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RETRO: Anchorage, Alaska (October 9, 1974)

Source: Anchorage Daily News

KENI-TV 2 (NBC, now KTUU):

8:30-National and World News

9:00-Today Show (satellite delay, I think)

11:00-Name That Tune

11:30-Jackpot

Noon-High Rollers

12:30-Celebrity Sweepstakes

1:00-Winning Streak

1:30-Days of our Lives

2:00-The Doctors

2:30-Another World

3:00-How To Survive A Marriage

3:30-Somerset

4:00-The Hollywood Squares

4:30-Woman's Touch

5:00-Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

5:30-Jeopardy

6:00-TV-2 News

7:00-Little House on the Prairie

8:00-Lucas Tanner

9:00-Petrocelli
10:00-The Tonight Show starring Johnny Carson

11:30-NBC Nightly News (air delay)

KTVA-11 (CBS):

7:30-CBS Evening News with Walter Cronkite (yes, at 7:30 in the morning!!)

8:00-Captain Kangaroo

9:00-Sesame Street

10:00-Hostess House

11:00-The Joker's Wild

11:30-Now You See It

Noon-Love of Life/Midday Report

12:30-Young and the Restless

1:00-Search For Tomorrow

1:30-As The World Turns

2:00-Guiding Light

2:30-The Edge of Night

3:00-The Price Is Right

3:30-Match Game '74

4:00-Tattletales

4:30-Sesame Street

5:30-Gambit

6:00-Eyewitness News

6:30-Other People, Other Places

7:00-Bicentennial Minutes/Sons & Daughters


8:00-Cannon

9:00-Manhunter

10:00-Eyewitness News

10:30-CBS Late Movie: "Marlowe"

KIMO-13 (ABC):

8:30-The Galloping Gourmet

9:00-Instructional Television

9:30-Girl In My Life

10:00-Password

10:30-Split Second

11:00-All My Children

11:30-Let's Make A Deal

Noon-Lucky 13 Movie

2:15-Keep Fit

2:30-Not For Women Only

3:00-The Newlywed Game

3:30-General Hospital

4:00-One Life To Live

4:30-The Brady Bunch

5:00-ABC Afterschool Special

6:00-KIMO News

6:30-The World Tomorrow

7:00-That's My Mama

7:30-ABC Wednesday Night Movie: "Death Sentence"


9:00-Get Christie Love!

10:00-The Big Valley

11:00-ABC Evening News (air delay)

11:30-Wide World Special

Until the launch of PBS station KAKM in 1975, Channel 2 ran Mister Rogers at 5:00 while Channel
11 had Sesame Street at 9:00 and 4:30. Why Channel 13 never bothered to carry The Electric
Company, I don't know.

Also...KTVA should've aired Cronkite at 10:30 following the late news, and Anchorage would've
gotten 90 full minutes of national news (CBS News at 10:30 on KTVA, ABC News at 11:00 on
KIMO, NBC News at 11:30 on KENI). No wonder why Seattle had to air them first before flying
the tapes to Anchorage for the late night airings!

And because there were only three stations, there was not much syndicated programming even
though there were nighttime versions of Hollywood Squares, Jeopardy, and LMAD, as well as To
Tell The Truth and What's My Line? But...that was Alaska TV in the '70s for you.

Jonathan Allen

Source: Anchorage Daily News

KENI-TV 2 (NBC, now KTUU):

9:00-Today Show (satellite delay, I think)

KTVA-11 (CBS):
7:30-CBS Evening News with Walter Cronkite (yes, at 7:30 in the morning!!)

Also...KTVA should've aired Cronkite at 10:30 following the late news, and Anchorage would've
gotten 90 full minutes of national news (CBS News at 10:30 on KTVA, ABC News at 11:00 on
KIMO, NBC News at 11:30 on KENI). No wonder why Seattle had to air them first before flying
the tapes to Anchorage for the late night airings!

There were no satellite feeds from the commercial networks to their affiliates in the seventies --
and, in 1974, such feeds were pretty expensive. The 9 AM airing of Today on channel 2 wasn't
likely to be a delayed satellite feed in 1974, but was probably an airing of a tape sent up from
Seattle the previous day.

As for running the CBS Evening News same day at 10:30 PM instead of the following morning at
7:30 AM -- it may be that the 11 PM airtime for the ABC News was about as early as could be
safely accomodated based on flight schedules between Seattle and Anchorage -- 10:30 may have
just been cutting it too close. So rather than running the CBS News against ABC at 11 PM or NBC
at 11:30 PM, channel 11 might have just figured it would be a better service to offer it the next
morning at a time when the competition hadn't even signed on the air yet.

Hard to say for sure why they made the decisions that they made back then. But I can imagine
that the logistics of getting tapes and films flown back and forth between Seattle and Anchorage
had to be a real nightmare.

Yeah, the Today show was on a one-day delay in 1974. It probably wouldn't be until some years
later (maybe after Tom Brokaw and Jane Pauley took over) that it would be on a same-day
satellite delay.

First-run syndicated programming in Alaska didn't come until the transition to satellite in 1984. I
remember seeing one Anchorage schedule from October 1984 that had "Entertainment Tonight"
on KTVA's listings, and I'll be posting that sometime soon.

Jonathan Allen
Hard to say for sure why they made the decisions that they made back then. But I can imagine
that the logistics of getting tapes and films flown back and forth between Seattle and Anchorage
had to be a real nightmare.

Especially in a region of the continent not known for always having great flying weather. I
imagine there were many times when conditions at either end of the Seattle-Anchorage run
meant there would be no national news that day.

I'm curious -- did the affiliates there ever not run a tape-delayed newscast when major breaking
news made what had been broadcast some hours before horribly dated? I mean, say for
example some major world figure died or was assassinated in the interim, and the broadcast
reports on him or her as if they were still alive? The local radio and TV stations would have had
already seen the wire service bulletins and reported the news, and it would be pretty
disconcerting to have those reports followed by Uncle Walter reporting on some conference
they were scheduled to attend or speech they were to make the next day.

Retro- Philadelphia - The Independents (post below is affilates only)

17 WPHL (Ind.) Providence Journal Company

Friday November 2, 1979

6 AM DELAWARE VALLEY FORUM

6:30 SPIDER MAN-Cartoon

7 AM BUGS AND PORKY-Cartoons

7:30 SUPERHEROES-Cartoons

8 AM ULTRA MAN-Adventure

8:30 MARINE BOY-Cartoon

9 AM ROMPER ROOM-Children

9:30 ROSS BAGLEY-Religion

10 AM 700 CLUB-Religion

11:30 FAMILY AFFAIR-Comedy


12 Noon MY THREE SONS-Comedy

12:30 ANDY GRIFFITH-Comedy

1 PM LOVE AMERICAN STYLE-Comedy

1:30 DINAH AND FRIENDS-Variety

2:30 OZZIE & HARRIET-Comedy

3 PM SPEED RACOR-Cartoon

3:30 THREE STOOGES CARTOONS-Cartoons

4 PM SPACE GIANTS-Adventure

4:30 BUGS BUNNY AND FRIENDS-Cartoons

5 PM GOMER PYLE USMC-Comedy

5:30 CAROL BURNETT & FRIENDS-Comedy

6 PM ROOKIES-Drama

7 PM STARSKY & HUTCH-Drama

8 PM MOVING PICTURE - Take The Money & Run (1969)

10 PM STAR TREK-Science Fiction

11 PM ODD COUPLE-Comedy

11:30 GET SMART-Comedy

12 Midnight HOGAN'S HEROES-Comedy

12:30 THE 700 CLUB-Religion

2 AM DELAWARE VALLEY FORUM

2:30 SIGN OFF

Sunday November 4, 1979

7 AM DELAWARE VALLEY FORUM


7:30 FAITH FOR TODAY-Religion

8 AM DAY OF DISCOVERY-Religion

8:30 ORAL ROBERTS-Religion

9 AM ROBERT SCHULLER-Religion

10 AM REVIVAL HOUR-Religion

10:30 REX HUMBARD-Religion

11:30 JERRY FAWELL -Religion

12:30 IT'S YOUR BUSINESS

1 PM ANDY GRIFFITH-Comedy

1:30 F TROOP-Comedy

2 PM FAMILY AFFAIR-Comedy

2:30 CHICO AND THE MAN-Comedy

3 PM HOGAN'S HEROES-Comedy

3:30 F TROOP-Comedy

4 PM MOVIE - To Have & Have Not (1944)

6 PM HEE HAW-Music

7 PM STAR TREK-Science Fiction

8 PM RUFF HOUSE

8:30 JERRY FAWELL-Religion

9 :30 TIME OF DELIVERANCE-Religion

10 PM JIMMY SWAGGART-Religion

11 PM THEA JONES-Religion

11:30 700 CLUB-Religion

1 AM DELAWARE VALLEY FORUM

1:30 SIGN OFF


Monday November 3, 1979

6 AM DELAWARE VALLEY FORUM

6:30 SPIDER MAN-Cartoon

7 AM BUGS AND PORKY-Cartoons

7:30 SUPERHEROES-Cartoons

8 AM SPEED RACOR-Cartoon

8:30 SPACE GIANTS-Adventure

9 AM ROMPER ROOM-Children

9:30 ANOTHER LIFE-Serial

10 AM 700 CLUB

11:30 ANDY GRIFFITH-Comedy

12 Noon MINDREADERS-Game

12:30 AFTERNOON MOVIE - Great Lover (1949) Mon

To Trap A Spy (1966) Tues

Big Bounce (1969) Wed

Raiders (1964) Thurs

Bachelor Flat (1962) Fri

2:30 DINAH AND FRIENDS-Talk

3:30 THREE STOOGES CARTOONS

4 PM BUGS & PORKY-Cartoons

4:30 GET SMART-Comedy

5 PM STAR TREK-Science Fiction

6 PM CAROL BURNETT & FRIENDS-Comedy

6:30 GOOD TIMES-Comedy


7 PM MY THREE SONS-Comedy

7:30 BARNEY MILLER-Comedy

8 PM MOVING PICTURE Roots (1977)

10 PM ROOKIES-Drama

11 PM RHODA-Comedy

11:30 OZZIE & HARRIET-Comedy

12 Midnight HOGAN'S HEROES-Comedy

12:30 LOVE AMERICAN STYLE-Comedy

1 AM STARSKY & HUTCH-Drama

2 AM 700 CLUB-Religion

3 AM SIGN OFF

Saturday November 10, 1979

7 AM DELAWARE VALLEY FORUM

7:30 700 CLUB-Religion

9 AM NEW HOPE

9:30 GERALD DERSTINE

10 AM MY THREE SONS-Comedy

10:30 VEGETABLE SOUP-Children

11 AM FLIPPER-Children

11:30 FLIPPER-Children

12 NOON F TROOP-Comedy

12:30 CHICO & THE MAN-Comedy

1 PM THIS IS THE NFL

1:30 NFL GAME OF THE WEEK


2 PM MOVIE - Deadly Mantis (1957)

4 PM MOVIE - Invisible Woman (1940)

6 PM STAR TREK

7 PM PRO WRESTLING

8 PM MOVIE - Roots

11 PM MOVIE - Good Bad & Ugly (1967)

Channel 17 had just been sold to Providence Journal Company. Friday November 2 would be the
last day Channel 17 would have a 2 hour afternoon kid block. Because Channel 48 & 29 got
stronger kids shows Providence Journal opted to gradually exit channel 17 out of the kids
business. They took an hour off the afternoon lineup that Monday. Then in January they would
end the afternoon kids stuff totally keeping morning kids shows until the Summer of 1981. Then
except for Romper Room CHannel 17 would leave the Kids business totally in the Fall of 81. They
would reenter kids programming the Fall of 83 when Channel 48 went dark.

29 WTAF (Ind.) Taft

Sunday November 4, 1979

6:45 COMMUNITY UPDATE

7 AM A BETTER WAY

7:30 JERRY FAWELL-Religion

8:30 DAVEY AND GOLIATH-Children

9 AM JOSIE & THE PUSSYCATS-Cartoon

9:30 BULLWINKLE-Cartoons

10 AM JETSONS

10:30 BUGS BUNNY & FRIENDS

11 AM THREE STOOGES

12:00 GILLIGANS ISLAND-Comedy

12:30 BEWITCHED-Comedy
1 PM MOVIE - Love Has Many Faces (1965)

3 PM MOVIE - Under The Yum YuM Tree (1963)

5 PM MOVIE - The Graduate (1967)

7 PM NHL HOCKEY Philadelphia Flyers Vs Buffalo Sabrees

10 PM NEWSPROBE

10:30 IT IS WRITTEN

11 PM PTL CLUB

1 AM COMMUNITY UPDATE

1:30 SIGN OFF

Monday November 5, 1979

5:45 COMMUNITY UPDATE

6 AM NEW ZOO REVUE-Children

6:30 THREE STOOGES-Comedy

7 AM POPEYE-Cartoons

7:30 BUGS BUNNY AND FRIENDS-Cartoons

8 AM TOM & JERRY-Cartoons

8:30 STAR BLAZERS-Cartoon

9 AM JIM BAKKER-Religion

11 AM NEWSPROBE

11:30 BULLWINKLE-Cartoons

12 Noon PARTRIDGE FAMILY-Comedy

12:30 ADAMS FAMILY-Comedy

1 PM MY FAVORITE MARTIAN-Comedy

1:30 GREEN ACRES-Comedy


2 PM BEWITCHED-Comedy

2:30 I DREAM OF JEANNIE-Comedy

3 PM TOM & JERRY-Cartoons

3:30 BUGS BUNNY AND FRIENDS-Cartoons

4 PM SCOOBY DOO-Cartoon

4:30 KROFT SUPERSTARS-Adventure

5 PM HAPPY DAYS-Comedy

5:30 GILLIGAN'S ISLAND-Comedy

6 PM HAPPY DAYS-Comedy

6:30 MARY TYLER MOORE-Comedy

7 PM M*A*S*H-Comedy

7:30 JOKERS WILD-Game

8 PM MOVIE ON 29 The Owl & The Pussycat (1970) Mon

Take The Money & Run (1969) Tues

NHL HOCKEY Philadelphia Flyers At Quebec Nordiques Wed

Dollars (1971) Thurs

Guns Of Narvone (1961) Fri

10 PM BILKO-Comedy (EXCEPT Wednesday)

:30 MARY TYLER MOORE-Comedy (Except Wednesday)

11 PM M*A*S*H-Comedy

11:30 BENNY HILL-Comedy

12 MIDNIGHT KOJAK-Drama

1 AM BARETTA-Drama

2 AM LATE MOVIE The Lady Wants Mink (1952) Early Tuesday

Strangers When We Meet (1961) Early Wednesday


Yesterday Today & Tomorrow (1939) Early Thursday

Paradise Lagoon (1958) Early Friday

Tenth Victim (1957) Early Saturday

4 AM SIGN OFF

Saturday November 10, 1979

8 AM FOR YOU BLACK WOMAN

8:30 SUPERMAN-Adventure

9 AM SUPERMAN-Adventure

9:30 BATMAN-Adventure

10 AM MOVIE - Hercules (1959)

11:30 BATMAN-Adventure

12 NOON PRO WRESTLING

1 PM MOVIE - Godzilla Vs Sea Monster (1966)

2:30 MOVIE - Godzilla Vs Megalon (1976)

4 PM MOVIE - Hard Days Night (1964)

6 PM HAPPY DAYS-Comedy

6:30 JOKER JOKER JOKER-Game

7 PM M*A*S*H-Comedy

7:30 BENNY HILL-Comedy

8 PM NHL HOCKEY - Flyers Vs Islanders

10:30 BILKO-Comedy

11 PM M*A*S*H-Comedy

11:30 BENNY HILL-Comedy

12 MIDNIGHT BARETTA-Drama
1 AM NEWSPROBE

1:30 COMMUNITY UPDATE

1:45 SIGN OFF

48 WKBS (Ind.) Field

Sunday November 4, 1979

7 AM HERALD OF TRUTH-Religion

7:30 JIMMY SWAGGART-Religion

8:30 BOB JONES UNIVERSITY: SHOW MY PEOPLE-Religion

9 AM LITTLE RASCALS-Comedy

9:30 POPEYE(Theatrical)-Cartoons

10 AM MIGHTY MOUSE-Cartoons

10:30 WOODY WOODPECKER-Cartoons

11 AM FLINTSTONES-Cartoon

11:30 BRADY BUNCH-Comedy

12 NOON ABBOTT & COSTELLO MOVIE - Lost In Harlem (1944)

1:30 BLONDIE MOVIE - Blondie Knows Best (1947)

3 PM 6 MILLION DOLLAR MAN-Adventure

4 PM WONDER WOMAN-Adventure

5 PM MOVIE - Across The Pacific (1942)

7 PM BIONIC WOMAN-Adventure

8 PM MOVIE - Pittsburgh (1942)

10 PM PERRY MASON-Drama

11 PM ON TARGET
11:30 SIGN OFF

Monday November 5, 1979

6 AM LITTLE RASCALS-Comedy

6:30 POPEYE (Theatrical)-Cartoons

7 AM WOODY WOODPECKER-Cartoons

7:30 FRED FLINTSTONE AND FRIENDS-Cartoons

8 AM MIGHTY MOUSE-Cartoons

8:30 BATTLE OF THE PLANETS-Cartoons

9 AM LUCY SHOW-Comedy

9:30 20,000 DOLLAR PYRAMID-Game (ABC)

10AM DELAWARE VALLEY 79-TALK

10:30 EDGE OF NIGHT (ABC)-Serial

11 AM BANANA SPLITS-Children

11:30 GOMER PYLE USMC-Comedy

12 NOON MUNSTERS-Comedy

12:30 MCHALE'S NAVY-Comedy

1 PM DICK VAN DYKE-Comedy

1:30 BEVERLY HILLBILLIES-Comedy

2 PM DENNIS THE MENACE Comedy (Jay North (The Cartoon was 7 years away)

2:30 CASPER-Cartoons

3 PM WOODY WOODPECKER-Cartoons

3:30 MIGHTY MOUSE-Cartoons

4 PM FLINTSTONES-Cartoon

4:30 FLINTSTONES-Cartoon
5 PM BRADY BUNCH-Comedy

5:30 BRADY BUNCH-Comedy

6 PM I LOVE LUCY-Comedy

6:30 ALL IN THE FAMILY-Comedy

7 PM BOB NEWHART-Comedy

7:30 MAKE ME LAUGH-Game

8 PM 8 OCLOCK MOVIE - Arsenic & Old Lacia (1944) Mon

NBA BASKETBALL Philadelphia 76ers At Milwaukee Bucks Tues

To Catch A Thief (1955) Wed

Rare Breed (1955) Thurs

NBA BASKETBALL Philadelphia 76ers At Detroit Pistons (Fri)

10 PM I LOVE LUCY-Comedy (Mon; Wed; Thurs)

10:30 HONEYMOONERS-Comedy (Mon; Wed; Thurs)

11 PM ALL IN THE FAMILY-Comedy

11:30 SANFORD AND SON-Comedy

12 Mid ODD COUPLE-Comedy

12:30 NIGHT GALLERY

1 AM PERRY MASON-Drama

2 AM Sign Off

SATURDAY NOVEMBER 10, 1979

9 AM ON TARGET

9:30 AMAZING GRACE BIBLE CLASS-Religion

10 AM JACK VAN IMPE-Religion

10:30 WHITNEY & THE ROBOT-Children


11 AM BIG BLUE MARBLE-Children

11:30 HOT FUDGE-Children

12 NOON FLASH GORDON SERIALS

1 PM CREATURE DOUBLE FEATURE - Beast With A million Eyes (1955)/Bride Of The Monster
(1956)

4 PM 6 MILLION DOLLAR MAN-Adventure

5 PM BIONIC WOMAN-Adventure

6 PM WONDER WOMAN-Adventure

7 PM LAWRENCE WELK-Music

8 PM MOVIE - Prescription Murder (1967)

10 PM HONEYMOONERS-Comedy

10:30 TALES OF UNEXPECTED

11 PM COMEDY SHOP

11:30 CHARLEY CHAN THEATRE - Charley Chan In Monte Carlo (1937)

1 AM NIGHT GALLERY

1:30 IT TAKES ATHIEF-Drama

2:30 SIGN OFF

57 WWSG (Ind./Prism) WESH-TV Inc

Sunday November 4, 1979

7 AM JERRY FAWELL-Religion

8 AM JIMMY SWAGGART-Religion

9 AM KENNETH COPELAND-Religion

10 AM REX HUMBARD-Religion

11 AM EARNST ANGELY-Religion
12 NOON WILD KINGDOM

12:30 ANIMAL WORLD

1 PM ARGONSKY & COMPANY

1:30 FRANKLY SPEAKING

2 PM PRISM SUBSCRIPTION TV

Monday-Friday

5 AM BIZ NET NEWS

6 AM JIM BAKKER-Religion

7 AM 700 CLUB-Religion

8:30 JIMMY SWAGGART-Religion

9 AM BIZ NET NEWS

10 AM ASK WASHINGTON

11 AM FINANCIAL NEWS NETWORK

2 PM FINANCIAL NEWS NETWORK

5 PM BUSINESS WRAP UP

6 PM PRISM SUBSCRIPTION TV

SATURDAY NOVEMBER 10, 1979

7 AM WORLD TOMORROW-Religion

7:30 IT IS WRITTEN-Religion

8 AM JACK VAN IMPE-Religion

8:30 VOICE OF PROPHECY-Religion

9 AM GIGGLESNORT HOTEL-Children

9:30 REBOP-Children
10 AM VEGETABLE SOUP-Children

10:30 UNCLE SMILEY-Children

11 AM JOURNEY TO ADVENTURE

11:30 WILD KINGDOM

12 NOON ALL STAR WRESTLING

1 PM FIRING LINE

1:30 ENIGMA

2 PM PRISM SUBSCRIPTION TV

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Good to see you back, MarkD. Where have you been?

Classic Television must always be preserved!

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What is your source for these Philadelphia and New York listings?

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Mindreaders on channel 17 at noon was picked up from NBC.

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Quote Originally Posted by Markd

57 WWSG (Ind./Prism) WESH-TV Inc

Was this the same WESH as the NBC affiliate in Orlando? I thought in 1979, William S. Gross
owned the station, while Cowles owned WESH? In fact, according to Wikipedia, WWSG didn't
even sign on until 1981 ( http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/WPSG ).

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Hi

As to where I have been, I was unable to use this board since the Spring of 2006 when it changed
formats. This was around the time the originator (I believe) passed away. My passwords stopped
working and I had a tough time trying to reset. Recently, I reset and now am back and able to
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My source is a Sussex County NJ Newspaper "The NJ Herald" for listings in these instances. Back
then the cable system there carried both New York and Philadelphia listings.

Retro: Billings, Mont., Wed., June 7, 1967

(Source: The Billings Gazette)

Listings begin at 7 a.m. and indicate both stations' local programming was still in black and white.
KOOK-TV 2 (CBS, ABC)

AM

7 Summer Semester

7:30 Captain Kangaroo

8 CBS Morning News

8:25 Montana News

8:30 Jack La Lanne

9 Andy of Mayberry

9:30 Dick Van Dyke

10 Love of Life

10:25 CBS News

10:30 Search for Tomorrow

10:45 Guiding Light

11 Dark Shadows

11:30 As The World Turns

PM

12 Password

12:30 House Party

1 To Tell The Truth

1:25 CBS News

1:30 Edge of Night

2 Secret Storm

2:30 General Hospital

3 A Visit With Ava

3:30 Candid Camera


4 Casper

4:30 CBS News

5 Three-Star Final (local news)

5:30 Lost In Space

6:30 Beverly Hillbillies

7 Green Acres

7:30 Gomer Pyle

8 CBS Wednesday Night Movie: Journey to the Center of the Earth

10 Four-Star Final (local news)

10:30 Combat

11:30 Wyatt Earp

12M Weather, News

KULR 8 (NBC, ABC)

AM

7 Today Show (with Farm and Ranch Show at 7:25 break)

8 Snap Judgement

8:25 NBC News

8:30 Concentration

9 Pat Boone

9:30 Hollywood Squares

10 Jeopardy

10:30 Eye Guess

11 Dating Game

11:30 Lets Make A Deal


11:55 Weather RFD

PM

12 Days Of Our Lives

12:30 The Doctors

1 Another World

1:30 You Dont Say

2 Match Game

2:25 NBC News

2:30 Newlywed Game

3 The Fugitive

4 Merv Griffin

5 Batman

5:30 Huntley-Brinkley Report

6 Front Page News (local)

6:30 The Virginian

8 I Spy

9 NBC Special (title not listed)

10 Nite Beat News (local)

10:30 Johnny Carson

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Quote Originally Posted by DM601

[b]KOOK-TV 2 (CBS, ABC)

5:30 Lost In Space

6:30 Beverly Hillbillies

7 Green Acres

7:30 Gomer Pyle

8 CBS Wednesday Night Movie: Journey to the Center of the Earth

10 Four-Star Final (local news)

5:30-8pm = all live net. The 8-10 movie was local, not CBS, as the

network feed at 8 MT was the Danny Kaye Show (10-11 ET).

BTW, 06/07/67 was the Kaye show's LTC (per Brooks & Marsh).

Quote Originally Posted by DM601

KULR 8 (NBC, ABC)

AM

5 Batman

5:30 Huntley-Brinkley Report

6 Front Page News (local)

6:30 The Virginian


8 I Spy

9 NBC Special (title not listed)

10 Nite Beat News (local)

Batman would have been on a one-week delay (tape? 16mm film?)

as it came down at 5:30 MT.

H-B and prime time were likely fed from Salt Lake or Denver as one

would need a few tape machines to deal with a one-hour delay on

The Virginian (and Carson at 10:30). I Spy = live net, 9pm show =

a delay from 7.

RETRO: Fairbanks, Alaska (February 13, 1988)

My first retro schedule of 2008; source: Fairbanks Daily News-Miner "Weekender"

2-KATN (ABC/NBC)

4-KJNP (Religious)

9-KUAC (PBS)

11-KTVF (CBS/NBC)

Plus some shows on WGN, WOR, and TBS

6:00 AM

2-Disney's Adventures of the Gummi Bears

11-Hello Kitty's Furry Tale Theater

WOR-Fan Club
6:30

2-Smurfs

11-Jim Henson's Muppet Babies

WOR-America's Top Ten

7:00

2-Real Ghostbusters

TBS-NWA Superbouts

WOR-WWF Wrestling Spotlight

7:30

11-Dinosaucers

WGN-Know Your Heritage (Black-oriented game show hosted by LeVar Burton)

8:00

2-Alvin and the Chipmunks

11-Pee-Wee's Playhouse

WGN-Soul Train

8:30

2-Little Worlds

11-Mighty Mouse: The New Adventures

9:00

2-PBA Bowling (Pro Bowlers' Tour): $150,000 Miami Classic


11-CBS Sports Saturday

WOR-American Bandstand

10:00

11-NCAA Basketball: Syracuse at Georgetown

10:30

2-XV Olympic Winter Games: Opening Ceremonies (this would be ABC's last Olympics)

Noon

11-NCAA Basketball: Regional coverage (Providence at St. John's or Missouri at UNLV)

1:00 PM

2-Wide World of Sports

WGN-Puttin' on the Hits

1:30

WGN-T and T

2:00

2-It's Showtime at the Apollo

11-Hee Haw

TBS-World Championship Wrestling

WGN-Bustin' Loose
2:30

WGN-Charles in Charge

3:00

2-The Neuropsychology of Weight Control (infomercial)

11-Entertainment This Week

WGN/WOR-It's A Living

3:30

2-Freedom from Fat (infomercial)

WGN/WOR-Mama's Family

4:00

2-XV Olympic Winter Games (Hockey: U.S. vs. Austria and USSR vs. Norway)

11-Out of this World

4:30

11-Small Wonder

4:55

4-Devotion with Pastor Davis

9-Billboard

5:00

4-Jewish Jewels
9-Faces of Culture

11-Little House on the Prairie

5:30

4-World Alive

9-Faces of Culture

6:00

4-Jerry Prevo

9-Eyes on the Prize: America's Civil Rights Years (1954-1965) (Part 3 of 6)

11-Taxi

6:30

11-CBS Evening News

7:00

2-The Facts of Life

4-James Robison

9-Making of a Continent

11-The Law and Harry McGraw

WGN-INN News

7:05

TBS-Night Tracks: Chartbusters


7:30

2-227

4-Tribal Trails

8:00

2-The Golden Girls

4-CNN Headline News

9-Big Fish Down Under ("Island Holiday")

11-High Mountain Rangers (short-lived CBS drama-adventure starring three generations of


Conrads (Robert, Christian, and Shane; sorry, no Lauren))

8:05

TBS-Night Tracks (till 2:00 AM)

8:30

4-Zola Levitt

9:00

2-Star Trek: The Next Generation

4-Jimmy Swaggart

9-DeGrassi Junior High

11-Houston Knights

9:30

9-Doctor Who ("4 to Doomsday")


10:00

2-J.J. Starbuck

4-Since You Asked

9-Mystery! ("The Dead of Jericho", Part 2)

11-Sonny Spoon

11:00

2-Dynasty

9-Austin City Limits

11-West 57th

11:30

WGN-At The Movies

Midnight

2-Saturday Night Live (Justine Bateman/Terence Trent D'Arby)

11-Movie: "Troll" (1986)

1:30

2-CNN Headline News

KATN also had the 1988 and 1992 Summer Olympics when the games went to NBC. And early in
the 1995-96 season, they ran the first promos for the 1996 Olympics in the hopes that Channel 2
would carry them next, but that wouldn't be the case as Smith Media would acquire them and
two other ABC stations in Anchorage and Juneau in November 1995.

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Retro TV: Philadelphia - fall 1979

Fall 1979 November 4-10 - New Jersey Herald

KYW-TV 3 (NBC) Westinghouse

Sunday November 4, 1979

6AM PATTERN FOR LIVING-Drama

6:30 AMERICAN PEOPLES

7AM COPING WITH KIDS

7:30 PICTURE SHOW

8 AM CHALLENGE-Game

8:30 INSIGHT-Drama

9AM SUNDAY-Religion

9:30 REPORT FROM

10AM CATCH THE VISION

10:30 PENN STATE HIGHLIGHTS

11:30 WILD WILD WORLD OF ANIMALS

NOON MEET THE PRESS-Interview

12:30 NFL 79

1PM NFL FOOTBALL - Philadelphia Eagles At Cleveland Browns

4PM MOVIE - Stallag 53

6PM EYEWITNESS NEWS


6:30 NBC NEWS

7PM DISNEY'S WONDERFUL WORLD

9 PM NBC SUNDAY MOVIE - McArthur (1977)

11PM EYEWITNESS NEWS

11:30 MOVIE - A New Kind Of Love (1963)

1:30 ROCK CONCERT-Music

2:30 IRONSIDE-Drama

3:30 IRONSIDE-Drama

4:30 SIGN OFF

MondayFriday

6AM EYEWITNESS NEWS

6:05 AMERICAN PEOPLES

6:35 FARM HOME & GARDEN

7AM TODAY

9AM CARD SHARKS-Game

9:30 HOLLYWOOD SQUARES-Game

10AM MORNING SHOW-Talk

11AM WHEEL OF FORTUNE-Game

11:30 HIGH ROLLERS-Game

NOON EYEWITNESS NEWS

12:30 PASSWORD-Game

1PM DAYS OF OUR LIVES-Serial

2PM DOCTORS-Serial

2:30 ANOTHER WORLD-Serial


4PM MIKE DOUGLAS-Talk

5:30 EYEWITNESS NEWS

6:30 NBC NEWS

7PM EVENING MAGAZINE-Magazine

7:30 CROSS WITS-Game

Monday

8PM LITTLE HOUSE ON A PRAIRIE-Adventure

9 PM NBC MONDAY NIGHT AT THE MOVIES - Heroes (1977)

Tuesday

8 PM BJ AND THE BEAR-Adventure

9 PM SHERIFF LOBO-Adventure

10 PM NEW CANDID CAMERA-Comedy

Wednesday

8 PM REAL PEOPLE-Magazine

9 PM DIFFRENT STROKES-Comedy

9:30 HELLO LARRY-Comedy

10 PM BEST OF SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE-Comedy

Thursday

8 PM BUCK ROGERS-Science Fiction

9 PM QUINCY-Drama

10 PM KATE LOVES A MYSTERY-Drama

Friday

8 PM SHIRLEY-Drama

9 PM ROCKFORD FILES-Drama
10 PM EISCHED-Drama

Monday-Friday

11PM EYEWITNESS NEWS

11:30 TONIGHT SHOW - Johnny Carson

1AM TOMORROW - Tom Snyder

MIDNIGHT SPECIAL (Friday)

2 AM EYEWITNESS NEWS

2:30 MOVIE - Green Fall Jungle (1956) Mon

Bounty Killer (1964) Tues

Horror Rises (1970) Wed

Death Rides A Horse (1969) Thurs

MARCUS WELBY MD (Friday)

3:30 MARCUS WELBY MD (Friday)

4:30 SIGN OFF

Saturday November 10, 1979

6 AM CONSOLATION

6:30 MAN BUILDS MAN DESTROYS

7 AM CARRASCOLENDIS-Children

7:30 CHALLENGE-Game

8 AM DAFFY DUCK-Cartoon

8:30 CASPER AND THE ANGELS-Cartoons

9 AM FRED & BARNEY-Cartoons

10 AM GLOBETROTTERS-Cartoon
10:30 THE SHMOO-Cartoon

11 AM FLASH GORDON-Cartoon

11:30 GODZILLACartoon

12 NOON JOHNNY QUEST-Cartoon

12:30 JETSONS-Cartoon

1 PM MOVIE - Plearure Of His Company (1961)

3 PM IN SEARCH OF

3:30 GREATEST SPORTS LEGENDS

4 PM NBC SPORTSWORLD

6 PM EYEWITNESS NEWS

6:30 NBC NEWS

7 PM MEETING HOUSE

7:30 CITY LIGHTS

8 PM CHiPS-Drama

9 PM BJ & THE BEAR-Adventure

10 PM A MAN CALLED SLOAN-Drama

11 PM EYEWITNESS NEWS

11:30 SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE

1 AM SECOND CITY TV

1:30 MOVIE - Long Ago Tomorrow (1971)

3:30 IRONSIDE

4:30 SIGN OFF

I am amazed at there were NO preemptions at the start of the 1977-78 season on astation like
KYW which had a huge reputation for preemptions. In 76-77 they only preempted an hour a day
which Channel 48 ran. This would not last. The Next summer when NBC revamped the schedule
KYW would increase preemptiuons. In 1980 they were up to three hours of preemptions of
daytime programming as Channel 17 ran most of the preemptions around their religious shows.
WPVI-TV 6 (ABC) Capital Cities (prior to owning ABC)

Sunday November 4, 1979

6 AM CHRISTOPHER CLOSEUP-Religion

6:30 THIS IS THE LIFE-Drama

7 AM DIRECTIONS

7:30 SUNDAY SESSION

8 AM DIALOGUE

8:30 SUNDAY MASS-Catholic

9 AM PANORAMA-Children

9:30 KIDS ARE PEOPLE TOO-Children

10:15 CAPTAIN NOAH-Children

10:45 KIDS ARE PEOPLE TOO-Children

10:56 SCHOOLHOUSE ROCK

11 AM AL ALBERTS-Children/Variety

12 NOON MATINEE MOVIE - Wonder Woman (1974)

2 PM LARRY FERRARI-Children/Variety

2:30 ISSUES AND ANSWERS

3 PM ACTION NEWS ISSUES AND ANSWERS

3:30 PERSPECTIVE

4 PM MOVIE - Ambushers (1977)

6 PM ACTION NEWS

6:30 ABC NEWS


7 PM SALVAGE-Drama

8 PM MORK AND MINDY-Comedy

8:30 BENSON-Comedy

9 PM ABC MOVIE - Jaws (1975)

11:30 ACTION NEWS

12 AM MOVIE - Candidate (1972)

2 AM PERSPECTIVE

2:30 SIGN OFF

Monday-Friday November 5-9, 1979

5:30 PERSPECTIVE - WPVIs longtime public affairs program.

6AM OPERATION ALPHABET-Children

6:30 CAPTAIN NOAH-Children

7AM GOOD MORNING AMERICA

9AM PHIL DONAHUE-Talk

10 AM PHILADELPHIA-Talk

11 AM LAVERNE AND SHIRLEY-Comedy

11:30 FAMILY FEUD-Game

NOON ACTION NEWS

12:30 RYAN'S HOPE-Serial

1PM ALL MY CHILDREN-Serial

2 PM ONE LIFE TO LIVE-Serial

3 PM GENERAL HOSPITAL-Serial

4PM MERV GRIFFIN - Variety(Edge Of Night was preempted and run on Channel 48 at 10:30 AM
weekdays and a day behind- Also Channel 6 preempted Pyramid and it would air on 48 as well.)

5:30 ACTION NEWS


6PM ACTION NEWS

6:30 ABC WORLD NEWS TONIGHT

7PM TIC TAC DOUGH-Game

Monday

7:30 HOLLYWOOD SQUARES-Game

8 PM THATS INCREDIBLE-Magazine

9 PM NFL FOOTBALL Houston Oilers At Miami Dopphins

12 AM EYEWITNESS NEWS

12:35 ABC NEWS NIGHTLINE

1:10 CHARLIES ANGELS-Drama

2:20 MOVIE Ride In The Whirlwind (1971)

4:20 SIGN OFF

Tuesday

7:30 PRICE IS RIGHT-Game

8 PM HAPPY DAYS-Comedy

8:30 LAVERNE AND SHIRLEY-Comedy

9 PM THREES COMPANY-Comedy

9:30 TAXI-Comedy

10 PM HART TO HART-Drama

Wednesday

7:30 HOLLYWOOD SQUARES-Game

8 PM EIGHT IS ENOUGH-Comedy/Drama

9 PM BARETTA-Drama

10 PM CHARLIES ANGELS-Drama

Thursday
7:30 NAME THAT TUNE-Game

8 PM MORK AND MINDY-Comedy

8:30 ANGIE-Comedy

9 PM BARNEY MILLER-Comedy

9:30 SOAP-Comedy

10 PM 20/20-Newsmagazine

Friday

7:30 NAME THAT TUNE-Game

8 PM FAMILY FEUD SPECIAL-Game

9 PM MOVIE New Topper (1979)

Tuesday-Friday

11 PM ACTION NEWS

Tuesday/Early Wednesday

11:30 ABC NEWS NIGHTLINE

12:05 BARNEY MILLER-Comedy

12:40 ABC LATE MOVIE - Beautiful But Deadly (1973)

2:50 ACTION NEWS

3:20 MOVIE Sweet Hostage (1977)

5:20 SIGN OFF

Wednesday/Early Thursday

11:30 ABC NEWS NIGHTLINE

12:05 LOVE BOAT-Comedy

1:15 BARETTA-Drama
2:25 EYEWITNESS NEWS

2:55 MOVIE Ride The Man Down (1953)

5:55 TEST PATTERN

Thursday/Early Friday

11:30 ABC NEWS NIGHTLIONE

12:05 POLICE WOMAN-Drama

1:15 QUINCY-Drama

2:25 EYEWITNESS NEWS

2:55 MOVIE Year 2889 (1960)

4:55 SIGN OFF

Friday/Early Saturday

11:30 ABC NEWS NIGHTLINE

12:05 CHARLIES ANGELS Drama

1:15 MOVIE Night Slaves (1968)

3:25 MOVIE Curses On A Fly (1965)

Saturday November 10, 1979

6 AM SCOOBY & SCRAPPY DOO-Cartoon

6:26 SCHOOLHOUSE ROCK

6:30 CHIEF HALFTOWN-Children

7 AM ANIMALS ANIMALS ANIMALS-Children

7:30 WEEKEND SPECIAL-Variety

7:56 SCHOOLHOUSE ROCK

8 AM SUPERFRIENDS-Cartoons

8:26 SCHOOLHOUSE ROCK


8:30 PLASTIC MAN AND FRIENDS-Cartoons

8:56 SCHOOLHOUSE ROCK

9 AM SCOOBY DOOS ALL STAR LAFF OLYMPICS-Cartoons

10:56 SCHOOLHOUSE ROCK

11 AM CAPTAIN NOAH- Children

12 NOON SPIDERWOMAN-Cartoon

12:26 SCHOOLHOUSE ROCK

12:30 AMERICAN BANDSTAND-Music

1:30 COLLEGE FOOTBALL

4 PM COLLEGE FOOTBALL

6:30 ACTION NEWS

7 PM VISIONS

7:30 PRIME TIME

8 PM LOVE BOAT-Comedy

9 PM LOVE BOAT-Comedy

10 PM FANTASY ISLAND-Fantasy

11 PM ACTION NEWS

11:30 LATE MOVIE - Last Of Shiela (1973)

1:30 LATE LATE MOVIE - Kiss The Girls & Make Them Die (1967)

3:30 SIGN OFF

WCAU-TV 10 (CBS) CBS

Sunday November 4, 1979

5 AM TEST PATTERN
5:30 AM SUNDAY

6:30 TURN TO 10

7 AM SKATEBIRDS-Cartoon

7:26 IN THE NEWS

7:30 MARLO & THE MAGIC MOVIE MACHINE

8 AM EARTHWATCH

9 AM CBS NEWS SUNDAY MORNING

10:30 INSIDE STORY

11 AM UPDATE

11:30 FACE THE NATION

12 NOON DICK VERMEIL

12:30 NFL TODAY

1 PM NFL FOOTBALL - Washington Redskins At Pittsburgh Steelers

4 PM MOVIE - Gunfight At Okay Corralle (1957)

6 PM NEWS

6:30 CBS NEWS

7 PM 60 MINUTES

8 PM ARCHIE BUNKER'S PLACE-Comedy

8:30 ONE DAY AT A TIME-Comedy

9 PM ALICE-Comedy

9:30 JEFFERSONS-Comedy

10 PM TRAPPER JOHN MD-Drama

11 PM NEWS

11:30 NAME OF THE GAME-Drama

1 AM LATE MOVIE - Proud Ones (1956)


3 AM NAME OF THE GAME-Drama

4:30 TEST PATTERN

Monday-Friday November 5-8, 1979

5 AM TEST PATTERN

5:40 AG NEWS

6AM SUNRISE SEMESTER-Instruction

6:30 GROWING UP (Mon;Wed)

PARTY OF THE FIRST PART (Tues;Thurs)

MIGHTY MOUSE/HECKLE & JACKLE-Cartoon (Fri)

6:56 IN THE NEWS (Fri)

7AM CBS MORNING

8AM CAPTAIN KANGAROO-Children

9AM JOEL A SPICAK-Talk

9:30 MATCH GAME-Game (Except Tuesday)

TURN TO 10 (Tuesday)

10AM BEAT THE CLOCK-Game

10:30 WHEW-Game

11 AM PRICE IS RIGHT-Game

12 NOON LOVE OF LIFE-Serial

12:30 SEARCH FOR TOMORROW-Serial

1PM YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS-Serial

1:30 AS THE WORLD TURNS-Serial

2:30 GUIDING LIGHT-Serial

3:30 ONE DAY AT A TIME-Comedy


4PM AFTERNOON MOVIE - Andromeda Strain Part One (1971) Mon

SCHOOLBREAK SPECIAL Going Places (Tuesday)

Day The Earth Moved (1974) Wed

Trapped Beneath The Sea (1974) Thurs

Skyway To Death (1973) Fri

5 PM AFTERNOON MOVIE - Andromeda Strain Part Two (1971) Tues

6PM NEWS

6:30 CBS NEWS

7PM NEWLYWED GAME-Game

Monday

7:30 DOLLAR 98 BEAUTY SHOW-Game

8 PM WHITE SHADOW-Drama

9 PM M*A*S*H-Comedy

9:30 FLO-Comedy

10 PM LOU GRANT-Drama

Tuesday

7:30 MUPPET SHOW-Children/Variety

8 PM CALIFORNIA FEVER-Drama

9 PM CBS MOVIE 11TH Victim (1979)

Wednesday

7:30 SHA NA NA-Music

8 PM CBS REPORTS

9 PM CBS MOVIE Suicides Wife (1979)

Thursday
7:30 MUPPET SHOW-Children/Variety

8 PM WALTONS-Drama

9 PM HAWAII-FIVE-O-Drama

10 PM BARNABY JONES-Drama

Friday

7:30 SHA NA NA-Music

8 PM INCREDIBLE HULK-Adventure

9 PM DUKES OF HAZARD- Western

10 PM DALLAS-Serial/Drama

Monday-Friday

11PM NEWS

Monday/Early Tuesday

11:30 HARRY O-Drama

12:40 MCCLOUD-Drama

2:15 NEWS

2:50 LATE MOVIE - Snake Pit (1948)

4 AM NAME OF THE GAME-DRama

Tuesday/Early Wednesday

11:30 BARNABY JONES-Drama

12:40 CBS MOVIE Las Vegas Lady (1976)

2:50 NEWS

3:20 MOVIE Rocky Mountain (1950)

5:40 TEST PATTERN


Wednesday/Early Thursday

11:30 BLACK SHEEP SQUALDRON-Drama

12:40 HAWAII-FIVE-O-Drama

1:50 NEWS

2:20 MOVIE Marjorie Morningster (1958)

4 AM NAME OF THE GAME-Drama

5:35 TEST PATTERN

Thursday/Early Friday

11:30 CBS LATE MOVIE Columbo: Try & Catch (1977)

1:20 CBS LATE LATE MOVIE Banacek (1972)

2:50 NEWS

3:30 MOVIE Secret Adventure (1941)

5:30 TEST PATTERN

Friday/Early Saturday

11:30 NIGHT STALKER

12:40 CBS LATE LATE MOVIE Beyond The Door (1975)

2:50 NEWS

3:30 MOVIE Return From The Sea (1954)

5:45 TEST PATTERN

Saturday November 10, 1979

5 AM TEST PATTERN

5:50 AG NEWS

6 AM SUNRISE SEMESTER-Instruction

6:30 PARTY OF THE FIRST PART


7 AM CREDO-Religion

8 AM CANDY APPLE NEWS COMPANY-Children

8:15 THREE ROBONIC STOOGES-Cartoon

8:41 IN THE NEWS

8:45 CANDY APPLE NEWS COMPANY-Children

9 AM BUGS BUNNY/ROAD RUNNER-Cartoons

10:26 IN THE NEWS

10:30 ALL NEW POPEYE-Cartoons

11:26 IN THE NEWS

11:30 FAT ALBERT-Cartoons

11:56 IN THE NEWS

12 NOON JASON OF STAR COMMAND-Adventure

12:26 IN THE NEWS

12:30 TARZAN & THE SUPER 7-Cartoons

1:26 IN THE NEWS

1:30 30 MINUTES-Magazine

1:56 IN THE NEWS

2 PM DRAK PACK-Cartoon

2:26 IN THE NEWS

2:30 KIDSWORLD

3 PM MOVIE- JUngle (1952)

4:30 CBS SPORTS SPECTACULAR

6 PM NEWS

6:30 CBS NEWS

7 PM GONG SHOW-Game
7:30 GONG SHOW-Game

8 PM LOST TREASURE OF THE CONCEPCION-Drama

9 PM CBS MOVIE - Act Of Violence (1979)

11 PM NEWS

11:30 MOVIE - Savage Boss (1976)

1:30 NAME OF THE GAME

3 AM MOVIE - Untamed (1955)

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Re: Retro TV: Philadelphia - fall 1979

Could you post listings from March and June 1981.

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KYW-TV 3 (NBC) Westinghouse


Sunday November 4, 1979

8 AM CHALLENGE-Game

Sure this was a gamew show? It look like it's in the middle of the public affairs block.

WPVI-TV 6 (ABC) Capital Cities (prior to owning ABC)

Monday-Friday November 5-9, 1979

6AM OPERATION ALPHABET-Children

Actually, this was an early literacy program for adults who couldn't read. This black and white
series was produced by what was WFIL-TV around 1965-1966, then repeated over and over
again through the early-1980s.

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Re: Retro TV: Philadelphia - fall 1979

Actuallu "Challenge" on KYW was a game show for children with children as contestants at that
time.

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Quote Originally Posted by azumanga

Quote Originally Posted by Markd

KYW-TV 3 (NBC) Westinghouse

Sunday November 4, 1979

8 AM CHALLENGE-Game

Sure this was a gamew show? It look like it's in the middle of the public affairs block.

Yes, as Markd pointed out. A children's quiz show hosted by Anita Klever.

WPVI-TV 6 (ABC) Capital Cities (prior to owning ABC)

Monday-Friday November 5-9, 1979

6AM OPERATION ALPHABET-Children

Actually, this was an early literacy program for adults who couldn't read. This black and white
series was produced by what was WFIL-TV around 1965-1966, then repeated over and over
again through the early-1980s.

Produced by WFIL in the early 1960s, in association with the School District of Philadelphia. It
was indeed for adult education. Hosted by Dr. Alexander Shevlin.

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Fall 1979 November 4-10 - New Jersey Herald

[...]

Sunday November 4, 1979

1PM NFL FOOTBALL - Philadelphia Eagles At Cleveland Browns

[...]

According to p. 149 of The Pro Football Encyclopedia (Macmillan, 1997 ed.) that game was
played in Philly, not Cleveland. The Browns won 24-19.

I watched it in the TV room of my dormitory at what is now Kutztown University, where I was a
freshman. Four things I recall from that telecast...

1) Harold Carmichael, #17 of the Eagles, with the build and gait of an oil derrick, catching a short
pass (on maybe the second play from scrimmage of the game) to give himself 105(?) consecutive
games with a pass reception, breaking the NFL record held by Danny Abramowicz
1a) Carmichael, at halftime, receiving a trophy for his receiving streak that was about twice as
tall as his 6'8" frame

2) Wilbert Montgomery, #31, rushing for nearly 200 yards

3) NBC interrupting the telecast sometime in the second quarter to show footage of the
hostages from the U.S. embassy in Iran being paraded through Teheran. They'd been taken
hostage earlier that day. I'd heard the news that morning on KYW 1060 but didn't think about
the import of the event for a few days or so, much less that they would be held for 444 days.

ixnay

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Re: Retro TV: Philadelphia - fall 1979

Okay, a few annotations to your excellent post:

Quote Originally Posted by Markd

Fall 1979 November 4-10 - New Jersey Herald

KYW-TV 3 (NBC) Westinghouse

Sunday November 4, 1979

8 AM CHALLENGE-Game

As mentioned, this was the long-running locally-produced kids' quiz show hosted by Anita Klever.
MondayFriday

6:35 FARM HOME & GARDEN

Another long-running KYW staple (ran from the mid-1950s to the late 1980s), hosted by station
announcer Gary Geers.

9AM CARD SHARKS-Game

9:30 HOLLYWOOD SQUARES-Game

10AM MORNING SHOW-Talk

CS and HSQ were on a one-day tape delay, pre-empted by the program that followed them here,
the MORNING SHOW.

4PM MIKE DOUGLAS-Talk

Mike was in Hollywood by now, having moved his show from KYW's 5th & Market studios a year
earlier.

Saturday November 10, 1979

7 AM CARRASCOLENDIS-Children

It's "Carrascolendas"--this syndicated Spanish kids' show was a fixture throughout the 70s.

7 PM MEETING HOUSE

This formerly led off KYW's Tuesday night lineup, having replaced NBC fare like "Black Sheep
Squadron" and "Grandpa Goes To Washington" during the '70s.

I am amazed at there were NO preemptions at the start of the 1977-78 season on a station like
KYW which had a huge reputation for preemptions. In 76-77 they only preempted an hour a day
which Channel 48 ran. This would not last. The Next summer when NBC revamped the schedule
KYW would increase preemptiuons. In 1980 they were up to three hours of preemptions of
daytime programming as Channel 17 ran most of the preemptions around their religious shows.

Don't forget the aforementioned Tuesday night bumping of NBC's 8PM programs, and the
occasional pre-emption of network movies. In the early 1980s, some of NBC's daytime sitcom
reruns (THE FACTS OF LIFE, DIFF'RENT STROKES) ended up on WTAF-29.

WPVI-TV 6 (ABC) Capital Cities (prior to owning ABC)

Sunday November 4, 1979

7 AM DIRECTIONS

This was ABC's long-running religious program, similar to CBS' LAMP UNTO MY FEET

8:30 SUNDAY MASS-Catholic

WPVI still airs the Catholic mass some thirty years later, though now at 5:30 AM.

10:15 CAPTAIN NOAH-Children

11 AM AL ALBERTS-Children/Variety

Two of WPVI's greatest local kids' shows. It's a great testament to their endurance that both
lasted until the mid-1990s, prior to the sale to Disney.

12 NOON MATINEE MOVIE - Wonder Woman (1974)

The Cathy Lee Crosby classic...

2 PM LARRY FERRARI-Children/Variety

Uh, more like a weekly organ recital than a children's variety show. Ferrari was another longtime
station staple, whose 40-year run on WPVI only ended with his death in 1997.

8 PM MORK AND MINDY-Comedy

Ah yes, this was ABC's ill-fated attempt to move the Robin Williams vehicle from its successful
Thursday timeslot to this one. It didn't work, and the sitcom never really recovered. It was gone
two seasons later.

Monday-Friday November 5-9, 1979

6AM OPERATION ALPHABET-Children

As mentioned previously, the adult literacy program produced by then-WFIL-TV and the School
District in the early 1960s. You gotta love WPVI for continuing to air this B&W program into the
early 1980s.

10 AM PHILADELPHIA-Talk

The early days of this long-running (into the late 1990s before moving to late nights) program
were hosted by future INN anchor Claire Carter and future ACTION NEWS weatherman (and
David Boreanaz's dad) Dave Roberts.

4PM MERV GRIFFIN - Variety(Edge Of Night was preempted and run on Channel 48 at 10:30 AM
weekdays and a day behind- Also Channel 6 preempted Pyramid and it would air on 48 as well.)

Pyramid aired at 12 Noon. Later ABC preemptions went to WTAF-29.

7PM TIC TAC DOUGH-Game

This was shortly before Lt. Thom McKee's then-record-setting $300K+ run on the game show.

Monday

12 AM EYEWITNESS NEWS

Uh, no. It was ACTION NEWS even after Howard Cosell & co.

Well, I need to get some sleep, and this post is long enough . I'll continue this tomorrow.
---Perf2K8, who bids you good night.

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3) NBC interrupting the telecast sometime in the second quarter to show footage of the
hostages from the U.S. embassy in Iran being paraded through Teheran. They'd been taken
hostage earlier that day. I'd heard the news that morning on KYW 1060 but didn't think about
the import of the event for a few days or so, much less that they would be held for 444 days.

An ongoing event and, as we know, the nightly reports about it on ABC eventually morphed into
"Nightline" and made Ted Koppel as star.

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Quote Originally Posted by Markd

Sunday November 4, 1979

1PM NFL FOOTBALL - Philadelphia Eagles At Cleveland Browns

According to p. 149 of The Pro Football Encyclopedia (Macmillan, 1997 ed.) that game was
played in Philly, not Cleveland. The Browns won 24-19.

Then the NFL's rules must have been very lax at that time, as CBS was airing another game right
opposite it on Channel 10!

Retro: ABC Network Schedule for Tuesday, December 6, 1988 (with YouTube links)

It's been awhile but I'm back!

EST only

7:00 Good Morning America

9:00 Local Programming

11:00 Growing Pains

11:30 The Home Show

12:00 Ryan's Hope

12:30 Loving

1:00 All My Children

2:00 One Life to Live

3:00 General Hospital

4:00 Local Programming

World News Tonight airs at 6:30 or 7:00


8:00 Who's the Boss?: "Double Dump"

8:30 Roseanne: "Lover's Lane"

9:00 Moonlighting: "A Womb with a View"

10:00 thirtysomething: "We'll Meet Again"

11:00 Local Programming

11:30 Nightline

Links:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-aTkibb1cd4

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YWI6x-t_GjU

Sources:

The Encyclopedia of Daytime Television by Wesley Hyatt

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

by Tim Brooks and Earle Marsh

TV.com http://www.tv.com

Retro: NBC Network Schedule for Monday, February 18, 1991

All times EST

6:30 NBC News at Sunrise

7:00 Today

9:00 Local Programming

10:00 TrialWatch
10:30 Wheel of Fortune

11:00 To Tell the Truth

11:30 Classic Concentration

12:00 Local Programming

12:30 A Closer Look with Faith Daniels

1:00 Days of Our Lives

2:00 Another World

3:00 Santa Barbara

4:00 Local Programming

NBC Nightly News airs at 6:30 or 7:00

8:00 The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air "Love at First Sight"

8:30 Blossom "Thanks for the Memorex"

9:00 Monday Night at the Movies: "Love, Lies, and Murder" (Part 2 of a 2-part miniseries)

11:00 Local Programming

11:30 The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson

12:30 Late Night with David Letterman

1:30 Later with Bob Costas

The Encyclopedia of Daytime Television by Wesley Hyatt

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

by Tim Brooks and Earle Marsh

IMDB http://www.imdb.com

TV.com http://www.tv.com
Sorry, no YouTube link this time. But I did piece this together after watching that night's movie
on Lifetime Movie Network today.

Retro:West Virginia-Ohio, Friday, 7/12/85

Source:The Parkersburg News-Marietta A.M.(Note-I did not list the PBS affiliates)

Charleston-Huntington

WSAZ Channel 3(NBC)

6:00 NBC News At Sunrise

6:30 News

7:00 Today

9:00 Search For Tomorrow

9:30 Let's Make A Deal

10:00 Silver Spoons

10:30 Sale Of The Century

11:00 Wheel Of Fortune

11:30 Scrabble

12:00 Super Password

12:30 News

1:00 Days Of Our Lives

2:00 Another World

3:00 Santa Barbara

4:00 Cartoons

4:30 Barney Miller

5:00 Rockford Files


6:00 News

6:30 NBC News

7:00 P.M. Magazine

7:30 Tic Tac Dough

8:00 Michael Nesmith In Television Parts

8:30 Slickers

9:00 V

10:00 Miami Vice

11:00 News

11:30 Tonight(Guest Host:Joan Rivers)

12:30 Friday Night Videos

2:00 News

WCHS Channel 8(CBS)

6:00 Jimmy Swaggart

6:30 CBS Early Morning News

7:00 CBS Morning News

9:00 Beverly Hillbillies

9:30 Newlywed Game

10:00 $25,000 Pyramid

10:30 Press Your Luck

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 Hour Magazine

5:00 Jeopardy!

5:30 People's Court

6:00 News

6:30 CBS News

7:00 Wheel Of Fortune

7:30 Family Feud

8:00 Dukes Of Hazzard

9:00 Movie-Hear No Evil(Made For TV, 1982)

11:00 News

11:30 Movie-Jamaican Gold(1979)

WOWK Channel 13(ABC)

5:30 Jim Bakker

6:30 Tri-State This Morning/Newsmakers

6:45 ABC News This Morning

7:00 Good Morning America

9:00 Donahue

10:00 Waltons

11:00 All-Star Blitz

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 Big Valley

5:00 Happy Days

5:30 Three's Company

6:00 News

6:30 ABC News

7:00 Divorce Court

7:30 Entertainment Tonight

8:00 Webster

8:30 Comedy Factory

9:00 Benson

9:30 People Do The Craziest Things

10:00 Matt Houston

11:00 News

11:30 Nightline

12:00 ABC Rocks

12:30 News

1:00 News

WVAH Channel 23(Ind.)

5:00 Medical Center

6:00 Morning Stretch

6:30 20 Minute Workout


7:00 Bugs Bunny And Friends

7:30 Flintstones

8:00 Popeye

8:30 Great Space Coaster

9:00 New Life For Today

9:30 Jimmy Swaggart

10:00 700 Club

11:00 Jim Bakker

12:00 20 Minute Workout

12:30 I Dream Of Jeannie

1:00 Gidget

1:30 Courtship Of Eddie's Father

2:00 Munsters

2:30 Gilligan's Island

3:00 Superfriends

3:30 He-Man & The Masters Of The Universe

4:00 Scooby Doo

4:30 Bewitched

5:00 Brady Bunch(Two Episodes)

6:00 Hogan's Heroes

6:30 F-Troop

7:00 Star Trek

8:00 Movie-2001:A Space Odyssey(1968)

10:00 Search For Wealth(Infomercial)

10:30 I.N.N. News


11:00 Benny Hill

11:30 Honeymooners

12:00 Hawk

1:00 Movie-The Dogs Of War(1981)

3:00 Movie-Cruise Into Terror(Made For TV, 1978)

Parkersburg

WTAP Channel 15(NBC)

6:30 NBC News At Sunrise

6:45 News

7:00 Today

9:00 Donahue

10:00 Silver Spoons

10:30 Sale Of The Century

11:00 Wheel Of Fortune

11:30 Scrabble

12:00 News

12:30 Search For Tomorrow

1:00 Days Of Our Lives

2:00 Another World

3:00 Santa Barbara

4:00 Love Connection

4:30 Happy Days

5:00 Laverne & Shirley

5:30 Super Password


6:00 News

6:30 NBC News

7:00 Wheel Of Fortune

7:30 Jeopardy!

8:00 Michael Nesmith In Television Parts

8:30 Slickers

9:00 V

10:00 Miami Vice

11:00 News

11:30 Tonight(Guest Host:Joan Rivers)

12:30 Friday Night Videos

Clarksburg-Weston

WDTV Channel 5(CBS)

6:00 Morning Stretch

6:30 CBS Early Morning News

7:00 CBS Morning News

9:00 Morning Stretch

9:30 Body Language

10:00 $25,000 Pyramid

10:30 Press Your Luck

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 Hogan's Heroes

4:30 He-Man & The Masters Of The Universe

5:00 Gidget

5:30 M*A*S*H

6:00 News

6:30 CBS News

7:00 Wheel Of Fortune

7:30 $100,000 Name That Tune

8:00 Dukes Of Hazzard

9:00 Movie-Hear No Evil(Made For TV, 1982)

11:00 News

11:30 Movie-Jamaican Gold(1979)

WBOY Channel 12(NBC/ABC)

6:00 News

6:30 NBC News At Sunrise

7:00 Today

9:00 All-Star Blitz

9:30 Angie

10:00 Silver Spoons

10:30 Sale Of The Century

11:00 Wheel Of Fortune

11:30 Scrabble
12:00 News

12:30 Search For Tomorrow

1:00 Days Of Our Lives

2:00 Another World

3:00 Santa Barbara

4:00 Love Connection

4:30 Scooby Doo

5:00 Dukes Of Hazzard

6:00 News

6:30 NBC News

7:00 Family Feud

7:30 Let's Make A Deal

8:00 Michael Nesmith In Television Parts

8:30 Slickers

9:00 V

10:00 Miami Vice

11:00 News

11:30 Tonight(Guest Host:Joan Rivers)

12:30 Friday Night Videos

Wheeling-Steubenville

WTRF Channel 7(CBS)

6:00 News

7:00 CBS Morning News

9:00 Donahue
10:00 $25,000 Pyramid

10:30 Press Your Luck

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 Little House On The Prairie

5:00 Body Language

5:30 Let's Make A Deal

6:00 News

7:00 CBS News

7:30 Wheel Of Fortune

8:00 Dukes Of Hazzard

9:00 Movie-Hear No Evil(Made For TV, 1982)

11:00 News

11:30 Movie-Jamaican Gold(1979)

Beckley-Bluefield

WOAY Channel 4(ABC)

6:00 Jimmy Swaggart

6:30 ABC News This Morning

7:00 Good Morning America

9:00 Little House On The Prairie


10:00 Happy Days

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 Scooby Doo

4:30 Andy Griffith

5:00 Alice

5:30 M*A*S*H

6:00 News

6:30 ABC News

7:00 Wheel Of Fortune

7:30 Jeopardy!

8:00 Webster

8:30 Comedy Factory

9:00 Benson

9:30 People Do The Craziest Things

10:00 Matt Houston

11:00 News

11:30 Nightline

12:00 ABC Rocks


12:30 Happy Days

1:00 News

Columbus

WTVN Channel 6(ABC)

5:30 700 Club

6:30 ABC News This Morning

6:45 News

7:00 Good Morning America

9:00 Angie

9:30 Rhoda

10:00 Hour Magazine

11:00 People's Court

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 Jeffersons

4:30 Little House On The Prairie

5:30 News

6:00 News

6:30 ABC News

7:00 Entertainment Tonight


7:30 Family Feud

8:00 Webster

8:30 Comedy Factory

9:00 Benson

9:30 People Do The Craziest Things

10:00 Matt Houston

11:00 News

11:30 WKRP In Cincinnati

12:00 Benny Hill

12:30 Nightline

1:00 ABC Rocks

1:30 Star Search

2:30 Movie-Pursuit(1975)

WBNS Channel 10(CBS)

6:00 20 Minute Workout

6:30 News

7:00 CBS News This Morning

9:00 20 Minute Workout

9:30 Body Language

10:00 Jeopardy!

10:30 Press Your Luck

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 Mork & Mindy

4:30 Alice

5:00 M*A*S*H

5:30 News

6:00 News

6:30 CBS News

7:00 News

7:30 Wheel Of Fortune

8:00 Dukes Of Hazzard

9:00 Movie-Hear No Evil(Made For TV, 1982)

11:00 News

11:30 Taxi

12:00 Movie-Thirst(1979)

2:00 Movie-The Visitor(1979)

Didn't the WVAH-TV call letters move over to today's FOX channel 11 in Charleston/Huntington?

Yes, they did

Odd that they didn't list WCMH/4, NBC in Columbus,

nor WVVA/6, NBC in Bluefield (WOAY is in Oak Hill, WV,

which may explain that).


WCHS and WOWK swapped affiliations in 1988.

RETRO: Anchorage, Alaska (June 27, 1992)

Source: Anchorage Daily News "TV News"

2-KTUU (NBC)

4-KTBY-(FOX)

5-KYES (Independent)

7-KAKM (PBS)

11-KTVA (CBS)

13-KIMO (ABC)

20-Religious

6:00 AM

2-Spacecats

7-Telecourse Grab Bag

11-Muppet Babies

13-Winnie The Pooh

20-St. Bernard

6:30

2-Yo, Yogi!

4-Superboy

11-Mother Goose and Grimm

13-Land of the Lost (the 1991 revival)


20-Joy Junction

7:00

2-Captain N and New Super Mario World

4-GWF Major League Wrestling

5-Club Golf

7-Cooking in America

11-Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

13-Slimer! and The Real Ghostbusters

20-Quilt in a Day

7:30

2-ProStars

5-To Be Announced (infomercial?)

7-Welcome To My Studio

13-Pirates of Dark Water

20-Quigley's Village

8:00

2-Captain Planet and the Planeteers

4-Attack of the Killer Tomatoes

5-Gold Prospecting

7-Woodcarving with Rick Butz

11-Garfield and Friends

13-Bugs Bunny and Tweety Show


20-Flying House

8:30

2-TENNIS: Wimbledon (Early-round singles matches)

4-Bobby's World

7-The Victory Garden

20-Sunshine Factory

9:00

4-Tom and Jerry Kids

5-Wall Street Journal Report

7-Frugal Gourmet

11-BASEBALL: Regional games (Braves @ Reds, Brewers @ Red Sox, Mets @ Cardinals)

13-Paid Programming ("Food Preparation"; actually, it was an infomercial for the Ronco Food
Dehydrator)

20-Davey and Goliath

9:30

4-Taz-Mania

5-Images

7-This Old House

13-Way Cool

20-Flying House

10:00

4-Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventures


5-MOVIE: "Dreams Don't Die" (1982)

7-Alaska Home and Garden

13-GamePro (JD Roth went from "Fun House" to this?)

20-Superbook

USA-WBF Bodystars (the WBF -- World Bodybuilding Federation -- was Vince McMahon's
attempt to take on the bodybuilding industry...and it failed miserably!)

10:30

4-Little Shop of Horrors

7-Hometime

13-Paid Programming

20-Fishing Diary

11:00

2-Olympic Showcase

4-WWF (WWE) Superstars of Wrestling

7-Motorweek

13-BOWLING: El Paso Open

20-Midwest Angler

11:30

7-New Yankee Workshop

20-Outdoor Encounters

Noon

4-Lightning Force
5-Karaoke Showcase (Do we already have a show like this? It's called "American Idol"!)

7-Adventures in Scale Modeling

20-The Sportsman

12:30 PM

4-Super Force

7-Quilt in a Day

11-GOLF: Buick Classic (Third Round)

13-Wide World of Sports

20-Best of Bill Dance

1:00

4-MOVIE: "To Catch A Thief" (1955)

5-Soul Train

7-Sewing With Nancy

20-Outdoors with Dean Durham

1:30

7-Sewing Connection

20-Reel Adventure

2:00

2-Best of National Geographic

5-MOVIE: "Carry On Screaming" (1967)

7-Survival
11-Mutual of Omaha's Wild Kingdom

13-Grudge Match

20-Graham Kerr

2:05

TBS-WCW Saturday Night

2:30

11-Paid Programming

20-To Be Announced

3:00

2-MOVIE: "Heart" (1987)

4-Paid Programming ("Personal Power")

7-Lonesome Pine

11-New Adam-12

13-American Gladiators (yes, the original with Mike Adamle and Larry Czonka)

20-Over-The-Hill Gang

WGN-Runaway with the Rich and Famous ("Lifestyles'" spinoff show)

3:30

4-On Pit Road

11-New Dragnet

WGN-$100,000 Fortune Hunt


4:00

4-Paid Programming ("Food Preparation", aka Ronco Food Dehydrator)

5-Hee Haw

7-Best of Joy of Painting

11-On Scene: Emergency Response

13-MOVIE: "Guys and Dolls" (1955)

20-Homeland Harmonies

4:30

4-Perfect Strangers

7-Inspiration of Painting

11-Missing/Reward

20-Gary McSpeeden

5:00

2-New WKRP In Cincinnati

4-A Current Affair Extra

5-Weekend

7-The New Explorers

11-CBS News

20-Saturday Showcase

5:30

2-NBC News

5-Talent Alaska
7-Computer Chronicles

11-Beauty and the Beast

6:00

2-News

4-Street Justice ("Kid Stuff")

5-Undersea World of Jacques Cousteau ("Unexpected Voyage of Pepito and Cristobal")

7-Wall $treet Week

20-Jerry Prevo

6:30

2-Who's The Boss?

7-Technopolitics

11-Roggin's Heroes

7:00

2-The Golden Girls

4-Entertainment Tonight

5-Harry and the Hendersons ("Till Theft Do Us Part")

7-Club Connect

11-National Geographic: On Assignment

13-Baywatch ("Lost Treasure of Tower 12")

20-Jack Van Impe

7:30
2-Home Fries

5-Tarzan ("Tarzan in the Sacred Cave")

7-Degrassi High ("Natural Attraction")

20-John Ankerberg

8:00

2-Empty Nest

4-COPS (full hour)

5-MOVIE: "Sword of Gideon" (1986)

7-To Be Announced

11-MOVIE: "Return to Green Acres" (1990)

13-To Be Announced

20-Jack Hayford

8:30

2-Nurses

13-Julie

9:00

2-Sisters

4-Code 3

7-MOVIE: "The Adventures of Robin Hood" (1938)

13-Perfect Strangers

20-Day of Discovery
9:30

4-Vinnie and Bobby

13-On The Air

20-Charles Stanley

10:00

2-Star Trek: The Next Generation ("Conundrum")

4-Arsenio Hall

11-Jake and the Fatman

13-The Commish

10:30

20-Love Worth Finding

11:00

2-Cheers

4-Comic Strip Live

7-Mystery! ("A Taste For Death", Part 6)

11-MOVIE: "Deadly Hero" (1976)

13-MOVIE: "A Ghost in Monte Carlo" (1990)

11:30

2-Saturday Night Live (Jason Priestley/Teenage Fan Club)

20-Jerry Prevo
Midnight

4-Friday The 13th: The Series

5-The Box (music videos)

7-Alaska Is

12:30 AM

20-Christian Lifestyle Magazine

1:00

2-Byron Allen

4-Howard Stern

11-MOVIE: "Wake of the Red Witch" (1948)

13-Siskel & Ebert

20-Prophecy in the News

1:30

13-Memories...Then and Now

20-Jewish Voice

2:00

4-America's Top 10

13-The West

20-Jerry Prevo

2:30
4-Lightning Force

13-Emergency Call

3:00

4-Super Force

11-MOVIE: "Lady for a Night" (1942)

20-There's Hope

3:30

4-Superboy

20-Day of Discovery

4:00

4-Night Flight

20-Jerry Falwell

4:30

11-On Scene: Emergency Response

5:00

11-MOVIE: Repeat of "Return to Green Acres"

5:50

7-Alaska Is
As you can see, KTBY and KTVA were pretty much the only two stations in Alaska to go 24 hours a
day by 1992, though I'm thinking the former station was the first.

Over here in Fairbanks, we got company as KFXF in Fairbanks signed on around that time. Prior
to that, the Foxnet channel on cable was our only source for Fox programming.

Jonathan Allen

Retro: St Louis Tues, July 1, 1986

from TV Guide-St Louis edition

KTVI 2-ABC

5:55 Thought for Today

6:00 Romper Room & Friends

6:30 ABC World News This Morning

7:00 Good Morning America

9:00 Waltons

10:00 Lifestyles of the Rich & Famous

10:30 New Love American Style

11:00 Ryan's Hope

11:30 Loving

noon All My Children

1:00 One Life to Live

2:00 General Hospital

3:00 Divorce Court

3:30 Jeffersons
4:00 Three's Company

4:30 Taxi

5:00 News

5:30 ABC World News Tonight

6:00 News

6:30 Entertainment Tonight

7:00 Who's the Boss?

7:30 Growing Pains

8:00 Moonlighting

9:00 Spenser: For Hire

10:00 News

10:30 M*A*S*H

11:00 Nightline

11:30 Eye on Hollywood

mid. Mission: Impossible

1:00 News

1:30 Perception

2:00 Thought for Today

2:05 sign-off

KMOV 4-CBS

5:30 AgDay

6:00 Straight Talk

6:30 CBS Early Morning News

7:00 CBS Morning News


9:00 $25,000 Pyramid

9:30 New Card Sharks

10:00 Price is Right

11:00 Young & the Restless

noon Press Your Luck

12:30 As the World Turns

1:30 Capitol

2:00 Guiding Light

3:00 Quincy

4:00 Hart to Hart

5:00 News

5:30 CBS Evening News

6:00 News

6:30 Newlywed Game

7:00 Simon & Simon

8:00 Ellis Island (conclusion)

10:00 News

10:30 Carol Burnett & Friends

11:00 Simon & Simon

12:10 Movie "Beyond Reason"

1:30 sign-off

KSDK 5-NBC

6:00 NBC News at Sunrise

6:30 Today in St Louis


7:00 Today

9:00 Phil Donahue

10:00 Sally Jessy Raphael

10:30 Scrabble

11:00 Super Password

11:30 Wheel of Fortune

noon News

12:30 Days of Our Lives

1:30 Another World

2:30 Sale of the Century

3:00 Hour Magazine

4:00 People's Court

4:30 Jeopardy!

5:00 News

5:30 NBC Nightly News

6:00 News

6:30 Wheel of Fortune

7:00 A-Team

8:00 Hunter

9:00 1986

10:00 News

10:30 Wimbledon Update

10:45 Tonight Show

11:45 Love Connection

12:15 Late Night with David Letterman


1:15 News

1:45 sign-off

KETC 9-PBS

6:15 New Literacy

6:45 AM Weather

7:00 Lilias, Yoga & You

7:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

8:00 Sesame Street

9:00 Today's Special

9:30 Reading Rainbow

10:00 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

10:30 3-2-1 Contact

11:00 Today's Special

11:30 Sesame Street

12:30 Joy of Painting

1:00 Magic of Floral Painting

1:30 Romagnoli's Table

2:00 This Old House

2:30 We're Cooking Now

3:00 Sesame Street

4:00 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

4:30 Reading Rainbow

5:00 Sesame Street

6:00 MacNeil-Lehrer NewsHour


7:00 Wild, Wild World of Animals

7:30 Health Matters

8:00 Nova "Life's First Feelings"

9:00 Comrades "The Education of Rita"

10:00 Nightly Business Report

10:30 Dark Shadows

11:00 Fugitive

11:50 Jack Horkheimer: Star Hustler

11:55 sign-off

KPLR 11-Ind

5:00 News

5:30 Morning Agriculture Report

6:00 Gilligan's Island

6:30 Lone Ranger

7:00 Jetsons

7:30 Scooby-Doo

8:00 Challenge of the GoBots

8:30 Bugs Bunny & Friends

9:00 Family Ties

9:30 Laverne & Shirley

10:00 Mary Tyler Moore

10:30 Bob Newhart

11:00 Gidget

11:30 Monkees
noon Beverly Hillbillies

12:30 Movie "Bedazzled"

2:30 Robotech

3:00 Voltron

3:30 He-Man & the Masters of the Universe

4:00 GI Joe

4:30 She-Ra: Princess of Power

5:00 Little House on the Prairie

6:00 One Day at a Time

6:30 Too Close for Comfort

7:00 Movie "A Town Like Alice" (pt 1, concludes Wed)

9:00 $100,000 Pyramid

9:30 News

10:00 WKRP in Cincinnati

10:30 Twilight Zone

11:00 Movie "Last Summer"

12:55 Movie "Murder Can Hurt You"

2:50 Movie "The Monolith Monsters"

4:30 Muppet Show

WCEE 13-Ind (Mt Vernon)

6:00 Morning Agriculture Report

6:30 Headline News

7:00 She-Ra: Princess of Power

7:30 Jetsons
8:00 Morning Stretch

8:30 Hangin' In

9:00 Richard Roberts

10:00 Jim & Tammy

11:00 Jimmy Swaggart

11:30 Headline News

noon Love Boat

1:00 700 Club

2:00 Bewitched

2:30 I Dream of Jeannie

3:00 Scooby-Doo

3:30 Jayce & the Wheeled Warriors

4:00 Little House on the Prairie

5:00 Too Close for Comfort

5:30 Newlywed Game

6:00 PM Magazine

6:30 News

7:00 Movie "Two for the Road"

9:00 WKRP in Cincinnati

9:30 News

10:00 M*A*S*H

10:30 Three's Company

11:00 Benny Hill

11:30 Comedy Tonight

mid. Barnaby Jones


1:00 sign-off

KNLC 24-Ind/Religious

5:00 NLEC Worship

5:30 Film

6:00 Movie "The Stranger from Pecos"

7:00 SuperFriends

7:30 Time for Timothy

8:00 NLEC Worship

9:00 Richard Roberts

10:00 Shape-Up

10:30 Christian Connection

11:00 Movie "Bells of Rosarita"

noon Crossroads Creation

12:30 Movie "Blackmail"

2:00 Rocky & Friends

2:30 Superbook Club

3:15 Tales of Value

3:30 Vegetable Soup

4:00 Inspector Gadget

4:30 Joy Junction

5:00 SuperFriends

5:30 Inside Track

6:00 Judge Roy Bean

6:30 Sgt Preston of the Yukon


7:00 Lassie

7:30 Daniel Boone

8:30 Larry Rice

9:00 Danny Thomas

9:30 Shape-Up

10:00 Movie "The Glass Mountain"

11:30 Sonshine

mid. NLEC Worship

12:30 Film

1:30 100 Huntley Street

2:30 Movie "The Great Rupert"

4:00 Movie "Hostile Country"

KDNL 30-Ind

5:30 Morning Stretch

6:00 Mayberry RFD

6:30 I Love Lucy

7:00 Mork & Mindy

7:30 Brady Bunch

8:00 Flintstones

8:30 Fat Albert

9:00 700 Club

10:00 Jim & Tammy

11:00 Jimmy Swaggart

11:30 Headline News


noon Andy Griffith

12:30 Dick Van Dyke

1:00 McHale's Navy

1:30 F Troop

2:00 Addams Family

2:30 Jayce & the Wheeled Warriors

3:00 Heathcliff

3:30 MASK

4:00 Transformers

4:30 MASK

5:00 What's Happening!!

5:30 Happy Days

6:00 Diff'rent Strokes

6:30 Gimme a Break!

7:00 Movie "Playing for Time"

10:00 Sanford & Son

10:30 Leave It to Beaver

11:00 I Love Lucy

11:30 Night Gallery

mid. Starsky & Hutch

1:00 Movie "Horror Express"

3:00 sign-off

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Could you post the schedules for Saturday June 28 & Sunday June 29?

Classic Television must always be preserved!

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Re: Retro: St Louis Tues, July 1, 1986

Family Ties on KPLR 11 was from NBC's daytime run, preempted by KSDK 5

This was right after CBS sold Channel 4 to Viacom (pre-CBS). The CBS daytime schedule was still
intact from the KMOX days, but KMOV had already taken to delaying "CBS Late Night" to 11PM
and was signing the station off at 1:30AM instead of airing "CBS News Nightwatch."
Ah yes 1986...that was the year the ownership cap moved from five stations to twelve stations,
and the big three all had to sell on of their first O&Os to get back under the cap after buying up.
ABC sold WXYZ, NBC sold WKYC, and of course CBS sold KMOX. With the KMOX sale and switch
to KMOV the station went pre-emption crazy through the mid-90s. They also lost their status at
St. Louis' #1 station at the same time.

Could you post the schedules for Saturday June 28 & Sunday June 29?

Those will go up later this week

Retro: St Louis Sat/Sun, June 28/29, 1986

posted by request, from TV Guide-St Louis edition

Saturday, June 28

KTVI 2-ABC

6:25 Thought for Today

6:30 World of Ideas

7:00 Pink Panther & Sons

7:30 Littles

8:00 Bugs Bunny/Lonney Tunes Comedy Hour

9:00 Laff-a-Lympics

9:30 Ewoks & Droids Adventure Hour

10:30 Super Powers Team: Galactic Guardians

11:00 Weekend Special "The Big Hex of Little Lulu"

11:30 American Bandstand (guests ELO and Patti Austin)

12:30 Entertainment This Week

1:30 Golf: USGA Senior Open


3:30 Wide World of Sports (Irish Derby horse race/US Grand Prix Motorcross Championship)

5:00 Jeffersons

5:30 ABC World News Saturday

6:00 News

6:30 Fight Back! with David Horowitz

7:00 Diff'rent Strokes

7:30 Benson

8:00 Movie "Baby Sister"

10:00 News

10:30 M*A*S*H

11:00 Three's Company

11:30 Movie "White Line Fever"

1:30 ABC News

1:45 News

2:15 World of Ideas

2:45 Thought for Today

2:50 sign-off

KMOX 4-CBS

5:30 For Our Times

6:00 More Real People

6:30 Kidsworld

7:00 Wuzzles

7:30 Berenstain Bears

8:00 Jim Henson's Muppet Babies


9:00 Hulk Hogan's Rock 'n' Wrestling

10:00 Richie Rich

10:30 Dungeons & Dragons

11:00 DB's Delight (guests from Cold Water Elementary)

11:30 Get Along Gang

noon Pole Position

12:30 Barnaby Jones

1:30 CBS Sports Saturday (National Old-Timers Baseball Game)

3:00 Golf: Canadian Open

5:00 Newsmakers

5:30 CBS Evening News

6:00 News

6:30 Dance Fever

7:00 Movie "My Wicked, Wicked Ways: The Legend of Errol Flynn"

10:00 News

10:30 MTV Top 20 Video Countdown

11:30 Canned Film Festival "Doctor of Doom"

1:00 Movie "Thursday's Game"

3:00 Movie "Linda"

KSDK 5-NBC

7:00 Snorks

7:30 Disney's Adventures of the Gummi Bears

8:00 Smurfs (celebrating their 50th birthday this year)

9:30 Punky Brewster (animated)


10:00 Alvin & the Chipmunks

10:30 Kidd Video

11:00 Mr T

11:30 Wimbledon Tennis

2:00 Baseball Pre-Game

2:15 Baseball: Mets-Cubs (alt game: Boston-Baltimore)

5:00 Briefing Session

5:30 NBC Nightly News

6:00 News

6:30 Wheel of Fortune

7:00 Facts of Life

7:30 227

8:00 Golden Girls

8:30 Me & Mrs C

9:00 Remington Steele

10:00 News

10:30 Saturday Night Live (Madonna hosts; music by Simple Minds, and Penn & Teller also
perform)

mid. News

12:30 sign-off

KETC 9-PBS

8:00 Sesame Street

9:00 Heritage: Civilization of the Jews

10:00 Growing Years

11:30 Makeover
noon French Chef

12:30 Ken Hom's Chinese Cookery

1:00 Frugal Gourmet

1:30 Victory Garden

2:00 Joy of Painting

2:30 Health Matters

3:00 Nova "Climate Crisis"

4:00 Bodywatch

4:30 Dining in France

5:00 Modern Maturity

5:30 Cats & Dogs

6:00 Fame

7:00 Austin City Limits (guests Ray Charles and Lee Greenwood)

8:00 Movie "Spawn of the North"

10:00 Sneak Previews

10:30 Movie "Souls at Sea"

mid. Jack Horkheimer: Star Hustler

12:05 sign-off

KPLR 11-Ind

5:00 Cleophus Robinson

5:30 US Farm Report

6:00 News

6:30 Gateway Tonight

7:00 Journey to Adventure


7:30 Joy of Gardening

8:00 Star Games

9:00 CHiPs

10:00 Dukes of Hazzard

11:00 White Shadow

noon Movie "Battle for the Planet of the Apes"

2:00 Movie "James at 15"

4:00 Small Wonder

4:30 Puttin' on the Hits

5:00 Solid Gold

6:00 Fame

7:00 Hee Haw

8:00 Lifestyles of the Rich & Famous

9:00 Love Boat

10:00 Twilight Zone

10:30 Tales from the Darkside

11:00 Bizarre

11:30 Three Stooges

1:30 Bizarre

2:30 Movie "The Prodigal Boxer" (despite the title, it's kung fu )

4:00 Lifestyles of the Rich & Famous

WCEE 13-Ind (Mt Vernon)

6:00 US Farm Report

6:30 Headline News


7:00 Wally's Workshop

7:30 Joy of Gradening

8:00 Kids Incorporated

8:30 Baseball Bunch

9:00 Boomerang

9:30 Puttin' on the Hits

10:00 Whiz Kids

11:00 Wrestling

noon Lorne Greene's New Wilderness

12:30 Super Chargers

1:00 Auto Racing: National Sportscar Championships

2:00 Movie "Batman"

4:00 This Week in Country Music

4:30 Rocky Mountain Inn

5:00 Hee Haw

6:00 Fame

7:00 Solid Gold (Christopher Cross co-hosts)

8:00 At the Movies

8:30 Check It Out!

9:00 Ted Knight

9:30 News

10:00 Hit Makers '86

mid. Blue Knight

1:00 sign-off
KNLC 24-Ind/Religious

5:00 Films

6:00 Movie "Rainbow Over Texas"

7:00 Sonshine

7:30 Movie "Animal Farm"

9:00 Puppet Tree Gang

9:30 Pirate Adventure

10:00 Father Knows Best

10:30 Hazel

11:00 Burns & Allen

11:30 Nanny & the Professor

noon Dennis the Menace

12:30 Danny Thomas

1:00 Superbook Club

1:30 Carrascolendas

2:00 Flying House

2:30 Checking It Out

3:00 Film

3:30 Pattern for Living

4:00 Movie "Radio Ranch"

5:00 Saturday Nite Sing

6:00 TBA

7:00 Movie "My Man Godfrey"

8:30 NLEC Worship

9:30 Ernest Angley


10:30 Larry Rice

11:00 Film

11:30 John Ankerberg

mid. Saturday Nite Sing

1:00 Movie "Young Buffalo Bill"

2:00 Film

3:00 Judge Roy Bean

3:30 Movie "Spooks Run Wild"

KDNL 30-Ind

5:00 Headline News

6:30 East Side/West Side

7:00 Rainbow Brite

7:30 Popples

8:00 Ulysses 31

8:30 BJ/Lobo

9:00 Andy Griffith

9:30 Gomer Pyle, USMC

10:00 Wrestling

11:00 Big Valley

noon Incredible Hulk

1:00 Wrestling

3:00 Soul Train

4:00 FTV

4:30 Mad Movies with the LA Connection


5:00 What's Happening Now!!

5:30 Good Times

6:00 It's a Living

6:30 Check it Out!

7:00 Fantasy Island

8:00 March of Dimes Telethon

***

Sunday, June 29

KTVI 2-ABC

7:10 Thought for Today

7:15 World of Ideas

7:45 Message of the Rabbi

8:00 Sacred Heart

8:15 Catholic Mass

9:00 Oral Roberts

9:30 Robert Schuller

10:30 This Week with David Brinkley

11:30 Face to Face

noon Golf: USGA Senior Open

2:00 Baseball: LA-Houston or Philadelphia-Cards

5:00 News

5:30 Turnabout

6:00 Disney Movie "On Vacation with Mickey Mouse & Friends"
7:00 Movie "Sidney Sheldon's Bloodline" (with 40 min of additional footage)

10:00 News

10:30 Three's Company

11:00 Alice

11:30 Movie "California Split"

2:00 ABC News

2:15 News

2:45 Turnabout

3:15 Thought for Today

3:20 sign-off

KMOX 4-CBS

5:30 Newsmakers

6:00 More Real People

6:30 Eye on St Louis

7:00 Confluence

8:00 CBS News Sunday Morning

9:30 Face the Nation

10:00 Wall Street Journal Report

10:30 Movie "You Lie So Deep, My Love"

noon Barnaby Jones

1:00 CBS Sports Sunday (Tour de France preview/US-USSR amateur wrestling)

3:00 Golf: Canadian Open

5:00 CBS Evening News

5:30 News
6:00 60 Minutes

7:00 Murder, She Wrote

8:00 Ellis Island (pt 1)

10:00 News

10:30 Sports Page

11:00 At the Movies

11:30 Movie "That Certain Summer"

1:30 sign-off

KSDK 5-NBC

5:30 Lester Family

6:00 Marilyn Hickey

6:30 Larry Jones

7:00 Jimmy Swaggart

8:00 Kenneth Copeland

9:00 World Tomorrow

9:30 America's Top 10

10:00 Metro Journal

10:30 Meet the Press

11:00 Wimbledon Tennis

12:50 World Cup Soccer championship game (from Mexico City)

3:30 Auto Racing: US Grand Prix

5:00 News

5:30 NBC Nightly News

6:00 Citizens' Summit II: Women to Women (Phil Donahue in Boston, Vladimir Pozner in
Leningrad)
7:00 Movie "Poison Ivy"

9:00 TV's Bloopers & Practical Jokes

10:00 News

10:30 Love Connection

11:00 Movie "Charlie Chan on the Docks of New Orleans"

mid. Infomercial

12:30 Metro Journal

1:00 News

1:30 sign-off

KETC 9-PBS

8:00 Sesame Street

9:00 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

9:30 Reading Rainbow

10:00 Sesame Street

11:00 Today's Special

11:30 McLaughlin Group

noon Washington Week in Review

12:30 Greatest Sports Legends

1:00 Firing Line (20th anniversary show)

2:00 Newsleaders

2:30 Tony Brown's Journal

3:00 Twenty-Five Years of the Presidency (pt 1)

4:00 Masterpiece Theatre "The Irish RM" (pt 5)

5:00 Moneymakers V
5:30 Adam Smith's Money World

6:00 Heart of the Dragon "Correcting"

7:00 In Search of the Trojan War "The Women of Troy"

8:00 Nature "Namaqualand: Diary of a Desert Garden"

9:00 Masterpiece Theatre "The Irish RM" (conclusion)

10:00 Sneak Previews

10:30 Doctor Who "Caves of Androzani"

mid. Jack Horkheimer: Star Hustler

12:05 sign-off

KPLR 11-Ind

5:00 Funtastic World of Hanna-Barbera

6:30 Think About Tomorrow

7:00 Jerry Falwell

8:00 Jem

8:30 Kids Incorporated

9:00 Tarzan

10:00 Charlie's Angels

11:00 Wrestling

noon Movie "The Desert Rats"

1:40 Movie "The Earthling"

3:40 Movie "San Francisco"

6:00 Star Search

7:00 Movie "Eyewitness"

9:00 News
10:00 Think About Tomorrow

10:30 World Tomorrow

11:00 Larry Jones

11:30 Urban Affairs

mid. Infomercial

12:30 America's Black Forum

1:00 Fame

2:00 Star Search

3:00 Puttin' on the Hits

3:30 Urban Affairs

4:00 News

WCEE 13-Ind (Mt Vernon)

7:00 Lutheran Church Service

7:30 Larry Jones

8:00 Amazing Grace

8:30 Day of Discovery

9:00 W.V. Grant Jr

9:30 Today in Bible Prophecy

10:00 CHiPs

11:00 Switch

noon South America: the Good Life

12:30 Greatest Sports Legends

1:00 Lead-Off Man

1:15 Baseball: Mets-Cubs


4:30 Hollywood Close-Up

5:00 Greatest American Hero

6:00 Lifestyles of the Rich & Famous

7:00 Star Search

8:00 Cousteau Odyssey

9:00 Wall Street Journal Report

9:30 News

10:00 Cimarron Strip

11:30 sign-off

KNLC 24-Ind/Religious

5:00 Film

6:00 Let My People Sing

6:30 Movie "Along the Navajo Trail"

7:30 Movie "Three in the Saddle"

8:30 James Robison

9:00 NLEC Worship

10:00 Davey & Goliath

10:15 Our Friends of Wooster Square

10:30 Mr Mustache

11:00 Superbook Club

11:45 Tales of Value

noon Time for Timothy

12:30 Carrascolendas

1:00 New Bible Baffle


1:30 Fisher Family

2:00 Glory of God

2:30 Insight

3:00 Christian Lifestyle Magazine

3:30 Christian Connection

4:00 Let My People Sing

4:30 Larry Rice

5:00 Dr Estep

5:30 D. James Kennedy

6:30 Movie "Bad Man of Deadwood"

7:30 Heritage Singers

8:00 David Epley

8:30 Larry Rice

9:00 In Touch

10:00 Larry Rice

10:30 Baptist Church Service

11:00 Tabernacle Today

mid. NLEC Worship

12:30 Movie "West of the Law"

1:30 Film

2:30 Movie "Meet John Doe"

4:00 Movie "Homesteaders of Paradise Valley"

KDNL 30-Ind

5am March of Dimes Telethon


6pm Black Sheep Squadron

7:00 Movie "Ball of Fire"

9:00 Hawaii Five-O

10:00 That's My Mama

10:30 What's Happening Now!!

11:00 Carter Country

11:30 It's a Living

mid. sign-off

Retro: Sacarmento/Northern California Fri, July 8, 1977

from Sacramento Bee

2 KTVU-Ind Oakland

2R KTVN-CBS Reno

3 KCRA-NBC Sacramento

4 KRON-NBC San Francisco

4R KCRL-NBC Reno

5 KPIX-CBS San Francisco

5M KOBI-CBS/ABC Medford

6 KVIE-PBS Sacramento

7 KGO-ABC San Francisco

7R KRCR-NBC/ABC Redding

8 KOLO-ABC Reno

9 KIXE-PBS Redding

10 KXTV-CBS Sacramento
10M KMED-NBC/ABC Medford

12 KHSL-CBS Chico

13 KOVR-ABC Stockton/Sacramento

31 KMUV-Ind/Sp Sacramento

40 KTXL-Ind Stockton/Sacramento

Morning

5:50

40 Public Affairs

5:55

5 Farm Market Report

6:00

3 Educational Films

5-10-12 Summer Semester

5M Captain Kangaroo

6:20

4 News

7 Making It Count

6:25

13 News
6:30

2R Summer Semester

4 School of the Air

5 Sut Yung Ying Yee

7R US Farm Report

8 Sign On/Sign Off

10 Captain Kangaroo

12 Potpourri

13 Let's Speak Spanish

40 Not for Women Only

6:50

7 News

7:00

2 Cartoon Town

2R-5-5M-12 CBS Morning News

3-4-4R-7R-10M Today

7-8-13 Good Morning America

40 Howdy Doody

7:30

10 7:30 AM Show

40 Captain Mitch Cartoons


8:00

2 Bullwinkle

2R-5-12 Captain Kangaroo

5M Good Morning America

10 CBS Morning News

40 Archies

8:30

2 Romper Room

40 Lassie

9:00

2 Big Valley

2R-5M-12 Here's Lucy

3 Tattletales

4-4R-10M Sanford & Son

5 Summer Camp

7 AM San Francisco

7R Good Morning America

8 Sesame Street

10 Dinah!

13 Morning Scene

40 Flintstones
9:30

2R-5-5M-12 Price is Right

3-4-4R-10M Hollywood Squares

40 I Love Lucy

10:00

2 FBI

3-4-4R-10M Wheel of Fortune

7-7R-8-13 Happy Days

40 Movie "First Men on the Moon"

10:30

2R-5-5M-10-12 Love of Life

3-4-4R-10M It's Anybody's Guess

7-7R-8-13 $20,000 Pyramid

11:00

2 Phil Donahue

2R-5-5M-10-12 Young & the Restless

3-4-4R-10M Shoot for the Stars

7-7R-8-13 Second Chance

11:30

2R-5-5M-10-12 Search for Tomorrow

3 Joker's Wild
4-4R-10M Chico & the Man

7-7R-8-13 Family Feud

Noon

noon

2 That Girl

2R Phil Donahue

3-4-5-10-12 News

4R Not for Women Only

5M Hi, Noon-Hi, Joan

7-7R-8-13 All My Children

10M Gong Show

40 Dick Van Dyke

12:30

2 Movie "Alexander the Great" (pt 2)

2R-5-5M-10-12 As the World Turns

3 Phil Donahue

4-4R-10M Days of Our Lives

40 Andy Griffith

1:00

7-7R-8 Ryan's Hope

13 Crosswits
31 PTL Club

40 Movie "Banyon"

1:30

2R-5-5M-10-12 Guiding Light

3 Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman

4-4R-10M Doctors

7-7R-8-13 One Life to Live

2:00

2R-5-5M-10-12 All in the Family

3-4-4R-10M Another World

2:15

7-7R-8-13 General Hospital

2:30

2 Star Trek (cartoon)

2R-5-5M-10-12 Match Game '77

3:00

2 Mighty Mouse/Bugs Bunny

2R-5-12 Tattletales

3 Days of Our Lives

4 Dinah!
4R Gong Show

5M One Life to Live

7-7R-8-13 Edge of Night

10 Price is Right

10M $20,000 Pyramid

31 Su Comedias Favoritas

40 Three Stooges

3:30

2 Archies

2R Merv Griffin

4R Howdy Doody

5 Marcus Welby, MD

7 Movie "Hombre" (pt 2)

7R Days of Our Lives

8 Movie "Cotton Comes to Harlem"

9 Lilias, Yoga & You

10M Bryn's Notebook

12 Dinah!

13 Ryan's Hope

40 Popeye/Bugs Bunny

3:45

5M General Hospital
4:00

2-3-4R New Mickey Mouse Club

6-9 Sesame Street

10-10M Mike Douglas

13 My Three Sons

40 Gilligan's Island

4:30

2 Batman

3 Lucy Show

4 Merv Griffin

4R Bewitched

5 Mike Douglas

5M-7R Ironside

13 Family Affair

31 Los Torres

40 Partridge Family

5:00

2-4R Partridge Family

2R Concentration

3-7 News

4 Ironside

6-9 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

12 Emergency One!
13 Adam-12

40 Brady Bunch

5:30

2 Bewitched

2R-5M-8-10-10M-13 News

4R My Three Sons

5-40 Baseball: Oakland-Kansas City

6 Electric Company

7R ABC Evening News

9 Villa Alegre

31 Noticiero

Evening

6:00

2 Star Trek

2R-5M-10 CBS Evening News

3-4R NBC Nightly News

4-7R-12 News

6 Lilias, Yoga & You

8-13 ABC Evening News

9 Zoom

31 Un Angel Llamada Andrea


6:30

2R-3-4R-5M-8-10 News

6 Crockett's Victory Garden

9 Rebop

10M NBC Nightly News

12 CBS Evening News

13 Merv Griffin

7:00

2-4R Odd Couple

2R To Tell the Truth

3 Weeknight

4 NBC Nightly News

5M Wonder Woman

6 MacNeil-Lehrer Report

7 ABC Evening News

7R Hee Haw

8 Brady Bunch

9 Lilias, Yoga & You

10 Concentration

10M Undersea World of Jacques Cousteau

12 Space: 1999

31 Mi Dulce Enamorada

7:30
2 Lucy Show

2R Sportsman's Trails

3 Movie "Kung Fu"

4 Name That Tune

4R Wild World of Animals

6 Consumer Survival Kit

7 Wide World of Adventure

8 Adam-12

9 MacNeil-Lehrer Report

10 $20,000 Pyramid

8:00

2 Movie "Will Penny"

2R-5-10-12 CBS Friday Night Movie "The Big Country"

4-4R-10M Sanford & Son

5M-7-7R-8 ABC Double Feature Movie (details not listed)

6-9 Washington Week in Review

13 Movie "Night of the Grizzly"

31 La Senora Joven

8:15

40 Movie "High Noon"

8:30

4-4R-10M Chico & the Man


6-9 Wall Street Week

9:00

3-4-4R-10M Quincy

6-9 Great Performances "Music from America"

31 Simplamente Maria

10:00

2-40 News

6-9 Documentary Showcase "Giving Birth"

13 America

31 Grandes Espectadores

11:00

2 Liars Club

3-4-4R-5M-7-7R-8-10M-13 News

6 MacNeil-Lehrer Report

31 PTL Club

40 All That Glitters

11:30

2 Movie "Jungle Woman"

2R-5-10-12 News

3-4-4R-10M Tonight Show

5M TBA
6 Captioned ABC News

7-7R-8 Baretta

13 Ironside

40 I Love Lucy

Late Night

midnight

2R Movie: TBA

5 Rock Concert

5M-12 CBS Movie "Generation"

10 It Takes a Thief

40 Movie "Only the Valiant"

12:30

13 Baretta

12:35

7 Disco '77

8 Movie "Dr Goldfoot & the Bikini Machine"

1:00

3-4-4R Midnight Special

10 News
1:05

10 Movie "Night Slaves"

1:30

5 Movie "Scandal Street"

1:40

13 News

2:00

40 Movie "Adventure"

4:00

40 Movie "China Seas"

Local news titles

KTVU 2: Action News

KTVN 2: Newswatch

KCRA 3: Channel 3 Reports

KRON 4: Newswatch

KCRL 4: Nevada News

KPIX 5: Eyewitness News

KOBI 5: ???

KGO 7: News Scene

KRCR 7: 7R News
KOLO 8: Eyewitness News

KXTV 10: Newservice 10

KMED 10: ???

KHSL 12: ???

KOVR 13: Action News 13

KMUV 31: no newscasts

KTXL 40: 10 O'Clock News

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"KTXL 40: 10 O'Clock News"

In the 70s and 80s in the Bay Area, we got Sacramento stations on Viacom cable. Around this
time, I remember the TV40

"10 O'clock News Plus" anchored by Pete Wilson, who ended up anchoring in San Francisco
(KGO-TV, then KRON, then KGO-TV again), and as a radio talk host on KGO radio until his
untimely death about a year ago.

11:00

2 Phil Donahue
noon

2 That Girl

Channel 2 aired these shows back-to-back - that's funny!

Is that how Phil got around to marrying Marlo Thomas?

Also TV40's NewsPlus with Pete Wilson and Sports with Gary Radnich

Soul Train

10:30

9-Self, Inc.

11-Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Show

11:00

9-The Song Bag

11:30

9-GED on TV

WGN-This Week In Baseball

Noon

9-Beansprouts/Pearls

11-The Biskitts

12:30 PM
2-GOLF: Anheuser-Busch Golf Classic

9-The Money Puzzle

11-Benji, Zax, and the Alien Prince

1:00

9-Computers and Work

11-ABC's Wide World of Sports

1:30

9-Guitar

1:50

9-Parlez-Moi

2:00

2-Fishing the Northwest

9-Matinee at the Bijou

2:05

TBS-World Championship Wrestling; usually with Gordon Solie featuring the stars of the National
Wrestling Alliance, but not on that particular night as Freddie Miller opened the show with these
words:

"On behalf of WTBS, it's a pleasure to welcome the World Wrestling Federation; exciting new
matches and great competitors from all over the world. And here's the man to tell you all about
it, here's Vince McMahon."
From there, Freddie passed the microphone to the man who would change the face of the
business forever: VINCENT KENNEDY McMAHON!!!!!!! For many of us, it was a day which would
live in professional wrestling infamy.

2:30

2-Great American Outdoors

3:00

2-Truk's Legendary Lagoon

3:30

2-That Teen Show

9-Yan Can Cook

4:00

2-Solid Gold

9-Half a Handy Hour

4:30

9-Taste

11-Hee Haw

5:00

2-Pop! Goes the Country Club

9-Alaskan Profiles (repeat from Thursday)


5:30

2-Music City U.S.A.

9-Motorweek

11-Wild Kingdom

6:00

2-NBC Nightly News

9-German Professional Soccer

11-Fairbanks Evening News

6:30

2-Alaska Weekend News

11-CNN Headline News

7:00

2-Diff'rent Strokes

9-Great Outdoors

11-Fame

7:30

2-Silver Spoons

9-Doctor Who

WGN-Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous

8:00
2-Mama's Family

11-Mama Malone

8:30

2-People Are Funny

11-MOVIE: "The Fury" (1978)

9:00

2-The Rousters

9-I Married the Klondike

10:00

2-On Stage America

11:00

9-Seeing Things

11-Trapper John M.D.

Midnight

2-Saturday Night Live

11-MOVIE: "Where Love Has Gone" (1964)

1:30 AM

2-Solid Gold
Pretty good lineup, but for those of us who had cable in 1984 and were wrestling fans, we were
in for the shock of our lives that day as the WWE kicked the NWA out of their prestigious time
slot on TBS.

Three weeks after "Black Saturday", NWA returned to TBS as "Championship Wrestling from
Georgia" and in an early morning time slot. It would be quite a while till they went back to their
old 6:05 home on Saturday evenings.

Jonathan Allen

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Re: RETRO: Fairbanks, Alaska (July 14, 1984 aka "Black Saturday")

The "Black Saturday" show is part of WWE 24/7 this month.

RETRO: Anchorage, Alaska (Daytime May 17-21/Monday Evening May 17, 1982)

Source: Anchorage Daily News "TV News"

Station lineup is the same, though KENI-TV had already changed their calls to KTUU by 1981.
5:45 AM

13-Bethel Chapel

6:00

13-No Word For Rape (5/17)

Donahue (5/18-21)

6:23

7-Alaska Is

6:30

7-MacNeil/Lehrer Report

11-Captain Kangaroo (same-day delay)

13-It's Your Business

7:00

2-Today (same-day delay; with Paul Harvey at 7:25 and local news at 8:25)

7-Numero Uno (5/17)

Tony Brown's Journal (5/18)

California Dreams ("The Dreams of Don Guadelupe", 5/19)

Media Probes ("Political Spots", 5/20)

With Ossie and Ruby ("A Solo Song: For Doc", 5/21)

11-CBS Morning News (same-day delay; local news at 7:55 and 8:25)
13-Good Morning America (same-day delay)

7:30

7-Up and Coming (5/17)

Sen. Ted Stevens' Report to the State (which would later become The Alaska Report, 5/18)

Dick Cavett Show (Jim Dale Part 2, 5/19)

Byline (5/20)

Exploring The Arts Special ("P.D.Q. Bach", 5/21)

8:00

7-DICK CAVETT SHOW:

Saul Bellow Part 3 (5/17)

Jim Dale Part 1 (5/18)

Michael Davis (5/20)

Why In The World? (5/19 and 5/21)

8:30

7-Over Easy

9:00

2-PTL Club

7-Saudi Arabia (Part 3: "Oil, Money, and Politics", 5/17)

Firing Line (5/18)


Lord Mountbatten: A Man for the Century (5/19)

American Playhouse "Oppenheimer: Part 2", 5/20)

Masterpiece Theatre ("Love in a Cold Climate: Finale", 5/21)

11-Alice

13-Good Morning Alaska

9:30

11-Richard Simmons Show

13-Ryan's Hope

10:00

2-The Woman's Touch

7-Images of Indians (5/17 and 5/19)

Que Pasa, U.S.A.? (5/18 and 5/20)

Checking In Out (5/21)

11-Health Field

13-All My Children

10:30

2-Diff'rent Strokes

7-Villa Allegre
11-Norma Goodman (except 5/19; Opportunities for Seniors would air that day)

11:00

2-Wheel of Fortune

7-Sesame Street

11-Norma Goodman (5/19)

13-One Life to Live

11:30

2-Texas

11-All God's Children (5/17)

Guiding Light (5/18-21)

Noon

7-Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

13-General Hospital

12:25 PM

11-News Update

12:30

2-The Doctors

7-The Electric Company

11-Capitol
1:00

2-Search for Tomorrow

7-The New Voice

11-The Young and the Restless

13-Donahue

1:30

2-Days of our Lives

7-Over Easy

2:00

7-Nova ("City Spaces, Human Places", 5/17)

Saudi Arabia (Part 3: "Oil, Money, and Politics", 5/18)

Jazz at the Maintenance Shop ("Woody Shaw Quartet No. 2", 5/19)

Byline (5/20)

Mount St. Helens: Why They Died (5/21)

11-As The World Turns

13-MOVIE:

"Battle Hymn" (1957, 5/17)

"Bye Bye Birdie" (1963, 5/18)

"The Red Pony" (1949, 5/19)


"Beserk!" (1968, 5/20)

"Between Heaven and Hell (1956, 5/21)

2:30

2-Another World

7-Media Probes ("Political Spots", 5/20)

Matters of Lies and Death ("Warrior's Woman", 5/21)

3:00

7-Images of Indians (5/17 and 5/19)

Que Pasa, U.S.A.? (5/18 and 5/20)

Checking In Out (5/21)

11-Woman's Page

3:30

2-CHiPS

7-Villa Allegre

11-Tattletales

4:00

7-Sesame Street

11-The Price Is Right


13-Family Feud

4:30

2-Little House on the Prairie

13-You Asked For It

4:55

11-News Update

5:00

7-Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

11-One Day at a Time

13-The Love Boat

5:30

2-The Jeffersons

7-The Electric Company

11-M*A*S*H

MONDAY EVENING:

6:00

2-NBC Nightly News (Roger Mudd/Tom Brokaw)

7-Tuned In

11-CBS Evening News with Dan Rather


13-ABC World News Tonight (Frank Reynolds)

6:30

2-Newservice 2

7-Aviation Weather

11-Eyewitness News

13-Action News 13 (John Vallentine/Cindy Suryan)

7:00

2-Little House on the Prairie ("He Wan Only 12", Part 1)

7-MacNeil/Lehrer Report

11-Happy Days Again

13-That's Incredible

7:30

7-Senator Ted Stevens' Report to the State

11-Family Feud (nighttime)

8:00

2-Bob Hope Special: Stars Over Texas

7-The Shakespeare Plays ("Trolius and Cressida")

11-Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Movie

13-MOVIE: "Beyond The Third Reich" (1982)

9:00
2-More TV Censored Bloopers (which would lead to the more popular "Bloopers (and Practical
Jokes)" series/specials

11-M*A*S*H

9:30

11-Making The Grade

10:00

2-Newservice 2

11-Lou Grant

13-Solid Gold

10:30

2-28:50 (must be a magazine show)

11:00

2-Paul Harvey Comments

7-Dick Cavett Show (Jim Dale Paer 1)

11-People of the Land

13-Alaska Statewide News

11:05

2-Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson (Guests: Henry Fonda (in one of his last TV interviews),
Crystal Gayle, Fernando Lamas, and Lacey Neuhaus)

11:30
7-Captioned ABC News

13-Alaska's People (sort of like our version of PM Magazine)

Midnight

7-Alaska Is...

11-Columbo

MOVIE: "King Crab" (1980)

Yeah, two schedules in one! The Anchorage TV schedules back in the '70s and '80s were way
better than Fairbanks' because of one thing: VARIETY! Oh yeah, not to mention Channels 2, 11,
and 13 airing almost every show from their networks.

Jonathan Allen

RETRO: Anchorage, Alaska (August 13, 1979)

Source: Anchorage Daily News "TV News"; news programs were on a same-day satellite delay.

2-KENI (NBC

7-KAKM (PBS)

11-KTVA (CBS)

13-KIMO (ABC)

6:00 AM

2-Today

13-Donahue
7:00

11-Captain Kangaroo

13-Good Morning America

8:00

2-PTL Club

11-Monday Morning

9:00

11-Mary Tyler Moore ("Lou Dates Mary")

13-Good Morning Alaska

9:30

11-Norma Goodman Show

13-Ryan's Hope

10:00

2-Woman's Touch

11-Not For Women Only ("Prescription Drug Abuse")

13-All My Children

10:30

2-Days of our Lives

11-Young and the Restless


10:53

7-Alaska Is...

11:00

7-Sesame Street

11-Search For Tomorrow

13-One Life To Live

11:30

2-The Doctors

11-Whew!

Noon

2-Wheel of Fortune

7-Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

11-Mike Douglas Show

13-General Hospital

12:30 PM

2-Hollywood Squares

7-The Electric Company

1:00

2-MOVIE: "Presenting Lily Mars" (1943)

7-Once Upon A Classic ("Lorna Doone")


11-Love of Life

13-Donahue

1:30

7-Villa Alegre

11-As The World Turns

2:00

7-National Geographic Special

13-MOVIE: "Rawhide" (1951)

2:30

11-Guiding Light

2:55

2-Paul Harvey Comments

3:00

2-Another World

7-When Rivers Run Dry

3:30

7-Over Easy

11-The Archies
4:00

7-Sesame Street

11-All In The Family

13-$20,000 Pyramid

4:30

2-Get Smart ("Aboard the Orient Express")

11-The Price Is Right

13-Family Feud

5:00

2-Gunsmoke ("Gunfighter R.I.P.")

7-Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

13-Bewitched ("Samantha and the Loch Ness Monster")

5:30

7-The Electric Company

11-M*A*S*H

13-Adam-12 ("Log 181")

6:00

2-NBC Nightly News (John Chancellor/David Brinkley)

7-Dick Cavett Show

11-CBS Evening News with Walter Cronkite

13-News
6:30

2/11-News

7-Aviation Weather

13-ABC World News Tonight (Frank Reynolds/Max Robinson/Peter Jennings)

7:00

2-Little House on the Prairie ("The Sound of Children")

7-MacNeil/Lehrer Report

11-That's Bluegrass

13-Streets of San Francisco

7:30

7-Over Easy

8:00

2-MOVIE: "Anna of the Thousand Days" (1969)

7-Bill Moyers' Journal

11-The White Shadow

13-MOVIE: "Zeppelin" (1971)

9:00

7-James Michener's World ("The South Paficif: End of Eden?")

11-M*A*S*H
9:30

11-WKRP in Cincinnati

10:00

2-News

7-Poldark

11-Lou Grant

13-Ali The Man

10:30

2-Stationbreak (dunno what that show was

11:00

2-Paul Harvey Comments

6-Dick Cavett Show

11-The Rockford Files ("The Mayor's Committee from Deer Lick Falls")

13-News

11:05

2-The Tonight Show starring Johnny Carson (Guest host Sammy Davis Jr. with Robert Conrad,
Richard Dawson, Gunther Gebel-Williams, and Willie Tyler and Lester)

11:30

7-ABC Captioned News

13-Police Story ("Stigma")


Midnight

2-Tomorrow with Tom Snyder

7-Alaska Is...

12:10 AM

11-MOVIE: "To Please a Lady" (1950)

Pretty awesome lineup for 1979, I should say (compared to Fairbanks'). By the way, the only ABC
daytime show absent from these listings was "The Edge of Night", and nighttime versions of
Hollywood Squares and Family Feud as well as many other syndicated game shows (Name That
Tune, Newlywed/Dating Games, Gong Show, etc.) weren't seen at all.

Jonathan Allen

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Re: RETRO: Anchorage, Alaska (August 13, 1979)

a few months after these listings, Sarah Purcell and a crew from the TV show Real People visted
Nome, Alaska. Two things I remember..

1. Purcell and some local guy from Nome went over to the nearby then-USSR and placed an
American flag on their soil.

and number two, there was a scene that was filmed at either a local bar or perhaps a restaurant.
The customers were watching Real People !!! The customers if I remember were very familiar
with the TV show Real People, well they acted like they were anyway.I seem to remember
watching some woman from Nome saying how much Skip Stevenson, his "smile" kept her warm
on those cold Alaska nights.

OK..I kinda wondered how that was possible. The restaurant/bar had their own satellite dish and
were able to pick up Real People there? Or did the folks at Real People take a VCR to Alaska with
them and showed the customers a tape of the show and made the viewers down in the lower 48
assume that one could pick up either the Anchorage or perhaps the Fairbanks stations in Nome?

I'm sure someone with more Alaska knowledge will correct me, but I believe by the late 70's
there were quite a few lo-power translator stations all throughout Alaska that rebroadcast
delayed stuff (a week or more) from U-Matic VCR machines. (I remember reading an article
about this network around that time.) I imagine Nome might well have had one or more of
those.

I am curious at how this sort of set up worked?

Did someone fly out to those translators and pop in a tape and ran it on a continous loop or
something?

Did these tapes consist of a mix of programs from the various networks or only one network per
translator?

This is interesting.

Don't recall the details, but I believe the tapes (U-Matic cassettes) were just sent on a delay basis
to the various sites by mail or courier, and then just programmed on site. I wish I could
remember where I saw the article -- it might have been in Broadcast Weekly or something
similar.

Retro: South Georgia Chs. 2-7 Saturday, May 30, 1981


From TV Guide, South Georgia Edition. Because of

the large number of channels in that edition, I'm

splitting this into three postings. I'll put Chs. 8-13

and UHF up at a later time.

WSB Ch. 2 Atlanta (ABC)

6:30 Big Blue Marble

7 AM Animals, Animals, Animals

7:30 ABC Weekend Special

8 AM Super Friends

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 Timeout

12 N News

12:30 American Bandstand

1:30 Movie: "Tarzan's Fight For

Life"

3 PM Movie: "The Life And Times

Of Grizzly Adams"

5 PM Wide World Of Sports


6:30 News

7 PM Hee Haw

8 PM Eight Is Enough

9 PM Love Boat

10 PM Fantasy Island

11 PM News

11:30 Solid Gold

12:30 Dance Fever

1 AM Movie: "There Was A Crooked

Man"

3 AM ABC News (Tom Jarriel)

WRBL Ch. 3 Columbus, GA (CBS)

6:30 Summer Semester

7 AM Chattahoochee R.F.D.

7:30 Kid's Korner

8 AM Tom And Jerry

8:30 Bugs Bunny/Road Runner

10 AM Tarzan/Lone Ranger

11 AM Popeye

12 N Fat Albert

12:30 Drak Pack

1 PM Jason Of Star Command

1:30 30 Minutes
2 PM Gilligan's Island

2:30 America's Top 10

3 PM Soul Train

4 PM Wrestling

5 PM That Nashville Music

5:30 Backstage At The Grand Ole

Opry

6 PM Sportsman's Lodge

6:30 News

7 PM Lawrence Welk

8 PM Enos

9 PM CBS Movie: "Sex And The

Single Parent"

11 PM Solid Gold

12 M America's Top 10

12:30 Connection Disco

1:30 Movie: "The Mortal Storm"

3 AM Movie: "A Southern Yankee"

4:30 Movie: "Boom Town"

WJXT Ch. 4 Jacksonville (CBS)

6:30 Info 4

7 AM Farm & Home

7:30 Arthur & Company


8 AM Tom And Jerry

8:30 Bugs Bunny/Road Runner

10 AM Tarzan/Lone Ranger

11 AM Tom & Jerry

11:30 It's Elementary

12 N America's Top 10

12:30 Movie: "In Harm's Way"

4 PM Golf: Kemper Open (Third round)

5 PM CBS Sports Saturday

6 PM News

6:30 CBS News (Bob Schieffer)

7 PM Muppet Show

7:30 Pink Panther

8 PM Enos

9 PM Movie: "The Killer Elite"

11 PM News

11:30 Movie: "The Outside Man"

1:30 News

WTVY Ch. 4 Dothan, AL (CBS)

Listed Eastern Time; Dothan is in

the Central Time Zone.

6 AM Summer Semester

6:30 Baptist Message


7 AM Mighty Mouse/Heckle &

Jeckle

8 AM Tom And Jerry

8:30 Bugs Bunny/Road Runner

10 AM Tarzan/Lone Ranger

11 AM Popeye

12 N Fat Albert

12:30 Drak Pack

1 PM Jason Of Star Command

1:30 30 Minutes

2 PM Outdoors With Red (Red Holland,

a fixture in South Alabama and

Northwest Florida)

2:30 Shades Of Fort Walton

3 PM Lawrence Welk

4 PM Golf: Kemper Open (Third round)

5 PM CBS Sports Saturday

6 PM Wrestling

7 PM Farm Report

7:30 CBS News

8 PM Enos

9 PM CBS Movie: "Sex And The Single

Parent"

11 PM Rockford Files

12 M Movie: "A Streetcar Named Desire"


2 AM Movie: "The Long Goodbye"

4 AM Movie: "Lady Of Vengeance"

WAGA Ch. 5 Atlanta (CBS)

6 AM Hot Fudge

6:30 4-H Showcase

7 AM 30 Minutes

7:30 Kidsworld

8 AM Fat Albert

8:30 Bugs Bunny/Road Runner

10 AM Tarzan/Lone Ranger

11 AM Popeye

12 N News

12:30 Bewitched

1 PM Movie: "The Comic" (Dick Van dyke

as a character based on his idol,

Stan Laurel)

3 PM Top Rank Fights Of The '70s

4 PM Golf: Kemper Open (Third round)

5 PM CBS Sports Saturday

6 PM News

6:30 CBS News

7 PM The American Family (Robert MacNeil

narrates a look at the growing number


of divorces in America.)

8 PM Enos

9 PM CBS Movie: "Sex And The Single

Parent" (somehow appropriate that

Ch. 5 ran this on the same evening

as a documentary on divorce)

11 PM News

11:30 CBS Movie: "Guyana Tragedy: The

Story Of Jim Jones"

2:30 News

WCTV Ch. 6 Thomasville, GA/Tallahassee, FL (CBS)

7 AM Big Blue Marble

7:30 Tennessee Tuxedo

8 AM Tom And Jerry

8:30 Bugs Bunny/Road Runner

10 AM Tarzan/Lone Ranger

11 AM Popeye

12 N Fat Albert

12:30 Drak Pack

1 PM Jason Of Star Command

1:30 30 Minutes

2 PM Star Trek

3 PM Wrestling
4 PM Golf: Kemper Open (Third round)

5 PM CBS Sports Saturday

6 PM News

6:30 CBS News

7 PM Lawrence Welk

8 PM Enos

9 PM CBS Movie: "Sex And The Single

Parent"

11 PM News

11:30 Movie: "Portrait Of Jennie"

1:30 Soul Train

WJCT Ch. 7 Jacksonville (PBS)

7 AM Sesame Street

8 AM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

8:30 Villa Alegre

9 AM Gettin' To Know Me

9:30 Once Upon A Classic

10 AM Cousteau Odyssey

11 AM Meeting Of Minds

12 N Nova

1 PM Victory Garden

1:30 This Old House

2 PM WJCT General Merchandise


Auction (to midnight)

WJHG Ch. 7 Panama City, FL (ABC)

Listed Eastern Time; Panama City is

in the Central Time Zone.

8 AM Super Friends

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 And Baby Plas

12 N ABC Weekend Special

12:30 American Bandstand

1:30 Petticoat Junction

2 PM Movie: "Play It Again, Sam"

3:30 Pro Bowlers Tour

5 PM Wide World Of Sports

6:30 Lawrence Welk

7:30 Muppet Show

8 PM Eight Is Enough

9 PM Love Boat

10 PM Fantasy Island
11 PM News

11:30 Solid Gold

12:30 Movie: "Let's Scare Jessica

To Death"

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Addendum: ABC News airs at 11:15 (10:15 CT)

on WJHG/7.

Retro: Dallas/Ft. Worth Thursday, July 12, 1984

By request, from TV Guide, Dallas/Ft. Worth Edition:

KDFW Ch. 4 (CBS)

5 AM Insights (public affairs)

5:30 CBS News (Bill Kurtis/Diane Sawyer)

6 AM News

6:30 Woman To Woman


7 AM CBS News (Kurtis/Sawyer)

9 AM $25,000 Pyramid

9:30 Press Your Luck

10 AM Price Is Right

11 AM Young And The Restless

12 N News

12:30 As The World Turns

1:30 Capitol

2 PM Guiding Light

3 PM Carol Burnett And Friends

3:30 Sanford And Son

4 PM The Jeffersons

4:30 Barney Miller

5 PM News

5:30 CBS News

6 PM News

6:30 Family Feud

7 PM Magnum, P.I.

8 PM Simon & Simon

9 PM Knots Landing

10 PM News

10:30 All In The Family

11 PM Hart To Hart

12:10 CBS Movie: "Health"

1:30 News
2 AM CBS News Nightwatch

(Charlie Rose/Lark McCarthy)

KXAS Ch. 5 (NBC)

5:30 :20 Minute Workout

6 AM NBC News (Connie Chung)

6:30 News

7 AM Today

9 AM Donahue

10 AM Facts Of Life

10:30 Scrabble

11 AM Diff'rent Strokes

11:30 Wheel Of Fortune

12 N News

12:30 Days Of Our Lives

1:30 Another World

2:30 Sale Of The Century

3 PM Barnaby Jones

4 PM People's Court

4:30 Love, American Style

5 PM News

5:30 NBC News

6 PM News

6:30 Wheel Of Fortune (now seen


on Ch. 11)

7 PM Gimme A Break!

7:30 Family Ties

8 PM Cheers

8:30 Night Court

9 PM Hill Street Blues

(all the elements of a winning lineup are

there except The Cosby Show, which debuted

that fall)

10 PM News

10:30 Tonight Show

11:30 More Real People

12 M Late Night With David Letterman

1 AM In Search Of...

1:30 Lifestyles Of The Rich And Famous

WFAA Ch. 8 (ABC)

5 AM Reporters' Roundup

5:30 CNN Headline News

6 AM ABC/Local News

7 AM Good Morning America

9 AM Hour Magazine

10 AM The Love Report

10:30 Loving
11 AM Family Feud

11:30 Ryan's Hope

12 N All My Children

1 PM One Life To Live

2 PM General Hospital

3 PM Movie: "Godzilla"

4:30 PM Magazine

5 PM News

5:30 ABC News

6 PM News

6:30 News

7 PM Happy Days

7:30 Pilot: "Old Friends" (with

Christopher Lloyd)

8 PM Lottery!

9 PM 20/20

10 PM News

10:30 Entertainment Tonight

11 PM Nightline

11:30 Movie: "Who's Been Sleeping

In My Bed?"

1:30 Movie: "The Garment Jungle"

3:10 Movie: "The Mad Room"

4:50 Adam-12
KTVT Ch. 11 (Ind.)

5:30 Make Room For Daddy

6 AM News

6:30 Cartoons

7 AM Slam Bang Theater

8 AM Comedy Capers

8:30 Gigglesnort Hotel

9 AM I Dream Of Jeannie

9:30 I Love Lucy

10 AM Dick Van dyke

10:30 Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In

11 AM Merv Griffin

12 N News

1 PM The Fugitive

2 PM Real McCoys

2:30 Banana Splits

3 PM Superfriends

4 PM Flipper

4:30 Welcome Back, Kotter

5 PM What's Happening!!

5:30 It Takes Two (sitcom, not the

late-'60s game show)

6 PM Three's Company

6:30 One Day At A Time


7 PM CHiPs

8 PM Movie: "Nadia" (biography

of Nadia Comaneci)

10 PM Solid Gold Hits

10:30 Benny Hill

11 PM Mannix

12 M Movie: "The Reincarnation Of

Peter Proud"

1:45 News

2 AM Combat!

3 AM Rat Patrol

3:30 Public Affairs

4 AM Movie: "Strike Me Deadly"

KERA Ch. 13 (PBS)

5:30 Yoga

5:45 A.M. Weather

6 AM Nightly Business Report

6:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

7 AM Sesame Street

8 AM Peppermint Place

8:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

9 AM Sesame Street

10 AM Caring
10:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

11 AM Sesame Street

12 N Sesame Street

1 PM Movie: "Dark Journey"

2:30 Great Chefs Of San Francisco

3 PM Victory At Sea

3:30 Wild Wild World Of Animals

4 PM Electric Company

4:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

5 PM Sesame Street

6 PM Nightly Business Report

6:30 Wild Wild World Of Animals

7 PM Sneak Previews

7:30 Enterprise

8 PM The Unknown War (little-known

facts about Russia vs. Germany

in WWII)

9 PM Mystery!

10 PM MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour

11 PM American Playhouse: "Oppenheimer"

(Part 3)

KTXA Ch. 21 (Ind.)

5 AM Villa Alegre
5:30 Romper Room

6 AM Jimmy Swaggart

6:30 Hispanic America

6:50 Porky And Bugs

7 AM He-Man And The Masters Of

The Universe

7:30 Superheroes

8 AM Fantastic Four

8:30 Dennis The Menace (sitcom)

9 AM Movie: "The Easy Way"

11 AM Family

12 N Gidget

12:30 Andy Griffith

1 PM Gomer Pyle, USMC

1:30 Leave It To Beaver

2 PM Star Blazers

2:30 Flintstones

3 PM Jetsons

3:30 He-Man And The Masters Of

The Universe

4 PM Inspector Gadget

4:30 21 Music Magic

5 PM Bewitched

5:30 Love Boat

6:30 WKRP In Cincinnati


7 PM 21 Music Magic (the Jacksons

in Kansas City)

8 PM The Jesse Owens Story (Part

2 of 2)

10 PM Alfred Hitchcock

10:30 Night Gallery

11 PM Honeymooners

11:30 INN News (Steve Bosh/Pat Harper)

12 M Movie: "Come September"

2:30 Movie: "I Saw What You Did"

4 AM INN News

4:30 Hispanic America

4:50 News

KTWS Ch. 27 (Ind.)

6 AM Jim Newton (local country music

show)

7 AM Jim Bakker

8 AM Abbott And Costello

8:30 James Robison

9 AM Felix The Cat/Hercules

10 AM Jim Bakker

11 AM Success N Life

11:30 Jim Newton


12 N Movie: "The Man From Texas"

2 PM James Robison

2:30 Abbott And Costello

3 PM Felix The Cat/Hercules

4 PM Speed Racer

4:30 Sergeant Preston Of The Yukon

5 PM Lassie

5:30 Dark Shadows

6 PM Edge Of Night (pre-empted on

Ch. 8 at 3 PM)

6:30 Sucess N Life

7 PM Subscription TV: VEU

KNBN Ch. 33 (Ind.)

6:30 Success N Life

7 AM Charles Capps/Marilyn Hickey

8 AM Kenneth Copeland

9 AM Success N Life

9:30 Breakaway

10:30 Hoy Mismo

12 N Mundo Latino

1 PM Chapulin Colorado

1:30 Amor Nunca Muere

2 PM Amor Ajeno
3 PM Madrastra

4 PM Amalia Batista

5 PM Mundo Latino

5:30 Noticiero Nacional SIN (Spanish

International Network)

6 PM Baila Conmigo

7 PM Noche de Gala

8 PM Maleficio

8:30 Fiesta

9:30 Noticias Internacionales

10:30 Pelicula: "Vertigo" (I don't think

this is the Hitchcock movie translated

into Spanish)

KXTX Ch. 39 (Ind.)

6 AM Morning Stretch

6:30 Cartoons

8:30 Great Space Coaster

9 AM 700 Club

10:30 Little Rascals

11 AM Mister Ed

11:30 My Three Sons

12 N Get Smart

12:30 Hogan's Heroes


1 PM Green Acres

1:30 Here's Lucy

2 PM Father Knows Best

2:30 Muppet Show

3 PM Mighty Mouse/Heckle And

Jeckle Hour

4 PM My Favorite Martian

4:30 Brady Bunch

5 PM Buck Rogers In The 25th

Century

6 PM Vega$

7 PM Movie: "The Golden Gate Murders"

9 PM 700 Club

10 PM Mork & Mindy

10:30 Movie: "What Did You Do In The War,

Daddy?"

12:30 Movie: "Assault On A Queen"

2:30 Movie: "Run Like A Thief"

4:30 Movie: "Fighter Attack"

Retro: Victoria/Eastern South Australia Sat, Jan 3, 1998

from TV Week-Victoria edition

Stations listed local times, SA is 30 min behind Victoria

Ratings Key
P-Preschool

C-Children

PG-Parental Guidance

M-Mature

MA-Mature Audiences

SBS

(Programs listed Victoria time, subtract half-hour for SA times)

5am Weathewatch/Music

6.00 Japanese News

6.30 Weatherwatch/Music

7.00 Telegiornale

7.35 Cantonese News

7.55 Mandarin News

8.30 Das Journal

9.00 Le Journal

9.40 Weatherwatch/Music

10.15 Telediario

11.00 Indonesian News

11.30 The Journal

noon Nightly Business Report

12.30 Movie "Nothing Left to Do But Cry" (PG)

3.00 On the Death of Federico Fellini

4.00 Kalachakra: The Wheel of Time

4.30 Summer of the Bomb


5.30 Once Upon a Time in Cyberville

6.30 SBS World News

7.00 Children of Nicaragua

7.30 America in the Fifties

8.30 South Park (PG)

9.00 Robin & Friends

9.30 Generation

10.00 Movie "Naked Killer" (MA)

11.20 Best of Eat Carpet

12.40 Movie "Face to Face" (M)

2.15 sign-off

ABC

6.00 Rage (simulcast on Triple J radio network)

9.00 Recovery

noon Bush Tucker Man

12.30 Australian Baseball League

2.00 English Premier League Soccer

3.00 Poetry in Motion

4.00 Movie "The Battle of the River Plate"

6.00 Woodford Film Festival

7.00 ABC News

7.30 Pie in the Sky

8.30 The Bill (back-to-back; PG, includes ABC News)

9.30 Performance (PG)


10.55 Rage (Triple J picks it up from 1am; airs all-night)

Seven Network (HSV7 Melbourne; Prime (AMV) in regional markets)

6.00 (Prime) Reach Out for Christ

6:00 (7) 2 Stupid Dogs

6.30 Bob in a Bottle

7.00 Saturday Disney

9.00 New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh (C)

9.30 Adventures of the Bush Patrol (C)

10.00 Huckleberry Hound

10.30 Saved by the Bell: The New Class

11.00 California Dreams

11.30 (Prime) Surf TV

11.30 (7) The Mask

noon Road to Nagano

1.00 Movie "My Man Godfrey"

2.55 Movie "Merry Andrew"

5.00 Get Smart

5.30 Rex Hunt Fishing Adventures

6.00 Seven Nightly News

6.30 World Around Us (includes Tattslotto) (Prime airs 2 episodes)

7.30 (7) Heartbeat (includes Tattslotto and Super 66)

8.40 Movie "Bonanza: Under Attack" (PG)

10.40 Movie "The Sons of Katie Elder" (PG)

1.05 (Prime) The Extraordinary (PG)


1.05 (7) Telemall Shopping

2.00 (Prime) TVSN (home shopping)

2.05 (7) Movie "Another Pair of Aces: Three of a Kind" (M)

3.45 (7) Movie "Rock & Rule" (PG)

5.10 (7) Main Event

Nine Network (GTV9 Melbourne; WIN (VTV) in regional markets)

6.00 (WIN) Faith Talks

6.00 (9) World Sport Special

6.30 (WIN) Telemall Shopping

6.30 (9) Dinky Di's

7.00 GoodSports (C)

7.30 Wonder World! (C)

8.00 Today on Saturday

9.00 Ship to Shore (C)

9.30 Wishbone (C)

10.00 My Generation (C)

10.30 Outer Bounds

10.50 Cricket: Australia v South Africa, Day 2 of 2nd Test (live from Sydney)

1.00 Cricket Show

1.30 Cricket cont'd

6.00 National Nine News

6.30 Step by Step

7.00 Hangin' with Mr Cooper

7.30 Family Matters


8.00 Married...with Children (PG)

8.30 John Grisham's The Client (premiere-PG)

10.35 Crocodile Shoes 2 (premiere-M)

1.35 Cricket Highlights

2.05 Late Show with David Letterman (PG)

3.05 Lonesome Dove: The Outlaw Years (M)

4.05 Barney Miller (PG)

4.35 Carson's Comedy Classics (PG)

5.00 Kenneth Copeland

Network Ten (ATV10 Melbourne; Ten Victoria (BCV-GLV) in regional markets)

6.00 Barney & Friends

6.30 Fantomacat

7.00 Owl TV (C)

7.30 Where on Earth is Carmen Sandiego? (C)

8.00 Totally Wild (C)

8.30 Inside Stuff

9.00 Video Hits

11.30 Ten-Pin Bowling

noon Bright Ideas: The Home Improvement Show

1.30 Flying 18s Yachting

2.00 Movie "Hatari!"

5.00 Ten News

5.30 Greg Norman's Classic Fishing Adventures

6.00 Out of This World


6.30 GooseBumps (back-to-back)

7.30 Xena: Warrior Princess (PG)

8.30 National Geographic Explorer

9.40 Maloney (M)

10.40 Ten News

11.10 Sports Tonight

11.40 NBA Action

12.10 NBA Game of the Week

1.10 A Year to Remember

1.40 Aboriginal Australia

2.00 Telemall Shopping

4.00 Randy Morrison Ministries

4.30 Key of David

SES Mt Gambier/RTS Renmark-Loxton

7.00 Magic School Bus (C)

7.30 GoodSports (C)

8.00 Crocadoo (C)

8.30 Adventures of the Bush Patrol (C)

9.00 Ocean Girl (C)

9.30 Dennis the Menace

10.00 Outer Bounds

10.20 Cricket (as Nine/WIN)

12.30 Cricket Show

1.00 Cricket cont'd


5.30 Out of This World

6.00 National News

6.30 Sabrina the Teenage Witch

7.00 Clueless

7.30 Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman (PG, includes Lotto)

8.35 Movie "My Life" (PG)

10.45 Movie "Dirty Harry" (M)

12.40 Epilogue

12.48 sign-off

Australia used G-Codes, their version of VCR+, here's what the regional codes were:

02 ABC

04 WIN

05 RTS

06 Prime

08 SES

11 Ten Victoria

28 SBS

I would assume the Melbourne metros used 07, 09 and 10 respectively

Retro: Atlanta Friday, January 21, 1972

Not sure if I've posted this already. From

TV Guide, North Georgia (Atlanta) Edition:


WSB Ch. 2 (NBC)

6:20 Town And Country

6:25 Farm News

6:30 Christopher Closeup

7 AM Today

9 AM Today In Georgia

10 AM Dinah's Place

10:30 Concentration

11 AM Sale Of The Century

11:30 Hollywood Squares

12 N News

12:30 Democratic Reply To President

Nixon's State Of The Union Address

1 PM Mike Douglas (joined in progress)

2 PM Days Of Our Lives

2:30 The Doctors

3 PM Another World

3:30 Bright Promise

4 PM Somerset

4:30 Truth Or Consequences

5 PM Perry Mason

6 PM News

7 PM NBC News
7:30 High Chaparral

8:30 NBC Movie: "Return Of The Seven"

10:30 Sanford And Son (delay from 8 PM)

11 PM News

11:30 Tonight Show (Joey Bishop subs for

Johnny)

1 AM Movie: "Experiment In Terror"

WAGA Ch. 5 (CBS)

6:30 University Of Georgia

7 AM CBS News (John Hart)

8 AM Captain Kangaroo

9 AM Phil Donahue

10 AM The Lucy Show (guest is

Carol Burnett)

10:30 My Three Sons

11 AM Family Affair

11:30 Love Of Life

12 N News

12:30 Democratic Response To President

Nixon's State Of The Union Address

1 PM It's Your Bet

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 I Love Lucy

4:30 Virginian

6 PM News

6:30 CBS News

7 PM News

7:30 I Dream Of Jeannie

8 PM O'Hara, U.S. Treasury

9 PM CBS Movie: "Something Evil"

10:30 Don Rickles (short-lived sitcom

where he's an ad-agency exec)

11 PM News

11:30 Movie: "Two Loves"

WGTV Ch. 8 Athens/Atlanta (PBS)

In-school programs until

4:30 Electric Company

5 PM Sesame Street

6 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

6:30 What's New

7 PM Zoom
7:30 Wall Street Week

8 PM Washington Week In Review

8:30 Black Journal

9 PM Folk Guitar

9:30 Coach Lawson (I never knew who

this was, not a football or basketball

coach at UGA, that's for sure)

10 PM Lawmakers--1972

WQXI (WXIA) Ch. 11 (ABC)

6:25 Rocky And His Friends

6:55 Professor Kitzel

7 AM Tubby And Lester

8 AM Romper Room

8:30 What Every Woman Wants

To Know

9 AM Movie: "Brigham Young--

Frontiersman"

11 AM Password

11:30 That Girl

12 N Bewitched

12:30 Democratic Response To President

Nixon's State Of The Union Address

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 Dick Van dyke

5 PM Daniel Boone

6 PM ABC News

6:30 Green Acres

7 PM What's My Line?

7:30 To Tell The Truth

8 PM Brady Bunch

8:30 Partridge Family

9 PM Room 222

9:30 Odd Couple

10 PM Love, American Style

11 PM News

11:30 Movie: "Lady From Louisiana"

(Dick Cavett is delayed until

Sunday 11:30 PM)

1 AM News

WTCG (WPCH) Ch. 17 (Ind.)


7 AM Popeye

7:30 Little Rascals

8 AM Banana Splits

8:30 Flintstones

9 AM Cartoon Carnival

10 AM Jack LaLanne

10:30 Topper

11 AM Donna Reed

11:30 Galloping Gourmet

12 N Jeopardy!

12:30 My Little Margie (Who, What Or

Where is pre-empted today)

1 PM Movie: "Pimpernel Smith"

3 PM Little Rascals

3:30 Banana Splits

4 PM Speed Racer

4:30 Flintstones

5 PM Leave It To Beaver

5:30 Gomer Pyle, USMC (pre-empted

on Ch. 5 at 4 PM)

6 PM Star Trek

7 PM Rifleman

7:30 Dragnet

8 PM Alfred Hitchcock Hour

9 PM Movie: "Killers From Space"


10:30 One Step Beyond

11 PM Twilight Zone

11:30 Movie: "The Naked Maja"

WETV (WPBA) Ch. 30 (PBS)

In-school programs until

4 PM Sesame Street

5 PM Electric Company

5:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

6 PM Observing Eye

6:30 Hatha Yoga

7 PM Private Lives Of Americans

7:30 This Week With Bill Moyers

8 PM Washington Week In Review

8:30 Movie: "The Blue Angel" (the 1930

film that made Marlene Dietrich an

international star)

10:30 Young Musical Artists

WHAE (WGCL) Ch. 46 (Ind.)

5 PM Fury

5:30 Jim And Tammy


6:30 Western Movie (no title given)

7:30 Right On

8 PM Bible Story With Paul Harvey

8:30 Of Lands And Seas

9:30 700 Club

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No local news on WQXI channel 11 other than at 11pm?

I am surprised considering how popular WQXI radio was at that time.

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Channel 11 had local newscasts at 7 PM for much

of the '60s; in 1969 they tried a 5:30 newscast

that was an immediate failure. From 1970 to 1972

they aired syndicated programs against WSB's

and WAGA's news. In September 1972 they finally

recommitted to news; they hired Virgil Dominic from

NBC in Cleveland to anchor Pro News at 6 and 11.

He lasted until 1976, when the 11 Alive format was

instituted.

Channel 11 did have a midday newscast at 12:30

(12:00 after September 1972) but it was pre-empted

this particular day for coverage of the Democratic

response to the State of the Union Address.

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Quote Originally Posted by bpatrick

they hired Virgil Dominic from

NBC in Cleveland to anchor Pro News at 6 and 11.

He lasted until 1976, when the 11 Alive format was

instituted.

Virgil Dominic then returned to Cleveland as News Director and later General Manager of WJW-
TV 8 by 1977..He oversaw the transition of Channel 8 from the "City Camera" era of the 1960's-
early 70's to the "Newscenter 8" era from 1977-to about 1995 or so..He then retired from what
was now Fox8 and is living in retirement in Florida..One of the finest Newsmen..and Gentlemen,
by all accounts to ever work in Cleveland TV news..

Edit:Just noticed a very good. complete interview with Virgil Dominic here:

http://www.clevelandseniors.com/peop...il-dominic.htm

RETRO: Anchorage, Alaska (November 27, 1983)

Why did I decide to post that day's schedule? Scroll down and you'll see.

Source: Anchorage Daily News "TV News"

2-KTUU (NBC)

4-KTBY (Independent; they were the new kids on the block)

7-KAKM (PBS)

11-KTVA (CBS)

13-KIMO (ABC)
6:30 AM

11-The World Tomorrow (Herbert W. Armstrong)

13-CNN Headline News

7:00

2-PTL Club

4-Religious programming

11-Happiness is the Lord

13-Directions

7:30

11-It Is Written

13-Breath of Life

8:00

2-Rex Humbard

11-Expect A Miracle (Oral and Richard Roberts)

13-Shiloh Baptist

8:30

2-NFL '83 (Len Berman/Bill Macatee/Dave Marash)

11-The NFL Today (Brent Musburger/Phyllis George/Irv Cross/Jimmy "The Greek" Snyder)

13-Bethel Chapel

8:53
7-Alaska Is...

9:00

2-NFL FOOTBALL: New England Patriots vs. New York Jets

7-Sesame Street

11: NFL FOOTBALL: San Francisco 49ers vs. Chicago Bears

13-Jack Van Impe

9:30

13-Faith 20

10:00

7-Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

13-Healthbeat

10:30

7-The Electric Company

13-What's Happening!! ("The Burger Queen")

11:00

4-MOVIE: "Trinity is My Name" (1972)

7-Faces of Culture ("The Arts")

13-NFL Week in Review

11:30
7-Faces of Culture ("New Orleans' Black Indians: A Case Study in the Arts")

13-NFL Pro Magazine

Noon

2-Jerry Falwell (Old-Time Gospel Hour)

7-Yup'ik Schoolroom

11-NFL FOOTBALL: Green Bay Packers vs. Atlanta Falcons

13-MOVIE: "The Knights of the Round Table" (1953)

12:30 PM

7-Housewarming with Charlie Wing ("Cooking the House")

1:00

2-Robert Schuller (Hour of Power)

4-MOVIE: "Sidewinder 1" (1977)

7-Great Performances ("The Life of Verdi", Part 5/6)

2:00

2-First Baptist Church

4-Family Bible Hour (Jerry Prevo)

2:30

4-Cartoons

7-An Evening of Championship Skating


3:00

2-Being with John F. Kennedy

11-Happy Days Again

13-Ripley's Believe It or Not!

3:30

7-Survival Specials ("Tiger, Tiger")

11-America's Top Ten

4:00

11-MOVIE: "Silk Stockings" (1957)

13-Salute!

4:30

7-The Strange Case of Death in the West

5:00

2-Meet The Press (Bill Monroe)

4-Athletes in Action

13-Alaska Statewide News

5:30

2-Newsmakers

4-Jokes on us

7-Working Women ("Great Encounters")


13: COLLEGE BASKETBALL: Great Alaska Shootout championship game (Live from the new
Sullivan Arena in Anchorage)

6:00

2-NBC Nightly News

4-Cannon

7-Tony Brown's Journal ("Back to Black")

6:30

2-Newservice 2

7-The New Tech Times

11-Eyewitness News

7:00

2-First Camera

4-The 700 Club

7-Dinner at Julia's ("Saddle of Veal")

11-60 Minutes (Same-day delay)

7:30

7-Wild America ("Wild Cats")

13-ABC Theater: "The Day After" (This was of course the TV movie that already sent a nerve all
over the Lower 48 when it aired the previous week; I'll explain more after these listings)

8:00

2-Knight Rider ("Custom KITT")


4-MOVIE: "Ten Little Indians" (1965)

7-Nature ("The Fight of the Condor", Part 2)

11-CBS Sunday Night Movies: "Chiefs Part One"

9:00

2-NBC Sunday Night at the Movies: "Airplane!" (1980)

7-Masterpiece Theatre ("Citadel", Part 2)

9:55

13-Viewpoint (A discussion following "The Day After" about the possibility of a nuclear war)

10:00

4-MOVIE: "Generation" (1969)

7-Silk Screen ("China: Land of My Father")

11-Trapper John M.D.

10:30

7-Soundings ("The Music of Ralph Shapely")

10:55

13-MOVIE: "The Way We Were" (1973)

11:00

2-MOVIE: "In Like Flint" (1967)

7-Monty Python's Flying Circus


11-Switch

11:30

7-Thank You, Mr. President: The Press Conferences

Midnight

11-Face The Nation (Lesley Stahl)

12:30 AM

7-Alaska Is...

1:00

13-Jack Van Impe

1:30

13-CNN Headline News

Back to "The Day After": Yes, it already set off nerves across the Lower 48 (and Juneau; they
were the only Alaskans who saw it first), but Anchorage and Fairbanks had to wait up to two
weeks to see what all the hubbub was about for themselves . Here in Fairbanks, KTVF broadcast
the film and "Viewpoint" on December 4.

But looking back, the threat of a nuclear war was a very serious matter in 1983, though it would
become forgettable when the Cold War ended and the Soviet Union crumbled. But I'm sure "The
Day After" when it aired was more shocking than -- and I may get burned for saying this -- the
recent death of Heath Ledger.

The movie is of course on DVD now (under $10 at Fred Meyer, Target, Wal-Mart, etc.) if you want
to relieve all that without being frightened.

Jonathan Allen

Retro: Dallas/Ft. Worth Friday, March 11, 1983

From TV Guide, Dallas/Ft. Worth Edition:

KDFW Ch. 4 (CBS)

5 AM 4-Country Reporter

5:30 CBS News (Bill Kurtis/Diane Sawyer)

6 AM News

6:30 Richard Simmons

7 AM CBS News (Kurtis/Sawyer)

9 AM New $25,000 Pyramid

9:30 Child's Play

10 AM Price Is Right

11 AM Young And The Restless

12 N News

12:30 As The World Turns

1:30 Capitol

2 PM Guiding Light

3 PM Carol Burnett And Friends

3:30 Sanford And Son

4 PM The Jeffersons
4:30 Barney Miller

5 PM News

5:30 CBS News

6 PM News

6:30 Family Feud

7 PM Dukes Of Hazzard

8 PM Dallas

9 PM Falcon Crest

10 PM News

10:30 All In The Family

11 PM CBS Movie: "Black Sunday"

1:30 News

KXAS Ch. 5 (NBC)

5:30 Health Field (Dr. Frank Field)

6 AM NBC News (Bryant Gumbel/

Jane Pauley/Willard Scott)

6:30 News

7 AM Today

9 AM Donahue

10 AM Facts Of Life

10:30 Hit Man (Peter Tomarken and

Rod Roddy teamed up, six months

before the debut of Press Your Luck)


11 AM Just Men! (a then-rare thing, a female

emcee--Betty White--who won a Daytime

Emmy and saw this show get canceled

that year)

11:30 Wheel Of Fortune

12 N News

12:30 Days Of Our Lives

1:30 Another World

2:30 Sale Of The Century

3 PM Lie Detector (F. Lee Bailey's show sounds

like a forerunner of The Moment Of Truth)

3:30 Perry Mason

4:30 People's Court

5 PM News

5:30 NBC News (Roger Mudd is co-anchoring

with Tom Brokaw)

6 PM News

6:30 Entertainment Tonight (still seen at 6:30,

but on Ch. 8)

7 PM Powers Of Matthew Star

8 PM Knight Rider

9 PM Remington Steele

10 PM News

10:30 Tonight Show

11:30 Madame's Place


12 M Late Night With David Letterman

1:30 Evening At The Improv

2:30 You Asked For It

3 AM Movie: "The Letters"

4:30 Six Million Dollar Man

WFAA Ch. 8 (ABC)

5:15 The Adventurer (short-lived Gene

Barry series, joined in progress)

5:30 CNN Headline News

6 AM ABC/Local News

7 AM Good Morning America

9 AM Hour Magazine

10 AM Love Boat

11 AM Family Feud

11:30 Ryan's Hope

12 N All My Children

1 PM One Life To Live

2 PM General Hospital

3 PM Movie: "Beach Blanket Bingo"

4:30 News

5:30 ABC News

6 PM News

6:30 PM Magazine
7 PM Benson

7:30 At Ease

8 PM Renegades

9 PM Tales Of The Gold Monkey

10 PM News

10:30 Nightline

11 PM Movie: "The Skull"

12:40 The Last Word (short-lived ABC News

program with Gregory Jackson)

1:40 Movie: "Harry In Your Pocket"

3:30 Movie: "Billion Dollar Brain"

KTVT Ch. 11 (Ind.)

6:30 News

7 AM Slam Bang Theatre

8 AM Comedy Capers

8:30 Gigglesnort Hotel

9 AM I Love Lucy

9:30 I Dream Of Jeannie

10 AM The Fugitive

11 AM News

12 N Mary Tyler Moore

12:30 Bob Newhart

1 PM Movie: "Charly"
3 PM Superfriends

3:30 Slam Bang Theatre

4 PM MV3 (music videos)

5 PM Happy Days Again

5:30 Laverne & Shirley & Company

6 PM Three's Company

6:30 One Day At A Time

7 PM Hawaii Five-O

8 PM Movie: "Who Says I Can't

Ride A Rainbow!"

10 PM Benny Hill

10:30 Movie: "Butley" (to 2 AM)

KERA Ch. 13 (PBS)

5:30 Yoga

5:45 A.M. Weather

6 AM MacNeil/Lehrer Report

6:30 America: The Second Century

7:30 Government

8 AM Peppermint Place

8:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

9 AM Sesame Street

10 AM Electric Company

10:30 In-school programs


12 N Government

12:30 Here's To Your Health

1 PM 3-2-1 Contact

1:30 In-school programs

2:30 Checking It Out

3 PM In Our Own Image

3:30 Over Easy

4 PM 3-2-1 Contact

4:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

5 PM Sesame Street

6 PM MacNeil/Lehrer Report

6:30 Untamed World

7 PM Washington Week In Review

7:30 Wall Street Week

8 PM More Of That Great American

Gospel Sound

10 PM Together With Leo (Buscaglia)

11 PM Movie: "Fire Over England"

KTXA Ch. 21 (Ind.)

5 AM Carrascolendas

5:30 Romper Room And Friends

6 AM Jimmy Swaggart

6:30 Charles Capps: Concepts Of


Faith

6:45 Best Day Of Your Life

7 AM Porky And Bugs

7:30 Flintstones

8 AM Fred Flintstone & Friends

8:30 Dennis The Menace (sitcom)

9 AM Movie: "The Young Doctors"

11 AM Daystar (now owners of Ch. 2

in Denton, TX)

12 N Black American

12:30 Maverick

1:30 Andy Griffith

2 PM Munsters

2:30 TBA

3:30 Fred Flintstone & Friends

4 PM TBA

5 PM Twilight Zone

5:30 Charlie's Angels

6:30 M*A*S*H

7 PM ON-TV

4 AM Black American

4:20 News

KTWS Ch. 27 (Ind.)


7 AM Ag-Day

7:30 Jim Bakker

8:30 Jim Newton (country music)

9 AM Jack LaLanne & You

9:30 Edge Of Night

10 AM Jim Bakker

11 AM Financial News Network

2 PM Jim Bakker

3 PM That Girl

3:30 Financial News Network

4 PM Sha Na Na

4:30 Dark Shadows

5 PM That Girl

5:30 Que Pasa?

6 PM Mission: Impossible

7 PM VEU

KNBN Ch. 33 (Ind.)

7:30 Polivoces

8:30 Buena Vibra

9 AM Manana Sera Otro Dia

10:30 Hoy Mismo

12 N Mundo Latino

1 PM Aventuras de Capulina
1:30 Limosa de Amor

2 PM Andrea Celeste

3 PM Conflictos de un Medico

4 PM Nino de Papel

4:30 Extranos Caminos del Amor

5 PM Mundo Latino

5:30 Noticias

6 PM Soledad

6:30 Charytin

7:30 Malu Mujer

8:30 Vanessa

9 PM Noticias

10 PM Pelicula: "Las cicantrices"

KXTX Ch. 39 (Ind.)

6:30 Cartoons

7 AM Tom And Jerry

7:30 Woody Woodpecker

8 AM Bugs & Friends

8:30 Great Space Coaster

9 AM 700 Club

10:30 Richard Hogue Weekdays

11:30 News

12 N Big Valley
1 PM Green Acres

1:30 Here's Lucy

2 PM Father Knows Best

2:30 Popeye And Bugs Hour

3:30 Tom And Jerry

4 PM Pink Panther

4:30 Scooby-Doo

5 PM Eight Is Enough

6 PM Little House On The Prairie

7 PM The Waltons

8 PM Not The Same Old Story (Danny

Thomas narrates a look at active

people mostly over age 70)

9 PM 700 Club

10 PM Mork & Mindy

10:30 Buck Rogers In The 25th Century

11:30 That Teen Show

12 M Movie: "Dino" (Sal Mineo in the teen-rebel

role that might have been suited to Marlon

Brando or James Dean, if the latter had

still been alive in 1957)

2 AM Independent Network News

Retro: Dallas/Ft. Worth Friday, August 1, 1980

From TV Guide, Dallas/Ft. Worth Edition:


KDFW Ch. 4 (CBS)

5 AM News

5:30 Summer Semester

6 AM Morning With Bob Schieffer

7 AM Captain Kangaroo

8 AM Dinah! & Friends

9 AM The Jeffersons

9:30 Alice

10 AM Price Is Right

11 AM Young And The Restless

12 N News

12:30 Search For Tomorrow

1 PM As The World Turns

2 PM Guiding Light

3 PM Rhoda

3:30 One Day At A Time

4 PM Sanford And Son

4:30 Good Times

5 PM News

5:30 CBS News

6 PM News

6:30 Newlywed Game

7 PM Incredible Hulk
8 PM Dukes Of Hazzard

9 PM Dallas

10 PM News

10:30 All In The Family

11 PM The New Avengers

12:10 Return Of The Saint

1:20 News

1:50 4-Country Reporter

KXAS Ch. 5 (NBC)

6 AM Charlie Rose

6:30 News

7 AM Today (Tom Brokaw)

9 AM Charlie Rose

9:30 Donahue

10:30 Wheel Of Fortune

11 AM Card Sharks

11:30 Password Plus

12 N Days Of Our Lives

1 PM The Doctors

1:30 Another World

---------------------------------------------------

NOTE: On Monday, August 4, NBC overhauled its

daytime lineup. The new schedule (listed Central


Time):

9 AM David Letterman (not carried in DFW)

10 AM Wheel Of Fortune (delayed to 11:30)

10:30 Password Plus

11 AM Card Sharks

11:30 The Doctors (not carried in DFW)

12 N Days Of Our Lives

1 PM Another World

2 PM Texas

-------------------------------------------------

3 PM Merv Griffin

4:30 M*A*S*H

5 PM News

5:30 NBC News

6 PM News

6:30 Dallas Cowboys Weekly

7 PM Diff'rent Strokes

7:30 Facts Of Life

8 PM Speak Up America (premiere of a

short-lived but controversial series)

9 PM Friday Night Fights (NBC tries to revive

a '50s institution with Wilfred Benitez vs.

Tony Chiaverini, junior middleweights,

10 rounds)

10 PM News
10:30 Tonight Show

12 M Midnight Special

1:30 News

WFAA Ch. 8 (ABC)

6 AM Country Daybreak

6:15 Dallas Lift

6:30 Peppermint Place

7 AM Good Morning America

9 AM People (local, with Michael Brown,

husband of novelist Sandra Brown)

9:30 Edge Of Night

10 AM Love Boat

11 AM Family Feud

11:30 Ryan's Hope

12 N All My Children

1 PM One Life To Live

2 PM General Hospital

3 PM Movie: "Lover Come Back"

5 PM News

5:30 ABC News

6 PM News

6:30 PM Magazine

7 PM Benson
7:30 Goodtime Girls

8 PM ABC Movie: "Casino"

10 PM News

10:30 Movie: "The Terminal Man"

12:30 Fridays

1:40 News

2:10 Movie: "Bombardier"

4 AM Movie: "Station West"

5:45 Ozzie & Harriet

KTVT Ch. 11 (Ind.)

6:40 News

7 AM Slam Bang Theatre

8 AM Comedy Capers

8:30 New Zoo Revue

9 AM Leave It To Beaver

9:30 My Three Sons

10 AM Daktari

11 AM I Dream Of Jeannie

11:30 News

12:30 Movie: "The Haunted Palace"

2:30 Popeye & Friends

3:30 Banana Splits

4 PM Bugs And Porky


4:30 Superman

5 PM I Love Lucy

5:30 Dick Van dyke

6 PM Bewitched

6:30 Adam-12

7 PM Gunsmoke

8 PM Movie: "Empire Of The Ants"

10 PM Mary Tyler Moore

10:30 Bob Newhart

11 PM Movie: "Vendetta For The Saint"

1 AM News

KERA Ch. 13 (PBS)

5:45 A.M. Weather

6 AM Captioned ABC News

6:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

7 AM TBA

7:30 Zoom

8 AM News Day

8:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

9 AM Sesame Street

10 AM Electric Company

10:30 Villa Alegre

11 AM Sesame Street
12 N Over Easy

12:30 MacNeil/Lehrer Report

1 PM Free To Choose

2 PM Victory Garden

3 PM Dick Cavett

3:30 Over Easy

4 PM Zoom

4:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

5 PM Sesame Street

6 PM Electric Company

6:30 MacNeil/Lehrer Report

7 PM News Day

7:30 Wall Street Week

8 PM Washington Week In Review

8:30 Ben Wattenberg's 1980 (Ben Stein,

pre-acting and game shows, is a

guest)

9 PM Bill Moyers' Journal

10 PM Jazz At The Maintenance Shop

11 PM Dick Cavett (3 episodes)

KXTX Ch. 39 (Ind.)

5:30 Ross Bagley

6 AM Romper Room
6:30 Tom & Jerry

7 AM Bugs Bunny & Friends

7:30 Popeye

8 AM Mighty Mouse

8:30 Little Rascals

9 AM 700 Club

10:30 Doris Day

11 AM Marcus Welby, M.D.

12 N Big Valley

1 PM Green Acres

1:30 Andy Griffith

2 PM Superfriends

2:30 Popeye And Bugs Hour

3:30 Flintstones

4 PM Tom And Jerry

5 PM Partridge Family

5:30 Hogan's Heroes

6 PM Star Trek

7 PM Baseball: Astros at Mets

9:30 News (time approximate)

10 PM 700 Club

11:30 Health Field

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Any listings from 1986?

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Re: Retro: Dallas/Ft. Worth Friday, August 1, 1980

Yeah, and how about the early 90s?

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Re: Retro: Dallas/Ft. Worth Friday, August 1, 1980

At the moment I don't have any from either

1986 or the '90s, but I'll keep an eye out for

any TV Guides that happen to materialize.

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I had the Dallas Morning News TV section from the day of the "big switch", but it got lost/thrown
out. :'(

Retro: North Carolina Monday, January 27, 1975

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 (the Triad's

greatest kids' show)

9:30 Gomer Pyle, USMC

10 AM Joker's Wild

10:30 Gambit

11 AM Now You See It

11:30 Love Of Life

11:55 News (local)

12 N Young And The Restless

12:30 Search For Tomorrow

1 PM Sandra And Friends (as I've

mentioned before, this is

Sandra Hughes, who anchors

Ch. 2's 5, 6, and 11 PM news)

1:30 As The World Turns

2 PM Guiding Light

2:30 Edge Of Night

3 PM Price Is Right

3:30 Match Game '75

4 PM Tattletales

4:30 Merv Griffin

6 PM News

6:30 CBS News


7 PM Beat The Clock (Gene Wood)

7:30 Police Surgeon

8 PM Gunsmoke

9 PM ACC Basketball: North Carolina State

at Duke

11 PM News (time approximate)

11:30 CBS Movie: "The Extraordinary Seaman"

E (WUND/2 Columbia, NC; WUNC/4 Chapel Hill;

WUNK/25 Greenville, NC; WUNL/26 Winston-Salem;

WUNJ/39 Wilmington, NC; WUNG/58 Concord, NC)

In-school programs until

12:30 Electric Company

In-school programs until

4 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

4:30 Sesame Street

5:30 Electric Company

6 PM Your Future Is Now

6:30 Engineering Review

7 PM Government Management Development

Part III

7:30 Down Home Cooking

8 PM World Hunger: Who Will Survive?

9:30 The Romantic Rebellion


10 PM Camera South

WBTV Ch. 3 Charlotte (CBS)

6:35 Almanac

6:45 Morning Scene

7 AM CBS News (Hughes Rudd)

8 AM Captain Kangaroo

9 AM Together

9:30 Tattletales

10 AM Joker's Wild

10:30 Gambit

11 AM Now You See It

11:30 Love Of Life

11:55 CBS News (Douglas Edwards)

12 N Scene At Noon

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 Price Is Right

3:30 Match Game '75

4 PM Gilligan's Island

4:30 I Dream Of Jeannie


5 PM Bonanza

6 PM News

7 PM CBS News

7:30 Price Is Right

8 PM Gunsmoke

9 PM ACC Basketball: North Carolina State

at Duke

11 PM News (time approximate)

11:30 CBS Movie: "The Extraordinary Seaman"

WWAY Ch. 3 Wilmington (ABC)

6:30 Arthur Smith

7 AM A.M. America (Bill Beutel)

9 AM New Zoo Revue

9:30 Coffeetalk

9:45 Movie: "Shine On, Harvest Moon"

11:30 Brady Bunch

12 N Password All-Stars (an all-celebrity

format virtually nobody liked)

12:30 Split Second

1 PM All My Children

1:30 Let's Make A Deal

2 PM $10,000 Pyramid

2:30 Big Showdown


3 PM General Hospital

3:30 One Life To Live

4 PM Money Maze

4:30 Gilligan's Island

5 PM Gomer Pyle, USMC

5:30 The Lucy Show

6 PM News

6:30 ABC News

7 PM Hogan's Heroes

7:30 Hollywood Squares

8 PM The Rookies

9 PM ABC Movie: "The Boston Strangler"

11 PM News

11:30 Wide World Mystery: "The Deadly

Volley"

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 (the Triangle's

greatest kids' show)


8 AM A.M. America

9 AM Mike Douglas

10:30 Femme Fare

11 AM Password All-Stars

11:30 Brady Bunch

12 N News

12:30 Split Second

1 PM All My Children

1:30 Let's Make A Deal

2 PM $10,000 Pyramid

2:30 Big Showdown

3 PM General Hospital

3:30 One Life To Live

4 PM Flintstones

4:30 Andy Griffith

5 PM Bonanza

6 PM News

6:30 ABC News

7 PM Ironside

8 PM The Rookies

9 PM ABC Movie: "The Boston Strangler"

11 PM News

11:30 Wide World Mystery: "The Deadly

Volley"
WECT Ch. 6 Wilmington (NBC)

6:30 Carolina In The Morning

7 AM Today

9 AM Mike Douglas

10 AM Celebrity Sweepstakes

10:30 Wheel Of Fortune

11 AM High Rollers

11:30 Hollywood Squares

12 N Jackpot!

12:30 Blank Check

12:55 NBC News (Edwin Newman)

1 PM Jim Burns (local talk show hosted

by a guy who could pass for McLean

Stevenson's brother)

1:30 As The World Turns

2 PM Days Of Our Lives

2:30 The Doctors

3 PM Another World

4 PM Somerset

4:30 Flipper

5 PM Bonanza

6 PM News

6:30 NBC News

7 PM Andy Griffith
7:30 Beverly Hillbillies

8 PM Smothers Brothers (a tamer version

of their late-'60s classic)

9 PM ACC Basketball: North Carolina State

at Duke

11 PM News (time approximate)

11:30 Tonight Show (McLean Stevenson

subs for Johnny)

WITN Ch. 7 Washington, NC (NBC)

6 AM Almanac

7 AM Today

9 AM Mike Douglas

10 AM Celebrity Sweepstakes

10:30 Wheel Of Fortune

11 AM High Rollers

11:30 Hollywood Squares

12 N News

12:30 Blank Check

12:55 NBC News

1 PM Jackpot!

1:30 How To Survive A Marriage

2 PM Days Of Our Lives

2:30 The Doctors


3 PM Another World

4 PM Somerset

4:30 Bewitched

5 PM Wild Wild West

6 PM News

6:30 NBC News

7 PM Family Affair

7:30 Treasure Hunt

8 PM Smothers Brothers

9 PM NBC Movie: "Play Misty For Me"

11 PM News

11:30 Tonight Show

WGHP Ch. 8 High Point (ABC)

6:15 Farm, Home And Garden

6:30 New Zoo Revue

7 AM A.M. America

9 AM Movie: "No Time For Comedy"

11 AM Password All-Stars

11:30 Southern Exposure

12:30 Split Second

1 PM All My Children

1:30 Let's Make A Deal

2 PM $10,000 Pyramid
2:30 Big Showdown

3 PM General Hospital

3:30 One Life To Live

4 PM Movie: "Task Force"

6 PM News

6:30 ABC News

7 PM Truth Or Consequences

7:30 Let's Make A Deal

8 PM The Rookies

9 PM ABC Movie: "The Boston Strangler"

11 PM News

11:30 Wide World Mystery: "The Deadly

Volley"

1 AM News

WNCT Ch. 9 Greenville, NC (CBS)

6 AM Carolina Today

6:30 Morning Meditations

6:35 Carolina Today continues

8 AM CBS News

9 AM Captain Kangaroo

10 AM Joker's Wild

10:30 Gambit

11 AM Now You See It


11:30 Love Of Life

11:55 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 '75

4 PM Tattletales

4:30 Batman

5 PM Big Valley

6 PM News

6:30 CBS News

7 PM Truth Or Consequences

7:30 To Tell The Truth

8 PM Gunsmoke

9 PM ACC Basketball: North Carolina State

at Duke

11 PM News (time approximate)

11:30 CBS Movie: "The Extraordinary Seaman"

WSOC Ch. 9 Charlotte (NBC)


6:15 Arthur Smith

6:45 On The House

7 AM Today

9 AM Ben Casey

10 AM Celebrity Sweepstakes

10:30 Wheel Of Fortune

11 AM High Rollers

11:30 Hollywood Squares

12 N News

12:30 Blank Check

12:55 NBC News

1 PM Truth Or Consequences

1:30 How To Survive A Marriage

2 PM Days Of Our Lives

2:30 The Doctors

3 PM Another World

4 PM Mike Douglas

5 PM The FBI

6 PM News

6:30 NBC News

7 PM To Tell The Truth

7:30 Wild Wild World Of Animals

8 PM Smothers Brothers

9 PM NBC Movie: "Play Misty For Me"

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

9:30 Knozit-Land (the Midlands'

greatest kids' show)

10 AM Celebrity Sweepstakes

10:30 Wheel Of Fortune

11 AM High Rollers

11:30 Hollywood Squares

12 N Jackpot!

12:30 Blank Check

12:55 News

1:30 How To Survive A Marriage

2 PM Days Of Our Lives

2:30 The Doctors

3 PM Another World

4 PM Mike Douglas

5 PM Ironside

6 PM Truth Or Consequences

6:30 NBC News


7 PM News

7:30 Wild Kingdom

8 PM Smothers Brothers

9 PM ACC Basketball: North Carolina State

at Duke

11 PM News (time approximate)

11:30 Tonight Show

1 AM Tomorrow

WTVD Ch. 11 Durham (CBS)

6:30 Sunrise Semester

7 AM CBS News

8 AM Captain Kangaroo

9 AM Peggy Mann

9:30 Tattletales

10 AM Joker's Wild

10:30 Gambit

11 AM Now You See It

11:30 Love Of Life

11:55 News (local)

12 N Young And The Restless

12:30 Search For Tomorrow

1 PM That Girl

1:30 As The World Turns


2 PM Guiding Light

2:30 Edge Of Night

3 PM Price Is Right

3:30 Match Game '75

4 PM McHale's Navy

4:30 Bewitched

5 PM Mod Squad

6 PM News

6:30 CBS News

7 PM Family Affair

7:30 Name That Tune

8 PM Gunsmoke

9 PM TBA (may have been the

N.C. State-Duke game)

11 PM News

11:30 CBS Movie: "The Extraordinary Seaman"

WCTI Ch. 12 New Bern (ABC)

6:30 New Zoo Revue

7 AM A.M. America

9 AM Montage

10 AM Beverly Hillbillies

10:30 Concentration

11 AM Money Maze
11:30 Brady Bunch

12 N Password All-Stars

12:30 Split Second

1 PM All My Children

1:30 Let's Make A Deal

2 PM $10,000 Pyramid

2:30 Big Showdown

3 PM General Hospital

3:30 One Life To Live

4 PM Gilligan's Island

4:30 Little Rascals

5 PM That Girl

5:30 News

6 PM ABC News

6:30 Beat The Clock

7 PM Andy Griffith

7:30 Concentration (no, they didn't

run it twice a day--this is the

only night each week that it

ran at 7:30)

8 PM The Rookies

9 PM ABC Movie: "The Boston Strangler"

11 PM News

11:30 Wide World Mystery: "The Deadly

Volley"
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 Today At Home

10 AM Celebrity Sweepstakes

10:30 Wheel Of Fortune

11 AM High Rollers

11:30 Hollywood Squares

12 N Jackpot!

12:30 Blank Check

12:55 NBC News

1 PM Concentration

1:30 How To Survive A Marriage

2 PM Days Of Our Lives

2:30 The Doctors

3 PM Another World

4 PM Munsters

4:30 Gilligan's Island

5 PM Bonanza
6 PM News

6:30 NBC News

7 PM What's My Line?

7:30 To Tell The Truth

8 PM Smothers Brothers

9 PM NBC Movie: "Play Misty For Me"

11 PM News

11:30 Tonight Show

1 AM Tomorrow

WBTW Ch. 13 Florence, SC (CBS/ABC)

6:15 Arthur Smith

6:45 Jim Nesbitt

8 AM Captain Kangaroo

9 AM CBS News

10 AM Joker's Wild

10:30 Gambit

11 AM Now You See It

11:30 Love Of Life

11:55 CBS News

12 N Young And The Restless

12:30 Search For Tomorrow

1 PM All My Children

1:30 As The World Turns


2 PM Guiding Light

2:30 Edge Of Night

3 PM Price Is Right

3:30 Match Game '75

4 PM Tattletales

4:30 Brady Bunch

5 PM Bonanza

6 PM ABC News

6:30 News

7 PM CBS News

7:30 To Tell The Truth

8 PM Gunsmoke

9 PM Maude

9:30 Rhoda

10 PM Medical Center

11 PM News

11:30 CBS Movie: "The Extraordinary Seaman"

WCCB Ch. 18 Charlotte (ABC)

7 AM A.M. America

9 AM Phil Donahue

10 AM New Zoo Revue

10:30 Nanny And The Professor

11 AM Not For Women Only


11:30 News

12 N Password All-Stars

12:30 Split Second

1 PM All My Children

1:30 Let's Make A Deal

2 PM $10,000 Pyramid

2:30 Big Showdown

3 PM General Hospital

3:30 One Life To Live

4 PM Money Maze

4:30 Brady Bunch

5 PM Mickey Mouse Club

5:30 News

6 PM ABC News

6:30 Superman

7 PM What's My Line?

7:30 Concentration

8 PM The Rookies

9 PM ABC Movie: "The Boston Strangler"

11 PM News

11:30 Wide World Mystery: "The Deadly

Volley"

WRDU Ch. 28 Durham (NBC)


7 AM Today

9 AM New Zoo Revue

9:30 Popeye

10 AM Celebrity Sweepstakes

10:30 Wheel Of Fortune

11 AM High Rollers

11:30 Hollywood Squares

12 N Jackpot!

12:30 Blank Check

12:55 NBC News

1 PM Not For Women Only

1:30 How To Survive A Marriage

2 PM Days Of Our Lives

2:30 The Doctors

3 PM Another World

4 PM Somerset

4:30 What's Happening (public affairs)

4:35 Movie: "It's Love I'm After"

6:30 News

7 PM NBC News

7:30 Wilburn Brothers

8 PM Smothers Brothers

9 PM NBC Movie: "Play Misty For Me"

11 PM News

11:30 Tonight Show


WRET Ch. 36 Charlotte (Ind.)

7 AM Three Stooges And Pals

8 AM Beverly Hillbillies

8:30 Father Knows Best

9 AM Movie: "They Died With Their

Boots On"

11 AM PTL Club

1 PM Movie: "Cluny Brown"

3 PM Popeye And Pals

3:30 Addams Family

4 PM Flintstones (2 episodes)

5 PM Leave It To Beaver

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 Star Trek

9 PM Movie: "My Geisha"

11 PM Night Gallery

11:30 Movie: "Little Caesar"

WTVI Ch. 42 Charlotte (PBS)


In-school programs until

4 PM Sesame Street

5 PM Electric Company

5:30 Villa Alegre

6 PM Sesame Street

7 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

7:30 Wheels, Kilns And Clay

8 PM Ask City Hall

8:30 Audubon Wildlife Theatre

9 PM Bill Moyers' Journal: International

Report

10 PM Behind The Lines

10:30 You're On!

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I notice New Zoo Revue airing on virtually all the ABC stations. Was this an ABC network show
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Re: Retro: North Carolina Monday, January 27, 1975

No; it was syndicated. It just happened to be picked up by ABC affiliates in this region.

Retro: South Georgia UHFs Saturday, May 30, 1981

From TV Guide, South Georgia Edition:

WJKS Ch. 17 Jacksonville (NBC)

6:25 Partridge Family

6:55 News For Little People

7 AM Jonny Quest

7:30 Drawing Power

8 AM Flintstones

9 AM Godzilla

9:30 Batman & The Super 7


10:30 Daffy Duck

11 AM Jetsons

11:30 Hong Kong Phooey

12 N Voyage To The Bottom Of

The Sea

1 PM Baseball Warm-Up

1:15 Baseball: Oakland at Toronto

4 PM Baseball: Cincinnati at Los Angeles

Dodgers (time approximate)

7 PM Kung Fu (time approximate)

8 PM Barbara Mandrell

9 PM BJ And The Bear

10 PM NBC Reports: "Just Plain Folks--

The Billionaire Hunts"

11 PM SCTV Television Network

11:30 Saturday Night Live

WTBS Ch. 17 Atlanta (Ind.)

5:30 Ag-USA

6 AM It's Your Business

6:30 Romper Room

7 AM Vegetable Soup

7:30 Baseball Bunch

8 AM Partridge Family
8:30 Movie: "Thief Of Damascus"

10 AM Movie: "Mr. Smith Goes To

Washington"

1 PM Television: The Moral

Battleground

2 PM Movie: "My Darling Clementine"

4 PM Last Of The Wild

4:30 This Week In Baseball

5 PM Miniature Golf

5:30 Wrestling

7:30 Movie: "The Fighting Seabees"

10 PM Baseball: Braves at Padres

12:30 News (time approximate)

1 AM Don Kirshner's Rock Concert

2:30 Movie: "The Crimson Pirate"

4:40 Rat Patrol

WDHN Ch. 18 Dothan, AL (ABC)

Listed Eastern Time; Dothan is in the

Central Time Zone.

6:30 Challenge Match Fishing

7 AM Down To Earth (agriculture)

8 AM Super Friends

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 And Baby Plas

12 N ABC Weekend Special

12:30 American Bandstand

1:30 Wrestling

2:30 Jimmy Houston Outdoors

3 PM Sports Afield

3:30 Pro Bowlers Tour

5 PM Wide World Of Sports

6:30 Bill Dance Outdoors

7 PM Solid Gold

8 PM Eight Is Enough

9 PM Love Boat

10 PM Fantasy Island

11 PM ABC News (Tom Jarriel)

11:15 Hee Haw

12:15 Best Of Sullivan

WECA Ch. 27 Tallahassee (ABC)

6:30 Animals Animals Animals


7 AM Hot Fudge

7:30 Little Rascals/Three Stooges

8 AM Super Friends

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 And Baby Plas

12 N ABC Weekend Special

12:30 American Bandstand

1:30 Tony Brown's Journal

2 PM FAMU: Facts & Faces (FAMU

is Florida A&M)

2:30 Today's Black Woman

3 PM Fishing With Roland Martin

3:30 Pro Bowlers Tour

5 PM Wide World Of Sports

6:30 Let's Go To The Races

7 PM Hee Haw

8 PM Eight Is Enough

9 PM Love Boat

10 PM Fantasy Island

11 PM News
11:15 ABC News

11:30 Solid Gold

12:30 Sha Na Na

WYEA Ch. 38 Columbus, GA (NBC)

7 AM Metro Forestry

7:30 Baseball Bunch

8 AM Flintstones

9 AM Godzilla

9:30 Batman & The Super 7

10:30 Daffy Duck

11 AM Jetsons

11:30 Hong Kong Phooey

12 N Kidsworld

12:30 Flintstones

1 PM Baseball Warm-Up

1:15 Baseball: Oakland at Toronto

4 PM Baseball: Cincinnati at Los Angeles

Dodgers (time approximate)

7 PM Muppet Show (time approximate)

7:30 Pink Panther

8 PM St. Jude Telethon

1 AM Movie (I think delayed from Sunday

11:30 on NBC): "The Loneliest Runner"


WCWB Ch. 41 Macon, GA (NBC)

8 AM Flintstones

9 AM Godzilla

9:30 Batman & The Super 7

10:30 Daffy Duck

11 AM Jetsons

11:30 Hong Kong Phooey

12 N Jonny Quest

12:30 Flintstones

1 PM Baseball Warm-Up

1:15 Baseball: Oakland at Toronto

4 PM Baseball: Cincinnati at Los Angeles

Dodgers (time approximate)

7 PM Hee Haw (time approximate)

8 PM Barbara Mandrell

9 PM BJ And The Bear

10 PM NBC Reports

11 PM Sha Na Na

11:30 Saturday Night Live

WVGA Ch. 44 Valdosta, GA (ABC)

6 AM Georgia Farm Monitor


6:30 Animals Animals Animals

7 AM Land Of The Giants

8 AM Super Friends

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 Wrestling

12:30 American Bandstand

1:30 Big Valley

2:30 Wrestling

3:30 Pro Bowlers Tour

5 PM Wide World Of Sports

6:30 America's Top 10

7 PM Hee Haw

8 PM Eight Is Enough

9 PM Love Boat

10 PM Fantasy Island

11 PM Movie: "Blood And Sand"

1 AM Don Kirshner's Rock Concert

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Now here we see 3 wrestling shows listed. WTBS airs Georgia Championship Wrestling at 5:30
prior to the Bravs game. At this time The Freebirds were riding high as well as Tommy Rich. Tony
Atlas was in and out splitting time between Georgia and the WWF. The Masked Superstar was in.

The Alabama show Im guessing woukd be the Fuller-Welch territory with Jimmy Golden, the
Fullers, and Bryan St. John.

Im not sure what the Valdosta show would be.

Retro: South Georgia Chs. 8-13 Saturday, May 30, 1981

From TV Guide, South Georgia Edition:

E (WXGA/8 Waycross; WABW/14 Pelham;

WDCO/15 Cochran; WACS/25 Dawson;

WJSP/28 Warm Springs, GA)

1:30 Here's To Your Health

2 PM Fireside Kitchen

2:30 Magic Method Of Oil Painting

3 PM By-Line

3:30 Power Game


4 PM Sneak Previews

4:30 Cinema Showcase

5 PM So You Wanna Be A Star

6 PM Next Set

6:30 This Old House

7 PM Vic Braden's Tennis For The

Future

7:30 Street Singer

8 PM Movie: "The Iceman Cometh"

sign off 10:30 PM

WTVM Ch. 9 Columbus, GA (ABC)

6:30 Kids Are People Too

7:30 Mr. Play-Like And Friends

8 AM Super Friends

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 And Baby Plas

12 N ABC Weekend Special

12:30 American Bandstand


1:30 Fishing With Roland Martin

2 PM Life In The Quick Lane

2:30 American Sportsman

3:30 Pro Bowlers Tour

5 PM Wide World Of Sports

6:30 Head To Head (game-show guru

Steve Beverly hosts this high-school

quiz bowl)

7 PM Hee Haw

8 PM Eight Is Enough

9 PM Love Boat

10 PM Fantasy Island

11 PM News

11:15 ABC News

11:30 Movie: "Track Of The Moon Beast"

WALB Ch. 10 Albany, GA (NBC/ABC)

7 AM Georgia Farm Monitor

7:30 Flintstones

8 AM Flintstones (NBC)

9 AM Godzilla

9:30 Batman And The Super 7

10:30 Daffy Duck

11 AM Jetsons
11:30 Hong Kong Phooey

12 N Jonny Quest

12:30 Flintstones

1 PM Baseball Warm-Up

1:15 Baseball: Oakland at Toronto

4 PM Baseball: Cincinnati at Los

Angeles Dodgers (time approximate)

7 PM Hee Haw (time approximate)

8 PM Barbara Mandrell

9 PM BJ And The Bear

10 PM NBC Reports: "Just Plain Folks--

The Billionaire Hunts"

11 PM News

11:30 Solid Gold

WFSU Ch. 11 Tallahassee (PBS)

7:30 Captioned ABC News

8 AM Sesame Street

9 AM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

9:30 Slim Cuisine

10 AM Cookin' Cajun

10:30 This Old House

11 AM Romagnoli's Table

11:30 Julia Child And Company


12 N Here's To Your Health

12:30 Victory Garden

1 PM Big Blue Marble

1:30 Sonrisas

2 PM Science South: Focus Energy

3 PM Movie: "Pumping Iron"

4:30 Cinema Showcase

5 PM Soccer Made In Germany

6 PM This Old House

6:30 Cooking Mexican

7 PM Vibrations

7:30 South By Northwest

8 PM Classic Country

9 PM Search For Alexander The

Great

10 PM Mystery!

11:30 The Two Ronnies

12 M Benny Hill

WXIA Ch. 11 Atlanta (NBC)

6 AM College Today

6:30 Adventures In Living

7 AM Ebony Journal

7:30 Rainbow Magic


8 AM Flintstones

9 AM Godzilla

9:30 Batman & The Super 7

10:30 Daffy Duck

11 AM Jetsons

11:30 Hong Kong Phooey

12 N Star Trek

1 PM Baseball Warm-Up

1:15 Baseball: Oakland at

Toronto

4 PM Baseball: Cincinnati at

Los Angeles Dodgers

(time approximate)

7 PM Let's Go To The Races

(time approximate)

7:30 Ask The Mayor (Maynard

Jackson)

8 PM Barbara Mandrell

9 PM BJ And The Bear

10 PM NBC Reports

11 PM News

11:30 Saturday Night Live

1 AM America's Top 10

1:30 Star Trek

2:30 Outer Limits


3:30 Voyage To The Bottom Of

The Sea

4:30 Space: 1999

WTLV Ch. 12 Jacksonville (ABC)

6:55 Living Words

7 AM Kidsworld

7:30 ABC Weekend Special

8 AM Super Friends

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 And Baby Plas

12 N Wrestling

1 PM Movie: "Angel And The Badman"

3 PM The Rookies

3:30 Pro Bowlers Tour

5 PM Wide World Of Sports

6:30 News

7 PM Hee Haw

8 PM Eight Is Enough
9 PM Love Boat

10 PM Fantasy Island

11 PM News

11:15 ABC News

11:30 Movie: "The Sunshine Patriot"

1:30 Movie: "Berlin Affair"

WMAZ Ch. 13 Macon, GA (CBS)

7 AM Georgia Farm Monitor

7:30 Scrunch

8 AM Tom And Jerry

8:30 Bugs Bunny/Road Runner

10 AM Tarzan/Lone Ranger

11 AM Popeye

12 N Fat Albert

12:30 Drak Pack

1 PM Jason Of Star Command

1:30 30 Minutes

2 PM Ebony Speaks

2:30 Southern Sportsman

3 PM Imprint

3:30 Unusual Sport Challenges

(among them: camel and

ostrich races)
4 PM Golf: Kemper Open (Third

round)

5 PM CBS Sports Saturday

6 PM Backstage At The Grand Ole

Opry

6:30 CBS News

7 PM Lawrence Welk

8 PM Enos

9 PM CBS Movie: "Sex And The Single

Parent"

11 PM News

11:30 Solid Gold

12:30 Movie: "Vice Squad"

WMBB Ch. 13 Panama City, FL (NBC)

Listed Eastern Time; Panama City is

in the Central Time Zone.

7:30 Inquiry

8 AM Flintstones

9 AM Godzilla

9:30 Batman & The Super 7

10:30 Daffy Duck

11 AM Jetsons

11:30 Hong Kong Phooey


12 N Jonny Quest

12:30 Flintstones

1 PM Baseball Warm-Up

1:15 Baseball: Oakland at Toronto

4 PM Baseball: Cincinnati at Los Angeles

Dodgers (time approximate)

7 PM Hee Haw (time approximate)

8 PM Barbara Mandrell

9 PM BJ And The Bear

10 PM NBC Reports

11 PM News

11:30 Saturday Night Live

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Re: Retro: South Georgia Chs. 8-13 Saturday, May 30, 1981

The Jacksonville station is airing wrestling which is most likely Eddie Graham's Florida Wrestling.
At this time Dusty Rhodes was the top dog in Florida. "If you w eel he was the bull of the
woods!" JJ Dillon was probably there with "King" Jim Garvin and also a young Barry Windham.
Come to think of it Hulk Hogan may have actually been there at this time. He was in a short feud
with Mighty Igor which flopped and Hogan went up to Minnesota to work for Verne Gagne.

Retro: Northern Alabama Monday, June 4, 1973

From TV Guide, Northern Alabama Edition:


WCBI Ch. 4 Columbus, MS (CBS/ABC)

6:45 Weather

7 AM CBS News (John Hart)

8 AM Captain Kangaroo

9 AM Joker's Wild

9:30 $10,000 Pyramid

10 AM Gambit

10:30 Love Of Life

10:55 CBS News (Douglas Edwards)

11 AM Young And The Restless

11:30 Search For Tomorrow

12 N News

12:25 Chiropractics

12:30 As The World Turns

1 PM Guiding Light

1:30 Edge Of Night

2 PM Price Is Right

2:30 Hollywood's Talking

3 PM Secret Storm

3:30 Love, American Style (ABC, 3 PM)

4 PM Bewitched (ABC, 10:30 AM)

4:30 Flintstones

5 PM Christ For The Crisis

5:30 CBS News


6 PM News

6:30 T.H.E. Cat

7 PM Gunsmoke

8 PM Here's Lucy (guest Totie Fields)

8:30 Billy Graham Special

9 PM Medical Center

10 PM News

10:30 CBS Movie: "Night Must Fall"

WSM (WSMV) Ch. 4 Nashville (NBC)

5:45 Weather

5:50 Devotional

5:55 Job Market

6 AM Morning Show (Ralph Emery)

7 AM Today

9 AM Dinah's Place

9:30 Baffle

10 AM Sale Of The Century

10:30 Hollywood Squares

11 AM Jeopardy!

11:30 Who, What Or Where

11:55 NBC News (Edwin Newman)

12 N News

1 PM Days Of Our Lives


1:30 The Doctors

2 PM Another World

2:30 Return To Peyton Place

3 PM Munsters

3:30 Movie: "Zero Hour"

4:55 Dragnet

5:25 Weather

5:30 NBC News

6 PM News

6:30 Price Is Right (listed as The New

Price Is Right)

7 PM Baseball Pre-Game Show

7:15 Baseball: Royals at Red Sox

10 PM News (time approximate)

10:30 Tonight Show (Tony Curtis subs

for Johnny)

WLAC (WTVF) Ch. 5 Nashville (CBS)

5:15 Country Journal

5:30 Carl Tipton

6 AM CBS News

6:30 Garner Ted Armstrong

7 AM Mornings With Siegel (Stanley Siegel,

who didn't make much of an impression


in Music City and went on to WCBS)

7:55 Kitchen Corner

8 AM Captain Kangaroo

9 AM Joker's Wild

9:30 $10,000 Pyramid

10 AM Gambit

10:30 Love Of Life

10:55 CBS News

11 AM Young And The Restless

11:30 Search For Tomorrow

12 N Singing Convention

12:25 News

12:30 As The World Turns

1 PM Guiding Light

1:30 Edge Of Night

2 PM Price Is Right

2:30 Hollywood's Talking

3 PM Secret Storm

3:30 Jeff's Collie

4 PM Movie: "Mars Needs Women"

5:25 Weather

5:30 CBS News

6 PM News

6:30 To Tell The Truth

7 PM Gunsmoke
8 PM Here's Lucy

8:30 Billy Graham Special

9 PM Medical Center

10 PM News

10:30 Sonny And Cher Comedy Hour

11:30 Movie: "Night Must Fall"

WBRC Ch. 6 Birmingham (ABC)

4:25 Social Security In America

4:40 Christophers

5:10 Morning Devotional

5:15 Farm Market Reports

5:30 News

5:35 Country Boy Eddie

7 AM Morning Show

8:30 Merv Griffin

9:30 Dating Game

10 AM All My Children

10:30 Bewitched (Johnny Whitaker is

the guest)

11 AM Password

11:30 Split Second

12 N News

12:30 Let's Make A Deal


1 PM Newlywed Game

1:30 I Dream Of Jeannie

2 PM General Hospital

2:30 One Life To Live

3 PM Love, American Style

3:30 Laramie

4:30 I Love Lucy

5 PM ABC News

5:30 News

6 PM To Tell The Truth

6:30 Hollywood Squares

7 PM Buddy Greco

8 PM ABC Movie: "Maroc 7"

10 PM News

10:30 Dig It

11 PM Human Dimension

11:30 Jack Paar Tonite

WCIQ Ch. 7 Mt. Cheaha State Park (PBS)

(also on WBIQ/10 Birmingham, WHIQ/25

Huntsville, and WFIQ/36 Florence)

2:15 America, Be Fit

2:30 Carrascolendas

3 PM Dixie Digest
3:30 Electric Company

4 PM Sesame Street

5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

5:30 Safety Parade

6 PM Amateur Electronics/Radio

6:30 Dixie Digest

7 PM Black South

7:30 Advances In Health

8 PM Consultation

8:30 Book Beat

9 PM Music

9:30 June Wayne (rather hostile

interviews with artists)

10 PM Speaking Freely

WSIX Ch. 8 (WKRN Ch. 2) Nashville (ABC)

6:25 F Troop

6:55 News

7:05 Bozo

8 AM New Zoo Revue

8:30 Green Acres

9 AM Movie: "The Daughter Of Rosie

O'Grady"

11 AM Password
11:30 Split Second

12 N All My Children

12:30 Let's Make A Deal

1 PM Newlywed Game

1:30 Dating Game

2 PM General Hospital

2:30 One Life To Live

3 PM Andy Griffith

3:30 Merv Griffin

5 PM ABC News

5:30 News

6 PM Truth Or Consequences

6:30 This Is Your Life

7 PM The Rookies

8 PM ABC Movie: "Maroc 7"

10 PM News

10:30 Jack Paar Tonite

WTWV (WTVA) Ch. 9 Tupelo, MS (NBC)

7 AM Today

9 AM Dinah's Place

9:30 Baffle

10 AM Sale Of The Century

10:30 Hollywood Squares


11 AM Jeopardy!

11:30 Who, What Or Where

11:55 NBC News

12 N News

12:30 Three On A Match

1 PM Days Of Our Lives

1:30 The Doctors

2 PM Another World

2:30 Return To Peyton Place

3 PM Somerset

3:30 Movie: "Black Bart"

5 PM Green Acres

5:30 NBC News

6 PM News

6:30 To Tell The Truth

7 PM Baseball Pre-Game Show

7:15 Baseball: Royals at Red Sox

10 PM News (time approximate)

10:30 Tonight Show

WAPI (WVTM) Ch. 13 Birmingham (NBC)

5:15 Awake!

5:45 Top Of The Morning

7 AM Today
9 AM Dinah's Place

9:30 Baffle

10 AM Sale Of The Century

10:30 Hollywood Squares

11 AM Jeopardy!

11:30 Who, What Or Where

11:55 NBC News

12 N News

12:15 Mid-Day

12:30 Three On A Match

1 PM Days Of Our Lives

1:30 The Doctors

2 PM Another World

2:30 Return To Peyton Place

3 PM Somerset

3:30 Green Acres

4 PM Gomer Pyle, USMC

4:30 Andy Griffith

5 PM News

5:30 NBC News

6 PM News

6:30 Let's Make A Deal

7 PM Baseball Pre-Game Show

7:15 Baseball: Royals at Red Sox

10 PM Mancini Generation (time


approximate)

10:30 Wacky World Of Jonathan

Winters

11 PM News

11:30 Tonight Show

WOWL (not sure of the present call letters)

Ch. 15 Florence, AL (NBC)

7 AM Today

9 AM Dinah's Place

9:30 Baffle

10 AM Sale Of The Century

10:30 Hollywood Squares

11 AM Jeopardy!

11:30 Who, What Or Where

11:55 NBC News

12 N News

12:15 Bible Televisit

12:30 As The World Turns

1 PM Days Of Our Lives

1:30 The Doctors

2 PM Another World

2:30 Return To Peyton Place

3 PM Somerset
3:30 Three On A Match

4 PM Children's Hour

5 PM News

6 PM NBC News

6:30 This Is Your Life

7 PM Baseball Pre-Game Show

7:15 Baseball: Royals at Red Sox

10 PM News (time approximate)

10:30 Tonight Show

WHNT Ch. 19 Huntsville (CBS)

5:25 Summer Semester

5:55 Minister's Study

6 AM CBS News

7 AM Morning Folks

8 AM Captain Kangaroo

9 AM Joker's Wild

9:30 $10,000 Pyramid

10 AM Gambit

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 PM Guiding Light

1:30 Edge Of Night

2 PM Price Is Right

2:30 Hollywood's Talking

3 PM Secret Storm

3:30 Cartoons

4 PM Movie: "The Iron Curtain"

5:30 CBS News

6 PM News

6:30 Truth Or Consequences

7 PM Gunsmoke

8 PM Here's Lucy

8:30 Billy Graham Special

9 PM Medical Center

10 PM News

10:30 CBS Movie: "Night Must Fall"

12:30 News

WAAY Ch. 31 Huntsville (NBC)

5:45 Devotional

6 AM Cartoons

7 AM Today

9 AM Coffee Break
9:30 Baffle

10 AM Sale Of The Century

10:30 Hollywood Squares

11 AM Jeopardy!

11:30 Who, What Or Where

11:55 NBC News

12 N Dinah's Place

12:30 Three On A Match

1 PM Days Of Our Lives

1:30 The Doctors

2 PM Another World

2:30 Return To Peyton Place

3 PM Somerset

3:30 Flintstones

4 PM Gomer Pyle, USMC

4:30 Beverly Hillbillies

5 PM Andy Griffith

5:30 NBC News

6 PM News

6:30 Let's Make A Deal

7 PM Baseball Pre-Game Show

7:15 Baseball: Royals at Red Sox

10 PM News (time approximate)

10:30 Tonight Show

12 M News
12:05 Movie: "Four Guns To The

Border" (to 1:35)

WCFT Ch. 33 Tuscaloosa (CBS)

6:30 Cartoons

7 AM CBS News

8 AM Captain Kangaroo

9 AM Joker's Wild

9:30 $10,000 Pyramid

10 AM Gambit

10:30 Love Of Life

10:55 CBS News

11 AM Young And The Restless

11:30 Search For Tomorrow

12 N Galloping Gourmet

12:30 As The World Turns

1 PM Guiding Light

1:30 Edge Of Night

2 PM Price Is Right

2:30 Hollywood's Talking

3 PM Secret Storm

3:30 Movie: "Customs Agent"

5 PM Little Black Book

5:30 CBS News


6 PM News

6:30 Hollywood Squares

7 PM Gunsmoke

8 PM Here's Lucy

8:30 Billy Graham Special

9 PM Medical Center

10 PM News

10:30 CBS Movie: "Night Must Fall"

WHMA (WJSU) Ch. 40 Anniston, AL (CBS)

6:55 Ted Allen

7 AM CBS News

7:30 Paul Harvey

7:35 Rise And Shine

8 AM Captain Kangaroo

9 AM Joker's Wild

9:30 $10,000 Pyramid

10 AM Gambit

10:30 Love Of Life

10:55 CBS News

11 AM Young And The Restless

11:30 Search For Tomorrow

12 N News

12:05 By The Way


12:30 As The World Turns

1 PM Guiding Light

1:30 Edge Of Night

2 PM Price Is Right

2:30 Hollywood's Talking

3 PM Secret Storm

3:30 Joanne Carson's VIPs

4 PM Father Knows Best

4:30 Real McCoys

5 PM News

5:30 CBS News

6 PM Huntin' And Fishin'

6:30 Get Smart

7 PM Gunsmoke

8 PM Here's Lucy

8:30 Doris Day

9 PM Medical Center

10 PM News

10:30 CBS Movie: "Night Must Fall"

WBMG (WIAT) Ch. 42 Birmingham (CBS)

6:45 Focus

7 AM CBS News

8 AM Captain Kangaroo
9 AM Joker's Wild

9:30 $10,000 Pyramid

10 AM Gambit

10:30 Love Of Life

10:55 CBS News

11 AM Young And The Restless

11:30 Search For Tomorrow

12 N Divorce Court

12:30 As The World Turns

1 PM Guiding Light

1:30 Edge Of Night

2 PM Price Is Right

2:30 Hollywood's Talking

3 PM Secret Storm

3:30 Mayberry R.F.D.

4 PM Sergeant Jack

4:30 Munsters

5 PM Dragnet

5:30 CBS News

6 PM Truth Or Consequences

6:30 What's My Line?

7 PM Gunsmoke

8 PM Here's Lucy

8:30 Doris Day

9 PM Medical Center
10 PM News

10:30 CBS Movie: "Night Must Fall"

WMSL (WAFF) Ch. 48 Huntsville (ABC)

6:30 Farm News

6:45 Agriculture Film

7 AM News

7:05 Sonny Sims

8 AM Romper Room

8:30 This Morning

9 AM Jack LaLanne

9:30 Not For Women Only

10 AM Galloping Gourmet

10:30 Bewitched

11 AM Password

11:30 Split Second

12 N All My Children

12:30 Let's Make A Deal

1 PM Newlywed Game

1:30 Dating Game

2 PM General Hospital

2:30 One Life To Live

3 PM Love, American Style

3:30 New Zoo Revue


4 PM Happy Hour (cartoons)

4:30 Green Acres

5 PM News

5:30 ABC News

6 PM Tarzan

7 PM The Rookies

8 PM ABC Movie: "Maroc 7"

10 PM News

10:30 Jack Paar Tonite

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Re: Retro: Northern Alabama Monday, June 4, 1973

Quote Originally Posted by bpatrick

From TV Guide, Northern Alabama Edition:

WSM (WSMV) Ch. 4 Nashville (NBC)

6:30 Price Is Right (listed as The New

Price Is Right)
Might've still been "The New Price Is Right" -- owing to the technicalities of syndication at the
time ("bicycling"), plus repeats of earlier episodes, the nighttime TPIR (hosted by Dennis James)
very likely remained "New", after the daytime version dropped the "New".

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Re: Retro: Northern Alabama Monday, June 4, 1973

Quote Originally Posted by bpatrick

WOWL (not sure of the present call letters)

Ch. 15 Florence, AL (NBC)

WOWL is now WHDF (standing for Huntsville/Decatur/Florence). It took those calls in 1998 when
it became the UPN affiliate for Huntsville and the Tennessee Valley.

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Re: Retro: Northern Alabama Monday, June 4, 1973

A few comments from someone who was watching these stations at the time...

WLAC (WTVF) Ch. 5 Nashville (CBS)

7 AM Mornings With Siegel (Stanley Siegel,

who didn't make much of an impression

in Music City and went on to WCBS)

As I remember, Siegel made quite an impact ... maybe not a positive one in the minds of many
Nashvillians at the time, who thought he was a brash Yankee, but an impression nevetheless.

4 PM Movie: "Mars Needs Women"

Their afternoon movie was still called "The Big Show" at the time.

WMSL (WAFF) Ch. 48 Huntsville (ABC)

5 PM News

10 PM News

Their "news department" at the time consisted of one man, Newman Milwee, who did news,
weather and sports. Any out-of-studio coverage consisted only of black and white still photos.

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Re: Retro: Northern Alabama Monday, June 4, 1973

Quote Originally Posted by DM601

A few comments from someone who was watching these stations at the time...

WLAC (WTVF) Ch. 5 Nashville (CBS)

7 AM Mornings With Siegel (Stanley Siegel,

who didn't make much of an impression

in Music City and went on to WCBS)

As I remember, Siegel made quite an impact ... maybe not a positive one in the minds of many
Nashvillians at the time, who thought he was a brash Yankee, but an impression nevetheless.

...and I thought Siegel went to WABC-TV, not WCBS-TV. I know he got the WABC gig in part
because the general manager Siegel worked for at WLUK/11 Green Bay, Bill Fyffe, had been
brought in to WABC by the corporate brass after turning the lowly Green Bay affiliate around in
the news department. Dunno if Fyffe called Siegel or Siegel called Fyffe, however...

King Daevid MacKenzie

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Re: Retro: Northern Alabama Monday, June 4, 1973

I thought that at one time Stanley Siegel

had a show on WCBS at 9 AM, although he

may have been at WABC first. I do know

that Nashville viewers didn't particularly

take to him; as someone else said (in

effect), he may have been a little too

"Yankee" for their tastes.

Retro: Central Florida Sunday, September 8, 1968

From TV Guide, Central Florida Edition:

WESH Ch. 2 Daytona Beach/Orlando (NBC)

8 AM Christophers

8:30 Ronald Reads The Funnies

9 AM Gospel Singing Jubilee

10 AM With This Ring

10:15 Eternal Word

10:30 Movie: "Love Is Better Than Ever"

12 N Home Finder

1 PM Meet The Press

1:30 Topic

2 PM AFL Football: Patriots at Bills


5 PM World Series Of Golf (final round,

time approximate)

6:30 News (time approximate)

7 PM Frank McGee Report

7:30 Walt Disney's Wonderful World

Of Color

8:30 Mothers-In-Law

9 PM Bonanza

10 PM High Chaparral (last show before

moving to Friday 7:30)

11 PM News

11:30 Naked City

WEDU Ch. 3 Tampa (NET)

3:30 French Chef

4 PM Segovia Master Class

4:30 Japanese Time (with T. Mikami, who

used to do Japanese brush painting

on NET)

5 PM Folk Guitar

5:30 Joyce Chen Cooks

6 PM Pathfinders

6:30 Firing Line

7:30 News In Perspective


8:30 NET Playhouse: "Victoria Regina: Spring"

9:30 Warsaw Philharmonic

10:30 Power Of The Dollar

sign off 11 PM

WDBO (WKMG) Ch. 6 Orlando (CBS)

7:55 News

8 AM Light Time

8:15 Living Word

8:30 Christophers

8:45 Social Security In Action

9 AM Faith For Today

9:30 This Is The Life

10 AM Lamp Unto My Feet

10:30 Look Up And Live

11 AM Camera Three

11:30 Breakthru

12 N Big Picture

12:30 Face The Nation

1 PM Washington Report

1:15 See Florida First

1:30 Film Feature: "The Image

Changers"

2 PM Underway For Peace (Navy film)


2:30 Parade Of Champions (putt putt golf)

3 PM U.S. Open Tennis (Men's and women's

singles finals--the favorite in the women's

is "Billie Jean King, a U.S. pro.")

5 PM Tennessee Tuxedo (time approximate)

5:30 Amateur Hour

6 PM 21st Century

6:30 Digest

7 PM Lassie

7:30 Ed Sullivan (90-minute tribute to Irving

Berlin on his 80th birthday--a rerun)

9 PM TBA

10 PM Mission: Impossible

11 PM CBS News (Harry Reasoner)

11:15 Hawaiian Eye

WFLA Ch. 8 Tampa (NBC)

7 AM Bible Story

7:30 Gospel Time

8 AM World Religion

8:30 Ronald Reads The Funnies

9 AM Perspective

9:30 My Favorite Story

10 AM Movie: "Tokyo File 212"


11:30 Rex Humbard

12:30 Poverty In Rural America

1 PM Meet The Press

1:30 News Conference

2 PM AFL Football: Patriots at Bills

5 PM World Series Of Golf (final round,

time approximate)

6:30 Burke's Law (time approximate)

7:30 Walt Disney's Wonderful World

Of Color

8:30 Mothers-In-Law

9 PM Bonanza

10 PM High Chaparral

11 PM News

11:30 Movie: "Sleep, My Love"

WFTV Ch. 9 Orlando (ABC)

7:25 News

7:30 Agriculture America

8 AM Skylite Cavalcade

9 AM Davey And Goliath

9:15 Living Word

9:30 Word Of Life

10 AM Insight
10:30 School Story

11 AM Church Service (from First

Baptist Church of Orlando,

IIRC)

12 N Florida Agri-World

1 PM Issues And Answers (one-hour

interview with Hubert Humphrey,

Vice President and Democratic

Presidential nominee)

2 PM Movie: "No Down Payment"

4 PM ABC News Special: "Rehearsal

For D-Day"

5 PM Newlywed Game (delay from Saturday

8 PM)

5:30 Viewpoint 9

6 PM Discussion '68

6:30 Thunderbirds

7 PM Voyage To The Bottom Of The Sea

8 PM Around The World Of Mike Todd

9 PM ABC Movie: "Under The Yum Yum

Tree"

11:15 ABC News (Keith McBee)

11:30 News

11:45 Movie: "Mardi Gras"


WLCY (WTSP) Ch. 10 St. Petersburg (ABC)

7:10 News

7:15 Film Short: "Design For Winning"

7:30 Sacred Heart

7:45 Focus On Religion

8 AM Allen Revival Hour

8:30 Gospel Hour

9 AM World Today

9:30 Milton The Monster

10 AM Linus The Lionhearted

10:30 Bugs Bunny

11 AM Bullwinkle

11:30 Discovery '68

12 N Meet The Realtors

12:15 Social Security Roundtable

12:30 Growing Things

12:45 Film Short

1 PM Issues And Answers

2 PM Championship Wrestling

From Florida

3 PM Journey Through Africa

3:45 Film Short

4 PM ABC News Special: "Rehearsal

For D-Day"
5 PM Outlaws

6 PM Defenders

7 PM Voyage To The Bottom Of The Sea

8 PM Around The World Of Mike Todd

9 PM ABC Movie: "Under The Yum Yum

Tree"

11:15 ABC News

11:30 Joey Bishop (delay from Friday)

WINK Ch. 11 Ft. Myers (CBS)

7:30 Christophers

8 AM The Answer

8:30 Faith For Today

9 AM Tom And Jerry

9:30 Underdog

10 AM Lamp Unto My Feet

10:30 Insight

11 AM Church Service

12 N Herald Of Truth

12:30 Face The Nation

1 PM TBA

3 PM U.S. Open Tennis

5 PM Tennessee Tuxedo (time

approximate)
5:30 Amateur Hour

6 PM 21st Century

6:30 Gidget

7 PM Lassie

7:30 Ed Sullivan

9 PM TBA

10 PM Mission: Impossible

11 PM CBS News

11:15 Movie: "Cornered"

WTVT Ch. 13 Tampa (CBS)

7:35 Weather

7:45 Gospel Singing Jubilee

8:45 Rebels Quartet

9 AM Tom And Jerry

9:30 Underdog

10 AM News

10:05 Church Service

10:30 Look Up And Live

11 AM Camera Three

11:30 Faith For Today

12 N Amateur Hour

12:30 Face The Nation

1 PM Insight (local discussion program)


1:30 College Kaleidoscope

2 PM 77 Sunset Strip

3 PM U.S. Open Tennis

5 PM Tennessee Tuxedo (time approximate)

5:30 21st Century

6 PM News

6:30 Truth Or Consequences

7 PM Lassie

7:30 Ed Sullivan

9 PM TBA

10 PM Mission: Impossible

11 PM News

11:30 Movie: "Five Graves To Cairo"

WSUN Ch. 38 St. Petersburg (Ind.)

2:30 Victory At Sea

3 PM Men Into Space

3:30 Battle Line

4 PM Big Attack

4:30 Championship Wrestling

5:30 Cross Current

6 PM Movie: "Overland Stage Coach"

7 PM TBA

7:30 The Unexpected


8 PM Pelicula: "LaReina De La Opereta"

sign off 9:30 PM (this station was already

on its last legs)

WSUN Ch. 38 St. Petersburg (Ind.)

sign off 9:30 PM (this station was already

on its last legs)

They would hang on about a year and a half more, going off the air for good in February 1970.
Couldn't cope with having lost their ABC affiliation to WLCY-10. The channel would remain
vacant until WTTA signed on in the early 90's.

And the arrival of WTOG three months later in December 1968 didn't help matters, either.

From TV Guide, Central Florida Edition:

WLCY (WTSP) Ch. 10 St. Petersburg (ABC)

2 PM Championship Wrestling

From Florida

WSUN Ch. 38 St. Petersburg (Ind.)

4:30 Championship Wrestling

...the same show, by any chance?...

Good chance. In the '70s WTOG used to run the show

Saturdays at 7, and WLCY (WTSP) ran it Sundays at 1.


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01-29-2008, 10:34 PM #6

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Re: Retro: Central Florida Sunday, September 8, 1968

Championship Wrestling from Florida indeed! This was fairly early in Eddie Graham's promoting
career. I think Cowboy Luttral was no longer active by this point. The Briscos were not in yet. Jack
was in TX or OK just starting out. Jerry came along a year or two later. Dory Funk Jr was NWA
World champion so he was definitely making Florida shots. Otherwise I do not know who the
mainstays were in 1968. Perhaps Paul Jones and Joe Scarpa to name a few. Of course Scarpa
went on to become Chief Jay Strongbow.

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Re: Retro: Central Florida Sunday, September 8, 1968

I remember watching Championship Wrestling

From Florida on Channel 28 in Raleigh/Durham

around 1969, and that was indeed the title

they used. Channel 36 in Charlotte had it

as well in that era.


Retro: San Antonio Tuesday, July 25, 1978

From TV Guide, South Texas Edition:

KMOL (WOAI) Ch. 4 (NBC)

6:30 Villa Alegre

7 AM Today

9 AM Card Sharks

9:30 Hollywood Squares

10 AM High Rollers

10:30 Dinah!

11:30 News

12 N America Alive! (hosted by the late

Jack Linkletter)

12:30 Days Of Our Lives

1:30 The Doctors

2 PM Another World

3 PM Gunsmoke

4 PM Mighty Mouse And Friends

4:30 Gilligan's Island

5 PM My Three Sons

5:30 NBC News

6 PM News

6:30 In Search Of...


7 PM Man From Atlantis

8 PM NBC Movie: "Darker Than Amber"

10 PM News

10:30 Tonight Show

12 M Tomorrow

KENS Ch. 5 (CBS)

6:15 Cartoons

6:30 Agriculture Today

6:45 Good Day!

7 AM CBS News (Lesley Stahl/

Richard Threlkeld)

8 AM Captain Kangaroo

9 AM Odd Couple

9:30 Price Is Right

10:30 Love Of Life

10:55 CBS News (Douglas Edwards)

11 AM Young And The Restless

11:30 Search For Tomorrow

12 N News

12:30 As The World Turns

1:30 Guiding Light

2:30 All In The Family

3 PM Match Game '78


3:30 Lost In Space

4:30 Hogan's Heroes

5 PM News

5:30 CBS News

6 PM News

6:30 Name That Tune

7 PM CBS Movie: "Tom Sawyer"

(conclusion of the 1973 version

with Johnny Whitaker)

8 PM Movie: "The Hospital"

10 PM News

10:30 Hec Ramsey

12:15 Kojak

1:25 PTL Club

KLRN Ch. 9 (PBS)

6:30 Lilias, Yoga And You

7 AM Carrascolendas

7:30 Villa Alegre

8 AM Sesame Street

9 AM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

9:30 Electric Company

10 AM Over Easy

10:30 Antiques
11 AM On Nature's Trail

11:30 Garden Show

12 N Evening At Pops

1 PM Gaule

2 PM Lilias, Yoga And You

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 Lowell Thomas Remembers

6:30 MacNeil/Lehrer Report

7 PM National Geographic: "Voyage

Of The Hokule'a"

8:30 Of Race And Blood (paintings from

Nazi Germany)

10 PM Dick Cavett

10:30 Captioned ABC News

11 PM Glory Of Their Times

KSAT Ch. 12 (ABC)

6:25 San Antonio Illustrated

6:55 Henry B. Gonzalez Reports


7 AM Good Morning America

9 AM Mike Douglas

10 AM Happy Days

10:30 Family Feud

11 AM All My Children

12 N News

12:30 Ryan's Hope

1 PM One Life To Live

2 PM General Hospital

3 PM Edge Of Night

3:30 Bugs 'N' Pals

4 PM Family Affair

4:30 Newlywed Game

5 PM Mary Tyler Moore

5:30 ABC News

6 PM News

6:30 Sha Na Na

7 PM Happy Days

7:30 Laverne & Shirley

8 PM Three's Company

8:30 Carter Country

9 PM 20/20

10 PM News

10:30 Adam-12

11 PM Emergency One!
12 M The FBI

KWEX Ch. 41 (Ind.)

12 N Villa Alegre

12:30 Cepillin

1 PM En San Antonio

2 PM Acompansme

3 PM Carolina (novela)

4 PM Marcha Nupcial

4:30 Rina

5 PM La Venganza

5:30 Noticias

6:30 Enrique el Polivoz

7 PM Humillados y Ofendidos

7:30 Bartolo

8 PM Espactacular

8:30 Pasiones Encendidas

9 PM Ven Conmigo

10 PM Variedades de Medianoche

11 PM 24 Horas

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Re: Retro: San Antonio Tuesday, July 25, 1978

Any San Antonio listings from the 80s?

Classic Television must always be preserved!

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Re: Retro: San Antonio Tuesday, July 25, 1978

Not at the moment. But to the poster who

asked about Corpus Christi, I can post some

listings, but not now; I have to go to work.

ABC Schedule Friday, December 3, 1982 (YouTube video included)

7:00 Good Morning America

9:00 Local Programming


11:00 The Love Boat

12:00 Family Feud

12:30 Ryan's Hope

1:00 All My Children

2:00 One Life to Live

3:00 General Hospital

4:00 The Edge of Night

4:30 Local Programming

World News Tonight airs at 6:30 or 7:00

8:00 Benson "Benson's New Home"

8:30 The New Odd Couple "The New Car"

9:00 Friday Night Movie

11:00 Local

11:30 Nightline

12:00 The Last Word

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LhXnq2HQXZs

Sources:

The Encyclopedia of Daytime Television by Wesley Hyatt

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

by Tim Brooks and Earle Marsh


TV.com http://www.tv.com

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Re: ABC Schedule Friday, December 3, 1982 (YouTube video included)

I see that the clip is tagged with WKBT-TV of La Crosse, WI. They were an ABC affiliate at that
time? I know they're a CBS affiliate today.

Retro: Dallas/Ft. Worth Sunday, July 8, 1984

From TV Guide, Dallas/Ft. Worth Edition:

KDFW Ch. 4 (CBS)

5:30 News

6 AM Words Of Life

6:15 Jesus Today

6:30 Church Service

6:45 Church Service (unnamed Baptist

church)
7 AM Bible Says

7:15 Church Service (unnamed Episcopal

church)

7:30 Point Of View

8 AM CBS News Sunday Morning

9:30 Church Service (unnamed Methodist

church)

10:30 Face The Nation

11 AM Crossroads Of The '80s

11:30 Wildlife Adventure

12 N Rhoda

12:30 Fish

1 PM Golf: Western Open (Final round)

3 PM CBS Sports Sunday

5 PM 4-Country Reporter

5:30 News

6 PM 60 Minutes

7 PM Salute To Lady Liberty

9 PM Trapper John, M.D.

10 PM News

10:15 CBS News (Charles Osgood)

10:30 Insights (public affairs, not the religious program)

11 PM Movie: "Play It Again, Sam"

12:45 News
KXAS Ch. 5 (NBC)

5:30 Comeback

6 AM Access 5

6:30 Focus On

7 AM Faith Focus

7:30 Children's Hour

8 AM Wimbledon Tennis: Men's Singles

Final

2 PM This Week In Baseball (time approximate)

2:30 Greatest Sports Legends

3 PM Tribute To Chet Atkins

5 PM News

5:30 NBC News (John Palmer)

6 PM Summer Sunday, U.S.A.

7 PM Knight Rider

8 PM NBC Movie: "The Executioner's

Song" (Part 1)

10 PM News

10:35 Perry Mason

11:35 Lifestyles Of The Rich And Famous

12:35 Taking Advantage

WFAA Ch. 8 (ABC)


5:40 TBA

6 AM Peppermint Place

7 AM Shopping Smart

7:30 Robert Schuller

8:30 Dan Griffin (religion)

9 AM James Robison

9:30 This Week With David Brinkley

10:30 Oral Roberts

11 AM Church Service

12 N World Tomorrow With Herbert

W. Armstrong

12:30 Nuestro Dia

1 PM There's No Game Like The All-

Star Game (ABC carried it

Tuesday, July 10)

1:30 USFL Football: Eastern Conference

Championship

5 PM Shopping Smart (time approximate)

5:30 Black Horizons

6 PM Ripley's Believe It Or Not!

7 PM Hardcastle And McCormick

8 PM ABC Movie: "F.I.S.T."

11:10 News

11:50 Entertainment This Week

12:50 Movie: "Days Of Wine And Roses"


2:55 News

KTVT Ch. 11 (Ind.)

5 AM Combat!

6 AM Mary Tyler Moore

6:30 Make Room For Daddy

7 AM Jimmy Swaggart

8 AM Town Meeting

8:30 Day Of Discovery

9 AM Rex Humbard

9:30 Marilyn Hickey

10 AM It Is Written With George

Vandeman

10:30 Truth In Love

11 AM Church Service

12 N Texas Horseman's Report

12:30 Fun Of Fishing

1 PM Wallace Wildlife

1:30 Jimmy Houston Outdoors

2 PM Movie: "Daleks Invade Earth

2150 A.D." (Peter Cushing

as Dr. Who)

4 PM CHiPs

5 PM Hawaii Five-O
6 PM Movie: "Life In The Pink"

(pilot for the "Operation Petticoat"

TV series)

8 PM Barbara Mandrell

9 PM Star Search

10 PM Solid Gold

11 PM Olympiad

12 M Movie: "The Law"

2 AM Combat!

3 AM Rat Patrol

3:30 Public Affairs

4 AM Movie: "Murder Is A One-Act

Play"

KERA Ch. 13 (PBS)

5 AM Smithsonian World

6 AM News Addition

6:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

7 AM Sesame Street

8 AM Checkin' It Out

9 AM Sesame Street

10 AM Electric Company

10:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

11 AM Sesame Street
12 N Great Outdoors

12:30 Do-It-Yourself Show

1 PM Firing Line

2 PM Tony Brown's Journal

2:30 On The Line

3 PM Movie: "Man In A Cocked Hat"

5 PM Search For The Nile

6 PM Jacques Cousteau

7 PM Living Wild

8 PM Best Of Sullivan

9 PM Masterpiece Theatre: "To Serve

Them All My Days" (Part 4)

10 PM Monty Python's Flying Circus

10:30 Dave Allen At Large (2 episodes)

11:30 Dick Emery (another British comedian)

KTXA Ch. 21 (Ind.)

5 AM Villa Alegre

5:30 Texas America

6 AM Getting Over

6:30 World Tomorrow With Herbert

W. Armstrong

7 AM Larry Jones

7:30 Jerry Falwell


8:30 Casper

9 AM Porky And Bugs

9:30 Flintstones

10 AM Jackson 5ive

10:30 Jetsons

11 AM Valley Of The Dinosaurs

11:30 Movie: "Tarzan And The Trappers"

1 PM Movie: "The 4D Man"

2:30 Movie: "Mystery On Monster Island"

4:30 Movie: "Solomon And Sheba"

7 PM Movie: "Wild Rovers"

9 PM Movie: "Man Hunt"

11 PM At The Movies

11:30 Movie: "Tall Man Riding"

1 AM Movie: "Boccaccio '70"

4 AM This Is Your Life (I think this is

the version hosted by Joseph

Campanella)

4:30 Pearls

KTWS Ch. 27 (Ind.)

7 AM James Robison

7:30 Divine Plan

8 AM End Crowd
8:30 W.V. Grant Jr.

9 AM Kenneth Copeland

10 AM Jim Bakker

11 AM Ernest Angley

12 N Subscription TV (VEU)

KNBN Ch. 33 (Ind.)

7:30 Let God Love You

8 AM W.V. Grant Jr.

9 AM Peter Popoff

9:30 Jimmy Swaggart

10:30 Revival Of America

11 AM Pelicula: "El cofre del pirata"

1 PM Baseball: Houston at Montreal

3:30 Nuestro Cine (time approximate)

5 PM Mi Secretaria

5:30 Temas y Debates

6 PM Baila Conmigo

7 PM Too Close For Comfort

7:30 Siempre en Domingo

11 PM Rolando Barral

KXTX Ch. 39 (Ind.)


6:30 Public Affairs

7 AM The Lesson

7:30 Mike Evans (religion)

8 AM Larry Jones

8:30 LaHayes On Family Life

9 AM Mighty Mouse

9:30 Cartoons

10 AM Tom And Jerry

10:30 Pink Panther

11 AM Wrestling

12 N Green Acres

12:30 Mayberry R.F.D.

1 PM Lone Ranger (2 episodes)

2 PM Rifleman (2 episodes)

3 PM Bonanza

4 PM Rawhide

5 PM Alias Smith And Jones

6 PM Hardy Boys/Nancy Drew

Mysteries

7 PM BJ And The Bear

8 PM Movie: "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely

Hearts Club Band"

10 PM Jimmy Swaggart

11 PM Zola Levitt Live

11:30 Olympic Gold


12 M Healthbeat

12:30 Public Affairs

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Re: Retro: Dallas/Ft. Worth Sunday, July 8, 1984

How about Thursday 7/12/84?

KXTX aired wrestling at 11 am which most assuredly was World Class. Right around this time
David Von Erich passed away and they were promoting the Parade Of Champions show at Dallas
Stadium which was a tribute to David. At that show which took place in July of 1984 Kerry Von
Erich beat Ric Flair to become NWA World Heavyweight Champion.

The Texas Stadium show was 5/6/84.

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Re: Retro: Dallas/Ft. Worth Sunday, July 8, 1984

Sorry Freebird. You are correct


When did Channel 33 go general entertainment?

I wanna say '85, maybe '86?

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Re: Retro: Dallas/Ft. Worth Sunday, July 8, 1984

It had to be 1986 at the latest, since it

was one of the original Fox o&os, those

bought from Metromedia, and would have

carried Joan Rivers' late-night show (the

first Fox series).

Retro: Atlanta/Chattanooga/Macon VHFs Saturday, March 10, 1973

From TV Guide, Georgia Edition. UHFs are on a

separate post.

WSB Ch. 2 Atlanta (NBC)

7 AM Talking With A Giant


7:30 Popeye

9 AM Jetsons

9:30 Pink Panther

10 AM Underdog

10:30 The Barkleys

11 AM Sealab 2020

11:30 Runaround

12 N In2ition

12:30 Community Dialogue

1 PM Sports Action Pro-File

1:30 NHL Hockey: Atlanta Flames

at Philadelphia Flyers

4 PM NCAA Basketball Tournament:

First-round game (time approximate)

6 PM News (time approximate)

6:30 NBC News (Garrick Utley)

7 PM Hee Haw

8 PM Emergency!

9 PM NBC Movie: "Topkapi"

11:30 News

12 M Movie: "Taggart"

2 AM News

2:05 Movie: "The Vagabond King"

WRCB Ch. 3 Chattanooga (NBC)


7 AM John Swafford (gospel music)

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 NCAA Basketball: Purdue at

Indiana

2 PM SEC Basketball: Vanderbilt

at Ole Miss (time approximate)

4 PM NCAA Basketball Tournament:

First-round game (time approximate)

6 PM Porter Wagoner (time approximate)

6:30 NBC News

7 PM Hee Haw

8 PM Emergency!

9 PM NBC Movie: "Topkapi"

11:30 UFO

12:30 Movie: "The Screaming Skull"

WAGA Ch. 5 Atlanta (CBS)


6:15 Video College

6:45 Box 5 R.F.D.

7:15 Metro Forestry

7:30 4-H Club

8 AM Bugs Bunny

8:30 Sabrina, The Teenage Witch

(animated)

9 AM Vision On

9:30 New Scooby Doo Movies: "The

Ghost Of Red Baron" (the Three

Stooges in animated form)

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:

"Danger Point!" (1971, from England)

2 PM Flying Nun

2:30 Soul Train

3:30 Juvenile Jury

4 PM CBS Golf Classic

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

10 PM Carol Burnett

11 PM News

11:30 Movie: "Flame Over India"

1:30 Movie: "Phantom Of The Rue

Morgue"

WGTV Ch. 8 Athens/Atlanta (PBS)

7 PM Coach Lawson

7:30 Black Journal

8 PM Men In Crisis

8:30 Science In Action

9 PM Country Hayride

10 PM Movie: "It's In The Bag" (Jack Benny

and Fred Allen carry on their "feud"

in this one from '45)

11:30 Inside Atlanta

12 M Movie: "Knife In The Water"


WTVC Ch. 9 Chattanooga (ABC)

6:30 Science In Action

7 AM Bullwinkle

7:30 Make A Wish

8 AM H.R. Pufnstuf

8:30 Jackson Five

9 AM The Osmonds

9:30 ABC Saturday Superstar Movie:

"The Banana Splits In Hocus

Pocus Park"

10:30 Brady Kids

11 AM Bewitched

11:30 Kid Power

12 N Singing Convention

1 PM Know Your Bible

1:30 TBA

2 PM Bob Brandy (Chattanooga's greatest

kids' show)

3 PM Buck Owens

3:30 Pro Bowlers Tour

5 PM Wide World Of Sports

6:30 Reasoner Report

7 PM Lawrence Welk

8 PM Long Day's Journey Into Night (with


Laurence Olivier)

11 PM Movie: "The Invisible Woman"

12:30 Movie: "Curse Of The Undead" (with a

pre-"Rawhide" Eric Fleming)

2 AM ABC News (Sam Donaldson)

WQXI (WXIA) Ch. 11 Atlanta (ABC)

6:30 Adventures In Living

7 AM Romper Room

7:30 Funky Phantom

8 AM H.R. Pufnstuf

8:30 Jackson Five

9 AM The Osmonds

9:30 ABC Saturday Superstar Movie

10:30 Brady Kids

11 AM Bewitched

11:30 Kid Power

12 N News

12:30 Lidsville

1 PM Soul Unlimited (an occasional ABC

special that pre-empted American

Bandstand, IIRC)

2 PM Outdoors With Julius Boros

2:30 ABC Afterschool Special: "Last Of


The Curlews" (pre-empted from

March 7 because of the station's

3:30 movie, in progress when this

came on the network)

3:30 Movie: "Intent To Kill"

5 PM Wide World Of Sports

6:30 News

7 PM Julie Andrews Hour (delay from previous

Saturday, 9 PM)

8 PM Long Day's Journey Into Night

11 PM News

11:40 ABC News

11:55 Movie: "King Of The Khyber Rifles"

1:30 Movie: "Red Planet Mars"

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 Archie's TV Funnies

12:30 Fat Albert And The Cosby Kids

1 PM CBS Children's Film Festival

2 PM Soul Train

3 PM Roller Derby

4 PM PGA Golf: Doral Eastern Open

(Third round)

6 PM News

6:30 CBS News

7 PM Lassie

7:30 Gentle Ben

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: "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes"

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 CBS Children's Film Festival

2 PM SEC Basketball: Vanderbilt at

Ole Miss

4 PM Movie: "Honeychile" (time approximate)

6 PM Porter Wagoner

6:30 CBS News

7 PM Lawrence Welk

8 PM All In The Family

8:30 Bridget Loves Bernie

9 PM Mary Tyler Moore

9:30 Bob Newhart

10 PM Carol Burnett

11 PM News

11:20 Movie: "Blood And Sand"


Retro: Northern Alabama Saturday, June 2, 1973

From TV Guide, Northern Alabama Edition:

WCBI Ch. 4 Columbus, MS (CBS/ABC)

7 AM Bugs Bunny

7:30 Sabrina, The Teenage Witch

(animated)

8 AM Amazing Chan And The Chan

Clan

8:30 New Scooby Doo Movies: "A

Good Medium Is Rare"

(guest voice: Phyllis Diller)

9:30 Josie And The Pussycats In

Outer Space

10 AM Flintstones Comedy Hour

11 AM Archie's TV Funnies

11:30 Fat Albert And The Cosby Kids

12 N CBS Children's Film Festival:

"Testadirapa" (Italian from 1965)

1 PM Soul Train

2 PM Wrestling

3 PM Bill Anderson

3:30 Great Roads Of America

4 PM Wide World Of Sports


5:30 CBS News (Roger Mudd)

6 PM News

6:30 Room 222

7 PM All In The Family

7:30 Bridget Loves Bernie

8 PM Mary Tyler Moore

8:30 Bob Newhart

9 PM Mission: Impossible

10 PM Kung Fu

11 PM Roller Game Of The Week

WSM(V) Ch. 4 Nashville (NBC)

6:25 Agriculture USA

6:55 Farm Digest

7 AM Houndcats

7:30 Roman Holidays

8 AM Jetsons

8:30 Pink Panther

9 AM Underdog

9:30 The Barkleys

10 AM Sealab 2020

10:30 Runaround

11 AM Around The World In 80

Days
11:30 Talking With A Giant

12 N Vision On

12:30 Victory Lane

1 PM Baseball Pre-Game Show

1:15 Baseball: Angels at Yankees

4 PM Golf: Women's Sealy-Faberge Classic

(Third round, time approximate)

5 PM Porter Wagoner

5:30 That Good Ole Nashville Music

6 PM News

6:30 Animal World

7 PM Emergency!

8 PM NBC Movie: "Play Dirty"

10:30 News

11 PM Movie: "The Uninvited"

12:30 Thriller

1:30 The Avengers

WLAC (WTVF) Ch. 5 Nashville (CBS)

6 AM Summer Semester (2 programs)

7 AM Bugs Bunny

7:30 Sabrina, The Teenage Witch

8 AM Amazing Chan And The Chan Clan

8:30 New Scooby Doo Movies


9:30 Josie And The Pussycats In Outer

Space

10 AM Flintstones Comedy Hour

11 AM Archie's TV Funnies

11:30 Fat Albert And The Cosby Kids

12 N First Saturday Town Council

1 PM Gilligan's Island

1:30 Community Center

2 PM Make Room For Daddy

2:30 Big Valley

3:30 World Of Survival

4 PM Movie: "Francis" (the talking mule, and

the inspiration for Mr. Ed)

5:30 News

6 PM Hee Haw

7 PM All In The Family

7:30 Bridget Loves Bernie

8 PM Mary Tyler Moore

8:30 Bob Newhart

9 PM Mission: Impossible

10 PM News

10:30 Perry Mason

11:30 Movie: "Nutty, Naughty Chateau"

WBRC Ch. 6 Birmingham (ABC)


4:25 Story Of Jesus

4:30 The Bible Answers

5 AM The Story

5:30 Youth Speaks Out

6 AM Headliners

6:30 Make A Wish

7 AM H.R. Pufnstuf

7:30 Jackson Five

8 AM The Osmonds

8:30 ABC Saturday Superstar Movie:

"Oliver Twist And The Artful Dodger"

(conclusion)

9:30 Brady Kids

10 AM Bewitched

10:30 I Love Lucy

11 AM Funky Phantom

11:30 Lidsville

12 N Rockin' The Palace

1 PM Putt Putt Golf

1:30 Here We Go Again

2 PM A Touch Of Grace

2:30 America Sings

3 PM UFO

4 PM Wide World Of Sports


5:30 Reasoner Report

6 PM Owen Marshall, Counselor

At Law

7 PM Lawrence Welk

8 PM The Strauss Family (Part 5)

9 PM Assignment: Vienna

10 PM Perry Mason

11 PM ABC News (Sam Donaldson)

11:15 Black Omnibus

12:15 Better World

12:45 Insight

1:15 Living Word

1:30 Across The Fence

2 AM American Religious Town Hall

WCIQ Ch. 7 Mt. Cheaha State Park/WBIQ Ch. 10

Birmingham/WHIQ Ch. 25 Huntsville/WFIQ Ch. 36

Florence (PBS)

8 AM Sesame Street (5 episodes)

1 PM Electric Company (5 episodes)

3:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood (5 episodes)

6 PM America '73

7 PM Movie: "The Life Of Emile Zola"

9 PM NET Opera Theater: "Abduction From


The Seraglio"

sign off 10:30 PM

WSIX Ch. 8 (WKRN Ch. 2) Nashville (ABC)

6:30 Agriculture In Science

7 AM H.R. Pufnstuf

7:30 Jackson Five

8 AM The Osmonds

8:30 ABC Saturday Superstar Movie

9:30 Brady Kids

10 AM Bewitched

10:30 Kid Power

11 AM Soul Train

12 N Rockin' The Palace

1 PM Baseball: Braves at Cubs

3:30 TBA (time approximate)

4 PM Wide World Of Sports

5:30 Reasoner Report

6 PM Lawrence Welk

7 PM Movie: "Rio Conchos"

9 PM Assignment: Vienna

10 PM ABC News

10:15 Wrestling

11:15 Flipside
11:45 Judd For The Defense

WTWV (WTVA) Ch. 9 Tupelo, MS (NBC)

7 AM Houndcats

7:30 Roman Holidays

8 AM Jetsons

8:30 Pink Panther

9 AM Underdog

9:30 The Barkleys

10 AM Sealab 2020

10:30 Runaround

11 AM Around The World In 80 Days

11:30 Talking With A Giant

12 N Lassie

12:30 Death Valley Days

1 PM Baseball Pre-Game Show

1:15 Baseball: Angels at Yankees

4 PM Wilburn Brothers (time approximate)

4:30 Porter Wagoner

5 PM That Good Ole Nashville Music

5:30 NBC News (Garrick Utley)

6 PM Hee Haw

7 PM Emergency!

8 PM NBC Movie: "Play Dirty"


10:30 Movie: "Reap The Wild Wind"

12:35 Movie: "The Great Man's Lady"

WAPI (WVTM) Ch. 13 Birmingham (NBC)

6 AM Living Word

6:15 Farm Round-Up

6:30 Dixie Digest

7 AM Watch Your Child (2 episodes)

8 AM Jetsons

8:30 Pink Panther

9 AM Underdog

9:30 The Barkleys

10 AM Sealab 2020

10:30 Runaround

11 AM Around The World In 80 Days

11:30 Talking With A Giant

12 N The Fugitive

1 PM Baseball Pre-Game Show

1:15 Baseball: Angels at Yankees

4 PM Wilburn Brothers (time approximate)

4:30 That Good Ole Nashville Music

5 PM Porter Wagoner

5:30 NBC News

6 PM Hee Haw
7 PM Emergency!

8 PM NBC Movie: "Play Dirty"

10:30 Movie: "Shock Treatment"

12:30 Midnight Special (delay from Friday)

WOWL (WHDF) Ch. 15 Florence, AL (NBC)

6:45 Earline In Storyland

7 AM Houndcats

7:30 Roman Holidays

8 AM Jetsons

8:30 Pink Panther

9 AM Underdog

9:30 The Barkleys

10 AM Sealab 2020

10:30 Runaround

11 AM Around The World In 80 Days

11:30 Talking With A Giant

12 N Wrestling

1 PM Baseball Pre-Game Show

1:15 Baseball: Angels at Yankees

4 PM TBA (time approximate)

4:30 Mainstream

5 PM That Good Ole Nashville Music

5:30 NBC News


6 PM Hee Haw

7 PM Emergency!

8 PM NBC Movie: "Play Dirty"

10:30 Sing A Country Song

11 PM Saturday Tonight Show

WHNT Ch. 19 Huntsville (CBS)

6 AM Dixie Digest

6:30 Tennessee Valley Farm Time

7 AM Bugs Bunny

7:30 Sabrina, The Teenage Witch

8 AM Amazing Chan And The Chan Clan

8:30 New Scooby Doo Movies

9:30 Josie And The Pussycats In Outer

Space

10 AM Flintstones Comedy Hour

11 AM Archie's TV Funnies

11:30 Fat Albert And The Cosby Kids

12 N CBS Children's Film Festival

1 PM Porter Wagoner

1:30 Jobs

2 PM Wrestling

3 PM Golf: Kemper Open and Sealy-Faberge

Classic (Third round for each)


5 PM That Good Ole Nashville Music

5:30 CBS News

6 PM Mark Wilson's Magic Circus

7 PM All In The Family

7:30 Bridget Loves Bernie

8 PM Mary Tyler Moore

8:30 Bob Newhart

9 PM Mission: Impossible

10 PM Movie: "Broken Arrow" (from '50 but I

don't know if it inspired the series)

WAAY Ch. 31 Huntsville (NBC)

6 AM Cartoons

7 AM Houndcats

7:30 Roman Holidays

8 AM Jetsons

8:30 Pink Panther

9 AM Underdog

9:30 The Barkleys

10 AM Sealab 2020

10:30 Runaround

11 AM Around The World In 80 Days

11:30 Talking With A Giant

12 N Cartoons
12:30 Rollin'

1 PM Baseball Pre-Game Show

1:15 Baseball: Angels at Yankees

4 PM Twilight Zone (time approximate)

5 PM Animal World

5:30 NBC News

6 PM Hee Haw

7 PM Emergency!

8 PM NBC Movie: "Play Dirty"

10:30 Movie: "Invasion Of The Zombies"

12 M Nell And Bob Brandt

12:30 Movie: "Edge Of Hell"

WCFT Ch. 33 Tuscaloosa (CBS)

7 AM Bugs Bunny

7:30 Sabrina, The Teenage Witch

8 AM Amazing Chan And The Chan Clan

8:30 New Scooby Doo Movies

9:30 Josie And The Pussycats In Outer

Space

10 AM Flintstones Comedy Hour

11 AM Archie's TV Funnies

11:30 Fat Albert And The Cosby Kids

12 N CBS Children's Film Festival


1 PM Movie: "Make Haste To Live"

2:30 Lake Brothers (local country duo)

3 PM Golf: Kemper Open and Sealy-Faberge

Classic (each third round)

5 PM Wrestling

6 PM Gentle Ben

6:30 Untamed World

7 PM All In The Family

7:30 Bridget Loves Bernie

8 PM Mary Tyler Moore

8:30 Bob Newhart

9 PM Mission: Impossible

10 PM Movie: "Missile To The Moon"

WHMA (WJSU) Ch. 40 Anniston, AL (CBS)

7 AM Bugs Bunny

7:30 Sabrina, The Teenage Witch

8 AM Amazing Chan And The Chan Clan

8:30 New Scooby Doo Movies

9:30 Josie And The Pussycats In Outer

Space

10 AM Flintstones Comedy Hour

11 AM Archie's TV Funnies

11:30 Fat Albert And The Cosby Kids


12 N Rock And Soul

1 PM Story Princess

1:30 Town And Country

2 PM Bill Anderson

2:30 Sing A Country Song

3 PM Golf: Kemper Open and Sealy-Faberge

Classic (third round each)

5 PM Crossroads Hour

5:30 CBS News

6 PM Channel 40 Theatre

6:30 Car And Track

7 PM All In The Family

7:30 Bridget Loves Bernie

8 PM Mary Tyler Moore

8:30 Bob Newhart

9 PM Mission: Impossible

10 PM Bob Harrington

10:30 Roller Derby

WBMG (WIAT) Ch. 42 Birmingham (CBS)

7 AM Bugs Bunny

7:30 Sabrina, The Teenage Witch

8 AM Amazing Chan And The Chan Clan

8:30 New Scooby Doo Movies


9:30 Josie And The Pussycats In Outer

Space

10 AM Flintstones Comedy Hour

11 AM Archie's TV Funnies

11:30 Fat Albert And The Cosby Kids

12 N CBS Children's Film Festival

1 PM Soul Train

2 PM Rollin'

2:30 Flipside

3 PM Golf: Kemper Open and Sealy-Faberge

Classic (third round each)

5 PM Alabama Hunting And Fishing

5:30 CBS News

6 PM Untamed World

6:30 Animal World

7 PM All In The Family

7:30 Bridget Loves Bernie

8 PM Mary Tyler Moore

8:30 Bob Newhart

9 PM Mission: Impossible

10 PM Wrestling

11:30 Movie: "Tunes Of Glory"

WMSL (WAFF) Ch. 48 Huntsville (ABC)


7 AM H.R. Pufnstuf

7:30 Jackson Five

8 AM The Osmonds

8:30 ABC Saturday Superstar Movie

9:30 Brady Kids

10 AM Bewitched

10:30 Kid Power

11 AM Funky Phantom

11:30 Lidsville

12 N Rockin' The Palace

1 PM Nat Tate

2 PM Flipside

2:30 Movie: "The Witch's Mirror"

4 PM Wide World Of Sports

5:30 Reasoner Report

6 PM Lawrence Welk

7 PM Here We Go Again

7:30 A Touch Of Grace

8 PM The Strauss Family (Part 5)

9 PM Assignment: Vienna

10 PM ABC News

10:15 Wrestling

11 PM Soul Train

e Doctors
1:30 Another World

3 PM Hollywood Squares

3:30 Odd Couple

4 PM Gilligan's Island

4:30 Brady Bunch

5 PM Bewitched

5:30 NBC News

6 PM News

6:30 Mary Tyler Moore

7 PM Great American Laugh-Off

(with Robin Williams and other

cast members of the 1977 version

of "Laugh-In")

8:30 Sword Of Justice

10 PM News

10:30 Tonight Show (Bert Convy subs

for Johnny)

12 M Tomorrow

KZTV Ch. 10 (CBS)

6:30 New Zoo Revue

7 AM Morning With Bob Schieffer

8 AM Captain Kangaroo

9 AM All In The Family


9:30 Whew!

9:55 CBS News (Douglas Edwards)

10 AM Price Is Right

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 M*A*S*H

3 PM Love Of Life

3:30 Little Rascals

4 PM Krofft Superstars

4:30 Gong Show

5 PM South Texas Today

5:30 CBS News

6 PM Bonanza

7 PM Pilot: "Never Say Never"

7:30 Good Times

8 PM CBS Movie: "Rendezvous Hotel"

10 PM News

10:30 Pan American Games (day's highlights)

10:45 Switch

11:55 Kojak

KEDT Ch. 16 (PBS)


6:30 Lilias, Yoga And You

7 AM Over Easy

7:30 Sesame Street

off until

4 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

4:30 Electric Company

5 PM Sesame Street

6 PM Villa Alegre

6:30 MacNeil/Lehrer Report

7 PM The Long Search

8 PM Great Performances

9:30 Beaux Arts Trio Plays Ravel

10 PM Dick Cavett

KORO Ch. 28 (Ind.)

2 PM Complicadisimo

2:30 Cepillin

3 PM Alejandra

4 PM Hermanos Caraje

5 PM El Chapulin Colorado

5:30 Tele Corpus

6 PM Noticiario

6:30 Rosalia
7 PM Viviana

7:30 La Guerra Imposible

8:30 Pecado de Amor

9 PM Cartas Para una Victima

10 PM 24 Horas

10:45 Noticiario

11 PM Lucha Libre

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Re: Retro: Corpus Christi Wednesday, July 11, 1979

When did Corpus Christi get an English language independent?

Classic Television must always be preserved!

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Re: Retro: Corpus Christi Wednesday, July 11, 1979

Somebody who lives in that area can answer better than I can,

but I have a South Texas edition issue from 2000 that shows

KDF/47, the Fox affiliate. I'm guessing sometime in the late '90s,

but it's just that--a guess.

By request, from TV Guide, South Texas Edition:

KRIS Ch. 6 (NBC)

1:30 Another World

3 PM Hollywood Squares

How long was Another World a 90-minute program?

How long was Another World a 90-minute program?

I believe that Another World stayed a 90 minute program until the soap opera Texas premiered
in 1980 and Another World went back to 60 minutes.

Another World was 90 minutes from March 5, 1979 to August 1, 1980.

Along with a huge ratings comeback by General Hospital, my understanding is that 90 minutes
really hurt the show and they never recovered.

There were production problems aplenty on the 90-minute Another World;

actors had to be scheduled in shifts rather than a full day in order to get
everybody who had a part on a given day in.

Another problem, plotwise, was the killing off of practically every member

of the Matthews family, the show's core family since it went on the air

in 1964. That didn't sit well with a lot of viewers, who deserted and never

came back.

But Texas had it even worse. Not only was GH number one by that time,

but Guiding Light was into a ratings comeback, ranking usually fourth.

NBC eventually moved Texas to 11 AM (ET), but soaps have a poor track

record in the morning, and it was gone by the end of 1982.

Thanks for those Coastal Bend listings BPatrick!

Retro: Atlanta/Chattanooga/Macon UHFs Saturday, March 10, 1973

From TV Guide, Georgia Edition. At the time WETV/30

Atlanta and WTCI/45 Chattanooga did not broadcast

on Saturdays.

WDCO Ch. 15 Cochran/WCLP 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 Fashion Focus

3:30 America: Be Fit

3:45 Living Better

4 PM Lilias, Yoga And You

4:30 Book Beat

5 PM Harambee

5:30 Black Journal

6 PM Garden Show

6:30 Who Is Man?

7 PM Firing Line

8 PM Movie: "Knife In The Water"

10 PM Hollywood Television Theatre:

"Winesburg, Ohio"

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 McHale's Navy

10:30 Roller Game Of The Week

12:30 NHL Action

1 PM Porter Wagoner

1:30 Bill Anderson

2 PM SEC Basketball: Vanderbilt at

Ole Miss

4 PM Women's Golf: Cinderella Tournament

Of Golf (quarterfinal round, time

approximate)

5 PM Fishing Hole

5:30 Lassie

6 PM Georgia Championship Wrestling

7 PM All South Wrestling

8 PM Movie: "Tiger By The Tail"

10 PM Boxing From The Forum

11 PM One Step Beyond

11:30 Harper, Etc. (a talk show with Atlanta

radio personality Skinny Bobby Harper)

1 AM Movie: "A Day Of Fury"

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

2 PM Roller Derby

3 PM That Good Ole Nashville Music

3:30 Bill Anderson

4 PM NCAA Basketball Tournament:

First-round game

6 PM Arthur Smith (time approximate)

6:30 NBC News (Garrick Utley)

7 PM Hee Haw

8 PM Emergency!

9 PM NBC Movie: "Topkapi"

11:30 Rollin'

12 M Saturday Tonight Show


WHAE (WGCL) Ch. 46 Atlanta (Ind.)

local CBN affiliate

3:30 Time For Timothy

4 PM Fury

4:30 Earth Lab

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.)

2 PM Cathedral Of The South

3 PM Cartoon Carnival

3:30 Lee Trevino's Golf For Swingers

4 PM Wrestling

5 PM Chet Capps (local variety show)

5:30 Rollin'

6 PM Movie: "The Conspirators"

8 PM Movie: "Deception"

10 PM Movie: "Adventures Of Don Juan"


(Errol Flynn, not Ricky Ricardo)

11:30 Movie: "All This And Heaven Too"

(Bugs Bunny once did one called

"All This And Rabbit Stew")

1:15 Western Playhouse

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Re: Retro: Atlanta/Chattanooga/Macon UHFs Saturday, March 10, 1973

Quote Originally Posted by bpatrick

WDCO Ch. 15 Cochran/WCLP Ch. 18 Chatsworth (PBS)

Today, WDCO ch.15 is now WMUM ch.29; they changed channels in 1990, and call letters in
2006:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/WMUM-TV

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Re: Retro: Atlanta/Chattanooga/Macon UHFs Saturday, March 10, 1973

I knew about the channel change, not about

the call letter change. Since it's my practice

to give the current call letters and/or channel

(like WSIX Ch. 8/WKRN Ch. 2) I'll have to remember

that.

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Re: Retro: Atlanta/Chattanooga/Macon UHFs Saturday, March 10, 1973

Interesting that Georgia Championship Wrestling and All South Wrestling aired back to back on
17 since that was after an office split with Ray Gunkel's widow, who dated Ted Turner, running All
South. Also, both promotions taped back to back at Techwood Drive and All South would only
last another year or so after this before closing up.

Retro: Atlanta/Chattanooga/Macon VHFs Tuesday, March 16, 1976

From TV Guide, North Georgia Edition:

WSB Ch. 2 Atlanta (NBC)

6 AM Pattern For Living

6:30 Arthur Smith

7 AM Today (Jim Hartz/Barbara Walters)

9 AM Not For Women Only


9:30 Today In Georgia

10 AM Celebrity Sweepstakes

10:30 High Rollers

11 AM Wheel Of Fortune

11:30 Hollywood Squares

12 N News

12:30 Big Valley

1:30 Days Of Our Lives

2:30 The Doctors

3 PM Another World

4 PM Mod Squad

5 PM The FBI

6 PM News

7 PM NBC News

7:30 Wild Kingdom

8 PM Movin' On

9 PM Police Woman

10 PM City Of Angels

11 PM News

11:30 Illinois Primary

12 M Tonight Show (McLean Stevenson

subs for Johnny)

1:30 Tomorrow

2:30 News
WRCB Ch. 3 Chattanooga (NBC)

6:25 Romper Room

6:55 News For Little People

7 AM Today

9 AM 700 Club

10 AM Celebrity Sweepstakes

10:30 High Rollers

11 AM Wheel Of Fortune

11:30 Hollywood Squares

12 N News

12:30 Take My Advice

12:55 NBC News (Edwin Newman)

1 PM Somerset

1:30 Days Of Our Lives

2:30 The Doctors

3 PM Another World

4 PM The FBI

4:55 News For Little People

5 PM Mickey Mouse Club (the original)

5:30 Bewitched

6 PM News

6:30 NBC News

7 PM Adam-12

7:30 Truth Or Consequences


8 PM Movin' On

9 PM Police Woman

10 PM City Of Angels

11 PM News

11:30 Illinois Primary

12 M Tonight Show

1:30 Tomorrow

WAGA Ch. 5 Atlanta (CBS)

6 AM Sunrise Semester

6:30 University Of Michigan

7 AM CBS News (Hughes Rudd)

8 AM Captain Kangaroo

9 AM Phil Donahue

10 AM Price Is Right

11 AM Gambit

11:30 Love Of Life

11:55 CBS News (Douglas Edwards)

12 N News

12:30 Search For Tomorrow

1 PM Match Game '76

1:30 As The World Turns

2:30 Guiding Light

3 PM All In The Family


3:30 Robert Young, Family Doctor

(Marcus Welby, M.D. reruns)

4:30 Mike Douglas

6 PM News

7 PM CBS News

7:30 Price Is Right

8 PM It's Arbor Day, Charlie Brown

8:30 Good Times

9 PM M*A*S*H

9:30 One Day At A Time

10 PM Switch

11 PM News

11:30 Illinois Primary

11:45 CBS Movie: "Beware! The Blob"

1:35 News

WGTV Ch. 8 Athens/Atlanta (PBS)

In-school programs until

4 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

4:30 Sesame Street

5:30 Sesame Street

6:30 Yoga For Health

7 PM Austin City Limits


8 PM State Board Of Education

8:30 Great Decisions

9 PM The Adams Chronicles (Chapter 9)

10 PM Jack The Ripper

11 PM Masterpiece Theatre: "Upstairs,

Downstairs" (Part 11)

WTVC Ch. 9 Chattanooga (ABC)

7 AM Good Morning America

9 AM Funtime

9:30 Phil Donahue

10:30 Bonanza

11:30 Happy Days

12 N Let's Make A Deal

12:30 All My Children (Carol Burnett makes

a guest appearance today)

1 PM Ryan's Hope

1:30 Rhyme And Reason

2 PM $20,000 Pyramid

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 Ironside

6 PM News

6:30 ABC News (Harry Reasoner solo)

7 PM Concentration

7:30 Family Affair

8 PM Happy Days

8:30 Laverne And Shirley

9 PM S.W.A.T.

10 PM Family

11 PM News

11:30 Illinois Primary

11:45 Mystery Of The Week: "The

House And The Brain"

WXIA Ch. 11 Atlanta (ABC)

6:30 Directions

7 AM Good Morning America

9 AM Dinah! (Bob Barker is a guest)

10:30 One Life To Live

11 AM Edge Of Night

11:30 News

12 N Let's Make A Deal

12:30 All My Children


1 PM Ryan's Hope

1:30 Rhyme And Reason

2 PM $20,000 Pyramid

2:30 The Neighbors

3 PM General Hospital

3:30 Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman

(would soon move to 11:30 PM)

4 PM Movie: "Mary, Mary"

6 PM News

6:30 ABC News

7 PM Merv Griffin

8 PM Happy Days

8:30 Laverne And Shirley

9 PM S.W.A.T.

10 PM Family

11 PM News

11:30 Illinois Primary

11:45 Mystery Of The Week: "The

House And The Brain"

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 Price Is Right

11 AM Gambit

11:30 Love Of Life

11:55 CBS News

12 N News

12:30 Search For Tomorrow

1 PM Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman

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 Merv Griffin

5:55 Paul Harvey

6 PM News

6:30 CBS News

7 PM Gunsmoke

8 PM It's Arbor Day, Charlie Brown

8:30 Good Times

9 PM M*A*S*H

9:30 One Day At A Time

10 PM Switch

11 PM News
11:30 Illinois Primary

11:45 CBS Movie: "Beware! The Blob"

WMAZ Ch. 13 Macon (CBS)

6:50 News

7 AM CBS News

8 AM Captain Kangaroo

9 AM Let's Talk It Over

9:30 General Hospital

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 Almanac

1:15 Date With Del

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 Ironside

5:30 Adam-12
6 PM News

6:30 CBS News

7 PM Truth Or Consequences

7:30 Treasure Hunt

8 PM It's Arbor Day, Charlie Brown

8:30 Good Times

9 PM M*A*S*H

9:30 One Day At A Time

10 PM Switch

11 PM News

11:30 Illinois Primary

11:45 CBS Movie: "Beware! The Blob"

Repost: Atlanta/Chattanooga/Macon UHFs Tuesday, March 16, 1976

From TV Guide, North Georgia Edition:

WDCO Ch. 15 (WMUM Ch. 29) Cochran/

WCLP Ch. 18 Chatsworth (PBS)

In-school programs until

4 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

4:30 Sesame Street

5:30 Electric Company

6 PM Zoom
6:30 Wild Wild World Of Animals

7 PM International Animation Festival

7:30 Investment Answers

8 PM State Board Of Education

8:30 Consumer Survival Kit

9 PM The Adams Chronicles (Chapter 9)

10 PM Woman Alive!

10:30 Woman

WTCG (WPCH) Ch. 17 Atlanta (Ind.)

5:40 News

6 AM Tennessee Tuxedo

6:30 Romper Room

7 AM Three Stooges/Little Rascals

8 AM Lassie

8:30 Hazel

9 AM I Love Lucy

9:30 Andy Griffith

10 AM Movie: "Our Man In Jamaica"

12 N Love, American Style

12:30 Movie: "O.S.S."

2:30 Flintstones

3 PM Mickey Mouse Club (the original)

3:30 Rin Tin Tin


4 PM Munsters

4:30 Gilligan's Island

5 PM Partridge Family

5:30 Beverly Hillbillies

6 PM That Girl

6:30 Andy Griffith

7 PM Gomer Pyle, USMC

7:30 Hogan's Heroes

8 PM Star Trek

9 PM Movie: "Anything Goes"

11 PM Love, American Style

11:30 Movie: "Happy Go Lovely"

1:10 Movie: "O.S.S."

3:10 News

3:30 Movie: "Romance On The High

Seas"

WETV (WPBA) Ch. 30 Atlanta (PBS)

8:30 Sesame Street

9:30 In-school programs

2 PM Electric Company

2:30 In-school programs

4 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

4:30 Sesame Street


5:30 Electric Company

6 PM Zoom

6:30 Gettin' Over

7 PM Latin Atlanta '76

7:30 Investment Answers

8 PM Nova

9 PM The Adams Chronicles (Chapter 9)

10 PM Rivals Of Sherlock Holmes

11 PM Captioned ABC News

WCWB (WMGT) Ch. 41 Macon (NBC)

7 AM Today (Jim Hartz/Barbara Walters)

9 AM Phil Donahue

10 AM Celebrity Sweepstakes

10:30 High Rollers

11 AM Wheel Of Fortune

11:30 Hollywood Squares

12 N Magnificent Marble Machine

12:30 Take My Advice

12:55 NBC News (Edwin Newman)

1 PM News

1:05 Noon Over Middle Georgia

1:30 Days Of Our Lives

2:30 The Doctors


3 PM Another World

4 PM Somerset

4:30 Lassie

5 PM Star Trek

6 PM News

6:30 NBC News

7 PM Bewitched

7:30 Have Gun, Will Travel

8 PM Movin' On

9 PM Police Woman

10 PM City Of Angels

11 PM Rifleman

11:30 Illinois Primary

12 M Tonight Show (McLean Stevenson

subs for Johnny)

WTCI Ch. 45 Chattanooga (PBS)

In-school programs until

3:30 Lilias, Yoga And You

4 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

4:30 Sesame Street

5:30 Electric Company

6 PM English
7 PM Conversations In The Tennessee

Legislature

7:30 Evening Edition With Martin Agronsky

8 PM Weekly Edition

8:30 Consumer Survival Kit

9 PM The Adams Chronicles (Chapter 9)

10 PM Woman Alive!

10:30 Woman

WHAE (WGCL) Ch. 46 Atlanta (Ind.)

local CBN affiliate

9:30 Underdog

10 AM Bozo's Big Top

10:30 Practical Christian Living

11 AM Right On

11:30 700 Club

1 PM Mayberry R.F.D.

1:30 Dennis The Menace (sitcom)

2 PM Lone Ranger

2:30 Huck And Yogi

3 PM Porky Pig

3:30 Popeye

4 PM Batman

4:30 Superman
5 PM Brady Bunch

5:30 Room 222

6 PM F Troop

6:30 Dick Van dyke

7 PM Brady Bunch

7:30 Courtship Of Eddie's Father

8 PM 700 Club

9:30 Practical Christian Living

10 PM New Life

10:30 Right On

11 PM Best Of Groucho

11:30 Honeymooners

12 M Midnight Meditation

12:05 News

WRIP (WDSI) Ch. 61 Chattanooga (Ind.)

3:55 Dr. J. Harold Smith

4 PM Underdog

4:30 Gigantor

5 PM Tell It And Sell It

5:30 Trading Post

6 PM Wade Johnson (kids' show)

6:30 Lassie

7 PM Rin Tin Tin


7:30 Gospel Singing Jubilee

8 PM Roller Game Of The Week

9 PM Superhoop: Basketball

11 PM Dr. J. Harold Smith

RETRO: Fairbanks, Alaska (KFAR-TV 1-14-73 and full TV schedule January 24, 1982)

Source: Fairbanks Daily News Miner

Starting with the KFAR-TV (NBC/ABC) schedule from January 14, 1973:

7:30 AM-Revival Fires

8:00-Rex Humbard

9:00-Herald of Truth

9:30-Old Time Gospel Hour

10:30-Super Bowl VII: Washington Redskins vs. Miami Dolphins (live VIA SATELLITE from Los
Angeles Memorial Coliseum)

1:45 PM (following the Super Bowl)-NBA Basketball

4:00-American Sportsman

5:00-Meet The Press

5:30-The Partridge Family

6:00-The Julie Andrews Show

7:00-Wonderful World of Disney ("Sally, the Hijacked Harbor Seal")

8:00-NBC Sunday Mystery Movie: "Hec Ramsey"

9:30-Night Gallery ("Finnegan's Flight")

10:00-NBC Nightly News

10:30-Channel Two Playhouse (movie)


JANUARY 24, 1982:

2-KTTU (NBC/ABC

9-KUAC (PBS)

11-KTVF (CBS/ABC)

7:30 AM

2-The World Tomorrow

8:00

2-NBC SportsWorld (NFL: The Year in Review)

8:30

11-Jimmy Swaggart

9:00

2-COLLEGE BASKETBALL: Virginia and Louisville

9:30

9-Instructional Television (till 2:00 pm)

11-The NFL Today: Super Bowl pre-game show

11:00
2-First Baptist Church

11-Super Bowl XVI: San Francisco 49ers vs. Cincinnati Bengals (live from the Pontiac Silverdome)

11:30

2-Fonz/Laverne & Shirley

1:00 PM

2-Goldie Gold/Thundarr

1:30

2-Amazing Grace Bible Class

2:00

2-Jerry Falwell (Old Time Gospel Hour)

9-Live from the Met: "La Boheme"

3:00

2-Jim Bakker (PTL Club)

11 (following the Super Bowl)-Oral Roberts

3:30

11-It Is Written

4:00

2-Robert Schuller (Hour of Power)


11-Lawrence Welk

4:30

9-What's Right With the Right

5:00

2-Good News

11-Hee Haw

5:30

9-Wall Street Week (repeat from Friday)

6:00

2-NBC Nightly News

9-Washington Week in Review (repeat from Friday)

11-Mighty Mouse/Heckle & Jeckle

6:30

2-National Income Tax Quiz

9-Capitol '82

11-Sheffield for Governor (paid political program by Bill Sheffield, who would be elected as
Alaska's governor in 1982)

7:00

2-Peacock Showcase: "The Electric Grandmother"

9-Firing Line
11-60 Minutes

8:00

2-CHiPs

9-Nova ("A Field Guide to Roger Tory Peterson")

11-Trapper John M.D.

9:00

2-Magic With The Stars

9-Masterpiece Theatre ("The Flame Trees of Thika: Friends in High Places", Part 4)

11-MOVIE: "Diamonds Are Forever" (1971)

10:00

9-Shock of the New ("The Landscape of Pleasure")

11:00

2-MOVIE: The Great Brain (1978)

9-Frankie and Johnny

11:30

9-American Skyline

11-MOVIE: "Kid Galahad"

The Miami Dolphins were going into Super Bowl VII as the only undefeated team in the NFL; the
New England Patriots were trying to accomplish that same feat in Super Bowl XLII just a few days
ago but thanks to the New York Giants, it wasn't the case. The Dolphins and the Redskins would
meet again ten years later in Super Bowl XVII; this time, it was advantage: Washington.
And Super Bowl XVI between the 49ers and Bengals was the most-watched Super Bowl game of
all-time; now it's second behind -- you guessed it -- Super Bowl XLII, which is now the #2 most-
watched television program of all-time in between the "M*A*S*H" finale and the "Who Shot
J.R.?" episode of "Dallas"!!!

Jonathan Allen

Retro: Austin Thursday, March 31, 1977

A market from TV Guide, South Texas Edition, I haven't posted:

KTBC Ch. 7 (CBS)

6:35 Town And Country

6:45 News

7 AM CBS News (Bruce Morton/Hughes Rudd)

9 AM Double Dare (Alex Trebek)

9:30 Price Is Right

10:30 Love Of Life

10:55 CBS News (Douglas Edwards)

11 AM Young And The Restless

11:30 Search For Tomorrow

12 N Noon (former Miss America Donna Axum

and Austin legend Cactus Pryor)

12:30 As The World Turns

1:30 Guiding Light

2 PM All In The Family


2:30 Match Game '77

3 PM Tattletales

3:30 Dinah!

5 PM News

5:30 CBS News

6 PM News

6:30 Wild Wild World Of Animals

7 PM The Waltons

8 PM Hawaii Five-O

9 PM Barnaby Jones

10 PM News

10:30 Kojak

11:40 CBS Movie: "The House That

Dripped Blood"

1:40 News

KLRN Ch. 9 (PBS) (also PBS for San

Antonio)

6:30 Lilias, Yoga And You

7 AM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

7:30 Sesame Street

8:30 In-school programs

4 PM Sesame Street

5 PM Electric Company
5:30 TBA

6 PM MacNeil/Lehrer Report

6:30 This Week

7 PM Masterpiece Theatre: "Upstairs,

Downstairs" (Part 11)

8 PM Classic Theatre: "The Rivals"

10 PM Lilias, Yoga And You

10:30 Captioned ABC News

11 PM This Week

11:30 Hundred Days Unit (I wonder if

this is coverage of the Texas

legislature?)

KVUE Ch. 24 (ABC)

7 AM Good Morning America

9 AM Mike Douglas

10:30 Happy Days

11 AM Second Chance

11:30 Ryan's Hope

12 N All My Children

12:30 Family Feud

1 PM $20,000 Pyramid

1:30 One Life To Live

2:15 General Hospital


3 PM Edge Of Night

3:30 I Love Lucy

4 PM Dick Van dyke

4:30 Brady Bunch

5 PM ABC News (Harry Reasoner/

Barbara Walters)

5:30 Andy Griffith

6 PM News

6:30 Bewitched

7 PM Barbra With One More Look

At You (Barbra Streisand on

the set of "A Star Is Born")

8 PM Barney Miller

8:30 Three's Company (no, it wasn't

always on Tuesdays)

9 PM Westside Medical

10 PM News

10:30 Gregory Peck: A Living Biography

12 M PTL Club

KTVV (KXAN) Ch. 36 (NBC)

6:30 Lone Ranger

7 AM Today (Tom Brokaw)

9 AM Family Affair
9:30 Hollywood Squares

10 AM Wheel Of Fortune

10:30 Shoot For The Stars

11 AM Name That Tune

11:30 Lovers And Friends

12 N Carolyn Jackson Show

12:30 Days Of Our Lives

1:30 The Doctors

2 PM Another World

3 PM Cartoon Corner

3:30 Gilligan's Island

4 PM My Three Sons

4:30 Emergency One!

5:30 NBC News (John Chancellor/

David Brinkley)

6 PM News

6:30 Adam-12

7 PM Fantastic Journey

8 PM Best Sellers: "Captains And

The Kings"

10 PM News

10:30 Tonight Show

12 M Tomorrow

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Did KTBC carry "Captain Kangaroo" at 8AM? "The CBS Morning News," which was at 7AM, was
only an hour back in those days.

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They did. Just an oversight on my part.

Sorry.

Retro: Houston, TX , Friday, September 16, 1977

This from a old "Houston Post" TV listing.

2-KPRC (NBC)

8-KUHT (PBS)
11-KHOU (CBS)

13-KTRK (ABC)

26-KDOG (now KRIV) IND (now FOX)

39-KHTV (now KHCW) IND (now the CW)

6:00 A.M.

11-This Week in Galveston

13-Turn On

26-Green Acres

6:25

2-Not for Women Only (Alcoholism is the topic), 6:55 News

6:30

11-CBS Morning News

13-Playmates/Schoolmates

26-#26 Morning Place

39-Jeff's Collie

***The Post shows here in the listing that Channel 39 schedules news before every hour of is
broadcast day****( I wasn't even aware that they had news back in the 70's, I was born in '81)

7:00
2-Today (with news at 7:25 and 8:25)

8-Open U -Psychology

13- AM Houston: Eyewitness News

39-3 Stooges/Little Rascals Theater

7:30

8-Sesame Street

11-Morning Show w/Bebe Burns

13-Good Morning America (JIP) (News at 8:25)

8:00

11-Captain Kangaroo

26-Harold Gunn-(Local Theater Star Frank Young is Guest)

39-Leave it to Beaver

8:30

8-Wordsmith (repeats at 9:10, 9:25, 10:30, 1:15)

26-Andy Griffith

39-Dusty's Treehouse

8:45
8-This, Our Country (repeats at 11:00, 1:00, 1:30)

9:00

2-Sanford and Son

8-About Safety

11-Here's Lucy

13-Dialing for Dollars

26-PTL Club

39-Movie: The Five Gates to Hell (1959)

9:30

2-The Hollywood Squares

11-The Price is Right

9:40

8-Potpourri (repeats at 1:45)

10:00

2-Wheel of Fortune

13-Happy Days

26-Donahue
10:05

8-Villa Alegre

10:30

2-It's Anybody's guess

11-Love of Life

13-Family Feud

10:45

8-Song Bag

11:00

2-Shoot for the Stars

11-The Young and the Restless

13-The Better Sex

26-Mike Douglas

39-Calendar

11:15
8-Values and Morality

11:30

2-Chico and the Man

11-Search for Tomorrow

13-Ryan's Hope

11:45

8-Zoom

12:00 P.M. (noon)

2-News w/Nancy Ames

11-News 11 at Noon

13-All My Children

39-The Untouchables

12:15

8-The Electric Company

12:30
2-Days of Our Lives

11-As the Word Turns

26-Movie:Mother is a Freshman (1949)

1:00

13-$20,000 Pyramid

39-The FBI

1:30

2-The Doctors

11-Guiding Light

13-One Life to Live

2:00

2-Another World

11-All in the Family

26-Hazel

39-I Dream of Jeannie

2:10

8-Nova
2:15

13-General Hospital

2:30

11-Match Game '77

26-Fun World

39-Archies

3:00

2-Doris Day

11-Dinah!-Guests:Peter Strauss, Don Meredith, Barbara Bach, Jane Wyatt

13-Movie:Fate is the Hunter (1964)

26-Underdog

39-Popeye and Friends

3:30

2-My Three Sons

8-The Electric Company

26-Porky Pig and Friends

39-Fred Flintstones and Friends


4:00

2-The Odd Couple

8-Mr. Rodgers

11-Emergency!

26-The Mickey Mouse Club

39-The Banana Splits

4:30

2-Mary Tyler Moore

8-Sesame Street

26-Flipper

39-Gilligan's Island

5:00

2-Ron Stone's Scene at 5

11-News w/Bill Balleza

13-Eyewitness News at 5

26-The Partridge Family

39-Bewitched

5:30
2-NBC News

8-Villa Alegre

11-CBS News

13-ABC News

26-Get Smart

39-Dick Van Dyke

6:00

2-News

8-Zoom

11-News

13-News

26-McHale's Navy

39-The Brady Bunch

6:30

2-Sha Na Na (Debut)

8-MacNeil/Lehrer Report

11-Wild Kingdom

13-The Gong Show

26-Hogan's Heroes

39-Adam-12
7:00

2-Sanford Arms (Debut)

8-Washington Week in Review

11-New Adventures of Wonder Woman

13-Special:The Making of Star Wars as told by C3PO and R2D2

26-Noches Tapatias (apparently channel 26 went Spanish during Prime Time)

39-Gunsmoke

7:30

2-Chico and the Man

8-Wall Street Week

26-El Milagro de Vivir

8:00

2-The Rockford Files

8-PBS News Special:A 2 hour special wrap up on the Bert Lance hearings before the Senate
Governmental Affairs Committee

13-ABC Friday Night Movie:The Curse of the Black Widow

26-Especiales del Sylvia Pinal

39-Movie:Khartourm (1966)

8:30
11-Logan's Run (Debut)

9:00

2-Quincy M.E.

26-Pobre Clara

10:00

2-News

8-Firing Line

11-News

13-News

26-Maverick

10:30

2-The Tonight Show: Guests: Charlton Heston, David Horowitz, Mclean Stevenson

8-Black Perspective on the News

13-Movieownhill Racer (1969)

39-700 Club

11:00
8-Woman, (11:30 sign off)

11-Movie: The Decline and Fall of a Birdwatcher

26-The Roaring 20's

Midnight

2-The Midnight Special:Guests:Joan Baez, The Brothers Johnson, Yes, Average White Band, Ben E
King, REO Speedwagon, David Brenner is host

26-PTL Club

39-Charisma

12:30

13-Baretta

39-News

1:00

11-Movie:Theodora Goes Wild (1936)

26-Movies (dubbed as "Paws for the Night", I guess a take on the KDOG calls)-The Great Victor
Herbert (1939) 2:40 Desert Hawk (1950) 4:20 Country Fair (1950)

39-Movie:Spare the Rod (1961)

I would have to say that I don't know what some of the shows are, especially the local ones, but
someone can elaborate I am sure.......

We need a music radio station that is "pro radio-anti-establishment"


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Quote Originally Posted by hifidistortion

***The Post shows here in the listing that Channel 39 schedules news before every hour of is
broadcast day****( I wasn't even aware that they had news back in the 70's, I was born in '81)

I would have to say that I don't know what some of the shows are, especially the local ones, but
someone can elaborate I am sure.......

Yep, channel 39 had "News Before The Hour". During the afternoon cartoons, the "anchors"
were local kids/teens.

Some of the local shows:

Turn On - Youth-Oriented public affairs show hosted by Ed Brandon.

Harold Gunn - local talk show hosted by "Captain Harold", who also hosted a B-movie show on
the weekends.

Dialing for Dollars - Don Nelson hosted the Houston version.

Calendar - local talk show hosted by....I'm blanking on the guy's name, he was also the ch. 39
booth announcer.

The name you're thinking of is Pat Brown. More on Channel 39 here:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M08yIAxhs70

I knew that you or FilioScotia would know, thanks.

Retro: San Antonio Friday, February 26, 1982

From TV Guide, South Texas Edition:

KMOL (WOAI) Ch. 4 (NBC)

6 AM Hogan's Heroes

6:30 Morning Stretch

7 AM Today

9 AM Donahue

10 AM Richard Simmons

10:30 Battlestars

11 AM Password Plus

11:30 News

12 N Days Of Our Lives

1 PM Another World

2 PM John Davidson

3 PM Dark Shadows

3:30 Happy Days Again


4 PM The Waltons

5 PM News

5:30 NBC News

6 PM News

6:30 Tic Tac Dough

7 PM NBC Magazine

8 PM NBC Movie: "The Prize

Fighter" (Tim Conway

and Don Knotts)

10 PM News

10:30 Tonight Show

11:30 SCTV Comedy Network

1 AM Movie: "Terror From Within"

KENS Ch. 5 (CBS)

6 AM Carol Burnett And Friends (Ch. 5

gave this show a lot of mileage

because she's from San Antonio)

6:30 News

7 AM CBS News (Charles Kuralt/Diane

Sawyer)

9 AM One Day At A Time

9:30 Alice

10 AM Price Is Right
11 AM Young And The Restless

12 N News

12:30 As The World Turns

1:30 Search For Tomorrow

2 PM Guiding Light

3 PM People's Court

3:30 Woody Woodpecker/Bugs

Bunny

4 PM Good Times

4:30 Sanford And Son

5 PM News

5:30 CBS News

6 PM News

6:30 Muppet Show

7 PM Dukes Of Hazzard

8 PM Dallas

9 PM Falcon Crest

10 PM News

10:30 Movie: "The Hospital"

12:30 Wrestling

1:30 Entertainment Tonight

2 AM News

KLRN Ch. 9 (PBS)


7:15 A.M. Weather

7:30 Sesame Street

8:30 In-school programs

4 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

4:30 Electric Company

5 PM Sesame Street

6 PM Over Easy

6:30 MacNeil/Lehrer Report

7 PM Washington Week In Review

7:30 Wall Street Week

8 PM Nightly Business Report

8:30 Lawmakers

9 PM Track And Field: USA/Mobil

Indoor Championships

11 PM PBS Latenight

KSAT Ch. 12 (ABC)

6:15 Good Morning San Antonio

7 AM Good Morning America

9 AM Hour Magazine

10 AM Love Boat

11 AM All My Children

12 N Newswatch Noon

12:30 Ryan's Hope


1 PM One Life To Live

2 PM General Hospital

3 PM Edge Of Night

3:30 Tom And Jerry

4 PM Welcome Back, Kotter

4:30 M*A*S*H

5 PM News

5:30 ABC News

6 PM Family Feud

6:30 PM Magazine

7 PM Benson

7:30 Open All Night

8 PM Best Of The West

8:30 Making A Living

9 PM Strike Force

10 PM News

10:30 M*A*S*H

11 PM Charlie's Angels

12 M Nightline

12:30 Fridays

2 AM Solid Gold

KWEX Ch. 41 (SIN)

7 AM Agencia S.O.S.S.A.
7:30 Chapulin Colorado

8 AM Chavo

8:30 Mas o Menos

9 AM Ana del Aire

10:30 Hoy Mismo

12 N Mundo Latino

1 PM Mas o Menos

1:30 Espejismo

2 PM Hola Pelusa

3 PM Marielena

4 PM Mundo de Luis de Alba

4:30 Quiereme Siempre

5 PM Medios

5:30 Noticias

6 PM Hogar que yo Robe

6:30 Dios se lo Pague

7:30 Fuenteovejuna

8:30 Idolo

9:30 Noticias

10:30 Noche a Noche

11 PM Pelicula: "Fruto prohibido"

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Quote Originally Posted by bpatrick

From TV Guide, South Texas Edition:

KSAT Ch. 12 (ABC)

6 PM Family Feud

I assume this would be the syndicated edition, since no other station has it on their schedule,
rather than the daytime version KSAT pre-empted earlier in the day.

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Yes, the Family Feud that aired at 6:00 PM weeknights was the syndicated version. Channel 12
didn't air the daytime version that would usually have aired at 11:00 AM.
RETRO: Austin, TX: Monday, February 7th 1972

Source: TV Guide

KTBC - Channel 7 (CBS) (now the FOX affiliate)

AM

6:55 Farm Report, Weather

7:00 CBS News (John Hart)

8:00 Captain Kangaroo

9:00 Lucy Show

9:30 My Three Sons

10:00 Family Affair

10:30 Love Of Life

11:00 Where The Heart Is

11:25 CBS News

11:30 Search For Tomorrow

PM

Noon Woman's World

12:30 As The World Turns

1:00 Love Is A Many Splendored Thing

1:30 Guiding Light

2:00 Secret Storm

2:30 Edge Of Night

3:00 Gomer Pyle USMC


3:30 Green Acres

4:00 Big Valley

5:00 To Tell The Truth

5:30 CBS News

6:00 Local News

6:30 Dragnet

7:00 Gunsmoke

8:00 Here's Lucy

8:30 Doris Day

9:00 Sonny and Cher Comedy Hour

10:00 Local News

10:30 Merv Griffin

Midnight Local News

KVUE - Channel 24 (ABC)

AM

9:30 Movie Game

10:00 Galloping Gourmet

10:30 That Girl

11:00 Bewitched

11:30 Password

PM

Noon All My Children

12:30 Let's Make A Deal

1:00 Newlywed Game


1:30 Dating Game

2:00 General Hospital

2:30 One Life To Live

3:00 Love American Style

3:30 Movie: "Bus Stop"

5:30 ABC News

6:00 Local News

6:30 The Flintstones

7:00 Budapest Circus (hosted by Bill Bixby and Brandon Cruz)

8:00 ABC Movie: "Ice Station Zebra" (part 2 from previous week)

9:30 Marty Feldman's Comedy Machine

10:00 Local News

10:30 Dick Cavett

KHFI (KEYE) - Channel 42 (NBC now the CBS affiliate)

AM

7:00 Today

7:30 XI Olympic Winter Games (coverage)

8:00 Today (joined in progress)

9:00 Dinah's Place

9:30 Concentration

10:00 Sale Of The Century

10:30 Hollywood Squares

11:00 Jeopardy

11:30 Who, What Or Where Game


11:55 NBC News

PM

Noon Midday

1:00 Days Of Our Lives

1:30 The Doctors

2:00 Another World

2:30 Bright Promise

3:00 Somerset

3:30 Three On A Match (delay from 12:30 PM)

4:00 Mike Douglas

5:30 NBC News

6:00 Local News

6:30 This Week In The NBA

7:00 XI Olympic Winter Games (coverage)

8:00 NBC Movie: "A Rage To Live"

10:00 Local News

10:30 XI Olympic Winter Games (coverage, "Johnny Carson will not be seen")

When did the present NBC affiliate, Channel 36,

sign on?

In 1973, KHFI changed call letters and channels. Channel 42 became Channel 36 and KHFI
became KTTV until 1987 when it became KXAN. Channel 42 would return as KBVO in 1982 first
as an independent station then in 1987 as the FOX station until 1995 when FOX moved to KTBC 7
and Channel 42 became the CBS affiliate KEYE.

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KTVV. KTTV is Channel 11 in Los Angeles,

and has been since its inception.

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I meant KTVV. My apologies on that one.

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Also about the ABC Movie "Ice Station Zebra", Part 1 aired that Sunday night and this was the
conclusion of the movie that aired on Monday night since "Ice Station Zebra" was a 3 hour and
30 minute movie.

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No listings for KLRN? When did that sign on?

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I forgot to put in the listings for KLRN. I will put up the KLRN listings sometime later today.

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Here's KLRN's listings for Monday, February 7th 1972

KLRN - Channel 9 (PBS) - San Antonio/Austin

AM

7:00 Sesame Street

8:00 What's New

8:30 Life Science/Think In Ink

9:00 Science Quest

9:20 School Spotlight

9:30 Life Science/Think In Ink (3 episodes)

11:00 Sketches And Skits

11:15 Search For Science

11:30 Life Science/Think In Ink

PM

Noon All About You/Neighborhood Explorers

12:15 Sing, Children, Sing/Primary Art/Playground


12:30 Life Science/Think In Ink

1:00 Primary Spanish

1:15 Search For Science

1:30 Life Science/Think In Ink

2:00 What's New

2:30 Life Science/Think In Ink (must have been KLRN's most popular educational program with 8
episodes that day)

3:00 Early Childhood Education/Teacher-In-Service

3:30 Sesame Street

4:30 Electric Company

5:00 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

5:30 Who Knows The Answer

6:00 What's New

6:30 News (yes, Channel 9 had its own news)

7:00 Hollywood Television Theatre: (John Dos Passo's "U.S.A.", a play that shows life from pre-
World War I to the Great Depression)

9:30 Book Beat

10:00 Feminine Fitness

10:30 Speaking Freely

11:30 Insight (the religious drama)

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klrn 9 sign on in 1962, was a multicity station serving san antonio and austin. in 1978 klru ch. 18
sign on to austin's pbs staion. klrn 9 turned to serving san antonio only.

Retro: Louisville/Lexington/Cincinnati Thursday, May 15, 1975

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 (guest Peter Bogdanovich)

10 AM Celebrity Sweepstakes

10:30 Wheel Of Fortune

11 AM High Rollers

11:30 Hollywood Squares (Steve Martin

is a celebrity guest, a couple of

years before he really hit it big)

12 N News

12:30 Mike Douglas

1:30 Days Of Our Lives

2:30 The Doctors

3 PM Another World

4 PM Movie: "Never Say Goodbye"


5:30 Mickey Mouse Club (original, and number

one in its time slot in Louisville)

6 PM News

6:30 NBC News

7 PM To Tell The Truth

7:30 Bobby Goldsboro

8 PM Sunshine

8:30 Bob Crane

9 PM Mac Davis

10 PM Dean Martin Celebrity Roast

(Michael Landon is roastee)

11 PM News

11:30 Tonight Show

1 AM Star Trek

WLWT Ch. 5 Cincinnati (NBC)

6:20 Good Morning

6:30 Dick Van dyke

7 AM Today

9 AM Hollywood Squares

9:30 High Rollers

10 AM Celebrity Sweepstakes

10:30 Phil Donahue (guest: Gloria Steinem)

11:30 Midday
12 N Bob Braun's 50-50 Club

1:30 Days Of Our Lives

2:30 The Doctors

3 PM Another World

4 PM Family Affair

4:30 Beverly Hillbillies

5 PM I Dream Of Jeannie

5:30 Jackpot!

6 PM News

6:30 NBC News

7 PM To Tell The Truth

7:30 Hollywood Squares

8 PM Sunshine

8:30 Bob Crane

9 PM Mac Davis

10 PM Dean Martin Celebrity Roast

11 PM News

11:30 Tonight Show

1 AM Tomorrow (Muhammad Ali discusses

his fight with Ron Lyle, scheduled

for Friday night on ABC)

WCPO Ch. 9 Cincinnati (CBS)

6:20 Farm News


6:30 Focus On Environment

7 AM CBS News (Hughes Rudd)

8 AM Captain Kangaroo

9 AM Uncle Al (I believe this was the

longest-running local kids' show,

from 1951 to about 1980)

10 AM Joker's Wild

10:30 Gambit

11 AM Now You See It

11:30 Tattletales

12 N Noon Report

1 PM Search For Tomorrow

1:30 As The World Turns

2 PM Guiding Light

2:30 Edge Of Night

3 PM Price Is Right

3:30 Match Game '75

4 PM Movie: "The Hell With Heroes"

6 PM News (with Cincinnati legend

Al Schottelkotte (sp?))

6:30 CBS News

7 PM Truth Or Consequences

7:30 Ohio Lottery

8 PM The Waltons

9 PM GE Theater: "Larry"
11 PM News

11:30 Hec Ramsey

1:30 Bible Answers

2 AM News

WHAS Ch. 11 Louisville (CBS)

6:30 Camera Three

7 AM CBS News

8 AM Captain Kangaroo

9 AM Dick Van dyke

9:30 Young And The Restless

10 AM Joker's Wild

10:30 Gambit

11 AM Now You See It

11:30 Love Of Life

11:55 CBS News (Douglas Edwards)

12 N News

12:30 Omelet

1 PM Search For Tomorrow

1:30 As The World Turns

2 PM Guiding Light

2:30 Edge Of Night

3 PM Price Is Right

3:30 Match Game '75


4 PM Tattletales

4:30 Gomer Pyle, USMC

5 PM Beverly Hillbillies

5:30 Andy Griffith

6 PM News

6:30 CBS News

7 PM Beat The Clock

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NOTE: Regular programming will

be pre-empted if the Colonels are

in the ABA playoff.

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7:30 Wild Wild World Of Animals

8 PM The Waltons

9 PM GE Theater: "Larry"

11 PM News

11:30 Movie: "Pride Of The Yankees"

1:30 News

WKRC Ch. 12 Cincinnati (ABC)

6 AM Linguistics Composition

6:30 Woman Power

6:55 Graham Kerr

7 AM A.M. America
9 AM Movie: "Blue Hawaii"

10:30 Money Maze

11 AM Nick Clooney (probably no coincidence:

George's dad for 90 minutes, 10:30-12)

12 N Password

12:30 Split Second

1 PM All My Children

1:30 Daytime Emmy Awards

3 PM General Hospital

3:30 One Life To Live

4 PM Dinah!

5:30 News

6 PM ABC News (Howard K. Smith/Harry Reasoner)

6:30 Diamond Head Game

7 PM Bowling For Dollars

7:30 $25,000 Pyramid

8 PM Barney Miller

8:30 Karen (Karen Valentine as a Washington

lobbyist)

9 PM Streets Of San Francisco

10 PM Harry O

11 PM News

11:30 The FBI

12:30 Wide World Special: "It's Magic!"


WKPC Ch. 15 Louisville (PBS)

7 AM Sesame Street

8 AM Electric Company

9 AM In-school programs

4 PM Sesame Street

5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

5:30 Villa Alegre

6 PM Electric Company

6:30 Kentucky GED Series

7 PM Aviation Weather

7:30 Consumer Survival Kit

8 PM Bill Moyers' Journal: International

Report

9 PM In Performance At Wolf Trap

10 PM Mystery Of The Maya

11 PM Captioned ABC News

WLEX Ch. 18 Lexington (NBC)

7 AM Today

9 AM Mike Douglas

10 AM Celebrity Sweepstakes

10:30 Wheel Of Fortune

11 AM High Rollers
11:30 Hollywood Squares

12 N News

12:30 Blank Check

12:55 NBC News (Edwin Newman)

1 PM Jackpot!

1:30 Days Of Our Lives

2:30 The Doctors

3 PM Another World

4 PM Somerset

4:30 Bonanza

5:30 News

6 PM Metro Report

6:30 NBC News

7 PM Beverly Hillbillies

7:30 Wilburn Brothers

8 PM Sunshine

8:30 Bob Crane

9 PM Mac Davis

10 PM Dean Martin Celebrity Roast

11 PM News

11:30 Tonight Show

1 AM Tomorrow

WXIX Ch. 19 Cincinnati (Ind.)


8 AM Perspective

8:30 New Zoo Revue

9 AM Cartoons

9:30 Flintstones (2 episodes)

10:30 Wheel Of Fortune

11 AM Blank Check

11:25 News

11:30 Somerset

12 N Young And The Restless

12:30 Love Of Life

12:55 CBS News

1 PM Movie: "Holiday For Lovers"

3 PM Bugs Bunny And Friends

3:30 Popeye

4 PM Flintstones

4:30 Gilligan's Island

5 PM Mickey Mouse Club

5:30 Bewitched

6 PM Star Trek

7 PM Ironside

8 PM The Lucy Show

8:30 Merv Griffin

10 PM Thriller (Boris Karloff)

11 PM Dragnet

11:30 Movie: "Niagara"


WKYT Ch. 27 Lexington (CBS)

7 AM CBS News

8 AM Town Talk

9 AM Captain Kangaroo

10 AM Joker's Wild

10:30 Gambit

11 AM Now You See It

11:30 Love Of Life

11:55 CBS News

12 N News

12:15 Bulletin Board

12:30 Search For Tomorrow

1 PM Young And The Restless

1:30 As The World Turns

2 PM Guiding Light

2:30 Edge Of Night

3 PM Price Is Right

3:30 Mickey Mouse Club

4 PM Virginian

5:30 News

6 PM News

6:30 CBS News

7 PM The FBI
8 PM The Waltons

9 PM GE Theater: "Larry"

11 PM News

11:30 Hec Ramsey

WLKY Ch. 32 Louisville (ABC)

6:30 New Zoo Revue

7 AM A.M. America

9 AM Dinah!

10:30 One Life To Live

11 AM Money Maze

11:30 Blankety Blanks

12 N Password

12:30 Split Second

1 PM All My Children

1:30 Daytime Emmy Awards

3 PM General Hospital

3:30 Movie: "Rock-a-Bye Baby"

5:30 News

6 PM ABC News

6:30 Hogan's Heroes

7 PM Let's Make A Deal

7:30 What's My Line?

8 PM Barney Miller
8:30 Karen

9 PM Streets Of San Francisco

10 PM Harry O

11 PM News

11:30 Perry Mason

12:30 Wide World Special: "It's Magic!"

WDRB Ch. 41 Louisville (Ind.)

11 AM Introspect

11:30 Reed Farrell (Charita Bauer and

Maureen Stillman of "Guiding Light"

discuss the show and old-time radio)

12 N It's A New Day

12:30 700 Club

2 PM Waters Family

2:30 Bozo's Big Top

3 PM Presto The Clown

4 PM Three Stooges

4:30 Leave It To Beaver

5 PM Batman (2 episodes)

6 PM Gilligan's Island

6:30 Rifleman

7 PM Bewitched

7:30 The Lucy Show


8 PM Dealer's Choice

8:30 Merv Griffin

10 PM Avengers

11 PM Movie: "East Of Eden"

1 AM Movie: "Pawnee"

WTVQ Ch. 62 (now Ch. 36) Lexington (ABC)

6:50 New Zoo Revue

7:20 Romper Room

7:50 Graham Kerr

7:55 Farm Report

8 AM A.M. America

9 AM Movie: "One-Eyed Jacks" (Part 1)

11 AM One Life To Live

11:30 Blankety Blanks

12 N Password

12:30 Split Second

1 PM All My Children

1:30 Daytime Emmy Awards

3 PM General Hospital

3:30 Addams Family

4 PM Gilligan's Island

4:30 That Girl

5 PM Truth Or Consequences
5:30 News

6 PM ABC News

6:30 Untamed World

7 PM Ironside (Barbara Hale is guest--

she starred with Raymond Burr

on "Perry Mason")

8 PM Barney Miller

8:30 Karen

9 PM Streets Of San Francisco

10 PM Harry O

11 PM News

11:30 Wide World Special: "It's Magic!"

Kentucky Educational Television (Ch. 23

Elizabethtown, Ch. 29 Somerset, Ch. 38

Morehead, Ch. 46 Lexington, Ch. 52 Owenton,

Ch. 54 Covington, Ch. 68 Louisville)

8 AM Kentucky GED Series

8:30 In-school programs

3 PM Electric Company

3:30 Kentucky GED Series

4 PM Sesame Street

5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

5:30 Villa Alegre


6 PM Electric Company

6:30 Zoom

7 PM Kentucky GED Series

7:30 Human Relations/School

Discipline

8 PM Bill Moyers' Journal: International

Report

9 PM In Performance At Wolf Trap

10 PM Mystery Of The Maya

11 PM Captioned ABC News

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I'm too lazy to search Google but I believe Uncle Al lasted until the mid eighties as did Bob
Braun.

WKYT Ch. 27 Lexington (CBS)

8 AM Town Talk
This show ran for years on Channel 27. June Rawlings (I might be spelling that wrong) hosted this
chit chat show and was later named "The June Rawlings Show" before it was canceled in the late
seventies. IIRC correctly "Town Talk" had an organist that played in the background as June
interview guest.

Channel 62 became Channel 36 in June 1980. It's been many years but I believe they actually
dismantled and rebuilt the 1000' tower.

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Uncle Al lasted until 1985, and I think Bob Braun

was canceled about the same time, as WLWT put

more money into news. When Multimedia owned

WLWT, they wanted to put Braun into national

syndication; he refused, saying he liked for his

show to be a showcase for local and regional

talent, which would have to go if the show went

national.

I remember when WTVQ moved to Channel 36;


it was off the air for several weeks in the spring

and summer of 1980. I believe there's an independent

on Channel 62 in Lexington today.

When Multimedia owned

WLWT, they wanted to put Braun into national

syndication; he refused, saying he liked for his

show to be a showcase for local and regional

talent, which would have to go if the show went

national.

I seem to remember Braun was talking about this back in the mid 90's when he was doing
mornings at then 1530 WSAI-AM.

Before Braun became the main host, Ruth Lyons did the 50/50. She was offered a chance to take
her show nationally but decided to keep her show strictly for Cincinatti viewers.

When Braun said no to Mulitmedia's idea of making his local show national, I wonder if this was
the beginning of the idea behind the Jerry Springer show? I believe Jerry was already doing the
news at WLWT in 1985 and from what I remember Jerry's show was already in the planning
stages in the late 80's.

My guess is that when Bob Braun said no to Mulitmedia, they went to Springer about the idea of
hosting a nationwide show.

Of course we know what happened in the future.

My guess is that when Bob Braun said no to Mulitmedia, they went to (Jerry) Springer about the
idea of hosting a nationwide show.
Of course we know what happened in the future.

Yes -- the decline of Western civilization... :

Which also just reminded me of what some comedian once said....the gist of it was that it's good
to watch shows like Springer, because "no matter how bad things are going, you can watch those
shows and be comforted by the fact that there are people out there whose lives are WAY more
f---ed up than yours..."

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Quote Originally Posted by bpatrick

9 AM Uncle Al (I believe this was the

longest-running local kids' show,

from 1951 to about 1980)

Not entirely sure about that one. I know KELO in South Dakota's Captain 11 program had a good
forty-year run, although it had became a weekly series by the time it met its demise in the mid-
90s.

With regards to Louisville TV Stations: WHAS-Channel 11 and WLKY-Channel 32. When did they
switch networks? For many years, WHAS was CBS and is now ABC. WLKY was ABC for quite a
while and is now CBS. Anyone?
If I recall correctly it was because WHAS aired the Kentucky Derby, but then ABC won the rights
to the race, so they swapped over to ABC from CBS. Ironically not long afterward WAVE and NBC
got the rights not long afterward...

The switch happened in September, 1990.

When ABC got the rights to the race in 1975, the Derby people

requested (demanded might be a better word) that the race be

carried on both WHAS and WLKY. The Derby/CBS/WHAS relationship

had been a good one, but the main reason was WLKY's reception

problem, being on Channel 32, while WHAS is on Channel 11.

When Capital Cities bought ABC, their management decided that

the Derby could not air on a CBS affiliate (specifically, WHAS).

When the contract came up for renewal in 1990, CBS nearly won

back the Derby, only to see ABC retain it with a last-minute winning

bid. That was when WHAS decided to go to ABC; after all, they

didn't like carrying the pre-race festivities all day, while the race

itself was on another channel.

NBC got the rights in 2000, and WAVE is the station that makes

an all-day affair of it (WHAS cuts in and out during the day, at

least according to some of the last issues of TV Guide from that

area that I've seen).

Getting CBS was a godsend to WLKY, especially in the daytime,


since the CBS soaps have always performed quite well in Louisville.

9 AM Uncle Al (I believe this was the

longest-running local kids' show,

from 1951 to about 1980)

Not entirely sure about that one. I know KELO in South Dakota's Captain 11 program had a good
forty-year run, although it had became a weekly series by the time it met its demise in the mid-
90s.

Note I said I believe Uncle Al was the longest-running

local kids' show, because you've got me on this

one. Captain 11 lasted from 1955 to 1996, seven years

longer than Uncle Al. I can't argue with facts, but Uncle

Al's run of 34 years is nothing to be sneezed at.

Also, I should mention that at one point Uncle Al was on ABC

Saturday mornings; this was when WCPO was Cincinnati's ABC

affiliate the first time, in the late '50s, I think. WCPO went to

CBS and WKRC to ABC in 1961; they switched back in (when?)

'95 or '96.

Oh I thought you had meant "longest local kids show anywhere". Should have known better!

I did mean "longest running local kids' show anywhere,"

so I'm conceding that you're right about Captain 11.

Regarding Uncle Al, I'm just saying that 34 years is a

most respectable run and deserves a mention regardless.


I remember when WTVQ moved to Channel 36;

it was off the air for several weeks in the spring

and summer of 1980. I believe there's an independent

on Channel 62 in Lexington today.

One of these days I need to give the full story to the UHF morgue, but here is the condensed
version of Channel 62 after WTVQ. Two companies fought through most of the eighties for the
allocation. One was going to make it a round a clock preach-a-thon, the other was going to
provide general entertainment program. A compromise was reached and the general
entertainment company received the CP with an agreement to provide the preachers some time.

WLKT signed on the air in 1988. Their tower was located east or northeast of Lexington (it's been
a while) pumping out full power. The problems started out of the gate with major picture and
sound problems. Another issue was the microwave hop. The antenna was too low to send a
stable signal to the transmitter site and swayed in the wind. A improvised fix was made at the
studio to raise the antenna to stabilize the signal.

The major problem was programming and revenue. Lexington finally received an independent
station two years earlier when WDKY signed on the air and a year later received the Fox
affiliation. There was just enough revenue to support the four existing station but not enough for
a fifth so WLKT suffered. Also, all the popular syndicated shows of the time were airing on the
other stations. WLKT limped along with scraps. Then there was a major lawsuit between the
current owners and the preachers over breach of contract. WLKT's days were numbered.

About a year later WLKT disappeared one afternoon as the money ran out. The license was
returned and the tower dismantled. The allocation lingered through the nineties with several
scenarios including a transmitter site located between Lexington and Louisville to serve both
markets. Today Channel 62 is a low power signal.

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So the 11/32 swap was over the Derby? I thought it had something to do with 41 going FOX, but
I guess it was just co-incidence. It all went down about the same time. I was a Sr in HS in 1990,
but I sure do remember Presto The Clown on WDRB growing up. A couple radio engineers I've
worked with over the years had done a good deal of TV in the L'ville area years ago....fun to hear
the back-stage stories of my fave local TV shows from my youth...who was a drunk, who was
cool, who was a beast, the equip issues they had, etc. I was 2 and a half years old when the
above-excerpted TV guide came out!

RETRO: Fairbanks, Alaska (March 18, 1971)

Source: Fairbanks Daily News-Miner

KFAR-TV 2 (ABC/NBC):

10:00 AM-Instructional Television

10:30-Dinah's Place

11:00-Concentration

11:30-Sale of the Century

Noon-That Girl

12:30 PM-Bewitched

1:00-A World Apart

1:30-All My Children

2:00-Let's Make A Deal

2:30-The Newlywed Game


3:00-The Dating Game

3:30-General Hospital

4:00-One Life to Live

4:30-Dark Shadows

5:00-That Girl ("Stag Party")

5:30-Julia ("Corkey's High Q")

6:00-The Big 30

6:30-The 6:30 News Report

7:00-Flip Wilson

8:00-Ironside ("Love, Peace, Brotherhood and Murder")

9:00-Dean Martin Show

10:00- Four-In-One ("Such Civil War in My Love and Hate")

11:00-Eleventh Hour News

11:10-NBC Nightly News (John Chancellor; same-day delay)

11:40-Tonight Show starring Johnny Carson (From Burbank: George Burns, George Gobel, Della
Reese, The Bee Gees, and Scatman Brothers and the Seatcats)

KTVF-TV 11 (CBS):

7:30 AM-Captain Kangaroo

8:30-Sesame Street

9:30-Instructional Television

10:00-The Lucy Show

10:30-Beverly Hillbillies

11:00-Family Affair

11:30-Love of Life
Noon-News at Noon (Larry Holmstrom)

12:05 PM-Where the Heart Is

12:30-Search for Tomorrow

1:00-Instructional Television

2:30-As The World Turns

3:00-Love Is A Many Splendored Thing

3:30-Guiding Light

4:00-The Secret Storm

4:30-The Edge of Night

5:00-Gomer Pyle, USMC

5:30-Fairbanks Feature

6:00-Fairbanks Evening News (Tom Jensen)

6:15-CBS Evening News with Walter Cronkite (one-day delay)

6:45-Business Report (Ted Lehne)

6:50-Weather Report/Program Schedule (Sunny Carpenter)

7:00-Family Affair

7:30-The Jim Nabors Hour

8:30-CBS Thursday Night Movie: "Not With My Wife, You Don't"

10:30-Scope News (Ted Lehne)

11:00-Merv Griffin

KTVF's "Fairbanks Evening News" finally expanded to a half-hour in September 1971; that same
month, they added ABC programming to the mix with its shows being on a one-week delay (CBS'
was still three weeks).

Also in the fall, Channel 11 started carrying three first-run syndicated shows on the weekends:
"Hee Haw", "Lassie", and "The Lawrence Welk Show"; the former two just dropped by CBS while
Welk was canceled by ABC. This was when the FCC's new Prime Time Access Rule came into
effect, with the networks relinquishing 7:30 to the stations leaving them 8:00-11:00.

Ted Lehne also served as KTVF's general manager at the time, and I'm sure he's seen all those
old Fairbanks TV schedules I've been posting in the last couple of years. And I'm also sure he or
anybody else who've worked at Channels 2 and/or 11 back in the day may have some visual
mementos (either kinescopes or videotapes) from the '60s, '70s, or even '80s that are dying,
DYING, DYING to be on YouTube because like I said before...THERE AREN'T ANY!!!!!

Jonathan Allen

Retro: Charlotte Friday, June 12, 1970

From TV Guide, Carolina-Tennessee Edition. This

edition did not list WTVI/42, and WUNE/17 is the

same as Concord's WUNG/58.

WBTV Ch. 3 (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 (delay

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

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

6 PM News

6:25 Editorial

6:30 CBS News

7 PM Gunsmoke (delay from

Monday 7:30)

8 PM Tim Conway

8:30 Hogan's Heroes

9 PM CBS Movie: "The Alphabet

Murders"
11 PM News

11:25 Editorial

11:30 Movie: "Operation Secret"

(Merv Griffin, then on CBS,

airs Sunday at 11:30)

WSOC Ch. 9 (NBC)

6:45 On The House

7 AM Today

9 AM Vacation Varieties

9:20 Fashions In Sewing

9:30 Movie Game

10 AM It Takes Two

10:25 NBC News (Nancy Dickerson)

10:30 Concentration

11 AM Sale Of The Century

11:30 Hollywood Squares

12 N Midday

12:30 Who, What Or Where

12:55 NBC News (Floyd Kalber)

1 PM Jeopardy! (delay from noon)

1:30 Life With Linkletter

2 PM Days Of Our Lives

2:30 The Doctors


3 PM Another World/Bay City (the

spinoff was then titled

Another World/Somerset)

3:30 My Favorite Martian

4 PM McHale's Navy

4:30 I Love Lucy

5 PM Perry Mason

5:55 Paul Harvey

6 PM News

6:30 Huntley-Brinkley Report

7 PM That Good Ole Nashville

Music

7:30 Film: "Hearts And Flowers"

8 PM Baseball: Braves at Mets

11 PM News (time approximate)

11:30 Tonight Show (David Steinberg

subs for Johnny)

1 AM Sugarfoot

WHKY Ch. 14 Hickory (Ind.)

1 PM Scope

1:30 Panorama

2 PM Movie Game

2:30 Movie: "The Mark Of Zorro"


4:30 Dick's Rascals

5:30 Robin Hood

6 PM News

6:30 Pit Stop

7 PM Buck Owens

7:30 Death Valley Days

8 PM Movie: "Maryland"

10 PM News

10:20 Movie: "Hit The Saddle"

11:30 Movie: "The Curse Of The Doll

People"

WUNE Ch. 17 Linville (PBS)

10 AM Sesame Street

11 AM French Chef

11:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

12 N Aspect

12:30 Mid-Day News

12:45 Friendly Giant

off air 1-5:30 PM

5:30 Sesame Street

6:30 What's New

7 PM Evening Edition

7:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood


8 PM Young Musical Artists

8:30 Toy That Grew Up (Jackie Coogan,

best known as Uncle Fester, in

"My Boy," made when he was a

child in 1921)

sign off 9:25 PM

WCCB Ch. 18 (ABC)

8 AM Film

8:30 Jack LaLanne

9 AM Romper Room

10 AM Fran Carlton

10:30 News

11 AM Bewitched

11:30 That Girl

12 N The Best Of Everything

12:30 A World Apart

1 PM All My Children

1:30 Let's Make A Deal

2 PM Newlywed Game

2:30 Dating Game

3 PM General Hospital

3:30 One Life To Live

4 PM Dark Shadows
4:30 Love That Bob! (Bob Cummings)

5 PM Sergeant Mills

6 PM ABC News (Frank Reynolds/Howard

K. Smith)

6:30 News

7 PM Carl Story (country music)

7:30 Flying Nun

8 PM Brady Bunch

8:30 Ghost And Mrs. Muir

9 PM Here Come The Brides

10 PM Love, American Style

11 PM Galloping Gourmet

11:30 Dick Cavett

WCTU (WCNC) Ch. 36 (Ind.)

4 PM Ruff 'n' Reddy

4:30 Snooper & Blabber

5 PM Augie Doggie

5:30 Quick Draw McGraw

6 PM Weather

6:15 Wild Bill Hickok (that's what it

says, but I have to believe 6:05)

6:30 All Star Theater

7 PM Cimarron City (not to be confused


with Cimarron Strip)

8 PM Run For Your Life

9 PM Movie: "Walk A Crooked Mile"

11 PM Movie: "Frontier Badmen"

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Re: Retro: Charlotte Friday, June 12, 1970

Quote Originally Posted by bpatrick

WUNE Ch. 17 Linville (PBS)

Actually, it was still NET at this time; PBS didn't start up until October.

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You're correct. I've been saying and using

PBS in my listings for so long that I forget

sometimes that it was NET prior to the fall

of 1970. Thanks for correcting me on that.

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Was that Braves-Mets telecast on WSOC a NBC network game, or was it on the Braves TV
network (back then via WSB-TV)?

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Braves Network via WSB, Milo Hamilton and

Ernie Johnson doing the play-by-play. In

the Carolina-Tennessee edition, the game

was also carried on WFBC (now WYFF)/4

Greenville, SC (NBC) and WBIR/10 Knoxville

(then-CBS). IIRC, WRCB/3 Chattanooga and

WMAZ/13 Macon were also part of the Braves

network.

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Re: Retro: Charlotte Friday, June 12, 1970

The interesting thing is WHKY/14/Hickory had actual programing, some interesting, even though
its coverage area was very limited at that time. Now, WHKY has a much expanded signal, "must
carry" on all Charlotte metro area cable systems and Dish and Direct and absolutely god-awful
programing---shopping and horrible local "religious" programing, plus their unbelieveably funny
local news programs!!!

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Quote Originally Posted by bpatrick

Braves Network via WSB, Milo Hamilton and

Ernie Johnson doing the play-by-play. In

the Carolina-Tennessee edition, the game

was also carried on WFBC (now WYFF)/4

Greenville, SC (NBC) and WBIR/10 Knoxville

(then-CBS). IIRC, WRCB/3 Chattanooga and

WMAZ/13 Macon were also part of the Braves

network.

And WSM Nashville.

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By 1973 WSIX/8 (now WKRN/2) was carrying

the Braves in Nashville. WAPI (WVTM)/13

carried them in Birmingham, and

I remember that by about 1974 or '75 the

Braves network had expanded to include

WFMY/2 Greensboro/Winston-Salem/High Point

and WRAL/5 Raleigh/Durham.

Retro: Louisville/Lexington/Cincinnati Saturday, May 10, 1975

From TV Guide, Kentucky Edition. Sorry, the

Derby was the preceding Saturday.

WAVE Ch. 3 Louisville (NBC)

7 AM Farm Report

7:30 Petticoat Junction

8 AM Addams Family (animated)

8:30 Wheelie And The Chopper Bunch

9 AM Emergency +4

9:30 Run, Joe, Run

10 AM Land Of The Lost

10:30 Sigmund And The Sea Monsters

11 AM Pink Panther

11:30 Star Trek (animated)

12 N Jetsons
12:30 Go! (not to be confused with the

1980s game show)

1 PM Kentucky Afield

1:30 World Of Survival

2 PM Baseball Warm-Up

2:15 Baseball: Dodgers at Pirates

5 PM Wilburn Brothers (Crystal Gayle is

guest, time approximate)

5:30 Porter Wagoner

6 PM News

6:30 NBC News (Tom Brokaw)

7 PM Medix

7:30 Little Rascals (no violation of the

access rule, since these were originally

made for theaters and not network television)

8 PM Emergency!

9 PM NBC Movie: "The Bridge At Remagen"

11:20 News

11:50 Movie: "Firecreek" (personal note: the first

time I ever saw a Kentucky edition, in 1978,

this was WKYT's Saturday late movie)

WLWT Ch. 5 Cincinnati (NBC)

7 AM Agriculture Today
7:30 Farm Front

8 AM Addams Family (animated)

8:30 Wheelie And The Chopper Bunch

9 AM Emergency +4

9:30 Run, Joe, Run

10 AM Land Of The Lost

10:30 Sigmund And The Sea Monsters

11 AM Pink Panther

11:30 Star Trek (animated)

12 N Jetsons

12:30 Go

1 PM Jabberwocky

1:30 To Tell The Truth

2 PM Dugout Dope

2:10 Baseball: Reds at Mets

4:45 Scoreboard (time approximate)

5 PM World Of Survival

5:30 It's Academic

6 PM News

6:30 NBC News

7 PM Pop! Goes The Country

7:30 Victory At Sea (don't know how this

escaped the access rule, since it

originally aired on NBC, except that

it's a documentary)
8 PM Emergency!

9 PM NBC Movie: "The Bridge At Remagen"

11:20 News

11:50 Saturday Tonight Show (SNL will debut

in October)

1:20 Movie: "The Thin Red Line"

3 AM Movie: "Come September"

4:45 Movie: "Curse Of The Voodoo"

WCPO Ch. 9 Cincinnati (CBS)

6 AM Sunrise Semester

6:30 Call The Doctor

7:30 Mr. Makit

8 AM My Favorite Martians (animated)

8:30 Speed Buggy

9 AM Jeannie (animated)

9:30 Pebbles And Bamm-Bamm

10 AM Scooby Doo, Where Are You?

10:30 Shazam!

11 AM Valley Of The Dinosaurs

11:30 Hudson Brothers Razzle Dazzle

Show

12 N Harlem Globetrotters (live action)

12:30 Fat Albert And The Cosby Kids


1 PM CBS Children's Film Festival:

"Lucy And The Miracles" (1970,

from Czechoslovakia)

2 PM Zoom

2:30 Black Memo

3 PM Friends Of Man

3:30 Horse Sense

4 PM Outdoors

4:30 Amazing World Of Kreskin

5 PM Young People's Concert: "What

Is Noise? What Is Music?"

6 PM News

6:30 CBS News (Dan Rather)

7 PM National Geographic

8 PM All In The Family

8:30 The Jeffersons

9 PM Mary Tyler Moore

9:30 Bob Newhart

10 PM Carol Burnett (guest Telly Savalas

sings)

11 PM News

11:30 Movie: "Unconquered"

2 AM Here And Now

2:30 News
WHAS Ch. 11 Louisville (CBS)

7 AM Sunrise Semester

7:30 Jabberwocky

8 AM My Favorite Martians

8:30 Speed Buggy

9 AM Jeannie

9:30 Pebbles And Bamm Bamm

10 AM Scooby Doo, Where Are You?

10:30 Shazam!

11 AM Valley Of The Dinosaurs

11:30 Hudson Brothers Razzle Dazzle

Show

12 N Harlem Globetrotters

12:30 Fat Albert And The Cosby Kids

1 PM CBS Children's Film Festival

2 PM Preview: Crusade '75 (WHAS's annual

Children's Crusade telethon)

2:30 Get Smart

3 PM Movie: "The Fighting Kentuckian"

5 PM Horse Race: Louisville Handicap

5:30 Get Smart

6 PM News

6:30 CBS News

7 PM Hee Haw
8 PM All In The Family

8:30 The Jeffersons

9 PM Mary Tyler Moore

9:30 Bob Newhart

10 PM Carol Burnett

11 PM News

11:30 Movie: "The Prize"

WKRC Ch. 12 Cincinnati (ABC)

6:30 Korg: 70,000 B.C.

7 AM Goober And The Ghost Chasers

7:30 Make A Wish

8 AM Yogi's Gang

8:30 Bugs Bunny

9 AM Hong Kong Phooey

9:30 Adventures Of Gilligan (animated)

10 AM Devlin

10:30 Lassie's Rescue Rangers (animated)

11 AM Super Friends

12 N Movie: "Rally "Round The Flag, Boys!"

2 PM Medix

2:30 Soul Train

3:30 Byron Nelson Golf Classic (Third round)

5 PM Wide World Of Sports (Indy 500 time


trials)

6:30 Reasoner Report

7 PM Hee Haw

8 PM Bighorn!

9 PM ABC Movie: "Nicholas And Alexandra"

(Part 1, concludes Sunday 9 PM)

11 PM News

11:30 Movie: "The Green Berets"

1:30 ABC News (John Drury, of WLS/7 Chicago)

1:45 This Is The Life

WKPC Ch. 15 Louisville (PBS)

8 AM Villa Alegre

8:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

9 AM Sesame Street

10 AM Electric Company

10:30 Zee Cooking School

11 AM Sesame Street

12 N Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

12:30 Villa Alegre

1 PM Sesame Street

2 PM Electric Company

2:30 Zee Cooking School

3 PM Sesame Street
4 PM Cinema Showcase

4:30 Book Beat

5 PM Overseas Mission

5:30 By-Line

6 PM Firing Line

7 PM World Press

8 PM Nova

9 PM At The Top

10 PM World's Worst Air Crash (the

1974 crash of a Turkish DC-10,

with all 346 persons aboard killed)

11 PM Speaking Freely

WLEX Ch. 18 Lexington (NBC)

7 AM Ag-USA

7:30 Comedy Time

8 AM Addams Family (animated)

8:30 Wheelie And The Chopper Bunch

9 AM Emergency +4

9:30 Run, Joe, Run

10 AM Land Of The Lost

10:30 Sigmund And The Sea Monsters

11 AM Pink Panther

11:30 Star Trek (animated)


12 N Jetsons

12:30 Go

1 PM County Agents' Corner

1:30 Bluegrass Personalities

2 PM Spirit Of '76

2:10 Baseball: Reds at Mets

4:45 TBA (time approximate)

5 PM New Woman

5:30 4-H Youth Showcase

6 PM Porter Wagoner

6:30 NBC News

7 PM Lawrence Welk

8 PM Emergency!

9 PM NBC Movie: "The Bridge At

Remagen"

11:20 News

11:50 Movie: "Guns Of The Timberland"

WXIX Ch. 19 Cincinnati (Ind.)

7:30 Perspective

8:30 Big Blue Marble

9 AM Wrestling

10 AM Sportsman's Friend

10:30 Bill Dance Outdoors


11 AM Movie: "Pursuit To Algiers"

12:30 Movie: "The Tin Star"

2:30 Movie: "Wake Of The Red Witch"

4:30 Movie: "Creature From The Black

Lagoon"

6 PM Movie: "Gentleman's Agreement"

8 PM That Good Ole Nashville Music

(Loretta Lynn is a guest)

8:30 Jimmy Dean

9 PM Country Place

9:30 Hank Thompson

10 PM Wild Wild West

11 PM Movie: "Night Of The Blood Monster"

1 AM Mr. Chips

WKYT Ch. 27 Lexington (CBS)

7 AM Movie: "Savage Frontier"

8 AM My Favorite Martians

8:30 Speed Buggy

9 AM Jeannie

9:30 Pebbles And Bamm Bamm

10 AM Scooby Doo, Where Are You?

10:30 Shazam!

11 AM Valley Of The Dinosaurs


11:30 Hudson Brothers Razzle Dazzle

Show

12 N Harlem Globetrotters

12:30 Fat Albert And The Cosby Kids

1 PM CBS Children's Film Festival

2 PM Tobacco Talk

2:30 Movie: "The Texican"

4 PM Festival Of Lively Arts For Young

People (Danny Kaye at the Met)

5 PM Georgetown View

5:30 Other People, Other Places

6 PM News

6:30 CBS News

7 PM Hee Haw

8 PM All In The Family

8:30 The Jeffersons

9 PM Mary Tyler Moore

9:30 Bob Newhart

10 PM Carol Burnett

11 PM News

11:30 Movie: "Cape Fear" (the original,

with Robert Mitchum and Gregory

Peck)

WLKY Ch. 32 Louisville (ABC)


8 AM Yogi's Gang

8:30 Bugs Bunny

9 AM Hong Kong Phooey

9:30 Adventures Of Gilligan

10 AM Devlin

10:30 Lassie's Rescue Rangers

11 AM Super Friends

12 N These Are The Days

12:30 American Bandstand (The

Captain and Tennille are guests)

1:30 Greatest Sports Legends

2 PM Car And Track

2:30 Fishin' Hole

3 PM Other People, Other Places

3:30 Byron Nelson Golf Classic (Third round)

5 PM Wide World Of Sports

6:30 Reasoner Report

7 PM Lawrence Welk

8 PM Kung Fu

9 PM ABC Movie: "Nicholas And Alexandra"

(Part 1)

11 PM News

11:30 Movie: "Psycho"

1:30 Movie: "That Lady From Peking" (made


in 1971, before the city was called Beijing)

3:10 ABC News

WDRB Ch. 41 Louisville (Ind.)

10 AM New Shapes: Education

10:30 Lidsville

11 AM Lost In Space

12 N Wally's Workshop (Wally Bruner, former

host of "What's My Line?")

12:30 Jim Thomas Outdoors

1 PM Friends Of Man

1:30 Water World

2 PM Sportsman's Friend

2:30 Mr. Chips

3 PM Soul Train

4 PM I.S.C. Game Of The Week

5 PM Wrestling

6 PM Movie: "Hercules And The Princess

Of Troy" (Part 1)

7 PM Movie: "Dracula's Daughter"

8:15 Movie: "Horror Island"

9:30 Don Kirshner's Rock Concert

11 PM 700 Club

12:30 Warren Roberts


WTVQ Ch. 62 (now Ch. 36) Lexington (ABC)

8 AM Yogi's Gang

8:30 Bugs Bunny

9 AM Hong Kong Phooey

9:30 Adventures Of Gilligan

10 AM Devlin

10:30 Lassie's Rescue Rangers

11 AM Super Friends

12 N These Are The Days

12:30 American Bandstand

1:30 Council Of Neighborhood Organizations

2 PM Sportsman's Friend

2:30 Focus '75

3 PM Wally's Workshop

3:30 Byron Nelson Golf Classic (Third round)

5 PM Wide World Of Sports

6:30 Reasoner Report

7 PM I Spy

8 PM Kung Fu

9 PM ABC Movie: "Nicholas And Alexandra"

(Part 1)

11 PM News

11:15 ABC News


11:30 Movie: "Psycho"

Kentucky Educational Television did not

broadcast on Saturday.

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Re: Retro: Louisville/Lexington/Cincinnati Saturday, May 10, 1975

What about "Watch it! TV 48!"?

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My small & cherished collection of old TV Guides seems to have disappeared off the face of this
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Re: Retro: Louisville/Lexington/Cincinnati Saturday, May 10, 1975

Quote Originally Posted by NoWayNoCC

What about "Watch it! TV 48!"?

If that's the PBS affiliate in Cincinnati, and I believe

it is, it wasn't listed in the Kentucky edition. A station

had to be seen in 15% of a particular edition's circulation

area in order to be included. Channel 54 in Covington was

listed as part of Kentucky Educational Television.

Retro: St. Louis Wednesday Evening April 30, 1975

From the St. Louis Post-Dispatch

2 KTVI (ABC)

6:00 Teasure Hunt

6:30 To Tell the Truth

7:00 That's My Mama "The Shakedown" Theodore Wilson (R)


7:30 A World Premiere Together, they're an explosive combination STARSKY AND HUTCH

9:00 Baretta "This Ain't My Bag"

10:00 News, Sports

10:30 Wide World SPECIAL "ELIZABETH TAYLOR: Hollywood's Child"

12:00 Science Fiction Theatre

12:30 News, Sports

4 KMOX-TV (CBS)

6:00 News, Sports

6:30 The Price Is Right

7:00 Orson Welles Narrates "Magnificent Monsters of the Deep"

8:00 Cannon "The Avenger" Dane Clark, Robert Walker (R)

9:00 BURT REYNOLDS IS BACK AS "DAN AUGUST"

10:00 News, Sports

10:30 Movie: "Hec Ramsey: The Detroit Connection" Richard Boone, Angie Dickinson, Kim
Hunter (1973)

12:30 The People Speak

12:45 Movie "Desire Me" Greer Garson, Robert Mitchum (1948)

2:05 News

2:20 Movie "The First Texan" Joel McCrea, Felicia Farr (1956)

I think maybe Channel 4 was St. Louis' first "all-nighter", or most-of the-nighter....

5 KSD-TV (NBC)
6:00 News, Sports

6:30 Baseball St. Louis Cardinals vs. Pittsburgh Pirates

10:00 News, Sports

10:30 Tonight Show : Robert Blake

12:00 Tommorow

1:00 Weather

9 KETC (PBS)

6:00 Love Tennis "Singles Strategy"

6:30 Book Beat "Charles Ives Remembers"

7:00 Felling Good

7:30 Artists in America: Rudy Pozzatti

8:00 Theatre in America "Rules of the Game"

9:30 OPA! Get Together

10:00 Five String Banjo

10:30 Who Is Man "The Sensitive"

11:00 ABC Captioned News

11:30 St. Louis Sings

11 KPLR-TV (Independent)

6:30 Bewitched

6:55 News
7:00 The Lucy Show "Lucy Goes to a Hollywood Premiere"

7:30 Truth or Consequences

7:55 News

8:00 Movie "The Naked Edge" Gary Cooper, Deborah Kerr, Diane Cilento (1961)

8:55 News

9:55 News

10:00 Best of Groucho

10:30 Ironside "Terror on Grant Avenue" Benson Fong

11:30 The Untouchables "Doublecross" Harry Morgan

12:30 Not For Women Only

1:00 News

30 KDNL-TV (Independent)

6:00 Room 222

6:30 Family Affair

7:00 Bonanza "Elegy for a Hangman"

8:00 KDNL-TV Special: "Cry of the Wild"

10:00 Dealer's Choice

10:30 The Rifleman

11:00 The 700 Club

Retro: North Carolina Monday, February 16, 1976

Friom 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

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

1:30 As The World Turns

2:30 Guiding Light

3 PM All In The Family

3:30 Match Game '76

4 PM Dinah!

5:30 Andy Griffith

6 PM News

6:30 CBS News

7 PM Movie: "Raiders Of Sunset Pass"

(part of the syndicated series

"The Great Movie Cowboys,"


with Roy Rogers as host)

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: "Unwed Father"

E (WUND/2 Columbia, NC; WUNC/4 Chapel Hill;

WUNK/25 Greenville, NC; WUNL/26 Winston-Salem;

WUNJ/39 Wilmington; WUNG/58 Concord, NC)

10 AM Sesame Street

11 AM 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 Piccadilly Circus ("It's A Lovely Day

Tomorrow," about the deaths of 173

East Enders in Bethnal Green underground


station in 1940 during the Blitz)

9:30 Mark Russell

10 PM Austin City Limits

WBTV Ch. 3 Charlotte (CBS)

6:30 Story Of Jesus

6:35 Almanac

6:45 News

7 AM CBS News (Hughes Rudd)

8 AM Together

8:30 Captain Kangaroo

9:30 The Lucy Show

10 AM Price Is Right

11 AM Gambit

11:30 Love Of Life

11:55 CBS News (Douglas Edwards)

12 N Scene At Noon

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: "Unwed Father"

WWAY Ch. 3 Wilmington (ABC)

6:30 Arthur Smith

7 AM Good Morning America

9 AM Coffeetalk

9:30 Phil Donahue

10:30 Rhyme And Reason

11 AM $20,000 Pyramid

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

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 Rin Tin Tin

5 PM The Lucy Show

5:30 Hogan's Heroes

6 PM News

6:30 ABC News

7 PM Partridge Family

7:30 Adam-12

8 PM On The Rocks

8:30 ABC Movie: "On Her Majesty's

Secret Service" (Part 1 of 2,

with George Lazenby in his only

appearance as James Bond)

10 PM Rich Man, Poor Man

11 PM News

11:30 Charles Manson: Portrait In

Terror

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

9 AM Mike Douglas

10:30 Femme Fare

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

2 PM $20,000 Pyramid

2:30 The Neighbors

3 PM General Hospital

3:30 One Life To Live

4 PM Flintstones

4:30 Gilligan's Island

5 PM Munsters

5:30 Adam-12

6 PM News

6:30 ABC News


7 PM Ironside

8 PM On The Rocks

8:30 ABC Movie: "On Her Majesty's

Secret Service" (Part 1)

10 PM Rich Man, Poor Man

11 PM News

11:30 Charles Manson: Portrait In

Terror

1 AM Mission: Impossible

WECT Ch. 6 Wilmington (NBC)

6 AM Carolina In The Morning

7 AM Today

9 AM Mike Douglas

10 AM Celebrity Sweepstakes

10:30 High Rollers

11 AM Wheel Of Fortune

11:30 Hollywood Squares

12 N Carolina At Noon

12:30 Take My Advice

12:55 NBC News (Edwin Newman)

1 PM Somerset

1:30 Days Of Our Lives

2:30 The Doctors


3 PM Another World

4 PM Mickey Mouse Club (the original)

4:30 Family Affair

5 PM Bonanza

6 PM News

6:30 NBC News

7 PM Andy Griffith

7:30 Beverly Hillbillies

8 PM Rich Little (the Jackson 5 are guests)

9 PM Joe Forrester

10 PM Jigsaw John

11 PM News

11:30 Tonight Show (the Smothers Brothers

substitute for Johnny)

WITN Ch. 7 Washington, NC (NBC)

5:30 Wilburn Brothers (Porter Wagoner and

Dolly Parton are guests)

6 AM Almanac

7 AM Today

9 AM Mike Douglas

10 AM Celebrity Sweepstakes

10:30 High Rollers

11 AM Wheel Of Fortune
11:30 Hollywood Squares

12 N News

12:30 Take My Advice

12:55 NBC News

1 PM Somerset

1:30 Days Of Our Lives

2:30 The Doctors

3 PM Another World

4 PM Cartoon Carnival

4:30 Bewitched

5 PM Ironside

6 PM News

6:30 NBC News

7 PM Family Affair

7:30 Treasure Hunt

8 PM Rich Little

9 PM Joe Forrester

10 PM Jigsaw John

11 PM News

11:30 Tonight Show

WGHP Ch. 8 High Point (ABC)

6:30 Romper Room

7 AM Southern Exposure
7:30 Good Morning America

9 AM Truth Or Consequences

9:30 Movie: "New York Confidential"

11 AM Merv Griffin

12 N News

12:30 All My Children

1 PM Ryan's Hope

1:30 Rhyme And Reason

2 PM $20,000 Pyramid

2:30 The Neighbors

3 PM General Hospital

3:30 I Dream Of Jeannie

4 PM Partridge Family

4:30 Brady Bunch

5 PM Big Valley

6 PM News

6:30 ABC News

7 PM Movie: "Paradise, Hawaiian

Style"

8:30 ABC Movie: "On Her Majesty's

Secret Service" (Part 1)

10 PM Rich Man, Poor Man

11 PM News

11:30 Charles Manson: Portrait In

Terror
1 AM News

WNCT Ch. 9 Greenville, NC (CBS)

6 AM Carolina Today

6:30 Morning Meditations

6:35 Carolina Today continues

8 AM CBS News

9 AM Captain Kangaroo

10 AM Price Is Right

11 AM Gambit

11:30 Love Of Life

11:55 Take Kerr

12 N News

12:30 Search For Tomorrow

1 PM Young And The Restless

1:30 As The World Turns

2:30 Guiding Light

3 PM All In The Family

3:30 Match Game '76

4 PM Tattletales

4:30 Brady Bunch

5 PM Gunsmoke

6 PM News

6:30 CBS News


7 PM Truth Or Consequences

7:30 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: "Unwed Father"

WSOC Ch. 9 Charlotte (NBC)

6:30 Arthur Smith

7 AM Today

9 AM Merv Griffin

10 AM Celebrity Sweepstakes

10:30 High Rollers

11 AM Wheel Of Fortune

11:30 News

12 N Dinah!

1 PM Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman

1:30 Days Of Our Lives

2:30 The Doctors

3 PM Another World

4 PM Mike Douglas
5:30 Bewitched

6 PM News

6:30 NBC News

7 PM World At War

8 PM Rich Little

9 PM Joe Forrester

10 PM Jigsaw John

11 PM News

11:30 Tonight Show

1 AM Tomorrow

WIS Ch. 10 Columbia, SC (NBC)

6:30 Knozit-Land

7 AM Today

9 AM Knozit-Land

9:30 Take My Advice

9:55 News

10 AM Celebrity Sweepstakes

10:30 High Rollers

11 AM Wheel Of Fortune

11:30 Hollywood Squares

12 N Magnificent Marble Machine

12:30 Carolina Today

1:30 Days Of Our Lives


2:30 The Doctors

3 PM Another World

4 PM Gilligan's Island

4:30 Bewitched

5 PM Ironside

6 PM Truth Or Consequences

6:30 NBC News

7 PM News

7:30 Wild Kingdom

8 PM Rich Little

9 PM Joe Forrester

10 PM Jigsaw John

11 PM News

11:30 Tonight Show

1 AM Tomorrow

WTVD Ch. 11 Durham (CBS)

6:30 Sunrise Semester

7 AM CBS News

8 AM Captain Kangaroo

9 AM Bewitched

9:30 Tattletales

10 AM Price Is Right

11 AM Gambit
11:30 Love Of Life

11:55 News (local)

12 N Young And The Restless

12:30 Search For Tomorrow

1 PM Peggy Mann

1:30 As The World Turns

2:30 Guiding Light

3 PM All In The Family

3:30 Match Game '76

4 PM Partridge Family

4:30 Brady Bunch

5 PM Beverly Hillbillies

5:30 Hogan's Heroes

6 PM News

6:30 CBS News

7 PM Family Affair

7:30 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: "Unwed Father"


WCTI Ch. 12 New Bern (ABC)

7 AM Good Morning America

9 AM Montage

10 AM Not For Women Only

10:30 That Girl

11 AM Edge Of Night

11:30 Happy Days

12 N Let's Make A Deal

12:30 All My Children

1 PM Ryan's Hope

1:30 Rhyme And Reason

2 PM $20,000 Pyramid

2:30 The Neighbors

3 PM General Hospital

3:30 One Life To Live

4 PM Flintstones

4:30 Classic Comedy Hour

5:30 News

6 PM ABC News

6:30 Maverick (a lot of interest

in this show at the time

because of the popularity of

The Rockford Files, also starring

James Garner)
7:30 To Tell The Truth

8 PM On The Rocks

8:30 ABC Movie: "On Her Majesty's

Secret Service" (Part 1)

10 PM Rich Man, Poor Man

11 PM News

11:30 Charles Manson: Portrait In

Terror

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

6:55 Minister's Study

7 AM Today

9 AM Midmorning

10 AM Phil Donahue

10:30 High Rollers

11 AM Wheel Of Fortune

11:30 Hollywood Squares

12 N 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

7:30 Hollywood Squares

8 PM Gunsmoke

9 PM Joe Forrester

10 PM Jigsaw John

11 PM News

11:30 Tonight Show

1 AM Tomorrow

WBTW Ch. 13 Florence, SC (CBS/ABC)

6:30 Arthur Smith

7 AM Jim Nesbitt

7:50 Carolina Almanac

8 AM Captain Kangaroo
9 AM CBS News

10 AM Price Is Right

11 AM Gambit

11:30 Love Of Life

11:55 CBS News

12 N Young And The Restless

12:30 Search For Tomorrow

1 PM Ryan's Hope

1:30 As The World Turns

2:30 Guiding Light

3 PM All In The Family

3:30 All My Children

4 PM Edge Of Night

4:30 Gunsmoke

5:30 Happy Days

6 PM ABC News

6:30 News

7 PM CBS News

7:30 To Tell The Truth

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: "Unwed Father"

WCCB Ch. 18 Charlotte (ABC)

7 AM Good Morning America

9 AM Phil Donahue

10 AM Not For Women Only

10:30 Lassie

11 AM News

11:30 Ladies' Day

12 N Let's Make A Deal

12:30 All My Children

1 PM Ryan's Hope

1:30 Rhyme And Reason

2 PM $20,000 Pyramid

2:30 The Neighbors

3 PM General Hospital

3:30 One Life To Live

4 PM Edge Of Night

4:30 Truth Or Consequences

5 PM Munsters

5:30 Happy Days

6 PM ABC News

6:30 News

7 PM Concentration
7:30 Hollywood Squares

8 PM On The Rocks

8:30 ABC Movie: "On Her Majesty's

Secret Service" (Part 1)

10 PM Rich Man, Poor Man

11 PM Norm Sloan: N.C. State Basketball

(Best Of Groucho airs here Tuesday-

Friday)

11:30 Charles Manson: Portrait In Terror

WRDU (WRDC) Ch. 28 Durham (NBC)

7 AM Today

9 AM What's Happening? (current events)

9:05 TBA

9:30 Galloping Gourmet

10 AM Celebrity Sweepstakes

10:30 High Rollers

11 AM Wheel Of Fortune

11:30 Hollywood Squares

12 N Magnificent Marble Machine

12:30 Take My Advice

12:55 NBC News

1 PM Not For Women Only

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 Rich Little

9 PM Joe Forrester

10 PM Jigsaw John

11 PM News

11:30 Tonight Show

WRET (WCNC) Ch. 36 Charlotte (Ind.)

7 AM Three Stooges And Pals

8 AM Dennis The Menace (sitcom)

8:30 Father Knows Best

9 AM Movie: "We Were Strangers"

11 AM PTL Club

1 PM Movie: "Francis Joins The WACs"

(Francis the Talking Mule, the

inspiration for Mr. Ed)

3 PM Popeye And Pals

3:30 Ultra Man


4 PM Flintstones

4:30 Monkees

5 PM Brady Bunch

5:30 I Love Lucy

6 PM Beverly Hillbillies

6:30 Gomer Pyle, USMC

7 PM Andy Griffith

7:30 Hogan's Heroes

8 PM Untouchables

9 PM Movie: "Downhill Racer"

11 PM Night Gallery

11:30 Sammy And Company (Sammy

Davis Jr.'s talk show)

1 AM News

WTVI Ch. 42 Charlotte (PBS)

In-school programs until

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!

8 PM Piccadilly Circus
9:30 Mark Russell

10 PM Kup's Show

Retro: St. Louis Daytime Thursday, May 1, 1975

This and the previous night's schedule are all I've found of the schedules & TV Guides I collected
as a kid. Maybe they'll turn up, but chances are they're gone forever Knowing me, in a moment
of tempoary insanity I vowed I'd never want 'em again > ;D

From the St. Louis Post Dispatch:

2 KTVI (ABC)

6:20 Devotion, Farm News

6:30 Cartoon Carnival

7:00 AM America

8:00 AM America

9:00 Money Maze

9:30 Split Second

10:00 One Life to Live

10:30 Blankety Blanks

11:00 Password

11:30 News, Sports

12:00 All My Children

12:30 Let's Make a Deal

1:00 $10,000 Pyramid

1:30 Big Showdown


2:00 General Hospital

2:30 Movie "Murderer's Row" Dean Martin, Ann-Margaret (1966)

4:25 News, Sports

4:30 Mod Squad

5:30 ABC News

4 KMOX-TV (CBS)

5:30 Devotion, News

5:45 The People Speak (R)

6:00 P.S. 4

6:30 Sunrise Semester

7:00 CBS News

8:00 Captain Kangaroo

9:00 Joker's Wild

9:30 Gambit

10:00 Now You See It

10:30 Love of Life

10:55 CBS News

11:00 Young and Restless

11:30 Search for Tommorow

12:00 Graham Kerr

12:05 Green Acres

12:30 As the World Turns

1:00 Guiding Light


1:30 Edge of Night

2:00 Price Is Right

2:30 Match Game

3:00 Tattletales

3:30 Mike Douglas Show: Jose Feliciano, Robert Goulet, David Brenner, Dr. Hyman Engelberg

5:00 News, Sports

5:30 CBS News

5 KSD-TV (NBC)

6:00 Focus Five (R)

6:30 Focus Your World

7:00 Today (News 7:25)

8:00 Today (News 8:25)

9:00 Reed Farrell Show: Dick Gautier

9:30 Wheel of Fortune

10:00 High Rollers

10:30 Hollywood Squares

11:00 Jackpot

11:30 News, Features

12:30 Days of Our Lives

1:30 The Doctors

2:00 Another World

3:00 Somerset

3:30 Merv Griffin Show: Discussion of Teen-age drug problem


5:00 News, Sports

5:30 NBC News

9 KETC (PBS)

3:00 Sesame Street

4:00 Mister Rogers

4:30 Villa Alegre

5:00 Electric Company

5:30 Zoom

Kinda surprised that 9 didn't sign-on until that late in the day. In '77 or '78, I can remember
watching Sesame Street at like 8 or 9 AM...

11 KPLR-TV (Independent)

6:00 Romper Room

6:30 New Zoo Revue

7:00 Cartoonville

8:00 Three Stooges

8:30 The Flintstones

9:00 Leave it to Beaver

9:30 My Little Margie

10:00 I Love Lucy

10:30 Phil Donahue Show

11:30 Blank Check

12:00 Celebrity Sweepstakes


12:30 Concentration

1:00 Movie "The Naked Edge" Gary Cooper, Deborah Kerr (1961)

3:00 The Flintstones

3:30 Three Stooges

4:00 Speed Racer

4:30 Gilligan's Island

5:00 Andy Griffith Show

5:30 Tarzan

30 KDNL-TV (Independent)

7:00 Underdog

7:30 Johnny Sokko

8:00 Mr. Patches

8:30 Lidsville

9:00 Flying Nun

9:30 Financial Reports

10:00 Financial Reports

11:00 Financial Reports

12:00 Financial Reports

1:00 Financial Reports

2:00 (u guessed it...) Financial Reports

3:00 Financi----er, uhhh Hercules

3:30 Batman
4:00 Little Rascals

4:30 Mickey Mouse Club

5:00 I Dream of Jeannie

5:30 Beverly Hillbillies

Retro: Susquehanna Valley, PA Sat, Sept 16, 1978

from Lancaster Sunday News

2 WMAR-CBS Baltimore

3 KYW-NBC Philadelphia

4 WRC-NBC Washington

5 WTTG-Ind Washington

6 WPVI-ABC Philadelphia

8 WGAL-NBC Lancaster

10 WCAU-CBS Philadelphia

11 WBAL-NBC Baltimore

12 WHYY-PBS Wilmington/Philadelphia

13 WJZ-ABC Baltimore

15 WLYH-CBS Lancaster/Lebanon

17 WPHL-Ind Philadelphia

21 WHP-CBS Harrisburg

27 WTPA-ABC Harrisburg

29 WTAF-Ind Philadelphia

33 WITF-PBS Hershey

43 WSBA-CBS York
45 WBFF-Ind Baltimore

48 WKBS-Ind Philadelphia

Morning

5:00

5 Movie "Flight for Freedom" cont'd

5:05

10 Joel A. Spivak

5:50

10 Agricultural News

6:00

3 Consultation

6 Farm, Home & Garden

10 Summer Semester

13 Sign-On Seminar

6:30

2-21 Summer Semester

3 International Zone

4 One on One

5 Vegetable Soup
6 Chief Halftown

8 Lone Ranger

10 Groupview

11 Learning to Read

13 Villa Alegre

15 Farm, Home & Garden

17 Delaware Valley Forum

7:00

2-10-15 What's New, Mr Magoo?

3 Carrascolendas

4 Knowledge

5 Casper

6 Animals, Animals, Animals

8 Sunshine Corners

11 A Better Way

13 Big Blue Marble

17 700 Club

45 Cartoons

7:15

45 Vegetable Soup

7:30

2 Woody Woodpecker
3 Challenge

4 Big Blue Marble

5 Newsbag

6 Captain Noah & the Magical Ark

8 Land of the Lost

10 Marlo & the Magic Movie Machine

11 Garden Living

13 Sunshine Kids

15 Clue Club (premiere)

21 We Help People

33 Sesame Street

7:45

45 Three Score & More

7:50

29 Community Update

7:56

15 In the News

8:00

2-15-21-43 Popeye Hour

3-4-8 Yogi's Space Race

5 Porky Pig
10 Gene London

11 At Home in Maryland

29 For You...Black Woman

45 Open Wide-A Look at Dentistry

8:15

45 Dept of Social Services

8:30

5 Jetsons

6-13-27 Fangface

11 Brady Bunch

12-33 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

17 Gerald Derstine Shares

29 Movie "Creeping Terror"

45 Community Relations Commission

48 On Target

8:45

45 Urban Services Agency

9:00

2-10-15-21-43 Bugs Bunny/Road Runner

5 Flintstones

6-13-27 Challenge of the Superfriends


11 Hot Fudge

12-33 Sesame Street

17 Dr Thea F. Jones

45 Movie "In Fast Company" (Bowery Boys)

48 Amazing Grace Bible School

9:30

3-4-8-11 Godzilla Power Hour

5 Laurel & Hardy Laughtoons

17 America's Black Forum

48 Hot Fudge

10:00

5 Movie "The Hunchback of Notre Dame"

6-13-27 Scooby's All-Stars

12 TV Garden Club

17 Life Around Us

29 Movie "Lion of Thebes"

33 Electric Company

48 Big Blue Marble

10:30

2-10-15-21-43 Tarzan & the Super Seven

3-4-8 Fantastic Four

11 Marlo & the Magic Movie Machine


12 Daniel Foster, MD

17 RJ's Disco USA

33 Villa Alegre

45 Movie "Blondie's Big Deal"

48 Wild Wild West

11:00

3-4-8-11 Krofft Superstar Hour

12 Paint Along with Nancy Kominsky

17 NFL Game of the Week

33 Zoom

11:30

6-13-27 All-New Pink Panther

12 Economically Speaking

17 Movie "Private Eyes" (Bowery Boys)

33 Rebop

48 Movie "Justice of the West" (Lone Ranger)

Afternoon

noon

2 Tom & Jerry

3-4-8 Fabulous Funnies

5 Movie "More Than a Miracle"


6-13-27 Weekend Special "The Contest Kid"

10-15-21-43 Space Academy

11 Bewitched

12 French Chef

29 Bowling

33 Once Upon a Classic

45 Hopalong Cassidy

12:30

2-10-15-21-43 Fat Albert & the Cosby Kids

3-4-8 Baggy Pants & the Nitwits

6-27 American Bandstand

11 Soul Train

12 Crockett's Victory Garden

13 Blackpoint

33 Hodgepodge Lodge

45 Movie "Jungle Moon Men"

1:00

2 Caboose

3 Juke Box

4 Beth & Bower Half Hour

8 Country Music

10-15-21-43 Ark II

12 Soccer Made in Germany


13 Women Now

17 Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea

29 Wrestling

33 Studio See

48 Movie "The Day the Earth Froze"

1:26

10-15-21-43 In the News

1:30

2-10-15-21-43 30 Minutes

3 Questions & Answers

4 This Week in Baseball

6-13 College Football: regional coverage of Penn State-Ohio State/Baylor-Georgia/Syracuse-NC


State

8 That Good Ole Nashville Music

11 Adam-12

27 College Football: Penn State-Ohio State

33 Bluegrass at the Elizabethtown Music Hall

2:00

2 Ironside

3-4-8-11 Pre-Game Show

5 Movie "The Brain"

10 Movie "The Prize"

12 World Championship Chess


15-43 TBA

17 Movie "The Black Cat"

29 Movie "The Mountain Road"

45 Serial Theatre

2:15

3-4-8-11 Baseball: teams TBA

2:30

15-43 Rookies

45 Rifleman

48 Movie "Invasion of the Star Creatures"

3:00

2 My Three Sons

45 Racers

3:30

2 NFL Game of the Week

5 Ghost & Mrs Muir

15-43 Pop Goes the Country

17 Movie "The Deadly Mantis"

45 Formby's Workshop

4:00
2-15-43 In Search of...

5 Hot City Disco

12 Opera Theater "The World of Victor Herbert"

21 Jimmy Down Under

29 Kenner Classics

33 On Nature's Trail

45 Wrestling

48 Star Trek

4:30

2-10-15-21-43 CBS Sports Spectacular (Professional Underwater Sportsman's Competition/The


Cup horse race)

33 360

5:00

3 Coral Jungle

4 NFL Game of the Week

5 Soul Train

6-13-27 Wide World of Sports (details not listed)

8 World of Survival

11 Pinbusters

12 Turnabout

17 Wrestling

29 Movie "Last of the Badmen"

33 James Michener's World

45 Gilligan's Island
48 Emergency One!

5:30

4 In Search of...

8 Porter Wagoner

12 Evening at Pops

45 Gomer Pyle

Evening

6:00

2-3-4-8-10-11-21 News

5-48 Six Million Dollar Man

15-43 Wild Kingdom

17 Hee Haw

33 Lowell Thomas Remembers

45 I Dream of Jeannie

6:30

2-10-21 CBS News

3-4-8-11 NBC News

6-13-27 ABC News

12 Lowell Thomas Remembers

15-43 Match Game PM

33 Economically Speaking
45 Get Smart

6:59

6 PA Lottery Daily Number

7:00

2 $100,00 Name That Tune

3 In Search of...

4 Please Stand By

5 Andy Griffith

6-13 News

8 World of Women

10 Newlywed Game

11 Bowling for Dollars

12 Black Perspective on the News

15-43 Hee Haw

17 Movie "Trog"

21 PA Lottery Daily Number

27-48 Lawrence Welk

29 Rat Patrol

33 Soccer

45 Hogan's Heroes

7:01

21 Sha Na Na
7:30

3 Next Step Forward

4 Newscenter Forum

5 Brady Bunch

6 Prime Time

8 Our Hispanic Community

10 Tattletales

11 Comedy Shop

12 Person to Person

13 City Fair

21 Candid Camera

29 Sgt Bilko

45 I Love Lucy

8:00

2-10-15-21-43 Good Times (season premiere)

3 Meeting House: Candidates '78

4-8-11 CHiPs (season premiere)

5 Movie "the Long Voyage Home"

6-13-27 Carter Country (season premiere)

12-33 Great Performances "Joffrey Ballet"

29 Newsprobe

48 Movie "Julia Misbehaves"


8:30

3 Black Edition

29 Christian Cinema

9:00

2-10-15-21-43 Movie "The Islanders"

3-4-8-11 Movie "King Kong" (pt 1, conclusion aired following night)

6-13-27 Love Boat (season premiere)

12-33 Long Search (premiere, series explored world religions, with the premiere looking at
Protestantism)

17 Movie "Sergeant Rutledge"

29 Ernest Angley

45 Movie "Gentleman's Agreement"

10:00

5 News

6 Merv Griffin (no program info was listed for 13-27; was Love Boat a 2-hr season premiere, with
'PVI jumping overboard after the first hour?)

12-33 Movie "Port of Call"

29 PTL Club

48 Wayne Newton at Sea World

10:30

5 Black Reflections

11:00
2-3-4-6-8-10-11-13-21 News

5 Odd Couple

15-43 That's Hollywood

17 This Week in Baseball

27 ABC News

45 University of Maryland Football: vs Louisville

48 Monty Python's Flying Circus

11:15

27 Movie "And Then They Were None"

11:30

2 Movie "The Desperate Hours"

3-4-8-11 Saturday Night Live (host Steve Martin; guests Jackson Browne and Franken & Davis)

5 Movie "WUSA"

6 Movie: TBA

10 Movie "A Talent for Loving"

13 Movie "A Hole in the Head"

15 PTL Club

17 Alfred Hitchcock Presents (3-pack)

21 Ironside

48 Movie "Charlie Chan's Secret"

Late Night
midnight

12 Edgar Wallace Mystery Theater "Candidate for Murder"

29 Community Update

1:00

3 Soul Train

4 Don Kirshner's Rock COncert

8 News

11 FBI

17 700 Club

1:25

Movie "The Last Hunt"

1:30

5 Movie "Blockade"

6 Movie: TBA

21 News

45 Movie "Black Sunday"

1:50

13 News

2:00

11 News
13 ABC News

2:15

13 For the Record

2:30

4 Take Five with Stiller & Meara

17 Delaware Valley Forum

2:45

13 Movie "The Saint in London"

3:00

6 ABC News

45 Serial Theatre

3:15

45 News

3:20

5 Movie "One Tooth of Venus" (followed by "The Navy Comes Through" at 5am)

3:25

10 Movie "It Started with a Kiss"

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Quote Originally Posted by Bluenoser

9:00

11 Hot Fudge

9:30

48 Hot Fudge

I remember that show! "It's the Hot Fudge show comin' up..."

10:30

17 RJ's Disco USA

Couldn't care less about that one, though... ;D

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Re: Retro: Susquehanna Valley, PA Sat, Sept 16, 1978

Quote Originally Posted by Bluenoser

10:00

6 Merv Griffin (no program info was listed for 13-27; was Love Boat a 2-hr season premiere, with
'PVI jumping overboard after the first hour?)

Maybe 13 and 27 had the debut (?) of "Fantasy Island"; they just forgot to list it.

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Re: Retro: Susquehanna Valley, PA Sat, Sept 16, 1978

Quote Originally Posted by Bluenoser

from Lancaster Sunday News

2 WMAR-CBS Baltimore

3 KYW-NBC Philadelphia

4 WRC-NBC Washington

5 WTTG-Ind Washington

6 WPVI-ABC Philadelphia

8 WGAL-NBC Lancaster

10 WCAU-CBS Philadelphia
11 WBAL-NBC Baltimore

12 WHYY-PBS Wilmington/Philadelphia

13 WJZ-ABC Baltimore

15 WLYH-CBS Lancaster/Lebanon

17 WPHL-Ind Philadelphia

21 WHP-CBS Harrisburg

27 WTPA-ABC Harrisburg

29 WTAF-Ind Philadelphia

33 WITF-PBS Hershey

43 WSBA-CBS York

45 WBFF-Ind Baltimore

48 WKBS-Ind Philadelphia

Morning

5:00

5 Movie "Flight for Freedom" cont'd

5:05

10 Joel A. Spivak

5:50

10 Agricultural News

6:00
3 Consultation

6 Farm, Home & Garden

10 Summer Semester

13 Sign-On Seminar

6:30

2-21 Summer Semester

3 International Zone

4 One on One

5 Vegetable Soup

6 Chief Halftown

8 Lone Ranger

10 Groupview

11 Learning to Read

13 Villa Alegre

15 Farm, Home & Garden

17 Delaware Valley Forum

7:00

2-10-15 What's New, Mr Magoo?

3 Carrascolendas

4 Knowledge

5 Casper

6 Animals, Animals, Animals

8 Sunshine Corners
11 A Better Way

13 Big Blue Marble

17 700 Club

45 Cartoons

7:15

45 Vegetable Soup

7:30

2 Woody Woodpecker

3 Challenge

4 Big Blue Marble

5 Newsbag

6 Captain Noah & the Magical Ark

8 Land of the Lost

10 Marlo & the Magic Movie Machine

11 Garden Living

13 Sunshine Kids

15 Clue Club (premiere)

21 We Help People

33 Sesame Street

7:45

45 Three Score & More


7:50

29 Community Update

7:56

15 In the News

8:00

2-15-21-43 Popeye Hour

3-4-8 Yogi's Space Race

5 Porky Pig

10 Gene London

11 At Home in Maryland

29 For You...Black Woman

45 Open Wide-A Look at Dentistry

8:15

45 Dept of Social Services

8:30

5 Jetsons

6-13-27 Fangface

11 Brady Bunch

12-33 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

17 Gerald Derstine Shares

29 Movie "Creeping Terror"


45 Community Relations Commission

48 On Target

8:45

45 Urban Services Agency

9:00

2-10-15-21-43 Bugs Bunny/Road Runner

5 Flintstones

6-13-27 Challenge of the Superfriends

11 Hot Fudge

12-33 Sesame Street

17 Dr Thea F. Jones

45 Movie "In Fast Company" (Bowery Boys)

48 Amazing Grace Bible School

9:30

3-4-8-11 Godzilla Power Hour

5 Laurel & Hardy Laughtoons

17 America's Black Forum

48 Hot Fudge

10:00

5 Movie "The Hunchback of Notre Dame"

6-13-27 Scooby's All-Stars


12 TV Garden Club

17 Life Around Us

29 Movie "Lion of Thebes"

33 Electric Company

48 Big Blue Marble

10:30

2-10-15-21-43 Tarzan & the Super Seven

3-4-8 Fantastic Four

11 Marlo & the Magic Movie Machine

12 Daniel Foster, MD

17 RJ's Disco USA

33 Villa Alegre

45 Movie "Blondie's Big Deal"

48 Wild Wild West

11:00

3-4-8-11 Krofft Superstar Hour

12 Paint Along with Nancy Kominsky

17 NFL Game of the Week

33 Zoom

11:30

6-13-27 All-New Pink Panther

12 Economically Speaking
17 Movie "Private Eyes" (Bowery Boys)

33 Rebop

48 Movie "Justice of the West" (Lone Ranger)

Afternoon

noon

2 Tom & Jerry

3-4-8 Fabulous Funnies

5 Movie "More Than a Miracle"

6-13-27 Weekend Special "The Contest Kid"

10-15-21-43 Space Academy

11 Bewitched

12 French Chef

29 Bowling

33 Once Upon a Classic

45 Hopalong Cassidy

12:30

2-10-15-21-43 Fat Albert & the Cosby Kids

3-4-8 Baggy Pants & the Nitwits

6-27 American Bandstand

11 Soul Train

12 Crockett's Victory Garden

13 Blackpoint
33 Hodgepodge Lodge

45 Movie "Jungle Moon Men"

1:00

2 Caboose

3 Juke Box

4 Beth & Bower Half Hour

8 Country Music

10-15-21-43 Ark II

12 Soccer Made in Germany

13 Women Now

17 Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea

29 Wrestling

33 Studio See

48 Movie "The Day the Earth Froze"

1:26

10-15-21-43 In the News

1:30

2-10-15-21-43 30 Minutes

3 Questions & Answers

4 This Week in Baseball

6-13 College Football: regional coverage of Penn State-Ohio State/Baylor-Georgia/Syracuse-NC


State

8 That Good Ole Nashville Music


11 Adam-12

27 College Football: Penn State-Ohio State

33 Bluegrass at the Elizabethtown Music Hall

2:00

2 Ironside

3-4-8-11 Pre-Game Show

5 Movie "The Brain"

10 Movie "The Prize"

12 World Championship Chess

15-43 TBA

17 Movie "The Black Cat"

29 Movie "The Mountain Road"

45 Serial Theatre

2:15

3-4-8-11 Baseball: teams TBA

2:30

15-43 Rookies

45 Rifleman

48 Movie "Invasion of the Star Creatures"

3:00

2 My Three Sons
45 Racers

3:30

2 NFL Game of the Week

5 Ghost & Mrs Muir

15-43 Pop Goes the Country

17 Movie "The Deadly Mantis"

45 Formby's Workshop

4:00

2-15-43 In Search of...

5 Hot City Disco

12 Opera Theater "The World of Victor Herbert"

21 Jimmy Down Under

29 Kenner Classics

33 On Nature's Trail

45 Wrestling

48 Star Trek

4:30

2-10-15-21-43 CBS Sports Spectacular (Professional Underwater Sportsman's Competition/The


Cup horse race)

33 360

5:00

3 Coral Jungle
4 NFL Game of the Week

5 Soul Train

6-13-27 Wide World of Sports (details not listed)

8 World of Survival

11 Pinbusters

12 Turnabout

17 Wrestling

29 Movie "Last of the Badmen"

33 James Michener's World

45 Gilligan's Island

48 Emergency One!

5:30

4 In Search of...

8 Porter Wagoner

12 Evening at Pops

45 Gomer Pyle

Evening

6:00

2-3-4-8-10-11-21 News

5-48 Six Million Dollar Man

15-43 Wild Kingdom

17 Hee Haw
33 Lowell Thomas Remembers

45 I Dream of Jeannie

6:30

2-10-21 CBS News

3-4-8-11 NBC News

6-13-27 ABC News

12 Lowell Thomas Remembers

15-43 Match Game PM

33 Economically Speaking

45 Get Smart

6:59

6 PA Lottery Daily Number

7:00

2 $100,00 Name That Tune

3 In Search of...

4 Please Stand By

5 Andy Griffith

6-13 News

8 World of Women

10 Newlywed Game

11 Bowling for Dollars

12 Black Perspective on the News


15-43 Hee Haw

17 Movie "Trog"

21 PA Lottery Daily Number

27-48 Lawrence Welk

29 Rat Patrol

33 Soccer

45 Hogan's Heroes

7:01

21 Sha Na Na

7:30

3 Next Step Forward

4 Newscenter Forum

5 Brady Bunch

6 Prime Time

8 Our Hispanic Community

10 Tattletales

11 Comedy Shop

12 Person to Person

13 City Fair

21 Candid Camera

29 Sgt Bilko

45 I Love Lucy
8:00

2-10-15-21-43 Good Times (season premiere)

3 Meeting House: Candidates '78

4-8-11 CHiPs (season premiere)

5 Movie "the Long Voyage Home"

6-13-27 Carter Country (season premiere)

12-33 Great Performances "Joffrey Ballet"

29 Newsprobe

48 Movie "Julia Misbehaves"

8:30

3 Black Edition

29 Christian Cinema

9:00

2-10-15-21-43 Movie "The Islanders"

3-4-8-11 Movie "King Kong" (pt 1, conclusion aired following night)

6-13-27 Love Boat (season premiere)

12-33 Long Search (premiere, series explored world religions, with the premiere looking at
Protestantism)

17 Movie "Sergeant Rutledge"

29 Ernest Angley

45 Movie "Gentleman's Agreement"

10:00

5 News
6 Merv Griffin (no program info was listed for 13-27; was Love Boat a 2-hr season premiere, with
'PVI jumping overboard after the first hour?)

12-33 Movie "Port of Call"

29 PTL Club

48 Wayne Newton at Sea World

10:30

5 Black Reflections

11:00

2-3-4-6-8-10-11-13-21 News

5 Odd Couple

15-43 That's Hollywood

17 This Week in Baseball

27 ABC News

45 University of Maryland Football: vs Louisville

48 Monty Python's Flying Circus

11:15

27 Movie "And Then They Were None"

11:30

2 Movie "The Desperate Hours"

3-4-8-11 Saturday Night Live (host Steve Martin; guests Jackson Browne and Franken & Davis)

5 Movie "WUSA"

6 Movie: TBA
10 Movie "A Talent for Loving"

13 Movie "A Hole in the Head"

15 PTL Club

17 Alfred Hitchcock Presents (3-pack)

21 Ironside

48 Movie "Charlie Chan's Secret"

Late Night

midnight

12 Edgar Wallace Mystery Theater "Candidate for Murder"

29 Community Update

1:00

3 Soul Train

4 Don Kirshner's Rock COncert

8 News

11 FBI

17 700 Club

1:25

Movie "The Last Hunt"

1:30

5 Movie "Blockade"
6 Movie: TBA

21 News

45 Movie "Black Sunday"

1:50

13 News

2:00

11 News

13 ABC News

2:15

13 For the Record

2:30

4 Take Five with Stiller & Meara

17 Delaware Valley Forum

2:45

13 Movie "The Saint in London"

3:00

6 ABC News

45 Serial Theatre
3:15

45 News

3:20

5 Movie "One Tooth of Venus" (followed by "The Navy Comes Through" at 5am)

3:25

10 Movie "It Started with a Kiss"

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Re: Retro: Monday, February 5, 1962

Quote Originally Posted by Classictv

WATE-TV 6 (NBC; now ABC)

6:00am Continental Classroom

6:30am Continental Classroom

7:00am Today

9:00am Children & Science

9:30am Homemakers Show

10:00am Say When

10:30am Play Your Hunch

11:00am Price Is Right

11:30am Concentration

12:00pm Your First Impression


12:30pm Truth Or Consequences

12:55pm NBC News

1:00pm News And Movie

2:30pm Loretta Young

3:00pm Young Dr. Malone

3:30pm Our Five Daughters

4:00pm Make Room For Daddy

4:30pm Here's Hollywood

4:55pm NBC News

5:00pm Kukla And Ollie

5:05pm Popeye

5:30pm Huckleberry Hound

6:00pm News And Weather

6:15pm Everglades

6:45pm The Huntley/Brinkley Report

7:00pm The Aquanauts

8:00pm National Velvet

8:30pm About Time

9:30pm Hallmark Hall Of Fame

11:00pm News

11:30pm Jack Paar

WBIR-TV 10 (CBS; now NBC)

6:00am College Of The Air

6:30am Farm And Home Hour


8:00am Captain Kangaroo

9:00am UT Telecourse

9:30am Birthday Dog

9:45am Stop, Look, Listen

10:00am Calendar

10:30am I Love Lucy

11:00am Video Village

11:30am Your Surprise Package

11:55am CBS News

12:00pm Love Of Life

12:30pm Search For Tomorrow

12:45pm The Guiding Light

1:00pm Best Of Groucho

1:30pm As The World Turns

2:00pm The Edge Of Night

2:30pm Art Linkletter's House Party

3:00pm Millionaire

3:30pm Verdict Is Yours

3:55pm CBS News

4:00pm Brighter Day

4:15p Secret Storm

4:30pm Early Show

6:00pm Three Stooges

6:15pm Johnston News

6:30pm Highway Patrol


7:00pm Wyatt Earp

7:30pm To Tell The Truth

8:00pm Pete & Gladys

8:30pm Window On Main Street

9:00pm Danny Thomas

9:30pm The Andy Griffith Show

10:00pm Hennesey

10:30pm I've Got A Secret

11:00pm News And Weather

11:15pm Late Show

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Re: Retro: Knoxville Thursday, July 4, 1991

Quote Originally Posted by Bluenoser

from Lancaster Sunday News

2 WMAR-CBS Baltimore

3 KYW-NBC Philadelphia

4 WRC-NBC Washington
5 WTTG-Ind Washington

6 WPVI-ABC Philadelphia

8 WGAL-NBC Lancaster

10 WCAU-CBS Philadelphia

11 WBAL-NBC Baltimore

12 WHYY-PBS Wilmington/Philadelphia

13 WJZ-ABC Baltimore

15 WLYH-CBS Lancaster/Lebanon

17 WPHL-Ind Philadelphia

21 WHP-CBS Harrisburg

27 WTPA-ABC Harrisburg

29 WTAF-Ind Philadelphia

33 WITF-PBS Hershey

43 WSBA-CBS York

45 WBFF-Ind Baltimore

48 WKBS-Ind Philadelphia

Morning

5:00

5 Movie "Flight for Freedom" cont'd

5:05

10 Joel A. Spivak
5:50

10 Agricultural News

6:00

3 Consultation

6 Farm, Home & Garden

10 Summer Semester

13 Sign-On Seminar

6:30

2-21 Summer Semester

3 International Zone

4 One on One

5 Vegetable Soup

6 Chief Halftown

8 Lone Ranger

10 Groupview

11 Learning to Read

13 Villa Alegre

15 Farm, Home & Garden

17 Delaware Valley Forum

7:00

2-10-15 What's New, Mr Magoo?

3 Carrascolendas
4 Knowledge

5 Casper

6 Animals, Animals, Animals

8 Sunshine Corners

11 A Better Way

13 Big Blue Marble

17 700 Club

45 Cartoons

7:15

45 Vegetable Soup

7:30

2 Woody Woodpecker

3 Challenge

4 Big Blue Marble

5 Newsbag

6 Captain Noah & the Magical Ark

8 Land of the Lost

10 Marlo & the Magic Movie Machine

11 Garden Living

13 Sunshine Kids

15 Clue Club (premiere)

21 We Help People

33 Sesame Street
7:45

45 Three Score & More

7:50

29 Community Update

7:56

15 In the News

8:00

2-15-21-43 Popeye Hour

3-4-8 Yogi's Space Race

5 Porky Pig

10 Gene London

11 At Home in Maryland

29 For You...Black Woman

45 Open Wide-A Look at Dentistry

8:15

45 Dept of Social Services

8:30

5 Jetsons

6-13-27 Fangface
11 Brady Bunch

12-33 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

17 Gerald Derstine Shares

29 Movie "Creeping Terror"

45 Community Relations Commission

48 On Target

8:45

45 Urban Services Agency

9:00

2-10-15-21-43 Bugs Bunny/Road Runner

5 Flintstones

6-13-27 Challenge of the Superfriends

11 Hot Fudge

12-33 Sesame Street

17 Dr Thea F. Jones

45 Movie "In Fast Company" (Bowery Boys)

48 Amazing Grace Bible School

9:30

3-4-8-11 Godzilla Power Hour

5 Laurel & Hardy Laughtoons

17 America's Black Forum

48 Hot Fudge
10:00

5 Movie "The Hunchback of Notre Dame"

6-13-27 Scooby's All-Stars

12 TV Garden Club

17 Life Around Us

29 Movie "Lion of Thebes"

33 Electric Company

48 Big Blue Marble

10:30

2-10-15-21-43 Tarzan & the Super Seven

3-4-8 Fantastic Four

11 Marlo & the Magic Movie Machine

12 Daniel Foster, MD

17 RJ's Disco USA

33 Villa Alegre

45 Movie "Blondie's Big Deal"

48 Wild Wild West

11:00

3-4-8-11 Krofft Superstar Hour

12 Paint Along with Nancy Kominsky

17 NFL Game of the Week

33 Zoom
11:30

6-13-27 All-New Pink Panther

12 Economically Speaking

17 Movie "Private Eyes" (Bowery Boys)

33 Rebop

48 Movie "Justice of the West" (Lone Ranger)

Afternoon

noon

2 Tom & Jerry

3-4-8 Fabulous Funnies

5 Movie "More Than a Miracle"

6-13-27 Weekend Special "The Contest Kid"

10-15-21-43 Space Academy

11 Bewitched

12 French Chef

29 Bowling

33 Once Upon a Classic

45 Hopalong Cassidy

12:30

2-10-15-21-43 Fat Albert & the Cosby Kids

3-4-8 Baggy Pants & the Nitwits


6-27 American Bandstand

11 Soul Train

12 Crockett's Victory Garden

13 Blackpoint

33 Hodgepodge Lodge

45 Movie "Jungle Moon Men"

1:00

2 Caboose

3 Juke Box

4 Beth & Bower Half Hour

8 Country Music

10-15-21-43 Ark II

12 Soccer Made in Germany

13 Women Now

17 Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea

29 Wrestling

33 Studio See

48 Movie "The Day the Earth Froze"

1:26

10-15-21-43 In the News

1:30

2-10-15-21-43 30 Minutes
3 Questions & Answers

4 This Week in Baseball

6-13 College Football: regional coverage of Penn State-Ohio State/Baylor-Georgia/Syracuse-NC


State

8 That Good Ole Nashville Music

11 Adam-12

27 College Football: Penn State-Ohio State

33 Bluegrass at the Elizabethtown Music Hall

2:00

2 Ironside

3-4-8-11 Pre-Game Show

5 Movie "The Brain"

10 Movie "The Prize"

12 World Championship Chess

15-43 TBA

17 Movie "The Black Cat"

29 Movie "The Mountain Road"

45 Serial Theatre

2:15

3-4-8-11 Baseball: teams TBA

2:30

15-43 Rookies

45 Rifleman
48 Movie "Invasion of the Star Creatures"

3:00

2 My Three Sons

45 Racers

3:30

2 NFL Game of the Week

5 Ghost & Mrs Muir

15-43 Pop Goes the Country

17 Movie "The Deadly Mantis"

45 Formby's Workshop

4:00

2-15-43 In Search of...

5 Hot City Disco

12 Opera Theater "The World of Victor Herbert"

21 Jimmy Down Under

29 Kenner Classics

33 On Nature's Trail

45 Wrestling

48 Star Trek

4:30

2-10-15-21-43 CBS Sports Spectacular (Professional Underwater Sportsman's Competition/The


Cup horse race)
33 360

5:00

3 Coral Jungle

4 NFL Game of the Week

5 Soul Train

6-13-27 Wide World of Sports (details not listed)

8 World of Survival

11 Pinbusters

12 Turnabout

17 Wrestling

29 Movie "Last of the Badmen"

33 James Michener's World

45 Gilligan's Island

48 Emergency One!

5:30

4 In Search of...

8 Porter Wagoner

12 Evening at Pops

45 Gomer Pyle

Evening

6:00
2-3-4-8-10-11-21 News

5-48 Six Million Dollar Man

15-43 Wild Kingdom

17 Hee Haw

33 Lowell Thomas Remembers

45 I Dream of Jeannie

6:30

2-10-21 CBS News

3-4-8-11 NBC News

6-13-27 ABC News

12 Lowell Thomas Remembers

15-43 Match Game PM

33 Economically Speaking

45 Get Smart

6:59

6 PA Lottery Daily Number

7:00

2 $100,00 Name That Tune

3 In Search of...

4 Please Stand By

5 Andy Griffith

6-13 News
8 World of Women

10 Newlywed Game

11 Bowling for Dollars

12 Black Perspective on the News

15-43 Hee Haw

17 Movie "Trog"

21 PA Lottery Daily Number

27-48 Lawrence Welk

29 Rat Patrol

33 Soccer

45 Hogan's Heroes

7:01

21 Sha Na Na

7:30

3 Next Step Forward

4 Newscenter Forum

5 Brady Bunch

6 Prime Time

8 Our Hispanic Community

10 Tattletales

11 Comedy Shop

12 Person to Person

13 City Fair
21 Candid Camera

29 Sgt Bilko

45 I Love Lucy

8:00

2-10-15-21-43 Good Times (season premiere)

3 Meeting House: Candidates '78

4-8-11 CHiPs (season premiere)

5 Movie "the Long Voyage Home"

6-13-27 Carter Country (season premiere)

12-33 Great Performances "Joffrey Ballet"

29 Newsprobe

48 Movie "Julia Misbehaves"

8:30

3 Black Edition

29 Christian Cinema

9:00

2-10-15-21-43 Movie "The Islanders"

3-4-8-11 Movie "King Kong" (pt 1, conclusion aired following night)

6-13-27 Love Boat (season premiere)

12-33 Long Search (premiere, series explored world religions, with the premiere looking at
Protestantism)

17 Movie "Sergeant Rutledge"

29 Ernest Angley
45 Movie "Gentleman's Agreement"

10:00

5 News

6 Merv Griffin (no program info was listed for 13-27; was Love Boat a 2-hr season premiere, with
'PVI jumping overboard after the first hour?)

12-33 Movie "Port of Call"

29 PTL Club

48 Wayne Newton at Sea World

10:30

5 Black Reflections

11:00

2-3-4-6-8-10-11-13-21 News

5 Odd Couple

15-43 That's Hollywood

17 This Week in Baseball

27 ABC News

45 University of Maryland Football: vs Louisville

48 Monty Python's Flying Circus

11:15

27 Movie "And Then They Were None"

11:30
2 Movie "The Desperate Hours"

3-4-8-11 Saturday Night Live (host Steve Martin; guests Jackson Browne and Franken & Davis)

5 Movie "WUSA"

6 Movie: TBA

10 Movie "A Talent for Loving"

13 Movie "A Hole in the Head"

15 PTL Club

17 Alfred Hitchcock Presents (3-pack)

21 Ironside

48 Movie "Charlie Chan's Secret"

Late Night

midnight

12 Edgar Wallace Mystery Theater "Candidate for Murder"

29 Community Update

1:00

3 Soul Train

4 Don Kirshner's Rock COncert

8 News

11 FBI

17 700 Club

1:25
Movie "The Last Hunt"

1:30

5 Movie "Blockade"

6 Movie: TBA

21 News

45 Movie "Black Sunday"

1:50

13 News

2:00

11 News

13 ABC News

2:15

13 For the Record

2:30

4 Take Five with Stiller & Meara

17 Delaware Valley Forum

2:45

13 Movie "The Saint in London"


3:00

6 ABC News

45 Serial Theatre

3:15

45 News

3:20

5 Movie "One Tooth of Venus" (followed by "The Navy Comes Through" at 5am)

3:25

10 Movie "It Started with a Kiss"

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Re: Retro: Knoxville Thursday, July 4, 1991

Quote Originally Posted by classictv

WATE-TV 6 (ABC)

6:00am News (I assume that this is either a local newscast or a network newscast)

7:00am Good Morning America

9:00am The Joan Rivers Show

10:00am Magnum P.I.


11:00am Welcome Home Parade (The 12:00pm local news is not seen)

1:00pm All My Children

2:00pm One Life To Live

3:00pm General Hospital

4:00pm The Facts of Life

4:30pm Gomer Pyle, USMC

5:00pm The Cosby Show

5:30pm The Andy Griffith Show

6:00pm Eyewitness News

6:30pm ABC World News Tonight

7:00pm Who's The Boss

7:30pm The Cosby Show

8:00pm Father Dowling Mysteries

9:00pm Gabriel's Fire

10:00pm Koppel Report

11:00pm Eyewitness News

11:35pm Nightline

12:05am Into The Night

1:05am The Facts of Life

1:35am Off air

WKXT-TV 8 (CBS; now WVLT-TV 8)

6:00am CBS News

6:30am CBS News


7:00am CBS This Morning

9:00am Live with Regis and Kathie Lee

10:00am Designing Women

10:30am Family Feud

11:00am The Price Is Right

12:00pm Noonday

12:30pm The Young & The Restless

1:30pm Bold and the Beautiful

2:00pm As The World Turns

3:00pm Guiding Light

4:00pm Highway To Heaven

5:00pm M*A*S*H

5:30pm Inside Edition

6:00pm News 8

6:30pm CBS Evening News

7:00pm A Current Affair

7:30pm The Golden Girls

8:00pm Disney's Great American Celebration

10:00pm Bob Simon: Back To Baghdad

11:00pm Night Court

11:30pm Arsenio Hall

12:30am Party

1:00am Personalities

1:30am Off air


WBIR-TV 10 (NBC)

6:00am NBC News

6:30am Action 10 News Today

7:00am Today

9:00am Donahue

10:00am Sally Jesse Raphael

11:00am Hail The Heroes Parade (The 12:00pm local news is not seen)

1:00pm Wimbledon Tennis

5:00pm Family Feud

5:30pm Jeopardy!

6:00pm Action 10 News

6:30pm NBC Nightly News

7:00pm Entertainment Tonight

7:30pm Pee-wee's Ragtime Band

8:00pm The Cosby Show

8:30pm A Different World

9:00pm Cheers

9:30pm Wings

10:00pm L.A. Law

11:00pm Action 10 News

11:35pm The Tonight Show

12:35am Wimbledon Tennis

2:35am Action 10 News (repeat)

3:05am CNN Headline News


WBU-TV 12* (IND; now WFEM-TV 12)

6:00am Movie: "Berlin Express" (movie continued from 5:00am)

7:00am Exercise

7:30am Gaudino

8:00am Movie: "Red Lights Ahead" (1937)

9:30am Another Life

10:00am The 700 Club

11:00am Heart

11:30am McDowell

12:00pm Movie: "West of the Law" (1942)

1:30pm Sunshine Factory

2:00pm Just Kids

2:30pm McDowell

3:00pm Cope

4:00pm Dry Gulch

4:30pm Kids Like You

5:00pm Studio Seven

5:30pm Sportsman

6:00pm Home Net News

6:30pm Snapshots

7:00pm Quantum Market

7:30pm Journey Adventures

8:00pm Movie: "South Of Texas" (1939)


10:00pm Fantastic Journey

11:00pm Flying Nun

11:30pm Dance

12:00am Get Wet

1:00am Today's World

2:30am Books

3:00am Movie: "Johnny Angel" (1945)

4:30am Third Man

WKOP-TV 15 (PBS; same programs simulcasted on WSJK-TV 2)

7:00am AM Weather

7:30am Magic

8:00am Body Electric

8:30am Secret City

9:00am Sesame Street

10:00am Mister Rogers Neighborhhood

10:30am Reading Rainbow

11:00am 3-2-1 Contact

11:30am Collectors

12:00pm Bradshaw On Homecoming

1:00pm Alexander

1:30pm Sewing

2:00pm Scholars Bowl

2:30pm GED
3:00pm Painting

3:30pm Sesame Street

4:30pm Mister Rogers Neighborhood

5:00pm Reading Rainbow

5:30pm 3-2-1 Contact

6:00pm Acrylic Art Is Fun

6:30pm Inside Money

7:00pm The MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour

8:00pm Capital Fourth

9:30pm Mystery: "Rumpole of the Bailey" (Part 2 of 6)

10:30pm Of Monuments and Myths

11:00pm Veterans Only

11:30pm Off air

WKCH-TV 43 (FOX; now WTNZ-TV 43)

6:00am Academy

6:30am G.I. Joe

7:00am Muppets

7:30am Gummi Bears

8:00am Alvin and the Chipmunks

8:30am Ducktales

9:00am Tiny Toon Adventures

9:30am Leave It To Beaver

10:00am Happy Days


10:30am Silver Spoons

11:00am Micro Diet

11:30am Larry Lea

12:00pm The 700 Club

1:00pm The Judge

1:30pm The People's Court

2:00pm Peter Pan

2:30pm Ghostbusters

3:00pm Woody Woodpecker

3:30pm Chip 'N' Dale's Rescue Rangers

4:00pm Tale Spin

4:30pm Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

5:00pm Charles In Charge

5:30pm Mr. Belvedere

6:00pm Knight Rider

7:00pm Star Trek

8:00pm The Simpsons

8:30pm True Colors

9:00pm Beverly Hills, 90210

10:00pm Hunter

11:00pm Hogan's Heroes

11:30pm Fly By Night

12:30am Movie: "Through Naked Eyes" (1983)

2:30am Off air


Retro: Greensboro/Charlotte/Raleigh/Roanoke Friday, September 14, 1962

From the Greensboro Daily News. WARNING:

Some of these listings are going to be a little

vague.

GREENSBORO/WINSTON-SALEM

WFMY Ch. 2 (CBS/ABC)

6:30 Americans At Work

6:45 RFD Piedmont

7 AM Good Morning

8 AM Captain Kangaroo

9 AM Devotions

9:15 Second Breakfast

9:30 What's Cooking Today

9:55 News

10 AM Calendar

10:30 I Love Lucy

11 AM Verdict Is Yours

11:30 Brighter Day

11:55 CBS News--Harry Reasoner

12 N Love Of Life

12:30 Search For Tomorrow

12:45 Guiding Light


1 PM Best Of Groucho

1:30 As The World Turns

2 PM Password

2:30 Art Linkletter's House Party

3 PM TV Matinee

3:30 To Tell The Truth

3:55 CBS News--Douglas Edwards

4 PM Secret Storm

4:30 Edge Of Night

5 PM Old Rebel And Pecos Pete

5:30 Huckleberry Hound

6 PM Sea Hunt

6:30 Your Esso Reporter

6:40 Duke Power Weatherman

6:45 CBS News--Walter Cronkite

7 PM Law Of The Plainsman (ABC show

delayed from Monday 8:30)

7:30 Rawhide

8:30 Route 66

9:30 Third Man

10 PM Twilight Zone

10:30 Eyewitness

11 PM Atlantic Weatherman

11:05 News

11:15 Sports Final


11:25 Movie: "All My Sons"

WSJS (WXII) Ch. 12 (NBC/ABC)

7 AM Today

9 AM Yesterday's Newsreel

9:15 Debbie Drake

9:30 People Are Funny

10 AM Say When

10:30 Play Your Hunch (color)

11 AM Price Is Right (color)

11:30 Concentration

12 N Your First Impression

12:30 Truth Or Consequences

12:55 NBC News--Edwin Newman

1 PM This Afternoon

1:30 Tennessee Ernie Ford (ABC show

delayed from 11 AM)

2 PM Jan Murray (color)

2:25 NBC News--Floyd Kalber

2:30 Loretta Young Theater

3 PM Young Dr. Malone

3:30 Our Five Daughters

4 PM Make Room For Daddy

4:30 Here's Hollywood


4:55 NBC News--Sander Vanocur

5 PM Bob Gordon

5:30 Bat Masterson

6 PM Peter Gunn

6:30 Weather

6:35 Sports

6:40 News

6:45 Huntley-Brinkley Report

7 PM Flintstones (ABC, 8:30)

7:30 International Showtime

8:30 Robert Taylor's Detectives

9:30 Story Of Will Rogers

10:30 Pre-Election Special: "Anatomy

Of The House" (Part 1)

11 PM News, Sports, Weather

11:15 Tonight Show (color)

CHARLOTTE

WBTV Ch. 3 (CBS/ABC)

6:20 Daily Word

6:30 Fun House

6:50 Farm Report

7 AM Carolina Calling
7:55 News

8 AM Captain Kangaroo

9 AM Romper Room

9:45 Foot In The Door (not to be

confused with a 1983 sitcom)

10 AM Calendar

10:30 Jane Wyman (ABC, noon)

11 AM Tennessee Ernie Ford

11:30 Brighter Day

11:55 CBS News

12 N Love Of Life

12:30 Search For Tomorrow

12:45 Guiding Light

1 PM Betty Feezor

1:30 As The World Turns

2 PM Gale Storm

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 Three Ring Circus

6 PM Whirlybirds

6:30 Esso Reporter


6:40 Weather

6:45 CBS News

7 PM Death Valley Days

7:30 Rawhide

8:30 Route 66

9:30 Beachcomber

10 PM Twilight Zone

10:30 Eyewitness

11 PM Weather, News, Sports

11:15 Movie (no title given)

WSOC Ch. 9 (NBC/ABC)

6:45 Farm Report

7 AM Today

9 AM Debbie Drake

9:15 Comedy Time (don't know if these

are cartoons, Stooges, Rascals, or

what)

10 AM Say When

10:30 Play Your Hunch

11 AM Price Is Right

11:30 Concentration

12 N News

12:15 Movie (no title given)


2 PM Jan Murray

2:25 NBC News

2:30 Loretta Young

3 PM Young Dr. Malone

3:30 Our Five Daughters

4 PM Make Room For Daddy

4:30 Ramar Of The Jungle

5 PM Clown Carnival

6 PM Deputy Dawg

6:30 News

6:40 Weather

6:45 Huntley-Brinkley Report

7 PM The Law And Mr. Jones (ABC,

Thursday 9:30)

7:30 International Showtime

8:30 Flintstones

9 PM Medicine (nothing else given)

10 PM Target: The Corruptors (ABC)

11 PM News

11:30 Tonight Show

1 AM Movie (no title given)

RALEIGH/DURHAM

WUNC Ch. 4 (NET)


9 AM U.S. History

9:30 Physical Science

10 AM World History

10:30 Mathematics

off until 7 PM

7 PM What's New

7:30 Live And Learn

8 PM Age Of Kings

WRAL Ch. 5 (ABC/NBC)

6:30 Aspect

7 AM Today

9 AM Bozo The Clown

9:55 News

10 AM Time Out

10:30 Play Your Hunch

11 AM Tennessee Ernie Ford

11:30 Yours For A Song

12 N Jane Wyman

12:30 Camouflage

12:55 ABC News--Alex Dreier

1 PM Queen For A Day (delay from

3 PM)
1:30 Who Do You Trust? (delay from

3:30)

2 PM Day In Court

2:30 Seven Keys

3 PM Young Dr. Malone

3:30 Our Five Daughters

4 PM American Bandstand

4:50 American Newsstand

5 PM Cap'n Five

5:30 Amos 'n' Andy (it was still allowed then)

6 PM Sports

6:20 Viewpoint (Jesse Helms)

6:25 Weather

6:30 Stateline

6:45 ABC News--Ron Cochran

7 PM Bugs Bunny (delay from Tuesday 7:30)

7:30 Roaring '20s

8:30 Flintstones

9 PM 77 Sunset Strip

10 PM Target: The Corruptors

11 PM ABC News (don't remember who anchored

then, but Murphy Martin came later)

11:10 Dateline

11:20 Movie (no title given)


WTVD Ch. 11 (CBS/NBC)

6:25 Sports

6:55 News

7 AM Morning Jamboree

7:55 News

8 AM Captain Kangaroo

9 AM Cartoon Shop

10 AM Say When

10:30 I Love Lucy

11 AM Price Is Right

11:30 Concentration

12 N Love Of Life

12:30 Truth Or Consequences

12:55 NBC News

1 PM Peggy Mann

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 Fun Hour
6 PM The Lively Ones (NBC, Thursday

9:30)

6:30 Esso Reporter

6:40 Weather

6:45 CBS News

7 PM 1969 (a special of some sort)

7:30 Rawhide

8:30 Route 66

9:30 Father Of The Bride

10 PM Special (nothing given)

11 PM 11th Hour Report

11:15 Tonight Show

ROANOKE/LYNCHBURG

WDBJ Ch. 7 (CBS)

6:30 News

6:35 Top O' The Morning

7:55 News

8 AM Light Of Life

8:15 Captain Kangaroo

9 AM Cartoons

9:30 Artie Levin

10 AM Calendar
10:30 I Love Lucy

11 AM Verdict Is Yours

11:30 Brighter Day

11:55 CBS News

12 N Love Of Life

12:30 Search For Tomorrow

12:45 Guiding Light

1 PM Gregory's (anyone from Virginia

know about this one?)

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 (no title given)

6:30 News

6:40 Weather

6:45 CBS News

7 PM Highway Patrol

7:30 Rawhide

8:30 Route 66

9:30 Father Of The Bride


10 PM Twilight Zone

10:30 Eyewitness

11 PM Night Watch

11:30 Movie (no title given)

WSLS Ch. 10 (NBC)

6 AM Alphabet

6:30 Hawaii

7 AM Today

9 AM Profile

9:30 Cactus Joe

10 AM Say When

10:30 Play Your Hunch

11 AM Price Is Right

11:30 Concentration

12 N Your First Impression

12:30 Movie (no title given)

2 PM Jan Murray

2:25 NBC News

2:30 Loretta Young

3 PM Young Dr. Malone

3:30 Our Five Daughters

4 PM Make Room For Daddy

4:30 Here's Hollywood


4:55 NBC News

5 PM Uncle Looney

5:30 Huckleberry Hound

6 PM Sea Hunt

6:30 Esso Reporter

6:45 Huntley-Brinkley Report

7 PM Klub Kwiz

7:30 International Showtime

8:30 Robert Taylor's Detectives

9:30 Story Of Will Rogers

10:30 Anatomy Of The House

11 PM News

11:10 Sports

11:15 Tonight Show

WLVA (WSET) Ch. 13 (ABC)

9:30 Parents Ask

10 AM Cartoons

11 AM Tennessee Ernie Ford

11:30 Yours For A Song

12 N Jane Wyman

12:30 Camouflage

12:55 ABC News

1 PM Cartoons
1:30 Racket Squad

2 PM Day In Court

2:30 Seven Keys

3 PM Queen For A Day

3:30 Who Do You Trust?

4 PM American Bandstand

4:50 American Newsstand

5 PM Kids Klub

5:30 Bar C-13

6:30 ABC News

6:45 News

6:55 Sports

7 PM Californians

7:30 Roaring '20s

8:30 Flintstones

9 PM 77 Sunset Strip

10 PM Target: The Corruptors

11 PM ABC News

11:10 News

11:20 Weather

11:25 Movie (no title given)

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02-17-2008, 06:38 PM #2

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Re: Retro: WPMT 43 Fri October 14, 1983

Quote Originally Posted by classictv

WPMT 43-Ind.

6:00 New Zoo Revue

6:30 Porky Pig and Friends

7:00 Flintstones

7:30 Great Space Coaster

8:00 Tom and Jerry

8:30 Battle of the Planets

9:00 Romper Room and Friends

9:30 Andy Griffith

10:00 Leave it to Beaver

10:30 I Love Lucy

11:00 Star Trek

11:30 McHale's Navy

12:00 Movie

2:00 Scooby-Doo

2:30 Fred Flintstone and Friends

3:00 Inspector Gadget

3:30 Bugs Bunny and Friends

4:00 Porky Pig and Friends

4:30 Woody Woodpecker

5:00 Flintstones
5:30 Tom and Jerry

6:00 Benson

6:30 Happy Days

7:00 Cheers

7:30 Brady Bunch

8:00 Movie

10:00 McHale's Navy

10:30 Honeymooners

11:00 Movie

1:00 sign-off

Retro: Knoxville Monday, February 5, 1962

These listings come from the "Asheville Citizen-Times":

WATE-TV 6 (NBC; now ABC)

6:00am Continental Classroom

6:30am Continental Classroom

7:00am Today

9:00am Children & Science

9:30am Homemakers Show

10:00am Say When

10:30am Play Your Hunch

11:00am Price Is Right

11:30am Concentration
12:00pm Your First Impression

12:30pm Truth Or Consequences

12:55pm NBC News

1:00pm News And Movie

2:30pm Loretta Young

3:00pm Young Dr. Malone

3:30pm Our Five Daughters

4:00pm Make Room For Daddy

4:30pm Here's Hollywood

4:55pm NBC News

5:00pm Kukla And Ollie

5:05pm Popeye

5:30pm Huckleberry Hound

6:00pm News And Weather

6:15pm Everglades

6:45pm The Huntley/Brinkley Report

7:00pm The Aquanauts

8:00pm National Velvet

8:30pm About Time

9:30pm Hallmark Hall Of Fame

11:00pm News

11:30pm Jack Paar

WBIR-TV 10 (CBS; now NBC)


6:00am College Of The Air

6:30am Farm And Home Hour

8:00am Captain Kangaroo

9:00am UT Telecourse

9:30am Birthday Dog

9:45am Stop, Look, Listen

10:00am Calendar

10:30am I Love Lucy

11:00am Video Village

11:30am Your Surprise Package

11:55am CBS News

12:00pm Love Of Life

12:30pm Search For Tomorrow

12:45pm The Guiding Light

1:00pm Best Of Groucho

1:30pm As The World Turns

2:00pm The Edge Of Night

2:30pm Art Linkletter's House Party

3:00pm Millionaire

3:30pm Verdict Is Yours

3:55pm CBS News

4:00pm Brighter Day

4:15p Secret Storm

4:30pm Early Show

6:00pm Three Stooges


6:15pm Johnston News

6:30pm Highway Patrol

7:00pm Wyatt Earp

7:30pm To Tell The Truth

8:00pm Pete & Gladys

8:30pm Window On Main Street

9:00pm Danny Thomas

9:30pm The Andy Griffith Show

10:00pm Hennesey

10:30pm I've Got A Secret

11:00pm News And Weather

11:15pm Late Show

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Re: Retro: Knoxville Monday, February 5, 1962

I believe Channel 26 was on the air but not listed.

Retro: Dallas/Ft. Worth Thursday, June 11, 1981

From TV Guide, Dallas/Ft. Worth Edition:


KDFW Ch. 4 (CBS)

5 AM News

5:30 Summer Semester

6 AM News

6:30 CBS News (Charles Kuralt)

7:30 Captain Kangaroo

8:30 To Tell The Truth (Robin Ward

hosts)

9 AM The Jeffersons

9:30 Alice

10 AM Price Is Right

11 AM Young And The Restless

12 N News

12:30 As The World Turns

1:30 Search For Tomorrow (a major

scheduling mistake, moving it

from 11:30 AM Central, and it

would be back in its traditional

time but on NBC within the year)

2 PM Guiding Light

3 PM Rhoda

3:30 Carol Burnett And Friends

4 PM Sanford And Son


4:30 Good Times

5 PM News

5:30 CBS News

6 PM News

6:30 Family Feud

7 PM The Waltons

8 PM Magnum, P.I.

9 PM Knots Landing

10 PM News

10:30 All In The Family

11 PM The Jeffersons

11:30 Hec Ramsey

1:30 News

2 AM Insights (not the religious

program "Insight")

KXAS Ch. 5 (NBC)

6 AM Newsworthy

6:30 News

7 AM Today

9 AM Donahue

10 AM Wheel Of Fortune

10:30 Wedding Day (Mary Ann Mobley

and Huell Howser hosting the


fourth of what must have been

a five-day pilot. The format

resembled the '50s hit "Bride

And Groom," with couples getting

married on the air. This one

never became a series.)

11 AM The Doctors

11:30 Charlie Rose

12 N News

12:30 Days Of Our Lives

1:30 Another World

2:30 Texas

3:30 Merv Griffin

4:30 M*A*S*H

5 PM News

5:30 NBC News

6 PM News

6:30 Tic Tac Dough

7 PM NBC Magazine With David

Brinkley

8 PM NBC Movie: "The Adventures

Of Nellie Bly"

10 PM News

10:30 Tonight Show

11:30 Maude
12 M Tomorrow Coast-To-Coast

1:30 News

WFAA Ch. 8 (ABC)

6 AM Country Daybreak

6:30 Peppermint Place

7 AM Good Morning America

9 AM Hour Magazine

10 AM Love Boat

11 AM Family Feud

11:30 Ryan's Hope

12 N All My Children

1 PM One Life To Live

2 PM General Hospital

3 PM Movie: "55 Days At Peking"

(Part 1)

4:30 News

5 PM News

5:30 ABC News

6 PM News

6:30 PM Magazine

7 PM Mork & Mindy

7:30 Bosom Buddies

8 PM Barney Miller
8:30 Taxi

9 PM 20/20

10 PM News

10:30 Nightline

11 PM Movie: "The Odd Couple"

1 AM News

1:05 Charlie's Angels

2:15 Movie: "Limbo Line"

4:10 Movie: "The Fickle Finger

Of Fate" (nothing to do

with Laugh-In)

KTVT Ch. 11 (Ind.)

6:35 News

7 AM Slam Bang Theatre

8 AM Comedy Capers

8:30 Gigglesnort Hotel

9 AM Richard Simmons

9:30 My Three Sons

10 AM Adam-12

10:30 Maverick

11:30 News

12:30 $50,000 Pyramid

1 PM Movie: "Creatures Of The


Amazon"

3 PM Wacky Races

3:30 Banana Splits

4 PM Bugs & Porky

4:30 Gilligan's Island

5 PM I Love Lucy

5:30 Carter Country

6 PM Welcome Back, Kotter

6:30 Happy Days Again

7 PM Gunsmoke

8 PM Movie: "Try To Catch A

Saint" (pilot for the

short-lived "McNaughton's

Daughter")

10 PM Odd Couple

10:30 Bob Newhart

11 PM Mary Tyler Moore

11:30 Movie: "The Night They

Raided Minsky's"

1:30 News

KERA Ch. 13 (PBS)

5:45 A.M. Weather

6 AM Captioned ABC News


6:30 Government

8 AM Newsday

8:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

9 AM Sesame Street

10 AM Electric Company

10:30 Villa Alegre

11 AM Sesame Street

12 N Over Easy

12:30 MacNeil/Lehrer Report

1 PM The Ambassadors

2:30 Claes Oldenburg's Crusoe

Umbrella

3 PM Dick Cavett

3:30 Over Easy

4 PM Studio See

4:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

5 PM Sesame Street

6 PM Electric Company

6:30 MacNeil/Lehrer Report

7 PM Newsday

7:30 Sneak Previews

8 PM Fall Of Eagles

9 PM Search For Solutions

10 PM Lawmakers

10:30 Fight Against Slavery


sign off 12:30 AM

KTXA Ch. 21 (Ind.)

6 AM Study In The Word

6:30 Concepts Of Faith

6:45 Congressman's Report

7 AM World Of Super Adventure

7:30 Groovie Goolies

8 AM People Are Talking

9 AM Movie: TBA

11 AM Daystar (KDTN Ch. 2 is

affiliated with Daystar,

but that station wasn't

on the air then)

12 N Divorce Court

12:30 Hollywood Squares

1 PM Mike Douglas

2:30 Beverly Hillbillies

3 PM Fantastic Four

3:30 Jonny Quest

4 PM Munsters

4:30 Twilight Zone

5 PM Wild Wild West

6 PM Starsky & Hutch


I believe that at the time Ch. 21

had subscription (PPV) television

in prime time.

12:15 Grapevine Opry (Grapevine is a

suburb located about halfway

between Dallas and Ft. Worth,

near Irving and Arlington)

12:45 Movie: "The Last Shot You Hear"

2:45 Movie: "Magnificent Thief" (pilot

for "It Takes A Thief")

4:45 Movie: "The Mystery Of Marie Roget"

KTWS Ch. 27 (Ind.)

7:30 Jim Bakker

8:30 Public Affairs

9 AM New Zoo Revue

9:30 Felix The Cat/Mighty Hercules

10:30 My Favorite Martian

11 AM Jim Bakker

12 N Shootin' Newton Country Music

12:30 Movie: "Raiders Of The Border"

2 PM Jim Bakker

2:55 News

3 PM Felix The Cat/Mighty Hercules


4 PM Speed Racer

4:30 Lassie

5 PM Cross-Wits

5:30 Bullseye

6 PM Crisis In The Horn Of Africa

no listing after 7 PM, don't know if this

was also a PPV station

KNBN Ch. 33 (Ind.)

Station was then affiliated with National

Business Network, with news and business

updates all day.

4 PM John Davidson

5:30 Vantage Point

no listings after 6 PM

KXTX Ch. 39 (Ind.) (CBN)

6 AM Romper Room

6:30 Tom And Jerry

7 AM Bugs Bunny & Friends

7:30 Popeye

8 AM Fred Flintstone And Friends


8:30 Great Space Coaster

9 AM 700 Club

10:30 Get Smart

11 AM Big Valley

12 N Another Life (CBN attempts a

soap where the characters find

a Christian solution to their

problems.)

12:30 Chico And The Man

1 PM Green Acres

1:30 Andy Griffith

2 PM Father Knows Best

2:30 Popeye & Bugs

3 PM Flintstones

3:30 Tom And Jerry/Woody Woodpecker

4:30 Scooby-Doo

5 PM Wonder Woman

6 PM Star Trek

7 PM Medical Center

8 PM Another Life

8:30 INN News

9 PM 700 Club

10:30 Rockford Files

11:30 Movie: "Trade Winds"

sign off 1:30 AM


21 and 27 both had subscription TV in primetime.

As did 33. But they all dumped the nighttime subscription TV programming by the mid-80s.
When I moved to Dallas in 1984, the only station still running STV at night was 27, and they
dropped it within a year.

ABC Schedule June 17, 1987 (with YouTube Link)

All Times EST

6:00 World News This Morning

7:00 Good Morning America

9:00 Local Programming

11:00 Who's the Boss?

11:30 Webster

12:00 Ryan's Hope

12:30 Loving

1:00 All My Children

2:00 One Life to Live

3:00 General Hospital

4:00 Local Programming

World News Tonight airs at 6:30 or 7:00

8:00 Perfect Strangers

8:30 Head of the Class

9:00 MacGyver
10:00 Hotel

11:00 Local Programming

11:30 Nightline

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tYz-KjJSDF4

Sources:

The Complete Directory to Prime Time Network and Cable TV Shows by Brooks and Marsh

The Encyclopedia of Daytime Television by Wesley Hyatt

ABC Schedule Monday, November 19, 1990 (with YouTube link)

All Times EST

6:00 World News Tonight

7:00 Good Morning America

9:00 Local Programming

11:00 The Home Show

12:00 Match Game

12:30 Loving

1:00 All My Children

2:00 One Life to Live

3:00 General Hospital

4:00 Local Programming

World News Tonight airs at 6:30 or 7:00


8:00 MacGyver "Bitter Harvest"

9:00 Monday Night Football: LA Raiders vs. Miami

12:00 Local Programming

12:30 Nightline

1:00 Into the Night with Rick Dees

Sources:

The Complete Directory to Prime Time Network and Cable TV Shows by Brooks and Marsh

The Encyclopedia of Daytime Television by Wesley Hyatt

TV.com

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dtma4K_4roc

ABC Schedule Thursday, February 16, 1989 (with YouTube link)

6:00 World News This Morning

7:00 Good Morning America

9:00 Local Programming

11:00 The Home Show

12:00 Growing Pains

12:30 Loving

1:00 All My Children

2:00 One Life to Live

3:00 General Hospital

4:00 Local Programming


World News Tonight airs at 6:30 or 7:00

8:00 A Fine Romance "The Day of the Third, Thin, Wrong Woman Who Knew All Too Much
About Eve"

9:00 Dynasty "All Hands on Dex"

10:00 HeartBeat "South and a Little to the Right of Eden"

11:00 Local Programming

11:30 Nightline

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pZzVnQ7Ef3g

Sources:

The Complete Directory to Prime Time Network and Cable TV Shows by Brooks and Marsh

The Encyclopedia of Daytime Television by Wesley Hyatt

TV.com

ABC Schedule Friday, July 28, 1989 (with YouTube link)

6:00 World News This Morning

7:00 Good Morning America

9:00 Local Programming

11:00 The Home Show

12:00 Growing Pains

12:30 Loving

1:00 All My Children

2:00 One Life to Live


3:00 General Hospital

4:00 Local Programming

World News Tonight airs at 6:30 or 7:00

8:00 Perfect Strangers

8:30 Full House

9:00 Mr. Belvedere

9:30 Somerset Gardens (unsold pilot starring Bill Macy)

10:00 20/20

11:00 Local Programming

11:30 Nightline

12:00 In Concert

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JLnWpyTvAW0

Retro: WKBS 48 Philadelphia Monday 11/15/82

5:30 CNN Headline News

6:00 News

6:30 Popeye

7:00 Mighty Mouse

7:30 Flintstones

8:00 Woody Woopecker

8:30 Bugs Bunny & Friends

9:00 Great Space Coaster


9:30 Edge Of Night(ABC)

10:00 Delaware Valley '82

10:30 CNN Headline News

11:00 Fantasy Island(ABC)

12:00 Munsters

12:30 McHale's Navy

1:00 Gomer Pyle, U.S.M.C.

1:30 Dick Van Dyke

2:00 Beverly Hillbillies

2:30 Casper

3:00 Bugs Bunny/Porky Pig

3:30 Woody Woodpecker

4:00 Pink Panther

4:30 Flintstones

5:00 Brady Bunch

5:30 I Love Lucy

6:00 Mork & Mindy

6:30 WKRP In Cincinnati

7:00 Sanford & Son

7:30 All In The Family

8:00 Movie-Big Jake(1971)

10:00 News

10:30 CNN Headline News

11:00 Saturday Night

12:00 Honeymooners
12:30 Odd Couple

1:00 Bob Newhart

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Re: Retro: WKBS 48 Philadelphia Monday 11/15/82

Dammit, now THAT'S a TV lineup! Takes me back to the dorm

5:30 CNN Headline News

6:00 News

6:30 Popeye

7:00 Mighty Mouse

7:30 Flintstones

8:00 Woody Woopecker

8:30 Bugs Bunny & Friends

9:00 Great Space Coaster

9:30 Edge Of Night(ABC)

10:00 Delaware Valley '82

10:30 CNN Headline News


11:00 Fantasy Island(ABC)

12:00 Munsters

12:30 McHale's Navy

1:00 Gomer Pyle, U.S.M.C.

1:30 Dick Van Dyke

2:00 Beverly Hillbillies

2:30 Casper

3:00 Bugs Bunny/Porky Pig

3:30 Woody Woodpecker

4:00 Pink Panther

4:30 Flintstones

5:00 Brady Bunch

5:30 I Love Lucy

6:00 Mork & Mindy

6:30 WKRP In Cincinnati

7:00 Sanford & Son

7:30 All In The Family

8:00 Movie-Big Jake(1971)

10:00 News

10:30 CNN Headline News

11:00 Saturday Night

12:00 Honeymooners

12:30 Odd Couple

1:00 Bob Newhart

Man, hard to believe that this great station would be nothing but a memory some 9 months
later. It's a shame that the Field Brothers took a great Philadelphia institution like WKBS/48 and
used its' untimely demise as a tax write-off and took many staffers to the unemployment line. In
the history of TV, this was probably one of the most stupid station shutdowns of all time.

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Re: Retro: WKBS 48 Philadelphia Monday 11/15/82

I often wondered why Metromedia never bought the station. Perhaps it was the FCC
[over]regulations at the time.

I often thought WKBS would have made a great asset in the company's portfolio.

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Re: Retro: WKBS 48 Philadelphia Monday 11/15/82

I too remember the great shows on Channel 48. After its demise, Channel 17 and then
eventually "Philly 57" picked up some of 48's line-up but it wasn't the same.

Also, during that time period there was Channel 65 which I remember also played a lot of great
old shows. They seemed to like to show a lot of Candid Camera from what I remember. Anyone
have any info on Channel 65 and what became of it? Seems to me it was a NJ channel but I don't
know for sure.

Retro: Newfoundland Wed, June 29, 1994


from Newfoundland Herald

* Out of province stations listed Newfoundland Time

CBFJ 4-SRC St John's (relays CBFT Montreal)

8:00 Il etait une fois...l'espace

8:30 SRC Bonjour

10:30 Cinema "Les malheurs d'Alfred"

12:30 Sous le signe des mousquetaires

1:00 Operation Mozart

1:30 Le Midi

2:00 Cinema "Chaste a 30 ans"

4:00 Catherine Courage

5:00 Babar

5:30 Anne...la maison aux pignons verts (Anne of Green Gables, I think this may be the anime
version)

6:00 Aventures africaines

6:30 Les inventions de la vie

7:00 Watatatow

7:30 Montreal ce soir

8:30 Fred & cie

9:00 Mr Bean

9:30 Cinema "Toto le heroes"

11:30 Le Telejournal

11:55 Le Point

12:30 Nouvelles de sport/Meteo

1:00 Fred & cie


1:30 Cinema "Alice n'est plus ici" (Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore)

3:45 sign-off

CJON 6-NTV/CTV St. John's

5:00 NTV Overnight News Service

6:00 New Adventures of Pinocchio

6:30 Astroboy

7:00 Babar

7:30 Adventures of Tintin

8:00 Canada AM

10:30 100 Huntley Street

11:30 Dini Petty

12:30 Young & the Restless

1:30 Beverly Hills 90210

2:30 Shirley

3:30 Another World

4:30 General Hospital

5:30 Full House

6:00 NTV Evening News

6:30 Price is Right

7:30 Home Improvement

8:00 Unsolved Mysteries

9:00 Heart of Courage

9:30 Baseball: Toronto-Milwaukee

12:30 CTV National News


1:00 NTV Late News

1:30 Cheers

2:00 Jeopardy!

2:30 Night Court

3:00 Family Ties

3:30 Shirley

4:30 NTV Overnight News Service

CBNT 8-CBC St John's

7:30 CBC Morning News

9:30 What on Earth

10:00 Urban Peasant

10:30 Fred Penner's Place

10:45 Under the Umbrella Tree

11:00 Mr Dressup

11:30 Canadian Sesame Street

12:30 Midday

1:30 Munsters

2:00 DeGrassi Junior High

2:30 All My Children

3:30 One Life to Live

4:30 Coronation Street

5:00 Wonder Years

5:30 Family Matters

6:00 Here & Now


7:00 Fresh Prince of Bel Air (delayed 90 min from network feed; airs in Maritimes at 6pm NT)

7:30 DeGrassi High (x2)

8:30 Street Legal

9:30 CBC Prime Time News

10:30 GBH (pt 5)

11:36 Scoop

12:36 Munsters

1:06 Movie "The Man in the White Suit"

2:56 sign-off

Cable 9-St John's

5am Notice Board

7:30pm Caring for Animals

8:00 Newfoundland Gardening

8:30 Regatta Ripples

9:00 Best of Creative Corner

9:30 Notice Board

WJBK 2-CBS Detroit

5:00 Untouchables cont'd

5:30 Infomercial

6:00 Bertice Berry

7:00 This Morning's Business

7:30 CBS Morning News

8:00 Rush Limbaugh


8:30 Eyewitness Morning (who cleared CBS's morning show in Motown?)

10:30 Bertice Berry

11:30 Guiding Light

12:30 Price is Right

1:30 TV2 Eyewitness News

2:00 Young & the Restless

3:00 Bold & the Beautiful

3:30 As the World Turns

4:30 Geraldo

5:30 TV2 First News

6:00 TV2 Eyewitness News

6:30 Donahue

7:30 TV2 Eyewitness News

8:00 CBS Evening News

8:30 Hard Copy

9:00 A Current Affair

9:30 Nanny

10:00 Good Advice

10:30 America Tonight

11:30 48 Hours

12:30 TV2 Eyewitness News

1:05 Late Show with David Letterman

2:07 Valley of the Dolls

2:37 Night Court (Michael J Fox guest-stars as a shoplifter)

3:07 Amen
3:37 CBS News Up to the Minute

4:30 Untouchables

WDIV 4-NBC Detroit

5:00 Jane Whitney cont'd

5:20 NBC News Nightside

6:00 Leeza

7:00 NBC News at Sunrise

7:30 Newsbeat

8:30 Today

10:30 Maury Povich

11:30 Wimbledon men's quarter-final

1:30 Newsbeat

2:00 Judge

2:30 Days of Our Lives

3:30 Another World

4:30 Sally

5:30 Montel Williams

6:30 Newsbeat

8:00 NBC Nightly News

8:30 Wheel of Fortune

9:00 Jeopardy!

9:30 Unsolved Mysteries

10:30 Hudson's Fireworks

12:30 Nightbeat
1:05 Wimbledon Update

1:20 Tonight Show

2:20 Late Night with Conan O'Brien

3:20 Judge

3:50 Later with Bob Costas

4:20 NBC News Nightside

WXYZ 7-ABC Detroit

5:00 ABC World News Now

6:00 Mike & Maty

7:00 ABC World News This Morning

7:45 Channel 7 Action News

8:00 ABC World News This Morning

8:15 Channel 7 Action News

8:30 Good Morning America

10:30 Company

11:30 Regis & Kathie Lee

12:30 Rolanda

1:30 Channel 7 Action News

2:00 Loving

2:30 All My Children

3:30 One Life to Live

4:30 General Hospital

5:30 Oprah Winfrey

6:30 Channel 7 Action News


8:30 ABC World News Tonight

9:00 Entertainment Tonight

9:30 Dinosaurs

10:00 Critic

10:30 Home Improvement

11:00 Grace Under Fire

11:30 Turning Point

12:30 Channel 7 Action News

1:05 Nightline

1:35 Inside Edition

2:05 American Journal

2:35 Best of Arsenio

3:35 Matlock

4:35 ABC World News Now

CHAN/BCTV 8-CTV Vancouver

5:00 280-JOCK cont'd

5:05 Late Show with David Letterman

6:05 Movie "Angel Heart"

8:05 Family Ties

8:35 sign-off

10:00 Kenneth Copeland

10:30 Romper Room

11:00 Canada AM

1:30 Body Moves


2:00 Supermarket Sweep

2:30 Another World

3:30 Shirley

4:30 News at Noon

5:30 Leeza

6:30 General Hospital

7:30 Dini Petty

8:30 Oprah Winfrey

9:30 Canada Tonight

10:00 Cheers

10:30 NewsHour

11:30 Inside Edition

mid. Jeopardy!

12:30 Unsolved Mysteries

1:30 Home Improvement

2:00 Grace Under Fire

2:30 48 Hours

3:30 CTV National News

4:00 NewsHour Final

4:35 280-JOCK

CHCH 11-Ind Hamilton

5:00 Infomercials

7:00 James Robison

7:30 It's a New Day


8:30 100 Huntley Street

9:30 Body Moves

10:00 Movie Show

10:30 Acting Crazy

11:00 Next Line

11:30 Family Feud

noon Supermarket Sweep

12:30 Price is Right

1:30 NewsRoom 11

2:30 Night Heat

3:30 As the World Turns

4:30 Guiding Light

5:30 Matlock

6:30 Family Feud

7:00 NewsRoom 11

8:00 Canada Tonight

8:30 In the Heat of the Night

9:30 Martin (Snoop Dogg and Randall Cunningham guest star)

10:00 Boogie's Diner

10:30 Picket Fences

11:30 47 Hours

12:30 NewsRoom 11

1:30 Infomercials

CITV 13-Ind Edmonton


5:00 Tonight Show cont'd

5:05 Who's the Boss?

5:35 Growing Pains

6:00 Infomercials

9:30 ITV Morning News

11:00 Young Robin Hood

11:30 Adventures of Tintin

noon Babar

12:30 100 Huntley Street

1:30 It's a New Day

2:30 Divorce Court

3:00 Hollywood Camera

3:30 Tiny Toon Adventures

4:00 Movie Show

4:30 Missing Persons

5:30 Supermarket Sweep

6:00 Acting Crazy

6:30 General Hospital

7:30 Young & the Restless

8:30 Star Trek: The Next Generation

9:30 ITV News at 6

10:00 Canada Tonight

10:30 Good Advice

11:00 Mad About You

11:30 Movie "My Left Foot"


1:30 ITV News at 10

2:30 Sports Night

3:00 SCTV (which was partially filmed at ITV)

3:30 Married...with Children

4:05 Tonight Show

CICA 19-TVO Toronto

7:30 HR Report

8:00 How Will You Manage?

8:30 Family Matters

9:00 Sociology

9:30 Polka Dot Door

10:00 Sesame Street

11:00 Iris the Happy Professor

11:30 Polka Dot Door

noon Bookmice

12:30 Kitty Cats

1:00 Join In!

1:30 Child Care: Your Choice

2:00 Look & Cook

2:30 Simply Nutritious

2:45 Live Well, Be Well

3:00 Archaeology

3:30 Bits & Bytes 2

4:00 Journeys
4:30 Pins & Needles

5:00 Middle East

5:30 Widget

6:00 Kitty Cats

6:30 Join In!

7:00 Eureeka's Castle

7:30 Polka Dot Door

8:00 Runaway Bay

8:30 Eat Your Greens

9:00 Exploring Ontario's Provincial Parks

9:30 Legacy: Origins of Civilization (premiere)

10:30 Inside the Line

11:30 Hollywood Women

12:30 Archaeology

1:00 Journeys

1:30 Espana Viva

2:00 Question Period

3:00 sign-off

WTVS 56-PBS Detroit

5:00 City for Youth

5:30 MacNeil-Lehrer NewsHour

6:30 Adventures, Journeys & Archives

7:00 Faces of Culture

8:30 Morning Business Report


8:45 AM Weather

9:00 Golden Years of Television

10:00 Sandie's Fitness Firm

10:30 Sesame Street

11:30 Lamb Chop's Play-Along

noon Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

12:30 Storytime

1:00 Barney & Friends

1:30 Frugal Gourmet

2:00 Health Matters

2:30 Storytime

3:00 Shining Time Station

3:30 Sesame Street

4:30 Barney & Friends

5:00 Reading Rainbow

5:30 Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego?

6:00 Club Connect

6:30 Back to Back

7:30 MacNeil-Lehrer NewsHour

8:30 Nightly Business Report

9:00 Detroit Black Journal

9:30 Civil War (pt 4)

mid. City for Youth

12:30 Are You Being Served?

1:00 Keeping Up Appearances


1:30 Charlie Rose

2:30 Civil War (pt 4)

ASN

6:30 Bookmice

7:00 Wizard of Oz

7:30 BreakfastTelevision

9:30 Leeza

10:30 Everyday Workout

11:00 Great Shape

11:30 A Country Practice

12:30 LunchTelevision

1:00 Cheers

1:30 Night Court

2:00 Who's the Boss?

2:30 House Calls

3:00 Wizard of Oz

3:30 Babar

4:00 Care Bears

4:30 Tiny Toon Adventures

5:00 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

5:30 DuckTales

6:00 You Can't Do That on Television

6:30 Supermarket Sweep

7:00 Family Feud


7:30 Wheel of Fortune

8:00 Jeopardy!

8:30 Movie "Martha, Ruth & Edie"

10:30 Atlantic Pulse

11:30 Katts & Dog

mid. Movie "Another Time, Another Place"

1:50 sign-off

On the superstations...

WSBK Boston

5:00 Movie "Sweet Dreams" cont'd

5:30 Beverly Hillbillies

6:00 Honeymooners

6:30 Morning Stretch

7:00 Jackson Five

7:30 Tennessee Tuxedo

8:00 Underdog

8:30 Punky Brewster

9:00 Garfield & Friends

9:30 DuckTales

10:00 Bots Master

10:30 Honeymooners

11:00 Odd Couple

11:30 Infomercial
noon Hogan's Heroes

12:30 Family Feud (x2)

1:30 Honeymooners

2:00 Beverly Hillbillies

2:30 Family Ties

3:00 Hogan Family

3:30 George of the Jungle

4:00 Woody Woodpecker

4:30 Tale Spin

5:00 Darkwing Duck

5:30 Goof Troop

6:00 Bonkers

6:30 Punky Brewster

7:00 Saved by the Bell

7:30 Murphy Brown

8:00 Coach

8:30 Cheers

9:00 M*A*S*H

9:30 Babylon 5

10:30 Kung Fu: The Legend Continues

11:30 WBZ News 4 on TV38

mid. Murphy Brown

12:30 Valley of the Dolls

1:00 Real Stories of the Highway Patrol

1:30 Empty Nest


2:00 Valley of the Dolls

2:30 Infomercials

3:30 Movie "Call Me"

WTBS Atlanta

5:00 CHiPs cont'd

5:30 Laverne & Shirley

6:00 Jeffersons

6:30 Gomer Pyle, USMC

7:00 CNN Headline News

7:30 Three Stooges

8:05 Yogi & Friends

8:35 Jetsons

9:05 Tom & Jerry's Funhouse

9:35 Gilligan's Island

10:05 Bewitched

10:35 Happy Days

11:05 Three's Company

11:35 Little House on the Prairie

12:35 Matlock

1:35 Perry Mason

2:35 Andy Griffith

3:00 Baseball: Atlanta-Montreal

6:00 Ton of Fun

6:05 Charles in Charge


6:35 Saved by the Bell (x2)

7:35 Growing Pains

8:05 Andy Griffith

8:35 Flintstones

9:05 Sanford & Son

9:35 Movie "Guyana Tragedy: The Story of Jim Jones"

1:35 Movie "He Knows You're Alone"

3:35 Movie "The Outfit"

St John's Cable Line Up-June 94

2 WTVS-PBS

3 CBNT-CBC

5 CJON-NTV/CTV

7 WXYZ-ABC

9 Cable 9

10 ASN

11 WDIV-NBC

12 CBFJ-SRC

13 Cable Ads

14 WTBS

15 WSBK

16 Family Channel

17 TMN

20 CBC Newsworld

21 Vision TV
22 WJBK-CBS

23 TSN

24 YTV

25 CNN

26 CITV

27 A&E

28 TNN

29 CNN Headline News

30 CHCH

31 TV5

32 RDS

36 MuchMusic

Retro: Knoxville/Tri-Cities Friday, April 29, 1977

From TV Guide, Carolina-Tennessee Edition:

WSJK Ch. 2 Sneedville, TN (PBS)

8 AM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

8:30 In-school programs

10:05 Electric Company

10:35 In-school programs

11:15 Sesame Street

12:15 In-school programs

3 PM Rebop
3:30 Lilias, Yoga And You

4 PM Sesame Street

5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

5:30 Electric Company

6 PM Zoom

6:30 Ag Science In Action

7 PM Conversation

7:30 MacNeil/Lehrer Report

8 PM Washington Week In Review

8:30 Wall Street Week

9 PM Agronsky At Large

9:30 Americana

10 PM Woman Alive!

11 PM Black Perspective On The News

11:30 Captioned ABC News

WCYB Ch. 5 Bristol, VA (NBC)

7 AM Today (Tom Brokaw)

9 AM Today On 5

10 AM Sanford And Son

10:30 Hollywood Squares

11 AM Wheel Of Fortune

11:30 Shoot For The Stars

12 N Name That Tune


12:30 Lovers And Friends

1 PM News

1:30 Days Of Our Lives

2:30 The Doctors

3 PM Another World

4 PM Gong Show

4:30 Gilligan's Island

5 PM Big Valley

6 PM News

6:30 NBC News

7 PM Bewitched

7:30 My Three Sons

8 PM Sanford And Son

8:30 Chico And The Man (this is

a rerun; Freddie Prinze had

committed suicide in January)

9 PM Rockford Files

10 PM Quincy

11 PM News

11:30 Tonight Show

1 AM Midnight Special (British rock is

the theme, with Elton John, Rod

Stewart, Fleetwood Mac, Genesis,

Electric Light Orchestra, and Queen)


WATE Ch. 6 Knoxville (NBC)

6 AM Today In Tennessee

7 AM Today

9 AM Dinah!

10 AM Sanford And Son

10:30 Hollywood Squares

11 AM Wheel Of Fortune

11:30 Shoot For The Stars

12 N News

12:30 Lovers And Friends

1 PM Name That Tune

1:30 Days Of Our Lives

2:30 The Doctors

3 PM Another World

4 PM Gong Show

4:30 My Three Sons

5 PM Andy Griffith

5:30 Hogan's Heroes

6 PM News

6:30 NBC News

7 PM Adam-12

7:30 Name That Tune

8 PM Sanford And Son

8:30 Chico And The Man


9 PM Rockford Files

10 PM Quincy

11 PM News

11:30 Tonight Show

1 AM Midnight Special

WBIR Ch. 10 Knoxville (CBS)

5:30 Sunrise Semester

6 AM Farm And Home Hour

7 AM CBS News (Bruce Morton/

Hughes Rudd)

8 AM Carl Williams

9 AM Captain Kangaroo

10 AM Price Is Right

11 AM Donahue

12 N Young And The Restless

12:30 Search For Tomorrow

1 PM Love Of Life

1:25 News (local)

1:30 As The World Turns

2:30 Guiding Light

3 PM All In The Family

3:30 Match Game '77

4 PM Batman
4:30 Gilligan's Island

5 PM Emergency One!

6 PM News

6:30 CBS News

7 PM Brady Bunch

7:30 Dolly

8 PM CBS Movie: "A Boy Named

Charlie Brown"

9:30 CBS Movie: "Class Of '44"

11 PM News

11:30 NBA Play-Off: Western Conference

game, teams TBA

WJHL Ch. 11 Johnson City, TN (CBS)

6:55 Farm Report

7 AM CBS News

8 AM Captain Kangaroo

9 AM Kathryn Willis

9:30 That Girl

10 AM Double Dare (last telecast of the

Trebek version--"Here's Lucy"

reruns take over the following

Monday)

10:30 Price Is Right


11:30 Love Of Life

11:55 CBS News (Douglas Edwards)

12 N Young And The Restless

12:30 Search For Tomorrow

1 PM News

1:30 As The World Turns

2:30 Guiding Light

3 PM All In The Family

3:30 Match Game '77

4 PM Daniel Boone

5 PM Gunsmoke

5:55 Weather

6 PM News

6:30 CBS News

7 PM Hollywood Squares

7:30 Adam-12

8 PM CBS Movie: "A Boy Named

Charlie Brown"

9:30 CBS Movie: "Class Of '44"

11 PM News

11:30 NBA Play-Off: Western Conference

game, teams TBA

WKPT Ch. 19 Kingsport, TN (ABC)


7 AM Good Morning America (David Hartman)

9 AM Somebody Special

9:30 Donahue

10:30 Edge Of Night

11 AM Happy Days

11:30 Family Feud

12 N Second Chance (forerunner of Press

Your Luck)

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 Star Trek

5 PM Little Rascals

5:30 Three Stooges

5:55 News

6 PM ABC News

6:30 Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman

7 PM Andy Griffith

7:30 Brady Bunch

8 PM Donny & Marie

9 PM ABC Movie: "The Love Boat"

(pilot for the series airing on

Saturdays starting in the fall)


11 PM News

11:30 PTL Club

WTVK Ch. 26 (WVLT Ch. 8) Knoxville (ABC)

7 AM Good Morning America

9 AM 700 Club

10:30 Edge Of Night

11 AM Happy Days

11:30 Family Feud

12 N Second Chance

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 Mike Douglas

5 PM The Archies

5:30 Little Rascals

6 PM ABC News

6:30 News

7 PM Star Trek

8 PM Donny & Marie

9 PM ABC Movie: "The Love Boat"

11 PM Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman


11:30 News

12 M Baretta

WSVN (WSBN after Ch. 7 in Miami took the

WSVN call letters) Ch. 47 Norton, VA (PBS)

9 AM Sesame Street

10 AM Electric Company

10:30 In-school programs

3:30 Lilias, Yoga And You

4 PM Sesame Street

5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

5:30 Electric Company

6 PM Sesame Street

7 PM MacNeil/Lehrer Report

7:30 Studio A

8 PM Washington Week In Review

8:30 Wall Street Week

9 PM Agronsky At Large

9:30 Americana

10 PM Woman Alive!

11 PM Black Perspective On The News

Retro: San Antonio Thursday, September 22, 1977

From TV Guide, South Texas Edition:


KMOL (WOAI) Ch. 4 (NBC)

6:30 Villa Alegre

7 AM Today (Tom Brokaw)

9 AM Sanford And Son

9:30 Hollywood Squares

10 AM Wheel Of Fortune

10:30 It's Anybody's Guess

11 AM Shoot For The Stars

11:30 News

12 N Gong Show

12:30 Days Of Our Lives

1:30 The Doctors

2 PM Another World

3 PM Gunsmoke

4 PM Mighty Mouse And Friends

4:30 Gilligan's Island

5 PM My Three Sons

5:30 NBC News

6 PM News

6:30 Match Game PM

7 PM CHiPs

8 PM Man From Atlantis

9 PM Rosetti And Ryan


10 PM News

10:30 Tonight Show

12 M Tomorrow

KENS Ch. 5 (CBS)

6:30 Comedy Capers/Community

Calendar

7 AM CBS News (Bruce Morton/

Hughes Rudd)

8 AM Captain Kangaroo

9 AM Donahue

9:30 Price Is Right

10:30 Love Of Life

10:55 CBS News (Douglas Edwards)

11 AM Young And The Restless

11:30 Search For Tomorrow

12 N News

12:30 As The World Turns

1:30 Guiding Light

2 PM All In The Family

2:30 Match Game '77

3 PM Tattletales

3:30 Bewitched

4 PM Brady Bunch
4:30 Odd Couple

5 PM News

5:30 CBS News

6 PM News

6:30 $25,000 Pyramid

7 PM The Waltons

8 PM Hawaii Five-O

9 PM Barnaby Jones

10 PM News

10:30 CBS Movie: "When The

Legends Die"

KLRN Ch. 9 (PBS)

In-school programs until

4 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

4:30 Electric Company

5 PM Zoom

5:30 Once Upon A Classic

6 PM MacNeil/Lehrer Report

6:30 This Week

7 PM At The Top

8 PM Group Portrait

9 PM Dickens Of London (Part 4)


10 PM Lilias, Yoga And You

10:30 Captioned ABC News

11 PM Movie: "Rashomon"

KSAT Ch. 12 (ABC)

6:45 Classroom

7 AM Good Morning America (David

Hartman)

9 AM Mike Douglas

10 AM Happy Days

10:30 Family Feud

11 AM The Better Sex

11:30 Ryan's Hope

12 N Newswatch

12:30 All My Children

1:30 One Life To Live

2:15 General Hospital

3 PM Edge Of Night

3:30 New Mickey Mouse Club

4 PM Little Rascals

4:30 Partridge Family

5 PM Mary Tyler Moore

5:30 ABC News

6 PM News
6:30 Wild Kingdom

7 PM Welcome Back, Kotter

7:30 What's Happening!!

8 PM Barney Miller

8:30 Carter Country

9 PM Redd Foxx

10 PM News

10:30 Mary Hartman, Mary

Hartman

11 PM Ironside

12 M The FBI

KWEX Ch. 41 (SIN)

3 PM En San Antonio

4 PM Manuela

5 PM La Usurpadora

6 PM Noticias

7 PM Mundos Opuestos

8 PM Pelicula: "Los misterios

del hampa"

10 PM La Llorona

10:30 24 Horas

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That's weird, no Sesame Street on PBS?

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My thoughts exactly. And there are a lot

of Hispanic kids in South Texas who could

learn English from it (forgive potential political

incorrectness).

Retro: Western Illinois-Northeast Missouri January 31, 1966

This was 2 days after I was born ;D

At the time, I think all 3 local stations had a secondary affiliation with ABC, or at least they seem
to have carried some ABC programs. Channel 3 (KTVO) went full-schedule ABC around 1968.
From the Quincy Herald-Whig:

10 WGEM-TV Quincy

6:55 Lord's Prayer

7:00 Today Show

7:25 Today in Quincy

7:30 Today Show

9:00 Eye Guess (Probably a game show ???)

9:30 Concentration

10:00 Morning Star

10:30 Paradise Bay (I have no clue what these 2 were ???)

11:00 Jeopardy

11:30 Let's Play Post Office ( ;D)

12:00 Noon Show

12:30 Let's Make a Deal (And behind Door#3, it's a '66 Impala

1:00 Days of Our Lives

1:30 The Doctors

2:00 Another World

2:30 You Don't Say

3:00 Match Game

3:30 Where the Action Is

4:00 Cartoon Circus

4:15 Rocky & Friends


4:30 Cartoon Circus

4:45 Cactoon Club

5:00 Woody Woodpecker

5:25 Weather

5:30 Huntley-Brinkley

6:00 News, Weather, Sports

6:30 Hullabaloo

7:00 John Forsythe Show

7:30 Dr. Kildare

8:00 Andy Williams

9:00 The Fugitive

10:00 News, Weather, Sports

10:30 Tonight Show

12:00 Weather

7 KHQA Hannibal-Quincy

7:35 News

7:55 Morning Report

8:00 Captain Kangaroo

9:00 I Love Lucy

9:30 The McCoy's

10:00 Andy of Mayberry

10:30 Dick Van Dyke

11:00 Love of Life


11:30 Search for Tommorow

11:45 Guiding Light (15 minute soaps?? Man I feel ollld ;D)

12:00 News, Weather, Sports

12:15 Hal Barton

12:30 As the World Turns

1:00 Password

1:30 House Party

2:00 To Tell the Truth

2:30 Edge of Night (That THEME SONG )

3:00 Secret Storm

3:30 Young Marrieds (Before they became young & restless : ;D)

4:00 Interview Time

4:15 Coffee Break (Sounds good, I'll take mine with a pinch of sugar ;D)

4:30 Ben Casey

5:30 CBS News

6:00 News, Weather, Sports

6:30 To Tell the Truth

7:00 I've Got a Secret

7:30 Lucy Show

8:00 Andy Griffith

8:30 Hazel

9:00 Hollywood Talent Scouts

10:00 News, Weather, Sports

10:30 Long Hot Summer

11:30 Weather & News


3 KTVO Kirksville-Ottumwa

7:00 Morning Melodies

7:05 CBS Morning News

7:30 Morning Report

8:15 Captain Kangaroo (Just 45 min. ???)

9:00 Conversational Spanish

10:00 Andy of Mayberry

10:30 Romper Room

11:00 Love of Life

11:30 Search for Tommorow

11:45 Guiding Light

12:00 Mid-Day Report

12:15 Town & Country

12:30 As the World Turns

1:00 Password

1:30 House Party

2:00 To Tell the Truth

2:30 Edge of Night

3:00 Secret Storm

3:30 KTVO Forum

4:00 Casper the Ghost

4:30 Americna Bandstand

5:00 Shindig
5:30 CBS News

6:00 News, Weather, Sports

6:30 To Tell the Truth

7:00 I've Got a Secret

7:30 Lucy Show

8:00 Andy Griffith

8:30 Hazel

9:00 Combat

10:00 News, Weather, Sports

10:20 Hollywood Palace

11:20 Tommorow's News Tonight

10 WGEM-TV Quincy

9:00 Eye Guess (Probably a game show ???)

3:30 Where the Action Is

6:30 Hullabaloo

3 KTVO Kirksville-Ottumwa

7:05 CBS Morning News

7:30 Morning Report

8:15 Captain Kangaroo (Just 45 min. ???)

4:30 Americna Bandstand


5:00 Shindig

10:20 Hollywood Palace

...indeed, "Eye Guess" was a game show, Bill Cullen's first daytime game show (on NBC) after the
original "The Price is Right" was cancelled by ABC if I recall correctly. I wonder if "Captain
Kangaroo" on KTVO was simply picked up on the network line after the first commercial break,
or if it was tape-delayed by a day and a segment dropped by the station to fit into that slot. Also
interesting to see all the network rock music shows of the period run on the same day within
four hours of each other between two different stations, and "The Hollywood Palace" used as
competition against Carson...

Thanks for the info on "Eye Guess". First game show I can remember Bill Cullen hosting was
"Three on a Match", which I think was in the VERY early 70's on NBC.

I have no clue about the abreviated version of good ol' Capn' K., your guess is probably better
than mine. KTVO has been ABC for as far back as MY memory goes, BUT.... in the first half of the
70's, as a kid of about 5-8 y.o., I watched Sesame Street at 9:00 AM weekdays on KTVO. I found
the quantity of teeny-bopper music shows interesting

too. The inclusion of Hollywood Palace seems to indicate that KTVO was seriously flirting with an
ABC affiliation by '66.

Wasn't KTVO in '66 primarily a CBS affiliate but carried some selected NBC and ABC shows? I
remember reading something about this before. I don't think it was until about 1970 that they
became a full-fledged ABC affiliate (but even after that switch, KTVO continued to carry "As the
World Turns" and perhaps another CBS soap opera during the early '70s--similar to what
neighboring WGEM in Quincy did with "All My Children" and perhaps other ABC soaps until at
least the mid-90s, except during the year KTVO had their 2000-ft. tower geared toward serving
the Quincy market before it collapsed in June 1988).

7 KHQA Hannibal-Quincy

7:35 News

Was this CBS or local news?

I really don't know. The listing I found at the library just said "News". The web sites of these
stations offer basically nothing so far as "back-in-the-day" info, and I've pretty much scoured the
web but haven't found much worthwile. KTVO has a bit more station history on their site than
the other two. Shame.... :-\

KTVO technically became a primary ABC affiliate in 1968, although as Tim said, the station
continued to carry a handful of CBS and NBC shows thru the early 1970s. KTVO did continue to
carry "As the World Turns" from CBS for a number of years. I also believe (but not sure) that
KTVO aired "Bonanza" from NBC until the show went off the air.

I would imagine it's safe to assume that KHQA in Quincy, and even possibly KRNT (now KCCI) in
Des Moines, had pressured CBS to abandon its primary affiliation with KTVO, since the KTVO
viewing area severely overlapped that of the other two CBS affiliates. From what I understand
(from what I remember from a Mike Seaver post from several years back, who worked at both
KTVO and KHQA at different times), ABC, which still didn't have many primary affiliates in small
markets, offered a comp package to KTVO that the station just couldn't turn down. And since
Kirksville-Ottumwa was technically a single-station market, KTVO probably figured it had little to
lose, at least revenue-wise, by flipping to primary ABC from primary CBS. The switch also
enabled viewers in northeast Missouri and southeast Iowa the chance to see ABC on a full-time
basis.

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Re: Retro: Western Illinois-Northeast Missouri January 31, 1966

"Morning Star" and "Paradise Bay" were two attempts

by NBC to have morning soaps; "Morning Star," IIRC,

was created by the same people who did "Days Of

Our Lives," and "Paradise Bay" may have been, too.


The two shows debuted September 27, 1965 and were

canceled July 1, 1966. "Morning Star" was replaced by

"Chain Letter," a game in which contestants had to name

an item in a category starting with the last letter of the

previous player's word (Stefan Hatos and Monty Hall

produced, and this was Jan Murray's last hosting job).

"Paradise Bay" was replaced by "Showdown" (not the

Jim Peck "Big Showdown"), hosted by the era's most

acerbic talk-show host, Joe Pyne, and which featured

breakaway chairs which sent a player out of sight when

he or she gave a wrong answer.

Retro: Knoxville/Tri-Cities Saturday, April 23, 1977

From TV Guide, Carolina-Tennessee Edition:

WSJK Ch. 2 Sneedville, TN (PBS)

8 AM Cartooning (how to draw cartoons)

8:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

9 AM Sesame Street

10 AM Once Upon A Classic

10:30 Zoom

11 AM Infinity Factory

11:30 Tennessee Mountain Clogging

12 N Carrascolendas
12:30 Crockett's Victory Garden

1 PM United Bank Tennis Classic (semifinals

from Denver. live)

5 PM Nova (time approximate)

6 PM Studio See

6:30 Zoom

7 PM Rebop

7:30 Once Upon A Classic: "Little

Lord Fauntleroy" (Part 4)

8 PM Lowell Thomas Remembers

(Part 1 of 2 on FDR's presidency)

8:30 The Way It Was (Rocky Graziano-

Tony Zale middleweight championship

match of June 10, 1948, rubber match

between the two)

9 PM Six American Families

10 PM Movie: "Shoeshine"

11:30 Films

WCYB Ch. 5 Bristol, VA (NBC)

7 AM Rural Tenneva

7:30 Bugs Bunny

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 Kids From C.A.P.E.R.

1 PM Lost In Space

2 PM Grandstand

2:15 Baseball: Red Sox at Blue Jays

5 PM That Good Ole Nashville Music

(time approximate)

5:30 Porter Wagoner

6 PM News

6:30 NBC News (John Hart)

7 PM Lawrence Welk

8 PM NBC Movie: "Against A Crooked

Sky"

9:50 Miss World 1976 Highlights

11 PM News

11:30 Saturday Night (Live) (Eric Idle

is host)

WATE Ch. 6 Knoxville (NBC)

6:30 Better Way


7 AM Casper

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 Kids From C.A.P.E.R.

1 PM Space: 1999

2 PM Grandstand

2:15 Baseball: Red Sox-Blue Jays

5 PM Pop! Goes The Country (time

approximate)

5:30 Porter Wagoner

6 PM News

6:30 NBC News

7 PM Lawrence Welk

8 PM NBC Movie: "Against A Crooked

Sky"

9:50 Miss World 1976 Highlights

11 PM News

11:30 Saturday Night (Live)

1 AM Lohman And Barkley


WBIR Ch. 10 Knoxville (CBS)

6:30 Sunrise Semester

7 AM UT Ag Science

7:30 Scrunch (kids' show which aired on

all Multimedia stations)

8 AM Sylvester And Tweety

8:30 Clue Club

9 AM Bugs Bunny/Road Runner

10 AM Tarzan--Lord Of The Jungle

10:30 Batman (animated)

11 AM Shazam!/Isis

12 N Fat Albert And The Cosby Kids

12:30 Ark II

1 PM Scrunch

1:30 In Touch (black-oriented public

affairs program)

2 PM Southeastern Wrestling

3 PM Movie: "Law Of The Lawless"

4:30 CBS Sports Spectacular

6 PM News

6:30 CBS News (Bob Schieffer)

7 PM Hee Haw

8 PM Mary Tyler Moore

8:30 Bob Newhart


9 PM All In The Family

9:30 All's Fair

10 PM Carol Burnett

11 PM News

11:15 Movie: "Advise And Consent"

WJHL Ch. 11 Johnson City, TN (CBS)

7:15 Uncle Hank

7:30 Far Out Space Nuts

8 AM Sylvester And Tweety

8:30 Clue Club

9 AM Bugs Bunny/Road Runner

10 AM Tarzan--Lord Of The Jungle

10:30 Batman (animated)

11 AM Shazam!/Isis

12 N Fat Albert And The Cosby Kids

12:30 Ark II

1 PM Kidsworld

1:30 Southeastern Wrestling

2:30 Music Hall America (a lot of experts

thought this show might compete with

Hee Haw and Lawrence Welk, but it

lasted only one season)

3:30 CBS Festival Of Lively Arts For


Young People

4:30 CBS Sports Spectacular

6 PM News

6:30 CBS News

7 PM Hee Haw

8 PM Mary Tyler Moore

8:30 Bob Newhart

9 PM All In The Family

9:30 All's Fair

10 PM Carol Burnett

11 PM News

11:30 Movie: "The Jayhawkers"

WKPT Ch. 19 Kingsport, TN (ABC)

7 AM Beverly Hillbillies

7:30 Superman (George Reeves)

8 AM Tom & Jerry/Mumbly

8:30 Jabberjaw

9 AM Scooby-Doo/Dynomutt

10:30 Krofft Supershow

11:30 Superfriends

12 N Oddball Couple

12:30 American Bandstand

1:30 American Angler


2 PM Ara's Sports World (Ara Parseghian)

2:30 Championship Wrestling (this may have

been Mid-Atlantic, since it was starting

to move into the Tri-Cities)

3:30 Pro Bowlers Tour (Tournament of Champions,

from Akron)

5 PM Wide World Of Sports (Wood Memorial, last

race before the Kentucky Derby, two weeks

hence and which Seattle Slew would take the

first step toward the Triple Crown)

6:30 The Racers

7 PM ABC News (Ted Koppel)

7:30 Animal World

8 PM Paul Lynde Special

9 PM Starsky & Hutch

10 PM Dog And Cat (the show that introduced

America to Kim Basinger)

11 PM ABC News

11:15 Movie: "Corvette K-225" (a ship, not a car)

12:45 Movie: "Tower Of London"

WTVK Ch. 26 (WVLT Ch. 8) Knoxville (ABC)

7 AM Bullwinkle

7:30 Jetsons
8 AM Tom & Jerry/Mumbly

8:30 Jabberjaw

9 AM Scooby-Doo/Dynomutt

10:30 Krofft Supershow

11:30 Superfriends

12 N Oddball Couple

12:30 American Bandstand

1:30 Formby's Antique Furniture Workshop

2 PM Let's Talk Sports

2:30 Bill Dance Outdoors

3 PM Outdoors With Julius Boros

3:30 Pro Bowlers Tour

5 PM Wide World Of Sports

6:30 ABC News

7 PM Fishing In Tennessee

7:30 In Search Of...

8 PM Paul Lynde Special

9 PM Starsky & Hutch

10 PM Dog And Cat

11 PM ABC News

11:15 700 Club

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

5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood


5:30 Electric Company

6 PM Citizen's Forum

6:30 Crockett's Victory Garden

7 PM Rebop

7:30 Once Upon A Classic

8 PM Black Perspective On The News

8:30 The Way It Was

9 PM Six American Families

10 PM Movie: "Shoeshine"

11:30 Films

This part of TN was on the borderline of Crockett's area so it i spossible that Mid Atlantic
wrestling was aired. The Southeastern promotion was either Welch or Nick Gulas.

The Blue Jays were terrible at this time. They may have won 55 games.

The NBC baseball game was rained (or more likely snowed) out that day.

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The NBC baseball game was rained (or more likely snowed) out that day.I'm guessing that was
maybe supposed to be the Jays' first national TV appearance, 1977 being their maiden year,
along with the Seattle Mariners. (Slight pause while I look that up just to be sure.)

Also, when did "All In The Family" move to Monday nights? I didn't think it was still on Saturdays
by '77.

I notice one NBC station airing Lohman & Barkley instead of "SNL"...Never got to see their TV
show, but I've heard some airchecks of their AM drive show on KFI in Los Angeles. Comic
geniuses, with a style that was kind of a cross between Bob & Ray and Jonathan Winters.

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I think "All In The Family" aired on Mondays in

the 1975-76 season; I know that it moved to

Sundays in the fall of '77.

Al Lohman and Roger Barkley hosted a short-lived

NBC game show, "Name Droppers," in the 1969-70

season, and I think they had a syndicated game show


in the '70s, "Bedtime Stories," which usually aired after

11 PM, at least on the few stations that bothered with

it.

Retro: Charlotte/Greenville Saturday, April 23, 1977

From TV Guide, Carolina-Tennessee Edition. WNSC/30

Rock Hill, SC, and WTVI/42 Charlotte, both PBS, are not

included; WNSC was added later.

WBTV Ch. 3 Charlotte (CBS)

7 AM Treehouse Club

7:30 Hot Fudge

8 AM Sylvester And Tweety

8:30 Lone Ranger (Clayton Moore or

John Hart)

9 AM Bugs Bunny/Road Runner

10 AM Tarzan--Lord Of The Jungle

10:30 Batman (animated)

11 AM Shazam!/Isis

12 N Fat Albert And The Cosby Kids

12:30 Ark II

1 PM CBS Children's Film Festival:

"Three Nuts For Cinderella,"

Czechoslovakia from 1973


2 PM Movie: "Mysterious Island"

4 PM Pop! Goes The Country

4:30 That Good Ole Nashville Music

5 PM Wrestling (most likely Mid-Atlantic)

6 PM News

6:30 CBS News (Bob Schieffer)

7 PM Lawrence Welk

8 PM Mary Tyler Moore

8:30 Bob Newhart

9 PM All In The Family

9:30 All's Fair

10 PM Carol Burnett

11 PM News

11:30 Movie: "One, Two, Three" (watch for

Arlene Francis in this one)

1:30 With This Ring

WFBC (WYFF) Ch. 4 Greenville, SC (NBC)

6 AM Ag-USA

6:30 Agriculture In Action

7 AM Kids From C.A.P.E.R.

7:30 Scrunch (kids' show that aired on all

Multimedia stations)

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 Monty's Rascals

12:30 Nashville On The Road

1 PM Wrestling (Mid-Atlantic)

2 PM Grandstand

2:15 Baseball: Red Sox-Blue Jays

5 PM Mission: Impossible (time approximate)

6 PM News

6:30 Dolly

7 PM Music Hall America (a lot of experts thought

this show would compete with Hee Haw and

Lawrence Welk, but it lasted only one season)

8 PM NBC Movie: "Against A Crooked Sky"

9:50 Miss World 1976 Highlights

11 PM News

11:30 Movie: "Island Of The Burning Doomed"

(Ch. 4 wouldn't pick up SNL until the next season)

1 AM Peter Marshall (the "master of The Hollywood Squares"

makes a one-season attempt at a talk show)

WSPA Ch. 7 Spartanburg, SC (CBS)


6 AM World Thing

6:30 Sunrise Semester

7 AM Cliff Gray (agriculture and music)

7:30 Bullwinkle

8 AM Sylvester And Tweety

8:30 Clue Club

9 AM Bugs Bunny/Road Runner

10 AM Tarzan--Lord Of The Jungle

10:30 Batman (animated)

11 AM Shazam!/Isis

12 N Fat Albert And The Cosby Kids

12:30 Ark II

1 PM Confabulation (kids' show)

1:30 Ara's Sports World (Ara Parseghian)

2 PM Downtown

2:30 Here And Now

3 PM Movie: "Angel In My Pocket" (Andy

Griffith's flop theatrical film from '68)

5 PM Arthur Smith

5:30 Pop! Goes The Country

6 PM News

6:30 CBS News

7 PM Hee Haw

8 PM Mary Tyler Moore


8:30 Bob Newhart

9 PM All In The Family

9:30 All's Fair

10 PM Carol Burnett

11 PM News

11:30 Movie: "Once You Kiss A Stranger"

WSOC Ch. 9 Charlotte (NBC)

7 AM Kidsworld

7:30 Batman (Adam West)

8 AM Woody Woodpecker

8:30 Pink Panther

10 AM Speed Buggy

10:30 Monster Squad

11 AM Space Ghost/Frankenstein Jr.

11:30 Big John, Little John

12 N Land Of The Lost

12:30 World Of Survival

1 PM Outdoors With Ken Callaway

1:30 Sportsman's Friend

2 PM Grandstand

2:15 Baseball: Red Sox-Blue Jays

5 PM Music Hall America (time approximate)

6 PM Eyewitness Magazine
7 PM Bugs Bunny

7:30 Wild Kingdom

8 PM NBC Movie: "Against A Crooked Sky"

9:50 Miss World 1976 Highlights

11 PM News

11:30 Saturday Night (Live) (Eric Idle is host)

WLOS Ch. 13 Asheville, NC (ABC)

6:30 Ounce Of Prevention

7 AM Mr. Bill's (Norwood) Weekend

8 AM Tom & Jerry/Mumbly

8:30 Jabberjaw

9 AM Scooby-Doo/Dynomutt

10:30 Krofft Supershow

11:30 Superfriends

12 N Oddball Couple

12:30 American Bandstand

1:30 Soul Train

2:30 Star Trek

3:30 Movie: "The Invisible Man

Returns"

5 PM Wide World Of Sports (Wood

Memorial, last race before the

Kentucky Derby, which Seattle


Slew would win in his first step

toward the Triple Crown)

6:30 Gong Show

7 PM Lawrence Welk

8 PM Paul Lynde Special

9 PM Starsky & Hutch

10 PM Dog And Cat (the show that

introduced America to Kim Basinger)

11 PM News

11:15 ABC News

11:30 Wrestling (World Wide, out of Raleigh)

12:30 Best Of Groucho

WHKY Ch. 14 Hickory, NC (Ind.)

4 PM The King Is Coming

4:45 Scope

5 PM Witnessing For Jesus

5:30 Scope

6 PM News

6:15 Lenoir Rhyne College Today

6:30 American Angler

7 PM Outdoors With Ken Callaway

7:30 Movin' With Bluegrass

8 PM Good News
8:55 The Big Play

9 PM Shower Of Blessings

10 PM Movie: "Cowboy And The Senorita"

11 PM Wrestling (I think it's a Raleigh show,

but don't know if it's Mid-Atlantic

or World Wide)

12 M Movie: "Wall Street Cowboy"

WGGS Ch. 16 Greenville, SC (Ind.)

11:30 Lone Ranger

12 N Sgt. Preston Of The Yukon

12:30 Fisherman

1 PM Thrill-Maker Sports

1:30 Southern Sportsman

2 PM PTL Club

4 PM Gerald Derstine

5 PM Lester Sumrall

5:30 700 Club

7 PM High Adventure

7:30 Jimmy Swaggart

8 PM Joyful News

9 PM Sunday School Lesson

9:30 Gospel Star Time

11 PM Nancy Harmon
WUNE Ch. 17 Linville, NC/

WUNF Ch. 33 Asheville, NC (PBS)

5 PM Nova

6 PM You The Deaf

6:30 Black Perspective On The News

7 PM Chamber Music

7:30 Images Of Country Women

8 PM Lowell Thomas Remembers (Part 1

of 2 on FDR's presidency)

8:30 The Way It Was (Rocky Graziano-

Tony Zale middleweight championship

fight June 10, 1948, rubber match for

the two)

9 PM Best Of Ernie Kovacs

9:30 International Animation Festival

10 PM Masterpiece Theatre: "Upstairs, Downstairs,"

Part 14

sign off 11 PM

WCCB Ch. 18 Charlotte (ABC)

8 AM Tom & Jerry/Mumbly

8:30 Jabberjaw
9 AM Scooby-Doo/Dynomutt

10:30 Krofft Supershow

11:30 Superfriends

12 N Oddball Couple

12:30 American Bandstand

1:30 Soul Train

2:30 Inquiry

3:30 Pro Bowlers Tour (Tournament of

Champions, from Akron)

5 PM Wide World Of Sports

6:30 ABC News (Ted Koppel)

7 PM Inquiry

7:30 Outdoors With Julius Boros

8 PM Paul Lynde Special

9 PM Starsky & Hutch

10 PM Dog And Cat

11 PM 700 Club

12:30 ABC News

WNTV Ch. 29 Greenville, SC (PBS)

10 AM Electric Company

10:30 Villa Alegre

11 AM Sesame Street

12 N Zoom
12:30 The Way It Was (the 1964

USC-Notre Dame football game)

1 PM Highway Panorama

1:15 Erica (needlework)

1:30 By-Line

2 PM French Chef

2:30 Garden Spot

3 PM Cinema Showcase: George

Cosmatos (who?)

3:30 Journey Into Art

4 PM Lilias, Yoga And You

4:30 Crockett's Victory Garden

5 PM Consumer Survival Kit

5:30 Job Man Caravan

6 PM Health Sciences

6:30 University Forum

7 PM Once Upon A Classic: "Little

Lord Fauntleroy" (Part 3)

7:30 Studio See

8 PM Best Of Ernie Kovacs

8:30 Romantic Rebellion

9 PM American Short Story: "The

Blue Hotel" by Stephen Crane

10 PM Soundstage
WRET (WCNC) Ch. 36 Charlotte (Ind.)

7 AM Cartoon Carnival

8:30 Addams Family

9 AM Speed Racer

9:30 Three Stooges And Pals

11 AM Movie: "Hit The Ice"

12:30 Wrestling (I believe it's World

Wide)

1:30 Movie: "A Bullet Is Waiting"

3 PM Movie: "Night Creatures"

4:30 Nashville On The Road

5 PM Fishin' Hole

5:30 Saturday Showcase (with two local

country-music icons, Tommy Faile

and Ken Linker)

6 PM Star Trek

7 PM Wrestling (don't know which, although

Ch. 36 had Florida wrestling for years)

8 PM Movie: "The Feminist And The Fuzz"

9:30 Rhythm And Blues Awards

11 PM Boxing: Two 10-round light-heavyweight

fights--Lonnie Bennett vs. Alvaro "Yaqui"

Lopez, and Marvin Johnson vs. Tom "The

Bomb" Bethea
12:30 Don Kirshner's Rock Concert

2 AM James Brown's Future Shock

3 AM Movie: "Arrivederci, Baby!"

5 AM Movie: "One Sunday Afternoon"

WAIM (WMYA) Ch. 40 Anderson, SC (CBS, some ABC)

8 AM Sylvester And Tweety

8:30 Clue Club

9 AM Bugs Bunny/Road Runner

10 AM Tarzan--Lord Of The Jungle

10:30 Batman (animated)

11 AM Shazam!/Isis

12 N Fat Albert And The Cosby Kids

12:30 Ark II

1 PM CBS Children's Film Festival: "Three

Nuts For Cinderella" (Czechoslovakia,

1973)

2 PM Panorama

3 PM Compass

4:30 CBS Sports Spectacular

6 PM Bill Dance Outdoors

6:30 CBS News

7 PM Quest

8 PM Mary Tyler Moore


8:30 Bob Newhart

9 PM All In The Family

9:30 All's Fair

10 PM Carol Burnett

sign off 11 PM

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One of the wrestling shows could be some indy-0utlaw show. Crockett did have some
competition in the 70's. First from the Johnny Powers IWA and then some others formed after
that fizzled. Eventually by the early 80's they were non-factors.

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I remember the IWA but I don't remember seeing

it after 1975. One thing I remember about that

show was the ring announcer, Doug Weathers,


who did the weather on WTOC/11 Savannah.

A friend of mine at the University of Georgia told

me it would be like him to be a ring announcer.

WHKY may very well have been carrying a wrestling

show from outside the Carolinas. However, WBTV and

WFBC (WYFF) were, by this time, carrying Mid-Atlantic

Championship Wrestling with Bob Caudle as announcer;

WLOS and WRET (WCNC) had World Wide Wrestling,

which went through a number of announcers before

Rich Landrum became the voice of that show. Caudle,

BTW, worked with David Crockett; Landrum, with Johnny

Weaver. And since Channel 36 was owned by Ted Turner

at the time, I wonder if one of the Georgia shows aired

there.

Retro: Charlotte/Greenville Friday, April 29, 1977

From TV Guide, Carolina-Tennessee Edition.

NOTE: Neither WNSC/30 Rock Hill nor WTVI/42

Charlotte (both PBS) are listed, although WNSC

was later, around 1979.

WBTV Ch. 3 Charlotte (CBS)

6:30 Story Of Jesus


6:35 Almanac

6:45 News

7 AM CBS News (Bruce Morton/

Hughes Rudd)

8 AM Captain Kangaroo

9 AM Donahue

9:30 Tattletales

10 AM Double Dare (last telecast of

the Trebek version--"Here's

Lucy" reruns took over the

timeslot the following Monday)

10:30 Price Is Right

11:30 Love Of Life

11:55 CBS News (Douglas Edwards)

12 N Top O' The Day

1 PM Search For Tomorrow

1:30 As The World Turns

2:30 Guiding Light

3 PM Little Rascals

3:30 New Mickey Mouse Club

4 PM My Three Sons

4:30 Adam-12

5 PM Gunsmoke

6 PM News

7 PM CBS News
7:30 Name That Tune

8 PM CBS Movie: "A Boy Named

Charlie Brown"

9:30 CBS Movie: "Class Of '44"

11 PM News

11:30 Those Were The Years

11:35 Burns And Allen

12:05 Men Into Space

12:35 The Phantom Empire (Chapter

7, "From Death To Life," with

Gene Autry)

WFBC (WYFF) Ch. 4 Greenville, SC (NBC)

6 AM Agriculture In Action

6:30 Not For Women Only

7 AM Today (Tom Brokaw)

9 AM Ironside

10 AM Sanford And Son

10:30 Hollywood Squares

11 AM Wheel Of Fortune

11:30 Shoot For The Stars

12 N News

12:30 Green Acres

1 PM Gong Show
1:30 Days Of Our Lives

2:30 The Doctors

3 PM Another World

4 PM Popcorn Funny Flicks (Bugs Bunny

and the other Looney Tunes characters,

the Little Rascals, and I don't remember

what else)

4:30 Gunsmoke

5:30 Adam-12

6 PM News

7 PM NBC News

7:30 Price Is Right

8 PM Sanford And Son

8:30 Chico And The Man (a rerun--Freddie

Prinze had committed suicide in January)

9 PM Rockford Files

10 PM Quincy

11 PM News

11:30 Tonight Show

1 AM Midnight Special (British rock is the theme,

with Elton John, Rod Stewart, Fleetwood Mac,

Genesis, Electric Light Orchestra, Queen)

WSPA Ch. 7 Spartanburg, SC (CBS)


6 AM Sunrise Semester

6:30 Arthur Smith

7 AM CBS News

8 AM Captain Kangaroo

9 AM Donahue

10 AM Nancy Welch

10:30 Price Is Right

11:30 Love Of Life

11:55 News (local)

12 N Young And The Restless

12:30 Search For Tomorrow

1 PM I Dream Of Jeannie

1:30 As The World Turns

2:30 Guiding Light

3 PM All In The Family

3:30 Match Game '77

4 PM Tattletales

4:30 Partridge Family

5 PM The Lucy Show

5:30 Family Affair

6 PM My Three Sons

6:30 CBS News

7 PM News

7:30 In Search Of...

8 PM CBS Movie: "A Boy Named


Charlie Brown"

9:30 CBS Movie: "Class Of '44"

11 PM News

11:30 NBA Play-Off: Western Conference

game, teams TBA

1:30 Movie: "Code Name: Jaguar" (time

approximate)

WSOC Ch. 9 Charlotte (NBC)

6 AM Good Morning Carolina (don't know if

Ch. 9 knew it was going to ABC in

July 1978)

6:30 Arthur Smith

7 AM Today

9 AM Mike Douglas

10 AM Sanford And Son

10:30 Hollywood Squares

11 AM Wheel Of Fortune

11:30 Shoot For The Stars

12 N Eyewitness

12:30 Dinah!

1:30 Days Of Our Lives

2:30 The Doctors

3 PM Another World
4 PM Big Valley

5 PM Bewitched

5:30 Odd Couple

6 PM News

6:30 NBC News

7 PM Hee Haw

8 PM Sanford And Son

8:30 Chico And The Man

9 PM Rockford Files

10 PM Quincy

11 PM News

11:30 Tonight Show

1 AM Midnight Special

WLOS Ch. 13 Asheville, NC (ABC)

6:20 Medix

6:50 Good Morning Carolina

6:55 Mr. Bill (Norwood) And Friends

7:30 Good Morning America

9 AM Dinah!

10 AM Sesame Street

11 AM Happy Days

11:30 Family Feud

12 N I Love Lucy
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 Flintstones

4:30 Brady Bunch

5 PM Emergency One!

6 PM ABC News

6:30 Andy Griffith

7 PM News

7:30 Andy Williams (his short-lived

syndicated show)

8 PM Donny & Marie

9 PM ABC Movie: "The Love Boat"

(pilot for the series that aired

on Saturdays starting that fall)

11 PM News

11:30 Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman

12 M All That Glitters (Norman Lear's

comedy serial about gender-role

reversal in the workplace)

12:30 Best Of Groucho

WHKY Ch. 14 Hickory, NC (Ind.)


1:30 Good Day!

2 PM Movie: "Pardon My Glove"

3:25 Light For Living

3:30 Rascals Club

4:30 Movie: "The Arizona Kid"

5:30 Lassie

6 PM News

6:30 Scope

7 PM Dudley Watson (country music)

8 PM W.K. Bumgarner

8:30 Zion Road Gospel Hour

9:30 Nathan Grooms

10 PM News

10:25 Devotions

10:30 Movie: "Bad Men Of Deadwood"

11:30 Movie: "Lili Marlene"

WGGS Ch. 16 Greenville, SC (Ind.)

12:30 Bible Lesson

1 PM PTL Club

3 PM Bozo's Big Top

3:30 Uncle Hank

4 PM Timmy And Lassie


4:30 Lone Ranger

5 PM Sgt. Preston Of The Yukon

5:30 Kaleidoscope

6 PM Nancy Harmon

7 PM The Listener

7:15 The Athlete

7:30 This Is The Life

8 PM Music City

8:30 Nightline (later changed its

spelling to Nite Line to avoid

confusion with the ABC news

program)

10 PM 700 Club

WUNE Ch. 17 Linville, NC/

WUNF Ch. 33 Asheville (PBS)

9 AM Sesame Street

10 AM Electric Company

10:30 In-school programs

12 N Crockett's Victory Garden

12:30 In-school programs

3 PM Anyone For Tennyson?

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 Best Of Ernie Kovacs

7 PM General Assembly This Week

7:30 Consumer Survival Kit

8 PM Washington Week In Review

8:30 Wall Street Week

9 PM Agronsky At Large

9:30 Americana

10 PM Woman Alive!

11 PM Black Perspective On The News

WCCB Ch. 18 Charlotte (ABC)

6:55 News

7 AM Good Morning America

9 AM 700 Club

10:30 The Lesson

11 AM Happy Days

11:30 Family Feud

12 N Second Chance (forerunner of

Press Your Luck)

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 My Favorite Martian

5 PM The Fugitive

6 PM ABC News

6:30 Best Of Groucho

7 PM Liars Club

7:30 Last Of The Wild

8 PM Donny & Marie

9 PM ABC Movie: "The Love Boat"

11 PM Green Acres

11:30 Baretta

12:40 Viewpoint (not WRAL's, since

that had been discontinued

the year before)

WNTV Ch. 29 Greenville, SC (PBS)

In-school programs until

4:30 Sesame Street

5:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

6 PM Electric Company
6:30 For The People (not William Shatner's

short-lived 1965 lawyer show that kept

him out of the Star Trek pilot)

7 PM Newspaper Lab

7:10 Getting The Word

7:30 Seven30

8 PM Washington Week In Review

8:30 Wall Street Week

9 PM Agronsky At Large

9:30 Americana

10 PM Woman Alive!

11 PM MacNeil/Lehrer Report

11:30 Captioned ABC News

12 M Lilias, Yoga And You

WRET (WCNC) Ch. 36 Charlotte (Ind.)

7 AM Three Stooges And Pals

8 AM Dennis The Menace (sitcom)

8:30 Leave It To Beaver

9 AM Coffeetime

9:30 I Dream Of Jeannie

10 AM Hazel

10:30 Love, American Style

11 AM PTL Club
1 PM Movie: "The Wild Heart"

2:30 Cartoon Carnival

3 PM Popeye And Pals

3:30 The Archies

4 PM Flintstones

4:30 Speed Racer

5 PM Brady Bunch

5:30 I Love Lucy

6 PM Family Affair

6:30 Beverly Hillbillies

7 PM Andy Griffith

7:30 Gomer Pyle, USMC

8 PM Movie: "The Valley Of Gwangi"

10 PM Star Trek

11 PM Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman

(this wasn't carried on Ted Turner's

sister station in Atlanta--WXIA/11 Alive

had it there)

11:30 NBA Play-Off: Western Conference game,

teams TBA (pre-empted on WBTV)

1:30 News (time approximate)

1:45 Movie: "The Busy Body"

3:30 Movie: "The Deadly Bees"

5:30 Movie: "Best Of The Badmen"


WAIM (WMYA) Ch. 40 Anderson, SC (CBS, some ABC)

11:30 Love Of Life

11:55 CBS News (Douglas Edwards)

12 N Young And The Restless

12:30 Search For Tomorrow

1 PM All My Children

2 PM $20,000 Pyramid

2:30 Guiding Light

3 PM All In The Family

3:30 Match Game '77

4 PM Tattletales

4:30 Panorama

5 PM Compass

5:25 News

5:30 This Is The Life

6 PM ABC News

6:30 CBS News

7 PM Quest

7:30 Highway Panorama

8 PM CBS Movie: "A Boy Named

Charlie Brown"

9:30 CBS Movie: "Class Of '44"

Ch. 40 signs off at 11 PM

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WBTV Ch. 3 Charlotte (CBS)

11:30 Those Were The Years

11:35 Burns And Allen

12:05 Men Into Space

12:35 The Phantom Empire (Chapter

7, "From Death To Life," with

Gene Autry)

WRET (WCNC) Ch. 36 Charlotte (Ind.)

11:30 NBA Play-Off: Western Conference game,

teams TBA (pre-empted on WBTV)

I wonder why WBTV thought old reruns were more important than network sports coverage...

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Re: Retro: Charlotte/Greenville Friday, April 29, 1977

WBTV NEVER aired NBA basketball until the Charlotte Hornets came to town. Of course, neither
did WFMY or WTVD.

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Re: Retro: Charlotte/Greenville Friday, April 29, 1977

Also remember, this is when the NBA was in its "dark period", just more than two years away
from the NBA debuts of Magic Johnson and Larry Bird. During this same time down the way in
Atlanta, WAGA didn't always show all of CBS's NBA telecasts either, and those games ended up
on then-WTCG. Being that North Carolina is college basketball country, and with the closest NBA
franchises being the Washington Bullets (damn good back in those days) and Atlanta Hawks (so-
so back then), I'm guessing that WBTV thought they would generate better profits showing
syndicated product rather than the network stuff late nights.

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The sad thing is, even after the NBA gained in popularity, WBTV refused to carry the NBA. Even
worse, when WRET switched to NBC, they no longer carried the NBA either! WCCB, owned by
eventual part-owner of the Hornets, Cy Bahakel, and original flagship station of the Hornets, also
passed! Until the Hornets began play in Charlotte, there was no OTA NBA representation at all in
Charlotte! WFMY and WTVD likewise continued to refuse to carry the NBA. When WGGT/48
came on in Greensboro, they did carry the CBS games, and the independent channel in
Fayetteville on channel 62 carried the games when they came on the air. I do believe WSPA/7
and WLTX/19 always carried the CBS NBA games. In the 1970s and 80s both WBTV and WSOC in
Charlotte pre-empted MANY network programs. I think this went back to their days when they
carried programs from all three networks, which resulted in both stations having large audiences
outside of the Charlotte DMA. By continuing to carry lots of non-network fare, they were able to
maintain a large viewership outside of their home market. The growth of cable finally put a stop
to that.

ABC Schedule Friday, May 25, 1979

All Times EST

7:00 Good Morning America

9:00 Local Programming


11:00 Laverne & Shirley & Company

11:30 Family Feud

12:00 The $20,000 Pyramid (guests Anita Gillette and Daryl Anderson)

12:30 Ryan's Hope

1:00 All My Children

2:00 One Life to Live

3:00 General Hospital

4:00 The Edge of Night

4:30 Local Programming

World News Tonight airs between 6:00 and 7:30

8:00 Welcome Back, Kotter "Oo, Oo, I Do"

9:00 Friday Night Movie: "Hot Rod"

11:00 Local Programming

11:30 Soap

12:00 Baretta

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Sources:

The Encyclopedia of Daytime Television by Wesley Hyatt

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

by Tim Brooks and Earle Marsh


The Pyramid Celebrity Archives http://www.fortunecity.com/lavendar/...8/25kceleb.htm

TV.com http://www.tv.com

The "E! True Hollywood Story" program on "Welcome Back, Kotter" a few years ago indicated
that this highly anticipated episode (Horshack's wedding) was bumped for an address by
President Carter.

Given the date (Friday of Memorial Day weekend), wouldn't this have been a rerun?

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Usually, it would have been, but these were among the last (if not the absolute last)first-run
episodes of 'Kotter' to air, as the series had just been cancelled. ABC had moved or pre-empted
the show frequently that season, as it was clear it was on its last legs, and they were just
'burning it off'. They continued to air reruns through the summer; maybe these episodes aired at
some point later on?

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Re: ABC Schedule Friday, May 25, 1979

Minor nitpick: The "& Company" wasn't added to "Laverne & Shirley" until it hit syndication in
the fall of 1981. However, there was a real funky edit with the opening theme for the show.

I have an off-air recording of the 10:40-11:40 hour of ABC from back in spring 1980 off WABC-7
in NY with, of course, all of L&S and some of the Feud...L&S is interesting to watch...It looked like
the copy provided for daytime reruns wasn't in very good quality...

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I missed the entire schedule (and Carter's speech [what was it about?]) on all three networks
that night. I was attending my senior prom (or as our school called it, our senior banquet).

And on a more tragic note (correct me on the date), wasn't 5/25/79 the day that a Lockheed
TriStar, immediately after takeoff from Chicago-O'Hare, have an engine drop off due to a faulty
bracket, and plummet to earth, killing everyone on board? I believe it was the deadliest pre-9/11
air disaster in U.S. history. I remember seeing a documentary on that crash a couple of years ago
on (I think) HIST.

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Quote Originally Posted by ixnay

...wasn't 5/25/79 the day that a Lockheed TriStar, immediately after takeoff from Chicago-
O'Hare, have an engine drop off due to a faulty bracket, and plummet to earth, killing everyone
on board?

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Quote Originally Posted by ixnay

I missed the entire schedule (and Carter's speech [what was it about?]) on all three networks
that night. I was attending my senior prom (or as our school called it, our senior banquet).

And on a more tragic note (correct me on the date), wasn't 5/25/79 the day that a Lockheed
TriStar, immediately after takeoff from Chicago-O'Hare, have an engine drop off due to a faulty
bracket, and plummet to earth, killing everyone on board? I believe it was the deadliest pre-9/11
air disaster in U.S. history. I remember seeing a documentary on that crash a couple of years ago
on (I think) HIST.

You are correct, sir -- it was AA Flight 191, the crash of which killed all 271 passengers and crew,
plus 2 people on the ground. I recall watching network live coverage of that crash when it
happened. However, the crash occurred at 4:04 EDT which means, at least in the Eastern and
Central zones, it didn't really impact network schedules as there would have been no network
programming (save for the nightly newscasts) until 8 pm. (Unless CBS was sending out a 4 pm
feed of GL or some other soap to some affiliates.)

Remember when the broadcast networks actually covered stuff like that? Nowadays, it just
about takes something on the scale of a 9/11 or them to gear up, having all but abandoned live
breaking news coverage to the cable news networks. Which, of course, doesn't help the 13
million or so Americans who rely on OTA reception for their TV. But then, traditionally they got
far more flak from viewers about pre-empting their shows than viewers who appreciated the
news coverage (even on 9/11 there were actually calls from viewers irate that their soaps and
game shows were being canceled to show this historic and world-changing event), so they
probably figure they come out ahead in the PR department. :

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Quote Originally Posted by ixnay


And on a more tragic note (correct me on the date), wasn't 5/25/79 the day that a Lockheed
TriStar, immediately after takeoff from Chicago-O'Hare, have an engine drop off due to a faulty
bracket, and plummet to earth, killing everyone on board? I believe it was the deadliest pre-9/11
air disaster in U.S. history. I remember seeing a documentary on that crash a couple of years ago
on (I think) HIST.

...among those killed were Sheldon Wax, managing editor of Playboy; his wife Judith Wax, who
contributed material to the magazine; and Playboy's fiction editor, Vicki Haider. I seem to recall
that WLS-TV had legendary anchorman Fahey Flynn cover the story from the crash site, and he
got a local Emmy for it...

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Quote Originally Posted by Stanislav

However, the crash occurred at 4:04 EDT which means, at least in the Eastern and Central zones,
it didn't really impact network schedules as there would have been no network programming
(save for the nightly newscasts) until 8 pm. (Unless CBS was sending out a 4 pm feed of GL or
some other soap to some affiliates.)

It did impact network schedules, but really not by much...ABC's 4pm offering was "The Edge of
Night", CBS's was "Love of Life" (recently dispatched from its long time 11:30am (EST) slot to
make room for Price is Right, which moved from 10:30 to 11). NBC stopped programming the
1pm/4pm slot earlier in the year when "Another World" expanded to 90 minutes and "Days of
our Lives" moved to 1pm (EST).

Huh, that's right...I forgot that EON had moved to ABC for a few years. Because when I was
growing up (and my mother and grandmother were huge soap fans at the time) it was on CBS, I
always mentally associate it with that network.

CBS Schedule Wednesday, February 8, 1984 (with YouTube link)


All Times EST

6:30 CBS Early Morning News

7:00 CBS Morning News

9:00 Local Programming

10:00 The $25,000 Pyramid: guests Markie Post (The Fall Guy) and Richard Kline (Three's
Company)

10:30 Press Your Luck

11:00 The Price is Right

12:00 Local Programming

12:30 The Young and the Restless

1:30 As the World Turns

2:30 Capitol

3:00 Guiding Light

4:00 Tattletales

4:30 Local Programming

CBS Evening News airs at 6:30 or 7:00

8:00 The Bugs Bunny-Road Runner Movie

9:00 CBS Wednesday Movie: "A Good Sport"

11:00 Local Programming

11:30 Police Story

12:30 CBS Late Movie

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The Encyclopedia of Daytime Television by Wesley Hyatt

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

by Tim Brooks and Earle Marsh

The Pyramid Celebrity Archives http://www.fortunecity.com/lavendar/...8/25kceleb.htm

TV.com http://www.tv.com

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Was Markie Post on Fall Guy, too? I know she was on Night Court, and Heather Thomas was on
Fall Guy. ???

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Both Markie Post and Heather Thomas were on "The Fall Guy."

Retro: North Florida/South Georgia Mon, Feb 17, 1964

from All Florida-Jacksonville edition

2 WESH Daytona Beach/Orlando

4 WJXT Jacksonville

5 WUFT Gainesville

6 WCTV Tallahassee

7 WJCT Jacksonville

10 WALB Albany

11 WFSU Tallahassee

12 WFGA Jacksonville

Morning

6:00

2 Slimnastics

4 Sunrise Semester
6:10

12 Classroom "The New Leviathan"

6:15

2 Sunshine Almanac

6:30

2 World Civilization

4 Pastor's Study

6:35

4 Sunshine Almanac

6:40

12 Living Words

6:45

6 Cartoons

12 Hi, Neighbor

6:50

4 Farm & Home (Luther Harrell, Baker Co)

7:00

2-10-12 Today
4 News/Weather

6 Good Morning

7:05

4 Ranger Hal

7:25

2 Farm Report

12 News

7:30

2-12 Today

7:50

4 News

8:00

4-6 Captain Kangaroo

8:25

2-12 News/Weather

10 Georgia Today

8:30

2-10-12 Today
9:00

2 Divorce Court

4 Bachelor Father

6 Jack LaLanne

10 Meditation

12 Romper Room

9:05

10 Little Theatre

9:30

4 People are Funny

6 Tennessee Ernie Ford

10 Ladies' Day

12 Jack LaLanne

10:00

2-10 Say When

4-6 CBS News

12 Waldo Norris

10:25

2-10-12 NBC News


10:30

2-10-12 Word for Word

4-6 I Love Lucy

11:00

2-10-12 Concentration

4 Price is Right

6 Real McCoys

11:30

2-10-12 Missing Links

4-6 Pete & Gladys

Afternoon

noon

2-12 Your First Impression

4-6 Love of Life

10 RFD Sowega

12:25

4-6 CBS News

12:30

2-10-12 Truth or Consequencxes


4-6 Search for Tomorrow

12:45

4-6 Guiding Light

12:55

2-10-12 NBC News

1:00

2 News/Weather

4 Midday

6 Rural Report

10 Town & Country

12 News

1:05

12 Match Game

1:15

2 Focus 2

1:30

2 Science

4-6 As the World Turns

12 Tennessee Ernie Ford


2:00

2-10-12 Let's Make a Deal

4-6 Password

2:25

2-10-12 NBC News

2:30

2-10-12 Doctors

4-6 House Party

3:00

2-10-12 Loretta Young

4-6 To Tell the Truth

3:25

4-6 CBS News

3:30

2-10-12 You Don't Say

4-6 Edge of Night

4:00

2-10 Match Game


4-6 Secret Storm

12 Popeye

4:25

2-10 NBC News

4:30

2 Burns & Allen

4 Yogi Bear

6 Price is Right

10 Make Room for Daddy

12 Early Show "Las Vegas Shakedown"

5:00

2 Best of Groucho

4 Surfside Six

6 Mickey Mouse

10 Captain Mercury & Space Explorers

5:25

2 Moments in Sports

5:30

2 Newscope

6 Yogi Bear
5:45

10 Cartoons

5:55

11-12 News

Evening

6:00

2-4-6-10-12 News

5 Sunshine Almanac

7 Biology

11 What's New?

6:15

5 News

6:30

2-10-12 NBC News

4-6 CBS News

5 Operation Alphabet

7 Spanish

11 Arts
7:00

2 Zane Grey Theatre

4 Rawhide

5 Sing Hi, Sing Lo

6 Trackdown

7 What's New?

10 Sea Hunt

11 English

12 Movie "Lafayette Escadrille"

7:15

5 Friendly Giant

7:30

2-10 Movie "The Safecracker"

5 What's New?

6 To Tell the Truth

7 Astronomy

11 Operation Alphabet

8:00

4-6 I've Got a Secret

5 High School Basketball

7 Early Florida

11 Open Mind "Educational TV in a Commercial World"


8:30

4-6 Lucy Show

5 Art

7 Camera 3

9:00

4-6 Danny Thomas

5-7-11 International Magazine

12 Hollywood Stars "The Great Lovers"

9:30

2 Hollywood & the Stars "The Angry Screen"

4-6 Andy Griffith

10 Arrest & Trial

12 Fugitive (premiere)

10:00

2-4 Mitch Miller

6 Fugitive

7 Art

10:30

12 Compass 12
11:00

2-4-6-10-12 News

11:15

6 King's Movie "Cross of Lorraine"

10 Tonight Show

11:25

4 Late Show "Romance in the Dark"

11:30

2-12 Tonight Show

Late Night

12:55

4 News

1:00

2 News

1:05

2 Daily Word

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Interesting schedule covering a large geographic area, and not a single ABC affiliate. I believe all
of the commercial channels listed, except channel 2, were secondary ABC, but showed few ABC
programs. I remember stopping in Jacksonville in the early 60s and being amazed that I couldn't
watch American Bandstand (I was about 14). No ABC, but three VHF educational channels. In
fact, WXGA/8 in Waycross GA would have made 4--were they not on the air in 64? This area was
SO ready for UHF. About a year later WJKS/17 came on in Jacksonville with ABC.

RETRO: WESTERN ILLINOIS-NORTHEAST MISSOURI SATURDAY NOVEMBER 9, 1974

From the Quincy Herald-Whig...

3 KTVO Kirksville-Ottumwa (ABC)

7:00 Yogi's Gang

7:25 Schoolhouse Rock

7:30 Bugs Bunny

8:00 Hong Kong Phooey

8:25 SHR
8:30 Gilligan

9:00 Devlin

9:30 Korg: 70,000 B.C.

9:55 SHR

10:00 Super Friends

10:55 SHR

11:00 These are the Days

11:25 SHR

11:30 College Football

6:00 Lawrence Welk

7:00 Cricket in Times Square (A cartoon special, I think...)

7:30 Movie

9:00 Nakia

10:00 News

10:30 Movies??? (I'm satisfied they didn't sign-off THAT early, but the listing I found stopped at
10:00 :)

7 KHQA Hannibal-Quincy (CBS)

7:00 Speed Buggy

7:26 In the News

7:30 Scooby Doo

7:56 ITN

8:00 Jeannie

8:30 Partridge Family: 2200 A.D.


9:00 Valley of the Dinosaurs

9:26 ITN

9:30 Shazam

9:56 ITN

10:00 Harlem Globetrotters Popcorn Machine

10:26 ITN

10:30 Hudson Brothers

10:56 ITN

11:00 U.S. of Archie

11:26 ITN

11:30 Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids

11:56 ITN

12:00 CBS Children's Film Festival

1:00 CBS Sports Spectacular

2:00 NFL Game of the Week

2:30 Big Blue Marble (Anyone remember that 1?? ;D)

3:00 Quincy Schools in Action

3:30 Bonanza

4:30 Celebrity Tennis

5:00 Porter Wagoner

5:30 CBS News

6:00 Local News

6:30 Partridge Family

7:00 All in the Family

7:30 Paul Sand in Friends & Lovers (Who In What Now ??? ;D)
8:00 Mary Tyler Moore

8:30 Bob Newhart

9:00 Carol Burnett

10:00 News

10:30 Nashville Music (As in "That Good Ol'")

11:00 Death Valley Days

11:30 Call of the West

10 WGEM Quincy

6:30 Agriculture USA

7:00 Addams Family

7:30 Wheelie and the Chopper Bunch

8:00 Emergency Plus Four

8:30 Run, Joe, Run

9:00 Land of the Lost

9:30 Sigmund and The Sea Monsters

10:00 Pink Panther

10:30 Star Trek

11:00 The Jetsons

11:30 Go!

12:00 By the Way

12:30 Bullwinkle

1:00 This Week in Pro Football


2:00 Roller Derby

3:00 All Star Wrestling (Oh, if there had been VCR's back then ;D)

4:00 Car and Track

4:30 Untamed World

5:00 Buck Owens (in direct competition with Porter Wagoner on Ch. 7 )

5:30 NBC News

6:00 Local News

6:30 Lawrence Welk

7:30 Adam-12

8:00 Movie

10:30 News

11:00 All Star Wrestling (This was a year or so before the debut of SNL, at which time ASW was
moved to Midnight)

12:00 Celebrity Bowling

12:30 Weather, News

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Funny that KHQA would show "The Partridge Family" just before "All In The Family", given that
PF had just been canceled on account of AITF.
WGEM - 10 Quincy (NBC)

7:30 PM Adam-12

delay from Tuesday at 7:00 PM

8:00 PM Movie

Local or NBC?

Did they pre-empt Emergency! because they were showing Lawrence Welk at 6:30 PM? Did they
air it on another day like they did with Adam-12?

KHQA Hannibal-Quincy 7 (CBS)

11:00 Death Valley Days

These were new syndicated episodes that featured Merle Haggard as narrator.

11:30 Call Of The West

Syndicated reruns of Death Valley Days.

I thought about mentioning the pre-emption of "Emergency!" when I posted this. Yep, it was
aired on Tuesday from 6:30-7:30 (Central, of course :) at least for the '74-'75 season. I have a
vague memory of watching it at least once and then going outside and tearing around on my
bike, pretending to be Gage & DeSoto ;D
Thanks for the info on the two westerns, I have no recollection of them, 11:00 being past my
bedtime at age 8 My earliest memories of late Sat. night on KHQA is 2 solid hours of country
music, the lineup I remember being:

Marty Robbins' Spotlight

That (Good Ol') Nashville Music

Nashville On the Road

Pop! Goes the Country

My Dad liked all these, especially Marty Robbins. This was probably from about '76 to '79 or '80.

The movie at 8:00 was almost certainly NBC Saturday Night at the Movies. And a 2 1/2 hr. one on
this particular night

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Quote Originally Posted by Kurt Toy

Funny that KHQA would show "The Partridge Family" just before "All In The Family", given that
PF had just been canceled on account of AITF.
Seems like they aired the reruns of TPF for several years at various times. Someone at the station
must have liked it ;D. They ran "Bewitched" pretty hot 'n heavy, too.

Pitting anything against AITF in those days had to be the kiss of death. "Emergency!" hung on for
quite awhile, but as noted, our NBC affiiliate pre-empted it to Tuesday, during this season
anyway.

Was KHQA running "Hee Haw" during this period? I had always kind of assumed KHQA picked up
the show in syndication when it left CBS in 1971, but I was just a baby then. Throughout the late
'70s thru '90 or '91, KHQA ran "Hee Haw" on Saturdays at 6PM. I seem to have a vague memory
of "Hee Haw" being on Tuesday nights back in the mid-'70; can anybody verify if and when it was
on and what CBS show(s) got pre-empted or delayed?

I'm also to young remember when "Hee Haw" was still CBS property (I was 5 in '71), but I'd be
willing to make the assumption that KHQA carried it from begining to end, both network & the
lonnnnng syndication run. It was on Tuesdays from 6:30-7:30 for a few seaons, most likely from
'72 to '75. They pre-empted first "Maude" and later "Good Times", and aired them on Sunday
night at 9:30, which was an empty spot in the CBS schedule during those seasons. Not sure
exactly when it began its long stay on Saturdays at 6:00, probably not long after this.

KTVO aired it on Sundays at 5:00 for quite awhile in the 70's, but I think they had disowned it by
the begining of the 80's. KHQA even aired the short-lived (and pretty awful) spin-off "Hee Haw
Honeys" in '78-'79, Sundays at 10:30 I believe.

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Thanks for the "Hee Haw"/KHQA info. I also recall the Sunday 5PM airings of "Hee Haw" on
KTVO. KTVO dropped the show in the late '70s (I think), and then brought it back for a time later
in the '80s, running it Saturdays at 10:30PM.

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The wrestling was either Bill Watts or Bob Geigel's Central States. Am I right?

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Actually the wrestling may have been Leroy Mcgurk's Tri States group. Watts did not start
promoting the Deep South until the late 70;s.

The wrestling was either Bill Watts or Bob Geigel's Central States. Am I right?

It was Bob Geigel's Central States from Kansas City. Bill Kerstin was the long time announcer
(Hellooooooooooooo Wrestling Fans!! ;D) and the memorable stars were Harley Race, Bulldog
Bob Brown, Rufus R. Jones, Bruiser (King Kong) Brody, and many, many others that came and
went. WGEM and KTVO both carried it for a time, the late Sat. night run on WGEM is the last I
remember. Disappeared in the early-mid 80's, coinciding with the advent of major cable and
Vinnie's soap-operatization (My own word :) of wrestling >
Retro:Charleston-Huntington, West Virginia, Sunday 5/11/80

Source:The Parkersburg News Showtime(I did not list PBS affiliate WPBY Channel 33)

WSAZ Channel 3(NBC)

6:30 Christopher Closeup

7:00 This Is The Life

7:30 TV Chapel

8:00 Mormon Tabernacle Choir

8:30 Oral Roberts

9:00 Gospel Singing Jubilee

10:00 Rex Humbard

11:00 Human Dimension

11:30 Bill Dance Outdoors

12:00 At Issue

12:30 Meet The Press

1:00 At Issue Special

2:00 Tony Brown's Journal

2:30 Byron Nelson Golf Classic(live from the Preston Trail Golf Club in Dallas, Texas)

4:30 Movie-Lock, Stock And Barrel(Made For TV, 1971)

6:00 News

6:30 NBC News

7:00 Disney's Wonderful World-Goofy Takes A Holiday

8:00 CHiPs

9:00 Movie-Capicorn One(1978)

11:00 News
11:30 Movie-The Gay Sisters(1942)

WCHS Channel 8(CBS)

6:30 A Better Way

7:00 Jerry Falwell

8:00 Day Of Discovery

8:30 Leonard Repass

9:00 Christian Center

9:30 Robert Schuller

10:30 Ernest Angley

11:30 Face The Nation

12:00 Viewpoint

12:30 Wild Kingdom

1:00 Sports Spectacular-Strongest Man In Football(from Auburn, Alabama), FEI World Cup

Equestrian Championships(from Baltimore, Maryland)

3:30 NBA Basketball-Philadelphia 76ers vs. Los Angeles Lakers or Seattle Supersonics

6:00 News

6:30 CBS News

7:00 60 Minutes

8:00 Archie Bunker's Place(1 hr episode)

9:00 Alice

9:30 Jeffersons

10:00 Trapper John, M.D.

11:00 News

11:30 Movie-Murder Motel(Made For TV, 1975)


WOWK Channel 13(ABC)

7:00 Newsmakers

7:30 Bible Answers

8:00 Evangelistic Outreach

8:30 Lower Lighthouse

9:00 Rev. Jim Franklin

9:30 Rev. R.A. West Revival Hour

10:00 Jimmy Swaggart

11:00 Rev. Henry Mahan

11:30 Animals Animals Animals-The Hawk

12:00 Issues And Answers

12:30 Kids Are People Too

1:30 HI-Q

2:00 Newsmakers

2:30 Tournament Of Champions Tennis(live from the West Side Tennis Club in Forest Hills, New
York)

4:30 Wide World Of Sports-15-round WBC world heavyweight championship between Matthew
Saad Muhammad

and Louis Pergaud(live), reports on the Indianapolis 500 time trials (live from the Indianapolis
Motor Speedway)

6:00 Tri-State Today And Tomorrow

6:30 ABC News

7:00 The Return Of The King(animated special)

9:00 ABC Sunday Movie-Angel On My Shoulder(Premiere)

11:00 News

11:30 ABC News


11:45 PTL Club

1:45 News
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Re: Retro:Charleston-Huntington, West Virginia, Sunday 5/11/80

I was living in Charleston then. I'd wake up every Sunday morning,fire up a joint and watch
Ernest Angley do his thing.

BTW,my on board handle comes from an ex Charleston radio jock,Al Sahley. Al helped me get the
twang out of my on air voice. A great guy.

WCHS had one of the worst TV news teams on the air then. A cross between Ron Burgundy's
crew and the SNL news team of the time. They were so bad they were funny.

I won't mention names but I saw a female news anchor at WSAZ duke it out with a female
reporter from WCHS on an elevator at the old Charleston Athletic Club. That was a fun town to
work in.

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It seems like a long time ago (and it is now :) that most stations devoted the bulk of their Sunday
morning schedule to religious programming. With cable-satellite and most communities having
at least 1 full-time religious station, that's pretty much gone.

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Quote Originally Posted by Aljr

I was living in Charleston then. I'd wake up every Sunday morning,fire up a joint and watch
Ernest Angley do his thing.

BTW,my on board handle comes from an ex Charleston radio jock,Al Sahley. Al helped me get the
twang out of my on air voice. A great guy.

WCHS had one of the worst TV news teams on the air then. A cross between Ron Burgundy's
crew and the SNL news team of the time. They were so bad they were funny.

I won't mention names but I saw a female news anchor at WSAZ duke it out with a female
reporter from WCHS on an elevator at the old Charleston Athletic Club. That was a fun town to
work in.
I am pretty sure it was WCHS where this happened...

A young female anchor interviews a some politican live. I forgot the question she asked that
made the guy so mad but I do remember when he started screaming "..I am going to sue you
and I am going to sue WCHS...how dare you ask such a stupid question".

then there was that press conference ( again another guy in politics ) where ( again another
young female anchor ) asked the man at the press conference "..do you think your recent stay at
a mental hospital will hurt your chances at winning..how do you feel about that?"..

The guy walks into the crowd and punches the woman in the mouth and she screams " ..you
motherf*cking SOB" And in pure West Virginia tradition both yelled they were going to sue each
other.

I don't remember whatever happpened to all of those who were invovled but I am pretty sure
both events took place in the 80s.

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Quote Originally Posted by bk77

Then there was that press conference ( again another guy in politics ) where ( again another
young female anchor ) asked the man at the press conference "..do you think your recent stay at
a mental hospital will hurt your chances at winning..how do you feel about that?"..
The guy walks into the crowd and punches the woman in the mouth and she screams " ..you
motherf*cking SOB" And in pure West Virginia tradition both yelled they were going to sue each
other.

For the love of humanity, someone's gotta find a tape of that and put it on YouTube! ;D

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Quote Originally Posted by bk77

Quote Originally Posted by Aljr

I was living in Charleston then. I'd wake up every Sunday morning,fire up a joint and watch
Ernest Angley do his thing.

BTW,my on board handle comes from an ex Charleston radio jock,Al Sahley. Al helped me get the
twang out of my on air voice. A great guy.

WCHS had one of the worst TV news teams on the air then. A cross between Ron Burgundy's
crew and the SNL news team of the time. They were so bad they were funny.

I won't mention names but I saw a female news anchor at WSAZ duke it out with a female
reporter from WCHS on an elevator at the old Charleston Athletic Club. That was a fun town to
work in.

I am pretty sure it was WCHS where this happened...

A young female anchor interviews a some politican live. I forgot the question she asked that
made the guy so mad but I do remember when he started screaming "..I am going to sue you
and I am going to sue WCHS...how dare you ask such a stupid question".
then there was that press conference ( again another guy in politics ) where ( again another
young female anchor ) asked the man at the press conference "..do you think your recent stay at
a mental hospital will hurt your chances at winning..how do you feel about that?"..

The guy walks into the crowd and punches the woman in the mouth and she screams " ..you
motherf*cking SOB" And in pure West Virginia tradition both yelled they were going to sue each
other.

I don't remember whatever happpened to all of those who were invovled but I am pretty sure
both events took place in the 80s.

The guy who did the punching in that second incident was a lawyer I used to know. When he lost
the Democratic nomination for Governor in '84 he formed the Squirrel Party and campaigned on.
I don't know what became of him,I lost track of about 10 years ago. A funny guy but a real
nutcase.

The pol in the first incident ended up punching someone at a presser in the '84 Senatorial
campaign. He was recently the Republican candidate for Governor and is a media mogul in WV.

I guess his take was "If they're going to talk bad about me,I'll buy 'em all up."? He still got
thumped in the general election.

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Richmond, VA's ( Petersburg's ) then WXEX-TV channel 8, I remember them airing that man
punching out the woman at that press conference. Of course WXEX did bleep out what the
woman said.

Also WXEX made it clear just before they aired the video that it was not their station who was
involved since both WXEX and WCHS are on channel 8 and their logos I believe at the time of
this were about the same and both were using the Eyewitness News name.

ABC Schedule Friday, September 16, 1977 (with YouTube link)

All Times EST

7:00 Good Morning America

9:00 Local Programming

11:00 Happy Days

11:30 Family Feud

12:00 The Better Sex

12:30 Ryan's Hope

1:00 All My Children

2:00 The $20,000 Pyramid: guests William Shatner and Leonard Nimoy

2:30 One Life to Live

3:15 General Hospital

4:00 The Edge of Night

4:30 Local Programming

ABC Evening News airs from 6:00-7:30


8:00 The Making of Star Wars

9:00 Friday Night Movie: "Curse of the Black Widow"

11:00 Local Programming

11:30 Baretta

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u-SZubOLcxQ

Sources:

The Encyclopedia of Daytime Television by Wesley Hyatt

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

by Tim Brooks and Earle Marsh

The Pyramid Celebrity Archives http://www.fortunecity.com/lavendar/...pyr-celebs.htm

Retro: Western Illinois-Northeast Missouri Mon-Fri Daytime November 4-8, 1974

From The Quincy Herald-Whig:

3 KTVO Kirksville-Ottumwa (ABC)

7:30 Gospel Music

8:00 Sesame Street

9:00 Tennesse Tuxedo (Mon)

Lassie (Tue)

Goober (Wed)
Make a Wish (Thu)

Barbara (Fri)

9:30 Reed Farrell Show

10:00 All My Children

10:30 Brady Bunch

11:00 Password

11:30 Split Second

12:00 News

12:15 Town & Country

12:30 Let's Make a Deal

1:00 Newlywed Game

1:30 Girl In My Life

2:00 General Hospital

2:30 One Lift To Live

3:00 $10,000 Pyramid

3:30 Movie (ABC Afterschool Special Wednesday only)

5:00 News

5:30 ABC News

7 KHQA Hannibal-Quincy (CBS)

7:00 CBS News

8:00 Captain Kangaroo

9:00 Electric Company

9:30 Studio 7
10:00 Now You See It

10:30 Love of Life

10:55 CBS News

11:00 The Young & the Restless (Where it remains to this day, don't think it's ever moved far, or
for very long, if at all...)

11:30 Search for Tommorow

12:00 News

12:15 Datebook

12:30 As the World Turns

1:00 Guiding Light

1:30 Edge of Night

2:00 The Price is Right (Your Showcase contains a '74 Nova SS 8))

2:30 Match Game

3:00 Tattletales

3:30 Joker's Wild

4:00 Gambit

4:30 Bonanza

5:25 Weather

5:30 CBS News ("And that's the way it is....")

10 WGEM Quincy (NBC)

6:10 Jack LaLanne

6:25 Reed Farrell Show

6:55 News

7:00 Today
9:00 New Zoo Revue

9:30 Winning Streak

10:00 High Rollers

10:30 Hollywood Squares

11:00 Jackpot

11:30 Celebrity Sweepstakes

11:55 NBC News

12:00 Name That Tune

12:30 Jeopardy

1:00 Days of Our Lives

1:30 The Doctors

2:00 Another World

2:30 How To Survive a Marriage

3:00 Somerset

3:30 All My Children

4:00 Beat the Clock

4:30 $10,000 Pyramid

5:00 To Tell the Truth

5:30 NBC News

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Thanks for the post.

I recall KTVO airing "Sesame Street," but did not remember KHQA carrying "The Electric
Company"...my mom must have flipped it over to WGEM at 9:00 because I do remember
watching "The New Zoo Revue." "Name That Tune" was apparently being shown at 9:00 on NBC,
which WGEM delayed till noon. KHQA delayed the 9:00 block of CBS game shows to 3:30. WGEM
was making use of its secondary ABC affiliation by running "All My Children" and "The $10,000
Pyramid" in the late afternoon. KTVO was airing "All My Children" on a one-day delay at 10:00.

"The Young and the Restless" has always aired at 11:00 on KHQA, except for a brief time in the
early '80s. When Y&R expanded to an hour, CBS moved the show to Noon. During this period,
KHQA's midday news was aired at 11:30 ("Search for Tomorrow" got bumped to a one-day delay
at 11:00). As Y&R's ratings weren't exactly spectacular going head to head with "All My Children"
and "Days of Our Lives," CBS moved Y&R to 11:30, but KHQA ran the show on a one-day delay at
11:00 and returned the midday news to noon. It wasn't long after that CBS instituted the split
feed of Y&R, offering it at both 11:00 and 11:30 Central Time, which is still in place today.

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My pleasure to post these, thank you for the information.

I remember "Electric Company" being on KHQA for at least a couple of years, but I never cared
much for it. It was pretty "out there", at least to me ;D. "Make a Wish" on KTVO was hosted by a
folk-singer type guy who reminded me of Michael-Meathead on AITF. WGEM moved "New Zoo
Revue" to 6:25 AM probably less than a year after this. My late Dad once did a hillarious critique
of it on my first tape recorder.

I think "All My Children" was taped from KTVI in St. Louis, in those days anyway. Sometimes one
of KTVI's promos would sneak in for a few seconds, before a quick-cut to a local ad or just the
WGEM ID card. I don't remember the KHQA news being bumped back to 11:30, but by the 80's I
wasn't watching much daytime TV.

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Quote Originally Posted by dxnemo78

I think "All My Children" was taped from KTVI in St. Louis, in those days anyway. Sometimes one
of KTVI's promos would sneak in for a few seconds, before a quick-cut to a local ad or just the
WGEM ID card.

So rather than having a secondary Telco line for ABC, did WGEM get

(an apparently) "raw" master control microwave feed from KTVI or

perhaps even just record their over-the-air signal?

Save AM radio...kill I-CRAP.


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They probably picked it up off the air, or off cable. I don't know when cable came to Quincy, but
KTVI, KMOX (now KMOV), KSDK, and KPLR were available on Quincy cable for years. For several
years, KTVO delayed "All My Children" to 3:30. I've been told that WGEM carried AMC off the air
from KTVO during this period. It was claimed that KTVO used to put superimposed IDs on the
screen in strange positions to mess with WGEM. However, I can remember when it seemed
WGEM would be running a different episode than KTVO. Maybe WGEM recorded it a day or two
in advance so some editing could be done.

CBS Schedule Monday, October 24, 1988 (with YouTube link)

All Times EST

6:00 Morning News

7:00 CBS This Morning

9:00 Local Programming

10:00 Family Feud

10:30 Card Sharks

11:00 The Price is Right

12:00 Local Programming

12:30 The Young and the Restless


1:30 The Bold and the Beautiful

2:00 As the World Turns

3:00 Guiding Light

4:00 Local Programming

CBS Evening News airs at 6:30 or 7:00

8:00 Newhart "Town Without Pity"

8:30 Coming of Age "All I Wanted Was a New Car, Part 1"

9:00 Tuesday Movie: "Indiscreet"

11:00 Local Programming

11:30 Hunter

12:30 Late Movie

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ru5cE1eFh5I

Sources:

The Encyclopedia of Daytime Television by Wesley Hyatt

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

by Tim Brooks and Earle Marsh

TV.com http://www.tv.com

NEW YORK TV- FALL 1970

source: New York TimesNEW YORK TV- FALL 1970 Wednesday November 18, 1970WCBS-TV 2
6:30 am - Sunrise Semester 7:00 CBS News 8:00 - Captain Kangaroo 9:00 - Leave It to Beaver
9:30 - The Donna Reed Show 10:00 - The Lucy Show 10:30 - (best of) The Beverly Hillbillies 11:00
- Family Affair11:30 - The Love of Life Noon - Where the Heart Is 12:30 - Search for Tomorrow
1:00 - The Galloping Gourmet (with Graham Kerr) 1:30 - As the World Turns 2:00 - Love is a Many
Splendored Thing 2:30 - The Guiding Light 3:00 - Secret Storm 3:30 - The Edge of Night 4:00 -
(best of) Gomer Pyle, U.S.M.C. 4:30 - The Mike Douglas Show 6:00 Channel 2 News 7:00 - CBS
Evening News (with Walter Cronkite) 7:30 Storefront Lawyers8:30 - The Governor and J.J9:00 -
Medical Center10:00 - Hawaii Five-O11:00 - Channel 2 News11:30 - The Merv Griffin Show1:00
News Reports 1:10 am - Late Show Movie: The Secret Ways (1961)3:25 am Late Show Movie 2:
Rails into Laramie (1954)WNBC-TV 4 6:30 am - Education Exchange 7:00 - Today (with Hugh
Downs and Barbara Walters) 9:00 - For Women Only 9:30 Kups Show10:00 - Dinah's
Place10:30 - Concentration 11:00 - Sale of the Century 11:30 - The Hollywood Squares Noon -
Jeopardy 12:30 Who, What, When or Where 1:00 - It's Your Bet 1:30 Words and Music2:00 -
Days of Our Lives 2:30 - The Doctors 3:00 - Another World 3:30 - Bright Promise 4:00 Somerset
4:30 - Movie: That Touch of Mink (1962)6:00 - Sixth Hour News 7:00 - NBC Nightly News7:30
Men From Shiloh9:00 - Music Hall10:00 - Four-In-One- "San Francisco International Airport11:00
- Eleventh Hour News 11:30 - The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson (live from New York!)
1:00 News Update1:15 am - Movie: God is My Co-pilot (1945)WNEW-TV 5 7:30 -
Superheroes8:00 Flintstones8:30 Bugs Bunny9:00 Cartoon9:30 Cartoon10:00 Movie-
The Shop Around the Corner (1940)12:00 Pay Cards12:30 - You Don't Say1:00 Movie- Indian
Fighter (1955)3:00 Bugs Bunny Cartoons3:30 Superheroes4:00 - The Rifleman4:30 -
Flintstones5:00 Lost in Space6:00 Flying Nun6:30 Petticoat Junction7:00 - I Love Lucy 7:30 -
Truth or Consequences 8:00 - To Tell the Truth 8:30 - The David Frost Show 10:00 - The Ten
O'Clock News (with Bill Jorgensen) 11:00 - Peyton Place 11:30 - Movie: The Letter (1940)WABC-
TV 7 7:00 am Listen and Learn7:30 Eyewitness News8:00 - A.M New York9:30 - Movie: Esther
and the King (1960)11:30 - (best of) That GirlNoon Bewitched12:30 A World Apart1:00 All
My Children 1:30 - Let's Make a Deal 2:00 - The Newlywed Game 2:30 - The Dating Game 3:00 -
General Hospital 3:30 - One Life to Live 4:00 - Dark Shadows 4:30 - The 4:30 Movie: The Music
Man (1962) (Part 2)6:00 - Eyewitness News (with Bill Beutel and Roger Grimsby) 7:00 - ABC
Evening News (with Frank Reynolds and Howard K. Smith) 7:30 Courtship of Eddie's Father8:00
- Danny Thomas in Make Room for Granddaddy8:30 - Room 2229:00 - Johnny Cash Show10:00 -
Dan August11:00 - Eyewitness News (with Roger Grimsby) 11:30 - The Dick Cavett Show 1:00 am
Best of Broadway: Samson and the 7 Miracles (1963)WOR-TV 9 7:30 - News8:00 am
Cartoons9:00 - Movie- Every Girl Should Be Married10:30 Journey to Adventure11:00 - Romper
Room12:00 Joe Franklin1:00 Movie- The Gazebo (1960)3:00 Virginia Graham4:00 Movie
Game4:30 Candid Camera5:00 - Gilligan's Island5:30 - Flipper6:00 - Get Smart6:30 - Dick Van
Dyke7:00 Whats My Line 7:30 - Divorce Court8:00 NBA Basketball- New York Knicks @
Philadelphia 76ers10:15 - The Avengers11:15 - Movie- The Guns of Fort Petticoat (1957)1:05am -
Joe FranklinWPIX 11 7:30 - Cartoons 9:30 - Fashions in Sewing9:40 - Jack LaLanne Show10:00
Tell Me Dr. Brothers10:30 Gourmet (David Wade) 11:00 The Puerto Rican New Yorker11:30 -
Cartoons12:50 - Fashions in Sewing1:00 The Allen Show2:00 The Jewish Dimension2:25 -
News Report2:30 Patty Duke Show 3:00 Cartoons4:30 - Batman5:00 The Munsters 5:30 F
Troop6:00 Land of The Giants7:00 I Dream of Jeannie7:30 - Star Trek8:30 Dragnet9:00
Perry Mason10:00 - News, Sports, Weather (Lee Nelson)11:00 Can Yo Top This?11:30 - Movie-
Green For Danger (1947)WNET 13 (PBS)9:00am- Sesame Street10:00 - Special Preview for
Teachers10:30 - Educational Programming4:00pm - Sesame Street5:00 - Mister Rogers
Neighborhood5:30 - Hodgepodge Lodge6:00 - What's New6:30 - Young Musical Artist7:00 -
Kukla, Fran and Ollie7:30 - New Jersey Speaks8:00 - The French Chef- "Turkey Breast Braised"
(Thanksgiving '70 was 8 days away)8:30 - Civilisation9:30 - The Advocates10:30 - Free Time

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Just thought I'd straighten the schedule out for those that can't read it correctly:

source: New York Times

NEW YORK TV- FALL 1970 Wednesday November 18, 1970

WCBS-TV 2

6:30 am - Sunrise Semester

7:00 CBS News

8:00 - Captain Kangaroo

9:00 - Leave It to Beaver

9:30 - The Donna Reed Show

10:00 - The Lucy Show


10:30 - (best of) The Beverly Hillbillies

11:00 - Family Affair

11:30 - The Love of Life

Noon - Where the Heart Is

12:30 - Search for Tomorrow

1:00 - The Galloping Gourmet (with Graham Kerr)

1:30 - As the World Turns

2:00 - Love is a Many Splendored Thing

2:30 - The Guiding Light

3:00 - Secret Storm

3:30 - The Edge of Night

4:00 - (best of) Gomer Pyle, U.S.M.C.

4:30 - The Mike Douglas Show

6:00 Channel 2 News

7:00 - CBS Evening News (with Walter Cronkite)

7:30 Storefront Lawyers

8:30 - The Governor and J.J

9:00 - Medical Center

10:00 - Hawaii Five-O

11:00 - Channel 2 News

11:30 - The Merv Griffin Show

1:00 News Reports

1:10 am - Late Show Movie: The Secret Ways (1961)

3:25 am Late Show Movie 2: Rails into Laramie (1954)


WNBC-TV 4

6:30 am - Education Exchange

7:00 - Today (with Hugh Downs and Barbara Walters)

9:00 - For Women Only

9:30 Kups Show

10:00 - Dinah's Place

10:30 - Concentration

11:00 - Sale of the Century

11:30 - The Hollywood Squares

Noon - Jeopardy

12:30 Who, What, When or Where

1:00 - It's Your Bet

1:30 Words and Music

2:00 - Days of Our Lives

2:30 - The Doctors

3:00 - Another World

3:30 - Bright Promise

4:00 Somerset

4:30 - Movie: That Touch of Mink (1962)

6:00 - Sixth Hour News

7:00 - NBC Nightly News

7:30 Men From Shiloh

9:00 - Music Hall

10:00 - Four-In-One- "San Francisco International Airport

11:00 - Eleventh Hour News


11:30 - The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson (live from New York!)

1:00 News Update

1:15 am - Movie: God is My Co-pilot (1945)

WNEW-TV 5

7:30 - Superheroes

8:00 Flintstones

8:30 Bugs Bunny

9:00 Cartoon

9:30 Cartoon

10:00 Movie- The Shop Around the Corner (1940)

12:00 Pay Cards

12:30 - You Don't Say

1:00 Movie- Indian Fighter (1955)

3:00 Bugs Bunny Cartoons

3:30 Superheroes

4:00 - The Rifleman

4:30 - Flintstones

5:00 Lost in Space

6:00 Flying Nun

6:30 Petticoat Junction

7:00 - I Love Lucy

7:30 - Truth or Consequences

8:00 - To Tell the Truth

8:30 - The David Frost Show


10:00 - The Ten O'Clock News (with Bill Jorgensen)

11:00 - Peyton Place

11:30 - Movie: The Letter (1940)

WABC-TV 7 7:00 am Listen and Learn

7:30 Eyewitness News

8:00 - A.M New York

9:30 - Movie: Esther and the King (1960)

11:30 - (best of) That Girl

Noon Bewitched

12:30 A World Apart

1:00 All My Children

1:30 - Let's Make a Deal

2:00 - The Newlywed Game

2:30 - The Dating Game

3:00 - General Hospital

3:30 - One Life to Live

4:00 - Dark Shadows

4:30 - The 4:30 Movie: The Music Man (1962) (Part 2)

6:00 - Eyewitness News (with Bill Beutel and Roger Grimsby)

7:00 - ABC Evening News (with Frank Reynolds and Howard K. Smith)

7:30 Courtship of Eddie's Father

8:00 - Danny Thomas in Make Room for Granddaddy

8:30 - Room 222

9:00 - Johnny Cash Show


10:00 - Dan August

11:00 - Eyewitness News (with Roger Grimsby)

11:30 - The Dick Cavett Show

1:00 am Best of Broadway: Samson and the 7 Miracles (1963)

WOR-TV 9

7:30 - News

8:00 am Cartoon

s9:00 - Movie- Every Girl Should Be Married

10:30 Journey to Adventure

11:00 - Romper Room

12:00 Joe Franklin

1:00 Movie- The Gazebo (1960)

3:00 Virginia Graham

4:00 Movie Game

4:30 Candid Camera

5:00 - Gilligan's Island

5:30 - Flipper

6:00 - Get Smart

6:30 - Dick Van Dyke

7:00 Whats My Line

7:30 - Divorce Court

8:00 NBA Basketball- New York Knicks @ Philadelphia 76ers

10:15 - The Avengers

11:15 - Movie- The Guns of Fort Petticoat (1957)


1:05am - Joe Franklin

WPIX 11

7:30 - Cartoons

9:30 - Fashions in Sewing

9:40 - Jack LaLanne Show

10:00 Tell Me Dr. Brothers

10:30 Gourmet (David Wade)

11:00 The Puerto Rican New Yorker

11:30 - Cartoons

12:50 - Fashions in Sewing

1:00 The Allen Show

2:00 The Jewish Dimension

2:25 - News Report

2:30 Patty Duke Show

3:00 Cartoons

4:30 - Batman

5:00 The Munsters

5:30 F Troop

6:00 Land of The Giants

7:00 I Dream of Jeannie

7:30 - Star Trek

8:30 Dragnet

9:00 Perry Mason

10:00 - News, Sports, Weather (Lee Nelson)


11:00 Can You Top This?

11:30 - Movie- Green For Danger (1947)

WNET 13 (PBS)

9:00am- Sesame Street

10:00 - Special Preview for Teachers

10:30 - Educational Programming

4:00pm - Sesame Street

5:00 - Mister Rogers Neighborhood

5:30 - Hodgepodge Lodge

6:00 - What's New

6:30 - Young Musical Artist

7:00 - Kukla, Fran and Ollie

7:30 - New Jersey Speaks

8:00 - The French Chef- "Turkey Breast Braised" (Thanksgiving '70 was 8 days away)

8:30 - Civilisation

9:30 - The Advocates

10:30 - Free Time

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I started a new thread asking some questions, prior to the listings being straightened up and
flown right. I'll repeat them here.

***

A few observations and questions (re. WABC-TV's schedule):

(1) Wasn't the 11 P.M. EWN also co-anchored by Grimsby and Beutel?

(2) I know the Best of Broadway title for their late-night/early morning movies was in use as
early as 1963 (prior to then it was The Night Show); when did their weeknight movie change to
The Movie Matinee (or The Matinee Movie, my memory's hazy at this point; I do know by 1972
or so that newer title was well in place). The question also applies to the first adoption of the
Saturday / Sunday Night Movie title for their late-night weekend movie shows.

(3) As to the long-running theme music used not only for The 4:30 Movie but also their other
movie umbrellas, is there anyone out there who would have any idea as to where it originated
from? One of the British music libraries, or one of the U.S. music composers (along the lines of a
music cue from future Hawaii Five-O theme writer Morton Stevens for the failed 1967 pilot Call
to Danger which was used for many years from 1973 until the late 1980's for the "CBS Special
Presentation" openings)?

***

On another tangent - I seem to recall this was less than a week before WOR-TV inaugurated a
regular nightly newscast, initially at 7:30 P.M. and anchored by once-and-future WNBC-TV
newsman Bill Ryan, for the first time since the February 1969 premiere of the ill-fated (for New
York) Stock Market Observer, which seemed to have more legs in Chicago (where it ran on WCIU-
TV, Ch. 26 to the '80's); during the interim stretch the only regular news reports Ch. 9 seemed to
have were only on sign-on and sign-off, from their various stable of announcers (including, in this
period, Russ Dunbar, Phil Tonken, Ted Mallie, Frank McCarthy, and probably WPIX-FM disc jockey
Cable Spence). As for WNEW-TV, wasn't this just prior to the debut of Midday Live?

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WOW! What a lineup!

I'd watch any of those channels all day long versus much of what's offered now. With shows and
choices like those, who really needs 200+ channels on digital cable? Even with all of those
channels, there's less to watch over the course of one week than I see here in one day. It's why,
when I was a kid, we were perfectly happy with 4 or 5 channels. We didn't have 200 channels
and we didn't need them. Today we do. Sorry if it makes me sound old (I'm not that old!) - but I
just had to point this out.

Retro: Louisville/Lexington/Cincinnati Saturday May 23, 1964

From TV Guide, Kentucky Edition:

WAVE Ch. 3 Louisville (NBC)

7:30 Light Time

7:45 Clutch Cargo

8 AM Bullwinkle

8:30 Northwest Passage (COLOR)

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 (sitcom)

11:30 Fury

12 N Farming With Jack Crowner

1 PM Youth Speaks

1:30 Baseball: St. Louis Cardinals at

Milwaukee Braves (the Braves

didn't move to Atlanta until '66;

Joe Garagiola was doing color on

Cardinals games at the time)

4 PM Top Star Bowling (time approximate)

5 PM Horse Race: Fort Knox Handicap from

Miles Park, Louisville

5:30 NBC Sports Special (COLOR)

6 PM Tomorrow's Champions

6:30 Weather, News, Sports

7 PM Kentucky Afield (COLOR)

7:30 The Lieutenant

8:30 Joey Bishop (guest Milton Berle) (COLOR)

9 PM NBC Movie: "Untamed" (COLOR)

11:15 The Outlaws

12:15 Movie: "The Hunchback Of Notre Dame"

2:15 Local News, Weather

WLW-T Ch. 5 Cincinnati (NBC)


7:30 Farm Front

8 AM Mr. Hop (COLOR)

9 AM Ruff And Reddy

9:30 Signal Three (COLOR)

10 AM Hector Heathcote

10:30 Fireball XL-5

11 AM Dennis The Menace

11:30 Fury

12 N Bullwinkle (COLOR)

12:30 Mr. Wizard

1 PM All About Sports

1:15 Dugout Dope (COLOR)

1:25 Baseball: Chicago Cubs at

Cincinnati Reds (COLOR)

4 PM Baseball Scoreboard (time approximate)

4:15 All About Sports

4:30 Parade Of Champions

5 PM Northwest Passage (COLOR)

5:30 NBC Sports Special

6 PM NBC News (Sander Vanocur)

6:15 Local News, Sports

6:30 Midwestern Hayride (COLOR)

7:30 The Lieutenant

8:30 Joey Bishop


9 PM NBC Movie: "Untamed"

11:15 News, Weather

11:35 Movie: "Affair In Trinidad"

WCPO Ch. 9 Cincinnati (CBS)

6:15 Farm News

6:30 Summer Semester

7 AM Jewish Hour

7:30 Play It Safe

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 Larry Smith (puppet show)

1 PM I'm Dickens...He's Fenster

1:30 Movie: "The Invisible Man

Returns"

3 PM Heckle And Jeckle

3:30 All Star Golf (Stan Leonard vs.

either Arnold Palmer or Dow


Finsterwald)

4:30 Big Time Wrestling

5:30 Rocky And His Friends

6 PM The Rebel

6:30 Bronco

7:30 Jackie Gleason

8:30 The Defenders

9:30 The New Phil Silvers Show (he plays

conning factory foreman Harry Grafton)

10 PM Gunsmoke

11 PM News, Weather, Sports

11:30 Checkmate

12:30 Star Performance

1 AM Movies: "Apache Trail," "Jet Over The

Atlantic," "San Francisco Docks," and

"Too Late For Love"

WHAS Ch. 11 Louisville (CBS)

7 AM Summer Semester

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 News

12:45 Baseball: Los Angeles Angels

at New York Yankees (Dizzy

Dean and Pee Wee Reese call

the game)

3:30 Magic Moments In Sports (time

approximate)

4 PM Movie: TBA

5 PM Exclusively Outdoors

5:30 Hi-Varieties (high school talent show)

6:25 Local News

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

11:25 Movie: "The Girl He Left Behind"

WKRC Ch. 12 Cincinnati (ABC)


9:30 Asbury Hymn Time

10 AM The Story

10:30 Magic Land Of Allakazam

11 AM New Casper Cartoon Show

11:30 Beany And Cecil

12 N Bugs Bunny

12:30 American Bandstand

1:30 Movies: "The Plainsman" and

"All The Brothers Were Valiant"

4:45 Home Show

5 PM Wide World Of Sports

6:30 Roller Derby

7:30 Hootenanny

8:30 Lawrence Welk

9:30 Hollywood Palace (Victor Borge hosts)

10:30 Stump The Stars (first of two syndicated

versions--the second was in '69)

11 PM News, Weather

11:20 Movie: "Sincerely Yours" (WFAA Dallas used

to run this movie starring Liberace rather often,

and he's a better actor than you might think.)

WLEX Ch. 18 Lexington (NBC/CBS)


9 AM Pathways To God

9:30 Ruff And Reddy

10 AM Hector Heathcote

10:30 Fireball XL-5

11 AM Dennis The Menace

11:30 Fury

12 N Bullwinkle

12:30 Mr. Wizard

1 PM Safety Corner

1:25 Baseball: Cubs-Reds

4 PM Country Music With Stan Corman

(time approximate)

4:30 Big Time Wrestling

5:30 NBC Sports Special

6 PM Porter Wagoner

6:30 International Showtime

7:30 Jackie Gleason

8:30 Joey Bishop

9 PM NBC Movie: "Untamed"

11:15 Weather, News, Sports (COLOR)

11:45 Movie: "Streets Of San Francisco"

(since this was made in '49 I doubt

if it has any connection to the 1972-77

ABC series)
WKYT Ch. 27 Lexington (ABC/CBS)

8 AM Captain Kangaroo

9 AM Alvin Show

9:30 Tennessee Tuxedo

10 AM Bugs Bunny

10:30 Magic Land Of Allakazam

11 AM New Casper Cartoon Show

11:30 Beany And Cecil

12 N Tobacco News And Views

12:15 Young People's World (then-sister

station WBRC/6 Birmingham also

had a local version of this)

12:25 Almanac Newsreel (May 23, 1939:

"The Submarine Squalus Sinks")

12:30 American Bandstand

1:30 Nick Clooney (George's dad welcomes

students from Mt. Sterling, KY, High

School)

2:30 Film: "I Am A Doctor"

3 PM Film: a deep-sea fishing tournament

from Cabo Blanco, Peru

3:30 Horse Race: The Top Flight Handicap,

from Aqueduct, NY

4 PM Three Stooges
4:30 Keyhole

5 PM Wide World Of Sports

6:30 Danger Man (the original half-hour

version of what became Secret Agent)

7 PM Ensign O'Toole

7:30 Hootenanny

8:30 Lawrence Welk

9:30 Hollywood Palace

10:30 Movie: "Doctor X" (news, weather, and

sports follow the movie)

WLKY Ch. 32 Louisville (ABC)

10:30 Magic Land Of Allakazam

11 AM New Casper Cartoon Show

11:30 Beany And Cecil

12 N Bugs Bunny

12:30 American Bandstand

1:30 Pastor's Study

2 PM Movie: "Speed Limited"

3:30 Horse Race: The Top Flight Handicap

4 PM Roller Derby

5 PM Wide World Of Sports

6:30 Chicago Wrestling

7:30 Hootenanny
8:30 Lawrence Welk

9:30 Hollywood Palace

10:30 Trails West (Death Valley Days reruns,

with host Ray Milland)

11 PM Movie: "Outpost In Morocco"

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Re: Retro: Louisville/Lexington/Cincinnati Saturday May 23, 1964

I'm surprised there were not more programs on Channel 18 in color. They boast of being the first
full color UHF station in the country (1962). They were also the first stereo station in Lexington
but I believe last in HD.

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04-01-2008, 05:37 PM #3

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Re: Retro: Louisville/Lexington/Cincinnati Saturday May 23, 1964

interesting as there appears to be no rhyme or reason to which programs are in

color and which are not. Bullwinkle is in color on one station and not on another?

The ballgame in Cincinnati is in color but not the one in Louisville? And Captain

Kangaroo on a Saturday? I don't remember that.


I was afraid I might cause confusion by not

indicating a color show in every instance.

As a rule, if a color show is carried on more

than one station, it is in color on all the stations

(and that really means the NBC affiliates in this

case). One exception is Bullwinkle, which aired

on delay on Ch. 3; it was not aired in color there,

but was on Chs. 5 and 18, where it aired in pattern.

The Reds game aired in color on both 5 and 18;

Northwest Passage, a syndicated show, aired in

color on both 3 and 5. Other shows airing in

color on more than one station:

Ruff And Reddy on 3, 5, and 18, although 5 aired

it on delay.

Hector Heathcote on 3, 5, and 18.

NBC Sports Special on 3, 5, and 18.

Joey Bishop on 3, 5, and 18.

NBC Movie "Untamed" on 3, 5, and 18.

I can think of at least one other instance of a

station not airing a color show in color: in Cincinnati,

Truth Or Consequences, still on NBC in 1964, aired

on Ch. 12 (ABC) at 12:30, when NBC carried it (WLWT


carried Ruth Lyons' 50-50 Club). T or C aired on color

on Chs. 3 and 18 (both NBC), but not on 12.

I suppose that in the future, when I'm doing retros from

this era of transition from black-and-white to color, I'd

better indicate all color shows on all channels. Sorry

for the confusion.

And Captain

Kangaroo on a Saturday? I don't remember that.

Yup -- starting three months after its weekday debut in 1955 and continuing to 1981, there was a
Saturday Captain. Except for one season (1964-65) when Keeshan did a different show and
character: Mr. Mayor. Maybe some markets didn't carry the Saturday version; hence, your
surprise.

Not sure if this is urban legend, but I read somewhere that Mr. Mayor came about due to a
contract dispute between Keeshan and the network. Supposedly, CBS basically told him that he
could walk if he wanted to, but that they still owned the trademarks and such to the character of
the Captain, the Treasure House, etc., and would recast if necessary. Mr. Mayor was Keeshan's
way of showing them that he could still have a successful show as a different character (and, the
implication was, on a different network if he chose), and they caved in to his salary demands. As
I said, may be an urban legend, but that's the way I heered it.....

the way I heard it he burst into the studio with a grenade belt and an

AK-47 and threatened to blow the place away if they did not meet his

demands. Or maybe that was Fred Rogers?

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That has to be an April Fool's joke. Actually, Keeshan

owned the Mr. Mayor character, while either CBS or some

talent agency owned Captain Kangaroo. Keeshan wanted

to replace Kangaroo with Mr. Mayor five days a week, but

parents around the country wouldn't hear of it. Kangaroo

resumed Saturday broadcasts in 1965 and continued until

1968 (and again around 1984, when CBS took the weekday

morning slot for one of its umpteen morning-show failures),

but some of the Mr. Mayor characters (like the Town Clown)

were incorporated into Kangaroo.

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Re: Retro: Louisville/Lexington/Cincinnati Saturday May 23, 1964

Big Time Wrestling was Ed Farhat's Detroit group which at this time was still a formidable
promotion. Years later Ed Farhat the Sheik would lose business not only because of the
econonmy but also his tired, predictable booking.
Chicago wrestling was Bob Luce's WWA which also featured AWA guys.

Retro: Atlanta Sunday April 20, 1980

Going into the last week of the 1979-80 season,

ABC and CBS were in a dead heat and remained so

until this, the last night of the regular season. CBS

will win the night, the week, and the season, and

regain the number-one slot it lost to ABC in 1976.

From TV Guide, North Georgia Edition:

WSB Ch. 2 (NBC)

6:30 Light Unto My Path

7 AM Jerry Falwell

8 AM Gospel Singing Jubilee

9 AM Oral Roberts

9:30 Lone Ranger (Clayton Moore)

10 AM Bugs Bunny

10:30 Catholic Mass

11 AM Peachtree Presbyterian Church

12 N News

12:30 Women's Tennis: Murjani WTA

Championship

2 PM Meet The Press (time approximate)

2:30 Time For Choice


3 PM Health Fair Fun Run

4 PM The FBI (time approximate)

5 PM Lawrence Welk

6 PM News

6:30 Sunday News Conference

7 PM Disney's Wonderful World

8 PM CHiPs

10 PM NBC Movie: "Beyond And Back"

(examines claims of life after death)

11 PM News

11:30 Roald Dahl's Tales Of The Unexpected

12 M Movie: "Valley Of The Dolls"

2 AM News

WAGA Ch. 5 (CBS)

6:30 Sunrise Semester

7 AM Latin Atlanta

7:30 Ebenezer Baptist Church

8 AM Rex Humbard

9 AM CBS News Sunday Morning (Charles

Kuralt)

10:30 Thrillseekers

11 AM Second Ponce de Leon Baptist

Church
12 N News

12:30 Face The Nation

1 PM Georgians Speak

1:30 Ultimate High (host George Plimpton

learns to surf)

2 PM America's Athletes--1980 (possible

Olympic contenders, except that the

U.S. boycotted the Moscow Olympics

over the Soviet presence in Afghanistan)

3 PM Movie: "Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter?"

5 PM 1980 Carolina 500 (taped highlights)

6 PM News

6:30 5 Reports

7 PM 60 Minutes

8 PM Dukes Of Hazzard (special two-hour

episode gives CBS the season win)

10 PM Alice

10:30 The Jeffersons

11 PM News

11:30 CBS News (Ed Bradley)

11:45 Movie: "Jet Over The Atlantic"

1:45 News

WGTV Ch. 8 (PBS)


12 N Sound Of Youth

12:30 Music And The Spoken Word

1 PM Japan: The Changing Tradition

1:30 Guten Tag In Deutschland

2 PM Even You Can Grow Houseplants

2:30 Bees And Honey

3 PM American Pro Art Quartet

3:30 Long Life And Prosperity

4 PM Beethoven Festival (from Detroit)

5:30 Tom Brown's Schooldays

6 PM Springtime With Mister Rogers

7 PM Julia Child And More Company

7:30 Animal World

8 PM Odyssey

9 PM Masterpiece Theatre: "My Son,

My Son" (Part 2)

10 PM Movie: "The Student Prince"

(to 11:45)

WXIA Ch. 11 (ABC)

6 AM Adventures In Living

6:30 11 Alive Newsmakers

7 AM Wheat Street Baptist Church

7:30 Hillside Morning


8 AM Day Of Discovery

8:30 Chapel Hour

9 AM Robert Schuller

10 AM Ernest Angley

11 AM Roswell Street Baptist Church

12 N Issues And Answers

12:30 11 Alive Newsmakers

1 PM For You...Black Woman

1:30 Ebony Journal

2 PM American Sportsman

3 PM Boxing: Marvin Hagler vs. Marcus

Geraldo, middleweights, 10 rounds

from Portland, ME

4:30 Wide World Of Sports: Legendary Pool

Players Shootout (Willie Mosconi and

Alan Hopkins vs. Minnesota Fats and

Steve Mizerak)

6 PM News

6:30 ABC News (Sam Donaldson)

7 PM Galactica 1980

8 PM ABC Movie: "The Sting"

10:45 TBA

11 PM News

11:30 Contact 11

12:30 Norm Crosby's Comedy Shop


1 AM ABC News

1:15 Ebony Journal

1:45 College Today

WTBS (WPCH) Ch. 17 (Ind.)

5:30 Ag-USA

6 AM Between The Lines

7 AM Banana Splits

7:30 It Is Written

8 AM Three Stooges/Little Rascals

9 AM Scouting Is...

10 AM Leave It To Beaver

10:30 Movie: "The Miracle Of Our Lady

Of Fatima"

12:45 Movie: "Battle Shock"

2:45 Movie: "Flying Deuces"

4 PM Movie: "That's My Boy"

6 PM Best Of Georgia Championship

Wrestling

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Prime time programming may be pre-empted

for either an NBA playoff or Stanley Cup game.

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7 PM Best Of Donny & Marie

8 PM Movie: "Birth Of A Legend"

10 PM Winston Churchill: The Valiant

Years

10:30 Ruff House

11 PM Open Up

1 AM Movie: "The Treasure Of Pancho

Villa"

3 AM Movie: "The Hostage"

4:55 Maverick

WETV (WPBA) Ch. 30 (PBS)

8 AM Sesame Street (4 episodes)

sign off 12 Noon-4 PM

4 PM Washington Week In Review

4:30 Wall Street Week

5 PM Firing Line

6 PM Springtime With Mister Rogers

7 PM Sneak Previews

7:30 Camera Three (PBS aired repeats

after CBS dropped it in 1979)

8 PM Odyssey

9 PM Masterpiece Theatre
10 PM Movie: "Colonel Blimp"

12 M Cinema Showcase

WATL Ch. 36 (Ind.)

7 AM Christ Temple

7:30 Insight

8 AM Rev. R.A. West

8:30 Rev. W.V. Grant

9 AM Jonny Quest

9:30 Godzilla (animated)

10 AM Flash Gordon (animated)

10:30 Beatles And Cool McCool

11 AM St. Luke's Episcopal Church

12 N Tennis: WCT Challenge Cup

(Bjorn Borg vs. Tim Gullikson)

(taped)

1 PM NBA Playoff: Eastern Conference

game (pre-empted on Ch. 5)

3:30 NBA Playoff: Western Conference

game (time approximate, pre-empted

on Ch. 5)

6 PM Southern Sportsman (time approximate)

6:30 CBS News (Morton Dean) (pre-empted

on Ch. 5)
7 PM Movie: "They Made Me A Criminal"

9 PM Day Of Discovery

9:30 James Robison

10 PM PTL Club (to 12)

WANX (WGCL) Ch. 46 (Ind.)

6 AM Atlanta Forum

6:30 Puppet Tree Gang

7 AM Generation Rap

7:30 Briarwood Presbyterian Church

8 AM Jerry Falwell

9 AM Crenshaw Christian Center

10 AM Lift For Living

11 AM In Touch

12 N Atlanta Now! (don't know if this

is the same show that aired on

Ch. 11 in the late '60s)

12:30 Dr. D. James Kennedy

1:30 Kenneth Copeland

2:30 Woman's Place

3 PM Assembly Of God Tabernacle

3:30 At Home With The Bible

4 PM Charisma

4:30 Phil Arms Presents


5 PM Amazing Grace Bible Class

5:30 The Lesson

6 PM Christ For The World

6:30 Countdown To A Miracle

7 PM Peachtree Presbyterian

7:30 Changed Lives

8 PM The King Is Coming

8:30 Today In Bible Prophecy

9 PM Jimmy Swaggart

9:30 James Robison

10 PM Max Morris

10:30 Jack Van Impe Presents

11 PM Sound Of The Spirit

11:30 World Of Pentecost

12 M Mushegan Family

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Re: Retro: Atlanta Sunday April 20, 1980

Could you post the Monday the April 21 listings?

Retro: Atlanta Monday, April 21, 1980

By request, from TV Guide, North Georgia Edition:


WSB Ch. 2 (NBC)

6 AM News Conference (repeat from Sunday

6:30 PM)

6:30 Arthur Smith

7 AM Today

9 AM Password Plus

9:30 Hollywood Squares

10 AM Dinah! & Friends

11:30 Wheel Of Fortune

12 N News

12:30 Mary Tyler Moore

1 PM Days Of Our Lives

2 PM The Doctors

2:30 Another World

4 PM Starsky & Hutch

5 PM Newlywed Game

5:30 Happy Days Again

6 PM News

7 PM NBC News

7:30 3's A Crowd

8 PM Little House On The Prairie

9 PM Movie: "The Stalking Moon"

11 PM News

11:30 Tonight Show (Richard Dawson


subs for Johnny)

1 AM Tomorrow

2 AM News

WAGA Ch. 5 (CBS)

6:30 Sunrise Semester

7 AM Morning With Bob Schieffer

8 AM Captain Kangaroo

9 AM Donahue

10 AM Cross-Wits

10:30 Celebrity Whew!

10:55 CBS News (Douglas Edwards)

11 AM Price Is Right

12 N News

12:30 Search For Tomorrow

1 PM Young And The Restless

2 PM As The World Turns

3 PM Guiding Light

4 PM Good Times

4:30 Mike Douglas

6 PM News

7 PM CBS News

7:30 PM Magazine

8 PM WKRP In Cincinnati
8:30 Stockard Channing

9 PM M*A*S*H

9:30 Flo

10 PM Lou Grant

11 PM News

11:30 Maude

12 M Harry O

1:10 McCloud

2:50 News

WGTV Ch. 8 (PBS)

In-school programs until

4 PM Sesame Street

5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

5:30 Villa Alegre

6 PM Big Blue Marble

6:30 Five String Breakdown: Advanced

Banjo

7 PM Yoga For Health

7:30 Dick Cavett

8 PM James Michener's World

9 PM American Short Story: Stephen

Crane's "The Blue Hotel"


10 PM Boston Marathon (taped earlier

that day)

11 PM American Short Story

sign off 12 Midnight

WXIA Ch. 11 (ABC)

5:30 PTL Club

6:30 Cisco Kid

7 AM Good Morning America

9 AM $20,000 Pyramid

9:30 Joker's Wild

10 AM Play The Percentages

10:30 Edge Of Night

11 AM Laverne & Shirley

11:30 Family Feud

12 N News

12:30 Ryan's Hope

1 PM All My Children

2 PM One Life To Live

3 PM General Hospital

4 PM Star Trek

5 PM Jim Rockford, Private

Investigator

6 PM News
7 PM ABC News

7:30 Tic Tac Dough

8 PM That's Incredible!

9 PM ABC Movie: "Waikiki"

11 PM News

11:30 Nightline

11:50 Dating Game

12:20 Barney Miller

12:55 Police Story

sign off 2:05 AM

WTBS (WPCH) Ch. 17 (Ind.)

5:55 World At Large

6 AM Listen

6:15 Athletes

6:30 News

7 AM Three Stooges/Little Rascals

8 AM The Lucy Show

8:30 Romper Room

9 AM Family Affair

9:30 Green Acres

10 AM Movie: "Casanova Brown"

11:55 News

12 N Love, American Style


12:30 Movie: "Hero's Island"

2:25 News

2:30 I Love Lucy

3 PM Banana Splits

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 All In The Family

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Prime time programming may be

pre-empted for an NBA playoff

game.

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8 PM Movie: "The Story Of Mankind"

10 PM The Big Battles

11 PM Last Of The Wild

11:30 Movie: "Little Caesar"

1:10 News

1:15 Movie: "The Male Animal"


3:25 Maverick

4:25 Open Up

WETV (WPBA) Ch. 30 (PBS)

8:15 Weather

8:30 In-school programs

2 PM Electric Company

2:30 In-school programs

4 PM Sesame Street

5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

5:30 Electric Company

6 PM Another Voice

6:30 Over Easy

7 PM Dick Cavett

7:30 MacNeil/Lehrer Report

8 PM Take 30

8:30 Superintendent's Report (I

assume this is Atlanta City

Schools)

9 PM James Michener's World

10 PM American Short Story

11 PM Dick Cavett

11:30 ABC Captioned News


WATL Ch. 36 (Ind.)

7 AM PTL Club

9 AM Robin Hood

9:30 Wanted: Dead Or Alive

10 AM Screen Director's Playhouse

10:30 Religion

11 AM PTL Club

1 PM Liberty Temple

1:30 Health Field

2 PM Spotlight

2:30 New Zoo Revue

3 PM Bullwinkle

3:30 Rocky And His Friends

3:45 Underdog

4 PM Dudley Do Right

4:30 Officer Don And Orvil (Dragon)

5 PM The Jeffersons (delay from 10 AM,

pre-empted on Ch. 5)

5:30 One Day At A Time (delay from 4 PM,

pre-empted on Ch. 5)

6 PM Entertainment Page

6:30 Peter Gunn

7 PM Wanted: Dead Or Alive

7:30 (Larry) Munson On Sports


8 PM Movie: "Svengali"

10 PM Tennis: WCT Challenge Cup (Bjorn

Borg vs. Tim Gullikson, taped)

11 PM Entertainment Page

11:30 Robin Hood

sign off 12 Midnight

WANX (WGCL) Ch. 46 (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

4 PM Tom & Jerry


5 PM Battle Of The Planets

5:30 Brady Bunch

6 PM Emergency!

7 PM Streets Of San Francisco

8 PM Honeymooners

8:30 Best Of Jackie Gleason (taken

mostly from the Miami years)

9 PM 700 Club

10:30 Deaf Hear

11 PM Rifleman

11:30 Mayberry R.F.D.

12 M News

Retro: San Francisco/Sacramento/Monterey Sat, Sept 18, 1993

Posted by request, from TV Guide-San Francisco Metro edition

Bay Area (San Francisco/Oakland)

2 KTVU-Fox, 4 KRON-NBC, 5 KPIX-CBS, 7 KGO-ABC, 9 KQED-PBS, 14 KDTV-Univision, 20 KOFY-Ind,


26 KTSF-Ethnic/Religious, 38 KCNS-Ethnic, 44 KBHK-Ind, 60 KCSM-PBS

Sacramento

3 KCRA-NBC, 6 KVIE-PBS, 10 KXTV-CBS, 13 KOVR-ABC, 31 KRBK-Ind, 40 KTXL-Fox

Salinas/Monterey

8 KSBW-NBC, 35 KCBA-Fox, 46 KMST-CBS, 67 KSMS-Univision


San Jose

11 KNTV-ABC, 36 KICU-Ind, 48 KSTS-Telemundo, 54 KTEH-PBS

Rohnert Park

22 KRCB-PBS

Santa Rosa

50 KFTY-Ind

Regional Sports

SC SportsChannel Pacific

Relays:

11: 56 Palo Alto/Mountain View

36: 29 Salinas/Monterey

46: 57 Gilroy/San Jose/Santa Cruz, 59 Hollister/San Juan Bautista

Morning

5:00

2 Odd Couple

3 Infomercials

4 This is the NFL

8 NBC News Nightside

10 Simon & Simon


13 ANC News

20 Beverly Hillbillies

31 Webster

35 Fishing the West

38 Philippine Newswatch

40 Family Ties

44 Ultra Man

5:30

2 227

4-20 Infomercials

5 Scrabble

8 Headline News

31 Super Sports Follies

35 US Farm Report

38 News

40 It's Your Business

44 Ebony-Jet Showcase

6:00

2 It is Written

3 Inside Edition Weekend

5 CBS Storybreak

7-26-36 Infomercials

8 Voice of Agriculture
9 Return to the Sea

10 Peppermint Place

11 Widget

20 Jetsons

31 Esta es La Vida

35 Around the World in Eighty Dreams

38 News

40 What's Up Network (premiere)

44 It's Your Business

48 Nubeluz

50 Babe Winkelman's Good Fishing

54 Left, Right & Center

60 French in Action

6:30

2 World Tomorrow

3 Court TV: Inside America's Courts (premiere)

4 Name Your Adventure

5 Mac & Mutley

7 Darkwing Duck

8 Captain Planet

9 Lilias!

10 Real News for Kids

11 Mr Bogus

14 Hispanorama
20 Dastardly & Muttley

26 Singsation

31 America's Black Forum

35 Biker Mice from Mars

38-44 Infomercials

40 Pick Your Brain

50 Fishing the West

54 To the Contrary

7:00

2-40 Dog City

3-13 News

4 Buster & Me

5-46 Marsupliami (premiere)

6 Tracks Ahead

7-11 Cro (premiere)

8 Xuxa (premiere)

9 Sesame Street

10 Scramble (premiere)

14-31 Infomercials

20 Hurricanes

26 Afghanistan TV

35 Yo, Yogi!

50 Outdoor Gazette

54 Tony Brown's Journal


60 Marketing

67 Camara Infragamti

SC English League Soccer: Chelsea-Manchester United highlights (taped last Sat)

7:30

2-40 Bobby's World

4 Candid Kids Club

5-10-46 Little Mermaid

6 Hometime

7-11 Wild West COW-Boys of Moo Mesa

8 Xuxa

20 King Arthur

35 Don Coyote & Sancho Panda

50 Infomercials

54 Adam Smith

8:00

2-40 Tom & Jerry Kids

4 News

5-10-46 Garfield & Friends

6 New Yankee Workshop

7-11 Sonic the Hedgehog (premiere)

8 Xuxa

9 Shining Time Station

20 Mighty Max
26 Day of Salvation

35 Dog City

38 Mandarin News

48 TBA

54 Sesame Street

60 Jerusalem On Line

67 Infomercial

8:30

2-40 Eek! the Cat

6 This Old House

7-11 Addams Family

8 Xuxa

9 Shining Time Station

14-26-67 Infomercials

20 Double Dragon

35 Bobby's World

36 Real News for Kids

38 Memories of Portugal

60 Computer Chronicles

SC This Week in the Big East

9:00

2-40 Tiny Toon Adventures

5-46 New Dennis the Menace (premiere)


6 Computer Chronicles

7-11 Tales from the Cryptkeeper (premiere)

8 Name Your Adventure

9 Cooking America

10 Scratch

13 Real News for Kids (premiere)

14-67 TV O

20 New Adventures of Captain Planet

26 Namaste America

35 Tom & Jerry Kids

36 Bewitched

54 Barney & Friends

60 Quilt in a Day

SC Mets Inside Pitch

9:30

2-40 Taz-Mania

5-10-46 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

6 Joy of Painting

7-11-13 Bugs Bunny & Tweety

8 Running the Halls

9 Burt Wolf: Eating Well

20 Speed Racer (premiere)

35 Eek! the Cat

36 Silicon Valley Business This Week


38 Chinese Culture

54 Barney & Friends

60 Victory Garden

SC College Football: Arkansas-Alabama

10:00

2-40 X-Men

3 Not Just News

4 First Cut

6 Your Organic Garden

7-11-13 Bugs Bunny & Tweety

8 Brains & Brawn (two of TNBC's shows face off: Running the Halls v Saved by the Bell-The New
Class)

9 Frugal Gourmet

14-67 Carrusel de las Americas

20 WCW Wrestling

26 Filipiniana

31 Real Estate Classifieds

35 Tiny Toons Adventures

36 Other Side of Victory

38 Pampa

44 El Amanecer

48 Bombay Bombay

54 John Stobart's Worldscape

60 Frugal Gourmet
10:30

2-40 X-Men

3-4-8 College Football: Michigan State-Notre Dame

5-31-38 Infomercials

6 Victory Garden

7-11-13 CityKids

9 Today's Gourmet

10-46 Cadillacs & Dinosaurs (premiere)

35 Taz-Mania

44 Black Renaissance

54 Art of Sewing

60 This Old House

11:00

2 Saved by the Bell

5-48 TBA

6 Grassroots: Guide to Yard Care (winning tip's from ch 6's Yardening Contest)

7-11 Land of the Lost

9 Yan Can Cook

10-46 Beakman's World (premiere)

13 New Adventures of Captain Planet

14-20-40-67 Infomercials

31 WWF Wrestling

35 X-Men

36 Golf in America
44 Not Just News

54 Covert Bailey's Fit or Fat

60 PCTV

11:30

2 Out of This World

5-10-46 Baseball '93

6 Grassroots: Guide to Yard Care (phone-in with Bee gardening columnist Dick Tracy)

7-11-13 Rhythm & Jam

9 Ciao Italia

35 X-Men

44 Perfect Strangers

54 Victory Garden

60 Hometime

Afternoon

noon

2 WWF Wrestling

5 Baseball: NY Mets-Atlanta (alt game: Boston-Yankees)

6 Frugal Gourmet

7-13 Pac-10 Preview

9 Dinner at Julia's

10-46 Baseball: game TBA (see 5 for the Eye's choices)

11-35-48 Infomercials
20 Soul Train

26 Manila, Manila

31 Movie "Texasville"

36 Movie "The Return of Frank Cannon"

40 Movie "Amazon Women on the Moon"

44 Biker Mice from Mars

54 Hometime

60 World of Collector Cars

12:30

6 Covert Bailey's Fit or Fat

7-11-13 College Football: Nebraska-UCLA

9 Graham Kerr's Kitchen

44 Movie "Haunted Honeymoon"

48 TBA

54 This Old House

60 Thinking Allowed

67 Conexion

SC On Deck

1:00

2 Movie "Revenge of the Nerds"

6 Firing Line

9 de' Medici Kitchen

14-67 Telemusica
20 Bonanza

26 Message

35 1993 MTV Video Music Awards

38 Manila Variety Show

48 MTV Internacional

50 Movie "Test Pilot"

54 Place to Call Home

60 Living with Health

SC Baseball: As host Chicago White Sox

1:30

6 McLaughlin Group

9 Frugal Gourmet

26 Asian Journal: Korea

54 Computer Chronicles

2:00

3-4-8 Ryder Cup Previews (the US took on Europe Sept 24-26 at Sutton Coldfield, England)

6 John McLaughlin's One on One

9 Sneak Previews

14-67 Super Sabado Sensacional

20 Movie "The Flame & the Arrow"

26 Korean Television

31 M*A*S*H

36 Movie "Iron Eagle"


40 Movie "An American Werewolf in London"

44 Movie "The Day of the Dolphin"

48 Pelicula "Tiempo para amar"

54 Wild America

60 Sociological Imagination

2:30

6 Asia Now

9 Trailside: Make Your Own Adventure (premiere)

31 Movie "Repossessed"

54 Petpourri

3:00

2 Movie "Revenge of the Nerds 2: Nerds in Paradise"

3 Street Justice

4 Movie "The Secret Life of Walter Mitty"

5 Beakman's World (premiere)

6 Colores!

8 Movie "Victim of Love"

9 California's Gold

10 American Gladiators

35 Infomercial

38 Feng Shui

46 Perfect Strangers

50 Travel Travel
54 Nova "Nazis & the German Bomb"

60 Transformation of Myth

3:30

5 Energy Express (premiere)

6 Tony Brown's Journal

9 American Woodshop

35 Emergency Call

38 Changing China

40 Who's the Boss?

50 PCTV

4:00

3 Renegade

5 Real News for Kids

6 To the Contrary

7 Straight Talk 'n Teens

9 New Yankee Workshop

10 Highlander

11-38 Infomercials

13 1993 MTV Video Music Awards

14-67 Pelicula "Arriba Michoacan!"

20-35 Countdown at the Neon Armadillo (premiere)

22-60 Destinos: An Introduction to Spanish

26 Mandarin Drama
40 Movie "The Return of Swamp Thing"

44 Movie "If Looks Could Kill"

48 Telemundo del Deporte

50 Working Woman

54 Wall Street Week

SC College Football: Oregon State-Washington State (JIP)

4:30

5 ZooLife

6 Kokoro: The Heart Within

7 Columbo

9 Hometime

11 Growing Pains

31 Out of This World

36 Sanford & Son

46 TBA

50 VideoFashion

54 Washington Week in Review

5:00

2 Empty Nest

3-4 News

5 Home Videos of the Stars

6 Nature

8 Viewpoint
9 This Old House

10 Scratch

11 Success Through Education: Hispanic Excellence

20 Laverne & Shirley

22 HealthQuest

26 Mandarin News

31 Head of the Class

35 Renegade

36 Hawaii Five-O

46 American Gladiators

50 ZooLife

54 Malone

60 Earth Revealed: Introductory Geology

5:30

2 227

4-8 NBC Nightly News

5-10 CBS Evening News

9 Today's Gourmet

20 Laverne & Shirley

22 Trailside: Make Your Own Adventure

26 Chinese Journal

31 Mr Belvedere

48 Grandes Ligas

50 Siskel & Ebert


54 Health Matters

Evening

6:00

2 Movie "No Man's Land"

3 NBC Nightly News

4 Hard Copy

5-7-8-10-11-13 News

6 Lawrence Welk

9 Yan Can Cook

14 Galardon a los Grandes

20 Renegade

22 Cooking in America

26 Cantonese News

31 Baywatch

35 Highlander (Spandau Ballet's Martin Kemp guest stars)

36 Street Justice

38 Filipino Entertainment Network

40 Cheers

44 Movie "The Gumball Rally"

46 CBS Evening News

48 Lo Mejor de Lo Mejor

50 Star Trek: The Next Generation

54 American Heroes
60 Evening at Pops

67 Lo Nuestro

6:30

3 New California Country

4 Siskel & Ebert

5 Golden Girls

7 Emergency Call

8 Court TV: Inside America's Courts (premiere)

9 Mystery! "The Casebook of Sherlock Holmes: The Boscombe Valley Mystery"

10 Wheel of Fortune

11 Inside Edition Weekend

13 Infomercial

14-67 Noticiero Univision

22 Justin Wilson's Louisiana Cookin'

26 Bay Meadows Report

40 Muprhy Brown

46 News

7:00

3 Baywatch (premiere)

4-13 Entertainment Tonight

5 Dr Quinn, Medicine Woman (Kenny Rogers guest stars)

6 Evening at Pops

7-8 Jeopardy!
10-20-46 California Lottery Big Spin

11-40 Star Trek: The Next Generation

14-67 Sabado Gigante

22 Health Smart Gourmet Cooking

26 Zutto Anata Gi Sukidatta

31 Movie "Wise Guys"

35 Kung Fu: The Legend Continues

36 21 Jump Street

48 Ritmo Internacional

50 Cheers

54 Lawrence Welk

60 Sneak Previews

SC CFL: BC-Calgary (same-day delayed)

7:30

7 Wheel of Fortune

8 Friends for 40 Years (KSBW celebrates 40 years on the air...the program description mentions it
was part of the first shared network in the country, anyone have more on this?)

9 Are You Being Served?

10 Jeopardy!

20 Caesars Challenge

22 Travels in Europe

46 Married...with Children

50 California Lottery Big Spin

60 California's Gold
8:00

2-35-40 Cops (Nashville)

3-4-8 Miss America: Their Untold Stories

5 In the Heat of the Night (2 hr episode)

6 Mark Russell

7-11-13 Movie "Joe Versus the Volcano"

9 Movie "Stand & Deliver"

10-46 Dr Quinn, Medicine Woman

20 Highlander

22 Austin City Limits

26 Kyo Hairari

36 Movie "The Seven Ups"

38 Galaxy Variety Show

44 Movie "Exterminator 2"

48 Pelicula "El cartero alburero"

50 Star Trek: Deep Space Nine

54 All Creatures Great & Small

60 Exploring Florida

8:30

2-35-40 Cops (Phoenix)

6 In the Spotlight

26 Honoh Tatsu

60 Alive TV
9:00

2-35-40 Front Page

3-4-8 Mommies (premiere)

10-46 In the Heat of the Night (2 hrs)

20-50 Untouchables

22 Lonesome Pine

31 Movie "Steal the Sky"

38 Religious Programs

54 As Time Goes By

60 Masterpiece Theatre "Two Monologues: In My Defence/A Chip in the Sugar"

9:30

3-4-8 Cafe Americain (premiere)

6 Movie "Swimming to Cambodia"

26 Hagure Keiji

48 Pelicula "El hijo del pueblo"

54 Waiting for God (return to ch 54)

9:50

9 American Playhouse "La Carpa"

10:00

2-5-40 News

3-4-8 Miss America Pageant (Regis & Kathie Lee host from Atlantic City)

7-11-13 Commish
20 Twilight Zone

22 Alive TV

35 Time Trax

36 1st & Ten

44 Night Court

50 Movie "Avenging Force"

54 'Allo! 'Allo!

SC Sports Innerview

10:30

2 On the Money with Brian Banmiller

5 Crusaders

20 Twilight Zone

22 Club Date

26 NHK News

36 High School Football Focus

40 Empty Nest

44 Night Court

54 May to December

60 Sarah Chang: The Young Virtuoso

SC Infomercials

10:45

14-67 Boxeo: Jose "Gallito" Quirino v Danny "Bazooka" Nunez (taped earlier)
10:50

9 En Clave!

11:00

2 Court TV: Inside America's Courts (premiere)

6 In the Mix

7-10-11-13-46 News

20 Twilight Zone

26 Saturday Drama Special

31 Hardcastle & McCormick

35-44 Arsenio Hall

36 WWF Wrestling

40 Star Trek: The Next Generation

44 Luchando por Sobrevivir

54 Center Stage

60 Played in the USA

11:30

2 Prime Suspect

5 Street Justice

7 Hunter

10 Comedy Showcase

11 Cobra (pilot)

20 Twilight Zone

46 American Gladiators
SC TBA

11:35

13 Billy Bob's Country (premiere)

11:50

9 Green Means

Late Night

midnight

2 American Gladiators

3-4-8 News

6 Jack Horkheimer: Star Hustler

9 Viewer's Choice

20-31-48 Infomercials

26 Nima TV

35-40 Comic Strip Live

36 Designing Women

44 Star Trek: The Next Generation

50 Night Flight

54 Austin City Limits

SC College Football: Army-Duke (taped earlier)

12:15
14-67 Doctor Candido Perez

12:30

3-4-8 Saturday Night Live (host Joe Pesci, music by Spin Doctors)

5 Kids in the Hall

7 21 Jump Street

10 Highlander

11 Infomercial

36 Designing Women

46 Golden Girls

12:35

13 In Concert

12:45

14 Tu Ritmo

67 Hora Marcada

1:00

2 Movie "Tender Mercies"

20 Apollo Comedy Hour

26 Movie "Tiger's Claw"

35 Street Justice

36 Movie "Cross of Iron"

38-48 Infomercials
40 Movie "Rocky II"

44 Movie "Agatha Christie's The Man in the Brown Suit"

46 News

54 Movie "The Lion Has Wings"

1:05

13 Infomercial

1:30

5 Uptown Comedy Club

7 Movie "The Island of Dr Moreau"

10 Soul Train

46 Runaway with the Rich & Famous

1:35

13 This is the NFL

1:45

14 Luchando por Sobrevivir

67 SFX Music Videos

2:00

3 Sweating Bullets

4 Beauty & the Beast

8 Fishmasters
20 TBA

31 Movie "Cry Rape!"

35 Movie "Teacher's Pet"

38 Mandarin Movie

2:05

13 ANC News

2:30

5 Infomercial

8 Movie "Victim of Love"

10 News

2:45

44 Movie "The Frisco Kid"

3:00

2 Movie "Madame Sousatzka"

3 NBC News Nightside

4 Movie "Submarine X-1"

5 Hawaii Five-O

10 Movie "The Great Brain"

SC Water Sports World

3:30
7 Movie "Diamond Hunters"

31 Designing Women

36 Movie "Tilt"

40 Movie "Secret Weapons"

4:00

31 Perry Mason

38 Cantonese Movie

SC Windsurfing

4:30

4 Travel Travel

8 NBC News Nightside

35 Odd Couple

SC Canadian Sportfishing

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Re: Retro: San Francisco/Sacramento/Monterey Sat, Sept 18, 1993

Wow, how detailed! (You only forgot to detail how bad "Perfect Strangers" sucks! ;D )
One thing I would like to state for the record:

Quote Originally Posted by Bluenoser

10-46 Beakman's World (premiere)

5 Beakman's World (premiere)

This was "Beakman's" premiere on CBS, as it had been in syndication for a year or two prior.

I also see "Baywatch" tagged with "premiere" below - I'm assuming it's the season premiere, as
that show, of course, was in syndication for many years prior.

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Re: Retro: San Francisco/Sacramento/Monterey Sat, Sept 18, 1993

8 Friends for 40 Years (KSBW celebrates 40 years on the air...the program description mentions it
was part of the first shared network in the country, anyone have more on this?)
KSBW was the Salinas-Monterey market's first TV station, so it aired a mix of programs from all
three networks in its early years.

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

Scheduled National Television Listings for Thursday, April 4, 1968 (EST)

Mind you, I'm still not sure that this is the exact schedule (at least the ABC part) but it's the best I
can do. Corrections are welcomed.

6:30 CBS Sunrise Semester

7:00 CBS Morning News

NBC Today

7:30 CBS Local Programming

8:00 CBS Captain Kangaroo

9:00 CBS NBC Local Programming

10:00 CBS Candid Camera

NBC Snap Judgement

10:30 ABC This Morning with Dick Cavett

CBS The Beverly Hillbillies

NBC Concentration

11:00 CBS Andy of Mayberry (The Andy Griffith Show)

NBC Personality

11:30 CBS The Dick Van Dyke Show

NBC Hollywood Squares

12:00 ABC Bewitched

CBS Love of Life

NBC Jeopardy!
12:30 ABC Treasure Isle

CBS Search for Tomorrow

NBC Eye Guess

1:00 ABC Dream House

CBS NBC Local Programming

1:30 ABC Wedding Party

CBS As the World Turns

NBC Let's Make a Deal

2:00 ABC The Newlywed Game

CBS Love is a Many Splendored Thing

NBC Days of Our Lives

2:30 ABC The Baby Game

CBS Art Linkletter's House Party

NBC The Doctors

3:00 ABC General Hospital

CBS To Tell the Truth

NBC Another World

3:30 ABC Dark Shadows

CBS The Edge of Night

NBC You Don't Say!

4:00 ABC The Dating Game

CBS The Secret Storm

NBC The Match Game

The CBS Evening News with Walter Cronkite and NBC's Huntley-Brinkley report aired
at 6:30 or 7:00; ABC News aired from 6:00 to 7:30

7:30 ABC The Second Hundred Years

CBS Cimmaron Strip

NBC Daniel Boone

8:00 ABC The Flying Nun

8:30 ABC Bewitched

NBC Ironside

9:00 ABC That Girl

CBS Thursday Night Movie (anyone who can tell me the name of the scheduled movie that night
has my sincere appreciation)

9:30 ABC Peyton Place

NBC Dragnet

10:00 ABC Local Programming (?)

NBC The Dean Martin Show

11:00 CBS NBC Local Programming

11:30 ABC The Joey Bishop Show

NBC The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson

RETRO: KFAR-TV, Fairbanks, Alaska (April 4, 1968)

Source: Fairbanks Daily News-Miner

Here was what KFAR's schedule was like 40 years ago today when Martin Luther King was
assassinated:

4:30-The Dating Game


5:00-Peyton Place II

5:30-Heritage of Alaska

6:00-The Big 30 (Bob Parsons?)

6:30-Alaska Highlights

6:45-Hometown Reporter (Maury Smith)

7:00-Daniel Boone

8:00-Ironside

9:00-I Spy

10:00-The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich (Part 3)

11:30-The Huntley-Brinkley Report (same-day delay)

12:05 AM-Weather Wrap-Up

Friday Daytime (April 5):

10:00 AM-Instructional Television (provided by the Fairbanks North Star Borough School District)

11:30-The Honeymoon Race

Noon-The Family Gane

12:30 PM-Everybody's Talking

1:00-Donna Reed

1:30-The Fugitive

2:30-The Newlywed Game

3:00-Dream Girl '67

3:30-General Hospital

4:00-Dark Shadows

I don't have KTVF's schedule, as they stopped printing theirs daily some time after the '67 flood.
Jonathan Allen

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Re: RETRO: KFAR-TV, Fairbanks, Alaska (April 4, 1968)

Being that this was well before any live network connection in the 49th state, I would assume
that any bulletins regarding the MLK shooting were generated locally, no? (I would think that any
such major breaking news was handled by local cut-ins back in the day, probably just rip-and-
read off the wires?) That night's Huntley-Brinkley would certainly have dealt heavily with the
assassination, but by the time it aired in AK, most would already be long aware of the incident,
and maybe even have heard newer developments from radio, etc.

That night's Huntley-Brinkley would certainly have dealt heavily with the assassination, but by
the time it aired in AK, most would already be long aware of the incident, and maybe even have
heard newer developments from radio, etc.

...that would be assuming there was a special West Coast edition that KFAR would run.
Photographer Joe Loew, who was also staying at the Lorraine Motel that night, reported that he
had just switched the TV off after "Huntley-Brinkley" ended when the shot rang out...

I forgot the shooting took place so late in the day, but it makes sense when you remember that
MLK and his people were about to go to dinner when it happened. Actually, if KFAR normally got
HBR on tape from Seattle or another West Coast source, chances are that by the time HBR would
have aired in that time zone, they were probably doing breaking coverage of the assassination
rather than a rebroadcast or reedit of HBR.

Retro: UK Cable/Satellite Sat, Jan 4, 1997


from London Sunday Times

Sky Movies

6.00 Movie "Shock Treatment"

8.00 Movie "H.G. Wells' First Men in the Moon"

10.00 Movie "Run Wild, Run Free"

noon Movie "All She Ever Wanted"

2.00 Movie "Trail of Tears"

4.00 Movie "Between Love & Honor"

6.00 Movie "Dragonworld"

8.00 Movie "The Brady Bunch Movie"

10.00 Movie "Before the Night"

11.45 Movie "Delta of Venus"

1.30 Movie "Calendar Girl"

3.00 Movie "Taking the Heat"

4.30 Movie "Between Love & Honor"

The Movie Channel

6.00 Movie "The Travels of Marco Polo"

7.00 Movie "Big Wheels & Sailor"

8.00 Movie "Son of Lassie"

10.00 Movie "Black Beauty"

noon Movie "Far from Home: The Adventures of Yellow Dog"

2.00 Movie "The Magic Bubble"

4.00 Movie "The Adventures of Black Feather"


6.00 Movie "My Girl 2"

8.00 Movie "The Android Affair"

10.00 Movie "Bad Boys"

mid. Movie "Foreign Student"

1.40 Movie "Bab Boys"

3.40 Movie "Ruby in Paradise"

Sky Movies Gold

4pm Movie "Gandhi"

8.00 Movie "Breakout"

10.00 Movie "Accused"

11.55 Movie "Murder Takes All" (Stacy Keach as Mike Hammer)

1.35 Movie "Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde"

3.15 Movie "Random Harvest"

5.20 sign-off

TNT

9pm James Cagney: Top of the World

11.00 Movie "White Heat"

mid. Movie "Night Digger"

1.45 Movie "The Beast with Five Fingers"

3.20 James Cagney: Top of the World

5.00 sign-off

Sky Sports 1
7.00 World Sports Special

7.30 American Sports Cavalcade

8.30 Racing News

9.00 NHL Power Week

10.00 Rugby Club

11.00 Hold the Back Page

noon Sports Saturday

4.15 Sports Saturday Results

6.00 Soccer: FA Cup, Third Round

7.30 Rugby Union Update

9.00 NFL Play-offs

12.30 Hockey: Nottingham-Manchester

3.00 sign-off

Sky Sports 2/Sky Sports Gold

7.00 Soccer AM

11.00 Canadian Figure Skating Championships

1.00 World Sports

1.30 Velo-Cycling Magazine

2.00 Tennis: Hopman Cup Final-Croatia v Switzerland

5.00 WDC World Darts Championship: semi-final action

11.00 Cricket Hall of Fame

11.30 World Cup (soccer) Classics: 1990 semi-final, England v Germany

1.00 sign-off
Sky Sports 3

noon UK Skiff Sailing

12.30 High Five

1.00 World Motor Sport

5.00 UK Skiff Sailing

5.30 High Five

6.00 Hockey: Nottingham-Manchester

8.30 World Championship Golf

11.30 High Five

mid. sign-off

EuroSport

7.30 Women's World Cup Skiing

10.00 Rally Raid

11.00 Women's World Cup Skiing

12.30 World Cup Ski Jumping

2.30 Tennis: ATP Tournament sem-finals

5.30 Alpine Skiing Special

6.30 Pro World Cup Skiing

7.30 Strength

8.30 Rally Raid

9.00 Boxing

10.00 Fitness

11.00 World Cup Ski Jumping

mid. Rally Raid


12.30 All Sports

1.00 sign-off

High Street

6.00 Tried & Tested

6.30 Weekend Wine Guide

7.00 Catwalk

7.30 Too Busy to Cook

8.00 Diet & Fitness

8.30 Taste Testers

9am sign-off

Food & Wine

9.00 Floyd on Britain & Ireland

9.30 Good Life Gourmet Guide

10.00 Young Chefs

10.30 Simply Greek

11.00 John Tovey's Entertaining on a Plate

11.30 More Calories Please

noon sign-off

Health & Beauty

noon Diet & Fitness

12.30 Good Life Health Guide

1.00 Diet & Fitness


1.30 Natural Health

2.00 Diet & Fitness

2.30 Ready to Wear

3.00 sign-off

Home & Garden

3pm Good Life Garden Club

3.30 Geoffrey Smith's World of Flowers

4.00 Fruity Passions

4.30 Antiques at Home

5.00 Good Lifestyle Guide

5.30 Classic Interiors

6.00 sign-off

Men & Motors

11pm Combustion

mid. Through the Gears

12.30 Stuart's Hall of Goals

1.00 Raaw

2.00 sign-off

Talk TV

6.00 Donahue

7.00 Masters of Talk

8.00 Donahue
9.00 David Frost

10.00 Donahue

11.00 David Frost

noon Donahue

2.00 David Frost

3.00 Donahue

4.00 David Frost

5.00 Donahue

6pm sign-off

UK Living

6.00 Living Garden

6.30 Terrace

7.00 Who'll Do the Pudding?

7.30 Gourmet Ireland

8.00 Style

9.00 Doctor

9.30 Agony

10.00 Gabrielle

10.50 Gordon Elliott

11.40 Trivial Pursuit

noon Lingo

12.30 Lucky Ladders

1.00 Talkabout

1.30 Who's Sorry Now?


2.00 Ready, Steady, Cook

2.30 Jeannie

3.00 Movie "Menu for Murder"

5.00 Charlie's Angels

6.00 Street Legal

7.00 General Practice

8.05 Rolonda

9.00 Jerry Springer

11.00 Sex Files

mid. sign-off

Family Channel

5pm Challenge

5.02 Blockbusters

5.35 Gladiators

6.10 Catchphrase

6.40 Second Guess

7.15 A World in Your Ear

7.50 Trivial Pursuit

8.25 Catchphrase

8.55 Busman's Holiday

9.30 All Clued Up

10.00 Treasure Hunt

11.10 Trivial Pursuit

11.40 Catchphrase
12.10 Perfect Scoundrels

1.10 Snowy River

2.05 Gentlemen & Players

3.05 Neon Rider

4.00 All Together Now

4.30 Black Stallion

5.00 sign-off

Sky 1

7.00 WKRP in Cincinnati

7.30 George

8.00 Young Indiana Jones

9.00 Star Trek: The Next Generation

10.00 Quantum Leap

11.00 Star Trek

noon WWF Blast Off

1.00 WWF Challenge

2.00 Kung Fu

3.00 Star Trek: Deep Space Nine

4.00 Star Trek: Voyager

5.00 Hit Mix

6.00 Kung Fu

7.00 Hercules

8.00 Coppers (Brit version of Cops)

8.30 Cops (x2)


9.30 Cop Files

10.00 Law & Order

11.00 Red Shoe Diaries

11.30 Movie Show

mid. LAPD

12.30 Lucy Show

1.00 Dream On

1.30 Edge

2.00 Hit Mix

Sky 2

7pm Beverly Hills 90210

8.00 Melrose Place

9.00 Pacific Drive

10.00 Tales from the Crypt (x2)

11.00 Stand & Deliver (x2)

mid. Hit Mix Long Play

UK Gold

7.00 Going for Gold

7.25 Gibberish

7.55 Sullivans

10.00 Neighbours

noon EastEnders

2.55 Minder
4.00 Larry Grayson's Generation Game

5.05 Cartoon Time

5.15 A-Team

6.15 Bullseye

6.45 Some Mothers Do 'Ave 'Em

7.25 Whatever Happened to the Likely Lads?

8.05 Shoestring

9.10 Kojak

10.10 Callan

11.15 Movie "The Bedroom Window"

1.20 Miami Vice

2.10 Home Shopping

Granada Plus

6.00 Children's TV

8.00 Doctor on the Go

8.30 On the Buses

9.00 Crown Court

10.30 Stuart's Hall of Fame

11.30 Bootsie & Snudge

noon Doing Their Thing

12.30 Gardener's Calendar

1.00 Motorheads I

2.00 Dutch Girls

4.00 Stuart's Hall of Fame


5.00 Doctor on the Go

5.30 Doing Their Thing

6.00 Motorheads II

7.00 Maigret

8.00 Dutch Girls

10.00 Comedians

10.30 Wheeltappers & Shunters

11.00 sign-off

Carlton Select

noon All Together Now

1.00 Hey Dad

2.00 Country Diary of an Edwardian Lady

2.30 That's My Boy

3.00 Movie "Shell Seekers"

5.00 Switch On

5.30 Bounder

6.00 Duty Free

6.30 Flambards

7.30 Birds of a Feather

8.00 Robin of Sherwood

9.00 Soldier, Soldier

10.00 London Bridge

10.30 Tracey Ullman

11.00 Doctor Down Under


11.30 Tales of the Unexpected

mid. sign-off

Bravo

noon Time Tunnel

1.00 Remington Steele

2.00 Space 1999 (x2)

4.00 Movie "More Dead Than Alive"

6.00 Movie "The Outside Man"

8.00 Movie "The Inside Man"

9.45 Casino

10.00 Troma Basement

10.10 Movie "Blondes Have More Guns"

mid. sign-off

Discovery Channel

4pm Top Marques marathon (a look at various auto brands)

8.00 Battle of Actium

8.30 Disaster

9.00 Fields of Armour

10.00 Battlefield

mid. Abuse of Memory

1.00 High Five

1.30 Special Forces

2.00 sign-off
TLC

9.00 Dogs with Dunbar

9.30 It's a Vet's Life

10.00 Go Fishing (x2)

11.00 Home Again with Bob Vila

11.30 Two's Country Cooking

noon Hammer It Home

12.30 New Yankee Workshop

1.00 Hometime

2.00 Screaming Reels

2.30 Rex Hunt

3.00 This Old House with Steve & Norm

4pm sign-off

MTV

7.00 Kickstart

9.30 Grind

10.00 MTV's European Top 20 Video Countdown

noon Dance Connection 1996 Compilation

1.00 Real World 3

5.00 Best of Stylissimo!

5.30 MTV News Weekend Edition: Year End Edition

6.30 Simone Sessions

7.00 Dance Connection 1996 Compilation


8.00 Dance Floor

9.00 Real World 3

10.00 Unplugged with REM

11.00 Yo!

1.00 Saturday Night

3.00 Chill Out Zone

VH1

7.00 Breakfast in Bed

9.30 Cafe VH1

11.00 Vinyl Years

noon Playing Favourites

1.00 Are You Sure Hank Done It This Way?

2.00 Artists Review 1996

3.00 VH1 Album Chart Show 1996

5.00 Around & Around

6.00 Happy Hour with Claire Grogan

7.00 Remember Otis Reading (as spelled): Sounds of the Sixties

8.30 Sounds of the Seventies

9.00 Ten of the Best: The Rutles

10.00 Vinyl Years

11.00 Nightly with Tommy Vance

1.00 Roger Waters: The Wall Live in Berlin

4.00 Green Machine


CMT

On-air 6am-7pm on the dish, 24-7 on cable

Paramount Comedy Channel

7pm Ren & Stimpy

7.30 Rocky & Bullwinkle

8.00 Police Squad!

8.30 Hooperman

9.00 Bakersfield PD

9.30 Taxi

10.00 Odd Couple

10.30 Laverne & Shirley

11.00 I Love Lucy

11.30 Bosom Buddies

mid. Saturday Night Live

1.00 Hooperman

1.30 Bakersfield PD

2.00 Police Squad!

2.30 Laverne & Shirley

3.00 Taxi

3.30 I Love Lucy

4.00 sign-off

Sci-Fi Channel

Cable all day, 1-4am on the dish


8.00 G-Force

8.25 Robotech

8.50 Galaxy Rangers

9.15 Bionic Six

9.40 Planet of the Apes

10.05 Web

10.55 C/Net

11.15 New Edge

11.40 Inside Space

noon Lost in Space

12.55 Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea

1.55 Space Angel

2.00 Movie "4D Man"

3.30 Ray Bradbury

4.00 Bionic Woman

5.45 Outer Limits

6.35 Lost in Space

7.25 Night Stalker

8.20 Movie "America 3000"

10.00 Wicked Women

10.30 Friday the 13th: The Series

11.20 Buzz Bytes

11.30 Movie "Daughters of Satan"

1.00 Night Stalker

1.55 Movie "America 3000"


3.45 Special Preview Screening: First Contact

4.00 sign-off

Zee TV (South Asian programming)

7.00 Shabads/Holy Qur'an

7.30 Jaagran

8.00 Hum Zameen

8.30 Akbar Birbal

9.00 Maa

9.30 Out & About

10.00 Khoobsurat

10.30 Khana Khazana

11.00 Life Style East Highlights

noon Pakistan Business Update

12.30 Positive Health

1.00 Movie "Ajooba"

4.00 Asian Serial

4.30 Aap Ki Farmaish

5.00 Your Zindegi

5.30 Sa Re Ga Ma

6.30 Public Demand

7.30 Hum Panch

8.00 News/7 Days

8.30 Kurukshetra

9.05 Movie "Masoom"


mid. sign-off

Disney Channel

6am Mickey Mouse

6.30 Quack Attack

7.00 Danger Bay

7.30 Tarzan

8.00 Torkelsons

8.30 Okavango

9.00 Ghostwriter

9.30 Timon & Pumbaa

9.40 Little Mermaid

10.05 Timon & Pumbaa

10.15 Aladdin

10.40 Mighty Ducks

11.05 Doug

11.30 Flash

noon Movie "Gator Face"

1.45 Bonkers

2.10 Movie "Davy Crockett"

3.30 Sky

4.00 Timon & Pumbaa

4.10 Darkwing Duck

4.35 Timon & Pumbaa

5.10 Mighty Ducks


5.35 Doug

6.00 Bonechillers

6.30 Movie "The Nightmare Before Christmas"

8.00 Dave

8.30 Brotherly Love

9.00 Dangerous Minds

9.45 Timon & Pumbaa

10.00 sign-off

Nickelodeon

(the Times radically abbreviated Nick's listings, so I may be missing a few titles here )

7.00 Rude Dog & the Dweebs

7.30 Mighty Max

8.00 Tales from the Cryptkeeper

8.30 Simian

9.00 Rugrats

10.00 Aaahh!! Real Monsters

10.30 Doug

11.00 Rocko's Modern Life

11.30 Ren & Stimpy

noon Ship

12.30 Clarissa Explains It All

1.00 Sister Sister

1.30 Pete & Pete

2.00 Doug
2.30 Space Cases

3.00 Ferals

3.30 Wishbone

4.00 Simian

4.30 Rugrats

5.00 Tales from the Cryptkeeper

5.30 Aaahh!! Real Monsters

6.00 Are You Afraid of the Dark?

6.30 Sister Sister

7pm sign-off

Fox

(same note for Nick applies)

6.00 Ghosts

6.30 Inspector Gadget

7.00 Samurai Pizza Cats

7.30 Eagle

8.00 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

8.30 Big Bad Beetleborgs

9.00 Masked Rider

9.30 Mighty Morphin Power Rangers

10.00 X-Men

10.30 Tick

11.00 Life with Louie

11.30 Eek! the Cat


noon Skysurfer

12.30 Heroes

1.00 Highlander

1.30 Eagle

2.00 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

2.30 Big Bad Beetleborgs

3.00 Masked Rider

3.30 Mighty Morphin Power Rangers

4.00 X-Men

4.30 Tick

5.00 Life with Louie

5.30 Eek! the Cat

6.00 Skysurfer

6.30 Heroes

7pm sign-off

TCC

(same note applies)

6am Tiny (Toons?)

7.30 Toon

8.00 Flash

8.30 Dennis the Menace

9.00 Earthworm Jim

9.30 Blast

10.00 Heartbreak High


11.00 Ready or Not

11.30 Saved by the Bell

noon Sweet Valley High

12.30 9-2-5

1.00 Cybernet

1.30 Flash

2.00 Earthworm Jim

2.30 Felix the Cat

3.00 Dennis the Menace

3.30 Saved by the Bell

4.00 California Dreams

4.30 Sweet Valley High

5pm sign-off

Cartoon Network

5am-9pm on the dish, 24-7 on cable

Sky News

News on the hour, plus as indicated

5.30 ABC World News Tonight

6.00 Sky News Sunrise

8.30 Saturday Sports Action

9.00 Sky News Sunrise

9.30 Entertainment

10.30 Fashion TV
11.00 World News

11.30 Destinations

noon World News

12.30 World in Review UK

1.30 ABC Nightline

2.30 Newsmaker

3.30 Century

4.00 World News

4.30 Week in Review UK

5.00 Live at Five

6.30 Target

7.30 Sportsline Live

8.00 News

8.30 Entertainment

9.00 World News

9.30 48 Hours

10.00 News Tonight

11.00 News

11.30 Sportsline Extra

mid. World News

12.30 Destinations

1.30 Court TV

2.30 Century

3.30 World in Review UK

4.30 48 Hours
CNN International

News on the hour

5.30 Diplomatic Licence

6.30 Business

7.30 Sport

8.30 Style

9.30 Future Watch

10.30 Travel

11.30 Your Health

12.30 Sport

1.30 Inside Asia

2.00 Larry King Live

3.30 Sport

4.00 Future Watch

4.30 Earth Matters

5.30 Global View

6.30 Inside Asia

7.00 Business

7.30 Computer Connection

8.00 CNN Presents

9.30 Insight

10.00 Inside Business

10.30 Sport

11.00 World View


11.30 Diplomatic Licence

mid. Pinnacle

12.30 Travel

1.00 Prime News

1.30 Inside Asia

2.00 Larry King Live

3.00 World Today

4.00 Jesse Jackson

4.30 Evans & Novak

EBN

6.00 Year in Review

6.30 Automotice

7.00 Directions

7.30 Future

8.00 Year in Review

8.30 World Focus

9.00 Who's Been Sleeping in My Bed?

9.30 Media

10.00 Style Cafe

10.30 Future File

11.00 Auto Motive

11.30 Wall Street Journal Report

noon sign-off
Weather Channel

24-7 weather info

NBC SuperChannel

5.30 News

6.00 McLaughlin Group

6.30 Hello Austria Hello Vienna

7.00 Ticket

7.30 Europa

8.00 Cyberschool

10.00 Shopping

11.00 Sports

3.00 Scan

3.30 Fashion

4.00 Ticket

4.30 Travel

5.00 Ushuaia

6.00 National Geographic

8.00 Time & Again

9.00 Tonight Show

10.00 World Championship Golf

1.00 MSNBC

2.00 Selina Scott

3.00 Talkin' Jazz

3.30 Executive Lifestyles


4.00 Ushuaia

5.00 Travel

Sky Scottish (partnership between Sky and Scottish Television)

6pm Special

7.00 Quiz

7.30 Scotland Today (special edition for Sky Scottish)

8pm sign-off

Retro: Southern & Central England Sat, Jan 4, 1997

from London Sunday Times-Meridian edition

BBC1

7.05 Pink Panther

7.25 News/Weather

7.30 Defenders of the Earth

7.50 Speed Racer

8.15 Real Adventures of Jonny Quest

8.40 New Adventures of Superman

9.15 Live & Kicking

12.12 Weather

12.15 Grandstand (includes 1.00 News, 1.05 Racing from Haydock, 1.25 Darts, 1.40 Racing from
Haydock, 1.50 Darts/Speed Skating, 2.10 Racing from Haydock, 2.25 Speed Skating, 2.50 Ruhby
Union: Leicester v Toulouse, 4.50 Final Score)

5.20 News/Weather

5.30 Regional News/Weather


5.35 Cartoon

5.45 Simpsons

6.10 Due South

6.55 Noel's House Party

7.50 National Lottery Live

8.05 Casualty

8.55 News/Sport/Weather/National Lottery Update

9.15 Movie "Accidental Meeting"

10.45 Match of the Day: The Road to Wembley

mid. Frank Skinner

12.30 Movie "The Creepling Flesh"

2.00 Weather

2.05 sign-off

BBC2

7.10 Movie "Parlour, Bedroom & Bath"

8.20 Movie "Meet the People"

10.00 Chanakya

10.35 Network East

11.20 Q Asia

11.50 A Week to Remember

noon Michael Barry's Choice Cuts

12.10 Films of the Year with Barry Norman

12.55 Movie "The Bold & the Beautiful"

2.50 Movie "Some Came Running"


5.00 TOTP2

5.45 World Darts (BDO World Professional Championship)

7.30 News/Sport/Weather

7.45 What the Papers Day

7.55 Tx "JLG/JLG: Self-Portrait in December"

9.00 World Darts highlights

10.00 Changes: Bowie at 50 (David Bowie is interviewed as he reaches his 50th birthday)

10.45 Movie "Merry Christmas, Mr Lawrence"

12.50 Movie "Ziggy Stardust & the Spiders from Mars"

2.25 sign-off

ITV

Meridian (south/south east England), LWT (London), Central (Midlands), Channel (Channel
Islands), HTV West (west England), Westcountry (southwest England)

(Meridian, HTV and Westcountry were co-owned, Channel picks up ITV via Meridian)

5.30 ITN News

6.00 GMTV

9.25 Scratchy & Co

11.30 ITV Chart Show

12.30 (Meridian-Channel-HTV-Westcountry) Movies, Games & Videos

12.30 (LWT) Making of Wind in the Willows

12.30 (Central) Premiere

1.00 ITN News/Weather

1.05 Regional News/Weather

1.10 (Meridian-Channel-HTV) World of Wonder


1.10 (LWT) Hollywood's Greatest Stunts

1.10 (Central) Movies, Games & Videos

1.10 (Westcountry) A Tribute to Michael Bentine: The Sandwich Man

1.40 (Meridian-LWT-Channel-HTV) Snooker-Charity Challenge

2.50 (Westcountry) Airwolf

3.45 (Westcountry) seaQuest DSV

3.50 (Meridian-Channel) Baywatch

3.50 (LWT-Central) seaQuest DSV

3.50 (HTV) RoboCop

4.45 ITN News/Sports Results/Weather

5.05 Regional News/Weather

5.10 (Channel) Puffin's Pla(i)ce

5.10 (Central) ITV Sport Classics

5.20 Clueless

5.50 Sabrina the Teenage Witch

6.15 Gladiators

7.15 Blind Date

8.15 Family Fortunes

8.45 ITN News/Weather/Lottery

9.00 It'll Be Alright on the Night 8

10.00 Goodbye My Love (a look at euthanasia campaigner Derek Humphrey)

mid. Snooker-Charity Challenge

1.30 (Meridian-Channel-HTV-Westcountry) Movie "Daughter of Darkness"

1.30 (LWT-Central) Movie "Florida Straits"

3.05 (Meridian-Channel-HTV-Westcountry) Movie "Suspect"


3.15 (LWT-Central) Movie "Steptoe & Son"

4.25 (Meridian-Channel-HTV-Westcountry) Soundbites

4.40 (Meridian-Channel-HTV-Westcountry) Helter Skelter

4.55 (LWT) Cool Vibes

4.55 (Central) Jobfinder

5.05 (LWT) Coach

5.20 (Central) Asian Eye

Channel 4

6.05 Sesame Street

7.05 Biker Mice from Mars

7.35 Sonic the Hedgehog

8.00 Transworld Sport

9.00 Morning Line

10.00 Gazzetta Football Italia

11.00 Blitz! (NFL highlights)

noon Movie "The Secret Garden"

1.40 Channel 4 Racing (action from Sandown Park)

4.05 Ben Casey

5.05 Brookside (followed by News Summary/Weather)

6.35 Movie "Murder on the Orient Express"

9.00 Fragile Heart

10.15 Klinik!

10.30 Movie "Body Snatchers"

12.05 Movie "Space Master X-7"


1.20 Movie "The Search Stars"

3.20 Movie "Shopworn Angel"

4.50 mr don & mr george

5.15 sign-off

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Re: Retro: Southern & Central England Sat, Jan 4, 1997

I know it's a big thing in England, but somehow

the mind boggles at the thought of people actually

watching darts. I think I'd change the channel in

about thirty seconds.

Most of you probably know it, but "Family Fortunes"

is their name for "Family Feud."

1 AM McCloud

sign off 2:30 AM


WGNX (WGCL) Ch. 46 (Ind.)

5 AM ANC News

6 AM Morris Cerullo

6:30 Captain N

7 AM Stunt Dawgs

7:30 Inspector Gadget

8 AM T-Rex (animated, not the rock group)

8:30 Widget

9 AM Hogan Family

9:30 Charles In Charge

10 AM Amen

10:30 Gimme A Break!

11 AM Hill Street Blues

12 N Simon & Simon

1 PM Police Story

2 PM Perfect Strangers

2:30 Camp Candy

3 PM Ducktales

3:30 Chip 'N Dale's Rescue Rangers

4 PM Tale Spin

4:30 Darkwing Duck

5 PM Goof Troop

5:30 Different World


6 PM Roseanne

6:30 Full House

7 PM Roseanne

7:30 Designing Women

8 PM Movie: "Agnes Of God"

10 PM News

11 PM Star Trek: The Next Generation

12 M Designing Women

12:30 Twilight Zone (the original, as

opposed to newer episodes on

Ch. 34)

1 AM News

2 AM Police Story

3 AM Fame

4 AM Lou Granr

WVEU (WUPA) Ch. 69 (Ind.)

6 AM This Morning's Business

6:30 American Adventurer

7 AM Supertime (in Japanese)

8 AM Infomercial

8:30 Life Today

9 AM Success N Life

10 AM Ernest Angley Hour


11 AM Home (pre-empted on Ch. 2)

12 N Jerry Springer

1 PM 700 Club (what a juxtaposition!)

2 PM Peppermint Place (syndicated version

of Dallas' greatest kids' show)

2:30 Children's Room

3 PM Heathcliff

3:30 Robotech

4 PM Get Smart

4:30 Kate & Allie

5 PM Highway To Heaven

6 PM Lifestyles Of The Rich And Famous

7 PM Matlock

8 PM Cannon

9 PM A-Team

10 PM 21 Jump Street

11 PM Studs

11:30 Forever Knight (pre-empted on

Ch. 5)

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

1:30 Super Sports Follies

2 AM Movie: "Run To Freedom"

4 AM Movie: "Slaves Of The Invisible

Monster"

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Re: Retro: Atlanta Tuesday, April 20, 1993

Could you please post listings for Saturday 4/17/93?

Retro: Atlanta Saturday, April 17, 1993

By request, from TV Guide, Atlanta Edition:

WSB Ch. 2 (ABC)

6 AM Bugs Bunny & Tweety (split into

two half-hours)

7 AM ABC Weekend Special (expands to

an hour for "The Kingdom Chums:

Original Top Ten," an animated tale

of the Ten Commandments, one-week

delay)

8 AM News
10 AM Zoolife With Jack Hanna

10:30 High Q (local high-school quiz bowl)

11 AM Star Search

12 N News

12:30 Lifestyles Of The Rich And Famous

1:30 Runanway With The Rich And Famous

2 PM Classic Country

2:30 Outcry L.A.: Riots, Trials, Recovery

3:30 Wonder Years (2 episodes)

4:30 Wide World Of Sports (the Superstars and

the Wood Memorial)

6 PM News

6:30 ABC News (Carole Simpson)

7 PM Entertainment Tonight

8 PM Young Indiana Jones Chronicles

9 PM World Of Discovery: "Bikini Island: Forbidden

Paradise"

10 PM The Commish

11 PM News

11:30 It's Showtime At The Apollo

12:30 Sweating Bullets

1:30 Weekend Travel Update

2 AM Rich And Famous: 1993 World's Best

4 AM CNN Headline News


WAGA Ch. 5 (CBS)

5:05 Baywatch

6 AM Back To The Future (animated)

6:30 Amazing Sea-Monkeys

7 AM Disney's Raw Toonage (Disney hadn't

bought ABC yet)

7:30 Cyber C.O.P.S.

8 AM Fievel's American Tails

8:30 Little Mermaid

9 AM Garfield

10 AM Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

11 AM Baywatch

12 N News

12:30 Firefighters

1 PM Baseball: Mets at Reds

4:30 Prime Suspect (time approximate)

5 PM In The Heat Of The Night

6 PM News

6:30 CBS News (Bob Schieffer)

7 PM Current Affair: Extra

8 PM Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman

9 PM A League Of Their Own

9:30 Brooklyn Bridge

10 PM Raven
11 PM News

11:30 In The Heat Of The Night

12:30 Arsenio Hall

1:30 News

2 AM In The Heat Of The Night

3 AM Infomercial

3:30 Prime Suspect

4 AM Cagney & Lacey

WGTV Ch. 8 (PBS)

6 AM G.E.D.

6:30 Sesame Street

7:30 Barney & Friends

8 AM Shining Time Station

8:30 Lamb Chop's Play-Along

9 AM Ghostwriter

10 AM Dance Memoir: Dorothy Alexander

10:30 So Easy To Preserve

11 AM Honey Bees & Beekeeping

11:30 Bill Shipp's Journal

12 N Wild America

12:30 Rod & Reel

1 PM Georgia Outdoors

1:30 Nature
2:30 Victory Garden

3 PM Nathalie Dupree Cooks

3:30 Frugal Gourmet

4 PM Taste Of Louisiana

4:30 Louisiana Cookin' (Justin Wilson)

5 PM Today's Gourmet

5:30 Health Matters

6 PM Austin City Limits

7 PM This Old House (2 episodes)

8 PM Lawrence Welk (theme: country music)

9 PM Great Performances: "The Cabinet Of

Dr. Ramirez"

11 PM Austin City Limits

sign off 12 Midnight

WXIA Ch. 11 (NBC)

5:30 Music City Today

6 AM Emergency Call

6:30 Bob Vila's Home Again

7 AM News

8 AM Saturday Today

10 AM Beakman's World

10:30 Why Didn't I Think Of That?

11 AM California Dreams
11:30 NBA Inside Stuff

12 N Infomercial

12:30 Sideline Sports

1 PM Senior Golf: PGA Seniors Championship

(Third round)

3 PM NBA Basketball: Celtics at Heat

6 PM News (time approximate)

6:30 NBC News (Garrick Utley)

7 PM Saturday Sports Live

7:30 Roggin's Heroes

8 PM Almost Home

8:30 Nurses

9 PM Empty Nest

9:30 Mad About You

10 PM Sisters

11 PM News

11:30 Saturday Night Live (host Kirstie Alley,

musical guest Lenny Kravitz)

1 AM Comedy Showcase

2 AM Infomercial

2:30 Movie: "Rush It"

4:30 Movie: "Song Of The Trail"

WTLK (WPXA) Ch. 14 (Ind.)


6 AM Outdoor Gazette

6:30 Fishing The West

7 AM Outdoors With Dean Durham

7:30 Infomercial

8 AM America's Backyard

8:30 Infomercials

9:30 Pam And Buffy

10 AM Saved By The Bell (pre-empted

on Ch. 11)

10:30 Sunshine Factory

11 AM Saved By The Bell

11:30 Name Your Adventure (pre-empted

on Ch. 11)

12 N Namaste Bombay

12:30 Wall Street Journal Report

1 PM Newsworthy

1:30 Infomercial

2 PM Club Golf

2:30 This Week In Baseball

3 PM Sideline Sports (I assume this is

the show that aired earlier on 11)

3:30 Infomercial

4 PM Tropical Beat

5 PM New Dance

6 PM Croatia
6:30 Color Of Money (finance)

7 PM Minority Business Report

7:30 Infomercial

8 PM WWF Wrestling (2 shows)

10 PM GWF Wrestling

11 PM WCW Wrestling

12 M IWF Wrestling

1 AM Movie: "My Favorite Brunette"

3 AM Movie: "Terror By Night"

WTBS (WPCH) Ch. 17 (Ind.)

5 AM Leave It To Beaver

5:30 Gomer Pyle, USMC (2 episodes)

6:30 Between The Lines

7:05 Bonanza (2 episodes)

9:05 WCW Wrestling

10:05 National Geographic Explorer

12:05 Movie: "The Stone Killer"

2:05 Movie: "An Eye For An Eye"

4:05 Movie: "Over The Top"

6:05 WCW Wrestling

8:05 Movie: "Midway"

11:50 Movie: "Critters 2: The Main

Course"
1:50 Movie: "Gargoyles"

3:20 Movie: "Stephen King's Cat's Eye"

WPBA Ch. 30 (PBS)

5:30 Today's Japan

6 AM Government By Consent

6:30 America In Perspective

7 AM Here's To Your Health

7:30 Time To Grow

8 AM Body Electric

8:30 Homestretch

9 AM Mini-Dragons

10 AM Masterpiece Theatre: "The Black

Velvet Gown" (conclusion)

11 AM National Geographic

12 N Frontline

1 PM Nova

2 PM Tracks Ahead

2:30 Joy Of Painting

3 PM New Yankee Workshop

3:30 Hometime

4 PM Frugal Gourmet

4:30 Motorweek

5 PM Victory Garden
5:30 Gourmet Cooking

6 PM This Old House

6:30 Wild America

7 PM Naturescene

7:30 Travels In Europe

8 PM Travels (Robert Hughes in Barcelona)

9 PM Machine That Changed The World

(Part 3 on computers)

11 PM Malone (talk show, don't know who

it is)

11:30 Sneak Previews

12 M Fear In America: A Reverse Angle

sign off 1 AM

WNGM (WUVG) Ch. 34 (Ind.)

7:30 Georgia Farm Monitor

8 AM It's Your Business

8:30 Informercial

9 AM North Georgia Music

12 N Infomercial

12:30 Scuba World

1 PM Infomercial

1:30 Sportshooting America

2 PM Infomercial
2:30 Horsemanship Training

3 PM Infomercials

4 PM Grand Strand Golf (from Myrtle

Beach)

4:30 Infomercial

5 PM WCW Wrestling

6 PM ICW Wrestling

7 PM Newsworthy

7:30 Church Service

8 PM North Georgia Gospel

11 PM Jimmy Young's Sportsworld

sign off 12 Midnight

WATL Ch. 36 (Fox)

6 AM Webster

6:30 Infomercial

7 AM Looney Tunes

8 AM Dog City

8:30 Bobby's World

9 AM Tom & Jerry Kids

9:30 Eek The Cat

10 AM Tiny Toon Adventures

10:30 Taz-Mania

11 AM X-Men
11:30 Super Dave (animated)

12 N Movie: "The Journey Of Natty

Gann"

2 PM Movie: "Explorers"

4 PM Movie: "Pretty Smart"

6 PM Movie: "Falling In Love"

8 PM Cops (2 episodes)

9 PM Code 3 (2 episodes, America's Most

Wanted was airing on Fridays at the time)

10 PM Time Trax

11 PM Comic Strip Live

12 M Hunter

1 AM Infomercials

2 AM Movie: "Widow"

4 AM McCloud

WGNX (WGCL) Ch. 46 (Ind.)

5 AM Partridge Family (2 episodes)

6 AM Infomercial

6:30 G.I. Joe

7 AM Infomercial

7:30 Feed The Children

8 AM Atlanta Forum

8:30 Not Just News


9 AM Wizard Of Oz (animated)

9:30 Gulliver's Travels (animated)

10 AM Around The World In Eighty Dreams

10:30 King Arthur & The Knights Of Justice

11 AM Soul Train

12 N American Gladiators

1 PM Renegade

2 PM Street Justice

3 PM Movie: "Gotcha!"

5 PM Movie: "Flashback"

7 PM Designing Women (2 episodes)

8 PM Renegade

9 PM Street Justice

10 PM News

11 PM Apollo Comedy Hour

12 M Uptown Comedy Club

1 AM Movie: "Apocalypse Now"

4 AM Movie: "The Return Of Frank Cannon"

(William Conrad returns as everyone's

favorite fat private eye)

WVEU (WPXA) Ch. 69 (Ind.)

7 AM Asi es la Vida

8 AM Adventures Afield
8:30 Chitrahar (magazine)

9 AM Mr. Bogus

9:30 Young Robin Hood

10 AM Pirates Of Dark Water

10:30 Scratch (magazine)

11 AM Videofashion!

11:30 Infomercial

12 N Basketball's Funniest Pranks

1 PM Infomercials

2 PM Planet Rocks

3 PM Pro Bowlers Tour: Bowling For

Miracles Open, from Markham,

Ontario (pre-empted on Ch. 2)

4:30 Golf: Heritage Classic (Third round,

pre-empted on Ch. 5)

6 PM Country Club Music Magazine

6:30 Entertainment Atlanta

7 PM American Adventurer

7:30 Only In Hollywood

8 PM Best Of Ed Sullivan (2 half-hours)

9 PM Hollywood Babylon

9:30 Extremists (adventurers)

10 PM Knights And Warriors

11 PM Studs (2 episodes)

12 M Wrestling (doesn't say which alliance)


1 AM GWF Wrestling (2 shows)

3 AM Night Flight

NBC Schedule Monday, April 26, 1982 (with YouTube Link)

All Times EST

7:00 Today

9:00 Local Programming

10:00 Diff'rent Strokes

10:30 Wheel of Fortune

11:00 Texas: The Next Generation

12:00 The Doctors

12:30 Search for Tomorrow

1:00 Days of Our Lives

2:00 Another World

3:00 CHiPs Patrol

4:00 Local Programming

Nightly News airs at 6:30 or 7:00

8:00 Monday Night at the Movies - "Side by Side: The True Story of the Osmond Family"

10:00 Debby Boone: One Step Closer

11:00 Local Programming

11:30 The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson

12:30 Late Night with David Letterman


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HPKAybpE4ds

Sources:

The Encyclopedia of Daytime Television by Wesley Hyatt

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

by Tim Brooks and Earle Marsh

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Didn't know WNBC ever showed reruns of Dark Shadows. Great find, thanx for posting.

Wow!! worth a visit (and a bookmark):::: AmericanRadioHistory.com

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Re: NBC Schedule Monday, April 26, 1982 (with YouTube Link)

Little House On The Prairie returned the following Monday

Retro:Cleveland-Akron, Saturday, August 29, 1987-Independents

Source:Sun Stations, Cleveland Metro Edition(listings run from 7 AM to 3 AM)

WOIO 19

7:00 America's Top Ten

7:30 LTV Steel

8:00 Rawhide

9:00 Bonanza

10:00 WWF Wrestling(2 hrs)

12:00 Beverly Hillbillies

12:30 Get Smart

1:00 Gomer Pyle, U.S.M.C.

1:30 My Favorite Martian

2:00 Mister Ed

2:30 Car 54, Where Are You?

3:00 Whiz Kids


4:00 Incredible Hulk

5:00 Battlestar Galactica

6:00 Dream Girl U.S.A.

7:00 GLOW Wrestling

8:00 Werewolf

8:30 Adventures Of Beans Baxter

9:30 Karen's Song

10:00 Perry Mason

11:00 Tales From The Darkside

11:30 Tales Of The Unexpected

12:00 Movie-The Godsend(1979)

2:00 Movie-That Man From Rio(1964)

WUAB 43

7:00 Business

7:30 About Town

8:00 Lorain Conversation

8:30 News

9:00 Fishing

9:30 Baseball

10:00 Fisherman

10:30 Charles In Charge

11:00 Three Stooges

12:00 Wrestling

1:00 Wonder Woman


2:00 Dukes Of Hazzard

3:00 Movie-Hunters Of The Reef(1978)

5:00 Buck Rogers In The 25th Century

6:00 Star Trek

7:00 Charles In Charge

7:30 Mama's Family

8:00 Movie-The Deadly Trackers(1973)

10:00 Trapper John, M.D.

11:00 Sanford And Son

11:30 Movie-Challenge Of The Master(1980)

1:30 Star Search

WBNX 55

7:00 Consumer Report

7:30 Lassie

8:00 Lady Lovelocks And The Pixie Tails

8:30 Popples

9:00 Get Along Gang

9:30 Animals

10:00 Daktari

11:00 It Takes A Thief

12:00 Between The Lines

12:30 Infomercial

1:00 Stage West

2:00 Zane Grey Theater


2:30 Wild Bill Hickok

3:00 Hopalong Cassidy

4:00 Annie Oakley

4:30 The Rebel

5:00 Range Rider

5:30 Death Valley Days

6:00 Alias Smith And Jones

7:00 Father Murphy

8:00 Movie-The Comedians(1967)

11:00 Ernest Angley

12:00 Infomercial

12:30 I.N.N. News

1:00 Consumer Discount Network

Raleigh/Durham Television Monday, October 27, 1980

Source: The News and Observer

WRAL Channel 5 ABC

6:30 Country Morning

7:00 Good Morning America

9:00 Hour Magazine

10:00 Time for Uncle Paul

10:30 The Edge of Night

11:00 The Love Boat


12:00 Action News 5

12:30 Ryan's Hope

1:00 All My Children

2:00 One Life to Live

3:00 General Hospital

4:00 Tom and Jerry and Friends

4:30 Happy Days Again

5:00 Good Times

5:30 The Andy Griffith Show

6:00 Action News 5 (with Charlie Gaddy and Bobbie Battista)

6:30 World News Tonight

7:00 Sanford and Son "Here Today, Gone Today"

7:30 PM Magazine (with Susan Dahlin and Tom McNamara)

8:00 That's Incredible!

9:00 Monday Night Football: Miami at NY Jets

11:45 Action News 5

12:15 Nightline

12:35 The Rat Patrol

WTVD Channel 11 CBS

6:30 Sunrise Semester

7:00 Morning

8:00 Captain Kangaroo

9:00 Donahue - guest: Ingrid Bergman


10:00 The Jeffersons

10:30 Alice

11:00 The Price is Right

12:00 Eyewitness News

12:30 Search for Tomorrow

1:00 The Young and the Restless

2:00 As the World Turns

3:00 Guiding Light

4:00 One Day at a Time

4:30 The John Davidson Show - co-hosted this week by Jimmie J.J. Walker; guests: Loni
Anderson, Robert Goulet, Tom Rettig (Lassie)

6:00 Eyewitness News

6:30 CBS Evening News with Walter Cronkite

7:00 Family Feud

7:30 M*A*S*H

8:00 Flo "The Enemy Below"

8:30 Ladies' Man "Pilot"

9:00 M*A*S*H "Morale Victory" (repeat)

9:30 WKRP in Cincinnati "Les on a Ledge" (repeat)

10:00 Lou Grant "Pack"

11:00 Eyewitness News

11:30 The Mary Tyler Moore Show "Murray Can't Lose"

12:00 The Rockford Files "Coutler City Wildcat"

WPTF Channel 28 NBC


5:30 The 700 Club

6:30 Hap Hansen Today

7:00 Today

9:00 Another World

10:00 Las Vegas Gambit

10:30 Blockbusters

11:00 Wheel Of Fortune

11:30 Password Plus

12:00 Card Sharks

12:30 The Doctors

1:00 Days Of Our Lives

2:00 New Zoo Revue

2:30 Barney's Army (featuring Popeye, Woody Woodpecker, and Scooby Doo)

4:00 Wonder Woman

5:00 Starsky & Hutch

6:00 News

6:30 NBC Nightly News with John Chancellor and Roger Mudd

7:00 Carol Burnett And Friends - guests: Jerry Stiller and Anne Meara

7:30 What's Happening!! "What's Wrong With Raj"

8:00 Little House on the Prairie "Portrait of Love"

9:00 Monday Night at the Movies - "Father Damien: The Leper Priest"

11:00 News

11:30 The Tonight Show - guest hosted by Martin Mull; guests: Bob Hope and the Smothers
Brothers

12:30 Tomorrow: Coast to Coast - guests: Norman Mailer, Mary Tyler Moore, Heart, Quentin
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Re: Raleigh/Durham Television Monday, October 27, 1980

What happened to WLFL/22 and WUNC/4, not to mention all the other stations the N&O listed?

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WLFL/22 didn't sign on until December of 1981. As for WUNC/4, I'm not really sure.

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WUNC may have been listed as part of

what was then North Carolina Public Television,

something like "E" in TV Guide. I'm sure it was

in the N&O, but it may take a second look to

find it.

Channels 17, 40, and 50 weren't yet on the

air, either.

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I'm not that big on public television, but for those who insist...
WUNC Channel 4 PBS

7:45 AM Weather

8:05 Lap Quilting with Georgia Bonesteel

8:50 Readalong

9:00 Sesame Street

10:00 Thinkabout

10:30 What on Earth?

11:00 3-2-1 Contact

11:30 The Word Shop

11:45 Cover to Cover

12:00 Matter and Motion

12:15 Holiday

12:30 The Electric Company

1:00 Readalong

1:10 Matter of Fiction

1:30 Trade-Offs

1:50 Readalong

2:00 What on Earth?

2:30 Contract!

2:50 About Safety

3:00 Hathayoga

3:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

4:00 Sesame Street

5:00 3-2-1 Contact


5:30 Over Easy

6:00 The Dick Cavett Show

6:30 Making it Count

7:00 The MacNeil-Lehrer Report

7:30 North Carolina People

8:00 Evening at Symphony

9:00 Great Performances "Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy (Part 5)"

10:00 The Advocates: Election '80 "The Best Man to Lead"

11:00 Sign-Off

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Re: Raleigh/Durham Television Monday, October 27, 1980

Small footnote: This was premiere day for "Las Vegas Gambit" and "Blockbusters".

Also, it looks like (unless there was another independent station whose listings were not shared),
that the daytime edition of "Family Feud" was gone from this area..

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Yep, daytime "Feud" was off WRAL. You had

to be in range of either WGHP/8 Greensboro/

Winston-Salem/High Point or WCTI/12 Greenville/

New Bern/ Washington to watch it.

It wouldn't be the last time ABC's noon show would

be pre-empted. After "Ryan's Hope" moved to noon,

WRAL carried it on delay at 11:30 AM, but when WTVD

became the ABC o&o they didn't carry it at all.

Western Il-Northeast MO Monday, April 16, 1984

From the Quincy Hearld-Whig:

3 KTVO Kirksville-Ottumwa (ABC)

6:00 Ag Day

6:30 ABC News

7:00 Good Morning America

9:00 Donahue

10:00 Benson

10:30 Loving

11:00 Woman to Woman

11:30 Ryan's Hope


12:00 All My Children

1:00 One Life to Live

2:00 General Hospital (I imagine these 3 hrs. have never changed in 24 years)

3:00 Edge of Night

3:30 Family Feud

4:00 Tom & Jerry

4:30 Chuck & Danny (A religious ventriloquist show, Mondays only. Half-hour Real People reruns
Tue-Fri)

5:00 People's Court

5:30 ABC News

6:00 Local News

6:30 All In the Family

7:00 Blue Thunder

8:00 Movie "It's My Turn"

10:00 Local News

10:30 Nightline

11:00 Thicke of the Night

7 KHQA Hannibal-Quincy (CBS)

5:00 CBS News

5:30 Ag Day

6:00 Studio 7

6:30 Jimmy Swaggart (A few years till the downfall)

7:00 CBS Morning News

9:00 New $25,000 Pyramid


9:30 Press You Luck (Big Money, No Whammies!!! ;D)

10:00 The Price Is Right

11:00 The Young & the Restless

12:00 Local News

12:30 As the World Turns

1:30 Capitol

2:00 Guiding Light

3:00 Tattletales (I thought this one ended before '84 ???)

3:30 BJ-Lobo

4:30 Happy Days

5:00 The Jeffersons

5:30 CBS News

6:00 Local News

6:30 M*A*S*H

7:00 It's Flashbeagle, Charlie Brown (Don't think they repeat that one anymore :)

7:30 Daffy Duck's Easter Special

8:00 Kate & Allie

8:30 Newhart

9:00 Cagney & Lacey

10:00 Local News

10:30 Hart To Hart

11:40 Columbo

1:00 CBS News Nightwatch (I guess KHQA was our first all-nighter)
10 WGEM Quincy (NBC)

6:30 NBC News at Sunrise

7:00 Today

9:00 Facts of Life

9:30 Sale of the Century

10:00 Wheel of Fortune

10:30 Dream House

11:00 Hot Potato (I have no recollection of these two ???)

11:30 Search for Tommorow

12:00 Days of Our Lives

1:00 Another World

2:00 Match Game-Hollywood Squares Hour (Lasted maybe a year)

3:00 Family Feud

3:30 All My Children (When did WGEM stop carrying this and the daytime F.F. ???

4:30 Hour Magazine

5:30 NBC News

6:00 Local News

6:30 Family Feud (Cain't get enougha that Feud ;D)

7:00 Jesus of Nazereth (Part 2 of 3)

10:00 Local News

10:30 Tonight

11:30 Letterman

12:30 Local News


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Originally posted by dxnemo78:

2:00 Match Game-Hollywood Squares Hour (Lasted maybe a year)

It ran exactly 9 months from October 31, 1983-July 27, 1984. NBC replaced

it on July 30, 1984 with Santa Barbara.

Classic Television must always be preserved!

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Thanks for the info. I saw it a few times. It was on during & just after my Senior year of HS ;D.
Any info about "Dream House" and "Hot Potato"?

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I believe that both Dream House and Hot Potato lasted through the summer of 1984, IIRC. I
remember that Bill Cullen started hosting The Joker's Wild that fall after the cancellation of Hot
Potato.

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3:00 Family Feud

3:30 All My Children (When did WGEM stop carrying this and the daytime F.F.

WGEM dropped "All My Children" for awhile after KTVO started using its 2000-ft. stick near
Colony, MO. ABC dropped WGEM as a secondary affiliate because KTVO was able to adequately
cover the Quincy area with its new mega signal. KTVO's new tower collapsed in the early
summer of 1988, and the station went back to broadcasting from its old 1000-ft. tower at
Lancaster, MO, which the station continues to utilize to this day. WGEM resumed airing AMC a
short time later, and that continued till the mid-'90s or so. I'm not sure when WGEM dropped
ABC's daytime version of "Family Feud"...I can't remember if they carried it till ABC canceled it,
or if they dropped it beforehand.

6:30 Jimmy Swaggart (A few years till the downfall)

And KHQA continued to air Swaggart here and on Sunday morning long after "the downfall."

3:00 Tattletales (I thought this one ended before '84

"Tattletales" had two runs on CBS...February 1974-March 1978, and January 1982-June 1984.
The show was replaced by "Body Language," hosted by Tom Kennedy, on June 4, 1984.

10:30 Hart To Hart

11:40 Columbo

KHQA would continue to air "The CBS Late Movie"/"CBS Late Night" in pattern (most of the time)
until the fall of 1986. In the fall of 1985, the station experimented with a syndicated movie
package from Universal ("Universal Pictures Debut Network") on Friday nights at 10:30. KHQA
continued to air "CBS Late Night" in pattern, otherwise, until the fall of 1986, at which time the
station aired "The Jeffersons" at 10:30, followed by "CBS Late Night" at 11:00 The syndicated
movies continued on Friday nights for a brief time at 11:00, pre-empting CBS programming. "The
Jeffersons" would be replaced by "Cheers" in the fall of '88, the short-lived Bill Cosby vehicle,
"You Bet Your Life," in 1992, and "Cheers" would return shortly thereafter. KHQA returned to
clearing CBS at 10:35 when Letterman moved to the network in 1993. KHQA initially delayed
"The Late Late Show with Tom Snyder" to 1:05 AM, later moving it up to 12:05. KHQA would not
clear the entire CBS late-night line-up in pattern until Craig Kilborn took over "The Late Late
Show" from Tom Snyder in 1999.

1:00 CBS News Nightwatch (I guess KHQA was our first all-nighter)

KHQA was, indeed, the first all-nighter in the tri-states, at least on weeknights. "CBS News
Nightwatch" debuted in October of 1982, and KHQA carried all four hours from the beginning.
However, KHQA dropped the show and resumed signing off at night in the fall of 1986 when the
station decided to delay "CBS Late Night" to 11:00 to make room for "The Jeffersons" at 10:30.
KHQA resumed 24-hour broadcasting at some point in the mid-'90s. Ironically, WGEM declined
to carry the short-lived "NBC News Overnight" in 1982, which only aired for an hour beginning at
12:30. WGEM substituted a short, local, audio-only newscast over a station slide before signing
off. However, WGEM carried "NBC Nightside" from its debut in 1991 or so; WGEM has been a 24-
hour station ever since.

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Quote Originally Posted by Braves2005

I believe that both Dream House and Hot Potato lasted through the summer of 1984, IIRC. I
remember that Bill Cullen started hosting The Joker's Wild that fall after the cancellation of Hot
Potato.

I believe The Jokers Wild was the last game show Cullen did before his death a few years later
( 1990 ).
Hot Potato had a very bizzare run in the Hampton Roads ( Norfolk-Portsmouth-Virginia Beach )
market when it was on the air. The local NBC affiliate WAVY-TV 10 aired Hot Potato at Noon and
only on Fridays. Monday thru Thursday WAVY aired their noon news at the time. Hot Potato was
nowhere to be seen at all on WAVY's Monday thru Thursday schedule.

Why WAVY did this and better yet, why did NBC allow it remains a TV mystery.

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Thanks to all who contributed information. And SteveRichards, either you have an
EXTRAORDINARY memory, or you must have worked in broadcasting in this area. As I read, I
could feel the rusty cogs of my memory slowwwly turning, saying "Yeah, I remember
that.....well.....sorta ;D

Did Bert Convy also host the second version of "Tattletales"? I have no recollection of it, but by
the early 80's, with school, work, & partying I didn't see near as much TV of any kind as in the
70's. Also we got cable in late '82, and I steadily lost track of the locals from that point on.

I remeber those late-night sign off newscasts with the station ID slide. KHQA and WGEM both
did 'em, not sure about KTVO, I know they had an NMSU mens chorus doing the National
Anthem, then the quick shot of the guy throwing the "main disconnect" switch to turn the
station off for the night. Remember THAT?? ;D

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I grew up in northeast Missouri, had a subscription to TV Guide, and probably watched way too
much TV!

Bert Convy hosted "Tattletales" in both CBS incarnations.

I don't recall KTVO doing any news before signing off back in those days, but they may have. I
have a vague memory of KHQA running "Studio 7" after "The CBS Late Movie" back in the late
'70s and very early '80s, and I think they followed that with local news. "Studio 7" was also aired
for a few years at 7:15AM (I think) following Chuck Kuppler's morning farm report, which was at
7AM. The hour-long CBS morning show (in whatever form) was carried live from the east coast
feed at 6AM. I don't think KHQA ever cleared "Sunrise Semester" from CBS.

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I also vagueley remember "Studio 7" being shown after "CBS Late Movie". KHQA aired "Sunrise
Semester" until about the early 70's. It's in the next thread I'll post...

Retro:Cleveland-Akron, Wednesday, September 2, 1987-Independents

Source:Sun Stations, Cleveland Metro Edition(listings run from 7 AM to 3 AM)

WOIO 19

7:00 He-Man & The Masters Of The Universe

7:30 Defenders Of The Earth

8:00 Heathcliff

8:30 Silverhawks

9:00 Bonanza

10:00 700 Club

11:00 Richard Roberts

12:00 Wild Wild West

1:00 I Love Lucy

1:30 Mary Tyler Moore

2:00 My Favorite Martian

2:30 M.A.S.K.

3:00 Ghostbusters

3:30 Dennis The Menace

4:00 Thundercats

4:30 She-Ra:Princess Of Power

5:00 Gilligan's Island

5:30 Monkees
6:00 Happy Days

6:30 Too Close For Comfort

7:00 One Day At A Time

7:30 What A Country!

8:00 Movie-Goin' South(1978)

10:00 Cannon

11:00 The Late Show

12:00 Alfred Hitchcock

12:30 Twilight Zone

1:00 Mannix

WUAB 43

7:00 Tom & Jerry

7:30 Bugs Bunny

8:00 Flintstones

8:30 My Little Pony 'N' Friends

9:00 Barnaby

9:30 Romper Room

10:00 Shopping(no details)

10;30 Leave It To Beaver

11:00 Alice

11:30 Andy Griffith

12:00 Hogan's Heroes

12:30 Movie-Countdown(1968)

3:00 Smurfs' Adventures


3:30 Scooby Doo

4:00 Transformers

4:30 G.I. Joe

5:00 Brady Bunch

5:30 Diff'rent Strokes

6:00 Gimme A Break!

6:30 Sanford And Son

7:00 M*A*S*H

7:30 Baseball-Cleveland Indians At Detroit Tigers

10:30 Carson's Comedy Classics

11:00 Sanford And Son

11:30 Benny Hill

12:00 The Fugitive

1:00 Movie-Our Winning Season(1978)

WBNX 55

7:00 Consumer Report

7:30 Zoobilee Zoo

8:00 Inspector Gadget

8:30 Superfriends

9:00 Ninety And Nine Club

10:00 20 Minute Workout

10:30 Hangin' In

11:00 Family Affair

11:30 Make Room For Daddy


12:00 Father Knows Best

12:30 My Three Sons

1:00 That Girl

1:30 Mothers-In-Law

2:00 Green Acres

2:30 Petticoat Junction

3:00 Centurions

3:30 Rambo

4:00 Jetsons

4:30 Addams Family

5:00 McHale's Navy

5:30 Hangin' In

6:00 Crosswits

6:30 Tic Tac Dough

7:00 High Chaparral

8:00 Here Come The Brides

9:00 Ninety And Nine Club

10:00 I.N.N. News

10:30 Real McCoys

11:00 Kings Of Kensington

11:30 Infomercial

12:00 Nite Line(not related to ABC's Nightline)

1:00 Consumer Discount Network

I had forgotten how good the programmiing was on the independents at that late date-especially
on WBNX-55 Pre-WB/CW.."Nite Line" was an evening talk/phone-in show based out of WGGS-TV
16 Greenville, South Carolina..The station still airs the show today

Retro: Atlanta Friday, August 22, 1980

We're in phase one of the big switch: WSB/2 and

WXIA/11 have swapped some daytime shows.

From TV Guide, North Georgia Edition:

WSB Ch. 2 (NBC, unless otherwise indicated)

5:50 Today In Forestry

6 AM Herald Of Truth

6:30 Arthur Smith

7 AM Today

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

7:30 3's A Crowd

8 PM Here's Boomer

8:30 Facts Of Life

9 PM Speak Up America

10 PM Boxing: WBC super-bantamweight

championship: Wilfredo Gomez (champ)

vs. Derrik Holmes, 15 rounds from Las Vegas

11 PM News (time approximate)

11:30 Tonight Show

1 AM Midnight Special (The Commodores, hosts)

2:30 News

WAGA Ch. 5 (CBS)

6:30 Summer Semester

7 AM Morning With Bob Schieffer

8 AM Captain Kangaroo (guest is Soupy Sales)

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

8 PM Incredible Hulk

9 PM Dukes Of Hazzard (2 episodes)

11 PM News

11:30 Maude

12 M Movie: "I Love My Wife"

2 AM Movie: "Wipeout!"

4 AM News

WGTV Ch. 8 (PBS)

4 PM Sesame Street

5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

5:30 Villa Alegre

6 PM Rebop

6:30 Images Of Indians

7 PM Yoga For Health

7:30 Life Around Us


8 PM Washington Week In Review

8:30 Wall Street Week

9 PM Atlanta Week In Review

9:30 Human Face Of China

10 PM Austin City Limits

11 PM Movie: "The Sign Of The Ram"

sign off 12:30 AM

WXIA Ch. 11 (ABC, unless otherwise indicated)

5:15 PTL Club

6:15 Country Music Time

6:45 News

7 AM Good Morning America

9 AM Medical Center

10 AM David Letterman (NBC)

11 AM Joker's Wild

11:30 The Doctors (NBC, one-day delay

from 12:30)

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

6 PM News

7 PM ABC News

7:30 Tic Tac Dough

8 PM Movie: "The Nun's Story"

11 PM News

11:30 Dave Allen At Large

12 M America's Top 10

12:30 Fridays

1:40 Outer Limits

WTBS (WPCH) Ch. 17 (Ind.)

6:10 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: "The Dion Brothers"

12 N Freeman Reports

1 PM Movie: "Flat Top"

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 NASL Soccer: Atlanta Chiefs

at Rochester (NY) Lancers

10 PM News (time approximate)

11 PM Last Of The Wild

11:30 Movie: "Castle Of The Living

Dead"

1:30 Movie: "The Bonnie Parker Story"

(a poor man's "Bonnie And Clyde")

3:20 Movie: "Amazing Dr. G"

5:10 Rat Patrol

WETV (WPBA) Ch. 30 (PBS)

8:15 A.M. Weather

8:30 Rebop

9 AM Sesame Street

10 AM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood


10:30 Electric Company

11 AM Studio See

11:30 Zoom

12 N off the air

4 PM Sesame Street

5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

5:30 Electric Company

6 PM That's It In Sports

6:30 Over Easy

7 PM Dick Cavett

7:30 MacNeil/Lehrer Report

8 PM Washington Week In Review

8:30 Wall Street Week

9 PM Great Performances: Mikhail

Baryshnikov and the New York

City Ballet in "The Prodigal Son"

10 PM Masterpiece Theatre: "Lillie"

(Part 8)

11 PM Dick Cavett

11:30 Captioned ABC News

sign off 12 Midnight

WATL Ch. 36 (Ind.)

7 AM PTL Club
9 AM Prophecy In The News

9:30 Make Peace With Nature

10 AM Body Buddies

10:30 Religion

11 AM PTL Club

1 PM Voice Of God

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 Jetsons

4:30 Beatles And Cool McCool

5 PM Robin Hood

5:30 Afternoon Playhouse: "Joey

And Redhawk" (conclusion,

pre-empted on Ch. 5 at 4 PM)

6 PM Entertainment Page

6:30 Peter Gunn

7 PM Wanted: Dead Or Alive

7:30 Sports Roundtable

8 PM Benson (pre-empted on Ch. 11)

8:30 Goodtime Girls (pre-empted on Ch. 11)

9 PM ABC Movie: "Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders"


(pre-empted on Ch. 11)

11 PM Sports Roundtable

11:30 The New Avengers (pre-empted on Ch. 5)

12:40 CBS Movie: "The Strange Possession Of

Mrs. Oliver" (pre-empted on Ch. 5)

sign off 2:15 AM

WANX (WGCL) Ch. 46 (Ind.)

6 AM News

6:30 Ross Bagley

7 AM Porky & Popeye

8 AM Mighty Mouse

8:30 Mr. Ed

9 AM Big Valley

10 AM 700 Club

11:30 The Lesson

12 N McHale's Navy

12:30 Dick Van dyke

1 PM Make Room For Daddy

1:30 Petticoat Junction

2 PM Lone Ranger (Clayton Moore

or John Hart)

2:30 Popeye & Friends

3:30 Krofft Superstars


4 PM Tom & Jerry

5 PM Batman (Adam West)

5:30 Car 54, Where Are You?

6 PM Emergency!

7 PM Streets Of San Francisco

8 PM Chute Out (Lloyd Bridges narrates a

history of parachuting. Funny, I

thought you usually found him underwater.)

8:30 Best Of Jackie Gleason

9 PM 700 Club

10 PM Independent Network News

10:30 700 Club continues

11 PM Bill Basansky (religion)

11:30 Mayberry R.F.D.

12 M News

Retro:Boston, Wednesday, April 7, 1987-Independents

Source:The Sunday Boston Herald

WXNE 25

5:30 Jimmy Swaggart

6:00 Pink Panther

6:30 Casper

7:00 Bugs And Porky

7:30 Centurions
8:00 Defenders Of The Earth

8:30 Little Rascals

9:00 Family Affair

9:30 Catholic Mass

10:00 700 Club

11:00 Value Television(Fox's home shopping show)

12:00 Eight Is Enough

1:00 I Love Lucy

1:30 Alvin And The Chipmunks

2:00 Popeye

2:30 Porky Pig

3:00 Bugs Bunny

3:30 Jetsons

4:00 CHiPs

5:00 Gilligan's Island

5:30 Diff'rent Strokes

6:00 Silver Spoons(two episodes)

7:00 Gimme A Break!

7:30 A Current Affair

8:00 Movie:Tomorrow's Child(1982)

10:00 Matt Houston

11:00 Late Show With Joan Rivers

12:00 Benny Hill

12:30 Get Smart


WSBK 38

6:00 20 Minute Workout

6:30 Voltron

7:00 He-Man And The Masters Of The Universe

7:30 She-ra:Princess Of Power

8:00 Challenge Of The Gobots

8:30 Scooby Doo

9:00 Jayce And The Wheeled Warriors

9:30 Journal

10:00 Maverick

11:00 Harry O

12:00 $1,000,000 Chance Of A Lifetime

12:30 Dick Van Dyke

1:00 Andy Griffith

1:30 Beverly Hillbillies

2:00 Superfriends

2:30 Adventures Of The Galaxy Rangers

3:00 She-Ra:Princess Of Power

3:30 He-Man And The Masters Of The Universe

4:00 Rambo

4:30 Ghostbusters

5:00 Lou Grant

6:00 Quincy

7:00 M*A*S*H

7:30 Barney Miller


8:00 Movie-Kiss Of Death(1947)

10:00 Honeymooners(two episodes)

11:00 M*A*S*H

11:30 Hogan's Heroes

12:00 Alfred Hitchcock(two episodes)

1:00 Maude

WLVI 56

6:30 Zoobilee Zoo

7:00 Dennis The Menace

7:30 Heathcliff

8:00 My Little Pony And Friends

8:30 Bugs And Woody

9:00 Tom And Jerry

9:30 Mighty Mouse

10:00 Inspector Gadget

10:30 Zoobilee Zoo

11:00 CNN Headline News

12:00 True Confessions

12:30 That Girl

1:00 Bewitched

1:30 I Dream Of Jeannie

2:00 Flintstones

2:30 Bugs And Woody

3:00 Smurfs' Adventures


3:30 Thundercats

4:00 Transformers

4:30 G.I. Joe

5:00 Brady Bunch(two episodes)

6:00 Three's Company

6:30 Benson

7:00 Facts Of Life

7:30 NBA Basketball-Boston Celtics At Cleveland Cavaliers

10:00 News

11:00 Tales Of The Unexpected

11:30 Nightlife

12:00 News

12:30 America's Shopping Place

WQTV 68

8:30 New Zoo Revue

9:00 Sale Of The Century

9:30 Blockbusters

10:00 Webster

10:30 Card Sharks

11:00 Fame Fortune & Romance

11:30 Strike It Rich

12:00 Super Password

12:30 Wordplay

1:00 Another World


2:00 Top 40 Videos

2:30 Movie-Fire Over England(1937)

4:00 Movie-The Stars Look Down(1939)

6:00 Star Trek

7:00 Best Of Groucho

7:30 Carol Burnett And Friends

8:00 Streets Of San Francisco

9:00 Movie-Destiny Of A Woman(1971)

It looks like the Herald was not updating their TV page all that much, back then. WXNE switched
to WFXT on January 19, 1987, upon consummation of the sale from CBN to FOX Television
Stations. "The Late Show with Joan Rivers" (already seen for months on all other FOX stations
and affiliates) did not air on Channel 25 until the day the station was sold. CBN refused to air it,
right to the end. It was just as well. The show s**ked.

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Re: Retro:Boston, Wednesday, April 7, 1987-Independents

Looks like I'm the one who actually made the mistake. It was refered

to correctly as WFXT, I just mistakenly put WXNE where WFXT should


be.

Classic Television must always be preserved!

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Re: Retro:Boston, Wednesday, April 7, 1987-Independents

Channel 68 was carrying a ton of daytime stuff bumped from the three network stations, four
and a half hours worth.

Retro: Atlanta Monday, January 31, 1983

By request, from TV Guide, Atlanta Edition:

WSB Ch. 2 (ABC)

5 AM CNN Headline News/Local News

6 AM ABC/Local News (Steve Bell and Kathleen

Sullivan anchored the network portion;

don't know who did the local.)

7 AM Good Morning America

9 AM Family Feud

9:30 Edge Of Night

10 AM People's Court

10:30 Match Game

11 AM Love Boat

12 N News
12:30 Ryan's Hope

1 PM All My Children

2 PM One Life To Live

3 PM General Hospital

4 PM Eight Is Enough

5 PM People's Court

5:30 M*A*S*H

6 PM News

7 PM ABC News

7:30 Entertainment Tonight

8 PM That's Incredible!

9 PM ABC Movie: "Confessions Of

A Married Man"

11 PM News

11:30 M*A*S*H

12 M Nightline

12:30 The Last Word (Gregory Jackson)

1:30 Entertainment Tonight

2 AM CNN Headline News/Local News

WAGA Ch. 5 (CBS)

5 AM CBS News Nightwatch continues

6 AM Jimmy Swaggart

6:30 CBS News (Bill Kurtis/Diane Sawyer)


7 AM CBS News (Bill Kurtis/Diane Sawyer)

9 AM Donahue

10 AM Good Times

10:30 Richard Simmons

11 AM Price Is Right

12 N News

12:30 Young And The Restless

1:30 As The World Turns

2:30 Capitol

3 PM Guiding Light

4 PM Charlie's Angels

5 PM One Day At A Time

5:30 The Jeffersons

6 PM News

7 PM CBS News

7:30 PM Magazine

8 PM Square Pegs

8:30 Filthy Rich

9 PM M*A*S*H

9:30 Newhart

10 PM Cagney & Lacey

11 PM News

11:30 Barney Miller

12 M Maude

12:30 Ironside
1:30 News

2 AM CBS News Nightwatch

WGTV Ch. 8 (PBS)

7:45 A.M. Weather

8 AM In-school programs

4 PM Sesame Street

5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

5:30 Villa Alegre

6 PM 3-2-1 Contact

6:30 Over Easy

7 PM Nightly Business Report

7:30 MacNeil/Lehrer Report

8 PM Lawmakers 1983

9 PM Shakespeare Plays: "The Merry

Wives Of Windsor"

sign off 12 Midnight

WXIA Ch. 11 (NBC)

5 AM Mothers-In-Law

5:30 Rhoda

6 AM Morning Stretch

6:30 Today With Hal (Suit) & Guy


(Sharpe)

7 AM Today

9 AM Hour Magazine

10 AM Facts Of Life

10:30 Laverne & Shirley & Company

11 AM Wheel Of Fortune

11:30 Hit Man

12 N News

12:30 Search For Tomorrow

1 PM Days Of Our Lives

2 PM Another World

3 PM Fantasy (not Fantasy Island, but

a reality show with Peter Marshall

and Leslie Uggams)

4 PM WKRP In Cincinnati

4:30 More Real People

5 PM Three's Company

5:30 News

6 PM News

7 PM NBC News (Tom Brokaw and Roger

Mudd co-anchor)

7:30 Lie Detector (F. Lee Bailey)

8 PM Shogun (Part 1 of a rerun of the 1980

miniseries)

11 PM News
11:30 Tonight Show

12:30 Late Night With David Letterman

1:30 NBC News Overnight (Linda Ellerbee/

Bill Schechner)

2:30 Movie: "Death Rage"

4 AM Gunsmoke

WTBS (WPCH) Ch. 17 (Ind.)

5:10 World At Large

5:30 It's Your Business

6 AM CNN News

7:05 Funtime

7:35 I Dream Of Jeannie

8:05 My Three Sons

8:35 That Girl

9:05 Movie: "The Farmer's Daughter"

(1947 predecessor to the 1963-66

ABC series)

11:05 Perry Mason

12:05 People Now (Bill Tush)

1:05 Movie: "Overboard"

3:05 Funtime

3:35 Flintstones

4:05 Munsters
4:35 Leave It To Beaver

5:05 Brady Bunch

5:35 Starcade (video game show)

6:05 Carol Burnett And Friends

6:35 Bob Newhart (Tom Poston appears

as Bob's college friend Cliff Murdock,

a/k/a "The Peeper")

7:05 Gomer Pyle, USMC

7:35 American Professionals (a woman who

teaches power skating to the New York

Rangers)

8:05 Movie: "Love Story"

10:10 News

11:10 All In The Family

11:40 Movie: "Mr. Skeffington"

2:20 Movie: "Lonelyhearts"

4:25 Movie: "Berlin Correspondent"

WETV (WPBA) Ch. 30 (PBS)

7 AM Contemporary Health Issues

7:30 To Life! Yoga With Priscilla Patrick

(we're not related, alas)

7:45 A.M. Weather

8 AM In-school programs
11:30 Sesame Street

12:30 In-school programs

1:45 Electric Company

2:15 In-school programs

4 PM Electric Company

4:30 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

5 PM Sesame Street

6 PM Art Of Being Human

6:30 American Government Survey

7 PM Dick Cavett

7:30 MacNeil/Lehrer Report

8 PM Life On Earth

9 PM Frontline

10 PM Austin City Limits

11 PM Dick Cavett

11:30 PBS Latenight (Dennis Wholey)

sign off 12:30 AM

WATL Ch. 36 (Ind.)

6:30 Jack LaLanne

7 AM Jim Bakker

8 AM Daystar

9 AM Tattletales (pre-empted on Ch. 5

at 4 PM)
9:30 New $25,000 Pyramid (pre-empted

on Ch. 5 at 10 AM)

10 AM Couples

10:30 Romance Theatre

11 AM Dr. Burt Bradley (sort of a poor man's

Dr. Phil)

12 N Prisoner: Cell Block H

12:30 Sale Of The Century (pre-empted on

Ch. 11 at 10:30 AM)

1 PM Just Men! (pre-empted on Ch. 11 at

noon)

1:30 Super Pay Cards

2 PM Merv Griffin

3 PM New Day Dawning

3:30 Sha Na Na

4 PM MV3 (music videos)

5 PM 36 Jukebox Video

6 PM Benny Hill

6:30 Madame's Place

7 PM Saturday Night (SNL reruns--Andy

Kaufman is on this one)

8 PM Kung Fu

9 PM College Basketball: Kentucky at

Tennessee

11 PM Benny Hill (time approximate)


11:30 Couples

12 M Jim Bakker

WANX (WGCL) Ch. 46 (Ind.)

6:30 Linus The Lionhearted

7 AM Tom And Jerry And Friends

8 AM Porky And Popeye

8:30 Great Space Coaster

9 AM Jetsons

9:30 Jimmy Swaggart

10 AM 700 Club

11:30 Independent Network News

12 N McHale's Navy

12:30 Dick Van dyke

1 PM Make Room For Daddy

1:30 Petticoat Junction

2 PM Mister Ed

2:30 Spider-Man/Spider-Woman

3 PM Cartoon Festival

3:30 Superfriends

4 PM Tom And Jerry/Woody Woodpecker

5 PM Scooby-Doo

5:30 Pink Panther

6 PM CHiPs Patrol
7 PM Mork & Mindy

7:30 Muppet Show

8 PM Movie: "The Purple Heart"

10 PM 700 Club

11 PM That Nashville Music

11:30 Classic Country

12 M In Search Of...

12:30 Independent Network News

sign off 1 AM

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Re: Retro: Atlanta Monday, January 31, 1983

That WTBS schedule brought back some memories ;D

Retro: Atlanta Saturday, January 29, 1983

From TV Guide, Atlanta Edition:

WSB Ch. 2 (ABC)


5 AM CNN Headline News/

Local News

6 AM Lone Ranger (live action)

6:30 Bugs Bunny (Ch. 2 had the post-'48

Warner Brothers cartoons not carried

on a network.)

7 AM Big Blue Marble

7:30 ABC Weekend Special

8 AM Superfriends

8:30 Pac-Man/Little Rascals (animated)/

Richie Rich

9:30 Pac-Man

10 AM Scooby & Scrappy-Doo/Puppy (Petey

the Puppy, first introduced on a 1978

Weekend Special, "The Puppy Who Wanted

A Boy.")

11 AM Bugs Bunny

11:30 Timeout (profile of Herschel Walker)

12 N News

12:30 American Bandstand

1:30 Tarzan (Ron Ely)

2:30 Movie: "The Boston Strangler"

5 PM Wide World Of Sports: WBA bantamweight

championship: Jeff Chandler (champ) vs.


Jose "Gaby" Canizales, from Atlantic City

6:30 News

7 PM Hee Haw

8 PM T.J. Hooker

9 PM Love Boat

10 PM Fantasy Island

11 PM News

11:30 Solid Gold

12:30 America's Top 10

1 AM Laugh Trax

2 AM CNN Headline News/Local News (to 6 AM)

WAGA Ch. 5 (CBS)

7 AM Morning At Emory

7:30 Kidsworld

8 AM Latin Atlanta

8:30 Pandamonium

9 AM Gilligan's Planet

9:30 Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Show

11:30 Meatballs & Spaghetti

12 N News

12:30 Good Times

1 PM College Basketball: DePaul at

UAB
3 PM Golf: Phoenix Open (Third round,

time approximate)

4 PM CBS Sports Saturday: WBA junior-

middleweight championship: Davey

Moore (champ) vs. Gary Guiden, from

Atlantic City (both this fight and the

one on ABC are live)

6 PM News

6:30 CBS News (Bob Schieffer)

7 PM Weekend Magazine (a profile of Mike

Wallace is one of the stories)

8 PM Bring 'Em Back Alive

9 PM CBS Movie: "Phantom Of The Opera"

(new made-for-TV version with Jane

Seymour and Maximilian Schell)

11 PM News

11:30 Movie: "Masters Of Kung Fu"

1:30 News

WGTV Ch. 8 (PBS)

1:30 Victory Garden

2 PM This Old House

2:30 Magic Of Creative Oil Painting

3 PM Quilting
3:30 TBA

5 PM Supersoccer

6 PM Six-Gun Heroes: "Springtime In

The Rockies," with Gene Autry

7 PM Austin City Limits

8 PM Movie: "The Boy Friend"

9:30 Father, Dear Father

10 PM Mystery!: "Sergeant Cribb"

11 PM Matinee At The Bijou: "Africa Screams,"

with Abbott and Costello; the conclusion

of the 1944 serial "Zorro's Black Whip"

sign off 12:30 AM

WXIA Ch. 11 (NBC)

5 AM Gunsmoke

6 AM College Today

6:30 Adventures In Living

7 AM Laverne & Shirley & Company

7:30 George Of The Jungle

8 AM Flintstone Funnies

8:30 Shirt Tales

9 AM Smurfs (the biggest Saturday-morning

hit of the decade)

10:30 Gary Coleman (animated)


11 AM Incredible Hulk And Amazing Spider-

Man (animated)

12 N Star Trek (the original)

1 PM College Basketball: Vanderbilt at

Tennessee

3 PM College Basketball: Louisville at

Virginia (time approximate)

5 PM Millrose Games (time approximate)

6 PM News

6:30 NBC News (Jessica Savitch)

7 PM At The Movies

7:30 Jack Anderson Confidential

8 PM Bob Hope's All-Star Super Bowl

Party

9 PM Mama's Family

9:30 Taxi

10 PM The Family Tree

11 PM News

11:30 Saturday Night Live (Rick Moranis

and Dave Thomas of SCTV are hosts)

1 AM Star Trek

2 AM Movie: "Charro!" (with Elvis Presley)

3:30 Outer Limits

4:30 Gunsmoke
WTBS (WPCH) Ch. 17 (Ind.)

5 AM Mission: Impossible

6 AM CNN News

7:05 Between The Lines

7:35 Vegetable Soup

8:05 Romper Room And Friends

8:35 That Girl

9:05 Fall Of Eagles

10:05 Movie: "The Horseman"

12:35 Movie: "The Night Of The Generals"

3:35 Movie: "The Phantom Of The Opera"

(perhaps trying to steal CBS's thunder,

Ted Turner has the famous 1943 version

with Claude Rains)

5:35 Motorweek Illustrated

6:05 Wrestling

8:05 Movie: "They Came To Cordura"

10:35 News

11:35 Tush! (as in Bill Tush)

12:35 Movie: "Pride Of The Marines"

3:10 Movie: "The Brain"

WETV (WPBA) Ch. 30 (PBS)


3:30 Powerhouse

4 PM Latin Atlanta

4:30 Computer Programme

5 PM Victory Garden

5:30 Take 30

6 PM This Old House

6:30 Inside Business Today

7 PM Sneak Previews

7:30 Agronsky & Company

8 PM National Geographic: "Rain Forest"

9 PM Great Performances: "Das Rheingold"

11:30 David Susskind

sign off 12:30 AM

WATL Ch. 36 (Ind.)

8 AM Ernest Angley

9 AM Jim Bakker

10 AM Prophecy In The News

10:30 Financial Inquiry

11 AM Economic Review

11:30 Today's Black Woman

12 N 36 Jukebox Video

12:30 Al McGuire On Sports

1 PM College Basketball: Georgia


Tech at North Carolina

3 PM Soul Train (time approximate)

4 PM 36 Jukebox Video

5 PM Madame's Place (Wayland Flowers'

raunchy puppet)

6 PM Kung Fu

7 PM Movie: "Superdragon"

9 PM College Basketball: Kentucky at

Georgia

11 PM Movie: "The Last Shot You Hear"

(time approximate)

12:45 College Basketball: Old Dominion

at South Florida (taped)

sign off following the game

WANX (WGCL) Ch. 46 (Ind.)

6:30 Atlanta Forum

7 AM The Lesson

7:30 Christ The Answer: Assembly Of

God Tabernacle

8 AM Children's Classics

9 AM Wrestling (I'm thinking this was out

of Dallas, but am not sure)

10 AM Movie: "Abbott And Costello Meet


The Keystone Kops"

11:30 Movie: "The Last Gangster" (Edward

G. Robinson)

1 PM Movie: "Return To Boggy Creek"

3 PM Bonanza

4 PM Big Valley

5 PM Daniel Boone

6 PM Hardy Boys/Nancy Drew Mysteries

7 PM Battlestar Galactica

8 PM Movie: "Night People"

10 PM Russia: Land Without God

11 PM Jesus Alive

11:30 Memories With Lawrence Welk

12:30 Independent Network News

sign off 1 AM

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Re: Retro: Atlanta Saturday, January 29, 1983

Could you also post Monday January 31?

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Re: Retro: Atlanta Saturday, January 29, 1983

My 17th B-Day ;D

The boxing on ABC & CBS now long gone, what a pity

6:30 NBC News (Jessica Savitch)

The following October came her on-air meltdown and tragic death in a car wreck.

8 PM Bob Hope's All-Star Super Bowl Party

Corny as he was, I kinda miss ol' Mr. Hope

We first got cable in November '82, and I'm almost certain WTBS was part of the package from
the beginning. The wrestling (with Gordon Solie, I presume) was the best on tv at that time,
IMO...

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I agree about Bob Hope. Although I didn't think

his shows from the '70s onward were as funny as

the ones from the '60s (or even his radio shows, and

that, IMO, was his true medium), it doesn't seem like

television without him.

Gordon Solie was doing Georgia Championship Wrestling

on WTBS in 1983, and I still think he was the best. I

still think Vince McMahon can't hold a candle to WCW

at its best.

ABC Schedule Thursday, December 15, 1983 (with YouTube link)

All Times EST

6:30 World News This Morning

7:00 Good Morning America

9:00 Local Programming

11:00 Benson

11:30 Loving

12:00 Family Feud

12:30 Ryan's Hope


1:00 All My Children

2:00 One Life to Live

3:00 General Hospital

4:00 The Edge of Night

4:30 Local Programming

World News Tonight airs at 6:30 or 7:00

8:00 Automan "Pilot"

9:30 Masquerade "Pilot"

11:00 Local Programming

11:30 Nightline

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

Sources:

The Encyclopedia of Daytime Television by Wesley Hyatt

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

by Tim Brooks and Earle Marsh

TV.com http://www.tv.com

CBS Schedule Tuesday November 13, 1984

All Times EST


6:30 Early Morning News

7:00 Morning News

9:00 Local Programming

10:00 The $25,000 Pyramid - guests: Betty White and Dick Cavett

10:30 Press Your Luck

11:00 The Price is Right

12:00 Local Programming

12:30 The Young and the Restless

1:30 As the World Turns

2:30 Capitol

3:00 Guiding Light

4:00 Body Language

4:30 Local Programming

CBS Evening News airs at 6:30 or 7:00

8:00 Donald Duck's 50th Birthday

9:00 Ellis Island "Part II"

11:00 Local Programming

11:30 The Fall Guy

12:30 Columbo

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p50m3xMPFW0

Sources:
The Encyclopedia of Daytime Television by Wesley Hyatt

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

by Tim Brooks and Earle Marsh

The Pyramid Celebrity Archives http://www.fortunecity.com/lavendar/...8/25kceleb.htm

TV.com http://www.tv.com

Retro: Western Il-Northeast MO Mon-Fri April 3-7, 1972

This is about as far back as I can remember what was on when with any clarity.

From The Quincy Herald-Whig:

3 KTVO Kirksville-Ottumwa (ABC)

7:00 Bill Anderson (Mon)

America Sings (Tue)

Blackwood Family (Wed)

Homestead USA (Thu)

Lester Family (Fri)

7:30 Sesame Street

8:30 Underdog

9:00 Reluctant Dragon & Mr. Toad (Mon)

Here Come the Double Deckers (Tue)

Bullwinkle (Wed)

Make a Wish (Thu)


Samson (Fri)

9:30 Jack LaLanne

10:00 Mantrap (Landmarks in Iowa History Thu)

10:30 Bewitched

11:00 Password

11:30 Search for Tommorow

12:00 Noon Report

12:15 Town & Country

12:30 As the World Turns

1:00 Newlywed Game

1:30 Dating Game

2:00 General Hospital

2:30 One Life to Live

3:00 Love American Style

3:30 All My Children

4:00 Split Second

4:30 Let's Make a Deal

5:00 Local News

5:30 ABC News

7 KHQA Hannibal-Quincy (CBS)

6:20 Sunrise Semester

6:50 Kupp's Farm Comments

7:00 CBS News


8:00 Captain Kangaroo

9:00 The Lucy Show

9:30 My Three Sons

10:00 Family Affair

10:30 Love of Life

11:00 Where the Heart Is

11:25 CBS News

11:30 Search for Tommorow

12:00 Noon Report

12:15 Hal Barton

12:30 As the World Turns

1:00 Love Is a Many Splendored Thing

1:30 Guiding Light

2:00 Secret Storm

2:30 Edge of Night

3:00 Gomer Pyle

3:30 Tri-State Time

3:55 Mike Douglas

5:25 Weather

5:30 CBS News

10 WGEM Quincy (NBC)

6:30 Jack LaLanne

7:00 Today
9:00 Jack LaLanne (For those who refuse to drag out before 6:30 ;D)

9:30 Concentration

10:00 Sale of the Century

10:30 Hollywood Squares

11:00 Jeopardy

11:30 Who What Where Game

11:55 NBC News

12:00 Fashions in Sewing

12:10 Paul Harvey

12:15 The Galloping Gourmet

12:45 Noon Show

1:00 Days of Our Lives

1:30 The Doctors

2:00 Another World

2:30 Return to Peyton Place

3:00 Somerset

3:30 Dinah's Place

4:00 Three on a Match

4:30 Jeff's Collie

5:00 Cartoon Carnival

5:25 Stock Markets

5:30 NBC News

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Thanks for posting! Good stuff!

I wonder if "Sunrise Semester" (at 6:20) was on a one-day delay or if KHQA was able to tape it
from the East Coast feed at 5:30 AM?

I knew that KTVO hung on to "As the World Turns" for a few years after going primary ABC; didn't
know they also hung on to "Search for Tomorrow."

What did "Tri-State Time" on KHQA at 3:30 consist of? Was that maybe a pre-cursor to "Studio
7"?

I didn't know that KHQA ever carried "The Mike Douglas Show"...interesting. Wonder why they
dropped it?

I think it's interesting that WGEM ran "The Jack LaLanne Show" twice, delaying "Dinah's Place" to
3:30. I remember WGEM running Dinah's syndicated show in the mid to late '70s. I see WGEM
also took a whole hour of local time at noon, pushing "Three on a Match" back to 4PM.
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This schedule pretty much consists of my very earliest, most vague tv memories. Glad someone
besides me finds this stuff interesting!

I have no real recollection of "Sunrise Semester", apparently KHQA dropped it well before many
other CBS affiliates did.

I can only speculate that "Tri-State Time" was the forerunner of "Studio 7". I remember "The
Mike Douglas Show" being on, but no details whatsoever. I also vaguely remember Merv Griffin
being on in the 10:30-11:30 PM slot. To my knowledge, neither of the two were shown in this
market after the early '70s.

Was "Dinah's Place" an NBC product? I think WGEM had a thing for her, as they kept her syndie
show (60 or 90 min?) on for a lonnnng time. I remember when they finally cancelled Jack
LaLanne (along with "New Zoo Revue") to put on "Country Day" or something like that. WGEM's
great staff announcer Fred Colgan (who recently passed away) did a spot thanking viewers of the
two programs for their loyalty.

I wish there were websites dedicated to the old days of these stations, as there are for some
bigger market stations. I've pretty much scoured the web, and found very little...

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The late-night "Merv Griffin Show" was from CBS...not sure if it went to 11:30 or midnight.
Johnny Carson was beating Merv pretty bad, so CBS replaced the show with "The CBS Late
Movie," I believe on Valentine's Day of 1972. Merv returned to syndication after that.

"Dinah's Place" was on NBC from 1970-74. I assume her syndicated show started shortly or right
after that.

I remember WGEM running "Country Day" weekdays at 6:25AM, followed by a local news
update right before "Today" at 6:55 (did they do a double-run at 9AM, too?). I think they
continued airing the show until NBC introduced "Early Today" in 1982 or so. KTVO also ran
"Country Day," I believe at 6:30AM. Like WGEM, I think KTVO scrapped the show when "ABC
World News This Morning" came along in the early '80s.

NBC Schedule Monday, February 20, 1984 (with YouTube link)

All Times EST

6:30 News at Sunrise


7:00 Today

9:00 Local Programming

10:00 The Facts of Life

10:30 Sale of the Century

11:00 Wheel of Fortune

11:30 Dream House

12:00 Hot Potato

12:30 Search for Tomorrow

1:00 Days of our Lives

2:00 Another World

3:00 The Match Game/Hollywood Squares Hour

4:00 Local Programming

NBC Nightly News airs at 6:30 or 7:00

8:00 TV's Bloopers and Practical Jokes

9:00 Super Night of Rock 'n' Roll

11:00 Local Programming

11:30 The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson

12:30 Late Night with David Letterman

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0ddA_HLSPtg

Sources:
The Encyclopedia of Daytime Television by Wesley Hyatt

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

by Tim Brooks and Earle Marsh

TV.com http://www.tv.com

Retro: Greensboro/Charlotte/Raleigh/Roanoke daytime Nov. 8-12. 1971

From the Greensboro Daily News. WUNC/4 (PBS)

schedules instructional programs except at

10 AM (Sesame Street), 12:30 PM (What's New),

4:30 PM (Mister Rogers' Neighborhood), 5 PM

(Sesame Street), 6 PM (What's New), and 6:30

PM (various unlisted programs for adults).

Schedules run sign on-7 PM. WCCB/18 (ABC) and

WRET/36 (Ind.) Charlotte were not listed in the

Daily News at the time.

GREENSBORO/WINSTON-SALEM/HIGH POINT

WFMY Ch. 2 (CBS)

6 AM Sunrise Semester

6:30 Good Morning Show

7:30 CBS Morning News

8 AM Good Morning Show


8:30 Old Rebel Show

9 AM Captain Kangaroo

10 AM 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 Today's Woman

1:30 As The World Turns

2 PM Love Is A Many Splendored

Thing

2:30 Guiding Light

3 PM Secret Storm

3:30 Edge Of Night

4 PM Gomer Pyle, USMC

4:30 Flintstones

5 PM Big Valley

6 PM News

6:30 CBS News

WGHP Ch. 8 (ABC)

6:45 Farm Report


7 AM University Of Michigan

7:30 Triad In Perspective

8:30 Romper Room

9 AM Movie

10:50 Fashions In Sewing

11 AM Bewitched

11:30 That Girl

12 N News

12:30 Password

1 PM All My Children

1:30 Let's Make A Deal

2 PM Newlywed Game

2:30 Dating Game

3 PM General Hospital

3:30 One Life To Live

4 PM Movie

5:30 News

6 PM ABC News

6:30 listing says I Love Lucy,

but I recall To Tell The Truth

WSJS Ch. 12 (NBC)

7 AM Today

9 AM Today At Home
9:30 Famous Jury Trials

10 AM Dinah's Place

10:30 Concentration

11 AM Sale Of The Century

11:30 Hollywood Squares

12 N Jeopardy!

12:30 Who, What Or Where Game

12:55 NBC News

1 PM Somerset

1:30 Three On A Match

2 PM Days Of Our Lives

2:30 The Doctors

3 PM Another World

3:30 Bright Promise

4 PM Virginia Graham

5 PM Gilligan's Island

5:30 Wild Wild West

6:30 News

NBC News follows at 7.

CHARLOTTE

WBTV Ch. 3 (CBS)

6:45 Almanac
6:55 News

7 AM CBS Morning News

8 AM Captain Kangaroo

9 AM Where The Heart Is

9:25 not listed, and I don't

recall but I think it was

Pat Lee (women's show)

9:30 Gomer Pyle, USMC

10 AM Lucy Show

10:30 Beverly Hillbillies

11 AM Family Affair

11:30 Love Of Life

12 N News

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 Daniel Boone

5 PM Green Acres

5:30 Truth Or Consequences

6 PM News
CBS News follows at 7.

WSOC Ch. 9 (NBC)

6:45 On The House

7 AM Today

9 AM Mike Douglas

10:20 Fashions In Sewing

10:30 Concentration

11 AM Sale Of The Century

11:30 Hollywood Squares

12 N News

12:30 David Frost

1:30 Three On A Match

2 PM Days Of Our Lives

2:30 The Doctors

3 PM Another World

3:30 not listed

4 PM Flintstones

4:30 Gilligan's Island

5 PM Petticoat Junction

5:30 Dick Van Dyke

6 PM News

6:30 NBC News


RALEIGH/DURHAM

WRAL Ch. 5 (ABC)

6 AM Daybreak

6:55 Viewpoint

7 AM Good Morning Charlie (Charlie

Gaddy, later WRAL's anchor for

nearly two decades)

7:30 Cartoons (delayed ABC cartoons--

don't have the list)

8 AM Time For Uncle Paul

8:30 Femme Fare

9:30 Mike Douglas

11 AM Bewitched

11:30 That Girl

12 N News

12:30 Password

1 PM All My Children

1:30 Let's Make A Deal

2 PM Newlywed Game

2:30 Dating Game

3 PM General Hospital

3:30 To Tell The Truth

4 PM Love, American Style


4:30 Truth Or Consequences

5 PM Perry Mason

6 PM News

6:30 ABC News

WTVD Ch. 11 (CBS)

6 AM USDA

6:30 Sunrise Semester

7 AM CBS Morning News

8 AM Captain Kangaroo

9 AM Hazel

9:30 Movie Game

10 AM 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 Peggy Mann

1:30 As The World Turns

2 PM Love Is A Many Splendored

Thing

2:30 Guiding Light


3 PM Secret Storm

3:30 Edge Of Night

4 PM Daniel Boone

5 PM Big Valley

6 PM News

6:30 CBS News

WRDU Ch. 28 (NBC)

7 AM Today

9 AM Western

10 AM Dinah's Place

10:30 Concentration

11 AM Sale Of The Century

11:30 Hollywood Squares

12 N Jeopardy!

12:30 Who, What Or Where Game

12:55 NBC News

1 PM Romper Room

1:30 Three On A Match

2 PM Days Of Our Lives

2:30 The Doctors

3 PM Another World

3:30 Bright Promise

4 PM Somerset
4:30 Jim And Tammy

5:30 Movie

NBC News follows at 7.

ROANOKE/LYNCHBURG

WDBJ Ch. 7 (CBS)

6:35 Town Crier

6:55 News

doesn't say whether CBS Morning News

aired at 7 AM

8 AM Captain Kangaroo

9 AM Romper Room

9:30 Artie Levin

9:50 Fashions In Sewing

10 AM Lucy Show

10:30 Beverly Hillbillies

11 AM Family Affair

11:30 Love Of Life

12 N Where The Heart Is

12:25 Light Of Life

12:30 Search For Tomorrow

1 PM Panorama

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 Virginian

6 PM News

6:30 CBS News

WSLS Ch. 10 (NBC)

6:30 Today On The Farm

7 AM Today

9 AM Virginia Graham

10 AM Dinah's Place

10:30 Concentration

11 AM Sale Of The Century

11:30 Hollywood Squares

12 N Jeopardy!

12:30 News

12:55 NBC News

1 PM Somerset

1:30 Three On A Match

2 PM Days Of Our Lives


2:30 The Doctors

3 PM Another World

3:30 Bright Promise

4 PM Daniel Boone

5 PM Big Valley

6 PM News

6:30 NBC News

WLVA Ch. 13 (ABC)

9:30 Cartoons

10 AM Movie Game

10:30 Calendar

11 AM Love, American Style

11:30 That Girl

12 N Bewitched

12:30 Password

1 PM All My Children

1:30 Let's Make A Deal

2 PM Newlywed Game

2:30 Dating Game

3 PM General Hospital

3:30 One Life To Live

4 PM Star Trek

5 PM Wild Wild West


6 PM News

6:30 ABC News

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> ROANOKE/LYNCHBURG

> WDBJ Ch. 7 (CBS)

6:35 Town Crier---hosted by Cousin Irv Sharp

6:55 News

doesn't say whether CBS Morning News

aired at 7 AM---As a native of Roanoke, they did air CBS morning News, IIRC

8 AM Captain Kangaroo

> 9 AM Romper Room

9:30 Artie Levin-----excercise program from a guy that had Irv Sharp on the organ

> 9:50 Fashions In Sewing

> 10 AM Lucy Show

> 10:30 Beverly Hillbillies

> 11 AM Family Affair

> 11:30 Love Of Life

> 12 N Where The Heart Is

> 12:25 Light Of Life


> 12:30 Search For Tomorrow

> 1 PM Panorama---1/2 hour interview show with Polly Ayers and Laban Johnson of Cookin
Cheap fame doing cooking

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Jeff, could you go back and edit your reply to only quote what you're commenting

on? I'm having trouble deciphering it.

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Quote Originally Posted by bpatrick


RALEIGH/DURHAM

WRAL Ch. 5 (ABC)

7:30 Cartoons (delayed ABC cartoons--

don't have the list)

Thanks to the (Raleigh) News & Observer and the (Durham) Herald/Sun, here is the rotation for
that slot

The Reluctant Dragon and Mr. Toad (Monday)

Here Come the Double Deckers (Tuesday)

Lancelot Link, Secret Chimp (Wednesday)

Make a Wish (Thursday)

The Bullwinkle Show (Friday)

Retro: Atlanta Tuesday, May 22, 1962

From TV Guide, Georgia Edition:

WSB Ch. 2 (NBC)

6 AM Continental Classroom (probability and

statistics) (COLOR)

6:30 Continental Classroom (American Government)

(COLOR)

7 AM Today

9 AM Today In Georgia
9:45 Linkletter And The Kids

10 AM Say When!

10:30 Play Your Hunch (COLOR)

11 AM Price Is Right (Cullen) (COLOR)

11:30 Concentration

12 N News

12:15 WSB Editorial

12:20 Movie: "Blood On The Moon"

2 PM Jan Murray (COLOR)

2:25 NBC News (Floyd Kalber)

2:30 Loretta Young

3 PM Young Dr. Malone

3:30 Our Five Daughters

4 PM Make Room For Daddy

4:30 Kukla And Ollie

4:35 Mr. Magoo

4:45 Rocky And His Friends

5 PM Popeye Club

6 PM Quick Draw McGraw

6:30 News, Weather

6:45 Huntley-Brinkley Report

7 PM Dragnet (the original)

7:30 Laramie (COLOR)

8:30 Alfred Hitchcock

9 PM Dick Powell
10 PM Emmy Awards (Brooks and Marsh have the winners:

Program Of The Year: "Victoria Regina" (Hallmark Hall Of Fame)

Humor: The Bob Newhart Show (his short-lived NBC variety show)

Drama: The Defenders

Variety: The Garry Moore Show

News: The Huntley-Brinkley Report

Education/Public Affairs: David Brinkley's Journal

Outstanding Performance--Actor: Peter Falk, "The Price Of Tomatoes"

(The Dick Powell Show)

Outstanding Performance--Actress: Julie Harris, "Victoria Regina"

Actor In A Series: E.G. Marshall (The Defenders)

Actress In A Series: Shirley Booth (Hazel))

11:30 News, Weather, Sports (time approximate)

11:50 Movie: "Streets Of Laredo"

WAGA Ch. 5 (CBS)

6:30 College Of The Air

7 AM Cartoons

7:30 News, Cartoons

8 AM Captain Kangaroo

9 AM Jack LaLanne

9:30 Movie: "Women Are Like That"


10:55 News, Editorial

11 AM Divorce Court

12 N Love Of Life

12:30 Search For Tomorrow

12:45 Guiding Light

1 PM Life Of Riley

1:30 As The World Turns

2 PM Susie (Ann Sothern)

2:30 Art Linkletter's House Party

3 PM Millionaire (today's check goes to a novelist

who can't come up with his second best-seller)

3:30 Verdict Is Yours

3:55 CBS News (Douglas Edwards)

4 PM Brighter Day

4:15 Secret Storm

4:30 Edge Of Night

5 PM Cimarron City

6 PM Panorama News

6:45 CBS News (Walter Cronkite)

7 PM Everglades

7:30 Marshal Dillon

8 PM Password

8:30 Dobie Gillis

9 PM Red Skelton

9:30 Ichabod And Me


10 PM Garry Moore

11 PM Panorama News

11:30 Movie: "The Kid From Cleveland"

WGTV Ch. 8 (NET)

I don't know if Ch. 8 had in-school programming

during the day.

6:30 British Calendar

7 PM Growing South

7:30 Virus

8 PM You Are There

8:30 Invitation To Art

9 PM Daily Grind (drama about a man whose

daily pressures lead to an ulcer)

9:30 Movie: "Knickerbocker Holiday"

sign off following the movie

WLW-A (WXIA) Ch. 11 (ABC)

7 AM School Days

7:30 Billy Johnson (kids' show)

9 AM Movie: "Hers To Hold"

10:45 Debbie Drake


11 AM Tennessee Ernie Ford

11:30 Yours For A Song

12 N Camouflage (Don Morrow)

12:30 Window Shopping

1 PM Day In Court

1:25 ABC News (Alex Dreier)

1:30 Burns And Allen

2 PM Jane Wyman

2:30 Seven Keys

3 PM Queen For A Day (from the Seattle

World's Fair)

3:30 Who Do You Trust? (Johnny Carson)

4 PM American Bandstand

4:50 American Newsstand

5 PM Billy Johnson

5:30 Movie: "A Yank In Korea"

7 PM News, Weather, Sports

7:15 ABC News (no anchor given, so Ron

Cochran must not have taken over yet)

7:30 Bugs Bunny

8 PM Bachelor Father

8:30 The New Breed

9:30 Yours For A Song

10 PM Alcoa Premiere

11 PM News, Weather
11:25 Debbie Drake

11:30 Tonight Show (pre-empted on Ch. 2, Jan

Murray is host this week, part of the interim

between Paar and Carson) (COLOR)

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Quote Originally Posted by bpatrick

WSB Ch. 2 (NBC)

6 AM Continental Classroom (probability and

statistics) (COLOR)

6:30 Continental Classroom (American Government)

(COLOR)

When did NBC feed Classroom--6-7am ET? 1-2pm? Was there

normally more than one "episode" available to air each day?

For a number of years CBS fed Sunrise Surprise* during the "dead"

half-hour 1-1:30pm ET, for airing the next morning.


*: Knock-off title courtesy Firesign Theatre's TB Guide.

Save AM radio...kill I-CRAP.

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WSB - Channel 2 (NBC)

9:45 AM Linkletter And The Kids

Were these reruns where Art interviewed the kids?

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In "The TV Schedule Book," Castleman and

Podrazik show "Sunrise Semester" airing at

1 PM on CBS for most of its run (12 Noon by

1980). But "Continental Classroom" is shown

airing on NBC 6-7 AM, so I'm assuming that

was the feed, rather than one the affiliates

taped for early-morning airing.

As for "Linkletter And The Kids," I don't know

anything about it--whether it was the best of

his "House Party" interviews with kids or a

completely separate program. I do know that

around 1963 Ch. 2 began rerunning "People Are

Funny" at 9:30 AM (interestingly, here at home,

Ch. 12 in Winston-Salem, also NBC, was rerunning

"People Are Funny" at the same time, and the two

CBS affiliates--WAGA and WFMY--were rerunning

John Guedel's third classic, syndicated as "Best Of

Groucho" (You Bet Your Life, of course) at 1 PM).

Rerto: Western IL-Northeast MO Sunday, April 5, 1970 Including WJJY Ch.14

This one includes the fabled, short-lived WJJY-TV, Channel 14 from Jacksonville, IL. It was on the
air from August 1969 to April 1971. I'm not old enough to really remember it, or if we even
received it here (approximately 100 miles west of Jacksonville), but given the wattage they used,
we probably could have. I believe my parents Magnavox console had UHF capabilities.
From The Quincy Herald-Whig:

3 KTVO Kirksville-Ottumwa ABC, CBS (NBC??)

6:45 Lester Family

7:00 Popeye

7:15 Victory Revival Hour

7:30 Revival Fires

8:00 Herald of Truth

8:30 Country Style Gospel Time (B&W)

9:30 Gospel Light Telecast (B&W)

10:00 Gospel Hour

10:30 Lester Family

11:00 Favorite Hymns

11:30 Central Chinchilla

12:00 All-American Quartet

12:30 Issues and Answers

12:55 New Beginning

1:15 Cardinal Baseball (St. Louis at Kansas City)

4:00 Walt Disney

5:00 Bonanza (I might have a VERY vague memory of KTVO carrying these two NBC shows)

6:00 Land of the Giants

7:00 The F.B.I.

8:00 ABC Sunday Night Movie

10:00 Local News


10:30 Movie

7 KHQA Hannibal-Quincy (CBS)

6:45 Sacred Heart

7:00 This Is the Life (B&W)

7:30 Revival Fires

8:00 Cathedral of Tommorow

9:00 Lamp Unto My Feet

9:30 Look Up and Live

10:00 Camera Three

10:30 Tom & Jerry

11:00 Batman

11:30 Face the Nation

12:00 Israel:Special

3:30 Stanley Cup Previews

4:00 Killy Challenge

4:30 Masters Highlights

5:00 Local News

5:30 CBS News

6:00 Lassie

6:30 To Rome With Love

7:00 Ed Sullivan

8:00 Glen Campbell Goodtime Hour

9:00 Mission:Impossible
10:00 Local News

10:30 CBS News

10:45 Run for Your Life

11:45 Weather, News

10 WGEM Quincy (NBC)

6:40 Lord's Prayer

6:45 The Big Play-Air Force

7:00 The Answer

7:30 Faith for Today

8:00 Consultation

8:30 Oral Roberts

9:00 Mormon World Conference

10:00 Bishop Sheen

10:30 Mass for Shut-ins

11:00 Skippy

11:30 McHale's Navy

12:00 News

12:05 All-American Quartet

12:30 Possum Holler Opry

1:00 Viewpoint

1:15 Cardinal Baseball (StL vs KC)

4:00 Experiment in TV

5:00 Frank McGee Report


5:30 College Bowl

6:00 Wild Kingdom

6:30 Walt Disney

7:30 Bill Cosby Show

8:00 Bonanza

9:00 The Bold Ones

10:00 Local News

10:30 Tonight Show

12:00 Weather

14 WJJY Jacksonville (ABC)

8:00 Lester Family

8:30 Dudley Do Right

9:00 Fantastic Voyage

9:30 Spiderman

10:00 Bullwinkle

10:30 Discovery

11:00 Echoes from Heaven

11:15 This Is the Life

11:45 Stained Glass Window

12:00 Directions

12:30 Issues and Answers

1:00 NBA Basketball

3:00 American Sportsman


4:00 Questionable Matters

4:25 It

4:30 Matinee

6:00 Land of the Giants

7:00 The F.B.I.

8:00 ABC Sunday Night Movie

10:00 Local News

10:30 Theater 14

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Nice to finally see a schedule from WJJY-TV. I think KTVO carried "Bonanza" from NBC till it was
canceled...I believe it was the last NBC show cleared by KTVO.

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Re: Rerto: Western IL-Northeast MO Sunday, April 5, 1970 Including WJJY Ch.14

Here's a website devoted to the ill-fated WJJY-TV in Jacksonville from a former station employee:

http://www.brainmist.com/wjjy_tv/wjjy_tv.htm

Also, as the website stated, WJJY regarded themselves as a "Jacksonville-Springfield-Quincy"


station and covered parts of the Quincy and Champaign-Decatur-Springfield markets (although
I'm not exactly sure if Morgan County was still in the Quincy market during WJJY's two years on
the air as opposed to C-D-S today), even though the Illinois state capitol was adequately served
by their market's then-ABC affiliate, WAND-17 in Decatur (which flipped to NBC Sept. 5, 2005,
with ABC moving to WICS-20 Springfield and its sister station WICD-15 Champaign on that same
date). Ironically, WAND lost their transmitter in the same Easter 1978 central Illinois ice storm
(still talked about frequently here in Springfield) that claimed the then-defunct WJJY's tower
near Bluffs, IL.

Channel 14 in Jacksonville is now WSEC, a much lower-power PBS station that is the flagship of
the "Network Knowledge" group of PBS stations for western and west central Illinois (WSEC,
WQEC-27 Quincy, WMEC-22 Macomb; plus one translator on channel 8 in Springfield), with its
studios in Chatham, IL (an affluent Springfield suburb). Interestingly, had the old WJJY tower not
fallen there were efforts to get channel 14 back on the air on that old Bluffs tower as a PBS
station for the same area covered by the three separate stations and the Springfield translator,
plus additional coverage as far south as Alton and Litchfield, IL.

BTW, when did Morgan County, IL switch from the Quincy-Hannibal market to Champaign-
Decatur-Springfield? In addition, some websites have even put neighboring Cass County as part
of the Champaign-Decatur-Springfield market (although they are adequately covered by the
Springfield stations in the market), but Nielsen has always, IIRC, placed Cass in the Quincy-
Hannibal market.
Retro: Atlanta Tuesday, October 23, 1962

This, IIRC, was the day after John F. Kennedy's speech

concerning the Cuban missile crisis. From TV Guide,

Georgia Edition:

WSB Ch. 2 (NBC)

6 AM Continental Classroom (atomic age physics)

6:30 Continental Classroom (American Government)

(COLOR)

7 AM Today (Hugh Downs was hosting this and

"Concentration")

9 AM Today In Georgia

10 AM Say When! (COLOR)

10:25 NBC News (Edwin Newman)

10:30 Play Your Hunch (Gene Rayburn is interim host

between Merv Griffin and Robert Q. Lewis)

(COLOR)

11 AM Price Is Right (Bill Cullen) (COLOR)

11:30 Concentration

12 N News, Editorial

12:20 Movie: "Sullivan's Travels"

2 PM Merv Griffin (his first talk show, airs on NBC)

(COLOR)

2:55 NBC News (Floyd Kalber)


3 PM Loretta Young

3:30 Young Dr. Malone

4 PM Make Room For Daddy

4:30 Rocky And His Friends

4:45 Popeye Club

6 PM Quick Draw McGraw

6:30 News, Weather

6:45 Huntley-Brinkley Report

7 PM Hennesey

7:30 Laramie (COLOR)

8:30 Empire (COLOR) (a contemporary

Western with soap-opera elements

that might have worked in the era

of "Dallas")

9:30 Dick Powell

10:30 Chet Huntley Reporting

11 PM Newsroom (John Palmer is anchor--he will

later go to NBC) NOTE: Ch. 2 used this

title until around 1973 or '74; it's been using

Action News ever since.

11:30 Tonight Show (Johnny Carson is host,

and Ch. 2 is finally carrying it--until 1980)

WAGA Ch. 5 (CBS)


6:10 Daily Word

6:15 College Of The Air (this is CBS's predecessor

to "Sunrise Semester," which will debut in 1963)

6:45 Management In The '60s

7 AM News, Editorial

7:20 Cartoons

8 AM Captain Kangaroo

9 AM B'wana Don

9:30 Jack LaLanne

10 AM Movie: "The House Of Rothschild"

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 Ann Sothern (ironically, she is appearing

this week on the program Ch. 5 is pre-empting:

"Password")

2:30 Art Linkletter's House Party

3 PM Millionaire (the check today goes to a woman

trying to crash high society)

3:30 To Tell The Truth

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 (Ch. 5 dropped Walter Cronkite

for this until 1966)

7 PM Hong Kong

8 PM Lloyd Bridges (he plays a journalist getting

involved in people's lives)

8:30 Red Skelton (tonight he introduces a new-talent

segment, with singer Karen Morrow making her

television debut--wonder what happened to her?)

9:30 Jack Benny (Lawrence Welk is guest)

10 PM Garry Moore ("That Wonderful Year" is 1938)

11 PM Panorama News

11:30 Movie: "Tonight's The Night"

WGTV Ch. 8 (NET)

Not known if any daytime programming.

6:30 American Economy

7 PM Growing South

7:30 Lamp Unto My Feet (wonder how they


got this, since it was on CBS and Ch. 5

Sundays at 10 AM)

8 PM You Are There

8:30 Astronomy For You

9 PM Picture Window (Georgia-Florida State

highlights, preview of Georgia-Kentucky)

9:30 Age Of Overkill

10 PM Your Marriage

sign off 10:30 PM

WAII (WXIA) Ch. 11 (ABC)

7:25 Thoughts For Today

7:30 School Days

8 AM Robin Hood

8:30 Billy Johnson

9 AM My Little Margie

9:30 Snooky Lanson

11 AM Tennessee Ernie Ford

11:30 Yours For A Song

12 N Jane Wyman

12:30 Camouflage

12:55 ABC News (Alex Dreier)

1 PM Star Performance

1:30 Burns And Allen


2 PM Day In Court

2:30 Seven Keys

3 PM Queen For A Day

3:30 Who Do You Trust? (Woody Woodbury

has taken over from Johnny Carson)

4 PM American Bandstand (guest is Bobby

"Blue" Bland)

4:30 Discovery '62 (how actors use makeup)

4:55 American Newsstand

5 PM Mickey Mouse Club

5:30 Movie: "The Golden Hawk"

7 PM Newswatch

7:15 ABC News (Ron Cochran)

7:30 Combat!

8:30 Hawaiian Eye

9:30 Untouchables

10:30 Here's Edie (Adams)

11 PM Nightwatch

11:25 Movie: "The Swordsman"

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Re: Retro: Atlanta Tuesday, October 23, 1962

This one doesn't list the Tonight show as being in color, but the one from May '62 does...So when
did Tonight switch to color?

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Re: Retro: Atlanta Tuesday, October 23, 1962

...I seem to recall reading that "Tonight" went to color fairly early in the Jack Paar run, once it
appeared Paar was going to generate an audience for the thing that any of the three previous
incarnations (Steve Allen, Allen sharing split weeks with Ernie Kovacs, the Jack Lescoulie/Jazzbo
Collins magazine format) hadn't...

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Re: Retro: Atlanta Tuesday, October 23, 1962

The Tonight Show was in color when Carson took over.

This may have been a misprint on TV Guide's part, since

both Channel 2 and Chattanooga's Channel 3 were capable

of airing NBC shows in color at the time (just as Channel 11

and Chattanooga's Channel 9 were with ABC).

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Re: Retro: Atlanta Tuesday, October 23, 1962

I noticed that WAGA - Channel 5 (CBS) was also pre-empting CBS daytime reruns of I Love Lucy
and The Real McCoys.

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Re: Retro: Atlanta Tuesday, October 23, 1962

B'wana Don was a costumed kids show host that aired on the Storer stations-At least WSPD-13
Toledo and WJW-8 Cleveland for a time, as well as WAGA.

NBC November 14-16, 1988

All Times EST

6:30 News at Sunrise

7:00 Today

9:00 Local Programming

10:00 Sale of the Century

10:30 Classic Concentration

11:00 Wheel of Fortune

11:30 Win, Lose or Draw

12:00 Super Password

12:30 Scrabble

1:00 Days of Our Lives

2:00 Another World

3:00 Santa Barbara

4:00 Local Programming

NBC Nightly News airs at 6:30 or 7:00


Monday

8:00 ALF "Turkey in the Straw (Part 1)"

8:30 The Hogan Family "Foiled Again"

9:00 Monday Night at the Movies: "Too Good to Be True"

Tuesday

8:00 ALF "Turkey in the Straw (Part 2)"

8:30 Movie Special: "The Karate Kid Part II"

Wednesday

8:00 Unsolved Mysteries

9:00 Night Court "Educating Rhoda"

9:30 Baby Boom "Stress"

10:00 Tattinger's "Virgin Spring"

Late Night

11:00 Local Programming

11:30 The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson

12:30 Late Night with David Letterman

1:30 Later with Bob Costas

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

Sources:
The Encyclopedia of Daytime Television by Wesley Hyatt

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

by Tim Brooks and Earle Marsh

TV.com http://www.tv.com

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Re: NBC November 14-16, 1988

Morning game shows were still in their heyday in '88, on NBC anyway. Now, you get what, 4
HOURS of "Today"??? :

I'd like to find a copy of "The Encyclopedia of Daytime Television". I've had the Tim Brooks-Earle
Marsh book for years, pretty much read it all...

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Re: NBC November 14-16, 1988

Just looked at Amazon, they have several copies available --definitely going on my to-get list.

Retro: Kentucky Thursday, February 9, 1961

From TV Guide, Kentucky Edition, which listed

Evansville at the time.

Chs. 5, 9, 12, 18, and 27 are listed Eastern time.

Chs. 3, 7, 11, 14, and 50 are listed Central time.

WAVE Ch. 3 Louisville (NBC)

6:30 Continental Classroom (COLOR)

7 AM Dave Garroway (Today) (COLOR today

only)

9 AM Say When! (COLOR today only)

9:30 Play Your Hunch (COLOR)

10 AM Price Is Right (COLOR)

10:30 Concentration (COLOR today only)

11 AM Truth Or Consequences (COLOR today only)

11:30 It Could Be You (COLOR)

11:55 NBC News (Ray Scherer)

12 N Funny Flickers
12:30 Life Of Riley

1 PM Jan Murray (COLOR)

1:30 Loretta Young

2 PM Young Dr. Malone (COLOR today only)

2:30 From These Roots (COLOR today only)

3 PM Special For Women (COLOR)

4 PM Movie: "I Cover The Underworld"

5:30 Huckleberry Hound

6 PM News, Weather, Sports

6:15 Huntley-Brinkley Report (COLOR tonight only)

6:30 My Three Sons

7 PM Death Valley Days

7:30 Remember How Great (Jack Benny hosts a

review of hit songs) (COLOR)

8:30 The Ford Show Starring Tennessee Ernie

Ford (COLOR)

9 PM The Groucho Show (COLOR tonight only, and

one of the contestants, William Peter Blatty,

used his $5000 winnings to sustain him while

he wrote "The Exorcist")

9:30 Jim Backus

10 PM Best Of The Post

10:30 News (Livingston Gilbert)

10:40 Weather

10:45 Sports
10:50 Jack Paar (COLOR)

12 M News

WLW-T Ch. 5 Cincinnati (NBC)

6 AM Good Morning

6:30 Continental Classroom (COLOR)

7 AM Dave Garroway (Today) (COLOR

today only)

9 AM Paul Dixon (COLOR)

10:30 Play Your Hunch (COLOR)

11 AM Price Is Right (COLOR)

11:30 Concentration (COLOR today only)

12 N Ruth Lyons' 50-50 Club (COLOR)

1:30 Truth Or Consequences

2 PM It Could Be You

2:25 NBC News (Ray Scherer)

2:30 Loretta Young

3 PM Young Dr. Malone (COLOR today only)

3:30 From These Roots (COLOR today only)

4 PM Special For Women (COLOR)

5 PM Movie: "Jennifer"

6:25 Sports

6:30 News, Weather

6:45 Huntley-Brinkley Report (COLOR tonight only)


7 PM Jim Backus

7:30 The Outlaws

8:30 Remember How Great (COLOR)

9:30 The Ford Show Starring Tennessee Ernie

Ford (COLOR)

10 PM The Groucho Show (COLOR tonight only)

10:30 Best Of The Post (COLOR)

11 PM News, Weather

11:20 Jack Paar (COLOR)

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

11:55 Farm Digest

12 N Camouflage

12:30 Number Please

1 PM About Faces (Ben Alexander, Jack

Webb's partner on '50s "Dragnet,"

hosts a show where people identify


faces from their past)

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 Rocky And His Friends

5:30 Three Stooges

5:50 News

6 PM Huckleberry Hound

6:30 Guestward Ho!

7 PM Donna Reed

7:30 Real McCoys

8 PM My Three Sons

8:30 Untouchables

9:30 Lock Up

10 PM News

10:10 Sports

10:15 Weather

10:20 Movie: "Hold Back The Dawn"

WCPO Ch. 9 Cincinnati (ABC)

6:50 Farm News


7 AM Religion Today

7:15 Joe Emerson Hymn Time

7:30 Know Your World

8 AM Cartoons

8:30 Bozo The Clown

9 AM Al And Wanda Lewis (Cincinnati's

greatest kids'-show hosts)

10 AM Willy

10:30 People's Choice

11 AM Our Miss Brooks

11:30 Love That Bob! (Bob Cummings)

12 N Camouflage

12:30 Number Please

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 And Friends

6:30 Huckleberry Hound

7 PM News
7:15 Sports

7:25 Weather

7:30 Guestward Ho!

8 PM Donna Reed

8:30 College Basketball: St. Louis vs.

University of Cincinnati

10:30 U.S. Marshal (time approximate)

11 PM News, Weather

11:20 Movie: "Murder In Music Hall"

WHAS Ch. 11 Louisville (CBS)

7:45 Cartoon Circus

8 AM CBS News (Richard C. Hottelet)

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 Midday Summary

12:15 Cactus Cartoons

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 Movie: "Holiday In Mexico" (Part 2)

5:15 T-Bar-V Ranch

5:45 Douglas Edwards With The News

6 PM News, Weather, Sports

6:15 Small Talk

6:30 Ann Sothern

7 PM Angel

7:30 Zane Grey Theater

8 PM Assignment Underwater

8:30 Lock Up

9 PM Face The Nation

9:30 WHAS Reports

10 PM Coronado 9

10:30 News

10:40 Weather

10:45 Sports

11 PM Movie: "The Untamed Breed"


WKRC Ch. 12 Cincinnati (CBS)

8 AM CBS News

8:15 Captain Kangaroo

9 AM Popeye And Billy

10 AM December Bride

10:30 Edge Of Night

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 Len Goorian (local variety show)

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

5 PM Movie: "The Girl In The Picture"

6:30 News, Weather

6:45 Douglas Edwards With The News

7 PM Lock Up
7:30 Sea Hunt

8 PM Dangerous Robin

8:30 Zane Grey Theater

9 PM Gunslinger

10 PM Face The Nation

10:30 Your Man In Washington

11 PM News, Weather

11:15 Movie: "The Lusty Men"

WFIE Ch. 14 Evansville (NBC)

6 AM Continental Classroom (COLOR)

"Chemistry"

6:30 Continental Classroom (COLOR)

"Probability And Statistics"

7 AM Dave Garroway (Today) (COLOR

today only)

8:25 Dayton Allen

8:30 Dave Garroway continues

9 AM Say When! (COLOR today only)

9:30 Play Your Hunch (COLOR)

10 AM Price Is Right (COLOR)

10:30 Concentration (COLOR today only)

11 AM Truth Or Consequences (COLOR

today only)
11:30 It Could Be You (COLOR)

11:55 NBC News

12 N News

12:15 Uncle Dudley

12:30 Life Of Riley

1 PM Jan Murray (COLOR)

1:30 Loretta Young

2 PM Young Dr. Malone (COLOR today only)

2:30 From These Roots (COLOR today only)

3 PM Special For Women (COLOR)

4 PM Movie: "Tobor The Great"

5:15 Navy Log

5:45 Dayton Allen

5:50 Weather

6 PM News, Weather, Sports

6:15 Huntley-Brinkley Report (COLOR tonight

only)

6:30 Outlaws

7:30 Remember How Great (COLOR)

8:30 The Ford Show Starring Tennessee

Ernie Ford (COLOR)

9 PM The Groucho Show (COLOR tonight only)

9:30 Pony Express

10 PM News

10:10 Sports
10:15 Weather

10:20 Jack Paar (COLOR)

WLEX Ch. 18 Lexington (NBC/ABC)

6:30 Continental Classroom (COLOR)

7 AM Dave Garroway (COLOR today only)

9 AM Education

9:50 Take Five

10 AM Say When! (COLOR today only)

10:30 Play Your Hunch (COLOR)

11 AM Price Is Right (COLOR)

11:30 Concentration (COLOR today only)

12 N Truth Or Consequences (COLOR

today only)

12:30 It Could Be You (COLOR)

12:55 NBC News

1 PM Movie: TBA

2 PM Jan Murray (COLOR)

2:30 Loretta Young

3 PM Young Dr. Malone (COLOR today only)

3:30 From These Roots (COLOR today only)

4 PM Special For Women (COLOR)

5 PM Shorty Stout

5:30 Romper Room


6 PM News, Weather

6:15 Livestock Report

6:20 Sports

6:30 Kentucky Sportsman

6:45 Huntley-Brinkley Report (COLOR tonight

only)

7 PM Real McCoys

7:30 Hawaiian Eye

8:30 Remember How Great (COLOR)

9:30 Untouchables

10:30 Best Of The Post

11 PM News, Weather

11:10 Sports

11:15 Jack Paar (COLOR)

WKYT Ch. 27 Lexington (ABC/CBS)

8 AM CBS News

8:15 Captain Kangaroo

9 AM Popeye Theater

9:25 News

9:30 Movie: "The Return Of The Whistler"

10:30 Coffeetime With Marie

11 AM I Love Lucy

11:30 Clear Horizon


12 N Love Of Life

12:30 Number Please

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 The Pioneers (selected reruns

of Death Valley Days)

6:30 News, Weather

6:45 Douglas Edwards With The News

7 PM Mister Ed

7:30 Ann Sothern

8 PM Tightrope

8:30 Zane Grey Theater

9 PM Gunslinger

10 PM Face The Nation

10:30 American Civil War

11 PM News, Weather

11:10 Sports
11:15 Movie: "Is Everybody Happy?"

WEHT Ch. 50 (now 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, soon to

go to ABC)

12:05 Weather (Roger Forster, who went

to NBC as a staff announcer, IIRC)

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 (not related to the

old radio show, AFAIK)

4:30 Crazy Cottage

5 PM Man From Cochise

5:30 I Led Three Lives

6 PM News

6:10 Scoreboard

6:15 Douglas Edwards With The News

6:30 Ann Sothern

7 PM Angel

7:30 Zane Grey Theater

8 PM Gunslinger

9 PM Face The Nation

9:30 Special Report (Junior Achievement)

10 PM News

10:10 Scoreboard

10:15 Weather (Roger Forster)

10:20 Movie: "I Am A Camera"

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...whoa! Day I was born! Thanx!...

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Why do you suppose some were "color today only"? ???

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nose while driving over a bump.

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Re: Retro: Kentucky Thursday, February 9, 1961

NBC tried to give every black-and-white show

from about 1953 to 1961 at least one color airing,

and apparently this is the day they picked. I know

that this was the only time Groucho's show ever

aired in color, but (IIRC) the rerun is in black and

white (at least that's how I've seen it).

Retro: Atlanta Friday, August 7, 1981

From TV Guide, Atlanta Edition:

WSB Ch. 2 (ABC)

5 AM Herald Of Truth

6 AM Bugs Bunny

6:30 News

7 AM Good Morning America

9 AM Family Feud

9:30 Edge Of Night

10 AM Match Game

10:30 Joker's Wild

11 AM Three's Company (2 episodes)

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 The Rookies

5 PM Fish

5:30 M*A*S*H

6 PM News

7 PM ABC News

7:30 Family Feud

8 PM Benson

8:30 The Krypton Factor (premiere of

a game show that's due for a

revival--an elimination competition

of physical and mental challenges)

9 PM ABC Movie: "The Possession Of

Joel Delaney"

11 PM News

11:30 PGA Championship Highlights

12 M Nightline

12:30 SCTV Television Network (this syndicated

show runs against NBC's SCTV show on

Ch. 11)

1 AM Movie: "Monterey Pop"

3 AM News
WAGA Ch. 5 (CBS)

6 AM Summer Semester

6:30 Bewitched

7 AM CBS News (Charles Kuralt)

8 AM Richard Simmons

8:30 Charlie Rose

9 AM Donahue

10 AM The Jeffersons

10:30 Alice

11 AM Price Is Right

12 N News

12:30 Young And The Restless

1:30 As The World Turns

2:30 Search For Tomorrow

3 PM Guiding Light

4 PM John Davidson

5 PM Barney Miller

5:30 Bewitched

6 PM News

7 PM CBS News

7:30 PM Magazine

8 PM Incredible Hulk

9 PM Dukes Of Hazzard

10 PM Dallas
11 PM News

11:30 Maude

12 M CBS Reports: "The Defense

Of The United States" Part 3:

"The Russians"

1 AM Kolchak The Night Stalker

2:10 CBS Movie: "Castle Rock"

3:30 News

WGTV Ch. 8 (PBS)

4 PM Sesame Street

5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

5:30 Electric Company

6 PM Studio See

6:30 Yoga And Meditation

7 PM Almeta Speaks With Elizabeth

"Liba" Cotton

7:30 MacNeil/Lehrer Report

8 PM Washington Week In Review

8:30 Wall Street Week

9 PM Atlanta Week In Review

9:30 Superstar Profile (Gene Wilder

is the subject)

10 PM For The Record


11 PM Movie: "Judge Priest" (Will Rogers

in a 1934 comedy-Western)

sign off 12:30 AM

WXIA Ch. 11 (NBC)

6 AM Country Music Time

6:30 Today With Hal & Guy

7 AM Today

9 AM Las Vegas Gambit

9:30 Blockbusters

10 AM Hour Magazine

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 Gunsmoke

5 PM Rhoda

5:30 News

6 PM News

7 PM NBC News

7:30 Tic Tac Dough


8 PM Harper Valley P.T.A.

8:30 NBC Movie: "The Slipper And

The Rose: The Story Of Cinderella"

11 PM News

11:30 Tonight Show

12:30 SCTV Network 90

WTBS (WPCH) Ch. 17 (Ind.)

6:05 Hollywood Report

7:05 Fun Time

8:05 Lassie

8:35 My Three Sons

9:05 Family Affair

9:35 I Dream Of Jeannie

10:05 Movie: "The Third Secret"

12:05 Freeman Reports

1:05 Movie: "Ten Little Indians"

3:05 Fun Time

3:35 Flintstones

4:05 Addams Family

4:35 Hazel

5:05 Ozzie And Harriet

5:35 Beverly Hillbillies

6:05 Father Knows Best


6:35 That Girl

7:05 All In The Family

7:35 Minor-League Baseball: Richmond

Braves at Toledo Mud Hens

10:05 News (time approximate)

10:35 NASL Soccer: Atlanta Chiefs at

Calgary Boomers (one-hour delay)

12:35 TBA

1:25 Baseball: Dodgers at Braves (taped)

4:30 Mission: Impossible (time approximate)

5:30 Rat Patrol

WETV (WPBA) Ch. 30 (PBS)

7:15 Georgia Farm Monitor

7:45 Weather

8 AM Villa Alegre

8:30 Vegetable Soup

9 AM Sesame Street

10 AM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

10:30 Electric Company

11 AM Studio See

11:30 Electric Company

12 N Sesame Street

1 PM Villa Alegre
1:30 Take 30

2 PM Great Performances: "Don

Quixote" by Strauss

3 PM Only The Ball Was White

3:30 This Old House

4 PM Sesame Street

5 PM Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

5:30 Electric Company

6 PM Julia Child & Company

6:30 Over Easy

7 PM Dick Cavett

7:30 MacNeil/Lehrer Report

8 PM Washington Week In Review

8:30 Wall Street Week

9 PM Exchange (foreign documentaries:

this one is "Promises To Keep,"

a Canadian look at childhood)

10 PM Masterpiece Theatre: "Upstairs,

Downstairs" (rerun)

11 PM Dick Cavett

11:30 Captioned ABC News

sign off 12 Midnight

WATL Ch. 36 (Ind.)


7 AM Jim Bakker

8 AM Study In The Word With Jimmy

Swaggart

8:30 Peter Gunn

9 AM Wanted: Dead Or Alive

9:30 Robin Hood

10 AM Films

10:30 Journey To Adventure

11 AM Jim Bakker

12 N Movie: "The Feathered Serpent"

1:30 Health Field

2 PM Special Interest Playhouse

2:30 New Zoo Revue

3 PM The Archies

3:30 Movie: "The North Star"

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

on Ch. 5 at 4 PM)

6 PM Wanted: Dead Or Alive

6:30 Peter Gunn

7 PM Subscription TV (don't know which

service)

WANX (WGCL) Ch. 46 (Ind.)

6 AM U.S. A.M.
7 AM Tom And Jerry

7:30 Porky And Popeye

8:30 Great Space Coaster

9 AM Captain Kangaroo (pre-empted

on Ch. 5, airs on a one-day delay)

10 AM 700 Club

11:30 To Tell The Truth (Robin Ward)

12 N Another Life

12:30 $50,000 Pyramid

1 PM Face The Music

1:30 Let's Make A Deal

2 PM Mister Ed

2:30 Fred Flintstone And Friends

3 PM Popeye And Friends

4 PM Tom And Jerry/Woody Woodpecker

5 PM Scooby-Doo

5:30 Krofft Superstars

6 PM Wonder Woman

7 PM Bullseye

7:30 Sha Na Na

8 PM Barnaby Jones

9 PM Another Life

9:30 700 Club

11 PM Independent Network News

11:30 Best Of Jackie Gleason


12 M Dimensions In Dynamic Living

CBS Schedule Monday, October 1, 1984 (with YouTube link)

All Times EST

6:30 Early Morning News

7:00 Morning News

9:00 Local Programming

10:00 The $25,000 Pyramid - guests Mary Cadorette (Three's a Crowd) and Ed Begley Jr. (St.
Elsewhere)

10:30 Press Your Luck

11:00 The Price is Right

Noon Local Programming

12:30 The Young and the Restless

1:30 As the World Turns

2:30 Capitol

3:00 Guiding Light

4:00 Body Language

4:30 Local Programming

CBS Evening News airs at 6:30 or 7:00

8:00 Scarecrow and Mrs. King "To Catch a Mongoose"

9:00 Movie Special: "Passions"

11:00 Local Programming

11:30 Simon & Simon


12:30 McMillan & Wife

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zmCcwGUjGSw&NR=1

Sources:

The Encyclopedia of Daytime Television by Wesley Hyatt

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

by Tim Brooks and Earle Marsh

The Pyramid Celebrity Archives http://www.fortunecity.com/lavendar/...8/25kceleb.htm

TV.com http://www.tv.com

CBS Schedule Monday, December 1, 1986 (with YouTube link)

All Times EST

6:30 Early Morning News

7:00 Morning News

9:00 Local Programming

10:00 The $25,000 Pyramid - guests: Vicki Lawerence and Brian Mitchell

10:30 Card Sharks

11:00 The Price is Right

12:00 Local Programming

12:30 The Young and the Restless

1:30 As the World Turns

2:30 Capitol
3:00 Guiding Light

4:00 Local Programming

CBS Evening News airs at 6:30 or 7:00

8:00 Kate & Allie "Stage Mother"

8:30 My Sister Sam "Teacher's Pet"

9:00 Newhart "Utley, Can You Spare a Dime"

9:30 The Cavanaughs "Member of the Wake-ing"

10:00 Cagney & Lacey

11:00 Local Programming

11:30 Simon & Simon

12:30 Late Movie

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K7UPLpfzXLc

Sources:

The Encyclopedia of Daytime Television by Wesley Hyatt

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

by Tim Brooks and Earle Marsh

The Pyramid Celebrity Archives http://www.fortunecity.com/lavendar/...8/25kceleb.htm

TV.com http://www.tv.com

CBS Schedule Thursday, December 4, 1986 (with YouTube link)


All Times EST

6:30 Early Morning News

7:00 Morning News

9:00 Local Programming

10:00 The $25,000 Pyramid - guests: Vicki Lawerence and Brian Mitchell

10:30 Card Sharks

11:00 The Price is Right

12:00 Local Programming

12:30 The Young and the Restless

1:30 As the World Turns

2:30 Capitol

3:00 Guiding Light

4:00 Local Programming

CBS Evening News airs at 6:30 or 7:00

8:00 The Twilight Zone "The Toys of Caliban"

8:30 Simon & Simon "Mrs. Simon & Mrs. Simon"

9:30 Designing Women "I Do, I Don't"

10:00 Knots Landing "The Inside Man"

11:00 Local Programming

11:30 Night Heat "Body Conscious"

12:30 Late Movie


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dMoPTUXL1rI

Sources:

The Encyclopedia of Daytime Television by Wesley Hyatt

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

by Tim Brooks and Earle Marsh

The Pyramid Celebrity Archives http://www.fortunecity.com/lavendar/...8/25kceleb.htm

TV.com http://www.tv.com

Retro: Atlanta/Chattanooga/Macon Friday, November 20, 1964

From TV Guide, Georgia Edition:

WSB Ch. 2 Atlanta (NBC)

6:30 Bible Seminar

7 AM Today

9 AM Today In Georgia

9:30 Call Mr. D (Richard Diamond, with

David Janssen)

10 AM Make Room For Daddy

10:30 What's This Song? (Wink Martindale's

first game show) (COLOR)

10:55 NBC News (Edwin Newman)

11 AM Concentration
11:30 Jeopardy! (COLOR)

12 N News

12:15 Movie: "I'll Get By" (COLOR)

2 PM 2 Bits

2:30 The Doctors

3 PM Another World

3:30 You Don't Say! (COLOR)

4 PM Match Game

4:25 News, Weather

4:30 Popeye Club

5:30 Magilla Gorilla

6 PM Newsroom

6:30 Huntley-Brinkley Report

7 PM Flipper (delay from Saturday 7:30)

7:30 International Showtime

8:30 Bob Hope Special

9:30 Jack Benny

10 PM Jack Paar (the Muppets are guests--

wonder which ones?) (COLOR)

11 PM Newsroom

11:30 Tonight Show (COLOR)

1 AM Movie: "The Blackboard Jungle"

WRCB Ch. 3 Chattanooga (NBC)


7 AM Today

9 AM Today With Morris

9:30 Music (educational)

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 (local)

4:30 Mickey Mouse Club

5 PM Lawman

5:30 Rifleman

6 PM News, Weather, Sports

6:30 Huntley-Brinkley Report


7 PM Highway Patrol

7:30 International Showtime

8:30 Bob Hope Special

9:30 Jack Benny

10 PM Jack Paar (COLOR)

11 PM Bulletin

11:30 Tonight Show (COLOR)

WAGA Ch. 5 Atlanta (CBS)

6:10 Daily Word

6:15 Sunrise Semester: "Russian

Literature In Translation"

6:45 This Is Your Town

7 AM News, Weather

7:15 Jake Hess And The Imperials

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: "Shadow On The Window"

11:55 Weather (Eleanor Knight, who was the

first female to do weather in Atlanta,


on Ch. 11)

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 (Lauren Bacall makes

a very rare game-show appearance)

2:30 Art Linkletter's House Party

3 PM To Tell The Truth

3:25 CBS News (Douglas Edwards)

3:30 Edge Of Night

4 PM Secret Storm

4:30 Dooley & Co.

5 PM Bachelor Father

5:30 Jack Benny Daytime Show (reruns

of the CBS shows, delay from 4:30)

6 PM Panorama News

6:30 Amos 'n' Andy (pre-empts Walter

Cronkite)

7 PM Ripcord (COLOR)

7:30 Rawhide

8:30 The Entertainers (Carol Burnett and

Bob Newhart are regulars--ten years


hence, they'll be back to back on

Saturday nights)

9:30 Gomer Pyle, USMC

10 PM The Reporter

11 PM Panorama News

11:30 Movie: "Frankenstein Meets The

Wolf Man"

WGTV Ch. 8 Athens/Atlanta (NET)

6:30 What's New

7 PM Growing South

7:30 Open Mind

8:30 Okefenokee Swamp

9 PM Adventure Theatre

9:30 An Essay On Death (for the first

anniversary of JFK's assassination,

which fell two days later)

sign off 10:45 PM

WTVC Ch. 9 Chattanooga (ABC)

7:45 Upward Look

8 AM Jack LaLanne

8:30 Physical Education


9 AM Funtime

10 AM Hennesey

10:30 Price Is Right (the show was then using

a weekly guest celebrity playing for members

of the studio audience--this week it's

Durward Kirby)

11 AM Get The Message

11:30 Missing Links (Goodson-Todman stalwarts

Dorothy Kilgallen, Tom Poston, and Nipsey

Russell are on the panel)

12 N Father Knows Best

12:30 Tennessee Ernie Ford Show

1 PM Movie: "Woman's World"

2:30 Day In Court

2:55 ABC News (Marlene Sanders)

3 PM General Hospital

3:30 Young Marrieds

4 PM Trailmaster

5 PM Bob Brandy

5:30 Huckleberry Hound

6 PM Laramie

7 PM ABC News (Ron Cochran)

7:15 Newswatch

7:30 Jonny Quest (COLOR)

8 PM The Farmer's Daughter


8:30 Addams Family

9 PM Valentine's Day

9:30 12 O'Clock High

10:30 Ripcord

11 PM ABC News (Bob Young)

11:10 Local News, Weather

11:15 Les Crane (a forerunner of some of

today's daytime talk shows)

WAII (WXIA) Ch. 11 Atlanta (ABC)

8 AM Cartoon Carnival

9 AM Movie: "The Four Poster"

(conclusion)

10 AM Hennesey

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 (one panelist is Doris Roberts,

of "Everybody Loves Raymond" and

other sitcoms)

1:30 Susie
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 Wyatt Earp

5:30 Lawman

6 PM Leave It To Beaver

6:30 Rifleman

7 PM News Watch

7:30 Jonny Quest (COLOR)

8 PM The Farmer's Daughter

8:30 Addams Family

9 PM Movie: "Without Reservations"

11 PM Night 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 Modern Mathematics
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: "White Huntress"

6 PM News, Weather, Sports

6:30 CBS News (Walter Cronkite)

7 PM Have Gun, Will Travel

7:30 Rawhide

8:30 The Entertainers

9:30 Gomer Pyle, USMC

10 PM The Reporter
11 PM News, Weather

11:20 Movie: "A Kiss Before Dying"

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 Jake Hess And The Imperials

9:45 Here's Helen (this may be Helen

Popejoy, who had a women's show

on Ch. 41 in Macon in the '70s)

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

5 PM Huckleberry Hound

5:30 Rifleman

6 PM News

6:30 CBS News

7 PM Zane Grey Theater

7:30 Rawhide

8:30 The Entertainers

9:30 Gomer Pyle, USMC

10 PM The Reporter

11 PM 11th Hour Report

11:30 Movie: "Down Among The

Sheltering Palms"

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Quote Originally Posted by bpatrick

WTVC Ch. 9 Chattanooga (ABC)

10:30 Price Is Right (the show was then using

a weekly guest celebrity playing for members

of the studio audience--this week it's

Durward Kirby)

Any idea if he was wearing the infamous "Kirwood Derby"? ;D

Save AM radio...kill I-CRAP.

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I vagely remember Durward Kirby from the 60's (Who could forget that name?). Other than
appearing on the various game shows, what was his claim to fame?

Correction: Hennesey did not air on Ch. 11; I


don't know what I was looking at. It did air

on Ch. 9 at 10 AM, but 11's movie continued

until 10:25. Sorry for the error.

I vagely remember Durward Kirby from the 60's (Who could forget that name?). Other than
appearing on the various game shows, what was his claim to fame?

Durward Kirby was mainly known for his stints as co-host/second banana to Garry Moore on the
CBS Daytime (1950-58) and Primetime (1958-64) Garry Moore Variety Shows..He also had a long
run with Allen Funt on "Candid Camera"

And for those too young to get the other reference, the "Kerwood Derby" was the pun-ny prize
in a story line on "Rocky and Bullwinkle." Mr. Kirby apparently was not amused as he tried to sue
Jay Ward & Co. for defamation. (Some folks just take themselves WAY too seriously....) :

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Re: Retro: Atlanta/Chattanooga/Macon Friday, November 20, 1964

The "Kerwood Derby" was supposed to make

anyone who wore it the smartest person in

the world. When Durward Kirby threatened

to sue, Jay Ward egged him on to do it (great

publicity, you know). Does anyone know if

Kirby actually did sue?


NBC Schedule Thursday, December 5, 1991 (with YouTube link)

All Times EST

6:30 NBC News at Sunrise

7:00 Today

9:00 Local Programming

11:00 Classic Concentration

11:30 One on One with John Tesh

12:00 Local Programming

12:30 A Closer Look with Faith Daniels

1:00 Days of Our Lives

2:00 Another World

3:00 Santa Barbara

4:00 Local Programming

NBC Nightly News airs at 6:30 or 7:00

8:00 The Cosby Show "Two is a Crowd"

8:30 A Different World "Mammy Dearest"

9:00 Cheers "I'm Okay, You're Defective"

9:30 Wings "Try to Remember the Night He Dismembered"

10:00 Reasonable Doubts "Graduation Day"

11:00 Local Programming

11:30 The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson


12:30 Late Night with David Letterman

1:30 Later with Bob Costas

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BIEO0QYSU-c

Sources:

The Encyclopedia of Daytime Television by Wesley Hyatt

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

by Tim Brooks and Earle Marsh

TV.com http://www.tv.com

ABC Schedule Wednesday, September 22, 1976 (with YouTube link)

All Times EST

7:00 Good Morning America

9:00 Local Programming

11:30 Happy Days

12:00 Hot Seat

12:30 All My Children

1:00 Ryan's Hope

1:30 Family Feud

2:00 The $20,000 Pyramid: guests Vicki Lawrence and Rick Hurst

2:30 One Life to Live

3:15 General Hospital


4:00 Local Programming

ABC Evening News airs from 6:00-7:30

8:00 The Bionic Woman "The Return of Bigfoot (Part II)"

9:00 Baretta "The Ninja"

10:00 Charlie's Angels "Hellride"

11:00 Local Programming

11:30 The Rookies

12:30 Mystery of the Week

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ei5fvKA3-NI

Sources:

The Encyclopedia of Daytime Television by Wesley Hyatt

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

by Tim Brooks and Earle Marsh

The Pyramid Celebrity Archives http://www.fortunecity.com/lavendar/...pyr-celebs.htm

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Re: ABC Schedule Wednesday, September 22, 1976 (with YouTube link)

What would be the exact date in 1976 for this video?

Classic Television must always be preserved!

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Re: ABC Schedule Wednesday, September 22, 1976 (with YouTube link)

Andre the Giant played Bigfoot in those $6M Man/Bionic Woman episodes.

What would be the exact date in 1976 for this video?

I don't know the exact date that this promo aired; I just form and post these schedules for that
day's programming according to the prime time shows aired that night.

I believe it was Sunday, September 19, 1976. That was when part 1

of the Bigfoot episode(on Six Million Dollar Man) aired.

Retro: North Carolina Saturday, November 4, 1978


From TV Guide, North Carolina Edition:

WFMY Ch. 2 Greensboro (CBS)

7 AM Hot Fudge

7:30 Kidsworld

8 AM All-New Popeye Hour

9 AM Bugs Bunny/Road Runner

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 Do-It-Yourself With Homer Formby

2:30 Wild Wild West

3:30 Nashville On The Road

4 PM Pop! Goes The Country

4:30 That Nashville Music

5 PM Next Step Beyond (attempt to revive

One Step Beyond--maybe because this

one was in color it wasn't as scary)

5:30 Two's Company (nothing to do with

Three's Company--that was on Ch. 8--

but a local public-affairs show)

6 PM News
6:30 CBS News (Bob Schieffer)

7 PM Hee Haw

8 PM The Jeffersons

8:30 CBS Movie: "The Poseidon Adventure"

11 PM News

11:30 Movie: "Tom Jones"

E (WUND/2 Columbia/Edenton, WUNC/4 Chapel Hill,

WUNK/25 Greenville, WUNL/26 Winston-Salem,

WUNJ/39 Wilmington, WUNG/58 Concord)

4 PM Guten Tag In Deutschland

4:30 Guten Tag Wie Geht's

5 PM Studio See

5:30 Freestyle

6 PM Discovering Scouting

6:30 Black Perspective On The News

7 PM North Carolina String Quartet

8 PM Once Upon A Classic: "Dominic"

(Part 5)

8:30 Julia Child & Company

9 PM The Pallisers (Part 10)

10 PM Evening With Chuck Mangione

sign off 12 Midnight


WBTV Ch. 3 Charlotte (CBS)

7 AM Treehouse Club

7:30 What's New, Mr. Magoo?

8 AM All-New Popeye Hour

9 AM Bugs Bunny/Road Runner

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 Movie: "Tarzan's Revenge"

3:30 Wrestling

4:30 That Nashville Music

5 PM Pop! Goes The Country

5:30 Hee Haw Honeys

6 PM News

6:30 CBS News

7 PM Lawrence Welk

8 PM The Jeffersons

8:30 CBS Movie: "The Poseidon Adventure"

11 PM News

11:30 Movie: "Firecreek" (ironically, about a

week before this I noticed another

CBS affiliate, WKYT/27 Lexington,


carrying this movie in the same time slot)

1:30 With This Ring

WWAY Ch. 3 Wilmington (ABC)

7 AM Kids Are People Too

8 AM Scooby's All-Stars

9:30 Superfriends

11 AM Fangface

11:30 Pink Panther

12 N Superman

12:30 College Football Pre-Game Show

12:45 College Football: Maryland at

Penn State

4 PM College Football: Teams TBA (time

approximate)

7 PM Hee Haw (time approximate)

8 PM Love Boat

9:30 Fantasy Island

11 PM ABC News (Sylvia Chase/Tom Jarriel)

11:15 That Nashville Music

11:45 Arthur Smith

12:15 Political Talk (off-year elections on

Tuesday, November 7)

12:20 Wrestling
WRAL Ch. 5 Raleigh (ABC)

6:50 Scouting News

7 AM Kids Are People Too

8 AM Scooby's All-Stars

9:30 Superfriends

11 AM Fangface

11:30 Pink Panther

12 N Teenage Frolics

12:30 College Football Pre-Game Show

12:45 College Football: Maryland at

Penn State

4 PM College Football: Teams TBA (time

approximate)

7 PM Aware (time approximate)

7:30 Harambee

8 PM Love Boat

9:30 Fantasy Island

11 PM News

11:15 ABC News

11:30 Wrestling

12:30 Baretta (delay from Friday 11:30)

WTTG Ch. 5 Washington, DC (Ind.)


6:30 Vegetable Soup

7 AM Casper

7:30 Newbag

8 AM Porky Pig

8:30 Jetsons

9 AM Flintstones

9:30 Laurel And Hardy

10 AM Movie: "Flying Leathernecks"

12 N Movie: "The Underground Man"

2 PM Movie: "Fuzz"

3:30 Gong Show (2 episodes)

4:30 Twiggy's Jukebox

5 PM Soul Train

6 PM Six Million Dollar Man

7 PM Andy Griffith

7:30 Brady Bunch

8 PM Movie: "Singin' In The Rain"

10 PM News

10:30 Black Reflections

11 PM Gong Show

11:30 Movie: "Two Mules For Sister

Sara"

1:30 Movie: "The Wheeler Dealers"

3:30 Movie: "You Can't Escape Forever"


5 AM Movie: "The Affairs Of Annabel"

(with Lucille Ball)

WECT Ch. 6 Wilmington (NBC)

7 AM Hot Fudge

7:30 Big Blue Marble

8 AM Galaxy Goof-Ups

8:30 Fantastic Four

9 AM Godzilla Super 90 (includes

"Jonny Quest" and "Jana Of

The Jungle")

10:30 Daffy Duck (premiere)

11 AM Yogi's Space Race

12 N Fabulous Funnies

12:30 Bay City Rollers

1 PM Movie: "Double Trouble" (Elvis

Presley)

3 PM Movie: "The Outside Man'

5 PM Lawrence Welk

6 PM News

6:30 NBC News

7 PM Muppet Show

7:30 Closer Look

8 PM CHiPs
9 PM Centennial

11 PM News

11:30 Saturday Night Live (host Steve

Martin, musical guest Van Morrison)

WITN Ch. 7 Washington, NC (NBC)

7 AM Better Way

7:30 Treehouse Club

8 AM Galaxy Goof-Ups

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 Movie: "Batman" (from '66)

3 PM Ironside

4 PM Family Affair

4:30 Lone Ranger

5 PM Wrestling

6 PM News

6:30 NBC News

7 PM Lawrence Welk

8 PM CHiPs
9 PM Centennial

11 PM News

11:30 Saturday Night Live

1 AM Christopher Closeup

1:15 Alcoholics Anonymous

1:25 News

WGHP Ch. 8 High Point (ABC)

6 AM Tennessee Tuxedo

6:30 Devlin

7 AM Marlo And The Magic Movie

Machine

7:30 Jetsons

8 AM Scooby's All-Stars

9:30 Superfriends

11 AM TBA

11:30 Pink Panther

12 N ABC Weekend Special:

"Little Lulu"

12:30 College Football Pre-Game Show

12:45 College Football: Maryland at

Penn State

4 PM College Football: Teams TBA

(time approximate)
7 PM Lawrence Welk (time approximate)

8 PM Love Boat

9:30 Fantasy Island

11 PM News

11:30 Movie: "Dracula" (the original with

Bela Lugosi, from '31)

1 AM Movie: "Son Of Dracula"

2:30 ABC News

2:45 Help Yourself

WNCT Ch. 9 Greenville, NC (CBS)

7 AM Tarzan (Ron Ely)

8 AM All-New Popeye Hour

9 AM Bugs Bunny/Road Runner

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 PTL Club

3 PM Hee Haw Honeys

3:30 Porter Wagoner

4 PM Horse Racing: Washington, DC,

International, from Laurel, MD


4:30 CBS Sports Spectacular: Howard

Davis Jr. vs. Luis Davila, lightweights,

10 rounds from Atlantic City

6 PM News

6:30 CBS News

7 PM Hee Haw

8 PM The Jeffersons

8:30 CBS Movie: "The Poseidon Adventure"

11 PM News

11:30 Juke-Box

12 M Movie: "The Moon Is Blue"

WSOC Ch. 9 Charlotte (ABC)

6:15 Mr. Magoo

6:30 Batman (Adam West)

7 AM Kids Are People Too

8 AM Scooby's All-Stars

9:30 Superfriends

11 AM Fangface

11:30 Kidsworld

12 N ABC Weekend Special

12:30 College Football Pre-Game Show

12:45 College Football: Maryland at

Penn State
4 PM College Football: Teams TBA

(time approximate)

7 PM Gong Show

7:30 Hollywood Squares

8 PM Love Boat

9:30 Fantasy Island

11 PM News

11:30 Movie: "They Call Me Trinity"

1:30 ABC News

WIS Ch. 10 Columbia, SC (NBC)

6:15 With This Ring

6:30 Viewpoint On Nutrition

7 AM Kidsworld

7:30 Mr. Knozit

8 AM Galaxy Goof-Ups

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 Dance

1:30 That Nashville Music


2 PM Movie: "Masquerade"

4 PM Who's Watching The Kids?

(delayed from Friday 8:30)

4:30 Movie: "The Wayfarers" (the

edited episodes of "Lassie"

when Ranger Cory Stuart became

her (his?) owner)

6 PM Wild Kingdom

6:30 NBC News

7 PM News

7:30 Awareness

8 PM CHiPs

9 PM Centennial

11 PM News

11:30 Saturday Night Live

1 AM Dance

1:30 Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman

2 AM With This Ring

WTVD Ch. 11 Durham (CBS)

6:30 Sunrise Semester: "American

Character"

7 AM Superman

7:30 Let's Look At...


8 AM All-New Popeye Hour

9 AM Bugs Bunny/Road Runner

10:30 Tarzan And The Super 7

12 N Space Academy

12:30 Fat Albert And The Cosby Kids

1 PM Soul Train

2 PM Movie: "Send Me No Flowers"

4 PM Horse Racing

4:30 CBS Sports Spectacular

6 PM Black Unlimited

6:30 CBS News

7 PM Hee Haw

8 PM The Jeffersons

8:30 CBS Movie: "The Poseidon Adventure"

11 PM News

11:30 Movie: "The Birds"

1:30 Curious Kaleidoscope

WCTI Ch. 12 New Bern (ABC)

5:45 Telestory

6 AM The Archies (2 episodes)

7 AM Animals, Animals, Animals

7:30 Marlo And The Magic Movie

Machine
8 AM Scooby's All-Stars

9:30 Superfriends

11 AM Fangface

11:30 Pink Panther

12 N ABC Weekend Special

12:30 College Football Pre-Game Show

12:45 College Football: Maryland at

Penn State

4 PM College Football: Teams TBA

(time approximate)

7 PM Wrestling (time approximate)

8 PM Love Boat

9:30 Fantasy Island

11 PM Will C's Red-Eye Cinema

11:15 Movie: "Tony Rome"

12:45 Movie: "Lady In Cement"

WXII Ch. 12 Winston-Salem (NBC)

6 AM For You...Black Woman

6:30 Scrunch

7 AM Big Blue Marble

7:30 Vegetable Soup

8 AM Galaxy Goof-Ups

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 Wrestling

2 PM 12 O'Clock High

3 PM Rat Patrol

3:30 Man From U.N.C.L.E.

4:30 Ironside

5:30 Who's Watching The Kids?

6 PM News

6:30 Report To The People

7 PM $100,000 Name That Tune

7:30 Match Game PM

8 PM CHiPs

9 PM Centennial

11 PM News

11:30 Saturday Night Live

WBTW Ch. 13 Florence, SC (CBS/ABC)

7 AM What's New, Mr. Magoo?

7:30 Clue Club

8 AM All-New Popeye Hour


9 AM Bugs Bunny/Road Runner

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 Wrestling

3 PM Soul Train

4 PM Happening (public affairs)

4:30 CBS Sports Spectacular

6 PM News

6:30 CBS News

7 PM Hee Haw

8 PM The Jeffersons

8:30 CBS Movie: "The Poseidon Adventure"

11 PM News

11:30 Good Morning Jesus

12:30 Power Hour Of Deliverance

1 AM Movie: "Sicilian Connection"

WTCG (WPCH) Ch. 17 Atlanta (Ind.)

5:25 World At Large

6:10 Discovery (I think these were

reruns of the ABC series)


6:40 News

7 AM Three Stooges/Little Rascals

8 AM Ultra Man

8:30 Partridge Family

9 AM Star Trek (soon to move to

Ch. 11 in Atlanta amid great

fanfare)

10 AM Movie: "Moulin Rouge"

12:30 Movie: "The Naked Prey"

2:30 Movie: "The Barbarian And

The Geisha"

4:30 Wanted: Dead Or Alive

5 PM Mission: Impossible

6 PM Wrestling

8 PM NHL Hockey: Atlanta Flames

at Montreal Canadiens

10:30 Dolly (time approximate)

11 PM The Love Experts (an unlikely

game-show vehicle for Bill

Cullen)

11:30 Don Kirshner's Rock Concert

1 AM Twiggy's Jukebox

1:30 Movie: "Z"

4 AM Maverick

5 AM Wanted: Dead Or Alive


WCCB Ch. 18 Charlotte (Ind.)

6:30 News

7 AM Hot Fudge

7:30 New Mickey Mouse Club

8 AM Mighty Mouse

8:30 Spider-Man

9 AM Super Heroes

9:30 Movie: "Planet On The Prowl"

11 AM This Is The NFL

11:30 NFL Game Of The Week

12 N Bo Rein: Highlights of NC State-

South Carolina

12:30 Mike McGee: Highlights of

Duke-Tennessee

1 PM Soul Train

2 PM Movie: "O.S.S."

4 PM Movie: "The Lives Of A Bengal

Lancer"

6 PM Bonanza

7 PM Mayberry R.F.D.

7:30 Real McCoys

8 PM Dolly

8:30 Marty Robbins' Spotlight


9 PM Nashville On The Road

9:30 Porter Wagoner

10 PM Wrestling

11 PM Movie: "Cinderella Liberty"

1 AM Movie: "Casanova In Burlesque"

3:30 Movie: "Guest Wife"

5:30 Movie: "Web Of The Spider"

WDCA Ch. 20 Washington, DC (Ind.)

5:25 Agricultural Update

5:30 Consultation

6 AM PTL Club

7 AM Do-It-Yourself With Homer

Formby

7:30 God's Good News

8 AM Breath Of Life

8:30 PTL Club

9:30 Oral Roberts

10 AM Rex Humbard

11 AM Wrestling

12 N Wild Kingdom

12:30 Movie: "Comin' Round The

Mountain"

2 PM Movie: "World Without End"


3:30 Bewitched

4 PM Courtship Of Eddie's Father

4:30 Emergency One!

5:30 In Search Of...

6 PM Star Trek

7 PM Space: 1999

8 PM NHL Hockey: Washington Capitals

at New York Islanders

10:30 Petey Greene's Washington (time

approximate)

11 PM Movie: "The Crimson Cult"

1 AM 700 Club

WPTF (WRDC) Ch. 28 Durham (NBC)

8 AM Cliffwood Avenue Kids

8:30 PTL Club

10:30 Jerry Falwell

11:30 Tom Brown's Schooldays

12 N Fabulous Funnies

12:30 Bay City Rollers

1 PM Mothers-In-Law

1:30 Black Forum

2 PM Movie: "Irene"

4 PM Movie: "China Clipper"


5:30 That Nashville Music

6 PM In The Public Interest

6:30 NBC News

7 PM Wild Kingdom

7:30 In Search Of...

8 PM CHiPs

9 PM Centennial

11 PM Second City TV

11:30 Saturday Night Live

WRET (WCNC) Ch. 36 Charlotte (NBC)

7 AM Go

7:30 Vegetable Soup

8 AM Galaxy Goof-Ups

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 Wrestling

2 PM Movie: "Bandolero!"

4 PM Movie: "McHale's Navy

Joins The Air Force"


6 PM News

6:30 NBC News

7 PM World At War

8 PM CHiPs

9 PM Centennial

11 PM News

11:30 Saturday Night Live

1 AM Movie: "Duffy"

2:30 Movie: "The Left Handed Gun"

4 AM Movie: "The Deadly Affair"

WTVI Ch. 42 Charlotte (PBS)

7 PM Pro Soccer

8 PM Once Upon A Classic

8:30 Place In Time

9 PM Evening With Chuck Mangione

sign off 11 PM

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WRAL Ch. 5 Raleigh (ABC)

12 N Teenage Frolics

7:30 Harambee

With these two shows in addition to his editorial work for WRAL, J.D. Lewis I believe became one
of the most prominent black TV personalities in the Triangle, save maybe for WTVD's Ervin
Hester.

Quote Originally Posted by bpatrick

WTVD Ch. 11 Durham (CBS)

1:30 Curious Kaleidoscope

I know I asked a similar question on a previous post, but what was this show about?

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From TV Guide, North Carolina Edition:

WFMY Ch. 2 Greensboro (CBS)

12 N Space Academy

5 PM Next Step Beyond (attempt to revive

One Step Beyond--maybe because this

one was in color it wasn't as scary)

WBTV Ch. 3 Charlotte (CBS)

12 N Space Academy

3:30 Wrestling

WWAY Ch. 3 Wilmington (ABC)

12:20 Wrestling

WRAL Ch. 5 Raleigh (ABC)


11:30 Wrestling

WTTG Ch. 5 Washington, DC (Ind.)

4:30 Twiggy's Jukebox

WECT Ch. 6 Wilmington (NBC)

12:30 Bay City Rollers

WITN Ch. 7 Washington, NC (NBC)

12:30 Bay City Rollers

5 PM Wrestling

WGHP Ch. 8 High Point (ABC)

7 AM Marlo And The Magic Movie

Machine

11:30 Movie: "Dracula" (the original with

Bela Lugosi, from '31)

WNCT Ch. 9 Greenville, NC (CBS)


12 N Space Academy

11:30 Juke-Box

WIS Ch. 10 Columbia, SC (NBC)

12:30 Bay City Rollers

WTVD Ch. 11 Durham (CBS)

12 N Space Academy

WCTI Ch. 12 New Bern (ABC)

7:30 Marlo And The Magic Movie

Machine

7 PM Wrestling (time approximate)

WXII Ch. 12 Winston-Salem (NBC)

12:30 Bay City Rollers

1 PM Wrestling

WBTW Ch. 13 Florence, SC (CBS/ABC)


12 N Space Academy

2 PM Wrestling

WTCG (WPCH) Ch. 17 Atlanta (Ind.)

6 PM Wrestling

1 AM Twiggy's Jukebox

WCCB Ch. 18 Charlotte (Ind.)

10 PM Wrestling

WDCA Ch. 20 Washington, DC (Ind.)

11 AM Wrestling

WPTF (WRDC) Ch. 28 Durham (NBC)

12:30 Bay City Rollers

1 PM Mothers-In-Law

WRET (WCNC) Ch. 36 Charlotte (NBC)

12:30 Bay City Rollers

1 PM Wrestling
7 PM World At War

..."Space Academy" was, IIRC, Pamelyn Ferdin's last crack at series television before retiring to
the world of medicine and animal welfare activism. And it also had James Doohan in a space
opera without that Scots accent that would never fool anyone on the other side of the
Atlantic ;-) ...

...perhaps "Next Step Beyond" would have worked if they called the thing "Alcoa Presents
Again"? No? Okeh, never mind...

...I know that the WTCG wrestling was Georgia Championship, and I'm assuming the WDCA
wrestling was WWWF from New York. Would all the rest be Crockett's Mid-Atlantic NWA
affiliate?...

..."Twiggy's Jukebox" was a rather odd item. American International Pictures TV had acquired the
U.S. rights to "SuperSonic," a marvelous little glam rock series produced a few years earlier by
London Weekend in the UK (a synopsis of the October 25, 1975 broadcast is on the British Film
Institute's website at http://ftvdb.bfi.org.uk/sift/title/631854?view=synopsis). The original series
had run in the U.S. in syndication in '76 and '77 (I caught it on Friday nights on both WFLD/32
Chicago and WLUK/11 Green Bay during that run). Seeing that Twiggy had appeared on the
program a few times, someone at AIPTV got the idea of having her do links inbetween assorted
performances from different episodes and put out a dozen weeks' worth of the show. Interesting
problem -- very few of the songs performed had been hits in the United States, and of those that
had been (for example, David Essex's "Rock On"), the hits were often five or six years old by this
time. Thus, what we got in '78-'79 was a batch of British rock bands that were no longer together
being introduced by a model-turned-singer whose two albums of the period stiffed badly in the
United States. "Twiggy's Jukebox" was on WISN-TV/12 Milwaukee doring the '78-'79 season. In
'79, "Jukebox" (sans Twiggy) became a standard music video clip show with links by Britt Ekland
(recently split from Rod Stewart, then dating Bay City Roller Les McKeown), and limped along for
a few more weeks; I don't think the Ekland version even made it through to the summer of
1980...

...and speaking of the Bay City Rollers, comedy/comicbook writer Mark Evanier, who wrote for
"The Bay City Rollers Show," has written somewhere on his blog http://newsfromME.com about
how he found out that NBC, without his (or producers Sid & Marty Krofft's, for that matter)
knowledge, were running and running and rerunning the seven or eight episodes that were
produced of this thing all the way into 1983 or so. I've tried to search his blog for the story but
can't locate it; maybe someone else here can...

..."Marlo & The Magic Movie Machine" was a dynamite little kiddie show that recycled old
educational film shorts into an entertaining format. WFSB-TV Hartford was where it originated...

...The Bela Lugosi 1931 version of DRACULA was the original English-language version. Of course,
the story had been pirated by German director F.W. Murnau for his landmark silent movie
NOSFERATU, and there was a Spanish-language version produced by Universal (using the same
sets) simultaneously -- Lugosi and company during the day, the Spanish cast later the same
nights -- that is actually visually better than the Lugosi version...

...there were still stations rerunning "The Mothers-In-Law" in 1978??!?...

...and that's an interesting note about WRET -- I thought only clowns like me could handle "The
Bay City Rollers Show," wrestling and a prestegious documentary series like "The World at War"
in a single 8-hour stretch ...

King Daevid MacKenzie

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I think "Curious Kaleidoscope" was some sort

of religious program; I never saw it. In fact,


I wasn't living in North Carolina in the '70s.

J.D. Lewis first made his name as host of

WRAL's "Teenage Frolics," which by 1978

looked an awful lot like "Soul Train" (I did

see it while visiting here from Texas, although

I used to watch it in the '60s).

The wrestling shows on the North Carolina

stations were Crockett's, except (I remember

reading somewhere) that WCTI carried Nick

Gulas' shows, probably out of Nashville. He

sometimes booked cards in eastern North Carolina,

although his principal territory was Tennessee/Kentucky/

northern Alabama.

I didn't know about the foreign-language versions of

"Dracula" that preceded Bela Lugosi's. My only familiarity

with silent-era European films is the great "The Cabinet

Of Dr. Caligari," from Germany in 1919. Thanks for the info.

WXIA/11 Alive was running "The Mothers-In-Law" in

out-of-the-way time slots like 5:30 AM in the 1980s.

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Do you have the October 28-November 3 1978 issue of TV Guide? If so,

could you post the schedules for Friday 11/3/78? That was when Diff'rent

Strokes debuted on NBC.

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I don't have one for the preceding week (Oct. 28-Nov. 3),

but I can post the listings for Nov. 10, and that's the best

I can do for now. I'll start a new thread, possibly tomorrow.


ABC Schedule Friday, November 18, 1983 (with YouTube link)

All Times EST

6:00 World News This Morning

7:00 Good Morning America

9:00 Local Programming

11:00 Benson

11:30 Loving

12:00 Family Feud

12:30 Ryan's Hope

1:00 All My Children

2:00 One Life to Live

3:00 General Hospital

4:00 The Edge of Night

4:30 Local Programming

World News Tonight airs at 6:30 or 7:00

8:00 Benson "Katie's Cookies"

8:30 Webster "Saying Goodbye"

9:00 Lottery! "New York: Winning Can Be Murder"

10:00 Matt Houston "Butterfly"

11:00 Local Programming

11:30 Nightline
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C-b_JvXnN_w

Sources:

The Encyclopedia of Daytime Television by Wesley Hyatt

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

by Tim Brooks and Earle Marsh

CBS Schedule Monday, October 25, 1982 (with YouTube link)

All Times EST

6:30 Early Morning News

7:00 Morning News

9:00 Local Programming

10:00 The New $25,000 Pyramid: guests Elaine Joyce and Soupy Sales

10:30 Child's Play

11:00 The Price is Right

12:00 Local Programming

12:30 The Young and the Restless

1:30 As the World Turns

2:30 Capitol

3:00 Guiding Light

4:00 Tattletales

4:30 Local Programming


CBS Evening News airs at 6:30 or 7:00

8:00 It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown

8:30 Here Comes Garfield

9:00 M*A*S*H "Hey, Look Me Over"

9:30 Newhart "In the Beginning"

10:00 Cagney & Lacey "Witness to an Incident"

11:00 Local Programming

11:30 Trapper John, M.D.

12:30 Columbo

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

Note: The promo is only for the special airing that night.

Sources:

The Encyclopedia of Daytime Television by Wesley Hyatt

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

by Tim Brooks and Earle Marsh

The Pyramid Celebrity Archives http://www.fortunecity.com/lavendar/...8/25kceleb.htm

TV.com http://www.tv.com

Note: The promo is only for the special airing that night.
You mean only for the Garfield special airing that night

Yes, thank you. That's what I meant to say.

Central Ohio Daytime Fall 1976

Channels listed in the Central Ohio TV Guide:

Dayton: 2 WDTN (NBC), 7 WHIO (CBS), 22 WKEF (ABC)

Cincinnati: 5 WLWT (NBC), 9 WCPO (CBS), 12 WKRC (ABC), 19 WXIX (Ind.)

Columbus: "4" WCMH (NBC), "6" WTVN (ABC), "10" WBNS (CBS), /3/ Special network channel

Lima: 35 WLIO (NBC, ABC)

Zanesville: "18" WHIZ (NBC, ABC)

Network only:

6 am 9, "10" Sunrise Semester

6.30 7 Sunrise Semester

7 am 2, "4", 5, "18", 35 Today--Brokaw/Pauley (2 hr)

/3/, 7, 9 CBS News--Morton/Rudd (60 min)

"6", 12, 22 Good Morning America--Hartman/Lunden (2 hr)

8 am /3/ Good Morning America--Hartman/Lunden (2 hr)

7, 9, "10" Captain Kangaroo (60 min)

9 am 7 Tattletales--Game

9.30 /3/ Tattletales--Game

10 am "4", 5, "18", 35 Sanford and Son


9, "10" Price is Right--Game

10.30 "4", 5, "18", 35 Celebrity Sweetstakes--Game

[Hollywood Squares moved to this time slot on October 4, 1976]

12 Edge of Night--Serial

11 am 2, /3/, 5, "18", 35 Wheel of Fortune--Game

"6", 22 Edge of Night--Serial

7, 9, "10" Gambit--Game

11.30 2, "4", "18", 35 Hollywood Squares--Game

[Stumpers premiered on October 4, 1976]

"6", 12, 22 Happy Days

7, "10" Love of Life--Serial

11.55 7 CBS News--Douglas Edwards

9 Tattletales--Game

12 pm /3/, 22 Hot Seat--Game

"18", 35 Fun Factory--Game-Variety

[50 Grand Slam premiered on October 4, 1976}

12.30 /3/, "18" Gong Show--Game

"6", 12, 22 All My Children--Serial

7, "10" Search For Tomorrow--Serial

12.55 /3/, "18" NBC News

1 pm /3/ Somerset--Serial

"6", 12, 22 Ryan's Hope--Serial

7, "10" Young and the Restless--Serial

9 Search For Tomorrow--Serial

1.30 2, "4", 5, "18", 35 Days of Our Lives--Serial


"6", 12, 22 Family Feud--Game

7, 9, "10" As the World Turns--Serial

2 pm /3/, 12, 22 $20,000 Pyramid--Game

2.30 2, "4", 5, "18", 35 Doctors--Serial

/3/, 12 One Life To Live--Serial

7, 9, "10" Guiding Light--Serial

3 pm 2, "4", 5, "18", 35 Another World--Serial

7, 9, "10" All in the Family

3.15 /3/, 22 General Hospital--Serial

3.30 7, 9, "10" Match Game

4 pm /3/ Edge of Night--Serial

"18", 35 Somerset--Serial

A few questions:

1. Are there other ABC stations that either delayed or not cleared "One Life to Live" and "General
Hospital" at the 2.30 and 3.15 pm ET (1.30 and 2.15 pm CT) slots back in 1976?

2. What NBC stations didn't clear "Wheel of Fortune" and "Hollywood Squares" in 1976?

3. Even though Crosley/Avco sold WLWI (now WTHR) in 1974, WLWC (now WCHM) and WOAI in
1975, and WLWT and WLWD (now WDTN) in 1976, the stations still aired the "Phil Donahue
Show" (1967-96) at 9 am ET and "Bob Braun" (1967-84) at 12 pm ET in 1976. Does anyone know
why? Was any of these shows seen outside of the former Crosley/Avco family?

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What week does this TV Guide cover?

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Re: Central Ohio Daytime Fall 1976

the last week in September 1976.

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What was /3/ Special Network Channel?

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Could you post the prime time schedules for Monday 9/27/76?

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What was /3/ Special Network Channel?

Apparently, this was a special cable channel on a Columbus cable system that carried network
programming not cleared by the local Columbus systems.

It would be nice, though, if the whole schedule is listed, instead of just the network programs.

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3. Even though Crosley/Avco sold WLWI (now WTHR) in 1974, WLWC (now WCHM) and WOAI in
1975, and WLWT and WLWD (now WDTN) in 1976, the stations still aired the "Phil Donahue
Show" (1967-96) at 9 am ET and "Bob Braun" (1967-84) at 12 pm ET in 1976. Does anyone know
why? Was any of these shows seen outside of the former Crosley/Avco family?

I can answer at least that much. Both Donahue and Braun originated as Avco programs but
Donahue was more widely syndicated. I think that after the sale Bob Braun picked up a few more
stations but Donahue had more and once it grew, he left Dayton for Chicago and later New York
and it became truly nationwide.

When the Crosley stations were sold, multiple ownership and overlap considerations dictated
that they could not be sold as a block. I think that as a part of the sale agreement though the
buyers were obligated to carry Braun and Donahue both on the stations that they had purchased
at least for some period of time. That time may have lapsed when Braun was finally canceled. By
the way the demise of BB and move of Donahue eventually gave WLWT the bug to create
another local show which gave birth to Jerry Springer and the rest is history. Spinger started out
to be more serious like Donahue or maybe Sally Jessy Raphael but it was tanking so the circus
acts were the attempt to salvage it.

What was /3/ Special Network Channel?

I lived in Columbus until 1979 and do not recall any special channel. I lived in the Grandview
Heights area and had Warned Cable. Channel 3 was like public access and usually had a text
message board. One other system in the central city area had a camera trained on some weather
instruments on channel 3.

I remember that there was a lot of animosity between the local stations and cable so they
usually asserted their rights to shows that were not on the lineup, so long as they owned the
right to broadcast them if they wanted. That made me quite angry because WBNS had the local
rights to Star Trek (the original NBC series) and it came on cable from Channel 19 (WXIX) from
Cincinnati in the afternoon. Warner was ordered to block it and they picked up some kind of
local movie show from WKEF in Dayton as a replacement rather than putting up the "Sorry"
slide. When confronted WBNS management said that they had no immediate plans to actually
air it but go pound sand and leave us alone. I actually went to a city council meeting with several
others to protest but got the same kind of answer as the city said they had no control over
programming, just the franchise areas.

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Braun did pick up several non-Avco/Crosley

stations. Among those that come to mind:

WHAS, then WDRB Louisville

WLEX Lexington, KY

WSAZ Huntington, WV

WZTV Nashville

WBIR Knoxville

even WLFL in Raleigh carried him for a time

When Multimedia bought WLWT, they wanted

to syndicate him but he refused, because he'd

have had to stop using local talent, which (to

him) was what the show was really all about.

As for Donahue (and somebody correct me on

this), I think the first stations outside the Avco/

Crosley group to pick him up were the Storer

stations. I remember WAGA picking him up in

December 1970, and WJBK Detroit may have picked

him up around the same time.

Retro: Atlanta/Chattanooga/Macon Saturday, August 8, 1964

From TV Guide, Georgia Edition:


WSB Ch. 2 Atlanta (NBC)

7 AM Spade And Hoe

7:30 Movie: "The Lost Volcano"

9 AM Mr. Magoo, Dick Tracy

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 Bullwinkle (COLOR)

12:30 Astroboy

1 PM Rocky And His Friends

1:30 Baseball: Dodgers at Milwaukee

Braves

4 PM Golf: Western Open (Third round)

(Time approximate)

5 PM Movie: "A Life In The Balance"

6:30 Newsroom

6:45 Byline

7 PM Arthur Smith

7:30 The Lieutenant

8:30 Joey Bishop (COLOR)

9 PM NBC Movie: "The Rains Of

Ranchipur" (COLOR)
11 PM Movies: "Stopover: Tokyo" (COLOR)

and "King Of Chinatown" (to 2:45)

WRCB Ch. 3 Chattanooga (NBC)

7:30 Western Movie (no title given)

8:30 Cartoon Time

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 Bullwinkle (COLOR)

12:30 Mr. Wizard

1 PM Mr. Magoo

1:20 Local News

1:30 Baseball: Dodgers at Milwaukee

Braves

4 PM NBC Sports Special (time approximate)

4:30 Chattanooga Wrestling

6 PM Wilburn Brothers

6:30 Flatt And Scruggs

7 PM Porter Wagoner

7:30 The Lieutenant

8:30 Joey Bishop (COLOR)


9 PM NBC Movie: "The Rains Of

Ranchipur" (COLOR)

11 PM Checkmate

sign off 12 Midnight

WAGA Ch. 5 Atlanta (CBS)

6:25 Farm News, News

6:30 Summer Semester: "Modern

Comparative Drama"

7 AM 4-H Hour

7:30 Jungle Jim

8 AM Captain Kangaroo

9 AM Alvin Show

9:30 Tennessee Tuxedo

10 AM Bugs Bunny (not the ones

airing on ABC)

10:30 Mighty Mouse

11 AM Rin Tin Tin

11:30 Men Of Destiny

11:45 Baseball Old Timers' Game

1 PM Baseball: Orioles at Yankees

(I think this was the year CBS

bought the Yankees.)

3:30 Rebel 300 (COLOR) (time approximate)


(Last complete race for one of the greats of the

time, Fireball Roberts, who was later burned

in a crash at Charlotte and died several weeks

later of pneumonia.)

4 PM Championship Wrestling (don't know where from,

but it's not Atlanta--that show was on Ch. 11)

5 PM Movie: "Sahara"

6:55 News, Weather

7 PM Littlest Hobo

7:30 Cracker Warmup

7:45 Baseball: Rochester Red Wings at

Atlanta Crackers

10 PM Gunsmoke (time approximate)

11 PM News, Weather

11:20 Movie: "Riders To The Stars"

sign off 12:55 AM

WTVC Ch. 9 Chattanooga (ABC)

7:30 Growing South

8 AM Tombstone Territory

8:30 Funtime

9:30 Bugs Bunny (delay from noon)

10 AM Hawkeye

10:30 Magic Land Of Allakazam


11 AM New Casper Cartoon Show

11:30 Beany And Cecil

12 N Mull's Singing Convention

1 PM Know Your Bible

(these last two would still be in these time

slots in the '70s)

1:30 American Bandstand (delay from 12:30)

2:30 Movie: "All Through The Night"

4 PM Olympic Trials: rowing, women's track

and field (and NBC had the Olympics

from Tokyo that year)

5 PM Wide World Of Sports

6:30 Sea Hunt

7 PM Hootenanny (delay from 7:30)

8 PM Ripcord

8:30 Lawrence Welk

9:30 Hollywood Palace

10:30 Men Into Space

11 PM Movie: "The Electronic Monster"

sign off 12:25 AM

WAII (WXIA) Ch. 11 Atlanta (ABC)

8 AM Adventures In Living

9 AM Magic Ranch
9:30 Bumbum And His Buddies

10 AM Heckle And Jeckle

10:30 Magic Land Of Allakazam

11 AM New Casper Cartoon Show

11:30 Beany And Cecil

12 N Bugs Bunny

12:30 American Bandstand

1:30 Movie: "Pygmy Island"

3 PM Top Star Bowling

4 PM Olympic Trials

5 PM Wilburn Brothers

5:30 Porter Wagoner

6 PM Grand Ole Opry

6:30 Live Atlanta Wrestling

7:30 Hootenanny

8:30 Lawrence Welk

9:30 Hollywood Palace

10:30 Stump The Stars

11 PM News, Weather

11:15 Movie: "Black Magic"

sign off 1:15 AM

WDEF Ch. 12 Chattanooga (CBS)

7:30 Cartoon Time


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 Pete Smith Comedies

11:45 Baseball Old Timers' Game

1 PM Baseball: Orioles-Yankees

3:30 Yancy Derringer (time approximate)

4 PM Golf: Western Open

5 PM Film Short

5:15 Movie: "Tarzan And The Huntress"

6:30 Peter Gunn

7 PM Amos 'n' Andy

7:30 Lucy-Desi Comedy Hour (Tallulah

Bankhead as "The Celebrity Next Door")

8:30 The Defenders

9:30 Summer Playhouse

10 PM Gunsmoke

11 PM Movie: "Abe Lincoln In Illinois"

sign off 12:50 AM

WMAZ Ch. 13 Macon (CBS/NBC/ABC)


6:30 Summer Semester

7 AM Farm Report

7:30 Lone Ranger

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 Baseball In Macon

11:45 Baseball Old Timers' Game

1 PM Baseball: Orioles-Yankees

3:30 Big Picture (time approximate)

4 PM Bugs Bunny (probably delay

from ABC, noon)

4:30 Film Feature

5 PM Bonnie Lou And Buster

5:30 Porter Wagoner

6 PM Eddie Cannon (local music show)

6:2