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10:00 A.M. – “Let’s Pretend” sponsored by Cream of Wheat (“. . . is so good to eat, you should have some every day . . .”)
6:00 P.M. – “Kids Quizaroo” quiz program for children
8:45 A. M. – Smiling Ed McConnell sponsored by Buster Brown shoes, with Froggie the Gremlin (“Plunk your magic twanger, Froggie!”), Midnight the Cat and Squeaky the Mouse (Arf! Arf! “That’s my dog Tige, he lives in a shoe. My name’s Buster Brown, look for me in there too!”)
9:30 A. M. – Call to Youth ??
3:00 P. M. – Uncle Frank’s Children’s Matinee – special program for youngsters
I see Johnny Forrest is doing news on KIRO at 4:15 Friday afternoon and 7:00 Saturday morning and on KOL at 9:00 Saturday morning.
November 13, 2016 2:50 pm at
I’m surprised there’s absolutely no network or local programming on Saturdays for either children or teens. I would have thought pre-television that either Saturday mornings or afternoons would have had a few shows not targeted to adults.
Saturday 7am KVI: “Peter The Singing Cowhand” sounds like a live remote from an area dairy farm! 🙂 Does anyone know anything about this performer? It appears to be a local program as opposed to network offering. I’m also shocked to see “Cowboy Songs” Saturdays 1pm on KXA of all stations. I guess they beat Andy Skotdal to the punch as the first KXA to air country 🙂
November 15, 2016 10:28 pm at
I guess KXA ran a dayparted or multi-format programming schedule for a period. Many stations, like KBLE FM ran German or Scandinavian music programming as well. It served those local communities.