Thursday, January 28, 2016

Joseph Fiennes playing *that* Michael Jackson??!? you probably have already heard, a British TV-movie producer has cast Joseph Fiennes as the soul singer Michael Jackson in an upcoming production. Salon, predictably, has registered how boggledeth its collective mind hath become at Having noted such, I suggested something a bit different in the comments section, as is copied below:


 ...for decades, there was another famous Michael Jackson, a white South African native who emigrated to the U.S. and was a talk show host on KNX, KABC and KRLA in the Los Angeles market. He was eventually forced out of talk radio because he was a considerate and courteous liberal who refused to become a belligerent conservinazi in the wake of Lardass Limbaugh's bullying of the talk radio sub-industry. And he was constantly getting fan mail intended for the pop music Michael Jackson, and to a lesser extent vice versa. Even when the singer died, people started mistakenly placing memorials to him at the still-alive broadcasting namesake's star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. As should be obvious, either Joseph Fiennes or, for that matter, Ralph Fiennes could easily play the broadcasting Jackson with a helluva lot less makeup. And the idea of a comedy about the confusion of one Michael Jackson with another distinctly different Michael Jackson sounds a lot more promising than one trying to get laughs over Marlon Brando's morbid obesity in the wake of the WTC/Pentagon/Pennsylvania terrorist attacks...

+++ is a photo of the broadcasting Michael Jackson about midpoint through his very long tenure at KABC:

...of course, neither Ms. Taylor or Mr. Brando would likely be a part of such a story (did Michael Jackson ever have either Ms. Taylor or Mr. Brando on his KABC or KRLA programs?). Or am I simply so old-fashioned that such a story would actually only appeal to myself and the surviving Mr. Jackson?...

Wednesday, April 4, 2012

4 April 2012: The First 30 Songs on My iTunes Shuffle Playlist

1. "Skating" by George Winston (Vince Guaraldi's piece from the score for "A Charlie Brown Christmas")

2. "Somethin' You Got" by Alvin Robinson ('60s soul side)

3. "Granny Takes a Trip" by The Purple Gang (1967 psychedelic pop novelty)

4. "Only the Strong Survive" by The Electric Indian (studio instrumental version of the Jerry Butler hit)

5. "Who's The Fool" by Singin' Sammy Ward (one of Motown's earliest singles)

6. "Wonder What You'll Be" by The 4 Seasons

7. "If the River was Whiskey" by Charlie Poole & The North Carolina Ramblers (1930s country blues)

8. "Walking Down Lonesome Road" by The Merrymen (garage rock from Sweden)

9. "Big T" by Les Reveres (surf rocker)

10. "So Young" by Clyde Stacy & The Nitecaps ('50s schlock rock)

11. "Babylon" by Don McLean

12. "Innersanctum" by Jim Wolfe & The T-Towners (spooky surf rock instrumental)

13. "Got You Babe" by The Lincoln Street Exit (Native American psychedelic rockers from Albuquerque)

14. "Jealous Lover" by Martha Reeves & The Vandellas

15. "Get Rich Quick" by Little Richard (his very first RCA Victor single)

16. BEDROOM STEWARDESSES radio commercial (1968 West German sexploitation flick starring Curd Jürgens)

17. "Soul Girl" by Jeanne & The Darlings (Volt soul hit of the '60s)

18. "Satisfyin'" by The Brood (garage punk rocker)

19. "Dizzier & Dizzier" by Chano Pozo with Dizzy Gillespie & His Orchestra

20. "Leaning" by Robert Mitchum & Lillian Gish (the duet from the audio track of THE NIGHT OF THE HUNTER)

21. "Who's Sorry Now?" by Milton Brown (dynamite Western Swing version)

22. "Kiss" by Gwen Stefani, Alicia Keys and Missy Elliot (2004 BRIT Awards performance of the Prince tune)

23. "Model Village" by The Penny Peeps (1968 British psych rocker)

24. "April in Paris" by Charlie Parker (the "Bird with Strings" studio master)

25. "River Deep, Mountain High" by The Supremes & The Four Tops

26. "You Must Be a Witch" by The Lollipop Shoppe (legendary psychedelic rocker)

27. "Love 1985" by The Marketts (from the OUT OF LIMITS album)

28. "Every Little Thing" by The Beatles

29. "Come On" by The Sensational Saints of Ohio (solid Gospel)

30. "Skin Game Blues" by Peg Leg Howell ('20s Georgia blues)

Saturday, December 18, 2010

18 December 2010: The First 30 Songs on My iTunes Shuffle Playlist

1. "Safe as Milk" by Captain Beefheart & His Magic Band (rest in peace, Don)

2. "Soul Makossa" by Afrique (cover version of the Manu Dibango hit)

3. "Wedding Ring" by The Easybeats

4. "Angels of Grace" by Po' Girl (great blues from the Home to You album)

5. "She May Call You Up Tonight" by The Left Banke (mid-'60s popsters)

6. "Uncertain Love" by Slim Rhodes with Dusty & Dot (B-side of Rhodes' 1955 Sun Records country single "Don't Believe")

7. "Hold It" by Buddy Starr & The Starliners (Texas rockabilly instrumental)

8. "Stockyard Blues" by Floyd Jones (early Chicago blues classic from Jones' 1947 debut recording session)

9. "Get It On" by Chase

10. "I Heard It Through the Grapevine" by Marvin Gaye

11. "Komm mit auf den Hinterhof" by Buck & Sylvie (German cover of the Hello/Ace Frehley glam rock hit "New York Groove")

12. "Honky Tonkin'" by Willie Lewis & The String-Poppers (cover version of the Hank Williams classic)

13. "Roadrunner Baby" by The Roadrunners (Jackson, Michigan garage rockers from 1970, with a sample of Mel Blanc's cartoon voice dropped in)

14. "No Stranger Now" by Blind Boy Fuller (1940 Carolina Gospel blues)

15. "Time Has Come Today" by Steve Earle & Sheryl Crow (from the Steal This Movie soundtrack)

16. "She's a Woman" by The Beatles (from Live at the BBC)

17. "Queen Bee Drag Racin'" by the Demolition Doll Rods (Detroit's legendary garage/grunge rockers)

18. "I Found Myself a Brand New Baby" by Mike & The Modifiers (1962 Gordy Records doo-wop rocker)

19. "Duppy Conquorer" by Bob Marley & The Wailers (the Trojan version)

20. "Eye In The Sky" by Evergreen Blues (tasty pop funk from '69)

21. "Another Town, Another Train" by ABBA

22. "Instro" by Fausto (Portuguese psychedelia)

23. "Humanity (Part 2)" by Ennio Morricone (from his original score to the 1982 remake of The Thing)

24. "Double Duty Lovin'" by Eddie Bond (1955 Ekko Records boppin' 'billy)

25. "Bopsody in Blue" by Edgar Blanchard & The Gondoliers (1959 New Orleans instrumental jump blues)

26. "Boom Mag-azeno Vip Vay" by The Cashmeres (early R&B vocal group on Mercury)

27. "Hold Me Tight" by The Beatles (from Meet The Beatles!)

28. "Vox Wah Wah Spot" by The Electric Prunes (1967 radio commercial)

29. "Everything is Hotsy Totsy Now" by The Hotsy Totsy Boys with Duke Ellington (recorded on 8 June 1925 for Gennett, one of Sir Duke's very earliest recordings and one of the first records daring to use an African-American musician to accompany Caucasian vocalists -- consequently, the side wasn't commercially released and it only survived as a test pressing)

30. "Loe & Behold" by Sir Lord Baltimore (1971 hard rock from Black Sabbath's one-time opening act)

Thursday, December 16, 2010

15 songs on the iTunes playlist

...I just posted this note over at my Facebook page. I figure it would be just as good here, too...

...pilfered from Lisa Mickey Hard-Knox Fairclough: 

(1) Turn on your MP3 player or music player on your computer.
(2) Go to SHUFFLE songs mode.
(3) Write down the first 15 songs that come up--song title and artist--NO editing/cheating, please.
(4) Choose 15 people to be tagged. It is generally considered to be in good taste to tag the person who tagged you.If I tagged you, it's because I'm betting that your musical selection is entertaining, or at least amusing. To do this, go to "NOTES" under tabs on your profile page, paste these instructions in the body of the note, enter your 15 Shuffle Songs, Tag 15 people (under the post) then click Publish

...I'm giving y'all some bracing space so that you can get yourself ready for the first title on my list; just my luck, I get one that a lot of people would actually consider to be dirtier than even Zappa's "Dinah-Moe Humm" ;-) ...


1. "Come in my Mouth" by Tobie Columbus (from the Original Cast album of the 1974 Off-Broadway musical Let My People Come -- I DID NOT CHEAT ON THIS LISTING! IT'S ACTUALLY WHAT POPPED UP FIRST ON THE PLAYLIST!!! HONEST!!!!!)

2. "I'm a Real Glad Daddy" by Curtis Potter (1950s rockabilly side)

3. "Move Mister Man" by The Contours (1962 Motown single)

4. "The Blob" by The Five Blobs (theme song from the Steve McQueen flick)

5. "Red Hot" by Billy 'The Kid' Emerson (legendary Sun Records rockabilly classic)

6. "Got My Mojo Working" by Muddy Waters (the 1957 Chess Records single version)

7. "Lights" by Kim Fowley (psychedelic rock single he did for Loma Records in the U.S. and Parlophone in the U.K. from November 1966)

8. "Please Don't Call Me in the Morning" by Lonnie Donegan (from his 1999 Muleskinner Blues album)

9. "Hab Dank Für Jeden Tag" by Tina York (1977 German-language cover of The Kinks' "Days")

10. "Rhumba Chillen" by Albert Williams (1950s classic Sun Records blues side)

11. "Cherry Wine" by Little Esther with Johnny Otis & His Orchestra (1953 Federal Records blues hit)

12. "You Got What I Want" by The Moviees (1998 single from a Rochester, NY garage revival band)

13. "Go Ahead On" by Guitar Red (yet another Sun Records blues classic)

14. "I Have an Interest Over There" by The Five Blind Boys from Alabama (1948 side from the Golden Age of Gospel Music)

15. "Swing Low Sweet Cadillac" by Aggie Duke (1958 Beat Generation side)

...and for good measure, here's the next 15 sides:

16. "That Ain't Right" by Ada Brown with Fats Waller & His Rhythm (January 1943 blues side for Victor; coincidentially, Fats Waller died 67 years ago yesterday)

17. "Walk on the Wild Side" by Si Zentner (big band version of the title theme from the 1962 movie)

18. "Every Day I Write the Book" by Elvis Costello & The Attractions (the 1983 single)

19. "Phantom 309" by Edgar Buchanan (cover version of the Red Sovine country hit by the actor who played Uncle Joe on Petticoat Junction)

20. "Long Time" by Joan Jett & The Blackhearts (from the Glorious Results of a Misspent Youth LP)

21. "Slow Down" by Jack Earls & The Jimbos (another '50s rockabilly classic)

22. "Morgen Kommt Der Tag" by Manuela (German-language cover version of the 1966 Percy Sledge soul hit "Warm and Tender Love")

23. "Cruising for Burgers" by Frank Zappa & The Mothers of Invention (from the Uncle Meat album)

24. "Satan's Holiday" by The Lancasters (actually Ritchie Blackmore playing "In The Hall of the Mountain King" in 1965, produced by Kim Fowley)

25. "Shoot Your Shot" by Junior Walker & The All-Stars (1967 Soul Records single, pretty much a sequel to "Shotgun")

26. "What is Life" by George Harrison (the second single from the All Things Muss Pass album)

27. "Drizzle" by 14 (1968 British psychedelic rock single)

28. "Come To Me Darling" by Ruby Johnson (1966 Volt Records soul classic)

29. "Wicked Devil's Blues" by Robert Peeples (November 1929 Paramount Records blues side, recorded by an African-American singer in the then-lily-white town of Grafton, Wisconsin!)

30. "A Clockwork Orange" by Wendy Carlos (title theme from the movie of the same name)

Saturday, December 4, 2010

Radio Highlights for Tucson, December 5 & 6, 1941

...the last days before The War (for the U.S.A., anyway)...

Sources: Tucson Observer and Arizona Daily Star


550 KOY Phoenix (CBS)

610 KFRC San Francisco (Mutual)

620 KTAR Phoenix (NBC opt)

630 KVOD Denver (NBC Blue)

640 KFI Los Angeles (NBC Red)

680 KPO San Francisco (NBC Blue)

790 KECA Los Angeles (NBC Blue)

810 KGO San Francisco (NBC Blue)

820 WBAP Ft. Worth (NBC opt)

820 WFAA Dallas (NBC opt)

850 KOA Denver (NBC Red)

930 KHJ Los Angeles (Mutual)

1030 KOB Albuquerque (NBC opt)

1070 KNX Los Angeles (CBS)

1080 KRLD Dallas (CBS)

1160 KSL Salt Lake City (CBS)

1200 WOAI San Antonio (NBC opt)

1290 KVOA Tucson (NBC opt)

1400 KTUC Tucson (CBS)

Both newspapers used the designation “NBC-opt” to describe the affiliations of KTAR, WBAP, WFAA, KOB, WOAI and KVOA; by this, I’m assuming that these stations had the option of choosing programming from either Red or Blue. Both papers also listed KPO and KGO as above, with both stations affiliated with NBC Blue; in actuality, KPO was the Red Network affiliate for the Bay Area.




Adventure Stories, KGO

Kate Smith Hour, KTUC

Lucille Manner, KOA


Flying Patrol, KGO

Lum & Abner, KVOA


Information Please, KVOA

John Vandercook News, KGO


Tom Mix Stories, KGO


Waltz Time, KFI

What’s On Your Mind?, KTUC

Hollywood Adventures, KECA

The Playhouse, KRLD


Uncle Walter, KVOA

Michael & Kitty, KGO

First Nighter, KTUC


Ginny Simms, KTUC

A.P. Newscast, KGO


Wings of Destiny, KVOA

Shirley Temple Time, KTUC


Al Pearce, KTUC

Grand Central Station, KFI

Bernie Walker, KGO


Fred Waring, KVOA

Amos ‘n’ Andy, KNX


Lum & Abner, KFI

Lanny Ross, KNX


Gangbusters, KGO

The Playhouse, KTUC

Jimmy Dorsey, KRLD

Music for Everyone, KVOA


Kate Smith Hour, KNX

CBS Newscast, KRLD

Pigskin Party, KVOA


Newscast, KVOA




News, KTUC


Breakfast Club, KVOA


News, KTUC


Kay Thompson, KTUC


The Band Played On, KVOA


Our Barn, KVOA

Old Dirt Dauber, KTUC


Theater of Today, KTUC


Let’s Pretend, KTUC


Voice of Broadway, KTUC

America the Free, KVOA



Metropolitan Opera, KVOA

Of Men and Books, KTUC


USC Vs. UCLA Football, KTUC


American Festival, KTUC

Little Old Hollywood, KVOA



Frank Graham, KTUC

Who Won the Game?, KSL

This World, KGO

Guy Lombardo, KRLD


Anita Carroll, KTUC

The Ran Wilde Orchestra, KVOA


Stoker’s Orchestra, KPO

Boy Meets Band, KVOA

Hobby Lobby, KRLD

Hollywood & Vine, KSL


Saturday News Review, KTUC


Public Affairs, KTUC

Hawaii Calls, KFRC


Elmer Davis News, KTUC


National Barn Dance, KFI

Message of Israel, KVOA

Your Hit Parade, KTUC


Toscanini Concert, KVOA

Sports Scores, KNX


Saturday Night Serenade, KNX


R.P. Patterson, KFI

Public Affairs, KTUC


Grand Ole Opry, KVOA

Juan Arvisu, KTUC


Bishop & Gargoyle, KVOA


Ask Young America, KVOA

Hobby Lobby, KNX

Public Affairs, KTUC

Playhouse, KOA


Fun Fables, KOA


W. Winter, KNX


A.P. Newscast, KVOA

Your Hit Parade, KNX

H.V. Kaltenborn, KOA

Truth or Consequences, KFI


Newscast, KTUC, KVOA


A.P. News, KVOA



Two-Round Jamboree, KGO


Bradley Songtime, KNX

Melodies by Martha, KSL


Sports Scripts, KOA


The World on Parade, KGO

Chet Huntley news, KNX

Martha Mears, KSL

Weiner, violinist, KPO


Blue Moonlight, KPO




A.P. Newscast, KNX

Monday, November 29, 2010

Tucson and Phoenix TV Listings, December 8, 1980

Source: Arizona Daily Star


3 – KTVK Phoenix (ABC)

4 – KVOA Tucson (NBC)

5 – KPHO Phoenix (independent)

6 – KUAT Tucson (PBS)

8 – KAET Phoenix (PBS)

9 – KGUN Tucson (ABC)

10 – KOOL Phoenix (CBS)

11 – KZAZ Nogales (independent)

12 – KPNX Mesa (NBC)

13 – KOLD Tucson (CBS)

40 - K40AC Tucson (translator of KTVW 33 Phoenix, then affiliated with the Spanish International Network; SIN became Univision a few years later, and K40AC is now K48GX on Channel 48, a translator of Telefutura affiliate KFTU-CA 34 Tucson)



13 Pima Community College


4 Reportaje de Noticias


3 College Classes

4 Multiversity

5 700 Club

10/13 Monday Morning

11 PTL Club

12 Viewpoint


3 Daybreak Arizona

4 Health Field

8 Economics Exchange

9 Richard Simmons

12 Hogan’s Heroes


3/9 Good Morning America

4/12 Today

5 Wallace & Ladmo

8 Antiques

10/13 Captain Kangaroo


8 Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood


5 The Flintstones

8 Sesame Street

10 The Jeffersons

11 Superman

13 The Price is Right


5 Open House

10 Alice

11 Leave it to Beaver


3/9 The Love Boat

4/12 Wheel of Fortune

5 The Merv Griffin Show

6 The Electric Company

8 3-2-1 Contact

10 The Price is Right

11 Carol Burnett & Friends

13 Donahue


4/12 Password Plus

6 Educational TV

8 The Electric Company

11 That Girl


3/9 Family Feud

4/12 Card Sharks

6/8 Sesame Street

10 Face the Music

11 700 Club

13 Alice


3/9 Ryan’s Hope

4/12 The Doctors

5 Donahue

10 Search for Tomorrow

13 As the World Turns


3 11 AM

4/12 Days of Our Lives

6 Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood

8 Masterpiece Theatre

9 All My Children

10 The Young and the Restless

11 News


3 The Edge of Night

5 News

6 Over Easy

13 The Young and the Restless



3/9 One Life to Live

4/10/12 News

5 I Love Lucy

6 Personal Finance

8 Julia Child and More Company

11 Nogales Report


4 Las Vegas Gambit

5 The Andy Griffith Show

6 Presente!

8 Slim Cuisine

10 As the World Turns

11 You Bet Your Life (Buddy Hackett version)

12 Password Plus

13 News


3/9 General Hospital

4/12 Another World

5 Bewitched

6 Educational TV

8 Cosmos

11 The Mike Douglas Show (guests are Ingrid Bergman, Jean Stapleton, Harry Chapin, Rick Berger and Howard Ruff)

13 Search for Tomorrow


5 I Dream of Jeannie

6 The Advocates In Brief (William Rusher and Barney Frank debate marijuana legalisation; James Buckley, Dr. Lester Grinspoon and Dr. Robert DuPont are witnesses)

10/13 The Guiding Light


3 All My Children

4/12 Texas

5 The Big Valley

6 The Dick Cavett Show

8 As We See It

9 The Edge of Night

40 Sossa


6 Bill Moyers’ Journal

8 Villa Alegre

9 Movie (“Four Daughters” 1938, with the Lane Sisters, Claude Rains and John Garfield)

10 One Day at a Time

11 Sanford & Son

13 The Jeffersons

40 Juventude


3 Sanford & Son

4 The Merv Griffin Show (guests are Tom Wopat, Shecky Greene and Carlene Carter)

5 The Tom & Jerry and Bugs Hour

8 Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood

10 The John Davidson Show

11 Bugs Bunny/Woody Woodpecker

12 Carol Burnett & Friends

13 One Day at a Time


3 All in the Family

6 The Magic of Oil Painting

8 Sesame Street

11 Scooby Doo

12/13 Hour Magazine (segments include an interview with Robert Guillaume)

40 Al Roho Vivo


3 The Mike Douglas Show

5 Gilligan’s Island

6 Sesame Street

11 The Addams Family

40 Sandra y Paulina


4/12 World of People

5 Starsky & Hutch

8 3-2-1 Contact

9 M*A*S*H

10 To Tell The Truth (Robin Ward version)

11 Gilligan’s Island

13 News


4/9/10/12/13 News

6 Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood

8 Sesame Street

11 I Dream of Jeannie

40 Muchacha Del Barrio


3/9 ABC World News Tonight

4/12 NBC Nightly News with John Chancellor

5 The Brady Bunch

6 Villa Alegre

10/13 CBS Evening News with Walter Cronkite

11 Bewitched



3/4/10/12 News

5 Happy Days Again

6 3-2-1 Contact

8 Over Easy

9 That’s Incredible

11 Wonder Woman

13 PM Magazine

40 Marcha (the title is in two words, the second is blurred on the microfilm image – anyone have any idea what the complete title on this one is?)


3 PM Magazine

4/12 Tic Tac Dough

5 M*A*S*H

6 Over Easy (guests include Buster Crabbe)

8 The MacNeil/Lehrer Report

10/13 Family Feud

40 Reportero 41


3/9 ABC Monday Night Football (New England at Miami)

4/12 Little House on the Prairie

5 Barney Miller

6 The MacNeil/Lehrer Report

10/13 Flo

11 Movie (“Flying High,” the pilot TV-movie for the failed CBS series of 1978)

40 Cristina Bazan


8 The Dancing Princesses (I’m assuming the staggered starting time is due to a KAET membership drive)


5 The Rockford Files

6 Tucson City Council

10/13 The Ladies’ Man


4/12 A Tribute to Chet Atkins (Two-hour Nashville-based special featuring Atkins, The Statler Brothers, Ray Stevens, The Charlie Daniels Band, Bobby Bare, Tom T. Hall, Floyd Cramer, Roger Miller and Charley Pride)

10/13 M*A*S*H

40 Colorina

(The assassination of John Lennon took place during the next half hour in New York City. Kathleen Sullivan, on the then-infant Cable News Network, presented the first national TV bulletin of the shooting, a few minutes before Lennon’s death was announced at Roosevelt Hospital in New York. Howard Cosell interrupted the Patriots-Dolphins game with the first nationwide terrestrial TV bulletin of Lennon’s death. On the East Coast, an NBC utility announcer – Fred Facey, perhaps? – broke into The Best of Carson over an “NBC News Bulletin” graphic with NBC’s first network bulletin; jarringly, with no more information than the simple announcement, NBC went back to Johnny Carson’s comedy piece. Obviously, as Carson’s show hadn’t yet begun in the Mountain and Pacific Time zones, a separate bulletin was fed, presumably from Los Angeles, interrupting the Chet Atkins special or Little House on the Prairie. As for CBS, I know that Connie Chung did a KNXT Newsbreak headline report locally in Los Angeles, but I have not ever seen or heard the aircheck of a CBS-TV bulletin about the murder. I assume CBS broke into their rerun of Quincy on the East Coast, House Calls or Lou Grant in the Mountain zone, and local fringe programming or Flo on the West Coast.)


5 The Bob Newhart Show

10/13 House Calls

40 Chespirito


5 The Odd Couple

10/13 Lou Grant

11 Independent Network News


5/11 News

40 Hogar Dulce Hogar


3/9 To Be Announced


3/4/9/10/12/13 News

5 The Hollywood Squares

11 The Twilight Zone

40 Aprendiendo a Amar


3/9 ABC News Nightline (unsure of why the Star’s listings indicate this to be only 20 minutes long; obviously, that night it turned out to be much longer)

4/12 The Best of Carson (guests are Dick Van Dyke, Mary Tyler Moore and Dick Van Patten)

5 Prisoner: Cell Block H

10 Quincy

11 Fred Snowden

13 The Benny Hill Show


8 Movie (“Topper”)


3 That’s Incredible

9 Vega$


5 Movie (“The Two Mrs. Carrolls”)

6 The Captioned ABC News

11 Movie (“Hell is For Heroes”)

13 Quincy


40 Noche a Noche


4 Tomorrow with Tom Snyder (the following night’s show will be a repeat of Snyder’s 1975 interview with John Lennon, plus a new interview with Jack Douglas, who’d been producing the recording session John Lennon and Yoko Ono had been conducting this evening, and rock writer Lisa Robinson; it will be released on home video about five years later)

12 The Morecambe & Wise Show


10 The New Avengers


3 Movie (“Stars and Stripes Forever”)

9 Movie (“The Fighting Kentuckian”)


12 Tomorrow with Tom Snyder


13 The New Avengers


8 The Dick Cavett Show


10 Where the Jobs Are


4/5 News

11 Get Smart