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i in 01 I i:ni k jm kn i, Tii !ld , January 12. 19o2 A-13 eievision Moyers ' Series Begins Tonight HOLLYWOOD More by accident than bv grand design, January looks to be a banner month for public television; it certainly doesn't look very bannerry for anything else, except maybe influenza and frostbite. Public TV has long suffered from a creative frostbite of its own, but this month will see the introduction of more auspicious new programming than PBS has ever unveiled in such a brief period. The undisputed highlights are the premieres of "Creativity With Bill Moyers" (already airing in many cities); "Life On Earth," a magnificently photographed nature series from England; and "American Playhouse," a 25-week anthology that PBS calls "the most ambitious drama series in public television history." "Creativity" is the last public TV project Moyers completed before bounding back to CBS to be the Eric Sevareid (though definitely not the Eric Sobersides) of the '80s. His tick will make "Creativity" tick as well. The first prog ram, tonight (at 9 on Albuquerque's. KNME-TV 5), accompanies black poet Maya Angelou on a moving journey back to the small town in southwest Arkansas where she grew up; some memories were painful, some were hallowed, and all contributed to her need and talent for self-expression in later life. Angelou, who had a small role in the ABC TV version of "Roots," recalled childhood pleasures like discovering Shakespeare for herself ("I couldn't believe it that a white man could write so musically!") and such anguish as being jeered while walking through the white part of town and, later, the terrible trauma of rape. Another Moyers show (Feb. 2 at 9:30 p a) takes a sprigh-tlier look at another aspect of creativity; the inventor, whom Moyers calls "a very special breed." Harold Black, whose "negative feedback brainstorm" make long-distance phone calls possible, recalls euphoricaliy of his great moment, "I discovered it in a flash! I'd been working on it for six weeks, but the idea came to me in a flash!" Moyers asks, "What will be commonplace 20 years from now because some inventor is having a creative flash at this very moment?" Other inventions persued range from the sublime a machine to breathe for infants with respiratory arrest syndrome to the patented ridiculous, l'ke a spill-proof meatball sandwich. About the only complaint one could make of this show is the cutesy-wutesy acting troupe that pops up to illustrate various pivotal inventions, and the fact that in the studio portions, when he is on camera, Moyers is called upon to move and waltz and sashay about the room, no doubt in the interest of visual variety. Somebody should bolt old Bill to the studio floor so we can listen to what he's saying. Tom Shales is the Washington Post's syndicated TV columnist. KLKK-TV For About By WILL HOFFMAN Journal TV Editor A sale is pending for Albuquerque's first independent TV station, KLKK-TV, Channel 23. "There is nothing in a con-tract yet" but the sale is pending, said Greg Merrill of Logan, Utah, a represent ative of Chapman and Co. of Atlanta, brokers who have listed the station for sale. Neither the owner, Grants businessman Eddie Pena, nor the prospective buyer, Malcolm I. Glazer and Associates of Rochester, N.Y., could be reached for comment. Merrill decline to give details of the sale until it is completed. However, sources close to the station said the asking price is about $7 million. They also said Glazer plans to invest in the station to improve it and would take over operation 40 to 60 days after the sale is completed. Pena recently confirmed that he had placed the station on the market. Milt Ledet, the station manager until he was fired Dec. 13, said a sale of the station for $7 million was pending. TONIGHT KOB KNME KOAT KGGM KQSW KLKK SIN KTLA WTBS Sports Religion nick Tir CH.4 CH.5 CH. 7 CH. 13 CH. 14 CH.23 CH.48 CH. 5 CH.17 CH.S CH. R CH. 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Contact Ul 00 " Doctor In ABC News Alice Movie: Wanted: Dead " News " Karate Pattern The House Nlghtllne " "Five Or Alive " " " " For Living 30 Alfred Fantasy McCloud Branded Thriller " " " " The Hitchcock Island " Women" " " " Movie: " Camerons 00 Tomorrow " " ' " Saturday "Omar Super Bowl "jim 1 9 " " " Night Khayyam" Highlights Bakker JL fcrf30 News " " Sports " Center 0 Being Sold $7 Million Glazerowns three VHF network-affiliated stations: WTWO, Terre Haute, Ind.; WRBL, Columbus, Ga., and KQTV, St. Joseph, Mo. Pena owns more than 90 percent of Channel 23's stock. In 1980, when the station changed its call letters and dropped its affiliation with the Spanish International Network, Pena said he already had invested about S3 million in KLKK-TV. In 1978, he began buying out the station from its previous owners, Spanish Television of New Mexico The station began broadcasting in 1975 as KMXN-TV, with studio and transmitter at the Western Bank Building. Its original owners included former state Sen. Odis L. Echols, D-Curry, president; Clarence L. Holgerson, vice president; and, as board members, former state Sen. C.B. Trujillo, D-Taos; Herbert J. Taylor of Gallup; Albuquerque attorneys Lorenzo Chavez and Arturo Ortega, then-Bernalillo County Democratic Chairman Ed Romero and educators John Aragon, Sabine Ulibarri and the late Leon Marquez. y J 2 Author Maya Angelou In "Creativity" " ft II II li CREATIVITY Join Bill Movers for the premiere of this exciting 17 part series exploring creativity in America. Tonight. Bill Movers accompanies Mava Anuelou. .i star of the television series "Roots" and renowned XK-t-actress and singer, hack to her hometow n of Stamps. Arkansas, to uncover her own creative axils. An L'.xtrdonlimin TV event not to be missed! TOXIGIIT: "PORTRAIT OF MA YA AXGELOIT J:00 PM CIIAXXEL 5 Chevron MADE POSSIBLE BY A GRAXTFROM CHEIROX N TELEVISION TV Previews (Sportson TV and radio are listed ia Page 2 of today's sports section.) NEWS MAGAZINE: "Illustrated Daily," gubernatorial candidate interview, Fabian Chavez, former state senator. (7 p m. Channel 5) MOVIE: "Greased Lightning" (1977, Repeat). Richard Pryor gives an authoritative performance in this respectful biography of Wendell Scott, the first black professional racing-car driver. There's not enough grit but there are wonderful scenes, when Wendell comes home from World War II and encounters a hostile Beau Bridges (who later becomes his good friend). Sincere and enjoyable. Filmed largely on location in Georgia. (8 p.m. Channel 13) AMERICAN PLAY . . Wlmt television could be, should be, and perhaps must be" -Kenneth R. Clark, United Press International WITHBILL MOYERS Cg5 Todty'i lop Itienuoa tKnrt trt prmrmtdby TV Key't ntff at tiptrts who tlltod nVamli, fcrnmuov ind tntlyv tcnpt in Stw York. HOUSE: "The Shady Hill Kidnapping." (Premiere). Bravo to PBS for bringing original plays back to weekly TV. For the next 25 weeks, this ambitious series will present original works, adaptations of Broadway and off-Broadway plays and a miniseries which viewers should welcome with open arms. The premiere selection, a teleplay by John Cheever, takes a satirical look at a suburban family involved in what they think is a kidnapping of a 5-year-old boy. Cheever refines the ingredients of a routine sitcom with sophistication and wit. There's one false note Cheever's introduction of commercial interruptions hawking a youth elixir. All in all, however, this marks an auspicious beginning of a promising series. (8 p.m. Channel 5). O MB 1 y. A,buH .rr..- O K N M K 1 ' Q KOAT -TV (D K',(,M TV (QKGSU TV. 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