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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 27, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE 3 Specials and sports round out CBC-TV programs Royal visit highlight of summer coverage TORONTO The Canadian Broad casting Corporation's Summer '73 English network television schedule takes on a new look this year with heavier emphasis on new Canadian- pi oduced programming and nujor contributions from its regional centres across the country. A major highlight of the sum- mer 73 schedule will be the ex- tensive coverage of The Royal Visit of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and HRH The Duke of Edinburgh. Although the ex- act coverage details are yet to be confirmed, the Royal itiner- ary from June 25 to July 5 in- cludes visits to Charlottetown, coinciding with Prince Edward Island's Centennary celebra- tions, Toronto, Kitchener, Lon- don and Thunder Bay, Ontario, and Regina, Saskatchewan, and Calgary, Alberta. Other highlights of Canadian programming to be seen on the P'ull Network include: First Person Singular: Pearson The Memoirs of a Prime Min- ister. Pioduced in Ottawa by Camerop Graham, producer of the highly-successful Tenth Dec- ade series, and written and di- rected by Munroe Scott, this 10-week series on the late Les- ter B. Pearson will be telecast beginning May 27. This series illustrates the "vintage Pear- son" through the personal rem- iniscences of this exa-aordin- ary Canadian and statesman. VIP: Lorraine Thomson hosts a new Monday night half-hour series, VIP, starting May 28, in which she will chat with Very Interesting People. VIP is a spin-off from the highly suc- cessful and long-running Front Page Challenge, and will fea- ture informal interviews with guests from all over the world who have appeared as "mystery guests" on FPC. It's A Musical World makes its debut Tuesdays at 8 p.m. baginning June 19 from Van- couver, This 10-part series will alternate Tommy Common and Tommy Maken as hosts, and will feature the vocal group, Sweet Majac, in addition to an impressive guest list which will include Catherine McKinnon, Pat Hervey, The Irish Rovers and the recently re-assembled comedy vocal group, the Lime- liters. All Around The Circle, a net- work contribution from St. John's, makes its debut at 8 pm. on Saturdays beginning Maj 26. This series, which be- gsn as a regional series in St. John's, features the folk music of Newfoundland. Country Roads is a mini- series of four hour-long pro- grams to be telecast Fridays at 9 p m. during August, to pro- vide a forum for young Cana- dians in the pop and country music field. Gallery, a new 11 week ser- ies of film essays on Canadian issues, people and places, moves into the 10 p.m. Satur- day time period beginning May 19. Among topics to be covered Sunday, April 29 CD Farm News 0 Archie's Fun JO B Sunday Hour 0 Face the Nation QD Christopher Closeup 0 Harlem Rev. Solbrcckken fD Make a Wish B Faith for Today CD This is the Consultation Thought for the Day CD 4-H Clubtime 0 Lamp Unto My Feet B Gospel fray of Discovery CD Curiosity Shop CD Roberts 0 Meet the Press B Pet Set S Revival University of the (2) TEA CD People's Church fQ Gospel Hour 0 Day of 0 Torld Tennis Championship CD Easter Services from St. Patrick's Cathedral 0 Kathryn Under Attack O Niven Miller Reach for the Top SUPER SPRING SPECIAL SCRAMBLER 70 4 speed constant mess transmission. Speeds up to 60 m.p.h. 72 tc four stroke OHC single-cylinder. Street legal. Regular Spring Special LETHBRID6E HONDA CENTRE SALES SERVICE 2nd AVE. S, PHONE 327-8889 Southern Alberta's Largest and Mott Progressive Motorcycle Dealer CD B ID CD B CD CD CD CD ID CD B B C C B 0 B fD CD O B CD B CD 0 CD B 0 CD CD {D B 0 CD B CD Q f0 CD 0 B CD 8 B CD CD 0 (7) O CD B Agriculture Today P-ex Humbard Laugh-In NBA Market Place NHL NHL Hockey Debate Rural) Report Howard Cosell Pentecost Presents Special Byron Nelson Tourney Pendulum Sportsweek Sports Illustrated Untamed World Sixty Minutes Garner Ted Armstrong TBA Country Canada Lassie Movie: The Point Audubon Wild Kingdom This is Your Life World of Disney Irish Rovers Lawrence Welk Disney World Let Them Live Adam 12 The FBI Beachcombers Gunsmoke The Protectors Canada: Five Portraits ,-t Black Beauty Movie: My Son John. Wayne and Shuster Mystery Mannlx Strauss Fjmily Railbirds amd Early Birds MASH W5 Bobby Goldsboro Mission Impossible Weekend News News News Nations Business News CJOC News News Oil Report News Insight Question Period Siinda.- Hour Traveiure Merv Griffin Movie: Ride Clear of Diablo are a prairie wild-horse round- up, a twenty-fifth anniversary ribute to the transistor, and a ook back at the Old West )y a man who was there! Canadian Football League: As rights holders for the 1973 3FL season, CBC television will ;elecast 20 regular season games this summer and fall, about twice as many as last season. The opening games will )e Tuesday, July 31, with the CBC's Eastern network seeing Toronto at Ottawa, and Edmon- :on at Winnipeg being seen in the West. CBC also has ex- clusive rights to the 1973 CANADA GAMES to be held in New Westminster and Burna- by, B.C. Aug. 3-12. Comprehen- sive 'live' coverage will be tele- cast of most events, including rock and field, rowing, base- jail, softball, swimming, diving, soccer and lacrosse. Some cov- erage wUl be on ah Available- o-Affiliates basis. Other sports highlights include the Canadian Open Tennis Championships Aug. 25-26, The Canadian Open July 28-29, and coverage of Ex- pos Baseball which again will lx> telecast Wednesday nights beginning May 2. Wednesday Night {Specials ill be telecast on non-baseball Wednesdays, and will include Song Of The Island (May 30, 8 a one-hour tribute to Prince Edward Island in its Centennial year; The Naked Mind (May 30, 9 a prob- ing study on psychiatry from the CBC-TV Arts and Sciences unit; and three one-hour films from the National Film Board to be seen June 27, July 25 and Aug. 8 at 10 p m. On CBC Owned and Operated stations and Available to Affili- ates: Four Mini-series Effec- tive June 25, Mondays at p.m., four half-hour mini-series of three programs each will be produced in four of CBC's re- gional centres, leading off with the David Clayton Thomas Show produced in Toronto and showcasing the former star per- former of Blood, Sweat and Tears. This will be followed by three comedy variety shows from Winnipeg entitled Inside Canada; three from Vancouver starring Jim and Judy Ginn, a brother-and-sister singing team; and three variety programs from Halifax featuring Gary Karr. The Dong Crosley Show, Sat- urdays at p.m. beginning June 16, features this popular Canadian singer with the Dave Shaw orchestra, a vocal group, and guest stars perio-mmg the hits currently on the charts as well as favorites from the past. It will be produced in Winnipeg. Succeeding The Doug Crosley Show as of July 28 will be an- other Winnipeg pro duction, jStratusfaction, which will bring together J3 young performers from Calgary and original mu- sic written and arranged by the group, as well as a special guest each week. Returning or continuing Ca- nadian series, on the Full Net- work, include: Of All People, a new series of programs pro- filing ordinary and interesting Canadians who have unusual stories (Sundays at p.m. starting May Take 30 which becomes Thirty From CBC regional centres across the country weekdays at 3 p.m.; and The National, nightly at 11 p.m. on CBC Owned-and- Operated stations and Available to Affiliates: Injiressions (for- merly Distinguished Canadians) which will present a new series on Canadians who have played important roles in Canadian Hfe (Sundays, p.m. starting July Viewpoint, weeknights following The National; Lunch- eon Date with Ehvood Glover, weekdays at noon; Encounter, Thursdays at p.m.; and Norman Corwin Presents, six new half-hour dramas hosted by tht noted American play- wright, starting May 17, Thurs- day at 9 p.m., then moving on June 27 to Wednesday at p.m. Highlights of new imported series to be telecast on the FuU CBC-TV Network this summer include: Tom Brown's Schwldays, be- ginning Sunday, May 13 at 3 p in. for five occasions. This one-hour BBC serialization of the classic Thomas Hughes no- vel, will include special on-cam- era introductions by actor Les- lie Nielsen, produced in Toron- to. Bless This House, a British family situation comedy star- ring Sid James as the father of a teenage son and daughter, starts June 2 in the Saturday at 9.30 p.m. time slot, continuing through July 21. (The series was seen on some stations last year.) STV Stanley Cup Sped? 26" RCA CONSOLE Super 90 solid state chassis Black Matrix tube Accumatic color and tint Automatic fine tuning Walnut cabinet 5 year picture tube warranty STANLEY CUP SPECIAL VAN'S TV SALES AND SERVICE 1238 3rd AVE. S. PHONE 327-5020 ;