Episode Guide - Tommy Hunter Show, The (Series) (1965-1992)

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Tommy Hunter Show, The
The following is an incomplete listing of Tommy Hunter Show episodes.

Sep 17, 1965 - With Tommy Hunter, The Rhythm Pals, Loreen Lee, Pat Hervey, and Stringbean. Songs include: "Lonesome Number One"; "The First Thing Every Morning"; "Organ Instrumental"; "I Walk The Line"; "Goin' Back To Houston"; "Little Liza Jane"; "Just A Closer Walk With Thee"; and "Travelling Man".

Oct 22, 1965 - Tommy's guest is singer John Rutter. Pat Hervey, Jim Pirie, Al Cherny, Maurice Bolyer, Rhythm Pals, Bert Niosi orchestra.

Dec 17, 1965 - With Tommy Hunter, Pat Hervey, Ollie Strong, The Rhythm Pals, Bill Bessey, and Anita Shear. Songs include: "Toy Song"; "Jingle Bell Rock"; "Great Speckled Bird"; "Bimbo"; "Legend In My Time"; "Oh Mary"; and Silver Bells".

Jan 28, 1966 - With Tommy Hunter, The Rhythm Pals, Bill Bessey, Pat Hervey, Al Cherney, and Maurice Bolyer. Songs include: "Bayou Baby"; "Orange Blossom Special"; "Travelling Man"; "Wildwood Flower"; "Blue Banjo"; and "To a Sleeping Beauty".

Apr 29, 1966 - With Tommy Hunter, Pat Hervey, The Rhythm Pals, Al Cherny, and Jim Pirie. Songs include: "Blue Spanish Eyes"; "Tiajuana Taxi"; "Spanish Song"; "Matador"; "Mission In Old San Antoine"; and "Travelling Man".

May 6, 1966 - With Tommy Hunter, Pat Hervey, Al Cherney, The Rhythm Pals, and Elan Stewart. Songs include: "Jezebel"; "And I Love Him"; "Caribou Reel"; "Bonny Prince Charlie"; "Big Lazy Old River"; "Memories"; "You're The One"; "The Water is Wide"; and "Mother".

Jun 17, 1966 - With Tommy Hunter, The Rhytm Pals, Jim Pirie, John Davidson, Al Cherny, and The Country Guys and Gals. Guests are Patty Hervey and nine-year-old Gloria Kaye. Songs include: "Happiness Was"; "Orange Blossom Special"; "These Boots Are Made For Walking"; "Buckaroo"; "Flowers on the Wall"; "Big Lazy Old River"; "From Nashville With Love"; "Sea Breeze"; "Tennessee Waltz"; and "Once a Day".

Oct 28, 1966 - With Tommy Hunter, Pat Hervey, The Rhythm Pals, The Allen Sisters, and Bill Bessey. Songs include: "Jezebel"; "Oh Freedom"; "Long Long Friendship"; "Devil Woman"; "Give It Up Girl"; "Yellow Submarine"; and "Remember The Dogwood".

Jan 5, 1968 - With Tommy Hunter, The Rhythm Pals, Al Cherny, The Allen Sisters, Debbie Lori Kaye, and Maurice Bolyer. Songs include: "Boop Dee Doo"; "That's What You Get For Loving Me"; "You've Got Your Troubles, I've Got Mine"; "Spaghetti Rag"; "Half A World Away"; "That Old Soft Shoe"; "Row Row Row"; "A Bird In a Gilded Cage"; "Hot Time In The Old Town"; and "Lead Me Gently Home".

Mar 1, 1968 - With Tommy Hunter, The Allan Sisters, Debbie Lori Kaye, Jim Pirie, Al Cherny, Maurice Bolyer, the Coach 'n' Four, and the Rhythm Pals. On this program all the songs are composed by Canadians. They include: "K...K...K.... Katie"; "Sweet Caroline"; "My Wonderful Flying Machine"; "Allons Voir"; "Put Your Windows Up" composed by Debbie Lori Kaye; "Please Don't Hurt Me Anymore"; "Seems Like Old Times"; "When You and I Were Young"; "Some of These Days"; and "I am a Canadian".

Apr 19, 1968 - With Tommy Hunter, The Allan Sisters, Debbie Lori Kaye, Jim Pirie, Al Cherny, Maurice Bolyer, The Coach 'n' Four, and The Rhythm Pals. The theme of the program is "down home on the farm". Songs include: "Pass the Plate of Happiness Around"; "Good-Day Sunshine"; "Mr. Cab Driver"; "It's Strictly a Woman's World"; "Yesterday"; "Ann"; and "On The Wings of a Dove".

Apr 26, 1968 - With Tommy Hunter, The Allan Sisters, Debbie Lori Kaye, Jim Pirie, Al Cherny, Maurice Bolyer, The Coach 'n' Four, and The Rhythm Pals. Songs include: "I Feel Like I've Gotta Travel On"; "Buckaroo"; "Kiss Me Goodbye"; "Suddenly You Leave Me"; "And You Never Could Stand the Pain Baby"; "The Devil's Dream"; "Alabama Bound"; and "It is No Secret What God Can Do".

May 3, 1968 - With Tommy Hunter, Debbie Lorie Kaye, Jim Pirie, Al Cherny, Maurice Bolyer, The Coach 'n' Four, and the Rhythm Pals. Songs include: "Raise a Ruckus Tonight"; "Streets of Laredo"; "I'm an Old Cowhand"; 'The Colourful Rodeo Cowboy"; "Cimmaron"; "Out in Alberta"; and "The Last Roundup".

Jun 7, 1968 - With Tommy Hunter, The Rhythm Pals, Debbie Lori Kay, Al Cherny, The Allen Sisters, and Maurice Bolyer. Songs includes: "The Erie is Rising"; "Big Old Lazy River"; "Come On Home"; "Rovin' Gambler"; "Mr. and Mrs. Mississippi"; "Steamboat Bill"; "Down Yonder"; and "Oh Shanendoh".

Jun 14, 1968 - With Tommy Hunter, Coach 'n' Four, Debbie Lorie Kaye, The Rhythm Pals, and The Allen Sisters. Songs include: "That's Amore"; "I Don't Want No Woman Tying Me Down"; "England Swings"; "English Country Garden"; "Lonely Cloud"; "Marina"; "Tarintella"; "Volaré"; and "Deck of Cards".

Oct 6, 1968 - With Tommy Hunter, Debbie Lori Kaye, Maurice Bolyer, The Rhythm Pals, Al Cherny, and The Allen Sisters. Songs include: "North Wind"; "The Sound of Lovers in Love"; "Green Green Grass of Home"; "What A Wonderful World"; "Squid Jiggin' Ground"; "Fisherman's Hornpipe"; "Farewell to Nova Scotia"; and "The Four Winds and the Seven Seas".

Nov 3, 1968 - With Tommy Hunter, The Allan Sisters, Debbie Lori Kaye, Jim Pirie, Al Cherny, Maurice Bolyer, The Coach 'n' Four, and The Rhythm Pals. Guest is Michael Magee. The theme is going to the racetrack. Songs include: "The Race Is On"; "He's a Loser"; "I Only Need One More Crack at the Old Race Track"; "That's Not a Bad Way to Start"; "The Tennessee Stud"; and "Horsepower"

Dec 22, 1968 - With Tommy Hunter, The Allan Sisters, Debbie Lori Kaye, Jim Pirie, Al Cherny, Maurice Bolyer, The Coach 'n' Four, and The Rhythm Pals. This is the annual Christmas party program. Songs include: "Christmas is Coming"; "A Special Christmas Wish"; "Do You See What I See?"; "The Marvellous Little Toy"; "Frosty the Snowman"; "Santa Claus Is Coming to Town"; and "Go Tell It on the Mountain".

Apr 20, 1969 - With Tommy Hunter, Debbie Lori Kaye, The Rhythm Pals, The Allen Sisters, and Al Cherny. Songs include: "Livin' In The Love of the Common People"; "The Other Man's Grass Is Always Greener"; "Jim Town Road"; "More Than That"; "How To Play The Guitar"; "The Tax Song"; "Oh Bla Di Oh Bla Da"; and "If I Were A Carpenter".

Apr 27, 1969 - Selections: "Wherefore and Why," "Walk on By" (Tommy); "Help Yourself" (Rhythm Pals); "Ginny Jo" (Allan Sisters); "Orange Blossom Special" (Maurice Bolyer, Al Cherny); "Sixteen Tons" (Debbie Lori Kaye); "Morning Glory" (Debbie, Jim Pirie); and "This Train" (all).

May 4, 1969 - With Tommy Hunter, Maurice Bolyer, Jim Pirie, The Rhythm Pals, The Allen Sisters, Debbie Lori Kaye, Coach 'n' Four, and Al Cherney. Songs include: "Come On Sunshine"; "Help Yourself"; "Ginny Jean"; "Sixteen Tons"; "Walk On By"; "Good Morning Morning Glory"; "Bile 'Em Cabbage"; "Old Joe Clark"; and "This Train".

May 25, 1969 - Selections: "Wave Goodbye," "The Choking Kind," "Friends" (Tommy); "Maria" (Rhythm Pals); "Wedding Cake" (Debbie Lori Kaye); "Aquarius" (Coach 'N' Four); and "Darlin' Corey" (Debbie, Rhythm Pals).

Jun 8, 1969 - Selections: "Fireball Mail," "Deeds of Kindness," " Faith" (Tommy); "In My Life" (Debbie Lori Kaye); "Life of the Party" (Al Cherny); "Andrew Irving" (Rhythm Pals); and "Sweet Blindness" (Coach 'N' Four).

Jan 4, 1970 - With Tommy Hunter, The Allen Sisters, The Rhythm Pals, and Maurice Bolyer. Songs include: "I Think My Sweet Baby's Got Leavin' On Her Mind"; "Never My Love"; "Help Yourselves"; "Alabamy Bound"; "McArthur's Park"; "Jay Gould's Daughter"; and "There's A Big Wheel".

Apr 5, 1970 - With Tommy Hunter, Debbie Lori Kaye, The Rhythm Pals, Pat Hervey, Hank Levant, and Bob Ferrar. Songs include: "I'm Restless"; "Snowbird"; "When It's Early In The Morning"; "Nikki Hoki"; "Viya Con Dios"; a medley; "The World Is Waiting For The Sun"; and "Love's Been Good To Me".

Sep 25, 1970 - With Tommy Hunter, Anne Murray, Al Cherny, The Rhythm Pals, The Allen Sisters, Gene McClellan, Paul Soles, Jim Pirie, Maurice Bolyer, and Elwood Cranston. Songs include: "Stop The World and Let Me Off"; "Rain"; "Anne"; "Hey Good Looking"; "Mister Please"; "Sugarfoot Rag"; "But For Love I'd Be Gone"; "Over and Over"; "Sitting Back Loving You"; "Proud Mary"; "Snowbird"; and "Put Your Hand In The Hand".

Oct 2, 1970 - With Tommy Hunter, Stompin' Tom Connors, The Rhythm Pals, Diane Hetherington, Paul Soles, The Allen Sisters, Al Cherny, Elwood Cranston, and Jim Pirie. Songs include: "The Games People Play"; "Big Joe Muffara"; "Mountain Dew"; "Try a Little Bit Harder"; "Rusty Rails"; "Cold Cold Heart"; "Men With Broken Hearts"; "Jambalaya"; "Close To You"; "Does Your Chewing Gum Lose It's Flavour"; "She's My Girl"; "Ketchup Loves Tomatoes"; "I Fall Down and Go Boom"; "I Ain't Gonna Take It Sitting Down"; "Whenever I'm Away From You"; and "Whoever Finds This, I Love You".

Nov 6, 1970 - With Tommy Hunter, Ollie Strong, Jim Pirie, Al Cherny, Sanderlings, The Allen Sisters, The Rhythm Pals, and Big John McManaman. Songs include: "Don't Think Twice"; "Wildwood Flower"; "Mouth to Mouth Resuscitation"; "Everybody Needs Somebody"; "Someday Soon"; "Prairie Fire"; "Ain't It Funny How Time Slips Away"; a 5-string banjo solo; "Baby Baby"; "Jean"; "I'se the Bye"; "Our Road, The Flower Road"; and "Primrose Lane". The program finishes with a musical look at Sesame Street with the songs: "How To Get To Sesame Street"; "Alphabet Song"; "J Song"; "Rubber Ducky"; "2 Song"; and Teach Your Children Well".

Dec 11, 1970 - With Tommy Hunter, Al Cherny, The Rhythm Pals, The Allen Sisters, Bruce Cockburn, Jim Pirie, Quartet, and Jackie Allen. Songs include: "Rise and Shine"; "Kansas City Railroad Blues"; "Big Midnight Special"; "Together Alone"; "Life's Mysteries"; "Sunwheel Dance"; "Walk a Mile In My Shoes"; "El Condor"; "Learing To Play Guitar"; "What A Happy Day"; a medley of gospel songs; "I'm Satisfied"; "I'm Going to Carolina In My Mind"; "Love That Country Pie"; and "I'm Just One Song Away From Being Home".

Dec 25, 1970 - With Tommy Hunter, his wife Shirley, the cast members' children, The Allen Sisters, Al Cherny, Sanderlings, Elmer Isler and The Festival Singers, The Rhythm Pals, The Allen Sisters, and Bob Ryzika. This episode was the Christmas show. Songs include: "Happy Holidays"; "There's No Place Like Home For The Holidays"; "The Little Grey Donkey"; "Do You See What I See"; "I Heard The Bells on Christmas Day"; "Mary's Boy Child"; "Winter Wonderland"; "Jingle Bell Rock"; "Christmas Is For Children"; "Jesus Was Born on Christmas Day"; "Milk of Human Kindness"; "Merry Christmas Tom"; and "Throw Another Log On The Fire".

Jan 8, 1971 - With Tommy Hunter, Maurice Bolyer, The Allen Sisters, Gary Buck, Wilf Carter, The Rhythm Pals, Betty May, Al Cherny, and Gary Buck. Songs include: "Company's Comin'"; "Hey Mister Banjo"; "Somewhere My Love"; "Who Do You Think You Are"; "Calgary Alberta"; "Big In Vegas"; "Mr. Brown"; "Stand By Your Man"; "My Swiss Moonlight Lullaby"; "There's A Love Knot In My Lariat"; "Calgary"; "My Yodelling Swiss"; "Shoo Shoo Sha La La"; "Rainbow"; "Here Comes My Baby Back Again"; "Ida Red"; "Somewhere Between Memphis and Me"; and "For The Good Times".

Jan 29, 1971 - With Tommy Hunter, Cousin Clem, The Rhythm Pals, The Allen Sisters, Al Cherny, Debbie Lori Kaye, Gordie Tapp, and David Bradstreet. Songs include: "Phffft You Were Gone"; "Tiger Woman"; "The Bed Of Roses"; "Bile 'Em Cabbage"; "Think About Your Children"; a medley; "When My Blue Moon Turns To Gold Again"; "It's Impossible"; "First Thing Monday Morning"; "Lumber Jack Man"; a fiddle instrumental; "Let The Big Logs Roll"; "The Concertina Man"; "Many Others"; "Ashes of Love"; and "I Saw The Light".

Feb 12, 1971 - With Tommy Hunter, George Hamilton, Debbie Lori Kaye, The Rhythm Pals, Al Cherny, Gene McClellan, Jim Pirie, and The Allen Sisters. Songs include: "Travelling Man"; "Early Morning Rain"; "Did She Mention My Name"; "Something To Sing About"; a Canadian medley; "Lonesome River"; "The Call"; "Biding My Time"; "Snowbird"; "Canadian Pacific"; "Steel Rail Blues"; "Born With a Thorn In My Shoes"; "I'm Movin' On"; "Both Sides Now"; and "Put Your Hand In The Hand".

Apr 2, 1971 - With Tommy Hunter, Debbie Lori Kaye, Al Cherny, The Mercey Brothers, The Allen Sisters, Hank Snow, Jim Pirie, Mark Wald, and The Rhythm Pals. Songs include: "Amos Moses"; "Joshua"; "Cajun Fiddle"; "Down On The Bayou"; "Me and Bobby McGee"; "Who Wrote the Message On The Wall"; "Hello Mom"; "Now I'm In Love With You"; "Welcome To My World"; "Tangled Mind"; "In The Misty Moonlight"; I'se The Bye"; "She Was Like The Swallow"; "It's My Lazy Day"; "Squid Jigging Ground"; "Act Naturally"; an accordion solo; and "Don't It Make You Want to Go Home".

Apr 16, 1971 - With Tommy Hunter, The Rhythm Pals, Debbie Lori Kaye, The Allen Sisters, Bill Monroe, and The Earl Scruggs Revue. Songs include: "North Wind"; "North to Alaska"; "Squaws Along The Yukon"; "I Got Love"; "I Wonder How The Old Folks Are At Home"; "If You Could Read My Mind"; "Molly and Tenbrooks"; "Blue Moon of Kentucky"; "Uncle Pen"; "Lonesome Reuben"; "East Virginia"; "Paul and Silas"; "Heart of My Heart"; "Mister Sandman"; "Carolina In The Morning"; "Wait Till The Sun Shines Nellie"; "I Was Seeing Nellie Home"; "The Isle of St. James"; and "Daddy Was An Old Time Preacher Man".

Jun 11, 1971 - With Tommy Hunter, Myrna Lorrie, Debbie Lori Kaye, Shirley Eickhart, Moms Maybellie, and Judy LaMarsh. Songs include: "Wonderful World of Women"; "Help Me Make It Thru the Night"; "Country Girl and a City Man"; "Close Your Eyes"; "Two Lost Soles"; "Prairie Wind"; "Abraham, Martin and John"; "Faces"; "Everybody's Talkin'"; "I Remember It Well"; and "Where Are You Going".

Sep 17, 1971 - Guests: singers Orval Prophet, Pat Rose and Pat Hervey. (Repeat; 60 min.) Highlights: "Country Comfort," "Stranger in My Place" (Pat Rose), "Human Nature" (Orval), "Mighty Pretty Waltz," "When You Come to the End of a Perfect Day" (Tommy), "Happy Tracks," "Got to Move On," "The Race Is On," "Dear Hearts and Gentle People" (All).

Oct 1, 1971 - With Tommy Hunter, Maurice Bolyer, The Allen Sisters, The Rhythm Pals, Stompin' Tom Connors, and Al Cherny. Songs include: "Alabama Jubilee"; "Proud Mary"; a fiddle and banjo instrumental; "Waiting For the Robert E. Lee"; "Toot Toot Tootsie Goodbye"; "Oh Dem Golden Slippers"; "Bring Back Those Minstrel Days"; "Baby Loves The Rain"; "Tillsonberg"; "Going To Carolina In My Mind"; "Country Roads"; "Bill Jones General Store"; "Big Joe Mufferah"; "Johnny Chinook"; "You Gotta Have Boots"; "Those Boots Are Made For Walking"; "My Stompin' Ground"; a fiddle and banjo solo; "Sweet Carolina"; and "Come Back Home".

Oct 15, 1971 - With host Tommy Hunter, The Allen Sisters, Gene McClellan, The Rhythm Pals, and Juliette. The songs include: "I'm a Happy Man"; "What a Wonderful World"; "As Hard As I Try"; "Scarborough Fair"; "Welcome To My World"; "Let's Be Partners"; "Please Release Me"; "Your Cheatin' Heart"; "Oh Lonesome Me"; "Put Your Hand In The Hand"; "Biddin' My Time"; Over and Over"; "The Call"; "Tennessee Waltz"; "Brand New Tennessee Waltz"; "I Like The Waltz"; "While The Orchestra Played A Mighty Pretty Waltz"; "The Hand of Love"; and "It Is No Secret".

Nov 5, 1971 - Guests are Wilf Carter and Gordie Tapp

Dec 24, 1971 - With Tommy Hunter, The Rhythm Pals, The Allen Sisters, Al Cherny, Pat Hervey, Paul Kligman, and the Hunter family. This episode is the Christmas show. Songs include: "Lovely Weather For A Sleigh Ride"; "Together"; "Jingle Bells"; "Jingle Bell Rock"; "It's That Time of Year"; "Winter Wonderland"; "Frosty the Snowman"; "It's Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christmas"; "Sleigh Ride"; "White Christmas"; "Mary's Boy Child"; "Twelve Days of Christmas"; "A Christmas Gift"; "Little Toy Soldier"; "Heigh Ho"; "Simon Smith and His Dancing Bear"; "Toy Land"; "A Christmas Gift"; "If You Try"; "Deck The Halls"; "Virgin Mary Had One Son"; "Silent Night"; and "Joy To The World".

Dec 31, 1971 - With Tommy Hunter, The Rhythm Pals, The Allen Sisters, Maurice Bolyer, Pat Hervey, and Ray St. Germain. This episode is the New Years show. Songs include: "Old Pappy Time"; "Try a Little Kindness"; "Put A Little Love In Your Heart"; "The Old Piano Roll Blues"; "Happy Days are Here Again"; "Kiss An Angel Good Morning"; "Delta Baby"; "My Elusive Dreams"; "Talk It Over In The Morning"; "I Heard You Talking In Your Sleep"; "Thank You For The Good Times"; and a country medley.

Mar 17, 1972 - With Tommy Hunter, Al Cherny, The Rhythm Pals, Brian Crabb, The Allen Sisters, and Jim Pirie. Songs include: "Country Green"; "I Like Mountain Music"; "Hitch-hiker's Blues"; "Wake Up Darling Corey"; "Hard Time Blues"; "Mountain Dew"; "Turkey In The Straw"; "Ida Red"; "I Want To Be A Country Boy Again"; "Family Reunion"; "I'm My Own Grandpa"; "What A Photograph"; "I Got A Brand New Pair of Roller Skates"; "Muddy Bottom"; "El Condor Pas"; "Taking A Trip"; "Osher Benny"; "Old English Aire"; "Welsh Song"; "Men of Harlick"; "Yesterday When I Was Young"; "Today"; and "All Through The Night".

Sep 20, 1972 - Guest is Ferlin Husky, who sings "My Blue Moon Will Turn To Gold Again" and "I Can't Stop Loving You".

Sep 22, 1973 - With host and singer Tommy Hunter and his special guests Tanya Tucker and Bonnie Roberts. Also appearing are regular performers: The Rhytmn Pals, the Allan Sisters, Maurice Bolyer, and The O.K. Chorale.

Oct 4, 1973 - With host and singer Tommy Hunter and his special guests Dottie West, and Jim and Don Haggart. Regular performers also appear: The Rhythm Pals; The Allan Sisters; Al Cherny; Maurice Bolyer; and The O.K. Chorale.

Nov 2, 1973 - With host and singer Tommy Hunter. Special guests appearing are Stompin' Tom Connors, and Merna [Lorrie]; also, regular performers appear on the show, namely: The Rhythm Pals; The Allan Sisters; Al Cherny; Maurice Bolyer; and The O.K. Chorale.

Nov 9, 1973 - With host and singer Tommy Hunter and special guests Donna Ramsay and Lee Roy Anderson. Regular performers appear on the program also: The Rhythm Pals; The Allan Sisters; Al Cherny; Maurice Bolyer; and The O.K. Chorale.

Nov 16, 1973 - With host and singer Tommy Hunter and his special guests Jeannie Seely and Orval Prophet. The regular gang appear as well: The Rhythm Pals; The Allan Sisters; Al Cherny; Maurice Bolyer; and The O.K. Chorale.

Nov 23, 1973 - With host and singer Tommy Hunter and his special guest Jan Howard. Also appearing on the program are the regular performers, namely: The Rhythm Pals; The Allan Sisters; Al Cherny; Maurice Bolyer; and The O.K. Chorale.

Nov 30, 1973 - With host and singer Tommy Hunter and special guest Zeke Sheppard. Regular performers also appear on the program: The Rhythm Pals; The Allan Sisters; Al Cherny; Maurice Bolyer; and The O.K. Chorale.

Dec 2, 1973 - Christmas special featuring host and singer Tommy Hunter and regular performers The Rhythm Pals; The Allan Sisters; Al Cherny; Maurice Boyler; The O.K. Chorale; and all their families.

Dec 28, 1973 - With host and singer Tommy Hunter, featuring a New Year's special with regular performers The Rhythm Pals; The Allan Sisters; Al Cherny; Maurice Boyler; and The O.K. Chorale.

Jan 11, 1974 - A New Year's special in the Slavic tradition, of Tommy Hunter's country music television program with special guest Jan Howard and regular performers The Rhythm Pals; The Allan Sisters; Al Cherny; Maurice Bolyer; and The O.K. Chorale.

Jan 18, 1974 - With host and singer Tommy Hunter and his special guest Oscar Brand. Regular performers also appear on the show: The Rhythm Pals; The Allan Sisters; Al Cherny; Maurice Bolyer; and The O.K. Chorale.

Feb 8, 1974 - With host and singer Tommy Hunter and special guest star Blake Emmons. Also featured are The Rhythm Pals; The Allan Sisters; Al Cherny; Maurice Bolyer; and The O.K. Chorale.

Mar 1, 1974 - With host and singer Tommy Hunter and featured guests, Jud Strunk and the Blue Ridge Quartet. Also appearing are regular performers: The Rhythm Pals, The Allan Sisters, Al Cherny, and The O.K. Chorale.

Mar 8, 1974 - With singer and host Tommy Hunter and his guests Bill Anderson and Gloria Kaye. Regular performers also appear on the program, namely: The Rhythm Pals; The Allan Sisters; Al Cherny; Maurice Bolyer; and The O.K. Chorale.

Mar 15, 1974 - With host and singer Tommy Hunter and his special guest, the Irish folk singers Ryan's Fancy. Regular performers also appear on the program, namely, The Rhythm Pals; The Allan Sisters; Al Cherny; Maurice Bolyer; and The O.K. Chorale.

Mar 21, 1974 - With host and singer Tommy Hunter and his special guest Tommy Common. Also performing are regulars: The Rhythm Pals; The Allan Sisters; Al Cherny; Maurice Bolyer; and The O.K. Chorale.

Apr 26, 1974 - With singer Tommy Hunter and his special guest star Frankie Lane. Regular performers also appear on the show: The Rhythm Pals; The Allan Sisters; Al Cherny; Maurice Bolyer; and The O.K. Chorale.

May 3, 1974 - With host and singer Tommy Hunter, The Rhythm Pals, The Allan Sisters, and The O.K. Chorale, featuring special guest stars Jan Howard and Gordie Tapp. Included in the program are skits and a medley of Kris Kristofferson's songs.

May 10, 1974 - With host and singer Tommy Hunter, The Rhythm Pals, The Allan Sisters, The O.K. Chorale, Al Cherny, and Maurice Bolyer, featuring special guest stars Barbara Fairchild and Roy Saint-Germain.

May 17, 1974 - With host and singer Tommy Hunter and his special guests Roy Drusky and Debra Barber. Regular performers also appear on the program: The Rhythm Pals; The Allan Sisters; Al Cherny; Maurice Bolyer; and The O.K. Chorale.

May 31, 1974 - With host and singer Tommy Hunter and his special guest Tom T. Hall. Regular performers also appear on the program: The Rhythm Pals; The Allan Sisters; Al Cherny; and The O.K. Chorale.

Jun 7, 1974 - With host and singer Tommy Hunter and his special guest Johnny Paycheck. Also appearing are regular performers The Rhythm Pals; The Allan Sisters; Al Cherny; Maurice Boyler; and The O.K. Chorale.

Sep 24, 1976 - Singers Gloria Kaye, Donna Ramsey and Leroy Anderson join Tommy in his 12th-season opener. Al Cherny, Maurice Bolyer. (60 min.) Highlights: "Feeling Kind of Lucky," "Play Me" (Gloria); "I Won't Last a Day Without You," "Let It Shine" (Donna, Leroy); "Travelling Road Show Band," "Bouquet of Roses," "Anytime," "I Think It s Gonna Rain Today (Tommy); "Fire on the Mountain" (Al, Maurice).

Jan 20, 1977 - Bluegrass group the Good Brothers, Pauline Peterson and Myrna Lorrie join Tommy, Maurice Bolyer, Al Cherny and the OK Chorale. (60 min.)

Feb 25, 1977 - Tommy's guests are Elaine Overholt, Tim Daniels and Dave and Gail.

Apr 8, 1977 - Elaine Overholt, Stephanie Taylor and the Orpheus Choir join Tommy and the regulars tor a celebration of Easter and springtime. (90 min.) Highlights: "Glory Glory" (Elaine); "Reach Out," "I Don't Know How to Love Him" (Stephanie); "Old Rugged Cross," "Amazing Grace" (Tommy); "Morning Has Broken" . Allen Sisters "Jesus Christ Superstar" (OK Chorale); "How Great Thou Art" (Rhythm Pals).

Sep 30, 1977 - Guests Sylvia Tyson and fiddler Roy Worhurst join Tommy, Al Cherny, Donna and Leroy, Maurice Bolyer and the OK Chorale. (60 min.) Highlights: "Showboat Gambler," "Ramblin' Fever," "Burning Memories," "Pick Me Up on Your Way Down" (Tommy); "Mocking Bird" (Roy); "Orange Blossom Special" (Roy, Al); "Satisfied Mind" (Donna, Leroy); "Mountain Dew" (All).

Oct 7, 1977 - Guest Cindy Thorns joins Tommy, Al Cherny, Donna and Leroy, Maurice Bolyer, OK Chorale. (60 min.) Highlights: "I'm Gonna Write a Song," "Abilene," "When the Fiddler Packs His Case" (Tommy); "I'll Get Over You" (Cindy); "Let My Love Be Your Pillow," "Let the Four Winds Blow" (Donna, Leroy).

Oct 21, 1977 - Carroll Baker, Dick Damron and Cindy Thorns join Tommy, Al Cherny, Donna and Leroy, Maurice Bolyer and the OK Chorale. (60 min.) Highlights: "Morning After" (Carroll); "Susan Flowers" (Dick); "I'll Get Over You" (Cindy); "I'm Gonna Write a Song," "Abilene," "When the Fiddler Packs His Case" (Tommy).

Dec 16, 1977 - Singers Ray Price and Myrna Lorrie join Tommy, Al Cherny, Donna and Leroy, Maurice Bolyer and the OK Chorale. (60 min.)
Highlights "Tennessee Waltz," "I'll Be Your Baby Tonight," "Precious Memories" (Tommy); "Born to Love Me," "For the Good Times" (Ray); "Love Is a Rose," "Making Believe" (Myrna); "Lonesome Me" (Tommy, Ray); "More to Me" (Donna, Leroy).

Oct 27, 1978 - Guests: Sheila Ann, Bob Van Dyke, and the winners of Regina's Big Country Music Awards.

Dec 29, 1978 - Guests include John Allan Cameron, Nancy Ryan, The Cape Breton Symphony, and Red Rock Hotel. Donna and Lee Roy, Al Cherny and the O.K. Chorale. (60 min.) Highlights: "Tie Me Down," "Three-legged
Man" (John); "I Want to Be Bad" (Nancy); "I Just Want to Be with You" (Red Rock Hotel); "Movin' On," "Dreaming My Dreams with You," "It Is No Secret" (Tommy).

Jan 12, 1979 - Guests include Al Clouston.

Feb 9, 1979 - Guests: Tommy Common, Rebecca Penny, Red Shea.

Mar 15, 1979 - Guests: Johnny Paycheck, Brenda Lee and Linda Lane. Donna and Lee Roy, Al Cherny, O.K. Chorale. (60 min.) Highlights: "The Outlaw's Prayer" (Johnny); "Maybellene" (Johnny, Tommy); "Johnny One Time," "Jambalaya" (Brenda); "Too Fast for Rapid City" (Linda); "Lovin' On" (Donna, Lee Roy); "I'm a Ramblin' Man," "If You've Got the Money, I've Got the Time" (Tommy).

Apr 6, 1979 - Scheduled: Stella Parton, David Houston and the Cement City Stompers. Donna and Lee Roy, Al Cherny and the O.K. Chorale. (60 min.) Highlights: "East to Love," "Stormy Weather" (Stella); "Almost Persuaded," "Best Friends Make the Worst Enemies" (David); "Have You Seen My Chicken?" (Stompers); "I Had a Lovely Time"(Donna, Lee Roy); "Gimme Back My Blues," "Hillbilly Fever," "Old Man from the Mountain" (Tommy).

Oct 19, 1979 - Tommy's guests tonight are Keith Hitchner, Donna and Leroy, Ronnie Prophet, Buck Owens and Chris Nielsen.

Nov 23, 1979 - Tommy welcomes guests Johnny Paycheck, Don Cochrane, Audie Henry and regulars Al Cherny, Donna and Leroy and the O.K. Chorale.

Dec 7, 1979 - Guests: singers Billy "Crash" Crad-dock, Marie Bottrell, Brian Edwards and Louise Rockwood and banjo player Tim Allan. Donna and LeRoy, Al Cherny, O.K. Chorale. (60 min.) Highlights: "Rub It In," "Till I Stop Shaking" (Billy); "I Just Want You to Hold Me" (Marie); "Put Another Log on the Fire" (Brian, Louise); "I'm Gonna Write a Song," "The Old Account Was Settled Long Ago" (Tommy).

Dec 14, 1979 - Tommy welcomes guests the Kendalls, Gary Buck, Julie Lynn, and the regulars Al Cherny, Donna and Leroy and the O.K. Chorale.

Dec 21, 1979 - Guests: the Hames Sisters, Stephanie Taylor, the Canadian Children's Choir of Toronto, and banjo players Sally Shortt, Paul Hudspith and Tim Allan. Donna and LeRoy, Al Cherny, the O.K. Chorale. (60 min.) Highlights: "It Just Would Not Be Christmas Without You" (Tommy); "A Whistle and a Whisker Away" (Sisters); "Santa and the Kids" (Stephanie); "Dueling Banjos" (Sally, Paul, Tim, LeRoy); "Little Toy Train" (Donna, LeRoy).

Dec 28, 1979 - With guests Conway Twitty, George Hamilton IV, Rebecca Penney, Gilles Roy and Donna Lowe.

Jan 4, 1980 - Tommy's guests tonight are Tommy Cash, Ronnie Kartman and Bonita Savard.

Jan 18, 1980 - Guests: Conway Twitty, the Cement City Stompers, Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown and Laurie Thain. Donna and LeRoy, Al Cherny. (60 min.) Highlights: "Someone to Give My Love To," "Detour" (Tommy); "Gigolo" (Stompers); "Caldonia" (Clarence); "Sweet Sweet Smile" (Laurie); "Let's Take the Time to Fall in Love
Again" (Donna, LeRoy).

Feb 15, 1980 - Tommy's guests tonight are John Allan Cameron, Glory-Anne Carriere, Mike Degazio and Donny and Gina Gilchrist.

Feb 29, 1980 - Guests; Kitty Wells and Johnny and Bobby Wright, the Good Brothers, Laurie Thain. Donna and LeRoy, Al Cherny, O.K. Chorale. (60 min.) Highlights: "Release Me" (Kitty); "Poison Love," "I Saw the Light" (Kitty, Johnny, Bobby); "I'm Going Back to Old Kentucky" (Good Brothers); "Half the Way" (Laurie); "I Could Sure Use the Feeling," "Six String Tennessee Flat Top" (Tommy).

Sep 19, 1980 - Season Debut. The country music show begins its 15th season with guests Glen Campbell and George Hamilton IV and regulars Donna and LeRoy, and Al Cherny. (60 min.) Highlights: "Honky Tonk Blues" (Tommy); "Southern Nights" (Glen); "Spin, Spin" (George); "Brown's Ferry Blues" (Tommy, Glen, George).

Oct 17, 1980 - Tommy's guests are Don Cochrane, Cassandra Leigh and Bill Carlisle. Donna and LeRoy, Al Cherny, and the O.K. Chorale. (60 min.) Highlights: "Old Flames Can't Hold a Candle to You" (Donna, LeRoy); "Your Good Girl's Gonna Go Bad" (Cassandra); "The Eagle" (Don); "Bile 'Em Cabbage Down" (Al); "The Way I Am." "In the Summertime" (Tommy). [Postponed from last week]

Oct 31, 1980 - Tommy's special guests tonight are Canadian country legend Hank Snow, all time favourite Gordie Tapp and dancers The Festival Four, with regulars Al Cherny, Donna & Leroy, Scarborough Fair, the OK Chorale and Red Shea and the Travellin' Men.

Nov 14, 1980 - Guests: Roy Acuff, Jacky Ward, Bonita Savard and Jamie Dennis (60 min.) Highlights: "It's like We Never Said Goodbye" (Bonita); "That's the Way a Cowboy Rocks and Rolls" (Jacky); "Six Pack to Go," "Wabash Cannonball" (Roy); "Black Mountain Rag" (Jamie); "Take Me in Your Arms and Hold Me" (Donna, LeRoy).

Dec 12, 1980 - Guests: Glen Campbell, Paul Hann. Pat Hatherly, Brian Edwards and Louise Rockwood. Al Cherney, Donna and LeRoy, Scarborough Fair, the O.K. Chorale and Red Shea and the Travellin' Men. (60 min.) Highlights: "Rhinestone Cowboy" (Glen); "Hometown Hero" (Paul); "That Lovin' You Feelin' Again" (Brian, Louise); "Hotel Eldorado" (Pat); "Showboat Gambler" (Tommy); "Don't Worry bout the Mule" (All).

Dec 19, 1980 - Guests include Carroll Baker, Tommy Common, the Canadian Children's Choir and the Stratford Rainbow Squares. Donna and LeRoy, and Scarborough Fair. (60 min.) Highlights: "Mary's Boy Child" (Tommy Hunter); "Hark, the Herald Angels Sing" (Choir); "What Child Is This?" (Tommy Common); "Scarlet Ribbons" (Carroll).

Dec 26, 1980 - Tommy and regulars welcome guest Hank Thompson, The Homes Sisters, Harold MacIntyre and Linda Layne.

Jan 2, 1981 - Joining Tommy Hunter and the regular crew are special guests Billy Grammer, Laura Vinson, Norm Rooke and the Protoneer Paraders.

Jan 9, 1981 - Joining Tommy Hunter and the gang are special guests Mel Tillis, Murna Lorrie, Mike Degazio and Station Road.

Jan 16, 1981 - Joining Tommy, Al Cherny, the OK Chorale, Donna and LeRoy, Red Shea and the Travellin' Men and Scarborough Fair are special guests John Conlee, Stephanie Taylor, Bobby Bare and Cedar Creek.

Jan 23, 1981 - Joining Tommy, Al Cherny, the OK Chorale, Donna and LeRoy, Red Shea and the Travellin' Men and Scarborough Fair are special guests Roy Acuff, Wilf Carter, Bobby McGee and Bruce, Joe and Mike.

Jan 30, 1981 - Joining Tommy and regulars Al Cherny, the OK Chorale, Donna and LeRoy, Red Shea and the Travellin' Men and Scarborough Fair are special guests Razzy Bailey, Dick Damron, Festival Four and Cassandra Leigh.

Feb 6, 1981 - Joining Tommy and regulars Al Cherny, the OK Chorale, Donna and LeRoy, Red Shea and the Travellin' Men and Scarborough Fair are special guests Jim and Jessie and the Virginia Boys, Tom Daniels, Joyce Everson and Donnie Poirier.

Feb 13, 1981 - Joining Tommy and the gang, Al Cherny, the OK Chorale, Donna and LeRoy, Red Shea and the Travellin' Men and Scarborough Fair are special guests Mickey Gilley, Don Gibson, Kristy Lynn and Kelly Hoppe.

Feb 20, 1981 - Tommy's guests tonight are Tammy Wynette, Desmond Joe White, Iris Larratt and Billy Meek.

Mar 20, 1981 - Tonight's guests are The Kendalls, The Good Brothers, Lucille Starr and George Lindsey.

Nov 20, 1981 - SEASON DEBUT. Gordon Lightfoot, pop star Debby Boone, country entertainer Jim Stafford, RPM Big Country Award Winner Terry Carisse and The Festival Four, four lovely step-dancers from Stratford are guests on tonight's show, debuting the 17th season on CBC-TV. Weekly regulars returning to the show are the singing team of Donna Ramsey and Leroy Anderson, Canada's top fiddle player Al Cherny and new this year, a lively country music group Whiskey Howl.

Nov 27, 1981 - Jeannie C. Riley, Diamond Joe White and Eddy Arnold join regulars Donna and Leroy, Al Cherny and the group Whiskey Jack. (60 min.) Highlights: "Rise and Shine," "This Little Light of Mine," "Tennessee Stud" (Tommy); "Anytime" (Eddy).

Dec 4, 1981 - Tonight's guests are Deborah Allen, Gail Davies, Norm Rooke, and Conway Twitty. Highlights: "If You've Got the Money, I've Got the Time," "Don't It Make You Want to Go Home" (Tommy); "Tight Fittin' Jeans," "Fifteen Years Ago" (Conway); "Don't Let Me Cross Over" (Tommy and Deborah).

Dec 11, 1981 - Porter Wagoner, Ernest Tubb, Glory-Anne Carriere and Harold McIntyre are the guests. Donna and Leroy, Al Cherny. Whiskey Jack. (60 min.) Highlights: "Why Don't You Love Me," "Dixie on My Mind" (Tommy); "Old Slew-Foot" (Porter); "Walkin' the Floor Over You" (Ernest).

Dec 18, 1981 - With regulars Donna Ramsey and Leroy Anderson, Canada's top fiddle player Al Cherny and country music group Whiskey Jack. Tonight's guests are: from Nashville, a country/rock band Alabama; Connie Cato; From Calgary, Iris Larratt; and Peter Chipman.

Dec 25, 1981 - Tommy is host to a very special reunion of the original cast of Country Hoedown plus the Schryers. Gordie Tapp, Tommy Common, Lorraine Foreman, King Ganam and the Hames Sisters join regulars Donna and LeRoy, fiddler Al Cherny, the OK Chorale and Whiskey Jack to celebrate Christmas.

Jan 1, 1982 - Tommy celebrates New Year's Day with guests Carroll Baker. Razzy Bailey and Bruce Dewar. Regulars Donna and LeRoy, fiddler Al Cherny, the OK Chorale and Whiskey Jack also appear.

Jan 8, 1982 - Guest: Jim Stafford, Myrna Lorrie, April Joy Edwards and the Split Rail Steppers. Also featured are regulars Donna and LeRoy, Whiskey Jack, the OK Chorale and fiddler Al Cherny.

Feb 26, 1982 - Joining Tommy this evening are Ian Tyson, Chris Whitely and Caitlin Hanford, Lois Garrity and Wendy Holcombe

Mar 5, 1982 - George Hamilton IV, Kristy Lynn, Don Reynolds and John Allan Cameron are Tommy's special guests tonight.

Mar 12, 1982 - Tommy's guests this evening include Lucille Starr, Janie Fricke and George Cadden, with regulars Donna and Leroy, Al Cherny, the OK Chorale and Whiskey Jack.

Mar 19, 1982 - Jimmy Dickens, Dave Thompson, Terri Gibbs and Little Shay join Tommy tonight, along with all the regulars.

Nov 19, 1982 - Guests: The Kendalls, David Frizzell, Glory-Anne Carriere, Robb Maclag, Grandpa Jones.

Dec 3, 1982 - Tommy's guests include Charley Pride, Connie Cato, Bob Lucier, the DiBlasi twins and Grandpa Jones. Al Cherny, Donna and LeRoy. (60 min.) Highlights: "I Don't Think She's in Love Anymore (Charlie); Hey, Good Lookin'" (Connie); "Double Trouble" (Bob); 8 More Miles to Louisville" (Grandpa).

Dec 10, 1982 - Tommy welcomes Reba McEntire, Porter Wagoner, Barbi Benton, Ron Kalmakoff and Billy Meek. Al Cherny. Donna and LeRoy. (60 min.) Highlights: "I'm Not That Lonely Yet" (Reba); "I've Enjoyed as Much of This as I Can Stand" (Porter); "Even the Nights Are Better" (Barbi); "Take Me Back" (Ron); "Got Leavin' on Her Mind." "The
Happiness of Having You" (Tommy).

Dec 17, 1982 - Tommy welcomes "Little" Jimmy Dickens, Connie Cato, Bill Anderson, Ray St. Germain and Stephanie Taylor. Donna and LeRoy, Whiskey Jack and Al Cherny. (60 min.) Highlights: "Blue Ridge Mountain Home" (Jimmy, Whiskey Jack); "I've Been Loved" (Connie); "Still," "You Turn the Light On" (Bill); "I Feel Better" (Ray); "Baby, We're Ready in Love" (Tommy).

Dec 24, 1982 - The Christmas show features a reunion of the original "Country Hoedown" cast, including Gordie Tapp, King Ganam, Tommy Common, the Hames Sisters and Lorraine Foreman, as well as clips from the series. Donna and LeRoy, Al Cherny, Whiskey Jack and the OK Chorale. (Repeat; 60 min.) Highlights: "My Best to You" (Lorraine); "What Child is This?" (Tommy Common).

Dec 31, 1982 - Tommy welcomes Rex Allen Jr., Pat Boone, Tracy Young and Pat Buttram, Whiskey Jack, Donna and LeRoy, Al Cherny. (60 min.) Highlights: "Ride Cowboy Ride" (Rex); "Texas Women" (Pat Boone); "Make Me a Pallet on the Floor" (Pat Buttram, Whiskey Jack); "Rise and Shine" and a medley of Hank Williams' songs (Tommy).

Feb 4, 1983 - Guests: Stonewall Jackson, Glen Campbell, Sylvia, Pat Hill.

Mar 4, 1983 - Guests: Diamond Joe White, Billy Meek, Mickey Gilley, The Kendalls.

Mar 11, 1983 - Tommy welcomes country guests Floyd King, Eddy Eastman, Eddy Arnold, Jim Stafford and Maria Bottrell. Music includes Come On Home To Nova Scotia (Floyd King); Frankie & Johnnie (Whiskey Jack and Jim Stafford); Loving You, Needing You and Lost In Your Love (Eddy Eastman), Bouquet of Roses (Tommy); Welcome To My World and Mountain Dew (Eddy Arnold); and I Think About Your Lovin' (Marie Bottrell).

Mar 25, 1983 - Tommys special guests tonight are Mel Tillis, Debbie Boone, Tim Daniels, and Kirstin Campbell. Selections include: Prisoner In Disguise (Debbie Boone); Empty Vessel (Tim Daniels); Southern Rains (Mel Tillis); He's A Heartache (Kirstin Campbell); Rose of San Antoine (Tim Daniels); Forgive Me For Giving You The Blues (Mel Tillis); and A Fool Such As I (Tommy).

Feb 10, 1984 - Country music with Tommy Hunter and guests Terri Gibbs, Tom T. Hall. T.G. Sheppard, The Ontario Rhythm Cloggers, Anita Perras and The Stoneman Family.

Feb 17, 1984 - Tommy and regulars Al Cherny, Donna & LeRoy, The Travelling Men and the OK Chorale welcome Terry Sumsion, Gordie Tapp, Michael Murphey, Charly McClain and Kristy Lynne.

Feb 24, 1984 - Tommy and the regulars welcome guests Lee Marlow, Seldom Scene, Earl Thomas Conley. The Paul Brothers, Yvonne Murray and Whiskey Jack.

Oct 12, 1984 - Tommy Hunter Show 20th Anniversary

Dec 14, 1984 - Tommy's guests tonight are Glen Campbell, Boxcar Willie, Tom Bresh, David Frizzell and Susan Tyler.

Jan 11, 1985 - Tommy's guests tonight are Ed Bruce, Cousin Clem, John Conlee and Mel Tillis.

Nov 15, 1985 - This week Tommy welcomes guests Janie Fricke. Ronnie Hawkins, The Good Brothers. Little Jimmy Dickens, Ginny Mitchell, along with regulars Donna and LeRoy Anderson, Al Cherny, Red Shea and The Travelling Men and the OK Chorale.

Dec 13, 1985 - Guests: Larry Gatlin & the Gatlin Brothers, Murray McLauchlan, the Forester Sisters, Wayne Thompson, the Geezinslaw Brothers.

Feb 28, 1986 - Guests: Terri Gibbs, Tom T. Hall, T.G. Sheppard, the Ontario Rhythm Cloggers, Anita Perras and the Stoneman Family. (R)

Mar 14, 1986 - Guests: Johnny Cash, June Carter, George Hamilton IV, Paul Brodie, Billy Meek, Tia Hofgraf. (R)

Oct 24, 1986 - Guests: Johnny Cash, the Carter Family, Terry Carisse, Chris Krienke, comedian Tim Stivers.

Nov 21, 1986 - Guests: Glen Campbell, Bobby Bare, Laura Vinson, Tim Stivers, the Ontario Rhythm Cloggers.

Dec 19, 1986 - Christmas special. Tommy welcomes special guest stars Marie Osmond, Danny Cooksey and Minnie Pearl and regulars Al Cherny, Donna and Leroy Anderson, Red Shea and the Travellin' Men and The OK Chorale, along with featured guests The Canadian Children's Choir. Tommy sings I Heard The Bells On Christmas Day and The Gift of Christmas Love. Marie Osmond sings Merry Christmas Darling and is joined by Tommy for a merry duet of Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas and Christmas Time's A Coming. Danny Cooksey performs Merry Christmas Santa and is joined by Tommy and The Childlren's Choir for a rousing rendition of Jingle Bells. Other musical selections include a medley of Christmas carols — O Little Town of Bethlehem and Joy to the World and the entire cast performs Silent Night, O Come All Ye Faithful, Deck The Halls and Carol of the Bells. A highlight of this year's Christmas show is a moviette called Minnie's Christmas Carol, a new version of the old Scrooge story, narrated by Minnie Pearl.

Nov 5, 1987 - Guests: Exile, the Kendalls, Connie Smith, Ronn Lucas and Stew Clayton.

Dec 3, 1987 - Guests: Tanya Tucker, Tim Stivers, Ian Tyson and the Whites

Dec 17, 1987 - Guests Crystal Gayle and the Gatlin Brothers perform a variety of Christmas songs including "Christmas Country Style", "The First Noel" and "Sweet Baby Jesus".

Oct 8, 1988 - (Season Premiere) Tommy Hunter begins the 24th season of his country-variety show. Guests: Loretta Lynn, Conway Twitty, Carroll Baker, Wayne Rostad and Patricia Conroy.

Jan 14, 1989 - Guests: Gordie Tapp, the Razorbacks, Mike O'Reilly, Patrick Norman and Jocelyn Worrell.

Mar 11, 1989 - Guests: George Jones, Sylvia Tyson, Lucille Starr, Roger Whittaker, Ron Neilson.

Dec 2, 1989 - Guests: Garth Brooks, Emmylou Harris, Melinda Jewel, and the Cape Breton Fiddlers.

Dec 9, 1989 - Guests: Glen Campbell, Lori Yates, Susan Norfleet, Jo-El Sonnier, Rena Gaile.

Dec 23, 1989 - Guests for the holiday theme show the Gatlin Brothers and Crystal Gayle.

Feb 10, 1990 - Guests: Myrna Lorne, Susan Norfleet, the McCarters, Steve Wariner, and Caralee Conradson.

Feb 24, 1990 - Guests: Irish Rovers, Suzy Bogguss, Susan Norfleet, Skip Ewing and Cameron Molloy.

Nov 13, 1990 - Guests: Baillie and the Boys; Charlie Louvin; Lisa Brokop; Charlie Major; Ray Price.

Nov 30, 1991 - Scheduled: Paul Overstreet; Lee Roy Parnell; Colleen Peterson; Mary Lynn Renn; Tebeh Ottoh.

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