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Richard Burton ‘s Doctor Faustus , Monty Python and the Holy Grail , and The Monkees ‘ Head made their network television debut on this series, as did such lower-budget schlock horror films as The Giant Spider Invasion and Night of the Lepus , the latter of which featured giant rabbits on the loose, becoming a source of embarrassment for one of its stars, Star Trek actor De Forest Kelley , who refused to discuss the film later in interviews.
However, these episodes were sometimes cut to fit into the minute program frame excluding time for commercials and public service announcements , especially on nights that they were paired up with another minute drama.
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I believe if you work in the business of news and entertainment, using your voice to help charitable causes is the most rewarding thing you can do and I love working with so many of them in metro Detroit.
Angels of Hope, Gleaners, Michigan Urban Farming, Capuchin Soup kitchen, The Detroit Children's center and the Zetterberg foundation are just a few.
I currently pull double duty now running down the hall at FOX 2 to also host Jay Towers in the Morning from the new WNIC – FOX 2 radio studio.
The newspaper was established in 1873 by James Edmund Scripps, who apparently first became interested in radio in 1902 after listening to a Detroit experimental wireless operator named Thomas E. Scripps, was by 1918, at the age of 13, a devoted ham radio hobbyist. It was largely in the Detroit News plant that young Bill did his radio experimenting and it may have been in deference to the boss's son (J. Scripps died in 1906), that the newspaper started a radio page which later led to the formation of the newspaper's station.
[Source: Broadcasting Magazine, 1970] : WEAA (later WFDF) Flint is licensed.
The Scripps family founded the Detroit station 8MK, later WWJ, which claims that on Aug.
20, 1920 it 'became the first radio station in the world to broadcast regularly scheduled programs.' According to this claim the first broadcast began at p.m.