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    RETRO: NYC Metro - Monday, Nov. 10, 1969 (Coming Up)

    The significance of this date will come as details envelop. Let's just say the main significance goes by the initials "S.S."

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    Re: RETRO: NYC Metro - Monday, Nov. 10, 1969 (Coming Up)

    WB:
    Unless I'm reading something wrong, You seem to have a Monday morning Schedule mixed with a Saturday afternoon Schedule..You might want to look at it..

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    Re: RETRO: NYC Metro - Monday, Nov. 10, 1969 (Coming Up)

    Looks like you already have..

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    Re: RETRO: NYC Metro - Monday, Nov. 10, 1969 (Coming Up)

    42 years ago today, "Sesame Street" went on the air. And in New York City, WPIX showed "Sesame Street" at 9AM, as CTW did not want the show against "Captain Kangaroo" on CBS, and WNDT (WNET) was unable to let go an hour of in-school television (though they did show "Sesame Street" in the afternoon).

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    Re: RETRO: NYC Metro - Monday, Nov. 10, 1969 (Coming Up)

    Anyway, here's Part 1, pertaining to the New York VHF's, all revised and corrected.

    [SOURCES: TV Guide, New York-Metropolitan Edition, Nov. 8-14, 1969; also, listings in The New York Times, Daily News (Nov. 10, 1969 issues), New York Post (Nov. 8, 1969 issue), The Morning Record and Journal (Meriden, CT) (Nov. 8, 1969 issue) and Red Bank (NJ) Daily Register (Nov. 10, 1969 issue); show episode info, where applicable, courtesy IMDb and TV.com]

    (C) - in color; (R) - rerun (if episode specifics are unknown)

    WCBS-TV 2 New York (CBS; owned and operated)
    6:30a Sunrise Semester (geology: natiural environment) (C)
    7:00a CBS Morning News with Joseph Benti (C)
    8:00a Captain Kangaroo (cartoon: Part 1 of "Andy and the Lion"; animals: piglet, chameleon lizard) (C)
    9:00a Leave It to Beaver - "Beaver's Newspaper" [original airdate 4/23/59]
    9:30a The Donna Reed Show - "Love's Sweet Awakening" [original airdate 6/2/60]
    10:00a The Lucy Show - "Lucy and the Countess Have a Horse Guest" (guest: William Frawley) (C) [original airdate 10/25/65]
    10:30a The Beverly Hillbillies - "The Gypsy's Warning" (C) [original airdate 3/1/67]
    11:00a The Andy Griffith Show - "Mind Over Matter" (C) [original airdate 10/31/66]
    11:30a Love of Life (C)
    12:00p Where the Heart Is (C)
    12:25p CBS Midday News with Douglas Edwards (C)
    12:30p Search for Tomorrow (C)
    1:00p The Galloping Gourmet with Graham Kerr (C)
    1:30p As the World Turns (C)
    2:00p Love Is a Many-Splendored Thing (C)
    2:30p The Guiding Light (C)
    3:00p The Secret Storm (C)
    3:30p The Edge of Night (C)
    4:00p Gomer Pyle, U.S.M.C. - "Desk Job for a Sergeant" (C) [original airdate 4/8/66]
    4:30p The Mike Douglas Show (co-host: Shirley Jones; guests include Phyllis Diller, Roger Caras, The Brothers and Sisters) (C)
    6:00p Six O'Clock Report with Jim Jensen (C)
    7:00p CBS Evening News with Walter Cronkite (C)
    7:30p Gunsmoke - "The Still" (C)
    8:30p Here's Lucy - "Lucy at the Drive-In Movie" (C)
    9:00p Mayberry R.F.D. - "The Caper" (C)
    9:30p The Doris Day Show - "The Health King" (C)
    10:00p The Carol Burnett Show (guests: Bing Crosby, Ella Fitzgerald, Rowan & Martin; featured: a salute to Paramount
    Pictures) (C) (taped 10/17/69)
    11:00p Eleven O'Clock Report with Bob Young (C)
    11:30p The Merv Griffin Show (from Las Vegas; scheduled guests: Phil Harris, Don Ho, Shelley Berman, Redd Foxx) (C)
    1:00a The One A.M. Report (C)
    1:10a The Late Show: "The Secret Life of Walter Mitty" (1947) - Danny Kaye, Virginia Mayo (C)
    3:20a The Late Late Show: "Web of Evidence" (1959) - Van Johnson, Vera Miles
    5:05a Give Us This Day (C)
    followed by sign-off

    WNBC-TV 4 New York (NBC; owned and operated)
    6:23a Sermonette (C)
    6:30a Education Exchange - "A Bridge for Tomorrow" (Part 1 of 10 - "Aging and the Aging Process") (host: Robert L. Krit,
    Chicago Medical School)
    7:00a Today (scheduled: Rex Reed; report on U.S. farm problems; Edward Brecher, discussing his non-fiction account "Sex
    Researchers"; and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh) (C)
    9:00a For Women Only with Aline Saarinen - "Pre-Marital Sex: Another View" (guests: Vance Packard; Father George
    Reinheimer, NYC Archdiocese; and psychologist Laurence H. Long II) (C)
    9:30a P.D.Q. (celebrity guests: Al Lohman, Roger Barkley, Shari Lewis; host: Dennis James) (C)
    10:00a It Takes Two (this week's guests: Billy Eckstine, Jacqueline Susann and their respective spouses; Mort Sahl and date
    China Lee) (C)
    10:25a NBC News - Nancy Dickerson (C)
    10:30a Concentration (C)
    11:00a Sale of the Century (C)
    11:30a The Hollywood Squares (this week's players include Jim Backus, Jack Carter, Kathy Garver, Carolyn Jones, Paul Lynde
    and Kent McCord) (C)
    12:00p Jeopardy! (C)
    12:30p Name Droppers (scheduled this week: Marty Allen, Agnes Moorehead, Mickey Rooney) (C)
    12:55p NBC News - Floyd Kalber (C)
    1:00p It's Your Bet (C)
    1:30p You're Putting Me On (guests: John Forsythe, George Maharis, Peggy Cass, Bill Cullen, Brenda Vacarro, Emily Yancy) (C)
    2:00p Days of our Lives (C)
    2:30p The Doctors (C)
    3:00p Another World (C)
    3:30p Bright Promise (C)
    4:00p Letters to Laugh-In (this week's guests: Ruth Buzzi, Jack Carter, Richard Dawson, Barbara Heller; host: Gary Owens) (C)
    4:30p Movie Four: "Susan Slade" (1961) - Connie Stevens, Troy Donahue (C)
    6:00p Sixth Hour News with Lew Wood (C)
    7:00p The Huntley-Brinkley Report (C)
    7:30p My World and Welcome to It - "The Saga of Dimity Ann" (C)
    8:00p Rowan and Martin's Laugh-In (guest: Carol Channing) (C)
    9:00p NBC Monday Night at the Movies: "The Pink Jungle" (1968) - James Garner, Eva Renzi (C)
    11:00p Eleventh Hour News with Jim Hartz (C)
    11:10p Weather - Frank Field (C)
    11:15p News - Jim Hartz (C)
    11:25p Sports - Kyle Rote (C)
    11:30p The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson (from Burbank; guests include Jill St. John, Tennessee Ernie Ford, Bill Dana,
    Gypsy Rose Lee, David Steinberg) (C)
    1:00a Tonight's News with Bob Teague (C)
    1:15a The Great Great Show: "Smash-Up - The Story of a Woman" (1947) - Susan Hayward, Lee Bowman
    3:00a Sermonette (C)
    followed by sign-off

    WNEW-TV 5 New York (Independent; owned by Metromedia Television)
    7:05a Sign-on & Call to Prayer (C)
    7:15a Glenn Swengros (exercise) (C)
    7:30a The Alvin Show (C)
    8:00a Prince Planet
    8:30a Marine Boy (C)
    9:00a Pixanne (Pixanne takes everyone on an African safari) (C)
    10:00a Movie: "Hazard" (1948) - Paulette Goddard, Macdonald Carey
    12:00p Movie: "Tombstone" (1942) - Richard Dix, Francis Gifford
    1:45p Facts, Frauds & Fixets with Fran Lee (C)
    2:00p The Naked Truth (topic: the married prostitute) (C)
    2:30p Pay Cards (host: Art James) (C)
    3:00p Casper and Friends (C)
    3:30p The Flintstones (C) (R)
    4:00p Wonderama with Bob McAllister (C)
    (short-lived weekday version of long-running Sunday morning series)
    5:00p My Favorite Martian - "There Is No Cure for the Common Martian" [original airdate 10/13/63]
    5:30p McHale's Navy - "Instant Democracy" [original airdate 5/2/63]
    6:00p Lost in Space - "Condemned of Space" (C) [original airdate 9/6/67]
    7:00p I Love Lucy - "Ricky's Hawaiian Vacation" [original airdate 3/22/54]
    7:30p Truth or Consequences (C)
    8:00p To Tell the Truth (panel: Orson Bean, Bill Cullen, Joan Fontaine, Joan Rivers; host: Garry Moore) (C)
    8:30p The David Frost Show (scheduled: David Hemmings, Gayle Hunnicutt, Phyllis Diller, Rolf Harris, astrologer
    Carroll Righter, Johnny Meiji) (C)
    10:00p The 10 O'Clock News with Bill Jorgensen (C)
    11:00p Peyton Place (Elliot receives a hope-wrapped clue; Eli, a revelation) (R)
    11:30p 11:30 Movie: "Juarez" (1939) - Paul Muni, Bette Davis
    1:30a Reel Camp
    followed by News Headlines and sign-off

    WABC-TV 7 New York (ABC; owned and operated)
    7:00a Eyewitness News with Tom Dunn (C)
    7:05a The Ed Nelson Show (C)
    8:30a Girl Talk with Betsy Palmer (guests include travel authority Myra Waldo) (C)
    9:00a Prize Movie with Gloria DeHaven: "A Woman's World" (1954) - Clifton Webb, June Allyson (C)
    11:00a The Anniversary Game (C)
    11:30a The Movie Game (guest celebrities: Carol Burnett, Peter Falk, Alexis Smith, Craig Stevens; host: Sonny Fox) (C)
    12:00p Bewitched - "Darrin Gone! and Forgotten?" [original airdate 10/17/68] (NOTE: Shown in B&W despite originally airing in color)
    12:30p That Girl - "When in Rome" (C) [original airdate 11/9/67]
    1:00p Dream House (C)
    1:30p Let's Make a Deal (C)
    2:00p The Newlywed Game (C)
    2:30p The Dating Game (C)
    3:00p General Hospital (C)
    3:30p One Life to Live (C)
    4:00p Dark Shadows (C)
    4:30p The 4:30 Movie: "Pressure Point" (1962) - Sidney Poitier, Bobby Darin
    6:00p Eyewitness News with Roger Grimsby (C)
    7:00p ABC Evening News with Frank Reynolds and Howard K. Smith (C)
    7:30p The Music Scene (scheduled guests: James Brown, The Everly Brothers, Joe Cocker, Keith Barbour, Dusty Springfield;
    host: David Steinberg) (C)
    8:15p The Now People - "Is This Any Way to Run an Island?" (C)
    9:00p The Survivors - "Chapter Six" (C)
    10:00p Love, American Style - "Love and Take Me Along / Love and the Advice Givers / Love and the Geisha" (C)
    11:00p Eyewitness News with Roger Grimsby (C)
    11:30p The Joey Bishop Show (scheduled: Rick Nelson, Leonard Barr, Shelley Winters, Pat Buttram, Pete Barbutti) (C)
    1:00a The Best of Broadway: "And the Wild, Wild Women" (1958) - Anna Magnani, Giulietta Massina (to 3:10a)
    followed by sign-off

    WOR-TV 9 New York (Independent; owned by RKO General)
    7:25a News and Weather
    7:30a Daphne's Castle (C)
    9:00a Romper Room (host: Miss Louise Redfield) (C)
    10:30a What's My Line? (panel: Soupy Sales, Phyllis Newman, Gene Rayburn, Arlene Francis; host: Wally Bruner) (C)
    11:00a Journey to Adventure (a tour of Germany) (C)
    11:30p Movie: "The Doctor Takes a Wife" (1940) - Ray Milland, Loretta Young
    1:00p Stock Market Observer (C)
    [locally produced version of long-running series that aired more than three decades on Chicago's WCIU-TV 26;
    on WOR-TV it only lasted about a year]
    3:00p Circus, Circus, Circus (short-lived local version of Bozo the Clown franchise) (C)
    4:30p Mad, Mad Movie: "Atlantis, the Lost Continent" (1961) - Anthony Hall, Joyce Taylor
    6:00p Gilligan's Island - "Gilligan vs. Gilligan" (C) [original airdate 9/19/66]
    6:30p Flipper - "Coral Fever" (C) [original airdate 10/16/65]
    7:00p The Dick Van Dyke Show - "What's in a Middle Name?" [original airdate 11/7/62]
    7:30p Della (scheduled: Art Linkletter, Jack De Leon; host: Della Reese, with Sandy Baron)
    8:30p The Game Game - "How Honest Are You?" (celebrity guests: Polly Bergen, Rona Jaffe, Paul Lynde; host, Jim MacKrell) (C)
    9:00p Million Dollar Movie: "Suspicion" (1941) - Cary Grant, Joan Fontaine
    11:00p Divorce Court - "Stanley vs. Stanley" (C)
    11:30p The Late Movie: "War Kill" (1967) - Tom Drake, George Montgomery (C)
    1:30a The Joe Franklin Show (guests: Hank Searls, author of "The Young Prince - Joe Kennedy") (C)
    2:30a News and Weather
    followed by sign-off

    WPIX-TV 11 New York (Independent; licensor WPIX, Inc., owned by New York Daily News)
    7:15a News - Marc Howard (C)
    7:30a TV High School
    8:00a Super Cartoon Show (C) (per TV Guide)
    (alt: The Little Rascals - per The New York Times)
    8:30a Kimba the White Lion (C) (per TV Guide)
    (alt: Super Cartoon Show - per The New York Times)
    9:00a Krazy Kat (C)
    9:30a Jack La Lanne (C)
    10:00a Cooking with David Wade (C)
    10:30a Rendezvous (C)
    10:55a News (C)
    11:00a The Millionaire - "The Carol Wesley Story" [original airdate 4/24/57]
    11:30a The Gumby Show (C)
    12:00p Underdog (C)
    12:30p Rocky and His Friends (C)
    1:00p The Little Rascals (host: "Captain" Jack McCarthy) (C)
    1:30p The Steve Allen Show (guests: Hugh O'Brian, Morgana King, Mary Futernick, Albert Brooks) (C)
    2:30p The Patty Duke Show (R)
    3:00p Speed Racer (C)
    3:30p Adventures of Superman - "The Stolen Costume" [original airdate 12/12/52]
    4:00p The Addams Family - "Happy Birthday, Grandma Frump" [original airdate 2/11/66]
    4:30p The Three Stooges (host: "Officer" Joe Bolton) (C)
    5:00p The Abbott & Costello Show (R)
    5:30p The Munsters - "Herman's Rival" [original airdate 12/31/64]
    6:00p Batman - "The Cat and the Fiddle" (C) [original airdate 9/15/66]
    6:30p Star Trek - "Journey to Babel" (guest: Jane Wyatt) (C) [original airdate 11/17/67]
    7:30p Beat the Clock (guest: Troy Donahue; host: Jack Narz) (C)
    8:00p He Said! She Said! (C)
    8:30p Felony Squad - "Bed of Strangers" (C) [original airdate 12/21/67]
    9:00p Ben Casey - "When You See an Evil Man" [original airdate 5/28/62]
    10:00p Ten O'Clock News with Lee Nelson (C)
    11:00p Here's Barbara (guests include Earl Wilson, Jr. and Arthur Giron; host: Barbara Coleman) (C)
    11:30p Perry Mason - "The Case of the Jilted Jockey" [original airdate 11/15/58]
    12:30a The Phil Donahue Show (Dr. Earl Pinnell narrates films depicting natural childbirth) (C)
    1:00a The Honeymooners (R)
    1:30a Late News Final (C)
    followed by sign-off

    WNDT 13 Newark/New York (NET affiliate; owned by Educational Broadcasting Corp.)
    8:25a School Television Service - Experimental Film
    8:30a STS Salutes
    8:40a Black Studies: African Anthology
    9:00a Pocketful of Fun
    9:30a Children of Other Lands
    9:50a Hablo Espaņol
    10:05a Imagine That
    10:30a Americans All
    10:40a Assignment Science
    11:00a Sing, Children, Sing
    11:30a Sesame Street (DEBUT) - Episode 001 (brought to you by the letters W and S, and the numbers 2 and 3;
    the concepts "over," "around" and "through," and "different" and "alike"; a film short on where milk comes from;
    and how not to hang a picture) (C)
    12:30p The World We Live In
    1:00p Pocketful of Fun
    1:30p Exploring Nature
    2:00p Black Studies: African Anthology
    2:20p Cover to Cover
    2:40p For the Love of Art
    3:00p Your Dollar's Worth (special) (to 4:00p)
    4:00p Guten Tag
    4:30p Sesame Street (C) (repeat of 11:30a)
    5:30p Misterogers' Neighborhood (a trumpeter visits) (C)
    6:00p What's New - "Radio-Radio," a Spanish film about a group of boys and a wild chase (C)
    6:30p University of the Air - Astronomy: "Comets" with Prof. Harry Crull
    7:00p En Francais S'il Vous Plait
    7:30p New Jersey Speaks for Itself (a discussion of two approaches aimed at helping high school dropouts in Newark;
    featured is Laurence Holder, director of New-Ark, Inc.)
    8:00p Jazz Alley (featured: tenor saxophonist Bud Freeman, bassist Rail Wilson and drummer Bob Cousins, playing jazz songs
    of the 1930's; host: Art Hodes) (C)
    8:30p Catch 13 (a 90-minute fundraising drive, hosted by Alfred Drake; featuring Rodney Dangerfield, Joanne Carson,
    Peter Duchin and his Orchestra, Richie Havens, Gerry Mulligan) (C)
    10:00p Newsfront with Mitchell Krauss
    11:00p World Press (C)
    followed by sign-off

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    Re: RETRO: NYC Metro - Monday, Nov. 10, 1969 (Coming Up)

    Now for Part 2, dealing with the New York area UHF's and Connecticut stations:

    [SOURCES: TV Guide, New York-Metropolitan Edition, Nov. 8-14, 1969; also, listings in The New York Times, Daily News (Nov. 10, 1969 issues), New York Post (Nov. 8, 1969 issue), The Morning Record and Journal (Meriden, CT) (Nov. 8, 1969 issue) and Red Bank (NJ) Daily Register (Nov. 10, 1969 issue); show episode info, where applicable, courtesy IMDb and TV.com]

    (C) - in color; (R) - rerun (if episode specifics are unknown or were in Part 1)

    WLIW-TV 21 Garden City, NY (Educational; owned by the Long Island Educational Television Council)
    9:00a Davey and Goliath
    9:15a Art Studio
    9:30a Your Place in Business
    9:50a Time for Music
    10:10a Dateline America
    10:25a Speaking of Numbers
    10:55a Outdoor Surprise
    11:10a Let's Make Puppets
    11:30a Children's Fair
    12:00p Managers in Action
    12:30p English Composition
    1:00p Outdoor Surprise
    1:15p Our Nimble Numbers
    1:30p Animals in Art
    2:00p Physical Education
    2:15p Look to the Future
    2:45p Let's Lip Read
    3:30p Education and Race Relations
    4:00p Joyce Chen (Chinese cooking)
    4:30p Misterogers' Neighborhood
    5:00p Children's Fair
    5:30p Focus on Behavior
    6:00p What's New?
    6:30p People in Jazz
    7:00p Film in Spanish: "Spanish Is Waiting for You"
    7:30p University of the Air - "Rise of the American Nation"
    8:30p University of the Air - "Eye on the Universe"
    9:30p sign-off

    WNYE-TV 25 New York (Educational; owned by Board of Education of City of New York)
    9:30a Vamos a Latinoamerica - Presentando a Latinoamerica
    9:50a Understanding Science
    10:10a Places in the News
    10:30a Pocketful of Fun
    11:00a Working with Science
    11:20a La Bonne Aventure
    11:40a Places in the News
    12:00p Family Living
    12:30p Oral Communication
    followed by sign-off

    WNYC-TV 31 New York ("Independent"; owned by Municipal Broadcasting System)
    10:00a Lee Graham Interviews (C)
    10:30a Film (or U.N. General Assembly, if in session)
    11:00a Casper Citron Interviews (C)
    11:30a The Big Picture (C)
    12:00a Compass (C)
    12:30p Perspective
    1:00p Film
    1:30p Interlude
    3:00p Film
    3:30p Films: "Bitter Seed," "Children of the Dream"
    4:00p Around the Clock (C)
    4:30p Achievement (or U.N. General Assembly, if in session) (C)
    5:00p Amish Farm House
    5:30p Your Right to Say It (C)
    6:00p Community Action - "Mobile Emergency Life Saving Unit - Beth Israel Medical Center" (C)
    6:30p News - Paul Manacher (C)
    6:45p Journey
    7:00p Dramatic Experience (James Tilton discusses concepts of design in Sheridan's "School for Scandal")
    7:30p On the Job (Fire Dept.) (C)
    8:00p One to One (Paul Perrot, director of the Corning Museum of Glass Art, discusses glass art) (C)
    8:30p Communications and Society (interview with legendary radio writer Norman Corwin)
    9:00p New York Report (C)
    9:30p News - Herbert Boland (C)
    9:45p British Quarter Hour (C)
    10:00p Brooklyn College Presents - "Campus News Meets a New President"
    10:30p Eye on the Universe - "Origins of the Solar System" with Prof. Harry Crull
    followed by sign-off

    WXTV 41 Paterson, NJ (Independent; owned by Trans-Tel Corp.)
    6:00p Comicos y Canciones
    6:25p Los Prognosticos de Freda (horoscope) (C)
    6:30p Noticias - Zayas/(Eusebio?) Valls (C)
    7:00p Rubi
    7:30p Espejismo Brillaba
    8:00p La Tremenda Corte
    8:30p La Taberna India (C)
    9:00p Mas Alla de la Muerte
    10:00p Maria Isabel
    10:30p Diego Tendedera (C)
    10:35p Un Canto de Mexico
    11:00p Noticias - Miguel Torres (C)
    11:30p Los Prognosticos de Freda (horoscope) (C)
    11:35p Cuerdas y Guitarras (C)
    12:00a Focus New Jersey (C)
    followed by sign-off

    WNJU-TV 47 Linden/Newark, NJ (Independent; owned by New Jersey Television Broadcasting Corp.)
    4:30p Music
    4:45p Noticias - Jose Lanza
    4:50p Pelucula - "Doble Explanacion" (1939; dubbed in Spanish; original title, "Twelve Crowded Hours") - Lucille Ball, Allan Lane
    6:15p Ayudame Tu
    6:45p Noticias - Kevin Corrigan (C)
    7:00p Simplemente Maria
    8:00p Una Hora Contigo con Maria Silva (C)
    9:00p Tira y Tapate
    9:30p Entre El Punal y La Cruz
    10:00p El Hit del Momento (C)
    10:30p Vengo a Vivir Contigo
    11:00p El Canillita
    11:30p Noticias - Jose Lanza
    followed by sign-off

    WTIC-TV 3 Hartford, CT (CBS affiliate; owned by Travelers Broadcasting Corp.)
    5:50a Sign-on and Prayer (C)
    5:55a Town Crier (C)
    6:00a Sunrise Semester (C) (same as 6 A.M. on WCBS-TV)
    6:30a Congressional Report (interviews with Sen. Thomas Dodd, D-CT; Reps. Robert Giaimo, D-CT; Lowell Weicker, R-CT;
    and John Monagan, D-CT) (C)
    7:00a CBS Morning News with Joseph Benti (C)
    (this and other CBS network programs same as on WCBS-TV unless otherwise noted)
    8:00a Captain Kangaroo (C)
    9:00a The Hap Richards Show (C)
    9:30a The Lucy Show - "Lucy and Joan" (C) [original airdate 10/11/65] (aired by Channel 3 on delay)
    10:00a Movie: "Father's Little Dividend" (1951) - Spencer Tracy, Elizabeth Taylor
    11:30a Love of Life (C)
    12:00p Twelve O'Clock Report with Dick Bertel (C)
    12:30p Search for Tomorrow (C)
    1:00p Girl Talk with Betsy Palmer (guests: Dr. Lee Salk and Rita Kremer, authors of "How to Raise a Human Being") (C)
    1:30p As the World Turns (C)
    2:00p Love Is a Many-Splendored Thing (C)
    2:30p The Guiding Light (C)
    3:00p He Said! She Said! (C)
    3:30p Gomer Pyle, U.S.M.C. - "Gomer and the Father Figure" (C) [original airdate 4/1/66] (aired by Channel 3 on delay)
    4:00p Ranger Station (C)
    4:30p Hazel - "What'll We Watch Tonight?" (C) [original airdate 11/2/61]
    5:00p Perry Mason - "The Case of the Red Riding Boots" [original airdate 12/10/60]
    6:00p Weather (C)
    6:05p Sports - George Ehrlich (C)
    6:15p News - Bruce Kern (C)
    6:30p CBS Evening News with Walter Cronkite (C)
    7:00p Movie: "Ada" (1961) - Susan Hayward, Dean Martin (C)
    9:00p Mayberry R.F.D. (C)
    9:30p The Doris Day Show (C)
    10:00p The Carol Burnett Show (C)
    11:00p News - Bill Hanson (C)
    11:20p Weather (C)
    11:25p Sports - Arnold Dean (C)
    11:30p The Merv Griffin Show (C)
    1:00a Movie: "Lady Godiva" (1955) - Maureen O'Hara, George Nader (C)
    2:40a News and Weather (C)
    followed by Moment of Meditation and sign-off

    WNHC-TV 8 New Haven, CT (ABC affiliate; owned by Triangle Broadcasting Corp.)
    6:10a Newscope
    6:15a Infinite Horizons
    6:45a Morning Reflections (C)
    7:00a Mr. Goober (C)
    9:00a The Movie Game (same as on WABC-TV at 11:30a) (C)
    9:30a Dear Julia Meade (topic: artificial insemination) (C)
    10:00a The David Frost Show (same as on WNEW-TV at 8:30p) (C)
    11:30a Beat the Clock (guest: Pat Carroll) (C)
    12:00p Bewitched (R) (this and other ABC network programs same as on WABC-TV unless otherwise noted)
    12:30p That Girl (C) (R)
    1:00p Dream House (C)
    1:30p Let's Make a Deal (C)
    2:00p The Newlywed Game (C)
    2:30p The Dating Game (C)
    3:00p General Hospital (C)
    3:30p One Life to Live (C)
    4:00p The Mike Douglas Show (co-host: The Amazing Kreskin; guests include Peter Nero, Soupy Sales) (C)
    5:30p Stump the Stars (players: Robert Clary, Lloyd Haynes, Will Hutchins, Deanna Lund, Karen Valentine) (C)
    6:00p News - Bob Norman (C)
    6:15p Weather - Gale Carroll (C)
    6:20p Sports - Dick Galiette (C)
    6:30p ABC Evening News with Frank Reynolds and Howard K. Smith (C)
    7:00p Truth or Consequences (C)
    7:30p The Music Scene (C)
    8:15p The Now People (C)
    9:00p The Survivors (C)
    10:00p Love, American Style (C)
    11:00p News - George Thompson (C)
    11:15p Weather - Bob Jones (C)
    11:20p Sports - Dick Galiette (C)
    11:30p The Joey Bishop Show (C)
    1:00a Newscope
    followed by sign-off

    WATR-TV 20 Waterbury, CT (NBC affiliate; owned by WATR-TV, Inc.)
    7:00a Today (C) (this and other NBC network programs same as on WNBC-TV unless otherwise noted)
    9:00a Film
    9:30a Film
    10:00a It Takes Two (C)
    10:25a NBC News - Nancy Dickerson (C)
    10:30a Concentration (C)
    11:00a Sale of the Century (C)
    11:30a The Hollywood Squares (C)
    12:00p Jeopardy! (C)
    12:30p Name Droppers (C)
    12:55p NBC News - Floyd Kalber (C)
    1:00p Film
    1:30p You're Putting Me On (C)
    2:00p Days of our Lives (C)
    2:30p The Doctors (C)
    3:00p Another World (C)
    3:30p Bright Promise (C)
    4:00p Letters to Laugh-In (C)
    4:30p My Little Margie (R)
    5:00p Film
    5:30p Social Security in Action
    6:00p Bat Masterson (R)
    6:30p Social Security in Action
    7:00p The Huntley-Brinkley Report (C)
    7:30p My World and Welcome to It (C)
    8:00p Rowan and Martin's Laugh-In (C)
    9:00p NBC Monday Night at the Movies: "The Pink Jungle" (C)
    11:00p Sea Hunt (R)
    11:30p The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson (C)`
    followed by sign-off

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    Re: RETRO: NYC Metro - Monday, Nov. 10, 1969 (Coming Up)

    Quote Originally Posted by wbhist
    WABC-TV 7 New York (ABC; owned and operated)
    11:30a The Movie Game (guest celebrities: Carol Burnett, Peter Falk, Alexis Smith, Craig Stevens; host: Sonny Fox) (C)
    12:00p Bewitched - "Darrin Gone! and Forgotten?" [original airdate 10/17/68] (NOTE: Shown in B&W despite originally airing in color)
    12:30p That Girl - "When in Rome" (C) [original airdate 11/9/67]
    Funny that when Bewitched reruns were first seen in daytime on ABC, all episodes, even those that were in color, were broadcast in black and white, even though all of ABC's daytime lineup was already full-color? Why was that?

    Quote Originally Posted by wbhist
    WOR-TV 9 New York (Independent; owned by RKO General)
    1:00p Stock Market Observer (C)
    [locally produced version of long-running series that aired more than three decades on Chicago's WCIU-TV 26;
    on WOR-TV it only lasted about a year]
    Also, the Chicago version was there from opening bell to closing bell, while the WOR version was only two hours, wrapping up while the stock market was still in progress.

    Quote Originally Posted by wbhist
    WPIX-TV 11 New York (Independent; licensor WPIX, Inc., owned by New York Daily News)
    In reference to Sesame Street, I think WPIX started showing it the next day, on a day-delay basis, to allow WNDT to show the program first.

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    Re: RETRO: NYC Metro - Monday, Nov. 10, 1969 (Coming Up)

    Quote Originally Posted by azumanga
    In reference to Sesame Street, I think WPIX started showing it the next day, on a day-delay basis, to allow WNDT to show the program first.
    Apparently, from what I can gather, WPIX's airings began three weeks after the premiere; as of March 31, 1970, I noticed that Channel 11 aired Episode #086 while WNDT/13 was running Episode #101.

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    Re: RETRO: NYC Metro - Monday, Nov. 10, 1969 (Coming Up)

    Quote Originally Posted by wbhist
    WNBC-TV 4 New York (NBC; owned and operated)

    10:00a It Takes Two (this week's guests: Billy Eckstine, Jacqueline Susann and their respective spouses; Mort Sahl and date
    China Lee) (C)
    ...China Lee was not Mort Sahl's "date" in 1969; they were married from 1967 to 1991...
    King Daevid MacKenzie

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    Re: RETRO: NYC Metro - Monday, Nov. 10, 1969 (Coming Up)

    Quote Originally Posted by Ultimajock
    Quote Originally Posted by wbhist
    WNBC-TV 4 New York (NBC; owned and operated)

    10:00a It Takes Two (this week's guests: Billy Eckstine, Jacqueline Susann and their respective spouses; Mort Sahl and date
    China Lee) (C)
    ...China Lee was not Mort Sahl's "date" in 1969; they were married from 1967 to 1991...
    That would've come as a surprise to TV Guide, if based on that terminology - or euphemism, if you will - they used in this case. They've had quite a few doozies in their listings over the years. In fact, some of the listings here came directly from the various newspapers, especially the WOR-TV lineup. (TVG had Circus, Circus, Circus on at 3:30, and a syndicated show hosted by "Cousin Brucie" Morrow at 5, but by the time of the date in question they were running what you saw here. With a net loss of a half-hour for their Stock Market Observer. What's more, the Daily News had an ad for Mad, Mad Movie.) This is why, on my retro postings, you (and everybody else) see multiple source references due to the contradictions inherent. The out-of-area papers are valuable to flesh out the numerous movie show titles (especially, if available, for the Connecticut movie show umbrellas).

    The WNDT, WLIW and WNYE school TV listings came from the New York Post; the rest of WLIW's programming, from The Times; and WATR's local (non-NBC) programming, from the Meriden Journal and Record. (It wasn't until mid-to-late 1970 that WLIW listings showed up in TVG.)

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