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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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Wednesday, June 1, 2005

7-8pm -- AMERICAN JUSTICE® - Crib Death.
A woman accuses her ex-husband of murdering their
baby. Is it a tale of a woman scorned, or the chilling
story of a cold-blooded child killer?

8-9pm -- BIOGRAPHY® - Ron Howard (see Saturday below)

9-10pm -- COLD CASE FILES® - The Monster/A Cousin's
After an Arkansas man confesses to the brutal murders
of two women, police are shocked when the DNA evidence
shows that he isn't the killer. And a DNA profile on a
scarf helps solve the 21-year-old cold case of an Ohio
woman who was raped, bound, and strangled.

10-12am -- Faith of My Fathers - 
Movie. The harrowing and heroic real-life story of
Sen. John McCain, who endured five years of
confinement and torture as a POW in North Vietnam. The
story chronicles McCain's younger years as a hotshot
Navy pilot and rise to political prominence after the
war, and looks at how his experiences in Vietnam
shaped the man he has become. Based on the book,
"Faith of My Fathers," by McCain and Mark Salter.
Shawn Hatosy and Scott Glen star. (2005)


Thursday, June 2, 2005

7-8pm -- AMERICAN JUSTICE® - Witness Protection.
Story of the criminals who become part of the
controversial federal witness protection program.
Includes interviews with several of the gangsters, who
reveal what their lives are like after getting plastic
surgery, new identities, legitimate jobs, and moving
into new neighborhoods.

8-10pm -- COLD CASE FILES® - The Cuff Link/Graveyard
Shift & Cat and Mouse/Final Fare.
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. Then, 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.
(2-hour version.)

10-11pm -- MovieReal - Cinderella Man.
Join Russell Crowe, Renee Zellweger, and director Ron
Howard for this inspiring look at the life of
Depression-era boxer James Braddock, who fought back
from a string of losses to fight for the heavyweight
championship against Max Baer in 1935. The stars
discuss their upcoming biopic, Cinderella Man, based
on Braddock's life, and clips from the movie are
combined with archival footage and interviews.


Friday, June 3, 2005

7-8pm -- AMERICAN JUSTICE® - Defending the Mob.
Intriguing profile of men who use the law to defend
the kingpins of organized crime. Includes a look at
the career of Frank Ragano, attorney to Florida mob
boss Santo Trafficante and corrupt Teamster leader
Jimmy Hoffa.

8-10pm -- BIOGRAPHY® - Pamela Anderson.
Portrait of the sex goddess who won superstardom
wearing a red swimsuit on TV's Baywatch and appearing
on the cover of Playboy 11 times, but who has a lot
more than sexy looks going for her. This two-hour
special follows Anderson as she unveils her latest
fashion collection, becomes the spokesmodel for the
MAC Cosmetics AIDS fund, and stars in her new sitcom,
Repeated June 11 @ 1pm

10-11pm -- BIOGRAPHY® - Life after Baywatch.
A frank look at how the enormously popular Baywatch TV
series changed the lives of the show's stars. Pamela
Anderson talks about her troubled marriage to rocker
Tommy Lee and his jealous visits to the set, David
Hasselhoff reflects on his battle with alcohol, and
Carmen Electra, Alexandra Paul, Jeremy Jackson, and
Gena Lee Nolin discuss the trials and tribulations of
doing the show and the scandals that have dogged cast


Saturday, June 4, 2005

5-6pm -- BIOGRAPHY® - Ron Howard.
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

7-8pm -- CITY CONFIDENTIAL® - Atlanta: Devil Down in
When a mother of two is brutally murdered, her family
becomes convinced that her husband, a shady lawyer, is
responsible. But many in Atlanta cannot believe that
Fred Tokars, a former prosecutor and part-time judge,
is involved. Narrated by Paul Winfield.

8-9pm -- CITY CONFIDENTIAL® - Somerset, KY: A Killer
Somerset, Kentucky may be suburban on the surface, but
when a modern-day bootlegger turns a political shindig
into a shooting gallery, there's no doubt that this
Kentucky town is still hillbilly at heart.

9-11pm -- COLD CASE FILES® - The Accidental
Killer/Little Sister Lost & The Merry Widow/The Bad
While hiking with husband Dennis in Montana, Leslee
Larson fell into Wolf Creek. After cashing in a double
indemnity insurance policy, Dennis eventually lands in
Maine--where he's convicted of murdering wife three
who "fell" from a cliff. When 15-year-old papergirl
Penny Parker goes missing, her body is found by a
search volunteer. Watch detectives find a genetic
trace, 24 years later. Then, in 1983, Navy seamen
Sonny Grotton left base for a long weekend at home.
But as he pulled into his driveway, a gunman killed
him. Find out how an undercover agent proved the
wife's involvement 15 years later. And in 1993, former
state trooper Doug Wright claimed his estranged wife
shot and killed herself in their home. Police
suspected Doug but they couldn't prove he did
it...until eight years later. (2-hour version.)


Sunday, June 5, 2005

7-8pm -- Crossing Jordan - Missing Pieces.
While Jordan studies the body of a murdered kidnapping
suspect to find clues to the missing girl's
whereabouts, Peter investigates the case of an
unidentified man beaten to death in the woods. Stars
Jill Hennessy and Ivan Sergei, with guest star Arija

8-9pm -- The First 48 - Body in the Park/Ruby Street
In Philadelphia, Sergeant Irma Labrice and Detectives
Leon Lubiejewski and Michael Gross don't have much
time to find a murder suspect, and they don't have
much to go on--the victim's body was burned beyond
recognition. Meanwhile, on the other side of town,
Detective Bill Kelhower and his team must gather
enough physical evidence to crack a murder case
because the witnesses to the crime aren't talking.

9-9:30pm -- Family Plots - Scent of a Man.
The Wissmiller sisters are playing matchmaker for
their dad again--only this time setting him up on a
date with one of his many female fans. As the big
night approaches, Chuck's hopes for a kiss on the
first date are dashed when he eats too much garlic for
lunch, unless the gang can help him get rid of the

9:30-10pm -- Family Plots - Baptism by Fire.
The mortuary is slamming busy, so a burned-out Shonna
gives a break to Dan, a young man whose life's dream
is to work with the dead. The gang pitches in to show
him the ropes, and as Dan faces his first day dealing
with death, everyone reflects on how they got their
own start in the biz.

10-11pm -- Intervention - Cristine and Kelly P. (#9)
Family and friends stage interventions to halt the
self-destructive behavior of Cristine, a wife and
mother who drinks at least 18 beers a day, not
stopping until she passes out; and Kelly, an anorexic
who weighs 93 pounds and whose 3-year-old daughter is
following in her footsteps, often picking at her food
or refusing to eat altogether. Her friends are seeking
help not just to save Kelly, but her daughter as well.


Monday, June 6, 2005

7-8pm -- COLD CASE FILES® - Murder Illustrated/Blood
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

8-8:30pm -- AIRLINE - Life Swap.
Leaving her ballerina dreams behind, passenger Amber
flies to Las Vegas to audition for the Folies Bergere.
Over at BWI, Jen runs into problems going to Tampa to
be matron of honor at her friend's wedding. She's
offered up her seat on an oversold flight, and now she
could miss the wedding. When she looks into getting a
rental car in Tampa, her driving past comes back to
haunt her.

8:30-9pm -- AIRLINE - Things That Go Bump at the
Professional ghostbuster Patti and her husband, Chuck,
are going to Alabama to check reports of a ghost
sighting. Patti senses spiritual activity at the
airport, too. At BWI, things are also scary because of
passenger Joe, who likes to use the Austin Powers
catchphrase, "Yeah, baby." and because he's got a big
wad of cash, which he starts distributing around the

9-9:30pm -- GROWING UP GOTTI - Battle of the Sexes.
John and Carmine take part in a radio contest whose
female winners get to spend a day at the house with
the boys. Victoria and her sister Angel take up

9:30-10pm -- GROWING UP GOTTI - Professional Help. 
Victoria is going crazy from Robert and Luigi's
bickering, so she sends them to couples therapy to
work out their problems. Frankie has problems showing
up on time for big events, and he meets with a time
management expert before a very important photo shoot.

10-10:30pm -- Family Plots - Where's the Love.
In this episode, we catch up with the mortuary gang,
who are still dealing with the painful aftermath of
Rick and Melissa's break-up. Rick refuses to be around
Melissa, and the stress is driving everyone nuts.
Meanwhile, other mortuary staffers have their own
emotional problems - Emily is separating from her
husband, and John is separating from his wife.

10:30-11pm -- Family Plots - Birthday Bash.
Emily doesn't want her split with her husband to
interfere with her son's seventh birthday. Everyone's
invited to the party except boss Rick, who's still
taking his break-up with Melissa out on everyone. The
mortuary staff tries to keep the party a secret from
Rick and it looks like they'll be able to pull it off
- until Emily and dad Chuck have a blow-out that
threatens to ruin everything.


Tuesday, June 7, 2005

7-8pm -- AMERICAN JUSTICE® - The Long Island Railroad
A look at the mass murder committed by Colin Ferguson
on board a New York commuter train in December 1993.
Includes Ferguson's bizarre attempts to defend himself
at his trial. 

8-9pm -- COLD CASE FILES® - Chad Choice Case.
A kidnapper grabs 8-year-old Chad Choice from his home
in Texas, then torments his parents with two ransom
demands. The case goes cold until the parents receive
a chilling package in the mail that contains a
letter--and a skull.

9-9:30pm -- Dog the Bounty Hunter - Mother's Day.
Dog visits his mother's grave for inspiration before
heading out to find Frankie, a violent fugitive hiding
in the jungle. The spirit of Ma Chapman seems to help
when Dog finds an unusual ally - Frankie's mother, who
believes that helping Dog bring her son in is the best
thing she can do for him.

9:30-10pm -- Dog the Bounty Hunter - It's Good to be
Dog and his team return to their roots, with a visit
to their home town of Denver, Colorado. Dog and Tim
begin the day with an early morning radio show
appearance, and it pays off when a listener calls in
with a tip about one of the fugitives they're hunting.
Learning that he's working at a Taco Bell restaurant,
they head for the drive through window and order one
fugitive to go. 

10-11pm -- Knievel's Wild Ride - Daytona Death Scare.
Robbie gets sick at Daytona Bike Week, and is warned
that he could die if he doesn't curb his drinking. But
Robbie can't just go home and recover - he's booked
solid. He's scheduled to do a promotion for A&E and
appear on stage at a Twisted Sister concert. Feeling
better at last, he take a racecar for a spin - and
crashes head-on into the racetrack railing.


Wednesday, June 8, 2005

7-8pm -- AMERICAN JUSTICE® - The Preppie Murder 
One August morning in 1986, the body of Jennifer
Levin, a young, attractive and wealthy teenager, was
discovered in New York's Central Park. Shortly
thereafter, police arrested Robert Chambers for the
crime. The tabloid descended in full force, drawing
the public into an irresistible web of sex, murder,
youth, wealth and beauty. This is a probing look
inside the preppie murder, featuring first-hand
interviews with the clique of friends who knew the
killer and victim best. See excerpts from the trial
that put the victim’s sex practices at issue, while
hushing the defendant’s own checkered history of
burglaries and drug abuse. Hear from police, attorneys
and jurors and watch a rare interview with Levin’s

8-10:30pm -- Good Will Hunting - 
Movie. The movie that made Matt Damon and Ben Affleck
stars. Damon plays a young man who's a math genius,
but who would rather spend his life as a nobody
blue-collar worker than a celebrated intellect. Robin
Williams plays the counselor, Minnie Driver is the
girlfriend, and Affleck portrays the childhood friend
who tries to help Matt understand why he's fearful of
leaving his lower-class roots behind. (1997) 

10:30-11pm -- AIRLINE - Expect the Unexpected.
A husband plans a big surprise for his wife--he's
taking her to Las Vegas for their 30th
anniversary--but she doesn't know there's some very
special guests waiting onboard to join the
celebration. In Baltimore, the staff finds something
very unusual in a woman's bags. They're filled with
dried fish well past their sell-by date and a few
creepy crawlies are coming along for the ride. In Los
Angeles, Yolanda goes head-to-head with a stand-up
comic. He thinks he's funny. She thinks he's drunk.


Thursday, June 9, 2005

7-8pm -- AMERICAN JUSTICE® - To Save Their Souls 
John Emil List lived with his wife, mother and three
children in a 19-room Victorian mansion in Westfield,
New Jersey. A mild-mannered accountant, List was also
a devout Lutheran, and became convinced that the
secular world was eroding his family's faith and
imperiling their souls. His solution was murder.
Travel back to 1971 to examine the case that attracted
nationwide attention when police discovered the
mummified bodies of List's family in the abandoned
mansion, along with a letter from List explaining why
he had been forced to kill. In a rare jailhouse
interview, the unrepentant List states that the
sacrifice was the only way to ensure his family’s
spiritual salvation. Investigators and others close to
the case detail the nearly 20-year search for List,
who established a new life under the assumed name of
Robert Clark.

8-10pm -- COLD CASE FILES® - A Map to Murder/Life on
the Run & The Good Samaritan/Gun Shy.
After a long manhunt, cops finally 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, goes into the bike shop
business, and helps pioneer the sport of mountain
biking while he's on the lam. Then, new DNA technology
and the national DNA databank help police hunt down a
rapist-killer 11 years after he committed his crimes,
and a detective's painstaking recreation of a woman's
shooting death proves it wasn't an accident. (2-hour

10-11pm -- The First 48 - Fallen/Texas Burning.
In Miami, a young man's body is found next to a
high-rise, a victim of an apparent suicide. But the
investigation takes a twist when Sgt. Joe Schillaci
discovers signs of a struggle on the victim's body.
The man was seen with a mysterious woman only hours
before his death--but the woman has disappeared. Is
she the killer--or yet another victim? Detectives in
Dallas find two burned up bodies in opposite sides of
town on the same night. The investigation leads to a
motel where they find a bloody room and the possible
murder scene. Were the two victims killed by the same


Friday, June 10, 2005

7-8pm -- AMERICAN JUSTICE® - The Pizza Connection.
Story of how the FBI busted one of the largest drug
rings ever. The exploding case led investigators from
New York's sidewalk pizzerias to Zurich's financial
districts and the highest levels of the Italian

8-10pm -- BIOGRAPHY® - Fathers and Sons in Hollywood.
Celebrity fathers and sons talk about the challenges
of parenthood and childhood in a show business family.
The stars include Jerry and Ben Stiller, Rance and Ron
Howard, Dom DeLuise and sons David and Michael, Tony
Danza, Peter Boyle, and George and George, George,
George, George, and George Foreman (the former
heavyweight champ named all his sons "George").

10-11pm -- BIOGRAPHY® - Joel Rifkin.
By day, he was a loser who couldn't keep his job
mowing lawns. By night, he was a talented predator who
lived out his sick sadistic fantasies by cruising for
prostitutes and then strangling them with his bare
hands during sex. This profile of Joel Rifkin, who
confessed to 17 murders, includes a rare jailhouse
interview where he talks about his life and killing
spree, saying he has no idea why he became such a


Saturday, June 11, 2005

7-8pm -- CITY CONFIDENTIAL® - Charlotte: Panther on
the Run.
The people of sports-crazy Charlotte, North Carolina
are shocked when Rae Carruth, a wide receiver for the
Charlotte Panthers pro football team, is linked to the
murder of his pregnant girlfriend. Narrated by Paul

8-9pm -- CITY CONFIDENTIAL® - Chattanooga: Dangerous
When three visitors to Signal Mountain are murdered in
the woods, suspicion falls on Frank Casteel, who liked
to threaten trespassers with his shotgun. Includes an
interview with Casteel's former mistress, who wore a
wire to gather evidence against him. Paul Winfield

9-11pm -- COLD CASE FILES® - Daddy Knows Best/Dawn of
the Dead & The Killer's Tattoo.
A detective works for 15 years to nab a man who
murdered his wife and dismembered her body to hide the
sexual abuse of his children. And, 20 years after the
shooting murder of a gas station attendant, detectives
get a lead. Then, the murder of a 73-year-old man
sends police on a long chase for a man who bears a
rose tattoo with the name "Phyllis". (2-hour version)


Sunday, June 12, 2005

7-8pm -- Crossing Jordan - Most Likely.
A seemingly healthy high school athlete dies after a
single punch from a cop during a drug bust, and Hoyt
seeks information from a landlady whose tenant was
assaulted before being hit by a bus. Stars Jill
Hennessy, Jennifer Finnigan, Jerry O'Connell, and
guest stars John Scherer, Jsu Garcia, and Shirley

8-9pm -- The First 48 - Gangs of Little
Havana/Execution in Coconut Grove.
A wall of silence from a frightened community hampers
efforts to solve a brutal murder; and a mother of two
is shot execution-style in her kitchen in an affluent
neighborhood. In a visual style more like drama than
reality show, we tail Miami homicide investigators as
they race time to solve these murders. Who're the
suspects? Are the detectives right? With cliffhangers
at each break, both cases in this gritty episode will
keep viewers guessing until the end.

9-9:30pm -- Family Plots - Generations.
Chuck feels blue after picking up the body of an
elderly woman who reminds him of his deceased
grandmother. Shonna, who feels he wasn't the most
present father, thinks he should be less emotional on
the job, and has no time for him. As John helps
comfort the devoted niece of the deceased, Chuck takes
out his frustrations on eldest daughter Melissa, who
is helping him outfit his kitty for the big Poway
costume Pet Contest.

9:30-10pm -- Family Plots - Boxing the Past.
It's an emotional week for the Wissmillers. Youngest
sister Emily is separating from her husband, and is
forced to find a new apartment for herself and her
young son. Meanwhile her dad, Chuck, who could have
been a boxing contender in his youth, knows how hard
it is to move on from broken dreams. Now he has a
second chance for success when one of the boxers he
coaches has a big fight in Vegas.

10-11pm -- Intervention - Kelly F. and Mark (#10).
Family and friends decide that an intervention is
their only hope of saving two men: Kelly, a man with a
160 IQ who lives on the streets and survives on beer
and other people's spare change, and Mark, who's so
addicted to painkillers that he's had a morphine pump
surgically implanted in his abdomen.


Monday, June 13, 2005

7-8pm -- COLD CASE FILES® - The Burning Secret/Justice
A detective keeps a murder investigation going for 16
years and finally proves a woman killed her husband in
a satanic rite; and a California woman tracks down the
man who raped her 7 years earlier, only to find out
that the statute of limitations on rape is 6 years.

8-10pm -- 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.

10-12am -- Paul McCartney in Red Square 
A&E in Concert A 2-hour world premiere special that
tells the story of the ex-Beatle's historic visit to
Russia on May 24, 2003. Marking the first time that
McCartney had set foot on Russian soil, this concert
and documentary also reveals the secret love affair
that existed between the Russian people and McCartney
during the Communist era. 


Tuesday, June 14, 2005

7-8pm -- AMERICAN JUSTICE® - The Trial of Louise
On February 4th, 1997 in the quiet Boston suburb of
Newton, Massachusetts, police received a frantic 911
call from an 18-year old babysitter that the child in
her care had stopped breathing. When the baby died
shortly thereafter, Louise was charged with murder,
despite strident claims of innocence. From the fateful
phone call to the shocking reversal of the verdict by
the judge, re-examine the headline case through
interviews with the maternal grandmother, the police,
the doctors who realized that the infant’s injuries
were old, and a juror. 

8-9pm -- COLD CASE FILES® - The Missing Hunters/The
Flashlight Rapist.
Police suspect brothers J.R. and Coco Duvall beat two
Michigan hunters to death, chopped up the bodies, and
fed them to pigs; and a serial rapist, who holds a
mini-flashlight in his mouth to blind victims, is
nabbed when he drops it during an attack and police
develop a DNA profile from his saliva. 

9-9:30pm -- Dog the Bounty Hunter - Baby's Back in
Dog tries to nab a fugitive named Wayne by tricking
him. Dog calls Wayne to tell him that he's won a new
vacuum cleaner and he should stick around to get it.
Dog then sends his daughter, Lyssa, to "deliver" the
vacuum cleaner and lure Wayne out of his house. But
when Lyssa arrives, Wayne is gone, and with the sun
setting, the chances of nabbing the fugitive suddenly
don't look very good.

9:30-10pm -- Dog the Bounty Hunter - Surprise!
Dog and his team are out to revoke bail on Eugene, a
chronic heroin addict. They find him in a squalid
apartment with a huge stockpile of syringes, and they
can see that his physical condition is deteriorating.
Beth tells Eugene about her first husband, whose life
was ruined by heroin, and pleads with Eugene to go to

10-11pm -- Knievel's Wild Ride - Kaptain Undependable.
It's the last jump of the season and things are
boiling over. Robbie's jumping in Tucson over a bunch
of RV's, but the town is home to a known Knievel
saboteur and Master Gates has to beef up security.
Meanwhile, Robbie skips out on a radio show and the
radio guys bad-mouth him. And when Robbie is late for
a big promotional Harley ride, hundreds of Harley
riders leave without him seeing him. The event
coordinator dubs Robbie "Kaptain Undependable."


Wednesday, June 15, 2005

7-8pm -- AMERICAN JUSTICE® - The Killer Within.
Bill Kurtis probes the bizarre murder case of Tom
Bonney, who shot his 19-year-old daughter 27 times in
1987. Claiming that he suffers from multiple
personalities disorder, Bonney says that one of his
"other" personalities committed the killing.

8-9pm -- AMERICAN JUSTICE® - A Confession in Question.
A look at the case of Marty Tankleff, who gave police
a partial confession to the murder of his parents,
recanted it, but was convicted anyway. Tankleff's
attorneys say they've found new evidence that could
exonerate him, and now Tankleff is awaiting a judge's
ruling that could lead to a new trial.

9-10pm -- Angel of Death: Killer Nurse - 
Charles Cullen is a nurse who says he killed as many
as 40 of his patients. In this compelling hour, we
look at the case through the eyes of his victims'
relatives and friends and a person who claims to have
survived one of Cullen's attacks. Plus, expert
psychologists and criminologists help us understand
the phenomenon of doctors and nurses who take it upon
themselves to play God.

10-10:30pm -- AIRLINE - Down to the Wire.
Passenger Scott Johnson has a nerve-wracking time
waiting to see if his elderly mother, who needed to
take a bathroom break, will make it to the plane on
time; a family may miss their flight because they left
their tickets on the bus; and police dogs are called
in when a bag is left on the sidewalk and there's no
sign of the owner. In Chicago, Mauro has to deal with
a family moving to Los Angeles. They've arrived at the
airport with 18 boxes, and only 20 minutes to check in
and catch the flight!

10:30-11pm -- AIRLINE - High and Mighty. 
"America's Strongest Man"--Phil Pfister--who's flying
to the Battle of Muscle Beach in Venice, California,
tries to persuade gate agents to give him a seat with
extra legroom. In Los Angeles, Mike Carr is having a
bad day in baggage. He's got a crate full of giant
clams to deal with, plus a mysterious bottle of
alcohol. And in Baltimore, Chris Marr must deal with a
passenger who refuses to accept that his mixture of
painkillers and alcohol might have made him unable to fly

Thursday, June 16, 2005

7-8pm -- AMERICAN JUSTICE® - Attack at Waco.
The story of the tragic assault on the Branch Davidian
compound in Texas and the subsequent efforts to
determine the facts and assign blame. Shows how
federal authorities misread cult leader David Koresh
and bungled the operation intended to save the lives
of the many children inside the compound.

8-10pm -- COLD CASE FILES® - License to Kill/The
Tell-Tale Mark/The Supermarket Mystery & "Soft"
A quarter of a century after the murders of two
nurses, Canadian police suspect that a former Toronto
cop committed the crimes. A blow to the head of a
garbage collector in San Jose leaves strange markings,
and decades later a detective, with help from forensic
science, matches the markings to the etchings of a
vintage bar sign. And, California police hope that DNA
will help them track down the man who stabbed and
killed a woman as she sat in her parked car in front
of a supermarket in 1985. Then, police run down more
than 11,000 leads before coming up with a suspect in
the murders of three Virginia girls; and the abduction
and strangulation of a California woman continues to
baffle investigators more than 11 years after the
crime. (2-hour version.)

10-11pm -- The First 48 - At Close Range/Murder in
Motor City.
When Phoenix homicide Detective Tom Kulesa realizes a
potential witness to a double murder has gone missing,
he must race against time to stop another vicious
killing; and in Detroit, Sergeant Jo Ann Kinney must
turn to forensics to solve the murder of a man found
dead in a brand new Cadillac Escalade.


Friday, June 17, 2005

7-8pm -- AMERICAN JUSTICE® - Fall from Grace.
The stories of celebrities who were ruined by scandal.
Includes Marv Albert, the sportscaster caught in a sex
scandal; Mel Reynolds, a Congressman convicted of
child pornography; and former Miss America Bess
Meyerson, who was involved in a bribery case.

8-9pm -- BIOGRAPHY® - Shania Twain.
A profile of the popular singer/songwriter who rocked
the world of country music with her drop-dead looks,
sultry voice and spirited lyrics, as she's bravely
bridged the gap between country and pop. Exclusive
interviews include Shania herself, Elton John, Dolly
Parton, singer/songwriter Mark McGrath, Billy
Currington and country music historian Bob Oermann.

9-10pm -- BIOGRAPHY® - Sandra Bullock.
The career of the A-list actress who's made it to the
top with a rare combination of down-to-earth charm,
unassuming beauty, and a disdain for living in
Hollywood. The daughter of a vocal coach and an opera
singer, Bullock soared to stardom in Speed, and after
a few box office bombs scored again with Miss
Congeniality. Bullock has moved to Texas to avoid the
Hollywood media glare, but the savvy, family-oriented
Bullock is still one of the most powerful players in

10-11pm -- BIOGRAPHY® - Heather Locklear.
A look at the life of the beauty who won stardom on
Dynasty by playing Sammy Jo Carrington, the character
everyone loved to hate. Locklear had a happy
childhood, became a top model before breaking into TV,
stumbled when she tried to make the switch to movies,
and had a rocky marriage with rock star Tommy Lee
before settling down with Bon Jovi guitarist Richie


Saturday, June 18, 2005

7-8pm -- CITY CONFIDENTIAL® - Ozark: Deadly Medicine.
Wedged between the beautiful Ozark Mountains and the
north bank of the mighty Arkansas River, the town of
Ozark is surrounded by natural beauty. Folks in Ozark
are honest, hardworking, and above all, peaceful. But
in 1992, tiny Ozark was rocked by one of the most
bizarre crimes in the state's notorious history. One
Arkansas' wealthiest doctors finds trouble when she
meets a ruthless con man who convinces her to give him
more than a million dollars--before taking her life.
Narrated by Paul Winfield.

8-9pm -- CITY CONFIDENTIAL® - West Columbia, TX:
Killing Cousins.
A wealthy Texas town is rocked when one of its most
respected citizens is murdered and members of his own
family become suspects.

9-11pm -- COLD CASE FILES® - The Green River Killer &
Hitchhike to Murder/Never Forgotten.
The story of the nearly 20-year hunt for the man
responsible for the murders of 49 prostitutes and
other women in the Seattle, Washington area. With full
access to the detectives on the Green River Task
Force, family members of victims, and the forensic DNA
analysts who helped break the case, we reveal how the
murderer, who may be the deadliest serial killer in
American history, was finally collared. Then, police
must wait nearly 30 years before advances in DNA
technology give them the chance to convict the killer
of a young hitchhiker, and Philadelphia police wage a
16-year hunt for the man who raped and killed a
10-year-old girl. (2-hour version.)


Sunday, June 19, 2005

7-8pm -- Crossing Jordan - All the News Fit to Print.
A reporter is beaten and shot to death while covering
the story of a young prostitute. And Macy tries to
save the life of a hit-and-run victim, only to become
the target of a wrongful death suit when the man dies
in the emergency room. Stars Jill Hennessy, Jennifer
Finnigan, Jerry O'Connell, Ravi Kapoor, and Miguel
Ferrer, with guest star Christopher Goodman.

8-9pm -- Why Michael Jackson Won - 
Bill Kurtis hosts this A&E special report that looks
at the verdict in the explosive trial and what was
behind it. Includes interviews with jurors, who
describe how they reached their decisions and what
they thought of Jackson; interviews with members of
the prosecution and defense teams; an analysis of what
prosecutors and defenders did right and did wrong and
the turning points in the case; and commentary from
legal experts.

9-9:30pm -- Family Plots - Live Long and Prosper.
Funeral director and "Trekkie" David tries to teach
Chuck the Vulcan salute "Live long and prosper." As
Chuck spreads the word, the gang learns the real
meaning of the motto as they rush to prepare a 97 year
old great-great-grandmother for the family viewing,
where her husband of 80 years will see her for the
last time. 

9:30-10pm -- Family Plots - Behind Closed Doors.
Tensions rise in the mortuary as Rick gives his
fiancée, Melissa, an ultimatum--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 answer.

10-11pm -- Intervention - Sara (#5).
At 24, Sara had everything she ever wanted in her
sleepy Minnesota town. She had a fairy-tale wedding in
Hawaii, a beautiful baby girl, a house, three cars,
and even competed in beauty pageants. Then, it all
abruptly ended in divorce. Not knowing how else to
cope Sara turned to Crystal Meth, and now uses every
day, all day if she can. A self-labeled "junkie," Sara
has lost everything, including custody of her
daughter. She currently lives with her parents and
exists in an endless cycle of drugs, stealing, lying,
drug testing, and court appearances. Her family says
the only hope for Sara is an Intervention.


Monday, June 20, 2005

7-8pm -- COLD CASE FILES® - Reconstructing Murder/Fire
In Wisconsin, advances in forensic clay modeling help
investigators identify a murder victim whose skin was
stripped from her head, neck, and legs. And in
California, police track down two boys who enjoy
satanic rituals and setting fires.

8-8:30pm -- AIRLINE - Risky Business.
When poker champion Robert goes to Las Vegas to try
for a $1-milion prize, he finds that some of his
competitors are on the flight too. At BWI, passenger
Helen is distraught because she's missed her flight
and won't make it to an important business meeting.
It's so important that Helen fears she might lose her
job and have to pull her daughter out of college. And
in Houston, a family heads to Disney World with their
daughter, Beatrice. It's Beatrice's first trip and
probably her last since she has a terminal illness.

8:30-9pm -- AIRLINE - A Hard Day's Flight.
There's Beatlemania in Houston when a Fab Four tribute
band can't get on their flight to Harlingen. If they
can't make it, 1,500 fans are going to be
disappointed. And at Venice Beach, the annual grilled
cheese eating competition is about to begin, and
passenger Don is the favorite. Don is to eating what
Tiger Woods is to golf, and he's already the butter
and baked beans champ, but he's going to face a
challenge from slender Sonya.

9-9:30pm -- GROWING UP GOTTI - Rap Sheet.
The Gotti clan welcomes a new Gotti to the house: the
rapper Gotti. He's very excited to spend time with the
guys and find out what being a Gotti really means, and
he wants the guys to do a "gangster" rap on his new
mix tape. Things don't go quite as expected,
especially when Gotti has a running feud with John,
and Victoria has a decidedly mixed reaction to the rap

9:30-10pm -- GROWING UP GOTTI - The Secret Admirer.
Victoria has a secret admirer who sends flowers and
chocolates, and Robert is intrigued. He tracks down
the admirer, a lounge singer named Gianni Russo.
Robert is impressed enough that he takes Victoria out
to a restaurant where Gianni is singing. Victoria is
charmed by Gianni, but surprised and dismayed to
discover that he's the secret admirer. Meanwhile,
Luigi tries to rid the Gotti property of raccoons.

10-10:30pm -- GROWING UP GOTTI - Birthday Party
Victoria's birthday has arrived, and John, Carmine and
Frankie plan a belated surprise party. The boys feud
with Victoria's publicist about whether or not Luigi
will jump out of a cake. Meanwhile, Victoria hires a
new assistant, Jay, who quickly proves incompetent;
and Victoria's friend Robert comes to stay and
immediately begins feuding with Luigi.

10:30-11pm -- GROWING UP GOTTI - No Help at All.
Victoria's assistant Jay drives her crazy with his
general incompetence, insolence, and laziness.
Victoria's houseguest Robert helpfully points out all
the ways in which Jay makes her life miserable, and
finally Victoria fires Jay and hires Robert to help
her. At the same time, Luigi's chain-smoking gets out
of control, and Victoria bets him $1000 that he can't
quit smoking for a week. Meanwhile, Carmine gets
ripped off buying an expensive fur coat.


Tuesday, June 21, 2005

7-8pm -- AMERICAN JUSTICE® - What Happened to Carrie
A look at the strange case of Carrie Culberson, a
former cheerleader who vanished in 1996 from
Blanchester, Ohio. Her boyfriend, Vincent Doan, was
convicted of murdering her, and his father and police
chief were accused of covering up the crime. The town
remains divided as the Culberson and Doan families
continue to search for the truth - and for Carrie.

8-9pm -- COLD CASE FILES® - Cowboys on the Case/Office
Four retired law enforcement officers, known as the
Cold Case Cowboys, help track down the killer of a man
wanted for rape and robbery; and police must wait for
advancements in DNA technology before they can put
away a man who harassed and killed a coworker.

9-9:30pm -- Dog the Bounty Hunter - Lost in Paradise.
Dog lectures high school students about the dangers of
drugs before going after Joseph, a dangerous fugitive
who won't be easy to capture. Dog gets special help
from a UPS driver, but has to reject the assistance of
another potential ally--4-year-old Garry, who wants to
go after Joseph, but is dragged back to the house
kicking and screaming.

9:30-10pm -- Dog the Bounty Hunter - Father and Son. 
In Hawaii, Dog sets off from Honolulu to Kona to help
his son Leland with some of his fugitives. First, a
stop at Leland's boxing gym to warm up for their day
of hunting with a quick sparring session and some
father-and-son time together. 

10-11pm -- Knievel's Wild Ride - Meet Team Knievel.
Robbie finds out that his dad, Evel, is appearing at a
Harley dealership, but when he shows up to spend some
time with him, Evel tells him to stay away. Meanwhile,
Robbie's personal security guard, Brian "Master"
Gates, apprehends an ax murderer in Pennsylvania. Then
the team converges at the Nooksack casino for Robbie's
small town jump. Robbie's going to jump over slot
machines, and the townspeople say the event is "the
biggest thing to happen here since the school was


Wednesday, June 22, 2005

7-8pm -- AMERICAN JUSTICE® - Cops on Trial.
In-depth look at police on trial for corruption and
brutality. Examines how police are treated as
defendants and the types of sentences they face; and
reveals research results that show that police and the
general public are held to different standards of

8-9pm -- Inside the World of Park Dietz - 
Andrea Yates drowned her five children, John Hinckley
shot President Reagan, and Jeffrey Dahmer murdered and
dismembered his lovers. Most people would say they
were insane, but not forensic psychiatrist Dr. Park
Dietz. This hour explores Dietz's legendary courtroom
career and the defendants like Yates, Hinckley, and
Dahmer who have told him their darkest secrets.

9-10pm -- Why Michael Jackson Won - 
Bill Kurtis hosts this A&E special report that looks
at the verdict in the explosive trial and what was
behind it. Includes interviews with jurors, who
describe how they reached their decisions and what
they thought of Jackson; interviews with members of
the prosecution and defense teams; an analysis of what
prosecutors and defenders did right and did wrong and
the turning points in the case; and commentary from
legal experts.

10-10:30pm -- AIRLINE - Lost in Translation.
Yolanda tries to help a woman who can't speak English,
but has a piece of paper with a phone number on it.
When the call goes unanswered, Yolanda is left with a
serious problem. Meanwhile, Denise must explain to a
man who also does not speak English that he was taken
off his flight because the crew complained about his
hygiene. And Nicholas deals with a passenger who
claims to be a transsexual and wants to be rebooked on
TWA or Eastern--two airlines that don't exist anymore.

10:30-11pm -- AIRLINE - All Shapes and Sizes.
In Chicago, Colleen has to decide whether to allow a
pair of tiny turtles on board. Southwest does not
normally allow pets on board, but Colleen has some
sympathy for the little reptiles, and leaves the final
decision to the Captain. At Baltimore, Tiffany Wise is
on her way to California, but she's been told her size
requires her to purchase another seat. She's not
remotely happy about this, and she tells the airline
in no uncertain terms ... At LAX, Yolanda's got a
crick in her neck from having to get a 6'10" 15
year-old boy on board. He's got to have an exit row
seat, but is he too young for the responsibility that
comes with it? And, across the terminal, Liz has her
hands full with a passenger who's on stand-by to
Vegas. He simply can’t believe that the airline only
uses "small" planes to fly to the entertainment
Capital of the World when jumbos would be more
appropriate ...


Thursday, June 23, 2005

7-8pm -- AMERICAN JUSTICE® - Hired Guns.
A look at the murder-for-hire business. This
disturbing episode probes cases of people hiring hit
men to perform contract murders. Includes the case of
a corrupt businessman who had his partner murdered and
a millionaire who arranged to have his wife killed to
avoid splitting his fortune with her in divorce

8-10pm -- COLD CASE FILES® - Diary of a Serial
Arsonist/The Lost Clue & The Original Nightstalker.
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. Also, in the 1980s, a serial killer
prowled the posh streets of Orange County. Police were
unaware of the serial attacks until 1996, when DNA
revealed the killer's secret and they linked four
murders to a single DNA profile. Detectives uncovered
three more crimes attributed to the man dubbed "The
Original Night Stalker" before learning he had an
earlier career as a serial rapist! (2-hour version.)

10-11pm -- The First 48 - At Death's Door/Wrong Side
of the Tracks.
Miami homicide detective Mayree Morin and her team,
who find a man who's been shot assassination-style at
least a dozen times, must move fast to find the killer
before he slips away. And the murder of a celebrated
doctor's son leads veteran detective Evrens Ford and
his rookie partner Kevin Ruggiero down a shady path of
halfway houses and strip clubs. 


Friday, June 24, 2005

7-8pm -- AMERICAN JUSTICE® - Lying Eyes
On a hot July night in 1984, an intruder broke into
Jennifer Thompson's apartment and raped her at
knife-point. Two days later, she identified Ronald
Cotton, a black man with a former attempted rape
conviction, as the assailant. Examine the 11-year
legal odyssey that followed, including two convictions
based on faulty eye-witness testimony by Jennifer
Thompson. Steadfastly maintaining his innocence
throughout, Cotton reported that another inmate
boasted how Cotton was serving his time for the crime.
It was finally DNA sampling that proved beyond a doubt
that Cotton was innocent. Legal experts, scientists
and lawyers discuss how improved forensic testing has
helped ensure that only the guilty pay for their

8-10pm -- BIOGRAPHY® - The Brady Bunch.
This fun-filled look back at the classic TV sitcom
includes some of its funniest moments, commentary from
pop culture critics and fashion experts who talk about
the show's impact on society, behind-the-scenes
footage shot by the cast members themselves, and even
a visit to a real-life Brady family. Also features
interviews with the show's creators and stars Florence
Henderson, Barry Willilams, Christopher Knight, Mike
Lookinland, Susan Olsen, and Robbie Rist.

10-11pm -- BIOGRAPHY® - Ottis Toole.
The story of the man suspected of killing 6-year-old
Adam Walsh, the son of John Walsh, who became a
nationally famous crusader against crime after his
son's death. Ottis Toole confessed to killing the boy,
then recanted and was never charged. Walsh says that
the Hollywood, Florida police department made mistakes
that could have proved Toole was the killer.


Saturday, June 25, 2005

7-8pm -- CITY CONFIDENTIAL® - Knoxville, TN: Phantom
In the 1990s, the financial and social hub of
Appalachia was a mix of intellectuals, college
football stars, and good ol' boys with a hankerin' for
big city livin'. But the good times ended for one man
when a love triangle involving his wife and the church
organist almost led to murder and a comedy of errors. 

8-10:30pm -- Escape from Alcatraz - 
Movie. The story of Frank Morris, the only man ever to
escape from Alcatraz, the notorious Federal
maximum-security prison built on an island off San
Francisco's coast and surrounded by shark-infested
waters. Clint Eastwood plays Morris, who plots his
escape with incredible patience and ingenuity under
the watchful eyes of the haughty warden, played by
Patrick McGoohan. Fred Ward and Jack Thibeau co-star
as two of Clint's best pals in the slammer. (1979)

10:30-11pm -- Dog the Bounty Hunter - Mother's Day.
Dog visits his mother's grave for inspiration before
heading out to find Frankie, a violent fugitive hiding
in the jungle. The spirit of Ma Chapman seems to help
when Dog finds an unusual ally - Frankie's mother, who
believes that helping Dog bring her son in is the best
thing she can do for him.


Sunday, June 26, 2005

7-8pm -- Crossing Jordan - Revealed.
Nigel tries to convince Woody that a vampire killed a
science fiction writer who was found dead and drained
of all blood. And Jordan probes the death of a man
found with a camera that may hold photographic clues
to his murder. Stars Jill Hennessy, Steve Valentine,
and Jerry O'Connell, with guest star John D'Aquino.

8-9pm -- The First 48 - Fallen/Texas Burning.
In Miami, a young man's body is found next to a
high-rise, a victim of an apparent suicide. But the
investigation takes a twist when Sgt. Joe Schillaci
discovers signs of a struggle on the victim's body.
The man was seen with a mysterious woman only hours
before his death--but the woman has disappeared. Is
she the killer--or yet another victim? Detectives in
Dallas find two burned up bodies in opposite sides of
town on the same night. The investigation leads to a
motel where they find a bloody room and the possible
murder scene. Were the two victims killed by the same

9-9:30pm -- Family Plots - #34.
Days of constant rain, and a break for the Grim
Reaper, leave business dead at the mortuary. With too
much time on their hands, tensions rise, and trouble
comes to a head when absent minded Chuck is given a
cell phone. Meanwhile Funeral Director Matt discovers
that things can change at a moments notice, when he
helps a son with the sudden passing of his father.

9:30-10pm -- Family Plots - Looking for Love...Again!
Finding a date for Chuck gets harder and harder for
the Wissmiller sisters as they continue their Internet
matchmaking efforts for their dad. While Emily lines
up a potential date, Shonna does some dating research
herself--when she discovers a distinctive article of
clothing during an embalming. As the day ends, Chuck
nervously prepares for a date, hoping that this time
love will bloom and not wither on the vine.

10-11pm -- Intervention - Rachel and Tommy Update
Rachel, now 26, grew up a beautiful child in idyllic
upper-middle class Maryland. But her body is withering
away and she hasn't been home in years. Rachel is
addicted to heroin and lives on the streets, making
money as a prostitute. Her family and friends know she
has already hit bottom and is nearing death. An
intervention is their only hope for Rachel. Tommy is a
38-year-old executive from Texas. He began using
cocaine heavily a little over a year and half ago.
Since that time Tommy quit his job, sold his Lexus,
his retirement plan and his million-dollar condo to
sustain his cocaine habit. Most of his furniture and
other possessions have been sold for cocaine. Tommy is
homeless. He is riding around on a bicycle. He sleeps
on the roof of his friends’ condos or on park benches.
He hides from his friends and family because he is so
ashamed at what his life has become. The people who
love and care for him are desperate for him to get
help, an intervention is their last hope.


Monday, June 27, 2005

7-8pm -- COLD CASE FILES® - The Missing
Informant/Man's Best Friend.
Police solve a murder when divers find a skeleton in a
car at the bottom of a river, and a dead dog's DNA
helps crack open a 6-year-old case.

8-10pm -- Star Wars: Empire of Dreams - 
A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away, George
Lucas launched the most successful movie franchise
ever created. We look at how the Star Wars trilogy
changed movie-making, catapulted Harrison Ford to
stardom, and made director George Lucas a legend. For
Lucas, what began as a quest for creative freedom
became a philosophy, a cultural phenomenon, and an
empire of dreams. Features film clips, screen tests,
and interviews with Lucas, Ford, Steven Spielberg,
Mark Hamill, and Carrie Fisher. 

10-10:30pm -- AIRLINE - Mind over Matter.
It's mind over matter as passengers' patience, and
health, are put to the test. Jewelie is flying from
LAX to Oakland on a connecting flight. But the flight
has left without her, even though she was yards away
from the gate. At another gate, 79 year-old Betty is
also trying to get to Oakland. But she might need
oxygen and Southwest does not permit it on the flight.
At Chicago, 108 year-old Ruby is taking a flight
accompanied by her daughter; she is Southwest's oldest
passenger, and is the oldest African-American mother
on the planet. Christa is on her way to Orlando with
her daughter Camile, but Denise has spotted a problem
with the tickets, and might have to pull them off the
flight. And at Houston, Bret Wilk has been up since
the early hours, and was so tired, he fell asleep
while his flight to Austin was boarding.

10:30-11pm -- AIRLINE - Mardi Gras.
At Houston Hobby, passenger Roy is going to the Mardi
Gras where he and a friend are in the costume
competition. They'll be the Lovebugs and they're
hoping to beat their arch rival, who's going as the
caterpillar from "Alice in Wonderland." And at BWI,
participants in the Hogs and Pirates gathering are
heading to Tampa. It's Florida's version of Mardi
Gras, and the airport is filled with a few fake
parrots and some pig's noses.


Tuesday, June 28, 2005

7-8pm -- AMERICAN JUSTICE® - The Green Beret Murder
Among the fundamental tenets of constitutional law are
the right not to be tried twice for the same crime and
the principle that all people are innocent until
proven guilty. The case of Dr. Jeffrey MacDonald
suggested otherwise. In 1970, MacDonald's wife and two
children were murdered at their home in Fort Bragg,
North Carolina. Though MacDonald suffered serious
injuries, including a punctured lung and testified
that he saw people standing above him as he lay on his
couch, the Army brough criminal charges against him.
After a lengthy hearing, the case against MacDonald
was dismissed, and he earned an honorable discharge.
The Army never stopped pursuing the case, however, and
in 1974 MacDonald was convicted for the same crime by
the Grand Jury. Extensive interviews with MacDonald
and with military and civilian prosecutors and defense
lawyers examine whether MacDonald was subjected to a
modern-day witch-hunt.

8-9pm -- COLD CASE FILES® - Mommy's Rules.
A mother is suspected in the murders of two of her
daughters, when her third daughter finally convinces
police to reopen two cold cases.

9-9:30pm -- Dog the Bounty Hunter - No Ice in
Dog and his team fight the war on ice - crystal
methamphetamine - on many fronts. They appear on a
special anti-drug float in a parade. Then they go
after bail-jumping Pana, a convicted drug dealer with
a reputation for being a member of the deadly
California gang, the Bloods. They get help from a
woman who has a score to settle with the fugitive, and
she offers to help Dog lay a trap for Pana and spring
it at midnight in Chinatown.

9:30-10pm -- Dog the Bounty Hunter - Fathers in Law.
Hunting down a fugitive known as "Bozo," Dog gets help
from an unexpected source - Bozo's father-in-law. When
they find Bozo, he protests his wife-beating charge,
saying he never hit her with his fist, only his open
hand. That's not good enough for Dog, who hauls him
away to the police station with little sympathy.

10-11pm -- Knievel's Wild Ride - The Kaptain Goes
The Knievel crew nearly wears out their welcome in New
Mexico by partying way too loud into the night. But
come jump day, the highway spills over with people and
drivers trying to make their way to the event.
Robbie's going to try to leap over 17 Kenworth trucks
at the Sky City truck stop casino, but it's going to
be a dangerous jump because Robbie's bike is banged


Wednesday, June 29, 2005

7-8pm -- AMERICAN JUSTICE® - Death in a Small Town.
One strange day in a quintessential small southern
town, Alvin Ridley reported the death of his wife in
the early hours of the morning--a wife nobody in
Ringgold, Georgia, knew that he had! With a reputation
for paranoid and reclusive behavior, Ridley lived with
his wife Virginia in a dilapidated house on the edge
of town for 30 years without anyone knowing she
existed. Did she die suddenly in her sleep as a result
of an epileptic attack, or had she been suffocated by
a pillow?

8-11pm -- Superman: The Movie - 
Movie. Christopher Reeve plays the Man of Steel in the
role that made him a star. After escaping Krypton just
before it's destroyed, Superman lands on Earth,
assumes the identity of mild-mannered reporter Clark
Kent, makes eyes at Lois Lane, and battles evil genius
Lex Luthor. Super cast includes Marlon Brando, Gene
Hackman, and Margot Kidder. Directed by Richard
Donner. (1978)


Thursday, June 30, 2005

8-9am -- BIOGRAPHY® - The Wonder Years.
The story of how producers Carol Black and Neal
Marlens brought innocence back to television with a
heartfelt coming-of-age series about an average
11-year-old boy growing up in the tumultuous late
1960s. Includes interviews with the principal cast
members and updates on their lives after The Wonder
Repeated in 6 hours

9-10am -- BIOGRAPHY® - Home Improvement.
The behind-the-scenes story of the creation and
evolution of the hilarious sitcom that took a fresh
look at family relationships. Features clips from the
series and exclusive interviews with stars Tim Allen,
Patricia Richardson, Richard Karn, Zachery Ty Bryan,
and Taran Noah Smith.
Repeated in 6 hours

10-11am -- BIOGRAPHY® - Cheers.
The story of the sitcom that was a ratings disaster
when it debuted, but went on to become one of the most
successful series in TV history. Ted Danson, Shelley
Long, and Bebe Neuwirth reminisce about their
unforgettable roles, and series creators James
Burrows, Les Charles, and Glen Charles talk about the
bar "where everybody knows your name."
Repeated in 6 hours

7-8pm -- AMERICAN JUSTICE® - A Questionable Doctor.
A look at how the justice system handled the unique
case of Dr. L. Stan Naramore, who was convicted of
attempting to murder a 78-year-old terminally ill
woman and of killing an 81-year-old farmer. But "tough
Irish" defense attorney Kurt Kerns, who "bawled like a
baby" and threw up when Naramore was convicted, later
persuaded the Kansas Board of Appeals to issue a
highly unusual ruling. Includes interviews with
Naramore and Kerns.

8-10pm -- COLD CASE FILES® - A Sealed Fate/Deadly
Divorce & #91.
A murderer's saliva, found on envelopes that he
sealed, helps seal his doom 37 years after his first
killing. And Colorado police crack a cold case 24
years later when they take a DNA sample from the
victim's son that proves that his father murdered his
mother. Then, a premiere segment (#91.) (2-hour

10-11pm -- The First 48 - Downstream Drifter/Murder in
Room 162.
In San Antonio, TX, Det. Tim Angell and his partners
find a nameless man beaten to death floating in a
creek; they must race to identify the victim and find
anyone who may have known him. And in Phoenix, Det.
Mike Polk and his team painstakingly reconstruct the
final hours of a man found dead hogtied in a hotel
room; the case takes a dramatic turn when they learn
the killers may have been captured by the hotel's
surveillance cameras. 


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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, seen Saturdays in early 2004

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

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