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A&E Listings

Here are listings for A&E Biography (and other prime-time evening programs), and here's a link for A&E Biography videos.
A&E provides listings on the 1st (times are EST/Pacific Time):

A&E Primetime Programming Schedule

Monday-Friday programs are each repeated once, 4 hours later

NOTE: We are listing both EST/Pacific Time and individual television ratings.
All are [TV G] or [PG]unless noted.
[NR] = Not Rated, news-related program.

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04/01/2003

 8:00 Biography.  Patricia Heaton. Profile
of the "Everybody Loves Raymond" star who
struggled for years to succeed and nearly
quit acting before getting her big break on
TV's "thirtysomething". Includes interviews
with Ray Romano, Brad Garrett, and New York
Yankees owner George Steinbrenner. CC  [TV
G]

 9:00 Cold Case Files.  The Unluckiest Man
& The Deadly Triangle/Ticket to Nowhere &
The Paper Route. A fire investigator helps
crack the case of an arsonist and killer
who set a series of fires to collect
insurance money; and a prison inmate tells
a homicide detective that he knows plenty
about a murder that took place in
California 15 years earlier. Then, a 13-
year-old girl's mother is murdered and 20
years later she helps bring the killer to
justice; and a dogged policeman gets to the
bottom of the brutal murder of a 63-year-
old newspaper delivery woman. (2-hour
version) CC  [TV PG]

 11:00 Third Watch.  A Hero's Rest.
Officers Yokas (Molly Price), Bosco (Jason
Wiles), Sully (Skipp Sudduth), and Davis
(Coby Bell) fearfully search for a cop
killer. Bosco's new superior (recurring
guest star Brad Beyer) already hates him.
Patti D'Arbanville guest stars as Bosco's
irascible mother. CC  [TV 14]


 04/02/2003

 8:00 Biography.  Marg Helgenberger: Don't
Call Me Marg. A look at the actress who
plays one of the toughest women on TV and
is just as strong off-screen. The former
resident of North Bend, Nebraska
(population 1,200), she's played a
prostitute on "China Beach" and a stripper
turned forensics investigator on "CSI".
Includes interviews with "CSI" co-star
William Peterson, Dana Delany, and CBS
President Leslie Moonves. CC  [TV G]

 9:00 American Justice.  To Save Their
Souls. The shocking case of John Emil List,
the mild-mannered accountant and deeply
religious man who claimed that he killed
five members of his family because they had
been turning away from God. On the lam for
17 years until his case was featured on
"America's Most Wanted", we include a rare
prison interview with List, who insists
that he acted to save his family's soul. CC
[TV PG]

 10:00 City Confidential.  Los Angeles:
Silenced Partner. Two former California
cops go into business in the City of
Angels' sleazy adult entertainment
industry. But their partnership ends in a
murder and a plot twist worthy of a
Hollywood script. Narrated by Paul
Winfield. CC  [TV PG]

 11:00 Third Watch.  True Love. Fists fly
as a vengeful Officer Bosco (Jason Wiles)
risks everything and tears after his
sobbing mother's abusive boyfriend
following another beating, while
Firefighter Doherty (Eddie Cibrian) gets
ambushed by a seething fellow fireman,
Lombardo (guest star Nick Sandow), who
spitefully pays him back double for
seducing his girlfriend. Also, the loveless
Officer Sully (Skipp Sudduth) meets an
attractive--and interested--Ukranian
neighbor (guest star Savannah Haske), and
makes a date. CC  [TV 14]


 04/03/2003

 8:00 Biography.  Candice Bergen: Taken
Seriously. Career of the feisty model,
actress, photojournalist, and star of the
smash sitcom "Murphy Brown". Follow
Candice's life from growing up as the
daughter of ventriloquist Edgar Bergen to
breakthrough role in "Carnal Knowledge",
marriage to director Louis Malle, and the
tiff started by Dan Quayle when "Murphy"
became a single mom. CC  [TV G]

 9:00 Columbo.  No Time to Die. Columbo's
(Peter Falk) nephew Andy Parma (Thomas
Calabro) marries a famous model, Melissa
Hays (Joanna Going), and after their lavish
wedding reception, Melissa mysteriously
disappears. The teleplay was written by
Robert Van Scoyk from a story by Ed McBain.
CC  [TV PG]

 11:00 Third Watch.  Duty. Sully (Skipp
Sudduth) is hurt and angered when he is
roughed up by Internal Affairs cops trying
to squeeze a confession out of him after a
rogue cop accuses him of manufacturing
evidence against a child molesting killer.
The allegations hit just when it seems he
might discover a little joy from his
newfound romance with an attractive
Ukrainian neighbor (guest star Savannah
Haske). Elsewhere, Kim (Kim Raver) is
concerned about Bobby's (Bobby Cannavale)
mood change. CC  [TV 14]


 04/04/2003

 8:00 Expedition Egypt.  Mysteries of King
Tut. Of all of Egypt's pharaohs,
Tutankhamun remains the most famous and
enigmatic. Despite amazing discoveries made
when his tomb was unearthed, little
historical information exists on him--and
much of that is shrouded in debate. What
really killed the Boy-King? Did the "Curse
of King Tut" cause the death of three of
his tomb's discoverers? CC  [TV G]

 9:00 Palm Beach: Money, Power and
Privilege.   With special access to the
inner sanctums of the ultra-rich, we give
viewers a unique look at a town where 87%
of the residents are millionaires, the
supermarket provides valet parking, and a
bank offers a jewelry drop-off service. A
list of past and present Palm Beach
denizens includes: Winston Churchill, Clark
Gable, Burt Reynolds, Donald Trump, and
Rush Limbaugh. CC  [TV PG]

 11:00 Third Watch.  A Rock and a Hard
Place. Officers Yokas (Molly  Price) and
Bosco (Jason Wiles) are trapped undetected
with Carlos (Anthony Ruivivar) and a
wounded Doc (Michael Beach) in a dark,
abandoned basement where their radios are
useless. As they ponder their fate, Doc's
life seeps away--while their only hope
might be a vengeful gang of drug runners
who are certain to return for a lucrative
heroin stash. Elsewhere, Doherty (Eddie
Cibrian) and fellow firefighters get into
mischief during a long lull between calls.
CC  [TV 14]


 04/05/2003

 8:00 Cold Case Files.  One Night on the
Bayou/The Buckeye Misdemeanor. Alligators
feasting on a human corpse help police to
crack a murder investigation, and Phoenix
police discover that a preacher is the
culprit in a 20-year-old murder. CC  [TV PG-
L]

 9:00 Crossing Jordan.  Four Fathers. A
young man leaps to his death from a college
dormitory window after an apparent drug
binge, but Jordan suspects it was a mob-
related murder. Stars Jill Hennessy, Ken
Howard, Miguel Ferrer, Ravi Kapoor, and
Steve Valentine, and guest stars Paul
Winfield, Alan Feinstein, Ken Kercheval,
and Rodney Scott. CC  [TV 14]

 10:00 Third Watch.  Unfinished Business.
As doctors try to save Bobby's (Bobby
Cannavale) life, Officers Bosco (Jason
Wiles), Yokas (Molly Price), and fellow
cops scour the city in search of the
shooter--a desperate drug addict (guest
star Kirk Acevedo) who's on the run while
hoping to score one last fix. Meanwhile, a
helpless Kim (Kim Raver) watches emergency
room doctors labor to save the victim's
life, casting a vindictive eye at the
junkie's overwrought sister (guest star
Judy Reyes). Cops capture the shooter, but
Bobby dies. CC  [TV 14]

 11:00 Paparazzi.  What is the Price of a
Picture? This special one hour episode
looks at the life of celebrity photographer
Louie De Filippis as he pursues shots of
Madonna: first at her concerts, and then
crossing the country in pursuit of candid
photos of this celebrity phenomenon. It's
Lou at his most determined. A Bio Channel
Special Presentation. CC  [TV G]


 04/06/2003

 8:00 Biography.  Ozzie and Harriet: The
Adventures of America's Favorite Family.
Chronicles the members of the Nelson family
who starred in their own 1950s sitcom, but
whose personal lives were very different
than their squeaky-clean TV image. In this
2-hour portrait, son David talks about his
childhood problems and Kris Nelson, widow
of Rick, talks about his drug abuse. CC
[TV G]

 10:00 Biography.  Barbara Eden and
Elizabeth Montgomery. Talk about the
perfect mate--think about life with a
carefree genie or a loveable witch! This 2-
hour biography special spotlights the lives
of Barbara Eden, famed for her role on "I
Dream of Jeannie", and Elizabeth Montgomery
of "Bewitched" acclaim. One endured
estrangement from her movie star father,
Robert Montgomery, and died at age 62 of
colon cancer; the other survived two
divorces, loss of her second child, and a
son with a drug problem. Features TV clips,
rare screen tests, and candid interviews.
CC  [TV G]


 04/07/2003

 8:00 Biography.  Tom Selleck: More Than
Magnum. Traces the career of the actor with
Greek-god looks who rose from being a
Valley boy and male model to star in
"Magnum, P.I.". Features clips of his
appearance on "The Dating Game" that led to
a movie contract and a look at the
controversial moments in his career,
including the false tabloid stories about
his sexuality and Rosie O'Donnell's attack
on his support for the NRA. CC  [TV G]

 9:00 Midsomer Murders.  Written in Blood.
When the leader of a writer's club is found
brutally murdered, a best-selling novelist
is suspected of the crime. Based on
Caroline Graham's novel and starring John
Nettles as Inspector Barnaby and Daniel
Casey as Sergeant Troy. Guest star: Anna
Massey. CC  [TV PG]

 11:00 Third Watch.  Requiem for a
Bantamweight. Bobby (Bobby Cannavale) risks
his life when his former girlfriend Gina
(guest star Judy Reyes) asks him to help
his old childhood friend Paulie (guest star
Kirk Acevedo), a would-be pugilist whose
career quickly flamed out and now a
hopeless junkie near death. Meanwhile,
Officer Sully (Skipp Sudduth) finds out
that Tatiana (guest star Savannah Haske),
his new Ukrainian girlfriend, is an illegal
alien and has a son. CC  [TV 14]


 04/08/2003

 8:00 Napoleon, Pt. 1.   A sweeping bio-
drama about the legendary French leader's
great victories and bitter defeats on the
battlefield, his love for the beautiful
Josephine, and the impact his turbulent
reign had on European history. Stars John
Malkovich, Isabella Rossellini, Gerard
Depardieu, Anouk Aimee, and Christian
Clavier as Napoleon. Filmed in France,
Austria, the Czech Republic, Hungary,
Canada, and the island of St. Helena, where
Napoleon died. (2002) CC  [TV PG]

 10:00 Napoleon, Pt. 1.   A sweeping bio-
drama about the legendary French leader's
great victories and bitter defeats on the
battlefield, his love for the beautiful
Josephine, and the impact his turbulent
reign had on European history. Stars John
Malkovich, Isabella Rossellini, Gerard
Depardieu, Anouk Aimee, and Christian
Clavier as Napoleon. Filmed in France,
Austria, the Czech Republic, Hungary,
Canada, and the island of St. Helena, where
Napoleon died. (2002) CC  [TV PG]


 04/09/2003

 8:00 Napoleon, Pt. 2.   Napoleon's "Grand
Army" of 600,000 troops is decimated by the
Russian winter. After a brief exile at
Elba, Napoleon returns triumphantly to
Paris, only to meet his final defeat at
Waterloo and banishment to the island of
St. Helena. Stars Christian Clavier, John
Malkovich, Isabella Rossellini, Gerard
Depardieu, and Anouk Aimee. (2002) CC  [TV
PG]

 10:00 Napoleon, Pt. 2.   Napoleon's "Grand
Army" of 600,000 troops is decimated by the
Russian winter. After a brief exile at
Elba, Napoleon returns triumphantly to
Paris, only to meet his final defeat at
Waterloo and banishment to the island of
St. Helena. Stars Christian Clavier, John
Malkovich, Isabella Rossellini, Gerard
Depardieu, and Anouk Aimee. (2002) CC  [TV
PG]


 04/10/2003

 8:00 Biography.  Marie Antoinette. A
balanced portrait of the queen who
epitomized the decadence of the French
monarchy at the time of the Revolution, but
who was in many ways a remarkable woman.
Ignorant of the plight of the masses and a
spendthrift while France neared bankruptcy,
Marie--who never said, "Let them eat cake"-
-was also trapped in a humiliating marriage
and courageous in the face of death. CC
[TV G]

 9:00 Columbo.  Murder: A Self Portrait.
Lt. Columbo investigates a world-renowned
painter who captures the soul of his
subject in a work of art that can also be
used to belie reality. Starring Peter Falk.
CC  [TV PG]

 11:00 Third Watch.  Honor. Doherty (Eddie
Cibrian) plays against his rival
firefighter (Jason Sehorn) in a football
game, but the competitors must join forces
to battle a deadly blaze. Meanwhile,
Doherty gulps hard when Brooke (guest star
Eva LaRue) serves him with divorce papers
and he learns that his best friend's
girlfriend (guest star Caralyn Kozlowski)--
who earlier cheated with him--is pregnant.
CC  [TV 14]


 04/11/2003

 8:00 Napoleon.   A sweeping 4-hour bio-
drama about the French emperor's great
victories and bitter defeats on the
battlefield, his love for the beautiful
Josephine, and the impact his turbulent
reign had on European history. Stars
Christian Clavier as Napoleon and Anouk
Aimee as his mother Letizia, with John
Malkovich (Talleyrand), Isabella Rossellini
(Josephine), and Gerard Depardieu (Fouche).
Filmed in France, Austria, the Czech
Republic, Hungary, Canada, and the island
of St. Helena, where Napoleon died. (2002)
CC  [TV PG]


 04/12/2003

 8:00 Cold Case Files.  The Unluckiest
Man/The Deadly Triangle. Fire investigator
Jack Malooly helps crack the case of an
arsonist and killer who set a series of
fires to collect insurance money; and a
prison inmate tells a homicide detective
that he can't help him with his current
murder investigation, but knows plenty
about another murder that took place in
California 15 years earlier. CC  [TV PG]

 9:00 Crossing Jordan.  Acts of Mercy.
Jordan discovers a senior citizen's suicide
may really have been a mercy killing
carried out by her doctor, and Bug and
Nigel audition for a cable TV autopsy show.
Guest star Jerry O'Connell joins Jill
Hennessy, Ken Howard, Miguel Ferrer, Ravi
Kapoor, and Steve Valentine. CC  [TV 14]

 10:00 Third Watch.  The Self-Importance of
Being Carlos. Carlos (Anthony Ruivivar),
rebellious and seemingly by the tragedies
around him, is ordered to attend a
sensitivity seminar with other hostile city
workers, including Officer Bosco (Jason
Wiles). Carlos tries to learn how to better
relate to people and discovers he actually
enjoys being nice. However, the sensitivity
counselor (guest star Eric Bogosian) is
dubious about his desire to change.
Meanwhile, Firefighter Doherty (Eddie
Cibrian) gets a scare from a former lover
(guest star Caralyn Kozlowski). CC  [TV 14]

 11:00 Paparazzi.  Three Times Lucky:
Cruise, Pacino and Gere. This episode
focuses on 48 hours in the life of
celebrity photographer Louie De Filippis as
he pursues shots of Richard Gere, Al
Pacino, and Tom Cruise, all in Toronto at
the same time. We see how Lou gets his
inside information, how he tries to get
shots of people who try to avoid him, and
how he uses his hometown knowledge and
inside information to outsmart the
celebrities and their PR people. It's Lou
at his most determined. A Bio Channel
Special Presentation. CC  [TV G]

 11:30 The Star Treatment.  #1. In this
fast-paced series, we profile people who
pamper, coif, serve, instruct, mind,
manage, clothe, transport, protect, advise,
and cater in every conceivable way to the
stars. In this episode, we meet Oribe,
hairstylist to Sharon Stone, Jennifer
Lopez, and Julianne Moore; Chef Raj
Brandston, Diet Zone chef to celebrities
Winona Ryder and Will Smith; and Simone
Martel, planner for Michael Douglas and
Catherine Zeta-Jones's wedding and Arnold
Schwarzenegger's charity events. CC  [TV G]


 04/13/2003

 8:00 Biography.  The Unknown Jesus. A 2-
hour investigation that challenges
traditional beliefs about Jesus. Was Jesus
really a poor carpenter or an aristocrat?
Was he a pacifist or a revolutionary
determined to overthrow Roman tyranny? Did
he really grow up in Nazareth or another
place? And was he a real-life martyr or a
convenient fiction? CC  [TV G]

 10:00 The Point.  IRS Horror Stories. An
eye-opening probe into how the Internal
Revenue Service, in its blind desire to
collect taxes, has destroyed lives, ruined
businesses, and damaged careers. In their
first TV interviews, IRS employees describe
how the agency has terrorized taxpayers,
and how its managers continue to resist
positive reform. CC  [TV PG]

 11:00 The Point.  Wild Justice: Bounty
Hunters. Enter the shadowy world of bounty
hunters and follow two hunters as they
pursue bail jumpers in New York City and
Georgia. We also look at how some bounty
hunters abuse their power. We'll meet bail
bondsmen, the head of a bounty hunter
association, and victims to see what threat
renegade bounty hunters pose to society. CC
[TV PG]


 04/14/2003

 8:00 Biography.  The House of Versace. The
story of the fashion label that has been
the favorite of rock stars, models, and
movie idols. Gianni Versace pursued new and
daring styles that propelled him to the top
of the fashion industry, and sister
Donatella took over the business after
Gianni was gunned down in front of his
Miami mansion. Includes interviews with
Donatella and "Vogue" editor Anna Wintour.
CC  [TV G]

 9:00 Inspector Morse.  Dead on Time. When
Henry Fallon, an elderly Oxford Don,
commits suicide, Inspector Morse is shocked
to discover that the dead man's wife is his
former fiancee. But a simple suicide soon
turns into a murder investigation, and
Sergeant Lewis becomes increasingly
concerned that Morse's love for Susan
Fallon is clouding his judgement. John Thaw
and Kevin Whately star, with guest star
Joanna David. CC  [TV PG]

 11:00 Third Watch.  Man Enough. Paramedic
Doc (Michael Beach) proposes marriage to
Dr. Sara Morales (guest star Lisa Vidal)
and then learns of her lucrative offer to
move to Philadelphia. While Doc tries to
ignore Carlos's (Anthony Ruivivar) joking,
he fears that he might be perceived as
playing a secondary role in his
relationship with Sara. Elsewhere, Doc
intercedes on behalf of a pneumonia-
stricken single mother (guest star Karen
Young) and her troubled young son (guest
star Joshua Harto) who needs medication and
special attention. CC  [TV 14]


 04/15/2003

 8:00 Biography.  The Woolworths: Five and
Dime Fortune and Failure. Story of how
Frank Winfield Woolworth began his "five
and dime" stores, and paid cash to build
the world's tallest skyscraper, the
Woolworth Building, in 1913. CC  [TV G]

 9:00 Cold Case Files.  Cat and Mouse &
Cabbie Killer/Terror in Telluride &
Signature of a Killer. A police
investigator discovers a letter written 16
years earlier that provides clues to a
woman's murder, and a firearms expert
supplies evidence that South Carolina
authorities need to put a man on trial in
2002 for a murder committed in 1961--the
oldest murder case ever tried in the state.
Then, a tipster's phone call helps solve
the murder of the heir to the U-Haul
company fortune, and a grisly murder case
is solved two decades later with the use of
new fingerprint technology. (2-hour
version) CC  [TV PG]

 11:00 Third Watch.  Exposing Faith.
Officer Faith Yokas (Molly Price) feels
neglected when a romantic 3-day weekend
alone with her husband Fred (guest star
Chris Bauer) crumbles after he enters a
foolish contest to win a truck. She tarts
herself up and takes a rebellious walk on
the wild side--where she encounters a
bohemian artist (guest star Anthony
DiSando) who frees her like an alluring
breath of fresh air. Meanwhile, Fred, Bosco
(Jason Wiles), and another contestant
(guest star Tim Meadows) compete for the
monster truck. CC  [TV 14]


 04/16/2003

 8:00 Biography.  Conrad Hilton: Innkeeper
to the World. Chronicles the family that
became "innkeepers to the world", beginning
with Conrad Hilton, who grew up in the
badlands of New Mexico and became a
politician, talent agent, banker, soldier,
and finally, a renowned hotelier. CC  [TV
G]

 9:00 American Justice.  When a Child
Kills. Story of the sixth-grader who became
the youngest American tried as an adult for
murder. Nathaniel Abraham, who shot a
teenager and claimed the killing was
accidental, launched a debate between those
who saw his treatment as inhumane and those
who said killers of any age must pay for
their actions. Includes an interview with
Abraham's mother. CC  [TV PG]

 10:00 City Confidential.  Nashville:
Murder in Music City. Nashville performer
and "Hee Haw" star David "Stringbean"
Akeman had a strange habit. The banjo
picker and joke teller kept $3,000 in cash
in his overall's bib pocket, and ten times
that hidden at home--cash for a rainy day.
For Akeman and his wife, that rainy day
never came. Murdered in 1973, their killers
never found either stash. Narrated by Paul
Winfield. CC  [TV PG]

 11:00 Third Watch.  ...And Zeus Wept. A
school shooting mobilizes the cops,
paramedics, and firefighters. Kim (Kim
Raver) struggles with her deepening
depression. Yokas (Molly Price) receives
disturbing news from her doctor. Meanwhile,
Sully (Skipp Sudduth) and girlfriend
Tatiana (guest star Savannah Haske) ponder
their future together. CC  [TV 14]


 04/17/2003

 8:00 Biography.  The Cadbury Family: The
Sweet Smell of Success. Story of the man
who founded England's largest chocolate
company and the family that kept it
successful for 175 years. Viewers see how
generations of Cadburys have met the
challenges of running a company in a
fiercely competitive business while
clinging to their Quaker beliefs, ethic of
hard work, and desire to better the lives
of others. Sudden deaths and corporate
spying made the job all the tougher.
Features interviews with Carl Chinn, author
of "The Cadbury Story", Warder Cadbury, and
employees. CC  [TV G]

 9:00 Columbo.  Uneasy Lies the Crown.
While investigating the death of a popular
actor, Columbo (Peter Falk) must outwit a
cunning dentist, who has set up his wife
for a murder in order to keep up his image
and expensive lifestyle. The episode was
written by Steven Bochco and William Read
Woodfield. Dick Sargent and Nancy Walker
appear as themselves in the episode. CC
[TV PG]

 11:00 Third Watch.  The Relay. After a
despondent woman takes a walk off of an 8-
story apartment building, the squad races
to transport both the woman's heart and a
dying girl to a local hospital in time to
save the youngster's life. The suicide hits
home for Officer Yokas (Molly Price) as she
grapples with her ongoing medical problems,
while Doc (Michael Beach) expresses concern
over the emotional effects this case will
have on Kim (Kim Raver), despite her
constant reassurance that her accident
wasn't an attempt to kill herself. CC  [TV
14]


 04/18/2003

 8:00 Expedition Egypt.  Pyramids of Giza.
By the Old Kingdom's 4th Dynasty, Egyptians
expressed their profound concerns for the
afterlife in towering monuments for the God-
Kings. Journey to Giza, where Khufu built
the Great Pyramid and his successors the
two smaller pyramids and the enigmatic
Great Sphinx, to probe the mysteries of
their construction and meaning. CC  [TV G]

 9:00 The Good Book of Love: Sex in the
Bible.   From erotic poetry to sinful sex,
we'll explore the uncensored Bible.
Discover scriptures brimming with lustful
tales like King Solomon's 700 concubines,
Sodom and Gomorrah, and Jesus and the
adulteress. Dr. Ruth Westheimer and other
experts discuss a bible where passion and
sexual deviancy live alongside the quest
for the Holy. CC  [TV PG]

 11:00 Third Watch.  Walking Wounded.
Officers Bosco (Jason Wiles) and Yokas
(Molly Price) futilely scramble to find a
dealer selling a bad batch of "China Red",
a lethal mixture of heroin that is claiming
addicts as fast as the paramedics can scoop
them up. Meanwhile, Sully (Skipp Sudduth)
sorts out his conflicted feelings for his
practical-minded Ukrainian girlfriend
Tatiana (guest star Savannah Haske) at the
urging of his partner Officer Davis (Coby
Bell). CC  [TV 14]


 04/19/2003

 8:00 Cold Case Files.  The Missing and the
Dead. When a passing motorist spots a fire
along a country road in South Carolina and
calls it in, police arrive to discover the
badly burned and battered remains of a
woman, her skull smashed in to 97
fragments. After a forensic anthropologist
at the University of South Carolina
painstakingly pieces the bones back
together, investigators use the skull to
solve the murder. CC  [TV PG]

 9:00 Crossing Jordan.  Lost and Found.
Jordan searches for a missing infant whose
father was murdered execution-style, while
Garret looks into the death of a high
school basketball star. Jill Hennessy, Ken
Howard, Miguel Ferrer, Ravi Kapoor star,
along with guest star D.W. Moffet. CC  [TV
14]

 10:00 Third Watch.  Man Enough. Paramedic
Doc (Michael Beach) proposes marriage to
Dr. Sara Morales (guest star Lisa Vidal)
and then learns of her lucrative offer to
move to Philadelphia. While Doc tries to
ignore Carlos's (Anthony Ruivivar) joking,
he fears that he might be perceived as
playing a secondary role in his
relationship with Sara. Elsewhere, Doc
intercedes on behalf of a pneumonia-
stricken single mother (guest star Karen
Young) and her troubled young son (guest
star Joshua Harto) who needs medication and
special attention. CC  [TV 14]

 11:00 Paparazzi.  The Windy City Hits
Toronto. Celebrity photographer Louie De
Filippis stakes out Renee Zellweger,
Catherine Zeta-Jones, and Richard Gere
while they are in Toronto filming
"Chicago". Lou gets tips about where they
live, when and where they dine, where they
spend free time, shop, and how they get
around town. His first-look shots of both
Catherine and Renee in their "Chicago" wigs
are snapped up by publications around the
globe. A Bio Channel Special Presentation.
CC  [TV G]

 11:30 The Star Treatment.  #5. Join us for
a fun-filled ride on Hollywood's inside
lane as we meet the people who pamper
celebs. First, we're dazzled at the House
of Winston, world-famous jeweler to the
stars; then we workout with personal
fitness trainer David Kirsch. Caterer
Shaire Stevenson shares secrets for serving
sumptuous feasts for Harrison Ford,
Destiny's Child, and Duran Duran. Finally,
we relax with facialist Ole Henrikkson,
who's smoothed the complexions of Leonardo
DiCaprio, Charlize Theron, and Naomi
Campbell.  CC  [TV G]


 04/20/2003

 8:00 Biography.  Working for Charles &
Diana. Palace insider Patrick Jephson,
private secretary to Princess Diana, gives
us an uncensored look behind Britain's
royal curtains. In this 2-hour special
presentation, we meet members of the royal
household who believe the monarchy is being
brought into disrepute by black propaganda.
And we look at the manipulation of the
press and public by Prince Charles and his
office and examine how the public has been
groomed to accept Camilla Parker-Bowles,
while the memory of Diana has been buried.
CC  [TV PG]

 10:00 Biography.  Prince William: A King
in the Making. A look at how the once media-
shy future King of England is beginning to
fulfill his role as a public figure.
Includes recent footage of the Prince at
Eton College, at his first press
conference, and on his trip to Chile, plus
interviews with the common folk who got to
know him on his Chilean adventure and Eton
students. CC  [TV G]

 11:00 The Point.  Behind Bars: Supermax.
In 1983, the Federal Penitentiary at
Marion, Illinois, was placed in lock-down,
men were confined to cells for 23-hours a
day, and the prison renewed solitary
confinement. We uncover the brutal chain of
events that led to the confrontation and
feature exclusive interviews with Tommy
Silverstein, incarcerated in a whitewashed,
permanently lit room for 17 years, and John
Greschner, considered so dangerous that our
interview had to be conducted behind glass
with Greschner in handcuffs. CC  [TV PG]


 04/21/2003

 8:00 Biography.  Vanna White: Game Show
Goddess. Profile of the gorgeous TV star
who overcame tragedy--the death of the man
she loved in a plane crash--to go on to
stardom on "Wheel of Fortune". Columnist
Bob Green discusses the "Vannamania" that
swept the country in the 1980s, and Merv
Griffin talks about picking Vanna over
hundreds of others for the "Wheel" letter-
turning job. CC  [TV G]

 9:00 Inspector Morse.  Happy Families.
After a business tycoon, Sir John Balcombe,
is found brutally murdered, Morse and Lewis
are surprised when the family members show
no signs of grief. The murder attracts
considerable public attention and Morse is
under pressure from his superiors to make
an early press statement. Disliking the
press attention, the Chief Inspector's mind
is brought swiftly back to Balcombe House
when a second murder occurs. John Thaw and
Kevin Whately star, with guest star Anna
Massey. CC  [TV PG]

 11:00 Third Watch.  He Said/She Said.
Officers Yokas (Molly Price) and Bosco
(Jason Wiles) jeopardize their careers
during a sweep of prostitutes when they
casually misjudge an incident between a
young woman (guest star Erica N. Tazel) and
a man (guest star Teagle F. Bougere) in a
car to be consensual--but their decision
spirals out of control when the woman
claims she was sexually assaulted and the
cops laughed it off. Meanwhile, Carlos
(Anthony Ruivivar) considers Officer Davis
(Coby Bell) a potential roommate candidate.
CC  [TV 14]


 04/22/2003

 8:00 Biography.  Aileen Wuornos. Life of
the controversial prostitute and serial
killer who was executed in 2002 in Florida
for murdering seven men. Some believed that
she was a cold-blooded killer, while others
saw her as a woman who was victimized so
often during her tragic life that she was
driven to fight back. CC  [TV PG]

 9:00 Cold Case Files.  Killer on the Strip
& The Doll Murder/Killer in the Country. In
Palm Beach, a determined cop solves the
murder of prostitute Lucy Pate five years
later, when he connects Lucy's case with
another case that was overlooked at the
time; and a look at how detectives solved
the 1989 murder of socialite Susan Doll in
1995 when a Colorado landlord found 25
pairs of panties stuffed into a furnace.
Then, the killer of four women in Texas
goes free until cold case detective John
Little is brought in and finds key evidence
on a coffee cup. (2-hour version) CC  [TV
PG]

 11:00 Third Watch.  Childhood Memories.
Officer Bosco (Jason Wiles) runs from the
present and the past when he is wrongly
suspected of murdering a sexual-assault
suspect and as his partner Yokas (Molly
Price) tries to gather evidence to clear
him, Bosco turns to his dysfunctional
family--including his alcoholic mother
(guest star Patti D'Arbanville), drug-
addled brother (guest star Charlie Day),
and estranged, abusive father. Elsewhere,
Kim (Kim Raver) virtually kidnaps her son
from her ex-husband Jimmy (Eddie Cibrian).
CC  [TV 14]


 04/23/2003

 8:00 Biography.  Carole Lombard:
Hollywood's Profane Angel. Profile of the
beautiful hell-raising comic genius who
became one of Hollywood's top stars before
her 1942 death in a plane crash while
coming home from a war bond rally. Recall
Lombard's greatest films, the tragic death
of fiance Russ Columbo, marriages to
William Powell and Clark Gable, and her
bitter disappointment at not landing the
role of Scarlett O'Hara in "Gone with the
Wind". Interviewees include Robert Stack,
Alfred Hitchcock's daughter Pat, and film
historian Robert Osborne. CC  [TV PG]

 9:00 American Justice.  Shamed into
Confession. A look at how a confession--
whether true or false--can harm a
defendant's case in the American justice
system. James Harry Reyos confessed that he
killed a priest, then took it back at
trial, claiming that he confessed because
he felt guilty about having a sexual
relationship with the priest. CC  [TV PG]

 10:00 City Confidential.  Midnight in
Miami. Stan and Joyce Cohen were living the
high life in chic, trendy Coconut Grove--
until multi-millionaire Stan was shot to
death with his own gun as he slept in his
mansion. Did Joyce, a beautiful socialite
with expensive tastes, hire three hitmen to
murder her husband? Did Stan pay the
ultimate price for her greed? Narrated by
Paul Winfield. CC  [TV PG]

 11:00 Third Watch.  Act Brave. A gas
explosion in a diner injures a group of
civilians, including a trapped little girl
(guest star Jolie Peters) whom paramedic
Taylor (Amy Carlson) will not leave behind.
Meanwhile, Officer Sully (Skipp Sudduth) is
unhappily surprised by his energetic new
wife Tatiana (Savannah Haske) when she
brings home his elderly mother suffering
from Alzheimer's. Jimmy (Eddie Cibrian) and
Kim (Kim Raver) each try to impress a court-
appointed adjudicator who will decide
custody of their son. CC  [TV 14]


 04/24/2003

 8:00 Biography.  The Gabors: Fame, Fortune
and Romance. Chronicles the lives of the
three beautiful Hungarian sisters who lived
fairy-tale lives of wealth, fame, and
tragedy. Zsa Zsa owned a king's ransom in
jewels and romanced notorious playboys.
Magda escaped the Nazis and married Zsa
Zsa's ex. And Eva starred on TV's "Green
Acres" and hung out with Merv Griffin and
Ronald Reagan. CC  [TV G]

 9:00 Columbo.  Grand Deception. When a
Sergeant Major is murdered at a "soldier of
fortune" training camp, Columbo (Peter
Falk) applies his own unique brand of
strategic maneuvering to flush out the
killer who is associated with the camp as
well as a think-tank foundation under
scrutiny by the Pentagon. Sam Wanamaker
directed the episode. Guest star: Robert
Foxworth. CC  [TV PG]

 11:00 Third Watch.  Sex, Lies & Videotape.
Doc (Michael Beach) is dogged by a pesky TV
reality series camera crew intent on making
him a hero as he and partner Kim (Kim
Raver) care for a family of gunshot victims-
-until they realize that the shooter was a
relative wanted by the law who leads
Officer Sully (Skipp Sudduth) and other
police on a high-speed chase. Officer Bosco
(Jason Wiles) is unaware of his partner
Yokas's (Molly Price) debilitating pain
from her cancer treatments as he pursues
the suspect. CC  [TV 14]


 04/25/2003

 8:00 Expedition Egypt.  Secrets of the
Pyramids. An intriguing look at ancient
pyramids that have been found in North
America--even the U.S.! Journey to
Wisconsin, where pyramids are believed to
have been found in the bottom of a lake,
and the ancient ruins of Teotihuacan and
Chichen Itza in Mexico. We'll also travel
to Egypt to compare the structures. CC  [TV
G]

 9:00 Inside the Playboy Mansion.   "If you
don't swing, don't ring." So advises the
Latin inscription posted at the entrance of
the Playboy Mansion as we learn in this
exclusive, behind-the-scenes look at the
private world of "Playboy" publisher Hugh
Hefner. Includes a guided tour of the
mansion's palatial private quarters;
footage of some of the steamiest, sexiest
parties "Hef" has ever thrown; and
interviews with mansion regulars Bill
Maher, Pamela Anderson, Drew Carey, and
Bill Cosby. CC  [TV PG]

 11:00 Third Watch.  Transformed. After
Doherty (Eddie Cibrian) sees his young son
Joey (guest star Kristopher Scott Fiedel)
break his arm in a fall, he must fight his
way through a burning apartment building to
save another frightened lad. A guilt-ridden
Doc (Michael Beach) can't stay away from a
recuperating teenager (guest star Geoff
Wigdor) who was accidentally paralyzed
while under his care. Elsewhere, a seething
Taylor (Amy Carlson) can't stand a new
probationary firefighter (guest star Jason
Cerbone) who rubs her the wrong way. CC
[TV 14]


 04/26/2003

 8:00 Cold Case Files.  Cat and
Mouse/Cabbie Killer. A police investigator
discovers a letter written 16 years earlier
that provides clues to a woman's murder.
And a firearms expert supplies the evidence
that South Carolina authorities need to put
a man on trial in 2002 for a murder
committed in 1961. It was the oldest murder
case ever tried in the state. CC  [TV PG]

 9:00 Crossing Jordan.  Crime and
Punishment. The death of a housewife with a
punishment fetish leads Jordan to a shady
Internet company, while Bug is shaken by an
incident involving Garret and the autopsy
of a battered young boy. With Jill
Hennessy, Ken Howard, Miguel Ferrer, Ravi
Kapoor, and guest stars Wallace Shawn and
Jerry O'Connell. CC  [TV 14]

 10:00 Third Watch.  History. A disturbing
visit from his former high school
girlfriend (guest star Khandi Alexander)
forces Doc (Michael Beach) to confront a
horrible deed that he has hidden for years.
Carlos (Anthony Ruivivar) struggles to pass
a crucial genetics exam that could cost him
his shot at becoming a doctor. CC  [TV 14]

 11:00 Paparazzi.  Hot Women, Cool Shots. A
new reality-based series that follows world-
famous entertainment photographer Louie De
Filippis at work. Lou's photos are
regularly syndicated in just about every
entertainment magazine and celebrity weekly
around the world. In this episode, Lou goes
to New York in search of a photo of Madonna
and her family--husband Guy Ritchie and
children Rocco and Lourdes. While Lou is
getting shots of Madonna, he learns that
Nicole Kidman is in town and rushes to get
shots of her. CC  [TV G]

 11:30 The Star Treatment.  #8. At 310
Motoring of Los Angeles, whose clients
include Jennifer Lopez and Denzel
Washington, we learn about the ultimate in
customized cars for stars; stunt
coordinator Paul Rapovski shows us how he
keeps Mutant X stars Victor Webster and
Victoria Pratt safe while they perform;
dermatologist Dr. Brad Katchen comes clean
about his work for "Sex and the City"; and
Liloo Alim, concierge for Toronto's
celebrity hotel the Four Seasons, passes on
a few tips about dealing with the famous.
CC  [TV G]


 04/27/2003


 8:00 Biography.  The Gettys: A Tragedy of
Riches. An 2-hour in-depth look at the
triumphs and tragedies of one of the
world's wealthiest families. Jean Paul
Getty became an oil tycoon, but drug
addiction, AIDS, suicide, and business
failure have plagued his descendants. CC
[TV G]

 10:00 The Point.  The Kathy Durst Case. An
investigation into the bizarre story of
Robert and Kathy Durst. Kathy disappeared
mysteriously 20 years ago, and her husband
Robert, the heir to a billion-dollar
fortune, now awaits trial for the murder of
his elderly neighbor. Kathy's family
believes that Robert killed her, too. CC
[TV PG]

 11:00 The Point.  Peace, Love and Murder.
Examines the extraordinary case of Ira
Einhorn, a 1960s-era hippie and
Philadelphia guru who brutally murdered his
lover in 1977, and after skipping out on
bail, eluded capture and punishment for
over 20 years. CC  [TV PG]


 04/28/2003

 8:00 Biography.  Ray Kroc: Fast Food
McMillionaire. Profile of the entrepreneur
who founded McDonald's. Traces his rise
from days distributing the "Multimixer",
which could mix five milkshakes at a time,
to his meeting with restaurant owners Dick
and Mac McDonald, which led to the first
McDonald's restaurant. CC  [TV G]

 9:00 Inspector Morse.  The Death of the
Self. Morse and Lewis travel to Italy to
investigate the mysterious death of an
Englishwoman who was attending an expensive
psychotherapy school. John Thaw and Kevin
Whately star. CC  [TV PG]

 11:00 Third Watch.  Old Dogs, New Tricks.
Self-assured Carlos (Anthony Ruivivar)
learns humility the hard way when he falls
from the firefighters' pole and must remain
overnight in a hospital with a hateful,
crazed drunk (guest star Joel Marsh
Garland) for a roommate--and an attractive
nurse (guest star Annie Parisse) on duty.
Officer Bosco (Jason Wiles) lays a trap for
a drug dealer and gets the surprise of his
life. CC  [TV 14]


 04/29/2003

 8:00 Biography.  Patrick Stewart: Make It
So. After spending over 20 years at the
Royal Shakespeare Company, Patrick Stewart
set out on a journey to Hollywood, in
search of a new career path.  Here the
unknown British actor would become the next
Captain of the Starship Enterprise. This
would be one of the most lucrative career
decisions he ever made. This profile
includes interviews with family and
friends, such as actors Ben Kingsley,
Trevor Nunn, Hugh Jackman, and Jonathan
Frakes. CC  [TV G]

 9:00 Cold Case Files.  Presumed Dead & The
Tow Truck Killer/Family Secret & Blood
Trail. DNA evidence helps crack the case of
a white supremacist who strangled his
girlfriend and put her body in a
refrigerator, and hypnosis helps solve the
murder of a deputy sheriff. Then, 41 years
after the crime, a woman implicates her
brother and cousin in the murder of a New
Jersey policeman, and members of the Vidocq
Society, a group of law enforcement
professionals who volunteer their expertise
to crack difficult cases, find blood-
splatter evidence that helps solve a Texas
murder. (2-hour version) CC  [TV PG]

 11:00 Third Watch.  The Long Guns. In his
ongoing guest to join the police sniper
team, Officer Bosco (Jason Wiles) befriends
an embittered but wily squad veteran (guest
star Gerald McRaney), who instructs him on
the art of distance shooting. But when the
older cop's demons push him over the edge,
a helpful Bosco bears the brunt of his
mentor's self-destructive tendencies. CC
[TV 14]


 04/30/2003

 8:00 Biography.  Angie Dickinson:
Tinseltown's Classiest Broad. Portrait of
the hip actress who wowed Hollywood in the
swinging 1960s. Follows her many romances
from Frank Sinatra to reported dalliances
with JFK. Usually guarded about her private
life, Angie talks openly about her marriage
to Burt Bacharach, her sex kitten image,
and career, including the hit series
"Police Woman". CC  [TV PG-S]

 9:00 American Justice.  The Black Widow of
Vegas. When the charred remains of a
wealthy Las Vegas real estate developer are
discovered, suspicion falls on the least
likely of suspects--his sweet, gentle wife
who doesn't look anything like a killer. CC
[TV PG]

 10:00 City Confidential.  San Diego: Badge
of Dishonor. In December 1986, a young
college student was found murdered off a
remote highway overpass in San Diego. The
thought of a killer roaming the freeways of
Southern California's sun-drenched urban
paradise had female drivers in the area
wrought with fear. But those fears were
surpassed when residents learned that not
only was a killer stalking the streets, he
was also wearing a badge! Narrated by Paul
Winfield. CC  [TV PG]

 11:00 Third Watch.  Cold Front. A betrayed
Doc (Michael Beach) angrily confronts an
old friend (guest star Michael Rispoli)

May 2003

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