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On TV in Spokane: Sunday, January 5, 1986

January 5, 1986

Channels:
2—KREM (CBS)
4—KXLY (ABC)
6—KHQ (NBC)
7—KSPS (PBS)
22—KSKN (Independent)
28—KAYU (Independent)

MORNING

5:30
4—Educational Series

6:00
2—Music Magic
4—Kroeze Brothers
6—Upfront

6:30
2—Bugs Bunny and Friends
4—Father John Bertolucci

7:00
2—The Brady Kids
4—Kenneth Copeland
6—Millionaire Maker
22—The Funtastic World of Hanna-Barbera

7:30
2—CBS Sunday Morning(Charles Kuralt)
Scheduled: the Statue of Liberty’s 100th anniversary; women who lost financial benefits after divorcing career military men.
6—Jimmy Swaggart
7—3-2-1 Contact
28—Jerry Falwell

8:00
4—Voice of the Church
7—Sesame Street

8:30
4—Robert Schuller
6—Day of Discovery
22—David Paul
28—My Favorite Martian

9:00
2—The NFL Today
6—Oral Roberts
7—Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood
22—Dennis the Menace
28—Larry Jones

9:30
2—NFL Playoffs
NFC Divisional Playoff Game. New York Giants at Chicago Bears. (Live)
4—The World Tomorrow
6—MOVIE: “Friendly Fire
(1979) Carol Burnett, Ned Beatty.
7—OWL/TV
22—Search Telecast
28—Telephone Auction

10:00
4—Amazing Facts
7—German Professional Soccer
22—Africa Report: Tears of Famine

10:30
4—Kids Incorporated
28—Homescan

11:00
4—NewsFour Extra
7—Nature
22—MOVIE: “Cisco Pike
(1972) Gene Hackman, Kris Kristofferson. A crooked narcotics agent blackmails an ex-con into dealing a large quantity of marijuana.
28—The Three Stooges

11:30
4—This Week with David Brinkley

AFTERNOON

12:00
7—North Idaho College Public Forum
28—Voyagers!

12:30
4—The Rifleman
6—NFL ’85
7—American Interest

1:00
2—CBS Sports Special
American Grand Prix Association Team Jumping Championship.
4—MOVIE: “Rogue Lion
(1975) Larry Seymour, Alec Dudley. A ferocious lion roaming the border of an African game preserve touches off a feud between local landowners and the wardens of the sanctuary.
6—NFL Playoffs
AFC Divisional Playoff Game. New England Patriots at Los Angeles Raiders. (Live)
7—Firing Line
22—The Big Valley
28—The Twilight Zone

1:30
28—The Twilight Zone

2:00
2—The High Chaparral
7—Adam Smith’s Money World
22—MOVIE: “The Comic
(1969) Dick Van Dyke, Michele Lee. A faded silent film star regains fame when he begins making comical television commercials.
28—College Basketball
Oregon at USC. (Live from The Forum in Inglewood)

2:30
4—Fishing the West
Barkley Sound Springers. Tara Robinson, age 13, trolls Vancouver Island’s Seaward Inlets for Spring Salmon.
7—Modern Maturity

3:00
2—MOVIE: “The Revengers
(1972) William Holden, Ernest Borgnine. A colorado rancher hires six prisoners from a chain gang to help him find the gang that massacred his family and destroyed his home.
4—Hogan’s Heroes
7—The Victory Garden
Bob Thomson demonstrates how to plant a live Christmas tree. (Repeat)

3:30
4—MOVIE: “Bullwhip
(1958) Guy Madison, Rhonda Fleming. A man takes part in a forced marriage in order to escape execution.
7—Madeline Cooks
(Premiere) “Modern Salads” looks at the various kinds of lettuce, flavored oils and vinegars now available.

4:00
6—Mutual of Omaha’s Wild Kingdom
7—Free Show Tonight
Roy Acuff narrates this old-fashioned medicine show revival in Bailey, N.C. that features 12 former medicine men demonstrating their skills in salesmanship, music and comedy.
22—The Incredible Hulk
David gets caught in the crossfire when a dope pusher tries to silence a reforming preacher.
28—Night Gallery

4:30
6—Meet the Press(Marvin Kalb)
28—Night Gallery

5:00
2—Lorne Greene’s New Wilderness
Great blue herons battle hunger while raising their young along the St. Lawrence River.
4—MOVIE: “The Taking of Pelham One Two Three
(1974) Walter Matthew, Robert Shaw. Four men hijack a crowded subway train and threaten to murder one hostage for every minute the ransom demand is late.
6—Q-6 Nightly News
7—Sneak Previews
Jeffrey Lyons and Michael Medved host an informative look at what’s new at the movies.
22—Tales from the Darkside
A down-and-out impressionist (Chuck McCann) takes on a grueling challenge when he agrees to help government agents communicate with an alien.
28—Buck Rogers in the 25th Century
Buck makes a startling discovery about Princess Ardala’s plans for peace. (Part 2 of 2)

5:30
2—KREM 2 News
6—NBC Nightly News(Chris Wallace)
7—This Old House
Adding vinyl siding; insulating the interior; installing electrical wiring; exterior trimwork.
22—At the Movies
Roger Ebert and Gene Siskel announce their choices for the 10 best films of 1985.

EVENING

6:00
2—CBS Evening News
6—Upfront
Topic: the death penalty.
7—WonderWorks
And the Children Shall Lead.” LeVar Burton and Danny Glover star in the story of a 12-year-old Mississippi black girl’s awakening to civil rights issues in the 1960s.
22—MOVIE: “Godspell
(1973) Victor Garber, David Haskell. The Gospel according to St. Matthew is played against the contemporary backdrop of New York City.
28—Fame
Holly gets the chance of a lifetime when she lands a soap opera role; Morloch decides to resign to pursue a career in sports

6:30
2—Sunday Evening(Jim McLaren/Mary O’Connell)

7:00
2—60 Minutes
4—Ripley’s Believe It Or Not!
Segments include reports on the memorabilia of author James Joyce and a conceptual artist who uses rockets as part of his sculpture. (Repeat)
6—Small Wonder
A determined engineer invents a child-sized programmable robot named Vicki that wins the approval of his wife and son.
7—Nature
A visit to Brazil’s national park Emas, home to a unique collection of rare and unusual wildlife.
28—MOVIE: “Blue Fire Lady
(1977) Cathryn Harrison, Mark Holden. A young girl tries to save a cantankerous horse from being sold to a work farm.

7:30
6—Silver Spoons
Rick helps give a bag lady a new lease on life but her past comes back to haunt her.

8:00
2—Murder, She Wrote
Jessica attempts to solve the murder of a woman at a cosmetics company. Jayne Meadows and Robert Culp guest star.
4—MacGyver
MacGyver goes to extremes in order to rescue a photojournalist from some ruthless South American thugs. (Repeat)
6—Amazing Stories
A frustrated Jamaican babysitter (Mabel King) uses voodoo to calm down her mischievous charges.
7—Masterpiece Theatre
Bleak House.” Esther contracts smallpox after nursing Jo; Krook dies in a fire at his lodgings; Mr. Tulkinghorn threatens Lady Dedlock with her past indiscretions. (Part 6 of 8)
22—The Outer Limits

8:30
6—Alfred Hitchcock Presents
A young social outcast fakes her own attack to gain media attention.

9:00
2—Crazy Like a Fox
The daughter of an extravagant movie star wants the court to declare her father incompetent.
4—MOVIE: “The Defiant Ones
(1986) Robert Urich, Carl Weathers. Two convicts on a chain gang overcome their intense hatred for one another and join forces on a desperate flight to freedom. (Postponed from an earlier date.)
6—Blacke’s Magic
(Premiere) Illusionist Alexander Blacke (Hal Linden) gives up show business to lead a quiet life but the police approach him and his flimflamming father (Harry Morgan) for help when a fellow magician’s coffin trick leads to death.
7—Lone Star
Texas gains statehood and later joins the confederacy; the chaos of reconstruction is faced after Appomattox.
22—Children Caught in the Crossfire
28—Inland Empire Focus(Louise Hansen)

9:30
28—Night Gallery
The world’s most feared racketeer is marked for death and seeks refuge.

10:00
2—Trapper John, M.D.
Gonzo becomes the victim of a stroke and with recovery uncertain at best, his condition affects all those near him.
7—India Unveiled
22—Talk It Over(Ellen Adelstein)
28—Jimmy Swaggart

10:30
7—India Unveiled
22—Independent Network News

11:00
2—KREM 2 News
4—NewsFour
6—Q-6 News
7—Tony Brown’s Journal
22—The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show
28—Africa: Continent in Crisis

11:30
2—MOVIE: “Ruckus
(1980) Dirk Benedict, Linda Blair. A shell-shocked Vietnam vet disturbs the peace of a small Alabama town.
4—This Week in Country Music
Scheduled: Interview with Rosanne Cash.
6—Carson’s Comedy Classics
22—At the Movies
Roger Ebert and Gene Siskel announce their choices for the 10 best films of 1985.

12:00
4—Music City U.S.A.
6—Carson’s Comedy Classics
22—David Paul
28—The 700 Club
Scheduled: Geoff Cohen discusses his experiences as a Jew living in South Africa.

12:30
4—ABC News
6—MOVIE: “The Klansman
(1974) Lee Marvin, Richard Burton. The sheriff of a southern town is caught between the Ku Klux Klan and violent racial tensions when a black man is accused of rape.
22—Jim Bakker

1:30
2—Lawman

2:30
2—CBS News Nightwatch

From → KAYU, KHQ, KREM, KSKN, KSPS, KXLY

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