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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 & 16th (times are EST/Pacific Time):

A&E 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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Tuesday, June 15, 2004

7-8pm -- The Magic Touch of Harry Potter - 
A magical behind-the-scenes look at the wildly
popular Harry Potter movie blockbusters,
including a preview of the latest, "Harry Potter
and the Prisoner of Azkaban". Interviews with new
and returning members of Hogwarts School of
Witchcraft and Wizardry, plus on-the-set glimpses
of and interviews with cast members from "The
Sorcerer's Stone" and "The Chamber of Secrets",
combine with the story behind author J.K.
Rowling's struggle to bring the most beloved
characters in literature to life.

8-9pm -- BIOGRAPHY®: The Olsen Twins - Mary-Kate
& Ashley Olsen
The story of Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, teenage
twins who conquered the entertainment and
business worlds. They starred in the TV series
"Full House" and a successful home-video series;
their Mary-Kay and Ashley brand includes a
fashion and lifestyle product line, children's
book collection, and video game franchise;
they're the youngest producers in Hollywood
history; and their first big movie opened in May
2004. Already worth $150 million--each, we talk
to the sisters and co-star Bob Saget.

9-11pm -- COLD CASE FILES® - Bump in the
Night/Blood on the Badge & A Hitchhike to
Murder/Never Forgotten
A woman who takes down the license plate number
of a car that had been following her helps police
solve the murder of another young woman; and a
mother's phone call accusing a man of molesting
her child helps police solve the 30-year-old
murder of an Atlanta policeman by a Black
Liberation Army member. Then, 30 years after the
murder of a young hitchhiker, DNA helps police
track down her killer, and Philadelphia police
wage a 16-year hunt for the rapist/killer of a
10-year-old girl. (2-hour version)


Wednesday, June 16, 2004

7-8pm -- AMERICAN JUSTICE® - A Parent's Nightmare
David and Cynthia Dowaliby are tried for the
murder of their 7-year-old daughter in 1988, but
both are cleared because of lack of evidence. One
of the most controversial murder cases in Chicago
in the last 20 years, many still believe that the
Dowalibys are guilty.

8-9pm -- BIOGRAPHY® - The O.J. Story: 10 Years
It was called "The Crime of the Century". On June
12, 1994, O.J. Simpson's name went from famous to
notorious after the murder of his ex-wife Nicole
and her friend Ron Goldman. A decade later, some
of those involved in the case have parlayed 15
minutes of fame into lucrative careers, while
others have dropped off the map--Kato Kaelin (TV
executive), Mark Fuhrman (best-selling author),
Judge Ito (declines all press), Paula Barbieri
(rediscovered religion). And some still mourn the
forgotten victims.

9-11pm -- AMERICAN JUSTICE® - Why O.J. Simpson
A 2-hour special edition that examines the "trial
of the century". Includes an interview with
defense attorney Barry Scheck, who describes how
Simpson's legal team challenged the credibility
of detective Mark Fuhrman.


Thursday, June 17, 2004

7-8pm -- AMERICAN JUSTICE® - The Yosemite Killer 
complex development of a serial killer, and shows
how one tragedy became two. When Cary Stayner was
10 years old, his younger brother Steven was
abducted from his family by a sexual predator and
was missing for seven years. But while brother
Steven’s daring escape and return home made him a
media darling, Cary remained stuck in the shadows
that had already been taking root in his mind. 

What makes serial killers? Is it their
environment or are they born that way? In the
case of Cary Stayner, a human predator known as
the Yosemite Killer, some argue it was both. Cary
was plagued by psychoses, unable to resist
violent fantasies that had been with him since he
was a child. He had also lived through the
life-changing tragedy of his brother’s abduction.
Did that devastating ordeal for the Stayner
family mutate into murderous desires in Cary? How
can the jury decide whether Cary Stayner was
ultimately responsible for his horrifying

8-10pm -- COLD CASE FILES® - The Unluckiest
Man/The Deadly Triangle & Vintage Murder
A fire investigator helps police catch an
arsonist-killer who set a series of fires to
collect insurance money; and an inmate tells a
homicide detective that he knows plenty about a
murder that took place 15 years prior. Then, cops
reopen a rape-murder case 25 years after the
crime and find enough DNA evidence on the
suspect's cigarette butts to bring him to
justice; and a confession made to a "Baywatch"
star helps solve the 3-year-old murder of a
wealthy Newport Beach woman. (2-hour version)


Friday, June 18, 2004

7-8pm -- AMERICAN JUSTICE® - Blueprint for a
On the morning of March 3, 1992, an intruder
broke into a Maryland home killing a woman, her
crippled child and his nurse. Authorities
arrested the woman's estranged husband and an
accomplice. But while investigating the crime,
police located a how-to publication containing a
virtual blueprint for the murder. 

The victims' families were not content to go
after the actual killers, but went after the
publisher of the book. In a landmark decision,
the 4th circuit Virginia Court held that the case
had merit to proceed, despite the clear first
amendment issue. A fascinating review of how the
courts are reinterpreting “words of incitement”
under modern first amendment law.

8-10pm -- BIOGRAPHY® - Bette Midler
Early television appearances that have not been
seen in over 30 years and other rare film clips
highlight this portrait of "The Divine Miss
M"--the legend who went from humble beginnings in
the Hawaiian Islands to the top of the
show-business world. Bette's intense drive, work
ethic, and talent helped her overcome poor career
choices, and she became an Oscar-nominated
actress, Emmy Award winner, nightclub and concert
sensation, and hit recording artist.

10-12am -- BIOGRAPHY® - Liza Minnelli
Liza, one of the biggest and most controversial
names in show business today, sat for an
exclusive interview for our 2-hour special--the
first official interview she gave after her split
from husband David Gest. And we talk with friends
and colleagues, including Martin Scorsese,
Beyonce Knowles, Robert De Niro, Goldie Hawn, and
Mia Farrow. This frank profile looks at the
burden of being Judy Garland's daughter, her
battle with alcohol and painkillers, and stage
and screen triumphs.


Saturday, June 19, 2004

7-8pm -- CITY CONFIDENTIAL® - South Beach:
Fashion Victim
A hip, ultra chic part of Miami loses its
reputation as a homosexual safe haven when
fashion designer Gianni Versace is gunned down
outside his home. Narrated by Paul Winfield.

8-9pm -- AMERICAN JUSTICE® - Deadly Magnolia
Newlyweds Tom and Patricia Allanson appeared to
have a bright future ahead of them, until only
months after their wedding, Tom's parents were
found murdered in their home. 

Former friends reveal that Patricia had referred
to her in-laws as "those hateful people." Penning
a biography on the subject, author Ann Rule wrote
that Patricia has since served two sentences for
attempted murder, once for trying to poison Tom's
grandparents and again for administering lethal
doses of sleeping pills in an upscale daycare
center she founded. Meanwhile, former husband Tom
and daughter Susan are left wondering whether
Patricia Allanson, whose whereabouts are unknown,
will turn up next.

9-10pm -- COLD CASE FILES® - The Cuff
Link/Graveyard Shift
Police solve an old murder case with a
painstaking examination of the tool mark on the
plastic flex cuff that bound the victim's hands,
and a 15-year-old murder case is finally cracked
open when a disgruntled wife tells police that
her husband committed the crime.


Sunday, June 20, 2004

7-7:30pm -- SELL THIS HOUSE™ - Granada Hills,
California--Jim & Donna Jackson: #23
Just miles from Hollywood, this spacious ranch
house, with four bedrooms and 2-1/2 bathrooms,
makes it just right for raising a family. So why
are Jim and Donna Jackson having such a hard time
selling their house? Maybe the bright green
carpet, reminiscent of a golf course, and the
master bath that has a "grimy" feel? Designer
Roger Hazard plans to draw attention away from
the carpet and make people forget the house was
built nearly 30 years ago.

7:30-8pm -- SELL THIS HOUSE™ - Coconut Grove,
Florida--Lisa & Cesar Verde: #25
After seven years and birth of a son, Lisa and
Cesar Verde outgrew their cozy home. It's in a
fantastic neighborhood with a gorgeous front yard
jungle and beautiful hardwood floors. This
tropical charmer has it all--but a buyer! After
an open house to hear what potential home buyers
have to say, Lisa and Cesar find out what our
designer Roger Hazard has planned to address
issues that seem to be driving people away--like
get rid of the clutter and brighten up the house
with a fresh coat of paint.

10-12am -- Big Dogs, Little Dogs - 
This 2-hour fun- and fact-filled look at pooches
covers the history, breeds, behavior, training,
and business of dogs. You'll learn how dogs think
and navigate the world using their five senses,
why they bark and chase cats, and how some become
Hollywood stars. We also explore the relationship
between humans and canines--from descent from
wolves to domestication by man--and learn that
dogs can actually provide medical benefits to
those who spend time around them.


Monday, June 21, 2004

6-8pm -- Cats! - 
They say that dogs are man's best friends, but
statistics show that cats are America's favorite
pets. This affectionate 2-hour special will have
viewers purring as we take a look at domestic
cats in an historical as well as cultural and
sociological light. Looks at breeds, behavior,
the business of cats, feline superstitions, and
cats' place in pop culture. Features an interview
with Eartha Kitt, Catwoman in the "Batman" TV
series. It's everything you always wanted to know
about cats--and then some!

10-12am -- Pride - 
Movie. In a groundbreaking, real-life drama, "The
Lion King" meets up with actual lions--a
rebellious cub, an orphan who betrays those who
saved him, a forbidden romance, and a cowardly
lion who must fight for the lives of his pride if
he's to save his own. Kate Winslet, Helen Mirren,
Jim Broadbent, Kwame Kwei-Armah, Robbie Coltrane,
Rupert Graves, Sean Bean, Martin Freeman, and
John Hurt supply the voices in this catfight
between two lion prides battling over territory
and food. (2004)


Tuesday, June 22, 2004

7-8pm -- AMERICAN JUSTICE® - Dead Woman Walking:
The Karla Faye Tucker Story 
If the primary purpose of criminal punishment is
to deter and reform wrongdoers, then Karla Faye
Tucker's story is a case of justice gone awry. 

The first woman executed in Texas since 1863,
Karla Faye committed a grisly double murder, then
became a Christian in prison. The Pope himself
intervened on her behalf as Protestant ministers
and family of her victims begged for lenity. Has
the purpose of criminal justice shifted from
reform-oriented to punitive? You be the judge.

8-9pm -- BIOGRAPHY® - Ted Bundy
He was the dapper, charming monster who confessed
to killing 28 women during a 4-year reign of
terror and may have killed as many as 100 before
he was jailed and executed. Who was Ted Bundy?
How was his serial killer personality formed? And
how did he keep his violent nature hidden? We
interview prosecutors, detectives, psychiatrists,
forensic scientists, and Bundy's neighbors and
classmates to seek answers.

9-11pm -- COLD CASE FILES® - The Lady Killer/A
Husband's Secret & A Map to Murder/Life on the
The testimony of three prison inmates helps
convict a man who viciously killed a woman out
for a bike ride nearly two decades prior; and a
self-admitted sex addict who strangled his cat is
a suspect in the 30-year-old murder of a
neighbor. Then, cops close in on a serial killer
with the help of the Internet and information
supplied by a subsidiary of Microsoft; and a drug
trafficker jumps bail, opens a bike shop, and
helps pioneer the sport of mountain biking while
he's on the lam. (2-hour version)


Wednesday, June 23, 2004

7-8pm -- AMERICAN JUSTICE® - Dealing with the
One of the most innovative initiatives in the
history of law enforcement, the Witness
Protection Program helped put thousands of
criminals behind bars and demolished organized
crime families in Cleveland, Philadelphia and New
York. But it also resulted in relocating hardened
criminals to unsuspecting neighborhoods, without
the knowledge of residents or local law

Former U.S. Marshals and FBI Agents detail the
difficulties of administering a program that has
been hampered from the outset by understaffing
and poor projections (the government projected
that 25 people a year would enter Witness
Protection, but 647 people signed up in 1974
alone!). Get an inside tour of the Program from
four former criminals who have since abandoned
its protection. 

8-9pm -- BIOGRAPHY® - Bill Clinton
Bill Clinton has been running for public office
most of his life; and while in office, running
from his public detractors and enemies. We look
at his life--from Hope, Arkansas, upbringing;
governship; two-term presidency; to the
controversy and crisis regarding his
investigation by independent prosecutor Kenneth

10-11pm -- CITY CONFIDENTIAL® - Potomac:
Eliminating the Competition
A patrician world of polo and politics, Potomac's
a town where Washington high society lives in
hunt-country hauteur. But in the summer of 1997,
the wealthy D.C. suburb is stunned when Ruthann
Aron, a former U.S. Senate candidate and real
estate developer, is charged with conspiring to
kill her husband and a lawyer who had hurt her
political career. Paul Winfield narrates.


Thursday, June 24, 2004

8-10pm -- COLD CASE FILES® - Weepy-Voiced
Killer/The "Mr. Big" Sting & The Southside Rapist
A prostitute who fights off a
screwdriver-wielding man helps police track down
a serial killer; and undercover agents acting as
mobsters conduct an elaborate sting operation to
solve a murder case that had gone cold for years.
Then, a series of brutal rapes in St. Louis goes
unsolved for many years until a fluke audit of a
license plate number leads police to the culprit.
(2-hour version)

10-11pm -- The First 48 - Double Murder on
Haskell/Back Alley Revenge
When a couple is found shot to death, Kansas City
investigators track down two suspects and must
convince one of them to give up the other--his
own father; and detectives must rely on
inhabitants of a drug-ridden area to help solve a
murder, hoping that the word on the street will
crack the case. Join our detective teams as they
race the clock in "The First 48".


Friday, June 25, 2004

7-8pm -- AMERICAN JUSTICE® - The Wells Fargo
On the surface it looked like the perfect crime,
the daring daylight heist of an armored van
carrying over half a million dollars in cash.
that the van went missing at a crowded
Phoenix-area mall the Monday after Thanksgiving
1994. When police finally located it, the driver
had been shot dead and the money was long gone.
With no eyewitnesses, fingerprints or DNA
evidence, police would have to rely on their own
cunning to solve the crime. Eventually three
suspects emerged – two bounty hunters and an
ex-cop: Timothy Ring, James Greenham and Bill
Ferguson. The men were intimately familiar with
police investigations and not easy to catch. With
the help of the FBI, police began a 24-hour
surveillance. The suspects’ phones were tapped
and their every move watched. Soon an elaborate
cat-and-mouse game ensued, with investigators
patiently waiting for the three men to falter. 

that police finally made an arrest and discovered
a duffel bag containing over $271,000 in cash in
the garage of Timothy Ring. Ring claimed the
money came from the government and that he was an
international bounty hunter on the FBI payroll.
The show includes the surveillance photos, audio
recordings and footage of the arrest.

8-9pm -- BIOGRAPHY® - Colonel Sanders
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

9-10pm -- BIOGRAPHY® - Dave Thomas
Story of the lovable guy behind the Wendy's
fast-food empire. He began with Kentucky Fried
Chicken and invented the famous bucket of chicken
with Colonel Sander's face on it. After leaving
KFC, he started doing Wendy's commercials in
1989--the first of 500.

10-11pm -- BIOGRAPHY® - Ray Kroc
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.


Saturday, June 26, 2004

7-8pm -- CITY CONFIDENTIAL® - Spokane: Predator
in the Parks
They were one of the most respected families in
Spokane--the father, a decorated WWII veteran who
became managing editor of the oldest newspaper in
Washington State; the mother, a former model and
charm-school matron widely regarded as the social
matriarch of the town. Then, in 1978, a serial
rapist began terrorizing the quiet,
family-friendly city. When police arrested the
couple's only son for the crimes, the Coe
family's whole world crumbled. Narrated by Paul

8-9pm -- AMERICAN JUSTICE® - Vanished
John Vanderheiden called the police on November
14, 1998 reporting that his daughter, Cyndi, had

Officers determined that Cyndi had been last seen
at the Linden Inn, a local bar, talking to two
men, Loren Herzog and Wesley Shermantine. The
latter had been a suspect in a similar case
thirteen years earlier. With a suspect in mind,
the police looked for a break in the case, which
finally came in an unusual way. When Sherman fell
behind in his payments, his car was repossessed,
leading investigators to find blood traces in the
trunk. Preliminary results indicated that it was
Cyndi's. Get an inside look at the investigation,
trial and conviction. 

9-10pm -- COLD CASE FILES® - Bump in the
Night/Blood on the Badge
A young woman who alertly takes down the license
plate number of a car that had been following her
for miles helps investigators solve the murder of
another young woman; and a phone call from a
mother accusing a man of molesting her chld gives
police the lead they need to solve the
30-year-old murder of an Atlanta policeman by a
member of the Black Liberation Army.

10-11pm -- CITY CONFIDENTIAL® - Boise, ID: Last
The center of Idaho's potato empire, there's
nothing bland about this Northwestern town. Spud
money has given Boise a sprinkling of big-city
sophistication and a dollop of crime. Like in
1995, when Boise got caught up in a mystery
worthy of New York City and was shocked when a
billionaire art patron was implicated in murder.
But when the townsfolk took a closer look, they
discovered a twisted tale involving a Russian
ballet dancer and rumors of KGB involvement.


Sunday, June 27, 2004

7-8pm -- BIOGRAPHY® - Jayne Mansfield
The life and tragic death of the 1950s Hollywood
sex siren whose body measured 40-21-35&1/2
inches, and whose IQ measured at 163. Follows her
rise to stardom in such pictures as "Will Success
Spoil Rock Hunter?"; her marriage to former Mr.
Universe Mickey Hargitay; the unraveling of her
career, which led to alcohol and drug addiction;
and the car accident that killed her at age 34.
Features interviews with Hargitay, her first
husband Paul Mansfield, and daughter Jayne Marie.

8-10pm -- Cleavage - 
Sexy and fun, this 2-hour special surveys
mankind's fascination with breasts and cleavage,
from the goddesses of antiquity to today's
silicone-enhanced TV and film stars. Offering
their opinions on why two simple mounds of flesh
have wielded such power through the ages are
comedian Joan Rivers; Cosmopolitan's Helen Gurley
Brown; a plastic surgeon; a female body builder;
and others. Narrated by Carmen Electra.

10-11pm -- The Celebrity Hot 100 Forbes - 
How do you measure star power? Each year,
"Forbes" magazine applies its own
criteria--earning power, media exposure, general
buzz, and other factors--to come up with the list
of the 100 top Hollywood celebrities. This
special looks at 2004's list, including some of
its surprises (for example: Jennifer Aniston is
on the list, but hubby Brad Pitt is off).


Monday, June 28, 2004

8-9pm -- Who Killed Laci Peterson? - 
Direct from today's headlines, Bill Kurtis looks
at the circumstances surrounding the death of
27-year-old Laci Peterson, and the recent charges
brought against her husband Scott who is accused
of murdering both Laci and their unborn son.

9-9:30pm -- Family Plots - Behind Closed Doors
Tensions rise in the mortuary as Rick gives his
fiancee, Melissa, an ultimatium--move in with him
and commit fully to their relationship, or it's
over. Rick lashes out at Shonna, Emily, and the
other staffers as he nervously awaits Melissa's

10-10:30pm -- AIRLINE - Airline: Excess Baggage:
Fasten your seatbelts for a look at the
stories-behind-the-stories that made up A&E's
first season of "Airline". Interviews with
featured Southwest employees mix with
never-before-seen footage to give a more honest
and frank account of what really went on, and how
much more of the story there is that didn't make
the show.

10:30-11pm -- Airline UK - #7
A documentary series from England that looks at
the trials and tribulations of the people who
work for easyJet, the no-frills airline that's
revolutionized British travel. In this episode,
an easyJet passenger's bag containing traveler's
checks and wedding present goes missing; Kevin
prepares to meet the Queen, who's on her way to
Liverpool Airport, but at the last minute
realizes he won't be able to meet her
face-to-face; and newlywed Katrina faces cancer


Tuesday, June 29, 2004

8-10pm -- COLD CASE FILES® - Portrait of a
Killer/The Tortured Truth & Pilot Episode
The 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. The pilot episode explores the
unsolved murder of "Hogan's Heroes" star Bob
Crane, meets a Dallas criminalist who uses
state-of-the-art fingerprint matching to catch a
rapist-murderer, examines the murder of a Navajo
girl solved 20 years later, and talks to Barry
Scheck about DNA. (2-hour version)

10-11pm -- BIOGRAPHY® - Traci Lords
At 34, Traci Lords has live more lives than most
women twice her age. A small-town girl from Ohio
who became an underage porn star, she was
arrested by the FBI at age 18 and has tried to
work her way out of porn fame ever since. This
profile looks at Traci Lords the fashion model,
rock star, and legitimate actress who's hoping
for the big screen role that will finally make
the public forget her porn past.


Wednesday, June 30, 2004

7-8pm -- AMERICAN JUSTICE® - Murder on the
Lisa and Kosta Fotopoulos were known as one of
the more prominent, successful couples in Daytona
Beach’s thriving Greek-American community.
that it all came to an end suddenly in 1989 when
an intruder broke into their home and pumped a
single gunshot into Lisa’s temple. Kosta grabbed
his own gun and killed the gunman. Incredibly,
Lisa was still alive and paramedics rushed her to
the hospital. The intruder was 18-year-old Bryan
Chase. The next day, a man called 911 and said
that he had been offered money by Kosta to kill
Lisa. He also said that 21-year-old Deidre Hunt
was Kosta’s part-time bartender and his full-time

that Hunt described Kosta’s “Hunter Killer Club”
when questioned by police. To become a member you
had to kill somebody. Deidre had qualified by
killing a 19-year-old drifter. And while
searching Fotopoulos’s home police found the
shocking evidence, a videotape. In it, Kosta
instructed Deidre to kill the drifter, who was
seen tied to a tree. Deidre fired three shots
into the drifter’s chest, and one through his
head. In 1990, Kosta was convicted on two counts
of murder and one count of attempted murder.
Deidre Hunt pled guilty to shooting the drifter
and was sentenced to death, but she was granted a
life sentence on appeal.

8-9pm -- BIOGRAPHY® - John Wayne Gacy
A politician, a clown, an entrepreneur, a family
man--these were the roles played by John Wayne
Gacy to hide the fact that he was a serial killer
who murdered 33 boys and young men. Rare archival
materials and interviews with family and friends
paint a portrait of Gacy from cradle to grave.

9-10pm -- AMERICAN JUSTICE® - Free to Kill: The
Polly Klaas Murder 
Polly Klaas was abducted from her home in
Petaluma, California during a slumber party and
never seen alive again. Her killer, Richard Allen
Davis, had the proverbial rap sheet a mile long
with 25 arrests and protracted jail time. 

Does this represent a failure of the penal system
to perform one of its most vital functions? Take
a closer look at rehabilitation programs in the
modern penal system, with a probing analysis of
recidivism, prison and prisoner reform. Hear
Klaas's father discuss his rage and betrayal,
while jurors and attorneys provide a firsthand
look at the trial that finally put Davis away for

10-11pm -- AMERICAN JUSTICE® - The Sinatra
Recalls the spectacular 1963 kidnapping of Frank
Sinatra Jr. The kidnappers received $240,000 in
ransom money from Frank Sr., but they all
eventually landed in jail.

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January 2004
Note: Monty Python is now on only occasionally: "Meet a composer with the longest name imaginable, and the head of a chocolate company is asked about the inclusion of such ingredients as "crunchy frog" in his candies. The classic British comedy phenomenon of the 1970s, starring the six-man troupe of Graham Chapman, John Cleese, Terry Gilliam, Eric Idle, Terry Jones, and Michael Palin."
Terry Jones' new series for A&E's History Channel is a semi-humorous 4-part look at truths and urban myths about the Middle Ages, illustrated by computer graphics and on-location scenery, premiering Saturdays in January, 2004

Episodes of the quirky Northern Exposure are on Hallmark Channel now, Monday-Friday. And episodes of the even quirkier "Twin Peaks" are on Bravo @ 5am Tuesdays thru Saturdays. Monstervision review & host segments of the Twin Peaks movie "Firewalk With Me."

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