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7:00AM ET
Through the Decades - January 16 "On January 16, Through the Decades turns back the lens of time on the day in history Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated with a special episode dedicated to the sacrifices, the achievements and the legacy of the man who would be forever known as a champion for Civil Rights."
8:00AM ET
DECADES Feature - Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.: A Historical Perspective "Using rare and largely unseen film footage and photographs, this film -endorsed by the King Foundation- explores how Dr. King’s ideas, beliefs and methods evolved in the face of the rapidly changing climate of the Civil Rights Movement. To study Dr. King’s compelling and magnificent life is to understand that social change and enlightenment are brought about only by the overwhelming force of the human spirit."
9:30AM ET
DECADES Movie - King, Man of Peace in a Time of War "This remarkable special sheds new light on Martin Luther King Jr. through exclusive interviews with notables such as the Reverend Jesse Jackson, Colin Powell, Quincy Jones, and the controversial Malcolm X. Plus, enjoy a 1967 appearance by Dr. King himself on the "Mike Douglas Show", unseen in 40 years."
10:30AM ET
The Greats - Civil Rights Activists "In this episode of The Greats, we remember influential Civil Rights Activists for their service. They are: Martin Luther King Jr., Paul Robeson, Muhammad Ali, and Nelson Mandela."
11:00AM ET
Power Players - Civil Rights Activists "In this episode of Power Players, we recognize those who have made strides in Civil Rights. They are: Barack Obama, Condoleezza Rice, Oprah Winfrey, The Kennedy's, and Alicia Keys."
11:30AM ET
Greatest Sports Legends - Arthur Ashe "Arthur Ashe was a World Number 1 professional tennis player who won three Grand Slam titles ranking him among the best tennis players from the United States. He was the first African American tennis player to win the men's singles at Wimbledon and the United States Open.. Ashe was also an active civil rights supporter and was prominent in the fight against apartheid in South Africa."
12:00PM ET
DECADES Movie - The Color of Change "While the face of racism was all too common in the early 1900s, none symbolized this social ill like the creation of the Negro Baseball Leagues. Oddly enough, this league formed the foundation of many elements found in modern baseball. This story is told through the eyes of former Negro League player and coach Buck O'Neil and hosted by the award-winning Bryan Burwell (known for his work on ESPN and HBO's Inside the NFL). Also features Hall-of Fame Shortstop Ozzie Smith, Jackie Joyner-Kersee and
1:00PM ET
Through the Decades - January 16 "On January 16, Through the Decades turns back the lens of time on the day in history Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated with a special episode dedicated to the sacrifices, the achievements and the legacy of the man who would be forever known as a champion for Civil Rights."
2:00PM ET
Barnaby Jones - Death Beat "Barnaby investigates a TV reporter who fakes stories just to get big ratings."
3:00PM ET
Barnaby Jones - The Mercenaries "J.R. is asked to find a man who hasn't been heard from since he became a mercenary."
4:00PM ET
Barnaby Jones - The Wife Beater "Barnaby investigates a vicious husband who beats his wife."
5:00PM ET
Ripley's Believe It or Not! - Episode #1029 "Popular host Dean Cain leads viewers through a world of amazing feats, facts and artifacts that stretch the limits of the imagination. The series includes mind-boggling live stunts, as well as reports from around the world."
5:30PM ET
Ripley's Believe It or Not! - Episode #1030 "Popular host Dean Cain leads viewers through a world of amazing feats, facts and artifacts that stretch the limits of the imagination. The series includes mind-boggling live stunts, as well as reports from around the world."
6:00PM ET
Rowan & Martin's Laugh In - Season 2, Episode 22 "Today’s sketches include the three monk runners, the bus stop malapropisms, the Ann Miller News, Jewish wrestling, the letters to Laugh-In, and the fickle finger of fate. Today features Robert Wagner, James Garner, and Tony Curtis."
7:00PM ET
Through the Decades - January 16 "On January 16, Through the Decades turns back the lens of time on the day in history Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated with a special episode dedicated to the sacrifices, the achievements and the legacy of the man who would be forever known as a champion for Civil Rights."
8:00PM ET
The Dick Cavett Show - Groucho Marx "Featured on "The Dick Cavett Show" is Groucho Marx, discussing growing up with the Marx brothers, his letters in the Library of Congress, and nudity on the Broadway stage."
9:00PM ET
Rowan & Martin's Laugh In - Season 2, Episode 23 "Today’s sketches include the vaudeville opening, the nudist camp, war's effect on lovemaking, the cops runners, news of the past, present, and future, the psychedelic news, the robot theater, the cocktail party, and the fickle finger of fate. Today features Flip Wilson, James Drury, Douglas Fairbanks Jr., and Doug McClure."
10:00PM ET
Through the Decades - January 16 "On January 16, Through the Decades turns back the lens of time on the day in history Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated with a special episode dedicated to the sacrifices, the achievements and the legacy of the man who would be forever known as a champion for Civil Rights."
11:00PM ET
Barnaby Jones - Yesterdays Terror "A woman with a shady past plots the murder of her blackmailer."
12:00AM ET
Barnaby Jones - The Damocles Gun "The victim of a hit-and-run disappears as the sole witness calls an ambulance."
1:00AM ET
Barnaby Jones - Gang War "A gang kidnaps J.R. and demands that he find out who killed the leader."
2:00AM ET
DECADES Feature - Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.: A Historical Perspective "Using rare and largely unseen film footage and photographs, this film -endorsed by the King Foundation- explores how Dr. King’s ideas, beliefs and methods evolved in the face of the rapidly changing climate of the Civil Rights Movement. To study Dr. King’s compelling and magnificent life is to understand that social change and enlightenment are brought about only by the overwhelming force of the human spirit."
3:30AM ET
DECADES Movie - King, Man of Peace in a Time of War "This remarkable special sheds new light on Martin Luther King Jr. through exclusive interviews with notables such as the Reverend Jesse Jackson, Colin Powell, Quincy Jones, and the controversial Malcolm X. Plus, enjoy a 1967 appearance by Dr. King himself on the "Mike Douglas Show", unseen in 40 years."
4:30AM ET
The Greats - Civil Rights Activists "In this episode of The Greats, we remember influential Civil Rights Activists for their service. They are: Martin Luther King Jr., Paul Robeson, Muhammad Ali, and Nelson Mandela."
5:00AM ET
Power Players - Civil Rights Activists "In this episode of Power Players, we recognize those who have made strides in Civil Rights. They are: Barack Obama, Condoleezza Rice, Oprah Winfrey, The Kennedy's, and Alicia Keys."
5:30AM ET
Greatest Sports Legends - Arthur Ashe "Arthur Ashe was a World Number 1 professional tennis player who won three Grand Slam titles ranking him among the best tennis players from the United States. He was the first African American tennis player to win the men's singles at Wimbledon and the United States Open.. Ashe was also an active civil rights supporter and was prominent in the fight against apartheid in South Africa."
6:00AM ET
DECADES Movie - The Color of Change "While the face of racism was all too common in the early 1900s, none symbolized this social ill like the creation of the Negro Baseball Leagues. Oddly enough, this league formed the foundation of many elements found in modern baseball. This story is told through the eyes of former Negro League player and coach Buck O'Neil and hosted by the award-winning Bryan Burwell (known for his work on ESPN and HBO's Inside the NFL). Also features Hall-of Fame Shortstop Ozzie Smith, Jackie Joyner-Kersee and
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