AFN PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS
Week of 23 – 29 April 1967
All over America, it is a nightly habit for bleary-eyed television fans to lie in their beds and stare at the television set between their toes. The reason for this unusual national habit is Johnny Carson’s TONIGHT show. AFN makes it easier for its listeners by presenting the highlights of these shows nightly Monday through Friday at 2230 hours. This week Carson fans have a number of treats in store for themselves.
MONDAY: Comic Woody Allen talks about Las Vegas . . . Jack Lord, actor, talks about his early days and the Mitchell Trio sings “Time to Love One Another”.
TUESDAY: Singer Steve Lawrence belts out “What Now My Love” and Art Linkletter talks about the early days of radio.
WEDNESDAY: George Segal, actor, sings and plays banjo and the hottest new talent in New York, Don Ho, sings “It Aint No big Thing”.
THURSDAY: Comic Corbett Monica is aboard tonight and talks about doing a play. Roberta Peters, opera star sings “The Nightingale”.
FRIDAY: Actress Phyllis Newman talks about visiting the White House and old-timer Rudy Vallee sings “Winchester Cathedral”.
A LISTENING REMINDER: With the start of summer weather, tuck a portable radio in your picnic basket. Weekends on AFN feature a variety of light, enjoyable programs to help make the lazy days pass pleasantly. Radio is your constant good companion and goes with you every place.