WSWH Retro TV TV Guide Listings

Live TV schedule for WSWH Retro TV in the Birmingham Ann/Tusc Area

This is the WSWH Retro TV TV schedule for the next 12 hours within the Birmingham Ann/Tusc Area. You can view other local TV listings by going back to the full TV guide schedule.

11:00 AMSpellbinder II: Land of the Dragon Lord 
The futuristic adventures of a teenage brother and sister trapped in a parallel universe ruled by a spoiled 12-year-old.
11:30 AMThe Girl From Tomorrow 
12:00 PMEscape from Jupiter 
A sci-fi series set in a space station, where young refugees from a mining colony are stranded following a series of volcanic eruptions.
12:30 PMThe Soupy Sales Show 
An outrageous kids show (that adults could appreciate too) with a wacky host, puppets, sketches, blackouts and songs. This mayhem maven started in 1953 on a station in Detroit before going national on ABC and ultimately turning up in syndication. It was, literally, pie-in-the-face humor, with Sales claiming that he's had more than 25,000 whipped-cream facials. He was once given a week's suspension for asking young viewers to send him the `little green pieces of paper' from their dads' wallets.
1:00 PMThe Jerry Lewis Show 
Jerry Lewis hosted two prime-time variety shows. One was a fiasco, the other ran for two seasons. The first was a big-budget, two-hour affair telecast live from Hollywood's El Capitan Theatre. It premiered with great fanfare, but was greeted rudely by critics and with apathy by viewers. Dick Cavett was one of its writers. In the other (an hourlong show), Lewis played his movie characters in sketches. The Osmonds were frequent guests. Les Brown was the bandleader for both series.
1:30 PMThe Lucy Show 
The TV icon plays a widow living with best bud Vivian and their kids while she works as a secretary for long-suffering banker Mr. Mooney. Five years after `I Love Lucy,' and without Desi, Ball scored another hit series that showcased her gift for physical comedy and her chemistry with old cohort Vivian Vance (who left after the third season). After undergoing a format change in 1968, it was retitled `Here's Lucy.'
2:00 PMPetticoat Junction 
A widow and her three daughters (and Uncle Joe, who's a-movin' kinda slow) run the Shady Rest Hotel in Hooterville, whose clientele consists mainly of passengers on the spur line of an almost-defunct railroad.
2:30 PMThe Beverly Hillbillies 
CBS hit a ratings gusher with this rustic sitcom about a poor mountaineer turned oil baron who relocated, along with his eccentric clan, to 'the hills of Beverly.' The series frequently topped the Nielsens during its nine-season run. It also spun off the long-running 'Petticoat Junction' (which, in turn, spun off 'Green Acres'), but a 1993 feature film based on the original proved unsuccessful.
3:00 PMDragnet 
The classic cop drama follows the cases of laconic Sgt. Joe Friday and his various sidekicks in storylines drawn from actual case files. Originally a radio vehicle for star Jack Webb, the Emmy-winning series was a pioneer in its realistic depiction of police work, though its staccato, just-the-facts dialogue and voice-over narration became the stuff of parody. The show proved enduringly popular, inspiring a 1954 feature, a 1987 spoof (with Dan Aykroyd and Tom Hanks) and a 2003 ABC revival.
3:30 PMThe Green Hornet 
Adventures of the masked crimefighter and his assistant Kato that tried to duplicate the success of ABC's other dynamic superhero, `Batman,' which had premiered earlier in the year. This series, an adaptation of a radio show, was played more seriously, though, and while it had its own style and received some praise, it languished in a Friday time slot and was canceled after one season. It became a cult favorite later, thanks largely to future martial-arts legend Bruce Lee, who played Kato.
4:00 PMRay Bradbury Theater 
The sci-fi author's works were adapted for this anthology series, which included appearances by notable actors.
4:30 PMRay Bradbury Theater 
The sci-fi author's works were adapted for this anthology series, which included appearances by notable actors.
5:00 PMDoctor Who 
A cult favorite about the journeys through the universe of a time-traveling eccentric, a cultural icon who has been portrayed by more than a half dozen actors since the show's 1963 debut on the BBC. The campy sci-fi fantasy developed an equally fanatical following when it was syndicated in the U.S. in the late 1970s, mostly on PBS.
5:30 PMDoctor Who 
A cult favorite about the journeys through the universe of a time-traveling eccentric, a cultural icon who has been portrayed by more than a half dozen actors since the show's 1963 debut on the BBC. The campy sci-fi fantasy developed an equally fanatical following when it was syndicated in the U.S. in the late 1970s, mostly on PBS.
6:00 PMDoctor Who 
A cult favorite about the journeys through the universe of a time-traveling eccentric, a cultural icon who has been portrayed by more than a half dozen actors since the show's 1963 debut on the BBC. The campy sci-fi fantasy developed an equally fanatical following when it was syndicated in the U.S. in the late 1970s, mostly on PBS.
6:30 PMDoctor Who 
A cult favorite about the journeys through the universe of a time-traveling eccentric, a cultural icon who has been portrayed by more than a half dozen actors since the show's 1963 debut on the BBC. The campy sci-fi fantasy developed an equally fanatical following when it was syndicated in the U.S. in the late 1970s, mostly on PBS.
7:00 PMThe Indian Doctor 
Cultures collide when an Indian doctor begins practicing medicine in a small Welsh mining village during the 1960s. Based on a true story.
8:00 PMMurdoch Mysteries 
A detective series set in 1895 Toronto based on the mystery novels of Maureen Jennings.

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