This is the Retro TV TV schedule for the next 12 hours within the Phoenix (Prescott) Area. You can view other local TV listings by going back to the full TV guide schedule.
|12:30 PM||The Adventures of Kit Carson |
Kit and El Toro expose racketeers. Bill Williams, Don Diamond.
|1:00 PM||Arizona Days |
Tex Ritter stars as a singing cowboy who saves a minstrel show from outlaws. Ethelind Terry, Eleanor Stewart, Syd Saylor, Snub Pollard.
|3:00 PM||Doctor Who |
“The Invisible Enemy,” Part 1 of four. Tom Baker, Elisabeth Sladen, Brian Grellis.
|3:30 PM||Doctor Who |
“The Invisible Enemy,” Part 2. Tom Baker, Louise Jameson, Frederick Jaeger.
|4:00 PM||Doctor Who |
“The Invisible Enemy,” Part 3. Tom Baker, Louise Jameson, Frederick Jaeger.
|4:30 PM||Doctor Who |
“The Invisible Enemy,” conclusion. Tom Baker, Louise Jameson, Frederick Jaeger.
|5:00 PM||Captain Isotope and the Enemy of Space |
|5:30 PM||One Step Beyond |
A father and son quarrel just before they have an accident. Michael Connors, Robert Carricart, Yvette Vickers, Ruggero Romor.
|6:00 PM||Republic of Doyle |
Jake and Mal investigate death threats being made to a construction magnate; Leslie makes a bad first impression.
|7:00 PM||A Bucket of Blood |
A waiter, who is jealous of the beatnik crowd hanging out at his café, becomes an art sensation after he inadvertently kills his landlady's cat and covers the corpse with clay.
|9:00 PM||Cold Squad |
A group of detectives solves murder cases.
|10:00 PM||Intelligence |
A Vancouver crime boss and a high-ranking intelligence official secretly agree to work together.
|11:00 PM||Paid Programming |
|11:30 PM||Paid Programming |
|12:00 AM||Paid Programming |
|12:30 AM||Paid Programming |
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