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C 2 THE COURiER-JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 25, 1939 BROADCAST O storer county & city TELEVISION HIGHLIGHTS WAVE-3 I WHAS-11 WLKY-32 I WDRB-41 I WBNA-21 I WKPC-15 I KET (NBC) Q (CBS) O ("CI O (IND.) () (IND.) (PBS) (PBS) CD Toddy This Morning Good Morning Scooby Doo Jettons Sesame Street Sesame Street Cont'd Cont d America Cont d My Little Pony -Snork n' Fnends S Sally Jessy Dick Van Dyke Live Regis & Jimmy Word Alive Sesame Street Voyage of the Raphael Kathie Lee Swaggart Mimi WKRP in Fletcher Marilyn Hickey Readalong I Cincinnati - Brothers I Sale of the Family Feud Bamaby Jones 700 Club Richard Captain It s Your World ' 1 n Century Rooerts Kangaroo . I II Classic Card Sharks Square One Read All ' Concentration Television About ft n Wheel of Price Is Right Home Bewitched Heritage 3-2-1 Contact Solve It Fortune Today Win. Lose or Sanford and Mister Rogers Art Chest , Draw Son ' - am Nsw New Growing Pains Dallas James French Chef lO . 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A t well-produced local newscast at '.that hour could siphon viewers I;from the local network affiliates' 11 '.' p.m. news programs, f "An early local newscast is going "."to catch many of those people who : have to go to work early," said Dor-kin. "We're also hoping to get the viewer who Just doesn't want to stay up until 11 p.m. to get the ;sports scores or find out what kind of weather they'll face in the morning." A 10 o'clock newscast could also boost WDRB's ratings. The station's 10 p.m. entertainment ratings haven't been that hot. And more " people are watching television at 10 "o'clock than at 11, which also gives WDRB a shot at bigger ratings. "I don't think we'd be taking a Ratings bath by jumping into this." Dorkin said. He feels that WDRB "could do at least as well as WLKY-32, which attracted only 12 percent rlof the J I pjn. audience in last November's Arbitron survey. - "The broadcast business is changing rapidly, and we have to change Twith it," Dorkin said. Basically the newscast move is a financial deci--sion. "More than $12 million of the '.$60 million In commercials bought in this market go on television news programs," Dorkin said. "That's a 25 Ashland. 29 Paducah. 29 Somerset, 31 Owensboro Henderson, 35 Madisonville. Bowling Green, 54 Covington, 68 Louisville. 1 prepares TOM DORSEY TV-RADIO CRITIC fifth of the revenues that WDRB was left out of because we don't have a news program." Dorkin has visited other cities to see how non-network stations do local news. "There are lots of them in big cities like Atlanta and Cleveland, but towns as small as Fresno, Calif., are doing it too." He said he's not interested in a rip-and-read newscast. "That would be a mistake. We have to do it right, or .not do it at all." Doing it right means hiring a news staff of about 15, including anchors, and weather and sports reporters. It would also require purchasing expensive equipment and building a studio set "I would expect to see our anchorpeople on the street and out reporting, especially since they won't have to do a 6 p.m. news," Dorkin said. A newscast also could do more than improve ratings and profits for Channel 41. It could be a big step in boosting the station's image in the community beyond the kids' cartoons and "Gilligan's Island" rerun label it has had. WDRB's affiliation with the Fox Broadcast Network already has boosted its standing. Fox plans to add some weeknights to its weekend schedule later this year. Channel 41 has scheduled top-rated repeats of such shows as "Cheers" BASIC CABLE CD - to field an and "Family Ties" in the past year. These are competing with syndicated shows like "Entertainment Tonight," even if they aren't beating them. The newscast and Dorkin's aggressive stance indicate that WDRB intends to be a real contender on the local TV scene. Dorkin is determined to make things "more interesting" for his competitors and better for WDRB's viewers. Bernscn encore WHAS-TV's Barry Bernson is on the road again for "People Magazine on TV" Friday. He plays a Perry Mason-type newsman in the case of "Who's Killing the Mustangs" at 8 p.m. on CBS-ll. Bernson has become a regular contributor to the "People Magazine" show. It's a family affair, with his wife, H. M. Goldman, serving as producer. Bernson traveled to the wilds of Nevada in pursuit of his latest story. "It's a search for the guys who killed more than 500 wild horses protected by federal law that roam Battle Mountain area in the northern part of the state," he said. Amanda's fund Last week Channel 11 broadcast a story about Amanda Hardin, a 3-year-old Louisville girl who needs $25,000 for an operation that doctors in Virginia say will guarantee that she will walk. Her stepfather recently lost one arm and both parents are unemployed. They have sold their home to pay bills. "There was a big response to the story," said Debbie Young, a friend who organized a drive to help 7 a.m. O Today Character actors (Part 3 of 3) 7:00 03 This Morning Actors Nick Nolte and Danny Glover 7:00 D Good Morning America Tennis champion Chris Evert and husband Andy Mill; Haing S. Ngor ("The Killing Fields") reports on conditions in Cambodia; Pat Sajak; exercises to alter the aging process, well-balanced meals, (cc) 9:00 O Sally Jessy Raphael Mothers who don t like their daughters' boyfriends. 9:00 CS Live Regis & Kathie Lee Actor Rod Steiger; how to get your children into show business; winter travel bargains. 11:00 9 Home Lowering heart attack risk (Part 3 of 5); "super teacher" competition finalists; keeping your car ready for rainy days. 4 p.m. CD Oprah Winfrey Keeping New Year's resolutions, (cc) 5:00 O Donahue Pen pals. 5:00 CD Geraldo Famous defense attorneys. ' 7:00 ID Entertainment Tonight Actress Susan Sarandon 7:30 O USA TODAY The increase of sex and foul language on television. 7:30 CD PM Magazine A family afflicted with AIDS. 8:00 O Unsolved Mysteries An Oregon teen-ager disappears at a carnival; a police officers killer is sought in Virginia; Northwestern shrimp fishermen vanish, (cc) 8:00 CO TV 101 Keegan suspects Vance's new girlfriend is an undercover narcotics agent; Dwight Kincheloe continues to miss classes. (Part 2 of 2) (cc) 8:00 CD Growing Pains Maggie's Working Mother of the Year Award triggers family memories, (cc) storer county O - storer army in news wars IUH1KV W IW.JUWWI''1 t'l t If v " m, .:. ' . ' . l' mt . '. ..-': Ml . x X 1 t V iT SV"- . ABC's "The Wonder Years," which stars Fred Savage, right, and Josh Saviano, has had a lot of reruns this season. Why? Amanda, "but some people didn't know where to send their contribution." A legal trust has been established and donors can send checks to: the Amanda Hardin Fund, co Citizens Fidelity Bank, 820 Eastern Parkway, Louisville, Ky. 40217. 'Wonder' why "Wonder Years" fans are getting weary of reruns. The top 10 show didn't get back on the air until Nov. 30 and then disappeared during December. Since its return in January it has reeled off two more reruns, including tonight's episode. "We know viewers are getting restless," said Justin Pierce, a 8:00 O Wonderworks "The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe " (Part 2 of 3) (cc) 8:00 P" Smithsonian World Examines recent advances in molecular biology and the increased responsibility that accompanies humanity's ability to shape nature (cc) 8:30 CD Head of the Class Maria hides her intellectual ability in order to attract the school "hunk." 9:00 O Night Court Flashbacks recall how the court staff incurred expenses totaling $954,768. 9:00 CO The Equalizer McCall confronts the issue of home-lessness when he comes to the aid of an unemployed carpenter. (R) 9:00 CD Wonder Years Kevin is led astray by a disreputable seventh-grader. (R) (cc) 9:00 im Championship Ballroom Dancing 1988 Juliet Prowse and former dance champion Terry Leone provide commentary on the Latin and modern divisions of the 1988 competition from Cleveland. 9:30 CD Hooperman After losing consciousness when TELEVISION MOVIES 1 p.m. CD FM Michael Brandon, Eileen Brennan. The disc jockeys of a rock-oriented Los Angeles radio station protest the management's decision to add more commercials. (1978) (2:00) 8:00 CD Flap Anthony Quinn, Claude Akins. A young Indian encounters governmental interference when he announces that Phoenix rightfully belongs to the Indians. (1970) (2:00) city PA ! J (.! spokesman for the producers in California, "but we're doing the best we can. That writers' strike really hurt us." The network has given the producers the go-ahead to do as many shows as they can this season. "After this week I think we'll be out of the rerun woods," Pierce said. The good news is "The Wonder Years" may continue through May with new episodes unlike some other series that will go into reruns as early as next month. Tom Dorsey's column appears Monday through Thursday in the Features section. if. -i v.;-.'::: shot, Hooperman is tormented by a fiendish "Devil." (cc) 10:00 O Nightingales Premiere: Director of student nurses Chris Broderick moves into Nightingale Residence Hall; student nurse Bridget Loring fears she's been found by an underworld figure, (cc) 10:00 03 Wiseguy Raglm tries to make sure murder charges against Pinzolo will stick. Eli seeks revenge against Pinzolo, who is planning to leave the country, (cc) 10:00 CD China Beach During the Tet offensive, McMurphy discovers that K.C. is addicted to heroin. Beckett is taken prisoner and Cherry White is trapped during an assault, (cc) 12:05 a.m. CD Pat Sajak Show George Burns; actors Meredith Baxter Birney, Theresa Russell and 81-year-old Nina Draxton; singer Patty Loveless. 1:30 O Later With Bob Costas Actor Ed Asner. 1:35 CO Night Heat O'Brien and Giambone investigate a brutal father-daughter double murder. (R) (cc): CloMd-captioned for the hearing Impaired. 9:00 CD My Little Chickadee W. C. Fields, Mae West. A con man and a woman of questionable morals become entangled in the hunt for a masked bandit in the Old West. (1940) (2:00) 12:30 a.m. CD Five Days From Home George Peppard, Neville Brand. A convict breaks out of prison in a desperate attempt to be reunited with his son. (1978) (2 00) Movlei are rated on a H iter system. RADIO PICKS Adventures in Good Music: The last of three programs about the instrument makers of Cremona. WUOL-FM (90.5) 11 a.m. Repeats at 9 p.m. Horizons: "Corridos: Musical Storytelling." Folk music that developed in Mexico in the late 1880s is still popular today in the Southwest. WFPL-FM (89.3) 11:30 a m. Radio Smithsonian: Experiments in gravity; women in the U.S. and Soviet space programs. WFPL-FM (89.3) noon. Midday Classics: Schubert s "Rosa-munde: Incidental Music"; Schumann's "Konzertstuck in F for Four Horns." WFPK-FM (91.9) noon Jazz Today: Clarinetist Dave Kling-man. WFPL-FM (89 3) 3 p.m. Instrumental Recital: Arthur Rubin-stem plays Bach's "Chaconne in D Minor." WUOL-FM (90.5) 4 p.m. Commuter Classics: Pachelbels Suite for Strings and Basso Continuo in B-flat; Piazzola s "Tango Suite." WFPK-FM (91.9) 4 p.m. Tafelmusik: Glinka's Overture to "A Life for the Czar." WUOL-FM (90.5) 5 p.m. Metz Here: "All Right. So You Win $3 Million in the Lottery . . . What Are You Going to Do With It?" WHAS (840) 9 p.m. Cleveland Orchestra: Delius' "Irme-lin: Prelude"; Tippett s Triple Concerto; Beethoven's Symphony No. 3 in E-flat, "Eroica." Daniel Maieske, violin; Robert Vernon, viola; Stephen Geber. cello -WFPK-FM (91.9) 9 p.m. Broadway by Night: "Anything Goes." Hal Linden, Eileen Rodgers. WUOL-FM (90 5) 10 pxn. Jazz Feature Album: Guitarist Barney Kessel s "Red Hot and Blues." WFPL-FM (89 3) 10 05 p.m. Late Night Classics: John Knowles Paine's Symphony No. 2. "Spring." WUOL-FM (90 5) 11 p.m.

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