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here’s your weekend channel guide.
No changes this weekend to our regular schedule.
our channel4 tv marathon this weekend is Bluebloods. this is another listener request.
bluebloods is mostly described. it’s about a family headed by tom celek who is the new york PD commissioner. his father was the former commissioner and two sons are NYPD officers and a daughter works in the public defenders office. i think the writing for this show is great. i really enjoy it myself.
as many of you know i’m sure, gene wilder died this past week. he played in many film comedies. mike has put together some of his movies for the weekend movies line up. stop in and be prepared to laugh.
thanks for listening everyone.
Denise and the TLF team
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all times eastern. use the letter H to move through the headings to the channel you’re looking for. then arrow down to here show times. Use jaws find- control plus F and type in DVS to find described shows.
Channel1 Situation Comedies, saturday, Oldies but Goodies
Petticoat Junction- 8:00AMPM
Family Affair- 9:00AMPM
The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis- 10:00AMPM
The Flying Nun- 10:30AM and PM
The Real McCoys- 11:00AMPM
My Favorite Martian- 11:30AMPM
The Donna Reed Show- 12:00PMAM
The Brady Bunch- 1:00PMAM
Andy Griffith- 2:00PMAM
Mr Ed- 3:00PMAM
full House- 4:00PMAM
Dick Van Dyke- 5:00PMAM
My Three Sons- 6:00PMAM
The Courtship of Eddies Father- 7:00PMAM
Channel1 Situation Comedies, Sunday
Gilligan’s Island- 8:00AM, 4:00PM, 12:00AM
That Girl- 9:00AM, 5:00PM, 1:00AM
Green Acres- 10:00AM, 6:00PM, 2:00AM
Hazel- 11:00AM, 7:00PM, 3:00AM
Leave it to Beaver- 12:00PM, 8:00PM, 4:00AM
Happy Days- 1:00PM, 9:00PM, 5:00AM
Mr Belvedere- 2:00PM, 10:00PM, 6:00AM
Charles in Charge- 3:00PM, 11:00PM, 7:00AM
Game shows Galore!
Whammy/Press Your Luck, Pyramid games – 8:00AM, 4:00PM, 12:00AM
Catch 21, Card Sharks – 8:45AM, 4:45PM, 12:45AM
Match Game, Hollywood Squares- 9:30AM, 5:30PM, 1:30AM
Password- 10:30AM, 6:30PM, 2:30AM
Legend of the Hidden Temple- 11:00AM, 7:00PM, 3:00AM
Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego- 11:30AM, 7:30PM, 3:30AM
The Price is right current – 12:00PM, 8:00PM, 4:00AM
Celeberty Family Feud 2016 – 12:45PM, 8:45PM, 4:45AM
Match Game 2016 – 1:30PM, 9:30PM, 5:30AM
The $100,000 Pyramid 2016 – 2:15PM, 10:15PM, 6:15AM
the flintstones- 3:00PM, 11:00PM, 7:00AM
The Jetsons- 3:30PM, 11:30PM, 7:30AM
Channel2 Variety Programming, Sunday
Diagnosis Murder- 8:00AM, 4:00PM, 12:00AM
Moonlighting- 9:00AM, 5:00PM, 1:00AM
Cagney and Lacy- 10:00AM, 6:00PM, 2:00AM
Cannon- 11:PM, 7:00PM, 3:00AM
Six Million Dollar Man- 12:00PM, 8:00PM, 4:00AM
Wonder Woman- 1:00PM, 9:00PM, 5:00AM
The Incredible Hulk- 2:00PM, 10:00PM, 6:00PM
Batman- 3:00PM, 11:00PM, 7:00AM
The Adventures of Superman- 3:30PM, 11:30PM, 7:30AM
Channel3 Education, Games and Reality Programming, Saturday
The Simpsons, DVS- Sat. 8:00AM, 4:00PM, Sun. 12:00AM, Mon. 12:00AM
King of the hill- Sat.8:45AM, 4:45PM, Sun.12:45AM, Mon.12:45AM
Knight Rider- Sat.9:30AM, 5:30PM, Sun.1:30AM, Mon.1:30AM
Dual Survival- Sat. 10:30AM, 6:30PM, Sun. 2:30AM, Mon. 2:30AM
The show features a pair of survival experts in predetermined scenarios while in challenging environments without specialized equipment.
Two and a Half Men, sitcom- Sat. 11:15AM, 7:15PM Sun. 3:15AM, Mon. 3:15AM
The Dukes of Hazzard- Sat. 12:pm, 8:00PM, Sun. 4:00AM, 8:00PM, Mon. 4:00AM
The A Team- Sat. 1:00PM, 9:00PM Sun. 5:00AM, 9:00PM, Mon. 5:00AM
American action-adventure series, about a fictional group of ex–U.S. Army Special Forces personnel who, after being imprisoned as war criminals “for a crime they didn’t commit”, escape and, work as soldiers of fortune.
Bob’s Burgers, DVS – Sat. 2:00PM, 10:00PM, Sun. 6:00AM, 10:00PM, Mon. 6:00AM
Bob and his family own and operate their own restaurant. needless to say, they are not exactly the most polished and professional or conventional managers. this is an adult animated show.
Married with Children, sitcom- Sat. 3:00PM, 11:00PM, Sun. 7:00AM, 11:00PM, Mon. 7:00AM
Channel3 Education, Games and Reality Programming, Sunday
Your Story Hour- 8:00AM, 4:00PM
childrens’ stories with a christian theme. suitable for adults too.
Davey and Goliath- 8:30AM, 4:30PM
listen along to a fine adventure of davey and his best pal goliath his faithful dog and often his conscience.
Adventures in Odissy- 8:45AM, 4:45PM
Young people grapple with life’s road bumps and must make good decisions.
Down Gilead Lane- 9:15AM, 5:15PM
Follows a number of families as they grapple withhow to best live their lives in a faith filled manner.
Left behind series, adults – 10:15AM, 6:15PM
What would you do if suddenly a friend or family simply disappeared leaving you behind? radio dramatization of the popular novels.
Left behind series, kids – 11:05AM, 7:05PM
a radio dramatization of the popular novels oriented toward young people. suited for adults as well.
Sunday Afternoon, BBC Block
Various dramas- Wed.8:00AM, Fri.8:00AM and Sun.12:00PM/Noon
Various dramas- Wed9:30AM, Fri9:30AM and Sun 1:30PM
Various dramas- Wed.11:00AM, Fri. 11:00AM and Sun. 3:00PM
Channel4 Variety programming, Show Marathon
Bluebloods is our TV marathon for this weekend – saturday 8:00AM through 8:00AM monday morning when regular programming begins.
show sets begin at the top of the hour
Channel5 Variety Programming, Saturday, Kids Front and Center
The Patty Duke Show- 8:00AM, 4:00PM, 12:00AM
A Different World- 9:00AM, 5:00PM, 1:00AM
California Dreams- 9:45AM, 5:45PM, 1:45AM
Dennis the Menace- 10:30AM, 6:30PM, 2:30AM
The Wonder years- 11:15AM, 7:15PM, 3:15AM
The Facts of Life- 12:00PM, 8:00PM, 4:00AM
Boy Meets World- 1:00PM, 9:00PM, 5:00AM
Silver Spoons- 2:pm, 10:00PM, 6:00AM
The Partridge Family- 3:00PM, 11:00PM, 7:00AM
Channel5 Variety Programming, Sunday
Some not forgotten favorites
Different Strokes- 8:00AM, 4:00PM, 12:00AM
The Bernie Mack Show, DVS and NonDVS – 9:00AM, 5:00PM, 1:00AM
Seinfeld- 9:45AM, 5:45PM, 1:45AM
Grace Under Fire- 10:30AM, 6:30PM, 2:30AM
Frasier- 11:15AM, 7:15PM, 3:15AM
Sandford and Sons- 12:PM, 8:00PM, 4:00AM
Fresh Prince of Bel Aire- 1:00PM, 9:00PM, 5:00AM
The Jeffersons- 2:00PM, 10:00PM, 6:00AM
Amen- 3:00PM, 11:00PM, 7:00AM
Channel6 Old Time Radio, OTR
8:00AM- Variety of crime detective stories
9:00AM- Variety of suspense, horror, macobre stories
These will alternate all weekend with new episodes playing so drop in several times if you like.
Regular programming begins on Monday at 8:00AM
Earlier this week, we lost geen wilder. I believe he was 83. You may best remember him as Willy Wonka. He played star roles in other films as well and this weekend, we will pay tribute to his acting career. All times are eastern and the plot summaries will give you movie details.
the producers DVS: midnight, 8 AM and 4 PM
Thursday’s game DVS: 1:30 AM, 9:30 AM and 5:30 PM
Blazing Saddles NDVs: 3:15 AM, 11:15 AM and 7:15 PM
See no evil, hear no evil DVS: 5 AM, 1 PM and 9 PM
Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory DVS: 6:30 AM, 2:30 PM and 10:30 PM
Channel8 Musical Madness
Saturday’s theme is Boot Scootin’ Saturdays on Music Madness featuring the best in new country and all of those classics from artists such as: Carrie Underwood, Kenny Rogers, Florida Georgia Line and Dolly Parton
Sunday is smoothe jazz sunday.
the producers DVS:
Down-on-his-luck theatrical producer Max Biyalistok is forced to romance rich old ladies to finance his efforts. When timid accountant Leo Bloom reviews Max’s books, the two hit upon a way to make a fortune by producing a sure-fire flop. The play which is to be their gold mine? “Springtime for Hitler.”
Thursday’s game DVS:
Harry Evers and Marvin Ellison have been playing poker Thursday nights with their friends for years. When a disagreement breaks up the game, they decide to continue meeting and doing different things together, instead of staying home with their wives. When the wives find out that the games stopped some time ago, they are a quite upset. Just what have they been doing on Thursday nights.
Blazing Saddles NDVs:
Vulgar, crude, and occasionally scandalous in its racial humor, this
hilarious bad-taste spoof of Westerns, co-written by Richard Pryor, features
Cleavon Little as the first black sheriff of a stunned town scheduled for
demolition by an encroaching railroad.
When the sheriff of a small frontier town is killed, convict Bart is
appointed the first black sheriff of all-white Rock Ridge by the evil Hedley
Lamarr, who hopes this will chase the townspeople from their homes. The
naive Sheriff Bart soon catches on, realizing from the less than cheery
welcome that the townspeople (who all seem to be named Johnson) aren’t
prepared for a black sheriff and that he was never meant to succeed at all.
Enlisting the help of the sensitive town drunk, formerly the Waco Kid, Bart
embarks on a plan to save Rock Ridge. A scathing spoof that deals with
racism, sexism, and bodily functions, BLAZING SADDLES offers a contrast
between picture and words that is shocking, subversive, and hilarious.
Director Mel Brooks makes two memorable appearances–as both the sleazy
governor and a Yiddish-speaking Sioux Indian chief–while Madeline Kahn does
sidesplitting Marlene Dietrich imitation as the town floozy. Featuring
fabulous comic turns by Alex Karras and Slim Pickens, BLAZING SADDLES is
lovable, and uproarious.
See no evil, hear no evil DVS:
A man is murdered. Two men witness it. A blind man who hears the killer, and a deaf man who sees her. The police don’t think they’re credible witnesses, but the killers don’t want to take any chances. The two men must now work together to save themselves and bring the killers to justice.
Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory DVS:
The world is astounded when Willy Wonka, for years a recluse in his factory, announces that five lucky people will be given a tour of the factory, shown all the secrets of his amazing candy, and one will win a lifetime supply of Wonka chocolate. Nobody wants the prize more than young Charlie, but as his family is so poor that buying even one bar of chocolate is a treat, buying enough bars to find one of the five golden tickets is unlikely in the extreme. But in movieland, magic can happen. Charlie, along with four somewhat odious other children, get the chance of a lifetime and a tour of the factory. Along the way, mild disasters befall each of the odious children, but can Charlie beat the odds and grab the brass ring