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.
01/01/2003 8:00 Biography. Weight Watchers: Before and After. The story of how overweight housewife Jean Nidetch launched an anti-fat campaign that evolved into Weight Watchers, the world's leading weight-loss program. We'll see how Nidetch developed her strategy of sensible eating combined with group therapy sessions, and how she traveled the world to share her secret of success. Today, over one-million people attend weekly meetings in 30 countries. CC [TV G] 9:00 American Justice. Murder "In Cold Blood". Chronicles the 1959 murder of the Clutter family in Kansas, and the investigation that led to the capture, trial, and execution of the two killers. CC [TV PG] 10:00 City Confidential. Fresno: Fatal Inheritance. To hear residents tell the story, murder doesn't happen in Fresno--at least not in the well- heeled suburbs. But the comfort of that municipal myth was shattered on Easter Sunday 1992 when the story of the Ewell family unwound into an Oedipal tragedy. The ambitious son Dana of this wealthy family was eventually charged with masterminding the brutal murders of his father, mother, and sister. CC [TV PG] 11:00 Third Watch. 32 Bullets and a Broken Heart. [TV 14] 01/02/2003 8:00 Biography. Richard Simmons: Fit for Life. Story of the fitness guru whom Jay Leno has called "the most sensitive, the most caring, and the most annoying person I know." Discover how Richard, an overweight child who suffered constant abuse from his peers, grew up to be a weight-loss expert. Learn how his compassion for the obese made him one of the most successful motivators in the world, and look back at his outlandish appearances on late-night TV. Includes interviews with Leno, childhood friends, and Richard's college girlfriend. CC [TV G] 9:00 Columbo. Butterfly in Shades of Grey. Fielding Chase (William Shatner), an egotistical radio host, murders the man who comes between him and his 25-year-old foster daughter, confident that he will never be found out. But he must contend with Lt. Columbo (Peter Falk). CC [TV PG] 11:00 Third Watch. Officer Involved. [TV 14] 01/03/2003 8:00 Biography. Paul Lynde: Off Center. He was a beloved comedian, but behind the scenes he was a nasty, abusive drunk and an angry, disillusioned performer. This fascinating look at the life of Paul Lynde includes the story of how he sold his blood for $5 a pint while struggling to make it; the roles in Broadway's "Bye, Bye Birdie" and TV's Bewitched that made him a star; the 14 years on "Hollywood Squares" that made him rich and famous; and the bitterness he felt over never having his own show. CC [TV G] 9:00 No Mercy. Movie. A Chicago cop searches the Louisiana underworld for his partner's killer and finds a sultry beauty who may hold the key to the mystery. Richard Gere and Kim Basinger star. (1986) [TV PG-V] 11:00 Third Watch. Nature or Nurture? [TV 14] 01/04/2003 8:00 Cold Case Files. Lady in the Box. The murder of an Ohio woman in 1974 is solved more than 20 years later after police get a crucial clue--the woman's husband was seen building a coffin-shaped box about the time the woman disappeared. CC [TV PG] 9:00 Crossing Jordan. Pilot. Jill Hennessy stars as Dr. Jordan Cavanaugh--a fearless medical examiner with a checkered career and penchant for going beyond the call of duty. After striking out in LA, Jordan returns to Boston and her former job with the Massachusetts State Coroner's Office. In the pilot, Jordan suspects that a teenage prostitute's suicide might be a coverup for foul play involving city officials. With Ken Howard as Jordan's ex-cop father and Miguel Ferrer as her boss Dr. Garret Macy. Guest star: Kyle Secor. CC [TV 14] 10:00 Third Watch. The Relay. [TV 14] 11:00 Hollywood Reality. M*A*S*H: Comedy under Fire. Despite Robert Altman's award-winning film and the highly-rated 11-year TV serie s, few people are aware that a Mobile Army Surgical Hospital existed during the Korean War, and was the basis of Richard Hooker's novel. We contrast the real life-and-death stories of field surgeons against their serio-comic counterparts. Highlights include classic clips and interviews with Altman, Donald Sutherland, writer Larry Gelbart, and surgeons and nurses from Korean War MASH units. Burt Reynolds narrates. CC [TV PG-L] 01/05/2003 8:00 Biography. Bob Newhart: The Last Sane Man. Portrait of the beloved comic who flopped as an accountant, but made it big in TV. Includes footage of Bob's great stand-up routines and clips from his two classic TV series. Reminiscing about his life and career are co-stars Suzanne Pleshette, Tom Poston, Marcia Wallace, Julia Duffy, Peter Bonerz, William ("Larry") Sanderson, Tony ("Daryl") Papenfuss, and John ("Other Daryl") Voldstad, as well as Lorenzo Music, Don Rickles, and family members in a 2-hour special presentation. CC [TV PG] 10:00 The Point. In Hot Pursuit. An examination of the phenomenon of wild police chases that have become a staple for local TV news and a voyeuristic thrill for millions of viewers. We attempt to answer such questions as: Why do suspects in minor violations run? Why do police pursue, when nearly 40 percent of chases end in crashes that cause injuries and even death? And why are viewers so fascinated--are we rooting for the good guys, or do we secretly admire the outlaw's bravado? CC [TV PG] 11:00 Detective Beat. Homicide/Hate Crimes. Detectives from the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department, the nation's largest, take viewers along as they investigate crimes, and allow a look at their personal lives, showing how this stressful, frustrating, and often dangerous work affects them and their families. In this episode, Detective Jerry Beck and his partner Sergeant Rod Kusch investigate the murder of a 15-year-old girl, and Detective Brian Moriguchi investigates a drive-by shooting that involves a hate c rime. CC [TV PG] 01/06/2003 8:00 Biography. John Travolta: Stayin' Alive. A look at the up-and- down career of the actor who went from goofy teen in TV's "Welcome Back, Kotter" to disco king in "Saturday Night Fever" and drugged-out hitman in "Pulp Fiction". Along the way, Travolta suffered the death of his lover Diana Hyland, found comfort in Scientology, and saw his movie career nosedive in the 1980s. Interviews with his wife Kelly Preston and colleagues, including Quentin Tarantino, Halle Berry, Nicolas Cage, John Woo, and Olivia Newton-John, highlight this 2-hour special. CC [TV G] 10:00 Biography. John Travolta: Stayin' Alive. A look at the up-and- down career of the actor who went from goofy teen in TV's "Welcome Back, Kotter" to disco king in "Saturday Night Fever" and drugged-out hitman in "Pulp Fiction". Along the way, Travolta suffered the death of his lover Diana Hyland, found comfort in Scientology, and saw his movie career nosedive in the 1980s. Interviews with his wife Kelly Preston and colleagues, including Quentin Tarantino, Halle Berry, Nicolas Cage, John Woo, and Olivia Newton-John, highlight this 2-hour special. CC [TV G] 01/07/2003 8:00 Biography. Harrison Ford: The Reluctant Hero. The life and career of the carpenter who became one of the top box-office stars in Hollywood history. Includes rare behind-the-scenes footage and exciting film clips from Ford's greatest movies including "American Graffiti," "Star Wars," and "Raiders of the Lost Ark." CC [TV G] 9:00 Cold Case Files. Crimes of the KKK. Klan leader Sam Bowers goes on trial for ordering the murder of an African-American storeowner 32 years prior, and investigators reopen the unsolved case of an African-American truck driver who was forced to leap to his death from a bridge by Klan members. CC [TV PG] 10:00 Cold Case Files. Pride and the Fall/The Nail File. A woman's fall from a cliff in the Grand Canyon leads police to uncover a series of grisly murders, and investigators smoke out a killer when they find crucial DNA evidence on his cigarette butts. CC [TV PG] 11:00 Third Watch. Men. [TV 14] 01/08/2003 8:00 Biography. Nicolas Cage: Wild at Heart. Profile of the Oscar- winning actor known for his offbeat personality and independent spirit. Cage went from volatile outsider to box-office star in "Moonstruck" and "Leaving Las Vegas". Includes clips from Cage's most memorable work and interviews with family and friends that illuminate his private life. CC [TV G] 9:00 American Justice. Who Killed Hannah Hill? The tragic story of 18-year-old Hannah Hill of Akron, Ohio, whose murder may never be solved because virtually every part of her case--from the police investigation to the trial to the jury deliberations--was mishandled. CC [TV PG] 10:00 City Confidential. Greensboro: Clash with the Klan. The story of one of the most shocking crimes in modern American history--the murders of five members of the Communist Workers' Party by Ku Klux Klansmen and American Nazis in 1979. The massacre stunned the town of Greensboro, North Carolina, which had been called "the most livable city in America". CC [TV PG] 11:00 Third Watch. Spring Forward, Fall Back. [TV 14] 01/09/2003 8:00 Biography. Ron Howard: Hollywood's Favorite Son. Profiles the child actor who starred in two of TV's most popular vintage series and grew into one of Hollywood's top directors. Features scenes from "The Andy Griffith Show", "Happy Days", American Graffiti, and "Cocoon", and interviews with Griffith, Don Knotts, Henry Winkler, Nicole Kidman, Tom Cruise, and Tom Hanks. CC [TV G] 9:00 Columbo. Murder with Too Many Notes. When a famous film composer murders his assistant to conceal the fact that the talented young musician had been composing his award-winning scores, Lieutenant Columbo solves the crime in his own inimitable way. Peter Falk stars with Billy Connolly, Chad Willet, Hillary Danner, and Charles Cioffi. Directed by Patrick McGoohan. CC [TV PG] 11:00 Third Watch. A Thousand Points of Light. [TV 14] 01/10/2003 8:00 Biography. Al Pacino: Inside Out. Profile of the very private actor who has managed to remain an artist in the increasingly commercial film industry. Born to Sicilian parents in East Harlem, New York, Pacino suffered a lonely childhood before winning stardom on the Off-Broadway stage and achieving unparalleled success in some of the greatest movies ever made, including "The Godfather", "Serpico", and "Dog Day Afternoon". Pacino has struggled with drinking and been linked romantically with Diane Keaton, Tuesday Weld, and Jill Clayburg CC [TV G] 9:00 Nobel Peace Concert 2002. Artists from around the world perform in a 2-hour musical tribute to Jimmy Carter, former President of the United States and 2002 Nobel Peace Prize winner. Hosted by Anthony Hopkins and Jessica Lange, the show features performances by Carlos Santana, Michelle Branch, Willie Nelson, Jennifer Lopez, Angelique Kidjoe, Josh Groban, and others. CC [TV G] 11:00 Third Watch. Just Another Night at the Opera. [TV 14] 01/11/2003 8:00 Cold Case Files. Murder Illustrated/Blood Relations. Police solve the murder and sexual mutilation of Peggy Hettrick when they are finally able to link graphic sexual materials found in the home of suspect Timothy Masters, though no hard evidence was ever found. And DNA from a semen stain helps cops crack open the 23-year-old case of a man who raped and killed his sister-in-law. CC [TV PG] 9:00 Crossing Jordan. The Dawn of a New Day. Mackenzie Phillips guest stars as a waitress whose unusual reaction to the shooting death of her cab driver husband makes Jordan (Jill Hennessy) curious about the real story behind the cabby's killing. Meanwhile, Garret (Miguel Ferrer) feels uncomfortable with the attention he receives from "the weird 'intake' girl", and Trey (Mahershalalhashbaz Ali) enlists "Bug" (Ravi Kapoor) in a quest to identify "Mr. Stinky", an unclaimed corpse whose tenure at the morgue has become lengthy. CC [TV 14] 10:00 Third Watch. Adam 55-3. [TV 14] 11:00 Hollywood Reality. Braveheart. Explores how filmmakers, with few established historical facts, crafted a movie that captured the spirit of legendary Scottish warrior William Wallace and his country's dream of independence. Combining film footage with commentary from historians, we discuss the facts versus fiction as portrayed in the Academy Award-winning film. Highlights include interviews with Steve Wallace of the Wallace clan, screenwriter Randall Wallace, Mel Gibson, and producer Alan Ladd Jr. CC [TV PG] 01/12/2003 8:00 Biography. Lucy & Desi: A Home Movie. A treasure chest of home movies and letters reveal the "real" Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz. Daughter Lucie Arnaz, who hosts this intimate portrait of a marriage, selected the home movies, shot mostly by her father, for this 2-hour special presentation. CC [TV G] 10:00 Biography. John F. Kennedy, Jr.: Child of a Dream. In the aftermath of JFK's assassination, his image as the small boy bravely saluting the final act of "Camelot" became fixed in American memory. Later, he became the ultimate eligible bachelor as well as torchbearer of the "Kennedy mystique". Then, he and his wife died in yet another Kennedy front-page tragedy in July 1999. CC [TV G] 11:00 Detective Beat. Homicide/Gang Fight. Detectives Lynn Reeder and Scott Lusk investigate the strangling death of a businessman that leads to a bizarre conclusion, and Detective Todd Anderson goes after a violent gang member who terrorized another boy with a crowbar. CC [TV PG] 01/13/2003 8:00 Benedict Arnold: A Question of Honor. Movie. The dramatic story of the Revolutionary War hero who turned traitor after Congress stripped him of glory and he fell in love with a young woman who was loyal to the British. Stars acclaimed actor Aidan Quinn as Benedict Arnold and Emmy Award-winner Kelsey Grammer as George Washington, the close friend who was betrayed by Arnold. Directed by Mikael Salomon ("Band of Brothers") and shot in Dublin, Ireland. (2002) CC [TV PG] repeated 10:00 01/14/2003 8:00 Biography. Tom Selleck. 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 Cold Case Files. Murder on the Menu. A boy's toy Batmobile car provides an important clue for detectives struggling to make a case against a serial killer who stalks and kills waitresses. CC [TV PG] 10:00 Cold Case Files. Traces of Murder/The Bathtub Killer. A killer helps convict himself when he boasts about his crime to prison cellmates; and New Hampshire investigators probing the murder of a pregnant woman found raped, strangled, and dumped into her bathtub, get a new lead when they discover a similar case in Florida. CC [TV PG] 11:00 Third Watch. Young Men and Fire. [TV 14] 01/15/2003 8:00 Biography. Ray Liotta: Hollywood Goodfella. Profile of the Hollywood star who spent 3 years on TV's "Another World" before hitting it big with his portrayal of mobster Henry Hill in Martin Scorsese's "Goodfellas". Liotta, who was adopted and was always curious about his biological parents, finally met his birth mother, who told him she had given him up to give him a better life. CC [TV G] 9:00 American Justice. The Andrea Yates Story. The shocking story of the Texas mother of 5 who drowned her children, one by one, in the bathtub. With home video of the Yates family, an interview with husband Rusty Yates, and videotaped psychiatrist interviews, we trace the downward spiral of a loving mother into the darkness of mental illness and its tragic consequences. CC [TV PG] 10:00 City Confidential. Durham: Dangerous Housewife. A philandering and big-spending wife is suspected of killing her husband to get his life insurance money. Paul Winfield narrates. CC [TV PG] 11:00 Third Watch. Faith. [TV 14] 01/16/2003 8:00 Biography. Chuck Barris: Dangerous Imagination. Profile of TV's "King of Shlock" who produced some of the most successful--and bizarre--programs ever, including "The Dating Game" and "The Gong Show". Barris was zany on camera, but behind the scenes was a soft- spoken, melancholy entrepreneur who claimed that he had been a CIA assassin. CC [TV G] 9:00 Cosmic Journey: The Voyager Interstellar Mission and Message. In 1977, NASA Voyagers I and II were launched to explore the outer solar system and to sail through space to bring Earthly greetings to possible extraterrestrials a billion years from now. This is the epic saga of that journey--the longest in human history--as told by the explorers who made it possible. CC [TV G] 11:00 Third Watch. Unfinished Business. [TV 14] 01/17/2003 8:00 Expedition Egypt. Guardian of the Ages: The Great Sphinx. A visit to the famed ancient monument that combines the body of a cat and the head of an unknown Egyptian pharaoh. Computers recreate the statue's original appearance, while experts try to identify the ruler. CC [TV G] 9:00 Hauntings. Tombstone. A bloody gunfight. A jilted lover with murder on his mind. A bawdy dance hall overrun with spirits of the past. These are a few of the spectral snapshots in our photo album of one of the Old West's most notorious towns--Tombstone, Arizona. The dusty streets of this lonely crossroad gave birth to legends and death to the desperate. CC [TV G] 10:00 Best of Both Worlds. Hong Kong. Here's travel entertainment at its best. Tw o hosts travel to the same location--one goes luxury, the other goes economy--and viewers get to see the two sides of the same destination. This episode takes viewers to spectacular Hong Kong, China. Hosted by Phil Keoghan and Alex McLeod. CC [TV G] 11:00 Third Watch. ...And Zeus Wept. [TV 14] 01/18/2003 8:00 Cold Case Files. Crimes of the KKK. Klan leader Sam Bowers goes on trial for ordering the murder of an African-American storeowner 32 years prior, and investigators reopen the unsolved case of an African-American truck driver who was forced to leap to his death from a bridge by Klan members. CC [TV PG] 9:00 Crossing Jordan. The Ties That Bind. Jordan (Jill Hennessy) goes to prison where she attempts to piece together a scenario to confirm her hunch that the torso of a raped, murdered, and dismembered woman belonged to a corrections officer killed on the job. Meanwhile, Jordan's home life seems too confining as the stress of staying with her father (Ken Howard) and his new girlfriend (guest star Lois Nettleton) causes her to clash with her colleague Trey (Mahershalalhashbaz Ali). With Miguel Ferrer and Ravi Kapoor. CC [TV 14] 10:00 Third Watch. He Said/She Said. [TV 14] 11:00 Hollywood Reality. Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid: Outlaws out of Time. Historians and descendants of Butch Cassidy (Robert Leroy Parker) and the Sundance Kid (Harry Alonzo Longabaugh) compare the real outlaws with the charming film incarnations as portrayed by Paul Newman and Robert Redford in the 1969 film. Screenwriter William Goldman based his work on historic fact, but used dramatic devices to enrich the film. The film generated further exploration of their lives, uncovering new facts. Interviewees include Goldman, Newman, and Redford. Burt Reynolds narrates. CC [TV PG] 01/19/2003 8:00 Biography. Bill O'Reilly: The Attitude Factor. Chronicles the career of the bombastic newsman who's simultaneously the most revered and most hated person on television. O'Reilly bounced around from station to station until landing on "Inside Edition" and then getting his own show, "The O'Reilly Factor", where his blunt commentary and oversized ego are always on display. CC [TV G] 9:00 Benedict Arnold: A Question of Honor. Movie. see above 11:00 Detective Beat. Hollywood Vice/Narcotics/Homicide. Sergeant Bob Harms, from the Special Problems Unit, conducts a sting operation to arrest transvestite prostitutes; Lieutenant Dan Reidder's 2-week surveillance of a suspected cocaine dealer leads to a bust; and, Detectives Cheryl Comstock and Rich Lopez follow leads to discover the identity and murderer of a young Jane Doe. CC [TV PG] 01/20/2003 8:00 Biography. Elvis & June: A Love Story. Traces Elvis's rise to fame in 1956 from the perspective of 1 8-year-old June Juanico, his first fiancee--before Priscilla--and reveals the details of Elvis's passionate love affair with this teenager from Biloxi, Mississippi. It's a very personal view of 21-year-old Elvis at the time he was changing the entertainment world...and the world around Elvis was also changing him! Includes interviews with June and her mother, and early friends of Elvis. CC [TV G] 9:00 Midsomer Murders. Ring Out Your Dead. The folks in Midsomer Wellow hate the town's bell ringers, who are getting ready for the big National Striking competition. But the animosity takes an even darker turn when the bell ringers are killed off, one by one. John Nettles, Daniel Casey, and Jane Wymark star. CC [TV PG] 11:00 Third Watch. The Relay. [TV 14] 01/21/2003 8:00 Biography. Jane Seymour: Hollywood's English Rose. A profile of the popular film and television star, perhaps best known for her role as the heroic frontier doctor in "Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman". Her first claim to fame was as a "Bond Girl", but now Jane's successful career also includes writing books and clothing design. In addition to interviews with Ms. Seymour, her children and other relatives, we talk to Christopher Reeve and Tom Selleck, and review clips from "Live and Let Die", Somewhere in Time, and "Dr. Quinn". CC [TV G] 9:00 Cold Case Files. Reconstructing Murder/Fire Flicks. In Wisconsin, advances in forensic clay modeling help investigators identify a murder victim whose skin was stripp ed from her head, neck, and legs. And in California, police track down two boys who enjoy satanic rituals and setting fires. CC [TV PG] 10:00 Cold Case Files. Portrait of a Killer/The Tortured Truth. The accidental discovery of a human scalp leads to the conviction of a man for murder 18 years after the killing. And a teenager who likes to kidnap younger boys and break their bones, kills one and tortures another. CC [TV PG] 11:00 Third Watch. Adam 55-3. [TV 14] 01/22/2003 8:00 Biography. Peter Boyle. Portrait of the monk turned actor who's played the lovable monster in Young Frankenstein, the grumpy dad on TV's "Everybody Loves Raymond", and the executioner in "Monster's Ball". Features interviews with "Monster's" co-star Halle Berry and "Raymond" co-stars Ray Romano, Doris Roberts, and Brad Garrett. CC [TV G] 9:00 American Justice. Who Is the Lipstick Killer? The controversial case of William Heirens, the "lipstick killer" convicted of murdering two women and a 6-year-old girl in Chicago in the late 1940s. He's been jailed ever since, but insists that he's innocent. We'll explore the troubling case, from the near hysteria of the media coverage to the inconsistencies in the physical evidence used to wring a confession from Heirens. CC [TV PG] 10:00 City Confidential. The Chicago Horse Mafia. The deaths of a string of champion racehorses may be linked to the death of candy heiress Helen Vorhees Brach. Narrated by Paul Winfield. CC [TV PG] 11:00 Third Watch. He Said/She Said. [TV 14] 01/23/2003 8:00 Biography. Colonel Sanders: America's Chicken King. Here's your chance to know the real Colonel Harlan Sanders. He spent most of his life bouncing from job to job and collected his first Social Security check before becoming a success. He also never made it past private in the Army. But his chicken recipe hit it big after he was 65. CC [TV G] 9:00 Columbo. Columbo and the Murder of a Rock Star. The ever- brilliant Lt. Columbo (Peter Falk) is pitted against an equally brilliant, nationally recognized criminal defense lawyer who murders his rock star girlfriend when he discovers that she is seeing another man. Dabney Coleman guest stars, with a special appearance by Little Richard. CC [TV PG] 11:00 Third Watch. Childhood Memories. [TV 14] 01/24/2003 8:00 Expedition Egypt. Egypt beyond the Pyramids: Mansions of the Spirits. First we watch restoration on one of the greatest monuments to the dead ever created, Queen Hatshepsut's exquisite Deir el Bahari, and her Red Chapel, a smaller temple near Karnak. Then, our host Peter Woodward leads us into the inner sanctuaries of the Great Temple of Karnak to explain the sacred duties of the temple priests, and epigrapher William Murnane shows how the art and decoration contributed to the temple's holy power and political prestige. CC [TV G] 9:00 Hauntings. New England. Historically rich New England witnessed many events that shaped young America--perhaps setting the stage for future hauntings! Meet a lonely lass who wanders a Connecticut homestead; a murderer's ghost that roams a bar he once owned; a witch that haunts the site of her torture; and the House of the Seven Gables' family of specters. CC [TV G] 10:00 Best of Both Worlds. Hawaii. Phil Keoghan, our luxury traveler, and Alex McLeod, our budget traveler, visit the beautiful Hawaiian Islands of Kauai, Maui, Molokai, and Kona. While Phil enjoys succulent grilled fish prepared by executive chef Sato San, Alex gets a taste of the aloha lifestyle. Then, while Phil lives it up at the Mauna Lani Spa, Alex arrives at the coffee farm where she will stay for a couple of days. CC [TV G] 11:00 Third Watch. Act Brave. [TV 14] 01/25/2003 8:00 Cold Case Files. Murder on the Menu. A boy's toy Batmobile car provides an important clue for detectives struggling to make a case against a serial killer who stalks and kills waitresses. CC [TV PG] 9:00 Crossing Jordan. Born to Run. Jordan (Jill Hennessy) is knee deep in strippers and Russian gangsters when she responds to a suspected murder-suicide at a local gentleman's club. Unconvinced by the police theory of a distraught, jealous lover, Jordan enlists the help of her colleagues Trey (Mahershalalhashbaz Ali) and Bug (Ravi Kappor) to reveal more with a detailed investigation of the Russian mob-run club. Meanwhile, Garret (Miguel Ferrer) must deal with a school scandal involving his daughter (guest star Alex McKenna). CC [TV 14] 10:00 Third Watch. Childhood Memories. [TV 14] 11:00 Hollywood Reality. The Diary of Anne Frank. The daily lives of eight people concealed in a tiny attic became a legend when a young girl's journal came to life on the screen after her death in a Nazi concentration camp. We explore the challenges faced by director George Stevens to do justice to this tragic story while appealing to a wide audience. Highlights include film clips and interviews with Anne Frank's relatives and friends and people involved in the film (George Stevens, Jr., Millie Perkins, and Shelly Winters). Burt Reynolds narrates. CC [TV PG] 01/26/2003 8:00 Murder, She Wrote. Deadly Bidding. When a stolen Degas painting turns up on the auction block, a contemporary painter winds up as a still life! Angela Lansbury stars with Wayne Rogers. CC [TV G] 9:00 Murder, She Wrote. Frozen Stiff. The unpleasant co-founder of a Wisconsin ice cream company gets his just dessert when he is discovered stiffer than a popsicle in the factory freezer. Angela Lansbury stars with Bill Smitrovich, Dirk Benedict, and Christina Pickles. CC [TV G] 10:00 Murder, She Wrote. Unwilling Witness. When the key witness in the probe of a corrupt investment firm dies, Jessica finds herself in contempt of court. Angela Lansbury stars with Lisa Eichhorn. CC [TV G] 11:00 Murder, She Wrote. Kendo Killing. A young woman wants out of a traditional childhood marriage contract to the son of the owner of a Japanese motor company--and Jessica steps in when the future husband is found dead. Angela Lansbury stars with Pat Morita. CC [TV G] 01/27/2003 8:00 Biography. The Saudi Royal Family. At a time when America's relationship with Saudi Arabia is under close scrutiny because of the war against terrorism, this timely profile looks at the colorful history of Saudi Arabia's royal rulers. Discover how charismatic King Ibn Saud went from being a desert warrior to leader of the largest oil-producing nation in the world, and how his 4 successors have been both friends and foes of the U.S. CC [TV G] 9:00 Midsomer Murders. Market for Murder. Barnaby and Troy investigate the murder of a member of a genteel "reading club" that's really a front for secret stock market investments. John Nettles, Daniel Casey, and Jane Wymark star. CC [TV PG] 11:00 Third Watch. Sex, Lies & Videotape. [TV 14] 01/28/2003 8:00 Biography. Lizzie Borden: A Woman Accused. Did Lizzie Borden really take an axe and give her mother 40 whacks and her father 41? She was acquitted, but controversy still rages over the century-old double murder case. This documentary dig s for the facts. Interviews with case historians. CC [TV PG] 9:00 Cold Case Files. Mark of a Killer/Dead Ends. A killer's bite marks and a jailhouse snitch lead to a murder conviction in a case gone cold for eight years, and Bill Kurtis joins a group of super sleuths trying to solve the slaying of 18-year-old Jamie Weiss, found dead in her bathtub in 1996. CC [TV PG] 10:00 Cold Case Files. Diary of a Serial Arsonist/The Lost Clue. A highly-regarded California arson investigator is suspected of setting a series of fires, and a man is convicted of raping and murdering his 68- year-old neighbor and stealing her Coke bottle and rare coin collections. CC [TV PG] 11:00 Third Watch. Transformed. [TV 14] 01/29/2003 8:00 Biography. Bill O'Reilly: The Attitude Factor. Chronicles the career of the bombastic newsman who's simultaneously the most revered and most hated person on television. O'Reilly bounced around from station to station until landing on "Inside Edition" and then getting his own show, "The O'Reilly Factor", where his blunt commentary and oversized ego are always on display. CC [TV G] 9:00 American Justice. A Mother's Betrayal. The shocking story of Kathy Bush, regarded as a caring mother and a national advocate for health care, who was suddenly arrested for child abuse and accused of keeping her daughter deathly ill. Features interviews with Bush, her husband Craig, and son Jason. CC [TV PG] 10:00 City Confidential. Lynchburg: The Heiress and Her Lover. On March 30, 1985, in Lynchburg, someone viciously murdered one of the state's FFV--First Families of Virginia--and her husband. Someone entered Derek and Nancy Haysom's home and attacked the couple--he was stabbed 39 time, she was nearly decapitated. The grisly murders of the socially prominent couple caused upper-crust residents to fear a possible serial killer--but police had another suspicion, one much closer to home. Narrated by Paul Winfield. CC [TV PG] 11:00 Third Watch. Old Dogs, New Tricks. [TV 14] 01/30/2003 8:00 Biography. Jack Webb: Just the Facts. Here are the facts--just the facts--about the actor who became a TV legend with his portrayal of no-nonsense detective Joe Friday on "Dragnet". We look behind the badge to profile a workaholic whose love of Crown Royal was legendary; a perfectionist whose temper moved others to succeed; and a versatile producer and director who created "Adam-12," "Project UFO" and "Emergency!" Martin Milner, Stephen J. Cannell, who wrote for Webb, and third wife Jackie Webb Schweitzer are interviewed. CC [TV G] 9:00 Columbo. Murder in Malibu. An ambitious, philandering gigolo and tennis pro, rejected by the romance novelist he planned to marry, ends the story she was writing with a gun and makes the murder look like robbery gone awry. Peter Falk stars with Andrew Stevens, Brenda Vaccaro, Laurie Walters, and Janet Margolin. CC [TV PG] 11:00 Third Watch. The Long Guns. [TV 14] 01/31/2003 8:00 Expedition Egypt. Egypt beyond the Pyramids: The Great Pharaoh and His Lost Children. Join us on an historical mystery tour back to Egypt's New Kingdom and the era of Ramesses the Great to solve the puzzle of his missing children. We learn of his dedication to his family at his funerary temple, the magnificent Ramesseum, where we see how he depicted his children on various temple walls and reliefs. Then, Dr. Kent Weeks takes us through the mysterious and long-forgotten KV5, the tomb of several of Ramesses' sons, which proves to be ancient Egypt's greatest family mausoleum. CC [TV G] 9:00 Hauntings. London. On a foggy night in old London town, you might wail more than the blues if you encounter one of the many ghosts said to roam the streets. From Roman occupation to the Dark Ages to the Industrial Age of Charles Dickens comes many reports of unexplained spectral visits. We'll tour through this ancient city steeped in violent history--a place where the living are forced to consort with the spirits of the dead. CC [TV G] 10:00 Other World. Area 51: Beyond Top Secret. Born during the Cold War, Area 51 in Nevada, also known as Groom Lake or Dreamland, became not only the Air Force's most strategic test site, but also a symbol of everything that was sneaky about the U.S. military- industrial-intelligence complex. In recent years, UFO investigators claimed that the top-secret planes tested there were built with technology gleaned from captured alien aircraft. We uncover the secrets of the cryptic desert facility and look into mysterious deaths of base workers. CC [TV G] 11:00 Third Watch. Cold Front.