RETRO: MILWAUKEE - 5/06/1996 Monday, May 6, 1996 WTMJ NBC4 05:00AM News 06:00AM News 07:00AM Today 09:00AM

Montel Williams 10:00AM Maury 11:00AM News 12:00PM Days of Our Lives 01:00PM Another World 02:00PM Jerry Springer 03:00PM American Journal 03:30PM Jeopardy! 04:00PM News 04:30PM News 05:00PM News 05:30PM NBC News 06:00PM News 06:30PM Wheel of Fortune 07:00PM Fresh Prince of Bel-Air 07:30PM In the House 08:00PM MOVIE: No One Would Tell 10:00PM News 10:35PM The Tonight Show with Jay Leno 11:35PM Entertainment Tonight 12:05AM Late Night with Conan O'Brien 01:05AM Rush Limbaugh 01:35AM Later with Greg Kinnear 02:05AM News 02:40AM CNN Headline News 03:30AM NBC News Nightside WITI FOX6 05:00AM This Morning's Business 05:30AM Wake-Up 07:00AM Wake-Up 09:00AM Gordon Elliott 10:00AM Mark Walberg 11:00AM Perry Mason 12:00PM News 12:30PM I Love Lucy 01:00PM Family Ties 01:30PM Happy Days 02:00PM Geraldo 03:00PM Day & Date 04:00PM Rescue 911 04:30PM M*A*S*H 05:00PM News 05:30PM News 06:00PM News 06:30PM Real Stories of the Highway Patrol 07:00PM Melrose Place 08:00PM When Animals Attack

09:00PM News 10:00PM News 10:35PM M*A*S*H 11:05PM Cheers 11:35PM Murphy Brown 12:05AM America's Most Wanted: Final Justice 12:35AM Top Cops 01:05AM The Hitchhiker 01:35AM Court TV: Inside America's Courts 02:05AM Paid Programming (2x) 03:05AM News 03:35AM Mark Walberg 04:35AM Bloomberg Information TV WISN ABC12 05:00AM News 07:00AM Good Morning America 09:00AM Regis & Kathie Lee 10:00AM All My Children 11:00AM Jenny Jones 12:00PM News 12:30PM Mike & Maty 01:00PM One Life to Live 02:00PM General Hospital 03:00PM Hard Copy 03:30PM A Current Affair 04:00PM Oprah Winfrey 05:00PM News 05:30PM ABC News 06:00PM News 06:30PM Inside Edition 07:00PM Champions of Magic 08:00PM MOVIE: My Son is Innocent 10:00PM News 10:35PM Home Improvement 11:05PM Empty Nest 11:35PM Nightline 12:05AM Rolonda 01:05AM News 01:35AM Paid Programming 02:05AM ABC World News Now WVTV IND18 06:00AM Mutant League 06:30AM Sailor Moon 07:00AM Gargoyles 07:30AM Aladdin 08:00AM Bonkers 08:30AM Goof Troop 09:00AM Paid Programming 09:30AM Kenneth Copeland 10:00AM Paid Programming (2x) 11:00AM Carnie 12:00PM Richard Bey 01:00PM Tempestt 02:00PM Bananas in Pajamas

02:30PM Blinky Bill 03:00PM Doogie Howser, M.D. 03:30PM Blossom 04:00PM Full House 04:30PM Full House 05:00PM Ricki Lake 06:00PM Roseanne 06:30PM Seinfeld 07:00PM Baywatch Nights 08:00PM MOVIE: Superman IV: The Quest for Peace 10:00PM Cops 10:30PM Cops 11:00PM Night Court 11:30PM Night Court 12:00AM Paid Programming 12:30AM Paid Programming 01:00AM Doogie Howser, M.D. 01:30AM Dairyland Greyhound Report WCGV UPN24 06:00AM VR Troopers 06:30AM Double Dragon 07:00AM Garfield and Friends 07:30AM Mighty Max 08:00AM Littlest Pet Shop 08:30AM Bobby's World 09:00AM Jim Henson's Animal Show 09:30AM Paid Programming (3x) 11:00AM Magnum, P.I. 12:00PM Andy Griffith 12:30PM Andy Griffith 01:00PM Matlock 02:00PM The Odd Couple 02:30PM Taz-Mania 03:00PM Eek! Stravaganza 03:30PM Adventures of Batman & Robin 04:00PM Power Rangers Zeo 04:30PM Dinosaurs 05:00PM Family Matters 05:30PM Step by Step 06:00PM Fresh Prince of Bel-Air 06:30PM The Simpsons 07:00PM Star Trek: Voyager 08:00PM Nowhere Man 09:00PM Star Trek: The Next Generation 10:00PM Fresh Prince of Bel-Air 10:30PM Married...with Children 11:00PM Baywatch 12:00AM Paid Programming 12:30AM Paid Programming 01:00AM Richard Bey 02:00AM Paid Programming (2x) 03:00AM Shepherd's Chapel WDJT CBS58 05:00AM Paid Programming

06:00AM First Business 06:30AM Morning News 09:00AM Donahue 10:00AM The Price is Right 11:00AM Young & the Restless 12:00PM Shop 'Til You Drop 12:30PM Bold & the Beautiful 01:00PM As the World Turns 02:00PM Guiding Light 03:00PM Sally Jessy Raphael 04:00PM America's Funniest Home Videos (2x) 05:00PM News 05:30PM CBS News 06:00PM EXTRA 06:30PM News 07:00PM The Nanny 07:30PM Dave's World 08:00PM Murphy Brown 08:30PM Cybill 09:00PM Chicago Hope 10:00PM News 10:35PM Late Show with David Letterman 11:35PM Late Late Show with Tom Snyder 12:35AM LAPD: Life on the Beat 01:05AM Lauren Hutton And... 01:35AM News 02:10AM Up to the Minute 04:00AM Northern Exposure Retro: Indianapolis/Lafayette/Terre Haute Tues, Apr 24, 1984 from TV Guide-Central Indiana edition WTWO 2-NBC Terre Haute 5:55 Weather Radar & Forecast 6:00 Today in Illiana 6:15 News 6:30 NBC News at Sunrise 7:00 Today (previewing President Reagan's trip to China) 9:00 Phil Donahue (guests: producer Michael Bennett and the cast of Dreamgirls) 10:00 Facts of Life 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 Match Game/Hollywood Squares 4:00 Scooby-Doo 4:30 Happy Days Again 5:00 CHiPs Patrol 6:00 News 6:30 NBC Nightly News 7:00 M*A*S*H

7:30 Tic Tac Dough 8:00 A-Team 9:00 Riptide 10:00 Remington Steele 11:00 News 11:30 Tonight Show (guests Jerry Seinfeld and Omni Games editor Scott Morris) 12:30 Late Night with David Letterman (guest Freddie Hubbard) 1:30 News WTTV 4-Ind Indianapolis 5:00 Music City USA 5:30 Brian Bex 6:00 RFD 4 6:30 Cartoon Carnival 7:00 Cowboy Bob's Corral 8:00 Janie 9:00 Phil Donahue (reps of the People's Medical Society consumer group) 10:00 Braun & Company (guest: puppeteer Wayne Martin) 11:00 Today in Indiana 11:30 Newlywed Game noon Perry Mason (bw) 1:00 Jim Gerard 1:30 700 Club 2:30 Tennessee Tuxedo 3:00 Woody Woodpecker 3:30 Tom & Jerry & Friends 4:00 Scooby-Doo 4:30 Pink Panther 5:00 Brady Bunch 5:30 Leave It to Beaver (bw) 6:00 Three's Company 6:30 Little House on the Prairie (usually aired at 7, with Jeffersons aired here) 7:30 Baseball: Cincinnati-Atlanta (from WLWT; usually Little House at 7, Movie at 8, News at 10) 10:30 News (usually an hour at 10) 11:00 Perry Mason (bw) mid. INN News 12:30 Movie "Life Goes to the Movies" 3:30 Movie "Treasure of San Gennaro" WRTV 6-ABC Indianapolis 6:00 ABC World News This Morning 7:00 Good Morning America 9:00 Joker's Wild 9:30 Family Feud 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 Eight is Enough 5:00 Taxi 5:30 People's Court 6:00 News

7:00 ABC World News Tonight 7:30 Entertainment Tonight 8:00 Foul-Ups, Bleeps & Blunders 8:30 Happy Days 9:00 Three's Company 9:30 Oh Madeline 10:00 Hart to Hart 11:00 News 11:30 ABC News Nightline mid. Barney Miller 12:30 Entertainment Tonight WISH 8-CBS Indianapolis 6:00 Indy Today 6:30 I Dream of Jeannie 7:00 CBS Morning News 9:00 Hour Magazine (guest Deborah Adair/mother-son relationships/orthodontics for middleagers/emotional effects of having a hysterectomy; pre-empts Waltons) 10:00 $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 CBS Schoolbreak Special "All the Kids Do It" (deals with teen drinking; bumps Hour Magazine to 9am) 5:00 Love Boat 6:00 News 7:00 CBS Evening News 7:30 Family Feud 8:00 American Parade 9:00 Movie "Peter and Paul" 11:00 News 11:30 Magnum, PI 12:40 McCloud 2:00 CBS News Nightwatch WGN 9-Ind Chicago 5:00 Movie "Block Busters" cont'd (bw) 6:00 Chico & the Man 6:30 Faith 20 7:00 Top o' the Morning 7:30 Muppet Show 8:00 Bozo 9:30 Beverly Hillbillies 10:00 Movie "Mozambique" noon Family 1:00 News 2:00 Rhoda 2:30 Andy Griffith 3:00 I Dream of Jeannie 3:30 Bugs Bunny 4:00 Superfriends 4:30 Scooby-Doo

5:00 Laverne & Shirley 5:30 Leave It to Beaver (bw) 6:00 One Day at a Time 6:30 Alice 7:00 Barney Miller 7:30 Jeffersons 8:00 Odd Couple 8:30 Baseball: Cubs-St. Louis (WGN usually aired Movie at 8, News at 10, INN at 10:30, Soap at 11, and Love Boat at 11:30) 11:30 News mid. INN News 12:30 A Married Man (conclusion) 2:30 Bilko (bw) 3:00 INN News 3:30 Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In 4:00 Movie "Fallen Angel" (bw) WTHI 10-CBS Terre Haute 5:45 NOAA Weather Service 6:00 Ag Day 6:30 CBS Early Morning News 7:00 CBS Morning News 9:00 Hour Magazine (same as ch 8 ) 10:00 $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 Flintstones 4:30 CBS Schoolbreak Special "All the Kids Do It" (pre-empts BJ & the Bear at 4:30 and Little House at 5) 5:30 Lobo 6:00 News 6:30 CBS Evening News 7:00 People's Court 7:30 Entertainment Tonight 8:00 American Parade 9:00 Movie "Peter and Paul" 11:00 News 11:30 Magnum, PI 12:40 McCloud 2:00 News WTHR 13-NBC Indianapolis 5:00 Dateline: Indiana 5:30 Ag Day 6:00 Morning Stretch 6:30 NBC News at Sunrise 7:00 Today 9:00 Facts of Life 9:30 Alice 10:00 Hot Potato 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 Match Game/Hollywood Squares 4:00 Star Trek 5:00 WKRP in Cincinnati 5:30 M*A*S*H 6:00 News 7:00 NBC Nightly News 7:30 Wheel of Fortune 8:00 A-Team 9:00 Riptide 10:00 Remington Steele 11:00 News 11:30 Tonight Show 12:30 Late Night with David Letterman 1:30 CNN Headline News 2:00 News WUSI 16-PBS Olney 8:45 AM Weather 9:00 Instructional Programs 11:00 Electric Company 11:30 Instructional Programs noon Sesame Street 1:00 News 1:30 Instructional Programs 3:50 Jojo & Joyce Club 4:00 Sesame Street 5:00 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 5:30 Electric Company 6:00 3-2-1 Contact 6:30 Doctor Who 7:00 MacNeil-Lehrer NewsHour 8:00 Forum 16 8:30 Illinois Press 9:00 SIUC Today 9:30 Outdoors with Art Reid 10:00 Mystery! "The Intercessor" 11:00 Masterpiece Theatre "Nancy Astor" (pt 2) WLFI 18-CBS Lafayette 6:00 CBS Early Morning News 6:30 AM Agriculture 7:00 CBS Morning News 9:00 Phil Donahue (same as ch 4) 10:00 $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 CBS Schoolbreak Special "All the Kids Do It" (pre-empts Little House) 5:00 Barney Miller 5:30 All in the Family 6:00 News 6:30 CBS Evening News 7:00 Children Running Out of Time (World Vision; pre-empts ET & M*A*S*H) 8:00 American Parade 9:00 Movie "Peter and Paul" 11:00 News 11:30 Magnum, PI 12:40 McCloud WFYI 20-PBS Indianapolis 6:15 Microcomputers 6:45 AM Weather 7:00 Nightly Business Report 7:30 MacNeil-Lehrer NewsHour 8:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 9:00 Sesame Street 10:00 Electric Company 10:30 3-2-1 Contact 11:00 Lilias, Yoga & You 11:30 Burns & Allen (bw) noon Magic of Floral Painting 12:30 Kathy's Kitchen 1:00 LateNight America 2:00 Matinee at the Bijou 3:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 4:00 Sesame Street 5:00 3-2-1 Contact 5:30 Jacques Cousteau (studying whales in the Indian Ocean) 6:30 Nightly Business Report 7:00 MacNeil-Lehrer NewsHour 8:00 Nova "The Artificial Heart" 9:00 American Playhouse "City News" 10:00 Indiana Prime Time 10:30 New Tech Times 11:00 Monty Python's Flying Circus (Confuse-a-Cat/interviews on the street with lizards, ducks, cats and humans) 11:30 LateNight America (guest: Rep. Patricia Schroeder (D-CO)) WVUT 22-PBS Vincennes 7:15 Personal Finance 7:45 AM Weather 8:00 Electric Company 8:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 9:00 Sesame Street 10:00 Electric Company 10:30 3-2-1 Contact 11:00 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 11:30 3-2-1 Contact noon Sesame Street 1:00 Frontline "Chasing the Basketball Dream" 2:00 Growing Years 2:30 3-2-1 Contact

3:00 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 3:30 Electric Company 4:00 Sesame Street 5:00 News 5:30 This is My Will 6:00 Masterpiece Theatre "Nancy Astor" (pt 2) 7:00 MacNeil-Lehrer NewsHour 8:00 Nova "The Artificial Heart" 9:00 MacNeil-Lehrer NewsHour 10:00 Third World Report (look at South Africa's political and social problems, and their possible effect around the world) 10:30 New Tech TImes 11:00 News WTIU 30-PBS Bloomington 8:15 AM Weather 8:30 Body Electric 9:00 Sesame Street 10:00 Electric Company 10:30 3-2-1 Contact 11:00 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 11:30 Your Children, Our Children noon Inside Story 12:30 New Tech Times 1:00 Calligraphy with Ken Brown 1:30 Victory Garden 2:00 Last Chance Garage 2:30 Sneak Previews 3:00 Life in the Universe 3:30 Lilias, Yoga & You 4:00 Sesame Street 5:00 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 5:30 Electric Company 6:00 3-2-1 Contact 6:30 Nightly Business Report 7:00 MacNeil-Lehrer NewsHour 8:00 Nova "The Artificial Heart" 9:00 American Playhouse "City News" 10:00 Third World Report 10:30 New Tech Times 11:00 Nightly Business Report 11:30 Do-It-Yourself Show WFLD 32-Ind Chicago 7:00 NewsTalk 8:30 Flintstones 9:00 Woody Woodpecker 9:30 Popeye 10:00 Emergency! 11:00 Breakaway noon Hour Magazine (same as ch 8/10) 1:00 I Love Lucy (bw/x2) 2:00 Merv Griffin (discussing missing children with guests including Daniel J. Travanti; also guest Joanna Kerns) 3:00 Great Space Coaster 3:30 Spider-Man

4:00 Inspector Gadget 4:30 He-Man & the Masters of the Universe 5:00 Tom & Jerry 5:30 Flintstones 6:00 What's Happening!! 6:30 Happy Days Again 7:00 Taxi 7:30 Three's Company 8:00 PM Magazine (listings didn't indicate it they ran the same topics as ch 38) 8:30 Baseball: Baltimore-White Sox (usually...ET at 8:30, Success at 9, Benny Hill at 10, Honeymooners (bw) at 10:30, M*A*S*H at 11) 11:30 M*A*S*H mid. Starsky & Hutch (30 min later than usual) 1:00 Thicke of the Night (guests Vincent Price, Fred Travalena, and Cheryl Lynn; usually seen at 12:30) 2:30 700 Club (usually at 2) 3:30 Entertainment Tonight (normally at 3) WBAK 38-ABC Terre Haute 6:00 Good Morning Terre Haute 6:30 ABC World News This Morning 7:00 Good Morning America 9:00 Jim Bakker 10:00 Jimmy Swaggart 10:30 Family 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 He-Man & the Masters of the Universe 4:30 Grizzly Adams 5:30 Dick Van Dyke (bw) 6:00 I Love Lucy (bw; but not for much longer, Three's Company started here the following Monday) 6:30 Beverly Hillbillies 7:00 Andy Griffith (bw; that's right, ch 38 didn't clear WNT) 7:30 PM Magazine (three women who plan to run from Boston to San Francisco, profile of future Fresh Prince co-star Alfonso Ribiero who was then 12 yrs old) 8:00 Foul-Ups, Bleeps & Blunders 8:30 Happy Days 9:00 Three's Company 9:30 Oh Madeline 10:00 Hart to Hart 11:00 Gunsmoke mid. ABC News Nightline 12:30 Eye on Hollywood (visiting the Southwest) 1:00 NOAA Weather Service WHMB 40-Ind/Rel Indianapolis 5:00 Light 'n' Lively 5:30 Lester Sumrall Teachers 6:00 Fr. John Bertolucci 6:30 Wake Up! 7:00 Jim Bakker

8:00 Lester Sumrall Teaches 8:30 Jimmy Swaggart 9:00 Today with Lester Sumrall 10:00 700 Club 11:30 Another Life noon INN News 12:30 Derin's Coffee Shop 1:00 Lester Sumrall Teaches 1:30 Success-N-Life 2:00 Bullwinkle 2:30 Underdog 3:00 Inspector Gadget 3:30 Flintstones 4:00 Little Rascals (bw) 4:30 Timmy & Lassie (bw) 5:00 Robin Hood (bw) 5:30 Ozzie & Harriet (bw) 6:00 Jim Bakker 7:00 700 Club 8:00 Lester Sumrall Teaches 8:30 LaHayes on Family Life 9:00 Today with Lester Sumrall 10:00 Northwest Assembly of God 10:30 Here's Help with Larry Rice 11:00 Praise the Lord 2:00 God's News Behind the News 2:30 Jimmy Swaggart 3:00 LaHayes on Family Life 3:30 Blackwood Brothers 4:00 Today with Lester Sumrall WIPB 49-PBS Muncie 6:30 To Life! Yoga with Priscilla Patrick 6:45 AM Weather 7:00 Growing Years 7:30 MacNeil-Lehrer NewsHour 8:25 Paul Harvey 8:30 Nightly Business Report 9:00 Sesame Street 10:00 Trade-Offs 10:30 3-2-1 Contact 11:00 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 11:30 Electric Company noon Sesame Street 1:00 Nova "A Magic Way of Going" (looks at Thoroughbred horses) 2:00 Paul Harvey 2:05 BSU Today 2:30 Lilias, Yoga & You 3:00 Square Foot Gardening 3:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 4:00 Sesame Street 5:00 3-2-1 Contact 5:30 Electric Company 6:00 Inside-Outside 6:25 Paul Harvey 6:30 Nightly Business Report

7:00 MacNeil-Lehrer NewsHour 8:00 Nova "The Artificial Heart" 9:00 Counterpoint 10:00 Candidates Forum: Delaware Co Community School Board 11:00 International Edition 11:30 LateNight America (same guest as ch 20) 12:30 Paul Harvey WPDS 59-Ind Indianapolis 6:00 MDTV 6:30 Jimmy Swaggart 7:00 Peggy's 59er Diner 8:30 Munsters (bw) 9:00 News 9:05 Lezlie's Bodyfit 9:30 Dick Van Dyke (bw) 10:00 News 10:05 Millionaire (bw) 10:30 I Love Lucy (bw) 11:00 News 11:05 Ironside noon News 12:05 Carol Burnett & Friends 12:30 Women to Woman (having a gay husband) 1:30 Green Acres 2:00 News 2:05 Phil Silvers (bw) 2:30 F Troop 3:00 Batman 3:30 He-Man & the Masters of the Universe 4:00 Wild Wild West 5:00 Buck Rogers in the 25th Century 6:00 Lobo 7:00 Cannon 8:00 Movie "The Harvey Girls" 10:00 News 11:00 Benny Hill 11:30 Twilight Zone (bw) mid. Alfred Hitchcock (bw) 12:30 Our Miss Brooks (bw) 1:00 News from TV Guide-Central Indiana edition WTWO 2-NBC Terre Haute 5:55 Weather Radar & Forecast 6:00 Today in Illiana 6:15 News 6:30 NBC News at Sunrise 7:00 Today (previewing President Reagan's trip to China) 9:00 Phil Donahue (guests: producer Michael Bennett and the cast of Dreamgirls) 10:00 Facts of Life 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 Match Game/Hollywood Squares 4:00 Scooby-Doo 4:30 Happy Days Again 5:00 CHiPs Patrol 6:00 News 6:30 NBC Nightly News 7:00 M*A*S*H 7:30 Tic Tac Dough 8:00 A-Team 9:00 Riptide 10:00 Remington Steele 11:00 News 11:30 Tonight Show (guests Jerry Seinfeld and Omni Games editor Scott Morris) 12:30 Late Night with David Letterman (guest Freddie Hubbard) 1:30 News WTTV 4-Ind Indianapolis 5:00 Music City USA 5:30 Brian Bex 6:00 RFD 4 6:30 Cartoon Carnival 7:00 Cowboy Bob's Corral 8:00 Janie 9:00 Phil Donahue (reps of the People's Medical Society consumer group) 10:00 Braun & Company (guest: puppeteer Wayne Martin) 11:00 Today in Indiana 11:30 Newlywed Game noon Perry Mason (bw) 1:00 Jim Gerard 1:30 700 Club 2:30 Tennessee Tuxedo 3:00 Woody Woodpecker 3:30 Tom & Jerry & Friends 4:00 Scooby-Doo 4:30 Pink Panther 5:00 Brady Bunch 5:30 Leave It to Beaver (bw) 6:00 Three's Company 6:30 Little House on the Prairie (usually aired at 7, with Jeffersons aired here) 7:30 Baseball: Cincinnati-Atlanta (from WLWT; usually Little House at 7, Movie at 8, News at 10) 10:30 News (usually an hour at 10) 11:00 Perry Mason (bw) mid. INN News 12:30 Movie "Life Goes to the Movies" 3:30 Movie "Treasure of San Gennaro" WRTV 6-ABC Indianapolis 6:00 ABC World News This Morning 7:00 Good Morning America 9:00 Joker's Wild 9:30 Family Feud 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 Eight is Enough 5:00 Taxi 5:30 People's Court 6:00 News 7:00 ABC World News Tonight 7:30 Entertainment Tonight 8:00 Foul-Ups, Bleeps & Blunders 8:30 Happy Days 9:00 Three's Company 9:30 Oh Madeline 10:00 Hart to Hart 11:00 News 11:30 ABC News Nightline mid. Barney Miller 12:30 Entertainment Tonight WISH 8-CBS Indianapolis 6:00 Indy Today 6:30 I Dream of Jeannie 7:00 CBS Morning News 9:00 Hour Magazine (guest Deborah Adair/mother-son relationships/orthodontics for middleagers/emotional effects of having a hysterectomy; pre-empts Waltons) 10:00 $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 CBS Schoolbreak Special "All the Kids Do It" (deals with teen drinking; bumps Hour Magazine to 9am) 5:00 Love Boat 6:00 News 7:00 CBS Evening News 7:30 Family Feud 8:00 American Parade 9:00 Movie "Peter and Paul" 11:00 News 11:30 Magnum, PI 12:40 McCloud 2:00 CBS News Nightwatch WGN 9-Ind Chicago 5:00 Movie "Block Busters" cont'd (bw) 6:00 Chico & the Man 6:30 Faith 20 7:00 Top o' the Morning 7:30 Muppet Show 8:00 Bozo 9:30 Beverly Hillbillies

10:00 Movie "Mozambique" noon Family 1:00 News 2:00 Rhoda 2:30 Andy Griffith 3:00 I Dream of Jeannie 3:30 Bugs Bunny 4:00 Superfriends 4:30 Scooby-Doo 5:00 Laverne & Shirley 5:30 Leave It to Beaver (bw) 6:00 One Day at a Time 6:30 Alice 7:00 Barney Miller 7:30 Jeffersons 8:00 Odd Couple 8:30 Baseball: Cubs-St. Louis (WGN usually aired Movie at 8, News at 10, INN at 10:30, Soap at 11, and Love Boat at 11:30) 11:30 News mid. INN News 12:30 A Married Man (conclusion) 2:30 Bilko (bw) 3:00 INN News 3:30 Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In 4:00 Movie "Fallen Angel" (bw) WTHI 10-CBS Terre Haute 5:45 NOAA Weather Service 6:00 Ag Day 6:30 CBS Early Morning News 7:00 CBS Morning News 9:00 Hour Magazine (same as ch 8 ) 10:00 $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 Flintstones 4:30 CBS Schoolbreak Special "All the Kids Do It" (pre-empts BJ & the Bear at 4:30 and Little House at 5) 5:30 Lobo 6:00 News 6:30 CBS Evening News 7:00 People's Court 7:30 Entertainment Tonight 8:00 American Parade 9:00 Movie "Peter and Paul" 11:00 News 11:30 Magnum, PI 12:40 McCloud 2:00 News WTHR 13-NBC Indianapolis

5:00 Dateline: Indiana 5:30 Ag Day 6:00 Morning Stretch 6:30 NBC News at Sunrise 7:00 Today 9:00 Facts of Life 9:30 Alice 10:00 Hot Potato 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 Match Game/Hollywood Squares 4:00 Star Trek 5:00 WKRP in Cincinnati 5:30 M*A*S*H 6:00 News 7:00 NBC Nightly News 7:30 Wheel of Fortune 8:00 A-Team 9:00 Riptide 10:00 Remington Steele 11:00 News 11:30 Tonight Show 12:30 Late Night with David Letterman 1:30 CNN Headline News 2:00 News WUSI 16-PBS Olney 8:45 AM Weather 9:00 Instructional Programs 11:00 Electric Company 11:30 Instructional Programs noon Sesame Street 1:00 News 1:30 Instructional Programs 3:50 Jojo & Joyce Club 4:00 Sesame Street 5:00 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 5:30 Electric Company 6:00 3-2-1 Contact 6:30 Doctor Who 7:00 MacNeil-Lehrer NewsHour 8:00 Forum 16 8:30 Illinois Press 9:00 SIUC Today 9:30 Outdoors with Art Reid 10:00 Mystery! "The Intercessor" 11:00 Masterpiece Theatre "Nancy Astor" (pt 2) WLFI 18-CBS Lafayette 6:00 CBS Early Morning News 6:30 AM Agriculture

7:00 CBS Morning News 9:00 Phil Donahue (same as ch 4) 10:00 $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 CBS Schoolbreak Special "All the Kids Do It" (pre-empts Little House) 5:00 Barney Miller 5:30 All in the Family 6:00 News 6:30 CBS Evening News 7:00 Children Running Out of Time (World Vision; pre-empts ET & M*A*S*H) 8:00 American Parade 9:00 Movie "Peter and Paul" 11:00 News 11:30 Magnum, PI 12:40 McCloud WFYI 20-PBS Indianapolis 6:15 Microcomputers 6:45 AM Weather 7:00 Nightly Business Report 7:30 MacNeil-Lehrer NewsHour 8:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 9:00 Sesame Street 10:00 Electric Company 10:30 3-2-1 Contact 11:00 Lilias, Yoga & You 11:30 Burns & Allen (bw) noon Magic of Floral Painting 12:30 Kathy's Kitchen 1:00 LateNight America 2:00 Matinee at the Bijou 3:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 4:00 Sesame Street 5:00 3-2-1 Contact 5:30 Jacques Cousteau (studying whales in the Indian Ocean) 6:30 Nightly Business Report 7:00 MacNeil-Lehrer NewsHour 8:00 Nova "The Artificial Heart" 9:00 American Playhouse "City News" 10:00 Indiana Prime Time 10:30 New Tech Times 11:00 Monty Python's Flying Circus (Confuse-a-Cat/interviews on the street with lizards, ducks, cats and humans) 11:30 LateNight America (guest: Rep. Patricia Schroeder (D-CO)) WVUT 22-PBS Vincennes 7:15 Personal Finance 7:45 AM Weather 8:00 Electric Company 8:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

9:00 Sesame Street 10:00 Electric Company 10:30 3-2-1 Contact 11:00 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 11:30 3-2-1 Contact noon Sesame Street 1:00 Frontline "Chasing the Basketball Dream" 2:00 Growing Years 2:30 3-2-1 Contact 3:00 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 3:30 Electric Company 4:00 Sesame Street 5:00 News 5:30 This is My Will 6:00 Masterpiece Theatre "Nancy Astor" (pt 2) 7:00 MacNeil-Lehrer NewsHour 8:00 Nova "The Artificial Heart" 9:00 MacNeil-Lehrer NewsHour 10:00 Third World Report (look at South Africa's political and social problems, and their possible effect around the world) 10:30 New Tech TImes 11:00 News WTIU 30-PBS Bloomington 8:15 AM Weather 8:30 Body Electric 9:00 Sesame Street 10:00 Electric Company 10:30 3-2-1 Contact 11:00 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 11:30 Your Children, Our Children noon Inside Story 12:30 New Tech Times 1:00 Calligraphy with Ken Brown 1:30 Victory Garden 2:00 Last Chance Garage 2:30 Sneak Previews 3:00 Life in the Universe 3:30 Lilias, Yoga & You 4:00 Sesame Street 5:00 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 5:30 Electric Company 6:00 3-2-1 Contact 6:30 Nightly Business Report 7:00 MacNeil-Lehrer NewsHour 8:00 Nova "The Artificial Heart" 9:00 American Playhouse "City News" 10:00 Third World Report 10:30 New Tech Times 11:00 Nightly Business Report 11:30 Do-It-Yourself Show WFLD 32-Ind Chicago 7:00 NewsTalk 8:30 Flintstones 9:00 Woody Woodpecker

9:30 Popeye 10:00 Emergency! 11:00 Breakaway noon Hour Magazine (same as ch 8/10) 1:00 I Love Lucy (bw/x2) 2:00 Merv Griffin (discussing missing children with guests including Daniel J. Travanti; also guest Joanna Kerns) 3:00 Great Space Coaster 3:30 Spider-Man 4:00 Inspector Gadget 4:30 He-Man & the Masters of the Universe 5:00 Tom & Jerry 5:30 Flintstones 6:00 What's Happening!! 6:30 Happy Days Again 7:00 Taxi 7:30 Three's Company 8:00 PM Magazine (listings didn't indicate it they ran the same topics as ch 38) 8:30 Baseball: Baltimore-White Sox (usually...ET at 8:30, Success at 9, Benny Hill at 10, Honeymooners (bw) at 10:30, M*A*S*H at 11) 11:30 M*A*S*H mid. Starsky & Hutch (30 min later than usual) 1:00 Thicke of the Night (guests Vincent Price, Fred Travalena, and Cheryl Lynn; usually seen at 12:30) 2:30 700 Club (usually at 2) 3:30 Entertainment Tonight (normally at 3) WBAK 38-ABC Terre Haute 6:00 Good Morning Terre Haute 6:30 ABC World News This Morning 7:00 Good Morning America 9:00 Jim Bakker 10:00 Jimmy Swaggart 10:30 Family 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 He-Man & the Masters of the Universe 4:30 Grizzly Adams 5:30 Dick Van Dyke (bw) 6:00 I Love Lucy (bw; but not for much longer, Three's Company started here the following Monday) 6:30 Beverly Hillbillies 7:00 Andy Griffith (bw; that's right, ch 38 didn't clear WNT) 7:30 PM Magazine (three women who plan to run from Boston to San Francisco, profile of future Fresh Prince co-star Alfonso Ribiero who was then 12 yrs old) 8:00 Foul-Ups, Bleeps & Blunders 8:30 Happy Days 9:00 Three's Company 9:30 Oh Madeline 10:00 Hart to Hart 11:00 Gunsmoke mid. ABC News Nightline

12:30 Eye on Hollywood (visiting the Southwest) 1:00 NOAA Weather Service WHMB 40-Ind/Rel Indianapolis 5:00 Light 'n' Lively 5:30 Lester Sumrall Teachers 6:00 Fr. John Bertolucci 6:30 Wake Up! 7:00 Jim Bakker 8:00 Lester Sumrall Teaches 8:30 Jimmy Swaggart 9:00 Today with Lester Sumrall 10:00 700 Club 11:30 Another Life noon INN News 12:30 Derin's Coffee Shop 1:00 Lester Sumrall Teaches 1:30 Success-N-Life 2:00 Bullwinkle 2:30 Underdog 3:00 Inspector Gadget 3:30 Flintstones 4:00 Little Rascals (bw) 4:30 Timmy & Lassie (bw) 5:00 Robin Hood (bw) 5:30 Ozzie & Harriet (bw) 6:00 Jim Bakker 7:00 700 Club 8:00 Lester Sumrall Teaches 8:30 LaHayes on Family Life 9:00 Today with Lester Sumrall 10:00 Northwest Assembly of God 10:30 Here's Help with Larry Rice 11:00 Praise the Lord 2:00 God's News Behind the News 2:30 Jimmy Swaggart 3:00 LaHayes on Family Life 3:30 Blackwood Brothers 4:00 Today with Lester Sumrall WIPB 49-PBS Muncie 6:30 To Life! Yoga with Priscilla Patrick 6:45 AM Weather 7:00 Growing Years 7:30 MacNeil-Lehrer NewsHour 8:25 Paul Harvey 8:30 Nightly Business Report 9:00 Sesame Street 10:00 Trade-Offs 10:30 3-2-1 Contact 11:00 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 11:30 Electric Company noon Sesame Street 1:00 Nova "A Magic Way of Going" (looks at Thoroughbred horses) 2:00 Paul Harvey 2:05 BSU Today

2:30 Lilias, Yoga & You 3:00 Square Foot Gardening 3:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 4:00 Sesame Street 5:00 3-2-1 Contact 5:30 Electric Company 6:00 Inside-Outside 6:25 Paul Harvey 6:30 Nightly Business Report 7:00 MacNeil-Lehrer NewsHour 8:00 Nova "The Artificial Heart" 9:00 Counterpoint 10:00 Candidates Forum: Delaware Co Community School Board 11:00 International Edition 11:30 LateNight America (same guest as ch 20) 12:30 Paul Harvey WPDS 59-Ind Indianapolis 6:00 MDTV 6:30 Jimmy Swaggart 7:00 Peggy's 59er Diner 8:30 Munsters (bw) 9:00 News 9:05 Lezlie's Bodyfit 9:30 Dick Van Dyke (bw) 10:00 News 10:05 Millionaire (bw) 10:30 I Love Lucy (bw) 11:00 News 11:05 Ironside noon News 12:05 Carol Burnett & Friends 12:30 Women to Woman (having a gay husband) 1:30 Green Acres 2:00 News 2:05 Phil Silvers (bw) 2:30 F Troop 3:00 Batman 3:30 He-Man & the Masters of the Universe 4:00 Wild Wild West 5:00 Buck Rogers in the 25th Century 6:00 Lobo 7:00 Cannon 8:00 Movie "The Harvey Girls" 10:00 News 11:00 Benny Hill 11:30 Twilight Zone (bw) mid. Alfred Hitchcock (bw) 12:30 Our Miss Brooks (bw) 1:00 News Retro: New England Thursday September 28, 1949 Source: TV Forecast New England Edition

4 - WBZ-TV 7 - WNAC-TV 10a 7 - Multiscope (news, weather and time) 12p 7 - Shopping-Vues (Louise Morgan) 1p 7 - Multiscope 1:10p 4 - Sports Round-Up 1:50p 4 - Baseball - Braves vs. Dodgers 4:30p 4 - Newstape 4:40p 4 - Serial "Custer's Last Stand" 5p 4 - Kukla, Fran and Ollie 5:30p 4 - Howdy Doody 5:35p 7 - Hoss Opry Playhouse 5:50p 7 - Yankee News Service 6p 4 - Surprize Package (children's show) 7 - Small Fry Club 6:15p 4 - Weather or Not 6:20p 4 - Thrill of Your Life (Interviews with Norwood stock car racers) 6:30p 4 - Herb Lewis (piano and song) 7 - Lucky Pup 6:40p 4 - Filmologue 6:45p 4 - Hobby Hob-Nob 7 - Song Hits

7p 4 - Hum and Strum (Piano and song by your old harmony team) 7 - Your Sports Special 7:15p 4 - Musical Manner 7 - Song Hits 7:20p 4 - Nightly Newsteller 7:30p 4 - Mohawk Showroom 7 - Manhattan Spotlight 7:45p 4 - News Caravan 7 - Nightly Newsteller 7:55p 7 - Weather Fotocast 8p 4 - RFD America 7 - Stop the Music 8:30p 4 - Mary Kay and Johnny 9p 4 - Fireball-Fun for All (with Olsen and Johnson) 7 - Crusade in Europe 9:25p 7 - Headliner 9:30p 7 - Starring Boris Karloff 10p 4 - Martin Kane, Private Eye 7 - Roving Camera WJAR-TV Channel 11 (listed separately) 1:45p - Film Short 1:55p - Baseball, Braves vs. Brooklyn 6p - Meet Your Navy 6:20p - Film Highlights 6:30p - Newstape 6:40p - Tomorrow's Weather 6:45p - Armchair Traveler 7p - Kukla, Fran and Ollie 7:30p - Mohawk Showroom 7:45p - News Caravan 8p - NBC Presents

8:30p - Mary Kay and Johnnie 9p - Fireball Fun For All 10p - Private Eye 10:30p - News Views RETRO: ORLANDO - 7/15/1996 Monday, July 15, 1996 WESH NBC2 05:00AM News at Sunrise 05:30AM News 07:00AM Today 09:00AM Regis & Kathie Lee 10:00AM Maury 11:00AM Sally Jessy Raphael 12:00PM News 12:30PM Rush Limbaugh 01:00PM Days of Our Lives 02:00PM Another World 03:00PM Jerry Springer 04:00PM Montel Williams 05:00PM News 05:30PM News 06:00PM News 06:30PM NBC News 07:00PM A Current Affair 07:30PM Entertainment Tonight 08:00PM Fresh Prince of Bel-Air 08:30PM Fresh Prince of Bel-Air 09:00PM MOVIE: Awake to Danger 11:00PM News 11:35PM The Tonight Show with Jay Leno 12:35AM Late Night with Conan O'Brien 01:35AM Later with Greg Kinnear 02:05AM News 02:35AM NBC News Nightside WCPX CBS6 05:30AM Morning News 06:00AM News 07:00AM This Morning 09:00AM Court TV: Inside America's Courts 09:30AM Hard Copy 10:00AM Guiding Light 11:00AM The Price is Right 12:00PM News 12:30PM Young & the Restless 01:30PM Bold & the Beautiful 02:00PM As the World Turns 03:00PM Rosie O'Donnell 04:00PM Star Trek: The Next Generation 05:00PM News 05:30PM News 06:00PM News 06:30PM CBS News

07:00PM Inside Edition 07:30PM Hard Copy 08:00PM The Nanny 08:30PM Almost Perfect 09:00PM Murphy Brown 09:30PM Cybill 10:00PM Chicago Hope 11:00PM News 11:35PM Late Show with David Letterman 12:35AM Late Late Show with Tom Snyder 01:35AM America's Most Wanted 02:35AM Tempestt 03:35AM Up to the Minute WFTV ABC9 05:00AM News This Morning 05:30AM News 07:00AM Good Morning America 09:00AM Geraldo 10:00AM Rolonda 11:00AM Jenny Jones 12:00PM News 12:30PM The City 01:00PM All My Children 02:00PM One Life to Live 03:00PM General Hospital 04:00PM Oprah Winfrey 05:00PM News 05:30PM News 06:00PM News 06:30PM ABC News 07:00PM Jeopardy! 07:30PM Wheel of Fortune 08:00PM The Marshal 09:00PM MOVIE: MacGyver: Lost Treasure of Atlantis 11:00PM News 11:35PM Nightline 12:05AM Jenny Jones 01:05AM American Journal 01:35AM Caryl & Marilyn: Real Friends 02:35AM ABC World News Now WKCF WB18 05:00AM First Business 05:30AM This Morning's Business 06:00AM Madison's Adventures 06:30AM The Pink Panther 07:00AM VR Troopers 07:30AM Mighty Max 08:00AM Highlander: The Animated Series 08:30AM Garfield and Friends 09:00AM Family Matters 09:30AM Family Ties 10:00AM Beverly Hills, 90210 11:00AM Doogie Howser, M.D. 11:30AM The Wonder Years

12:00PM America's Funniest Home Videos 12:30PM EXTRA 01:00PM Gordon Elliott 02:00PM A Different World 02:30PM Saved by the Bell 03:00PM Full House 03:30PM That's Warner Bros! 04:00PM Animaniacs 04:30PM Step by Step 05:00PM Ricki Lake 06:00PM Fresh Prince of Bel-Air 06:30PM The Cosby Show 07:00PM America's Funniest Home Videos 07:30PM Seinfeld 08:00PM Baywatch 09:00PM Highlander: The Series 10:00PM News 10:30PM EXTRA 11:00PM Cops 11:30PM Real Stories of the Highway Patrol 12:00AM LAPD: Life on the Beat 12:30AM Baywatch 01:30AM Lauren Hutton And... 02:00AM TBA 03:00AM Gordon Elliott 04:00AM Mark Walberg WOFL FOX35 05:00AM CNN Headline News 06:00AM Rimba's Island 06:30AM Mutant League 07:00AM Littlest Pet Shop 07:30AM Eek! Stravaganza 08:00AM Goof Troop 08:30AM Bonkers 09:00AM Magnum, P.I. 10:00AM Hawaii Five-0 11:00AM In the Heat of the Night 12:00PM Empty Nest 12:30PM Coach 01:00PM Knight Rider 02:00PM Dinosaurs 02:30PM Aladdin 03:00PM Gargoyles 03:30PM Taz-Mania 04:00PM Bobby's World 04:30PM Adventures of Batman & Robin 05:00PM Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers 05:30PM Blossom 06:00PM Roseanne 06:30PM The Simpsons 07:00PM Home Improvement 07:30PM Married...with Children 08:00PM MOVIE: So I Married an Axe Murderer 10:00PM Renegade: Most Wanted 11:00PM Roseanne

11:30PM Murphy Brown 12:00AM Northern Exposure 01:00AM 21 Jump Street 02:00AM Growing Pains 02:30AM Dear John 03:00AM Bonanza 04:00AM George & Alana WRBW UPN65 05:00AM The Fugitive 06:00AM Blinky Bill 06:30AM Bananas in Pajamas 07:00AM Sailor Moon 07:30AM The Flintstones 08:00AM The Woody Woodpecker Show 08:30AM Laverne & Shirley 09:00AM Paid Programming 09:30AM Wishbone 10:00AM Donahue 11:00AM Richard Bey 12:00PM MOVIE: The Third Man 02:00PM MOVIE: Lady Ice 04:00PM Gilligan's Island 04:30PM Leave it to Beaver 05:00PM Leave it to Beaver 05:30PM Gomer Pyle, U.S.M.C. 06:00PM The Little Rascals 06:30PM The Little Rascals 07:00PM Star Trek: Deep Space Nine 08:00PM Star Trek: Voyager 09:00PM Nowhere Man 10:00PM Rush Limbaugh 10:30PM All in the Family 11:00PM I Love Lucy 11:30PM The Honeymooners 12:00AM The Country Music Murders 02:00AM Product Showcase 02:30AM Paid Programming 03:00AM The BJ/Lobo Show 04:00AM Cannon RETRO: MILWAUKEE - 3/31/1998 Tuesday, March 31, 1998 WTMJ NBC4 05:00AM News at Sunrise 05:30AM News 06:00AM News 07:00AM Today 09:00AM Martha Stewart Living 09:30AM Gayle King 10:00AM Leeza 11:00AM News 11:30AM News 12:00PM Days of Our Lives

01:00PM Sunset Beach 02:00PM Another World 03:00PM American Journal 03:30PM Jeopardy! 04:00PM News 04:30PM News 05:00PM News 05:30PM NBC News 06:00PM News 06:30PM Wheel of Fortune 07:00PM Mad About You 07:30PM For Your Love 08:00PM Frasier 08:30PM Lateline 09:00PM Dateline NBC 10:00PM News 10:35PM The Tonight Show with Jay Leno 11:35PM EXTRA 12:05AM Late Night with Conan O'Brien 01:05AM Later 01:35AM People's Court 02:35AM CNN Headline News 03:30AM Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman 04:30AM NBC News Nightside WITI FOX6 05:00AM Murphy Brown 05:30AM Wake-Up News 07:00AM Wake-Up News 09:00AM Ricki Lake 10:00AM Jenny Jones 11:00AM M*A*S*H 11:30AM M*A*S*H 12:00PM News 12:30PM Real TV 01:00PM Newlywed Game 01:30PM Dating Game 02:00PM Ricki Lake 03:00PM Geraldo Rivera 04:00PM Rosie O'Donnell 05:00PM News 05:30PM News 06:00PM News 06:30PM Real TV 07:00PM MOVIE: What's Love Got to Do With It 09:00PM News 10:00PM News 10:35PM M*A*S*H 11:05PM Cheers 11:35PM Hard Copy 12:05AM Cops 12:35AM Real Stories of the Highway Patrol 01:05AM Keenen Ivory Williams 02:05AM Jenny Jones 03:05AM Access Hollywood 03:35AM Rescue 911

04:05AM Happy Days 04:35AM Bloomberg Small Business WISN ABC12 05:00AM News This Morning 05:30AM News 07:00AM Good Morning America 09:00AM Regis & Kathie Lee 10:00AM All My Children 11:00AM Maury 12:00PM News 12:30PM Port Charles 01:00PM One Life to Live 02:00PM General Hospital 03:00PM Montel Williams 04:00PM Oprah Winfrey 05:00PM News 05:30PM ABC News 06:00PM News 06:30PM Entertainment Tonight 07:00PM Home Improvement 07:30PM Something So Right 08:00PM Home Improvement 08:30PM That's Life 09:00PM NYPD Blue 10:00PM News 10:35PM Grace Under Fire 11:05PM Coach 11:35PM Nightline 12:05AM Politically Incorrect 12:35AM Inside Edition 01:05AM News 01:35AM Paid Programming 02:05AM ABC World News Now WVTV WB18 06:00AM Marvel Superheroes 06:30AM Garfield and Friends 07:00AM X-Men 07:30AM Wacky World of Tex Avery 08:00AM The Mask 08:30AM Mr. Men 09:00AM Paid Programming 09:30AM Kenneth Copeland 10:00AM Paid Programming (2x) 11:00AM Amen 11:30AM Laverne and Shirley 12:00PM In the Heat of the Night 01:00PM LAPD: Life on the Beat 01:30PM Strange Universe 02:00PM Three's Company 02:30PM Zorro 03:00PM Mighty Ducks 03:30PM 101 Dalmatians: The Series 04:00PM Extreme Ghostbusters 04:30PM Blossom

05:00PM Boy Meets World 05:30PM Full House 06:00PM Mad About You 06:30PM Seinfeld 07:00PM Buffy the Vampire Slayer 08:00PM Dawson's Creek 09:00PM Home Improvement 09:30PM NBA Basketball: Milwaukee Bucks at Golden State Warriors 12:00AM Married...with Children 12:30AM Star Trek: Deep Space Nine 01:30AM Paid Programming (9x) WCGV IND24 05:00AM Psalms 06:00AM Extreme Dinosaurs 06:30AM Mummies Alive! 07:00AM Bobby's World 07:30AM Bobby's World 08:00AM The Real Adventures of Jonny Quest 08:30AM Bananas in Pajamas 09:00AM Paid Programming (2x) 10:00AM Rockford Files 11:00AM Matlock 12:00PM Andy Griffith 12:30PM Andy Griffith 01:00PM Matlock 02:00PM 700 Club 03:00PM BeetleBorgs Metallix 03:30PM Spider-Man 04:00PM Power Rangers Turbo 04:30PM Where on Earth is Carmen Sandiego? 05:00PM Hangin' with Mr. Cooper 05:30PM Fresh Prince of Bel-Air 06:00PM The Simpsons 06:30PM Home Improvement 07:00PM MOVIE: Matlock: The Suspect 09:00PM Frasier 09:30PM Mad About You 10:00PM Living Single 10:30PM Fresh Prince of Bel-Air 11:00PM Star Trek: The Next Generation 12:00AM Martin 12:30AM Vibe 01:30AM Paid Programming 02:00AM Paid Programming 03:00AM Samuel 04:00AM Shepherd's Chapel WDJT CBS58 05:00AM Paid Programming 05:30AM This Morning's Business 06:00AM CBS News 07:00AM This Morning 09:00AM Sally Jessy Raphael 10:00AM The Price is Right 11:00AM Young & the Restless

12:00PM America's Funniest Home Videos 12:30PM Bold & the Beautiful 01:00PM As the World Turns 02:00PM Guiding Light 03:00PM Jerry Springer 04:00PM Judge Judy (2x) 05:00PM News 05:30PM CBS News 06:00PM News 06:30PM Pictionary 07:00PM JAG 08:00PM Public Eye with Bryant Gumbel 09:00PM Public Eye with Bryant Gumbel 10:00PM News 10:35PM Late Show with David Letterman 11:35PM Late Late Show with Tom Snyder 12:35AM Animal Rescue 01:05AM Emergency with Alex Paen 01:35AM Paid Programming 02:05AM Paid Programming (2x) 03:05AM Up to the Minute RETRO: MILWAUKEE - 2/15/1997 Saturday, February 15, 1997 WTMJ NBC4 05:00AM Coast Guard 05:30AM AG-USA 06:00AM Hang Time 06:30AM Saved by the Bell: The New Class 07:00AM Today 09:00AM Your New House 09:30AM News for Kids 10:00AM P.E. TV 10:30AM Gladiators 2000 11:00AM NBA Inside Stuff 11:30AM Milwaukee Wave Soccer Weekly 12:00PM Young America Outdoors 12:30PM Legends of Lombardi Avenue 01:00PM Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman 02:00PM Skiing: Sprint Bumps & Jumps 03:00PM College Basketball: Syracuse Orange at West Virginia Mountaineers 05:00PM News 05:30PM NBC News 06:00PM News 06:30PM Wheel of Fortune 07:00PM The Pretender 08:00PM Profiler 10:00PM News 10:30PM Saturday Night Live 12:00AM It's Showtime at the Apollo 01:00AM Soul Train 02:00AM CNN Headline News 03:30AM NBC News Nightside

WITI FOX6 06:00AM Flipper 07:00AM Feed Your Mind 07:30AM Wild About Animals 08:00AM News 09:30AM Martha Stewart Living 10:00AM Ask Gus 10:30AM Weekend Open House 11:00AM College Basketball: Northwestern Wildcats at Penn State Nittany Lions 01:30PM College Basketball: Minnesota Golden Gophers at Iowa Hawkeyes 03:30PM College Basketball: Purdue Boilermakers at Wisconsin Badgers 05:30PM News 06:30PM Hogan's Heroes 07:00PM Cops 07:30PM Cops 08:00PM America's Most Wanted: America Fights Back 09:00PM News 10:00PM News 10:35PM MAD TV 11:35PM Tales from the Crypt 12:05AM Tales from the Crypt 12:35AM Two 01:35AM Court TV Weekend 02:05AM Happy Days 02:35AM Real Stories of the Highway Patrol 03:05AM Haven 03:35AM MOVIE: Silver Bears WISN ABC12 05:00AM Jack Hanna's Animal Adventures 05:30AM US Farm Report 06:00AM Dream Big 06:30AM Cappelli & Company 07:00AM Jungle Cubs 07:30AM Brand Spanking New! Doug 08:00AM Brand Spanking New! Doug 08:30AM Mighty Ducks 09:00AM Bugs Bunny & Tweety Show 09:30AM Bugs Bunny & Tweety Show 10:00AM Bone Chillers 10:30AM Gargoyles 11:00AM The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh 11:30AM Weekend Specials 12:00PM Paid Programming 12:30PM College Basketball: South Carolina Gamecocks at Cincinnati Bearcats 03:00PM Golf: United Airlines Hawaiian Open 05:00PM Teen Forum 05:30PM ABC News 06:00PM News 06:30PM Inside Edition Weekend 07:00PM Figure Skating: State Farm US Championships 10:00PM News 10:35PM The Money Game 11:05PM PSI Factor: Chronicles of the Paranormal 12:05AM Viper

01:05AM Extremists 01:35AM Siskel & Ebert 02:05AM The Entertainers 03:05AM Teen Forum 03:35AM Perfect Strangers (2x) 04:35AM Look In WVTV IND18 06:00AM Scouting Today 06:30AM Girl Scouting Today 07:00AM Bruno the Kid 07:30AM Dragon Flyz 08:00AM Eagle Riders 08:30AM Sky Dancers 09:00AM All Dogs Go to Heaven 09:30AM Richie Rich 10:00AM Oscar's Orchestra 10:30AM The Why Why Family 11:00AM Video Car Lot 11:30AM WMAC Masters 12:00PM WCW Pro Wrestling 01:00PM American Gladiators 02:00PM Tarzan: The Epic Adventures 03:00PM MOVIE: Men at Work 05:00PM Mama's Family 05:30PM Mama's Family 06:00PM Mad About You 06:30PM Seinfeld 07:00PM MOVIE: My Stepmother is an Alien 09:00PM Matlock 10:00PM Night Court 10:30PM Night Court 11:00PM Baywatch 12:00AM Paid Programming 12:30AM Paid Programming 01:00AM I Dream of Jeannie 01:30AM I Dream of Jeannie 02:00AM SIGN-OFF WCGV UPN24 06:00AM Saban's Adventures of Oliver Twist 06:30AM Dino Babies 07:00AM C-Bear and Jamal 07:30AM Big Bad BeetleBorgs 08:00AM Spider-Man 08:30AM Casper 09:00AM Goosebumps 09:30AM Eerie, Indiana 10:00AM Life with Louie 10:30AM X-Men 11:00AM Bill Nye the Science Guy 11:30AM Paid Programming 12:00PM Take One 12:30PM Sweet Valley High 01:00PM The Adventures of Sinbad 02:00PM Baywatch

03:00PM College Basketball: Marquette Golden Eagles at UNC-Charlotte 49ers 05:00PM Baywatch Nights 06:00PM Star Trek: Voyager 07:00PM Star Trek: Deep Space Nine 08:00PM MOVIE: FX2 10:00PM MOVIE: Treacherous 12:00AM Hercules: The Legendary Journeys 01:00AM Xena: Warrior Princess 02:00AM MOVIE: Red Heat 04:00AM Paid Programming (2x) WDJT CBS58 05:00AM Captain Planet and the Planeteers 05:30AM Madison's Adventures Growing Up 06:00AM Ghostwriter 06:30AM Sing Me a Story with Belle 07:00AM The Mask 07:30AM Timon & Pumbaa 08:00AM The Mask 08:30AM Project G.eeK.eR 09:00AM Ace Ventura: Pet Detective 09:30AM Bailey Kipper's P.O.V. 10:00AM Secrets of the Cryptkeeper's Haunted House 10:30AM Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 11:00AM Auto Racing: NASCAR Gargoyles 300 01:30PM Auto Racing: NASCAR Gatorade Twin 125's 03:30PM Skiing: World Alpine Championships 05:00PM America's Funniest Home Videos 05:30PM CBS News 06:00PM FX: The Series 07:00PM Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman 09:00PM Walker, Texas Ranger 10:00PM The Outer Limits 11:00PM Poltergeist: The Legacy 12:00AM Highlander: The Series 01:00AM Bounty Hunters 02:00AM Paid Programming (2x) 03:00AM Could It Be a Miracle? 04:00AM Night Stand Retro: Carolina-Tennessee Thursday, January 15, 1970 From TV Guide, Carolina-Tennessee Edition: WSJK (WETP) Ch. 2 Knoxville (Sneedville), TN (NET) does not indicate if the station had in-school programs 4 PM Sesame Street 5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 5:30 Friendly Giant 5:45 Merlin The Magician 6 PM What's New 6:30 Folk Guitar Plus 7 PM Agricultural Science 7:30 French Chef

8 PM Washington Week In Review 8:30 NET Playhouse: "Hamile" (an African interpretation of "Hamlet" sign off 10:30 PM WBTV Ch. 3 Charlotte (CBS) 6:15 Almanac 6:25 TV Party Line 6:55 Local News 7 AM CBS News (Joseph Benti) 7:30 Morning Report 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Gomer Pyle, USMC (day-behind, from 4 PM) 9:30 Hazel 10 AM The Lucy Show 10:30 Beverly Hillbillies 11 AM Andy Griffith 11:30 Love Of Life 12 N Noon Report 12:25 Pat Lee (women's show) 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM Betty Feezor 1:30 As The World Turns 2 PM Love Is A Many Splendored Thing 2:30 Guiding Light 3 PM Secret Storm 3:30 Edge Of Night 4 PM Real McCoys 4:30 Mike Douglas (Jimmy Dean, Rod McKuen, Bill Monroe and the Bluegrass Boys, Judy Lynn, Grandpa Jones) 6 PM News, Weather, Sports 6:25 Editorial 6:30 CBS News (Walter Cronkite) 7 PM Arthur Smith 7:30 Family Affair 8 PM Jim Nabors (guest: Barbara McNair) 9 PM CBS Movie: "Escape From Fort Bravo" 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:25 Editorial 11:30 Merv Griffin (Rita Moreno, singer Dick Jensen) WFBC (WYFF) Ch. 4 Greenville, SC (NBC) 6:30 Christophers 6:45 Lessons For Living 7 AM Today (Hugh Downs/Barbara Walters; guests are David Lewis, biographer of Martin Luther King; editorial cartoonist John Chase) 9 AM Romper Room 9:30 Leave It To Beaver 9:55 Paul Harvey 10 AM It Takes Two (Amanda Blake and Tim O'Connor and spouses; Sandy Baron and date) 10:25 NBC News (Nancy Dickerson)

10:30 Concentration 11 AM Sale Of The Century 11:30 Hollywood Squares (Jim Backus, Nanette Fabray, Joyce Haber, Harvey Korman, Lou Rawls, Wally Cox, Abby Dalton, Charley Weaver, Paul Lynde) 12 N Jeopardy! 12:30 Who, What Or Where 12:55 NBC News (Floyd Kalber) 1 PM Today In The Piedmont 1:30 Life With Linkletter (guests: Groucho Marx, swimming instructor Crystal Scarborough--I'd love to know how Groucho reacted to her!) 2 PM Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 3:30 Monty's Rascals 4 PM Name Droppers (guests: Joan Rivers, William Shatner, Alan Sues) 4:30 Mike Douglas (same as Ch. 3) 5:55 Paul Harvey 6 PM News, Weather, Sports 6:30 Huntley-Brinkley Report 7 PM Wagon Train 8:30 Bob Hope Christmas Special (highlights of his tour of military bases in Germany, Italy, Turkey, Thailand, Vietnam, Taiwan, and Guam; guests are Connie Stevens, dancer Suzanne Charney, Miss World Eva Reuber-Staier, the Golddiggers, actress Romy Schneider (in Germany only), the Pieros (comic jugglers), Teresa Graves, Les Brown and His Band of Renown, Neil Armstrong (in Thailand in South Vietnam)) 10 PM Dean Martin (guests: Sammy Davis Jr., Andy Griffith, Paul Lynde, comic-singer Glenn Ash) 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 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 It Takes Two 10:25 NBC News 10:30 Concentration 11 AM Sale Of The Century 11:30 Hollywood Squares 12 N Jeopardy! 12:30 Who, What Or Where 12:55 News (Evelyn Booher) 1 PM Divorce Court 1:30 Life With Linkletter 2 PM Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 3:30 Bright Promise 4 PM Name Droppers

4:30 Looney Tunes 5 PM Best Of The West (selected Westerns, not the ABC sitcom) 6 PM News, Weather, Sports 6:25 Editorial 6:30 Huntley-Brinkley Report 7 PM McHale's Navy 7:30 Daniel Boone 8:30 Bob Hope Christmas Special 10 PM Dean Martin 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:25 Editorial 11:30 Tonight Show WATE Ch. 6 Knoxville (NBC) 6 AM Harry Whittington 7 AM Today 9 AM Name Droppers (Dyan Cannon, Tony Randall, Charley Weaver--appears to be a one-week delay) 9:30 Homemakers 9:55 Today In Tennessee 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 1 PM Truth Or Consequences 1:30 Life With Linkletter 2 PM Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 3:30 Bright Promise 4 PM Popeye 4:30 Mike Douglas (the Craig Hundley Jazz Trio, Rick Nelson, singer Janis ("At Seventeen") Ian) 6 PM News, Weather, Sports 6:30 Huntley-Brinkley Report 7 PM Country Hayride 7:30 Daniel Boone 8:30 Bob Hope Christmas Special 10 PM Dean Martin 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Tonight Show WSPA Ch. 7 Spartanburg, SC (CBS) 6:10 Agriculture 6:25 Sunrise Semester: "Math" 6:55 Meditation 7 AM CBS News 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM PDQ (returned in 1973 as "Baffle")

9:30 Nancy Welch 10 AM The Lucy Show 10:30 Beverly Hillbillies 11 AM Andy Griffith 11:30 Love Of Life 12 N Where The Heart Is 12:25 News (local) 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM Queen For A Day (the failed Dick Curtis version) 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 Strange Paradise (a poor ripoff of "Dark Shadows") 5:30 F Troop 6 PM News, Weather, Sports 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Dick Van Dyke 7:30 Family Affair 8 PM Jim Nabors 9 PM CBS Movie: "Escape From Fort Bravo" 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Merv Griffin WSOC Ch. 9 Charlotte (NBC) 6:45 On The House 7 AM Today 9 AM Today In The Carolinas 9:30 Movie Game 10 AM It Takes Two 10:25 NBC News 10:30 Concentration 11 AM Sale Of The Century 11:30 Hollywood Squares 12 N Midday (Jimmy Kilgo) 12:30 Who, What Or Where 12:55 NBC News 1 PM Jeopardy! 1:30 Life With Linkletter 2 PM Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 3:30 Flintstones 4 PM Gilligan's Island 4:30 I Love Lucy 5 PM Perry Mason 5:55 Paul Harvey 6 PM News, Weather, Sports 6:30 Huntley-Brinkley Report 7 PM Movie: "The Raiders" 8:30 Bob Hope Christmas Special 10 PM Dean Martin

11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Tonight Show WBIR Ch. 10 Knoxville (CBS) 5:30 Sunrise Semester: "Math" 6 AM Farm And Home 7 AM CBS News 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Betty Adler (women's show) 9:30 Galloping Gourmet 10 AM The Lucy Show 10:30 Beverly Hillbillies 11 AM Andy Griffith 11:30 Love Of Life 12 N Where The Heart Is 12:25 CBS News (Douglas Edwards) 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM Divorce Court 1:30 As The World Turns 2 PM Love Is A Many Splendored Thing 2:30 Guiding Light 3 PM Secret Storm 3:30 Edge Of Night 4 PM Gomer Pyle, USMC 4:30 Movie: "The Gambler From Natchez" 5:55 Paul Harvey 6 PM News, Weather, Sports 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Movie: "The Burning Hills" 9 PM CBS Movie: "Escape From Fort Bravo" 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Paul Harvey 11:35 Movie: "Naked Alibi" WJHL Ch. 11 Johnson City, TN (CBS) 6:15 News, Farm Report 6:30 First Call 7 AM CBS News 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Leave It To Beaver 9:30 Queen For A Day 10 AM The Lucy Show 10:30 Beverly Hillbillies 11 AM Andy Griffith 11:30 Love Of Life 12 N Where The Heart Is 12:25 CBS News 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM Kathryn Willis (women's 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 Gilligan's Island 5 PM Perry Mason 6 PM News, Weather, Sports 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Truth Or Consequences 7:30 Family Affair 8 PM Jim Nabors 9 PM CBS Movie: "Escape From Fort Bravo" 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Merv Griffin WLOS Ch. 13 Asheville, NC (ABC) 6:30 Mr. Bill's Cartoons 7 AM News (Bill Norwood) 7:05 Mr. Bill's Cartoons continues 9 AM Movie: "Dawn At Socorro" 10:50 News (local) 11 AM Password (the 1965-67 CBS color episodes) 11:30 Galloping Gourmet 12 N Bewitched 12:30 That Girl 1 PM All My Children (had debuted Jan. 5) 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 Perry Mason 5:30 News (Arthur Whiteside) 6 PM I Love Lucy (the Orson Welles episode) 6:30 Truth Or Consequences 7 PM Real McCoys 7:30 Jacques Cousteau: "The Night Of The Squid" 8:30 Bewitched 9 PM This Is Tom Jones (guests: George Gobel, Shani Wallis, Spanish singer Rafael, the Rascals) 10 PM It Takes A Thief (last show at this time--starting Jan. 19 it airs Mondays at 7:30 as George Hamilton's "Paris 7000" takes over this timeslot) 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:25 Editorial 11:30 Dick Cavett (Federico Fellini, John Sebastian) WHKY Ch. 14 Hickory, NC (Ind.) 11:30 Panorama 12 N Our World Today (not to be confused with "Your World Today," which WLOS called its newscasts from 1973-76) 12:30 Topper 1 PM Scope (travelogue) 1:30 Movie: TBA 3 PM TV Hour Of Stars 4 PM TV Reader's Digest

4:30 Dick's Rascals 5:30 Planet Patrol (don't know if this is the '50s series) 6 PM News, Weather, Sports 6:30 Man From Cochise 7 PM Jim Bowie 7:30 It's A Great Life (Frances Bavier played landlady to two ex-GIs on this 1954-56 sitcom) 8 PM Movie: "The Call Of The Wild" 10 PM News, Weather, Sports 10:20 Movie: "Riding The Lone Trail" 11:30 Stories Of The Century WUNE Ch. 17 Linville, NC/WUNF Ch. 33 Asheville (NET) 9 AM United States History 9:30 Film 10 AM Sesame Street 11 AM Film 11:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 12 N Aspect (farm show) 12:30 Mid-Day News 12:45 Friendly Giant 1 PM United States History 1:30 nothing listed--don't know if Chs. 17 and 33 signed off or the time was used for in-school programs 4:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 5 PM Sesame Street 6 PM Film 6:30 What's New 7 PM Evening Edition 7:30 Farmer Education 8 PM Washington Week In Review 8:30 NET Playhouse (same as Ch. 2) sign off 10:30 PM WCCB Ch. 18 Charlotte (ABC) 7:30 Educational Foundation 8 AM Morning News 8:30 Jack LaLanne 9 AM Romper Room 10 AM Movie: "Four Frightened People" 11:30 News, Weather, Sports, Features 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 Galloping Gourmet 5 PM Sergeant Mills 6 PM ABC News (Frank Reynolds/Howard K. Smith-Harry Reasoner didn't move to ABC until December

1970) 6:30 Munsters 7 PM Hennesey 7:30 Jacques Cousteau 8:30 Bewitched 9 PM This Is Tom Jones 10 PM It Takes A Thief 11 PM Galloping Gourmet 11:30 Dick Cavett WKPT Ch. 19 Kingsport, TN (ABC) 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 Bozo The Clown 5 PM F Troop 5:30 News (Karant/Freehoff) 6 PM ABC News 6:30 Flintstones 7 PM Hazel 7:30 Jacques Cousteau 8:30 Bewitched 9 PM This Is Tom Jones 10 PM It Takes A Thief 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Dick Cavett WTVK Ch. 26 (WVLT Ch. 8) Knoxville (ABC) 8:30 Jack LaLanne 9 AM Romper Room 10 AM Hazel 10:30 Brunch Bunch 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 Skippy The Bush Kangaroo 5 PM Bozo The Clown 5:55 Weather 6 PM ABC News 6:30 McHale's Navy 7 PM Gilligan's Island

7:30 Jacques Cousteau 8:30 Bewitched 9 PM This Is Tom Jones 10 PM It Takes A Thief 11 PM Joe Pyne 11:30 Dick Cavett WNTV Ch. 29 Greenville, SC (NET) 7:45 Sesame Street 8:45 In-school programs 5:15 Friendly Giant 5:30 Sesame Street 6:30 June Bugg (kids' show carried statewide on SCETV) 7 PM Job Man Caravan 7:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 8 PM Medical Education 9 PM Folk Guitar 9:30 Washington Week In Review 10 PM South Carolina History WCTU (WCNC, pre-Turner as well) Ch. 36 Charlotte (Ind.) 5 PM Movie: "The Web" 6:55 Weather 7 PM Ford Philpot Jacksonville (FL) Crusade 8 PM Laredo 9 PM Movie: "Broadway" 11 PM Movie: "Jungle Man" (Buster Crabbe) WAIM (WMYA) Ch. 40 Anderson, SC (ABC/CBS) 7:30 CBS News 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Morning Vespers 9:30 Ladies' Day 10 AM The Lucy Show 10:30 Beverly Hillbillies 11 AM Andy Griffith 11:30 Love Of Life 12 N Where The Heart Is 12:25 News (local) 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM All My Children 1:30 Let's Make A Deal 2 PM Love Is A Many Splendored Thing 2:30 Guiding Light 3 PM Secret Storm 3:30 Edge Of Night 4 PM Dark Shadows 4:30 Panorama 5 PM Compass 5:30 Evening Reflections 6 PM Agricultural Panorama 6:30 CBS News

7 PM Quest For Adventure 7:30 Family Affair 8 PM Jim Nabors 9 PM CBS Movie: "Escape From Fort Bravo" 11 PM Compass 11:30 Merv Griffin Retro; New York City, Thursday, January 16, 1947 Source; New York Times Stations/Channels; 2-WCBS-TV (CBS) 4-WNBT (NBC) 5-WABD (DuMont) No Morning Programming AFTERNOON 1:00 5-News, test patterns (to 4 PM) EVENING 7:50 4-Television Newsreel; John Cameron Swayze narrates 8:00 4-Hour Glass with Helen Parrish (variety) 5-Melody Bar Ranch 8:15 2-Television News; Douglas Edwards 8:30 2-All New York Junior High School Quiz 5-Film Shorts 9:00 2-Drama; "Delivery Guaranteed" 4-You Are An Artist (instruction); Jon Gnagy 5-Cash and Carry (quiz); Dennis James 9:15 4-Newsreel 9:30 2-Basketball from Madison Square Garden Retro: Tucson and Phoenix, Arizona, 7/8/9/10 January, 1954 Source: Arizona Daily Star, 7-10 January 1954 These were the first days that the Arizona Daily Star and the Tucson Citizen (separately owned but cooperatively published) listed both Phoenix/Mesa and Tucson stations simultaneously. Interestingly, KPHO still had the CBS affiliation in Phoenix; perhaps the network was waiting to see how the KOY-TV/KOOL-TV time-sharing of Channel 10 would pan out. Also interesting to see that KVOA-TV took a pass on NBC’s Thursday feed of Dragnet but KOPO-TV was picking up the syndicated reruns as Badge 714 on Mondays. STATIONS:

4 KVOA-TV Tucson (NBC/ABC) 5 KPHO-TV Phoenix (CBS/ABC/DuMont) 10 KOY-TV Phoenix/KOOL-TV (KSAZ-TV) Phoenix (Independents) 12 KTYL-TV (KPNX) Mesa (NBC/DuMont) 13 KOPO-TV (KOLD-TV) Tucson (CBS/DuMont) THURSDAY, JANUARY 7, 1954 MORNING 10:45 4 President Eisenhower AFTERNOON 1:00 4 Glamour Girl 5 The Big Payoff (c) 12 Kate Smith 13 Test Tunes – Popular Vocals 1:30 4 Hawkins Falls 5 Bob Crosby (c) 1:45 4 The Bennetts 2:00 4 Three Steps to Heaven 5 Garry Moore 12 Welcome Travelers 2:15 4 Follow Your Heart 2:30 4/12 On Your Account (c) 5 Strike it Rich 3:00 4 Webb Spinning 5 Cook’s Corner 12 Channel 12 Calling 13 Shorts 3:30 4 Ladies Matinee 13 Love of Life 3:45 13 Visiting with Virginia 4:00 5 Art In Your Life 10 The Stan Norman Show 12 Cookery Magic 4:30

5 Love of Life 4:45 4 Sagebrush Theatre 5 Search for Tomorrow 5:00 5 Room for Adventure 10 Armchair Adventure 12 Big 12 Posse 13 Down Melody Lane 5:15 10 That’s Five For You 13 Telenews 5:30 4 Ding Dong School 5 Doug Edwards News (c) 10 Big Ten Ranch Gang 12 Dinah Shore 13 Uncle Mac & Squeaky 5:45 5 Reddy Cartoons 12 Camel News Caravan (for 45 minutes?!?) EVENING 6:00 4 Weather – Melody 5 What’s Your Trouble? 13 Bar Nothing Ranch 6:15 4 Sound Stage 5 News in Focus 6:30 4/12 T-Men in Action (c) 5 Superman 10 Charlie Chase 13 Old American Barn Dance 6:45 10 News 7:00 4 Hopalong Cassidy 5 TBA 10 Adventure Theatre 12 Dragnet 13 Shorts 7:15 13 Show Me How

7:30 4 Ford Theatre 5 Arizona TV Newsreel 12 The Visitor 13 Life is Worth Living (Bishop Fulton J. Sheen, from DuMont on kinescope) 8:00 4 TV Bingo Party 5 Meet Mr. McNutley 10 Arizona Forum 12 Martin Kane 13 I Am The Law 8:30 4 Sports Reel 5 Chevron Theatre 10 Where’s Raymond 12 Story Theatre 13 Place The Face 8:45 4 News Spotlight 9:00 4 You Bet Your Life 5 Make Room For Daddy 10 First Run Theatre 12 Headline Edition 13 Sports Highlights 9:30 4 Hank McCune 5 Sports Hi-Lites 12 Rocky King 13 Story Time 10:00 4 Weather 5 Lux Video Theatre (c) 12 You Bet Your Life 13 Rhythm & Romance 10:05 4 La Hora Mexicana 10:15 13 Yesterday’s Newsreel 10:30 4 Late Show 5 Big Town (c) 10 Encore Theatre 12 Feature Favorite 13 Weather 10:45

13 Late Movie 11:00 5 Movietime 11:30 12 Sports – Final Edition FRIDAY, JANUARY 8, 1954 MORNING 10:45 4 President Eisenhower AFTERNOON 1:00 4 Glamour Girl 5 The Big Payoff (c) 12 Kate Smith 13 Test Tunes – Popular Vocals 1:30 4 Hawkins Falls 5 Bob Crosby (c) 1:45 4 The Bennetts 2:00 4 Three Steps to Heaven 5 I’ll Buy That 12 Welcome Travelers 2:15 4 Follow Your Heart 2:30 4/12 On Your Account (c) 5 Strike it Rich 3:00 4 At Home with Freda 5 Cook’s Corner 12 Channel 12 Calling 13 Music With a View 3:30 4 Ladies Matinee 13 Love of Life 3:45 13 Visiting with Virginia 4:00 5 Luke Field Presents 10 The Stan Norman Show 12 Cookery Magic

4:30 5 Love of Life 4:45 4 Sagebrush Theatre 5 Search for Tomorrow 5:00 5 Room for Adventure 10 Jonathan Story 12 Big 12 Posse 13 Down Melody Lane 5:15 10 That’s Five For You 13 Telenews 5:30 4 Ding Dong School 5 Doug Edwards News (c) 10 Big Ten Ranch Gang 12 Coke Time 13 Uncle Mac & Squeaky 5:45 5 Reddy Kids - Weather 12 Camel News Caravan (for 45 minutes?!?) EVENING 6:00 4 Weather 5 Lilli Palmer 12 Dave Garroway 13 Shorts 6:05 4 Youth Wants to Know 6:15 5 News in Focus 10 Peanut Circus 6:30 4 Two On the Aisle 5 Featurette 10 Johnny Caldwell 12 Stars on Parade 13 Speaking of Tucson 6:45 10 News 13 Sports with Perlin 7:00 4/10 Wrestling

5 I Love Lucy 12 The Big Story 13 Abbott & Costello 7:30 5 The Lone Ranger 12 Soundstage 13 Ethel Barrymore Theatre 8:00 4 Heart of the City 5/13 My Friend Irma (c) 10 Dana & The Westerners 12 Gillette Cavalcade of Sports (Friday night boxing) 8:30 4 Desert Trails 5 You Asked For It 10 Gloria Swanson Theatre 13 Paul Killium 8:45 4 News Spotlight 12 TV Clinic 13 Yesterday’s Newsreel 9:00 4 Pastor’s Study 5/13 Playhouse of Stars 10 First Run Theatre 12 Headline Edition 9:15 12 Highway Patrol 9:30 4 La Hora Mexicana 5 Topper 12 Douglas Fairbanks Presents 13 Boston Blackie 10:00 4 Late Movie 5 City Detective 12 Boston Blackie 13 KOPO Playhouse 10:30 5 Wrestling 10 Encore Theatre 12 Feature Favorite 13 Weather 10:45 13 Platterama

11:30 5 Movietime 12 Sports – Final Edition SATURDAY, JANUARY 9, 1954 AFTERNOON 1:00 5 Matinee Theatre 1:30 5 Western Theatre 3:30 12 Big 12 Trail 13 The Bette Dean Show 4:00 4 Early Show 5 Treasure Time 10 Range Busters 13 Shorts 4:15 13 Hobby Date 4:30 5 Johnny Jupiter 4:45 13 Shorts 5:00 5 Meet Millie 10 Comedy Time 13 Pied Piper 5:15 4 The Nature of Things 5:30 4/12 Ethel & Albert (c) 5 Scouting in Action 13 Bea & Bobo 5:45 5 Wanted 10 Charlie Chase 13 Shorts EVENING 6:00 4 The Spike Jones Show (C) 5 Texas Rasslin’ 10 Adventure Theatre 12 Western Roundup

13 The Jackie Gleason Show (C) 6:30 4 Front Page Direct 12 Ted Mack’s Original Amateur Hour 7:00 4 Movie 5 Cavalcade of America 12 Your Show of Shows 13 Two For The Money 7:30 5 Two For The Money 10 Abbott & Costello 12 Western Ranch 13 The Cisco Kid 8:00 4 Late Show 5/13 Medallion Theatre (C) 10 Platter Panorama 8:30 5 Beat the Clock 12 Your Hit Parade 13 This is Show Business 9:00 5 The Jackie Gleason Show 10 First Run Theatre 12/13 I Led Three Lives 9:30 12 Wrestling 13 Two on the Aisle (the same show that was on KVOA yesterday at 6:30??) 10:00 5 Double Feature Movietime 10 Encore Theatre 12 Family Theatre (at 10:00??) 13 Big Time Wrestling 11:00 13 Late Movie SUNDAY. JANUARY 10, 1954 AFTERNOON 1:00 5 Youth Wants to Know 12 Christ in the Valley 13 Resources, Freedom (C) 1:30 5 Man of the Week

12 Kukla, Fran & Ollie 2:00 12 Excursion 13 The Big Picture 2:30 5/13 Adventure (C) 12 Zoo Parade 3:00 5/13 Omnibus (C) 10 Church in the Home 4:00 4 Frontiers of Faith 10 Arizona’s #1 Killer 12 Boxing (kinescoped?) 4:30 4 American Forum 5/13 You Are There (C) 10 The Christophers 4:45 10 Corridors of Time 5:00 4 British Movie 5 Life with Father 10 Million Dollar Movie Night 12 The Roy Rogers Show 13 The Jeffrey Jones Show 5:30 5 Talent Patrol 12 Mr. Peepers 13 KOPO Playhouse EVENING 6:00 5 The Name’s The Same 12 Piano Portraits 13 Toast of the Town (C) 6:30 4 Excursion 5 The George Burns & Gracie Allen Show 12 Paul Winchell & Jerry Mahoney 7:00 4 Dangerous Assignment 5 Toast of the Town 12 Television Playhouse 13 Range Rider

7:30 4 This is the Life 13 China Smith 8:00 4 Talent Patrol 5/13 Private Secretary (C) 12 Letters to Loretta (Young?) 8:30 4/5 Hollywood Half Hour 12 Purity Playhouse 13 Strange Adventure 8:45 13 Playhouse 15 9:00 4 Ted Mack’s Original Amateur Hour 5 The Bing Crosby Show 12 The Colgate Comedy Hour 13 Sunday Evening Theatre 9:30 4 NBC Newsreel 5 Man Behind the Badge 10:00 5 The Trouble with Father 12 Man Against Crime 10:30 5 Dollar a Second 12 Feature Favorite 13 Weather Retro Cleveland/Akron: Saturday, February 17, 1990 By request, here's the lineup the TV Guide February 17-23, 1990 edition covering the Cleveland/Akron market. The lineup starts at 5:00a, so I apologize for the lack of 12:00a-5:00a listings. I also posted College Basketball scores too. WKYC Channel 3 (NBC) 5:00a 3rd Degree 5:30a College Mad House 6:00a Smash Hits 6:30a America’s Top 10 7:00a Hickory Hideout 7:30a Dr. Fad 8:00a ALF-Tales 8:30a Camp Candy 9:00a Captain N: The Game Master 9:30a Karate Kid 10:00a Smurfs 11:00a Alvin and the Chipmunks

11:30a Saved By The Bell 12:00p ALF 12:30p Kissyfur 1:00p World Tomorrow (religion) 1:30p Babe Winkelman’s Good Fishing 2:00p Better Your Home 2:30p College Basketball – Louisville Cardinals @ Virginia Cavaliers (Cardinals Won 72-56) (Score courtesy of http://www.sports-reference.com) 4:30p Golf – 3rd round play at the Shearson Lehman Hutton Open 6:00p Channel 3 News 6:30p NBC Nightly News 7:00p Feagler! 7:30p Remote Control 8:00p 227 8:30p Amen 9:00p The Golden Girls 9:30p Empty Nest 10:00p Bob Hope: Lampoons Show Business – guests John Forsythe, Morgan Fairchild, Michael Crawford, and Norm Crosby among many celebs appearing 11:00p Channel 3 News 11:30p Saturday Night Live – host Tom Hanks with musical guest Aerosmith WEWS Channel 5 (ABC) 5:30a Entertainment Tonight 6:00a Herald of Truth (religion) 6:30a Peppermint Place 7:00a Tom and Jerry 8:00a A Pup Named Scooby-Doo 8:30a Disney’s Gummi Bears, Winnie The Pooh 9:30a Slimer and the Real Ghostbusters 10:30a Beetlejuice 11:00a The Bugs Bunny and Tweety Show 12:00p Flintstone Kids 12:30p Edition Five 1:00p MOVIE: Corvette Summer (1978)** - Mark Hamill 3:00p Bowling – final round of $160,000 Budweiser Classic from Sunrise, Fla. 4:30p ABC Wide World of Sports – NutraSweet World Challenge of Champions (figure skating/dance), World Gymnastics Championships Men’s Competition 6:00p TV5 Eyewitness News 6:30p Academic Challenge 7:00p Wheel of Fortune 7:30p Cash Explosion Double Play! 8:00p Mission Impossible 9:00p Christine Cromwell – Jaclyn Smith 11:00p TV5 Eyewitness News 11:30p MOVIE: Code of Silence (1985)** - Chuck Norris WJW Channel 8 (CBS) 6:00a 6:30a 7:00a 7:30a 8:00a 8:30a Neighborhood Dino-Riders Robocop Superboy Dink, The Little Dinosaur California Raisins

9:00a Jim Henson’s Muppet Babies 10:00a Pee-Wee’s Playhouse 10:30a Garfield and Friends 11:30a Dungeons and Dragons 12:00p Skiing – The Lake Tahoe Celebrity Classic at Heavenly Valley, Cal. 1:00p Olympic Winterfest – Women’s World Super Cup skiing at Meribel, France; World Bobsled Championships at St. Moritz, Switzerland; and the Women’s World Speed Skating Championships at Calgary, Alta. 2:30p Auto Racing – NASCAR – Twin 125s, from February 15 at Daytona Beach, Fla. 4:00p College Basketball – Notre Dame Fighting Irish @ Syracuse Orangemen (Fighting Irish Won 66-65) (Score Courtesy of http://www.sports-reference.com) 6:00p Newscenter 8 6:30p CBS Evening News – Bob Schieffer 7:00p PM Magazine 8:00p Paradise 9:00p Tour of Duty 10:00p Connie Chung – John Goodman, Caryl Chessman (red light bandit) 11:00p Newscenter 8 11:30p (Big Chuck and Lil' John) MOVIE: To Live and Die in L.A. (1985)*** - William L. Petersen WOIO Channel 19 (FOX) 6:00a Shaker Square 6:30a Munsters Today 7:00a The Beverly Hillbillies 7:30a Superman 8:00a Rawhide 9:00a Other Side of Victory 9:30a Let’s Talk Sports 10:00a WWF Wrestling 11:00a WWF Wrestling 12:00p Black Sheep Squadron 1:00p College Basketball – Illinois @ Michigan State (Michigan State Won 70-63) 3:00p Simon and Simon 4:00p The Fall Guy 5:00p The Fall Guy 6:00p Knight Rider 7:00p I Love Lucy 7:30p The Andy Griffith Show 8:00p COPS 8:30p Totally Hidden Video 9:00p Reporters 10:00p Friday the 13th 11:00p Comic Strip Live WAKC Channel 23 (ABC) 5:00a Hit Video USA 6:30a Community Upfront 7:00a Agri Country with Ed Johnson 7:30a Inspector Gadget 8:00a A Pup Named Scooby-Doo 8:30a Disney’s Gummi Bears, Winnie The Pooh 9:30a Slimer and the Real Ghostbusters 10:30a Beetlejuice 11:00a The Bugs Bunny and Tweety Show

12:00p Flintstone Kids 12:30p Weekend Special – Runaway Ralph – Fred Savage 1:00p Commercial Programs 3:00p Bowling – final round of $160,000 Budweiser Classic from Sunrise, Fla. 4:30p ABC Wide World of Sports – NutraSweet World Challenge of Champions (figure skating/dance), World Gymnastics Championships Men’s Competition 6:00p America’s Top 10 6:30p ABC World News Tonight – Carole Simpson 7:00p Weekend with Crook and Chase 7:30p Wild Kingdom 8:00p Mission Impossible 9:00p Christine Cromwell – Jaclyn Smith 11:00p 23 Newsday 11:30p Commercial Programs WVIZ Channel 25 (PBS) 6:00a Marketing Perspectives 6:30a American Government Survey 7:00a Portrait of a Family 7:30a G.E.D. 9:00a Sesame Street 10:00a City Club Forum 11:00a Motorweek ‘90 12:00p Justin Wilson’s Louisiana Cookin’ 12:30p Amish Cooking from Quilt Country 1:00p This Old House 1:30p New Yankee Workshop 2:00p Victory Garden 2:30p Frugal Gourmet 3:00p Maury’s Market 3:30p Woodwright’s Shop 4:00p Sesame Street 5:00p Wonderworks – Prince Caspian and the Voyage of the Dawn Treader 6:00p Nature 7:00p Degrassi High 7:30p Sneak Previews Goes Video 8:00p National Geographic 9:00p Cousteau Odyssey 10:00p Great Performances 11:30p Austin City Limits WUAB Channel 43 (Ind) 7:00a It’s Your Business 7:30a About Town 8:00a Lorain Conversation 8:30a Uniquely Lorain 9:00a Commercial Programs 11:00a Buck Rogers 12:00p Out of This World 12:30p New Lassie 1:00p Star Search 2:00p MOVIE: Rent-A-Cop (1988)* - Burt Reynolds, Liza Minnelli 4:00p MOVIE: Hamburger Hill (1987)** - Dylan McDermott 6:00p Star Trek

7:00p Star Trek: The Next Generation 8:00p MOVIE: American Ninja (1985)* 10:00p Magnum, P.I. 11:00p Sanford and Son 11:30p Benny Hill WEAO Channel 49 (PBS) 5:00a MacNeil, Lehrer Newshour 6:00a Your Show of Shows 6:30a Living With Animals 7:00a Story of English 8:00a Computer Chronicles 8:30a Do It For Yourself 9:00a Motorweek ‘90 10:00a New Yankee Workshop 10:30a This Old House 11:00a Frugal Gourmet 11:30a Joy of Painting 12:00p From A Country Garden 12:30p Victory Garden 1:00p Ciao Italia! 1:30p Art Underfoot 2:00p McLaughlin Group 2:30p In Business 3:00p Austin City Limits 4:00p Black Stars In Orbit 5:00p Newton’s Apple 5:30p Degrassi High 6:00p New Yankee Workshop 6:30p Frugal Gourmet 7:00p Lawrence Welk 8:00p Wonderworks – Prince Caspian and the Voyage of the Dawn Treader 9:00p Ffizz 9:30p Executive Stress 10:00p Blake’s 7 10:55p Jack Horkheimer: Star Hustler 11:00p Latenight America with Dennis Wholey WBNX Channel 55 (Ind) 6:00a Wyatt Earp 7:00a Commercial Programs 8:00a Between The Lines 8:30a Commercial Program 9:00a Crazy Like A Fox 10:00a Skiing – Men’s U.S. Pro Ski Tour at Nashoba Valley, Mass. 11:00a Tuff Trax 12:00p Daniel Boone 1:00p High Chaparral 2:00p Lancer 3:00p Wanted: Dead or Alive 4:00p Commercial Program 4:30p Tombstone Territory 5:00p MOVIE: Blue Steel (1934)** - John Wayne 6:00p Deputy

7:00p Gunsmoke 8:00p MOVIE: Cattle Drive (1951)*** 9:30p Commercial Program 10:00p S.W.A.T. 11:00p The Untouchables Great line-up back then for Cleveland/Akron! Retro: North Carolina Monday, January 12, 1976 From TV Guide, North Carolina Edition: WFMY Ch. 2 Greensboro (CBS) 6 AM Good Morning Show 7:55 Devotions 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Old Rebel Show 9:30 Tattletales (Elaine and Tony Orlando, David Groh and Lisa Farringer, Patti Deutsch and Donald Ross, delay from Fri 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 (Sandra is WFMY's justretired news anchor Sandra Hughes) 1:30 As The World Turns 2:30 Guiding Light 3 PM All In The Family (the classic episode with Sammy Davis Jr.) 3:30 Match Game '76 (Marvin Hamlisch, Betty White, Isabel Sanford, Richard Dawson, Brett Somers, Charles Nelson Reilly) 4 PM Dinah! (Jerry Lewis, Ed McMahon, actor Jose Perez ("On The Rocks"), country singer Sonny James, columnist Tom Braden (whose family life would be the basis for "Eight Is Enough"), Connie Spooner, a trainer for the San Diego State football team) 5:30 Andy Griffith 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News (Walter Cronkite) 7 PM The Great Movie Cowboys: "Driftin' River" with Eddie Dean and Roscoe Ates, from '46 8 PM Rhoda (watch for a pre-"Three's Company" John Ritter) 8:30 Phyllis 9 PM All In The Family 9:30 Maude 10 PM Medical Center 11 PM News 11:30 CBS Movie: "Doctor, You've Got To Be Kidding!" 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 4 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 4:30 Sesame Street 5:30 Electric Company 6 PM Erica (needlepoint) 6:30 Your Future Is Now 7 PM Engineering Review 7:30 Down Home Cooking 8 PM A Day Without Sunshine (a study of the Florida citrus industry) 9:30 Troublous Times (this being the Bicentennial year, this documentary is appropriate--a look at North Carolina from 1774-1776) 10 PM Austin City Limits (Austin-based musicians Rusty Wier and the Filler Brothers band) 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 Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Together 9:30 Match Game '76 (same as Ch. 2 only a day behind, with the new week starting Tuesday at 3:30) 10 AM Price Is Right 11 AM Gambit 11:30 Love Of Life 11:55 CBS News (Douglas Edwards) 12 N Scene At Noon 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM Betty Feezor 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 Price Is Right 8 PM Rhoda 8:30 Phyllis 9 PM All In The Family 9:30 Maude 10 PM Medical Center 11 PM News

11:30 CBS Movie: "Doctor, You've Got To Be Kidding!" WWAY Ch. 3 Wilmington (ABC) 6:30 Arthur Smith 7 AM Good Morning America (David Hartman) 9 AM Coffeetalk (WWAY operations manager George Allen discusses programming and commercials) 9:30 New Zoo Revue 10 AM Phil Donahue (guest: Julia Child) 11 AM $10,000 Pyramid (week-behind delay 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 (Wilmington didn't have a CBS affiliate, and Ch. 3 picked it up when WECT elected to carry "Days Of Our Lives" at this time) 2:30 The Neighbors (Regis Philbin's first game show) 3 PM General Hospital 3:30 One Life To Live 4 PM Edge Of Night 4:30 Gilligan's Island 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 On The Rocks (new day and time, moving from Thu 8:30) 8:30 Happy Days (second-anniversary show) 9 PM ABC Theatre: "Eleanor And Franklin" (conclusion) 11 PM News 11:30 David Frost Presents The Best (based on a book, "The Best", which lists the best in everything from hamburgers to hotels) 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 Good Morning America (joined in progress) 9 AM Mike Douglas (from Opryland: co-host Mel Tillis, Waylon Jennings, Jessi Colter, Diana Trask, Roger Miller, Flip Wilson, Jamie Farr, stock-car racers Bobby Allison and Darrell Waltrip) 10:30 Femme Fare (local, with Bette Elliott) 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 (Abbe Lane, Ross Martin, Fred Travalena, Mitzi McCall, Charlie Brill, Nipsey Russell) 2 PM $10,000 Pyramid (Soupy Sales, Jo Ann Pflug) 2:30 The Neighbors 3 PM General Hospital 3:30 One Life To Live 4 PM Flintstones 4:30 Gilligan's Island 5 PM Bonanza 6 PM News 6:30 ABC News 7 PM Ironside 8 PM On The Rocks 8:30 Happy Days 9 PM ABC Theatre: "Eleanor And Franklin" (conclusion) 11 PM News 11:30 David Frost Presents The Best 1 AM Mission: Impossible WECT Ch. 6 Wilmington (NBC) 6 AM Carolina In The Morning 7 AM Today (Jim Hartz/Barbara Walters, guests William F. Buckley Jr., singer Cleo Laine, saxophonist John Dankworth) 9 AM Mike Douglas (from New Jersey's Great Adventure safari park: co-host George Hamilton, Kirk Douglas, Jimmie Walker, David Brenner, the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band) 10 AM Celebrity Sweepstakes (Charo, Jed Allan, Clifton Davis, Dick Martin, George Hamilton, Carol Wayne) 10:30 Wheel Of Fortune (making an unsuccessful attempt to run for an hour) 11:30 Hollywood Squares (Tennessee Ernie Ford, Roddy McDowall, Joan Rivers, Karen Valentine, Anthony Newley, Marty Allen, Florence Henderson, George Gobel, Paul Lynde) 12 N High Rollers 12:30 Take My Advice (combination game-talk show hosted by KNBC's Kelly Lange) 12:55 NBC News (Edwin Newman) 1 PM Jim Burns 1:30 Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 4 PM Somerset 4:30 Mickey Mouse Club (the original) 5 PM Bonanza 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News (John Chancellor) 7 PM Andy Griffith 7:30 Beverly Hillbillies 8 PM Sandburg's Lincoln: "Crossing Fox River" (Lincoln tries to select a Cabinet despite divisions within the country--Hal Holbrook stars.) 9 PM NBC Movie: "The Guns Of The Magnificent

Seven" 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show (Joan Rivers subs for Johnny) WITN Ch. 7 Washington, NC (NBC) 5:30 Wilburn Brothers (guest: singer Sonny Wright) 6 AM Almanac 7 AM Today 9 AM Mike Douglas (same as Ch. 5 without Bobby Allison and Darrell Waltrip--also lists the Fruit Jar Drinkers and Professor Irwin Corey) 10 AM Celebrity Sweepstakes 10:30 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 Treasure Hunt 8 PM Sandburg's Lincoln 9 PM NBC Movie: "Guns Of The Magnificent Seven" 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show WGHP Ch. 8 High Point (ABC) 6:30 Romper Room 7 AM Good Morning America 9 AM Movie: "One Foot In Heaven" 11 AM Southern Exposure (local) 11:30 Happy Days 12 N News 12:30 All My Children 1 PM Ryan's Hope 1:30 Rhyme And Reason 2 PM $10,000 Pyramid 2:30 The Neighbors 3 PM General Hospital 3:30 I Dream Of Jeannie 4 PM Merv Griffin (Orson Bean and Bea Arthur are guests) 5 PM Big Valley (Lou Rawls plays a rodeo star) 6 PM News 6:30 ABC News 7 PM Truth Or Consequences 7:30 Let's Make A Deal 8 PM On The Rocks

8:30 Happy Days 9 PM ABC Theatre: "Eleanor And Franklin" 11 PM News 11:30 David Frost Presents The Best 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 (same as Ch. 2 only in-pattern, new week doesn't start until Friday) 4:30 Batman 5 PM Gunsmoke 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Truth Or Consequences 7:30 Let's Make A Deal 8 PM Rhoda 8:30 Phyllis 9 PM All In The Family 9:30 Maude 10 PM Medical Center 11 PM News 11:30 CBS Movie: "Doctor, You've Got To Be Kidding!" WSOC Ch. 9 Charlotte (NBC) 6:30 Arthur Smith 7 AM Today 9 AM Merv Griffin (Mickey Rooney, Jim Nabors, Donna Fargo) 10 AM Celebrity Sweepstakes 10:30 Wheel Of Fortune 11:30 Hollywood Squares 12 N Dinah! (same as Ch. 2 without the San Diego State football trainer) 1 PM Somerset 1:30 Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 4 PM Mike Douglas (from Miami Beach: co-host Jerry Lewis, Jacques Cousteau, wrestler Chris Taylor, Bert Convy,

Rufus) 5:30 Bewitched (guest: Jack Cassidy) 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News 7 PM Space: 1999 8 PM Sandburg's Lincoln 9 PM NBC Movie: "Guns Of The Magnificent Seven" 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show 1 AM Tomorrow (jockey Mary Bacon on her alleged involvement with the KKK; astronomer Patrick Thaddeus) WIS Ch. 10 Columbia, SC (NBC) 6:45 Farm Report 7 AM Today 9 AM Knozit-Land 9:30 Take My Advice 9:55 News (local) 10 AM Celebrity Sweepstakes 10:30 Wheel Of Fortune 11:30 Hollywood Squares 12 N High Rollers 12:30 Carolina Today 1:30 Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 4 PM Gilligan's Island 4:30 Bewitched 5 PM Ironside 6 PM Truth Or Consequences 6:30 NBC News 7 PM News 7:30 Wild Kingdom 8 PM Sandburg's Lincoln 9 PM NBC Movie: "Guns Of The Magnificent Seven" 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show 1 AM Tomorrow WTVD Ch. 11 Durham (CBS) 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 Formby's Antique Furniture Workshop (Homer Formby, pre-empts 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 Name That Tune 8 PM Rhoda 8:30 Phyllis 9 PM All In The Family 9:30 Maude 10 PM Medical Center 11 PM News 11:30 CBS Movie: "Doctor, You've Got To Be Kidding!" WCTI Ch. 12 New Bern (ABC) 6:30 New Zoo Revue 7 AM Good Morning America 9 AM Montage (local) 10 AM Not For Women Only (Part 1 of 5 on gambling) 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 $10,000 Pyramid 2:30 The Neighbors 3 PM General Hospital 3:30 One Life To Live 4 PM Gilligan's Island 4:30 Classic Comedy Hour 5:30 News 6 PM ABC News 6:30 Maverick (Roger Moore plays Beau Maverick) 7:30 To Tell The Truth (Bill Cullen, Peggy Cass, Nipsey Russell, Kitty Carlisle) 8 PM On The Rocks 8:30 Happy Days 9 PM ABC Theatre: "Eleanor And Franklin" 11 PM News 11:30 David Frost Presents The Best 1 AM News WXII Ch. 12 Winston-Salem (NBC) 6 AM News 6:10 Today's Meditations 6:15 Carolina Living 6:30 Arthur Smith

7 AM Today 9 AM Midmorning 10 AM Phil Donahue (members of an all-female roller-game team are guests) 10:30 Wheel Of Fortune 11:30 Hollywood Squares 12 N Formby's Antique Furniture Workshop (pre-empts "Concentration") 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 (Nipsey Russell, Bill Cullen, Peggy Cass, Kitty Carlisle) 7:30 Hollywood Squares (Jill St. John, Ernest Borgnine, Joan Rivers, Nancy Sinatra, Harvey Korman, Leslie Uggams, Rich Little, Charley Weaver, Paul Lynde) 8 PM Sandburg's Lincoln 9 PM NBC Movie: "Guns Of The Magnificent Seven" 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 7:45 Tell It To The Mayor 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 (delay from 11:30 AM) 6 PM ABC News 6:30 News 7 PM CBS News

7:30 To Tell The Truth (Gene Rayburn, Kitty Carlisle, Bill Cullen, Peggy Cass) 8 PM Rhoda 8:30 Phyllis 9 PM All In The Family 9:30 Maude 10 PM Medical Center 11 PM News 11:30 CBS Movie: "Doctor, You've Got To Be Kidding!" WCCB Ch. 18 Charlotte (ABC) 7 AM Good Morning America 9 AM Phil Donahue (guest: Burt Reynolds) 10 AM New Zoo Revue 10:30 Not For Women Only (first of five on physical fitness) 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 $10,000 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 (delay from 11:30 AM) 6 PM ABC News 6:30 News 7 PM Concentration (Jack Narz) 7:30 Hollywood Squares (Alice Cooper, Lily Tomlin, Dionne Warwick, Vincent Price, Jan Murray, McLean Stevenson, Karen Valentine, Charley Weaver, Paul Lynde) 8 PM On The Rocks 8:30 Happy Days 9 PM ABC Theatre: "Eleanor And Franklin" 11 PM Norm Sloan: N.C. State Basketball Highlights ("Best Of Groucho" airs at this time the rest of the week.) 11:30 David Frost Presents The Best 1 AM News WRDU (WRDC) Ch. 28 Durham (NBC) 7 AM Today 9 AM To Lassie With Love (traces Lassie's career from "Lassie Come Home" through the various TV versions of "Lassie", pre-empts "New Zoo Revue" and "Galloping Gourmet") 10 AM Celebrity Sweepstakes 10:30 Wheel Of Fortune

11:30 Hollywood Squares 12 N High Rollers 12:30 Take My Advice 12:55 NBC News 1 PM Not For Women Only (first of three on violence in the streets) 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 Sandburg's Lincoln 9 PM NBC Movie: "Guns Of The Magnificent Seven" 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show WRET (WCNC) Ch. 36 Charlotte (Ind.) 6:30 Jerry Whitley (local country-music show) 7 AM Three Stooges And Pals 8 AM Dennis The Menace 8:30 Father Knows Best 9 AM Movie: "Nora Prentiss" 11 AM PTL Club 1 PM Movie: "A Kiss In The Dark" 3 PM Popeye And Pals 3:30 Ultraman 4 PM Flintstones 4:30 Leave It To Beaver 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: Notre Dame-Pittsburgh 10 PM Untouchables (time approximate) 11 PM Night Gallery 11:30 Movie: "Son Of Ali Baba" 1:30 News WTVI Ch. 42 Charlotte (PBS) 4 PM Sesame Street 5 PM Electric Company 5:30 Zoom 6 PM Sesame Street 7 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 7:30 You're On! (guests: members of the Charlotte Opera Association) 8 PM A Day Without Sunshine 9:30 Lilias, Yoga And You 10 PM Kup's Show (drama critic Walter Kerr, authors Peter Maas and Tom Prideaux, Ernest Cuneo--

ghostwriter of Walter Winchell's autobiography) Retro: Seattle/Vancouver Sat, Jan 14, 1956 from TV Guide-Washington State edition CBUT 2-CBC Vancouver 5pm Wild Bill Hickok 5:30 Disneyland "When Knighthood was in Flower" (pt 2) 6:30 Mr. Fix-It 6:45 News 7:00 Navy Log 7:30 Holiday Ranch 8:00 Stage Show (host Jack Carter welcomes guests Morey Amsterdam, Count Basie, and the DeMarco Sisters) 8:30 Jackie Gleason (Honeymooners, Ralph and Alice quarrel) 9:00 On Camera "The Telltale Heart" (adapted by and starring Donald Pleasance) 9:30 Sports Thrills 10:00 Douglas Fairbanks 10:30 Millionaire 11:00 Billy O'Connor 11:20 Wrestling 12:05 Movie: TBA 12:20 News/Weather KOMO 4-NBC Seattle 8:50 Note of Faith 8:55 News 9:00 Choose Up Sides 9:30 Mr. Wizard 10:00 Children's Corner 10:30 Pinky Lee 11:00 Fury "Tungsten Queen" 11:30 Winchell & Mahoney noon NBA: Boston-Philadelphia (Lindsey Nelson/Curt Gowdy) 2:00 College Basketball: Seattle-Portland 3:00 Colorama 4:00 Garden Digest 4:30 Adventure Today 5:00 Quiz Down: Laurelhurst v Magnolia 5:30 Frontiers of Health "Anesthetics" 6:00 Pageant 6:30 Championship Bowling: Buddy Bomar v Bill Lillard 7:30 Big Surprise 8:00 Perry Como (guests Ezio Pinzo, Kay Starr, Barry Gordon, and Fred Allen) 9:00 People are Funny (a lucky college history student is backstage at the Moulin Rouge to see if chorus girls are beautiful but dumb, a monkey selects valuable jewlery for a woman, skeet-shooting champ Mrs. Fred Thompson tries an unusual stunt) 9:30 Jimmy Durante (guests Tab Hunter and Jeannie Carson) 10:00 George Gobel "The Stongest Man in the World" 10:30 Your Hit Parade 11:00 Les Paul & Mary Ford 11:05 Curtain Time "Jack London" 12:30 News 12:35 Note of Faith

KING 5-ABC Seattle 10:00 Color Film --2:25 News 2:30 Andy's Gang "Nagus and the Water Buffalo" 3:00 King's Crossroads "Grand Prix"/"Birth of Floretta Key" 3:30 Bar 5 Theater "Mysterious Rider" 4:30 Buffalo Bill, Jr. "Hooded Vengeance" 5:00 Sky King "The Rainbird" 5:30 Cartoon Festival 6:00 Ozark Jubilee (tribute to Gene Autry, the long-time friend of host Red Foley) 6:30 The Vise "The Night Has Secrets" 7:00 I Search for Adventure "Race to the Border" 7:30 Film Festival "The Fighter" 9:00 Lawrence Welk 10:00 Stop the Music 10:30 Saturday Night Jamboree 11:30 Channel 5 Playhouse "Heart of the Matter" 1:00 News KCTS 9-Edu Seattle No weekend programming KTNT 11-CBS Tacoma 9:25 News 9:30 Box 11 RFD 10:00 These are Yours 10:30 Big Picture 11:00 Captain Midnight "Million Dollar Diamond" 11:30 Tales of Texas Rangers "Man from Sundown" noon Big 10 Basketball: Purdue-Michigan State (Jack Drees) 1:45 Sports Reel 2:00 College Basketball: USC-Oregon State 3:45 Sports Final 4:15 Horse Race 4:45 Movies 6:25 Captain Hartz 6:30 Ford Star Jubilee "Blithe Spirit" (c/writer Noel Coward co-stars with Lauren Bacall, Claudette Colbert, and Mildred Natwick) 8:00 Stage Show (Jack Carter welcomes George Raft, Dolores Hawkins, and Wallis & Carroll) 8:30 Jackie Gleason (Honeymooners; Ralph begs off a visit to his mother-in-law, claiming he's too tired and needs to rest to get ready for a physical at work the next day) 9:00 Two for the Money 9:30 Famous Playhouse 10:00 Beat the Clock 10:30 Damon Runyon Theater "The Pee Wees Take Over" 11:00 Late Show "Deadline for Murder" KVOS 12-CBS Bellingham noon Big 10 Basketball: Purdue-Michigan State 2:00 College Basketball: USC-Oregon State 4:00 Channel 12 Matinee "Wheel for Fortune" 5:30 Variety Playhouse "A Wave, a Wac, and a Marine" 6:30 Ford Star Jubilee "Blithe Spirit" 8:00 Pendulum "The Better Chance"

8:30 Texas Wrestling 9:30 Candlelight Theater "The Man from Planet X"/"Fall Guy" KTVW 13-Ind Seattle 2pm Football Hi-Lites 3:30 Western Theater "Outlaw Fury"/"Square Dance Jubilee" 6:00 Gospel Western Aires 7:00 Roller Derby 8:00 College Basketball: Portland State-Seattle Pacific (John Jarstad) 10:00 Spook Show "Murder in the Red Barn"/"Ghost Story Retro: Nebraska/Sioux City/Sioux Falls Fri, Jan 8, 1954 from TV Guide-Nebraska edition KMTV 3-Omaha 8:45 News with Winston Burdette 9:00 Jack Paar 9:30 Wheel of Fortune 10:00 Your TV Home (Bettie 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 (Martha Bohlson) 12:30 Garry Moore 1:00 Double or Nothing 1:30 Linkletter's House Party (guest Gail Davis) 2:00 Big Payoff (mink coats are up for grabs) 2:30 Bob Crosby 3:00 You are What You Eat 3:05 Women's Views 3:30 TV Classroom 3:45 Over the Garden Fence (Frank Field) 4:00 Circle 3 Ranch (Rusty) 5:00 Talent Sprouts (Lew Jeffrey) 5:30 South Omaha on Parade (Tom Cary) 6:00 Peter Potter 6:30 TV Feature 7:00 Superman 7:30 Topper 8:00 Playhouse of Stars "Rim of Violence" (host Scott Brady does double duty, as he also is the male lead) 8:30 Our Miss Brooks 9:00 My Friend Irma 9:30 Down You Go 10:00 Weather Sketches (Frank Peddle/B-Nee the weatherbird) 10:05 All the News (NBC's Floyd Kalber was KMTV's News Director in those days) 10:20 Camera on Sports 10:30 Death Valley Days 11:00 KM Starlite Theatre "Sundown" WOW 6-Omaha

7:00 Today with Garroway (Today in Omaha at 7:25 and 7:55) 9:00 Ding Dong School 9:30 Glamour Girl 10:00 Hawkins Falls 10:15 Three Steps to Heaven 10:30 Bennetts 10:45 Follow Your Heart 11:00 Bride and Groom (marrying Doylestown PA's Barbara Fickes and Oliver Wilson) 11:15 TV Feature 11:40 Daily Meditations (featuring local clergy) 11:45 Midday News noon Snicker Flickers 12:30 TV Farm Reporter (Mal Hansen) 12:45 Matinee Movie 2:00 Kate Smith (guests Arthur Maxwell and Helena Scott) 3:00 Welcome Travelers 3:30 On Your Account (Win Elliott) 4:00 Connie's Kitchen 4:30 Howdy Doody 5:00 Trail Time 6:00 Stand By for Action 6:20 News/Weather (Ray Clark) 6:30 Eddie Fisher (Eddie's NYC apartment is the setting as he sings some of his RCA Victor songs) 6:45 Camel News Caravan 7:00 Plainclothesman 7:30 From Hollywood: Ford Dealer Show 8:00 Big Story (reporter Nye Beaman of the Waterbury (CT) American looks for (and finds) a hitand-run driver) 8:30 TV Soundstage "Marked Money" 9:00 Gilette Bouts: a 10-round welterweight fight between Joey Giardello (46-11-5, 14 KO) and Garth Panter (52-12-2, 36 KO) 9:45 Greatest Fights: from July 7, 1952 in Philly, a welterweight fight between Gil Turner and Kid Gavilan 10:00 Omar Weatherman (Chuck Thomas) 10:07 Sports (Jack Payne) 10:15 News (Ray Clark) 10:30 Arlene Dahl's Playhouse 11:00 Charlie Chan KVTV 9-Sioux City 11:00 Film Subject 11:45 Keyboard Kapers noon Noon News 12:10 Brighter Day 12:25 Meditation 12:30 Curio Shop 1:00 TV Scrapbook 1:30 Song Shop (Vivien Dale, accompanied on piano and organ by Eddie Osborn) 2:00 Open House (Jan Voss) 2:30 Bob Crosby 3:00 Welcome Travelers 3:30 On Your Account 4:00 Western Roundup 4:30 Howdy Doody 5:00 Crusader Rabbit 5:05 Kids' Korner (Canyon Kid)

5:30 Range Rider (Jack Mahoney) 6:00 Income Tax Program 6:30 News 6:35 Weather (Conrad Johnson) 6:40 TBA 6:45 Camel News Caravan 7:00 Beat the Clock 7:30 Topper 8:00 Times Square Playhouse 8:30 Our Miss Brooks 9:00 Gillette Bouts: Giardello-Panter 9:45 TBA 10:00 Sports (Les Davis) 10:10 Weather 10:20 News 10:30 Musical Moods 10:35 Feature Film "Over the Rainbow" KFOR 10-Lincoln 5:30pm Comic Club 6:00 News (Av Bondarin) 6:15 Supper Club (Charlie Dugdale) 6:30 Dick Tracy 7:00 Mighty Mitts (lightweight boxing from Lincoln) 7:30 Heart of the City 8:00 City Detective 8:30 Comeback Story (Arlene Francis takes over as permanent hostess) 9:00 We Have Captured 9:30 News 9:45 Weather 9:55 Sports (Jack Bates) 10:00 Candlelight Theater KELO 11-Sioux Falls 4:30 Garry Moore 4:45 Love of Life 5:00 KELO Lites 5:05 Serial 5:25 Crusader Rabbit 5:30 Gene Autry 6:00 Club Video 6:30 Coke Time (Eddie Fisher welcomes June Keegan) 6:45 Frigidaire News (Bill Wigginton) 6:55 Grain Belt Weather (Gene Platt) 7:00 Dennis Day 7:30 I Love Lucy 8:00 Crusade in the Pacific 8:30 Life with Riley 9:00 TBA 9:30 At Home 9:45 Hunting & Fishing 9:50 At Home 10:00 Old Home Weather (Roger Russell) 10:10 Hamm's Sportsreel (Jim Burt) 10:20 Fenn's News (Wigginton again)

KOLN 12-Lincoln (the station would move later that year to ch 10 after donating ch 12 to the University of Nebraska) 5:30pm Merry & Mr. Bill 6:00 Weather (Joe Kinney) 6:05 Sports (Bud Shaner) 6:15 Lincolnland News (Bob Taylor) 6:20 National & International News 6:30 Make Mine Music 6:45 To Your Health 7:00 RFD No. 12 7:15 TBA 7:30 From Hollywood: Ford Dealer Show 8:00 Curtain Time 9:30 Movie Quick Quiz (Paul Jensen) 9:45 Lincolnland News (By Krasne) 9:50 National & International News (By again) 10:00 Starlight Theater Retro: Carolina-Tennessee Friday, January 11, 1980 From TV Guide, Carolina-Tennessee Edition: WSJK Ch. 2 Sneedville, TN (PBS) 6 AM Over Easy 6:30 New Day 7:15 A.M. Weather 7:30 Dick Cavett 8 AM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 8:30 In-school programs 10:10 Electric Company 10:40 In-school programs 11:05 Sesame Street 12:05 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 Zoom 6:30 Over Easy 7 PM MacNeil/Lehrer Report 7:30 Omni '79 (why the title hadn't changed to Omni '80 is beyond me) 8 PM Washington Week In Review 8:30 Wall Street Week 9 PM Free To Choose (first of ten documentary/discussion programs on economics with Milton Friedman) 10 PM National Geographic: "Dive To The Edge Of Creation" 11 PM Dick Cavett 11:30 Captioned ABC News WBTV Ch. 3 Charlotte (CBS) 6:15 This Morning

7 AM Morning With Bob Schieffer 8 AM Captain Kangaroo (guest: Fannie Flagg) 9 AM Donahue (topic: problems with the foster-care system) 10 AM Search For Tomorrow (delay from 12:30 PM) 10:30 Whew! (Elaine Joyce, Sal Viscuso) 10:55 CBS News (Douglas Edwards) 11 AM Price Is Right 12 N Top O' The Day 1 PM Young And The Restless (will go to an hour Feb. 4) 1:30 As The World Turns 2:30 Guiding Light 3:30 Gilligan's Island 4 PM What's Happening!! 4:30 Happy Days Again 5 PM Gunsmoke 6 PM News 7 PM CBS News (Walter Cronkite) 7:30 PM Magazine (an athlete who is attempting to run a marathon a week for a year; the Queen Mary at Long Beach, CA) 8 PM Incredible Hulk 9 PM Dukes Of Hazzard 10 PM Dallas 11 PM News 11:30 Dance Fever (judges: Herve Villechaize, Gary Collins and Mary Ann Mobley, Connie Needham; musical guest: Cory Daye) 12 M Those Were The Years 12:10 Jungle Jim 12:40 Route 66 WFBC (WYFF) Ch. 4 Greenville, SC (NBC) 6 AM Agriculture In Action 6:30 Batman (Cliff Robertson as car rustler Shame) 7 AM Today (Tom Brokaw/Jane Pauley) 9 AM Donahue (psychologist Arthur Jensen discusses the possible link between intelligence and genetics) 10 AM Card Sharks (Jim Perry) 10:30 Hollywood Squares (David Brenner, George Gobel, Florence Henderson, Ted Lange, Barbara Mandrell, Rose Marie, Jim Nabors, Skiles & Henderson, Fred Willard) 11 AM High Rollers 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 Tom & Jerry 4:30 Real McCoys 5 PM Happy Days Again 5:30 I Love Lucy (the Vitameatavegamin episode) 6 PM News 7 PM NBC News (John Chancellor/David Brinkley) 7:30 Match Game (Jamie Lee Curtis, Charles Nelson

Reilly, Brett Somers, Fannie Flagg, Richard Paul, Steve Kanaly) 8 PM Shirley (short-lived comedy-drama with Shirley Jones) 9 PM NBC Movie: "Two-Minute Warning" 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show (Lauren Bacall, Tony Randall) 1 AM Midnight Special (host Dr. Hook, Rupert Holmes, Prince, Cliff Richard, the Outraged & Outrageous Players (Bruce Vilanch, Rufus Shaw, Pat McCormack)) WCYB Ch. 5 Bristol, VA (NBC) 6:30 Today On 5 7 AM Today 9 AM Donahue (Dr. John T. Truman and nurse Gen Foley of Massachusetts General Hospital discuss the Chad Green Laetrile case) 10 AM Card Sharks 10:30 Hollywood Squares 11 AM High Rollers 11:30 Wheel Of Fortune 12 N News 12:30 Password Plus (Richard Paul, Sarah Purcell) 1 PM Days Of Our Lives 2 PM The Doctors 2:30 Another World 4 PM Tom & Jerry 4:30 Big Valley 5:30 Beverly Hillbillies 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News 7 PM Newlywed Game 7:30 Cross-Wits (Hans Conried, Pat McCormick, Rhonda Bates, Roxie Roker--NOTE: Someone is going to ask if Pat McCormick and Pat McCormack of the Outraged & Outrageous Players are one and the same, and TV Guide misspelled a name somewhere. The answer is: I don't have a clue.) 8 PM Shirley 9 PM NBC Movie: "Two-Minute Warning" 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show 1 AM Midnight Special WATE Ch. 6 Knoxville (ABC) 6 AM Good Morning Tennessee 7 AM Good Morning America (David Hartman) 9 AM Dinah! & Friends (from Washington, DC: Joan Mondale, Barry Goldwater, Tip O'Neill) 10 AM $20,000 Pyramid (Candace Earley, Brian Patrick Clarke, day-behind from 12 N) 10:30 Edge Of Night (I'm guessing day-behind from 4 PM) 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 Movie: "Cowboy" 6 PM News 6:30 ABC News (Frank Reynolds/Peter Jennings/Max Robinson) 7 PM Newlywed Game 7:30 M*A*S*H 8 PM Energy: A Light At The End Of The Tunnel 9 PM ABC Movie: "Make Me An Offer" (Susan Blakely as a recent divorcee who becomes a Beverly Hills real-estate agent) 11 PM News 11:30 The Iran Crisis: America Held Hostage 11:45 Charlie's Angels (time approximate) 12:55 Movie: "King Rat" (time approximate) WSPA Ch. 7 Spartanburg, SC (CBS) 6 AM Sunrise Semester: "Presidential Power And American Democracy" (looks at the current Presidential campaign) 6:30 Health Field 7 AM Morning With Bob Schieffer 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Dinah! & Friends (same as Ch. 6) 10 AM Nancy Welch 10:30 Whew! 10:55 News (local) 11 AM Price Is Right 12 N Young And The Restless 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM Love Of Life (delay from 4 PM--last show will be Feb. 1) 1:30 As The World Turns 2:30 Guiding Light 3:30 One Day At A Time 4 PM Beverly Hillbillies 4:30 Bewitched 5 PM Odd Couple 5:30 Sanford And Son 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Dating Game 7:30 Family Feud 8 PM Incredible Hulk 9 PM Dukes Of Hazzard 10 PM Dallas 11 PM News 11:30 The Avengers (the original, with Patrick Macnee and Diana Rigg) 12:40 Return Of The Saint (Ian Ogilvy replaces Roger Moore) WSOC Ch. 9 Charlotte (ABC)

6 AM Rise And Shine 6:15 Arthur Smith 6:45 News 7 AM Good Morning America 9 AM Good Morning Carolina 9:45 News 10 AM $20,000 Pyramid (Soupy Sales, Elaine Joyce, week-behind) 10:30 Dating Game 11 AM Laverne & Shirley 11:30 Family Feud 12 N Tic Tac Dough 12:30 Ryan's Hope 1 PM All My Children 2 PM One Life To Live 3 PM General Hospital 4 PM Edge Of Night 4:30 3's A Crowd (controversial game show that asks the nagging question: Who knows a man better: his wife or his secretary?) 5 PM All In The Family 5:30 M*A*S*H 6 PM News 6:30 ABC News 7 PM Cross-Wits (Peter Isaacksen, Misty Rowe, Bernie Kopell, Polly Holliday) 7:30 Newlywed Game 8 PM B.A.D. Cats (early appearances by Michelle Pfeiffer) 9 PM ABC Movie: "Make Me An Offer" 11 PM News 11:30 The Iran Crisis: America Held Hostage 11:45 Charlie's Angels (time approximate) 12:55 Ironside (time approximate) 1:55 News (time approximate) WBIR Ch. 10 Knoxville (CBS) 6 AM Farm And Home Show 6:30 Carl Williams 7 AM Morning With Bob Schieffer 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Donahue (how the medical profession can comfort the terminally ill) 10 AM Beat The Clock (Monty Hall version, guests: Jimmy Van Patten, Laurie Walters) 10:30 Whew! 10:55 CBS News 11 AM Price Is Right 12 N News 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM Young And The Restless 1:30 As The World Turns 2:30 Guiding Light 3:30 One Day At A Time 4 PM Bugs Bunny & Friends 4:30 Gilligan's Island 5 PM Beverly Hillbillies 5:30 Gomer Pyle, USMC

6 PM News 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Happy Days Again 7:30 3's A Crowd 8 PM Incredible Hulk 9 PM Dukes Of Hazzard 10 PM Dallas 11 PM News 11:30 Movie: "The Skull" WJHL Ch. 11 Johnson City, TN (CBS) 6:30 First Call 7 AM Morning With Bob Schieffer 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Dinah! & Friends (co-host Fernando Lamas, Gil Gerard, Valerie Harper, jazz group Hiroshima, bodybuilder Charonne Carpentier) 10 AM Beat The Clock 10:30 Whew! 10:55 CBS News 11 AM Price Is Right 12 N News 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM Young And The Restless 1:30 As The World Turns 2:30 Guiding Light 3:30 One Day At A Time 4 PM Woody Woodpecker 4:30 Brady Bunch 5 PM Hogan's Heroes 5:30 Sanford And Son 5:55 Weather 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Happy Days Again 7:30 M*A*S*H 8 PM Incredible Hulk 9 PM Dukes Of Hazzard 10 PM Dallas 11 PM News 11:30 The Avengers 12:40 Return Of The Saint WLOS Ch. 13 Asheville, NC (ABC) 6:30 Mr. Bill & Friends (Bill Norwood) 6:55 Good Morning Carolina 7 AM Good Morning America 9 AM Sesame Street 10 AM Big Valley 11 AM Laverne & Shirley 11:30 Family Feud 12 N Play The Percentages 12:30 Ryan's Hope 1 PM All My Children

2 PM One Life To Live 3 PM General Hospital 4 PM All In The Family 4:30 Bugs Bunny & Friends 5 PM Andy Griffith 5:30 M*A*S*H 6 PM News 6:30 ABC News 7 PM Joker's Wild 7:30 Tic Tac Dough 8 PM B.A.D. Cats 9 PM ABC Movie: "Make Me An Offer" 11 PM News 11:30 The Iran Crisis: America Held Hostage (if memory serves, WLOS did air these nightly reports) 11:45 M*A*S*H (time approximate) 12:15 All In The Family (time approximate) 12:45 Charlie's Angels (one-hour delay, time approximate) WHKY Ch. 14 Hickory, NC (Ind.) 11 AM Movie: "Abraham Lincoln" (Walter Huston, from '30) 12:30 News 1 PM Health Field 1:30 700 Club 3 PM Rascals Club 4:30 Uncle Waldo 5 PM Rocky & His Friends 5:30 Underdog 6 PM News 6:30 New Wine 7 PM Gospel Light 8 PM Scope 9 PM Spirit And Life 9:30 Scope 10 PM News 10:25 Devotions 10:30 Believers For Christ Ministry 11 PM Scope 11:30 Soul Train 12:30 Movie: "The Living Head" WGGS Ch. 16 Greenville, SC (Ind.) 6 AM PTL Club 7 AM 700 Club 8:30 The Happy Hour (religion) 9 AM Praise-Thon 10:30 Greenville 11 AM PTL Club 1 PM Nancy Harmon (religion) 2 PM Kartoon Korner 2:30 The Archies 3 PM New Zoo Revue 3:30 Little Rascals 4 PM Western Theater

5 PM Circle Square 5:30 Flipper 6 PM Dove Broadcasting Telethon 12:30 700 Club WTBS (WPCH) Ch. 17 Atlanta (Ind.) 6 AM World At Large 6:30 News 7 AM Three Stooges/Little Rascals 8 AM Family Affair 8:30 Romper Room 9 AM The Lucy Show 9:30 Green Acres 10 AM Movie: "Bundle Of Joy" (Debbie Reynolds and Eddie Fisher appeared together in this tale of a female salesclerk with an abandoned baby on her hands, from '56) 11:55 News 12 N Love, American Style 12:30 Movie: "Sorry, Wrong Number" (Barbara Stanwyck plays the role made famous by Agnes Moorehead on radio's "Suspense"--an invalid overhears her own murder being planned over the telephone, from '48) 2:25 News 2:30 Gigglesnort Hotel 3 PM I Love Lucy 3:30 Flintstones 4 PM Spectreman 4:30 Gilligan's Island 5 PM My Three Sons 5:30 I Dream Of Jeannie 6 PM Carol Burnett And Friends 6:30 Bob Newhart 7 PM Sanford And Son 7:30 NBA Basketball: Hawks-Celtics 9:45 Perspective On Greatness: biography of Charles Lindbergh (time approximate) 10:45 Love, American Style 11 PM Last Of The Wild 11:30 Movie: "Frankenstein Must Be Destroyed" 1:35 News 1:40 NBA Basketball: Hawks-Celtics (replay) 3:55 Movie: "Swingers' Paradise" (musical from England in '64, but doesn't seem to cash in on the British Invasion-the star is Cliff Richard, England's leading rock 'n' roller before the Beatles) WUNE Ch. 17 Linville, NC/WUNF Ch. 33 Asheville (PBS) 7:45 A.M. Weather 8:05 Prime Time 9 AM Sesame Street 10 AM In-school programs 12:30 Electric Company 1 PM Music (children's program)

1:30 In-school programs 2:30 Pests, Pesticides And Safety 3 PM Japan: The Changing Tradition 3:30 Once Upon A Classic: "Rebecca Of Sunnybrook Farm" (Part 3) 4 PM Sesame Street 5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 5:30 Electric Company 6 PM Zoom 6:30 Over Easy (same as Ch. 2 at 6:30) 7 PM We're Number One? 7:30 MacNeil/Lehrer Report 8 PM Washington Week In Review 8:30 Wall Street Week 9 PM North Carolina People 9:30 Fast Forward (computers that simulate hypothetical situations such as landing a jet plane) 10 PM Soundstage (John Prine performs) 11 PM Dick Cavett 11:30 Captioned ABC News WCCB Ch. 18 Charlotte (Ind.) 6 AM News 6:35 Forum 6:50 Cartoon Carnival 7 AM Groovie Goolies 8 AM Super Heroes 8:30 The Lesson 9 AM Green Acres 9:30 Mayberry R.F.D. 10 AM Real McCoys 10:30 Forum 10:45 News 11 AM PTL Club 1 PM Perry Mason 2 PM Groovie Goolies 2:30 Krofft Superstars 3 PM Star Blazers 3:30 Batman 4 PM Popeye Adventure Hour 5 PM Wild Wild West 6 PM I Love Lucy 6:30 Dick Van Dyke 7 PM Good Times 7:30 Gomer Pyle, USMC 8 PM Movie: "It's Good To Be Alive" (Roy Campanella attempts to rebuild his life after becoming a quadriplegic in a 1958 auto accident.) 10 PM Bonanza 11 PM Gong Show (judges: Ronnie Schell, Phyllis Diller, Chuck Woolery) 11:30 PTL Club 1:30 Movie: "Beyond The Law"

3 AM Movie: "The Student Connection" 4:30 Movie: "Crime Boss" WKPT Ch. 19 Kingsport, TN (ABC) 6:45 Assembly Echoes 7 AM Good Morning America 9 AM Chico And The Man 9:30 Andy Griffith 10 AM 700 Club 11 AM Laverne & Shirley 11:30 Family Feud 12 N $20,000 Pyramid 12:30 Ryan's Hope 1 PM All My Children 2 PM One Life To Live 3 PM General Hospital 4 PM Daniel Boone 5 PM Jim Rockford, Private Investigator (syndicated title for "The Rockford Files" while it was still on NBC) 6 PM News 6:30 ABC News 7 PM 3's A Crowd 7:30 Dating Game 8 PM B.A.D. Cats 9 PM ABC Movie: "Make Me An Offer" 11 PM News 11:30 PTL Club (may be delayed by "The Iran Crisis: America Held Hostage") WTVK Ch. 26 (WVLT Ch. 8) Knoxville (NBC) 6 AM PTL Club 7 AM Today 9 AM 700 Club 10 AM Card Sharks 10:30 Hollywood Squares 11 AM High Rollers 11:30 Wheel Of Fortune 12 N Mindreaders (Fannie Flagg, Roddy McDowall-last show; "Chain Reaction" debuts Monday) 12:30 Password Plus 1 PM Days Of Our Lives 2 PM The Doctors 2:30 Another World 4 PM Tom & Jerry/Woody Woodpecker 5 PM Bonanza 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News 7 PM Cross-Wits (Nipsey Russell, Bo Svenson, Marcia Wallace, Marianne Black) 7:30 Dating Game 8 PM Shirley 9 PM NBC Movie: "Two-Minute Warning" 11 PM News

11:30 Tonight Show 1 AM Midnight Special WNTV Ch. 29 Greenville, SC (PBS) In-school programs until 4:30 Sesame Street 5:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 6 PM Over Easy (topic: hearing) 6:30 A Word On Words 7 PM MacNeil/Lehrer Report 7:30 Nature Scene 8 PM Washington Week In Review 8:30 Wall Street Week 9 PM Firing Line 10 PM Lord Mountbatten: A Man For The Century (conclusion) 11 PM Dick Cavett 11:30 Captioned ABC News 12 M MacNeil/Lehrer Report WNSC Ch. 30 Rock Hill, SC (PBS) In-school programs until 4:30 Electric Company 5 PM Sesame Street 6 PM Jobman Caravan 6:30 Big Blue Marble 7 PM ECU: Business Report 7:30 Nature Scene 8 PM Washington Week In Review 8:30 Wall Street Week 9 PM Another Voice 9:30 Camera Three (the making of "The Family," a British series about a family named Wilkins that closely resembles "An American Family" about the Louds) 10 PM Masterpiece Theatre ("The Duchess Of Duke Street," Part 4) 11 PM Dick Cavett 11:30 Captioned ABC News WRET (WCNC) Ch. 36 Charlotte (NBC) 6 AM New Zoo Revue 6:30 Ed Allen Time 7 AM Today 9 AM Another World 10:30 Hollywood Squares 11 AM High Rollers 11:30 Wheel Of Fortune 12 N 700 Club 1 PM Days Of Our Lives 2 PM The Doctors

2:30 Mary Tyler Moore 3 PM Andy Griffith 3:30 Carol Burnett And Friends (guest John Byner) 4 PM Movie: "Divorce American Style" 6 PM Sanford And Son 6:30 NBC News 7 PM News 7:30 Wild Kingdom 8 PM Shirley 9 PM NBC Movie: "Two-Minute Warning" 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show 1 AM Midnight Special 2:30 News 2:50 Movie: "Villa Rides" 4:15 Movie: "Sabrina" (not the teenage witch but Audrey Hepburn as a 1954 Cinderella) WSVN (WSBN) Ch. 47 Norton, VA (PBS) 8:15 A.M. Weather 8:30 Sesame Street 9:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 10 AM Electric Company 10:30 In-school programs 3:30 Over Easy 4 PM Sesame Street 5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 5:30 Electric Company 6 PM Sesame Street 7 PM MacNeil/Lehrer Report 7:30 Studio A 8 PM Washington Week In Review 8:30 Wall Street Week 9 PM Free To Choose 10 PM Virginia General Assembly Report 11 PM Dick Cavett 11:30 Cavalier Sideline (don't know if this is UVA) WCPT Ch. 55 Crossville, TN (Ind.) 8 AM Morningside 9 AM Not For Women Only 9:30 Jetsons 10 AM Underdog 10:30 Rocky And His Friends 11 AM PTL Club 1 PM Valley Of The Dinosaurs 1:30 Mission: Magic 2 PM 700 Club 3:30 Not For Women Only 4 PM Concerts & Cartoons 5 PM New Zoo Revue 5:30 New Mickey Mouse Club 6 PM Dudley Do-Right 6:30 Rev. Woody Martin

7 PM News 7:30 Not For Women Only 8 PM Burning Bush 8:30 American Outdoors 9 PM Computer Sports 10 PM PTL Club 11 PM News 11:30 Cumberland Concert Retro: Kentucky Tuesday, January 10, 1961 From TV Guide, Kentucky Edition: Chs. 5, 9, 12, 18, 27 listed Eastern Time Chs. 3, 7, 11, 14, 50 listed Central Time WAVE Ch. 3 Louisville (NBC) 6:30 Continental Classroom: "Modern Algebra" (COLOR) 7 AM Dave Garroway Today Show 9 AM Say When! 9:30 Play Your Hunch (COLOR) 10 AM Price Is Right (Arlene Francis is in the first of a three-week stint substituting for Bill Cullen.) (COLOR) 10:30 Concentration 11 AM Truth Or Consequences 11:30 It Could Be You (COLOR) 11:55 NBC News (Ray Scherer) 12 N Funny Flickers 12:30 Topper 1 PM Jan Murray (Charge Account) (COLOR) 1:30 Loretta Young 2 PM Young Dr. Malone 2:30 From These Roots 3 PM Make Room For Daddy 3:30 Here's Hollywood (guests: actors Dennis Morgan and Richard Beymer) 4 PM Movie: "Professional Soldier" 5:30 Matty's Funday Funnies (ABC, not sure if the delay is from Friday night or Sunday afternoon) 6 PM News, Weather, Sports 6:15 Huntley-Brinkley Report 6:30 Laramie 7:30 Alfred Hitchcock Presents 8 PM Thriller (Boris Karloff) 9 PM Tribute To A Patriot (Jimmy Stewart narrates a look back at the life of Dwight Eisenhower, who would turn the Presidency over to John F. Kennedy in ten days.) 10 PM Peter Gunn (ABC, delay from Mon 9:30) 10:30 News (Livingston Gilbert) 10:40 Weather 10:45 Sports (Jim Carrigan) 10:50 Jack Paar (COLOR)

12 M News WLW-T Ch. 5 Cincinnati (NBC) 6 AM Good Morning 6:30 Continental Classroom (same as Ch. 3) (COLOR) 7 AM Dave Garroway Today Show 9 AM Paul Dixon (COLOR) 10:30 Play Your Hunch (COLOR) 11 AM Price Is Right (COLOR) 11:30 Concentration 12 N Ruth Lyons (COLOR) 1:30 Truth Or Consequences 2 PM It Could Be You (not in color) 2:25 NBC News (Ray Scherer) 2:30 Loretta Young 3 PM Young Dr. Malone 3:30 From These Roots 4 PM Make Room For Daddy 4:30 Here's Hollywood 5 PM Movie: "Last Holiday" 6:25 Sports (Alan Stout) 6:30 News, Weather 6:45 Huntley-Brinkley Report 7 PM Sparkle Showcase (drama anthology) 7:30 Laramie 8:30 Alfred Hitchcock Presents 9 PM Thriller 10 PM Tribute To A Patriot 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:15 Jack Paar (COLOR) WTVW Ch. 7 Evansville (ABC) 8:30 Ninth Grade English 9:30 U.S. History 10 AM Eighth Grade Science 10:30 Government 11 AM Conversational Spanish 11:30 Plane Geometry 11:55 Farm Digest 12 N Camouflage (debuted the day before) 12:30 Beat The Clock 1 PM About Faces ("Dragnet"'s Ben Alexander hosts a show where people try to identify faces from their pasts; Tom Kennedy is the announcer.) 1:30 Highway Patrol 2 PM Day In Court (cases include a stolen bathing suit and an unlawful sale of stock) 2:30 Road To Reality 3 PM Queen For A Day 3:30 Who Do You Trust? 4 PM American Bandstand (Buzz Clifford sings "Baby Sittin' Boogie".) 5 PM Rin Tin Tin 5:30 Three Stooges

5:50 News (Joe Halburnt) 6 PM Two Faces West 6:30 Bugs Bunny (ABC version) 7 PM Rifleman 7:30 Wyatt Earp 8 PM Stagecoach West 9 PM One Step Beyond (official title: "Alcoa Presents") 9:30 Manhunt 10 PM News (Joe Halburnt) 10:10 Sports (Joe Celania) 10:15 Weather (Marcia Yockey) 10:20 Movie: "Love Happy" (the Marx Brothers from 1950, features a brief appearance by Marilyn Monroe-Groucho probably did this movie just to help Chico pay off his gambling debts) WCPO Ch. 9 Cincinnati (ABC) 6 AM Religion Today 6:15 Joe Emerson (gospel music) 6:30 Know Your World 7 AM George Palmer 8:30 Bozo The Clown 8:55 Al And Wanda Lewis 10:15 Front And Center 10:30 People's Choice 11 AM Our Miss Brooks 11:30 Love That Bob! 12 N Camouflage 12:30 Beat The Clock 1 PM About Faces 1:30 Highway Patrol 2 PM Day In Court 2:30 Road To Reality 3 PM Queen For A Day 3:30 Who Do You Trust? 4 PM American Bandstand 5 PM Popeye And His Friends 5:30 Rocky And His Friends 6 PM Three Stooges 6:30 Quick Draw McGraw 7 PM News (Jack Fogarty) 7:15 Sports (Waite Hoyt) 7:25 Weather (Paula Jane, note the sexism that they don't use her last name) 7:30 Bugs Bunny 8 PM Rifleman 8:30 Wyatt Earp 9 PM Stagecoach West 10 PM One Step Beyond 10:30 Tombstone Territory 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:20 Movie: "She's A Sweetheart" WHAS Ch. 11 Louisville (CBS)

7:45 Cartoon Circus 8 AM CBS News (Richard Hottelet) 8:15 Captain Kangaroo 9 AM December Bride 9:30 Video Village (Jack Narz) 10 AM I Love Lucy 10:30 Clear Horizon (soap about an astronaut and his wife, would be canceled in March and replaced by the game show "Your Surprise Package," then return in early 1962) 11 AM Love Of Life 11:30 Search For Tomorrow 11:45 Guiding Light 12 N Midday Summary 12:15 Cactus Cartoons 12:30 As The World Turns 1 PM Full Circle 1:30 Art Linkletter's House Party (Art attends the premiere of the movie "Pepe".) 2 PM Millionaire 2:30 Verdict Is Yours 3 PM Brighter Day 3:15 Secret Storm 3:30 Edge Of Night 4 PM Movie: "Ah, Wilderness!" 5:15 T-Bar-V Ranch 5:45 Douglas Edwards With The News 6 PM News, Weather, Sports 6:15 Small Talk (Phyllis Knight) 6:30 Mr. Ed 7 PM Father Knows Best 7:30 Dobie Gillis 8 PM Tom Ewell 8:30 Red Skelton (Danny Thomas subs for Red, who's recuperating from surgery.) 9 PM Garry Moore (guests: Eydie Gorme, Jackie Mason, singer Frank D'Rone) 10 PM Grand Jury 10:30 News (Hugh Smith, later a legend in Tampa at WTVT) 10:40 Weather 10:45 Sports (Cawood Ledford, somebody whose last name is Martin) 11 PM Movie: "The Big House" WKRC Ch. 12 Cincinnati (CBS) 8 AM CBS News 8:15 Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Popeye And Billy 10 AM Edge Of Night 10:30 Len Goorian 11 AM I Love Lucy 11:30 Clear Horizon 12 N Love Of Life 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 12:45 Guiding Light

1 PM Amos 'n' Andy 1:30 As The World Turns 2 PM Full Circle 2:30 Art Linkletter's House Party 3 PM Millionaire 3:30 Verdict Is Yours 4 PM Brighter Day 4:15 Secret Storm 4:30 Skipper Ryle 5 PM Movie: "Booby Trap" 6:30 News, Weather 6:45 Douglas Edwards With The News 7 PM Pony Express 7:30 My Sister Eileen (delay from Wed 9 PM) 8 PM Father Knows Best 8:30 Dobie Gillis 9 PM Tom Ewell 9:30 Red Skelton 10 PM Garry Moore 11 PM News, Weather 11:15 Movie: "Kansas City Confidential" WFIE Ch. 14 Evansville (NBC) 6 AM Continental Classroom: "Chemistry" (COLOR) 6:30 Continental Classroom (same as Ch. 3) (COLOR) 7 AM Dave Garroway Today Show 8:25 Dayton Allen 8:30 Dave Garroway continues 9 AM Say When! 9:30 Play Your Hunch (COLOR) 10 AM Price Is Right (COLOR) 10:30 Concentration 11 AM Truth Or Consequences 11:30 It Could Be You (COLOR) 11:55 NBC News 12 N News (Jack McLean) 12:10 Uncle Dudley 12:30 Life Of Riley 1 PM Jan Murray (COLOR) 1:30 Loretta Young 2 PM Young Dr. Malone 2:30 From These Roots 3 PM Make Room For Daddy 3:30 Here's Hollywood 4 PM Movie: "Lady From Louisiana" (John Wayne, from '41) 5:15 Navy Log 5:45 Dayton Allen 5:50 Weather (Biff Cole) 6 PM News, Weather, Sports 6:15 Huntley-Brinkley Report 6:30 Laramie 7:30 Alfred Hitchcock Presents 8 PM Thriller 9 PM Tribute To A Patriot

10 PM News (McLean/Cole) 10:10 Sports (Jack McLean) 10:15 Weather (Biff Cole) 10:20 Jack Paar (COLOR) WLEX Ch. 18 Lexington (NBC/ABC) 6:30 Continental Classroom (same as Ch. 3) (COLOR) 7 AM Dave Garroway Today Show 9 AM Betty Maxwell 9:30 Comedy Time 9:55 Take Five 10 AM Say When! 10:30 Play Your Hunch (COLOR) 11 AM Price Is Right (COLOR) 11:30 Concentration 12 N Truth Or Consequences 12:30 It Could Be You (COLOR) 12:55 NBC News 1 PM Movie: "Block Heads" (Laurel and Hardy) 2 PM Jan Murray (COLOR) 2:30 Loretta Young 3 PM Young Dr. Malone 3:30 From These Roots 4 PM Make Room For Daddy 4:30 Here's Hollywood 5 PM Shorty Stout 5:30 Moonmaid And Lunar 6 PM News, Weather 6:10 Livestock Report 6:15 Sports (Wayne Bell) 6:30 Pantomime Varieties 6:45 Huntley-Brinkley Report 7 PM Blue Angels 7:30 Laramie 8:30 Alfred Hitchcock Presents 9 PM Thriller 10 PM One Step Beyond 10:30 Adolph Rupp (UK Basketball) 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:15 Jack Paar (COLOR) WKYT Ch. 27 Lexington (ABC/CBS) 8 AM CBS News 8:15 Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Popeye Theater 9:30 Movie: "Murder By An Aristocrat" 10:30 Coffeetime With Marie 11 AM I Love Lucy 11:30 Clear Horizon 12 N Love Of Life 12:30 Beat The Clock 1 PM About Faces 1:30 As The World Turns

2 PM Day In Court 2:30 Art Linkletter's House Party 3 PM Queen For A Day 3:30 Verdict Is Yours 4 PM Brighter Day 4:15 Secret Storm 4:30 American Bandstand 5 PM Windy And Popeye 6 PM Jet Jackson 6:25 Livestock Report 6:30 News, Weather 6:45 Douglas Edwards With The News 7 PM Bob And Jack Show 7:30 Wyatt Earp 8 PM Rifleman 8:30 Dobie Gillis 9 PM Tom Ewell 9:30 Red Skelton 10 PM Garry Moore 11 PM News, Weather (Stan Carr) 11:10 Sports (Wallace Jones) 11:15 Movie: "My Dream Is Yours" (watch for an appearance by Bugs Bunny in a child's dream) WEHT Ch. 50 (Ch. 25) Evansville (CBS) 7:30 Comedy Theater 8:15 Captain Kangaroo 9 AM December Bride 9:30 Video Village 10 AM I Love Lucy 10:30 Clear Horizon 11 AM Love Of Life 11:30 Search For Tomorrow 11:45 Guiding Light 12 N CBS News (Ron Cochran) 12:05 Weather (Roger Forster) 12:10 Noontime Neighbors 12:30 As The World Turns 1 PM Full Circle 1:30 Art Linkletter's House Party 2 PM Millionaire 2:30 Verdict Is Yours 3 PM Brighter Day 3:15 Secret Storm 3:30 Edge Of Night 4 PM Let's Pretend 4:30 Crazy Cottage 5 PM Man From Cochise 5:25 News (John Munger) 5:30 I Led Three Lives 6 PM News (John Munger) 6:15 Douglas Edwards With The News 6:30 Mr. Ed 7 PM Father Knows Best 7:30 Dobie Gillis

8 PM Tom Ewell 8:30 Red Skelton 9 PM Garry Moore 10 PM News (John Munger) 10:10 Sports (Chick Anderson) 10:15 Weather (Vance Thomas) 10:20 Movie: "The Deadliest Sin" Retro; New York City, Monday, January 12, 1942 Source; New York Times Stations/Channels; WNBT Ch. 1 (NBC, now WNBC ch. 4) WCBW Ch. 2 (CBS, now WCBS-TV) No Morning Programming Scheduled AFTERNOON 2:30 2-News 2:45 2-War Backgrounds 3:10 2-Treasure Island-Children's Story 3:25 2-News Summary 3:30 1-Film; Luck of Roaring Camp (Adventure, 1937); Owen Davis, Jr., Charles Brokaw, Joan Woodbury EVENING 8:00 2-News Reports 8:10 2-Civilian Defense Program 8:20 2-Joan Edwards, songs 8:30 2-Variety Show; Maxine Sullivan, songs; Gibson and Company; Jules and Clifton, acrobats; Vincenzo Celli, dancer; others 9: 1-Boxing from Jamaica Arena (to 11:30) 9:25 2-News DuMont station W2XWV had begun testing and occasional broadcast activity on channel 4 (then at 78-84 mHz, slightly above post-1946 Channel 5) but had no programming scheduled for this day. This is typical of early wartime programming schedules, which were much like immediate pre-war programming. TV would be much more limited as the war went on, resuming regular daily service on the handful of licensed stations in immediate postwar operation only with the re-organization of

the VHF TV band into its current form in the early spring of 1946. Retro: San Diego Thurs, Jan 5, 1984 from TV Guide-San Diego edition KNXT 2-CBS Los Angeles 5:00 CBS News Nightwatch 6:00 2 with You 6:30 CBS Morning News 9:00 $25,000 Pyramid 9:30 Press Your Luck 10:00 Price is Right 11:00 Young & the Restless noon Tattletales 12:30 As the World Turns 1:30 Capitol 2:00 Guiding Light 3:00 Barney Miller 3:30 Quincy 4:30 News 7:00 CBS Evening News 7:30 2 on the Town (profile of Walter Cronkite, plus a look at Aussie entertainers including Olivia Newton-John and Men at Work) 8:00 Magnum, PI 9:00 Simon & Simon 10:00 Knots Landing 11:00 News 11:30 Trapper John, MD 12:40 Movie "Topper" 2:00 CBS News Nightwatch KNBC 4-NBC Los Angeles 6:00 Health Field 6:30 NBC News at Sunrise 7:00 Today (discussing George Orwell's concept of thought control) 9:00 Facts of Life 9:30 Sale of the Century 10:00 Wheel of Fortune 10:30 Dream House 11:00 Go! 11:30 Search for Tomorrow noon Days of Our Lives 1:00 Another World 2:00 Match Game/Hollywood Squares 3:00 Phil Donahue (male strippers perform and discuss their popularity) 4:00 News 7:00 NBC Nightly News 7:30 Family Feud 8:00 Gimme a Break! 8:30 Family Ties (new day/time) 9:00 Cheers 9:30 Buffalo Bill 10:00 Hill Street Blues 11:00 News 11:30 Tonight Show (guest Cybill Shepherd)

12:30 Late Night with David Letterman (guest Richard Lewis) 1:30 Mary Tyler Moore KTLA 5-Ind Los Angeles 4:40 Movie "Outlaw Fury" (bw) 5:30 Jimmy Swaggart 6:00 Richard Simmons 6:30 Gallery 7:00 700 Club 8:00 Inspector Gadget 8:30 Popeye 9:00 Leave It to Beaver (bw) 9:30 20 Minute Workout 10:00 Woman to Woman (surviving a husband's extramarital affair) 11:00 Bonanza noon Twilight Zone (bw) 12:30 Alfred Hitchcock (bw) 1:00 Hour Magazine (guest Jacqueline Bisset; liposuction) 2:00 Big Valley 3:00 Starsky & Hutch 4:00 Family 5:00 Little House on the Prairie 6:00 CHiPs 7:00 Happy Days Again 7:30 Laverne & Shirley 8:00 Movie "Bad Day at Black Rock" 10:00 News 11:00 College Basketball: Arizona State-UCLA (same-day tape) 1:00 Great Record Album Collection (this was a music video show) 1:30 Movie "Chicago Deadline" (bw) 3:20 News 3:25 Movie "Wichita" 4:55 News XETV 6-Ind San Diego 5:30 Dick Van Dyke (bw) 6:00 Jimmy Swaggart 6:30 Woody Woodpecker 7:00 Tom & Jerry 7:30 Flintstones 8:00 Bugs Bunny & Friends 8:30 Popeye & Friends 9:00 Woman to Woman (keeping excitement in a relationship) 10:00 20 Minute Workout 10:30 Bewitched 11:00 Family noon Ironside 1:00 Big Valley 2:00 I Love Lucy (bw) 2:30 Leave it to Beaver (bw) 3:00 Scooby-Doo 3:30 He-Man & the Masters of the Universe 4:00 Tom & Jerry 5:00 Incredible Hulk 6:00 SWAT 7:00 Happy Days Again (x2)

8:00 Movie "Citizen Kane" (bw) 10:30 Blake Edwards: The Man Who Loved Comedy (the director discusses how he makes comedies, focusing on The Man Who Loved Women) 11:00 Soap 11:30 Thicke of the Night (guests the Commodores, David Hasselhoff, and Ricky Jay) 1:00 Movie: TBA 3:15 Movie: TBA KABC 7-ABC Los Angeles 5:00 Understanding Human Behavior 5:30 Daybreak LA 6:00 ABC World News This Morning 7:00 Good Morning America (guests Jack Paar and Shelly West) 9:00 AM Los Angeles (guest Sonny Bono) 10:00 Benson 10:30 Loving 11:00 Family Feud 11:30 Ryan's Hope noon All My Children 1:00 One Life to Live 2:00 General Hospital 3:00 Edge of Night 3:30 LA Today (guest JM J. Bullock) 4:00 News 7:00 ABC World News Tonight 7:30 Eye on LA (segments include to overcome fear of dentists) 8:00 Automan 9:00 Masquerade 10:00 20/20 (reports on ALS and dinosaurs) 11:00 News 11:30 ABC News Nightline 12:30 LA Today (r) 1:00 Movie "Francis of Assisi" 2:30 News KFMB 8-CBS San Diego 5:00 CBS News Nightwatch 6:00 CBS Morning News 8:00 Sunup San Diego (guest Philip Goldberg) 9:00 $25,000 Pyramid 9:30 Press Your Luck 10:00 Price is Right 11:00 Young & the Restless noon News 12:30 As the World Turns 1:30 Capitol 2:00 Guiding Light 3:00 Hour Magazine (same line-up as 5) 4:00 M*A*S*H 4:30 News 6:00 CBS Evening News 6:30 News 7:00 PM Magazine (a Japanese ad filmed in Iowa; Walter & Kathy Cronkite) 7:30 Tic Tac Dough 8:00 Magnum, PI 9:00 Simon & Simon

10:00 Knots Landing 11:00 News 11:30 Trapper John, MD 12:40 Movie "Topper" 2:00 CBS News Nightwatch KHJ 9-Ind Los Angeles 6:00 Prime Time (memory loss/welfare for seniors) 6:30 Frankly Female 7:00 Froozles 7:30 There is a Way 8:00 Jim Bakker 9:00 Morning Stretch 9:30 Mid-Morning LA 11:00 Movie "Apache Uprising" 12:30 Dating Game 1:00 Newlywed Game 1:30 News 2:00 Ironside 3:00 Kojak 4:00 What's Happening!! (x2) 5:00 Video One (music from Billy Joel, Berlin, Rod Stewart, and Cheap Trick) 6:00 Eight is Enough 7:00 Fantasy Island 8:00 College Basketball: Cal State-Long Beach v UNLV 10:00 News 11:00 Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In (guest Eve Arden) 11:30 In Search of... (Dead Sea Scrolls) mid. Gong Show 12:30 Movie "Along Came a Spider" KGTV 10-ABC San Diego 5:30 Oceanus 6:00 ABC World News This Morning 7:00 Good Morning America 9:00 Newscope 9:30 Laverne & Shirley 10:00 Benson 10:30 Loving 11:00 Family Feud 11:30 News noon All My Children 1:00 One Life to Live 2:00 General Hospital 3:00 Eight is Enough 4:00 WKRP in Cincinnati 4:30 Three's Company 5:00 News 6:00 ABC World News Tonight 6:30 Barney Miller 7:00 Entertainment Tonight 7:30 People's Court 8:00 Automan 9:00 Masquerade 10:00 20/20 11:00 News

11:30 ABC News Nightline 12:30 Entertainment Tonight KTTV 11-Ind Los Angeles 4:00 Movie "The Giant Claw" (bw) 5:30 Make Room for Daddy" (bw) 6:00 Jetsons 6:30 Spider-Man 7:00 Flintstones 7:30 Woody Woodpecker 8:30 Bugs Bunny & Porky Pig 9:00 Incredible Hulk 10:00 Mission: Impossible 11:00 Entertainment Tonight 11:30 Southern California Midday 1:00 Breakaway (guest Richard Dean Anderson; look at children's TV) 2:00 Love Connection 2:30 Here's Lucy 3:00 Please Don't Eat the Daisies 3:30 I Dream of Jeannie 4:00 Merv Griffin (guests Ted Danson, Billy Dee Williams, Maureen Murphy, and Joyce Jillson) 5:00 Jeffersons 5:30 One Day at a Time 6:00 Three's Company 6:30 Alice 7:00 Fame 8:00 Entertainment Tonight 8:30 PM Magazine (same line-up as KFMB) 9:00 Fiesta in Mexico (Pia Zadora sings and dances with Juan Aleman) 10:00 News 11:00 M*A*S*H 11:30 Thicke of the Night 1:00 All in the Family 1:30 CNN Headline News 2:00 Movie "Beat the Devil" (bw) 4:00 Movie "The Camp on Blood Island" (bw) XEWT 12-Sp Tijuana 2:15pm Contra Punto 3:15 Hora Infantil 3:45 Espejismo 4:45 Coraje de Querer 5:45 Noticias 6:00 Por Amor 6:30 Personalidad 7:00 Blanco y Negro 7:30 Camara Social 8:00 Patrulla Motorizada 9:00 Pelicula: TBA 11:00 Noticias 11:30 Hogar Que Yo Robe KCOP 13-Ind Los Angeles 6:00 Romper Room & Friends 6:30 Felix the Cat 7:00 Superfriends

7:30 Tom & Jerry 8:00 Pink Panther 8:30 Popeye (that's right, both 5 and 13 showed the sailor man at 8:30) 9:00 Great Space Coaster 9:30 Bewitched (x2) 10:30 Biography (bw) 11:00 Adam-12 (x2) noon Movie "Untamed Lands" 2:00 Tic Tac Dough 2:30 Superman 3:00 Casper 3:30 Tom & Jerry 4:00 He-Man & the Masters of the Universe 4:30 Sdooby-Doo 5:00 Bewitched (filmed in Gloucester, MA) 5:30 Andy Griffith (bw) 6:00 Hawaii Five-O 7:00 Joker's Wild 7:30 People's Court 8:00 79 Park Avenue (pt 2) 10:00 News 10:30 INN News 11:00 Top 40 Videos 11:30 Streets of San Francisco 12:30 Love, American Style 1:00 Movie "Black Patch" (bw) 3:30 Marcus Welby, MD KPBS 15-PBS San Diego 6:15 Hooked on Aerobics 6:45 AM Weather 7:00 Sesame Street 8:00 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 8:30 Lilias, Yoga & You 9:00 Housewarming with Charlie Wing 9:30 Slim Cuisine 10:00 Microwave Cookery 10:30 Kathy's Kitchen 11:00 Sesame Street noon Over Easy (guest Otto Graham) 12:30 Nature 1:30 To Be Ourselves 2:30 Presente! 3:00 Sesame Street 4:00 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 4:30 Electric Company 5:00 Spaces (study of space exploration) 5:30 Just Like Everybody Else (discussing sexuality and relationships) 6:00 New Tech Times 6:30 Nightly Business Report 7:00 MacNeil-Lehrer NewsHour 8:00 Nicholas Nickleby (conclusion) 11:00 John Callaway Interviews (1983 interview with PBS mainstay Leo Buscaglia) KSCI 18-Ind/Sp/Ethnic Los Angeles 5:00 Maharishi Mahesh Yogi

6:00 BizNet News Today 7:00 FNN Financial News 2:00 Real Estate Today 2:30 Quarter Horse Review 3:00 Solutions 3:30 Black Focus 4:00 En Vivo Video 4:30 El Caballero de Rauzan 5:00 Lo Que El Amor Perdona 5:55 Noticiero Nuestro Mundo 6:00 Menudo: Quiero Ser 6:30 Desde Hollywood 7:00 Espectaular Musical 8:00 NHK News 8:30 KBS News 8:45 KTE News 8:55 Sanjoowha 9:20 Kalkook 10:05 Angae 10:50 Comedy Chooldong 11:20 Korean History 11:30 NNN News mid. Australian Channel News KCOX 33-Cable San Diego 8:00 Movie "Sidewalks of London" (bw) 10:00 Daytime 2:00 Community Calendar 5:00 Movie "Sidewalks of London" (bw) 7:00 California Style 7:30 Journey to Adventure 8:00 Looking East 9:00 An Conductor at Work (A&E; Claudio Abbado with Luciano Pavarotti) 10:00 Dave Brubeck (A&E; 1981 concert from Saratoga, CA) 11:10 Great Paintings (A&E) 11:25 First Edition (A&E; guest Louis Auchincloss) KMEX 34-SIN Los Angeles 7:00 Jimmy Swaggart 7:30 Noticias 8:00 Chapulin Colorado 8:30 Hoy Mismo 10:00 Mundo Latino 11:00 Rosa...de Lejos 1;00 Eduardo II 2:00 Los Angeles Ahora 2:30 Vivir Enamorada 3:00 Senorita Andrea 4:00 Casagrande 5:00 En Busca del Paraiso 6:00 Noticias 6:30 Noticiero Nacional SIN 7:00 Esclava Isaura 7:30 Veronica, El Rostro del Amor 8:30 Chiquilladas 9:00 No Empujen

9:30 Noche de Gala 10:30 24 Horas 11:20 Noticiero 11:30 Pelicula "La muerte es puntual" (bw) KCST 39-NBC San Diego 6:00 Morning Stretch 6:30 NBC News at Sunrise 7:00 Today 9:00 Phil Donahue (assertiveness training for men adversely affected by feminism) 10:00 Wheel of Fortune 10:30 Dream House 11:00 Go! 11:30 Search for Tomorrow noon Days of Our Lives 1:00 Another World 2:00 Match Game/Hollywood Squares 3:00 Breakaway (same as KTTV on a 2-hr delay; it aired live in LA) 4:00 Fantasy Island 5:00 News 6:00 NBC Nightly News 6:30 Wheel of Fortune 7:00 Love Connection 7:30 Family Feud 8:00 Gimme a Break! 8:30 Family Ties (new day/time) 9:00 Cheers 9:30 Buffalo Bill 10:00 Hill Street Blues 11:00 News 11:30 Tonight Show 12:30 Late Night with David Letterman 1:30 News KUSI 51-Ind San Diego 6:30 Great Space Coaster 7:00 Three Stooges (bw) 8:00 My Three Sons 8:30 Family Affair 9:00 Streets of San Francisco 10:00 Movie "The Big Knife" (bw) noon Newlywed Game 12:30 Dating Game 1:00 Rookies 2:00 Gunsmoke 3:00 Bionic Woman 4:00 Munsters (bw) 4:30 Superfriends 5:00 Gilligan's Island (bw) 5:30 Good Times 6:00 One Day at a Time 6:30 Sanford & Son 7:00 Jeffersons 7:30 Carol Burnett & Friends (guest Steve Lawrence) 8:00 Lou Grant 9:00 Kojak

10:00 INN News 10:30 CNN Headline News 11:00 Dave Allen at Large 11:30 Movie "The Fearmakers" Retro: Charleston and Sumter, SC Jan 6, 1986 3pm: General Hospital 4pm: Dukes of Hazzard 5pm: Diff'rent Strokes 5:30: The Jeffersons 6pm: Action News 15 6:30: World News Tonight 7pm: Knot's Landing 8- Hardcastle and McCormick 9- ABC Movie: "Shattered Spirits" 11: Action News 15 11:30: Sanford and Son Midnight: Good Times 12:30: Nightline 1am sign-off WRJA 27 (PBS/ETV) Sumter Same schedule as WITV except for Agriculture Today, 7pm. Weirdly, WPCQ (NBC) Charlotte was on the Sumter cable in 1986, but WCCB, the independent out of Charlotte, was not. Retro: North Carolina Sat, Jan 6, 1962 from TV Guide-North Carolina edition Studio locations in italics after station name WFMY 2-CBS/ABC Greensboro cr Phillips Ave & White St 8:30 Old Rebel/Pecos Pete 9:00 Captain Kangaroo 10:00 Video Village Jr. 10:30 Mighty Mouse 11:00 Allakazam "The Great Train Illusion" 11:30 Roy Rogers "Shoot to Kill" noon Sky King "The Plastic Ghost" 12:30 My Friend Flicka "The Phantom Herd" 1:00 CBS News 1:30 TBA 1:45 Sports (Vic Bubas) 2:00 ACC Basketball: Clemson-Wake Forest (Charlie Harville and Dan Daniel are courtside) 3:30 26 Men 4:00 Movie "King's Rhapsody" 5:30 Steve Allen (from UCLA with guests Robert Ryan, Arnold Moss, Frankie Avalon, Connie Francis, Bill Dana, Joey Forman, and Tom (sp?) Conway) 6:30 My Three Sons "Chip Leaves Home"

7:00 Sea Hunt 7:30 Perry Mason "The Case of the Shapely Shadow" 8:30 Defenders "The Bedside Murder" 9:30 Have Gun-Will Travel 10:00 Gunsmoke 11:00 News/Weather 11:10 Movie "The Winning Team" WBTV 3-CBS/ABC Charlotte 1 Julian Price Place 7:45 Light Time 8:00 Rascals Club 8:30 Adventures in Pirate's Cove 9:00 Captain Kangaroo 10:00 Video Village Jr. 10:30 Mighty Mouse 11:00 Allakazam "The Great Train Illusion" 11:30 Roy Rogers "Shoot to Kill" noon Sky King "The Plastic Ghost" 12:30 My Friend Flicka "The Phantom Herd" 1:00 Pastor's Answers 1:30 Changing Times 1:45 Sports (Bubas) 2:00 ACC Basketball: Clemson-Wake Forest 4:00 Life of Riley 4:30 Californians "Panic on Montgomery Street" 5:00 Grand Ole Opry 5:30 Charlotte Wrestling 6:30 Follow the Sun "The Girl from the Brandenburg Gate" 7:30 Perry Mason "The Case of the Shapely Shadow" 8:30 Defenders "The Bedside Murder" 9:30 Have Gun-Will Travel 10:00 Gunsmoke 11:00 News/Sports 11:15 Movie "My Gal Sal" WUNC 4-Edu Chapel Hill UNC 6pm Big Picture 6:30 Aspect 7:00 Goals for Americans 7:30 Our Neighbor the Moon "The Trip to the Moon" (Dr. Huburtus Stroughold, professor of space medicine at Brooks AFB, TX speaks on "man's first trip to the moon") 8:00 American Memoirs 8:30 Prospects of Mankind "Southeast Asia in Crisis" (Eleanor Roosevelt moderates a panel discussion) WRAL 5-NBC Raleigh 2619 Western Blvd 9:00 Captain Five (Herb Marks) 9:30 Pip the Piper "Farm Day" (c) 10:00 Shari Lewis (c) 10:30 King Leonardo (c) 11:00 Fury "Aunt Harriet" 11:30 Make Room for Daddy "True-Blue Benny" noon Update 12:30 Mr. Wizard (salt is this week's topic) 1:00 Teen-Age Frolics (J.D. Lewis) 2:00 Industry on Parade

2:15 Window on Washington 2:30 All America Wants to Know 3:00 Senior Bowl: from Mobile, top college prospects square off in the 12th annual event with Dallas' Tom Landry coaching the North team and Baltimore's Weeb Ewbank coaching the South team; players automatically become pro by playing as the winning team gets $600 each and the losers $500 (c; Lindsey Nelson/Red Grange with the call) 5:00 Life of Riley "When Women Were Women" 5:30 Championship Wrestling 6:30 Porter Wagoner 7:00 Hathaways "The Jingle Contest" 7:30 Wells Fargo "Moneyrun" (c) 8:30 Tall Man "Substitute Sheriff" 9:00 Untouchables "The Larry Fay Story" 10:00 Boxing: from MSG, a 10 round welterweight tilt between New Orleans' Ralph Dupas (88-156, 15 KO) and Mexicali's Gaspar Ortega (68-22-2, 27 KO); Don Dunphy is ringside 10:45 Make That Spare: in Ridgewood NY, Stan Gifford takes the challenge with Win Elliot calling the action 11:00 News/Weather 11:10 Movie "The Secret of Convict Lake" WECT 6-NBC/CBS/ABC Wilmington 205 W Shipyard Blvd 8:30 Light Unto My Path 9:30 Pip the Piper "Farm Day" (c) 10:00 Shari Lewis (c) 10:30 King Leonardo (c) 11:00 Fury "Aunt Harriet" 11:30 Make Room for Daddy "True-Blue Benny" noon Update 12:30 Mr. Wizard 1:00 Life of Riley 1:30 Big Picture 2:00 ACC Basketball: Clemson-Wake Forest 3:30 Senior Bowl (c/JIP) 5:30 Steve Allen 6:30 News (Art Bradley) 6:40 Sports (Wayne Jackson) 7:00 RCMP 7:30 Wells Fargo "Moneyrun" (c) 8:30 Tall Man "Substitute Sheriff" 9:00 Saturday Night at the Movies "What Price Glory" (c) 11:15 Naked City "Bridge Party" 12:15 Chicago Wrestling WITN 7-NBC Washington Hwy 17 S (TVG had an ad promoting the station's new 1523' tower, claiming that there was now double the signal strength from the tx) 7:30 Aspect 8:00 Clutch Cargo 8:30 Hospitality House (Tempe Clark) 9:30 Pip the Piper "Farm Day" (c) 10:00 Shari Lewis (c) 10:30 King Leonardo (c) 11:00 Fury "Aunt Harriet" 11:30 Make Room for Daddy "True-Blue Benny" noon Update 12:30 Mr. Wizard 1:00 Teen Canteen (Ed Collins/Lydia Worsley)

2:00 Circus Boy "Corky's Big Parade" 2:30 Film Feature: Loran Comes to Bataan 3:00 Senior Bowl (c) 6:00 NBC News 6:15 Bar 7 Country Music 7:00 Blue Angels "Second Best" 7:30 Wells Fargo "Moneyrun" (c) 8:30 Tall Man "Substitute Sheriff" 9:00 Saturday Night at the Movies "What Price Glory" (c) 11:15 News/Weather 11:30 Shock Theater "Mystery of the White Room" WNCT 9-CBS/ABC Greenville Evan St Ext 8:30 Little Rascals 8:45 Boy Scouts of America 9:00 Captain Kangaroo 10:00 Video Village Jr. 10:30 Mighty Mouse 11:00 Popeye 11:30 Roy Rogers "Shoot to Kill" noon Sky King "The Plastic Ghost" 12:30 My Friend Flicka "The Phantom Herd" 1:00 Dansorama (Marie Wallace) 1:45 Sports (Bubas) 2:00 ACC Basketball: Clemson-Wake Forest 4:00 Movie "Heidi" 5:30 Big Picture 6:00 Union Pacific 6:30 Open House (Roy Acuff) 7:00 Leave It to Beaver "Beaver's First Date" 7:30 Perry Mason "The Case of the Shapely Shadow" 8:30 Defenders "The Bedside Murder" 9:30 Have Gun-Will Travel 10:00 Gunsmoke 11:00 News/Sports 11:15 New Breed "I Remember Murder" 12:15 Flight "Minefield" WSOC 9-NBC/ABC Charlotte 223 W 23rd St 7:15 Aspect 7:45 Country Style, USA 8:00 Sportsmen (Brooks Lindsey) 8:30 Inside Sports (Odell Hartis) 9:00 Comedy Classics 10:00 Shari Lewis (c) 10:30 King Leonardo (c) 11:00 Fury "Aunt Harriet" 11:30 1, 2, 3, Go! (Richard Thomas and Jack Lescoulie explore London) noon Kilgo's Kanteen 1:00 Sports Club 1:30 Contrails 2:00 WSOC-TV Scrapbook 2:30 Women's Bowling 3:00 Senior Bowl (c) 6:00 Dr. Kildare "Hit and Run" 7:00 Rifleman "Skull"

7:30 Wells Fargo "Moneyrun" (c) 8:30 Tall Man "Substitute Sheriff" 9:00 Car 54, Where are You? "Get Well, Officer Schnauser" 9:30 Hazel "Hazel's Dog Days" 10:00 Untouchables "Canada Run" 11:00 Double Feature Movies "Sorrowful Jones"/"Short Grass" WTVD 11-CBS/ABC Durham 2410 Broad St 7:00 Three Stooges 8:00 Movie "Melody Ranch" (Gene Autry is joined by Jimmy Durante and Ann Miller) 9:00 Captain Kangaroo 10:00 Video Village Jr. 10:30 Mighty Mouse 11:00 Allakazam "The Great Train Illusion" 11:30 Roy Rogers "Shoot to Kill" noon Sky King "The Plastic Ghost" 12:30 My Friend Flicka "The Phantom Herd" 1:00 CBS News 1:30 Conservation Clubhouse "Hunter's Paradise" 1:45 Sports (Bubas) 2:00 ACC Basketball: Clemson-Wake Forest 3:30 Ted Mack's Amateur Hour (guests Jefferson 4H Club Puppeteers (Cave City KY) and Philly dance team Celeste & Vaughnina Jones) 4:00 Mr. Ed "Ed's New Shoes" 4:30 Movie: TBA 5:30 WTVD Dance Party (Tonya Gamble/Ken Corbitt) 6:30 Roaring 20s "You Can't Fight City Hall" 7:30 Perry Mason "The Case of the Shapely Shadow" 8:30 Defenders "The Bedside Murder" 9:30 Have Gun-Will Travel 10:00 Gunsmoke 11:00 News/Sports 11:15 Country Style (Jim Thornton) WSJS 12-NBC Winston-Salem 419-421 Spruce St 7:30 Aspect 8:00 This is the Life "Miracle in Chinatown" 8:30 Davey & Goliath 8:45 Cartoon Theater 9:30 Pip the Piper "Farm Day" (c) 10:00 Shari Lewis (c) 10:30 King Leonardo (c) 11:00 Fury "Aunt Harriet" 11:30 Make Room for Daddy "True-Blue Benny" noon Update 12:30 Mr. Wizard 1:00 Casey Jones "Hard Luck Train" 1:30 Wild Bill Hickok "Silver Mine Protection Story" 2:00 Californians "Gold-Tooth Charlie" 2:30 Challenge of Ideas 3:00 Senior Bowl (c) 6:00 Lawman "The Trojan Horse" 6:30 Ben Casey "And If I Die" 7:30 Wells Fargo "Moneyrun" (c) 8:30 Tall Man "Substitute Sheriff" 9:00 Saturday Night at the Movies "What Price Glory" (c)

11:15 News/Weather 11:30 Movie "Summer Storm" Retro: Tucson, Arizona, 4 and 5 January, 1954 Source: Tucson Citizen Note: the Citizen displayed "(C)" next to several programs, and at this early date I doubt that it denoted "color." Considering three of the programs in question were Dennis Day and President Eisenhower's address on the 4th and Milton Berle the following night, in pattern with what would have been fed from the network line from the East Coast, I suspect it actually meant "current," as opposed to material from a kinescope. Stations: 4 – KVOA-TV Tucson (NBC/ABC) 13 – KOPO-TV Tucson (CBS/DuMont) MONDAY, 4 JANUARY 1954 AFTERNOON 12:45 4 Test Pattern 1:00 4 Glamour Girl 13 Test Tunes – Dance, Jazz 1:30 4 Hawkins Falls 1:45 4 The Bennetts 2:00 4 Three Steps to Heaven 2:15 4 Follow Your Heart 2:30 4 On Your Account (C) 3:00 4 At Home with Freda 13 Music with a View 3:30 4 Ladies Matinee 13 Love of Life 3:45 13 Visiting with Virginia 4:00 4 Sagebrush Theatre

5:00 13 Down Melody Lane 5:15 13 Telenews 5:30 4 Dance Party (C) 13 Uncle Mac & Squeaky 5:45 4 KVOA-TV Sports Reel EVENING 6:00 4 Weather – Record Counter 13 Highway Patrol 6:15 4 Sound Stage 13 Professor Yes & No 6:30 4 American Forum 13 Speaking of Tucson 6:45 13 Sports with Portia 7:00 4 Dennis Day (C) 13 I Love Lucy 7:30 4/13 President Eisenhower (C) 7:45 4 Robert Montgomery 13 Red Buttons 8:00 13 Badge 714 8:30 4 Greatest Drama 13 Life Begins at 80 8:45 4 KVOA-TV News Spotlight 9:00 4 University of Arizona 13 Dean Armstrong 9:15 4 The Christophers

9:30 4 La Hora Mexicana 13 TV Theatre 10:00 4 Weather – Late Show 13 All-Star Theater 10:30 13 Weather 10:45 13 Platterama TUESDAY, 5 JANUARY 1954 AFTERNOON 12:45 4 Test Pattern 1:00 4 Glamour Girl 13 Test Tunes – Dance, Jazz 1:30 4 Hawkins Falls 1:45 4 The Bennetts 2:00 4 Three Steps to Heaven 2:15 4 Follow Your Heart 2:30 4 On Your Account (C) 3:00 4 Webb Spinning 13 Selected Shorts 3:30 4 Ladies Matinee 13 Love of Life 3:45 13 Visiting with Virginia 4:00 4 Sagebrush Theatre 5:00

13 Down Melody Lane 5:15 13 Telenews 5:30 4 Ding Dong School 13 Uncle Mac & Squeaky 5:45 4 Weather 13 Garry Moore EVENING 6:00 4 Milton Berle (C) 13 Bar Nothing Ranch 6:15 13 Jim & Judy 6:30 13 Speaking of Tucson 6:45 13 Sports with Portia 7:00 4 TV Little Theatre 13 Scrapbook 7:15 4 Indian Lore 7:30 4 International Theatre 8:00 4 Press Conference 13 Arthur Godfrey & His Friends 8:30 4 Bob Considine (C) 8:45 4 KVOA-TV News Spotlight 9:00 4 Appointment With Your Doctor 13 Wrestling 9:30 4 La Hora Mexicana 10:00 4 Weather – Late Show

13 KOPO-TV Playhouse 10:30 13 Weather 10:45 13 Late Movie Retro: Montreal/Ottawa Wed, Jan 4, 1978 from TV Hebdo CBFT 2-Montreal/CBOFT 9-Ottawa (SRC) 9:45 Topino 10:00 La boite a lettres 10:15 Virginie 10:30 (2) Magazine-Express 10:30 (9) Cours scolaires de l'Ontario (OECA French) 11:00 Les trouvailles de Clemence 11:30 Mon pays, mes amours noon Mini-Fee 12:30 Les Coqueluches 1:30 Le Telejournal 1:35 Femme d'aujourd'hui 2:30 Le temps de vivre 4:00 Bobino 4:30 Le grenier 5:00 L'heure de pointe 6:00 Ce soir 6:30 (9) Actualite 7:00 (2) Les belles histoires des pays d'en haut 7:30 (9) Studio D 8:00 NHL Super Series: Pardubice (Czechoslovakia) v NY Islanders 10:30 Le Telejournal 10:55 (2) Nouvelles du sport 10:55 (9) Nouvelles outaouaises et sports 11:05 Reflets d'un pays (docs from SRC stations across Canada...this edition was a CBAFT Moncton produced doc on Acadian humor) 12:05 Cinema "Le beau sage" 1:30 (2) Le Telejournal WCAX 3-CBS Burlington 6:30 Sunrise Semester 7:00 CBS Morning News 8:00 Captain Kangaroo 9:00 Mike Douglas 10:00 Tattletales 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 1 O'Clock News & Weather 1:10 Across the Fence 1:30 As the World Turns

2:30 Guiding Light 3:30 All in the Family 4:00 Gilligan's Island 4:30 Gunsmoke "The Gun" 5:30 Gomer Pyle, USMC 6:00 Channel 3 News Hour 7:00 CBS Evening News 7:30 New Truth or Consequences 8:00 Good Times 8:30 Szysznyk 9:00 CBS Wednesday Movie "The Great Scout and Cathouse Thursday" 11:00 News 11:30 Hawaii Five-O "The Odd Lot Caper" 12:30 Kojak "The Corrupter" CBOT 4-CBC Ottawa 8:30 Bonjour, bon jour 8:45 Friendly Giant 9:00 In Touch 10:00 Quebec School Telecasts 10:30 Mr. Dressup 11:00 Sesame Street noon Bob McLean 12:55 CBC News 1:03 Way It Is 1:33 Crown Court 2:03 Ryan's Hope 2:30 Edge of Night 3:00 Take 30 3:30 Celebrity Cooks (guest Pat Carroll) 4:00 Magic Lie (premiere, based on T.H. White's The Master) 4:30 Electric Company 5:00 TBA 5:30 All in the Family 6:00 News 7:00 Mary Tyler Moore 7:30 Variety '78 (guest Marie-Lynn Hammond) 8:00 TBA (CBC may air the Super Series game) 11:00 The National 11:22 The Local 11:35 90 Minutes Live WPTZ 5-NBC Plattsburgh 7:00 Today 9:00 New Phil Donahue (Phil looks at DIY divorce) 10:00 Sanford & Son 10:30 Hollywood Squares 11:00 Wheel of Fortune 11:30 Knockout noon To Say the Least 12:30 Gong Show 12:55 NBC News 1:00 For Richer, for Poorer 1:30 Days of Our Lives 2:30 Doctors 3:00 Another World

4:00 Brady Bunch "Pass the Tabu" (pt 2) 4:30 Partridge Family "Double Trouble" 5:00 Emergency One! "Inventions" 6:00 News 6:30 NBC Nightly News 7:00 Odd Couple "Two Men on a Horse" 7:30 Muppet Show (guest Edgar Bergman) 8:00 Life & Times of Grizzly Adams 9:00 Black Sheep Squadron "Wolves in the Sheep Pen" 10:00 Police Woman "Blind Terror" 11:00 News 11:30 Tonight Show 1:00 Tomorrow CBMT 6-CBC Montreal 8:45 Friendly Giant 9:00 Bonjour, bon jour 9:15 Davey & Goliath 9:30 Quebec School Telecasts 10:30 Mr. Dressup 11:00 Sesame Street noon Bob McLean 12:55 CBC News 1:03 Tattletales 1:33 Magistrate's Court 2:03 Ryan's Hope 2:30 Edge of Night 3:00 Take 30 3:30 Celebrity Cooks 4:00 Magic Lie (premiere) 4:30 Electric Company 5:00 TBA 5:30 All in the Family 6:00 City at Six 7:00 Mary Tyler Moore 7:30 LaPierre (guest Michel Legrand) 8:00 TBA (CBC may air the Super Series game) 11:00 The National 11:22 City Tonight 11:35 90 Minutes Live CKGN 6-Global Ottawa 6:00 PTL Club 7:00 Daybreak 9:00 Canadian Cavalcade 9:30 100 Huntley Street 11:00 Ed Allen 11:30 University of Toronto Show noon News at Noon 1:00 Going Places 1:30 Winner's Circle 2:00 Afternoon Movie "Father Dear Father" 4:00 Little Rascals (bw) 4:30 Gilligan's Island "Beauty is as Beauty Does" 5:00 Beverly Hillbillies "The Buggy" (bw) 5:30 Dick Van Dyke "The Sam Pomerantz Scandals" (bw)

6:00 Global News 7:00 Fernwood Tonight 7:30 Sanford & Son "Brother, Can You Spare an Act?" 8:00 Good Times 8:30 Szysznyk 9:00 War Years "The Battle of the Pacific-The Onslaught" (the Pearl Harbor attack) 10:00 Global News Hour 11:00 Forever Fernwood 11:30 Winner's Circle mid. Movie "Decision Against Time" CHLT 7-TVA Sherbrooke 8:00 Informa 7 8:15 Fanfan Dede 8:45 Les petits bonshommes 9:00 A la bonn'heure 10:30 Sans detour 11:00 Une heure avec vous (or should that read demi-heure, given the program length? Cheesy) 11:30 Les petits bonshommes 11:45 La mijoterie noon Informa Bloc 12:30 Diner chaud 1:30 Cine-Quiz "Meutre au Galop" (bw/Murder at the Gallop) 3:15 Pourquoi pas? 3:45 Chez Cou Cou 4:00 Monsieur Tranquille 4:30 Les nouveaux Tannants 5:30 Parle parle, jase jase... 6:30 Jo'Anne et Jerry (guests Benny Barbara, and the White River Bluegrass Band) 7:00 La petite maison dans la prairie "L'idylle de M. Edward" (Little House on the Prairie) 8:00 Faut le faire 8:30 Qui dit vrai? (local version of To Tell the Truth) 9:00 SWAT 10:00 Information sante 10:15 Point d'orgue 10:30 Nouvelles TVA 11:00 Informa 7 11:15 Les incorruptibles "L'homme a la chambre froide" (Untouchables/bw) 12:15 Informa 7 WWNY 7-CBS/NBC/ABC Watertown (for some reason, TVH listed it as an indie) 7:00 Today 9:00 Captain Kangaroo 10:00 Tattletales 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 Doctors 1:30 As the World Turns 2:30 Guiding Light 3:30 All in the Family 4:00 Match Game '78 4:30 Sanford & Son 5:00 Gunsmoke "Jesse"

6:00 News 6:30 CBS Evening News 7:00 Fitzpatricks (1 day delay, 7 ran ABC in Tues 8pm slot) 8:00 Good Times 8:30 Szysznyk 9:00 CBS Wednesday Movie "The Great Scout and Cathouse Thursday" 11:00 News 11:30 Hawaii Five-O "The Odd Lot Caper" 12:30 Kojak "The Corrupter" WMTW 8-ABC Mt Washington/Poland Spring 6:00 PTL Club 7:00 Good Morning America 9:00 Good Day! (from WCVB Boston) 10:30 Family Affair 11:00 Happy Days 11:30 Family Feud noon The Better Sex 12:30 Ryan's Hope 1:00 All My Children 2:00 $20,000 Pyramid 2:30 One Life to Live 3:15 General Hospital 4:00 Addams Family (bw) 4:30 Gunsmoke "Hard Labor" 5:30 News Circle 6:00 ABC Evening News 6:30 Mutual of Omaha Wild Kingdom 7:00 Mary Tyler Moore "We Want Baxter" 7:30 Get Smart 8:00 That Thing on ABC (guests Cheryl Ladd, John Ritter, Henny Youngman, and John Cameron Swayze) 9:00 Charlie's Angels 10:00 Baretta 11:00 News Circle 11:30 Police Story "Collision Course" 12:30 Mystery of the Week CHEM 8-TVA Trois-Rivieres 8:45 Les petits bonshommes 9:00 A la bonn'heure 10:30 Une heure avec vous 11:30 Les petits bonshommes 12:20 Informa 8 12:30 Diner chaud 1:30 Cine-Quiz "Meutre au Galop" (bw/Murder at the Gallop) 3:15 Le petit monde 4:00 Monsieur Tranquille 4:30 Les nouveaux Tannants 5:30 Parle parle, jase jase... 6:30 Deuxieme edition 7:00 La petite maison dans la prairie "L'idylle de M. Edward" (Little House on the Prairie) 8:00 Faut le faire 8:30 Qui dit vrai? 9:00 SWAT 10:00 Auto-patrouille "Camp numero 2" (Adam-12)

10:30 Nouvelles TVA 11:00 Sport 11:05 La couleur de temps 11:15 Les incorruptibles "L'homme a la chambre froide" (Untouchables/bw) 12:15 Cinema "Le secret du Chevalier d'Eon" Cable TV 8-Montreal simulcasts CIVM 17 programs CKSH 9-SRC Sherbrooke 9:15 La soeur volante (Flying Nun; Quebec viewers can see the show these days on Prise 2, their equivalent to TV Land) 9:45 Topino 10:00 La boite a lettres 10:15 Virginie 10:30 Magazine-Express 11:00 Les trouvailles de Clemence 11:30 Rue Principale 12:30 Les Coqueluches 1:30 Le Telejournal 1:35 Femme d'aujourd'hui 2:30 Le temps de vivre 4:00 Bobino 4:30 Le grenier 5:00 Cinema de 5 heures "Collines brulantes" (Burning Hills/bw) 7:00 Le 9 vous informe 7:30 Aller-retour 8:00 NHL Super Series: Pardubice (Czechoslovakia) v NY Islanders 10:30 Le Telejournal 10:55 Nouvelles du sport 11:05 Cine-Soir "Agent secret 003" Cablevision Nationale 9-Montreal Listings info unavailable at press time, but they simulcast CIVM 17's programming as part of their schedule CFTM 10-TVA Montreal 8:00 Les petits bonshommes 8:15 Fanfan Dede 8:45 Les petits bonshommes 9:00 A la bonn'heure 10:30 Une heure avec vous 11:30 Les petits bonshommes 12:20 Midi-Nouvelles 12:30 Diner chaud 1:30 Cine-Quiz "Meutre au Galop" (bw/Murder at the Gallop) 3:15 Services a la communaute 4:00 Monsieur Tranquille 4:30 Les nouveaux Tannants 5:30 Parle parle, jase jase... 6:30 Le 10 vous informe 7:00 La petite maison dans la prairie "L'idylle de M. Edward" (Little House on the Prairie) 8:00 Faut le faire 8:30 Qui dit vrai? 9:00 SWAT 10:00 Auto-patrouille "Camp numero 2" (Adam-12)

10:30 Nouvelles TVA 11:00 Sport 11:05 La couleur de temps 11:15 Les incorruptibles "L'homme a la chambre froide" (Untouchables/bw) 12:15 Cinema "Le secret du Chevalier d'Eon" 2:15 Le 10 vous informe CFCF 12-CTV Montreal 6:00 University of the Air 6:30 Morning Exercises 7:00 Canada AM 9:00 Romper Room (Miss Diane) 9:30 The Community 10:00 Ed Allen 10:30 Joyce Davidson 11:00 Art of Cooking 11:30 Rocket Robin Hood noon Flintstones 12:30 It's Your Move 1:00 Definition 1:30 McGowan & Co. 2:00 Alan Hamel (guests Belinda J. Montgomery, William Shatner, Steve Bluestein, and Fiona Reed) 3:00 Another World 4:00 Gong Show 4:30 Match Game '78 5:00 Price is Right 6:00 Pulse 7:00 Good Times 7:30 Headline Hunters 8:00 TBA 9:00 Charlie's Angels 10:00 TBA 11:00 CTV National News 11:21 Pulse mid. 12 Midnight Movie "Flap" CKTM 13-SRC Trois-Rivieres 8:40 Bonne journee 8:45 Le monde en liberte 9:15 Jinny (I Dream of Jeannie) 9:45 Topino 10:00 La boite a lettres 10:15 Virginie 10:30 Magazine-Express 11:00 Les trouvailles de Clemence 11:30 Au jour le jour noon Le 13 vous informer 12:15 Les petites annonces 12:30 Les Coqueluches 1:30 Le Telejournal 1:35 Femme d'aujourd'hui 2:30 Le temps de vivre 4:00 Bobino 4:30 Le grenier 5:00 Cinema de 5 heures "Collines brulantes" (Burning Hills/bw)

7:00 Le 13 vous informe 7:30 Nanny 8:00 NHL Super Series: Pardubice (Czechoslovakia) v NY Islanders 10:30 Le Telejournal 10:55 Nouvelles du sport 11:05 Cine-Soir "Rose-Marie" CJOH 13-CTV Ottawa (and 8 Cornwall) 6:00 University of the Air 6:30 Art of Cooking 7:00 Canada AM 9:00 Romper Room 9:30 Morning Show 10:30 Definition 11:00 Joyce Davidson 11:30 It's Your Move noon Flintstones 12:30 Cartoon Party 1:00 Medical Center "Gift from a Killer" 2:00 Alan Hamel 3:00 Another World 4:00 I Dream of Jeannie "My Master, the Swinging Bachelor" 4:30 Bewitched "Oedipus Hex" 5:00 Emergency One! "Insanity Epidemic" 6:00 Newsline 7:00 Bob Newhart 7:30 Family Brown Country (guest Dickey Lee; this CJOH-produced series was syndied nationally) 8:00 Switch "30,000 Witnesses" 9:00 CJOH Wednesday Movie "Tarantulas: The Deadly Cargo" 11:00 CTV National News 11:23 Nightline mid. CJOH Holiday Movie "Summertree" CIVM 17-RQ Montreal (and CIVO 30-Hull) 6:30pm Cine-Creation "La princesse orgueilleuse" 8:00 Livraison speciale 10:00 Comment raconter ces choses? WEZF 22-ABC Burlington 6:00 Good Morning Jesus 7:00 Good Morning America 9:00 PTL Club 11:00 Happy Days 11:30 Family Feud noon The Better Sex 12:30 Ryan's Hope 1:00 All My Children 2:00 $20,000 Pyramid 2:30 One Life to Live 3:15 General Hospital 4:00 Edge of Night 4:30 Merv Griffin 6:00 ABC Evening News 6:30 Star Trek 7:30 Green Acres 8:00 That Thing on ABC

9:00 Charlie's Angels 10:00 Baretta 11:00 Green Acres 11:30 Police Story "Collision Course" 12:30 Mystery of the Week WETK 33-PBS Burlington 2:30pm Microbes & Men 3:30 Lilias, Yoga & You 4:00 Children's Programs 6:30 Conversational German 7:00 MacNeil-Lehrer Report 7:30 Vermont Report 8:00 Nova "In the Event of Catastrophe" 9:00 Dance in America (performance by the Paul Taylor Dance Company) 10:00 Whitewater, PA (winter sports in the Keystone State) 10:30 Book Beat 11:00 Dick Cavett Retro: Kentucky Monday, January 5, 1981 From TV Guide, Kentucky Edition: WAVE Ch. 3 Louisville (NBC) 6 AM Today In WAVE Country 7 AM Today (week-long interviews with first-term senators; today it's Jeremiah Denton, Republican from Alabama) 9 AM Texas (delay from 3 PM) 10 AM Las Vegas Gambit 10:30 Blockbusters (Bill Cullen version) 11 AM Wheel Of Fortune 11:30 Password Plus (guests: Bill Cullen, Susan Richardson; Tom Kennedy has replaced Allen Ludden as host) 12 N Midday 12:30 Mike Douglas (co-host Lynn Redgrave, singer Tom Sullivan, Terry Bradshaw, Dom DeLuise) 1:30 Days Of Our Lives 2:30 Another World 3:30 Movie: "The Small Miracle" 5 PM Tom And Jerry 5:30 Gomer Pyle, USMC 6 PM News 7 PM NBC News (John Chancellor) 7:30 Face The Music (Ron Ely) 8 PM Little House On The Prairie 9 PM NBC Movie: "Oh, God!" (George Burns) 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show (a rerun, with Robert Blake, Kenny Rogers, Joan Embery, Monti Rock) 12:30 Tomorrow Coast-To-Coast (Melissa Manchester, Bob Keeshan) 2 AM News

WLWT Ch. 5 Cincinnati (NBC) 5:50 Good Morning 6 AM PTL Club 7 AM Today 9 AM Donahue 10 AM Days Of Our Lives (delay from 1 or 1:30) 11 AM The Doctors (delay from 12:30 PM) 11:30 Midday 12 N Bob Braun (psychic David Hoy offers predictions for the coming year; Chuck Wood (appropriate name) shows how to refinish furniture) 1:30 Card Sharks (delay from noon) 2 PM Another World 3 PM Texas 4 PM Bionic Woman 5 PM Good Times 5:30 Sanford And Son 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News 7 PM Donahue 8 PM Little House On The Prairie 9 PM NBC Movie: "Oh, God!" 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show 12:30 Tomorrow Coast-To-Coast WCPO Ch. 9 Cincinnati (CBS) 5:40 Praying The Rosary 5:55 Farm News 6 AM Sunrise Semester: "The City In American Literature" 6:30 Richard Simmons 7 AM CBS News (Charles Kuralt) 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Uncle Al 10 AM The Jeffersons 10:30 Alice (Vera asks Art Carney to endorse Mel's chili so it can be marketed as Chili con Carney Roll Eyes) 11 AM Price Is Right 12 N Noon Report 1 PM Young And The Restless 2 PM As The World Turns 3 PM Guiding Light 4 PM Toni Tennille (Linda Lavin, Al Jarreau, actor Jed Allan) 5 PM John Davidson (co-host Robert Guillaume; guests: Gallagher, Ted Shackelford, actress Phyllis Davis, Marilyn McCoo and Billy Davis Jr.) 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News (Walter Cronkite in his last couple of months before handing the ball to Dan Rather) 7 PM 7 O'Clock Report 7:30 Joker's Wild 8 PM Flo 8:30 Ladies' Man

9 PM M*A*S*H 9:30 House Calls 10 PM Lou Grant 11 PM News 11:30 Quincy 12:40 New Avengers 1:50 Don Lane (American expatriate who scored with a talk show in Australia; not sure if he was back in New York by this time, but his guests are the Dance Theatre of Harlem) 2:50 This Is The Life 3:20 News WHAS Ch. 11 Louisville (CBS) 6 AM Ed Allen Time 6:30 WHAS News Conference (repeat from Sun 12:30 PM) 7 AM CBS News 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Young And The Restless 10 AM John Davidson (co-host Bobby Goldsboro; guests: Glenn Ford and Fred Rogers) 11 AM Price Is Right 12 N News 12:30 Hour Magazine (David Doyle and his wife Ann discuss a hereditary disease that leads to blindness; white-water rafting in California) 1:30 Search For Tomorrow (delay from 12:30 PM) 2 PM As The World Turns 3 PM Guiding Light 4 PM Bonanza 5 PM Andy Griffith 5:30 M*A*S*H 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Louisville Tonight 7:30 PM Magazine (50-year-old model Kayland Pickford, children who bicycle 140 miles from Colorado to Kansas to see their grandmother) 8 PM Flo 8:30 Ladies' Man 9 PM M*A*S*H 9:30 House Calls 10 PM Lou Grant 11 PM News 11:30 Quincy 12:40 New Avengers 1:50 News WKRC Ch. 12 Cincinnati (ABC) 5:30 Health Field 6 AM Better Way... 6:30 New Zoo Revue 7 AM Good Morning America 9 AM Edge Of Night (delay from 4 PM) 9:30 Family Feud (delay from 12 N)

10 AM Mike Douglas (co-host: Sammy Davis Jr.; Lily Tomlin, Neil and Dara Sedaka) 11 AM Love Boat (passengers: Janis Paige, Monty Hall, Mark Shera, Leslie Nielsen, Lynda Day George, Elaine Joyce) 12 N Extra! (local) 12:30 Ryan's Hope 1 PM All My Children 2 PM One Life To Live 3 PM General Hospital 4 PM Movie: "My Friend Flicka" (from '49, the series debuted in '56) 5:30 News 6:30 ABC World News Tonight 7 PM Tic Tac Dough 7:30 PM Magazine (same as Ch. 11) 8 PM That's Incredible! 9 PM ABC Movie: "SST--Death Flight" 11 PM News 11:30 Movie: "What's New, Pussycat?" WKPC Ch. 15 Louisville (PBS) 7:15 A.M. Weather 7:30 Sesame Street 8:30 Electric Company 9 AM Sesame Street 10 AM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 10:30 Electric Company 11 AM Studio See 11:30 Que Pasa, U.S.A.? 12 N Sesame Street 1 PM Rainbow's End (first of five programs devoted to improving reading skills among deaf children) 1:30 Over Easy (guest: Vincent Price) 2 PM Kup's Show (authors John Simon and Willard Espy, columnist Sydney Harris) 3 PM Julia Child & More Company 3:30 Lilias, Yoga And You 4 PM Sesame Street 5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 5:30 Electric Company 6 PM Studio See 6:30 Over Easy (guest: singer Barbara Cook) 7 PM MacNeil/Lehrer Report 7:30 Dick Cavett (first of four interviews with John Gielgud) 8 PM From Lincoln Center (Beverly Sills' farewell performance as an opera singer, taped Oct. 27, 1980) 10 PM Made In China (about development of trade relations between the U.S. and China) 11 PM Dick Cavett (repeat of 7:30 show) 11:30 Captioned ABC News

WLEX Ch. 18 Lexington (NBC) 6 AM PTL Club 7 AM Today 9 AM Donahue (Lonnie Barbach, author of "Shared Intimacies: Women's Sexual Experiences") 10 AM Days Of Our Lives 11 AM Wheel Of Fortune 11:30 Password Plus 12 N News 12:30 Bob Braun 1:30 The Doctors 2 PM Another World 3 PM Texas 4 PM Batman (Cliff Robertson as car rustler Shame) 4:30 Gilligan's Island 5 PM Beverly Hillbillies 5:30 News 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News 7 PM Let's Make A Deal 7:30 Hollywood Squares (Garrett Morris, Joan Prather, Tom Poston, Kathy and Janet Lennon, Dianne and Peggy Lennon, Foster Brooks, Jack Jones, Kelly Monteith, Paul Lynde) 8 PM Little House On The Prairie 9 PM NBC Movie: "Oh, God!" 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show 12:30 Tomorrow Coast-To-Coast WXIX Ch. 19 Cincinnati (Ind.) 6:15 Perspective 7 AM Romper Room 7:30 Great Space Coaster 8 AM Popeye 8:30 Groovie Goolies 9 AM Tom And Jerry 9:30 Flintstones And Friends (this is confusing: is this "The Flintstones" or "Fred Flintstone And Friends"?) 10 AM Brady Bunch 10:30 Make Room For Daddy 11 AM Merv Griffin (Robert Wagner, Susannah York) 12 N Love, American Style (x2) 1 PM Movie: "Man In The Middle" 3 PM Woody Woodpecker 3:30 Spiderman 4 PM Tom And Jerry 4:30 Gilligan's Island 5 PM Sha Na Na 5:30 Welcome Back, Kotter 6 PM Happy Days Again 6:30 Carol Burnett And Friends

7 PM M*A*S*H 7:30 Bearcat Profile (the University of Cincinnati's basketball team) 8 PM College Basketball: Florida State-Cincinnati 10 PM Gunsmoke (time approximate) 11 PM M*A*S*H 11:30 Rockford Files 12:30 Mission: Impossible WKYT Ch. 27 Lexington (CBS) 6 AM Town And Country 7 AM CBS News 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM John Davidson (co-host Gil Gerard and his mother Gladys; Elke Sommer, actress Gina Hecht, Maureen McGovern) 10 AM The Jeffersons 10:30 Alice 11 AM Price Is Right 12 N Prisoner: Cell Block H 12;30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM Young And The Restless 2 PM As The World Turns 3 PM Guiding Light 4 PM Hour Magazine (Susan Richardson of "Eight Is Enough"; reasons for teen-age alcoholism) 5 PM Andy Griffith 5:30 News 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News 7 PM PM Magazine (same as Ch. 11) 7:30 M*A*S*H 8 PM Flo 8:30 Ladies' Man 9 PM M*A*S*H 9:30 House Calls 10 PM Lou Grant 11 PM News 11:30 Quincy 12:40 New Avengers WLKY 32 Alive Louisville (ABC) 6:30 Romper Room 7 AM Good Morning America 9 AM Donahue (Gene Siskel and Roger Ebert discuss movies that feature violence against women) 10 AM To Tell The Truth (Robin Ward) 10:30 Edge Of Night 11 AM Love Boat 12 N Family Feud 12:30 Ryan's Hope 1 PM All My Children 2 PM One Life To Live 3 PM General Hospital

4 PM Wonder Woman 5 PM World Of People (a ready-to-wear fashion show in Paris, Chinese acrobats perform) 5:30 News 6 PM ABC News 6:30 Tic Tac Dough 7 PM Joker's Wild 7:30 Family Feud 8 PM That's Incredible! 9 PM ABC Movie: "SST--Death Flight" 11 PM News 11:30 You Bet Your Life (Buddy Hackett) 12 M Nightline (expands to 30 minutes tonight, delay from 11:30) 12:30 Fantasy Island (delay from 12 M) WTVQ Ch. 36 Lexington (ABC) 5:30 700 Club 7 AM Good Morning America 9 AM General Hospital 10 AM Ironside 11 AM Love Boat 12 N Family Feud 12:30 Ryan's Hope 1 PM All My Children 2 PM One Life To Live 3 PM Mary Tyler Moore 3:30 Tom And Jerry And Friends 4:25 News For Young People 4:30 Good Times 5 PM Happy Days Again 5:30 News 6:30 ABC News 7 PM All In The Family 7:30 Face The Music 8 PM That's Incredible! 9 PM ABC Movie: "SST--Death Flight" 11 PM News 11:30 Nightline 12 M Fantasy Island (guest: Maureen McCormick) WDRB Ch. 41 Louisville (Ind.) 6:45 News 7 AM Great Space Coaster 7:30 New Zoo Revue 8 AM PTL Club 10 AM 700 Club 11:30 Life In The Spirit 12 N News/Introspect 12:30 Health Field 1 PM Richard Simmons 1:30 Your New Day (Vidal Sassoon's guest is Regis Philbin) 2 PM Bob Braun

3 PM Bullwinkle 3:30 Woody Woodpecker And Friends 4 PM Popeye 4:30 Gilligan's Island 5 PM Little Rascals 5:30 I Love Lucy (Lucy and Ethel in the candy factory) 6 PM Good Times 6:30 Sanford And Son 7 PM Odd Couple (one of my favorites--Oscar, Nancy, and Felix make an odd triple on a Caribbean vacation) 7:30 Holocaust Now Part II: how International Christian Aid helps refugees from Thailand, Cambodia, and Afghanistan 8:30 College Basketball: Louisville-Tulane 10:30 INN News (time approximate) 11 PM Twilight Zone (Jack Klugman as a trumpet player who turns from blues to booze) 11:30 Prisoner: Cell Block H 12 M Movie: "Bigger Than Life" KET Kentucky Educational Television (WKZT/23 Elizabethtown, WKSO/29 Somerset, WKMR/38 Morehead, WKLE/46 Lexington, WKON/52 Owenton, WCVN/54 Covington, WKMJ/68 Louisville) 8:15 A.M. Weather 8:30 In-school programs 3:30 Over Easy (guest: Vincent Price) 4 PM Sesame Street 5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 5:30 Electric Company 6 PM Studio See 6:30 Lap Quilting 7 PM MacNeil/Lehrer Report 7:30 Kentucky Journal 8 PM Dick Cavett (guest: art critic Robert Hughes) 8:30 Bywords (Louisville sports editor Billy Reed interviews racing columnists Mike Barry and Jim Bolus--doesn't say if this is auto or horse racing) 9 PM From Lincoln Center (see 8 PM Ch. 15) sign off 11 PM Retro; New York City, Monday, January 3, 1949 Channels/stations 2-WCBS-TV (CBS) 4-WNBT (NBC, now WNBC) 5-WABD (DuMont, now WNYW-Fox) 7-WJZ-TV (ABC, now WABC-TV) 11-WPIX (Ind, now CW) 13-WATV (Ind, now WNET-PBS) MORNING

7:00 5-News, Weather 7:15 5-Health Talk, Weather 7:45 5-Your School Reporter 8:00 5-News, Time, Weather 8:30 5-The Baby Sitter with Pat Meikle (children) 9:00 5-Morning Chapel 9:30 5-Amanda (songs); news, weather 10:00 5-Television Shopper 13-Test Pattern (to 5 PM) 10:30 5-Friendship Circle 11:00 5-Stan Shaw AFTERNOON 12:00 5-News, Weather 11-Live Coverage, Opening of Congress, from Washington 12:30 2-Program Preview; News, Music, Weather 4-Live Coverage, Opening of Congress, from Washington 5-Ted Steele (talk, variety) 12:35 7-Live Coverage, Opening of Congress, from Washington 12:45 2-Film Shorts 5-Weather, time 1:00 2-Vanity Fair with Dorothy Doan (talk) 5-Okay, Mother with Dennis James 1:30 5-News, including women's news 2:45 5-Phil Hanna's Spare Room 3:00 5-The Needle Shop (instruction) 3:15 5-Vincent Lopez Show (music) 3:30 5-Time, Weather, 3:45 5-Women's Club 4:00 5-And Everything Nice 4:15 5-News. Weather, Time; Fassler 4:30 5-Wendy Barrie Show

5:00 5-Time, Weather 11-Comics on Parade 5:15 5-Society Page 11-News; Pixie Playtime (children) 5:30 4-Howdy Doody with Buffalo Bob Smith (children) 5-Time, Weather 5:45 5-Children's Music EVENING 6:00 4-Easy Does It (variety) 5-Small Fry Club with Bob Emery (children) 11-News; Six Gun Playhouse 6:15 2-Program Preview; Weather 6:30 2-Lucky Pup with Doris Brown (children) 4-Film 5-Russ Hodges, sports 6:45 2-Bob Howard Show (music, variety) 5-Film Shorts 7:00 2-Film Shorts 4-The Monahans (Situation comedy) 5-Doorway to Fame 11-News, Record Rendezvous 7:15 2-Film Shorts 7-The Fitzgeralds (talk, interview) 7:30 2-CBS News with Douglas Edwards 4-American Songs 5-Camera Headlines (newsreel) 7-News and Views. with Walter Kiernan 11-Newsreel 7:40 11-Film Shorts 7:45 2-Make Mine Music (variety) 5-Adrienne, songs 7:50 4-Newsreel, with John Cameron Swayze 8:00 2-Prize Party with Bill Slater (game) 4-Tele-Theater (drama); The Mayor, with Guy Kibbee and Glenda Farrell 5-Court of Current Issues; What The People Want From Congress; Jack Slater, Herbert W. Voorhees, Mrs. Charles Hemming, panelists 7-On Trial; Should The House Un-American Activities Committee Be Abolished? 11-Jazz Concert; John Garfied, Nanette Fabray 8:30

2-Arthur Godfrey's Talent Scouts 4-The Nature of Things (science); Dr. Roy Marshall 7-Film Shorts 11-Film; The Housekeeper's Daughter (drama, 1939); Joan Bennett, Adolphe Menjou 8:45 4-Travel Film 9:00 2-Film; Girls' Town (drama, 1942); June Storey, Edith Fellows 4-Play; "Fancy Meeting You Here"; Mary Wickes, Eve Condon 5-News 9:30 4-Americana with Ben Grauer (quiz) 9:50 11-Newsreel 10:00 4-News; Who Said That (quiz) with Walter Kiernan 10:15 2-Newsreel Retro: Kentucky Saturday, January 3, 1981 From TV Guide, Kentucky Edition: WAVE Ch. 3 Louisville (NBC) 6:30 Farming With Jack Crowner 7 AM Kentucky Afield 7:30 Blue Apple Clubhouse 8 AM Godzilla/Hong Kong Phooey Hour 9 AM Flintstones Comedy Show 10:30 Daffy Duck 11 AM Batman And The Super 7 12 N Wrestling 1 PM America's Top 10 1:30 Star Trek (animated) 2 PM Nashville On The Road (guests: Bill Anderson, Jim Ed Brown) 2:30 Pop Goes The Country (guest: B.J. Thomas; host: Tom T. Hall) 3 PM Backstage At The Grand Ole Opry (guests: Roy Clark and Connie Smith) 3:30 NFL '80 4 PM AFC Playoff: Bills-Chargers (San Diego won, 20-14) 7 PM Dance Fever (time approximate, the Temptations perform; judges are Rip Taylor, skater Linda Fratianne, Lyle Waggoner) 7:30 Emphasis (local) 8 PM Barbara Mandrell (guests: Bob Hope and Marty Robbins) 9 PM NBC Movie: "Burnt Offerings" 11 PM News 11:30 Saturday Night Live (no information given) 1 AM Don Kirshner's Rock Concert (Bob Marley and the Wailers, the Little River Band, comic George Miller, comedy group the Village Idiots)

2:30 Movie: "Two For The Money" (nothing to do with the game show, but a made-for-TV cop flick from '71) WLWT Ch. 5 Cincinnati (NBC) 7 AM U.S. Farm Report 7:30 Hot Fudge 8 AM Godzilla/Hong Kong Phooey Hour 9 AM Flintstones Comedy Show 10:30 Daffy Duck 11 AM Batman And The Super 7 12 N Wrestling (no, this is not on NBC--Chs. 3, 5, and 18 all offered a wrestling show at this time) 1 PM Star Trek (the original) 2 PM Movie: "Operation CIA" 3:30 NFL '80 4 PM AFC Playoff: Bills-Chargers 7 PM Lawrence Welk (time approximate) 8 PM Barbara Mandrell 9 PM NBC Movie: "Burnt Offerings" 11 PM News 11:30 Saturday Night Live 1 AM Big City Comedy Show 1:30 Second City Television 2 AM Don Kirshner's Rock Concert (Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, Chic, David Johansen, the Village People, REO Speedwagon, and "comic Jay Leno"-shows his status in the business at the time) WCPO Ch. 9 Cincinnati (CBS) 5:55 Farm News 6 AM Sunrise Semester: "Modern Israel" 6:30 Call The Doctor 7:30 Roy Rogers 8 AM Mighty Mouse/Heckle And Jeckle 8:30 Tom And Jerry Comedy Show 9 AM Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Show 10:30 All New Popeye Hour 11:30 Drak Pack 12 N The NFL Today 12:30 NFC Playoff: Vikings-Eagles (Eagles won, 31-16) 3:30 Movie: "When Every Day Was The Fourth Of July" (time approximate) 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News (Bob Schieffer) 7 PM Soup Man (a member of a gang that terrorizes the elderly quits after one of his victims helps him discover his self-worth) 7:30 To Tell The Truth (Robin Ward) 8 PM WKRP In Cincinnati 8:30 Tim Conway 9 PM Secrets Of Midland Heights 10 PM CBS Reports (Ed Bradley looks at life in the U.S. Embassy in Thailand) 11 PM News

11:30 Movie: "Enter Laughing" 1:30 Here And Now 2 AM News WHAS Ch. 11 Louisville (CBS) 7 AM Louisville Tonight (repeat of Friday's show) 7:30 Brady Bunch 8 AM Mighty Mouse/Heckle And Jeckle 8:30 Tom And Jerry Comedy Show 9 AM Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Show 10:30 All New Popeye Hour 11:30 Flintstones 12 N NFL Today 12:30 NFC Playoff: Vikings-Eagles 3:30 Beverly Hillbillies (time approximate) 4 PM Flintstones 4:30 Bugs Bunny & Friends 5 PM Muppet Show (guest: Paul Simon) 5:30 Pink Panther 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News 7 PM College Basketball: Louisville at Kansas State 9 PM Secrets Of Midland Heights (time approximate) 10 PM CBS Reports 11 PM News 11:30 Tribute To Chet Atkins (with Roy Acuff, Foster Brooks, Charlie Daniels, Jimmy Dean, and the Statler Brothers) 1:30 News WKRC Ch. 12 Cincinnati (ABC) 6:30 Kids Are People Too (guests: Jodie Foster, Rupert Holmes, actor Matt Dillon, deaf actress Julianne Gold--delay from Sun 10:30 AM) 7:30 Animals, Animals, Animals (naturalist Jud Vandevere studies sea otters in Southern California, delay from Sun 11:30 AM) 8 AM Superfriends 9 AM Fonz And The Happy Days Gang 9:30 Richie Rich/Scooby And Scrappy Doo 10:30 Thundarr The Barbarian 11 AM Heathcliff And Dingbat 11:30 Plastic Man/Baby Plas Comedy Show 12 N TBA 6:30 Too Close For Comfort (delay from Tue 9:30, a one-shot delay) 7 PM Hee Haw (Merle Haggard, Slim Pickens, John Conlee--a country singer who spells his last name differently from a certain Texas politician) 8 PM Breaking Away (Shaun Cassidy) 9 PM Love Boat (passengers: Lew Ayers, Janet Gaynor (whose career goes back at least to the '20s), Jessica Walter, Alex Cord, Sal Viscuso) 10 PM Fantasy Island (guests: Bobby Sherman, Eva Gabor)

11 PM News 11:30 Movie: "Little Murders" 1:45 Movie: "The Gambler From Natchez" 3:20 Movie: "The Lawless Breed" WKPC Ch. 15 Louisville (PBS) 12 N Sesame Street 1 PM Movie: "Sagebrush Trail" (John Wayne, from '33) 2 PM Matinee At The Bijou ("Gung Ho!" from '43, Chapter 2 of "Don Winslow Of The Navy" from '42) 3:30 Word On Words 4 PM All About TV 4:30 Tomorrow's Families (Greg Morris looks at newborn care) 5 PM History Of Space Travel 5:30 Crockett's Victory Garden 6 PM Extensions 6:30 This Old House 7 PM Superstar Profile (Gregory Peck) 7:30 Sneak Previews (Neil Diamond's version of "The Jazz Singer," "Resurrection" with Ellen Burstyn, "Seems Like Old Times" with Goldie Hawn and Chevy Chase) 8 PM Movie: "Wicked As They Come" 10 PM Soundstage (Journey performs) 11 PM Movie: "That Night In Rio" WLEX Ch. 18 Lexington (NBC) 6:30 Ag-USA 7 AM U.S. Farm Report 7:30 Superman (George Reeves) 8 AM Godzilla/Hong Kong Phooey Hour 9 AM Flintstones Comedy Show 10:30 Daffy Duck 11 AM Cliffwood Avenue Kids 11:30 Center Circle 12 N Wrestling 1 PM Leisure 1:30 L'Chaim--To Life (the history of Eastern European Jews from the 1880s to the founding of Israel in 1948) 3 PM Sanford And Son 3:30 NFL '80 4 PM AFC Playoff: Bills-Chargers 7 PM Lawrence Welk (time approximate) 8 PM Barbara Mandrell 9 PM NBC Movie: "Burnt Offerings" 11 PM News 11:30 Saturday Night Live 1 AM Sha Na Na WXIX Ch. 19 Cincinnati (Ind.) 6:15 Perspective 7 AM Woody Woodpecker 7:30 Bugs And Porky

8 AM Popeye 8:30 Superman (George Reeves) 9 AM Tarzan (Ron Ely) 10 AM Movie: "Abbott And Costello Meet Frankenstein" 11:30 Movie: "Flying Deuces" (Laurel and Hardy) 1 PM Movie: "Grand Prix" (James Garner) 4 PM Movie: "Flying Tigers" (John Wayne) 6 PM Happy Days Again 6:30 M*A*S*H 7 PM Sha Na Na (guest: Scatman Crothers) 7:30 Sha Na Na (guests: Danny and the Juniors, doing "At The Hop") 8 PM Backstage At The Grand Ole Opry (host Bill Anderson, guests T.G. Sheppard and Jimmy C. Newman) 8:30 Pop Goes The Country (host Tom T. Hall welcomes Johnny Rodriguez) 9 PM Porter Wagoner (guest: Mack Magaha) 9:30 Nashville Swing 10 PM Nashville On The Road (Bill Anderson, Jim Ed Brown) 10:30 That Nashville Music (Con Hunley, Alabama, Buddy Spicher) 11 PM M*A*S*H 11:30 All In The Family 12 M What's Happening America? (magazine show with Shana Alexander; stories include a profile of President Reagan's brother Neal, religion and marijuana in Jamaica, Allenwood Prison--minimum-security prison for executives) 1 AM Mission: Impossible WKYT Ch. 27 Lexington (CBS) 7 AM Movie: "Oklahoma Renegades" (watch for the Cisco Kid, Duncan Renaldo, in this one from '40) 8 AM Mighty Mouse/Heckle And Jeckle 8:30 Tom And Jerry Comedy Show 9 AM Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Show 10:30 All-New Popeye Hour 11:30 Drak Pack 12 N TBA 1:30 Tobacco Talk 2 PM SEC Basketball: Georgia-Kentucky (UK will open the 2011 conference play with UGA) 4 PM SEC Basketball: Tennessee-Alabama (time approximate) 6 PM News (time approximate) 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Hee Haw 8 PM WKRP In Cincinnati 8:30 Tim Conway 9 PM Secrets Of Midland Heights 10 PM CBS Reports 11 PM News 11:30 Movie: "Jeremiah Johnson" WLKY 32 Alive Louisville (ABC)

7 AM Big Blue Marble 7:30 Kidsworld 8 AM Superfriends 9 AM Fonz And The Happy Days Gang 9:30 Richie Rich/Scooby And Scrappy-Doo 10:30 Thundarr The Barbarian 11 AM Heathcliff And Dingbat 11:30 Plastic Man/Baby Plas Comedy Show 12 N ABC Weekend Special: "Arthur The Kid" 12:30 American Bandstand (guests: Johnny Rivers and Tierra) 1:30 Movie: "The Chinese Ring" (Charlie Chan) 2:35 Movie: "Sky Dragon" (more Charlie Chan) 3:40 Movie: "The Feathered Serpent" (and more Charlie Chan) 4:45 Movie: "Shadows Over Chinatown" (need I repeat myself?) 5:50 Movie: "Dark Alibi" (ditto) 7 PM Tales Of The Unexpected 7:30 Medical Line 8 PM Breaking Away 9 PM Love Boat 10 PM Fantasy Island 11 PM News 11:30 Movie: "There's A Girl In My Soup" 1:15 Movie: "On Any Sunday" (1971 documentary about motorcycling, produced by Steve McQueen and Bruce Brown ("The Endless Summer")) 2:45 ABC News (anchor not given) WTVQ Ch. 36 Lexington (ABC) 7:30 Tom And Jerry And Friends 8 AM Superfriends 9 AM Fonz And The Happy Days Gang 9:30 Richie Rich/Scooby And Scrappy-Doo 10:30 Thundarr The Barbarian 11 AM Heathcliff And Dingbat 11:30 Plastic Man/Baby Plas Comedy Show 12 N ABC Weekend Special 12:30 American Bandstand 1:30 Wrestling 2:30 Movie: "Paint Your Wagon" 5:30 With Arms Of Love (what's being done to fight hunger and poverty in Africa and Asia) 6:30 Monte Carlo Show (guests: Liberace and Marco Valenti; host is Patrick Wayne, John's son and later host of the failed '90s revival of "Tic Tac Dough") 7:30 Dance Fever (championship round; judges are Eva Gabor, Gower Champion, and David Hodo) 8 PM Breaking Away 9 PM Love Boat 10 PM Fantasy Island 11 PM News 11:15 ABC News 11:30 Movie: "My Little Chickadee" (one of the great comedies, with Mae West and W.C. Fields)

WDRB Ch. 41 Louisville (Ind.) 7:30 New Shapes: Education 8 AM Space Kidettes 8:30 PTL Club 10:30 NFL Review And Preview 11:30 Wrestling 12:30 Jack Johnson: Black Power In The Ring (story of the first African-American heavyweight champ) 1:30 Sha Na Na (guest: Scatman Crothers) 2 PM SEC Basketball: Georgia-Kentucky 4 PM SEC Basketball: Tennessee-Alabama (time approximate) 6 PM Solid Gold (co-host Neil Sedaka, time approximate) 7 PM Kung Fu 8 PM Lawrence Welk 9 PM That Nashville Music (Johnny Russell, Susie Allanson, Freddie Hart, Buddy Spicher) 9:30 Wild Kingdom 10 PM INN News 10:30 In Search Of... (the truth about the Salem witchcraft trials) 11 PM 700 Club 12:30 Ross Bagley (gospel music) KET Kentucky Educational Television (WKZT/23 Elizabethtown, WKSO/29 Somerset, WKMR/38 Morehead, WKLE/46 Lexington, WKON/52 Owenton, WCVN/54 Covington, WKMJ/68 Louisville) 5 PM Matinee At The Bijou (same as Ch. 15) 6:30 Run That By Me Again (sports show) 7 PM Soundstage (same as Ch. 15) 8 PM Land Where The Blues Began (musicians from the Mississippi Delta recall how the blues began: in the fields, from anger, or lost loves) 9 PM America (Alistair Cooke looks at immigration at the turn of the 20th century in "The Huddled Masses") 10 PM Bogart (biography of you-know-who) 11 PM To Norway: Home Of The Giants (John Cleese in a satire of travelogues) Retro: Atlanta/Chattanooga/Macon Saturday, December 30, 1972 From TV Guide, Georgia (Atlanta) Edition: WSB Ch. 2 Atlanta (NBC) 7 AM Talking With A Giant (guest: David Frost, delay from 12:30) 7:30 Popeye 9 AM Jetsons 9:30 Pink Panther 10 AM Underdog 10:30 The Barkleys

11 AM Sealab 2020 11:30 Runaround 12 N Call Of The West (selected "Death Valley Days" reruns) 12:30 Community Dialogue 1 PM Tarzan 2 PM Movie: "Island Of The Blue Dolphins" 4 PM Then Came Bronson 5 PM High Chaparral 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News (Garrick Utley) 7 PM Hee Haw (Ray Stevens, Arlene Harden, Dizzy Dean-who does (what else?) "Wabash Cannonball") 8 PM NHL Hockey: Atlanta Flames-Montreal Canadiens 10:30 Lester Maddox, U.S.A. (time approximate, guests are ventriloquist act Geraldine and Ricky, singer Nick Zane, the Lester Maddox All Americans, the Marietta Chorale, the John Head orchestra, and a "Life With Lester" segment) 11 PM News 11:30 Movie: "The Court Jester" (Danny Kaye) 1:30 News 1:35 Movie: "The Restless Years" (no, this is not some prelude to "The Young And The Restless") WRCB Ch. 3 Chattanooga (NBC) 8 AM Houndcats 8:30 Roman Holidays 9 AM Jetsons 9:30 Pink Panther 10 AM Underdog 10:30 The Barkleys 11 AM Sealab 2020 11:30 Runaround 12 N Around The World In 80 Days 12:30 Talking With A Giant (guest: Dr. Margaret Mead) 1 PM Countdown To Destiny 1:30 Bill Anderson (guest: Ferlin Husky) 2 PM Wilburn Brothers (Justin Tubb (Ernest Tubb's son) and the Cates Sisters) 2:30 Porter Wagoner (guests: the Bald Knobbers) 3 PM This Week In Pro Football 4 PM East-West Shrine Game 7 PM Hee Haw (time approximate) 8 PM Orange Bowl Parade (Joe Garagiola and Anita Bryant host from Miami) 9 PM NBC Movie: "The Mouse On The Moon" 11 PM Movie: "Viking Women And The Sea Serpent" 12:15 Movie: "War Of The Colossal Beast" WAGA Ch. 5 Atlanta (CBS) 6:15 Video College 6:45 Box 5 RFD 7:15 Metro Forestry 7:30 4-H Club

8 PM Bugs Bunny 8:30 Sabrina, The Teenage Witch 9 AM Amazing Chan And The Chan Clan 9:30 New Scooby Doo Movies: an animated Don Knotts in "Guess Who's Knott Coming To Dinner"--he's a detective investigating strange goings-on 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 Sun Bowl: North Carolina-Texas Tech 4 PM This Week In Pro Football (time approximate) 5 PM I Spy 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News (Roger Mudd) 7 PM UFO 8 PM All In The Family 8:30 Bridget Loves Bernie 9 PM Mary Tyler Moore 9:30 Bob Newhart (this one's interesting--Bob has to calm a group of travelers terrified of planes; in real life he's afraid to fly) 10 PM Carol Burnett (Steve Lawrence joins Carol and Harvey in a spoof of Humphrey Bogart's "The Petrified Forest"; also Paul Sand, who in 1974 would have a short-lived sitcom, "Paul Sand In Friends And Lovers".) 11 PM News 11:30 Movie: "Gypsy" 2:10 Movie: "Sanctuary" WGTV Ch. 8 Athens/Atlanta (PBS) 7 PM Masterpiece Theatre: "The Moonstone" (Part 3) 8 PM Men In Crisis (Nikita Khrushchev vs. Imre Nagy in the short-lived Hungarian revolt of 1956) 8:30 Science In Action 9 PM Country Hayride (guest: Peggy Little) 10 PM Movie: "The Hunchback Of Notre Dame" (Lon Chaney in this silent version from 1922) 12:30 Playhouse New York ("A Nice Place To Visit" satirizes a trip to New York; "Present Tense" dramatizes tensions within a professor's family) WTVC Ch. 9 Chattanooga (ABC) 6:30 Science In Action 7 AM Bullwinkle (delay from Sun 11 AM) 7:30 Make A Wish (delay from Sun 11:30 AM) 8 AM H.R. Pufnstuf 8:30 Jackson Five 9 AM The Osmonds 9:30 ABC Saturday Superstar Movie: "Oliver Twist And The Artful Dodger" (conclusion) 10:30 Brady Kids 11 AM Bewitched 11:30 Kid Power

12 N Singing Convention 1 PM Know Your Bible 1:30 American Bandstand (guest: Rick Springfield) 2 PM Movie: TBA 4 PM Gator Bowl: Colorado-Auburn 7 PM High Chaparral (time approximate) 8 PM The Year The Walls Came Down (ABC News correspondents review the year, particularly overseas: the winding down of the Vietnam war, the SALT talks and nuclear disarmament, China's emerging foreign policy) 9 PM Streets Of San Francisco 10 PM The Sixth Sense (last show of the series) 11 PM Movie: "The Lady And The Monster" 12:30 ABC News (Sam Donaldson) WQXI (WXIA) Ch. 11 Atlanta (ABC) 6:30 Adventures In Living 7 AM Romper Room 7:30 Funky Phantom (delay from 12 N) 8 AM H.R. Pufnstuf 8:30 Jackson Five 9 AM The Osmonds 9:30 ABC Saturday Superstar Movie 10:30 Brady Kids 11 AM Bewitched 11:30 Kid Power 12 N News 12:30 Lidsville 1 PM Monkees 1:30 American Bandstand 2 PM Movie: "War Of The Wildcats" (John Wayne) 4 PM Gator Bowl 7 PM News (time approximate) 7:30 This Is Your Life (Chad Everett is surprised by his wife, actress Shelby Grant; producer William Orr; and actress Ursula Theiss) 8 PM The Year The Walls Came Down 9 PM Streets Of San Francisco 10 PM The Sixth Sense 11 PM News 11:30 ABC News 11:45 Movie: "Laura" (Gene Tierney, from '46--forget the disastrous 1968 made-for-TV remake with Lee Radziwill, Jackie Onassis' sister) 1:30 Movie: "Godzilla vs. The Thing" 3 AM News WDEF Ch. 12 Chattanooga (CBS) 7:30 Uncle Hank 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 Soul Train (Tyrone Davis, Lynn Collins, special guest Elgin Baylor) 1 PM Sun Bowl: North Carolina-Texas Tech 4 PM NFL Game Of The Week (time approximate) 4:30 Untamed World 5 PM Wrestling (from the studio) 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Lassie 7:30 Astro-Bluebonnet Bowl: Tennessee-LSU 11 PM News 11:30 Movie: "The Mudlark" WMAZ Ch. 13 Macon (CBS/ABC) 7 AM Navy Film 7:30 Georgia TV Monitor 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 Sun Bowl: North Carolina-Texas Tech 4 PM Movie: "The Americano" (time approximate) 6 PM Porter Wagoner 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Lawrence Welk (he did his New Year's Eve show as a special, late Sunday night, that year--it aired at 10:30 on Ch. 13, 11:30 on Ch. 2, and 12 M on Ch. 9) 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 11:20 Movie: "Wilson" (an overlooked gem of a biography of Woodrow Wilson, from '44) WDCO Ch. 15 (WMUM Ch. 29) Cochran/ WCLP (WNGH) Ch. 18 Chatsworth (PBS) 8:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 9 AM Sesame Street 10 AM Electric Company 10:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 11 AM Sesame Street 12 N Electric Company 12:30 Sesame Street 1:30 Electric Company 2 PM Zoom 2:30 Electric Company

3 PM off the air 5 PM Tennis: Sunshine Cup Between Nations, an event for teens known as the "Junior Davis Cup" 7:30 Speaking Freely (lawyer-author Henry Caudill talks about conditions in Appalachia--his '60s book "Night Comes To The Cumberlands" may have influenced LBJ and Lady Bird to make Appalachia a cause) 8:30 Playhouse New York 10 PM Sleeping Beauty (Rudolf Nureyev stars as Prince Florimund) WTCG (WPCH) Ch. 17 Atlanta (Ind.) 7 AM Popeye 7:30 Cartoon Carnival 8 AM Spiderman 8:30 Ultraman 9 AM Little Rascals 9:30 Speed Racer 10 AM Batman 10:30 Flintstones 11 AM Roller Game 1 PM Sea Hunt 1:30 NFL Highlights 2 PM Georgia Championship Wrestling 3 PM All South Wrestling 4 PM East-West Shrine Game 7 PM Pro Skiing: The Lange Cup (time approximate) 7:30 Astro-Bluebonnet Bowl: Tennessee-LSU 11 PM One Step Beyond 11:30 Harper, Etc. (talk show with Atlanta radio personality Skinny Bobby Harper) 1 AM Movie: "From Hell It Came" WETV (WPBA) Ch. 30 Atlanta (PBS) off air on Saturday WCWB (WMGT) Ch. 41 Macon (NBC) 8 AM Houndcats 8:30 Roman Holidays 9 AM Jetsons 9:30 Pink Panther 10 AM Underdog 10:30 The Barkleys 11 AM Sealab 2020 11:30 Runaround 12 N Around The World In 80 Days 12:30 Talking With A Giant 1 PM Wrestling (from the studio) 2 PM Roller Derby 3 PM Movie: "Freud" 4:30 Rollin' (Kenny Rogers and the First Edition in concert)

5 PM That Good Ole Nashville Music (Porter Wagoner, Dolly Parton, Ray Pillow) 5:30 Bill Anderson (Jacky Ward, Leona Williams) 6 PM Arthur Smith 6:30 NBC News 7 PM Hee Haw 8 PM Movie: "Return From The Past" 9:30 Movie: "Subterfuge" (Gene Barry and Joan Collins star) 11 PM Western Star Theater (more selected "Death Valley Days" reruns) WTCI Ch. 45 Chattanooga (PBS) off air on Saturday WHAE (WGCL) Ch. 46 Atlanta (Ind.) 3:30 Time For Timothy 4 PM Fury 4:30 Earth Lab (Chet Huntley discusses broadcast and print journalism) 5:30 My Friend Flicka 6 PM Championship Bowling 7 PM Hunting And Fishing 7:30 The Monroes 8:30 Of Lands And Seas 9:30 The Lesson 10 PM 700 Club (to 12) WRIP (WDSI) Ch. 61 Chattanooga (Ind.) 11 AM Cartoon Carnival 12 N Movie: "Pride Of The Marines" (John Garfield plays Al Schmid, a Marine almost totally blinded by a Japanese grenade at Guadalcanal) 1:35 Movie: "Public Enemy" (Jimmy Cagney became a star in this '31 classic) 3:15 Cartoon Carnival 4 PM Wrestling (doesn't say where from) 5 PM Modern TV Playhouse 5:30 Rollin' 6 PM Movie: "One Foot In Heaven" 8 PM Movie: "Pride Of The Marines" 10 PM Movie: "Public Enemy" 11:30 Movie: "Oil For The Lamps Of China" Retro: Central Florida Saturday, December 30, 1967 From TV Guide, Central Florida Edition: WESH Ch. 2 Daytona Beach/Orlando (NBC) 7 AM Across The Fence 7:30 Biography (Mike Wallace narrates the story of Field Marshal Erwin Rommel.) 8 AM Saturday--Today (this is not the NBC

Saturday version of the "Today" show which airs today) 9 AM Super 6 9:30 Super President 10 AM Flintstones 10:30 Samson & Goliath 11 AM Birdman And The Galaxy Trio 11:30 Atom Ant/Secret Squirrel 12 N Top Cat 12:30 Cool McCool 1 PM AFL Playoff (Jets-Oilers for the AFL East title; Jets won) 4 PM Flatt And Scruggs (time approximate) 4:30 East-West Shrine Game (one of the standouts was Larry Csonka, offensive back at Syracuse, who would be on the Miami Dolphins' 1972 team that went undefeated and untied) 7:30 King Orange Jamboree Parade (Raymond Burr and Anita Bryant host, from Miami, time approximate) 8:30 Get Smart 9 PM NBC Movie: "Something Wild" 11:15 News, Weather, Sports (still in black and white; Ch. 2 was the only commercial network affiliate in this edition of TV Guide still unable to air local programs in color) 11:45 Great Moments In Music (early infomercial) 12 M Movie: "The Fighting Kentuckian" WEDU Ch. 3 Tampa (NET) 6:30 New Orleans Jazz (how it was born in the early 1900s) 7 PM World Of Books (MacKinlay Kantor's "Story Teller") 7:30 Young Musicians (pianist Althea Robinson plays Schumann's Fantasy in C Major) 8 PM NET Journal (the experiment of bringing together a group of college students of different faiths and races for a week, then finding out that a lot more prejudice exists than previously thought) 9 PM NET Playhouse ("Yes Is For A Very Young Man"--a French family under the Nazi occupation is torn between loyalty to country and a desire for personal revenge) sign off 11 PM WDBO (WKMG) Ch. 6 Orlando (CBS) 6:25 News, Weather 6:30 Sunrise Semester: "Russian Literature" 7 AM Grower's Almanac 7:30 Tom And Jerry (delay from Sun 9 AM) 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 Blue-Gray Game 4:15 NHL Hockey (Flyers-Kings, time approximate) 7 PM Central Florida Showcase (time approximate) 7:30 Jackie Gleason (guests: Milton Berle, Louis Armstrong, Kate Smith, Frank Fontaine, trumpeter Bert Kaempfert and his orchestra) 8:30 My Three Sons 9 PM Hogan's Heroes 9:30 Petticoat Junction 10 PM Mannix 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:15 Movie: "Paranoiac" WFLA Ch. 8 Tampa (NBC) 6:30 RFD Florida 7 AM Movie: "Musketeers Of The Sea" 8:30 Little Rascals 9 AM Super 6 9:30 Super President 10 AM Flintstones 10:30 Samson & Goliath 11 AM Birdman And The Galaxy Trio 11:30 Atom Ant/Secret Squirrel 12 N Top Cat 12:30 Florida Gardenland 1 PM AFL Playoff (Jets-Oilers) 4 PM Hi-Time (time approximate) 4:30 East-West Shrine Game 7:30 King Orange Jamboree Parade (time approximate) 8:30 Get Smart 9 PM NBC Movie: "Something Wild" 11:15 News, Weather, Sports 11:40 Movie: "The Rise And Fall Of 'Legs' Diamond" WFTV Ch. 9 Orlando (ABC) 7:25 News 7:30 Agriculture Time 8 AM Movie: "Molemen Against The Sun Of Hercules" (Part 1) 9 AM Movie: "Jungle Jim" (Johnny Weissmuller) 10 AM Robin Hood 10:30 My Friend Flicka 11 AM King Kong 11:30 George Of The Jungle 12 N Beatles 12:30 American Bandstand (the Rose Garden sing "Next Plane To London"; on film, the Who sing "I Can See For Miles"--Ch. 9 carries only the first 30 minutes) 1 PM Championship Wrestling From Florida 2 PM Golf Review: major USGA events of the year 2:15 Gator Bowl: Penn State-Florida State 5 PM Wide World Of Sports (International Ski Jumping Championship, demolition derby, NBA preview, time approximate)

6:30 Iron Horse (delay from the previous Sat 9:30 PM) 7:30 Dating Game 8 PM Newlywed Game 8:30 Lawrence Welk (guests: singer Tanya Falan, a future Welk regular; trumpeter David Joy) 9:30 Midwestern Hayride (guest: Billy Walker) 10:30 Second Hundred Years (delay from Wed 8:30) 11 PM ABC News (Keith McBee) 11:15 News 11:30 Movie: "Bebo's Girl" WLCY (WTSP) Ch. 10 St. Petersburg (ABC) 7:10 News 7:15 4-H Spotlight 7:30 Hercules (animated) 8 AM Space Station 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 1:30 10's Bandstand 1:45 Kiplinger Report 2 PM Golf Review 2:15 Gator Bowl 5 PM Wide World Of Sports (time approximate) 6:30 News, Weather, Sports 7 PM Flatt And Scruggs 7:30 Dating Game 8 PM Newlywed Game 8:30 Lawrence Welk 9:30 Iron Horse 10:30 Movie: "Yes Sir, That's My Baby" 12 M ABC News 12:15 ABC Scope (ABC's Lou Cioffi, Louis Rukeyser, Bill Brannigan, and George Watson discuss opinions of America's Vietnam policy in Japan, Great Britain, South Vietnam, and the USSR-I don't know if this aired earlier that evening, at 10:30, or is a week's delay.) 12:45 Best Of Open Mike 1:45 News WINK Ch. 11 Ft. Myers (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 Blue-Gray Game 4:15 NHL Hockey (Flyers-Kings, time approximate) 7 PM CBS News (Roger Mudd, time approximate) 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 11:15 Movie: "Saladin And The Great Crusades" WTVT Ch. 13 Tampa (CBS) 6:45 Fishing, Weather 7 AM News 7:05 Cartoons 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 Gadabout Gaddis 1:30 Blue-Gray Game 4:15 NHL Hockey (Flyers-Kings, time approximate) 7 PM News, Sports, Weather (time approximate) 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: "Zarak" WSUN Ch. 38 St. Petersburg (Ind.) 2:30 Reel Varieties 3 PM Movie: "If I Were Free" (not a prison movie, but two people who meet at a party and then want to leave their respective, despicable mates) 4:30 Bride's World 5 PM Bozo The Clown 5:30 Rocky Jones, Space Ranger 6 PM Movie: "Guns And Guitars" (Gene Autry) 7 PM Adventure Calls 7:30 Championship Wrestling From Florida 8:30 The Big Attack (WWII documentary) 9 PM Movie: "Night Song" Shame on channel 9 Orlando for airing only half of American Bandstand. Was this a one time deal? I've never heard of a station airing only half of a program. 30 minutes of Popeye might have been a better choice.

Ch. 9 wanted to get its wrestling show in before ABC took over at 2; that was the reason "Bandstand" aired for only 30 minutes that day; Ch. 10, as I'm sure you noticed, carried "Bandstand" for the full hour. Ch. 10, as I'm sure you noticed, carried "Bandstand" for the full hour. Yet their local counterpart, "10's Bandstand", was only 15 minutes, no doubt so they can clear Kiplinger's program before ABC Sports started at 2PM. Kind of funny for the kids to come to the studio to dance for only 15 minutes. RETRO: PHILADELPHIA - 04/23/1993 Friday, April 23, 1993 KYW-TV NBC3 06:00AM News 07:00AM Today 09:00AM Geraldo Rivera 10:00AM Montel Williams 11:00AM Joan Rivers 12:00PM Vicki Lawrence 01:00PM Days of Our Lives 02:00PM Another World 03:00PM & 03:30PM Designing Women 04:00PM Hunter 05:00PM A Current Affair 05:30PM Inside Edition 06:00PM News 06:30PM NBC News 07:00PM Entertainment Tonight 07:30PM Hard Copy 08:00PM Secret Service 09:00PM TV Movie: Perry Mason: The Case of the Heartbroken Bride 11:00PM News 11:30PM Tonight Show with Jay Leno 12:30AM Late Night with David Letterman 01:30AM Friday Night Videos 02:30AM That's Amore 03:00AM A Current Affair 03:30AM News 04:00AM Nightside WPVI-TV ABC6 06:00AM News 07:00AM Good Morning America 09:00AM Phil Donahue 10:00AM AM Phiadelphia 10:30AM Sally Jessy Raphael 11:30AM Home 12:00PM News 12:30PM Loving 01:00PM All My Children

02:00PM One Life to Live 03:00PM General Hospital 04:00PM Oprah Winfrey 05:00PM News 06:00PM News 06:30PM ABC News 07:00PM Jeopardy 07:30PM Wheel of Fortune 08:00PM Family Matters 08:30PM Step by Step 09:00PM Getting By 09:30PM Where I Live 10:00PM 20/20 11:00PM News 11:30PM Nightline 12:00AM MOVIE: Crossroads WCAU-TV CBS10 06:00AM News 07:00AM CBS This Morning 09:00AM Regis & Kathie Lee 10:00AM Family Feud Challenge 11:00AM The Price is Right 12:00PM News 12:30PM Young and the Restless 01:30PM Bold and the Beautiful 02:00PM As the World Turns 03:00PM Guiding Light 04:00PM Maury Povich 05:00PM Cops 05:30PM News 06:00PM News 06:30PM CBS News 07:00PM You Bet Your Life 07:30PM Family Feud 08:00PM Golden Palace 08:30PM Dudley 09:00PM Ultimate Driving Challenge 10:00PM Bodies of Evidence 11:00PM News 11:30PM Dark Justice 12:30AM Cosby Show 01:00AM The Kids in the Hall 02:00AM Paid Programming 03:00AM MOVIE: Hunters of the Reef WPHL-TV 17 06:00AM Beliver's Voice of Victory 06:30AM Camp Candy 07:00AM Flintstones 07:30AM DuckTales 08:00AM James Bond Jr. 08:30AM Jetsons 09:00AM Paid Programming 10:00AM The 700 Club 11:00AM Love Boat

12:0PM Hardcastle & McCormick 01:00PM Hogan's Heroes 01:30PM Perfect Strangers 02:00PM Gilligan's Island 02:30PM Head of the Class 03:00PM Chip 'N Dale Rescue Rangers 03:30PM TaleSpin 04:00PM Darkwing Duck 04:30PM Goof Troop 05:00PM Who's the Boss? 05:30PM & 06:00PM Wonder Years 07:30PM MLB Baseball: Los Angeles @ Philadelphia Phillies 10:00PM Sanford & Son 10:30PM The Jeffersons 11:00PM & 11:30PM Love Connection 12:00AM It's Showtime at the Apollo 01:00AM MOVIE: Six Pack 02:00AM MOVIE: Travis McGee: The Empty Copper Sea 05:00AM Kate & Allie 05:30AM Delaware Valley Forum WTXF FOX29 06:00AM Paid Programming 06:30AM Casper 07:00AM Widget the World Watcher 07:30AM Beetlejuice 08:00AM Alvin and the Chipmunks 08:30AM Dennis the Menace 09:00AM Woody Woodpecker 09:30AM Munsters Today 10:00AM Odd Couple 10:30AM Three's Company 11:00AM It's a Living 11:30AM Hogan Family 12:00PM The Judge 12:30PM In the Heat of the Night 01:30PM Hawaii Five-0 02:30PM Casper 03:00PM Merrie Melodies 03:30PM Tom & Jerry Kids 04:00PM Tiny Toon Adventures 04:30PM Batman: The Animated Series 05:00PM A Different World 05:30PM Night Court 06:00PM & 06:30PM Cheers 07:00PM Star Trek: The Next Generation 08:00PM America's Most Wanted 09:00PM & 09:30PM Sightings 10:00PM News 11:00PM M*A*S*H 11:30PM Arsenio Hall 12:30AM Whoopi 01:00AM Rush Limbaugh 01:30AM ALF 02:00AM Paid Programming 03:00AM & 03:30AM Gidget

04:00AM Baywatch WGBS 57 06:00AM Toni Nash 06:30AM Popeye 07:00AM Inspector Gadget 07:00AM Captain N 08:00AM Stunt Dawgs 08:30PM Popeye 09:00AM I Love Lucy 09:30AM Andy Griffith Show 10:00AM Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous 11:00AM St. Elsewhere 12:00PM Highway to Heaven 01:00PM Infatuation 01:30PM Paid Programming 02:30PM Mr. Bogus 03:00PM Adventures of the T-Rex 03:30PM Stunt Dawgs 04:00PM Captain N 04:30PM Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 05:00PM Saved by the Bell 05:30PM Charles in Charge 06:00PM Full House 06:30PM Growing Pains 07:00PM & 07:30PM Roseanne 08:00PM MOVIE: Criminal Justice 10:00PM Matlock 11:00PM & 11:30PM All in the Family 12:00AM Jenny Jones 01:00AM Paid Programming 01:30AM Jane Whitney 02:30AM MOVIE - Five Masters of Death 04:30AM Leave it to Beaver What was on WPHL at 6:30-7:30 PM? Lol, forgot to list it... Married with Children Retro: St. Louis- Thanksgiving Day 1984 Thursday 11/22/1984 Thanksgiving Compiled from the following sources: St. Louis Post Dispatch TV supplement, St. Louis Globe Democrat TV Digest, and TV Guide-St. Louis edition (cc)= closed captioned (r)= repeat KTVI-TV Channel 2 (ABC) 5:50am Sign on 5:55am A Thought for Today 6:00am Romper Room 6:30am ABC News This Morning (cc) 7:00am Good Morning America

9:00am The Waltons 10:00am Trivia Trap 10:30am Family Feud 11:00am Ryan’s Hope 11:30am Loving 12:00pm All My Children 1:00pm One Life to Live 2:00pm General Hospital 3:00pm Alice 3:30pm The Jeffersons 4:00pm Three’s Company 4:30pm Barney Miller 5:00pm Channel 2 News Five O’Clock Report (Don Marsh/Kathryn Keefer/Ron Yaros/Zip Rzeppa) 5:30pm ABC World News Tonight (Peter Jennings) 6:00pm Channel 2 News Six O’Clock Report (Larry Conners/Ron Yaros/Zip Rzeppa) 6:30pm PM Magazine Irina Rubenstein, a 14-year-old rhythmic gymnast; male calendar models. 7:00pm ABC Movie Special “Arthur” (1981) 9:00pm 20/20 The problems divorced fathers sometimes face in trying to visit their children. Also: a report on mailorder promotions that, says producer Abby Rockmore, “could be too good to be true”. (cc) 10:00pm Channel 2 News Ten O’Clock Report (Larry Conners/Ron Yaros/Zip Rzeppa) 10:30pm M*A*S*H Hawkeye turns sleuth to solve a rash of robberies for which he is the prime suspect. 11:00pm ABC News Nightline 11:30pm Eye on Hollywood 12:00am Mission: Impossible 1:00am Channel 2 News Ten O'Clock Report (repeat) 1:30am Documentary 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 CBS Early Morning News 6:00am CBS Morning News 8:00am CBS All-American Thanksgiving Day Parade Larry Hagman and Linda Gray co-anchor highlights from today’s holiday parades in New York, Philadelphia, Detroit, Toronto and Hawaii. 11:00am The NFL Today 11:30am NFL Football: Green Bay Packers at Detroit Lions 3:00pm CBS Special: Beauty and the Beast A young woman saves her father’s life by agreeing to move into the castle of a repulsive creature who is actually a cursed prince. (animated) (r) 4:00pm KMOX-TV Special Movie “My Side of the Mountain” (1969) 6:00pm CBS Evening News 6:30pm Family Feud 7:00pm Magnum P.I. (r) 8:00pm Simon & Simon 9:00pm Knots Landing (cc) 10:00pm Newsroom Tonight (Julius Hunter/Steve Schiff) 10:30pm CBS Late Night: Newhart (r) 11:05pm CBS Late Night Movie “Escape from Iran: The Canadian Caper” (1981, made for TV) 1:00am CBS News Nightwatch (until 5:00am)

KSDK-TV Channel 5 (NBC) 5:25am Sign on 5:30am NBC News at Sunrise 6:00am Today New York’s Thanksgiving Day Festivities 8:00am Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade Bryant Gumbel, Stepfanie Kramer, and Pat Sajak host this year’s telecast of the annual New York City spectacle that marks the opening of the Christmas season. 11:00am Super Password 11:30am Jeopardy! 12:00pm Channel 5 Eyewitness News at Noon 12:30pm Days of Our Lives 1:30pm Another World 2:30pm NFL ‘84 3:00pm NFL Football: New England Patriots vs. Dallas Cowboys 6:00pm Channel 5 Eyewitness News at 6:00 (Karen Foss/Dick Ford/Bob Richards/Mike Bush) 6:30pm Wheel of Fortune 7:00pm The Cosby Show 7:30pm Family Ties 8:00pm Cheers 8:30pm Night Court 9:00pm Hill Street Blues 10:00pm Channel 5 Eyewitness News Update (Karen Foss/Dick Ford/Bob Richards/Mike Bush) 10:30pm The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson Carson’s joined by Michael Talbot (“Miami Vice”), David Steinberg and nonagenarian Ethel Nixon. 11:30pm Entertainment Tonight Featured: Barry Gibb 12:00am Late Night with David Letterman Featured: Rob Reiner and sled-dog races. (r) 1:00am Channel 5 Eyewitness News Update (repeat) 1:30am Sign off KETC-TV Channel 9 (PBS) 6:10am Sign on 6:15am New Literacy: An Introduction to Computers 6:45am AM Weather 7:00am Lilas, Yoga and You 7:30am Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood 8:00am Sesame Street (cc) 9:00am The Electric Company (r) 9:30am 3-2-1 Contact (r)(cc) 10:00am Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood 10:30am 3-2-1 Contact (r)(cc) 11:00am The Letter People 11:30am Sesame Street (cc) 12:30pm Motorweek 1:00pm Sneak Previews 1:30pm The Frugal Gourmet 2:00pm Latenight America Scheduled: veteran comedian Soupy Sales; Destry Jarvis, vice president of the National Parks and Conversation Association. (r) 3:00pm Sesame Street (cc) 4:00pm Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood 4:30pm The Electric Company (r) 5:00pm Sesame Street (cc)

6:00pm MacNeil-Lehrer Newshour 7:00pm St. Louis Skyline Featured: “Kings and Queens of Soup Tureens”, an exhibit at the St. Louis Art Museum; Frontier Folklife Festival; and the Bookmark Society. 7:30pm To Catch a Cloud The problems of acid rain and the need for research are explored. 8:00pm Mystery! “Rumpole of the Bailey” Rumpole‘s hopes of winning a fraud case and clearing his personal debts are threatened by Judge Bullingham. (cc) 9:00pm Great Depression “Germany: From Weimar to Hitler” 10:00pm Nightly Business Report 10:30pm Leave it to Beaver 11:00pm Latenight America (repeat of earlier airing) 11:55pm Sign off KPLR-TV Channel 11 (Independent) 5:00am Last Picture Show cont'd 5:25am Sign on 5:30am Muppets 6:00am 20 Minute Workout 6:30am The Pink Panther 7:00am Popeye 7:30am Bugs Bunny and Friends 8:00am Tom and Jerry 8:30am Great Space Coaster 9:00am Laverne and Shirley 9:30am Let’s Make a Deal 10:00am The Joker’s Wild 10:30am Tic Tac Dough 11:00am Harry O 12:00pm Anything for Money 12:30pm The 12:30 Movie “The Smurfs and The Magic Flute” (1983, animated) (TV Guide listed this as running 2 hours) 2:00pm KPLR-TV Special: Mouse on the Mayflower (animated) A brave rodent stows away on the famous vessel bound for the New World. 3:00pm Woody Woodpecker 3:30pm Scooby Doo 4:00pm Voltron, Defender of the Universe 4:30pm He-Man and the Masters of the Universe 5:00pm Little House on the Prairie 6:00pm The Dukes of Hazzard 7:00pm Super Movie “Clash of the Titans” (1981) 9:00pm The $100,000 Name That Tune 9:30pm NewsWatch (Don Clark/Bill Rees/Christine Buck/Jon Sloane) 10:00pm WKRP in Cincinnati Mr. Carlson comes up with a Thanksgiving promotional gimmick that involves a helicopter and live turkeys. 10:30pm The Love Boat 11:30pm The Big Movie “The McKenzie Break” (1970) 1:35am Night Owl Theater “Sky Heist” (1975, made for TV) 3:35am The Last Picture Show “Up Front” (1951) (until 5:30am) (TV Guide listed this as airing at 3:05am) WCEE-TV Channel 13 (Independent) Mount Vernon, Illinois 5:50am Sign on 5:55am Daybreak

6:00am CNN Headline News 6:30am AgDay 7:00am Superfriends 7:30am The Flintstones 8:00am He-Man and the Masters of the Universe 8:30am 20 Minute Workout 9:00am Family 10:00am Jim Bakker 11:00am Jimmy Swaggart 11:30am Guilty or Innocent 12:00pm Barnaby Jones 1:00pm The 700 Club 2:00pm Merv Griffin A salute to Broadway with Hinton Battle (“The Tap Dance Kid”), Laurie Beechman (“Cats”). 3:00pm Scooby Doo 3:30pm He-Man and the Masters of the Universe 4:00pm Bewitched 4:30pm I Dream of Jeannie 5:00pm Little House on the Prairie 6:00pm Dallas 7:00pm Movie “The King and I” (1956, part 2) (conclusion of film, part 1 had aired the day before) 8:30pm At the Movies with Siskel and Ebert 9:00pm C13 News Tonight 9:30pm INN News (Pat Harper/Brad Holbrook) 10:00pm The Love Boat 11:00pm Dallas 12:00pm C13 News Tonight (repeat) 12:30pm Mike White: Football 1:00am Sign off KNLC-TV Channel 24 (Religious independent) 5:00am Help for Runaways and Their Families 5:30am Judge Roy Bean 6:00am Early Morning Music 6:30am Exercise with Dick Hathaway 7:00am Mr. Mustache 7:30am Kid’s Jamboree 8:00am Villa Alegre 8:30am Shape-Up 9:00am Richard Roberts 10:00am The Cold and the Forgotten 10:30am Sound Effects 11:00am Wildlife Cinema 11:30pm This is the Life 12:00pm Movie “Days of Jesse James” (1939) 1:00pm The Tallman 1:30pm Fisher Family 2:00pm Circle Square 2:30pm Rin Tin Tin 3:00pm Vegetable Soup 3:30pm Dennis the Menace 4:00pm Cartoons 4:30pm Danny Thomas 5:00pm Fury 5:30pm My Little Margie 6:00pm Telethon

7:00pm Coming Alive in ‘85 8:00pm Larry & Penny Rice 9:00pm The Lester Family 10:00pm Telethon 12:30am Movie “In God We Trust” (1980) 1:30am Telethon 3:30am Larry & Penny Rice 4:30am The Lester Family KDNL-TV Channel 30 (Independent) 5:00am CNN Headline News 5:30am Morning Stretch 6:00am CNN Headline News 6:30am I Love Lucy 7:00am Bewitched 7:30am I Dream of Jeannie 8:00am Munsters 8:30am Little Rascals and Friends 9:00am The 700 Club Scheduled: a Thanksgiving celebration. 10:00am Jim Bakker 11:00am Jimmy Swaggart 11:30am KDNL Movie Special “Star Maidens” (1978) 2:00pm Star Trek 3:00pm Buck Rogers 4:00pm Battlestar Galatica 6:00pm Star Trek Memories Leonard Nimoy talks about Mr. Spock and other characters in the series, shows film clips from his favorite episodes and discusses the “Star Trek” movies. 7:00pm KDNL-TV Special: America Remembers John F. Kennedy The aspirations, successes and failures of the 35th president are recalled through archival film footage and recently taped interviews with friends and colleagues. 9:00pm Barbara Mandrell Thanksgiving Special The Air Force Choir and the Statler Brothers join Barbara Mandrell in this Thanksgiving variety show. 10:00pm Sanford and Son 10:30pm Combat! A new addition to the squad turns out to be both a welcher and a shirker. 11:30pm Starsky and Hutch 12:30am All Night at the Movies “The Ambushers” (1967) 2:30am All Night at the Movies “The Deadly Affair” (1967) 4:30am Cardiosat-RNSAT WGN-TV Channel 9 (Independent) Chicago, Illinois 5:00am Circus 5:30am Faith 20 6:00am Chicago’s First Report 6:30am Muppets 7:00am Bozo 8:30am The Beverly Hillbillies 9:00am The Waltons 10:00am The Big Valley 11:00am Family 12:00pm WGN Midday News (Steve Sanders/Tom Skilling) 1:00pm Rhoda 1:30pm Andy Griffith

2:00pm I Dream of Jeannie 2:30pm Bugs Bunny 3:00pm Superfriends 3:30pm Scooby Doo 4:00pm Heathcliff 4:30pm Good Times 5:00pm One Day at a Time 5:30pm Carol Burnett and Friends (guests: Ruth Buzzi, Richard Crenna) 6:00pm Barney Miller Barney and his men arrest a man who stabbed his brother-in-law over a piece of turkey and three escaped mental patients who are causing a disturbance at an automat. 6:30pm Benson 7:00pm WGN Thursday Night Movie “Meet Me In St. Louis” (1944) 9:30pm The Nine O’Clock News (John Drury/Denise Cannon/Tom Skilling/Bob Hilton) 10:30pm The Love Boat (Channel 11 and Channel 9 Chicago aired different episodes) 11:30pm WGN Presents “The Chase” (1966) 2:00pm INN News (Pat Harper/Brad Holbrook) 2:30am The Late Movie “Marriage on the Rocks” (1965) 4:30am Cartoons WTBS-TV Channel 17 (Independent) Atlanta, Georgia 5:00am CNN Headline News 5:30am Funtime 6:35am I Dream of Jeannie 7:05am Bewitched 7:35am I Love Lucy 8:05am Superstation Morning Movie “The Ghost and Mr. Chicken” (1966) 10:05am The Catlins (daytime serial set in Atlanta and produced by WTBS) 10:35am All in the Family 11:05am Perry Mason 12:05pm Superstation Matinee “The Amazing Spider-Man” (1978, made for TV) 2:05pm Superstation Movie Presentation “The Man Called Flintstone” (1966, animated) 4:05pm Superstation Movie Presentation “Jack and the Beanstalk” (1952) 6:05pm Gomer Pyle 6:35pm Andy Griffith 7:05pm Superstation Movie Presentation “The Bells of St. Mary’s” (1945) 10:05pm Superstation Movie Presentation “The Christmas Tree” (1969) 12:05am TBS Theater Late Night “Young Winston” (1972) 2:40am TBS Theater Late Night “D.O.A” (1949) 4:30am Jimmy Swaggart

Retro: Carolina-Tennessee Saturday, December 12, 1970 From TV Guide, Carolina-Tennessee Edition: WSJK Ch. 2 Knoxville (Sneedville) (PBS) off air on Saturday WBTV Ch. 3 Charlotte (CBS) 7 AM Casper 8 AM Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Hour 9 AM Sabrina And The Groovie Goolies 10 AM Josie And The Pussycats

10:30 Harlem Globetrotters (animated) 11 AM Archie's Funhouse 12 N Scooby Doo, Where Are You? 12:30 Monkees (guest Hans Conried in a spoof of the horror tale "The Monkey's Paw") 1 PM NFL Pre-Game Show 1:15 NFL Football: Cowboys-Browns (Frank Glieber and Frank Gifford announced this game.) 4:30 Wrestling (from the studio, time approximate) 5:30 Death Valley Days 6 PM News, Sports, Weather 6:30 Gunsmoke (delay from Mon 7:30) 7:30 Mission: Impossible 8:30 My Three Sons 9 PM Arnie 9:30 Mary Tyler Moore 10 PM Mannix 11 PM News, Sports, Weather 11:30 Movie: "The Invisible Boy" WFBC (WYFF) Ch. 4 Greenville, SC (NBC) 6:30 Farm News (Ben Leonard) 7:30 Monty's Rascals (Ch. 4 legends Monty DuPuy and Stowe Hoyle as Mr. Doohickey) 9 AM Tomfoolery 9:30 Bugaloos 10 AM Dr. Dolittle 10:30 Pink Panther 11 AM H.R. Pufnstuf 11:30 Here Comes The Grump 12 N Pro Football Highlights 1 PM Wrestling (from Raleigh) 2 PM NFL Game Of The Week 2:30 Furman Presents (Furman University, Greenville) 3 PM Wilburn Brothers (guests: the Smith Twins) 3:30 Porter Wagoner (guest: Mac Wiseman) 4 PM NFL Football: Chiefs-Raiders 7 PM Hans Brinker Or The Silver Skates (time approximate) 9 PM Movie: "Banning" 11 PM News, Sports, Weather 11:30 ACC Basketball: South Carolina-Duke (this was South Carolina's last year in the ACC before going independent and, later, to the SEC, game is taped) WCYB Ch. 5 Bristol, VA (NBC) 7 AM Rural Tenneva 7:30 Bugs Bunny 7:55 News, Weather 8 AM Heckle And Jeckle 8:30 Woody Woodpecker 9 AM Tomfoolery 9:30 Bugaloos 10 AM Dr. Dolittle 10:30 Pink Panther

11 AM H.R. Pufnstuf 11:30 Here Comes The Grump 12 N Hot Dog (subjects: how plywood is made; what it's like to ride on a steam-driven train; how license plates are made; how sardines are packed; how the sound in a cuckoo clock are made; all about hiccups) 12:30 Jambo (a dolphin acts as bodyguard for an old fisherman) 1 PM Skippy, The Bush Kangaroo (I take exception with Kevin Allman that this was a "TV turkey"--it was a kids' show that really wasn't that terrible, IMO. Besides, he never gave a reason why he disliked it.) 1:30 Mr. Sleighbells (I assume some sort of animated special, but I've never heard of it.) 2 PM Gospel Sing 2:30 Country Place 3 PM Arthur Smith 3:30 Bonnie Lou And Buster 4 PM NFL Football: Chiefs-Raiders 7 PM Hans Brinker Or The Silver Skates (time approximate) 9 PM NBC Movie: "Plymouth Adventure" (the Pilgrims are not as devout as history makes them out to be in this one from '52) 11 PM News, Sports, Weather 11:30 Saturday Tonight Show (no details given) WATE Ch. 6 Knoxville (NBC) 6:30 Agriculture U.S.A. (Gov. Winthrop Rockefeller of Arkansas discusses food processing.) 7 AM Popeye 8 AM Heckle And Jeckle 8:30 Woody Woodpecker 9 AM Tomfoolery 9:30 Bugaloos 10 AM Dr. Dolittle 10:30 Pink Panter 11 AM H.R. Pufnstuf 11:30 Here Comes The Grump 12 N Hot Dog 12:30 Jambo 1 PM The Invaders (an overlooked Quinn Martin gem with Roy Thinnes as a man who spots an alien invasion but can't convince anyone--Thinnes says he's still invited to meetings of UFO buffs) 2 PM Bill Anderson (guest: Mac Wiseman) 2:30 Bonnie Lou And Buster 3 PM Arthur Smith 3:30 Wilburn Brothers (guest: Don Bowman) 4 PM NFL Football: Chiefs-Raiders 7 PM Hans Brinker Or The Silver Skates (time approximate) 9 PM NBC Movie: "Plymouth Adventure" 11 PM Movie: "The Sun Also Rises" WSPA Ch. 7 Spartanburg, SC (CBS) 6:30 Sunrise Semester (topic not given) 7 AM Agriculture

8 AM Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Hour 9 AM Sabrina And The Groovie Goolies 10 AM Josie And The Pussycats 10:30 Harlem Globetrotters 11 AM Archie's Funhouse 12 N Scooby Doo, Where Are You? 12:30 Skippy, The Bush Kangaroo 1 PM NFL Pre-Game Show 1:15 NFL Football: Cowboys-Browns 4:30 Buck Owens (time approximate, this is not "Hee Haw") 5 PM Bill Anderson (guest: George Hamilton IV, who nowadays helps out on UNC-TV pledge drives) 5:30 Nashville Sound 6 PM News, Sports, Weather 6:30 Wild Wild West 7:30 Mission: Impossible 8:30 My Three Sons 9 PM Arnie 9:30 Mary Tyler Moore 10 PM Mannix 11 PM News, Sports, Weather 11:15 Movie: "The Trap" (one of the actors in this one from '59 is Peter Baldwin, whose name you've probably seen as a director on various shows) WSOC Ch. 9 Charlotte (NBC) 7 AM Popeye 8 AM Heckle And Jeckle 8:30 Woody Woodpecker 9 AM Tomfoolery 9:30 Bugaloos 10 AM Dr. Dolittle 10:30 Pink Panther 11 AM H.R. Pufnstuf 11:30 Here Comes The Grump 12 N Hot Dog 12:30 Jambo 1 PM Fury 1:30 News, Weather, Sports 2 PM Make Room For Daddy 2:30 Movie: "Jack Frost" (Russian from '65) 4 PM NFL Football: Chiefs-Raiders 7 PM Hans Brinker Or The Silver Skates (time approximate) 9 PM Movie: "Now You See It, Now You Don't" 11 PM News, Sports, Weather 11:30 Movie: "Portrait In Black" WBIR Ch. 10 Knoxville (CBS) 7 AM Agriculture 7:30 Uncle Hank 7:45 Davey And Goliath 8 AM Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Hour 9 AM Sabrina And The Groovie Goolies

10 AM Josie And The Pussycats 10:30 Harlem Globetrotters 11 AM Archie's Funhouse 12 N Scooby Doo, Where Are You? 12:30 Monkees 1 PM NFL Pre-Game Show 1:15 NFL Football: Cowboys-Browns 4:30 Milk Fund (time approximate) 5:30 Nashville Sound 6 PM News, Sports, Weather 6:30 CBS News (Roger Mudd) 7 PM Green Acres (delay from Tue 8 PM) 7:30 Mission: Impossible 8:30 My Three Sons 9 PM Arnie 9:30 Mary Tyler Moore 10 PM Mannix 11 PM News, Sports, Weather 11:30 Movie: "House On Telegraph Hill" WJHL Ch. 11 Johnson City, TN (CBS) 7:15 Uncle Hank 7:30 Perils Of Penelope Pitstop (delay from Sun 9:30 AM) 8 AM Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Hour 9 AM Sabrina And The Groovie Goolies 10 AM Josie And The Pussycats 10:30 Harlem Globetrotters 11 AM Archie's Funhouse 12 N Scooby Doo, Where Are You? 12:30 Monkees 1 PM NFL Pre-Game Show 1:15 NFL Football: Cowboys-Browns 4:30 TBA 5 PM Perry Mason 6 PM News, Sports, Weather 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Truth Or Consequences 7:30 Mission: Impossible 8:30 My Three Sons 9 PM Arnie 9:30 Mary Tyler Moore 10 PM Mannix 11 PM News, Sports, Weather 11:30 Movie: "The Pharaoh's Woman" WLOS Ch. 13 Asheville, NC (ABC) 6:30 Aspect (farm show seen all over North Carolina) 7 AM Mr. Bill And Bumbo (Ch. 13 legends Bill Norwood and Bob Caldwell as Bumbo the clown) 8 AM Reluctant Dragon And Mr. Toad 8:30 Motor Mouse 9 AM Lancelot Link, Secret Chimp 10 AM Will The Real Jerry Lewis Please Sit Down? 10:30 Here Come The Doubledeckers

11 AM Hot Wheels 11:30 Skyhawks 12 N Hardy Boys (animated) 12:30 American Bandstand (Gene Chandler gets a gold record-for "Groovy Situation," IIRC--and sings "Simply Call It Love".) 1:30 Liberty Bowl (Colorado-Tulane, from Memphis; Chris Schenkel, Bill Flemming, and Bud Wilkinson report--the next year Keith Jackson would become the primary voice of college football on ABC) 4:30 TBA 5 PM Wide World Of Sports: Muhammad Ali vs. Oscar Bonavena, 15 rounds from Madison Square Garden, taped Dec. 7 6:30 Ian Tyson (Canadian folksinger who used to appear with his wife Sylvia on ABC's "Hootenanny"--he now had his own show) 7 PM To Tell The Truth 7:30 Let's Make A Deal 8 PM Newlywed Game 8:30 Lawrence Welk (songs from Disney movies) 9:30 The Most Deadly Game 10:30 Wrestling (from WGHP-TV, High Point, NC) 11:30 Roller Derby 12:30 Dick Cavett (delay from Fri 11:30; Atlanta's Ch. 11 aired Friday's show on Sunday, so neither would show Lester Maddox walking off hours after it happened the following Friday) 2 AM ABC News (anchor not given) WHKY Ch. 14 Hickory, NC (Ind.) 2 PM Movie: "The Mighty Barnum" 3:30 Quest For Adventure 4 PM Sports Parade 4:30 Movie: "Saddle Pals" (one of the actresses in this Gene Autry Western was Lynne Roberts, whose professional name was Mary Hart--she's listed here as Lynne Roberts, but after "Entertainment Tonight" caught on, TV Guide was always careful to list Lynne Roberts by her real name in all her movies) 5:30 Navy Film 6 PM News, Sports, Weather 6:15 Lenoir Rhyne Today (college in Hickory) 6:30 Public Defender 7 PM Quest For Adventure 7:30 Movie: "The Call Of The Wild" 9:30 Movie: "The Wild Dakotas" (watch for Jim Davis, a/k/a Jock Ewing) 10:30 Peter Gunn 11 PM Death Valley Days 11:30 Movie: "Red Light" WUNE Ch. 17 Linville/WUNF Ch. 33 Asheville (PBS) off air on Saturday WCCB Ch. 18 Charlotte (ABC) 7:30 Agriculture 8 AM Reluctant Dragon And Mr. Toad 8:30 Motor Mouse 9 AM Lancelot Link, Secret Chimp

10 AM Will The Real Jerry Lewis Please Sit Down? 10:30 Here Come The Doubledeckers 11 AM Hot Wheels 11:30 Skyhawks 12 N Hardy Boys 12:30 American Bandstand 1:30 Liberty Bowl 5 PM Wide World Of Sports 6:30 Quest For Adventure 7 PM NFL Game Of The Week 7:30 Let's Make A Deal 8 PM Newlywed Game 8:30 Lawrence Welk 9:30 The Most Deadly Game 10:30 Movie: "No Man Of Her Own" (Gable and Lombard in '32, years before they ever dreamed they'd be married) 12:30 ABC News WKPT Ch. 19 Kingsport, TN (ABC) 7:30 Agriculture 8 AM Reluctant Dragon And Mr. Toad 8:30 Motor Mouse 9 AM Lancelot Link, Secret Chimp 10 AM Will The Real Jerry Lewis Please Sit Down? 10:30 Here Come The Doubledeckers 11 AM Hot Wheels 11:30 Skyhawks 12 N Hardy Boys 12:30 American Bandstand 1:30 Liberty Bowl 4:30 TBA 5 PM Wide World Of Sports 6:30 TBA 7 PM All Outdoors 7:30 Let's Make A Deal 8 PM Newlywed Game 8:30 Lawrence Welk 9:30 The Most Deadly Game 10:30 Virgil Q. Wacks 11 PM News, Sports, Weather (that's what it says, but I can't conceive of Ch. 19 having local news on weekends at the time--wonder if TV Guide meant ABC News?) 11:15 Movie: "The Frozen Ghost" WTVK Ch. 26 (WVLT Ch. Cool Knoxville (ABC) 7:30 Agriculture (I have a feeling the program airing on Chs. 19 and 26 was "Agricultural Science In Action," which was also seen on WTVC/9 Chattanooga, and that the one on Ch. 18 was "Agriculture U.S.A.") 8 AM Reluctant Dragon And Mr. Toad 8:30 Motor Mouse 9 AM Lancelot Link, Secret Chimp

10 AM Will The Real Jerry Lewis Please Sit Down? 10:30 Here Come The Doubledeckers 11 AM Hot Wheels 11:30 Skyhawks 12 N Hardy Boys 12:30 American Bandstand 1:30 Liberty Bowl 4:30 Death Valley Days (time approximate) 5 PM Wide World Of Sports 6:30 Wrestling (either from Knoxville or somewhere in Nick Gulas' territory) 7:30 Let's Make A Deal 8 PM Newlywed Game 8:30 Lawrence Welk 9:30 The Most Deadly Game 10:30 All American College Show 11 PM ABC News 11:15 Roller Derby WNTV Ch. 29 Greenville, SC (PBS) 7:30 Sesame Street 8:30 Sesame Street 9:30 Sesame Street 10:30 Sesame Street 11:30 Sesame Street 12:30 off the air 5 PM Japanese Painting (T. Mikami) 5:30 Highway Panorama 5:45 Agricultural Panorama 6 PM Folk Guitar (Laura Weber) 6:30 At Home 7 PM Brookfield Zoo 7:30 Kukla, Fran And Ollie (new episodes were being made for PBS at the time) 8 PM Ruddigore (animated version of a Gilbert and Sullivan operetta about a witch's curse on the House of Ruddigore) 9 PM Fanfare (guests: the Jefferson Airplane) 10 PM Homewood (music of the Middle Ages and of India) sign off 11 PM WRET (WCNC) Ch. 36 Charlotte (Ind.) Ted Turner had bought the station by this time. Note a similarity or two to Ch. 17 in Atlanta. 8:30 Across The Fence 9 AM Movies: "The Sword Of Monte Cristo" and "Mohawk" 11 AM Cartoon Carnival 1:30 Jetsons (CBS, delay from Sun 5 PM) 2 PM Popeye & Pals 2:30 Now Explosion (video-type show he acquired from Atlanta's WATL/36 before that station signed off, and one of the first shows to put "Super 17" on the map) 7 PM Roller Derby 8 PM Wrestling (may still be from Tampa, I'm not sure)

9 PM NBC Movie: "Plymouth Adventure" (here we go--Turner picking up pre-empted NBC shows--sorry, no billboards announcing that "the NBC network moves to Ch. 36," but that would come in 1978-he'd pick up NBC when WSOC went to ABC, then sell it to Group W for the seed money for CNN) 11 PM Ski Scene 11:30 Now Explosion (don't know how late it goes) WAIM (WMYA) Ch. 40 Anderson, SC (ABC/CBS) 8 AM Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Hour 9 AM Sabrina And The Groovie Goolies 10 AM Josie And The Pussycats 10:30 Harlem Globetrotters 11 AM Archie's Funhouse 12 N Scooby Doo, Where Are You? 12:30 Monkees 1 PM NFL Pre-Game Show 1:15 NFL Football: Cowboys-Browns 4:30 TBA 5 PM Wide World Of Sports 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Quest For Adventure 7:30 Mission: Impossible 8:30 My Three Sons 9 PM Arnie 9:30 Mary Tyler Moore 10 PM Mannix sign off 11 PM

Retro: Kentucky Friday, December 8, 1978 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 9:30 Hollywood Squares (Danny Arnold, Barbi Benton, Ron Carey and Steve Landesberg, Max Gail and Ron Glass, George Gobel, James Gregory and Jack Soo, Hal Linden, Martha Smith, Paul Lynde-you can tell the show's saluting "Barney Miller"-delay from either 1 or 4 PM depending on the station) 10 AM Card Sharks (Jim Perry) 10:30 Jeopardy! (Art Fleming hosts the revamped but unsuccessful version.) 11 AM High Rollers (Alex Trebek) 11:30 Wheel Of Fortune 12 N Midday 12:30 Mike Douglas (co-hosts England Dan and John Ford Coley; Kathryn Witt, Pat Klous, Connie Sellecca and Howard Platt

of "Flying High"; Herve Villechaize, author William Rossi) 1:30 Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 4 PM Movie: "One Desire" 5:30 News 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News (John Chancellor/David Brinkley) 7 PM That Nashville Music (guests: Don Williams, Connie Smith, Mel Street) 7:30 Hee Haw Honeys (guest: Janie Fricke) 8 PM Diff'rent Strokes 8:30 Who's Watching The Kids? (Jim Belushi stars) 9 PM Rockford Files 10 PM The Eddie Capra Mysteries 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show (Bob Newhart subs for Johnny) 1 AM Midnight Special (host Frankie Valli; Walter Egan, A Taste Of Honey, Atlanta Rhythm Section, Nick Gilder, tribute to Jim Croce) WLWT Ch. 5 Cincinnati (NBC) 5:45 Moment Of Meditation 5:50 Good Morning 6 AM PTL Club 7 AM Today 9 AM Donahue (no details given) 10 AM Card Sharks 10:30 Jeopardy! 11 AM High Rollers 11:30 Midday 12 N Bob Braun (Beverly Nye with a simple recipe for homemade candy) 1:30 Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 4 PM Big Valley 5 PM Streets Of San Francisco 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News 7 PM 5 Reports (mental-health facilities and available treatment in the greater Cincinnati area) 7:30 Name That Tune 8 PM Diff'rent Strokes 8:30 Who's Watching The Kids? 9 PM Rockford Files 10 PM The Eddie Capra Mysteries 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show 1 AM Midnight Special 2:30 Lightouch WCPO Ch. 9 Cincinnati (CBS)

5:55 Farm News 6 AM Sunrise Semester: "English Language Arts" 6:30 America's Problems And Challenges 7 AM CBS News (Lesley Stahl/Richard Threlkeld) 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Uncle Al 10 AM M*A*S*H (day-behind, delay from 3:30) 10:30 Price Is Right 11:30 All In The Family (delay from 10 AM) 12 N Noon Report 1 PM Search For Tomorrow (delay from 12:30) 1:30 As The World Turns 2:30 Guiding Light 3:30 CBS Afternoon Playhouse: "Joey And Redhawk" (conclusion--Ch. 9 is airing it a half-hour before the network) 4 PM Movie: "7th Cavalry" 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News (Walter Cronkite) 7 PM Joker's Wild 7:30 Cosmic Christmas (three visitors from outer space learn about the meaning of the Star of Bethlehem from a boy and his pet goose--animated) 8 PM Special Sesame Street Christmas (the Muppets, Leslie Uggams, Ethel Merman, Anne Murray, Dick Smothers, Imogene Coca, cameos by Henry Fonda and Michael Jackson) 9 PM Young And Foolish (Danny Thomas tries to find out what kids are "into" and comes up with this hour featuring Bob Hope, K.C. and the Sunshine Band, Kristy and Jimmy McNichol, Suzanne Somers, Jimmie Walker, Quinn Cummings, Marlo Thomas, Phil Donahue) 10 PM Flying High 11 PM News 11:30 Movie: "River Of No Return" 2 AM Movie: "Wake Island" 4 AM Sacred Heart 4:30 Praying The Rosary 4:45 News WHAS Ch. 11 Louisville (CBS) 6 AM Sideroads 6:30 Ed Allen Time 7 AM CBS News 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Search For Tomorrow 9:30 Young And The Restless (delay from noon) 10 AM Omelet (local talk show with Milton Metz and Faith Lyles) 10:30 Price Is Right 11:30 Love Of Life 11:55 CBS News (Douglas Edwards) 12 N News 12:30 Bob Braun (no details given) 1:30 As The World Turns 2:30 Guiding Light 3:30 M*A*S*H

4 PM Bonanza 5 PM Carol Burnett And Friends 5:30 Mary Tyler Moore 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Newlywed Game 7:30 Cosmic Christmas 8 PM Special Sesame Street Christmas 9 PM Young And Foolish 10 PM Flying High 11 PM News 11:30 New Avengers 12:40 CBS Movie: "Nightmare" 2:20 Movie: "Rhino!" 4:20 News WKRC Ch. 12 Cincinnati (ABC) 6 AM Make Peace With Nature 6:30 Not For Women Only (topic: motherhood; guests: authors Lyn Delliquadri and Louise Kaplan) 7 AM Good Morning America (David Hartman; guest Paul Newman) 9 AM Edge Of Night (delay from 4 PM) 9:30 $20,000 Pyramid (delay from noon) 10 AM Mike Douglas (co-host Gavin MacLeod; his wife Patti, Andy Williams, Patrick Macnee, a folk-dance group from the Philippines) 11 AM Happy Days 11:30 Family Feud 12 N Extra! (local, not the syndicated tabloid show) 12:30 Ryan's Hope 1 PM All My Children 2 PM One Life To Live 3 PM General Hospital 4 PM Dinah! (Cicely Tyson, actors Kevin Brophy and Melinda Naud, singer Tommie Young, discussion of food additives) 5:30 News 6:30 ABC World News Tonight 7 PM Tic Tac Dough 7:30 Newlywed Game 8 PM Donny & Marie (Ruth Buzzi, Gavin MacLeod, and Raquel Welch help Donny celebrate his 21st birthday.) 9 PM ABC Movie: "The Gift Of Love" (Marie Osmond and Timothy Bottoms play star-crossed lovers in 1890s New York.) 11 PM News 11:30 Movie: "Vera Cruz" 1:30 Movie: "The Brighton Strangler" WKPC Ch. 15 Louisville (PBS) 7:30 Sesame Street 8:30 Electric Company 9 AM Infinity Factory

9:30 Oasis In Space 10 AM Consumer Survival Kit 10:30 In-school programs 11 AM Infinity Factory 11:30 In-school programs 12 N Sesame Street 1 PM Electric Company 1:30 In-school programs 3 PM Over Easy (guest: Mitch Miller) 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 (guest: pianist Roger Williams) 7 PM MacNeil/Lehrer Report 7:30 Turnabout (what motivates young women to try out for the Kilgore Rangerettes, precision drill team from Kilgore, TX) 8 PM Washington Week In Review 8:30 Wall Street Week 9 PM Duchess Of Duke Street (Part 7) 10 PM Johnny Mathis (1977 concert from England) 11 PM Dick Cavett (guest: Allen Ginsberg) 11:30 Captioned ABC News WLEX Ch. 18 Lexington (NBC) 5:30 Arthur Smith 6 AM PTL Club 7 AM Today 9 AM Donahue (no details given) 10 AM Card Sharks 10:30 Jeopardy! 11 AM High Rollers 11:30 Wheel Of Fortune 12 N News 12:30 Bob Braun (no details given) 1:30 Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 4 PM Santa Claus 4:30 Batman 5 PM Beverly Hillbillies 5:30 News 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News 7 PM Family Affair 7:30 Donna Fargo (guest: Donny Most) 8 PM Diff'rent Strokes 8:30 Who's Watching The Kids? 9 PM Rockford Files 10 PM The Eddie Capra Mysteries 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show 1 AM Midnight Special

WXIX Ch. 19 Cincinnati (Ind.) 6:15 Perspective 7 AM Romper Room 7:30 New Zoo Revue 8 AM New Mickey Mouse Club 8:30 Groovie Goolies And Friends 9 AM Tom And Jerry 9:30 Flintstones 10 AM Dennis The Menace 10:30 Courtship Of Eddie's Father 11 AM Andy Griffith 11:30 Bewitched 12 N Medical Center (Robert Culp's wife France Nuyen as a Vietnamese war victim) 1 PM Movie: "Billion Dollar Brain" 3 PM Fred Flintstone And Friends 3:30 Popeye 4 PM Tom And Jerry 4:30 Spiderman 5 PM Gilligan's Island 5:30 My Three Sons 6 PM Brady Bunch 6:30 Carol Burnett And Friends 7 PM Mary Tyler Moore 7:30 Odd Couple 8 PM Holiday Cartoon Festival 9 PM Merv Griffin (Ethel Merman, Mark Hamill, William F. Buckley Jr.) 10:30 Cross-Wits (Vikki Carr, Vicki Lawrence, Soupy Sales, Orson Bean) 11 PM Gong Show (judges: Arte Johnson, Steve Martin, Jaye P. Morgan) 11:30 The Love Experts (Geoff Edwards, Nipsey Russell, Joyce Bulifant, Elaine Joyce) 12 M Ironside WKYT Ch. 27 Lexington (CBS) 7 AM CBS News 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Dinah! (Joey Bishop, Harvey Korman, Merlin Olsen, Loni Anderson) 10 AM All In The Family 10:30 Price Is Right 11:30 Love Of Life 11:55 CBS News 12 N Young And The Restless 12:30 Guiding Light 1:30 As The World Turns 2:30 Search For Tomorrow 3 PM Gomer Pyle, USMC 3:30 M*A*S*H 4 PM CBS Afternoon Playhouse: "Joey And Redhawk" (conclusion)

4:30 Santa Claus 5 PM Andy Griffith 5:30 News 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News 7 PM My Three Sons 7:30 Gift Of Winter (Dan Aykroyd and Gilda Radner provide voices for this cartoon about a group of people who petition the Ministry of Winter for snow.) 8 PM Special Sesame Street Christmas 9 PM Young And Foolish 10 PM Flying High 11 PM News 11:30 Movie: "Bless The Beasts And Children" WLKY 32 Alive Louisville (ABC) 6:30 Romper Room 7 AM Good Morning America 9 AM Donahue (no details given) 10 AM Green Acres 10:30 Edge Of Night 11 AM Happy Days 11:30 Family Feud 12 N $20,000 Pyramid (Lynn Redgrave, Bill Cullen) 12:30 Ryan's Hope 1 PM All My Children 2 PM One Life To Live 3 PM General Hospital 4 PM Everyday (Conrad Bain; actress Lilli Palmer and author Anita Loos discuss Hollywood's early days) 5 PM Dating Game 5:30 News 6 PM ABC World News Tonight 6:30 Tic Tac Dough 7 PM Joker's Wild 7:30 Match Game PM (David Doyle, Raymond Burr, Joyce Bulifant, Elaine Joyce, Charles Nelson Reilly, Brett Somers) 8 PM Donny & Marie 9 PM ABC Movie: "The Gift Of Love" 11 PM News 11:30 The Rookies 12 M Baretta (half-hour delay, guest: Tommy Lee Jones) 1:10 Movie: "Retreat, Hell!" WDRB Ch. 41 Louisville (Ind.) 7:45 News 8 AM New Zoo Revue 8:30 For You...Black Woman (guest: Grace Jones) 9 AM PTL Club 11 AM News/Introspect 11:30 The Bible With Pat Robertson 12 N 700 Club

1:30 Love, American Style 2 PM Not For Women Only (topic: homosexuality) 2:30 Bugs Bunny And Pals 3 PM New Mickey Mouse Club 3:30 Popeye 4 PM Three Stooges 4:30 Gilligan's Island (Hans Conried as incompetent pilot Wrong Way Feldman) 5 PM I Love Lucy 5:30 Battle Of The Planets 6 PM Six Million Dollar Man 7 PM Sanford And Son 7:30 My Three Sons 8 PM Gunsmoke 9 PM College Basketball: Purdue-Santa Clara in the opening round of the Cougar Classic 11 PM The Love Experts (Geoff Edwards, Nipsey Russell, Lois Nettleton, Nancy Lane, time approximate) 11:30 Movie: "Let's Dance" 1:30 Soul Train WTVQ Ch. 62 (Ch. 36) Lexington (ABC) 5:30 700 Club 7 AM Good Morning America 9 AM General Hospital 10 AM Marcus Welby, M.D. (Anne Baxter as Welby's girlfriend, who becomes overprotective of a pregnant, unmarried patient) 11 AM Happy Days 11:30 Family Feud 12 N $20,000 Pyramid 12:30 Ryan's Hope 1 PM All My Children 2 PM One Life To Live 3 PM Get Smart 3:30 Happy's Hour 3:45 Little Rascals 4 PM Tom And Jerry 4:30 Gilligan's Island 5 PM Brady Bunch 5:30 News 6 PM ABC World News Tonight 6:30 Gong Show (judges: Johnny Paycheck, Susan Ford, Pat McCormick) 7 PM Joker's Wild 7:30 Newlywed Game 8 PM Donny & Marie 9 PM ABC Movie: "The Gift Of Love" 11 PM News 11:30 Baretta 12:40 Juke Box (Twiggy welcomes Leo Sayer, the Little River Band, John Miles, R & J Stone) 1:10 Movie: "Arizona Raiders" 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) In-school programs until 3:30 Over Easy 4 PM Sesame Street 5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 5:30 Electric Company 6 PM Zoom 6:30 Guten Tag 7 PM MacNeil/Lehrer Report 7:30 Comment On Kentucky 8 PM Washington Week In Review 8:30 Wall Street Week 9 PM Farm Digest 9:30 Medix 10 PM The Pallisers (Part 14) sign off 11 PM Retro; New York City, Saturday, December 25, 1948 Source; NY Times Channels/Stations 2-WCBS-TV (CBS) 4-WNBT (NBC) 5-WABD (DuMont) 7-WJZ-TV (ABC) 11-WPIX (Ind) 13-WATV (Ind) MORNING 10:00 13-Test pattern 11:30 7-Film: Miracle on Main Street (Drama, 1939); Walter Abel, Margo 11:45 2-Music and weather AFTERNOON 12:00 2-Christmas Castle with Doris Brown 1:00 2-Film Theater; Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol (Drama/Fantasy, 1938); Reginald Owen, Gene Lockhart 1:15 7-Film; Pot o' Gold (Comedy, 1941); James Stewart, Paulette Goddard 2:00 2-St. Albans Veterans' Hospital Party 4-Knightsbridge Veterans' Hospital Party 5-Handel's Messiah 2:45 13-News, weather

3:00 13-Feature Film 3:45 7-Film; Beyond Tomorrow (Drama/Fantasy, 1940); Jean Parker, C. Aubrey Smith, Charles Winniger, Maria Ouspenskaya 4:00 4-Film; Little Men (Comedy/Drama, 1940); Kay Francis, Jack Oakie, George Bancroft, Jimmy Lydon 5-Merry Christmas Variety Show (to 8:30) 5:00 11-Toy Parade 13-Junior Frolic (children) 5:50 13-Camera Highlights (news) EVENING 6:00 2-Dickens' Christmas Carol, with the Baltimore Children's Group 4-Films 11-News; Six Gun Playhouse 6:30 7-Alexander's Quizdom Class 7:00 2-Film; Enchanted Forest (1945, Drama); Edmund Lowe, Brenda Joyce 7-News and Views; Christmas Story 13-Film; Lightnin' Bill Carson (Western, 1936); Tim McCoy 7:30 4-Television Screen Magazine with Roy Forrest 7-Joe Hazel Sports Review 11-Newsreel 7:40 11-Your New York 7:45 7-Earl Wrightson Show 8:00 2-Christmas Present Variety Show; Gypsy Rose Lee, Georgia Gibbs 4-NBC Christmas Concert 7-At Home, And How 13-Film; Starlight Night 8:30 7-Film; Golden Glory 9:00 2-Film; Silver Skates (1943, Musical); Kenny Baker 4-Film; Cheers for Miss Biishop (1941, Drama); Martha Scott, William Gargan 7-NBA Basketball; New York vs. Chicago 11-Film; Jungle Book (1942, Fantasy), Sabu 10:15 11-Newsreel This is how New York area TV viewers celebrated Christmas in 1948. Retro: Kentucky Monday, December 25, 1967 From TV Guide, Kentucky Edition: WAVE Ch. 3 Louisville (NBC)

7 AM Today (from the Cloisters, New York City's medieval art museum (part of the Metropolitan Museum of Art), the New York Pro Musica ensemble performs traditional songs; museum director Thomas P.F. Hoving discusses the works of art with Hugh Downs and Barbara Walters) 9 AM Morning Show 9:55 News 10 AM Christmas At Washington Cathedral 11 AM Personality (Sam Levenson, Sheila MacRae, Betsy Palmer; on-film: George Hamilton) 11:30 Hollywood Squares (Morey Amsterdam, Sebastian Cabot, Jack Carter, Mike Connors, Wally Cox, Abby Dalton, Eartha Kitt, Barbara Rush, Charley Weaver) 12 N Jeopardy! 12:30 Eye Guess 12:55 NBC News (Edwin Newman) 1 PM Dr. Kildare 2 PM Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 3:30 You Don't Say! (Chad Everett, Patricia Crowley) 4 PM Movie: "The Three Worlds Of Gulliver" 5:30 Flintstones 6 PM News, Weather And Sports 6:30 Huntley-Brinkley Report 7 PM Movie: "The Best Things In Life Are Free" 9 PM Danny Thomas Hour: Van Johnson, Janice Rule, and Jack Carter in "Is Charlie Coming?" Johnson plays a novelist-turned-gagwriter for a nightclub comic who's trying to get up the nerve to write a second novel, something he's been trying to do for five years. 10 PM I Spy 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Tonight Show (Victor Borge subs for Johnny; guest: pianist Leonid Hambro) WLW-T Ch. 5 Cincinnati (NBC) 6:15 Moment Of Meditation 6:20 Good Morning 6:30 University Of Michigan 7 AM Today (Ch. 5 carries only the first 90 minutes today.) 8:30 Paul Dixon (the Village Voices from the Greenhills section of Cincinnati, Paul's traditional Christmas guests) 10 AM Christmas At Washington Cathedral 11 AM Personality 11:30 Hollywood Squares 12 N Bob Braun (visits to hospitals which benefit from the Ruth Lyons Christmas Fund, and performances of seasonal music she composed) 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 Afternoon Show 5:30 News, Weather And Sports 6:30 Huntley-Brinkley Report 7 PM I Love Lucy 7:30 The Monkees 8 PM Man From U.N.C.L.E. 9 PM Danny Thomas Hour 10 PM I Spy 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Tonight Show WCPO Ch. 9 Cincinnati (CBS) 6:20 Farm News 6:30 Young World 7 AM Local News 7:05 CBS News (Joseph Benti) 7:30 Bozo The Clown 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Uncle Al 10:30 Beverly Hillbillies 11 AM Andy Griffith 11:30 Dick Van Dyke (the classic where the cast puts on a Christmas show) 12 N Noon Report 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 12:45 Guiding Light 1 PM Girl Talk (Joan Rivers, singer Laura Greene, actress Connie Sawyer) 1:30 As The World Turns 2 PM Love Is A Many Splendored Thing 2:30 Art Linkletter's House Party (Art's grandchildren and singer Gogi Grant) 3 PM To Tell The Truth 3:25 CBS News (Douglas Edwards) 3:30 Edge Of Night 4 PM Secret Storm 4:30 Mike Douglas (co-host Ed Nelson, Totie Fields, Phyllis Kirk, ragtime pianist Big Tiny Little, author Albert Gerber on movie censorship) 6 PM News, Weather And Sports 6:30 Young People's Concert: "A Toast To Vienna In 3/4 Time" (delay from 5 PM) 7:30 Gunsmoke 8:30 The Lucy Show 9 PM Andy Griffith 9:30 Family Affair 10 PM Carol Burnett (guests: Sid Caesar and Ella Fitzgerald; Carol shows clips from "The Jungle Book" and dances with three characters from the film) 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Pat Boone (George Burns, Phil Ford and Mimi Hines, Rich Little, singer Robie Porter) 1 AM Christopher Closeup

1:15 Local News WHAS Ch. 11 Louisville (CBS) 6:40 Howdy, Neighbors 7:05 Fisbie Funnies 7:35 CBS News 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM T-Bar-V Ranch 9:55 Come A Carolin' 10 AM Candid Camera 10:30 Beverly Hillbillies 11 AM Andy Griffith 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 Christmas Lost And Found (Davey and Goliath take part in a play about the Wise Men and learn the true meaning of Christmas.) 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 Popeye's Cartoon Circus 5 PM Young People's Concert: "A Toast To Vienna In 3/4 Time" 6 PM News, Weather, Sports (still b&w) 6:30 CBS News (Walter Cronkite) 7 PM Wilburn Brothers 7:30 Gunsmoke 8:30 The Lucy Show 9 PM Andy Griffith 9:30 Movie: "Rebel Without A Cause" 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Movie: "Irene" WKRC Ch. 12 Cincinnati (ABC) 7 AM Your College Guide 7:30 Movie: "Poor Little Rich Girl" (Shirley Temple) 8:30 Jack LaLanne 9 AM Treasure Isle (debut, one-week delay from 12:30) 9:30 The Fugitive (delay from 1 PM) 10:30 Donna Reed 11 AM Temptation (Art James, not Rossi Moreales) 11:25 Children's Doctor 11:30 How's Your Mother-In-Law? (Marty Ingels, Corbett Monica, Joe E. Ross--Wink Martindale hosts) 12 N Skipper Ryle 1 PM Newlywed Game (delay from 2 PM)

1:30 Addams Family (pre-empts Woody Woodbury) 2 PM U.S. Open Highlights (Jack Nicklaus won that year.) 2:15 North-South Shrine Game 5 PM Perry Mason (time approximate) 6 PM Merv Griffin (Jack Carter, Jackie "Moms" Mabley, Rocky Graziano, singer Emily Yancy, child actress Bayn Johnson) 7:20 News, Weather And Sports 7:30 Cowboy In Africa (Chuck Connors) 8:30 Rat Patrol 9 PM Felony Squad 9:30 Peyton Place 10 PM Big Valley 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Joey Bishop (Tony Martin, Fran Jeffries, Victor Buono, Flip Wilson) WFPK (WKPC) Ch. 15 Louisville (NET) 8 PM What's New 8:30 Arnold Toynbee (the historian talks about humanity's responsibility for the fate of civilization) 9 PM NET Journal: "Where Is Prejudice?" (as an experiment, college students of different faiths and races confront each other over a week--and demonstrate a great deal of antagonism and open hostility towards one another) sign off 10 PM WLEX Ch. 18 Lexington (NBC/CBS) 7 AM Today 9 AM Rip Van Winkle (performed by the Rufus Rose Marionettes) 9:55 Take Five 10 AM Christmas At Washington Cathedral 11 AM Personality 11:30 Hollywood Squares 12 N Jeopardy! 12:30 Eye Guess 12:55 NBC News 1 PM Secret Storm 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 (Phyllis Diller, Mitch Miller) 4:25 NBC News (Floyd Kalber) 4:30 Let's Make A Deal 5 PM Rifleman 5:30 Popeye/Felix 5:45 News And Livestock Report 6 PM News, Weather And Sports 6:30 Huntley-Brinkley Report 7 PM Stoneman Family 7:30 The Monkees 8 PM Ford Philpot (the host of Ch. 18's "The Story"

with a Christmas message) 9 PM Danny Thomas Hour 10 PM I Spy 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Tonight Show WKYT Ch. 27 Lexington (ABC/CBS) 6:30 TV Party Line 7:30 CBS News 7:55 News And Weather 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Town Talk (expands to an hour for a Christmas show, pre-empts "Dark Shadows" at 9:30) 10 AM Dating Game 10:30 Everybody's Talking (John Forsythe, Pat Carroll, Soupy Sales--delay from noon) 11 AM Andy Griffith 11:30 Dick Van Dyke 12 N Love Of Life 12:25 News And Weather 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 12:45 Guiding Light 1 PM Newlywed Game 1:30 Donna Reed 2 PM U.S. Open Highlights 2:15 North-South Shrine Game 5 PM Young People's Concert: "A Toast To Vienna In 3/4 Time" (time approximate) 6 PM News, Weather And Sports 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Hogan's Heroes (delay from Sat 9 PM) 7:30 Gunsmoke 8:30 The Lucy Show 9 PM Andy Griffith 9:30 Peyton Place 10 PM Carol Burnett 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Movie: "Holiday" WLKY Ch. 32 Louisville (ABC) 8 AM You Asked For It (Smilin' Jack Smith) 8:30 Romper Room 9 AM Merv Griffin (Carl Reiner, Shari Lewis, Anthony and the Imperials, Norm Crosby, Dr. Joyce Brothers) 10:30 Donna Reed 11 AM Temptation 11:25 Children's Doctor 11:30 How's Your Mother-In-Law? 12 N Everybody's Talking (the show's last week: Pat Carroll, Milt Kamen, Leonard Nimoy) 12:30 Treasure Isle 1 PM The Fugitive

2 PM U.S. Open Highlights 2:15 North-South Shrine Game 5 PM NBA Basketball: Lakers-San Diego Rockets (time approximate) 7 PM News, Weather And Sports (time approximate, normally airs at 5 PM) 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 Joey Bishop Retro: Kentucky Monday, December 25, 1978 From TV Guide, Kentucky Edition: WAVE Ch. 3 Louisville (NBC) 6:30 Today In WAVE Country 7 AM Today (Tom Brokaw/Jane Pauley) 9 AM Morning Show Christmas 10 AM Christmas At Washington Cathedral 11 AM High Rollers 11:30 Wheel Of Fortune 12 N Midday 12:30 Mike Douglas (co-hosts Rita Walter and Dennis Cooney of "As The World Turns," Red Buttons, Eva Marie Saint, singer Livingston Taylor (James's brother)) 1:30 Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Adam-12 3:30 Fiesta Bowl: Arkansas-UCLA 6:30 NBC News (John Chancellor/David Brinkley, time approximate) 7 PM Jack Van Impe (from Israel, Rev. Van Impe speaks on the life of Christ) 8 PM Little House On The Prairie 9 PM NBC Movie: "Sunshine Christmas" 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show (John Davidson subs for Johnny; Patrick Duffy, Stephanie Edwards, baritone William Walker) 1 AM Tomorrow (lyricist Alan Jay Lerner) WLWT Ch. 5 Cincinnati (NBC) 5:50 Good Morning 6 AM PTL Club 7 AM Today 9 AM Donahue 10 AM Christmas Mass (conducted by the Most Reverend Joseph L. Bernardin, Archbishop of Cincinnati)

11 AM High Rollers 11:30 Midday 12 N Bob Braun 1:30 Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Doris Day 3:30 Fiesta Bowl 6:30 NBC News (time approximate) 7 PM Christmas Is (animated tale of a young boy transported back to the first Christmas) 7:30 Family Feud 8 PM Little House On The Prairie 9 PM NBC Movie: "Sunshine Christmas" 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show 1 AM Tomorrow WCPO Ch. 9 Cincinnati (CBS) 6:25 News 6:30 Impact 7 AM CBS News (Lesley Stahl/Richard Threlkeld) 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Uncle Al 10 AM Match Game '78 (Brett Somers, Fannie Flagg, delay from Fri 4 PM) 10:30 Price Is Right 11:30 All In The Family (delay from 10 AM) 12 N Noon Report 1 PM Peach Bowl: Purdue-Georgia Tech 4 PM Movie: "Holiday Inn" (time approximate) 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News (Walter Cronkite) 7 PM Joker's Wild 7:30 The Next Step Beyond 8 PM White Shadow 9 PM M*A*S*H 9:30 One Day At A Time 10 PM Lou Grant 11 PM News 11:30 Rockford Files 12:40 CBS Movie: "The Spiral Staircase" 2:30 Christopher Closeup 2:45 Praying The Rosary 3 AM News WHAS Ch. 11 Louisville (CBS) 6:30 Ed Allen Time (exercises) 7 AM CBS News 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Search For Tomorrow (delay from 12:30 PM) 9:30 Young And The Restless (delay from 12 N) 10 AM Omelet (local talk show) 10:30 Price Is Right 11:30 Love Of Life

11:55 CBS News (Douglas Edwards) 12 N Bob Braun 1 PM Peach Bowl 4 PM NBA Basketball: 76ers-Knicks (time approximate) 6 PM Action 11 Magazine (time approximate) 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Newlywed Game 7:30 Comedy Shop (Carl Ballantine, Bobby Kelton, Ric Rodell) 8 PM White Shadow 9 PM M*A*S*H 9:30 One Day At A Time 10 PM Lou Grant 11 PM News 11:30 Rockford Files 12:40 CBS Movie: "The Spiral Staircase" 2:30 News WKRC Ch. 12 Cincinnati (ABC) 6 AM Viewpoint On Nutrition 6:30 Not For Women Only (Part 1 of 5 on allergies) 7 AM Good Morning America (David Hartman--guest is Dave Prowse, who played Darth Vader in "Star Wars") 9 AM Edge Of Night (delay from 4 PM) 9:30 $20,000 Pyramid (delay from 12 N) 10 AM Mike Douglas (co-host Jerry Lewis, Joseph Bottoms, Tanya Tucker, Vidal and Beverly Sassoon, former representative Wilbur Mills) 11 AM Happy Days 11:30 Family Feud 12 N Extra! (local) 12:30 Ryan's Hope 1 PM All My Children 2 PM One Life To Live 3 PM General Hospital 4 PM Dinah! (couples: Dick and Pat Van Patten, Hal and Frances Linden, George and Brenda Carlin, also ice sculptor Earl Macomber) 5:30 News 6:30 ABC World News Tonight 7 PM Tic Tac Dough 7:30 Newlywed Game 8 PM Emergency One! 9 PM ABC Movie: "Green Eyes" 11 PM News 11:30 Police Story (Lloyd Bridges as Joe Forrester) 1:10 Baretta (delay from Fri 11:30 PM) WKPC Ch. 15 Louisville (PBS) 1 PM Piccadilly Circus ("Alice Through The Looking Glass") 2:30 Sing We Noel (the Mormon Youth Symphony and Chorus) 3 PM Over Easy (journalist I.F. Stone) 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 (flamenco guitarist Carlos Montoya) 7 PM MacNeil/Lehrer Report 7:30 Black Perspective On The News 8 PM A Child's Christmas In Wales (Michael Redgrave reads Dylan Thomas' boyhood recollections as the National Theatre of the Deaf interprets in sign language.) 9 PM Gift To Last (Melvyn Douglas in a Christmas drama set in turn-of-the-20th-century Ontario) 10 PM Silent Night 10:30 Sneak Previews ("Superman" and "Oliver's Story") 11 PM Dick Cavett (guest: P.D.Q. Bach) 11:30 In Search Of The Real America 12 M Lilias, Yoga And You WLEX Ch. 18 Lexington (NBC) 5:30 Arthur Smith 6 AM PTL Club 7 AM Today 9 AM Donahue 10 AM Christmas At Washington Cathedral 11 AM High Rollers 11:30 Wheel Of Fortune 12 N News 12:30 Bob Braun 1:30 Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Beverly Hillbillies 3:30 Fiesta Bowl 6:30 NBC News (time approximate) 7 PM Americanization Of Elias (a Romanian immigrant boy faces problems of assimilation in early 1900s America) 7:30 Hollywood Squares (John Byner, George Gobel, Steve Landesberg (R.I.P.), the Lennon Sisters, Rose Marie, Paul Williams, Tammy Wynette, Paul Lynde) 8 PM Little House On The Prairie 9 PM NBC Movie: "Sunshine Christmas" 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show 1 AM Tomorrow WXIX Ch. 19 Cincinnati (Ind.) 6:15 Perspective 7 AM Romper Room 7:30 New Zoo Revue 8 AM New Mickey Mouse Club (in the Talent Showcase: Mouseketeer Mindy Cohn) 8:30 Groovie Goolies And Friends 9 AM Tom And Jerry

9:30 Flintstones 10 AM Dennis The Menace 10:30 Courtship Of Eddie's Father 11 AM Andy Griffith 11:30 Bewitched 12 N Sleeping Beauty (performed by the Royal Ballet) 3 PM Fred Flintstone & Friends 3:30 Popeye 4 PM Tom And Jerry 4:30 Spiderman 5 PM Gilligan's Island 5:30 My Three Sons 6 PM Brady Bunch 6:30 Carol Burnett And Friends (guest Sammy Davis Jr.) 7 PM Mary Tyler Moore 7:30 Odd Couple (one of my favorites: their take on "A Christmas Carol" finds a dreaming Oscar being haunted by the ghost of Felix Unger) 8 PM Gunsmoke 9 PM Merv Griffin (Leonard Nimoy, Tony Danza, Charlie Callas, Yuichiro Miura, who skied down Mount Everest) 10:30 Cross-Wits (Lyle Waggoner, Elaine Joyce, Fred Grandy, Barbara Rhoades) 11 PM Gong Show (judges: Allen Ludden, Arte Johnson, Jaye P. Morgan) 11:30 Love Experts 12 M Ironside WKYT Ch. 27 Lexington (CBS) 7 AM CBS News 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Not For Women Only (women in sports: Althea Gibson, Patty Berg) 9:30 Dinah! (same as Ch. 12) 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 Peach Bowl 4 PM NBA Basketball: 76ers-Knicks (time approximate) 6 PM News (time approximate) 6:30 CBS News 7 PM My Three Sons 7:30 Pop Goes The Country (La Costa, Mickey Gilley, Ava Barber (Lawrence Welk's "country gal")) 8 PM White Shadow 9 PM M*A*S*H 9:30 One Day At A Time 10 PM Lou Grant 11 PM News 11:30 Rockford Files 12:40 CBS Movie: "The Spiral Staircase"

WLKY 32 Alive Louisville (ABC) 6:30 Romper Room 7 AM Good Morning America 9 AM Donahue (topic: gifted women) 10 AM Green Acres 10:30 Edge Of Night 11 AM Happy Days 11:30 Family Feud 12 N 32 Alive Christmas Card (pre-empts "$20,000 Pyramid") 12:30 Ryan's Hope 1 PM All My Children 2 PM One Life To Live 3 PM General Hospital 4 PM Everyday (the Bay City Rollers, Dan Haggerty, Kitty Kelley, author of "Jackie Oh!") 5 PM The City That Forgot About Christmas 5:30 Christmas Is 6 PM ABC World News Tonight 6:30 Tic Tac Dough 7 PM Joker's Wild 7:30 Family Feud 8 PM Pilot: "Fast Lane Blues" (this sounds more like a reality show than a sitcom: a group of "average Americans" is picked for a cross-country auto race for $1,000,000--watch for Tony Danza and Bert Parks) 9 PM ABC Movie: "Green Eyes" 11 PM News 11:30 The Rookies 12 M Police Story (half-hour delay) WDRB Ch. 41 Louisville (Ind.) 7:45 News 8 AM New Zoo Revue 8:30 Bugs Bunny 9 AM PTL Club 11 AM Geneva Blancett (religion) 11:30 Life In The Spirit 12 N 700 Club 1:30 Movie: "Christmas In Connecticut" 3:30 New Mickey Mouse Club (same as Ch. 19) 4 PM Popeye 4:30 Gilligan's Island 5 PM I Love Lucy (Tennessee Ernie Ford guests as the California-bound Ricardos and Mertzes get jailed in Bent Fork) 5:30 Movie: "Once Upon A Time" (animated collection of fairy tales, produced in Europe) 7 PM Sanford And Son 7:30 My Three Sons 8 PM Gunsmoke 9 PM Merv Griffin (actress-models Barbara Carrera and Cheryl Tiegs, models Matt Collins and John McMurray,

model agent Nina Blanchard) 10:30 Odd Couple (same as Ch. 19) 11 PM Love Experts (Geoff Edwards, Soupy Sales, Elaine Joyce, Mitzi McCall) 11:30 Movie: "The Shadow On The Window" WTVQ Ch. 62 (Ch. 36) Lexington (ABC) 5:30 700 Club 7 AM Good Morning America 9 AM General Hospital 10 AM Marcus Welby, M.D. 11 AM Happy Days 11:30 Family Feud 12 N $20,000 Pyramid (Daryl Anderson, Susan Richardson) 12:30 Ryan's Hope 1 PM All My Children 2 PM One Life To Live 3 PM Get Smart 3:30 Happy's Hour 3:45 Little Rascals 4 PM Tom And Jerry 4:30 Gilligan's Island 5 PM Brady Bunch 5:30 News 6 PM ABC World News Tonight 6:30 That's Hollywood! 7 PM Joker's Wild 7:30 Newlywed Game 8 PM Mary Tyler Moore 8:30 Hee Haw Honeys (guest: comedian Jacky Ward) 9 PM ABC Movie: "Green Eyes" 11 PM News 11:30 Police Story 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) 3:30 Over Easy (same as Ch. 15's afternoon broadcast) 4 PM Sesame Street 5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 5:30 Electric Company 6 PM Zoom 6:30 Studio See 7 PM MacNeil/Lehrer Report 7:30 Dick Cavett (same as Ch. 15) 8 PM Evening At Symphony 9:30 Movie: "Hester Street" sign off 11:45 PM Retro: Eastern Virginia Friday, December 25, 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 TBA ("Sunrise Semester" does not air today) 6:50 Lift Up Mine Eyes 7 AM CBS News (John Hart) 7:30 Flibbertigibbet 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Dick Lamb (local talk show) 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 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 S. Hurok Presents (impresario Sol Hurok presents a Christmas concert by two Russian artists: violinist David Olstrakh and pianist Sviatoslav Richter) 5:30 Hazel 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News (Walter Cronkite) 7 PM Dick Van Dyke 7:30 The Interns 8:30 The Headmaster 9 PM Movie: "40 Pounds Of Trouble" 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Tackle Box 11:45 Movie: "The Inn Of The Sixth Happiness" (news follows the movie) WSVA (WHSV) Ch. 3 Harrisonburg (NBC/ABC) 8 AM Today (joined in progress) 9 AM Bugs Bunny/Porky Pig 9:30 Galloping Gourmet 10 AM Christmas At Washington Cathedral (apparently NBC carried this service then; today WJLA is the originating stations and Allbritton Communications carries it on an ad-hoc network) 11 AM Sale Of The Century 11:30 Hollywood Squares 12 N Bewitched (an episode that aired today on WGN America: Esmerelda conjures up Santa) 12:30 A World Apart

1 PM All My Children 1:30 Let's Make A Deal 2 PM Newlywed Game 2:30 Christmas Music (the Shenandoah Valley Academy) 3 PM The Messiah (presented by the music and drama departments of Madison College, Harrisonburg) 4:30 North-South Shrine Game (will begin after ABC's coverage of the Hawks-Suns game, airing on Chs. 8 and 13) 7:30 Brady Bunch (time approximate) 8 PM Nanny And The Professor 8:30 Partridge Family 9 PM That Girl 9:30 Love, American Style 10 PM This Is Tom Jones (Christmas show with Ella Fitzgerald, Rudolf Nureyev, and the Welsh Treorchy Male Choir) 11 PM News, Weather, Sports (still in b&w) 11:30 Dick Cavett WTVR Ch. 6 Richmond (CBS) 6 AM Christmas Special (Don Murray--not to be confused with Don Morrow--hosts, guests are Pat Boone, Jackie Vernon, Shari Lewis and her puppets, the Free Design, the Little People) 7 AM Christmas Music: St. Gertrude's Glee Club 7:30 Christmas Music: Maggie Walker High School Choir 8 AM Christmas Music: Hermitage High School Choir 8:30 Christmas Music: Longwood College Choir 9 AM Captain Kangaroo 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 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 S. Hurok Presents 5:30 Christmas Music: St. Gertrude's Glee Club 6 PM News, Weather, Sports 6:30 CBS News 7 PM News, Weather 7:30 The Interns 8:30 The Headmaster 9 PM CBS Movie: "Life With Father" 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Movie: "Threepenny Opera" (where the song "Mack the Knife" originated) WXEX (WRIC) Ch. 8 Petersburg-Richmond (ABC)

7 AM R.F.D. 8 7:30 News 8 AM Contact (local, with John Mackin) 8:50 Fashions In Sewing 9 AM Virginia Graham (Pamela Mason, comedy writer Pat McCormick, singer John Stewart-"Dialing For Dollars" interrupts) 10 AM The Saint ("Dialing For Dollars" interrupts) 11 AM Divorce Court 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 NBA Basketball: Hawks-Suns 4:30 North-South Shrine Game (time approximate) 7:30 Brady Bunch (time approximate) 8 PM Nanny And The Professor 8:30 Partridge Family 9 PM That Girl 9:30 Love, American Style 10 PM This Is Tom Jones 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Movie: "1001 Arabian Nights" (Mr. Magoo in Bagdad--animated) News follows the movie. WAVY Ch. 10 Norfolk (NBC) 6:30 Farm Show 7 AM Today 9 AM David Frost (King Hussein of Jordan, interviewed while in the U.S. earlier in the month, Jackie Vernon-"Dialing For Dollars" interrupts) 10 AM Christmas At Washington Cathedral 11 AM Sale Of The Century 11:30 Hollywood Squares 12 N Jeopardy! 12:30 Who, What Or Where 12:55 NBC News (Floyd Kalber) 1 PM Somerset (Another World/Somerset) 1:30 News Magazine 2 PM Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World (Another World/Bay City) 3:30 I Love Lucy (the country-club dance episode with Barbara Eden) 4 PM Wild Wild West 5 PM Star Trek/The Invaders (doesn't say which) 6 PM News, Weather, Sports 6:30 NBC News (Chancellor/Brinkley/McGee) 7 PM Petticoat Junction 7:30 High Chaparral 8:30 Name Of The Game

10 PM Bracken's World (last show, to be replaced Jan. 8 by "Strange Report") 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Tonight Show (Jerry Lewis subs for Johnny; Tiny Tim, Julie Budd) 1 AM News, Weather, Sports WWBT Ch. 12 Richmond (NBC) 6:30 Virginia Almanac 7 AM Today 9 AM A Day For Dancing: the Christmas story is retold through carols presented by the Richmond Choral Society and Virginia Theater Dance Ensemble (first aired the previous Sunday, 7 PM) 9:30 Movie Game 10 AM Christmas At Washington Cathedral 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 Flintstones 4 PM Petticoat Junction 4:30 Star Trek 5:30 News, Weather, Sports 6 PM Perry Mason 7 PM NBC News 7:30 High Chaparral 8:30 Name Of The Game 10 PM Bracken's World 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Tonight Show WVEC Ch. 13 Norfolk (ABC) 6:30 Film 7 AM Comedy Time ("Skippy The Bush Kangaroo" is included) 8 AM Happy New Year (Davey and Goliath learn the meaning of Christmas) 8:30 Christmas Special (Christmas as seen through a child's eyes) 9 AM To Tell The Truth (Orson Bean, Kitty Carlisle, Bill Cullen, Marian Mercer) 9:30 Movie: "Miracle In The Rain" 11:20 Fashions In Sewing 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 NBA Basketball: Hawks-Suns 4:30 North-South Shrine Game (time approximate) 7:30 Brady Bunch (time approximate) 8 PM Nanny And The Professor 8:30 Partridge Family 9 PM That Girl 9:30 Love, American Style 10 PM This Is Tom Jones 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:35 Dark Shadows (apparently Ch. 13, like Ch. 8, saved up the week's episodes and ran them in one two-and-a-half-hour sitting, although this week it would be only two hours since the show was pre-empted today) WHRO/15 is not included in TV Guide's listings. WCVE Ch. 23 Richmond (PBS) 4 PM Sesame Street 5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 5:30 Sesame Street 6:30 Christmas Through The Years 7:30 Film (Bill Cosby narrates a film about the birth of Christ.) 8 PM Realities 9 PM Virginia Folk Festival 9:30 Book Beat (Lady Bird Johnson's "A White House Diary") 10 PM Pete Seeger (a Christmas show from a New England coach house) sign off 11 PM WYAH (WGNT) Ch. 27 Portsmouth (Ind.) 3 PM Panorama 3:30 Romper Room 4:30 Mister Ed 5 PM Leave It To Beaver 5:30 Jim And Tammy 6:30 Flipper 7 PM News, Weather, Sports 7:30 Inspiration Time 8 PM Christmas Music (Ferguson High School, Newport News) 9 PM Film 9:30 Billy Graham 10:30 News, Weather, Sports sign off 11 PM Retro: Kentucky Saturday, December 23, 1967

From TV Guide, Kentucky Edition: WAVE Ch. 3 Louisville (NBC) 6:45 Light Time 7 AM Farming With Jack Crowner 7:30 Movie: "Little Giant" (Abbott and Costello) 9 AM Super 6 9:30 Super President 10 AM Flintstones 10:30 Samson & Goliath 11 AM Birdman And The Galaxy Trio 11:30 Atom Ant/Secret Squirrel 12 N Top Cat 12:30 Cool McCool 1 PM Forest Rangers 1:30 Kentucky Afield 2 PM Country Music 2:30 It's A Small World 3 PM Film Feature: "The Constant Witness" 3:30 GE College Bowl: University of Washington (Seattle) vs. either Barnard College (NY) or Jackson College for Women (MA) 4 PM Man From U.N.C.L.E. (delay from Mon 8 PM) 5 PM Country Music 5:30 Porter Wagoner 6 PM News, Weather And Sports 6:30 McHale's Navy 7 PM Teen Beat 7:30 Maya (Jay North starred in this one) 8:30 Get Smart 9 PM NBC Movie: "Wild Seed" 11 PM News, Weather And Sports 11:15 Movie: "Bell, Book And Candle" (as I mentioned on another posting, this movie was an inspiration for "Bewitched") WLW-T Ch. 5 Cincinnati (NBC) 7:30 Farm Front 8 AM Mr. Hop 9 AM Super 6 9:30 Super President 10 AM Flintstones 10:30 Samson & Goliath 11 AM Birdman And The Galaxy Trio 11:30 Atom Ant/Secret Squirrel 12 N Top Cat 12:30 Cool McCool 1 PM Nick Clooney's Bandstand 2 PM Movie: "Jack And The Beanstalk" (Abbott and Costello) 3:30 AFL Highlights 4 PM Movie: "The Lion And The Horse" 5:30 It's Academic 6 PM News, Weather And Sports

6:30 Midwestern Hayride (guest: George ("Candy Kisses") Morgan) 7:30 King Family Christmas Special 8:30 Get Smart 9 PM NBC Movie: "Wild Seed" 11 PM News, Weather And Sports 11:30 Movie: "Close To My Heart" WCPO Ch. 9 Cincinnati (CBS) 5:50 Farm News 6 AM Sunrise Semester: "Russian Literature" 6:30 College Guide: Hiram College, Hiram, OH 7 AM Funny Company 7:30 Play It Safe 8 AM Cartoons A Go-Go 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 Big Time Wrestling 1:30 NFL Pre-Game 2 PM NFL Western Conference Championship: Packers-Rams (the Packers would go on to defeat the Cowboys the following Sunday (31st) in the infamous "Ice Bowl" and then beat the Raiders in Super Bowl II) 5 PM Porter Wagoner (time approximate) 5:30 Lawman 6 PM News, Weather And Sports 6:30 Upbeat (The Platters, Kenny O'Dell, the Outsiders ("Time Won't Let Me")) (IIRC, this show originated at sister station WEWS; somebody correct me on this.) 7:30 Jackie Gleason (the Poor Soul imagines himself in a world of fairy tales; Art Carney plays Old King Cole, Sheila MacRae is the Old Woman in the Shoe, Jane Kean is a princess rescued from a dragon) 8:30 My Three Sons (guest: Jeremy Clyde of Chad and Jeremy, who helps Chip's rock band win a contest) 9 PM Hogan's Heroes 9:30 Petticoat Junction 10 PM Mannix 11 PM News, Weather And Sports 11:30 Movie: "Come To The Stable" 1 AM Movies: "Three Coins In The Fountain," "Love Is A Many Splendored Thing," "Mother Was A Freshman" (all but the last are in color) WHAS Ch. 11 Louisville (CBS) 7 AM Sunrise Semester (same as Ch. 9) 7:30 Fisbie Funnies 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 NFL Pre-Game 2 PM NFL Western Conference Championship: Packers-Rams 5 PM Leave It To Beaver (time approximate) 5:30 Hi-Varieties 6:25 Local News 6:30 CBS News (Roger Mudd) 7 PM Hayloft Hoedown 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 (still in b&w) 11:30 Movie: "The Great Lover" (Bob Hope) WKRC Ch. 12 Cincinnati (ABC) 6:45 Davey And Goliath 7 AM Discovery '67 (delay from Sun 11:30 AM, airs in b&w) 7:30 Linus The Lionhearted (delay from Sun 10 AM, but in color) 8 AM Movie: "Savage Mutiny" (Johnny Weissmuller as Jungle Jim, from '53) 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 (Bruce Channel sings "Hey Baby" and "Mr. Bus Driver"; on film, the Beatles do "Hello, Good-by") 1:30 The Messiah (performed at the U.S. Naval Academy) 2 PM Davey & Goliath 2:30 Noel Taper Singers 3 PM Film Feature 3:30 1967 Coaches' All-America Football Team 4 PM Bluebonnet Bowl: Miami-Colorado 6:30 Flying Fisherman (time approximate) 7 PM Matches And Mates (Art James hosts) 7:30 Dating Game (guest: Rod McKuen) 8 PM Newlywed Game 8:30 Lawrence Welk (Christmas show) 9:30 Iron Horse 10:30 ABC Movie: "The Big Gamble" (delay from Wed 9 PM)

12:30 ABC News (Keith McBee) 12:45 See The U.S.A. (New Hampshire) 1:15 Insight WFPK (WKPC) Ch. 15 Louisville (NET) off air on Saturdays WLEX Ch. 18 Lexington (NBC/CBS) 7 AM Agriculture U.S.A. 7:30 King Kong (airs in b&w) 8 AM Popeye/Felix 8:30 New Casper Cartoon Show (airs in b&w) 9 AM Super 6 9:30 Super President 10 AM Flintstones 10:30 Samson & Goliath 11 AM Birdman And The Galaxy Trio 11:30 Atom Ant/Secret Squirrel 12 N Top Cat 12:30 Cool McCool 1 PM New Shapes: Education 1:30 NFL Pre-Game 2 PM NFL Western Conference Championship: Packers-Rams 5:30 Grand Ole Opry (Flatt and Scruggs, guest: Bill Carlisle) 6 PM Porter Wagoner (guests: the Hillsiders) 6:30 You Asked For It (Smilin' Jack Smith) 7 PM NFL Game Of The Week 7:30 Jackie Gleason 8:30 Get Smart 9 PM NBC Movie: "Wild Seed" 11 PM News, Weather And Sports 11:30 Movie: "The Easy Way" (Cary Grant, Betsy Drake--they have three children and adopt a fourth--sounds like a warmup for "Room For One More") WKYT Ch. 27 Lexington (ABC/CBS) 6:30 Across The Fence 7 AM Discovery '67 7:30 Linus The Lionhearted (not in color) 8 AM Beatles (not in color) 8:30 Road Runner (CBS, delay from 1:30 PM, is in color) 9 AM Frankenstein Jr. And The Impossibles 9:30 Herculoids 10 AM Spider-Man 10:30 Space Ghost 11 AM Moby Dick And The Mighty Mightor 11:30 George Of The Jungle 12 N Tobacco Talk 12:15 Farm Weather 12:30 American Bandstand

1:30 School Salute 2:30 Movie: "The Tall Target" (a New York policeman named John Kennedy uncovers a plot to assassinate Abraham Lincoln in 1861) 4 PM Bluebonnet Bowl 6:30 News, Weather And Sports (time approximate) 7 PM My Three Sons 7:30 Hondo (ABC, delay from Fri 8:30) 8:30 Lawrence Welk 9:30 Petticoat Junction 10 PM Iron Horse (same episode as Chs. 12, 32) 11 PM News, Weather And Sports 11:30 Movie: "Home Before Dark" WLKY Ch. 32 Louisville (ABC) 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 1:30 Movies (both Charlie Chan): "Murder Over New York" and "Charlie Chan At The Opera" 4 PM Bluebonnet Bowl 6:30 Big Picture (time approximate) 7 PM Gilligan's Island 7:30 Dating Game 8 PM Newlywed Game 8:30 Lawrence Welk 9:30 Iron Horse 10:30 ABC Movie: "The Big Gamble" 12:30 ABC News WKYT Ch. 27 Lexington (ABC/CBS) 7:30 Linus The Lionhearted (not in color) 8 AM Beatles (not in color) 8:30 Road Runner (CBS, delay from 1:30 PM, is in color) 10 PM Iron Horse (same episode as Chs. 12, 32) I'm a bit puzzled that this smaller-market station--which could not air a couple of weekend cartoon delays in color--could do a half-hour delay on a one-hour show (Iron Horse), and air it in color too. Retro: Lancaster/Lebanon/Harrisburg/York Sat, Dec 23, 1978 from Lancaster Sunday News Oddly enough, despite being listed, neither ch 12 or 45 are mentioned in the "stations listed" section...also, the Sunday News did the TV Guide Metro edition format, with local channels listed first, followed by the out-of-town channels in numerical order WMAR 2-CBS Baltimore

6:30 Sunrise Semester "The American Character" 7:00 What's New, Mr. Magoo? 7:30 Woody Woodpecker 8:00 Popeye Hour 9:00 Bugs Bunny/Road Runner 10:30 Tarzan & the Super Seven noon Tom & Jerry 12:30 Fat Albert & the Cosby Kids 1:00 Caboose 1:30 Sun Bowl: Texas 42-Maryland 0, at El Paso 4:30 CBS Sports Spectacular: touch football with the '58 NY Giants and the '58 Baltimore Colts, Professional Skateboard Association World Skate Park Championships, World's Strongest Man pt 10 6:00 News 6:30 CBS Evening News 7:00 Dolly 7:30 Cheap Show 8:00 Movie "The Homecoming: A Christmas Story" (the film that launched The Waltons) 10:00 CBS Reports "But What About the Children?" (looks at the effects of divorce on the kids) 11:00 News 11:30 Hot City Disco 12:30 Movie "The Bridges at Toko-Ri" KYW 3-NBC Philadelphia 6:00 Consultation 6:30 International Zone 7:00 Carrascolendas 7:30 Challenge 8:00 Galaxy Goof-Ups 8:30 Fantastic Four 9:00 Godzilla Super 90 10:30 Daffy Duck 11:00 Yogi's Space Race noon Fabulous Funnies 12:30 Bay City Rollers 1:00 Go! 1:30 Juke-Box 2:00 Marcus Welby, MD 3:00 Movie "The Deadly Game" 4:30 Black Edition 5:00 Meeting House 5:30 In Search of... 6:00 News 6:30 NBC Nightly News 7:00 Cosmic Christmas 7:30 Next Step Beyond 8:00 Stingiest Man in Town (Walter Matthau leads an all-star cast in this animated special loosely based on A Christmas Carol) 9:00 Lifeline 10:00 Weekend 11:00 News 11:30 Saturday Night Live (who was on that week? I checked some episode listings, but they have the last live show before Christmas as airing the previous week) 1:00 Soul Train WRC 4-NBC Washington

6:00 Daybreak 6:30 Vistas 7:00 Big Blue Marble 7:30 Beth & Bower 8:00 Galaxy Goof-Ups 8:30 Fantastic Four 9:00 Godzilla Super 90 10:30 Daffy Duck 11:00 Yogi's Space Race noon Fabulous Funnies 12:30 Bay City Rollers 1:00 Stuff 1:30 Go! 2:00 Vegetable Soup 2:30 Movie: TBA 4:30 Night the Animals Talked 5:00 Her-Rah! 5:30 Last of the Wild 6:00 News 6:30 NBC Nightly News 7:00 Family Feud 7:30 NewsCenter Forum 8:00 Stingiest Man in Town 9:00 Lifeline 10:00 Weekend 11:00 News 11:30 Saturday Night Live 1:00 Don Kirshner's Rock Concert WTTG 5-Ind Washington 4:55 Movie "Strange Bargain" 6:25 Today in Your Life 6:30 Vegetable Soup 7:00 Casper 7:30 News 8:00 Porky Pig 8:30 Jetsons 9:00 Flintstones 9:30 Laurel & Hardy Laughtoons 10:00 Movie "Little Women" 12:30 Movie "A Holiday Affair" 2:00 Movie "Christmas Eve" 3:30 Gong Show (x2) 4:30 Juke-Box 5:00 Soul Train 6:00 Six Million Dollar Man 7:00 Andy Griffith 7:30 Brady Bunch 8:00 Movie "Brigadoon" 10:00 News 10:30 Black Reflections 11:00 Gong Show 11:30 Movie "Meet Me in St. Louis" 1:30 Movie "The Shop Around the Corner" 3:35 Movie "Weekend at the Waldorf"

WPVI 6-ABC Philadelphia 6:00 Farm, Home & Garden 6:30 Chief Halftown 7:00 Animals, Animals, Animals 7:30 Fangface 8:00 Scooby's All-Stars 9:30 Challenge of the Superfriends 11:00 Captain Noah & His Magic Ark noon ABC Weekend Special "Trouble River" (pt 1) 12:30 American Bandstand 1:30 Youth Perspective 2:00 TBA 2:30 College All-America Football Team 3:00 NCAA Bowl Preview 3:30 Liberty Bowl: Missouri 20-LSU 15, at Memphis (as you may have guessed by the title, this started in Philly's JFK Stadium in 1959, moving to Atlantic City's Convention Hall in 1964 (the firstever indoor bowl game), and to its current home in Memphis in 1965) 6:30 ABC World News Saturday 7:00 News 7:30 Prime Time 8:00 Welcome Back, Kotter 8:30 Carter Country 9:00 Love Boat 10:00 Fantasy Island 11:00 News 11:30 Movie "To Sir with Love" 1:30 Movie "Flight Nurse" 3:30 ABC News WGAL 8-NBC Lancaster 6:30 Lone Ranger 7:00 Sunshine Corners 7:30 Santa Claus 8:00 Galaxy Goof-Ups 9:00 Godzilla Super 90 10:30 Daffy Duck 11:00 Yogi's Space Race noon Fabulous Funnies 12:30 Bay City Rollers 1:00 Country Music 1:30 That (Good Ole) Nashville Music 2:00 Movie "Young at Heart" 4:00 Music for Christmas 5:00 World of Survival 5:30 Porter Wagoner 6:00 News 6:30 NBC Nightly News 7:00 Moravian Merry Christmas 7:30 Magic Cocoon Christmas Special 8:00 Stingiest Man in Town 9:00 Lifeline 10:00 Weekend 11:00 News 11:30 Saturday Night Live 1:00 Juke-Box 1:30 News

WCAU 10-CBS Philadelphia 4:58 Joel A. Spivak 5:50 Agriculture News 6:00 Sunrise Semester "The American Character" 6:30 Doctors' Appointment 7:00 Gene London 8:00 Marlo & the Magic Movie Machine 8:30 What's New, Mr. Magoo? 9:00 Bugs Bunny/Road Runner 10:30 Tarzan & the Super Seven noon Space Academy 12:30 Fat Albert & the Cosby Kids 1:00 Ark II 1:30 Sun Bowl 4:30 CBS Sports Spectacular 6:00 News 6:30 CBS Evening News 7:00 Sha Na Na 7:30 Bonkers! 8:00 Movie "The Homecoming: A Christmas Story" 10:00 CBS Reports "But What About the Children?" 11:00 News 11:30 Movie "High Society" 1:25 Movie "Mutiny on the Bounty" WBAL 11-NBC Baltimore 6:30 Learning to Read 7:00 A Better Way 7:30 Garden Living 8:00 At Home in Maryland 8:30 Beverly Hillbillies 9:00 Godzilla Super 90 10:30 Marlo & the Magic Movie Machine 11:00 Yogi's Space Race noon Hocus Focus 12:30 Kidsworld 1:00 It's Academic 1:30 Soul Train 2:30 Western Theatre 5:00 Pinbusters 6:00 News 6:30 NBC Nightly News 7:00 Bowling for Dollars 7:30 Comedy Shop 8:00 Stingiest Man in Town 9:00 Lifeline 10:00 Weekend 11:00 News 11:30 Saturday Night Live 1:00 FBI 2:00 News WHYY 12-PBS Wilmington/Philadelphia 8:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 9:00 Sesame Street

10:00 A Child's Christmas in Wales (Sir Michael Redgrave narrates a performance by the National Theater of the Deaf) 11:00 Simple Gifts: Six Episodes for Christmas noon Hanukkah (Ed Asner hosts this show about the Jewish celebration) 12:30 Crockett's Victory Garden 1:00 Congressional Outlook (the dangers of fast-tracking the licensing of nuclear power plants are discussed by James R. Schlesinger, Peter A. Bradford, David Freeman, and Sen. Gary Hart) 1:30 David Susskind 2:30 Economically Speaking 3:00 We Interrupt This Week 3:30 Kup's Show 4:30 TV Garden Club 5:00 Turnabout "Common Ground" 5:30 Christmas Eve on Sesame Street 6:30 Black Perspective on the News 7:00 Soccer Made in Germany 8:00 Once Upon a Classic "The Secret Garden" (pt 7) 8:30 Julia Child & Company 9:00 Simple Gifts: Six Episodes for Christmas 10:00 Movie "Oliver Twist" 11:50 Soundstage (David Amram is joined by Dizzy Gillespie, Steve Goodman, and members of the Chicago Symphony) WJZ 13-ABC Baltimore 6:00 Seminar 6:30 Villa Alegre 7:00 Big Blue Marble 7:30 Sunshine Kids 8:00 Scooby's All-Stars 9:30 Challenge of the Superfriends 11:00 Fangface 11:30 All-New Pink Panther noon ABC Weekend Special "Trouble River" (pt 1) 12:30 Movie "Those Magnificent Men in Their Flying Machines" 3:00 Pop! Goes the Country 3:30 Liberty Bowl 6:30 ABC World News Saturday 7:00 News 7:30 Sunshine Kids 8:00 Welcome Back, Kotter 8:30 Square Off 9:00 Love Boat 10:00 Fantasy Island 11:00 News 11:30 Movie "The Agony and the Ectasy" 2:10 Juke-Box 2:40 One on One 3:10 News 3:20 ABC News 3:35 Movie "The Saint's Double Trouble" WLYH 15-Lancaster/Lebanon, WSBA 43-York (CBS) 6:30 (15) Farm, Home & Garden 7:00 (15) What's New, Mr. Magoo? 7:30 (15) Clue Club 8:00 Popeye Hour

9:00 Bugs Bunny/Road Runner 10:30 (15) Tarzan & the Super Seven 10:30 (43) Bugs Bunny 11:00 (43) Santa Claus noon Space Academy 12:30 Fat Albert & the Cosby Kids 1:00 Ark II 1:30 Sun Bowl 4:30 CBS Sports Spectacular 6:00 (15) Wild Kingdom 6:00 (43) York Gospel Center Christmas Cantata 6:30 Bonkers! 7:00 Hee Haw 8:00 Tangerine Bowl: NC State 30-Pittsburgh 17, at Orlando (this became the Florida Citrus Bowl in 1983 and is now the CapitalOne Bowl since 2003) 11:00 World War II GI Diary 11:30 PTL Club 1:30 (43) Your Congressman Reports WPHL 17-Ind Philadelphia 6:30 Delaware Valley Forum 7:00 700 Club 8:30 Gerald Derstine Shares 9:00 Dr. Thea F. Jones 9:30 America's Black Forum 10:00 Life Around Us 10:30 R.J.'s Disco USA 11:00 NFL Game of the Week 11:30 Movie "The Ghost Chasers" 1:00 Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea 2:00 Movie "The Human Monster" 3:30 Movie "The Mummy's Tomb" 5:00 Wrestling 6:00 Hee Haw 7:00 Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea 8:00 Tangerine Bowl 11:00 Soap Factory Disco 11:30 Movie "Creatures of Destruction" 1:00 700 Club 2:30 Delaware Valley Forum WHP 21-CBS Harrisburg 6:30 Sunrise Semester "The American Character" 7:00 Topic A 7:30 Flintstones 8:00 Popeye Hour 9:00 Bugs Bunny/Road Runner 10:30 Tarzan & the Super Seven noon Space Academy 12:30 Fat Albert & the Cosby Kids 1:00 Ark II 1:30 Sun Bowl 4:30 CBS Sports Spectacular 6:00 News 6:30 CBS Evening News 7:00 Pennsylvania Lottery Daily Number

7:01 Jack Van Impe Christmas Crusade 8:00 Movie "The Homecoming: A Christmas Story" 10:00 CBS Reports "But What About the Children?" 11:00 News 11:30 Ironside Theatre 1:30 News WTPA 27-ABC Harrisburg 8:00 Scooby's All-Stars 9:30 Challenge of the Superfriends 11:00 Fangface 11:30 All-New Pink Panther noon ABC Weekend Special "Trouble River" (pt 1) 12:30 American Bandstand 1:30 Christmas is... 2:00 Movie "Joan of Arc" 3:30 Liberty Bowl 6:30 ABC World News Saturday 7:00 Lawrence Welk 8:00 Welcome Back, Kotter 8:30 Carter Country 9:00 Love Boat 10:00 Fantasy Island 11:00 ABC News 11:15 Movie "It's a Wonderful Life" WTAF 29-Ind Philadelphia 7:50 Community Update 8:00 For You...Black Woman 8:30 Movie "Frankenstein Meets the Space Monster" 10:00 Movie "Maciste in King Solomon's Mine" noon Bowling 1:00 Wrestling 2:00 Movie "Twisted Brain" 4:00 American Lifestyle 4:30 US National Drag Racing Special 5:30 Movie "Those Endearing Young Charms" 7:30 Newsprobe 8:00 Face Off 8:30 Hockey: the Broad Street Bullies head to Chicago to take on the Black Hawks 11:30 Ernest Angley Hour 12:30 PTL Club 2:00 Community Update WITF 33-PBS Hershey 8:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 9:00 Economically Speaking 9:30 Book Beat 10:00 Julia Child & Company 10:30 People's Business 11:00 Newsmakers 11:30 360 noon Film Makers 12:30 Movie "Nicholas Nickelby" 2:30 Fawlty Towers 3:00 TV Garden Club

3:30 Crockett's Victory Garden 4:00 Masterpiece Theatre "The Duchess of Duke Street" (pt 9) 5:00 Studio See 5:30 Freestyle "Hey, Mom" 6:00 Rebop 6:30 Black Perspective on the News 7:00 Soccer Made in Germany 8:00 Once Upon a Classic "The Secret Garden" (pt 3) 8:30 Person to Person 9:00 Simple Gifts: Six Episodes for Christmas 10:00 Christmas Snows, Christmas Winds 10:30 Marshall Efron & Christmas 11:00 Movie "The Big Broadcast" WBFF 45-Ind Baltimore 7:00 Cartoons 7:15 Vegetable Soup 7:45 Outlook 8:00 Open Wide 8:15 Department of Social Services 8:30 Community Relations Commission 8:45 Urban Services Agency 9:00 Movie "No Holds Barred" 10:30 Movie "Blondie's Blessed Event" 12:30 Movie "Captive GFirl" 2:30 Rifleman (x2) 3:30 Lefty Driesell 4:00 Wrestling 5:00 Gilligan's Island 5:30 Gomer Pyle 6:00 I Dream of Jeannie 6:30 Get Smart 7:00 Hogan's Heroes 7:30 I Love Lucy 8:00 Tangerine Bowl 11:00 News 11:30 Movie "Dracula's Daughter" 12:45 Movie "Devil Bat's Daughter" 1:50 Serial Theatre 2:05 News WKBS 48-Ind Philadelphia 8:00 Friday 8:30 On Target 9:00 Amazing Grace 9:30 Hot Fudge 10:00 Big Blue Marble 10:30 Wild Wild West 11:30 Movie "More Than Magic" (Lone Ranger) 1:00 Movie "The Amazing Colossal Man" 2:30 Movie "Kronos" 4:00 Star Trek 5:00 Emergency One! 6:00 Six Million Dollar Man 7:00 Lawrence Welk 8:00 Movie "Our Vines Have Tender Grapes"

10:00 It Takes a Thief 11:00 Monty Python's Flying Circus 11:35 Movie "Charlie Chan at the Wax Museum" PRISM (Philadelphia regional pay TV, Cable TV Associates in Lancaster carried it) 4:30pm Movie "The Prince and the Pauper" 6:00 Movie "Race for Your Life, Charlie Brown" 7:30 Movie "The $1,000,000 Duck" 9:30 Movie "September 30, 1955" 11:30 Movie "Silver Streak" Retro: Kentucky Saturday, December 23, 1978 From TV Guide, Kentucky Edition: WAVE Ch. 3 Louisville (NBC) 6:30 U of L Gallery 7 AM Farming With Jack Crowner 7:30 Kentucky Afield 8 AM Galaxy Goofups 8:30 Fantastic Four 9 AM Godzilla Super 90 10:30 Daffy Duck 11 AM Yogi's Space Race 12 N Fabulous Funnies 12:30 Flintstones 1 PM Batman (the Green Hornet and Kato team up with Batman and Robin to capture Colonel Gumm) 1:30 Little Rascals (x2) 2 PM Movie: "Goodbye Mr. Chips" (Peter O'Toole, from '69) 4:30 Nashville On The Road (guest: Bob Luman) 5 PM Mel Tillis Time (Bill Anderson, Sherry Bryce, comedian Jerry Clower, the Florida A&M Gospel Choir) 5:30 Donna Fargo (guest: Diana Canova) 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News (John Hart) 7 PM Cross-Wits (Peter Lawford, Alice Ghostley, Jo Anne Worley, Arte Johnson) 7:30 Emphasis (local, name no doubt comes from a longtime hourly fixture on NBC radio) 8 PM The Stingiest Man In Town (animated version of "A Christmas Carol" with Walter Matthau as the voice of Scrooge; other voices include Tom Bosley, Theodore Bikel, Robert Morse, and Dennis Day) 9 PM University Of Kentucky Invitational Tournament Championship Game 11 PM News (time approximate) 11:30 Saturday Night Live (repeat of the 1977 Christmas show with Mrs. Miskel Spillman hosting and musical guest Elvis Costello)

1 AM Don Kirshner's Rock Concert (John Travolta, the Silver Convention, the Manhattans, Carol ("Doctor's Orders") Douglas, Jimmie Walker, comedians the New Untouchables) WLWT Ch. 5 Cincinnati (NBC) 6:30 Better Way 7 AM U.S. Farm Report 7:30 Hot Fudge 8 AM Galaxy Goofups 8:30 Fantastic Four 9 AM Godzilla Super 90 10:30 Daffy Duck 11 AM Yogi's Space Race 12 N Fabulous Funnies 12:30 Bay City Rollers 1 PM Lone Ranger 1:30 Little Rascals 1:45 Our Gang (these are from the early '40s and include Robert Blake, then using his real name: Mickey Gubitosi) 2 PM To Tell The Truth (Peggy Cass, Kitty Carlisle, Bill Cullen, Orson Bean--Joe Garagiola has replaced Garry Moore as host) 2:30 Hollywood Connection (Meredith MacRae, Milton Berle, Zsa Zsa Gabor, Anson Williams, Pat Carroll, Jan Murray-Jim Lange hosts) 3 PM Beverly Hillbillies 3:30 Movie: "Once Upon A Time" (European-produced animated collection of fairy tales) 5 PM Consumer Buyline 5:30 Sha Na Na (guest: Fabian) 6 PM The Stingiest Man In Town (Ch. 5 gets it early because the Tangerine Bowl airs at 8 PM) 7 PM Lawrence Welk (Christmas show) 8 PM Tangerine Bowl: Pitt-North Carolina State 11 PM News (time approximate) 11:30 Saturday Night Live 1 AM Dick Tracy 1:20 Movie: "Money From Home" (Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis) 3:05 Movie: "Champagne For Caesar" (broadcasting satire with Ronald Colman as a game-show contestant determined to win enough money to put the sponsor out of business) WCPO Ch. 9 Cincinnati (CBS) 5:55 Farm News 6 AM Sunrise Semester: "The American Character" 6:30 Call The Doctor (topic: cancer, repeat from Sun 11 AM) 7:30 Mayberry R.F.D. 8 AM All New Popeye Hour 9 AM Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Show 10:30 Tarzan And The Super 7 12 N Space Academy 12:30 Fat Albert And The Cosby Kids 1 PM American Life Style (the work of Pearl S. Buck)

1:30 Sun Bowl: Maryland-Texas 4:30 CBS Sports Spectacular: participants in the NFL's "greatest game ever played," the 1958 championship game between the Colts and Giants, take part in a touch-football game--for the Giants, Frank Gifford, Kyle Rote, Charlie Conerly; for the Colts, Johnny Unitas, Raymond Berry, Alan Ameche; World Cup Skiing (time approximate) 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News (Bob Schieffer) 7 PM Candid Camera 7:30 Please Stand By (unsuccessful syndicated sitcom set in a small television station) 8 PM The Homecoming: A Christmas Story (1971 TV-movie that served as the pilot for "The Waltons") 10 PM CBS Reports: "But What About The Children" examines the impact of divorce on one Phoenix family 11 PM News 11:30 Movie: "Can-Can" 2 AM Movie: "Wells Fargo" (Joel McCrea, from '37) 4 AM Here And Now 4:30 News WHAS Ch. 11 Louisville (CBS) 7:30 That Girl 8 AM All-New Popeye Hour 9 AM Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Show 10:30 Tarzan And The Super 7 12 N Space Academy 12:30 Fat Albert And The Cosby Kids 1 PM Bugs Bunny And Friends 1:30 Sun Bowl 4:30 Barbi Doll For Christmas (Barbi Benton, with Johnny Rodriguez, Mickey Gilley, Archie Campbell, Dave & Sugar, Charlie McCoy, Johnny Gimble, Penny DeHaven) (time approximate) 5:30 American Life Style (Admiral Richard E. Byrd) 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Hee Haw (guests: Floyd Cramer, playing his biggest hit "Last Date"; singer Kenny Roberts, not to be confused with Kenny Rogers) 8 PM The Homecoming: A Christmas Story 10 PM CBS Reports 11 PM News 11:30 American Black Achievement Awards (presenters include Diahann Carroll, Alex Haley, Lena Horne, James Earl Jones, and Redd Foxx) 1 AM News WKRC Ch. 12 Cincinnati (ABC) 6 AM Kids Are People Too (Victor Borge, Billie Jean King, Didi Conn, choreographer Jo Jo Smith) 7:30 Partridge Family

8 AM Scooby's All-Stars 9:30 Challenge Of The Superfriends 11 AM Fangface 11:30 Pink Panther 12 N Movie: "Christmas In Connecticut" 2 PM Hee Haw Honeys (guest: Roy Clark) 2:30 Bowling 3:30 Liberty Bowl: LSU-Missouri 6:30 Hee Haw (time approximate) 7:30 Christmas On The Go 8 PM Oral Roberts Christmas Special 9 PM Love Boat (passengers: John Gavin, Donna Mills, Dick Sargent, Florence Henderson, Shecky Greene) 10 PM Fantasy Island (guests: Richard Dawson, Kathryn Holcomb) 11 PM News (time approximate) 11:30 Movie: "A Christmas Carol" ('51 version from England with Alistair Sim, usually considered to be the best) 1:20 Movie: "Those Magnificent Men In Their Flying Machines" 3:30 Movie: "Room Service" (the only Marx Brothers picture not written expressly for them--watch for Lucille Ball, if only briefly) WKPC Ch. 15 Louisville (PBS) 12 N Christmastime With Mister Rogers 1 PM Movie: "The Browning Version" 2:30 Psychology On Film 3 PM Wonder Anew (the Christmas Festival at St. Olaf's College, Northfield, MN) 4 PM Crockett's Victory Garden 4:30 Julia Child & Company 5 PM Consumer Survival Kit 5:30 Book Beat (Arthur Schlesinger Jr. talks about "Robert Kennedy And His Times") 6 PM Other School System 6:30 Soapbox 7 PM Adams Chronicles (during Reconstruction, Henry Adams begins teaching at Harvard; brother Charles Francis Adams becomes--unsuccessfully--a railroad speculator) 8 PM Once Upon A Classic: "The Secret Garden" (Part 3) 8:30 Movie: "The 3 Worlds Of Gulliver" 10:30 Soundstage 11:30 Movie: "Gilbert And Sullivan" WLEX Ch. 18 Lexington (NBC) 6:30 Ag-USA 7 AM U.S. Farm Report 7:30 Dusty's Treehouse 8 AM Galaxy Goofups 8:30 Fantastic Four 9 AM Godzilla Super 90 10:30 Daffy Duck 11 AM Yogi's Space Race 12 N Wrestling 1 PM Center Circle: Basketball

1:30 Movie: "Run, Stranger, Run" 3:30 Bluegrass Personalities 4 PM Kentucky State Government 4:30 Mr. Magoo's Christmas Carol 5:30 Blood, Sweat And Cheers (a history of the Rose Bowl) 6 PM Porter Wagoner (guests: Cheryl & Teryl) 6:30 NBC News 7 PM Lawrence Welk 8 PM The Stingiest Man In Town 9 PM Lifeline (profile of Dr. Henry Cleveland, trauma surgeon at St. Anthony Hospital in Denver, who in this episode attends to two motorcycleaccident victims) 10 PM Weekend (life in a small circus: the Carson and Barnes Wild Animal Circus) 11 PM News 11:30 Saturday Night Live 1 AM Star Trek WXIX Ch. 19 Cincinnati (Ind.) 6:15 Perspective 7 AM Bugs And Porky 7:30 Woody Woodpecker 8 AM Flintstones 8:30 Brady Kids 9 AM Tom And Jerry 9:30 Popeye 10 AM Lost In Space 11 AM Laurel And Hardy (says it's animated) 11:30 Movie: "Jinx Money" (the Bowery Boys) 1 PM Movie: "Arrow In The Dust" 2:30 Movie: "The Indestructible Man" 4 PM Movie: "Guns Of The Magnificent Seven" 6 PM Hot City (guests: Sylvester and Evelyn "Champagne" King) 7 PM Peary's Race To The North Pole 8 PM Donna Fargo (John Byner is guest; brother Tom Biener is a regular on this show) 8:30 Pop Goes The Country (Barbara Mandrell, Anne Murray, Don King--and I don't think that's the fight promoter) 9 PM University Of Kentucky Invitational Tournament Championship Game 11 PM Juke-Box (Sailor, Slade (not the funk group Slave), Roy Wood, Chris Spedding, R and J Stone, Fancy) (time approximate) 11:30 Movie: "Yog--Monster From Space" (from Japan) WKYT Ch. 27 Lexington (CBS) 7 AM Movie: "Dead Or Alive" (Tex Ritter) 8 AM All-New Popeye Hour 9 AM Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Show 10:30 Tarzan And The Super 7 12 N Space Academy 12:30 Fat Albert And The Cosby Kids

1 PM Ark II 1:30 Sun Bowl 4:30 CBS Sports Spectacular (time approximate) 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Hee Haw (will be pre-empted if UK is in the UK Invitational consolation game) 8 PM Rod McKuen's Christmas In New England (guests: Dusty Springfield, the St. Paul's Boys Choir) 9 PM University Of Kentucky Invitational Tournament Championship Game 11 PM News (time approximate) 11:30 Tangerine Bowl (tape-delay) WLKY 32 Alive Louisville (ABC) 7 AM King Kong (the '60s Rankin-Bass animated show) 7:30 Marlo And The Magic Movie Machine 8 AM Scooby's All-Stars 9:30 Challenge Of The Superfriends 11 AM Fangface 11:30 Pink Panther 12 N ABC Weekend Special: "Trouble River" (Part 1 of 2) 12:30 American Bandstand (Charo, Patrick Juvet) 1:30 Maverick 2:30 Tarzan 3:30 Liberty Bowl 6:30 Green Acres (time approximate) 7 PM Lawrence Welk 8 PM Welcome Back, Kotter 8:30 Carter Country 9 PM Love Boat 10 PM Fantasy Island 11 PM News 11:30 Movie: "Fitzwilly" (Dick Van Dyke as a butler who turns his fellow servants into thieves to save their mistress' fortune) 1:30 ABC News (Sylvia Chase/Tom Jarriel) WDRB Ch. 41 Louisville (Ind.) 7 AM New Shapes: Education 7:30 Gospel Singing Jubilee (guests: the Blackwoods) 8 AM Underdog 8:30 Jetsons 9 AM PTL Club 11 AM Wrestling 12 N Movie: "Crazy Over Horses" (the Bowery Boys) 1:20 Movie: "The Deadly Mantis" 2:55 Movie: "The Return Of Mr. Moto" 4:20 Movie: "Murder By Contract" (pre-"Ben Casey" Vince Edwards, from '59) 6 PM Partridge Family 6:30 Juke-Box (same as Ch. 19) 7 PM Hot City (same as Ch. 19)

8 PM Tangerine Bowl 11 PM 700 Club (time approximate) 12:30 Warren Roberts WTVQ Ch. 62 (Ch. 36) Lexington (ABC) 7 AM Hot Fudge 7:30 The Archies 8 AM Scooby's All-Stars 9:30 Challenge Of The Superfriends 11 AM Fangface 11:30 Pink Panther 12 N ABC Weekend Special 12:30 American Bandstand 1:30 Movie: "The Voyager" (edited from a sevenpart "Lassie" episode) 3:30 Liberty Bowl 6:30 Marty Robbins' Spotlight (Jimmy Dean is featured; Mike Douglas is a guest, time approximate) 7 PM King Of The Gypsies (preview of the movie of the same name, with Paul Newman, Shelley Winters, Brooke Shields, Telly Savalas, Dom DeLuise, Scott Baio, Joseph Bottoms) 8 PM Welcome Back, Kotter 8:30 Carter Country 9 PM Love Boat 10 PM Fantasy Island 11 PM News 11:15 ABC News 11:30 Movie: "Goodbye, Columbus" 1:30 Movie: "Fade In" 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) 1 PM GED Series (x2) 2 PM Christmas Snows, Christmas Winds 2:30 Marshall Efron's Christmas 3 PM Lilias, Yoga And You 3:30 Crockett's Victory Garden 4 PM Julia Child & Company 4:30 Medix 5 PM Pro Soccer 6 PM Christmas Eve (Rimsky-Korsakov's opera performed by the Indiana University Opera Theater) 8 PM Firing Line 9 PM Simple Gifts: Six Episodes For Christmas 10 PM The Prisoner 11 PM Monty Python's Flying Circus Retro: Eastern Virginia Monday, December 20, 1976 From TV Guide, Eastern Virginia Edition: WTAR (WTKR) Ch. 3 Norfolk (CBS)

6:10 Down To Earth 6:15 These Things We Share 6:30 Not For Women Only 7 AM CBS News (Bruce Morton/Hughes Rudd) 8 AM Captain Kangaroo (guest: basketball star Earl "the Pearl" Monroe) 9 AM Dick Lamb (local talk show) 10 AM Price Is Right 11 AM Double Dare (Alex Trebek version, with isolation booths and three Ph.D. "spoilers" to challenge the day's winner) 11:30 Love Of Life 11:55 CBS News (Douglas Edwards) 12 N Young And The Restless 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM People, Places And Things 1:30 As The World Turns 2:30 Guiding Light 3 PM All In The Family 3:30 Match Game '76 (Joyce Bulifant, Gary Burghoff, Richard Dawson, Charles Nelson Reilly, Brett Somers, Susan Sullivan) 4 PM Tattletales (John and Patty Duke Astin, Bill Macy and Samantha Harper, Robert Shields and Lorene Yarnell) 4:30 Merv Griffin (Pearl Bailey, Ruth Gordon, disco owner Regine, author Margaret Truman Daniel--Harry Truman's daughter) 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News (Walter Cronkite) 7 PM Cross-Wits (Bob Barker, Martha Raye, Alice Ghostley, Stu Gilliam) 7:30 Wild Wild World Of Animals 8 PM Rhoda 8:30 Phyllis 9 PM Maude 9:30 All's Fair 10 PM Executive Suite (early, unsuccessful attempt at a primetime soap) 11 PM News 11:30 CBS Movie: "The Singing Nun" (anyone remember the 1963 song hit "Dominique"?) WHSV Ch. 3 Harrisonburg (NBC/ABC) 7 AM Good Morning America (David Hartman) 9 AM Discovery (I wonder if these are reruns of the ABC kids' show?) 9:30 Stumpers (day-behind delay from 11:30 AM, Jack Cassidy and Mike Farrell are guests--ironically, I believe it was around this time that Jack Cassidy died in a fire caused by his smoking on a couch while lying down) 10 AM Sanford And Son (strangely, a day-behind) 10:30 Hollywood Squares (Pat Boone, Robert Fuller, Will Geer, George Gobel, Florence Henderson, Mackenzie Phillips,

Karen Valentine, Wayland (Flowers) and Friends, Paul Lynde) 11 AM Wheel Of Fortune 11:30 Happy Days 12 N Don Ho 12:30 All My Children 1 PM Ryan's Hope 1:30 Family Feud 2 PM $20,000 Pyramid (Jerry Stiller, June Lockhart) 2:30 One Life To Live 3:15 General Hospital 4 PM Edge Of Night 4:30 Real McCoys 5 PM Bonanza 6 PM News 6:30 ABC News (Harry Reasoner/Barbara Walters) 7 PM Little Drummer Boy Book II (the voices of Greer Garson and Zero Mostel are featured in this tale of the Little Drummer Boy's trip around the world with one of the Wise Men to "spread the word" about the birth of Christ) 7:30 Project 3 8 PM Captain & Tennille (Toni's sisters Melissa, Louisa, and Jane; Don Knotts; Tom Bosley; the Pointer Sisters) 9 PM Liberty Bowl: UCLA-Alabama 12 M News (time approximate) WTVR Ch. 6 Richmond (CBS) 6 AM Sunrise Semester: "Communication, the Invisible Environment" (the subject today is television) 6:30 Virginia Today 7 AM CBS News 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Phil Donahue (Robert Wagner and Natalie Wood) 10 AM Price Is Right 11 AM Double Dare 11:30 Love Of Life 11:55 CBS News 12 N News 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM Young And The Restless 1:30 As The World Turns 2:30 Guiding Light 3 PM All In The Family 3:30 Match Game '76 4 PM Tattletales 4:30 My Three Sons 5 PM Gunsmoke 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News 7 PM News 7:30 How The Grinch Stole Christmas (delay from Sat 8:30 PM) 8 PM Rhoda 8:30 Phyllis 9 PM Maude

9:30 All's Fair 10 PM Executive Suite 11 PM News 11:30 CBS Movie: "The Singing Nun" WXEX (WRIC) Ch. 8 Petersburg-Richmond (ABC) 6:30 Romper Room 7 AM Good Morning America 9 AM Merv Griffin (same as WTAR/WTKR) 10:30 Wilma Smith (local talk show) 11:30 Happy Days 12 N Don Ho 12:30 All My Children 1 PM Ryan's Hope 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 Dinah! 6 PM News 6:30 ABC News 7 PM Cross-Wits (Stu Gilliam, Julie Adams, Patti Deutsch, Robert Alda) 7:30 $128,000 Question (unsuccessful attempt to revive "The $64,000 Question"--Mike Darrow hosts this season; Alex Trebek, the 1977-78 season) 8 PM Captain & Tennille 9 PM Liberty Bowl 12 M News (time approximate) 12:30 Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman WAVY Ch. 10 Norfolk (NBC) 6 AM The Lucy Show 6:30 Arthur Smith 7 AM Today (bed-wetting is a topic; Tom Brokaw and Jane Pauley co-host) 9 AM 50 Grand Slam (delay from noon) 9:30 Dinah! (Natalie Wood, Dina Merrill, Cicely Tyson, Mary Stuart ("Search For Tomorrow"), singer Dorothy ("Misty Blue") Moore, fashion photographer Scavullo) 10:30 Hollywood Squares 11 AM Wheel Of Fortune 11:30 Stumpers (Betty White, Joanna Barnes, Peter Bonerz, Dick Gautier--Allen Ludden hosts, a curious choice since Lin Bolen created this show and, while running NBC daytime, had steered clear of traditional hosts in favor of "young studs" like Trebek and Woolery) 12 N Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman 12:30 Gong Show 12:55 NBC News (anchor not given) 1 PM Mike & Lynn: Roundabout Tidewater

1:30 Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 4 PM Batman (Tallulah Bankhead as the Black Widow) 4:30 Beverly Hillbillies 5 PM My Three Sons 5:30 Adam-12 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News (John Chancellor/David Brinkley) 7 PM Hollywood Squares (David McCallum, Florence Henderson, David Groh, Jonathan Winters, Glen Campbell, Karen Valentine) 7:30 Gong Show (judges: Dick Martin, Pearl Bailey, Arte Johnson--Gary Owens was hosting the nighttime version at the time) 8 PM Little House On The Prairie (guest: Burl Ives) 9:30 NBC Movie: "The Loneliest Runner" (Michael Landon wrote, produced, and directed this semiautobiographical drama about a 13-yearold who is a chronic bedwetter) 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show (John Davidson subs for Johnny; guests are Doug Henning and writer Jim Levine) 1 AM Tomorrow (Dino de Laurentiis discusses his remake of "King Kong") 2 AM News 2:10 Dateline: Area 10 WWBT Ch. 12 Richmond (NBC) 6:40 Virginia Almanac/News 7 AM Today 9 AM Good Morning 9:30 Betty Feezor 10 AM Sanford And Son 10:30 Hollywood Squares 11 AM Wheel Of Fortune 11:30 Stumpers 12 N 50 Grand Slam 12:30 Gong Show 12:55 NBC News 1 PM Somerset 1:30 Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 4 PM Flintstones 4:30 Little Rascals 5 PM Brady Bunch 5:30 Bewitched 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News 7 PM Hogan's Heroes 7:30 Adam-12 8 PM Little House On The Prairie 9:30 NBC Movie: "The Loneliest Runner" 11 PM News

11:30 Tonight Show 1 AM Tomorrow WVEC Ch. 13 Norfolk (ABC) 6:30 Good Day! (Edward Villellla discusses choreography; Clive Cussler discusses his book "Raise The Titanic!") 7 AM Good Morning America 9 AM Happy Days (day-behind) 9:30 Movie: "Bell, Book And Candle" (one of two inspirations for "Bewitched"--the other is 1942's "I Married A Witch--with Jimmy Stewart as a man who lives above a curio shop owned by two witches, played by Kim Novak and Elsa Lanchester) 11:30 Midday (Harriet Passarelli, local) 12:30 All My Children 1 PM Ryan's Hope 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 Emergency One! 5:30 News 6 PM ABC News 6:30 Movie: "To All My Friends On Shore" 8 PM Captain & Tennille 9 PM Liberty Bowl 12 M News (time approximate) WHRO Ch. 15 Norfolk (PBS) 4 PM Sesame Street 5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 5:30 Electric Company 6 PM Zoom 6:30 Sunrise Semester (same as Ch. 6) 7 PM MacNeil/Lehrer Report 7:30 World Press 8 PM Christmas Celebration (baroque Christmas music from New York's Cloisters Museum-Richard Kiley explains the origins of Christmas traditions, and music is provided by the Hofstra University Collegium Musicum and the Renaissance Street Trio) 8:30 Music Of Christmas (the Mormon Youth Symphony and Chorus) 9 PM In Performance At Wolf Trap (the "Nutcracker Suite" highlights an all-Tchaikovsky performance with Andre Kostelanetz conducting the National Symphony Orchestra) 10 PM Soundstage (Martin Mull and Flo and Eddie satirize rock music) 11 PM MacNeil/Lehrer Report 11:30 Captioned ABC News WCVE Ch. 23 Richmond (PBS)

In-school programs (assuming school is still in) until 4 PM Sesame Street 5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 5:30 Electric Company 6 PM Zoom 6:30 Villa Alegre 7 PM P.S. 23 7:30 Wild Wild World Of Animals 8 PM Christmas Celebration 8:30 Music Of Christmas 9 PM In Performance At Wolf Trap 10 PM Soundstage 11 PM Lilias, Yoga And You 11:30 Captioned ABC News WYAH (WGNT) Ch. 27 Portsmouth (Ind.) 7 AM Tennessee Tuxedo 7:30 Lassie 8 AM Little Rascals 8:30 Leave It To Beaver 9 AM Hazel 9:30 Room 222 10 AM Family Affair 10:30 700 Club 12 N Life In The Spirit 12:30 Patterns For Living 1 PM Cartoon Festival 1:30 Huck 'n Yogi 2 PM Porky Pig 2:30 Bugs Bunny 3 PM Popeye 3:30 Flintstones 4 PM Gilligan's Island 4:30 Brady Bunch 5 PM Partridge Family 5:30 Gomer Pyle, USMC 6 PM Dick Van Dyke 6:30 I Love Lucy 7 PM Marcus Welby, M.D. (Lindsay Wagner as a victim of multiple sclerosis) 8 PM 700 Club 9:30 Life In The Spirit 10 PM God Of Our Fathers 10:30 Vep Ellis Harvest Temple 11 PM Rifleman 11:30 Hogan's Heroes 12 M News WVIR Ch. 29 Charlottesville (NBC) 7 AM Today 9 AM Charlottesville Today 9:30 PTL Club

11:30 Stumpers 12 N 50 Grand Slam 12:30 Gong Show 12:55 NBC News 1 PM Somerset 1:30 Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 4 PM Mike Douglas (co-hostess: Charo; actors Richard and James Carroll Jordan) 5:30 Sanford And Son 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News 7 PM Phil Donahue (Peter Duchin and Mel Torme perform Christmas songs) 8 PM Little House On The Prairie 9:30 NBC Movie: "The Loneliest Runner" 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show WVPT Ch. 51 Harrisonburg (PBS) 7:30 Sesame Street 8:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 9 AM In-school programs (assuming school is in) 3 PM Anyone For Tennyson? 3:30 Davey And Goliath 4 PM Sesame Street 5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 5:30 Electric Company 6 PM Zoom 6:30 Villa Alegre 7 PM MacNeil/Lehrer Report 7:30 Cookin' Cajun 8 PM Christmas Celebration 8:30 Music Of Christmas 9 PM In Performance At Wolf Trap 10 PM Soundstage 11 PM MacNeil/Lehrer Report Retro: Western Washington, Saturday, November 7th, 1981 5AM-7PM Source: TV Guide BW means black & white. Channels listed are as follows BROADCAST 2 CBUT Vancouver, BC (CBC) 4 KOMO Seattle (ABC) 5 KING Seattle (NBC) 6 CHEK Victoria (CTV) 7 KIRO Seattle (CBS) 8 BCTV Vancouver (CTV) 9 KCTS Seattle (PBS)

11 KSTW Tacoma (Ind.) 12 KVOS Bellingham (CBS) 13 KCPQ Tacoma (Ind.) 17 WTBS Atlanta, GA (Ind.) 21 CKVU Vancouver (Ind.) 62 KTPS Tacoma (PBS) CABLE HBO Home Box Office SHO Showtime ARTS (Alpha Repertory Television Service) ESN ESPN NIK Nickelodeon USA Network MORNING 5AM 7 News ESN Rodeo NIK Vegetable Soup USA Scholastic Sports Academy 5:05 17 Partridge Family 5:30 NIK Dusty's Treehouse SHO Gabe Kaplan USA Best of Calliope 5:35 12 With this Ring 17 Movie "Dr. Goldfoot and the Girl Bombs." (1966), Vincent Price. 5:50 12 Ag-Day 5:55 4 News 6AM 4 Health Field 5 Star Trek-Cartoon 6 Puckett's General Store 8 University of the Air 13 Law Enforcement Education NIK Pinwheel 6:20 12 Anchor-Religion 6:30 4 Boomerang Marni cheers up Norbert after he is teased by a friend. (This was a children's series on 4 in the

1970s) 5 Flintstones 6 8 Dale Harney's Magic Palace 7 Idea Thing 11 News SHO Movie (BW) "Rascal Dazzle." (1981), Collection of Little Rascals/Our Gang shorts. (1 hr 25 min) 6:50 12 News 7AM 4 Richie Rich, Scooby and Scrappy Doo 6 8 Travel '81 7 Dialogue 11 Better Way 12 Frisky Frolics 13 Art of Being Human 21 Flintstones ESN SportsCenter 7:05 17 Movie "Journey to the Center of The Earth." (1959), Pat Boone, Arlene Dahl. (3 hrs) 7:30 5 Smurfs 6 World Tomorrow 7 New Zoo Revue 8 Art of Cooking 11 Idea Thing ESN College Football Review 8:00 4 Fonz 6 Robert M. Taylor 7 Kwicky Koala 8 Red Fisher 9 Sesame Street (CC) 11 60 M.P.H. 13 John Komen and... Washington state senator R. Ted Bottiger (D-2nd District) discusses the upcoming legislative session. 21 Spider-Man ESN Cross Country: To Be A Champion 8:30 4 Laverne and Shirley (the cartoon) 5 Kid Super Power Hour with Shazam 6 Jerry Falwell 7 Trollkins 8 Story Time 11 It's Your Business 13 Movie "The Amazing Spiderman." (1977) TV-movie with Nicholas Hammond as that comic-book character who uses his arachnoid powers to help police snare an extortionist. Thayer David, Lisa Eilbacher,

David White. (90 min) 21 Spider-Man ESN College Football Preview SHO Movie "Hooray for Betty Boop." (1980) A compilation of 1930s B&W shorts. (1 hr, 20 min) USA Scholastic Sports Academy 9:00 4 College Football Pre-Game Show 7 12 Bugs Bunny/Road Runner-Cartoon 8 Let's Go 9 Mister Rogers 11 Community College Telecourse 21 Battle of The Planets ESN SportsCenter Plus NIK Pinwheel USA Pool Part 9 of the Miller King of The Hill billiards tournament, taped June 26th at Atlantic City, N.J. 9:20 4 College Football Teams were unset at press time. 9:30 2 Movie-Adventure "The Black Swan." (1942) Tyrone Power at the peak of his career as a dashing pirate on the Spanish Main. Maureen O'Hara. Morgan: Laird Cregar. (90 min) 5 Space Stars 6 8 Untamed World A visit to the tropical rain forests of Malaysia to observe animals including the Komodo dragon (the world's largest lizard) and the Java rhinoceros. 9 Electric Company 21 Hercules USA English Channel The art of puppetry behind the Iron Curtain; "Ambush at Iroquois Point," a historical drama. (3 hrs) 10AM 6 8 Creative Minds 9 Portraits in Pastel 11 Hot Fudge 13 Movie BW "Caught in The Draft." (1941) Bob Hope stars as a loudmouthed actor who vainly seeks to avoid the draft by marrying a colonel's daughter (Dorothy Lamour). (2 hrs) 21 Kidsworld SHO Movie "On the Town." (1949) Gene Kelly. (1 hr, 40 min) 10:05 17 Movie-Drama "A Gathering of Eagles." (1962), Rock Hudson, Mary Peach. (2 hrs, 30 min) 10:30 5 Spider-Man and his Amazing Friends 6 8 All in a Tube 7 Popeye and Olive 9 Quliting

11 Abbott and Costello BW 12 Jetsons 21 Rocket Robin Hood 11:00 2 What's New? 5 Daffy/Speedy 6 8 Zig Zag A ride on the Royal Hudson. 7 Blackstar 9 Interaction 11 Lone Ranger BW 12 Josie and the Pussycats 21 Audubon Wildlife Theatre ESN Pro Bowling The $100,000 Columbia 300 Open, taped Nov. 3 at Rock River, Ohio. (2 hrs) NIK Matt and Jenny 11:30 2 News from Zoos Segments: a tranquilized waterbuck has its hooves trimmed; a pair of young elephants respond to their keepers' commands. 5 Bullwinkle 6 Wrestling 7 Tarzan, Lone Ranger, Zorro 8 Show Biz 9 Simple Gifts 11 Hopalong Cassidy BW 12 Woody Woodpecker 21 Dr. Who NIK Rainbow Country AFTERNOON 12PM 2 Sportsweekend Scheduled: highlights of the North American Karting Championships at Goodwood, Ont.; a feature on the four-man Canadian team that scaled Gangapurna (24,455 feet high) in the Himalayas; and the Canadian Sport Parachuting Championships at Claresholm, AB. (3 hrs) 5 Sergeant Preston 8 Family Brown Country 9 Lawmakers 11 Movie-Western BW "Dark Command." (1940) Vigorous historical tale of Kansas during the Civil War, depicting the rise and fall of William Cantrell (Walter Pidgeon) and his raiders. Seton: John Wayne. (2 hrs) 12 Fat Albert A car buff "borrows" an auto. 13 Wrestling 21 100 Huntley Street NIK Studio See SHO Movie BW "Rascal Dazzle." (1981) See 6:30am for details. 12:30 4 College Football Pre-Game Show 5 Living the Good Life

6 8 Amazing Kreskin 7 12 Tom and Jerry 9 Enterprise NIK What will they Think of Next! USA Alive and Well! 12:35 17 Movie BW "Now Voyager." (1942) Bette Davis, Paul Henreid. (2 hrs, 25 min) [The movie is interrupted at 2PM for "College Scoreboard."] 12:50 4 College Football Teams were unset at presstime. 1PM 5 Sportsworld The Phoenix 150, taped Oct. 31 at the Phoenix (Ariz.) International Raceway. This is the final event on the 1981 CART circuit. Defending champion: Tom Sneva...The Mixed Pairs World Bodybuilding Championships, taped at Atlantic City, NJ. Also scheduled: a SportsJournal report. (90 min) 6 Island Country Garden 7 Fat Albert A prank gets out of hand. 8 Ready, Set, Grow 9 Movie BW "Notorious Gentleman." (1945) The wasted life and bad times of an unmitigated cad, beautifully played by Rex Harrison. Lilli Palmer. (2 hrs) 12 It's About People 13 Easy Livin' Country ESN SportsCenter Plus NIK Tomorrow People 1:30 6 Time of Your Life 7 30 Minutes A report on visual impairments. 8 Barlee Bree 12 12 Digest 13 Porter Wagoner 21 George Dalgleish-Home Repairs NIK Livewire 2PM 6 Woman to Woman Financial consultant Jerry Conner discusses women and money. 7 America's Top 10 8 Outdoors Unlimited 11 Movie BW "Tarzan Finds a Son." (1939) Tarzan (Johnny Weissmuller) and Jane (Maureen O'Sullivan) vs. inheritance hunters (Ian Hunter, Frieda Inescort) out to snatch Boy (John Sheffield.) (2 hrs) 12 Garner Ted Armstrong 13 Backstage at the Grand Ole Opry 21 Vancouver-Berger/LaPierre SHO Movie "Bhowani Junction." (1956), Ava Gardner.

2:30 5 Movie "Mulligan's Stew." (1977) Pilot film for the TV-series about a suburban family of five who take in four orphaned youngsters. Michael: Lawrence Pressman. (90 min) 6 Weekend Reporter Art gallery owner, Paul Kyle discusses the west coast art movement. 7 Emergency One! 8 You Can Do It 12 30 Minutes See 1:30PM, Ch. 7. 13 Nashville on The Road NIK Reggie Jackson's World of Sports USA You! 3:00 2 Wok with Yan 6 Island Sports Report 8 Wrestling 9 Picasso: A Painter's Diary (CC) 12 I Love Lucy BW 13 That Nashville Music 17 College Scoreboard USA Idea Notebook 3:05 17 Wrestling 3:30 2 Reach for The Top 6 Show Biz 7 CBS Sports Saturday Michael Spinks (17-0) defends his WBA light-heavyweight crown against Vonzell Johnson (22-2) in a scheduled 15-round bout, taped in Atlantic City. Spinks is making his first defense of the championship he won in July from Eddie Mustafa Muhammad. Johnson lost a February 1981 title fight to WBC champ Matthew Saad Muhammad. (90 min) 12 World of Travel 13 Pop Goes the Country HBO Rich Little and the Great Pretenders NIK Studio See USA Sports Probe 4PM 2 CBC News 4 Superman 5 Entertainment This Week Scheduled: Bo Derek, Raquel Welch, Carol Channing. (60 min) 6 8 Wide World of Sports Scheduled: highlights of the women's competition at the Canadian Gymnastic Championships in Saskatoon; the North American Amateur Boxing Championships at Shreveport, La; the chuckwagon races at the Calgary Stampede; and the World Arm Wrestling Championships at Kansas City, Mo. (2 hrs) 11 Bionic Woman 12 Funorama 13 Hee Haw Guests: Joe Stampley, Terri Gibbs, Boxcar Willie and the Million Dollar Band. 17 College Scoreboard

21 Here's Life ESN SportsCenter NIK What Will They Think of Next! SHO What's Up America! See Fri. 7PM. (60 min) USA Sports Look 4:05 17 Wrestling 4:30 2 This Week in Parliament 4 Big Valley 9 Presenting Karen Akers 12 Movie "Tarzan the Magnificent." (1960) The fabled jungle man (Gordon Scott) escorts a captured criminal (Jock Mahoney) cross-country to a police post. (90 min) ESN Gymnastics See 9:30PM for details. NIK Tomorrow People USA Boxing Bouts taped Nov 5 at New York. Cofeatured: Pete Padilla vs. Edwin Viruet and Hector Camacho vs. Fernando Rivero in scheduled 10-round contests. (2 hrs, 30 min) 5PM 2 NHL Hockey The Detroit Red Wings take on the Canadiens from Montreal (that's how it was written). (Live) 5 Carol Burnett and Friends 7 Safari to Adventure 9 Once Upon a Classic (CC) 11 Wonder Woman 13 Wild Wild West 21 1st News Western Review 62 Soccer Made in Germany HBO Movie "Freaky Friday." (1977) Barbara Harris, Jodie Foster. (1 hr, 35 min) [Preceded by two Disney shorts.] NIK Livewire SHO Hollywood 5:05 17 Nashville Alive! 5:30 4 Happy Days Again The boys stage a late-night protest against a 10 PM curfew. Richie: Ron Howard. Howard: Tom Bosley. 5 7 News 9 Photo Show 21 Global News ESN Best of The NFL The 1971 Dolphins-Chiefs AFC sudden-death playoff game. SHO Movie "Hooray for Betty Boop." (1980) See 8:30AM for details.

EVENING 4 Exploration Northwest Cameras follow a 300-mile bicycle tour along the Oregon Coast. 5 NBC News-Jessica Savitch 6 8 News 7 CBS News-Bob Schieffer 9 Cosmos (CC) A comparison of early and modern explorers begins in 17th century Holland and continues at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory. (Repeat, 60 min) 11 Star Trek The strange condition of an escaped prisoner leads Kirk and Spock (Leonard Nimoy) to investigate a model prison colony. (60 min) 12 Week's End 13 Movie "M*A*S*H." (1970) Donald Sutherland and Elliott Gould team in this irreverent account of Army surgeons in wartime Korea. Hot Lips: Sally Kellerman. Frank: Robert Duvall. Duke: Tom Skerritt. (2 hrs) 21 What Will They Think of Next! 62 Matinee at the Bijou ARTS Their World, Our World See 9PM. ESN Boxing Bouts from Las Vegas. Featured: Pipino Cuevas (29-6) vs. Roger Stafford (17-2-1) in a scheduled 10-round welterweight contest. Records provided by Ring Magazine. (Live) 6:05 17 Football Saturday 6:30 4 News 5 Jack Patera: Football A preview of tomorrow's Seahawks game against the Pittsburgh Steelers. 6 8 Sun Country 7 All in The Family An argument with his father drives Lionel out of the house, and into the Bunkers'. Lionel: Mike Evans. Archie: Carroll O'Connor. 12 Pink Panther 21 SCTV Network 90

Retro: DC/Baltimore/Delmarva Tues, Dec 20, 1977 from TV Guide-Washington/Baltimore edition WMAR 2-CBS Baltimore 6:30 Sunrise Semester "Man's Place in Nature" 7:00 CBS Morning News 8:00 Captain Kangaroo (WMAR carried only the first half-hour) 8:30 Romper Room 9:00 My Three Sons 9:30 Liar's Club 10:00 Joker's Wild 10:30 Price is Right

11:30 Love of Life 11:55 CBS News noon 2's Company (how to avoid holiday depression/Italian Christmas recipes) 12:30 Search for Tomorrow 1:00 Young & the Restless 1:30 As the World Turns 2:30 Guiding Light 3:30 All in the Family 4:00 Tom & Jerry 4:30 Andy Griffith 5:00 Bonanza 6:00 News 7:00 CBS Evening News 7:30 Sha Na Na 8:00 Straight Talk 8:30 Way Maryland Sees It 9:00 M*A*S*H 9:30 GE Theater "Tell Me My Name" 11:00 News 11:30 Movie "Norwood" 1:25 Kojak WRC 4-NBC Washington 6:00 Knowledge 6:30 Not for Women Only 7:00 Today (Gene Shalit has exotic gift ideas) 9:00 Marcus Welby, MD 10:00 Sanford & Son 10:30 Hollywood Squares 11:00 Wheel of Fortune 11:30 Knockout noon To Say the Least 12:30 That's Cat 1:00 For Richer, for Poorer 1:30 Days of Our Lives 2:30 Doctors 3:00 Another World 4:00 Gong Show 4:30 Mary Tyler Moore 5:00 News 7:00 NBC Nightly News 7:30 Hollywood Squares 8:00 Chuck Barris (Gong Show acts share the stage with celebs including Redd Foxx, the Temptations, Michelle Phillips, Linda Hopkins, Stephen Bishop, the Mills Brothers, and the Bay City Rollers) 9:00 Laugh-In Christmas Special (cameos from Shirley MacLaine, Bella Abzug, Robert Conrad, Flip Wilson, Rich Little, Sonny Bono, Roger Moore, Martin Mull, and Marjoe Gortner) 10:00 NBC Reports "Trouble in Coal Country" 11:00 News 11:30 Tonight Show (guest host John Davidson welcomes Sandy Duncan and Marilyn Sokol) 1:00 Tomorrow (honoring the Songwriters Hall of Fame with guests Sam Coslow and Hal Rome) 2:00 Take Five WTTG 5-Ind Washington 6:30 Girls & Women (bw/examining male and female roles from teen-age to retirement years) 7:00 Tom & Jerry

7:30 Porky Pig 8:00 Flintstones 8:30 Deputy Dawg 9:00 Dennis the Menace "The 50,000th Customer" (bw) 9:30 Father Knows Best (bw) 10:00 Dick Van Dyke (bw) 10:30 That Girl 11:00 Medical Center noon Panorama 2:00 I Love Lucy (bw) 2:30 I Dream of Jeannie 3:00 Archies 3:30 Fred Flintstone & Friends 4:00 New Mickey Mouse Club 4:30 Flintstones 5:00 Tom & Jerry 5:30 Partridge Family 6:00 My Three Sons 6:30 Family Affair 7:00 Andy Griffith 7:30 Brady Bunch 8:00 Match Game PM 8:30 A Woman is... (profiles 2 octogenarian women, one who runs a seniors group and the other celebrating 53 years of marriage) 9:00 Merv Griffin (from Vegas with guests Rich Little, Joe Frazier, and Doug Kershaw) 10:00 News 11:00 Odd Couple 11:30 Perry Mason (bw) 12:30 Movie "Bordertown" (bw) 2:25 Mission: Impossible WJLA 7-ABC Washington 6:30 University of Michigan 7:00 Good Morning America 9:00 AM Washington 10:00 Edge of Night 10:30 The Better Sex 11:00 Happy Days 11:30 Family Feud noon News 12:30 Ryan's Hope 1:00 All My Children 2:00 $20,000 Pyramid 2:30 One Life to Live 3:15 General Hospital 4:00 Movie "Julius Caesar" 6:00 News 7:00 ABC Evening News 7:30 Sha Na Na (guest Bernadette Peters) 8:00 Happy Days 8:30 Laverne & Shirley 9:00 Three's Company 9:30 Fish 10:00 Soap (30 min later and 1 hr long) 11:00 News 11:30 Movie "Hey, I'm Alive"

WGAL 8-NBC Lancaster 6:00 News 6:05 Farm, Home & Garden 6:25 News 6:30 Marty Robbins' Sportlight (honoring Mickey Gilley, guests include Cal Smith) 7:00 Today 9:00 Mike Douglas (co-host Jaime Lyn Bauer/guests Cindy Williams, Skitch Henderson, and Chris Barnes) 10:00 Sanford & Son 10:30 Hollywood Squares 11:00 Wheel of Fortune 11:30 Knockout noon To Say the Least 12:30 Noonday on 8 1:00 To Tell the Truth 1:30 Days of Our Lives 2:30 Doctors 3:00 Another World 4:00 For Richer, for Poorer 4:30 Merv Griffin (guests Angie Dickinson and Kelly Montieth) 6:00 News 6:30 NBC Nightly News 7:00 My Three Sons 7:30 Hollywood Squares 8:00 Chuck Barris 9:00 Laugh-In Christmas Special 10:00 NBC Reports "Trouble in Coal Country" 11:00 News 11:30 Tonight Show 1:00 Tomorrow 2:00 News WTOP 9-CBS Washington 6:00 Christopher Closeup (flag historian Whitney Smith talks about flags' role in history) 6:30 Town Meeting 7:00 CBS Morning News 8:00 Captain Kangaroo 9:00 Phil Donahue (a Minneapolis cop/minister running a shelter for prostitutes wanting to quit the trade) 10:00 Morning Break 11:00 TBA 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 3:30 All in the Family 4:00 Dinah! (guests William & Marcy Lafferty Shatner, Rita Moreno & Dr Leonard Gordon, Vidal & Beverly Sassoon, and plumber Bob Payne) 5:30 News 7:00 CBS Evening News 7:30 $25,000 Pyramid 8:00 Fitzpatricks

9:00 M*A*S*H 9:30 GE Theater "Tell Me My Name" 11:00 News 11:30 Movie "Norwood" 1:25 Kojak WBAL 11-NBC Baltimore 6:30 Learning to Do 7:00 Today 9:00 Phil Donahue (same guest as 9) 10:00 Baltimore at 10 10:30 Hollywood Squares 11:00 Wheel of Fortune 11:30 Knockout noon News 12:30 Bewitched 1:00 For Richer, for Poorer 1:30 Days of Our Lives 2:30 Doctors 3:00 Another World 4:00 Brady Bunch (guest star Deacon Jones) 4:30 Emergency One! 5:30 Mary Tyler Moore 6:00 News 6:30 NBC Nightly News 7:00 Bowling 7:30 Hollywood Squares 8:00 Update 8:30 Black Horizons 9:00 Laugh-In Christmas Special 10:00 NBC Reports "Trouble in Coal Country" 11:00 News 11:30 Tonight Show 1:00 Tomorrow WJZ 13-ABC Baltimore 5:50 Sign-On Seminar 6:20 News/Agricultural News 6:30 Not for Women Only 7:00 Good Morning America 9:00 Movie "Crawlspace" 10:30 On Location (Christmas cooking on the agenda as restauranteur Hans Kramm shows off a traditional Christmas goose recipe, and the DSS' Carol Zimmerman makes eggnog) 11:00 Happy Days 11:30 Family Feud noon News 12:30 Ryan's Hope 1:00 All My Children 2:00 $20,000 Pyramid 2:30 One Life to Live 3:15 General Hospital 4:00 Edge of Night 4:30 Mike Douglas (same guests as 8, plus Dirk Benedict) 6:00 News 7:00 ABC Evening News 7:30 Evening Magazine (F. Lee Bailey in the conclusion of a 2-part segment, Baltimore SWAT

training, how to make a Christmas cactus bloom) 8:00 Happy Days 8:30 Laverne & Shirley 9:00 M*A*S*H 9:30 Fish 10:00 Impact: Retirement & the Elderly (John Wade hosts a debate on mandatory retirement) 11:00 News 11:30 Movie "Hey, I'm Alive" 1:10 News 1:20 Movie "The French Line" WBOC 16-CBS/NBC/ABC Salisbury 6:30 Sunrise Semester "Man's Place in Nature" 7:00 Today 9:00 Dinah! (guests Orson Welles, Marlo Thomas, Elizabeth Ashley, and Michelle Phillips) 10:00 Sanford & Son 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 For Richer, for Poorer 1:30 As the World Turns 2:30 Guiding Light 3:30 All in the Family 4:00 Edge of Night 4:30 Gilligan's Island (bw) 5:00 Gunsmoke 6:00 Odd Couple (guest star Edward Villella of the NYC ballet teaches to boys how to dance) 6:30 News 7:00 CBS Evening News 7:30 Welcome Back, Kotter 8:00 Happy Days 8:30 Laverne & Shirley 9:00 M*A*S*H 9:30 GE Theater "Tell Me My Name" 11:00 News 11:30 Tonight Show WDCA 20-Ind Washington 6:30 Channel 20 Club 7:00 Spiderman 7:30 Woody Woodpecker 8:00 Bugs Bunny 8:30 Kimba the White Lion 9:00 Little Rascals (bw) 9:30 Romper Room 10:00 700 Club (discussing drug addiction) 11:30 Rock noon Movie "Git!" 2:00 Banana Splits 2:30 Marine Boy 3:00 Speed Racer 3:30 Ultraman 4:00 Jonny Quest 4:30 Superfriends

5:00 Spiderman 5:30 Gilligan's Island (bw) 6:00 Emergency One! 7:00 Carol Burnett & Friends (guests Alan King and Lena Zavaroni) 7:30 Hogan's Heroes 8:00 Movie "Bedazzled" 10:00 Oral Roberts Christmas Special (guests Dionne Warwick, Richard Roberts and family, and the World Action singers; WTTG also ran this in DC at 7pm on Christmas Day...this aired Thursday in Hagerstown (7pm, WHAG) and Delmarva (10pm, WBOC)) 11:00 Forever Fernwood 11:30 Movie "Keep the Red Light Burning" (bw) Maryland Public TV (PBS): WAPB 22-Annapolis, WCPB 28-Salisbury, WWPB 31-Hagerstown, WMPB 67-Baltimore (TVG listed 22/67, mentioning 28/31 as relays) 7:00 Up on the Farm 7:30 19th Century Novel 8:00 Teaching Children with Special Needs 8:30 Eight Steps to Excellence 9:00 Instructional Programs 3:00 Organizational Transactions 3:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 4:00 Sesame Street 5:00 Electric Company 5:30 Over Easy (guest Frederick Brisson, husband of Rosalind Russell) 6:00 Basic Education: Teaching the Adult 6:30 ITV Utilization 7:00 GED: High School Diploma 7:30 MacNeil-Lehrer Report 8:00 Christmastime with Mister Rogers 9:00 In Performance at Wolf Trap (a all-Tchaikovsky concert with the National Symphony Orchestra and Rohan McCullough, featuring the Nutcracker Suite) 10:00 Festival of Carols (7 local choirs perform at Mount Vernon Place United Methodist Church in Baltimore) 11:00 Elizabethan Christmas Celebration 11:30 Dick Cavett (guest Psychologist Julian Jaynes) 12:30 Captioned ABC News WHAG 25-NBC Hagerstown 7:00 Today 9:00 Insight 9:30 Music City 10:00 Sanford & Son 10:30 Hollywood Squares 11:00 Wheel of Fortune 11:30 Knockout noon To Say the Least 12:30 Gong Show 1:00 For Richer, for Poorer 1:30 Days of Our Lives 2:30 Doctors 3:00 Another World 4:00 PTL Club (guests the Rex Nelon Singers and Robert P. Lamb) 6:00 News 6:30 NBC Nightly News 7:00 Jacobs Brothers 7:30 Insight

8:00 Chuck Barris 9:00 Laugh-In Christmas Special 10:00 NBC Reports "Trouble in Coal Country" 11:00 News 11:30 Tonight Show 1:00 Tomorrow WETA 26-PBS Washington 7:30 MacNeil-Lehrer Report 8:00 Lilias, Yoga & You 8:30 Villa Alegre 9:00 Sesame Street (x2) 11:00 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 11:30 Electric Company noon Over Easy (Brisson) 12:30 Dick Cavett (guest illustrator Edward Gorey) 1:00 Norman Scribner Choir (the choir performs "The Christmas Story" by Heinrich Schutz) 2:00 Movie "Breaking the Sound Barrier" (bw) 4:00 Sesame Street 5:00 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 5:30 Electric Company 6:00 Zoom 6:30 Over Easy (interview with Patricia Beal/Marvin Belli with law notes) 7:00 TBA 7:30 MacNeil-Lehrer Report 8:00 Christmastime with Mister Rogers 9:00 In Performance at Wolf Trap 10:00 Greenpeace: Voyages to Save the Whale (a look at 1975/76 Greenpeace attempts to stop commercial whaling) 11:00 Dick Cavett (Jaynes) 11:30 Captioned ABC News WBFF 45-Ind Baltimore 6:45 News 7:00 Three Stooges (bw)/Cartoons 7:30 Little Rascals (bw) 8:00 Flintstones 8:30 Gilligan's Island 9:00 Dennis the Menace (bw) 9:30 I Love Lucy (bw) 10:00 Sanford & Son (not cleared by ch 11) 10:30 Dinah! (same guests as 9) noon Perry Mason (bw) 1:00 Movie "Blood Arrow" (bw) 3:00 Munsters (bw) 3:30 Flintstones (x2) 4:30 Batman (Victor Buono as King Tut) 5:00 Gilligan's Island 5:30 Gomer Pyle, USMC 6:00 I Dream of Jeannie 6:30 Get Smart 7:00 Hogan's Heroes 7:30 I Love Lucy (bw) 8:00 Perry Mason (bw) 9:00 Champions 10:00 Oral Roberts Christmas Special

11:00 Peyton Place 11:30 Movie "Fort Worth" 12:55 News WNVT 53-PBS Annandale (relayed on 14 Washington) Instructional programs during daytime 3pm Over Easy (Brisson) 3:30 Lilias, Yoga & You 4:00 Parent Effectiveness 4:30 Villa Alegre 5:00 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 5:30 Electric Company 6:00 Lilias, Yoga & You 6:30 Over Easy (Neal/Belli) 7:00 Sing Me Noel (Mormon Youth Symphony & Chorus perform Christmas music) 7:30 Virginia Side 8:00 Christmastime with Mister Rogers 9:00 In Performance at Wolf Trap 10:00 Greenpeace: Voyages to Save the Whale Retro: Southeast Texas Monday, December 19, 1977 By request, from TV Guide, Southeast Texas Edition: KPRC Ch. 2 Houston (NBC) 6:30 Not For Women Only 7 AM Today (guest: Wilma Rudolph; Tom Brokaw and Jane Pauley were hosting) 9 AM Sanford And Son 9:30 Hollywood Squares (this week it's "Storybook Squares": Big Bird, George Gobel, Pat Harrington, Bill and Susan Hayes ("Days Of Our Lives"), Florence Henderson, Soupy Sales, Connie Stevens, Jo Anne Worley, Paul Lynde) 10 AM Wheel Of Fortune 10:30 Knockout (Arte Johnson hosts) 11 AM To Say The Least (Jed Allan, Jamie Farr, Carol Lawrence, Jo Anne Worley) 11:30 Gong Show 12 N Nancy Ames/News 12:30 Days Of Our Lives 1:30 The Doctors 2 PM Another World 3 PM Doris Day 3:30 My Three Sons 4 PM Odd Couple 4:30 Mary Tyler Moore 5 PM News 5:30 NBC News (John Chancellor/David Brinkley) 6 PM News 6:30 Muppet Show (guest: Madeline Kahn) 7 PM Bob Hope (guests: Perry Como, Olivia NewtonJohn, Mark Hamill) 8 PM NBC Movie: "Wilma" (Shirley Jo Finney plays

Wilma Rudolph in this true story of how, as a child, she wore a leg brace as the result of scarlet fever and pneumonia, but overcame her challenge to become an Olympic gold medalist in track in 1960.) 10 PM News 10:30 Tonight Show (John Davidson subs for Johnny; guests are Debbie Reynolds, Kenny Rogers, and Pete Barbutti) 12 M Tomorrow (guest: Bette Davis) KATC Ch. 3 Lafayette, LA (ABC) 6:30 Pop Goes The Country (guest: Marty Robbins) 7 AM Good Morning America (David Hartman) 9 AM Mike Douglas (from Hollywood: Carroll O'Connor, Jean Stapleton, Rob Reiner, Sally Struthers, TV director Paul Bogart, Shaun Cassidy) 10 AM Happy Days 10:30 Family Feud 11 AM The Better Sex (Bill Anderson and Sarah Purcell host) 11:30 Ryan's Hope 12 N All My Children 1 PM $20,000 Pyramid (Lucie Arnaz, Clifton Davis) 1:30 One Life To Live 2:15 General Hospital 3 PM Edge Of Night 3:30 Little Rascals (2 episodes) 4 PM Brady Bunch 4:30 My Three Sons 5 PM ABC News (Harry Reasoner/Barbara Walters) 5:30 News 6:30 Gomer Pyle, USMC 7 PM San Pedro Beach Bums 8 PM Liberty Bowl: Nebraska-North Carolina (from Memphis, Keith Jackson and Frank Broyles report) 11 PM News (time approximate) 11:30 Gunsmoke KBTX Ch. 3 Bryan (CBS/ABC) 6 AM CBS News (Lesley Stahl/Richard Threlkeld) 7 AM Good Morning America 9 AM Tattletales (Jack and Wallace Albertson, Tom and Jo Lasorda, Robert Urich and Heather Menzies) 9:30 TBA 10 AM Town Talk 10:30 Love Of Life 10:55 CBS News (Douglas Edwards) 11 AM Young And The Restless 11:30 Search For Tomorrow 12 N Ten Acres (picked up from KWTX/10 Waco) 12:30 As The World Turns 1:30 One Life To Live 2:15 General Hospital 3 PM Edge Of Night

3:30 Little Rascals And Friends 4:30 Beverly Hillbillies 5 PM Andy Griffith 5:30 CBS News (Walter Cronkite) 6 PM News 6:30 Match Game PM 7 PM Barbi Doll For Christmas (Barbi Benton hosts, with guests Johnny Rodriguez, Mickey Gilley, Archie Campbell, Dave & Sugar, Charlie McCoy) 8 PM Liberty Bowl 11 PM News (time approximate) 11:30 Movie: "Deliver Us From Evil" KJAC (KBTV) Ch. 4 Beaumont-Port Arthur (NBC) 6:55 Mouzon Biggs Today 7 AM Today 9 AM Sanford And Son 9:30 Hollywood Squares 10 AM Wheel Of Fortune 10:30 Knockout 11 AM To Say The Least 11:30 Gong Show 12 N News 12:30 Days Of Our Lives 1:30 The Doctors 2 PM Another World 3 PM For Richer, For Poorer 3:30 New Mickey Mouse Club 4 PM Leave It To Beaver 4:30 My Three Sons 5 PM Adam-12 5:30 NBC News 6 PM News 6:30 Wild Kingdom 7 PM Bob Hope 8 PM NBC Movie: "Wilma" 10 PM News 10:30 Tonight Show 12 M Tomorrow KFDM Ch. 6 Beaumont-Port Arthur (CBS) 6:30 Sunrise Semester (topic not given) 6:55 Coffee With Pastor Dabney 7 AM CBS News 8 AM Captain Kangaroo (guest: Arte Johnson) 9 AM Tattletales 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

2:30 All In The Family 3 PM Match Game '77 (Richard Dawson, Mary Ann Mobley, Tom Poston, Charles Nelson Reilly, Brett Somers, Betty White) 3:30 Bewitched 4 PM Little Rascals 4:30 Emergency One! 5:30 CBS News 6 PM News 6:30 Brady Bunch 7 PM Logan's Run 8 PM Maude 8:30 Betty White (she plays the star of the fictional TV series "Undercover Woman," John Hillerman plays her ex-husband, the show's director) 9 PM Switch 10 PM News 10:30 CBS Movie: "All My Darling Daughters' Anniversary" (1973 followup to the '72 TV movie "All My Darling Daughters"--Robert Young plays a widowed judge trying to figure out how to tell his four daughters he's going to remarry) KPLC Ch. 7 Lake Charles, LA (NBC) 6 AM Louisiana Today 6:55 Abundant Living 7 AM Today 9 AM Romper Room 9:30 Hollywood Squares 10 AM Wheel Of Fortune 10:30 Knockout 11 AM To Say The Least 11:30 Midday 12 N News 12:30 Days Of Our Lives 1:30 The Doctors 2 PM Another World 3 PM For Richer, For Poorer 3:30 Batman (Pierre Salinger as Lucky Pierre) 4 PM Little Rascals/Three Stooges 5 PM Brady Bunch 5:30 NBC News 6 PM News 6:30 Mary Tyler Moore 7 PM Bob Hope 8 PM NBC Movie: "Wilma" 10 PM News 10:30 Tonight Show 12 M Tomorrow KUHT Ch. 8 Houston (PBS) 6:30 Lilias, Yoga And You 7 AM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 7:30 Sesame Street

8:30 In-school programs 12:15 Electric Company 12:45 In-school programs 3:30 Electric Company 4 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 4:30 Sesame Street 5:30 Zoom 6 PM Over Easy (Rosalind Russell's husband Frederick Brisson is guest) 6:30 MacNeil/Lehrer Report 7 PM Evening At Symphony (the conclusion of Handel's "Messiah") 8:30 Hollywood Television Theatre 10 PM Dick Cavett (guest: illustrator Edward Gorey) 10:30 Challenge 11:30 Captioned ABC News KTRE Ch. 9 Lufkin (NBC/ABC) 5:30 PTL Club 6:30 Farm And Ranch Report 7 AM Today 9 AM PTL Club continues 10 AM Happy Days 10:30 Family Feud 11 AM The Better Sex 11:30 Ryan's Hope 12 N News 12:10 Hi-Noon 12:30 Days Of Our Lives 1:30 The Doctors 2 PM Another World 3 PM Edge Of Night 3:30 New Mickey Mouse Club 4 PM Little Rascals 4:30 Partridge Family 5 PM Brady Bunch 5:30 ABC News 6 PM News 6:30 Wild Kingdom 7 PM San Pedro Beach Bums 8 PM Liberty Bowl 11 PM News (time approximate) 11:30 Tonight Show (joined in progress) KLFY Ch. 10 Lafayette, LA (CBS) 5:40 Rosary 6 AM Passe Partout 7 AM CBS News 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Tattletales 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 Meet Your Neighbor 12:30 As The World Turns 1:30 Guiding Light 2:30 All In The Family 3 PM Match Game '77 3:30 Three Stooges (2 episodes) 4 PM Superman 4:30 Beverly Hillbillies 5 PM News 5:30 CBS News 6 PM News 6:30 Andy Griffith 7 PM Logan's Run 8 PM Maude 8:30 Betty White 9 PM Switch 10 PM News 10:30 CBS Movie: "All My Darling Daughters' Anniversary" KHOU Ch. 11 Houston (CBS) 6 AM Sorting It Out 6:30 CBS News 7:30 Morning Show 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Tattletales 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 2:30 All In The Family 3 PM Dinah! 4 PM Emergency One! 5 PM News 5:30 CBS News 6 PM News 6:30 Match Game PM 7 PM Logan's Run 8 PM Maude 8:30 Barbara Jordan's America (she represented Houston in Congress) 9 PM Switch 10 PM News 10:30 CBS Movie: "All My Darling Daughters' Anniversary" KBMT Ch. 12 Beaumont-Port Arthur (ABC) 6 AM PTL Club 7 AM Good Morning America

9 AM Odd Couple 9:30 Room 222 10 AM Happy Days 10:30 Family Feud 11 AM The Better Sex 11:30 Ryan's Hope 12 N All My Children 1 PM $20,000 Pyramid 1:30 One Life To Live 2:15 General Hospital 3 PM Edge Of Night 3:30 Bullwinkle 4 PM Three Stooges 5 PM ABC News 5:30 Munsters 6 PM News 6:30 Andy Griffith 7 PM San Pedro Beach Bums 8 PM Liberty Bowl 11 PM News (time approximate) 11:30 Movie: "Lady For A Night" KTRK Ch. 13 Houston (ABC) 6 AM Town And Country 6:30 Playmates/Schoolmates 7 AM A.M. Houston/News 7:30 Good Morning America (joined in progress) 9 AM Good Morning Houston 10 AM Happy Days 10:30 Family Feud 11 AM The Better Sex 11:30 Ryan's Hope 12 N All My Children 1 PM $20,000 Pyramid 1:30 One Life To Live 2:15 General Hospital 3 PM Movie: "Sandy The Seal" 4:30 Christmas Lost And Found (Davey and Goliath discover the meaning of Christmas) 5 PM News 5:30 ABC News 6 PM News 6:30 Price Is Right 7 PM San Pedro Beach Bums 8 PM Liberty Bowl 11 PM News (time approximate) 11:30 Big Valley 12:30 College Football Bowl Preview KAMU Ch. 15 College Station (PBS) 2:30 Villa Alegre 3 PM Sesame Street 4 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 4:30 Electric Company

5 PM Zoom 5:30 Over Easy 6 PM MacNeil/Lehrer Report 6:30 News 7 PM Evening At Symphony 8:30 Hollywood Television Theatre: "The Hemingway Play" (the life of Ernest Hemingway with four characters representing the author at different ages on stage at the same time) 10 PM Montage 10:30 Dick Cavett sign off 11 PM KDOG (KRIV) Ch. 26 Houston (Ind.) 6 AM Green Acres 6:30 No. 26 Morning Place (kids' show) 8 AM Harold Gunn (local) 8:30 Andy Griffith 9 AM PTL Club 10 AM Donahue 11 AM Mike Douglas (Mike's 16th anniversary: co-host Anthony Newley, Carmel Quinn, Rex Reed, Debby Boone, Sargent Shriver, Alan Shepherd, Nancy Fleming (Miss America 1961, the year Mike's show began), Dorothy Benham (Miss America 1977), two film historians) 12:30 Movie: "South Of St. Louis" 2 PM Hazel 2:30 Fun World (I think this is "Fun World Of Hanna-Barbera") 3 PM Underdog 3:30 Porky Pig And His Friends 4 PM New Mickey Mouse Club 4:30 Flipper 5 PM Partridge Family 5:30 Get Smart 6 PM McHale's Navy 6:30 Hogan's Heroes 7 PM Alvin High School (Ch. 26 has high-school choruses performing Christmas music all week) 8 PM El milagro de vivir (novela) 8:30 Exitos (music) 9 PM Barata de primavera (novela) 9:55 News 10 PM Forever Fernwood 10:30 The Rookies 11:30 Green Acres 12 M PTL Club KHTV (KIAH) Ch. 39 Houston (Ind.) 6:30 Jeff's Collie 7 AM Three Stooges/Little Rascals 8 AM Leave It To Beaver 8:30 Dusty's Treehouse

9 AM Movie: "Kelly And Me" 11 AM Calendar With Marijane And Pat 12 N Untouchables 1 PM The FBI 2 PM I Dream Of Jeannie 2:30 The Archies 3 PM Popeye & Friends 3:30 Flintstones 4 PM Banana Splits 4:30 Gilligan's Island 5 PM Bewitched 5:30 Dick Van Dyke 6 PM Brady Bunch 6:30 Adam-12 7 PM Gunsmoke 8 PM Movie: "Blondie Takes A Vacation" 10 PM Dragnet 10:30 700 Club 12 M Life In The Spirit 12:30 News Retro: New York City, Monday, December 20, 1948 Source; NY Times Channels/Stations 2-WCBS-TV (CBS) 4-WNBT (NBC) 5-WABC (DuMont) 7-WJZ-TV (ABC) 11-WPIX (Ind) 13-WATV (Ind) MORNING 7:00 5-News, Weather; Keep Fit (exercise) 7:45 5-Your School Reporter 8:00 5-Camera Headlines (newsreel) 8:30 5-Kindergarten with Pat Meikle 9:00 5-News; Morning Chapel 9:30 5-News, Time; Amanda (songs) 10:00 5-Television Shopper 13-Test Pattern, Selected Films (to 5 PM) 10:30 5-Friendship Circle 11:00 5-Stan Shaw (talk, variety)

AFTERNOON 12:00 5-News, Weather 12:30 5-Ted Steele (variety) 1:00 5-Okay, Mother with Dennis James 1:30 5-News; Spare Room 3:00 5-The Needle Shop (instruction) 3:15 5-Vincent Lopez (music) 3:30 5-Time, Weather; Women's Club 4:00 5-And Everything Nice 4:15 5-Inside Photography (instruction) 5:00 5-Ted Steele 11-Comics On Parade 5:15 5-Society Page 11-Playtime (children) 5:30 4-Howdy Doody with Buffalo Bob Smith 5:45 5-Children's Records 11-Magic Books (children) EVENING 6:00 4-Easy Does It (variety) 5-Small Fry Club with Bob Emery 11-News; Six Gun Playhouse (Western films) 6:15 2-Music and Weather 6:30 2-Lucky Pup (children) 4-Western film 5-Russ Hodges with Sports 6:45 2-Bob Howard Show (music, variety) 7:00 2-Film shorts; Norway 4-The Monahans (situation comedy) 5-Doorway to Fame; Johnny Olson, host; Cy Coleman, guest 7-News and Views with Gordon Fraser 11-News; Record Rendezvous with Stan Shaw 7:15 2-Places, People with Barry Wood 7-The Fitzgeralds (talk) 7:30

2-CBS News with Douglas Edwards 4-America's Song with Paul Arnold 7-Kiernan's Corner with Walter Kiernan (news and comment) 11-Newsreel 7:40 11-Jimmy Jemail, Inquiring Photographer 7:45 2-Make Mine Music with Carole Coleman, Larry Douglas 5-Adrienne; songs 7:50 4-Newsreel Theater with John Cameron Swayze 8:00 2-Prize Party (game show); Bill Slater, host 4-Tele-Theater (drama); "A Little Matter of Faith" with Frank Conroy and Iris Mann 5-Court of Current Issues; "What Is The Economic Outlook For 1949?" Paul Porter, Merryle S, Rukeyser, Lawrence Fertig, panelists 7-On Trial; Should Our Divorce Laws Be Changed? 11-Eddie Condon Floor Show (variety); Sarah Vaughan, Buddy Rich, guests 8:30 2-Arthur Godfrey's Talent Scouts 4-Nature of Things (science); Dr. Roy Marshall 7-Film Shorts 11-College Basketball; Dayton University vs. Seton Hall 8:45 4-Travel Film 9:00 2-College Basketball doubleheader; NYU vs. Georgia, then Long Island U. vs. Georgia Tech 4-Television Newsreel; NBC Presents 5-Newsreel 9:30 4-Americana Quiz with Ben Grauer 10:00 4-Who Said That? (quiz); Walter Kiernan, host; Al Capp, Col. Stoopnagle, Quentin Reynolds, John Cameron Swayze, Robert Trout, panelists 10:45 11-Newsreel 11:00 2-Newsreel Retro: Southeast Texas Saturday, December 17, 1977 From TV Guide, Southeast Texas Edition: KPRC Ch. 2 Houston (NBC) 7 AM C.B. Bears 8 AM Space Sentinels 8:30 Super Witch 9 AM Bang-Shang Lalapalooza 9:30 I Am The Greatest: The Adventures Of Muhammad Ali 10 AM Thunder 10:30 Search And Rescue 11 AM Baggy Pants And The Nitwits 11:30 Red Hand Gang 12 N This Is The NFL

12:30 Movie: "Pursuit To Algiers" 1:45 Movie: "Sherlock Holmes In Dressed To Kill" (Basil Rathbone's last Sherlock Holmes film, from '46) 3 PM NFL Football: Bills-Dolphins 6 PM News (time approximate) 6:30 Eyes Of Texas 7 PM Bionic Woman 8 PM NBC Movie: "The Incredible Rocky Mountain Race" 10 PM News 10:30 Saturday Night Live (Mrs. Miskel Spillman, winner of the "Anyone Can Host" contest, musical guests the Sex Pistols) 12 M Monty Python's Flying Circus 12:30 Little Ole Show That Comes On... KATC Ch. 3 Lafayette, LA (ABC) 7 AM Superfriends 8 AM Scooby's Laff-A-Lympics 10 AM Krofft Supershow 11 AM ABC Weekend Special: "Psst! Hammerman's After You!" 12 N American Bandstand (guests: the Babys) 12:30 The Commanders (Isoroku Yamamoto, commander of the combined Japanese fleet at Pearl Harbor) 1:30 Independence Bowl: Louisville-Louisiana Tech (from Shreveport) 4:30 Wide World Of Sports: Sugar Ray Leonard vs. Hector "Chinito" Diaz, welterweights, 8 rounds, from Washington, DC; NASCAR National 500 from Charlotte Motor Speedway (time approximate, joined in progress) 5:30 ABC News (Sylvia Chase/Tom Jarriel) 6 PM Wayne Newton: A Christmas Card (guests: Lynn Anderson, Barbara McNair, Rita Moreno) 7 PM Tabitha 7:30 Operation Petticoat 8 PM NFL Football: Vikings-Lions 11 PM News (time approximate) 11:30 ABC News (Sylvia Chase/Tom Jarriel) 11:45 Movie: "Shane" KBTX Ch. 3 Bryan (CBS/ABC) 7 AM Skatebirds 8 AM Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Show 9:30 Batman/Tarzan Adventure Hour 10:30 Space Academy 11 AM Secrets Of Isis 11:30 The NFL Today 12 N NFL Football: Los Angeles Rams-Redskins 3 PM Forum (time approximate) 3:30 1977 All-America Team 4 PM Wide World Of Sports

5:30 CBS News (Bob Schieffer) 6 PM Hee Haw (guests: Dennis Weaver and Susan Raye) 7 PM Tabitha 7:30 Operation Petticoat 8 PM NFL Football: Vikings-Lions 11 PM News (time approximate) 11:30 Movie: "The Great Bank Robbery" KJAC (KBTV) Ch. 4 Beaumont-Port Arthur (NBC) 7 AM C.B. Bears 8 AM Space Sentinels 8:30 Super Witch 9 AM Bang-Shang Lalapalooza 9:30 I Am The Greatest: The Adventures Of Muhammad Ali 10 AM Thunder 10:30 Search And Rescue 11 AM Baggy Pants And The Nitwits 11:30 Red Hand Gang 12 N NFL Game Of The Week 12:30 Black Outreach 1 PM This Is The NFL 1:30 Ironside 2:30 NFL '77 (Edward Villella shows how to prevent knee injuries.) 3 PM NFL Football: Bills-Dolphins 6 PM Hee Haw (time approximate) 7 PM Bionic Woman 8 PM NBC Movie: "The Incredible Rocky Mountain Race" 10 PM News 10:30 Saturday Night Live KFDM Ch. 6 Beaumont-Port Arthur (CBS) 6:30 Sunrise Semester (topic not given) 7 AM Skatebirds 8 AM Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Show 9:30 Batman/Tarzan Adventure Hour 10:30 Space Academy 11 AM Secrets Of Isis 11:30 The NFL Today 12 N NFL Football: Rams-Redskins 3 PM CBS Sports Spectacular: Carlos Palomino vs. Jose Palacios, welterweight championship; NHRA World Finals; U.S. Pro Armwrestling Championships; Part 10 of World's Strongest Man competition (time approximate) 5 PM Feedback 5:30 CBS News 6 PM News 6:30 Lamar University 7 PM Bob Newhart 7:30 We've Got Each Other 8 PM Movie: "White Christmas"

10:30 News 11 PM Movie: "Can-Can" 12:30 Soul Train KPLC Ch. 7 Lake Charles, LA (NBC) 6:30 Better Way 7 AM C.B. Bears 8 AM Space Sentinels 8:30 Super Witch 9 AM Bang-Shang Lalapalooza 9:30 I Am The Greatest: The Adventures Of Muhammad Ali 10 AM Thunder 10:30 Search And Rescue 11 AM Baggy Pants And The Nitwits 11:30 Red Hand Gang 12 N Hee Haw 1 PM Movie: "Little Boy Lost" 3 PM NFL Football: Bills-Dolphins 6 PM News (time approximate) 6:30 New Truth Or Consequences (Bob Hilton is no Bob Barker; the show lasts one season.) 7 PM Bionic Woman 8 PM NBC Movie: "The Incredible Rocky Mountain Race" 10 PM News 10:30 Movie: "The Honkers" KUHT Ch. 8 Houston (PBS) 7 AM Sesame Street 8 AM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 8:30 Electric Company 9 AM Once Upon A Classic 9:30 Zoom 10 AM Villa Alegre 10:30 Sesame Street 11:30 Crockett's Victory Garden 12 N Gift To Last 1 PM Portrait Of A Nurse 1:30 Those Golden Years (New York's elderly poor) 3:30 Daniel Foster, M.D. 4 PM Washington Week In Review 4:30 Wall Street Week 5 PM Mundo Real 5:30 Noticias 6 PM Black Perspective On The News 6:30 Minority Report 7 PM All-Star Soccer 8 PM Microbes And Men (Robert Koch, Paul Ehrlich, and Emil Behring work on cures for tuberculosis and diphtheria.) 9 PM James Michener's World: "Hawaii Revisited" 10 PM Movie: "Forbidden Games" 11:30 Territory

KTRE Ch. 9 Lufkin (NBC/ABC) 7 AM Superfriends 8 AM Scooby's Laff-A-Lympics 10 AM Krofft Supershow 11 AM Cosmic Christmas 11:30 The NFL Today (Ch. 9's only CBS program was NFL football because of the Cowboys.) 12 N NFL Football: Rams-Redskins 3 PM NFL Football: Bills-Dolphins (time approximate) 6 PM News 6:30 TBA 7 PM Bionic Woman 8 PM NFL Football: Vikings-Lions 11 PM News (time approximate) 11:30 Saturday Night Live (joined in progress) 12 M Discotheque America 1 AM ABC News KLFY Ch. 10 Lafayette, LA (CBS) 6:45 Rosary 7 AM Skatebirds 8 AM Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Show 9:30 Batman/Tarzan Adventure Hour 10:30 Space Academy 11 AM Secrets Of Isis 11:30 The NFL Today 12 N NFL Football: Rams-Redskins 3 PM CBS Sports Spectacular (time approximate) 5 PM That Nashville Music 5:30 CBS News 6 PM News 6:30 Wild Kingdom 7 PM Bob Newhart 7:30 We've Got Each Other 8 PM The Jeffersons 8:30 Tony Randall 9 PM Kojak 10 PM News 10:30 Movie: "Anything Can Happen" KHOU Ch. 11 Houston (CBS) 6:30 Saturday Morning Show 7 AM Skatebirds 8 AM Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Show 9:30 Batman/Tarzan Adventure Hour 10:30 Space Academy 11 AM Secrets Of Isis 11:30 The NFL Today 12 N NFL Football: Rams-Redskins 3 PM TBA 3:30 Movie: TBA 5 PM Sorting It Out

5:30 CBS News 6 PM News 6:30 Wolfman Jack 7 PM Bob Newhart 7:30 We've Got Each Other 8 PM The Jeffersons 8:30 Tony Randall 9 PM Kojak 10 PM News 10:30 Movie: TBA 12:30 Movie: TBA KBMT Ch. 12 Beaumont-Port Arthur (ABC) 6:30 Jabberjaw (delay from Sun 9:30 AM) 7 AM Superfriends 8 AM Scooby's Laff-A-Lympics 10 AM Krofft Supershow 11 AM ABC Weekend Special 12 N American Bandstand 12:30 Movie: "The Red Pony" 2 PM In Conquest Of The Sea (Japan's sea floors from Tokyo to Okinawa) 3 PM Wayne Newton's Country Portraits (guests: Barbara Mandrell, Tanya Tucker, Tammy Wynette) 4 PM Wide World Of Sports 5:30 ABC News 6 PM Lawrence Welk (wintry melodies) 7 PM Tabitha 7:30 Operation Petticoat 8 PM NFL Football: Vikings-Lions 11 PM News (time approximate) 11:30 Baretta (delay from Fri 10:30 PM) 12:40 PTL Club KTRK Ch. 13 Houston (ABC) 6 AM Davey And Goliath 6:30 Treehouse Club 7 AM Superfriends 8 AM Scooby's Laff-A-Lympics 10 AM Krofft Supershow 11 AM ABC Weekend Special 12 N Movie: "Susan Slept Here" 2 PM Big Valley 3 PM 1977 World Finals Of Drag Racing 4 PM Wide World Of Sports 5:30 News 6 PM Hee Haw 7 PM Tabitha 7:30 Operation Petticoat 8 PM NFL Football: Vikings-Lions 11 PM News (time approximate) 11:30 Movie: "Flying Tigers" 1:30 ABC News

1:45 Movie: "Thunder Over The Plains" KAMU Ch. 15 College Station (PBS) 8 AM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 8:30 Electric Company 9 AM Once Upon A Classic 9:30 Daniel Foster, M.D. 10 AM Washington Week In Review 10:30 Consumer Survival Kit 11 AM French Chef 11:30 Crockett's Victory Garden 12 N Hodgepodge Lodge 12:30 Flower Show 1 PM Word On Words 1:30 Guppies To Groupers 2 PM By-Line 2:30 Opa 3 PM Garden Show 3:30 Cinema Showcase 4 PM Best Of Families 5 PM Open House 5:30 Viewpoint 6 PM Black Perspective On The News 6:30 Portrait Of A Nurse 7 PM Best Of Families (conclusion) 8 PM James Michener's World 9 PM Visions: "Prison Game" sign off 10:30 PM KDOG (KRIV) Ch. 26 Houston (Ind.) 6 AM Cartoons 7:30 Movie: "The Ghost Rider" 8:30 Fury 9 AM Movie: "The Silent Code" 10 AM Cisco Kid 10:30 Movie: "Rainbow Over Texas" (Roy Rogers and Dale Evans) 11:30 Lone Ranger 12 N Maverick 1 PM Wally's Workshop 1:30 For You (I don't know if this is For You... Black Woman) 2 PM Medix 2:30 Journey To Adventure 3 PM Superman 3:30 Movie: "Panda And The Magic Serpent" 5 PM Swiss Family Robinson 5:30 The Avengers 6:30 Disco Fever (preview of "Saturday Night Fever") 7:30 Don Kirshner's Rock Concert 9 PM Movie: "White Christmas" 11:30 Movie: "House Of Usher" 1 AM Movie: "Arrivederci, Baby!"

3:30 Movie: TBA KHTV (KIAH) Ch. 39 Houston (Ind.) 7:30 Better Way 8 AM Campus Workshop 8:30 Facet 9 AM TBA 10 AM Marlo And The Magic Movie Machine 11 AM Buck Owens 11:30 Tom Landry: Dallas Cowboys football 12 N Soul Train 1 PM Wanted: Dead Or Alive 1:30 Thriller 2:30 Batman 3 PM Tarzan 4 PM Untouchables 5 PM The FBI 6 PM Star Trek 7 PM Mickey Gilley 7:30 Marty Robbins' Spotlight (salute to Brenda Lee, with Steve Allen, Mel Tillis, and Sonny James) 8 PM Nashville On The Road 8:30 That Nashville Music (Sonny James, Connie Cato, Roy Head) 9 PM Porter Wagoner (guest: Mac Wiseman) 9:30 Pop Goes The Country (Mickey Gilley, Margo Smith, Rex Allen Jr.) 10 PM Wrestling (from Houston) 11:30 700 Club Retro: North Carolina Tuesday, December 18, 1973 From TV Guide, North Carolina Edition: WFMY Ch. 2 Greensboro (CBS) 6 AM Good Morning Show 7:55 Devotions 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Old Rebel Show 9:30 Merv Griffin (Steve Allen, Louis Nye, Joe Flynn, Richard Dawson) 10:30 $10,000 Pyramid (inflation really hit this show over the years--guests are Pat Carroll and Tony Randall) 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 Today's Woman (Judy Walker) 1:30 As The World Turns 2 PM Guiding Light

2:30 Edge Of Night 3 PM Price Is Right 3:30 Match Game '73 (Betty White, Nipsey Russell, Charles Nelson Reilly, Beverly Garland, Brett Somers, Richard Dawson) 4 PM Secret Storm 4:30 Gomer Pyle, USMC 5 PM Andy Griffith 5:30 Dragnet 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News (Walter Cronkite) 7 PM Beat The Clock (guest: Robert Morse) 7:30 Treasure Hunt (Geoff Edwards) 8 PM Maude 8:30 Hawaii Five-O 9:30 GE Theater: "I Heard The Owl Call My Name" (Tom Courtenay as a priest trying to communicate with Native Americans in British Columbia) 11 PM News 11:30 CBS Movie: "Santiago" (Alan Ladd, from '56) E (WUND/2 Columbia/Edenton; WUNC/4 Chapel Hill; WUNK/25 Greenville; WUNL/26 Winston-Salem; WUNJ/39 Wilmington; WUNG/58 Concord) Don't know if there are in-school programs before 10 AM. 10 AM Sesame Street 11 AM In-school programs 12:30 Electric Company 1 PM In-school programs 4 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 4:30 Sesame Street 5:30 Electric Company 6 PM Observing Eye (science) 6:30 What's New 7 PM Your Future Is Now 7:30 School Food Service 8 PM North Carolina News Conference 8:30 North Carolina: The Arts ("Madonna In Music And Art"--this, of course, refers to the Virgin Mary and not a certain rock star) 9 PM Dialogue Of The Western World (Aristotle's views on politics) sign off 10 PM WBTV Ch. 3 Charlotte (CBS) 6:35 Almanac 6:45 Morning Scene 7 AM CBS News (Hughes Rudd/Sally Quinn, one of the great mismatches in television history) 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Price Is Right 9:30 Match Game '73 (day-behind) 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 Scene At Noon 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM Betty Feezor 1:30 As The World Turns 2 PM Guiding Light 2:30 Edge Of Night 3 PM Secret Storm (delay from 4 PM) 3:30 The Lucy Show 4 PM Green Acres 4:30 I Dream Of Jeannie 5 PM Bonanza 6 PM News 7 PM CBS News 7:30 Price Is Right 8 PM Maude 8:30 Hawaii Five-O 9:30 GE Theater: "I Heard The Owl Call My Name" 11 PM News 11:30 CBS Movie: "Santiago" WWAY Ch. 3 Wilmington (ABC) 7:10 Wake-Up Weather 7:25 Moments For Meditation 7:30 Arthur Smith 8 AM New Zoo Revue 8:30 Movie: "The Woman In White" 10:20 News 10:30 Coffee Talk 11 AM Divorce Court 11:30 Brady Bunch 12 N Password (Sandy Duncan, Bill Bixby) 12:30 Split Second 1 PM All My Children 1:30 Let's Make A Deal 2 PM Newlywed Game 2:30 The Girl In My Life 3 PM General Hospital 3:30 One Life To Live 4 PM Love, American Style 4:30 Gomer Pyle, USMC 5 PM Wild Wild West 6 PM News 6:30 ABC News (Howard K. Smith/Harry Reasoner) 7 PM To Tell The Truth (Kitty Carlisle, Peggy Cass, Tom Poston, Gene Rayburn) 7:30 The Lucy Show (guest: Wally Cox as an extremely nervous orchestra conductor) 8 PM Temperatures Rising (the second version, with Paul Lynde) 8:30 ABC Movie: "What Are Best Friends For?"

10 PM Marcus Welby, M.D. 11 PM News 11:30 Dick Cavett (a panel of doctors discusses hospital care and treatment) WRAL Ch. 5 Raleigh (ABC) 6 AM Arthur Smith 6:30 Farm News 6:55 Viewpoint (commentary) 7 AM News 7:30 Kid Power (delay from Sun 10 AM) 8 AM Time For Uncle Paul 8:30 Mike Douglas (co-host Roger Miller; Sen. Henry "Scoop" Jackson; two former POWs and author Stephen Rowan, whose book "They Wouldn't Let Us Die" details the POW experience; Gary Owens) 10 AM Bette Elliott/Jack LaLanne 11 AM Password (Florence Henderson, Dick Gautier-week delay) 11:30 Brady Bunch 12 N News 12:30 Split Second 1 PM All My Children 1:30 Let's Make A Deal 2 PM Newlywed Game 2:30 The Girl In My Life 3 PM General Hospital 3:30 One Life To Live 4 PM To Tell The Truth (Larry Blyden, Kitty Carlisle, Peggy Cass, Bill Cullen) 4:30 Truth Or Consequences 5 PM Gomer Pyle, USMC 5:30 Andy Griffith 6 PM News 6:30 ABC News 7 PM Bonanza 8 PM Temperatures Rising 8:30 ABC Movie: "What Are Best Friends For?" 10 PM Marcus Welby, M.D. 11 PM News 11:30 Dick Cavett WECT Ch. 6 Wilmington (NBC) 6:30 Carolina In The Morning 7 AM Today (Hugh Hefner; an exhibit of early American quilts--Frank McGee and Barbara Walters host) 9 AM Mike Douglas (co-host Charley Pride; Jack Anderson, Johnny ("Cry") Ray; Karl Ehrhardt with signs he made for New York Mets games) 10 AM Dinah's Place (guest: Hugh O'Brian) 10:30 Baffle (Ann B. Davis, Arte Johnson, Lee Meriwether, Robert Reed--Dick Enberg is host) 11 AM Wizard Of Odds (Alex Trebek's first U.S. game show) 11:30 Hollywood Squares (Richard Crenna, Nancy Sinatra,

Ted Knight, Pearl Bailey, Charo, McLean Stevenson, Rose Marie, Charley Weaver, Paul Lynde) 12 N Jeopardy! 12:30 Who, What Or Where 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 3:30 Return To Peyton Place 4 PM Somerset 4:30 Timmy And Lassie 5 PM Daniel Boone 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News (John Chancellor) 7 PM Andy Griffith 7:30 Beverly Hillbillies 8 PM Chase 9 PM The Magician (Bill Bixby, who became something of an expert on magic as a result of this show.) 10 PM Police Story 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show (Clint Eastwood, James Whitmore, mezzo-soprano Marilyn Horne) WITN Ch. 7 Washington, NC (NBC) 6 AM I Love Lucy 6:25 Your Future Is Now 6:55 News 7 AM Today 9 AM Mike Douglas (same as Ch. 5 without the POW segments) 10 AM Dinah's Place 10:30 Baffle 11 AM Wizard Of Odds 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 Return To Peyton Place 4 PM Somerset 4:30 I Dream Of Jeannie 5 PM Bonanza 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News 7 PM Dragnet 7:30 Hollywood Squares (Mel Brooks, Redd Foxx, Lynda Day George, Lee Grant, Michael Landon,

Vincent Price, Rose Marie, Wally Cox, Paul Lynde) 8 PM Chase 9 PM The Magician 10 PM Police Story 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show 1 AM Tomorrow WGHP Ch. 8 High Point (ABC) 6:40 Farm, Home And Garden 6:55 Tobacco Farming 7 AM Romper Room 7:30 Pixanne 8 AM Southern Exposure (Harry Ashmore, who writes about Southern politics, discusses the President, the media, and the First Amendment) 9 AM Movie: "Carrie" (adaptation of "Sister Carrie," from '52) 11 AM Password (same as Ch. 5) 11:30 Brady Bunch 12 N News 12:30 Split Second 1 PM All My Children 1:30 Let's Make A Deal 2 PM Newlywed Game 2:30 The Girl In My Life 3 PM General Hospital 3:30 One Life To Live 4 PM Love, American Style 4:30 The Lucy Show 5 PM I Dream Of Jeannie 5:30 News 6 PM ABC News 6:30 Anything You Can Do 7 PM Truth Or Consequences 7:30 Wait Till Your Father Gets Home (guest voice: Phyllis Diller) 8 PM Temperatures Rising 8:30 ABC Movie: "What Are Best Friends For?" 10 PM Marcus Welby, M.D. 11 PM News 11:30 Dick Cavett WNCT Ch. 9 Greenville, NC (CBS) 6 AM Arthur Smith 6:30 Morning Meditations 6:35 Carolina Today 8 AM CBS News 9 AM Captain Kangaroo 10 AM Joker's Wild 10:30 $10,000 Pyramid 11 AM Gambit 11:30 Love Of Life

11:55 Timely Tips 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 '73 4 PM Secret Storm 4:30 The Lucy Show 5 PM Mod Squad 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Truth Or Consequences 7:30 To Tell The Truth 8 PM Maude 8:30 Hawaii Five-O 9:30 GE Theater: "I Heard The Owl Call My Name" 11 PM News 11:30 CBS Movie: "Santiago" WSOC Ch. 9 Charlotte (NBC) 6:15 Garner Ted Armstrong 6:45 On The House 7 AM Today 9 AM Mike Douglas (co-host Mason Reese; Carl Reiner; Bobby Riggs; Johnny Mann; the Sweet Adelines; ventriloquist Jimmy Nelson (remember his Nestle's commercials with Farfel?); sound effects expert Greg Shidler) 10 AM Dinah's Place 10:30 Baffle 11 AM Wizard Of Odds 11:30 Hollywood Squares 12 N News 12:30 Arthur Smith 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 Batman (Carolyn Jones plays Marsha, the Queen of Diamonds) 4:30 Beverly Hillbillies 5 PM Andy Griffith 5:30 Truth Or Consequences 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News 7 PM To Tell The Truth 7:30 Dusty's Trail (Bob Denver and Forrest Tucker in a sitcom that made no one forget "F Troop") 8 PM Chase

9 PM The Magician 10 PM Police Story 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show 1 AM Tomorrow WIS Ch. 10 Columbia, SC (NBC) 6:45 Farm Report 7 AM Today 9 AM Today In Carolina 10 AM Dinah's Place 10:30 Baffle 11 AM Wizard Of Odds 11:30 Hollywood Squares 12 N Jeopardy! 12:30 Who, What Or Where 12:55 News (local) 1:30 Mr. Knozit 2 PM Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 3:30 Return To Peyton Place 4 PM Gomer Pyle, USMC 4:30 The Virginian 6 PM Dragnet 6:30 NBC News 7 PM News 7:30 Price Is Right 8 PM Chase 9 PM The Magician 10 PM Police Story 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show 1 AM Tomorrow WTVD Ch. 11 Durham (CBS) 6 AM Sunrise Semester: "The World Of Islam" 6:30 Homer Briarhopper (local country-music show) 7 AM CBS News 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Peggy Mann 9:30 Secret Storm 10 AM Joker's Wild 10:30 $10,000 Pyramid 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 Divorce Court 1:30 As The World Turns 2 PM Guiding Light 2:30 Edge Of Night 3 PM Price Is Right

3:30 Match Game '73 4 PM Bewitched 4:30 Merv Griffin (same as Ch. 2) 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Mod Squad 8 PM Ozzie's Girls (short-lived comeback attempt for Ozzie and Harriet, renting David and Ricky's old rooms to two female college students--one white and one black) 8:30 Hawaii Five-O 9:30 GE Theater: "I Heard The Owl Call My Name" 11 PM News 11:30 CBS Movie: "Santiago" WCTI Ch. 12 New Bern (ABC) 6:30 Batman (Joan Collins plays the Siren; this one also has Batgirl) 7 AM Bullwinkle 7:30 Underdog 8 AM New Zoo Revue 8:30 Montage (Ray Horn, local) 9:30 Movie: "Mildred Pierce" 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 Newlywed Game 2:30 The Girl In My Life 3 PM General Hospital 3:30 One Life To Live 4 PM Gilligan's Island 4:30 Gomer Pyle, USMC 5 PM Beverly Hillbillies 5:30 News 6 PM ABC News 6:30 Beat The Clock 7 PM Andy Griffith 7:30 Dusty's Trail 8 PM Temperatures Rising 8:30 ABC Movie: "What Are Best Friends For?" 10 PM Marcus Welby, M.D. 11 PM News 11:30 Dick Cavett WXII Ch. 12 Winston-Salem (NBC) 6 AM News 6:10 Carolina Farm Report 6:25 Today's Meditation 6:30 Arthur Smith 7 AM Today 9 AM Today At Home 10 AM Dinah's Place

10:30 Baffle 11 AM Wizard Of Odds 11:30 Hollywood Squares 12 N Jeopardy! 12:30 Who, What Or Where 12:55 NBC News 1 PM Concentration (Jack Narz) 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 Gilligan's Island 5 PM Bonanza 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News 7 PM What's My Line? (Alejandro Rey, Soupy Sales, Arlene Francis, New York TV talk-show host Sherrye Henry) 7:30 To Tell The Truth (Kitty Carlisle, Peggy Cass, Bill Cullen, Gene Shalit) 8 PM An English Christmas (the Winston-Salem Symphony Chorale and films of North Carolina Christmases) 8:30 Mr. Magoo's Christmas Carol (cut to 30 minutes) 9 PM The Magician 10 PM Police Story 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show 1 AM Tomorrow WBTW Ch. 13 Florence, SC (ABC/CBS) 6:20 Arthur Smith 6:50 Carolina Almanac 7 AM Jim Nesbitt 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Price Is Right 9:30 Match Game '73 (day-behind) 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 All My Children 1:30 As The World Turns 2 PM Guiding Light 2:30 Edge Of Night 3 PM General Hospital 3:30 One Life To Live 4 PM Secret Storm 4:30 Let's Make A Deal 5 PM Bonanza 6 PM ABC News

6:30 News 7 PM CBS News 7:30 To Tell The Truth (Kitty Carlisle, Peggy Cass, Bill Cullen, Tom Kennedy) 8 PM Maude 8:30 Hawaii Five-O 9:30 GE Theater: "I Heard The Owl Call My Name" 11 PM News 11:30 CBS Movie: "Santiago" WCCB Ch. 18 Charlotte (ABC) 8 AM Romper Room 8:30 New Zoo Revue 9 AM Fran Carlton 9:30 Who, What Or Where (pre-empted on WSOC) there should be something at 9:55 but isn't 10 AM Living Easy With Dr. Joyce Brothers 10:30 Not For Women Only (discussion of London theater with Michael Caine, Sean Connery, Joan Plowright, and Sir John Gielgud) 11 AM News 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 Newlywed Game 2:30 The Girl In My Life 3 PM General Hospital 3:30 One Life To Live 4 PM Joey's Place (local kids' show) 5 PM Love, American Style (one-hour delay) 5:30 News 6 PM ABC News 6:30 Munsters 7 PM Concentration 7:30 Wacky World Of Jonathan Winters 8 PM Blue-Gray Game (from Montgomery, AL) 11 PM News (time approximate) 11:30 Dick Cavett WRDU (WRDC) Ch. 28 Durham (NBC) 7 AM Today 9 AM New Zoo Revue 9:30 Romper Room 10 AM Dinah's Place 10:30 Baffle 11 AM Wizard Of Odds 11:30 Hollywood Squares 12 N Jeopardy! 12:30 Who, What Or Where 12:55 NBC News 1 PM Living Easy With Dr. Joyce Brothers 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 Appointment With Dr. Brothers 4:35 Movie: "The Horse's Mouth" 6:30 News 7 PM NBC News 7:30 Ebony Affairs 8 PM Blue-Gray Game 11 PM News (time approximate) 11:30 Tonight Show WRET (WCNC) Ch. 36 Charlotte (Ind.) 11 AM Praise The Lord (this seems to be the early name for "The PTL Club") 1 PM Movie: "Catherine Of Russia" 3 PM Popeye And Pals 3:30 Leave It To Beaver 4 PM Movie: "Railroaded" (Hugh Beaumont stars in this tale of a detective who tries to clear his girlfriend's brother from robbery and murder charges, from '47) 5:30 Rifleman 6 PM Star Trek 7 PM Hogan's Heroes 7:30 Dragnet 8 PM NBA Basketball: Hawks-Bullets 10 PM Big Valley (time approximate) 11 PM Alfred Hitchcock Presents 11:30 Movie: "Lydia" (watch for George Reeves in this chronicle of 40 years in the life of a genteel Boston beauty, played by Merle Oberon, from '41) WTVI Ch. 42 Charlotte (PBS) 4:30 Sesame Street 5:30 Electric Company 6 PM Sesame Street 7 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 7:30 Erica 7:45 Theonie 8 PM Of Lands And Seas (timely, for today, topic: Afghanistan) 9 PM Bill Moyers' Journal (historian Daniel Boorstin discusses his book "The Americans: The Democratic Experience") 10 PM Christmas 1783 (a Christmas party as it might have been held that year) 10:30 Christmas Portrait (art masterpieces and Christmas music from the Mississippi State University Madrigal Singers)

Retro: North Carolina Monday, December 18, 1972 From TV Guide, North Carolina Edition: WFMY Ch. 2 Greensboro (CBS) 6 AM Good Morning Show 7:55 Devotions 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Old Rebel Show 9:30 Merv Griffin (Dionne Warwick and her husband William Elliott of "Bridget Loves Bernie") 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 Today's Woman (local, hostess Judy Walker) 1:30 As The World Turns 2 PM Guiding Light 2:30 Edge Of Night 3 PM Love Is A Many Splendored Thing 3:30 Secret Storm 4 PM Family Affair 4:30 Gomer Pyle, USMC 5 PM Big Valley 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News (Walter Cronkite) 7 PM Andy Griffith 7:30 Buck Owens 8 PM Gunsmoke 9 PM Here's Lucy 9:30 Doris Day 10 PM The New Bill Cosby Show (George Kirby plays the ghosts of Christmases past, present, and future; respectively, Pearl Bailey, Bette Davis, and Flip Wilson's Geraldine) 11 PM News 11:30 CBS Movie: "Michael Kohlaas" E (WUND/2 Columbia/Edenton, NC; WUNC/4 Chapel Hill; WUNK/25 Greenville, NC; WUNJ/39 Wilmington, NC; WUNG/58 Concord, NC) (PBS) In-school programs may fill the time before 10 AM. 10 AM Sesame Street 11 AM In-school programs 12:30 Electric Company 1 PM In-school programs 4 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 4:30 Sesame Street 5:30 Electric Company (Morgan Freeman plays Robin Hood)

6 PM Evening Edition 6:30 What's New 7 PM 'Tis The Season (Christmas music by the South Rowan High Men's Chorus, the Raleigh Youth Symphony, the St. Andrews College Chamber Singers, the Evangelaires of Gibsonville, NC) 8 PM NET Opera Theater: "Tales Of Hoffman" 10 PM 'Tis The Season (repeat of 7 PM program) 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 (same as Ch. 2) 10 AM Joker's Wild 10:30 Price Is Right 11 AM Gambit 11:30 Love Of Life 12 N Noon Report (Ty Boyd) 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 Ponderosa ("Bonanza" reruns--will revert to its real title after "Bonanza" is canceled in January) 5:30 I Dream Of Jeannie 6 PM News 7 PM CBS News 7:30 All In The Family (delay from Sat 8 PM) 8 PM Movie: "A Child Is Waiting" 10 PM The New Bill Cosby Show 11 PM News 11:30 CBS Movie: "Michael Kohlaas" WWAY Ch. 3 Wilmington, NC (ABC) 6:55 Moments For Meditation 7 AM Town And Country 7:30 Cartoons 8 AM Eight A.M. 8:30 Movie: "My Darling Clementine" 10:20 News 10:30 The Saint 11:30 Bewitched 12 N Password (guests: Florence Henderson and Robert Fuller) 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 I Dream Of Jeannie 5 PM Merv Griffin (Alan King, Leslie Uggams) 6 PM News 6:30 ABC News (Howard K. Smith/Harry Reasoner) 7 PM To Tell The Truth (panel: Kitty Carlisle, Peggy Cass, Bill Cullen, Gene Rayburn) 7:30 Dragnet 8 PM The Rookies 9 PM Liberty Bowl: Iowa State-Georgia Tech (from Memphis) 12 M News (time approximate) WRAL Ch. 5 Raleigh (ABC) 6 AM Daybreak, Farm News 6:55 Commentary (Jesse Helms had just been elected to the Senate, so he's not the one doing these.) 7 AM News 7:30 H.R. Pufnstuf (delay from Sat 8 AM) 8 AM Time For Uncle Paul (Triangle legend Paul Montgomery) 8:30 Bette Elliott (women's show) 9:30 Mike Douglas (co-hosts Jerry Stiller and Anne Meara; Joan Blondell, folk singer Oscar Brand, the Jacques Lousier Trio, children's exercise expert Suzy Prudden) 11 AM Password (Sally Struthers, Paul Lynde, week delay) 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 To Tell The Truth (Orson Bean, Kitty Carlisle, Bill Cullen, Anita Gillette) 4 PM Perry Mason 5 PM Truth Or Consequences 5:30 I Dream Of Jeannie 6 PM News 6:25 Commentary 6:30 ABC News 7 PM Ponderosa 8 PM The Rookies 9 PM Liberty Bowl 12 M The Saint (time approximate) WECT Ch. 6 Wilmington (NBC) 6:30 Carolina In The Morning

7 AM Today (director George Cukor discusses his latest film, "Travels With My Aunt"--Frank McGee and Barbara Walters host) 9 AM Mike Douglas (from Miami: co-host Jackie Gleason, Kaye Stevens, health food expert Adelle Davis, the Great Wallendas) 10 AM Dinah's Place (guest: Kaye Ballard) 10:30 Concentration 11 AM Sale Of The Century (Joe Garagiola) 11:30 Hollywood Squares (James Brolin, John Byner, Carol Channing, Rose Marie, Jan Murray, Charles Nelson Reilly, Karen Valentine, Bobby Vinton, Wally Cox) 12 N Jeopardy! 12:30 Jim Burns 12:55 NBC News (Floyd Kalber) 1 PM Jim Burns continues 1:30 As The World Turns (CBS, but carried on Ch. 6 until "Days Of Our Lives" went to an hour in 1975) 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 Timmy And Lassie 5 PM Daniel Boone 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News (John Chancellor) 7 PM Andy Griffith 7:30 Beverly Hillbillies 8 PM Rowan And Martin's Laugh-In (the theme is sports, with appearances by Howard Cosell, Alex Karras, Martin Milner and Kent McCord, and Vin Scully) 9 PM NBC Movie: "The Snoop Sisters" (Helen Hayes and Mildred Natwick in the pilot for what became part of NBC's Wednesday "Mystery Movie") 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show (Joey Bishop subs for Johnny) WITN Ch. 7 Washington, NC (NBC) 6 AM Agriculture 6:30 Get Smart 7 AM Today 9 AM Flying Nun 9:30 Not For Women Only 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 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 I Dream Of Jeannie 5 PM Ponderosa 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News 7 PM Parent Game 7:30 Let's Make A Deal 8 PM Getting There First: The American Experience 9 PM NBC Movie: "The Snoop Sisters" 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show WGHP Ch. 8 High Point (ABC) 6:45 Farm, Home & Garden 7 AM University Of Michigan 7:30 Romper Room 8 AM Southern Exposure (Bill Boggs) 9 AM Movie: "Carefree" (Fred and Ginger) 10:50 Lucille Rivers (sewing) 11 AM Password (same as Ch. 5) 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 Love, American Style 4:30 That Girl 5 PM I Dream Of Jeannie 5:30 News 6 PM ABC News 6:30 Anything You Can Do 7 PM Truth Or Consequences 7:30 Let's Make A Deal 8 PM The Rookies 9 PM Liberty Bowl 12 M News (time approximate) WNCT Ch. 9 Greenville, NC (CBS) 6:30 Carolina Today 8:25 Morning Meditations 8:30 CBS News 9 AM Captain Kangaroo 10 AM Joker's Wild

10:30 Price Is Right 11 AM Gambit 11:30 Love Of Life 12 N News, Farm News, Weather 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM Where The Heart Is 1:25 Timely Tips 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 Santa Claus 4:30 Merv Griffin (same as WWAY) 5:30 To Tell The Truth 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Truth Or Consequences 7:30 Ghost And Mrs. Muir 8 PM Gunsmoke 9 PM Here's Lucy 9:30 Doris Day 10 PM The New Bill Cosby Show 11 PM News 11:30 CBS Movie: "Michael Kohlaas" WSOC Ch. 9 Charlotte (NBC) 6:15 Garner Ted Armstrong 6:45 On The House 7 AM Today 9 AM Mike Douglas 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 I've Got A Secret (short-lived syndicated version with Steve Allen as host) 8 PM Rowan And Martin's Laugh-In 9 PM NBC Movie: "The Snoop Sisters"

11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show WIS Ch. 10 Columbia, SC (NBC) 6:45 Farm Report 7 AM Today 9 AM Today In Carolina 10 AM Dinah's Place 10:30 Concentration 11 AM Sale Of The Century 11:30 Hollywood Squares 12 N Jeopardy! 12:30 Who, What Or Where 12:55 NBC News 1 PM News 1:30 Mr. Knozit 2 PM Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 3:30 Return To Peyton Place 4 PM Daniel Boone 5 PM The Virginian 6:30 NBC News 7 PM News 7:30 Frank McGuire: University of South Carolina Basketball 8 PM National Geographic: "Americans On Everest" (IIRC, this was the first National Geographic special, airing on CBS in 1965) 9 PM NBC Movie: "The Snoop Sisters" 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show WTVD Ch. 11 Durham (CBS) 6:30 Sunrise Semester: "20th-Century American Art" 7 AM CBS News 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Merv Griffin (same as Ch. 2) 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 Peggy Mann 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 Daniel Boone 5 PM Wild Wild West

6 PM News 6:30 CBS News 7 PM That Girl 7:30 Dragnet 8 PM Getting There First: The American Experience 9 PM Here's Lucy 9:30 Doris Day 10 PM The New Bill Cosby Show 11 PM News 11:30 CBS Movie: "Michael Kohlaas" WCTI Ch. 12 New Bern (ABC) 7:30 Uncle Waldo 8 AM New Zoo Revue 8:30 Movie Game 9 AM Joanne Carson's VIPs (yep, that's Mrs. Johnny Carson) 9:30 Montage (Ray Horn, local) 10:30 Mantrap 11 AM Love, American Style (day-behind) 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 Gilligan's Island 4:30 Lost In Space 5:30 News 6 PM ABC News 6:30 It Takes A Thief 7:30 Night Gallery (pre-empted on Ch. 7 Sundays at 10 PM, airs on at least a week's delay) 8 PM The Rookies 9 PM Liberty Bowl 12 M News (time approximate) WXII Ch. 12 Winston-Salem (NBC) 6:30 News 6:40 Carolina Farm Report 6:55 Meditation 7 AM Today 9 AM Today At Home 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 Return To Peyton Place 4 PM Munsters 4:30 Gilligan's Island 5 PM Ponderosa 6 PM What's My Line? (Joanna Barnes, Bert Convy, Arlene Francis, Soupy Sales) 6:30 News 7 PM NBC News 7:30 To Tell The Truth (Orson Bean, Kitty Carlisle, Peggy Cass, Bill Cullen) 8 PM Rowan And Martin's Laugh-In 9 PM NBC Movie: "The Snoop Sisters" 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show 1 AM Meditation WBTW Ch. 13 Florence, SC (ABC/CBS) 6:30 Bob Henley 7 AM Jim Nesbitt 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Let's Make A Deal 9:30 Newlywed Game 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 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 Family Affair 4:30 Death Valley Days 5 PM Ponderosa 6 PM ABC News 6:30 News 7 PM CBS News 7:30 Green Acres 8 PM Gunsmoke 9 PM Liberty Bowl 12 M News (time approximate) 12:30 Judd For The Defense WCCB Ch. 18 Charlotte (ABC) 7:55 Let's Think It Over

8 AM Cartoons 8:30 New Zoo Revue 9 AM Romper Room 9:30 Fran Carlton (exercises) 10 AM Dinah's Place (pre-empted on WSOC) 10:30 Not For Women Only 11 AM Metrolina Morning News 11:30 Bewitched 12 N Password 12:30 Split Second 1 PM All My Children 1:30 Let's Make A Deal 2 PM Newlywed Game 2:30 Dating Game 3 PM General Hospital 3:30 One Life To Live 4 PM Virginian 5:30 Love, American Style 6 PM ABC News 6:30 News 7 PM Top Of The Month 7:30 Silent Service 8 PM The Rookies 9 PM Liberty Bowl 12 M News (time approximate) 12:30 Let's Think It Over WRDU (WRDC) Ch. 28 Durham (NBC) 7 AM Today 9 AM New Zoo Revue 9:30 Not For Women Only 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 Watch Your Child 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: "They Met In Argentina" 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News 7 PM Lake Waccamaw Boys' Home Christmas Show 7:30 Rollin' (Edgar Winter joins Kenny Rogers and the First Edition) 8 PM Rowan And Martin's Laugh-In 9 PM NBC Movie: "The Snoop Sisters" 11 PM News

11:30 Tonight Show WRET (WCNC) Ch. 36 Charlotte (Ind.) 11:30 Charisma 12 N 700 Club 2 PM Jim And Tammy 3 PM Popeye And Pals 3:30 Rifleman 4 PM Movie: "A Dog Of Flanders" 6 PM Dragnet (guest: Burt Mustin) 6:30 Big Valley 7:30 Movie: "House Of Frankenstein" 9:30 Movie: "Marine Raiders" 11 PM One Step Beyond 11:30 Movie: "The Winning Team" (Ronald Reagan as baseball pitching great Grover Cleveland Alexander) WTVI Ch. 42 Charlotte (PBS) 4:30 Sesame Street 5:30 Electric Company 6 PM Sesame Street 7 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 7:30 Skiing (learning to fall) 8 PM You're On! (the Mecklenburg Kiwanis) 8:30 International Performance (three musical giants play works written by Beethoven after he lost his hearing: pianists Claudio Arrau and Robert Casadesus, and violinist Zino Francescatti) 9:30 The Just Generation 10 PM Soul! (Cicely Tyson, country blues artist Taj Mahal, Caribbean singer Exuma) Retro: Eastern Virginia Saturday, December 18, 1976 From TV Guide, Eastern Virginia Edition: WTAR (WTKR) Ch. 3 Norfolk (CBS) 6:30 A Better Way (consumer report) 7 AM Andy Griffith 7:30 Vision On 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 Shazam!/Isis Hour 11:30 Ark II 12 N Fat Albert And The Cosby Kids 12:30 The NFL Today 1 PM NFL Football: NFC divisional playoff game (teams TBA) 4 PM Famous Classic Tales: "A Christmas Carol" (animated, time approximate)

5 PM TBA 6 PM News 6:30 Newsmakers 7 PM Hee Haw (guests: Jimmy Dean and Margo Smith) 8 PM A Charlie Brown Christmas 8:30 How The Grinch Stole Christmas 9 PM All In The Family 9:30 Andy Williams (he was doing a syndicated show at the time, guests: the Lennon Sisters) 10 PM Carol Burnett (guest: Dick Van Dyke, who would become a regular--briefly--the following year) 11 PM News 11:30 Movie: "Cotton Comes To Harlem" 12:55 Don Kirshner's Rock Concert WHSV Ch. 3 Harrisonburg (NBC/ABC) 7 AM Light Unto My Path 7:30 New Adventures Of Gilligan (delay from Sun 10:30 AM) 8 AM Tom & Jerry/Mumbly 8:30 Jabberjaw 9 AM Scooby-Doo/Dynomutt 10:30 Krofft Supershow 11:30 Superfriends 12 N National Finals Rodeo 3 PM Good News 3:30 Grandstand 4 PM TBA (I think Ch. 3 carried the game between the AFC wild-card team and the Oakland Raiders) 7 PM Hee Haw 8 PM Wonder Woman 9 PM Starsky & Hutch 10 PM Most Wanted 11 PM James Robison Presents 11:30 Dateline: Religion 11:45 700 Club WTVR Ch. 6 Richmond (CBS) 6 AM Sunrise Semester: "The Novel And Theater Of Contemporary France" 6:30 Cavalcade 7 AM Hudson Brothers Comedy Show (delay from Sun 9 AM) 7:30 Far Out Space Nuts (delay from Sun 9:30 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 Shazam!/Isis Hour 11:30 Ark II 12 N Carl Slone (University of Richmond basketball coach) 12:30 The NFL Today 1 PM NFL Football: NFC divisional playoff game

4 PM Famous Classic Tales (time approximate) 5 PM Wrestling (from Raleigh) 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News (Bob Schieffer) 7 PM Oral Roberts' Christmas Dream (guests: Natalie Cole and the Krofft puppets) 8 PM Hee Haw ("A Charlie Brown Christmas" is delayed to Wed 7:30; "How The Grinch Stole Christmas" to Mon 7:30) 9 PM All In The Family 9:30 Alice 10 PM Carol Burnett 11 PM News 11:30 Star Trek 12:30 The Bold Ones WXEX (WRIC) Ch. 8 Petersburg-Richmond (ABC) 7 AM R.F.D. #8 8 AM Tom & Jerry/Mumbly 8:30 Krazy 8's (local kids' show) 9 AM Scooby-Doo/Dynomutt 10:30 Krofft Supershow 11:30 Superfriends 12 N Junior Almost Anything Goes (coaches: Marty Allen, Phyllis Diller, Jo Anne Worley; host: Soupy Sales) 12:30 American Bandstand (guests: Walter Murphy and Johnny Bristol) 1:30 Soul Train (guests: Donna Summer and The Moments) 2:30 Tarzan (Ron Ely) 3:30 Movie: "The Thing" 5 PM Wide World Of Sports (Billy Smart's Circus and the NASCAR Ontario (CA) 500) 6:30 News 7 PM Lawrence Welk (songs of the '40s) 8 PM Wonder Woman 9 PM Starsky & Hutch 10 PM Most Wanted 11 PM News 11:30 Movie: "Sergeant York" WAVY Ch. 10 Norfolk (NBC) 6:30 Mission: Impossible 7:30 Rin Tin Tin 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) 1:30 Champions (sports, not the '60s British series)

2:30 Wrestling (from Raleigh) 3:30 Grandstand 4 PM NFL Football: AFC wild-card team-Oakland Raiders 7 PM News (time approximate) 7:30 Inside Area 10 8 PM Story Of The First Christmas Snow (features the voices of Angela Lansbury and Cyril Ritchard) 8:30 NBC Movie: "Mame" (Lucille Ball's failed 1974 version, also stars Bea Arthur) 11:15 News 11:45 Saturday Night (Live) (hostess Madeline Kahn, musical guest Carly Simon) 1:15 Movie: "Unknown Island" WWBT Ch. 12 Richmond (NBC) 7 AM Rocky And His Friends 7:30 Uncle Waldo 8 AM Woody Woodpecker 8:30 Pink Panther 10 AM Speed Buggy 10:30 Bullwinkle 11 AM Tennessee Tuxedo 11:30 Flintstones 12 N Little Rascals 12:30 Batman 1 PM Movie: "The Dawn Rider" (John Wayne) 2 PM Movie: "Counterpoint" 3:30 Grandstand 4 PM NFL Football: AFC wild-card team-Oakland Raiders 7 PM Pinocchio (time approximate) 8 PM Story Of The First Christmas Snow 8:30 NBC Movie: "Mame" 11:15 News 11:45 Saturday Night (Live) WVEC Ch. 13 Norfolk (ABC) 6:30 Underdog 7 AM Uncle Waldo 8 AM Tom & Jerry/Mumbly 8:30 Jabberjaw 9 AM Scooby-Doo/Dynomutt 10:30 Krofft Supershow 11:30 Superfriends 12 N Junior Almost Anything Goes 12:30 American Bandstand 1:30 Movie: "The Wonderful Country" 3:30 Movie: "Kona Coast" 5 PM Wide World Of Sports 6:30 Candid Camera (the announcer of a football game attempts to pronounce unpronounceable ethnic names) 7 PM Lawrence Welk 8 PM Wonder Woman 9 PM Starsky & Hutch

10 PM Most Wanted 11 PM ABC News (anchor not given) 11:15 News 11:30 Movie: "The Nanny" (Bette Davis, not Fran Drescher) 1 AM Get Down 1:30 Conversation 2 AM News 2:05 Alcoholics Anonymous WHRO Ch. 15 Norfolk (PBS) 7 AM Sunrise Semester: "The Novel And Theater Of Contemporary France" (the week's three lectures, pre-empted on Ch. 3) 8:30 Dreams: From Mystery To Meaning 9 AM Masterpiece Theatre: "How Green Was My Valley" (conclusion) 10 AM Boston Pops In Hollywood (taped during the Bicentennial, also celebrates Arthur Fiedler's career--guest is Charlton Heston) 11:30 Cookin' Cajun (Justin Wilson cooks lamb and pork) 12 N Consumer Survival Kit 12:30 Crockett's Victory Garden 1 PM A Family At War 2 PM Golf: Pepsi Mixed Team Championship (live from Miami) 4 PM Nova (the ecology of San Francisco Bay) 5 PM Adams Chronicles (Charles Francis Adams II loses control of the Union Pacific railroad to Jay Gould as the series comes to an end.) 6 PM Getting On (a retired man who serves as a volunteer guide at the Bronx Zoo) 6:30 Ourstory (how Queen Liliuokalani's monarchy in Hawaii was overthrown by Americans) 7 PM Rebop 7:30 Once Upon A Classic ("Heidi," Part 5) 8 PM The Way It Was (the 1954 World Series between the Giants and Indians--Willie Mays, Leo Durocher, Vic Wertz, and Al Lopez talk about it) 8:30 Boston Pops In Hollywood 10 PM Visions: "Scenes From The Middle Class"--two dramas: "Monkey In The Middle," about the shaky marriage of a well-to-do black couple; "Winter Tour," about a teenage girl who finds love and heartbreak sign off 12 M WCVE Ch. 23 Richmond (PBS) 7:30 P.S. 23 8 AM Soundstage (featured: Dizzy Gillespie) 9 AM Wild Wild World Of Animals 9:30 In Performance At Wolf Trap (the Preservation Hall Jazz Band) 10:30 Lilias, Yoga And You 11 AM Visions (same as Ch. 15) 1 PM Sesame Street 2 PM Golf: Pepsi Mixed Team Championship

4 PM Sesame Street 5 PM Adams Chronicles 6 PM Getting On 6:30 Zoom 7 PM Rebop 7:30 Once Upon A Classic 8 PM The Way It Was 8:30 Boston Pops In Hollywood 10 PM Dance In America (the American Ballet Theatre) sign off 11 PM WYAH (WGNT) Ch. 27 Portsmouth (Ind.) 6:15 Davey And Goliath 6:30 Dusty's Treehouse 7 AM Hot Fudge 7:30 Tennessee Tuxedo 8 AM Bugs Bunny 8:30 Porky Pig 9 AM Popeye 9:30 Flintstones 10 AM Jetsons 10:30 Tarzan 11:30 Flash Gordon (serial) 12 N Movie: "Calling Northside 777" 2 PM NFL Game Of The Week 2:30 Super Bowl Specials '76 3 PM Pro Football Playback (highlights of last week's games) 3:30 Hogan's Heroes 4 PM In Conquest Of The Sea 5 PM High Chaparral 6 PM The City That Forgot About Christmas (Sebastian Cabot provides the voices.) 6:30 Rex Humbard 7 PM Oral Roberts 7:30 The Lesson 8 PM Tangerine Bowl: BYU-Oklahoma State (live from Orlando) 11 PM Moment Of Truth (time approximate) 11:30 Washington Debates For The '70s (topic: impeachable offenses and executive privilege) sign off 12:30 AM WVIR Ch. 29 Charlottesville (NBC) 8 AM Woody Woodpecker 8:30 Pink Panther 10 AM Speed Buggy 10:30 Movie: "Christmas In Connecticut" 12:30 Friends Of Man 1 PM Roller Derby 2 PM Wrestling (probably from Raleigh, not sure) 3 PM Film 3:30 Grandstand

4 PM TBA (I feel certain it's the AFC wild-card teamOakland Raiders game) 7 PM Van Dyke And Company (guests: Bobbie Gentry and John Byner, delay from Thu 8 PM) 8 PM Story Of The First Christmas Snow 8:30 NBC Movie: "Mame" 11:15 Andy Williams (guest: Leslie Uggams) sign off 11:45 PM WVPT Ch. 51 Harrisonburg (PBS) 7:30 Evening At Symphony (Michael Tilson Thomas leads the Boston Symphony in Schoenberg's Five Pieces For Orchestra) 8:30 Movie: "Waltz Of The Toreadors" 10:20 Films 10:30 Visions (same as Ch. 15) 12:30 Crockett's Victory Garden 1 PM Five String Breakdown: Basic Banjo 1:30 Chust For Fancy (art) 2 PM Golf: Pepsi Mixed Team Championship 4 PM Garden Show 4:30 Cinema Showcase 5 PM Adams Chronicles 6 PM Getting On 6:30 Zoom 7 PM Rebop 7:30 Once Upon A Classic 8 PM The Way It Was 8:30 Boston Pops In Hollywood 10 PM The Strauss Family (Part 1) Retro: Kentucky Saturday, December 17, 1960 From TV Guide, Kentucky Edition: Chs. 5, 9, 12, 18, 27 listed Eastern Time Chs. 3, 7, 11, 14, 50 listed Central Time WAVE Ch. 3 Louisville (NBC) 7 AM Today On The Farm (Eddy Arnold hosts, guests are Homer and Jethro) 7:30 News 7:35 Adventures In Africa 7:45 Light Time 8 AM Cartoon Carnival 8:30 Roy Rogers 9 AM Shari Lewis (c) 9:30 King Leonardo (c) 10 AM Fury 10:30 Lone Ranger 11 AM Matty's Funday Funnies (ABC, not sure if this is delayed from Friday night but I think it is) 11:30 Liberty Bowl Preview 12 N Liberty Bowl: Oregon (playing for this year's BCS championship) vs. Penn State, from Philadelphia--Lindsey Nelson and Frankie

Albert report (c) 3 PM Coast Guard Academy (time approximate) 3:30 Bowling Stars 4 PM Kentucky Afield 4:30 Saturday Prom (Merv Griffin welcomes Tony Bennett, Dodie ("Tan Shoes And Pink Shoelaces") Stevens, Maurice Williams and the Zodiacs) 5 PM Donna Reed (ABC, delay from Thu 7 PM) 5:30 Youth Speaks 6 PM Tomorrow's Champions (amateur boxing) 6:25 News 6:30 Bonanza (c) 7:30 Leave It To Beaver (ABC) 8 PM Dick Powell (again, I believe these are his "Four Star Playhouse" episodes--"Zane Grey Theater" was still on the air, and "The Dick Powell Show" wouldn't debut until fall 1961) 8:30 The Nation's Future (topic: Should federal aid to education include teachers' salaries? Eisenhower's HEW secretary, Arthur Flemming, says no--it would give the federal government too much control over local school districts; Sen. Joseph Clark (Democrat from Pennsylvania) says federal aid does not necessarily imply federal control.) 9 PM The Nation's Future (local followup) 9:30 Lawrence Welk (ABC, delay from 8 PM) 10 PM The Rifleman (ABC, delay from Tue 7 PM) 10:30 Lawman (ABC, delay from Sun 7:30) 11 PM Closeup! (the classic documentary "Yanki, No!" about anti-American sentiment in Latin America, ABC, don't know how much of a delay) 12 M Movie: "The Fighting Seabees" 1:40 News WLW-T Ch. 5 Cincinnati (NBC) 7 AM Today On The Farm 7:30 Western Movie 8:30 Mr. Hop (c) 9:30 Signal Three 10 AM Shari Lewis (c) 10:30 King Leonardo (c) 11 AM Fury 11:30 Lone Ranger 12 N True Story 12:30 Liberty Bowl Preview 12:45 Liberty Bowl: Oregon-Penn State (c) 3:30 Captain Gallant (time approximate, delay from 5 PM) 4 PM People Are Funny (time approximate, delay from Sun 6:30) 4:30 Bowling Stars 5:30 Wrestling From Dayton 6:30 Midwestern Hayride (c) 7:30 Bonanza (c) 8:30 Tall Man 9 PM The Deputy (Henry Fonda) 9:30 The Nation's Future 10 PM Probe 10:30 Blue Angels

11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:15 Movie: "Once Upon A Honeymoon" WTVW Ch. 7 Evansville (ABC) 9 AM Elementary German 10 AM Jaycees Present 10:30 Children's Film Festival (not the CBS program, which debuted in 1967) 11:30 Junior Auction 12 N Soupy Sales 12:30 Junior Boxing (wrestler Rip Hawk hosted this show, IIRC) 1 PM Movie: "Life With Henry" (Jackie Cooper plays Henry Aldrich) 2:30 Pages For All Ages 3 PM Movie: "Wagonmaster" (this '50 Western sounds like a warmup for "Wagon Train," with Ward Bond in the title role) 4:30 Campy's Corner (Roy Campanella talks sports) 5 PM All-Star Golf (Billy Casper vs. Bob Rosburg--Jimmy Demaret reports) 6 PM Assignment Underwater 6:30 Roaring 20's 7:30 Leave It To Beaver 8 PM Lawrence Welk (trumpeter Norman Bailey's daughter Janice is guest on this Christmas show) 9 PM Boxing: Luis Rodriguez vs. Emile Griffith, welterweights, 10 rounds, from Madison Square Garden (Griffith would alienate a lot of boxing fans in 1962 with his merciless-ultimately fatal--beating of Benny "Kid" Paret) 9:45 Make That Spare (challenger: Billy Golembiewski, time approximate, from Paramus, NJ) 10 PM Coronado 9 10:30 Wrestling From Evansville 12 M Grand Ole Opry 12:30 Movie: "The Falcon Strikes Back" WCPO Ch. 9 Cincinnati (ABC) 7 AM Jewish Hour 7:15 Joe Emerson (gospel music) 7:30 Herald Of Truth 8 AM Industry On Parade 8:15 Navy Story 8:45 F.O.P. Quiz (I wonder if this is "Play It Safe"?) 9:30 Cartoon Party 10 AM Rocky And His Friends (not sure how much delay) 10:30 Three Stooges 11 AM Learn To Draw (Jon Gnagy) 11:15 Cartoons 11:30 Laffhouse Gang (Lee Fogel) 12 N TV Dance Party 3 PM Movie: "The Flame" 5 PM All-Star Wrestling 6 PM Cannonball

6:30 Outdoor Rambler 7 PM Union Pacific 7:30 Roaring 20's 8:30 Leave It To Beaver 9 PM Lawrence Welk 10 PM Take A Good Look (Ernie Kovacs, delay from Thu 10:30) 10:30 Flight 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:20 Movie: "Holiday" (this has Katharine Hepburn and Cary Grant, and is not to be confused with "Holiday Inn") WHAS Ch. 11 Louisville (CBS) 8 AM Cartoon Circus 9 AM Captain Kangaroo 10 AM Magic Land Of Allakazam 10:30 Mighty Mouse 11 AM Popeye 11:30 CBS News (Robert Trout, the first half-hour network newscast) 12 N Songs Of Faith 12:30 Christmas Carols (the choruses of Eastern and Valley High Schools are guests) 12:45 Bluebonnet Bowl: Alabama-Texas, from Houston (Tom Harmon and Johnny Lujack report) 3:30 NFL Football: Packers-Los Angeles Rams (Bob Kelley and Gil Stratton report, time approximate) 6:15 Cartoon Circus (time approximate) 6:30 Perry Mason 7:30 Sea Hunt 8 PM College Basketball: Kentucky-Temple 9:45 Inside Sports (time approximate) 10 PM Ozzie And Harriet (ABC, delay from Wed 7:30) 10:30 News (Hugh Smith, later of WTVT Tampa) 10:40 Weather (Milton Metz, longtime WHAS personality) 10:45 Sports 11 PM Play Of The Week (Larry Blyden and Oscar Homolka in "A Very Special Baby"--the 34-year-old son of a self-made millionaire) WKRC Ch. 12 Cincinnati (CBS) 9 AM Skipper Ryle 10 AM Captain Kangaroo 11 AM Magic Land Of Allakazam 11:30 Mighty Mouse 12 N Sky King 12:30 Background (documentary) 1 PM African Patrol 1:30 Film Feature 1:45 Bluebonnet Bowl: Alabama-Texas 4:30 NFL Football: Packers-Rams (time approximate) 7:30 Perry Mason 8:30 Checkmate

9:30 Have Gun, Will Travel 10 PM Gunsmoke 10:30 This Man Dawson 11 PM News, Weather 11:15 Movie: "So Proudly We Hail" (This '43 story of nurses working at the front during WWII earned critical praise for George Reeves--producer Mark Sandrich told him he had big plans for him--but Reeves was drafted and Sandrich died while Reeves was in the Army. Years later, while playing Superman, Reeves once told Jack Larson, "If Mark Sandrich had lived, I wouldn't be wearing this monkey suit.") WFIE Ch. 14 Evansville (NBC) 7 AM Today On The Farm 7:30 Indiana University 8 AM Adventures In Africa 8:15 Cartoon Carnival 8:30 Ding Dong School 9 AM Shari Lewis (c) 9:30 King Leonardo (c) 10 AM Fury 10:30 Lone Ranger 11 AM True Story 11:30 Liberty Bowl Preview 11:45 Liberty Bowl: Oregon-Penn State 3 PM Community Jamboree (time approximate) 3:15 Americans At Work 3:30 Bowling Stars 4 PM Captain Gallant 4:30 Saturday Prom 5 PM Item (local) 6 PM Science Fiction Theater 6:30 Bonanza (c) 7:30 Tall Man 8 PM The Deputy 8:30 The Nation's Future 9 PM TBA 9:30 Sea Hunt 10 PM R.C.M.P. 10:30 News (Jack McLean) 10:40 Sports (Jack McLean) 10:45 Movie: "The Outcast" (John Derek and Jim Davis star in this Western.) WLEX Ch. 18 Lexington (NBC/ABC) 9:30 Walter Strong (religion) 10 AM Shari Lewis (c) 10:30 King Leonardo (c) 11 AM Fury 11:30 Lone Ranger 12 N True Story 12:30 Liberty Bowl Preview 12:45 Liberty Bowl: Oregon-Penn State (c)

4:30 Film Feature (time approximate) 5 PM Western Movie 6 PM The Groucho Show (delay from Thu 10 PM) 6:30 Riverboat (delay from Mon 7:30) 7:30 Bonanza (c) 8:30 Tall Man 9 PM Lawrence Welk 10 PM Boxing: Rodriguez-Griffith 10:45 Make That Spare (time approximate) 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:15 Movie: "FBI Girl" WKYT Ch. 27 Lexington (ABC/CBS) 9 AM Skipper Ryle 10 AM Captain Kangaroo 11 AM Roy Rogers 11:30 Mighty Mouse 12 N Tobacco News And Views 12:15 Conservation Club 12:30 Waterfront 1 PM Nick Clooney 1:45 Bluebonnet Bowl: Alabama-Texas 4:30 Wrestling (time approximate) 5 PM African Patrol 5:30 U.K. Television Workshop (U.K., of course, means University of Kentucky, not a British import) 5:45 Sports 6 PM Roaring 20's 7 PM Life With Father 7:30 Perry Mason 8:30 Stagecoach West (delay from Tue 9 PM) 9:30 Have Gun, Will Travel 10 PM Gunsmoke 10:30 Pony Express 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:15 Movie: "Who Done It?" (Benny Hill stars in this '56 comedy from England) WEHT Ch. 50 (Ch. 25) Evansville (CBS) 8 AM Travelog 50 8:30 Santa Showcase 9 AM Captain Kangaroo 10 AM Magic Land Of Allakazam 10:30 Mighty Mouse 11 AM Sky King 11:30 Jeff's Collie 12 N Big Rascals 12:45 Bluebonnet Bowl: Alabama-Texas 3:30 NFL Football: Packers-Rams (time approximate) 6 PM Mr. District Attorney (time approximate) 6:30 Perry Mason 7:30 Checkmate 8:30 Have Gun, Will Travel

9 PM Gunsmoke 9:30 Grand Jury 10 PM Brothers Brannagan 10:30 Movie: TBA Retro: North Carolina Saturday, December 16, 1972 APOLLO 17: The last Apollo mission starts its journey home. Astronauts Cernan, Evans, and Schmitt are scheduled to leave lunar orbit at 6:31 PM; at 6:46 PM there is a commandmodule view of the moon. All this will no doubt pre-empt regular programming on ABC and CBS stations, and air as part of "NBC Nightly News". From TV Guide, North Carolina Edition: WFMY Ch. 2 Greensboro (CBS) 7:30 Harlem Globetrotters (delay from Sun 9:30 AM) 8 AM Bugs Bunny 8:30 Sabrina, The Teenage Witch 9 AM Amazing Chan And The Chan Clan 9:30 New Scooby Doo Movies: "The Caped Crusader Caper" (Batman and Robin join Scooby and the gang to thwart the Joker and Penguin's efforts to steal a helium flying suit.) 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 (ice hockey is the subject of "The Goalkeeper Also Lives On Our Street," '62 from Czechoslovakia) 2 PM Mainpoint '72 2:30 Roller Derby 3:30 A&T Sports Report (WFMY still does a lot of coverage of North Carolina A&T.) 3:45 The NFL Today 4 PM NFL Football: Vikings-49ers (Ray Scott and Pat Summerall report) 7 PM Hee Haw (guests: Barbara Mandrell and Richey, time approximate) 8 PM All In The Family 8:30 Bridget Loves Bernie 9 PM Mary Tyler Moore 9:30 Bob Newhart 10 PM Carol Burnett (she moves into what is probably her best-remembered timeslot tonight, with guests Anthony Newley and Bernadette Peters) 11 PM News 11:30 Movie: "Taggart" E (WUND/2 Columbia/Edenton, NC; WUNC/4 Chapel Hill; WUNK/25 Greenville, NC; WUNJ/39 Wilmington; WUNG/58 Concord, NC) (PBS) off air on Saturday WBTV Ch. 3 Charlotte (CBS) 7 AM Happy Jester 7:30 Amazing Chan And The Chan Clan

8 AM Bugs Bunny 8:30 Sabrina, The Teenage Witch 9 AM Whistle-Stop 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 That Good Ole Nashville Music (Tex Ritter, Faron Young, Sammi ("Help Me Make It Through The Night") Smith) 2:30 Porter Wagoner (guest is Stringbean; the "Hee Haw" regular and his wife would be murdered less than a year later when they surprised a burglar after arriving home from a Grand Ole Opry performance) 3 PM Wrestling (from the studio) 3:45 The NFL Today 4 PM NFL Football: Vikings-49ers 7 PM News (time approximate) 7:30 Gunsmoke (delay from Mon 8 PM, "All In The Family" airs Mon 7:30 PM) 8:30 Tommy Faile: "Christmas Time's A-Coming" with the regulars from his show, Betty Feezor, and morning anchor Jim Patterson 9 PM Mary Tyler Moore 9:30 Parent Game 10 PM Carol Burnett 11 PM News 11:30 Movie: "The Delicate Delinquent" (Jerry Lewis' first film after splitting with Dean Martin) WWAY Ch. 3 Wilmington, NC (ABC) 7:30 Cartoons 8 AM H.R. Pufnstuf 8:30 Jackson Five 9 AM The Osmonds 9:30 ABC Saturday Superstar Movie: "Daffy Duck And Porky Pig Meet The Groovie Goolies" 10:30 Brady Kids 11 AM Bewitched 11:30 Kid Power 12 N Funky Phantom 12:30 Lidsville 1 PM NFL Football: Baltimore Colts-Dolphins (Ch. 3 is carrying an NBC game because WECT, the NBC affiliate, carries CBS games. This is the year the Dolphins completed modern pro football's only perfect season.) 4 PM Sports Challenge (Lefty Gomez, Joe DiMaggio, and Tommy Henrich--former Yankees--vs. Vida Blue, Catfish Hunter, and Ken Holtzman, time approximate) 4:30 Untamed World 5 PM Wide World Of Sports (another reason Ch. 3 carried

the early football game--the Supernational Drag Racing Championships from Ontario, CA; the International Toboggan (Crests) Championship from St. Moritz, Switzerland; the World Roller Skating Dance Championships from Bremen, (West) Germany) 6:30 That Good Ole Nashville Music (Carl Smith, the Osborne Brothers bluegrass band, Tommy Jackson) 7 PM Hee Haw 8 PM Alias Smith And Jones 9 PM Streets Of San Francisco (guest: Carl Betz) 10 PM The Sixth Sense 11 PM ABC News (Sam Donaldson) 11:15 Arthur Smith 11:45 Wrestling (probably from Raleigh) WRAL Ch. 5 Raleigh (ABC) 7 AM Cartoons 7:30 Movie: "The Face Of Terror" 9 AM The Osmonds 9:30 ABC Saturday Superstar Movie 10:30 Brady Kids 11 AM Bewitched 11:30 Kid Power 12 N Funky Phantom 12:30 Teenage Frolics 1 PM Monkees 1:30 American Bandstand (Johnny Nash sings "I Can See Clearly Now".) 2 PM Movie: "The Quick Gun" 4 PM Star Trek 5 PM Wrestling (from the studio) 6 PM Arthur Smith 6:30 Porter Wagoner (guest: singer Bill Carlisle) 7 PM Lawrence Welk (childhood melodies) 8 PM Alias Smith And Jones 9 PM Streets Of San Francisco 10 PM The Sixth Sense 11 PM News 11:20 ABC News 11:35 Movie: "A High Wind In Jamaica" WECT Ch. 6 Wilmington (NBC) 7 AM Gene Autry 8 AM Underdog 8:30 Jetsons 9 AM Pink Panther 9:30 Houndcats 10 AM Roman Holidays 10:30 The Barkleys 11 AM Sealab 2020 11:30 Runaround 12 N Around The World In 80 Days 12:30 Talking With A Giant (Knicks star Jerry Lucas and today's teen-age hosts discuss

dealing with physical handicaps.) 1 PM Fayetteville Youth Council 1:30 Bill Anderson 2 PM Movie: "Broken Arrow" (this 1950 Jimmy Stewart Western seems to be a forerunner of the series, with the characters of Tom Jeffords and Cochise) 3:45 The NFL Today 4 PM NFL Football: Vikings-49ers 7 PM Parent Game (time approximate) 7:30 The Little People (Brian Keith, delay from Fri 8:30) 8 PM Emergency! 9 PM NBC Movie: "Viva Maria" (Brigitte Bardot) 11:15 Roller Derby 12:15 Movie: "September Storm" WITN Ch. 7 Washington, NC (NBC) 7 AM Across The Fence 7:30 Treehouse Club 8 AM Underdog 8:30 Jetsons 9 AM Pink Panther 9:30 Houndcats 10 AM Roman Holidays 10:30 The Barkleys 11 AM Sealab 2020 11:30 Runaround 12 N Around The World In 80 Days 12:30 Talking With A Giant 1 PM NFL Football: Colts-Dolphins 4 PM Bill Anderson (guests: singers Mel Street and Bobbie Roy, time approximate) 4:30 Now 5 PM Carolina Sportsman 5:30 NFL Game Of The Week 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News (Garrick Utley) 7 PM Lawrence Welk 8 PM Emergency! 9 PM NBC Movie: "Viva Maria" 11:15 News 11:45 This Week In Pro Football 12:45 Christopher Closeup 1:15 Alcoholics Anonymous (I've often wondered if this was picked up from WVEC Norfolk.) WGHP Ch. 8 High Point (ABC) 7:30 Captain Noah 8 AM Visit With Santa 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 Soul Train (Tyrone Davis, Lynn Collins, special guest Elgin Baylor) 1:30 American Bandstand 2:30 Movie: "Napoleon" 4 PM NBA Preview 4:30 Golf Highlights: U.S. Men's Amateur, U.S. Women's Open, the Curtis Cup 5 PM Wide World Of Sports 6:30 Anything You Can Do 7 PM Lawrence Welk 8 PM Alias Smith And Jones 9 PM Streets Of San Francisco 10 PM The Sixth Sense 11 PM ABC News 11:15 News 11:30 Movie: "Godzilla vs. the Thing" 1 AM Movie: "Invisible Creature" WNCT Ch. 9 Greenville, NC (CBS) 8 AM Bugs Bunny 8:30 Sabrina, The Teenage Witch 9 AM Amazing Chan And The Chan Clan 9:30 New Scooby Doo Movies 10:30 Josie And The Pussycats In Outer Space 11 AM Flintstones Comedy Hour 12 N Archie's TV Funnies 12:30 Fat Albert And The Cosby Kids 1 PM CBS Children's Film Festival 2 PM Daniel Boone 3 PM Banana Splits 3:45 The NFL Today 4 PM NFL Football: Vikings-49ers 7 PM Hee Haw (time approximate) 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 Roller Derby 12 M Movie: "Man In The Shadow" (yes, roller derby is listed as 30 minutes) WSOC Ch. 9 Charlotte (NBC) 7 AM Popeye 7:30 Stop, Look And Listen 8 AM Underdog 8:30 Jetsons 9 AM Pink Panther 9:30 Houndcats 10 AM Roman Holidays 10:30 The Barkleys 11 AM Sealab 2020

11:30 Runaround 12 N Around The World In 80 Days 12:30 Talking With A Giant 1 PM NFL Football: Colts-Dolphins 4 PM Movie: "Wild On The Beach" (time approximate) 5:30 World Of Survival 6 PM UFO 7 PM Lawrence Welk 8 PM Emergency! 9 PM NBC Movie: "Viva Maria" 11:15 News 11:45 Movie: "Charlie Chan In Panama" WIS Ch. 10 Columbia, SC (NBC) 6:45 With This Ring 7 AM Agricultural Panorama 7:15 Davey And Goliath 7:30 Mr. Knozit 8:30 Jetsons 9 AM Pink Panther 9:30 Houndcats 10 AM Roman Holidays 10:30 The Barkleys 11 AM Sealab 2020 11:30 Runaround 12 N Around The World In 80 Days 12:30 Talking With A Giant 1 PM NFL Football: Colts-Dolphins 4 PM Lancer (time approximate) 5 PM That Good Ole Nashville Music 5:30 Lawrence Welk 6:30 NBC News 7 PM News 7:30 Parent Game 8 PM Emergency! 9 PM NBC Movie: "Viva Maria" 11:15 News 11:45 Movie: "Halls Of Montezuma" 1:15 News 1:20 With This Ring WTVD Ch. 11 Durham (CBS) 6:30 Sunrise Semester: "Law And Morality" 7 AM Now 7:30 Gilligan's Island 8 PM 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 Gilligan's Island

1:30 Lassie 2 PM Sports Talk 2:15 This Week In Pro Football 3:15 NFL Game Of The Week 3:45 The NFL Today 4 PM NFL Football: Vikings-49ers 7 PM Hee Haw (time approximate) 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: "Oedipus The King" WCTI Ch. 12 New Bern (ABC) 7 AM Yogi And Huck 7:15 Telestory 7:30 Batman (guest villain: the Penguin) 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 Movie: "The War Wagon" (John Wayne, Kirk Douglas) 3:30 Movie: "Invitation To A Gunfighter" 5 PM Wide World Of Sports 6:30 Gilligan's Island 7 PM Outta Sight 7:30 Death Valley Days 8 PM Alias Smith And Jones 9 PM Streets Of San Francisco 10 PM The Sixth Sense 11 PM ABC News 11:15 News 11:30 Wrestling (I've always heard that Ch. 12 got its wrestling show from outside the Mid-Atlantic area, supposedly from Nick Gulas' territory in the mid-South.) 12:30 Movie: "Beast Of Morocco" WXII Ch. 12 Winston-Salem (NBC) 7 AM William Tell 7:30 McHale's Navy 8 AM Underdog 8:30 Jetsons 9 AM Pink Panther 9:30 Houndcats 10 AM Roman Holidays

10:30 The Barkleys 11 AM Sealab 2020 11:30 Runaround 12 N Around The World In 80 Days 12:30 Talking With A Giant 1 PM NFL Football: Colts-Dolphins 4 PM NFL Game Of The Week (time approximate) 4:30 Circus! (Bert Parks) 5 PM Wild Wild West 6 PM Conversation 6:15 Parsons To Persons 6:30 News 7 PM Movie: "A Christmas Carol" (the Alastair Sim version from '51, considered by many to be the best) 9 PM NBC Movie: "Viva Maria" 11:15 News 11:45 Movie: "Tripoli" (watch for Alan Napier, Alfred the butler on "Batman") WBTW Ch. 13 Florence, SC (ABC/CBS) 7 AM Cheyenne 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 Moe The Rooster 12:30 Fat Albert And The Cosby Kids 1 PM CBS Children's Film Festival 2 PM Arthur Smith 2:30 Wrestling (probably from Charlotte) 3:30 Holiday 3:45 The NFL Today 4 PM NFL Football: Vikings-49ers 7 PM Waltons (time approximate, delay from Thu 8 PM) 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 ABC News 11:15 News 11:30 CBS Movie: "Otley" (delay from Mon 11:30, as Ch. 13 carried Monday Night Football) WCCB Ch. 18 Charlotte (ABC) 7:30 Agriculture 8 AM H.R. Pufnstuf 8:30 Jackson Five 9 AM The Osmonds 9:30 ABC Saturday Superstar Movie 10:30 Brady Kids

11 AM Bewitched 11:30 Kid Power 12 N Funky Phantom 12:30 Lidsville 1 PM Monkees 1:30 American Bandstand 2 PM Crafts With Katy (Dacus) 2:30 Movie: "The Flying Squad" 4 PM Movie: "Luck Of A Sailor" 5 PM Wide World Of Sports 6:30 Bill Anderson (guest: Ray Price) 7 PM The Adventurer (Gene Barry) 7:30 NFL Game Of The Week 8 PM Alias Smith And Jones 9 PM Streets Of San Francisco 10 PM The Sixth Sense 11 PM Movie: "Background" 12:30 ABC News WRDU (WRDC) Ch. 28 Durham (NBC) 8 AM Underdog 8:30 Jetsons 9 AM Pink Panther 9:30 Houndcats 10 AM Roman Holidays 10:30 The Barkleys 11 AM Sealab 2020 11:30 Runaround 12 N Around The World In 80 Days 12:30 Talking With A Giant 1 PM NFL Football: Colts-Dolphins 4 PM Sports Film (time approximate) 4:30 Roller Games 5:30 Wrestling (Ch. 28 used to carry the Tampa show; I suppose this is it.) 6:30 NBC News 7 PM Untamed World 7:30 Stand Up And Cheer (Johnny Mann) 8 PM Emergency! 9 PM NBC Movie: "Viva Maria" 11:15 Movie: "War Of The Satellites" WRET (WCNC) Ch. 36 Charlotte (Ind.) 7:30 Across The Fence 8 AM I Predict 8:30 Say It Aloud 9 AM Right On 9:30 Teach In 10:30 Warren Roberts (gospel music) 11:30 Waters Family (more gospel music, all these programs from 8 AM are from CBN) 12 N Jim And Tammy (this one, too) 1 PM Banana Splits (the religious block has ended) 1:30 Spiderman

2 PM Popeye And Pals 2:30 Movie: "The Invisible Man Returns" 4 PM Alfred Hitchcock Hour 5 PM Roller Game 6:30 Wrestling (this, too, may be from Tampa) 7:30 Movie: "The Pride And The Passion" 9:30 Rollin' (Kenny Rogers) 10 PM 700 Club WTVI Ch. 42 Charlotte (PBS) 8:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 9 AM Sesame Street 10 AM Electric Company 10:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 11 AM Sesame Street 12 N Electric Company sign off 12:30 PM Retro: Toronto/Central Ontario Sat, Dec 15, 1979 from TV Guide-Toronto/Lake Ontario edition WGR 2-NBC Buffalo 6:00 PTL Club 7:00 Infinity Factory 7:30 Marlo & the Magic Movie Machine 8:00 Godzilla/Globetrotters 9:00 Fred & Barney Meet the Shmoo 10:30 Daffy Duck 11:00 Casper & the Angels 11:30 Flash Gordon noon Munsters 12:30 NFL: NY Jets-Miami 3:30 FBI 4:30 Ruff House 5:00 Mission: Impossible 6:00 News 6:30 Inquiry 7:00 Hee Haw 8:00 NHL: Buffalo-Philadelphia 10:30 TBA 11:00 News 11:30 Saturday Night Live (host Martin Sheen/music from David Bowie) 1:00 Don Kirshner's Rock Concert CKVR 3-CBC Barrie relayed on 8 Muskoka and 12 Parry Sound 7:30 Circle Square 8:00 All in a Tube 8:30 Scooby-Doo 9:30 Flipper 10:00 What's New? 10:30 Snelgrove Snail 11:00 Conlon's Ontario 11:30 Oceans Alive

noon Glitters 12:30 Trivia 1:00 Wild Animals of the World 1:30 Best of Moira 2:00 Wrestling 3:00 Faces of Small Places 3:30 Reach for the Top 4:00 NFL: Green Bay-Detroit 7:00 Simcoe County Youth Band & Choir 8:00 NHL: Atlanta-Toronto 11:00 The National 11:15 Provincial Affairs 11:20 News 11:50 Movie "Where Does It Hurt?" 1:35 Movie "The High Bright Sun" WIVB 4-CBS Buffalo 6:30 Sunrise Semester (drama in the Hispanic community) 7:00 US Farm Report 7:30 Carrascolendas 8:00 Mighty Mouse/Heckle & Jeckle 9:00 Bugs Bunny/Road Runner 10:30 Popeye 11:30 Fat Albert noon Jason of Star Command 12:30 Tarzan/Super 7 1:30 30 Minutes (reports on teen suicide and a 19-year-old boxer) 2:00 Bowling: Tim Nabozny takes on the current champ 3:00 It's Academic: teams from Buffalo Seminary, Iroquois Central and Tonawanda 3:30 NFL Today 4:00 NFL: Green Bay-Detroit 7:00 Comeback (Bill Muncey discusses the accident that almost ended both his life and career) 7:30 Sha Na Na (guest Dusty Springfield) 8:00 Bear Who Slept Through Christmas (Tommy Smothers voices the title role in this special, first aired in 1973) 8:30 Story of the First Christmas Snow (voices of Angela Lansbury and Cyril Ritchard) 9:00 Movie "The Gift" 11:00 News 11:30 Movie "Dear Brigitte" CBLT 5-CBC Toronto 9:00 Sesame Street 10:00 Hobbledehoy 10:30 Agriscope 11:00 Canadians 11:30 What's New? noon Wow! "Little Women", in dance form 1:00 Reach for the Top: Alderwood Collegiate v Michael Power/St. Joseph's High 1:30 Inventors 2:00 For the Love of Sport (trapshooter Susan Nattrass) 2:30 You Can Do It 3:00 This Week in Ontario 3:30 CBC News: Saturday Report 4:00 NFL: Green Bay-Detroit 7:00 Fawlty Towers 7:30 Ropers

8:00 NHL: Atlanta-Toronto 11:00 The National 11:15 Provincial Affairs 11:20 News 11:40 Movie "Panic in the Wilderness" 1:30 Dance Fever CKGN-Global: 6 Toronto/22 Uxbridge/2 Bancroft 6:00 Seneca Telecollege 7:00 PTL Club 9:00 Sounds of Asia 10:00 Buford & the Galloping Ghost 10:30 Jabberjaw 11:00 Godzilla 11:30 Scooby & Scrappy-Doo noon Movie "Poor Devil" 1:30 100 Huntley Street 3:00 Sports Probe (guest Diane Jones Konihowski) 3:30 Kidsworld 4:00 Barbapapa (French viewers got this as part of SRC's Bagatelle series) 4:30 Secret Railroad 5:00 Bugs Bunny/Road Runner 6:00 Global News 6:30 Sports Probe (r) 7:00 Lawrence Welk (salute to big bands) 8:00 Jeffersons 8:30 What Will They Think of Next! 9:00 Point Blank "Palestinians and Israelis: Is There a Peaceful Solution?" (representatives from Arab and Jewish groups discuss) 10:00 Celebrity Cooks (Orson Bean cooks veal) 10:30 America 2Night 11:00 Lottario 11:05 Movie "Scarecrow" 1:00 Movie "A Target for Killing" CJOH 6-CTV Deseronto 6:00 University of the Air (x2) 7:00 Tree House 7:30 Audubon Wildlife Theatre 8:00 Rocket Robin Hood 8:30 Cartoons 9:30 Let's Go 10:00 Swiss Family Robinson 10:30 Untamed World 11:00 Spiderman (x2) noon Flintstones 12:30 NFL: NY Jets-Miami 3:30 CTV Wide World of Sports: World Gymnastics Championships 5:00 Olympiad (recalling Jesse Owen's victory at the 1936 Berlin Olympics) 6:00 News 6:30 Regional Contact 7:00 BJ & the Bear 8:00 Movie "The Nativity" 10:00 Man Called Sloane 11:00 CTV National News 11:20 Sports

11:30 Show Biz mid. Movie "Sweet Hostage" 2:00 Emergency! WKBW 7-ABC Buffalo 6:00 Better Way 6:30 Agriculture USA 7:00 Barbapapa 7:30 Battle of the Planets 8:00 Three Stooges/Little Rascals (bw) 9:00 Plastic-Man 11:00 Woody Woodpecker 11:30 Scooby & Scrappy-Doo noon ABC Weekend Special "The Revenge of Red Chief" 12:30 Flintstones 1:00 Buffalo Bills Highlights (recapping last Sunday's game against Minnesota) 1:30 College Football: Division I-AA championship, from Orlando 4:30 Nestor the Long-Eared Christmas Donkey (voices of Roger Miller and Brenda Vaccaro) 5:00 ABC Wide World of Sports: same coverage as CTV 6:30 News 7:00 Here & Now 7:30 Eye on Buffalo 8:00 Family Feud 8:30 New Kind of Family (new day/time) 9:00 Love Boat 10:00 Fantasy Island 11:00 News 11:30 Movie "Action in the North Atlantic" (bw) 1:50 Challenge 2:20 ABC News WROC 8-NBC Rochester 5:25 Better Way 5:55 News for Little People 6:00 700 Club 7:00 Tony the Pony 7:30 Bay City Rollers 8:00 Godzilla/Globetrotters 9:00 Fred & Barney Meet the Shmoo 10:30 Daffy Duck 11:00 Casper & the Angels 11:30 Flash Gordon noon NFL '79 (Dick Butkus recalls his career) 12:30 NFL: NY Jets-Miami 3:30 College Basketball: DePaul-UCLA 5:30 For You...Black Woman 6:00 Hee Haw 7:00 Lawrence Welk 8:00 CHiPs 9:00 BJ & the Bear 10:00 Man Called Sloane 11:00 News 11:30 Saturday Night Live 1:00 Midnight Special (hosts the Village People welcome guests Rupert Jones, the Spinners, the Little River Band, and David Steinberg) 2:30 Movie "Rose of Cimarron" (bw)

3:55 Movie "Fog for a Killer" (bw) CFTO 9-CTV Toronto 6:00 Cartoons 7:00 Uncle Bobby 7:30 Roger Ramjet 8:00 Mighty Mouse 9:00 Barbapapa 9:30 Let's Go 10:00 Swiss Family Robinson 10:30 Untamed World 11:00 Star Trek noon Flintstones 12:30 NFL: NY Jets-Miami 3:30 CTV Wide World of Sports 5:00 Olympiad 6:00 Amazing Kreskin 6:30 World Beat News 7:00 BJ & the Bear 8:00 Movie "The Nativity" 10:00 Starlost 11:00 CTV National News 11:20 News 12:15 Movie "For Pete's Sake" 2:05 Movie "Africa-Texas Style!" 4:10 Movie "Desperate Characters" CFPL 10-CBC London 8:30 Audubon Wildlife Theatre 9:00 Third Story 9:30 Circle Square 10:00 What's New? 10:30 Wow! "Ida Makes a Movie" 11:30 Rocket Robin Hood noon Barbapapa 12:30 Children Every Year 1:00 Reach for the Top: Port Dover Composite v London Central Secondary 1:30 You Can Do It 2:00 All About Cameras 2:30 Business as Usual 3:00 NFB Presents 3:30 CBC News: Saturday Report 4:00 NFL: Green Bay-Detroit 7:00 FYI 7:30 Barney Miller 8:00 NHL: Atlanta-Toronto 11:00 The National 11:15 Provincial Affairs 11:20 FYI 11:45 Movie "Happily Ever After" WHEC 10-CBS Rochester 6:30 Sunrise Semester 7:00 Brady Kids 7:30 Archies 8:00 Mighty Mouse/Heckle & Jeckle

9:00 Bugs Bunny/Road Runner 10:30 Popeye 11:30 Fat Albert noon Kidsworld 12:30 Tarzan/Super 7 1:30 30 Minutes 2:00 Movie "The Deadly Mantis" (bw) 3:30 NFL Today 4:00 NFL: Green Bay-Detroit 7:00 News 7:30 Family of Winners (examining teen suicide) 8:00 Bear Who Slept Through Christmas 8:30 Story of the First Christmas Snow 9:00 Movie "The Gift" 11:00 News 11:30 Movie "The Double Kill" CHCH 11-Ind Hamilton 6:00 Hilarious House of Frightenstein (which was produced at ch 11) 7:00 Dale Harney's Magic Show 8:00 Harrigan 8:30 Willy & Floyd 9:00 Spiderman 9:30 Any Woman Can 10:00 Creative Hands 10:30 Ready, Set, Grow 11:00 Church Today 11:30 Inside Track noon Mohawk Presents: Spectrum 12:30 Wrestling 1:30 Sports Flashback 2:00 OUAA Hockey: teams TBA 4:00 Journal International 4:30 Any Way You Want It 5:30 Idea Machine 6:00 News 6:30 Snelgrove Snail (produced at ch 11) 7:00 Young Maverick 8:00 CHiPs 9:00 Movie "The Gift" 11:00 News 11:05 Peter Appleyard (guests Jerry Van Dyke, and the Silver Jazz Band) 11:30 Sounds Good mid. Movie "The Return of the Mod Squad" 2:00 Movie "Outrage" 3:30 Movie "Snatched" CKWS 11-CBC Kingston 9:00 Circle Square 9:30 Oceans Alive 10:00 Harrigan (this CKWS-produced series was syndied across Canada) 10:30 Snelgrove Snail 11:00 Forest Rangers 11:30 Inside Track noon Any Way You Want It 1:00 Sha Na Na

1:30 Audubon Wildlife Theatre 2:00 Beachcombers 2:30 George Hamilton IV 3:00 Live at the Forum (B.B. King performs) 4:00 NFL: Green Bay-Detroit 7:00 Man Called Sloane 8:00 NHL: Montreal-Winnipeg 11:00 The National 11:15 Provincial Affairs 11:20 News 11:45 Movie "The Silence" CHEX 12-CBC Peterborough 8:30 Crossroads 9:00 Circle Square 9:30 Jerry Falwell 10:30 Rocket Robin Hood 11:00 Harrigan 11:30 Spiderman noon Christmas is for Kids 12:30 Oceans Alive 1:00 George Hamilton IV 1:30 Dalliday Goes 2:00 Wow! "Little Women" 3:00 Cartoons 4:00 NFL: Green Bay-Detroit 7:00 Eight is Enough 8:00 NHL: Montreal-Winnipeg 11:00 The National 11:15 Provincial Affairs 11:20 News mid. Movie "The Great Escape" CKCO 13-CTV Kitchener relayed on 2 Georgian Bay (Wiarton) and 11 Muskokas (Huntsville, this tx now relays CTV from North Bay) 6:00 University of the Air 6:30 He Knows, She Knows 7:00 Willy & Floyd 7:30 Uncle Bobby 8:00 Circle Square 8:30 Tree House (CKCO produced this syndied show) 9:00 Oopsy (ditto IIRC) 9:30 Let's Go 10:00 Flower Spot 10:30 Untamed World 11:00 Last of the Wild 11:30 Open Roads (visiting an antique car tour and show in K-W) noon Red Fisher 12:30 NFL: NY Jets-Miami 3:30 CTV Wide World of Sports 5:00 Olympiad 6:00 Scan 6:30 Bowling for Dollars 7:00 BJ & the Bear 8:00 Movie "The Nativity"

10:00 Four Seasons 11:00 CTV National News 11:20 News mid. Movie "The Bridge" (bw) 2:00 Bionic Woman WOKR 13-ABC Rochester 7:30 America '79 8:00 Superfriends 9:00 Plastic-Man 11:00 Spider-Woman 11:30 Tom & Jerry noon ABC Weekend Special "The Revenge of Red Chief" 12:30 American Bandstand (guests Lauren Wood and Willie Aames) 1:30 Bowling 2:30 Movie "The Pleasure Seekers" 5:00 ABC Wide World of Sports 6:30 News 7:00 Family Feud 7:30 Muppet Show 8:00 Ropers 8:30 New Kind of Family 9:00 Love Boat 10:00 Fantasy Island 11:00 News 11:30 Movie "Sodom and Gomorrah" 2:25 ABC News 2:40 News WNED 17-PBS Buffalo 7:45 Weatheradio 8:00 Humanities Through the Arts 9:00 Sesame Street 10:00 Pace: Work in Society noon Making Things Grow 1:00 Antiques 1:30 Paint Along with Nancy Kaminsky 2:00 Nova (MIT physicist Phillip Morrison pays tribute to scientist Jacob Bronowski) 3:00 Until I Get Caught (Dick Cavett narrates a doc about drunk driving) 4:00 Lord Mountbatten: A Man for the Century (pt 4) 5:00 Masterpiece Theatre "Love for Lydia" (conclusion) 6:00 Camera Three (guests Werner Herzog and Klaus Kinski are interviews at the Telluride Film Festival) 6:30 Another Voice 7:00 Inside Albany 7:30 Agronsky & Company 8:00 Pro & Con 8:30 Marty Robbins' Spotlight 9:00 Movie "Jacques Brel is Alive and Well and Living in Paris" 11:00 Frontier (premiere of a series featuring Buffalo indie filmmakers and video artists) 11:30 Weatheradio CICA-TVO: 19 Toronto/28 London 8:30 Polka Dot Door 9:00 Jeremy 9:15 Hattytown Tales

9:30 Fish Tales 9:45 Math Patrol 10:00 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 10:30 Down to Earth 11:00 Ski Cross-Country 11:15 Check & Mate 11:30 Just Do It Yourself noon Championship Bridge 12:30 Pins & Needles 1:00 Media & Methods of the Artist 1:30 Men of Ideas (guest Prof. Ronald Dworkin from Oxford U in England) 2:30 Understanding Behavior in Organizations 3:00 Personal Spaces 3:30 Cope 4:00 Big Blue Marble 4:30 Sesame Street 5:30 Fables of the Green Forest 6:00 Polka Dot Door 6:30 Wild Animals of the World 7:00 Don't Ask Me 7:30 Doctor Who "Seeds of Doom" (pt 2/Tom Baker as the Doctor) 8:00 Saturday Night at the Movies (NFB tribute) 9:00 Conversation with Elwy Yost (NFB discussion with guests Colin Low, Tom Daly, Grant Munro, Claude Lamy, and Robin Spry) 9:45 Saturday Night at the Movies 10:15 Conversation with Elwy Yost 10:45 NFB "This is a Recorded Message" 1:00 NFB "Grierson" CBLFT 25-SRC Toronto relayed on 15 Belleville, 34 Penetanguishene, 44 Peterborough, 55 Barrie, and 76 Kitchener 8:00 Cours scolaires de l'Ontario (TVO) 9:00 Capitaine Caverne (Captain Caveman) 9:30 Le club des cinq (Famous Five) 10:00 Les heroes du samedi: racquetball, from Repentigny QC 11:00 Telejeans 11:30 La semaine Parlementaire a Ottawa 12:30 NFL: NY Jets-Miami 3:30 Defi 4:00 Animagerie 6:00 Noir sur blanc 7:00 Les faucheurs de marguerite 8:00 Cinema "Les detrousseurs" 10:30 Le Telejournal/Nouvelles du sport 11:00 La politique federale 11:10 Cinema "Scorpio" 1:15 Cinema "Un cave" WUTV 29-Ind Buffalo 10:15 News 10:30 Interview 11:00 Wrestling noon Big Blue Marble 12:30 Juke-Box 1:00 Garden State Bowl: Temple 28-California 17, at East Rutherford NJ (this bowl was held 197881)

4:00 Bonanza 5:00 Star Trek 6:00 Six Million Dollar Man 7:00 This is the NFL 7:30 NFL Game of the Week 9:00 Independence Bowl: Syracuse 31-McNeese State 7, at Shreveport 11:00 Rev. Willie Woods 11:30 Left, Right & Center mid. Niagara Frontier Now 12:30 Melting Pot 1:00 News CFMT 47-Ind/Ethnic Toronto 6:00 Canada You & Me (x2) 7:00 Children's Animation Festival (x4) 9:00 PTL Club 10:00 Pow Wow 10:30 Russian Magazine 11:00 Bulgarian Journal 11:30 Czechosolvak Spectrum noon Ukrainian Magazine 1:00 Sounds of Yugoslavia 1:30 Filipinesca 2:00 Portuguese Movie 4:00 World Class Soccer from Britain 5:00 World Class Soccer from Germany 6:00 German Carousel 7:00 Alpen Journal 7:30 Filipinesca Variety 8:00 Polish Panorama 9:00 Hungarian Magazine 10:00 Pan Ayres 10:30 Movie "Che!" 12:05 Movie "The High Command" (bw) CITY 79-Ind Toronto 6:00 (Marvel) Superheroes 8:00 Japanese Panorama 9:00 Sounds of the East 10:30 CityPulse News noon Into the Wishing Well 1:00 CityLights (guest Ed Evanko) 1:30 Gary Buck in Concert 2:30 You're Beautiful! (guest Dr. Harvey Silver) 3:00 Trouble with Tracy 3:30 Celebrity Revue (guest host Arthur Godfrey welcomes Shelley Berman, Nancy Nash, and Jeff Apaka) 4:00 Wrestling 5:00 Red Fisher 5:30 Towards the Year 2000 6:00 Sport City 6:30 Laurel & Hardy (bw) 7:00 CityLights (a hour-long interview with Farrah Fawcett) 8:00 Shulman File "Art: A Question of Taste and Value" 9:30 Sounds Good 10:00 Feel Like Dancin'

11:00 New Music (guests Billy Connolly, Rough Trade, and Tom Petty) mid. Movie "It's a Bikini World" Retro: New York City, Tuesday, December 14, 1948 Source, NY Times Channels/stations 2-WCBS-TV (CBS) 4-WNBT (NBC, now WNBC) 5-WABD (DuMont, now WNYW-Fox) 7-WJZ-TV (ABC, now WABC-TV) 11-WPIX (Ind, now CW) 13-WATV (Ind, now WNET-PBS) MORNING 7:00 5-News, Weather 7:15 5-Health Talk, Weather 7:45 5-Your School Reporter 8:00 5-News, Time, Weather 8:30 5-The Baby Sitter with Pat Meikle (children) 9:00 5-Morning Chapel 9:30 5-Amanda (songs); news, weather 10:00 5-Television Shopper 13-Test Pattern (to 5 PM) 10:30 5-Friendship Circle 11:00 5-Stan Shaw AFTERNOON 12:00 5-News, Weather 12:15 5-Ted Steele (talk, variety) 12:30 2-Program Preview; News, Music, Weather 12:45 2-Film Shorts 5-Weather, time 1:00 2-Vanity Fair with Dorothy Doan (talk) 5-Okay, Mother with Dennis James 1:30 5-News, including women's news 2:45

5-Phil Hanna's Spare Room 3:00 5-The Needle Shop (instruction) 3:15 5-Vincent Lopez Show (music) 3:30 5-Weather, Women's Club 4:00 5-And Everything Nice 4:15 5-News. Weather, Time 4:30 5-Wendy Barrie Show 5:00 5-Time, Weather 11-Comics on Parade 5:15 11-News; Pixie Playtime (children) 5:30 4-Howdy Doody with Buffalo Bob Smith (children) 5:50 11-Tawny L EVENING 6:00 4-Easy Does It (variety) 5-Small Fry Club with Bob Emery (children) 11-News; Six Gun Playhouse 6:15 2-Program Preview; Weather 6:30 2-Lucky Pup with Doris Brown (children) 4-Hobby Shop 5-Russ Hodges, sports 6:45 2-Bob Howard Show (music, variety) 5-Alan Dale Show (variety); Janie Ford, guest 7:00 2-Roar of the Rails (adventure, children) 4-Natural Treasures with Ivan Sanderson 5-Swing Into Sports 7-News and Views. with Walter Kiernan 11-News, Record Rendezvous 7:15 2-Film Shorts 7-Ship's Reporter 7:30 2-CBS News with Douglas Edwards 4-You Are An Artist with Jon Gnagy (instruction) 5-Camera Headlines (newsreel) 7-Child's World (children) 11-Newsreel 7:40 5-Telenews 11-Sports with Guy LeBow

7:45 2-Face the Music with Johnny Desmond (variety) 7-Film; Handicrafts of India (documentary) 7:50 4-Newsreel, with John Cameron Swayze 8:00 2-Film; Made For Each Other (romantic comedy, 1939), Jimmy Stewart, Carole Lombard 4-Texaco Star Theater with Milton Berle; Lauritz Melchior, guest 5-Film Shorts 7-Film; The Rink (comedy, silent, 1916), Charlie Chaplin 11-Film; Riot Squad (crime drama, 1941), Richard Cromwell, Rita Quigley 8:30 7-America's Town Meeting 9:00 2-We, The People 4-Mary Margaret McBride 5-Boxing from Park Arena 11-Newsreel 9:30 2-College Basketball; Long Island U. vs. Oklahoma A&M at Madison Square Garden 4-Wrestling from St. Nicholas Arena 11-Newsreel 11:00 2-Newsreel Retro: Montreal Wed, Dec 14, 1983 from TV Hebdo-Metropolitan edition CBFT 2-SRC Montreal 9:05 Fariboles 9:30 En mouvement 9:45 Les 100 tours de Centour 10:00 Passe-Partout 10:30 Felix et Ciboulette 10:45 Tape-Tambour 11:00 Les ateliers 11:30 Un animal, des animaux noon Premiere Edition 12:20 Telex-Arts 12:30 Allo Bou Bou 1:30 Au jour le jour 2:30 Le temps de vivre 4:00 Bobino 4:30 Au jeu (from Pepin School, Fabreville; part of Laval, a Montreal suburb) 5:00 Grizzly Adams 6:00 Ce soir 6:30 Avis de recherche 7:00 Du tac au tac 7:30 Le temps d'un paix 8:00 Coup d'oeil 8:30 Vivre a trois (Three's Company) 9:00 La taupe (pt 4) 10:00 Le Telejournal 10:25 Le Point 10:55 Meteo

11:00 Nouvelles du sport 11:10 Telex-Arts 11:15 Reflets d'un pays "Le moi de mai a l'Ile-aux-Grues" (observing geese on the island, located near Montmagny, east of Quebec City) 12:15 Cinema "Le cri du sorcier" (The Shout) WCAX 3-CBS Burlington 6:00 CBS Early Morning News 7:00 CBS Morning News 9:00 Hour Magazine (interview with Richard Simmons/depression in children/pet care) 10:00 $25,000 Pyramid 10:30 Press Your Luck 11:00 Price is Right noon The News 12:10 Across the Fence "Energy Conservation Tips" 12:30 Young & the Restless 1:30 As the World Turns 2:30 Capitol 3:00 Guiding Light 4:00 Alice 4:30 Waltons 5:30 Taxi 6:00 The News 7:00 CBS Evening News 7:30 Family Feud 8:00 Frosty the Snowman (pre-empts Whiz Kids) 8:30 'Twas the Night Before Christmas 9:00 CBS Wednesday Movie "Drop-Out Father" 11:00 The News 11:30 Soap mid. Hawaii Five-O WPTZ 5-NBC Plattsburgh 6:00 Morning Stretch 6:30 News 7:00 Today (part 3 of a 5-part interview with Mel Brooks and wife Anne Crawford; guest Blake Edwards) 9:00 Little House on the Prairie 10:00 Diff'rent Strokes 10:30 Sale of the Century 11:00 Wheel of Fortune 11:30 Dream House noon Bullwinkle 12:30 Search for Tomorrow 1:00 Days of Our Lives 2:00 Another World 3:00 Bugs, Porky, Scooby-Doo & the Superfriends Gang 4:30 Love Connection 5:00 People's Court 5:30 Entertainment Tonight 6:00 News 6:30 NBC Nightly News 7:00 Wheel of Fortune 7:30 M*A*S*H 8:00 Real People (a Santa for deaf youth/a 12-yr-old hero who saved a girl/a strange parade in Steamboat Springs CO (anyone have info on this Huh)/a chopper pilot for Santa/an elevator

operator with a unique way of celebrating Christmas)/visiting Santa's village in Cherokee NC) 9:00 Facts of Life "Second Time Around" 9:30 Family Ties "Christmas Carol" 10:00 St. Elsewhere "All About Eve" 11:00 News 11:30 Tonight Show (guests Donna Summer and Richard Harris) 12:30 Late Night with David Letterman (guests Peter O'Toole and Phoebe Snow) CBMT 6-CBC Montreal 8:55 Thought for Today 9:00 Good Morning 9:15 Wok with Yan 9:45 Friendly Giant 10:00 Stableboy's Christmas 10:30 Mr. Dressup 11:00 Sesame Street noon Midday News 12:10 Midday 12:30 Happy Days 1:00 All My Children 2:00 Take 30 2:30 Coronation Street (Canada's currently 10 months behind the UK) 3:00 Minder 4:00 Do It for Yourself 4:30 Going Great 5:00 Coming Attractions 5:30 Three's Company 6:00 Newswatch 7:00 Happy Days 7:30 Steppin' Out (guests Michel Rivard and Ranee Lee) 8:00 Raccoons & the Lost Star (pre-empts The Nature of Things) 9:00 Market Place 9:30 Front Page Challenge 10:00 The National 10:20 The Journal 11:00 The National Update 11:05 Newswatch 11:25 Barney Miller 11:55 CBC Late Night "The Strawberry Blonde" (bw) CHLT 7-TVA/Pathonic Sherbrooke 8:30 L'Animatheque 9:00 Premiere heure 10:30 Entre nous 11:30 Capitaine Cosmos noon Les petits bonshommes 12:15 Le Monde (Le Monde was the Pathonic station's title for local news; sister anglo station CKMI Quebec City used The World Today for their local news) 12:30 Cine-Quiz "Judith" (bw) 2:30 La petite maison dans la prairie (Little House on the Prairie) 3:30 Gronigo & cie 4:00 L'Animatheque 4:30 Daniel Boone 5:30 Tout un monde 6:00 Le Monde 7:00 Galaxie

7:29 La Quotidienne (Loto-Quebec) 7:30 Cine-Choix "Demons du midi" 9:30 Michel Jasmin 10:30 Nouvelles TVA 10:50 Le Monde 11:15 Bonjour la nuit 11:45 Kojak (1 day delay from CHEM/CFTM) CHEM 8-TVA/Pathonic Trois-Rivieres 8:30 L'Animatheque 9:00 Premiere heure 10:30 Entre nous 11:30 Rendez-vous 12:15 Le Monde 12:30 Cine-Quiz "Judith" (bw) 2:30 La petite maison dans la prairie (Little House on the Prairie) 3:30 Capitaine Cosmos 4:00 L'Animatheque 4:30 Daniel Boone 5:30 Tout un monde 6:00 Le Monde 7:00 Galaxie 7:29 La Quotidienne 7:30 Cine-Choix "Demons du midi" 9:30 Michel Jasmin 10:30 Nouvelles TVA 10:50 Le Monde 11:15 La couleur de temps 11:30 Mannix WMTW 8-ABC Mount Washington/Poland Spring 5:30 Jim Bakker 6:30 ABC World News This Morning 7:00 Good Morning America (conclusion of an interview with Meryl Streep and Cher; conclusion of a 2-part report on Christmas toys) 9:00 Movie "We Were Strangers" (bw) 10:30 Edge of Night 11:00 Benson 11:30 Loving noon Here's Lucy 12:30 Ryan's Hope 1:00 All My Children 2:00 One Life to Live 3:00 General Hospital 4:00 Charlie's Angels 5:00 Starsky & Hutch 6:00 TV8 News 6:30 ABC World News Tonight 7:00 Family Feud 7:30 Barney Miller 8:00 Fall Guy "License to Kill" (2 hrs/pre-empts Dynasty) 10:00 20/20 (profiling Menudo/Olympic commercialism; pre-empts Hotel) 11:00 TV8 News 11:30 ABC News Nightline 12:30 Thicke of the Night (guests Yaphet Kotto, Ross Bennett, and Leonard Maltin) 2:00 TV8 News

CJOH 8-CTV Cornwall 6:00 Morning Exercises 6:30 Canada AM 9:00 20 Minute Workout 9:30 Town & Country 10:00 Guess What 10:30 What's Cooking 11:00 Definition 11:30 Romper Room & Friends noon Flintstones 12:30 Young & the Restless 1:30 Margaret 2:00 Another World 3:00 Don Harron (guests Helen Hutchinson and Ted Shackleford) 4:00 Days of Our Lives 5:00 WKRP in Cincinnati 5:30 M*A*S*H 6:00 Newsline 7:00 Entertainment Tonight 7:30 Gimme a Break! "The Way to a Man's Heart" 8:00 Fall Guy "Pleasure Isle" 9:00 We Got It Made 9:30 Cheers 10:00 Hotel "Choices" 11:00 CTV National News 11:20 Nightline mid. Late Movie "Killer Fish" 2:00 Waltons CKSH 9-SRC Sherbrooke 8:00 Tele-Patrouille 8:45 Robin-Fusee (Rocket Robin Hood) 9:10 Fariboles 9:30 En mouvement 9:45 Les 100 tours de Centour 10:00 Passe-Partout 10:30 Felix et Ciboulette 10:45 Tape-Tambour 11:00 Les ateliers 11:30 Bonjour l'Estrie (Estrie is the short French name for the Eastern Townships) 12:25 A la ferme 12:30 Allo Bou Bou 1:30 Au jour le jour 2:30 Le temps de vivre 4:00 Bobino 4:30 Au jeu 5:00 Cinema de 5 heures "Capitaine sans loi" (Plymouth Adventure) 6:40 Le 9 vous informe 7:00 Du tac au tac 7:30 Le temps d'un paix 8:00 Country pop 8:30 Vivre a trois (Three's Company) 9:00 La taupe (pt 4) 10:00 Le Telejournal 10:25 Le Point

10:55 Meteo 11:00 Nouvelles du sport 11:10 Le 9 vous informe 11:20 Tele-Soleil 11:50 Cine-Soir "Les drakkars" (The Long Ships) CFTM 10-TVA Montreal 8:30 L'Animatheque 9:00 Premiere heure 10:30 Entre nous 11:30 Capitaine Cosmos noon Le 10 vous informe 12:30 Cine-Quiz "Judith" (bw) 2:30 La petite maison dans la prairie (Little House on the Prairie) 3:30 Gronigo & cie 4:00 L'Animatheque 4:30 Daniel Boone (CFTM ran a different set of episodes than the Pathonic network) 5:30 Tout un monde 6:00 Le 10 vous informe 7:00 Galaxie 7:29 La Quotidienne 7:30 Cine-Choix "Demons du midi" 9:30 Michel Jasmin 10:30 Nouvelles TVA 10:50 Le 10 vous informe 11:00 Sports 11:15 La couleur de temps 11:30 Mannix CFCF 12-CTV Montreal 6:00 Romper Room & Friends 6:30 Canada AM 9:00 Morning Exercises 9:30 Ralph Lockwood 10:00 Guess What 10:30 Rhoda 11:00 What's Cooking 11:30 Definition noon Flintstones 12:30 Pulse 12:30 1:00 Don Harron (Hutchinson/Shackleford) 2:00 Another World 3:00 General Hospital 4:00 Soap 4:30 Take a Break with Matthew Cope 4:35 Family Feud 5:00 Price is Right 6:00 Pulse 7:00 M*A*S*H 7:30 McGowan's World (profiling singer Claude Dubois/interview with figure skater Toller Cranston/making winter boots) 8:00 Fall Guy "Pleasure Isle" 9:00 St. Elsewhere "All About Eve" 10:00 Hotel "Choices" 11:00 CTV National News 11:20 Pulse

mid. Cinema 12 "Mr. Smith Goes to Washington" (bw) 2:35 Wayne Thomas Comedy Show CKTM 13-SRC Trois-Rivieres 8:10 Ces merveilleux surhommes 8:35 Fariboles 9:00 Avis de recherche 9:30 En mouvement (CKTM produced this program for the network) 9:45 Les 100 tours de Centour 10:00 Passe-Partout 10:30 Felix et Ciboulette 10:45 Tape-Tambour 11:00 Les ateliers 11:30 Bonjour 12:30 Allo Bou Bou 1:30 Au jour le jour 2:30 Le temps de vivre 4:00 Bobino 4:30 Au jeu 5:00 Cinema de 5 heures "Capitaine sans loi" (Plymouth Adventure) 6:40 Le 13 vous informe 7:00 Du tac au tac 7:30 Le temps d'un paix 8:00 Country pop 8:30 Vivre a trois (Three's Company) 9:00 La taupe (pt 4) 10:00 Le Telejournal 10:25 Le Point 10:55 Meteo 11:00 Nouvelles du sport 11:10 Le 13 vous informe 11:25 Cine-Soir "Venus au vision" ( Butterfield 8 ) CIVM 17-RQ Montreal 10:00 Le marche aux images 11:00 sign-off 1:30 Le marche aux images 2:30 Le Quebec au pluriel 3:30 Contre-jour 4:00 Retraite-Action 4:30 Planete 5:00 La Periode de Questions (National Assembly) 6:00 Passe-Partout 6:30 Teleservice 7:00 Pierre Nadeau rencontre 7:30 Nord-Sud 8:00 Droit de parole 9:00 Options 11:00 Pierre Nadeau rencontre 11:30 Teleservice WVNY 22-ABC Burlington 5:30 Jim Bakker 6:30 Jimmy Swaggart 7:00 Good Morning America 9:00 I Love Lucy (bw)

9:30 Honeymooners (bw) 10:00 Dick Van Dyke (bw) 10:30 Bewitched 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 GI Joe (pre-empts Flintstones) 4:30 Gilligan's Island 5:00 Happy Days 5:30 WKRP in Cincinnati 6:00 NewsCenter 22 6:30 ABC World News Tonight 7:00 Charlie's Angels 8:00 Fall Guy "License to Kill" (2 hrs) 10:00 20/20 11:00 NewsCenter 22 11:30 Benny Hill mid. 700 Club CICO 24-TVO Ottawa 8:00 Polka Dot Door 8:30 Chorlton & the Wheelies 8:45 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 9:15 Schools Programs 12:30 Half-a-Handy Hour 1:00 Schools Programs 4:30 Kidsworld 5:00 Sesame Street 6:00 Polka Dot Door 6:30 Adventures of the Little Prince 7:00 Wild World 7:30 Magic Shadows "The Kitchen" (pt 3/bw) 8:00 Realities "Does Philosophy Matter?" (part 1 of a discussion between Robert Fulford and author George Grant) 8:30 Movie Show 9:00 Visions: Artists & the Creative Process 10:00 TVO Academy on Computers in Education 10:30 Academy with Jack Livesley: On Computers 11:00 Question Period (either Ontario Legislature or federal House of Commons) WETK 33-PBS Burlington 7:45 AM Weather 8:00 Sesame Street 9:00 Instructional Programs 11:30 Focus on Society 12:30 Instructional Programs 2:30 Cross-Country Ski School 3:00 Debut 3:30 Lilias, Yoga & You 4:00 Sesame Street 5:00 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 5:30 Spaces

6:00 MacNeil-Lehrer NewsHour 7:00 Nightly Business Report 7:30 Guest of the House 8:00 In Performance at the White House (gospel concert from Shiloh Baptist Church in DC with Leontyne Price, the Howard University Choir, Kevette Cartledge, Lillias White, David Weatherspoon, Milt Grayson, and the Richard Smallwood Singers) 9:00 The Store (behind the scenes at Neiman-Marcus in Dallas) 11:00 Nightly Business Report 11:30 Late Showcase "The Best of Everything" 1:30 Crossroads WCFE 57-PBS Plattsburgh (57 had a Canadian address at Lacolle, near the US border) 6:30 Nightly Business Report 7:00 To Life! Yoga with Priscilla Patrick 7:15 AM Weather 7:30 Sesame Street 8:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 9:00 Instructional Programs noon Understanding Human Behavior 1:00 Instructional Programs 3:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 4:00 Sesame Street 5:00 Electric Company 5:30 Spaces 6:00 Mister Rogers Talks to Parents About Discipline 6:30 Nightly Business Report 7:00 MacNeil-Lehrer NewsHour 8:00 In Performance at the White House 9:00 The Store 11:00 Alfred Hitchcock Presents (bw) 11:30 LateNight America TVFQ 99-cable (delayed broadcasts of programs from France's TF1, A2, and FR3 networks) 9:30 L'ile aux enfants 9:50 L'academie des neuf 10:30 Atout coeur (guest Nicolas Peyrac/videos from The Police and Bonnie Tyler) 11:00 Des chiffres et des lettres 11:30 Aujourd'hui la vie 12:30 J'ai un secret (sounds like their version of I've Got a Secret) 1:00 The Dansant 1:35 Autour de... 2:00 L'aventure de la lumiere: l'impressionnisme 3:00 Les mercredis de l'information: La France noire 4:10 Le theatre de Bouvard 4:20 Actualites regionales 5:00 L'ile aux enfants 5:20 L'academie des neuf 6:00 Atout coeur (guests Nelly Lawrence, Chantal Goya, and Celine Dion) 6:30 Des chiffres et des lettres 7:00 Aujourd'hui la vie 8:00 J'ai un secret 8:30 The Dansant 9:00 Non tu n'as rien vu a Bergerac 9:30 L'aventure de la lumiere: l'impressionnisme 10:30 Indications 11:30 Le theatre de Bouvard

11:40 Actualites regionales WPTZ 5-NBC Plattsburgh noon Bullwinkle 12:30 Search for Tomorrow 1:00 Days of Our Lives 2:00 Another World 3:00 Bugs, Porky, Scooby-Doo & the Superfriends Gang 4:30 Love Connection Again, "Love Connection" - not the best show to put on right after an hour and a half of kiddie fare... It's bad enough they threw "Bullwinkle" in the middle of NBC's daytime lineup! Quote WVNY 22-ABC Burlington 6:00 NewsCenter 22 11:00 NewsCenter 22 Ah, WVNY... Back when they had news. Was Tabitha Soren working here at this time? Retro: Carolina-Tennessee Monday, December 14, 1970 From TV Guide, Carolina-Tennessee Edition: WSJK Ch. 2 Knoxville (Sneedville) (PBS) TV Guide does not say if Ch. 2 had in-school programs; I assume it did. Here's what is listed: 4 PM Sesame Street 5 PM Misterogers (Mister Rogers' Neighborhood) 5:30 Friendly Giant 5:45 This Week On Two 6 PM What's New 6:30 Film 7 PM Now See This (how to make holiday ornaments) 7:30 University Of Tennessee Presentations 8 PM World Press 9 PM Realities ("The Idea of North" looks at Northern Canada) 10 PM Book Beat 10:30 Flick Out (five short films on the American scene: "Old Glory," "Hell On Wheels," No Dominion," "National Flower Of Brooklyn" (the Brooklyn Bridge), "Vicious Cycles" (motorcycle cults)) WBTV Ch. 3 Charlotte (CBS) 6:30 Almanac 6:40 For The Kids 6:55 Local News 7 AM CBS News (John Hart) 7:30 Morning Report 8 AM Captain Kangaroo (Andy Williams is guest all week) 9 AM Real McCoys 9:30 Hazel 10 AM The Lucy Show 10:30 Beverly Hillbillies

11 AM Family Affair 11:30 Love Of Life 12 N Noon Report (Ty Boyd) 12:25 Pat Lee 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM Betty Feezor 1:30 As The World Turns 2 PM Love Is A Many Splendored Thing 2:30 Guiding Light 3 PM Secret Storm 3:30 Edge Of Night 4 PM Gomer Pyle, USMC 4:30 Star Trek 5:30 News (Doug Mayes) 6:30 CBS News (Walter Cronkite) 7 PM Movie: "The Proud Ones" 9 PM Mayberry R.F.D. 9:30 Doris Day (Denver Pyle plays Doris's dad) 10 PM Carol Burnett (Christmas show with Steve Lawrence, Julie Budd, and Durward Kirby) 11 PM News, Sports, Weather 11:25 Editorial 11:30 Merv Griffin (guests: Burt Reynolds and Brenda Vaccaro) WFBC (WYFF) Ch. 4 Greenville, SC (NBC) 6:30 North Carolina Wildlife 7 AM Today (folk singer Michael Cooney, author Giraud Chester, 16-year-old filmmaker Clark Bouwman) 9 AM Romper Room 9:30 He Said! She Said! (this show would later become "Tattletales"--guests are Dick Clark, Bert Convy (ironically), Hal Holbrook, E.J. Peaker, and spouses-Joe Garagiola hosts) 10 AM Dinah's Place (guests: Lou Rawls and his daughter LuAnne) 10:30 Concentration 11 AM Sale Of The Century 11:30 Hollywood Squares (Marty Allen, Jack Cassidy, Kathy Garver, Stu Gilliam, David Hartman, Karen Valentine, Rose Marie, Charley Weaver, Paul Lynde) 12 N Jeopardy! 12:30 Today In The Piedmont 1 PM Somerset (then called Another World/Somerset) 1:30 Words And Music (Wink Martindale hosts) 2 PM Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World (Another World/Bay City) 3:30 Bright Promise 4 PM Star Trek 5 PM Daniel Boone 6 PM News, Weather, Sports 6:30 NBC News (the three-anchor format) 7 PM Petticoat Junction 7:30 Red Skelton (guest: Telly Savalas)

8 PM Rowan And Martin's Laugh-In (guest: Debbie Reynolds) 9 PM NBC Movie: "The Psychiatrist: God Bless The Children" 11 PM News, Sports, Weather 11:30 Tonight Show (Dick Shawn subs for Johnny) 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 (Floyd Kalber) 1 PM News, Weather, Sports 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 Have Gun, Will Travel 5 PM Daniel Boone 6 PM News, Sports, Weather 6:30 NBC News 7 PM Klassroom Kwiz 7:30 Red Skelton 8 PM Rowan And Martin's Laugh-In 9 PM NBC Movie: "The Psychiatrist: God Bless The Children" 11 PM News, Sports, Weather 11:30 Tonight Show WATE Ch. 6 Knoxville (NBC) 6 AM Golden Gospel 7 AM Today 9 AM Virginia Graham (her talk-show followup to "Girl Talk") 9:30 Homemakers (Mary Starr) 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 Lost In Space 5 PM Mike Douglas (co-host Art Linkletter, Barbara Walters, Rosey Grier, the singing Primo Family) 6 PM News, Sports, Weather 6:30 NBC News 7 PM I Love Lucy 7:30 Red Skelton 8 PM Rowan And Martin's Laugh-In 9 PM NBC Movie: "The Psychiatrist: God Bless The Children" 11 PM News, Sports, Weather 11:30 Tonight Show WSPA Ch. 7 Spartanburg, SC (CBS) 6:10 Agriculture 6:25 Furman Tele-College 6:55 Meditation 7 AM CBS News 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Virginia Graham (singer Carmel Quinn, comedians Lohman and Barkley) 9:30 Nancy Welch (local women's show and one of the last of the breed, lasting into the '80s) 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 Divorce Court 1:30 As The World Turns 2 PM Love Is A Many Splendored Thing 2:30 Guiding Light 3 PM Secret Storm 3:30 Edge Of Night 4 PM Gomer Pyle, USMC 4:30 Gilligan's Island 5 PM McHale's Navy 5:30 Santa Claus Show 6 PM News, Sports, Weather 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Dick Van Dyke 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, Sports, Weather 11:30 Merv Griffin

WSOC Ch. 9 Charlotte (NBC) 6:45 On The House 7 AM Today 9 AM Mike Douglas (same as Ch. 6) 10:20 Fashions In Sewing 10:30 Concentration 11 AM Sale Of The Century 11:30 Hollywood Squares 12 N News (Jack Callaghan, later the station's g.m.) 12:30 Who, What Or Where 12:55 NBC News 1 PM Jeopardy! 1:30 Words And Music 2 PM Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 3:30 Flintstones 4 PM Gilligan's Island 4:30 Perry Mason 5:30 I Love Lucy 6 PM News, Sports, Weather 6:30 NBC News 7 PM Petticoat Junction 7:30 Red Skelton 8 PM Rowan And Martin's Laugh-In 9 PM NBC Movie: "The Psychiatrist: God Bless The Children" 11 PM News, Sports, Weather 11:30 Tonight Show WBIR Ch. 10 Knoxville (CBS) 5:30 Sunrise Semester: "Urban Man" 6 AM Farm And Home 7 AM CBS News 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 PM Wallene's World (local women's show) 9:30 Galloping Gourmet 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 To Tell The Truth (panel: Orson Bean, Kitty Carlisle, Peggy Cass, Bill Cullen) 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: "Chase A Crooked Shadow"

6 PM News, Sports, Weather 6:30 CBS News 7 PM To Tell The Truth (Ch. 10 didn't normally air this twice a day but "checkerboarded"--ran a different show each night--at 7 PM) 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, Sports, Weather 11:30 Movie: "When Willie Comes Marching Home" WJHL Ch. 11 Johnson City, TN (CBS) 6:35 News, Farm Report 6:40 First Call 7 AM CBS News 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Movie Game 9:30 He Said! She Said! 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 Kathryn Willis (women's 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 Gilligan's Island 5 PM Big Valley 6 PM News, Sports, Weather 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Truth Or Consequences 7:30 Gunsmoke 8:30 Here's Lucy 9 PM Mayberry R.F.D. 9:30 Doris Day 10 PM Carol Burnett 11 PM News, Sports, Weather 11:30 Merv Griffin WLOS Ch. 13 Asheville, NC (ABC) 6:30 Mr. Bill's Cartoons 7 AM News (Bill Norwood) 7:05 Mr. Bill's Cartoons continues 9 AM Movie: "Born Reckless" 10:30 Addams Family 11 AM A World Apart (delay from 12:30)

11:30 That Girl 12 N Bewitched 12:30 Movie Game 1 PM All My Children 1:30 Let's Make A Deal 2 PM Newlywed Game 2:30 Dating Game (guest: Rick Ely of ABC's "The Young Rebels") 3 PM General Hospital 3:30 Dark Shadows (delay from 4 PM--it would be nearly three more years before Ch. 13 picked up "One Life To Live" at 3:30) 4 PM Perry Mason 5 PM Flintstones 5:30 News, Weather, Sports, Editorial 6 PM ABC News (Howard K. Smith/Harry Reasoner) 6:30 Truth Or Consequences 7 PM To Tell The Truth (these two game shows would be Ch. 13's 7-8 PM block when the access rule kicked in in the fall of '71) 7:30 The Young Lawyers 8:30 The Silent Force 9 PM NFL Football: Lions-Los Angeles Rams 11:45 News (time approximate) 12:15 Laredo (time approximate) WHKY Ch. 14 Hickory, NC (Ind.) 12:50 Religion Today 1 PM Scope 1:30 Panorama 2 PM Movie Game 2:30 Movie: "The Call Of The Wild" 4:30 Dick's Rascals 5:30 Robin Hood 6 PM News, Weather, Sports 6:30 Peter Gunn 7 PM Upbeat 8 PM Movie: "Dark Waters" 10 PM News, Weather, Sports 10:20 TBA 11:30 Movie: "Hollow Triumph" WUNE Ch. 17 Linville, NC/WUNF Ch. 33 Asheville (PBS) 9 AM United States History 9:30 Physical Science 10 AM Sesame Street 11 AM World Cultures 11:30 Math News 11:45 Math 12 N Aspect (agriculture) 12:30 Mid-Day News 1 PM United States History 1:30 Physical Science 2 PM Ripples

2:15 Math 2:30 World Cultures 3 PM World Of Science 3:30 United States History 4 PM Kukla, Fran And Ollie 4:30 Misterogers 5 PM Sesame Street 6 PM What's New 6:30 Creative Drama 7 PM Evening Edition 7:30 North Carolina News Conference 8 PM World Press 9 PM Realities 10 PM The Masters (director-author Tyrone Guthrie, actress Maureen Halligan) 10:30 Flick Out WCCB Ch. 18 Charlotte (ABC) 7:55 Let's Think It Over 8 AM Film 8:30 Jack LaLanne 9 AM Romper Room 10 AM Fran Carlton (exercises) 10:30 News, Weather, Sports, Features 11 AM Galloping Gourmet 11:30 That Girl 12 N Bewitched 12:30 A World Apart 1 PM All My Children 1:30 Let's Make A Deal 2 PM Newlywed Game 2:30 Dating Game 3 PM General Hospital 3:30 One Life To Live 4 PM Dark Shadows 4:30 Love That Bob! 5 PM Sergeant Mills 6 PM ABC News 6:30 News, Weather, Sports 7 PM Munsters 7:30 The Young Lawyers 8:30 The Silent Force 9 PM NFL Football: Lions-Los Angeles Rams 11:45 Movie Game (time approximate) WKPT Ch. 19 Kingsport, TN (ABC) 10 AM Bozo 11 AM Galloping Gourmet 11:30 That Girl 12 N Bewitched 12:30 A World Apart 1 PM All My Children 1:30 Let's Make A Deal 2 PM Newlywed Game

2:30 Dating Game 3 PM General Hospital 3:30 One Life To Live 4 PM Dark Shadows 4:30 Voyage To The Bottom Of The Sea 5:30 News, Weather, Sports, Editorial 6 PM ABC News 6:30 Star Trek 7:30 Billy Graham Crusade (from the campus of LSU) 8:30 Arctic Adventure 9 PM NFL Football: Lions-Los Angeles Rams 12 M News (time approximate) 12:25 Editorial (time approximate) WTVK Ch. 26 (WVLT Ch. 8) Knoxville (ABC) 8:30 Jack LaLanne 9 AM Romper Room 10 AM Bozo 10:30 Dennis The Menace 11 AM Movie Game 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 Flintstones 5 PM Gilligan's Island 5:30 Hazel 6 PM ABC News 6:30 Movie: "The Strange Love Of Martha Ivers" 8:30 The Silent Force 9 PM NFL Football: Lions-Los Angeles Rams 11:45 Death Valley Days (time approximate) WNTV Ch. 29 Greenville, SC (PBS) 7:45 Sesame Street 8:45 In-school programs 4:30 What's New 5 PM Misterogers 5:30 Sesame Street 6:30 June Bugg (statewide kids' show) 7 PM TV High School 7:30 Book Beat 8 PM Making Things Grow 8:30 Jawan (Jawans are Indian soldiers who are asked if India can stop another Communist invasion.)

9:30 Nine 30 10 PM World Press WRET (WCNC) Ch. 36 Charlotte (Ind.) 11 AM Cartoon Carnival 12 N Where The Heart Is (pre-empted on Ch. 3) no listing given for 12:25, when CBS had news 12:30 Divorce Court 1 PM Movie: "The Devil And Miss Jones" 3 PM Popeye & Pals 3:30 Rocket Robin Hood 4 PM Eighth Man 4:30 Spiderman 5 PM Speed Racer 5:30 Dennis The Menace 6 PM Patty Duke 6:30 Addams Family 7 PM Voyage To The Bottom Of The Sea 8 PM Big Valley 9 PM Movie: "Alphaville" 11 PM Alfred Hitchcock Presents 11:30 Movie: "Belle Starr's Daughter" WAIM (WMYA) Ch. 40 Anderson, SC (ABC/CBS) 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Herald Of Truth 9:30 Ladies' Day 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 All My Children 1:30 Let's Make A Deal 2 PM Love Is A Many Splendored Thing 2:30 Guiding Light 3 PM Secret Storm 3:30 Edge Of Night 4 PM Gomer Pyle, USMC 4:30 Panorama 5 PM Compass 5:30 Herald Of Truth 6 PM ABC News 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Quest For Adventure 7:30 Gunsmoke 8:30 Here's Lucy 9 PM Mayberry R.F.D. 9:30 Doris Day 10 PM Carol Burnett sign off 11 PM

With the exception of Ch. 40, which also carried CBS, I don't think any of the ABC affiliates would have dared go head-to-head with CBS and NBC at 6:30 at that time. WLOS was particularly successful running ABC News at 6; they didn't move it to 6:30 until 1979, and for most of those years their 6:30 show was "The Andy Griffith Show." Given where WLOS is located, need I say more? Retro: Seattle/Bellingham Sat, Sept 11, 1976 from TV Guide-Western Washington State edition CBUT 2-CBC Vancouver 8:30 Peanuts & Popcorn "Paginini Strikes Again" 10:00 NFL: Minnesota-Miami 1:00 Dick Van Dyke 1:30 Primus 2:00 Movin' On 3:00 Curling Classic: Jack McDuff (St. John's) v Bruce Roberts (Hibbing MN) 4:00 Space: 1999 5:00 Hockey Night in Canada: Colorado-Vancouver (Jim Robson, Ted Reynolds, and Bill Good Jr. with the call) 7:30 Stay Tuned! 8:00 Andy (guest Jonathan Winters) 8:30 CBC News: Saturday Report 9:00 Movie "My Man Godfrey" (which CBC still runs from time to time on its late show Grin) 11:00 The National 11:15 Provincial Affairs 11:20 News 11:45 LaPierre (guests Zubin Mehta and France Castel) 12:15 Movie "They Came to Cordura" KOMO 4-ABC Seattle 7:00 Tom & Jerry/Mumbly 7:30 Jabberjaw 8:00 Scooby-Doo/Dynomutt 9:30 Krofft Supershow 10:30 College Football: Pioneer Bowl from Wichita Falls TX, Montana State beat Akron 24-13 for the NCAA Division II title 1:30 Superfriends 2:00 Junior Almost Anything Goes (coaches John Byner, William Shatner, and Anson Williams) 2:30 American Bandstand (guests Judy Collins and Jermaine Jackson) 3:30 Ara's Sports World (guest Sheila Young) 4:00 NFL Game of the Week 4:30 ABC Wide World of Sports: US-USSR Heavyweight Boxing Championships (Howard Cosell/George Foreman)/World Trophy Freestyle Skiing Championships (Bud Palmer) 6:00 NFL: LA Rams-Detroit 9:00 Lawrence Welk (singing Italian favorites) 10:00 Holmes & Yoyo 10:30 What's Happening!! 11:00 News 11:30 ABC News 11:45 Peter Marshall (guests Jessica Walter, George Gobel, and Starbuck) KING 5-NBC Seattle

7:00 Woody Woodpecker 7:30 Pink Panther 9:00 Speed Buggy 9:30 Monster Squad 10:00 Space Ghost/Frankenstein Jr. 10:30 Big John, Little John 11:00 Land of the Lost 11:30 Muggsy noon Survival 12:30 Grandstand: part 1 of a 2-part report on NFL losers and their frustrations; among those featured: Tampa Bay coach John McKay, the Seahawks' Mike Curtis, and Atlanta's Tommy Nobis 1:00 NFL: Pittsburgh-Houston 4:00 Super Bowl Highlights: Super Bowl IX (1972, Dallas 24-Miami 3 at New Orleans) 4:30 Explorers 5:00 Great American Game (Dean Petrich looks at King County's agricultural land) 5:30 News 6:00 NBC Nightly News 6:30 Kidsworld 7:00 Gong Show (celebrity guests Phyllis Diller, Clifton Davis, and Rip Taylor) 7:30 Wild Kingdom "Chase of the Onager" 8:00 Nature's Half Acre 8:40 Movie "Lt. Robin Crusoe, USN" 11:00 News 11:30 Saturday Night (host Candice Bergen, music from Frank Zappa" 1:00 Movie "The Innocents" (bw) CHEK 6-CBC/CTV Victoria 6:00 University of the Air (CHEK and BCTV were sister stations, simulcasting some programming) 6:30 Puckett's General Store 7:00 Travel '76 7:30 Art of Cooking 8:00 Circle Square 8:30 Joys of Collecting 9:00 Agape 9:30 Maturity: The Golden Years 10:00 Wrestling 11:00 McGowan & Compnay 11:30 Keith McColl noon Movie: TBA 1:30 Show Biz 2:00 Red Fisher 2:30 Country Way 3:00 Curling Classic: McDuff v Roberts 4:00 Space: 1999 5:00 HNIC: Colorado-Vancouver 8:00 Starsky & Hutch 9:00 Movie "Smash-Up on Interstate 5" 11:00 The National 11:15 Provincial Affairs 11:20 Movie "The Getaway" (CBS-both 7 and 12-aired it on their Wed night movie) 1:50 Movie "Francis of Assisi" (CHAN ran this and the following movie back-to-back Sunday at midnight) 4:05 Movie "Father Came Too" KIRO 7-CBS Seattle relays on 70 Port Angeles, 72 Everett, 78 Centralia/Chehalis, 78 Vashon Island/Des Moines, 79

Olympia, 79 Puyallup, and 80 Bremerton 6:30 Sunrise Semester "The Novel and Theater of Contemporary France" 7:00 Sylvester & Tweety 7:30 Clue Club 8:00 Bugs Bunny/Road Runner 9:00 Tarzan-Lord of the Jungle 9:30 NFL Today 10:00 NFL: Minnesota-Miami 1:00 Shazam!/Isis 2:00 Dialogue 2:30 Movie "Sail a Crooked Ship" (bw) 4:00 Famous Classic Tales "Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea" 5:00 Alice 5:30 News 6:00 CBS Evening News 6:30 Sonny & Cher (guests Andy Griffith and Twiggy) 7:30 Night Before Christmas 8:00 Mary Tyler Moore 8:30 Bob Newhart 9:00 All in the Family 9:30 $128,000 Question 10:00 Carol Burnett (guest Betty White) 11:00 Movie "On the Beach" (bw) 1:30 Mod Squad BCTV 8-CTV Vancouver (calls CHAN) 6:00 University of the Air 6:30 Puckett's General Store 7:00 Travel '76 7:30 Art of Cooking 8:00 Circle Square 8:30 Pete's Place 9:00 Kiddies on Kamera 9:30 Kidstuff 10:30 Let's Go 11:00 Dale Harney (Magic Palace, IIRC this was from CFAC Calgary-ATV ran the show in the Maritimes on Saturday afternoons) noon McGowan & Company 12:30 Keith McColl 1:00 Joys of Collecting 1:30 Journal International 2:00 Show Biz 2:30 Jeffersons 3:00 Wrestling 4:00 CTV Wide World of Sports: Junior Grand Prix and Prix des Provinces horse-jumping 6:00 Amazing Kreskin (guest Arlene Dahl) 6:30 Funny Farm (guests Barbara Mandrell and Rip Taylor) 7:00 Emergency! 8:00 Frosty the Snowman (which aired 6 days later on CBS-7 only, 12 ran a movie in the timeslot) 9:00 Movie "The Getaway" 11:30 CTV National News 11:50 News/Access 12:30 Movie "A Man for All Seasons" 3:00 Movie "The McKenzie Break" KCTS 9-PBS Seattle

8:00 Sesame Street 9:00 Once Upon a Classic "Heidi" (pt 3) 9:30 Zoom 10:00 Infinity Factory 10:30 Rebop 11:00 Carrascolendas 11:30 Sesame Street 12:30 Big Blue Marble 1:00 Forsyte Saga (14 hr marathon) KSTW 11-Ind Tacoma relayed on 2 North Seattle 7:30 Across the Fence 8:00 Big Blue Marble 8:30 Farm-City Forum 9:00 Lifestyle (discussing WSU's finances) 9:30 The Lesson 10:00 Hi Doug (guest Cathy Taylor) 10:30 Charisma 11:00 Wally's Workshop 11:30 Garner Ted Armstrong noon Movie "Fluffy" 2:00 Movie "Spooks Run Wild" (bw) 3:45 Our Gang (bw) 4:00 Outer Limits (bw) 5:00 Twilight Zone (x2/bw; William Shatner guest stars in part 1) 6:00 Star Trek 7:00 Hee Haw (guests Larry Gatlin, and the Statler Brothers) 8:00 Dolly (guest Rod McKuen) 8:30 Pop! Goes the Country (guests Donna Fargo and Johnny Paycheck) 9:00 Music Hall America (host Tom T. Hall welcomes Barbara Mandrell, Jody Miller, Ronnie Milsap, Rex Allen Jr., and Rip Taylor...one of these things is not like the other:D) 10:00 Star Trek 11:00 Route 66 (bw) mid. Big Valley (bw) KVOS 12-CBS Bellingham 6:05 With This Ring 6:20 Anchor 6:50 News 7:00 Frisky Frolics 8:00 Sylvester & Tweety 8:30 Wacky Races 9:00 Dastardly & Muttley 9:30 NFL Today 10:00 NFL: Minnesota-Miami 1:00 Shazam!/Isis 2:00 Ark II 2:30 Outlook 3:00 Channel 12 News Conference 3:30 Funorama 4:30 CBS Sports Spectacular: a boxing double-header from Vegas...in bout 1, it's a 10 round heavyweight tilt between Earnie Shavers (53-5-1, 51 KO with 20 in Round 1) and Roy Williams (215); while bout 2 features a 10-round light-heavy rematch between Mike Rossman (27-3-2) and Mike Quarry (58-7-1) (Quarry won a split decision in their last fight) 6:00 CBS Evening News

6:30 Channel 12 Special: sculptor Avard Faribanks creates a bust of Thomas Jefferson while taking about both Jefferson and sculpting 7:00 Wild, Wild World of Animals 7:30 $128,000 Question 8:00 Candid Camera 8:30 Bob Newhart 9:00 All in the Family 9:30 Alice 10:00 Carol Burnett 11:00 Movie "The Unfaithful Wife" KCPQ 13-PBS Tacoma relayed on 4 Vancouver WA, 70 Longview/Kelso, 72 Olympia, and 83 Centralia/Chehalis 4:30pm Consultation 5:00 Community Express 5:30 Once Upon a Classic "Heidi" (pt 3) 6:00 Rebop 6:30 Black Perspective on the News 7:00 Nova "Inside the Shark" 8:00 KCPQ Membership Drive 8:05 Adams Chronicles (pt 12) 9:05 KCPQ Membership Drive 9:10 Lure of the Dolphins 10:05 Legend of Rudolph Valentino 10:50 KCPQ Membership Drive 11:00 Portland Wrestling (yep, you read that right...a PBS station airing rasslin' Cheesy) KTPS 62-PBS Tacoma 6pm Guppies to Groupers 6:30 Washington Week in Review 7:00 Rebop 7:30 Once Upon a Classic "Heidi" (pt 4) 8:00 The Way It Was: 1940 NFL Championship (Chicago-Washington) 8:30 National Geographic "Treasure!" 9:30 Nepal: Where the Gods are Young 10:00 Woman Retro: Southern Ontario Fri, Dec 12, 1975 from Toronto Star 2 WGR-NBC Buffalo 3 CKVR-CBC Barrie 4 WBEN-CBS Buffalo 5 CBLT-CBC Toronto 6-22 CKGN-Global Toronto 7 WKBW-ABC Buffalo 8 CKNX-CBC Wingham 8* WROC-NBC Rochester 9 CFTO-CTV Toronto 10 CFPL-CBC London 10* WHEC-CBS Rochester 11 CHCH-Ind Hamilton 12 CHEX-CBC Peterborough 13 CKCO-CTV Kitchener

13* WOKR-ABC Rochester 17 WNED-PBS Buffalo 19 CICA-OECA Toronto 25 CBLFT-SRC Toronto 29 WUTV-Ind Buffalo 79 CITY-Ind Toronto Morning 6:00 9-13 University of the Air "Solar System: Origin and Faith" 11 Hilarious House of Frightenstein 6:25 7 Window on the World 6:30 2 Not for Women Only 4-10* Sunrise Semester "Anthropology of the Middle East and North Africa" 9 Cartoon Playhouse 13 Trouble with Tracy 13* Romper Room 79 Money Game 7:00 2-8* Today 3 Daybeat 4 Captain Kangaroo 7 Rocketship 7 9-13 Canada AM 10* Eddie Meath 11 A Special Place 13* Good Morning America 79 Greek Show 7:30 17 Maggie & the Beautiful Machine 29 Lone Ranger 79 Portuguese Show 8:00 3-5-8-10-11-12-19 Ontario Schools: Polka Dot Door/Magic Roundabout/Le jardin des sensations 4 CBS Morning News 17 Hathayoga 29 Rifleman 79 Italianissimo 8:30 9 Toronto Today 13 Romper Room 17 International Animation Festival 29 Laurel & Hardy 8:45 3-5-8-10-12 Friendly Giant 11-19 University of the Air "Accounting"

8:50 17 Sesame Street 8:55 7 Dialing for Dollars/You Don't Say 9:00 2 Dinah! 3-5-8-10-12 Mon Ami 4 Contact 8* My Partner the Ghost 9-13 Kareen's Yoga 10* Captain Kangaroo 13* AM Rochester 29 Cartoons 79 Cinelotto 9:15 3-5-8-10-11-12-19 Ontario Schools: Report Metric/Animal Kingdom/Man Builds, Man Destroys 9:30 4 Love, American Style 9 Romper Room 13 Joyce Davidson 79 World of the Unexplained 9:45 25 En mouvement 10:00 2-8* Celebrity Sweepstakes 3-5-8-10-12 Canadian Schools: What's New? 4-9-10* Price is Right 7 Phil Donahue 11 Roman Life 13 It's Your Move 13* Mike Douglas 17 Educational Programs 19 Electric Company 25 Clak 29 Niagara Frontier 79 CITY Show 10:15 25 Au jardin de Pierrot 10:30 2-8* Wheel of Fortune (listed as an hour) 3-5-8-10-12 Mr. Dressup 11 A la rencontre des maitres peintres 13 Galloping Gourmet 19 Outreach Ontario 25 Conseil-Express 29 It's a New Day 10:45

11 Histoire des civilisations 10:50 19 Histoire des civilisations 11:00 3-5-8-10-12 Sesame Street 4-10* Gambit 7 Edge of Night 9 Art of Cooking 11 Galloping Gourmet 13 Betty & Friends 19 L'atelier des pissenlits 25 Les recettes de Juliette 29 The Bible 79 News 11:15 25 Oum, le dauphin blanc (Zoom the White Dolphin) 11:30 2-8* Hollywood Squares 4 Young & the Restless 7-13* Happy Days 9 It's Your Move 10* Love of Life 11 I Saw That 13 Horoscope Dollars 19 How! 25 Les animaux chez eux 29 700 Club 79 CITY Classified/News for the Deaf 11:45 19 Fingerbobs Afternoon noon 2-8* High Rollers 3 Leave It to Beaver 4-7-12 News 5 Bob McLean (news at 12:55) 6-22 Canadian Cavalcade 8-10-13 Cartoons 9 Cartoons/Uncle Bobby 10* Young & the Restless 11 Midday 13* Showoffs 19 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 25 Mini-Fee 79 CITYLights (guest Louise Fletcher) 12:30 2-8* Magnificent Marble Machine 3 Yogi Bear 4-10* Search for Tomorrow

6-8-10-22 News 7-13* All My Children 12 Party Game 13 Price is Right 19 Magee & Company 25 Les Coqueluches 79 Cartoons 12:35 9 Flintstones 12:45 8 Movie "The Norliss Tapes" 10 Movie "A Gathering of Eagles" 19 Communique 1:00 2 Magazine 3 Daybeat 4 Concentration 5 In Touch 7-13* Ryan's Hope 8* News 9 Dick Van Dyke 10* Tattletales 11 Double Exposure 12 Marcus Welby, MD 13 Match Game 17 Electric Company 19 Elements of Technology 29 Movie "Paratroop Command" 79 Speak Easy 1:20 19 Aventures de Dorpp 1:30 2-8*-11 Days of Our Lives 4-10* As the World Turns 5 Crown Court 6-22 Let's Go 7-13* Let's Make a Deal 9 Joyce Davidson (guest Dominique LaPierre) 13 Definition 17 Educational Programs 19 Report Metric 25 Le Telejournal/Femme d'aujourd'hui 1:45 19 Cucumber 2:00 5 All in the Family 6-22 Horoscope Fortune Bingo 7-13* $10,000 Pyramid 9-13 Celebrity Dominoes

12 Marie Callaghan 79 Strange Paradise 2:15 8 Howie Meeker 19 In Many Houses 2:30 2-8*-11 Doctors 3-5-8-10-12 Edge of Night 4-6-10*-22 Guiding Light 7-13* Rhyme & Reason 9-13 What's the Good Word? 19 Explorations in Shakespeare 25 Cinema "Laurel et Hardy au Far-West" 79 Bold Ones 3:00 2-8*-9-13 Another World 3-5-8-10 Take 30 4-10* All in the Family 6-22 Rimstead! 7-11-13* General Hospital 10 CITYLights 17 Guppies to Groupers 19 Les affaires...mes affaires 29 Cartoons 3:30 3-5-8-10-12 Celebrity Cooks 4-10*-79 Match Game 6-22 Pink Panther 7 Commander Tom (includes Dennis the Menace and Leave It to Beaver) 11 Young & the Restless 13* One Life to Live 17 Villa Alegre 19 Ascent of Man 29 Hilarious House of Frightenstein (syndied US version, which added a laugh track) 4:00 2 Movie "That's My Boy" 3 Moira Hunt 4-79 Tattletales 5-8-12 Forest Rangers 6-22 Gilligan's Island 8*-29 Mickey Mouse Club 9 Lucy Show 10 Take 30 10*-13 Flintstones 11 Dinah! 13* Dark Shadows 17 Sesame Street 25 Bobino 4:30 3-5-8-10-12 Coming Up Rosie

4 Adam-12 6-22 Monkees 7-79 Mike Douglas (co-host Petula Clark/guests Marilyn Michaels and Edgar Winter, plus a hula hoop demonstration) 8* Lucy Show 9-13 Brady Bunch 10* Courtship of Eddie's Father 13* Merv Griffin 19 Electric Company 25 Bidule de tarmacadam 29 Gilligan's Island 5:00 3 Truth or Consequences 4 Family Doctor 5 Flaxton Boys 6-22 Hogan's Heroes 8 Phil Silvers 8*-12 Family Affair 9-13 Ironside 10 Partridge Family 10* Bonanza 11 Swiss Family Robinson 17 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 19 Sesame Street 25 Daktari 29 That Girl 5:30 3 News/Sports 5-8-12 Partridge Family 6-22 That Girl 8* Hogan's Heroes 10 I Love Lucy 13* Beverly Hillbillies 17 Electric Company 29 Family Affair Evening 6:00 2-4-5-6-7-8-8*-10-10*-11-12-13-13*-22 News 3 Movie "Tarzan and the Amazons" 9 Definition 17 Vegetable Soup 19 Polka Dot Door 25 Ce soir 29 Bonanza 79 FBI 6:30 2-8* NBC Nightly News 6-22 Adam-12 7-13* ABC Evening News 8 Truth or Consequences 9 News 10* CBS Evening News

11 Party Game 12 Space: 1999 13 My Three Sons 17 TBA 19 Magee & Company 6:45 19 Communique 7:00 2-13* Bowling for Dollars 4 CBS Evening News 5 In Good Company 6-22 Odd Couple 7 To Tell the Truth 8 Space: 1999 8* Adam-12 9-13 Sanford & Son 10 Medical Centre 10* Brady Bunch 11 Doc 19 Magic Shadows "The Count of Monte Cristo" (conclusion) 25 Les Pierrafeu (Flintstones) 29 Phil Silvers 79 Groucho 7:30 2 Match Game 3 Reach for the Top 4 Strikes, Spares & Misses 5 Howie Meeker's Hockey School 6-22 Mobile One 7 Name That Tune 8* Dragnet 9-13 Celebrity Dominoes 10* Bewitched 11 Ben Wicks 12 Bob Newhart 13* $25,000 Pyramid 17 Martin Agronsky 19 Education of Mike McManus (guests Joan and Norman Johnson, Canadian missionaries who spent 8 months in Vietnamese prison camps) 25 Marcus Welby, MD 29 Hogan's Heroes 79 CITYLights (Fletcher interview repeat) 7:45 5 Mr. Chips 8:00 2-8* Sanford & Son 3-5-8-10-12 Mary Tyler Moore 4-10* Dr. Seuss' How the Grinch Stole Christmas 7-13* Movie "The Guns of Navarone" 9 Movie "Pufnstuf" 11 Ann-Margret Special (guests the Osmonds)

13 Movie "Sarah T...Portrait of a Teenage Alcoholic" 17 Washington Week in Review 19 Experience of Music 29 Star Trek 79 Money Game 8:30 2-8* Hallmark Hall of Fame "The Rivalry" 3-5-8-10-12 M*A*S*H 4-10* Frosty the Snowman 6-22 Movie "The Merry World of Leopold Z" 17 Wall Street Week 25 Hors serie "Le renard a l'anneau d'or" 9:00 3-5-8-10-12 Wayne & Shuster Comedy Special (Johnny and Frank spoof women's lib and British TV family sagas) 4-10* Movie "The Homecoming" (pilot for the Waltons) 11 Police Woman 17 Masterpiece Theatre "Notorious Woman" (pt 1) 19 Globe Theatre "Fall of Eagles" (pt 13) 29 Movie "Horrors of the Black Museum" 9:30 25 Science-Realite 79 News 10:00 2-5-8-8*-12 Police Story 3 Starsky & Hutch 6-22 News 9-13 Switch 10 Hawaii Five-O 11 Country Way (guest Darlene Madill) 19 Explorations in Shaw "Maintenance and the Family Court" 25 Dossiers 79 Movie "Three on a Couch" 10:10 17 Monty Python's Flying Circus 10:30 11 Ein Prosit 17 Education of Mike McManus (r) 25 Le Telejournal/Nouvelles du Sport 10:45 29 News 10:50 17 Dave Allen at Large 11:00 2-4-7-8*-10*-13* News 3-5-8-10-12 The National/Local News 6-22 Rimstead!

9-13 CTV National News/Local News 19 Nightmusic 25 Cinema "Repulsion" 29 Dragnet 11:30 2-8* Tonight Show 4 Merv Griffin (guests James A. Michener, James Jones, Irwin Shaw, and Robert Nathan) 6-22 Movie "Wives and Lovers" 7 Movie "Compulsion" 10* Movie "Miracle on 34th Street" 11 Larry Solway (guest Stompin' Tom Connors) 13* Wide World of Entertainment 29 Ironside 11:45 8 Merv Griffin 10 Movie "For a Few Dollars More" 11:50 12 Movie "Planet of the Apes" Late Night midnight 3 Movie "Sunset Boulevard" 5 Movie "Edison the Man" 9 Movie "Fire Down Below" 11 Movie "A Patch of Blue" 13 Movie "A Town Called Hell" 79 Stanley Baster 12:30 25 Cinema "Qui perd gagne" 1:00 2-8* Midnight Special 4 Wide World of Entertainment 19 Magee & Company 1:15 8 Movie "The Battle of the Villa Fiorta" 1:45 5 Movie "The Story of Alexander Graham Bell" 2:00 3 Movie "Passport to China" 9 Movie "Love Has Many Faces" 2:05 11 Movie "Maroc 7" 3:30 3 Movie "The Whole Truth" 3:55

11 Merv Griffin Retro:Cleveland-Akron-Youngstown Monday December 21, 1953 TV Guide:Lake Erie Edition Channels: 4 WNBK Cleveland NBC 5 WEWS Cleveland CBS 8 WXEL Cleveland DuMont/ABC 27 WKBN Youngstown CBS/DuMont/ABC 49 WAKR Akron ABC 73 WFMJ Youngstown NBC Morning 7AM 4 73 Today 8AM 5 News 8:05 5 On Wings Of Song 8:30 5 Beauty For You-Exercise 8:45 5 News Bulletins 8:50 5 Beauty For You-Paige Palmer 9AM 4 Captain Glenn-Glen Rowell 5 Mixing Bowl-Van Cleve 8 Movie-Kiss Of Araby 73 Pictorial Parade 9:25 4 Ohio Today-Tom Haley 9:30 4 Idea Shop-Mildred/Gloria 5 Television I.Q. 9:55 4 Ohio Today-Tom Haley 10AM 4 73 Ding Dong School 5 Arthur Godfrey Time 10:30

4 73 Glamor Girl-Jack McCoy "Lucky Girl gets Beauty overhaul" (Not unlike today's "makeover" shows) 8 Charming Children-Marjore Harm TV Kindergarten 11AM 4 73 Hawkins Falls-serial 8 Alice Weston-cooking 27 Morning Movie-Feature 11:15 4 73 Three Steps to Heaven-serial 11:30 4 73 The Bennetts-serial 5 Strike It Rich 8 Movie-Warren Case 11:45 4 73 Follow Your Heart-serial Afternoon 4 73 Bride And Groom 5 Valiant Lady 12:15 4 Haley's Daily 5 27 Love Of Life 73 Noontime Comics 12:30 4 73 Maggi Byrne-Fashion 5 27 Search For Tomorrow 8 Rena And Bob-TV Shop "Viewers Buy and Sell On TV" 12:45 5 Guiding Light 27 73 News 1PM 4 Movie-Westward Ho 5 Women's Window-Ethel Jackson 8 Movie-Scarlet Clue (Charlie Chan) 27 Home Cooking-Marion Resch 73 Movie-My Son The Hero 1:30 5 Garry Moore-Guests Roger Price{Known for "Droodles") and Denise Lor 27 Feature Matinee-Movie 2PM 5 Double Or Nothing 2:15

4 Joe Portaro-Fashion 73 Fashion Sketchbook 2:30 4 Nancy Dixon-Shopping 5 Art Linkletter 73 Kitchen Corner-Mariner 2:40 8 You are what You eat 2:45 4 Chef Lorenzo-cooking 8 All For You-Alice Weston 3PM 4 73 Kate Smith 5 Big Payoff 8 Maggi Wulff-Club News 27 Paul Dixon-DuMont 3:30 5 Bob Crosby 8 27 Paul Dixon-DuMont 4PM 4 73 Welcome Travelers 5 Dinner Platter-Bob Dale 8 49 Turn To A Friend-Dennis James-ABC 27 Action In The Afternoon Live Action western series from Philadelphia-CBS 4:30 4 73 On Your Account-Win Elliott 8 King Jack's Toy Box 27 49 Ern Westmore show-ABC 5PM 4 Atom Squad 5 News 8 73 Santa Claus (two different local shows) 27 Movie-Western 49 Hinky Dinks-Game 5:30 4 73 Howdy Doody 5 Movie-Where Trail Ends 8 Desert Deputy-Western (various serial westerns) 49 Corral Time-Western Evening 6PM 4 Superman-George Reeves 27 Adventure Time 73 News/Weather

6:10 8 Bob Rowley-News 27 Humbard Family-Religion 73 Viz Quiz-Film 6:20 8 Al Rosen-Sports 73 Eddie Lane-Sports 6:30 4 Tom Manning-Sports 5 Dorothy Fuldheim 8 TV Weatherman 27 News Today 49 Tootsie Hippodrome-ABC 73 Film Fare 6:40 4 Weather Factory-Puppets 8 Les Paul/Mary Ford 27 News At Home 6:45 4 Tom Field-News 5 Lee Sullivan-Variety 8 Home with the Grahams 27 Don Gardner-Sports 6:55 5 Johnny Price-Weather 27 Weather 7PM 4 Dangerous Assignment-Syndicated 5 Twenty Fingers-Piano 8 27 Captain Video-DuMont 49 News 73 it Happened Here-History 7:15 5 Art Linkletter-Kids 8 News Parade-Lang/Dudley 27 Rambling Reporter-News 49 Kenny Nichols-Quiz 73 Film Short 7:30 4 Arthur Murray 5 27 CBS News-Douglas Edwards 8 49 Jamie-ABC 7:45 4 73 NBC News-John Cameron Swayze 5 Perry Como 27 The Pastor-Religion

8PM 4 73 Name That Tune 5 Burns And Allen 8 Twenty Questions-DuMont 49 You Asked For It-ABC 8:30 4 73 The Voice Of Firestone 5 Talent Scouts 8 The Big Issue-ABC 27 Of Many Things-Discussion 49 Teen WHO Club 9PM 4 73 Dennis Day 5 I Love Lucy 8 Lingo-word game 49 Junior Press Conference-ABC 9:15 8 Bible Forum 9:30 4 73 Robert Montgomery Presents 5 27 Masquerade Party 8 This Is The Life-ABC 49 Why The Chimes Rang 10PM 5 27 Studio One "Cinderella '53" 8 Carling Boxing=DuMont Bob Baker/Clarence Henry-Heavyweight bout 49 Mystery Theater 10:30 4 73 Badge 714-Dragnet Reruns 49 Akron Bar Association 10:45 8 Ringside Interviews 11PM 4 Tom Field-News 5 73 Polka Revue 8 27 Warren Guthrie-Your Sohio Reporter 49 News/Sports/Weather 11:05 4 Ken Coleman-Sports 11:10 4 Joe Finan-Weather 8 Ted Malone-Today's Top Story 27 Sid Davis-News

11:15 4 Movie-Mississippi Rhythm 8 John Fitzgerald-Sports 11:20 8 Movie-"Fear" 27 Movie-TBA 12:00 Midnight 5 News 73 News 12:05 5 Movie-Cheating Blondes 12:15 4 News 12:30 27 News Retro: Central Florida Monday, December 9, 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 (author J.P. Donleavy discusses his new book "The Beastly Beatitudes Of Balthazar B"; music critic Robert Shelton discusses his picture book of folk singers; Hugh Downs hosts) 9 AM Hazel 9:30 Dennis The Menace 10 AM Snap Judgment (guests: Nipsey Russell, Kitty Carlisle) 10:25 NBC News (Nancy Dickerson) 10:30 Concentration 11 AM Personality (James Mason, Peggy Cass, Vikki Carr; on film: George Jessel) 11:30 Hollywood Squares (Kaye Ballard, Wally Cox, Abby Dalton, Connie Hines, Arte Johnson, Tom Kennedy, Jan Murray, Soupy Sales, Charley Weaver) 12 N Jeopardy! 12:30 Eye Guess 12:55 NBC News (Edwin Newman) 1 PM News, Sports, Weather, Market Report, Editorial (Ch. 2 was the only network affiliate in this edition still airing its local news in black and white.) 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! (Rosemary Clooney, Ross Martin) 4 PM Mike Douglas (co-host Cliff Robertson, TV Guide movie critic Judith Crist, the Clancy Brothers and Tommy Makem, Soupy

Sales, singer Jeannie Brittan) 5:30 Newscope 6 PM News, Weather, Sports 6:30 Huntley-Brinkley Report 7 PM Zane Grey Theater 7:30 I Dream Of Jeannie 8 PM The Supremes And The Temptations (pre-empts "Laugh-In") 9 PM NBC Movie: "Kid Galahad" (one of Elvis' better ones) 11 PM News, Sports, Weather 11:30 Tonight Show (no details given, but Johnny is no doubt off) WEDU Ch. 3 Tampa (NET) 8:50 In-school programs 3:15 Humanities 3:45 Sew Easy 4:45 Friendly Giant 5 PM What's New 5:30 Misterogers (at the time the title for "Mister Rogers' Neighborhood") 6 PM Social Security In Action 6:15 Travel Film 6:30 Humanities 7 PM What's New 7:30 Studio J.C. 8 PM Folk Guitar Plus (Laura Weber) 8:30 Third Eye (guest: former St. Petersburg mayor Herman W. Goldner) 9 PM Black Journal 10 PM Art And Man: "Germany: The Obsession With Death" sign off 11 PM WDBO (WKMG) Ch. 6 Orlando (CBS) 6:10 News, Weather 6:15 Sunshine Almanac 6:30 Sunrise Semester: "English Literature" 7 AM News 7:05 CBS News (Joseph Benti) 7:30 Leave It To Beaver 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Romper Room 9:30 Merv Griffin (Gore Vidal, Peter Fonda, comedy writer Jack Douglas and his wife Reiko, Ray Stevens, the Impressions) 10:30 Beverly Hillbillies 11 AM Andy Griffith 11:30 Dick Van Dyke 12 N Love Of Life 12:25 CBS News (Joseph Benti) 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM Girl Talk (Virginia Graham) 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: Dr. Joyce Brothers) 4:25 CBS News (Douglas Edwards) 4:30 Flintstones 5 PM Gilligan's Island 5:30 Truth Or Consequences 6 PM News, Sports, Weather 6:30 CBS News (Walter Cronkite) 7 PM The Good Guys (Bob Denver, Herb Edelman, delay from Wed 8:30) 7:30 Gunsmoke 8:30 Here's Lucy (guest: Van Johnson) 9 PM Mayberry R.F.D. 9:30 Family Affair 10 PM Carol Burnett (guests: Imogene Coca, Vic Damone) 11 PM News, Sports, Weather 11:30 Movie: "Come Fill The Cup" WFLA Ch. 8 Tampa (NBC) 6:30 RFD Florida 7 AM Today 9 AM Steve Allen (guests: Stephen Boyd, singer Bob Carroll, Jayne Meadows) 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 Hazel 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 3:30 You Don't Say! 4 PM Match Game (guests: Robert and Alan Alda) 4:25 NBC News (Floyd Kalber) 4:30 Merv Griffin (same as Ch. 6, with the addition of choreographer Agnes DeMille) 6 PM News, Sports, Weather 6:30 Huntley-Brinkley Report 7 PM Julia (delay from Tue 8:30, Groucho Marx makes a brief appearance) 7:30 I Dream Of Jeannie 8 PM The Supremes And The Temptations 9 PM Movie: "Untamed" 11 PM News, Sports, Weather 11:30 Tonight Show WFTV Ch. 9 Orlando (ABC) 6:55 News 7 AM New Casper Cartoon Show (delay from Sat 9 AM, not in color) 7:30 The Beatles (delay from Sun 9:30 AM, not in color)

8 AM Robin Hood 8:30 Fran Carlton (exercises) 9 AM Dream House (delay from 1 PM, not in color) 9:30 One Life To Live (delay from 3:30 PM, not in color) 10 AM Dark Shadows (delay from 4 PM, is in color) 10:30 Dick Cavett (actress Margaret Hamilton, etiquette specialist Elinor Ames, Henry Borovik of Russia's Pravda) 12 N Bewitched 12:30 Tom Hallick (local, he later moved to LA) 1:30 Funny You Should Ask (Steve Allen, Jayne Meadows, Michael Landon, Jan Murray) 1:55 Children's Doctor 2 PM Newlywed Game 2:30 Dating Game 3 PM General Hospital 3:30 Movie: "The Blue Bird" (Shirley Temple) 5:30 News, Sports, Weather 5:55 Editorial (Ray Ruester) 6 PM ABC News (Frank Reynolds) 6:30 Of Lands And Seas (first of two shows from France) 7:30 The Avengers 8:30 Peyton Place 9 PM The Road To Gettysburg (pre-empts "The Outcasts") 10 PM Big Valley 11 PM News, Sports, Weather 11:20 Editorial (doesn't say what airs at 11:25) 11:30 Joey Bishop (Eva Gabor, Shelley Berman, Joanie Sommers) WLCY (WTSP) Ch. 10 St. Petersburg (ABC) 7 AM Accent On Learning 7:15 Open Mike 7:45 News 8 AM Good Morning (Russ Byrd) 8:30 Fran Carlton 9 AM Romper Room 10 AM Loretta Young 10:30 Dick Cavett 12 N Bewitched 12:30 Treasure Isle 1 PM Dream House 1:30 Funny You Should Ask 1:55 Children's Doctor 2 PM Newlywed Game 2:30 Dating Game 3 PM General Hospital 3:30 One Life To Live 4 PM Dark Shadows 4:30 Gilligan's Island 5 PM Leave It To Beaver 5:30 News, Sports, Weather 6 PM ABC News 6:30 I Love Lucy (the one where Lucy gets a loving cup stuck on her head) 7 PM Travel/Adventure

7:30 The Avengers 8:30 Peyton Place 9 PM The Road To Gettysburg 10 PM Big Valley 11 PM News, Sports, Weather 11:30 Joey Bishop WINK Ch. 11 Ft. Myers (CBS) 6:30 Edison Jr. College 7 AM Informacast 7:05 CBS News 7:30 Sunshine Almanac 7:45 Industry On Parade 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Jack LaLanne 9:30 Merv Griffin (Art Linkletter, Chita Rivera, Peggy Cass, the 1910 Fruit Gum Company) 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 1 PM Love Of Life 1:25 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 Linkletter Show 4:25 CBS News 4:30 Mike Douglas (co-hosts: the Lettermen singing group; Richard Tucker, Maureen Stapleton, psychoanalyst Erich Fromm) 6 PM News, Sports, Weather 7 PM CBS News 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, Sports, Weather 11:20 Movie: "The Falcon In Mexico" WTVT Ch. 13 Tampa (CBS) 6 AM A.M. (Ernie Lee) 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-host Garry Moore, Norm Crosby, columnist Jim Bishop, the Brothers Four, the Gym

Cana trampoline troupe) 10:30 Weather 10:35 Linkletter Show (guests: Paul Lynde and Mrs. Bob Crane, delay from Fri 4 PM) 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 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 Guiding Light 3 PM Secret Storm 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: "I Aim At The Stars" (biography of Wernher von Braun) 9 PM Mayberry R.F.D. 9:30 Family Affair 10 PM Carol Burnett 11 PM News, Sports, Weather 11:20 Editorial (doesn't say what's on at 11:25) 11:30 Movie: "Ride The High Iron" WSUN Ch. 38 St. Petersburg (Ind.) 2:30 Film 3 PM Movie: "The Port Of 40 Thieves" 4:30 Bozo The Clown 5 PM My Favorite Martian 5:30 Shotgun Slade 6 PM The Texan 6:30 State Trooper 7 PM Adventure Calls 7:30 Movies: "Island Of Desire" and "What Every Woman Wants" sign off 10 PM WFTV Ch. 9 Orlando (ABC) 9 AM Dream House (delay from 1 PM, not in color) 9:30 One Life To Live (delay from 3:30 PM, not in color) 10 AM Dark Shadows (delay from 4 PM, is in color) Hmmm....assuming this is not a TVG misprint (or a bpatrick mistype) Wink , does this indicate WFTV using a mixture of color and B&W VTRs in 1968? And, if so, wonder why Dark Shadows was the show using the color machine? (Given the gothic look of DS, one would think it would benefit the least, aesthetically, from color.)

I can assure you this is not a mistype; TV Guide listed these shows that way and there were no COLOR boxes for "Dream House" or "One Life To Live". I have no explanation for why "Dark Shadows" is the only one of the three listed as being in color. BTW, by the summer of 1969 Ch. 9 would be airing all three shows in pattern; ABC gave back 10:30 AM-noon, allowing Ch. 9 to move its movie to the morning, where it stayed for years. Retro: Tucson and Phoenix, December 8, 1980 Source: Arizona Daily Star STATIONS 3 – KTVK Phoenix (ABC) 4 – KVOA Tucson (NBC) 5 – KPHO Phoenix (independent) 6 – KUAT Tucson (PBS) 8 – KAET Phoenix (PBS) 9 – KGUN Tucson (ABC) 10 – KOOL Phoenix (CBS) 11 – KZAZ Nogales (independent) 12 – KPNX Mesa (NBC) 13 – KOLD Tucson (CBS) The Star also lists a Spanish-language station on Channel 40, but doesn’t indicate what the call sign was; the current-day Channel 40 operation in Tucson, KPOL/KHRR, didn’t sign on the air until 1983, and then as an English-language indie. Perhaps this was a translator station relaying a Spanish-language broadcaster from Phoenix or somewhere in New Mexico? MORNING 5:30 13 Pima Community College 5:50 4 Reportaje de Noticias 6:00 3 College Classes 4 Multiversity 5 700 Club 10/13 Monday Morning 11 PTL Club 12 Viewpoint 6:30 3 Daybreak Arizona 4 Health Field 8 Economics Exchange 9 Richard Simmons 12 Hogan’s Heroes 7:00

3/9 Good Morning America 4/12 Today 5 Wallace & Ladmo 8 Antiques 10/13 Captain Kangaroo 7:30 8 Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood 8:00 5 The Flintstones 8 Sesame Street 10 The Jeffersons 11 Superman 13 The Price is Right 8:30 5 Open House 10 Alice 11 Leave it to Beaver 9:00 3/9 The Love Boat 4/12 Wheel of Fortune 5 The Merv Griffin Show 6 The Electric Company 8 3-2-1 Contact 10 The Price is Right 11 Carol Burnett & Friends 13 Donahue 9:30 4/12 Password Plus 6 Educational TV 8 The Electric Company 11 That Girl 10:00 3/9 Family Feud 4/12 Card Sharks 6/8 Sesame Street 10 Face the Music 11 700 Club 13 Alice 10:30 3/9 Ryan’s Hope 4/12 The Doctors 5 Donahue 10 Search for Tomorrow 13 As the World Turns 11:00 3 11 AM 4/12 Days of Our Lives 6 Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood

8 Masterpiece Theatre 9 All My Children 10 The Young and the Restless 11 News 11:30 3 The Edge of Night 5 News 6 Over Easy 13 The Young and the Restless AFTERNOON 12:00 3/9 One Life to Live 4/10/12 News 5 I Love Lucy 6 Personal Finance 8 Julia Child and More Company 11 Nogales Report 12:30 4 Las Vegas Gambit 5 The Andy Griffith Show 6 Presente! 8 Slim Cuisine 10 As the World Turns 11 You Bet Your Life (Buddy Hackett version) 12 Password Plus 13 News 1:00 3/9 General Hospital 4/12 Another World 5 Bewitched 6 Educational TV 8 Cosmos 11 The Mike Douglas Show (guests are Ingrid Bergman, Jean Stapleton, Harry Chapin, Rick Berger and Howard Ruff) 13 Search for Tomorrow 1:30 5 I Dream of Jeannie 6 The Advocates In Brief (William Rusher and Barney Frank debate marijuana legalisation; James Buckley, Dr. Lester Grinspoon and Dr. Robert DuPont are witnesses) 10/13 The Guiding Light 2:00 3 All My Children 4/12 Texas 5 The Big Valley 6 The Dick Cavett Show 8 As We See It 9 The Edge of Night 40 Sossa 2:30

6 Bill Moyers’ Journal 8 Villa Alegre 9 Movie (Four Daughters 1938, with the Lane Sisters, Claude Rains and John Garfield) 10 One Day at a Time 11 Sanford & Son 13 The Jeffersons 40 Juventude 3:00 3 Sanford & Son 4 The Merv Griffin Show (guests are Tom Wopat, Shecky Greene and Carlene Carter) 5 The Tom & Jerry and Bugs Hour 8 Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood 10 The John Davidson Show 11 Bugs Bunny/Woody Woodpecker 12 Carol Burnett & Friends 13 One Day at a Time 3:30 3 All in the Family 6 The Magic of Oil Painting 8 Sesame Street 11 Scooby Doo 12/13 Hour Magazine (segments include an interview with Robert Guillaume) 40 Al Roho Vivo 4:00 3 The Mike Douglas Show 5 Gilligan’s Island 6 Sesame Street 11 The Addams Family 40 Sandra y Paulina 4:30 4/12 World of People 5 Starsky & Hutch 8 3-2-1 Contact 9 M*A*S*H 10 To Tell The Truth (Robin Ward version) 11 Gilligan’s Island 13 News 5:00 4/9/10/12/13 News 6 Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood 8 Sesame Street 11 I Dream of Jeannie 40 Muchacha Del Barrio 5:30 3/9 ABC World News Tonight 4/12 NBC Nightly News with John Chancellor 5 The Brady Bunch 6 Villa Alegre 10/13 CBS Evening News with Walter Cronkite 11 Bewitched

EVENING 6:00 3/4/10/12 News 5 Happy Days Again 6 3-2-1 Contact 8 Over Easy 9 That’s Incredible 11 Wonder Woman 13 PM Magazine 40 Marcha (the title is in two words, the second is blurred on the microfilm image – anyone have any idea what the complete title on this one is?) 6:30 3 PM Magazine 4/12 Tic Tac Dough 5 M*A*S*H 6 Over Easy (guests include Buster Crabbe) 8 The MacNeil/Lehrer Report 10/13 Family Feud 40 Reportero 41 7:00 3/9 ABC Monday Night Football (New England at Miami) 4/12 Little House on the Prairie 5 Barney Miller 6 The MacNeil/Lehrer Report 10/13 Flo 11 Movie (Flying High, the pilot TV-movie for the failed CBS series of 1978) 40 Cristina Bazan 7:10 8 The Dancing Princesses (I’m assuming the staggered starting time is due to a KAET membership drive) 7:30 5 The Rockford Files 6 Tucson City Council 10/13 The Ladies’ Man 8:00 4/12 A Tribute to Chet Atkins (Two-hour Nashville-based special featuring Atkins, The Statler Brothers, Ray Stevens, The Charlie Daniels Band, Bobby Bare, Tom T. Hall, Floyd Cramer, Roger Miller and Charley Pride) 10/13 M*A*S*H 40 Colorina (The assassination of John Lennon took place during the next half hour in New York City. Kathleen Sullivan, on the then-infant Cable News Network, presented the first national TV bulletin of the shooting, a few minutes before Lennon’s death was announced at Roosevelt Hospital in New York. Howard Cosell interrupted the Patriots-Dolphins game with the first nationwide terrestrial TV bulletin of Lennon’s death. On the East Coast, an NBC utility announcer – Fred Facey, perhaps? – broke into The Best of Carson over an “NBC News Bulletin” graphic with NBC’s first network bulletin; jarringly, with no more information than the simple announcement, NBC went back to Johnny Carson’s comedy piece. Obviously, as Carson’s show hadn’t yet begun in the Mountain and Pacific Time zones, a separate bulletin was fed, presumably from Los Angeles, interrupting the Chet Atkins

special or Little House on the Prairie. As for CBS, I know that Connie Chung did a KNXT Newsbreak headline report locally in Los Angeles, but I have not ever seen or heard the aircheck of a CBS-TV bulletin about the murder. I assume CBS broke into their rerun of Quincy on the East Coast, House Calls or Lou Grant in the Mountain zone, and local fringe programming or Flo on the West Coast.) 8:30 5 The Bob Newhart Show 10/13 House Calls 40 Chespirito 9:00 5 The Odd Couple 10/13 Lou Grant 11 Independent Network News 9:30 5/11 News 40 Hogar Dulce Hogar 9:45 3/9 To Be Announced 10:00 3/4/9/10/12/13 News 5 The Hollywood Squares 11 The Twilight Zone 40 Aprendiendo a Amar 10:30 3/9 ABC News Nightline (unsure of why the Star’s listings indicate this to be only 20 minutes long; obviously, that night it turned out to be much longer) 4/12 The Best of Carson (guests are Dick Van Dyke, Mary Tyler Moore and Dick Van Patten) 5 Prisoner: Cell Block H 10 Quincy 11 Fred Snowden 13 The Benny Hill Show 10:35 8 Movie (Topper) 10:50 3 That’s Incredible 9 Vega$ 11:00 5 Movie (The Two Mrs. Carrolls) 6 The Captioned ABC News 11 Movie (Hell is For Heroes) 13 Quincy 11:20 40 Noche a Noche 11:30 4 Tomorrow with Tom Snyder (the following night’s show will be a repeat of Snyder’s 1975

interview with John Lennon, plus a new interview with Jack Douglas, who’d been producing the recording session John Lennon and Yoko Ono had been conducting this evening, and rock writer Lisa Robinson; it would be released on home video about five years later) 12 The Morecambe & Wise Show 11:40 10 The New Avengers 11:50 3 Movie (Stars and Stripes Forever) 9 Movie (The Fighting Kentuckian) 12:00 12 Tomorrow with Tom Snyder 12:10 13 The New Avengers 12:40 8 The Dick Cavett Show 12:50 10 Where the Jobs Are 1:00 4/5 News 11 Get Smart 10 – KOOL Phoenix (CBS) 13 – KOLD Tucson (CBS) 8:00 10 The Jeffersons - live 13 The Price is Right - DAY BEHIND 8:30 10 Alice - live 9:00 10 The Price is Right - live 13 Donahue - syndie 10:00 10 Face the Music - syndie 13 Alice - delay from 8:30 AM 10:30 10 Search for Tomorrow - DAY BEHIND 13 As the World Turns - DAY BEHIND 11:00 10 The Young and the Restless - one-hour delay (CT feed) 11:30 13 The Young and the Restless - delay from 10 AM (CT feed) 12:00 10 News - local 12:30 10 As the World Turns - one-hour delay 13 News - LIVE/LOCAL/LATE-BREAKING! (sorry Grin) 1:00 13 Search for Tomorrow - half-hour delay 1:30

10/13 The Guiding Light - half-hour delay 2:30 10 One Day at a Time - half-hour delay 13 The Jeffersons - from 8:00 AM MT 3:00 10 The John Davidson Show - syndie 13 One Day at a Time - one-hour delay While KOOL-TV channel 10 Phoenix (on tape) had a bit of wackiness with its daytime sked, just who was programming KOLD-TV 13 Tucson? It's all over the place. And ATWT on a day behind--what is this, Salt Lake City? Wink If "Mr. That Girl" was their cornerstone for 9 AM, just air the two sitcom reruns live 8-9, then run the rest of CBS daytime on a one-hour delay in pattern from 10-3:30. Do that and you get your noon news at noon, not 12:30...and no need for those half-hour delays. Re "Nightline": at the time it was on 11:30-11:50 (ET/PT)/ 10:30-10:50 (CT/MT), although with the option to expand when necessary. Since these listings were obviously printed before the John Lennon murder, it would stand to reason that "Nightline" was expanded that night. Keep in mind that in the Eastern and Central time zones it would have aired 30 minutes after "Monday Night Football," since those ABC affiliates would have had local news at approximately 12M/11 PM, and possibly in the Mountain time zone as well, if the game ran past 10 PM. I would suspect that a separate, updated edition of "Nightline" aired at 11:30 (PT), since it was not uncommon for ABC to update a breaking story for the West Coast. Retro: Central Pennsylvania Thurs, Dec 8, 1966 from TV Guide-Central Pennsylvania edition KYW 3-NBC Philadelphia 5:55 Farm & Market News 6:00 Market News 6:05 On Stage: The Actor's Art (compares the proscenium stage and theater-in-the round) 6:35 Farm & Garden 6:45 News 7:00 Today (c/guests Ken Purdy (wrote a book on antique cars), and designer Emilio Pucci) 9:00 Contact (guest Dr. Timothy Leary) 9:55 News 10:00 Eye Guess (c) 10:25 NBC News (c) 10:30 Concentration (c) 11:00 Pat Boone (c/guest Shelley Berman) 11:30 Hollywood Squares (c) noon News/Weather/Sports 12:30 Mike Douglas (co-host Edie Adams/guests not listed) 2:00 Days of Our Lives (c) 2:30 Doctors (c) 3:00 Another World (c) 3:30 You Don't Say! (c) 4:00 Match Game (c)

4:25 NBC News (c) 4:30 Merv Griffin (no info listed) 6:00 News 6:30 NBC News (c) 7:00 Mister Ed "Ed, the Beachcomber" 7:30 Daniel Boone (c) 8:30 Star Trek (c) 9:30 Hero (c) 10:00 Dean Martin (c/guests Robert Goulet, Gisele MacKenzie, Jonathan Winters, Rowan & Martin, and Dean's daughter Deana's TV debut) 11:00 News 11:30 Tonight Show (c/no info listed) 1:00 News WFIL 6-ABC Philadelphia 6:05 News 6:15 RFD #6 6:30 Cartoon Carnival (c) 7:00 Wordland Workshop 7:30 Cartoon Circus (c) 9:00 Girl Talk 9:45 Schoolhouse (c) 10:00 Ben Casey 11:00 Supermarket Sweep 11:30 Dating Game noon Movie "Wings and the Woman" 2:00 Newlywed Game 2:30 A Time for Us 2:55 ABC News 3:00 General Hospital 3:30 Nurses 4:00 Popeye Theater (c) 5:30 Movie "The Phony American" 7:00 News/Weather/Sports (c) 7:15 ABC News 7:30 Batman "The Bird's Last Jest" (c/conclusion) 8:00 F Troop (c) 8:30 Dating Game (c) 9:00 Bewitched (c) 9:30 That Girl (c) 10:00 Hawk (c) 11:00 News/Sports/Weather (c) 11:30 Movie "The Pirates of the Coast" (c) 1:25 Peter Gunn WGAL 8-NBC Lancaster 7:00 Today (c) 9:00 Mike Douglas (no info listed) 10:00 Eye Guess (c) 10:25 NBC News (c) 10:30 Concentration (c) 11:00 Pat Boone (c) 11:30 Hollywood Squares (c) noon Noonday on 8 (c) 12:30 Swingin' Country (c/guest Connie Smith) 12:55 NBC News (c)

1:00 Merv Griffin (no info listed) 1:30 Let's Make a Deal (c) 1:55 News 2:00 Days of Our Lives (c) 2:30 Doctors (c) 3:00 Another World (c) 3:30 You Don't Say! (c) 4:00 Match Game (c) 4:25 NBC News (c) 4:30 Mister Ed "Ed's Mother" 5:00 Woody Woodpecker (c) 5:30 Superman (c) 6:00 News/Weather/Sports (c) 6:30 NBC News (c) 7:00 Across the Seven Seas (c) 7:30 Daniel Boone (c) 8:30 Star Trek (c) 9:30 Hero (c) 10:00 Dean Martin (c) 11:00 News/Sports/Weather (c) 11:30 Tonight Show (c) 1:00 News WCAU 10-CBS Philadelphia 5:40 News 5:45 Sunrise Semester 6:15 Fundamental French 6:45 Bill Bennett's Almanac (Ray Geiger and Paul Dobin looks at the Old Farmer's Almanac forecast for 1967) 7:00 News 7:05 CBS News (c) 7:30 Gene London 8:00 Captain Kangaroo 9:00 Pixanne (c) 9:30 Dennis the Menace "Wilson Sleeps Over" 10:00 Candid Camera 10:30 Beverly Hillbillies (cameo from Bob Cummings) 11:00 Andy Griffith 11:30 Dick Van Dyke noon Love of Life 12:25 CBS News (c) 12:30 Search for Tomorrow 12:45 Guiding Light 1:00 Leave It to Beaver 1:25 News (c) 1:30 As the World Turns 2:00 Password (c) 2:30 House Party (c/guests sociologist James Peterson and singer Bob Fletcher) 3:00 To Tell the Truth 3:25 CBS News (c) 3:30 Edge of Night 4:00 Secret Storm 4:30 Movie "Tarzan and the Lost Safari" (c) 6:00 News/Weather/Sports (c) 7:00 CBS News (c) 7:30 Jericho "Long Journey Across a Short Street" (c)

8:30 My Three Sons (c) 9:00 Glass Menagerie (c/pre-empts the CBS Thursday Night Movie) 11:00 News/Sports/Weather (c) 11:25 Movie "Jolson Sings Again" (c) 1:15 Movie "Decameron Nights" 2:55 News Keystone Network: WLYH 15-Lancaster/Lebanon, WHP 21-Harrisburg, WSBA 43-York (CBS) 6:00 (21 only) Town & Country 6:30 (15/21 only) Sunrise Semester 7:00 (15/21 only) News 7:05 (15/21 only) CBS News (c) 7:30 Cartoons (c) 8:00 Captain Kangaroo 9:00 (15) Bob Keller 9:00 (21) Roundtable 9:00 (43) Breakfast Club 9:30 (21) Jack LaLanne 9:30 (43) Exercise for Health 10:00 Candid Camera 10:30 Beverly Hillbillies 11:00 Andy Griffith 11:30 Dick Van Dyke noon Love of Life 12:25 CBS News (c) 12:30 Search for Tomorrow 12:45 Guiding Light 1:00 Girl Talk (toys are that day's topic with guests Antonio Fraser (author of History of Toys), consumer researcher Joy Temme, and toy manufacturer Lynn Pressman) 1:30 As the World Turns 2:00 Password (c) 2:30 House Party (c) 3:00 To Tell the Truth 3:25 CBS News (c) 3:30 Edge of Night 4:00 Secret Storm 4:30 Hopalong Cassidy 5:30 Santa Claus 6:00 News 6:30 CBS News (c) 7:00 Rifleman "Flowers by the Door" 7:30 Jericho "Long Journey Across a Short Street" (c) 8:30 My Three Sons (c) 9:00 Glass Menagerie (c) 11:00 News 11:30 Bill Veeck mid. Movie "The Great Lie" WNEP 16-ABC Scranton 8:00 Hatchy Milatchy 9:00 Where the Action is (guests Lee Mallory, Steve Alaimo, and the Hard Times) 9:30 Dialing for Dollars 10:00 Nurses 10:30 Dark Shadows 11:00 Supermarket Sweep 11:30 Dating Game

noon Donna Reed 12:30 Father Knows Best 1:00 Ben Casey 2:00 Newlywed Game 2:30 A Time for Us 2:55 ABC News 3:00 General Hospital 3:30 Mike Douglas (guests Tim Conway, Matt Monro, Dukes of Dixieland, Mary Hemingway (Ernest's wife), and Dorothy Sara) 5:00 Santa Claus 5:15 Cartoon Carousel (c) 5:30 Woody Woodpecker (c) 6:00 News 6:15 ABC News 6:30 Lawman "The Exchange" 7:00 Rifleman "Flowers by the Door" 7:30 Batman "The Bird's Last Jest" (c/conclusion) 8:00 F Troop (c) 8:30 Dating Game (c) 9:00 Bewitched (c) 9:30 That Girl (c) 10:00 Hawk (c) 11:00 News 11:30 Movie "Vengeance of Ursus" WDAU 22-CBS Scranton 5:45 Sunrise Semester 6:15 Fundamental French 6:45 Bill Bennett's Almanac 7:00 News 7:05 CBS News (c) 7:55 Community Calendar 8:00 Captain Kangaroo 9:00 Dennis the Menace "Dennis and the Signpost" 9:30 Nancy Dolphin 10:00 Candid Camera 10:30 Beverly Hillbillies 11:00 Andy Griffith 11:30 Dick Van Dyke noon Love of Life 12:25 CBS News (c) 12:30 Search for Tomorrow 12:45 Guiding Light 1:00 Alfred Hitchcock "Final Arrangements" 1:30 As the World Turns 2:00 Password (c) 2:30 House Party (c) 3:00 To Tell the Truth 3:25 CBS News (c) 3:30 Edge of Night 4:00 Secret Storm 4:30 Merv Griffin (guests Eli Wallach, Anne Jackson (aka Mrs. Wallach), Robert Morley, Rocky Graziano, Tiger Hynes, Elaine Melbin, and Nai Bonet) 6:00 Honey West 6:30 CBS News (c) 7:00 News/Weather

7:30 Jericho "Long Journey Across a Short Street" (c) 8:30 My Three Sons (c) 9:00 Glass Menagerie (c) 11:00 News 11:35 Movie "Sentimental Journey" 1:10 News 1:15 Movie "The Big Combo" WTPA 27-ABC Harrisburg 7:55 Bulletin Board 8:00 Caravan (c) 8:30 Fun Fair 8:45 King Leonardo 9:00 Romper Room (Miss Marcia Kaplan) 9:30 Movie "Tennessee Champ" 11:00 Supermarket Sweep 11:30 Dating Game noon Donna Reed 12:30 Father Knows Best 1:00 Ben Casey 2:00 Newlywed Game 2:30 A Time for Us 2:55 ABC News 3:00 General Hospital 3:30 Nurses 4:00 Dark Shadows 4:30 Where the Action is (guests Paul Revere & the Raiders) 5:00 Cartoon Time 6:00 ABC News 6:15 News/Sports 6:30 Movie "It Happens Every Spring" 7:30 Batman "The Bird's Last Jest" (c/conclusion) 8:00 F Troop (c) 8:30 Dating Game (c) 9:00 Bewitched (c) 9:30 That Girl (c) 10:00 Hawk (c) 11:00 News 11:30 Movie (rerun of the morning movie) WBRE 28-NBC Wilkes-Barre 6:30 Faith for Today (c) 7:00 Today (c) 9:00 Sea Hunt 9:30 Bat Masterson 10:00 Eye Guess (c) 10:25 NBC News (c) 10:30 Concentration (c) 11:00 Pat Boone (c) 11:30 Hollywood Squares (c) noon Jeopardy (c) 12:30 Swingin' Country (c) 12:55 NBC News (c) 1:00 Highway Patrol 1:30 Let's Make a Deal (c) 2:00 Days of Our Lives (c)

2:30 Doctors (c) 3:00 Another World (c) 3:30 You Don't Say! (c) 4:00 Match Game (c) 4:25 NBC News (c) 4:30 Sea Hunt 5:00 Bachelor Father 5:30 Leave It to Beaver "Farewell to Penny" 6:00 News/Weather/Sports (c) 6:30 NBC News (c) 7:00 McHale's Navy 7:30 Daniel Boone (c) 8:30 Star Trek (c) 9:30 Hero (c) 10:00 Dean Martin (c) 11:00 News/Sports/Weather (c) 11:15 Tonight Show (c) Retro: Maritimes Sat, July 3, 1976 from TV Guide-Maritime Provinces edition Quebec/Maine channels listed ADT ATV: CKCW 2-Moncton/CJCB 4-Sydney/CJCH 5-Halifax/CKLT 9-Saint John (CTV) 8:00 ATV Funtime 10:30 Waterville Gang 11:00 Kidstuff noon Let's Go 12:30 Funtown 1:30 Treehouse 2:00 Pink Panther 2:30 Horst Koehler 3:00 Wonders of the Wild 3:30 Red Fisher 4:00 Greening Up 4:30 International Wrestling 5:30 CTV Wide World of Sports: Player's Manitoba auto race/Peter Jackson Atlantic Open golf/conclusion of a 3-part film on the '72 Munich Olympics 7:00 ATV Weekend News 8:00 Emergency! 9:00 Movie "Paperback Hero" 11:00 Confrontation (ad agency exec Peter Zarry and a panel of consumer and advertising critics discuss deceptive and degrading ads) mid. CTV National News 12:20 ATV Late News 12:30 Larry Solway 1:00 Movie "The Reckoning" WLBZ 2-NBC Bangor 9:00 Emergency Plus 4 9:30 Josie & the Pussycats 10:00 Waldo Kitty 10:30 Pink Panther 11:00 Land of the Lost 11:30 Run, Joe, Run noon Return to the Planet of the Apes

12:30 Westwind 1:00 Jetsons 1:30 Wimbledon women's final (one-day delayed) 3:00 Baseball: Philadelphia-Pittsburgh (alt game: California-Minnesota) 6:00 Wimbledon men's final (same-day tape) 7:30 NBC Nightly News 8:00 Wild Kingdom 8:30 Candid Camera (the show recruits Goldie the dog and tapes people's reactions to the canine) 9:00 Emergency! 10:00 Inventing of America (Raymond Burr and the BBC's James Burke look back at 200 years of American inventions) mid. Penobscot Expedition (a look at a little-known part of the Revolution-an American effort to capture a British stronghold in Castine, ME) 12:30 Weekend (descendents of George Washington, an unusual art museum, and a Brit who travelled 2000 miles across America are featured) CBHT 3-Halifax/CBIT 5-Sydney/CBCT 13-Charlottetown (CBC) 10:00 CBC Regional News 10:10 Flintstones (given the length, likely 2 eps ran here) 11:00 Flaxton Boys 11:30 Klahanie noon Soul Train 1:00 Water World 1:30 Wimbledon women's final 3:00 TBA 3:30 Lost Island 4:00 Welcome Back, Kotter 4:30 Best of Bob McLean (premiere) 5:00 TBA 5:30 CBC News: Saturday Report 6:00 Wimbledon men's final 7:30 Phyllis 8:00 This is the Law 8:30 Fawlty Towers 9:00 David Copperfield 10:00 City of Angels 11:00 The National 11:15 Night Report 11:25 (3/5) Movie "The Second Best Secret Agent in the Whole Wide World" 11:25 (13) Movie "Where Have All the People Gone?" CJBR 3-Rimouski/CBAFT 11-Moncton (SRC) 10:00 Yogi l'ours (Yogi Bear) 10:30 Bunny et ses amis (Looney Tunes, I think) 11:00 Poly a Venise 11:30 Lassie noon Woobinda 12:30 Le Prince Saphir 1:00 Les heros du samedi (this week's show looks at Olympic sports) 2:00 Sportheque 3:00 Le 17e siecle le retrouve 3:15 Baseball: picking up the NBC game with SRC's commentators 5:30 Echos du sport 6:00 Bagatelle 7:00 (3) Sur le matelas (wrestling from Montreal) 7:00 (11) Fenetre sur le monde "L'arbre de Charlot"/"Les enfants et les Olympiques"

7:30 (11) Le Telejournal 7:35 (11) Univers inconnus 8:00 (3) Soiree canadienne (from CHLT Sherbrooke) 8:30 (11) Defi 9:00 Cinema "Le Gros Bill" 11:00 Ce coin de terre 11:30 Le Telejournal/Nouvelles du sport mid. Cinema "Mission top secret" 1:30 (3) Cinema "Rigoletto" (bw) CHSJ 4-CBC Saint John 11:30 Circle Square noon Onedin Line 1:00 Scintillating Science 1:30 Wimbledon women's final 3:00 TBA 3:30 Lost Island 4:00 Welcome Back, Kotter 4:30 Best of Bob McLean (premiere) 5:00 Flaxton Boys 5:30 Bobby Goldsboro 6:00 Wimbledon men's final 7:30 Phyllis 8:00 This is the Law 8:30 Fawlty Towers 9:00 David Copperfield 10:00 City of Angels 11:00 The National 11:15 News 11:25 Movie "The Fortune Cookie" (bw) CKCD 7-Campbellton/CKAM 12-Upsalquitch Lake (CBC/CTV) 8:00 ATV Funtime 10:30 Waterville Gang 11:00 Kidstuff noon Let's Go 12:30 Funtown 1:30 Wimbledon women's final 3:00 Wonders of the Wild 3:30 Lost Island 4:00 Welcome Back, Kotter 4:30 Best of Bob McLean (premiere) 5:00 Festival Plus 5:30 Red Fisher 6:00 Wimbledon men's final 7:30 News 8:00 This is the Law 8:30 Fawlty Towers 9:00 David Copperfield 10:00 City of Angels 11:00 The National 11:15 News 11:20 Norm Perry 12:20 ATV Late News 12:30 Larry Solway 1:00 Movie "The Reckoning"

WEMT 7-ABC Bangor 8:30 Groovie Goolies 9:00 Hong Kong Phooey 9:30 Tom & Jerry/Great Grape Ape 10:30 Adventures of Gilligan 11:00 Super Friends noon Speed Buggy 12:30 Oddball Couple 1:00 Lost Saucer 1:30 American Bandstand (saluting the Bicentennial with guests the Muglestons and Paul Jabara) 2:30 Wally's Workshop 3:00 Wrestling 4:00 Movie "Jungle Book" 6:00 ABC Wide World of Sports: US Olympics men's gymnastics and women's diving trials, plus a report on Operation Sail 7:30 ABC World News Saturday 8:00 Dawn Student Bible 8:30 James Robison Presents 9:00 This is Baseball 9:30 Baseball: Boston-Milwaukee mid. Stacey's Country Jamboree WAGM 8-CBS/NBC/ABC Presque Isle 9:00 Pebbles & Bamm-Bamm 9:30 Bugs Bunny/Road Runner 10:30 Scooby-Doo 11:00 Shazam!/Isis noon Far Out Space Nuts 12:30 Ghost Busters 1:00 Valley of the Dinosaurs 1:30 Fat Albert 2:00 CBS Children's Film Festival "Where's Johnny?" 3:00 Baseball: Philadelphia-Pittsburgh (alt game: California-Minnesota) 6:00 ABC Wide World of Sports 7:30 CBS Evening News 8:00 Lawrence Welk (pt 1 of a 2-part Bicentennial salute) 9:00 Movie "Huckleberry Finn" 10:30 Movie "The Man Without a Country" mid. News 12:15 TBA 12:30 Weekend WMEM 10-PBS Presque Isle 6pm Olympiad (look at the marathon) 7:00 Question of Life (looks at the Viking I mission, including a simulated Martian landing which was scheduled to happen for real on the 4th) 7:30 Consumer Survival Kit 8:00 Wall Street Week (mid-year review of the markets, history of NYSE and American Stock Exchange) 8:30 Evening at Symphony (guests the New England Conservatory Chorus, Maureen Forrester, and Susan Davenny Wyner; 90 min) 10:00 Goodbye America (Robert MacNeil and Robert McKenzie commentate a re-enactment of a May 1776 Parliamentary debate that might put an end to the fighting between England and the Colonies) 11:30 In Performance at Wolf Trap (a live Bicentennial countdown concert)

WMEM 13-PBS Calais (I assume this is the cable feed; notes began being published later that year for OTA viewers of WMED to refer to the WMEM listings) 6:00 Olympiad "The Russian Athlete" 7:00 Upcountry (bw) 7:30 Consumer Survival Kit 8:00 Wall Street Week (guest Carl Madden, chief economist of US Chamber of Commerce) 8:30 Agronsky & Company 9:00 Evening at Symphony (guest Andre Watts) 10:00 Bill Moyers' Journal (guests Archibald MacLeish) 11:00 Group Portrait (looks at 4 NYC area artists) Retro: Maritimes Sun, July 4, 1976 from TV Guide-Maritime Provinces edition Quebec/Maine stations listed ADT ATV: CKCW 2-Moncton/CJCB 4-Sydney/CJCB 5-Halifax/CKLT 9-Saint John (CTV) 9:00 University of the Air 10:00 Children's Special (IIRC this was TVO programming) noon Rex Humbard 1:00 Day of Discovery 1:30 Faith & Music 2:00 Oral Roberts 2:30 Garner Ted Armstrong 3:00 Agape 3:30 Norm Perry 4:00 CTV Summer Sports: Kawartha Cup Snowmobile Championship/Labatt Datsun Freestyle Classic skiing 5:30 Show Biz 6:00 Untamed World 6:30 Question Period 7:00 Festival Plus 7:30 Ryan's Fancy 8:00 And Now the Bay City Rollers (highlights of a 1975 London concert) 9:00 Sonny & Cher (guest Jim Nabors; among other things, Jim plays George III giving a rebuttal to a Bicentennial Minute) 10:00 Kojak 11:00 Russian-German War "The Politics of Fear" mid. CTV National News 12:20 News 12:30 Larry Solway WLBZ 2-NBC Bangor 9:00 Glorious Fourth (combo of live and taped segments of Bicentennial celebrations) 1:00 Meet the Press (in Philly with several state governors, including future Presidential candidate Michael Dukakis) 2:00 Glorious Fourth 7:00 The Night Portland Burned (the Royal Navy bombarded Portland on October 18, 1775) 7:30 NBC Nightly News 8:00 Happy Birthday, America (from the LA Coliseum, Paul Anka hosts this special with guests Gloria Loring, James Irwin, Arte Johnson, Roy Rogers & Dale Evans, Evel Knievel, Mark Spitz, the Mexico International Circus, KC & the Sunshine Band, Jim Backus, and Sandy Duncan) 9:30 Bob Hope Bicentennial Special (an all-star cast in spoofs of evening news (1776); Mary Hart(ford), Mary Hart(ford) (1776); and a 1876 version of the Tonight Show...the illustration in the

TVG Close-Up shows Bob trying to cover up the crack in the Liberty Bell which. given a hammer in his hand, he may have caused Cheesy) 11:00 Best of the Fourth (David Brinkley and John Chancellor recap the day's events) mid. News 12:15 Tangents CBHT 3-Halifax/CBIT 5-Sydney/CBCT 13-Charlottetown (CBC) 9:50 CBC Regional News 10:00 Follyfoot 10:30 Klahanie 11:00 Meeting Place (a cross-border service from Kirk-McColl United Church in St. Stephen NB, as they're joined by members of neighboring border town Calais' United Methodist Church) noon Living Tomorrow 12:15 A Way Out 12:30 Concerning Women "Women in Music" 1:00 Romantic Rebellion (profiling English poet/illustrator/engraver William Blake) 1:30 Country Canada "The US Food Machine" (conclusion) 2:00 Operation Sail (coverage of a massive sail-by in New York as hundreds of US and foreign vessels sail past Lady Liberty and make their way down the Hudson to the George Washington Bridge) 3:00 CBC Sunday Sports: World Championship Drag Racing/Spanish Grand Prix auto race/USFrance international rugby 4:30 Speaking Out 5:00 Adventures of Black Beauty 5:30 Access 6:00 Wonderful World of Disney "Goofing Around with Donald Duck" 7:00 Beachcombers/Irish Rovers (crossover...in part 1 (Beachcombers), Jimmy Ferguson decides to quit the Rovers to become a beachcomber; in pt 2 (Rovers), the group performs in Gibsons BC (where Beachcombers was filmed) with Bruno Gerussi and Robert Clothier making guest appearnaces) 8:00 Waltons 9:00 Upstairs, Downstairs 10:00 Hawaii Five-O 11:00 Great American Birthday Party (Harry Reasoner recaps the day's events) mid. The National CJBR 3-Rimouski/CBAFT 11-Moncton (SRC) 10:00 Yogi et compagnie (Yogi Bear) 10:30 Le roi Leo 11:00 Consecration de la Basilique Ste-Anne 12:30 (3) Dossiers 12:30 (11) Vers l'an 2000 1:00 La semaine verte 2:00 D'hier a demain 3:00 Univers des sports: Olympic swimming trials 4:30 L'heure des quilles (bowling) 5:30 Francophonissime 6:00 Second regard 7:00 (3) Le monde merveilleux de Disney (Wonderful World of Disney) 7:00 (11) Un ete dans le Grand Nord 7:30 (11) Le Telejournal 7:35 (11) La vie qui nous entourne 8:00 La Petite Partie 8:30 Les Beaux Dimanches...8:30 "Qu'est-ce que t'en penses, toi?" (pt 3); 9:00 "Les Jeux Olympiques, reflets de l'histoire" (pt 5); 10:00 Le dossier secret des tresors: les Sept Serrures de Prague (French-Czech co-prod); 11:00 "Les metiers traditionnels du Quebec: le ferblantier"

11:00 Le Telejournal/Nouvelles du sport mid. Cinema "Le greve" CHSJ 4-CBC Saint John 7:00 Church Today 7:30 Old Time Gospel Hour 8:00 Master's Touch 9:00 Jimmy Swaggart 9:30 Rex Humbard 10:30 Don Clower's Crusade 11:00 Meeting Place noon Niven Miller 12:30 Crossroads 1:00 New Life 1:30 Country Canada "The US Food Machine" (conclusion) 2:00 Operation Sail 3:00 CBC Sunday Sports 4:30 Speaking Out 5:00 Romantic Rebellion 5:30 Gospelaires 6:00 Wonderful World of Disney "Goofing Around with Donald Duck" 7:00 Beachcombers/Irish Rovers 8:00 Waltons 9:00 Upstairs, Downstairs 10:00 TBA 11:00 Great American Birthday Party mid. The National CKCD 7-Campbellton/CKAM 12-Upsalquitch Lake (CBC/CTV) 10:30 Faith & Music 11:00 Meeting Place noon Rex Humbard 1:00 Romantic Rebellion 1:30 Country Canada "The US Food Machine" (conclusion) 2:00 Operation Sail 3:00 CBC Sunday Sports 4:30 Speaking Out 5:00 Adventures of Black Beauty 5:30 Access 6:00 Wonderful World of Disney "Goofing Around with Donald Duck" 7:00 Beachcombers/Irish Rovers 8:00 Waltons 9:00 Upstairs, Downstairs 10:00 TBA 11:00 Great American Birthday Party mid. The National WEMT 7-ABC Bangor 9:00 International Voice of Victory 9:30 Pastor Ronnie Libby 10:30 Rex Humbard 11:30 TBA noon Great American Birthday Party (President Ford speaks at Independence Hall in Philly/Operation Sail preview) 1:00 Issues & Answers (Bob Clark and Peter Jennings interview Prince Phillip at Buckingham Palace)

1:30 Curly O'Brien 2:00 Great American Birthday Party (Operation Sail/San Francisco's Silver Eagle Regatta; Festival of American Folklife; St. Louis Bicentennial activities) 3:30 Baseball: Boston-Milwaukee 6:00 World Invitational Tennis Classic women's singles final: Evert v Goolagong (JIP) 7:30 I Dream of Jeannie 8:00 Glory Road West (Chad Everett, Henry Fonda, and Buffy Ste-Marie host a portrait of the winning of the West) 9:00 Movie "The New Land" 11:00 Great American Birthday Party (highlights) mid. ABC News 12:15 PTL Club WAGM 8-CBS/NBC/ABC Presque Isle 8:45 James Robison Presents 9:15 Rex Humbard 10:15 Sacred Heart 10:30 Day of Discovery 11:00 Jerry Falwell noon In Celebration of Us (Walter Cronkite hosts CBS's coverage, which he calls the most extensive coverage since the moon landing...the show features live remotes from over 40 centres, plus "Anniversary Reflections", "Anniversary Almanac" and the best of "On the Road") 7:00 Friends of Man 7:30 CBS Evening News 8:00 In Celebration of Us mid. News 12:15 CBS News 12:30 In Celebration of Us (highlights) 1:00 Sammy & Company (behind the scenes with Sammy in Vegas) WMEM 10-PBS Presque Isle 4:30pm America, America, America (the Mormon Youth Symphony & Chorus in a Bicentennial concert) 6:00 A Family at War 7:00 Days of the Eagle 7:30 Crockett's Victory Garden 8:00 Rivals of Sherlock Holmes 9:00 Evening at Pops (presenting works by American composers) 10:00 Masterpiece Theatre "Notorious Woman" (pt 5) 11:00 Nova "The Search for Life" mid. Video & Television Review WMED 13-PBS Calais 5pm Speaking Freely 6:00 A Family at War 7:00 TBA 7:30 Crockett's Victory Garden 8:00 Sing America Sing (a Bicentennial tribute from the JFK Center in Washington with Oscar Brand and John Raitt) 9:00 Nova "The Case of the Bermuda Triangle" 10:00 Masterpiece Theatre "Notorious Woman" (pt 4) 11:00 Rivals of Sherlock Holmes Retro: New York City. Saturday, December 6, 1941 Source; New York Times

Channels/Stations 1-WNBT (NBC, now WNBC ch. 4) 2-WCBW (CBS, now WCBS-TV) 4-W2XWV (DuMont; now WNYW-Fox ch. 5) AFTERNOON 2:00 2-Test Pattern 2:30 2-Films (to 4:30; no titles listed) 3:30 1-Film; Death Rides The Range (western, 1939); Ken Maynard, Fay McKenzie EVENING 8:30 1-Fefe's Monte Carlo Floor Show (variety) 9:15 1-Civilian Defense Program 9:25 1-NBC News with Ray Forrest ore No programs listed for Channel 4 This listing by request, reflects programs on the final day before U.S. entry into World War II. After Pearl Harbor, TV schedules on the handful of licensed commercial and experimental stations in New York, Philadelphia, New York State's Capital District, Chicago and Los Angeles gradually diminished from a few hours a day to a few hours per week, before gradually rebuilding postwar until TV stations ran 12 to 15 hours daily by 1950. Only a few thousand sets were installed in private homes to watch any of these programs in the NYC area, a few hundred in each of the other cities with stations operating...each of those sets set its owner back about as much as a new Ford or Chevrolet. Retro: Atlanta/Chattanooga/Macon Friday, December 7, 1962 From TV Guide, Georgia (Atlanta) Edition: WSB Ch. 2 Atlanta (NBC) 6 AM Continental Classroom: "Atomic Age Physics" 6:30 Continental Classroom: "American Government" (COLOR) 7 AM Today (Hugh Downs, guests Sam Levenson and photographer Henri Cartier-Bresson) 9 AM Today In Georgia 9:30 Leave It To The Girls (you can tell by the title that this is pre-women's lib; guests are June Havoc and Zachary Scott) 10 AM Say When! 10:25 NBC News (Edwin Newman) 10:30 Play Your Hunch (Robert Q. Lewis) (COLOR)

11 AM Price Is Right (Bill Cullen) (COLOR) 11:30 Concentration 12 N News (Ray Moore) 12:15 Movie: "Bombardier" 2 PM Merv Griffin (COLOR) 2:55 NBC News (Floyd Kalber) 3 PM Loretta Young 3:30 Young Dr. Malone 4 PM Make Room For Daddy (Nelson Eddy guests) 4:30 Rocky And His Friends 4:45 Popeye Club 6 PM Cisco Kid 6:30 News, Weather 6:45 Huntley-Brinkley Report 7 PM Brave Stallion (syndicated title for "Fury") 7:30 International Showtime 8:30 Sing Along With Mitch (singer Louise O'Brien and dance instructor Killer Joe Piro guest) (COLOR) 9:30 Don't Call Me Charlie! 10 PM Jack Paar (Judy Garland and Robert Goulet sing songs from the animated film "Gay Pur-ee"; Woody Allen is also a guest) (COLOR) 11 PM Newsroom (John Palmer, later of NBC) 11:30 Tonight Show (COLOR) 1 AM Movie: "Wake Island" WRGP (WRCB) Ch. 3 Chattanooga (NBC) 6 AM Adult Reading 6:30 Continental Classroom: "American Government" (COLOR) 7 AM Today 9 AM Today With Morris 9:30 Elementary Science 10 AM Say When! 10:25 NBC News 10:30 Play Your Hunch (COLOR) 11 AM Price Is Right (COLOR) 11:30 Concentration 12 N Your First Impression (Jan Sterling and Michael Landon wind up a week on the panel; Dennis James is the regular panelist and Bill Leyden the host) (COLOR) 12:30 Truth Or Consequences 12:55 NBC News (Ray Scherer) 1 PM WRGP Bulletin 1:30 Best Of Groucho 2 PM Merv Griffin (COLOR) 2:55 NBC News 3 PM Loretta Young 3:30 Young Dr. Malone 4 PM Make Room For Daddy 4:30 Here's Hollywood (this sounds like a real treat-Jack Linkletter interviews Bud Abbott) 4:55 NBC News (Sander Vanocur) 5 PM Princess Redfeather

5:25 Brave Stallion 5:55 Bat Masterson 6:25 News, Weather 6:45 Huntley-Brinkley Report 7 PM Blue Angels 7:30 International Showtime 8:30 Sing Along With Mitch (COLOR) 9:30 Don't Call Me Charlie! 10 PM Jack Paar (COLOR) 11 PM News, Weather 11:15 Tonight Show (COLOR) WAGA Ch. 5 Atlanta (CBS) 6:10 Daily Word 6:15 College Of The Air 6:45 This Is Your Town 7 AM News, Editorial 7:20 Cartoons 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM B'wana Don 9:30 Jack LaLanne 10 AM Movie: "You Can't Cheat An Honest Man" (W.C. Fields, Edgar Bergen) 11:30 Pete And Gladys 12 N Love Of Life 12:25 CBS News (Harry Reasoner) 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 12:45 Guiding Light 1 PM Best Of Groucho 1:30 As The World Turns 2 PM Password (guests: Rita Moreno and Jackie Mason) 2:30 Art Linkletter's House Party (guest: George Gobel) 3 PM Millionaire (Rev. John Hardin uses the money to try to save his parish.) 3:30 To Tell The Truth (panel: Ann Sothern, Peggy Cass, Gene Rayburn, Barry Nelson) 3:55 CBS News (Douglas Edwards) 4 PM Secret Storm 4:30 Edge Of Night 5 PM Sea Hunt 5:30 Highway Patrol 6 PM Panorama News 6:30 Amos 'n' Andy 7 PM Rawhide (the same episode that will air at 7:30 on Chs. 12 and 13) 8 PM Third Man 8:30 Route 66 9:30 Fair Exchange 10:30 Eyewitness (CBS News reviews the week's top story.) 11 PM Panorama News 11:30 Movie: "Cry Of The Werewolf" WGTV Ch. 8 Athens/Atlanta (NET)

6:30 American Economy: "The Modern Corporation," Part 2 7 PM Growing South 7:30 Open Road (travelogue) 8 PM TV Reader's Digest 8:30 UN Review (John MacVane) 8:45 Traffic Court 9 PM Lamp Unto My Feet (oddly, Ch. 8 is airing something that previously aired Sunday morning on Ch. 5) 9:30 Movie: "Love In The City" WTVC Ch. 9 Chattanooga (ABC) 8:30 Jack LaLanne 9 AM Funtime 9:30 Romper Room 10:15 Upward Look (religion) 10:30 Morning Show (Jim Johnson) 10:45 News (Jim Johnson) 11 AM Jane Wyman (she plays a psychiatrist whose patient is an actor in love with a younger woman, to the detriment of his career) 11:30 Yours For A Song 12 N Tennessee Ernie Ford Show 12:30 Father Knows Best 1 PM Man From Cochise 1:30 Chattanooga Schools 2 PM Day In Court (a suit for damages in a fight) 2:25 ABC News (Alex Dreier) 2:30 Seven Keys 3 PM Queen For A Day 3:30 Who Do You Trust? 4 PM American Bandstand (guest: Brian Hyland) 4:30 Discovery '62 (live from the Museum of Natural History in New York City) 4:55 American Newsstand 5 PM Bob Brandy 6 PM ABC News (Ron Cochran) 6:15 News, Weather 6:30 Maverick (Efrem Zimbalist Jr. guests as the Mavericks' friend Dandy Jim) 7:30 The Gallant Men 8:30 Flintstones (Fred has to go back to school to earn his high-school diploma) (COLOR) 9 PM I'm Dickens, He's Fenster 9:30 77 Sunset Strip 10:30 The Rebel 11 PM ABC News (Bill Shadel) 11:10 Five Fingers WAII (WXIA) Ch. 11 Atlanta (ABC)

7:50 Thoughts For Today 7:55 Farm News, Weather 8 AM School Days 8:30 Movie: TBA 10 AM Calendar (Harry Reasoner, pre-empted on Ch. 5) 10:30 I Love Lucy (pre-empted on Ch. 5) 11 AM Jane Wyman 11:30 Yours For A Song 12 N Tennessee Ernie Ford Show 12:30 Father Knows Best 1 PM Snooky Lanson (local show starring the former "Your Hit Parade" regular--this show would be in progress, live, when word came of the shooting in Dallas the following year) 1:55 News Watch 2 PM Day In Court 2:25 ABC News 2:30 Seven Keys 3 PM Queen For A Day 3:30 Who Do You Trust? 4 PM American Bandstand 4:30 Discovery '62 4:55 American Newsstand 5 PM Mickey Mouse Club 5:30 Sir Lancelot 6 PM Decoy 6:30 ABC News 6:45 Eyes Of Atlanta (Billy Johnson) 7 PM CBS News (Walter Cronkite, pre-empted on Ch. 5) 7:15 News Watch (Harrison Eagles) 7:30 The Gallant Men 8:30 Flintstones (COLOR) 9 PM I'm Dickens, He's Fenster 9:30 77 Sunset Strip 10:30 Weekend (sports) 11 PM Night Watch 11:25 Movie: TBA WDEF Ch. 12 Chattanooga (CBS) 6:55 Daily Word 7 AM College Of The Air 7:30 Country Show 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Woman's Whirl 9:20 Morning Stretch (not Joanie Greggains) 9:30 Time For Music (in-school program) 10 AM Calendar 10:30 I Love Lucy 11 AM Real McCoys 11:30 Pete And Gladys 12 N Love Of Life 12:25 CBS News

12:30 Search For Tomorrow 12:45 Guiding Light 1 PM Lunch 'n Fun 1:30 As The World Turns 2 PM Password 2:30 Art Linkletter's House Party 3 PM Millionaire 3:30 To Tell The Truth 3:55 CBS News 4 PM Secret Storm 4:30 Edge Of Night 5 PM Movie: "Stage Door" 6:25 Sounding Board 6:30 News, Weather 6:45 CBS News 7 PM Huckleberry Hound 7:30 Rawhide 8:30 Route 66 9:30 Fair Exchange 10:30 Eyewitness 11 PM News, Weather 11:15 Movie: "Witness For The Prosecution" WMAZ Ch. 13 Macon (CBS/NBC/ABC) 6:30 College Of The Air 7 AM Cartoons 7:30 Almanac Newsreel 7:35 Hymn Time 7:45 Your Bible 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Strictly For Women 10 AM Calendar 10:30 I Love Lucy 11 AM Real McCoys 11:30 Pete And Gladys 12 N Love Of Life 12:25 CBS News 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 12:45 Guiding Light 1 PM Almanac 1:15 Date With Del 1:30 As The World Turns 2 PM Password 2:30 Art Linkletter's House Party 3 PM Millionaire 3:30 To Tell The Truth 3:55 CBS News 4 PM Secret Storm 4:30 Edge Of Night 5 PM Huckleberry Hound 5:30 Tombstone Territory 6 PM News, Weather, Sports 6:45 CBS News 7 PM Broken Arrow 7:30 Rawhide

8:30 Route 66 9:30 Ben Casey (ABC, delay from Mon 10 PM) 10:30 Eyewitness 11 PM News, Weather 11:30 Naked City (ABC, delay from Wed 10 PM) 12:30 Mike Hammer Retro: Eastern Virginia Saturday, November 26, 1977 From TV Guide, Eastern Virginia Edition: WTAR (WTKR) Ch. 3 Norfolk (CBS) 6:30 Better Way 7 AM Petticoat Junction 7:30 Kidsworld 8 AM Skatebirds 9 AM Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Show 10:30 Batman/Tarzan Adventure Hour 11:30 Space Academy 12 N Secrets Of Isis 12:30 Fat Albert And The Cosby Kids 1 PM What's New, Mr. Magoo? 1:30 CBS Saturday Film Festival: "Little Pig" (from Hong Kong) 2 PM Wild Wild World Of Animals 2:30 Movie: "Impasse" 4 PM NFL Game Of The Week 4:30 CBS Sports Spectacular: NASCAR Los Angeles Times 500, analysis of the first ten weeks of the NFL season, Part 8 of the World's Strongest Man competition 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News (Bob Schieffer) 7 PM Hee Haw (guests: Tom T. Hall and the Sons of the Pioneers) 8 PM Mary Tyler Moore (pre-empts Bob Newhart) 8:30 We've Got Each Other 9 PM The Jeffersons 9:30 Tony Randall 10 PM Carol Burnett (salute to MGM) 11 PM News 11:30 Movie: "Fun In Acapulco" (Elvis Presley) 1:30 Don Kirshner's Rock Concert (the Average White Band, Ben E. King, Pablo Cruise, Steve Landesberg, comics Al Alan Peterson and Jim Samuels) WHSV Ch. 3 Harrisonburg (NBC/ABC) 7 AM Light Unto My Path 7:30 Jabberjaw (delay from Sun 10:30 AM) 8 AM All New Superfriends Hour 9 AM Scooby's All-Star Laff-A-Lympics 11 AM Krofft Supershow 12 N Good News (religion)

12:30 College Football Pregame Show 12:45 College Football: Penn State-Pitt 4 PM Army-Navy Game (time approximate) 7 PM Hee Haw (time approximate) 8 PM Tabitha (you know this one: Samantha's now-grown daughter works at a TV station) 8:30 Operation Petticoat 9 PM Starsky & Hutch 10 PM Love Boat (passengers include Phil Silvers, Gary Burghoff, and Jane Curtin) 11 PM James Robison Presents 11:30 700 Club 12:30 Dateline: Religion WTVR Ch. 6 Richmond (CBS) 6 AM Sunrise Semester: "Man's Place In Nature" 6:30 Cavalcade 7 AM Ghost Busters (delay from Sun 9 AM) 7:30 Wacko (delay from Sun 9:30 AM) 8 AM Skatebirds 9 AM Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Show 10:30 Batman/Tarzan Adventure Hour 11:30 Space Academy 12 N Secrets Of Isis 12:30 Fat Albert And The Cosby Kids 1 PM Lost In Space 2 PM Pop! Goes The Country 2:30 Nashville On The Road 3 PM Beverly Hillbillies 3:30 Wrestling (from Raleigh) 4:30 CBS Sports Spectacular 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Hee Haw 8 PM Bob Newhart 8:30 We've Got Each Other 9 PM The Jeffersons 9:30 Tony Randall 10 PM Carol Burnett 11 PM News 11:30 Star Trek 12:30 Gunsmoke WXEX (WRIC) Ch. 8 Petersburg-Richmond (ABC) 7 AM R.F.D. #8 8 AM All New Superfriends Hour 9 AM Scooby's All-Star Laff-A-Lympics 11 AM Krofft Supershow 12 N ABC Weekend Special: "The Nunundaga" (Part 1 of 2 about a fictional Indian tribe in 1820s Wyoming) 12:30 College Football Pregame Show 12:45 College Football: Penn State-Pitt 4 PM Army-Navy Game (time approximate)

7 PM Lawrence Welk (time approximate) 8 PM Tabitha 8:30 Operation Petticoat 9 PM Starsky & Hutch 10 PM Love Boat 11 PM News 11:30 Movie: "Chisum" (John Wayne) WAVY Ch. 10 Norfolk (NBC) 5:50 News 6 AM The Lucy Show 6:30 Batman (Burgess Meredith as the Penguin, 2 episodes) 7:30 Pink Panther 8 AM C.B. Bears 9 AM Space Sentinels 9:30 Super Witch 10 AM Bang-Shang Lalapalooza 10:30 I Am The Greatest: The Adventures Of Muhammad Ali 11 AM Thunder 11:30 Search And Rescue 12 N Baggy Pants And The Nitwits 12:30 Red Hand Gang 1 PM Cliffwood Avenue Kids 1:30 New Mickey Mouse Club 2 PM Soul Train (Barry White and the Love Unlimited Orchestra) 3 PM Black Forum 3:30 Ironside 4:30 The Archies 5 PM Wild Kingdom 5:30 New Mickey Mouse Club 6 PM News 6:30 Wrestling (from Raleigh) 7:30 Inside Area 10 (LIN Broadcasting must have identified its stations' coverage area this way; at the time they were sole owners of KXAS Fort Worth/Dallas and identified its coverage area as "Area 5".) 8 PM Bionic Woman 9 PM NBC Movie: "Family Plot" 11:20 News 11:50 Saturday Night Live (repeat from 1976: Lily Tomlin hosts, James Taylor is musical guest) 1:20 Movie: "I Bury The Living" 3:10 News 3:20 For You...Black Woman 3:50 Movie: "The Flying Serpent" 4:30 Ironside WWBT Ch. 12 Richmond (NBC) 7 AM Whistle Stop (sister station WBTV had a kids' show by this name--wonder if it's the same?) 7:30 Courtship Of Eddie's Father

8 AM Batman (same as the 6:30 AM episode on Ch. 10) 8:30 Our Gang 9 AM Little Rascals 9:30 Who, What Wherehouse (not a revival of "The Who, What Or Where Game" obviously, but a local kids' show) 10 AM Cliffwood Avenue Kids 10:30 I Am The Greatest: The Adventures Of Muhammad Ali 11 AM Thunder 11:30 Search And Rescue 12 N Baggy Pants And The Nitwits 12:30 Changing Focus 1 PM Movie: "The Harvey Girls" (Judy Garland and Ray Bolger team up again; watch for a young Angela Lansbury, not long from England--this is 1945) 3 PM Movie: "The Prisoner Of Zenda" 5 PM Lone Ranger 5:30 Sha Na Na (guest: Frank Gorshin) 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News (John Hart) 7 PM Emergency One! 8 PM Bionic Woman 9 PM NBC Movie: "Family Plot" 11:20 News 11:50 Saturday Night Live WVEC Ch. 13 Norfolk (ABC) 6:30 Comedy Time 7:30 Hot Fudge 8 AM All-New Superfriends Hour 9 AM Scooby's All-Star Laff-A-Lympics 11 AM Krofft Supershow 12 N ABC Weekend Special 12:30 College Football Pregame 12:45 College Football: Penn State-Pitt 4 PM Army-Navy Game (time approximate) 7 PM Lawrence Welk (time approximate, theme is storybook songs) 8 PM Tabitha 8:30 Operation Petticoat 9 PM Starsky & Hutch 10 PM Love Boat 11 PM ABC News (Sylvia Chase/Tom Jarriel) 11:15 News 11:30 Movie: "Pillars Of The Sky" 1 AM Conversation 1:30 News/Alcoholics Anonymous WHRO Ch. 15 Norfolk (PBS) 8 AM Antiques 8:30 Consumer Survival Kit 9 AM Crockett's Victory Garden 9:30 French Chef 10 AM I, Claudius (Part 3) 11 AM Forsyte Saga

12 N Camera Three (this may have been a program pre-empted on Ch. 3 Norfolk; it did move to PBS for about a year after CBS canceled it in 1979) 12:30 off the air 5 PM The Best Of Families 6 PM Age Of Uncertainty (subject: poverty and land distribution) 7 PM Nova (profile of Linus Pauling) 8 PM Microbes And Men (stories of Louis Pasteur and Robert Koch) 9 PM Pro Soccer 10 PM Movie: "Kameradschaft" (German, 1931, recreates a 1906 mine disaster on the Franco-German border) sign off 11:35 PM WCVE Ch. 23 Richmond (PBS) 7:30 P.S. 23 8 AM Wild Wild World Of Animals 8:30 Microbes And Men (same as Ch. 15) 9:30 VTR (film about a ghastly glove whose owner walks it on a leash) 10 AM Lilias, Yoga And You 10:30 Crafty Creations 11 AM Parent Effectiveness 11:30 Belly Dancing For Fun And Health 12 N French Chef 12:30 Crockett's Victory Garden 1 PM Sesame Street 2 PM Electric Company 2:30 Sesame Street 3:30 Electric Company 4 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 4:30 The Commanders (WWII biographies) 5:30 Best Of Ernie Kovacs 6 PM The Best Of Families (Part 5) 7 PM Membership-Pledge Drive 7:10 Once Upon A Classic: "Robin Hood," Part 8 7:40 Membership-Pledge Drive 7:50 Music (Murray Sidlin explains the role of the orchestra conductor.) 8:20 Membership-Pledge Drive 8:30 Festival In Vienna (Vienna Symphony) 9:30 High School Football (Maggie Walker vs. Armstrong, taped) sign off 12 M WYAH (WGNT) Ch. 27 Portsmouth (Ind.) 7 AM Jetsons 7:30 Huck 'n Yogi 8 AM Popeye 'n Bugs Bunny 9 AM Jonny Quest 9:30 Brady Kids

10 AM Superman 10:30 Tarzan 11:30 Lone Ranger 12 N Movie: "White Feather" 2 PM Laredo 3 PM High Chaparral 4 PM Big Valley 5 PM Bonanza 6 PM Movie: "The Enemy Below" 8 PM Holiday In Melodyland 8:30 Rex Humbard 9:30 The Lesson 10 PM Oral Roberts 10:30 George & Diane Ivey (gospel music) 11 PM Rifleman 11:30 Journey To Adventure WVIR Ch. 29 Charlottesville (NBC) 8 AM Marlo And The Magic Movie Machine (the year: 1956, focus on Jackie Robinson) 9 AM Big Blue Marble 9:30 Animal World 10 AM Wild Kingdom (Ch. 29 certainly wouldn't have had a problem with the E/I rules had they existed then; they needed just one more half-hour.) 10:30 I Am The Greatest: The Adventures Of Muhammad Ali 11 AM Thunder 11:30 Search And Rescue 12 N Baggy Pants And The Nitwits 12:30 R.F.D. Hollywood 1 PM Wrestling (probably from Raleigh) 2 PM Movie: "Trial Run" 4 PM Movie: "Madigan" (pilot for the 1972 Richard Widmark segment of NBC's Wednesday Mystery Movie) 6 PM Movie: "The Thing" (James Arness in the title role) 8 PM Bionic Woman 9 PM NBC Movie: "Family Plot" 11:20 Sha Na Na (guest: Zsa Zsa Gabor) 11:50 Saturday Night Live 1:20 Circuit Rider WVPT Ch. 51 Harrisonburg (PBS) 8 AM Sesame Street 9 AM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 9:30 Electric Company 10 AM Once Upon A Classic (same as Ch. 23) 10:30 Daniel Foster, M.D. 11 AM Consultation (medical advice) 11:30 Consumer Survival Kit 12 N Better Way 12:30 Crockett's Victory Garden 1 PM Hodgepodge Lodge

1:30 Flower Show 2 PM Word On Words 2:30 Guppies To Groupers 3 PM By-Line 3:30 Opa! (don't know what this is) 4 PM Garden Show 4:30 Cinema Showcase 5 PM The Best Of Families (Part 5) 6 PM Images Of Aging 7 PM Black Perspective On The News 7:30 Music (same as Ch. 23) 8 PM Forsyte Saga 9 PM Jacques Cousteau: "Calypso's Search For The Britannic" (the Titanic's sister ship which sank mysteriously during World War I) 10 PM Movie: "Kameradschaft" sign off 11:35 PM From TV Guide, Eastern Virginia Edition: WHSV Ch. 3 Harrisonburg (NBC/ABC) 7 AM Light Unto My Path 7:30 Jabberjaw (delay from Sun 10:30 AM) 8 AM All New Superfriends Hour 9 AM Scooby's All-Star Laff-A-Lympics 11 AM Krofft Supershow 12 N Good News (religion) 12:30 College Football Pregame Show 12:45 College Football: Penn State-Pitt 4 PM Army-Navy Game (time approximate) 7 PM Hee Haw (time approximate) 8 PM Tabitha (you know this one: Samantha's now-grown daughter works at a TV station) 8:30 Operation Petticoat 9 PM Starsky & Hutch 10 PM Love Boat (passengers include Phil Silvers, Gary Burghoff, and Jane Curtin) 11 PM James Robison Presents 11:30 700 Club 12:30 Dateline: Religion It would be about another ten years after these listings that WHSV would begin to offer weekend news even though by the mid 80's WHSV would start to cut back on the religious programming that they had aired outside of sports, Hee Haw and of course ABC programming. Local WAZT was one chief reason as most of that kind of programming would move there. When WHSV did start offering news on the weekends, they had their critics. The biggest was the Harrisonburg Daily News-Record as that paper then ( and still do..in a way ) believe in that "Day of Rest" rule. I say "in a way' is because since even though the Daily News Record still doesn't do a Sunday paper for Harrisonburg they DO publish that Staunton paper..on Sunday but it isn't available in Harrisonburg. Figure that one out. Three North Carolina stations also said '"no" to "Soap,"

and two of them get into Virginia: WRAL Raleigh and WGHP High Point (WCCB Charlotte was the third). Charlotte viewers wouldn't begin seeing "Soap" until WSOC switched from NBC to ABC in 1978; WGHP also picked it up, but WRAL, AFAIK, never did carry it. Back in the 70's didn't North Carolina have in place some sort of strict "morals clause" for those who were employed to do TV and radio in that state? One of my former co-workers was offered a job to do radio in Raleigh in the early 70's ( 1973 actually ) for then WRNC-AM. While he got the job only to end up losing it later because he wasn't married ( that is what he said to me anyway ). Come to think of it I seem to remember hearing 1110 WBT one nite back in the 70's only to hear some annoucer saying that "..tonight is my last night on the air due to the fact that I am not married and I can no longer be on WBT..I must move on.." There could very well be more to all of this..but even if only 50% of this applies I can see "Soap" being taboo in North Carolina..at least at first anyway. Retro; New York City, Friday, December 5, 1941 Source; New York Times Channels/Stations 1-WNBT (NBC, now WNBC ch. 4) 2-WCBW (CBS, now WCBS-TV) 4-W2XWV (Dumont, now WNYW/Fox, ch. 5) No morning programming AFTERNOON 2:30 2-News 2:45 2-Film (no title listed) 3:15 2-Children's Story; Chippendale Dam 3:30 1-Film; Land of the Cree 3:40 1-Film; Blazing Barriers (drama, 1937); Frank Coghlan, Jr., Florine McKinney, Milburn Stone EVENING 6:00 4-Tests and selected films (to 8:00) 8:00 2-News Reports 8:15 2-National Defense Program 8:30 1-Jerry Sears; music 9:00 1-Common Knowledge (quiz) 2-Sports with Bob Edge; Badminton (to 10)

9:30 1-Face of the War (news/documentary); Sam Cuff, host Channel 4 programming was intermittently scheduled prior to the FCC grant of a full commercial license as WABD in 1944. Channels 1 and 2 signed off at 10 PM during this period. Retro: Western Illinois Sat, Dec 3, 1983 from TV Guide-Western Illinois edition WTTW and WTVP were in pledge periods, times subject to change ABC stations may interrupt late-morning/early-afternoon programs for D-II or D-III college football playoff coverage WBBM 2-CBS Chicago late-night listings only 4:05am Movie "Terror on the 40th Floor" 4:45 Take It from Here KTVO 3-ABC Kirksville/Ottumwa 7:00 Best of Scooby-Doo 7:30 Little Rascals/Richie Rich 8:00 Monchhichis 8:30 Pac-Man 9:00 Rubik the Amazing Cube 9:30 Littles 10:00 Puppy's Further Adventures 10:30 New Scooby & Scrappy-Doo 11:00 Weekend Special "The Secret World of Og" (pt 1) 11:30 American Bandstand (guests Dave Davies, and the Mary Jane Girls) 12:30 Music Magazine 1:00 US Farm Report 1:30 Showcase 3 2:00 Sportsbeat (looks at Atlanta Hawk Mike Glenn's work with deaf children) 2:30 College Football Today 2:50 College Football: Alabama-Auburn 6:00 Solid Gold (guests Irene Cara, Bonnie Tyler, Huey Lewis & the News, Lee Greenwood, and Jennifer Holiday; plus McCartney and Jackson's video "Say Say Say") 7:00 T.J. Hooker 8:00 Love Boat 9:00 Fantasy Island 10:00 ABC News 10:15 News 10:30 Solid Gold Christmas (Marilyn McCoo and the Solid Gold Dancers count down the top 40 Christmas songs with help from Barry Manilow, Roberta Flack, Laura Braningan, Crystal Gayle, the Chipmunks, Donna Summer, the Oak Ridge Boys, and Marie Osmond) 12:30 Movie "Machine Gun McCain" WHBF 4-CBS Quad Cities 6:30 Better Way 7:00 Biskitts 7:30 Saturday Supercade 8:30 Dungeons & Dragons 9:00 Plasticman 9:30 Charlie Brown & Snoopy 10:00 Benji, Zax & the Alien Prince

10:30 Bugs Bunny/Road Runner 11:00 NCAA Today 11:30 College Football: Florida State-Florida 3:00 College Basketball: Indiana-Kentucky 5:00 Jeffersons 5:30 CBS Evening News 6:00 Tale of the Christmas Toys 7:00 Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer (celebrating 45 years on the air this year) 8:00 Movie "Quarterback Princess" 10:00 News 10:30 Switch 11:30 Harry O 12:30 This is Your Life WOC 6-NBC Quad Cities 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 & the Incredible Hulk 11:30 Thundarr noon Muppet Show 12:30 Wild Kingdom 1:00 College Basketball: UCLA-Notre Dame 3:00 SportsWorld: Women's World Invitational Gymnastics Classic/International Pro Ski Challenge Race/Men's World Open Pocket Billiards Championships final 4:30 College Basketball Preview (Al McGuire previews the 83-84 season) 5:00 Newscope 5:30 NBC Nightly News 6:00 Solid Gold (same guests as on 3) 6:30 College Basketball: Amana-Hawkeye Classic consolation game, if Iowa is in it (otherwise 6 will run regular programs) 8:30 College Basketball: Amana-Hawkeye Classic championship game, same proviso as above 10:00 News 10:30 Saturday Night Live (hosts the Smothers Brothers/music by Big Country) mid. Star Search 1:00 News KHQA 7-CBS Quincy 6:00 Captain Kangaroo 7:00 Biskitts 7:30 Saturday Supercade 8:30 Dungeons & Dragons 9:00 Plasticman 9:30 Charlie Brown & Snoopy 10:00 Benji, Zax & the Alien Prince 10:30 US Farm Report 11:00 NCAA Today 11:30 College Football: Florida State-Florida 3:00 College Basketball: Indiana-Kentucky 5:00 News 5:15 Face the Tri-States 5:30 CBS Evening News 6:00 Hee Haw (guests Michael Murphey, Tennessee Ernie Ford, Chet Atkins, and Earl Klugh) 7:00 Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer

8:00 Movie "Quarterback Princess" 10:00 News 10:30 That (Good Ole) Nashville Music (guests Sonny James, Shelly West, and Jack Greene) 11:00 Star Search (guests Danny Thomas and Charlene Tilton) mid. America's Top 10 12:30 News WQAD 8-ABC Quad Cities 5:30 Real to Reel 6:00 Romper Room & Friends 6:30 Great Space Coaster 7:00 Best of Scooby-Doo 7:30 Little Rascals/Richie Rich 8:00 Monchhichis 8:30 Pac-Man 9:00 Rubik the Amazing Cube 9:30 Littles 10:00 Puppy's Further Adventures 10:30 New Scooby & Scrappy-Doo 11:00 Weekend Special "The Secret World of Og" (pt 1) 11:30 American Bandstand 12:30 America's Top 10 1:00 Flying High (local Junior Achievement students produced and directed this variety special) 1:30 Like It Is 2:00 Sportsbeat 2:30 College Football Today 2:50 College Football: Alabama-Auburn 6:00 Heisman Trophy Award 7:00 Lincoln-Douglas Debates (a re-enactment of the famous 1858 slavery debates during a Senate election campaign; Lincoln is played by play writer Stanley Wiklinski, with Fred Torstrup playing Douglas) 8:00 Love Boat 9:00 Fantasy Island 10:00 News 10:30 Movie "Framed" 12:30 Austin City Limits Encore 1:00 Movie "Escape from New York" 3:00 ABC News 3:15 News 3:45 CNN Headline News WGN 9-Ind Chicago 5:00 Morning Stretch 5:30 Dennis the Menace (bw) 6:00 Cartoons 6:15 Buyer's Forum 6:30 Three Score/Community Calendar 6:45 Cartoons 7:00 US Farm Report 7:30 World Tomorrow with Herbert W. Armstrong 8:00 Rex Humbard 8:30 Issues Unlimited 9:00 Charlando 9:30 Incredible Hulk 10:30 Kung Fu 11:30 Movie "The Optimists"

1:30 Movie "Mexican Hayride" (bw) 3:00 America's Top 10 3:30 Soul Train 4:30 Good Times 5:00 Welcome Back, Kotter 5:30 Little House on the Prairie 6:30 At the Movies 7:00 Odd Couple 7:30 College Basketball: Illinois State-DePaul 9:30 News 10:00 NBA: Chicago-Dallas (same-day tape) 12:30 Solid Gold 1:30 INN News 2:00 From the Editor's Desk 2:30 Movie "The Great Missouri Raid" 4:30 Dennis the Menace (bw) WGEM 10-NBC Quincy 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 & the Incredible Hulk 11:30 Thundarr noon By the Way 12:30 Lorne Greene's New Wilderness 1:00 College Basketball: UCLA-Notre Dame 3:00 Sportsworld 4:30 College Basketball Preview 5:00 Taking Advantage 5:30 NBC Nightly News 6:00 News 6:30 Dance Fever (music from Finis Henderson/judges Mary Crosby, Stuart Damon, and Ronnie Schell) 7:00 Diff'rent Strokes 7:30 Silver Spoons (guest stars Menudo) 8:00 Manimal (new day) 9:00 Big John (pilot) 10:00 News 10:30 Saturday Night Live mid. Wrestling 1:00 News WTTW 11-PBS Chicago 7:00 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 7:30 Sesame Street 8:30 3-2-1 Contact 9:00 Movie "Eleanor and Franklin" (pt 1, this 1976 TV movie won 11 Emmys) 11:00 GED noon New Tech Times 12:30 Newton's Apple 1:00 Chicago's Secret Wilderness 1:55 Nature 2:55 Nova "Captives of Care" (a 1981 Aussie docudrama of a 1973 protest by severely disabled persons (who play themselves) concerning conditions in their institution)

4:00 Magic of Oil Painting 4:35 New This Old House 5:10 Dinner at Julia's 5:45 Sneak Previews 6:20 Wild America 7:00 Movie "A Man for All Seasons" 9:25 Alfred Hitchcock (bw) 10:00 Image Union 10:30 Kup's Show 11:35 David Susskind KIIN 12-PBS Iowa City 7:00 GED 7:30 Untamed World 8:00 Guitar with Frederick Noad 8:30 Images in Watercolor 9:00 Wine What Pleasure 9:30 New This Old House 10:00 Housewarming with Charlie Wing 10:30 World of Cooking 11:00 Teaching Writing: A Process Approach 11:30 Hablemos Espanol noon MotorWeek 12:30 Personal Finance 1:30 Microwave Cookery 2:00 Computer Programme 2:30 Magic of Decorative Painting 3:00 Needle & Eye 3:30 Wok Thru China 4:00 Antiques & Americana 4:30 Dinner at Julia's 5:00 Matinee at the Bijou 6:30 Touchstone 7:00 Bix Beiderbecke Jazz Festival 7:30 Agronsky & Company 8:00 Movie "Silent Running" 10:00 Jacques Cousteau (the explorer heads down to Florida's St. John's River to examine the manatee) 11:00 Kup's Show (guests VP George H.W. Bush and John Kenneth Galbraith) WRAU 19-ABC Peoria 6:30 Better Way 7:00 Best of Scooby-Doo 7:30 Little Rascals/Richie Rich 8:00 Monchhichis 8:30 Pac-Man 9:00 Rubik the Amazing Cube 9:30 Littles 10:00 Puppy's Further Adventures 10:30 New Scooby & Scrappy-Doo 11:00 Weekend Special "The Secret World of Og" (pt 1) 11:30 American Bandstand 12:30 That Teen Show (look at adoption with guest Fr. Robert Vitillo of Peoria's Catholic Family & Community Services) 1:00 IHSA Class A Girls' High School Volleyball Championship (taped November 12th in Springfield)

2:30 College Football Today 2:50 College Football: Alabama-Auburn 6:00 Heisman Trophy Award 7:00 T.J. Hooker 8:00 Love Boat 9:00 Fantasy Island 10:00 News 10:30 Movie "The Internecine Project" 12:55 700 Club 1:55 ABC News WICS 20-NBC Springfield 6:30 US Farm Report 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 & the Incredible Hulk 11:30 Bullwinkle noon Saturday on 20 12:30 Healthbeat 1:00 College Basketball: UCLA-Notre Dame 3:00 Sportsworld 4:30 College Basketball Preview 5:00 Capitol Conference 5:30 NBC Nightly News 6:00 Hee Haw (same guests as 7) 7:00 Diff'rent Strokes 7:30 Silver Spoons 8:00 Manimal 9:00 Big John (pilot) 10:00 News 10:30 Saturday Night Live mid. At the Movies WEEK 25-NBC Peoria 7:00 Uncle Waldo's Cartoons 7:30 Shirt Tales 8:00 Smurfs 9:30 Alvin & the Chipmunks 10:00 Mr. T 10:30 Santa & the Three Bears 11:30 Great Santa Claus Caper (Raggedy Ann and Andy) noon US Farm Report 12:30 This Week in Country Music 1:00 College Basketball: UCLA-Notre Dame 3:00 Wild Kingdom 3:30 Stress Test 4:00 Taking Advantage 4:30 On & Off Country 5:00 Dance Fever 5:30 NBC Nightly News 6:00 News 6:30 At the Movies 7:00 Diff'rent Strokes

7:30 Silver Spoons 8:00 Manimal 9:00 Big John (pilot) 10:00 News 10:30 Saturday Night Live mid. Being with John F. Kennedy (reviewing the JFK Presidency) WMBD 31-CBS Peoria 6:00 Captain Kangaroo 7:00 Biskitts 7:30 Saturday Supercade 8:30 Dungeons & Dragons 9:00 Plasticman 9:30 Charlie Brown & Snoopy 10:00 Benji, Zax & the Alien Prince 10:30 Bugs Bunny/Road Runner 11:00 NCAA Today 11:30 College Football: Florida State-Florida 3:00 College Basketball: Indiana-Kentucky 5:00 TV Topic 5:30 News 6:00 Hee Haw (same guests as 7) 7:00 Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer 8:00 Movie "Quarterback Princess" 10:00 News 10:30 Movie "The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes" WFLD 32-Ind Chicago 6:00 Newstalk 6:30 Chicago '83 7:00 Our People 7:30 Six Million Dollar Man 8:30 Movie "It Conquered the World" (bw) 10:00 Movie "It Came from Outer Space" (bw) noon Movie "Tiger's Claw" 2:00 Movie "Demon Seed" 4:00 Baretta 5:00 Star Trek 6:00 Fame 7:00 Entertainment This Week 8:00 Star Search 9:00 How the West was Won 10:00 Benny Hill 10:30 Starsky & Hutch 11:30 In Our Defense mid. Movie "A Stolen Life" (bw) 2:00 Movie "That Certain Feeling" WBLN 43-Ind Bloomington 11:30 Krofft Supershow noon New Zoo Revue 12:30 CNN Headline News 1:00 Black Buffalo's Pow Wow 1:30 Fury (bw) 2:00 Movie "Ambush at Cimarron Pass" (bw) 3:30 Moody Science Series

4:00 ITF World Junior Tennis Championship 6:00 Star Search (Thomas/Tilton) 7:00 Movie "The Optimists" 9:00 Combat! (bw) 10:00 Movie "How Green was My Valley" (bw) mid. CNN Headline News WTVP 47-PBS Peoria 9:00 Sesame Street 10:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 11:25 Christmas is... (did many PBS stations run this syndied Lutheran special?) noon World of Cooking 12:30 New This Old House 1:00 Housewarming with Charlie Wing 1:30 Woodwright's Shop 2:00 Contemporary Health Issues 3:00 Understanding Human Behavior 4:00 Working Women 4:35 Powerhouse 5:10 Reading Rainbow 5:50 Sneak Previews 6:20 New Tech Times 7:00 From Star Wars to Jedi (behind the scenes of what was then the Star Wars trilogy) 8:30 Doctor Who (20th anniversary special as Doc Peter Davison runs into predecessors Richard Hurndall, Patrick Troughton, John Pertwee, and Tom Baker) 10:30 Grandstand '83 (Heart of Illinois Fair grandstand show highlights; performers include Janie Fricke, T.G. Sheppard, and Michael Murphey) WTBS-Ind Atlanta listings CT 5:00 CNN News 6:05 Between the Lines 6:35 Romper Room & Friends 7:05 Starcade 7:35 Movie "Revenge of the Gladiators" 9:35 Movie "Torn Curtains" (Hitchcock's 50th film) noon Movie "The War of the Worlds" 1:50 Movie "The Americano" 3:30 High Chapparal (College Scoreboard at 4) 4:35 Motorweek Illustrated 5:05 College Scoreboard 5:10 Wrestling 6:00 College Scoreboard 6:05 Wrestling 6:55 College Football Pre-Game 7:05 College Football: Air Force-San Diego State 10:20 Finite World 10:50 Night Tracks (to 5am CT) Retro: Boston/Providence/Manchester/Portland Fri, Dec 25, 1959 Because one of us has to start the Christmas posts Grin *dodging rotten tomatoes ** Cheesy from TV Guide-New England edition WGBH 2-Edu Boston 5pm Ruth Anne's Camp "The Littlest Angel"

6:00 Magic Doorways 6;15 Americans at Work 6:30 News 6:45 Background 7:00 Discovery 7:30 French 8:00 Progressive Norway 8:30 Great Plays in Rehearsal "The Misanthrope" 9:30 Christmas Painting 10:00 News WBZ 4-NBC Boston 6:00 Dateline: UN 6:30 Sign-On Seminar "Selected Prose and Poetry" 6:45 Daily Almanac 6:55 Weather 7:00 Today (News/Weather at 7:25/8:25) 9:00 Today at Home 9:30 Truth or Consequences 10:00 A Festival of Seven Lessons & Carols (live from National Cathedral in Washington) 11:00 Price is Right (c) 11:30 Concentration noon News 12:10 Weather 12:15 Big Brother 1:00 Movie "Duck Soup" 2:30 Movie "Stowaway" 4:00 House on High Street 4:30 Split Personality 5:00 Movie "Christmas in Connecticut" 6:45 News 6:55 Weather 7:00 Death Valley Days 7:30 People are Funny (in one segment, Linkletter tries out American humor on a guard in Berlin) 8:00 Troubleshooters "Swing Shift" 8:30 Night of Christmas (c) 9:30 M Squad "The Ivy League Bank Robbers" 10:00 Sports Highlights of 1959 (Don Dunphy and Win Elliot looks back at the year's sports stories) 10:30 Christmas Night at Temple Square (featuring the Mormon Tabernacle Choir) 11:00 News/Weather 11:15 Movies "The Sainted Sisters"/"Special Agent" WHDH 5-ABC/CBS/NBC Boston 7:00 Cartoons 7:30 Captain Bob 8:30 Ding Dong School 9:00 Romper Room (c) 9:45 Chris Evans 10:00 News (c) 10:15 We Believe (c) 10:30 Morning Playhouse 11:00 Story of the Pope (Bishop Fulton J. Sheen profiles Pius XII) noon Restless Gun 12:30 Farm & Home (c) 1:00 Music Bingo 1:30 Susie "Old Dog, New Tricks"

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 Bozo the Clown 5:30 Rin Tin Tin "The Christmas Story" 6:00 Dateline Boston (c/madrigals with the Low Madrigaol group) 6:30 Life of Riley "Riley Takes Out Insurance" 7:00 NBC News 7:15 News/Sports (c) 7:25 Weather (c) 7:30 Walt Disney "Alice in Wonderland" (edited version of the Disney animated classic) 8:30 Man from Blackhawk "The Legacy" 9:00 77 Sunset Strip "The Juke-Box Caper" 10:00 Detectives "Masquerade" 10:30 Black Saddle "Client: Neal Adams" 11:00 News/Weather 11:15 Jack Paar WCSH 6-NBC Portland 5:50 Farm Report 6:00 Film Feature "A Star Shall Rise" 6:30 Year's Review 7:00 Today (News/Weather at 7:25/8:25) 9:00 Movie "Our Lady of Fatima" 9:30 Space Age Science 10:00 A Festival of Seven Lessons & Carols 11:00 Price is Right (c) 11:30 Concentration noon Truth or Consequences 12:30 It Could Be You (c) 1:00 Film Feature "World's Greatest Mother" 2:00 Queen for a Day 2:30 Thin Man 3:00 Young Dr. Malone 3:30 From These Roots 4:00 House on High Street 4:30 Split Personality 5:00 Popeye 5:30 Robin Hood 6:00 Huckleberry Hound 6:30 News/Sports/Weather 6:45 NBC News 7:00 Shotgun Slade 7:30 People are Funny 8:00 Troubleshooters "Swing Shift" 8:30 Night of Christmas (c) 9:30 M Squad "The Ivy League Bank Robbers" 10:00 Sports Highlights of 1959 10:30 Christmas Night on Temple Square 11:00 News/Weather 11:15 Jack Paar WNAC 7-CBS Boston 7:00 Laurel & Hardy

8:15 Captain Kangaroo 9:00 Morning Star Time 10:00 My Little Margie 10:30 TBA 11:00 I Love Lucy 11:30 December Bride noon Love of Life 12:30 Search for Tomorrow 12:45 Guiding Light 1:00 Louise Morgan (topic: Can you raise children by the book? There was an article in that week's TVG on the subject as well) 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 Catholic Mass (live from Boston's Catholic TV Center, presided by Cardinal Richard Cushing) 5:00 Movie "That's the Spirit" 6:30 Superman "The Jolly Roger" 7:00 White Hunter "Deadfall" 7:30 Rawhide "Incident of the Calico Gun" 8:30 Hotel de Paree "Sundance and the Bare-Kunckled Fighters" 9:00 Desilu Playhouse Christmas Suprise Package (featuring Jerry Antes, Bob Barran, Majel Barrett, Janice Carroll, Carole Cook, Georgine Darcy, Dick Kallman, Marilynn Lovell, Fran Martin, Gary Menteer, Johnny O'Neill, Bob Osborne, Roger Perry, Howie Storm, Mark Tobin, and Bob Trevis; cheering them on are Lucy, Desi, Hugh O'Brian, Ann Sothern, George Murphy, Rory Calhoun, Spring Byington, John Bromfield, William Demarest, Hedda Hopper, Vivian Vance, William Frawley, and Lassie) 10:00 Twilight Zone "What You Need" 10:30 Person to Person (Charles Collingwood in Paris with Jean-Pierre Aumont, his wife Marisa Pavan, and restaurant honcho Clause Terrail) 11:00 News/Weather 11:15 Movies "Good Sam"/"City of Chance" WMTW 8-ABC Poland Spring 8:45 Teddy Bear Cartoons 10:00 Ding Dong School 10:30 Movie: TBA noon Restless Run 12:30 Love That Bob! 1:00 Music Bingo 1:30 Christmas Story 2:00 Day in Court 2:30 Gale Storm 3:00 Beat the Clock 3:30 Who Do You Trust? 4:00 Catholic Mass (pick-up from WNAC; WMTW usually ran Bandstand here) 5:00 TBA 5:30 Rin Tin Tin "The Christmas Story" 6:00 Movie "The Emperor's Nightingale" (this 1951 Czech film features Jiri Trnka's puppets) 7:20 News/Weather 7:30 Walt Disney "Alice in Wonderland" 8:30 Man from Blackhawk "The Legacy" 9:00 77 Sunset Strip "The Juke-Box Caper" 10:00 Detectives "Masquerade" 10:30 Black Saddle "Client: Neal Adams"

11:00 News/Weather 11:10 Movie "Good News" WMUR 9-ABC Manchester 10:00 Cartoons 10:50 Movie: TBA (listed as Western) 11:50 News noon Restless Gun 12:30 Liberace 1:00 Music Bingo 1:30 American Legend 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 6:30 News/Sports/Weather 6:45 Movie "Wyoming" 8:30 Movie "Love, Honor and Goodbye" 10:00 Congressional Investigator "Psycho Quacks" 10:30 Black Saddle "Client: Neal Adams" 11:00 Sports 11:15 Movie "The Cheaters" WJAR 10-ABC/NBC Providence 6:30 TBA 7:00 Today (News/Weather at 7:25/8:25) 9:00 Movie "Always in My Heart" 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 "The Yearling" 2:30 Thin Man 3:00 Young Dr. Malone 3:30 From These Roots 4:00 House on High Street 4:30 Split Personality 5:00 Movie "Lost Angel" 6:30 News/Weather 6:45 NBC News 7:00 Annie Oakley "Annie and the Chinese Puzzle" 7:30 TBA 8:00 Troubleshooters "Swing Shift" 8:30 Night of Christmas (c) 9:30 M Squad "The Ivy League Bank Robbers" 10:00 Sports Highlights of 1959 10:30 Christmas Night on Temple Square 11:00 News/Weather 11:15 Movie "Captain January" WPRO 12-CBS Providence 7:00 Popeye 7:15 Storytime

7:45 Romper Room 8:15 Captain Kangaroo 9:00 Movie: TBA 10:30 News/Interviews 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 "Death is a Red Balloon" 1:30 As the World Turns 2:00 Life of Riley "Test for Gillis" 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 Roy Rogers "Mountain Pirates" 5:30 Salty Brine's Shack 6:30 News/Sports/Weather 6:45 CBS News 7:00 Flight "Red China Rescue" 7:30 Rawhide "Incident of the Calico Gun" 8:30 Hotel de Paree "Sundance and the Bare-Knuckled Fighters" 9:00 Desilu Playhouse Christmas Surprise Package 10:00 Twilight Zone "What You Need" 10:30 Person to Person 11:00 News/Weather 11:15 Jack Paar 1:00 Mike Wallace (guest Sammy Davis Jr.) WGAN 13-CBS Portland (the station's TVG ads billed their 1619' tower in Raymond ME as the world's tallest...which it was until KFVS Cape Girardeau erected theirs the following year) 8:00 News 8:15 Captain Kangaroo 9:00 Concept of Mathematics 9:30 Morning Beat 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 Way of Life 1:30 As the World Turns 2:00 From 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 Comedy Time 5:30 White Hunter "Sister, Mr. Spouse" 6:00 Frontier Doctor "Cattle Drive"

6:30 News/Sports/Weather 6:45 CBS News 7:00 Counterspy 7:30 Rawhide "Incident of the Calico Gun" 8:30 Hotel de Paree "Sundance and the Bare-Knuckled Fighters" 9:00 Desilu Playhouse Christmas Surprise Package 10:00 Twilight Zone "What You Need" 10:30 Person to Person 11:00 News/Weather 11:15 Movie "Miracle on 34th Street" Retro: Atlanta/Chattanooga/Macon Sunday, July 4, 1976 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 Glorious Fourth (NBC's 10-hour coverage of Bicentennial events around the country; since this is WSB, not all of it will air in Atlanta.) 12 N News 12:30 Salute 2 America Parade Preview 1 PM Glorious Fourth 3 PM Salute 2 America Parade (WSB's annual event-now discontinued. Celebrities participating include Robert Fuller, Garrett Morris, Sid Caesar, Tom Kennedy, the Hager twins from "Hee Haw", Alex Trebek, Gavin MacLeod, and Karen Valentine.) 5 PM Lawrence Welk (first of two Bicentennial shows, time approximate) 6 PM News 6:30 Sunday News Conference 7 PM Happy Birthday, America (Paul Anka hosts; performers include Gloria Loring, Arte Johnson, Roy Rogers and Dale Evans, Evel Knievel, Mark Spitz, K.C. and the Sunshine Band) 8:30 Bob Hope (guests: Sammy Davis Jr., the Captain and Tennille, Debbie Reynolds, Donny and Marie Osmond) 10 PM Best Of The Fourth (John Chancellor and David Brinkley recap highlights of the day.) 11 PM News 11:30 Sammy And Company (Sammy Davis Jr.'s talk show; guests are Dr. Joyce Brothers, Monty Hall, Peter Marshall, and Bob Eubanks) 1 AM News WRCB Ch. 3 Chattanooga (NBC) 6:30 Gospel Singing Jubilee 7 AM Ernest Angley 8 AM Voice Of Victory 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 Meet The Press (from the National Governors' Conference in Philadelphia: Govs. Milton Shapp (D-PA), Robert Ray (R-IA), Michael Dukakis (D-MA), Mills Godwin Jr. (R-VA), Wendell Anderson (D-MN)) 1 PM Glorious Fourth 6 PM Basic Black 7 PM Happy Birthday, America 8:30 Bob Hope 10 PM Best Of The Fourth 11 PM Good News 11:30 700 Club WAGA Ch. 5 Atlanta (CBS) 6 AM Summer Semester: "Transformation Of American Society" 6:30 Sacred Heart 6:45 Living Word 7 AM Insight 7:30 This Is The Life 8 AM In Celebration Of US (Walter Cronkite anchors CBS's daylong coverage of Bicentennial events.) 10:30 Latin Atlanta '76 11 AM Church Service 12 N In Celebration Of US 6 PM News 6:30 In Celebration Of US 11 PM News 11:30 In Celebration Of US (recap) 12 M Great American Music Celebration (performers: Lorne Greene, Dionne Warwick, Harve Presnell) WGTV Ch. 8 Athens/Atlanta (PBS) 12 N Sesame Street 1 PM Sound Of Youth 1:30 Music And The Spoken Word 2 PM Bonjour France (French lessons) 2:30 Old Testament Personalities 3 PM Making It Count 3:30 Shakespeare And The Bible 4 PM Forum 4:30 Third Testament 5:30 Burglar-Proofing 6 PM Five String Breakdown: Advanced Banjo 6:30 American Freedom Train (the planning and development of a 25-car train carrying American documents and other artifacts) 7 PM Midnight Ride Of Paul Revere (musical) 8 PM Evening At Pops 9 PM Masterpiece Theatre ("Notorious Woman," Part 5, about the life of novelist George Sand--

a woman) 10 PM Savannah Symphony (may run past 11 PM) WTVC Ch. 9 Chattanooga (ABC) 7:30 Directions (delay from 12:30 PM) 8 AM Call Of Calvary 8:30 Today's Living 9 AM Mull's Singing Convention 10 AM Prosperity, Way Of Living 11 AM Great American Birthday Party (ABC carries President Ford's address from Independence Hall.) 12 N League Of Women Voters 12:30 Church Service 1:30 Know Your Bible 2 PM Backyard Safari 2:30 Tarzan 3:30 Twelfth Annual Springnationals (drag racing) 4:30 World Invitational Tennis women's singles final: Chris Evert vs. Evonne Goolagong 6 PM Space: 1999 7 PM Glory Road West 8 PM ABC Movie: "The New Land" 10 PM Great American Birthday Party (Harry Reasoner with highlights of the day) 11 PM ABC News (Bill Beutel) 11:15 Ironside WXIA Ch. 11 Atlanta (ABC) 5 AM Great American Celebration (from Sat 7 PM) 7 AM Human Dimension 7:30 Rex Humbard 8:30 Church Service 9 AM Hour Of Power (Robert Schuller) 10 AM Revival Of America 10:30 Garner Ted Armstrong 11 AM Church Service 12 N Issues And Answers (Prince Philip is interviewed at Buckingham Palace.) 12:30 Crossroads 1:30 Ebony Beat Journal 2 PM Movie: "Stars And Stripes Forever" 3:30 Great American Birthday Party (New York's Operation Sail, San Francisco's Silver Eagle Regatta, nationwide bell-ringing) 4:30 Tennis (see Ch. 9) 6 PM News 6:30 Hollywood Squares (Sammy Davis Jr., Ernest Borgnine, Nancy Sinatra, Leslie Uggams) 7 PM Glory Road West 8 PM ABC Movie: "The New Land" 10 PM Great American Birthday Party 11 PM News 11:30 Mission: Impossible

12:30 Crossroads 1:30 ABC News WDEF Ch. 12 Chattanooga (CBS) 6:30 Public Policy Forums 7:30 Chaplain Of Bourbon Street (Bob Harrington) 8 AM Jerry Falwell 8:30 Don Clowers (religion) 9 AM Jimmy Swaggart 9:30 Bible Herald Hour 10 AM Hour Of Power 11 AM Here And Now 11:30 Church Service 12 N Bread Of Life 12:30 In Celebration Of US 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News (Bob Schieffer) 7 PM In Celebration Of US 8 PM Billy Graham (from the College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, VA) 9 PM In Celebration Of US 11 PM TBA 11:30 In Celebration Of US 12 M Movie: "Apache Uprising" WMAZ Ch. 13 Macon (CBS) 7 AM Good News 7:30 This Is The Life 8 AM In Celebration Of US 11 AM Mabel White Baptist Church 12 N In Celebration Of US 6 PM Close Up 6:30 CBS News 7 PM In Celebration Of US 11 PM CBS News (Morton Dean) 11:15 Robins Report 11:30 In Celebration Of US 12 M Bonanza WDCO Ch. 15 (WMUM Ch. 29) Cochran/ WCLP (WNGH) Ch. 18 Chatsworth (PBS) 2 PM Bonjour France 2:30 Old Testament Personalities 3 PM Making It Count 3:30 Shakespeare And The Bible 4 PM Black Perspective On The News 4:30 Job Man Caravan 5 PM Story Behind The Story 5:30 Crockett's Victory Garden 6 PM 200 Years Of Readiness (salute to the military) 6:30 World Press 7 PM Nova (the search for life on Mars)

8 PM Evening At Pops 9 PM Masterpiece Theatre 10 PM Olympiad (subject: the marathon) sign off 11 PM WTCG (WPCH) Ch. 17 Atlanta (Ind.) 5:40 World At Large 6 AM Public Policy Forums 7 AM Ag-U.S.A. 7:30 Revival Fires 8 AM Three Stooges And Friends 9 AM Lost In Space 10 AM Hazel 10:30 Movie: "Sergeant York" 1:45 Movie: "The Gallant Hours" 4 PM Baseball: Braves-Giants 6:30 Greatest Sports Legends (time approximate) 7 PM Star Trek 8 PM Movie: "Yankee Doodle Dandy" 10:30 We The People (variety show using Atlanta talent) sign off 12 M WETV (WPBA) Ch. 30 Atlanta (PBS) 6 PM Wall Street Week 6:30 William Penn: The Passionate Quaker 7 PM Firing Line 8 PM Rivals Of Sherlock Holmes 9 PM Masterpiece Theatre 10 PM Bill Moyers' Journal (the relevance of the American Revolution to the 1970s) sign off 11 PM WCWB (WMGT) Ch. 41 Macon (NBC) 8 AM Glorious Fourth 12 N Meet The Press 1 PM Glorious Fourth 6 PM Middle Georgia's Glorious Fourth 7 PM Happy Birthday, America 8:30 Bob Hope 10 PM Best Of The Fourth 11 PM Wayne Tyler (music) WTCI Ch. 45 Chattanooga (PBS) 5 PM Erica (needlework) 5:30 Crockett's Victory Garden 6 PM TBA 6:30 World Press 7 PM 200 Years Revisited 8 PM Evening At Pops 9 PM Masterpiece Theatre 10 PM Olympiad sign off 11 PM

WHAE (WGCL) Ch. 46 Atlanta (Ind.) 7 AM Human Dimension 7:30 Rev. Leonard Repass 8 AM Jerry Falwell 9 AM Wheat Street Baptist Church 9:30 Message To The Nation (Shirley Caesar) 10 AM Assembly Of God Tabernacle 10:30 Chaplain Of Bourbon Street 11 AM Church Service 12:15 Pastor's Study 12:30 Acts 29 1 PM Dimensions 1:30 America's Problems And Challenges 2 PM Jimmy Swaggart 2:30 Happy Hunters 3 PM Assembly Of God Tabernacle 3:30 Ernest Angley Miracle Crusade 4 PM Faith For Our Times 4:30 It's A New Day 5 PM Amazing Grace Bible Class 5:30 Release The World For Christ 6 PM Waters Family 6:30 Deaf Hear 7 PM The Story 7:30 Countdown To A Miracle 8:30 Charisma 9 PM Ernest Angley 10 PM Laverne Tripp 10:30 Max Morris (gospel music) 11 PM Midnight Meditation WRIP (WDSI) Ch. 61 Chattanooga (Ind.) 8 AM Cartoons And Comedies 8:30 Three Stooges 9 AM Gigantor 9:30 Cartoons And Comedies 10 AM Rin Tin Tin 10:30 Three Stooges 11 AM Cartoons And Comedies 11:30 Underdog 12 N Cartoons And Comedies 12:30 Lassie 1 PM Leonard Repass 1:30 Film 1:45 Davey And Goliath 2 PM Paul Harvey Bible Stories 2:30 Pastor Of The Week 3 PM Revival Church Of God 3:30 Rev. J. Wesley Brogdon 4 PM Word Of God School 4:30 This Is The Life 5 PM United Christian Church 5:30 Herald Of Truth

6 PM Insight 6:30 Children's Gospel Hour 7 PM Liberty Faith Temple 7:30 Leonard Repass 8 PM Jerry Falwell 9 PM Human Dimension 9:30 Outdoors With Ken Callaway 10 PM Mr. Chips 10:30 Quest For Adventure 11 PM Dr. J. Harold Smith sign off 11:05 PM Retro: Eastern Illinois Sat, Nov 30, 1963 from TV Guide-Eastern Illinois edition WCIA 3-CBS Champaign 6:30 Sunrise Semester "Outlines of Art" 7:00 Captain Kangaroo 8:00 Alvin 8:30 Tennessee Tuxedo 9:00 Quick Draw McGraw 9:30 Mighty Mouse 10:00 Rin Tin Tin 10:30 Roy Rogers 11:00 Sky King 11:30 History Telecourse "New Dealism: Second Phase" noon College Football: Army-Navy Game 3:00 Football Scoreboard 3:15 CBS All-America Team (selecting America's best college football players) 3:45 Cartoon Carnival 4:00 I Search for Adventure "Thirty Days Before the Mast" 4:30 What Do You Say? 5:00 Hop 6:00 News/Weather/Sports 6:30 Jackie Gleason 7:30 Defenders "The Seal of Confession" 8:30 Phil Silvers "Harry Who?" 9:00 Gunsmoke 10:00 Wanted-Dead or Alive "Prison Trail" 10:30 News/Weather/Sports 11:00 Movie "The Detective" WTVP 17-Decatur, W70AF-Champaign/Urbana (ABC) 9:30 Jetsons 10:00 Casper 10:30 Beany & Cecil 11:00 Bugs Bunny 11:30 Allakazam noon My Friend Flicka 12:30 American Bandstand (guests Chubby Checker and Donald Jenkins) 1:30 Bourbon Street Beat "Interrupted Wedding" 2:30 Texan "The Duchess of Denver" 3:00 ABC Wide World of Sports: 1963 Grey Cup, from Vancouver as the hometown BC Lions fall to Hamilton 21-10

6:00 Laughs for Sale 6:30 Hootenanny (guests the Tarriers, Josh White, the Brothers Four, Ian & Sylvia (Tyson), Will Holt, Elan Stuart, John Carignon and Woody Allen; taped at the University of Pittsburgh) 7:30 Lawrence Welk 8:30 Jerry Lewis (guests Pearl Bailey, Phil Foster, Peter Nero, Jack Jones, and Lucho Navarro) 10:30 Untouchables 11:30 Roaring 20s "Coney Red Hots" WTVH 19-Peoria, W78AC-LaSalle/Peru (ABC) 9:00 My Friend Flicka 9:30 Jetsons 10:00 Casper 10:30 Beany & Cecil 11:00 Bugs Bunny 11:30 Allakazam noon Farm Report 12:30 American Bandstand 1:30 Bids from the Kids 2:30 Sea Hunt 3:00 ABC Wide World of Sports: 1963 Grey Cup 6:00 Laughs for Sale 6:30 Hootenanny 7:30 Lawrence Welk 8:30 Jerry Lewis 10:30 Untouchables "The Big Squeeze" 11:30 Rebel "Berserk" mid. Movie "Convicted" WICS 20-Springield/WICD 24-Danville/WCHU 33-Champaign (NBC) (24 had no color facilities) 8:30 Ruff & Reddy (c) 9:00 Hector Heathcote (c) 9:30 Fireball XL-5 10:00 Dennis the Menace 10:30 Fury 11:00 Sergeant Preston 11:30 Bullwinkle (c) noon Exploring (c/medicine is the episode theme) 1:00 Mr. Wizard 1:30 Religious Instruction "Judean Ministry" 2:30 Roller Derby 3:30 Great Moments in Music 3:45 TBA 4:00 NFL Highlights 4:30 Captain Gallant 5:00 Championship Bowling: Pat Patterson v Ray Schanen 6:00 News 6:10 Bowling Tips 6:15 NBC News 6:30 Lieutenant "Fall from a White Horse" 7:30 Joey Bishop "Joey Jr's TV Debut" (c) 8:00 Saturday Night at the Movies "Count Your Blessings" (c) 10:00 News 10:10 Local News 10:15 Weather 10:20 Sports 10:30 Hollywood & the Stars "The Great Lovers"

11:00 Movie "Lifeboat" WMBD 31-Peoria, W71AE LaSalle/Peru (CBS) 6:30 Sunrise Semester "Outlines of Art" 7:00 Captain Kangaroo 8:00 Alvin 8:30 Tennessee Tuxedo 9:00 Quick Draw McGraw 9:30 Mighty Mouse 10:00 Rin Tin Tin 10:30 Roy Rogers 11:00 Sky King 11:30 CBS News 11:45 Football Feature: preview of the Army-Navy Game noon College Football: Army-Navy Game 3:00 Football Scoreboard 3:15 CBS All-America Team (selecting America's best college football players) 3:45 Air Force Story 4:00 Film Feature "South of Germany" 4:30 Peter Gunn "Wings of an Angel" 5:00 Hop 6:00 News/Weather/Sports 6:30 Jackie Gleason 7:30 Defenders "The Seal of Confession" 8:30 Phil Silvers "Harry Who?" 9:00 Gunsmoke 10:00 News 10:15 Weather 10:20 Sports 10:30 Movie "The Invisble Man's Revenge" 11:55 Movie "Chinatown Squad" WEEK 43-Peoria/WEEQ 35-LaSalle (NBC) 8:00 Captain Gallant 8:30 Ruff & Reddy (c) 9:00 Hector Heathcote (c) 9:30 Fireball XL-5 10:00 Dennis the Menace 10:30 Fury 11:00 Sergeant Preston 11:30 Bullwinkle (c) noon Exploring (c/medicine is the episode theme) 1:00 Movie "Cannibal Attack" 2:00 Movie "Jesse James vs the Daltons" 3:00 Chicago Wrestling 4:00 NFL Highlights 4:30 Top Star Bowling 5:00 Dragnet 6:00 News/Weather/Sports 6:30 Lieutenant "Fall from a White Horse" 7:30 Joey Bishop "Joey Jr's TV Debut" (c) 8:00 Saturday Night at the Movies "Count Your Blessings" (c) 10:00 News 10:10 Local News 10:15 Weather 10:20 Sports

10:30 Movie "Bernardine" Retro: Atlanta/Chattanooga/Macon Sunday, December 6, 1964 A red-letter day. See why below. From TV Guide, Georgia (Atlanta) Edition: WSB Ch. 2 Atlanta (NBC) 7 AM Light Unto My Path 7:30 Dixie Singin' 8:30 Gospel Jubilee 9 AM Cartoon Cavalcade 10 AM Mighty Hercules (COLOR) 10:30 Wild Kingdom (delay from 5 PM) 11 AM Church Service 12 N Probe (Dr. Albert E. Burke) 12:30 Movie: "I'll See You In My Dreams"-about the life of composer Gus Kahn-Doris Day and Danny Thomas appear in this one from '52) 3 PM Whirlybirds 3:30 Movie: "Glory" (a little girl and her grandmother try to get their horse entered in the Kentucky Derby--two of the stars are perfect for this sort of thing: Margaret O'Brien and Walter Brennan-from '56) (COLOR) 5:25 News, Weather 5:30 Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer (this is the redletter event, the first airing of the Yuletide perennial) (COLOR) 6:30 Profiles In Courage (Dan O'Herlihy as Prof. Richard Ely, an economics professor at the University of Wisconsin who, in 1894, took a stand for academic freedom when a politician said he was too radical. O'Herlihy's brother Michael directed.) 7:30 Walt Disney's Wonderful World Of Color: "Big Red," an Irish setter owned by a sportsman and cared for by an orphan. Walter Pidgeon stars. Part 1 of 2 (COLOR) 8:30 Bill Dana (watch for two familiar character actors: Ken Lynch, who plays the state police officer usually outsmarted by Andy on "The Andy Griffith Show", and Art Batanides, who seemed to make a career playing comic gangsters) 9 PM Bonanza (watch for James Gregory, Inspector Luger on "Barney Miller") (COLOR) 10 PM The Rogues (great cast: Charles Boyer, David Niven, Robert Coote, but it didn't work--trivia note: the villain tonight is named Paul Mannix, and the script is by Richard Levinson and William Link, who would, three years later, create another Mannix--Joe) 11 PM News, Weather 11:20 Movie: "Green Dolphin Street" (Donna Reed appears in this one from '47) WRCB Ch. 3 Chattanooga (NBC) 8 AM Gospel Time

8:30 Gospel Caravan 9:30 Living Word 9:45 Christopher Program 10 AM Herald Of Truth 10:30 It Is Written 11 AM Brave Stallion (syndicated title for "Fury") 11:30 Showcase Of Stars 12 N Trails West (selected episodes of "Death Valley Days") 12:30 Mr. Wizard 1 PM Jaycee Question 1:25 Local News 1:30 Eternal Light ("Immortal Journey," about the life of abolitionist and woman suffragist Sojourner Truth) 2 PM Heaven's Jubilee 3 PM December Bride 3:30 Big Story 4 PM Sunday (John Chancellor from the Republican Governors' Conference; Peter Hackes and Elie Abel on Prime Minister Harold Wilson's visit to the U.S.; scenes of the filming of "The Americanization Of Emily" and "The Flight Of The Sandpiper." Frank Blair hosts.) 5 PM Wild Kingdom (COLOR) 5:30 Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer (COLOR) 6:30 News, Weather, Sports 7 PM Mirror 3 7:30 Walt Disney's Wonderful World Of Color (COLOR) 8:30 Bill Dana 9 PM Bonanza (COLOR) 10 PM The Rogues 11 PM Movie: "The Long Gray Line" WAGA Ch. 5 Atlanta (CBS) 7 AM Sacred Heart 7:15 Living Word 7:30 TV Gospel Time (probably the same as 8 AM on Ch. 3-was noted for featuring only black gospel choirs) 8 AM Gospel Caravan 9 AM Oral Roberts 9:30 Faith For Today 10 AM This Is The Life 10:30 Look Up And Live 11 AM Church Service 12 N Camera Three (delay from 11 AM) 12:30 Face The Nation (Gov. George Romney of Michigan is interviewed at the Republican Governors' Conference.) 1 PM Festival Of Lights (Hanukkah special) 1:30 NFL 10 Years Ago (how many people even noticed the NFL in 1954--four years before the historic Colts-Giants 1958 NFL championship game?) 1:45 NFL Today 2 PM NFL Football: Lions-(Baltimore) Colts 4:30 NFL Football: (Los Angeles) Rams-49ers (time approximate) 6:30 Pro Football Report (time approximate) 6:45 TBA 7 PM Lassie

7:30 My Favorite Martian 8 PM Ed Sullivan (guests: Sophie Tucker, Sid Caesar, Jerry Lewis, Gary Lewis (Jerry's son) and the Playboys, the Chad Mitchell Trio, Piccola Pupa (a child singer-dancer discovered a few years earlier by Danny Thomas, IIRC), comic Bob Lewis) 9 PM My Living Doll 9:30 Joey Bishop 10 PM Candid Camera (Gisele MacKenzie is an artist who pretends not to speak English; staff member Bob Schwartz takes a phone call in a hotel lobby; a Florida pianist deliberately plays wrong notes. Durward Kirby co-hosts with Allen Funt.) 10:30 What's My Line? 11 PM News, Weather 11:15 CBS News (Harry Reasoner) 11:30 Movie: "Dive Bomber" WGTV Ch. 8 Athens/Atlanta (NET) off air on Sunday WTVC Ch. 9 Chattanooga (ABC) 7:30 Christopher Program 7:45 Social Security In Action 8 AM Revival Hour 8:30 Gospel Jubilee 9:30 Oral Roberts 10 AM Light Unto My Path 11 AM Bullwinkle 11:30 Discovery '64 (how the human brain differs from animal brains) 12 N Porky Pig (ABC, delay from 10:30 AM) 12:30 Stage 9 1 PM League Of Women Voters 1:30 Issues And Answers (Gov. Robert Smythe of Idaho is interviewed at the Republican Governors' Conference.) 2 PM Movie: "Battle In Outer Space" 3:30 AFL Football: (Boston) Patriots-Chiefs 6 PM All Pro Scoreboard (time approximate) 6:30 Cheyenne 7:30 Wagon Train 8:30 Broadside (Kathy--rather, Kathleen--Nolan stars in a female "McHale's Navy".) 9 PM ABC Movie: "The Last Time I Saw Archie" (Robert Mitchum as a Bilko-like private who convinces his superiors he's a general. Jack Webb wrote the script and has a part, as do Don Knotts and Louis Nye.) 10:55 TBA 11 PM Maverick WAII (WXIA) Ch. 11 Atlanta (ABC) 8 AM Church Service 9 AM Choir Of The Week 9:30 Cartoon Carnival 10:30 Porky Pig

11 AM Bullwinkle 11:30 Discovery '64 12 N House Detective 1 PM Stars Of Tomorrow 1:30 Issues And Answers 2 PM Analysis 2:30 Maverick (the classic "Bonanza" satire, with Jim Backus as Joe Wheelwright, who decides to get his sons Moose, Henry, and Small Paul married) 3:30 AFL Football: Patriots-Chiefs 6 PM All Pro Scoreboard (time approximate) 6:30 12 O'Clock High (delay from Fri 9:30) 7:30 Wagon Train 8:30 Broadside 9 PM ABC Movie: "The Last Time I Saw Archie" 10:55 Weather, News 11:10 Great Moments In Music (an early infomercial) 11:25 Movie: "Secret Mission" WDEF Ch. 12 Chattanooga (CBS) 8 AM Dixie Singin' 9 AM Forward In Faith 9:30 Sunrise Semester: "Russian Literature In Translation" 10 AM Lamp Unto My Feet 10:30 Look Up And Live 11 AM Camera Three 11:30 This Is The Life 12 N Word Of Life 12:30 Biography (Mike Wallace narrates the life of Mark Twain.) 1 PM Point Of View 1:30 Great Moments In Music 1:45 NFL Today 2 PM NFL Football: Lions-Colts 4:30 NFL Football: Rams-49ers (time approximate) 6:30 Pro Football Report (time approximate) 6:45 TBA 7 PM Lassie 7:30 My Favorite Martian 8 PM Ed Sullivan 9 PM My Living Doll 9:30 Joey Bishop 10 PM Candid Camera 10:30 What's My Line? 11 PM CBS News 11:15 Great Moments In Music 11:30 Hawaiian Eye WMAZ Ch. 13 Macon (CBS/NBC/ABC) 8 AM Gospel Jubilee 9 AM TV Gospel Time 9:30 Oral Roberts 10 AM Bonnie Lou And Buster (country-music show sponsored, at least in my part of the country,

by Jim Walter pre-fab homes) 10:30 Manhunt 11 AM Mabel White Baptist Church 12 N This Is The Life 12:30 Face The Nation 1 PM Ronnie Thompson (music--he was later a successful politician in Macon) 1:15 Big Picture 1:45 NFL Today 2 PM NFL Football: Lions-Colts 4:30 NFL Football: Rams-49ers (time approximate) 6:30 Pro Football Report (time approximate) 6:45 TBA 7 PM Lassie 7:30 My Favorite Martian 8 PM Ed Sullivan 9 PM The Fugitive (ABC, delay from Tue 10 PM) 10 PM Candid Camera 10:30 What's My Line? 11 PM CBS News 11:15 Local News, Weather 11:30 Cheyenne Retro: Kentucky Wednesday, December 4, 1963 From TV Guide, Kentucky Edition: WAVE Ch. 3 Louisville (NBC) 7 AM Today (Hugh Downs) 9 AM Morning Show (COLOR) 9:30 Magic Forest (COLOR) 10 AM Say When! 10:25 NBC News (Edwin Newman) 10:30 Word For Word (Merv Griffin, COLOR) 11 AM Concentration 11:30 Missing Links (panel: Abe Burrows, Kitty Carlisle, Ossie Davis, host: Ed McMahon, COLOR) 12 N Your First Impression (panel: Dorothy Lamour, Dennis James, Jack Whitaker, host: Bill Leyden, COLOR) 12:30 Truth Or Consequences (guests: the Rose Parade queen and her court; Bob Barker announces the winner of the show's "Rose Queen" contest, COLOR) 12:55 NBC News (Ray Scherer) 1 PM Divorce Court 2 PM People Will Talk (COLOR) 2:25 NBC News (Floyd Kalber) 2:30 The Doctors (not yet a soap but a new five-part story each week; the show will transform into a regular soap on Feb. 28, 1964) 3 PM Loretta Young (Ms. Young plays a school principal who can't get along with a Hungarian-born teacher played by Walter Slezak. One member of the cast is named Kitty Kelly; there was once a radio soap

called "Pretty Kitty Kelly".) 3:30 You Don't Say! (guests: Julie Adams and Sheldon Leonard, COLOR) 4 PM Movies: "The Last Command" (Part 2) and "Pygmy Island" 5:45 Yogi Bear 6:15 Weather, News 6:30 Huntley-Brinkley Report 7 PM Third Man 7:30 The Virginian (COLOR) 9 PM Espionage: "The Light Of A Friendly Star," about a little girl who, while playing at the British Embassy in an unfriendly country, is kidnapped by a spy. Guest star Carl Schell is Maximilian and Maria Schell's brother. 10 PM The Eleventh Hour (Jean Stapleton appears in this episode.) 11 PM News, Weather, Sports (COLOR) 11:20 Tonight Show (COLOR) WLW-T Ch. 5 Cincinnati (NBC) 6 AM Good Morning 6:30 University Of Michigan 7 AM Today 9 AM Paul Dixon (COLOR) 10:30 Word For Word (COLOR) 11 AM Concentration 11:30 Missing Links (COLOR) 12 N Ruth Lyons (COLOR) 1:30 Your First Impression (panel: Soupy Sales, Dennis James, Jane Harvey, not in color) 2 PM People Will Talk (COLOR) 2:25 NBC News 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Loretta Young 3:30 You Don't Say! (COLOR) 4 PM Match Game (guests: Tom Poston and Dorothy Kilgallen) 4:25 NBC News (Sander Vanocur) 4:30 Movie: "The Brave Bulls" (Part 1) 6 PM News, Weather, Sports 6:30 Huntley-Brinkley Report 7 PM Wonderful World (visit to Turkey, host: John Cameron Swayze, COLOR) 7:30 The Virginian (COLOR) 9 PM Espionage 10 PM TBA 11 PM News, Weather 11:20 Ted Kluszewski (sports) 11:30 Tonight Show (COLOR) 1 AM Pageant (documentary) WCPO Ch. 9 Cincinnati (CBS) 6:30 Sunrise Semester: "Ethics" 7 AM Chance To Advance 7:30 Off To Adventure 7:45 Cartoons

8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Uncle Al 10:30 I Love Lucy (Ricky teaches Lucy to drive-how was she supposed to know she couldn't make a U-turn in the Holland Tunnel?) 11 AM Password (guests: Julia Meade and Frank Fontaine, delay from 2 PM) 11:30 Pete And Gladys 12 N News (Al Schottelkotte) 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 12:45 Guiding Light 1 PM Love That Bob! (this should be a dream come true for Bob Collins/Cummings: he's photographing the ballerinas at a show put on by sister Margaret's club) 1:30 As The World Turns 2 PM Ann Sothern 2:30 Art Linkletter's House Party (Jacqueline Susann discusses "Every Night, Josephine," about her French poodle.) 3 PM To Tell The Truth (panel: Barry Nelson, Sam Levenson, Lena Horne, Phyllis Newman--the more familiar nighttime panel of Tom Poston, Peggy Cass, Orson Bean, and Kitty Carlisle didn't start doing the daytime show regularly until 1965) 3:25 CBS News (Douglas Edwards) 3:30 Edge Of Night 4 PM Secret Storm 4:30 Star Performance 5 PM Comedy Hour (Larry Smith, later a fixture on Ch. 19) 5:30 Rocky And His Friends 5:45 Comedy Hour continues 6 PM Contemporaries 6:30 Bob Shreve (doing a kids' show) 7 PM News, Sports, Weather 7:30 TBA 8 PM Newsmakers 8:30 Glynis (Glynis Johns stars in this comedy-mystery which I like to think of as "Murder, She Wrote" with a laugh track-she writes mystery novels, husband Keith (Keith Andes) is a detective whose client this week is a cat that has just inherited a fortune somebody wants.) 9 PM Beverly Hillbillies 9:30 Dick Van Dyke (Rob hires a maid sight unseen; she shows up with an arm in a cast, speaks no English, and expects to sleep in.) 10 PM Danny Kaye (guests: Glynis Johns, Jo Stafford, the Big Three folksingers, the Clinger Sisters--who often appeared on "Hootenanny") 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Movie: "A Guy, A Gal And A Pal" WHAS Ch. 11 Louisville (CBS) 7 AM Sunrise Semester: "Outlines Of Art" 7:30 Barney Arnold (farm show--he'd go against WAVE's Jack Crowner later in the decade with his "Howdy, Neighbors") 7:45 Fisbie Funnies 8 AM Captain Kangaroo

9 AM T-Bar-V Ranch 9:45 Keep'n Trim 10 AM CBS News (Mike Wallace) 10:30 As The World Turns 11 AM Password (same as Ch. 9) 11:30 Pete And Gladys 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 1:15 Movie: "She Wore A Yellow Ribbon" 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 Cartoon Circus 5:15 Highway Patrol 5:45 Small Talk 6 PM Sports, Weather, News 6:30 CBS News (Walter Cronkite) 7 PM Rifleman 7:30 TBA 8 PM WHAS-TV Reports 8:30 What's Your Question? 9 PM Beverly Hillbillies 9:30 Dick Van Dyke 10 PM Danny Kaye 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:25 Movie: "Cat People" WKRC Ch. 12 Cincinnati (ABC) 7:25 Daily Word 7:30 Dick Tracy (animated) 8 AM Skipper Ryle 9:30 News 9:45 Lee Phillip (CBS, delay from 4:30--Ms. Phillip and her late husband, Bill Bell, created "The Young And The Restless" and "The Bold And The Beautiful." Guests today are Marty Allen and Steve Rossi.) 10 AM Say When! (NBC) 10:25 Editorial, News 10:30 Dialing For Dollars 11 AM Price Is Right (Bill Cullen) 11:30 Seven Keys (Jack Narz) 12 N Tennessee Ernie Ford Show 12:30 Father Knows Best 1 PM General Hospital (moves to 3 PM Dec. 30) 1:30 TV Bingo 2 PM Who Do You Trust? (delay from 3:30, Woody Woodbury hosts) 2:30 Day In Court (an elderly babysitter sues her niece after she's injured by one of the children

in her charge) 2:55 ABC News (Lisa Howard) 3 PM Queen For A Day 3:30 Trailmaster (the Ward Bond "Wagon Train"s, delay from 4 PM) 4:30 Movie: "Young People" (Shirley Temple, from '40) 6 PM News 6:15 ABC News (Ron Cochran) 6:30 Mickey Mouse Club 7 PM Wanted--Dead Or Alive 7:30 Ozzie And Harriet 8 PM Patty Duke 8:30 The Farmer's Daughter 9 PM Ben Casey 10 PM Channing (the college where Prof. Joseph Howe teaches English) 11 PM News, Weather 11:20 Movie: "The Beast With Five Fingers" (Robert Alda, Alan's dad, stars in this '46 horror feature--watch for Peter Lorre, a perennial in this sort of thing.) WLEX Ch. 18 Lexington (NBC/CBS) 7 AM Today 9 AM English (education) 9:50 Take Five (religion) 10 AM Say When! 10:25 NBC News 10:30 Word For Word (COLOR) 11 AM Concentration 11:30 Missing Links (COLOR) 12 N Your First Impression (COLOR) 12:30 Truth Or Consequences (COLOR) 12:55 NBC News 1 PM News 1:05 Leisure 1:30 As The World Turns 2 PM People Will Talk (COLOR) 2:25 NBC News 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Loretta Young 3:30 You Don't Say! (COLOR) 4 PM Match Game 4:25 NBC News 4:30 Make Room For Daddy 5 PM Santa Claus (COLOR) 5:15 Comedy Time (cartoons) 5:50 Local Market Report, Sports (COLOR) 6 PM Bowling Tips (COLOR) 6:05 News, Weather (COLOR) 6:15 Hayden Timmons (news, maybe some commentary) (COLOR) 6:30 Huntley-Brinkley Report 7 PM Broken Arrow 7:30 The Virginian (COLOR) 9 PM Beverly Hillbillies

9:30 Dick Van Dyke 10 PM Danny Kaye 11 PM News, Weather, Sports (COLOR) 11:30 Tonight Show (COLOR) WKYT Ch. 27 Lexington (ABC/CBS) 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Jack LaLanne 9:30 Dateline 27 10:30 I Love Lucy 11 AM Price Is Right 11:30 Seven Keys 12 N Tennessee Ernie Ford Show 12:30 Father Knows Best 1 PM General Hospital 1:30 December Bride 2 PM Who Do You Trust? 2:30 Day In Court 2:55 ABC News 3 PM Queen For A Day 3:30 Trailmaster 4:30 Windy And Mr. Magoo 5 PM Three Stooges 5:25 Toy Preview 5:30 Windy And Dick Tracy 5:40 Young People's World (roots of plants) 5:55 Almanac (birthday of Spanish dictator Francisco Franco in 1892--fast forward to the first season of "Saturday Night Live" and Chevy Chase's opening "Weekend Update" story--"Franco...still dead tonight", actually a dig at John Chancellor, who had reported on Franco's condition every night until he died) 6 PM News, Weather 6:15 ABC News 6:30 Keyhole (Jack Douglas tells us whatever happened to World War II hero Pappy Boyington, later the subject of NBC's "Baa Baa Black Sheep".) 7 PM Biography (Mike Wallace narrates the story of Adm. Chester Nimitz.) 7:30 Ozzie And Harriet 8 PM Patty Duke 8:30 The Farmer's Daughter 9 PM Ben Casey 10 PM Channing 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:20 Movie: "The Man From Colorado" WLKY Ch. 32 Louisville (ABC) 10 AM Kartoon Kapers 10:30 Jack LaLanne 11 AM Price Is Right 11:30 Seven Keys 12 N Tennessee Ernie Ford Show 12:30 Father Knows Best

1 PM General Hospital 1:30 Our Miss Brooks 2 PM Three Stooges 2:30 Day In Court 2:55 ABC News 3 PM Queen For A Day 3:30 Who Do You Trust? 4 PM Bingo 4:30 Deputy Dawg 5 PM Trailmaster 6 PM Superman 6:25 Science Fiction Theater 6:55 Weather 7 PM ABC News 7:15 Local News, Sports 7:30 Ozzie And Harriet 8 PM Patty Duke 8:30 The Farmer's Daughter 9 PM Ben Casey 10 PM Festival Frenzy (festivals all over the world) 11 PM ABC News (Murphy Martin--I had the mistaken impression he was hired from WFAA after the JFK assassination; he was already at ABC at the time.) 11:10 Local News, Weather 11:25 Movie: "Footsteps In The Dark" (nothing to do with the Isley Brothers, who had a song by the same name around 1977) Retro: St. Louis Sunday September 16, 1984 For my 50th post, I submit this schedule from the early weeks of the 1984-85 fall season. Sources: St. Louis Post Dispatch TV supplement, St. Louis Globe Democrat TV Digest and TV Guide- St. Louis edition. (cc)= closed captioned (r)= repeat KTVI-TV Channel 2 (ABC) 6:40am Sign on 6:45am World of Ideas 7:15am God’s Musical World 7:45am Message of the Rabbi 8:00am Sacred Heart 8:15am Sunday Mass 9:00am Oral Roberts 9:30am Robert Schuller 10:30am This Week with David Brinkley 11:30am Face to Face 12:00pm Perception 12:30pm Expression 1:00pm ABC Sunday Afternoon Baseball (TVG listed New York Mets vs. Chicago Cubs) 3:30pm Fish 4:00pm Mission: Impossible

5:00pm Channel 2 News Weekend Report (Donn Johnson/Al Ruschel) 5:30pm Turnabout (Bonita Cornute) 6:00pm Ripley’s Believe It or Not! 7:00pm Hardcastle & McCormick 8:00pm NFL Football: Denver Broncos at Cleveland Browns 11:00pm Channel 2 News Weekend Report (Donn Johnson/Al Ruschel) 11:30pm Barney Miller 12:00am Sunday Super Movie: “The Pink Panther Strikes Again” (1976) w/ Peter Sellers, Herbert Lom 2:15am ABC News Weekend Report (Brit Hume) 2:30am Channel 2 News Weekend Report (Donn Johnson/Al Ruschel) 3:00am Turnabout (Bonita Cornute) 3:30am Sign off KMOX-TV Channel 4 (CBS) 5:00am The Bijou Picture Show cont’d 6:00am The People Speak 7:30am Eye on St. Louis 8:00am CBS News Sunday Morning 9:30am Face the Nation 10:00am Confluence 10:30am At the Movies with Gene Siskel & Roger Ebert 11:00am Cardinal Line 11:30am The NFL Today 12:00pm NFL Football: St. Louis Cardinals at Indianapolis Colts 3:00pm NFL Football: Philadelphia Eagles at Dallas Cowboys (preempts CBS Evening News at 5:00 and Sunday Newsroom Report at 5:30pm) 6:00pm 60 Minutes (season premiere) 7:00pm E.R. (series premiere; no relation to the NBC medical drama of the same name) 8:00pm CBS Sunday Night Movies: “Some Kind of Hero” (1982) w/ Richard Pryor, Margot Kidder 10:00pm CBS Sunday Night News (Charles Osgood) 10:15pm Sunday Newsroom Report (Betsey Bruce) 10:35pm Cardinal Line 11:30pm Barnaby Jones 12:30am More Real People 1:00am CBS News Nightwatch (until 5:00am) KSDK-TV Channel 5 (NBC) 5:55am Sign on 6:00am Gospel Jubilee 6:30am The Lester Family 7:00am Jimmy Swaggart 8:00am Kenneth Copeland 9:00am The World Tomorrow 9:30am Marilyn Hickey 10:00am Metro Journal 11:00am It’s Your Business 11:30am Taking Advantage 12:00pm Behind the Scene 1:00pm Love Connection 1:30pm This Week in Baseball 2:00pm Greatest Sports Legends 2:30pm NFL ‘84 3:00pm NFL Football: Houston Oilers at San Diego Chargers 6:00pm Silver Spoons (season premeire) 6:30pm Punky Brewster (series premeiere)

7:00pm Knight Rider (r) 8:00pm Miami Vice (two-hour series premeire) 10:00pm Channel 5 Eyewitness News Update (Chris Condon/John Fuller/Art Holliday) 10:30pm George Michael Sports Machine 11:00pm Entertainment This Week 12:00am It’s Your Business 12:30am Metro Journal 1:30am Channel 5 Eyewitness News Update (repeat) 2:00am Sign off KETC-TV Channel 9 (PBS) 7:25am Sign on 7:30am Earth, Sea and Sky 8:00am Earth, Sea and Sky 8:30am Sesame Street (r) (cc) 9:30am The Electric Company (r) 10:00am Up and Coming 10:30am Illinois Press 11:00am Tony Brown’s Journal 11:30am The McLaughlin Group 12:00pm Washington Week in Review 12:30pm Wall Street Week: “Crisis for Banking Stocks” 1:00pm Supersoccer 2:00pm Firing Line: “The Election: A View from New York” 3:00pm Evening at Pops (r) 4:00pm Masterpiece Theatre: “To Serve Them All My Days” (Part 13 of 13) (r) (cc) 5:00pm Moneymakers 5:30pm Adam Smith’s Money World 6:00pm Austin City Limits: “Don Williams West Texas Songwriters Special” 7:00pm Castle (r) 8:00pm Making of Mankind (cc) 9:00pm Masterpiece Theatre: “Private Schulz” (Part 1 of 6) (r) (cc) 10:00pm Sneak Previews 10:30pm Doctor Who: “Four to Doomsday” 11:30pm Sign off KPLR-TV Channel 11 (Independent) 5:00am Think About Tomorrow 5:30am Cleophus Robinson 6:00am Jerry Falwell 7:00am Tom and Jerry 7:30am Bugs Bunny & Friends 8:00am Popeye 8:30am The Jackson Five 9:00am Tarzan 10:00am Charlie’s Angels 11:00am Wrestling at the Chase 12:00pm Sunday Movie One: “City of Fear” (1980) w/ David Janssen 2:30pm Sunday Movie Two: “Bad Ronald” (1974) w/ Kim Hunter, Scott Jacoby 4:00pm Sunday Movie Three: “Houseboat” (1958) w/ Cary Grant, Sophia Loren 6:00pm Super Movie: “Lions for Breakfast” (1979) w/ Jan Rubes, Jim Henshaw 8:00pm Hee Haw 9:00pm Too Close for Comfort 9:30pm NewsWatch (Dave Eckert/Dennis Edwards) 10:00pm Think about Tomorrow 10:30pm Rex Humbard

11:00pm The World Tomorrow 11:30pm Public Affairs 12:00am World Vision 1:00am Fame 2:00am The Last Picture Show: “Western Union” (1941) w/ Robert Young, Dean Jagger 3:55am Sign off KNLC-TV Channel 24 (Religious) 6:00am News 6:30am Movie: “Texas Wildcats” (1939) w/ Tim McCoy 7:30am Movie: “Romance on the Range” (1942) w/ Roy Rogers, George “Gabby” Hayes 8:30am James Robison 9:00am Special 9:30am Making Loneliness Your Friend 10:00am Robert Tilton 10:30am Off air (?) 12:00pm Little House 12:30pm Flying House 1:00pm Dennis the Menace 1:30pm Circle Square 2:00pm Rainbow Country 2:30pm This is the Life 3:00pm Weekend Gardener 3:30pm Christians in Action 4:00pm Special 5:00pm Dr. Estep 5:30pm Glory of God 6:00pm Insight 6:30pm The 700 Club 8:00pm Good News 8:30pm Day of Discovery 9:00pm In Touch 9:30pm Larry Rice 10:00pm Lester Sumrall Teaching 11:00pm Word of Grace 12:00am Worship Service 12:30am Late Night Soap 1:00am Sound Effects 1:30am Movie: “Breakthrough” 2:30am Movie: “Rough Riders’ Roundup” (1939) w/ Roy Rogers, Lynne Roberts 3:30am Heavensent 4:00am Another Life 4:30am Interacting with Mid-American Issues and Answers KDNL-TV Channel 30 (Independent) Sunday 9/16/1984 5:00am CNN Headline News 6:30am MDTV 7:00am Robert Schuller 7:30am W.V. Grant 8:00am Jimmy Swaggart 9:00am Day of Discovery 9:30am Whitey Herzog 10:00am Wrestling 11:00am Sunday Cinema I: “Buona Sera, Mrs. Campbell” (1969) w/ Gina Lollobrigida, Telly Savalas

1:30pm Sunday Cinema II: “The Wild Bunch” (1969) w/ William Holden 4:00pm Sunday Cinema III: “The Last Word” (1979) w/ Richard Harris, Karen Black 6:00pm Star Trek 7:00pm Lorne Greene’s New Wilderness 7:30pm Wild Kingdom 8:00pm MTV Video Awards 10:00pm This Week in Country Music 10:30pm Christian Children’s Fund 11:00pm Auto Racing: “Mello Yello 300” (from Charlotte, N.C.) 12:00am Sign off WGN-TV Channel 9 (Independent) Chicago, Illinois 5:00am Sea Hunt 5:30am Abbott & Costello 6:00am Superman 6:30am Three Score- Community Calendar 6:45am What’s Nu 7:00am D. James Kennedy 7:30am Robert Schuller 8:00am Sunday Mass 8:30am Heritage of Faith 9:00am The Cisco Kid 9:30am The Lone Ranger 10:00am Rawhide 11:00am The Wild, Wild West 12:00pm One Step Beyond 12:30pm The Twilight Zone 1:00pm The Lead-Off Man 1:15pm Baseball: New York Mets at Chicago Cubs 4:30pm Weekend Theater: “Springfield Rifle” (1952) w/ Gary Cooper, Phyllis Thaxter 6:30pm Taking Advantage 7:00pm Wall Street Journal Report 7:30pm In Search Of… 8:00pm People to People 8:30pm The Odd Couple 9:00pm The Nine O’Clock News (Rick Rosenthal/Bob Jordan/Jim Ramsey/Sid Garcia) 10:00pm The Twilight Zone 10:30pm Lou Grant 11:30pm WGN Presents: “Across the Pacific” (1942) w/ Humphrey Bogart, Mary Astor 1:30am Siskel & Evert at the Movies 2:00am Independent Network News 2:30am Sea Hunt 3:00am Zane Grey Theater 3:30am The Late Movie: “Kid Dynamite” (1943) w/ the East Side Kids, Pamela Blake (until 5:00am) WTBS-TV Channel 17 (Independent) Atlanta, Georgia 5:00am CNN Headline News 6:00am The World Tomorrow 6:30am It Is Written 7:00am Cartoons 7:35am Starcade 8:05am Leave it to Beaver 8:35am Andy Griffith 9:05am Good News 9:35am Superstation Matinee: “A Man Called Horse” (1970) 12:05pm Wild, Wild World of Animals

12:35pm This Week in Baseball 1:05pm Baseball: San Francisco Giants vs. Atlanta Braves 4:05pm The High Chapparal 5:05pm Undersea World of Jacques Cousteau 6:05pm Wrestling 7:05pm TBS Sunday Night Movie: “Tall in the Saddle” (1944) w/John Wayne, Ella Raines 9:00pm Sports Page 9:35pm Day of Discovery 10:05pm Jerry Falwell 11:05pm Open Up 12:05am TBS Theater Late Night: “The Petrified Forest” (1936) w/ Humphrey Bogart, Bette Davis 1:50am TBS Theater Late Night: “Footlight Parade” (1933) w/ James Cagney, Joan Blondell 4:00am It’s Your Business 4:30am Jimmy Swaggart RETRO: Phoenix AZ, Saturday September 16, 1967 First broadcast day of KPAZ-TV 21, then an independent Spanish-language station. Source: Arizona Republic, Sat. Sept. 16, 1967 KTVK 3 (ABC) 7:00 Casper 7:30 Fantastic Four 8:00 Spiderman 8:30 Journey 9:00 King Kong 9:30 George of the Jungle 10:00 Beatles 10:30 American Bandstand 11:30 Sgt. Preston 12:00 Playhouse 12:30 Wide World of Sports - Mildenberger/Bonavana Fight, Americas Cup Yacht Races 2:00 College Football - SMU at Texas A&M 5:30 Dating Game 6:00 Newlywed Game 6:30 Lawrence Welk 7:30 Iron Horse 8:30 Movie - Betrayed 10:30 Weekend News 10:45 Theatre After Dark - Flight to Fury KPHO-TV 5 (Ind) 9:55 John Rhodes Report 10:00 Agriculture Today 10:30 This Is The Life 11:00 The Lieutenant 12:00 Cartoon Circus 1:30 Movie - Border River 3:00 Wallace and Ladmo 4:00 Huckleberry Hound 4:30 Big Time Wrestling 5:30 Gadabout Gaddis 6:00 Sea Hunt

6:30 Movie - Mysterious Island 8:30 Don't Eat The Daisies 9:00 Rawhide 10:00 News 10:30 Movie - Lovers on a Tight Rope 12:30 Movie - Indiscretion of an American Wife KOOL-TV 10 (CBS) 6:50 Farm and Ranch Roundup 7:00 Captain Kangaroo 8:00 Shazzan 8:30 Space Ghost 9:00 Moby Dick 9:30 Superman-Aquaman Adventure 10:30 Jonny Quest 11:00 The Lone Ranger 11:30 Road Runner 12:00 Frankenstein Jr. and the Impossibles 12:30 The Herculoids 1:00 Outer Limits 2:00 Twilight Zone 3:00 Championship Bowling - Harry Smith vs. Dave Soutar 4:00 Mr. Lucky 4:30 CBS Saturday News 5:00 Have Gun, Will Travel 5:30 The Jackie Gleason Show 6:30 My Three Sons 7:00 Hogan's Heroes 7:30 Petticoat Junction 8:00 Mannix 9:00 Million Dollar Movie - Nob Hill 10:50 The Late Show - King's Row KTAR-TV 12 (NBC) 7:00 Super 6 7:30 Super President 8:00 The Flintstones 8:30 Samson and Goliath 9:00 Birdman 9:30 Atom Ant 10:00 Top Cat 10:30 Cool McCool 11:00 Stingray 11:30 Cisco Kid 12:00 Sandy Koufax 12:15 Baseball - Baltimore Orioles vs. Boston Red Sox 3:00 Richard Diamond 3:30 Love That Bob 4:00 A.F.L. Highlights 4:30 Frank McGee 5:00 Ann Sothern 5:30 Maya 6:30 Get Smart 7:00 Movie - What a Way to Go

9:15 Hockey Preview 9:45 Branded 10:15 News 10:45 The Tonight Show 12:00 Movie - Blue Murder at St. Trinian's KPAZ 21 (Ind) 9:00 Opening Ceremonies 10:00 Pedro Vargas 10:30 Drama 11:00 Folk Songs 11:30 Drama 11:45 Wrestling from Mexico 12:00 Viruta y Capulina 12:30 Musical Variety 1:00 Wrestling from Mexico 1:30 Music Show 2:00 Mexican Independence Day 3:00 Silvia Pinal 3:30 Discoteque a Go-Go 4:00 Drama 4:30 Musical Comedy 5:30 Dance Show 6:00 Sports 7:00 Bullfight Preview 7:30 Canadian Hockey 8:00 Golf Preview 8:30 Boxing Preview 9:00 Jai Alai Preview 9:30 Bullfight Preview 10:00 College Football 10:30 Auto Racing 11:00 News NOTE - The newspaper did not publish a television schedule for KAET 8 (NET). Retro: North Carolina Wednesday, December 5, 1979 From TV Guide, North Carolina Edition: WFMY Ch. 2 Greensboro (CBS) 6 AM Good Morning Show 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM One Day At A Time (delay from 3:30) 9:30 I Love Lucy (Lucy steals John Wayne's footprints from Grauman's Chinese Theater.) 10 AM Beat The Clock (Monty Hall version, guests: Gary Collins, Elaine Joyce, Mary Ann Mobley, Bobby Van) 10:30 Whew! (guests: Didi Conn, John Schuck) 10:55 CBS News (Douglas Edwards) 11 AM Price Is Right 12 N Hollywood And The Stars (normally, "Love Of Life" airs on a day-behind here, but was pre-empted

by CBS yesterday) 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM Young And The Restless 1:30 As The World Turns 2:30 Guiding Light 3:30 Fabulous Funnies 4:30 Gomer Pyle, USMC 5 PM Starsky & Hutch 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News (Walter Cronkite) 7 PM PM Magazine (a $67,000 luxury car with a stereo system and crystal ashtrays; baboon trainer Carmen Hall) 7:30 Hollywood Squares (Ernest Borgnine, John Byner, George Gobel, Gabe Kaplan, Rita Moreno, Connie Stevens, Karen Valentine, Jonathan Winters, Paul Lynde) 8 PM Young Maverick (Charles Frank as Ben Maverick--could have been called "Maverick: The Next Generation") 9 PM Hallmark Hall Of Fame: Jean Stapleton as "Aunt Mary" 11 PM News 11:30 Black Sheep Squadron 12:40 Hawaii Five-O 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) 7:45 A.M. Weather 8:05 Over Easy (guest: actress Geraldine Fitzgerald) 8:30 In-school program(s) 9 AM Sesame Street 10 AM In-school programs 12:30 Electric Company 1 PM In-school programs 2:30 Freestyle (kids' show) 3 PM In-school program(s) 3:30 Over Easy (repeat of 8:05 AM show) 4 PM Sesame Street 5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 5:30 Electric Company 6 PM Zoom 6:30 Guten Tag Wie Geht (German lessons) 7 PM Exposures (federal and state agencies that provide aid to senior citizens) 7:30 MacNeil/Lehrer Report 8 PM Connections (conclusion of a series about scientific innovations) 9 PM Great Performances: "Carmen," with Placido Domingo in the male lead sign off 12 M WBTV Ch. 3 Charlotte (CBS) 6:15 This Morning 7 AM Morning With Bob Schieffer 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Donahue (Norman Mailer discusses "The Executioner's

Song".) 10 AM Beat The Clock 10:30 Whew! 10:55 CBS News 11 AM Price Is Right 12 N Top O' The Day 1 PM Search For Tomorrow 1:30 As The World Turns 2:30 Guiding Light 3:30 Gilligan's Island 4 PM Emergency One! 5 PM Gunsmoke 6 PM News 7 PM CBS News 7:30 PM Magazine (same as Ch. 2) 8 PM Young Maverick 9 PM Hallmark Hall Of Fame 11 PM News 11:30 Black Sheep Squadron 12:40 Hawaii Five-O WWAY Ch. 3 Wilmington, NC (ABC) 6 AM PTL Club 7 AM Good Morning America (how to teach preschoolers to read, David Hartman hosts) 9 AM PTL Club continues 10 AM Big Valley 11 AM Laverne & Shirley 11:30 Family Feud 12 N News 12:15 Mid-Day 12:30 Ryan's Hope 1 PM All My Children 2 PM One Life To Live 3 PM General Hospital 4 PM Edge Of Night 4:30 ABC Afterschool Special: "The Seven Wishes Of A Rich Kid" 5:30 Sanford And Son 6 PM News 6:30 ABC News (Frank Reynolds/Peter Jennings/ Max Robinson) 7 PM Happy Days Again 7:30 Newlywed Game 8 PM John Denver & The Muppets: A Christmas Together 9 PM Charlie's Angels 10 PM Billy Graham Crusade (second of three telecasts from Milwaukee) 11 PM News 11:30 The Iran Crisis: America Held Hostage 11:45 Love Boat (time approximate) 12:55 Baretta (time approximate) 2:05 News (time approximate)

WRAL Ch. 5 Raleigh (ABC) 6:30 Country Morning: Farm News 7 AM Good Morning America 9 AM Mike Douglas (co-host Burt Bacharach; guests Paul Anka, Crystal Gayle, Jay Leno) 10 AM Time For Uncle Paul 10:30 Edge Of Night 11 AM Laverne & Shirley 11:30 Family Feud 12 N News 12:30 Ryan's Hope 1 PM All My Children 2 PM One Life To Live 3 PM General Hospital 4 PM Bugs Bunny And Friends 4:30 ABC Afterschool Special 5:30 Andy Griffith 6 PM News 6:30 ABC News 7 PM Happy Days Again 7:30 Sanford And Son 8 PM John Denver & The Muppets: A Christmas Together 9 PM Charlie's Angels 10 PM Barbara Walters (interviews with Suzanne Somers, Sylvester Stallone, Stevie Wonder) 11 PM News 11:30 The Iran Crisis 11:45 Love Boat (time approximate) 12:55 Baretta (time approximate) WTTG Ch. 5 Washington, DC (Ind.) 6 AM Education 6:30 New Zoo Revue 7 AM Tom And Jerry 7:30 Porky Pig 8 AM Flintstones 8:30 Bullwinkle 9 AM Dennis The Menace 9:30 My Three Sons 10 AM Leave It To Beaver 10:30 Father Knows Best 11 AM Love, American Style 11:30 Dating Game 12 N News 12:30 Panorama (Ron Nessen) 2 PM Please Don't Eat The Daisies 2:30 The Archies 3 PM Bugs Bunny/Popeye 3:30 Tom And Jerry 4:30 Flintstones 5 PM Superman 5:30 Brady Bunch

6 PM I Love Lucy 6:30 Andy Griffith 7 PM Happy Days Again 7:30 M*A*S*H 8 PM Edward The King 9 PM Merv Griffin 10 PM News 11 PM M*A*S*H 11:30 Odd Couple 12 M Perry Mason 1 AM Mission: Impossible 2 AM Dragnet WECT Ch. 6 Wilmington, NC (NBC) 6 AM Carolina In The Morning 7 AM Today (guest: Leonard Nimoy, Tom Brokaw and Jane Pauley host) 9 AM Donahue (guests: Kate Jackson and her husband Andrew Stevens) 10 AM Card Sharks (Jim Perry version) 10:30 Hollywood Squares (sixteen stars from daytime soaps) 11 AM High Rollers 11:30 Wheel Of Fortune 12 N Carolina At Noon 12:30 Dating Game 1 PM Days Of Our Lives 2 PM The Doctors 2:30 Another World 4 PM Beverly Hillbillies 4:30 Bugs Bunny 5 PM Andy Griffith 5:30 Carol Burnett And Friends 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News (John Chancellor/David Brinkley) 7 PM M*A*S*H 7:30 All In The Family 8 PM Real People (a monkey that guards a pig pen, a hobo convention, a school for vacuum-cleaner salesmen, a girl who delivers messages on roller skates, a frisbee expert) 9 PM Diff'rent Strokes 9:30 Hello, Larry (McLean Stevenson's umpteenth failure) 10 PM Best Of Saturday Night Live (host Fran Tarkenton, musical guest Leo Sayer) 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show (David Letterman subs for Johnny) 1 AM News WITN Ch. 7 Washington, NC (NBC) 5:30 Doris Day 6 AM Almanac 7 AM Today 9 AM Dinah! & Friends 10 AM Card Sharks

10:30 Hollywood Squares 11 AM High Rollers 11:30 Wheel Of Fortune 12 N News 12:30 Password Plus (guests: Jon Bauman, Debralee Scott) 1 PM Days Of Our Lives 2 PM The Doctors 2:30 Another World 4 PM Match Game 4:30 Wild Wild West 5:30 Newlywed Game 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News 7 PM All In The Family 7:30 Tic Tac Dough 8 PM Real People 9 PM Diff'rent Strokes 9:30 Hello, Larry 10 PM Best Of Saturday Night Live 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show 1 AM Tomorrow (guest: daredevil car driver Kenny Carter) 2 AM News WGHP Ch. 8 High Point (ABC) 6 AM Good Morning Piedmont 7 AM Good Morning America 9 AM Movie: "Best Of The Badmen" 11 AM Laverne & Shirley 11:30 Family Feud 12 N $20,000 Pyramid (guests: Grant Goodeve, Anita Gillette) 12:30 Ryan's Hope 1 PM All My Children 2 PM One Life To Live 3 PM General Hospital 4 PM TV POWWW All Star Afternoon (pre-empts "The Six Million Dollar Man") 4:30 ABC Afterschool Special 5:30 M*A*S*H 6 PM News 6:30 ABC News 7 PM Joker's Wild 7:30 Tic Tac Dough 8 PM John Denver & The Muppets: A Christmas Together 9 PM Charlie's Angels 10 PM Barbara Walters 11 PM News 11:30 The Iran Crisis 11:45 Love Boat (time approximate) 12:55 Baretta (time approximate) 2:05 News (time approximate)

WNCT Ch. 9 Greenville, NC (CBS) 5 AM PTL Club 6 AM Carolina Today 8 AM Morning With Bob Schieffer 9 AM Captain Kangaroo 10 AM Beat The Clock 10:30 Whew! 10:55 CBS News 11 AM Price Is Right 12 N News 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM Young And The Restless 1:30 As The World Turns 2:30 Guiding Light 3:30 One Day At A Time 4 PM Love Of Life 4:30 Merv Griffin (from New York: Marvin Hamlisch, Crystal Gayle, Pearl Bailey and husband Louis Bellson) 5:30 Happy Days Again 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Joker's Wild 7:30 M*A*S*H 8 PM Young Maverick 9 PM Hallmark Hall Of Fame 11 PM News 11:30 Black Sheep Squadron 12:40 Hawaii Five-O WSOC Ch. 9 Charlotte (ABC) 6 AM Rise And Shine 6:15 Arthur Smith 6:45 News 7 AM Good Morning America 9 AM Good Morning Carolina 9:45 News 10 AM $20,000 Pyramid (guests: Robert Mandan, Didi Conn) 10:30 Cross-Wits (Chuck Woolery, Geoff Edwards, Allen Ludden, Dennis James) 11 AM Laverne & Shirley 11:30 Family Feud 12 N Tic Tac Dough 12:30 Ryan's Hope 1 PM All My Children 2 PM One Life To Live 3 PM General Hospital 4 PM Edge Of Night 4:30 ABC Afterschool Special 5:30 M*A*S*H 6 PM News 6:30 ABC News

7 PM Dating Game 7:30 Newlywed Game 8 PM John Denver & The Muppets: A Christmas Together 9 PM Charlie's Angels 10 PM Barbara Walters 11 PM News 11:30 The Iran Crisis 11:45 Love Boat (time approximate) 12:55 Baretta (time approximate) 2:05 News (time approximate) WIS Ch. 10 Columbia, SC (NBC) 6:20 Early Riser 6:30 Knozit-Land 7 AM Today 9 AM Carolina Today 9:25 News 9:30 Knozit-Land 10 AM Card Sharks 10:30 Hollywood Squares 11 AM High Rollers 11:30 Wheel Of Fortune 12 N Mindreaders (Patty Duke Astin, Arte Johnson; Dick Martin hosts) 12:30 News 1 PM Days Of Our Lives 2 PM The Doctors 2:30 Another World 4 PM Brady Bunch 4:30 Tom And Jerry 5:30 F Troop 6 PM News (an hour earlier due to a women's basketball game at 7, pre-empts "Joker's Wild") 6:30 NBC News 7 PM Women's Basketball: South Carolina-Clemson (joined in progress) 8:30 Happy Days Again (time approximate) 9 PM College Basketball: South Carolina-Clemson 11 PM News (time approximate) 11:30 Tonight Show 1 AM Tomorrow WTVD Ch. 11 Durham (CBS) 6:30 Sunrise Semester: "Southern Africa" 7 AM Morning With Bob Schieffer 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Donahue (from Baltimore: prostitution is the topic--BTW, Oprah first came to ABC's attention when she was head-tohead with Phil in Baltimore and trounced him) 10 AM Beat The Clock 10:30 Whew!

10:55 News (local) 11 AM Price Is Right 12 N Young And The Restless 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM At Home With Peggy Mann 1:30 As The World Turns 2:30 Guiding Light 3:30 One Day At A Time 4 PM Love Of Life 4:30 Merv Griffin (same as WNCT) 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Joker's Wild 7:30 Tic Tac Dough 8 PM Young Maverick 9 PM Hallmark Hall Of Fame 11 PM News 11:30 M*A*S*H 12 M Jim Rockford, Private Investigator (syndicated title for "The Rockford Files") WCTI Ch. 12 New Bern (ABC) 6 AM Morning Magazine 7 AM Good Morning America 9 AM Donahue (topic: faith healing) 10 AM Mike Douglas (from Monte Carlo: co-host Prince Rainier, Sean Connery, James Franciscus, Vince Van Patten, Cathy Lee Crosby, tennis instructor Vic Braden) 11 AM Laverne & Shirley 11:30 Family Feud 12 N $20,000 Pyramid 12:30 Ryan's Hope 1 PM All My Children 2 PM One Life To Live 3 PM General Hospital 4 PM Tom And Jerry/Bugs Bunny 4:30 ABC Afterschool Special 5:30 Sanford And Son 6 PM News 6:30 ABC News 7 PM 3's A Crowd 7:30 Donahue (cut down to 30 minutes, guest is David Horowitz) 8 PM John Denver & The Muppets: A Christmas Together 9 PM Charlie's Angels 10 PM Barbara Walters 11 PM News 11:30 The Iran Crisis 11:45 Love Boat (time approximate) 12:55 Baretta (time approximate) 2:05 Maverick (the original, time approximate) WXII Ch. 12 Winston-Salem (NBC)

5:30 700 Club 6:30 News 7 AM Today 9 AM Donahue (topic: facing life-and-death situations in childhood) 10 AM Card Sharks 10:30 Hollywood Squares 11 AM High Rollers 11:30 Wheel Of Fortune 12 N News 12:30 12:30 (that's the program's name) 1 PM Days Of Our Lives 2 PM The Doctors 2:30 Another World 4 PM Tom And Jerry 4:30 Gilligan's Island 5 PM Happy Days Again 5:30 All In The Family 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News 7 PM 3's A Crowd 7:30 Match Game 8 PM Real People 9 PM Diff'rent Strokes 9:30 Hello Larry 10 PM Best Of Saturday Night Live 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show 1 AM Tomorrow WBTW Ch. 13 Florence, SC (CBS/ABC) 6:30 Arthur Smith 7 AM Good Morning Jesus 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Morning With Bob Schieffer 10 AM Beat The Clock 10:30 Whew! 10:55 CBS News 11 AM Price Is Right 12 N Young And The Restless 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM Edge Of Night 1:30 As The World Turns 2:30 Guiding Light 3:30 One Day At A Time 4 PM Love Of Life 4:30 All My Children 5:30 Dating Game 6 PM News 6:30 ABC News 7 PM CBS News 7:30 The Lucy Show 8 PM Young Maverick 9 PM Hallmark Hall Of Fame

11 PM News 11:30 Black Sheep Squadron 12:40 Hawaii Five-O WTBS Ch. 17 Atlanta (Ind.) 5:50 World At Large 6:30 News 7 AM Three Stooges/Little Rascals 8 AM Family Affair 8:30 Romper Room 9 AM The Lucy Show 9:30 Green Acres 10 AM Movie: "Day Of The Badman" 11:55 News 12 N Love, American Style 12:30 Movie: "Miracle In Soho" 2:25 News 2:30 Gigglesnort Hotel 3 PM I Love Lucy 3:30 Flintstones 4 PM Spectreman 4:30 Gilligan's Island 5 PM My Three Sons 5:30 I Dream Of Jeannie 6 PM Carol Burnett And Friends 6:30 Bob Newhart 7 PM Sanford And Son 7:30 NBA Basketball: Hawks-Celtics 10 PM Upstairs, Downstairs (time approximate) 11 PM Last Of The Wild 11:30 Movie: "The Wild One" (Marlon Brando) 1 AM News 1:05 NBA Basketball: Hawks-Celtics replay 3:35 Movie: "Fortunes Of Captain Blood" (time approximate) 5:35 Love, American Style WCCB Ch. 18 Charlotte (Ind.) 6 AM News 6:35 Forum 6:50 Cartoon Carnival 7 AM 700 Club 8:30 Ross Bagley (religion, actually a program of gospel music) 9 AM Green Acres 9:30 Mayberry R.F.D. 10 AM Real McCoys 10:30 Forum 10:45 News 11 AM PTL Club 1 PM The Rookies 2 PM Groovie Goolies 2:30 Krofft Superstars 3 PM Star Blazers

3:30 Spectreman 4 PM Popeye Adventure Hour 5 PM Wild Wild West (Agnes Moorehead won an Emmy for her appearance in this episode, where she plots to become queen of the U.S.) 6 PM I Love Lucy 6:30 Dick Van Dyke 7 PM Good Times 7:30 Gomer Pyle, USMC 8 PM Movie: "The Adding Machine" 10 PM Bonanza 11 PM Gong Show 11:30 PTL Club WDCA Ch. 20 Washington, DC (Ind.) 5:45 PTL Club 6:45 Community News 6:55 News 7 AM Bugs Bunny/Road Runner 7:30 Shazzan & The Herculoids 8 AM Krofft Superstars 8:30 Casper 9 AM Channel 20 Club 9:30 Romper Room 10 AM 700 Club 11:30 Ross Bagley 12 N Captain 20's World 12:30 Newsprobe 1 PM Bewitched 1:30 Flipper 2 PM Banana Splits 2:30 Lancelot Link 3 PM Woody Woodpecker & Popeye 3:30 Krofft Superstars 4:30 Batman 5 PM Bugs Bunny/Woody Woodpecker 5:30 Gilligan's Island 6 PM Good Times 6:30 Sanford And Son 7 PM All In The Family 7:30 Carol Burnett And Friends 8 PM It Takes A Thief 9 PM Movie: "The Proud And The Profane" 11 PM Benny Hill 11:30 Second City Television 12 M PTL Club 1 AM Untouchables WPTF (WRDC) Ch. 28 Durham (NBC) 5:30 700 Club 6:30 Hap Hansen Today (farm show, IIRC) 7 AM Today 9 AM Movie: "In Name Only" 10:30 Hollywood Squares

11 AM High Rollers 11:30 Wheel Of Fortune 12 N Mindreaders 12:30 Password Plus 1 PM Days Of Our Lives 2 PM The Doctors 2:30 Card Sharks 3 PM Superadventures 3:30 Star Blazers 4 PM Lost In Space 5 PM Wild Wild West 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News 7 PM Newlywed Game 7:30 Dating Game 8 PM Real People 9 PM Diff'rent Strokes 9:30 Hello Larry 10 PM Best Of Saturday Night Live 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show 1 AM Tomorrow WRET (WCNC) Ch. 36 Charlotte (NBC) 6 AM New Zoo Revue 6:30 Ed Allen Time 7 AM Today 9 AM Another World 10:30 Hollywood Squares 11 AM High Rollers 11:30 Wheel Of Fortune 12 N Mary Tyler Moore 12:30 Password Plus 1 PM Days Of Our Lives 2 PM The Doctors 2:30 Flintstones 3 PM Three Stooges 3:30 Spectreman 4 PM Lost In Space 5 PM Carol Burnett And Friends 5:30 Sanford And Son 6 PM Hogan's Heroes 6:30 NBC News 7 PM News 7:30 $1.98 Beauty Show 8 PM Real People 9 PM Diff'rent Strokes 9:30 Hello Larry 10 PM Best Of Saturday Night Live 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show 1 AM Tomorrow 2 AM News 2:20 Movie: "Pimpernel Smith" 4 AM Movie: "A Tale Of Five Women"

WTVI Ch. 42 Charlotte (PBS) In-school programs until 4 PM Sesame Street 5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 5:30 Electric Company 6 PM Child Development 6:30 Over Easy (guest: Frankie Laine) 7 PM Charlotte Arts (a visit to Morrocroft, home of the late Gov. Cameron Morrison) 7:30 MacNeil/Lehrer Report 8 PM Great Performances: "Carmen" 11 PM Dick Cavett (second of two shows with singer Alberta Hunter) sign off 11:30 PM There was an "ABC Afterschool Special" that day, disrupting normal late-afternoon programming on the ABC affiliates. Figuring that someone will want to know what normally aired, I give you the normal 4-6 PM lineups for the five ABC stations: WWAY/3 4 PM Edge Of Night 4:30 Popeye And Friends 5 PM Real McCoys 5:30 Sanford And Son WRAL/5 4 PM Bugs Bunny And Friends 4:30 Brady Bunch 5 PM Good Times 5:30 Andy Griffith 4 PM Six Million Dollar Man (MWF)/ Bionic Woman (TTh) 5 PM Sanford And Son 5:30 M*A*S*H 4 PM Edge Of Night 4:30 3's A Crowd 5 PM All In The Family 5:30 M*A*S*H 4 PM Tom And Jerry/Bugs Bunny 5 PM Andy Griffith 5:30 Sanford And Son

WGHP/8

WSOC/9

WCTI/12

Retro:Southeastern Ohio, Monday, January 6, 1986 From The Portsmouth Daily Times(Via Google News Archive) (Note:I did not list PBS affiliates WKMR Channel 38 and WPBO Channel 42 or Religious Independent WTSF Channel 61. Listings run from 7 AM to 12:30 AM)

Huntington-Charleston WSAZ Channel 3(NBC) 7:00 Today 9:00 Search For Tomorrow 9:30 Tic Tac Dough 10:00 Family Ties 10:30 Wheel Of Fortune 11:00 Sale Of The Century 11:30 Scrabble 12:00 Super Password 12:30 News 1:00 Days Of Our Lives 2:00 Another World 3:00 Santa Barbara 4:00 Cartoons 5:00 M*A*S*H(2 Episodes) 6:00 News 6:30 NBC News 7:00 P.M. Magazine 7:30 Newlywed Game 8:00 TV's Bloopers And Practical Jokes 9:00 Movie-The Enforcer(1976) 11:00 News 11:30 Best Of Carson 12:30 Late Night With David Letterman WCHS Channel 8(CBS) 7:00 CBS Morning News 9:00 Hour Magazine 10:00 $25,000 Pyramid 10:30 Card Sharks 11:00 Price Is Right 12:00 News 12:30 Young And The Restless 1:30 As The World Turns 2:30 Capitol 3:00 Guiding Light 4:00 Dallas 5:00 People's Court 5:30 Headline Chasers 6:00 News 6:30 CBS News 7:00 Wheel Of Fortune 7:30 Jeopardy! 8:00 Scarecrow And Mrs. King 9:00 Kate And Allie 9:30 Newhart 10:00 Cagney And Lacey 11:00 News 11:30 Remington Steele 12:30 Movie-Loving Couples(1980) WOWK Channel 13(ABC) 7:00 Good Morning America 9:00 Donahue

10:00 Eight Is Enough 11:00 New Love American Style 11:30 Ryan's Hope 12:00 News 12:30 Loving 1:00 All My Children 2:00 One Life To Live 3:00 General Hospital 4;00 Little House On The Prairie 5:00 Gimme A Break! 5:30 Three's Company 6:00 News 6:30 ABC News 7:00 Divorce Court 7:30 Price Is Right 8:00 Hardcastle And McCormick 9:00 Movie-Shattered Spirits(Made For TV, 1986) 11:00 News 11:30 Nightline 12:00 Eye On Hollywood 12:30 News WVAH Channel 23(Independent) 7:00 He-Man And The Masters Of The Universe 7:30 Superfriends 8:00 Flintstones 8:30 Great Space Coaster 9:00 New Life For Today 9:30 Jimmy Swaggart 10:00 700 Club 11:00 PTL Club 12:00 Love Connection 12:30 Let's Make A Deal 1:00 Charlie's Angels 2:00 Flying Nun 2:30 I Dream Of Jeannie 3:00 Scooby Doo 3:30 Transformers 4:00 Thundercats 4:30 G.I. Joe 5:00 Bewitched 5:30 Brady Bunch 6:00 Diff'rent Strokes 6:30 Taxi 7:00 Jeffersons 7:30 WKRP In Cincinnati 8:00 Elvis:Aloha From Hawaii 9:30 Elvis:The Echo Will Never Die 11:00 Benny Hill 11:30 Taxi 12:00 Gunsmoke Columbus WBNS Channel 10(CBS) 7:00 CBS Morning News

9:00 Card Sharks 9:30 $25,000 Pyramid 10:00 Trapper John, M.D. 11:00 Price Is Right 12:00 News 12:30 Young And The Restless 1:30 As The World Turns 2:30 Capitol 3:00 Guding Light 4:00 Divorce Court 4:30 Jeopardy! 5:00 M*A*S*H(2 Episodes) 6:00 News 6:30 CBS News 7:00 News 7:30 Wheel Of Fortune 8:00 Scarecrow And Mrs. King 9:00 Kate And Allie 9:30 Newhart 10:00 Cagney And Lacey 11:00 News 11:30 Taxi 12:00 Movie-Elmer Gantry(1960) Cincinnati WXIX Channel 19(Independent) 7:00 M.A.S.K. 7:30 Challenge Of The Gobots 8:00 Heathcliff 8:30 Inspector Gadget 9:00 Bewitched 9:30 Flying Nun 10:00 I Dream Of Jeannie 10:30 Leave It To Beaver 11:00 Andy Griffith 11:30 Beverly Hillbillies 12:00 I Love Lucy 12:30 All In The Family 1:00 Vega$ 2:00 Charlie's Angels 3:00 Transformers 3:30 G.I. Joe 4:00 Thundercats 4:30 Diff'rent Strokes 5:00 Three's Company 5:30 Gimme A Break! 6:00 One Day At A Time 6:30 Too Close For Comfort 7:00 M*A*S*H 7:30 WKRP In Cincinnati 8:00 Movie-A Little Sex(1982) 10:00 Love Boat 11:00 Taxi 11:30 Barney Miller 12:00 Archie Bunker's Place

12:30 Black Sheep Squadron Cleveland WUAB Channel 43(Independent) 7:00 Heathcliff 7:30 Voltron 8:00 Challenge Of The Gobots 8:30 Great Space Coaster 9:00 Romper Room 9:30 Barnaby 10:00 43 A.M. 10:30 Leave It To Beaver 11:00 Eight Is Enough 12:00 Andy Griffith 12:30 Movie-The Raven(1963) 3:00 Tom And Jerry 3:30 Scooby Doo 4:00 Transformers 4:30 G.I. Joe 5:00 Diff'rent Strokes 5:30 Gimme A Break! 6:00 Three's Company 6:30 Laverne And Shirley 7:00 M*A*S*H(2 Episodes) 8:00 Matt Houston 9:00 Movie-Endangered Species(1982) 11:00 Sanford And Son 11:30 Rockford Files 12:30 Movie-Mother Lode(1982) Retro: Eastern Washington Mon, Dec 4, 1967 from TV Guide-Eastern Washington edition KREM 2-ABC Spokane 7:30 Living 7:45 Background Agriculture 8:00 Cap'n Cy (c) 8:30 Dark Shadows 9:00 General Hospital 9:30 Dream Girl 9:55 Tic Tac 2 (c) 10:00 Newlywed Game 10:30 Family Game 11:00 Temptation (c/premiere) 11:25 Children's Doctor (c) 11:30 How's Your Mother-in-Law? (c) noon Everybody's Talking 12:30 Donna Reed 1:00 Fugitive 2:00 Movie "A Prize of Gold" 3:30 Cap'n Cy (c) 4:00 Dating Game (c) 4:30 Of Lands & Seas (c/on safari on the Serengeti Plain)

5:30 News (c) 6:00 ABC News (c) 6:30 Rawhide "Prairie Elephant" 7:30 Cowboy in Africa (c) 8:30 Rat Patrol "The Life-for-a-Life Raid" (c) 9:00 Felony Squad (c) 9:30 Peyton Place (c) 10:00 Big Valley (c) 11:00 News (c) 11:30 Joey Bishop (c/guests Barbara McNair, Carolyn Jones, and Harry Blackstone) KLEW 3-Lewiston/KEPR 19-Pasco/KIMA 29-Yakima (CBS/ABC, IDs as Cascade TV) 7:55 Program Previews 8:00 Captain Kangaroo (c) 9:00 Candid Camera 9:30 Beverly Hillbillies (Flatt & Scruggs, who perform the show's theme, visit the Clampetts) 10:00 Andy Griffith 10:30 Dick Van Dyke 11:00 Love of Life (c) 11:25 CBS News (c) 11:30 Search for Tomorrow (c) 11:45 Guiding Light (c) noon Everybody's Talking 12:30 As the World Turns (c) 1:00 Love is a Many-Splendored Thing (c) 1:30 House Party (c/guests Sterling Holloway and David King) 2:00 To Tell the Truth (c) 2:25 CBS News (c) 2:30 Edge of Night (c) 3:00 Secret Storm 3:30 Newlywed Game 4:00 Clubhouse 4:30 Mike Douglas (c/guests Nevada Gov. Grant Sawyer, Don Rickles, Jerry Vale, Dyan Cannon, and the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band) 5:30 News 5:35 Mike Douglas cont'd (c) 6:00 News/Weather 6:30 CBS News (c) 7:00 Batman (c/Rudy Vallee as Lord Ffogg) 7:30 Gunsmoke (c) 8:30 Lucille Ball (c/part 1 of a 2-parter with guest star Carol Burnett) 9:00 Andy Griffith (c) 9:30 Family Affair (c) 10:00 Big Valley (c) 11:00 News KXLY 4-CBS Spokane 7:00 Farm Reports 7:05 CBS News (c) 7:30 Popeye (c) 8:00 Captain Kangaroo (c) 9:00 Jack LaLanne (c) 9:30 Beverly Hillbillies 10:00 Andy Griffith 10:30 Dick Van Dyke 11:00 Love of Life (c)

11:25 CBS News (c) 11:30 Search for Tomorrow (c) 11:45 Guiding Light (c) noon Dialing for Dollars (c) 12:30 As the World Turns (c) 1:00 Dialing for Dollars (c) 1:30 House Party (c) 2:00 To Tell the Truth (c) 2:25 CBS News (c) 2:30 Edge of Night (c) 3:00 Secret Storm 3:30 Love is a Many-Splendored Thing (c) 4:00 Mike Douglas (c/guests Pierre Salinger, Barbara Rush, Vic Dana, Sandler & Young, and Rich Little) 5:30 News (c) 6:00 CBS News (c) 6:30 He & She (c) 7:00 Truth or Consequences (c) 7:30 Gunsmoke (c) 8:30 Lucille Ball (c) 9:00 Andy Griffith (c) 9:30 Movie: TBA 11:00 News (c) 11:30 Movie: TBA KHQ 6-NBC Spokane 7:00 Today (c/guests Billy Graham, Ann Novotny, and Juan Serrano; Inland Empire Report at 8:10 and farm news at 8:20) 9:00 Snap Judgment (c) 9:25 NBC News (c) 9:30 Concentration (c) 10:00 Personality (c) 10:30 Hollywood Squares (c) 11:00 Jeopardy (c) 11:30 Eye Guess (c) 11:55 News (c) noon Let's Make a Deal (c) 12:30 Days of Our Lives (c) 1:00 Doctors (c) 1:30 Another World (c) 2:00 Merv Griffin (c/guests Tony Martin, Rodney Dangerfield, and Jimmy Piersall) 3:00 Movie "Deported" (Money Man airs during breaks) 4:30 Perry Mason 5:30 I Love Lucy 6:00 NBC News (c) 6:30 News (c) 7:00 Best of Groucho 7:30 Monkees (c/the boys spoof Bonanza) 8:00 Man from UNCLE (c) 9:00 Hallmark Hall of Fame "Saint Joan" (c/pre-empts Danny Thomas (ironically, Danny and daughter Marlo were on that week's cover Cheesy) and I Spy) 11:00 News (c) 11:30 Tonight Show (c) KSPS 7-Edu Spokane 8:10 Music for Teachers

8:30 recess 9:00 Classroom: Kindergarten 9:35 Classroom: Science 10:00 Classroom: Money Management 10:30 recess 10:40 Classroom: Music 11:00 Classroom: Science 11:25 Classroom: Music 11:40 recess 1:10 Classroom: Music 1:30 recess 1:40 Classroom: Science 2:05 Classroom: Music 2:30 Classroom: Driver Education 3:00 recess 3:30 Art for Teachers 4:00 recess 5:30 What's New 6:00 Travel Film Feature 6:30 TV Kindergarten 7:00 Book Beat 7:30 Folk Guitar 8:00 NET Journal "LSD: Lettvin vs Leary" (LSD guru Timothy Leary debates the drug with MIT egghead Jerome Lettvin) 9:00 Play of the Week "In a Garden" (starring Roddy McDowall) KWSC 10-Edu Pullman 4pm NET Journal "LSD: Lettvin vs Leary" 4:45 TV Kindergarten 5:15 Tales of Poindexter "Simpleton" 5:30 What's New 6:00 Folk Guitar 6:30 English History Telecourse 7:00 Legacy "Steeple in the Sky" 7:30 NET Journal (r) 8:30 Cineposium 9:00 Speaking Freely (c/Metropolitan Opera GM Rudolf Bing) 10:00 NET Playhouse "In a Garden" KUID 12-Edu Moscow 1pm Classroom: Math 1:30 Classroom: Language Arts 2:00 Classroom: You & Eye 2:30 Classroom: Music 3:00 TV Kindergarten 3:30 What's New 4:00 recess 5:30 What's New 6:00 Film Feature "A Part of the Main" 6:30 NET Journal "LSD: Lettvin vs Leary" 7:30 Creative Person 8:00 Smart Sewing 8:30 Dissenters 9:00 NET Playhouse "Next Time I'll Sing to You" KTVR 13-ABC/NBC La Grande (relays KTVB Boise/listings PT)

6:00 Today (c/Graham) 7:00 Snap Judgment (c) 7:25 NBC News (c) 7:30 Concentration (c) 8:00 Personality (c) 8:30 Hollywood Squares (c) 9:00 Jeopardy (c) 9:30 Eye Guess (c) 9:55 NBC News (c) 10:00 Dating Game 10:30 Let's Make a Deal (c) 11:00 Newlywed Game (c) 11:30 Doctors (c) noon Another World (c) 12:30 You Don't Say! (c) 1:00 Candid Camera 1:30 Movie "Temptation" 3:00 Periscope 4:00 NBC News (c) 4:30 News 5:00 Man from UNCLE (c) 6:00 Hallmark Hall of Fame "Saint Joan" (c) 8:00 FBI (c) 9:00 News 9:30 Tonight Show (c/guest Peggy Cass) KNDO 23-Yakima/KNDU 25-Pasco (NBC/ABC) 7:55 Agricultural News 8:00 Today (c/Novotny-Serrano) 9:00 Snap Judgment (c) 9:25 NBC News (c) 9:30 Concentration (c) 10:00 Personality (c) 10:30 Hollywood Squares (c) 11:00 Jeopardy (c) 11:30 Eye Guess (c) 11:55 NBC News (c) noon Let's Make a Deal (c) 12:30 Days of Our Lives (c) 1:00 Doctors (c) 1:30 Another World (c) 2:00 You Don't Say! (c) 2:30 Match Game (c) 3:00 General Hospital 3:30 Dark Shadows (c) 4:00 Fugitive 5:00 Westerner "Gift from a Gunman" 5:30 News 6:00 NBC News (c) 6:30 Iron Horse "Six Hours to Sky High" (c) 7:30 Monkees (c) 8:00 Man from UNCLE (c) 9:00 Hallmark Hall of Fame "Saint Joan" (c) 11:00 News 11:30 Tonight Show (c)

KYVE 47-Edu Yakima 9:00 Classroom: Science 9:15 Classroom: Spanish 9:30 Classroom: Science 9:45 Classroom: Spanish 10:30 Classroom: Science 10:45 Classroom: Music 11:00 Classroom: Science 11:15 Classroom: Language Arts 11:35 recess 12:15 Classroom: Architecture 12:45 Classroom: Language Arts 1:00 Classroom: Science 1:15 Classroom: Spanish 1:45 Classroom: Music 2:00 Classroom: Language Arts 2:40 recess 2:45 Classroom: Science 3:00 recess 3:45 Teaching Problems 4:15 recess 5:00 Show Me, Show 5:15 Shadowtime Tales 5:30 What's New 6:00 Current Books 6:30 Innovations "Shaping Metal Magnetically" 7:00 Teaching Problems "So Much to Know" 7:30 Spectrum "In the Beginning" 8:00 NET Journal (a look at a NYU program to prevent school drop-outs in the slums) 9:00 Oceanography 9:30 Ancient History Telecourse Retro:Houston, Wednesday, September 17, 1986 From TV Guide, Houston Edition(1986 Fall Preview Issue) KPRC Channel 2(NBC) 5:00 Sally Jessy Raphael 5:30 TGI 2 6:00 NBC News 6:30 News 7:00 Today 9:00 Family Ties 9:30 Hour Magazine 10:30 Scrabble 11:00 Super Password 11:30 Search For Tomorrow 12:00 Days Of Our Lives 1:00 Another World 2:00 Santa Barbara 3:00 $1,000,000 Chance Of A Lifetime 3:30 Newlywed Game 4:00 Superior Court 4:30 People's Court 5:00 News

5:30 NBC News 6:00 News 6:30 Hollywood Squares 7:00 Hispanic Drop-Out:America's Time Bomb(Report) 8:00 Gimme A Break! 8:30 You Again? 9:00 St. Elsewhere 10:00 News 10:30 Tonight(Johnny Carson) 11:30 Love Connection 12:00 Late Night With David Letterman 1:00 Dating Game 1:30 Entertainment Tonight 2:00 News KUHT Channel 8(PBS) 6:00 Farm Day 6:15 A.M. Weather 6:30 Body Electric 7:00 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 7:30 Captain Kangaroo 8:00 Sesame Street 9:00 Secret City 9:30 3-2-1 Contact 10:00 Lassie 10:30 Reading Rainbow 11:00 Sesame Street 12:00 Body Electric 12:30 Hatha Yoga 1:00 You Can Cook 1:30 Reading Rainbow 2:30 Secret City 3:00 Sesame Street 4:00 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 4:30 3-2-1 Contact 5:00 Magic Of Floral Painting 5:30 Wild Side 6:00 MacNeil-Lehrer Newshour 7:00 Nightly Business Report 7:30 Bradshaw On:The Eight Stages Of Man 8:00 Chance To Learn 9:00 Fighting Terrorism:A National Security View 10:00 Lemon Grove Incident 11:00 MacNeil-Lehrer Newshour KHOU Channel 11(CBS) 5:00 CBS News(1 Hour) 6:00 CBS Morning News 8:00 A.M. Houston 9:00 Oprah Winfrey 10:00 Price Is Right 11:00 Young And The Restless 12:00 News 12:30 As The World Turns 1:30 Capitol 2:00 Guding Light

3:00 True Confessions 3:30 Price Is Right 4:00 Jeopardy! 4:30 Divorce Court 5:00 News 5:30 CBS News 6:00 News 6:30 Wheel Of Fortune 7:00 Clues:Movies, Murder And Mystery(Hosted By Martin Mull) 8:00 Magnum, P.I. 9:00 Equalizer 10:00 News 10:30 M*A*S*H 11:00 T.J. Hooker 12:10 Movie-The Bandits(Mexican, 1967) 1:30 News 2:00 CBS News Nightwatch(To 5 AM) KTRK Channel 13(ABC) 5:00 Lifestyles Of The Rich And Famous 5:30 ABC News 6:00 Good Morning Houston 6:30 ABC News 7:00 News 7:30 Good Morning America 9:00 Good Morning Houston 10:00 Phil Donahue 11:00 Ryan's Hope 11:30 Loving 12:00 All My Children 1:00 One Life To Live 2:00 General Hospital 3:00 Movie-Ice Station Zebra(1968) (Part 1) 4:00 Afterschool Special:A Desperate Exit 5:00 News 5:30 ABC News 6:00 News(1 Hour) 7:00 Perfect Strangers(Season Premiere) 7:30 Head Of The Class(Series Premiere) 8:00 Dynasty 9:00 Hotel 10:00 News 10:30 Nightline 11:30 Movie-Advance To The Rear(1964) 1:30 News 2:00 Seventh Avenue 4:00 Movie-Night Creature(1978) KTXH Channel 20(Independent) 5:00 Romper Room 5:30 Morning Stretch 6:00 Jimmy Swaggart 6:30 Pink Panther 7:00 Casper 7:30 Scooby Doo 8:00 M.A.S.K.

8:30 Josie And The Pussycats 9:00 Dallas 10:00 Big Valley 11:00 High Chaparral 12:00 Rifleman 12:30 F-Troop 1:00 Beverly Hillbillies 1:30 Leave It To Beaver 2:00 Heathcliff 2:30 Superfriends 3:00 Jetsons 3:30 He-Man And The Masters Of The Universe 4:00 She-Ra:Princess Of Power 4:30 Transformers 5:00 Gilligan's Island 5:30 Bewitched 6:00 The World At War 6:30 Baseball:Houston Astros At Cincinnati Reds 9:30 It's A Living 10:00 Bob Newhart 10:30 Maude 11:00 Mary Tyler Moore 11:30 Alfred Hitchcock 12:00 Movie-The Terminal Man(1974) 2:15 Man From Atlantis KRIV Channel 26(Independent) 5:30 Jim Bakker 6:30 Inspector Gadget 7:00 Thundercats 7:30 G.I. Joe 8:00 Woody Woodpecker 8:30 Tom And Jerry 9:00 Happy Days 9:30 I Dream Of Jeannie 10:00 Welcome Back, Kotter 10:30 Andy Griffith 11:00 Lucy Show 11:30 All In The Family 12:00 Archie Bunker's Place 12:30 News 1:00 Zoobilee Zoo 1:30 Danger Mouse 2:00 Tom And Jerry 2:30 Woody Woodpecker 3:00 Macron I 3:30 Defenders Of The Earth 4:00 Thundercats 4:30 Silverhawks 5:00 Facts Of Life 5:30 Too Close For Comfort 6:00 WKRP In Cincinnati 6:30 Three's Company 7:00 News 7:30 P.M. Magazine 8:00 Movie-March Or Die(1977)

10:00 Taxi 10:30 All In The Family 11:00 Odd Couple 11:30 Sanford And Son 12:00 Archie Bunker's Place 12:30 News 1:00 Jim Bakker 2:00 Movie-Victory At Sea(1954) 3:55 Movie-The Sterile Cuckoo(1969) KHTV Channel 39(Independent) 5:00 That's Incredible!(2 Episodes) 6:00 700 Club 7:00 Challenge Of The Gobots 7:30 Plastic Man 8:00 Flintstones 8:30 Fat Albert And The Cosby Kids 9:00 Munsters 9:30 Partridge Family 10:00 Mayberry R.F.D. 10:30 That Girl 11:00 Falcon Crest 12:00 Laverne And Shirley 12:30 One Day At A Time 1:00 Alice 1:30 Rockford Files 2:30 Bugs Bunny 3:00 My Little Pony 'N' Friends 3:30 Plastic Man 4:00 Centurions 4:30 Adventures Of The Galaxy Rangers 5:00 Diff'rent Strokes 5:30 That's My Mama 6:00 Diff'rent Strokes 6:30 Barney Miller 7:00 Magnum, P.I. 8:00 Beulah Land(Part 3) 10:00 Benny Hill 10:30 Bizarre 11:00 Police Story 12:00 Please Help Me Live(Fund-Raiser For The St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, Hosted By Danny Thomas) 1:00 Movie-Partners In Crime(Made For TV, 1973) 2:30 B.J. And The Bear/Lobo 3:00 Movie-Just A Little Inconvenience(Made For TV, 1977) KTHT Channel 67(Indepedent) 6:00 Movietone News(1 Hour) 7:00 Richard Roberts 8:00 Robert Tilton 9:00 Joker's Wild 9:30 Tic Tac Dough 10:00 Dobie Gillis 10:30 Ghost And Mrs. Muir 11:00 Bold Ones 12:00 Name Of The Game

1:30 Movie-The Girl From Manhattan(1948) 3:00 Ghost And Mrs. Muir 3:30 Lassie 4:00 My Friend Flicka 4:30 Joker's Wild 5:00 Tic Tac Dough 5:30 $100,000 Pyramid 6:00 It Takes A Thief 7:00 Movie-Magic Carpet(Made For TV, 1972) 9:00 The Saint 10:00 Tales Of The Unexpected 10:30 Baretta 11:30 Dark Shadows 12:00 Dr. Gene Scott(To 6 AM) Retro: Ontario Sat, Nov 30, 1963 from Toronto Daily Star 2 WGR Buffalo 2s CJIC Sault Ste. Marie 3 CKVR Barrie 4 WBEN Buffalo 4o CBOT Ottawa 5 CKSO Sudbury 6 CBLT Toronto 6t CFCL Timmins 7 WKBW Buffalo 7w WCNY Watertown 8 CKNX Wingham 9 CFTO Toronto 10 CFPL London 10n CFCH North Bay 11 CHCH Hamilton 11k CKWS Kingston 12 CHEX Peterborough 12e WICU Erie 13 CKCO Kitchener Morning 8:00 4 Popeye's Playhouse/Santa's Workshop 7 Felix the Cat/Three Stooges 9:00 4 Fun to Learn 10 Music 11 Storytime 9:30 2 Kartoon Kapers 7 Jungle Jay 10 Wacko 10:00

2-12e Hector Heathcote (c) 2s-10 En France 4-7w Quick Draw McGraw 9 META "Exploring the Universe" 11 Huckleberry Hound 10:15 6t Movie: TBA 10:30 2-12e Fireball XL-5 2s Bowery Boys 4-7w Mighty Mouse 7 Jetsons 9 Cartoon Friends 10 Secret World 11 Cap'n Andy 11:00 2-12e Dennis the Menace 4-7w Rin Tin Tin 4o Robin Hood 6 Cousin Bill 7 Casper 9 I Wish You Were Here 10-13 Cartoons 11:30 2-12e Fury 2s Bible Club 3-11k-12 En France 4-7w Roy Rogers 4o Jack in the Box 7 Beany & Cecil 11 Wrestling Afternoon noon 2-12e Sergeant Preston 2s-3-4o-5-6-6t-8-9-10-10n-11k-12-13 Grey Cup Parade 4-7w Sky King 7 Bugs Bunny 12:30 2-12e Bullwinkle (c) 4-7w News/Football Pre-Game 7 Allakazam 11 Garden Tips 1:00 2-12e Exploring (c) 4-7w College Football: Army-Navy Game 7 My Friend Flicka 11 Hobby Time 1:30

2s-3-4o-5-6-6t-8-10-10n-11k-12 Miss Grey Cup Pageant 7 Deputy 2:00 2-12e Mr. Wizard 7 Bowling 9-13 Grey Cup: recalling games and heroes of the past 11 Junior B Hockey: Fort Erie-Hamilton 2:30 2 B'Wana Don 2s-3-4o-5-6-6t-8-10-10n-11k-12 Moscow State Circus 12e American Bandstand 2:55 2s-3-4o-5-6-6t-8-10-10n-11k-12 CBC News 3:00 2 En France 2s-3-4o-5-6-6t-8-10-10n-11k-12 Grey Cup Preview 7 Wrestling 9-13 Football Forecast 3:30 2 Hit or Miss/Great Moments in Music 2s-3-4o-5-6-6t-8-9-10-10n-11k-12-13 Grey Cup Game: Hamilton 21-BC 10 12e Olympic Previews 3:45 4-7w College Football Scoreboard 4:00 2 Touchdown 4 Film 7 Pre-Olympic Show 11 Randy Dandy 4:30 2 Captain Gallant 4 CBS All-America Team 7 ABC Wide World of Sports 5:00 2-12e NFL Highlights 4 Beat the Champ 11 Surfside Six 5:30 2 Quarterback Club 12e Captain Gallant Evening 6:00 2 Sea Hunt 4 Wrestling 7 Movie "Battle Circus"

11 Have Gun, Will Travel 6:30 2 Shivaree 10 News 11 Checkmate 13 Mister Ed 6:45 4-5 News 7:00 2 Dragnet 2s-3-4o-5-6-6t-8-10-10n-11k-12 Beverly Hillbillies 4 UB Roundtable 9 Wagon Train 13 Best of Groucho 7:30 2-12e Lieutenant 2s Down Yonder Ranch 3-6t-8 Zero One 4-7w Jackie Gleason 4o-6 Saint 5 Great Adventure 7 Hootenanny 10 Take Your Choice 10n Hennessey 11 Polka Party 12 Pioneers 13 Lucy Show 8:00 2s-10 Hennessey 3-8 To Tell the Truth 6t-11k Phil Silvers 10 My Favorite Martian 10n Zero One 11 Dance Party 13 Movie "The Naked Maja" 8:30 2-12e Joey Bishop (c) 2s-4o-5-6t-10n-11k-12 NHL: Boston-Montreal 3-6-8-10 NHL: Detroit-Toronto 4 Defenders "The Seal of Confession" 7-7w Lawrence Welk 9 Gunsmoke 9:00 2-12e Movie "Count Your Blessings" (c) 9:30 4-7w Phil Silvers 7 Jerry Lewis 9 Best of Groucho

11 Wrestling 10:00 4-7w Gunsmoke 9-13 Jerry Lester 10:15 2s-3-4o-5-6-6t-8-10-10n-11k-12 Juliette 10:30 11 Movie "Bimbo the Great" 10:45 2s-3-4o-5-6-6t-8-10-10n-11k-12 Sports Unlimited 11:00 2s-3-4o-5-6-6t-8-10-10n-11k-12 CBC News 2-4-11 News 9-13 CTV News 11:10 3-4o-5-6-6t-8-10-10n-11k-12 News 6 Night Metro 11 Movie "Bimbo the Great" cont'd 11:15 2 Movie "My Uncle was a Vampire" 5 Arrest & Trial 9 Metro Final/Answering Service 13 News 11:20 3 Movie "The Lady Takes a Sailor" 4 Movie "Crime in the Streets" 11:30 2s-4o-8-10-10n-12 Movie: TBA 6 East Side, West Side 6t Wrestling 7 News 11k Untouchables 11:40 13 Movie "Valley of Decision" 11:45 7 Movies "Project Moonbase"/"Four Skulls of Jonathan Drake" Late Night 12:30 5 News/Movie: TBA 6 Tighhtrope 6t Movie: TBA Kentucky Tuesday, December 1, 1981

By request, from TV Guide, Kentucky Edition: WAVE Ch. 3 Louisville (NBC) 6 AM Today In WAVE Country 7 AM Today (Tom Brokaw/Jane Pauley; guests John Belushi and Dan Aykroyd) 9 AM Richard Simmons 9:30 People's Court (the original, with Judge Wapner) 10 AM Regis Philbin (first week of his NBC show--Sarah Purcell is this week's co-host although Mary Hart will get the job; guests are Richard Simmons, David Horowitz, gymnastics instructor David Rabb) 10:30 Blockbusters (the original, with Bill Cullen) 11 AM Wheel Of Fortune 11:30 Battlestars (Randi Oakes, Dick Martin, Joan Rivers, Skip Stephenson; host Alex Trebek) 12 N Midday 12:30 The Doctors 1 PM Days Of Our Lives 2 PM Another World 3 PM Texas 4 PM Movie: "Ski Party" 5:30 Tom And Jerry 6 PM News 7 PM NBC News (John Chancellor) 7:30 Joker's Wild 8 PM Father Murphy 9 PM Bret Maverick (debut--James Garner is back, but now Bret is semi-retired; this show just barely missed renewal but was responsible for a great line that never got on the air: writer Marion Hargrove, a veteran of the original show, was having trouble coming up with a script when he got the call from NBC that the show had been canceled. He came up with a story in which Bret gets the local franchise for that new thing called the telephone; townspeople come in to pay their bills, and in runs Garner's sidekick Luis Delgado, all excited: "Jimbo! Jimbo!" "It's Bret, Bret Maverick," Garner replies. "Not anymore, Jimbo," says Delgado. "Our show's been canceled." Shades of "I Married Dora" a few years later.) 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show (David Letterman subs for Johnny; guests: Rona Barrett, Dave Thomas of "SCTV," Conrad Janis and the Beverly Hills Unlisted Jazz Band) 12:30 Tomorrow Coast-To-Coast (guest: guitarist Earl Klugh-one of my favorite jazz artists Lips sealed) 2 AM News WLWT Ch. 5 Cincinnati (NBC) 5:45 Moment Of Meditation 5:50 Good Morning

6 AM Jim Bakker 7 AM Today 9 AM Donahue (subject: teenage prostitution) 10 AM Leave It To The Women (Marion Zola, author of "All The Good Ones Are Married"--BTW, this is the politicallycorrect title for the revival of the '50s show "Leave It To The Girls") 10:30 Days Of Our Lives 11:30 Midday 12 N Bob Braun 1:30 The Doctors 2 PM Another World 3 PM Texas 4 PM Big Valley 5 PM The Waltons 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News 7 PM Tic Tac Dough 7:30 Joker's Wild 8 PM Father Murphy 9 PM Bret Maverick 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show 12:30 Tomorrow Coast-To-Coast WCPO Ch. 9 Cincinnati (CBS) 5:45 Christopher Closeup 6 AM Sunrise Semester (topic not given) 6:30 Morning Stretch 7 AM Wake Up With The Captain 7:30 CBS News (Charles Kuralt/Diane Sawyer) 9 AM Richard Simmons 9:30 One Day At A Time (day-behind delay from 10 AM) 10 AM Uncle Al Town 10:30 Alice 11 AM Price Is Right 12 N Noon Report 1 PM Up To The Minute (Ed Bradley hosts a discussion of how temporary workers are denied certain benefits-delay from 4 PM) 1:30 As The World Turns 2:30 Search For Tomorrow 3 PM Guiding Light 4 PM Hour Magazine (guests: Rona Barrett and Connie Stevens) 5 PM John Davidson (Stella Stevens, Dick Van Patten, James Darren) 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News (Walter Cronkite) 7 PM 7 O'Clock Report 7:30 The New You Asked For It (a trick golfer; first-time parachute jumpers; Rich Little hosts) 8 PM Simon & Simon 9 PM CBS Movie: "The Marva Collins Story" (Cicely Tyson

plays the founder of Chicago's Westside Preparatory School.) 11 PM News 11:30 Alice 12:05 McCloud 2:20 Wanted: Dead Or Alive 2:50 Norman Vincent Peale 3:20 News WGN Ch. 9 Chicago (Ind.) Listed Eastern Time 6:20 News 6:30 Faith 20 7 AM Top O' The Morning 7:30 Bullwinkle 8 AM Bozo Show 9:30 Bewitched (still running on WGN America) 10 AM Movie: "Dark Delusion" 12 N Donahue (live) 1 PM Prisoner: Cell Block H 1:30 INN News (Carter/Scott) 2 PM Dick Van Dyke 2:30 Andy Griffith 3 PM I Dream Of Jeannie (also seen on WGN America) 3:30 Scooby Doo 4 PM Popeye 4:30 Bugs Bunny And Friends 5 PM Scooby Doo 5:30 Pink Panther 6 PM Muppet Show 6:30 Welcome Back, Kotter 7 PM Barney Miller 7:30 College Basketball: Notre Dame-Indiana 9:30 News (time approximate) 10 PM INN News (Bosh/Harper/Jorgensen) 10:30 NBA Basketball: Bulls-SuperSonics 1 AM The Immigrants (miniseries, time approximate) 3 AM News 3:30 Movie: "The Devil's Disciple" 5:30 Mike Douglas WHAS Ch. 11 Louisville (CBS) 6 AM Ed Allen (exercises) 6:30 Louisville Tonight (repeat of Monday's show) 7 AM Wake Up With The Captain 7:30 CBS News 9 AM Young And The Restless (delay from 12:30 PM) 10 AM John Davidson (George Carlin, Eddie Fisher, John Schneider) 11 AM Price Is Right 12 N News 12:30 Hour Magazine (same as Ch. 9) 1:30 As The World Turns 2:30 Search For Tomorrow

3 PM Guiding Light 4 PM Andy Griffith 4:30 Hogan's Heroes 5 PM Barney Miller 5:30 M*A*S*H (introduction of B.J. Hunnicutt) 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Louisville Tonight 7:30 PM Magazine (a priest and his adopted son; the Strange Seafood Festival) 8 PM Simon & Simon 9 PM CBS Movie: "The Marva Collins Story" 11 PM News 11:30 Alice 12:05 McCloud 2:20 News WKRC Ch. 12 Cincinnati (ABC) 5:30 Health Field 6 AM Consultation (medical advice) 6:30 Study In The Word With Jimmy Swaggart 7 AM Good Morning America (David Hartman) 9 AM Edge Of Night (delay from 4 PM) 9:30 Family Feud (delay from noon) 10 AM Mike Douglas (co-host Dom DeLuise, Bobby Kelton) 11 AM Love Boat (passengers: Susan Blanchard, Debralee Scott, Paul Burke) 12 N Extra! (local) 12:30 Ryan's Hope 1 PM All My Children 2 PM One Life To Live 3 PM General Hospital 4 PM Six Million Dollar Man 5 PM Muppet Show (guest: Carol Channing) 5:30 News 6:30 ABC News (Reynolds/Jennings/Robinson) 7 PM Entertainment Tonight (profile of George Carlin) 7:30 PM Magazine (the priest who adopted a son; the endangered American eagle) 8 PM Happy Days 8:30 Laverne & Shirley 9 PM Goliath Awaits (Part 1 of 2--a diver discovers a civilization aboard a ship that sank 300 years ago; Mark Harmon stars) 11 PM News 11:30 Nightline (Ted Koppel) 12 M Saturday Night (host Buck Henry, musical guests the Grateful Dead) 1 AM Rat Patrol WKPC Ch. 15 Louisville (PBS) 7:15 A.M. Weather

7:30 Sesame Street 8:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 9 AM Sesame Street 10 AM Letter Shop 10:30 New Voice 11 AM Studio See 11:30 Electric Company 12 N Sesame Street 1 PM Letter Shop 1:30 Over Easy (guest: Alice Faye) 2 PM Nova 3 PM Magic Of Oil Painting 3:30 Lilias, Yoga And You 4 PM Sesame Street 5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 5:30 Electric Company 6 PM Why In The World 6:30 Over Easy (guest: Joan Bennett) 7 PM MacNeil/Lehrer Report 7:30 Nightly Business Report 8 PM Cosmos (Carl Sagan on the origin and fate of the universe) 9 PM Movie: "The Americanization Of Emily" 11 PM Dick Cavett (guest: Arthur Ashe) 11:30 Captioned ABC News sign off 12 M WTBS Ch. 17 Atlanta (Ind.) 6 AM News 7:05 Fun Time 8:05 I Dream Of Jeannie 8:35 My Three Sons 9:05 Movie: "The Unguarded Moment" 11:05 Movie: "My Six Loves" 1:05 Movie: "Panic In The City" 3:05 Fun Time 3:35 Flintstones 4:05 Munsters 4:35 Leave It To Beaver 5:05 Brady Bunch 5:35 Beverly Hillbillies 6:05 Andy Griffith 6:35 Gomer Pyle, USMC 7:05 Carol Burnett And Friends 7:35 Sanford And Son 8:05 Kidnapped (Part 1 of 3) 10:05 News 11:05 All In The Family 11:35 Movie: "Riding High" 2 AM Movie: "Dangerously They Live" WLEX Ch. 18 Lexington (NBC) 6 AM Jim Bakker 7 AM Today

9 AM Donahue (same as Ch. 5) 10 AM Regis Philbin 10:30 Days Of Our Lives 11:30 Battlestars 12 N Noon Today 12:30 Bob Braun (Eddie Fisher discusses his autobiography) 1:30 The Doctors 2 PM Another World 3 PM Texas 4 PM I Love Lucy 4:30 Scooby Doo 5 PM Beverly Hillbillies 5:30 News 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News 7 PM Muppet Show (guest: Kenny Rogers) 7:30 Family Feud 8 PM Father Murphy 9 PM Bret Maverick 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show 12:30 Tomorrow Coast-To-Coast 2 AM Take Five WXIX Ch. 19 Cincinnati (Ind.) 6:15 Perspective 7 AM Popeye 7:30 Great Space Coaster 8 AM Spiderman 8:30 Groovie Goolies 9 AM Tom And Jerry 9:30 Woody Woodpecker 10 AM Bewitched 10:30 Brady Bunch 11 AM My Three Sons 11:30 Super Pay Cards 12 N Merv Griffin (guests: Juice Newton, Ringo Starr, Burton Cummings) 1 PM Movie: "Lost City Of Atlantis" 3 PM Scooby Doo 3:30 Tom And Jerry 4 PM Flintstones 4:30 Gilligan's Island 5 PM Wonder Woman 6 PM Happy Days Again 6:30 Barney Miller 7 PM M*A*S*H 7:30 Sidelines (sports show) 8:30 Movie: "The San Pedro Bums" (pilot for the 1977 ABC series "The San Pedro Beach Bums") 10 PM All In The Family 10:30 Carol Burnett And Friends (guests: Ken Berry and Jack Weston) 11 PM M*A*S*H

11:30 Rockford Files 12:30 Mission: Impossible WKYT Ch. 27 Lexington (CBS) 6 AM Town And Country 7 AM Wake Up With The Captain 7:30 CBS News 9 AM Hour Magazine (Elliott Gould; an interfamily competition; female firefighters) 10 AM One Day At A Time 10:30 Alice 11 AM Price Is Right 12 N Up To The Minute (same as Ch. 9) 12:30 Young And The Restless 1:30 As The World Turns 2:30 Search For Tomorrow 3 PM Guiding Light 4 PM Here's Lucy 4:30 Laverne & Shirley & Company 5 PM News 5:30 News 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News 7 PM PM Magazine (the priest and his adopted son) 7:30 M*A*S*H 8 PM Simon & Simon 9 PM CBS Movie: "The Marva Collins Story" 11 PM News 11:30 Alice 12:05 McCloud WLKY 32 Alive Louisville (ABC) 6:30 Study In The Word With Jimmy Swaggart 7 AM Good Morning America 9 AM Donahue (topic: the disabled) 10 AM Charlie Rose (topic: sex education in schools) 10:30 Edge Of Night 11 AM Love Boat 12 N Family Feud 12:30 Ryan's Hope 1 PM All My Children 2 PM One Life To Live 3 PM General Hospital 4 PM The Waltons 5 PM Laverne & Shirley & Company (Jim Lange invites Lenny & Squiggy to appear on "The Dating Game".) 5:30 News 6 PM ABC News 6:30 Family Feud 7 PM Muppet Show (guest: Teresa Brewer) 7:30 The New You Asked For It (same as Ch. 9) 8 PM Happy Days 8:30 Laverne & Shirley

9 PM Three's Company 9:30 Too Close For Comfort 10 PM Hart To Hart 11 PM News 11:30 Dave Allen At Large 12 M Nightline 12:30 Fantasy Island (visitors: Vic Tayback, Georgia Engel, Patricia McCormack, Norman Alden, Jayne Meadows) WTVQ Ch. 36 Lexington (ABC) 5:30 700 Club 7 AM Good Morning America 9 AM Marcus Welby, M.D. 10 AM Mike Douglas (co-host Don Rickles; Telma Hopkins) 11 AM Love Boat 12 N Richard Simmons 12:30 Ryan's Hope 1 PM All My Children 2 PM One Life To Live 3 PM General Hospital 4 PM Tom And Jerry And Friends 4:30 Carter Country 5 PM News 5:30 The Jeffersons 6 PM ABC News 6:30 Happy Days Again 7 PM The New You Asked For It (same as Chs. 9, 32) 7:30 What's Happening!! 8 PM Happy Days 8:30 Laverne & Shirley 9 PM Three's Company 9:30 Too Close For Comfort 10 PM Hart To Hart 11 PM News 11:30 All In The Family 12 M Nightline 12:30 Bionic Woman WDRB Ch. 41 Louisville (Ind.) 7:15 News 7:30 Great Space Coaster 8 AM Jim Bakker 9 AM News/Introspect 9:30 Health Field (Dr. Frank Field) 10 AM 700 Club 11:30 Another Life (soap with a Christian solution) 12 N Movie: "Harriet Craig" 2 PM Bob Braun 3 PM Woody Woodpecker 3:30 My Three Sons

4 PM Leave It To Beaver 4:30 Gilligan's Island 5 PM Pink Panther 5:30 Here's Lucy 6 PM The Jeffersons 6:30 Sanford And Son 7 PM Get Smart 7:30 College Basketball: Notre Dame-Indiana 9:30 Sports Call (home viewers are questioned about the basketball game just ended--time approximate) 10 PM INN News 10:30 Kenny Everett Video Show 11 PM Saturday Night (host: Gerald Ford's press secretary Ron Nessen; Billy Crystal; musical guest Patti Smith) 12 M Rockford Files KET Kentucky Educational Television (WKZT/23 Elizabethtown, WKSO/29 Somerset, WKMR/38 Morehead, WKLE/46 Lexington, WKON/52 Owenton, WCVN/54 Covington, WKMJ/68 Louisville) In-school progams until 3:30 Writing For A Reason 4 PM Sesame Street 5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 5:30 Electric Company 6 PM Why In The World 6:30 General Educational Development 7 PM MacNeil/Lehrer Report 7:30 Kentucky Journal: News 8 PM The Golden Age Of Television ("Bang The Drum Slowly," with Paul Newman as a pitcher who befriends the terminally-ill catcher on his team; originally aired on "The U.S. Steel Hour" in 1956) 9 PM Cosmos (same as Ch. 15) 10:15 Pompeii: Frozen In Fire 11 PM American Government Survey I noticed here that WAVE-TV Louisville carried The Joker's Wild, having moved from WLKY-TV, when they were an ABC station. Did WAVE-TV ever air Tic Tac Dough or did WHAS-Tv have it later?. Also, WLWT got TTD and TJW from WCPO-TV when they with CBS in Cincy. Did Channel 5 carry them for the rest of the run? Or did WCPO-TV or WKRC-Tv get them later?. I know in 1980-81 Channel 5 had Bullseye which was not aired in Cincy in the last season except for those with WOR-TV Channel 9 NYC on cable or CBN who would air reruns starting in Fall 1981 or early 1982, before the Celebrity Bullseye eps. came on the stations that did air the 1981-82 eps. I noticed here that WAVE-TV Louisville carried The Joker's Wild, having moved from WLKY-TV, when they were an ABC station. Did WAVE-TV ever air Tic Tac Dough or did WHAS-Tv have it later?. Also, WLWT got TTD and TJW from WCPO-TV when they with CBS in Cincy. Did Channel 5 carry them for the rest of the run? Or did WCPO-TV or WKRC-Tv get them later?.

I know in 1980-81 Channel 5 had Bullseye which was not aired in Cincy in the last season except for those with WOR-TV Channel 9 NYC on cable or CBN who would air reruns starting in Fall 1981 or early 1982, before the Celebrity Bullseye eps. came on the stations that did air the 1981-82 eps. I don't have enough issues of the Kentucky edition from the '80s to answer your questions about Joker's Wild and Tic Tac Dough. But I do know that "Celebrity Bullseye" was a hard show to find; however, one station that carried was in that part of the country but in a different edition of TV Guide: WRTV Indianapolis. TTD and TJW,bpatrick were also hard to find in most cities by Fall 1981. WILX-TV Lansing dropped those two and Bullseye by Fall 1981, WJRT-Tv Flint would carry them, and TJW would be dropped by WZZM-TV Grand Rapids as would Bullseye,but WKZO-TV still had TTD ,and would add TJW at noon in the death slot against ABC's Family Feud on WOTV-41 (ZZM had Feud on a tape delay)in 1/1982, only to move to WOOD TV 8 in Fall 1982. Retro: Western Washington, Wednesday, June 30, 1982 5AM-5PM Source: TV Guide (picked up this one today on a day trip to Snohomish, WA. Also got one from '69, one from '71 and one from late '81.) Channels listed 2 CBUT Vancouver, BC (CBC) 4 KOMO Seattle (ABC) 5 KING Seattle (NBC) 6 CHEK Victoria, BC (CTV) 7 KIRO Seattle (CBS) 8 BCTV Vancouver (CTV) regular callsign: CHAN 9 KCTS Seattle (PBS) 11 KSTW Tacoma (Ind.) 12 KVOS Bellingham (CBS) 13 KCPQ Tacoma (Ind.) 21 CKVU Vancouver (Ind.) 62 KTPS Tacoma (PBS, now KBTC and on 28) NIK Nickelodeon ESN ESPN HBO Home Box Office SHO Showtime TBS WTBS 17 Atlanta (Ind.) USA (USA Network) MORNING 5AM 5 Alfred Hitchcock (BW) NIK Today's Special USA Alive and Well! Guests: newspaper editor Jody Jacobs; puppeteer Shari Lewis. Also: making a watermelon whale. (2 hrs) 5:05 TBS My Three Sons 5:20 7 Close Up HBO Mac Davis

5:30 4 Health Field 8 World Tomorrow 11 News NIK Dusty's Treehouse 5:35 7 News TBS That Girl 5:45 7 News 12 Jim Bakker 6am 4 PM Magazine Included: penguins at San Diego's Sea World; low and middle-income housing problems in Downtown Seattle. 5 How Come? Included: a hardware store in Cathlamet, WA; a bagel factory. (repeat) 6 8 University of The Air Chemistry-From Test Tube to You: Theories and statistics of cancer formation. Lecturer: Victor Snieckus. 7 Christopher Closeup 11 700 Club 13 Morning Stretch 21 Sports Page ESN Sportswoman NIK Pinwheel SHO Fractured Flickers 6:05 TBS Movie: "The Fallen Sparrow" (1943) Confusing but fascinating spy yarn about a Spanish Civil War veteran (John Garfield) probing the murder of a childhood pal. Maureen O'Hara, Walter Slezak. (BW) 6:30 4 5 News 6 Kareen's Yoga 7 Captain Kangaroo A look at a calf auction. 8 Romper Room 13 Word of Life ESN NASL Weekly HBO Jiminy Cricket SHO Movie: "Introducing...Janet" (1981) Adah Glassbourg as an obese teenager who aspires to be a comedian. 6:45 12 News 7AM 4 Good Morning America 5 Today Scheduled: ERA-opponent Phyllis Schlsfly and highlights of the Wimbledon tennis tournament. (2 hrs)

6 8 Canada AM 7 CBS News 11 Cartoon Capers 12 World Tomorrow 13 700 Club 21 Spider-Man ESN SportsCenter USA Sonya Psychologist David Elkina discusses children and stress. 7:30 11 Josie and Top Cat Show 12 Great Space Coaster 21 100 Huntley Street HBO Consumer Reports Presents SHO Footlight Frenzy 8AM 11 Flintstones 12 Frisky Frolics HBO Movie: "Silver Streak" (1976) Gene Wilder, adventure, Jill Clayburgh, romance, Richard Pryor, slapstick-all aboard an LA to Chicago luxury train. USA Woman's Day USA 8:05 TBS Movie: "Three for The Show" (1955) A star (Betty Grable) is happily married-until husband No 1 (Jack Lemmon) returns after being reported dead. Marge and Gower Champion do some good dances. (2 hrs) 8:30 9 Mister Rogers 11 Great Space Coaster 13 Diff'rent Strokes Arnold schemes to make the housekeeper Drummond's new wife. 21 Rocket Robin Hood USA Idea Notebook 9AM 4 AM Northwest Included: Szechwan-style peanut sauce is prepared. (Live, 60 min) 5 Seattle Today Included: suggestions for single women on meeting men. (Live, 90 min) 6 Daybreak 7 Phil Donahue Transsexuak twins Marc and Mike Vittitow are guests. (60 min) 8 Kareen's Yoga 9 Sesame Street (CC) 11 My Three Sons 12 700 Club 13 Tattletales 21 Ed Allen ESN Pro Karate NIK Pinwheel USA Movie: "Lady Godiva Rides Again." (English, 1951) Beauty pageants get cut up in this satirical yarn about a naive miss (Pauline Stroud) who wins instant fame. Dennis Price, John McCallum. (2 hrs) (BW)

9:30 6 8 It's Your Move 11 Family Affair 13 Wheel of Fortune (NBC, since Seattle Today took over the WOF spot) 21 Pitfall SHO Aerobic Dancing 9:45 2 Galloways Gallery 10AM 4 Love Boat Passengers: Dick Martin, Melba Moore, Rosey Grier. (60 min) 6 8 Joyce Davidson 7 Price is Right 9 Electric Company 11 Bewitched 12 Young and The Restless 13 Match Game 21 Vancouver Morning Will technology create unemployment for women. (Live, 60 min) HBO Movie: "The Great Muppet Caper" (1981) Jim Henson's puppets are reporters in London covering a jewel heist. Charles Grodin. (1 hr, 40 min) SHO Movie: "Father of The Bride" (1950) 10:05 TBS Movie-Biography "The Story of Will Rogers" (1952) Fans of the humorist may enjoy this account of his life. 10:15 2 Friendly Giant 10:30 2 Mr. Dressup 5 Richard Simmons 6 Body Moves 8 Creative Cooking 9 Book Bird 11 Dick Van Dyke (BW) 13 Bullseye ESN Water Skiing The Senior Men's All-American Championships, taped June 5th at Cypress Gardens, FL. (90 min) 10:45 9 Inside/Out 11am 2 Sesame Street 4 21 Family Feud 5 The Doctors (soap) 6 At Eleven 7 Young and The Restless 8 Definition-Game Patrick Wayne, Lois Maxwell. 9 Footsteps (CC)

11 Chico and The Man 12 Capitol 13 Texas (soap, preempted from Ch. 5) NIK Today's Special USA Coronation Street 11:30 4 Edge of Night 5 Search for Tomorrow 8 Super Pay Cards! 9 Over Easy Jazz singer Carmen McRae. (Rerun) 11 I Love Lucy BW 12 People's Court 21 Let's Make a Deal NIK You Can't Do That on Television USA Are You Anybody? Stacey Winkler and Marcella Mitchelson (Wife of attorney Marvin). AFTERNOON Noon 2 Stories by Ngaio Marsh (2 hrs) 4 All My Children 5 Days of Our Lives 6 7 8 News 9 Nova (CC) 11 Perry Mason (BW) 12 Phil Donahue New methods of childbirth. (60 min) 13 Courtship of Eddie's Father 21 Battle of The Planets ESN Polo The final match in the Michelob International Gold Cup, taped April 4 at Boca Raton, Fla. (90 min) HBO Time Was...The 70s NIK One of a Kind SHO Movie: "Chu Chu and The Philly Flash" (1981) Alan Arkin and Carol Burnett as two losers caught up in political intrigue. Jack Warden, Danny Aiello. Charlie: Adam Arkin. (1 hr 40 min) USA Sonya (see 7AM) 12:05 TBS Funtime 12:30 6 Definition (see 11am, Ch. Cool 8 Maude 13 Beverly Hillbilles 12:35 TBS Flintstones 1PM 4 One Life to Live 5 6 8 Another World 7 As The World Turns 9 Movie: "The Private History of a Campaign That Failed." (Repeat, 90 min)

11 Movie BW: "Angels in The Outfield" (1951) Delightful comedy with Paul Douglas as the coach of a losing team who gets help from a saint. Janet Leigh, Keenan Grant. (60 min) 12 Merv Griffin A salute to the 10th anniversary of Ms. magazine, with editor and co-founder Gloria Steinem, Jane Fonda, Lee Grant. (60 min) 13 Movie BW: "Shopworn Angel" (1938) Fine performances help elevate this sentimental tale of a Broadway chorine (Margaret Sullivan) and a France-bound rookie (James Stewart) during World War I. (2 hrs) 21 Bob Newhart HBO Movie "The Survivor" (Australian, 1981) Eerie story of a pilot (Robert Powell) trying to determine why his plane crashed. (1 hr, 25 min) NIK Tomorrow People USA Alive and Well! (See 5AM) 1:05 TBS Addams Family BW 1:30 21 That's Life ESN Lacrosse The World Championship, taped June 25 in Baltimore. (2 hrs, 30 min) NIK Adventures of Black Beauty 1:35 TBS Ozzie and Harriet BW 2:00 2 Wok with Yan Lemon fish and cocktail prawns. 4 21 General Hospital 5 CHiPs Making a getaway, a thief injures a young girl. (60 min) 6 Alan Thicke Home movies with Ed Asner, Valerie Harper, Mike Douglas, Bobby Vinton and Toni Tennille. (60 min) 7 Guiding Light 8 Texas (soap) 12 Alice Mel secretly teaches Tommy how to handle the school bully. NIK Livewire SHO Aerobic Dancing 2:05 TBS Partridge Family 2:30 2 Coronation Street 9 Nisei Legacy 12 One Day at A Time The girls cajole David into chaperoning a party while Ann is away. HBO Video Jukebox SHO Noel Buys a Suit 2:35 TBS Hazel

3PM 2 Edge of Night 4 Ryan's Hope 5 Movie-Crime Drama "Attack on Terror: THE FBI Versus the Ku Klux Klan." Conclusion. (2 hrs) 6 Movie "Who is The Black Dahlia?" (1975) Lucie Arnaz stars in this TV movie based on an unsolved Los Angeles murder case from the 40s. (2 hrs) 7 Hour Magazine Topics: generic vs. brand name items; vitamin E. 8 Alan Thicke (See 2PM, Ch. 6.) 9 Superstar Profile 11 Cartoon Carnival 12 Richard Simmons 13 It Takes a Thief 21 Audubon Wildlife Cinema 62 world Cup '82 Soccer Tournament HBO Movie "On The Right Track" (1981) Gary Coleman as an orphaned shoeshine boy with a knack for picking horses. (1 hr, 40 min) NIK What Will They Think of Next! SHO Movie: "Introducing...Janet" (See 6:30AM for details) USA Calliope 3:05 TBS My Three Sons 3:30 2 Take 30 4 Happy Days 9 Victory Garden 11 Groovie Goolies and Friends 12 Scooby Doo 21 Struggle Beneath the Sea NIK You Can't Do That on Television 3:35 TBS Father Knows Best (BW) 4:00 2 Sawllows and Amazons Conclusion. As summer vacation draws to a close, the Swallows attempt to steal the Amazons' boat. 4 Merv Griffin See 1PM, Ch. 12. 7 Rockford Files 8 Little House on The Prairie Conclusion. Mary (Melissa Sue Anderson) learns to cope with blindness at an Iowa school. (60 min) 9 62 Sesame Street (CC) 11 Krofft Superstars 12 Funorama 13 Land of The Giants Sugar Ray Robinson appears as a friendly giant who's being threatened by gangsters. (60 min) 21 Star Trek Kirk and company fall prey to their old nemesis Harry Mudd (Roger C. Carmel), who is now both

ruler and captive of an android cilvilization. Kirk: William Shatner. ESN Sportsforum NIK One of A Kind A single parent's struggle with work leads to difficulties with her 10-year old daughter. SHO movie "Shogun Warriors: Galking" USA You!-Magazine program A make-over featuring hair, makeup and wardrobe changes. 4:05 TBS Green Acres 4:30 2 Beachcombers Relic and Margaret (Robert Clothier, Juliet Randall) are trapped on a barge adrift in a storm. Bruno Gerussi. 11 Baseball Seattle Mariners at Toronto Blue Jays. (Live) 12 Monkees At an answering service, the boys plug into a series of mix-ups. ESN SportsCenter USA Sports Look 4:35 TBS Baseball Houston at Atlanta. (Live) 13 KCPQ Tacoma (Ind.) 8:30 13 Diff'rent Strokes 9AM 13 Tattletales These programs were also picked up from the networks at the time when KING and KIRO passed them on -- "Diff'rent Strokes" was in daytime reruns on NBC at the time, while CBS ran the 1980s "Tattle tales". 6am 4 PM Magazine Included: penguins at San Diego's Sea World; low and middle-income housing problems in Downtown Seattle. IIRC, the Seattle edition of PM Magazine aired on KIRO Channel 7 around this time at 6:30pm weeknights following CBS Evening News at 6:00. If it's true, which it apparently is, then how come it's airing on Channel 4 (an ABC affiliate) at 6:00am in the morning? Is there some kind of mix-up with the listings? Maybe KOMO's program should be the similar "PM Northwest"? The 6AM airing, no doubt, is a repeat of the previous night's episode. Now that you mentioned it, I think the listing for Channel 4 at 6:00am might've been a misprint. It should've said "PM Northwest", not "PM Magazine".

Retro: Kentucky Saturday, November 30, 1963 From TV Guide, Kentucky Edition: WAVE Ch. 3 Louisville (NBC) 7:45 Light Time 8 AM Clutch Cargo 8:20 Riverbank Tales ("The Night The Moon Came Down To Bathe" and encounters a hamster and ducklings) 8:30 Cartoon Carnival 9 AM Guess Who? 9:30 Ruff And Reddy (COLOR) 10 AM Hector Heathcote (COLOR) 10:30 Fireball XL-5 11 AM Dennis The Menace 11:30 Fury 12 N Farming With Jack Crowner 1 PM Exploring (Tom Bosley narrates an animated version of "Androcles And The Lion") (COLOR) 2 PM Mr. Wizard 2:30 Youth Speaks 3 PM Sgt. Preston Of The Yukon (delay from noon) 3:30 Captain Gallant (delay from 5:30) 4 PM Top Star Bowling 5 PM NFL Highlights (of last week's games--and the NFL went on despite the JFK assassination) 5:30 Porter Wagoner 6 PM Tomorrow's Champions (teenage amateur boxers) 6:30 Weather, News, Sports 7 PM Kentucky Afield (COLOR) 7:30 The Lieutenant 8:30 Joey Bishop (his sitcom, costar Abby Dalton's son Matthew David Smith appears as Joey Jr.) (COLOR) 9 PM NBC Movie: "Count Your Blessings" (COLOR) 11 PM The Outlaws 12:05 Movie: Viva Zapata" 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 Hector Heathcote (COLOR) 10:30 Fireball XL-5 11 AM Dennis The Menace 11:30 Fury 12 N Sgt. Preston Of The Yukon 12:30 Bullwinkle (COLOR) 1 PM Exploring (COLOR) 2 PM Wild Kingdom (delay from Sun 5 PM) 2:30 Captain Gallant 3 PM Movie: "Walk A Crooked Mile"

5 PM NFL Highlights 5:30 Hennesey 6 PM NBC News (Sander Vanocur) 6:15 News, Sports 6:30 Midwestern Hayride (the top hits of 1963, COLOR) 7:30 The Lieutenant 8:30 Adoption (local special about the pros and cons of adoption) 9 PM NBC Movie: "Count Your Blessings" (COLOR) 11 PM News, Weather 11:20 Movie: "A Prize Of Gold" WCPO Ch. 9 Cincinnati (CBS) 6:30 Know Your World 6:50 Farm News (Bob Shreve) 7 AM Jewish Hour 7:30 Play It Safe 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Alvin Show (not to be confused with "Alvin And The Chipmunks" in the '80s, which looked more elaborately produced) 9:30 Tennessee Tuxedo 10 AM Quick Draw McGraw 10:30 Mighty Mouse 11 AM Rin Tin Tin 11:30 Roy Rogers 12 N Sky King 12:30 Cartoons 12:45 Football Feature (Army-Navy game preview) 1 PM Army-Navy Game (somebody correct me, but was this game delayed a week, until Dec. 7?) 4 PM Football Scoreboard (time approximate) 4:15 Wrestling From Cincinnati 5:30 Supercar 6 PM The Deputy 6:30 Bronco 7:30 Jackie Gleason 8:30 The Defenders 9:30 The New Phil Silvers Show (he's the Bilko-like factory foreman Harry Grafton, with none of Bilko's appeal) 10 PM Gunsmoke 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Checkmate 12:30 Star Performance 1 AM Movies: "The Big Tip Off," "A Man Betrayed," "Last Of The Badmen," "Monte Carlo Baby" ("Peter Gunn" follows the movies.) WHAS Ch. 11 Louisville (CBS) 7 AM Sunrise Semester: "Outlines Of Art" 7:30 Cartoon Comics 8 AM Captain Kangaroo

9 AM Alvin Show 9:30 Tennessee Tuxedo 10 AM Quick Draw McGraw 10:30 Mighty Mouse 11 AM Rin Tin Tin 11:30 Roy Rogers 12 N Sky King 12:30 CBS News (anchor not given) 12:45 Football Feature 1 PM Army-Navy Game 4 PM Football Scoreboard (time approximate) 4:15 Championship Bowling (Bill Bunetta vs. Lindy Faragalli) 5:15 Magic Moments In Sports 5:30 Hi-Varieties 6:30 Bold Journey 7 PM Hayloft Hoedown 7:30 Jackie Gleason 8:30 The Defenders 9:30 The New Phil Silvers Show 10 PM Gunsmoke 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:20 Movie: "Hong Kong" (Ronald Reagan stars--don't know if it's in any way connected to the 1960-61 ABC series "Hong Kong") WKRC Ch. 12 Cincinnati (ABC) 8:30 Asbury Hymn Time 9 AM American Bandstand (guests: Brian Hyland and Bobby Bare, delay from 1:30 PM, but what would you expect from a station that three years later carried "Where The Action Is" at 7 AM?) 10 AM Dick Tracy (animated) 10:30 Jetsons 11 AM New Casper Cartoon Show 11:30 Beany And Cecil 12 N Bugs Bunny 12:30 Magic Land Of Allakazam 1 PM My Friend Flicka 1:30 Movie: "Prehistoric Women" 3 PM Roller Derby 4 PM Grey Cup Game 7 PM Sid Caesar (time approximate, delay from Thu 10 PM) 7:30 Hootenanny (from the University of Pittsburgh: The Tarriers, Josh White, the Brothers Four, Ian and Sylvia, Will Holt, Elan Stuart, fiddler John Carignon, comedy from Woody Allen-Jack Linkletter hosts) 8:30 Lawrence Welk 9:30 Jerry Lewis (don't know if it was this show or the one pre-empted Nov. 23: scheduled guests are Pearl Bailey, Phil Foster, Peter Nero, Jack Jones, Lucho Navarro--who produces sound effects with his voice) 11:30 News, Weather 11:50 Movie: "The Search"

WLEX Ch. 18 Lexington (NBC/CBS) 9 AM Pathways To God 9:30 Ruff And Reddy (COLOR) 10 AM Hector Heathcote (COLOR) 10:30 Fireball XL-5 11 AM Dennis The Menace 11:30 Fury 12 N Sgt. Preston Of The Yukon 12:30 Comedy Time 1 PM Army-Navy Game 4 PM Big Time Wrestling (time approximate) 5 PM NFL Highlights 5:30 Captain Gallant 6 PM Porter Wagoner 6:30 International Showtime (delay from Fri 7:30) 7:30 Jackie Gleason 8:30 Joey Bishop (COLOR) 9 PM NBC Movie: "Count Your Blessings" (COLOR) 11 PM Weather, News, Sports (COLOR) 11:15 Football Scoreboard (COLOR) 11:20 Movie: "Next To No Time" WKYT Ch. 27 Lexington (ABC/CBS) 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Alvin Show 9:30 Tennessee Tuxedo 10 AM Learn To Draw (Jon Gnagy) 10:15 Wonders Of The World 10:30 Jetsons 11 AM New Casper Cartoon Show 11:30 Beany And Cecil 12 N Tobacco News And Views 12:30 Magic Land Of Allakazam 1 PM My Friend Flicka 1:30 Nick Clooney (guests are from Frankfort High School) 2:30 American Bandstand (guests: Chubby Checker and Donald Jenkins, delay from 1:30) 3:30 Supercar 4 PM Grey Cup Game 7 PM Sid Caesar (time approximate) 7:30 Hootenanny 8:30 Lawrence Welk 9:30 Jerry Lewis 11:30 Movie: "Jeanne Eagels" (biography of the 1920s stage star) WLKY Ch. 32 Louisville (ABC) 10 AM Spectator (second of four on the history of jazz) 10:30 Jetsons 11 AM New Casper Cartoon Show 11:30 Beany And Cecil 12 N Bugs Bunny

12:30 Magic Land Of Allakazam 1 PM My Friend Flicka 1:30 American Bandstand (guests: Chubby Checker and Donald Jenkins--same show that airs an hour later on Ch. 27) 2:30 Pastor's Study 3 PM TBA 4 PM Grey Cup Game 7 PM Battle Of The Boards (local game show, time approximate) 7:30 Hootenanny 8:30 Lawrence Welk 9:30 Jerry Lewis 11:30 Movie: "Outpost In Morocco" WKRC 12 (ABC) - Cincinatti 9:00 AM American Bandstand (guests: Brian Hyland and Bobby Bare) (a possible one week delay) Was this the episode that was to air on November 23, 1963 and possibly was pre-empted because of the Kennedy assassination since the other ABC stations WKYT and WLKY were carrying that week's American Bandstand with Chubby Checker and Donald Jenkins? As the other stations are showing the episode with Chubby and Donald, maybe the delayed episode on WKRC was two weeks old, as ABC did not provide a new episode on 11/23, due to the assassination, and WKRC did not show the delayed 11/16 edition, for obvious reasons. WAVE did not carry "Bullwinkle". As for "American Bandstand," remember that the Nov. 23 issue was already on the stands when JFK was killed, and the Nov. 30 one would have been in preparation (some stores would have had it as early as Nov. 25, theoretically). So it sounds like one of two things: either the show airing on Ch. 12 was the show TV Guide was told would air in pattern on the 23rd, or Ch. 12 was on a two-week delay and this show aired on ABC Nov. 16. The Nov. 30 issue did carry a small note that the networks turned over all their facilities to coverage of the aftermath of the assassination. However, everything else appears to be as planned (both the magazine content and the stations' schedules) before the events of Nov. 22 shook things up. Retro: Western Washington, Wednesday, June 30, 1982 5PM-5AM Thur. Source: TV Guide, Western Washington Edition Channels listed 2 CBUT Vancouver, BC (CBC) 4 KOMO Seattle (ABC) 5 KING Seattle (NBC) 6 CHEK Victoria, BC (CTV) 7 KIRO Seattle (CBS) 8 BCTV Vancouver, BC (CTV) 9 KCTS Seattle (PBS)

11 KSTW Tacoma (Ind.) 12 KVOS Bellingham (CBS) 13 KCPQ Tacoma (Ind.) 21 CKVU Vancouver (Ind.) 62 KTPS Tacoma (PBS, now KBTC and on 28) ARTS Arts and Entertainment ESN ESPN HBO Home Box Office NIK Nickelodeon SHO Showtime TBS WTBS 17 Atlanta USA Network 5PM 2 Happy Days A much-bullied Richie signs up for a course in jujitsu. Ron Howard. 4 5 7 21 News 6 Rhoda Back from a long trip, Ida Morgenstern (Nancy Walker) learns that Rhoda's divorce is final. 8 Jeffersons George gloats over a businessmen's association award, but the honor is smaller than he thinks. Bob Simmons: Bob Gorman. George: Sherman Hemsley. Jack Feldman: Don Potter. 9 62 Mister Rogers 12 Brady Bunch The Bradys' friends set out to adopt one little boy, but somehow wind up with three. Jim Kelly: Ken Berry. Kathy Kelly: Brooke Bundy. 13 Little House on the Prairie Charles prepares to sell the farm and move the family back to Wisconsin. Charles: Michael Landon. (60 min) ESN Auto Racing USAC Sprint-car races, taped June 20 at Terre Haute, Ind. (2 hrs 30 min) HBO Consumer Reports Presents NIK Livewire USA Sports Probe 5:30 2 Muppet Show Crystal Gayle and the Muppets perform "River Road" and "We Must Believe in Magic." 6 News 8 Western Express Lottery 9 World Cup '82 Soccer Tournament 12 I Dream of Jeannie Part 2. Jeannie (Barbara Eden) goes all-out to learn her birth date-before she vanishes. Freud: Larry Gelman. 62 Electric Company HBO Wimbledon Tennis Same-day coverage of the men's singles quarterfinal matches. Also: results of the day's play. (2 hrs, 30 min) USA NASL Soccer Fort Lauderdale at Chicago. (LIVE) EVENING 6PM 2 6 8 News 4 ABC News-Frank Reynolds

5 NBC News-Tom Brokaw 7 CBS News-Dan Rather 12 M*A*S*H Tenderhearted Radar befriends a lamb intended as the Easter entree. 13 Bonanza How funny can Ben's pal Beaudry (John Vernon) get? He has stolen Joe's horse, sparked a saloon brawl and flattened Candy. (60 min) 21 That's Life 62 Here's to Your Health A medical director explains the workings of a hospital. (Repeat) ARTS Showcase John Le Mesurier and Ronald Fraser in Evelyn Waugh's "Mr. Loveday's Little Outing." (65 min) SHO Footlight Frenzy 6:30 4 5 News 7 PM Magazine Segments on a 2-year-old bowler; and a sculptor who's carving Crazy horse out of a mountain in South Dakota's Black Hills. 9 Nightly Business Report 12 Here's Lucy Torture from a gourmet meal in Lucy's refrigerator; the girls are trying to diet and dying to try it. Lucy: Lucille Ball. 21 What Will They Think of Next! 62 Over Easy (CC) Hugh Downs and Frank Blair are joined by their fathers. (Repeat) 7PM 2 Baseball New York Mets at Montreal Expos, taped earlier today. 4 PM Northwet Included: aerial views or Oregon's Williamette River, a boomerang-throwing demonstration. 5 Entertainment Tonight (I didn't know ET was on 5 before it moved to 7!) Scheduled: Actress Kim Fields. 6 Lawrence Welk Grammy-winning selections include "Volare", "Somewhere My Love", "On a Clear Day". (60 min) 7 Joker's Wild 8 Fall Guy Colt (Lee Majors) tries to protect an eccentric derelict (Buddy Hackett) sought by killers after witnessing a murder. (Repeat) 9 MacNeil/Lehrer Report 12 Hogan's Heroes Barbara McNair plays a disillusioned American who refuses to join an espionage caper. Von Hammerschlag: Paul Lambert. Dubois: Felice Orlandi. 13 Charlie's Angels Bosley (David Doyle) and the Angels enter a dance marathon to search for a missing heiress. Kris: Cheryl Ladd. Elton Mills: Cesar Romero. (55 min) 21 Vancouver 62 Tony Brown's Journal A report on blacks in the U.S. Millitary, from the American Revolution to the Vietnam War. (Repeat) 7:05 ARTS Eighteenth Century Woman Women's fashions in the 1700's are examined in a Metropolitan Museum of Art exhibition. 7:30

4 Muppet Show Guest Dyan Cannon joins a group of jungle Muppet animals for "Civilization" and teams with Muppet dogs in a performance of "Big Spender". 5 Tic Tac Dough 7 New You Asked for It Featured: a Japanese demonstration of manliness that requires a young man to embraces an ignited bomb. 9 Nine Tonight 11 Odd Couple (Time Approximate) Oscar becomes a big-time winner at the race track, with the help of a friends' tips. Harry: Jerry Maren. 12 Mary Tyler Moore A bad waitress is now a bad secretary at WJM, and sympathetic Mary is trying valiantly to help her. Barbara Sharma plays the loser. 62 Dick Cavett A scheduled 1980 interview with Sugar Ray Leonard. ESN Racquetball A first-round match in the 1981 International Championships, taped in October at Winnipeg. USA Sports Probe 7:35 9 World of The Sea The possibilities of living under water for long periods of time are explored. Bill Burrud is the host. TBS News 7:55 13 News 8PM 4 Movie-Thriller "Midnight Offerings", a 1981 TV-movie about ordinary people endowed with extraordinary powersfor evil and for good. (Repeat, 2 hrs) 5 6 Real People Reports on a professional dog walker in New York City, a Moorhead Minn. man who's building a full-scale Viking ship, an old-timers rodeo in Hyannis, Neb., a New york doctor who moonlights as a stand-up comic, an Oakland teacher who types 160 words a minute-to music. (Repeat, 60 min) 7 Movie-Cartoon "Race for Your Life, Charlie Brown" (1977) has the "Peanuts" gang in summer camp. While Charlie and his pals cope with bullies and a rat race, Snoopy disappears during a search for Woodstock. (Repeat, 90 min) 8 Greatest American Hero Ralph (William Katt) pits his old suit against the evil that lurks within an old mansion-including a ghost that wants Bill (Robert Culp) as "host". Tony: Michael Pare. (Repeat, 60 min) 9 62 Mayport and All That Jazz A 1981 Florida concert featuring trumpet Dizzy Gillespie, the Phil Woods Quartet, and pianest Marcus Roberts. Selections include: "Salt Peanuts", "Manteca" (Gillespie). (60 min) 11 Movie-Western "The Brothers O'Toole." (1972) The comic misadventures of a pair of drifters in 1890s Colorado. John Astin, Steve Carlson. 12 Movie-Drama "Then Came Bronson" (1969) A disillusioned writer (Michael Parks) encounters other troubled people on an odyssey of self-discovery. Bonnie Bedelia, Gary Merrill, Sheree North, Akim Tamiroff. (2 hrs) 13 Movie BW "West Point of The Air" (1935) Vintage service story about conceit and temporary lack of nerve hindering a young flier (Robert Young). Wallace Beery, Maureen O'Sullivan, rosalind Russell. (1 hr,

55 min) ESN SportsCenter HBO Movie "The Survivor" (Australian, 1981) Eerie story of a pilot (Robert Powell) trying to determine why his plane crashed. SHO Bizarre USA College Basketball Wake Forest at North Carolina, taped Jan. 21. (2 hrs) 8:05 ARTS Adam and Eve Rudolf Nureyev and Daniella Malusardi are featured. 8:30 ARTS Lark Ascending The Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater performs. SHO Laff-A-Thon 8:35 TBS Movie BW "The Cowboy and the Lady". 9PM 5 Facts of Life A Japanese father's strict traditionalism alienates his happily Americanized daughter (Lauren Tom). Mrs. Garrett: Charlotte Rae. Wakamatsu: Mako. Jo: Nancy McKeon. 6 Fall Guy Colt (Lee Majors) seeks an armed-robbery suspect who's actually a U.S. superspy out to stop an assassination. First of two parts. (Repeat) 8 Nurse A surgeon's competence is questioned following a postoperative death. Mary: Michael Learned. Dr. Rose: Robert Reed. Penny: Bonnie Hellman. (60 min) 9 62 Movie-Documentary "I Heard it Through The Grapevine." 21 Love Boat The Captain (Gavin MacLeod) tries to lose weight to win an old high-school flame (Jessica Walter); a call girl (Caren Kaye) tries to reform; two singles (Michael Callan, Annette Funicello) whose partners have died vow never to fall in love again. (60 min) ARTS Showcase John Le Mesurier and Ronald Fraser in Evelyn Waugh's "Mr. Loveday's Little Outing." (65 min) ESN Rodeo SHO Bare Touch of Magic 9:30 2 Two Ronnies 5 Love, Sidney Laurie (Swoosie Kurtz) urges Sidney (Tony Randall) to stand up to an art director who makes wholesale changes in his ad presentation. Stoler: Chip Zien. (Repeat) 7 Baker's Dozen Terry (Cindy Weintraub) isdoing a slow burn playing second fiddle to Mike's obsession with police work. Mike: Ron Silver. Diggins: John Del Regno. Harve: Sam McMurray. HBO Movie "On The Right Track" (1981) Gary Coleman as an orphaned shoeshine boy with a knack for picking horses. 9:55

13 News 10:00 2 CBC News 4 8 Dynasty Alexis (Joan Collins) arranges the recovery of Blake's embargoed oil after he agrees to meet her in Rome without Krystle's knowledge; and Fallon (Pamela Sue Martin) considers terminating her pregnancy. Blake: John Forsythe. (Rerun) 5 Quincy A pyromaniac is the prime suspect in a blaze that took several lives. Quincy: Jack Klugman. (Repeat) 6 Fall Guy Conclusion. With Ryker out of action, it's up to Colt and Howie (Lee Majors, Douglas Barr) to stop the assassination. 7 CBS Reports 11 News 12 On The Buses (BW) The Inspector is arrested as a peeping Tom when he runs a survey on conductorette's extravagant use of company expense money. 13 Saturday Night Guests: Madeline Kahn (hostess) and Carly Simon. 21 Man About the House Chrissy turns the flat into a greenhouse when she helps clean up the Ropers' garden. Chrissy: Paula Wilcox. Robin: Richard O'Sullivan. SHO Movie "Nashville Girl" (1976) Monica Gayle in a rags-to-riches story of a country singer. (90 min) USA NASL Soccer Taped, Fort Lauderdale at Chicago. 10:05 ARTS Eighteenth Century Women See 7:05PM for details. 10:20 2 The Journal 10:30 9 Movie BW "The Cowboy and The Lady" (1938) A rodeo performer (Gary Cooper) falls for his wealthy blind date (Merle Oberon) who's masquerading as a servant. Mild amusement. Patsy Kelly, Walter Brennan. (2 hrs) 12 News 21 Tom Jones Guest: Tina Turner, who sings "Pain" and joins Tom for "Hot Legs". 62 NAACP '82 Convention A report on the NAACP's annual convention. (Hosted by Delores Handy according to ad for the program in the magazine) (60 min) 10:35 TBS Baseball Taped: Houston at Atlanta. 11PM 2 CBC News 4 5 7 News 6 8 CTV News

11 Starsky and Hutch In Las Vegas, Starsky and Hutch (Paul Michael Glaser, David Soul) search for a strangler whose victims are all showgirls. First of a two-part story filmed on location. Mitchell: Frank Converse. Cameron: Paul Burke. Huggy: Antonio Frags: Pruitt: Darrell Fetty. (60 min) 12 Doctor in The House Double trouble for the new Dr. Upton, who must find a hospital position and fight off an enamored nurse. 13 Movie BW "Cry of The City" (1948). Strong yarn of a detective (Victor Mature) pitted against a boyhood chum (Richard Conte). Sheley winters. Collins: Fred Clark. Teena: Debra Paget. (1 hr 50 min) 21 Sports Page ESN Sportsforum 11:05 2 News ARTS Adam and Eve See 8:05PM for details. 11:20 6 8 News 11:30 2 Barney Miller Conclusion. Still quarantined at the station, Barney is forced to play social director for the crew. Hal Linden. 4 Nightline 5 Wimbledon Tennis Update 7 Close Up 12 Movie Alistair MacLean's "Fear Is The Key" (English; 1972) centers on the vendetta of a man whose wife, child and brother were killed in the crash of a sabotaged plane. Barry Newman, Suzy Kendall. (2 hrs, 15 min) ARTS Lark Ascending See 8:30PM for details. ESN SportsCenter HBO Movie "High Risk." (1981) Comedy and action in Colombia as four friends plot to rob a drug dealer. James Brolin. (90 min) SHO Movie "Blow Out" (1981) Brian De Palma's story of a sound engineer (John Travolta) who witnesses a possible assassination. (1 hr 50 min) 11:45 5 Tonight Show Charlton Heston, Dorothy Stratton, Wally Mohrman, who gives a rope-jumping demonstration. Johnny Carson, Ed McMahon. (Repeat) 7 Movie "Foxbat" (Chinese, 1977) features Henry Silva as a CIA agent caught up in espionage centering on microfilmed plans of a Soviet aircraft. Toni: Vonetta McGee. (2 hr, 10 min) OVERNIGHT Mid. 2 Movie BW "The Grapes of Wrath" (1940) Steinbeck's novel about destitute Oklahoma farmers who leave their homes to find work in California, directed by John Ford. Henry Fonda, Jane Darwell. (2 hrs)

4 Love Boat Passengers: Janet Leigh, Conrad Bain, Jimmie Walker. (70 min) 11 700 Club 21 Carol Burnett and Friends USA Sports Probe 12:05 6 Movie "The Blue Knight" (1975) George Kennedy plays a veteran cop searching for a colleague's killer in this TV-movie sequel to the 1974 miniseries. Bronski: Alex Rocco. (90 min) 8 Movie "War of Children." (1972) Northern Ireland's conflict is vividly captured in this acclaimed TV-movie, filmed in Dublin and Belfast. Maureen: Jenny Agutter. (1 hr, 45 min) 12:30 9 Nine Tonight 21 Odd Couple ESN Auto Racing USAC sprint-car races, taped June 20 in Terre Haute, IN. USA Boxing Bouts taped at Los Angeles. (2 hrs) 12:45 5 Late Night with David Letterman Scheduled: Rock singer Steve Miller, actor Mr. T (Rocky III) (60 min) 12:50 13 INN News 1:00 11 News 1:05 HBO Movie "Atlantic City" (1980) Burt Lancaster in John Guare's story of an aging numbers runner involved with a younger woman. (1 hr, 45 min) 1:10 4 News 1:20 SHO Movie "Chu Chu and The Philly Flash" (1981) Alan Arkin and Carol Burnett as two losers caught up in political intrigue. Jack Warden, Danny Aiello. (1 hr, 40 min) 1:35 6 Movie "A Brand New Life" (1973) TV-movie with Cloris Leachman and Martin Balsam as long-marrieds in their 40s about to become parents for the first time. (90 min) TBS Mission: Impossible 1:45 5 Movie "The Amorous Adventures of Moll Flanders" (English; 1965) An 18th-century orphan (Kim Novak) jumps from bed to bed in an effort to become a gentlewoman. Richard Johnson. (2 hrs, 15 min) 12 Alfred Hitchcock BW

1:50 8 Movie "Miles to Go Before I Sleep" (1975) TV-movie with Martin Balsam as a lonely old man trying to fulfill his life by helping a teen-age delinquent housed in a rehabilitation center. Robin: Mackenzie Phillips. (1 hr, 35 min) 1:55 7 Movie "I Love You...Goodbye" (1974) TV-movie with Hope Lange as a suburban housewife who leaves her family for a life of more challenge and fulfillment. Tom: Earl Holliman. Gwen: Patricia smith. (1 hr, 35 min) 2:30 USA Movie BW "Lady Godiva Rides Again." (2 hrs) 2:35 TBS World at Large 2:45 12 News 2:50 HBO Movie "Silver Streak" (1976) 3AM ESN 1970 British Open Golf Highlights SHO Bare Touch of Magic TBS CNN News 3:05 6 Waltons 3:25 8 McMillan & Wife 3:30 7 News 4:00 5 News 7 Close Up ESN SportsCenter SHO Bizarre 4:05 TBS Funtime 4:15 7 News 4:30 5 Marshal Dillon BW SHO Movie

"Nashville Girl" (1976) USA Woman's Day USA 4:35 TBS I Dream of Jeannie 4:45 HBO Movie "Starting Over" (1979) Fine performances by Burt Reynolds, Jill Clayburgh and Candice Bergen strengthen the story of a newly divorced man trying to adjust to a single life. (1 hr 45 min) Retro: Carolina-Tennessee Sat, Nov 30, 1963 from TV Guide-Carolina/Tennessee edition WBTV 3-CBS/ABC Charlotte 6:30 Sunrise Semester "Outlines of Art" 7:00 Carolina Calling 8:00 Fun House 8:30 Pirate's Cove 9:00 Alvin 9:30 Tennessee Tuxedo 10:00 Quick Draw McGraw 10:30 Mighty Mouse 11:00 Supercar 11:30 Roy Rogers noon Sky King 12:30 Pastor's Study 12:45 Football Feature: Army-Navy Game preview 1:00 College Football: Army-Navy Game 4:00 Football Scoreboard 4:15 CBS All-America Team 4:45 Wilburn Brothers 5:00 Flatt & Scruggs 5:30 Wrestling 6:25 Early Report 6:30 Porter Wagoner 7:00 Mister Ed "Oh Those Hats!" 7:30 Jackie Gleason 8:30 Defenders "The Seal of Confession" 9:30 Phil Silvers "Harry Who?" 10:00 Gunsmoke 11:00 News/Weather 11:15 Movie "Retreat, Hell!" WFBC 4-NBC Greenville 6:30 Modern Almanac 7:00 Farm News 7:30 Hi-Way Show 7:45 Lessons for Living 8:00 Monty's Rascals 9:30 Ruff & Reddy (c) 10:00 Hector Heathcote (c) 10:30 Fireball XL-5 11:00 Dennis the Menace 11:30 Fury

noon Sergeant Preston 12:30 Bullwinkle (c) 1:00 Exploring (c/medicine) 2:00 Topic 2:30 Documentary Film Feature 3:00 Greenville Bowling 4:00 NFL Highlights (highlights from 2 weeks ago) 4:30 Captain Gallant 5:00 Wrestling 5:45 Football Scoreboard 6:00 Wilburn Brothers 6:30 Flatt & Scruggs 7:00 Porter Wagoner 7:30 Lieutenant "Fall from a White Horse" 8:30 Joey Bishop "Joey Jr's TV Debut" (c) 9:00 Saturday Night at the Movies "Count Your Blessings" (c) 11:00 Movie "Sangaree" WCYB 5-NBC/ABC Bristol 6:00 Great Ideas of the Bible 7:00 Rural Tenneva 7:30 Cartoons 8:30 Santa's Toy Town 9:00 Popeye 9:30 Ruff & Reddy (c) 10:00 Hector Heathcote (c) 10:30 Fireball XL-5 11:00 Dennis the Menace 11:30 Fury noon Sergeant Preston 12:30 Bullwinkle (c) 1:00 Exploring (c) 2:00 Mr. Wizard 2:30 Bugs Bunny 3:00 American Bandstand (guests Annette Funicello, Nino & April, Donna Loren, the Challengers, Dick & Dee Dee, Johnny Mathis, Connie Stevens, Nick Adams, George Hamilton, Connie Francis, and Paul Petersen) 4:00 Eddie Skelton 5:00 Wrestling 6:00 Wilburn Brothers 6:30 Porter Wagoner 7:00 Ozzie & Harriet "June is Always Late" 7:30 Ben Casey "Dispel the Black Cyclone That Shakes the Throne" 8:30 Lawrence Welk 9:30 Wagon Train "The Michael Malone Story" 11:00 News/Weather 11:30 Movie "Land of the Pharoahs" WATE 6-NBC Knoxville 7:00 Farm Information 7:30 Movie: TBA 9:30 Ruff & Reddy (c) 10:00 Hector Heathcote (c) 10:30 Fireball XL-5 11:00 Dennis the Menace 11:30 Fury

noon Sergeant Preston 12:30 Bullwinkle (c) 1:00 Exploring (c) 2:00 Mr. Wizard 2:30 Championship Bowling 3:30 Surfside 6 "The Roust" 4:30 Bonny Lou & Buster 5:00 Captain Gallant (running the same episode that WFBC aired 30 min earlier) 5:30 International Showtime (Swedish Zoo Circus) 6:30 Porter Wagoner 7:00 Wilburn Brothers 7:30 Lieutenant "Fall from a White Horse" 8:30 Joey Bishop "Joey Jr's TV Debut" (c) 9:00 Saturday Night at the Movies "Count Your Blessings" (c) 11:00 Movie "Queen Bee" WSPA 7-CBS Spartanburg 6:45 Sunrise Semester "Outlines of Art" 7:15 Almanac 7:45 Cartoons 8:00 Party Time 9:00 Alvin 9:30 Tennessee Tuxedo 10:00 Quick Draw McGraw 10:30 Mighty Mouse 11:00 Rin Tin Tin 11:30 Roy Rogers noon Farmer Gray 12:30 Great Moments in Music 12:45 Football Feature 1:00 College Football: Army-Navy Game 4:00 Football Scoreboard 4:15 CBS All-America Team 5:00 TBA (TVG has 7 carrying the first 30 min of Wide World of Sports in tandem with WAIM, must be a typo?) 5:30 Outlaws "The Sooner" 6:15 Great Moments in Music 6:30 News/Weather/Sports 6:45 Football Scoreboard 7:00 Dragnet 7:30 Jackie Gleason 8:30 Defenders "The Seal of Confession" 9:30 Phil Silvers "Harry Who?" 10:00 Gunsmoke 11:00 News/Weather 11:15 Movie "The Keys to the Kingdom" WSOC 9-NBC/ABC Charlotte 7:00 Nursing Film Feature 7:30 Top Cat 7:45 Country Style, USA 8:00 Swingin' Society 8:30 Bullwinkle 9:00 Bugs Bunny 9:30 Ruff & Reddy (c) 10:00 Hector Heathcote (c)

10:30 Fireball XL-5 11:00 Casper 11:30 Fury noon Kilgo's Kanteen 1:00 Exploring (c) 2:00 Movie "Magnetic Monster" 3:30 ABC Wide World of Sports: Al McLane takes on Joe Brooks in tarpon fishing/from Dodgers Stadium, Giant International Ski Jump (from a 165' jump) 5:00 NFL Highlights 5:30 Mr. Novak "Pay the Two Dollars" 6:30 Outer Limits "Tourist Attraction" 7:30 Hootenanny (from Pittsburgh with guests the Tarriers, Josh White, the Brothers Four, Ian & Sylvia (Tyson), Will Holt, Elan Stuart, John Carignon, and Woody Allen) 8:30 Lawrence Welk 9:30 Jerry Lewis (guests Pearl Bailey, Phil Foster, Peter Nero, Jack Jones, and Lucho Navarro) 11:30 Movies "Trouble Along the Way"/"Maid of Salem" WBIR 10-CBS Knoxville 7:00 Light Time 7:15 Davey & Goliath 7:30 Supercar "High Tension" 8:00 Captain Kangaroo 9:00 Alvin 9:30 Tennessee Tuexdo 10:00 Quick Draw McGraw 10:30 Mighty Mouse 11:00 Rin Tin Tin 11:30 Roy Rogers noon Sky King 12:30 News 12:45 Football Feature 1:00 College Football: Army-Navy Game 4:00 Football Scoreboard 4:15 CBS All-America Team 4:45 Great Moments in Music 5:00 Patti Page 5:30 Wrestling 7:00 Mull's Sing 7:30 Jackie Gleason 8:30 Defenders "The Seal of Confession" 9:30 Phil Silvers "Harry Who?" 10:00 Gunsmoke 11:00 Movie "This Angry Age" WJHL 11-CBS/ABC Johnson City 7:00 Movie (listed as Western, no title listed) 8:00 Captain Kangaroo 9:00 Alvin 9:30 Tennessee Tuxedo 10:00 Quick Draw McGraw 10:30 Junior Auction 11:00 Rin Tin Tin 11:30 Roy Rogers noon Sky King 12:30 Virgil Wacks 12:45 Football Feature

1:00 College Football: Army-Navy Game 4:15 Roaring 20s 5:00 Hootenanny (from Fordham University in NYC with guests the New Christy Minstrels, the Dukes of Dixieland, Woody Allen, Will Holt, Leon Bibb, and the Big Three) 6:00 Outer Limits "Corpus Earthling" 7:00 My Three Sons "The Toupee" 7:30 Jackie Gleason 8:30 Defenders "The Seal of Confession" 9:30 Phil Silvers "Harry Who?" 10:00 Gunsmoke 11:00 News 11:15 Movie "The Man in the Net" WLOS 13-ABC Asheville 7:00 Aspect 7:30 Popeye 8:30 Supercar 9:00 Mr. Bill & Bozo 10:30 Jetsons 11:00 Casper 11:30 Beany & Cecil noon Bugs Bunny 12:30 Allakazam 1:00 My Friend Flicka 1:30 American Bandstand (guests Chubby Checker and Donald Jenkins) 2:30 Movie "Bride of the Atom" 3:45 Movie "The Two-Headed Spy" 5:00 Saturday Jamboree 6:00 News/Sports/Weather 6:15 Movie "City of Fear" 7:30 Hootenanny 8:30 Lawrence Welk 9:30 Jerry Lewis 11:30 Movie "I Aim at the Stars" WTVK 26-ABC Knoxville 10:30 Jetsons 11:00 Casper 11:30 Beany & Cecil noon Bugs Bunny 12:30 Allakazam 1:00 My Friend Flicka 1:30 American Bandstand (same show as 13) 2:30 Movie "Adam Had Four Sons" 4:00 ABC Wide World of Sports: 1963 Grey Cup, Hamilton beat the hometown BC Lions 21-10 7:00 Password 7:30 Hootenanny 8:30 Lawrence Welk 9:30 Jerry Lewis 11:30 Movie "The Mad Ghoul" WAIM 40-ABC/CBS Anderson 8:00 Captain Kangaroo 9:00 Alvin 9:30 Tennessee Tuxedo 10:00 Quick Draw McGraw

10:30 Mighty Mouse 11:00 Casper 11:30 Beany & Cecil noon Bugs Bunny 12:30 Allakazam 12:45 Football Feature 1:00 College Football: Army-Navy Game 4:00 Football Scoreboard 4:15 CBS All-America Team 4:45 TBA 5:00 ABC Wide World of Sports (same show as 9) 6:30 Preview: Winter Olympics (Czech skaters Otto and Marie Jelinek, who would later move to Canada; Otto was a CTV figure skating commentator for many years) 7:00 Playhouse 40 7:30 Hootenanny 8:30 Lawrence Welk 9:30 Jerry Lewis Boston TV- Thanksgiving 1983- Network Affiliates Only BOSTON TV- THANKSGIVING 1983 Thursday November 24, 1983 WGBH-TV 2 (PBS) 6:15am- Test Pattern 6:45am- Sign-on/AM Weather 7am- Sesame Street 8am- Mister Rogers 8:30- Sesame Street 9:30- Electric Company 10AM- Music Box 10:15- Inside Story 10:30- Electric Company 11am- Sports America 12:30- 1983 Drum Corps 2:30- National High School Cheerleading Champions 3pm- This Old House 3:30- Electric Company 4pm- Sesame Street 5pm- Mister Rogers 5:30- 3-2-1 Contact 6pm- MacNeil/Lehrer Newshour 7pm- Business Report 7:30- Wild World of Animals 8pm- Sneak Previews 8:30- Victory Garden 9pm- This Old House 9:30- Say Brother 10pm- News 10:30- Business Report 11PM- Macneil/Lehrer NewsHour 12AM- Sign-off WBZ-TV 4 (NBC)

5 AM FARM HOME AND GARDEN 5:30 20 MINUTE WORKOUT 6 AM NBC NEWS/EYEWITNESS NEWS 7AM- Today 9AM-1983 Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade 12pm- NFL '83 12:30- NFL Football- Pittsburgh Steelers @ Detroit Lions 4pm- Love Boat 5pm- People's Court 5:30- Live on 4 6pm- Eyewitness News- (with Jack Williams, Liz Walker, Bruce Schweglor, Bob Lobel) 7pm- NBC News 7:30- Evening Magazine 8pm- Animals are the Funniest People 9pm- We've Got It Made 9:30- Cheers 10pm- Hill Street Blues 11PM- Eyewitness News 11:30- Tonight Show 12:30am- David Letterman 1:30am- Eyewitness News WCVB-TV 5 (ABC) 5 AM CHRONICLE:BEST OF 5:30 TOM COTTLE 6 AM NEWSCENTER 5 7AM- Good Morning America 9AM- Good Day Live! 10AM- Donahue 11AM- Tom Cottle- Up Close 11:30- Newlywed Game 12pm- NewsCenter 5- (with Jack Hynes, Anne McGrath and Bob Copeland) 12:30- Ryan's Hope 1PM- All My Children 2pm- One Life To Live 3pm- General Hospital 4pm- The Waltons 5pm- Soap 5:30- All in the Family 6pm- NewsCenter 5- (with Chet Curtis, Natalie Jacobson, Dick Albert and Don Gillis) 7pm- ABC News 7:30- Chronicle 8pm- Hollywood’s Private Home Movies II 10pm- 20/20 11pm- NewsCenter 5 11:30- ABC News Nightline 12:30- Thicke of The Night WNEV-TV 7 (CBS) 5 AM CBS NEWS NIGHTWATCH 6 AM NEWS 7AM- Morning News 9AM- 1983 All-American Thanksgiving Day Parade 12PM- The Great Bear Scare 12:30- Kenner Family Classics 1:30pm- CBS Afternoon Playhouse- "Secret Agent Boy"

3:30pm- NFL Today 4pm- NFL Football- St. Louis Cardinals @ Dallas Cowboys 7PM- CBS News 7:30- Entertainment Tonight 8pm- Magnum P.I 9pm- Simon and Simon 10pm- Knots Landing 11PM- Newse7en 11:30pm- Entertainment Tonight 12am- Trapper John M.D 1:10am- Movie: HEALTH (1979) 2:30am- News 3am- CBS News Nightwatch Retro: Kentucky Saturday, November 28, 1981 From TV Guide, Kentucky Edition: WAVE Ch. 3 Louisville (NBC) 6:30 Farming With Jack Crowner 7 AM Kentucky Afield 7:30 Blue Apple Clubhouse 8 AM Flintstones Comedy Show (NBC) 8:30 Smurfs 9:30 Kid Super Power Hour With Shazam (IIRC, this was the Smurfs' first season; they'd eventually expand to 90 minutes) 10:30 Spider-Man And His Amazing Friends 11 AM Space Stars 12 N Wrestling 1 PM Nashville On The Road 1:30 Pop! Goes The Country 2 PM Grizzly Adams 3 PM Movie: "The Night Of The Iguana" 5 PM Portrait Of A Legend 5:30 America's Top 10 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News (Jessica Savitch) 7 PM Dance Fever (judges: J.D. Hauser, Charlene Tilton, Wolfman Jack; musical guests: Stargard) 7:30 First Family: Kentucky (profile of Gov. John Y. Brown and wife Phyllis George) 8 PM Barbara Mandrell (guests: Paul Williams, Brenda Lee, Meadowlark Lemon, the Young Blades of Bluegrass) 9 PM Nashville Palace (host: Joe Namath; guests: Cathy Rigby, Charly McClain, Ed Bruce, George Lindsey, magician Walter "Zany" Blaney) (last show of the series) 10 PM NBC Reports: "The Spies Among Us" (Russian espionage in the U.S.) 11 PM News 11:30 College Basketball: Akron-Kentucky (taped) 1:30 Don Kirshner's Rock Concert (time approximate) 3 AM Movie: "Phase IV"

WLWT Ch. 5 Cincinnati (NBC) 6:30 Better Way 7 AM U.S. Farm Report 7:30 Doctor Snuggles 8 AM Mr. Moon's Magic Circus 8:30 Smurfs 9:30 Kid Super Power Hour With Shazam 10:30 Spider-Man And His Amazing Friends 11 AM Space Stars 12 N Wrestling (no, this isn't something on NBC, but all three NBC affiliates (3, 5, 18) had a wrestling show at this time) 1 PM College Basketball '82 1:30 Portrait Of A Legend 2 PM Wood Workshop 2:30 Movie: "Atom Age Vampire" 4 PM Sportsworld: World Professional Figure Skating Championships from Landover, MD 5:30 In Search Of... 6 PM News 6:30 Lawrence Welk (songs with numbers in the titles) 7:30 Look At Us 8 PM Barbara Mandrell 9 PM Nashville Palace 10 PM NBC Reports 11 PM News 11:30 Saturday Night Live (from October: host George Kennedy sings "It's No Fun To Be 53 at Studio 54"; musical guest Miles Davis) 1 AM Don Kirshner's Rock Concert WCPO Ch. 9 Cincinnati (CBS) 6 AM Sunrise Semester (topic not given) 6:30 Call The Doctor 7:30 Roy Rogers 8 AM Kwicky Koala 8:30 Trollkins 9 AM Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Show 10:30 Popeye And Olive 11 AM Blackstar 11:30 Tarzan/Lone Ranger/Zorro (animated) 12:30 Tom And Jerry Comedy Show 1 PM The New Fat Albert Show 1:30 Kidsworld 2 PM We're Movin' 2:30 Movie: "What's Up, Tiger Lily?" 4 PM College Basketball: Michigan-Arkansas 6 PM News (time approximate) 6:30 CBS News (Bob Schieffer) 7 PM A Step Too Slow (Judge Reinhold plays a high-school basketball player cut from the team who turns to music as a way to express his feelings.) 7:30 People's Court

8 PM Walt Disney: "Louis L'Amour's The Cherokee Trail" 9 PM CBS Movie: "Dream House" (not the game show, but John Schneider as a Georgian who tries to win the heart of a woman (Marilu Henner) by building a house in a rundown New York neighborhood) 11 PM News 11:30 Movie: "Caged" 1:30 Here And Now 2 AM News WGN Ch. 9 Chicago (Ind.) Listed Eastern Time 7 AM Cartoons 7:30 Bullwinkle 8 AM U.S. Farm Report 8:30 World Tomorrow 9 AM Rex Humbard 9:30 Issues Unlimited 10 AM Charlando (in Spanish) 10:30 Abbott And Costello 11 AM Superman 11:30 Voyage To The Bottom Of The Sea 12:30 Movie: "Wheel Of Fortune" (John Wayne and Frances Dee, not Pat and Vanna) 2:30 Movie: "Who Done It?" (Abbott and Costello) 4 PM America's Top 10 4:30 Soul Train 5:30 The New You Asked For It (Rich Little hosts) 6 PM Muppet Show 6:30 Welcome Back, Kotter 7 PM Barney Miller 7:30 Laverne & Shirley & Company 8 PM Solid Gold 9 PM College Basketball: Illinois-Loyola of Chicago 11 PM INN News (Jeff Kamen, time approximate) 11:30 News 12 M Movie: "Robin And The 7 Hoods" 2:30 News 3 AM Movie: "The Comancheros" 5:15 TBA WHAS Ch. 11 Louisville (CBS) 7 AM Louisville Tonight (repeat of Friday's show) 7:30 Bugs Bunny & Friends 8 AM Kwicky Koala 8:30 Trollkins 9 AM Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Show 10:30 Popeye And Olive 11 AM Blackstar 11:30 Tarzan/Lone Ranger/Zorro 12:30 Tom And Jerry Comedy Show 1 PM New Fat Albert Show 1:30 30 Minutes (interview with Mackenzie Phillips) 2 PM Movie: "Conquest Of The Planet Of The Apes"

4 PM College Basketball: Georgia-San Francisco 6 PM News (time approximate) 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Hee Haw (Johnny Rodriguez, Helen Cornelius, Hank Cochran) 8 PM Walt Disney 9 PM CBS Movie: "Dream House" 11 PM News 11:30 Movie: "99 And 44/100 Per Cent Dead" 1:30 News WKRC Ch. 12 Cincinnati (ABC) 6:30 Kids Are People Too (delay from Sun 10:30 AM, guests are Mark Hamill and Richard Simmons) 7:30 Max B. Nimble 8 AM Superfriends 8:30 Heathcliff And Marmaduke 9 AM Fonz And The Happy Days Gang 9:30 Laverne & Shirley (animated) 10 AM Richie Rich/Scooby & Scrappy-Doo 11 AM Goldie Gold And Action Jack 11:30 Thundarr The Barbarian 12 N College Football Pre-Game Show 12:20 College Football: Penn State-Pitt 3:30 College Football Pre-Game Show (time approximate) 3:50 College Football: Alabama-Auburn (from Birmingham) 7 PM Hee Haw (time approximate) 8 PM Open All Night (premiere) 8:30 Making A Living (formerly "It's A Living") 9 PM Love Boat (passengers: Marion Ross, Audra Lindley, Bernard Fox, Jerry Stiller and Anne Meara, Berlinda Tolbert) 10 PM Fantasy Island (guests: Phyllis Diller, Claude Akins) 11 PM News 11:30 Movie: "Welcome To Arrow Beach" 1:30 Movie: "Manpower" (as you might expect, this is from World War II, specifically 1941) 3:30 Movie: "God Is My Co-Pilot" WKPC Ch. 15 Louisville (PBS) 12 N World Of Cooking 12:30 This Old House 1 PM Woodwright's Shop 1:30 Photo Show 2 PM Crockett's Victory Garden 2:30 Ben Wattenberg At Large 3 PM By-Line 3:30 Word On Words 4 PM All About TV 4:30 Rainbow's End 5 PM Soccer Made In Germany 6 PM Matinee At The Bijou ("Between Men," a 1935 Western; "Lost City Of The Jungle," Part 1 of 7 from 1946) 7:30 Sneak Previews ("Heartland," "Raggedy Man,"

Tattoo") 8 PM Movie: "Gigi" 10:30 Movie: "Father Goose" sign off 12:30 AM WTBS Ch. 17 Atlanta (Ind.) 5:35 Rat Patrol 6:05 It's Your Business 6:35 Infinity Factory 7:05 Vegetable Soup 7:35 Romper Room And Friends 8:05 Partridge Family 8:35 Movie: "Samson And The Seven Miracles Of The World" 10:05 Movie: "Julius Caesar" (Charlton Heston, from 1970) 12:35 Movie: "Peyton Place" 3:35 Movie: "The Helen Morgan Story" 6 PM College Scoreboard 6:05 Wrestling 8:05 Nashville Alive! 9:05 Football Saturday 10:05 News 11:05 Movie: "Song Of Norway" 2:05 Movie: "A Girl, A Guy And A Gob" (Lucille Ball stars in this, from '41) 4:05 Mission: Impossible WLEX Ch. 18 Lexington (NBC) 6 AM U.S. Farm Report 6:30 Farming With Jack Crowner 7 AM Space Kidettes 7:30 Jetsons 8 AM Flintstones Comedy Show 8:30 Smurfs 9:30 Kid Super Power Hour With Shazam 10:30 Addams Family (the sitcom) 11 AM Call The Doctor 11:30 Winner's Circle 12 N Wrestling 1 PM Center Circle 1:30 Bluegrass Personalities 2 PM Women, USA 3 PM New Woman 3:30 Consumer Focus 4 PM Sportsworld 5:30 Carol Burnett And Friends 6 PM That Nashville Music (Don Williams, David Frizzell & Shelly West, John Hartford, Roy Acuff) 6:30 NBC News 7 PM Lawrence Welk 8 PM Barbara Mandrell 9 PM Nashville Palace

10 PM NBC Reports 11 PM News 11:30 Saturday Night Live 1 AM Movie: "The Ruthless Four" WXIX Ch. 19 Cincinnati (Ind.) 6:15 Perspective 7 AM Laurel And Hardy Laugh Tunes 7:30 Bugs And Porky 8 AM Tom And Jerry 8:30 Woody Woodpecker 9 AM Brady Bunch 9:30 Bewitched 10 AM Monkees 10:30 Movie: "The Wistful Widow Of Wagon Gap" (Abbott and Costello) 12 N Soul Train 1 PM Movie: "Hawaii" 4 PM Movie: "Charlotte's Web" 6 PM Happy Days Again 6:30 M*A*S*H 7 PM Sha Na Na (guest: Isaac Hayes) 7:30 Dance Fever (judges: Arte Johnson, Donna Dixon, Johnny Lee--who's also musical guest) 8 PM Backstage At The Grand Ole Opry (guests: Loretta Lynn and Jimmy C. Newman) 8:30 Pop! Goes The Country (host: Tom T. Hall; guests: Jim Stafford and Sylvia) 9 PM Porter Wagoner (guest: Charlie Louvin) 9:30 Nashville Swing 10 PM Nashville On The Road (guest: Al Downing) 10:30 That Nashville Music (Bobby Bare, Billy Jo Spears, the Osborne Brothers (bluegrass), Buddy Spicher) 11 PM M*A*S*H 11:30 Love Boat (ABC, delay from Wed 12 M) 12:40 Evening At The Improv WKYT Ch. 27 Lexington (CBS) 7 AM Movie: "Oh, Susanna!" (Gene Autry, not Gale Storm) 8 AM Kwicky Koala 8:30 Trollkins 9 AM Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Show 10:30 Popeye And Olive 11 AM Blackstar 11:30 Tarzan/Lone Ranger/Zorro 12:30 Santa In Toyland 1:30 Southeastern Football Today 2 PM Tobacco Talk 2:30 Nashville On The Road 3 PM Backstage At The Grand Ole Opry 3:30 McLain Family Band (local) 4 PM College Basketball: Georgia-San Francisco

6 PM News (time approximate) 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Hee Haw 8 PM Walt Disney 9 PM CBS Movie: "Dream House" 11 PM News 11:30 College Basketball: Akron-Kentucky (taped) WLKY 32 Alive Louisville (ABC) 7 AM Romper Room 7:30 Kidsworld 8 AM Superfriends 8:30 Heathcliff And Marmaduke 9 AM Fonz And The Happy Days Gang 9:30 Laverne & Shirley (animated) 10 AM Christmas Is...With Benji And Waldo 10:30 Twelve Gifts (a snow goose has 12 gifts for Santa...based on "The 12 Days Of Christmas") 11 AM Goldie Gold And Action Jack 11:30 Thundarr The Barbarian 12 N College Football Pre-Game Show 12:20 College Football: Penn State-Pitt 3:30 College Football Pre-Game Show (time approximate) 3:50 College Football: Alabama-Auburn 7 PM Atomic Legs (a 10-year-old runner learns about self-confidence, time approximate) 7:30 Healthbeat 8 PM Open All Night 8:30 Making A Living 9 PM Love Boat 10 PM Fantasy Island 11 PM News 11:30 Movie: "Murder On The Orient Express" 2 AM Movie: "The Wild Party" (about professional death for many silent-movie stars with the advent of sound) 3:50 ABC News (Tom Jarriel) WTVQ Ch. 36 Lexington (ABC) 7 AM Tom And Jerry And Friends 8 AM Superfriends 8:30 Heathcliff And Marmaduke 9 AM Fonz And The Happy Days Gang 9:30 Laverne & Shirley (animated) 10 AM Richie Rich/Scooby And Scrappy Doo 11 AM Goldie Gold And Action Jack 11:30 Thundarr The Barbarian 12 N College Football Pre-Game Show 12:20 College Football: Penn State-Pitt 3:30 College Football Pre-Game Show (time approximate) 3:50 College Football: Alabama-Auburn 7 PM Movie: "Charlotte's Web" (time approximate) 9 PM Love Boat 10 PM Fantasy Island

11 PM News 11:30 Movie: "Cat Ballou" WDRB Ch. 41 Louisville (Ind.) 7:30 New Shapes: Education 8 AM Space Kidettes 8:30 Jim Bakker 9:30 NFL Review And Preview 10:30 American Educational TV Network 11:30 Fitness Motivation 12 N I Love Lucy 12:30 In Search Of... 1 PM Wild Kingdom 1:30 Wrestling 2:30 Movie: "When Worlds Collide" 4:10 Movie: "Torrid Zone" 6 PM Solid Gold (Natalie Cole, John Schneider) 7 PM Battlestar Galactica 8 PM Rockford Files 9 PM Lawrence Welk 10 PM INN News 10:30 Hilarity Hall 11 PM Movie: "No Survivors, Please" KET Kentucky Educational Television (WKZT/23 Elizabethtown, WKSO/29 Somerset, WKMR/38 Morehead, WKLE/46 Lexington, WKON/52 Owenton, WCVN/54 Covington, WKMJ/68 Louisville) 4 PM General Educational Development 5 PM Firing Line 6 PM Matinee At The Bijou 7:30 Another Page 8 PM John Callaway Interviews (novelist John Updike) 9 PM All Creatures Great And Small 10 PM Duchess Of Duke Street II (Part 9) sign off 11 PM Retro: Atlanta/Chattanooga/Macon Saturday, December 1, 1962 From TV Guide Georgia (Atlanta) Edition: WSB Ch. 2 Atlanta (NBC) 7 AM Spade And Hoe 7:30 Cartoons 7:35 Movie: "Tarzan Finds A Son" 9 AM Cartoons 9:30 Ruff And Reddy (COLOR) 10 AM Shari Lewis (guest: comedian Pierre Olaf) (COLOR) 10:30 King Leonardo (COLOR) 11 AM Fury 11:30 Magic Midway 12 N Make Room For Daddy

12:30 Exploring (Celeste Holm reads selections from "Hailstones And Halibut Bones," a collection of poems compiled by Mary O'Neill.) (COLOR) 1:30 Popeye Club 2:30 Movie: "Aloma Of The South Seas" (I guess Dorothy Lamour gets to wear her sarong in this one.) (COLOR) 4 PM Movie: "Captain Horatio Hornblower" (COLOR) 6 PM Two Bells 6:30 Football Highlights 6:40 Weather, News, Sports 7 PM Eyewitness (local and not the CBS News broadcasts airing on Friday nights) 7:15 NBC News (Sander Vanocur) 7:30 Sam Benedict 8:30 Joey Bishop (COLOR) 9 PM NBC Movie: "Night People" (COLOR) 11 PM Movies: "Young Man With A Horn" and "The Woman On Pier 13" (to 2:25 AM) WRGP (WRCB) Ch. 3 Chattanooga (NBC) 7:30 Movie: TBA 8:30 Dick Tracy (animated) 8:45 Learn To Draw (Jon Gnagy) 9 AM Captain Gallant (delay from 5:30 PM) 9:30 Ruff And Reddy (COLOR) 10 AM Shari Lewis (COLOR) 10:30 King Leonardo (COLOR) 11 AM Fury 11:30 Magic Midway 12 N Make Room For Daddy 12:30 Exploring (COLOR) 1:30 Mr. Wizard 2 PM Movies: "Huk" (it's spelled right) and "Baby Face Nelson" 5 PM Chattanooga Wrestling 7 PM Porter Wagoner 7:30 Sam Benedict 8:30 Joey Bishop (COLOR) 9 PM NBC Movie: "Night People" (COLOR) 11 PM Movie: "Bandido" WAGA Ch. 5 Atlanta (CBS) 7:25 News, Weather 7:30 4-H Hour 8 AM Funny Pictures (Dave Michaels, later anchor on 11 Alive, then CNN) 9 AM Captain Kangaroo 10 AM Bugs Bunny (not the ABC show which airs at noon on Ch. 11) 10:30 Mighty Mouse 11 AM Rin Tin Tin 11:30 Roy Rogers 12 N Sky King

12:30 Reading Room (Cyril Ritchard reads parts of "The Lion, The Witch And The Wardrobe" by C.S. Lewis.) 12:55 CBS News (Robert Trout) 1 PM College Football Kickoff (Chris Schenkel) 1:15 Army-Navy Game 4 PM Championship Bowling: Lou Campe vs. Verne Downey (time approximate) 5 PM Grand Ole Opry 5:30 Movie: "They Died With Their Boots On" (story of Custer) 7:20 Scoreboard 7:30 Jackie Gleason 8:30 The Defenders (guest star: Carroll O'Connor) 9:30 Have Gun, Will Travel 10 PM Gunsmoke 11 PM News (Jim Axel, longtime fixture at Ch. 5, anchoring news at least through the '70s) 11:20 Movie: "Tripoli" WGTV Ch. 8 Athens/Atlanta (NET) off air on Saturday WTVC Ch. 9 Chattanooga (ABC) 7:30 Better Agriculture 8 AM Movie: "Captive Of Billy The Kid" (stars Allan "Rocky" Lane, the voice of Mr. Ed) 9 AM My Friend Flicka (delay from 1 PM) 9:30 Supercar 10 AM Magic Land Of Allakazam (says it's the same show that airs in pattern at 12:30) 10:30 Bugs Bunny (delay from 12 N) 11 AM Make A Face (kids' version of a game show which followed "Camouflage" in the fall of 1961--actually, I'd have preferred a kids' version of "Camouflage"-Bob Clayton hosts) 11:30 Top Cat 12 N Mull's Singing Convention 1 PM Word Of God 1:30 This Is The Answer 2 PM It's A Great Life (pre-Aunt Bee Frances Bavier was on this show) 2:30 Top Star Bowling 3:30 King Of Diamonds (Broderick Crawford as Johnny King in an unsuccessful followup to "Highway Patrol") 4 PM Grey Cup Game 7 PM Beany And Cecil (time approximate, COLOR) 7:30 Roy Rogers And Dale Evans Show (guests: Edgar Bergen with Charlie McCarthy, Mortimer Snerd, and Effie Klinker) 8:30 Mr. Smith Goes To Washington (Fess Parker may have been a good Davy Crockett or Daniel Boone, but Jimmy Stewart he ain't. This show is canceled in April and replaced by "Hootenanny".) 9 PM Lawrence Welk (guest: banjoist Eddie Peabody) 10 PM Boxing: Battling Torres, junior welterweight, vs. Billy Collins,

welterweight, 10 rounds, from the Olympic Auditorium in Los Angeles; Don Dunphy reports. 10:45 Make That Spare (time approximate, Earl Johnson vs. either Joe Kristof or Bill Schaufert; Johnny Johnston hosts) 11 PM Movie: "Tea For Two" WAII (WXIA) Ch. 11 Atlanta (ABC) 6:55 News, Weather 7 AM Cartoon Carnival 8 AM Adventures In Living (this show lasted into the '80s, IIRC) 9 AM Diver Dan 9:45 Learn To Draw 10 AM Sword Of Freedom 10:30 The Buccaneers 11 AM Make A Face 11:30 Top Cat 12 N Bugs Bunny 12:30 Magic Land Of Allakazam 1 PM My Friend Flicka 1:30 Teen Time (Billy Johnson) 2 PM Stars Of Tomorrow (I don't know which is more accurate: "Freddie Miller's Amateur Hour" or "Freddie Miller's Talent Scouts" or maybe "Atlanta Idol" Smiley) 2:30 Live Atlanta Wrestling 4 PM Grey Cup Game 7 PM Beany And Cecil (time approximate, COLOR) 7:30 Roy Rogers And Dale Evans Show 8:30 Mr. Smith Goes To Washington 9 PM Lawrence Welk 10 PM Boxing 10:45 Make That Spare (time approximate) 11 PM Night Watch (news) 11:15 Movie: TBA WDEF Ch. 12 Chattanooga (CBS) 8 AM Country Boy Eddy (an early-morning fixture in Birmingham for years) 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 12:55 CBS News 1 PM College Football Kickoff 1:15 Army-Navy Game 4 PM Movie: "Flying Leathernecks" (time approximate) 6 PM Roller Derby 7 PM Peter Gunn 7:30 Jackie Gleason 8:30 The Defenders 9:30 Have Gun, Will Travel

10 PM Gunsmoke 11 PM Movie: "Pork Chop Hill" WMAZ Ch. 13 Macon (CBS/NBC/ABC) 6:30 These Are Your Schools 7 AM On The Farm 7:30 Cartoons 8 AM Superman 8:30 Cisco Kid 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 12:55 CBS News 1 PM College Football Kickoff 1:15 Army-Navy Game 4:30 Bugs Bunny (ABC, delay from noon) 5 PM Eddie Cannon (music, local) 5:30 Grand Ole Opry 6 PM Florida Boys (gospel music) 6:30 Bonanza (NBC, delay from Sun 9 PM and not in color) 7:30 Jackie Gleason 8:30 The Defenders 9:30 Have Gun, Will Travel 10 PM Gunsmoke 11 PM Lawrence Welk (ABC, delay from 9 PM) 12 M City Detective 12:30 Highway Patrol Retro: Southern Quebec/Ottawa Sun, Nov 30, 1975 from Tele (published by Montreal's La Presse, this supplement was syndied to several French dailies in Quebec and Ottawa's Le Droit...my copy is from Granby's La Voix de l'Est which is celebrating its 75th anniversary) CBFT 2-Montreal/CBOFT 9-Ottawa/CBVT 11-Quebec City (SRC) 9:00 Sesame (local version of Sesame Street) 9:30 Les contes de la rive (Tales from the Riverbank) 9:45 L'Evangile en papier 10:00 Le Jour du Seigneur (from Christ-Roi RC Parish, Sherbrooke) 11:00 Concerto 11:30 Cine-Magazine noon La semaine verte 1:00 NFL: Houston-Cincinnati (SRC commentators Raymond Lebrun and Jean Seguin) 3:30 Festival international de jazz de Montreux (a 1972 performance by the European Rhythm Machine, led by Phil Woods) 4:00 D'hier a demain 5:00 Second regard 6:00 La Question 6:30 Le Telejournal 6:40 Nouvelles du sport

6:50 La politique provinciale (representative from the Union Nationale) 7:00 La Petite Patrie 7:30 Les Beaux Dimanches...7:30 "Monsieur B", 8:30 "C'etait le fil de la vie", 9:30 "Kenneth Gilbert, claviers et orchestre", 10:00 the Berlin Philharmonic performs Beethoven's Seventh 10:30 Le Telejournal 10:45 Sports-Dimanche 11:00 Cine-Club "Cul-de-sac" (bw) Videotron 2-Gatineau Laurentian Cablevision 3-Hull 6pm Radio-Quebec programming WCAX 3-CBS Burlington 9:00 US of Archie 9:26 In the News 9:30 Harlem Globetrotters 9:56 In the News 10:00 Friends of Man 10:30 Look Up & Live 11:00 Camera 3 11:30 Face the Nation noon You Can Quote Me 12:30 American Life Style 1:00 This is Your Government 1:10 Report from Congress 1:15 Film Shorts 1:30 NFL Preview 2:00 NFL: NY Giants-Dallas 4:00 NFL: Minnesota-Washington 7:00 Hee Haw 8:00 Cher (guests David Essex and Jerry Lewis) 9:00 Kojak "Both Sides of the Law" 10:00 Bronk 11:00 Channel 3 Nightbeat 11:15 Sunday Movie "San Francisco International" Ottawa Cablevision 3-Ottawa 9:30 Ottawa 67s 11:30 Wayne Giardino noon Jiu-Jitsu in Action 12:30 Unter Uns 1:00 Deutschkanadisches TV Magazine 2:30 In Your Community 2:45 Spotlight on RA 3:00 Time to Live 4:00 House Detective 5:00 Beyond the Ballot 5:30 Kaleidoscope 6:30 TBA 7:00 McManus-Mackenzie King 7:30 Avec Angle 8:10 The Difficult Art Skyline Cablevision 3-Ottawa 1:30pm For Kids & Other People 5:00 Museum of Man

5:15 Art in the Community CFCM 4-TVA Quebec City 9:00 Theirry la fronde (bw) 9:30 L'enfant du cirque (Circus Boy) 10:00 Rex Humbard 11:00 Ils sont 33 000 a votre service (produced by the provincial public service union) 11:15 Dessins animes (cartoons) 11:30 Monsieur le Maire noon Il est ecrit 12:30 Organisation Camille Samsonm 12:45 Mag-Dimanche 2:00 J'ai le gout du Quebec 2:30 Cinema "Le bouc emissaire" (bw/The Scapegoat) 4:00 Au pays des geants (Land of the Giants) 4:45 Le Pere Noel 5:00 Le prince bienheureux 5:30 Monde en liberte 5:55 Les Informations 6:00 WHA: Quebec-Phoenix (Jacques Moreau with the call) 8:45 Documentaire 9:00 OXFAM-Quebec (fundraiser with Yvon Deschamps, Gilles Vigneault, Ginette Reno, and Beau Dommage) 10:00 Regards sur le monde 10:30 Nouvelles TVA 11:00 La onzieme heure mid. Les protecteurs (Protectors) 1:30 Musique avec Marc Legrand CBOT 4-Ottawa/CBMT 6-Montreal (CBC) 10:00 (4) Sesame Street 10:30 (6) This is the Life 11:00 Meeting Place (Stella Maris RC Parish, Benoit's Cove NL) noon Living Tomorrow 12:15 A Way Out 1:00 NFL: teams TBA 3:30 Sportsweek 4:00 Country Canada 4:30 Hymn Sing 5:00 TBA 5:30 Tommy Common's Musical World (Scottish dancers are his guests) 6:00 Wonderful World of Disney "Man on Wheels" 7:00 Beachcombers "Boss Log" 7:30 Irish Rovers 8:00 Waltons 9:00 Performance "Six War Years" 10:00 Marketplace 10:30 Ombudsman 11:00 The National 11:15 Nation's Business (rep from the Liberals) 11:20 (4) CBOT Tonight 11:21 (6) Montreal Tonight 11:35 (4) LaPierre 11:37 (6) Cine-Camp "Mr. Deeds Goes to Town" (bw) TVC 4-St Jerome

No scheduled programming CKMI 5-CBC Quebec City 10:00 Church Today 10:30 Crossroads 11:00 Rex Humbard noon Garner Ted Armstrong 12:30 Agape 1:00 NFL: teams TBA 3:30 Sportsweek 4:00 Country Canada 4:30 Hymn Sing 5:00 TBA 5:30 Tommy Common's Musical World 6:00 Wonderful World of Disney "Man on Wheels" 7:00 Beachcombers "Boss Log" 7:30 Irish Rovers 8:00 Waltons 9:00 Performance "Six War Years" 10:00 Marketplace 10:30 Ombudsman 11:00 The National 11:15 Nation's Business 11:22 After Eleven "Journey Through Rosebud" 12:55 Music with Marc Legrand WPTZ 5-NBC Plattsburgh 8:00 Kathryn Kuhlman 8:30 Rex Humbard 9:30 Oral Roberts 10:00 Day of Discovery 10:30 Old Time Gospel Hour 11:30 NBC Religious Special (no other details listed, what was this?) noon Meet the Press 12:30 Inside Albany 1:00 NFL: teams TBA 4:00 Virginian 5:30 Eyewitness Forum 6:00 Lawrence Welk 7:00 Wonderful World of Disney "Man on Wheels" 8:00 TBA 9:00 Sunday Mystery Movie "McCoy: Double Take" 11:00 Eyewitness News 11:30 Pop! Goes the Country mid. Mission: Impossible CKGN 6-Global Ottawa 9:00 Global Newsweek 9:30 Hisey House of Song 10:00 Festival Portuguese 11:00 Portugal '75 11:30 Domenica Sport noon Italian Movie Review 12:30 Johnny Lombardi Festival Italiano 1:00 Lancia Theatre 1:30 Italian Variety Show

2:00 Good News 2:30 Master's Touch 3:00 International Outreach 3:30 Church Today 4:00 Agape 4:30 Merrie Melodies 5:30 Rainbow Adventures "Treasure Galleon" 7:30 Movie "Kenner" 9:30 My Country with Pierre Berton "The Man Who Drove the Last Spike" (profiling Lord Strathcona, nee Donald Smith) 10:00 Beacon Hill "The Visitor" 11:00 Movie "For a Few Acres of Snow" CHLT 7-TVA Sherbrooke 8:45 Les aventures d'un pellerin 9:00 Patof raconte 9:30 Il est ecrit 10:00 C'etait l'bon temps noon Bon dimanche 2:00 Jugements rendus 2:30 Reflexion 3:00 Passeport 3:30 Tele-Quilles 4:30 Papa a raison "Margaret veut danser" (bw/Father Knows Best) 5:00 Le prince bienheureux 5:30 Flipper "Le dauphin, detective" (pt 2) 6:00 WHA: Quebec-Houston 8:45 Deux pianos 9:00 OXFAM-Quebec 10:00 Regards sur le monde 10:30 Nouvelles TVA 11:00 La onzieme heure WWNY 7-CBS/NBC/ABC Watertown 8:30 Cartoon Theater 9:26 In the News 9:30 Harlem Globetrotters 9:56 In the News 10:00 Bugs Bunny & Friends 11:00 Day of Discovery 11:30 Face the Nation noon Word of Life 12:30 Rogues 1:30 NFL Preview 2:00 NFL: NY Giants-Dallas 5:00 Name of the Game "Give Till It Hurts" 6:30 Pop! Goes the Country 7:00 WWNY News 7:30 Sunday Movie "Wake Me When the War is Over" 9:00 Kojak "Both Sides of the Law" 10:00 Bronk 11:00 Weekend News 11:30 Sunday Night Movie "Critic's Choice" CJOH-CTV: 8 Cornwall/13 Ottawa 6:00 University of the Air

6:30 Crossroads 7:00 Church Today 7:30 Jimmy Swaggart 8:00 People's Church 9:00 Day of Discovery 9:30 Kathryn Kuhlman 10:00 It is Written 10:30 Rex Humbard 11:30 Family Finder noon Quest 12:30 Share 1:00 Joys of Collecting 1:30 Regional Contact 2:00 Lively Woman 2:30 Sunday Cinema "Where's Charley?" 4:30 Question Period 5:00 Untamed World 5:30 Kreskin (guest Carmel Quinn) 6:30 Funny Farm (guests Will Jordan and Charlie Walker) 7:00 Six Million Dollar Man "Divided Loyalty" 8:00 Cher 9:00 Kojak "Both Sides of the Law" 10:00 Human Journey "Leadership" 11:00 CTV National News 11:20 Sportsline 11:30 Joyce Davidson "Some Very Special People" mid. Midnight at the Movies "Carry On Again, Doctor" WMTW 8-ABC Mount Washington (COL Poland Spring) 7:15 Cartoon Carnival 7:45 Rev. Carl Stevens 8:15 Rex Humbard 9:15 Catholic Mass 10:30 Old Time Gospel Hour 11:30 Garner Ted Armstrong noon Star of David 12:30 Medix 1:00 News Circle Extra 1:30 Issues & Answers 2:00 Sunday Showtime "The Girl in the Red Velvet Swing" 4:00 Sunday Showcase "The Tall Men" 6:00 Friends of Man 6:30 World of Survival 7:00 Swiss Family Robinson 8:00 Six Million Dollar Man "Divided Loyalty" 9:00 ABC Sunday Night Movie "The Laughing Policeman" 11:00 News Final 11:15 Movie Classic "The Men" (bw) CKSH 9-Sherbrooke/CKTM 13-Trois Rivieres (SRC) 7:30 Daktari 8:30 Les Pierrafeu (Flintstones) 9:00 Sesame 9:30 Les contes de la rive (Tales from the Riverbank) 9:45 L'Evangile en papier 10:00 Le Jour du Seigneur (CKSH produced that week's service for the network)

11:00 Rex Humbard noon La semaine verte 1:00 NFL: Houston-Cincinnati 3:30 Festival international de jazz de Montreux 4:00 D'hier a demain 5:00 Second regard 6:00 Walt Disney 7:00 La Petite Patrie 7:30 Les Beaux Dimanches (see CBFT for listings details) 10:30 Le Telejournal 10:45 Sports-Dimanche 11:00 Cine-Club "Cul-de-sac" (bw) Cable TV 9-Montreal 9:30 Come Alive 10:00 Objectif jeune Chambre 11:00 Black Youth Television Workshop 11:30 Here & Now noon Lake Shore Tele Information 1:00 Cavalcade of Champs 2:00 Teenage Bowling Club 3:00 Concordia Activities 5:30 Podiya 6:00 Radio-Quebec programming 10:00 Tele Sports Digest 10:30 Checkered Flag 11:00 Tele Sports: AFL & NFL's Greatest Games 11:30 Tele Sports Digest 12:30 Tele Sports: AFL & NFL's Greatest Games National Cablevision 9-Montreal 8:00 Jewish Dimensions 8:30 Here & Now 9:00 Commission d'enquete sue le crime organise 6:00 Radio-Quebec programming 10:00 Commission d'enquete sur le crime organise CFTM 10-TVA Montreal 9:00 Patof raconte 9:30 Fanfan Dede 10:00 C'etait l'bon temps noon Bon dimanche 2:00 Jugements rendus 2:30 Reflexion 3:00 La soeur volante "Le magicien" (Flying Nun) 3:30 Tele-Quilles 4:30 Pour y voir clair (this syndied program was produced by the Insurance Bureau of Canada...other airdates: Dec 2nd 9:30pm on CFVO, Dec 6th at 9pm on CKSH/CKTM) 5:00 Le prince bienheureux 5:30 Flipper "Le dauphin, detective" (pt 2) 6:00 WHA: Quebec-Phoenix 8:45 Deux pianos 9:00 OXFAM-Quebec 10:00 Regards sur le monde 10:30 Nouvelles TVA 11:00 La onzieme heure

mid. Le 10 vous informe CFCF 12-CBC Montreal 5:59 sign-on (bw) 6:00 Community 6:30 Crossroads 7:00 Jimmy Swaggart "Can a Christian Live Above Sin?" (apparently Jimmy couldn't Cheesy) 7:30 Kathryn Kuhlman 8:00 Rex Humbard 9:00 Oral Roberts 9:30 It is Written 10:00 Hellenic Program (bw) 10:30 Teledomenica (bw) 1:00 Mr. Chips 1:30 Sports Beat '75 2:00 Sunday Theatre "The Russians are Coming, the Russians are Coming" 4:30 Question Period 5:00 Untamed World 5:30 Garner Ted Armstrong 6:00 Travel '75 6:30 Going Places (Mike Darrow hosts this game show testing people's travel knowledge) 7:00 Six Million Dollar Man "Divided Loyalty" 8:00 Cher 9:00 Kojak "Both Sides of the Law" 10:00 Human Journey "Leadership" 11:00 CTV National News 11:21 Pulse mid. 12 Midnight Movie "The Family Way" Radio-Quebec: CIVQ 15-Quebec City/CIVM 17-Montreal 6pm Le drame de la survie "Entre deux oceans" 6:30 Si l'monde savait 7:00 En se racontant l'histoire d'ici (in pt 1, a look at the 4 day term of Quebec Premier Louis-Olivier Taillon...in pt 2, a look at French-Canadian families' dominant traits between 1880 and 1900) 8:00 Les Sesterain ou miroir 2000 8:30 Le sens de la vie 9:30 Les Jazzeurs (profile of Lonnie Smith) WEZF 22-ABC Burlington 8:00 Insight 8:30 Jerry Falwell 9:30 Worship for Shut-Ins 10:00 Jetsons 10:30 Devlin 11:00 These are the Days 11:30 Make a Wish noon College Football '75 1:00 Directions 2:00 Forum 22 2:30 Twilight Zone (bw) 3:00 Shock Theatre "Fire Maidens from Outer Space" (bw) 4:30 Don Kirshner's Rock Concert 6:00 World of Survival 6:30 Victory at Sea 7:00 Swiss Family Robinson 8:00 Six Million Dollar Man "Divided Loyalty"

9:00 ABC Sunday Night Movie "The Laughing Policeman" 11:00 News Final 11:15 PTL Club CFVO 30-TVA Hull (the station, which launched in September 1974, was a big money loser and went under in March 1977...its technical facilities would become RQ station CIVO with CBOFT picking up some TVA programs until CHOT signed-on in 1978) 9:30 La Cathedrale de demain 10:30 Au royaume des animaux 11:00 Dessins animes 11:30 Patof raconte noon Bon dimanche 2:00 Jugements rendus 2:30 Reflexion 3:00 Gens de parole 3:30 Tele-Quilles 4:30 Visa 5:00 Le prince bienheureux 5:30 Debut 6:00 WHA: Quebec-Phoenix 8:45 Deux pianos 9:00 OXFAM-Quebec 10:00 Regards sur le monde 10:30 Nouvelles TVA 11:00 La onzieme heure WETK 33-PBS Burlington 4pm Speaking Freely 5:00 Cross-Country Skiing 5:30 Antiques 6:00 Tribal Eye 7:00 World Press 7:30 Lowell Thomas Remembers 8:00 Evening at Symphony 9:00 Masterpiece Theatre 10:00 Earth Resources Satellite 10:15 Power from the Earth 10:30 Monty Python's Flying Circus (for 15 min??) 10:45 Auto Tire Hydroplaning Retro: Kentucky Monday, December 1, 1975 Red-letter day: "As The World Turns" expands to an hour, "The Edge Of Night" moves from CBS to ABC, and "All In The Family" begins rerunning on CBS. Also, "Wheel Of Fortune" expands to an hour for a few weeks. From TV Guide, Kentucky Edition: WAVE Ch. 3 Louisville (NBC) 6:30 Today In WAVE Country 7 AM Today (Jim Hartz/Barbara Walters) 9 AM Morning Show 10 AM Celebrity Sweepstakes (Barbara Eden, Pam Grier, Gabe Kaplan, James Farentino, Dick Martin, Carol

Wayne) 10:30 Wheel Of Fortune 11:30 Hollywood Squares (John Davidson, Whitman Mayo, Susan Seaforth, Anthony Newley, George Gobel, Lee Meriwether, Tony Franciosa, Rose Marie, Paul Lynde) 12 N News 12:30 Mike Douglas (from Las Vegas: co-host Don Adams; guests Jerry Lewis, Glen Campbell, the Golddiggers, the Royal Scots bagpipe and drum corps, the Argentinian Gauchos, who perform stunts with swords and whiplike bolas) 1:30 Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 4 PM Movie: "The Last Child" 5:30 Adam-12 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News (John Chancellor) 7 PM Billy Graham Crusade (third and final program from Lubbock, TX) 8 PM Space: 1999 9 PM NBC Movie: "Butterflies Are Free" 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show (Roy Clark subs for Johnny; guests Andy Griffith, Karen Valentine, Norm Crosby) 1 AM Tomorrow (video dating is the topic) WLWT Ch. 5 Cincinnati (NBC) 6:20 Good Morning 6:30 Dick Van Dyke 7 AM Today 9 AM 3 For The Money (Adrienne Barbeau, Jack Klugman; Dick Enberg hosts, appears to be a one-week delay, since its last show on NBC was Nov. 28) 9:25 News 9:30 Hollywood Squares (Anson Williams, Lynn Redgrave, Rich Little, Milton Berle, Joan Rivers--delay from Friday) 10 AM Celebrity Sweepstakes 10:30 Phil Donahue (guest: Tom T. Hall) 11:30 Midday 12 N Bob Braun's 50-50 Club (guest: Sam Levenson) 1:30 Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 4 PM Somerset 4:30 Family Affair 5 PM Beverly Hillbillies 5:30 Adam-12 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News 7 PM To Tell The Truth (Bill Cullen, Peggy Cass, Nipsey Russell, Kitty Carlisle) 7:30 Don Adams' Screen Test (Sally Struthers and Bobby Morse work with contestants in scenes from "To Have And Have Not" and "The Prisoner

Of Zenda".) 8 PM Invisible Man (David McCallum) 9 PM NBC Movie: "Butterflies Are Free" 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show 1 AM Tomorrow WCPO Ch. 9 Cincinnati (CBS) 5:50 Farm News 6 AM Sunrise Semester: "Anthropology Of The Middle East And North Africa" 6:30 Impact 7 AM CBS News (Hughes Rudd) 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Uncle Al 10 AM Price Is Right 11 AM Gambit 11:30 Jeopardy! (the 1974-75 syndicated version with Art Fleming--this is a one-shot as Ch. 9 begins airing "Tattletales" at this time tomorrow) 12 N Noon Report 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 '75 (Esther Rolle, Joe Silver, Fannie Flagg, Brett Somers, Richard Dawson, Charles Nelson Reilly) 4 PM Movie: "Crest Of The Wave" 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News (Walter Cronkite) 7 PM Truth Or Consequences 7:30 Price Is Right (Dennis James) 8 PM Rhoda 8:30 Phyllis 9 PM All In The Family 9:30 Maude 10 PM Medical Center 11 PM News 11:30 CBS Movie: "See No Evil" 1:30 Christopher Closeup 2 AM News WHAS Ch. 11 Louisville (CBS) 6 AM Sunrise Semester 6:30 Moral Side Of The News (this program began almost as soon as WHAS signed on in 1950, repeat from 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 Gambit

11:30 Love Of Life 11:55 CBS News (Douglas Edwards) 12 N News 12:30 Omelet (local talk show) 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 '75 4 PM Tattletales (Bob and Ginnie Newhart, Dick and Dolly Martin) 4:30 Gomer Pyle, USMC 5 PM Beverly Hillbillies 5:30 Andy Griffith 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News 7 PM WHAS News Conference 7:30 Don Adams' Screen Test (Darren McGavin and Lucie Arnaz work with contestants in scenes from "To Have And Have Not" and "The Maltese Falcon".) 8 PM Rhoda 8:30 Phyllis 9 PM All In The Family 9:30 Maude 10 PM Medical Center 11 PM News 11:30 Best Of Groucho 12 M Movie: "The Quiller Memorandum" 2 AM News WKRC Ch. 12 Cincinnati (ABC) 6 AM Viewpoint On Nutrition 6:30 Overseas Mission 6:55 Take Kerr (Graham Kerr) 7 AM Good Morning America (David Hartman) 9 AM A.M. Cincinnati 9:30 Masquerade Party (the Richard Dawson version-a one-shot as movies take over this timeslot tomorrow) 10 AM Movie: "Cleopatra" (Part 1--Taylor and Burton) 11:30 Happy Days 12 N Showoffs (Ron Masak, Elaine Joyce, Julie Gregg; Bobby Van (Elaine Joyce's husband) hosts) 12:30 All My Children 1 PM Ryan's Hope 1:30 Let's Make A Deal (expands to an hour this week only) 2:30 Rhyme And Reason (Gale Storm--I didn't know she did this some six years before her "Love Boat" appearance, Rhonda Bates, Jamie Farr, Pat Harrington, Nipsey Russell, Conny Van Dyke) 3 PM Edge Of Night (special 90-minute episode to launch its run on ABC, pre-empts "General Hospital" and "One Life To Live", and after this will be seen at 11 AM on Chs. 12 and 32-note that Ch. 12 will run only an hour today and the last

30 minutes Tuesday at 11 AM) 4 PM Dinah! (from New York: Gwen Verdon, Chita Rivera, Robert Klein, dancers Tony Stevens and Christopher Chadman, an exhibit of homemade designer-like clothes) 5:30 News 6 PM ABC News (Harry Reasoner) 6:30 Bowling For Dollars 7 PM Mike Douglas (from San Diego: Jack Palance, the Lennon Sisters, the Hudson Brothers, Larry Csonka, Dick Butkus, women's pro-football team the San Diego Lobos, Navy and Marine Corps officers) 8 PM Billy Graham Crusade (same as Ch. 3) 9 PM NFL Football: New England-Miami 12 M News (time approximate) 12:30 My Partner The Ghost (to 1:30) WKPC Ch. 15 Louisville (PBS) 10 AM Sesame Street 11 AM Electric Company 11:30 Villa Alegre 12 N In-school programs (I assume) 3:30 Lilias, Yoga And You 4 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 4:30 Sesame Street 5:30 Electric Company 6 PM Villa Alegre 6:30 Lilias, Yoga And You 7 PM Classic Theatre Preview: "Three Sisters" 7:30 Evening Edition With Martin Agronsky 8 PM In Performance At Wolf Trap (Dionne Warwick) 9 PM The Dreamer (ballet) 9:30 Realidades 10 PM The Onedin Line 11 PM Captioned ABC News sign off 11:30 PM WLEX Ch. 18 Lexington (NBC) 7 AM Today 9 AM Mike Douglas (from San Diego: co-host Wayne Rogers, Carol Lawrence, the Golddiggers, Navy officers) 10 AM Celebrity Sweepstakes 10:30 Wheel Of Fortune 11:30 Hollywood Squares 12 N News 12:30 Magnificent Marble Machine (Florence Henderson, David Brenner, host is Art James) 12:55 NBC News (Edwin Newman) 1 PM High Rollers (delay from noon, Alex Trebek hosts) 1:30 Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 4 PM Somerset 4:30 Flipper

5 PM Santa Claus 5:30 News 6 PM Metro Report 6:30 NBC News 7 PM Beverly Hillbillies 7:30 Hollywood Squares (Ernest Borgnine, Redd Foxx, George Foreman, Vikki Carr, McLean Stevenson, Marcia Wallace, Rich Little, Rose Marie, Paul Lynde) 8 PM Invisible Man 9 PM NBC Movie: "Butterflies Are Free" 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show 1 AM Tomorrow WXIX Ch. 19 Cincinnati (Ind.) 6:30 Perspective 7 AM New Zoo Revue 7:30 Cartoons 8:30 Popeye 9 AM Flintstones (x2) 10 AM Dennis The Menace 10:30 Petticoat Junction 11 AM Andy Griffith 11:30 I Love Lucy 12 N Bewitched (the first episode) 12:30 That Girl 1 PM Movie: "Only The Best" 3 PM Mickey Mouse Club 3:30 Popeye 4 PM Flintstones 4:30 Gilligan's Island 5 PM Brady Bunch 5:30 Bewitched 6 PM Andy Griffith 6:30 Star Trek 7:30 Love, American Style 8 PM Maverick 9 PM Merv Griffin (Eydie Gorme, Arte Johnson, Hermione Baddeley, Tom T. Hall) 10:30 Love, American Style (x2) 11:30 Ironside 12:30 Mission: Impossible WKYT Ch. 27 Lexington (CBS) 7 AM CBS News 8 AM Town Talk 9 AM Captain Kangaroo 10 AM Price Is Right 11 AM Gambit 11:30 Love Of Life 11:55 CBS News 12 N News 12:25 Bulletin Board 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 Mickey Mouse Club 4 PM Gunsmoke 5 PM Santa Claus 5:30 News 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Adam-12 7:30 Bobby Vinton (guest: Ruth Buzzi) 8 PM Rhoda 8:30 Phyllis 9 PM All In The Family 9:30 Maude 10 PM Medical Center 11 PM News 11:30 CBS Movie: "See No Evil" WLKY Ch. 32 Louisville (ABC) 6:30 New Zoo Revue (guest: June Lockhart) 7 AM Good Morning America 9 AM Movie: "Long Day's Journey Into Night" 11:25 Rap It Up 11:30 Happy Days 12 N Showoffs 12:30 All My Children 1 PM Ryan's Hope 1:30 Let's Make A Deal 2:30 Rhyme And Reason 3 PM I Love Lucy (today only, since "General Hospital" is pre-empted; Ch. 32 will run the 90-minute "Edge Of Night" episode tomorrow 10 AM; starting Wednesday "Edge" airs at 11 AM) 3:30 Superman ("One Life To Live" does not air at all on Ch. 32) 4 PM Dinah! (salute to Lucille Ball, with Lucie Arnaz, Zsa Zsa Gabor, Vivian Vance, Lucy's mother Dee Dee, Lucy's publicist Charlie Pomerantz) 5:30 News 6 PM ABC News 6:30 Family Affair 7 PM Concentration (Jack Narz) 7:30 Hollywood Squares (Lynn Redgrave, Michael Landon, Buck Owens, Mike Connors, John Davidson, Charo, George Gobel, Rose Marie, Paul Lynde) 8 PM Mobile One 9 PM NFL Football: New England-Miami 12 M News (time approximate) 12:30 This Is The NFL (games from Nov. 23-24) (to 1:30)

WDRB Ch. 41 Louisville (Ind.) 11:30 Introspect 12 N Life In The Spirit 12:30 700 Club 2 PM It's A New Day 2:30 Bozo's Big Top 3 PM Hilarious House Of Frightenstein 3:30 Ultra Man 4 PM Mickey Mouse Club 4:30 Three Stooges 5 PM Leave It To Beaver 5:30 Partridge Family 6 PM Mod Squad 7 PM Love, American Style 7:30 Bewitched 8 PM Honeymooners 8:30 Merv Griffin (same as Ch. 19) 10 PM Thriller 11 PM Movie: "Close To My Heart" 1 AM Movie: "Flame Of The Islands" WTVQ Ch. 62 (Ch. 36) Lexington (ABC) 6:55 Lidsville 7:25 Romper Room 7:55 Farm Report 8 AM Good Morning America 9 AM Movie: "The Whole World Is Watching" 11 AM One Life To Live (delay from 3:30) 11:30 Happy Days 12 N Showoffs 12:30 All My Children 1 PM Ryan's Hope 1:30 Let's Make A Deal 2:30 Rhyme And Reason 3 PM The Lucy Show (guest: George Burns, airs today only with "General Hospital" being pre-empted; Ch. 62 will not air "Edge Of Night") 3:30 Three Stooges 4 PM Gilligan's Island 4:30 Partridge Family 5 PM Truth Or Consequences 5:30 News 6 PM ABC News 6:30 Movie: "Tarzan And The Green Goddess" 8 PM Mobile One 9 PM NFL Football: New England-Miami 12 M News (time approximate) 12:30 Untouchables 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) In-school programs until

3:30 Learning Disabilities 4 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 4:30 Sesame Street 5:30 Electric Company 6 PM Villa Alegre 6:30 General Educational Development 7 PM Open Math 7:30 Man And Environment 8 PM Dialogue With Jules Bergman (ABC's science editor makes predictions about life in the 21st century-wonder what he said?) 8:30 American Issues Forum (the powers of the President) 9 PM Commonwealth Call-In (topic: getting ready for Christmas) 10 PM Five String Breakdown: Basic Banjo 10:30 General Educational Development 11 PM Captioned ABC News sign off 11:30 PM Confused about "The Edge Of Night"? It goes like this: Monday, a 90-minute episode 3-4:30 PM; starting Tuesday it airs 4-4:30 but not on Chs. 12, 32, 62. Ch. 12--airs the first hour of the special episode (3-4 PM) Monday, airs the last half-hour and all subsequent episodes at 11 AM beginning Tuesday Ch. 32--airs the special episode Tuesday 10-11:30 AM, all subsequent episodes at 11 AM beginning Wednesday Ch. 62--does not carry "General Hospital" normally airs at 3 PM on 12, 32, 62; "One Life To Live" at 3:30 on 12, day-behind at 11 AM on 62, not at all on 32. Retro: Eastern Virginia Tuesday, November 29, 1977 By request, from TV Guide, Eastern Virginia Edition: WTAR (WTKR) Ch. 3 Norfolk (CBS) 6:10 Down To Earth 6:15 These Things We Share 6:30 Not For Women Only 7 AM CBS News (Lesley Stahl/Richard Threlkeld) 8 AM Captain Kangaroo (guest: James Broderick of "Family" and father of Matthew Broderick) 9 AM Dick Lamb (local talk show) 10 AM Price Is Right 11 AM Donahue (some stations still carried it in 30-minute form; this was one--subject: sexual harassment in the workplace and how to deal with it) 11:30 Love Of Life 11:55 CBS News (Douglas Edwards)

12 N Young And The Restless 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM People, Places And Things 1:30 As The World Turns 2:30 Guiding Light 3:30 All In The Family 4 PM Tattletales (Richard Deacon and Dody Goodman, Robert Guillaume and Fay Hauser, Guy and Ralna Hovis) 4:30 Merv Griffin (from Las Vegas: Bobby Vinton, Chita Rivera, Pete Barbutti, stuntman Dennis Madalone, a Chinese acrobatic act) 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News (Walter Cronkite) 7 PM Cross-Wits (Vicki Lawrence, Tennessee Ernie Ford, Elaine Joyce, Bobby Van) 7:30 $25,000 Pyramid (Lynn Redgrave, Peter Bonerz) 8 PM The Fitzpatricks 9 PM M*A*S*H 9:30 One Day At A Time 10 PM Lou Grant (Julie Kavner as a battered wife who fears being an anonymous source for a story on wife-beating.) 11 PM News 11:30 CBS Movie: "Night Terror" 1:05 Kojak WHSV Ch. 3 Harrisonburg (NBC/ABC) 6:30 Virginia Farmer 7 AM Good Morning America (David Hartman) 9 AM PTL Club 10 AM The Doctors (NBC, delay from 2:30 PM) 10:30 Pixanne 11 AM Happy Days 11:30 Family Feud 12 N The Better Sex (Bill Anderson and Sarah Purcell co-host) 12:30 Ryan's Hope 1 PM All My Children 2 PM $20,000 Pyramid (Lynn Redgrave, Billy Crystal) 2:30 One Life To Live 3:15 General Hospital 4 PM Edge Of Night 4:30 Gong Show (NBC) 5 PM Laredo 6 PM News 6:30 ABC News (Harry Reasoner/Barbara Walters) 7 PM Wild Kingdom 7:30 Winnie The Pooh And The Honey Tree 8 PM Happy Days 8:30 Laverne & Shirley 9 PM Three's Company 9:30 Soap 10 PM Family (guest: Samantha Eggar as an ad executive with a more-than-casual interest

in Willie) 11 PM News 11:30 ABC Movie: "Smash-Up On Interstate 5" 1:30 News WTVR Ch. 6 Richmond (CBS) 6 AM Sunrise Semester: "Man's Place In Nature" 6:30 Virginia Today 7 AM CBS News 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Donahue (Alistair Cooke talks about his book "Six Men," profiles of Humphrey Bogart, Charlie Chaplin, Adlai Stevenson, King Edward VIII, H.L. Mencken, and Bertrand Russell) 10 AM Price Is Right 11 AM Match Game '77 (Orson Bean, Richard Dawson, Fannie Flagg, Charles Nelson Reilly, Brett Somers, Connie Stevens) 11:30 Love Of Life 11:55 CBS News 12 N Richmond Today 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM Young And The Restless 1:30 As The World Turns 2:30 Guiding Light 3:30 All In The Family 4 PM Tattletales 4:30 Three Stooges 5 PM Gilligan's Island 5:30 Get Smart 5:55 Weather Wise 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News 7 PM News 7:30 Gong Show (judges: Jamie Farr, Jaye P. Morgan, Patty Andrews) 8 PM The Fitzpatricks 9 PM M*A*S*H 9:30 One Day At A Time 10 PM Lou Grant 11 PM News 11:30 CBS Movie: "Night Terror" 1:05 Kojak WXEX (WRIC) Ch. 8 Petersburg-Richmond (ABC) 6:30 Romper Room 7 AM Good Morning America 9 AM 700 Club 10 AM F.Y.I. 11 AM Happy Days 11:30 Family Feud 12 N The Better Sex 12:30 Ryan's Hope 1 PM All My Children

2 PM $20,000 Pyramid 2:30 One Life To Live 3:15 General Hospital 4 PM Edge Of Night 4:30 Merv Griffin (same as WTAR) 6 PM News 6:30 ABC News 7 PM Mary Tyler Moore 7:30 Odd Couple 8 PM Happy Days 8:30 Laverne & Shirley 9 PM Three's Company 9:30 Soap 10 PM Family 11 PM News 11:30 Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman 12 M Outer Limits 1 AM News WAVY Ch. 10 Norfolk (NBC) 5:50 News 6 AM Commercial Law 6:30 Arthur Smith 7 AM Today (Tom Brokaw) 9 AM Dinah! (Danny Thomas, Carroll O'Connor, Alan King, Ralph Waite) 10:30 Hollywood Squares (Rod Arrants and Christine Jones of the NBC soap "For Richer, For Poorer", Robert Fuller, George Gobel, Bill Macy, Rose Marie, Connie Stevens, McLean Stevenson, Fred Willard, Paul Lynde) 11 PM Wheel Of Fortune 11:30 Knockout (Arte Johnson's only game-show hosting stint) 12 N Mike And Lynn "Roundabout Tidewater 1 PM Gong Show 1:30 Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 4 PM The Archies 4:30 Beverly Hillbillies 5 PM My Three Sons 5:30 The Rookies 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News (John Chancellor/David Brinkley) 7 PM Adam-12 7:30 All-Star Anything Goes ("Good Times" vs. "Happy Days": contestants include Esther Rolle, Ralph Carter, BernNadette Stanis, Donny Most, Erin Moran) 8 PM America Salutes The Queen (Bob Hope hosts a tribute to Queen Elizabeth II on the 25th anniversary of her reign. Scheduled performers: Julie Andrews, Paul Anka, Harry Belafonte, Alan King, Cleo Laine and John Dankworth, Rich Little, Shirley MacLaine, the Muppets, Rudolf

Nureyev, British comedians Tommy Cooper and Little and Large.) 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show (guests: Dolly Parton, violinist Eugene Fodor) 1 AM Tomorrow (guest: Henry Miller, author of "Tropic Of Cancer") 2 AM News 2:10 Commercial Law WWBT Ch. 12 Richmond (NBC) 6:40 Virginia Almanac/News 7 AM Today 9 AM Movie: "UMC" (pilot for "Medical Center") 11 AM Wheel Of Fortune 11:30 Knockout 12 N To Say The Least (Roddy McDowall, Sharon Gless, Paul Sylvan, Jo Anne Worley) 12:30 Chico And The Man 1 PM Gong Show 1:30 Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 4 PM The Archies 4:30 New Mickey Mouse Club 5 PM Brady Bunch 5:30 Adam-12 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News 7 PM Hogan's Heroes 7:30 Bewitched (Paul Lynde as Uncle Arthur) 8 PM America Salutes The Queen 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show 1 AM Tomorrow WVEC Ch. 13 Norfolk (ABC) 6:30 Around The World In 80 Days (animated) 7 AM Good Morning America 9 AM Happy Days (day-behind) 9:30 Movies: "Anchors Aweigh" (conclusion) and "A Taste Of Evil" 11:30 Midday 12:30 Ryan's Hope 1 PM All My Children 2 PM $20,000 Pyramid 2:30 One Life To Live 3:15 General Hospital 4 PM Edge Of Night 4:30 Emergency One! 5:30 News 6 PM ABC News 6:30 Movie: "Gidget Gets Married" 8 PM Happy Days

8:30 Laverne & Shirley 9 PM Three's Company 9:30 Soap 10 PM Family 11 PM News 11:30 ABC Movie: "Smash-Up On Interstate 5" 1:30 News WHRO Ch. 15 Norfolk (PBS) In-school programs until 3:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 4 PM Sesame Street 5 PM Zoom 5:30 Electric Company 6 PM Five String Breakdown 6:30 Over Easy (guest: Eartha Kitt) 7 PM MacNeil/Lehrer Report 7:30 Dick Cavett (guest: Joanne Woodward) 8 PM Austin City Limits (salute to Bob Wills, with the Texas Playboys and Asleep At The Wheel) 9 PM Hank (actor Jim Owen plays Hank Williams in a one-man show) 10 PM TBA WCVE Ch. 23 Richmond (PBS) 8:30 Sesame Street 9:30 In-school program 10 AM Electric Company 10:30 In-school programs 3 PM Electric Company 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 Crockett's Victory Garden 7:30 MacNeil/Lehrer Report 8 PM Membership-Pledge Drive 8:10 Boston Pops In Hollywood (from 1976: a Bicentennial salute and a tribute to Arthur Fiedler, narrated by Charlton Heston) 9:40 Membership-Pledge Drive 10 PM Good Old Days Of Radio (Steve Allen hosts) sign off 11 PM WYAH (WGNT) Ch. 27 Portsmouth (Ind.) 6 AM Ross Bagley (gospel music) 7 AM Porky Pig 'n Friends 7:30 Popeye 'n Bugs Bunny 8:30 Leave It To Beaver

9 AM Big Valley 10 AM 700 Club 11:30 Practical Christian Living 12 N Hi Doug 12:30 Marcus Welby, M.D. (Joanna Barnes as a Barbara Walters-type TV interviewer whose heart condition is leading to drugs and alcohol.) 1:30 Green Acres 2 PM Hazel 2:30 Little Rascals/Our Gang 3 PM Flintstones 3:30 Fred Flintstone & Friends 4 PM Monkees 4:30 Gilligan's Island 5 PM Brady Bunch 5:30 Partridge Family 6 PM Dick Van Dyke 6:30 I Love Lucy 7 PM Gomer Pyle, USMC 7:30 Hogan's Heroes 8 PM Andy Griffith 8:30 Doris Day 9 PM 700 Club 10:30 Practical Christian Living 11 PM Jimmy Swaggart 11:30 Movie: "Broken Arrow" (don't know if this 1950 Western with Jimmy Stewart is connected to the later TV series) WVIR Ch. 29 Charlottesville (NBC) 7 AM Today 9 AM Charlottesville Today 9:30 PTL Club 11:30 Knockout 12 N To Say The Least 12:30 Chico And The Man 1 PM Wheel Of Fortune 1:30 Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 4 PM Mike Douglas (from Manhattan's Tavern on the Green: Margaux Hemingway, Peter Duchin, restaurateur Werner Leroy, museum costume consultant Diana Vreeland, fashion designers Halston, Calvin Klein, Donna Karan, John Weitz, Adolpho) 5:30 Gong Show (NBC) 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News 7 PM Donahue (same as Ch. 6) 8 PM America Salutes The Queen 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show

WVPT Ch. 51 Harrisonburg (PBS) In-school programs until 3 PM Lilias, Yoga And You 3:30 Villa Alegre 4 PM Sesame Street 5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 5:30 Electric Company 6 PM Antiques 6:30 Over Easy 7 PM MacNeil/Lehrer Report 7:30 Why Man Creates (this was shown on the first broadcast of "60 Minutes" in 1968) 8 PM Rise And Fall Of The Third Reich (Part 2 of 3, originally aired on ABC in 1968) 9 PM WVPT Membership-Pledge Drive 9:05 Boston Pops In Hollywood 10:35 WVPT Membership-Pledge Drive 10:45 Keep America Singing (the 1974 convention of the Society For The Preservation And Encouragement Of Barbershop Quartet Singing In America) sign off 11:15 PM Retro: Eastern Virginia Tuesday, November 29, 1977 By request, from TV Guide, Eastern Virginia Edition: WTAR (WTKR) Ch. 3 Norfolk (CBS) 6:10 Down To Earth 6:15 These Things We Share 6:30 Not For Women Only 7 AM CBS News (Lesley Stahl/Richard Threlkeld) 8 AM Captain Kangaroo (guest: James Broderick of "Family" and father of Matthew Broderick) 9 AM Dick Lamb (local talk show) 10 AM Price Is Right 11 AM Donahue (some stations still carried it in 30-minute form; this was one--subject: sexual harassment in the workplace and how to deal with it) 11:30 Love Of Life 11:55 CBS News (Douglas Edwards) 12 N Young And The Restless 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM People, Places And Things 1:30 As The World Turns 2:30 Guiding Light 3:30 All In The Family 4 PM Tattletales (Richard Deacon and Dody Goodman, Robert Guillaume and Fay Hauser, Guy and Ralna Hovis) 4:30 Merv Griffin (from Las Vegas: Bobby Vinton, Chita

Rivera, Pete Barbutti, stuntman Dennis Madalone, a Chinese acrobatic act) 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News (Walter Cronkite) 7 PM Cross-Wits (Vicki Lawrence, Tennessee Ernie Ford, Elaine Joyce, Bobby Van) 7:30 $25,000 Pyramid (Lynn Redgrave, Peter Bonerz) 8 PM The Fitzpatricks 9 PM M*A*S*H 9:30 One Day At A Time 10 PM Lou Grant (Julie Kavner as a battered wife who fears being an anonymous source for a story on wife-beating.) 11 PM News 11:30 CBS Movie: "Night Terror" 1:05 Kojak WHSV Ch. 3 Harrisonburg (NBC/ABC) 6:30 Virginia Farmer 7 AM Good Morning America (David Hartman) 9 AM PTL Club 10 AM The Doctors (NBC, delay from 2:30 PM) 10:30 Pixanne 11 AM Happy Days 11:30 Family Feud 12 N The Better Sex (Bill Anderson and Sarah Purcell co-host) 12:30 Ryan's Hope 1 PM All My Children 2 PM $20,000 Pyramid (Lynn Redgrave, Billy Crystal) 2:30 One Life To Live 3:15 General Hospital 4 PM Edge Of Night 4:30 Gong Show (NBC) 5 PM Laredo 6 PM News 6:30 ABC News (Harry Reasoner/Barbara Walters) 7 PM Wild Kingdom 7:30 Winnie The Pooh And The Honey Tree 8 PM Happy Days 8:30 Laverne & Shirley 9 PM Three's Company 9:30 Soap 10 PM Family (guest: Samantha Eggar as an ad executive with a more-than-casual interest in Willie) 11 PM News 11:30 ABC Movie: "Smash-Up On Interstate 5" 1:30 News WTVR Ch. 6 Richmond (CBS) 6 AM Sunrise Semester: "Man's Place In Nature" 6:30 Virginia Today 7 AM CBS News

8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Donahue (Alistair Cooke talks about his book "Six Men," profiles of Humphrey Bogart, Charlie Chaplin, Adlai Stevenson, King Edward VIII, H.L. Mencken, and Bertrand Russell) 10 AM Price Is Right 11 AM Match Game '77 (Orson Bean, Richard Dawson, Fannie Flagg, Charles Nelson Reilly, Brett Somers, Connie Stevens) 11:30 Love Of Life 11:55 CBS News 12 N Richmond Today 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM Young And The Restless 1:30 As The World Turns 2:30 Guiding Light 3:30 All In The Family 4 PM Tattletales 4:30 Three Stooges 5 PM Gilligan's Island 5:30 Get Smart 5:55 Weather Wise 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News 7 PM News 7:30 Gong Show (judges: Jamie Farr, Jaye P. Morgan, Patty Andrews) 8 PM The Fitzpatricks 9 PM M*A*S*H 9:30 One Day At A Time 10 PM Lou Grant 11 PM News 11:30 CBS Movie: "Night Terror" 1:05 Kojak WXEX (WRIC) Ch. 8 Petersburg-Richmond (ABC) 6:30 Romper Room 7 AM Good Morning America 9 AM 700 Club 10 AM F.Y.I. 11 AM Happy Days 11:30 Family Feud 12 N The Better Sex 12:30 Ryan's Hope 1 PM All My Children 2 PM $20,000 Pyramid 2:30 One Life To Live 3:15 General Hospital 4 PM Edge Of Night 4:30 Merv Griffin (same as WTAR) 6 PM News 6:30 ABC News 7 PM Mary Tyler Moore 7:30 Odd Couple 8 PM Happy Days

8:30 Laverne & Shirley 9 PM Three's Company 9:30 Soap 10 PM Family 11 PM News 11:30 Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman 12 M Outer Limits 1 AM News WAVY Ch. 10 Norfolk (NBC) 5:50 News 6 AM Commercial Law 6:30 Arthur Smith 7 AM Today (Tom Brokaw) 9 AM Dinah! (Danny Thomas, Carroll O'Connor, Alan King, Ralph Waite) 10:30 Hollywood Squares (Rod Arrants and Christine Jones of the NBC soap "For Richer, For Poorer", Robert Fuller, George Gobel, Bill Macy, Rose Marie, Connie Stevens, McLean Stevenson, Fred Willard, Paul Lynde) 11 PM Wheel Of Fortune 11:30 Knockout (Arte Johnson's only game-show hosting stint) 12 N Mike And Lynn "Roundabout Tidewater 1 PM Gong Show 1:30 Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 4 PM The Archies 4:30 Beverly Hillbillies 5 PM My Three Sons 5:30 The Rookies 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News (John Chancellor/David Brinkley) 7 PM Adam-12 7:30 All-Star Anything Goes ("Good Times" vs. "Happy Days": contestants include Esther Rolle, Ralph Carter, BernNadette Stanis, Donny Most, Erin Moran) 8 PM America Salutes The Queen (Bob Hope hosts a tribute to Queen Elizabeth II on the 25th anniversary of her reign. Scheduled performers: Julie Andrews, Paul Anka, Harry Belafonte, Alan King, Cleo Laine and John Dankworth, Rich Little, Shirley MacLaine, the Muppets, Rudolf Nureyev, British comedians Tommy Cooper and Little and Large.) 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show (guests: Dolly Parton, violinist Eugene Fodor) 1 AM Tomorrow (guest: Henry Miller, author of "Tropic Of Cancer") 2 AM News 2:10 Commercial Law

WWBT Ch. 12 Richmond (NBC) 6:40 Virginia Almanac/News 7 AM Today 9 AM Movie: "UMC" (pilot for "Medical Center") 11 AM Wheel Of Fortune 11:30 Knockout 12 N To Say The Least (Roddy McDowall, Sharon Gless, Paul Sylvan, Jo Anne Worley) 12:30 Chico And The Man 1 PM Gong Show 1:30 Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 4 PM The Archies 4:30 New Mickey Mouse Club 5 PM Brady Bunch 5:30 Adam-12 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News 7 PM Hogan's Heroes 7:30 Bewitched (Paul Lynde as Uncle Arthur) 8 PM America Salutes The Queen 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show 1 AM Tomorrow WVEC Ch. 13 Norfolk (ABC) 6:30 Around The World In 80 Days (animated) 7 AM Good Morning America 9 AM Happy Days (day-behind) 9:30 Movies: "Anchors Aweigh" (conclusion) and "A Taste Of Evil" 11:30 Midday 12:30 Ryan's Hope 1 PM All My Children 2 PM $20,000 Pyramid 2:30 One Life To Live 3:15 General Hospital 4 PM Edge Of Night 4:30 Emergency One! 5:30 News 6 PM ABC News 6:30 Movie: "Gidget Gets Married" 8 PM Happy Days 8:30 Laverne & Shirley 9 PM Three's Company 9:30 Soap 10 PM Family 11 PM News 11:30 ABC Movie: "Smash-Up On Interstate 5" 1:30 News WHRO Ch. 15 Norfolk (PBS)

In-school programs until 3:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 4 PM Sesame Street 5 PM Zoom 5:30 Electric Company 6 PM Five String Breakdown 6:30 Over Easy (guest: Eartha Kitt) 7 PM MacNeil/Lehrer Report 7:30 Dick Cavett (guest: Joanne Woodward) 8 PM Austin City Limits (salute to Bob Wills, with the Texas Playboys and Asleep At The Wheel) 9 PM Hank (actor Jim Owen plays Hank Williams in a one-man show) 10 PM TBA WCVE Ch. 23 Richmond (PBS) 8:30 Sesame Street 9:30 In-school program 10 AM Electric Company 10:30 In-school programs 3 PM Electric Company 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 Crockett's Victory Garden 7:30 MacNeil/Lehrer Report 8 PM Membership-Pledge Drive 8:10 Boston Pops In Hollywood (from 1976: a Bicentennial salute and a tribute to Arthur Fiedler, narrated by Charlton Heston) 9:40 Membership-Pledge Drive 10 PM Good Old Days Of Radio (Steve Allen hosts) sign off 11 PM WYAH (WGNT) Ch. 27 Portsmouth (Ind.) 6 AM Ross Bagley (gospel music) 7 AM Porky Pig 'n Friends 7:30 Popeye 'n Bugs Bunny 8:30 Leave It To Beaver 9 AM Big Valley 10 AM 700 Club 11:30 Practical Christian Living 12 N Hi Doug 12:30 Marcus Welby, M.D. (Joanna Barnes as a Barbara Walters-type TV interviewer whose heart condition is leading to drugs and alcohol.) 1:30 Green Acres 2 PM Hazel

2:30 Little Rascals/Our Gang 3 PM Flintstones 3:30 Fred Flintstone & Friends 4 PM Monkees 4:30 Gilligan's Island 5 PM Brady Bunch 5:30 Partridge Family 6 PM Dick Van Dyke 6:30 I Love Lucy 7 PM Gomer Pyle, USMC 7:30 Hogan's Heroes 8 PM Andy Griffith 8:30 Doris Day 9 PM 700 Club 10:30 Practical Christian Living 11 PM Jimmy Swaggart 11:30 Movie: "Broken Arrow" (don't know if this 1950 Western with Jimmy Stewart is connected to the later TV series) WVIR Ch. 29 Charlottesville (NBC) 7 AM Today 9 AM Charlottesville Today 9:30 PTL Club 11:30 Knockout 12 N To Say The Least 12:30 Chico And The Man 1 PM Wheel Of Fortune 1:30 Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 4 PM Mike Douglas (from Manhattan's Tavern on the Green: Margaux Hemingway, Peter Duchin, restaurateur Werner Leroy, museum costume consultant Diana Vreeland, fashion designers Halston, Calvin Klein, Donna Karan, John Weitz, Adolpho) 5:30 Gong Show (NBC) 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News 7 PM Donahue (same as Ch. 6) 8 PM America Salutes The Queen 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show WVPT Ch. 51 Harrisonburg (PBS) In-school programs until 3 PM Lilias, Yoga And You 3:30 Villa Alegre 4 PM Sesame Street 5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 5:30 Electric Company 6 PM Antiques

6:30 Over Easy 7 PM MacNeil/Lehrer Report 7:30 Why Man Creates (this was shown on the first broadcast of "60 Minutes" in 1968) 8 PM Rise And Fall Of The Third Reich (Part 2 of 3, originally aired on ABC in 1968) 9 PM WVPT Membership-Pledge Drive 9:05 Boston Pops In Hollywood 10:35 WVPT Membership-Pledge Drive 10:45 Keep America Singing (the 1974 convention of the Society For The Preservation And Encouragement Of Barbershop Quartet Singing In America) sign off 11:15 PM Retro; New York City, Thursday, November 25, 1948 (Thanksgiving Day) Source; New York Times Channels/Stations; 2-WCBS-TV (CBS) 4-WNBT (NBC, now WNBC) 5-WABD (DuMont, now WNYW-Fox) 7-WJZ-TV (ABC, now WABC-TV) 11-WPIX (Ind, now CW) 13-WATV (Ind, now WNET-PBS) MORNING 7:00 5-News, Weather 7:15 5-Facts on Figures (business) 7:30 5-Clock, Weather; School Reporter 8:30 5-The Kindergarten 9:00 5-News, weather; Morning Chapel 9:45 5-Amanda; songs 10:00 2-Music, weather 10:10 4-Macy's Thansgiving Day Parade live coverage 10:15 2-Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade 5-Television Shopper 10:45 11-Macy's Thansgiving Day Parade 11:00 5-Stan Shaw 11:15 2-Children's Film Shorts 11:30 2-Film; Little Men (drama, 1934), Ralph Morgan, Dickie Moore

11:45 5-Friendship Circle AFTERNOON 12:00 5-Ted Steele 12:30 2-Thansgiving Miracle (special) 12:45 5-Sidewalk Interviews 1:00 2-Vanity Fair with Dorothy Doan (talk); guests Pete Seeger, Lenata Stara 5-Okay Mother, with Dennis James 1:10 4-Football film short 1:15 4-College Football; Cornell vs. Penn (Cornell wins 23-14) 1:30 2-Film; Little Lord Fauntleroy (drama, 1936) Freddie Bartholomew, Dolores Costello, Mickey Rooney 2:30 5-The Needle Shop (instruction) 2:45 5-Spare Room with Phil Hanna 13-Music and announcements 3:00 5-Women's Club; Vincent Lopez, music 11-Feature Film (title not listed) 13-Feature Film (title not listed) 3:40 11-Film; The 39 Steps (mystery, 1939); Robert Donat, Madeleine Carroll 3:45 5-Society Page 4:00 5-Maxine Barrat; news, fashion 4:30 5-Wendy Barrie Show (talk) 5:00 5-Piano; Weather; Children's Plays 11-Comics on Parade with Danny Webb 5:30 4-Howdy Doody Time with Buffalo Bob Smith 13-Film Serial; Vanishing Legion (western serial, 1931); Harry Carey, Edwina Booth 5:50 13-Camera Headlines (news) EVENING 6:00 5-Small Fry Club with Bob Emery (children) 13-News. music 6:15 2-Program Preview; weather 6:30 2-Lucky Pup (children)

5-Russ Hodges, sports 6:45 2-Bob Howard Show 7:00 5-Adventures of Oky-Doky (children) 7-Fashion Story 11-News; Record Rendezvous 13-Film; Vanishing Riders (Western, 1935); Bill Cody 7:15 4-Cavalcade of Fashion 7:30 2-CBS News with Douglas Edwards 4-Film; NBC Presents 5-Camera headlines (news) 7-Star Vanities with George Jessel; Paul Whiteman, Connee Boswell, Paul Draper, Jerry Colonna, Phil Silvers, Morey Amsterdam, Ethel Smith, others, guests 11-Newsreel and Films 7:45 2-Face the Music with Johnny Desmond 4-Sportswoman of the Week; Newsreel (John Cameron Swayze) 5-Jack Eigen Show (talk) 8:00 2-Dione Lucas (cooking) 4-Princess Sagaphi (travelogue); Annette Sagaphi, host 11-Gloria Swanson Show (talk); Tom Scott, Andre D'Aulan, Alfred Howarth, guests 13-Film; Goodbye Love (Comedy, 1933); Charles Ruggles, Verree Teasdale, Sidney Blackmer 8:15 4-The Nature of Things (science); Dr. Roy Marshall 8:30 2-Film; Daniel Boone (Drama, 1936); George O'Brien, Heather Angel, John Carradine 4-Lanny Ross (variety) 5-Charade Quiz 9:00 4-Buffalo Bob Smith Show (variety) 5-Sports Film 11-News; Wrestling from Ridgewood Grove 9:05 5-Wrestliing from Jamaica Arena 9:30 4-Dunninger and Paul Winchell (variety) 9:45 2-Campaign against VD; Newsreel 10:45 11-Newsreel Retro: New York City, Wednesday, November 26, 1947 Source; New York Times Channels/Stations 2-WCBS-TV (CBS) 4-WNBT (NBC, now WNBC) 5-WABD (DuMont, now WNYW-Fox)

AFTERNOON 1:00 2-Missus Goes A' Shopping 5:00 4-Children's Program EVENING 6:35 5-Film Shorts 6:45 5-Walter Compton News (from WTTG, Washington) 7:00 5-Small Fry Club with Bob Emery (children) 7:30 4-Drama (title not listed) 5-Birthday Party 8:00 2-Film Feature (title not listed) 5-Film Shorts 8:15 5-To Be Announced 8:30 4-In The Kitchen with Alma Kitchell (cooking instruction) 5-Film Shorts 8:45 4-Film Short; Downtown Quarterback 5-Know Your New York (news features) 8:50 4-Television Screen Magazine (news magazine); signoff at conclusion 9:00 2-Pro Basketball; New York Knicks vs. Boston Celtics; signoff at conclusion of game 5-Wrestling from Park Arena; signoff at conclusion of matches Retro: New York City, Monday, November 25, 1946 Source; New York Times Channels/stations; 2-WCBS-TV (CBS) 4-WNBT (NBC, now WNBC) 5-WABD (DuMont, now WNYW-Fox) No morning transmissions from any station aside from test patterns AFTERNOON 1:00 5-News, music (to 4 PM) EVENING 7:50 4-Television Reporter (news)

8:00 4-Televues Films 5-Film; Lady In The Morgue (mystery, 1938); Preston Foster, Patricia Ellis 8:30 4-Boxing from St. Nicholas Arena (to 11 PM) 9:00 5-Boxing from Jamaica Arena (to 11 PM) Channels 4 and 5 sign off at 11 PM; no programming scheduled on Channel 2 this day. Late in 1946, by some estimates, there were perhaps a little over 100,000 television-equipped homes in the entire U.S., over half of them in the greater New York City area. There were three commercially licensed stations in NYC, still the only city with more than one fully licensed station on the air. (Albany-Schenectady, Philadelphia, Washington, and Chicago had one each telecasting a few hours a day, and Los Angeles had an experimental station programming a few days a week and preparing to go fully commercial with a daily schedule in January of 1947). With only a relatively few sets for programmers and advertisers to reach, programming remained sparse for another year or so until national receiver population doubled during 1947, and then exploded in 1948-49 as dozens of cities got their first stations. Retro:Cleveland/Akron/Canton/Youngstown, Ohio Thursday, November 23, 1967 Source:TV Guide Cleveland Edition (While TV Guide designated color shows, I'll indicate shows without the COLOR designation as BW) Stations: Cleveland 3 WKYC NBC 5 WEWS ABC 8 WJW CBS 25 WVIZ NET Akron 49 WAKR ABC Canton 17 WJAN Independent Youngstown 21 WFMJ NBC 27 WKBN CBS 33 WYTV ABC 6:20 3 Farm Front 6:25 3 Education Exchange 8 News-BW 6:30 8 To Be Announced 7AM 3-21 Today 8 Rex Humbard-BW

27 To Be Announced 7:15 8 News 7:30 5 Donna Reed 8 Cartoons 27 CBS News-Joseph Benti 7:55 27 Local News 8AM 5 Magilla Gorilla 8-27 Captain Kangaroo 33 Cartoons 8:30 5 Romper Room-Miss Barbara Plummer 9AM 3 Mike Douglas 5 Everybody's Talking-Game-BW 8 Franz The Toymaker 21 Tele-View 27 Romper Room 33 Ed Allen Show-Exercise 9:15 21 Classroom TV 9:30 5 Dating Game 21 Cartoon Time 27 FYI-Cliff Ferre 33 Dateline:Youngstown-Charles Devalut 10AM 3-21 Macy's Parade-Lorne Greene, Betty White 5 Paige Palmer 8-27 Thanksgiving Parades-New York, Philadelphia, Detroit, Toronto 49 Ed Allen 10:30 5-33 Dateline:Hollywood-BW 49 Women's Page-BW 10:55 5-33 Children's Doctor 11AM 5-33-49 Honeymoon Race 11:30 5-33-49 Family Game-BW

Noon 3-21 Jeopardy!-Art Fleming 5 News-Dorothy Fuldheim, Tom Field 8-27 NFL Pregame 33-49 Everybody's Talking-BW 12:15 8-27 NFL Football LA Rams at Detroit Lions-Announcers:Van Patrick, Gil Statton andFrank Gifford (Rams won 31-7) 12:20 5 Noon Show-Captain Penny 12:30 3-21 Eye Guess-Bill Cullen 33-49 Donna Reed 12:55 3-21 NBC News 1PM 3 Three On The Town 5-49 Fugitive-BW 21 Match Game 33 Rip Van Winkle-SPECIAL 1:25 21 Virginia Graham 1:30 3 Let's Make A Deal-Monty Hall 2PM 3-21 AFL Football Oakland Raiders at Kansas City Chiefs-Curt Gowdy, Paul Christman (Oakland Won 44-22) 5 Cartoons 49 Newlywed Game-Bob Eubanks 2:30 33 News 49 Great Moments In Music-BW 2:45 5-33-49 NCAA Pre-Game 3PM 5-33-49 College Football-Oklahoma at Nebraska-Chris Schenkel, Bud Wilkinson 3:15 8 Mr. Magoo in The King's Service-Likely edited episodes from "Famous Adventures of Mr. Magoo (NBC 1964-65) 27 To Be Announced 3:30

27 Edge Of Night 4PM 8 King Family Thanksgiving 17 Ladies' Day-BW 27 Secret Storm 4:30 17 Leave It To Beaver-BW 27 Merv Griffin 5PM 3-21 AFL Football Denver at San Diego (Chargers won 24-20) 8 News-Doug Adair, Martin Ross, Dick Goddard, Frank Gleiber 17 Frontier Circus 25 Folk Guitar 5:30 8 Voice Of The Fans 25 Kindergarten-Joyce Marron 27 News 5:45 8 Best Of the Browns 6PM 5 Merv Griffin 8-27 NFL Football St. Louis Rams at Dallas Cowboys-Jack Drees, Jack Buck and Pat Summerall (Dallas won 46-21) 17 News-BW 25 What's New-BW 33 Mike Douglas 49 Cartoons 6:15 17 Sidelight-Interview-BW 6:30 17 Record Hop-BW 25 Let's Lip Read-BW 49 Sports Talkback-BW 7PM 5 News-Fred DeBrine, Dave Buckel, Gib Shanley, Don Webster 25 Opinion:Washington-BW 49News-BW 7:15 49 Women's Page 7:20 5 Dorothy Fuldheim Commentary

7:30 3-21 Daniel Boone 5-33-49 Batman 17 Hall Of Fame-Football 25 Arnold Toynbee 7:35 17 News-Carl Day-Carl recently passed away after many years on Dayton TV/radio 7:45 17 Holiday 8PM 5-33-49 Flying Nun 17 Movie-Claudia-1943-BW 25 Spectrum-BW 8:30 3-21 Ironside 5-33-49 Bewitched 25 French Chef-BW 49 High School Football Akron Championship 9PM 5-33-49 That Girl 8-27 CBS Movie-PT 109-BW 25 Robertson At Large-Don Robertson Guests:John Ryan, Folksinger, "Big Chuck" Schodowski and Bob Wells of Channel 8 9:30 3-21 Dragnet 5-33 Peyton Place 17 Suspicion-BW 10PM 3-21 Dean Martin 5 Hondo 33 Good Company 10:30 17 Talkback-BW 33 Rat Patrol 11PM 3 News,Weather, Sports-Virgil Dominic, Wally Kinnan, Jim Graner 5 News, Weather, Sports Dave Buckel/Fred DeBrine, Ron Penfound, Gib Shanley 17-33-49 News-BW 21 News 11:15 8 News, Weather, Sports Doug Adair/Martin Ross, Dick Goddard, Frank Gleiber 27 News 11:20 33 Outdoor Report-Jerry Blinzley-BW

11:25 33 Horse Racing-BW 11:30 3-21 Johnny Carson 5-33-49 Joey Bishop 11:40 8 Movie-Double Feature 1. How To Be Very Very Popular-1955 2. Main Street To Broadway-1953-BW 27 Movie-Dodge City-1939-BW 1AM 3 Sea Hunt-BW Retro: Philadelphia Sun, Nov 25, 1962 from TV Guide-Philadelphia edition Channel numbers after Philly station listings indicate simulcasts of network programming by: 15 WLYH Lebanon 21 WHP Harrisburg 27 WTPA Harrisburg 43 WSBA York WRCV 3-NBC Philadelphia (Became KYW-TV in 1965) 6:20 Thought for Today 6:25 First Report 6:30 Farm Front 7:00 Let's Discuss It "The Future and the Aged" 7:30 Seekers "The Noblest Art" 8:00 Pete's Gang 9:30 Bertie the Bunyip (c) 11:00 Come Little Children "St. Catherine of Alexandria-the Spirit of Learning" 11:30 Film Feature noon Goal of Life "Board of Rabbis-Source of Unity" 12:30 Progress '62 1:00 Frontiers of Faith "Chance to Begin" (Dr's John Regier and James McCracken of the National Council of Churches' Board of Home Missions, talk about the resettlement of Cuban refugees) 1:30 Eternal Life "Never Ask What Country" (profiling William Green, who led the American Federation of Labor from 1924 until his 1952 death) 2:00 Speak Up (c) 2:30 Pinpoint (Transport Workers Union Local 234 boss David Rick discusses the union's negociations with the PTC) 3:00 Movie "Gulliver's Travels" (c/animated) 4:30 This is NBC News (looks at mainland China's military and political growth, as well as an increasing rift with the USSR) 5:00 Update 5:30 Bullwinkle (c) 6:00 Meet the Press (c)

6:30 McKeever & the Colonel "Blackwell's Stand" 7:00 Ensign O'Toole "Operation: Impersonation" 7:30 Walt Disney's World "The Magnificent Rebel" (c/conclusion) 8:30 Car 54, Where are You? "A Star is Born in the Bronx" 9:00 Bonanza "The Beginning" (c) 10:00 Chosen Child (this doc on adoptions follows a NY State couple through the adoption process; pre-empts DuPont Show of the Week) 11:00 News (c) 11:10 Weather (c) 11:15 Desilu Playhouse "A Diamond for Carla" 12:15 Can You Afford Tomorrow? "Business-David or Goliath?" 12:45 Spectrum "What Shall It Profit?" 1:15 Pinpoint 1:45 News 1:50 Thought for Today WFIL 6-ABC Philadelphia 7:10 Adventurous Mission "O Brasiliero" 7:40 Christian Answer 7:45 This is the Life 8:15 Living Word 8:30 Through the Porthole 8:45 Adventures in Israel 9:15 Christopher Program "The Need for the Spiritual" 9:30 Off to Adventure "The Struggle for Food" 9:45 Stories Retold "Laughter on the Hill of Martyrs" 10:00 Pick Temple's Ranch 11:30 My Friend Flicka noon Tell It to the Mayor 12:30 Larry Ferrari 1:00 Kiplinger Letter (15/21) 1:15 Hollywood's Best "San Diego, I Love You" 2:30 Popeye Theater 3:30 AFL: San Diego-Houston (also on 15/27/43; commentators Curt Gowdy and Paul Christman) 6:15 Pro Scoreboard (15/27/43) 6:30 Art Carney Meets Peter & the Wolf (also on 27, this first aired in 1958) 7:30 Jetsons "Unilab" (also aired on 27...oddly enough, it was colorcast in Harrisburg but not in Philly Roll Eyes) 8:00 Sunday Night Movie "Trooper Hook" (27) 9:30 As Caesar Sees It (also on 27/Sid's second show of the season features guest Barbara Harris) 10:00 Voice of Firestone (also on 27/guests Earl Wrightson, Lois Hunt, Byron Janis, and in its American TV debut the Orfeon of Coimbra) 10:30 Howard K. Smith (27/includes a profile of French President Charles de Gaulle) 11:00 Jurgensen to McDonald (15/21/43) 11:30 Maverick "The Jail at Junction Flats" 12:40 World's Best Movies "If I'm Lucky" WGAL 8-CBS/NBC Lancaster 9:55 News/Weather 10:00 Lamp Unto My Feet "Voices in a Modern Eden" (featuring works from G.K. Chesterton, Hillaire Beloc, Graham Greene, and Evelyn Waugh) 10:30 Eternal Light "A Visit with Isaac Stern" (who is interviewed by music critic Martin Bookspan) 11:00 Christopher Program "What One Bootmaker Did" 11:15 Davey & Goliath "Good Neighbor" 11:30 This is the Life "Deep is the Well" 11:55 News

noon Airman's World 12:30 Sky King (Philly saw this episode on 10 the previous day at noon) 1:00 Championship Bowling 2:00 Movie "Blood Alley" (c) 4:00 Boston Symphony 5:00 Ensign O'Toole 5:30 Bullwinkle (c) 6:00 Doorway to Life 6:20 News/Weather 6:30 Walt Disney's World "The Magnificent Rebel" (c/conclusion) 7:30 Dennis the Menace "Dennis at Boot Camp" 8:00 Ed Sullivan (guests Anthony Quinn, Margaret Layton, Rosemary Clooney, Tony Bennett, Jackie Mason, Jack Carter, and Charlie Cairoli & Company) 9:00 Bonanza "The Beginning" (c) 10:00 Candid Camera 10:30 What's My Line? (guest panelist Martin Gabel) 11:00 CBS News 11:15 Weather 11:20 Dragnet 11:50 Adventures in Paradise "Whip Flight" 12:50 Consult Dr. Brothers 1:00 News/Sports 1:05 A Minute with Your Bible WCAU 10-CBS Philadelphia 6:50 Give Us This Day 6:55 News 7:00 Sunday School 7:30 Sunday Seminar 8:00 Space-The New Ocean "Green Cheese, or What?" 8:30 Cartoons 'n' Stuff 9:30 Tottle "Fear of the Dark" 10:00 Lamp Unto My Feet "Voices in a Modern Eden" (15/21/43) 10:30 Look Up & Live "Brandeis: Prophet of Justice" (also on 15-21-43/looks at the philosophy of former Supreme Court Justice Louis D. Brandeis) 11:00 Camera Three "Reunion on Camera Three" (also on 15-21-43/guests Larry Adler, Paul Draper, and Nina Simone) 11:30 Look at the Schools "The Night Visitor" noon Dissenters 12:30 Washington Report (15/21/43) 1:00 Camera at Large 1:30 Gene London Presents "Young People" 3:00 Picture for a Sunday Afternoon "Great Guns" 4:30 Repertoire Workshop "Crawling Around" 5:00 Ted Mack's Amateur Hour (also on 21; guests include the Windjammers (Evanston IL/Dixieland band), Robert Hayden (Evansville IN/singer), Rudolph Williams (Chicago/musicalnovelty act), Maxine Patarini (South Bend IN/soprano), and Carol Marie Peterson (Letts IA/tap dancer)) 5:30 GE College Bowl: Oregon State vs Manhattanville College of the Sacred Heart-Brooklyn College winner (21) 6:00 Twentieth Century "So That Men are Free" (21; documents a group of Peruvian Indians' rise from slaves (until 1952) to making a down payment on a ranch) 6:30 Password (15/21/43) 7:00 Lassie (15/21/43; guest star Rafer Johnson) 7:30 Dennis the Menace "Dennis at Boot Camp" (15/21/43) 8:00 Ed Sullivan

9:00 Real McCoys "Pepino's Inheritance" (15/21/43) 9:30 GE True "Mile-Long Shot to Kill" (15/21/43) 10:00 Candid Camera (15/21/43) 10:30 What's My Line? (15/21/43) 11:00 CBS News (21) 11:15 Late Show "The Young Stranger" 12:50 Late Late Show "Government Girl" 2:35 News 2:40 Give Us This Day WHYY 35-Edu Philadelphia not listed in TVG, programs aired weekdays... Mon/Fri 9:30-2:35/6:30-10 Tues/Wed 9:30-3:30/6:30-10 Thurs 9:30-3/6:30-10 RETRO: New York City TV - Friday, Nov. 22, 1963 (Other Stations) [SOURCE: TV Guide, New York-Metropolitan edition, Nov. 16-22, 1963; additional info from New York Times and Daily News TV listings, TV.com, and IMDb] All listings from 2:00 PM onward cancelled due to JFK assassination; listings up to 1:30 will be separated from the cancelled entries by three lines ( - - - ) (C) - in color WNEW-TV 5 (Independent; owned by Metropolitan Broadcasting Television) 7:05 Call to Prayer 7:15 News 7:30 Columbia Seminars 8:00 Sandy Becker Show 8:45 King and Odie 9:00 Sandy Becker 9:30 Topper - "Topper Tells All" [original airdate 10/8/54] 10:00 The 10 O'Clock Movie: "The Man in the Trunk" (1942) - Lynne Roberts, George Holmes 11:20 Metropolitan Memo 11:25 News 11:30 Romper Room 12:30 Cartoons with Fred Scott 1:00 Cartoons with Ed Ladd 1:25 News 1:30 Movie (repeat of 10:00 A.M.) --2:50 Metropolitan Memo 2:55 News 3:00 Doorway to Destiny - "The Last Days of Nick Pompey" [original airdate 7/6/60] (NOTE: This was another name for a 1959-60 British-made drama series, The Four Just Men.) 3:30 The Texan - "Image of Guilt" [original airdate 9/21/59] 4:00 Hall of Fun (host: Fred Hall) 5:30 Sandy's Hour with Sandy Becker 6:30 Mickey Mouse Club 7:00 The Gallant Men - "Some Tears Fall Dry" [original airdate 11/23/62] 8:00 The Roaring 20's - "Pie in the Sky" [original airdate 2/25/61] 9:00 Bronco - "Backfire" [original airdate 4/7/59]

10:00 The Detectives - "The New Man" [original airdate 9/16/60] 10:30 The D.A.'s Man - "Bajour" [original airdate 5/23/59] 11:00 News 11:10 Hollywood's Finest: "God Is My Co-Pilot" (1945) - Dennis Morgan, Dane Clark [rescheduled for 12/27/63] 1:05 Call to Prayer WOR-TV 9 (Independent; owned by RKO General) 9:10 Farm Report 9:15 News and Weather 9:30 Movie: "Private Lives" (1931) - Norma Shearer, Robert Montgomery 11:00 Quest for Certainty - "Law and the Family" 11:30 Greatest Drama 12:00 News - John Wingate 12:15 Joe Franklin's Memory Lane (guests: Henny Youngman, Larry Gates) 1:30 Movie (repeat of 9:30 A.M.) --3:00 News - Joseph King (one of WOR's staff announcers at the time) 3:15 Looney Tunes (the circa 1935-43 B&W cartoons then controlled by Guild Films, not the a.a.p. package run by WNEW-TV) 3:30 The Funny Company 5:00 Movie of the Week: "Prehistoric Women" (1950) - Laurette Luez, Alan Mixon 6:30 Maverick - "The Resurrection of Joe November" [original airdate 2/28/60] 7:30 Million Dollar Movie: "The Unholy Wife" (1957) - Rod Steiger, Diana Dors (C) 9:30 Foreign Film Festival: "La Forza del Destino" (1949) - Tito Gobbi, Nelly Corradi 11:00 Million Dollar Movie (repeat of 7:30 P.M.) 1:00 News and Weather WPIX 11 (Independent; licensor WPIX, Inc., owned by New York Daily News) 8:30 Operation Alphabet(?) 9:00 Jack La Lanne 9:30 En France (hosted by Dawn Addams; this ran on Channel 11 throughout the 1960's) 10:00 Movie: "Too Late for Tears" (1949) - Lizabeth Scott, Dan Duryea 11:30 Bozo the Clown (with Bill Britten) 12:15 Rocky and His Friends 12:30 Laurel and Hardy 12:50 News 1:00 Seven League Boots - "The Strongmen of Persia" 1:30 Star for Today - "The Joyful Lunatic" [original airdate 7/8/56] (NOTE: This episode originally aired on Telephone Time.) --2:00 People Are Funny 2:30 How to Marry a Millionaire - "Loco and the Cowboy" [original airdate 4/10/58] (NOTE: This was the 1957-59 TV series adaptation of the 1953 movie, starring Merry Anders, Barbara Eden and Lori Nelson.) 3:00 The Best of Groucho 3:30 Broken Arrow - "Indian Medicine" [original airdate 12/31/57] 4:00 Adventures of Superman - "The Unknown People (Part 1)" [original airdate 11/23/51] 4:30 The Mighty Hercules (host: Joe Bolton) 5:00 Chuck McCann Show 5:55 Zacherley

6:30 Supercar - "The Sky's the Limit" [original airdate 3/18/62] (This was an early production from Gerry and Sylvia Anderson, whose Space: 1999 would air on WPIX for many years beginning in 1975.) 7:00 Three-Star News - Kevin Kennedy (national/world), John Tillman (local), Gloria Okon (weather) 7:30 The Honeymooners - "The Sleepwalker" [original airdate 11/5/55] 8:00 Life with Father - "Father Buys a Horse" [original airdate 2/21/55] (This was the 1953-55 TV series adaptation of the Howard Lindsay/Russell Crouse play; Leon Ames played the father.) 8:30 You Asked for It 9:00 Navy Log 9:30 Allie Sherman - Sports 10:00 Danger: Continent 7 (a documentary about the Antarctic and explorers Robert Scott, Roald Amundsen, and Admiral Richard E. Byrd; narrated by Admiral George Dufek) 11:00 News - John K.M. McCaffrey 11:10 Weather - Lynda Lee Mead 11:15 Steve Allen Show (guests: Cliff Arquette, Gil Lamb) (This was the 1962-64 syndicated talk show produced by Westinghouse; WPIX would also air his later talk show starting in 1969, picking it up from WOR-TV.) 12:45 Racket Squad (A big-time racketeer gets a dose of his own medicine) WNDT 13 (Educational) 8:55 Tri-State Deadline 9:00 Profile: New Jersey (with Rep. William B. Widnall, R-N.J.) 9:30 Art of Language 9:50 Issue and the Challenge - "West Germany: The Continuing Crisis" 10:10 Parlons Francais II 10:25 Wonder of Words 10:45 Young in Art 11:05 Sounds to Say . . . 11:20 (repeat of 9:30 A.M.) 11:40 This Is Connecticut 12:00 En Francais 12:30 American Memoir: "The Hero in the 20th Century" 1:00 Fun at One 1:30 Planet Earth - "Sea of Grass: The Plains" 1:50 Parlons Francais II --2:05 Tell Me a Story ("Otto in Africa" is read) 2:25 (repeat of 9:30 A.M.) 2:45 Magic of Words 3:00 Books for Our Time 4:00 Learn to Read Music 4:30 New Biology - Lesson: "Acquisition of Energy by Biological Systems" 5:00 Once Upon a Day 5:30 What's New 6:00 Operation Alphabet 6:30 Profile: New Jersey (guest: Sol Hurok) 7:30 The Compleat Gardener 7:45 British Calendar 8:00 To Be Announced 8:30 Saki (Debut) - series of dramatizations of plays by H.H. Munro (a.k.a. "Saki") - "The

Stampeding of Lady Bastable," "Sredni Vashtari," "The Way to the Diary" and "A Defensive Diamond" 9:30 What Can I Do? (special) 10:00 The World at Ten 10:30 At Issue - "The Next Step for East and West" 11:00 Engineering Journal - "Lasers" 12:00 Reflections Retro: Upstate/Central New York Tues, Nov 24, 1959 from TV Guide-New York State edition WKTV 2-ABC/CBS/NBC Utica 6:00 Continental Classroom (second show in color) 7:00 Today 9:00 Cartoons 9:30 Good Living 10:00 Dough Re Mi 10:30 Treasure Hunt 11:00 Price is Right 11:30 Concentration noon Truth or Consequences 12:30 It Could Be You (c) 1:00 Playhouse 60 2:00 Queen for a Day 2:30 Thin Man "The Human Bomb" 3:00 Young Dr. Malone 3:30 From These Roots 4:00 House on High Street 4:30 American Bandstand 5:00 Movie "Down Three Dark Streets" (weather 6-6:05) 6:30 News/Sports 6:45 Leave It to Beaver "Beaver's Tree" 7:15 NBC News 7:30 Lock Up 8:00 Deputy 8:30 Fibber McGee & Molly "The Masquerade Party" 9:00 Philip Marlowe "The Temple of Love" 9:30 Startime "Merman on Broadway" (c/Ethel Merman sings show tunes with Tab Hunter, Fess Parker, and Tom Poston along for the fun) 10:30 Rescue 8 "Paid in Full" 11:00 News/Weather/Sports 11:30 Jack Paar WSYR 3-ABC/NBC Syracuse 6:00 Continental Classroom (second show in color) 7:00 Today 9:00 All Star Theater 9:30 Ladies' Day 10:00 Dough Re Mi 10:30 Treasure Hunt 11:00 Price is Right 11:30 Concentration noon Truth or Consequences 12:30 Jim Deline Gang 1:00 Movie "Eight Bells"

2:30 Thin Man "The Human Bomb" 3:00 Young Dr. Malone 3:30 From These Roots 4:00 House on High Street 4:30 Split Personality 5:00 Quick Draw McGraw 5:30 Rin Tin Tin "The Bandit Kingdom" 6:00 Three Stooges 6:30 News/Sports/Weather 7:00 Cannonball "The Little Old Man" 7:30 Wyatt Earp "The Fugitive" 8:00 M Squad 8:30 Fibber McGee & Molly "The Masquerade Party" 9:00 Arthur Murray (guests Charley Weaver (Cliff Arquette), Edie Adams, and Zachary Scott & Ruth Ford) 9:30 Startime "Merman on Broadway" (c) 10:30 SU Football: Syracuse-Boston highlights 11:00 News/Weather/Sports 11:30 Jack Paar WROC 5-ABC/NBC Rochester 6:00 Continental Classroom (second show in color) 7:00 Today 9:00 Ding Dong School 9:30 Burns & Allen 10:00 Dough Re Mi 10:30 Treasure Hunt 11:00 Price is Right 11:30 Concentration noon Truth or Consequences 12:30 It Could Be You (c) 1:00 Movie "Clipper Ship" 2:30 Home Cooking 3:00 Young Dr. Malone 3:30 From These Roots 4:00 House on High Street 4:30 Split Personality 5:00 Movie "The Return of Rin Tin Tin" 6:30 News/Weather 6:45 NBC News 7:00 Rifleman 7:30 Laramie "Dark Verdict" 8:30 Fibber McGee & Molly "The Masquerade Party" 9:00 Arthur Murray 9:30 Startime "Merman on Broadway" (c) 10:30 Black Saddle 11:00 News/Sports/Weather 11:30 Jack Paar WRGB 6-NBC Schenectady 6:00 Continental Classroom (second show in color) 7:00 Today 9:00 Home Fare 9:30 TV Schooltime 10:00 Dough Re Mi 10:30 Treasure Hunt

11:00 Price is Right 11:30 Concentration noon Truth or Consequences 12:30 It Could Be You (c) 1:00 Burns & Allen 1:30 Trader Van 2:00 Queen for a Day 2:30 Thin Man "The Human Bomb" 3:00 Young Dr. Malone 3:30 From These Roots 4:00 House on High Street 4:30 Split Personality 5:00 Satellite Six 5:45 Breadtime Stories 6:00 Sheena "The Ganyika Kid" 6:30 Earle Pudney 6:45 News 6:55 Weather 7:00 Honeymooners "The Safety Award" 7:30 Laramie "Dark Verdict" 8:30 Fibber McGee & Molly "The Masquerade Party" 9:00 Arthur Murray 9:30 Startime "Merman on Broadway" (c) 10:30 Rescue 8 11:00 News/Weather 11:15 Movie "Beware My Lovely" WCNY 7-ABC/CBS Watertown 8:00 CBS News 8:15 Captain Kangaroo 9:00 Grade 5/6 Science 9:25 Grade 3/4 Science 9:45 Educational Subjects 10:00 Red Rowe 10:30 On the Go 11:00 I Love Lucy 11:30 Theater noon Love of Life 12:30 Search for Tomorrow 12:45 Guiding Light 1:00 Music Bingo 1:30 As the World Turns 2:00 For Better or Worse 2:30 House Party 3:00 Beat the Clock 3:30 Verdict is Yours 4:00 Brighter Day 4:15 Secret Storm 4:30 American Bandstand 5:00 Our Miss Brooks "The Mambo" 5:30 Kiddies' Karnival 6:00 Life of Riley "Duck Hunting" 6:30 Weather/News/Sports 6:45 CBS News 7:00 Rescue 8 "Forced Landing" 7:30 77 Sunset Strip

8:30 Dobie Gillis "The Old Goat" 9:00 Tightrope "Black Tie Kill" 9:30 Startime "Merman on Broadway" (c) 10:30 Mike Hammer "When I Am Dead, My Darling" 11:00 News/Weather/Sports 11;15 Movie "Hudson's Bay" WHEN 8-ABC/CBS Syracuse 7:00 Breakfast Bar 7:55 Take Five 8:00 CBS News 8:15 Captain Kangaroo 9:00 These Things We Share 9:10 Party Line 9:20 Magic Toy Shop 9:45 Gal Next Door 9:55 Take Five 10:00 Red Rowe 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 One for the Show 1:25 Take Five 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 Movie "Duke of Chicago" 6:45 CBS News 7:00 Black Saddle 7:30 Sugarfoot "Outlaw Island" 8:30 Dobie Gillis "The Old Goat" 9:00 Tightrope "Black Tie Kill" 9:30 Red Skelton "San Fernando's Thanksgiving" (guest star Jayne Meadows) 10:00 Garry Moore (guests Gertrude Berg and the Jonah Jones jazz quartet) 11:00 News/Weather/Sports 11:20 Movie "Silken Affair" WHEC/WVET 10-ABC/CBS Rochester 7:00 Mathematics 7:30 It's Fun to Know 8:00 CBS News 8:15 Captain Kangaroo 9:00 Movie: TBA 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 "The Watchers and the Watched" 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 Popeye 5:30 Rin Tin Tin "The Bandit Kingdom" 6:00 Lone Ranger "The Twisted Track" 6:30 News/Weather 6:45 CBS News 7:00 Alaskans "Winter Song" 8:00 Dennis O'Keefe 8:30 Dobie Gillis "The Old Goat" 9:00 Tightrope "Black Tie Kill" 9:30 Red Skelton "San Fernando's Thanksgiving" 10:00 Garry Moore 11:00 News/Weather/Sports 11:20 Movie "Suzy" WTEN 10/WCDA 41-Albany, WCDC 19-Adams (CBS) 6:20 Elementary Subjects 6:45 Teacher Time 7:00 Three Stooges 7:45 Romper Room 8:15 Captain Kangaroo 9:00 Movie: TBA (listed as drama) 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 I Married Joan "Crazytoes Smith" 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 Three Stooges 5:30 Movie "Sealed Cargo" 7:05 News/Weather 7:15 CBS News 7:30 Markham 8:00 Dennis O'Keefe 8:30 Dobie Gillis "The Old Goat" 9:00 Tightrope "Black Tie Kill" 9:30 Red Skelton "San Fernando's Thanksgiving"

10:00 Garry Moore 11:00 News/Weather/Sports 11:15 Jack Paar CKWS 11-CBC Kingston 12:30pm Early Date 1:30 Almanac 2:00 Chez Helene 2:15 Nursery School Time 2:30 Open House 3:00 Mantovani (guest Petula Clark) 3:30 Movie "Girl from God's Country" 4:30 Friendly Giant 4:45 Maggie Muggins 5:00 On Safari 5:30 Sky King "Sky Robbers" 6:00 News/Weather/Sports 6:15 Movie "Crossed Trails" 7:30 Rifleman 8:00 Chevy Show (Dinah Shore; guests Jackie Cooper, Betty Grable, and Israeli dance troupe Inbal) 9:00 Front Page Challenge (guest panelist Scott Young (aka Neil's dad)) 9:30 Canadian Startime "A Clearing in the Woods" (the cast includes John Colicos and Barry Morse) 11:00 CBC/Local News WNBF 12-ABC/CBS Binghamton 7:00 Ding Dong School 7:30 Breakfast Time 9:00 Treasure House 9:30 Edge of Night 10:00 Search for Tomorrow 10:15 Guiding Light 10:30 Electric Kitchen Party (Tues only, I Married Joan ran the rest of the week) 11:00 Who Do You Trust? 11:30 December Bride noon Three Stooges 12:25 News 12:30 Meet Your Neighbor 1:00 Heart of the Home 1:25 News 1:30 As the World Turns 2:00 Day in Court 2:30 Gale Storm "A Lass in Alaska" 3:00 Beat the Clock 3:30 Verdict is Yours 4:00 Brighter Day 4:15 Secret Storm 4:30 American Bandstand 5:00 Popeye 6:00 News/Weather 6:15 Ralph Carroll 6:30 Lock Up 7:00 Ozzie & Harriet "David the Sleuth" 7:30 Sugarfoot "Outlaw Island" 8:30 Wyatt Earp "The Noble Outlaws"

9:00 Rifleman "The Spiked Rifle" 9:30 Rescue 8 10:00 Alfred Hitchcock "Dead Weight" 10:30 Bold Venture 11:00 News/Weather/Sports 11:20 Movie "The Informer" WAST 13-Albany/WTRI 35-Troy (ABC) 7:00 Breakfast with Hoppy 9:00 Ding Dong School 9:30 Movie: TBA 11:00 Our Miss Brooks 11:30 Life of Riley noon Restless Gun "Imposter for a Day" 12:30 Love That Bob! 1:00 Music Bingo 1:30 Medic "Mercy Wears an Apron" 2:00 Day in Court 2:30 Gale Storm "A Lass in Alaska" 3:00 Beat the Clock 3:30 Who Do You Trust? 4:00 American Bandstand 5:00 Little Lulu 5:30 Rin Tin Tin "The Bandit Kingdom" 6:00 Movie "Adventures of Robin Hood" 7:25 News/Weather 7:30 Sugarfoot "Outlaw Island" 8:30 Wyatt Earp "The Noble Outlaws" 9:00 Rifleman "The Spiked Rifle" 9:30 Philip Marlowe "The Temple of Love" 10:00 Alcoa Presents "Reunion" 10:30 Sea Hunt 11:00 Movie "Run for the Sun" Retro: Kentucky Monday, November 23, 1959 A year after a previous Kentucky listing put up recently. From TV Guide, Kentucky Edition: Chs. 5, 9, 12, 18, 27 listed Eastern Time Chs. 3, 7, 11, 14, 50 listed Central Time WAVE Ch. 3 Louisville (NBC) 6:15 Today On The Farm 6:30 Continental Classroom: "Chemistry: Solubility" (COLOR) 7 AM Today (Dave Garroway) 9 AM Dough Re Mi (Gene Rayburn) 9:30 Treasure Hunt (the Jan Murray original) 10 AM Price Is Right (Bill Cullen) 10:30 Concentration (Hugh Downs) 11 AM Truth Or Consequences (Bob Barker) 11:30 It Could Be You (Bill Leyden) (COLOR) 12 N Funny Flickers

12:30 Life Of Riley 1 PM Queen For A Day (Jack Bailey) 1:30 Thin Man 2 PM Young Dr. Malone 2:30 From These Roots 3 PM House On High Street (counseling with a probation officer, similar to the marriage counseling on CBS's "For Better Or Worse") 3:30 Split Personality (Tom Poston as a game-show host? Not many people bought into it.) 4 PM Movie: "Raiders Of The Seven Seas" 5:30 Roy Rogers 6 PM News, Weather, Sports 6:15 Huntley-Brinkley Report 6:30 Dick Powell Playhouse (I think these are his episodes of "Four Star Playhouse"; "Zane Grey Theater" was still on CBS, and his hour-long "Dick Powell Show" wouldn't debut until 1961.) 7 PM Johnny Ringo (pre-empted from Thu 7:30 on Ch. 11) 7:30 Tales Of Wells Fargo 8 PM Peter Gunn 8:30 Goodyear Theater 9 PM Steve Allen (guests: Mickey Rooney, Mel Torme, singers June Christy and Miriam Makeba, and Steve's mom Belle Montrose) (COLOR) 10 PM Not For Hire 10:30 News, Weather, Sports 10:45 Jack Paar 12 M News WLW-T Ch. 5 Cincinnati (NBC) 6 AM Good Morning 6:30 Continental Classroom (same as Ch. 3) (COLOR) 7 AM Today 9 AM Paul Dixon (COLOR) 10:30 Treasure Hunt 11 AM Price Is Right 11:30 Concentration 12 N Ruth Lyons (COLOR) 1:30 Truth Or Consequences 2 PM Queen For A Day 2:30 Thin Man 3 PM Young Dr. Malone 3:30 From These Roots 4 PM House On High Street 4:30 Split Personality 5 PM Movie: "Alias A Gentleman" 6:30 News, Weather, Sports 6:45 Huntley-Brinkley Report 7 PM Treasure (travelogue with Bill Burrud, better known for "Animal World") (COLOR) 7:30 Richard Diamond 8 PM Love And Marriage (William Demarest plays an old-time music publisher (shades of Mitch Miller, although he was in a&e--artists and repertoire) who hates rock

'n' roll.) 8:30 Tales Of Wells Fargo 9 PM Peter Gunn 9:30 Goodyear Theater 10 PM Steve Allen (COLOR) 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:15 Jack Paar WTVW Ch. 7 Evansville (ABC) 8:30 Ninth Grade English 9 AM Intermediate Science And Health 9:30 U.S. History 10 AM Eighth Grade Science 10:30 Government 11 AM Conversational Spanish 11:30 Plane Geometry (Does anyone know when WNIN/9 signed on?) 11:55 Weather 12 N Restless Gun 12:30 Love That Bob! 1 PM Music Bingo ("Jeopardy!"'s announcer Johnny Gilbert hosts and gets to sing occasionally.) 1:30 Susie (Ann Sothern) 2 PM Day In Court 2:30 Gale Storm 3 PM Beat The Clock (Bud Collyer) 3:30 Who Do You Trust? (Johnny Carson) 4 PM American Bandstand 5 PM Popeye 5:30 My Friend Flicka 6 PM Superman 6:30 Cheyenne 7:30 Bourbon Street Beat 8:30 Adventures In Paradise 9:30 State Trooper 10 PM News 10:10 Weather 10:15 Movie: "Adventure In Manhattan" WCPO Ch. 9 Cincinnati (ABC) 6:45 Farm News 7 AM Religion Today 7:15 Know Your World 7:30 American Legend (historical dramas) 8 AM Puppet Time 8:30 Uncle Al And Bozo 10:30 Life Of Riley 11 AM It's Fun To Reduce 11:15 Joe Emerson (gospel songs) 11:30 Movie (TBA) 12:55 Our Miss Brooks 1:25 Weather 1:30 Love That Bob!

2 PM Day In Court 2:30 Gale Storm 3 PM Beat The Clock 3:30 Who Do You Trust? 4 PM American Bandstand 5:30 Laffhouse Gang 6 PM Three Stooges 6:30 Superman 7 PM News 7:10 Passing Parade (John Nesbitt) 7:15 Sports (Waite Hoyt) 7:25 Weather (Paula Jane--this was the '50s) 7:30 Cheyenne 8:30 Bourbon Street Beat 9:30 Adventures In Paradise 10:30 Man With A Camera (Charles Bronson's only series) 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:20 Movie: "The Fighting Seabees" WHAS Ch. 11 Louisville (CBS) 7:45 Cartoon Circus 8 AM CBS News (Richard Hottelet) 8:15 Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Susie 9:30 On The Go (Jack Linkletter visits various places in California and Nevada.) 10 AM I Love Lucy 10:30 December Bride 11 AM Love Of Life 11:30 Search For Tomorrow 11:45 Guiding Light 12 N Cactus Cartoons 12:15 Midday Roundup (news) 12:30 As The World Turns 1 PM For Better Or Worse (Dr. James Peterson offers marital advice; after this show ended he was a frequent guest on "Art Linkletter's House Party".) 1:30 Art Linkletter's House Party 2 PM Millionaire 2:30 Verdict Is Yours 3 PM Brighter Day 3:15 Secret Storm 3:30 Edge Of Night 4 PM T-Bar-V Ranch 4:30 Movie: "The Bullfighters" (Stan and Ollie) 5:45 Douglas Edwards With The News 6 PM News, Weather, Sports 6:15 Small Talk 6:30 Masquerade Party (Bert Parks, last host of the original show, but Richard Dawson will host in the 1974-75 season) 7 PM The Texan 7:30 Father Knows Best (I just had a thought: this show took place in Springfield, state unknown--wonder if the Andersons ever encountered the Simpsons or any of the folks on "Guiding

Light"? Smiley) 8 PM Danny Thomas 8:30 Ann Sothern (here she's Katy O'Connor, assistant manager of the Bartley House hotel, and Don Porter and Ann Tyrrell are along as well) 9 PM Hennesey 9:30 June Allyson: Ann Sothern and Pat Carroll in "Night Out". Ann's husband forgets their wedding anniversary and goes bowling instead, so she plans a big night out for the following night. Guess who it won't be with? 10 PM Pat Boone (ABC, delay from Thu 8 PM) 10:30 News, Weather, Sports 11 PM Movie: "Hamlet" (Sir Laurence Olivier's version from 1948) WKRC Ch. 12 Cincinnati (CBS) 8 AM CBS News 8:15 Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Popeye And Salty 10 AM Edge Of Night 10:30 On The Go 11 AM I Love Lucy 11:30 December Bride 12 N Love Of Life 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 12:45 Guiding Light 1 PM Eve Arden (here she's novelist Liza Hammond) 1:30 As The World Turns 2 PM For Better Or Worse 2:30 Art Linkletter's House Party 3 PM Millionaire 3:30 Verdict Is Yours 4 PM Brighter Day 4:15 Secret Storm 4:30 Popeye And Skipper (Ryle) 5 PM Movie: "The Promoter" 6:45 News, Weather 7 PM Outdoor Rambler 7:30 Masquerade Party 8 PM The Texan 8:30 Father Knows Best 9 PM Danny Thomas 9:30 Ann Sothern 10 PM Hennesey 10:30 June Allyson 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:15 Movies: "Double Door" and "Swamp Water" (my dad likes to talk about how the lobby of the theater showing "Swamp Water" in Greensboro was made up to look like something resembling the Okefenokee--"Double Door" was the first play presented on "Kraft Television Theater" in 1947) WFIE Ch. 14 Evansville (NBC)

6 AM Continental Classroom: Physics: "Rockets" 6:30 Continental Classroom (same as Ch. 3) (COLOR) 7 AM Today 9 AM Dough Re Mi 9:30 Treasure Hunt 10 AM Price Is Right 10:30 Concentration 11 AM Truth Or Consequences 11:30 It Could Be You (COLOR) 12 N News 12:10 Uncle Dudley 12:30 Ding Dong School 1 PM Queen For A Day 1:30 Thin Man 2 PM Young Dr. Malone 2:30 From These Roots 3 PM House On High Street 3:30 Split Personality 4 PM Movie: "The Gay Deception" 5:30 Science Fiction Theater 6 PM News, Weather, Sports 6:15 Huntley-Brinkley Report 6:30 Richard Diamond 7 PM Love And Marriage 7:30 Tales Of Wells Fargo 8 PM Peter Gunn 8:30 Goodyear Theater 9 PM Steve Allen (COLOR) 10 PM News 10:10 Sports 10:15 Jack Paar WLEX Ch. 18 Lexington (NBC/ABC) 6:30 Continental Classroom (same as Ch. 3) (COLOR) 7 AM Today 9 AM Introduction To Physical Anthropology 10 AM Dough Re Mi 10:30 Treasure Hunt 11 AM Price Is Right 11:30 Concentration 12 N Truth Or Consequences 12:30 It Could Be You (COLOR) 1 PM Betty Maxwell (homemaking) 1:30 Reel Lowdown (sounds like movie reviews) 1:55 Take Five (religious) 2 PM Queen For A Day 2:30 Thin Man 3 PM Young Dr. Malone 3:30 From These Roots 4 PM House On High Street 4:30 Split Personality 5 PM Shorty Stout 5:30 Bluegrass Personalities 5:45 Farm And Home 6 PM News, Weather, Sports

6:15 Sports Extra 6:25 Joanna Holder (local show of some description) 6:40 Tobacco Report 6:45 Huntley-Brinkley Report 7 PM Richard Diamond 7:30 Cheyenne 8:30 Tales Of Wells Fargo 9 PM Peter Gunn 9:30 Tennessee Ernie Ford Show (guest: Gisele MacKenzie, delay from Thu 9:30) 10 PM Alcoa Presents (ABC, delay from Tue 10 PM--I think this is "One Step Beyond") 10:30 Law Of The Plainsman (delay from Thu 7:30) 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:15 Jack Paar WKYT Ch. 27 Lexington (ABC/CBS) 8 AM CBS News 8:15 Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Popeye And The Colonel (and I'm sure it's not Col. Sanders) 9:50 News 10 AM Fun Fair (cartoons) 10:30 On The Go 11 AM I Love Lucy 11:30 Cartoon Corner 12 N Love Of Life 12:30 Movie: "Counterfeit" 2 PM For Better Or Worse 2:30 Art Linkletter's House Party 3 PM Favorite Story 3:30 Verdict Is Yours 4 PM Let's Talk About The Movies 4:15 Secret Storm 4:30 American Bandstand (joined in progress) 5 PM Roy Rogers 5:30 Windy And Popeye 6:20 News, Weather 6:30 History In The Bluegrass 6:45 City Manager Reports 7 PM How To Marry A Millionaire (a break for Barbara Eden) 7:30 Masquerade Party 8 PM Cameo Theater 9 PM Danny Thomas 9:30 Ann Sothern 10 PM Hennesey 10:30 June Allyson 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:15 Movie: "15 Maiden Lane" WEHT Ch. 50 (Ch. 25) Evansville (CBS) 7:30 Comedy Theater 8:15 Captain Kangaroo

9 AM Red Rowe (CBS's attempt to replace Arthur Godfrey with a similar-looking redhead who had been a hit on the Eye Network's LA station. Didn't work.) 9:30 On The Go 10 AM I Love Lucy 10:30 December Bride 11 AM Love Of Life 11:30 Search For Tomorrow 11:45 Guiding Light 12 N Noontime Neighbors 12:30 As The World Turns 1 PM For Better Or Worse 1:30 Art Linkletter's House Party 2 PM Millionaire 2:30 Verdict Is Yours 3 PM Brighter Day 3:15 Secret Storm 3:30 Edge Of Night 4 PM Spanky's Playyard (don't know if this is in any way connected to Spanky of "The Little Rascals"/"Our Gang") 5:30 News 5:40 Sports 5:45 Douglas Edwards With The News 6 PM Clancy's Beat (kids' show) 6:30 Masquerade Party 7 PM The Texan 7:30 Father Knows Best 8 PM Danny Thomas 8:30 Ann Sothern 9 PM Hennesey 9:30 June Allyson 10 PM News 10:10 Sports 10:15 Weather 10:20 Divorce Court 11:30 Rendezvous Retro: Kentucky Sun, Nov 23, 1958 from TV Guide-Kentucky edition Louisville (ch 3/11) and Evansville (7/14/50) listed Central Time Lexington (ch 18/27) and Cincinnati (5/9/12) listed Eastern Time WAVE 3-NBC Lousiville 9:00 Master Work "Comedy and Literature" (produced by Indiana University) 9:30 Christian Science 9:45 Industry on Parade (showing the designing and manufacturing of safes and burglar alarms) 10:00 Christophers (Joe E. Brown with some of Ben Franklin's wise words) 10:30 This is the Answer 11:00 This is the Life "Decision" 11:30 France: Profile of a Nation noon Big Picture

12:30 Eternal Life "Shall These Bones Live?" (Theodore Bikel shows how Hebrew, once considered dead, became a modern language) 1:00 Mr. Wizard 1:30 University Today 2:00 Questions of Faith 2:30 What's Ahead for Kentucky (KY Chamber of Commerce leaders discuss the Bluegrass State's prospects for the future) 3:00 Walt Disney "Ambush at Laredo" 4:00 Omnibus "The So-Called Human Race" 5:00 Steve Donovan 5:30 Danger is My Business (Marineland trainer David Brown shows off a handshaking octopus and a waltzing whale) 6:00 Lassie 6:30 Northwest Passage "The Long Rifle" (c) 7:00 Steve Allen (c/guests Claudette Colbert, Jackie Cooper, and Carol Hughes) 8:00 Dinah Shore (c/a Thanksgiving salute with hubby George Montgomery, Maurice Evans, and Gordan & Sheila MacRae) 9:00 Loretta Young "The Woman Between" 9:30 Flight "China Rescue" 10:00 Wyatt Earp "Truth About Gunfighting" 10:30 News/Weather 10:40 Movie "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hide" WLWT 5-NBC Cincinnati 8:30 Church by the Road 9:00 Catholic Hour 9:30 How We Speak 10:00 UC Workshop 10:30 Cadle Tabernacle 11:00 Movie "Saddle Buster" 11:45 United Steelworkers Meeting noon Starmaker Revue (c) 12:30 City Manager Reports (c) 12:45 Dateline UN 1:00 World Front 1:30 Bob Braun's Bandstand 3:00 Movie "Flight Command" 5:00 Omnibus "The So-Called Human Race" 6:00 Science Series "The Strange Case of the Cosmic Rays" (c/pre-empts Meet the Press and Chet Huntley Reporting) 7:00 Playhouse 7:30 Northwest Passage (c) 8:00 Steve Allen (c) 9:00 Dinah Shore (c) 10:00 Loretta Young "The Woman Between" 10:30 Decoy 11:00 News/Sports/Weather 11:15 Movie "The Galloping Major" WTVW 7-ABC Evansville 11:00 Christophers 11:30 Cartoon Capers noon Popeye 12:30 Decision 1958 12:45 Haven of Rest 1:00 Oral Roberts "Driftwood Set Afire"

1:30 TV Hour of Stars "The Velvet Cage" 2:30 All-Star Golf: Roberto DeVicenzo and Frank Stranahan square off in Boca Raton 3:30 Roller Derby: Hollywood Ravens-NY Chiefs (commentators Ken Nydell and Pat Dillon) 4:30 Bowling Stars: in Chicago, it's Esther Woods v June Kristoff 5:00 Paul Winchell (guests the Agostinos, and Lona and her dogs) 5:30 Lone Ranger "Lady Killer" 6:00 Rescue 8 "Find That Bomb" 6:30 Maverick "Shady Deal at Sunny Acres" 7:30 Lawman "The Badge" 8:00 Colt .45 "Rebellion" 8:30 Errol Flynn 9:00 Command Performance "The Turnabout" 9:30 Man Without a Gun "Reward" 10:00 News/Sports/Weather 10:15 TV Hour of Stars "Thank You, Jeeves" WCPO 9-ABC Cincinnati (also listed as DuMont, but that net was pretty well out of business by then) 7:00 Rural America 7:30 Know Your World 8:00 Church in the Home 8:30 Faith for Today 9:00 Town Hall 9:30 This is the Life 10:00 We Believe 10:30 Sacred Heart 10:45 Do It Yourself 11:00 Walt's Workshop 11:30 For Home Buyers (9's weathergirl Paula Jane doubled as host of this show) noon Movie "Fighting Fool" 1:00 School for Talent 1:30 Movie "Pennies from Heaven" 3:30 Movie "Poor Little Rich Girl" 5:00 Paul Winchell (same program as 5pm, ch 7) 5:30 Lone Ranger "Lady Killer" 6:00 Cisco Kid 6:30 Men of Annapolis 7:00 You Asked for It (Frank Dean, inventor of a device to record the speed of quick-draw gunmen, demonstrates with the help of cowboy Bob Jones; also German clown Hoppe shows off his performing pigs) 7:30 Maverick "Shady Deal at Sunny Acres" 8:30 Lawman "The Badge" 9:00 Colt .45 "Rebellion" 9:30 Man Without a Gun 10:00 News 10:15 Venita Kelly 10:30 Hollywood Half Hour 11:00 Movie "Music in My Heart" WHAS 11-CBS Louisville 8:30 We Believe 9:00 Lamp Unto My Feet "Religion and the Social Order" (eighth of a series of 10th-anniversary programs) 9:30 Look Up & Live "The Creative Response" concludes in a remote featuring modern church music from St. Thomas Church in NYC 10:00 UN in Action

10:30 Camera Three "Seven Wonders of American Architecture" 10:55 CBS News 11:00 Lure of the Library 11:30 Face the Nation (from DC with Arizona GOP Sen. Barry Goldwater) noon Let's Look It Over 12:30 Inside Football 12:45 Pro Football Kickoff 1:00 NFL: Pittsburgh-Chicago Cardinals (Joe Boland and Paul Christman call the action) 3:45 Learn to Draw 4:00 Case of Dr. Zhivago (Howard K. Smith narrates this special on the novel) 4:30 Dr. Hudson's Journal "The Trance Baby" 5:00 Small World 5:30 Twentieth Century "Peron and Evita" 6:00 Zorro "An Eye for an Eye" 6:30 Bachelor Father 7:00 Ed Sullivan (guests Kathryn Grayson, Herb Shriner, and the Beryozka Russian folk dance troupe) 8:00 GE Theater "A Turkey for the President" (Ronald Reagan and Nancy Davis, that week's cover subject, co-star with Ward Bond) 8:30 Whirlybirds "Time to Kill" 9:00 Keep Talking 9:30 What's My Line? (guest Victor Borge) 10:00 Sammy Kaye (regulars Hank Kanui, Larry O'Brien, Charles Roder, Johnny McAfee, and Joe Mack) 10:30 News/Weather 10:40 Movie: TBA WKRC 12-CBS Cincinnati 8:30 Praise Hour 9:00 Christophers 9:30 Zero 1960 "They Came for Freedom" 10:00 Skipper Ryle noon UC in the Home 12:30 Face the Nation 1:00 Championship Bowling 2:00 NFL: Philadelphia-Cleveland (commentary from Ken Coleman and Jim Dudley) 4:30 Touchdown Time 5:00 Prize Playhouse "In a Small Hotel" 5:30 Ted Mack's Amateur Hour (taking on last week's winner: Ernest Lessa (Lynn MA/novelty dancing), the Harmony Honeys (Soddy TN/vocal quartet), Paulette Aunkst (Watertown PA/baton twirler), Eloy Huerta (NYC/tenor), William Johnson (Williamsport PA/drummer), and Paula Franklin (Kew Gardens NY/pop vocalist)) 6:00 Small World 6:30 Twentieth Century "Peron and Evita" 7:00 Lassie 7:30 Bachelor Father 8:00 Ed Sullivan 9:00 GE Theater "A Turkey for the President" 9:30 Alfred Hitchcock "Safety for the Witness" 10:00 Keep Talking 10:30 What's My Line? 11:00 News/Sports/Weather 11:15 Movie "Lloyds of London" 1:00 Mr. District Attorney WFIE 14-NBC Evansville

noon This is the Life "Walls of Pride" 12:30 Eternal Life "Shall These Bones Live?" 1:00 Mr. Wizard 1:30 NBA: St. Louis Hawks-Cincinnati Royals (Curt Gowdy is courtside) 4:00 Omnibus "The So-Called Human Race" 5:00 Science Series "The Strange Case of the Cosmic Rays" (c) 6:00 Saber of London "Where There's a Will" 6:30 Northwest Passage "The Long Rifle" (c) 7:00 Steve Allen (c) 8:00 Dinah Shore (c) 9:00 Loretta Young "The Woman Between" 9:30 Frontier "Salt War" 10:00 Movie "Tampico" WLEX 18-NBC/ABC Lexington 1:30pm Eternal Life "Shall These Bones Live?" 2:00 Mr. Wizard 2:30 NBA: St. Louis-Cincinnati 5:00 TBA 5:30 Christian Hour 6:00 Science Series "The Strange Case of the Cosmic Rays" (c) 7:00 Football with Collier 7:30 Northwest Passage "The Long Rifle" (c) 8:00 Steve Allen (c) 9:00 Dinah Shore (c) 10:00 Behind Closed Doors "Man in the Moon" 10:30 Uncommon Valor 11:00 News/Sports/Weather 11:20 Movie "The Postman Didn't Ring" WKYT 27-CBS Lexington 11:45 Church in the Home 12:15 Christian Science 12:30 Face the Nation 1:00 Cartoon Corner 1:30 Pro Football Highlights 2:00 NFL: Philadelphia-Cleveland 4:45 Pro Football Roundup 5:00 This is the Answer 5:30 Ted Mack's Amateur Hour 6:00 Small World 6:30 Movie "The Impatient Years" 8:00 Mr. District Attorney 8:30 I Led Three Lives 9:00 Movie "Jezebel" 10:30 Man Without a Gun (running the 9:30 ET episode that 9 showed) 11:00 News/Sports/Weather 11:15 TBA WEHT 50-CBS Evansville (moved to 25 in 1964 after Gilmore bought the station from Hilberg Packing) 8:45 Christian Science 9:00 Lamp Unto My Feet "Religion and the Social Order" 9:30 Look Up & Live "The Creative Response" (conclusion) 10:00 UN in Action 10:30 Camera Three "Seven Wonders of American Architecture"

10:55 CBS News 11:00 Playhouse 11:30 Face the Nation noon Conrad Nagel 12:30 Travelogue 50 12:45 Pro Football Kickoff 1:00 NFL: Pittsburgh-Chicago Cardinals 3:30 Great Outdoors 4:00 Case of Dr. Zhivago 4:30 Ted Mack's Amateur Hour 5:00 Small World 5:30 Twentieth Century "Peron and Evita" 6:00 Lassie 6:30 Bachelor Father 7:00 Ed Sullivan 8:00 GE Theater "A Turkey for the President" 8:30 US Marshal "Arraignment" 9:00 Keep Talking 9:30 What's My Line? 10:00 News/Sports/Weather 10:15 Movie "Great Expectations" RETRO: Arizona, Thurs March 10, 1959 Listings for entire state of Arizona, Thursday March 10, 1959 Source - The Arizona Republic, March 10, 1959 KTVK 3 - ABC Phoenix 10:15 Tho't for Day, News 10:30 Peter Lind Hayes 11:30 Play Your Hunch 12:00 Liberace 12:30 File 3 1:00 Day in Court 1:30 Music Bingo 2:00 Beat The Clock 2:30 Who Do You Trust 3:00 Bandstand 4:30 Arizona Bandstand 5:30 Adv. Time 6:00 26 Men 6:30 Cheyenne 7:30 Wyatt Earp 8:00 Rifleman 8:30 Naked City 9:00 Theater 9:30 Daly (sic) News 9:45 News, Sports, Weather 10:00 Movie KVOA 4 - NBC Tucson 6:30 Classroom 7:00 Today

8:00 Dough Re Mi 8:30 Treasure Hunt 9:00 Price Is Right 9:30 Concentration 10:00 Tic Tac Dough 10:30 Could Be You 11:00 Matinee 12:00 Consequences 12:30 Haggis Baggis (c) 1:00 Dr. Majone 1:30 From These Roots 2:00 Queen For A Day 2:30 County Fair 3:00 Movie 4:30 Cartoons 5:00 Local News, Weather 5:15 NBC News 5:30 Dragnet 6:00 News, Weather, Movie 7:00 George Burns 7:30 Bob Cummings 8:00 Californians 8:30 Sea Hunt 9:00 Mike Hammer 9:30 Susie KPHO 5 - Ind Phoenix 1:45 News, Rural Roundup 2:00 Movie 3:30 Wallace 5:00 Woody Woodpecker 5:30 Cisco Kid 6:00 News 6:30 Star Performances 7:00 Pastor's Study 7:30 Parole 8:00 Winchell File 8:30 If You Had A Million 9:00 Cochise Sheriff 9:30 Hiway Patrol 10:00 News 10:15 Sports, Movie KGUN 9 - ABC Tucson 10:00 Day in Court 10:30 Hayes Show 11:30 Play Your Hunch 12:00 Liberace 12:30 Romper Room 1:30 Coffee Break 2:00 Beat The Clock 2:30 Who Do You Trust 3:00 Bandstand 4:00 Ruggles

4:30 Mayor Carl 5:00 Adv. Time 5:30 Mickey Mouse 6:00 David Grief 6:30 Cheyenne 7:30 Wyatt Earp 8:00 Rifleman 8:30 Stories of Century 9:00 TBA 9:30 Daly (sic) News 10:00 Theater KOOL 10 - CBS Phoenix 6:45 Dailyword News 7:00 Spanish Class 7:30 News, Cartoons 8:00 Playhouse 8:30 Godfrey 9:00 Lucy 9:30 Top Dollar 10:00 Love of Life 10:30 Search for Tom'w 10:45 Guiding Lite 11:00 News, Mr. and Mrs. North 11:30 World Turns 12:00 Jimmy Dean 12:30 House Party 1:00 Big Payoff 1:30 Verdict Is Yours 2:00 Brighter Day 2:15 Secret Storm 2:30 Edge Night 3:00 Movie 4:00 Cartoon Carnival 4:45 Robin Hood in Sherwood Forest 5:15 Doug Edwards 5:30 Stars In Action 6:00 Mystery 7:00 Godfrey 7:30 Red Skelton 8:00 Garry Moore 9:00 S. F. Beat 9:30 Nite Court 10:00 News 10:30 Movie KIVA 11 - NBC/CBS/ABC Yuma 8:00 Today 10:00 Do Re Mi 11:00 Godfrey 11:30 Concentration 12:00 Love of Life 12:30 Could Be You 1:00 Consequences

1:30 Haggis Baggis 2:00 Jimmy Dean 2:30 Houseparty 3:00 Queen 3:30 County Fair 4:00 Movie 5:30 Kiva Kids 6:00 Industry 6:15 Fashion Aid 6:30 Weather, Sports 7:00 Trackdown 7:30 Jim Bowie 8:00 Target 8:30 Runyon 9:00 Gobel Show 11:00 News, Movie KVAR 12 - NBC Phoenix 6:30 Cont. Classroom 7:00 Today 8:00 Dough Re Mi 8:30 Treasure Hunt 9:00 Price Is Right 9:30 Concentration 10:00 Tic Tac Dough 10:30 Could Be You 11:00 Romper Room 12:00 Porky Pig 12:30 Haggis Baggis (c) 1:00 Today Is Ours 1:30 From These Roots 2:00 Queen For Day 2:30 County Fair 3:00 Favorite Story 3:30 Easy Does It 4:30 Bozo The Clown 4:45 Space Control 5:15 NBC News 5:30 Dragnet 6:00 Gobel Show 7:00 George Burns 7:30 Cummings Show 8:00 Californians 8:30 Steve Canyon 9:00 Medic 9:30 Union Pacific 10:00 Movie 11:30 Byline KOLD 13 - CBS Tucson 8:00 Playhouse 8:30 Play Your Hunch 9:00 Godfrey 9:30 Top Dollar

10:00 Love of Life 10:30 Search for Tomorrow 11:00 Brunch with Johnny 11:30 World Turns 12:00 Jimmy Dean 12:30 House Party 1:00 Big Payoff 1:30 Verdict Yours 2:00 Brighter Day 2:15 Secret Storm 2:30 Edge of Night 3:00 Virginia 3:30 Godfrey Show 4:15 Theater 5:15 D. Edwards 6:00 Invisible Man 7:30 Hamlet 9:00 Walter Winchell 9:30 Detective 10:00 Phil Silvers 10:30 Weather, News 10:45 Movie Tuesday not Thursday, I believe, as March 10, 1959 was a Tuesday and the prime time live network feed shows were from the Tuesday schedule. As to ABC News/John Daly on 3/9 at 9:30 PM...the guesstimate here is that since ABC had video tape then and it's doubtful that either KTVK 3 (the network feed source) or KGUN 9 did, the network must have fed the (15 min.?) 'cast multiple times starting at 11 ET/9 MT. But notice neither station aired the early evening ABC newscast here. Unless...there was no late evening ABC News and this 9:30 PM airing is a kinnie of the earlier 'cast. Huh KTVK could have had a kinnie recorder and either its own processing lab or used an in-town lab. As for what filled out the 9:30 half hour on KGUN-TV, one may just blame sloppiness at the Arizona Republic. From '60s microfilms I've seen, their Tucson listings were kind of an afterthought (running in the "bulldog" or state edition only) and often had errors. Some might also notice that NBC network programs on KIVA 11 Yuma are one hour later than in Phoenix or Tucson, yet they were actually in pattern. KIVA had its studios and transmitter about 10 mi W of Yuma at Pilot Knob (near the Calif. Inspection Station, for those of you familiar with the area) and ran its schedule on California time, so when the nation was on Standard Time, as would have been the case on Tuesday March 10th, air times in Arizona were an hour later. For example, the Today Show, airing at 7 am in Phoenix and Tucson, aired at 8 am in Yuma. Once the nation was on Daylight Saving Time, both sides of the market would have been synched up, as Arizona didn't use daylight time (except for an ill-fated experiment in 1967). Retro: New York City, Tuesday, November 23, 1948 (revised, corrected) Source, NY Times Stations; 2-WCBS-TV (CBS) 4-WNBT (NBC) 5-WABD (DuMont)

7-WJZ-TV (ABC) 11-WPIX (Ind) 13-WATV (Ind) MORNING 7:00 5-News, Weather 7:15 5-Health Talk, Weather 7:45 5-Your School Reporter 8:00 5-News, Time, Weather 8:30 5-The Baby Sitter with Pat Meikle (children) 9:00 5-Morning Chapel 9:30 5-Amanda (songs); news, weather 10:00 5-Television Shopper 13-Test Pattern (to 5 PM) 10:30 5-Friendship Circle 11:00 5-Stan Shaw AFTERNOON 12:00 5-News, Weather 12:15 5-Ted Steele (talk, variety) 12:30 2-Program Preview; Music, Weather 12:45 2-Film Shorts 5-Weather, time 1:00 2-Vanity Fair with Dorothy Doan (talk); guests, Merry Hull, Charles Peters, Mrs. Florence Eagle 5-Okay, Mother with Dennis James 1:20 2-Film; A Woman's World 1:30 5-Time, Weather, Film Shorts 1:45 4-Books and Authors' Luncheon, Hotel Astor; guest speaker, Gen. Dwight Eisenhower 2:30 5-The Needle Shop (instruction) 2:45 5-Hanna's Spare Room 3:00 5-Women's Club 3:15 5-Vincent Lopez Show (music) 3:30

5-Weather, Society Page 4:00 5-And Everything Nice 4:15 5-News. Weather, Time 4:30 5-Wendy Barrie Show 5:00 5-Time, Weather 11-News; Pixie Playtime (children) 5:30 4-Howdy Doody with Buffalo Bob Smith (children) EVENING 6:00 5-Small Fry Club with Bob Emery (children) 11-Recorded music 6:15 2-Program Preview; Weather 6:30 2-Lucky Pup with Doris Brown (children) 5-Russ Hodges, sports 6:45 2-Bob Howard Show (music, variety) 5-Alan Dale Show (variety) 7:00 2-Roar of the Rails (adventure, children) 5-Swing Into Soirts 7-News and Views. with Walter Kiernan 11-News, Record Rendezvous 7:15 7-Ship's Reporter 7:30 2-CBS News with Douglas Edwards 4-You Are An Artist with Jon Gnagy (instruction) 5-Camera Headlines (newsreel) 7-Critic at Large with Norman Cousins 11-Newsreel 7:40 11-Sports with Guy LeBow 7:45 2-Face the Music with Johnny Desmond (variety) 7:50 4-Newsreel, with John Cameron Swayze 8:00 2-Film; Where The Buffalo Roam (Western, 1938), Tex Ritter 4-Texaco Star Theater with Milton Berle; Judy Canova 5-Film Shorts 7-Film; Friesland 11-Film' Wolf Riders (Western, 1935), Jack Perrin 8:30 7-America's Town Meeting 9:00 2-We, The People 4-Mary Margaret McBride

5-Boxing from Park Arena 11-Eddie Condon's Floor Show (variety) 9:30 2-Film; Greatest Fights 11-Newsreel 9:35 2-People's Platform (discussion); topic, The American Press and the People 9:50 4-Wrestling from St. Nicholas Asrena 10:00 2-Film; Documentary Short; With These Weapons 10:10 2-Newsreel Retro: Tucson and Phoenix, November 22 and 23, 1963 Source: Arizona Daily Star, 22 November 1963 Stations: 3 – KTVK-TV (ABC), Phoenix 4 – KVOA-TV (NBC), Tucson 5 – KPHO-TV (Independent), Phoenix 6 – KUAT-TV (NET), Tucson 9 – KGUN-TV (ABC), Tucson 10 – KOOL-TV (CBS), Phoenix 12 – KTAR-TV (NBC), Phoenix 13 – KOLD-TV (CBS), Tucson 27 – KUAS-TV (NET), Tucson Although not listed, KUAS was transmitting from Mount Bigelow as a satellite of KUAT to reach those viewers in the Northwestern sections of Tucson whose reception of Channel 6 was blocked by part of Mount Lemmon. As well, KAET was operating in Phoenix on Channel 8, transmitting educational programming as an NET affiliate. * denotes a colorcast NOVEMBER 22, 1963 MORNING 6:00 10 – Sunrise Semester 12 – Continental Classroom (x2) 13 – Test Tunes, Farm & Ranch 6:30 10 – D Word Roundup (I have no idea what this would be) 13 – Sunrise Semester 7:00 4/12 – Today 10/13 – Captain Kangaroo 7:40 6/27 – Chemistry (through to Noon) 8:00 4/12 – Say When

9 – Test Pattern Bulletin Board 10/13 – CBS Morning News (Mike Wallace anchored; one of the stories was about The Beatles) 8:25 4/12 – NBC News 8:30 3/9 – Bugs Bunny/The King & Odie 4 – Word for Word * 10/13 – I Love Lucy 12 – Play Your Hunch 9:00 3/9 – The Price is Right 4/12 – Concentration 10/13 – The Real McCoys 9:30 3/9 – Seven Keys 4/12 – Missing Links 10/13 – Pete and Gladys 10:00 3/9 – Tennessee Ernie Ford 4/12 – Your First Impression * 5 – Calendar of Events 10/13 – Love of Life 10:25 10/13 – CBS News 10:30 3/9 – Father Knows Best 4/12 – Truth or Consequences 5 – Philosophy (x2; probably an educational program from Arizona State University) 10/13 – Search for Tomorrow 10:45 10/13 – The Guiding Light 10:55 4/12 – NBC News 11:00 3/9 – General Hospital 4 – Local News 10 – George Burns & Gracie Allen 12 – Romper Room 13 – Visiting with Virginia (local housewife chat) 11:15 4 – Divorce Court (The Kennedy assassination took place in Dallas at 11:30 Mountain Time; as KOOL-TV and KOLDTV were taking CBS’ live East Coast feed of As the World Turns, they would have gotten Cronkite’s initial bulletins live and, therefore, were likely to be the first TV stations in Phoenix and Tucson to

break the news. Only KGUN-TV appears to have taken a network feed from ABC, and NBC wasn’t offering a network program during this half hour.) 11:30 3 – Jack LaLanne 5 – Bold Journey 9 – Day in Court 10/13 – As the World Turns 12 – Love That Bob (By Noon, each of the networks was underway with their continuous coverage of the assassination, so all scheduled entertainment programming on Channels 3, 4, 9, 10, 12 and 13 were wiped out until Monday. Nobody I was able to reach at KPHO, KAET and KUAT/KUAS knows what those stations were doing; I suspect KPHO picked up one of the networks with the permission of the Phoenix affiliate – they had originally been an ABC affiliate, so I’d tentatively go in that direction – and KAET, KUAT and KUAS may have had someone break into the instructional programs with the initial bulletin, after which they may have picked up a network’s coverage with permission of the Tucson and Phoenix affiliates.) AFTERNOON 12:00 NOON 3 – Douglas Fairbanks Presents 4/12 – People Will Talk * 5 – Cartoonland 6/27 – Geology 9 – Frank Kalil (local talk show) 10/13 – Password 12:25 4/12 – NBC News 12:30 3 – Day in Court 4/12 – The Doctors 5 – News and Weather 6/27 – Science Reporter 10/13 – Art Linkletter’s House Party 12:45 9 – Women’s News 1:00 3/9 – Queen for a Day 4/12 – Loretta Young Theater 5 – Open House (local talk) 6/27 – Spanish (5th Grade, level 1) 10/13 – To Tell the Truth 1:30 3/9 – Who Do You Trust? 4/12 – You Don’t Say * 10/13 – The Edge of Night 2:00 3/9 – Trailmaster 4/12 – The Match Game

5 – The Best of Groucho 10/13 – The Secret Storm 2:25 4/12 – NBC News 2:30 4/12 – Make Room for Daddy 5/13 – People are Funny 10 – Peter Gunn 3:00 3/4/12 – local movies (with inserts of business news on KVOA-TV and news headlines on KTARTV) 5 – 5-Star Playhouse (probably syndicated reruns of ‘50s anthologies like Schlitz Playhouse) 9 – Ann Sothern 10/13 – Our Miss Brooks 3:30 5 – Leave It to Beaver 9 – Marshal KGUN (cartoons) 10 – December Bride 13 – The Life of Riley 4:00 5 – It’s Wallace (local kiddie show) 10 – Talent Show 13 – The Folk Sing (I’m guessing this is a regionally-syndicated folk music program similar to Hootenanny!, as it is also scheduled on KOOL-TV in the following half-hour) 4:30 10 – The Folk Sing 12 – Ann Sothern 13 – KOLD-TV News 5:00 3 – The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis 4 – Woman’s/Pictorial/Business Report 5 – Rocky & His Friends (x2) 9 – Popeye 10/13 – CBS Evening News with Walter Cronkite (The Beatles item from that morning’s CBS Morning News had been originally scheduled to be repeated on this broadcast; Cronkite postponed it until December 10th) 12 – News Headlines 5:05 12 – Sea Hunt 5:15 9 – Rocky & His Friends 5:30 3 – ABC News with Ron Cochran 4 – The Huntley-Brinkley Report 5 – Bachelor Father 9 – Amos ‘n’ Andy

10/13 – The Mickey Mouse Club 12 – Sports Report EVENING 6:00 3 – Sgt. Bilko 4/5 – local news 9 – Silents Please 10/13 – Yogi Bear 12 – The Huntley-Brinkley Report 6:30 3/9 – 77 Sunset Strip 4 – Bob Hope Presents the Chrysler Theater 5 – Maverick 10/13 – Route 66 12 – International Showtime (Don Ameche hosting European circus acts) 6:45 6/27 – Spanish (5th Grade) 7:00 6 – What’s New? (children’s series) 7:30 3/9 – Burke’s Law 4 – Harry’s Girls 5 – The Trail West 6/27 – Visit with a Sculptor 10/13 – The Great Adventure 12 – Bob Hope Presents the Chrysler Theater 8:00 4 – The Jack Paar Program * 5 – High School Football 6/27 – Congress of Strings 1963 (scholarship student orchestra conducted by Eugene Ormandy of the Philadelphia Orchestra; sign-off at 9:30) 8:30 3/9 – The Farmer’s Daughter 10/13 – The Twilight Zone 9:00 3/9 – The Fight of the Week (scheduled match was light heavyweights Johnny Persol versus Allen Thomas; was this match cancelled or postponed due to the assassination?) 4 – Thriller 10/13 – The Alfred Hitchcock Hour 12 – The Jack Paar Program * Approximately 9:45 3/9 – Make That Spare (bowling program hosted by Johnny Johnston that filled the remainder of the hour immediately after the boxing match ended) 10:00 3/4/5/9/10/12/13 – local news (the newscasts for KOOL-TV and KOLD-TV are both listed as Niteline; dunno if it’s a simulcast or just the title was shared)

10:15 4/12 – The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson * 10/13 – The Steve Allen Show 10:30 3/5 – movie 9 – Theater 9 11:00 4 – news 11:05 4 – movie (followed by news headlines and sign-off) 11:45 10/13 – news 12:00 Midnight 3 – movie 12 – news 13 – Mahalia (perhaps a film of gospel singer Mahalia Jackson to sign off the day?) 12:05 12 – movie 12:15 9 – Peter Gunn (followed by news headlines and sign-off) The Arizona Daily Star of November 23rd carried a story indicating that the three commercial television networks (and four national radio networks) were all cancelling entertainment programs until after President Kennedy’s funeral on the 25th, and all of the local affiliates were following their network’s leads by doing the same on locally-originated and syndicated programming. There was still a question as to whether Tucson radio station KCUB would carry the Los Angeles RamsBaltimore Colts NFL game from the West Coast circuit of the Mutual radio network on Sunday, but the Notre Dame college football game that weekend was definitely called off. However, ads for KOLD-TV and KOLD Radio appeared on the same page, promoting Saturday’s scheduled commercial programming; apparently, nobody at KOLD contacted the Star by press time to get the ads pulled. The KOLD Radio ad promoted the New Mexico-Arizona NCAA football game that had been scheduled for that night at 7:45; the schedule listed in the KOLD-TV ads http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_ItyDNJpjj4/TOq0tY_1y1I/AAAAAAAAAGA/eH5FhhqOC3g/s1600/KOLD23nov63.jpg included the following: 6:50 Farm & Ranch Report 7:00 Captain Kangaroo 8:00 Quick Draw McGraw 8:30 Mighty Mouse 9:00 Rin Tin Tin 9:30 Roy Rogers 10:00 Sky King 10:30 Do You Know? (local high school variation on College Bowl) 11:00 Alvin 11:30 Tennessee Tuxedo 12:00 Football Kick-Off 12:15 NCAA Football (Wisconsin vs. Minnesota) 2:45 Football Scoreboard

3:00 Moments in Music 3:30 Mariachi Matinee 4:00 Desert Trails 4:30 Championship Bowling 5:30 Jackie Gleason’s American Scene Magazine 6:30 The Defenders 7:30 The New Phil Silvers Show 8:00 Gunsmoke 9:00 Adventures in Paradise 10:00 Wanted: Dead or Alive 10:30 Million Dollar Movie: The Outriders (starring Joel McCrea, Arlene Dahl and Barry Sullivan) A second ad specifically promoted the showing of The Outriders at 10:30. There’s also one additional item to add here, although unrelated to the TV schedules listed above. In researching this post, I came across a rather startling two-line headline in the November 17th edition of the Arizona Daily Star, the top of the two lines reading JFK SELECTS COFFIN. The story was about Kennedy choosing diplomat Frank Coffin to become the U.S. Ambassador to Panama, but I still can’t quite get past the phrasing of that top line! "Day In Court" aired at 2:30 (ET), and since KGUN had a local talk show from 12-1 (MT), I would suspect it aired on delay. Remember that both ABC and NBC were down when Cronkite broke into "As The World Turns"; ABC, at the time, aired "General Hospital" at 1 PM (ET) (it wouldn't move to 3 until Dec. 30), then went down from 1:30-2:30; NBC was down from 1 to 2. "Do You Know?", unless you're talking about a different show, aired on CBS from Oct. 12, 1963-Apr. 25, 1964 at 12:30 (ET). Two teams of kids aged 9-12 were assigned a book to read, then quizzed about it; it probably did resemble "College Bowl". Bob Maxwell, who used to be the voice of the SFM holiday network, was host of this show. A similar program, "Reading Room", had aired same time, same network, the previous year, with children's-book author Ned Hoopes as host. "Day In Court" aired at 2:30 (ET), and since KGUN had a local talk show from 12-1 (MT), I would suspect it aired on delay. The '64 Yearbook lists KGUN-TV as having one tape machine (same for KVOA and KOLD) so it could have been a day behind, but what if the head loads up during recording? One might say the same for KVOA with its daily one hour delay of Huntley-Brinkley. Or...it could have been a kinnie on a one week (or more) delay. Or a third left-field idea: KTVK tapes the feed at 12:30 while airing the show, and sends it to Tucson on Greyhound for KGUN to play the next day. That scenario was used (early '70s?) where KOOL-TV ran Merv Griffin (CBS late night) in pattern at 10:30 PM, then the next morning sent their backup tape (90-min. reel) of Merv down to Tucson on the bus for KOLD's airing at 4 PM. 10:30 AM 3/9 : Father Knows Best Wasn't Father Knows Best one of the shows that was pre-empted by ABC at the time that the news of Kennedy's assassination took place? This may be a one day delay from Thursday meaning that

Monday's episode (the Friday episode that was pre-empted by the ABC news coverage) wasn't shown or was substituted for a rerun of another show that 3 and 9 had to offer. By one of the ABC affiliates, apparently on a one-hour delay; New York's WABC-TV, as noted in the New York TV listings for Nov. 22, 1963 (if you can find it here), had run the FKB episode in its entirety (it ran at 12:30 P.M. EST); what ABC interrupted for bulletins on the JFK shooting on WABC was a local rerun of a 1958 Ann Sothern Show episode. David von Pein's aircheck which showed FKB being so interrupted clearly has 5 kHz telco, whereas WABC airings would have had full 15 kHz audio. Retro: Southeast Pennsylvania Sat, Nov 20, 1976 from TV Guide-SE Pennsylvania edition WMAR 2-CBS Baltimore 6:30 Sunrise Semester "The Novel and Theater of Contemporary France" 7:00 Tarzan 7:30 Clue Club 8:00 Sylvester & Tweety 8:30 Flintstones 9:00 Bugs Bunny/Road Runner 10:00 Professor Kool 10:30 Shazam!/Isis 11:30 Ark II noon Fat Albert 12:30 Way Out Games (teams from Arkansas, Pennsylvania, and West Virginia) 1:00 Famous Classic Tales "Davy Crockett on the Mississippi" 2:00 Man to Man 2:30 Movie "Journey to the Far Side of the Sun" 4:30 CBS Sports Spectacular: Brunswick World Open bowling 6:00 Hee Haw (guests George Gobel and Billie Jo Spears) 7:00 News 7:30 Candid Camera 8:00 Mary Tyler Moore 8:30 Bob Newhart 9:00 All in the Family 9:30 Alice 10:00 Carol Burnett (guest Ken Berry) 11:00 News 11:30 Movie "The Desperate Hours" (bw) KYW 3-NBC Philadelphia 6:00 Consultation (discusses cystic fibrosis) 6:30 International Zone (looks at students in Indonesia, Peru and Senegal) 7:00 Villa Alegre 7:30 Challenge 8:00 Woody Woodpecker 8:30 Pink Panther 10:00 McDuff 10:30 Monster Squad 11:00 Land of the Lost 11:30 Big John, Little John noon Kids from CAPER 12:30 Muggsy 1:00 How to... (covered: upholstering, interior decorating, Japanese cooking, and Japanese flower

arranging) 2:00 Movie "Chuka" 3:30 Music Hall America (host Pat Boone/guests Pat's family, the Earl Scruggs Revue, and Ruby Falls) 4:30 Ara's Sports World (guest Mary Jo Peppler) 5:00 David Niven's World (story of a Scotsman who sailed around the world, alone and against currents) 5:30 In Search of... (Amelia Earhart) 6:00 News 6:30 NBC Nightly News 7:00 Hee Haw (guests Jimmy Dean, George Gobel, and Susan Raye) 8:00 Emergency! 9:00 Movie "Billy Jack" 11:20 News 11:50 Saturday Night (Paul Simon hosts, and also joins forces with George Harrison) 1:20 Supersonic (guests the Bay City Rollers, the Realistics, Cockney Rebel, and Hello) 1:50 Soul Train (Guests the Manhattans, and Brass Construction) WTTG 5-Ind Washington 5:00 Movie cont'd 6:30 Friends of Man 7:00 Bullwinkle 7:30 Jackson 5 8:00 Underdog 8:30 H.R. Pufnstuf 9:00 Porky Pig 9:30 Casper 10:00 Flintstones 10:30 Robin Hood (bw) 11:00 Movie "The Spiral Road" 2:00 Movie "The Best of Everything" 4:30 Ghost & Mrs. Muir 5:00 Soul Train (no description, same show as 3?) 6:00 My Three Sons 6:30 Family Affair 7:00 Andy Griffith (bw) 7:30 $128,000 Question 8:00 Movie "Bad Day at Black Rock" 10:00 News 10:30 Black News 11:00 Monty Python's Flying Circus 11:30 Movie "Marlowe" 1:30 Movie "Dinner at Eight" (bw) 3:30 Movie "Shining Victory" (bw) WPVI 6-ABC Philadelphia 6:00 Farm, Home & Garden 6:30 Captain Noah 7:00 Chief Halftown 7:30 Porky Pig & Friends 8:00 Tom & Jerry/Great Grape Ape/Mumbly 9:00 Jabberjaw 9:30 Scooby-Doo/Dynomutt 10:30 Krofft Supershow noon Perspective 12:30 College Football Pre-Game

12:45 College Football: Big Ten, Michigan-Ohio State 4:00 College Football: the Pac-8 title is on the line as USC takes on UCLA 7:30 Assignment 8:00 Holmes & Yoyo 8:30 What's Happening!! 9:00 Starsky & Hutch 10:00 Most Wanted 11:00 News (cue the marching band Cheesy) 11:30 Movie "Wild Women" 1:00 Movie "Panic in the Streets" (bw) 3:00 ABC News WGAL 8-NBC Lancaster 6:30 Lone Ranger (bw) 7:00 Max B. Nimble 7:30 Sunshine Corners 8:00 Woody Woodpecker 8:30 Pink Panther 10:00 McDuff 10:30 Monster Squad 11:00 Land of the Lost 11:30 Big John, Little John noon Kids from CAPER 12:30 Muggsy 1:00 US Farm Report 1:30 That Good Ole Nashville Music (no info listed) 2:00 Adventures of the Lone Ranger 3:30 Pilgrim Journey 4:00 Dragnet 4:30 Treasure Hunt 5:00 World of Survival 5:30 Porter Wagoner 6:00 News 6:30 NBC Nightly News 7:00 City Hall Report 7:30 Spotlight Series 8:00 Emergency! 9:00 Movie "Billy Jack" 11:20 News 11:50 Saturday Night 1:20 News WCAU 10-CBS Philadelphia 6:20 Agricultural News 6:25 Editorial 6:30 Sunrise Semester "The Novel and Theater of Contemporary France" 7:00 Sylvester & Tweety 7:30 Clue Club 8:00 Gene London (segments on soap-box derbies, train riding, and flying model planes) 9:00 Bugs Bunny/Road Runner 10:00 Tarzan 10:30 Shazam!/Isis 11:30 Ark II noon Fat Albert 12:30 Way Out Games 1:00 Famous Classic Tales "Davy Crockett on the Mississippi"

2:00 Movie "Hombre" 4:00 The City (topic: "Neighborhood Power") 4:30 CBS Sports Spectacular 6:00 News 6:30 CBS Evening News 7:00 News 7:30 Celebrity Sweepstakes 8:00 Mary Tyler Moore 8:30 Bob Newhart 9:00 All in the Family 9:30 Alice 10:00 Carol Burnett 11:00 News 11:30 Movie "The Odd Couple" 1:30 Name of the Game 3:05 Give Us This Day 3:10 Movie "The Agony and the Ectasy" WBAL 11-NBC Baltimore 7:00 Learning to Read 7:30 Focus on Faith 7:45 Davey & Goliath 8:00 Better Way... 8:30 At Home in Maryland 9:00 Garden Living 9:30 Courtship of Eddie's Father 10:00 McDuff 10:30 Monster Squad 11:00 Land of the Lost 11:30 Big John, Little John noon Kids from CAPER 12:30 Muggsy 1:00 Soul Train (no info listed) 2:00 Adventures of the Lone Ranger (no details were listed for WGAL, so I can't say if WBAL and WGAL ran the same episode or not) 3:30 Wagon Train 5:00 FBI 6:00 Bowling 7:00 News 7:30 Hollywood Squares 8:00 Emergency! 9:00 Movie "Billy Jack" 11:20 News 11:50 Saturday Night 1:20 FBI WHYY 12-PBS Wilmington/Philadelphia 8:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 9:00 Sesame Street 10:00 Electric Company 10:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 11:00 Sesame Street noon Zoom 12:30 Hodgepodge Lodge 1:00 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 1:30 Visions "Liza's Pioneer Diary"

3:00 Jeanne Wolf with... (Henry and Shirlee Fonda) 3:30 Guppies to Groupers 4:00 Northeast: Target for Action 5:00 Consumer Survival Kit 5:30 Woman 6:00 People's Business: Harrisburg Report 6:30 What's Cooking? 7:00 Rebop 7:30 Once Upon a Classic "Heidi" (pt 1) 8:00 Adams Chronicles (3-pak) WJZ 13-ABC Baltimore 6:00 Sign-In 6:30 What's New, Columbia? 7:00 Cartoon Carnival 7:30 Bob Turk & the Sunshine Kids 8:00 Tom & Jerry/Great Grape Ape/Mumbly 9:00 Jabberjaw 9:30 Scooby-Doo/Dynomutt 10:30 Krofft Supershow noon Women Now 12:30 College Football Pre-Game 12:45 College Football: Michigan-Ohio State 4:00 College Football: TBA, ABC planned regional broadcasts of USC-UCLA and Houston-Texas Tech 7:30 What's Next, Baltimore? 8:00 For Real (guests Grand Jury, Gil Scott-Heron, and Brian Jackson; also discussions on South Africa and the NAACP; 'JZ punted Holmes & Yoyo to Sunday at 4) 8:30 What's Happening!! 9:00 Starsky & Hutch 10:00 Most Wanted 11:00 News 11:30 Peter Marshall (guests Mel Tellis, Kenny Rankin, and Shields & Yarnell) 1:00 Supersonic (guests Roxy Music, Gary Glitter, Marianne Faithfull, Nazareth, and Justin Hayward & John Lodge) 1:30 News 1:40 ABC News WLYH 15-Lancaster/WSBA 43-York (CBS) 7:00 (15 only) Farm, Home & Garden 7:30 (15 only) Bugs Bunny & Friends 8:00 Sylvester & Tweety 8:30 Clue Club 9:00 Bugs Bunny/Road Runner 10:00 Tarzan 10:30 Shazam!/Isis 11:30 Ark II noon Fat Albert 12:30 Way Out Games 1:00 Hudson Brothers 1:30 Good News 2:00 Movie "The Road to Denver" 3:30 Andy Griffith 4:00 Pop! Goes the Country (guests Ronnie Milsap, La Costa, and Three of a Kind) 4:30 CBS Sports Spectacular 6:00 (15) Music Hall America (host Johnny Rodriguez/guests Mickey Newbury, Jack Blanchard,

Misty Morgan, Kelly Garrett, Don Williams, and Willie Tyler & Lester) 6:00 (43) 30 Minutes 6:30 (43) Johnny Majors (Pittsburgh football) 7:00 Hee Haw (same guests as 3) 8:00 Mary Tyler Moore 8:30 Bob Newhart 9:00 All in the Family 9:30 Alice 10:00 Carol Burnett 11:00 Peter Marshall (guests Paul Williams; Blood, Sweat & Tears; and Jonelle Allen) WPHL 17-Ind Philadelphia 6:30 Delaware Valley Forum 7:00 700 Club 8:30 Life Around Us 9:00 International Voice of Victory 9:30 Dr. Thea F. Jones 10:00 Papa Corazon 11:00 Overseas Mission (guest Asst Secretary of State, Inter-American Affairs Harry W. Shlaudeman) 11:30 Get Smart noon Family Affair 12:30 Movie "Hard-Boiled Mahoney" (bw) 2:00 Movie "Hercules, Samson and Ulysses" 3:30 Movie "The Time Travellers" 5:00 Wrestling 6:00 Space: 1999 7:00 Baa Baa Black Sheep 8:00 That Good Ole Nashville Music (guests Jeanne Pruett, Little David Wilkins, Johnny Gimble, and Ralph Sloan & the Tennessee Travelers) 8:30 Horse Racing 9:00 Movie "Butterfield 8" 11:15 Movie "Night Gallery" 1:20 700 Club (repeat of the morning airing) 2:50 Delaware Valley Forum WHP 21-CBS Harrisburg 7:00 Topic A 7:30 Flintstones 8:00 Sylvester & Tweety 8:30 Clue Club 9:00 Bugs Bunny/Road Runner 10:00 Tarzan 10:30 Shazam!/Isis 11:30 Ark II noon Fat Albert 12:30 Way Out Games 1:00 Famous Classic Tales "Davy Crockett on the Mississippi" 2:00 Last of the Wild 2:30 Hot Fudge "It's Not Easy Being a Kid" 3:00 Pro Football Playback 3:30 Champions (motorcycle racing from Warsaw) 4:30 CBS Sports Spectacular 6:00 News 6:30 CBS Evening News 7:00 Ara's Sports World (guest Kareem Abdul-Jabbar)

7:30 Andy Williams (guest Ben Vereen) 8:00 Mary Tyler Moore 8:30 Bob Newhart 9:00 All in the Family 9:30 Alice 10:00 Carol Burnett 11:00 News 11:30 Steve Allen's Laugh-Back (guests John Byner, Bill Daily, Bill Dana, Louis Nye, and Jayne Meadows both in studio and in clips from past Allen shows) 1:00 Sammy & Company (from Lake Tahoe with guests Eddy Arnold, Kreskin, and Darrow Igus) 2:30 News WTPA 27-ABC Harrisburg 8:00 Tom & Jerry/Great Grape Ape/Mumbly 9:00 Jabberjaw 9:30 Scooby-Doo/Dynomutt 10:30 Krofft Supershow noon Junior Almost Anything Goes (coaches Lesley Ann Warren, Abe Vigoda, and Avery Schreiber) 12:30 College Football Pre-Game 12:45 College Football: Michigan-Ohio State 4:00 College Football: USC-UCLA or Houston-Texas Tech 7:00 Lawrence Welk (Thanksgiving songs) 8:00 Holmes & Yoyo 8:30 What's Happening!! 9:00 Starsky & Hutch 10:00 Most Wanted 11:00 ABC News 11:15 Movie "Bringing Up Baby" (bw) WTAF 29-Ind Philadelphia 8:30 Human Community Media 9:00 Fun World 11:00 Get Down (guest B.B. King) noon Bowling 1:00 Wrestling 2:00 Movie "King of the Underwater World" 4:00 It's Here 4:30 NFL Game of the Week 5:00 Movie "Stagecoach" (bw) 7:10 Film: Lorne Greene narrates a film about horses' contribution to the modern world 7:30 Wild Kingdom 8:00 World of Survival 8:30 Porter Wagoner (guest Mark O'Conner) 9:00 Wilburn Brothers (guests Dave Dudley and Sammi Smith) 9:30 Country Carnival (guests include Nat Stuckey) 10:00 Rex Humbard 11:00 New Life Times 11:30 700 Club (guest Charlie Getty) WITF 33-PBS Hershey 4pm Black Perspective on the News 4:30 Woman 5:00 TV Garden Club 5:30 Wall Street Week 6:00 Washington Week in Review

6:30 World Press 7:00 Rebop 7:30 Once Upon a Classic "Heidi" (pt 1) 8:00 The Way It Was (Joe Louis and Tony "Two Ton" Galento look back at their 1939 world heavyweight title bout) 8:30 Live from Lincoln Center (guests Claudio Arrau and conductor Rafael Kubelik) 10:30 Movie "The World Changes" (bw) WKBS 48-Ind Philadelphia 10:30 Talk About Pictures (looks at the photographic works of Dean Martin, Jerry Lewis, President Harry S Truman, and Frank Sintara) 11:00 Friends of Man 11:30 Adventures of the Lone Ranger 1:00 Movie "The Incredible Two-Headed Transplant" 2:30 Movie "Yog-Monster from Space" 4:00 Movie "Thunder in the East" (bw) 6:00 Emergency One! 7:00 Star Trek 8:00 NBA: Sixers at Atlanta 10:00 TBA 10:30 Best of Groucho (bw) 11:00 Honeymooners (bw) 11:30 Movie "Charlie Chan in City of Darkness" (bw) Retro: Detroit/Toledo Sat, Nov 20, 1965 from TV Guide-Detroit edition WJBK 2-CBS Detroit 6:10 News 6:15 Farm Scene 6:30 Sunrise Semester "Age of Michaelangelo" 7:00 Captain Kangaroo 8:00 Happyland 9:00 Heckle & Jeckle (c) 9:30 Tennessee Tuxedo (c) 10:00 Mighty Mouse (c) 10:30 Linus the Lionhearted (c) 11:00 Tom & Jerry (c) 11:30 Quick Draw McGraw (c) noon Lone Ranger 12:30 Lassie 1:00 Sergeant Preston 1:30 Detroit Speaks 2:00 Report from Washington 2:15 America! (c) 2:45 Great Moments in Music 3:00 Battle Line 3:30 Flying Fisherman 4:00 NFL Countdown 5:00 Movie "Battle Circus" 6:30 Grand Ole Opry 7:00 Death Valley Days "The Great Turkey War" (c) 7:30 Jackie Gleason 8:30 Trials of O'Brien "Charlie Has All the Luck"

9:30 Loner "The Homecoming of Lemuel Stove" 10:00 Gunsmoke 11:00 News 11:15 Weather 11:20 Sports 11:25 Best of Hollywood "Scandal at Scourie" (c)/"Birth of the Blues" 3:00 News/Weather WWJ 4-NBC Detroit 7:00 Country Living 7:30 Bozo the Clown (c) 8:00 Milky's Party Time 9:00 Jetsons (c) 9:30 Atom Ant (c) 10:00 Secret Squirrel (c) 10:30 Underdog (c) 11:00 Top Cat (c) 11:30 Fury noon First Look (c/folk singer Oscar Brand in a trip through time to trace the evolution of words) 12:30 Exploring (c/Dr. Albert Hibbs looks at America's early days as an independent nation) 1:00 College Football: Ohio State-Michigan (c) 4:15 Telesports Digest 4:30 House Detective 5:00 George Pierrot (c) 5:55 S.L.A. Marshall 6:00 News 6:15 Weather 6:20 Sports 6:30 NBC News 7:00 At the Zoo (c) 7:30 Flipper (c) 8:00 I Dream of Jeannie "Djinn and Water" 8:30 Get Smart (c) 9:00 Saturday Night at the Movies "Please Don't Eat the Daisies" (c) 11:15 News 11:20 Sports 11:30 Weather 11:35 Sports 11:45 Tonight Show (c/guests Kaye Ballard, Buddy Greco, Milbourne Christopher, Adam Keefe, and Milton Berle's Royal Quartet) 1:15 Beat the Champ 1:45 News/Weather WXYZ 7-ABC Detroit 6:30 Americans at Work 6:45 Wheelsville, USA 7:00 Man & Continent "A Time of Ice" 7:30 Junior Sports Club 8:00 Crusade for Christ 8:30 House of Fashion 9:00 Clutch Cargo 9:30 Courageous Cat 10:00 Shenanigans 10:30 Beatles (c) 11:00 Casper (c) 11:30 Porky Pig (c)

noon Bugs Bunny (c) 12:30 Milton the Monster (c) 1:00 Hoppity Hooper (c) 1:30 American Bandstand (guests Gale Gordon, and the Miracles) 2:30 Club 1270 (refers to WXYZ's sister radio station, which became WXYT in 1984) 3:00 Detroit Wrestling 3:30 Big Show "Cult of the Cobra" 5:00 ABC Wide World of Sports: USAF Fighter-Interceptor Rocketry Meet/Cassius Clay-Floyd Patterson preview 6:30 Wyatt Earp "Let's Hang Curly Bill" 7:00 ABC Scope "Storm Over Vietnam" (discussing recent anti-war protests with guests Frank Empak (president of National Co-ordinating Committee to End the War in Vietnam), Jerry Rubin (who led the protests at UCal-Berkeley), and Bettina Aptheker (Berkeley student)) 7:30 Shindig (first of 2 shows from Hawaii with guests Tommy Sands, Donna Loren, Ian Whitcomb, Len Barry, the Shindogs, and Bobby Sherman) 8:00 King Family (Thanksgiving songs) 8:30 Lawrence Welk (c/ditto) 9:30 Hollywood Palace (c/host Bing Crosby welcomes Diahann Carroll, John Bubbles, Charlie Manna, the Kessler Twins, Michael the Waiter (who's actually a juggler), Desmond & Marks, and the Black Theater of Prague) 10:30 World Adventure "Holiday in Spain" 11:00 News/Sports 11:25 Premiere Theater "Night Passage" (c)/"The Exile" 3:00 Big Story 3:30 Wire Service 4:30 Byline: Steve Wilson 5:00 My Hero CKLW 9-CBC Windsor Possible schedule changes...the CFL Eastern Final may air at 2 if the Western Finals have been settled and Game 3 (if necessary) of Winnipeg-Calgary may air at 4 10:00 Wizard of Oz 10:30 Poopdeck Paul's Sports 11:00 Windsor Wrestling noon Nature of Things "Animals and Food" 12:30 Country Calendar 1:00 CFL Eastern Final: Ottawa-Hamilton, Game 2 (Hamilton would take the series with scores of 18-13 and 17-7 (total score 35-20), and then beat Winnipeg 22-16 in Toronto on the 27th for the Grey Cup) 4:00 Outlaws "The Braithwaite Brothers:" 5:00 Lieutenant "Fall from a White Horse" 6:00 Swingin' Time (guests Cannibal & the Headhunters) 7:00 War Zone "Pork Chop Hill" 8:30 Hockey Night in Canada: Chicago-Toronto 10:15 Juliette (guests Los Vegas) 10:45 Sports Unlimited 11:00 CBC News 11:10 Around Town 11:20 Nightcap 12:20 Window on the World WTOL 11-CBS/NBC Toledo 7:00 Sunrise Semester "Age of Michaelangelo" 7:30 Cartoon Parade 8:30 Peter Potamus 9:00 Heckle & Jeckle (c)

9:30 Tennessee Tuxedo (c) 10:00 Mighty Mouse (c) 10:30 Linus the Lionhearted (c) 11:00 Tom & Jerry (c) 11:30 Mr. T's Saturday Show 12:30 College Guide 1:00 College Football: Ohio State-Michigan (c) 4:15 Sports Clips 4:30 Sea Hunt 5:00 Jungle Theater "Jungle Book" 7:00 Barn Dance 7:30 Jackie Gleason 8:30 Get Smart (c) 9:00 Saturday Night at the Movies "Please Don't Eat the Daisies" (c) 11:15 News 11:25 Sports 11:30 Hollywood Spectacular "Phffft!" WSPD 13-ABC/NBC Toledo 7:55 Farm Report 8:00 Christopher Program 8:30 Family Living 9:00 Understanding Our World 9:30 Davey & Goliath 10:00 Shenaningans 10:30 Beatles (c) 11:00 Casper (c) 11:30 Porky Pig (c) noon Sergeant Preston 12:30 Championship Bowling 1:30 Wrestling 2:30 Movie "Quantez" 4:00 All-Ohio Bowling: Bill Beach and Bill Ryan square off in Columbus 5:00 ABC Wide World of Sports 6:30 Jimmy Dean (guests Forrest Tucker, Jody Miller, and Homer & Jethro) 7:30 Flipper (c) 8:00 King Family 8:30 Lawrence Welk (c) 9:30 Hollywood Palace (c) 10:30 Farmer's Daughter "A Sonny Honeymoon" (c) 11:00 News 11:10 Movie "Beat the Devil" WKBD 50-Ind Detroit noon College Football 12:30 Notre Dame Football 1:00 AFL Highlights 1:30 Speedway International 2:00 Championship Wrestling 3:00 Roller Skating 4:00 Cowtown Rodeo 4:30 High School Football: Pontiac Central-Pontiac Northern 6:30 Movie "Mystery of Mr. Wong" 7:45 Hockey Preview 7:55 NHL: Detroit-Boston 10:30 Action Scoreboard

11:00 College Football: Michigan State-Notre Dame WTVS 56-Edu Detroit no Saturday programming Retro: Kentucky Saturday, November 18, 1978 From TV Guide, Kentucky Edition: WAVE Ch. 3 Louisville (NBC) 6:30 University Of Louisville Gallery 7 AM Farming With Jack Crowner 7:30 Kentucky Afield 8 AM Galaxy Goofups 8:30 Fantastic Four 9 AM Godzilla Super 90 10:30 Daffy Duck 11 AM Yogi's Space Race 12 N Fabulous Funnies 12:30 Flintstones 1 PM Batman (guest villain: the Joker) 1:30 Little Rascals 1:45 Little Rascals 2 PM Movie: "The Comedians" (not a comedy, but a story of people caught in "Papa Doc" Duvalier's reign of terror in Haiti--Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton star) 4:30 Nashville On The Road (guest: Johnny Russell) 5 PM Mel Tillis Time (guests: James Drury, Lynn Anderson, the Singing McSpeak Brothers) 5:30 Donna Fargo 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News (anchor not given, Castleman and Podrazik say it was John Hart) 7 PM Cross-Wits (Jamie Farr, Alice Ghostley, Lyle Waggoner, Sammy Davis Jr.'s wife Altovise) 7:30 Emphasis 8 PM CHiPs 9 PM Frankie And Annette: The Second Time Around 10 PM Lifeline (follows Roger Freeman, chief of emergency obstetrics at Long Beach, CA, Memorial Medical Center) 11 PM News 11:30 Saturday Night Live (Carrie Fisher is hostess; Dan Aykroyd and John Belushi appear as the Blues Brothers) 1 AM Don Kirshner's Rock Concert (highlights of the 1977-78 season: Peter Allen, Chuck Berry, Stephen Bishop, Andy Gibb, the Brothers Johnson, Kansas, Bob Marley and the Wailers, the Ohio Players, the Spinners) WLWT Ch. 5 Cincinnati (NBC) 6:30 Better Way 7 AM U.S. Farm Report 7:30 Hot Fudge

8 AM Galaxy Goofups 8:30 Fantastic Four 9 AM Godzilla Super 90 10:30 Daffy Duck 11 AM Yogi's Space Race 12 N Fabulous Funnies 12:30 Bay City Rollers 1 PM Lone Ranger 1:30 Our Gang 1:45 Little Rascals 2 PM To Tell The Truth (Kitty Carlisle, Bill Cullen, Peggy Cass, Gene Shalit) 2:30 Movie: "Colossus...The Forbin Project" 4:30 Do-It-Yourself With Homer Formby 5 PM Kinsfolk Korner (appears to be a local music show) 5:30 Sha Na Na (guest: Chubby Checker) 6 PM News 6:30 Consumer Buyline 7 PM Lawrence Welk (Thanksgiving show) 8 PM CHiPs 9 PM Frankie And Annette: The Second Time Around 10 PM Lifeline 11 PM News 11:30 Saturday Night Live 1 AM Dick Tracy 1:30 Movie: "The World Of Suzie Wong" 3:30 Movie: "Revenge Is My Destiny" WCPO Ch. 9 Cincinnati (CBS) 5:55 Farm News 6 AM Sunrise Semester: "American Character" 6:30 Call The Doctor (topic: diabetes) 7:30 Mayberry R.F.D. 8 AM All-New Popeye Hour 9 AM Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Show 10:30 Tarzan And The Super 7 12 N Space Academy 12:30 Fat Albert And The Cosby Kids 1 PM Movie: "Beneath The 12-Mile Reef" 3 PM Movie: "Gunfight At Comanche Creek" 4:30 CBS Sports Spectacular (World Series of Poker, with Gabe Kaplan as a participant; NHRA World Finals; Part 6 of the World's Strongest Man competition) 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News (Bob Schieffer) 7 PM Candid Camera 7:30 Please Stand By (a sitcom about television on the cheap) 8 PM CBS Movie: "The Bible" 11 PM News 11:30 Movie: "Not With My Wife, You Don't!" 2 AM Movie: "Daring Game" 4 AM Here And Now 4:30 News WHAS Ch. 11 Louisville (CBS)

7:30 That Girl (Danny, Tony, and Terre Thomas join Marlo in this episode.) 8 AM All-New Popeye Hour 9 AM Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Show 10:30 Tarzan And The Super 7 12 N Space Academy 12:30 Fat Albert And The Cosby Kids 1 PM Bugs Bunny And Friends 1:30 30 Minutes (report on anorexia nervosa, a condition still quite common; Christopher Glenn and Betsy Aaron anchor) 2 PM Daktari 3 PM Women's Tennis: Colgate Women's Championships, singles final (live) 4:30 Horse Race: Kentucky Jockey Club Stakes, live from Churchill Downs 5 PM Bonanza 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Hee Haw (guests: Mel Tillis, Roy Head, Gerald Smith) 8 PM CBS Movie: "The Bible" 11 PM News 11:30 College Football: Florida-Kentucky (taped) 2 AM News (time approximate) WKRC Ch. 12 Cincinnati (ABC) 6 AM Kids Are People Too (50th-anniversary salute to Mickey Mouse, the subject of tomorrow's "Wonderful World Of Disney" on NBC) 7:30 Partridge Family 8 AM Scooby's All-Stars 9:30 Challenge Of The Superfriends 11 AM Fangface 11:30 All New Pink Panther Show 12 N Bowling 12:30 College Football Pregame Show 12:45 College Football: Teams TBA 4 PM College Football: USC-UCLA (subject to change by region, time approximate) 7 PM Hee Haw (time approximate) 8 PM Battle Of The Network Stars: Captains are Gabe Kaplan (ABC), McLean Stevenson (CBS), Robert Conrad (NBC). 10 PM Fantasy Island (guests: Troy Donahue, Connie Stevens, Fred Grandy, Barbi Benton) 11 PM News 11:30 Movie: "The Beguiled" 1:35 Movie: "Those Fantastic Flying Fools" 3:35 Movie: "The Lost World" WKPC Ch. 15 Louisville (PBS) 12 N Cinematic Eye: "Hobson's Choice," with Charles Laughton, from '54 12:30 Movie: "Hobson's Choice" (after an analysis on "Cinematic

Eye," the movie is run in its entirety) 2:20 Films 2:30 Psychology On Film 3 PM Nova (how a form of radiation detected by radio astronomers may offer clues to the universe's origin) 4 PM Crockett's Victory Garden 4:30 Julia Child & Company 5 PM Consumer Survival Kit 5:30 Burglar-Proofing 6 PM Other School System (don't know what this is) 6:30 By-Line 7 PM Adams Chronicles (the controversial 1824 election in which Henry Clay threw his support to John Quincy Adams in exchange for the Secretaryship of State--William Daniels plays John Quincy Adams) 8 PM Once Upon A Classic: "Dominic," Part 7 8:30 Movie: "Bonjour Tristesse" 10:30 Soundstage (Ry Cooder performs jazz) 11:30 Movie: "The Belles Of St. Trinian's" WLEX Ch. 18 Lexington (NBC) 6:30 Ag-USA 7 AM U.S. Farm Report 7:30 Dusty's Treehouse 8 AM Galaxy Goofups 8:30 Fantastic Four 9 AM Godzilla Super 90 10:30 Daffy Duck 11 AM Yogi's Space Race 12 N Wrestling 1 PM Extension Profile 1:30 Bluegrass Personalities 2 PM Public Affairs 2:30 Movie: "Paradise, Hawaiian Style" (Elvis Presley) 4:15 Movie: "All In A Night's Work" (Dean Martin, Shirley MacLaine) 6 PM Porter Wagoner (guest: Lois Johnson) 6:30 NBC News 7 PM Lawrence Welk 8 PM CHiPs 9 PM Frankie And Annette: The Second Time Around 10 PM Lifeline 11 PM News 11:30 Saturday Night Live 1 AM Star Trek WXIX Ch. 19 Cincinnati (Ind.) 6:15 Perspective 7 AM Bugs And Porky 7:30 Woody Woodpecker 8 AM Flintstones 8:30 Brady Kids

9 AM Tom And Jerry 9:30 Popeye 10 AM Lost In Space 11 AM Laurel And Hardy 11:30 Movie: "News Hounds" (the Bowery Boys) 1 PM Movie: "War Arrow" 2:30 Movie: "Sherlock Holmes Faces Death" 4 PM Movie: "Live A Little, Love A Little" (Elvis Presley) 6 PM Movie: "Lili" (Leslie Caron) 7:30 Movie: "Gypsy Colt" (except for the horse, any resemblance to "Lassie Come Home" is purely intentional) 9 PM Porter Wagoner (guest: Lois Johnson) 9:30 Marty Robbins' Spotlight (Bill Anderson and Ralph Emery salute Eddie Rabbitt) 10 PM Nashville On The Road (Freddy Fender sings-what else?--"Wasted Days And Wasted Nights") 10:30 That Nashville Music (Cal Smith, Johnny Russell, Johnny Gimble) 11 PM Juke-Box (Twiggy) 11:30 College Football: Florida-Kentucky (taped) WKYT Ch. 27 Lexington (CBS) 7 AM Movie: "Trail Of Kit Carson" (Allan "Rocky" Lane, the voice of Mister Ed, stars in this one.) 8 AM All-New Popeye Hour 9 AM Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Show 10:30 Tarzan And The Super 7 12 N Space Academy 12:30 Fat Albert And The Cosby Kids 1 PM Ark II 1:30 30 Minutes 2 PM Kidsworld (guest: Frankie Valli, then starring in "Grease") 2:30 Tobacco Talk 3 PM Women's Tennis (see Ch. 11) 4:30 CBS Sports Spectacular (see Ch. 9) 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Hee Haw 8 PM CBS Movie: "The Bible" 11 PM News 11:30 College Football: Florida-Kentucky (taped) WLKY Ch. 32 Louisville (ABC) 7 AM King Kong (the 1960s Rankin-Bass series) 7:30 Marlo And The Magic Movie Machine 8 AM Scooby's All-Stars 9:30 Challenge Of The Superfriends 11 AM Fangface 11:30 All-New Pink Panther Show 12 N ABC Weekend Special: "Soup For President" 12:30 College Football Pregame Show

12:45 College Football: Teams TBA 4 PM College Football: USC-UCLA, may vary by region (time approximate) 7 PM Lawrence Welk (time approximate) 8 PM Battle Of The Network Stars 10 PM Fantasy Island 11 PM News 11:30 Movie: "The Midnight Man" 2:30 ABC News (Sylvia Chase/Tom Jarriel) WBLG Ch. 62 (WTVQ Ch. 36) Lexington (ABC) 7 AM Hot Fudge 7:30 The Archies 8 AM Scooby's All-Stars 9:30 Challenge Of The Superfriends 11 AM Fangface 11:30 All-New Pink Panther Show 12 N ABC Weekend Special 12:30 College Football Pregame Show 12:45 College Football: Teams TBA 4 PM College Football: USC-UCLA (may vary by region, time approximate) 7 PM Jacques Cousteau (show about penguins, time approximate) 8 PM Battle Of The Network Stars 10 PM Fantasy Island 11 PM News 11:15 ABC News 11:30 Movie: "Newman's Law" (not Paul) 1:30 Movie: "Strait-Jacket" WDRB Ch. 41 Louisville (Ind.) 7 AM New Shapes: Education 7:30 Gospel Singing Jubilee (the Florida Boys, the Dixie Echoes, the Speer Family) 8 AM Underdog 8:30 Jetsons 9 AM PTL Club (Elizabeth Sherrill, editor of religious books, is guest) 11 AM Wrestling 12 N Movie: "The Bowery Boys Meet The Monsters" 1:20 Movie: "Tarzan Goes To India" 3:15 Movie: "Bad Men Of Missouri" 4:40 Movie: "Big Foot--Man Or Beast?" 6:30 Juke-Box (guests: Rod Stewart, Sutherland Brothers & Quiver, Alvin Stardust, Be-Bop Deluxe) 7 PM Hot City (guests: Carol Douglas and Bob McGilpin) 8 PM Dolly (guests: Jim Ed Brown and Helen Cornelius) 8:30 Marty Robbins' Spotlight (Minnie Pearl salutes Mel Tillis) 9 PM Porter Wagoner (guests: the Hinsons) 9:30 Wilburn Brothers (guests: the Cates Sisters) 10 PM Rap 10:30 Herald Of Truth (topic: "Is Baptism Really Important?") 11 PM 700 Club

12:30 Warren Roberts (gospel music) 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) 10 AM Cinematic Eye: "Hobson's Choice" 10:30 Movie: "Hobson's Choice" 12:20 Films 12:30 New Shapes: Education 1 PM GED Series 1:30 GED Series 2 PM Guten Tag (German lessons) 2:30 Teaching Life Science 3 PM Lilias, Yoga And You 3:30 Crockett's Victory Garden 4 PM Julia Child & Company 4:30 Antiques 5 PM Pro Soccer 6 PM Nova 7 PM Once Upon A Classic ("Dominic," Part 5) 7:30 Congressional Outlook (topic: should U.S. arms sales be limited abroad?) 8 PM Local Government: Alternatives 9 PM The Long Search (topic: Zulu Zionism, an outgrowth of Christianity in Africa) 10 PM Scenes From A Marriage (conclusion, with Liv Ullmann) 11 PM Monty Python's Flying Circus sign off 11:30 PM Retro: Atlanta/Chattanooga/Macon Thursday, November 19, 1964 From TV Guide, Georgia (Atlanta) Edition: WSB Ch. 2 Atlanta (NBC) 6:30 Bible Seminar 7 AM Today (guests: singer-composer Oscar Brown Jr.; bullfighter Luis Miguel Dominguin (who once left Groucho Marx speechless when he kissed him on both cheeks following his appearance on "What's My Line?"); a Barbara Walters report on the Ziegfeld Girls) 9 AM Today In Georgia 9:30 Call Mr. D (syndicated title for David Janssen's Richard Diamond series) 10 AM Make Room For Daddy 10:30 What's This Song? (Wink Martindale's first game show; guests: Sal Mineo and June Lockhart) (COLOR) 10:55 NBC News (Edwin Newman) 11 AM Concentration 11:30 Jeopardy! (COLOR) 12 N News 12:15 Movie: "Escape To Burma" (COLOR) 2 PM 2 Bits

2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 3:30 You Don't Say! (guests: Gogi Grant and Harvey Lembeck) (COLOR) 4 PM Match Game (guests: Joe Garagiola, Jane Withers) 4:25 News, Weather 4:30 Popeye Club 5:30 Huckleberry Hound 6 PM Newsroom (Ray Moore, later at WAGA) 6:30 Huntley-Brinkley Report 7 PM Tales Of Wells Fargo 7:30 Daniel Boone 8:30 Dr. Kildare 9:30 Hazel (COLOR) 10 PM Kraft Suspense Theatre (Ch. 2 reran these for years under the title "Suspense Theatre".) (COLOR) 11 PM Newsroom (Fred Briggs) 11:30 Tonight Show (guest: Mel Torme) (COLOR) 1 AM 2 Bits WRCB Ch. 3 Chattanooga (NBC) 7 AM Today 9 AM Today With Morris 9:30 Science 10 AM Make Room For Daddy 10:30 What's This Song? (COLOR) 10:55 NBC News 11 AM Concentration 11:30 Jeopardy! (COLOR) 12 N Say When! (COLOR) 12:30 Truth Or Consequences (COLOR) 12:55 NBC News (Ray Scherer) 1 PM WRCB Bulletin 1:30 Let's Make A Deal (COLOR) 1:55 NBC News (Floyd Kalber) 2 PM Loretta Young 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 3:30 You Don't Say! (COLOR) 4 PM Match Game 4:25 News (presumably NBC, no anchor given) 4:30 Mickey Mouse Club 5 PM Lawman 5:30 Rifleman 6 PM News, Sports, Weather 6:30 Huntley-Brinkley Report 7 PM Highway Patrol 7:30 Daniel Boone 8:30 Dr. Kildare 9:30 Hazel (COLOR) 10 PM Kraft Suspense Theatre (COLOR) 11 PM Bulletin 11:30 Tonight Show (COLOR) WAGA Ch. 5 Atlanta (CBS)

6:10 Daily Word 6:15 Sunrise Semester: "Mathematics In Western Culture" 6:45 Morehouse College 7 AM News, Weather 7:15 Jake Hess And The Imperials (gospel music) 7:30 Cartoon Clubhouse 7:45 King And Odie 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM B'wana Don 9:30 December Bride 10 AM CBS News (Mike Wallace) 10:30 Movie: "Dangerous Female" 11:55 Weather 12 N Love Of Life 12:25 News (local) 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 12:45 Guiding Light 1 PM Best Of Groucho 1:30 As The World Turns 2 PM Password (guests: Lauren Bacall, Sydney Chaplin--Charlie's son) 2:30 Art Linkletter's House Party (Art shows films of New Zealand's Maori dancers.) 3 PM To Tell The Truth (panel: Ann Sheridan, Phyllis Newman, Barry Nelson, John Henry Faulk) 3:25 CBS News (Douglas Edwards) 3:30 Edge Of Night 4 PM Secret Storm 4:30 Dooley & Co. (creature-feature host Bestoink Dooley introduces the Three Stooges and cartoons) 5 PM Bachelor Father 5:30 Jack Benny Daytime Show (delay from 4:30) 6 PM Panorama News 6:30 Amos 'n' Andy (incredibly, Ch. 5 did not carry Walter Cronkite, but then neither did WCPO Cincinnati) 7 PM Zane Grey Theater 7:30 Munsters (Fred Gwynne plays Herman and his twin brother Charlie) 8 PM Perry Mason 9 PM Password (guests: Steve Allen and Jayne Meadows) 9:30 Baileys Of Balboa 10 PM Robert Goulet Special (guests: Leslie Caron, Terry-Thomas-the British comedian, Ed Sullivan, Peter Gennaro, Earl Wilson-interestingly, six years later ABC nearly gave Goulet the Friday 10 PM (ET) slot but Tom Jones got it instead) 11 PM Panorama News 11:30 Movie: "The Hard Man" WGTV Ch. 8 Athens/Atlanta (NET) 6:30 What's New 7 PM Growing South 7:30 Film: "Ambassadors With Wings" (the International Air Cadet Exchange)

8 PM Open Road (travel) 8:30 University News 8:45 Focal Point (topic: "Your Child's Grades") 9 PM Lamp Unto My Feet (pre-empted on Ch. 5 Sun 10 AM) 9:30 Face Of Sweden 10 PM As Fairs Go (first of three reports on the '64 New York World's Fair) sign off 10:30 PM WTVC Ch. 9 Chattanooga (ABC) 7:45 Upward Look 8 AM Jack LaLanne 8:30 Art Tele-Class 9 AM Funtime 10 AM Hennesey 10:30 Price Is Right (celebrity guest: Durward Kirby) 11 AM Get The Message (guests: Orson Bean, Tom Ewell, Selma Diamond, Jayne Mansfield) 11:30 Missing Links (guests: Goodson-Todman stalwarts Nipsey Russell, Dorothy Kilgallen, Tom Poston) 12 N Father Knows Best 12:30 Tennessee Ernie Ford Show (guest: Pat Carroll) 1 PM Movie: "The Winning Team" (Ronald Reagan as baseball great Grover Cleveland Alexander) 2:30 Day In Court 2:55 ABC News (Marlene Sanders) 3 PM General Hospital 3:30 Young Marrieds 4 PM Trailmaster (the Ward Bond "Wagon Train"s 5 PM Bob Brandy 5:30 Leave It To Beaver 6 PM Laramie 7 PM ABC News (Ron Cochran) 7:15 Newswatch 7:30 Flintstones (COLOR) 8 PM Donna Reed 8:30 My Three Sons (last season on ABC) 9 PM Bewitched (Maurice meets Darrin for the first time and is incensed to learn that Darrin is a mortal.) 9:30 Peyton Place 10 PM Jimmy Dean (guests: Carmel Quinn, Jerry Vale, comic instrumentalists Buck and Smitty) 11 PM ABC News (Bob Young) 11:10 Local News, Weather 11:15 Les Crane WAII (WXIA) Ch. 11 Atlanta (ABC) 8 AM Cartoon Carnival 9 AM Movie: "The Four Poster" (Part 1) 10:25 News, Weather 10:30 Price Is Right 11 AM Get The Message 11:30 Missing Links

12 N Father Knows Best 12:30 Tennessee Ernie Ford Show 1 PM Girl Talk (guests: Dody Goodman, Jean Lee, Harriet Goldstein; hostess: Virginia Graham) 1:30 Susie (Ann Sothern's "Private Secretary") 2 PM My Little Margie 2:30 Day In Court 2:55 ABC News 3 PM General Hospital 3:30 Young Marrieds 4 PM Trailmaster 5 PM The Rebel 5:30 Lawman 6 PM Leave It To Beaver 6:30 Rifleman 7 PM News Watch (two members of the team will be at Ch. 11 into the "Eyewitness News" era of 1969-72: Linda Faye Carson (weather) and Art Collier (sports)) 7:30 Flintstones (COLOR) 8 PM Donna Reed 8:30 My Three Sons 9 PM Bewitched 9:30 Peyton Place 10 PM Jimmy Dean 11 PM News Watch 11:30 Les Crane WDEF Ch. 12 Chattanooga (CBS) 6:55 Daily Word 7 AM Sunrise Semester 7:30 Dixie Singin' 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Fit For Living 9:30 Woman's Whirl 10 AM CBS News 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 Lunch 'n Fun 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 Movie: "War Of The Colossal Beast" 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News (Walter Cronkite) 7 PM Have Gun, Will Travel

7:30 Munsters 8 PM Perry Mason 9 PM Password 9:30 Baileys Of Balboa 10 PM Robert Goulet Special 11 PM News, Weather 11:20 Movie: "The Giant Leeches" WMAZ Ch. 13 Macon (CBS/NBC/ABC) 6:15 Sunrise Semester 6:45 Debbie Drake 7 AM Cartoons 7:30 Lone Ranger 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Rifleman 9:30 Imperials (Jake Hess) 9:45 Testament Time 10 AM CBS News 10:30 I Love Lucy 11 AM Andy Griffith 11:30 Real McCoys 12 N Love Of Life 12:25 CBS News 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 12:45 Guiding Light 1 PM Almanac 1:15 Date With Del 1:30 As The World Turns 2 PM Password 2:30 Art Linkletter's House Party 3 PM To Tell The Truth 3:25 CBS News 3:30 Edge Of Night 4 PM Secret Storm 4:30 Doris Martin (women's show, and the name of Doris Day's character on her 1968-73 sitcom) 5 PM Cheyenne 6 PM News, Sports, Weather 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Littlest Hobo 7:30 Munsters 8 PM Perry Mason 9 PM Car 54, Where Are You? 9:30 Baileys Of Balboa 10 PM Robert Goulet Special 11 PM 11th Hour Report 11:30 Laramie Retro: Kentucky Wednesday, November 18, 1970 From TV Guide, Kentucky Edition: WAVE Ch. 3 Louisville (NBC) 6:45 Today In Louisville

7 AM Today (host Hugh Downs; guest Shirley MacLaine discusses her autobiography "Don't Fall Off The Mountain") 9 AM Morning Show 9:55 News 10 AM Dinah's Place (guest: Forrest Tucker) 10:30 Concentration 11 AM Sale Of The Century 11:30 Hollywood Squares (guests: John Davidson, Joanne Dru--Peter Marshall's sister, Mickey Rooney, Dick Sargent, Karen Valentine, Paul Lynde) 12 N Jeopardy! 12:30 Who, What Or Where 12:55 NBC News (Floyd Kalber) 1 PM Mike Douglas (co-host Johnny Mathis, guests Jimmy Dean and Bill Russell) 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 Movie: "Wild And Wonderful" 5:30 Flintstones 6 PM News, Weather And Sports 6:30 NBC News (the three-anchor format) 7 PM Movie: "The Birds" (pre-empts "The Men From Shiloh") 9 PM Kraft Music Hall (Raymond Burr, Don Adams, and David Janssen satirize detective shows.) 10 PM San Francisco International Airport 11 PM News, Weather And Sports 11:30 Tonight Show (guests: Walter Matthau, Kaye Ballard, Billy De Wolfe, Norm Crosby) 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 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 Phil Donahue 5 PM Star Trek 6 PM News, Weather And Sports 6:30 NBC News 7 PM News, Weather And Sports 7:30 The Men From Shiloh (new name for "The Virginian")

9 PM Kraft Music Hall 10 PM San Francisco International Airport 11 PM News, Weather And Sports 11:30 Tonight Show WCPO Ch. 9 Cincinnati (CBS) 5:50 Farm News 6 AM Sunrise Semester: "Urban Man" 6:30 Young World 7 AM CBS News (John Hart) 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Uncle Al 10:30 Beverly Hillbillies (guest: Julie Newmar) 11 AM Search For Tomorrow (delay from 12:30 PM) 11:30 Love Of Life (at last--a period of time when Ch. 9 carried it) 12 N News, Weather And Sports 12:30 Nick Clooney (Werner Klemperer is a guest all week; also, stars of CBS soaps; today it's Edward Power and Valeka Gray of "Love Is A Many Splendored Thing") 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: "Never On Sunday" 6 PM News, Weather And Sports 6:30 CBS News (Walter Cronkite) 7 PM Truth Or Consequences 7:30 Storefront Lawyers 8:30 The Governor And J.J. 9 PM Medical Center 10 PM Hawaii Five-O 11 PM News, Weather And Sports 11:30 Merv Griffin (guest: Bubba Smith) 1 AM This Is The Life 1:30 Local News WHAS Ch. 11 Louisville (CBS) 6:30 Sunrise Semester 7 AM CBS News 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Beat The Clock (Jack Narz, a Louisville native) 9:30 Edge Of Night 10 AM The Lucy Show (guest: Wally Cox) 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 1:30 As The World Turns

2 PM Love Is A Many Splendored Thing 2:30 Guiding Light 3 PM Secret Storm 3:30 My Favorite Martian 4 PM Gomer Pyle, USMC 4:30 Perry Mason 5:30 Dick Van Dyke 6 PM News, Weather And Sports 7 PM CBS News 7:30 Storefront Lawyers 8:30 The Governor And J.J. 9 PM Movie: "Kissin' Cousins" (Elvis Presley) 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Merv Griffin WKRC Ch. 12 Cincinnati (ABC) 7 AM James Brown Singers (somehow I don't think this connects to the "hardest-working man in show business") 7:30 Bullwinkle (delay from Sun 11 AM) 8 AM Skipper Ryle And Bozo 9 AM Movie: "Kiss Them For Me" (Part 1) 9:50 Fashions In Sewing 10 AM Dinah's Place (pre-empted on Ch. 5) 10:30 Galloping Gourmet 11 AM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 That Girl (guest: Larry Storch) 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 Munsters 4 PM Dark Shadows 4:30 Big Valley 5:30 David Frost (guests: Tony Randall, Burl Ives, Mexican violinist Henryk Szeryng, George Gurr-"Johnny Horizon" of the Department of the Interior) 7 PM News, Weather And Sports 7:30 Courtship Of Eddie's Father (guest: Will Geer) 8 PM Make Room For Granddaddy (guest: Frank Sinatra) 8:30 Room 222 9 PM Johnny Cash (guests: Lorne Greene, Cass Elliot, Kris Kristofferson) 10 PM Dan August (would last one season on ABC, then star Burt Reynolds' Playgirl pictures would make him a hot property, and the ratings for the CBS reruns in 1973 would go through the roof) 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Dick Cavett (guests: Deborah Kerr and husband, writer Peter Viertel; Hal Linden, then starring on Broadway in "The Rothschilds"; Father Theodore Hesburgh, president of Notre Dame)

1 AM News, Weather, Sports WKPC Ch. 15 Louisville (PBS) 7:30 Sesame Street 8:35 In-school programs 2:30 In-school programs end, no listings until 4 PM 4 PM Sesame Street 5 PM What's New 5:30 Art Studio, Too 6 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 6:30 What's New 7 PM Kenneth Clark (interview with the creator and host of "Civilisation") 7:30 Art Of Football (topic: pass defenses) 8 PM Julia Child 8:30 Civilisation (study of Rome at the time of the Protestant Reformation--and having taught Western Civ, I can tell you the political situation wasn't pretty) 9:30 Nader Report (Ralph Nader looks at the harmful effects, if any, of food additives such as MSG) 10 PM Homewood (a program of black music: black gospel and African music with folk singer Letta Mbutu) sign off 11 PM WLEX Ch. 18 Lexington (NBC) 7 AM Today 9 AM Steve Allen (co-host Selma Diamond; guests: Helen O'Connell, Cornel Wilde, Eugene Schoenfeld (underground columnist "Dr. HIPpocrates," whom I remember seeing on "To Tell The Truth"), Shadoe Stevens) 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 Words And Music 2 PM Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 3:30 Bright Promise 4 PM Somerset (still called Another World/Somerset) 4:30 Flintstones 5 PM Timmy And Lassie 5:30 News, Weather And Sports 6:30 NBC News 7 PM That Good Ole Nashville Music 7:30 The Men From Shiloh 9 PM Kraft Music Hall 10 PM San Francisco International Airport 11 PM News, Weather, Sports

11:30 Tonight Show 1 AM Take Five WXIX Ch. 19 Cincinnati (Ind.) 2:30 Movie Game (guests: Jack Cassidy, Joseph Cotten, Carolyn Jones, Ricardo Montalban, Patricia Medina) 3 PM Larry Smith Puppets 3:30 Krazy Kat 4 PM Snuffy Smith/Beetle Bailey 4:30 Augie Doggie/Rocket Robin Hood (odd pairing) 5 PM Batman (Rudy Vallee as Lord Ffogg) 5:30 Patty Duke 6 PM Lost In Space 7 PM Flintstones 7:30 Movie: "The Inn Of The Sixth Happiness" 11 PM Can You Top This? (guests: Milton Berle, Morey Amsterdam, Henny Youngman) 11:30 Movie: "I'll Never Forget You" WKYT Ch. 27 Lexington (CBS) 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 Liberace with his mother Frances; Playboy fashion director Robert Green) 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: "Mara Of The Wilderness" 6 PM News, Weather And Sports 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Can You Top This? (same as Ch. 19) 7:30 Storefront Lawyers 8:30 The Governor And J.J. 9 PM Medical Center 10 PM Hawaii Five-O 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Movie: "The Black Orchid" WLKY Ch. 32 Louisville (ABC) 7:30 Bob Terry & His Pirates 8 AM Real McCoys 8:30 Hazel 9 AM Movie: "Back To Bataan"

11 AM Bewitched 11:30 That Girl 12 N News, Weather And Sports 12:30 A World Apart 1 PM All My Children 1:30 Let's Make A Deal 2 PM Newlywed Game 2:30 Dating Game 3 PM General Hospital 3:30 Galloping Gourmet 4 PM Dark Shadows 4:30 Batman (guest villainess: the Catwoman) 5 PM Gilligan's Island 5:30 News, Weather And Sports 6 PM Movie: "Carry On, Nurse" 7:30 Courtship Of Eddie's Father 8 PM Make Room For Granddaddy 8:30 Room 222 9 PM Johnny Cash 10 PM Big Valley 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:30 Movie: "The Horse Soldiers" WBLG Ch. 62 (WTVQ Ch. 36) Lexington (ABC) 8 AM Chet Huntley 8:05 News 8:30 Little Rascals 9 AM Romper Room 10 AM Bob Hope (reruns of the "Chrysler Theater" without, of course, Chrysler Corporation's commercials) 11 AM Movie Game (guests: Ernest Borgnine, John Byner, Jane Wyatt, Dana Wynter) 11:30 That Girl 12 N Bewitched 12:30 Dick Van Dyke 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 Gilligan's Island 5 PM Daniel Boone 6 PM News, Weather And Sports 6:30 I Love Lucy 7 PM Hazel 7:30 Courtship Of Eddie's Father 8 PM Make Room For Granddaddy 8:30 Room 222 9 PM Johnny Cash 10 PM Dan August 11 PM News, Weather, Sports 11:15 Movie: "Watch On The Rhine"

E Kentucky Educational Television (WKZT/23 Elizabethtown, WKSO/29 Somerset, WKMR/38 Morehead, WKLE/46 Lexington, WKON/52 Owenton) 8:30 In-school programs 4:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 5 PM Sesame Street 6 PM Window On The Classroom 6:20 Calling All Consumers 6:25 Law Of The Land 6:30 Bridge With Jean Cox 7 PM Folk Guitar 7:30 TV High School 8 PM Julia Child 8:30 Civilisation 9:30 Nader Report 10 PM Realities: "The Mind Of Man" (how the brain can be affected by things such as lack of air, sleep, learning, and drugs such as LSD) sign off 11 PM Retro:Orlando/Daytona Beach/Melbourne, Wednesday, July 24, 1985 From The Daytona Beach News-Journal(Via Google News Archive) (Note:I did not list PBS affiliate WMFE Channel 24 and Religious Independent WIYE Channel 55) WESH Channel 2(NBC) 5:30 2's Country 6:00 NBC News At Sunrise 6:30 News 7:00 Today 9:00 Divorce Court 9:30 Love Connection 10:00 Silver Spoons 10:30 Sale Of The Century 11:00 Wheel Of Fortune 11:30 Scrabble 12:00 Midday 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1:00 Days Of Our Lives 2:00 Another World 3:00 Santa Barbara 4:00 Little House On The Prairie 5:00 Newlywed Game 5:30 People's Court 6:00 News 6:30 NBC News 7:00 Sale Of The Century 7:30 Entertainment Tonight 8:00 Highway To Heaven 9:00 Facts Of Life

9:30 Double Trouble 10:00 St. Elsewhere 11:00 News 11:30 Tonight(Johnny Carson) 12:30 Late Night With David Letterman WCPX Channel 6(CBS) 6:00 CBS Early Morning News 7:00 CBS Morning News 9:00 Donahue 10:00 Hour Magazine 11:00 Price Is Right 12:00 News 12:30 Young And The Restless 1:30 As The World Turns 2:30 Capitol 3:00 Guiding Light 4:00 Star Trek 5:00 Three's Company 5:30 M*A*S*H 6:00 News 6:30 CBS News 7:00 P.M. Magazine 7:30 Wheel Of Fortune 8:00 Charles In Charge 8:30 E/R 9:00 Movie-Witness For The Prosecution(Made For TV, 1982) 11:00 News 11:30 Taxi 12:00 Movie-The Ivory Ape(Made For TV, 1980) 1:20 New Avengers 2:30 CBS News Nightwatch WFTV Channel 9(ABC) 6:00 Eyewitness Daybreak 6:30 ABC News This Morning 7:00 Good Morning America 9:00 Barnaby Jones 10:00 $100,000 Name That Tune 10:30 Ryan's Hope 11:00 Angie 11:30 All Star Blitz 12:00 News 12:30 Loving 1:00 All My Children 2:00 One Life To Live 3:00 General Hospital 4:00 Merv Griffin 5:00 Let's Make A Deal 5:30 News(1 Hour) 6:30 ABC News 7:00 Jeopardy! 7:30 Joker's Wild 8:00 Solid Gold Salutes The Songs Of Summer(preempts The Fall Guy and Dynasty) 10:00 Hotel 11:00 News

11:30 Nightline 12:00 The Saint 1:00 Movie-Roberta(1935) 2:50 Movie-Night Of The Assassin(Italian, 1975) WOFL Channel 35(Independent) 5:00 CNN Headline News(1 Hour) 6:00 Good Day! 6:30 Popeye 7:00 Flintstones 7:30 Tom And Jerry 8:00 Woody Woodpecker 8:30 Pink Panther 9:00 Waltons 10:00 Big Valley 11:00 Eight Is Enough 12:00 Bewitched 12:30 Beverly Hillbillies 1:00 Dick Van Dyke 1:30 Gomer Pyle, U.S.M.C. 2:00 Andy Griffith 2:30 Great Space Coaster 3:00 Bugs Bunny(1 Hour) 4:00 Scooby Doo 4:30 He-Man And The Masters Of The Universe 5:00 Dukes Of Hazzard 6:00 Jeffersons 6:30 Alice 7:00 Too Close For Comfort 7:30 Benson 8:00 Dallas 9:00 Quincy 10:00 I.N.N. News 10:30 Bob Newhart 11:00 Benny Hill 11:30 Chico And The Man 12:00 Rhoda 12:30 I Love Lucy 1:00 Africa:Cry Of A Continent(Special) 2:00 Bizarre 2:30 Gunsmoke 3:30 Family Affair 4:00 Rhoda(2 episodes) WMOD Channel 43(Independent) 6:00 Jim Bakker 7:00 Superfriends 7:30 Inspector Gadget 8:00 Heathcliff 8:30 Fat Albert And The Cosby Kids 9:00 Carol Burnett And Friends 9:30 Gidget 10:00 My Three Sons 10:30 New Dick Van Dyke Show 11:00 Family 12:00 Mannix

1:00 Movie-The Benny Goodman Story(1955) 3:00 Heathcliff 3:30 Inspector Gadget 4:00 Superfriends 4:30 Voltron 5:00 I Dream Of Jeannie 5:30 Mork And Mindy 6;00 Laverne And Shirley 6:30 Happy Days(2 episodes) 7:30 All In The Family 8:00 Movie-The Formula(1980) 10:00 Police Woman 11:00 Hogan's Heroes(2 episodes) 12:00 Movie-Toward The Unknown(1956) Retro: Kentucky Monday, November 20, 1978 By request, from TV Guide, Kentucky Edition: WAVE Ch. 3 Louisville (NBC) 6:30 Today In WAVE Country 7 AM Today (Tom Brokaw, guest: Ray Charles) 9 AM Morning Show 9:30 Hollywood Squares (guests: David Doyle, Eva Gabor, George Gobel, Gabe Kaplan, Judy Landers (delay from 1 PM) 10 AM Card Sharks 10:30 Jeopardy! (the revamped version practically nobody liked) 11 AM High Rollers 11:30 Wheel Of Fortune (Chuck Woolery and Susan Stafford are still the hosts) 12 N Midday 12:30 Mike Douglas (co-hostess Helen Reddy; guests: Billy Crystal, LeVar Burton, singer Michael Johnson, not to be confused with Michael Jackson) 1:30 Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 4 PM Movie: "Beach Blanket Bingo" 5:30 News 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News (John Chancellor/David Brinkley) 7 PM Cross-Wits (Robert Reed, Suzanne Somers, James Hampton, Rhonda Bates; host is Jack Clark) 7:30 Gong Show (judges: Eva Gabor, Jaye P. Morgan, Jamie Farr) 8 PM Little House On The Prairie 9 PM Greatest Heroes Of The Bible (the conclusion of the story of Noah and the Flood, Joshua fights the battle of Jericho, Moses confronts the burning bush) 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show (Gabe Kaplan subs for Johnny; guests are his "Kotter" co-star Marcia Strassman, Robert Urich,

comic David Sayh) 1 AM Tomorrow (board-game inventors Bruce Spitz and Bertell Ollmann) WLWT Ch. 5 Cincinnati (NBC) 5:45 Moment Of Meditation 5:50 Good Morning 6 AM PTL Club 7 AM Today 9 AM Donahue (guest: Nelson Rockefeller) 10 AM Card Sharks 10:30 Jeopardy! 11 AM High Rollers 11:30 Midday 12 N Bob Braun 1:30 Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 4 PM Everyday (Group W tried this mix of advice and comedy; viewers said in effect, drop the comedy, and the show morphed into "Hour Magazine" in 1980.) 5 PM Streets Of San Francisco 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News 7 PM Dating Game 7:30 Family Feud 8 PM Little House On The Prairie 9 PM Greatest Heroes Of The Bible 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show 1 AM Tomorrow WCPO Ch. 9 Cincinnati (CBS) 5:55 Farm News 6 AM Sunrise Semester: "English Language Arts" 6:30 Environment 7 AM CBS News (Lesley Stahl/Richard Threlkeld) 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Uncle Al 10 AM Match Game '78 (Patti Deutsch, Robert Pine, delay from 4 PM) 10:30 Price Is Right 11:30 All In The Family (delay from 10 AM, pre-empts "Love Of Life") 12 N Noon Report 1 PM Search For Tomorrow (delay from 12:30) 1:30 As The World Turns 2:30 Guiding Light 3:30 M*A*S*H 4 PM Movie: "For Love Of Ivy" 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News (Walter Cronkite) 7 PM Joker's Wild

7:30 The Next Step Beyond 8 PM Bobby Vinton's Rock 'n' Rollers (guests: Penny Marshall, Erik Estrada, Stockard Channing and Susan Buckner from "Grease," Eve Arden, Gale Gordon, Fabian) 9 PM M*A*S*H (a classic: the episode is filmed through the eyes of a patient with a throat wound and unable to speak) 9:30 One Day At A Time 10 PM Lou Grant 11 PM News 11:30 Rockford Files 12:40 McMillan & Wife 2:20 Christopher Closeup 2:35 Praying The Rosary 2:50 News WHAS Ch. 11 Louisville (CBS) 6 AM That Girl 6:30 Ed Allen Time (exercises) 7 AM CBS News 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Search For Tomorrow 9:30 Young And The Restless (delay from noon) 10 AM Omelet 10:30 Price Is Right 11:30 Love Of Life 11:55 CBS News (Douglas Edwards) 12 N News 12:30 Bob Braun 1:30 As The World Turns 2:30 Guiding Light 3:30 M*A*S*H 4 PM Bonanza 5 PM Carol Burnett And Friends 5:30 Mary Tyler Moore 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Newlywed Game 7:30 Comedy Shop (guests: Pat Henry, Gary Muledeer, Bill Macy; host: Norm Crosby) 8 PM Bobby Vinton's Rock 'n' Rollers 9 PM M*A*S*H 9:30 One Day At A Time 10 PM Lou Grant 11 PM News 11:30 Rockford Files 12:40 McMillan & Wife 2:20 News WKRC Ch. 12 Cincinnati (ABC) 6 AM Viewpoint On Nutrition 6:30 Not For Women Only (topic: gay rights) 7 AM Good Morning America (David Hartman hosts;

guest is Sen. Daniel Patrick Moynihan) 9 AM Edge Of Night (delay from 4 PM) 9:30 $20,000 Pyramid (delay from noon) 10 AM Mike Douglas (from Las Vegas: David Brenner, Sandy Duncan, Bobby Vinton, the Lido '78 showgirls. Jay Stewart announces.) 11 AM Happy Days 11:30 Family Feud 12 N Extra! (local, not the syndicated magazine show) 12:30 Ryan's Hope 1 PM All My Children 2 PM One Life To Live 3 PM General Hospital 4 PM Dinah! (salute to TV Guide's 25th anniversary, with Jack Webb, Tennessee Ernie Ford, Fred MacMurray, Suzanne Somers) 5:30 News 6:30 ABC News (Frank Reynolds/Peter Jennings/Max Robinson) 7 PM Tic Tac Dough 7:30 Newlywed Game 8 PM Emergency One! (pre-empts "Lucan") 9 PM NFL Football: Dolphins-Oilers 12 M News (time approximate) 12:30 College Football '78 1 AM NFL Highlights 1:30 Baretta (delay from Fri 11:30) WKPC Ch. 15 Louisville (PBS) 7:30 Sesame Street 8:30 Electric Company 9 AM In-school programs 12 N Sesame Street 1 PM Electric Company 1:30 In-school programs 3 PM Over Easy (guest: Janet Leigh) 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 (guest: Howard Jarvis, coauthor of California's Proposition 13) 7 PM MacNeil/Lehrer Report 7:30 Black Perspective On The News 8 PM Public School Athletics (phone-in discussion of sports in Jefferson County schools) 9 PM Visions: "The Dancing Bear," with Charles Durning as an aging actor who's estranged from his alcoholic wife and who desperately hopes for a part as a younger man, a lively folk dancer. 10:30 Cinema Showcase 11 PM Dick Cavett (guest: William F. Buckley, Jr.) 11:30 Captioned ABC News 12 M Lilias, Yoga And You

WLEX Ch. 18 Lexington (NBC) 5:30 Arthur Smith 6 AM PTL Club 7 AM Today 9 AM Donahue (same as Ch. 5) 10 AM Card Sharks 10:30 Jeopardy! 11 AM High Rollers 11:30 Wheel Of Fortune 12 N News 12:30 Bob Braun 1:30 Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 4 PM Batman 4:30 Addams Family 5 PM Beverly Hillbillies (they're in London) 5:30 News 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News 7 PM Family Affair 7:30 Hollywood Squares (Ed Asner, Gwynne Gilford, Cheech and Chong, LeVar Burton, Laurette Spang, George Gobel, Vikki Carr, Larry Gatlin, Paul Lynde) 8 PM Little House On The Prairie 9 PM Greatest Heroes Of The Bible 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show 1 AM Tomorrow WXIX Ch. 19 Cincinnati (Ind.) 6:15 Perspective 7 AM Romper Room 7:30 New Zoo Revue 8 AM New Mickey Mouse Club 8:30 Groovie Goolies And Friends 9 AM Tom And Jerry 9:30 Flintstones 10 AM Dennis The Menace (guest: Sandy Koufax) 10:30 Courtship Of Eddie's Father 11 AM Andy Griffith 11:30 Bewitched 12 N Medical Center 1 PM Movie: "Love With The Proper Stranger" 3 PM Fred Flintstone And Friends 3:30 Popeye 4 PM Tom And Jerry 4:30 Spiderman 5 PM Gilligan's Island 5:30 My Three Sons 6 PM Brady Bunch 6:30 Carol Burnett And Friends 7 PM Mary Tyler Moore 7:30 Odd Couple (guest: Howard K. Smith, covering

Oscar's bid for city council) 8 PM Gunsmoke 9 PM Merv Griffin 10:30 Cross-Wits (Rue McClanahan, Abbe Lane, David Landsberg, Carleton Carpenter) 11 PM Gong Show (the Unknown Comic, Jaye P. Morgan, Pat McCormick) 11:30 The Love Experts (Geoff Edwards, Nipsey Russell, Lois Nettleton; Bill Cullen hosts) 12 M Ironside WKYT Ch. 27 Lexington (CBS) 7 AM CBS News 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Not For Women Only 9:30 Dinah! (from Las Vegas: Lucille Ball, Tom Dreesen, Barbara Mandrell, Polly ("kiss mah grits!") Holliday, juggler Kris Kremo (why am I thinking Krispy Kreme?)) 10:30 Price Is Right 11:30 Love Of Life 11:55 CBS News 12 N Young And The Restless 12:30 Guiding Light 1:30 As The World Turns 2:30 Search For Tomorrow 3 PM All In The Family 3:30 M*A*S*H 4 PM Petticoat Junction 4:30 Gomer Pyle, USMC 5 PM Andy Griffith 5:30 News 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News 7 PM My Three Sons 7:30 Pop! Goes The Country (guests: Roger Miller and Sammi Smith) 8 PM Bobby Vinton's Rock 'n' Rollers 9 PM M*A*S*H 9:30 One Day At A Time 10 PM Lou Grant 11 PM News 11:30 Rockford Files 12:40 McMillan & Wife WLKY 32 Alive Louisville (ABC) 6:30 Romper Room 7 AM Good Morning America 9 AM Donahue 10 AM Green Acres 10:30 Edge Of Night 11 AM Happy Days 11:30 Family Feud 12 N $20,000 Pyramid (Nipsey Russell, Elaine Joyce) 12:30 Ryan's Hope

1 PM All My Children 2 PM One Life To Live 3 PM General Hospital 4 PM Everyday (guests: David Frost, Barbara Carrera) 5 PM Dating Game 5:30 News 6 PM ABC News 6:30 Tic Tac Dough 7 PM Joker's Wild 7:30 Family Feud 8 PM Lucan 9 PM NFL Football: Dolphins-Oilers 12 M The Rookies (time approximate) WDRB Ch. 41 Louisville (Ind.) 7:45 News 8 AM New Zoo Revue 8:30 Bugs Bunny 9 AM PTL Club 11 AM News/Introspect 11:30 Life In The Spirit 12 N 700 Club 1:30 Love, American Style ("Love In The Happy Days," the pilot for you-know-what) 2 PM Not For Women Only (hospital patients' rights) 2:30 Bugs Bunny And Pals 3 PM New Mickey Mouse Club 3:30 Popeye 4 PM Three Stooges 4:30 Gilligan's Island 5 PM I Love Lucy 5:30 Battle Of The Planets 6 PM Six Million Dollar Man 7 PM Sanford And Son 7:30 My Three Sons 8 PM The Immigrants (Part 1 of 2) 10 PM Merv Griffin (from New York: Ethel Merman, Yul Brynner, Mayor Ed Koch, Shelley Winters, Bucky Dent) 11 PM The Love Experts 11:30 Movie: "Guns Of Diablo" WBLG Ch. 62 (WTVQ Ch. 36) Lexington (ABC) 5:30 700 Club 7 AM Good Morning America 9 AM General Hospital 10 AM Marcus Welby, M.D. 11 AM Happy Days 11:30 Family Feud 12 N $20,000 Pyramid 12:30 Ryan's Hope 1 PM All My Children 2 PM One Life To Live 3 PM Get Smart

3:30 Happy's Hour 3:45 Little Rascals 4 PM Tom And Jerry 4:30 Gilligan's Island 5 PM Brady Bunch 5:30 News 6 PM ABC News 6:30 That's Hollywood! (child actors: Judy Garland, Shirley Temple, Mickey Rooney, Jackie Cooper, Natalie Wood) 7 PM Joker's Wild 7:30 Newlywed Game 8 PM Mary Tyler Moore 8:30 Hee Haw Honeys (guest: Conway Twitty) 9 PM NFL Football: Dolphins-Oilers 12 M News (time approximate) 12:30 Hank Thompson (guests: Roy Clark, Karon (spelling is correct) Blackwell, Ferlin Husky, Molly Bee, the Sound Generation) 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) In-school programs until 3:30 Over Easy (guest: Janet Leigh) 4 PM Sesame Street 5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 5:30 Electric Company 6 PM Zoom 6:30 Cinematic Eye: "Hobson's Choice" 7 PM MacNeil/Lehrer Report 7:30 Dick Cavett (guest: William F. Buckley Jr.) 8 PM Evening At Symphony 9 PM Visions (see Ch. 15) 10:30 Congressional Outlook (should U.S. arms sales abroad be limited?) sign off 11 PM Retro: Puerto Rico Sat, Nov 18, 1989 from TeveGuia TeveGuia only carried listings for the island's major channels, as well as movie info for channels WPRV 13 and WSJN 18 WKAQ 2-San Juan/WORA 5-Mayaguez (Telemundo) 9:00 Teatrimundo 11:00 Especiales de ninos 11:30 El Chavo de Ocho noon Doble Tanda "Children's Christmas Special", followed by "El Hombre del Puente" at 2 4:00 Super Sabados 9:00 Los Kakukomicos 10:00 Lo Mejor de Cine "Festival Oti" 11:00 Fame mid. Cine de medianoche "Letting Go"

WAPA 4-San Juan/WOLE 12-Aguadilla (Univision) 9:00 Munequitos 10:30 Super Pan 11:00 Grandes Estrellas de la Lucha Libre noon Doble Tanda "Captain Nemo", followed by "Network" at 2 4:00 Papa Soltero 4:30 Tu Musica 5:00 Desde Hollywood 5:30 Sabado Gigante 9:00 Night Heat 9:30 Noticiero Univision 10:00 Cine: TBA WIPR 6-San Juan/WIPM 3-Mayaguez (PBS) 5pm Sesame Street 6:00 Hobby Shop 6:30 Reading Rainbow 7:00 Great Performances 9:00 Lawrence Welk WSTE 7-Ponce/San Juan (SuperSiete) 9:30 Transformers 11:00 POWW noon WWF 1:00 Star Trek 2:00 Lassie 3:00 POWW 4:00 Kung Fu 5:00 Sea Hunt 6:00 MTV Latino 6:30 Golden Girls 7:00 Latin Connection 7:30 MTV Latino 8:00 Musicalisimo 9:00 Clasicos Mexicanos 10:00 Haciendos Historia 11:00 Cine de Horror "Frankenstein Meets the Wolfman"/"Frankenstein" WLII 11-San Juan/WSUR 9-Ponce (Teleonce) 9:00 Festival de Tio Nobel 10:30 Silver Hawks 11:00 De Todo un Poco noon Lucha Libre (wrestling was a major part of the Teleonce sked, also airing Sundays at noon and a weekday half-hour at 4:30) 1:00 Pelicula "Marooned" 3:00 Deportes 4:00 Lucha Libre 5:00 Survival 5:30 Wild Kingdom 6:00 El padre Simon 6:30 Los suegros 7:00 Calle 11 7:30 Taberna Budweiser 8:00 LA Law 9:00 Musica y Algo Mas

10:00 Pelicula "La Vaquilla" Retro: Central Florida Saturday, November 17, 1973 From TV Guide, Central Florida Edition: WESH Ch. 2 Daytona Beach/Orlando (NBC) 6:30 Man And Environment 7 AM Flying Nun 7:30 Lassie (new) 8 AM Lidsville 8:30 Inch High Private Eye 9 AM Addams Family (animated) 9:30 Emergency +4 10 AM Butch Cassidy And The Sundance Kids 10:30 Star Trek (animated) 11 AM Sigmund And The Sea Monsters 11:30 Pink Panther 12 N Jetsons 12:30 Go! 1 PM Soul Train 2 PM Movie: "King Rat" 4:30 That Good Ole Nashville Music 5 PM NFL Highlights 5:30 The Explorers 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News (Tom Brokaw) 7 PM America (Alistair Cooke looks at the influx of immigrants at the turn of the 20th century.) 8 PM Emergency! 9 PM NBC Movie: "The Andromeda Strain" 11:40 News 12 M Movie: "Alvarez Kelly" 1:15 Thriller 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 Sesame Street 4 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 4:30 Electric Company 5 PM Firing Line 6 PM Washington Week In Review 6:30 It's Your Government

7 PM Wall Street Week 7:30 Book Beat 8 PM The Session (Australian duo Burton and Cunico perform folk-rock) 8:30 Reddick ("Hee Haw"'s Don Harron in a serious role as a young minister faced with a problem: having won the respect of the young toughs in his present church, he gets a chance to move to a more prestigious church and the kids think he's used them to fulfill his own ambitions.) 10 PM The Royal Family (coincidentally, as I'm posting this, Prince William has just announced his engagement) sign off 11:30 PM WDBO (WKMG) Ch. 6 Orlando (CBS) 6 AM Growers' Almanac 6:30 Sunrise Semester: "The World Of Islam" 7 AM Flintstones (separate from the network show at 8 AM) 7:30 Amazing Chan And The Chan Clan (delay from Sun 9:30 AM) 8 AM Flintstones 8:30 Bailey's Comets 9 AM New Scooby Doo Movies: "Loch Ness Mess," with the Harlem Globetrotters in animated form 10 AM My Favorite Martians (animated) 10:30 Jeannie (animated) 11 AM Speed Buggy 11:30 Josie And The Pussycats 12 N Everything's Archie 12:30 Fat Albert And The Cosby Kids 1 PM CBS Children's Film Festival: "Stowaway In The Sky" ('60, from France, part 1 of 2) 2 PM Challenge Of The Mountain 2:30 NBA Basketball: Trail Blazers-Rockets 5 PM Disney World Golf Preview (time approximate) 5:30 Southeastern Football Highlights 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News (Dan Rather) 7 PM Hee Haw (guests: Donna Fargo and O.B. McClinton) 8 PM All In The Family 8:30 M*A*S*H (guest: Teri Garr) 9 PM Mary Tyler Moore 9:30 Bob Newhart (Katherine Helmond, pre-"Soap", appears) 10 PM Carol Burnett 11 PM News 11:30 Movie: "Night Gallery" (pilot for the series, from '69) WFLA Ch. 8 Tampa (NBC) 7 AM Laurel And Hardy 8 AM Lidsville 8:30 Inch High Private Eye 9 AM Addams Family (animated) 9:30 Emergency +4 10 AM Butch Cassidy And The Sundance Kids 10:30 Star Trek (animated)

11 AM Sigmund And The Sea Monsters 11:30 History In The Making 12 N Information 8 1:30 Categorically Speaking (St. Petersburg vs. Dunedin High) 2 PM Movie: "Journey To The Center Of Time" 3:30 Movie: "The Boy With Green Hair" 5 PM Death Valley Days 5:30 Rapping With Mannion (topic: the news media and jury selection) 6 PM News Conference 6:30 NBC News 7 PM News 7:30 Golden Voyage 8 PM Emergency! 9 PM NBC Movie: "The Andromeda Strain" 11:40 News 12:10 It Takes A Thief (x2) WFTV Ch. 9 Orlando (ABC) 6:55 News 7 AM ABC Saturday Superstar Movie: "Robin Hoodnik" (delay from noon) 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 Tarzan 1 PM High School Football 1:30 College Football Preview 1:45 College Football: wild-card game to be selected a few days before air date 5 PM Wide World Of Sports: 19th U.S. Nationals drag racing, International Pro Skiing Championships, individual competition at the European Ladies' Gymnastics Championships (time approximate) 6:30 Reasoner Report 7 PM Lawrence Welk (Thanksgiving show) 8 PM Partridge Family 8:30 Six Million Dollar Man 10 PM Griff (Lorne Greene, guest: Ricardo Montalban, who will have this timeslot five years hence with "Fantasy Island") 11 PM ABC News 11:15 News 11:30 Movie: "Bus Stop" 1:20 Movie: "After The Thin Man" 3:10 Movie: "Sundays And Cybele" 5 AM Movie: "Secret Of The Blue Room" WLCY (WTSP) Ch. 10 St. Petersburg (ABC)

6:45 News 7 AM H.R. Pufnstuf (delay from Sun 11 AM) 7:30 Make A Wish (delay from Sun 11:30 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: "Nanny And The Professor" (animated) 1 PM American Bandstand (guest: Johnny Whitaker) 1:30 College Football Preview 1:45 College Football 5 PM Wide World Of Sports (time approximate) 6:30 Reasoner Report 7 PM Lawrence Welk 8 PM Partridge Family 8:30 Six Million Dollar Man 10 PM Griff 11 PM ABC News 11:15 Movie: "The Caper Of The Golden Bulls" 1 AM Involvement 10 WINK Ch. 11 Ft. Myers (CBS) 7 AM Compass 7:30 Cisco Kid 8 AM Flintstones 8:30 Bailey's Comets 9 AM New Scooby Doo Movies 10 AM My Favorite Martians (animated) 10:30 Jeannie (animated) 11 AM Speed Buggy 11:30 Josie And The Pussycats 12 N Everything's Archie 12:30 Fat Albert And The Cosby Kids 1 PM CBS Children's Film Festival 2 PM Celebrity Bowling: Lloyd Bridges and Tige Andrews vs. James Farentino and Jill St. John 2:30 NBA Basketball: Trail Blazers-Rockets 5 PM Wrestling (time approximate) 6 PM That Good Ole Nashville Music 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Lawrence Welk 8 PM All In The Family 8:30 M*A*S*H 9 PM Mary Tyler Moore 9:30 Bob Newhart 10 PM Carol Burnett 11 PM News 11:15 Movie: "The Hellbenders" WTVT Ch. 13 Tampa (CBS)

6:45 News, Fishing 7 AM Tarzan 8 AM Flintstones 8:30 Bailey's Comets 9 AM New Scooby Doo Movies 10 AM My Favorite Martians (animated) 10:30 Jeannie (animated) 11 AM Speed Buggy 11:30 Josie And The Pussycats 12 N Everything's Archie 12:30 Fat Albert And The Cosby Kids 1 PM CBS Children's Film Festival 2 PM Opportunity Line 2:30 College Kaleidoscope 3 PM Mayberry R.F.D. 3:30 Insight (local public affairs, not the religious program) 4 PM High Q (Cardinal Mooney vs. Dunedin High) 4:30 UFO 5:30 Dragnet (w/Harry Morgan) 6 PM News 6:30 Department S 7:30 Wild Wild World Of Animals 8 PM All In The Family 8:30 M*A*S*H 9 PM Mary Tyler Moore 9:30 Bob Newhart 10 PM Carol Burnett 11 PM News 11:30 Movie: "Trial Run" WUSF Ch. 16 Tampa (PBS) off air on Saturday WBBH Ch. 20 Ft. Myers (NBC/ABC) 6 AM Movie: "Sands Of Beersheba" 7:30 Flipper 8 AM Lidsville 8:30 Inch High Private Eye 9 AM Addams Family (animated) 9:30 Emergency +4 10 AM Butch Cassidy And The Sundance Kids 10:30 Star Trek (animated) 11 AM Sigmund And The Sea Monsters 11:30 Pink Panther 12 N Jetsons 12:30 Go! 1 PM I Dream Of Jeannie 1:30 College Football Preview 1:45 College Football 5 PM Wide World Of Sports (time approximate) 6:30 News 7 PM Price Is Right (Dennis James)

7:30 Let's Make A Deal (Monty Hall) 8 PM Emergency! 9 PM NBC Movie: "The Andromeda Strain" 11:40 News 12:10 Movie: "Castle Keep" 1:30 Movie: "What's Up, Tiger Lily?" 3 AM Movie: "Copacabana Palace" 4:30 Movie: "The Girl-Getters" 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) 6:30 Across The Fence 7 AM Kid Power (delay from Sun 10 AM) 7:30 The Osmonds (delay from Sun 10:30 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 1 PM American Bandstand 1:30 College Football Preview 1:45 College Football 5 PM Wide World Of Sports (time approximate) 6:30 Reasoner Report 7 PM Lawrence Welk 8 PM Partridge Family 8:30 Six Million Dollar Man 10 PM Griff 11 PM ABC News 11:15 News 11:30 Movie: "The Creeping Flesh" WTOG Ch. 44 St. Petersburg (Ind.) 7:30 Chaplain Of Bourbon Street (Bob Harrington) 8 AM Leroy Jenkins 8:30 Rev. Don Stewart 9 AM Temple Heights Gospel Hour

9:30 Unshackled--God's Freedom 10 AM Ernest Angley 11 AM Wally's Workshop 11:30 Munsters 12 N Lost In Space 1 PM Combat! 2 PM Movie: "Revenge Of The Creature" 4 PM Movie: "The Guns Of Fort Petticoat" 6 PM Untouchables (watch for Connie Hines, Carol Post on "Mister Ed", in this one) 7 PM Wrestling 8 PM Boxing From The Olympic: Pedro Lovell vs. Cliff McDonald, heavyweights, 10 rounds 9 PM Celebrity Bowling: James MacArthur and Robert Clary vs. Davy Jones and Alan (Fred Flintstone) Reed 9:30 Buck Owens (guests: Pat Roberts (who?), David Frizzell, Tony Booth) 10 PM Wilburn Brothers (guests: Jack Greene and Jeannie Seely) 10:30 Porter Wagoner 11 PM Night Gallery 11:30 Movie: "House Of Frankenstein" (Boris Karloff) 1:30 Movie: "The Mummy's Ghost" (Lon Chaney) Retro: Phoenix AZ, Monday December 5, 1949 KPHO-TV, Arizona's first television station, commenced regular broadcasting on Sunday, December 4, 1949. The next morning, the Tucson Daily Citizen began publishing KPHO's schedule Descriptions in parentheses are as they appeared in the newspaper: TELEVISION -- KPHO-TV PHOENIX -- MONDAY EVENING 7:00 Kukla, Fran and Ollie (puppet show) 7:30 Plain Clothesman (detective mystery) 8:00 Six-Gun Adventures 9:00 Hoffman Show (interviews from Phoenix studios) Retro: Kentucky Sunday, November 12, 1972 From TV Guide, Kentucky Edition: WAVE Ch. 3 Louisville (NBC) 7 AM Insight 7:30 Farm Report 8 AM Gospel Jubilee 8:55 Jot 9 AM The Story (Lexington-based religious program with a small syndication) 9:30 This Is The Life 10 AM Jetsons (delay from Sat 8:30 AM)

10:30 Please Don't Eat The Daisies 11 AM Voyage To The Bottom Of The Sea 12 N Story Theatre (Paul Sills' repertory troupe in three stories: "Three Snake Leaves" (a Grimm tale about a dead princess brought to life), "Clever Gretel" (a cook who cheats her employer out of dinner), "Theft Of A Smell" (a fool outwits a baker.) (I remember only one other station carrying this show, Ch. 7 in Washington, DC, Fridays at 7:30 in the 1971-72 season.) 12:30 Meet The Press 1 PM NFL Football: Raiders-Bengals 4 PM Movie: "A Man Called Gannon" (time approximate) (the reference is not to Harry Morgan's character Bill Gannon; Tony Franciosa plays the title role) 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News (Garrick Utley) 7 PM Wild Kingdom 7:30 Clerow Wilson And The Miracle Of P.S. 14 (animated Flip Wilson special, pre-empts Disney) 8 PM Snoopy's International Ice Follies (Charles Schulz hosts) 9 PM The Trouble With People (five Neil Simon short plays: "The Greasy Diner" with James Coco and Dena ("It's not nice to fool Mother Nature") Dietrich; "The Man Who Got A Ticket" with George C. Scott (a computer error sends a man 369 summonses for one parking violation; "The Night Visitor" with Renee Taylor and Joseph Campanella (he's a detective trying to catch a prowler, she's the lure who ends up chasing Campanella; "The Office Sharers" with Gene Wilder and Jack Weston (think "The Odd Couple" in an office); "Double Trouble" (Alan Arkin and Valerie Harper as a couple, both of whom are ill, trying to make it through the night) 10 PM Night Gallery (Ozzie and Harriet as an inept couple of scientists trying to complete an experiment in immortality) 10:30 The Evil Touch (Julie Harris is an invalid who witnesses a gangland murder and becomes their next target--imagine what Hitchcock could have done with this.) 11 PM News 11:30 Movie: "The Movie Murderer" (an arsonist destroying movie films) WLWT Ch. 5 Cincinnati (NBC) 7:30 Agriculture Today 8 AM Catholic Mass 8:30 Sunday Soul 9 AM Cadle Chapel (a fixture on the WLW stations for years; even Ch. 11 in Atlanta ran it in its WLW-A days) 9:30 Church By The Road 10 AM World Front (students from Taylor University discuss Haiti and the Dominican Republic) 10:30 NAACP Presents 11 AM Springer School (a school for children with mild learning disabilities-wonder if this is connected in any way to Jerry Springer?) 11:15 TBA 11:30 Notre Dame Highlights (Notre Dame-Air Force, played the preceding day) 12:30 Meet The Press

1 PM NFL Football: Chiefs-Steelers (the Bengals must have been blacked out) 4 PM World Of Survival (time approximate) 4:30 Movie: "Out Of Sight" (this 1966 musical features a couple of the era's hottest groups: Gary Lewis and the Playboys, and Freddie and the Dreamers) 6 PM News 6:30 Only The Strong (the U.S.-USSR arms race) 7 PM This Is Your Life (David Hartman is surprised by Jerry Lewis, Carol Channing, and E.G. Marshall) 7:30 Clerow Wilson And The Miracle Of P.S. 14 8 PM Snoopy's International Ice Follies 9 PM The Trouble With People 10 PM Night Gallery 10:30 The Protectors 11 PM News 11:30 Sunday Tonight Show (Dr. Irwin Stillman, author of "Doctor's Quick Weight Loss Diet"; Dr. David Reuben, author of "Everything You Always Wanted To Know About Sex But Were Afraid To Ask"; singer Lana Cantrell) WCPO Ch. 9 Cincinnati (CBS) 7 AM Kentucky Afield 7:30 Movie: "Magoo In The King's Service" (three episodes of "The Famous Adventures Of Mr. Magoo," with him playing D'Artagnan in "The Three Musketeers"; Cyrano in "Cyrano de Bergerac"; and Merlin the Magician in "King Arthur") 9 AM Archie's Fun House 9:30 Harlem Globetrotters (animated) 10 AM Focus On Environment 10:30 Police Call (the Hamilton County Disaster Council) 11 AM Call The Doctor (topic: dentistry) 12 N Movie: "Blood Alley" (John Wayne--this is the movie he plugged during his "I Love Lucy" appearance) 2 PM Suspense Theatre 3 PM Face The Nation 3:30 The NFL Today 4 PM NFL Football: Lions-Vikings 7 PM Impact (time approximate) 7:30 Anna And The King 8 PM M*A*S*H 8:30 Sandy Duncan Show 9 PM The New Dick Van Dyke Show (the cast members get to play their favorite personalities: Van Dyke as Mark Twain and Fred Astaire; Hope Lange as Lena Horne; Nancy Dussault as Barbra Streisand; Fannie Flagg as Lady Bird Johnson) 9:30 Mannix 10:30 Half The George Kirby Comedy Hour (guest: Pat Paulsen) 11 PM News 11:30 CBS Movie: "Hornets' Nest" (delayed from Fri, either 9 or 11:30 PM) WHAS Ch. 11 Louisville (CBS) 7:30 Lamp Unto My Feet (delay from 10 AM) 8 AM Look Up And Live (delay from 10:30 AM) 8:30 Day Of Discovery 9 AM Town And Country

9:30 Harlem Globetrotters 10 AM Here Come The Brides 11 AM Church Service (probably Walnut Street Baptist Church) 12 N Face The Nation 12:30 The NFL Today 1 PM NFL Football: Giants-Redskins 4 PM NFL Football: Lions-Vikings (time approximate) 7 PM Jefferson County Youth Orchestra (time approximate) 7:30 Anna And The King 8 PM M*A*S*H 8:30 Sandy Duncan Show 9 PM New Dick Van Dyke Show 9:30 Mannix 10:30 CBS News (Dan Rather) 10:45 News 11 PM Movie: "Rio Bravo" WKRC Ch. 12 Cincinnati (ABC) 6:30 Noel Gospel Singers 7 AM Old-Time Gospel Hour (Jerry Falwell) 8 AM Rex Humbard 9 AM Oral Roberts 9:30 Dialogue 10 AM Toward The Year 2000 10:30 Perspective 11 AM Skipper Ryle 12:30 Day Of Discovery 1 PM Movie: "Gaslight" 3:30 Movie: "A Day At The Races" (usually considered one of the Marx Brothers' best, along with "Night At The Opera" and "Duck Soup") 5:30 Wagon Train 7 PM Untamed World 7:30 News 8 PM The FBI 9 PM ABC Movie: "True Grit" 11:30 News 12 M Issues And Answers (delay from 1:30 PM) 12:30 Directions (delay from 1 PM) 1 AM ABC News (Bill Beutel) WKPC Ch. 15 Louisville (PBS) 6:30 Mormon Tabernacle Choir 7 PM Zoom 7:30 The Just Generation (topic: no-fault insurance) 8 PM Family Game (topic: is the church relevant to young people?) 8:30 French Chef 9 PM Masterpiece Theatre: "Cousin Bette," Part 2 10 PM Firing Line (guest: former British Prime Minister Harold Macmillan) sign off 11 PM WLEX Ch. 18 Lexington (NBC)

7 AM Old-Time Gospel Hour 8 AM Rev. Walter Strong 8:30 Revival Fires 9 AM Gospel Jubilee 10 AM New Shapes: Education 10:30 Church Service 11:30 This Week In Pro Football (this is the year the Dolphins completed modern pro football's only perfect season; they had played Buffalo the week before) 12:30 Meet The Press 1 PM NFL Football: Chiefs-Steelers 4 PM Man From U.N.C.L.E. (time approximate) 5 PM Special Issues (topic: minority representation in government) 5:30 Film 6 PM Hollywood Squares (Raymond Burr, Buddy Hackett, Florence Henderson, Carl Reiner, and Paul Lynde are listed.) 6:30 NBC News 7 PM John Ray (football highlights; I'm wondering if this is Eastern Kentucky University, since WKYT was and is UK's station for sports) 7:30 Clerow Wilson And The Miracle Of P.S. 14 8 PM Snoopy's International Ice Follies 9 PM The Trouble With People 10 PM Night Gallery 10:30 This Is Your Life (same as Ch. 5) 11 PM News 11:30 Movie: "The Inn Of The Sixth Happiness" WXIX Ch. 19 Cincinnati (Ind.) 7 AM Brother Al 7:30 Bob Harrington (the "Chaplain of Bourbon Street") 8 AM Wonderama 11 AM Flintstones (x2) 12 N Movie: "Sands Of Iwo Jima" 2 PM Movie: "Charlie Chan At The Olympics" 3:30 Movie: "Tarzan And The Valley Of Gold" 5:30 Movie: "The Walking Dead" (who else but Boris Karloff?) 7 PM Lassie 7:30 Mancini Generation (guests: Ed Ames and George Kirby) 8 PM Lawrence Welk (salute to George Gershwin) 9 PM Roller Game Of The Week 11 PM CBS News (pre-empted on Ch. 9) 11:15 David Susskind (Arab and Israeli grad students discuss the U.S.) WKYT Ch. 27 Lexington (CBS) 7 AM Mormon Tabernacle Choir 7:30 Tobacco Talk 8 AM Rex Humbard 9 AM Archie's Fun House

9:30 Harlem Globetrotters 10 AM Day Of Discovery 10:30 Right On! 11 AM It Is Written 11:30 Face The Nation 12 N Roy Terry (probably UK football highlights) 12:30 NFL Today 1 PM NFL Football: Giants-Redskins 4 PM NFL Football: Lions-Vikings (time approximate) 7 PM Wild Kingdom (time approximate) 7:30 Anna And The King 8 PM M*A*S*H 8:30 Sandy Duncan Show 9 PM New Dick Van Dyke Show 9:30 Mannix 10:30 The Adventurer (Gene Barry) 11 PM News 11:30 Movie: "The Comancheros" WLKY Ch. 32 Louisville (ABC) 7 AM Agriscope 7:30 Don Young (religion) 8 AM Outreach '72 8:30 Rex Humbard 9:30 Oral Roberts 10 AM Reason And Controversy 10:30 Church Service 11:30 Make A Wish 12 N College Football '72 (highlights of Ohio State-Michigan State, UCLA-Washington) 1 PM Directions 1:30 Issues And Answers 2 PM Wrestling 3 PM Movie: "My Six Loves" (Debbie Reynolds as a Broadway star who becomes foster mother to six orphans.) 4:45 Changing Times 5 PM The Explorers 5:30 Police Surgeon (guest star: Leslie Nielsen) 6 PM Movie: "Some Like It Hot" 8 PM The FBI 9 PM ABC Movie: "True Grit" 11:30 Movie: "Shane" WDRB Ch. 41 Louisville (Ind.) 7:30 Bob Harrington 8 AM Billy James Hargis And His All-American Kids 8:30 Revival Fires 9 AM It Is Written 9:30 TBA 10 AM Kathryn Kuhlman 10:30 Herald Of Truth 11 AM Flipper

11:30 Movie: "Heidi" (Shirley Temple...forget the 1968 NBC version that cut off the end of the Jets-Raiders game) 1 PM Movie: "Gentle Giant" (movie that spawned "Gentle Ben") 3 PM Lancer 4 PM Movie: "Red River" 6 PM Tarzan 7 PM Lassie 7:30 Johnny Mann's Stand Up And Cheer (guest: Lou Rawls) 8 PM Lawrence Welk 9 PM Mancini Generation (guests: the Lennon Sisters and Henny Youngman) 9:30 Judd For The Defense 10:30 Movie: "The Chapman Report" WBLG Ch. 62 (WTVQ Ch. 36) Lexington (ABC) 8:30 Outreach '72 9 AM Old-Time Gospel Hour 10 AM Curiosity Shop 11 AM Church Service 12 N College Football '72 1 PM CORE Soul Den 1:30 Issues And Answers 2 PM Recreation Today 2:30 Wrestling 3:30 Movie: "Little Miss Broadway" (Shirley Temple) 5 PM Movie: "The Treasure Of The Sierra Madre" 7 PM I Spy 8 PM The FBI 9 PM ABC Movie: "True Grit" 11:30 ABC News 11:45 News 12 M TBA 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) 7 PM Zoom 7:30 The Just Generation 8 PM Family Game 8:30 French Chef 9 PM Masterpiece Theatre 10 PM Firing Line Retro: Indianapolis/Terre Haute/Lafayette Sat, Nov 17, 1973 from TV Guide-Central Indiana edition WTWO 2-NBC Terre Haute 7:00 Agriscope 7:30 Death Valley Days 8:00 Lidsville

8:30 Inch High Private Eye 9:00 Addams Family (animated) 9:30 Emergency Plus 4 10:00 Butch Cassidy 10:30 Star Trek (animated) 11:00 Sea Monsters 11:30 Pink Panther noon Jetsons 12:30 Go (on the set of Huckleberry Finn, near Natchez MS) 1:00 Tom Harp (Indiana State football, he coached there 1973-1977) 1:30 Flipside (guests Jerry Butler (who talks about AM playing of R&B), and Mercury Records prez Irwin Steinberg introduces Tom T. Hall) 2:00 Movie "Father Goose" 4:00 Roller Derby 5:00 NFL Game of the Week 5:30 Jimmy Dean (guest Mel Tillis) 6:00 News 6:30 NBC Nightly News 7:00 TV Sportsman 7:30 Adam-12 8:00 Emergency! 9:00 Movie "The Andromeda Strain" 11:40 News 12:10 Movie "Gunfight in Abilene" WTTV 4-Ind Indianapolis 6:30 Hoosier Roundup 7:30 Lessons for Living 8:00 Untamed World 8:30 Rocky & His Friends (Bullwinkle) 9:00 Daniel Boone 10:00 Focus 10:30 Dialogue 11:00 Citizens Forum 11:15 Letters to the Legislature 11:30 Alternative noon Roller Derby 1:00 NFL Game of the Week 1:30 Explorers (Swedish explorer Rolf Blomberg leads a treasure hunt for buried gold in Ecuador) 2:00 Movie "Tall Story" (bw) 4:00 Movie "Women in Chains" 5:30 News 6:00 Movie "North to Alaska" 8:00 Johnny Mann's Stand Up & Cheer 8:30 Bobby Goldsboro (guest Mac Davis) 9:00 Movie "The Andromeda Strain" (not cleared by 6) 11:40 Movie "The Thing" (bw) 1:10 Movie "The Amazing Transparent Man" (bw) 2:40 Wrestling 3:40 News WRTV 6-NBC Indianapolis 7:00 Jetsons 7:30 Butch Cassidy 8:00 Lidsville 8:30 Inch High Private Eye

9:00 Addams Family (animated) 9:30 Emergency Plus 4 10:00 Porky Pig 10:30 Star Trek (animated) 11:00 Sea Monsters 11:30 Pink Panther noon Uncle Uri's Treasure 12:30 Opportunity Knocks 1:00 Bible Telecourse 2:00 Reality 2:30 Human Dimension 3:00 I Dream of Jeannie 3:30 Championship Wrestling 4:30 Wilburn Brothers 5:00 Porter Wagoner 5:30 Lotsa Luck 6:00 News 6:30 NBC Nightly News 7:00 Lawrence Welk (Thanksgiving songs) 8:00 Emergency! 9:00 Movie "San Francisco International Airport" (did 6 regularly spike NBC Saturday night shows to run movies?) 11:00 News 11:30 Movie "Who's Been Sleeping in My Bed?" 1:00 Movie "The Band Wagon" WISH 8-CBS Indianapolis 7:00 Sunrise Semester "Twentieth Century Literature" 7:30 Town & Country 8:00 Flintstones 8:30 Bailey's Comets 9:00 Movie "Loch Ness Mess" (the Harlem Globetrotters guest star in this Scooby movie) 10:00 My Favorite Martians 10:30 Jeannie 11:00 Speed Buggy 11:30 Josie & the Pussycats noon Clowning Around (Archie airs Sunday 8am) 12:30 Roads to Learning (Fat Albert shown Sunday 8:30am) 1:00 CBS Children's Film Festival "Stowaway in the Sky" (pt 1 of a 1960 French movie, including aerial shots of Paris, Alsace-Lorraine, and the Loire Valley) 2:00 Black Focus 2:30 NBA: Portland-Houston 5:00 Jimmy Dean (guest Mel Tellis) 5:30 Calucci's Dept. 6:00 News 6:30 CBS Evening News 7:00 Hee Haw (guests Donna Fargo and O.B. McClinton) 8:00 All in the Family 8:30 M*A*S*H 9:00 Mary Tyler Moore 9:30 Bob Newhart 10:00 Carol Burnett 11:00 News 11:30 Movie "Don't Just Stand There!" 2:00 News 2:05 Movie "The Brides of Dracula"

WTHI 10-CBS Terre Haute 8:00 Flintstones 8:30 Bailey's Comets 9:00 Movie "Loch Ness Mess" 10:00 My Favorite Martians 10:30 Jeannie 11:00 Speed Buggy 11:30 Jeannie & the Pussycats noon Everything's Archie 12:30 Fat Albert 1:00 CBS Children's Film Festival "Stowaway in the Sky" (pt 1) 2:00 Dr. Hopp & Friends 2:30 NBA: Portland-Houston 5:00 Rose Kennedy's Thanksgiving Special 5:30 Face to Face 6:00 News 6:30 CBS Evening News 7:00 Dusty's Trail 7:30 That (Good Ole) Nashville Music 8:00 All in the Family 8:30 M*A*S*H 9:00 Mary Tyler Moore 9:30 Bob Newhart 10:00 Carol Burnett 11:00 News 11:30 Movie "The Bridges at Toko-Ri" 1:30 Movie "Chicken Every Sunday" (bw) WLWI 13-ABC Indianapolis 7:00 Perspective 13 7:30 Agriscope 8:00 Bugs Bunny 8:30 Yogi's Gang 9:00 Super Friends 10:00 Lassie's Rescue Rangers 10:30 Goober 11:00 Brady Kids 11:30 Mission: Magic! noon Movie "Nanny & the Professor" (animated) 1:00 American Bandstand (guest Johnny Whitaker) 1:30 College Football Preview 1:45 College Football: wild-card game, ABC would determine which one to air a few days ahead 5:00 ABC Wide World of Sports: US Nationals drag racing/International Pro Skiing Championships/European Ladies Gymnastics Championships 6:30 Reasoner Report 7:00 News 7:30 Police Surgeon 8:00 Partridge Family 8:30 Six Million Dollar Man (90 min) 10:00 Griff "Countdown to Terror" (guest star Ricardo Montalban) 11:00 News 11:30 Movie "Ambush Bay" (bw) 2:00 ABC News WLFI 18-CBS Lafayette

8:00 Flintstones 8:30 Bailey's Comets 9:00 Movie "Loch Ness Mess" 10:00 My Favorite Martians 10:30 Jeannie 11:00 Speed Buggy 11:30 Josie & the Pussycats noon Everything's Archie 12:30 Fat Albert 1:00 CBS Children's Film Festival "Stowaway in the Sky" (pt 1) 2:00 Film 2:15 Changing Times 2:30 NBA: Portland-Houston 5:00 Safari to Adventure 5:30 Lawrence Welk (Thanksgiving) 6:30 CBS Evening News 7:00 Hee Haw (Fargo/McClinton) 8:00 All in the Family 8:30 M*A*S*H 9:00 Mary Tyler Moore 9:30 Bob Newhart 10:00 Carol Burnett 11:00 Purdue Football Highlights (Boilermakers-Michigan) mid. Movie "The Castle of Terror" (bw) WFYI 20-PBS Indianapolis 9:00 Sesame Street 10:00 Electric Company 10:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 11:00 Sesame Street noon Electric Company 12:30 Sesame Street 1:30 Electric Company 2:00 Zoom 2:30 Electric Compaby 3:00 Time for Timothy 3:30 Afro-American Culture 4:00 Taking Better Pictures 4:30 Chan-ese Way 5:00 Skiing 5:30 Your Thirty 6:00 Our Street 6:30 Advocates (Eric Julber (pro) and Keith Davidson (anti) debate strip mining and whether it's a practical solution for the energy crisis) 7:30 Zoom 8:00 The Session (guests Burton and Cunico) 8:30 Reddick (Canadian actor Don Harron plays the title role of a clergyman whose faith gets tested by young people) 10:00 The Royal Family WVUT 22-PBS Vincennes (PBS for Terre Haute) WTIU 30-PBS Bloomington no programming; stations run Sun-Fri WIIL 38-ABC Terre Haute 8:00 Bugs Bunny

8:30 Yogi's Gang 9:00 Super Friends 10:00 Lassie's Rescue Rangers 10:30 Goober 11:00 Mulligan Stew 11:30 Rose-Hulman Football Highlights noon Movie "Nanny and the Professor" (animated) 1:00 American Bandstand 1:30 College Football Preview 1:45 College Football: wild-card game, teams TBA 5:00 ABC Wide World of Sports 6:30 Let's Go Fishing 7:00 Green Acres 7:30 F Troop 8:00 Partridge Family 8:30 Six Million Dollar Man (90 min) 10:00 Griff "Countdown to Terror" 11:00 ABC News 11:15 Movie "D-Day, the Sixth of June" WHMB 40-Ind/Rel Indianapolis 5pm Treehouse Club 5:30 Black Buffalo 6:30 Grand Time 7:00 Lester Family 7:30 Blackwood Brothers 8:00 Jimmy Swaggart 8:30 Old-Fashioned Revival Hour 9:30 Rock Church 10:00 Revival Hour WIPB 49-PBS Muncie 5pm Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 5:30 Electric Company 6:00 Sesame Street 7:00 Focus: The Family 7:30 Antiques 8:00 The Session (Burton and Cunico) 8:30 Reddick 10:00 Weather Retro: Portland (Oregon) November 15, 1965 & 1975 Something a little different for today's post, a comparison of November 15th's programming in Portland in 1965 and 1975. Part 1 will cover 1965, with post #2 covering 10 years later... Monday, November 15, 1965 from TV Guide-Portland edition KATU 2-ABC 6:45 Down to Earth 7:00 Newsreel 7:15 Mosaic 7:45 Breakfast with Rusty 8:15 King & Odie

8:30 Romper Room (Miss Sue) 9:00 Love That Bob! 9:30 Smorgasbord 9:55 News/Weather 10:00 Mike Douglas (co-host Sam Levenson/guests weren't listed) 11:00 Young Set (guests Dick Gregory and Jay Kennedy) noon Donna Reed 12:30 Father Knows Best 1:00 Ben Casey 2:00 Nurses 2:30 A Time for Us 2:55 ABC News 3:00 General Hospital 3:30 Young Marrieds 4:00 Never Too Young 4:30 Where the Action is (guests the Strangeloves, and Mel Carter) 5:00 Topper 5:30 Leave It to Beaver 6:00 News 6:15 ABC News 6:30 Sugarfoot 7:30 12 O'Clock High "Grant Me No Favor" 8:30 Legend of Jesse James "Jail Break" 9:00 Shenandoah "Incident at Dry Creek" 9:30 Peyton Place 10:00 Ben Casey "The Importance of Being 65937" 11:00 News/Weather 11:30 Movie "The Assassin" KOIN 6-CBS 6:35 Sunrise Semester "Nature of Matter" 7:05 CBS News 7:30 Weather Forecast 7:35 Cartoon Circus 8:00 Captain Kangaroo 9:00 I Love Lucy 9:30 Real McCoys 10:00 Andy Griffith 10:30 Dick Van Dyke 11:00 Love of Life 11:25 CBS News 11:30 Search for Tomorrow 11:45 Guiding Light noon News/Weather 12:05 Hi Neighbor 12:30 As the World Turns 1:00 KOIN Kitchen 1:30 House Party (Art welcomes the US Marine Drum & Bugle Corps) 2:00 To Tell the Truth 2:25 CBS News 2:30 Edge of Night 3:00 Secret Storm 3:30 Password 4:00 Movie "Flight to Hong Kong" 5:40 World Outdoors (c) 5:45 News

6:30 CBS News 7:00 Forest Rangers (c) 7:30 To Tell the Truth 8:00 I've Got a Secret (Omar Sharif tries to stump the panel) 8:30 Lucille Ball (c) 9:00 Andy Griffith (c) 9:30 Hazel "A 'Lot' to Remember" (c) 10:00 Steve Lawrence (c/guests Trini Lopez, Caterina Valente, and Judi Rolin) 11:00 News/Weather 11:30 Silents Please (old slapstick films) KGW 8-NBC (KGW was a sister station to Seattle's NBC station KING, and also used their crown in local TVG ads, crowning the NBC "snake" with it) 6:55 Town & Country 7:00 Today (c) 8:00 Telescope (c) 9:00 Fractured Phrases (c) 9:25 NBC News 9:30 Concentration 10:00 Morning Star (c) 10:30 Paradise Bay (c) 11:00 Jeopardy (c) 11:30 Let's Play Post Office (c) 11:55 NBC News noon News (c) 12:25 NBC News 12:30 Days of Our Lives (c) 1:00 Doctors 1:30 Another World 2:00 You Don't Say (c) 2:30 Match Game (c) 2:55 NBC News 3:00 Let's Make a Deal 3:25 News 3:30 Movie "Odds Against Tomorrow" 5:00 Heck's Fun Farm (c) 5:30 Twilight Zone 6:00 NBC News (c) 6:30 News 7:00 Science in Action (c) 7:30 Hullballoo (c/The Rolling Stones launch a 6-week US tour singing "Get Off My Cloud"; other guests include Barry McGuire, Barbara McNair, Brenda Lee, and the Kingsmen) 8:00 John Forsythe "Super Girl" (c) 8:30 Dr. Kildare "Hour of Decision" (c) 9:00 Andy Williams (c/guests Sid Caesar, Ella Fitzgerald, and Andre Previn) 10:00 Run for Your Life "This Town for Sale" (c) 11:00 News/Weather 11:30 Tonight Show (c/guest Murray Roman) KOAP 10-Edu 9:00 Problems of Philosophy 9:45 Uncle Wonder's Workshop 10:00 Spanish I 10:15 Spanish II 10:30 Let's Be Artists 10:45 French I

11:00 Pianoforte 11:30 Law Enforcement 12:30 TV Kindergarten 1:00 Uncle Wonder's Workshop 1:15 Spanish I 1:30 Spanish II 1:45 French I 2:00 General Psychology 2:45 Social Security 3:00 Problems of Philosophy 3:45 Americans at Work 4:00 Teaching Globes & Maps 4:30 Astronomy for You (insert your own joke here Cheesy) 5:00 Legacy 5:30 TV Kindergarten 6:00 Discovery "Plant and Animal Partnerships" 6:30 What's New 7:00 Almanac "The Meaning of Nature" 7:15 First-Year Spanish 8:00 What in the World? 8:30 Oregon at Work 9:00 America's Crises "The Religious Revolution and the Void" (young people's disenchantment with religion, and how churches are trying to win them back) 10:00 Salesmanship KPTV 12-Ind 9:45 News/Weather 10:00 Public Service Program 10:30 Jack LaLanne 11:00 Twelve in the Morning 11:30 People are Funny noon Cartoon Castle 1:00 Girl Talk (panelists Lio, Elaine Taylor, and June Callwood) 1:30 Movie "Rockabye" 3:15 News 3:30 Touche Turtle (c) 4:15 Rocky & His Friends (c/Bullwinkle) 4:30 Popeye's Pier 12 (c) 5:00 Lloyd Thaxton 6:00 Woody Woodpecker (c) 6:30 Colt .45 7:00 Rifleman 7:30 Islands in the Sun (c) 8:00 Cheyenne "The Law Man" 9:00 Rogues "Two of a Kind" 10:00 Greatest Show on Earth "The Glorious Days of Used to Be" (c) 11:00 Sports Final 11:05 Movie "Welcome Stranger" Saturday, November 15, 1975 from TV Guide-Portland edition KATU 2-ABC 6:30 Bumpity 7:00 Hong Kong Phooey 7:30 Tom & Jerry/Great Grape Ape

8:30 Lost Saucer 9:00 Adventures of Gilligan 9:30 Groove Goolies 10:00 Speed Buggy 10:30 College Football Pre-Game 10:45 College Football: teams TBA 2:00 NFL Game of the Week 2:30 Movie "Tall in the Saddle" (bw) 4:00 Bill Cosby (guests Tony Randall, Karen Valentine, Loretta Lynn, the Paul Ashley Puppets, and the Alan Johnson Dancers) 5:00 ABC Wide World of Sports: World Cup Gymnastics/Motorcycle Race of Champions/World Target-Diving Championships 6:30 News 7:00 Lawrence Welk (Lawrence and his team salute California) 8:00 Howard Cosell (guests Andy Williams, Mark Wilson, Marilyn Michaels, and Taiwanese acrobats) 9:00 SWAT 10:00 Matt Helm 11:00 ABC News 11:15 News 11:30 Movie "Dracula's Castle" 1:15 Movie "War-Gods of the Deep" KVDO 3-Ind (COLed to Salem) 3pm Ag-USA 3:30 Fury 4:00 Yo Soy Chicano 4:30 Promociones Enciso 5:30 Movie: TBA 7:00 Avengers 8:00 Movie: TBA 10:00 Western Star Theater KOIN 6-CBS 7:00 Sunrise Semester "Magic, Faith and Healing" 7:30 Camera Three (Andy Rooney talks about stairways) 8:00 Pebbles & Bamm-Bamm 8:30 Bugs Bunny/Road Runner 9:30 Scooby-Doo 10:00 Shazam!/Isis 11:00 Far Out Space Nuts 11:30 Ghost Busters noon Valley of the Dinosaurs 12:30 Fat Albert 1:00 Famous Classic Tales "The Mysterious Island" 2:00 Movie "Move Over, Darling" 4:00 Tarzan 5:00 News 5:30 News Conference 6 6:00 Maverick (bw) 7:00 America (looks back at the 20s and 30s) 8:00 Jeffersons 8:30 Doc 9:00 Mary Tyler Moore 9:30 Bob Newhart 10:00 Carol Burnett (guest Maggie Smith)

11:00 News 11:30 Movie "The White Cliffs of Dover" (bw) 1:30 Movie "The Showdown" (bw) KGW 8-NBC (KGW was now IDing as TV8, having punted the KING crown into the Willamette Grin) 7:00 Emergency Plus 4 7:30 Josie & the Pussycats 8:00 Waldo Kitty 8:30 Pink Panther 9:00 Land of the Lost 9:30 Run, Joe, Run 10:00 Return to the Planet of the Apes 10:30 Westwind 11:00 Jetsons 11:30 Go-USA noon How Come? 12:30 Hogan's Heroes 1:00 Thriller (bw) 2:00 Bonanza (guest star Dennis Hopper) 3:00 East Side West Side (visiting Sellwood-Moreland, and looking at environmental problems in North Portland) 4:00 Movie "Man in the Wilderness" 5:55 College Football Scoreboard 6:00 News 6:30 NBC Nightly News 7:00 Famous Classic Tales "Robinson Crusoe" 8:00 Movie "Sarah T...Portrait of a Teenage Alcoholic" 10:00 Miss Teenage America Pageant (Mac Davis hosts the 15th annual pageant from Tulsa) 11:30 News mid. Saturday Night (host Robert Klein, music from ABBA and Loudon Wainwright III; this was SNL's 5th episode, the series premiered on October 11th) 1:30 Name of the Game (guest star Ricardo Montalban) KOAP 10-PBS 7:00 Sesame Street 8:00 Electric Company 8:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 9:00 Sesame Street 10:00 Instructional Programs 2:00 Belly Dancing 2:30 New You 3:00 Antiques 3:30 Bumpity 4:00 Hodgepodge Lodge 4:30 Villa Alegre 5:00 Carrasclendas 5:30 Princess Ida (Gilbert & Sullivan's only 3-act comic opera, from KLRN Austin) 7:00 Firing Line (neurosurgeon Milton Heifitz and Karen Quinlan's doctor's lawyer Ralph Porzio square off on the subject as to whether terminally ill patients have the right to die) 8:00 Soundstage (the Pointer Sisters perform 40s swing and 50s scat tunes) 9:00 Movie "The Seventh Seal" (bw) KPTV 12-Ind 7:15 News 7:30 New Approaches to High School Learning (a look at a program where students seek new

experiences outside the classroom, and then do class projects on what they learned) 8:00 Columbia Crossroads 9:00 Gardening for Fun 10:00 12 in the Morning 10:30 Wally's Workshop 11:00 Garner Ted Armstrong 11:30 Modesto Rios noon Movie "Apache" 2:00 Virginian "Big Day, Great Day" 3:30 Daniel Boone 4:30 Sports Spectacular: US-USSR team boxing from MSG/Dixie 500 stock-car race 6:00 Movie "Heaven Knoes, Mr. Allison" 8:00 Night Gallery "A Midnight Visit to the Neighborhood Blood Bank"/a women's futuristic encounter with a friendly, but disturbing, couple 8:30 Portland Wrestling 10:00 News 10:30 Virginian mid. Don Kirshner's Rock Concert: guests Black Sabbath, New Birth, and Mahogany Rush RETRO: Phoenix AZ, Sunday December 4, 1949 I found the opening night schedule for KPHO-TV, from 5:30 pm until 10:00 pm signoff. It was the first television station in the entire state of Arizona. Source: Tucson Daily Citizen, 12/3/1949 5:30 Dedication Broadcast 6:20 The Philco Show 7:00 Central Arizona Light & Power Co. news 7:20 Plano Playhouse 7:30 This Show Business 8:00 Charlie Ruggles Show 8:30 Front Row Center 9:00 Fred Waring Show Retro: Northern Virginia Wednesday, Januaury 31, 1973 Northern Virginia TV Listings for Wednesday, January 31, 1973 from The Winchester, Virginia Evening Star and the archives of Cornwells TV Afternoon and Evenings only WSVA channel 3 ABC/NBC ( Harrisonburg )... 2:00 2:30 3:00 3:30 4:00 4:30 5:00 6:00 6:30 7:00 7:30 8:00 8:30 Newlywed game Dating Game General Hospital One Life To Live Love, American Style Beverly Hillbillies Daniel Boone WSVA News 60 ABC News Klassroom Kwiz Circus Paul Lynde Project WSVA

9:00 A.C.C. Basketball ( Maryland vs. NC State ) 11:00 WSVA News Final 11:30 Wide World of Entertainment

WRC channel 4 NBC ( Washington ) 2:00 2:30 3:00 3:30 4:00 4:30 6:00 6:30 7:00 7:30 8:00 8:30 10:00 11:00 11:30 1:00 Days Of Our Lives The Doctors Another World Return To Peyton Place Somerset The Mike Douglas Show News 4 Washington NBC News News 4 Washington The World Of Survival Adam-12 NBC Mystery Movie ( "The Naples Beat" with Richard Widmark ) Search News 4 Washington Johnny Carson Faith & Life

WTTG channel 5 ( Washington ) 2:00 3:30 4:00 4:30 5:30 6:00 6:30 7:00 7:30 8:00 8:30 10:00 11:00 Mid 12:30 Movie ( "The Heavenly Body" with Hedy Lamarr ) The Flintstones Petticoat Junction Star Trek Green Acres I Love Lucy Dick Van Dyke I Dream Of Jeannie That Girl Alfred Hitchcock Present Merv Griffin Ten O'Clock News with Maury Povich Perry Mason Alfred Hitchcock Present Movie ( "Riffraft" with Jean Harlow )

WINC cable 6 ( Winchester ) 2:00 4:00 4:30 6:30 7:00 7:30 10:00 JV Arthur Insurance Time & Temp Cornwells TV Community Happenings Film Joe Pasquali WHPL Record Hop with Mike & Pam Bell ( brother & sister ) Frederick County Board Of Supervisors Meeting Safeway ( whats on sale this week at Safeway )

10:30 JV Arthur Insurance Time & Temp

WMAL channel 7 ABC ( Washington ) 2:00 2:30 3:00 3:30 4:00 6:00 7:00 7:30 8:00 8:30 9:00 11:00 11:30 Newlywed Game Dating Game General Hospital One Life To Live Money Movie 7 ( "The Bad & The Beautiful" with Lana Turner ) The Scene Tonight ABC News Truth Or Consequences Lets Make A Deal Washington-A Living City A.C.C. Basketball ( Maryland vs. NC State ) The Scene Tonight Wide World Of Entertainment

WTOP channel 9 CBS ( Washington ) 2:00 2:30 3:00 3:30 4:00 4:30 5:30 7:00 7:30 8:00 9:00 10:00 11:00 11:30 1:30 Guiding Light Edge Of Night Love Is A Many Splend'd Thing The Secret Storm Dragnet The Wild Wild West Eyewitness News CBS News The Evil Touch Sonny & Cher Medical Center Cannon Eyewitness News Movie ( "Mongo's Back in Town" Telly Savalas ) Western Star Theatre

I am curious as to what the ABC network aired on this night, as it appears both affiliates resorted to airing different half-hour shows in the 8 PM hour prior to the ACC basketball game. I would imagine whatever was scheduled to air on ABC that night was quite long. ABC's Wednesday-night lineup at the time: 8 PM Paul Lynde 8:30 Wednesday Movie Of The Week (don't know what it was that particular evening) 10 PM Owen Marshall, Counselor At Law Retro: Montreal/Southern Quebec/Ottawa Sun, Nov 16, 1969 from Montreal Gazette

CBFT 2-Montreal/CBOFT 9-Ottawa (SRC) 9:00 Cours universitaires (bw) 10:30 Le Jour du Seigneur (bw) 11:30 Le francophonissime (bw) noon D'hier a demain (bw) 1:00 Les travaux et les jours (bw) 1:30 Langue vivante (bw) 2:00 CFL Eastern Final: Ottawa-Toronto (first of 2 games in the total-points series) 4:45 Echos du sport (bw) 5:00 5ieme dimension (bw) 6:00 Au pays des geants (Land of the Giants) 6:55 Le Telejournal (bw) 7:00 Quelle famille! 7:30 Zoom (guests France Gall, Renee Claude, Donald Lautrec, Dick Rivers, and Joel Denis) 8:30 Les Beaux Dimanches "L'odyssee sous-marine de Jacques Cousteau" (Undersea Odyssey of Jacques Cousteau), followed by a Jeunesses Musicales 20th anniversary special (both bw) 10:30 Prisme (bw) 11:00 Le Telejournal/Sports (bw) 11:30 Cinema documentaire "Annee 1918: le denouement" (bw/looking back at the last year of WWI) WCAX 3-CBS Burlington 9:00 Tom & Jerry 9:30 Batman 10:00 Lamp Unto My Feet 10:30 Look Up & Live 11:00 Camera 3 11:30 Faith for Today noon Face the Nation 12:30 This is the Life 1:00 NFL Pre-Game 1:30 NFL: New Orleans-NY Giants 4:00 NFL: Baltimore-San Francisco 7:00 You Can Quote Me 7:30 To Rome with Love 8:00 Ed Sullivan (guests Carol Lawrence, Douglas Fairbanks Jr, Jerry Lee Lewis, and Creedence Clearwater Revival) 9:00 Leslie Uggams (guests Dick Van Dyke, David Frye, and Ken Berry) 10:00 Mission: Impossible 11:00 News 11:15 Movie "The Black Rose" CBOT 4-Ottawa/CBMT 6-Montreal (CBC) 9:30 (4) Cartoons 10:00 (4) Hi Diddle Day 10:00 (6) Reach for the Top: Rosemount v Loyola 10:30 (4) Reach for the Top: Renfrew High v North Grenville 10:30 (6) This is the Life 11:00 Would You Believe? (bw) noon Let's Talk Music (bw/guests Dorothy Weldon (harp) and Arthur Garami (violin) 12:30 (4) Tween Set 12:30 (6) Quebec Today & Tomorrow (with Pequiste economic expert-and future leader-Jacques Parizeau) 1:00 Spotlight on Film (guest Czech director Jiri Trnka) 1:15 Gardening (looks at peat moss) 1:30 Country Calendar (bw)

2:00 CFL Eastern Final, Game 1: Ottawa-Toronto 4:30 Sports Week (bw) 5:00 Audubon Wildlife Theatre 5:30 Hymn Sing 6:00 Wonderful World of Disney (life and migration of a female falcon from Alaska to Florida) 7:00 Tommy Hunter 7:30 My World & Welcome to It (bw) 8:00 Ed Sullivan 9:00 Wayne & Shuster (the boys look at the Wonderful World of Sports, and show what really happens in "real life" commercials; Ian & Sylvia (Tyson) are guests) 10:00 Weekend (Apollo 12 update/federal Finance Minister Benson talks about reaction to the White Paper on taxation) 11:15 CBC National News 11:20 News (bw) 11:30 (6) Movie "Sergeant York" (bw) 11:40 (4) Movie "The General" (bw) WPTZ 5-NBC Plattsburgh 8:00 Morning Study 8:30 Rex Humbard 9:30 Oral Roberts 10:00 Film Shorts (bw) 10:15 Favorite Hymns 10:30 Modern Presents (bw) 11:00 This is the Life (bw) 11:30 Big Picture (bw) noon US Navy (bw) 12:30 Eternal Light (labor's challenges in the 70s) 1:00 Meet the Press 1:30 AFL: Kansas City-NY Jets 4:00 AFL: San Diego-Oakland 7:00 Wild Kingdom 7:30 Wonderful World of Disney (same as CBC) 8:30 Bill Cosby 9:00 Bonanza 10:00 Bold Ones 11:00 News 11:30 Movie "Going to Town" (bw) CHLT 7-SRC Sherbrooke 9:00 Cours universitaires (bw) 10:30 Le Jour du Seigneur (bw) 11:30 Le sel de la semaine (bw) 12:30 Notre region, notre defi (bw) 1:00 Les travaux et les jours (bw) 1:30 Langue vivante (bw) 2:00 CFL Eastern Final: Ottawa-Toronto (first of 2 games in the total-points series) 4:45 Echos du sport (bw) 5:00 5ieme dimension (bw) 6:00 L'education (bw) 6:30 Sur la corde raide (bw) 7:00 Quelle famille! 7:30 Zoom 8:30 Les Beaux Dimanches (bw) 10:30 Prisme (bw) 11:00 Le Telejournal/Sports (bw)

11:30 Cinema documentaire "Annee 1918: le denouement" (bw/looking back at the last year of WWI) CJOH-CTV: 8 Cornwall/13 Ottawa 8:00 Batman 8:30 Flintstones 9:00 Lassie 9:30 God is the Answer 10:30 Faith for Today 11:00 Smart Alec/Willy & Floyd (bw) noon Scene 1:00 Mr. Home Improvement 1:30 Movie "This Earth is Mine" 4:30 Question Period 5:00 Untamed World 5:30 The Saint 6:30 Don Messer's Jubilee 7:00 I Dream of Jeannie 7:30 Department S 8:30 Bewitched 9:00 W5 10:00 Marcus Welby, MD 11:00 CTV/Local News 11:45 Man in a Suitcase WMTW 8-ABC Poland Spring 7:15 Insight 7:45 Rusty Wellington (bw) 8:15 Cathedral of Tomorrow 9:15 Catholic Mass (bw) 10:00 George of the Jungle 10:30 Movie "Jack London's Tales of Adventure" (bw) noon US College Football 1:00 Outdoors 1:30 Issues & Answers 2:00 Movies "To Each His Own/"No Time for Love" (bw for both) 5:30 Here Come the Brides 6:30 Klassroom Kwiz 7:00 Land of the Giants 8:00 FBI 9:00 Movie "The Flight of the Phoenix" 11:45 News (bw) mid. Movie "Backfire" (bw) CFTM 10-TM Montreal 10:30 Regards sur le monde (bw) 11:30 Le temps s'ouvre noon Bon dimanche 1:30 Cinema "Flammes sur l'Asie" (bw) 3:15 Parti quebecois 3:30 Tele-quilles (Bowling) 4:30 Conquete de l'espace (I think this is an American series, but the name doesn't ring a bell) 5:00 L'education (bw) 5:30 Le Saint (bw/The Saint) 6:30 Music-Hall des jeunes 7:00 Le rideau s'ouvre

8:00 L'homme de fer (Ironside) 9:00 Quebec sait chanter 9:30 Hawai 5-0 (Hawaii Five-O) 10:30 Nouvelles (bw) 11:00 Franc-Parler (bw) mid. Cinema "La violetra" CKWS 11-CBC Kingston 11:00 Would You Believe? (bw) noon Cathedral of Tomorrow (bw) 1:00 Spotlight on Film 1:15 Gardening 1:30 Country Calendar (bw) 2:00 CFL Eastern Final, Game 1: Ottawa-Toronto 4:30 Sports Week (bw) 5:00 Audubon Wildlife Theatre 5:30 Hymn Sing 6:00 Wonderful World of Disney 7:00 Tommy Hunter 7:30 My World & Welcome to It (bw) 8:00 Ed Sullivan 9:00 Wayne & Shuster 10:00 Weekend 11:15 CBC National News 11:20 News (bw) 11:45 Under Attack (bw/former PM John Diefenbaker is in the hot seat) CFCF 12-CTV Montreal 8:30 Oral Roberts 9:00 Hercules 9:30 Barbie & Friends 10:30 Teledomenica (bw/Italian) 12:30 Continental Miniature (bw/Italian) 1:00 Alfred Hitchcock (bw/Italian) 1:30 Talk-In (topic: Does prejudice begin at church?) 2:00 Mr. Chips 2:30 Mr. Gardener 3:00 World Tomorrow (Prejudice is the topic here as well) 3:30 Pollution 4:00 It's a Small World 4:30 Question Period 5:00 Untamed World 5:30 I Dream of Jeannie 6:00 News 6:30 Marcus Welby, MD 7:30 Department S 8:30 Bewitched 9:00 W5 10:00 Playboy After Dark (guests Shari Lewis & Lambchop, Buddy Greco, Canned Heat, and Max Lerner) 11:00 CTV/Local News mid. Under Attack (bw/guest Paul Fromm, a right wing leader at Queen's University) WVNY 22-ABC Burlington 8:00 Bozo 9:00 Star Theater

9:30 Dudley Do Right 10:00 George of the Jungle 10:30 Fantastic Voyage 11:00 High School Football noon US College Football 1:00 High School Football 2:00 Movie "Hamlet" (bw) 4:00 Directions 4:30 Issues & Answers 5:00 Western Theatre 5:30 Bullwinkle 6:00 Discovery 6:30 Mr. Ed (bw) 7:00 Land of the Giants 8:00 FBI 9:00 Movie "The Flight of the Phoenix" 11:45 News WETK 33-NET Burlington no weekend programming Retro: Atlanta/Chattanooga/Macon Wednesday, November 13, 1974 From TV Guide, North Georgia Edition: WSB Ch. 2 Atlanta (NBC) 6 AM Navy Film 6:30 Arthur Smith 7 AM Today (Jim Hartz/Barbara Walters) 9 AM Today In Georgia (Milton Berle discusses his autobiography.) 10 AM Name That Tune (guest: Anna Maria Alberghetti) 10:30 Winning Streak 11 AM High Rollers 11:30 Hollywood Squares (guests: James Farentino, Harvey Korman, Marcia Wallace, Ed McMahon, Vincent Price, Jack Jones, Rose Marie) 12 N News 12:30 Merv Griffin (a fashion show with the wives of Bing Crosby, Johnny Carson, Sammy Davis Jr., George Hamilton) 2 PM Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 3:30 How To Survive A Marriage 4 PM Big Valley 5 PM Mod Squad 6 PM News 7 PM NBC News (John Chancellor) 7:30 Name That Tune 8 PM Little House On The Prairie 9 PM Movie: "Tony Rome" (Frank Sinatra) 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show

1 AM Tomorrow (topic: the existence of God) 2 AM News WRCB Ch. 3 Chattanooga (NBC) 6:30 Arthur Smith 7 AM Today 9 AM Phil Donahue (cookbook author Sophie Leavitt discusses cutting costs on food preparation) 10 AM Name That Tune 10:30 Winning Streak 11 AM High Rollers 11:30 Hollywood Squares 12 N News 12:30 Celebrity Sweepstakes (Joey Bishop, Peter Lawford, Don Adams, Carol Wayne, Barbara Feldon) 12:55 NBC News (Edwin Newman) 1 PM Jackpot! 1:30 Jeopardy! 2 PM Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 3:30 How To Survive A Marriage 4 PM Somerset 4:30 Flintstones 5 PM Gomer Pyle, USMC 5:30 Bewitched 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News 7 PM Truth Or Consequences 7:30 Price Is Right (Dennis James) 8 PM Little House On The Prairie 9 PM Lucas Tanner 10 PM Petrocelli 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show 1 AM Tomorrow WAGA Ch. 5 Atlanta (CBS) 5:30 Emory University 6 AM Sunrise Semester: "History Of African Civilization" 6:30 Captain Kangaroo (day-behind) 7:30 Atlanta A.M. 8 AM CBS News (Hughes Rudd) 9 AM Phil Donahue (psychotherapist Arnold Hutschnecker discusses his book "The Drive For Power") 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 Search For Tomorrow

1 PM What's My Line? (Peter Lawford, Melba Tolliver, Arlene Francis, Soupy Sales) 1:30 As The World Turns 2 PM Guiding Light 2:30 Edge Of Night 3 PM Price Is Right 3:30 Match Game '74 (Jo Ann Pflug, Patti Deutsch, Charlie Brill, Richard Dawson, Brett Somers, Richard Deacon) 4 PM Bewitched (guest: Jack Cassidy) 4:30 Mike Douglas (the Hudson Brothers are co-hosts; guests: former White House press secretary Jerald terHorst, Bobby Van and Elaine Joyce, Minnie Riperton) 6 PM News 7 PM CBS News (Walter Cronkite) 7:30 Wild Wild World Of Animals 8 PM Sandy Duncan Special (guests: Gene Kelly, John Davidson, Paul Lynde, Valerie Armstrong) 9 PM Cannon 10 PM The Manhunter 11 PM News 11:30 Movie: "The One-Eyed Soldiers" WGTV Ch. 8 Athens/Atlanta (PBS) In-school programs until 4 PM Sesame Street 5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 5:30 Zoom 6 PM Sesame Street 7 PM Yoga For Health 7:30 Georgia Forum (topic: the energy crisis) 8:30 Family Theatre: "A Little Princess" (Part 2) 9:30 David Castle In Concert (pop-classical fusion) 10 PM The Elders (senior citizens, not a family by that name) sign off 11 PM WTVC Ch. 9 Chattanooga (ABC) 7 AM Music Place 7:30 News 8 AM New Zoo Revue 8:30 Funtime 9:30 Movie: "Send Me No Flowers" 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 Newlywed Game 2:30 The Girl In My Life 3 PM General Hospital 3:30 One Life To Live 4 PM $10,000 Pyramid (Garry Moore, Jo Ann Pflug) 4:30 Lassie

5 PM Beverly Hillbillies 5:30 The Lucy Show 6 PM News 6:30 ABC News (Howard K. Smith/Harry Reasoner) 7 PM Raymond Burr (Ironside) 8 PM That's My Mama 8:30 ABC Movie: "The Gun" (follows a gun from manufacture through a succession of owners, each of whom has a different reason to use it) 10 PM Get Christie Love! (Frank Sinatra Jr. appears) 11 PM News 11:30 Wide World Special: "James Dean: Memories Of A Gentle Rebel" WXIA Ch. 11 Atlanta (ABC) 7 AM Rise And Shine 8 AM Green Acres 8:30 Dick Van Dyke 9 AM Dinah! (Lucille Ball, George C. Scott and wife Trish Van Devere) 10:30 $10,000 Pyramid (day-behind) 11 AM One Life To Live (day-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 Newlywed Game 2:30 Truth Or Consequences 3 PM General Hospital 3:30 Movie: "Divorce American Style" 5:30 Dealer's Choice 6 PM News 6:30 ABC News 7 PM Concentration 7:30 Dealer's Choice 8 PM That's My Mama 8:30 ABC Movie: "The Gun" 10 PM Get Christie Love! 11 PM News 11:30 Bonanza 12:30 Wide World Special: "James Dean: Memories Of A Gentle Rebel" 2 AM News WDEF Ch. 12 Chattanooga (CBS) 6:25 Farm Report 6:30 Sunrise Semester 7 AM Morning Show 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 CBS News 12 N News 12:25 Paul Harvey 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 '74 4 PM Tattletales (Rona Barrett and Bill Trowbridge, Bobby Troup and Julie London) 4:30 Merv Griffin (Stanley Kramer, director William Wellman) 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Mod Squad 8 PM Sandy Duncan Special 9 PM Cannon 10 PM The Manhunter 11 PM News 11:30 CBS Movie: "Day Of The Evil Gun" WMAZ Ch. 13 Macon (CBS/ABC) 6:50 Story Of Jesus 6:55 Robins Profile/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 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 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 Match Game '74 4 PM Tattletales 4:30 Bonanza 5:30 To Tell The Truth (Bill Cullen, Peggy Cass, Alan Alda, Kitty Carlisle) 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Truth Or Consequences 7:30 Hollywood Squares (Alan King, Redd Foxx, Michael Landon, Totie Fields, Vincent Price, Karen Valentine, Suzanne Pleshette, Charley

Weaver, Paul Lynde) 8 PM Sandy Duncan Special 9 PM Cannon 10 PM The Manhunter 11 PM News 11:30 CBS Movie: "Day Of The Evil Gun" 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 Villa Alegre 6 PM Electric Company 6:30 Zoom 7 PM Audubon Wildlife Theatre 7:30 Georgia Forum 8:30 Little Women 9 PM Great Performances: Herbert von Karajan conducts the Berlin Philharmonic in a performance of Beethoven's Fifth Symphony. 10 PM Georgia Highlights (highlights of Georgia-Florida) sign off 11 PM WTCG (WPCH) Ch. 17 Atlanta (Ind.) 5:55 News 6:15 Del Reeves' Country Carnival 6:30 Romper Room 7 AM Three Stooges/Little Rascals 8:30 Mister Ed 9 AM Flipper 9:30 Andy Griffith 10 AM Movie: "The Fighting 69th" 12 N The Lucy Show (guest: Mel Torme) 12:30 Beat The Clock (guest: Buddy Greco) 1 PM Movie: "A Touch Of Larceny" 3 PM Speed Racer 3:30 Flintstones 4 PM Gilligan's Island 4:30 Leave It To Beaver 5 PM I Love Lucy (Hans Conried as an English tutor hired to teach proper English to the Ricardos and Mertzes before Little Ricky is born) 5:30 Beverly Hillbillies 6 PM Gomer Pyle, USMC 6:30 That Girl (guest: Cloris Leachman) 7 PM Hogan's Heroes 7:30 Andy Griffith 8 PM Father Knows Best 8:30 The Lucy Show (guest: Claude Akins) 9 PM Movie: "Run Of The Arrow" 11 PM The Saint

12 M Movie: "Shake Hands With The Devil" 2:10 Movie: "A Touch Of Larceny" 4:05 News 4:20 Movie: "Abbott And Costello Meet Captain Kidd" (played by Charles Laughton) WETV (WPBA) Ch. 30 Atlanta (PBS) In-school programs until 4 PM Sesame Street 5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 5:30 Villa Alegre 6 PM Electric Company 6:30 Zoom 7 PM Turning Points 7:30 Cinema Showcase 8 PM Men Who Made The Movies (director George Cukor) 9 PM Soundstage (salute to Muddy Waters, with Johnny Winter, Mike Bloomfield, Junior Wells, Dr. John, and Willie Dixon) 10 PM Nova (communication by scent) 11 PM Captioned ABC News sign off 11:30 PM WCWB (WMGT) Ch. 41 Macon (NBC) 7 AM Today 9 AM Phil Donahue 10 AM Name That Tune 10:30 Winning Streak 11 AM High Rollers 11:30 Hollywood Squares 12 N Jackpot! 12:30 Celebrity Sweepstakes 12:55 NBC News 1 PM Anne Johnson 1:30 Jeopardy! 2 PM Days Of Our Lives 2:30 The Doctors 3 PM Another World 3:30 How To Survive A Marriage 4 PM Somerset 4:30 Animal World 5 PM The Virginian 6:30 NBC News 7 PM I Dream Of Jeannie 7:30 Marshal Dillon 8 PM Little House On The Prairie 9 PM Lucas Tanner 10 PM Petrocelli 11 PM Rifleman 11:30 Tonight Show WTCI Ch. 45 Chattanooga (PBS)

In-school programs until 3 PM Human Relations And Motivations 3:30 Lilias, Yoga And You 4 PM Sesame Street 5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 5:30 Villa Alegre 6 PM Electric Company 6:30 Zoom 7 PM Plants, Gardens, Etc. 7:30 Book Beat (Frederick Forsyth discusses "The Dogs Of War") 8 PM Men Who Made The Movies 9 PM Aesthetic Venture 9:30 Air Pollution: What One City Did 10 PM English WHAE (WGCL) Ch. 46 Atlanta (Ind.) 6:30 New Zoo Revue 7 AM Bozo's Big Top 7:30 Porky Pig 8 AM Dennis The Menace 8:30 Real McCoys 9 AM Movie: "The Kentuckian" 11 AM Lone Ranger 11:30 Mayberry R.F.D. 12 N 700 Club 1:30 It's A New Day 2 PM Bozo's Big Top 2:30 Porky Pig 3 PM Jeff's Collie 3:30 Dr. Kildare 4:30 To Tell The Truth (Nipsey Russell, Kitty Carlisle, Bill Cullen, Peggy Cass) 5 PM Real McCoys 5:30 Room 222 6 PM Movie: "Silk Stockings" 8 PM 700 Club 9:30 George And Diane Ivey 10 PM Kathryn Kuhlman 10:30 Charisma 11 PM Mayberry R.F.D. 11:30 Honeymooners WRIP (WDSI) Ch. 61 Chattanooga (Ind.) 1 PM Star And Story 1:30 Peter Gunn 2 PM Four Star Theatre 2:30 Porky Pig 3 PM Gigantor 3:30 Bugs Bunny 4 PM Little Rascals 4:30 Three Stooges

5 PM TV Bingo 6 PM Peter Gunn 6:30 Biography (Mike Wallace narrates Part 1 of two on Winston Churchill) 7 PM Robin Hood 7:30 Cartoon Carnival 8:30 Star Performance sign off 9 PM Retro: Atlanta/Chattanooga/Macon Monday, August 18, 1980 Countdown two weeks to the WSB/WXIA switch, but Channel 2 is already running some ABC daytime shows, while Channel 11 is doing the same with NBC. These will be noted in parentheses. From TV Guide, North Georgia Edition: WSB Ch. 2 Atlanta (NBC) 6 AM Sunday News Conference (repeat of the broadcast that aired the previous night at 6:30) 6:30 Arthur Smith 7 AM Today (Tom Brokaw) 9 AM Family Feud (ABC) 9:30 Edge Of Night (ABC) 10 AM Mike Douglas 11 AM Love Boat (ABC) 12 N News 12:30 Mary Tyler Moore 1 PM Days Of Our Lives 2 PM One Life To Live (ABC) 3 PM General Hospital (ABC) 4 PM Bionic Woman 5 PM Happy Days Again 5:30 M*A*S*H 6 PM News 7 PM NBC News (John Chancellor) 7:30 3's A Crowd (Barris' controversial game show is winding down; a nighttime "Feud" will begin airing in September on Ch. 2.) 8 PM Little House On The Prairie 10 PM Mark Twain's America 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show (a repeat) 1 AM Tomorrow 2 AM News WRCB Ch. 3 Chattanooga (NBC) 5:25 Romper Room 5:55 700 Club 6:55 News For Little People 7 AM Today 9 AM Mike Douglas 10 AM David Letterman 11 AM Wheel Of Fortune

11:30 Password Plus 12 N News 12:30 The Doctors 1 PM Days Of Our Lives 2 PM Another World 3 PM Texas 4 PM Bugs Bunny & Friends 4:55 News For Little People 5 PM Starsky & Hutch 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News 7 PM What's Happening!! 7:30 M*A*S*H 8 PM Little House On The Prairie 10 PM Mark Twain's America 11 PM News 11:30 Tonight Show 1 AM Tomorrow WAGA Ch. 5 Atlanta (CBS) 6:30 Summer Semester: "Reading For Parent And Child" 7 AM Morning With Bob Schieffer 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Donahue 10 AM The Jeffersons 10:30 Alice 11 AM Price Is Right 12 N News 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM Young And The Restless 2 PM As The World Turns 3 PM Guiding Light 4 PM Good Times 4:30 John Davidson 6 PM News 7 PM CBS News (Walter Cronkite) 7:30 PM Magazine 8 PM Flo 8:30 WKRP In Cincinnati 9 PM M*A*S*H 9:30 House Calls 10 PM Lou Grant 11 PM News 11:30 Maude 12 M CBS Movie: "Ode To A Dying Love" (pilot for the 1972 ABC series "Jigsaw") 2:10 News WGTV Ch. 8 Athens/Atlanta (PBS) 4 PM Sesame Street 5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 5:30 Villa Alegre 6 PM Big Blue Marble

6:30 Basic Banjo 7 PM Yoga For Health (Ch. 8 got more than its money's worth from Richard Hittelman; it must have run this show at least a dozen times.) 7:30 Behind The News 8 PM National Geographic: "Mysteries Of The Mind" 9 PM The Predators 10 PM Jazz At The Maintenace Shop 11 PM Evening At Pops (guests: the Mills Brothers) sign off 12 M WGN Ch. 9 Chicago (Ind.) Listed Eastern time 6:55 Top O' The Morning 7:25 News 7:30 Starblazers 8 AM Ray Rayner 9 AM Bozo's Circus 10 AM Movie: "Claudia" 12 N Donahue 1 PM Mike Douglas 2:30 Love, American Style 3 PM Maude 3:30 Dennis The Menace 4 PM Bugs Bunny & Friends 5 PM Gilligan's Island 5:30 I Dream Of Jeannie 6 PM McHale's Navy 6:30 My Three Sons 7 PM Andy Griffith 7:30 Dick Van Dyke 8 PM Summershow 1980: "Gossip From The Forest," a drama about the signing of the armistice in 1918 9:30 Maude 10 PM News 11 PM Dick Van Dyke 11:30 Prisoner: Cell Block H 12 M Movie: "The Glass Menagerie" (1950 version with Gertrude Lawrence) 2:10 News 2:40 The FBI 3:40 Zane Grey Theater WTVC Ch. 9 Chattanooga (ABC) 6 AM PTL Club 7 AM Good Morning America (David Hartman) 9 AM Donahue 10 AM Dinah! & Friends 11 AM Love Boat 12 N Family Feud 12:30 Ryan's Hope

1 PM All My Children 2 PM One Life To Live 3 PM General Hospital 4 PM Edge Of Night 4:30 John Davidson 6 PM News 6:30 ABC News (Reynolds/Jennings/ Robinson) 7 PM My Three Sons 7:30 Andy Griffith 8 PM That's Incredible! 9 PM Heroes Of Rock 'n' Roll 11 PM News 11:30 Nightline 11:50 Barney Miller (2 episodes, each 35 minutes) 1 AM News WXIA Ch. 11 Atlanta (ABC) 5:15 PTL Club 6:15 Country Music Time 6:45 Today With Hal (Suit) & Guy (Sharpe) 7 AM Good Morning America 9 AM Medical Center 10 AM David Letterman (NBC) 11 AM Joker's Wild (why isn't Wheel here? Ch. 11 is going to air "Hour Magazine" at this time come Sept. Cool 11:30 The Doctors (NBC, day-behind, will be made up on Sept. 1 with an 11:30 episode, followed by the in-pattern 12:30 one) 12 N News 12:30 Ryan's Hope 1 PM All My Children 2 PM Another World (NBC) 3 PM Texas (NBC) 4 PM Space: 1999 5 PM Jim Rockford, Private Investigator ("Rockford Files" reruns) 6 PM News 7 PM ABC News 7:30 Tic Tac Dough (in the May 1980 sweeps this was Ch. 11's only consistent timeslot winner) 8 PM That's Incredible! 9 PM A Time For Love (sponsored by Children's Village USA, a California facility for abused children) 11 PM News 11:30 Dave Allen At Large 12 M Nightline 12:20 Barney Miller (2 episodes, 35 minutes each)

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 Alice 11 AM Price Is Right 12 N News 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM Young And The Restless 2 PM As The World Turns 3 PM Guiding Light 4 PM Cross-Wits 4:30 Gunsmoke 5:30 I Dream Of Jeannie 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News 7 PM The Rookies 8 PM Flo 8:30 WKRP In Cincinnati 9 PM M*A*S*H 9:30 House Calls 10 PM Lou Grant 11 PM News 11:30 Harry O 12:40 CBS Movie: "Dr. Strange" (this is a '78 TV movie, not to be confused with "Dr. Strangelove") 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 10 AM Let's Talk It Over 10:30 Alice 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: "Joey And Redhawk," Part 1 of 5 4:30 I Love Lucy 5 PM Gunsmoke 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Beverly Hillbillies

7:30 Tic Tac Dough 8 PM Flo 8:30 WKRP In Cincinnati 9 PM M*A*S*H 9:30 House Calls 10 PM Lou Grant 11 PM News 11:30 Harry O 12:40 CBS Movie: "Dr. Strange" WDCO Ch. 15 (WMUM Ch. 29) Cochran/ WCLP (WNGH) Ch. 18 Chatsworth (PBS) 3:30 Over Easy 4 PM Sesame Street 5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 5:30 Electric Company 6 PM Zoom 6:30 Over Easy 7 PM By-Line (Shelley Winters discusses her autobiography; she does the same thing on Dick Cavett's show on Ch. 30 at the same time.) 7:30 MacNeil/Lehrer Report 8 PM National Geographic 9 PM Dolphin (the sea creatures, not some Miami football player) 10 PM Jazz At The Maintenance Shop 11 PM Dick Cavett (rerun of the Shelley Winters interview from earlier this evening) sign off 11:30 PM WTBS (WPCH) Ch. 17 Atlanta (Ind.) 6 AM World At Large 6:30 Love, American Style 7 AM Funtime 8 AM Hazel 8:30 The Lucy Show 9 AM Family Affair 9:30 Green Acres 10 AM Movie: "Four Daughters" 12 N Freeman Reports (CNN's Sandi Freeman) 1 PM Movie: "Mozambique" 2:50 Funtime 3:30 Banana Splits 4 PM Flintstones 4:30 Gilligan's Island 5 PM My Three Sons 5:30 I Dream Of Jeannie 6 PM Andy Griffith 6:30 I Love Lucy 7 PM Hogan's Heroes 7:30 All In The Family 8 PM Love, American Style 8:30 Summershow 1980 (see 8 PM WGN)

10 PM News 11 PM Lorne Greene's Last Of The Wild 11:30 Movie: "Legend Of The Lost" 1:35 Movie: "All Hands On Deck" 3:35 Rat Patrol 4:05 Movie: "Don't Knock The Rock" (a piece of nostalgia--Bill Haley and the Comets are in this one) WETV (WPBA) Ch. 30 Atlanta (PBS) 8:15 A.M. Weather 8:30 Rebop 9 AM Sesame Street 10 AM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 10:30 Electric Company 11 AM Sesame Street 12 N off the air 4 PM Sesame Street 5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 5:30 Electric Company 6 PM Another Voice 6:30 Over Easy 7 PM Dick Cavett 7:30 MacNeil/Lehrer Report 8 PM Take 30 8:30 Old Friends, New Friends 9 PM Nova 10 PM The Predators 11 PM Dick Cavett 11:30 Captioned ABC News sign off 12 M WATL Ch. 36 Atlanta (Ind.) 7 AM PTL Club 9 AM Prophecy In The News 9:30 Wanted: Dead Or Alive 10 AM Body Buddies 10:30 Religion 11 AM PTL Club 1 PM Liberty Temple 1:30 Health Field 2 PM Travel Log 2:30 New Zoo Revue 3 PM Bullwinkle 3:30 Rocky And His Friends 3:45 Underdog 4 PM Dudley Do-Right 4:30 Beatles And Cool McCool 5 PM Robin Hood 5:30 CBS Afternoon Playhouse (see 4 PM Ch. 13) 6 PM Entertainment Page 6:30 Peter Gunn 7 PM Wanted: Dead Or Alive

7:30 Munson On Sports 8 PM Movie: "Our Town" 10 PM WCT Tennis: Jimmy Connors vs. John Alexander 11 PM Entertainment Page 11:30 Robin Hood sign off 12 M WCWB (WMGT) Ch. 41 Macon (NBC) 6 AM PTL Club 7 AM Today 9 AM PTL Club continues 10 AM David Letterman 11 AM Wheel Of Fortune 11:30 Noon Over Middle Georgia 11:45 News 12 N Card Sharks 12:30 The Doctors 1 PM Days Of Our Lives 2 PM Another World 3 PM Texas 4 PM Password Plus 4:30 Bewitched 5 PM Emergency! 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News 7 PM Come Love The Children 8 PM Little House On The Prairie 10 PM Mark Twain's America 11 PM Gomer Pyle, USMC 11:30 Tonight Show WANX (WGCL) Ch. 46 Atlanta (Ind.) 6 AM News 6:30 Ross Bagley 7 AM Porky & Popeye 8 AM Mighty Mouse 8:30 Mister Ed 9 AM Big Valley 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 (Ch. 11 had tried this on its afternoon schedule in the fall of '78, pushing "General Hospital" to 9:30 AM-the plan bombed; Luke and Laura were starting to get popular.) 4 PM Tom & Jerry 5 PM Batman

5:30 Car 54, Where Are You? 6 PM Emergency! 7 PM Streets Of San Francisco 8 PM Honeymooners 8:30 Best Of Jackie Gleason 9 PM 700 Club 10 PM Independent Network News 10:30 700 Club continues 11 PM Rifleman 11:30 Mayberry R.F.D. 12 M News What did the fall schedules look like for the Atlanta network affiliates after the switch between 2 and 11 (if you have them)? WSB Mon 8 PM That's Incredible! 9 PM Monday Night Football Tue 8 PM Happy Days 8:30 Laverne & Shirley 9 PM Three's Company 9:30 Too Close For Comfort 10 PM Hart To Hart Wed 8 PM Eight Is Enough 9 PM Taxi 9:30 Soap 10 PM Vega$ Thu 8 PM Mork & Mindy 8:30 Bosom Buddies 9 PM Barney Miller 9:30 It's A Living 10 PM 20/20 Fri 8 PM Benson 8:30 I'm A Big Girl Now 9 PM ABC Friday Night Movie Sat 8 PM Breaking Away 9 PM Love Boat 10 PM Fantasy Island Sun 7 PM Those Amazing Animals 8 PM Charlie's Angels 9 PM ABC Sunday Night Movie WAGA Mon 8 PM Flo 8:30 Ladies' Man 9 PM M*A*S*H 9:30 House Calls 10 PM Lou Grant Tue 8 PM White Shadow 9 PM CBS Tuesday Night Movies

Wed 8 PM Enos 9 PM CBS Wednesday Night Movies Thu 8 PM The Waltons 9 PM Magnum, P.I. 10 PM Knots Landing Fri 8 PM Incredible Hulk 9 PM Dukes Of Hazzard 10 PM Dallas Sat 8 PM WKRP In Cincinnati 8:30 Tim Conway Show 9 PM Freebie And The Bean 10 PM Secrets Of Midland Heights Sun 7 PM 60 Minutes 8 PM Archie Bunker's Place 8:30 One Day At A Time 9 PM Alice 9:30 The Jeffersons 10 PM Trapper John, M.D. WXIA Mon 8 PM Little House On The Prairie 9 PM NBC Monday Night At The Movies Tue 8 PM Lobo 9 PM BJ And The Bear 10 PM Steve Allen Comedy Hour (aired intermittently from September to December) Wed 8 PM Real People 9 PM Diff'rent Strokes 9:30 Facts Of Life 10 PM Quincy Thu 8 PM Games People Play 9 PM NBC Thursday Night At The Movies Fri 8 PM Marie (Osmond) 9 PM Speak Up America 10 PM NBC Magazine With David Brinkley

Sat 8 PM Barbara Mandrell & The Mandrell Sisters 9 PM Walking Tall 10 PM Hill Street Blues (actually didn't debut until January 1981) Sun 7 PM Disney's Wonderful World 8 PM CHiPS 9 PM The Big Event An actors' strike delayed the start of the 1980-81 season; what I have here are the schedules as given by Brooks and Marsh. These are from 7 AM:

WSB 7 AM Good Morning America 9 AM Family Feud 9:30 Edge Of Night 10 AM Mike Douglas 11 AM Love Boat 12 N News 12:30 Ryan's Hope 1 PM All My Children 2 PM One Life To Live 3 PM General Hospital 4 PM Bionic Woman 5 PM Happy Days Again 5:30 M*A*S*H 6 PM News 7 PM ABC News 7:30 Family Feud WAGA 7 AM CBS News 8 AM Captain Kangaroo 9 AM Donahue 10 AM The Jeffersons 10:30 Alice 11 AM Price Is Right 12 N News 12:30 Search For Tomorrow 1 PM Young And The Restless 2 PM As The World Turns 3 PM Guiding Light 4 PM Good Times 4:30 John Davidson 6 PM News 7 PM CBS News 7:30 PM Magazine WXIA 7 AM Today 9 AM Wheel Of Fortune 9:30 Password Plus 10 AM David Letterman 11 AM Hour Magazine 12 N News 12:30 The Doctors 1 PM Days Of Our Lives 2 PM Another World 3 PM Texas 4 PM Star Trek 5 PM Rockford Files 6 PM News 7 PM NBC News 7:30 Tic Tac Dough Retro: Calgary Sat, Nov 16, 1974 from Calgary Herald Spokane channels listed MT

CFAC 2/cable 7-CBC Calgary (CFAC would drop CBC the following September when CBRT 9 launched) 6:30 Pinocchio 7:00 Lassie 7:30 Aquaman 8:00 Superman 8:30 Batman 9:00 Flintstones 10:00 Movie "Gay Purr-ee" 10:30 Safety Roundup 11:30 Alphabet Soup noon Safety Roundup 12:30 Spiderman 1:00 International Badminton: Indonesia v Canada 3:00 Wrestling 4:00 Bugs Bunny 5:00 Texas Wheelers 5:30 Bob Newhart 6:00 Hockey Night in Canada: NY Rangers-Montreal (the teams tied 4-4, info from www.databasehockey.com) 8:30 Ceilidh 9:00 Movie "The People Next Door" 11:00 The National 11:15 Provincial Affairs 11:20 Movie "The World of Henry Orient" 1:30 Movie "Thunder Alley" KREM 2/cable 12-ABC Spokane (they would switch affiliations with KXLY in August 1976 after CBS pulled their affiliation from ch 4 due to excessive pre-emptions of network programs) 8:00 Yogi Bear 8:30 Bugs Bunny 9:00 Hong Kong Phooey 9:30 Lidsville 10:00 Devlin 10:30 Korg 11:00 Super Friends noon Those are the Days 12:30 NCAA Football: teams TBA 4:30 Boxing (no info listed) 5:30 Lucky Jim 6:00 ABC Wide World of Sports: World Gymnastics Championships/Ken Carter daredevil auto jump from Islip NY 7:30 Reasoner Report 8:00 World at War 9:00 Movie "Where Eagles Dare" mid. World Tonight 12:15 ABC News 12:30 Movie "Flaming Star" CFCN 4/cable 5-CTV Calgary 6:55 Thought for the Day 7:00 University of the Air "Contemporary Canadian Painters" 7:30 Rupert Bear 8:00 Hound Cat 8:30 Sea Lab 2020

9:00 Roman Holidays 9:30 Santa Claus Parade (Calgary?) 10:30 Star Trek 11:30 Hudson Brothers noon Buckshot 12:30 Survival 1:00 Travel '74 (visiting Miami Beach) 1:30 Sports Digest 2:00 Wrestling 3:00 Roller Derby 4:00 Outdoor Sportsman (on the hunt for Hawaiian gamefish) 4:30 CTV Wide World of Sports: events TBA 6:00 CFCN News 6:10 Oil Report 6:30 Kingo Bingo (TV Bingos seemed to be popular with many stations...fellow CTVers CKY and MCTV still air them to this day) 7:00 Osmond Brothers 8:00 Oom Pa Pa (guest Dale Wendel) 8:30 Banjo Parlor 9:00 Movie "High Plains Drifter" 11:00 CTV National News 11:20 CFCN News 11:30 Cliff Edwards mid. Movie "Seven Against the Sun" 2:00 Movie "Stage Struck" KXLY 4/cable 9-CBS Spokane 8:15 Summer Semester 8:45 Sunday School of the Air 9:00 Speed Buggy 9:30 Scooby-Doo 10:00 Cartoons 10:30 Partridge Family 11:00 Valley of the Dinosaurs 11:30 Shazzam noon Harlem Globetrotters 12:30 Hudson Brothers 1:00 Archie 1:30 CBS Children's Film Festival 2:30 Sports Spectacular: Brunswick World Open pro bowling 4:00 Wrestling 5:00 World of Survival 5:30 Bobby Goldsboro 6:00 That (Good Ole) Nashville Music 6:30 Porter Wagoner 7:00 Buck Owens 7:30 Lawrence Welk 8:30 All in the Family 9:00 Movie "Night Slaves" 10:30 Bob Newhart 11:00 Carol Burnett mid. Scene Tonight 12:30 Movie "Up Periscope" CKRD 6-CBC Red Deer 9:00 Gospel Echos (for 2 hrs?, next listing was at 11)

11:00 Kinsmen TV Auction 6:00 HNIC: Rangers-Montreal 8:30 Ceilidh 9:00 Kinsmen TV Auction 11:00 The National 11:15 Provincial Affairs 11:20 Night Editor 11:35 Kinsmen TV Auction KSPS 7/cable 3-PBS Spokane (Calgary cable didn't carry KHQ 6 at the time) 9:00 Carrascolendas 9:30 Zoom 10:00 Misterogers' Neighborhood 10:30 Villa Alegre 11:00 Sesame Street noon Electric Company 12:30 Walsh's Animals 1:00 Carrascolendas 1:30 Zoom 2:00 Misterogers' Neighborhood 2:30 Villa Alegre 3:00 Sesame Street 4:00 Electric Company 4:30 Walsh's Animals 5:00 Washington Week in Review 5:30 Wall Street Week 6:00 Spokane High School Football Cable 10-Calgary 7pm I, Being a Girl 7:30 Salt of the Earth 8:00 Sexual Issues on Trial (guests Dr. Sol Gordon who sez how sex can be fun Grin, and Dr. Truman Madson who talks about "The Divinity of Sex") CBXFT 11/cable 11-SRC Edmonton (via microwave, CBRFT 16 didn't sign-on until July 1977) 9:00 Pepinot 9:30 Yogi l'ours (Yogi Bear) 10:00 Poly en Tunisie 10:30 Lassie 11:00 L'Odyssee noon Les heros au samedi: Quebec bantam youth football is featured this week 1:00 Femme d'aujourd'hui 2:00 Atome et galaxies 2:30 Cinema-Jeunesse 4:00 Bagatelle (this cartoon anthology, which carried a combo of European and dubbed US/Canadian cartoons, aired on SRC for many years...the show's opening, reportedly animated (or at least directed) by Oscar winner Frederic Back, can be seen at http://www.youtube.com/watch? v=XJ0dWFZPIRM) 5:00 Declic 5:30 Le Telejournal 6:00 La Soiree du Hockey: Rangers-Montreal 8:30 Arsene Lupin 9:30 Sportheque 10:30 Le Telejournal 11:00 Cinema "Massacre d'Hudson River"

Other Calgary cable channels: 2 CHFM-FM 4 CJSW-FM 6 Time/Weather/Movies 13 Access Calgary (educational) Hawaii, November 28-December 2, 1988 From The Honolulu Advertiser/Star-Bulletin TV Week Part 1: The VHFs 2-KHON (NBC) Weekdays 5AM NBC News 6AM Today 8AM Family Medical Center 8:30 Wipeout 9AM Sale of The Century 9:30 Classic Concentration 10AM Wheel of Fortune 10:30 Win, Lose, or Draw 11AM Super Password 11:30 Scrabble 12Noon Days of our Lives 1PM Another World 2PM Santa Barbara 3PM Donahue 4PM Oprah Winfrey 5PM Jeopardy 5:30 NBC Nightly News 6PM Channel 2 News 6:30 Wheel of Fortune 7PM NBC Primetime 10PM Channel 2 News 10:30 USA Today 11PM Tonight Show 12Mid Late Night with Letterman 1AM Later with Bob Costas 1:30 Sally Jessy Raphael 2AM Love Boat Monday (November 28th) 7PM Alf 7:30 Hogan Family 8PM NBC Movie: "Shootdown" (Made for TV, 1988; Network premiere) Tuesday (November 29th) 7PM Matlock 8PM NBC Movie: "The Delta Force" (1986; Network premiere) Wednesday (November 30th) 7PM Unsolved Mysteries 8PM Night Court 8:30 Baby Boom

9PM Tattingers Thursday (December 1st) 7PM Cosby Show 7:30 Different World 8PM Cheers 8:30 Dear John 9PM LA Law Friday (December 2nd) 7PM KHON Special: "Cocaine: The End of the Line" 8PM Something is Out There 9PM Miami Vice 1:30AM Friday Night Videos 4-KITV (ABC) Weekdays 5:30 ABC News This Morning 6AM Good Morning America 8AM 700 Club 9AM Newlywed Game 9:30 Dating Game 10AM The Judge 10:30 Divorce Court 11AM Growing Pains 11:30 Home 12Noon News 12:30 All My Children 1:30 One Life To Live 2:30 General Hospital 3:30 Diff'rent Strokes 4PM Facts of Life 4:30 Family Feud 5PM News 5:30 ABC News 6PM News 6:30 Win, Lose, or Draw 7PM ABC Primetime 10PM News 10:30 Night Court 11PM Nightline 11:30 Gong Show 12Mid That's Incredible Monday (November 28th) 6PM Monday Night Football: Los Angeles Raiders at Seattle Seahawks (Satellite delay) 9:30 Night Court Tuesday (November 29th) 7PM Who's The Boss 7:30 Roseanne 8PM ABC Special: "The 50th Barbara Walters Special" Wednesday (November 30th) 7PM Growing Pains

7:30 Head of The Class 8PM Wonder Years (Season Premiere) 8:30 Hooperman (Season Premiere) 9PM China Beach (Season Premiere) Thursday (December 1st) 7PM Knightwatch 8PM Dynasty 9PM ABC Special: "Burning Questions" (A look into problems at the Military procurment system) Friday (December 2nd) 7PM ABC Special: "Muppet Family Christmas" 8PM Just The Ten Of Us 8:30 Portraits of Paradise 9PM 20/20 (Arnold Schwarzenegger is profiled) 12:30 Infomercial 5-KFVE (Independent) Weekdays 5AM Travel programs 6AM Traffic Report 7AM Basic Training: The Workout 7:30 Jimmy Swaggart 8AM Mary Tyler Moore 8:30 Bob Newhart 9AM Tic Tac Dough 9:30 Joker's Wild 10AM Cannon 11AM Ironside 12Noon Perry Mason 1PM Trapper John, MD 2PM St. Elsewhere 3PM Tom & Jerry 3:30 Gilligan's Island 4PM Emergency 5PM A Team 6PM Fall Guy 7PM St. Elsewhere 8PM Movie 10PM Mary Tyler Moore 10:30 Movie 12:30AM Improv Tonite 1AM Fame 1:30 Travel programs Monday (November 28th) 8PM "The Grey Fox" 10:30 "Six Pack Annie" Tuesday (November 29th) 8PM "Too Scared to Scream" 10:30 "Night of The Hunter" Wednesday (November 30th) 8PM "The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie"

10:30 "Tell Me That You Love Me" Thursday (December 1st) 8PM "The Empty Beach" 10:30 "Thin Ice" Friday (December 2nd) 8PM "The Kentuckian" 10:30 "Run Silent, Run Deep" 9-KGMB (CBS) Weekdays 5:30AM Benson 6AM This Morning 8AM Hour Magazine 9AM Superior Court 9:30 Group One Medical 10AM Price Is Right 11AM Family Feud 11:30 Love Connection 12Noon Guiding Light 1PM Young & the Restless 2PM Bold & The Beautiful 2:30 As The World Turns 3:30 People's Court 4PM Geraldo 5PM KGMB 9 News 5:30 CBS Evening News 6PM KGMB 9 News 6:30 Cosby Show 7PM CBS Primetime 10PM KGMB 9 News 10:30 Cheers 11PM Entertainment Tonight 11:30 Morton Downey Jr Monday (November 28th) 7PM Special: "How The Grinch Stole Christmas" 7:30 Special: "Frosty The Snowman" (The ad mentioned that "Coming of Age" would air here) 8PM Murphy Brown 8:30 Designing Women 9PM Almost Grown Tuesday (November 29th) 7PM TV 101 8PM CBS Movie: "Stripes" (1981) Wednesday (November 30th) 7PM Murder, She Wrote 8PM CBS Movie: "Runaway" (1984; Network premiere) Thursday (December 1st) 7PM 48 Hours 8PM Paradise 9PM Knots Landing

Friday (December 2nd) 7PM Beauty & The Beast 8PM Dallas 9PM Falcon Crest 11-KHET (PBS) Weekdays 8:30 Instructional programming 11:30 Sesame Street 12:30 Instructional programming 1:30 PBS/KHET Various 3PM Captain Kangaroo 3:30 3-2-1-Contact 4PM Square One Television 4:30 Mister Rogers 5PM Sesame Street 6PM Nightly Business Report 6:30 MacNeil/Lehrer Newshour 7:30 PBS/KHET Primetime 11PM Bill Moyer's World of Ideas Monday (November 28th) 1:30PM Newton's Apple 2PM International Kitchen 2:30 Spectrum Hawaii 7:30 International Kitchen 8PM The Mind 9PM South American Journey 10PM American Masters: "Buster Keaton, Part 1" Tuesday (November 29th) 1:30PM Yan Can Cook 2PM Computer Chronicles 2:30 Victory Garden 7:30 Motorweek 8PM Nova: "Can You Still Get Polio?" 9PM American Experience 10PM American Masters: "Buster Keaton, Part 2" Wednesday (November 30th) 2PM Materpiece Theatre 7:30 Spectrum Hawaii 8PM Mexico (Conclusion of a 3-part series about the country) 9PM The Mind: "Thinking" 10PM American Masters: "Buster Keaton, conclusion" Thursday (December 1st) 1:30 PM Quilting 2PM Nature 7:30 Wild America 8PM Mystery: "The Return of Sherlock Holmes 2: Wisteria Lodge" 9PM Great Performances: "The Silents: The Eagle" (a 1935 film from Russia) 10:30 Light of the Gods

Friday (December 2nd) 1:30PM Joy of Floral Painting 2PM Nova 7:30 Wall Street Week 8PM Dialog 9PM Washington Week In Review 9:30 Special Edition 10PM Lonesome Pines Special: "Metro Blues Allstars" 13-KHNL (Fox) Weekdays 6AM Body By Janis 6:30 News Shuffle 7AM Jetsons 7:30 Dennis The Meanace 8AM Smurfs Adventures 8:30 Jem 9AM Flintstones 9:30 Leave It To Beaver 10AM Laverne & Shirley 10:30 New Gidget 11AM Knight Rider 12Noon Movie 2PM Real Ghostbusters 2:30 Alvin & The Chipmunks 3PM Thundercats 3:30 C.O.P.S. 4PM GI Joe 4:30 Duck Tales 5PM Happy Days 5:30 Silver Spoons 6PM Kate & Allie 6:30 Family Ties 7PM Magnum PI 8PM News 8:05 Movie 10:05 Taxi 10:35 Star Trek 11:35 Various 12:05AM Movie Monday (November 28th) 12Noon "Revenge for a Rape" (1976) 8:05 "Fatal Vision" (Part 1 of 2) 10:05 Sumo Tourament 11:35 Lets Talk with Lyle Waggoner (infomercial) 12:05AM "Duel" (1971) Tuesday (November 29th) 12Noon "A Question Of Love" (1978) 8:05 "Fatal Vision" (Part 2 of 2) 11:35 Infomercial 12:05AM "Escape of the Birdman" (1971) Wednesday (November 30th)

12Noon "My Husband Is Missing" (1978) 8:05 "F/X" (1986) 11:35 New Twilight Zone 12:05AM "After The Fox" (1966) Thursday (December 1st) 12Noon "The Hostage Tower" (1980) 8:05 "Escape to Witch Mountain" (1975) 11:35 Lets Talk with Lyle Waggoner (infomercial) 12:05AM "Slueth" (1973) Friday (December 2nd) 12Noon "Change of Habit" (1969) 8:05 Special: "That Was Then, This Is Now: Portfolio XII 10:35 Freddy's Nightmares 11:35 Lets Talk with Lyle Waggoner (infomercial) 12:05AM GLOW: Gorgeous Ladies Of Wrestling Part 2: The UHFs 14-KWHE (Independent) Weekdays 5AM Lester Summerall 5:30 Breakthrough 6AM Heritage Today 7AM Larry Lea 7:30 Victory Today 8AM Lesea Alive 9AM Richard Roberts 10AM Success-In-Life 11AM Larry Lea 11:30 James Robinson 12Noon Lester Summerall 12:30 Breakthrough 1PM Heritage Today 2PM Lesea Alive 3PM Richard Roberts 4PM Various 6PM Larry Lea 6:30 Victory Today 7PM Breakthrough 7:30 Lester Summerall 8PM Various 9PM Korean Christian Hour 10PM Lesea Alive 11PM Heritage Today 12Mid Success-In-Life 1AM Richard Roberts 2AM Lesea Alive 3AM Camp Meeting USA 4AM Jimmy Swaggart 4:30 James Robinson Monday (November 28th) 4PM Dwight Thompson

5PM Martin & Pops 8PM Rejoice in the Lord Tuesday (November 29th) 4PM Kenneth Copeland 5PM Barrie Balimbing 8PM In His Time 8:30 Jack Van Impe Wednesday (November 30th) 4PM James Kennedy 5PM Sina Sa 14 8PM Richard Roberts 8:30 Today in Bible Prophecy Thursday (December 1st) 4PM Jimmy Swaggart 5PM In Da Money 8PM In His Time 8:30 Christian Lifestyle Magazine Friday (December 2nd) 4PM In Touch 5PM Iskul Bukol 8PM Dwight Thompson 20-KHAI (Independent) Weekdays 4PM Double Dare 4:30 New Zoo Revue 5PM Filipino programming 6PM Akantare 7PM Aizen Tsubaki 7:30 Women's Life 8PM Asian programming Monday (November 28th) 8PM Detective Ningyo Sahichi 9PM Sankyo No Sho Tuesday (November 29th) 8PM Movie (TBA) Wednesday (November 30th) 8PM Detective Onibai 9PM Kurama Tengu Thursday (December 1st) 8PM Zatoichi 9PM My Mother Friday (December 2nd) 8PM Nagaroboshi Sakichi 9PM Konoha No Ie

26-KMGT (Independent) Weekdays 5:30 Morning Stretch 6AM Spiral Zone 6:30 BraveStarr 7AM Comic Strip 7:30 Snorks 8AM Care Bears 8:30 Gumby 9AM Lingo 9:30 Relatively Speaking 10AM Liars Club 10:30 Body By Jake 11AM On Trial 11:30 Fantasy Island 12Noon Knots Landing 1PM Dallas 2PM Yogi Bear 2:30 Dinosaucers 3PM Popeye 3:30 Beverly Hills Teens 4PM Fun House 4:30 Finders Keepers 5PM Relatively Speaking 5:30 Hollywood Squares 6PM Ai No Gekkyu 6:30 Asian programming 7:30 JNN Newscope 8PM Various 10PM On Trial 10:30 Various 11PM Movie Monday (November 28th) 6:30 Edo wo Kiru 8PM Lifestyles of The Rich & Famous 9PM Runaway With The Rich & Famous 9:30 At The Movies 10:30 Fantasy Island 11PM "I Miss You Hugs & Kisses" Tuesday (November 29th) 6:30 Oyako Zig Zag 8PM Triple Threat 8:30 Dick Clark's Golden Years 9PM America's Top 10 9:30 Tales From The Darkside 10:30 DC Follies 11PM "Legend Of Frank Woods" Wednesday (November 30th) 6:30 Sora Ni Hoshi Ga Aniyoni 8PM Movie: "The Philadelphia Story" 10:30 Learning The Ropes 11PM "The Outlaw"

Thursday (December 1st) 6:30 Aoyama Roburoi Monogatari 8PM Movie: "The Scarlet Pimpernel" 10:30 T & T 11PM "The Paris Express" Friday (December 2nd) 6:30 Tsuaki Oi Doori 8PM Movie: "Weekend Warriors" 10:30 Superboy 11PM "Quicksand" 1AM Late Movie: "Johnny Belinda" 2:40 Late Movie: "Gidget Grows Up" 4AM Late Movie: "The Big Store" 32-KBFD (Independent) Weekdays 11AM Asian programming 4PM News 5:30 Hanula Hanula 6PM Chinese programming 7PM News 7:30 Asian programming 9PM News (Korean) 10PM Drama 11PM Joy of Loving 11:30 News Monday (November 28th) 11AM Drama 12Noon Drama Games 1:30 Nostalgic Song Stage 2:30 Legend of Korea 3:30 Variety Show 7:30 Celebrity Game 8PM Warm Weather Tuesday (November 29th) 11AM Chinese Programming 12Noon Drama 1PM Celebrity Game Show 2PM Hanula Hanula 2:30 Joy of Loving 3PM Warm Weather 7:30 Top Ten Song Chart 8PM Warm Weather Wednesday (November 30th) 11AM Chinese Programming 12Noon Drama 1PM Top Ten Song Chart 2PM Hanula Hanula 2:30 Joy of Loving 3PM Warm Weather

7:30 Detective Story 7:30 Blessed Land Thursday (December 1st) 11AM Chinese Programming 12Noon Saga of Yi Dynasty 1PM Detective Story 2PM Hanula Hanula 2:30 Joy of Loving 3PM Blessed Land 7:30 KBS Sports 8PM Blessed Land 10 Saga of Yi Dynasty Friday (December 2nd) 11AM Chinese Programming 12Noon Saga of Yi Dynasty 1PM KBS Sports 2PM Hanula Hanula 2:30 Joy of Loving 3PM Blessed Land 7:30 Video Disc Jockey 8PM Shall Forget 10PM Legend of Korea 4-KITV (ABC) 12Noon News 12:30 All My Children 1:30 One Life To Live 2:30 General Hospital 3:30 Diff'rent Strokes 4PM Facts of Life I see they were one of the few ABC affiliates to run the soaps at the bottom of the hour... Retro: Western Massachusetts Sun, Aug 24, 1980 from TV Guide, Springfield-Chicopee-Holyoke edition 2n WCBS-CBS New York 3 WFSB-CBS Hartford 4b WBZ-NBC Boston 4n WNBC-NBC New York 5b WCVB-ABC Boston 5n WNEW-Ind New York 6s WRGB-NBC Schenectady 7b WNAC-CBS Boston 8 WTNH-ABC New Haven 9n WOR-Ind New York 10 WTEN-ABC Albany/WCDC 19-Adams 11n WPIX-Ind New York 13a WAST-CBS Albany 17s WMHT-PBS Schenectady 18 WHCT-Ind Hartford 22 WWLP-NBC Springfield 24 WEDH-PBS Hartford

27 WSMW-Ind Worcester 30 WVIT-NBC Hartford 38b WSBK-Ind Boston 40 WGGB-ABC Springfield 56b WLVI-Ind Boston 57 WGBY-PBS Springfield Programs on 24/57 may be delayed by pledge breaks Morning 5:00 2n Movie "Salute to the Marines" cont'd 4b Movie "The Kremlin Letter" cont'd 5b Good Day! cont'd 8 Movie "Countess Dracula" cont'd 9n News 11n Life of Riley (bw) 22 Get Smart 5:25 9n Life of Riley (bw) 5:30 11n News 22 Battle of the Planets 5:45 6s Davey & Goliath 5:50 9n Straight Talk 6:00 3 Agronsky & Company 4b Insight 5b Christopher Closeup 6s This is the Life 11n I Dream of Jeannie 22 Daktari 6:20 5n News 6:25 7b Greater Bostonians 6:30 2n Stanley 3 Pinceladas 4b Living Word 5n Faith for Today 6s Westbrook Hospital 7b Up Front 8 Odd Couple 11n Christopher Closeup 13a Jerry Falwell

30 Ring Around the World 6:45 4b-11n Davey & Goliath 6:55 9n News 7:00 2n Skatebirds 3-6s Christopher Closeup 4b Prime Time 5b Davey & Goliath 5n Wonderama 7b Peoplescope 8 This is the Life 10 Black Forum 11n Robert Schuller 22 Jimmy Swaggart 30 Rex Humbard 40 Morningtown 7:20 17s Sesame Street 7:30 2n Jason of Star Command 3 Man Builds, Man Destroys 4b Mr. Magoo 5b Captain Bob 6s Signs of Silence 7b Ask the Teacher 8 Faith for Today 9n Christopher Closeup 10 New Life Ministries 13a Glory of the Gospel 38b Wheelie 40 Davey & Goliath 7:45 6s Good News 40 Sacred Heart 8:00 2n Marlo & the Magnificent Marble Machine 3 We Believe 5b Kids are People Too 6s-27 Day of Discovery 7b Senior Circuit 8 Catholic Mass 9n James Robison 10 Community Profile 11n Ever Increasing Faith 13a Jimmy Swaggart 22 Robert Schuller 24-57 Sesame Street

30 Oral Roberts 38b Devlin 40 Latino 8:30 2n Way to Go 3 Tony Brown's Journal 4b Krazy Kat 6s Hear the World 7b Lift Every Voice 8 Eighth Day 9n Day of Discovery 10 World Tomorrow 13a 700 Club 17s Sesame Street 27 Jerry Falwell 30 Robert Schuller 38b Jonny Quest 40 Jewish Heritage 8:50 5n Bean Sprouts 9:00 2n CBS News Sunday Morning 3 Barrio 4b Nosotros 5b Superheroes 6s-9n-22 Oral Roberts 7b Asian Focus 8 Davey & Goliath 10 Table of the Lord 11n Josie & the Pussycats 24 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 38b Popeye 40 World Tomorrow 56b Big Blue Marble 57 Sesame Street 9:15 7b Catholic Mass 8 New Day 9:30 5b Sunday Open House 5n Spiderman 6s Everybody's Children 8 My Three Sons 9n Newark & Reality 11n Marvel Men 13a Robert Schuller 22 Day of Discovery 24 Electric Company 27 American Religious Town Hall 30 Celebrate 38b Top Cat

40 Rex Humbard 56b Archies 9:40 17s Sesame Street 10:00 3 CBS News Sunday Morning 4b Insight 5n Little Rascals (bw) 6s Capital News Conference 7b Robert Schuller 8 Kids are People Too 9n-22-30 Catholic Mass 10 Heritage & Destiny 11n Tom & Jerry 24-57 Studio See 27 It is Written 38b Jetsons 56b Star Trek 10:30 2n For Our Times 4b Show of Faith 5n Brady Bunch 6s It's Your Business 9n Point of View 10 Government & You 13a Rex Humbard 24 Big Blue Marble 27 Dawn of a New Day 38b Movie "Village of the Giants" 40 Kids are People Too 56b Flintstones 57 Zoom 10:45 30 Jewish Life 10:50 17s Once Upon a Classic "Dominic" (pt 4) 11:00 2n Channel 2 the People 4b Community Auditions 5n Movie "Tarzan and the Green Goddess" (bw) 6s Movie "The Solid Gold Cadillac" (bw) 7b Eco 9n-27 Rex Humbard 10 Observations! 11n F Troop 22 Daktari 24 Soccer Made in Germany 30 Mundo Real 56b Gilligan's Island 57 Big Blue Marble

11:30 2n-3-13a Face the Nation 4b News 5b New Heaven/New Earth 8-40 Animals, Animals, Animals 10 Face to Face 11n Greatest Sports Legends 17s Movie "The Student Prince" 30 Adelante 56b Brady Bunch 57 Feeling Free Afternoon noon 2 Newsnakers 3 Up Front 4b News Conference 5b-8-10-40 Issues & Answers 7b Face the Nation 9n Robert Schuller 11n NFL Exhibition: NY Jets-Pittsburgh (taped Sat) 13a News Forum 22 Watkins Glen Can-Am Race 24 Pro Soccer 27 Bowling (Candlepin, no doubt) 30 What About Women 38b Movie "Up Periscope" 56b Testimony of Two Men (pt 1) 57 Movie "Pumping Iron" 12:30 2n Public Hearing 3 Racers 4b-22-30 Meet the Press 5b Cambodia: Does It Have a Future? 5n I Love Lucy (bw) 7b Newsmakers 8-10-40 NFL Exhibition: Philadelphia-New England 13a Urban League 1:00 2n-3-7b-13a NFL 1980: A Preview 4b Christians 5b Aqui 5n Movie "Claudine" 6s Golden Spring (art treasures of the Italian Renaissance) 9n Life of Riley (bw) 22 Super Memories of the Super Bowls (looks at Super Bowl XII: Dallas 27-Denver 10) 24 Cousteau Odyssey "The Nile" 27 1980 NHRA Springnationals 30 Connecticut Newsmakers 1:30 5b City Streets 9n Apple Polishers

22 This Week in Baseball 30 It's Your Business 1:35 17s Movie "The Best Years of Our Lives" (bw) 2:00 2n-3-7b Tennis: ATP Championship men's final 4b World of Survival 5b Movie "Your Money or Your Wife" 6s Andy Griffith 9n Baseball: Los Angeles-NY Mets 11n Movie "Key Largo" (bw) 13a Minor League Baseball: Holyoke-Glens Falls 18 Voice of Faith 22 Solid Gold '79 (Dionne Warwick and Glen Campbell count down 1979's top hits; assists from Steve Allen, Tim Reid, Richard Sanders and Marty Cohen) 24 Cousteau Odyssey "The Nile" (conclusion from 1pm) 27 Movie "Champagne for Caesar" (bw) 30 Movie "Oriental Dream" 38b Movie "So Big" (bw) 56b Testimony of Two Men (pt 2) 57 7th Annual Bluegrass Ramble 2:30 4b In Search of... 6s Beverly Hillbillies 3:00 4b Kidsfair (live from Boston Common, celebrating Jubilee 350; Newscast at 6pm) 5n Movie "Waterloo" 6s National Geographic (portrait of Australia) 24 Dolphin 3:30 5b-8-40 Baseball Warm-Up 10 This Week in Baseball 18 Cathedral Hour 3:45 5b-8-40 Baseball: Baltimore-Oakland or Los Angeles-NY Mets 4:00 2n-3-7b-13a World Series of Golf 6s-22-30 SportsWorld: US Men's Powerlifting Championships/World Series of Track & Field pole vault competition 10-11n Baseball: NY Yankees-California 18 Family Focus 24 National Geographic "Mysteries of the Mind" 27 Don Kirshner's Rock Concert (Blue Swede/Weather Report/Fleetwood Mac) 38b Movie "The Young Philadelphians" (bw) 56b Testimony of Two Men (conclusion) 5:00 5n Kojak 9n Joker! Joker!! Joker!!!

17s All Creatures Great & Small 18 World Opportunities 24 Firing Line 5:30 6s Safari to Adventure 9n Quiz Kids 22-30 A New Era (1979 Pats highlights) 27 Roald Dahl's Tales of the Unexpected 57 To Norway: Home of Giants (John Cleese stars in this farcical travelogue) Evening 6:00 2n-3-6s-7b-22 News 5n Movie "The Sea Hawk" (bw) 9n Movie "Gilbert & Sullivan" 13a Candid Camera 17s-24-57 Movie "In the Good Old Summertime" 18 Living Faith 27 Wild Kingdom 30 Sunday at Six 56b Space: 1999 6:30 2n-3 CBS Evening News 5b News 6s Wild Kingdom 7b Quiz Kids 8 ABC World News Sunday 13a American Life Style 22-30 NBC Nightly News 27 Bowling 38b Last Great Human Adventure (making of Raise the Titanic) 40 Muppet Show 7:00 2n-3-7b-13a 60 Minutes 4b-6s-22-30 Disney's Wonderful World "Child of Glass" (conclusion) 5b-8-10-40 Fantasy Island 11n Baxters 38b Upbeat '80 (a preview of the 80s; music by Stephanie Mills, Grace Slick, Ray Stevens and McFadden & Whitehead; interviews with Peter Allen and Neil & Dara Sedaka) 56b Star Trek 7:30 11n News 18 Festival of Faith 27 Norm Crosby's The Comedy Shop 8:00 2n-3-7b-13a One Day at a Time (1-hr pt 1 of a 2 parter which concludes the following night; the conclusion was only 30 min Cheesy) 4b-6s-22-30 Backstairs at the White House (pt 1) 5b-8-10-40 Those Amazing Animals (premiere) 9n Rex Humbard 11n Lawrence Welk

27 Crimes of Passion 56b Movie "The Chalk Garden" 8:05 17s-24-57 Evening at Pops (guests Pete Fountain and his band) 8:30 5n Merv Griffin 9:00 2n-3-7b-13a Alice 5b-8-10-40 Movie "Final Chapter-Walking Tall" 9n It is Written 11n Herman Badillo's Urban Journal 27 Jacobs Brothers Quartet 38b Baseball: Boston-Seattle 9:10 17s Pavarotti: King of the High Cs 9:15 24-57 Masterpiece Theatre "Lillie" (pt 9) 9:30 2n-3-7b-13a Jeffersons 9n World Tomorrow 11n Black Conversations 27 PTL Club 10:00 2n-3-7b-13a Trapper John, MD 5n News 9n Jimmy Swaggart 11n Suburban Closeup 56b Point of View 10:10 17s Masterpiece Theatre "Lillie" (pt 9) 10:20 24-57 Pavarotti: King of the High Cs 10:30 5n Sports Extra 11n Focus: New Jersey 18 Living Faith 38b Ask the Manager 11:00 2n CBS News 3-4b-6s-7b-13a-22-30 News 5n Hogan's Heroes 9n Dave Allen at Large 11n Odd Couple 56b People Power

11:15 2n News 3 CBS News 11:20 5b-8-10-40 News 17s Agronsky & Company 11:30 3 Movie "Rage" 5n David Susskind (2 hrs) 6s Movie "Obly Two Can Play" (bw) 7b Sports Sunday (premiere) 9n Ruff House 11n Rookies 13a Benny Hill 22 Star Trek 30 Second City Television Network 56b Cambridge...USA 11:35 10 ABC News 11:45 2n Sports Update 38b Larson: Sunday Night 11:50 5b Movie "The Man from Down Under" (bw) 8 Movie "Blood on the Sun" (bw) 10 Then Came Bronson 17s Inside Albany 40 Movie "The Long Wait" (bw) Late Night midnight 2n Name of the Game 7b Nightscene (future WBZ radio legend David Brudnoy was host) 9n Movie "Odd Man Out" (bw) 13a WCT Invitational Tennis: Ilie Nastase v Bjorn Borg 30 Sonny & Cher's Rock & Roll Years (sounds of the 60s with Paul Anka, the Coasters, Peter Noone, Neil Sedaka, and Wolfman Jack) 12:15 38b Massachusetts Council of Rabbis 12:30 11n FBI 22 Get Smart 12:45 38b Listen 1:00 7b Movie "A Time for Every Season" 30 Risk of Marriage

1:30 11n News 40 ABC News 1:35 2n News 1:40 2n Movie "Magnificent Thief" 1:45 8 ABC News 1:55 5b Sunday Open House 2:00 8 News 11n It's Your Business 2:30 7b News 9n Life of Riley (bw) 11n Movie "The Last Lion" 3:00 7b Newsmakers 9n Movie "The Informer" (bw) 4:00 11n Biography (bw) 4:10 2n Public Hearing 4:30 11n Burns & Allen 4:55 22 PTL Club 11:00 2n CBS News 3-4b-6s-7b-13a-22-30 News 5n Hogan's Heroes 9n Dave Allen at Large 11n Odd Couple 56b People Power 11:15 2n News 3 CBS News 11:20 5b-8-10-40 News

17s Agronsky & Company 11:30 3 Movie "Rage" 5n David Susskind (2 hrs) 6s Movie "Obly Two Can Play" (bw) 7b Sports Sunday (premiere) 9n Ruff House 11n Rookies 13a Benny Hill 22 Star Trek 30 Second City Television Network 56b Cambridge...USA did 4B(WBZ) actually sign-off at 11:30pm after the news or did they air something else (movie?) before their Sunday night sign-off. 1:55 5b Sunday Open House Did WCVB actually sign-off on Sunday nights because I thought WCVB was 24/7 since 1972? Retro: Kentucky Saturday, November 11, 1972 From TV Guide, Kentucky Edition: WAVE Ch. 3 Louisville (NBC) 6:30 Farm Report 7 AM Underdog (delay from 8 AM) 7:30 Movie: "The Lost World" 8:55 Jot 9 AM Pink Panther 9:30 Houndcats 10 AM Roman Holidays 10:30 The Barkleys 11 AM Sealab 2020 11:30 Runaround 12 N Around The World In 80 Days 12:30 Talking With A Giant 1 PM Kentucky Afield 1:30 Sports Challenge 2 PM Rollin' (Helen Reddy joins Kenny Rogers and the First Edition--don't know if she sings "I Am Woman") 2:30 World Of Survival 3 PM Horse Racing: Washington (DC) International 4 PM Star Trek 5 PM Billy Walker (guest: Ed Bruce) 5:30 Wilburn Brothers 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News (Garrick Utley) 7 PM Movie: "North To Alaska" 9 PM NBC Movie: "Giant" (Part 1) 11:15 News

11:45 Movie: "Gambit" (by coincidence the game show had debuted two months earlier on CBS, but this is about a likable group of thieves who plan to steal a valuable piece of art) WLWT Ch. 5 Cincinnati (NBC) 7:30 Farm Front 8 AM Underdog 8:30 Jetsons 9 AM Pink Panther 9:30 Houndcats 10 AM Roman Holidays 10:30 The Barkleys 11 AM Sealab 2020 11:30 Runaround 12 N Around The World In 80 Days 12:30 Talking With A Giant 1 PM NFL Game Of The Week 1:30 Movie: "Sail A Crooked Ship" 3 PM Movie: "The Mark Of The Hawk" 4:30 Rollin' (Cheech and Chong join Kenny Rogers and the First Edition) 5 PM Quarterback Club 5:30 It's Academic (high-school quiz bowl--those of you in New York and Washington should be familiar with this, especially in DC with longtime host Mac McGarry) 6 PM News 6:30 NBC News 7 PM UFO 8 PM Emergency! 9 PM NBC Movie: "Giant" (Part 1) 11:15 News 11:45 Movie: "Marnie" 1:45 Movie: "Li'l Abner" 3:55 Movie: "The Four Days Of Naples" (about the Neapolitan revolt against the Nazis in 1943) WCPO Ch. 9 Cincinnati (CBS) 5:50 Farm News 6 AM Sunrise Semester: "20th-Century American Art" 6:30 Call The Doctor 7:30 Cartoons A-Go-Go (I can't believe Ch. 9 was still using the phrase "a-go-go" in 1972.) 8 AM Bugs Bunny 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 1 PM CBS Children's Film Festival: "Mr. Horatio Knibbles"

('71, from England) 2 PM Play It Safe 2:30 Please Don't Eat The Daisies 3 PM Horse Race: Washington International 4 PM Decorator Crafts 4:30 Suspense Theatre 5:30 The Explorers 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News (Roger Mudd) 7 PM National Geographic: "The Voyage Of The Brigantine Yankee" 8 PM All In The Family 8:30 Bridget Loves Bernie 9 PM Mary Tyler Moore 9:30 Bob Newhart 10 PM Mission: Impossible 11 PM News 11:30 Movie: "Battle Cry" 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 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 Movie: "Gorgo" 3:15 Movie: "Tarzan And The Leopard Woman" 4:30 Racing From Churchill Downs 5 PM UFO 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Hee Haw (guests: Buddy Alan and Jeannie Seely) 8 PM All In The Family 8:30 Bridget Loves Bernie 9 PM Mary Tyler Moore 9:30 Bob Newhart 10 PM Mission: Impossible 11 PM News 11:30 Movie: "D-Day The Sixth Of June" WKRC Ch. 12 Cincinnati (ABC) 7 AM Curiosity Shop (delay from Sun 10 AM) 8 AM H.R. Pufnstuf 8:30 Jackson Five 9 AM The Osmonds 9:30 ABC Saturday Superstar Movie: "Lassie And The Spirit Of Thunder Mountain"

10:30 Brady Kids 11 AM Bewitched 11:30 Kid Power 12 N Pro Quarterbacks: Changing Dynasty 12:30 College Football Pre-Game Show 12:45 College Football: one of three (Ohio StateMichigan State, TCU-Texas Tech, UMassHoly Cross) 4 PM College Football: LSU-Alabama (from Birmingham, time approximate) 7 PM Hee Haw (time approximate) 8 PM Kung Fu 9 PM Streets Of San Francisco 10 PM The Sixth Sense 11 PM News 11:30 Madigan (NBC, pre-empted on Ch. 5, delay from Wed 8:30) 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 (Ernie sings "Rubber Duckie") 1:30 Electric Company 2 PM Zoom 2:30 Electric Company 3 PM off the air 7:30 Firing Line 8:30 Playhouse New York: "Home," with Ralph Richardson and John Gielgud 10 PM Hollywood Television Theatre: "Awake And Sing," with Walter Matthau sign off 12 M WLEX Ch. 18 Lexington (NBC) 7 AM Agriculture U.S.A. 7:30 Leisure (travel) 8 AM Underdog 8:30 Jetsons 9 AM Pink Panther 9:30 Houndcats 10 AM Roman Holidays 10:30 The Barkleys 11 AM Sealab 2020 11:30 Runaround 12 N Around The World In 80 Days 12:30 Talking With A Giant 1 PM Homemakers Today 1:30 Bluegrass Personality 2 PM Star Trek

3 PM Horse Race: Washington International 4 PM University Of Kentucky 4:30 Kentucky Afield 5 PM NFL Game Of The Week 5:30 Wilburn Brothers 6 PM Porter Wagoner (guest: singer J.D. Peters) 6:30 NBC News 7 PM Lawrence Welk (salute to George Gershwin) 8 PM Emergency! 9 PM NBC Movie: "Giant" (Part 1) 11:15 News 11:45 Early Start (religion) 11:55 Movie: "The Brave One" WXIX Ch. 19 Cincinnati (Ind.) 8 AM Marvel Superheroes 8:30 Superman 9 AM Batman (x2, Vincent Price as Egghead) 10 AM Daniel Boone 11 AM Rifleman 11:30 Movie: "Sherlock Holmes And The Voice Of Terror" 1 PM Movie: "Gunman's Walk" 3 PM Big Time Wrestling 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 7:30 That Girl 8 PM Boris Karloff Presents Thriller 9 PM Movie: "Dracula" (the original from '31, with Bela Lugosi) 11 PM Twilight Zone 11:30 Big Time Wrestling 12:30 Roller Derby WKYT Ch. 27 Lexington (CBS) 7 AM Consumer Report 7:30 Sabrina, The Teenage Witch 8 AM Bugs Bunny 8:30 Guess Who? 9 AM Amazing Chan And The Chan Clan 9:30 New Scooby Doo Movies 10:30 Josie And The Pussycats In Outer Space 11 AM Flintstones Comedy Hour 12 N Archie's TV Funnies 12:30 Fat Albert And The Cosby Kids 1 PM CBS Children's Film Festival 2 PM Bill Anderson 2:30 Tobacco Talk 3:30 People And Problems

3:45 Changing Times 4 PM Area People 4:30 Kathy Hill (country music) 5 PM The Waltons (delay from Thu 8 PM--not that unusual in that the show was struggling at that point) 6 PM News 6:30 CBS News 7 PM Hee Haw 8 PM All In The Family 8:30 Bridget Loves Bernie 9 PM Mary Tyler Moore 9:30 Bob Newhart 10 PM Mission: Impossible 11 PM News 11:30 Movie: "Frankenstein" (the original from '31, with Boris Karloff) 1:15 Movie: "She-Wolf Of London" WLKY Ch. 32 Louisville (ABC) 7 AM Curiosity Shop 8 AM Guess Who? 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 College Football Pre-Game Show 12:45 College Football (see Ch. 12)