Johnny Cash

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I’ve been making my list and checking it twice… And here it is: My annual Holiday Program Guide.

All the Christmas favorites are here: Charlie Brown, Rudolph, The Grinch, Frosty, White Christmas, A Christmas Carol, A Christmas Melody, A Christmas Story, It’s A Wonderful Life, Polar Express, The Santa Clause and Little Drummer Boy.

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Turkeys away! Thanksgiving week means that it's beginning to look a lot like Christmas on TV again.

Here's my first holiday programming list of the season, for Thanksgiving week. My h-u-g-e Holiday Program Guide for shows Dec. 1-25 posts Sunday, Dec. 1.

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Ken Burns' team has interviewed more than 100 people – including 40 members of the Country Music Hall of Fame – for the eight-night Country Music documentary airing Sept. 15-19 and Sept. 22-25.

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What do Glen Campbell, Andy Griffith, Emmylou Harris, Flip Wilson, Dolly Parton, Ricky Nelson, Johnny Cash, Freddie Fender, Bette Midler, Carl Perkins, Dustin Hoffman, Bob Hope and Sonny and Cher have in common?

All appeared in 1970s and early 1980s TV shows which air 10 p.m.-midnight Sundays on Get TV.

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From Rudolph to Ralphie, John Legend to Johnny Cash, the Grinch to Amy Grant, Elf to Ed Sullivan, Lucy Van Pelt to Lucy Ricardo, they’re all here in my Holiday Program Guide.

It’s my biggest list ever, and it has something for everyone. Here’s the link to a downloadable PDF so you can print the list, circle your favorites and share with family and friends.

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The four-week February sweeps starting Thursday, Feb. 2, bring more spin-offs and revivals from TV shows and movies.

Here's a look at sweeps highlights:

John Carter Cash, son of the legendary country singer/songwriter Johnny Cash, has written the forward for a collection of poems from his father, Forever Words: The Unknown Poems

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The short answer is: Get an antenna.

Wonderful old Christmas TV specials with Perry Como, Johnny Cash, Andy Williams, Bing Crosby, Mac Davis, Rosemary Clooney, Mel Torme, Judy Garland and Danny Kaye and many others will air on the GET TV network, a digital subchannel on WSTR-TV, on over-the-air Channel 64.4.

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While on a break at the Evendale General Electric plant in 1957, Walter E. Scott wrote the country song “Burning Bridges” which would be sung  by Glen Campbell, George Jones, Roger Miller and Ray Price.

More than 60 artists recorded the song by Scott, a Colerain Township resident who died Aug. 15 at age 89. Campbell released an album titled "Burning Bridges" in 1967.

Jason Edwards is the singer, director and actor in the new Playhouse in the Park presentation of Ring of Fire: The Music of Johnny Cash. He’s in the studio with our Rick Pender to discuss this variation on the recent Broadway production and the way the actors capture the essence of The Man in Black without doing an impersonation of him.