turning Points (would you want a nuclear reactor in your town?) 9 PM Masterpiece Theatre (Barry Morse in "The Golden Bowl," Part 1) 10 PM Teach-In On The Environment

WTCG (WPCH) Ch. 17 Atlanta (Ind.) 7 AM Little Rascals 8 AM Flintstones 8:30 Banana Splits 9 AM New Zoo Revue 9:30 Romper Room 10 AM Cartoon Carnival 10:30 Donna Reed 11 AM Living Easy With Dr. Joyce Brothers 11:30 Mike Douglas (co-host Robert Conrad; Steve Allen, Jayne Meadows, Louis Nye, Freda Payne) 1 PM Movie: "Miss Tatlock's Millions" 3 PM Jeff's Collie 3:30 Flintstones 4 PM Leave It To Beaver 4:30 Petticoat Junction 5 PM Andy Griffith 5:30 Beverly Hillbillies 6 PM Wild Wild West 7 PM Rifleman 7:30 Andy Griffith 8 PM Movie: "Vampire Bat" 9:30 Movie: "Beast From Haunted Cave" 11 PM Twilight Zone 11:30 Movie: "The Giant Behemoth" 1:05 Movie: "Miss Tatlock's Millions" WETV (WPBA) Ch. 30 Atlanta (PBS) In-school programs until 4 PM Sesame Street 5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 5:30 Electric Company 6 PM Folk Guitar 6:30 Good New Days (Part 3 on arthritis) 7 PM Turning Points 7:30 Social Change And Zoning 8 PM Washington Week In Review 8:30 Festival Films (prize-winning student films) 9 PM Masterpiece Theatre 10 PM Cinema Showcase (guest: Richard Rodgers) 10:30 Wall Street Week sign off 11 PM WCWB (WMGT) Ch. 41 Macon (NBC) 7 AM Today 9 AM Romper Room 9:30 Not For Women Only (conclusion of a discussion on the legal rights of children) 10 AM Dinah's Place 10:30 Baffle 11 AM Sale Of The Century 11:30 Hollywood Squares

12 N Jeopardy! 12:30 Who, What Or Where 12:55 NBC News 1 PM News 1:30 Three On A Match 2 PM Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 3:30 Return To Peyton Place 4 PM Somerset 4:30 Addams Family 5 PM Western Star Theater 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News 7 PM Real McCoys 7:30 Felony Squad 8 PM Sanford And Son 8:30 The Little People 9 PM Circle Of Fear 10 PM Bobby Darin 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show 1 AM News WTCI Ch. 45 Chattanooga (PBS) In-school programs until 4:30 Mythology 5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 5:30 Electric Company 6 PM Sesame Street 7 PM Hodgepodge Lodge 7:30 Wall Street Week 8 PM Washington Week In Review 8:30 Festival Films 9 PM Masterpiece Theatre sign off 10 PM WHAE (WGCL) Ch. 46 Atlanta (Ind.) 3:30 Warm-Up (gospel music) 4 PM This Is The Life 4:30 Fury 5 PM Mr. Piper 5:30 Dennis The Menace 6 PM Jim And Tammy 7 PM Of Lands And Seas (skiing in Switzerland) 8 PM Right On (gospel music) 8:30 Chaplain Of Bourbon Street (Bob Harrington) 9 PM 700 Club sign off 11 PM WRIP (WDSI) Ch. 61 Chattanooga (Ind.) 1 PM Tell It And Sell It

2 PM Testimony Time 3 PM Western Playhouse 3:30 Cartoon Carnival 4 PM Movie: "Angels One Five" (how a few fighter pilots stopped the Nazi invasion of England) 6 PM Movie: "The Little Minister" (a Scottish preacher becomes involved with striking workers in his village) 8 PM Movie: "Irene" 10 PM Wrestling 11 PM Modern TV Playhouse 11:30 Movie: "Quality Street" 1:30 Movie: "Angels One Five" 3:30 Movie: "The Little Minister" Retro: Atlanta/Chattanooga/Macon Saturday, March 30, 1968 A tumultuous week lay ahead. On Sunday Lyndon Johnson would announce that he would neither seek nor accept the Democratic nomination for another term as president; on Thursday Martin Luther King Jr. would be assassinated in Memphis. But this is a pretty ordinary Saturday, at least by Atlanta standards. From TV Guide, Georgia (Atlanta) Edition: WSB Ch. 2 Atlanta (NBC) 7 AM Hercules (animated) 7:30 Buck Rogers (the 1930s movie serial) 8 AM Hopalong Cassidy 8:30 Funtime 9 AM Super 6 9:30 Super President 10 AM Flintstones 10:30 Movie: "The Babe Ruth Story" (William Bendix plays the title role in a movie made just after the Bambino's death in 1948) 12:30 Defensive Driving 1:30 Atom Ant/Secret Squirrel (delay from 11:30 AM) 2 PM Top Cat (delay from noon) 2:30 Wild Kingdom (delay from Sun 7 PM) 3 PM Movie: "Drango" 5 PM Shell's Wonderful World Of Golf: Sam Snead vs. Roberto DeVicenzo from Congressional Country Club in Washington, DC 6 PM Let's Go To The Races 6:30 Newsroom (Tom Wassell) 7 PM I Dream Of Jeannie (delay from Tue 7:30) 7:30 The Saint (Roger Moore) 8:30 Get Smart 9 PM NBC Movie: "Mirage" 11:15 News 11:35 Movie: "Portrait In Black" 1:50 Movie: "Beast From Haunted Cave" WRCB Ch. 3 Chattanooga (NBC) 8 AM Lone Ranger

8:30 Cisco Kid 9 AM Super 6 9:30 Super President 10 AM Flintstones 10:30 Samson And Goliath 11 AM Birdman And The Galaxy Trio 11:30 Atom Ant/Secret Squirrel 12 N Top Cat 12:30 Cool McCool 1 PM Roy Rogers 2 PM Movie: "The Day The Earth Stood Still" 3:30 Movie: "Where The Sidewalk Ends" 5 PM Ernest Tubb 5:30 Flatt And Scruggs 6 PM Arthur Smith 6:30 Stoneman Family 7 PM Porter Wagoner 7:30 The Saint 8:30 Get Smart 9 PM NBC Movie: "Mirage" 11:15 TBA 11:30 Saturday Tonight Show (Bill Moyers, Alan King, George Segal, singers Hines, Hines & Dad) WAGA Ch. 5 Atlanta (CBS) 6:25 Farm Digest 6:30 Across The Fence 7 AM 4-H Hour 7:30 Mr. Magoo 8 AM Mr. Pix (Dave Michaels) 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 Wagon Train (this episode takes place in the town of Bedrock--couldn't be where Fred Flintstone was sheriff for a day Grin) 3:30 The Professionals (Brooks Robinson and Frank Robinson discuss the physical and psychological rigors of baseball, along with Orioles manager Hank Bauer and veteran pitcher Lou Burdette) 4 PM CBS Golf Classic: Miller Barber and Bob Charles vs. Sam Snead and Gardner Dickinson (first-round match) 5 PM Lost In Space (delay from Wed 7:30) 6 PM Panorama News 6:30 Green Acres (delay from Wed 9 PM) 7 PM Beverly Hillbillies (delay from Wed 8:30) 7:30 Jackie Gleason (the Honeymooners are in Spain, where Ralph gets into a blackmail plot) 8:30 My Three Sons

9 PM Hogan's Heroes 9:30 Petticoat Junction 10 PM Mannix 11 PM News 11:30 Movie: "All That Heaven Allows" WGTV Ch. 8 Athens/Atlanta (NET) 7:45 State Careers 8 PM Boston Symphony 9:30 Alcatraz: The Lonely Rock All of these programs are also carried on WDCO Ch. 15 (WMUM Ch. 29) Cochran and WCLP (WNGH) Ch. 18 Chatsworth. WTVC Ch. 9 Chattanooga (ABC) 7 AM Georgialand 7:30 Beatles (delay from noon, in black and white) 8 AM Milton The Monster (delay from Sun 9:30 AM, in black and white) 8:30 Three Stooges 9 AM New Casper Cartoon Show 9:30 Fantastic Four 10 AM Spider-Man 10:30 Journey To The Center Of The Earth 11 AM King Kong 11:30 George Of The Jungle 12 N Singing Convention 1 PM Know Your Bible 1:30 Happening '68 (finals of the amateur band contest; judges: Lalo Schifrin, Fabian, Regis Philbin, Yvonne Craig, Freddie Cannon; Rick Nelson also performs; Paul Revere and Mark Lindsay host) 2 PM Movie: "The Leech Woman" 3:30 Pro Bowlers Tour (New Orleans Open) 5 PM Wide World Of Sports (Sebring 12-Hour Grand Prix of Endurance, NCAA Swimming and Diving Championships (Don Schollander competes), men's slalom in the DuMaurier Ski Meet (in black and white)) 6:30 Let's Go To The Races 7 PM Rat Patrol (delay from Mon 8:30) 7:30 Dating Game (guest: Moms Mabley) 8 PM Newlywed Game 8:30 Lawrence Welk (guest Charley Pride sings "Last Thing On My Mind" and "Kaw-Liga"; Welk was scheduled to appear in Atlanta on Thursday to open the Cancer Crusade, don't know if it was held in light of the King assassination) 9:30 Hollywood Palace (host Jimmy Durante, the Beatles sing "Lady Madonna" on tape from London, Liza Minnelli, Tim Conway, comedian Jerry Shane, Fred and Mickie Finn, Le Grande Ballet Classique from Paris) 10:30 Felony Squad (delay from Mon 9 PM) 11 PM ABC News (Bill Beutel) 11:15 Movie: "The Female Animal" WQXI (WXIA) Ch. 11 Atlanta (ABC)

7:30 Adventures In Living 8:30 Cartoon Carnival 9 AM New Casper Cartoon Show 9:30 Fantastic Four 10 AM Spider-Man 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 (on tape from London: the Beatles hold a news conference and sing "Penny Lane" and "Strawberry Fields Forever") 1:30 Happening '68 2 PM East-West College All-Star Basketball Game 3:30 Pro Bowlers Tour (time approximate) 5 PM Wilburn Brothers 5:30 Porter Wagoner 6 PM Flatt And Scruggs 6:30 Live Atlanta Wrestling 7:30 Bill Anderson 8 PM Ernest Tubb 8:30 Lawrence Welk 9:30 Hollywood Palace 10:30 Joe Pyne (guests: David Susskind on public taste, Rev. Hugh Anwyl on Cuba and Castro, Clifford M. Royse Jr. who offers to predict the future) 12 M Movie: "Attack Of The Giant Leeches" 1:15 ABC News WDEF Ch. 12 Chattanooga (CBS) 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 East-West College All-Star Basketball Game 3:30 Panic (time approximate) 4 PM CBS Golf Classic 5 PM Wrestling (from Chattanooga) 6:30 CBS News (Roger Mudd) 7 PM McHale's Navy 7:30 Jackie Gleason 8:30 My Three Sons 9 PM Hogan's Heroes 9:30 Petticoat Junction 10 PM Mannix 11 PM Movie: "Anatomy Of A Murder" (conclusion) WMAZ Ch. 13 Macon (CBS/ABC)

7 AM Growing South 7:30 Georgia TV Monitor 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 Bugs Bunny (I assume this is ABC, delay from Sun 10:30 AM, in black and white) 2:30 Happening '68 (James Brown, Aretha Franklin, Bill Medley of the Righteous Brothers; Jay North, Jackie DeShannon, and Tommy Roe judge the amateur-band contest; don't know how much of a delay but it's in black and white) 3 PM Greatest Show On Earth 4 PM CBS Golf Classic 5 PM Bonnie Lou And Buster 5:30 Porter Wagoner 6 PM Let's Go To The Races 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Hogan's Heroes (says it's the same show that will air at 9 PM on 5 and 12) 7:30 Jackie Gleason 8:30 Lawrence Welk 9:30 Petticoat Junction 10 PM Mannix 11 PM News 11:15 Robins Report 11:20 Hollywood Palace (host Phil Harris, Bill Dana as Jose Jimenez, English comedy team Hendra and Ullett, Sid Miller and Rose Marie, comic magician Jacques Ary, Abbe Lane, Philip Crosby, the Hollies, don't know how much delay) 12:20 Outer Limits WJRJ (WPCH) Ch. 17 Atlanta (Ind.) 4 PM Topic (topic today is chiropractic) 4:30 Adventure Theatre 5 PM America Sings 5:30 Speedway International 6 PM Roller Derby 7 PM CBS News (pre-empted on Ch. 5) 7:30 Dating Game (pre-empted on Ch. 11) 8 PM Movie: "Suez" 10 PM William F. Buckley Jr. (author Sir Arthur Lunn discusses the impact of political and religious ideas on sports) 11 PM Alfred Hitchcock Presents sign off 11:30 PM

WETV (WPBA) Ch. 30 Atlanta (NET) off air on Saturday Retro: North Georgia Tuesday, March 28, 1978 By request, from TV Guide, North Georgia Edition NOTE: President Carter's trip to South America and Africa may delay or pre-empt regular programming. WSB Ch. 2 Atlanta (NBC) 6 AM Pattern For Living 6:30 Arthur Smith 7 AM Today (Amy and Irving Wallace discuss "The Two," their biography of Eng and Chang Bunker; Tom Brokaw and Jane Pauley host) 9 AM Hollywood Squares (Milton Berle, Diana Canova, Diahann Carroll, Tom Dreesen, Jack Jones, Anthony Newley, Stiller and Meara, Jimmie Walker, Paul Lynde, week-behind from 10:30 AM) 9:30 To Say The Least (Peter Isacksen, Arte Johnson, Ruta Lee, Jo Ann Pflug, week-behind from noon) 10 AM Sanford And Son 10:30 Today In Georgia (guest: Rep. Larry McDonald) 11 AM Wheel Of Fortune 11:30 Knockout (Arte Johnson's only game-show hosting job) 12 N News 12:30 Newlywed Game 1 PM Liars Club (Dody Goodman, Alan Sues, James Hampton, Larry Hovis--Allen Ludden hosts) 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 7 PM NBC News (John Chancellor/David Brinkley) 7:30 Wild Kingdom 8 PM NBC Movie: "The Cops And Robin" (Ernest Borgnine in something that sounds like "Holmes And Yoyo" played straight) 10 PM NBC Reports: "Spying For Uncle Sam" (real-life spies who sometimes risk their sense of morality and selfrespect) 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show (Suzanne Pleshette, Raquel Welch, Bob and Ray, Erma Bombeck) 1 AM Tomorrow (Garson Kanin and his wife Ruth Gordon) 2 AM News WRCB Ch. 3 Chattanooga (NBC) 6:25 New Zoo Revue

6:55 News For Little People 7 AM Today 9 AM 700 Club 10 AM Sanford And Son 10:30 Hollywood Squares ("Doublemint twins" Cyb and Tricia Barnstable (of NBC's sitcom "Quark"), Betty Buckley, Rodney Dangerfield, David Doyle, Dennis Dugan, George Gobel, Isabel Sanford, Marcia Wallace, Paul Lynde) 11 AM Wheel Of Fortune 11:30 Knockout 12 N Adam-12 12:30 Midday Live 1 PM For Richer, For Poorer 1:30 Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 4 PM Bugs Bunny, Three Stooges, Little Rascals 5:25 News For Little People 5:30 Batman (Burgess Meredith as the Penguin) 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News 7 PM Partridge Family 7:30 Family Feud 8 PM NBC Movie: "The Cops And Robin" 10 PM NBC Reports 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show 1 AM Tomorrow WAGA Ch. 5 Atlanta (CBS) 6:30 Sunrise Semester: "Physics And Society" 7 AM CBS News (Lesley Stahl/Richard Threlkeld) 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Donahue (Anita Bryant and husband Bob Greene give their views on prayer in public schools) 10 AM Cross-Wits (Betty White, Nipsey Russell, Stubby Kaye, Conny Van Dyke) 10:30 Price Is Right 11:30 Love Of Life 11:55 CBS News (Douglas Edwards) 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 All In The Family 4 PM Bewitched 4:30 Mike Douglas (co-hostess Joyce DeWitt, Sergio Franchi, singer Mary O'Hara, Geoffrey Holder, a Simon Says expert) 6 PM News 7 PM CBS News (Walter Cronkite) 7:30 Price Is Right 8 PM Americans (profiles of extraordinary people, nothing else given) 9 PM All In The Family (one-hour special in which Archie and Edith are arguing because he wants to buy his favorite bar)

10 PM CBS: On The Air (highlights of past Tuesday shows: the Garry Moore and Phil Silvers shows, "Dobie Gillis," "Suspense," "Danger," "Daktari," "M*A*S*H," "One Day At A Time," Edward R. Murrow taking on Sen. Joseph McCarthy on "See It Now") 11 PM News 11:30 Columbo 1:05 Kojak 2:15 Marcus Welby, M.D. 3:15 News WGTV Ch. 8 Athens/Atlanta (PBS) In-school programming until 3 PM Modern Supervisory Techniques 3:30 French Chef 4 PM Sesame Street 5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 5:30 Sesame Street 6:30 Over Easy (guest: Sen. Thomas Eagleton) 7 PM Yoga For Health 7:30 Turnabout ("How To Survive Your Job") 8 PM National Geographic: "The Incredible Machine" (the human body) 9 PM Rudolf Serkin: Master Musician 10 PM Spoleto U.S.A. (highlights of the 1977 Spoleto Festival in Charleston, SC) 11 PM Anna Karenina (Part Cool sign off 12 M WTVC Ch. 9 Chattanooga (ABC) 6:25 Good Morning Chattanooga 6:30 PTL Club 7:30 Funtime 8 AM Good Morning America (joined in progress) 9 AM Donahue (guest: Ben Vereen) 10 AM Room 222 10:30 Edge Of Night (delay from 4 PM) 11 AM Happy Days 11:30 Family Feud 12 N $20,000 Pyramid (Tony Randall, Anita Gillette) 12:30 Ryan's Hope 1 PM All My Children 2 PM One Life To Live 3 PM General Hospital 4 PM New Mickey Mouse Club 4:30 Gilligan's Island 5 PM My Three Sons 5:30 Andy Griffith 6 PM News 6:30 ABC News (Harry Reasoner/Barbara Walters) 7 PM Emergency One! 8 PM Happy Days 8:30 Laverne & Shirley 9 PM Three's Company

9:30 Soap 10 PM Having Babies 11 PM News 11:30 ABC Movie: "Quiller: Night Of The Father" WXIA 11 Alive Atlanta (ABC) 6:30 Not For Women Only (part 2 of 5 on computers: "Games and Bills") 7 AM Good Morning America (Mummenschanz; David Hartman hosts) 9 AM $20,000 Pyramid (Peter Isacksen, Penny Peyser, week-behind) 9:30 Gambit (11 Alive was one of a few stations that ran selected reruns of this show, as did sister station WLKY 32 Alive in Louisville) 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 One Life To Live 3 PM General Hospital 4 PM Gunsmoke 5 PM Emergency One! 6 PM News 6:30 ABC News 7 PM Concentration (Jack Narz) 7:30 To Tell The Truth (Peggy Cass, Barry Nelson, Kitty Carlisle, Bill Cullen; Joe Garagiola hosts) 8 PM Happy Days 8:30 Laverne & Shirley 9 PM Three's Company 9:30 Soap 10 PM Having Babies 11 PM News 11:30 Forever Fernwood 12 M ABC Movie: "Quiller: Night Of The Father" WDEF Ch. 12 Chattanooga (CBS) 5:55 Farm Report 6 AM Sunrise Semester 6:30 Morning Show 8 AM CBS News 9 AM Captain Kangaroo 10 AM Tattletales (Gavin and Patti MacLeod, Greg Mullavey and Meredith MacRae, Gene and Helen Rayburn) 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 3:30 All In The Family 4 PM Match Game '78 (Richard Dawson, David Doyle, Eva Gabor, Charles Nelson Reilly, Brett Somers, Betty White) 4:30 Merv Griffin (Ronald and Nancy Reagan, Fred Astaire, movie producer Ross Hunter, Deney ("Dance Fever") Teerio, dancer Patsy Folkerson) 5:55 Weather 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Gunsmoke 8 PM Sam (he's a police dog) 8:30 Shields & Yarnell 9 PM All In The Family 10 PM CBS: On The Air 11 PM News 11:30 Columbo 1:05 Kojak WMAZ Ch. 13 Macon (CBS) 6:20 News 6:30 Let's Talk It Over (rerun of the previous day's show) 7 AM CBS News 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Let's Talk It Over (subject: the March of Dimes) 9:30 Donahue (obstacles faced by college applicants and their families) 10:30 Price Is Right 11:30 Love Of Life 11:55 CBS News 12 N Young And The Restless 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM News 1:15 Date With Del (upcoming events at Six Flags Over Georgia) 1:30 As The World Turns 2:30 Guiding Light 3:30 All In The Family 4 PM Gilligan's Island 4:30 Gunsmoke 5:30 Adam-12 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Brady Bunch 7:30 Muppet Show (guest: Cleo Laine) 8 PM Sam 8:30 Shields & Yarnell 9 PM All In The Family 10 PM CBS: On The Air 11 PM News 11:30 Columbo 1:05 Kojak

WDCO Ch. 15 (WMUM Ch. 29) Cochran/ WCLP (WNGH) Ch. 18 Chatsworth (PBS) In-school programs until 3 PM Modern Supervisory Techniques 3:30 French Chef 4 PM Sesame Street 5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 5:30 Electric Company 6 PM Zoom 6:30 Over Easy 7 PM Wild Wild World Of Animals 7:30 MacNeil/Lehrer Report 8 PM National Geographic 9 PM Rudolf Serkin: Master Musician 10 PM Spoleto U.S.A. 11 PM Dick Cavett (former narcotics agent James West) WTCG (WPCH) Ch. 17 Atlanta (Ind.) 5:10 Wanted: Dead Or Alive 5:40 World At Large 6:10 News 6:30 Romper Room 7 AM Three Stooges/Little Rascals 8 AM Lassie 8:30 The Lucy Show (Ann Sothern appears as the Countess) 9 AM Jim Nabors (Carol Burnett, Erma Bombeck, Jim Stafford) 10 AM Movie: "The Price Of Fear" 11:55 News 12 N Hazel 12:30 Movie: "Flood Tide" (watch for Joanna Moore, Peggy on "The Andy Griffith Show") 2:25 News 2:30 I Love Lucy (the Orson Welles episode) 3 PM New Mickey Mouse Club 3:30 Flintstones 4 PM Addams Family 4:30 Gilligan's Island 5 PM I Dream Of Jeannie 5:30 Family Affair 6 PM Andy Griffith (a color episode in which Barney returns for his high-school reunion) 6:30 My Three Sons 7 PM Gomer Pyle, USMC 7:30 Hogan's Heroes 8 PM The World At War (the atomic bomb and the surrender of Japan) 9 PM Movie: "The Savage Innocents" 11:30 Movie: "The Spoilers" 1:15 Movie: "China Gate" (Gene Barry stars) 3:15 News

3:35 Open Up WETV (WPBA) Ch. 30 Atlanta (PBS) 9 AM Sesame Street 10 AM In-school programs 10:30 Infinity Factory 11 AM In-school programs 2 PM Electric Company 2:30 In-school programs 4 PM Sesame Street 5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 5:30 Electric Company 6 PM Zoom 6:30 Over Easy 7 PM Que Pasa, U.S.A.? 7:30 MacNeil/Lehrer Report 8 PM Cinema Showcase (Oscar predictions) 8:30 Consumer Survival Kit 9 PM Meeting Of Minds (capital punishment, slavery, and revolution are discussed by actors playing the Marquis de Sade, Dowager Empress Tz'u Hsi, jurist Cesare Beccaria, and Frederick Douglass; Steve Allen moderates) 10 PM Nova 11 PM Dick Cavett 11:30 Captioned ABC News WATL Ch. 36 Atlanta (Ind.) 12:30 Gong Show (Jaye P. Morgan, Pat Paulsen, Arte Johnson, pre-empted on Ch. 2) 1 PM For Richer, For Poorer (pre-empted on Ch. 2) 1:30 PTL Club 2:30 Hal Roach Studio Presents 3 PM Bozo's Big Top 3:30 Kids Show 5 PM Entertainment Page 6 PM Sports With Art Collier 7 PM Dinah! (Shirley MacLaine, Jane Wyman, Robert Conrad, Cheryl Tiegs, movie director Herbert Ross, teen-age actor Jeb Adams, Robert Osborne) 8:30 Spotlight (Atlanta Journal sports editor Furman Bisher talks about his book "The Masters") 9 PM WCT Tennis: Caesars Palace Championship--Dick Stockton vs. Ken Rosewall) 10 PM PTL Club 12 M The Lost Jungle (movie serial) 12:20 Movie: "The Stranger" (Orson Welles) WCWB (WMGT) Ch. 41 Macon (NBC) 6 AM PTL Club 7 AM Today 9 AM PTL Club continues 10 AM Sanford And Son

10:30 Hollywood Squares 11 AM Wheel Of Fortune 11:30 Knockout 12 N To Say The Least (Arte Johnson, Peter Marshall, Lee Meriwether, Jo Anne Worley) 12:30 Gong Show 1 PM News 1:15 Noon Over Middle Georgia 1:30 Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 4 PM For Richer, For Poorer 4:30 New Mickey Mouse Club 5 PM The Archies 5:30 Flintstones 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News 7 PM Alias Smith And Jones 8 PM NBC Movie: "The Cops And Robin" 10 PM NBC Reports 11 PM I Dream Of Jeannie 11:30 Tonight Show WTCI Ch. 45 Chattanooga (PBS) 8:40 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 9:10 In-school programs 10 AM Electric Company 10:30 Infinity Factory 11 AM In-school programs 11:30 Sesame Street 12:30 In-school programs 3:30 Lilias, Yoga And You 4 PM Sesame Street 5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 5:30 Electric Company 6 PM Zoom 6:30 Over Easy 7 PM Every Tuesday (newsmagazine) 7:30 MacNeil/Lehrer Report 8 PM National Geographic 9 PM Rudolf Serkin: Master Musician 10 PM Spoleto U.S.A. sign off 11 PM WANX (WGCL) Ch. 46 Atlanta (Ind.) 5:45 News 6 AM Ross Bagley (gospel music) 7 AM Mighty Mouse 7:30 Heckle And Jeckle 8 AM Deputy Dawg 8:30 Batman (Eartha Kitt plays the Catwoman) 9 AM Flipper 9:30 Life Of Riley (I'm sure these are the William Bendix episodes, since Jackie Gleason made

only 26) 10 AM 700 Club 11:30 Practical Christian Living 12 N Acts 29 12:30 Big Valley 1:30 New Zoo Revue 2 PM Huck And Yogi 2:30 Popeye And Porky Pig 3:30 Fred Flintstone & Friends 4 PM Brady Kids 4:30 Superman (animated) 5 PM Perils Of Penelope Pitstop 5:30 Spiderman 6 PM Brady Bunch 6:30 Brady Bunch 7 PM Bonanza 8 PM Sgt. Bilko 8:30 Dick Van Dyke 9 PM 700 Club 10:30 Practical Christian Living 11 PM Holiday In Melodyland 11:30 Rifleman 12 M Best Of Groucho 12:30 News WRIP (WDSI) Ch. 61 Chattanooga (Ind.) 11:30 Valley Of The Dinosaurs 12 N Movie: TBA 1:30 Around The World In 80 Days (animated) 2 PM Movie: "The Goose Steps Out" (a professor who looks like Hitler is sneaked into Germany by the British to get a new secret weapon) 3:30 Bozo's Big Top 4 PM Lidsville 4:30 Mike Douglas (co-hostess Kristy McNichol, Lou Jacobi, Lynn Redgrave, Shirley Hemphill, Dennis Dugan, singer Kacey Cisyk, skier Billy Kidd in the Poconos, a trampoline artist) 6 PM Jim Nabors (Chita Rivera, actress Lisa Mordente, comedian George Miller) 7 PM Quest For Adventure 7:30 Word Of God School 8:30 United Christian Church 9:30 Film 10 PM Miracles Today 10:30 The Solid Rock (religious) Retro: Eastern Virginia Saturday, March 29, 1969 From TV Guide, Eastern Virginia Edition: WTAR (WTKR) Ch. 3 Norfolk (CBS) 6:30 Sunrise Semester: "French Literature"

7 AM Flibbertigibbet 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 East-West College All-Star Basketball Game (live from Indianapolis) 3:30 4-H Action Club (time approximate) 4 PM CBS Golf Classic (defending champions Al Geiberger and Dave Stockton vs. Art Wall Jr. and Charles Coody, the team they beat to win the 1968 championship) 5 PM Joe Foss (hunting and fishing) 5:30 Jonathan Winters (guests: Steve Allen, Louis Nye, Shirley Bassey, Abby Dalton, the King Cousins, delay from Thu 8 PM) 6:30 CBS News (Roger Mudd) 7 PM News, Weather, Sports 7:30 Jackie Gleason (guests: Jack Benny, Robert Goulet, Alan King, Jack Haley) 8:30 My Three Sons 9 PM Hogan's Heroes 9:30 Petticoat Junction 10 PM Mannix 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:25 Tackle Box 11:40 Movie: "Black Widow" WSVA (WHSV) Ch. 3 Harrisonburg (NBC/ABC) 8 AM Super Heroes 8:30 Bullwinkle (ABC, delay from Sun 11 AM, in black and white) 9 AM New Casper Cartoon Show 9:30 Adventures Of Gulliver 10 AM Spider-Man 10:30 Fantastic Voyage 11 AM Journey To The Center Of The Earth 11:30 Fantastic Four 12 N Storybook Squares (Wally Cox, Abby Dalton, Nanette Fabray, Stu Gilliam, Arte Johnson, Carolyn Jones, Soupy Sales, Charley Weaver, Paul Winchell) 12:30 American Bandstand (guests: the Ohio Express) 1:30 Happening (the finals of the amateur band contest; Paul Revere and Mark Lindsay host) 2 PM East-West College All-Star Basketball Game 3:30 Pro Bowlers Tour (New Orleans Lions Open, time approximate) 5 PM Wide World Of Sports (Florida Derby, Sebring 12-hour

Grand Prix of Endurance, NCAA Indoor Swimming Championships-Mark Spitz competed in this) 6:30 Huntley-Brinkley Report 7 PM News, Weather, Sports (still in black and white) 7:30 Dating Game (Marc Copage of "Julia" asks the questions for his dad, actor John Copage) 8 PM Newlywed Game 8:30 Lawrence Welk (musical travels with an international flavor) 9:30 Hollywood Palace (hosts Sid Caesar and Imogene Coca; Edie Adams, Buddy Rich, Gladys Knight and the Pips, comic Gene Baylos, Irish singer Brendan Hanlon, low-wire ballerina Nina Logatsheva from the Moscow State Circus) 10:30 Movie: "Once More, With Feeling!" WTVR Ch. 6 Richmond (CBS) 7 AM Sunrise Semester: "English Literature" 7:30 Sooper Dog 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 Skippy The Bush Kangaroo 2:30 Movie: "Chartroose Caboose" (watch for Edgar Buchanan in this one from '60) 4 PM CBS Golf Classic 5 PM Wrestling (from Raleigh) 6 PM 21st Century (the harm we're doing to the environment, delay from Sun 6 PM) 6:30 CBS News 7 PM News, Weather, Sports 7:30 Jackie Gleason 8:30 My Three Sons 9 PM Hogan's Heroes 9:30 Petticoat Junction 10 PM Mannix 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Movie: "The Mole People" (this is not "Superman And The Mole Men," but watch for Hugh Beaumont, a year before "Leave It To Beaver") WXEX (WRIC) Ch. 8 Richmond-Petersburg (ABC) 7 AM Big Picture 7:30 Herald Of Truth 8 AM 4-H Action Club 8:30 Fort Lee Highlights 8:45 College Round-Up 9 AM New Casper Cartoon Show 9:30 Adventures Of Gulliver

10 AM Spider-Man 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 East-West College All-Star Basketball Game 3:30 Pro Bowlers Tour (time approximate) 5 PM Wide World Of Sports 6:30 Stoneman Family 7 PM Wilburn Brothers 7:30 Dating Game 8 PM Newlywed Game 8:30 Lawrence Welk 9:30 Hollywood Palace 10:30 Tom Jones (guests: Chet Atkins, Barbara Eden, Rich Little, Jerry Lee Lewis, singer Salena Jones-no relation to Tom AFAIK, delay from Fri 7:30) 11:30 87th Precinct 12:30 ABC News (anchor not given) WAVY Ch. 10 Norfolk (NBC) 7 AM Farm Show 7:30 Movie: "Son Of Samson" 9 AM Super 6 9:30 Top Cat 10 AM Flintstones 10:30 Banana Splits (something similar to a classic "Candid Camera" sequence filmed in Pittsburgh: a St. Louis cop directs traffic to a rock beat) 11:30 Underdog 12 N Storybook Squares 12:30 Untamed World 1 PM Championship Bowling (Glenn Allison and Bob Cooper vs. Earl Johnson and Joe Joseph) 1:30 News, Weather, Sports (and I always thought WXIA pioneered the midday weekend newscast) 2 PM Movie: "The Avenger" (not Patrick Macnee and Diana Rigg, nor Woody Allen's fictional counterpart in "Radio Days"'s favorite character, the Masked Avenger--this is from West Germany in '60) 4 PM Wrestling (from Raleigh) 5 PM Golf: National Airlines Open from Miami (third round) 6 PM Disc-O-Ten 6:30 Huntley-Brinkley Report 7 PM News, Weather, Sports 7:30 Adam-12 8 PM Get Smart 8:30 Ghost And Mrs. Muir 9 PM Movie: "Fail Safe" 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Joe Pyne (topics: drug laws, hippies, and money) 1 AM News, Weather, Sports WWBT Ch. 12 Richmond (NBC)

5:30 Insight 6 AM Bible Telecollege 7 AM Lessons For Living 7:30 Sailor Bob 9:30 Superman (George Reeves) 10 AM Flintstones 10:30 Banana Splits 11:30 Underdog 12 N Storybook Squares 12:30 Movie: "Crash Landing" (watch for Nancy Davis, aka Mrs. Ronald Reagan, in this one from '58) 2 PM Your Income Tax (representatives from the Richmond IRS office answer viewers' questions about their income taxes) 3 PM Bill Anderson (guest: Margie Bowes) 3:30 Movie: "Panic In The Streets" (watch for Miss Ellie, Barbara Bel Geddes, in this one from '50) 5 PM Golf: National Airlines Open (third round) 6 PM Perry Mason 7 PM Huntley-Brinkley Report 7:30 Adam-12 8 PM Get Smart 8:30 Ghost And Mrs. Muir 9 PM NBC Movie: "The Ride To Hangman's Tree" 11 PM Movie: "Family Honeymoon" (Fred MacMurray is in this one from '48) WVEC Ch. 13 Norfolk (ABC) 7 AM Bible Telecollege 8 AM Troy Time (this was after I left Norfolk and have no idea what it is) 8:30 Animal Fair (a longtime Hampton Roads institution, first on Ch. 3, then on Ch. 13) 9 AM New Casper Cartoon Show 9:30 Adventures Of Gulliver 10 AM Spider-Man 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 Movie: "Journey To The Center Of Time" 3:30 Pro Bowlers Tour 5 PM Wide World Of Sports 6:30 Outer Limits 7:30 Dating Game 8 PM Newlywed Game 8:30 Lawrence Welk 9:30 Hollywood Palace 10:30 News, Weather, Sports 11 PM ABC News 11:15 Movie: "Badman's Country" 12:35 Alcoholics Anonymous

WHRO Ch. 15 Norfolk (NET) off air on Saturday WCVE Ch. 23 Richmond (NET) off air on Saturday Retro: St. Louis, Missouri Monday February 13, 1984 For this, my 100th post, I will post the schedule for the day before Valentine's Day 1984. The reason being that on that day aired the 2nd part of a three-part miniseries called "Celebrity". Monday 2/13/1984 Source: TV Guide-St. Louis edition (note: this does not include the listings for KNLC Channel 24) (cc)= closed captioned (r)= repeat (s)= interpreted in sign language KTVI-TV Channel 2 (ABC) 5:50am Sign on 5:55am A Thought for Today 6:00am Romper Room & Friends 6:30am ABC World News This Morning (Bell/Sullivan) 7:00am Good Morning America Scheduled: Donald Sutherland and Roger Daltrey. Also; a week-long series with Julia Child. 9:00am Woman to Woman Topic: social diseases. 10:00am The New Newlywed Game 10:30am Loving 11:00am Family Feud 11:30am Ryans Hope 12:00pm All My Children 1:00pm One Life to Live 2:00pm General Hospital 3:00pm The Waltons 4:00pm The Jeffersons (cc) 4:30pm Barney Miller 5:00pm Channel 2 News at 5:00 (Marsh/Keefer/Yaros/Rzeppa) 5:30pm ABC World News Tonight (cc) 6:00pm Channel 2 News at 6:00 (Hindrew/Conners/Yaros/Rzeppa) 6:30pm PM Magazine 7:00pm XIV Winter Olympic Games Scheduled events include alpine skiing, (womens giant slalom), ice hockey (U.S. vs. Austria), speed skating, cross-country skiing and mens figure skating. 10:00pm Channel 2 News at 10:00 (Hindrew/Conners/Yaros/Rzeppa) 10:30pm M*A*S*H 11:00pm XIV Winter Olympic Games Update 11:30pm Nightline 12:00am Mission: Impossible 1:00am Channel 2 News at 10:00 (repeat) 1:30am Face to Face 2:00am A Thought for Today 2:05am Sign off

KMOX-TV Channel 4 (CBS) 5:00am Give Us This Day 5:05am Good Morning Headlines 5:20am Country Way 5:30am The People Speak Elections-Why You Vote the Way You Do 6:00am Straight Talk with Barry Shapiro 6:30am CBS Early Morning News (Kurtis/Sawyer) 7:00am CBS Morning News (Kurtis/Sawyer) 9:00am The New $25,000 Pyramid 9:30am Press Your Luck 10:00am The Price is Right 11:00am The Young and the Restless 12:00pm Tattletales 12:30pm As The World Turns 1:30pm Capitol 2:00pm Guiding Light 3:00pm Barnaby Jones 4:00pm Quincy 5:00pm Newsroom 5:00 Report (Faubion/Schiff/Raymand) 5:30pm CBS Evening News 6:00pm Newsroom 6:00 Report (Hunter/Schiff/Raymand/Dierdorf) 6:30pm Family Feud 7:00pm Scarecrow and Mrs. King 8:00pm AfterMASH 8:30pm Newhart 9:00pm Emerald Point N.A.S. 10:00pm Newsroom Tonight (Hunter/Schiff/Raymand/Dierdorf) 10:30pm CBS Late Night: Hart to Hart 11:40pm CBS Late Night Movie: Columbo 1:00am CBS News Nightwatch (until 5:00am) KSDK-TV Channel 5 (NBC) 5:25am Sign on 5:30am AgDay 6:00am NBC News at Sunrise (John Dancy) 6:30am Today in St. Louis (Blome/Petrovich) 7:00am Today (Gumbel/Chung) 9:00am Donahue His guests are the NFLs all time rushing leader Jim Brown and his nearest rivals Franco Harris and Walter Payton 10:00am In Touch with Sally Jesse Raphael (locally produced at KSDK, this talk show was later syndicated nationally) 10:30am Dream House 11:00am Hot Potato 11:30am Wheel of Fortune 12:00pm Channel 5 Eyewitness News at Noon (Blome/Petrovich) 12:30pm Days of Our Lives 1:30pm Another World 2:30pm Love Connection 3:00pm Hour Magazine 4:00pm The Peoples Court 4:30pm Entertainment Tonight 5:00pm Five on 5 (Ford/Blome/Richards) 5:30pm NBC Nightly News 6:00pm Channel 5 Eyewitness News at 6:00 (Stovall/Foss/Richards/Randolph) 6:30pm Wheel of Fortune (syndicated version)

7:00pm TVs Bloopers and Practical Jokes 8:00pm NBC Monday Night at the Movies Celebrity (1984, mini-series) (part 2 of 3) (cc) 10:00pm Channel 5 Eyewitness News Update (Ford/Foss/Richards/Randolph) 10:30pm The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson 11:30pm Late Night with David Letterman 12:30am Medical Center 1:30am Channel 5 Eyewitness News Update (repeat) 2:00am Sign off KETC-TV Channel 9 (PBS) 6:40am Sign on 6:45am A.M. Weather 7:00am Lilias, Yogas and You 7:30am Mister Rogers Neighborhood 8:00am Sesame Street (cc) 9:00am The Electric Company 9:30am The Letter People (long-running kids show produced locally by Channel 9 and syndicated to public TV stations across North America) 10:00am Mister Rogers Neighborhood 10:30am 3-2-1 Contact (cc) 11:00am Spaces 11:30am Sesame Street (cc) 12:30pm Crafts n Things 1:00pm House for All Seasons (cc) 1:30pm Gourmet Cooking 2:00pm Nature (cc) 3:00pm Sesame Street (cc) 4:00pm Mister Rogers Neighborhood 4:30pm The Electric Company 5:00pm Sesame Street (cc) 6:00pm The MacNeil/Lehrer Newshour 7:00pm Mystery! Reilly: Ace of Spies (part 4) 8:00pm Great Performances A Choreographers Notebook: Stravinsky Piano Ballets 9:00pm St. Louis Skyline 9:30pm Mays Miracle A 1982 profile of 29-year-old Leslie Lemke, a mentally handicapped cerebral palsy victim. 10:00pm Nightly Business Report Guest commentator: Alan Greenspan. 10:30pm Leave it to Beaver 10:55pm Latenight America 11:55pm Sign off KPLR-TV Channel 11 (Independent) 5:00am The Last Picture Show contd 5:25am Sign on 5:30am The Muppet Show 6:00am NewsWatch 6:30am The Lone Ranger 7:00am Tom & Jerry 7:30am Popeye 8:00am Bugs Bunny and Friends 8:30am Scooby Doo, Where Are You? 9:00am :20 Minute Workout 9:30am Please Dont Eat the Daisies 10:00am Laverne & Shirley 10:30am Hogans Heroes

11:00am Harry O 12:00pm All in the Family 12:30pm The 12:30 Movie Before and After (1979, TVM) 2:30pm Woody Woodpecker 3:00pm Bugs Bunny and Friends 3:30pm He-Man and the Masters of the Universe 4:00pm CHiPs 5:00pm Little House: A New Beginning 6:00pm One Day at a Time 6:30pm Soap 7:00pm Super Movie Silver Streak (1976) 9:00pm The Jokers Wild 9:30pm NewsWatch (Clark/Rees/Buck/Sloane) 10:00pm WKRP in Cincinnati 10:30pm The Big Movie Flying Tigers (1942) 12:40am Night Owl Theatre The Island of Dr. Moreau (1977) 2:40am Music Magazine 3:10am The Last Picture Show The Passionate Thief (1960) (TVG listed this as running 50 minutes; the actual running time was 104 minutes) WCEE-TV Channel 13 (Independent) Mount Vernon, Illinois 5:50am Sign on 5:55am Daybreak 6:00am Derins Coffee Shop 6:30am AgDay 7:00am He-Man and the Masters of the Universe 7:30am Uncle Waldo 8:00am Tennessee Tuxedo 8:30am Underdog 9:00am Woman to Woman 10:00am Jim Bakker 11:00am Jimmy Swaggart 11:30am That Girl 12:00pm The Fugitive 1:00pm The 700 Club 2:00pm Merv Griffin 3:00pm Bullwinkle 3:30pm Rocky and Friends 4:00pm He-Man and the Masters of the Universe 4:30pm Bewitched 5:00pm CHiPs 6:00pm Vega$ 7:00pm College Basketball: Boston College-St. Johns 9:00pm C13 News Tonight 9:30pm INN News (Bosh/Harper) 10:00pm Thicke of the Night Scheduled guests: comedian Arsenio Hall, entertainment columnist R. Couri Hay. 11:30pm News 12:00am CNN Headline News 12:30am Sign off KDNL-TV Channel 30 (Independent) 5:00am CNN Headline News 6:00am CNN Headline News 6:30am Morning Stretch 7:00am Jim Bakker

8:00am The 700 Club 9:30am Jimmy Swaggart 10:00am The Facts of Life (NBC) 10:30am Family 11:30am Perry Mason 12:30pm Match Game-Hollywood Squares (NBC, probably delayed from Friday 2pm CST) 1:30pm Sale of the Century (NBC) 2:00pm I Love Lucy 2:30pm Superfriends 3:00pm Inspector Gadget 3:30pm The Brady Bunch 4:00pm Whats Happening!! 4:30pm Mork & Mindy 5:00pm Good Times 5:30pm Sanford and Son 6:00pm Happy Days Again 6:30pm Andy Griffith 7:00pm The Misadventures of Sheriff Lobo 8:00pm Hawaii Five-O 9:00pm Fantasy Island 10:00pm Sanford and Son 10:30pm Rowan and Martins Laugh-In 11:00pm I Love Lucy 11:30pm Thicke of the Night (same as Channel 13) 1:00am All Night at the Movies House of Cards (1968) 3:00am All Night at the Movies The Movie Murderer (1970, TVM) (until 5:00am) Chicago, Illinois WGN-TV Channel 9 (Independent) 5:00am Chico and the Man 5:30am Faith 20 6:00am Top o the Morning 6:30am The Muppet Show 7:00am Bozos Circus 8:30am The Beverly Hillbillies 9:00am WGN Morning Movie The Perils of Pauline (1967) 11:00am Family 12:00pm Newscope 1:00pm Rhoda 1:30pm Andy Griffith 2:00pm I Dream of Jeannie 2:30pm Alvin and the Chipmunks 3:00pm Superfriends 3:30pm Scooby Doo, Where Are You? 4:00pm Charlies Angels 5:00pm One Day at a Time 5:30pm WKRP in Cincinnati 6:00pm Barney Miller 6:30pm The Jeffersons 7:00pm Solid Gold 8:00pm Salute 9:00pm The Nine OClock News (Drury/Cannon/Skilling/Hilton) 9:30pm INN News (Bosh/Harper) 10:00pm Soap 10:30pm The Love Boat 11:30pm WGN Presents Northwest Passage (1940)

2:00am INN News (Bosh/Harper) 2:30am Rowan and Martins Laugh-In 3:00am The Late Movie Follow the Leader (1944) (until 5:00am) Atlanta, Georgia WTBS-TV Channel 17 (Independent) 5:00am CNN Headline News 6:00am Superstation Funtime 6:35am I Dream of Jeannie 7:05am Bewitched 7:35am I Love Lucy 8:05am TBS Morning Movie Footsteps in the Dark (1941) 10:05am The Caitlins 10:35am Texas 11:05am Perry Mason 12:05pm Superstation Matinee Six Bridges to Cross (1955) (This movie was reportedly the first film inspired by the infamous 1950 Brinks robbery in Boston, a heist dubbed the Crime of the Century). 2:05pm The Flintstones 2:35pm Battle of the Planets 3:05pm The Munsters 3:35pm Leave it to Beaver 4:05pm Little House on the Prairie 5:05pm Andy Griffith 5:35pm Carol Burnett and Friends 6:05pm Hogans Heroes 6:35pm Sanford and Son 7:05pm TBS Monday Night Movie A Man Called Horse (1970) 9:30pm TBS Evening News (for some reason TV Guide listed this as running 90 minutes) 11:05pm TBS Theatre Late Night The Strange Love of Martha Ivers (1946) 1:35am TBS Theatre Late Night The Boy with Green Hair (1948) 3:15am The Rat Patrol 3:45am World at Large 4:00am Church Service 4:30am Jimmy Swaggart KDNL-TV Channel 30 (Independent) 10:00am The Facts of Life (NBC) 10:30am Family 11:30am Perry Mason 12:30pm Match Game-Hollywood Squares (NBC, probably delayed from Friday 2pm CST) 1:30pm Sale of the Century (NBC)

Two strange things here--dueling NBC shows from 12:30-2:00. Also, Channel 30 passed on "Search for Tomorrow." These aformentioned shows were preempted from KSDK's daytime lineup around that time. As for SFT, Channel 30 carried it around 1982-83 at 11:30am. BY the way, in the summer of 1984, the Match Game-Hollywood Squares hour would later be replaced by the daytime drama Santa Barbara. And in much the same way, it would end up on Channel 30's daytime lineup in the mid-1980s before KSDK began carrying SB for the remainder of its run.

Retro: St. Louis, Missouri Sunday February 12, 1984 Sunday 2/12/1984 Source: TV Guide-St. Louis edition (note: this does not include the listings for KNLC Channel 24) (cc)= closed captioned (r)= repeat (s)= interpreted in sign language KTVI-TV Channel 2 (ABC) 6:35am Sign on 6:40am A Thought for Today 6:45am Directions 7:15am Gods Musical World 7:45am Message of the Rabbi 8:15am Church Service (The TV supplement of both the Post-Dispatch and Globe-Democrat listed it as Catholic Mass) 9:00am Oral Roberts 9:30am Robert Schuller (cc) 10:30am This Week with David Brinkley 11:30am Face to Face 12:00pm Perception 12:30pm Expression 1:00pm XIV Winter Olympic Games Scheduled: pairs figure skating, ice dancing, speed skating, ski jumping, luge, cross-country, skiing, and Nordic combined. 3:30pm Wide World of Sports World Weightlifting Championship, taped in Moscow. 5:00pm Channel 2 News Weekend Report (Johnson/Ruschel/Busby/Gizinski) 5:30pm Turnabout (Bonita Cornute) 6:00pm XIV Winter Olympic Games Scheduled: pairs figure skating, ice dancing, speed skating, ski jumping, luge, cross-country, skiing, and Nordic combined. 10:00pm Channel 2 News Weekend Report (Johnson/Ruschel/Busby/Gizinski) 10:30pm Barney Miller 11:00pm XIV Winter Olympic Games Update 11:30pm Sunday Super Movie Bob and Carol and Ted and Alice (1969) 1:35am ABC News Weekend Report (Tom Jarriel) 1:50am Channel 2 News Weekend Report (repeat) 2:20am Turnabout (repeat) 2:50am A Thought for Today 2:55am Sign off KMOX-TV Channel 4 (CBS) 5:00am The Bijou Picture Show contd 6:00am The People Speak U.S. Soviet Relations: Fears and Hopes 7:30am Eye on St. Louis (Ollie Raymand) 8:00am CBS News Sunday Morning (Charles Kuralt) 9:30am Face the Nation 10:00am Confluence 11:00am At the Movies with Siskel & Ebert 11:30am Golden Link 12:00pm Body Power

12:30pm Sports Attic 1:00pm CBS Sports Sunday: Track and Field Vitalis Olympic Invitational Indoor Meet, in East Rutherford, N.J. 2:00pm CBS Sports Sunday: Auto Racing (live) Busch Clash, from Daytona Beach, Florida 2:30pm NBA Basketball: Philadelphia-Boston (live) 5:00pm CBS Evening News (Morton Dean) 5:30pm Sunday Newsroom Report (Betsy Bruce) 6:00pm 60 Minutes 7:00pm The Four Seasons 7:30pm One Day at a Time 8:00pm The Jeffersons 8:30pm Alice 9:00pm Trapper John, M.D. 10:00pm CBS Sunday Night News (Charles Osgood) 10:15pm Sunday Newsroom Report (Betsy Bruce) 10:30pm Sports Wrap-Up 10:45pm Road to Los Angeles 11:45pm The Bijou Picture Show Wheeler and Murdoch (1972, TVM) 1:00am CBS News Nightwatch (until 5:00am) KSDK-TV Channel 5 (NBC) 5:55am Sign on 6:00am Gospel Singing Jubilee 6:30am Lester Family 7:00am Jimmy Swaggart 8:00am Kenneth Copeland 9:00am Jerry Savelle 9:30am Marilyn Hickey 10:00am Metro Journal 11:00am Tele Quiz 5 11:30pm Meet the Press 12:00pm NCAA Basketball: UNC-Arkansas (live) 2:00pm NBC Sportsworld: World Professional Figure Skating Championships (from Landover, Maryland) 3:30pm Golf: Hawaiian Open (live) 5:30pm Channel 5 Eyewitness News Weekend Report 6:00pm I Love the Chipmunks Valentine Special 6:30pm The Berenstain Bears Comic Valentine (cc) 7:00pm Knight Rider 8:00pm NBC Sunday Night at the Movies Celebrity (1984, TVM) (part 1) (cc) 10:30pm Channel 5 Eyewitness News Update (Stovall/Condon) 11:00pm Bonanza 12:00am Rhoda 12:30pm Its Your Business 1:00am Metro Journal 2:00am Channel 5 Eyewitness News Update (repeat) 2:30am Sign off KETC-TV Channel 9 (PBS) 7:55am Sign on 8:00am Sesame Street (cc) 9:00am Mister Rogers Neighborhood 9:30am The Electric Company 10:00am Rebop 10:30am Supersoccer

11:30pm The McLaughlin Group 12:00pm Washington Week in Review 12:30pm Wall Street Week with Louis Rukeyser 1:00pm Money Show 1:30pm International Report 2:00pm Your Tax Return: 1984 4:00pm Masterpiece Theatre The Irish R.M. (Part 2) (cc) 5:00pm Sesame Street (cc) 6:00pm Austin City Limits 7:00pm Nature Big Business in Bees (cc) 8:00pm National Geographic Love Those Trains (cc) 9:00pm Masterpiece Theatre The Irish R.M. (Part 3) (cc) 10:00pm Sneak Previews 10:30pm Dr. Who Deadly Assassin 12:30am Sign off KPLR-TV Channel 11 (Independent) 5:25am Sign on 5:30am NewsWatch 6:00am Think About Tomorrow 6:30am Rev. Cleophus Robinson 7:00am Jerry Falwell (s) 8:00am Tom & Jerry 8:30am The Pink Panther 9:00am Tarzan 10:00am CHiPs 11:00am Wrestling 12:00pm Sunday Movie One Midway (1976) 3:30pm Sunday Movie Two Three Days of the Condor (1975) 6:00pm Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous 8:00pm Charlies Angels 9:00pm NewsWatch (Eckert/Edwards) 9:30pm Think About Tomorrow 10:00pm Rex Humbard 10:30pm The World Tomorrow with Herbert W. Armstrong 11:00pm Metro Soul 12:00am This is Your Life 12:30am Music Magazine 1:00am Black Music Magazine 1:30am Night Owl Theatre The Revolt of Mamie Stover (1956) 3:30am The Last Picture Show The Road to Glory (1936) (until 5:00am) WCEE-TV Channel 13 (Independent) Mount Vernon, Illinois 5:55am Sign on 6:00am Jim Bakker 7:00am Jimmy Swaggart 8:00am Jerry Falwell (s) 9:00am Day of Discovery 9:30am Amazing Grace 10:00am Jim Whittington 10:30am W.V. Grant, Jr. 11:00am Oral Roberts 11:30pm Larry Jones 12:00pm Superchargers (TVG mistakenly listed this as Superchagers) 12:30pm At the Movies with Siskel & Ebert 1:00pm Movie The Domino Principle (1977)

3:00pm NCAA Basketball: LSU-Mississippi (live) 5:00pm Hardy Boys/Nancy Drew 6:00pm Lawrence Welk 7:00pm Fame 8:00pm Star Search 9:00pm In Touch Ministries 10:00pm Movie Baffled! (1972, TVM) 12:00am The Jokes On Us 12:30am Road to Los Angeles 1:30am Sign off KDNL-TV Channel 30 (Independent) 5:00am All Night at the Movies contd 6:00am CNN Headline News 6:30am MD TV 7:00am Robers Schuller (cc) 7:30am W.V. Grant, Jr. 8:00am Jimmy Swaggart 9:00am Day of Discovery 9:30am The Rat Patrol 10:00am Wrestling 11:00am Sunday Cinema I Cool Hand Luke (1967) 1:30pm Sunday Cinema II Bullitt (1967) 3:45pm Sunday Cinema III Coogans Bluff (1968) 5:00pm Buck Rogers 6:00pm Star Trek 7:00pm Switch 8:00pm Lawrence Welk 9:00pm Music City, U.S.A. 9:30pm Pop Goes the Country 10:00pm This Week in Country Music 10:30pm Carter Country 11:00pm Ethiopia Report 12:00am This Week in Hockey 12:30am Sign off Chicago, Illinois WGN-TV Channel 9 (Independent) 5:00am Variety Club Telethon (continued from the night before) 6:00pm Tennis: Virginia Slims of Chicago tournament finals 8:00pm The Odd Couple 8:30pm Fish 9:00pm The Nine OClock News (Roderick/Jordan) 9:30pm INN News (Ted OBrien) 10:00pm The Twilight Zone 10:30pm Lou Grant 11:30pm WGN Presents Vera Cruz (1954) 1:30am At the Movies with Siskel & Ebert 2:00am INN News (Ted OBrien) 2:30am Sergeant Bilko 3:00am Dennis the Menace 3:30am The Late Movie Bowery Battalion (1951) (until 5:00am) Atlanta, Georgia WTBS-TV Channel 17 (Independent) 5:00am CNN Headline News

6:00am The World Tomorrow with Herbert W. Armstrong 6:30am It Is Written with George Vandeman 7:00am Cartoon Carnival 7:35am Starcade 8:05am Leave It To Beaver 8:35am Andy Griffith 9:05am Good News 9:35am Superstation Matinee MacKennas Gold (1969) 12:20pm Superstation Matinee Harper Valley, P.T.A. (1978, TVM) 2:20pm Superstation Matinee To Hell and Back (1955) 4:35pm The Tumbling Walls: Then and Now 5:35pm Wild, Wild World of Animals 6:05pm Wrestling 7:05pm TBS Sunday Night Movie Flying Leathernecks (1951) 9:05pm Sports Page 9:35pm Oral Roberts 10:05pm Jerry Falwell (s) 11:05pm Open Up 12:05am TBS Theatre Late Night Romeo and Juliet (1969) 3:00am The Americans 4:00am Its Your Business 4:30am Jimmy Swaggart Retro: North Georgia Sunday, March 26, 1978 By request, from TV Guide, North Georgia Edition: WSB Ch. 2 Atlanta (NBC) 6:30 Light Unto My Path 7 AM Jerry Falwell 8 AM Gospel Singing Jubilee (the Florida Boys, the Dixie Echoes, the Hinsons, Rex Nelon) 9 AM Oral Roberts 9:30 Tony Brown's Journal 10 AM Sound Of Youth 10:30 Outdoors With Julius Boros 11 AM Peachtree Presbyterian Church 12 N News 12:30 Meet The Press 1 PM Movie: "Diary Of A Madman" 3 PM Movie: "Journey To The Far Side Of The Sun" 5 PM The FBI 6 PM News 6:30 Sunday News Conference 7 PM Wonderful World Of Disney: "Mixed Nuts," four Chip 'n' Dale cartoons 8 PM Project U.F.O. 9 PM Tribute To "Mr. Television" Milton Berle (clips from "Texaco Star Theater," Berle's dramatic appearance in "Doyle Against The House," which won him an Emmy nomination in 1961, guests Bob Hope, Johnny Carson, Kirk Douglas, Frank Sinatra, Flip Wilson (as Geraldine), Lucille Ball, Don Rickles, Marlo Thomas, Angie Dickinson, Joey Bishop, Gregory Peck)

10 PM The Second Annual Hollywood Out-Takes (George Burns and Hollywood columnist Marilyn Beck show outtakes from many 1977 movies) 11 PM News 11:30 Movie: "The Ballad Of Josie" 1:30 News WRCB Ch. 3 Chattanooga (NBC) 6:30 Gospel Singing Jubilee 7 AM Ernest Angley 8 AM Dr. E.J. Daniels Presents Happiness Is 8:30 Rex Humbard 9:30 Day Of Discovery 10 AM Oral Roberts 10:30 It Is Written 11 AM Faith For Today 11:30 Jaycee Question Of The Week 12 N Basic Black (discussion) 12:30 Meet The Press 1 PM People And Issues (the ERA, same program that aired Sat 7:30 PM on Ch. 9) 1:30 Good News 2 PM Ironside 3 PM Fishing With Roland Martin 3:30 Championship Fishing 4 PM Sportsworld (Golden Gloves Association of America Tournament of Champions, AIAW Women's College Basketball Championship, World Invitational Aerial Acrobatic Skiing Championship, part 2) 6 PM Outdoors With Julius Boros 6:30 Wild Kingdom 7 PM Wonderful World Of Disney 8 PM Project U.F.O. 9 PM Tribute To "Mr. Television" Milton Berle 10 PM Second Annual Hollywood Out-Takes 11 PM News 11:30 700 Club 1 AM For You...Black Woman WAGA Ch. 5 Atlanta (CBS) 6 AM Video College 6:30 Camera Three (a program about eggs, as a holiday symbol and some recipes for egg-based dishes, delay from 11 AM) 7 AM Medix (natural childbirth) 7:30 Day Of Discovery 8 AM Latin Atlanta '78 8:30 Ebenezer Baptist Church 9 AM Movie: "The Harness" (Lorne Greene as an aging farmer at a crossroads point in life, from '71) 11 PM Grace Methodist Church 12 N News 12:30 Face The Nation 1 PM Georgians Speak

1:30 House Call (discussion of medical malpractice) 2 PM Movie: "Cry Of The Penguins" 4 PM Golf: Sea Pines Heritage Classic (final round, time approximate after CBS's NBA game, which Ch. 5 pre-empted) 6 PM News (time approximate) 6:30 CBS News (Morton Dean) 7 PM CBS Movie Special: "The Wizard Of Oz" 9 PM CBS: On The Air (Walter Cronkite and Mary Tyler Moore host a seven-night 50th-anniversary show, with each night devoted to the classic shows that aired on that night; included tonight are Ed Sullivan, Jack Benny, Lassie, "Candid Camera," "The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour," "You Are There," "My Favorite Martian," "Alfred Hitchcock Presents," "All In The Family" (then airing on Sunday), Ann Sothern's "Private Secretary," World War II broadcasts by Edward R. Murrow) 11 PM News 11:30 CBS News (Ed Bradley) 11:45 M*A*S*H 12:25 CBS Movie: "This Is The West That Was" (I'm guessing that these two were delayed from Friday 11:30 PM) 1:55 News WGTV Ch. 8 Athens/Atlanta (PBS) 12 N Sesame Street 1 PM Sound Of Youth 1:30 Music And The Spoken Word 2 PM Bees And Honey 2:30 Let Your Kid Out 3 PM Advanced Banjo 3:30 University Of Georgia Lectures 4 PM Nova ("The Mind Machines," about computer technology) 5 PM Stitch-A-Long 5:30 Black Perspective On The News 6 PM Daktari (yes, the former CBS show) 7 PM Vegetarian Kitchen 7:30 Untamed World 8 PM Previn And The Pittsburgh (a program of movie themes, with Andre Previn conducting the Pittsburgh Symphony) 9 PM Anna Karenina (Part 8) 10 PM Napoleon In Love (he divorces Josephine and plans to marry Maria-Luisa, daughter of the Austrian emperor) sign off 11 PM WTVC Ch. 9 Chattanooga (ABC) 7 AM PTL Club 8 AM Call Of Calvary 8:30 Today's Living 9 AM Mull's Singing Convention 10 AM Jerry Falwell 11 AM Church Service (this may be Hixson Baptist, but I'm not that familiar with Chattanooga) 12 N Directions (expands to an hour for a program of Renaissance art, pre-empts "Issues And Answers")

1 PM Know Your Bible 1:30 Forum Nine 2 PM World Superstars (Bob Seagren (U.S.), 1978 "Superstars" winner Wayne Grimditch (U.S.), Franz Klammer (Austria), rugby star Keith Fielding (Great Britain), squash champion Geoff Hunt (Australia), race driver Jochen Mass (West Germany)) 3:15 Big Valley 4:15 Howard Cosell's Sports Magazine 4:30 Wide World Of Sports (USAC's California 200, live) 6 PM Star Trek 7 PM Hardy Boys 8 PM How The West Was Won 9 PM ABC Movie: "SST Disaster In The Sky" 11 PM ABC News (Sylvia Chase/Tom Jarriel) 11:15 Bill Dance Outdoors 11:45 Big Valley WXIA 11 Alive Atlanta (ABC) 6 AM Adventures In Living 6:30 11 Alive Newsmakers (rerun of the previous Sunday's program) 7 AM Jimmy Swaggart 7:30 Rex Humbard 8:30 Chapel Hour 9 AM Robert Schuller 10 AM Revival Of America 10:30 Changed Lives 11 AM Roswell Street Baptist Church 12 N 11 Alive Newsmakers (expanded edition discusses MARTA, Atlanta's rapid-transit system) 1 PM For You...Black Woman 1:30 Ebony Journal 2 PM World Superstars 3:15 U.S. vs. The World In Amateur Boxing (U.S. vs. Ireland) 4:15 Howard Cosell's Sports Magazine 4:30 Wide World Of Sports 6 PM News 6:30 Michaels: One On One (11 Alive's then-anchor Dave Michaels) 7 PM Hardy Boys 8 PM How The West Was Won 9 PM ABC Movie: "SST Disaster In The Sky" 11 PM News 11:30 Contact 11 (live discussion of taxes) 1 AM ABC News WDEF Ch. 12 Chattanooga (CBS) 6:20 Farm Digest 6:30 Public Policy Forums 7:30 Bread Of Life 8 AM Rev. Leroy Jenkins 8:30 Moment Of Truth (religious) 9 AM Jimmy Swaggart 9:30 Bible Herald Hour 10 AM Robert Schuller

11 AM Hear And Now (religious) 11:30 Church Service (undetermined Methodist church) 12 N Face The Nation 12:30 People And Issues (the ERA, same as Sat 7:30 PM on Ch. 9) 1 PM Challenge Of The Sexes: Sue Pirtle vs. Sandy Kirby (rodeo), Kelly O'Brien vs. Carl Steinfeldt (horseshoes), Joan Lincoln vs. Frank Bare II (skiing) 1:45 NBA Basketball: Trail Blazers-76ers 4 PM Golf: Sea Pines Heritage Classic (final round, time approximate) 6 PM Talk Of The Town (time approximate and not to be confused with WTVF's daytime show of the same name) 6:30 CBS News 7 PM CBS Movie Special: "The Wizard Of Oz" 9 PM CBS: On The Air 11 PM News 11:30 Movie: "I Walk Alone" WMAZ Ch. 13 Macon (CBS) 7 AM Good News 7:30 Day Of Discovery 8 AM Silver Bells (this was a weekly gospel music program, nothing to do with the Christmas song) 8:30 Trebles (gospel group) 9 AM Jerry Falwell 10 AM Gospel Singing Jubilee (the Speers, the Dixie Echoes, the Inspirations, the Hinsons, the Florida Boys) 11 AM Mabel White Baptist Church 12 N Face The Nation 12:30 Image 13 12:45 Better Living 1 PM Challenge Of The Sexes 1:45 NBA Basketball: Trail Blazers-76ers 4 PM Golf: Sea Pines Heritage Classic (final round, time approximate) 6 PM Close-Up (time approximate) 6:30 CBS News 7 PM CBS Movie Special: "The Wizard Of Oz" 9 PM CBS: On The Air 11 PM CBS News 11:15 Robins Report (probably Warner Robins AFB) 11:20 Movie: "The Courtship Of Eddie's Father" WDCO Ch. 15 (WMUM Ch. 29) Cochran/ WCLP (WNGH) Ch. 18 Chatsworth (PBS) 8 AM Sesame Street 9 AM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 9:30 Zoom 10 AM Sesame Street 11 AM Infinity Factory 11:30 Studio See 12 N Rebop 12:30 Turnabout (newsmagazine) 1 PM Washington Week In Review 1:30 Wall Street Week

2 PM Paint Along With Nancy Kominsky 2:30 Anyone For Tennyson? 3 PM Consumer Survival Kit 3:30 Wodehouse Playhouse 4 PM Black Perspective On The News 4:30 Job Man Caravan 5 PM TBA 6 PM Crockett's Victory Garden 6:30 French Chef 7 PM Forsyte Saga 8 PM Previn And The Pittsburgh 9 PM Anna Karenina (Part 8) 10 PM Nova ("The Mind Machines" sign off 11 PM WTCG (WPCH) Ch. 17 Atlanta (Ind.) 5 AM World At Large 5:30 Ag-U.S.A. 6 AM Public Policy Forums (energy policy as a possible battleground among the states) 7 AM Cry In The Wilderness 7:30 Garner Ted Armstrong 8 AM Three Stooges And Friends 9 AM Lost In Space 10 AM Hazel 10:30 Movie: "Francis Of Assisi" 12:30 Wanted: Dead Or Alive 1 PM Coaches All-America College Basketball Game (live) 3 PM Movie: "The Robe" (time approximate--Note: "Demetrius And The Gladiators," 11 Alive's late movie Saturday, was the sequel to this) 6 PM Best Of Georgia Championship Wrestling 7 PM Star Trek 8 PM Movie: "Fanny" 10:30 Love, American Style 11 PM Open Up 1 AM Movie: "No Man Of Her Own" 3 AM Movie: "Johnny Angel" (nothing to do with Shelley Fabares, this one from '45 has George Raft searching for his missing father and the ship he was on) 4:30 Wanted: Dead Or Alive WETV (WPBA) Ch. 30 Atlanta (PBS) 8 AM Sesame Street 9 AM Sesame Street 10 AM Sesame Street 11 AM Sesame Street 12 N off the air 6 PM Crockett's Victory Garden 6:30 French Chef 7 PM Racquetball: William B. Tanner Professional Racquetball Tournament from Memphis: Charles Brumfield vs. Marty Hogan in the men's finals; Shannon Wright vs. Peggy Steding in the

women's 8 PM Previn And The Pittsburgh 9 PM Anna Karenina (Part 8) 10 PM Movie: "My Man Godfrey" (classic with William Powell and Carole Lombard, from '36) sign off 11:30 PM WATL Ch. 36 Atlanta (Ind.) 7:30 Brother Charles Sanford 7:45 TBA 8 AM Insight 8:30 Koinonia 9 AM Let The Bible Speak 9:30 Revelation Ministry 10 AM Dr. Thea B. Jones 10:30 Faith Healer 11 AM Church Service (unnamed Episcopal church) 12 N Tony And Susan Alamo 12:30 R.F.D. Hollywood 1 PM Challenge Of The Sexes (pre-empted on Ch. 5) 1:45 NBA Basketball: Trail Blazers-76ers (pre-empted on Ch. 5) 4 PM Tennis: WCT-Caesars Palace Challenge Cup: Dick Stockton vs. Ken Rosewall (time approximate) 5 PM Showers Of Blessings 5:30 Gerald Derstine Shares (religious) 6 PM Easter Message 7 PM Classic Country 8:30 Rev. Leroy Jenkins 9 PM Day Of Discovery 9:30 James Robison Presents 10 PM PTL Club WCWB (WMGT) Ch. 41 Macon (NBC) 8 AM Know Your Bible 8:30 Jerry Falwell 9:30 Healing Hour 10 AM Prosperity, Way Of Living 11 AM Church Service (unnamed Baptist church) 12 N On Campus 12:30 Meet The Press 1 PM Animal World 1:30 Easter Is! 2 PM Soul Train (Bobby Womack, Denise LaSalle) 3 PM Harold Ensley: Fishing 3:30 Dynamic Duos (bowling: Willie Shoemaker and Eddie Arcaro vs. Arnold Palmer and Ray Floyd) 4 PM Sportsworld 6 PM Wild Kingdom 6:30 NBC News (Jessica Savitch) 7 PM Wonderful World Of Disney 8 PM Project U.F.O. 9 PM Tribute To "Mr. Television" Milton Berle 10 PM Second Annual Hollywood Out-Takes 11 PM Tony And Susan Alamo

11:30 NBC Movie: "The Sunshine Boys" (George Burns, Walter Matthau) WTCI Ch. 45 Chattanooga (PBS) 5 PM Legislative Report 5:30 Society's Survival Kit 6 PM Crockett's Victory Garden 6:30 French Chef 7 PM Washington Week In Review 7:30 Wall Street Week 8 PM Previn And The Pittsburgh 9 PM Anna Karenina (Part 8) 10 PM Nova sign off 11 PM WANX (WGCL) Ch. 46 Atlanta (Ind.) 6:30 Public Policy Forums (medical malpractice) 7:30 The King's Business 8 AM Jerry Falwell 9 AM Wheat Street Baptist Church 9:30 Hi Folks 10 AM Ralph Wilkerson (religious) 10:30 Wonderful World Of Christ Ministries 11 AM In Touch (Charles Stanley) 12 N Dimensions 12:30 Richard G. Lee (religious) 1 PM Rex Humbard 2 PM Jimmy Swaggart 2:30 Happy Hunters 3 PM Assembly Of God 3:30 Ernest Angley 4 PM Something Special (religious) 4:30 Just Passing Through (religious) 5 PM Amazing Grace Bible Class 5:30 Good News 6 PM Dr. E.J. Daniels Presents Happiness Is 6:30 Deaf Hear 7 PM Voice Of Peachtree 7:30 Countdown To A Miracle 8:30 Studio A 9 PM Ernest Angley 10 PM You'll Love It 10:30 Max Morris (gospel music) 11 PM Burning Bush 11:30 Dwight Thompson (religious) WRIP (WDSI) Ch. 61 Chattanooga (Ind.) 8 AM Bozo's Big Top 8:30 Marlo And The Magic Movie Machine 9:30 Jonny Quest 10 AM Valley Of The Dinosaurs 10:30 Jetsons 11 AM Lidsville

11:30 Laurel And Hardy (animated) 12 N Around The World In 80 Days (animated) 12:25 Dr. J. Harold Smith 12:30 Liberty Temple 1 PM Leonard Repass (religious) 1:30 Rev. Leroy Jenkins 2 PM Rev. Wayne Parks 2:30 Miracles Today 3 PM Movie: "The Mark Of Zorro" (Douglas Fairbanks Sr. in a silent from 1920) 4:30 Outdoors With Ken Callaway 5 PM All American Races 6 PM Two Wheels Alive 6:30 Movie: TBA 8 PM Jerry Falwell 9 PM James Robison Presents 9:30 Liberty Temple (not Jerry Falwell's church) 10 PM Tennis: Stockton-Rosewall (same as Ch. 36) 11 PM Miracles Today Retro: Eastern Washington Mon, Mar 28, 1977 from TV Guide-Eastern Washington edition KREM 2-CBS Spokane 5:55 Down to Earth 6:00 Captain Kangaroo (guest Pearl Bailey) 7:00 CBS Morning News 8:00 Mike Douglas (co-host Twiggy/guests Richard Anderson, Monty Hall, Harold Melvin, and the Blue Notes) 9:00 Double Dare 9:30 Price is Right 10:30 Love of Life 10:55 CBS News 11:00 Young & the Restless 11:30 Search for Tomorrow noon News 12:25 Shape Up with Sparling 12:30 As the World Turns 1:30 Guiding Light 2:00 All in the Family 2:30 Match Game 3:00 Marcus Welby, MD 4:00 New Mickey Mouse Club "Who, What, Where, When and How Day" 4:30 Family Affair 5:00 Brady Bunch 5:30 News 6:00 CBS Evening News 6:30 My Three Sons 7:00 Adam-12 7:30 America: The Young Experience 8:00 Jeffersons 8:30 Busting Loose 9:00 Maude 9:30 All's Fair 10:00 CBS News Special "Who's Got a Right to Rhodesia?"

11:00 News 11:30 Kojak 12:40 Movie "To Commit a Murder" 2:30 sign-off Cascade TV: KLEW 3-Lewiston/KEPR 19-Tri Cities/KIMA 29-Yakima (CBS) 7:00 CBS Morning News 8:00 Captain Kangaroo (in a sure sign of the 70s, the Cap'n shows off his new platform shoes Cheesy) 9:00 Double Dare 9:30 Price is Right 10:30 Love of Life 10:55 CBS News 11:00 Young & the Restless 11:30 Search for Tomorrow noon Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman 12:30 As the World Turns 1:30 Guiding Light 2:00 All in the Family 2:30 Match Game 3:00 Tattletales 3:30 Clubhouse 4:00 Good Day! (guest Frances Liddy (G. Gordon's wife), plus a visit to Dartmouth College) 4:30 Mike Douglas (same guests as ch 2, plus Tommy Tune) 6:00 News 6:30 CBS Evening News 7:00 Hee Haw (guests Tennessee Ernie Ford, Merle Travis, and Connie Smith; Spokane visited the cornfield Saturdays 6:30pm on Q6) 8:00 Jeffersons 8:30 Busting Loose 9:00 Maude 9:30 All's Fair 10:00 CBS News Special "Who's Got a Right to Rhodesia?" 11:00 News 11:30 Kojak 12:40 Movie "To Commit a Murder" 2:30 sign-off KXLY 4-ABC Spokane 6:25 Farm Report 6:30 Agriculture USA 7:00 Good Morning America 9:00 Phil Donahue (Chicago teens discuss a school program where they counsel their peers) 10:00 $20,000 Pyramid 10:30 Happy Days 11:00 Second Chance 11:30 Family Feud noon Dialing for Dollars 12:30 All My Children 1:00 Ryan's Hope 1:30 One Life to Live 2:15 General Hospital 3:00 Edge of Night 3:30 Lucy Show 4:00 Dinah! (guests Joey Bishop, Katherine Ross, Frank Welker, and SoCal IRS boss William Connett)

5:00 Beverly Hillbillies (bw) 5:30 News 6:00 ABC Evening News 6:30 Hogan's Heroes 7:00 Academy Awards (the 49th annual Oscars, with co-hosts Warren Beatty, Ellen Burstyn, Jane Fonda, and Richard Pryor; usual early evening sked has Liars Club at 7 and various game shows at 7:30...Break the Bank on Tues, $100,000 Name That Tune on Wed, Match Game PM on Thurs, and $25,000 Pyramid on Fri) 9:30 Perry Como (Perry does movie music with guests Sandy Duncan, Shirley Jones, Hal Linden, and Henry Mancini) 10:30 Brady Bunch (guest stars Edgar Bergen, Rich Little, and Melanie) 11:30 News mid. Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman 12:30 Movie: TBA followed by sign-off KHQ 6-NBC Spokane 6:00 Farm/Home Report 6:30 Good Day! (guest Billy Mize) 7:00 Today 9:00 Sanford & Son 9:30 Hollywood Squares 10:00 Wheel of Fortune 10:30 Shoot for the Stars 11:00 Name That Tune 11:30 Q6 Kaleidoscope noon Gong Show 12:30 Days of Our Lives 1:30 Doctors 2:00 Another World 3:00 Big Valley 4:00 Merv Griffin (from Vegas with guests Charlton Heston and Victor Borge) 5:00 NCAA Basketball Tournament championship game (normal line-up: Merv 4-5:30; News at 5:30, NBC Nightly at 6, Concentration at 6:30, Odd Couple at 7, prime access programs at 7:30...Candid Camera on Tues, Irish Rovers on Wed, Muppet Show on Thurs, and Dolly on Fri) 7:00 NBC Nightly News 7:30 News 8:00 Charley Pride (produced by CITV Edmonton, he performs with the Edmonton Symphony and Dave & Sugar) 9:00 Odd Couple 9:30 Rodeo, a Matter of Style 10:00 Image of the Pacific Northwest 11:00 News 11:30 Tonight Show (David Brenner subs for Johnny with guests Neil Sedaka, Pete Barbutti, and Mummenschanz) 1:00 Tomorrow (guest John Frankenheimer) 2:00 sign-off KSPS 7-PBS Spokane Instructional programs during daytime 3:30pm Lilias, Yoga & You 4:00 Sesame Street 5:00 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 5:30 Electric Company 6:00 Zoom 6:30 Rebop

7:00 Book Beat (guest Erma Bombeck) 7:30 Olympia '77 8:00 Microbes & Men 9:00 Pallisers (pt 9) 10:00 Soundstage (guests Santana, Tower of Power, and Gato Barbieri) 11:00 Black Journal (discussion of black college) 11:30 Captioned ABC News mid. sign-off KWSU 10-PBS Pullman relayed on 5 Pomeroy, 72 Ephrata, 74 Lewiston, 75 Spokane, 76 Tri-Cities and 81 Walla Walla 4pm Once Upon a Classic "The Battle of Billy's Pond" (1 hr) 5:00 Mundo Real 5:30 Carrascolendas 6:00 Zoom 6:30 Woman 7:00 MacNeil-Lehrer Report 7:30 Olympia '77 8:00 Microbes & Men 9:00 Pallisers (pt 9) 10:00 Music with Marilyn 10:30 Second Ending (bluegrass music with the Live Wire Choir from Lake Tahoe) 11:00 Olympia '77 11:30 MacNeil-Lehrer Report mid. sign-off KUID 12-PBS Moscow relayed on 9 Coeur d'Alene, 10 Sand Point and 77 Craigmont 9:00 Sesame Street 10:00 Villa Alegre 10:30 Once Upon a Classic "The Battle of Billy's Pond" (1 hr) 11:30 Instructional Programs 2:30 Inside/Out 2:45 News 3:00 Sesame Street 4:00 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 4:30 Electric Company 5:00 Zoom 5:30 Villa Alegre 6:00 Electric Company 6:30 MacNeil-Lehrer Report 7:00 Microbes & Men 8:00 Pallisers (pt 9) 9:00 Soundstage (same guests as ch 7) 10:00 Monty Python's Flying Circus 10:30 Northwest Sports Digest 11:00 Lilias, Yoga & You 11:30 sign-off KNDO 23-Yakima/KNDU 25-Tri Cities (NBC) 7:00 Today 9:00 Sanford & Son 9:30 Hollywood Squares 10:00 Wheel of Fortune 10:30 Shoot for the Stars 11:00 Name That Tune

11:30 Lovers & Friends noon News 12:30 Days of Our Lives 1:30 Doctors 2:00 Another World 3:00 Gong Show 3:30 Marcus Welby, MD (airs 30 min earlier due to the basketball, To Tell the Truth usually airs at 3:30 with Welby at 4) 4:30 NBC Nightly News 5:00 NCAA Basketball Tournament championship game (usual sked...Gomer at 5, NBC Nightly at 5:30, news at 6, and Merv 6:30-8:00) 7:00 News 7:30 Merv Griffin (guests Eydie Gorme, Arthur Gordfey, Otto Preminger, and Robert Clary) 9:00 La Raza "Learning in Two Worlds" (a look at education for Hispanics) 10:00 Movie "Ali the Fighter" (the profile of The Greatest focuses on his 1971 "Fight of the Century" with Joe Frazier) 11:00 News 11:30 Tonight Show 1:00 Tomorrow 2:00 sign-off KAPP 35-Yakima/KVEW 42-Tri Cities (ABC) 6:20 Public Affairs 6:50 Farm Report 6:55 News 7:00 Good Morning America 8:30 Movie "The Lusty Men" (bw) 10:30 Happy Days 11:00 Second Chance 11:30 Family Feud noon $20,000 Pyramid 12:30 All My Children 1:00 Ryan's Hope 1:30 One Life to Live 2:15 General Hospital 3:00 Edge of Night 3:30 Flintstones 4:00 Gilligan's Island 4:30 Lucy Show 5:00 News 5:30 ABC Evening News 6:00 Partridge Family 6:30 Brady Bunch (Paul Winchell plays a TV director filming a soap commercial starring the Bradys) 7:00 Academy Awards (normal sked...Adam-12 at 7, various game shows at 7:30-they ran Let's Make a Deal Tues/Thurs, Hollywood Squares Wed, and Match Game PM Fri) 9:30 Perry Como 10:30 Brady Bunch 11:30 News mid. sign-off KYVE 47-PBS Yakima relayed on 69 Ellensburg 9:00 Sesame Street 10:00 Instructional Programs noon Electric Company 12:30 Instructional Programs

2:45 Vegetable Soup 3:00 Frugal Gourmet 3:30 Lilias, Yoga & You 4:00 Sesame Street 5:00 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 5:30 Electric Company 6:00 Values & Morality in School (telecourse) 6:30 Villa Alegre 7:00 KYVE TV Auction mid. sign-off Retro: North Georgia Saturday, March 25, 1978 From TV Guide, North Georgia Edition: WSB Ch. 2 Atlanta (NBC) 7 AM Big Blue Marble 7:30 I Am The Greatest: The Adventures Of Muhammad Ali 8 AM Hong Kong Phooey 8:30 Go Go Globetrotters 10:30 Pink Panther 11 AM Baggy Pants And The Nitwits 11:30 Super 2 Show 12 N News 12:30 Dialogue (a profile of Lt. Henry O. Flipper of Thomasville, GA, the first African-American graduate of West Point; court-martialed in 1881, he had full military honors restored to him in 1976) 1 PM Tarzan 2 PM NCAA Basketball Tournament: National semifinals (Kentucky beat Duke, 94-88, in the championship game on Monday, March 27.) 6 PM News (time approximate) 6:30 Saturday Extra 7 PM Hee Haw (the Statler Brothers, singer Linda Hargrove, TV personality Paul Bearer) 8 PM Bionic Woman 9 PM Emergency! 11 PM News 11:30 Saturday Night Live (host Christopher Lee, Meat Loaf, Richard Belzer) 1 AM News 1:05 Movie: "Psycho" WRCB Ch. 3 Chattanooga (NBC) 7:30 Agricultural Science In Action 8 AM Hong Kong Phooey 8:30 Go Go Globetrotters 10:30 Pink Panther 11 AM Baggy Pants And The Nitwits 11:30 Space Sentinels 12 N Land Of The Lost

12:30 Countdown To Destiny 1 PM Georgia Championship Wrestling 2 PM NCAA Basketball Tournament: national semifinals 6 PM Lawrence Welk (Easter songs, time approximate) 7 PM Hee Haw 8 PM Bionic Woman 9 PM Emergency! 11 PM News 11:30 Saturday Night Live WAGA Ch. 5 Atlanta (CBS) 6 AM Sunrise Semester: "Physics And Society" 6:30 Box 5 7 AM Tree Talks 7:30 4-H Hour 8 AM Three Robonic Stooges 8:30 Hot Fudge 9 AM Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Show 10:30 Batman/Tarzan Adventure Hour 11:30 Secrets Of Isis 12 N News 12:30 Kidsworld 1 PM What's New, Mr. Magoo? 1:30 CBS Youth Invitational: Frisbee (six young people compete in a frisbee match; also, two dogs trained to catch frisbees in flight) 2 PM Fat Albert And The Cosby Kids (delay from noon) 2:30 Space Academy (delay from 12:30 PM) 3 PM Soul Train (Marilyn McCoo and Billy Davis Jr.; Stargard) 4 PM Golf: Sea Pines Heritage Classic (third round) 5 PM CBS Sports Spectacular (World Cup Skiing Finals, the Gulfstream Handicap horse race, a figure-skating exhibition from Strasbourg, France) 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News (Bob Schieffer) 7 PM Sha Na Na (guest: Jim Stafford) 7:30 Tell The Mayor 8 PM Bob Newhart 8:30 Tony Randall 9 PM The Jeffersons 9:30 Maude 10 PM Kojak 11 PM News 11:30 Movie: "A Severed Head" 1:30 Name Of The Game 3 AM News WGTV Ch. 8 Athens/Atlanta (PBS) 6:30 Que Pasa, U.S.A.? 7 PM Yoga For Health 7:30 Bill Cosby (as basketball coach Chet Kincaid; guest: Wally Cox) 8 PM Once Upon A Classic ("Lorna Doone," Part 4)

8:30 Confucius (his teachings and the lifestyles of modern followers) 9 PM Appalachia Sounding (one Appalachian family from 1776 to the mid-20th century) 10 PM Fiddlin' Around (bluegrass, two shows) 11 PM Movie: "The Silence" (not the Richard Thomas TV-movie about the West Point cadet "silenced" for allegedly cheating on an exam, but an Ingmar Bergman film about two estranged sisters) WTVC Ch. 9 Chattanooga (ABC) 7 AM Science In Action 7:30 Animals, Animals, Animals (a visit with a tropicalfish expert, delay from Sun 11:30 AM) 8 AM Superfriends 9 AM Scooby's All-Star Laff-A-Lympics 11 AM Krofft Supershow 12 N ABC Weekend Special: "Dear Lovey Hart: I Am Desperate" (expands to one hour today) 1 PM American Bandstand (guests: Raydio, half-hour today only) 1:30 Nashville On The Road (guest: Jerry Reed) 2 PM Pop! Goes The Country (guest: Mel Tillis) 2:30 Beverly Hillbillies 3 PM Easter Is! (animated special) 3:30 Pro Bowlers Tour (Miller High Life Open, from Milwaukee) 5 PM Wide World Of Sports (boxing: Earnie Shavers vs. Larry Holmes, 12 rounds, live from Las Vegas), World Downhill Skiing Championship) 6:30 ABC News (Sylvia Chase/Tom Jarriel) 7 PM In Search Of... (subject: reincarnation) 7:30 People And Issues (the ERA) 8 PM Celebrity Concerts (a solo performance by singer Nana Mouskouri) 9 PM Love Boat (passengers: Michele Lee, David Groh, Diahann Carroll, Jim Nabors) 10 PM Fantasy Island (guests: Gary Burghoff, Vera Miles, Stuart Whitman; Burghoff's character wants to be a baseball superstar, prompting appearances by Tommy Lasorda, Steve Garvey, Fred Lynn, George Brett, Ken Brett, and Ellis Valentine) 11 PM ABC News (Chase/Jarriel) 11:15 Star Trek 12:15 Movie: "Assignment Terror" WXIA 11 Alive Atlanta (ABC) 6 AM College Today 6:30 Adventures In Living 7 AM Ebony Journal 7:30 Animals, Animals, Animals (same as Ch. 9) 8 AM Superfriends 9 AM Scooby's Laff-A-Lympics 11 AM Krofft Supershow

12 N George Of The Jungle 12:30 Our Show (a fencing demonstration, a tour of the Fernbank Science Center, the Vagabond Marionettes) 1 PM American Bandstand 1:30 The Lettermen 2 PM Easter Is! 2:30 Auto Racing (Atlanta 500, taped highlights) 3:30 Two Wheels--Alive! (motorcycle racing) 4 PM World Of Survival 4:30 Championship Fishing 5 PM Wide World Of Sports 6:30 News 7 PM Space: 1999 8 PM Oral Roberts Easter Special (guest: Vikki Carr) 9 PM Love Boat 10 PM Fantasy Island 11 PM News 11:30 Movie: "Demetrius And The Gladiators" 1:30 ABC News WDEF Ch. 12 Chattanooga (CBS) 6:50 Farm Digest 7 AM Bullwinkle 7:30 Tennessee Tuxedo 8 AM Three Robonic Stooges 8:30 Speed Buggy 9 AM Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Show 10:30 Batman/Tarzan Adventure Hour 11:30 Secrets Of Isis 12 N Fat Albert And The Cosby Kids 12:30 Space Academy 1 PM Cliffwood Avenue Kids 1:30 Soul Train (guests: Lonnie Jordan, Brass Construction) 2:30 Bonnie Lou And Buster 3 PM Wrestling 4 PM Golf: Sea Pines Heritage Classic (third round) 5 PM CBS Sports Spectacular 6 PM News 6:30 Gunsmoke 7:30 Sha Na Na (guest: Bobby Vee) 8 PM Bob Newhart 8:30 Tony Randall 9 PM The Jeffersons 9:30 Maude 10 PM Kojak 11 PM Wrestling 12 M Movie: "She Demons" WMAZ Ch. 13 Macon (CBS) 7 AM Georgia Farm Monitor 7:30 Scrunch (kids' show) 8 AM Three Robonic Stooges

8:30 Speed Buggy 9 AM Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Show 10:30 Batman/Tarzan Adventure Hour 11:30 Secrets Of Isis 12 N Fat Albert And The Cosby Kids 12:30 Space Academy 1 PM What's New, Mr. Magoo? 1:30 CBS Youth Invitational: Frisbee 2 PM Ebony Speaks 2:30 Southern Sportsman 3 PM Imprint 3:30 Film 4 PM Golf: Sea Pines Heritage Classic (third round) 5 PM CBS Sports Spectacular 6 PM Porter Wagoner (guest: Bob Luman) 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Lawrence Welk 8 PM Bob Newhart 8:30 Tony Randall 9 PM The Jeffersons 9:30 Maude 10 PM Kojak 11 PM News 11:30 Movie: "The Great Caruso" WDCO Ch. 15 (WMUM Ch. 29) Cochran/ WCLP (WNGH) Ch. 18 Chatsworth (PBS) 1:30 Stitch-A-Long 2 PM Garden Spot 2:30 Bees And Honey 3 PM By-Line: Morton Sosna 3:30 Crockett's Victory Garden 4 PM Consultation (medical advice) 4:30 Cinema Showcase: Marilyn Hassett 5 PM Movie: "The Private Life Of Don Juan" (Douglas Fairbanks Sr.'s final film, from '34) 7 PM Black Perspective On The News 7:30 Lowell Thomas Remembers (highlights of 1947 include the Army Air Corps becoming the U.S. Air Force) 8 PM Royal Heritage (the early part of the reign of Queen Victoria) 9 PM James Michener's World (a tour of Spain) 10 PM Soundstage (B.B. King performs) sign off 11 PM WTCG (WPCH) Ch. 17 Atlanta (Ind.) 5:40 World At Large 6:10 Discovery (the story of the Cherokee Nation in the early 1600s) 6:40 News 7 AM Three Stooges/Little Rascals 8 AM Ultra Man 8:30 Partridge Family

9 AM Star Trek 10 AM Movie: "The Benny Goodman Story" (Steve Allen plays the clarinetist credited with the invention of swing music.) 12:30 Movie: "Lost In Alaska" (Abbott and Costello) 2 PM Movie: "It Happens Every Thursday" (Loretta Young and John Forsythe, from '53) 3:30 Movie: "Sherlock Holmes And The Secret Weapon" (moves the characters into World War II; Basil Rathbone and Nigel Bruce, from '42) 5 PM Fishin' Hole 5:30 Bill Dance Outdoors 6 PM Georgia Championship Wrestling 8 PM NBA Basketball: Hawks-Bullets 10 PM Pop Goes The Country (time approximate) 10:30 Music Place (guest: Louise Mandrell) 11 PM Let's Make A Deal (reruns of the '70s syndicated version) 11:30 Don Kirshner's Rock Concert (Chuck Berry, Peter Allen, the Babys, Elayne Boosler, the Village Idiots) 1 AM NBA Basketball: Hawks-Bullets (taped replay) 3 AM Dark Shadows (time approximate) 3:30 Dark Shadows 4 AM The Avengers WETV (WPBA) Ch. 30 Atlanta (PBS) 5 PM Washington Week In Review 5:30 Wall Street Week 6 PM Studio See 6:30 Book Beat (mystery writer Ed McBain talks about "Goldilocks," a mystery set in a Florida town) 7 PM Black Perspective On The News 7:30 Anywhat (the Atlanta Virtuosi, a chamber-music section of the Atlanta Symphony) 8 PM Monster Concert (20 pianists on 10 grand pianos) 8:30 Great Performances (Verdi's "Requiem Mass," with the La Scala Orchestra and soloists Leontyne Price, Luciano Pavarotti, Florenza Cossotto, and Nicolai Ghiaurov) 10 PM Soundstage 11 PM Austin City Limits 12 M Cinema Showcase: Christopher Lee WATL Ch. 36 Atlanta (Ind.) 12:30 Pro Bowlers Tour (Rolaids Open from St. Louis, weekbehind) 2 PM NHL Hockey: Capitals-Canadiens (joined in progress) 4 PM Boxing (time approximate, no information given) 5 PM Wrestling (no information given) 6 PM Southern Sportsman 6:30 Fishing With Roland Martin 7 PM Classic Country 8:30 Hal Roach Studio Presents 9 PM Easter Message (Sunday was Easter Sunday) 9:30 Trinity Cathedral 10 PM PTL Club

12 M Lost Jungle (serial) 12:30 Movie: "Murder" (early Hitchcock talkie, from '30) WCWB (WMGT) Ch. 41 Macon (NBC) 7:30 I Am The Greatest: The Adventures Of Muhammad Ali 8 AM Hong Kong Phooey 8:30 Go Go Globetrotters 10:30 Pink Panther 11 AM Baggy Pants And The Nitwits 11:30 Space Sentinels 12 N Land Of The Lost 12:30 Thunder 1 PM Wrestling (from the studio) 2 PM NCAA Basketball: National semifinals 6 PM Hollywood Squares (Ed Asner, Sandy Duncan, George Gobel, Joanna Pettet, Ken Stabler, Tony Martin and Cyd Charisse, Marcia Wallace, Paul Lynde, time approximate) 6:30 NBC News 7 PM Hee Haw (Billy Carter, Barbara Mandrell, Larry Mahan) 8 PM Bionic Woman 9 PM Emergency! 11 PM Wolfman Jack (Johnny Rivers, Abba, the Shirelles) 11:30 Saturday Night Live WTCI Ch. 45 Chattanooga (PBS) 10 AM Once Upon A Classic 10:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 11 AM Sesame Strreet 12 N Big Blue Marble 12:30 Crockett's Victory Garden 1 PM Hodgepodge Lodge 1:30 Stitch-A-Long 2 PM Garden Show 2:30 Pro Soccer 3:30 Speaking Of Pets 4 PM Guten Tag Wie Geht (German lessons) 4:30 Sign News 45 5 PM Consumer Survival Kit 5:30 Turnabout 6 PM Studio See 6:30 Que Pasa, U.S.A.? 7 PM Black Perspective On The News 7:30 Music For Easter 8 PM Royal Heritage: "Edward VII And The House Of Windsor" 9 PM James Michener's World 10 PM Soundstage sign off 11 PM WANX (WGCL) Ch. 46 Atlanta (Ind.) 7 AM Valley Of The Dinosaurs 7:30 Huck And Yogi

8 AM Heckle And Jeckle 8:30 Mighty Mouse 9 AM Dudley Do Right 9:30 Jonny Quest 10 AM Superman 10:30 Batman (Rudy Vallee as Lord Ffogg) 11 AM Jetsons 11:30 Movie: "Five Came Back" (watch for Lucille Ball in this quasi-"Lost" from '39: a plane crashes, but is repaired enough to get five people out of the jungle: the pilot, co-pilot, and what three passengers?) 1:30 Two Wheels--Alive! 2 PM Movie: "The El Paso Kid" 3 PM Bonanza 4 PM Lancer 5 PM Big Valley 6 PM Resurrection Of Today 6:30 Resurrection Of Christ 7 PM The King's Business 7:30 The Burning Bush 8 PM Rex Humbard 9 PM Charles Sanford (religion) 10 PM The Lesson 10:30 700 Club 11:30 The King Is Coming 12 M Two Wheels--Alive! WRIP (WDSI) Ch. 61 Chattanooga (Ind.) 9:30 Jonny Quest 10 AM Movie: TBA 12 N Movie: TBA 1:30 Movie: TBA 2:30 Don Kirshner's Rock Concert 4 PM Moon Man Connection 5 PM Jubilee (Rev. J. Lloyd Edwards) 6 PM Journey To Adventure 6:30 Cartoons 6:55 Dr. J. Harold Smith 7 PM Studio One (this is not the classic '50s CBS drama series) 7:30 Rev. Leroy Jenkins 8 PM Jerry Falwell 9 PM Ernest Angley 10 PM Tennis: WCT-Caesars Palace Challenge: Dick Stockton (not the sportscaster) vs. Ken Rosewall 11 PM Miracles Today Retro: Oregon/Far North California Sat, Mar 24, 1973 from TV Guide-Oregon State edition KATU 2-ABC Portland 6:30 What's New in School? 7:00 H.R. Pufnstuf

7:30 Jackson Five 8:00 Osmonds 8:30 Movie "Daffy Duck and Porky Pig Meet the Groovie Goolies" 9:30 Brady Kids 10:00 Bewitched 10:30 Kid Power 11:00 Funky Phantom 11:30 Lidsville noon Soul Unlimited (performances by Gladys Knight & the Pips, and Rufus Thomas; plus clips from the doc Wattstax, which blends a soul concert with clips of LA's Watts neighborhood) 1:00 What's New in School? 1:30 Third World 2:00 Sports Challenge: Len Dawson/Otis Taylor/Willie Lanier v Norm Van Brocklin/Tom Fears/Glenn Davis 2:30 American Sportsman 3:30 Pro Bowlers Tour: Andy Granatelli STP Classic 5:00 ABC Wide World of Sports: Soviet women's gymnastics team exhibition at MSG/World Ice Dancing Championships/World Figure 8 Stock Car Championships 6:30 News 7:00 Open Assignment (Ted Bryant interviews Merrill Mueller) 7:30 My Valley, My Land (looks at unco-ordinated land use planning, focusing on the Willamette Valley and comparing it with California's Santa Clara Valley) 8:00 Here We Go Again 8:30 A Touch of Grace 9:00 Julie Andrews (guests Donald O'Connor and Harve Presnell, plus the music of Frank Loesser) 10:00 Delphi Bureau 11:00 ABC News 11:15 News 11:30 Movie "The Strange Case of Doctor Rx" (bw) 12:50 Radar Men from the Moon (bw) 1:05 Movie "Weird Woman" (bw) KOTI 2-CBS/NBC Klamath Falls, KOBI 5-CBS/ABC Medford 8:00 Bugs Bunny 8:30 Sabrina the Teenage Witch 9:00 Amazing Chan & the Chan Clan 9:30 Movie "The Haunted Horseman of Hagglethorn Hall" (guest voice Davy Jones) 10:30 Josie & the Pussycats 11:00 NIT Tournament semifinals 1:00 CBS Children's Film Festival "Tiko and the Shark" (a 1962 Italian film filmed in French Polynesia) 2:00 Flintstones Comedy Hour 3:00 Archie's TV Funnies 3:30 (2) Fat Albert & the Cosby Kids 3:30 (5) Pro Bowlers Tour: Andy Granatelli STP Classic 4:00 (2) CBS Golf Classic: Bert Yancy/Tommy Aaron v Gene Littler/Miller Barber 5:00 Lassie 5:30 Animal World 6:00 News 6:30 CBS Evening News 7:00 Hee Haw (guests Loretta Lynn, Conway Twitty, and Ray Griff) 8:00 All in the Family 8:30 Bridget Loves Bernie 9:00 Mary Tyler Moore 9:30 Bob Newhart 10:00 Carol Burnett (no guests this week, just the show regulars; the main highlight is a spoof of

the 1942 movie Random Harvest) 11:00 Movie "The Bandit of Zhobe" KVDO 3-Ind Salem 4:30pm Sports Scope "To Keep and Bear Arms" (Craig Stevens narrates a film on the history and use of firearms in the US) 5:00 Laramie "Duel at Parkinson Town" (bw) 6:00 Man from UNCLE "The Love Affair" (bw) 7:00 Roller Game of the Week 8:30 Movie "Invasion of the Animal People" (bw; the Swedish film was produced in 1960, with American footage having nothing to do with the original story added 2 years later) KIEM 3-CBS/ABC/NBC Eureka 7:30 Jackson Five 8:00 Bugs Bunny 8:30 Sabrina the Teenage Witch 9:00 Amazing Chan & the Chan Clan 9:30 Movie "The Haunted Horseman of Hagglethorn Hall" 10:30 Josie & the Pussycats 11:00 NIT Tournament semifinals 1:00 CBS Children's Film Festival "Tiko and the Shark" 2:00 Film 2:30 Women's Golf: Cinderella Tournament semis, Janie Blalock/Sandra Palmer v Gloria Ehret/Sandra Haynie 3:30 Pro Bowlers Tour: Andy Granatelli STP Open 5:00 ABC Wide World of Sports 6:30 CBS Evening News 7:00 Hee Haw (listings don't indicate if they picked up the same show as 2/5, or ran a different one) 8:00 All in the Family 8:30 Bridget Loves Bernie 9:00 Mary Tyler Moore 9:30 Bob Newhart 10:00 Carol Burnett 11:00 Movie "Murdock's Gang" KPIC 4-Roseburg/KCBY 11-Coos Bay/KVAL 13-Eugene (NBC) 7:00 Houndcats 7:30 Roman Holidays 8:00 Jetsons 8:30 Pink Panther 9:00 Underdog 9:30 Barkleys 10:00 Sears Women's Classic golf 11:00 NCAA Basketball Tournament semi: the East and Midwest champs square off in St. Louis, followed at 1 by Mideast v West 3:00 Periscope 4:00 Lloyd Bridges' Water World: Drag Boat Nationals 4:30 Porter Wagoner (guest Jerry Clower) 5:00 That Good Ole Nashville Music (guests George Jones, Tammy Wynette, and Harold Morrison) 5:30 Buck Owens 6:00 News 6:30 NBC Nightly News 7:00 National Geographic "The World of Jacques-Yves Cousteau" (life in an underwater capsule 328' feet under the surface) 8:00 World Premiere: two pilots, Chase and Partners in Crime 11:00 Movie "How I Spent My Summer Vacation"

KOIN 6-CBS Portland 7:00 Sunrise Semester "Personality Theory and Creativity" 7:30 RFD 6 8:00 Bugs Bunny 8:30 Sabrina the Teenage Witch 9:00 Amazing Chan & the Chan Clan 9:30 Movie "The Haunted Horseman of Hagglethorn Hall" 10:30 Josie & the Pussycats 11:00 NIT Basketball semifinals 1:00 CBS Children's Film Festival "Tiko and the Shark" 2:00 Movie "Mystery Island" 4:00 CBS Golf Classic: Yancey/Aaron v Littler/Barber 5:00 Outdoors 5:30 News 6:00 CBS Evening News 6:30 Thrillseekers (guest Lou Unser) 7:00 Hee Haw (same guests as 2/5) 8:00 All in the Family 8:30 Bridget Loves Bernie 9:00 Mary Tyler Moore 9:30 Bob Newhart 10:00 Carol Burnett 11:00 News 11:20 Movie "It Happened One Summer" (the first musical take on State Fair) KVIQ 6-NBC/ABC Eureka 8:00 Jetsons 8:30 Pink Panther 9:00 Underdog 9:30 Barkleys 10:00 Sears Women's Classic golf 11:00 NCAA Basketball Tournament semifinals 3:00 I Love Lucy (bw) 3:30 Across the Fence 4:00 KVIQ Education Report 4:30 Perry Mason "The Howling Dog" (bw) 5:30 Lawrence Welk (movie themes; Portland (on ch 2) and Eugene (on ch 9) aired Welk Sundays at 7) 6:30 Emergency! 7:30 Little People 8:00 World Premiere: Chase/Partners in Crime 11:00 Movie "An Affair to Remember" KOAC 7-PBS Corvallis 3:30pm Caroline's Corner (bw) 3:45 It's Happening (bw; a look at Easter lilies filmed on the Oregon coast, where 90% of the US supply was grown) 4:00 Folk Guitar (bw) 4:30 Oregon Week in Review (bw) 5:00 Wall Street Week 5:30 Washington Week in Review 6:00 Firing Line (discussing the British "welfare state" with British Labor MP Shirley Williams) 7:00 NET Opera Theatre "Can-Can to Barcarolle" (looking back at Offenbach's work) 8:00 Alexis Weissenberg: The Piano 8:30 Oregon at Work

9:00 Film Odyssey "Sawdust and Tinsel" (bw; after the film, Charles Champlin talks with critic Stanley Kauffmann) KRCR 7-ABC/NBC Redding 7:00 Houndcats 7:30 Roman Holidays 8:00 Jetsons 8:30 Pink Panther 9:00 Underdog 9:30 Barkleys 10:00 Sealab 2020 10:30 Runaround 11:00 NCAA Basketball Tournament semifinals 3:00 Death Valley Days 3:30 Pro Bowlers Tour: Andy Granatelli STP Open 5:00 ABC Wide World of Sports 6:30 NBC Nightly News 7:00 Hee Haw (same guests as 2/5) 8:00 World Premiere: Chase/Partners in Crime 11:00 Ski West 11:30 Movie "Beloved Infidel" (bw) KGW 8-NBC Portland 7:00 Houndcats 7:30 Roman Holidays 8:00 Jetsons 8:30 Pink Panther 9:00 Underdog 9:30 Barkleys 10:00 Sealab 2020 10:30 Runaround 11:00 NCAA Basketball Tournament semifinals 3:00 Sears Women's Classic golf (tape-delay) 4:00 Lee Trevino's Golf for Swingers (guests Willie Mays and Dick Shawn) 4:30 Boris Karloff Presents Thriller (bw) 5:30 News 6:00 NBC Nightly News 6:30 Parent Game 7:00 UFO 8:00 World Premiere: Chase/Partners in Crime 11:00 News 11:15 Movie "The Pleasure Seekers" KEZI 9-ABC/CBS Eugene 7:00 H.R. Pufnstuf 7:30 Jackson Five 8:00 Osmonds 8:30 Movie "Daffy Duck and Porky Pig Meet the Groovie Goolies" 9:30 Brady Kids 10:00 Bewitched 10:30 Kid Power 11:00 Funky Phantom 11:30 Lidsville noon Soul Unlimited 1:00 Treehouse Club 1:30 Public Pulse

1:45 Public Affairs 2:00 Roller Derby 3:00 World Wide Sportsman 3:30 Pro Bowlers Tour: Andy Granatelli STP Classic 5:00 ABC Wide World of Sports: 6:30 UFO "The Computer Affair" 7:30 Protectors 8:00 Here We Go Again 8:30 A Touch of Grace 9:00 Julie Andrews 10:00 Delphi Bureau 11:00 Movie "Lisa" followed by ABC News KMED 10-NBC/ABC Medford 7:00 Houndcats 7:30 Roman Holidays 8:00 Jetsons 8:30 Pink Panther 9:00 Underdog 9:30 Barkleys 10:00 Sealab 2020 10:30 Runaround 11:00 Sears Women's Classic golf (tape-delay) noon NCAA Basketball Tournament semifinals (JIP) 3:00 Movie: TBA 5:00 ABC Wide World of Sports 6:30 NBC Nightly News 7:00 Paul Lynde 7:30 TBA 8:00 World Premiere: Chase/Partners in Crime 11:00 News 11:05 Movie "Ironside" (series pilot) KPTV 12-Ind Portland 7:15 News 7:30 You! (discussing group health plans) 8:00 Number 12 Northwest "Issues: Environmental Concerns at the Legislature" (guests: land developer/ex-Portland Chamber of Commerce boss Carl Halvorson, Oregon Shores Conservation Coalition member Steven Schell, and state GOP Rep. Paul Hanneman; this program was produced by Lewis & Clark College) 8:30 Oregon at Work 9:00 Gardening for Fun 10:00 Modesto Rios 10:30 Wally's Workshop 11:00 Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea noon Movie "The Hound of the Baskervilles" 2:00 It Takes a Thief (guest star Geoffrey Holder) 3:00 NHL Action (highlights) 3:30 Fishin' Hole 4:00 Boxing from the Olympic: Fili Castro-Danny Lopez (bantamweight), Ortermio Jeronimo-Carlos Villareal (bantamweight), and Javier Ayala-Shinichi Kadota (lightweight) 5:00 Billy Walker's Country Carnival (guests Marion Worth, the Osborne Brothers, and Sammi Smith) 5:30 Buck Owens (guests Freddie Hart, David Frizzell, Tony Booth, and Mayf Nutter; listings don't indicate if this aired on 4/11/13)

6:00 That Good Ole Nashville Music (guests Porter Wagoner, Dolly Parton, and Tommy Jackson) 6:30 Audubon Wildlife Theatre 7:00 American Adventure 7:30 Passport to Travel 8:00 Northwest Traveler "Western Mexican Adventure" 8:30 Portland Wrestling 10:00 News (Jim Newman) 10:30 Roller Derby 11:30 Movie "High Sierra" (bw) KEET 13-PBS Eureka No scheduled programming Retro: Kentucky Monday, March 24, 1975 From TV Guide, Kentucky Edition: WAVE Ch. 3 Louisville (NBC) 6 AM Folk Literature 6:30 Today In WAVE Country 7 AM Today (the changing role of the board of directors in modern corporations is the subject of a panel discussion; hosts: Jim Hartz, Barbara Walters) 9 AM Morning Show (former Kentucky governor A.B. "Happy" Chandler, a cat show) 10 AM Celebrity Sweepstakes (Clifton Davis, Robert Reed, Jack Carter, Jo Ann Pflug, Carol Wayne, Joey Bishop) 10:30 Wheel Of Fortune 11 AM High Rollers 11:30 Hollywood Squares (Lynn Redgrave, Harvey Korman, Dionne Warwick, Donna Fargo, Marty Feldman, Robert Fuller, George Gobel, Rose Marie, Paul Lynde) 12 N News 12:30 Blank Check 12:55 NBC News (Edwin Newman) 1 PM Mike Douglas (co-host Sonny Bono, Ann-Margret, David Brenner) 2 PM Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 4 PM Movie: "Tonight's The Night" (David Niven, Yvonne DeCarlo, from '54) 5:30 Mickey Mouse Club 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News (John Chancellor) 7 PM To Tell The Truth 7:30 $25,000 Pyramid (Jo Ann Pflug, Soupy Sales; Bill Cullen hosts) 8 PM NBC Movie: "The Runaway Barge" 9:30 NBC Movie: "Crossfire" (both these movies were "busted pilots") 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show (the Smothers Brothers sub for Johnny; Sally Kellerman is a guest) 1 AM Tomorrow (four people recount their close calls with death)

WLWT Ch. 5 Cincinnati (NBC) 6:20 Good Morning 6:30 Dick Van Dyke 7 AM Today 9 AM Hollywood Squares (Arte Johnson, Totie Fields, Buck Owens, Vincent Price, George Gobel, day-behind) 9:30 High Rollers (day-behind) 10 AM Celebrity Sweepstakes 10:30 Phil Donahue 11:30 News 12 N Bob Braun's 50-50 Club 1:30 How To Survive A Marriage 2 PM Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 4 PM Family Affair 4:30 Beverly Hillbillies 5 PM I Dream Of Jeannie 5:30 Jackpot! (delay from noon) 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News 7 PM To Tell The Truth (panel: Orson Bean, Linda Bennett, Kitty Carlisle, Bill Cullen) 7:30 Celebrity Sweepstakes (Robert Stack, Buddy Hackett, Peggy Fleming, Chad Everett, Barbara Eden, Don Adams) 8 PM NBC Movie: "The Runaway Barge" 9:30 NBC Movie: "Crossfire" 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show 1 AM Tomorrow WCPO Ch. 9 Cincinnati (CBS) 5:50 Farm Report 6 AM Sunrise Semester: "Music In The Romantic Age" 6:30 Impact (repeat from Sun 7 PM, which had not yet been given over to "60 Minutes") 7 AM CBS News (Hughes Rudd) 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Uncle Al 10 AM Joker's Wild 10:30 Gambit 11 AM Now You See It 11:30 Tattletales (Alana and George Hamilton, Deidre and James Brown, day-behind from 4 PM) 12 N Noon Report 1 PM Search For Tomorrow (delay from 12:30) 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 (Betty White, Sarah Kennedy, Charlie Brill, Gary Burghoff, Brett Somers)

4 PM Movie: "The Hasty Heart" (Ronald Reagan, from '49) 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News (Walter Cronkite) 7 PM Truth Or Consequences 7:30 American Life Style (William Jennings Bryan's home in Lincoln, NE) 8 PM The White Seal (Roddy McDowall narrates an animated Rudyard Kipling tale about a white seal and his friends who seek a place to live free from hunters who would slaughter them for their skins) 8:30 Horton Hears A Who (Dr. Seuss classic) 9 PM Mitzi And A Hundred Guys (Mitzi Gaynor with main guests Jack Albertson and Michael Landon; others include Bill Bixby, Bob Crane, Clifton Davis, Andy Griffith, Monty Hall, Bob Hope, Louis Nye, and some 25 other celebrities) 10 PM Medical Center (guest: Meredith Baxter) 11 PM News 11:30 CBS Movie: "Second Chance" (Brian Keith tries to create a utopian society in a ghost town, from '72) 1 AM Christopher Closeup 1:15 News WHAS Ch. 11 Louisville (CBS) 6 AM Sunrise Semester 6:30 WHAS News Conference (repeat from Sun 7 PM) 7 AM CBS News 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Dick Van Dyke (guest: Barbara Bain) 9:30 Young And The Restless 10 AM Joker's Wild 10:30 Gambit 11 AM Now You See It 11:30 Love Of Life 11:55 CBS News (Douglas Edwards) 12 N News 12:30 Omelet (Milton Metz/Faith Lyles) 1 PM Search For Tomorrow 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 Tattletales (George and Alana Hamilton, Deidre and James Brown--the new week starts tomorrow) 4:30 Gomer Pyle, USMC 5 PM Beverly Hillbillies 5:30 Andy Griffith 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Beat The Clock (guest: Anita Gillette) 7:30 Jimmy Dean (guest: Chet Atkins) 8 PM The White Seal 8:30 Horton Hears A Who 9 PM Mitzi And A Hundred Guys

10 PM Medical Center 11 PM News 11:30 Movie: "The Loved One" 1:30 News WKRC Ch. 12 Cincinnati (ABC) 6 AM Viewpoint On Nutrition 6:30 Speak Out 6:55 Graham Kerr 7 AM A.M. America (Marcel Marceau; five different church leaders discuss religion; hosts: Bill Beutel, Stephanie Edwards) 9 AM Dinah! (Ethel Merman, Henry Mancini and his daughter Felice, Bill Daily, Annette Funicello, Tony DeFranco) 10 AM Somerset (NBC, delay from 4 PM) 10:30 Money Maze (ABC, delay from 4 PM) 11 AM Nick Clooney (note the juxtaposition of Clooney's game and talk shows) 12 N Password (Betty White hosts; Allen Ludden plays the game) 12:30 Split Second 1 PM All My Children 1:30 Let's Make A Deal 2 PM $10,000 Pyramid (Adrienne Barbeau, Anson Williams; Dick Clark hosts) 2:30 Big Showdown 3 PM General Hospital 3:30 Strikes And Spares 4 PM Movie: "Rage At Dawn" 5:30 News 6 PM ABC News (Howard K. Smith/Harry Reasoner) 6:30 Hogan's Heroes 7 PM Bowling For Dollars 7:30 Treasure Hunt 8 PM The Rookies 9 PM S.W.A.T. 10 PM Caribe 11 PM News 11:30 The FBI 12:30 Wide World Mystery: "The Turn Of The Screw" (Part 1 of 2, delay from 11:30 PM) WKPC Ch. 15 Louisville (PBS) In-school programs until 2:30 Sesame Street 3:30 Electric Company 4 PM Sesame Street 5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 5:30 Villa Alegre 6 PM Electric Company 6:30 Kentucky GED Series 7 PM Bill Moyers' Journal: International

Report 8 PM Menominee (a Wisconsin Native American tribe's fight for autonomy) 9 PM Sculpture In The Open (Princeton's exhibition of sculpture around the campus; includes works by Picasso, Lipchitz, and Calder) 9:30 The Romantic Rebellion (the paintings of J.M.W. Turner (1775-1851), who was heavily influenced by Byron) 10 PM Camera South 10:30 TBA 11 PM Captioned ABC News WLEX Ch. 18 Lexington (NBC) 7 AM Today 9 AM Mike Douglas (same as Ch. 3) 10 AM Celebrity Sweepstakes 10:30 Wheel Of Fortune 11 AM High Rollers 11:30 Hollywood Squares 12 N Noon 12:30 Blank Check 12:55 NBC News 1 PM Jackpot! 1:30 How To Survive A Marriage 2 PM Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 4 PM Somerset 4:30 Tarzan 5:30 News 6 PM Metro Report 6:30 NBC News 7 PM Beverly Hillbillies 7:30 Jeopardy! (short-lived, somewhat gaudy, version of the show--one change is that the day's winner got to pick one of the 30 squares and won the prize concealed behind it) 8 PM NBC Movie: "The Runaway Barge" 9:30 NBC Movie: "Crossfire" 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show 1 AM Tomorrow WXIX Ch. 19 Cincinnati (Ind.) 8 AM New Zoo Revue 8:30 Cartoons 9 AM Flintstones (x2) 10 AM Speed Racer 10:30 Gomer Pyle, USMC 11 AM I Love Lucy (pregnant Lucy appears in Ricky's Gay Nineties revue) 11:30 Bewitched 12 N Courtship Of Eddie's Father

12:30 That Girl 1 PM Movie: "Finger On The Trigger" (anyone remember the song "I'm Eighteen With A Bullet...Got My Finger On The Trigger, I'm Gonna Pull It"?) 3 PM Cool Ghoul 3:30 Popeye 4 PM Flintstones 4:30 Gilligan's Island 5 PM Mickey Mouse Club 5:30 Bewitched (Samantha's sent back to the time of Henry VIII, who'd like to make her one of his wives) 6 PM Star Trek 7 PM Ironside (guest: Burgess Meredith) 8 PM Dragnet (Friday and the Emergency Control Center try to deal with the riots following Martin Luther King's assassination) 8:30 Merv Griffin (Alan Alda, Victor Borge, Marcia Wallace, Lawanda Page) 10 PM Mission: Impossible 11 PM Dragnet (guest: Burt Mustin) 11:30 Movie: "Force Of Evil" WKYT Ch. 27 Lexington (CBS) 7 AM CBS News 8 AM Town Talk (topics: children's literature, Oteria O'Rear of the Kentucky Commission on Women) 9 AM Captain Kangaroo 10 AM Joker's Wild 10:30 Gambit 11 AM Now You See It 11:30 Love Of Life 11:55 CBS News 12 N News 12:15 Bulletin Board 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM Young And The Restless 1:30 As The World Turns 2 PM Guiding Light 2:30 Edge Of Night 3 PM Price Is Right 3:30 Mickey Mouse Club 4 PM Virginian 5:30 News 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Gomer Pyle, USMC 7:30 Bobby Goldsboro (guest: Bobby Vinton) 8 PM The White Seal 8:30 Horton Hears A Who 9 PM Mitzi And A Hundred Guys 10 PM Medical Center 11 PM News 11:30 CBS Movie: "Second Chance" WLKY Ch. 32 Louisville (ABC)

6:30 New Zoo Revue 7 AM A.M. America 9 AM Dinah! (Lynn Redgrave, Valerie Perrine, Edwin Newman, Bo Donaldson and the Heywoods) 10:30 One Life To Live 11 AM Money Maze 11:30 Brady Bunch 12 N Password 12:30 Split Second 1 PM All My Children 1:30 Let's Make A Deal 2 PM $10,000 Pyramid 2:30 Big Showdown 3 PM General Hospital 3:30 Movie: "Birds Do It" (Soupy Sales as Cape Kennedy-as it was known in '66--janitor Melvin Byrd, who discovers he can fly) 5:30 News 6 PM ABC News 6:30 Hogan's Heroes 7 PM Hollywood Squares (Sammy Davis Jr., Ernest Borgnine, Nancy Sinatra, Leslie Uggams, Harvey Korman, Joan Rivers, Rich Little) 7:30 What's My Line? (Soupy Sales, Dana Valery, Arlene Francis, Bert Parks--if I'm reading Gil Fates' book correctly this was the last week of shows taped, on Nov. 21, 1974) 8 PM The Rookies 9 PM Movie: "A Countess From Hong Kong" 11:15 News 11:45 Perry Mason 12:45 Wide World Mystery: "The Turn Of The Screw" (Part 1 of 2) WDRB Ch. 41 Louisville (Ind.) 11 AM Introspect 11:30 Reed Farrell 12 N It's A New Day 12:30 700 Club 2 PM Manna 2:30 Bozo's Big Top 3 PM Presto The Clown 4 PM Three Stooges 4:30 Leave It To Beaver 5 PM Batman (Cesar Romero as the Joker) 5:30 Bewitched 6 PM Gilligan's Island 6:30 Rifleman 7 PM Bewitched 7:30 The Lucy Show (guest: Carol Burnett) 8 PM Dealer's Choice 8:30 Merv Griffin (Fred Astaire, Tony Bennett, Peggy Lee, Pearl Bailey, Johnny Mercer, Rosemary Clooney) 10 PM The Bold Ones (Lawyers; guest: Darren

McGavin) 11 PM Movie: "Tomorrow Is Forever" (Orson Welles, from '45) 1 AM Movie: "Close To My Heart" WTVQ Ch. 62 (Ch. 36) Lexington (ABC) 6:55 New Zoo Revue 7:25 Romper Room 7:55 Farm Report 8 AM A.M. America 10 AM Movie: "The War Wagon" (John Wayne, Kirk Douglas, from '67--Joanna Barnes, who appeared in this film, promoted it to death on her ABC talk show "Dateline: Hollywood") 12 N Password 12:30 Split Second 1 PM All My Children 1:30 Let's Make A Deal 2 PM $10,000 Pyramid 2:30 Big Showdown 3 PM General Hospital 3:30 Addams Family 4 PM Gilligan's Island 4:30 That Girl 5 PM News 5:30 Truth Or Consequences 6 PM ABC News 6:30 Movie: "Tarzan's Magic Fountain" 8 PM The Rookies 9 PM S.W.A.T. 10 PM Caribe 11 PM News 11:30 Wide World Mystery: "The Turn Of The Screw" (Part 1 of 2) E Kentucky Educational Television (WKZT/23 Elizabethtown, WKSO/29 Somerset, WKMR/38 Morehead, WKLE/46 Lexington, WKON/52 Owenton, WCVN/54 Covington, WKMJ/68 Louisville) 8 AM Kentucky GED Series 8:30 In-school programs until 3 PM Matter Of Fact/Fiction 3:30 Human Relations/School Discipline 4 PM Sesame Street 5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 5:30 Villa Alegre 6 PM Electric Company 6:30 Dimensions In Cultures 7 PM Kentucky GED Series 7:30 Human Relations/School Discipline 8 PM Kentucky Penal Code (topic: robbery offenses) 8:30 Tornado Safety 9:30 Commonwealth Phone-In (topic: the Loch Ness monster) 10:30 TBA

11 PM Captioned ABC News Retro: Sacramento/Stockton/Modesto Sunday February 12, 1984 If you're wondering why I decided to post a schedule for February 12, 1984 from the Sacramento area, scroll down a little further. Sunday 2/12/1984 Source: The Modesto Bee via Google News Archive (note: The listings for Sunday ran from 7am to 2am) (cc)= closed captioned (r)= repeat KCRA Channel 3 (NBC) 7:00am Cal U.S.A. 7:30am Campus Perspective 8:00am Vistas 8:30am Capitol and the Clergy 9:00am News 9:30am Meet the Press 10:00am College Basketball: UNC-Arkansas or Iowa-Illinois 12:00pm NBC Sportsworld Featured: The World Professional Figure Skating Championships from Landover, Maryland, plus the women's professional World Cup Surfing Championship from Oahu, Hawaii. 1:30pm Golf: Hawaiian Open-final round (live) 3:30pm Movie Death Cruise (1974, TVM) 5:00pm Wild Kingdom 5:30pm Fight Back! With David Horowitz 6:00pm Channel 3 Reports The 6:00 News 7:00pm A Chipmunk Valentine 7:30pm The Berenstain Bears Comic Valentine 8:00pm Knight Rider 9:00pm NBC Sunday Night at the Movies Celebrity (1984, TVM) (part 1) (cc) 11:30pm Channel 3 Reports 12:00am NBC Late Night Movie Sidney Shorr (1981, TVM) 2:00am Sign off KVIE Channel 6 (PBS) 7:00am Sesame Street (cc) 8:00am Sesame Street (cc) 9:00am Sesame Street (cc) 10:00am Sesame Street (cc) 11:00am Henry Winkler Meets William Shakespeare 12:00pm Your Tax Return: 1984 2:00pm Kentucky: The Ultimate Equestrian Trial 3:00pm California Wine Experience 4:00pm National Geographic Special Love Those Trains 5:00pm Presente 5:30pm New Tech Times 6:00pm International Edition 6:30pm Working Women 7:00pm Great Chefs of San Francisco 7:30pm Your Money Matters 8:00pm Nature Big Business in Bees (cc)

9:00pm Masterpiece Theatre The Irish R.M. (Part 3) 10:00pm Fawlty Towers 10:30pm Fawlty Towers 11:00pm Firing Line Resolved: That President Reagan Should Be Reelected in 1984 12:00am Sign off KXTV Channel 10 (CBS) 7:00am Moments of Reflection 7:15am Lift Your Heart 7:30am Creativity or Crisis 8:00am Sunday Morning 9:30am Inside Stanislaus County 10:00am It Takes A Thief 11:00am CBS Sports Sunday: Auto Racing Busch Clash, live from Daytona Beach, Florida 12:30pm NBA Basketball: Philadelphia-Boston 3:00pm Happy Days Again 3:30pm The Movies Foster and Laurie (1975) 5:30pm TV10 Eyewitness News 6:00pm Thirty Minutes 6:30pm Taking Advantage 7:00pm 60 Minutes 8:00pm The Four Seasons 8:30pm One Day at a Time 9:00pm The Jeffersons 9:30pm Alice 10:00pm Trapper John, M.D. 11:00pm TV10 Eyewitness News 11:30pm Face The Nation 12:00am KXTV Late Movie SST: Disaster in the Sky (1977, TVM) 2:00am CBS News Nightwatch (until 6:00am) KOVR Channel 13 (ABC) 7:00am It Is Written 7:30am The World Tomorrow 8:00am Oral Roberts 8:30am Urban Times 9:00am La Voz de la Raza 9:30am Progreso 10:30am Ask a Woman Affirmative Action 11:00am News Conference 11:30am This Week with David Brinkley 12:30am Sports Bloopers II 1:00pm XIV Winter Olympic Games 3:30pm Wide World of Sports World Weightlifting Championship, taped in Moscow. 5:00pm Newswatch 13 5:30pm ABC World News Sunday (cc) 6:00pm Threes Company 6:30pm The Jeffersons 7:00pm XIV Winter Olympic Games 11:00pm Newswatch 13 Update 11:30pm XIV Winter Olympic Games Update 12:00am At the Movies with Siskel & Ebert 12:30am ABC News Weekend Report 12:45am Sign off

KCSO Channel 19 (SIN/Religious) (listed in the Bee as an independent) 7:00am Peter Popoff 7:30am James Robison 8:00am Jerry Falwell 9:00am Jimmy Swaggart 10:00am Kenneth Copeland 11:00am Tribuna Publica 11:30am Hoy Mismo 1:30pm Pelicula Nacida Para Amar 3:30pm Embajadores de la Musica Colombiana 4:00pm Round Cero 4:15pm Para Gente Grande 6:30pm Temas y Debates 7:00pm El Malefico 7:30pm Romeo y Julieta 8:30pm Johnny Canales 9:30pm Val de La O 10:00pm Ernest Angley 11:00pm Jerry Falwell 12:00am David Paul followed by sign-off KRBK (now KMAX) Channel 31 (Independent) (At the time, Channel 31 was a sister station to St. Louis independent station KPLR Channel 11, whose parent company Koplar Communications owned both stations until they sold Channel 31 in 1995.) 7:00am Esta es la Vida 7:30am Day of Discovery 8:00am Jerry Falwell 9:00am The Jetsons 9:30am Black Star 10:00am Popeye 10:30am Tom & Jerry 11:00am The Twilight Zone 11:30am The Twilight Zone 12:00pm Sunday Movie One Francis and the Haunted House (1956) 1:40pm Sunday Movie Two The Disappearance (1960) 3:10pm Sunday Movie Three The Long, Hot Summer (1959) 5:30pm Tony Randall Show 6:00pm Star Search 7:00pm Wild, Wild West 8:00pm Jimmy Swaggart 9:00pm Japanese Theatre 10:00pm Jerry Falwell 11:00pm Jack Van Impe 11:30pm Valley Forum 12:00am David Susskind Show 2:00am Sign off KTXL Channel 40 (Independent) 7:00am W.V. Grant 7:30am Rex Humbard 8:00am Robert Schuller, Jr. 9:00am The Little Rascals 10:00am Sunday Matinee Stop, Look and Laugh! (1960)

12:00pm Fame 1:00pm TV40 Award Movie Torn Curtain (1966) 3:30pm Super Sunday Cinema The Big Bus (1976) 5:00pm TV40 Movie of the Week Shout at the Devil (1976) 7:30pm Comin Alive: What Men Expect from Women 8:00pm TV40 Big Movie Coming Home (1978) 10:30pm TV40 Ten OClock NewsPLUS 11:00pm Switch 12:00am Solid Gold 1:00am (?) Sign off KFCB Channel 42 (Religious) Concord 7:00am Journey to Adventure 7:30am Focus on the Family 8:00am Let God Love You 8:30am Heritage Singers 9:00am D. James Kennedy 10:00am G.L. Johnson 11:00am Robert Schuller 12:00pm Discovery 1:00pm The Lahayes 1:30pm Movie Gung Ho! (1943) 3:00pm Open Forum 4:00pm Microwave Cookery 4:30pm Best of California Tonight 6:00pm Los Gatos Christian Center 7:00pm Robert Schuller 8:00pm Jerry Falwell 9:00pm Discovery 10:00pm In Touch 11:00pm Focus on the Family 11:30pm Buenos Amigos 12:00am Sign off Retro:Sacramento-Stockton-Modesto, Monday, February 15, 1982 From The Modesto Bee(via Google News Archive) (Note:I did not list PBS affiliate KVIE Channel 6 or Spanish language station KCSO Channel 19) KCRA Channel 3(NBC) 6:00 Morning Stretch 6:30 News 7:00 Today 9:00 Pitfall 9:30 Blockbusters 10:00 Wheel Of Fortune 10:30 Battlestars 11:00 Password Plus 11:30 Play The Percentages 12:00 News 1:00 John Davidson 2:00 Texas 3:00 Days Of Our Lives 4:00 Donahue

5:00 News 6:00 NBC News 6:30 News 7:00 Weeknight 7:30 Family Feud 8:00 Little House On The Prairie(special 90-minute episode) 9:30 Johnny Comes Home(Johnny Carson returns to his hometown of Norfolk, Nebraska) 11:00 News 11:30 Tonight(Johnny Carson) 12:30 Weeknight 1:00 Late Night With David Letterman KXTV Channel 10(CBS) 6:00 Sunrise Semester 6:30 New Morning 7:00 Morning With Charles Kuralt 9:00 One Day At A Time 9:30 Alice 10:00 Price Is Right 11:00 Young And The Restless 12:00 News 12:30 As The World Turns 1:30 Search For Tomorrow 2:00 Guiding Light 3:00 Tattletales 3:30 Happy Days 4:00 Hour Magazine 5:00 News 6:00 CBS News 6:30 News 7:00 P.M. Magazine 7:30 Match Game 8:00 Mr. Merlin 8:30 Private Benjamin 9:00 M*A*S*H 9:30 House Calls 10:00 Lou Grant 11:00 News 11:30 Quincy 12:40 Columbo KOVR Channel 13(ABC) 6:00 U.S.A.M. 7:00 Good Morning America 9:00 Good Morning California 10:00 Love Boat 11:00 All My Children 12:00 News 12:30 Ryan's Hope 1:00 One Life To Live 2;00 General Hospital 3:00 People's Court 3:30 Merv Griffin 4:30 Richard Simmons 5:00 News 6:00 ABC News

6:30 Joker's Wild 7:00 Tic Tac Dough 7:30 You Asked For It 8:00 That's Incredible! 9:00 Movie-The Jerk(1979) 11:00 News 11:30 Nightline 12:00 Movie-Valentine(Made For TV, 1979) KRBK Channel 31(Independent) 6:00 Lassie 6:30 Great Space Coaster 7:00 Spiderman 7:30 Superheroes 8:00 Three Stooges 8:30 Beatles(cartoon) 9:00 I Dream Of Jeannie 9:30 Bob Newhart 10:00 Green Acres 10:30 Gomer Pyle, U.S.M.C. 11:00 Medical Center 12:00 I.N.N. News 12:30 Movie-In Saigon:Some May Live(1967) 2:30 Sha Na Na 3:00 Mighty Mouse 3:30 Three Stooges 4:00 Heckle And Jeckle 4:30 Scooby Doo 5:00 Wonder Woman 6:00 What's Happening!! 6:30 Good Times 7;00 Kung Fu 8:00 Gunsmoke 9:00 Let's Make A Deal 9:30 Crosswits 10:00 Bullseye 10:30 I.N.N. News 11:00 Bob Newhart 11:30 Prisoner:Cell Block H 12:00 Jim Bakker KTXL Channel 40(Independent) 6:00 700 Club 7:00 Fred Flintstone And Friends 7:30 Cartoons 8:00 Flipper 8:30 Gentle Ben 9:00 Partridge Family 9:30 Lucy Show 10:00 Waltons 11:00 Big Valley 12:00 I Love Lucy 12:30 Rhoda 1:00 Movie-Baby, The Rain Must Fall(1965) 3:00 Speed Racer 3:30 Flintstones

4:00 Gilligan's Island 4:30 Bewitched 5:00 Laverne And Shirley 5:30 Carol Burnett And Friends 6:00 Charlie's Angels 7:00 M*A*S*H 7:30 Barney Miller 8:00 Solid Gold Countdown 81(special) 10:00 News 11:00 Benny Hill 11:30 Entertainment Tonight 12:00 Movie-Tony Rome(1967) Retro: Ottawa/Southern Quebec/Quebec City Tues, Mar 23, 1965 from TV Hebdo Though not listed in TVH, programs will likely be interrupted on US channels for Gemini coverage CBFT 2-Montreal/CBOFT 9-Ottawa/CBVT 11-Quebec City (SRC) 8:30 Deux cosmonautes americains (Gemini coverage) 10:00 (2) Musique 10:00 (9) Aujourd'hui a CBOFT 10:00 (11) sign-off 10:30 Emission scolaire "Les forces de la nature" (Grade 10 Physics) 11:00 Long metrage "L'ile des forbans" 12:55 (2/11) Le Telejournal 12:55 (9) Premier bulletin 1:00 Deux cosmonautes americains 3:00 Votre cuisine madame 3:30 Si sante m'etait contee 4:00 Bobino 4:30 La boite a surprise 5:00 A la pointe de l'exploration 5:30 Robinson Crusoe 6:00 (2/9) Jeunesse oblige (Genevieve Bujold was a presenter) 6:00 (11) Hebdo-Sport 6:30 Le Telejournal 6:40 (11) Supplement regional 6:43 (9) Nouvelles locales 6:45 (11) Rond-point 6:50 (2/11) Nouvelles du sport 6:53 (9) Notez bien 7:00 Aujourd'hui 8:00 Rue de l'Anse 8:30 Tous pour un 9:00 La cour est ouverte 9:30 Monsieur Lecoq 10:00 Interet et principal 10:30 Le Telejournal 10:45 (2/11) Supplement regional 10:45 (9) Derniere edition 10:50 (9) Nouvelles du sport 10:50 (11) Bulletin meteorologique 10:54 Nouvelles du sport 11:00 Deux cosmonautes americains (recap of day's events)

11:30 Festival Jean Renoir "Le dernier sur l'herbe" WCAX 3-CBS Burlington 7:00 test pattern 8:00 Captain Kangaroo 9:00 Canadian Travel 9:15 Sacred Heart 9:30 TV School 10:00 Mike Wallace/News 10:30 I Love Lucy "Ricky's Screen Test" 11:00 Andy Griffith 11:30 Real McCoys "Kate's Diet" noon Love of Life 12:25 CBS News 12:30 Search for Tomorrow 12:45 Guiding Light 1:00 One O'Clock Weather 1:03 Across the Fence 1:15 Mixing Bowl 1:30 As the World Turns 2:00 Password 2:30 House Party 3:00 To Tell the Truth 3:25 CBS News 3:30 Edge of Night 4:00 Secret Storm 4:30 Midweek Movie "Timber-Jack" 6:00 World of Sports 6:10 Weatherwise 6:15 Newstime 6:30 CBS News 7:00 Car 54, Where are You? 7:30 Marshal Dillon (Gunsmoke) 8:00 Joey Bishop 8:30 Red Skelton (guests George C. Scott, and the Honeycombs) 9:30 Petticoat Junction "A Borderline Case" 10:00 Nurses "Respect of One for Another" 11:00 Eleven O'Clock Reporter 11:10 Vermont Edition 11:20 Weather 11:25 Sports Final 11:30 Tuesday Night Adventure "The Iron Mistress" CFCM 4-TM Quebec City 11:00 Mire et musique (test pattern) noon Dessins animes (cartoons) 12:15 Nouvelles 12:25 Nouvelles du sport 12:30 Necrologie (obits) 12:40 De tout, de tous 1:00 Palmares 1:45 Cine-Roman "Jeux de femmes" (ep 5) 2:00 Feminite 2:30 La Sieste "Mon frangin de Senegal" 4:00 Le zoo du Capitaine Bonhomme 5:00 Tele-Popeye

5:30 Casey Jones 6:00 Tele-Quebec 6:30 Nouvelles du sport 6:40 Meteo 6:45 Nouvelles 7:00 Tout l'monde en place 7:30 Intrigues a Hawaii 8:30 Tentez votre chance 9:00 La police des plaines 9:30 Le Saint (Saint) 10:30 Bon voyage 11:00 Nouvelles 11:08 Meteo 11:10 Nouvelles du sport 11:15 Heure Exquise "Le souvenir de vos levres" CBOT 4-Ottawa/CBMT 6-Montreal (CBC) 8:15 (4) test pattern 8:30 Gemini Space Shot (coverage from CBS; Norman DePoe, Knowlton Nash, and Kingsley Brown also comment from CBC) 10:00 Schools Telecast "Our World of Science"/"In Misterogers' Neighborhood" 10:30 Across Canada 11:00 Friendly Giant 11:15 Chez Helene 11:30 Butternut Square (which would eventually become Mr. Dressup) 11:50 CBC News noon (4) Britain on Parade noon (6) Way Things Are 12:30 (4) Leave It to Beaver 12:30 (6) Calendar 1:00 Gemini Space Program 2:00 (4) TBA 2:00 (6) Film 3:00 Moment of Truth 3:30 Take 30 4:00 As the World Turns 4:30 Razzle Dazzle 5:00 Fireball XL-5 "Robert to the Rescue" 5:30 Music Hop (guests Les Classels, Daniel Giraud, and Jenny Rock) 6:00 (4) Guestward Ho 6:00 (6) Fine & Dandy (guests Guido Pucci and Judy Armstrong) 6:30 Across Canada 7:00 CBC Evening News 7:13 (4) News Local Edition 7:23 (4) Sports 7:25 (6) Sports 7:30 (4) Seven and a Half Citizens 7:30 (6) New Generation 8:00 Jack Benny 8:30 Danny Kaye (Guests Jason Robards Jr and Lauren Bacall) 9:30 Front Page Challenge 10:00 CBC Newsmagazine 10:30 Eye Opener "The Lonely Machine" (starring Rich Little) 11:00 CBC News 11:15 Viewpoint 11:20 (4) Night Final/Weather

11:20 (6) Final Edition/Sports 11:29 (4) Sports 11:35 (6) Tuesday Showtime "Rogues of Sherwood Forest" 11:37 (4) British Movie Night CKMI 5-CBC Quebec City 8:00 test pattern/music 8:25 sign-on 8:30 Gemini Space Shot 10:00 Schools Telecast 10:30 Across Canada 11:00 Friendly Giant 11:15 Chez Helene 11:30 Butternut Square 11:50 CBC News noon test pattern/music 1:00 Gemini Space Program 2:00 test pattern/music 3:00 Moment of Truth 3:30 Take 30 4:00 As the World Turns 4:30 Razzle Dazzle 5:00 Fireball XL-5 5:30 Western Theatre 6:30 Spring Edition 7:00 Texan 7:30 Sports Scene 8:00 Jack Benny 8:30 Danny Kaye 9:30 Front Page Challenge 10:00 CBC Newsmagazine 10:30 Eye Opener 11:00 CBC News 11:15 Viewpoint WPTZ 5-NBC/ABC Plattsburgh 7:00 Today (farm news at 7:25, news at 8:25) 9:00 TV School Time 9:30 Jack LaLanne 10:00 Make Room for Daddy 10:30 What's This Song? (c) 10:55 NBC Morning Report 11:00 Concentration 11:30 Jeopardy (c) noon Say When (c) 12:30 Truth or Consequences (c) 12:55 Day Report 1:00 General Hospital 1:30 News 1:40 On the Local Scene 2:00 Flame in the Wind 2:30 Doctors 3:00 Another World 3:30 You Don't Say! (c) 4:00 Trailmaster "The Ruth Owens Story" 5:00 Casper Cartoons

5:30 Adventure Club 6:00 Len Cane Sports 6:10 News 6:25 Weather 6:30 NBC News 7:00 Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea 8:00 Addams Family 8:30 Hullabaloo (guests Leslie Uggams, the Morgan James Duo, Gene Pitney, and the Astronauts; also from London, Brian Epstein presents the Moody Blues) 9:30 That Was the Week That Was (c) 10:00 Fugitive "Masquerade" 11:00 Eleventh Hour News 11:15 Eleventh Hour Weather 11:20 Eleventh Hour Sports 11:30 Tonight Show (c) CHLT 7-SRC Sherbrooke 7:30 Mire et musique 8:15 Premiere edition 8:21 Matin sport 8:30 Pipe de platre 9:00 Cinema du matin "Eve au Bresil" 10:30 Emission scolaire 11:00 Le coq au 7 noon Les hommes volants 12:30 Deuxieme edition 12:40 Meteo 12:45 Midi sport 1:00 Votre pot-pourri 2:00 Kermesse 3:00 Votre cuisine madame 3:30 Si sante m'etait contee 4:00 Bobino 4:30 La boite a surprise 5:00 A la pointe de l'exploration 5:30 Mes trois fils (My Three Sons) 6:00 Les boute-en-train 6:30 Telebulletin 6:45 Meteo 6:50 Edition sportive 7:00 Tour en se bercant 7:30 La police des plaines 8:00 Rue de l'Anse 8:30 Tous pour un 9:00 La cour est ouverte 9:30 Monsieur Lecoq 10:00 Interet et principal 10:30 Le Telejournal 10:45 Derniere edition 11:00 Cinema 7 "Jour de chance" (Riding High) CJOH-CTV: 8 Cornwall/13 Ottawa (TVH still listed 8 as CJSS-TV, although it became CJOH-TV1 2 years earlier after being bought by CJOH) 8:20 Picture Page 8:30 Ed Allen Time 9:00 Good Morning

9:10 School Telecasts 9:30 Four of a Kind 10:00 Coffee Club 10:30 Abracadabra 11:00 Cartoonerville 11:40 Miss Helen noon News/Picture Page 12:15 Mighty Hercules 12:45 Movie Matinee "Valerie" 2:15 News/Reflections 2:30 TV Bingo 3:00 People in Conflict 3:30 It's Your Move 4:00 News 4:05 Mickey Mouse Club 4:30 Robin Hood "Dead or Alive" 5:00 Yogi Bear 5:30 Route 66 "Child of a Night" 6:30 Dear Charlotte 6:45 News/Weather 7:00 Littlest Hobo "His Brother's Keeper" 7:30 Let's Sing Out (from Huron College in London with Judy Henbske, Cy Anders, the Goldebriars, and Oscar Brand) 8:00 Petticoat Junction "A Borderline Case" 8:30 Burke's Law "Who Killed the Rest?" 9:30 Avengers "Killer Whale" 10:30 Mainly Music 11:00 CTV National News 11:15 News/Weather/Sports 11:35 Tonight 12:15 Picture Page 12:25 Reflections 12:30 News/Weather WMTW 8-ABC Poland Spring 8:15 Farm & Home (c) 8:45 Town & Country Time 9:00 Sergeant Preston "Assassins" 9:30 King & Odie 9:45 Teddy Bear Playhouse 10:00 Art at Your Fingertips 10:15 Teddy Bear Playhouse 10:30 Father Knows Best 11:00 Tennessee Ernie Ford 11:30 Price is Right noon Donna Reed 12:30 Million Dollar Movie "The Postman Always Rings Twice" 2:00 Flame in the Wind 2:30 Day in Court 2:55 News with a Woman's Touch 3:00 General Hospital 3:30 Young Marrieds 4:00 Trailmaster "The Ruth Owens Story" 5:00 Superman 5:30 Early Show "Gulliver's Travels" (c) 7:00 ABC News

7:15 News/Weather 7:30 Combat "A Cry in the Ruins" 8:30 McHale's Navy "Chuckie Cottontail" 9:00 Tycoon "Dragster Andrews" 9:30 Peyton Place 10:00 Fugitive "Masquerade" 11:00 News/Weather 11:15 Movie 8 "Cry of the City" CFTM 10-TM Montreal 9:00 Mire et musique 9:30 Bien l'bonjour 10:30 Cine-Matin "Le fugue de M. Petterson" noon Manchettes/Horaire 12:15 En Matinee "Les mariages de Mlle. Levy" 2:00 Bon apres-midi 4:00 Les boucaniers "Le piege" 4:30 Le zoo du Capitaine Bonhomme 5:30 Sir Lancelot "L'imposteur" 6:00 Tele-Metro 6:50 Sport-Images 7:00 Derniere heure 7:15 Cine-Roman "Mon pote le gitan" (ep 4) 7:30 Le Saint (Saint) 8:30 Tentez votre chance 9:00 La police des plaines 9:30 Une invitation de Fernand Gignac 10:00 Prix Plaza 10:45 En premiere page 10:55 La couleur du temps 11:00 La ronde des sports 11:15 Cinema "Eugenie Grandet" CFCF 12-CTV Montreal 9:30 Meditation 9:45 Coffee Break 10:00 Liberal Arts "Far Eastern Arts" 10:30 Romper Room School 11:00 Ed Allen Time 11:30 Abracadabra noon Lunchtime Little Theatre 12:45 Dear Charlotte 1:00 Channel 12 Theatre "The Case Against Mrs. Ames" 2:30 James Beard 3:00 People in Conflict 3:30 It's Your Move 4:00 Four of a Kind 4:30 Surprise Party 5:00 Family Theatre "Let George Do It" 6:30 Pulse 7:00 Littlest Hobo "His Brother's Keeper" 7:30 Let's Sing Out 8:00 Petticoat Junction "A Borderline Case" 8:30 Red Skelton (Scott/Honeycombs) 9:30 Sunset Theatre "Timbuktu" 11:00 CTV National News/Weather

11:15 Pulse 11:35 Pierre Berton 12:05 Newsroom 12/Meditation CKTM 13-SRC/CBC Trois-Rivieres 9:30 En premiere livraison "La boule de cristal" 10:30 Emission scolaire 11:00 En premiere livraison cont'd 11:30 Les aventures de Maluron noon Tele-Matinee 1:00 Long metrage "Tourbillon de la danse" (Dancing Lady) 2:30 Tele-Bingo 3:00 Votre cuisine madame 3:30 Si sante m'etait contee 4:00 Bobino 4:30 La boite a surprise 5:00 A la pointe de l'exploration 5:30 Popeye 6:00 Salut la compagnie 6:35 Nouvelles/Meteo/Sports 7:00 Mes trois fils (My Three Sons) 7:30 Adam ou Eve 8:00 Rue de l'Anse 8:30 Tous pour un 9:00 La cour est ouverte 9:30 Monsieur Lecoq 10:00 Interet et principal 10:30 Le Telejournal 10:45 Le 13 vous informe 10:54 Nouvelles du sport 11:00 Deux cosmonautes americains 11:30 Festival Jean Renoir "Le dejuner sur l'herbe" 1:00 CBC News WPTZ 5-NBC/ABC Plattsburgh 9:30 That Was the Week That Was (c) ...TW3 was canceled by NBC a couple of months after this. NBC had decided to move TW3 from Fridays at 9:30/8:30C to Tuesdays at the same time; one story has Jack Paar instigating the move because of the feud, mock or otherwise, he had with this show. On one occasion, TW3 announcer Dick Noel jokingly "signed off" the NBC-TV Network until the following morning, with The Jack Paar Program and The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson still to air that Friday night before the network actually did shut down until Saturday morning. In response, Paar would ridicule TW3 as being (frequent guest) "Henry Morgan's Amateur Hour." Immediately after TW3 moved to Tuesdays, however, another frequent target, Arizona Senator Barry Goldwater, had his Presidential campaign buy that very half-hour of time over NBC almost every week until Election Night! This led to TW3's audience evaporating, from which it never recovered. However, the Canadian version of the show, CBC's This Week has Seven Days (which featured future Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau as a contributor), managed to outlive NBC's version by about a year... Quote CJOH-CTV: 8 Cornwall/13 Ottawa (TVH still listed 8 as CJSS-TV, although it became CJOH-TV1 2 years earlier after being bought by CJOH) 9:30 Avengers "Killer Whale" ...was CTV running The Avengers before ABC did, or did CJOH pick this up on its own? IMDb says

this was a 23 March 1963 episode from the second (kinescoped) season, with Honor Blackman as Patrick MacNee's sidekick... Quote CFCF 12-CTV Montreal 11:35 Pierre Berton ...there's a poor quality video file of Berton's 1971 interview of Bruce Lee at archive.org; I assume that Berton was pretty much the Canadian equivalent to Jack Paar or Johnny Carson?... Retro: Kentucky Saturday, March 22, 1975 From TV Guide, Kentucky Edition: WAVE Ch. 3 Louisville (NBC) 7 AM Farming With Jack Crowner 7:30 Kentucky Afield 8 AM Addams Family (animated) 8:30 Wheelie And The Chopper Bunch 9 AM Emergency +4 9:30 Run, Joe, Run 10 AM High School Basketball: Kentucky High School semifinals 1 PM NCAA Basketball: East regional championship (time approximate, joined in progress) 2 PM NCAA Basketball: Mideast or Midwest regional championship (time approximate) 4 PM NCAA Basketball: West regional championship (time approximate) 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News (Tom Brokaw) 7 PM Medix 7:30 Little Rascals (if you're wondering how this got by the access rule, it's because they never played on network television--WSOC Charlotte used to do the same thing with the Bugs Bunny cartoons not airing on ABC or CBS) 8 PM High School Basketball: Kentucky High School Championship 9:30 Backstage In Hollywood (David Sheehan interviews Marlon Brando, George C. Scott, Paul Newman and Richard Burton on the problems surrounding their private lives as a result of stardom, time approximate) 10 PM Mac Davis (guests: Dom DeLuise, Roy Clark, Anne Murray, delay from Thu 9 PM) 11 PM News 11:30 Movie: "Monterey Pop" WLWT Ch. 5 Cincinnati (NBC) 7 AM Agriculture Today 7:30 Farm Front

8 AM Addams Family (animated) 8:30 Wheelie And The Chopper Bunch 9 AM Emergency +4 9:30 Run, Joe, Run 10 AM Land Of The Lost 10:30 Sigmund And The Sea Monsters 11 AM Pink Panther 11:30 Star Trek (animated) 12 N NCAA Basketball: East regional championship 2 PM NCAA Basketball: Mideast or Midwest regional championship (time approximate) 4 PM NCAA Basketball: West regional championship (time approximate) 6 PM News (time approximate) 6:25 Urban Almanac 6:30 It's Academic (Dayton, Forest Park, and Ursuline high schools compete) 7 PM Victory At Sea (this did air on NBC in the '50s but got a pass in access because it's informational) 7:30 High School Basketball: Ohio High School State AAA Basketball Championship 9 PM NBC Movie: "Cactus Flower" (time approximate) 11 PM News 11:30 Pro Track: ITA Classic 1 AM Movie: "The Pirates Of Blood River" 2:45 Movie: "Sword Of Lancelot" 4:30 Movie: "Your Money Or Your Life" (no, this doesn't star Jack Benny--it's a French comedy from '65 with Fernandel and Heinz Ruhmann) WCPO Ch. 9 Cincinnati (CBS) 5:50 Farm News 6 AM Sunrise Semester: "The Near East In Modern Times" 6:30 Call The Doctor (ear, nose and throat problems, repeat from Sun 11 AM) 7:30 Mr. Makit 8 AM My Favorite Martians (animated) 8:30 Speed Buggy 9 AM Jeannie (animated) 9:30 Pebbles And Bamm Bamm 10 AM Scooby Doo, Where Are You? 10:30 Shazam! 11 AM Valley Of The Dinosaurs 11:30 Hudson Brothers Razzle Dazzle Show 12 N Harlem Globetrotters Popcorn Machine 12:30 Fat Albert And The Cosby Kids 1 PM CBS Children's Film Festival: "Anoop And The Elephant" ('72, from England) 2 PM Zoom 2:30 Black Memo 3 PM Friends Of Man 3:30 This Week In High School Sports 4 PM Outdoors 4:30 Horse Sense (getting started with your horse) 5 PM Movie: "Big Leaguer"

6 PM News 6:30 CBS News (Dan Rather) 7 PM National Geographic: "Americans On Everest" (IIRC, this was the first National Geographic special on CBS in 1965) 8 PM All In The Family 8:30 The Jeffersons 9 PM Mary Tyler Moore 9:30 Bob Newhart 10 PM Carol Burnett (Steve Lawrence, Sally Struthers) 11 PM News 11:30 Movie: "The Caine Mutiny" (great cast: Humphrey Bogart, Van Johnson, Fred MacMurray, Jose Ferrer) 1:30 Here And Now 2 AM News WHAS Ch. 11 Louisville (CBS) 7 AM Sunrise Semester 7:30 Jabberwocky (the history of wheels) 8 AM My Favorite Martians (animated) 8:30 Speed Buggy 9 AM Jeannie (animated) 9:30 Pebbles And Bamm Bamm 10 AM Scooby Doo, Where Are You? 10:30 Shazam! 11 AM Valley Of The Dinosaurs 11:30 Hudson Brothers Razzle Dazzle Show 12 N Harlem Globetrotters Popcorn Machine 12:30 Tornado Film 12:45 High School Basketball: IHSAA semifinals (features teams from Indianapolis, Fort Wayne, Evansville, and Lafayette) 4:15 NIT Basketball: semifinal-round game (time approximate, joined in progress) 6 PM News (one of the anchors is Monica Kaufman, about to start a long career at WSB, time approximate) 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Hee Haw (guests: Freddie Hart and Leona Williams) 8 PM All In The Family 8:30 The Jeffersons 9 PM High School Basketball: IHSAA championship 11 PM News (time approximate) 11:30 Movie: "A Distant Trumpet" 1:30 12 O'Clock High WKRC Ch. 12 Cincinnati (ABC) 6:30 Korg: 70,000 B.C. (delay from Sun 10:30 AM) 7 AM Goober And The Ghost Chasers (delay from Sun 11 AM) 7:30 Make A Wish (tour of the Capitol in Washington, DC, delay from Sun 11:30 AM) 8 AM Yogi's Gang 8:30 Bugs Bunny

9 AM Hong Kong Phooey 9:30 Adventures Of Gilligan (animated) 10 AM Devlin (along with "These Are The Days," a Hanna-Barbera attempt to do an animated drama) 10:30 Lassie's Rescue Rangers 11 AM Soul Train (B.B. King, Bobby "Blue" Bland) 12 N Movie: "Edison, The Man" 2 PM Medix 2:30 Hogan's Heroes 3 PM Facts Of Fishing 3:30 Pro Bowlers Tour: Monroe Max-Air Open from New Orleans 5 PM Wide World Of Sports (Daytona 200 Motorcycle Race, National Men's Freestyle Skiing Championships) 6:30 Reasoner Report 7 PM Hee Haw 8 PM ABC Movie: "Battle Of Britain" 10:45 Americans All (Miriam Colon and her Puerto Rican Traveling Theatre, a multicultural, bilingual troupe that puts on free performances) 11 PM Easter Seal Telethon (Peter Falk, Mike Douglas, John Cassavetes, and Roger Staubach host, to Sun 7 PM) WKPC Ch. 15 Louisville (PBS) 8 AM Villa Alegre 8:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 9 AM Sesame Street 10 AM Electric Company 10:30 Zee Cooking School 11 AM Sesame Street 12 N Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 12:30 Villa Alegre 1 PM Sesame Street 2 PM Electric Company 2:30 Zee Cooking School 3 PM Sesame Street 4 PM Cinema Showcase 4:30 Book Beat 5 PM Overseas Mission 5:30 Consultation 6 PM Firing Line 7 PM World Press 8 PM Ascent Of Man (Part 11: scientific knowledge and responsibility in the 20th century) 9 PM Austin City Limits (Willie Nelson) 10 PM Art Is... (Leonard Bernstein, choreographer Jerome Robbins, Edward Villella and Patricia McBride) 10:30 Romantic Rebellion (Kenneth Clark describes the "tranquil, comforting and creative" nature paintings of John Constable (1776-1837)) 11 PM Speaking Freely WLEX Ch. 18 Lexington (NBC)

7 AM National Farm Digest 7:30 Ag-USA 8 AM Addams Family (animated) 8:30 Wheelie And The Chopper Bunch 9 AM Emergency +4 9:30 Lee Rose (Transylvania University basketball highlights) 10 AM High School Basketball: Kentucky High School semifinals 1 PM NCAA Basketball: East regional championship (time approximate, joined in progress) 2 PM NCAA Basketball: Mideast or Midwest regional championship (time approximate) 4 PM NCAA Basketball: West regional championship (time approximate) 6 PM Porter Wagoner (guest: Mac Wiseman, time approximate) 6:30 NBC News 7 PM Lawrence Welk (a sampling of musical styles) 8 PM High School Basketball: Kentucky High School Championship 9:30 Green Acres (time approximate) 10 PM Mission: Impossible 11 PM News 11:30 Movie: "The Success" WXIX Ch. 19 Cincinnati (Ind.) 7:30 In Town Today 8:30 Big Blue Marble 9 AM Wrestling 10 AM High School Basketball: Kentucky High School semifinals 1 PM Movie: "The Oklahoman" (time approximate) 2:30 Movie: "Man On A String" 4:30 Movie: "The Curse Of Dracula" 6 PM Movie: "Diplomatic Courier" 8 PM High School Basketball: Kentucky High School Championship 9:30 Hank Thompson (time approximate) 10 PM Mission: Impossible 11 PM Movie: "Daughter Of Dr. Jekyll" WKYT Ch. 27 Lexington (CBS) 7 AM Tobacco Talk 7:30 Roy Rogers 8 AM My Favorite Martians (animated) 8:30 Speed Buggy 9 AM Jeannie (animated) 9:30 Pebbles And Bamm Bamm 10 AM Scooby Doo, Where Are You? 10:30 Shazam! 11 AM Valley Of The Dinosaurs 11:30 Hudson Brothers Razzle Dazzle Show 12 N Harlem Globetrotters Popcorn Machine

12:30 Fat Albert And The Cosby Kids 1 PM CBS Children's Film Festival 2 PM NIT Basketball: semifinal doubleheader 6 PM News (time approximate) 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Hee Haw 8 PM All In The Family 8:30 The Jeffersons 9 PM Mary Tyler Moore 9:30 Bob Newhart 10 PM Carol Burnett 11 PM News 11:30 Easter Seal Telethon (joined in progress, to Sun 7 PM with a break for an NIT game Sun 1 PM) WLKY Ch. 32 Louisville (ABC) 8 AM Yogi's Gang 8:30 Bugs Bunny 9 AM Hong Kong Phooey 9:30 Adventures Of Gilligan (animated) 10 AM Devlin 10:30 Lassie's Rescue Rangers 11 AM Wrestling 12 N These Are The Days 12:30 American Bandstand (Barry Manilow, Minnie ("Lovin' You") Riperton) 1:30 Greatest Sports Legends (Elroy "Crazylegs" Hirsch) 2 PM Championship Fishing 2:30 Fishin' Hole 3 PM Outdoors With Julius Boros 3:30 Pro Bowlers Tour 5 PM Wide World Of Sports 6:30 Reasoner Report 7 PM Lawrence Welk 8 PM ABC Movie: "Battle Of Britain" 10:45 Americans All 11 PM News 11:30 Movie: "Journey To The Seventh Planet" 1 AM ABC News (anchor not given, but I recall at the time it was a rotating group from the ABC o&os) WDRB Ch. 41 Louisville (Ind.) 10:30 New Shapes: Education 11 AM Lost In Space 12 N Wally's Workshop 12:30 Outdoors With Jim Thomas 1 PM Friends Of Man 1:30 Water World (don't know if Lloyd Bridges or James Franciscus was hosting) 2 PM Sportsman's Friend 2:30 Mr. Chips

3 PM Soul Train (Bobby "Blue" Bland, Tavares, Lyn Collins, Fred Wesley, Steam, B.B. King, James Brown) 4 PM I.S.C. Game Of The Week (this may be soccer) 5 PM Wrestling 6 PM Movie: "Son Of Hercules In The Land Of Fire" 7 PM Movie: "The Wolf Man" (Lon Chaney Jr.) 8:15 Movie: "It! The Terror From Beyond Space" 9:30 Don Kirshner's Rock Concert (highlights from past shows: the Rolling Stones, Jim Croce, Black Oak Arkansas, Maria Muldaur, Johnny Winter, Seals and Crofts, Linda Ronstadt, the Eagles, Billy Preston, Ike and Tina Turner) 11 PM 700 Club 12:30 Warren Roberts (gospel music) WTVQ Ch. 62 (Ch. 36) Lexington (ABC) 8 AM Yogi's Gang 8:30 Bugs Bunny 9 AM Hong Kong Phooey 9:30 Adventures Of Gilligan (animated) 10 AM Devlin 10:30 Lassie's Rescue Rangers 11 AM Super Friends 12 N These Are The Days 12:30 American Bandstand 1:30 Focus '75 2 PM Sportsman's Friend 2:30 Recreation Today 3 PM That Girl 3:30 Pro Bowlers Tour 5 PM Wide World Of Sports 6:30 Reasoner Report 7 PM I Spy 8 PM ABC Movie: "Battle Of Britain" 10:45 Americans All 11 PM News 11:15 ABC News 11:30 Movie: "The Pleasure Of His Company" E Kentucky Educational Television (WKZT/23 Elizabethtown, WKSO/29 Somerset, WKMR/38 Morehead, WKLE/46 Lexington, WKON/52 Owenton, WCVN/54 Covington, WKMJ/68 Louisville) off air on Saturday Retro: Kansas Mon, Mar 22, 1976 from Family Happiness-Kansas edition (the magazine, based out of Portland TN, had a regional office in Enterprise) 2 KCKT-NBC Great Bend 3 KARD-NBC Wichita 4 WDAF-NBC Kansas City 4* KSNB-ABC Superior

5 KCMO-CBS Kansas City 5* KHAS-NBC Hastings 7 KAYS-CBS Hays 8 KPTS-PBS Wichita 9 KMBC-ABC Kansas City 10 KAKE-ABC Wichita 11 KTWU-PBS Topeka 12 KTVH-CBS Wichita 13 WIBW-CBS Topeka 27 KTSB-NBC Topeka 41 KBMA-Ind Kansas City TNT TNT (this was listed out of KC, anyone have any more info on this channel?) The magazine lumped the weekday daytime listings in one section, so there's a few blanks in some slots Morning 5:50 5 Art Linkletter 5:55 5 TBA (5 ran various programs in the timeslot) 6:00 4* PTL Club 12 Pastor's Study 6:15 10 Jack LaLanne 12 Community Window 6:25 5 Sunrise Semester 6:30 9 Romper Room 13 Sunrise Semester 41 Johnson County College 6:35 12 Agriculture 6:45 2-3 Kansas Today 10 Kansas Scene 12 News 6:55 5 Farm Facts 7:00 2-3-4-5*-27 Today 5-7-12-13 CBS Morning News 9 Bugs Bunny 10 Good Morning America 41 Speed Racer

7:30 41 Popeye 8:00 4* Good Morning America 5-7-12-13 Captain Kangaroo 8:30 9 Huckleberry Hound 11 TBA (various programs aired here) 41 Bullwinkle 9:00 2-3-4-5*-27 Celebrity Sweepstakes 4*-5-7-12-13 Price is Right 8-11 Sesame Street 9 Merv Griffin 10 Romper Room 41 Lost in Space TNT Christ Unlimited 9:30 2-3-4-5*-27 High Rollers 10 Lassie TNT Jack LaLanne 10:00 2-3-4-5*-27 Wheel of Fortune 4* Ryan's Hope 5 Diamond Head 7-12 Joyce Livingston 8-11 Electric Company 9 I Dream of Jeannie 10 Green Acres 13 Gambit 41 700 Club TNT Alfred Bach Sewing 10:30 2-3-4-5*-27 Hollywood Squares 4*-9-10 Happy Days 5-7-12-13 Love of Life 8-11 Instructional Programs TNT Muriel Stevens Cooking 11:00 2-3-4-5*-27 Magnificent Marble Machine 4*-9-10 Let's Make a Deal 5-7-12-13 Young & the Restless TNT Galloping Gourmet 11:30 2-3-5*-27 Take My Advice 4 News 4*-9-10 All My Children

5-7-12-13 Search for Tomorrow 41 TBA (41 ran various programs here) TNT Modern Films Afternoon noon 2-3-4*-5-5*-7-9-10-12-13-27 News 4 TBA (various shows ran here) 9 Kaleidoscope 41 Tennessee Tuxedo TNT Paul Bernard, Psychiatrist 12:15 2-3 Elmer Childress 5* Farm Action 12 Women's World 27 Nancy's News & Views 12:30 2-3-4-5*-27 Days of Our Lives 4*-9-10 Rhyme & Reason 5-7-12-13 As the World Turns 41 Underdog TNT TBA (various shows aired here) 1:00 4*-9-10 $20,000 Pyramid 8 Electric Company 41 Munsters TNT Journey to Adventure 1:30 2-3-4-5*-27 Doctors 4*9-10 Neighbors 5-7-12-13 Guiding Light 8 Instructional Programs 41 Love American Style TNT 700 Club 2:00 2-3-4-5*-27 Another World 4*-9-10 General Hospital 5-7-12-13 All in the Family 2:30 4*-9-10 One Life to Live 5-7-12-13 Match Game '76 41 Best of Groucho 3:00 2-3-5*-27 Somerset 4 Dinah! 4*-9-10-13 Edge of Night 5 Family Affair 7-12 Tattletales 8* Misterogers' Neighborhood

11 Sesame Street 41 Mickey Mouse Club TNT Local Origination 3:30 2-3 Flintstones (M/W/F only; Bullwinkle ran here Tu/Th) 4* Mickey Mouse Club 5 Movie 5* Galloping Gourmet 7-12 Gambit 8 Sesame Street 9 Flintstones 10 Merv Griffin 13 Adam-12 27 Let's Make a Deal 41 Little Rascals 4:00 2-3 Bewitched 4-7-12 Mike Douglas 4* Lassie 5* Get Smart 9 Partridge Family 11 Misterogers' Neighborhood 13 Ironside 27-41 Gilligan's Island 4:30 2-3 Big Valley 4*-10-41 Gilligan's Island 5* Bonanza 8-11 Electric Company 9 My Three Sons 11 Sesame Street 27 Leave It to Beaver 41 Superman 5:00 4-10-13 News 4* Brady Bunch 8 Zoom 9 Hogan's Heroes 11 Sesame Street 27 Family Affair 41 Leave It to Beaver 5:30 2-3-4-4*-5-5*-7-9-10-12-13-27 News (given this is CT country, likely most stations ran the network casts here; FH didn't differentiate local from the nets' news) 8 TBA (various shows ran here) 41 Gomer Pyle TNT Jack LaLanne Evening 6:00 2-3-4*-5-5*-7-9-12-13-27 News

4 Concentration 8 Paramount to Wichita 10 To Tell the Truth 11 World Religions 41 Andy Griffith TNT Alfred Bach Sewing 6:30 2-3 Hollywood Squares 4 Candid Camera 4* To Tell the Truth 5-7-12 Wild Kingdom 5* Concentration 8 Martin Agronsky 9 Bowling for Dollars 10 Partridge Family 11 GED 13 Truth or Consequences 27 Hogan's Heroes 41 Beverly Hillbillies TNT Paul Bernard, Psychiatrist 7:00 2-3-4-5*-27 Rich Little 4* Wild Kingdom 5-7-12-13 Rhoda 8-11 USA: People & Politics 9-10 On the Rocks 41 Gunsmoke TNT Consultation 7:30 4*-9-10 Good Heavens 5-7-12-13 Phyllis 8-11 Ourstory TNT Journey to Adventure 8:00 2-3-4-5*-27 Joe Forrester 4*-9-10 ABC Monday Movie "Buster and Billie" 5-7-12-13 All in the Family 8-11 Sing, America, Sing 41 Movie "Berlin Affair" TNT Bud Moore 8:30 5-7-12-13 Maude TNT Al Onofrio 9:00 2-3-4-5* Jigsaw John 5-7-12-13 Medical Center 8 Speaking Freely 11 Bill Moyers' Journal 27 Bonanza TNT Muriel Stevens Cooking

9:30 TNT Galloping Gourmet 10:00 2-3-4-4*-5-5*-7-9-10-12-13-27 News 8-11 Captioned ABC News 41 Dick Van Dyke TNT Modern Films 10:30 2-3-4-5*-27 Tonight Show 4*-10 Wide World of Entertainment 5 Wild Wild West 7-12-13-41 CBS Late Movie "Where the Boys Are" 8-11 Robert MacNeil Report 9 Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman TNT 700 Club 11:00 9 Ironside 11:30 5 77 Sunset Strip Late Night midnight 2-3-4-5*-27 Tomorrow 4* With This Ring 9 Wide World of Entertainment 10 News 12:30 5 Movie "The Thief" 13 News 41 Movie "The Luck of Ginger Coffey" 1:00 2-3-4 News 1:30 9 News 2:30 5 News 3:00 5 Art Linkletter Retro:Cleveland (Akron)-Erie-Youngstown Monday, January 27, 1958 Source:TV Guide Cleveland Edition 7AM 3-12-21 Today-Dave Garroway

7:55 8 Morning Meditation 8AM 8-27 Captain Kangaroo 8:45 8 Mr. Banjo-Davey Herbert 27 Cartoon Carnival 8:55 3 News-Tom Haley 5 News-Court Stanton 12 Your Church-Religion 9AM 3 Movie (Cash On The Line)-The First Hundred Years 1938-Tom Haley 5 Fun Farm 12 Movie-TBA 21 Adelaide Snyder 27-35 Captain Kangaroo 9:15 8 Susie-Ann Sothern 9:30 5 Paige Palmer 9:45 27-35 CBS News-Richard C. Hottelet 9:55 8 News-Doug Adair 10AM 8-27-35 Garry Moore 12-21 Arlene Francis 10:15 5 Movie-Doorway To Suspicion 1954 10:25 3 Window-Women 10:30 3-12-21 Treasure Hunt-Jan Murray 8-27-35 Arthur Godfrey 11AM 3-12-21 Price Is Right-Bill Cullen 11:30 3-12-21 Truth Or Consequences-Bob Barker 5 Liberace 8-27-35 Dotto-Jack Narz-In its fourth daytime week-The show that began suspicion that game

shows may be fixed, though Narz himself was cleared of any wrongdoing Noon 3-12-21 Tic Tac Dough-Gene Rayburn 5 News-Court Stanton 8-35 Hotel Cosmopolitan-serial 27 Cartoon Carnival 12:05 5 Noon Show Ron Penfound as Captain Penny 12:15 8-27-35 Love Of Life 12:30 3-12-21 It Could Be You-Bill Leyden 8-35 Search For Tomorrow 27 Movie-Appointment In Berlin-1943 12:45 8-35 Guiding Light 1PM 3 Movie-Wild Cargo 1934 Big Wilson 5 One O Clock Club-Dorothy Fuldheim 8 Movie-Glamour For Sale 1940 12 Tex and Jinx-Had been in radio since the 1940's. This was apparently their last TV series.. 35 Hy Yaple-Women 49 Movie-Salute To The Marines-1943-Apparently a repeat from Sunday 9PM 1:15 21 Kitchen Corner-Marjorie Mariner 1:30 12 Howard Miller-Color 35 As The World Turns 2PM 5 Our Niss Brooks 21 Howard Miller-Color 27-35 Beat The Clock-Bud Collyer 2:15 8 Alice Weston-Debut 2:30 5 Stu Erwin 8-27-35 House Party-Art Linkletter 12-21 Kitty Foyle-serial 2:55 3 News-Pete French 3PM 3-12-21 Matinee Theater-Matinee Theater was normally in color, but today appears to be in B@W

unless there was a mistake on TV Guide's part-"Soldier's Boy" 5-45 American Bandstand-Dick Clark 8-27-35 Big Payoff-Randy Merriman 49 Movie-Private Nurse 1941 3:30 5-45 Do You Trust Your Wife?-Johnny Carson (Later changed title to Who Do You Trust?) 8-27-35 Verdict Is Yours 4PM 3-12-21 Queen For A Day 5-45-49 American Bandstand 8-35 Brighter Day 27 Caroon Classics 4:15 8-27-35 Secret Storm 4:30 8-35 Edge Of Night 27 Colonel Bleep (With other cartoons I would think..Can't see 90 minutes straight of Colonel Bleep..) 49 Operation Blackboard 4:45 3-12-21 Modern Romances 5PM 3 Dear Phoebe-Peter Lawford sitcom-NBC 5-12-45 Superman-George Reeves 8 As The World Turns 21 Fun House Gang 35 Movie-The Return Of Daniel Boone 1941 49 Movie-Valley Of Fear Johnny Mack Brown 5:30 3 Popeye-Linn Sheldon as Barnaby 5-12-45 Mickey Mouse Club 8 Beat The Clock 5:45 21 Popeye 6PM 3 Six O Clock Adventure-Brave Eagle, followed by Sky King 5 Captain Penny 8 Action at Six 12 Candy Cane Lane 27 My Little Margie 35 Popeye 45 What's New For You? 49 Looney Tunes 6:10 45 Weather, News, Sports

6:30 5 Dorothy Fuldheim 8 News, Sports 12-21-27 News, Sports, Weather 35 Gene Autry 6:45 5 News-Tom Field 8-27 CBS News-Douglas Edwards 12-21 Huntley-Brinkley Report 45 Our Miss Brooks 6:55 3 News-Pete French 5 Weather-Bill Prentice 49 Weather,News 7PM 3 Frontier Doctor 5 Waterfront 8 Badge 714 (Dragnet) 12 Walter Winchell 21 Death Valley Days 27 State Trooper 35 Erieland Newsreel 7:15 35 CBS News 45-49 ABC News-John Daly 7:30 3-12-21 Price Is Right-Color 5 Meet Your Schools 8-27-35 Robin Hood 45 Duffy's Tavern 49 Movie-Adam Had Four Sons 1941 (also aired Sunday Jan. 26 at 1PM) 8PM 3-12-21 Restless Gun 5-45 Love That Jill 8 Burns and Allen 27 Studio 57 35 Amos 'N' Andy 8:30 3-12-21 Wells Fargo 5-45 Bold Jouirney 8-27-35 Talent Scouts-Arthur Godfrey 9PM 3-12-21 Twenty-One-Jack Barry 5-45-49 Voice Of Firestone-Howard Barlow 8-27-35 Danny Thomas

9:30 3-12-21 Alcoa Theater 5-45-49 Top Tunes-Lawrence Welk 8-27-35 December Bride 10PM 3-12-21 Suspicion 8-27-35 Studio One 10:30 5 Bob Cummings Show (NBC-Tuesday 9:30) 45 News Sports Weather 49 TV Auction Party 11PM 3 News-Pete French 5 News-Tom Field 8-27 News-Warren Guthrie 12-21-35 News, Sports, Weather 45 Confidential File 49 Movie-Broadway Melody of 1938 (1937) 11:10 3 Weather-Joe Finan 8 Sports-John Fitzgerald 11:15 3 Sports-Bob Neal 5 Tonight-Johnathan Winters 8 Weather-Ken Armstrong 27 Movie-Thirteen Rue Madeline 1946 35 Movie-Tight Shoes 1941 11:20 3 Movie-Idiot's Delight 1939 8 Movie-The Flanagan Boy English 1954 21 University Story 11:30 12 Wrestling-Buffalo 21 Tonight-Jonathan Winters 45 Travel Time-Documentary 1AM 5 News-Bill Prentice Retro:Cleveland (Akron)-Erie- Youngstown Saturday, January 25, 1958 Source:Cleveland TV Guide 3-KYW Cleveland NBC 5-WEWS Cleveland ABC 8-WJW Cleveland CBS 12 WICU Erie ABC-NBC 21-WFMJ Youngstown NBC

27-WKBN Youngstown CBS 35 WSEE Erie CBS 45-WKST Youngstown ABC 49-WAKR Akron ABC 7:30 3 This Land Is Ours 8AM 8 Camera Three 8:30 3 Numbers and Space 8:55 5 News-Ron Penfound 9AM 3 Geophysical Year 5 Cowboy G-Men 8 Looney Tunes 9:30 3 Kartoons For Kids 5 Cartoon Time 8-27 Captain Kangaroo 10AM 3-21 Howdy Doody 5 Christophers 12 Toy Time 10:30 3-21 Ruff and Reddy 5 Movie-Code Of The Lawless (Kirby Grant) 8 Mighty Mouse 27 Cartoon Classics 11AM 3-21 Fury 8-27 Heckle and Jeckle-Return 12 Movie-To Be Announced 11:30 3-21 Andy's Gang-Andy Devine 5 Liberace 8 Adventures In Music 27 Saturday Playhouse 49 Get Set, Go!-Variety Noon 3-21 True Story 5 Mr. Lollipop 8 RFD 12 Ramar 27-35 Jimmy Dean

49 Devotional Time 12:30 3-21 Detective's Diary 5 Telvideo Theater 8 Tomorrow-Science 12 High School Wrestling 27 Celebrity Theater 49 Movie-The Lost Trail (Johnny Mack Brown) 1PM 3 Movie-Along The Rio Grande (Tim Holt) 5 Movie-Riders Of The Range-1942 (Bob Steele) 8 Lone Ranger 21-35 Movie-TBA 27 Gene Autry 1:30 8-49 Rex Humbard 2PM 3-12-21 NBA Basketball-Minneapolis Lakers at NY Knicks (Knicks won 128-116) 5 New Horizons-Industry 8-27-35 NHL Hockey-Detroit at Boston (Bruins win 5-3) 49 Bowling Stars 2:30 5 Movie-Old Chisolm Trail (Johnny Mack Brown) 49 Medical Society-Public Service 3PM 45 Film Drama 49 Movie-The Man From Utah (John Wayne) 3:30 5 All-Star Golf 45 Film Drama 4PM 3 Through The Hooping Glass (cute) 21 Popcorn Party-Kids 45-49 All-Star Golf 4:15 12 Civil Defense-Public Service 4:30 3-21 Horse Race-Royal Palm Handicap from Hialeah 5-27 College Basketball-Jack Drees Iowa at Minnesota 8 Bandstand-Phil McLean 12 All-Star Golf 35 New Horizons 5PM 3 Meet Corliss Archer

21 Popeye 35 Man To Man-Religion 45 Movie-TBA 49 Movie-Ghost and Mrs. Muir 1947 5:15 35 Off To Adventure 5:30 3 TV Auction Party-Big Wilson 8 Frontier 12 Chalk it Up-Religion 35 Little Rascals 45 Film Drama 6PM 3 Mr. Wizard 5 Bowling Stars 8 Hawkeye 12 Rin Tin Tin 27 News, Sports 35 Movie-TBA 45 Travel Time 6:30 3 Lights, Camera, Questions 8 Annie Oakley 12 Broken Arrow-ABC 21 Get Set, Go! 6:45 5 Liberace 45 Our Miss Brooks 7PM 3 City Detective 5 Jamboree 8 Charlie Chan 12 Navy Log-ABC 21 Rumpus Room 27 Range Rider 45 Teen Time 49 Movie-Summer Holiday 1947 7:20 27 Ohio Story 7:30 3-12-21 People Are Funny-Art Linkletter 5-45 Keep It In The Family 8-27-35 Perry Mason 8PM 3-12-21 Pery Como-Color 5-45 Country Music Jubilee

8:30 8-27-35 Dick and The Duchess 49 Country Music Jubilee 9PM 3-12-21 Polly Bergen Show 5-45-49 Lawrence Welk 8-27-35 Oh! Susanna 9:30 3-12-21 Gisele McKenzie 8-35 Have Gun Will Travel 27 My Little Margie (You could say WKBN-27 had The Gale Storm Hour) 10PM 3-12-21 End Of The Rainbow 5-45 Mike Wallace 8-27-35 Gunsmoke 49 Movie-Parnell 1937 10:30 3-12-21 Your Hit Parade-Color 5 Four Star Theater 8 Silent Service 27 News Tonight 35 Championship Bowling 45 Movie-TBA 10:40 27 Movie-Lloyds of London 1936 11PM 3 News-Jay Miltner 5 Movie-The Whistler 1944 8 News-Jim Doney 12 Star Performance 21 Sports. Weather 11:05 3 Sports-Johnny Bell 11:10 3 Movie-Cry Havoc 1943 8 Sports-Doug Adair 11:15 8 Weather-Scotty Armstrong 21 Championship Bowling 11:30 12 Movie-The Wolf Man 1941 27 Wrestling 35 Movie-Footlight Serenade 1942 49 Movie-Laugh Your Blues Away 1943 12:15

21 Movie-The Caribbean Mystery 1945 12:30 3 News-Pete French 12:30 3 Movie-Betrayal Of The East 1AM 5 News-Court Stanton 8 Movie-The Mask Of Dijon 1946 Retro: Eastern Virginia Tuesday, March 19, 1968 From TV Guide, Eastern Virginia Edition: WTAR (WTKR) Ch. 3 Norfolk (CBS) 6 AM These Things We Share 6:15 Town And Country 6:25 Sunrise Semester: "Russian Literature" 6:55 Lift Up Mine Eyes 7:05 CBS News (Joseph Benti) 7:30 Flibbertigibbet 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Merv Griffin (Allen and Rossi, Selma Diamond, sound-effects comic Wes Harrison, the singing Five Bells) 10:30 Beverly Hillbillies 11 AM Andy Griffith (Howard Morris as Ernest T. Bass) 11:30 Dick Van Dyke 12 N Love Of Life 12:25 CBS News (Joseph Benti) 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 12:45 Guiding Light 1 PM Mildred Alexander 1:25 News 1:30 As The World Turns 2 PM Love Is A Many Splendored Thing 2:30 Art Linkletter's House Party (guests: author Jean-Pierre Hallet and singer Charles Vick) 3 PM To Tell The Truth 3:25 CBS News (Douglas Edwards) 3:30 Edge Of Night 4 PM Secret Storm 4:30 Movie: "The Lawless" 6 PM News, Weather, Sports 6:30 CBS News (Walter Cronkite) 7 PM Movie: "This Happy Feeling" 8:30 Red Skelton (guest: Eddy Arnold) 9:30 Good Morning World 10 PM Essay On English (Harry Reasoner and Andy Rooney show abuses of the English language) 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Joey Bishop (Stella Stevens, Lew Alcindor (Kareem Abdul Jabbar), Mike Warren (his UCLA teammate and

later, as Michael Warren, a regular on "Hill Street Blues"), Neil Diamond, comic Gene Baylos, pre-empted on Ch. 13) WSVA (WHSV) Ch. 3 Harrisonburg (NBC/CBS/ABC) NOTE: the affiliations were still listed this way, but Ch. 3 had almost completely dropped CBS by this time. 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Science Class 9:30 Art Class 10 AM Dating Game (delay from 4 PM) 10:30 This Morning (Dick Cavett) 12 N Bewitched 12:30 Treasure Isle 1 PM The Fugitive 2 PM Newlywed Game 2:30 Baby Game 2:55 Children's Doctor 3 PM General Hospital 3:30 Dark Shadows 4 PM Mike Douglas (co-hostess Mrs. Richard Hughes, wife of the governor of New Jersey; George Jessel, Al Martino, the musical Rhodes Brothers) 5:30 ABC News (Bob Young) 6 PM News, Weather, Sports (none of the ABC affiliates had local news in color, although Chs. 8 and 13 would by the fall) 6:30 Klub Kwiz 7 PM Bill Anderson 7:30 Garrison's Gorillas 8:30 It Takes A Thief 9:30 N.Y.P.D. (not to be confused with "NYPD Blue") 10 PM The Invaders 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Joey Bishop WTVR Ch. 6 Richmond (CBS) 6:30 Virginia Today 7:05 CBS News 7:30 Richmond Today 8:30 Sooper Dog 9 AM Captain Kangaroo 10 AM Candid Camera (people see an elevator door open-and a passenger taking a shower; people are served partially-eaten sandwiches) 10:30 Beverly Hillbillies 11 AM Andy Griffith 11:30 Dick Van Dyke 12 N Love Of Life 12:25 CBS News 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 12:45 Guiding Light 1 PM Girl Talk (guests: Eydie Gorme and Gretchen Wyler) 1:30 As The World Turns 2 PM Love Is A Many Splendored Thing

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 Sooper Dog 5 PM Rawhide 6 PM News, Weather, Sports 6:30 CBS News 7 PM News, Weather, Sports 7:30 Daktari 8:30 Red Skelton 9:30 Good Morning World 10 PM Essay On English 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Untouchables WXEX (WRIC) Ch. 8 Petersburg-Richmond (ABC) 7:50 Town And Country 8 AM Farm Show 8:30 Jack LaLanne 9 AM Dialing For Dollars 9:55 News (Rich Landrum) 10 AM Dating Game 10:30 This Morning 12 N Bewitched 12:30 Treasure Isle 1 PM The Fugitive 2 PM Newlywed Game 2:30 Baby Game 2:55 Children's Doctor 3 PM General Hospital 3:30 Dark Shadows 4 PM Merv Griffin (same as WTAR/WTKR, w/ "Dialing For Dollars") 5:30 ABC News 6 PM News, Weather, Sports 6:30 McHale's Navy 7 PM Arthur Smith 7:30 Garrison's Gorillas 8:30 It Takes A Thief 9:30 N.Y.P.D. 10 PM The Invaders 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Joey Bishop WAVY Ch. 10 Norfolk (NBC) 6:30 Farm Show 7 AM Today (Maurice Evans; New York Times associate editor James Reston; Norris and Ross McWhirter, editors of the "Guinness Book Of World Records") 9 AM Compass 10 AM Snap Judgment (Phyllis Kirk, Bill Cullen) 10:25 NBC News (Nancy Dickerson)

10:30 Concentration 11 AM Personality (Joan Fontaine, Jack E. Leonard, Frank Sinatra Jr.; on film: Nanette Fabray) 11:30 Hollywood Squares (Kaye Ballard, Shelley Berman, Janet Blair, Mel Brooks, Roger C. Carmel, Wally Cox, Abby Dalton, Jan Murray, Charley Weaver) 12 N Jeopardy! 12:30 Eye Guess 12:55 NBC News (Edwin Newman) 1 PM Girl Talk (same as Ch. 6) 1:30 Let's Make A Deal 2 PM Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 3:30 You Don't Say! (in Florida: Leonard Nimoy and Pat Carroll) 4 PM Match Game (Steve Allen and Jayne Meadows) 4:25 NBC News (Floyd Kalber) 4:30 Mike Douglas (co-host Allen Ludden, Pearl Bailey, comedian Ralph Pope, the Rhodes Brothers) 6 PM News, Weather, Sports 6:30 Huntley-Brinkley Report 7 PM I Love Lucy 7:30 I Dream Of Jeannie 8 PM Jerry Lewis (guests: Merv Griffin and Barbara Eden) 9 PM NBC Movie: "The Second Time Around" 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Tonight Show 1 AM Live And Learn 1:30 News WRVA (WWBT) Ch. 12 Richmond (NBC) 6:30 Town And Country 6:40 Table Talk 6:50 News 7 AM Today 9 AM Mike Douglas (co-hostess: soprano Anna Moffo; Frank Gifford, the Lettermen) 10 AM Snap Judgment 10:25 NBC News 10:30 Concentration 11 AM Personality 11:30 Hollywood Squares 12 N Jeopardy! 12:30 Eye Guess 12:55 NBC News 1 PM Match Game (Morey Amsterdam, Phyllis Newman, week-behind) 1:25 News 1:30 Let's Make A Deal 2 PM Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 3:30 You Don't Say! 4 PM Flintstones

4:30 Movie: "Tarzan's Peril" 5:50 News, Weather, Sports 6 PM Perry Mason 7 PM Huntley-Brinkley Report 7:30 I Dream Of Jeannie 8 PM Jerry Lewis 9 PM NBC Movie: "The Second Time Around" 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Tonight Show WVEC Ch. 13 Norfolk (ABC) 7:30 Cisco Kid 8 AM Comedy Time 8:30 Romper Room 9 AM Movie: "Danger Signal" 10:30 This Morning 12 N Bewitched 12:30 Treasure Isle 1 PM The Fugitive 2 PM Newlywed Game 2:30 Baby Game 2:55 Children's Doctor 3 PM General Hospital 3:30 Dark Shadows 4 PM Dating Game 4:30 Munsters 5 PM Bungles And His Friends 5:30 ABC News 6 PM News, Weather, Sports 6:30 Perry Mason 7:30 Garrison's Gorillas 8:30 It Takes A Thief 9:30 N.Y.P.D. 10 PM The Invaders 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:25 Movie: "She's Working Her Way Through College" (Ronald Reagan co-stars with Virginia Mayo in this one from '52) WHRO Ch. 15 Norfolk (NET) 8:05 Calculus 8:40 6th-grade Science 9:05 9th-grade Science 9:35 Speech 10 AM 8th-grade American History 10:25 Personal Finance 10:45 French II 11:05 9th-grade Social Studies 11:35 6th-grade Science 12 N 7th-grade Science 12:30 8th-grade American History 1 PM 3rd-grade Science 1:15 3rd-grade Art 1:35 8th-grade Science

2 PM 9th-grade Social Studies 2:30 7th-grade Science 3 PM off the air 6:45 Tale-A-Vision Time ("Snow White And The Seven Dwarfs") 7 PM What's New 7:30 French Chef 8 PM NET Festival (England's Glyndebourne Opera Festival, with scenes from "Don Giovanni" and the seldom-performed "L'Ormindo") 9 PM Minneapolis Symphony sign off 10 PM WCVE Ch. 23 Richmond (NET) 9:30 5th-grade Art 10 AM 6th-grade Language 10:30 7th-grade Science 11 AM 5th-grade Science 11:30 6th-grade Science nothing listed 12 N-1 PM 1 PM 4th-grade Art 1:30 2nd-grade Math 2 PM Supervisory Leadership nothing listed 2:30-3:30 PM 3:30 Psychology In The Classroom 4 PM off the air 7 PM What's New 7:30 RPI Presents (Richmond Polytechnic Institute) 8 PM Years Of Woodwinds 8:30 Encounter 9 PM Creative Person (the life and works of Thomas Mann) 9:30 Expanding Dimensions sign off 10 PM Retro: North Carolina Wednesday, March 19, 1975 From TV Guide, North Carolina Edition: WFMY Ch. 2 Greensboro (CBS) 6 AM Good Morning Show (clinical psychologist John Edwards discusses reactions to the economic crisis) 7:55 Devotions 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Old Rebel Show 9:30 Gomer Pyle, USMC 10 AM Joker's Wild 10:30 Gambit 11 AM Now You See It (Jack Narz) 11:30 Love Of Life 11:55 News (local) 12 N Young And The Restless

12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM Sandra And Friends (Richard Kirkman shows his display of handmade jewelry) 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 (Tom Bosley, Meredith MacRae, Fannie Flagg, Richard Dawson, Gary Burghoff, Brett Somers) 4 PM Mickey Mouse Club 4:30 Merv Griffin (Gene Hackman, Walter Pidgeon, Henry Fonda, Irwin Allen) 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News (Walter Cronkite) 7 PM Beat The Clock (guest: Charlie Callas) 7:30 Name That Tune (Tom Kennedy) 8 PM Tony Orlando And Dawn (guests: Kate Smith and Buddy Ebsen) 9 PM Cannon 10 PM A Flower Out Of Place (Johnny Cash, Linda Ronstadt, Roy Clark, and Foster Brooks perform at the Tennessee State Penitentiary) 11 PM News 11:30 CBS Movie: "The Vatican Affair" E (WUND/2 Columbia/Edenton, NC; WUNC/4 Chapel Hill; WUNK/25 Greenville, NC; WUNL/26 Winston-Salem; WUNJ/39 Wilmington, NC; WUNG/58 Concord, NC) (PBS) In-school programs until 12:30 Electric Company 1 PM In-school programs 2 PM Leadership For The Health Professional 2:30 In-school programs 4 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 4:30 Sesame Street 5:30 Electric Company 6 PM Your Future Is Now 6:30 Engineering Review 7 PM Instructional TV Utilization 7:30 General Assembly Today 8 PM Arabs And Israelis 8:30 Behind The Lines 9 PM Great Performances: "Pagliacci" sign off 10:30 PM WBTV Ch. 3 Charlotte (CBS) 6:35 Almanac 6:45 Morning Scene 7 AM CBS News (Hughes Rudd) 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Together (C.C. Cameron, head of a finance company, discusses the economy)

9:30 Tattletales (Alana and George Hamilton, Deidre and James Brown, Barbara Stuart and Dick Gautier, day-behind from 4 PM) 10 AM Joker's Wild 10:30 Gambit 11 AM Now You See It 11:30 Love Of Life 11:55 CBS News (Douglas Edwards) 12 N Scene At Noon (Tom Alsop and Ray Allison discuss Reading Is Fundamental) 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM Betty Feezor (a recipe for low-calorie dressing) 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 Gilligan's Island 4:30 The Lucy Show 5 PM Bonanza 6 PM News 7 PM CBS News 7:30 Treasure Hunt 8 PM Tony Orlando And Dawn 9 PM Cannon 10 PM The Manhunter (Ken Howard) 11 PM News 11:30 CBS Movie: "The Vatican Affair" WWAY Ch. 3 Wilmington, NC (ABC) 6:30 Arthur Smith 7 AM A.M. America (Bill Beutel, Stephanie Edwards; guest Jimmy Connors) 9 AM New Zoo Revue (guest: Jim Backus) 9:30 Coffeetalk (Steve Smith, director of the Columbus County Sheltered Workshop, discusses that event) 9:45 Movie: "Two Guys From Texas" 11:30 Brady Bunch 12 N Password (Nipsey Russell, Elaine Joyce) 12:30 Split Second 1 PM All My Children 1:30 Let's Make A Deal 2 PM $10,000 Pyramid (Tony Randall, Joey Heatherton) 2:30 Big Showdown 3 PM General Hospital 3:30 One Life To Live 4 PM Money Maze 4:30 Gilligan's Island 5 PM Gomer Pyle, USMC 5:30 The Lucy Show 6 PM News 6:30 ABC News (Howard K. Smith/Harry Reasoner) 7 PM Hogan's Heroes 7:30 Hollywood Squares 8 PM Muppet Show (pilot for what was arguably the biggest

new variety-show hit of the '70s--and all the networks turned it down) 8:30 Jane Goodall And The World Of Animal Behavior: "The Hyena Story" 9:30 Fashion Awards (John Davidson and Diahann Carroll host; guests: Ken Berry and Juliet Prowse) 11 PM News 11:30 Wide World Special: "The Guinness Book Of World Records" (David Frost hosts; in one segment Soupy Sales tries to catch a cream pie dropped from almost 50 feet) 1 AM News WRAL Ch. 5 Raleigh (ABC) 6 AM Arthur Smith 6:30 Farm News 6:55 Viewpoint 7 AM News 7:30 Time For Uncle Paul 8 AM A.M. America (joined in progress) 9 AM Mike Douglas (co-hostess Cybill Shepherd; Marilyn Michaels, Don McLean, singer Barbara Cook, director of the Presidential Clemency Board Charles Goodell) 10:30 Femme Fare (Bette Elliott) 11 AM Password (Vicki Lawrence, Betty White, week-behind) 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 $10,000 Pyramid 2:30 Big Showdown 3 PM General Hospital 3:30 One Life To Live 4 PM Flintstones 4:30 Andy Griffith (Bill Bixby as a rich man's son whom Andy arrests) 5 PM Bonanza 6 PM News 6:30 ABC News 7 PM Ironside 8 PM Muppet Show 8:30 Jane Goodall And The World Of Animal Behavior 9:30 Fashion Awards 11 PM News 11:30 Wide World Special WECT Ch. 6 Wilmington, NC (NBC) 6:30 Carolina In The Morning 7 AM Today (Jim Hartz, Barbara Walters; Warren Beatty discusses "Shampoo," in which he starred, co-wrote, and produced) 9 AM Mike Douglas (co-host Jerry Lewis, Marcel Marceau, mezzo-soprano Shirley Verrett, trained animals) 10 AM Celebrity Sweepstakes (Betty White, Darren McGavin,

Jim Nabors, Dan Rowan, Joey Bishop) 10:30 Wheel Of Fortune 11 AM High Rollers 11:30 Hollywood Squares (Arte Johnson, Totie Fields, Buck Owens, Vincent Price, George Gobel, Florence Henderson, Rich Little, Rose Marie, Paul Lynde) 12 N Jackpot! 12:30 Blank Check 12:55 NBC News (Edwin Newman) 1 PM Jim Burns 1:30 As The World Turns 2 PM Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 4 PM Somerset 4:30 Andy Griffith 5 PM Bonanza 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News (John Chancellor) 7 PM Family Affair 7:30 Beverly Hillbillies (Flatt and Scruggs guest) 8 PM Hallmark Hall Of Fame: "The Small Miracle" (a boy wants a miracle to save his dying donkey and thinks he can get it by bringing the animal to the tomb of St. Francis of Assisi, but the local priest says that bringing the donkey there would desecrate the tomb) 9 PM Lucas Tanner (David Hartman's last series before hosting "Good Morning America") 10 PM The Law (Judd Hirsch stars in this three-part miniseries-this is Part 1, in which he defends a divorcee whose minor stab wound to her ex-husband leads to his death and her trial for murder) 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show (guests: Peter Falk and Mac Davis) WITN Ch. 7 Washington, NC (NBC) 6 AM Almanac 7 AM Today 9 AM Mike Douglas (same as Ch. 5 without Charles Goodell) 10 AM Celebrity Sweepstakes 10:30 Wheel Of Fortune 11 AM High Rollers 11:30 Hollywood Squares 12 N News 12:30 Blank Check 12:55 NBC News 1 PM Jackpot! 1:30 How To Survive A Marriage 2 PM Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 4 PM Somerset 4:30 Bewitched 5 PM Wild Wild West

6 PM News 6:30 NBC News 7 PM Family Affair 7:30 Name That Tune 8 PM Hallmark Hall Of Fame 9 PM Lucas Tanner 10 PM The Law (Part 1) 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show WGHP Ch. 8 High Point (ABC) 6:30 Romper Room 7 AM A.M. America 9 AM Movie: "The Last Angry Man" 11 AM Password (same as Ch. 5) 11:30 Southern Exposure 12:30 Split Second 1 PM All My Children 1:30 Let's Make A Deal 2 PM $10,000 Pyramid 2:30 Big Showdown 3 PM General Hospital 3:30 One Life To Live 4 PM Movie: "Just For You" 6 PM News 6:30 ABC News 7 PM Truth Or Consequences 7:30 Garner Ted Armstrong Special: "The Hunger Bomb" 8 PM Muppet Show 8:30 Jane Goodall And The World Of Animal Behavior 9:30 Fashion Awards 11 PM News 11:30 Wide World Special 1 AM News WNCT Ch. 9 Greenville, NC (CBS) 6 AM Carolina Today 6:30 Morning Meditations 6:35 Carolina Today continues 8 AM CBS News 9 AM Captain Kangaroo 10 AM Joker's Wild 10:30 Gambit 11 AM Now You See It 11:30 Love Of Life 11:55 Take Kerr (Graham Kerr) 12 N News 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM Young And The Restless 1:30 As The World Turns 2 PM Guiding Light 2:30 Edge Of Night 3 PM Price Is Right

3:30 Match Game '75 4 PM Tattletales (in-pattern, otherwise same as WBTV) 4:30 Batman 5 PM Big Valley 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Truth Or Consequences 7:30 To Tell The Truth 8 PM Tony Orlando And Dawn 9 PM Cannon 10 PM The Manhunter 11 PM News 11:30 CBS Movie: "The Vatican Affair" WSOC Ch. 9 Charlotte (NBC) 6:15 Arthur Smith 6:45 On The House 7 AM Today 9 AM Ben Casey 10 AM Celebrity Sweepstakes 10:30 Wheel Of Fortune 11 AM High Rollers 11:30 Hollywood Squares 12 N News 12:30 Blank Check 12:55 NBC News 1 PM Truth Or Consequences 1:30 How To Survive A Marriage 2 PM Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 4 PM Mike Douglas (Virginia Graham subs for Mike; co-host Johnny Bench and his wife Vicki, Rocky Graziano, Sarah Vaughan) 5 PM The FBI 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News 7 PM To Tell The Truth (Kitty Carlisle, Bill Cullen, Peggy Cass, Orson Bean) 7:30 Adam-12 (week-behind delay from 8 PM) 8 PM Hallmark Hall Of Fame 9 PM Movie: "The Ipcress File" 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show 1 AM Tomorrow (topic: the martial arts) WIS Ch. 10 Columbia, SC (NBC) 6:45 Farm Report 7 AM Today 9 AM Today In Carolina 9:30 Knozit-Land 10 AM Celebrity Sweepstakes 10:30 Wheel Of Fortune

11 AM High Rollers 11:30 Hollywood Squares 12 N Jackpot! 12:30 Blank Check 12:55 News (local) 1:30 How To Survive A Marriage 2 PM Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 4 PM Mike Douglas (co-host Tony Randall; Ed Ames, Marty Allen, Vincent Gardenia, belly-dancer Laila) 5 PM Ironside 6 PM Truth Or Consequences 6:30 NBC News 7 PM News 7:30 Hollywood Squares (Helen Hayes, Ted Knight, Roy Clark, Tina Sinatra, Harvey Korman) 8 PM Hallmark Hall Of Fame 9 PM Lucas Tanner 10 PM The Law (Part 1) 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show 1 AM Tomorrow WTVD Ch. 11 Durham (CBS) 6:30 Sunrise Semester: "Music In The Romantic Era" 7 AM CBS News 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Peggy Mann 9:30 Tattletales (same as WBTV) 10 AM Joker's Wild 10:30 Gambit 11 AM Now You See It 11:30 Love Of Life 11:55 News (local) 12 N Young And The Restless 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM That Girl 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 McHale's Navy 4:30 Bewitched 5 PM Mod Squad 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Family Affair 7:30 Price Is Right 8 PM Tony Orlando And Dawn 9 PM Cannon 10 PM The Manhunter 11 PM News

11:30 CBS Movie: "The Vatican Affair" WCTI Ch. 12 New Bern (ABC) 6:30 New Zoo Revue 7 AM A.M. America 9 AM Montage 10 AM Beverly Hillbillies 10:30 Concentration (Jack Narz) 11 AM Money Maze 11:30 Brady Bunch 12 N Password 12:30 Split Second 1 PM All My Children 1:30 Let's Make A Deal 2 PM $10,000 Pyramid 2:30 Big Showdown 3 PM General Hospital 3:30 One Life To Live 4 PM Gilligan's Island 4:30 Little Rascals 5 PM That Girl 5:30 News 6 PM ABC News 6:30 Beat The Clock 7 PM Andy Griffith 7:30 Price Is Right 8 PM Muppet Show 8:30 Jane Goodall And The World Of Animal Behavior 9:30 Fashion Awards 11 PM News 11:30 Wide World Special 1 AM News WXII Ch. 12 Winston-Salem (NBC) 6 AM News 6:10 Today's Meditation 6:15 Carolina Living 6:30 Arthur Smith 7 AM Today 9 AM Phil Donahue (guests: the Fifth Dimension, from Miami Beach) 9:30 Midmorning (Alice Solomon discusses the Hadassa Art Show) 10:30 Wheel Of Fortune 11 AM High Rollers 11:30 Hollywood Squares 12 N Jackpot! 12:30 Blank Check 12:55 NBC News 1 PM Concentration 1:30 How To Survive A Marriage 2 PM Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World

4 PM Munsters 4:30 Gilligan's Island 5 PM Bonanza 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News 7 PM What's My Line? 7:30 To Tell The Truth 8 PM Hallmark Hall Of Fame 9 PM Lucas Tanner 10 PM The Law (Part 1) 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show 1 AM Tomorrow WBTW Ch. 13 Florence, SC (CBS/ABC) 6:15 Arthur Smith 6:45 Carolina Almanac 6:55 Jim Nesbitt 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM CBS News 10 AM Joker's Wild 10:30 Gambit 11 AM Now You See It 11:30 Love Of Life 11:55 CBS News 12 N Young And The Restless 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM All My Children 1:30 As The World Turns 2 PM Guiding Light 2:30 Edge Of Night 3 PM Price Is Right 3:30 Match Game '75 4 PM Tattletales 4:30 Brady Bunch 5 PM Bonanza 6 PM ABC News 6:30 News 7 PM CBS News 7:30 To Tell The Truth 8 PM Tony Orlando And Dawn 9 PM Cannon 10 PM The Manhunter 11 PM News 11:30 CBS Movie: "The Vatican Affair" WCCB Ch. 18 Charlotte (ABC) 7 AM A.M. America 9 AM Phil Donahue (men's liberation advocate Warren Farrell conducts a male beauty contest) 10 AM New Zoo Revue 10:30 Nanny And The Professor (Van Johnson as an uncle who gets involved in the kids' hassle) 11 AM Not For Women Only (pros and cons of volunteer

work, part 3) 11:30 News 12 N Password 12:30 Split Second 1 PM All My Children 1:30 Let's Make A Deal 2 PM $10,000 Pyramid 2:30 Big Showdown 3 PM General Hospital 3:30 One Life To Live 4 PM Money Maze 4:30 Brady Bunch 5 PM Mickey Mouse Club 5:30 News 6 PM ABC News 6:30 Superman 7 PM What's My Line? 7:30 Concentration 8 PM Muppet Show 8:30 Jane Goodall And The World Of Animal Behavior 9:30 Fashion Awards 11 PM News 11:30 Wide World Special WRDU (WRDC) Ch. 28 Durham (NBC) 7 AM Today 9 AM New Zoo Revue 9:30 Popeye 10 AM Celebrity Sweepstakes 10:30 Wheel Of Fortune 11 AM High Rollers 11:30 Hollywood Squares 12 N Jackpot! 12:30 Blank Check 12:55 NBC News 1 PM Not For Women Only (Part 3 on multiple births; guests: twin psychologists Judy Hagedorn and Janet Kizziar) 1:30 How To Survive A Marriage 2 PM Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 4 PM Somerset 4:30 What's Happening (community events) 4:35 Popeye 5 PM New Zoo Revue 5:30 TBA 6 PM Get Smart 6:30 News 7 PM NBC News 7:30 Porter Wagoner (guest: Doug Kershaw) 8 PM Hallmark Hall Of Fame 9 PM Lucas Tanner 10 PM The Law (Part 1) 11 PM News

11:30 Tonight Show WRET (WCNC) Ch. 36 Charlotte (Ind.) 7 AM Three Stooges And Pals 8 AM Patty Duke 8:30 Father Knows Best 9 AM Movie: "Never Say Goodbye" (watch for a pre-"Donna Reed Show" Shelley Fabares in this one from '56) 11 AM PTL Club 1 PM Movie: "This Woman Is Dangerous" 3 PM Popeye And Pals 3:30 Dennis The Menace 4 PM Spiderman 4:30 Flintstones 5 PM Leave It To Beaver 5:30 I Love Lucy (Lucy breaks the bank in Monte Carlo) 6 PM Beverly Hillbillies 6:30 Gomer Pyle, USMC 7 PM Andy Griffith (Howard Morris as Ernest T. Bass) 7:30 Hogan's Heroes 8 PM Burke's Law 9 PM Movie: "Grand Slam" 11 PM Night Gallery 11:30 Movie: "Girl On The Run" (pilot for "77 Sunset Strip," only here Edd Byrnes is the bad guy) WTVI Ch. 42 Charlotte (PBS) 4 PM Sesame Street 5 PM Electric Company 5:30 Villa Alegre 6 PM Sesame Street 7 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 7:30 The Romagnolis' Table (cooking) 8 PM Book Beat (Bob Greene discusses his book about Alice Cooper) 8:30 America (conclusion: Alistair Cooke takes viewers to a New Hampshire commune and to Hawaii, and discusses racial discrimination) 9 PM Alternative Futures 10 PM Consumer Survival Kit 10;30 You're On! (the Charlotte Council on Alcoholism) sign off 11 PM Retro: Great Falls, MT Monday, Nov. 11, 1974 Source: Great Falls Pennant (This newspaper was published from 11/9/1974 to 12/19/1974 during a Newspaper Guild strike against the Great Falls Tribune and the newspaper temporarily ceased daily publication). This is quite an interesting look back into the past of Great Falls television. However, I am having trouble deciphering the listings as it seems rather convoluted and includes stations that either no longer exist or were piped in from out of town. The listing doesnt, unfortunately, include a

breakdown of stations. KRTV-3 (NBC-CBS, listed as 3-11. 11 is the current Bresnan cable location for this station, but I have no idea if it actually represents a cable position at that point in time) AM 6:15 Understanding our world 6:45 Salute to Agriculture 7:00 Today (NBC) 8:00 Today in Montana 9:00 Now You See It (CBS) 9:30 Hollywood Squares (NBC) 10:00 Jackpot (NBC) 10:30 Celebrity Sweepstakes (NBC) 11:00 Winning Streak (NBC) 11:30 As the World Turns (CBS) PM 12:00 Days of Our Lives (NBC) 12:30 The Doctors (NBC) 1:00 Another World (NBC) 1:30 Match Game (CBS) 2:00 Tattletales (CBS) 2:30 Mike Douglas 4:00 Jokers Wild (CBS) 4:30 Cronkite News (CBS) 5:00 NBC News 5:30 MTN News 6:00 Gunsmoke 7:00 Born Free (NBC 8:00 Movie: Pete n Tillie (1972) 10:00 MTN News 10:30 Tonight Show AM 12:00 Tomorrow Show

KFBB-TV 5 (ABC-CBS-NBC, listed as 5-9, same information/question from above) AM 6:55 Farm News 7:00 Captain Kangaroo (CBS) 8:00 CBS (Morning?) News 9:00 Audrey 9:30 Jack LaLanne (ABC) 10:00 Young and the Restless (CBS) 10:30 Search for Tomorrow (CBS) 11:00 All My Children (ABC) 11:30 Lets Make a Deal (ABC) PM 12:00 Newlywed Game (ABC) 12:30 TV-5 News 1:00 General Hospital (ABC) 1:30 One Life to Live (ABC) 2:00 $20,000 Pyramid (ABC) 2:30 Name That Tune (NBC)

3:00 Jeopardy! (NBC) 3:30 Girl in My Life 4:00 Split Second (ABC) 4:30 Brady Bunch 5:00 Password (ABC) 5:30 TV-5 News 6:00 ABC News 6:30 Truth or Consequences 7:00 Monday Night Football: Minnesota @ St. Louis 10:00 TV-5 News 10:30 Movie: Gypsy Moths CJOC-7 Lethbridge (now CISA-Global) AM 6:00 Pinocchio 6:30 Wizard of Oz 7:00 Klaras Korner 7:30 Mon Ami 8:00 Juliette 8:30 Ed Allen 9:00 Come Alive 10:00 Schools 10:30 Dress Up 11:00 Sesame Street PM 12:00 Magic Show 12:30 Partridge Family 1:00 Movie 2:30 Edge of Night 3:00 Our Town 3:30 Take 30 4:00 Family Court 4:30 Dr. Zonk 5:00 Hollywood Squares 5:30 CJOC News 6:00 Rhoda 6:30 Lawrence Welk 7:30 Bingo 8:00 Mary Tyler Moore 8:30 This is the Law 9:00 Cannon 9:30 Caught in the Act 10:00 Old Timers 10:30 People of Our Times 11:00 National 11:30 Wide World of Entertainment AM 12:00 Movie: Days of Wine and Roses" Channel 10 (unknown, possibly a cable position for KCPX{KTVX}-Salt Lake City this might explain the missing listings during the daytime and primetime hours.) AM 6:25 Guideposts 6:30 Viewers Digest

7:00 Hotel Balderdash (this was a local Salt Lake City childrens show that aired on KCPX/KTVX) 8:30 News 8:45 Shelly Thomas 8:55 Doctor in the House 9:00 Beverly Hillbillies 10:00 - No Listing PM 3:30 Gilligan 4:00 Star Trek 5:30 Andy Griffith 6:00 News 6:30 Truth or Consequences 7:00 No listing 10:00 Mod Squad 11:00 News 11:30 Wide World of Entertainment Channel 6 (unknown, but possibly KHQ-Spokane) AM 7:00 Farm Home Report 7:30 Not for Women Only 8:00 No listing, but possibly NBCs Today 8:25 Earl Nightingale 9:25 Eyewitness News 9:30 Today Show 10:00 Nothing listed. 11:00 High Rollers PM 12:00 Nothing listed 12:30 Kaleidoscope 1:00 Nothing listed 3:30 Somerset 4:00 Bewitched 4:30 Huckleberry Hound 5:00 Merv Griffin 6:30 News 7:00 NBC News 7:30 To Tell the Truth 8:00 Truth or Consequences 8:30 Jimmy Dean 9:00 Nothing listed 10:00 Movie: "Taming of the Shrew" AM 12:00 News Channel 4 (unknown, but possibly KXLY-Spokane) AM 7:25 Farm Repots 7:30 Sunrise Semester 8:00 No listing 9:00 Captain Kangaroo 10:00 No listing 11:30 Love of Life 11:15 CBS News (this is how it is listed)

12:00 No listing 1:00 Dialing for Dollars 2:30 Edge of Night 3:00 Price is Right 3:30 No listing 4:00 Guiding Light 4:30 Gilligan 5:00 Movie: Carters Army 6:30 News 7:00 CBS News 7:30 Best of Groucho 8:00 Hogans Heros 8:30 TBA 10:00 Maude 10:30 No listing 11:00 Medical Center AM 12:00 News 12:30 Mating Game Channel 2 (unknown, but possibly KREM-Spokane) AM 8:00 Various 8:15 Intersect 8:30 Zoo Review 9:00 Kartoon Korner 9:30 No listing 10:00 Mike Douglas PM 12:00 Girl in My Life 12:30 World Today 1:00 No listing 4:30 Dealers Choice 5:00 Flintstones 5:30 Partridge Family 6:00 FBI 7:00 ABC News 7:30 World Today 8:00 No listing 11:00 Tony & Lena AM 12:00 News 12:30 Rock Concert Channel 8 (unknown PBS affiliate, and I do not have a clue where this is originating from) AM 9:10 Electric Company 10:00 Sesame Street 11:00 No listing PM 3:30 Yoga and You 4:00 Villa Allergra 4:30 Electric Company 5:00 Misterogers

5:30 Sesame Street 6:30 Zoom 7:00 Seven Scene 7:30 Washington Talk 8:00 In Performance 9:30 Caught in the Act 10:00 Bikinians 10:30 Motion Picture History 11:00 ABC News Retro:Cleveland (Akron)-Erie-Youngstown Monday, January 27, 1958 Source:TV Guide Cleveland Edition 7AM 3-12-21 Today-Dave Garroway 7:55 8 Morning Meditation 8AM 8-27 Captain Kangaroo 8:45 8 Mr. Banjo-Davey Herbert 27 Cartoon Carnival 8:55 3 News-Tom Haley 5 News-Court Stanton 12 Your Church-Religion 9AM 3 Movie (Cash On The Line)-The First Hundred Years 1938-Tom Haley 5 Fun Farm 12 Movie-TBA 21 Adelaide Snyder 27-35 Captain Kangaroo 9:15 8 Susie-Ann Sothern 9:30 5 Paige Palmer 9:45 27-35 CBS News-Richard C. Hottelet 9:55 8 News-Doug Adair 10AM 8-27-35 Garry Moore 12-21 Arlene Francis

10:15 5 Movie-Doorway To Suspicion 1954 10:25 3 Window-Women 10:30 3-12-21 Treasure Hunt-Jan Murray 8-27-35 Arthur Godfrey 11AM 3-12-21 Price Is Right-Bill Cullen 11:30 3-12-21 Truth Or Consequences-Bob Barker 5 Liberace 8-27-35 Dotto-Jack Narz-In its fourth daytime week-The show that began suspicion that game shows may be fixed, though Narz himself was cleared of any wrongdoing Noon 3-12-21 Tic Tac Dough-Gene Rayburn 5 News-Court Stanton 8-35 Hotel Cosmopolitan-serial 27 Cartoon Carnival 12:05 5 Noon Show Ron Penfound as Captain Penny 12:15 8-27-35 Love Of Life 12:30 3-12-21 It Could Be You-Bill Leyden 8-35 Search For Tomorrow 27 Movie-Appointment In Berlin-1943 12:45 8-35 Guiding Light 1PM 3 Movie-Wild Cargo 1934 Big Wilson 5 One O Clock Club-Dorothy Fuldheim 8 Movie-Glamour For Sale 1940 12 Tex and Jinx-Had been in radio since the 1940's. This was apparently their last TV series.. 35 Hy Yaple-Women 49 Movie-Salute To The Marines-1943-Apparently a repeat from Sunday 9PM 1:15 21 Kitchen Corner-Marjorie Mariner 1:30 12 Howard Miller-Color 35 As The World Turns 2PM

5 Our Niss Brooks 21 Howard Miller-Color 27-35 Beat The Clock-Bud Collyer 2:15 8 Alice Weston-Debut 2:30 5 Stu Erwin 8-27-35 House Party-Art Linkletter 12-21 Kitty Foyle-serial 2:55 3 News-Pete French 3PM 3-12-21 Matinee Theater-Matinee Theater was normally in color, but today appears to be in B@W unless there was a mistake on TV Guide's part-"Soldier's Boy" 5-45 American Bandstand-Dick Clark 8-27-35 Big Payoff-Randy Merriman 49 Movie-Private Nurse 1941 3:30 5-45 Do You Trust Your Wife?-Johnny Carson (Later changed title to Who Do You Trust?) 8-27-35 Verdict Is Yours 4PM 3-12-21 Queen For A Day 5-45-49 American Bandstand 8-35 Brighter Day 27 Caroon Classics 4:15 8-27-35 Secret Storm 4:30 8-35 Edge Of Night 27 Colonel Bleep (With other cartoons I would think..Can't see 90 minutes straight of Colonel Bleep..) 49 Operation Blackboard 4:45 3-12-21 Modern Romances 5PM 3 Dear Phoebe-Peter Lawford sitcom-NBC 5-12-45 Superman-George Reeves 8 As The World Turns 21 Fun House Gang 35 Movie-The Return Of Daniel Boone 1941 49 Movie-Valley Of Fear Johnny Mack Brown 5:30 3 Popeye-Linn Sheldon as Barnaby 5-12-45 Mickey Mouse Club

8 Beat The Clock 5:45 21 Popeye 6PM 3 Six O Clock Adventure-Brave Eagle, followed by Sky King 5 Captain Penny 8 Action at Six 12 Candy Cane Lane 27 My Little Margie 35 Popeye 45 What's New For You? 49 Looney Tunes 6:10 45 Weather, News, Sports 6:30 5 Dorothy Fuldheim 8 News, Sports 12-21-27 News, Sports, Weather 35 Gene Autry 6:45 5 News-Tom Field 8-27 CBS News-Douglas Edwards 12-21 Huntley-Brinkley Report 45 Our Miss Brooks 6:55 3 News-Pete French 5 Weather-Bill Prentice 49 Weather,News 7PM 3 Frontier Doctor 5 Waterfront 8 Badge 714 (Dragnet) 12 Walter Winchell 21 Death Valley Days 27 State Trooper 35 Erieland Newsreel 7:15 35 CBS News 45-49 ABC News-John Daly 7:30 3-12-21 Price Is Right-Color 5 Meet Your Schools 8-27-35 Robin Hood 45 Duffy's Tavern 49 Movie-Adam Had Four Sons 1941 (also aired Sunday Jan. 26 at 1PM)

8PM 3-12-21 Restless Gun 5-45 Love That Jill 8 Burns and Allen 27 Studio 57 35 Amos 'N' Andy 8:30 3-12-21 Wells Fargo 5-45 Bold Jouirney 8-27-35 Talent Scouts-Arthur Godfrey 9PM 3-12-21 Twenty-One-Jack Barry 5-45-49 Voice Of Firestone-Howard Barlow 8-27-35 Danny Thomas 9:30 3-12-21 Alcoa Theater 5-45-49 Top Tunes-Lawrence Welk 8-27-35 December Bride 10PM 3-12-21 Suspicion 8-27-35 Studio One 10:30 5 Bob Cummings Show (NBC-Tuesday 9:30) 45 News Sports Weather 49 TV Auction Party 11PM 3 News-Pete French 5 News-Tom Field 8-27 News-Warren Guthrie 12-21-35 News, Sports, Weather 45 Confidential File 49 Movie-Broadway Melody of 1938 (1937) 11:10 3 Weather-Joe Finan 8 Sports-John Fitzgerald 11:15 3 Sports-Bob Neal 5 Tonight-Johnathan Winters 8 Weather-Ken Armstrong 27 Movie-Thirteen Rue Madeline 1946 35 Movie-Tight Shoes 1941 11:20 3 Movie-Idiot's Delight 1939 8 Movie-The Flanagan Boy English 1954 21 University Story 11:30

12 Wrestling-Buffalo 21 Tonight-Jonathan Winters 45 Travel Time-Documentary 1AM 5 News-Bill Prentice Retro: Tri-Cities, Washington Sat, Mar 20, 1965 from Tri-City Herald via Google News Archive 2 KREM Spokane 4 KXLY Spokane 6 KHQ Spokane 9 KCTS Seattle (no Saturday programs) 19 KEPR Tri-Cities/KIMA Yakima 23 KNDO Yakima 25 KNDU Tri-Cities Morning 8:00 4-19 Mr. Mayor 8:30 6-23-25 Hector Heathcote 9:00 2 Sew with Us 4-19 Alvin 6-23-25 Underdog 9:30 2 Background 4 Tennessee Tuxedo 6-23-25 Fireball XL5 19 Casper 10:00 2-19 Shenanigans 4 Quick Draw McGraw 6-23-25 Dennis the Menace 10:30 2 Annie Oakley 4-19 Mighty Mouse 6-23-25 Fury 11:00 2 Casper 4-19 Linus the Lionhearted 6 NBC Sports in Action 23-25 Exploring 11:30 2 Porky Pig

4-19 Jetsons Afternoon noon 2 Bugs Bunny 4-19 Sky King 6-23-25 NIT Basketball Tournament: championship game 12:30 2 Hoppity Hooper 4-19 My Friend Flicka 1:00 2 American Bandstand 4 Movie 19 Porky Pig 1:30 19 News 2:00 2 Championship Bowling: semi-final, Billy Hardwick v Ray Bluth 6 Council of Churches 19 Annie Oakley 23-25 Breadbasket USA 2:30 6 Rocky & His Friends (Bullwinkle) 19 Alumni Fun 23-25 Big Three Golf: Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus, and Gary Player in the 6th of 8 matches in Hawaii 3:00 2 Youth Looks to the Future 4-19 CBS Golf Classic: on 4, Ken Venturi/Mike Souchak v Al Geiberger and Dan Sikes Jr; on 19, Bruce Devlin/Bob Charles v Sikes & Geiberger 6 Movie 3:30 2-23-25 Pro Bowlers Tour: Greater Detroit Continental Open 4:00 4 Wrestling 19 Movie 5:00 2-23-25 ABC Wide World of Sports: Buddy Werner Memorial International Alpine Ski Championship 4 Movie "Ulysses Against the Son of Hercules" 6 Big Three Golf: game 7 from Hawaii 5:30 19 International Showtime: Circus of the Little Mermaid (filmed in Copenhagen) Evening 6:00 6 News/Weather/Sports

6:30 2 Flintstones 4 Starlit Stairway 6 Rural Youth on Parade 19 Movie 23-25 Alcoa Preview 7:00 2 NCAA Basketball Tournament: championship game from Portland 4 Rifleman 6 Spotlight 7:30 4 Jackie Gleason 6-23-25 Flipper 8:00 6-23-25 Kentucky Jones 8:30 2-23-25 Lawrence Welk (a spring-themed show with guests Natalie Nevins and 9-yr-old pianist Steve Warner) 4-19 Gilligan's Island 6 Mr. Magoo "Don Quixote" (pt 1) 9:00 4 Entertainers 6-19 Movie "The Caddy" 9:30 2-23-25 Hollywood Palace (host Robert Goulet) 10:00 4 Gunsmoke 10:30 2 News 23-25 Alfred Hitchcock "Death Scene" 10:45 2 Movie "Battle Cry" 11:00 4-6 News 19 Movie "The Bravados" 11:15 4 Movie 6 Movie 11:30 23-25 Tonight Show RETRO PROVIDENCE/BOSTON TV- Wednesday April 20, 1988

Source: Providence Journal RETRO PROVIDENCE/BOSTON TV- Wednesday April 20, 1988 WLNE 6-CBS Providence 5:00 CBS News Nightwatch 6:00 Business This Morning 6:30 CBS News 7:00 This Morning 9:00 Movie- International Velvet 11:00 Price is Right Noon Peoples Court 12:30 Young & the Restless 1:30 Superior Court 2:00 As the World Turns 3:00 Guiding Light 4:00 Movie- The Satan Bug 6:00 WLNE 6 News (Dave Layman/Ann Daugherty/John Ghiorse/Ken Bell) 6:30 CBS Evening News 7:00 Win, Lose or Draw 7:30 Love Connection 8:00 Smothers Brothers 9:00 Jake and the Fatman 10:00 The Equalizer 11:00 WLNE 6 News 11:30 A Current Affair Mid. Hunter 1:10 Movie- Tuareg: The Desert Warrior (1983) 2:30 WLNE 6 News 3:00 CBS News Nightwatch WJAR 10-NBC Providence 5:45 Before Hours 6:00 NBC News at Sunrise 6:30 Newswatch 10 (Frank Coletta/Art Lake) 7:00 Today 9:00 Phil Donahue 10:00 Hour Magazine 11:00 Wheel of Fortune 11:30 Win, Lose or Draw Noon Newswatch 10 (Frank Coletta/Art Lake) 12:30 Sally Jessy Raphael 1:00 Days of Our Lives 2:00 Another World 3:00 Santa Barbara 4:00 Threes Company 4:30 Diffrent Strokes 5:00 Family Ties 5:30 Newswatch 10 (Doug White/Patrice Wood/Gary Ley/Frank Carpano) 6:30 NBC Nightly News 7:00 PM Magazine 7:30 Entertainment Tonight 8:00 Aarons Way 9:00 St. Elsewhere 10:00 Bronx Zoo

11:00 Newswatch 10 11:30 Tonight Show 12:30 Late Night with David Letterman 1:30 Newswatch 10 2:00 sign-off WPRI 12-ABC Providence 5:30 Morning Stretch 6:00 ABC World News This Morning/Channel 12 News 7:00 Good Morning America 9:00 Ryan's Hope 9:30 Loving 10:00 Wil Shriner 11:00 Whos The Boss 11:30 Home Noon Channel 12 News 12:30 Jeopardy! 1:00 All My Children 2:00 One Life to Live 3:00 General Hospital 4:00 Oprah Winfrey 5:00 M*A*S*H 5:30 Cheers 6:00 Channel 12 News (Walter Cryan/Janice Glynn/Ron St. Pierre/John Flanders) 6:30 ABC World News Tonight 7:00 Wheel of Fortune 7:30 Jeopardy! (The 7-8 oclock hour on Ch. 12 is still on there now) 8:00 Growing Pains 8:30 Head of The Class 9:00 Hooperman 9:30 Just in Time 10:00 Heartbeat 11:00 Channel 12 News 11:30 Nightline Mid. Divorce Court 12:30 Hollywood Squares 1:00 Channel 12 News 1:30 sign-off WSBE 36- PBS- Providence 8:30 Economics USA 9:00 Sesame Street 10:00 Raisin Up 10:15 Write Channel 10:30 American Scrapbook 10:45 Raisin Up 11:00 American Scrapbook 11:15 Reading for a Reason 11:30 Tax Whys 11:45 Bioscope Noon Math Works 12:15 All About You 12:30 Consumer Squad 12:50 Environmental Field Trip 1:00 Storylords 1:15 Math Works

1:30 High Feather 2:00 Equal Justice 2:30 America: The Second Century 3:30 Sesame Street 4:30 Mister Rogers 5:00 Reading Rainbow 5:30 3-2-1 Contact 6:00 Flower Shop 6:30 Modern Maturity 7:00 Nightly Business Report 7:30 State House Report 8:00 National Geographic Special 9:00 American Playhouse- Suspicion 10:30 Floridas Phantom Panthers 11:00 John McLaughlin 11:30 Nightly Business Report Mid. Sign-off WNAC 64-Fox Providence 6:00 Bionic Six 6:30 Jem 7:00 ThunderCats 7:30 Smurfs' Adventures 8:00 Scooby-Doo 8:30 My Little Pony 'n Friends 9:00 Little House on the Prairie 10:00 Bewitched 10:30 Green Acres 11:00 700 Club Noon Mister Ed 12:30 I Dream of Jeannie 1:00 Benson 1:30 Happy Days 2:00 Addams Family 2:30 Woody Woodpecker & Friends 3:00 Dennis the Menace 3:30 Real Ghostbusters 4:00 DuckTales 4:30 Double Dare 5:00 Silver Spoons 5:30 Gimme a Break! 6:00 Bosom Buddies 6:30 Barney Miller 7:00 Fall Guy 8:00 Mysteries of the Pyramids 10:00 Geraldo 11:00 Three Stooges Mid. Dog Racing 12:30 Classified Express 1:00 Late Show 2:00 sign-off WGBH 2-PBS Boston 6:45 AM Weather 7:00 Sesame Street

8:00 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 8:30 Sesame Street 9:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 10:00 Shalom Sesame 10:30 Nova 11:30 Sesame Street 12:30 Shalom Sesame 1:00 World of Survival 1:30 Wonderworks 2:30 Joy of Painting 3:00 French Chef 3:30 Sesame Street 4:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 5:00 Reading Rainbow 5:30 3-2-1 Contact 6:00 MacNeil-Lehrer NewsHour 7:00 Frugal Gourmet 7:30 World of Survival 8:00 National Geographic Special 9:00 American Playhouse- Suspicion 10:30 The Ten OClock News (Christopher Lydon/Carmen Harris) 11:00 Frontline 12:00 The Ten OClock News (repeat of 10 oclock) 12:30 sign-off WBZ 4-NBC Boston 5:00 Before Hours 5:30 Business This Morning 6:00 NBC News at Sunrise 6:30 Eyewitness News 7:00 Today 9:00 Wil Shriner 10:00 Hour Magazine 11:00 Wheel of Fortune 11:30 Scrabble Noon Eyewitness News (John Henning) 12:30 People are Talking 1:30 Love Connection 2:00 Days of Our Lives 3:00 Santa Barbara 4:00 Magnum, P.I. 5:00 People's Court 5:30 Live on 4 6:00 Eyewitness News (Liz Walker/Jack Williams/Bruce Schweglor/Bob Lobel) 7:00 NBC Nightly News 7:30 Evening Magazine 8:00 Time To Care (local special) 9:00 St. Elsewhere 10:00 Bronx Zoo 11:00 Eyewitness News 11:30 Tonight Show with Johnny Carson 12:30 Late Night with David Letterman 1:30 Eyewitness News 2:00 Evening Magazine 2:30 Hawaii Five-O 3:30 More Real People

4:00 People are Talking WCVB 5-ABC Boston 5:00 Chronicle 5:30 NewsCenter 5 (Jim Boyd/Susan Burke/Bob Copeland) 7:00 Good Morning America 9:00 Good Day! 10:00 Geraldo 11:00 Sally Jessy Raphael 11:30 Ryan's Hope Noon NewsCenter 5 12:30 Loving 1:00 All My Children 2:00 One Life to Live 3:00 General Hospital 4:00 Phil Donahue 5:00 Oprah Winfrey 6:00 NewsCenter 5 (Chet Curtis/Natalie Jacobson/Dick Albert/Mike Lynch) 7:00 ABC World News Tonight 7:30 Chronicle 8:00 Growing Pains 8:30 Head of The Class 9:00 Hooperman 9:30 Just in Time 10:00 Heartbeat 11:00 NewsCenter 5 11:30 Nightline Mid. Hill Street Blues 1:00 Divorce Court 1:30 Judge 2:00 NewsCenter 5 2:30 Dynasty 3:30 Hit Squad 4:00 Good Day! 4:55 Morning Glory WNEV 7-CBS Boston 5:00 CBS News Nightwatch 6:00 Ready to Go (children's show) 7:00 Today 9:00 Hollywood Squares 9:30 $25,000 Pyramid 10:00 Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous 10:30 Fame, Fortune and Romance 11:00 Price is Right Noon The New England News (Lester Strong/Todd Gross) 12:30 Young & the Restless 1:30 Bold & the Beautiful 2:00 As the World Turns 3:00 Guiding Light 4:00 Jeopardy! 4:30 $100,000 Pyramid 5:00 Live at 5:00 6:00 The New England News (R.D Sahl/Kate Sullivan/Harvey Leonard/John Dennis) 6:30 CBS Evening News 7:00 Wheel of Fortune

7:30 Jeopardy! 8:00 Mysteries of the Pyramid 10:00 The Equalizer 11:00 The New England News 11:35 Entertainment Tonight 12:05 Hunter 1:15 Movie- Tuareg: The Desert Warrior (1983) 2:35 The New England News 3:05 CBS News Nightwatch WFXT 25-Fox Boston 6:30 Macron I 7:00 Top Cat 7:30 Dinosaucers 8:00 Mighty Mouse 8:30 Casper 9:00 Mayberry RFD 9:30 Catholic Mass 10:00 Movie- Bare Knuckles 12:00 Dukes of Hazzard 1:00 CHiPs 2:00 Defenders of the Earth 2:30 Popeye 3:00 Alvin Show 3:30 Porky Pig 4:00 Bugs Bunny 4:30 The Jetsons 5:00 Double Dare 5:30 Happy Days 6:00 Diff'rent Stokes 6:30 Silver Spoons 7:00 Gimme A Break 7:30 A Current Affair 8:00 Benny Hill 11:00 Late Show Mid. Get Smart 12:30 I Love Lucy 1:00 sign-off WSBK 38-Ind Boston 5:00 Home Shopping Overnight 6:00 20 Minute Workout 6:30 Rambo 7:00 Ghostbusters 7:30 He-Man & the Masters of the Universe 8:00 She-Ra: Princess of Power 8:30 Bravestarr 9:00 Spiral Zone 9:30 Beverly Hillbillies 10:00 Andy Griffith 10:30 Alice 11:00 Dick Van Dyke 11:30 AM Boston (host Meg LaVigne) Noon Lou Grant 1:00 Trapper John, MD 2:00 Adventures of the Galaxy Rangers

2:30 Saber Rider & the Star Sheriffs 3:00 Scooby-Doo 3:30 Beverly Hills Teens 4:00 Comic Strip 4:30 DuckTales 5:00 Punky Brewster (x2) 6:00 Family Ties 6:30 Bosom Buddies 7:00 Cheers 7:30 NHL Hockey- Game 2 of the 1988 Adams Divisional Finals- Boston Bruins @ Montreal Canadiens 10:30 Odd Couple 11:00 M*A*S*H 11:30 The Street Mid. Hogans Heroes 12:30 Alfred Hitchcock Show 1:00 Twilight Zone 1:30 Alice 2:00 Home Shopping Overnight WGBX 44-PBS Boston 1:00 Gavel to Gavel 5:00 La Plaza 5:30 Modern Maturity 6:00 Sesame Street 7:00 Nightly Business Report 7:30 MacNeil-Lehrer NewsHour 8:30 Finnish Solution 9:30 Tony Browns Journal 10:00 News 10:30 Nightly Business Report 11:00 sign-off WLVI 56-Ind Boston 6:00 Bionic Six 6:30 Transformers 7:00 Dennis the Menace 7:30 Tom and Jerry 8:00 Bugs Bunny 8:30 Popeye 9:00 Jem 9:30 Popeye 10:00 Mighty Mouse 10:30 Zoobillee Zoo 11:00 Visions 11:30 CNN Headline News Noon Good Times 12:30 That Girl 1:00 Bewitched 1:30 I Dream of Jeannie 2:00 Woody Woodpecker & Friends 2:30 My Little Pony 'n Friends 3:00 Adventures of Teddy Ruxpin 3:30 Smurfs' Adventures 4:00 Real Ghostbusters 4:30 GI Joe

5:00 Brady Bunch (x2) 6:00 Three's Company 6:30 Webster 7:00 Facts of Life 7:30 Taxi 8:00 Movie- Airport 1975 (1974) 10:00 56 News at Ten 11:00 Newlywed Game 11:30 Dating Game Mid. INN News 12:30 Can You Be Thinner 1:00 sign-off WQTV 68-Ind Boston 5:30 Best of Groucho 6:30 Morning Bible Lesson 7:00 Pink Panther 8:00 Littlest Hobo 8:30 Addams Family 9:00 Munsters 9:30 Leave It to Beaver (x2) 10:30 Movie "The Invisible Man" (pilot for the series) Noon Bonanza 1:00 Big Valley 2:00 The Saint 3:00 Ironside 4:00 Streets of San Francisco 5:00 Scarecrow & Mrs. King 6:00 Barnaby Jones 7:00 Star Trek 8:00 Movie- Female Instinct 10:00 Rockford Files 11:00 Carol Burnett & Friends 11:30 Kojak 12:30 Bonanza 1:30 Movie3:30 MovieWHLL 27-Ind Worcester 7:00 PTL Club 8:00 To Be Announced 9:00 Jimmy Swaggart 9:30 Beverly Hills Diet 10:00 700 Club 11:00 Success N Life Noon Barnaby Jones 1:00 Movie- An Act of Murder 3:00 Sybervision 3:30 Superior Court 4:00 Movie- Warning from Space 5:30 To Be Announced 6:00 Mindpower 7:00 Folilplexx 7:30 Young and Beautiful 8:00 Movie- The Four Seasons 10:30 Movie- The Princess and the Pirate

12:30 Blackjack 1:00 sign-off WFSB 3-CBS Hartford 5:00 CBS News Nightwatch 6:00 Business This Morning 6:30 Eyewitness News 7:00 This Morning 9:00 $25,000 Pyramid 9:30 Card Sharks 10:00 Geraldo 11:00 Price is Right Noon Eyewitness News 12:30 Young & the Restless 1:30 Bold & the Beautiful 2:00 As the World Turns 3:00 Guiding Light 4:00 Oprah Winfrey 5:00 Eyewitness News 6:30 CBS Evening News 7:00 Entertainment Tonight 7:30 PM Magazine 8:00 Mysteries of the Pyramids 10:00 The Equalizer 11:00 Eyewitness News 11:35 Magnum, PI 12:35 Love Boat 1:35 Wil Shriner 2:35 Eyewitness News 3:10 CBS News Nightwatch 26 WTWS- Ind.- New London 7:00 Dudley Do-Right 7:30 Uncle Waldo 8:00 King Leonardo 8:30 Zoobillee Zoo 9:00 Daktari 10:00 700 Club 11:00 Sea Hunt 11:30 Three Stooges 12:00 Police Woman 1:00 Movie- Where Angels Go 3:00 Defenders of Earth 3:30 ThunderCats 4:00 Real Ghostbusters 4:30 Rin Tin Tin 5:00 Little House on the Prairie 6:00 T.J Hooker 7:00 Barney Miller (x2) 8:00 Movie- White Lightning 10:00 News 10:30 INN News 11:00 Soap 11:30 Grehound Racing Mid. Police Story 1:00 sign-off

Retro: Central Florida Monday, March 18, 1968 From TV Guide, Central Florida Edition: WESH Ch. 2 Daytona Beach/Orlando (NBC) 6:15 Sunshine Almanac 6:30 TV Classroom 7 AM Today (the entire program is devoted to a discussion of foreign-policy issues facing the U.S. in '68: Vietnam, the Middle East, China, the dollar drain, and foreign aid) 9 AM News, Editorial, Weather (Ch. 2 still has its local programs in black and white) 9:15 Focus 2 9:30 Hennesey 10 AM Snap Judgment (guests: Phyllis Kirk, Bill Cullen) 10:25 NBC News (Nancy Dickerson) 10:30 Concentration 11 AM Personality (Joan Fontaine, Jack E. Leonard, Frank Sinatra Jr.; on film: Peter Fonda) 11:30 Hollywood Squares (Kaye Ballard, Shelley Berman, Janet Blair, Mel Brooks, Roger C. Carmel, Wally Cox, Abby Dalton, Jan Murray, Charley Weaver) 12 N Jeopardy! 12:30 Eye Guess 12:55 NBC News (Edwin Newman) 1 PM News 1:05 Match Game (Morey Amsterdam, Phyllis Newman, delay from 4 PM) 1:30 Let's Make A Deal 2 PM Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 3:30 You Don't Say! (from Florida: Leonard Nimoy, Pat Carroll) 4 PM Mike Douglas (Allen Ludden, Stiller and Meara, the Turtles, guitarist Laurindo Almeida, flower arranger Blanche Scarlett Phelps) 5:30 Newscope 6 PM News, Weather, Sports 6:30 Huntley-Brinkley Report 7 PM Zane Grey Theater 7:30 Monkees 8 PM Bill Cosby Special (on this he performs "Little Old Man," his version of Stevie Wonder's "Up Tight") 9 PM Danny Thomas Hour ("The Wonderful World Of Burlesque," with Carol Channing, Mickey Rooney, Wayne Newton; cameos by Don Adams, Bill Cosby, Robert Culp, Phil Harris, Dean Martin) 10 PM I Spy (Bill Cosby seems to be on all evening, but at least in this--its last--season, Ch. 2 has seen fit to carry the show.)

11 PM News, Sports, Weather 11:25 Editorial 11:30 Tonight Show (guest: Vince Edwards) WEDU Ch. 3 Tampa (NET) 8:15 Americans 8:50 TBA 9:15 Book Fair 9:35 TBA 10 AM Navigator 10:25 TBA 10:45 United States History 11:10 Americans 11:40 Book Fair 12:05 TBA 12:35 Math Club 1 PM Musical Interlude 1:05 All About You 1:25 Horizons Of Science 1:50 TBA 2:15 Musical Interlude 2:20 Math On The Move 2:45 Americans 3:15 Humanities 3:45 Sew Easy 4:45 Friendly Giant 5 PM What's New 5:30 Misterogers (premiere of what will become "Mister Rogers' Neighborhood") 6 PM Casals Master Class 6:30 Humanities 7 PM What's New 7:30 American Economy 8 PM Folk Guitar 8:30 Cultures And Continents (the cultural heritage of the Philippines) 9 PM NET Journal ("Right Of Privacy," about eavesdropping practices by business and government) 10 PM Trial Balance 10:30 Studio J.C. WDBO (WKMG) Ch. 6 Orlando (CBS) 6:10 News, Weather 6:15 Sunshine Almanac 6:30 Sunrise Semester: "Near East" 7 AM News 7:05 CBS News (Joseph Benti) 7:30 Lone Ranger (the original) 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Romper Room 9:30 Merv Griffin (Robert Merrill, David Frost, comedian Georgie Kaye, singer Lynn Kellogg, society columnist Doris Lilly, "your obedient servant" Arthur Treacher)

10:30 Beverly Hillbillies (Flatt and Scruggs take part in a soap commercial) 11 AM Andy Griffith (Jack Burns' first appearance as Warren, Barney's short-lived replacement) 11:30 Dick Van Dyke 12 N Love Of Life 12:25 CBS News (Joseph Benti) 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 12:45 Guiding Light 1 PM Girl Talk (Virginia Graham) 1:30 As The World Turns 2 PM Love Is A Many Splendored Thing 2:30 Art Linkletter's House Party (frequent guest Dr. James Peterson) 3 PM To Tell The Truth 3:25 CBS News (Douglas Edwards) 3:30 Edge Of Night 4 PM Secret Storm 4:30 Flintstones 5 PM McHale's Navy 5:30 Truth Or Consequences 6 PM News, Sports, Weather 6:30 CBS News (Walter Cronkite) 7 PM Movie: "Johnny Tiger" (filmed in the Everglades, from '66) 9 PM Andy Griffith 9:30 Family Affair (watch for Betty Lynn, a/k/a Thelma Lou, in this one) 10 PM Carol Burnett (Jack Jones, Tim Conway) 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Movie: "Untamed Youth" (I read recently that Mamie Van Doren, who starred in this '57 flick, is trying to make a comeback as a country singer.) WFLA Ch. 8 Tampa (NBC) 6:30 RFD Florida 7 AM Today 9 AM Pat Boone (Godfrey Cambridge, Don Rickles, Anna Maria Alberghetti, Johnny Tillotson) 10:30 Concentration 11 AM Personality 11:30 Hollywood Squares 12 N Jeopardy! 12:30 Eye Guess 12:55 NBC News 1 PM News, Sports, Weather 1:30 Let's Make A Deal 2 PM Password (the 1965-67 color shows; Ch. 8 must have felt it could win an audience away from Ch. 13 by airing it in its old CBS timeslot) 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 3:30 You Don't Say! 4 PM Match Game (Steve Allen, Jayne Meadows) 4:25 NBC News (Floyd Kalber)

4:30 Merv Griffin (same as Ch. 6) 6 PM News, Sports, Weather 6:30 Huntley-Brinkley Report 7 PM Thunderbirds 7:30 Monkees 8 PM Bill Cosby Special 9 PM Danny Thomas Hour 10 PM I Spy 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Tonight Show WFTV Ch. 9 Orlando (ABC) 7 AM Milton The Monster (delay from Sun 9:30 AM, bw) 7:30 Circus Parade 8 AM Journey To The Center Of The Earth (delay from Sat 10:30 AM, bw) 8:30 Fran Carlton 9 AM The Fugitive (delay from 1 PM) 10 AM Dating Game (delay from 4 PM, color) 10:30 This Morning (Dick Cavett) 12 N Bewitched 12:30 Treasure Isle 1 PM Channel 9 Daytime (Jimmie Harper) 2 PM Newlywed Game 2:30 Baby Game 2:55 Children's Doctor 3 PM General Hospital 3:30 Dark Shadows 4 PM Movie: "Feudin', Fussin' And A Fightin'" (watch for Marjorie Main and Percy Kilbride (Ma and Pa Kettle) and Joe Besser in this one from '48) 5:30 ABC News (Bob Young) 6 PM News, Sports, Weather 6:25 Editorial (Ray Ruester) 6:30 Of Lands And Seas 7:30 Cowboy In Africa 8:30 Rat Patrol 9 PM Felony Squad (the Professor--Russell Johnson-appears in this episode) 9:30 Peyton Place 10 PM Big Valley (watch for Regis Philbin as a reporter covering a political campaign in which Jarrod tries to prove that smears directed at a friend are lies) 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:20 Editorial, Sports 11:30 Joey Bishop (Jerry Vale, Lesley Gore) WLCY (WTSP) Ch. 10 St. Petersburg (ABC) 7 AM Sunshine Almanac 7:15 Open Mike 7:45 News 8 AM Good Morning 8:30 Ed Allen Time

9 AM Romper Room 10 AM Loretta Young 10:30 This Morning 12 N Bewitched 12:30 Treasure Isle 1 PM The Fugitive 2 PM Newlywed Game 2:30 Baby Game 2:55 Children's Doctor 3 PM General Hospital 3:30 Dark Shadows 4 PM Dating Game 4:30 Gilligan's Island 5 PM News, Sports, Weather 5:30 ABC News 6 PM Untouchables 7 PM Travel And Adventure 7:30 Cowboy In Africa 8:30 Rat Patrol 9 PM Felony Squad 9:30 Peyton Place 10 PM Big Valley 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Movie: "Strike It Rich" (from '48 but nothing to do with the game show--this one's about an oil prospector who strikes it rich and becomes a political influence) WINK Ch. 11 Ft. Myers (CBS) 6:45 Sunshine Almanac 7 AM Edison Jr. College 7:30 CBS News 7:55 Informacast 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Jack LaLanne 9:30 PDQ (revived in 1973 as "Baffle") 10 AM Candid Camera (a driver finds his car floating into the air; supermarket displays fall down when customers blow a toy flute) 10:30 Beverly Hillbillies 11 AM Andy Griffith 11:30 Dick Van Dyke 12 N News, Weather 12:25 CBS News 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 12:45 Guiding Light 1 PM Love Of Life 1:25 News, Sports, Weather 1:30 As The World Turns 2 PM Love Is A Many Splendored Thing 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 Flintstones 5 PM Mike Douglas (co-host Jack E. Leonard, Vincent Price, Paul Anka, guitarist Al Caiola) 6:30 News, Sports, Weather 7 PM CBS News 7:30 Gunsmoke 8:30 The Lucy Show (Frankie Avalon as Mr. Cheever's nephew Tommy) 9 PM Andy Griffith 9:30 Family Affair 10 PM Carol Burnett 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:15 Movie: "Make Mine Laughs" (this '49 musical-comedy features a variety of nostalgia figures: Ray Bolger, Anne Shirley, Dennis Day, Joan Davis, Jack Haley, Leon Errol, Frances Langford) WTVT Ch. 13 Tampa (CBS) 6:15 Weather 6:30 A.M. 7 AM News, Weather 7:05 CBS News 7:30 News, Weather 7:45 A.M. 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Mike Douglas (co-hostess opera singer Anna Moffo, Vice President Hubert Humphrey, Miriam Makeba, Pat Cooper) 10:30 Secret Storm 11 AM Andy Griffith 11:30 Dick Van Dyke 12 N News, Weather 12:20 Farm Report 12:25 CBS News 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 12:45 Guiding Light 1 PM Love Of Life 1:25 Tampa Bay Topics 1:30 As The World Turns 2 PM Love Is A Many Splendored Thing 2:30 Art Linkletter's House Party 3 PM To Tell The Truth 3:25 CBS News 3:30 Edge Of Night 4 PM Flintstones 4:30 Perry Mason 5:30 News, Sports, Weather 6 PM News, Sports, Weather 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Movie: "The Stratton Story" (Jimmy Stewart as baseball pitcher Monty Stratton, who lost a leg in a hunting accident, and his efforts to return to the game with an artificial leg--one of several pairings of Stewart and June Allyson, from '49)

9 PM Andy Griffith 9:30 Family Affair 10 PM Carol Burnett 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:20 Editorial, News 11:30 Joey Bishop (pre-empted on Ch. 10--a few other CBS affiliates carried this when the ABC station opted to stick with movies; for example, the CBS affiliates in Charlotte and Norfolk) WSUN Ch. 38 St. Petersburg (Ind.) 2:30 Movie: "That Hamilton Woman" 4 PM Bozo The Clown 4:30 Astro Boy 5 PM Highway Patrol 5:30 Bat Masterson 6 PM Shotgun Slade 6:30 Hawaii Calls 7 PM Movie: "Doll Face" 8:30 Keyhole sign off 9 PM Retro: Kentucky Saturday, March 18, 1967 From TV Guide, Kentucky Edition All programs are in color unless indicated by (bw). WAVE Ch. 3 Louisville (NBC) 6:45 Light Time (a little Greek girl discusses the discomforts her grandmother experienced when she immigrated to the U.S., bw) 7 AM Farming With Jack Crowner (bw) 7:30 Movie: "Tom Sawyer" (from '38) 9 AM Super 6 9:30 Atom Ant 10 AM Flintstones 10:30 Space Kidettes 11 AM Secret Squirrel 11:30 Jetsons 12 N Cool McCool (bw) 12:30 The Smithsonian (how creatures adapt to their environments) 1 PM Animal Secrets (how the brain develops from birth--comparisons of the size of the human brain to that of various animals show the capacity to learn) 1:30 Kentucky Afield 2 PM Championship Bowling: Wayne Zahn vs. Dave Davis 3 PM The Vine (the life of Christ as seen through His eyes-what he might have thought about certain key events such as the miracles, the Last Supper, and the Crucifixion) 4 PM Laramie

5 PM Country Music 5:30 Porter Wagoner (guest: Bobby Lewis) 6 PM News, Weather And Sports 6:30 Teen Beat 7 PM Let's Go To The Races 7:30 Flipper 8 PM Kentucky High School Basketball Championship (bw) 10 PM America's Junior Miss Pageant (John Forsythe, Anita Bryant, and Bobby Rydell host, time approximate) 11 PM News, Weather And Sports 11:15 Movie: "The Violent Men" (bw) 1:05 Local News And Weather (bw) WLW-T Ch. 5 Cincinnati (NBC) 7 AM Farm Report (bw) 7:30 Mr. Hop 8:30 Marine Boy 9 AM Super 6 9:30 Atom Ant 10 AM Flintstones 10:30 Space Kidettes 11 AM Secret Squirrel 11:30 Jetsons 12 N Cool McCool (bw) 12:30 The Smithsonian 1 PM Wild Kingdom (delay from Sun 5 PM) 1:30 It's Academic 2 PM Perspective On Greatness (bw) 3 PM The Vine 4 PM Vagabond (travelogue) 4:30 Movie: "The Midnight Story" (bw) 6 PM News, Weather And Sports 6:30 Midwestern Hayride (guest: Charlie Louvin) 7:30 Ohio Class AA High School Basketball Championship (bw) 9 PM NBC Movie: "Sword Of Lancelot" (time approximate) 11:30 News, Weather And Sports 12 M Movie: "The Informer" (bw) WCPO Ch. 9 Cincinnati (CBS) 5:50 Farm News (bw) 6 AM Sunrise Semester: "Early Middle Ages" (bw) 6:30 College Guide (Muskingum College, New Concord, Ohio) (bw) 7 AM Funny Company 7:30 Play It Safe (bw) 8 AM Cartoons A Go-Go (bw) 9 AM Mighty Mouse And The Mighty Heroes 9:30 Underdog 10 AM Frankenstein Jr. And The Impossibles 10:30 Space Ghost 11 AM New Adventures Of Superman (animated) 11:30 Lone Ranger (animated) 12 N Road Runner

12:30 Beagles 1 PM Big Time Wrestling (bw) 2 PM NIT Basketball Championship (all I know is that Southern Illinois won) 4 PM Gadabout Gaddis (time approximate) 4:30 Horse Race: The Paumonok Handicap, 6 furlongs for three-year-olds, live from Aqueduct 5 PM CBS Golf Classic: Phil Rodgers and Gene Littler vs. Tom Weiskopf and Mason Rudolph in a quarterfinal match from Firestone Country Club in Akron, Ohio (delay from 4 PM) 6 PM News, Weather And Sports 6:30 Outer Limits (bw) 7:30 Jackie Gleason (Honeymooners: tickets for the lodge dance have zoomed since Ralph said he could get his pal Jackie Gleason to appear, but--of course--Gleason never heard of the Brooklyn bus driver) 8:30 Mission: Impossible 9:30 Pistols 'n' Petticoats 10 PM Gunsmoke 11 PM News, Weather And Sports 11:30 Movie: "The Nun And The Sergeant" (bw) 1 AM Movies: "Kronos," "The Moon Is Down," "Showdown At Boot Hill," "Tampico" (all bw) WHAS Ch. 11 Louisville (CBS) 7 AM Sunrise Semester (bw) 7:30 Fisbie Funnies (bw) 8 AM Captain Kangaroo (bw) 9 AM Mighty Mouse And The Mighty Heroes 9:30 Underdog 10 AM Frankenstein Jr. And The Impossibles 10:30 Space Ghost 11 AM New Adventures Of Superman 11:30 Lone Ranger (animated) 12 N Road Runner 12:30 Beagles 1 PM Tom And Jerry 1:30 Highway Patrol (bw) 2 PM NIT Basketball Championship 4 PM CBS Golf Classic (time approximate) 5 PM Horse Race: Paumonok Handicap (taped) 5:30 Hi-Varieties (bw) 6:25 Local News (bw) 6:30 CBS News (Roger Mudd) 7 PM Hayloft Hoedown (bw) 7:30 Jackie Gleason 8:30 Mission: Impossible 9:30 Pistols 'n' Petticoats 10 PM Gunsmoke 11 PM News, Weather, Sports (bw) 11:30 Movie: "Cattle Empire" (bw) WKRC Ch. 12 Cincinnati (ABC)

6:45 Davey And Goliath 7 AM Discovery '67 (life for American kids in Moscow, bw, delay from Sun 11:30 AM) 7:30 Linus The Lionhearted (delay from Sun 10 AM) 8 AM Movie: "The Little Colonel" (Shirley Temple, from '35, bw) 9:30 Porky Pig 10 AM King Kong 10:30 Beatles 11 AM New Casper Cartoon Show 11:30 Milton The Monster 12 N Bugs Bunny 12:30 Magilla Gorilla 1 PM Hoppity Hooper 1:30 Movie: "Spook Chasers" (bw) 2:30 Time Tunnel (delayed from some previous Fri 8 PM, normally Ch. 12 aired this show in pattern) 3:30 Pro Bowlers Tour (Tampa Bay Open, bw) 5 PM Wide World Of Sports (skiing's American International Team Races) 6:30 Death Valley Days 7 PM Matches And Mates 7:30 Dating Game 8 PM Dialogue (special on current religious news, bw) 8:30 Lawrence Welk (Little Wally, accordion-playing leader of a Midwestern polka band, is guest) 9:30 Hollywood Palace (host George Burns, the King Family, Lainie Kazan, Enzo Stuarti, English music-hall comics Desmond and Marks, Baby Sabu the elephant) 10:30 Big Valley (delay from Mon 10 PM) 11:30 ABC News (anchor not given) 11:45 Movie: "War Of The Satellites" (bw) 1:15 See The U.S.A. (an automobile tour of Michigan-given the title I wonder if Chevrolet sponsored this show--remember Dinah Shore singing "See the U.S.A. in your Chevrolet"?) WFPK (WKPC) Ch. 15 Louisville (NET) off air on Saturday WLEX Ch. 18 Lexington (NBC/CBS) 7 AM Agriculture U.S.A. 7:30 Mighty Mouse And The Mighty Heroes (bw) 8 AM Marine Boy 8:30 Frankenstein Jr. And The Impossibles 9 AM Super 6 9:30 Atom Ant 10 AM Flintstones 10:30 Space Ghost 11 AM Secret Squirrel 11:30 Lone Ranger (animated) 12 N Road Runner 12:30 The Smithsonian 1 PM Animal Secrets 1:30 New Shapes In Education

2 PM NIT Basketball Championship 4 PM Film Short (bw) 4:15 Film Short (bw) 4:30 Horse Racing: Paumonok Handicap 5 PM Country Music 5:30 Flatt And Scruggs (guest: Grandpa Jones) 6 PM Porter Wagoner (guests: the Willis Brothers) 6:30 Buck Owens 7 PM Flipper (week delay from 7:30) 7:30 Drag Racing: American Hot Rod Association's 1966 World Points Championship 8 PM Kentucky High School Basketball Championship (bw) 10 PM America's Junior Miss Pageant (time approximate) 11 PM News, Weather And Sports 11:30 Movie: "Inferno" (bw) WKYT Ch. 27 Lexington (ABC/CBS) 8:30 Beany And Cecil (delay from Sun 9:30 AM, bw) 9 AM Bugs Bunny (delay from noon, bw) 9:30 Porky Pig 10 AM King Kong 10:30 Beatles 11 AM New Casper Cartoon Show 11:30 Milton The Monster 12 N Tobacco Talk 12:15 Farm Weather 12:30 Magilla Gorilla 1 PM Hoppity Hooper 1:30 American Bandstand (guests: the Hard Times and Marvin Gaye, bw) 2:30 Circle 8 (square dancing, bw) 3 PM Film Feature: "Oceanography: Science For Survival" 3:30 Pro Bowlers Tour 5 PM Wide World Of Sports 6:30 Ernest Tubb (bw) 7 PM Let's Go To The Races 7:30 Dating Game 8 PM Newlywed Game 8:30 Lawrence Welk 9:30 Hollywood Palace 10:30 Rango (delay from Fri 9 PM) 11 PM News, Weather, Sports (bw) 11:30 NCAA Basketball Tournament: West Regional final (bw) (Ch. 12 will carry if UCLA reaches this game; they did and went on to win it all by beating Dayton 79-64) WLKY Ch. 32 Louisville (ABC) 9 AM Fireball XL-5 (bw) 9:30 Porky Pig 10 AM King Kong 10:30 Beatles 11 AM New Casper Cartoon Show

11:30 Milton The Monster 12 N Sports Film (bw) 12:15 Indiana High School Basketball Semifinals (bw) 3:30 Pro Bowlers Tour (time approximate, bw) 5 PM Wide World Of Sports 6:30 Wackiest Ship In The Army 7:30 Dating Game 8 PM Indiana High School Basketball Finals (bw) 9:30 Hollywood Palace (time approximate) 10:30 ABC Movie: "Wild In The Country" (Elvis Presley, delay from Wed 9 PM, bw) 12:30 ABC News Retro: Kentucky Thursday, March 16, 1967 From TV Guide, Kentucky Edition All programs are in color unless indicated by (bw). WAVE Ch. 3 Louisville (NBC) 6:45 Today On The Farm (Jack Crowner) 7 AM Today (Beatrice Lillie; Israeli news correspondent Amos Elon talks about his book on the new image of Germany. Hugh Downs, Barbara Walters, Frank Blair) 9 AM Morning Show (w/"Dialing For Dollars") 9:55 News (Bob Kay) 10 AM Reach For The Stars 10:25 NBC News (Sander Vanocur) 10:30 Concentration 11 AM Pat Boone (guest: Pat Harrington Jr.) 11:30 Hollywood Squares (guests: Glenn Ford, Ruta Lee, George Maharis, Judy Carne, Fred Clark) 12 N Jeopardy! 12:30 Eye Guess 12:55 NBC News (Edwin Newman) 1 PM Dr. Kildare (bw) w/"Dialing For Dollars" in color 2 PM Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 3:30 You Don't Say! (guests: Jane Wyatt and Brian Keith) 4 PM Movie: "Mystery Submarine" (bw) 5:30 Woody Woodpecker 6 PM News, Weather And Sports 6:30 Huntley-Brinkley Report 7 PM Death Valley Days 7:30 Project 20: "End Of The Trail," a chronicle of the Plains Indians (pre-empts "Daniel Boone") 8:30 Circus (Roy Rogers and Dale Evans host this 97th edition of the Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey Circus, pre-empts "Star Trek") 9:30 Dragnet 1967 10 PM Dean Martin (guests: Ella Fitzgerald, Edie Adams, Red Buttons, Dom DeLuise) 11 PM News, Weather And Sports 11:30 Tonight Show (guest: George Burns)

WLW-T Ch. 5 Cincinnati (NBC) 6 AM University Of Michigan (bw) 6:30 Good Morning 6:55 Five Minutes To Live By 7 AM Today 9 AM Paul Dixon 10:30 Concentration 11 AM Pat Boone 11:30 Hollywood Squares 12 N 50-50 Club (don't know if Bob Braun had replaced Ruth Lyons) 1:30 Let's Make A Deal 1:55 NBC News (Nancy Dickerson) 2 PM Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 3:30 You Don't Say! 4 PM Afternoon Show 5:30 News, Weather And Sports 6:30 Huntley-Brinkley Report 7 PM Safari (tour of Italy) 7:30 Project 20 8:30 Circus (see Ch. 3) 9:30 Dragnet 1967 10 PM Dean Martin 11 PM News, Weather And Sports 11:30 Tonight Show WCPO Ch. 9 Cincinnati (CBS) 5:50 Farm News (bw) 6 AM Sunrise Semester: "Early Middle Ages" (bw) 6:30 Young World 7 AM Local News 7:05 CBS News (Joseph Benti) 7:30 Bozo The Clown 8 AM Captain Kangaroo (bw) 9 AM Uncle Al (bw) 10:30 Secret Storm (delay from 4 PM, bw) 11 AM Andy Griffith (bw) 11:30 Dick Van Dyke (bw) 12 N Noon Report 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 12:45 Guiding Light 1 PM Love Of Life (delay from noon, bw) 1:25 CBS News (Joseph Benti, delay from 12:25) 1:30 As The World Turns 2 PM Password (guests: Phil Ford and Mimi Hines) 2:30 Art Linkletter's House Party (a boy returns with the puppy he was given to train) 3 PM To Tell The Truth 3:25 CBS News (Douglas Edwards) 3:30 Edge Of Night (bw) 4 PM Beverly Hillbillies (delay from 10:30 AM, bw)

4:30 Mike Douglas (co-host Van Johnson, Joey Heatherton and her brother Dick, golf pro Doug Sanders, Pete Fountain and his Dixieland band, "Simon Says" expert Alan Tresser, bw) 6 PM News, Weather And Sports 6:30 Woody Woodpecker 7 PM McHale's Navy (bw) 7:30 Coliseum (host Donald O'Connor, the Young Americans, Albert Rix and his bears, Fakir the "human pincushion", daredevil aerialists the Kimris Duo, Herriott's Ponies, balancing trio the Queens) 8:30 My Three Sons 9 PM Movie: "A Certain Smile" 11 PM News, Weather And Sports 11:30 Movie: "The Big Knife" (bw) 1:15 Bible Answers (topic: Israel and the world's future) 1:30 Local News (bw) WHAS Ch. 11 Louisville (CBS) 7:05 Sunrise Semester (bw) 7:35 CBS News 8 AM Captain Kangaroo (bw) 9 AM T-Bar-V Ranch (bw) 10 AM Candid Camera (bw) 10:30 Beverly Hillbillies (bw) 11 AM Andy Griffith (bw) 11:30 Dick Van Dyke (bw) 12 N Love Of Life (bw) 12:25 CBS News 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 12:45 Guiding Light 1 PM News, Weather, Sports (bw) 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 (bw) 4 PM Secret Storm (bw) 4:30 Popeye's Cartoon Circus (bw) 5:15 Leave It To Beaver (bw) 5:45 Small Talk (bw) 6 PM News, Weather, Sports (bw) 6:30 CBS News (Walter Cronkite) 7 PM Arthur Smith (bw) 7:30 Coliseum 8:30 What's Your Question? (bw) 9 PM CBS Movie: "Major Dundee" 11:15 News, Weather, Sports (bw) 11:45 Movie: "The Little Savage" (bw) WKRC Ch. 12 Cincinnati (ABC) 6:30 Word Of Life (bw) 7 AM Where The Action Is (Paul Revere And

The Raiders, Mark Lindsay, delay from 4:30 PM, bw) 7:30 Skipper Ryle 8:30 Maverick (bw) 9:30 Dream Girl Of '67 (judges: Cornel Wilde, Sergio Mendes, Louis Nye, delay from 2:30 PM, bw) 9:55 Local News 10 AM Reach For The Stars (pre-empted on Ch. 5) 10:25 Local News 10:30 Match Game (guests: Jane Withers and Henry Morgan, pre-empted on Ch. 5 at 4 PM) 10:55 Local News 11 AM Supermarket Sweep (bw) 11:30 Dating Game (bw) 12 N Everybody's Talking (the last new black-and-white daytime show on U.S. network television) 12:30 Donna Reed (bw) 1 PM Ben Casey (bw) 2 PM Newlywed Game (bw) 2:30 Matches And Mates (played by two couples; one mate picked a question from the board, while the other tried to pick the letter that was the first letter in the right answer-Art James hosted; the show was taped at WJW Cleveland and WAGA Atlanta--Bob McClain was the announcer on the Cleveland shows; Dave Michaels, on the Atlanta ones) 3 PM General Hospital (bw) 3:30 The Nurses (bw) 4 PM Movie: "The Headless Ghost" (bw) 5:30 Superman 6 PM Merv Griffin (bw) 7:20 News, Weather And Sports 7:30 Batman (Tallulah Bankhead as the Black Widow) 8 PM F Troop 8:30 Bewitched 9 PM Love On A Rooftop 9:30 That Girl 10 PM ABC Stage 67 ("I'm Getting Married," a musical with Anne Bancroft and Dick Shawn) 11 PM News, Weather And Sports 11:30 Movie: "The Lost Weekend" (four Oscars went to this one from '45: Best Picture, Ray Milland as Best Actor, Billy Wilder as Best Director among them) WFPK (WKPC) Ch. 15 Louisville (NET) 8:35 In-school programs (bw) 6:45 Nature Of Communism (bw) 8 PM What's New (from the Smithsonian, bw) 8:30 French Chef (bw) 9 PM John Huston (profile of the actor/director, bw) sign off 10 PM WLEX Ch. 18 Lexington (NBC/CBS) 7 AM Today

9 AM Homemakers Today 9:30 To Tell The Truth (bw) 9:55 Take Five 10 AM Reach For The Stars 10:25 NBC News 10:30 Concentration 11 AM Pat Boone 11:30 Hollywood Squares 12 N Jeopardy! 12:30 Eye Guess 12:55 NBC News 1 PM Secret Storm (bw) 1:30 As The World Turns 2 PM Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 3:30 You Don't Say! 4 PM Match Game (guests: Betty White and Robert Q. Lewis) 4:25 NBC News (Floyd Kalber) 4:30 Let's Make A Deal 4:55 Cisco Kid 5:30 Popeye Theater 5:45 News, Livestock Report And Sports 6:10 News And Weather 6:30 Huntley-Brinkley Report 7 PM Littlest Hobo (bw) 7:30 Project 20 8:30 Secret Agent (bw) 9:30 Dragnet 1967 10 PM Dean Martin 11 PM News, Weather And Sports 11:30 Tonight Show WKYT Ch. 27 Lexington (ABC/CBS) 7:15 News, Weather (Bill Sorrell, bw) 7:30 Revue Anthology (bw) 8 AM Captain Kangaroo (bw) 9 AM Jack LaLanne (bw) 9:30 Dateline 27 (bw) 10 AM Dating Game (bw) 10:30 Dream Girl Of '67 (same as Ch. 12, bw) nothing indicated at 10:55 11 AM Supermarket Sweep (bw) 11:30 Dick Van Dyke (bw) 12 N Everybody's Talking (bw) 12:30 Donna Reed (bw) 1 PM Ben Casey (bw) 2 PM Newlywed Game (bw) 2:30 Matches And Mates 3 PM General Hospital (bw) 3:30 The Nurses (bw) 4 PM Mike Douglas (same as Ch. 9, color) 5 PM Merry Antics (bw) 5:30 Tales Of Wells Fargo (bw)

6 PM News, Weather, Sports (bw) 6:25 WKYT-TV Editorial (bw) 6:30 Phyllis Diller (ABC, delay from Fri 9:30) 7 PM Marshal Dillon (bw) 7:30 Batman 8 PM F Troop 8:30 Bewitched 9 PM Love On A Rooftop 9:30 That Girl 10 PM ABC Stage 67 11 PM News, Weather, Sports (bw) 11:20 Movie: "Operation Mad Ball" (watch for Ernie Kovacs and Dick York in this one from '57, bw) WLKY Ch. 32 Louisville (ABC) 8:30 Jack LaLanne 9 AM Merv Griffin (psychologist Cleo Dawson, Avery Schreiber, Marty Brill, Genevieve, then-singer David Soul, "your obedient servant" Arthur Treacher, bw) 10:30 Dark Shadows (delay from 4 PM, bw) 11 AM Supermarket Sweep (bw) 11:30 Dating Game (bw) 12 N Everybody's Talking (bw) 12:30 Donna Reed (bw) 1 PM Ben Casey (bw) 2 PM Newlywed Game (bw) 2:30 Dream Girl Of '67 (Donna Douglas and judges John Gavin, James Shigeta, Buddy Rich, bw) 2:55 ABC News (Marlene Sanders, bw) 3 PM General Hospital (bw) 3:30 The Nurses (bw) 4 PM Mike Douglas (same as Ch. 9, color) 5:30 News, Weather, Sports (bw) 6 PM ABC News (Peter Jennings) 6:30 Rawhide (bw) 7:30 Batman 8 PM F Troop 8:30 Bewitched 9 PM Love On A Rooftop 9:30 That Girl 10 PM ABC Stage 67 11 PM News And Weather (bw) 11:20 Movie: "Monkey Business" (the Marx Brothers, bw) Retro: Southern Quebec/Ottawa Sat, Mar 15, 1986 2:00 Wonder Woman 3:00 sign-off CHLT 7-TVA/Pathonic Sherbrooke 7:00 Skippy le kangourou (Skippy the Bush Kangaroo)

7:30 L'Animatheque 8:00 Mini-detectives 8:30 La belle vie (Silver Spoons) 9:00 Le village de Nathalie 9:30 Les Transformables (Transformers) 10:00 GI Joe 10:30 Paul et les jumeaux (Edison Twins) 11:00 Video star noon Cinemax I "Jane Doe" 1:55 Cinemax II "Mon nom est Maffioso" 4:00 Les p'tits bonshommes 5:00 Le nouveau country 5:45 A communiquer 5:50 Ici Montreal 6:00 Pop express 7:00 Cagney et Lacey 14e brigade (Cagney & Lacey) 8:00 Celebrites (pt 2) 10:00 Jet set 10:30 Sur la Colline 10:55 Lotto 6/49 11:00 Nouvelles TVA 11:20 Sports 11:30 Nuit blanche (music videos) 2:00 sign-off CJOH-CTV: 8 Cornwall/13 Ottawa 6:00 University of the Air 6:30 Tree House Club 7:00 Zig Zag 7:30 Kidsworld 8:00 Spiderman 8:30 Paul Hann & Friends 9:00 Let's Go! 9:30 You Can't Do That on Television (produced at CJOH) 10:00 High Band 10:30 Rocket Robin Hood 11:00 Willy & Floyd (also a CJOH production, Les Lye appeared on both shows) 11:30 Laurel & Hardy (bw) noon World Alive 12:30 Destination 1:00 CityLights (guest Howard Rollins Jr.) 1:30 Ski Base 2:00 CIAU Men's Basketball Championship 4:00 CTV Wide World of Sports: Canadian Cross-Country Ski Championships/Canada Cup Boxing/boxing: Marvin Hagler-John Mugabi and Thomas Hearns-James Shuler 6:00 Newsline 6:30 Regional Contact 7:00 Gimme a Break! 7:30 Check It Out! 8:00 Magnum, PI 9:00 Academy Performance "Triple Cross" 11:00 CTV National News 11:20 Lotto 6/49 11:25 Sportsline mid. Late Movie "From Hell to Victory" 2:05 sign-off

WROC 8-NBC Rochester 7:00 A Better Way 7:30 Krofft Superstars 8:00 Snorks 8:30 Gummi Bears 9:00 Smurfs 10:30 Punky Brewster (animated) 11:00 Alvin & the Chipmunks 11:30 Kids Incorporated noon Mr. T 12:30 Spider-Man & His Amazing Friends 1:00 Al Lindner's In-Fisherman 2:00 Saturday Movie "It Happened to Jane" 4:00 Please Don't Let Me Die 4:30 Golf: Hertz Bay Hill Classic 6:00 Greatest American Hero 7:00 Fame 8:00 Gimme a Break! 8:30 Facts of Life 9:00 Golden Girls 9:30 227 10:00 Remington Steele 11:00 Tales from the Darkside 11:30 Saturday Night Live 1:00 Melba Moore's Collection of Love Songs 1:30 Doctor is In (Gene Scott?) 3:00 sign-off CKSH 9-Sherbrooke/CKTM 13-Trois Rivieres (SRC) 7:00 Bagatelle 7:25 Samedi-Jeunes 7:30 Animation illimitee 8:00 Woody le pic (Woody Woodpecker) 8:30 Passe-Partout 9:00 Tao Tao 9:30 Nils Holgersson 10:00 Alice au pays des merveilles (Alice in Wonderland, anime version) 10:30 Candy 11:00 Les heros du samedi noon La semaine Parlementaire a Ottawa 1:00 L'heure de la Bonne Nouvelle 1:30 Levis Boulaine presente (guests Etienne & Monique Bessette, and Denis Cote) 2:00 Cine-Samedi "Generation Proteus" (Demon Seed) on 9/"Deux super-flics" on 13 4:00 La lutte Internationale 5:00 Cinema de 5 heures "Chasse a mort" (Death Hunt) on 9/"Absence de malice" (Absence of Malice) on 13 7:00 Juste pour rire! 8:00 La Soiree du Hockey: Calgary-Montreal 10:30 Le Telejournal 10:50 Nouvelles du sport 11:05 La politique federale 11:15 Cine-Soir "La banquiere" on 9/"L'affaire Coffin" (The Coffin Affair) on 13 12:35 (9) Les Noctambules "Certains l'aiment chaud" (Some Like It Hot/bw) (sign-off 2:05) 1:20 (13) Les Noctambules "L'arme au poing" (Firepower) (sign-off 3:25)

CFTM 10-Montreal/CHOT 40-Hull (TVA) 5:00 (40) Video week-end 6:30 (40) A communiquer 7:00 (40) Les joyeux naufrages (Gilligan's Island) 7:30 (40) Daktari 8:30 (40) Le village de Nathalie 9:00 (40) Mini-detectives 9:30 (40) Le petit prince orphelin 10:00 Dinky Dog 10:30 L'Animatheque 11:00 (10) Les aventures de Gulliver (Adventures of Gulliver) 11:00 (40) La lutte Internationale 11:30 (10) Le petit prince orphelin noon Samedi magazine 2:00 Profil (skiier Andrea Bedard) 2:30 Faire son impot moi-meme (hosts Louise-Josee Mondoux and Jacques Moisan, with the help of Revenue Canada's Helene Pelletier) 3:00 Science et technologie 3:30 (10) Skippy le kangourou (Skippy the Bush Kangaroo) 3:30 (40) L'heure de la bonne nouvelle 4:00 Sherif...fais-moi peur! (Dukes of Hazzard) 5:00 Plexi-Mag 5:50 (10) Ici Montreal 5:50 (40) Carnet week-end 6:00 Pop express 7:00 V 8:00 Cinema du samedi "Le dernier amant romantique" 10:00 Justice pour tous 10:30 Sur la Colline 10:55 Lotto 6/49 11:00 Nouvelles TVA 11:20 Sports 11:30 Cinema en fin de soiree "Les feux de l'enfer" (Hellfighters) 1:55 (10) Cinema en fin de soiree "La nuit ensorcelee" (Fear No Evil) (sign-off 3:25) 1:55 (40) Video week-end WHEC 10-CBS Rochester 6:00 Top Cat 6:30 Josie & the Pussycats 7:00 Woody Woodpecker & Friends 8:00 Voltron: Defender of the Universe 8:30 Thunderbirds: 2086 9:00 Voltron: Defender of the Universe 9:30 Super Saturday 10:00 Hulk Hogan's Rock 'n' Wrestling! 11:00 Richie Rich 11:30 Voltron: Defenders of the Universe (they should have renamed ch10 the Voltron Channel Cheesy) noon NCAA Basketball Tournament 6:30 News 7:00 At the Movies 7:30 Small Wonder 8:00 Airwolf 9:00 CBS Saturday Movie "Any WHich Way You Can" 11:30 News mid. Dick Clark's Nitetime

1:00 sign-off CKWS 11-CBC Kingston 7:00 Your Wealth 7:30 Real Fishing Show 8:00 Casting Out 8:30 Mutual of Omaha's Wild Kingdom 9:00 Fat Albert & the Cosby Kids 9:30 Tom & Jerry 10:00 Care Bears 10:30 Transformers 11:00 100 Huntley Street noon Life 12:30 International Wrestling 1:30 Don Cherry's Grapevine 2:00 Kingston Canadians Special 2:30 Rocky Mountain Inn 3:00 CBC SportsWeekend 6:00 Tommy Hunter (guests Johnny Cash, June Carter Cash, George Hamilton IV, Paul Brodie, Billy Meek, and Tia Hofgraf) 7:00 Fame 8:00 HNIC: Philadelphia-Toronto 11:00 The National 11:15 Night Final 11:45 Movie "Midnight Cowboy" 2:10 sign-off CFCF 12-CTV Montreal 5:20 WKRP in Cincinnati 5:50 PK's Video Gold 6:00 Adventures in Rainbow Country 6:30 Rocket Robin Hood 7:00 Size Small 7:30 100 Huntley Street 8:30 Paul Hann & Friends 9:00 Let's Go! 9:30 You Can't Do That on Television 10:00 Inspector Gadget 10:30 Sports Hot Seat 11:00 Television (the series concludes with the latest developments in cable and satellite TV) noon International Wrestling 1:00 Twilight Zone (bw) 1:30 Ski Base 2:00 CIAU Men's Basketball Championship 4:00 CTV Wide World of Sports 6:00 Pulse 6:30 Hockey Magazine 7:00 Gimme a Break! 7:30 Check It Out! 8:00 Scarecrow & Mrs. King 9:00 Academy Performance "Blue Thunder" 11:00 CTV National News 11:20 Lotto 6/49 11:25 Pulse mid. Cinema 12 "Paternity" 1:55 Cinema 12 "Distant Drums"

3:55 Matt Houston 4:55 Lou Grant WOKR 13-ABC Rochester 7:00 Breath of Life 7:30 Kidsworld 8:00 Pink Panther & Sons 8:25 ABC FunFit 8:30 Littles 9:00 Bugs Bunny-Looney Tunes Comedy Hour 10:00 Laff-a-Lympics 10:30 Ewoks-Droids Adventure Hour 11:30 Super Powers Team: Galactic Guardians 11:55 ABC FunFit noon ABC Weekend Special 12:30 World Cup Skiing (women's action from Vail) 1:30 Millionaire Maker 2:30 Good Fishing 3:00 Professional Bowlers Tour: King Louie Open 4:30 ABC Wide World of Sports 6:00 NewsCenter 13 6:30 ABC World News Saturday 7:00 Mork & Mindy 7:30 In Search of... 8:00 Redd Foxx 8:30 Benson 9:00 Fortune Dane 10:00 Love Boat 11:00 NewsCenter 13 11:30 The Movies "The Night Digger" 1:30 sign-off CIVM 17-Montreal/CIVO 30-Hull (RQ) 1pm Initiation a l'economie politique 2:00 Formation continue en sciences de la sante 3:00 Astronomie generale 4:00 Quebec Actualites 5:00 Cours de garde-enfants 5:30 Arrimage 6:00 Passe-Partout 6:30 Maya l'abeille (Maya the Bee) 7:00 Pinocchio 7:30 A plein temps 8:00 Parler pour parler 9:00 Cine-Repertoire "Le bal" 10:40 (17) La vie sur la terre (sign-off 11:40) 10:40 (30) Music-Hull (sign-off 11:10) WNPI 18-PBS Norwood 8:30 Rod & Reel 9:00 Wild Game & Country Cooking 9:30 Victory Garden 10:00 MotorWeek 10:30 This Old House 11:00 Woodwright's Shop 11:30 Frugal Gourmet

noon Magic of Oil Painting 12:30 Market to Market 1:00 Antiques & Americana 1:30 A House for All Seasons 2:00 The Movies "The Birds" 4:30 The Movies "The Benny Goodman Story" 7:00 Benny Goodman-Let's Dance (joined by Teddy Wilson & the Red Novo Quartet, Rosemary Clooney, and Carrie Smith) 9:00 Edinburgh Military Tattoo 10:30 The Movies "Lives of a Bengal Lancer" (bw) 12:20 sign-off WVNY 22-ABC Burlington 7:00 RoboTech 8:00 Pink Panther & Sons 8:25 ABC FunFit 8:30 Littles 9:00 Super Saturday 9:30 He-Man & the Masters of the Universe 10:00 Laff-a-Lympics 10:30 Ewoks-Droids Adventure Hour 11:30 Super Powers Team: Galactic Guardians 11:55 ABC FunFit noon ABC Weekend Special 12:30 American Bandstand (guests Robert Tepper, and Yarborough & Peoples; video from John (Cougar) Mellencamp) 1:30 America's Top 10 (videos from the Thompson Twins, Starship, Mr. Mister, and Heart) 2:00 Fame 3:00 Professional Bowlers Tour: King Louie Open 4:30 ABC Wide World of Sports 6:00 ABC World News Saturday 6:30 Barney Miller 7:00 Lifestyles of the Rich & Famous 8:00 Redd Foxx 8:30 Benson 9:00 Fortune Dane 10:00 Love Boat 11:00 ABC News 11:15 NewsCenter 22 11:25 TV22 Movie "Springtime in the Rockies" 1:15 sign-off CICO 24-TVO Ottawa 8:00 Polka Dot Door 8:30 Cucumber 9:00 World Outdoors 9:30 Pins & Needles 10:00 Half-a-Handy Hour 10:30 Money$worth 11:00 Championship Bridge 11:30 Energy-Efficient Housing noon Fish On! 12:30 Frontrunners 1:00 Understanding the Earth 2:00 Body in Question 3:00 Understanding Human Behavior

3:30 Leland Jacobs on Children's Literature 4:00 Sociology 4:30 Kidsbeat 5:00 Sesame Street 6:00 Polka Dot Door 6:30 A Comet Called Halley 7:00 Doctor Who 7:30 National Geographic Explorer 8:00 Saturday Movie "A Foreign Affair" (bw) 10:00 Conversations (pt 1; looks at Billy Wilder's career, plus interviews with Maurice Zolotow, I.A.L. Diamond, and Sheila Benson) 10:30 Movie "The Major and the Minor" (bw) 12:10 Conversations (conclusion) followed by sign-off WETK 33-PBS Burlington 8:00 Sesame Street 9:00 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 9:30 3-2-1 Contact 10:00 WonderWorks "Anne of Green Gables" (conclusion, followed by interview with Jonathan Crombie) 11:00 OWL/TV 11:30 Newton's Apple noon Woodwright's Shop 12:30 A House for All Seasons 1:00 Ingrid (retrospective on Bergman's career with comments from Liv Ullmann, Anthony Quinn, Angela Lansbury, Jose Ferrer, and Colleen Dewhurst) 2:40 W.C. Fields Straight Up 4:30 James Cagney: That Yankee Doodle Dandy (retrospective, with comments by Pat O'Brien, Donald O'Connor, and Milos Forman) 6:10 The Spencer Tracy Legacy: A Tribute by Katherine Hepburn (looking back at Tracy's career; comments from Elizabeth Taylor, Burt Reynolds, Lee Marvin, Angela Lansbury, and Robert Wagner) 8:10 Benny Goodman-Let's Dance 10:10 Al Jerreau: Live in London (a 1984 show from London's Wembley Arena) 11:20 Front Row Feature "The Jazz Singer" (bw) 1:00 German Professional Soccer 2:00 sign-off TVFQ 99 (cable) 9:30 Vitamine 10:30 Trente millions d'amis 11:00 Des chiffres et des lettres 11:30 Sept sur sept 12:30 Les nouveaux jeux de vingt heures 1:00 La chance aux chansons 1:30 Champs-Elysees (guests Nana Mouskouri, Francis Cabrel, Augustin Dumay, Thierry Le Luron, and Jean Rochefort; plus a special appearance from the Governator) 3:00 Telefilm "La femme a l'iris" 4:00 Radio-France Internationale 4:30 Vitamine 5:20 Multiplication vegetative in-vitro 6:00 Trente millions d'amis 6:30 Des chiffres et des lettres 7:00 Sept sur sept 8:00 Les nouveux jeux de vingt heures

8:30 Il faut le faire 9:00 Champs-Elysees (guests Michael Sardou, Alain Souchon, Jane Birkin, Christopher Lee, Claude Brasseur, and Popeck) 10:35 Telefilm "Le President cornemuseux" 11:30 Cororicoboy (guests Indochine) 12:15 Radio-France Internationale On the cablenets... First Choice 5:30 Movie "Fun Park" 7:15 Movie "Vertigo" 9:30 Movie "Timerider" 11:00 Movie "King David" 1:00 Movie "That's Dancing!" 3:00 Movie "The Secret of NIMH" 4:30 Movie "Luggage of the Gods" 6:00 Movie "Voyage of the Rock Aliens" 8:00 Movie "Timerider" 9:30 Movie "Once Upon a Time in America" mid. Movie "The Cotton Club" 2:30 Movie "Moscow on the Hudson" 4:30 Movie "Savage Attraction" MuchMusic 5:00 VJ: Michael Williams 6:00 Spotlight: Mink DeVille 7:00 VJ: Michael Williams 10:00 RSVP noon VJ: Erica Ehm 2:00 Spotlight: John Cougar Mellencamp 3:00 VJ: Erica Ehm 4:00 VJ: Christopher Ward 8:00 RSVP 9:00 VJ: Erica Ehm 10:00 Spotlight: John Cougar Mellencamp 10:30 Rush 11:30 VJ: Erica Ehm mid. VJ: Christopher Ward 4:00 RSVP Super Ecran 6:00 Cinema "Recherche Susan, desesperement" 8:00 Cinema "T'es folle ou quoi?" 10:00 Cinema "Le renard au desert" noon Cinema "Breakfast Club" 2:00 Cinema "Portes disparus 2" 4:00 Cinema "Recherche Sudan, desesperement" 6:00 Cinema "Le chasseur" 8:00 Cinema "Les amants de Maria" 10:00 Cinema "Terminator" mid. Cinema "Trois Suedoises dans l'ile aux milles plaisirs" 1:30 Cinema "Le chasseur" 3:15 Cinema "Portes disparus 2" TSN

5:00 College Basketball 7:00 SportsDesk 7:30 Wrestling 8:30 SpeedWeek 9:00 Down the Stretch 9:30 Horse Racing 10:00 Soccer Saturday noon SportsDesk 12:30 SpeedWeek 1:00 Women's College Volleyball 3:00 Men's College Volleyball 5:00 SportsWorld 6:00 Wrestling 7:00 SportsDesk 7:30 NBA: Atlanta-New York 10:00 Ringside Boxing mid. SportsDesk 12:30 Esso Cup Swimming 2:00 SportsDesk 2:30 Women's College Volleyball 4:30 Men's College Volleyball Retro: Central Florida Friday, March 16, 1973 From TV Guide, Central Florida Edition: WESH Ch. 2 Daytona Beach/Orlando (NBC) 6 AM Your Future Is Now 6:30 Garner Ted Armstrong 7 AM Today (topic: modern China, with authors John Kenneth Galbraith and Harrison Salisbury; Judith Crist reviews movies) 9 AM Phil Donahue (topic: an insurance program that protects children from becoming victims of divorce) 10 AM Dinah's Place (topics: income-tax forms, fire prevention) 10:30 Concentration 11 AM Sale Of The Century 11:30 Hollywood Squares (Milton Berle, Sammy Davis Jr., Janet Leigh, Rose Marie, Bill Bixby, John Byner, Charley Weaver, Paul Lynde) 12 N Jeopardy! 12:30 News 12:55 NBC News (Floyd Kalber) 1 PM I Love Lucy 1:30 Three On A Match 2 PM Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 3:30 Return To Peyton Place 4 PM Somerset 4:30 Bonanza 5:30 News 6:30 NBC News (John Chancellor) 7 PM To Tell The Truth

7:30 Police Surgeon 8 PM Sanford And Son 8:30 Movie: "The Chase" (not to be confused with "The Paper Chase," which was in theaters that year-this is about tensions and passions in a Southwestern town) 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show (Joey Bishop subs for Johnny; Burl Ives and Bill Bixby are guests) 1 AM Midnight Special (host Paul Anka, Bobby Darin, Tammy Wynette and George Jones, Fanny, the Doobie Brothers, the Edwin Hawkins Singers, the Ace Trucking Company) WEDU Ch. 3 Tampa (PBS) In-school programs until 4 PM Sesame Street 5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 5:30 Electric Company 6 PM Sesame Street 7 PM Your Future Is Now 7:30 Wall Street Week 8 PM Washington Week In Review 8:30 Legislative Report 8:45 America Be Fit 9 PM Masterpiece Theatre ("Point Counter Point," Part 4--this is about the time "60 Minutes" had the "Point/Counterpoint" feature with Shana Alexander and James Kilpatrick, IIRC) 10 PM TBA WDBO (WKMG) Ch. 6 Orlando (CBS) 6:15 Sunshine Almanac 6:30 Sunrise Semester: "The Heavenly Twins--Astronomy and Astrology" 7 AM CBS News (John Hart) 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Perry Mason 10 AM Beat The Clock (don't know if these are with Jack Narz or Gene Wood) 10:30 Price Is Right 11 AM Gambit 11:30 Love Of Life 12 N Where The Heart Is 12:25 CBS News (Douglas Edwards) 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM 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 Merv Griffin (Milt Kamen, Robert Klein, Larry Storch, Pat McCormick, Pat Profft, Bo Kaprall) 5:30 Hogan's Heroes

6 PM News 6:30 CBS News (Walter Cronkite) 7 PM Truth Or Consequences 7:30 What's My Line? 8 PM Harlem Globetrotters Popcorn Machine (guest Teresa Graves; cameos by Bill Cosby, Cass Elliot, Norm Crosby) 8:30 Ed Sullivan's Broadway (this, I think, was the last special he ever did, and it aired the night his wife Sylvia died--a salute to Broadway hits with Marilyn Michaels, Bobby Van, Ethel Merman, Frank Sinatra Jr., Gwen Verdon, Michele Lee, Jack Cassidy, Melvin Van Peebles, Hattie Winston and Sam Wright; on film: Julie Harris) 10 PM Lily Tomlin (guests Richard Crenna, Richard Pryor, Nancy Dussault) 11 PM News 11:30 CBS Movie: "The 39 Steps" (the 1935 Hitchcock classic that set the tone for all future Hitchcock thrillers--an innocent man, played by Robert Donat, trying to beat a murder rap) WFLA Ch. 8 Tampa (NBC) 6:15 Today In Florida 7 AM Today 9 AM Movie: "The Woman On Pier 13" 10:20 Fashions In Sewing 10:30 Concentration 11 AM Sale Of The Century 11:30 Hollywood Squares 12 N Jeopardy! 12:30 Who, What Or Where 12:55 NBC News 1 PM News 1:30 Three On A Match 2 PM Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 3:30 Return To Peyton Place 4 PM Somerset 4:30 Merv Griffin (from Las Vegas: Don Rickles, Robert Goulet, Carol Lawrence) 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News 7 PM What's My Line? 7:30 To Tell The Truth (Alan Alda, Kitty Carlisle, Peggy Cass, Gene Rayburn) 8 PM Sanford And Son 8:30 Merv Griffin Special (Isaac Hayes and the Stax Memphis Sound artists in a program of blues and gospel music) 9:30 Billy Graham Crusade (topic: "The Power Of A Positive No") 10:30 Rapping With Mannion (local physicians discuss a recent NBC documentary on national health care)

11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show 1 AM Midnight Special 2:30 Movie: "Saskatchewan" 4:30 Movie: "Dimension 5" WFTV Ch. 9 Orlando (ABC) 6 AM Sunrise Jubilee 7 AM Bozo 8 AM Mike Douglas (co-host Tony Bennett, Eli Wallach and Anne Jackson, cornet player Ruby Braff) 9 AM Movie: "Love Crazy" (this 1941 comedy features Gail Patrick who, as Gail Patrick Jackson, produced the Raymond Burr "Perry Mason" from 1957 to 1966-we're not related but she's from Birmingham, AL, and I lived there from 1969 to 1973--was in my last few months there on this date, BTW) 11 AM Password (Jack Cassidy, Nancy Kulp--one-week delay from noon) 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: "The Three Stooges Go Around The World In A Daze" (from '63, so this is Moe, Larry, and Joe De Rita) 5:30 News 6:30 ABC News (Howard K. Smith/Harry Reasoner) 7 PM Circus! (the Circus Price of Madrid) 7:30 Hollywood Squares 8 PM Brady Bunch 8:30 Partridge Family 9 PM Acts Of Love--And Other Comedies (Marlo Thomas in a series of sketches about being single and married, working her way from teenager to new mother; she works with Jean Stapleton, Art Garfunkel, Ron Carey, Gene Wilder, Joseph Bologna--this is typical of the programming Marty Starger wanted for ABC but without the cushion of a lot of hits, he could barely afford it, and most of these shows tanked in the ratings) 10 PM America On The Rocks (Robert Mitchum narrates a program about alcohol addiction--syndicated, pre-empts "Love, American Style") 10:30 What About Tomorrow? (medical advances: a computer that can test for birth defects that can then be cured before birth, freezing vital organs for future transplants, portable sonar devices and "tactile maps" to help the blind maneuver better) 11 PM News 11:30 In Concert (Stephen Stills and Manassas, Brewer and Shipley, Randy Newman) 1 AM Movie: "The Leech Woman" WLCY (WTSP) Ch. 10 St. Petersburg (ABC)

7 AM Meet The Realtors 7:15 Kathryn Kuhlman 7:45 News 8 AM Morning Show (Russ Byrd) 8:30 Fran Carlton 9 AM Romper Room 10 AM Leave It To Beaver 10:30 Paul Dixon 11 AM I Love Lucy 11:30 Bewitched 12 N Password (Darren McGavin, June Lockhart) 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: "Sanctuary" 6 PM I Dream Of Jeannie 6:30 ABC News 7 PM News 7:30 Movie: "Pony Soldier" 9 PM Acts Of Love--And Other Comedies 10 PM Love, American Style 10:30 What About Tomorrow? 11 PM News 11:30 In Concert WINK Ch. 11 Ft. Myers (CBS) 6:30 Sunshine Almanac 6:45 Good Morning 7 AM CBS News 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Jack LaLanne 9:30 Sesame Street 10:30 Merv Griffin (David Janssen, Henry Morgan) 11:30 Love Of Life 12 N Where The Heart Is 12:25 CBS News 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM Joker's Wild (delay from 10 AM) 1:30 As The World Turns 2 PM Guiding Light 2:30 Edge Of Night 3 PM Love Is A Many Splendored Thing 3:30 Secret Storm 4 PM Vin Scully (guest: Lily Tomlin) 4:30 Mike Douglas (co-host Bill Withers; Eve Arden, Denise Nicholas) 6 PM News 7 PM CBS News 7:30 To Tell The Truth 8 PM Harlem Globetrotters Popcorn Machine

8:30 Ed Sullivan's Broadway 10 PM Lily Tomlin 11 PM News 11:30 CBS Movie: "The 39 Steps" WTVT Ch. 13 Tampa (CBS) 6 AM Breakfast Beat 7 AM CBS News 7:30 Breakfast Beat 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Mike Douglas (co-hosts David Birney and Meredith Baxter; a St. Patrick's Day show with Pat O'Brien (the actor, not the sportscaster), singers John McCormack, Mary O'Dowd and the Irish Balladeers, actor Shay Duffin, the Cardinal Dougherty High School Band, the Paulson Harp Ensemble) 10:30 Price Is Right 11 AM Gambit 11:30 Love Of Life 12 N News 12:25 CBS News 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM Where The Heart Is 1:25 Tampa Bay Topics 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 Perry Mason 5 PM Bonanza 6 PM News 7 PM CBS News 7:30 Truth Or Consequences 8 PM Harlem Globetrotters Popcorn Machine 8:30 Film 9 PM Movie: "The Appaloosa" 11 PM News 11:30 Movie: "I Married A Monster From Outer Space" 1 AM Movie: "Portrait In Terror" WUSF Ch. 16 Tampa (PBS) 3:30 Weather And Man 4 PM Motor Development 4:30 Sunrise Semester: "Personality Theory And Creativity" (pre-empted on Ch. 13) 5 PM Film 5:30 Personal Finance 6 PM Sesame Street 7 PM Weather And Man 7:30 Motor Development 8 PM Insight 8:30 Your Right To Say It

9 PM Sounds Interesting 9:30 Performers sign off 10 PM WBBH Ch. 20 Ft. Myers (NBC/ABC) 6 AM Gulf Coast--Today 7 AM Today 9 AM What's Happening? (community events) 9:05 The Champions (the '60s British series that gave Stuart Damon a break before "General Hospital") 10 AM Dinah's Place 10:30 Concentration 11 AM Sale Of The Century 11:30 Hollywood Squares 12 N Jeopardy! 12:30 Who, What Or Where 12:55 News 1 PM Brad Lacey (local) 1:30 Three On A Match 2 PM Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 3:30 Return To Peyton Place 4 PM Somerset 4:30 Daniel Boone 5:30 Truth Or Consequences 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News 7 PM UFO 8 PM Sanford And Son 8:30 Movie: "The Inn Of The Sixth Happiness" 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show 1 AM Midnight Special 2:30 Movie: "Catch As Catch Can" 4:15 Movie: "Woman Times Seven" WMFE Ch. 24 Orlando (PBS) the station may have been temporarily off the air since nothing is listed WXLT (WWSB) Ch. 40 Sarasota (ABC) 9 AM New Zoo Revue 9:30 TV Talk (local) 10 AM Dinah's Place (pre-empted on Ch. Cool 10:30 Joker's Wild (pre-empted on Ch. 13 at 10 AM) 11 AM Galloping Gourmet 11:30 Bewitched 12 N Password 12:30 Split Second 1 PM All My Children 1:30 Let's Make A Deal 2 PM Newlywed Game

2:30 Dating Game 3 PM General Hospital 3:30 One Life To Live 4 PM Love, American Style 4:30 Movie: "Somewhere In The Night" 6 PM News 6:30 ABC News 7 PM Stand Up And Cheer (guest: Lou Rawls) 7:30 Rollin' 8 PM Brady Bunch 8:30 Partridge Family 9 PM Acts Of Love--And Other Comedies 10 PM Love, American Style 10:30 What About Tomorrow? 11 PM News 11:30 In Concert WTOG Ch. 44 St. Petersburg (Ind.) 11:20 F.Y.I. 11:25 Professor Kitzel 11:30 Ben Casey 12:30 Garner Ted Armstrong 1 PM Movie: "Tension" 3 PM New Zoo Revue 3:30 Underdog 4 PM Love, American Style (pre-empted on Ch. 10) 4:30 Addams Family 5 PM Batman (Burgess Meredith as the Penguin) 5:30 Gilligan's Island 6 PM Get Smart 6:30 Gomer Pyle, USMC 7 PM Petticoat Junction 7:30 Hogan's Heroes 8 PM Brady Bunch (pre-empted on Ch. 10, but would be back on 10, along with "The Partridge Family," by June) 8:30 NHL Hockey: Bruins-Red Wings (I gather this is a special NBC telecast, since Ch. 44 carried hockey on Sunday afternoons, while Chs. 2, 8, and 20 pre-empted it, as is the case tonight.) 11 PM One Step Beyond (time approximate) 11:30 Movie: "Venus Against The Son Of Hercules" WDBO (WKMG) Ch. 6 Orlando (CBS) 8 PM Harlem Globetrotters Popcorn Machine (guest Teresa Graves; cameos by Bill Cosby, Cass Elliot, Norm Crosby) Was this a pilot special? In 1975, "Popcorn Machine" became a weekly Saturday morning series on CBS. Quote from: bpatrick on March 16, 2011, 09:11:15 AM WTOG Ch. 44 St. Petersburg (Ind.) 8 PM Brady Bunch (pre-empted on Ch. 10, but would be back on 10, along with "The Partridge Family,"

by June) 8:30 NHL Hockey: Bruins-Red Wings (I gather this is a special NBC telecast, since Ch. 44 carried hockey on Sunday afternoons, while Chs. 2, 8, and 20 pre-empted it, as is the case tonight.) Did 44 usually show "The Partridge Family" off ABC, if it wasn't for hockey? Yes to your second question; as for the Globetrotters' special I'm not sure if CBS intended it as a pilot or not, but I do remember the show on Saturday mornings. By the time I moved to Tampa at the end of June that year, Ch. 10 had done some major shuffling of its schedule: local news at 5:30, ABC News at 6, "I Dream Of Jeannie" at 6:30; on Fridays "Hee Haw" at 7, "The Brady Bunch" at 8, and (sometime that summer) "The Odd Couple" at 8:30 as "The Partridge Family" moved to Saturdays at 8 (Ch. 10 did carry it in pattern). Retro: DC/Baltimore/Delmarva Mon, Mar 14, 1977 from TV Guide-Washington/Baltimore edition Program times on PBS channels subject to change, due to pledge periods WMAR 2-CBS Baltimore 6:30 Sunrise Semester "Teaching the Learning Disabled" 7:00 CBS Morning News 8:00 Captain Kangaroo (guest Gwen Verdon) 9:00 Romper Room 9:30 Dialing for Dollars 9:55 News 10:00 Double Dare 10:30 Price is Right 11:30 Love of Life 11:55 2's Company 12:30 Search for Tomorrow 1:00 Young & the Restless 1:30 As the World Turns 2:30 Guiding Light 3:00 All in the Family 3:30 Match Game 4:00 Dinah! (guests Joey Bishop, Katherine Ross, Frank Welker, and SoCal IRS boss William Connett) 5:30 My Three Sons 6:00 News 6:30 CBS Evening News 7:00 News 7:30 To Tell the Truth 8:00 It's Arbor Day, Charlie Brown 8:30 Busting Loose 9:00 Maude 9:30 All's Fair 10:00 Andros Targets 11:00 News 11:30 Kojak 12:40 McCloud

WRC 4-NBC Washington 6:25 Knowledge 7:00 Today 9:00 Not for Women Only (pt 1 of a week on breast cancer, with two docs debating mammographies) 9:30 Marcus Welby, MD 10:30 Hollywood Squares 11:00 Wheel of Fortune 11:30 Shoot for the Stars noon Name That Tune 12:30 Lovers & Friends 1:00 To Tell the Truth 1:30 Days of Our Lives 2:30 Doctors 3:00 Another World 4:00 Gong Show 4:30 Sanford & Son 5:00 News 7:00 NBC Nightly News 7:30 $100,000 Name That Tune 8:00 Little House on the Prairie 9:00 Movie "Rafferty and the Highway Hustlers" (aka Rafferty & the Gold Dust Twins) 11:00 News 11:30 Tonight Show (Guest host Bob Newhart welcomes Kreskin) 1:00 Tomorrow (guest Harold Robbins) WTTG 5-Ind Washington 6:30 Education 7:00 Casper 7:30 Porky Pig 8:00 Flintstones 8:30 Deputy Dawg 9:00 Dennis the Menace (bw) 9:30 Father Knows Best (bw) 10:00 Dick Van Dyke (bw) 10:30 That Girl 11:00 I Love Lucy (bw) 11:30 Best of Groucho (bw) noon Panorama 2:00 FBI 3:00 Howdy Doody (bw) 3:30 Flintstones (x2) 4:30 New Mickey Mouse Club (the Mousketeers make skateboards) 5:00 Archies 5:30 Partridge Family 6:00 My Three Sons 6:30 Family Affair 7:00 Andy Griffith 7:30 Brady Bunch 8:00 $128,000 Question 8:30 Merv Griffin (guests Ed McMahon, David Soul, Mel Tellis, and LA's infamous Cal Worthington) 10:00 News 11:00 Odd Couple 11:30 Perry Mason (bw) 12:30 Name of the Game

2:00 Mission: Impossible WMAL 7-ABC Washington 6:30 Black Forum 7:00 Good Morning America 9:00 AM Washington (local IRS boss Gerald Portney answers viewers' tax-return questions) 9:30 Price is Right (not cleared by 9) 10:30 Edge of Night 11:00 Second Chance 11:30 Happy Days noon News 12:30 Ryan's Hope 1:00 All My Children 1:30 Family Feud 2:00 $20,000 Pyramid 2:30 One Life to Live 3:15 General Hospital 4:00 Movie "Red Mountain" 6:00 News 7:00 ABC Evening News 7:30 7:30 Live 8:00 Captain & Tennille (guests Don Knotts, Englebert Humperdinck, Rich Little, Henny Youngman, and Leo Sayer) 9:00 Most Wanted 10:00 Feather & Father Gang 11:00 News 11:30 Streets of San Francisco 12:40 Dan August WGAL 8-NBC Lancaster 6:00 News 6:05 Dialogue 6:25 News 6:30 Buck Owens 7:00 Today 9:00 Mike Douglas (co-host Twiggy/guests Richard Anderson, Monty Hall, Harold Melvin, and the Blue Notes) 10:00 Sanford & Son 10:30 Hollywood Squares 11:00 Wheel of Fortune 11:30 Shoot for the Stars noon Name That Tune 12:30 Noonday on 8 1:00 Happy Face 1:30 Days of Our Lives 2:30 Doctors 3:00 Another World 4:00 Gong Show 4:30 Merv Griffin (guests Bill Macy, Lonnie Shorr, Rick Moses, Marilyn Sokol, and the Graduates) 6:00 News 6:30 NBC Nightly News 7:00 Truth or Consequences 7:30 $25,000 Pyramid 8:00 Little House on the Prairie 9:00 Movie "Rafferty and the Highway Hustlers" 11:00 News

11:30 Tonight Show 1:00 Tomorrow 2:00 News WTOP 9-CBS Washington 6:30 Sunrise Semester "Teaching the Learning Disabled" 7:00 Captain Kangaroo (1 day delayed/guest Imogene Coca plays an operator) 8:00 CBS Morning News 9:00 9 in the Morning (guests: author David Atlee Phillips and filmmaker Emile DeAntonio) 10:00 Double Dare 10:30 Mike Douglas (same line-up as WGAL) 11:30 Love of Life 11:55 CBS News noon Young & the Restless 12:30 Search for Tomorrow 1:00 News 1:30 As the World Turns 2:30 Guiding Light 3:00 All in the Family 3:30 Match Game 4:00 Dinah! (same line-up as 2) 5:30 News 6:00 News 7:00 CBS Evening News 7:30 Britannica Presents... (comparing the lifestyles of isolated Pygmies in Zaire and a modernized Inuit community in the Arctic) 8:00 It's Arbor Day, Charlie Brown 8:30 Busting Loose 9:00 Maude 9:30 All's Fair 10:00 Andros Targets 11:00 News 11:30 Kojak 12:40 McCloud WBAL 11-NBC Baltimore 6:30 Learning to Read 7:00 Today 9:00 Phil Donahue (debating spanking) 10:00 Trimnastics 10:30 Step in Time 11:00 Wheel of Fortune 11:30 Shoot for the Stars noon News 12:30 Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman 1:00 Gong Show 1:30 Days of Our Lives 2:30 Doctors 3:00 Another World 4:00 Brady Bunch 4:30 Emergency One! 5:30 Adam-12 6:00 News 6:30 NBC Nightly News 7:00 Bowling 7:30 Gong Show

8:00 Little House on the Prairie 9:00 Movie "Rafferty and the Highway Hustlers" 11:00 News 11:30 Tonight Show 1:00 Tomorrow WJZ 13-ABC Baltimore 5:40 Sign-On Seminar/News 6:20 Consumer Checkout 6:30 Working Together "America at Its Best" (new recreation programs for the mentally disabled) 7:00 Good Morning America 9:00 Angelo Live (hair and face care with local beauty salon folks) 9:55 News 10:00 Not for Women Only (same topic as 4) 10:30 Leave It to Beaver (bw) 11:00 Family Affair 11:30 Happy Days noon News 12:30 Ryan's Hope 1:00 All My Children 1:30 Family Feud 2:00 $20,000 Pyramid 2:30 One Life to Live 3:15 General Hospital 4:00 Edge of Night 4:30 Mike Douglas (same show as 8, plus Tommy Tune and characters from Walt Disney World) 6:00 News 7:00 ABC Evening News 7:30 Britannica Presents...Horses 8:00 Captain & Tennille 9:00 Most Wanted 10:00 Feather & Father Gang 11:00 News 11:30 Streets of San Francisco 12:40 Dan August 1:50 News 2:00 Movie "Crack-Up" (bw) WBOC 16-CBS/ABC/NBC Salisbury 6:30 Sunrise Semester "Teaching the Learning Disabled" 7:00 Today (NBC) 9:00 Romper Room 9:30 Good Day! (from WCVB Boston; guests Peter Bonerz and Dr. Robert Atkins) 10:00 Double Dare 10:30 Price is Right 11:30 Love of Life 11:55 CBS News noon Young & the Restless 12:30 Search for Tomorrow 1:00 All My Children (ABC) 1:30 As the World Turns 2:30 Guiding Light 3:00 All in the Family 3:30 Match Game 4:00 Edge of Night (ABC) 4:30 Flintstones

5:00 Gunsmoke 6:00 Odd Couple 6:30 CBS Evening News 7:00 News 7:30 Hee Haw 8:30 Busting Loose 9:00 Maude 9:30 All's Fair 10:00 Andros Targets 11:00 News 11:30 Tonight Show (NBC) WDCA 20-Ind Washington 6:30 Top Cat 7:00 Spiderman 7:30 Rocket Robin Hood 8:00 Bugs Bunny 8:30 Banana Splits 9:00 Bozo's Circus 9:30 Romper Room 10:00 700 Club (guests include a concert pianist, and a film producer) 11:30 Rock (religious, not music Cheesy) noon Movie "Marta" 2:00 Huck 'n Yogi 2:30 King Kong 3:00 Fun World 3:30 Star Trek (animated) 4:00 Josie & the Pussycats 4:30 Brady Kids 5:00 Monkees 5:30 Bewitched 6:00 Emergency One! (NBA legend Kareem Abdul-Jabbar plays an accident victim) 7:00 Star Trek (Shatner gender-bends, playing both Kirk and a paranoiac female scientist who have switched minds) 8:00 Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman 8:30 Dark Shadows (bw) 9:00 NHL: LA-Montreal (1 hr tape delay; Marv Albert is listed as a commentator, where did 20/45 source the coverage from?) 11:30 TBA mid. Honeymooners (bw) 12:30 I Spy "Let's Kill Karlovassi" Maryland Public Television (PBS): WAPB 22-Annapolis, WCPB 28-Salisbury, WWPB 31Hagerstown, WMPB 67-Baltimore 7:15 English Literature 8:00 Wall Street Week 8:30 Business of Writing 9:00 Instructional Programs 3:00 You, the Supervisor 3:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 4:00 Sesame Street 5:00 Electric Company 5:30 Hodgepodge Lodge 6:00 It's Everybody's Business 6:30 Cultural Anthropology 7:00 Introduction to Mathematics

7:30 MacNeil-Lehrer Report 8:00 Up on the Farm 8:30 Crockett's Victory Garden 9:00 Pallisers (pt 7) 10:00 National Geographic "The Volga" 11:00 American Government 11:30 Captioned ABC News WHAG 25-NBC Hagerstown 7:00 Today 9:00 Model Railroading 9:30 Challenge to Transportation (profiles 200 years of American transportation) 10:00 Sanford & Son 10:30 Hollywood Squares 11:00 Wheel of Fortune 11:30 Shoot for the Stars noon Name That Tune 12:30 Lovers & Friends 1:00 Gong Show 1:30 Days of Our Lives 2:30 Doctors 3:00 Another World 4:00 PTL Club 6:00 News 6:30 NBC Nightly News 7:00 Quest: An Artist & His Prey (wildlife artist Guy Coheleach talks about his art and his conservation work) 7:30 Wild Kingdom 8:00 Little House on the Prairie 9:00 Movie "Rafferty and the Highway Hustlers" 11:00 News 11:30 Tonight Show 1:00 Tomorrow WETA 26-PBS Washington 7:30 MacNeil-Lehrer Report 8:00 Lilias, Yoga & You 8:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 9:00 Membership-Pledge Drive 9:15 Sesame Street (x2) 11:15 Membership-Pledge Drive 11:30 Villa Alegre noon Onedin Line 1:00 Movie "Shoe-Shine" (bw) 3:00 Sesame Street (x2) 5:00 Membership-Pledge Drive 5:15 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 5:45 Sesame Street 6:45 Electric Company 7:15 Membership-Pledge Drive 7:30 MacNeil-Lehrer Report 8:00 Microbes & Men 9:00 Pallisers (pt 7) 10:00 Forsyte Saga (bw) 11:00 World Press 11:30 Captioned ABC News

WBFF 45-Ind Baltimore 6:45 News 7:00 Three Stooges/Cartoons (bw) 7:30 Little Rascals/Cartoons (bw) 8:00 Three Stooges/Cartoons (bw) 8:30 Bugs Bunny/Cartoons (bw) 9:00 Dennis the Menace (bw) 9:30 Lucy Show (bw) 10:00 I Dream of Jeannie 10:30 My Favorite Martian (bw) 11:00 Room 222 11:30 Gomer Pyle, USMC (a cross-over from Andy Griffith as Aunt Bee pays a visit) noon Perry Mason (bw) 1:00 Movie "The Iron Glove" 3:00 Captain Chesapeake 3:30 Archies 4:00 Munsters (bw) 4:30 Superman (bw) 5:00 Partridge Family 5:30 Gilligan's Island 6:00 I Dream of Jeannie (bw) 6:30 Get Smart 7:00 Hogan's Heroes "Lady Chitterly's Lover" (pt 1) 7:30 Lucy Show (bw) 8:00 NHL: LA-Montreal 10:30 Champions 11:30 Merv Griffin (same line-up as 5) WNVT-PBS: 53 Annandale/14 Washington Instructional Programs during day 3pm Anyone for Tennyson? 3:30 Lilias, Yoga & You 4:00 Electric Company 4:30 Villa Alegre 5:00 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 5:30 Electric Company 6:00 Zoom 6:30 Lilias, Yoga & You 7:00 Making It Count 7:30 Virginia Side 8:00 Woman (looks at divorced lesbian moms' efforts to retain custody of their kids) 8:30 American Documents (history of the US Capitol) 9:30 Black Perspective on the News 10:00 Phil Donahue (guest Billy Carter in a show from Orlando; this is the first PBS station I've seen listed airing Donahue, were there any others? Huh) WTOP 9-CBS Washington 7:30 Britannica Presents... (comparing the lifestyles of isolated Pygmies in Zaire and a modernized Inuit community in the Arctic) 8:00 It's Arbor Day, Charlie Brown Was there ever a special titled, "It's Earth Day, Charlie Brown"? Roll Eyes Also, "Britannica" was a regular TV series, and not pre-emption of regular programming? (I see it on WJZ, as well.)

WGAL 8-NBC Lancaster 9:00 Mike Douglas (co-host Twiggy/guests Richard Anderson, Monty Hall, Harold Melvin, and the Blue Notes) WTOP 9-CBS Washington 10:30 Mike Douglas (same line-up as WGAL) WJZ 13-ABC Baltimore 4:30 Mike Douglas (same show as 8, plus Tommy Tune and characters from Walt Disney World) ...I'm guessing Twiggy was using the week to kick-start promotion of her self-titled LP, the one with her version of the Country Joe & The Fish cover "Here I go again" on it, which Mercury Records had issued in the States after that track became a Top 20 hit in the UK... The LA/Montreal hockey game was most likely part of a nationally-syndicated, time-buying TV package the league had starting in the mid-70s(after NBC dropped coverage). This was a weekly Monday-night game, airing mostly in markets that already had a team. (Known as 'The NHL Network', but not connected to the current cable channel of that name). Marv Albert called some of those telecasts, in addition to his local NY Rangers work. The Monday night package had the same problem hockey always has on network TV; lack of interest in non-NHL markets. ...one non-NHL market where the package ran was Milwaukee, but WTMJ-TV/4 stuck the thing in a tape-delay at 1:00 A.M. Tuesday mornings, right after Tomorrow with Tom Snyder from NBC... Retro:Orlando, Tuesday, December 20, 1988(General Entertainment Stations Only) From The Ocala Star-Banner(Via Google News Archive) WESH Channel 2(NBC) 5:00 2's Company 5:30 Morning Stretch 6:00 News At Sunrise 6:30 News 7:00 Today 9:00 On Trial 9:30 Superior Court 10:00 Sale Of The Century 10:30 Classic Concentration 11:00 Wheel Of Fortune 11:30 Win, Lose Or Draw 12:00 News 12:30 Family Medical Center 1:00 Days Of Our Lives 2:00 Another World 3:00 Santa Barbara 4:00 People's Court 4:30 The Judge 5:00 Cosby Show 5:30 Central Florida Live 6:00 News 6:30 NBC News 7:00 USA Today 7:30 Entertainment Tonight 8:00 Matlock

9:00 In The Heat Of The Night 10:00 Midnight Caller 11:00 News 11:30 Best Of Carson 12:30 Late Night With David Letterman 1:30 USA Today 2:00 Later With Bob Costas 2:30 Relatively Speaking 3:00 Gong Show 3:30 Love Connection 4:00 Entertainment Tonight 4:30 Group One Medical WCPX Channel 6(CBS) 6:00 CBS Morning News 7:00 CBS This Morning 9:00 Donahue 10:00 Sally Jessy Raphael 11:00 Price Is Right 12:00 News 12:30 Young And The Restless 1:30 Bold And The Beautiful 2:00 As The World Turns 3:00 Guiding Light 4:00 Star Trek 5:00 M*A*S*H 5:30 News 6:30 CBS News 7:00 P.M. Magazine 7:30 Win, Lose Or Draw 8:00 TV 101 9:00 Movie-A Hobo's Christmas(Made For TV, 1987) 11:00 News 11:30 M*A*S*H 12:00 Night Heat 1:10 Movie-Eye Of The Eagle(U.S.-Fillipino, 1986) 2:30 News 3:00 Wipeout 3:30 CBS News Nightwatch(To 6 AM) WFTV Channel 9(ABC) 5:00 Body By Jake 5:30 Business This Morning 6:00 Daybreak 7:00 Good Morning America 9:00 Geraldo 10:00 Live With Regis And Kathie Lee 11:00 Growing Pains 11:30 Home 12:00 News 12:30 Loving 1:00 All My Children 2:00 One Life To Live 3:00 General Hospital 4:00 Oprah Winfrey 5:00 News(1 hour)

6:00 News 6:30 ABC News 7:00 Jeopardy! 7:30 Wheel Of Fortune 8:00 Who's The Boss? 8:30 Roseanne 9:00 Moonlighting 10:00 Thirtysomething 11:00 News 11:30 Nightline 12:00 Movie-Holiday(1938) 1:50 Movie-Goodbye Charlie(1964) 4:00 Barnaby Jones WOFL Channel 35(Independent) 5:00 CNN Headline News(1 hour) 6:00 Good Day! 6:30 G.I. Joe 7:00 C.O.P.S. 7:30 Dennis The Menace 8:00 Woody Woodpecker 8:30 Tom And Jerry 9:00 Waltons 10:00 Movie-Fitzwilly(1967) 12:00 Andy Griffith 12:30 Beverly Hillbillies 1:00 Hawaii Five-O 2:00 Bewitched 2:30 Scooby Doo 3:00 Alvin And The Chipmunks 3:30 Real Ghostbusters 4:00 Ducktales 4:30 Double Dare 5:00 Facts Of Life 5:30 Silver Spoons 6:00 Family Ties 6:30 Newhart 7:00 Cheers 7:30 Night Court 8:00 Movie-Hello, Dolly!(1969) 11:00 Simon And Simon 12:00 USA Tonight 12:30 Hawaii Five-O 1:30 Jeffersons 2:00 Maude 2:30 Dukes Of Hazzard 3:30 SCTV Network 4:00 Dallas WAYK Channel 56(Independent) 6:00 Saber Rider And The Star Sheriffs 6:30 Care Bears 7:00 My Little Pony 'N' Friends 7:30 Jetsons 8:00 Comic Strip 8:30 Bionic Six

9:00 Ask Washington 10:00 Crook And Chase 10:30 Hangin' In 11:00 Sweethearts 11:30 Liar's Club 12:00 Lingo 12:30 Movie-Decameron Nights(British-Spanish, 1953) 2:30 Beverly Hills Teens 3:00 Jem 3:30 Popeye 4:00 Gilligan's Island 4:30 I Dream Of Jeannie 5:00 New Gidget 5:30 McHale's Navy 6:00 Newlywed Game 6:30 Dating Game 7:00 Movie-The Night They Saved Christmas(Made For TV, 1984) 9:00 Kojak 10:00 Improv Tonite 10:30 Movie-The Tender Warrior(1971) Charlotte, Piedmont Triad and area - 11-17-1980 From the Charlotte edition of TV Guide, week of November 15-21, 1980: Monday, November 17, 1980 WFMY-TV 2 Greensboro (CBS, owned by Harte-Hanks Communications) 5:30 am - The Del Reeves Country Carnival 6:00 - The Good Morning Show 8:00 - Captain Kangaroo 9:00 - (best of) One Day at a Time 9:30 - (best of) The Jeffersons 10:00 - The Andy Griffith Show 10:30 - (best of) Alice 11:00 - The Price is Right Noon - The Mary Tyler Moore Show 12:30 - Search for Tomorrow 1:00 - The Young and the Restless 2:00 - As the World Turns 3:00 - The Guiding Light 4:00 - The Munsters 4:30 - What's Happening!! 5:00 - Baretta 6:00 - News 2 6:30 - CBS Evening News (Cronkite) 7:00 - Face the Music 7:30 - PM Magazine 8:00 - Flo 8:30 - Ladies' Man 9:00 - M*A*S*H 9:30 - House Calls 11:00 - News 2 11:30 - CBS Late Night Movie: Quincy 12:40 am - CBS Late Night Movie II: The New Avengers 1:50 - News 2

2:20 - Movie: "Paris Blues" (1961) 4:30 - The Odd Couple WBTV 3 Charlotte (CBS, owned by Jefferson-Pilot) 6:00 am - This Morning 7:00 - CBS Morning News (Charles Kuralt) 8:00 - Captain Kangaroo 9:00 - Donahue 10:00 - Search for Tomorrow 10:30 - (best of) Alice 11:00 - The Price is Right Noon - Top o' the Day 1:00 - The Young and the Restless 2:00 - As the World Turns 3:00 - The Guiding Light 4:00 - What's Happening!! 4:30 - Happy Days (Again) 5:00 - Wonder Woman 6:00 - WBTV News 7:00 - CBS Evening News 7:30 - PM Magazine 8:00 - Flo 8:30 - The Muppet Show (pre-empts Ladies' Man) 9:00 - M*A*S*H 9:30 - House Calls 10:00 - Lou Grant 11:00 - WBTV News 11:30 - CBS Late Night Movie: Quincy 12:40 am - CBS Late Night Movie II: The New Avengers 1:50 - off-air WFBC-TV (WYFF) 4 Greenville, S.C. (NBC, owned by Multimedia) 6:00 am - Piedmont Profile 6:30 - It's Your Business 7:00 - Today (Brokaw/Pauley) 9:00 - Donahue 10:00 - Las Vegas Gambit 10:30 - Blockbusters 11:00 - Wheel of Fortune 11:30 - Password Plus Noon - News 12:30 - The Doctors 1:00 - Days of Our Lives 2:00 - Another World 3:00 - Texas 4:00 - Tom and Jerry 4:30 - Happy Days (Again) 5:00 - I Love Lucy 5:30 - Good Times 6:00 - News 7:00 - NBC Nightly News (Chancellor/Brinkley) 7:30 - Country Music Gazette 8:00 - Little House on the Prairie 9:00 - NBC Monday Night Movie: premiere of "The Diary of Anne Frank," starring Melissa Gilbert (1980) 11:00 - News

11:30 - The Tonight Show 12:30 am - Tomorrow 2:00 - off-air WRAL-TV 5 Raleigh (ABC, owned by Capitol Broadcasting Co.) 6:30 am - Country Morning: Farm News 7:00 - Good Morning America (Hartman/Lunden) 9:00 - Hour Magazine 10:00 - Time for Uncle Paul 10:30 - The Edge of Night 11:00 - (best of) The Love Boat Noon - Action News 5 12:30 - Ryan's Hope 1:00 - All My Children 2:00 - One Life to Live 3:00 - General Hospital 4:00 - Tom and Jerry and Friends 4:30 - Happy Days (Again) 5:00 - Good Times 5:30 - The Andy Griffith Show 6:00 - Action News 5 6:30 - ABC World News Tonight (Jennings/Reynolds/Robinson) 7:00 - Sanford and Son 7:30 - PM Magazine 8:00 - That's Incredible 9:00 - NFL Monday Night Football: Oakland Raiders at Seattle Seahawks Midnight - News 12:30 - Nightline (Koppel) 12:50 - The Rat Patrol 1:50 - off-air WSPA-TV 7 Spartanburg, S.C. (CBS, owned by Spartan Radiocasting) 6:00 am - Sunrise Semester: "City in American Literature: Boston" 6:30 - Health Field 7:00 - CBS Morning News 8:00 - Captain Kangaroo 9:00 - (best of) The Jeffersons 9:30 - (best of) Alice 10:00 - Hour Magazine 11:00 - The Price is Right Noon - News 12:05 - The Nancy Welch Show 12:30 - Search for Tomorrow 1:00 - The Young and the Restless 2:00 - As the World Turns 3:00 - The Guiding Light 4:00 - (best of) One Day at a Time 4:30 - Starsky and Hutch 5:30 - Sanford and Son 6:00 - News 6:30 - CBS Evening News 7:00 - To Tell the Truth 7:30 - Family Feud 8:00 - Flo 8:30 - Ladies' Man

9:00 - M*A*S*H 9:30 - House Calls 10:00 - Lou Grant 11:00 - News 11:30 - CBS Late Night Movie: Quincy 12:40 am - CBS Late Night Movie II: The New Avengers 1:50 - off-air WGHP-TV 8 High Point (ABC, owned by Gulf Broadcasting) 6:00 am - Good Morning Piedmont 7:00 - Good Morning America 9:00 - The John Davidson Show 10:30 - I Dream of Jeannie 11:00 - (best of) The Love Boat Noon - Family Feud 12:30 - Noonday on Eight 12:30 - Ryan's Hope 1:00 - All My Children 2:00 - One Life to Live 3:00 - General Hospital 4:00 - Bugs Bunny and Friends 4:30 - Sha Na Na 5:00 - Good Times 5:30 - M*A*S*H 6:00 - TV8 Eyewitness News 6:30 - ABC World News Tonight 7:00 - The Joker's Wild 7:30 - Tic Tac Dough 8:00 - That's Incredible 9:00 - NFL Monday Night Football: Oakland Raiders at Seattle Seahawks Midnight - TV8 Eyewitness News 12:30 - Nightline 12:50 - The Rookies 1:50 - news/off-air WSOC-TV 9 Charlotte (ABC, owned by Cox Enterprises) 6:00 am - Rise and Shine 6:15 - The Arthur Smith Show 6:45 - News 7:00 - Good Morning America 9:00 - Family Feud 9:30 - Bewitched 10:00 - Good Morning Carolina 10:30 - The Edge of Night 11:00 - (best of) The Love Boat Noon - The Hollywood Squares 12:30 - Ryan's Hope 1:00 - All My Children 2:00 - One Life to Live 3:00 - General Hospital 4:00 - Tom and Jerry 4:30 - Carter Country 5:00 - All in the Family 5:30 - M*A*S*H 6:00 - News 6:30 - ABC World News Tonight

7:00 - The Joker's Wild 7:30 - Tic Tac Dough 8:00 - That's Incredible 9:00 - NFL Monday Night Football: Oakland Raiders at Seattle Seahawks Midnight - News 12:30 - Nightline 12:50 - College Football '80 1:20 or later - off-air WIS-TV 10 Columbia, S.C. (NBC, owned by Cosmos Broadcasting) 6:10 am - Early Riser 6:25 - Knozit-Land (children) 6:55 - News 7:00 - Today 9:00 - The Doctors 9:30 - The Richard Simmons Show 10:00 - Las Vegas Gambit 10:30 - Blockbusters 11:00 - Wheel of Fortune 11:30 - Password Plus Noon - Carolina Today 1:00 - Days of Our Lives 2:00 - Another World 3:00 - Texas 4:00 - Knozit-Land 4:30 - Star Trek 5:30 - M*A*S*H 6:00 - WIS-TV Report (pre-empts The Joker's Wild) 6:30 - NBC Nightly News 7:00 - WIS-TV News: The 7:00 Report 7:30 - PM Magazine 8:00 - Little House on the Prairie 9:00 - NBC Monday Night Movie: "The Diary of Anne Frank" 11:00 - WIS-TV News: The 11:00 Report 11:30 - The Tonight Show 12:30 am - Tomorrow 2:00 - off-air WTVD 11 Durham (CBS, owned by Capital Cities Communications) 6:30 am - Sunrise Semester: "Leagcy of Israel: The Prophets" 7:00 - CBS Morning News 8:00 - Captain Kangaroo 9:00 - Donahue 10:00 - (best of) The Jeffersons 10:30 - (best of) Alice 11:00 - The Price is Right Noon - Eyewitness News 12:30 - Search for Tomorrow 1:00 - The Young and the Restless 2:00 - As the World Turns 3:00 - The Guiding Light 4:00 - (best of) One Day at a Time 4:30 - The John Davidson Show 6:00 - Eyewitness News 6:30 - CBS Evening News 7:00 - Family Feud

7:30 - M*A*S*H 8:00 - Flo 8:30 - Ladies' Man 9:00 - M*A*S*H 9:30 - House Calls 10:00 - Lou Grant 11:00 - Eyewitness News 11:30 - The Mary Tyler Moore Show Midnight - The Rockford Files 1:00 - off-air WXII 12 Winston-Salem (NBC, owned by Multimedia) 5:30 am - The 700 Club 6:30 - News 7:00 - Today 9:00 - Donahue 10:00 - Hour Magazine 11:00 - Wheel of Fortune 11:30 - The Doctors Noon - Newscenter 12 12:30 - 12:30 1:00 - Days of Our Lives 2:00 - Another World 3:00 - Texas 4:00 - All in the Family 4:30 - Gilligan's Island 5:00 - The Brady Bunch 5;30 - Happy Days (Again) 6:00 - Newscenter 12 6:30 - NBC Nightly News 7:00 - Family Feud 7:30 - Bullseye 8:00 - Little House on the Prairie 9:00 - NBC Monday Night Movie: "The Diary of Anne Frank" 11:00 - Newscenter 12 11:30 - The Tonight Show 12:30 am - Tomorrow 2:00 - off-air WLOS-TV 13 Asheville (ABC, owned by Wometco Enterprises) 6:15 am - Fitness is Fun 6:30 am - Mr. Bill's Friends 7:00 - Good Morning America 9:00 - Sesame Street 10:00 - The Big Valley 11:00 - (best of) The Love Boat Noon - The Newlywed Game 12:30 - Ryan's Hope 1:00 - All My Children 2:00 - One Life to Live 3:00 - General Hospital 4:00 - The Joker's Wild 4:30 - Bonanza 5:30 - M*A*S*H 6:00 - News 6:30 - ABC World News Tonight

7:00 - Tic Tac Dough 7:30 - PM Magazine 8:00 - That's Incredible 9:00 - NFL Monday Night Football: Oakland Raiders at Seattle Seahawks Midnight - News 12:30 - Nightline 12:50 - Business and Barometer 1:00 - All in the Family 1:30 - off-air 13L: WBTW 13 Florence, S.C. (CBS, owned by the Bluefield (W.V.) Daily Telegraph) 6:30 am - The Arthur Smith Show 7:00 - Good Morning Jesus 8:00 - Captain Kangaroo 9:00 - CBS Morning News 10:00 - (best of) The Jeffersons 10:30 - (best of) Alice 11:00 - The Price is Right Noon - You Bet Your Life 12:30 - Search for Tomorrow 1:00 - The Young and the Restless 2:00 - As the World Turns 3:00 - The Guiding Light 4:00 - (best of) One Day at a Time 4:30 - The Virginian 6:00 - News 6:30 - CBS Evening News 7:00 - Tic Tac Dough 7:30 - Clemson Football show 8:00 - Flo 8:30 - Ladies' Man 9:00 - M*A*S*H 9:30 - House Calls 10:00 - Lou Grant 11:00 - News 11:30 - CBS Late Night Movie: Quincy 12:40 am - CBS Late Night Movie II: The New Avengers 1:50 - off air WHKY-TV 14 Hickory (Ind., owned by Long Communications) 7:00 am - Underdog 7:30 - Bullwinkle 8:00 - Tennessee Tuxedo 8:30 - The Mike Douglas Show 10:00 - The 700 Club 11:30 - Health Field Noon - Vidal Sassoon's Your New Day 12:30 - News 1:00 - Let's Make a Deal 1:30 - The Richard Simmons Show 2:00 - Movie: "The Scarlet Letter" (1934) 3:30 - The Little Rascals 4:30 - The Mike Douglas Show 6:00 - News 6:30 - Duke Football Show 7:00 - Faith in Jesus

7:30 - Leonard Repass 8:00 - The Watts Gospel Singers 9:00 - Gospel Tidings 10:00 - News 10:25 - Devotion 10:30 - Movie: "Monster Walks" (1932) 11:30 - Movie: "Jack London" (1943) 1:00 am - off-air WCCB 18 Charlotte (Ind., owned by Bahakel Broadcasting) 6:00 am - News 6:40 - Forum (public affairs) 7:00 - Fun Day Funnies 8:40 - Forum 9:00 - Let's Make a Deal 9:30 - You Bet Your Life 10:00 - The 700 Club 11:00 - The PTL Club 1:00 - The Mike Douglas Show 2:00 - Tennessee Tuxedo 2:30 - The Space Kiddettes 3:00 - Batman (Adam West) 3:30 - Fred Flintstone and Friends 4:00 - Battle of the Planets 4:30 - Krofft Superstars 5:00 - The Partridge Family 5:30 - The Beverly Hillbillies 6:00 - I Love Lucy 6:30 - The Dick Van Dyke Show 7:00 - Good Times 7:30 - Hogan's Heroes 8:00 - The Rockford Files 9:00 - Movie: "Kid Galahad" (1962) 11:00 - The Bob Newhart Show 11:30 - The PTL Club 1:30 am - news update/off-air WPTF-TV (WRDC) 28 Durham (NBC, owned by Durham Life Insurance Co.) 5:30 am - The 700 Club 6:30 - Hap Hansen Today 7:00 - Today 9:00 - Another World 10:00 - Las Vegas Gambit 10:30 - Blockbusters 11:00 - Wheel of Fortune 11:30 - Password Plus Noon - Card Sharks 12:30 - The Doctors 1:00 - Days of Our Lives 2:00 - The New Zoo Revue 2:30 - Popeye & Woody Woodpecker 3:30 - Scooby-Doo 4:00 - Wonder Woman 5:00 - Starsky and Hutch 6:00 - News 6:30 - NBC Nightly News

7:00 - Carol Burnett and Friends 7:30 - What's Happening!! 8:00 - Little House on the Prairie 9:00 - NBC Monday Night Movie: "The Diary of Anne Frank" 11:00 - News 11:30 - The Tonight Show 12:30 am - Tomorrow 2:00 - off-air WNSC-TV 30 Rock Hill, S.C. (PBS/SCETV) 7:00 am - The Electric Company 7:30 - To Life! Yoga 7:45 - A.M. Weather 8:00 - Instructional programming 4:30 pm - Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 5:00 - Sesame Street 6:00 - Community Accent 6:30 - Over Easy 7:00 - Open Line 7:30 - For the People 8:00 - The Christians (documentary) 9:00 - Masterpiece Theatre 10:00 - The Dick Cavett Show 10:30 - The MacNeil-Lehrer Report 11:00 - Community Accent 11:30 - Captioned ABC News Midnight - off air WPCQ-TV (WCNC-TV) 36 Charlotte (NBC, owned by Westinghouse Broadcasting) 6:00 am - New Zoo Revue 6:30 - Morning Stretch 7:00 - Today 9:00 - Another World 10:00 - Texas 11:00 - Days of Our Lives Noon - The Doctors 12:30 - People Are Talking 1:30 - The John Davidson Show 3:00 - Hour Magazine 4:00 - Movie: "The Doomsday Flight" (1966) 5:30 - Action News 6:00 - The Newlywed Game 6:30 - NBC Nightly News 7:00 - Family Feud 7:30 - Prisoner: Cell Block H 8:00 - Little House on the Prairie 9:00 - Movie: "The Comancheros" (1961; pre-empts the NBC Monday Night Movie) 11:00 - The Benny Hill Show 11:30 - The Tonight Show 12:30 - Action News 1:00 - Tomorrow 2:30 - Star Trek 3:30 - Action News 4:00 - Movie: "My Six Convicts" (1952; 2 hrs.) WTVI 42 Charlotte (PBS, licensed to the Charlotte-Mecklenberg School District)

4:00 pm - Sesame Street 5:00 - Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 5:30 - In Service 6:00 - Continuing Education with CPCC 6:30 - Over Easy 7:00 - The Dick Cavett Show 7:30 - The MacNeil-Lehrer Report 8:00 - Great Performances 9:00 - Mecklenberg County Commission Meeting 10:00 - off-air WJTM-TV (WXLV-TV) 45 Winston-Salem (Ind., owned by TVX Broadcast Group) 6:30 am - Health Field 7:00 - Casper and Friends 7:30 - Fun World 8:00 - Josie and the Pussycats 8:30 - Archie's Comics 9:00 - Father Knows Best 9:30 - The Flying Nun 10:00 - The Mike Douglas Show 11:00 - The PTL Club 1:00 pm - The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis 1:30 - Hazel 2:00 - Petticoat Junction 2:30 - Archie's Comics 3:00 - Fun World 3:30 - Casper and Friends 4:00 - The Flintstones 4:30 - Casper and Friends 5:00 - Superheroes (what was this show about?) 5:30 - Superman (George Reeves) 6:00 - Get Smart 6:30 - The Dick Van Dyke Show 7:00 - Star Trek 8:00 - Bonanza 9:00 - Movie: "Mrs. Sundance" (1974) 11:00 - The Bob Newhart Show 11:30 - The 700 Club 12:30 or 1:00 am - off-air NPT: North Carolina Center for Public Television (Ch. 4 Chapel Hill, Ch. 17 Linville, Ch. 26 Winston-Salem, Ch. 33 Asheville, Ch. 58 Concord) 7:45 am - A.M. Weather 8:05 - Lap Quilting with Georgia Bonesteel 9:00 - Sesame Street 10:00 - Instructional programming 11:00 - 3-2-1-Contact 11:30 - Instructional programming 12:30 pm - The Electric Company 1:00 - Instructional programming 3:00 - Hatha Yoga 3:30 - Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 4:00 - Sesame Street 5:00 - 3-2-1-Contact 5:30 - Over Easy 6:00 - The Dick Cavett Show

6:30 - Making it Count 7:00 - The MacNeil-Lehrer Report 7:30 - North Carolina People 8:00 - Bill Moyers' Journal 9:00 - Great performances 10:00 - Isamu Noguchi (special; profile of the Japanese-American sculptor) 11:00 - off-air Nice to see you back. You've been gone a long time. Though I've never really left, thanks for the welcome back. Quote from: bpatrick on March 04, 2011, 07:15:22 AM I don't remember any "Noonday On Eight" on WGHP, and I worked there about a year or so later. I recall they carried ABC's entire daytime schedule in-pattern except for "Edge Of Night," which they pre-empted, from about 1979 to 1983, when they moved "Family Feud" to 10 AM and started a noon newscast. You're right, and that was an error on my part. I was cutting-and-pasting from a previous schedule I posted. WGHP did run Family Feud at noon, followed by Ryan's Hope at 12:30. The "Noonday on Eight" was from WGAL-TV in Lancaster. Some other observations from this schedule: 1. Tom and Jerry must have made its syndicated premiere in the fall of '79, and it must have been a big deal based on the clearances it got. 2. What the heck was Group W doing at WPCQ? Were they even trying to make an effort to compete with WBTV and WSOC? I would dare say WPTF's schedule looked lightly better than WPCQ, and they preempted less. 3. How long did WBTW strip religious programs in the 7 AM hour? 4. WHKY looked like it was programmed pretty well back then. Were they/have they ever targeted Charlotte? 5. Does anyone know of any other stations that ran "Pat" Robertson and the Bakkers back-toback? Re: Good Morning Jesus on WBTW, WVNY (then WEZF-TV) Burlington/Plattsburgh ran it at 7am too, leading into GMA around the same period. Retro: Central & Southern Indiana/Eastern Illinois Sat, Mar 13, 1982 from TV News 2 WTWO-NBC Terre Haute 3 WCIA-CBS Champaign 4 WTTV-Ind Indianapolis 6 WRTV-ABC Indianapolis 7 WTVW-ABC Evansville 8 WISH-CBS Indianapolis 9 WGN-Ind Chicago 10 WTHI-CBS Terre Haute 12 WILL-PBS Urbana

13 WTHR-NBC Indianapolis 14 WFIE-NBC Evansville 15 WICD-NBC Champaign 17 WAND-Dectaur/W68AA-Danville (ABC) 17* WTBS-Ind Atlanta 18 WLFI-CBS Lafayette 20 WICS-NBC Springfield 20* WFYI-PBS Indianapolis 25 WEHT-CBS Evansville 38 WBAK-ABC Terre Haute Programs listed "fast" time, subtract 1 hr for "slow" time Morning 5:30 9 Mike Douglas 6:00 2 Fast Foward 4 La Voz Latina 7 All in the Family 6:05 17* It's Your Business 6:30 6 Focus on Faith 7 Mary Tyler Moore 9 Sea Hunt 13 Peggy & the Vantastics 6:35 17* Infinity Factory 6:40 38 Weather 7:00 2 Mr. Moon's Magic Circus 4 Lessons for Living 6 Kids are People Too 7-18 US Farm Report 9 Cartoons/Buyers Forum 10 Cartoons 13 Gilligan's Island 14 Farm 38 Perceptions 7:05 17* Vegetable Soup 7:30 2 New Zoo Revue 4 Focus 7 Gilligan's Island 8 Agriculture USA

9 IRS Show/Cartoons 13 Bugs Bunny 14 Kentucky Afield 15-20 US Farm Report 17 Bozo's Big Top 18 Great Space Coaster 25 Jeff's Collie (Lassie) 38 Green Acres 7:35 17* Romper Room 8:00 2-13-14-15-20 Flintstones 3-8-10-18-25 Popeye & Olive 4 Gospel Hour 6-7-17-38 Superfriends 9 US Farm Report 20* It's Everybody's Business 8:05 17* The Commanders: Yamamoto 8:30 2-13-14-15-20 Smurfs 3-8-10-18-25 Tarzan/Lone Ranger/Zorro 6-7-17-38 Goldie Gold/Thundarr 9 World Tomorrow 9:00 4 Citizens' Forum 9 Rex Humbard 20* Yoga Alive 9:05 17* Against the Wind 9:15 4 Hoosier Hinterland 9:30 2-13-14-15-20 Kid Power 3-8-10-18-25 Bugs Bunny/Road Runner 4 Symphony 6-7-17-38 Laverne & Shirley (animated) 9 Issues Unlimited 20* Magic of Oil Painting 10:00 4 Brian Bex 6-7-17-38 Richie Rich/Scooby & Scrappy-Doo 9 Charlando 20* Sneak Previews 10:05 9 Movie "Rebecca" (bw)

10:30 2-13-14-15-20 Spider-Man 4 Digger Phelps (Notre Dame basketball) 9 Car Care Central 20* This Old House 11:00 2-13-14-15-20 Space Stars 4 Saturday Movie "Let's Go Navy" (bw) 6-7-17-38 Fonz 9 Superman 12 Humanities Through Arts 20* Car Tips 11:30 3-8-10-18-25 Black Star 6-7-17-38 Heathcliff/Marmaduke 9 Gentle Ben 20* MotorWeek Afternoon noon 2-13-14 Daffy Duck 3-8-10-18-25 NCAA Basketball Tournament 6-7-38 ABC Weekend Special 9-15-20 High School Basketball: Illinois Boys Class A Tournament semi-finals 12 Basic Electricity: DC 17 We're Movin' 20* Julia Child 12:30 2 Jack Van Impe 4 Saturday Afternoon Movie "Battle for the Planet of the Apes" 6-7-17-38 American Bandstand 13 Bullwinkle 14 Wild Kingdom 20* Victory Garden 1:00 2 Cycling Classic 12 Basic Electricity: AC 13 Indiana Illustrated 14 Batman 20* Market to Market 1:05 17* Movies "Man with the Golden Arm" (bw)/"Corsican Brothers" 1:30 6 Health Beat 7 Tri-State at Large 13 News Witness 14 Bullwinkle 17 Bill Dance Outdoors 20* Masterpiece Theatre

38 All About... 2:00 2-14 NBC Sports Ringside: 10 round middleweight action from Atlantic City as Mustafa Hamsho takes on Curtis Parker 6 Championship Wrestling 7 Mary Tyler Moore 12 Human Behavior 13 Fisherman Special 17 Fishing Hole 38 Kids are People Too 2:30 4 Saturday Movie Theatre "War Lord" 7 Wrestling 17 Six Million Dollar Man 20* Movies Before Television "My Gal Sal" 3:00 6 Sports Afield 12 Consultation 13 Saturday Afternoon Movie "The Raid" 38 Look at Us 3:30 6-7-17-38 Pro Bowlers Tour (from DC) 9 Golden Gloves Boxing 12 Old Houseworks 15-20 Wrestling 4:00 12 Magic of Oil Painting 4:30 2-13-14-15-20 Golf: Inverarry Classic/Vintage International Seniors update 12 Photo Show 5:00 4 In Search of...the Walls of Jericho 6-7-17-38 ABC Wide World of Sports: World Figure Skating Championships (men's and ice dance) 12 Matinee at the Bijou "Man from Music Mountain"/"Zorro's Fighting Legion" (bw) 20* Country Classics (among those performing: George Jones, Charlie Pride, Hank Williams Jr, Tom T. Hall) 5:05 17* MotorWeek 5:30 2 Sports Afield 4 Good Times 13 Star Trek 14 Pop Goes the Country 15-20 I Dream of Jeannie Evening 6:00

2 News 4 Welcome Back Kotter 9 Soul Train 14 That (Good Ole) Nashville Music 15 Assignment 15 18 M*A*S*H 20 Capitol Conference 6:05 17* Wrestling 6:30 2 Pop Goes the Country 3-10-25 CBS Evening News 4 Laverne & Shirley & Company 6-8 News 7 All in the Family 12 Sneak Previews 13-14-15-20 NBC Nightly News 17 In Focus 18 Lawrence Welk 20* Norman Rockwell 38 Your Wedding Day (bridal fashion show) 7:00 2-7-8 Hee Haw (guests Roy Acuff and Margo Smith) 3-14-25 News 4 Little House on the Prairie 6 Lawrence Welk 9-15-20 High School Basketball: Illinois Boys Class A Tournament consolation/championship 10 Maverick 12 Marx Brothers in a Nutshell 13 Dance Fever 17 Entertainment Tonight 20* Golden Years of Television "Patterns" (bw) 38 Solid Gold 7:30 3-18 Muppet Show 13 Sha Na Na 14 M*A*S*H 25 Gomer Pyle 8:00 2-13-14 One of the Boys 3-8-10-25 Walt Disney "The Moon-Spinners" (pt 1) 4 High School Basketball: Indianapolis Region championship 6-7-17-38 T.J. Hooker (90 min premiere) 18 High School Basketball: Indiana Boys Regional (not sure if this is the same game that aired on 4) 20* Murder Most English 8:05 17* Nashville Alive 8:30

2-13-14 Chicago Story (90 min) 9:00 3-8-10-25 CBS Movie "The Champ" 12-20* Broadway Plays Washington (performers include Raquel Welch and Bea Arthur) 9:05 17* Undersea World 9:30 6-7-17-38 Love Boat (90 min) 10:00 2-13-14 McClain's Law 4 That (Good Ole) Nashville Music 18 Hardy Boys/Nancy Drew 10:05 17* News 10:30 4 News 11:00 2-3-6-7-8-10-13-14-15-20 News 4 Black Belt Special "Crack Shadow Boxer" 9 Solid Gold 17 ABC News 18 Hee Haw (same show as 2-7-8, 7pm) 38 Encore News 11:05 9 World at War: U-Boats 11:15 17 News 11:30 2-13-14-15-20 Saturday Night Live (rerun from Dec '81 with host Bill Murray and guests the Whiffenpoofs, the Spinners, Michael Davis, and Fr. Guido Sarducci) 3 Late Show "The Don is Dead" 6 WRTV Movie "Airport '75" 7 Big Movie "Black Magic" (bw)/"Spanish Main"/"Murder, My Sweet" (bw)/"Step Lively" (bw)/"Variety Time" (bw) 8 Fight of the Month: junior welterweight-Eddie "Young Joe Louis" Taylor v Parnell Fairly; heavyweight-James Tillis v Dino Dennis 10 Benny Hill 17 Solid Gold 38 Movie 38 "Amazing Doctor Clitterhouse" (bw) Late Night midnight 9 News 10 Kung Fu 12 Father, Dear Father 18 That (Good Ole) Nashville Music

12:05 17* Movies "The Apprenticeship of Duddy Kravitz"/"Gypsy" 12:30 17 America's Top 10 18 Bonanza 1:00 2 America's Top 10 4 Solid Gold 9 WGN Presents "Front Page" 13 Saturday Night Movie "Bedazzled" 14 World Championship Tennis 15-20 Golden Gloves Boxing 1:15 38 ABC News 1:30 17 Portrait of a Legend 1:45 6 ABC News 2:00 4 America's Top 10 2:30 4 Movies Till Dawn "Warrior Empress" 3:30 9 Editor's Desk 4:00 9 Nite Beat 4:30 9 Movie "Frozen Dead" Retro: Kentucky Saturday, February 17, 1973 From TV Guide, Kentucky Edition: WAVE Ch. 3 Louisville (NBC) 6:30 Farm Report 7 AM Houndcats (delay from 8 AM) 7:30 Kentucky Afield 8 AM Watch Your Child 9 AM Jetsons 9:30 Pink Panther 10 AM Underdog 10:30 The Barkleys 11 AM Sealab 2020

11:30 Runaround 12 N NBC Children's Theatre: "Street Of The Flower Boxes," about four boys on New York's Lower East Side who try to make money and beautify the neighborhood by making and selling window boxes. 1 PM College Basketball: Louisville-Bradley 3 PM SEC Basketball: Kentucky-Florida (time approximate) (This has grown into a big rivalry, especially since Florida coach Billy Donovan came to Gainesville from Kentucky.) 5 PM Billy Walker's Country Carnival (guest: Peggy Little, time approximate) 5:30 Wilburn Brothers 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News (Garrick Utley) 7 PM Porter Wagoner 7:30 The Adventurer (Gene Barry) 8 PM Emergency! 9 PM NBC Movie: "The Alamo" (Part 1) 11 PM News 11:30 Movie: "Sanctuary" WLWT Ch. 5 Cincinnati (NBC) 7:30 Farm Front 8 AM Houndcats 8:30 Roman Holidays 9 AM Jetsons 9:30 Pink Panther 10 AM Underdog 10:30 The Barkleys 11 AM Sealab 2020 11:30 Runaround 12 N NBC Children's Theatre 1 PM College Basketball: St. Joseph vs. Xavier (Cincinnati) 3 PM SEC Basketball: Kentucky-Florida (time approximate) 5 PM Rollin' (Edgar Winter joins Kenny Rogers and the First Edition, time approximate) 5:30 It's Academic (schools: Taylor, Cincinnati Country Day, Clermont Northeastern) 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News 7 PM UFO 8 PM Emergency! 9 PM NBC Movie: "The Alamo" (Part 1) 11 PM News 11:30 Movie: "To Kill A Mockingbird" 2 AM Movie: "The Devil At 4 O'Clock" 4 AM Movie: "Desert Detour" WCPO Ch. 9 Cincinnati (CBS) 5:50 Farm News

6 AM Sunrise Semester: "Personality Theory And Creativity" 6:30 Call The Doctor 7:30 Bugs Bunny (delay from 8 AM) 8 AM Play It Safe 8:30 Sabrina, The Teenage Witch 9 AM Amazing Chan And The Chan Clan 9:30 New Scooby Doo Movies: "Scooby Doo Meets Laurel And Hardy" 10:30 Josie And The Pussycats In Outer Space 11 AM Flintstones Comedy Hour 12 N Archie's TV Funnies 12:30 Fat Albert And The Cosby Kids (how to cure a habitual moocher) 1 PM CBS Children's Film Festival: "The Johnstown Monster" (sort of like the Loch Ness monster, '71 from England) 2 PM Vision On 2:30 Movie: "Abbott And Costello Meet The Killer, Boris Karloff" (actually, if you've seen this movie, you may notice that Karloff has relatively little to do) 4 PM CBS Golf Classic: Bert Yancey and Tommy Aaron vs. Jim Jamieson and DeWitt Weaver in a firstround match 5 PM Women's Golf: Gloria Ehret and Sandra Haynie vs. Gerda Boykin and Kathy Cornelius in a first-round match 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News (Roger Mudd) 7 PM National Geographic (profile of Jane Goodall) 8 PM All In The Family 8:30 Bridget Loves Bernie 9 PM Mary Tyler Moore (Joe Campanella plays an old boyfriend of Mary's who's trying to come back into her life.) 9:30 Bob Newhart 10 PM Carol Burnett (Tim Conway and Valerie Harper-Tim did not become a regular until 1975) 11 PM News 11:30 Movie: "The Music Man" (Robert Preston, Shirley Jones) WHAS Ch. 11 Louisville (CBS) 7 AM Sunrise Semester 7:30 Cartoon Circus 8 AM Bugs Bunny 8:30 Sabrina, The Teenage Witch 9 AM Amazing Chan And The Chan Clan 9:30 New Scooby Doo Movies 10:30 Cartoon Circus 11 AM Flintstones Comedy Hour 12 N Archie's TV Funnies 12:30 Fat Albert And The Cosby Kids 1 PM College Basketball: Tennessee at Eastern

Kentucky or Western Kentucky at Morehead 3 PM Movie: "Tarzan And His Mate" (time approximate) 5 PM UFO 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Hee Haw (guests: Jody Miller, Joe Stampley, Tony Booth) 8 PM All In The Family 8:30 Bridget Loves Bernie 9 PM Mary Tyler Moore 9:30 Bob Newhart 10 PM Carol Burnett 11 PM News 11:30 Movie: "Sergeant Rutledge" WKRC Ch. 12 Cincinnati (ABC) 7 AM Curiosity Shop (the evolution of clothing, delay from Sun 10 AM) 8 AM H.R. Pufnstuf 8:30 Jackson Five 9 AM The Osmonds 9:30 ABC Saturday Superstar Movie: "Thunder Mountain" (with an animated Lassie) 10:30 Brady Kids 11 AM Variety Street 11:30 Kid Power 12 N Movie: "Pork Chop Hill" 2 PM Wrestling 3 PM Pro Bowlers Tour: Fair Lanes Open from Baltimore 4:30 Wide World Of Sports: Daytona 125, which determines the field for the Daytona 500; tentative: Joe Bugner (European heavyweight champ) vs. Muhammad Ali 6 PM Golf: Andy Williams San Diego Open (from Torrey Pines, third round) 7 PM Hee Haw 8 PM Here We Go Again (a flop for Larry Hagman) 8:30 A Touch Of Grace (ditto for Shirley Booth) 9 PM Julie Andrews Hour (Sandy Duncan, Sergio Franchi, Muppets Thog and Rowlf, salute to Jerome Kern) 10 PM Jigsaw 11 PM News 11:30 NBC Movie: "Poor Devil" (pre-empted on Ch. 5 the preceding Wednesday) 1 AM In Concert: The Hollies, Loggins and Messina, Billy Preston (delay from Fri 11:30) WKPC Ch. 15 Louisville (PBS) 7:30 Sesame Street 8:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 9 AM Sesame Street 10 AM Electric Company 10:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 11 AM Sesame Street 12 N Electric Company

12:30 Sesame Street 1:30 Electric Company 2 PM Zoom 2:30 Electric Company 3 PM off the air until 7 PM Firing Line (guest: Huey Newton, founder of the Black Panthers) 8 PM Movie: "Ivan The Terrible, Part 1" (Sergei Eisenstein directed this one from '43, the first of what was to be a three-parter, but never got past part two.) 10 PM Cambridge Debate On Women's Lib (Germaine Greer debates William F. Buckley Jr.) 11 PM NET Opera Theatre: "The Trial Of Mary Lincoln" (Robert Todd Lincoln seeks to have his mother declared insane in 1875--flashbacks show the tragedies in her life that fueled this proceeding.) WLEX Ch. 18 Lexington (NBC) 7 AM Agriculture U.S.A. 7:30 Leisure 8 AM Houndcats 8:30 Roman Holidays 9 AM Jetsons 9:30 Pink Panther 10 AM Underdog 10:30 The Barkleys 11 AM Sealab 2020 11:30 Runaround 12 N NBC Children's Theatre 1 PM Homemakers Today 1:30 Focus On Minorities 2 PM University Of Kentucky 2:30 Kentucky Afield 3 PM Wilburn Brothers 3:30 College Basketball: North CarolinaFlorida State (Florida State was not yet in the ACC.) 5:30 Lee Rose (Transylvania University basketball highlights, time approximate) 6 PM Porter Wagoner (guests: Ed and Lorraine) 6:30 NBC News 7 PM Lawrence Welk (down on the farm) 8 PM Emergency! 9 PM NBC Movie: "The Alamo" (Part 1) 11 PM News 11:30 Early Start (religion) 11:40 Movie: "Goodbye, Charlie" WXIX Ch. 19 Cincinnati (Ind.) 7:30 Bugs Bunny (separate from the CBS show airing on Ch. 9 at the same time) 8 AM Popeye 8:30 Porky Pig 9 AM Rocky And His Friends

9:30 Jonny Quest 10 AM Daniel Boone 11 AM Rifleman 11:30 Movie: "Charlie Chan In Reno" 12:30 Wrestling 1:30 College Basketball: Purdue-Michigan State 3:30 Rifleman (time approximate) 4 PM Roller Derby 5 PM Petticoat Junction 5:30 Gomer Pyle, USMC 6 PM Courtship Of Eddie's Father 6:30 Andy Griffith 7 PM I Love Lucy (the William Holden episode) 7:30 That Girl (guest: Cloris Leachman as Don's sister) 8 PM Boris Karloff Presents Thriller 9 PM Movie: "The Mummy" (more Karloff) 11 PM Twilight Zone (Larry Blyden as a thief who goes to "The Great Beyond" and finds his every whim granted) 11:30 Roller Derby 12:30 NHL Action 1 AM Sea Hunt WKYT Ch. 27 Lexington (CBS) 7 AM Consumer Report 7:30 Sabrina, The Teenage Witch 8 AM Bugs Bunny 8:30 Mr. Magoo 9 AM Amazing Chan And The Chan Clan 9:30 New Scooby Doo Movies 10:30 Josie And The Pussycats In Outer Space 11 AM Flintstones Comedy Hour 12 N Archie's TV Funnies 12:30 Fat Albert And The Cosby Kids 1 PM College Basketball: Tennessee at Eastern Kentucky or Western Kentucky at Morehead 3 PM SEC Basketball: Kentucky-Florida (time approximate) 5 PM National Geographic: "The Violent Earth" (delay from Thu 8 PM, time approximate) 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Hee Haw 8 PM All In The Family 8:30 Bridget Loves Bernie 9 PM Mary Tyler Moore 9:30 Bob Newhart 10 PM Carol Burnett 11 PM News 11:30 Movie: "The Man Who Reclaimed His Head" (Claude Rains) 1:30 Wrestling WLKY Ch. 32 Louisville (ABC) 7 AM Curiosity Shop (same as Ch. 12) 8 AM H.R. Pufnstuf

8:30 Jackson Five 9 AM The Osmonds 9:30 ABC Saturday Superstar Movie 10:30 Brady Kids 11 AM Bewitched 11:30 Kid Power 12 N Funky Phantom 12:30 Lidsville 1 PM Wrestling 2 PM Fishin' Hole 3 PM Pro Bowlers Tour 4:30 Wide World Of Sports 6 PM Golf: Andy Williams San Diego Open (third round) 7 PM Thrillseekers 7:30 This Is Your Life (Anne Baxter is the surprisee) 8 PM Here We Go Again 8:30 A Touch Of Grace 9 PM Julie Andrews Hour 10 PM Jigsaw 11 PM Twilight Zone 11:30 Movie: "The Vulture" 1:15 ABC News (Sam Donaldson) 1:30 Movie: "Homicidal" WDRB Ch. 41 Louisville (Ind.) 9:30 New Shapes: Education 10 AM Rap (discussion, not music) 10:30 Crafts With Katy (Katy Dacus) 11 AM Hobby Talk 11:30 Wally's Workshop (Wally and Natalie Bruner) 12 N NHL Action 12:30 Movie: "The Brass Legend" 2 PM Wrestling 3 PM Roller Derby 4 PM Soul Train 5 PM Boris Karloff Presents Thriller 6 PM Munsters 6:30 Patty Duke 7 PM Movie: "House Of Wax" (somebody tell me what was significant about this movie) 8:30 Movie: "The Raven" (a treat for horror-film lovers: Boris Karloff and Vincent Price together) 10 PM Boris Karloff Presents Thriller 11 PM Movie: "The Big Shot" (the star is Humphrey Bogart, but watch for Susan Peters, a rising young star in the '40s whose career was limited considerably after she was left paralyzed from the waist down in a 1945 hunting accident--she did play a wheelchair-bound lawyer on the 1951 NBC soap "Miss Susan," but the daily grind wore down her health; she died in 1952--this movie is from before her accident, 1942) 1 AM Wrestling

WBLG Ch. 62 (WTVQ Ch. 36) Lexington (ABC) 8 AM H.R. Pufnstuf 8:30 Jackson Five 9 AM The Osmonds 9:30 ABC Saturday Superstar Movie 10:30 Brady Kids 11 AM Bewitched 11:30 Kid Power 12 N Funky Phantom 12:30 Lidsville 1 PM Monkees 1:30 American Bandstand (guests: Gallery, who don't sing "It's So Nice To Be With You") 2 PM Recreation Today 2:30 Wrestling 3:30 Pro Bowlers Tour (joined in progress) 4:30 Wide World Of Sports 6 PM Golf: Andy Williams San Diego Open (third round) 7 PM UFO 8 PM Here We Go Again 8:30 A Touch Of Grace 9 PM Julie Andrews Hour 10 PM Jigsaw 11 PM ABC News 11:15 News 11:30 Movie: "Gentleman Jim" (the life of boxer Gentleman Jim Corbett, from '42, with Errol Flynn--years later a well-known country/MOR singer would be known as Gentleman Jim Reeves) E Kentucky Educational Television (WKZT/23 Elizabethtown, WKSO/29 Somerset, WKMR/38 Morehead, WKLE/46 Lexington, WKON/52 Owenton, WCVN/54 Covington, WKMJ/68 Louisville) off air on Saturday Retro: Eastern Virginia Wednesday, March 11, 1970 From TV Guide, Eastern Virginia Edition: WTAR (WTKR) Ch. 3 Norfolk (CBS) 5:55 These Things We Share 6:10 Town And Country 6:20 Sunrise Semester: "Iranian Culture" 6:50 Lift Up Mine Eyes 7 AM CBS News (Joseph Benti) 7:30 Flibbertigibbet 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM The Game Game (question: "How proud are you of your past?" Celebrities: Bill Dana, Alice Ghostley, Susan Saint James; Jim ("Celebrity Sweepstakes") McKrell hosts.) 9:30 The Farmer's Daughter

10 AM The Lucy Show 10:30 Beverly Hillbillies (in England, Jethro goes dragon hunting) 11 AM Andy Griffith 11:30 Love Of Life 12 N Where The Heart Is 12:25 News (local) 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM Mildred Alexander 1:30 As The World Turns 2 PM Love Is A Many Splendored Thing 2:30 Guiding Light 3 PM Secret Storm 3:30 Edge Of Night 4 PM Gomer Pyle, USMC 4:30 Gilligan's Island 5 PM Truth Or Consequences 5:30 Hazel 6 PM News, Weather, Sports 6:30 CBS News (Walter Cronkite) 7 PM Dick Van Dyke (Dick's brother Jerry appears as Rob Petrie's brother Stacey) 7:30 Hee Haw (still on CBS--guests: Chill Wills, Dottie West, George Jones) 8:30 Beverly Hillbillies (Phil Silvers as Shifty Shafer) 9 PM Medical Center (Forrest Tucker as an ex-football player who needs an incentive to have surgery on his legs.) 10 PM Hawaii Five-O 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Merv Griffin (on CBS at the time) WSVA (WHSV) Ch. 3 Harrisonburg (NBC/ABC) 7:50 Town And Country 8 AM Today (joined in progress: Robert van dan Bosch, head of Mensa) 9 AM Bugs Bunny/Porky Pig 9:30 Huckleberry Hound/Yogi Bear 10 AM It Takes Two (Greg Morris, Karen Valentine and spouses; Jack Carter and date) 10:25 NBC News (Nancy Dickerson) 10:30 Concentration 11 AM Sale Of The Century 11:30 Hollywood Squares (Shelley Berman, Nanette Fabray, Rosemary Forsyth, Phil Silvers, Dennis Weaver, Paul Lynde) 12 N Bewitched 12:30 That Girl 1 PM All My Children 1:30 Let's Make A Deal 2 PM Newlywed Game 2:30 Dating Game 3 PM General Hospital 3:30 One Life To Live 4 PM Dark Shadows

4:30 Hazel (w/"Dialing For Dollars") 5 PM Rawhide (w/"Dialing For Dollars") 6 PM ABC News (Frank Reynolds/Howard K. Smith) 6:30 News, Weather, Sports (still in b&w) 7 PM Klassroom Kwiz (members of the Turner Ashley High School D.E. Club take on last week's winners) 7:30 Nanny And The Professor (Edward Everett Horton as a grumpy zoologist who has Nanny arrested for spiriting three ducklings out of a public park) 8 PM Courtship Of Eddie's Father 8:30 Room 222 9 PM Johnny Cash (O.C. Smith, Hank Williams Jr., Linda Ronstadt, singer Lawrence Reynolds) 10 PM Engelbert Humperdinck (Carol Lawrence, Don Knotts, British singer Malcolm Roberts, the Edwin Hawkins Singers) 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Dick Cavett WTVR Ch. 6 Richmond (CBS) 6 AM Sunrise Semester: "African Social Anthropology" 6:30 Virginia Today 7 AM CBS News 8 AM Richmond Today 8:30 Romper Room 9 AM Captain Kangaroo 10 AM The Lucy Show 10:30 Beverly Hillbillies 11 AM Andy Griffith 11:30 Love Of Life 12 N Where The Heart Is 12:25 CBS News (Douglas Edwards) 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM Queen For A Day (Dick Curtis) 1:30 As The World Turns 2 PM Love Is A Many Splendored Thing 2:30 Guiding Light 3 PM Secret Storm 3:30 Edge Of Night 4 PM Gomer Pyle, USMC 4:30 Sooper Dog 5 PM Big Valley 6 PM News, Weather, Sports 6:30 CBS News 7 PM News, Weather 7:30 Hee Haw 8:30 Beverly Hillbillies 9 PM Medical Center 10 PM Hawaii Five-O 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Merv Griffin WXEX (WRIC) Ch. 8 Petersburg-Richmond (ABC) 6:30 R.F.D. 8 7 AM News

7:20 Town And Country 7:30 Dennis Wholey 9 AM Dialing For Dollars 10 AM Girl Talk (topic: self-defense for women, w/"Dialing For Dollars") 10:30 Loretta Young (w/"Dialing For Dollars") 11 AM Divorce Court (w/"Dialing For Dollars") 11:30 Galloping Gourmet 12 N Bewitched 12:30 That Girl 1 PM All My Children 1:30 Let's Make A Deal 2 PM Newlywed Game 2:30 Dating Game 3 PM General Hospital 3:30 One Life To Live 4 PM Dark Shadows 4:30 David Frost (George Segal, Orson Bean, Bobby Vinton, comic London Lee, restaurateur Irene Kuo, w/"Dialing For Dollars") 5:55 Paul Harvey 6 PM News, Weather, Sports 6:30 Brady Bunch (delay from Fri 8 PM) 7 PM Truth Or Consequences 7:30 Nanny And The Professor 8 PM Courtship Of Eddie's Father 8:30 Room 222 9 PM Johnny Cash 10 PM Engelbert Humperdinck 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Movie: "Drums In The Deep South" 1 AM News, Weather, Sports WAVY Ch. 10 Norfolk (NBC) 6:30 Farm Show 7 AM Today (in addition to the head of Mensa, gourmet-raconteur Roy Andries de Groot discusses his blindness) 9 AM David Frost (Joe Frazier, Garry Moore, Mrs. Moshe Dayan, Little Richard, w/"Dialing For Dollars") 10 AM It Takes Two 10:25 NBC News 10:30 Concentration 11 AM Sale Of The Century 11:30 Hollywood Squares 12 N Jeopardy! 12:30 Who, What Or Where 12:55 NBC News (Floyd Kalber) 1 PM News Magazine 1:30 Life With Linkletter (topic: should priests be allowed to marry?) 2 PM Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World

3:30 Bright Promise 4 PM Mike Douglas (co-host Red Buttons, Jane Withers, the Three Degrees) 5 PM Star Trek 6 PM News, Weather, Sports 6:30 Huntley/Brinkley Report 7 PM Marshal Dillon 7:30 The Virginian 9 PM Kraft Music Hall (hosts Steve Lawrence and Eydie Gorme; guests Peggy Lee and Shecky Greene) 10 PM Then Came Bronson 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Tonight Show 1 AM News, Weather, Sports 1:05 Captain's Galley WWBT Ch. 12 Richmond (NBC) 6:35 Virginia Almanac 7 AM Today 9 AM Betty Feezor 9:30 Mike Douglas (co-host Fernando Lamas, Margaret Mead, comic Jackie Kahane, Little Richard) 10:30 Concentration 11 AM Sale Of The Century 11:30 Hollywood Squares 12 N Jeopardy! 12:30 Who, What Or Where 12:55 NBC News 1 PM Name Droppers 1:30 Life With Linkletter 2 PM Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 3:30 Hazel 4 PM Flintstones 4:30 Star Trek (Jane Wyatt as Spock's human mother) 5:30 News, Weather, Sports 6 PM Perry Mason 7 PM Huntley/Brinkley Report 7:30 Movie: "The Last Sunset" 9 PM Kraft Music Hall 10 PM Then Came Bronson 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Tonight Show WVEC Ch. 13 Norfolk (ABC) 7:30 Wild Bill Hickok 8 AM Comedy Time 8:30 Romper Room 9 AM Galloping Gourmet 9:30 America! (travelogue)

10 AM News, Weather 10:05 Fashions In Sewing 10:15 Movie: "Mystery Sea Raider" 11:50 News, Weather 12 N Bewitched 12:30 That Girl 1 PM All My Children 1:30 Let's Make A Deal 2 PM Newlywed Game 2:30 Dating Game 3 PM General Hospital 3:30 One Life To Live 4 PM Dark Shadows 4:30 Bungles And His Friends 5:30 News, Weather, Sports 6 PM ABC News 6:30 Perry Mason 7:30 Nanny And The Professor 8 PM Courtship Of Eddie's Father 8:30 Room 222 9 PM Movie: "An Affair To Remember" 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:25 Movie: "The King And Four Queens" 1:05 News WHRO Ch. 15 Norfolk (NET) 8 AM In-school programs 4 PM Sesame Street 5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 5:30 Sesame Street 6:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 7 PM Folk Guitar 7:30 Making Things Grow 8 PM Agricultural Chemicals 8:30 Book Beat 9 PM International Magazine (children around the world: British kids discuss sex education, a Mongoloid child who wrote an autobiography, the decline in infant mortality in an aborigine settlement thanks to a white doctor, an emotionally disturbed Danish girl who creates remarkably fanciful paintings, former juvenile delinquents perform in a Spanish circus) 10 PM Soul! (LeRoi Jones reads some of his poetry, jazz group the Pharaoh Sanders Ensemble) WCVE Ch. 23 Richmond (NET) 7:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 8 AM Sesame Street 9 AM TBA 9:30 In-school programs 6:30 Sesame Street 7:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 8 PM Music On Television (the upcoming NET presentation of the

opera "My Heart's In The Highlands" is discussed by its composer Jack Beeson, conductor Peter Herman Adler, and William Saroyan) 8:30 Book Beat 9 PM International Magazine 10 PM Soul! WYAH (WGNT) Ch. 27 Portsmouth (Ind.) 4:30 Mister Ed 5 PM Leave It To Beaver 5:30 Jim And Tammy 6:30 Queen For A Day 7 PM Hour 27 8 PM America Sings 8:30 The Story 9 PM Kathryn Kuhlman 9:30 The Ministers 10 PM News, Weather, Sports 10:30 700 Club Retro: North Carolina Sunday, July 4, 1976 Day 2 of Bicentennial coverage. From TV Guide, North Carolina Edition: WFMY Ch. 2 Greensboro (CBS) 7:30 Good News 8 AM In Celebration Of US (Walter Cronkite anchors CBS's daylong coverage) 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News (Bob Schieffer) 7 PM In Celebration Of US continues 11 PM News 11:15 CBS News (Morton Dean) 11:30 In Celebration Of US sign off 12 Midnight E (WUND/2 Columbia/Edenton; WUNC/4 Chapel Hill; WUNK/25 Greenville, NC; WUNL/26 Winston-Salem; WUNJ/39 Wilmington; WUNG/58 Concord) 1:45 Festival For The Fourth (North Carolina's Bicentennial celebration, from Raleigh) 4 PM Book Beat 4:30 Crockett's Victory Garden 5 PM Consumer Survival Kit 5:30 Wall Street Week 6 PM North Carolina People 6:30 World Press 7 PM Nova 8 PM Evening At Pops

9 PM Masterpiece Theatre: "Notorious Woman" (Part 5) 10 PM Bill Moyers' Journal sign off 11 PM WBTV Ch. 3 Charlotte (CBS) 7 AM The Story 7:30 Light Unto My Path 8 AM In Celebration Of US 6 PM News 6:30 It Happened In The Carolinas 7 PM In Celebration Of Us continues 11 PM News 11:15 CBS News 11:30 In Celebration Of US 12 M Movie: "Career" sign off 2 AM WWAY Ch. 3 Wilmington (ABC) 7 AM Cavalcade Of Quartets 7:30 Spirit Of '76 8 AM Rev. Leonard Repass 8:30 Conrad Hinson Family 9 AM Day Of Discovery 9:30 Rex Humbard 10:30 Jerry Falwell 11:30 It Is Written 12 N Issues And Answers 12:30 McRoy Gardner (gospel music) 1 PM Formby's Antique Furniture Workshop 1:30 Great American Birthday Party (Harry Reasoner anchors) 2:30 This Is Baseball 3 PM Carolina Sportsman 3:30 Great American Birthday Party 4:30 World Invitational Tennis: Chris Evert vs. Evonne Goolagong 6 PM Focus 7 PM Billy Graham Bicentennial Festival Of Faith 8 PM ABC Movie: "The New Land" (pilot for a failed 1974 series) 10 PM Great American Birthday Party 11 PM ABC News (Bill Beutel) 11:15 Friends Of Man 11:45 Sacred Heart sign off 12 Midnight WRAL Ch. 5 Raleigh (ABC) 6:30 Gospel Singing Jubilee 7:30 Sister Gary 8 AM Fellowship Hour 8:30 I Love America

9 AM Oral Roberts 9:30 Good News 10 AM Light Unto My Path 10:30 Day Of Discovery 11 AM First Presbyterian Church 12 N Issues And Answers 12:30 Capital Close-Up 1 PM Carl Grey's Bicentennial 1:30 Great American Birthday Party 2:30 Festival For The Fourth (joined in progress) 4 PM Lawrence Welk (his Bicentennial show, the highest rating he ever got) 5 PM Movie: "The Big Show" 7 PM Billy Graham Bicentennial Festival Of Faith 8 PM ABC Movie: "The New Land" 10 PM Great American Birthday Party 11 PM News 11:30 TBA 12:30 ABC News sign off 12:45 AM WECT Ch. 6 Wilmington (NBC) 7:30 Max Morris, A Preacher And His Piano 8 AM Glorious Fourth (NBC's coverage) 10 AM Oral Roberts 10:30 Garner Ted Armstrong 11 AM Glorious Fourth continues 12 N Meet The Press 1 PM Glorious Fourth continues 6 PM Family Affair 6:30 NBC News (John Hart) 7 PM Happy Birthday, America 8:30 Bob Hope Special 10 PM Best Of The Fourth (John Chancellor and David Brinkley anchor) 11 PM Movie: "Fort Apache" (the Western) 1 AM World Of Survival sign off 1:30 AM WITN Ch. 7 Washington, NC (NBC) 7 AM Vegetable Soup 7:30 Christian Viewpoint 8 AM Glorious Fourth 10 AM Rex Humbard 11 AM Glorious Fourth continues 12 N Meet The Press 1 PM Glorious Fourth continues 6 PM Tempo '76 6:30 NBC News 7 PM Happy Birthday, America 8:30 Bob Hope

10 PM Best Of The Fourth 11 PM Good News 11:30 The Saint sign off 12:30 AM WGHP Ch. 8 High Point (ABC) 7:25 Religious News 7:30 Chaplain Of Bourbon Street 8 AM Gospel Expo 8:30 Jerry Falwell 9:30 Jimmy Swaggart 10 AM Hour Of Power 11 AM Great American Birthday Party 12 N Issues And Answers 12:30 Medix 1 PM Help Yourself 1:30 Great American Birthday Party 2:30 Bill Dance Outdoors 3 PM Porter Wagoner 3:30 That Good Ole Nashville Music 4 PM Movie: "Yankee Doodle Dandy" 6 PM Tarzan 7 PM Glory Road West 8 PM ABC Movie: "The New Land" 10 PM Great American Birthday Party 11 PM News 11:15 ABC News 11:30 Merv Griffin 1 AM News WNCT Ch. 9 Greenville, NC (CBS) 8 AM Jerry Falwell 9 AM Oral Roberts 9:30 In Celebration Of US (joined in progress) 6:30 CBS News 7 PM In Celebration Of US continues 11 PM CBS News 11:15 TBA 11:30 In Celebration Of US sign off 12 Midnight WSOC Ch. 9 Charlotte (NBC) 6:30 Jerry Falwell 7:30 Flames Of Revival 8 AM Glorious Fourth 12 N Meet The Press 1 PM Glorious Fourth continues 6 PM Garner Ted Armstrong 6:30 Wild Kingdom 7 PM Happy Birthday, America 8:30 Bob Hope 10 PM Best Of The Fourth

11 PM News 11:30 Jack Hudson Presents 12 M The Kopykats sign off 1 AM WIS Ch. 10 Columbia, SC (NBC) 5 AM Great American Celebration (from 7 PM Saturday) 7 AM Gospel Singing Jubilee 7:30 South Carolina Pulpit 8 AM Glorious Fourth 12 N Meet The Press 1 PM Glorious Fourth continues 6 PM Sunday Report 7 PM Happy Birthday, America 8:30 Bob Hope 10 PM Best Of The Fourth 11 PM News 11:30 Virginian 1 AM With This Ring sign off 1:15 AM WTVD Ch. 11 Durham (CBS) 5 AM Great American Celebration (from 7 PM Saturday) 7 AM Curious Kaleidoscope 7:30 Big Blue Marble 8 AM In Celebration Of US 6 PM Let's Go To The Races 6:30 CBS News 7 PM In Celebration Of US 11 PM News 11:15 CBS News 11:30 In Celebration Of US 12 M It Takes A Thief 1 AM The Story sign off 1:30 AM WCTI Ch. 12 New Bern (ABC) 7 AM Gospel Singing Jubilee 8 AM Rev. Danny White 8:30 Voice Of Victory 9 AM Four In Christ 9:30 Hour Of Power 10:30 Jerry Falwell 11:30 TBA 12 N Issues And Answers 12:30 Encounter 1 PM This Is Baseball 1:30 Movie: "Man's Favorite Sport?" 4 PM James Franciscus' Water World 4:30 WCT Tennis 6 PM Patsy Awards (Betty White and

Allen Ludden honor outstanding animal actors) 6:30 Barney Miller (Candid Camera runs in Barney's in-pattern slot, 8:30 Thursdays) 7 PM Glory Road West 8 PM ABC Movie: "The New Land" 10 PM Great American Birthday Party 11 PM ABC News 11:15 Sammy And Company sign off 12:45 AM WXII Ch. 12 Winston-Salem (NBC) 7 AM Rev. Leonard Repass 7:30 Flames Of Revival 8 AM Glorious Fourth 10 AM Midmorning's Glorious Fourth (local version of NBC's program) 11 AM Glorious Fourth continues 12 N Meet The Press 1 PM Glorious Fourth continues 6 PM Campaign '76 6:30 NBC News 7 PM Happy Birthday, America 8:30 Bob Hope 10 PM Best Of The Fourth 11 PM Wrestling sign off 12 Midnight WBTW Ch. 13 Florence, SC (CBS/ABC) 7 AM Gospel Singing Jubilee 8 AM Christ Is The Answer 8:30 New Life In Christ 9 AM Oral Roberts 9:30 Day Of Discovery 10 AM Involvement 10:30 Rex Humbard 11:30 Happening (public affairs) 12 N In Celebration Of US (joined in progress) 6 PM Fisherman 6:30 CBS News 7 PM In Celebration Of US 8 PM Billy Graham Bicentennial Festival Of Faith 9 PM Southern Methodist Salute To America 10 PM In Celebration Of US 11 PM ABC News 11:15 CBS News 11:30 Jerry Falwell sign off 12:30 AM WCCB Ch. 18 Charlotte (ABC)

5 AM Great American Celebration (from 7 PM Saturday) 7 AM Viking (the Viking Mars landing, scheduled for today) 7:30 All Aboard America (the Freedom Train, which carries America's major documents) 8 AM Rev. Leroy Jenkins 8:30 Vision Outreach 9 AM Jimmy Swaggart 9:30 Movin' With Bluegrass 10 AM Hour Of Power 11 AM Great American Birthday Party 12 N Issues And Answers 12:30 Viewpoint 1 PM Ernest Angley 2 PM Steve Allen's Laugh Back 3:30 Nanny And The Professor 4 PM NFL Championship Games 4:30 WCT Tennis 6 PM Southern Sportsman 6:30 Freedom Is 7 PM Glory Road West 8 PM ABC Movie: "The New Land" 10 PM Great American Birthday Party 11 PM ABC News 11:15 News Review WRDU (WRDC) Ch. 28 Durham (NBC) 7:30 Jerry Falwell 8:30 First Assembly 9 AM United Christian Fellowship Miracle Crusade 9:30 Carolina Focus 10 AM Gospel Light 10:30 Sports Challenge 11 AM Church Service--Presbyterian 11:30 James Franciscus' Water World 12 N Meet The Press 1 PM Glorious Fourth 6 PM Wild Kingdom 6:30 NBC News 7 PM Happy Birthday, America 8:30 Bob Hope 10 PM Best Of The Fourth 11 PM PTL Club sign off 1 AM WRET (WCNC) Ch. 36 Charlotte (Ind.) 6:45 Sacred Heart 7 AM Your Future Is Now 7:30 People To People 8 AM Chaplain Of Bourbon Street

8:30 Rev. Thea Jones 9 AM Leroy Jenkins 9:30 Flintstones 10 AM Jimmy Swaggart 10:30 Movie: "Yankee Doodle Dandy" 1 PM Formby's Antique Furniture Workshop 1:30 This Is Baseball 2 PM PTL Club 4 PM Baseball: Braves-Giants 6:30 Putt Putt Golf (time approximate) 7 PM People To People 7:30 Rev. Thea Jones 8 PM Billy Graham Bicentennial Festival Of Faith 9 PM Cry In The Wilderness 9:30 Moment Of Truth (religion) 10 PM PTL Club sign off 12 Midnight WTVI Ch. 42 Charlotte (PBS) 3:30 America, America, America 5 PM Erica (needlework) 5:30 Ilona's Palette 6 PM Wall Street Week 6:30 Lowell Thomas Remembers 7 PM Olympiad 8 PM Evening At Pops 9 PM Masterpiece Theatre 10 PM David Susskind sign off 11:45 PM Retro: Manitoba/Saskatchewan Sat, Mar 12, 1977 from TV Guide-Manitoba/Saskatchewan edition CKCK 2-CTV Regina relays on 6 Willow Bunch, 7 Marquis (Moose Jaw), 11 Fort Qu'Appelle, 12 Colgate, and 12 Swift Current 7:00 Unitel 7:30 Circle Square 8:00 Harrigan 8:30 Roy Rogers 9:00 Quick Draw McGraw 9:30 Kidstuff 10:30 Let's Go 11:00 Magilla Gorilla 11:30 Flintstones noon Snooker Championships 12:30 News 12:45 Minor Leaguer 1:00 Outdoor Sportsman 1:30 Debate 2:00 Wrestling 3:00 CTV Wide World of Sports: IROC auto racing/American Cup Gymnastics/West Canada

Curling Championship 5:00 Star Trek 6:00 News 6:15 People 6:30 Kinsmen TV Bingo 7:00 Emergency! 8:00 Movie "What's Up, Doc?" 10:00 Sandison (Johnny Sandison was a long-time CKCK personality, and also served as the station's weatherman) 10:30 Connection 11:00 CTV National News 11:20 News 11:30 Movie "Chinatown" 2:00 Movie "I Love My Wife" KGFE 2-PBS Grand Forks 4:15pm Peek at the Week 4:30 Perspective 5:00 Eco Junction 5:30 Zoom 6:00 Rebop 6:30 Once Upon a Classic 7:05 National Geographic 8:10 Epic That Never Was 9:05 Pleasure at Her Majesty's 10:30 Sesame Street at Night CBWFT 3-SRC Regina relays on 3 Flin Flon, 3 Ste-Rose, 5 Thompson, 6 The Pas, 13 Regina (CBKFT), and 13 St-Lazare 9:00 Demetan la petite grenouille 9:30 Wickie 10:00 Misha la boule 10:30 Lassie 11:00 Les enfants du 47A 11:30 Es-tu d'accord? noon Les heros du samedi (coverage from the Quebec Pee Wee Hockey Tournament) 1:00 Sportheque 2:00 Femme d'aujourd'hui 3:00 Cine-Jeunesse "Yao" (a Cote d'Ivoire import) 5:00 Bagatelle 6:00 Genies en herbe (French Canada's counterpart to Reach for the Top, with a similar format) 6:30 Le Telejournal 6:35 Partout 7:00 La Soiree du Hockey: Chicago-Montreal 9:30 Cosmos: 1999 (Space: 1999) 10:30 Le Telejournal 11:00 La politique federale 11:10 Cinema "Les aventuriers" 12:40 Cinema "Le denonciateur" CKOS 3-CBC Yorkton relays on 6 Wynyard and 7 Estevan 9:00 Unitel 9:30 Gilligan's Island 10:00 Flipper 10:30 Peanuts & Popcorn

11:55 What's New? noon News 12:30 Howie Meeker 12:45 Mr. Chips 1:00 Canadian Curling Championship (from Montreal's Olympic Velodrome, of all places Cheesy) 3:30 Sportsweek 4:00 Wrestling 5:00 Space: 1999 6:00 CBC News: Saturday Report 6:30 News 7:00 Hockey Night in Canada: Chicago-Montreal 10:00 Hawaii Five-O 11:00 The National 11:15 Provincial Affairs 11:20 News 11:40 Movie "Thieves Like Us" CBKMT 4-Moose Jaw/CBKRT 9-Regina/CBKST 11-Saskatoon (CBC; 4/11 were also secondary SRC) 11 relayed on 9 Stranaer and 12 La Ronge 9:00 (4/11) simulcast with SRC 9:30 (9) Parade 10:30 Peanuts & Popcorn 11:55 What's New? noon (4/9) Reach for the Top: Holy Cross v Walter Murray noon (11) Superman 12:30 (4/9) Flipper 12:30 (11) Batman 1:00 Canadian Curling Championship 3:30 Sportsweek 4:00 (4/9) Avengers 4:00 (11) Star Trek 5:00 Space: 1999 6:00 CBC News: Saturday Report 6:30 Andy (guest Jose Feliciano) 7:00 HNIC: Chicago-Montreal 10:00 (4/9) Saskatchewan Talent Hunt 10:00 (11) Reach for the Top: Vanier Collegiate v Dr. Martin Leboldus High 10:30 Bob McLean (guests Barbara Frum, Bob Mann, and Maggie Bayliss) 11:00 The National 11:15 Provincial Affairs 11:20 (4/9) News 11:20 (11) Movie "The King of Marvin Gardens" 11:30 (4/9) Movie "The Panic in Needle Park" 1:10 (4/9) Movie "McHale's Navy" KXJB 4-CBS Fargo 6:30 Sunrise Semester "Religions and Civilizations of the Near East" 7:00 Sylvester & Tweety 7:30 Clue Club 8:00 Bugs Bunny/Road Runner 9:00 Tarzan 9:30 Batman (animated) 10:00 Shazam!/Isis 11:00 Fat Albert 11:30 Ark II

noon Way Out Games: quarterfinal action as Oregon takes on Puerto Rico (did PR even have an Eye affiliate at that point?) 12:30 CBS Children's Film Festival "Winter of the Witch" 1:00 Batman (Zsa Zsa Gabor is the evil owner of a health spa) 1:30 Hudson Brothers 2:00 Far Out Space Nuts 2:30 Ara's Sports World (Reggie Jackson gives baseball tips) 3:00 Doral-Eastern Open golf 4:00 CBS Sports Spectacular: World Championship of Motorcycle Jumping/USAC Midget Car Racing Championship 5:00 North Stars Hockey Show (who originated this in Minneapolis?) 5:30 CBS Evening News 6:00 News 6:30 Little Rascals "Lucky Corner" (bw) 7:00 Mary Tyler Moore 7:30 Bob Newhart 8:00 All in the Family 8:30 Pre-Game Show 8:45 High School Basketball: North Dakota Class A Championship, live from the NDSU Fieldhouse 10:30 News 11:00 Gunsmoke mid. Peter Marshall (guests Dionne Warwick, Ed McMahon, Valerie Bertinelli, Donny Most, and Pat McCormick) CKX 5-CBC Brandon relays on 9 Melita and 11 Foxwarren 10:15 Howie Meeker 10:30 Peanuts & Popcorn 11:55 What's New? noon Roy Rogers 1:00 Canadian Curling Championship 3:30 Sportsweek 4:00 East Side Champion Ruffians 5:00 Space: 1999 6:00 CBC News: Saturday Report 6:30 Andy 7:00 HNIC: Chicago-Montreal 10:00 Starsky & Hutch 11:00 The National 11:15 Provincial Affairs 11:20 Movie "Deadfall" CJFB 5-CBC Swift Current relays on 2 Eastend, 2 Val Marie, 7 Shaunavon, and 10 Riverhurst 10:00 Scooby-Doo 10:30 Peanuts & Popcorn 11:55 What's New? noon Unitel 12:30 Teleplay 1:00 Canadian Curling Championship 3:30 Sportsweek 4:00 Wrestling 5:00 Space: 1999 6:00 CBC News: Saturday Report 6:30 Andy 7:00 HNIC: Chicago-Montreal

10:00 Watson Report 10:30 Bob McLean 11:00 The National 11:15 Provincial Affairs 11:20 News 11:35 Movie "Confessions of a Police Captain" CKBI 5-CBC Prince Albert relays on 4 Greenwater (Lake), 7 Nipawin, 7 North Battleford, 9 Big River, 9 Spiritwood, and 10 Alticane 10:00 Wrestling 11:00 Larry Solway (guest is author Herbert A. Glieberman, author of Confessions of a Divorce Lawyer- I'll be he's heard a few doozies Grin) 11:30 Willy & Floyd noon Star Trek 1:00 Canadian Curling Championship 3:30 Sportsweek 4:00 Bonanza 5:00 Space: 1999 6:00 CBC News: Saturday Report 6:30 Andy 7:00 HNIC: Chicago-Montreal 10:00 Billy Graham Crusade "How to Be Born Again" (3rd of 5 from Pontiac MI) 11:00 The National 11:15 Provincial Affairs 11:20 Movie "Sands of the Kalahari" CBWT 6-Winnipeg relays on 4 Lac du Bonnet, 7 The Pas, 7 Thompson, 8 Baldy Mountain (a former CKOS tx), 8 Dauphin, 8 Gilliam, 8 Grand Rapids, 8 Lynn Lake, 8 Snow Lake, 9 Norway House, 10 Fisher Branch, 10 Flin Flon, 10 South Indian Lake, 10 Wabowden, 11 Nelson House, 12 Cross Lake, and 13 Leaf Rapids 9:30 Parade 10:30 Peanuts & Popcorn 11:55 What's New? noon Tomorrow People 12:30 Lassie 1:00 Canadian Curling Championship 3:30 Sportsweek 4:00 Gilligan's Island (bw) 4:30 Wild Kingdom 5:00 Space: 1999 6:00 CBC News: Saturday Report 6:30 Andy 7:00 HNIC: Chicago-Montreal 10:00 Movie Mania 10:30 Bob McLean 11:00 The National 11:15 Provincial Affairs 11:20 Sports Scoreboard 11:25 News 11:45 Hawaii Five-O 12:45 Movie: TBA CKY 7-CTV Winnipeg relays on 4 Brandon, 9 Thompson, 11 Snow Lake, 12 Dauphin, 12 The Pas, and 13 Flin Flon

9:00 Huckleberry Hound 9:30 Kidstuff 10:30 Let's Go (a CKY production for the network) 11:00 Snagglepuss 11:30 Augie Doggie noon Third Story 12:30 Circle Square 1:00 McGowan & Co. 1:30 Wonders of the Wild 2:00 Science International 2:30 Snooker Championships 3:00 CTV Wide World of Sports 5:00 Debate 5:30 Wrestling 6:30 Kinsmen TV Bingo (CKY still shows TV Bingo to this day, although these days it airs at 5:30) 7:00 Emergency! 8:00 Movie "What's Up, Doc?" 10:00 Connection 10:30 Amazing Kreskin (guests include Loretta Swit) 11:00 CTV National News 11:20 News 11:30 Profile mid. Movie "Dragnet" (Jack Webb multitasks as star, producer and director) CFQC 8-CTV Saskatoon relays on 2 Melfort, 2 Tisdale, 3 Stranraer, and 6 North Battleford 6:00 University of the Air 6:30 Saskatchewan AM 7:00 Romper Room 7:30 Cartoon Playhouse 8:00 Uncle Bobby 8:30 Let's Go 9:00 Spiderman 9:30 Kidstuff 10:30 Movie "Abbott and Costello Meet the Mummy" (bw) noon Willy & Floyd 12:30 Talent Time 1:00 Wrestling 2:00 Horst Koehler 2:30 Snooker Championships 3:00 CTV Wide World of Sports 5:00 Gilligan's Island 5:30 In View (documentaries from other CTV stations) 6:00 Kinsmen TV Bingo 6:30 News 7:00 Emergency! 8:00 What is Truth? 8:30 All's Fair 9:00 Movie "Giant" (pt 1) 11:00 CTV National News 11:20 News 11:45 Movie "Giant" (conclusion) 1:45 Ironside WDAZ 8-NBC Devils Lake 7:00 Woody Woodpecker

7:30 Pink Panther 9:00 Speed Buggy 9:30 Monster Squad 10:00 Space Ghosts/Frankenstein Jr. 10:30 Big John, Little John 11:00 Land of the Lost 11:30 Muggsy noon Jerry Falwell 1:00 NCAA Basketball Tournament 5:00 Antique Furniture Workshop 5:30 NBC Nightly News 6:00 News 6:30 Sanford & Son 7:00 Billy Graham Crusade "The Day of Judgment" (last of 5 from Pontiac, Johnny and June Carter Cash are among the talent) 8:00 Movie "Mean Streets" 10:00 News 10:30 Saturday Night (host Sissy Spacek, musical guest Richard Baskin) mid. Movie "The Mummy's Tomb" (bw) CKND 9-Ind Winnipeg 9:00 Journal International 9:30 Opposite, Opposite Sexes 10:00 Ed Allen Time 10:30 Magic Show 11:00 Rocket Robin Hood 11:30 Little Rascals noon High School Report 12:30 Farm & Garden 1:00 Pioneer Trails 1:30 WHA: San Diego-Winnipeg 4:00 Sports Probe 4:30 Pro-Am Sports 5:00 Bugs Bunny 6:00 Wildlife Cinema 6:30 Lawrence Welk 7:30 George Hamilton IV 8:00 Horst Koehler 8:30 This Week Today 9:00 Manitobans in Parliament 9:30 Wrestling 10:30 My Country 11:00 Makem & Clancy 11:30 Movie "Crawlspace" CICC 10-CTV Yorkton 2pm Let's Go (CICC signed-on later, due to being a small market twin-stick little-sister station...they signed on at 2:30pm on Sundays and 10am weekdays-delaying Canada AM to 10:30am) 2:30 News 3:00 CTV Wide World of Sports 5:00 Kidstuff 6:00 TBA 6:30 News 7:00 Emergency! 8:00 Movie "What's Up, Doc?" 10:00 Face the Music

10:30 George Hamilton IV 11:00 CTV National News 11:20 News 11:40 Movie "The Big Bounce" KTHI 11-ABC Fargo 6:30 Bullwinkle 7:00 Tom & Jerry/Mumbly 7:30 Jabberjaw 8:00 Scooby-Doo/Dynomutt 9:30 Krofft Supershow 10:30 Superfriends 11:00 Harvey Cartoons 11:30 American Bandstand (guests the Emotions, and Brian Cadd) 12:30 Audubon Wildlife Theatre 1:00 Animal World 1:30 Buck Owens 2:00 Nashville on the Road (guest Jody Miller) 2:30 Pro Bowling: AMF Pro Classic 4:00 ABC Wide World of Sports: IROC auto racing/World Sprint Speed Skating Championships/USUSSR-Canada Track Meet 6:00 Hardy Boys 7:00 Blansky's Beauties 7:30 Fish 8:00 Starsky & Hutch 9:00 Dog & Cat 10:00 News 10:15 ABC News 10:30 That Good Ole Nashville Music (guests the Statler Brothers, Ed Bruce, and Jim Buchanan) 11:00 Movie "The Magus" 1:00 ABC News Retro: Eastern Carolinas Sat, Mar 6, 1965 from Wilmington News via Google News Archive 2 WUSN Charleston 3 WWAY Wilmington 4 WUNC Chapel Hill 5 WRAL Raleigh 5* WCSC Charleston 6 WECT Wilmington 7 WITN Washington 9 WNCT Greenville 11 WTVD Durham/Raleigh 12 WNBE New Bern 13 WBTW Florence Morning 6:30 11 Lost City of Jungle 13 Sunrise Semester 7:00 5 Bomba 5* Farm Hour

7 Clutch Cargo 12 American Bowery Boys 13 Forecast 7:30 5* Sunrise Semester 7 Captain Gallant 11 Jetsons 13 Children's Gospel Hour 8:00 3 Cartoons 5 Sunrise Theatre 5*-9-11-13 Mr. Mayor 6 Robin Hood 7 Hospitality 12 Marionettes 8:15 12 Telestory 8:30 6 Light Unto My Path 12 Jungle Jim 9:00 3 Bannon's Buddies 5* Happy Rene 7 Top Cat 9-13 Alvin 11 Tennessee Tuxedo 9:30 5 Discovery 5*-13 Tennessee Tuxedo 6-7-9-11 Hector Heathcote (c) 12 Fun House 9:45 2 Agricultural Panorama 10:00 2-3-5-12 Shenanigans 4 4H Lesson (sign-off at 11) 5*-9-11-13 Quick Draw McGraw 6-7 Underdog (c) 10:30 2-3-5-12 Annie Oakley 5*-9-11-13 Mighty Mouse 6-7 Fireball XL5 11:00 2 Cartoonsville 3-5-12 Casper 5*-9-11-13 Linus the Lionhearted

6-7 Dennis the Menace 11:30 2-3-5-12 Porky Pig 5*-9-13 Jetsons 6-7-11 Fury Afternoon noon 2-3-5-12 Bugs Bunny 5*-9-11-13 Sky King 6 Exploring 7 Frontier Circus 12:30 2-3-5-12 Hoppity Hooper 5* Jump Time 9-11-13 My Friend Flicka 1:00 2-3-5-12 American Bandstand 5* My Friend Flicka 6 Roller Derby 7 Saturday Matinee 9 I Love Lucy 11 Wild Kingdom 13 Mickey Mouse 1:30 5* Alvin 9-13 CBS News 11 Jungle Theatre 2:00 2 Roller Derby 3 Teen Scene 5 Teenage Frolics 5* Tarzan 6 Feature Movie 9 Checkmate 12 Dance Party 13 Picture for a Saturday Afternoon 2:30 5 Shell's Wonderful World of Golf (c) 12 Big Picture 2:45 11 Sportsview 3:00 2 Adventure 3 Trails West 7 Hardwood Highlights 9 Movie 11 Hollow Crown

12 Outdoorsman 3:15 2 Great Moments in Music 3:30 2-3-5-12 Pro Bowlers Tour 5* Wrestling 7 Silent Service 3:45 13 Platform 4:00 5*-11-13 CBS Golf Classic 6 America's Cup Races 7 Laramie 4:15 9 Headlines of the Century 4:30 6 Days Ahead 9 Joey Bishop 5:00 2-3-12 ABC Wide World of Sports 5 Wrestling 5* Schulz Show 6-7-11 Big Three Golf (c) 9 CBS Golf Classic 13 Auto Racing Spectacular 5:30 5* Country Music 13 Bat Masterson Evening 6:00 5 Grand Ole Opry 5* Zane Grey Theater 6 News Special 7 NBC News 9 News 11 Flipper (c) 13 Saturday Sports 6:10 9 Exclusively Sports 13 Bulletin Board 6:15 6 News/Sports/Weather 7 News 13 Saturday Weather & News

6:25 7-9 Weather 6:30 2 TV Auction 3 Gospel Jubilee 5 Wilburn Brothers 5* Weather Report 6 Daniel Boone 7 Porter Wagoner 9 Carolina Partners 11 Walt Disney (c) 12 Sports 13 Backstage 6:35 5* Sportscope 6:45 5*-12 News 6:55 12 Weather 7:00 2 News 5-5* Porter Wagoner 7 Grand Ole Opry 9 Hennesey 12 Talent Hunt 13 McHale's Navy 7:30 2-3-5-12 King Family 5*-9-11-13 Jackie Gleason 6-7 Flipper (c) 8:00 6-7 Kentucky Jones 8:30 2-3-5-12 Lawrence Welk 5*-9-11-13 Gilligan's Island 6-7 Saturday Night Movie (c) 9:00 5*-9-13 Entertainers 11 Man from UNCLE 9:30 2-3-5-12 Hollywood Palace 10:00 5*-9-11-13 Gunsmoke 10:30

2 Great Moments in Music 3 Country Cousins 5 Harvesters 12 ABC News 10:45 2 Saturday Cinema 12 Wrestling 11:00 5 ABC News 5*-13 Movie 6 Feature Movie 7 News/Weather/Sports 9 Saturday News Report 11 Three Star Final 11:15 5 Dateline 7 Great Moments in Music 9 Movie 11 Country Style 11:30 3 Shock Theatre 5 Movie 7 Saturday Evening Theatre 11:45 12 Science Fiction Late Night 12:15 2 ABC News Kind of lame for WUSN to sign-on at 9:45 in the morning. But that's what it was back in the mid 60s. Channel 4 WCIV wasn't listed, but that station had NBC programming for the Lowcountry. None of our local stations had weekend late news. This lasted on one station into the 90s. A couple didn't even have 6pm shows until around '90 on Saturday and/or Sunday. Local weekend newscasts were hard to find in those days. For example, in the North Carolina edition of TV Guide on Saturday, February 19, 1966, there are 6 PM newscasts (each 30 minutes) on WECT, WITN, and WSJS (WXII) leading into NBC's "SchererMacNeil Report." WBTV (CBS) does 10 minutes of sports and news at 6:50; WFMY leads out of the CBS Evening News With Roger Mudd with a 30-minute newscast at 7. Things are a little better at 11: WNBE (WCTI) (ABC) 10:45-11 *WFMY and WBTV (CBS) 11-11:20 **WNCT and WTVD (CBS) 11-11:15 WRAL (ABC) 11:15-11:25 (follows ABC's newscast) WITN and WSJS (NBC) 11:15-11:30 (only because NBC's

movie, "Meet Me In Las Vegas," ran until 11:15 instead of 11 PM) On Sunday, February 20, there are no early newscasts, except for NBC's "Frank McGee Report" at 6. WFMY is the only station with a (15-minute) local newscast at 11 PM. * Technically, WBTV was affiliated with all three networks; CBS was its primary one. ** Technically, WTVD was affiliated with CBS and NBC; CBS was its primary one. You have to get into the '70s before you find most stations doing 30-minute newscasts at 6 and 11 on Sunday. IIRC, no ABC affiliate had an early local newscast on Saturday until WSOC switched from NBC to ABC in 1978, and WRAL started one about the same time (far cry from Atlanta, which even had noon newscasts on weekends as far back as 1972, and the station that started that trend was then-ABC affiliate WQXI, later WXIA). Retro: Kentucky Sunday, March 6, 1977 From TV Guide, Kentucky Edition: WAVE Ch. 3 Louisville (NBC) 7 AM Ag-USA 7:30 Green Acres 8 AM Gospel Singing Jubilee 8:30 Oral Roberts 9 AM The Story (Ford Philpot) 9:30 This Is The Life 10 AM Sing Ye! 10:30 Reflections 11 AM Star Trek 12 N High Q 12:30 Meet The Press (guest: Secretary of Defense Harold Brown) 1 PM Grandstand (the problems faced by college-basketball referees; ski jumping from Lake Placid) 1:30 College Basketball: Marquette-Michigan 3:30 Golf: Florida Citrus Open (final round, time approximate) 5:30 Grandstand (time approximate) 6 PM Black Is... 6:30 NBC News (Catherine Mackin) 7 PM Wonderful World Of Disney: "Call It Courage," about a Polynesian youth on a solo Pacific voyage 8 PM McCloud (guest: Jack Cassidy) 9:30 The Big Event (Diana Ross in a one-woman show) 11 PM News 11:30 Movie: "Sweet November"

WLWT Ch. 5 Cincinnati (NBC) 6:30 Big Blue Marble 7 AM Dusty's Treehouse 7:30 Sunday Soul (and I don't think this is a local "Soul Train") 8 AM Catholic Mass 8:30 Rex Humbard 9:30 America: The Super Market 10 AM NAACP Presents 10:30 Church By The Side Of The Road 11 AM World Front (Dr. Michael Baker of the East Asian Institute on the subject "Decision Time For Japan") 11:30 Garner Ted Armstrong 12 N The Racers (SCCA "A" Sports Racing finals from Atlanta) 12:30 Meet The Press 1 PM Ara's Sports World (Pete Maravich gives basketball tips) 1:30 Antique Furniture Workshop (Homer Formby) 2 PM WHA Hockey: Houston Aeros-Cincinnati Stingers 4:30 Golf: Florida Citrus Open (final round, joined in progress, time approximate) 5:30 Grandstand (time approximate) 6 PM News 6:30 Muppet Show (guest: Avery Schreiber) 7 PM Wonderful World Of Disney 8 PM McCloud 9:30 The Big Event 11 PM News 11:30 Movie: "Baby, The Rain Must Fall" WCPO Ch. 9 Cincinnati (CBS) 7 AM Kentucky Afield 7:30 Hudson Brothers Comedy Show (delay from 9 AM) 8 AM Daktari 9 AM Play It Safe 9:30 Far Out Space Nuts 10 AM Police Call (fire safety during the winter) 10:30 Black Memo 11 AM Call The Doctor (veterinary medicine) 12 N King Of TV Bowling 1 PM Challenge Of The Sexes (Donna Caponi Young vs. Al Geiberger in a nine-hole golf match; Stevie Lederstrom vs. Mel Kenyon in midget-car racing) 1:45 NBA Basketball: Suns-Bullets 4 PM National Geographic: "America's Wonderlands--The National Parks" (time approximate) 5 PM Kidsworld 5:30 Outdoors With Julius Boros 6 PM Impact 6:30 CBS News (Morton Dean) 7 PM 60 Minutes

8 PM Rhoda 8:30 Phyllis 9 PM Switch 10 PM Delvecchio 11 PM News 11:30 Lohman And Barkley (Anna Maria Alberghetti, Phil Foster, Ronnie Schell, comedian Lennie Schultz) 12:30 Christopher Closeup (Fred Rogers discusses conquering children's fears and feelings by encouraging honesty and imagination) 1 AM News WHAS Ch. 11 Louisville (CBS) 7 AM Lamp Unto My Feet (salute to "Christopher Closeup," delay from 10 AM) 7:30 Look Up And Live (the Jewish festival of Purim, delay from 10:30 AM) 8 AM Camera Three (second of two programs on the Yale Drama School and Repertory Theater, delay from 11 AM) 8:30 Day Of Discovery 9 AM County View 9:30 Moral Side Of The News 10 AM Daktari 11 AM Walnut Street Baptist Church 12 N Face The Nation 12:30 WHAS News Conference 1 PM Patchwork 1:30 Bugs Bunny And Friends 1:45 NBA Basketball: Nuggets-Celtics 4 PM CBS Nations' Cup Basketball Tournament: the Red Army team meets the Arizona Wildcats (time approximate) 6 PM CBS News 6:30 Weekend Gardener 7 PM 60 Minutes 8 PM Rhoda 8:30 Phyllis 9 PM Switch 10 PM Delvecchio 11 PM News 11:15 CBS News (Ed Bradley) 11:30 Denny Crum: University of Louisville basketball highlights 12 M Best Of Groucho 12:30 Wild Wild West (guest: Pat Paulsen as an inept rookie agent) WKRC Ch. 12 Cincinnati (ABC) 6 AM Junior Almost Anything Goes (coaches: Carol Lynley, Louis Nye, Sugar Ray Robinson, delay from 10:30 AM) 6:30 Oddball Couple (delay from Sat 12 N) 7 AM Charles Fold Singers 7:30 In The Spirit 8 AM Landmark Bible Class 8:30 Day Of Discovery 9 AM Oral Roberts 9:30 Jimmy Swaggart

10 AM It Is Written 10:30 Dialogue 11 AM Robert Schuller 12 N Movie: "Old Acquaintance" 1:30 Bowling For Dollars 2 PM Superteams (Cincinnati Reds vs. New York Yankees) 3 PM TBA 3:30 Championship Fishing 4 PM Gale Catlett: West Virginia basketball highlights 4:30 Wide World Of Sports (ice dancing at the World Figure Skating Championships in Tokyo; the California 200, the first USAC race of 1977 from Ontario, CA) 6 PM Wild Wild World Of Animals 6:30 Wild Kingdom 7 PM Billy Graham Crusade (third of five programs from Pontiac, MI; sermon topic: "How To Be Born Again") 8 PM Six Million Dollar Man 9 PM ABC Movie: "The Gambler" (James Caan, not Kenny Rogers) 11:15 News 11:45 Peter Marshall (David Steinberg, Orson Bean, Mackenzie Phillips, actress Lee Horwin, Freddy ("Wasted Days And Wasted Nights") Fender) 1:15 Soul Train 2:15 ABC News (Ted Koppel) 2:30 Insight (Mitch Vogel as a young man whose depression leads him to drinking) WKPC Ch. 15 Louisville (PBS) 7:40 Sesame Street 8:45 Sesame Street 9:50 Sesame Street 10:55 Sesame Street 12 N Movie: TBA 2 PM Junior World Curling Championships (from Quebec City, live) 4 PM Tennis: U.S. National Indoor Championships, live from Memphis (time approximate) 6 PM Studio See (time approximate) 6:30 WKPC Membership Pledge Drive 6:50 Asmat--The Cannibal Craftsmen Of New Guinea 7:50 Previn And The Pittsburgh 8:50 WKPC Membership Pledge Drive 9 PM Masterpiece Theatre: "Upstairs, Downstairs" (Part Cool 10 PM WKPC Membership Pledge Drive 10:05 Bar Mitzvah Boy (a 13-year-old London boy suffers anxiety on the eve of his bar mitzvah) 11:20 WKPC Membership Pledge Drive 11:30 The Onedin Line 12:30 By-Line (Gene Moore) WLEX Ch. 18 Lexington (NBC) 6:30 Kentucky Afield 7 AM Jerry Falwell

8 AM Voice Of The Mountains 8:30 The Story 9 AM Gospel Singing Jubilee 10 AM New Shapes: Education 10:30 Immanuel Baptist Church 11:30 Leisure 12 N University Of Kentucky 12:30 Meet The Press 1 PM Grandstand 1:30 College Basketball: Marquette-Michigan 3:30 Golf: Florida Citrus Open (final round, time approximate) 5:30 Grandstand (time approximate) 6 PM Cross-Wits (Jonathan Harris, Alice Ghostley, Gregory Sierra, Sally Ann Howes) 6:30 NBC News 7 PM Wonderful World Of Disney 8 PM McCloud 9:30 The Big Event 11 PM News 11:30 Peter Marshall (Dionne Warwick, Ed McMahon, Valerie Bertinelli, Donny Most, Pat McCormick) WXIX Ch. 19 Cincinnati (Ind.) 6:45 Perspective 7:30 Revival Fires 8 AM Jerry Falwell 9 AM Leroy Jenkins 9:30 Wonderama 12 N Movie: "Fighting Fools" (the Bowery Boys) 2 PM Movie: "Star!" (Julie Andrews plays Gertrude Lawrence-did nothing for Andrews' career) 4 PM Movie: "Caprice" (Doris Day) 6 PM Jacques Cousteau (exploring Lake Titicaca) 7 PM Movie: "Legend Of Cougar Canyon" 9 PM Movie: "Battle At Bloody Beach" 11 PM Jerry Falwell 12 M David Susskind (topic: "The Truth About Sports-Funny, Glamorous And Seedy" with sportswriters Red Smith and Dave Anderson) WKYT Ch. 27 Lexington (CBS) 7 AM Tobacco Talk 7:30 Sky King 8 AM Rex Humbard 9 AM Hudson Brothers Comedy Show 9:30 Far Out Space Nuts 10 AM Day Of Discovery 10:30 Revival Tabernacle 11 AM It Is Written 11:30 Face The Nation 12 N Directions (not the ABC religious program, but local with hostess Karolyn Kell) 12:30 Newsmaker

1 PM Challenge Of The Sexes 1:45 NBA Basketball: Nuggets-Celtics 4 PM CBS Nations' Cup Basketball Tournament (time approximate) 6 PM Andy Williams 6:30 Joe Hall: University of Kentucky basketball highlights 7 PM 60 Minutes 8 PM Rhoda 8:30 Phyllis 9 PM Switch 10 PM Delvecchio 11 PM News 11:15 CBS News 11:30 Sonny & Cher (guests: Charo and George Gobel, delay from Fri 9 PM) 12:30 WCT Tennis: Adriano Panatta vs. Vitas Gerulaitis WLKY Ch. 32 Louisville (ABC) 7 AM Agricscope 7:30 Big Blue Marble 8 AM Jimmy Swaggart 8:30 Rex Humbard 9:30 Abundant Life 10 AM Tomorrow Is Now 10:30 League Of Women Voters 11 AM Superman ("Ghost Wolf") 11:30 Antique Furniture Workshop 12 N Issues And Answers (guest: Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin) 12:30 Newsmakers (sister station WXIA had an identical show at this time, "11 Alive Newsmakers") 1 PM Maverick 2 PM Superteams 3 PM United States Boxing Championships (we could do a whole thread on this charade--Don King appears pretty conclusively to have fixed matches so that his fighters would win; this telecast is from King's former home, the Marion (OH) Correctional Facility--a detailed account of the series is in Bert Sugar's history of ABC Sports to 1978, "The Thrill Of Victory") 4:30 Wide World Of Sports 6 PM Movie: "After The Fox" (Peter Sellers) 8 PM Six Million Dollar Man 9 PM ABC Movie: "The Gambler" 11:15 News 11:45 Perspective 12:15 Perry Mason 1:15 ABC News 1:30 With This Ring WDRB Ch. 41 Louisville (Ind.) 7 AM The King Is Coming

7:30 Revival Fires 8 AM Church Service 8:30 Robert Schuller 9:30 The Life That Wins (religious) 10 AM Leroy Jenkins 10:30 Church Service 11:30 Movie: "In Society" (Abbott and Costello) 1:05 Movie: "Passage To Marseille" (Humphrey Bogart) 3:15 Movie: "The Wonderful Country" (Robert Mitchum) 5:15 Movie: "All The King's Men" (Broderick Crawford's Oscar-winning performance as a Huey Long-like Southern politician) 7:30 Love, American Style (x2) 8:30 Rap 9 PM Jerry Falwell 10 PM The King Is Coming 10:30 Foresight 11 PM 700 Club WTVQ Ch. 62 (Ch. 36) Lexington (ABC) 7:30 Good News 8 AM Blue Ridge Quartet (WSPA is the only other station I recall carrying this) 8:30 Revival Fires 9 AM New Adventures Of Gilligan (delay from 11 AM) 9:30 Animals, Animals, Animals (a marine biologist who's trying to save a species of turtle from extinction, delay from 11:30 AM) 10 AM Norman Vincent Peale 10:30 Biblical Alternative 11 AM One Way 12 N Robert Schuller 1 PM New Life 1:30 Issues And Answers 2 PM Superteams 3 PM United States Boxing Championships 4:30 Wide World Of Sports 6 PM Jacques Cousteau (same as Ch. 19) 7 PM Focus (the Fayette County Schools' collectivebargaining issue) 8 PM Six Million Dollar Man 9 PM ABC Movie: "The Gambler" 11:15 News 11:30 ABC News 11:45 700 Club 1:15 With This Ring E Kentucky Educational Television (WKZT/23 Elizabethtown, WKSO/29 Somerset, WKMR/38 Morehead, WKLE/46 Lexington, WKON/52 Owenton, WCVN/54 Covington, WKMJ/68 Louisville) 2 PM Classic Theatre Preview (John Webster's "The Duchess Of Malfi") 2:30 Classic Theatre ("The Duchess Of Malfi") 4:30 Black Journal

5 PM Sarah (a little girl startles her adoptive parents by choosing another father) 6 PM Crockett's Victory Garden 6:30 It's Everybody's Business (x2) 7:30 Kentucky Magazine 8 PM Previn And The Pittsburgh 9 PM Masterpiece Theatre 10 PM The Onedin Line Retro: North Carolina Thursday, March 4, 1976 From TV Guide, North Carolina Edition: WFMY Ch. 2 Greensboro (CBS) 6 AM Good Morning Show (land-use values, the American Red Cross) 7:55 Devotions 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Old Rebel Show 9:30 Tattletales (Hal and Fran Linden, Sammy and Tita Cahn, Scoey and Clair Mitchlll, day-behind delay from 4 PM) 10 AM Price Is Right 11 AM Gambit 11:30 Love Of Life 11:55 News (local) 12 N Young And The Restless 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM Sandra And Friends (guests are from the Guilford County humane society) 1:30 As The World Turns 2:30 Guiding Light 3 PM All In The Family 3:30 Match Game '76 (Jo Ann Pflug, Avery Schreiber, Fannie Flagg, Brett Somers, Charles Nelson Reilly, Richard Dawson) 4 PM Dinah! (award winners: Henry Mancini, Vincent Price, Anne Murray, Morris Albert, Joan Embery, 1975 Miss America Tawny Godin) 5:30 Andy Griffith 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News (Walter Cronkite) 7 PM Space: 1999 8 PM The Waltons (Kathleen Quinlan as a Vassar girl who creates a stormy relationship for John-Boy) 9 PM Hawaii Five-O 10 PM Celebrity Concerts (Johnny Mathis) 11 PM News 11:30 CBS Movie: "Gumshoe" (Albert Finney, from '71) E WUND/2 Columbia/Edenton, NC; WUNC/4 Chapel Hill; WUNK/25 Greenville, NC; WUNL/26 Winston-Salem; WUNJ/39 Wilmington, NC; WUNG/58 Concord, NC (PBS)

10 AM Sesame Street 11 AM In-school programs 12:30 Electric Company 1 PM In-school programs 3 PM The Adams Chronicles (Part 7: John Quincy Adams is asked to help negotiate an end to the War of 1812) 4 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 4:30 Sesame Street 5:30 Electric Company 6 PM Zoom 6:30 Vision On 7 PM Engineering Review 7:30 North Carolina News Conference 8 PM Firing Line 9 PM Movie: "Mr. Deeds Goes To Town" sign off 11 PM WBTV Ch. 3 Charlotte (CBS) 6:30 Story Of Jesus 6:35 Almanac 6:45 News 7 AM CBS News (Hughes Rudd) 8 AM Together (all about a film series being shown at Winthrop College, Rock Hill, SC) 8:30 Captain Kangaroo (same-day, 30-minute delay) 9:30 The Lucy Show 10 AM Price Is Right 11 AM Gambit 11:30 Love Of Life 11:55 CBS News (Douglas Edwards) 12 N Scene At Noon (outdoor activities in the North Carolina mountains) 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM Betty Feezor (growing plants from seeds) 1:30 As The World Turns 2:30 Guiding Light 3 PM All In The Family 3:30 Gilligan's Island 4 PM Partridge Family 4:30 Adam-12 5 PM Mod Squad 6 PM News 7 PM CBS News 7:30 The Waltons (one-week delay, John-Boy tries to come up with the money to purchase the county newspaper) 8:30 Bobby Vinton 9 PM Hawaii Five-O 10 PM In Concert (not ABC's rock-music show, but Vikki Carr in a one-woman show) 11 PM News 11:30 CBS Movie: "Gumshoe" WWAY Ch. 3 Wilmington, NC (ABC)

6:30 Arthur Smith 7 AM Good Morning America (David Hartman) 9 AM Coffeetalk 9:30 Phil Donahue (Dr. Dorothy Tennov discusses her book "Psychotherapy: The Hazardous Cure") 10:30 Rhyme And Reason (Gunilla Hutton, Bobby Smith, Pat Harrington, Jo Anne Worley, Johnny Brown, Nipsey Russell, week-behind from 1:30 PM) 11 AM $20,000 Pyramid (Mike Farrell, Barbara Feldon, week-behind from 2 PM) 11:30 Happy Days 12 N Let's Make A Deal 12:30 All My Children 1 PM Ryan's Hope 1:30 As The World Turns (CBS, but no affiliate in Wilmington) 2:30 The Neighbors (Regis Philbin) 3 PM General Hospital 3:30 One Life To Live 4 PM Edge Of Night 4:30 Rin Tin Tin 5 PM The Lucy Show 5:30 Hogan's Heroes 6 PM News 6:30 ABC News (Harry Reasoner) 7 PM Partridge Family 7:30 Adam-12 8 PM Welcome Back, Kotter 8:30 Barney Miller 9 PM Streets Of San Francisco 10 PM Harry O 11 PM News 11:30 Mannix 12:40 Longstreet 1:50 News WRAL Ch. 5 Raleigh (ABC) 6 AM Arthur Smith 6:30 Farm News 6:55 Viewpoint 7 AM News 7:30 Time For Uncle Paul 8 AM Good Morning America (joined in progress) 9 AM Mike Douglas (from Walt Disney World: co-hostess Anita Bryant, Dean Jones, Sam Snead, former astronaut L. Gordon Cooper, Mike's wife Genevieve) 10:30 Femme Fare (topic: the education of women from 1800-1976) 11 AM Edge Of Night 11:30 Happy Days 12 N News 12:30 All My Children 1 PM Ryan's Hope 1:30 Rhyme And Reason (Pat Harrington, Abbe Lane, George Hamilton, Jamie Farr, Johnny Brown, Adrienne Barbeau) 2 PM $20,000 Pyramid (Anne Meara, Nipsey Russell)

2:30 The Neighbors 3 PM General Hospital 3:30 One Life To Live 4 PM Flintstones 4:25 Spirit Of '76 4:30 Gilligan's Island 5 PM Munsters 5:30 Adam-12 6 PM News 6:30 ABC News 7 PM Ironside 8 PM College Basketball: Southern Conference tournament, first round, from Greenville, SC 10 PM Celebrity Concerts (Johnny Mathis, time approximate) 11 PM News 11:30 Mannix 12:40 Longstreet WECT Ch. 6 Wilmington, NC (NBC) 6 AM Carolina In The Morning 7 AM Today (Jim Hartz/Barbara Walters; topics: psychiatry in the Soviet Union, a squash demonstration) 9 AM Mike Douglas (Alan Alda subs for Mike; guests: Elizabeth Ashley, George Gobel, author Erica Jong ("Fear Of Flying"), singer Grace Bumbry) 10 AM Celebrity Sweepstakes (Buddy Hackett, Glen Campbell, Charo, David Groh, Dick Martin, Carol Wayne) 10:30 High Rollers 11 AM Wheel Of Fortune 11:30 Hollywood Squares (Ed Asner, Marcia Wallace, David Steinberg, Gary Burghoff, Tanya Tucker, Richard Roundtree, Rich Little, Joan Rivers, Paul Lynde) 12 N Carolina At Noon 12:30 Take My Advice (Lee Grant and Joe Feury, Sammy and Tita Cahn) 12:55 NBC News (Edwin Newman) 1 PM Somerset 1:30 Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 4 PM Mickey Mouse Club 4:30 Family Affair 5 PM Bonanza 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News (John Chancellor) 7 PM Andy Griffith 7:30 Beverly Hillbillies (one of my favorites: Granny thinks a scene in a Civil War movie is the real thing; an inebriated actor plays General Grant) 8 PM Celebrity Concerts (Johnny Mathis) 9 PM NBC Movie: "McNaughton's Daughter" 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show (guests: Don Rickles and Desi Arnaz) WITN Ch. 7 Washington, NC (NBC)

5:30 Music Place 6 AM Almanac 7 AM Today 9 AM Mike Douglas (same as Ch. 5 without Sam Snead) 10 AM Celebrity Sweepstakes 10:30 High Rollers 11 AM Wheel Of Fortune 11:30 Hollywood Squares 12 N News 12:30 Take My Advice 12:55 NBC News 1 PM Somerset 1:30 Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 4 PM Cartoon Carnival 4:30 Bewitched 5 PM Ironside 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News 7 PM Family Affair 7:30 That Good Ole Nashville Music (Johnny Paycheck, Ray Pillow, Johnny Gimble) 8 PM Celebrity Concerts (Johnny Mathis) 9 PM NBC Movie: "McNaughton's Daughter" 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show WGHP Ch. 8 High Point (ABC) 6:30 Romper Room 7 AM Southern Exposure (the Women's Council of the North Carolina Women's Symphony in Raleigh discuss their fashion show "The History Of Symphony") 7:30 Good Morning America (joined in progress) 9 AM Truth Or Consequences 9:30 Movie: "All Ashore" (Mickey Rooney, who's been in the news lately, commenting on abuse of senior citizens) 11 AM Merv Griffin (from Las Vegas: Don Rickles, Robert Klein, the Hues Corporation) 12 N News 12:30 All My Children 1 PM Ryan's Hope 1:30 Rhyme And Reason 2 PM $20,000 Pyramid 2:30 The Neighbors 3 PM General Hospital 3:30 I Dream Of Jeannie 4 PM Partridge Family 4:30 Brady Bunch 5 PM Tarzan 6 PM News 6:30 ABC News 7 PM Price Is Right

7:30 Let's Make A Deal 8 PM College Basketball: Southern Conference tournament, first round 10 PM Harry O (time approximate) 11 PM News 11:30 Mannix 12:40 Longstreet 1:50 News WNCT Ch. 9 Greenville, NC (CBS) 6 AM Carolina Today 6:30 Morning Meditations 6:35 Carolina Today continues 8 AM CBS News 9 AM Captain Kangaroo 10 AM Price Is Right 11 AM Gambit 11:30 Love Of Life 11:55 Take Kerr (Graham Kerr) 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 Match Game '76 4 PM Tattletales 4:30 Brady Bunch 5 PM Gunsmoke 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Truth Or Consequences 7:30 Hollywood Squares 8 PM The Waltons 9 PM Hawaii Five-O 10 PM Barnaby Jones 11 PM News 11:30 CBS Movie: "Gumshoe" WSOC Ch. 9 Charlotte (NBC) 6:30 Arthur Smith 7 AM Today 9 AM Merv Griffin (same as Ch. Cool 10 AM Celebrity Sweepstakes 10:30 High Rollers 11 AM Wheel Of Fortune 11:30 Hollywood Squares 12 N Dinah! (same as Ch. 2) 1 PM Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman 1:30 Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 4 PM Mike Douglas (from Hollywood: David Janssen, Donny and Marie Osmond, George Segal,

Jane Fonda, Ed McMahon) 5:30 Bewitched 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News 7 PM Wonderful World Of Magic (Bill Bixby) 7:30 Wild Kingdom 8 PM The Cop And The Kid 8:30 Let's Make A Deal 9 PM NBC Movie: "McNaughton's Daughter" 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show 1 AM Tomorrow WIS Ch. 10 Columbia, SC (NBC) 6:25 Knozit-Land 6:55 South Carolina Farm And Garden Report 7 AM Today 9 AM Knozit-Land 9:30 Take My Advice (one-week delay: Steve Allen, Jessica Walter, Geraldine Brooks, Bill Macy) 9:55 News 10 AM Celebrity Sweepstakes 10:30 High Rollers 11 AM Wheel Of Fortune 11:30 Hollywood Squares 12 N Magnificent Marble Machine 12:30 Carolina Today 1:30 Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 4 PM Gilligan's Island (Phil Silvers as movie producer Harold Hecuba) 4:30 Bewitched 5 PM Ironside 6 PM Truth Or Consequences 6:30 NBC News 7 PM News 7:30 Where Did All The Drugs Go? 8 PM America (the development of the West) 9 PM NBC Movie: "McNaughton's Daughter" 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show 1 AM Tomorrow WTVD Ch. 11 Durham (CBS) 6:30 Sunrise Semester: "Presidential Power And American Democracy" 7 AM CBS News 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Bewitched 9:30 Tattletales (same as Ch. 2) 10 AM Price Is Right 11 AM Gambit

11:30 Love Of Life 11:55 News (local) 12 N Young And The Restless 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM Peggy Mann 1:30 As The World Turns 2:30 Guiding Light 3 PM All In The Family 3:30 Match Game '76 4 PM Partridge Family 4:30 Brady Bunch 5 PM Beverly Hillbillies 5:30 Hogan's Heroes 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Family Affair 7:30 Treasure Hunt 8 PM The Waltons 9 PM Hawaii Five-O 10 PM Barnaby Jones 11 PM News 11:30 CBS Movie: "Gumshoe" WCTI Ch. 12 New Bern (ABC) 7 AM Good Morning America 9 AM Montage 10 AM Not For Women Only (Dr. Joyce Brothers discusses a child's first 24 months.) 10:30 That Girl 11 AM Edge Of Night 11:30 Happy Days 12 N Let's Make A Deal 12:30 All My Children 1 PM Ryan's Hope 1:30 Rhyme And Reason 2 PM $20,000 Pyramid 2:30 The Neighbors 3 PM General Hospital 3:30 One Life To Live 4 PM Flintstones 4:30 Classic Comedy Hour 5:30 News 6 PM ABC News 6:30 Maverick 7:30 To Tell The Truth (Nipsey Russell, Kitty Carlisle, Bill Cullen, Peggy Cass) 8 PM College Basketball: Southern Conference tournament, first round (Ch. 12's Lee Moore does play-by-play.) 10 PM Harry O (time approximate) 11 PM News 11:30 Mannix 12:40 Longstreet 1:50 News

WXII Ch. 12 Winston-Salem (NBC) 6 AM News 6:10 Today's Meditation 6:15 Carolina Living 6:30 Arthur Smith 6:55 Minister's Study 7 AM Today 9 AM Midmorning 10 AM Phil Donahue (guest: Ray Bolger) 10:30 High Rollers 11 AM Wheel Of Fortune 11:30 Hollywood Squares 12 N Concentration (Jack Narz) 12:30 Take My Advice 12:55 NBC News 1 PM Somerset 1:30 Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 4 PM Gilligan's Island 4:30 Adam-12 5 PM Ironside 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News 7 PM To Tell The Truth (Tom Seaver, Peggy Cass, Bill Cullen, Kitty Carlisle) 7:30 We The People (first of four Bicentennial shows produced by Ch. 12--tonight anchor Dave Plyler interviews Benjamin Franklin, played by actor Jim Austin) 9 PM NBC Movie: "McNaughton's Daughter" 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show 1 AM Tomorrow WBTW Ch. 13 Florence, SC (CBS/ABC) 6:30 Arthur Smith 7 AM Jim Nesbitt 7:50 Carolina Almanac 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM CBS News 10 AM Price Is Right 11 AM Gambit 11:30 Love Of Life 11:55 CBS News 12 N Young And The Restless 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM Ryan's Hope 1:30 As The World Turns 2:30 Guiding Light 3 PM All In The Family 3:30 All My Children 4 PM Edge Of Night 4:30 Gunsmoke

5:30 Happy Days 6 PM ABC News 6:30 News 7 PM CBS News 7:30 To Tell The Truth (Larry Blyden, Peggy Cass, Bill Cullen, Rita Moreno) 8 PM The Waltons 9 PM Hawaii Five-O 10 PM In Concert 11 PM News 11:30 CBS Movie: "Gumshoe" WCCB Ch. 18 Charlotte (ABC) 7 AM Good Morning America 9 AM Phil Donahue (Dr. Joyce Brothers discusses how women over 40 can lead satisfying lives.) 10 AM Not For Women Only (Part 4 on the ERA, with Penthouse publisher Bob Guccione and author George Gilder) 10:30 Lassie 11 AM News 11:30 Ladies' Day 12 N Let's Make A Deal 12:30 All My Children 1 PM Ryan's Hope 1:30 Rhyme And Reason 2 PM $20,000 Pyramid 2:30 The Neighbors 3 PM General Hospital 3:30 One Life To Live 4 PM Edge Of Night 4:30 Truth Or Consequences 5 PM Munsters 5:30 Happy Days 6 PM ABC News 6:30 News 7 PM Concentration 7:30 High Rollers 8 PM Welcome Back, Kotter 8:30 Barney Miller 9 PM Streets Of San Francisco 10 PM Harry O 11 PM Best Of Groucho 11:30 Mannix 12:40 Longstreet WRDU (WRDC) Ch. 28 Durham (NBC) 7 AM Today 9 AM What's Happening? (community events) 9:05 Yoga For Health 9:30 Galloping Gourmet 10 AM Celebrity Sweepstakes 10:30 High Rollers 11 AM Wheel Of Fortune

11:30 Hollywood Squares 12 N Magnificent Marble Machine 12:30 Take My Advice 12:55 NBC News 1 PM Not For Women Only (Part 4 on physical fitness; guests include a yoga instructor) 1:30 Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 4 PM Somerset 4:30 PTL Club 6:30 News 7 PM NBC News 7:30 Lassie 8 PM The Cop And The Kid 8:30 Grady 9 PM NBC Movie: "McNaughton's Daughter" 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show WRET (WCNC) Ch. 36 Charlotte (Ind.) 7 AM Three Stooges And Pals 8 AM Dennis The Menace 8:30 Father Knows Best 9 AM Movie: "Song Of Scheherazade" 11 AM PTL Club 1 PM Movie: "Santa Fe" 3 PM Popeye And Pals 3:30 Ultra Man 4 PM Flintstones 4:30 Monkees 5 PM Brady Bunch 5:30 I Love Lucy 6 PM Beverly Hillbillies 6:30 Gomer Pyle, USMC 7 PM Andy Griffith 7:30 Hogan's Heroes 8 PM College Basketball: Southern Conference tournament, first round 10 PM Untouchables (time approximate) 11 PM Night Gallery 11:30 Movie: "Bullet For A Badman" 1:30 News WTVI Ch. 42 Charlotte (PBS) 4 PM Sesame Street 5 PM Electric Company 5:30 With It 6 PM Sesame Street 7 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 7:30 Instructional TV Preview 8:30 Primetime (contraceptives are discussed by Kathryn Norman of Planned Parenthood of Charlotte)

9 PM Nova ("Why Do Birds Sing?") 10 PM Bill Moyers' Journal (economic freedom and equality in America is discussed by Milton Friedman and economist Vivien Henderson) sign off 11 PM Retro: Chicago Sat, Mar 8, 1975 from TV Guide-Chicago Metro edition WBBM 2-CBS 5:50 News 6:00 Sunrise Semester "The Near East in Modern Times" 6:30 It's Worth Knowing 7:00 My Favorite Martians 7:30 Speed Buggy 8:00 Jeannie 8:30 Partridge Family 9:00 Scooby-Doo, Where are You? 9:30 Shazam! 10:00 Valley of the Dinosaurs 10:30 Hudson Brothers 11:00 Harlem Globetrotters Popcorn Machine (Sandy Duncan sings with the Globetrotters Glee Club, and a spoof of Jack and the Beanstalk with Avery Schreiber as Mr. Evil) 11:30 Fat Albert noon CBS Children's Film Festival "Orange Watering Cart" (1973/Hungarian) 1:00 Opportunity Line 1:30 Soul Train (guests Lou Rawls, the Main Ingredient, and Gloria Scott) 2:30 International Women's Indoor Tennis Championships singles final 4:00 Florida Citrus Open golf 5:00 Channel 2: The People 5:30 CBS Evening News 6:00 News 6:30 Wild, Wild World of Animals "African Waterhole" 7:00 All in the Family 7:30 Jeffersons 8:00 Mary Tyler Moore 8:30 Bob Newhart 9:00 Carol Burnett (guests Buddy Ebsen and Wayne Rogers) 10:00 News 10:30 Movie "Female Instinct" (Snoop Sisters pilot) 12:35 News 12:50 Common Ground 3:20 Movie "Dream Wife" (bw) WMAQ 5-NBC 7:00 Addams Family 7:30 Wheelie 8:00 Emergency Plus 4 8:30 Run, Joe, Run 9:00 Land of the Lost 9:30 Sigmund 10:00 Pink Panther 10:30 Star Trek 11:00 Jetsons 11:30 Go (Demond Wilson takes us on a visit of the San Diego Zoo & Wild Animal Park)

noon Suspense Theatre 1:00 Chicago Town Meeting "Economy and Inflation" 2:00 High School Basketball: teams not listed 3:30 Animal World (on the hunt for vampire bats in Venezuela, and a visit to Texas' Bracken Caves, a hotbed for migrating bats) 4:00 Ecos Latinos 4:30 City Desk (discussing the job situation in Chicago) 5:00 News 5:30 NBC Nightly News 6:00 News 6:30 New Candid Camera 7:00 Nature's Strangest Creatures (looks at Aussie wildlife; this and the movie punts Emergency!) 7:20 Movie "Pollyanna" 10:00 News 10:30 Tonight Show (guests Freddie Prinze, Lola Falana, Buck Henry, and Craig Pease) mid. Tilmon Tempo 1:00 Movie "The Magnificent Doll" (bw) WLS 7-ABC 7:00 Yogi's Gang 7:30 Bugs Bunny 8:00 Hong Kong Phooey 8:30 Adventures of Gilligan 9:00 Devlin 9:30 Lassie's Rescue Rangers 10:00 Super Friends 11:00 These are the Days 11:30 American Bandstand (guests Smokey Robinson, and the Rhodes Kids) 12:30 Oiga Amigo! 1:00 Feminine Franchise (nutritionist Sr. Laura Tamblingson discusses how to feed a family on a low income) 1:30 Black on Black 2:00 Water World (looking at underwater residents of the Wometco-Miami Seaquarium) 2:30 Pro Bowlers Tour: Ebonite Don Carter Classic 4:00 ABC Wide World of Sports: World Figure Skating Championships pairs competition/North American Tobaggan Championships/Mr. Universe Contest 5:30 Reasoner Report 6:00 Eywitness Chicago (John Drury reports on Chicago TV commercial producer-director Joe Sedelmaier's humorous approach) 6:30 Let's Make a Deal 7:00 Kung Fu (conclusion of a 4-part story) 8:00 Movie "Skullduggery" 10:00 News 10:15 ABC News 10:30 Movie "A Man Called Sledge" 12:25 Movie "His Kind of Woman" (bw) WGN 9-Ind 6:45 News 7:00 Funny Men 7:30 National Farm Digest 8:00 Friends of Man (look at Welsh sheepdogs) 8:30 Lost in Space 9:30 Movie "Abbott in Costello in the Navy" (bw) 11:15 Your Income Tax 11:30 NYPD

noon Charlando 12:30 Championship Fishing 1:00 Other People, Other Places "The Man with Many Faces" (a sociologist's efforts to preserve the cultural identinty of Philippine minorities) 1:30 Outdoors with Julius Boros (in the Bahamas, giving Mickey Mantle some golf tips) 2:00 Big Ten Basketball: Minnesota-Purdue (commentators Merle Harmon and Gary Bender) 4:00 Movie "The Further Perils of Laurel and Hardy" (bw, a 1967 compiliation of Stan and Ollie's slapstick) 6:00 Bonanza 7:00 Love, American Style (x2; the second episode is the Happy Days pilot) 8:00 The Saint 9:00 Mod Squad 10:00 NHL: Black Hawks-Los Angeles (Jim West with the call) 12:30 News 1:00 Movie "Arizona" (bw) 3:25 Biography: John Barrymore (bw) WTTW 11-PBS 7:00 Villa Alegre 7:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 8:00 Sesame Street 9:00 Electric Company 9:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 10:00 Sesame Street 11:00 Electric Company 11:30 Zoom noon Basically Baseball 12:30 Sesame Street 1:30 International Gymnastics: US v West Germany, at Penn State 3:30 Movie "On Any Sunday" (a tribute to motorcycling, involving 12 photographers covering 10,000 miles from Spain to California) 5:30 Firing Line 6:30 Walsh's Animals 7:00 Black Perspective on the News 7:30 Wall Street Week 8:00 Big Band Cavalcade (musical nostalgia from Margaret Whitling, Bob Crosby, and the big bands of Freddie Martin and Frankie Carle) 9:00 Evening at Pops (a 1973 rerun featuring Robert Merrill and Richard Tucker) 10:00 Weather Machine (a 2 hr look at the weather and how meteorological experts work to do something about it) mid. Pledge Night 12:10 Solo WCIU 26-Ind 9:00 El Show Jibaro 10:00 Competencia en Patina 11:00 Yesenia noon Variedades en Espanol 1:00 Asi es Mi Tierra 3:00 Soul Train 4:00 Talent Show 5:00 Wrestling 6:00 Polka Party 6:30 Polish Variety Hour 7:30 Rock of Ages 9:00 World Cup Soccer (Spanish): Uruguay-Bulgaria

WFLD 32-Ind 10:00 Roller Game of the Week 11:00 NHL Highlights 11:30 Outdoor Sportsman noon Movie "Target Earth" (bw) 1:30 Movie "Attack of the Puppet People" (bw) 3:00 Movie "The Golden Idol" (bw) 4:30 Petticoat Junction (bw) 5:00 Beverly Hillbillies 5:30 Lucy Show 6:00 Loggins & Messina in the Attic (guest Linda Ronstadt) 6:30 TBA (the description of the Loggins & Messina show listed it as 30 min) 7:00 Laurel & Hardy 7:30 Untouchables (bw) 8:30 Movie "Attack of the Mushroom People" 10:00 Night Gallery "The Girl with the Hungry Eyes" 10:30 Dave Baum WSNS 44-Ind 9:30 Teach-In 10:30 The Lesson 11:00 Spiderman 11:30 Linus the Lionhearted noon Bob Luce Wrestling 1:00 Movie "Blood Arrow" (bw) 2:30 Movie "The Plunderers" 4:30 Sportsman's Friend 5:00 Yancy Derringer (bw) 5:30 Mr. Lucky (bw) 6:00 Secret Agent (bw) 7:00 Peter Gunn (bw) 7:30 Big Ten Basketball: Michigan State-Indiana (Hilliard Gates/Bill Orwig Jr) 9:30 Sports Spotlight 10:00 NBA: Bulls-Portland (Olympic Broadcasting Service; Andy Musser/Dick Gonski) Retro: Southeast Texas Tuesday, March 3, 1987 From TV Guide, Southeast Texas Edition: KPRC Ch. 2 Houston (NBC) 5:15 TGI 2 (I remember an afternoon show, TGI4, on KRON in the '80s) 5:45 Before Hours (NBC's Bob Jamieson with business news) 6 AM NBC News (Deborah Norville) 6:30 News 7 AM Today (Bryant Gumbel/Jane Pauley; guests: Richard Dreyfuss, George Hamilton, Mel Gibson) 9 AM Hour Magazine (Teri Austin of "Knots Landing"; eyelid surgery) 10 AM Wheel Of Fortune 10:30 Scrabble 11 AM Super Password (Marsha Warfield, Tom Poston)

11:30 Wordplay (Pat Harrington, Paul Kreppel, Charlotte Rae) 12 N Days Of Our Lives 1 PM Another World 2 PM Santa Barbara 3 PM Love Connection 3:30 Newlywed Game 4 PM Superior Court 4:30 People's Court (Judge Wapner and Rusty Burrell) 5 PM News 5:30 NBC News (Tom Brokaw) 6 PM News 6:30 Hollywood Squares (John Davidson version; guests: Weird Al Yankovic, Justin Wilson, Ruth Warrick, Stuart Pankin, Tony O'Dell, Teresa Ganzel, ALF, Dixie Carter, Norm Crosby) 7 PM Matlock 8 PM Hunter 9 PM Hill Street Blues (new time as "L.A. Law" takes its former spot on Thursday) 10 PM News 10:30 Tonight Show (from 1986: George Segal, Kareem AbdulJabbar, Wil Shriner) 11:30 Late Night With David Letterman (John Savage, Susan Saint James) 12:30 Ask Dr. Ruth (developments in herpes treatment) 1 AM Entertainment Tonight 1:30 News KATC Ch. 3 Lafayette, LA (ABC) 5:55 Morning Reflections 6 AM ABC World News This Morning 7 AM Good Morning America (Charlie Gibson/Joan Lunden; guests: Anthony Hopkins and Perry King) 9 AM Donahue (Gerald and Betty Ford) 10 AM Fame, Fortune & Romance (Willie Nelson) 10:30 Jeopardy! 11 AM Ryan's Hope 11:30 Loving 12 N All My Children 1 PM One Life To Live 2 PM General Hospital 3 PM Divorce Court 3:30 People's Court 4 PM Diff'rent Strokes 4:30 The Jeffersons 5 PM Dating Game 5:30 ABC News (Peter Jennings) 6 PM News 6:30 Wheel Of Fortune 7 PM Who's The Boss? 7:30 Growing Pains 8 PM Moonlighting 9 PM Jack And Mike (Shelley Hack as Jackie, Tom Mason as Mike) 10 PM News

10:35 Sanford And Son 11:05 Nightline 11:35 Can You Be Thinner? (infomercial) KBTX Ch. 3 Bryan (CBS) 6 AM CNN Headline News 6:30 News 7 AM CBS News (Faith Daniels/Forrest Sawyer) 7:30 The Morning Show (Mariette Hartley/Rolland Smith; from the Mardi Gras) 9 AM $25,000 Pyramid (Luis Avalos, Abby Dalton) 9:30 Card Sharks (Bob Eubanks version) 10 AM Price Is Right 11 AM Young And The Restless 12 N CNN Headline News 12:30 As The World Turns ("The Bold And The Beautiful" will debut here March 23, pushing "As The World Turns" to 1 PM and "Capitol" off the air) 1:30 Capitol 2 PM Guiding Light 3 PM $1,000,000 Chance Of A Lifetime 3:30 Diff'rent Strokes 4 PM Benson 4:30 Andy Griffith 5 PM News 5:30 CBS News (Dan Rather) 6 PM News 6:30 Three's Company 7 PM Spies (debut of a series about a veteran spy played by George Hamilton who trains a rookie played by Gary Kroeger) 8 PM I'll Take Manhattan (Part 3 of 4: Valerie Bertinelli and Perry King try to save the family's fashion-magazine dynasty) 10 PM News 10:35 Entertainment Tonight 11:05 T.J. Hooker (this may be a delay since it's a different episode than the one airing on 6, 10, and 11) 12:15 CBS Movie: "Legend Of The Golden Gun" KJAC (KBTV) Ch. 4 Beaumont/Port Arthur (NBC) 5:15 Before Hours 5:30 Country Music Television 6:30 NBC News 6:45 Coffee With Pastor Dabney 6:50 NBC News 7 AM Today 9 AM Sale Of The Century (Jim Perry version) 9:30 Blockbusters (Bill Rafferty version) 10 AM Wheel Of Fortune 10:30 Scrabble 11 AM Super Password 11:30 Jeopardy! 12 N Days Of Our Lives

1 PM Another World 2 PM Santa Barbara 3 PM Fall Guy 4 PM Gimme A Break! 4:30 Dating Game 5 PM Newlywed Game 5:30 NBC News 6 PM News 6:30 Wheel Of Fortune 7 PM Matlock 8 PM Hunter 9 PM Hill Street Blues 10 PM News 10:30 Tonight Show 11:30 Late Night With David Letterman 12:30 Nightlife (David Brenner; guest Julie Hagerty) 1 AM News 1:30 Coffee With Pastor Dabney KFDM Ch. 6 Beaumont/Port Arthur (CBS) 5 AM Today's Business 5:30 CBS News 6 AM CBS News 6:30 The Morning Program (they're taking the Eastern feed) 8 AM Oprah Winfrey (topic: divorce) 9 AM Donahue (same as KATC) 10 AM Price Is Right 11 AM Young And The Restless 12 N News 12:30 As The World Turns 1:30 Capitol 2 PM Guiding Light 3 PM Magnum, P.I. 4 PM Love Connection 4:30 $1,000,000 Chance Of A Lifetime 5 PM News 5:30 CBS News 6 PM News 6:30 Facts Of Life 7 PM Spies 8 PM I'll Take Manhattan (Part 3 of 4) 10 PM News 10:30 Entertainment Tonight 11 PM T.J. Hooker 12:10 CBS Movie: "Fish Hawk" 1:30 Coffee With Pastor Dabney 1:35 Today's Business 2:05 News KPLC Ch. 7 Lake Charles, LA (NBC) 5:55 Louisiana Today 6 AM NBC News 6:30 Louisiana Today 6:55 Ministerial Alliance

7 AM Today 9 AM Donahue (same as KATC) 10 AM Wheel Of Fortune 10:30 Scrabble 11 AM Super Password 11:30 Wordplay 12 N News 12:30 Days Of Our Lives 1:30 Another World 2:30 Santa Barbara 3:30 People's Court 4 PM The Judge 4:30 M*A*S*H 5 PM News 5:30 NBC News 6 PM News 6:30 Mardi Gras '87 Parade 8 PM Hunter 9 PM Hill Street Blues 10 PM News 10:30 Tonight Show 11:30 Late Night With David Letterman KUHT Ch. 8 Houston (PBS) 6 AM Farm Day 6:15 A.M. Weather 6:30 Body Electric 7 AM Sesame Street 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 8:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 9 AM Secret City 9:30 Square One Television 10 AM 3-2-1 Contact 10:30 Sesame Street 11:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 12 N Body Electric 12:30 Les Gammas 1 PM We're Cooking Now 1:30 New Southern Cooking With Nathalie Dupree 2 PM Secret City 2:30 Sesame Street 3:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 4 PM Square One Television 4:30 3-2-1 Contact 5 PM Magic Of Watercolors 5:30 Wild Side (the nature of the vampire bat) 6 PM MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour 7 PM Nightly Business Report 7:30 Faces Of Japan (Dick Cavett shows how rock stars are "made, not born".) 8 PM Nova (interview with Carl Sagan) 9 PM Frontline (about how couples are matched with an expectant woman who wants to give up her baby)

10 PM Legacy In Limbo (the plight of New York's Museum of the American Indian due largely to its location in a crime-ridden neighborhood) 11 PM MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour KTRE Ch. 9 Lufkin/Nacogdoches (ABC/NBC) 5:55 Farm And Ranch News 6:30 News 7 AM Good Morning America 9 AM Oprah Winfrey (live: should smoking be banned in the workplace?) 10 AM Fame, Fortune & Romance 10:30 Webster 11 AM Ryan's Hope 11:30 Loving 12 N All My Children 1 PM One Life To Live 2 PM General Hospital 3 PM Jeopardy! 3:30 Newlywed Game 4 PM Diff'rent Strokes 4:30 Gimme A Break! 5 PM First News 5:30 ABC News 6 PM News 6:30 Wheel Of Fortune 7 PM Who's The Boss? 7:30 Growing Pains 8 PM Moonlighting 9 PM Jack And Mike 10 PM News 10:35 M*A*S*H 11:05 The Jeffersons 11:35 Nightline 12:05 Crook And Chase KLFY Ch. 10 Lafayette, LA (CBS) 5:15 Rosary 5:30 Passe Partout 7 AM CBS News 7:30 The Morning Program 9 AM $25,000 Pyramid 9:30 Card Sharks 10 AM Price Is Right 11 AM Young And The Restless 12 N Meet Your Neighbor 12:30 As The World Turns 1:30 Capitol 2 PM Guiding Light 3 PM $1,000,000 Chance Of A Lifetime 3:30 Gimme A Break! 4 PM Too Close For Comfort 4:30 Newlywed Game 5 PM News

5:30 CBS News 6 PM News 6:30 Three's Company 7 PM Spies 8 PM I'll Take Manhattan (Part 3 of 4) 10 PM News 10:35 Benson 11:05 T.J. Hooker 12:15 CBS Movie: "Fish Hawk" 1:35 CBS News Nightwatch 4 AM Country Music Television KHOU Ch. 11 Houston (CBS) 5 AM CBS News 6 AM AM Houston 7 AM News 7:30 The Morning Program 9 AM $25,000 Pyramid 9:30 Card Sharks 10 AM Price Is Right 11 AM Young And The Restless 12 N News 12:30 As The World Turns 1:30 True Confessions 2 PM Guiding Light 3 PM Oprah Winfrey (same as Ch. 9) 4 PM Divorce Court 4:30 Jeopardy! 5 PM News 5:30 CBS News 6 PM News 6:30 Wheel Of Fortune 7 PM Spies 8 PM I'll Take Manhattan (Part 3 of 4) 10 PM News 10:30 M*A*S*H 11 PM T.J. Hooker 12:10 CBS Movie: "Fish Hawk" 1:30 News 2 AM CBS News Nightwatch (to 5) KBMT Ch. 12 Beaumont/Port Arthur (ABC) 5:30 Challenge Of The Gobots 6 AM Jimmy Swaggart 6:30 Smurfs' Adventures 7 AM Good Morning America 9 AM Benson 9:30 Too Close For Comfort 10 AM Fame, Fortune & Romance 10:30 Webster 11 AM Ryan's Hope 11:30 Loving 12 N All My Children 1 PM One Life To Live

2 PM General Hospital 3 PM Mork & Mindy 3:30 He-Man And The Masters Of The Universe 4 PM Thundercats 4:30 Benson 5 PM People's Court 5:30 ABC News 6 PM News 6:30 Three's Company 7 PM Who's The Boss? 7:30 Growing Pains 8 PM Moonlighting 9 PM Jack And Mike 10 PM News 10:30 M*A*S*H 11 PM Carol Burnett And Friends 11:30 Nightline 12 M Movie: "Leave Her To Heaven" KTRK Ch. 13 Houston (ABC) 5:25 Meditations 5:30 ABC News 6 AM Good Morning Houston 6:30 ABC News 7 AM News 7:30 Good Morning America (joined in progress) 9 AM Good Morning Houston 10 AM Donahue (same as KATC) 11 AM Ryan's Hope 11:30 Loving 12 N All My Children 1 PM One Life To Live 2 PM General Hospital 3 PM Movie: "Love Story" 5 PM News 5:30 ABC News 6 PM News 7 PM Who's The Boss? 7:30 Growing Pains 8 PM Moonlighting 9 PM Jack And Mike 10 PM News 10:30 Nightline 11 PM Movie: "Doctor Zhivago" (conclusion) 1 AM News 1:30 Movie: "Slaughterhouse-Five" 3:30 Movie: "Escape To Mindanao" KAMU Ch. 15 College Station (PBS) 7 AM Captain Kangaroo 7:30 Farm Day 7:45 A.M. Weather 8 AM Sesame Street

9 AM Body Electric 9:30 Square One Television 10 AM 3-2-1 Contact 10:30 Sesame Street 11:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 12 N Bodywatch 12:30 Computer Chronicles 1 PM American Playhouse: "Dim Sum: A Little Bit Of Heart" 2:30 Ossie And Ruby (Ossie Davis and Ruby Dee) 3 PM Sesame Street 4 PM Square One Television 4:30 3-2-1 Contact 5 PM Frugal Gourmet 5:30 Nightly Business Report 6 PM MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour 7 PM Nova (same as Ch. 8) 8 PM Frontline (same as Ch. 8) 9 PM Legacy In Limbo (same as Ch. 8) 10 PM Nightly Business Report 10:30 MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour 11:30 Computer Chronicles 12 M Jack Horkheimer: Star Hustler KLTL Ch. 18 Lake Charles, LA (PBS) 3 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 3:30 Sesame Street 4:30 Captain Kangaroo 5 PM MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour 6 PM Wild Side 6:30 Nightly Business Report 7 PM Robert Bateman: Artist And Naturalist 8 PM Nova 9 PM Frontline 10 PM Bounder (British sitcom) 10:30 Jack Horkheimer: Star Hustler KTXH Ch. 20 Houston (Ind.) 5 AM Richard Roberts 6 AM Jimmy Swaggart 6:30 Day Of Discovery 7 AM He-Man And The Masters Of The Universe 7:30 She-Ra: Princess Of Power 8 AM Dennis The Menace (animated) 8:30 Scooby Doo 9 AM Dallas 10 AM Big Valley 11 AM Maverick 12 N Rifleman 12:30 F Troop 1 PM Beverly Hillbillies 1:30 Leave It To Beaver 2 PM Dennis The Menace (Jay North)

2:30 Heathcliff 3 PM Jetsons 3:30 Ghostbusters 4 PM Rambo 4:30 Transformers 5 PM Brady Bunch 5:30 Gilligan's Island 6 PM Gimme A Break! 6:30 Bewitched 7 PM Fall Guy 8 PM Movie: "Iceman" 10 PM Honeymooners 10:30 Maude 11 PM Mary Tyler Moore 11:30 Alfred Hitchcock Presents 12 M Movie: "Disraeli" 2 AM The Invaders KRIV Ch. 26 Houston (Ind.) 5:30 Jim And Tammy 6:30 Inspector Gadget 7 AM Thundercats 7:30 Defenders Of The Earth 8 AM Woody Woodpecker 8:30 Tom And Jerry 9 AM Happy Days 9:30 I Dream Of Jeannie 10 AM The Lucy Show 10:30 Andy Griffith 11 AM All In The Family 11:30 Police Woman 12:30 News 1 PM Shopping Service 2 PM Bugs And Porky 2:30 Tom And Jerry 3 PM Woody Woodpecker 3:30 G.I. Joe 4 PM Thundercats 4:30 Good Times 5 PM Facts Of Life 5:30 Too Close For Comfort 6 PM Jeffersons 6:30 Three's Company 7 PM News 7:30 PM Magazine (Michael J. Fox; celebrities' children) 8 PM Movie: "The Honor Guard" 10 PM The Late Show With Joan Rivers (Fox's initial offering; guest: James Brolin) 11 PM Taxi 11:30 Benson 12 M All In The Family 12:30 News 1 AM Jim And Tammy 2 AM Movie: "Gunsmoke" (although a radio show when

this movie came out in '53, the two have nothing in common beyond the title and both being Westerns) 3:30 Movie: "Billion Dollar Brain" KVHP Ch. 29 Lake Charles, LA (Ind.) 6:30 Woody Woodpecker 7 AM Challenge Of The Gobots 7:30 Scooby Doo 8 AM Flintstones 8:30 Jetsons 9 AM New Day (religion) 10 AM Falcon Crest 11 AM Superior Court 11:30 Love Connection 12 N Movie: "For Us, The Living: The Story Of Medgar Evers" 2 PM Inspector Gadget 2:30 Jayce And The Wheeled Warriors 3 PM She-Ra: Princess Of Power 3:30 He-Man And The Masters Of The Universe 4 PM Thundercats 4:30 G.I. Joe 5 PM Bewitched 5:30 Partridge Family 6 PM I Dream Of Jeannie 6:30 Divorce Court 7 PM Magnum, P.I. 8 PM Movie: "The Burning Bed" 10 PM Late Show With Joan Rivers 11 PM Mama's Family 11:30 Movie: "Mysterious Island Of Beautiful Women" KHTV (KIAH) Ch. 39 Houston (Ind.) 5:30 That's Incredible! 6 AM 700 Club 7 AM Adventures Of The Galaxy Rangers 7:30 Plastic Man 8 AM Flintstones 8:30 Look At Me Now! 9 AM My Favorite Martian 9:30 That's Incredible! 10 AM Mayberry R.F.D. 10:30 Gomer Pyle, USMC 11 AM One Day At A Time 11:30 Alice 12 N Rockford Files 1 PM Gunsmoke 2 PM My Favorite Martian 2:30 Fat Albert 3 PM My Little Pony 'n Friends 3:30 Smurfs' Adventures 4 PM Plastic Man 4:30 What's Happening!!

5 PM Diff'rent Strokes 5:30 That's My Mama 6 PM Sanford And Son 6:30 Barney Miller 7 PM Magnum, P.I. 8 PM Movie: "Seems Like Old Times" 10 PM Benny Hill 10:30 Bizarre 11 PM Police Story 12 M City Of Angels 1 AM Twilight Zone 1:30 Movie: "Almost Summer" 3:30 Movie: "With This Ring" KHSH Ch. 67 Alvin, TX (HSN) Home Shopping Network

Northwest New Brunswick Tues, Mar 3, 1981 from La Republique via Google News Archive CBAFT-SRC Moncton (OTA 13) 10:00 En mouvement 10:15 Les 100 tours du Centour 10:30 Animagerie 10:45 Virginie 11:00 Passe-Partout 11:30 Magazine-Express noon Au fil de la semaine 12:30 Heidi 1:00 Le Telejournal 1:05 Tes filles et mes garcons (Brady Bunch) 1:30 Midi-Plus 2:31 Femmes d'aujourd'hui 3:30 Cinema "La vie de chateau" 5:00 Bobino 5:30 Don Quichotte 6:00 Les Pierrafeu (Flintstones) 6:30 Coup d'oeil 7:00 Les Maritimes aujourd'hui, 1ere edition 7:30 Ce soir/Telejournal national 8:00 Le monde merveilleux de Disney (Wonderful World of Disney) 9:00 Terre humaine 9:30 Race de monde 10:00 Telemag 11:00 TBA 11:30 Le Telejournal 12:05 Les Maritimes aujourd'hui, 2e edition 12:12 Nouvelles du sport 12:22 Telex Arts 12:33 Rencontres 1:03 Cinema "Senso" WAGM-CBS/NBC/ABC Presque Isle (OTA 8/11)

7:00 PTL Club 8:00 Good Morning America 10:00 Captain Kangaroo 11:00 Jeffersons 11:30 Alice noon Price is Right 1:00 You Bet Your Life 1:30 Search for Tomorrow 2:00 Young & the Restless 3:00 As the World Turns 4:00 Guiding Light 5:00 One Day at a Time 5:30 John Davidson 7:00 Action 8 News 7:30 CBS Evening News 8:00 Joker's Wild 8:30 Tic Tac Dough 9:00 Lobo 10:00 Movie "The Pride of Jesse Hallam" mid. Telejournal News 12:30 CBS Late Movie WLBZ-NBC Bangor (cable only) 7:30 First Radio Parish Church 7:35 NewsCenter Report 8:00 Today 10:00 Donahue 11:00 Las Vegas Gambit 11:30 Blockbusters noon Wheel of Fortune 12:30 Password Plus 1:00 Card Sharks 1:30 Doctors 2:00 Days of Our Lives 3:00 Another World 4:00 Texas 5:00 Great Money Movie 7:00 NewsCenter 2 7:30 NBC Nightly News 8:00 M*A*S*H 8:30 Family Feud 9:00 Lobo 10:00 BJ & the Bear 11:00 Flamingo Road mid. NewsCenter 2 12:30 Tonight Show 1:30 Adam-12 CIMT-TVA/Tele-Capitale Riviere-du-Loup (OTA 4) 8:25 Ouverture 8:30 Les p'tits bonshommes 8:45 Le 745 10:00 A la bonne franquette 10:30 Votre amie Suzanne noon Info-Mag 1:00 Dessins animes (cartoons)

1:15 Midi-Nouvelles 1:30 Cine-Quiz "Drole de solitude" 3:30 Janette veut savoir 4:30 Gronigo 5:00 Scooby-Doo 5:30 La soeur volante (Flying Nun) 6:00 Les Tannants 7:00 Nouvelles 7:30 La conquete de l'Ouest 8:30 Le clan Beaulieu 9:00 Toute la ville en parle 9:30 Hawai 5-0 (Hawaii Five-O) 10:30 Michel Jasmin 11:29 La Quotidienne (loto) 11:30 Nouvelles TVA mid. Sports 12:15 La couleur de temps 12:30 Cine-Detente "RAS" CHSJ-CBC Saint John (OTA 6 in the St. John Valley, not sure if the signal actually made it to Edmundston) 8:00 Test Pattern 8:30 100 Huntley Street 10:00 Canadian Schools 10:30 Mr. Dressup 11:00 Sesame Street noon King of Kensington (except in the North Shore and Miramichi, which got North East Report instead) 12:30 Match Game 1:00 Dick Van Dyke 1:30 Mid Day 2:00 Edge of Night 2:30 Take 30 3:00 Today from... 4:00 Price is Right 5:00 Woody Woodpecker 5:30 New Brunswick Report (produced at CBC Fredericton) 6:30 Family Feud 7:00 Lou Grant 8:00 Happy Days 8:30 Three's Company 9:00 Fifth Estate 10:00 Great Detective 11:00 The National 11:25 Final Report 11:45 Brier Report mid. Tuesday Movie Retro: Maine Sat, Feb 28, 1981 from TV Guide-Maine edition WLBZ 2-NBC Bangor 7:00 Little Rascals (bw) 7:30 Kidsworld

8:00 Godzilla/Hong Kong Phooey 9:00 Flintstones 10:30 Daffy Duck 11:00 Batman noon Movie "The Black Rose" 2:30 Wild Kingdom (pt 1 of a 2-parter on gorillas) 3:00 Movie "Frankie & Johnny" 5:00 American Life Style (story of George Eastman, photography pioneer) 5:30 Backstage at the Grand Ole Opry (Bill Anderson welcomes Minnie Pearl, Del Reeves, and the Osborne Brothers) 6:00 News 6:30 NBC Nightly News 7:00 Muppet Show (guest Wally Boag plays a rock version of Swanee River on the bagpipes, accompanied by the Electric Mayhem Band) 7:30 Dance Fever (judges Maureen McGovern (who also performs), Jim Stafford, and Charlene Tilton) 8:00 CHiPs 9:00 Gangster Chronicles 10:00 Hill Street Blues 11:00 News 11:30 Saturday Night Live (re-run from Dec 1980: host David Carradine, music by Linda Rondstadt and the cast of The Pirates of Penzance) CHSJ 4-CBC Saint John Listed ET 7:00 Circle Square 7:30 100 Huntley Street 9:00 Hilarious House of Frightenstein 10:00 Popeye 10:30 Land & Sea 11:00 Heritage 11:30 22 Hazelwood noon Wok with Yan 12:30 Movie "Hatari" 2:00 Man from UNCLE 3:00 CBC SportsWeekend: Canadian Ladies' Curling Championship/highlights of Edmonton Journal Track & Field Meet 6:00 Movie "When the Circus Came to Town" 8:00 Hockey Night in Canada: Toronto-Montreal 11:00 CBC News: Saturday Report 11:15 News 11:25 Movie "Wipeout!" WABI 5-CBS Bangor, WAGM 8-CBS/NBC/ABC Presque Isle 6:30 (WAGM) Big Blue Marble 7:00 (WAGM) New Zoo Revue 7:25 (WABI) Open Door 7:30 (WABI) Hot Fudge 7:30 (WAGM) Littlest Hobo (was the 80s Canadian version syndied in the US?) 8:00 High School Basketball: Eastern Maine girls' and boys' Class A quarterfinals (from Bangor) 1:00 (WABI) Top Rank Fights of the 70s: from 1979, Matthew Saad Muhammad defends his WBC light-heavyweight belt against former champ John Conteh 1:00 (WAGM) Pop! Goes the Country 1:30 (WAGM) Journey to Adventure 2:00 High School Basketball 6:45 News 7:00 Lawrence Welk (memorable music from America's past)

8:00 High School Basketball 11:00 (WABI) News 11:00 (WAGM) Monte Carlo Show (guests Kris Kristofferson, Shields & Yarnell, and Stephane Grappelli) 11:15 (WABI) Wrestling mid. (WAGM) Movie "Midas Run" WCSH 6-NBC Portland 6:30 First Radio Parish Church 6:35 News Extra 6:45 News 7:00 Jetsons 7:30 Kidsworld 8:00 Godzilla/Hong Kong Phooey 9:00 Flintstones 10:30 Daffy Duck 11:00 Batman noon Movie "The Battle of Neretva" 2:00 Movie "Francis" (bw) 4:00 Nashville on the Road (featuring Alabama) 4:30 Backstage at the Grand Ole Opry (Bill welcomes Hank Snow, Kelly Foxton, and David Allan Coe) 5:00 Pop! Goes the Country (guests Jimmy Dean and Bobby Bare) 5:30 Let's Rock (what a lead-in, 90 min of country shows Cheesy) 6:00 News 6:30 NBC Nightly News 7:00 Muppet Show (guest Debbie Harry) 7:30 Dance Fever (judges Alison Arngrim, Roxie Roker, and Anson Williams) 8:00 CHiPs 9:00 Gangster Chronicles 10:00 Hill Street Blues 11:00 News 11:30 Saturday Night Live 1:00 Movie "Batman" (based on the cheesy 60s series) WVII 7-ABC Bangor 6:00 Big Blue Marble 6:30 New Zoo Revue 7:00 Star Blazers 7:30 Archies 8:00 Superfriends 9:00 Fonz 9:30 Richie Rich/Scooby & Scrappy-Doo 10:30 Thundarr 11:00 Heathcliff/Dingbat 11:30 Plastic Man/Baby Plas noon ABC Weekend Special "The Ghost of Thomas Kempe" 12:30 American Bandstand (guests the Association, and Johnny Rivers) 1:30 Movie "Casablanca" (bw) 3:30 Pro Bowling: Cleveland Open 5:00 ABC Wide World of Sports: World Wristwrestling Championships/International Tobaggan Championships/Women's Masters Surfing Championship 6:30 Sports Afield 7:00 Hee Haw (guests Rex Allen Sr & Jr, Margo Smith, Eddy Raven, and the Million Dollar Band) 8:00 Charlie's Angels 9:00 Love Boat

10:00 Fantasy Island 11:00 ABC News 11:15 Stacey's Country Jamboree WMTW 8-ABC Poland Spring 6:00 New You 7:00 Animals, Animals, Animals 7:30 Krofft Superstars 8:00 Superfriends 9:00 Fonz 9:30 Richie Rich/Scooby & Scrappy-Doo 10:30 Thundarr 11:00 Heathcliff/Dingbat 11:30 Plastic Man/Baby Plas noon ABC Weekend Special "The Ghost of Thomas Kempe" 12:30 American Bandstand 1:30 Movie "Yukon Safari" 3:30 Pro Bowling: Cleveland Open 5:00 ABC Wide World of Sports 6:30 High School Quiz: Greely v Portland 7:00 Lawrence Welk 8:00 Charlie's Angels 9:00 Love Boat 10:00 Fantasy Island 11:00 ABC News 11:15 Benny Hill (x2) 12:15 Movie "The Grissom Gang" WCBB 10-PBS Augusta 7:30 Project Universe (x3) 9:00 Growing Years (x3) 10:30 Characteristics of Learning Disabilities (x2) 11:30 Masterpiece Theatre "Danger UXB" (pt eight) 12:30 Crockett's Victory Garden 1:00 Washington Week in Review 1:30 Wall Street Week 2:00 All-Star Soccer 3:00 Movie "Jubal" 5:00 All Creatures Great & Small 6:00 Magic of Oil Painting 6:30 This Old House 7:00 Once Upon a Classic "Black Island" (conclusion) 7:30 With Ossie & Ruby (guest Sterling Brown) 8:00 Odyssey "Maasai Women" 9:00 Austin City Limits (a "Mandolin Special" with guests the David Grisman Quartet, Tiny Moore, Jethro Burns, and Johnny Gimble) 10:00 Movie "The Last Angry Man" (bw) WENH 11-PBS Durham 9:00 Sesame Street 10:00 This Old House 10:30 Nova (Julie Harris narrates a comparison of American and British health care) 11:30 Young Children with Special Needs noon Growing Years 12:30 Open Mind 1:00 Lawmakers

1:30 Here's to Your Health (guest Norman Cousins in the first part of a series where he discusses stress and its effects on well-being) 2:00 Power Game 2:30 Great Decisions '81 3:00 Cousteau Odyssey "Clipperton: The Island Time Forgot" (visiting a Pacific atoll 670 miles off the Mexican coast) 4:00 Antiques 4:30 Once Upon a Classic "Black Island" (pt 1) 5:00 Vikings! (this episode looks at their presence in the British Isles) 5:30 Your Time 6:00 That's It in Sports 6:30 Soccer Made in Germany 7:30 Twilight Zone (bw) 8:00 Sneak Previews 8:30 Superstar Profile: Mel Brooks 9:00 Great Performances "To Be Young, Gifted and Black" (story of playwright Lorraine Hansberry/first aired 1972) 10:30 Only the Ball was White (a look at the old Negro baseball league) MPBN: WMEB 12-Orono, WMEG 26-Biddeford, WMEM 10-Presque Isle, WMED 13-Calais (PBS) 7:30 Project Universe (x3) 9:00 Growing Years (x3) 10:30 Characteristics of Leaning Disabilities (x2) 11:30 Masterpiece Theatre "Danger UXB" (pt eight) 12:30 Antiques 1:00 All Creatures Great & Small 2:00 Movie "Doctor in the House" (bw) 3:30 So You Think You Know Maine? 4:30 Ordinary People 5:00 Shock of the New (modern culture's effect on art) 6:00 Sneak Previews 6:30 Once Upon a Classic "Black Island" (pt 1, followed by the conclusion at 7) 7:30 Agronsky & Company 8:00 Paper Chase 9:00 Movie "Outcast of the Islands" (bw) 10:50 NASA Year-End Review 11:00 Austin City Limits (guests Tony Joe White and Gary Stewart with "swamp music" and honkytonk) WGAN 13-CBS Portland 6:00 Maine Weather 6:30 Sunrise Semester "Women and Men in a Changing Society" 7:00 Great Space Coaster 7:30 Courtship of Eddie's Father 8:00 Mighty Mouse/Heckle & Jeckle 8:30 Tom & Jerry 9:00 Bugs Bunny/Road Runner 10:30 Popeye 11:30 Drak Pack noon Fat Albert 12:30 Tarzan/Lone Ranger 1:30 30 Minutes (Berry Ann Bowser reports on a rehab program where kids with problems work on a sailing ship taking a 10-day voyage around Lake Ontario) 2:00 Wrestling 3:00 Hee Haw (see 7pm, WVII) 4:00 TBA

4:30 CBS Sports Spectacular: Matthew Saad Muhammad (28-3-2) defends his WBC light-heavy crown against #8 contender Vonzell Johnson (22-1) in Atlantic City/European Figure Skating Championships 6:00 News 6:30 CBS Evening News 7:00 Kung Fu 8:00 WKRP in Cincinnati 8:30 Tim Conway 9:00 Flo 9:30 (Not listed, I'm guessing a movie aired here?) 11:00 News 11:30 Top Rank Fights of the 70s: see 1pm, WABI 12:30 Movie "First to Fight" WSBK 38-Ind Boston 7:00 Faith for Today 7:30 Viewpoint on Nutrition 8:00 Public Affairs 8:30 Villa Alegre 9:00 Carrascolendas 9:30 Hot Fudge 10:00 Ask the Manager (Dimino) 10:30 Movie "The Curse of the Mummy's Tomb" noon Movie "Grizzly" 2:00 Movie "Broken Arrow" 4:00 Movie "Roll, Freddy, Roll" 6:00 Hogan's Heroes 6:30 Bob Newhart 7:00 What's Happening America (Newark Mayor Kenneth Gibson on gun control, Shirley Jones and Marty Engels discuss suing the National Enquirer) 8:00 Movie "Junior Bonner" 10:00 INN News 10:30 Forum 38 11:00 Odd Couple 11:30 Movie "Think Fast, Mr. Moto" (bw) WLVI 56-Ind Boston 8:00 Music & the Spoken Word 8:30 Rex Humbard 9:00 Oral Roberts 9:30 Jimmy Swaggart 10:30 De Todo un Poco (Mass Dept of Mental Health rep Melvin Montero talks about centers for Hispanic alcoholics) 11:00 Wrestling noon Six Million Dollar Man 1:00 Movie "It Came from Outer Space" (bw) 2:30 Movie "Gargoyles" 4:00 Movie "Rock-a-Bye Baby" 6:00 Happy Days Again 6:30 Good Times 7:00 Sanford & Son 7:30 Mary Tyler Moore 8:00 College Basketball: Seton Hall-Boston College (Dan Davis and Ken Hudson with the call) 10:00 Movie "What's Up, Tiger Lily?" 11:30 Tales from the Unexpected

Retro: Puerto Rico Sun, Mar 4, 1990 from Vea WKAQ 2-San Juan/WORA 5-Mayaguez (Telemundo) 6:00 Buenos Dias 6:30 Telemunequitos 7:00 Teatrimundo 10:00 El Topo Gigio 10:30 Las Travesuras de Arnold 11:00 Misa Televisada noon (2) Cine "Ansiedad"/"El Hijo del Palenque" 1:00 (5) Sobremisa Domenical 1:30 (5) Armagedon 4:00 Fantastico 8:00 La Pension de Dona Tere 8:30 En Casa de Juanma Roman 9:00 Fuera de Serie 10:00 El Beauty 11:00 Tercera Edicion WAPA 4-San Juan/WOLE 12-Aguadilla (WAPA) 7:00 Iglesia Bethel 8:00 Munequitos 10:00 (4) Imagen y Sonido 10:00 (12) Las Marias por Dentro 10:30 (12) Servicio Publico 11:00 Lucha Libre noon (4) World of Sports noon (12) Nuetsros Lideres 1:00 (4) Baloncesto Local (basketball) 1:00 (12) Aguadilla Hoy 1:30 (12) Asociacion Evangelica 3:00 NBA: teams not listed 5:30 Out of This World 6:00 Monster Today 6:30 Carmelo...y Punto 7:00 El Papa de Mi Papa 7:30 Que Pareja! 8:00 Todo el Ano es Navidad 9:00 Insolito 9:30 Tour of Duty 10:30 Cine "The Terror" WIPR 6-San Juan/WIPM 3-Mayaguez (PBS) 3pm Body Watch 3:30 Discoveries Under Water 4:30 Flower Shops 5:00 Nature 6:00 Nova 7:00 Great Performances 8:00 Noche de Conciertos WSTE 7-Ponce/San Juan/Mayaguez/Arecibo (SuperSiete, the station and its tx all ran on ch 7) 7:00 Harvester Church

8:00 Pitufos 8:30 Healthcliff 9:00 Transformers 9:30 GI Joe 10:00 Pelicula "Bomber B-32" noon WWF 1:00 That's Incredible! 1:30 SuperSiete Deportibo 2:00 Volleyball 4:00 thirtysomething 5:00 Cine Siete "The Great Santini" 7:00 Charytin 8:00 Jovet 9:00 Corin Tellado 11:00 Cine del Domingo "The Rookies" WLII 11-San Juan/WSUR 9-Ponce/WNJX 22-Mayaguez (Teleonce) 7:00 Munequitos 7:30 ThunderCats 8:00 El Mundo de Miky 9:00 Festival del Tio Nobel 10:00 Munequitos noon Lucha Libre 1:00 Cine "The Russians are Coming, the Russians are Coming"/"Kitten with a Whip" 5:00 Bill Cosby Show 5:30 Silver Spoons 6:00 ALF 6:30 Disney Movie "Down and Out with Donald Duck"/"Totally Minnie" 8:30 Musica...y Algo Mas 9:30 Pulso Preciso 10:00 Dime la Verdad 11:00 La Pelicula "Destination Moon" WPRV 13-San Juan/WTIN 14-Ponce/56 Mayaguez (Fox) 8:00 Cristo Viene 9:00 Super Book 9:30 This is the Life 10:30 Tiri Real Estate 11:00 Hablemos 11:30 Super Book noon Carreras de Caballos 1:00 Animals 1:30 Cisco Kid 2:00 Rookies 2:30 Tarde Hipica (horse racing) 7:00 Gunsmoke 8:00 Booker 9:00 America's Most Wanted 9:30 Video 10:30 Open House 11:00 Tracey Ullman WSJU 18-NBC San Juan 7:00 Home Shopping Club 9:30 Chicola y la Ganga 10:00 Kenneth Copeland

11:00 Cristo Vive 11:30 Judy Gordon noon Home Shopping Club 5:00 Golf: details not listed 6:30 Meet the Press 7:00 Plebiscito 8:00 College Basketball: teams not listed 10:00 Revista de Negocios 11:00 USA Tonight 11:30 Judy Gordon WSJN 24-San Juan/WKPV 20-Ponce/WJWN 38-San Sebastian (Ind) 7:00 Noticiario 6:00 Revista PM 7:00 Noticiario WRWR 30-San Juan/WCCV 54-Arecibo/relays on ch 16 & 48 8:00 Programa Religioso 9:30 Videos Musicales noon Cine: TBA 5:30 Cine: TBA 8:00 Videos 8:30 Cine: TBA WMTJ 40-Fajardo/WQTO 26-Ponce (PBS) 7:30 Ingles 101 8:30 Humanidades 205 9:00 Ingles 205 9:30 Ingles 206 10:30 Frances 102 11:00 Revista Universitaria 11:30 Ciencias Sociales 102 12:30 Ingles 102 1:30 Humanidades 204 2:00 Humanidades 102 3:00 Espanol 102 4:00 Angel 4:30 La Brujita Sally 5:00 Art of William Alexander 5:30 Nova 6:30 Nunca es Tarde 7:00 Adventure 8:00 Los Campbells 8:30 Body Watch 9:00 Frontline 10:00 Stepping Stones 10:30 Comparative Analysis WUJA 58-Ind Aguadilla 6pm English Block Retro: Toledo, Wednesday 6/16/82 Source: TV Guide (Toledo-Lima Edition) Toledo

11 WTOL (CBS) 13 WTVG (NBC) 24 WDHO (ABC) 30 WGTE (PBS) Lima 35 WLIO (NBC, ABC) Columbus 4 WCMH (NBC) 6 WTVN (ABC) 10 WBNS (CBS) 34 WOSU (PBS) Bowling Green 57 WBGU (PBS) Dayton 2 WDTN (ABC) 7 WHIO (CBS) 22 WKEF (NBC) Ft. Wayne 15 WANE (CBS) 21 WPTA (ABC) 33 WKJG (NBC) 55 WFFT (Ind.) Cincinnati 19C WXIX (Ind.) Cleveland 43C WUAB (Ind.) Detroit 2D WJBK (CBS) 4D WDIV (NBC) 7D WXYZ (ABC) 50D WKBD (Ind.) 56D WTVS (PBS) Windsor, Ont. 9W CBET (CBC) 5 AM 56D OVER EASY 5:15 43C LUCY SHOW 5:30 4D CHARLIE ROSE 56D BIOGRAPHY 5:45 13 MEDITATION

43C NEWS 5:50 6 GOOD WORD 24 JIM BAKKER 5:55 6,13 700 CLUB 22 JIM BAKKER 6 AM 2 700 CLUB 2D USam 4 SUPERHEROES 4D BEWITCHED 7 SUMMER SEMESTER 7D NEWS 10 HEALTH FIELD 11 PATCHES AND POCKETS 43C JIM BAKKER 50D JIMMY SWAGGART 56D MacNEIL, LEHRER REPORT 6:15 19C PERSPECTIVE 6:30 4 NEWS CONFERENCE 4 4D MORNING STRETCH 7 TV SINCLAIR 7D NO NONSENSE EXERCISE 10 CHRISTOPHER CLOSEUP 11 GREAT SPACE COASTER 50D HEALTH FIELD 56D CAPTIONED ABC NEWS 6:50 24 GOOD MORNING TOLEDO 50D NEWS 6:55 4D MONEY MATTERS 6 BUCKEYE FARM REPORT 13 FARM REPORT 7 AM 2,6,7D,24 GOOD MORNING AMERICA 2D,7,10,11 CBS NEWS 4,4D,13,22,35 TODAY 15 BAUMAN BIBLE 19C POPEYE 21 JIMMY SWAGGART 43C SPORT BILLY 50D TOM AND JERRY 56D TO LIFE: YOGA WITH PRISCILLA PATRICK

7:15 56D WEATHER 7:30 19C,50D GREAT SPACE COASTER 21 NEWS 33 WAYNE ROTHGEB 43C BASEBALL BUNCH 56D NIGHTLY BUSINESS REPORT 7:45 34 WEATHER 8 AM 15 CBS NEWS 19C SPIDERMAN 21 GOOD MORNING AMERICA 33 TODAY 34 MISTER ROGERS 43C BULLWINKLE 50D FLINTSTONES 55 JIM BAKKER 56D OVER EASY 8:30 19C GROOVIE GOOLIES 34 ELECTRIC COMPANY 43C GREAT SPACE COASTER 50D HOT FUDGE 56D LILIAS, YOGA AND YOU 8:40 57 COMMUNITY DATEBOOK 8:45 57 WEATHER 9 AM 2,4 PHIL DONAHUE 2D,13 PHIL DONAHUE 4D SONYA 6 FAMILY FEUD 7 NEWS 7D KELLY & COMPANY 10 ONE DAY AT A TIME 11,35 RICHARD SIMMONS 19C TOM AND JERRY 22 GOOD TIMES 24 HOUR MAGAZINE 34 MOVIE: "Wings of an Eagle" (1976) 43C BARNABY 50D GILLIGAN'S ISLAND 55 FORT WAYNE FOCUS 56D VILLA ALEGRE 57 SESAME STREET

9:30 6 EDGE OF NIGHT 7 MATCH GAME 10 MARY TYLER MOORE 11 TATTLETALES 19C WOODY WOODPECKER 22 ALL IN THE FAMILY 35 JOKER'S WILD 43C ROMPER ROOM AND FRIENDS 50D FAMILY AFFAIR 55 JIM GERARD 56D MISTER ROGERS 9:45 9W ED ALLEN TIME 10 AM 2,4D,33 RICHARD SIMMONS 2D MERV GRIFFIN 4,13,22,35 DIFF'RENT STROKES 6 HOUR MAGAZINE 7,11,15 ONE DAY AT A TIME 10 NEW YOU ASKED FOR IT 19C BEWITCHED 21 PHIL DONAHUE 24 A.M. MAGAZINE 43C 43 a.m. 50D MORNING BREAK 55 700 CLUB 56D SESAME STREET 57 MAGIC OF OIL PAINTING 10:15 9W FRIENDLY GIANT 10:30 2 I LOVE LUCY 4,4D,13,22,33,35 WHEEL OF FORTUNE 7,11,15 ALICE 7D EDGE OF NIGHT 9W MR. DRESSUP 10 ALL IN THE FAMILY 19C MAYBERRY R.F.D. 24 PEOPLE'S COURT 43C MORNING STRETCH 50D BEVERLY HILLBILLIES 57 DOLLAR STRETCHER 11 AM 2,6,7D,24 LOVE BOAT 2D,7,10,11,15 PRICE IS RIGHT 4 PEOPLE'S COURT 4D WHAT'S HAPPENING!! 9W SESAME STREET 13,22,33,35 TEXAS 19C MY THREE SONS

21 ENTERTAINMENT TONIGHT 34 MacNEIL, LEHRER REPORT 43C WOMAN'S PAGE 50D ANDY GRIFFITH 56D VEGETABLE SOUP II 57 PBS LATENIGHT 11:30 4 NEWS 4D GOOD TIMES 19C CHICO AND THE MAN 21 EDGE OF NIGHT 34 SESAME STREET 43C INN NEWS 50D MUNSTERS 55 JOHN DAVIDSON 56D ELECTRIC COMPANY Noon 2,2D,4D,6,7,10,11,13 NEWS 4,22 BOB BRAUN 7D,24 FAMILY FEUD 9W WORLD CUP SOCCER: England vs. France 15 YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS 19C MERV GRIFFIN 21 ALL MY CHILDREN 33 DOCTORS 35 EASTER'S PARADE 43C BEVERLY HILLBILLIES 50D COUPLES 56D MISTER ROGERS 57 MacNEIL, LEHRER REPORT 12:30 2,6,7D,24 RYAN'S HOPE 2D,7,10,11 YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS 4D,13,33 SEARCH FOR TOMORROW 34 ELECTRIC COMPANY 43C MOVIE: "The Italian Job" (1969) 50D I LOVE LUCY 55 INN NEWS 56D LILIAS, YOGA AND YOU 57 DICK CAVETT 1 PM 2,6,7D,24 ALL MY CHILDREN 4D,13,22,35 DAYS OF OUR LIVES 15,21 NEWS 19C MOVIE: "The Third Day" (1965) 33 NEWS/EDITOR'S DESK 34 MOVIE: "These Three" (1936) 50D MOVIE: "Strange Bedfellows" (1965) 55 ANOTHER LIFE 56D PBS LATENIGHT 57 COSMOS

1:30 2D,7,10,11,15 AS THE WORLD TURNS 4 SEARCH FOR TOMORROW 21 RYAN'S HOPE 33 DAYS OF OUR LIVES 55 LEAVE IT TO BEAVER 2 PM 2,6,7D,21,24 ONE LIFE TO LIVE 4,4D,13,22,35 ANOTHER WORLD 9W WOK WITH YAN 55 MOVIE: "Tops Is the Limit" (1936) 56D SESAME STREET 57 SIX-GUN HEROES 2:30 2D,7,10,11,15 CAPITOL 9W CORONATION STREET 33 ANOTHER WORLD 2:55 50D NEWS 3 PM 2,6,7D,21,24 GENERAL HOSPITAL 2D,7,10,11,15 GUIDING LIGHT 4 DAYS OF OUR LIVES 4D,13,35 CHiPs 9W CAROL BURNETT AND FRIENDS 19C SCOOBY-DOO 22 DOCTORS 34 JULIA CHILD & MORE COMPANY 43C LITTLE RASCALS 50D BUGS BUNNY 56D MISTER ROGERS' NEIGHBORHOOD 57 OVER EASY 3:30 9W TAKE 30 19C,50D FLINTSTONES 22 SEARCH FOR TOMORROW 33 CHiPs 34 OVER EASY 43C UNDERDOG 56D FOOD PRESERVING 57 NUMERO UNO 4 PM 2 WALTONS 2D CHARLIE'S ANGELS 4,35,50D SCOOBY-DOO 4D JEFFERSONS 6 JEFFERSONS 7 BIONIC WOMAN 7D MOVIE: "Anne of the Thousand Days" (1969) [Part 1 of 3.] 9W SWALLOWS AND AMAZONS

10,24 BUGS BUNNY 11 MOVIE: "Young Man with a Horn" (1950) 13 WALTONS 15 TATTLETALES 19C TOM AND JERRY 21 EMERGENCY! 22 MERV GRIFFIN 30,34,57 SESAME STREET 43C LOST IN SPACE 55 POPEYE 56D OVER EASY 4:30 4 COURTSHIP OF EDDIE'S FATHER 4D ALL IN THE FAMILY 6 ROCKFORD FILES 9W BEACHCOMBERS 10 LAVERNE & SHIRLEY & COMPANY 15 BIG VALLEY 19C,50D BRADY BUNCH 24 PORKY PIG 33 TOM AND JERRY 35 LEAVE IT TO BEAVER 55 SCOOBY-DOO 56D JACK BENNY 5 PM 2 WONDER WOMAN 2D,7D NEWS 4 MERV GRIFFIN 4D BARNEY MILLER 7 ANDY GRIFFITH 9W SIX MILLION DOLLAR MAN 10 BARNEY MILLER 13 HAPPY DAYS AGAIN 19C BRADY BUNCH 21 BIONIC WOMAN 22 TIC TAC DOUGH 24 LITTLE HOUSE ON THE PRAIRIE 30,34,57 MISTER ROGERS 33 GILLIGAN'S ISLAND 35 HOUR MAGAZINE 43C LEAVE IT TO BEAVER 50D WONDER WOMAN 55 SPIDERMAN 56D BIOGRAPHY 5:30 4D,6,22 NEWS 7 M*A*S*H 10 M*A*S*H 13 M*A*S*H 15 MERV GRIFFIN 19C WELCOME BACK, KOTTER 30,34,57 ELECTRIC COMPANY 33 WALTONS

43C BRADY BUNCH 55 SUPERMAN 56D TARGET: YOUTH EMPLOYMENT 6 PM 2,2D,4,4D,7,7D,9W,10,11,13,24,35 NEWS 19C ANDY GRIFFITH 21 NEW YOU ASKED FOR IT 22 HOGAN'S HEROES 30 VIC BRADEN'S TENNIS FOR THE FUTURE 34 DICK CAVETT 43C DICK VAN DYKE 50D HAPPY DAYS AGAIN 55 BEVERLY HILLBILLIES 56D THIS OLD HOUSE 57 CHECKING IT OUT 6:30 2,6,24 ABC NEWS 2D,7,10,11,15 CBS NEWS 4,4D,13,22,33,35 NBC NEWS 19C HOGAN'S HEROES 21 NEWS 30 OVER EASY 34 ALFRED HITCHCOCK PRESENTS 43C SANFORD AND SON 50D LAVERNE & SHIRLEY & COMPANY 55 BEWITCHED 56D NIGHTLY BUSINESS REPORT 57 LAST CHANCE GARAGE 7 PM 2 NEW YOU ASKED FOR IT 2D MUPPET SHOW 4,24 TIC TAC DOUGH 4D JOKER'S WILD 6,13 ENTERTAINMENT TONIGHT 7,10,15,33 NEWS 7D,21 ABC NEWS 9W HAWAII FIVE-O 11 PM MAGAZINE 19C BARNEY MILLER 22 BENNY HILL 30 DICK CAVETT 34,57 MacNEIL, LEHRER REPORT 35 M*A*S*H 43C M*A*S*H 50D WELCOME BACK, KOTTER 55 I LOVE LUCY 56D WILD, WILD WORLD OF ANIMALS 7:30 2 PM MAGAZINE 2D PM MAGAZINE 4 PM MAGAZINE 4D BASEBALL: Detroit Tigers at Cleveland Indians

6,11,22,33,35 FAMILY FEUD 7,21 ENTERTAINMENT TONIGHT 7D INSIGHT 10 RICHARD SIMMONS 13 BARNEY MILLER 15 PM MAGAZINE 19C ALL IN THE FAMILY 24 NEW YOU ASKED FOR IT 30,56D MacNEIL, LEHRER REPORT 34 UP AND COMING 43C LET'S GO TO THE RACES 50D M*A*S*H 55 BASEBALL: Detroit Tigers at Cleveland Indians 57 NIGHTLY BUSINESS REPORT 8 PM 2,6,7D,21,24 GREATEST AMERICAN HERO 2D,7,10,11,15 LAST ROUND-UP OF THE ELEPHANTS 4,13,22,33,35 REAL PEOPLE 9W ROALD DAHL'S TALES OF THE UNEXPECTED 19C BACKSTAGE PASS 30,34,56D,57 KENNEDY CENTER TONIGHT 43C ROCKFORD FILES 50D MOVIE: "A Gathering of Eagles" (1963) 8:30 9W BASEBALL: Montreal Expos at St. Louis Cardinals 19C BLUE JEAN NETWORK 9 PM 2,6,7D,21,24 FALL GUY 2D,7,10,11,15 MOVIE: "To Find My Son" (1980) 4,13,22,33,35 FACTS OF LIFE 43C MOVIE: "Experiment in Terror" (1962) 9:30 4,13,22,33,35 LOVE, SIDNEY 10 PM 2,6,7D,21,24 DYNASTY 4,4D,13,22,33,35 QUINCY 19C ROOTS OF ROCK 'N ROLL 30 AMERICAN PLAYHOUSE 34 MADE IN TAIWAN 50D INN NEWS 56D NEWS 57 MADE IN TAIWAN 10:30 50D BOB NEWHART 55 HOGAN'S HEROES 56D NIGHTLY BUSINESS REPORT 11 PM 2,2D,4,4D,6,7,7D,10,11,13,15,21,22,24,33,35 NEWS 9W CBC NEWS

19C BENNY HILL 50D M*A*S*H 55 BENNY HILL 56D WORLD CUP '82 SOCCER TOURNAMENT 57 DICK CAVETT 11:20 9W JOURNAL 11:30 2,7D,24 NIGHTLINE 2D MAUDE 4,4D,13,22,33,35 TONIGHT 6 BENNY HILL 7,11,15 MOVIE: "The Paradise Connection" (1979) 10 MOVIE: "War Italian Style" (1965) 19C KUNG FU 43C ALL IN THE FAMILY 50D SANFORD AND SON 55 STAR TREK 57 CAPTIONED ABC NEWS 11:35 21 M*A*S*H Midnight 2 ROCKFORD FILES 2D IRONSIDE 6 NIGHTLINE 7D,24 LOVE BOAT 9W CBC NEWS 43C STAR TREK 50D LAUREL AND HARDY 56D,57 PBS LATENIGHT 12:05 9W NEWS 21 NIGHTLINE 12:30 4,13,22,33,35 LATE NIGHT WITH DAVID LETTERMAN 4D ENTERTAINMENT TONIGHT 6 LOVE BOAT 19C MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE 55 INN NEWS 12:35 9W MOVIE: "At Gunpoint" (1955) 21 LOVE BOAT 1 AM 2 LOVE BOAT 2D SATURDAY NIGHT 4D LATE NIGHT WITH DAVID LETTERMAN 43C COUNTRY GALAXY OF STARS 56D KENNEDY CENTER TONIGHT

57 COMMUNITY DATEBOOK 1:10 7D MOVIE: "The Doberman Gang" (1972) 24 NEWS 1:30 13,22,35 NEWS 1:45 7,11,15 NEWS 2 AM 2D ROOKIES 4D MOVIE: "Charley Varrick" (1973) 2:10 2 NEWS 2:40 2 INSPIRATION 3 AM 2D NEWS 7D NEWS 43C MOVIE: "Summertree" (1971) 56D GEORGE SHEARING AT THE CARLYLE 3:30 56D NEWS 4 AM 4D NEWS 56D DICK CAVETT 4:30 4D SONYA 56D CAPTIONED ABC NEWS 4:45 43C CHICO AND THE MAN Retro: Kentucky Tuesday, March 1, 1977 From TV Guide, Kentucky Edition: WAVE Ch. 3 Louisville (NBC) 6:30 Today In WAVE Country 7 AM Today (Tom Brokaw) 9 AM Morning Show 10 AM Sanford And Son 10:30 Hollywood Squares (Darleen Carr, George Gobel, Florence Henderson, Earl Holliman, James Carroll Jordan, Steve Martin, Robert Reed, Karen Valentine, Paul Lynde)

11 AM Wheel Of Fortune (Chuck Woolery and Susan Stafford were host and hostess at the time) 11:30 Shoot For The Stars (William Shatner, Barbara Feldon) 12 N News 12:30 Mike Douglas (from Miami Beach: co-hostess Lynda Carter, Anne Murray, Vic Damone, the Bay City Rollers) 1:30 Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 4 PM Movie: "Girl Happy" (Elvis Presley) 5:30 Adam-12 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News (John Chancellor/David Brinkley) 7 PM To Tell The Truth (Hugh Downs, Peggy Cass, Bill Cullen, Kitty Carlisle) 7:30 Candid Camera (subjects believe they're tastetesting two colas, bowlers deal with rigged pins, a laundromat customer finds a person in a washing machine, a little girl appears to be interviewing Allen Funt) 8 PM Baa Baa Black Sheep 9 PM Police Woman 10 PM Police Story 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show (Charles Nelson Reilly, Phyllis Newman, ragtime pianist Eubie Blake) 1 AM Tomorrow (former Arkansas representative Wilbur Mills and his wife) WLWT Ch. 5 Cincinnati (NBC) 6:15 Moment Of Meditation 6:20 Good Morning 6:30 Bozo's Big Top 7 AM Today 9 AM Donahue (Should children ever be spanked?) 10 AM Sanford And Son 10:30 Hollywood Squares 11 AM Wheel Of Fortune 11:30 Midday 12 N Bob Braun 1:30 Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 4 PM Marcus Welby, M.D. 5 PM Doris Day 5:30 Adam-12 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News 7 PM To Tell The Truth (Orson Bean, Peggy Cass, Bill Cullen, Kitty Carlisle) 7:30 Hollywood Squares (Ed Asner, Harvey Korman, Tony Randall, Sandy Duncan, Elizabeth Montgomery, Jonathan Winters)

8 PM Baa Baa Black Sheep 9 PM Police Woman 10 PM Police Story 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show 1 AM Tomorrow WCPO Ch. 9 Cincinnati (CBS) 5:55 Farm News 6 AM Sunrise Semester: "Religions And Civilizations Of The Near East" 6:30 Black Memo 7 AM CBS News (Bruce Morton/Hughes Rudd) 8 AM Captain Kangaroo (from Six Flags Over Georgia) 9 AM Uncle Al 10 AM Price Is Right 11 AM Double Dare (Alex Trebek version) 11:30 Tattletales (Mike and Judy Farrell, Peter Isacksen and Suzanne Wishner, Michael Malone and Adrienne Barbeau, delay from 4 PM) 12 N Noon Report 1 PM Search For Tomorrow (delay from 12:30) 1:30 As The World Turns 2:30 Guiding Light 3 PM All In The Family 3:30 Match Game '77 (Richard Dawson, Dick Gautier, Jo Ann Pflug, Charles Nelson Reilly, Brett Somers, Fannie Flagg) 4 PM Movie: "The Guns Of Navarone" (Part 2 of 2) 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News (Walter Cronkite) 7 PM Truth Or Consequences 7:30 In Search Of... (theories that Martians were forced to leave their planet and migrated to Earth in ancient times) 8 PM Who's Who (profiles of Diane Von Furstenberg and neurosurgeon Irving Cooper; Dan Rather, Barbara Howar, and Charles Kuralt anchor) 9 PM M*A*S*H 9:30 One Day At A Time 10 PM Kojak 11 PM News 11:30 CBS Movie: "How The West Was Won" 2:30 Look Up And Live (the Jewish festival of Purim, delay from Sun 10:30 AM) 3 AM News WHAS Ch. 11 Louisville (CBS) 6 AM Sunrise Semester 6:30 Moral Side Of The News (repeat of program that aired Sun 9:30 AM) 7 AM CBS News 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Dick Van Dyke

9:30 Young And The Restless (delay from noon) 10 AM Price Is Right 11 AM Double Dare 11:30 Love Of Life 11:55 CBS News (Douglas Edwards) 12 N News 12:30 Omelet (local, with Milton Metz and Faith Lyles) 1 PM Search For Tomorrow 1:30 As The World Turns 2:30 Guiding Light 3 PM All In The Family 3:30 Match Game '77 4 PM Marcus Welby, M.D. 5 PM Brady Bunch 5:30 Beverly Hillbillies 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Liars Club (Peter Marshall, Charlie Brill, Mitzi McCall, Larry Hovis) 7:30 Pop Goes The Country (Jerry Lee Lewis, Billie Jo Spears) 8 PM Who's Who 9 PM M*A*S*H 9:30 One Day At A Time 10 PM Kojak 11 PM News 11:30 Best Of Groucho 12 M Wild Wild West 1 AM News WKRC Ch. 12 Cincinnati (ABC) 6 AM Overseas Mission 6:30 Consultation 7 AM Good Morning America (David Hartman) 9 AM Gong Show (NBC, delay from 4 PM) 9:30 Joker's Wild 10 AM Dialing For Dollars 10:30 Edge Of Night (delay from 4 PM) 11 AM Don Ho (delay from noon) 11:30 Happy Days 12 N Liars Club (Loretta Swit, Joey Bishop, Dick Gautier, Larry Hovis) 12:30 Ryan's Hope 1 PM All My Children 1:30 Family Feud 2 PM $20,000 Pyramid (Tony Randall, Debralee Scott) 2:30 One Life To Live 3:15 General Hospital 4 PM Dinah! 5:30 News 6 PM ABC News (Harry Reasoner/Barbara Walters) 6:30 Partridge Family 7 PM Mike Douglas (co-hostess Linda Lavin, football's Ken Stabler and Terry Bradshaw, Bradshaw's wife Jo Jo Starbuck) 8 PM Happy Days

8:30 Laverne & Shirley 9 PM Rich Man, Poor Man--Book II 10 PM Family 11 PM News 11:30 ABC Movie: "Crazy Joe" (Peter Boyle, from '74) WKPC Ch. 15 Louisville (PBS) 7:30 Sesame Street 8:30 Electric Company 9 AM In-school programs 3:30 Lilias, Yoga And You 4 PM Sesame Street 5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 5:30 Electric Company 6 PM Villa Alegre 6:30 Lilias, Yoga And You 7 PM Consumer Survival Kit 7:30 MacNeil/Lehrer Report 8 PM Chicago Symphony Orchestra (Sir Georg Solti conducts an all-Wagner concert.) 9 PM Three Artists In The Northwest (they all come from the Seattle area: painter Guy Anderson, sculptor George Tsutakawa, and the late poet Theodore Roethke) 9:30 Oasis In Space (Philippe Cousteau discusses efforts to keep food production in sync with population growth.) 10 PM Firing Line 11 PM Lowell Thomas Remembers (1970: Kent State, the trials of Charles Manson and Lt. William Calley) 11:30 Captioned ABC News WLEX Ch. 18 Lexington (NBC) 7 AM Today 9 AM Mike Douglas (co-host Richard Hatch ("Battlestar Galactica," not "Survivor"), Stevie Wonder, Julia Child) 10 AM Sanford And Son 10:30 Hollywood Squares 11 AM Wheel Of Fortune 11:30 Shoot For The Stars 12 N News 12:30 Bob Braun 1:30 Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 4 PM Gong Show 4:30 Tarzan 5:30 News 6:30 NBC News 7 PM Beverly Hillbillies 7:30 Country Music Memories 8 PM Baa Baa Black Sheep

9 PM Police Woman 10 PM Police Story 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show 1 AM Tomorrow WXIX Ch. 19 Cincinnati (Ind.) 6:15 Perspective 7 AM Romper Room 7:30 Howdy Doody (unsuccessful revival) 8 AM Bugs And Porky 8:30 Popeye 9 AM Flintstones 9:30 Dennis The Menace 10 AM Petticoat Junction 10:30 Green Acres 11 AM Gomer Pyle, USMC 11:30 Andy Griffith 12 N Bewitched 12:30 That Girl 1 PM Movie: "The Fan" (remake of "Lady Windemere's Fan" from '49) 3 PM Popeye 3:30 Flintstones 4 PM New Mickey Mouse Club (Jiminy Cricket discusses the importance of food in "You Are A Human Animal," the conclusion of "The Mystery Of Rustlers' Cave") 4:30 The Archies 5 PM Brady Bunch 5:30 Bewitched 6 PM Andy Griffith 6:30 Odd Couple 7 PM My Three Sons 7:30 Brady Bunch 8 PM Star Trek 9 PM Movie: "Move" (Elliott Gould, Paula Prentiss, from '70) 11 PM Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman 11:30 Best Of Groucho 12 M Ironside WKYT Ch. 27 Lexington (CBS) 7 AM CBS News 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM June Rollings (local talk show) 9:30 Search For Tomorrow 10 AM Price Is Right 11 AM Double Dare 11:30 Love Of Life 11:55 CBS News 12 N Young And The Restless 12:30 Dinah! (Monty Hall, Dick Haymes, the Pointer Sisters, Lonnie Shorr, rock group

Brick) 1:30 As The World Turns 2:30 Guiding Light 3 PM All In The Family 3:30 Liars Club (James Darren, Betty White, Dick Gautier, Larry Hovis) 4 PM Gunsmoke 5 PM Andy Griffith 5:30 News 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Adam-12 7:30 $100,000 Name That Tune 8 PM Who's Who 9 PM M*A*S*H 9:30 One Day At A Time 10 PM Kojak 11 PM News 11:30 CBS Movie: "How The West Was Won" WLKY Ch. 32 Louisville (ABC) 6:30 Lone Ranger 7 AM Good Morning America 9 AM Donahue (Chicago-area teens discuss a school peer-counseling program) 10 AM Hogan's Heroes 10:30 Family Affair 11 AM Edge Of Night 11:30 Happy Days 12 N Don Ho 12:30 Ryan's Hope 1 PM All My Children 1:30 Family Feud 2 PM $20,000 Pyramid 2:30 One Life To Live 3:15 General Hospital 4 PM Dinah! 5:30 News 6 PM ABC News 6:30 Room 222 7 PM Concentration (Louisville native Jack Narz hosts) 7:30 $128,000 Question 8 PM Happy Days 8:30 Laverne & Shirley 9 PM Rich Man, Poor Man--Book II 10 PM Family 11 PM News 11:30 Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman 12 M ABC Movie: "Crazy Joe" WDRB Ch. 41 Louisville (Ind.) 10:15 News 10:30 Good Day! (satirist Jules Feiffer on

American politics) 11 AM Not For Women Only (Gloria Steinem discusses psychological aspects of pornography) 11:30 News/Introspect 12 N 700 Club 1:30 Practical Christian Living 2 PM Arthur Smith 2:30 The Lucy Show 3 PM Tennessee Tuxedo 3:30 Bugs Bunny 4 PM Leave It To Beaver 4:30 Three Stooges 5 PM New Mickey Mouse Club (same as Ch. 19) 5:30 Bewitched 6 PM I Love Lucy 6:30 Gilligan's Island 7 PM My Three Sons 7:30 Odd Couple 8 PM Gunsmoke 9 PM Merv Griffin (Lee Grant, Dick Gautier, Adam Arkin, Billy Preston and his group, Diane Von Furstenberg) 10:30 Love, American Style 11 PM Honeymooners (the dance teacher) 11:30 CBS Movie: "How The West Was Won" (preempted on Ch. 11) 2:30 Movie: "Lust For Gold" WTVQ Ch. 62 (Ch. 36) Lexington (ABC) 6:25 Romper Room 6:55 700 Club 7:55 Farm Report 8 AM Good Morning America (joined in progress) 9 AM Bozo's Big Top (how monkeys are trained) 9:30 Edge Of Night 10 AM Marcus Welby, M.D. 11 AM The Lucy Show 11:30 Happy Days 12 N Don Ho 12:30 Ryan's Hope 1 PM All My Children 1:30 Family Feud 2 PM $20,000 Pyramid 2:30 One Life To Live 3:15 Happy's Hour 3:30 Three Stooges 4 PM Little Rascals 4:30 Gilligan's Island 5 PM I Dream Of Jeannie 5:30 News 6 PM ABC News 6:30 Brady Bunch 7 PM Bewitched 7:30 Muppet Show (guest: Twiggy)

8 PM Happy Days 8:30 Laverne & Shirley 9 PM Rich Man, Poor Man--Book II 10 PM Family 11 PM News 11:30 Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman 12 M ABC Movie: "Crazy Joe" E Kentucky Educational Television (WKZT/23 Elizabethtown, WKSO/29 Somerset, WKMR/38 Morehead, WKLE/46 Lexington, WKON/52 Owenton, WCVN/54 Covington, WKMJ/68 Louisville) (PBS) In-school programs until 4 PM Sesame Street 5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 5:30 Electric Company 6 PM Zoom 6:30 Studio See 7 PM GED Series 7:30 French Chef 8 PM Chicago Symphony Orchestra (same as Ch. 15) 9 PM Three Artists In The Northwest 9:30 Movie: "Ivan The Terrible, Part II" sign off 11 PM Retro: New York City Sat, Feb 28, 1970 from TV Guide-NY Metro edition WCBS 2-CBS New York 6:30 Sunrise Semester "African Social Anthropology" 7:00 Black Lettres (that's how that was spelled Cheesy) 7:30 Having a Ball "Team and Individual Movement" (pt 2) 8:00 Jetsons 8:30 Bugs Bunny/Road Runner 9:30 Dastardly & Muttley 10:00 Wacky Races 10:30 Scooby-Doo 11:00 Archie noon Monkees 12:30 Penelope Pitstop 1:00 Superman 1:30 Jonny Quest 2:00 Opportunity Line (guest Jack O'Neil of the Assoc. of Stock Exchange Firms, and Benjamin Hickman Wright of the National Assoc. of Market Developers) 2:30 Learning Experience "New Techniques in Intergroup Relations" 3:00 Young World "Where Does Youth Stand on Religion?" (as discussed by Italian, Iranian, and Israeli students) 3:30 Ounce of Prevention "Sports Safety" 4:00 CBS Golf Classic: in first-round action, Orville Moody/Miller Barber v Lee Trevino/Tommy Bolt 5:00 John B. Campbell Handicap horse race 5:30 National AAU Indoor Track & Field Championships (1-day tape delay, frm MSG) 6:30 News (Jim Jensen) 7:00 CBS News 7:30 Jackie Gleason (Honeymooners)

8:30 My Three Sons 9:00 Green Acres 9:30 Petticoat Junction 10:00 Mannix "The Search for Darrell Andrews" 11:00 News (Jim Jensen) 11:30 Movie "Six Bridges to Cross" (bw) 1:25 News 1:30 Movie "The Gene Krupa Story" (bw) 3:35 Movie "Untamed Frontier" 5:05 Movie "Undertow" (bw) WTIC 3-CBS Hartford 7:30 Sunrise Semester (airing the same course as ch 2 an hour earlier) 8:00 Jetsons 8:30 Bugs Bunny/Road Runner 9:30 Dastardly & Muttley 10:00 Huckleberry Hound/Yogi Bear 11:00 Archie noon Monkees 12:30 RFD #3 1:00 Superman 1:30 Jonny Quest 2:00 Movie "The World in His Arms" 4:00 CBS Golf Classic 5:00 Gidget 5:30 Brad Davis 6:00 Weather 6:05 Sports 6:15 News 6:30 CBS News 7:00 Here's Lucy 7:30 Jackie Gleason 8:30 My Three Sons 9:00 Green Acres 9:30 Petticoat Junction 10:00 Mannix "The Search for Darrell Andrews" 11:00 News (Norm Peters) 11:15 Weather 11:20 Sports (Doug Webster) 11:25 Movies "The Birds"/"Jeff Gordon, Special Agent" WNBC 4-NBC New York Programs in italics also carried by WATR 20-Waterbury, for whom TVG only carried network listings 5:30 Modern Farmer 6:30 Across the Fence 7:00 Colonel Bleep 7:30 Dodo 8:00 Heckle & Jeckle 9:00 Here Comes the Grump 9:30 Pink Panther 10:00 H.R. Pufnstuf 10:30 Banana Splits 11:30 Flintstones noon American Rainbow "The Boston Spy Party" (a 20th-century boy wakes up in 1776 Boston, and ends up in the American Revolution) 1:00 Agriculture USA

1:30 Community at Large "The Most Famous Form" (or is that infamous? Cheesy This IRS film shows how to do your tax return) 2:00 College Basketball: NYU-St. John's (Jim Simpson is courtside) 4:00 Research Project "Growth Hormon (guest Dr P. Jack Collipp from Meadowbrook Hospital in East Meadow) 4:30 Someone New (guests Lee Kirk, David & Dozetti, Dick Matthews, and Juilliard students Karen Lindquist & Melody Amsel) 5:00 Shell's Wonderful World of Golf: Dan Sikes and Roberto DiVicenzo square off in San Francisco for the championship, with $37K in prizes ($20K in this game alone) on the line 6:00 It's Academic (Art James welcomes teams from Canarsie, Springfield Gardens, and New Dorp) 6:30 NBC News 7:00 New York Illustrated "They Get Rich from the Poor" (author Ralph Salerno narrates this film about urban crime) 7:30 Andy Williams (guests the Smothers Brothers, Ray Stevens, and Gladys Knight & the Pips) 8:30 Adam-12 9:00 Movie "P.J." 11:00 News (Teague/Palmer) 11:10 Weather (Nicholson) 11:15 News (Teague/Palmer) 11:30 Tonight Show 1:00 Movie "Black Fury" (bw) WNEW 5-Ind New York 7:30 Faith to Faith 8:00 Cisco Kid (bw) 8:30 Marine Boy 9:00 Pixanne 10:00 Casper 10:30 Movie "Little Colonel" (bw) noon Movie "Fighting Trouble" (bw) 1:00 Wells Fargo (bw) 1:30 American West (Jack Smith travels to Gunnison CO to see cowboys on a cattle drive) 2:00 Lowell Thomas (looks at Thai, Lao and Cambodian religious customs) 2:30 Seaway (bw) 3:30 Route 66 (bw) 4:30 Secret Agent (bw) 5:30 Man from UNCLE 6:30 My Favorite Martian 7:00 I Love Lucy (bw) 7:30 Champions (bw) 8:30 Movie "Dracula's Daughter" (bw) 10:00 News (George Scharmon) 10:30 Helluva Town 11:00 The Saint (bw) mid. Outer Limits (bw) WABC 7-ABC New York 7:00 Project Know "Sanitary Sewage" 7:30 Davey & Goliath 8:00 Adventures of Gulliver 8:30 Smokey Bear 9:00 Cattanooga Cats 10:00 Hot Wheels 10:30 Hardy Boys 11:00 Sky Hawks

11:30 George of the Jungle noon Get It Together (guests the Grass Roots, Linda Ronstadt, and the Blues Image) 12:30 American Bandstand (Dick goes back to where it started at Philly's ch 6 for the show's 17th anniversary as former Bandstanders join Dick to look back, and Bobby Rydell Performs) 1:30 Islands in the Sun 2:00 Like It Is (the Oscar Peterson Trio performs at the Plaza 9 club in the Plaze Hotel) 3:00 Outdoors (Gadabout Gaddis) 3:30 Pro Bowlers Tour: Buckeye Open 5:00 ABC Wide World of Sports: Daytona 500 stock car race/World Four-Man Bobsled Championship 6:30 News (William Aylward) 7:00 Anniversary Game 7:30 Let's Make a Deal 8:00 Newlywed Game 8:30 Lawrence Welk (celebs' signature tunes) 9:30 Durante/Lennons (guests Wayne Newton, Tony Randall, and Senor Wences) 10:30 One Man Show (guest Henny Youngman) 11:00 ABC News 11:15 News (Gil Noble) 11:30 Movie "Blindfold" 1:30 Movie "Bedelia" (bw) WNHC 8-ABC New Haven 6:45 Sacred Heart (bw) 7:00 Cartoons 8:00 Adventures of Gulliver 8:30 Smokey Bear 9:00 Cattanooga Cats 10:00 Hot Wheels 10:30 Hardy Boys 11:00 Sky Hawks 11:30 George of the Jungle noon Get It Together 12:30 American Bandstand 1:30 TBA 2:00 College Basketball: Boston College-Holy Cross (commentator Bill O'Donnell) 4:00 Wackiest Ship in the Army 5:00 ABC Wide World of Sports 6:30 News (Paul Knapp) 7:00 College Talent (Glenn Ford, John Forsythe, and David Janssen judge the finals with students from NYU, Tulsa, Howard Payne, and DePaul squaring off) 7:30 Let's Make a Deal 8:00 College Basketball: Rhode Island-UConn (Dick Galiette is courtside) 9:30 Durante/Lennons 10:30 Movie "The Bedford Incident" (bw) 1:00 Movie "Man-Made Monster" (bw) WOR 9-Ind New York 8:00 Insight 8:30 Government Story "A Question of Re-Election" (look at election finances) 9:00 Connecticut Report 9:30 New Jersey Report 10:00 Headline (ex-ABC honcho Robert Pauley strikes back at VP Spiro Agnew's attack on TV news) 10:30 Boating Americans 11:00 Movie "Ulysses Against the Son of hercules"

12:30 Movie "Keep 'em Slugging" (bw) 2:00 Movie "Pimpernel Smith" (bw) 4:00 Movie "The King's Pirate" 6:00 Gilligan's Island 6:30 Flipper 7:00 Dick Van Dyke (bw) 7:30 Avengers (bw) 8:30 Candid Camera (bw) 9:00 NHL: Rangers-Detroit (1 hr tape delay, commentator Bob Wolff) 11:30 Movie "The Narrow Margin" (bw) 1:00 Tempo 9 (Barry Gray) 2:30 News/Weather WPIX 11-Ind New York 7:30 Christophers 7:45 Davey & Goliath 8:00 Evangel Hour (bw) 8:30 This is the Life 9:00 Aprenda Ingles 9:30 Puerto Rican New Yorker "The Bronx Model Cities Project" 10:00 Suburban Close-Up 10:30 Green Thumb (Bowman) 11:00 Focus New Jersey 11:30 Insight noon Upbeat (guests Lord Sutch, the First Edition, Freddy Cannon, and Steam) 1:00 True Adventure (a 10,000 mile 19-day car race across Australia) 1:30 College Basketball: West Virginia-VPI (commentators Bob Murphy, Charlie Harville, and Ron Hundley) 3:30 Westerners (bw) 4:00 Doral Open golf 5:00 Star Trek 6:00 Judd for the Defense 7:00 Perry Mason (bw) 8:00 College Basketball: St. Peter's-Manhattan (at Spellman High, commentators Frank Messer and Tom Hoover) 10:00 News (Marc Howard) 10:30 Equal Time 11:00 Movie "Invaders from Mars" (bw) 12:30 It is Written "Missing Heirs" 1:00 Big Picture WNDT 13-NET New York 8:00 Sesame Street 9:00 Instructional Programs 1:00 Misterogers' Neighborhood 1:30 What's New 2:00 Instructional Programs WNYE 25-Edu New York No scheduled programming WNYC 31-Ind New York 3pm Shakespeare "Richard III" (pt 3) (bw) 3:30 Consultation (bw) 4:00 It's Fun to Read (bw) 4:30 Films from France (bw)

5:00 Communications & Society (bw) 5:30 Lee Graham (Dr Robert Wallace tells how to retard the aging process) 6:00 Focus on Books 6:30 News (Saul Katz) 6:45 Italian Panorama (bw) 7:00 Community Action 7:30 On the Job (with the NYFD) 8:00 English for Americans "Formation of Words" (bw) 8:30 Casper Citron 9:00 University Roundtable (bw; St. John's director of science education shows off a new method of teaching science to grammar school students) 9:30 Travel Films (bw) 10:30 Manhattan (bw) WXTV 41-Ind Paterson noon Leyendas Coloniales 1:00 Spanish Movie (bw) 2:30 Mosaico Mexicano (bw) 3:30 Soccer (bw) 5:00 Mexican Boxing (bw) 6:00 Sicodeligogo 7:00 Exitos del Uno (bw) 9:00 Hit Parade 10:00 Gran Teatro Uno (bw) 11:00 Noticias (Jose Picard) WNJU 47-Ind Newark 5:55pm Aleen's How to (bw) 6:00 Greek Hour (Maria Tselos) 7:00 La Tribuna Hispana 8:00 Soltero y Sin Compromiso (bw) 8:30 Greatest Fights: Ceferino Garcia-Henry Armstrong/Barney Ross-Jimmy McLarnin (bw) 9:30 Movie "Lecho de Rosas" (bw/dubbed in Spanish) 11:00 Wrestling (bw) mid. Noticias (Jose Lanza) (bw) The "Honeymooners" installment of this night's Gleason show was the very last original show of the series: an episode entitled "Operation Protest," with Tom Ligon as Alice's protesting nephew Clifford. From then until the last network airing of The Jackie Gleason Show on Sept. 12, 1970, it was all reruns, all the time - and all Honeymooners. As for the others on WCBS-TV's prime time lineup: The My Three Sons episode was "The Honeymoon Is Over"; Green Acres' installment was titled "The Case of the Hooterville Refund Fraud"; and the Petticoat Junction episode aired on this date was "Whiplash, Whiplash." At WNBC-TV, the Adam-12 episode was "Log 124 - Airport." There is a link below to a New Jersey newspaper which will give you all you need on the New York City movie umbrellas as of this date (scroll down to p. 46 and go from there - alas, this was from the prior week, but you'll get an idea as to what was used by whom and when) : http://209.212.22.88/data/rbr/1970-1979/1970/1970.02.20.pdf (PDF file; may take a long while to load) But in a nutshell: WCBS-TV: 11:30p - The Late Show; 1:30a - The Late Show II; 3:35a - The Late Late Show I; 5:05a - The Late Late Show II WNBC-TV: 1:15a - The Great Great Show WNEW-TV: 10:30a - Shirley Temple Theatre; noon - Eastside Comedy; 8:30p - Creature Features WABC-TV: 11:30p - The Best of Broadway I; 1:30a - The Best of Broadway II

WOR-TV: 11:00a - Mad, Mad Movie; 12:30p - East Side Kids; 2:00p - Movie 9; 4:00p - Million Dollar Movie; 11:30p - The Late Movie WPIX: 11:00p - Chiller Theatre Retro: Seattle Mon, Feb 27, 1967 from TV Guide-Seattle/Tacoma edition Not listed: Educational channels KPEC 56-Clover Park and KTPS 62-Tacoma KOMO 4-ABC 6:35 Farm Report (c/Clark) 6:50 Thought for the Day 7:00 Understanding Our World 7:30 Evolution (c) 8:00 Buddy Webber (c/Dr. Robert Levenson shows films of equipment helping patients with heart trouble) 9:00 Movie "Shake Hands with the Devil" 11:00 Supermarket Sweep 11:30 Dating Game noon Everybody's Talking 12:30 Donna Reed 1:00 Ben Casey 2:00 Newlywed Game 2:30 Dream Girl 2:55 ABC News 3:00 General Hospital 3:30 Nurses 4:00 Dark Shadows 4:30 Where the Action is (guests Smokey Robinson & the Miracles, and the Hard Times) 5:00 Leave It to Beaver 5:30 My Favorite Martian (return) 6:00 ABC News (c) 6:30 News (c/John Komen) 7:00 Exploration Northwest "Land of the Overlanders" (c/travelling the highway along BC's North Thompson River) 7:30 Iron Horse (c) 8:30 Rat Patrol (c) 9:00 Felony Squad (c) 9:30 Peyton Place (c) 10:00 Ivan Ivanovich (c/following the life of Rostov, Russia citizen Vladimir Maltsev and his family...the name of the program is the Russian for John Q. Public) 11:00 News (c/Bill Brubaker) 11:30 Stein Eriksen (c/skiing) 11:35 Movie "Cry Tough" KING 5-NBC 6:20 Farm Summary 6:30 Sew with Us 7:00 Today (c/guests Judith Crist and Joel Grey) 8:00 Telescope (c/guests Jim Taylor and Shirley Wright) 9:00 Reach for the Stars (c) 9:25 NBC News (c) 9:30 Concentration (c) 10:00 Pat Boone (c/guests Inger Stevens) 10:30 Hollywood Squares (c)

11:00 Jeopardy (c) 11:30 Eye Guess (c) 11:55 KING's Queen (c) noon News (c/Al Wallace) 12:25 NBC News (c) 12:30 Wunda Wunda "Sam, Bangs and Moonshine" (c/Ruth Prins) 1:00 Doctors (c) 1:30 Another World (c) 2:00 You Don't Say! (c) 2:30 Match Game (c) 2:55 NBC News (c) 3:00 Let's Make a Deal (c) 3:25 News (c/Al Wallace) 3:30 Truth or Consequences (c) 4:00 Stan Boreson (c) 4:30 Mike Douglas 6:00 NBC News (c) 6:30 News (c/Charles Herring) 7:00 Something Different (c): in pt 1, it's Heck Harper Jamboree with Heck performing alongside John Fuhrmann, Ernie Cutshall, Lee Knight, Steve Melnichuck, Joan Tracey & Al Boivert, and the Punchliners; then, in the 3rd of a 5-parter, the Wally Byam Caravaneers continue their visit to India, with stops at the Ganges, Taj Mahal, and Bhod Gaya 8:00 I Dream of Jeannie (c/guest star Sammy Davis Jr.) 8:30 Captain Nice (c) 9:00 Road West "Fair Ladies of France" (c) 10:00 Run for Your Life (c) 11:00 News (c/Gene Wike) 11:30 Tonight Show (c/Johnny and Ed start a 2-week visit to Hollywood with guest Bob Hope) 1:00 Movie "Thief of Damascus" KIRO 7-CBS relayed on 2 Shelton, 72 Everett, 78 Edmonds, 78 Vashon Island/Des Moines, 79 Renton/Mercer Island, 79 Olympia, 79 Puyallup, 80 Bremerton, and 80 Bellevue/Mercer Island 7:05 Farm News 7:15 This is the Story 7:30 J.P. Patches (c) 8:30 Captain Kangaroo 9:00 CBS News (c) 9:25 Editorial (c/Cooney) 9:30 Beverly Hillbillies 10:00 Andy Griffith 10:30 Dick Van Dyke 11:00 Love of Life 11:25 CBS News (c) 11:30 Search for Tomorrow 11:45 Guiding Light noon Eye on Seattle (c/Bruce K. Chapman discusses his alternative to the draft) 12:30 As the World Turns (c) 1:00 Password (c) 1:30 House Party (c/guest Dorothy Manners) 2:00 To Tell the Truth (c/Robert Q. Lewis starts a week as guest host) 2:25 News (c) 2:30 Edge of Night 3:00 Secret Storm 3:30 Candid Camera (Paul Winchell confuses a woman by impersonating her husband's voice on the phone)

4:00 J.P. Patches (c) 5:00 Mr. Magoo (c) 5:25 News/Weather (c) 5:30 CBS News (c) 6:00 Movie "City Beneath the Sea" (c) 7:25 News/Editorial (c) 7:30 Gilligan's Island (c/the Dodgers' Jim Lefebvre and Al Ferrera play headhunters in an episode where Gilligan's convinced he's the demonic descendant of headhunters) 8:00 Mr. Terrific (c) 8:30 Lucille Ball (c/guest star Tennessee Ernie Ford) 9:00 Andy Griffith (c) 9:30 Movie "The Naked and the Dead" 11:00 News/Weather (c) 11:10 Editorial (c/Cooney) 11:15 Perry Mason "The Renegade Refugee" KCTS 9-Edu 8:00 Advanced Calculus 9:00 Classroom: English 9:15 Classroom: Spanish 9:30 Classroom: Science 9:45 Classroom: Spanish 10:00 Classroom: Great Decisions-1967 10:30 Classroom: Science 10:45 Classroom: Music 11:00 Classroom: English 11:20 Classroom: Science 11:35 Classroom: Northwest History 11:55 recess noon Great Decisions-1967 12:30 Digging Up the Greeks 1:00 Classroom: Science 1:15 Classroom: Spanish 1:45 Classroom: Music 2:00 Classroom: Art 2:30 Classroom: English 3:05 Driver Education 3:35 Geology 4:05 recess 4:30 Se Lee Espanol 4:45 Se Hable Espanol 5:00 Sing Hi, Sing Lo 5:15 Here's Polly 5:30 What's New 6:00 Research and Development "Photographing the Moon" 7:00 Creative Person (profile of Federico Fellini) 7:30 Theories of Evolution (Seattle U biology prof Dr. Paul Cook discusses populations and genetic diversity) 8:00 Oceanography "Moulding and Nature of the Shore" 8:30 NET Journal "Ninety Days" (a docudrama on the experiences of journalist Ruth First, who was arrested in South Africa) 9:30 Telecourse: Southwest Asia KTNT 11-Ind relayed on 2 Seattle 10:40 Farm News

10:50 News/Weather 11:00 Romper Room (c) 11:55 NBC News (c) noon Virginia Graham (guests Cornelia Otis Skinner, and McCall's sr. editor Lenore Hershey) 12:30 Gypsy Rose Lee (guest Liberace) 1:00 Desilu Playhouse 2:00 Movie "The Crimson Kimono" 3:30 Days of Our Lives (c) 4:00 Eighth Man 4:30 Gigantor "Trap at 20 Fathoms" 5:00 Munsters 5:30 Patty Duke "How to Succeed in Romance" 6:00 Flintstones (c) 6:30 You Asked for It 7:00 Rifleman 7:30 12 O'Clock High "V for Vendetta" 8:30 Alfred Hitchcock 9:30 News/Weather (c) 10:00 Merv Griffin 11:30 Have Gun-Will Travel mid. News/Sports/Weather KTVW 13-Ind noon Travel Film 12:30 Movie "Road Demon" 2:00 Day by Day with Helene 3:00 Movie "The Lady Escapes" 4:30 Kartoonsville 5:00 Movie "Over My Dead Body" 6:30 China Smith 7:00 Movie "The Crime of Dr. Forbes" 8:30 Four for the Money 9:00 Northwest Drag Racing 10:00 News/Weather 10:20 Movie "Mr. Moto Takes a Vacation" 11:30 Movie "Tall, Dark and Handsome" 1:00 Movie "Within These Walls" Retro: Kentucky Saturday, February 26, 1977 From TV Guide, Kentucky Edition: WAVE Ch. 3 Louisville (NBC) 7 AM U.S. Farm Report 7:30 Kentucky Afield 8 AM Woody Woodpecker 8:30 Pink Panther 10 AM Speed Buggy 10:30 Monster Squad 11 AM Space Ghost/Frankenstein Jr. 11:30 Big John, Little John 12 N Land Of The Lost 12:30 Muggsy 1 PM Nashville On The Road (host Jim Ed Brown welcomes sisters Maxine and Bonnie)

1:30 Metro 7 Basketball: DePaul at St. Louis 3:30 Sports Scoreboard (time approximate) 4 PM SEC Basketball: Alabama at Kentucky (time approximate) 6 PM News (time approximate) 6:30 NBC News (John Hart) 7 PM To Tell The Truth (Allen Ludden, Peggy Cass, Bill Cullen, Kitty Carlisle) 7:30 Emphasis 8 PM Emergency! 9 PM NBC Movie: "The Land That Time Forgot" 11 PM News 11:30 Saturday Night (Live) (Steve Martin hosts; musical guests: the Kinks) 1 AM Don Kirshner's Rock Concert WLWT Ch. 5 Cincinnati (NBC) 6:30 Better Way 7 AM U.S. Farm Report 7:30 Hot Fudge 8 AM Woody Woodpecker 8:30 Pink Panther 10 AM Speed Buggy 10:30 Monster Squad 11 AM Space Ghost/Frankenstein Jr. 11:30 Big John, Little John 12 N Land Of The Lost 12:30 Muggsy 1 PM Ara's Sports World (Ara Parseghian's guest is Franco Harris, who gives advice on football) 1:30 Family Affair 2 PM Beverly Hillbillies 2:30 Tennis: American Airlines Tennis Classic (semifinals) 4 PM SEC Basketball: Alabama at Kentucky (time approximate) 6 PM News (time approximate) 6:30 NBC News 7 PM Lawrence Welk (Southern favorites) 8 PM Emergency! 9 PM NBC Movie: "The Land That Time Forgot" 11 PM News 11:30 Saturday Night (Live) 1 AM Movie: "Prescription: Murder" ("Columbo" pilot) 2:45 Movie: "Blindfold" WCPO Ch. 9 Cincinnati (CBS) 6 AM Sunrise Semester: "Religions And Civilizations Of The Near East" 6:30 Call The Doctor: "Teen-Age Problems" 7:30 Sylvester And Tweety (delay from 8 AM) 8 AM Most Important Person 8:30 Clue Club 9 AM Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Hour 10 AM Tarzan (animated) 10:30 Batman (animated)

11 AM Shazam!/Isis Hour 12 N Fat Albert And The Cosby Kids 12:30 Ark II 1 PM Way Out Games (quarterfinals: Illinois, Michigan, Montana; Sonny Fox hosts) 1:30 CBS Children's Film Festival: "Me And You, Kangaroo" (from where else but Australia?) 2 PM Kidsworld 2:30 Outdoors With Julius Boros 3 PM Movie: "Look Homeward" (edited from a three-part "Lassie" TV story) 4 PM Golf: Jackie Gleason Inverrary Classic (third round) 5 PM CBS Sports Spectacular: AAU National Indoor Track And Field Championships (from Madison Square Garden) 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News (Bob Schieffer) 7 PM Andy Williams (his short-lived syndicated show; guest is Jose Feliciano) 7:30 Let's Make A Deal 8 PM Mary Tyler Moore (Lou, Ted, and Murray fantasize about being Mary's husband) 8:30 Bob Newhart 9 PM All In The Family 9:30 Alice 10 PM Carol Burnett (guest: Ben Vereen) 11 PM News 11:30 Movie: "The Wild Bunch" 2 AM Here And Now 2:30 News WHAS Ch. 11 Louisville (CBS) 7 AM Sunrise Semester 7:30 That Girl 8 AM Sylvester And Tweety 8:30 Clue Club 9 AM Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Hour 10 AM Tarzan 10:30 Batman 11 AM Shazam!/Isis Hour 12 N Fat Albert And The Cosby Kids 12:30 Bugs Bunny And Friends 1 PM Way Out Games 1:30 CBS Children's Film Festival 2 PM Movie: "War Of The Planets" 4 PM Golf: Jackie Gleason Inverrary Classic (third round) 5 PM CBS Sports Spectacular 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Hee Haw (guests: Ernest Tubb and Jody Miller) 8 PM Mary Tyler Moore 8:30 Bob Newhart 9 PM All In The Family 9:30 Alice 10 PM Carol Burnett 11 PM News

11:30 Movie: "Hang 'Em High" WKRC Ch. 12 Cincinnati (ABC) 6:30 Max B. Nimble 7 AM Animals, Animals, Animals (uses for snakes, including medicinal uses for venom, delay from Sun 11:30 AM) 7:30 Glenn's Den (kids' show) 8 AM Tom & Jerry/Mumbly 8:30 Jabberjaw 9 AM Scooby Doo/Dynomutt Show 10:30 Krofft Supershow 11:30 Superfriends 12 N The Saint 1 PM Feedback 1:30 Metro 7 Basketball: DePaul at St. Louis 3:30 Pro Bowlers Tour: Miller High Life Open from Milwaukee (time approximate) 5 PM Wide World Of Sports: World Ski Flying Championship, World Wristwrestling Championships, World Professional Target Diving Championship 6:30 Hee Haw 7:30 TV Town Topics 8 PM Blansky's Beauties (Nancy Walker is one of the few people to have had two series in one season; this one was born when "The Nancy Walker Show" tanked.) 8:30 Fish (Abe Vigoda's character, spun off from "Barney Miller") 9 PM Starsky & Hutch 10 PM Most Wanted 11 PM News 11:30 Dolly (guest: Mel Tillis) 12 M Pop! Goes The Country (salute to Loretta Lynn, with sisters Crystal Gayle and Peggy Sue, brother Jay Lee Webb, son Ernest Ray) 12:30 Porter Wagoner 1 AM Nashville On The Road 1:30 Movie: "The Ambushers" (Dean Martin as Matt Helm) 3:30 Movie: "Casanova's Big Night" (Bob Hope) WKPC Ch. 15 Louisville (PBS) 12 N Zoom 12:30 Electric Company 1 PM Sesame Street 2 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 2:30 Electric Company 3 PM Sesame Street 4 PM Garden Show 4:30 Cinema Showcase 5 PM Book Beat (Saul Bellow discusses his book about his 1975 trip to Israel, "To Jerusalem And Back") 5:30 Guppies To Groupers 6 PM Studio See 6:30 Zoom 7 PM Rebop 7:30 Once Upon A Classic: "David Copperfield" (Part 8)

8 PM Lowell Thomas Remembers (1970: the Kent State shootings, the trials of Charles Manson and Lt. William Calley) 8:30 The Way It Was (Willie Pep and Sandy Saddler discuss their 1950 world featherweight championship bout, considered one of the dirtiest in boxing history.) 9 PM This Far By Faith (the evolution of the black church in America) 10 PM Movie: "Ivan The Terrible, Part II" (Sergei Eisenstein's second and last of the aborted trilogy, from '46) sign off 11:30 PM WLEX Ch. 18 Lexington (NBC) 6:30 Ag-USA 7 AM U.S. Farm Report (no, this is not an NBC program, although there was one at this time in 1960: "Today On The Farm" with Eddy Arnold; Chs. 3, 5, and 18 happened to carry this show at the same time) 7:30 Dusty's Treehouse 8 AM Woody Woodpecker 8:30 Pink Panther 10 AM Speed Buggy 10:30 Monster Squad 11 AM Space Ghost/Frankenstein Jr. 11:30 Big John, Little John 12 N Land Of The Lost 12:30 Muggsy 1 PM Center Circle: Basketball 1:30 Metro 7 Basketball: DePaul at St. Louis 3:30 Tennis: American Airlines Tennis Classic semifinals (time approximate, joined in progress) 4 PM SEC Basketball: Alabama at Kentucky (time approximate) 6 PM Porter Wagoner (time approximate) 6:30 NBC News 7 PM Lawrence Welk 8 PM Emergency! 9 PM NBC Movie: "The Land That Time Forgot" 11 PM News 11:30 Saturday Night (Live) 1 AM Movie: "The Stripper" WXIX Ch. 19 Cincinnati (Ind.) 6:15 Perspective 7 AM Porky Pig 7:30 Bugs Bunny 8 AM Popeye 8:30 Jetsons 9 AM Monkees 9:30 Batman (Burgess Meredith as the Penguin) (x2) 10:30 Lost In Space 11:30 Movie: "News Hounds" (the Bowery Boys) 1 PM Movie: "The Outlaw's Daughter" (watch for Jim Davis, a/k/a Jock Ewing, in this '54 Western) 2:30 Movie: "The Jade Mask" (Charlie Chan) 4 PM Movie: "Lady In Cement" (Frank Sinatra, Raquel Welch) 6 PM Star Trek 7 PM Space: 1999

8 PM Batman (more Burgess Meredith as the Penguin) (x2) 9 PM Music Hall America (host Freddy Fender, Don Gibson, Flash Cadillac, Dottie West, George Jones, Martin Mull, series regular Sandi Burnett) 10 PM The Onedin Line 11 PM King Of Kensington 11:30 Movie: "The Incredible Two-Headed Transplant" (watch for Pat Priest, the second Marilyn Munster, from '71) WKYT Ch. 27 Lexington (CBS) 7 AM Movie: "Bandits Of Dark Canyon" (Allan "Rocky" Lane, the voice of Mister Ed, stars in this one from '47) 8 AM Sylvester And Tweety 8:30 Clue Club 9 AM Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Hour 10 AM Tarzan 10:30 Batman 11 AM Shazam!/Isis Hour 12 N Fat Albert And The Cosby Kids 12:30 Ark II 1 PM Way Out Games 1:30 CBS Children's Film Festival 2 PM Kidsworld 2:30 Tobacco Talk 3 PM Music Hall America (host Jack Jones, B.J. Thomas, Barbara Mandrell, comic Hank Garcia) 4 PM Golf: Jackie Gleason Inverrary Classic (third round) 5 PM CBS Sports Spectacular 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Hee Haw 8 PM Mary Tyler Moore 8:30 Bob Newhart 9 PM All In The Family 9:30 Alice 10 PM Carol Burnett 11 PM News 11:30 Movie: "Captain Blood" (this one from '35 made Errol Flynn a superstar) WLKY Ch. 32 (not yet 32 Alive) Louisville (ABC) 7 AM Dusty's Treehouse 7:30 Animals, Animals, Animals (same as Ch. 12) 8 AM Tom & Jerry/Mumbly 8:30 Jabberjaw 9 AM Scooby Doo/Dynomutt Show 10:30 Krofft Supershow 11:30 Superfriends 12 N Oddball Couple 12:30 American Bandstand (guests: Brass Construction and Jennifer ("Right Time Of The Night") Warnes) 1:30 Tarzan (Ron Ely) 2:30 Fishin' Hole 3 PM Outdoors With Julius Boros

3:30 Pro Bowlers Tour 5 PM Wide World Of Sports 6:30 Lawrence Welk 7:30 Let's Make A Deal 8 PM Blansky's Beauties 8:30 Fish 9 PM Starsky & Hutch 10 PM Most Wanted 11 PM News 11:30 Movie: "Charley Varrick" 1:30 ABC News (anchor not given) WDRB Ch. 41 Louisville (Ind.) 8:30 New Shapes: Education 9 AM David Niven's World (travelogue) 9:30 World Of Survival (John Forsythe) 10 AM The Racers (NASCAR Western Division stock-car races) 10:30 Tennis: WCT Challenge Cup (Ken Rosewall vs. Vitas Gerulaitis) 12 N Champions (I think this is the sports program and not the '60s British adventure series) 12:30 Outdoors With Ken Callaway 1 PM Garner Ted Armstrong 1:30 Sportsman's Friend 2 PM Big Ten Basketball: Northwestern at Indiana 4 PM Ara's Sports World (Arthur Ashe offers tennis tips, time approximate) 4:30 Wrestling 5:30 Space: 1999 6:30 Movie: "Three Violent People" 8:30 Big Ten Basketball: Purdue at Iowa 10:30 Bill Dance Outdoors (time approximate) 11 PM 700 Club 12:30 Warren Roberts (gospel music) 1 AM Movie: "G-Men" (Jimmy Cagney) WTVQ Ch. 62 (Ch. 36) Lexington (ABC) 7 AM Hot Fudge 7:30 Kukla, Fran And Ollie 8 AM Tom & Jerry/Mumbly 8:30 Jabberjaw 9 AM Scooby Doo/Dynomutt Show 10:30 Krofft Supershow 11:30 Superfriends 12 N Oddball Couple 12:30 American Bandstand 1:30 Woman's World 2 PM Movie: "Tarzan The Magnificent" 3:30 Formby's Antique Furniture Workshop (Homer Formby) 4 PM Friends Of Man 4:30 Bill Dance Outdoors 5 PM Wide World Of Sports

6:30 Ara's Sports World (Pete Maravich offers basketball tips) 7 PM Nancy Drew (delay from Sun 7 PM) 8 PM Blansky's Beauties 8:30 Fish 9 PM Starsky & Hutch 10 PM Most Wanted 11 PM News 11:15 ABC News 11:30 Movie: "$" E Kentucky Educational Television (WKZT/23 Elizabethtown, WKSO/29 Somerset, WKMR/38 Morehead, WKLE/46 Lexington, WKON/52 Owenton, WCVN/54 Covington, WKMJ/68 Louisville) (PBS) 8 AM Villa Alegre 8:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 9 AM Sesame Street 10 AM Once Upon A Classic ("David Copperfield," Part 7) 10:30 TBA 11 AM It's Everybody's Business 11:30 Career Education 12 N It's Everybody's Business 12:30 Chust For Fancy 1 PM New Shapes: Education 1:30 Movie: Eisenstein's "Ivan The Terrible, Part 1" 3 PM Sesame Street 4 PM Black Perspective On The News 4:30 Comment On Kentucky 5 PM Nova (before Three Mile Island there was Brown's Ferry, and this report looks at the controversy over nuclear reactors) 6 PM The Way It Was (Kareem Jabbar and Elvin Hayes discuss the 1968 UCLA-Houston NCAA basketball championship game.) 6:30 Infinity Factory 7 PM Studio See 7:30 Once Upon A Classic ("David Copperfield," Part 8) 8 PM Lowell Thomas Remembers 8:30 Oasis In Space (first of six programs hosted by Philippe Cousteau on preserving the environment) 9 PM Distinguished Kentuckians (Harry Caudill, author of "Night Comes To The Cumberlands") 10 PM Soundstage (violinists Jean-Luc Ponty, Itzhak Perlman, Doug Kershaw (fiddler would be the more apt word here) 11 PM Monty Python's Flying Circus Retro: New Brunswick Sunday, March 1, 1981 Sunday, March 1, 1981 Source: LEvangeline via Google News Archive Notes: U.S. stations are listed in Atlantic Time. CKCW Channel 2 Moncton (ATV/CTV) 7:30: University of the Air

8:30: Revival Hour 9:30: Rex Humbard 10:00: Oral Roberts 10:30: Wild Animals 11:00: Horst Koehler 11:30: Schulman File 12:30: Mass for Shut-Ins 1:00: It Is Written 1:30: Faith and Music 2:00: What Will They Think of Next? 2:30: Festival Plus 3:00: In View 3:30: Movie: Brother of the Wind 5:30: Untamed World 6:00: ATV News 6:30: Question Period 7:00: The Waltons 8:00: ChiPs 9:00: ChiPs 10:00: Vega$ 11:00: W-5 12:00: CTV News 12:15: Smith and Smith 1:00: Movie: Harry O CHSJ (CBAT) Channel 4 Saint John (Fredericton) (CBC) 7:30: Jimmy Swaggart 8:30: Gospel 9:30: Rex Humbard 10:00: Crossroads 10:30: Day of Discovery 11:00: Meeting Place 12:00: World Tomorrow 12:30: Country Canada 1:00: New Life 1:30: Hymn Sing 2:00: Opera 5:00: Harris/Lorimer 5:30: Stardate 6:00: World of Disney 7:00: The Beachcombers 7:30: PC Convention (pre-empts normal programming in this slot) 8:00: Super Special 9:00: For the Record 10:00: Current Affairs 11:00: The National 11:30: Newscope 12:00: 100 Huntley Street (yes, on a Sunday) CHAU Channel 5 Carleton/CBGAT Channel 9 Matane/CBAFT Channel 11 Moncton (RadioCanada) Note: Not all three stations show all of the same programming. 9:00: Du neuf au zoo (Channel 5 only) 9:30: Passe-Partout 10:00: Castor 10:30: Grisu

10:45: En terre-sainte 11:00: Le jour du Seigneur 12:00: Gens et ressources (Channel 5 only) 12:00: Le monde tribal (Channels 9 and 11 only) 12:30: Tele-Acadie (Channel 5 only) 12:45: UPA (Channel 5 only) 1:00: Semaine Verte 2:00: 2,000 ans aprs J.C. (Channel 5 only) 2:00: Ecrivains (Channels 9 and 11 only) 2:30: Propos et confidences 3:00: Semaine nationale (Channel 5 only) 3:00: Dhier a demain (Channels 9 and 11 only) 4:00: Justice pour tous (Channel 5 only) 4:00: Univers de sports (Channels 9 and 11 only) 4:30: A communiquer (Channel 5 only) 5:00: Pistroli (Channel 5 only) 5:30: Genies en Herbe (Channel 5 only) (French version of Reach for the Top) 6:00: Second regard 7:00: Mini-serie (Channel 5 only) 7:00: Hebdo Dimanche (Channels 9 and 11 only) 8:00: Chez Denise 8:30: Les Beaux Dimanches 11:30: Nouvelles 12:15: Cine-Club: Hester Street Radio-Quebec Channel 6 Bathurst (Educational) 7:00 PM: Ambroise raconte 8:00: Cinema (no details given) 9:30: Histoire des civilisations WLBZ Channel 2 Bangor, Maine (NBC) 8:00: World Tomorrow 8:30: This is the Life 9:00: The Little Rascals 9:30: Adam-12 10:00: Family Theatre: Elvis and the Beauty Queen 12:00: Candlepin Challenge (Candlepin bowling is still popular in parts of New England) 1:00: Page Two 1:30: Meet the press 2:00: Grizzly Adams 3:00: Emergency 4:00: Cinema 6:00: Sportsworld 7:00: News 7:30: NBC Nightly News 8:00: Real Kids 9:00: ChiPs 10:00: NBC Sunday Movie 12:00: News 12:15: Tangents WVII Channel 7 Bangor, Maine (ABC) 7:00: To Adventure 7:30: Its Your Business 8:00: Crystal Palace 9:00: Souls Harbor

10:00: James Robison 10:30: Ernest Angley 11:30: 100 Huntley Street (yes, it was shown on at least one U.S. station) 12:30: Celebration 1:00: Issues and Answers 1:30: Monte Carlo 2:30: Vigil Ward 3:00: Superstars 4:30: Boxing 5:30: Wide World of Sports 7:00: News 7:30: ABC World News Tonight 8:00: Those Amazing Animals 9:00: ABC Sunday Night Movie: Miracle on Ice (starring Karl Malden as Herb Brooks) (World Premiere): True story about the 1980 U.S. Mens Olympic Hockey Team that beat the vaunted Soviet squad in Lake Placid on February 22, 1980; they would eventually beat Finland two days later to win Gold. Al Michaels called the game when it was shown on ABC. Actual game footage is used in this film. Kurt Russell would portray Herb Brooks in the 2004 feature film Miracle. Rogers Sportsnet ran the 1981 film on February 20. 12:00: ABC News 12:15: Jim Barkker (sic) WAGM Channel 8 Presque Isle, Maine (CBS/ABC/NBC) CBS is the primary affiliate. 8:00: PTL Club 9:00: Jimmy Swaggart 10:00: Rex Humbard 10:30: Day of Discovery 11:00: Jerry Falwell 12:00: Chamber of Commerce 12:30: Face the Nation 1:00: Issues and Answers (ABC) 1:30: Meet the Press (NBC) 2:00: Basketball (no info given, but the Tri-City Herald in Washington State had listed for KREM and KEPR/KIMA 76ers-Celtics and Suns-Lakers) 7:00: News 7:30: Follow-Up 8:00: 60 Minutes 9:00: Movie: Either Miracle on Ice (ABC) or The Amityville Horror (CBS) 12:00: News 12:15: Jack Van Impe (no relation whatsoever to Ed Van Impe of the Philadelphia Flyers) 12:45: PTL Club WMED Channel 12 Calais, Maine (PBS) 9:00: Sesame Street 10:00: Mister Rogers 10:30: The Electric Company 11:00: Sesame Street 12:00: Basketball-Girls 1:30: Basketball-Boys 3:00: Hard Choices 4:00: Festival 81 4:30: Lawmakers 5:00: Mystery 6:00: Odyssey 6:30: Wild Kingdom

7:00: The Firing Line 8:00: Victory Garden 8:30: With Ossie and Rubie (sic) 9:00: All Creatures Great and Small 10:00: Masterpiece Theatre 11:00: Shock of the New 12:00: Reginald Perrin 12:15: Festival 81 Note: (sic) means the original source had a misspelling and Im just relaying that spelling mistake. Dont respond to me saying I made such an error. CHAU Channel 5 Carleton/CBGAT Channel 9 Matane/CBAFT Channel 11 Moncton (RadioCanada) 9:00: Du neuf au zoo (Channel 5 only) This is the francophone version of "News from Zoos", a CBC program about zoo animals. Quote from: Mike on February 25, 2011, 06:48:31 PM WLBZ Channel 2 Bangor, Maine (NBC) 8:00: Real Kids This was, I think, an aborted pilot for a "Real People" spinoff, but featuring kids as anchors and stories that feature or relate to kids. I recall Peter Billingsley being among the cast -- he would later join the cast of the main "Real People" program itself; he, of course, is more notable for his role in "A Christmas Story". Quote from: Mike on February 25, 2011, 06:48:31 PM WVII Channel 7 Bangor, Maine (ABC) 11:30: 100 Huntley Street (yes, it was shown on at least one U.S. station) The show was already starting to make headroads on American stations at the time, though mainly Christian stations -- locally here in the Tampa Bay area, WCLF (the flagship of the Christian Television Network) carried the show from around 1980 or so up through the 1990s -- they also carried a Greek-language version on Saturdays, but with a different host; this was due in part of the Greek population in Tarpon Springs. Telecasts seen in the US usually also included an American telephone number -- early on, telecasts included a number with a 714 area code, which meant that California-based TBN was distributor at the time; later on, it started carrying a 412 number, when WPCB in Pittsburgh began distributing it. I don't know if any US stations or networks carry "100" today, though many of them are carrying Crossroads' show for kids that was also a long running kids show in Canada -- "Circle Square". Quote from: Mike on February 25, 2011, 06:48:31 PM 12:15: Jim Barkker (sic) Too bad it wasn't "Bob Barkker". Grin Quote from: Mike on February 25, 2011, 06:48:31 PM WAGM Channel 8 Presque Isle, Maine (CBS/ABC/NBC) 8:00: PTL Club It was around this time when "The PTL Club" television show was renamed "Jim Bakker", which was (sort of) listed as such on WVII -- apparently, either WAGM did not know of the new title, or they were playing older tapes of the show.

Quote from: Mike on February 25, 2011, 06:48:31 PM WMED Channel 12 Calais, Maine (PBS) 6:30: Wild Kingdom Odd that a PBS station was showing a program sponsored by Mutual of Omaha -- did they offer a clean, unsponsored version to PBS stations? Retro: Central Virginia Monday, January 18, 1971 From TV Guide, Central Virginia Edition: WFMY Ch. 2 Greensboro, NC (CBS) 6:30 Good Morning Show (how times have changed-this is on 5-8 AM nowadays) 7:55 Devotions 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Old Rebel Show 9:30 What's Cooking Today? 10 AM The Lucy Show 10:30 Beverly Hillbillies 11 AM Family Affair 11:30 Love Of Life 12 N Where The Heart Is 12:25 News (local) 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM Girl Talk (guests: Nina Foch and Dina Merrill; Betsy Palmer is hostess) 1:30 As The World Turns 2 PM Love Is A Many Splendored Thing 2:30 Guiding Light 3 PM Secret Storm 3:30 Edge Of Night 4 PM Gomer Pyle, USMC 4:30 Flintstones 5 PM Perry Mason 6 PM News, Weather, Sports 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Buck Owens 7:30 Gunsmoke 8:30 Here's Lucy (watch for Hayden Rorke, better known as Dr. Bellows on "I Dream Of Jeannie") 9 PM Mayberry R.F.D. 9:30 Doris Day (Larry Storch as Doris's friend Duke Farentino, whom she has to persuade not to marry a golddigger) 10 PM Carol Burnett (guests: Mel Torme and Michele Lee) 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Merv Griffin (first of two shows saluting the big-band era with Charlie Barnet, Tex Beneke, Les Brown, Xavier Cugat, Frankie Carle, Bob Crosby, Woody Herman, Stan Kenton, Freddy Martin (with whom Merv once sang), and Vaughn Monroe)

WSVA (WHSV) Ch. 3 Harrisonburg (NBC/ABC) 8 AM Today (Chief Dan George, winner of the New York Film Critics' Supporting Actor award for "Little Big Man," joined in progress) 9 AM Bugs Bunny/Porky Pig 9:30 Galloping Gourmet 10 AM Dinah's Place (guest: Carol Burnett) 10:30 Concentration 11 AM Sale Of The Century 11:30 Hollywood Squares (Jim Backus, Hugh O'Brian, Suzanne Pleshette, Wally Cox, Charley Weaver, Paul Lynde) 12 N Bewitched 12:30 A World Apart 1 PM All My Children 1:30 Let's Make A Deal 2 PM Newlywed Game 2:30 Dating Game 3 PM General Hospital 3:30 One Life To Live 4 PM Dark Shadows 4:30 Jeff's Collie (w/"Dialing For Dollars") 5 PM Daniel Boone (w/"Dialing For Dollars") 6 PM News, Weather, Sports (still in black and white) 6:30 ABC News 7 PM That Good Ole Nashville Music (Skeeter Davis, Bob Luman, Charlie Walker) 7:30 Let's Make A Deal (new night) 8 PM Newlywed Game (new night) 8:30 The Reel Game (debut of a Jack Barry-hosted show in which the contestants check their answers against old film clips--oddly, three-time winners would win a new car but in the brief run of this show nobody did) 9 PM ABC Movie: "Cat Ballou" 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Dick Cavett (Richard Chamberlain, Glenda Jackson, Michael Tilson Thomas--then assistant conductor of the Boston Symphony) WRAL Ch. 5 Raleigh, NC (ABC) 6 AM Daybreak 6:55 Viewpoint (Jesse Helms) 7 AM CBS News (John Hart) 7:30 Jonny Quest (delay from Sun 10 AM) 8 AM Time For Uncle Paul 8:30 Bewitched (day-behind) 9 AM Good Morning Charlie (Charlie Gaddy, later WRAL's news anchor) 9:30 Jack LaLanne 9:50 Lucille Rivers (sewing) 10 AM Bette Elliott (women's show) 10:30 Mike Douglas (co-host is weight-control specialist Irwin Stillman; guests are James Coco, singer Julie DeJohn, comic Pat Cooper) 11:30 That Girl

12 N News 12:30 A World Apart 1 PM All My Children 1:30 Let's Make A Deal 2 PM Newlywed Game 2:30 Dating Game 3 PM General Hospital 3:30 Flintstones 4 PM Dark Shadows 4:30 Star Trek 5:30 I Love Lucy 6 PM News, Weather, Sports 6:30 NBC News (IIRC, WRAL didn't pick up ABC News until the fall of '71 when WRDU became the fulltime NBC affiliate) 7 PM Movie: "The Savage Innocents" 9 PM ABC Movie: "Cat Ballou" 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Movie: "The Girl Next Door" WHIS (WVVA) Ch. 6 Bluefield, WV (NBC) 7 AM Today (Chief Dan George, former British captain Peter Townsend, author of a book about World War II's Battle of Britain) 9 AM Romper Room 9:30 Coffee Break 9:55 News 10 AM Dinah's Place 10:30 Concentration 11 AM Sale Of The Century 11:30 Hollywood Squares 12 N Jeopardy! 12:30 Who, What Or Where 12:55 NBC News (Floyd Kalber) 1 PM Peyton Place (reruns of the ABC series) 1:30 Words And Music 2 PM Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World (still called Another World/Bay City) 3:30 Bright Promise 4 PM Somerset (still called Another World/Somerset) 4:30 F Troop 5 PM Maverick 6 PM News, Weather, Sports 6:30 NBC News 7 PM Jim And Jesse And The Virginia Boys (bluegrass) 7:30 Red Skelton (guests: Cass Elliot and Chad Everett) 8 PM Rowan And Martin's Laugh-In (guest: Joey Bishop) 9 PM NBC Movie: "Do You Take This Stranger?" 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Tonight Show (Bob Newhart subs for Johnny) WDBJ Ch. 7 Roanoke (CBS) 6:30 Town Crier

6:45 Town And Country 6:55 News 7 AM CBS News 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Romper Room 9:30 Artie Levin (exercises) 9:50 Lucille Rivers 10 AM The Lucy Show 10:30 Beverly Hillbillies 11 AM Family Affair 11:30 Love Of Life 12 N Where The Heart Is 12:25 Light Of Life (devotional) 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM Panorama (local talk show) 1:30 As The World Turns 2 PM Love Is A Many Splendored Thing 2:30 Guiding Light 3 PM Secret Storm 3:30 Edge Of Night 4 PM Gomer Pyle, USMC 4:30 Movie: "Love That Brute" 6 PM News, Weather, Sports 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Klassroom Kwiz (Lucy Addison High School vs. last week's winners) 7:30 Gunsmoke 8:30 Here's Lucy 9 PM Mayberry R.F.D. 9:30 Doris Day 10 PM Carol Burnett 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Merv Griffin WGHP Ch. 8 High Point, NC (ABC) 6:15 Farm Report 6:30 University Of Michigan 7 AM Triad In Perspective 7:30 Limbo's Cartoons 8:30 Romper Room 9 AM Movie: "Louisiana Purchase" (Bob Hope, from '41, w/"Dialing For Dollars") 10:50 Lucille Rivers 11 AM Bewitched (day-behind) 11:30 That Girl 12 N News 12:30 A World Apart 1 PM All My Children 1:30 Let's Make A Deal 2 PM Newlywed Game 2:30 Dating Game 3 PM General Hospital 3:30 One Life To Live 4 PM Movie: "Bold Adventure" (w/"Dialing For Dollars") 5:30 News, Weather, Sports

6 PM ABC News 6:30 Dick Van Dyke 7 PM Truth Or Consequences 7:30 Let's Make A Deal 8 PM Newlywed Game 8:30 The Reel Game 9 PM ABC Movie: "Cat Ballou" 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Dick Cavett 1 AM News, Weather WSLS Ch. 10 Roanoke (NBC) 6:30 Today On The Farm 7 AM Today 9 AM David Frost (guest: Bill Cosby) 10 AM Dinah's Place 10:30 Concentration 11 AM Sale Of The Century 11:30 Hollywood Squares 12 N Jeopardy! 12:30 News, Weather, Sports 12:55 NBC News 1 PM Peyton Place 1:30 Words And Music 2 PM Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 3:30 Bright Promise 4 PM Somerset 4:30 Rifleman 5 PM Big Valley 6 PM News, Weather, Sports 6:30 NBC News 7 PM Truth Or Consequences 7:30 Red Skelton 8 PM Rowan And Martin's Laugh-In 9 PM NBC Movie: "Do You Take This Stranger?" 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Tonight Show 1 AM News, Weather WTVD Ch. 11 Durham, NC (CBS/NBC) 6:30 Aspect 7 AM Today 9 AM Captain Kangaroo 10 AM Galloping Gourmet 10:30 Beverly Hillbillies 11 AM Family Affair 11:30 Love Of Life 12 N Where The Heart Is 12:25 News (local) 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM Peggy Mann 1:30 As The World Turns

2 PM Love Is A Many Splendored Thing 2:30 Guiding Light 3 PM Secret Storm 3:30 Edge Of Night 4 PM Hazel 4:30 Gilligan's Island 5 PM Big Valley 6 PM News, Weather, Sports 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Gunsmoke (delay of at least a week) 8 PM Movie: "Bhowani Junction" 10 PM Carol Burnett 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Tonight Show WSJS (WXII) Ch. 12 Winston-Salem, NC (NBC) 6:30 Aspect 7 AM Today 9 AM Today At Home 9:30 Virginia Graham (guests: singer Charles Aznavour, actor James Farentino, comic Charlie Callas) 10 AM Dinah's Place 10:30 Concentration 11 AM Sale Of The Century 11:30 Hollywood Squares 12 N Jeopardy! 12:30 Who, What Or Where 12:55 NBC News 1 PM Somerset 1:30 Words And Music 2 PM Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 3:30 Bright Promise 4 PM Star Trek 5 PM Gilligan's Island 5:30 Wild Wild West 6:30 News, Weather, Sports 7 PM NBC News 7:30 Red Skelton 8 PM Rowan And Martin's Laugh-In 9 PM NBC Movie: "Do You Take This Stranger?" 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Tonight Show WLVA (WSET) Ch. 13 Lynchburg (ABC) 9:30 Film 10 AM Cartoon Carnival 10:30 Calendar (representatives of Lynchburg Training School and Hospital discuss treatment programs for the mentally retarded) 11 AM Call Of The West (selected "Death Valley Days" reruns) 11:30 That Girl 12 N Bewitched

12:30 A World Apart 1 PM All My Children 1:30 Let's Make A Deal 2 PM Newlywed Game 2:30 Dating Game 3 PM General Hospital 3:30 One Life To Live 4 PM Dark Shadows 4:30 Lassie 5 PM Star Trek 6 PM News, Weather, Sports (still in b&w) 6:30 ABC News 7 PM Hazel 7:30 Let's Make A Deal 8 PM Newlywed Game 8:30 The Reel Game 9 PM ABC Movie: "Cat Ballou" 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Dick Cavett WBRA Ch. 15 Roanoke (PBS) 8:25 In-school programs 10 AM Sesame Street 11 AM In-school programs 12:15 Sportsmanlike Driving 12:45 In-school programs 5 PM Sesame Street 6 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 6:30 What's New 7 PM Kukla, Fran And Ollie (repeat of Sun 8 PM show) 7:30 World We Live In (program about horses, repeat from Sun 8:30 PM) 8 PM World Press Review 9 PM Realities (11 people take part in an encountertherapy session) 10:30 Roanoke City Council sign off 11 PM WRFT (WFXR) Ch. 27 Roanoke (ABC) 11 AM Bewitched (day-behind) 11:30 That Girl 12 N Film 12:30 A World Apart 1 PM All My Children 1:30 Let's Make A Deal 2 PM Newlywed Game 2:30 Dating Game 3 PM General Hospital 3:30 One Life To Live 4 PM Film 4:30 Ebb And Andy (local variety show) 5:30 Rainbow Theatre 6 PM ABC News 6:30 Quest For Adventure (this begins to sound

like Ch. 40 in Anderson, SC) 7 PM Mike Dobbins (local) 7:30 Let's Make A Deal 8 PM Newlywed Game 8:30 The Reel Game 9 PM ABC Movie: "Cat Ballou" 11 PM Movie Game (Ann Blyth, Abby Dalton, Glenn Ford, James Franciscus) 11:30 Dick Cavett WRFT (WFXR) Ch. 27 Roanoke (ABC) 11 AM Bewitched (day-behind) 11:30 That Girl 12 N Film Is it correct to assume they picked up ABC off the air from some other station? Otherwise they wouldn't have delayed Bewitched to run "Film" at noon. With so much bartered programming these days, I sometimes forget how little of it there used to be. Some of these small stations really had to struggle to fill non-network time. My guess that station would had been Washington's then WMAL-TV since back in those days the DC stations had translators all over Virginia ( some old timers still to this day believe that the entire state of Virginia should fall within the Washington DC market but that is for a another post for another time, think of Norfolk's WAVY's Bruce Rader for example). Lynchburg's WLVA would had been closer but still I would be surprised that if it would had been them who had feed programs to WRFT.. One station it would NOT had been would be WSVA..they had received their ABC from not only DC's WMAL but sometimes even Baltimore's WJZ as well. Could it have been WXEX(now WRIC) from Richmond, VA? Most likely, WRFT was recieving it's ABC programing via WGHP in High Point, which would have been the closest ABC affil, other than WLVA (WSET). A comparison of the two schedules above would seem to confirm that. They certainly would not have recieved a feed from WMAL (WJLA) since that station also owned direct competitor WLVA. I never heard of WMAL (WJLA) operating translators in VA. BTW, from what I've read, WRFT originally recieved it's ABC programing directly from AT&T. When they were unable to deliver the agreed upon number of households to ABC, the net stopped it's direct feed and stopped paying the station to air it's programs. This is apparently what led to channel 27's eventual demise. 27 did pretty well within Roanoke Co, but this was just too small a part of the total DMA to be in any way competitive. WRFT did quite a bit of low budget local programming in an attempt to being an alternative to WDBJ and WSLS--some of it you see reflected here. I don't think it was really much like the famous WAIM, even though they both had to contend with another ABC station in the area on channel 13. Retro: Binghamton/Syracuse Sat, Feb 28, 1959 from TV Guide-Binghamton edition The Binghamton edition, and its neighbor in Hazleton-Williamsport, were unique in listing their channels in reverse order WSYR 3-Syracuse/WSYE 18-Elmira (NBC) 8:00 (3 only) Western Jamboree "Arizona Wildcat"

9:00 Popeye Theater 10:00 Howdy Doody 10:30 Ruff & Reddy 11:00 Fury "Black Gold" 11:30 Circus Boy "The Great Gambino's Son" noon Hopalong Cassidy 12:30 Film Festival "The Eve of St. Mark" 2:15 Syracuse Wrestling 3:00 College Basketball: Army-Navy 4:30 Flamingo Stakes horse race 5:00 Women's Bowling: in Coral Gables FL, Jane Lowry takes on Beverly Lavine 5:30 Bold Journey 6:00 Saturday Matinee "Fallen Angel" 7:30 People are Funny 8:00 Perry Como (c/guests Gene Barry, Kitza, Paul Anka, and Lorin Hollander; simulcast 8:15-8:45 on WSYR 570, WQXR 94.5, and WENY 1230) 9:00 Accent on Love (c/a look at love with host Louis Jourdan, Ginger Rogers, Marge & Gower Champion, Mike Nichols & Elaine May, Jaye P. Morgan, Danny Costello, and the Ray Charles Singers...Gower was the choreographer, with musical director Tutti Camarata...this pre-empted Black Saddle and punted Cimarron City ahead 30 min) 10:00 Cimarron City "The Unaccepted" (the later star time spikes DA's Man) 11:00 (3) Dancing Party (Lawrence Welk) 11:00 (18) Movie: TBA mid. (3) Hollywood Showcase "Leave Her to Heaven" 1:00 News WHEN 8-CBS/ABC Syracuse 7:55 Morning Prayer 8:00 Captain Kangaroo 9:00 Toy Shop Jamboree 10:00 Farmer Alfalfa 10:30 Mighty Mouse 11:00 Ten O'Clock Scholar noon Rin Tin Tin 12:30 Annie Oakley 1:00 Lone Ranger 1:30 Robin Hood 2:00 Dateline: UN 2:15 Pro Hockey Contest: in Chi-town, the Hawks' Eddie Litzenberger takes on Boston's Vik Stasiuk 2:30 NHL: Boston-Chicago 5:00 All-Star Golf: Bob Rosburg and Sam Snead square off at Sarasota's DeSoto Lakes Golf & Country Club 6:00 77 Sunset Strip 7:00 SA 7 7:30 Perry Mason "The Case of the Drowning Duck" 8:30 Wanted-Dead or Alive 9:00 Gale Storm "Jailmates" 9:30 Have Gun, Will Travel "The Monster of Moon Ridge" 10:00 Gunsmoke 10:30 Death Valley Days 11:00 News 11:20 Star Theater "Romance of Rosy Ridge"/"China Seas" WNBF 12-ABC/CBS Binghamton 6:30 University of the Air

9:00 Treasure House 9:30 Popeye 10:00 Fury 10:30 Bozo the Clown 11:00 Hopalong Cassidy 11:30 Jeff's Collie noon Young People's Concerts "Humor in Music" (at Carnegie Hall, Leonard Bernstein shows how incongruous and unexpected elements can make music "funny") 1:00 Command Performance 1:30 Dateline: UN 1:45 Theater Time 2:15 Pro Hockey Contest 2:30 NHL: Boston-Chicago 5:00 Bowling Stars (from Chicago) 5:30 Gale Storm 6:00 Dancing Party (Lawrence Welk) 7:00 Bandstand 7:30 Dick Clark (guests Bobby Freeman, Dodie Stevens, and Neil Sedaka) 8:00 Patti Page (guests Johnny Mathis and Matt Dennis) 8:30 Sea Hunt "Safari" 9:00 Zane Grey "The Last Raid" 9:30 Saturday Theater 10:00 Gunsmoke 10:30 Thin Man 11:00 News 11:20 World's Best Movies "The Three Musketeers" 1:00 All Night Show "Busses Roar"/"Everything's Rosy"/"Night Nurse"/re-run of the 11:20 movie WNEP 16-ABC Scranton 11:00 Uncle Al noon Cartoon Lunch Corner 1:00 Jungle Jim 1:30 Union Pacific 2:00 Kingdom of the Sea 2:30 Bengal Lancers 3:00 O. Henry Playhouse 3:30 New York Confidential 4:00 Chicago Wrestling 5:00 All-Star Golf 6:00 Top Western Theater "The Painted Desert" 7:30 Dick Clark 8:00 Jubilee USA (guests Rex Allen and "Singin' Schoolmaster" Arlie Duff) 9:00 Dancing Party (Lawrence Welk) 10:00 Mystery Theater 10:30 Million Dollar Movie "Honky Tonk" 12:30 News 12:35 Saturday Nitecap "The Lady Fights Back" WDAU 22-CBS Scranton 7:25 News Headlines 7:30 Cartoons 8:00 Roy Rogers 9:00 Jet Jackson 9:30 Captain Kangaroo 10:30 Mighty Mouse 11:00 Heckle & Jeckle

11:30 Robin Hood "The Devil You Don't Know" noon Farmer Alfalfa 12:30 Young People's Concerts (JIP) 1:00 Gene Autry 2:00 Coach's Corner 2:15 Pro Hockey Contest 2:30 NHL: Boston-Chicago 4:30 Play of the Week 5:00 Buffalo Wrestling 6:00 Championship Bowling 6:55 Scoreboard (Jim Dull) 7:00 Death Valley Days 7:30 Perry Mason "The Case of the Drowning Duck" 8:30 Wanted-Dead or Alive 9:00 Gale Storm "Jailmates" 9:30 Have Gun, Will Travel "The Monster of Moon Ridge" 10:00 Gunsmoke 10:30 Mike Hammer 11:00 News 11:25 Movie: TBA 1:00 News 1:05 Late Late Show "Post Office Investigator" WBRE 28-NBC Wilkes-Barre 9:30 Popeye 10:00 Howdy Doody 10:30 Ruff & Reddy 11:00 Fury "Black Gold" 11:30 Circus Boy "The Great Gambino's Son" noon True Story "Out of the Dark" 12:30 Detective's Diary "The Maid was Curious" 1:00 Playhouse 28 "The Mystery of the 13th Ghost" 2:15 Armchair Adventure 2:30 Topic 3:00 College Basketball: Army-Navy 4:30 Flamingo Stakes horse race 5:00 Women's Bowling 5:30 TBA 6:00 Charlie Chan 6:30 I Search for Adventure 7:00 Jim Bowie 7:30 People are Funny 8:00 Perry Como (c/simulcast 8:15-8:45 on WBRE 1340 and WBRE-FM 98.5) 9:00 Accent on Love (c) 10:00 Cimarron City "The Unaccepted" 11:00 News 11:15 Academy Award Theater "The Kissing Bandit" WINR 40-NBC/CBS/ABC Binghamton 10:00 Howdy Doody 10:30 Ruff & Reddy 11:00 Robin Hood 11:30 Circus Boy "The Great Gambino's Son" noon True Story "Out of the Dark" 12:30 Detective's Diary "The Maid was Curious" 1:00 Mr. Wizard "Momentum of Things"

1:30 Feature Movie "Four Sons" 3:00 College Basketball: Army-Navy 4:30 Flamingo Stakes horse race 5:00 Women's Bowling 5:30 Florian Zabach 6:00 Big Rascals 6:25 Hometown in Review 6:30 Ed Sullivan 7:30 People are Funny 8:00 Perry Como (c/simulcast 8:15-8:45 on WINR 680) 9:00 Accent on Love (c) 10:00 Cimarron City "The Unaccepted" 11:00 News 11:05 Hollywood Premiere "A Bill of Divorcement" Retro: Carolina-Tennessee Friday, January 19, 1973 From TV Guide, Carolina-Tennessee Edition: WSJK (WETP) Ch. 2 Knoxville (Sneedville) (PBS) In-school programs until 4 PM Sesame Street 5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 5:30 Electric Company 6 PM TBA 6:30 Volunteer Income Tax Assistance 7 PM Tennessee: A State In Action (report on the Tennessee legislature) 7:30 Wall Street Week 8 PM Washington Week In Review 8:30 State Of The State Address (Gov. Winfield Dunn delivers the annual Tennessee message.) 9 PM 1973 Inaugural Concert (President and Mrs. Nixon, and Vice President and Mrs. Agnew, are scheduled to attend this concert at the Kennedy Center. Eugene Ormandy conducts the Philadelphia Orchestra; also, pianist Van Cliburn, the Valley Forge Military Band, and the Robert Wagner Chorale--and no, it's not that Robert Wagner nor is it the Roger Wagner Chorale that sang the theme song of "I Married Joan".) 11 PM Movie: "The Hunchback Of Notre Dame" (Lon Chaney became a star in this 1923 silent.) WBTV Ch. 3 Charlotte (CBS) 6:45 Almanac 6:55 News 7 AM CBS News (John Hart) 7:30 Morning Scene 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Merv Griffin (Capricorns Tony Martin and Fernando Lamas, astrologer Sydney Omarr) 10 AM Joker's Wild

10:30 Price Is Right 11 AM Gambit 11:30 Love Of Life 12 N Scene At Noon 12:25 Pat Lee (women's show) 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM Betty Feezor 1:30 As The World Turns 2 PM Guiding Light 2:30 Edge Of Night 3 PM Love Is A Many Splendored Thing 3:30 Secret Storm 4 PM Truth Or Consequences 4:30 Bonanza 5:30 I Dream Of Jeannie 6 PM News 7 PM CBS News (Walter Cronkite) 7:30 It Takes A Thief 8:30 The Protectors 9 PM CBS Movie: "The Man Who Knew Too Much" (Hitchcock classic where Doris Day first sang "Que Sera, Sera") 11:30 News 12 M CBS Movie: "The Devil's 8" 2 AM With This Ring (children and faith is the topic) WFBC (WYFF) Ch. 4 Greenville, SC (NBC) 6:25 Story Of Jesus 6:30 Job Man Caravan 7 AM Today (Frank McGee and Barbara Walters preview tomorrow's inauguration of President Nixon.) 9 AM The Scene Today 9:30 Romper Room 10 AM Dinah's Place (Rod McKuen reads a poem, "A Cat Named Sloopy," and discusses cat care.) 10:30 Concentration 11 AM Sale Of The Century 11:30 Hollywood Squares (Shelley Fabares, Betty Grable, Rich Little, Ross Martin, Jan Murray, Vincent Price, Joan Rivers, Wally Cox, Paul Lynde) 12 N Jeopardy! 12:30 Who, What Or Where 12:55 NBC News (Floyd Kalber) 1 PM News 1:15 Forum 1:20 Lucille Rivers (sewing) 1:30 Three On A Match 2 PM Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 3:30 Return To Peyton Place 4 PM Munsters 4:30 Bonanza 5:30 Dragnet (w/Harry Morgan) 6 PM News

6:30 NBC News (John Chancellor) 7 PM What's My Line? 7:30 Price Is Right (Dennis James) 8 PM Sanford And Son 8:30 The Little People (Brian Keith as a Hawaiibased pediatrician) 9 PM Circle Of Fear 10 PM Bobby Darin Amusement Company (returns as a regular series--guests: Burl Ives, Dyan Cannon, and Mimi Hines) 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show WCYB Ch. 5 Bristol, VA (NBC) 6:50 Town And Country 7 AM Today 9 AM Open House 9:30 Romper Room 10 AM Dinah's Place 10:30 Concentration 11 AM Sale Of The Century 11:30 Hollywood Squares 12 N Jeopardy! 12:30 Who, What Or Where 12:55 NBC News 1 PM News 1:30 Three On A Match 2 PM Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 3:30 Return To Peyton Place 4 PM Somerset 4:30 Petticoat Junction 5 PM Bonanza 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News 7 PM Nanny And The Professor 7:30 Felony Squad 8 PM Sanford And Son 8:30 The Little People 9 PM Circle Of Fear 10 PM Bobby Darin Amusement Company 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show WATE Ch. 6 Knoxville (NBC) 6 AM Gospel Favorites 7 AM Today 9 AM Ladies' Day 9:30 Who, What Or Where 9:55 News 10 AM Dinah's Place 10:30 Concentration 11 AM Sale Of The Century

11:30 Hollywood Squares 12 N Jeopardy! 12:30 What's My Line? (panel: Jack Cassidy, Nancy Dussault, Sue Oakland, Gene Rayburn) 1 PM Somerset 1:30 Three On A Match 2 PM Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 3:30 Return To Peyton Place 4 PM I Dream Of Jeannie 4:30 Gomer Pyle, USMC 5 PM Bonanza 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News 7 PM Dragnet 7:30 Wait Till Your Father Gets Home 8 PM Sanford And Son 8:30 The Little People 9 PM Circle Of Fear 10 PM Bobby Darin Amusement Company 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show WSPA Ch. 7 Spartanburg, SC (CBS) 6 AM Agriculture 6:25 A Public Affair 6:55 Meditation 7 AM CBS News 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Phil Donahue (from the Ohio State Penitentiary: a look at an inmate's day-to-day life) 9:30 Nancy Welch 10 AM Joker's Wild 10:30 Price Is Right 11 AM Gambit 11:30 Love Of Life 12 N Where The Heart Is 12:25 News (local) 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM Hazel 1:30 As The World Turns 2 PM Guiding Light 2:30 Edge Of Night 3 PM Love Is A Many Splendored Thing 3:30 Secret Storm 4 PM Gilligan's Island 4:30 Merv Griffin (Mike Connors, Mimi Hines, Joe Flynn) 5:30 I Dream Of Jeannie 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Police Surgeon 7:30 The Protectors (Robert Vaughn) 8 PM Mission: Impossible

9 PM CBS Movie: "The Man Who Knew Too Much" 11:30 News 12 M CBS Movie: "The Devil's 8" WSOC Ch. 9 Charlotte (NBC) 6:15 Garner Ted Armstrong 6:45 On The House 7 AM Today 9 AM Mike Douglas (co-host David Hartman; Dr. Donald Kent, chair of the Interagency Council for National Education Week) 10:20 Lucille Rivers 10:30 Concentration 11 AM Sale Of The Century 11:30 Hollywood Squares 12 N News 12:30 Who, What Or Where 12:55 NBC News 1 PM Jeopardy! 1:30 Three On A Match 2 PM Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 3:30 Flintstones 4 PM Gilligan's Island 4:30 Beverly Hillbillies 5 PM Dick Van Dyke 5:30 Andy Griffith 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News 7 PM To Tell The Truth 7:30 Sanford And Son 8 PM Hee Haw (Tennessee Ernie Ford, Sammi Smith, Charlie McCoy, the Nashville Edition) 9 PM Circle Of Fear 10 PM Bobby Darin Amusement Company 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show WBIR Ch. 10 Knoxville (CBS) 6 AM Farm And Home 7 AM CBS News 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Vin Scully (guest: Ernest Borgnine, day-behind delay from 4 PM) 9:30 Carol Utley (women's show) 10 AM Joker's Wild 10:30 Price Is Right 11 AM Gambit 11:30 Love Of Life 12 N Where The Heart Is 12:25 CBS News (Douglas Edwards) 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM To Tell The Truth (panel: Orson Bean, Kitty

Carlisle, Peggy Cass, Bill Cullen) 1:30 As The World Turns 2 PM Guiding Light 2:30 Edge Of Night 3 PM Love Is A Many Splendored Thing 3:30 Secret Storm 4 PM Munsters 4:30 Movie: "Apache Drums" 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Truth Or Consequences 7:30 Parent Game 8 PM TBA 8:30 State Of The State Address 9 PM CBS Movie: "The Man Who Knew Too Much" 11:30 News 12 M CBS Movie: "The Devil's 8" WJHL Ch. 11 Johnson City, TN (CBS) 6:25 Farm Report 6:30 Garner Ted Armstrong 7 AM CBS News 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM For Your Information 9:30 Not For Women Only ("Fat Is Not Funny," part 5 with Dr. Irwin Stillman, Dr. Robert Atkins, author Paul Deutschman) 10 AM Joker's Wild 10:30 Price Is Right 11 AM Gambit 11:30 Love Of Life 12 N Where The Heart Is 12:25 CBS News 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM Kathryn Willis (women's show) 1:30 As The World Turns 2 PM Guiding Light 2:30 Edge Of Night 3 PM Love Is A Many Splendored Thing 3:30 Secret Storm 4 PM Vin Scully (guests: Dan Rowan and Dick Martin) 4:30 High Chaparral 5:30 Gilligan's Island 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Truth Or Consequences 7:30 To Tell The Truth 8 PM Mayberry R.F.D. 8:30 State Of The State Address 9 PM CBS Movie: "The Man Who Knew Too Much" 11:30 News 12 M CBS Movie: "The Devil's 8" WLOS Ch. 13 Asheville, NC (ABC)

6:25 America's Problems And Challenges 6:55 News For Farmers 7 AM Mr. Bill's Workshop 8:30 Sesame Street 9:30 Movie: "Forever Darling" (Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz in the less-than-successful followup to "The Long, Long Trailer") 11 AM Gertrude Ramsey (women's show) 11:30 Bewitched 12 N Password (guests: Rod Serling and Betty White) 12:30 Split Second 1 PM All My Children 1:30 Let's Make A Deal 2 PM Newlywed Game 2:30 Dating Game 3 PM General Hospital 3:30 Movie: "Wall Of Noise" 5:30 News 6 PM ABC News (Howard K. Smith/Harry Reasoner) 6:30 Andy Griffith 7 PM Truth Or Consequences 7:30 To Tell The Truth (Kitty Carlisle, Peggy Cass, Bill Cullen, Durward Kirby) 8 PM Brady Bunch 8:30 Partridge Family 9 PM Room 222 9:30 Odd Couple 10 PM Love, American Style 11 PM News 11:30 In Concert (Grand Funk Railroad performs for most of the show; also: singer Freddie King) WHKY Ch. 14 Hickory, NC (Ind.) 4:30 Dick's Rascals 5:30 Trails West 6 PM News 6:30 Death Valley Days 7 PM Adventure Time 7:30 Holiday 8 PM Movie: "Dance Hall" (this 1950 British film is interesting because one of its stars is Petula Clark-never knew she went back that far) 10 PM News 10:25 Devotions 10:30 Movie: "Apache Rose" (Roy Rogers and Dale Evans) 11:30 Movie: TBA WUNE Ch. 17 Linville, NC/WUNF Ch. 33 Asheville (PBS) In-school programs until 4 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 4:30 Sesame Street 5:30 Electric Company 6 PM News

6:30 Zoom 7 PM You The Deaf 7:30 North Carolina This Week 8 PM Washington Week In Review 8:30 North Carolina People 9 PM North Carolina: The Arts WCCB Ch. 18 Charlotte (ABC) 8 AM Cartoons 8:30 New Zoo Revue 9 AM Romper Room 9:30 Fran Carlton 10 AM Dinah's Place (pre-empted on Ch. 9) 10:30 Not For Women Only 11 AM News 11:30 Bewitched 12 N Password 12:30 Split Second 1 PM All My Children 1:30 Let's Make A Deal 2 PM Newlywed Game 2:30 Dating Game 3 PM General Hospital 3:30 One Life To Live 4 PM Virginian 5:30 Love, American Style (delay from 4 PM) 6 PM ABC News 6:30 News 7 PM Lassie 7:30 Black Beauty 8 PM Brady Bunch 8:30 Partridge Family 9 PM Room 222 9:30 Odd Couple 10 PM Love, American Style 11 PM News 11:30 In Concert 1 AM Let's Think It Over WKPT Ch. 19 Kingsport, TN (ABC) 9:25 News 9:30 New Zoo Revue 10 AM Jack LaLanne 10:30 Trails West 11 AM Truth For Today 11:30 Bewitched 12 N Password 12:30 Split Second 1 PM All My Children 1:30 Let's Make A Deal 2 PM Newlywed Game 2:30 Dating Game 3 PM General Hospital 3:30 One Life To Live

4 PM Love, American Style 4:30 Movie: "Corvette K-225" (a British ship, not a car) 6:30 ABC News 7 PM Star Trek 8 PM Brady Bunch 8:30 State Of The State Address 9 PM Room 222 9:30 Odd Couple 10 PM Love, American Style 11 PM News 11:30 In Concert WTVK Ch. 26 (WVLT Ch. 8) Knoxville (ABC) 6:30 Dennis The Menace 7 AM Good Morning 8:30 Jack LaLanne 9 AM Romper Room 10 AM New Zoo Revue 10:30 Galloping Gourmet 11 AM Not For Women Only (Part 5 on movies, with Dustin Hoffman, Judith Crist, Rex Reed, screenwriter Eleanor Perry ("David And Lisa"), director William Friedkin ("The French Connection")) 11:30 Bewitched 12 N Password 12:30 Split Second 1 PM All My Children 1:30 Let's Make A Deal 2 PM Newlywed Game 2:30 Dating Game 3 PM General Hospital 3:30 One Life To Live 4 PM Love, American Style 4:30 Flintstones 5 PM Gilligan's Island 5:30 The Farmer's Daughter 6 PM ABC News 6:30 Green Acres 7 PM Get Smart 7:30 Black Beauty 8 PM Brady Bunch 8:30 State Of The State Address 9 PM Room 222 9:30 Odd Couple 10 PM Love, American Style 11 PM Kathy Hill (country music) 11:30 In Concert WNTV Ch. 29 Greenville, SC (PBS) In-school programs until 4:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 5 PM Sesame Street

6 PM Wheee! (and no cracks about the Geico commercial with the pig who goes "Wheeee!" all the way home) 6:30 Electric Company 7 PM For The People (this is not the 1965 lawyer show that prevented William Shatner from doing the "Star Trek" pilot) 7:30 Fashion Focus 8 PM Washington Week In Review 8:30 The Advocates 9:30 Nine30 10 PM Masterpiece Theatre: "Tom Brown's School Days" (Part 1) WRET (WCNC) Ch. 36 Charlotte (Ind.) 9 AM 700 Club Telethon 3 PM Popeye And Pals 3:30 Rifleman 4 PM Movie: "Angel Face" 6 PM Rifleman 6:30 Big Valley 7:30 Movie: "Lloyds Of London" 9:30 Movie: "Don Juan Quilligan" (this '45 comedy is a treat for TV nostalgia lovers; it stars William Bendix and Phil Silvers) 11 PM One Step Beyond 11:30 Movie: "The Frozen Ghost" (Lon Chaney Jr. is the star, but watch for Milburn Stone, 10 years before "Gunsmoke") 12:30 Movie: "The Crimson Canary" WAIM (WMYA) Ch. 40 Anderson, SC (ABC/CBS) 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Vin Scully (same as Ch. 10) 9:30 This Is The Life 10 AM Joker's Wild 10:30 Price Is Right 11 AM Gambit 11:30 Love Of Life 12 N Where The Heart Is 12:25 News (local) 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM All My Children 1:30 As The World Turns 2 PM Guiding Light 2:30 Edge Of Night 3 PM Love Is A Many Splendored Thing 3:30 Secret Storm 4 PM Ladies' Day 4:30 Panorama 5 PM Compass 5:30 This Is The Life 6 PM ABC News 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Quest For Adventure 7:30 Music And The Spoken Word (the Mormon Tabernacle Choir--the radio version has been on the air, I believe, since 1929)

8 PM Mission: Impossible 9 PM CBS Movie: "The Man Who Knew Too Much" WSVN (WSBN) Ch. 47 Norton, VA (PBS) In-school programs until 4 PM Sesame Street 5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 5:30 Electric Company 6 PM Sesame Street 7 PM Grand Master Chess (a lot of interest in chess at the time, coming off the Bobby Fischer-Boris Spassky world championship tournament) 7:30 Wall Street Week 8 PM Washington Week In Review 8:30 Macrame 9 PM Masterpiece Theatre: "Tom Brown's Schooldays" (Part 1) 10 PM Crafty Creations 10:30 Ned Little (don't know who this is, may be local or out of sister station WBRA Roanoke) Retro: New Brunswick Mon, Feb 23, 1976 from L'Evangeline via Google News Archive Out-of-province channels listed Atlantic Time CKCW 2-ATV/CTV Moncton 7:00 University of the Air 7:30 Trouble with Tracy 8:00 Canada AM 10:00 Romper Room 10:30 Yoga 11:00 Definition 11:30 It's Your Move noon Cartoons 12:30 Flintstones 1:00 Midday Matinee "Home from the Hill" (pt 1) 2:30 Women's Show 3:00 Celebrity Dominoes 3:30 What's the Good Word? 4:00 Another World 5:00 Gilligan's Island 5:30 ID 6:00 ATV Evening News 6:30 Price is Right 7:00 Good Times 7:30 ATV Monday Movie "Seven Women" 9:30 Maude 10:00 Joe Forrester 11:00 Pig & Whistle 11:30 One Day at a Time mid. CTV National News 12:20 ATV Late News 12:30 Larry Solway

WLBZ 2-NBC Bangor 7:50 University of Maine Farm Program 7:55 First Radio Parish Church 8:00 Today 10:00 My Backyard 10:30 Dialing for Dollars 11:00 Celebrity Sweepstakes 11:30 High Rollers noon Wheel of Fortune 12:30 Hollywood Squares 1:00 Magnificent Marble Machine 1:30 Take My Advice 1:55 NBC News 2:00 Dialing for Dollars 2:30 Days of Our Lives 3:30 Doctors 4:00 Another World 5:00 Somerset 5:30 Brady Bunch 6:00 Partridge Family 6:30 Adam-12 7:00 TV2 News 7:30 NBC Nightly News 8:00 Ironside 9:00 Rich Little 10:00 Joe Forrester 11:00 Jigsaw John mid. TV2 News 12:30 Tonight Show CHSJ 4-CBC Saint John 8:00 Friendly Giant 8:15 Mon Ami 8:30 Ed Allen Time 9:00 Mr. Dressup 9:30 Nova Scotia Schools 11:00 Sesame Street noon Bob McLean 12:30 Mid-Day Report 12:34 Hollywod Squares 1:00 Movie Matinee "List of Adrian Messenger" 2:30 Take 30 3:00 Celebrity Cooks 3:30 Edge of Night 4:00 Magazine 4:30 Coming Up Rosie 5:00 Hogan's Heroes 5:30 NB Today 6:00 Evening Report 6:30 Little House on the Prairie 7:30 Match Game 8:00 Rhoda 8:30 Front Page Challenge 9:00 All in the Family 9:30 Chico & the Man

10:00 CBC Newsmagazine 10:30 Man Alive 11:00 The National 11:20 Final Report 11:30 I Saw That mid. Merv Griffin CHAU 5-SRC/TVA Carleton 10:15 Les Oraliens 10:30 Les 100 tours de Centour 10:45 En mouvement 11:00 Du soleil a 5 cents 11:15 Au jardin de Pierrot 11:30 Conseil-express noon Les recettes de Juliette 12:30 Noelle aux quatre vents 1:00 Nouvelles et sports de CHAU-TV 1:15 Avis de deces (obits) 1:20 Actualites regionales 1:30 Les Coqueluches 2:30 Le Telejournal 2:35 Femme d'aujourd'hui 3:30 Cinema "Jours d'amour" 5:00 Bobino 5:30 Fanfreluche 6:00 Quelle famille! 6:30 Nouvelles de CHAU-TV 7:00 Les Pierrafeu (Flintstones) 7:30 Actualite regionale 8:00 Les Berger 8:30 Magazine olympique 9:00 Y a pas de probleme 9:30 Avec le temps 10:00 Tele-Selection "Sortilege" 11:30 Le Telejournal 11:55 Nouvelles du sport mid. Jalna 1:00 La brigade des Malefices WEMT 7-ABC Bangor (would become WVII later that year) 11:00 PTL Club 1:00 Let's Make a Deal 1:30 All My Children 2:00 Ryan's Hope 2:30 Rhyme & Reason 3:00 $20,000 Pyramid 3:30 Neighbors 4:00 General Hospital 4:30 One Life to Live 5:00 Edge of Night 5:30 Beverly Hillbillies 6:00 Happy Days 6:30 Eyewitness News (a title the station would bring back in the early 90s) 7:00 ABC Evening News 7:30 Hogan's Heroes 8:00 I Dream of Jeannie

8:30 Hollywood Squares 9:00 On the Rocks 9:30 ABC Monday Movie "On Her Majesty's Secret Service" (pt 1) 11:00 Rich Man, Poor Man mid. Eyewitness News 12:30 Monday Night Special: The 4th David Frost Guinness Book WAGM 8-CBS/NBC/ABC Presque Isle 8:00 Today 10:00 Captain Kangaroo 11:00 Price is Right noon Gambit 12:30 Love of Life 12:54 CBS Midday News 1:00 Young & the Restless 1:30 Search for Tomorrow 2:00 Ryan's Hope 2:30 As the World Turns 3:30 Guiding Light 4:00 All in the Family 4:30 Match Game 5:00 Edge of Night 5:30 Merv Griffin 7:00 WAGM Newsline 7:30 CBS Evening News 8:00 To Tell the Truth 8:30 America "The Arsenal" 9:00 Rhoda 9:30 Phyllis 10:00 All in the Family 10:30 Maude 11:00 Medical Center mid. Telejournal News (relay from WABI Bangor? IIRC WABI and WAGM carried a lot of the same syndied programs) 12:30 CBS Late Movie "Message to My Daughter" CBGAT 9-SRC Matane 10:15 Les Oraliens 10:30 Les 100 tours de Centour 10:45 En mouvement 11:00 Du soleil a 5 cents 11:15 Au jardin de Pierrot 11:30 Conseil-express noon Les recettes de Juliette 12:30 Noelle aux quatre vents 1:00 Les aventures de M. Magoo (Mr. Magoo) 1:30 Les Coqueluches 2:30 Le Telejournal 2:35 Femme d'aujourd'hui 3:30 Cinema "Jours d'amour" 5:00 Bobino 5:30 Fanfreluche 6:00 Salto mortale 6:30 Ce soir 7:30 Actualite regionale 8:00 Tour de semaine

8:30 Magazine olympique 9:00 Y a pas de probleme 9:30 Avec le temps 10:00 Tele-Selection "Sortilege" 11:30 Le Telejournal 11:55 Nouvelles du sport mid. Jalna 1:00 La brigade des Malefices CBAFT 11-SRC Moncton 10:15 Les Oraliens 10:30 Les 100 tours de Centour 10:45 En mouvement 11:00 Du soleil a 5 cents 11:15 Au jardin de Pierrot 11:30 Conseil-express noon Les recettes de Juliette 12:30 Daktari 1:30 Les Coqueluches 2:30 Le Telejournal 2:35 Femme d'aujourd'hui 3:30 Cinema "Jours d'amour" 5:00 Bobino 5:30 Fanfreluche 6:00 Noelle aux quatre vents 6:30 Nouvelles 7:00 Le Telejournal 7:30 Les aventures de M. Magoo 8:00 Quelle famille! 8:30 Magazine olympique 9:00 Y a pas de probleme 9:30 Avec le temps 10:00 Tele-Selection "Sortilege" 11:30 Le Telejournal 11:50 Nouvelles regionales 11:55 Nouvelles du sport mid. Jalna 1:00 La brigade des Malefices CKAM 12-ATV/CTV/CBC Upsalquitch Lake (a semi-satellite of CKCW and CHSJ, it would become a full relay of CKCW in the fall when CHSJ launched relays in the North Shore/Miramichi region) 9:00 Mr. Dressup 9:30 Gilligan's Island 10:00 Romper Room 11:00 Sesame Street noon Cartoons 12:30 Flintstones 1:00 Midday Matinee "Home from the Hill" (pt 1) 2:30 Take 30 3:00 Celebrity Cooks 3:30 Edge of Night 4:00 Forest Rangers 4:30 Coming Up Rosie 5:00 Hi Diddle Day 5:30 NB Today 6:00 ATV Evening News

6:30 Price is Right 7:00 Good Times 7:30 Maude 8:00 Rhoda 8:30 Front Page Challenge 9:00 All in the Family 9:30 Chico & the Man 10:00 CBC Newsmagazine 10:30 Man Alive 11:00 The National 11:20 Special Assignment 11:25 ATV Late News (fed from Moncton) 11:35 Norm Perry CHAU 5-SRC/TVA Carleton 1:00 Nouvelles et sports de CHAU-TV 1:15 Avis de deces (obits) And I always thought WNEM in Bay City, Michigan was the first with televised obits. Quote from: Bluenoser on February 22, 2011, 08:27:36 AM WEMT 7-ABC Bangor (would become WVII later that year) 6:00 Happy Days Delayed from 11:30AM ET, due to Jim Bakker. Quote from: Bluenoser on February 22, 2011, 08:27:36 AM 9:30 ABC Monday Movie "On Her Majesty's Secret Service" (pt 1) This was an infamous version in which an action scene was reused by ABC as an introduction to the film, with a voice-over imposter setting the scene. They broadcasted this special version only twice (again in 1980), with all other broadcasts of the film the original version. Retro: Central Oregon Mon, Jan 1, 1979 from TV Guide-Eugene edition 2 KATU-ABC Portland 3 KVDO-PBS Salem 4 Eugene Cable 4: programs from KTVU Oakland and KTXL Sacramento 5 KOBI-ABC/CBS Medford 6 KOIN-CBS Portland 7 KOAC-PBS Corvallis 7* Eugene Cable 7: programs from KOAC and KGW 8 KGW-NBC Portland 9 KEZI-ABC Eugene 11 Eugene Cable 11: programs from local KOZY, plus KATU and KGW 12 KPTV-Ind Portland 13 KVAL-NBC/CBS Eugene 21 KTVZ-NBC/CBS Bend Morning 6:00 6 Gary Randall 9 Ag-USA

6:15 7* Villa Alegre 8 Exercises 6:30 2 Viewpoint on Nutrition 4 New Mickey Mouse Club 6 CBS Morning News 8-13-21 Today 9 Romper Room 12 Not for Women Only (gay rights launches a 5-part series on homosexuality) 6:45 7* Exercises 7:00 2-5-9 Good Morning America 4 Cartoon Town 12 New Zoo Revue 7:30 4 Romper Room 6 Captain Kangaroo 12 Ramblin' Rod 8:00 3 Bumpity 4 Rose Parade Countdown (live, from which station?) 7-7* Over Easy (guest Cesar Romero) 8:25 4 Tournament of Roses Parade 8:30 3 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 6-8-13-21 Tournament of Roses Parade 7-7* TBA 12 Archies 9:00 2-11 Dinah! (celebrating 5 years on the air; guests include Sammy Davis Jr, Johnny Carson, Rich Little, Dick Clark, Mike Connors, Betty White, and Alan Ludden) 3 TBA 5 Ironside 7-7* Sesame Street 9 Good Morning Oregon 12 Marcus Welby, MD 9:30 9 700 Club 10:00 2-5-11 Happy Days 3 Movie "The Plough and the Stars (bw) 7-7* Movie "Tom Brown's School Days" (bw)

12 Bonanza 10:30 2-5-11 $20,000 Pyramid 4 Opera: Die Fledermaus 11:00 2-5-9 Sugar Bowl: Penn State takes on Alabama for the national title in New Orleans 6 Cotton Bowl: Notre Dame v Houston, at Dallas 8-13-21 Card Sharks 11 Peter Gunn (bw) 12 Tic Tac Dough (return) 11:20 7-7* TBA 11:30 3 Electric Company 7-7* Third Testament 8-13-21 Jeopardy! 11 PTL Club 12 New Joker's Wild Afternoon noon 3 Appleseed Man 8 News 12 Perry Mason (bw) 13-21 High Rollers 12:30 3-7-7* TBA 8-13-21 Another World 1:00 3 Movie "The Little Princess" 7-7* Movie "Tight Little Island" (bw) 12 Movie "The Golden Voyage of Sinbad" 1:30 8-13-21 Rose Bowl Pregame Show 11 Celebrity 1:45 4 Hollywood & the Stars (bw; pt 1/profiles Frank Sinatra) 8-13-21 Rose Bowl: Michigan v USC, at Pasadena 2:00 2 Mary Tyler Moore 5 Family Feud 6 Cotton Bowl Festival Parade 9 Movie "The Wild Bunch" 2:20 4 Hollywood & the Stars (bw; pt 2/looks at Fabian)

2:30 2-5 Ryan's Hope 3 Over Easy (Romero) 7-7* Lilias, Yoga & You 11 Robin Hood (bw) 3:00 2-5 All My Children 3 Better Way 4 Woody Woodpecker 7-7* Keep It Running 11 Wire Service (bw) 12 Andy Griffith (bw) 3:30 3 MacNeil-Lehrer Report 6 Mike Douglas (co-host Jimmy Stewart/guests Burt Reynolds, Carol Burnett, Chad Everett, LA Mayor Tom Bradley, and Anne Murray) 7-7* Folk Guitar 12 New Mickey Mouse Club 4:00 2-11 Family Feud 3 Lilias, Yoga & You 4 Tom & Jerry 5 As the World Turns 7-7* Sesame Street 12 Flintstones 4:30 2-11 Dinah! (guests Billy & Janice Crystal, Patrick & Carlyn Duffy, and Bruce Boxleitner & Kathryn Holcomb) 3 Inner View 4 Spiderman 9-12 Gilligan's Island 5:00 3 Grin & Bear It 4 Captain Cosmic & His Amazing Robot 2-T-2 5-6 News 7-7* Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 8-13-21 Orange Bowl: Nebraska v Oklahoma, at Miami 9 Six Million Dollar Man 12 Bewitched 5:30 2-11 News 3 Oregon's Colonial Heritage 4 Bewitched 5 ABC World News Tonight 7-7* Electric Company 12 Adam-12 Evening 6:00 2-11 ABC World News Tonight

3 Sesame Street 4 Six Million Dollar Man 5-9 News 6 CBS Evening News 7-7* TBA 12 Emergency One! 6:30 2-11 News 5 CBS Evening News 6 Carol Burnett & Friends (guests Ken Berry and Eydie Gorme) 7-7* Family-Patient Teaching Preview 9 ABC World News Tonight 7:00 2-11 Cross-Wits 3 Dick Cavett (guest John Irving) 4 Odd Couple 5 Alias Smith & Jones 6 Merv Griffin (guests Robert Urich, Bernadette Peters, and Charlie Hill) 7-7* MacNeil-Lehrer Report 9 Joker's Wild 12 I Love Lucy (bw) 7:30 2-11 Family Feud 3 TBA 4 NBA: Golden State-Seattle 7-7* Flakes 9 Carol Burnett & Friends 12 Hogan's Heroes 8:00 2-5-9 Rona Barrett (Rona looks back at the top stories of 1978 and interviews John Travolta, Priscilla Presley, Steve Martin, Robin Williams, and John Belushi) 3 Priceless Treasures of Dresden 6 White Shadow 7-7* Soundstage (look back at the 1978 Down Beat Reader`s Poll Awards) 8 Movie `Doctor Dolittle` 11 700 Club 12 Movie `Gentlemen Prefer Blondes` 13-21 News 8:30 13 Mary Tyler Moore 21 Wonderful World of Disney (professor Von Drake looks at American Folk Heroes; 1 day delay as 21 aired 60 Minutes in Disney`s regular Sunday 7pm slot) 9:00 2-5-9 ABC Theatre `Breaking Up` 3 Duchess of Duke Street (pt 11) 6 M*A*S*H 7-7* Lightning 13 Julie Andrews & Robert Goulet in Concert 9:30

4 Love, American Style 6 One Day at a Time 7-7* Visions 11 Victory at Sea 21 Spider-Man 10:00 3 Third Testament 4-12 News 6 Lou Grant 11 Movie `The Senator was Indiscreet`(bw) 13 Movie ``In Search of Ancient Astronauts` 10:30 12 Newsmakers 21 When Havoc Struck 11:00 2-5-6-8-9-13-21 News 4 Love Experts 7-7* Dick Cavett (guest William Gibson) 12 Chico & the Man 11:30 2-5-9 Police Story 4 Love Experts 6 Rockford Files 7-7* Americana 8-13-21 Tonight Show (guest host Martin Mull welcomes Abigail Van Buren and Joe WIlliams) 12 Everyday (guest Harry Chapin performs solo and also with his brother Tom, a show regular, and his dad Jim) Late Night midnight 4 Movie `The Horn Blows at Midnight`(bw) 12:30 12 Gambit 12:40 6 Movie `Sunday in New York` 1:00 8-13 Tomorrow (Tom takes a ride on the Goodyear Blimp) 1:45 4 Movie `Les Miserables`(bw) 2:35 6 Peter Gunn (bw) 3:05 6 Star Performance (bw) 3:35 6 Mr. Lucky (bw)

4:00 4 Movie `Night and the City`(bw) Retro: Kansas Sun, Feb 26, 1961 from TV Guide-Kansas State edition KCKT 2-Great Bend/KGLD 11-Garden City (NBC) noon Cartoon Time 12:30 Political Film 1:00 Film Varieties 1:30 NBA: Boston-Detroit (Marty Glickman with the action) 3:30 Truth in Love 4:00 Celebrity Golf: Hoagy Carmichael takes on Sam Snead at the Lakeside Country Club in North Hollywood; Hoagy has a 5-stroke handicap 4:30 Chet Huntley (he looks at the famine in mainland China; also Dr. Maurice H. Alberton with his views on the Peace Corps) 5:00 Meet the Press (c/guest Liberian Ambassador to the US George A. Padmore; Ned Brooks moderates) 5:30 People are Funny (which aired in Wichita the following Wed at 9:30) 6:00 Shirley Temple "Emmy Lou" (c) 7:00 National Velvet "Grandpa" 7:30 Tab Hunter 8:00 Dinah Shore (c/guests James Garner, Paul Anka, and Al Hirt's jazz sextet) 9:00 Loretta Young "The Choice" 9:30 This is Your Life (profiled tonight is a women who has often used her talents to help distressed people) 10:00 News 10:15 Weather 10:20 Organ Music (Elson Clark) 10:35 Hollywood Theater "Rise and Shine" News/Weather/Sports follows the movie KARD 3-NBC Wichita 9:30 Living Word 9:45 Sacred Heart "Woman's Gift to Society" 10:00 Portraits in Print 10:30 The Answer "Anniversary" 11:00 Gospel House "Passing Through the Sea" (the junior choir is from Bethel Methodist Church, Spartanburg SC) 11:30 Bible Hour "So Great the Light" (celebrating the 125th anniversary of the American Bible Society's work with the blind) noon Hand Arts (Shari Lewis) 12:30 Music Time (Wichita U Prof. Arthur Neuman, a baritone, presents examples of German leider, accompanied by William Bush) 1:00 Ideas in Action "What is Kansas?" (Wichita U Dean of Faculties Dr. Emory Lindquist talks on Kansas history) 1:30 NBA: Boston-Detroit 3:30 Ask Washington 4:00 Celebrity Golf 4:30 Chet Huntley 5:00 Meet the Press (c) 5:30 Pony Express "Mail for a Male" 6:00 Shirley Temple "Emmy Lou" (c)

7:00 National Velvet "Grandpa" 7:30 Tab Hunter 8:00 Dinah Shore (c) 9:00 Loretta Young "The Choice" 9:30 This is Your Life 10:00 News/Weather/Sports 10:15 San Francisco Beat "Danny Burke Case" 10:45 Deadline "Hot Stuff" 11:15 News KTVC 6-Ensign/KAYS 7-Hays/KAKE 10-Wichita (ABC) Programs before 12 noon air on ch 10 only 10:30 Today's Religion 11:00 Count of Monte Cristo 11:30 Meet the Professor (Dr. Henry Lee Smith Jr., chairman of the dept. of Anthropolgy & Linguistics, U of Buffalo) noon Bengal Lancers 12:30 Pip the Piper "Sports Day" 1:00 Movie "Gilda" (a re-run from last night's late show, which went by Best of Hollywood) 3:00 Almanac Newsreel 3:30 Championship Bridge: Wingate Bixby/Constantine Plastis v last week's victors, B. Jay Becker/Dorothy Hayden 4:00 Paul Winchell (guests Carl & Faith Simpson, and Lennie & Marge Ross) 4:30 Rocky & His Friends (in what must have been a pretty neat trick, Bullwinkle gets police protection from 2 bobbies...Boris and Natasha Cheesy) 5:00 Matty's Funday Funnies 5:30 Walt Disney "White Man's Medicine" (conclusion) 6:30 Maverick "Maverick at Law" 7:30 Lawman "Detweiler's Kid" 8:00 Rebel "The Last Drink" 8:30 Islanders "Island Witness" 9:30 Winston Churchill "The Torch is Lit" (Allied forces land in Algeria on November 8, 1942; Field Marshals Montgomery and Alanbrooke are interviewed) 10:00 News 10:15 Weather 10:20 Sports 10:30 Night Watch "Cry Havoc" Cartoons and news follow the movie KTVH 12-CBS Wichita/Hutchinson 9:00 Revival Hour 9:30 Social Security (part 1) 9:45 Christian Science "The Kingdom of God is Within You" 10:00 This is the Life "Pot of Gold" 10:30 Cartoon Time 11:00 Broadway Christian Church (Wichita area church) noon Oral Roberts "The Seven Divine Aids for Your Health" (from Anaheim) 12:30 Political Film 1:00 I Love Lucy 1:30 Sunday Sports Spectacular "Jackie Gleason with Putter and Cue" (the Great One takes on Arnold Palmer on the links of Pennsylvania's Shawnee Country Club, Shawnee-on-Delware; and then takes on Willie Mosconi in pocket and regular billiards; Bud Palmer is there for the fun) 3:00 Leonard Bernstein "Oedipus Rex" (pre-empts Music at Twilight) 4:30 GE College Bowl: Fairleigh Dickinson U (Rutherford NJ) v Skidmore College (Saratoga Springs NY) 5:00 Decoy

5:30 Twentieth Century "France in Ferment" (how the Algerian war affects life in France) 6:00 Lassie 6:30 Dennis the Menace "Dennis Goes to Camp" 7:00 Ed Sullivan (guests Dolores Gray, Spike Jones, Shari Lewis, Henny Youngman, Frank Gorshin, and the juggling Piero Brothers) 8:00 GE Theater "Image of a Doctor" 8:30 Jack Benny (Mel Blanc plays Dr. von Strunheimer) 9:00 Candid Camera (Dorothy Collins tells pedestrians she has a flat tire...only trouble is, there's no tires at all on her car Grin) 9:30 What's My Line? (guest panelist Joey Bishop) 10:00 News 10:15 Weather 10:20 Sports 10:30 Open End "Nuclear Weapons and National Survival" (David Susskind in discussion with physicists Herman Kahn and Linus Pauling; Sane Nuclear Policy Committee bigwig Norman Thomas; and Yale political science prof William W. Kaufmann) mid. News Retro: Central Florida Tuesday, February 20, 1973 From TV Guide, Central Florida Edition: WESH Ch. 2 Daytona Beach/Orlando (NBC) 6 AM Your Future Is Now 6:30 Garner Ted Armstrong 7 AM Today (Maureen O'Sullivan, a former "Today" regular, returns to talk about her play "No Sex, Please, We're British." Frank McGee hosts.) 9 AM Phil Donahue (cardiologist Meyer Friedman discusses how to spot likely heart-attack victims among men 35-55) 10 AM Dinah's Place (guest: Don Rickles) 10:30 Concentration 11 AM Sale Of The Century 11:30 Hollywood Squares (John Davidson, Harvey Korman, Rose Marie, Sally Struthers, columnist Army Archerd, Wally Cox, Charley Weaver, Paul Lynde) 12 N Jeopardy! 12:30 News 12:55 NBC News (Floyd Kalber) 1 PM I Love Lucy 1:30 Three On A Match 2 PM Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 3:30 Return To Peyton Place 4 PM Somerset 4:30 Bonanza 5:30 News 6:30 NBC News (John Chancellor) 7 PM To Tell The Truth 7:30 I've Got A Secret 8 PM NBC Movie: "Fools' Parade" 10 PM NBC Reports: second of two reports on the military

in the '70s examines the need for the billion-dollar aircraft carrier CVN 70 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show (guest: Lawrence Welk, whose autobiography "Wunnerful! Wunnerful!" had just been published) WEDU Ch. 3 Tampa (PBS) In-school programs until 4 PM Sesame Street 5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 5:30 Electric Company 6 PM Sesame Street 7 PM Your Future Is Now 7:30 Sew Easy 8 PM Book Beat 8:30 Bill Moyers' Journal (the Catholic Worker movement, which helps the homeless and destitute) 9 PM Behind The Lines 9:30 Black Journal (commemorating the eighth anniversary of the assassination of Malcolm X) 10 PM Battle Of Antietam: A View From The Ranks WDBO (WKMG) Ch. 6 Orlando (CBS) 6:15 Sunshine Almanac 6:30 Sunrise Semester: "Personality Theory And Creativity" 7 AM CBS News (John Hart) 8 AM Captain Kangaroo (from Washington, the Captain visits the Capitol and discusses the Constitution) 9 AM Perry Mason (watch for Doris Singleton, Carolyn Appleby on "I Love Lucy") 10 AM Beat The Clock 10:30 Price Is Right 11 AM Gambit 11:30 Love Of Life 12 N Where The Heart Is 12:25 CBS News (Douglas Edwards) 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM 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 Merv Griffin (Burt Reynolds, Mike Connors, Lois Nettleton, actor Jim Hampton) 5:30 Hogan's Heroes 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News (Walter Cronkite) 7 PM Truth Or Consequences 7:30 What's My Line? 8 PM The Cat In The Hat (pre-empts "Maude") 8:30 Hawaii Five-O 9:30 The TV Comedy Years (Ed Sullivan reviews tbe

comedy hits of 1948-73) 11 PM News 11:30 CBS Movie: "10 Rillington Place" WFLA Ch. 8 Tampa (NBC) 6:15 Today In Florida 7 AM Today 9 AM Movie: "The Pumpkin Eater" 10:20 Fashions In Sewing 10:30 Concentration 11 AM Sale Of The Century 11:30 Hollywood Squares 12 N Jeopardy! 12:30 Who, What Or Where 12:55 NBC News 1 PM News 1:30 Three On A Match 2 PM Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 3:30 Return To Peyton Place 4 PM Somerset 4:30 Merv Griffin 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News 7 PM What's My Line? 7:30 To Tell The Truth 8 PM NBC Movie: "Fools' Parade" 10 PM NBC Reports 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show WFTV Ch. 9 Orlando (ABC) 6 AM Sunrise Jubilee 7 AM Bozo 8 AM Mike Douglas (co-host Joe Garagiola; Werner Klemperer, Prof. Julius Sumner Miller with some scientific experiments) 9 AM Movie: "Diamond Head" 11 AM Password (George Peppard, Linda Kaye Henning, one-week delay from 12 N) 11:30 Bewitched 12 N News 12:30 Split Second 1 PM All My Children 1:30 Let's Make A Deal 2 PM Newlywed Game 2:30 Dating Game 3 PM General Hospital 3:30 One Life To Live 4 PM Movie: "It Came From Outer Space" 5:30 News 6:30 ABC News (Howard K. Smith/Harry Reasoner) 7 PM Audubon Wildlife Theatre

7:30 Thrillseekers 8 PM Room 222 (delay from Fri 9 PM, Ch. 9 flip-flopped this and "Temperatures Rising") 8:30 ABC Movie: "A Brand New Life" (Cloris Leachman and Martin Balsam as a couple about to have their first child after 15 years of marriage) 10 PM Marcus Welby, M.D. 11 PM News 11:30 Dick Cavett (guests: the Louds, subject of PBS's "An American Family" and the producer of that series, Craig Gilbert) 1 AM Movie: "Synanon" WLCY (WTSP) Ch. 10 St. Petersburg (ABC) 7 AM Growing Things 7:15 Involvement 10 7:45 News 8 AM Morning Show 8:30 Fran Carlton 9 AM Romper Room 10 AM Leave It To Beaver 10:30 Paul Dixon (the Cincinnati talk-show (if that's what it was) legend with an unsuccessful syndicated show, about two years before he passed away) 11 AM I Love Lucy 11:30 Bewitched 12 N Password (Carolyn Jones, Dick Gautier) 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: "Hush...Hush, Sweet Charlotte" 6 PM I Dream Of Jeannie 6:30 ABC News 7 PM News (this came as a shock when I first saw this, because the entire time we lived in the Bay Area-June 1973 to October 1976--Ch. 10's local news aired at 5:30, followed by ABC News at 6) 7:30 Let's Make A Deal 8 PM Temperatures Rising 8:30 ABC Movie: "A Brand New Life" 10 PM Marcus Welby, M.D. 11 PM News 11:30 Dick Cavett WINK Ch. 11 Ft. Myers (CBS) 6:30 Sunshine Almanac 6:45 Good Morning 7 AM CBS News 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Jack LaLanne

9:30 Sesame Street 10:30 Merv Griffin 11:30 Love Of Life 12 N Where The Heart Is 12:25 CBS News 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM Joker's Wild (delay from 10 AM) 1:30 As The World Turns 2 PM Guiding Light 2:30 Edge Of Night 3 PM Love Is A Many Splendored Thing 3:30 Secret Storm 4 PM Vin Scully (Jack Klugman and Brett Somers are guests) 4:30 Mike Douglas (co-host Anthony Quinn; Otto Preminger, singers Karen Morrow and Bobby Womack) 6 PM News 7 PM CBS News 7:30 Parent Game 8 PM The Cat In The Hat 8:30 Hawaii Five-O 9:30 The TV Comedy Years 11 PM News 11:30 CBS Movie: "10 Rillington Place" WTVT Ch. 13 Tampa (CBS) 6 AM Breakfast Beat 7 AM CBS News 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Mike Douglas 10:30 Price Is Right 11 AM Gambit 11:30 Love Of Life 12 N News 12:25 CBS News 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM Where The Heart Is 1:25 Tampa Bay Topics 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 Perry Mason 5 PM Bonanza 6 PM News 7 PM CBS News 7:30 Truth Or Consequences 8 PM The Cat In The Hat 8:30 Hawaii Five-O 9:30 The TV Comedy Years 11 PM News 11:30 CBS Movie: "10 Rillington Place"

WUSF Ch. 16 Tampa (PBS) 3:30 Sunrise Semester: "The Heavenly Twins-Astronomy And Astrology" (day-behind, pre-empted on Ch. 13) 4 PM Anthropology 4:30 Issues In Music 5:30 Electric Company 6 PM Sesame Street 7 PM Anthropology 7:30 Sunrise Semester: "Personality Theory And Creativity" 8 PM Sunrise Semester: "The Heavenly Twins-Astronomy And Astrology" 8:30 Computer Systems 9 PM Personal Finance 9:30 Chemistry WBBH Ch. 20 Ft. Myers (NBC/ABC) 6:35 Potpourri 7 AM Today 9 AM What's Happening? (community calendar) 9:05 Man In A Suitcase 10 AM Dinah's Place 10:30 Concentration 11 AM Sale Of The Century 11:30 Hollywood Squares 12 N Jeopardy! 12:30 Who, What Or Where 12:55 News (local) 1 PM Brad Lacey (local) 1:30 Three On A Match 2 PM Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 3:30 Return To Peyton Place 4 PM Somerset 4:30 Daniel Boone 5:30 Truth Or Consequences 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News 7 PM Hollywood Squares (Nanette Fabray, Buddy Hackett, Michael Landon, Hope Lange, Barbara McNair, Jan Murray, Wally Cox, Charley Weaver, Paul Lynde) 7:30 Dragnet 8 PM NBC Movie: "Fools' Parade" 10 PM Marcus Welby, M.D. 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show 1 AM The Fugitive WMFE Ch. 24 Orlando (PBS) In-school programs until

4 PM Sesame Street 5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 5:30 Electric Company 6 PM Sesame Street 7 PM French Chef 7:30 Man And Environment 8 PM Book Beat 8:30 Bill Moyers' Journal 9 PM Movie: Sergei Eisenstein's "Ivan The Terrible-Part 1" (of what was intended as a three-parter and ended up as only two, from '43) WXLT (WWSB) Ch. 40 Sarasota (ABC) 9 AM New Zoo Revue 9:30 TV Talk (local) 10 AM Dinah's Place (pre-empted on Ch. Cool 10:30 Joker's Wild (pre-empted on Ch. 13) 11 AM Galloping Gourmet 11:30 Bewitched 12 N Password 12:30 Split Second 1 PM All My Children 1:30 Let's Make A Deal 2 PM Newlywed Game 2:30 Dating Game 3 PM General Hospital 3:30 One Life To Live 4 PM Love, American Style 4:30 Movie: "Lady From Louisiana" 6 PM News 6:30 ABC News 7 PM Mancini Generation (Mac Davis sings "Everybody Loves A Love Song") 7:30 Police Surgeon 8 PM Temperatures Rising 8:30 ABC Movie: "A Brand New Life" 10 PM Marcus Welby, M.D. 11 PM News 11:30 Dick Cavett WTOG Ch. 44 St. Petersburg (Ind.) 11:20 Early Show 11:25 Professor Kitzel 11:30 Ben Casey 12:30 Garner Ted Armstrong 1 PM Movie: "The Last Command" 3 PM New Zoo Revue 3:30 Underdog 4 PM Love, American Style (pre-empted on Ch. 10) 4:30 Addams Family 5 PM Batman (Walter Slezak as the Clock King) 5:30 Gilligan's Island 6 PM Get Smart

6:30 Gomer Pyle, USMC 7 PM Petticoat Junction 7:30 Hogan's Heroes 8 PM The Saint 9 PM Movie: "The Private Affairs Of Bel Ami" 11 PM One Step Beyond 11:30 Movie: "The Burglar" WLCY (WTSP) Ch. 10 St. Petersburg (ABC) 7 PM News (this came as a shock when I first saw this, because the entire time we lived in the Bay Area-June 1973 to October 1976--Ch. 10's local news aired at 5:30, followed by ABC News at 6) I believe ch. 10 carried local news at 5:30 and ABC News at 6 through the fall of 1979 at the latest, when the station (following their first year as WTSP) decided to move its local news to 6 (to compete with 8 and 13) and ABC News to 6:30 (to compete with the NBC Nightly News on 8). Even though ABC discontinued the 6 PM feed in 1982, it was becoming a thing of the past in the Eastern time zone by 1979; I know that by that time two North Carolina affiliates which had carried the 6 PM feed for years had moved their local news to 6 and "World News Tonight" to 6:30: WCTI and WLOS, and I keep thinking WVEC Norfolk also moved its news block to 6 PM (local) and 6:30 (ABC) around that time, but I'm not sure on that one. But back to Ch. 10: it's odd that, since 1969 at least, it had had a 5:30 local news followed by ABC News at 6, then for a short period in the 1972-73 season had ABC at 6:30 and local at 7, then--within three months after this retro date--was back to the former setup (and "I Dream Of Jeannie" again following the network news at 6:30). But IIRC, nothing really worked until Gulf Broadcasting bought the station and changed the call letters to WTSP, along with some strong management changes. And now that it's a CBS affiliate, I can't see the Eye Network dropping it; it's done better with CBS than it ever did with ABC. Personally I liked the fact that the Bay Area affiliates staggered the network news for so many years (ABC at 6, NBC at 6:30, CBS at 7) since--at least in our house--we watched two network newscasts: ABC and NBC. Retro: North Carolina Saturday, February 19, 1966 From TV Guide, North Carolina Edition: WFMY Ch. 2 Greensboro (CBS) 7 AM Sunrise Semester: "Age Of Rubens" 7:30 Movie: "Montana" 9 AM Heckle And Jeckle (COLOR) 9:30 Tennessee Tuxedo (COLOR) 10 AM Mighty Mouse (COLOR)

10:30 Linus The Lionhearted (COLOR) 11 AM Tom And Jerry (COLOR) 11:30 Quick Draw McGraw (COLOR) 12 N Sky King 12:30 Lassie 1 PM My Friend Flicka (COLOR) 1:30 Discovering America (COLOR) 1:45 Vic Bubas: Duke Basketball Highlights 2 PM ACC Basketball: Duke-Maryland 4 PM CBS Golf Classic: Bo Wininger and Tommy Bolt vs. Johnny Pott and Mason Rudolph in a firstround match (time approximate) 5 PM Wide World Of Sports (New York Athletic Club track meet, COLOR, ABC, pre-empted on Ch. Cool 6:30 CBS News (Roger Mudd) 7 PM News 7:30 Jackie Gleason 8:30 Secret Agent 9:30 The Loner (Lloyd Bridges as a former officer in the Civil War who roams the West, trying to forget the past--Rod Serling created this one) 10 PM Gunsmoke 11 PM News, Sports, Weather 11:20 Movie: "Goodbye My Lady" WBTV Ch. 3 Charlotte (CBS/ABC/NBC) 6:15 Sunrise Semester 6:45 News Of The Church 7 AM Rascals' Club (Fred Kirby) 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Heckle And Jeckle (COLOR) 9:30 Tennessee Tuxedo (COLOR) 10 AM Mighty Mouse (COLOR) 10:30 Beatles (ABC, COLOR--one cartoon is from one of their German albums: "Komm, Gib Mir Deine Hand"; "She Loves You") 11 AM Tom And Jerry (COLOR) 11:30 Quick Draw McGraw (COLOR) 12 N Sky King 12:30 Lassie 1 PM Pastors Face Your Questions 1:30 Let's Talk TV 1:45 Vic Bubas 2 PM ACC Basketball: Duke-Maryland 4 PM CBS Golf Classic (time approximate) 5 PM Flatt And Scruggs (guest: Stringbean) 5:30 Wilburn Brothers 6 PM Wrestling (from the studio: Aldo Bogni and Bronco Lubich vs. Tex McKenzie and Nelson Royal; Bob Orton vs. Abe Jacobs; Karl Gotch vs. John Gudiski) 6:50 Sports, News 7 PM Death Valley Days (COLOR) 7:30 Jackie Gleason 8:30 Secret Agent

9:30 Get Smart (COLOR, NBC, delay from 8:30) 10 PM Gunsmoke 11 PM News, Sports, Weather 11:20 Movie: "Battle Cry" WWAY Ch. 3 Wilmington, NC (ABC) 7:30 Billy Grammer (not to be confused with Billy Graham and no relation to Kelsey Grammer, this is country music) 8 AM Cartoons 9 AM Bannon's Buddies (longtime WWAY personality Art Bannon hosts this kids' show) 10 AM Porky Pig (COLOR) 10:30 Beatles (COLOR) 11 AM New Casper Cartoon Show (COLOR) 11:30 Magilla Gorilla 12 N Bugs Bunny (COLOR) 12:30 Milton The Monster (COLOR) 1 PM Hoppity Hooper (COLOR) 1:30 American Bandstand (The Mamas and the Papas do "California Dreamin'" and Bob Lind does "Elusive Butterfly".) 2:30 Teen Scene (local) 3:30 Pro Bowlers Tour (Fresno PBA Open) 5 PM Wide World Of Sports (World Two-Man Bobsledding Championships, 24 Hours of Daytona, All-American Water-Ski Championships; despite the in-pattern time, this is a delay of at least a week.) 6:30 Trails West 7 PM Zorro 7:30 Ozzie And Harriet (again, in-pattern time but delayed telecast and not in color) 8 PM Donna Reed 8:30 Lawrence Welk (the Music Makers salute Brotherhood Week) (COLOR) 9:30 Hollywood Palace (host Bing Crosby; Tammy Grimes, Nanette Fabray, Jackie Mason, David Frost, the Cully Richards comic pantomimists, the Del Morales acrobatic troupe, comic instrumentalists the Harris Nelson Family) (COLOR) 10:30 Country Cousins 11:30 Movie: "War Of The Colossal Beast" WUNC Ch. 4 Chapel Hill (NET) off air on Saturday WRAL Ch. 5 Raleigh (ABC) 6:30 Lone Ranger 7 AM Movies: "Rulers Of The Sea" and "The H-Man" (latter a Japanese sci-fi flick) 9:30 Milton The Monster (COLOR) 10 AM Porky Pig (COLOR) 10:30 Beatles (COLOR) 11 AM New Casper Cartoon Show (COLOR)

11:30 Magilla Gorilla 12 N Wide World Of Sports (same as WWAY) 1:30 American Bandstand 2:30 Teenage Frolics 3 PM Bugs Bunny (ABC show, COLOR) 3:30 Pro Bowlers Tour 5 PM Wrestling (from the studio) 6 PM Flatt And Scruggs 6:30 Wilburn Brothers 7 PM Porter Wagoner 7:30 Let's Go To The Races (COLOR) 8 PM Donna Reed 8:30 Lawrence Welk (COLOR) 9:30 Hollywood Palace (COLOR) 10:30 Ozzie And Harriet (delay from 7:30 tonight) (COLOR) 11 PM ABC News (anchor not given) 11:15 Dateline (local news) 11:25 Movie: "The Goddess" (based on the life of Marilyn Monroe, who was still alive when this movie came out in '58) WECT Ch. 6 Wilmington (NBC/CBS) 8 AM Maverick 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 The First Look (caves, COLOR) 12:30 Exploring (the era of World War I and its immediate aftermath, 1914-1920, COLOR) 1 PM Roller Derby 2 PM ACC Basketball: Duke-Maryland 4 PM Littlest Hobo (time approximate) 4:30 Hennesey 5 PM Shell's Wonderful World Of Golf (Bobby Nichols vs. Ramon Sota, from Madrid) (COLOR) 6 PM News, Sports, Weather 6:30 Scherer-MacNeil Report (Ray Scherer, Robert MacNeil) 7 PM Dick Van Dyke (CBS, delay from Wed 9:30) 7:30 Flipper (COLOR) 8 PM Let's Go To The Races (COLOR) 8:30 Get Smart (COLOR) 9 PM NBC Movie: "Meet Me In Las Vegas" (COLOR) 11:15 Twin State Trio 11:45 Movie: "Three Sundays To Live" WITN Ch. 7 Washington, NC (NBC) 7 AM Clutch Cargo 7:30 Space Angel 8 AM Hospitality House

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 Laramie (COLOR) 1 PM Movie: "13 Ghosts" 3 PM High School Highlights 3:30 National Velvet 4 PM The Lieutenant 5 PM Shell's Wonderful World Of Golf (COLOR) 6 PM News, Sports, Weather 6:30 Scherer-MacNeil Report 7 PM Let's Go To The Races 7:30 Flipper (COLOR) 8 PM I Dream Of Jeannie (NBC's last remaining black-and-white primetime show) 8:30 Get Smart (COLOR) 9 PM NBC Movie: "Meet Me In Las Vegas" (COLOR) 11:15 News, Sports, Weather 11:30 Movie: "Big Leaguer" WGHP Ch. 8 High Point (ABC) 6:30 Aspect (farm show) 7 AM Farm And Home Hour 7:30 Swordsmen (gospel music) 8 AM Little Rascals 9 AM Woody Woodpecker 9:30 Roger Ramjet 10 AM Porky Pig (COLOR) 10:30 Beatles (COLOR) 11 AM New Casper Cartoon Show (COLOR) 11:30 Magilla Gorilla 12 N Bugs Bunny (COLOR) 12:30 Milton The Monster (COLOR) 1 PM Hoppity Hooper (COLOR) 1:30 American Bandstand 2:30 American Sportsman: actor Alex Cord, using only a lasso, tries to capture a mountain lion treed by dogs; Gen. Curtis LeMay hunts for grouse; Lee Wulff fishes for Atlantic salmon off the coast of Newfoundland, one-time delay from Sun 4 PM, COLOR) 3:30 Pro Bowlers Tour 5 PM Wrestling (from the studio: Aldo Bogni and Bronco Lubich vs. Steve Bolus and Alex Medina; Tex McKenzie and Nelson Royal vs. Red Roberts and Jim Grabmire) 6 PM Porter Wagoner 6:30 Wilburn Brothers 7 PM Littlest Hobo 7:30 Ozzie And Harriet (COLOR) 8 PM Let's Go To The Races (COLOR) 8:30 Lawrence Welk (COLOR) 9:30 Hollywood Palace (COLOR) 10:30 Focus (not the last time Ch. 8 will try a local public-

affairs program at this time; in 1971 it will be "Eyewitness Weekend Journal") 11 PM ABC News 11:15 Bill Hefner (country music live from the studio--Hefner is better known for WBTV's "Country Style Roundup" and as a member of the House of Representatives from North Carolina) WNCT Ch. 9 Greenville, NC (CBS) 6 AM Tobacco Workshop (Ch. 9 normally didn't sign on until 8 AM on Saturdays) 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Heckle And Jeckle (COLOR) 9:30 Tennessee Tuxedo (COLOR) 10 AM Mighty Mouse (COLOR) 10:30 Linus The Lionhearted (COLOR) 11 AM Tom And Jerry (COLOR) 11:30 Quick Draw McGraw (COLOR) 12 N Sky King 12:30 Lassie 1 PM My Friend Flicka (COLOR) 1:30 Lone Ranger 2 PM ACC Basketball: Duke-Maryland 4 PM CBS Golf Classic (time approximate) 5 PM Lloyd Thaxton 6 PM Arthur Smith 6:30 Wilburn Brothers 7 PM Porter Wagoner 7:30 Jackie Gleason 8:30 Secret Agent 9:30 The Loner 10 PM Gunsmoke 11 PM News, Sports, Weather 11:15 Movie: "Flamingo Road" (inspired an NBC primetime soap in the early '80s) WSOC Ch. 9 Charlotte (NBC/ABC/CBS) 7 AM Sgt. Preston Of The Yukon 7:30 Swingin' Society (COLOR) 8 AM Astroboy 8:30 Bullwinkle (ABC, delay from Sun 11 AM, not in color) 9 AM Bugs Bunny (ABC, delay from noon, not in color) 9:30 Atom Ant (COLOR) 10 AM Porky Pig (COLOR) 10:30 Foreign Legionnaire 11 AM New Casper Cartoon Show (COLOR) 11:30 Magilla Gorilla 12 N Kilgo's Kanteen (Charlotte legend Jimmy Kilgo) 1 PM Ernest Tubb 1:30 Gadabout Gaddis 2 PM Wide World Of Sports (same as WWAY and WRAL) 3:30 Pro Bowlers Tour 5 PM Jimmy Dean (the Andrews Sisters, Billy Grammer, Staff Sgt. Barry ("Ballad Of The Green Berets") Sadler, ABC,

delay from Fri 10 PM) 6 PM Patty Duke (ABC, delay from Wed 8 PM) 6:30 The Farmer's Daughter (ABC, delay from Fri 9:30, not in color) 7 PM Littlest Hobo 7:30 Flipper (COLOR) 8 PM Donna Reed 8:30 Lawrence Welk (COLOR) 9:30 I Dream Of Jeannie (delay from 8 PM) 10 PM Movie: "Written On The Wind" (topical because it was an Oscar winner for Dorothy Malone, then playing on "Peyton Place") (COLOR) 12:15 The Saint WTVD Ch. 11 Durham (CBS/NBC) 6:30 Space Soldiers 7:30 Secret Squirrel (COLOR) 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Heckle And Jeckle (COLOR) 9:30 Atom Ant (COLOR) 10 AM Mighty Mouse (COLOR) 10:30 Underdog (COLOR) 11 AM Tom And Jerry (COLOR) 11:30 Quick Draw McGraw (COLOR) 12 N Sky King 12:30 Lassie 1 PM Wild Kingdom (NBC, delay from Sun 5 PM and not in color) 1:30 Sportsview (local, with Ch. 11 sportscaster Ernie Greup) 1:45 Vic Bubas 2 PM ACC Basketball: Duke-Maryland 4 PM CBS Golf Classic (time approximate) 5 PM Shell's Wonderful World Of Golf (COLOR) 6 PM Flipper (delay from 7:30, COLOR) 6:30 Walt Disney's Wonderful World Of Color: "The Legend Of Young Dick Turpin," Part 1 of 2 (NBC, delay from Sun 7:30, COLOR) 7:30 Jackie Gleason 8:30 Man From U.N.C.L.E. (NBC, delay from Fri 10 PM, COLOR) 9:30 Branded (NBC, delay from Sun 8:30, COLOR) 10 PM Gunsmoke 11 PM News, Sports, Weather 11:15 Saturday Night Country Style (local, with Jim Thornton, who broadcast live from his club in Raleigh) WNBE (WCTI) Ch. 12 New Bern (ABC) 7 AM Robin Hood 7:30 TBA 8 AM Telestory Time 8:15 Movie: "The Cowboy And The Senorita" (Roy and Dale, from '44)

9:30 Kiddie Cartoon 10 AM Porky Pig (COLOR) 10:30 Beatles (COLOR) 11 AM New Casper Cartoon Show (COLOR) 11:30 Magilla Gorilla 12 N Bugs Bunny (COLOR) 12:30 Milton The Monster (COLOR) 1 PM Hoppity Hooper (COLOR) 1:30 American Bandstand 2:30 Robin Hood 3 PM Big Picture 3:30 Pro Bowlers Tour 5 PM Wide World Of Sports (same as WFMY, this is the in-pattern telecast, COLOR) 6:30 Sports Review 6:45 News, Weather 7 PM Town And Country Time 7:30 Ozzie And Harriet (COLOR) 8 PM Donna Reed 8:30 Lawrence Welk (COLOR) 9:30 Hollywood Palace (COLOR) 10:30 ABC Scope (this is the only station in North Carolina to carry "ABC Scope" in pattern; topic: the possibility of Chinese intervention in Vietnam) 10:45 News, Weather (that's what it says but I thought "ABC Scope" was a half-hour) 11 PM ABC News 11:15 Wrestling 12:15 Billy Grammer WSJS (WXII) Ch. 12 Winston-Salem (NBC) 7:30 Carolina Farm Report 8 AM Cartoon Carnival 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 The First Look (COLOR) 12:30 Exploring (COLOR) 1 PM International Zone (travelogue, IIRC) 1:30 Bachelor Father 2 PM Movie: "Marauders Of The Sea" (originally aired on the 1962 series "Sir Francis Drake") 4 PM Bachelor Father 4:30 British Calendar 4:45 Parsons To Persons 5 PM Shell's Wonderful World Of Golf (COLOR) 6 PM News, Sports, Weather 6:30 Scherer-MacNeil Report 7 PM Ernest Tubb 7:30 Flipper (COLOR) 8 PM I Dream Of Jeannie 8:30 Get Smart (COLOR)

9 PM NBC Movie: "Meet Me In Las Vegas" (COLOR) 11:15 News, Sports, Weather 11:30 Movie: "Blood Of Dracula" WCCB Ch. 36 (Ch. 18) Charlotte (ABC/CBS/NBC) 9 AM Jetsons (COLOR) 9:30 Film Feature 10 AM Secret Squirrel (COLOR) 10:30 Underdog (COLOR) 11 AM Top Cat (COLOR) 11:30 Fury 12 N The First Look (COLOR) 12:30 Milton The Monster (COLOR) 1 PM Hoppity Hooper (COLOR) 1:30 My Friend Flicka (CBS, delay from 1 PM, not in color) 2 PM Church Of Christ 2:30 Movies: "The Fighting Seabees" and "King Of The Newsboys" 5 PM Shell's Wonderful World Of Golf (COLOR) 6 PM Big Picture 6:30 Scherer-MacNeil Report (COLOR) 7 PM Movies: "Wolf Of New York" and "The Port Of 40 Thieves" 9 PM NBC Movie: "Meet Me In Las Vegas" (COLOR) 11:15 Information Please (not the old game show) 11:30 Saturday Tonight Show (Robert Merrill, Joan Rivers, singers Jack Haskell and Maureen Tomson--WSOC carried "The Tonight Show" during the week, COLOR) Retro: Montreal/Southern Quebec, Tuesday February 14, 1984 Source: Montreal Gazette by way of Google News Archive (CC)= closed captioned CBFT Channel 2 (SRC) 9:00am Sign on 9:05am Farbioles 9:30am En mouvement 9:45am Les 100 tours de centour 10:00am Passe-Partout 10:30am Felix et Ciboulette 10:45am Tape-Tambour 11:00am De bien belles choses 11:30am Les aventures de Virulysse 12:00pm Premiere Edition 12:20pm Telex Arts 12:30pm Allo Bou Bou 1:30pm Au jour le jour 2:00pm Cinema Le Coup de lescalier (1959, Odds Against Tomorrow) 4:00pm Bobino 4:30pm Minibus 5:00pm Lincroyable Hulk (The Incredible Hulk) 6:00pm Montreal ce soir

6:30pm Avis de recherch 7:00pm Le vagabond (CC) 7:30pm Monsieur le ministre (CC) 8:00pm Cinema Sybil (1976) (part 2 of 2) 10:00pm Le Telejournal (Bernard Derome) 10:30pm Le Point 11:00pm Le nouvelles des sport/Telex arts 11:20pm XIVe Jeux Olympiques dHiver (XIV Winter Olympics) 12:20am Cinema LAmericain (1969) followed by sign off WCAX Channel 3 (CBS) Burlington, Vt. 6:00am CBS Early Morning News 7:00am CBS Morning News 9:00am Hour Magazine 10:00am The New $25,000 Pyramid 10:30am Press Your Luck 11:00am The Price is Right 12:00pm The News 12:10pm Across the Fence 12:30pm The Young and the Restless 1:30pm As The World Turns 2:30pm Capitol 3:00pm Guiding Light 4:00pm Alice 4:30pm The Waltons 5:30pm Taxi 6:00pm The News 7:00pm CBS Evening News 7:30pm Family Feud 8:00pm Special: Disneys Valentine Party (animated) 9:00pm CBS Tuesday Night Movies Gone With The Wind (1939, part 1 of 2) 11:00pm The Late News 11:30pm Soap 12:00am Hawaii Five-O 1:00am Sign off CBOT Channel 4 (CBC) Ottawa 8:40am Sign on 8:45am The Friendly Giant 9:00am Wok with Yan 9:30am Quebec Schools 10:00am Canadian Schools 10:30am Mr. Dressup 11:00am Sesame Street 12:00pm Newsday 12:30pm All in the Family 1:00pm All My Children 2:00pm Take 30 2:30pm Coronation Street 3:00pm Tales of the Klondike 4:00pm Do It for Yourself 4:30pm The Edison Twins 5:00pm Happy Days Again 5:30pm Threes Company 6:00pm Newsday

7:00pm 1984 Winter Olympics (Scheduled: dance free and mens short figure skating, womens giant slalom, mens 1000 metre speed skating, 10-km biathlon) 8:00pm The Fifth Estate (Hana Gartner talks to several people who worked on the Ocean Ranger, the worlds largest floating oil rig which sunk off the coast of Newfoundland in early 1982) (repeat) 9:00pm Threes Company 9:30pm Oh, Madeline 10:00pm The National (Knowlton Nash) 10:20pm The Journal 11:00pm The National Update 11:05pm Newsday Final 11:25pm Barney Miller 11:55pm CBC Late Night Shining Victory (1941) 1:55am Sign off CFCM Channel 4 (TVA) Quebec City 6:55am Sign on 7:00am Marc Legrand 7:15am Dessin Animes 7:30am Bonjour7h30 8:30am Danse aerobique 9:00am Tele-Ressources 10:00am LAnimatheque 10:30am Entre nous 11:30am Capitaine Cosmos 12:00pm Aujordhui12h00 12:30pm Cine-Quiz Romeo et Juliette (1968, Romeo and Juliet) 3:30pm LAnimatheque 4:00pm Grongo et cie 4:30pm Daniel Boone 5:30pm Nadjustez votre appareil 6:00pm Le 18 heures (Pierre Bruneau) 6:30pm Galaxie 7:00pm 1984 Winter Olympics (see CBOT Ch. 4 at 7pm for info) 9:00pm Belle Rive 9:30pm Michel Jasmin 10:30pm Le Nouvelles TVA 10:50pm Aujordhui 11:00pm Sports 11:20pm XIVe Jeux Olympiques dHiver (XIV Winter Olympics) 11:50pm Kojak 12:50am Sign off CKMI Channel 5 (CBC) Quebec City 8:40am Sign on 8:45am The Friendly Giant 9:00am Wok with Yan 9:30am Quebec Schools 10:00am Canadian Schools 10:30am Mr. Dressup 11:00am Sesame Street 12:00pm CBC News/Midday 12:30pm All in the Family 1:00pm All My Children 2:00pm Take 30 2:30pm Coronation Street 3:00pm Tales of the Klondike

4:00pm Do It for Yourself 4:30pm The Edison Twins 5:00pm The Price is Right 6:00pm The World Today 7:00pm 1984 Winter Olympics (see CBOT Ch. 4 at 7pm for info) 8:00pm The Fifth Estate (repeat) (see CBOT Ch. 4 at 8pm for info) 9:00pm Threes Company 9:30pm Oh, Madeline 10:00pm The National (Knowlton Nash) 10:20pm The Journal 11:00pm Quebec Today 11:25pm Barney Miller 11:55pm CBC Late Night Shining Victory (1941) 1:55am Sign off WPTZ Channel 5 (NBC) Plattsburgh, N.Y. 5:55am Sign on 6:00am Morning Stretch 6:30am NBC News at Sunrise 7:00am Today 9:00am Donahue 10:00am The Facts of Life (repeat) 10:30am Sale of the Century 11:00am Wheel of Fortune 11:30am Dream House 12:00pm More Real People 12:30pm Search for Tomorrow 1:00pm Days of Our Lives 2:00pm Another World 3:00pm Bugs Bunny and Friends 3:30pm Superfriends 4:30pm Love Connection 5:00pm The Peoples Court 5:30pm Entertainment Tonight 6:00pm Nightly News on 5 6:30pm NBC Nightly News 7:00pm Wheel of Fortune 7:30pm M*A*S*H 8:00pm The A-Team 9:00pm NBC Tuesday Night at the Movies Celebrity (Part 3) (1984,TVM) 11:00pm Nightly News on 5 11:30pm The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson (guests singer Eydie Gorme, food writer Calvin Trillin) 12:30am Late Night with David Letterman (guests comedian Martin Short, sex therapist Dr. Ruth Westheimer) 1:30am Sign off CBMT Channel 6 (CBC) 8:25am Sign on 8:30am Good Morning 8:45am The Friendly Giant 9:00am Wok with Yan 9:30am Quebec Schools 10:00am Canadian Schools 10:30am Mr. Dressup 11:00am Sesame Street

12:00pm CBC News/Midday 12:30pm All in the Family 1:00pm All My Children 2:00pm Take 30 2:30pm Coronation Street 3:00pm Tales of the Klondike 4:00pm Do It for Yourself 4:30pm The Edison Twins 5:00pm Happy Days Again 5:30pm Threes Company 6:00pm Newswatch 7:00pm 1984 Winter Olympics (see CBOT Ch. 4 at 7pm for info) 8:00pm The Fifth Estate (repeat) (see CBOT Ch. 4 at 8pm for info) 9:00pm Threes Company 9:30pm Oh, Madeline 10:00pm The National (Knowlton Nash) 10:20pm The Journal 11:00pm The National Update 11:05pm Newswatch 11:25pm Barney Miller 11:55pm CBC Late Night Shining Victory (1941) 1:55am Sign off CHLT Channel 7 (TVA) Sherbrooke 8:25am Sign on 8:30am LAnimatheque 9:00am Premiere heure 10:30am Entre nous 11:30am Capitaine Cosmos 12:00pm Les petits bonshommes 12:15pm Le Monde 12:30pm Cine-Quiz Romeo et Juliette (1968, Romeo and Juliet) 3:30pm Gronigo et cie 4:00pm LAnimatheque 4:30pm Daniel Boone 5:30pm Nadjustez votre appareil 6:00pm Le Monde 6:30pm Galaxie 7:00pm 1984 Winter Olympics (see CBOT Ch. 4 at 7pm for info) 9:00pm Belle Rive 9:30pm Michel Jasmin 10:30pm Le Nouvelles TVA 10:50pm Le Monde Regional 11:20pm XIVe Jeux Olympiques dHiver (XIV Winter Olympics) 11:50pm Bonjour la nuit 12:20pm Les tetes brulees (Black Sheep Squadron) 1:20am Sign off WMTW Channel 8 (ABC) Poland Spring, Me. 5:25am Sign on 5:30am Jim Bakker 6:30am ABC News This Morning 7:00am Good Morning America 9:00am Movie Never Too Late (1965) 10:30am The Edge of Night 11:00am The New Newlywed Game

11:30am Loving 12:00pm Heres Lucy 12:30pm Ryans Hope 1:00pm All My Children 2:00pm One Life to Live 3:00pm General Hospital 4:00pm Charlies Angels 5:00pm Starsky and Hutch 6:00pm TV8 News Evening Report 6:30pm ABC World News Tonight (CC) 7:00pm Family Feud 7:30pm Barney Miller 8:00pm XIV Winter Olympics (see CBOT Ch. 4 at 7pm for info) 11:00pm TV8 News Late Report 11:30pm XIV Winter Olympics Highlights 12:00am ABC News Nightline 12:30am Thicke of the Night (critic Richard Hack with the best and worst of TV, a Bette Midler lookalike, a game of Trivial Pursuit) 2:00am TV8 News Late Report (repeat) 2:30am Sign off CJOH Channel 8 (CTV) Cornwall, Ont. 5:55am Sign on 6:00am Morning Exercises 6:30am Canada A.M. 9:00am 20 Minute Workout 9:30am Town & Country 10:00am Guess What 10:30am Whats Cooking 11:00am Definition 11:30am Romper Room 12:00pm The Flintstones 12:30pm The Young and the Restless 1:30pm Margaret 2:00pm Another World 3:00pm Don Harron 4:00pm Days of Our Lives 5:00pm WKRP in Cincinnati 5:30pm Entertainment Tonight 6:00pm Newsline 7:00pm 1984 Winter Olympics (see CBOT Ch. 4 at 7pm for info) 9:00pm CTV Mini-Series Celebrity Part 3 (1984, TVM) 11:00pm CTV National News (Lloyd Robertson/Harvey Kirck) 11:20pm Nightline (CJOHs late night newscast; not to be confused with ABCs Nightline) 11:45pm XIV Winter Olympics Highlights 12:15am Late Movie Bed of Roomers 2:25am Sign off CKSH Channel 9 (SRC) Sherbrooke 7:35am Sign on 7:40am Fariboles 8:00am Super Heros 8:30am Tele participle 9:00am Avis de recherch 9:30am En mouvement 9:45am Les 100 tours de centour

10:00am Passe-Partout 10:30am Felix et Ciboulette 10:45am Tape-Tambour 11:00am De bien belles choses 11:30am Bonjour lEstrie 12:30pm Allo Bou Bou 1:30pm Au jour le jour 2:00pm Cinema Le Coup de lescalier (Odds Against Tomorrow, 1959) 4:00pm Bobino 4:30pm Minibus 5:00pm Cinema de 5 heures Cramponne-toi Jerry (Hook Line and Sinker, 1969) 6:40pm Le 9 vous informe 7:00pm Le vagabond (CC) 7:30pm Monsieur le ministre (CC) 8:00pm Cinema Sybil (1976) (part 2 of 2) 10:00pm Le Telejournal (Bernard Derome) 10:30pm Le Point 11:00pm Le 9 vous informe 11:20pm XIVe Jeux Olympiques dHiver (XIV Winter Olympics) 12:20am Cine-Soir Une lezarde dans le mur (1976) (this is listed as featuring British character actor Maurice Denham) followed by sign off Cable TV-9 Montreal 9:00am Actualites Laval 9:30am Dossier CMCL 10:00am Vers lart 2000 10:30am Esoterisme experimental 11:30am Ask Arlene 12:00pm Working Woman 12:30pm Les communiqus 2:00pm Habitamag 2:30pm Atelier decoration 3:00pm Acces 3:30pm Speciaux 5:30pm Signes echanges 7:00pm Poils et plumes 7:30pm Pour un generation lumiere 8:00pm Lenfant et la communication 9:00pm Plasir de peindre 9:30pm Babysitting 10:00pm Le gaz natural 10:30pm Invitation a la relaxation 11:00pm Signes echanges followed by sign off CFTM Channel 10 (TVA) 8:25am Sign on 8:30am LAnimatheque 9:00am Premiere heure 10:30am Entre nous 11:30am Capitaine Cosmos 12:00pm Le 10 vous informe (listed in the Gazette as Le Dix voux Informe) 12:30pm Cine-Quiz Romeo et Juliette (Romeo and Juliet, 1968) 3:30pm Gronigo et cie 4:00pm LAnimatheque

4:30pm Daniel Boone 5:30pm Nadjustez votre appareil 6:00pm Le 18 heures (Pierre Bruneau) 6:30pm Galaxie 7:00pm 1984 Winter Olympics (see CBOT Ch. 4 at 7pm for info) 9:00pm Belle Rive 9:30pm Michel Jasmin 10:30pm Le Nouvelles TVA 11:00pm Les sports/La couleur de temps 11:20pm XIVe Jeux Olympiques dHiver (XIV Winter Olympics) 11:50pm Kojak 12:50am Sign off CBVT Channel 11 (SRC) Quebec City 9:25am Sign on 9:30am En mouvement 9:45am Les 100 tours de centour 10:00am Passe-Partout 10:30am Felix et Ciboulette 10:45am Tape-Tambour 11:00am De bien belles choses 11:30am Les aventures de Virulysse 12:00pm Premiere Edition 12:20pm Telex Arts 12:30pm Allo Bou Bou 2:00pm Cinema Le Coup de lescalier (1959, Odds Against Tomorrow) 4:00pm Bobino 4:30pm Minibus 5:00pm Lincroyable Hulk (The Incredible Hulk) 6:00pm Quebec ce soir 6:30pm Avis de recherch 7:00pm Centre-ville 7:30pm Monsieur le ministre (CC) 8:00pm Cinema Sybil (1976) (part 2 of 2) 10:00pm Le Telejournal (Bernard Derome) 10:30pm Le Point 10:55pm Le nouvelles regionales 11:20pm XIVe Jeux Olympiques dHiver (XIV Winter Olympics) 12:20am Cinema LAmericain (1969) followed by sign off CFCF Channel 12 (CTV) 6:00am Romper Room 6:30am Canada A.M. 9:00am Morning Exercises 9:30am Whats Cooking 10:00am Guess What 10:30am Definition 11:00am Tattletales 11:30am Ralph Lockwood 12:00pm The Flintstones 12:30pm Pulse 12:30 1:00pm Don Harron 2:00pm Another World 3:00pm General Hospital 4:00pm General Hospital

5:00pm Take A Break with Matthew Cope 5:05pm The Price is Right 6:00pm Pulse 7:00pm 1984 Winter Olympics (see CBOT Ch. 4 at 7pm for info) 9:00pm CTV Mini-Series Celebrity (1984, part 3) 11:00pm CTV National News (Lloyd Robertson/Harvey Kirck) 11:20pm Pulse 11:45pm XIV Winter Olympics Highlights 12:15am Cinema 12 The Shadow Riders (1982, TVM) 2:15am The Waltons 3:15am Rhoda 3:45am Sign off CKTM Channel 13 (SRC) Trois Rivieres 7:55am Sign on 8:00am Robin Fusee (Rocket Robin Hood) 8:35am Dessins animes 9:00am Avis de recherch 9:30am En mouvement 10:00am Passe-Partout 10:30am Felix et Ciboulette 10:45am Tape-Tambour 11:00am De bien belles choses 11:30am Bonjour 12:30pm Allo Bou Bou 1:30pm Au jour le jour 2:00pm Cinema Le Coup de lescalier (1959, Odds Against Tomorrow) 4:00pm Bobino 4:30pm Minibus 5:00pm Cinema de 5 heures Cramponne-toi Jerry (1969, Hook Line and Sinker) 6:40pm Le 13 vous informe 7:00pm Le vagabond (CC) 7:30pm Monsieur le ministre (CC) 8:00pm Cinema Sybil (1976) (part 2 of 2) 10:00pm Le Telejournal (Bernard Derome) 10:30pm Le Point 11:00pm Le 13 vous informe 11:20pm XIVe Jeux Olympiques dHiver (XIV Winter Olympics) 12:20am Cine-Soir La Grande Escapade (And Now Miguel, 1969) followed by sign off CIVM Channel 17 (Radio Quebec) 9:55am Sign on 10:00am Le Marche aux images 11:30am Teleservice 1:30pm Le Marche aux images (repeat) 2:30pm Le Quebec au pluriel 3:00pm Le Quebec au pluriel 3:30pm Tele-documents: Un voyage au Bresil 4:30pm Planete Indienne 5:00pm National Geographic: Les grands felins 6:00pm Passe-Partout 6:30pm Teleservice 7:00pm Pierre Nadeau recontre 7:30pm Nourrir de Quebec 8:00pm Cinema Les deux amies (Girlfriends, 1978)

9:30pm Charle Brown 10:00pm Octo-puce 10:30pm Octo-puce plus 11:00pm Pierre Nadeau recontre (repeat) 11:30pm Sign off WVNY Channel 22 (ABC) Burlington, Vt. 5:25am Sign on 5:30am Jim Bakker 6:30am Jimmy Swaggart 7:00am Good Morning America 9:00am I Love Lucy 9:30am The Honeymooners 10:00am The Beverly Hillbillies 10:30am Bewitched 11:00am The New Newlywed Game 11:30am Loving 12:00pm Family Feud 12:30pm Ryans Hope 1:00pm All My Children 2:00pm One Life to Live 3:00pm General Hospital 4:00pm The Flintstones 4:30pm Gilligans Island 5:00pm WKRP in Cincinnati 5:30pm Threes Company 6:00pm NewsCenter 22 at 6 6:30pm ABC World News Tonight (CC) 7:00pm The Love Boat 8:00pm XIV Winter Olympics (see CBOT Ch. 4 at 7pm for info) 11:00pm NewsCenter 22 at 11 11:30pm XIV Winter Olympics Highlights 12:00am The 700 Club 1:30am Sign off CICO Channel 24 (TVOntario) Ottawa 7:55am Sign on 8:00am Polka Dot Door 8:30am Jamie and the Magic Torch 8:45am Mister Rogers Neighborhood 9:15am Report Canada/Readalong 9:30am Bioscope/Read All About It! 10:00am Write On/Parlez-moi 10:15am See, Hear!/Body Works 10:30am Inside-Out/Read It 11:00am Les Boucaniers deau douce/Les Pilis/Les Aventures de Babar 11:30am Adventures of Timothy Pilgrim/Jeremy 12:00pm Readlong/Hattytown Tales/Simon in the Land of Chalk Drawings 12:30pm People Patterns 1:00pm North of 60: Destiny Uncertain 1:30pm Report Canada/Bioscope/Readalong 2:00pm Calling All Safety Scouts/Storybound 2:30pm Jeremy/Dragons, Wagons and Wax 3:00pm Les Ontariens 3:30pm Cest demain le veille 4:00pm A voitre service

4:30pm Cucumber 5:00pm Sesame Street 6:00pm Polka Dot Door 6:30pm Todays Special 7:00pm Not Another Science Show 7:30pm Magic Shadows People Will Talk (1951, b/w) (part 2) 8:00pm National Geographic Special Treasure! 9:00pm Whos In Charge? (excerpts from the four-day Working Confer