The Los Angeles Times from ,  on July 16, 1972 · Page 535
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TV TIMES ROCK STARS TOGETHER IN 'GOOD VIBRATIONS' The rock group Sha Na Na raises its hands in celebration as it helps bring in "Good Vibrations 72 from London," airing Tuesday at 9:30 p.m. on NBC (Channel 4). The rock special also features Joe Cocker, Me-lanie, Richie Havens and the Beach Boys. The show emanates from London's Crystal Palace Park and is emceed by the drummer of The Who, Keith Moon. ill 111 will ii iii m?:.. r-' , ,. . j'-PFViffsmMK , "wh - imp' v : ' wwra 4vw TOWKrrK - ' ir- um SERENDIPITY: LEARNING FUN FOR THE YOUNG Serendipity, KNBC's Emmy-winning children's series, is offering new shows for the summer (Sundays at 9 a.m. on Channel 4), and this means more televised field trips for the youngsters. Host Rudi Medina takes the children to places like the Music Center, Marine-land, horse ranches, aviaries and aboard the Queen Mary (below). Educational-fun is the primary mission. EMPEROR'S NEW CLOTHES' aw tmmtetintra m WlliraillMli7 VtWWttr l the Emperor's wish to have the linest suit of clothes in the world made for him, but he is tricked into wearing an invisible suit. The hour, adapted for television from the Prince Street stage production, presents 10 songs scored by Richard Hayman, principal orchestra for the Boston Pops. Alfredo Antonini conducts. PRINCE STREET PRESENTS The Pnnce Street players have dressed up the old children's fantasy, "The Emperor's New-Clothes," into a new musical production due Wednesday at 6 p.m. on KTTV (Channel 11). Featured (above) are Fred Grades as Chester the Jester, Will B. Able as the Emperor and Marcie Stringer as the Empress. The tale involves TV TIMES THREE

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