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THE PEABODY AWARDS
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Event Date: Monday 1 January 1940
Description: The Peabody Awards were originally only for radio, but in 1948, television awards were introduced. In the late 1990s additional categories for material distributed via the World Wide Web were added.
Summary: The George Foster Peabody Awards (Peabody Awards) recognize distinguished and meritorious public service by radio and television stations, networks, producing organizations and individuals. Since 1941, when the first Awards were presented for work completed in 1940, no more than 36 Awards have been presented in a single year.

1970
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Event Date: Thursday 1 January 1970
Description: What happened in the year 1970
Summary: What Happened in 1970. In 1970, the world was a different place. There was no Google yet. Or Yahoo. In 1970, the year of your birth, the top selling movie was Love Story. People buying the popcorn in the cinema lobby had glazing eyes when looking at the poster. Remember, that was before there were DVDs. Heck, even before there was VHS. People were indeed watching movies in the cinema, and not downloading them online. Imagine the packed seats, the laughter, the excitement, the novelty. And mostly all of that without 3D computer effects. Do you know who won the Oscars that year? The academy award for the best movie went to Patton. The Oscar for best foreign movie that year went to Investigation of a Citizen Above Suspicion. The top actor was George C. Scott for his role as Gen. George S. Patton Jr. in Patton. The top actress was Glenda Jackson for her role as Gudrun Brangwen in Women in Love. The best director? Franklin J. Schaffner for Patton. In the year 1970, the time when you arrived on this planet, books were still popularly read on paper, not on digital devices. Trees were felled to get the word out. The number one US bestseller of the time was Love Story by Erich Segal. Oh, that's many years ago. Have you read that book? Have you heard of it? Look at the cover! In 1970... The first episode of All My Children is broadcast on the ABC television network. Biafra capitulates, ending the Nigerian civil war. The Boeing 747, the world's first "jumbo jet", enters commercial service for launch customer Pan American Airways with its maiden voyage from John F Kennedy International Airport to London Heathrow Airport. Mick Jagger is fined 200 for possession of cannabis. The complete New English Bible is published. The Expo '70 World's Fair opens in Suita, Osaka, Japan. Citron introduces the SM at the Geneva Auto Salon. Teenagers in the United Kingdom vote for the first time, in a by-election in Bridgwater. Three Rivers Stadium in Pittsburgh opens. The 1970 FIFA World Cup is inaugurated in Mexico. An assassination attempt against King Hussein of Jordan precipitates the Black September crisis. The U.S. Foreign Office announces that renewal of arms sales to Pakistan. Democrats sweep the U.S. Congressional midterm elections; Ronald Reagan is reelected governor of California; Jimmy Carter is elected governor of Georgia. Paul McCartney sues in Great Britain to dissolve the Beatles' legal partnership. That was the world you were born into. Since then, you and others have changed it. The Nobel prize for Literature that year went to Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn. The Nobel Peace prize went to Norman E. Borlaug. The Nobel prize for physics went to Hannes Olof Gsta Alfvn from Sweden for fundamental work and discoveries in magneto-hydrodynamics with fruitful applications in different parts of plasma physics. The sensation this created was big. But it didn't stop the planets from spinning, on and on, year by year. Years in which you would grow bigger, older, smarter, and, if you were lucky, sometimes wiser. Years in which you also lost some things. Possessions got misplaced. Memories faded. Friends parted ways. The best friends, you tried to hold on. This is what counts in life, isn't it? The 1970s were indeed a special decade. Women's liberation continued. The hippie culture faded. There was an opposition to the Vietnam war, and nuclear weapons. The environmentalist movement began. Tom Wolfe coined the decade the "Me decade" due to a new self-awareness. Mao Zedong died and the market began to liberate in China. There was an oil crisis. After the first oil shock, gasoline was rationed in many countries. In Eastern Europe, Soviet-style command economies begin showing signs of stagnation. The Summer Olympics in Munich, Germany, witness the kidnapping and murder of Israeli athletes by Palestinian Arab terrorists. The Soviet Union invaded Afghanistan. The Who, Pink Floyd, The Eagles, Bee Gees, Abba and others play their music. Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin and Jim Morrison all die at the age of 27. The space mission Apollo 13 nearly ends in disaster. Egypt signed the Egyptian-Israeli peace treaty. There was a revolution in Iran. The world sees its first general microprocessor. The C programming language makes its debut. Consumer video games show up on the scene. Microwave ovens become commercially available. Margaret Thatcher was victorious in the UK elections. Do you know what was on the cover of Life that year? Do you remember the movie that was all the rage when you were 15? Rocky IV. Do you still remember the songs playing on the radio when you were 15? Maybe it was Everybody Wants to Rule the World by Tears for Fears. Were you in love? Who were you in love with, do you remember? In 1970, 15 years earlier, a long time ago, the year when you were born, the song I'll Be There by The Jackson 5 topped the US charts. Do you know the lyrics? Do you know the tune? Sing along. You and I must make a pact, we must bring salvation back Where there is love, I'll be there I'll reach out my hand to you, I'll have faith in all you do Just call my name and I'll be there ... There's a kid outside, shouting, playing. It doesn't care about time. It doesn't know about time. It shouts and it plays and thinks time is forever. You were once that kid. When you were 9, the movie The Fish That Saved Pittsburgh was playing. When you were 8, there was The Cat from Outer Space. When you were 7, there was a Disney movie out called The Rescuers. Does this ring a bell? 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1... it's 1970. There's TV noise coming from the second floor. Someone turned up the volume way too high. The sun is burning from above. These were different times. The show playing on TV is Josie and the Pussycats. The sun goes down. Someone switches channels. There's The Partridge Family on now. That's the world you were born in. Progress, year after year. Do you wonder where the world is heading towards? The technology available today would have blown your mind in 1970. Do you know what was invented in the year you were born? The Pocket Calculator. The Relational Database Management System. Cup Noodles. It's 2003 and where do you wanna be? In '42 or 1970? And maybe we should take a good lock around I don't get why the planet is so upset And don't do something you might regret I'm telling you it's starting to get in the way ... That's from the song Fun by Smash Mouth. In 1970, a new character entered the world of comic books: Aquarius. Bang! Boom! But that's just fiction, right? In the real world, in 1970, Beck was born. And Matt Damon. Uma Thurman, too. And you, of course. Everyone an individual. Everyone special. Everyone taking a different path through life. It's 2012. The world is a different place. What path have you taken?

THE SOUNDS OF SILENCE
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Event Date: Saturday 1 January 1966
Description: Topped the charts and stayed there for 2 weeks. (1966) USA
Summary: "The Sounds of Silence" by Simon & Garfunkel topped the charts and stayed there for 2 weeks. (1966)

THE LONDON TIMES
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Event Date: Saturday 1 January 1785
Description: The Times is a British daily national newspaper published in London since 1785.
Summary: The London Times is a British daily national newspaper published in London since 1785 - although it was originally known as The Daily Universal Register. The Times and its sister paper The Sunday Times are published by Times Newspapers Limited, a subsidiary of News International. News International is entirely owned by the News Corporation group, headed by Rupert Murdoch.

NUMBER 1 UK SINGLE 1966
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Event Date: Saturday 1 January 1966
Description: "The Ballad of Bonnie and Clyde"
Summary: "The Ballad of Bonnie and Clyde" Georgie Fame

THE BEATLES
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Event Date: Monday 1 January 1962
Description: The Beatles Decca audition
Summary: The Decca audition is the name given to the now-famous Beatles audition for Decca Records at their Decca Studios. Decca's decision to reject the group is considered one of the biggest mistakes in music history.

THE AMERICAN MUSIC UNION
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Event Date: Thursday 1 January 1942
Description: Record strike in 194 to 1948. The strike did not affect musicians performing on live radio shows, in concerts, or, after October 27, 1943
Summary: The American Federation of Musicians, at the instigation of union president James Petrillo, started a strike against the major American recording companies because of disagreements over royalty payments.

HANK WILLIAMS DIES
DIED
 
Event Date: Thursday 1 January 1953
Description: At around midnight on January 1, 1953, Williams died while asleep in the back seat of his car. he was unresponsive and his body was becoming rigid
Summary: His funeral took place on January 4 at the Montgomery Auditorium. During the ceremony, Ernest Tubb sang "Beyond the Sunset" followed by Roy Acuff with "I Saw the Light" and Red Foley with "Peace in the Valley."

AMERICAN SONGWRITERS ORGANIZATION
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Event Date: Thursday 1 January 1942
Summary: IMPOSE BAN OF ANY OF IT'S MUSIC PLAYED ON RADIO. 1942

MOON MULLICAN
DIED
 
Event Date: Sunday 1 January 1967
Description: He was a member of the Grand Ole Opry and found a national audience from its radio broadcasts.
Summary: An American country and western singer, songwriter, and pianist. However, he also sang and played jazz, rock 'n' roll and the blues. On New Year's Eve 1966, he suffered a heart attack in Beaumont, Texas, and died early in the morning on January 1, 1967.

FRANKIE LAINE SETS RECORD
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Event Date: Thursday 1 January 1953
Description: Frankie Laine sets the all-time United Kingdom record for weeks at Number One
Summary: Frankie Laine sets the all-time United Kingdom record for weeks at Number One in a given year on the UK Singles Chart, when his hit singles "Answer Me," "Hey Joe!" and "I Believe" held the top slot for 27 weeks: a little over half a year. "I Believe," which was Number One for 18 weeks also holds the all-time record for a single. Over 50 years later, both records still hold.

FIRST ELECTRIC GUITAR - 1931
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Event Date: Thursday 1 January 1931
Description: The first electrically amplified guitar was invented by George Beauchamp in 1931.
Summary: Electric guitar. Invented in 1931, the electric guitar became a necessity as jazz musicians sought to amplify their sound. The electric guitar has undeniably become one of the most important instruments in popular music around the world. It served as a major component in the development of rock and roll and countless other genres of music.

JOHNNY CASH - BANNED
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Event Date: Friday 1 January 1965
Description: Johnny Cash is banned from the Grand Ole Opry
Summary: Johnny Cash is banned from the Grand Ole Opry after an infamous concert where - in a drug-induced haze - he used a microphone to smash the floodlights. He also walked offstage in the middle of a song.

MITCH MILLER AND COLUMBIA RECORDS
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Event Date: Sunday 1 January 1950
Description: Mitch Miller signs as A&R man with Columbia Records.
Summary: Mitch Miller signs as A&R man with Columbia Records. Mitchell William "Mitch" Miller (July 4, 1911 July 31, 2010) was an American musician, singer, conductor, record producer, A&R man and record company executive.

THE BEATLES
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Event Date: Monday 1 January 1962
Description: The Decca audition is the name given to the now-famous Beatles audition for Decca Records
Summary: The Decca audition is the name given to the now-famous Beatles audition for Decca Records at their Decca Studios in West Hampstead, north London, England, before they reached international stardom. Decca's decision to reject the group is considered one of the biggest mistakes in music history.

CONVOY - GOES NO 1
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Event Date: Thursday 1 January 1976
Description: The CB radio craze was sweeping country music, as no less than three No. 1 songs are about citizens-band radios
Summary: C. W. McCall's "Convoy" about a band of truck drivers who fight back against redneck police officers spends four of its six weeks at No. 1 in January, and goes on to be Billboard's No. 1 country song of 1976.

HEE HAW
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Event Date: Wednesday 1 January 1992
Description: After 23 years of its tried-and-true formula, the producers of Hee Haw unveil an extensively revamped show
Summary: After 23 years of its tried-and-true formula, the producers of Hee Haw unveil an extensively revamped show in time for the start of its belated 24th season.That fall, viewers will be greeted with Hee Haw Silver - a collection of classic shows, with new introductions by longtime host Roy Clark; "Silver" will fill out the show's 25th (and final) season.

J EDGAR HOOVER
BORN
 
Event Date: Tuesday 1 January 1895
Description: F.B.I. - U.S.A.
Summary: Born Washington, DC - Director for the F.B.I.' Federal Bureau of Investigations' from 1924 until his death in 1972.

45 RPM GRAMOPHONE RECORD
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Event Date: Saturday 1 January 1949
Description: 7 remained the standard size for vinyl singles, 12 singles were introduced for use by DJs in discos in the 1970s.
Summary: 45 rpm gramophone record. The most common form of the vinyl single is the 45 or 7 inch, the names are derived from its play speed, 45 rpm and the standard diameter 7 (18 cm). The 7 45 rpm record was introduced in 1949 by RCA as a smaller, more durable and higher-fidelity replacement for the 78 rpm shellac discs.

ROCKWIZ
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Event Date: Saturday 1 January 2005
Description: RocKwiz is an Australian television quiz show series, focused on rock music
Summary: RocKwiz is an Australian television quiz show series, focused on rock music, and broadcast on SBS One. It premiered in 2005. The forty minute program airs on Saturday at 9:20 pm, and is hosted by Julia Zemiro. It is shot in The Gershwin Room at St Kilda's Esplanade Hotel, commonly called just The Espy, in Melbourne.

POPULAR TV SHOWS 1949
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Event Date: Saturday 1 January 1949
Description: TOP TV SHOWS OF 1949
Summary: 1949-50 1 The Texaco Star Theater NBC 2 Toat of the Town (Ed Sullivan) CBS 3 Arthur Godfrey's Talent Scouts CBS 4 Fireball Fun for All NBC 5 Philco Television Playhouse NBC 6 Fireside Theatre NBC 7 The Goldbergs CBS 8 Suspense CBS 9 The Ford Television Theater CBS 10 Cavalcade of Stars Dumont

POPULAR TV SHOWS 1951
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Event Date: Monday 1 January 1951
Description: TOP TV SHOWS OF 1951
Summary: 1951-52 1 Arthur Godfrey's Talent Scouts CBS 2 The Texaco Star Theater NBC 3 I Love Lucy CBS 4 The Red Skelton Show NBC 5 The Colgate Comedy Hour NBC 6 Fireside Theatre NBC 7 The Jack Benny Program CBS 8 Your Show of Shows NBC 9 You Bet Your Life NBC 10 Arthur Godfrey and His Friends CBS 11 Mama CBS 12 Philco Television Playhouse NBC 13 Amos 'n' Andy CBS 14 Big Town CBS 15 Pabst Blue Ribbon Bouts CBS 16 Gillette Cavalcade of Sports NBC 17 The Alan Young Show CBS 18 All-Star Revue (tie) NBC 18 Dragnet (tie) NBC 20 Kraft Television Theatre NBC

POPULAR TV SHOWS 1952
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Event Date: Tuesday 1 January 1952
Description: TOP TV SHOWS OF 1952
Summary: 1952-53 1 I Love Lucy CBS 2 Arthur Godfrey's Talent Scouts CBS 3 Arthur Godfrey and His Friends CBS 4 Dragnet NBC 5 The Texaco Star Theater NBC 6 The Buick Circus Hour NBC 7 The Colgate Comedy Hour NBC 8 Gangbusters NBC 9 You Bet Your Life NBC 10 Fireside Theatre NBC 11 The Red Buttons Show CBS 12 The Jack Benny Program CBS 13 Life with Luigi CBS 14 Pabst Blue Ribbon Bouts CBS 15 Goodyear Television Playhouse NBC 16 The Life of Riley NBC 17 Mama CBS 18 Your Show of Shows NBC 19 What's My Line? CBS 20 Strike It Rich CBS

POPULAR TV SHOWS 1953
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Event Date: Thursday 1 January 1953
Description: TOP TV SHOWS OF 1953
Summary: 1953-54 1 I Love Lucy CBS 2 Dragnet NBC 3 Arthur Godfrey's Talent Scouts (tie) CBS 3 You Bet Your Life (tie) NBC 5 The Bob Hope Show NBC 6 The Buick-Berle Show NBC 7 Arthur Godfrey and His Friends CBS 8 The Ford Television Theater NBC 9 The Jackie Gleason Show CBS 10 Fireside Theatre NBC 11 The Colgate Comedy Hour (tie) NBC 11 This Is Your Life (tie) NBC 13 The Red Buttons Show CBS 14 The Life of Riley NBC 15 Our Miss Brooks CBS 16 Treasury Men in Action NBC 17 All-Star Revue (Martha Raye) NBC 18 The Jack Benny Program CBS 19 Gillette Cavalcade of Sports NBC 20 Philco Television Playhouse NBC

POPULAR TV SHOWS 1954
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Event Date: Friday 1 January 1954
Description: TOP TV SHOWS OF 1954
Summary: 1954-55 1 I Love Lucy CBS 2 The Jackie Gleason Show CBS 3 Dragnet NBC 4 You Bet Your Life NBC 5 Toast of the Town (Ed Sullivan) CBS 6 Disneyland ABC 7 The Bob Hope Show NBC 8 The Jack Benny Program CBS 9 The Martha Raye Show NBC 10 The George Gobel Show NBC 11 The Ford Television Theater NBC 12 December Bride CBS 13 The Buick-Berle Show NBC 14 This Is Your Life NBC 15 I've Got a Secret CBS 16 Two for the Money CBS 17 Your Hit Parade NBC 18 The Millionaire CBS 19 General Electric Theater CBS 20 Arthur Godfrey's Talent Scouts CBS

POPULAR TV SHOWS 1955
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Event Date: Saturday 1 January 1955
Description: TOP TV SHOWS OF 1955
Summary: 1955-56 1 The $64,000 Question CBS 2 I Love Lucy CBS 3 The Ed Sullivan Show CBS 4 Disneyland ABC 5 The Jack Benny Program CBS 6 December Bride CBS 7 You Bet Your Life NBC 8 Dragnet NBC 9 I've Got a Secret CBS 10 General Electric Theater CBS 11 Private Secretary (tie) CBS 11 The Ford Television Theater (tie) NBC 13 The Red Skelton Show CBS 14 The George Gobel Show NBC 15 The $64,000 Challenge CBS 16 Arthur Godfrey's Talent Scouts CBS 17 The Lineup CBS 18 Shower of Stars CBS 19 The Perry Como Show NBC 20 The Honeymooners CBS

POPULAR TV SHOWS 1956
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Event Date: Sunday 1 January 1956
Description: TOP TV SHOWS OF 1956
Summary: 1956-57 1 I Love Lucy CBS 2 The Ed Sullivan Show CBS 3 General Electric Theater CBS 4 The $64,000 Question CBS 5 December Bride CBS 6 Alfred Hitchcock Presents CBS 7 I've Got a Secret (tie) CBS 7 Gunsmoke (tie) CBS 9 The Perry Como Show NBC 10 The Jack Benny Program CBS 11 Dragnet NBC 12 Arthur Godfrey's Talent Scouts CBS 13 The Millionaire (tie) CBS 13 Disneyland (tie) ABC 15 Shower of Stars CBS 16 The Lineup CBS 17 The Red Skelton Show CBS 18 You Bet Your Life NBC 19 The Life and Legend of Wyatt Earp ABC 20 Private Secretary CBS

POPULAR TV SHOWS 1957
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Event Date: Tuesday 1 January 1957
Description: TOP TV SHOWS OF 1957
Summary: 1957-58 1 Gunsmoke CBS 2 The Danny Thomas Show CBS 3 Tales of Wells Fargo NBC 4 Have Gun, Will Travel CBS 5 I've Got a Secret CBS 6 The Life and Legend of Wyatt Earp ABC 7 General Electric Theater CBS 8 The Restless Gun NBC 9 December Bride CBS 10 You Bet Your Life NBC 11 Alfred Hitchcock Presents (tie) CBS 11 Cheyenne (tie) ABC 13 The Tennessee Ernie Ford Show NBC 14 The Red Skelton Show CBS 15 Wagon Train (tie) NBC 15 Sugarfoot (tie) ABC 15 Father Knows Best (tie) CBS 18 Twenty-One NBC 19 The Ed Sullivan Show CBS 20 The Jack Benny Program CBS

POPULAR TV SHOWS 1958
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Event Date: Wednesday 1 January 1958
Description: TOP TV SHOWS OF 1958
Summary: 1958-59 1 Gunsmoke CBS 2 Wagon Train NBC 3 Have Gun, Will Travel CBS 4 The Rifleman ABC 5 The Danny Thomas Show CBS 6 Maverick ABC 7 Tales of Wells Fargo NBC 8 The Real McCoys ABC 9 I've Got a Secret CBS 10 Wyatt Earp ABC 11 The Price is Right NBC 12 The Red Skelton Show CBS 13 Zane Grey Theater (tie) CBS 13 Father Knows Best (tie) CBS 15 The Texan CBS 16 Wanted: Dead or Alive (tie) CBS 16 Peter Gunn (tie) NBC 18 Cheyenne ABC 19 Perry Mason CBS 20 The Tennessee Ernie Ford Show NBC

POPULAR TV SHOWS 1959
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Event Date: Thursday 1 January 1959
Description: TOP TV SHOWS OF 1959
Summary: 1959-60 1 Gunsmoke CBS 2 Wagon Train NBC 3 Have Gun, Will Travel CBS 4 The Danny Thomas Show CBS 5 The Red Skelton Show CBS 6 Father Knows Best (tie) CBS 6 77 Sunset Strip (tie) ABC 8 The Price Is Right NBC 9 Wanted: Dead or Alive CBS 10 Perry Mason CBS 11 The Real McCoys ABC 12 The Ed Sullivan Show CBS 13 The Bing Crosby Show ABC 14 The Rifleman ABC 15 The Tennessee Ernie Ford Show NBC 16 The Lawman ABC 17 Dennis the Menace CBS 18 Cheyenne ABC 19 Rawhide CBS 20 Maverick ABC

POPULAR TV SHOWS 1960
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Event Date: Friday 1 January 1960
Description: TOP TV SHOWS OF 1960
Summary: 1960-61 1 Gunsmoke CBS 2 Wagon Train NBC 3 Have Gun, Will Travel CBS 4 The Andy Griffith Show CBS 5 The Real McCoys ABC 6 Rawhide CBS 7 Candid Camera CBS 8 The Untouchables (tie) ABC 8 The Price Is Right (tie) NBC 10 The Jack Benny Program CBS 11 Dennis the Menace CBS 12 The Danny Thomas Show CBS 13 My Three Sons (tie) ABC 13 77 Sunset Strip (tie) ABC 15 The Ed Sullivan Show CBS 16 Perry Mason CBS 17 Bonanza NBC 18 The Flintstones ABC 19 The Red Skelton Show CBS 20 Alfred Hitchcock Presents CBS

POPULAR TV SHOWS 1961
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Event Date: Sunday 1 January 1961
Description: TOP TV SHOWS OF 1961
Summary: 1961-62 1 Wagon Train NBC 2 Bonanza NBC 3 Gunsmoke CBS 4 Hazel NBC 5 Perry Mason CBS 6 The Red Skelton Show CBS 7 The Andy Griffith Show CBS 8 The Danny Thomas Show CBS 9 Dr. Kildare NBC 10 Candid Camera CBS 11 My Three Sons ABC 12 The Gary Moore Show CBS 13 Rawhide CBS 14 The Real McCoys ABC 15 Lassie CBS 16 Sing Along with Mitch NBC 17 Dennis the Menace (tie) CBS 17 Marshal Dillon (Gunsmoke reruns) (tie) CBS 19 Ben Casey ABC 20 The Ed Sullivan Show CBS

POPULAR TV SHOWS 1962
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Event Date: Monday 1 January 1962
Description: TOP TV SHOWS OF 1962
Summary: 1962-63 1 The Beverly Hillbillies CBS 2 Candid Camera (tie) CBS 2 The Red Skelton Shown (tie) CBS 4 Bonanza (tie) NBC 4 The Lucy Show (tie) CBS 6 The Andy Griffith Show CBS 7 Ben Casey (tie) ABC 7 The Danny Thomas Show (tie) CBS 9 The Dick Van Dyke Show CBS 10 Gunsmoke CBS 11 Dr. Kildare (tie) NBC 11 The Jack Benny Program (tie) CBS 13 What's My Line? CBS 14 The Ed Sullivan Show CBS 15 Hazel NBC 16 I've Got a Secret CBS 17 The Jackie Gleason Show CBS 18 The Defenders CBS 19 The Gary Moore Show (tie) CBS 19 To Tell the Truth (tie) CBS

POPULAR TV SHOWS 1963
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Event Date: Tuesday 1 January 1963
Description: TOP TV SHOWS OF 1963
Summary: 1963-64 1 The Beverly Hillbillies CBS 2 Bonanza NBC 3 The Dick Van Dyke Show CBS 4 Petticoat Junction CBS 5 The Andy Griffith Show CBS 6 The Lucy Show CBS 7 Candid Camera CBS 8 The Ed Sullivan Show CBS 9 The Danny Thomas Show CBS 10 My Favorite Martian CBS 11 The Red Skelton Show CBS 12 I've Got a Secret (tie) CBS 12 The Jack Benny Program (tie) CBS 12 Lassie (tie) CBS 15 The Jackie Gleason Show CBS 16 The Donna Reed Show ABC 17 The Virginian NBC 18 The Patty Duke Show ABC 19 Dr. Kildare NBC 20 Gunsmoke CBS

POPULAR TV SHOWS 1964
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Event Date: Wednesday 1 January 1964
Description: TOP TV SHOWS OF 1964
Summary: 1964-65 1 Bonanza NBC 2 Bewitched ABC 3 Gomer Pyle, U.S.M.C. CBS 4 The Andy Griffith Show CBS 5 The Fugitive ABC 6 The Red Skelton Hour CBS 7 The Dick Van Dyke Show CBS 8 The Lucy Show CBS 9 Peyton Place (old season) ABC 10 Combat ABC 11 Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color NBC 12 The Beverly Hillbillies CBS 13 My Three Sons ABC 14 Branded NBC 15 Petticoat Junction (tie) CBS 15 The Ed Sullivan Show (tie) CBS 17 Lassie CBS 18 The Munsters (tie) CBS 18 Gilligan's Island (tie) CBS 20 Peyton Place (new season) ABC

POPULAR TV SHOWS 1965
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Event Date: Friday 1 January 1965
Description: TOP TV SHOWS OF 1965
Summary: 1965-66 1 Bonanza NBC 2 Gomer Pyle, U.S.M.C. CBS 3 The Lucy Show CBS 4 The Red Skelton Hour CBS 5 Batman (new season) ABC 6 The Andy Griffith Show CBS 7 Bewitched (tie) ABC 7 The Beverly Hillbillies (tie) CBS 9 Hogan's Heroes CBS 10 Batman (old season) ABC 11 Green Acres CBS 12 Get Smart NBC 13 The Man from U.N.C.L.E. NBC 14 Daktari CBS 15 My Three Sons CBS 16 The Dick Van Dyke Show CBS 17 Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color (tie) NBC 17 The Ed Sullivan Show (tie) CBS 19 The Lawrence Welk Show (tie) ABC 19 I've Got a Secret (tie) CBS

POPULAR TV SHOWS 1966
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Event Date: Saturday 1 January 1966
Description: TOP TV SHOWS OF 1966
Summary: 1966-67 1 Bonanza NBC 2 The Red Skelton Hour CBS 3 The Andy Griffith Show CBS 4 The Lucy Show CBS 5 The Jackie Gleason Show CBS 6 Green Acres CBS 7 Daktari (tie) CBS 7 Bewitched (tie) ABC 7 The Beverly Hillbillies (tie) CBS 10 Gomer Pyle, U.S.M.C. (tie) CBS 10 The Virginian (tie) NBC 10 The Lawrence Welk Show (tie) ABC 10 The Ed Sullivan Show (tie) CBS 14 The Dean Martin Show (tie) CBS 14 Family Affair (tie) CBS 16 Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour CBS 17 The CBS Friday Night Movie (tie) CBS 17 Hogan's Heroes (tie) CBS 19 Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color NBC 20 Saturday Night at the Movies NBC

POPULAR TV SHOWS 1967
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Event Date: Sunday 1 January 1967
Description: TOP TV SHOWS OF 1967
Summary: 1967-68 1 The Andy Griffith Show CBS 2 The Lucy Show CBS 3 Gomer Pyle, U.S.M.C. CBS 4 Gunsmoke (tie) CBS 4 Family Affair (tie) CBS 4 Bonanza (tie) NBC 7 The Red Skelton Hour CBS 8 The Dean Martin Show NBC 9 The Jackie Gleason Show CBS 10 Saturday Night at the Movies NBC 11 Bewitched ABC 12 The Beverly Hillbillies CBS 13 The Ed Sullivan Show CBS 14 The Virginian NBC 15 The CBS Friday Night Movie (tie) CBS 15 Green Acres (tie) CBS 17 The Lawrence Welk Show ABC 18 Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour CBS 19 Gentle Ben CBS 20 Tuesday Night at the Movies NBC

POPULAR TV SHOWS 1968
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Event Date: Monday 1 January 1968
Description: TOP TV SHOWS OF 1968
Summary: 1968-69 1 Rowan and Martin's Laugh-In NBC 2 Gomer Pyle, U.S.M.C. CBS 3 Bonanza NBC 4 Mayberry R.F.D. CBS 5 Family Affair CBS 6 Gunsmoke CBS 7 Julia NBC 8 The Dean Martin Show NBC 9 Here's Lucy CBS 10 The Beverly Hillbillies CBS 11 Mission: Impossible (tie) CBS 11 Bewitched (tie) ABC 11 The Red Skelton Hour (tie) CBS 14 My Three Sons CBS 15 The Glen Campbell Goodtime Hour CBS 16 Ironside NBC 17 The Virginian NBC 18 The F.B.I. ABC 19 Green Acres CBS 20 Dragnet NBC

POPULAR TV SHOWS 1969
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Event Date: Wednesday 1 January 1969
Description: TOP TV SHOWS OF 1969
Summary: 1969-70 1 Rowan and Martin's Laugh-In NBC 2 Gunsmoke CBS 3 Bonanza NBC 4 Mayberry R.F.D. CBS 5 Family Affair CBS 6 Here's Lucy CBS 7 The Red Skelton Hour CBS 8 Marcus Welby, M.D. ABC 9 The Wonderful World of Disney NBC 10 The Doris Day Show CBS 11 The Bill Cosby Show NBC 12 The Jim Nabors Hour CBS 13 The Carol Burnett Show CBS 14 The Dean Martin Show NBC 15 My Three Sons (tie) CBS 15 Ironside (tie) NBC 15 The Johnny Cash Show (tie) ABC 18 The Beverly Hillbillies CBS 19 Hawaii Five-O CBS 20 Glen Campbell Goodtime Hour CBS

POPULAR TV SHOWS 1970
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Event Date: Thursday 1 January 1970
Description: TOP TV SHOWS OF 1970
Summary: 1970-71 1 Marcus Welby, M.D. ABC 2 The Flip Wilson Show NBC 3 Here's Lucy CBS 4 Ironside NBC 5 Gunsmoke CBS 6 The ABC Movie of the Week ABC 7 Hawaii Five-O CBS 8 Medical Center CBS 9 Bonanza NBC 10 The F.B.I. ABC 11 The Mod Squad ABC 12 Adam-12 NBC 13 Rowan and Martin's Laugh-In (tie) NBC 13 The Wonderful World of Disney (tie) NBC 15 Mayberry F.F.D. CBS 16 Hee Haw CBS 17 Mannix CBS 18 The Man from Shiloh NBC 19 My Three Sons CBS 20 The Doris Day Show CBS

POPULAR TV SHOWS 1971
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Event Date: Friday 1 January 1971
Description: TOP TV SHOWS OF 1971
Summary: 1971-72 1 All in the Family CBS 2 The Flip Wilson Show NBC 3 Marcus Welby, M.D. ABC 4 Gunsmoke CBS 5 The ABC Movie of the Week ABC 6 Sanford and Son NBC 7 Mannix CBS 8 Funny Face (tie) CBS 8 Adam-12 (tie) NBC 10 The Mary Tyler Moore Show CBS 11 Here's Lucy CBS 12 Hawaii Five-0 CBS 13 Medical Center CBS 14 The NBC Mystery Movie NBC 15 Ironside NBC 16 The Partridge Family ABC 17 The F.B.I. ABC 18 The New Dick Van Dyke Show CBS 19 The Wonderful World of Disney NBC 20 Bonanza NBC

POPULAR TV SHOWS 1972
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Event Date: Saturday 1 January 1972
Description: TOP TV SHOWS OF 1972
Summary: 1972-73 1 All in the Family CBS 2 Sanford and Son NBC 3 Hawaii Five-0 CBS 4 Maude CBS 5 Briget Loves Bernie (tie) CBS 5 The NBC Sunday Mystery Movie (tie) NBC 7 The Mary Tyler Moore Show (tie) CBS 7 Gunsmoke (tie) CBS 9 The Wonderful World of Disney NBC 10 Ironside NBC 11 Adam-12 NBC 12 The Flip Wilson Show NBC 13 Marcus Welby, M.D. ABC 14 Cannon CBS 15 Here's Lucy CBS 16 The Bob Newhart Show CBS 17 ABC Tuesday Movie of the Week ABC 18 NFL Monday Night Football ABC 19 The Partridge Family (tie) ABC 19 The Waltons (tie) CBS

POPULAR TV SHOWS 1973
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Event Date: Monday 1 January 1973
Description: TOP TV SHOWS OF 1973
Summary: 1973-74 1 All in the Family CBS 2 The Waltons CBS 3 Sanford and Son NBC 4 M*A*S*H CBS 5 Hawaii Five-0 CBS 6 Maude CBS 7 Kojak (tie) CBS 7 The Sonny and Cher Comedy Hour (tie) CBS 9 The Mary Tyler Moore Show (tie) CBS 9 Cannon (tie) CBS 11 The Six Million Dollar Man ABC 12 The Bob Newhart Show (tie) CBS 12 The Wonderful World of Disney (tie) NBC 14 The NBC Sunday Mystery Movie NBC 15 Gunsmoke CBS 16 Happy Days ABC 17 Good Times (tie) CBS 17 Barnaby Jones (tie) CBS 19 NFL Monday Night Football (tie) ABC 19 The CBS Friday Night Movie (tie) CBS

POPULAR TV SHOWS 1974
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Event Date: Tuesday 1 January 1974
Description: TOP TV SHOWS OF 1974
Summary: 1974-75 1 All in the Family CBS 2 Sanford and Son NBC 3 Chico and the Man NBC 4 The Jeffersons CBS 5 M*A*S*H CBS 6 Rhoda CBS 7 Good Times CBS 8 The Waltons CBS 9 Maude CBS 10 Hawaii Five-0 CBS 11 The Mary Tyler Moore Show CBS 12 The Rockford Files NBC 13 Little House on the Prairie NBC 14 Kojak CBS 15 Police Woman NBC 16 S.W.A.T. ABC 17 The Bob Newhart Show CBS 18 The Wonderful World of Disney (tie) NBC 18 The Rookies (tie) ABC 20 Mannix CBS

POPULAR TV SHOWS 1975
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Event Date: Wednesday 1 January 1975
Description: TOP TV SHOWS OF 1975
Summary: 1975-76 1 All in the Family CBS 2 Rich Man, Poor Man ABC 3 Laverne and Shirley ABC 4 Maude CBS 5 The Bionic Woman ABC 6 Phyllis CBS 7 Sanford and Son (tie) NBC 7 Rhoda (tie) CBS 9 The Six Million Dollar Man ABC 10 The ABC Monday Night Movie ABC 11 Happy Days ABC 12 One Day at a Time CBS 13 The ABC Sunday Night Movie ABC 14 The Waltons (tie) CBS 14 M*A*S*H (tie) CBS 16 Starsky and Hutch (tie) ABC 16 Good Heavens (tie) ABC 18 Welcome Back, Kotter ABC 19 The Mary Tyler Moore Show CBS 20 Kojak CBS

POPULAR TV SHOWS 1976
EVENT
 
Event Date: Thursday 1 January 1976
Description: TOP TV SHOWS OF 1976
Summary: 1976-77 1 Happy Days ABC 2 Laverne and Shirley ABC 3 The ABC Monday Night Movie ABC 4 M*A*S*H CBS 5 Charlie's Angels ABC 6 The Big Event NBC 7 The Six Million Dollar Man ABC 8 The ABC Sunday Night Movie (tie) ABC 8 Baretta (tie) ABC 8 One Day at a Time (tie) CBS 11 Three's Company ABC 12 All in the Family CBS 13 Welcome Back, Kotter ABC 14 The Bionic Woman ABC 15 The Waltons (tie) CBS 15 Little House on the Prairie (tie) NBC 17 Barney Miller ABC 18 60 Minutes (tie) CBS 18 Hawaii Five-0 CBS 20 NBC Monday Night at the Movies NBC

POPULAR TV SHOWS 1977
EVENT
 
Event Date: Saturday 1 January 1977
Description: TOP TV SHOWS OF 1977
Summary: 1977-78 1 Laverne & Shirley ABC 2 Happy Days ABC 3 Three's Company ABC 4 Charlie's Angles (tie) ABC 4 All in the Family (tie) CBS 4 60 Minutes (tie) CBS 7 Little House on the Prairie NBC 8 M*A*S*H (tie) CBS 8 Alice (tie) CBS 10 One Day at a Time CBS 11 How the West Was Won ABC 12 Eight Is Enough ABC 13 Soap ABC 14 The Love Boat ABC 15 NBC Monday Night Movie NBC 16 NFL Monday Night Football ABC 17 Barney Miller (tie) ABC 17 Fantasy Island (tie) ABC 19 The Amazing Spider-Man (tie) CBS 19 Project U.F.O. (tie) NBC

POPULAR TV SHOWS 1978
EVENT
 
Event Date: Sunday 1 January 1978
Description: TOP TV SHOWS OF 1978
Summary: 1978-79 1 Laverne & Shirley ABC 2 Three's Company ABC 3 Mork & Mindy ABC 4 Happy Days (tie) ABC 4 The Ropers (tie) ABC 6 What's Happening!! (tie) ABC 6 Alice (8:30) (tie) CBS 8 M*A*S*H CBS 9 One Day at a Time (Monday) CBS 10 Taxi ABC 11 60 Minutes (tie) CBS 11 Charlie's Angels (tie) ABC 13 Angie ABC 14 Alice (9:30) CBS 15 All in the Family CBS 16 WKRP in Cincinnati (tie) CBS 16 Soap (tie) ABC 18 Eight Is Enough ABC 19 All in the Family CBS 20 Barney Miller (tie) ABC 20 CBS Sunday Night Movie (tie) CBS

POPULAR TV SHOWS 1979
EVENT
 
Event Date: Tuesday 1 January 1980
Description: TOP TV SHOWS OF 1979
Summary: 1979-80 1 60 Minutes CBS 2 Three's Company ABC 3 That's Incredible ABC 4 M*A*S*H CBS 5 Alice CBS 6 Dallas CBS 7 Flo CBS 8 The Jeffersons CBS 9 The Dukes of Hazzard CBS 10 One Day at a Time CBS 11 WKRP in Cincinnati CBS 12 Goodtime Girls ABC 13 Archie Bunker's Place CBS 14 Taxi ABC 15 Eight Is Enough ABC 16 Little House on the Prairie NBC 17 House Calls CBS 18 Real People NBC 19 CHiPs NBC 20 Happy Days ABC

POPULAR TV SHOWS 1950
EVENT
 
Event Date: Sunday 1 January 1950
Description: TOP TV SHOWS OF 1950
Summary: 1950-51 1 The Texaco Star Theater NBC 2 Fireside Theatre NBC 3 Your Show of Shows NBC 4 Philco Television Playhouse NBC 5 The Colgate Comedy Hour NBC 6 Gillette Cavalcade of Sports NBC 7 Arthur Godfrey's Talent Scouts CBS 8 Mama CBS 9 Robert Montgomery Presents NBC 10 Martin Kane, Private Eye NBC 11 Man Against Crime CBS 12 Somerset MaughamTheatre NBC 13 Kraft Television Theatre NBC 14 Toast of the Town (Ed Sullivan) CBS 15 The Aldrich Family NBC 16 You Bet Your Life NBC 17 Armstrong Circle Theater (tie) NBC 17 Big Town (tie) CBS 17 Lights Out (tie) NBC 20 The Alan Young Show CBS

POPULAR TV SHOWS 1980
EVENT
 
Event Date: Tuesday 1 January 1980
Description: TOP TV SHOWS OF 1980
Summary: Top Shows: 1980-1981 Dallas 60 Minutes The Dukes of Hazzard The Love Boat Private Benjamin M*A*S*H House Calls The Jeffersons (tie) The Two of Us (tie) Little House on the Prairie Alice Real People (tie) One Day at a Time (tie) The Greatest American Hero Three's Company Magnum, P.I. (tie) Too Close for Comfort (tie) ABC Sunday Movie Diff'rent Strokes Archie Bunker's Place

POPULAR TV SHOWS 1981
EVENT
 
Event Date: Thursday 1 January 1981
Description: TOP TV SHOWS OF 1981
Summary: 1981-1982 Dallas 60 Minutes The Jeffersons (tie) Joanie Loves Chachi (tie) Three's Company Alice (tie) The Dukes of Hazzard (tie) Too Close for Comfort ABC Monday Night Movie M*A*S*H One Day at a Time NFL Monday Night Football Archie Bunker's Place Falcon Crest The Love Boat (tie) Hart to Hart (tie) Trapper John, M.D. Magnum, P.I. Happy Days Dynasty

POPULAR TV SHOWS 1982
EVENT
 
Event Date: Friday 1 January 1982
Description: TOP TV SHOWS OF 1982
Summary: 1982-1983 60 Minutes Dallas (tie) M*A*S*H (tie) Magnum, P.I. Dynasty Three's Company Simon & Simon Falcon Crest The Love Boat (tie) A-Team, The (tie) NFL Monday Night Football (tie) The Jeffersons (tie) Newhart (tie) The Fall Guy (tie) The Mississippi 9 to 5 One Day at a Time Hart to Hart (tie) Gloria (tie) Trapper John, M.D. (tie) Goodnight, Beantown

POPULAR TV SHOWS 1983
EVENT
 
Event Date: Saturday 1 January 1983
Description: TOP TV SHOWS OF 1983
Summary: 1983-1984 Dallas 60 Minutes Dynasty The A-Team Simon & Simon Magnum, P.I. Falcon Crest Kate & Allie Hotel Cagney & Lacey Knots Landing (tie) ABC Sunday Movie (tie) ABC Monday Movie TV's Bloopers & Practical Jokes AfterMASH The Fall Guy The Love Boat Riptide The Jeffersons Scarecrow & Mrs. King

POPULAR TV SHOWS 1984
EVENT
 
Event Date: Sunday 1 January 1984
Description: TOP TV SHOWS OF 1984
Summary: Top Shows: 1984-1985 Season Dynasty Dallas The Cosby Show 60 Minutes Family Ties The A-Team Simon & Simon Murder, She Wrote Knots Landing (tie) Falcon Crest (tie) Crazy Like a Fox (tie) Hotel (tie) Cheers Riptide Magnum, P.I. Newhart Kate & Allie NBC Monday Night Movie Highway to Heaven Night Court

POPULAR TV SHOWS 1985
EVENT
 
Event Date: Tuesday 1 January 1985
Description: TOP TV SHOWS OF 1985
Summary: Top Shows: 1985-1986 Season The Cosby Show Family Ties Murder, She Wrote 60 Minutes Cheers Dallas (tie) Dynasty (tie) The Golden Girls Miami Vice Who's The Boss? Night Court CBS Sunday Night Movie Highway to Heaven Kate & Allie NFL Monday Night Football Newhart (tie) Knots Landing (tie) Growing Pains You Again? 227

POPULAR TV SHOWS 1986
EVENT
 
Event Date: Wednesday 1 January 1986
Description: TOP TV SHOWS OF 1986
Summary: 1986-1987 The Cosby Show Family Ties Cheers Murder, She Wrote The Golden Girls 60 Minutes Night Court Growing Pains Moonlighting Who's The Boss? Dallas Newhart Amen 227 (tie) Matlock (tie) CBS Sunday Night Movie (tie) NBC Monday Night Movie NFL Monday Night Football Kate & Allie NBC Sunday Night Movie

POPULAR TV SHOWS 1987
EVENT
 
Event Date: Thursday 1 January 1987
Description: TOP TV SHOWS OF 1987
Summary: 1987-1988 The Cosby Show A Different World Cheers The Golden Girls Growing Pains Who's the Boss? Night Court 60 Minutes Murder, She Wrote (tie) ALF (tie) The Wonder Years (tie) Moonlighting (tie) L.A. Law Matlock Amen NFL Monday Night Football Family Ties CBS Sunday Night Movie In the Heat of the Night (tie) My Two Dads (tie) Valerie's Family

POPULAR TV SHOWS 1988
EVENT
 
Event Date: Friday 1 January 1988
Description: TOP TV SHOWS OF 1988
Summary: 1988-1989 The Cosby Show Rosanne A Different World Cheers The Golden Girls Who's the Boss? 60 Minutes Murder, She Wrote Empty Nest Anything But Love Dear John (tie) ALF (tie) L.A. Law Matlock (tie) Unsolved Mysteries (tie) In the Heat of the Night Growing Pains Hunter (tie) NFL Monday Night Football (tie) Head of the Class

POPULAR TV SHOWS 1989
EVENT
 
Event Date: Sunday 1 January 1989
Description: TOP TV SHOWS OF 1989
Summary: Top Shows: 1989-1990 Season Roseanne The Cosby Show Cheers A Different World America's Funniest Home Videos The Golden Girls 60 Minutes The Wonder Years Empty Nest NFL Monday Night Football Unsolved Mysteries Who's the Boss? (tie) Murder, She Wrote (tie) Chicken Soup Grand L.A. Law In the Heat of the Night Dear John Coach Matlock

JANUARY 1ST 1970
EVENT
 
Event Date: Thursday 1 January 1970
Description: What Happened in 1970.
Summary: In 1970, the year of your birth, the top selling movie was Love Story. Remember, that was before there were DVDs. People were indeed watching movies in the cinema, and not downloading them online. Do you know who won the Oscars that year? The academy award for the best movie went to Patton. The Oscar for best foreign movie that year went to Investigation of a Citizen Above Suspicion. The top actor was George C. Scott for his role as Gen. George S. Patton Jr. in Patton. The top actress was Glenda Jackson for her role as Gudrun Brangwen in Women in Love. Mick Jagger is fined 200 for possession of cannabis. Paul McCartney sues in Great Britain to dissolve the Beatles' legal partnership. Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin and Jim Morrison all die at the age of 27. The space mission Apollo 13 nearly ends in disaster. Do you know what was invented in the year you were born? The Pocket Calculator.

DANA ANDREWS
BORN
 
Event Date: Friday 1 January 1909
Description: Actor, Singer, USA

COUNTRY JOE MCDONALD
BORN
 
Event Date: Thursday 1 January 1942
Description: Vocalist, Actor, Composer, USA

ROMAN TOTENBERG
BORN
 
Event Date: Sunday 1 January 1911
Description: Violinist, USA

MORGAN FISHER
BORN
 
Event Date: Sunday 1 January 1950
Description: Organ, UK

XAVIER CUGAT
BORN
 
Event Date: Monday 1 January 1900
Description: Violinist, Cuba

ART GILLHAM
BORN
 
Event Date: Tuesday 1 January 1895
Description: Vocalist, USA

KAREN YOUNG - UK
BORN
 
Event Date: Tuesday 1 January 1946
Description: Vocalist, UK

MILT JACKSON
BORN
 
Event Date: Monday 1 January 1923
Description: Vibraphone, USA

JOE PASS
BORN
 
Event Date: Tuesday 1 January 1929
Description: Guitarist, USA

ART PEPPER
BORN
 
Event Date: Thursday 1 January 1925
Description: Saxophonist, USA

PHIL COLLINS
BORN
 
Event Date: Monday 1 January 1951
Description: Vocalist, Actor, Composer, UK

TIM DAO
BORN
 
Event Date: Sunday 1 January 1967
Description: Vocalist, US

JEAN STAFFORD
BORN
 
Event Date: Sunday 1 January 1950
Description: Vocalist, Guitarist, Australia

CHIP TAYLOR
BORN
 
Event Date: Saturday 1 January 1944
Description: Vocalist, Composer, USA

ANDY JOHNS
BORN
 
Event Date: Tuesday 1 January 1952
Description: British sound engineer and record producer, UK

LIONEL LONG
DIED
 
Event Date: Thursday 1 January 1998
Description: Vocalist, Australia

DEL REEVES
DIED
 
Event Date: Monday 1 January 2007
Description: Vocalist, Composer, USA

LHASA DE SELA
DIED
 
Event Date: Friday 1 January 2010
Description: Vocalist , USA

ALEXIS KORNER
DIED
 
Event Date: Sunday 1 January 1984
Description: Pianist, France

PATTI PAGE
DIED
 
Event Date: Tuesday 1 January 2013
Description: Vocalist, USA

TOWNES VAN ZANDT
DIED
 
Event Date: Wednesday 1 January 1997
Description: Vocalist, Songwriter, Producer. Composer, USA

GREGORY SLAY
DIED
 
Event Date: Friday 1 January 2010
Description: Drummer, USA

TED HAWKINS
DIED
 
Event Date: Sunday 1 January 1995
Description: Vocalist, Guitarist, Composer, USA

BUCK RAM
DIED
 
Event Date: Tuesday 1 January 1991
Description: Composer, Management

MAURICE CHEVALIER
DIED
 
Event Date: Saturday 1 January 1972
Description: Actor, Vocalist, France

HANK WILLIAMS
DIED
 
Event Date: Thursday 1 January 1953
Description: Vocalist, Composer, USA

MOON MULLICAN
DIED
 
Event Date: Sunday 1 January 1967
Description: Vocalist, Composer, USA

DAWN LAKE
DIED
 
Event Date: Sunday 1 January 2006
Description: Vocalist, Comedian, Actress, Australia

FRED MILANO
DIED
 
Event Date: Sunday 1 January 2012
Description: Vocalist, USA

 

 
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