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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 11, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta A WARM WELCOME AWAITS YOU HOTEL The Lethbrtdge Herald 1LEVISION GUIDE HANNIGAN'S 328-4038 FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1970 tJSTINGS FOR SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 12 TO FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 197O CBC, CTV Present Fail Programs Familiar Shows Cancelled, Netv Ones Make Their Debut TELESCOPE PRESENTS DONALD SUTHERLAND-Donald Sutherland, Canada's latest addition to the international star field, will be the first personality for CBC-TV's Telescope new season starling on the network Tuesday, Sept. 15, at p.m., on Channel 7. Sutherland, star of Kelly's Heroes and Start The Revolution Without Me, will be seen on the set of his latest film, Alex In Wonderland, and at home with his wife, Shirley, daughter of T. C. Douglas, national leader of the NDP. Talented Canadian Actor Appears On Telescope Debut One of Canadian television's longest-running and most-pop- ular series, Telescope, returns to CBC-TV this fail, Tuesday, Sept. 15, at p.m. on Chan- nel 7 with a personality profile of the high-flying and talented Canadian actor Donald .Suther- land. With new host Ken Cavanagh, the first edition of Telescope '71 will follow Sutherland at home and at work as he films his latest movie Alex in Won- derland. Sutherland's zany per- formance in the smash hit film and his other portrayals in such movies as The Dirty Dozen, Kelly's Her- ces and Start The Revolution Without Me have won rave re- vues and have made the young actor a Hollywood star. Telescope shows Sutherland at work on the set of Alex in Wonderland and at home with his wife and children. He is married to the former Shirley Douglas, daughter of NDP lead- er Tommy Douglas. Mrs. Suth- erland was recently in the news when arrested by Los Angeles police for alleged complicity in a Black Panther plot. She was later completely cleared. Sutherland attended the Uni- versity of Toronto during his student years and explains to Telescope viewers his unortho- dox views on life and how they were developed. ANNOUNCING highlights of its 1970 Fall network tele- vision schedule, the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation plans to increase Canadian production over the 19G9-70 season by more than seven hours a week. The plans envisage an overall in- crease of about 200 hours dur- ing the season, split evenly among Information programs and a new Canadian daytime serial. Information programs will produce seven new series for the fall, including two in the Schools and Youth area, includ- ing Commitment Canada, a one- hour program by the same production team responsible for the highly successful This Land Of Ours series, the pollution tril- ogy, Voyage To The Sea Of Ice and Tommy Tompkins, Bush- man. These programs are rep- resentative of tlie kind of stows to be produced in Commitment Canada. Suzuki On Science, a five-part beginning in January primarily UJK------------ ing well known genetics scien- tist and professor, Dr. David Suzuki of Vancouver. Living, also a five-part series to begin following the New Year and produced in Vancou- ver. This series is a think tank session involving prominent personalities in the :contempor- ary philosophical world of free- flowing, spirited: discussions with students. Analog, a 15-minube weekly program from Toronto concen- trating on business, labor, eco- nomics, and the stock market. Update, a half hour newsreel- type program produced in To- ronto highlighting major devel- opments of the past week. Drop-Iir, a half hour chil- dren's program to be scheduled three times a week with the main emphasis of involving to- day's youth in what is going on in the world around them. Ooops, is a half hour program that will originate from all across Canada and will be a new concept in elementary school quiz television. Returning Information pro- grams include Tjic Nature Of Tilings and Man At The Centre. Also coming back are Weekend, Thursday Night (now called Tuesday Night, due to the shift of Man Alive, Encounter, Take 30, Country Calendar, and Hymn Sing. Sesame Street, the highly ac- claimed hour long series for pre-schoolers produced by the Children's Television Workshop Incorporated in the U.S., will be telecast on a Monday to Fri- day basis this fall. In variety, the CBC an- nounced tv.'o new half hour weekly shows, one produced in Vancouver and the otber pro- duced in both Vancouver and Toronto; revamped the format of a third weekly series from Montreal under a new title, Zut, and featuring Barrie Bal- daro, Dave Broadfoot, Joan Stuart and Ted Zeigler, and ex- panded The Tommy Hunter FAMILJAK Concluded On Page 2 All-New Daytime Programs Will Seen On CTV A STRIKING feature of the Fall schedule on CTV is an all-new two-hour daytime block of programs to be seen p.m.. At p.m. in Famous Jury Trials, a daily series of re-enactments of historic court- room dramas.. Following at p.m. is Another World, one of North America's most popu- lar strip drama series. At p.m. the Network will present The Trouhle With Tracy, a daily account of the crazy hap- penings in the lives of a young married couple and their rela- tives. Completing the daytime line-up at p.m. is The Generation Gap, a panel show hosted by Rich Little, in which the old and the young find out how rmich or how little they know about one another. LOOKING AHEAD The p.m. News and In- formation slot on Thursdays is to be filled by Here Come The Seventies, a. Canadian series of half-hour programs looking ahead to the challenges of this new decade, and suggesting the directions man should take in order to survive the problems of the Seventies. Elsewhere in the prime time schedule Matt Lincoln, starring Vince Edwards will be seen Sundays at p.m., while UFO. the British science fiction scries moves Into the p.m. Monday time period. Room 222 one of last season's most popular new entries in the United States, enters Ifts Cana- dian schedule in the p.m. Tuesday lime period, and hour sports magazine program -with in-depth analyses of the week's top sports stories, is scheduled for p.m. Wed- nesdays. The p.m. time period on Wednesdays will be scheduled locally. The Bewitched series will be delivered to stations by the Network on Sundays for selective placement at affili- ates' discretion. Two new Canadian-produced youth-oriented programs enter the CTV schedule on .the week- end. Piccadillv Presents (work- ing a "half-hour of pop music of all kinds, will be seen at p.m. on Saturdays. This series is produced by" CTV's Calgary affiliate station CFCN- TV, while on Sundays at p.m. CTV will present Univer- sity Challenge, a contest of wits and knowledge between teams representing Universities from across Canada. On Saturday mornings Marc Stone will host Marc's Music Shop, a weekly Canadian half- hour of fun for the very young to ba followed by Secret Ser- vice, a British series mixing live action with the Supermar- ionation techniques used so suc- Concluded On Page 3 Now Available At HOYT'S! SANYO WASHER SPIN DRYER Sanyo Makes life's Good Things Better. 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