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October 14, 1976

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8 The nvme Democrat/ Pathfinder October 14, 1976 What's new on WWVU-TV This fall, area television viewers can look forward to exciting new programming from ,local. public television station WWVU-TV, Morgan- town, West Virginia. The station just unveiled their new fall program schedule and it reflects the strongest, most diversified schedule of programs in the history of public television. Marked by the outstanding programming from the Public Broad- casting Service, {laBS), as well as superb local productions, this year's schedule is deminated by American- made programs originating from over a dozen public television production centers located throughout the country. Sunday evening programming on WWVU-TV will focus on the performing arts. EVENING AT SYMPHONY debuts October 10, at 8 p.m.. with 13 new concerts by the Boston Symphony Orchestra. featuring Music Director, Seiji Ozawa. At 9 p.m., its public television's traditional Sunday evening showcase for outstanding drama-MASTERPIECE THEATRE. First in the series this year will be a fear-part version of the classic "'Madame Bovary." GREAT PERFORMANCES at 10 p.m. {from New York and around the country), public television's anthology of major music. theater and dance productions, rounds out the evening. Monday features a variety of programming on WWVU-TV. After THE MACNEIL/LEHRER REPORT, THE ADAMS CHRONICLES, public television's triumphant historical drama of last season, will present 13 weeks of encore performances. At 9 p.m., IN PERFORMANCE AT WOLF TRAP, returns for a third PBS season. SOUNDSTAGE debuts at 10 p.m.. with an exciting new line-up of contempor- ary music. Tuesday evening's schedule will feature outstanding specials-major individual programs on a variety of topics. Special programming will include three Bicentennial dramas produced for the prestigious HALL OF FAME series. "Valley Forge," with RichardBasehart as George Washing- ton; 'rhe Rivalry." starring Arthur Hill as Abraham Lincoln; and "Truman at Potsdam," with Ed Flanders as Harry S. Truman. Tuesday specials will also include monthly installments of PICCADILLY CIRCUS, from Boston This Fall will also offer a new season of NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC SPECIALS. "Treasure." featuring a search for sunken Spanish gold off theFlorida Keys. is the first in the series, followed later in the season by "Voyage of the Hokulea," "The New Indians," and "'The Volga." Each Tuesday. at 9:30 p.m.. features MASTERPIECE THEATRE, a repeat of the Sunday performance, followed by ANYONE FOR TENNYSON? at 10:30 p.m. with the First Poetry Quartet. Wednesday evening's schedule spotlights the sciences and arts. NOVA. begins the evening at 8 p.m., with a series of vivid examinations of The World of Science. Then at 9 p.m.. GREAT PERFORMANCES-splendid presentations of "Live From Linciln Center." "'Dance in America." and "Theater in America." will be admired. BOOK BEAT foUows at 10:30 p.m. Thursday evenings sparkle with an array of new programming, Premiering October 21, at 8 p.m., it's GETTING ON, a weekly 30-minute series about older people who speak for themselves. At 8:30 p.m., ONCE UPON A CLASSIC, the brightest new star for PBS, features a collection of award-winning children's Rims never seen before on American television - "The Prince and The Pauper," "David Copperfield;" and "Heidi." For adult viewers, Thursday's schedule offers VISIONS, a dramatic new series aimed at encouraging new American drama for television; 15 original works will be featured throughout the season. Conrad Bromberg's, "Two Brothers," begins the 90-minute series on October 21. For the first time in the Mstory of television, a full night on PB' will be devoted to public affairs programming- Friday evenings. Following THE MACNEIL/LEHRER REPORT, WASHINGTON WEEK IN REVIEW returns with a aeries of maior interviews with improtant news- makers. WALL STREET WEEK follows at 8:30 p.m. and USA: PEOPLE AND POLITICS will be on at 9 p.m., on November 5. PBS begins a maior new series showcasing documentaries by independent and public television producers. This pioneering series will provide a unique opportunity for producers historically denied access to national television. Saturdays will feature programs appealing to every member of the family. At 7 p.m., REBOP (from Boston}, premieres in early December with an all-new half-hour series for 9 to 13 year olds. REBOP will be followed by the new PBS children's series, ONCE UPON A CLASSIC. Next, will be an anthology designed First in the ! November OASIS IN will be for those review the viewers ths with a featured lhe zany p MONTY Glenville Announcing the retirement of Glen business world of AMWAY. 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