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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 29, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta A WARM WELCOME AWAITS YOU MARQUIS HOTEL The Lcthbridge Herald TELEVISION GUIDE BURGER BARON Phone 328-5303 FOR PICKUP ORDERS FRIDAY, JANUARY 29. 1971 LISTINGS FOR SATURDAY, JANUARY 30 TO FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1971 Full coverage of moon flight TARGET FOR ASTRONAUTS - Canada's two television networks will bring to viewers special coverage of the Apollo XIV moon-shot. The astronauts will be followed from Sunday, Jan. 31 at 12:30 p.m. to the splash down on Tuesday, Feb. 9. Leopold Stokowski music-documentary Legendary figure in music With that old unlucky number 13 out of the way, millions of North Americans are breathing a bit easier about the next moon shot, Apollo 14, which begins Sunday, Jan. 31, at 12:30 p.m. on Channels 7 and 13 and includes two wanes on the moon's surface and ends with splashdown Tuesday, Feb. 9. CBC and CTV television will cover all important aspects of the mission, including the launch, moonwalks, lunar lift-off and rendezvous and splashdown, j Any emergencies will be automatically covered in bulletins or newscasts. Apollo 14 will rocket astronauts Alan B. Shepard, the United States' first man in space, and rookie astronauts Stuart A. Boosa and Edgar D. Mitchell on a mission duplicating the planned voyage of Apollo 13. which returned safely to earth despite an oxygen tank explosion and grievous structural damage. CBC-TV coverage will emanate from CBS with correspondent Walter Cronkite and space expert Watty Schirra reporting from Cape Kennedy. Canadian anchormen will be.Lloyd Robertson and Bob Evans, with CBC newsman Gordon Donaldson and William Rector, former NASA project manager on hand for additional commentary. CTV News, under the experienced guidance of anchorman Harvey Kirck, will present comprehensive coverage of the flight During coverage of the splashdown on February 9, Harvey Kirck win be joined by Dr. Joe Maclnnes, well known Canadian undersea specialist. To familiarize himself with the full Apollo XTV mission schedule, Kirck will visit Houston and Cape Kennedy to attend press conferences, meet flight personnel and make full tours of the Mission Control Centre complex. From National Educational Television in New York comes a one-hour music-documentary, in color, titled Leopold Stokowski, focussing on the life and times of this 88-year-old legendary figure in the contemporary world of music. For telecast on CBC-TV Wednesday, Feb. 3, at 9 p.m., the film special shows the maestro at work, in rehearsal and performance . with his American Symphony, based in New York, and in a recording session with the London Symphony. The special also follows him off the podium-in conversation with Canada's Glenn Gould, auditioning a young violinist (Marilyn Du Bow) for the American Symphony, attending a cocktail party in honor of Ms receiving a gold medal for "distinguished service to the arts, on shipboard on his way to London, in Central Park at a ball-game between his orchestra members and those of the New York Philharmonic. CTV special pays tribute to forest firefighters Last August 10,000 firefigif ers battled one of the worst forest fires in the State of Wash ington's history. When finally brought under -control 190,000 acres of Federal, State and private land had been destroyed. The heroism of those dedicated men who constantly risked their lives is the subject of the CTV special Wildfire to be telecast in color on Tuesday February 2, 9:00-10:00 p.m. (Pre-empting The Johnny Cash Show on this occasion.) Wildfire, a MGM-Mooogram special, shows the story of the attempts to contain the drama-lie fire that raged along a hun- dred mile front from the town of Wenatchee, on the Columbia River, to an area near the Grand Coulee Dam. Songwriter guest on Nashville North Kris Ktistofferson, who has been named the Songwriter of the Year by the Nashville Songwriters Association, is guest star on CTV's Nashville North, Tuesday February 2, �.-30-9:00 p.m. Among Kristofferson's big hits are "Sunday Mbrnm' Corn-in' Down," "For The Good Times" and "Me And Bobby McGee." Born the son of a cabinetmaker in London, England (his gran dfather bad emigrated from Poland), Stokowski at 14 was the youngest student ever admitted to the Royal College of Music. Verdi was still alive, as were Brahms, Bruckner and Jobann Strauss; the year was 1896. The phonograph and movie camera were stiH in their infancy; Stokowski was to use both with great effectiveness in later years. His study at this time was concentrated on the organ, and in 1902 he got his first important job as organist and choirmaster of St. James Church, Piccadilly (in the TV special, this period of his life is recalled by two Englishwomen who knew him then and were associated with the church in which he worked). Stokowski accepted his first American appointment in 1909, as conductor of the Cincinnati Symphony. This was his first conducting post, and he used a baton in those days. Later the famous hands were his conducting trademark. In 1912 began Stokowski's 26-year tenure as conductor of the Philadelphia Orchestra; he added lustre to its reputation, developing it into one of the best orchestras in the world and creating for himself a fame that has never left him. STOKOWSKI AND GOULD - Conductor Leopold Stokowski and pianist-broadcaster Glenn Gould at work. The 86-year-old maestro studies a score while Gould studies him in preparation for Stokowski: A Portrait For Radio By Glenn Gould. 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