Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on July 6, 1975 · Page 73
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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 73

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Julv? ^CHARLESTON WCHS-TV CBS HUNTINGTON WSAZ-TV NBC HUNTINGTON WOWK-TV ABC OAK HILL WOAY-TV ABC , BLUEFIELD WHIS-TV NBC ROANOKE WDJB-TV CBS ROANOKE WSLS-TV NBC CLARKSBURG W BOY-TV NBC PARKERSBURG WTAP-TV NBC HUNTINGTON WMUL-TV PBS-EEN GRANDVIEW WSWP-TV PBS-EEN Morning 6:30 ® Today on the Farm (B Arthur Smith O Bible Answers CD Town Crier . · Good News 6:45 7:00 Morning Report Today CD Network News (£ A.M. America Network gets blame in old public service commercials , 8:00 O CD Capt. Kangaroo O Sesame Street 8:30 CD Sesame Street 9:00 5) Coffee Break 0A.M. QD © New Zoo OS © Phil Donahue OLucy CD Artie Levin CDD.J. OTBA 9:30 QD Romper Room 0 Barbara Walters © Cartoons CD Films 0 Galloping Gourmet CD Musical Chairs 0 New Zoo (!) Hathayoga 10:00 O S) ® © © Celebrity Sweepstakes O CD Spin Off ; 0 Dinah GD Barbara Walters O Body Shop CD Making Things Grow 10:30 OS)®©® Wheel of Fortune O CD Gambit GD Rev. Adkins 8 Designing Women CD Flower Show 11:00 O S ) ® © ® High Rollers O CD Tattletales QD Friends, Neighbors OTBA CD Love Tennis hi: 30 O S ) ® © ® Hollywood Squares O CD Love of Life : 0 GD Brady Bunch ; CD Mister Rogers -Afternoon 1:30 O S) ® © S Days of Our Lives O CD As World Turns 0 GD Let's Make a Deal O Folk Guitar 2:00 0 CD Guiding Light 0 (D $10,000 Pyramid O Consumer Survival CD Dialogue 2:30 O CD Edge of Night O S ) ® © © Doctors O S) Rhyme Reason O Book Beat 3:00 O CD New Price O CD ® © © Another World O GD General Hospital O Sinners CD Antiques 3:30 O CD Match Game 0 GD One Life to Live CD Yoga and You 4:00 O Musical Chairs O Mr. Cartoon Kaaawha Cable Channel 12 MONDAY Morning 9:00 "Flight to Mars" 10:30 Bingo 11:30 R Mallory 12:00 Elmers Tune . Noon 2:00 "Daisy Kenyon" 3:30 "Claudia" 5:00 Profile 5:30 The Answer 6:00 TEA 7:30 Town Fair Show S) © ffl Somerset ® Gilligan's Island (D Bonanza 0 Mike Douglas GD You Don't Say O CD Sesame Street 4:30 O Mickey Mouse O Bewitched S) Corner Pyle ® Andy Griffith © Family Affair ©Bonanza GD Movie 5:00 O CD FBI O Andy Griffith ® Batman * © O Ironside O CD Mister Rogers Neighborhood S) Bonanza 5:30 O Hillbillies ® Get Smart ® Family Affair O Electric Co. CD Hodgepodge Lodge Evening 6:0003)® ©©OCDOC!) Local News, weather, sports O Assignment CD Electric Co. 6:30OS)®©©OCD0C!) Network News O Body Shop CD Yoga 7:00 O © Truth or Consequences S) Porter Wagoner ® Ironside (S) Wally's Workshop O What's My Line CD Klassroom Kwiz 0 Candid Camera ® Water World O Yoga You (D Let's Garden 7:30 O Nashville Music © Untamed World 0 To Tell'the Truth © Community Report O $25,000 Pyramid S) CD Hollywood Squares GD Animal World O Episode CD Victory At Sea 8:00 O S) ® © © Baseball O CD News Special 0 GD Rookies O CD Broken Treaty 9:00 O Maude . 0-QDSWAT. (D Movie . 12:00 O GD 99 99 Marble Machine · 0 92) Local News -· CD Young Restless O GD Show Off s 8 Mister Rogers d) Hodgepodge Lodge 12:30OGD92)99 Jacpot '99 Local News O CD Search for Tomorrow ; 0 GD All My. Children : a 2) Electric Co. , 1:00 ©GB Local News ; ® Somerset · 92) Jackpot ·· 99 Barbara Walters I O Phil Donahue CD Panorama ; 0 CD Ryan's Hope ' i ' 8 Zoom : (D Firing Line '4* Capitol CaWe Channel 10 MONDAY Morning 9:00 "A Yank, in the RAF" 11:00 Home Digest Noon 12:00 "Outrage" 2:00 "Man Hunt" 4:30 "The Outcast" Evening 6:30 Home Digest 8:00 "The Three Sisters" 10:00 Profile 10:30 "Outrage" 9:30 0 Rhoda a One of a Kind (!) Family At War 10:00 a Sinners QD (D Caribe 0 CD Medical Center 10:30® Straight Talk cal news, weather, sports a Captioned News 11:30 OS)®©® Tonight 0 CD Movie (D ® Wide World a Janaki 1:001 i Tomorrow By Jay Fredericks I wrote something here a couple of Sundays ago about the need for new public service radio commercials since a number of those now being broadcast have been on the air practically since Marconi invented the crystal set. Marilyn Fletcher, who is operations manager at WTIP-WTIO, writes to tell me that she is in full agreement - and that the repeated (and repeated and repeated ad nau- seum) pleas for the Girls Clubs of America, the National Safety Council, the American Cancer Society, etc. are the fault not of the local stations but of the network. . "You would certainly expect a large network (such as NBC) to do their homework as well or better than we do," she says, "but such is not the case." And WTIP General Manager Mel Burka tells me that he has asked and asked and asked the network to change the public service messages but to no avail. "I think the trouble," he said, "is laziness." Anyway, it's nice to know that the station recognizes the problem and is trying, at least, to correct it -- although without network cooperation there's little they can do. Just one more thing, Marilyn and Mel -- who do we contact about throwing away those nauseous Certs commercials? The fall television season opens Sept. 8 -- officially. But NBC-TV is planning to steal a march on the opposition by launching four new shows a week ahead of time. On Sept. 4, NBC will premiere "The Montefuscos," "Fay" and a new two-hour episode of "Medical Story." On Sept. 7, the network will show the first episode of "The Family Holvak." CBS will get an even earlier start with its "Upstarrs Downstairs" copy, "Beacon Hill." That will begin Aug. 26. erage of six hours and 11 minutes a day which seems like a lot. But it gets us no better than a second place tie with Canada in the world television watching sweepstakes. Honors, according to Les Brown of the New York Times, go to the Japanese who watch television an average of seven hours and 17 minutes each day. The Japanese, according to Brown, are the hands down winners for looking at television in the morning. Five of Japan's 10 most popular shows are on the air between 7 a.m. and 9 a.m. Television mad citizens of the United States watch the tube an av- Brown also tells me that the single program with the largest audience in television history is -guess what - "The Wizard of Oz." "Of the thousands of movies that have played on network television," writes Brown, "the 25 all time highest rated are led, in order, by 'Airport,' 'Love Story,' 'The Godfather' (second half), 'The Poseidon Adventure,' 'True Grit,' 'The Birds,' 'Patton,' 'The Bridge On The River Kwai,' 'The Godfather'(first half), and'BenHur.' In llth place is 'The Wizard of Oz,' for its telecast in December, 1959. It is also in 12th place for January 1964 showing. And in 14th place (January, 1965), and in 16th :November, 1956), and 21st (December, 196Z) and 23rd (January, 1960) and 25th (December, 1961)." That makes seven .times "The Wizard of Oz" has been on the top 25 list. While most movies have no more than two, sometimes three, network plays before being syndicated to local stations, "The Wizard of Oz" has been on the network (networks, really, since it's been featured by CBS and NBC) a total of 16 times and recently was sold for five more showings on CBS at a price of around $1 million per showing. [THE SALE YOU'VE BEEN WAITING FOR; OUTDOOR FURNITURE 25%T040%OFF PRICES APPIT TO OUR ENTIRE OUTDOOR FURNITURE INVENTORY Our store-wide inventory of outdoor furniture'is available at fantastic prices. Famous name brands reflect style, quality and craftsmanship. Choose from lounges, chairs, rockers, tables, umbrella tables, sette'es and porch shades. Different styles and name brands available in redwood, aluminum and fibered materials. Prices in effect while quantities last. OPEN MONDAY NIGHTS UNTIL9 P.M. 615 TENNESSEE AVE. 346-0539 July 6,1,975, Sunday Gazette-Mail

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