Tag Archives: TV History

Forty-five Years And Counting, Where The Air Is Sweet

On November 10, 1969, the TV show which forever would change children’s television debuted on public broadcasting stations around the country, courtesy of the Children’s Television Workshop. I believe it is one of the best things that ever happened to … Continue reading

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They Said You’ll Never Be Miss America

Sixty years ago, the Miss America Pageant was broadcast on television for the first time. I was seven years old, it was a Saturday night, and my siblings and I were going to be allowed to stay up to see … Continue reading

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Spying, My Mission Impossible

Among my many and varied ambitions, I always thought it would be exciting and fulfilling to serve my country as a spy. That’s right. A spy. The plethora of spy shows on television during my formative years had an enormous … Continue reading

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TV And Me: Pals Stick Together

I seem to be particularly good at finding TV shows which have been on the air for a long time, and never had or took the opportunity to watch, or have been on the air, and now are cancelled; and … Continue reading

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