lawrence welk show pbs schedule (2022) (2022)

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Lawrence Welk's Premiere Show (1955) (#1601) "Say It with Music" opens this very first national television broadcast of the the Lawrence Welk Show. Songs from the Movies (1980) (#1602) Some of your favorite songs and themes from movies are heard in this entertaining show.

  • Lawrence Welk's Premiere Show (1955) (#1601)

    "Say It with Music" opens this very first national television broadcast of the the Lawrence Welk Show.

  • Songs from the Movies (1980) (#1602)

    Some of your favorite songs and themes from movies are heard in this entertaining show.

  • Down on the Farm (1973) (#1603)

    "How Ya Gonna Keep 'Em Down on the Farm" gets us rolling on this "farm" show that aired first in 1973.

  • Easy Listening (1980) (#1604)

    "Sweet and Lovely" opens the show and sets the mood for the following hour.

  • Salute to the U.S. A. (1971) (#1605)

    This was the first show on the newly forms Welk Syndication after the cancellation by ABC.

  • Salute to the Senior Citizens (1981) (#1606)

    This tune filled tribute to the "young at heart" is filled with wonderful melodies, starting with "Dearie".

  • County Fair (1975) (#1607)

    What would a county fair be without "Cotton Candy and a Toy Balloon"? Bob Ralston delights with "The Merry-Go-Round Broke Down", Arthur Duncan invites everyone to "Meet Me In St.

  • We Can Make Music (1973) (#1608)

    The band excels on "The Good Life", while Clay Hart sings "Tie A Yellow Ribbon".

  • You're Never Too Young (1981) (#1609)

    This program was based on Lawrence Welk's book of the same name.

  • Halloween (1975) (#1610)

    Larry Hooper gets things underway in this Halloween show singing "This Old House" with the aid of some friendly ghosts.

  • Tribute to Fred Astaire (1980) (#1611)

    "S'Wonderful" is the perfect choice to open a show saluting the great Fred Astaire.

  • Youman's Salute (1971) (#1612)

    This show features the score from the Broadway musical "No, No, Nanette" and the entire cast gets into the act for one of the greatest finales in the history of the Lawrence Welk Show.

  • Thanksgiving (1981) (#1613)

    "There's No Place Like Home For The Holidays" sets the mood for this holiday show.

  • Highways and Byways (1981) (#1614)

    This show from 1981 starts out "On The Street Where You Live" and takes us all the way to New Orleans and the "South Rampart Street Parade".

  • Do You Remember? (1974) (#1615)

    You'll probably remember every song on this show from "Que Sera, Sera" to "The Girl That I Marry".

  • Winter (1967) (#1616)

    The Champagne Music Makers present a "Winter Show" as they sing "Button Up Your Overcoat", JoAnn Castle goes all out on "Skater's Boogie", and the Lennon sisters sing one of their favorites - "It's A Marshmallow World".

  • Salute to Nat King Cole (1973) (#1617)

    This program is a tribute to the unforgettable songs of Nat "King" Cole.

  • Christmas (1966) (#1618)

    We go back to 1966 to celebrate Christmas with Lawrence, his Musical Family, and their families.

  • New Year's (1970) (#1619)

    From "This Could Be The Start of Something Big" to "Auld Lang Syne", this show is filled with happy holiday nostalgia.

  • Broadway Musicals (1971) (#1620)

    A Champagne salute to Broadway musicals, this show features the great songs from 'The Sound of Music", and "My Fair Lady".

  • 200 Years of American Music - Part 1 (1976) (#1621)

    Lawrence and his Musical Family tell the history of America from folk songs to pop tunes.

  • 200 Years of American Music - Part 2 (1976) (#1622)

    On this second part of Lawrence's salute to the Bicentennial Guy and Ralna sing "Love Nest", and "I Can't Help Falling In Love With You".

  • The Italian Show (1966) (#1623)

    Aladdin, the show's resident Italian, acts as the host for much of this show - and he does it with humor and verve.

  • Salute to Sinatra (1978) (#1624)

    This show features some of the great songs that have marked Sinatra's journey through the nation's musical life.

  • Mardi Gras (1966) (#1625)

    On this 1966 show we're invited to "Come To The Mardi Gras", the Lennon Sisters sing a whimsical "I Dreamed", and Natalie Nevins does a beautiful rendition of "Mr.

  • Salute to New York City (1977) (#1626)

    From the opening number, "New York, New York" to the finale - a toe tapping medley of "The Bowery" and "Sidewalks of New York", this show moves with the hustle and excitement of the Big Apple itself.

  • Big Band Days (1973) (#1627)

    Lawrence has fun tracking down the origin of contemporary songs adapted from the classics.

  • Grammy Award Songs (1974) (#1628)

    This 1974 show salutes the songs the recording industry has called the "best".

  • Keep A Song In Your Heart (1968) (#1629)

    In this show Myron Floren and JoAnn Castle team up for a rare accordion duet, Bob Ralston joins Bobby & Cissy for the 'Warsaw Concerto", and Arthur Duncan is "Runnin' Wild".

  • Irish Show (1979) (#1630)

    "It's A Great Day For The Irish" on this 1979 show.

  • The Norma Zimmer Show (1965) (#1631)

    Norma passed away in 2011 and this show is a tribute to her in the truest sense.

  • Easter (1979) (#1632)

    This show from 1979 opens with "Easter Parade" as pretty girls in gay nineties finery stroll on a flower-bedecked set with their handsome escorts.

  • April Showers (1967) (#1633)

    This is the perfect show to welcome Spring!

  • Hooray for Hollywood (1975) (#1634)

    "Take Your Girlie To The Movies" opens the show.

  • Sights and Sounds of L.A. (1979) (#1635)

    On this 1979 show you'll hear from Lawrence and the Band in a lively updated version of "Up A Lazy River" while Bobby & Barbara dancingly give you an idea of just what "L.

  • Great Entertainers (1981) (#1636)

    This show salutes show business greats like George M.

  • Salute to Cole Porter (1973) (#1637)

    The irresistibly joyful song "Wunderbar" opens this sparkling tribute to the music of Cole Porter.

  • Mother's Day (1956) (#1638)

    This black and white classic aired for the first time in 1966.

  • Childhood Memories (1972) (#1639)

    "Those Were The Days" sets the tone for this look back at our favorite memories from childhood.

  • Salute to the Armed Forces (1968) (#1640)

    Jack Imel does his hosting duties on this show from the Veterans' Memorial Museum in Branson, Missouri.

  • Famous Resorts (1972) (#1641)

    If you're ready to say "Let's Get Away From It All", come along with us!

  • My Blue Heaven (1964) (#1642)

    On this show JoAnn Castle makes "Hello Dolly" come alive and Arth;ur Duncan is a stand out with his tribute to Bill "Bojangles" Robinson.

  • Harry Warren Salute (1972) (#1643)

    This 1972 salute to the music of Harry Warren opens with "Lullabye of Broadway".

  • Country and Western (1968) (#1644)

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  • Hometown Band (1968) (#1645)

    This show boasts an eclectic mix of musical styles including the polka, waltz, country, Broadway, and patriotic songs.

  • Strike Up The Band (1964) (#1646)

    This show is a classic black and white program from 1964.

  • The Great Gershwin (1972) (#1647)

    When this 1972 show opens with "Of Thee I Sing" you know that wonderful music will follow.

  • From Polkas to Classics (1967) (#1648)

    The Band opens this show with the "Pennsylvania Polka" and the Lennon Sisters follow with a wistfully lovely "Serenade of the Bells".

  • Henry Mancini-Johnny Mercer (1973) (#1649)

    Henry Mancini plays "The Days Of Wine And Roses" on this very special salute.

  • Small Town, U.S.A. (1969) (#1650)

    Myron Floren hosts this 1969 show that really showcases the talents of costumer Rose Weiss and the glorious sets of Chuck Coon.

  • Can't Help Singing (1966) (#1651)

    This program from 1966 is filled with memorable melodies.

  • Those Were The Days (1975) (#1652)

    You'll find nothing but good old songs on this 1975 show.

  • Hawaii (#1701)

    Guest: Charlotte Harris. Soft winds, dreamy songs, catamarans skimming over blue waters, and the haunting music of Hawaii permeates this outstanding show.

  • Occupations (#1702)

    Guest: Jack lmel. Lawrence and his Musical Family go to work!

  • School Days (#1703)

    Guest: Myron Floren & Family. Myron Floren hosts "School Days" and enjoys hearing the special memories of his four Burgess grandchildren who coax him to play their favorite songs.

  • Big City, U.S.A (#1704)

    Host: Bobby Burgess. Favorite songs that represent cities, states and other geographical sites are featured in "Big City, U.

  • Fashions and Hits Through The Years (#1705)

    Host: Mary Lou Metzger. This show chronicles the changes in fashions coupled with the changing musical styles from the 20's through the '50s with songs like "Alice Blue Gown" sung by Norma Zimmer.

  • The French Show (#1706)

    Guest: Janet Lennon. This black and white classic features Aladdin giving Janet Lennon a "French Lesson" and Jimmy Roberts asking "Where Is Your Heart".

  • The Songs of Jimmy McHugh (#1707)

    Guest: Ralna English. 1980 A 1980 saute to the songs of Jimmy McHugh includes Lawrence leading the band on "I Feel A Song Coming On", Ralna sings "Don't Blame Me", Arthur Duncan taps his way through "Doin' The New Lowdown" and the band and cast discovers "A Lovely Way To Spend An Evening".

  • Musical Memories (#1708)

    Guest: Kathy Lennon. On this musical memory filled show Andra Willis sings "Love Me With All Your Heart", Bob Ralston plays a classic arrangement of "I Will Wait For You", and the Lennon Sisters ask "Where Are The Words".

  • Musical Tour of Europe (#1709)

    Guest: Guy Hovis Airs. Lawrence and the gang take a musical trip to Europe.

  • Halloween (#1710)

    Host: Jack Imel. Myron, Bobby & Cissy perform "Dancin' the Devil Away", Anacani sings "Magic Is The Moonlight", and Ava sings "The Wayward Wind" on this show from 1978.

  • The California Show (#1711)

    Guest: Margaret Heron. This show pays tribute to the amazing vacation destinations in California.

  • Salute to Famous Musical Families (#1712)

    Host: Anacani. While hosting this "Salute to Famous Musical Families", Anacani also shares some of her own family's favorite foods.

  • U.S. Tour (#1713)

    Guest: Tanya Roberts. As Lawrence says in his opening remarks, he's played almost every small town in the U.

  • Thanksgiving America, The Melting Pot (#1714)

    Host: Clay and Salli Hart. This show is a tribute to the native countries of the many immigrants that settled in this country.

  • The New York Show (#1715)

    Host: Big Tiny Little. This is the only show ever taped in New York City, so what could be a more perfect opener than "Manhattan"!

  • Southtown, U.S.A (#1716)

    Host: Barbara Boylan. The Mills Brothers guest on this classic black and white show from 1964, and of course they delight with their hit, "Paper Doll".

  • Pleasant Dreams (#1717)

    Guest: Big Tiny Little. This black and white classic opens with Lawrence and the Band performing "Cheek To Cheek", the Lennon Sisters sing "Til The End Of Time", and Dick Dale wants "One Dozen Roses".

  • Christmas (#1718)

    Hosts: Norma, Randy, and Mark Zimmer. Week of December 21-27, 1972 This program opens with Lawrence joining the gang for "Jingle Bells".

  • New Years (#1719)

    Guest: Bob Ralston. Bob Ralston makes New Year's Eve a family affair with his wife, daughter and grandson.

  • Transportation (#1720)

    Guest: Ken Delo. The Musical Family has fun paying tribute to various forms of transportation, from the opening number "Gotta Travel On" with everyone on three wheeled bikes!

  • This Colorful World (#1721)

    Guest: Sandi Griffiths. This light-hearted show features songs with "colors" in their titles.

  • Indiana (#1722)

    Guest: Norma Zimmer. This week's show, hosted by Champagne Lady Norma Zimmer, features a special salute to the "Indianapolis 500", the exciting and popular auto race.

  • Musical Masterpieces (#1723)

    Guest: Johnny Zell. This show opens with an undisputed masterpiece- George Gershwin's "Rhapsody In Blue".

  • The Southern Show (#1724)
  • Love Songs (#1725)

    Host: Mary Lou. This show is all about L-0-V-E!

  • Songs By Johnny Mercer (#1726)

    Guest: Guy Hovis. Lawrence and the gang salute the genius of Johnny Mercer on this show from 1976.

  • Tribute to the Swing and Sweet Bands (#1727)

    Guest: Ava Barber. On this show the Aldridge Sisters and the Otwell Twins delight with "Don't Sit Under The Apple Tree, Ava gives us her own rendition of "Heartaches", and Tom Netherton reminds us "You're Nobody Til Somebody Loves You".

  • Top Songs from Broadway Musicals (#1728)

    Host: Mary Lou Metzger. On this salute to the "Great White Way", Norma sings "Til There Was You" from The Music Man, Arthur makes "Hello Dolly" come alive, and Joe Feeney sings the haunting "Sunrise, Sunset" from Fiddler On The Roof.

  • Rhythm Is Our Business (#1729)

    Host: Bobby Burgess. Lawrence kicks off this show with an aptly titled "Rhythm Is Our Business" and to add a blazing blonde streak of excitement, presents super-talented Barbara Mandrell as his guest star.

  • Movie Songwriters (#1730)

    Host: Bobby Burges. "Moon River", one of the most loved songs from the movies opens this 1981 program.

  • Songs of the 70's (#1731)

    Host: Mary Lou. The 1970's come to life with "Tie A Yellow Ribbon Round The Old Oak Tree".

  • Tribute to Jerome Kern (#1732)

    Host: Mary Lou. You'll have a renewed appreciation for the beautiful melodies of Jerome Kern when you hear the band play "Old Man River", I've Told Every Little Star", and "All The Things You Are".

  • Farm Show (#1733)

    Guest: Dick Dale. The Welk stars have fun down on the farm as they open this show with "Surrey With The Fringe On Top".

  • Easter (#1734)

    Host: Ralna. Raina hosts the annual Easter show surrounded by flowers, plants and evergreen entertainment.

  • America at Play (#1735)

    Host: Gail Farrell. When 'Ain't We Got Fun" opens the show, you know you're in for a fun time!

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  • Backstage with Our Musical Family (#1736)

    Host: Mary Lou Metzger. "Teamwork", the show's opening number defines what it takes to create a Lawrence Welk television show.

  • Show Stoppers (#1737)

    Hosts: Elaine and Bobby. Bobby and Elaine's family members join them in hosting this 1979 show.

  • 25th Anniversary (#1738)

    Host: Bobby Burgess. Lawrence has a dance with his Champagne Lady, Norma Zimmer on the opening song which couldn't be more appropriate- "The Anniversary Song".

  • Tribute to Bing (#1739)

    Guest: Anacani. On this 1978 program we find Sandi, Gail, and Mary Lou "Swingin' On A Star'' and the band and singers are "On The Road To Morocco".

  • America's Wonderland (#1740)

    Host: Dick Dale. Things get rolling with "This Land Is Your Land".

  • Songs from the Classics (#1741)

    Guest: Jim Turner. The Aldridge Sisters and Otwell Twins sing "Hot Diggity, Dog Ziggity", and Jim Turner, the special guest on this show adds his rich baritone to "The Twelfth of Never''.

  • Caribbean Cruise (#1742)

    Guest: Arthur Duncan. The whole gang climbs aboard an ocean liner for a cruise through sunny southern waters with Ava Barber singing "Love Boat" and Bobby and Elaine dancing to the Love Boat Theme.

  • The Vacation Show (#1743)

    Host: JoAnn Castle. JoAnn Castle hosts this lively 1967 salute to vacation songs.

  • Big Bands (#1744)

    Host: Johnny Zell. Lawrence Welk never forgot his roots in the Big Band Era and "Big Bands" was the very special season kickoff show in 1978.

  • County Fair (#1745)

    Host: Rose Weiss. Wardrobe shares center stage with the music in this County Fair show hosted by Welk costumer, Rose Weiss.

  • America on the Move (#1746)

    Host: Bobby Burgess. This show spotlights the ways we get around.

  • Tribute to Irving Berlin (#1747)

    Guest: Ken Del. Lawrence and the band kick off this Irving Berlin show with "Alexander's Ragtime Band".

  • Salute to the Swing Bands (#1748)

    Host: Bobby Burgess Airs: July 18, 2020 OAD: Week of February 22-28, 1979 From the opening number "String Of Pearls" through the closing "In The Mood" you'll feel like you've taken a trip back in time to the 1940's.

  • Salute to Disney (#1749)

    Host: Bobby Burgess. How many wonderful songs Walt Disney has given us!

  • Grammy Award Songs (#1750)

    Airs: August 1, 2020 OAD: January 3, 1974 This 1974 show salutes the songs the recording industry has called the "best".

  • Keep A Song In Your Heart (#1751)

    Airs: August 8, 2020 OAD: January 13, 1968 In this show Myron Floren and JoAnn Castle team up for a rare accordion duet, Bob Ralston joins Bobby & Cissy for the "Warsaw Concerto", and Arthur Duncan is "Runnin' Wild".

  • Those Were The Days (#1752)

    You'll find nothing but good old songs on this 1975 show.

  • Say It with Music (#1801)

    "Say It With Music" opens this last show on the ABC network.

  • Salute to the U.S.A. (#1802)

    This was the first show on the newly formed Welk Syndication after the cancellation by ABC.

  • Salute to the Senior Citizens (#1803)

    This tune filled tribute to the "young at heart" is filled with wonderful melodies, starting with "Dearie".

  • Songs from the Movies (#1804)

    Some of your favorite songs and themes from movies are heard in this entertaining show.

  • Down on the Farm (#1805)

    "How Ya Gonna Keep 'Em Down On The Farm" gets us rolling on this "farm" show that aired first in 1973.

  • Lw Premier Abc Show (#1806)

    This is the very first national broadcast of the Lawrence Welk Show.

  • Los Angeles (#1807)

    Things get going with "California, Here I Come", and then Bobby & Cissy dance to "High Society" in a replica of the Hollywood Palladium.

  • Easy Listening (#1808)

    "Sweet And Lovely" opens the show and sets the mood for the following hour.

  • Tribute to Fred Astaire (#1810)

    "S'Wonderful " is the perfect choice to open a show saluting the great Fred Astaire.

  • Strike Up The Band (#1812)

    This show is a classic black and white program from 1964.

  • Do You Remember (#1813)

    You'll probably remember every song on this show from "Que Sera, Sera" to "The Girl That I Marry".

  • Thanksgiving (#1814)

    "There's No Place Like Home For The Holidays" sets the mood for this holiday show.

  • Highways and Byways (#1815)

    This show from 1981 starts out "On The Street Where You Live" and takes us all the way to New Orleans and the "South Rampart Street Parade".

  • Songs of Perry Como (#1816)

    Things get underway with one of Perry Como's happiest hits - "Hot Diggity, Dog Ziggity", Guy and Ralna sing "If", and Kathie Sullivan sings the lovely "It's Impossible".

  • Winter (#1817)

    The Champagne Music Makers present a "Winter Show" as they sing "Button Up Your Overcoat", JoAnn Castle goes all out on "Skater's Boogit", and the Lennon Sisters sing one of their favorites - "It's a Marshmallow World".

  • Tribute to Hoagy Carmichael (#1818)

    Lawrence and his Musical Family pay tribute to Hoagy Carmichael, one of the greatest composers of the 20th Century.

  • Christmas Reunion 1985 (#1819)

    This is the special that reunited Lawrence and his Musical Family for the first time following their phenomenal 27 year run on National TV.

  • New Year's (#1820)

    From "This Could Be The Start Of Something Big" to "Auld Lang Syne" this show is filled with happy holiday nostalgia.

  • You're Never Too Young (#1821)

    This program was based on Lawrence Welk's book of the same name.

  • Memories of Nat King Cole (#1822)

    "L-O-V-E" opens this salute to the unforgettable songs of Nat "King" Cole with a bang!

  • Broadway Musicals (#1823)

    A Champagne salute to Broadway musicals, this show features the great songs from "The Sound Of Music", and "My Fair Lady".

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The Lawrence Welk Show airs each week on 279 public television stations nationally, is seen by more than three million people each week and has more viewers than BET, MTV and VH-1 combined on Saturday nights. According to Nielsen Ratings, The Lawrence Welk Show is the highest-rated syndicated series airing on public television.

Did you know The Lawrence Welk Show is celebrating over 50 years on national television? No other prime-time show can claim that distinction, and it's still in production!

The Lawrence Welk Show airs each week on 279 public television stations nationally, is seen by more than three million people each week and has more viewers than BET, MTV and VH-1 combined on Saturday nights. According to Nielsen Ratings, The Lawrence Welk Show is the highest-rated syndicated series airing on public television.

Lawrence Welk: Television’s Music Man was the first special produced for public television (1987) and it kicked-off the craze for Welk on public television. Due to its success, Bob Allen brought it to public television nationally on a weekly basis through OETA.

OETA went on to produce 12 Welk specials, including "A Champagne Toast to the Big Bands" (1991), "The Lennon Sisters: Easy to Remember" (1992), "From the Heart: A Tribute to Lawrence Welk and the American Dream" (1993), "The Lawrence Welk Holiday Special: Great Moments & Memories" (1994), "Lawrence Welk: Then & Now" (1995), "A Lawrence Welk Family Christmas" (1995), "From Lawrence Welk: To America with Love" (1997), "Lawrence Welk's Favorite Holidays" (1998), "Lawrence Welk's Songs of Faith" (1999), "Lawrence Welk Milestone & Memories" (2000), "Lawrence Welk: God Bless America" (2003) and "Lawrence Welk Precious Memories" (2005).

OETA produces the show for national distribution. The wraparounds (host segments featuring the Welk stars) are taped every other year and feature original members from The Lawrence Welk Show introducing that week’s featured show. The stars bring the viewer up-to-date on their lives, their careers, etc. during these wraparounds.

Lawrence Welk died May 17, 1992, but his legacy continues throughout the country.

View the full schedule with detailed episode descriptions and original air dates here.

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  • What channel is Lawrence Welk on Tonight?

    The Lawrence Welk Show is an American televised musical variety show hosted by big band leader Lawrence Welk.The series aired locally in Los Angeles for four years, from 1951 to 1955, then nationally for another 16 years on ABC from 1955 to 1971, followed by 11 years in first-run syndication from 1971 to 1982. Repeat episodes are broadcast in the United States by Public Broadcasting Service ...

    Did you know The Lawrence Welk Show is celebrating over 50 years on national television? No other prime-time show can claim that distinction, and it's still in production!

    The Lawrence Welk Show airs each week on 279 public television stations nationally, is seen by more than three million people each week and has more viewers than BET, MTV and VH-1 combined on Saturday nights. According to Nielsen Ratings, The Lawrence Welk Show is the highest-rated syndicated series airing on public television.

    Lawrence Welk: Television’s Music Man was the first special produced for public television (1987) and it kicked-off the craze for Welk on public television. Due to its success, Bob Allen brought it to public television nationally on a weekly basis through OETA.

    OETA went on to produce 12 Welk specials, including "A Champagne Toast to the Big Bands" (1991), "The Lennon Sisters: Easy to Remember" (1992), "From the Heart: A Tribute to Lawrence Welk and the American Dream" (1993), "The Lawrence Welk Holiday Special: Great Moments & Memories" (1994), "Lawrence Welk: Then & Now" (1995), "A Lawrence Welk Family Christmas" (1995), "From Lawrence Welk: To America with Love" (1997), "Lawrence Welk's Favorite Holidays" (1998), "Lawrence Welk's Songs of Faith" (1999), "Lawrence Welk Milestone & Memories" (2000), "Lawrence Welk: God Bless America" (2003) and "Lawrence Welk Precious Memories" (2005).

    OETA produces the show for national distribution. The wraparounds (host segments featuring the Welk stars) are taped every other year and feature original members from The Lawrence Welk Show introducing that week’s featured show. The stars bring the viewer up-to-date on their lives, their careers, etc. during these wraparounds.

    Lawrence Welk died May 17, 1992, but his legacy continues throughout the country.

    View the full schedule with detailed episode descriptions and original air dates here.

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    ‘The Lawrence Welk Show’ was mocked as television’s most wholesome program — but bandleader Lawrence Welk stayed busy covering up scandals behind the scenes! The once-popular show ran between 1955 to 1982, including 27 seasons on the ABC network, and still remains popular in reruns.

    Did you know The Lawrence Welk Show is celebrating over 50 years on national television? No other prime-time show can claim that distinction, and it's still in production!

    The Lawrence Welk Show airs each week on 279 public television stations nationally, is seen by more than three million people each week and has more viewers than BET, MTV and VH-1 combined on Saturday nights. According to Nielsen Ratings, The Lawrence Welk Show is the highest-rated syndicated series airing on public television.

    Lawrence Welk: Television’s Music Man was the first special produced for public television (1987) and it kicked-off the craze for Welk on public television. Due to its success, Bob Allen brought it to public television nationally on a weekly basis through OETA.

    OETA went on to produce 12 Welk specials, including "A Champagne Toast to the Big Bands" (1991), "The Lennon Sisters: Easy to Remember" (1992), "From the Heart: A Tribute to Lawrence Welk and the American Dream" (1993), "The Lawrence Welk Holiday Special: Great Moments & Memories" (1994), "Lawrence Welk: Then & Now" (1995), "A Lawrence Welk Family Christmas" (1995), "From Lawrence Welk: To America with Love" (1997), "Lawrence Welk's Favorite Holidays" (1998), "Lawrence Welk's Songs of Faith" (1999), "Lawrence Welk Milestone & Memories" (2000), "Lawrence Welk: God Bless America" (2003) and "Lawrence Welk Precious Memories" (2005).

    OETA produces the show for national distribution. The wraparounds (host segments featuring the Welk stars) are taped every other year and feature original members from The Lawrence Welk Show introducing that week’s featured show. The stars bring the viewer up-to-date on their lives, their careers, etc. during these wraparounds.

    Lawrence Welk died May 17, 1992, but his legacy continues throughout the country.

    View the full schedule with detailed episode descriptions and original air dates here.

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    Did you know The Lawrence Welk Show is celebrating over 50 years on national television? No other prime-time show can claim that distinction, and it's still in production!

    The Lawrence Welk Show airs each week on 279 public television stations nationally, is seen by more than three million people each week and has more viewers than BET, MTV and VH-1 combined on Saturday nights. According to Nielsen Ratings, The Lawrence Welk Show is the highest-rated syndicated series airing on public television.

    Lawrence Welk: Television’s Music Man was the first special produced for public television (1987) and it kicked-off the craze for Welk on public television. Due to its success, Bob Allen brought it to public television nationally on a weekly basis through OETA.

    OETA went on to produce 12 Welk specials, including "A Champagne Toast to the Big Bands" (1991), "The Lennon Sisters: Easy to Remember" (1992), "From the Heart: A Tribute to Lawrence Welk and the American Dream" (1993), "The Lawrence Welk Holiday Special: Great Moments & Memories" (1994), "Lawrence Welk: Then & Now" (1995), "A Lawrence Welk Family Christmas" (1995), "From Lawrence Welk: To America with Love" (1997), "Lawrence Welk's Favorite Holidays" (1998), "Lawrence Welk's Songs of Faith" (1999), "Lawrence Welk Milestone & Memories" (2000), "Lawrence Welk: God Bless America" (2003) and "Lawrence Welk Precious Memories" (2005).

    OETA produces the show for national distribution. The wraparounds (host segments featuring the Welk stars) are taped every other year and feature original members from The Lawrence Welk Show introducing that week’s featured show. The stars bring the viewer up-to-date on their lives, their careers, etc. during these wraparounds.

    Lawrence Welk died May 17, 1992, but his legacy continues throughout the country.

    View the full schedule with detailed episode descriptions and original air dates here.

    Watch Lawrence Welk on DIRECTV

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A holiday show features "There's No Place Like Home for the Holidays," "A House With Love in It," "Be Thankful," "Back in Your Own Backyard," "Baby Face" and "We Gather Together." ( 60 minutes ) Schedule. Channel. Audio. HD. Saturday, Nov. 20, 2021 @ 7:00PM ET. WNIT HDTV 34.1.

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  • A tribute to composer Hoagy Carmichael includes "Two Sleepy People," "Heart and Soul" and "Georgia on My Mind." (60 minutes)

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  • Lawrence Welk reunites with his musical family for a program filled with traditional Christmas carols. (60 minutes)

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  • Happy holiday nostalgia abounds with "This Could Be the Start of Something Big," "Auld Lang Syne," a salute to the Rose Bowl and the Rose Parade, "I Could Have Danced All Night" and "Let's Start the New Year Right." (60 minutes)

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This week on The Best Times producer/host Cris Hardaway presents a “Lawrence Welk Special” -- interviews with Guy Hovis and Ralna English and the Lennon Sisters. Aired: 01/17/13. Rating: NR.

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All song listings for these Specials were provided by WelkNoter Tracy Goodwin - thanks, Trace! PBS SPECIALS. From the Heart: A Tribute to Lawrence Welk & the American Dream

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All song listings for these Specials were provided by WelkNoter Tracy Goodwin - thanks, Trace!

PBS SPECIALS

From the Heart: A Tribute to Lawrence Welk & the American Dream

Lawrence Welk's Favorite Holidays

Lawrence Welk: God Bless America

Lawrence Welk Holiday Special: Great Moments & Memories

A Lawrence Welk Family Christmas

(Video) Lawrence Welk PBS Special - "Milestones and Memories (A Musical Family Reunion)" - 2001

The Lennon Sisters: Easy To Remember

Lawrence Welk: Milestones and Memories

Lawrence Welk: Precious Memories

Lawrence Welk's Songs of Faith

Lawrence Welk: Television's Music Man

The Lawrence Welk Show: Then And Now

From Lawrence Welk: To America, With Love

Champagne Toast To The Big Bands

OTHER (non-PBS) SPECIALS

Smoky Mountain Christmas

On Tour With Lawrence Welk

The Welk Show: A Century of American Music

Myron Floren Presents Stars of the Lawrence Welk Show

Christmas Reunion

Christmas Reunion Home for Christmas

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PBS, Create, Florida State University programming, PBS KIDS, Florida Government, and much more. ... » Lawrence Welk Show ... 2021 6:00 pm ET / 5:00 pm CT on WFSU; Episode #1819. Saturday, December 25, 2021 6:00 pm ET / 5:00 pm CT on WFSU; More in television. About Television;

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Host: Jack Imel Jack Imel leads us down the musical midway on this "County Fair" show. The program begins with "Make 'Em Laugh" and Bobby and Cissy have " Fun Goin' to the County Fair." Bob Ralston plays "Baby Elephant Walk" and Jack as "Professor Spoons" entertains all the pretty girls.

Episode #1818

  • Saturday, December 18, 2021 6:00 pm ET / 5:00 pm CT on WFSU

Episode #1819

  • Saturday, December 25, 2021 6:00 pm ET / 5:00 pm CT on WFSU

Episode #1820

  • Saturday, January 1, 2022 6:00 pm ET / 5:00 pm CT on WFSU

Episode #1821

  • Saturday, January 8, 2022 6:00 pm ET / 5:00 pm CT on WFSU

Episode #1822

  • Saturday, January 15, 2022 6:00 pm ET / 5:00 pm CT on WFSU

Episode #1823

  • Saturday, January 22, 2022 6:00 pm ET / 5:00 pm CT on WFSU

Episode #1824

  • Saturday, January 29, 2022 6:00 pm ET / 5:00 pm CT on WFSU

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The Lawrence Welk Show: With Lawrence Welk, Myron Floren, Dick Dale, Jimmy Roberts. One of the most successful and fondly-remembered shows in TV history, "The Lawrence Welk Show" featured musical numbers and skits, with host Welk leading the band.

Renowned bandleader Lawrence Welk began his own variety series in 1955... and it has never stopped running. Each program was straightforward musical numbers from Welk's band (many of which had featured solos at one point or another), as well as vocal selections and dance numbers from the show's cast. Most of the introductions to the performances, read stiffy by Welk, were kept short. Many of the shows revolved around a certain theme (e.g., "The Music Man" or the Fourth of July), with appropriate songs and dance numbers. The most famous of the featured singers were the Lennon Sisters (Dianne, Janet, Kathy and Peggy), who were featured most every week for 13 years. At the end of each show, Welk would invite women from the audience on stage to dance with him as the theme, "Bubbles in the Wine" (and later, "Champagne Fanfare") played. The show enjoyed a 16-year network run on ABC, and later a succesful 11-year syndicated run. Just months after the original series ended, older shows (from c. 1965-1982) were repackaged with new footage and entered a long run in both syndication and on PBS. —Brian Rathjen

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Episode # Prod Code Original
Air Date
Titles
Season 1 ABC
1.1- 12 Jul 55First Network Show
2.1- 29 Jul 55July 9, 1955
6.1- 66 Aug 55August 6, 1955
7.1- 713 Aug 55August 13, 1955
12.1-1217 Sep 55September 17, 1955
18.1-1829 Oct 55October 29, 1955
19.1-195 Nov 55November 5, 1955
20.1-2012 Nov 55November 12, 1955
21.1-2119 Nov 55November 19, 1955
22.1-2226 Nov 55November 26, 1955
25.1-2517 Dec 55December 17, 1955
26.1-2624 Dec 55Christmas Show 1955
28.1-287 Jan 56January 7, 1956
29.1-2914 Jan 56January 14, 1956
30.1-3021 Jan 56January 21, 1956
31.1-3128 Jan 56January 28, 1956
35.1-3525 Feb 56February 25, 1956
36.1-363 Mar 56March 3, 1956
37.1-3710 Mar 56March 10, 1956
38.1-3817 Mar 56March 17, 1956
39.1-3924 Mar 56March 24, 1956
41.1-417 Apr 56April 7, 1956
46.1-4612 May 56May 12, 1956
51.1-5116 Jun 56June 16, 1956
53.1-5330 Jun 56June 30, 1956
55.1-5514 Jul 56July 14, 1956
57.1-5728 Jul 56July 28, 1956
58.1-584 Aug 56August 4, 1956
Season 2
79.2- 66 Oct 56October 6, 1956
81.2- 820 Oct 56October 20, 1956
82.2- 927 Oct 56October 27, 1956
84.2-1110 Nov 56November 10, 1956
85.2-1217 Nov 56November 17, 1956
86.2-1324 Nov 56November 24, 1956
88.2-158 Dec 56December 8, 1956
91.2-1829 Dec 56December 29, 1956
99.2-3123 Feb 57Salute to the Heart Fund
100.2-322 Mar 57March 2, 1957
101.2-339 Mar 57March 9, 1957
104.2-3630 Mar 57March 30, 1957
107.2-3920 Apr 57Easter Show
109.2-414 May 57May 4, 1957
115.2-4714 Jun 57June 14, 1957
116.2-4821 Jun 57June 21, 1957
120.2-5220 Jul 57July 20, 1957
126.2-5831 Aug 57August 31, 1957
Season 3
127.3- 17 Sep 57September 7, 1957
137.3-1116 Nov 57November 16, 1957
141.3-1514 Dec 57December 14, 1957
144.3-184 Jan 58January 4, 1958
145.3-1911 Jan 58January 11, 1958
147.3-2125 Jan 58January 25, 1958
148.3-221 Feb 58February 1, 1958
149.3-238 Feb 58February 8, 1958
150.3-2415 Feb 58February 15, 1958
151.3-2522 Feb 58February 22, 1958
153.3-278 Mar 58March 8, 1958
155.3-2922 Mar 58March 22, 1958
156.3-3029 Mar 58March 29, 1958
159.3-3319 Apr 58April 19, 1958
163.3-3717 May 58A Salute to Norway
165.3-3931 May 58May 31, 1958
166.3-407 Jun 58June 7, 1958
167.3-4114 Jun 58June 14, 1958
168.3-4221 Jun 58June 21, 1958
172.3-482 Aug 58August 2, 1958
173.3-499 Aug 58August 9, 1958
175.3-5123 Aug 58August 23, 1958
176.3-5230 Aug 58August 30, 1958
Season 4
183.4- 722 Oct 58October 22, 1958
187.4-1119 Nov 58November 19, 1958
205.4-2925 Mar 59March 25, 1959
207.4-318 Apr 59April 8, 1959
208.4-3215 Apr 59April 15, 1959
Season 5
223.5- 15 Sep 59September 5, 1959
224.5- 212 Sep 59September 12, 1959
228.5- 610 Oct 59October 10, 1959 from Hawaii
231.5- 931 Oct 59October 31, 1959
237.5-1512 Dec 59December 12, 1959
238.5-1619 Dec 59Christmas Show (1959)
239.5-1726 Dec 59December 26, 1959
246.5-2413 Feb 60February 13, 1960
247.5-2520 Feb 60February 20, 1960
259.5-3714 May 60May 14, 1960
262.5-404 Jun 60June 4, 1960
264.5-4218 Jun 60Father's Day
272.5-5027 Aug 60August 27, 1960
Season 6
287.6-1517 Dec 60December 17, 1960
288.6-1624 Dec 60December 24, 1960
291.6-1914 Jan 61January 14, 1961
292.6-2021 Jan 61January 21, 1961
298.6-244 Mar 61March 4, 1961
303.6-318 Apr 61April 8, 1961
304.6-3215 Apr 61April 15, 1961
305.6-3322 Apr 61April 22, 1961
307.6-356 May 61May 6, 1961
310.6-3827 May 61May 27, 1961
311.6-393 Jun 61June 3, 1961
312.6-4010 Jun 61June 10, 1961 from New York
313.6-4117 Jun 61June 17, 1961
314.6-4224 Jun 61June 24, 1961
318.6-4622 Jul 61July 22, 1961
319.6-4729 Jul 61July 29, 1961
321.6-4912 Aug 61August 12, 1961
Season 7
324.7- 12 Sep 61September 2, 1961
325.7- 29 Sep 61September 9, 1961
327.7- 423 Sep 61September 23, 1961
330.7- 714 Oct 61October 14, 1961
331.7- 821 Oct 61October 21, 1961
332.7- 928 Oct 61October 28, 1961
335.7-1218 Nov 61November 18, 1961
336.7-1325 Nov 61November 25, 1961
340.7-1723 Dec 61Christmas Show (1961)
362.7-3926 May 62May 26, 1962
Season 8
380.8- 56 Oct 62October 6, 1962
396.8-2126 Jan 63January 26, 1963
397.8-222 Feb 63February 2, 1963
398.8-239 Feb 63February 9, 1963
399.8-2416 Feb 63February 16, 1963
400.8-2523 Feb 63400th Television Show
412.8-3718 May 63May 18, 1963
421.8-4620 Jul 63July 20, 1963
Season 9
429.9- 114 Sep 63September 14, 1963
430.9- 221 Sep 63September 21, 1963
431.9- 328 Sep 63September 28, 1963
432.9- 45 Oct 63October 5, 1963
433.9- 512 Oct 63October 12, 1963
434.9- 619 Oct 63October 19, 1953
435.9- 726 Oct 63October 26, 1963
436.9- 82 Nov 63November 2, 1963
437.9- 99 Nov 63November 9, 1963
438.9-1016 Nov 63November 16, 1963
439.9-1123 Nov 63November 23, 1963 Thanksgiving Show
451.9-2315 Feb 64February 15, 1964
452.9-2422 Feb 64February 22, 1964 - Southtown USA
453.9-2529 Feb 64February 29, 1964
459.9-3111 Apr 64April 11, 1964
460.9-3218 Apr 64April 18, 1964
462.9-342 May 64May 2, 1964
Season 10
480.10- 15 Sep 64September 5, 1964
484.10- 53 Oct 64October 3, 1964
486.10- 717 Oct 64October 17, 1964
491.10-1221 Nov 64Thanksgiving (1964)
493.10-144935 Dec 64December 5, 1964
495.10-1649519 Dec 64Christmas Show (1964)
496.10-1749626 Dec 64New Year's Eve Show (1964)
498.10-199 Jan 65January 9, 1965
499.10-2016 Jan 65January 16, 1965
500.10-2150023 Jan 65January 23, 1965 - 500th Show
502.10-235026 Feb 65Country & Western Show (1965)
503.10-2450313 Feb 65February 13, 1965
514.10-351 May 65May 1, 1965
524.10-4510 Jul 65July 10, 1965
Season 11
534.11- 318 Sep 65September 18, 1965
539.11- 823 Oct 65October 23, 1965
540.11- 930 Oct 65October 30, 1965
541.11-106 Nov 65November 6, 1965
542.11-1113 Nov 65November 13, 1965
544.11-1327 Nov 65November 27, 1965
545.11-144 Dec 65December 4, 1965
547.11-1618 Dec 65December 18, 1965
548.11-171 Jan 66January 1, 1966
554.11-2312 Feb 66February 12, 1966
555.11-2419 Feb 66February 19, 1966
556.11-2526 Feb 66February 26, 1966
557.11-265 Mar 66March 5, 1966
559.11-2819 Mar 66March 19, 1966
562.11-319 Apr 66April 9, 1966
563.11-3216 Apr 66April 16, 1966
564.11-3323 Apr 66April 23, 1966
569.11-3828 May 66May 28, 1966
570.11-3911 Jun 66June 11, 1966
572.11-4125 Jun 66June 25, 1966
574.11-439 Jul 66July 9, 1966
575.11-4423 Jul 66July 23, 1966
576.11-456 Aug 66August 6, 1966
Season 12
582.12- 117 Sep 66September 17, 1966 - 12th Season Premiere
585.12- 48 Oct 66October 8, 1966
586.12- 515 Oct 66October 15, 1966
588.12- 729 Oct 66October 29, 1966
590.12- 912 Nov 66November 12, 1966
591.12-1019 Nov 66November 19, 1966
592.12-1126 Nov 66Salute to Vaudeville
595.12-1417 Dec 66December 17, 1966
596.12-1524 Dec 66Christmas Time
597.12-1631 Dec 66New Year's Eve Show
598.12-177 Jan 67My North Dakota Days
600.12-1921 Jan 67Music! Music! Music!
601.12-2028 Jan 67A Salute to Walt Disney
602.12-214 Feb 67Songs of the South
604.12-2318 Feb 67A Salute to the Big Band Era
605.12-2425 Feb 67Country & Western Show
607.12-2611 Mar 67The Music Makers Salute St. Patricks Day
608.12-2718 Mar 67March 18, 1967
609.12-2825 Mar 67March 25, 1967
610.12-291 Apr 67Salute to Spring
613.12-3222 Apr 67April 22, 1967
614.12-3329 Apr 67April 29, 1967
615.12-346 May 67May 6, 1967
616.12-3513 May 67May 13, 1967
617.12-3620 May 67May 20, 1967
618.12-3727 May 67May 27, 1967
619.12-383 Jun 67June 3, 1967
621.12-4024 Jun 67June 24, 1967
623.12-4222 Jul 67July 22, 1967
624.12-435 Aug 67August 5, 1967
626.12-452 Sep 67September 2, 1967
Season 13
627.13- 116 Sep 67September 16, 1967
629.13- 330 Sep 67September 30, 1967
633.13- 728 Oct 67October 28, 1967
636.13-1018 Nov 67November 18, 1967
637.13-1125 Nov 67November 25, 1967
638.13-122 Dec 67December 2, 1967
639.13-139 Dec 67December 9, 1967
641.13-1523 Dec 67December 23, 1967
642.13-1630 Dec 67December 30, 1967
643.13-176 Jan 68January 6, 1968
644.13-1813 Jan 68January 13, 1968
645.13-1920 Jan 68January 20, 1968
646.13-2027 Jan 68January 27, 1968
647.13-213 Feb 68February 3, 1968
648.13-2210 Feb 68February 10, 1968
649.13-2317 Feb 68February 17, 1968
651.13-252 Mar 68March 2, 1968
652.13-269 Mar 68March 9, 1968
657.13-3113 Apr 68April 13, 1968
661.13-3511 May 68May 11, 1968
662.13-3618 May 68May 18, 1968
663.13-3725 May 68May 25, 1968
664.13-381 Jun 68June 1, 1968
666.13-4015 Jun 68June 15, 1968
667.13-4122 Jun 68June 22, 1968
673.13-473 Aug 68August 3, 1968
674.13-4917 Aug 68August 17, 1968
676.13-5131 Aug 68August 31, 1968
Season 14
679.14- 221 Sep 68September 21, 1968
687.14-1016 Nov 68November 16, 1968
688.14-1123 Nov 68Thanksgiving Show
689.14-127 Dec 68Railroads Show
690.14-1314 Dec 68December 14, 1968
691.14-1421 Dec 68Christmas Show
692.14-1528 Dec 68New Year's Eve Show
696.14-1925 Jan 69Music Memories
697.14-201 Feb 69Small Towns of America
702.14-258 Mar 69Working Songs
706.14-295 Apr 69Easter Show
708.14-3119 Apr 69April Showers
717.14-4021 Jun 69Musical Tour of the U.S.A.
723.14-462 Aug 69August 2, 1969
725.14-4816 Aug 69August 16, 1969
Season 15
730.15- 127 Sep 69September 27, 1969 - 15th Season
738.15- 925 Oct 69Halloween Show (1969)
740.15-118 Nov 69Veteran's Day Show
742.15-1322 Nov 69Thanksgiving (1969)
756.15-1720 Dec 69Christmas (1969)
765.15-2621 Feb 70Salute to Brotherhood Week (1970)
767.15-287 Mar 70March 7, 1970
768.15-2914 Mar 70St. Patrick's Day Celebration
769.15-3021 Mar 70Country and Western Show (1970)
770.15-3128 Mar 70Easter Show (1970)
771.15-324 Apr 70Academy Awards (1970)
775.15-362 May 70Kentucky Derby and Cinco de Mayo Celebration
776.15-379 May 70Mother's Day (1970)
777.15-3816 May 70Armed Forces Day (1970)
778.15-3923 May 70Vaudeville Days
780.15-4120 Jun 70Summertime (1970)
784.15-4518 Jul 70Gotta Travel On
785.15-461 Aug 70Songs from the Tropics
787.15-4715 Aug 70Summer End
789.15-4929 Aug 70Togetherness
Season 16
794.16- 510 Oct 70October 10, 1970
796.16- 724 Oct 70Musical Salute to Dixie
799.16-1114 Nov 70Big Band Era
800.16-1221 Nov 70Thanksgiving (1970)
804.16-1619 Dec 70Christmas Show (1970)
805.16-1726 Dec 70Rose Bowl (1970)
809.16-2123 Jan 71Tribute to Irving Berlin
811.16-236 Feb 71National Brotherhood Week
814.16-2627 Feb 71February 27, 1971
815.16-276 Mar 71Musical History Makers
817.16-2920 Mar 71Traditional Songs
818.16-3027 Mar 71Music From A to Z
819.16-313 Apr 71Academy Awards Show (1971)
820.16-3210 Apr 71Easter Show (1971)
821.16-3317 Apr 71National Secretaries Week
829.16-4112 Jun 71Everything's Coming Up Roses
830.16-4219 Jun 71Father's Day
832.16-4417 Jul 71California
833.16-4531 Jul 71A Salute to Summer
834.16-4614 Aug 71A Musical Smorgasbord
835.16-4728 Aug 71County Fair
836.16-484 Sep 71Say It With Music
Season 17 syndicated
838.17- 21-S-218 Sep 71School Days
839.17- 31-S-325 Sep 71Tribute to Vincent Youmans
840.17- 41-S-42 Oct 71The World
841.17- 51-S-59 Oct 71Riverboat Show (1971)
843.17- 71-S-723 Oct 71Fashion and Hits Through the Years
844.17- 81-S-830 Oct 71Halloween (1971)
845.17- 91-S-96 Nov 71Country and Western Show (1971)
847.17-111-S-1120 Nov 71Thanksgiving (1971)
848.17-121-S-1227 Nov 71Broadway Musicals
850.17-141-S-1411 Dec 71Farm Show
852.17-161-S-1625 Dec 71Christmas (1971)
853.17-171-S-171 Jan 72New Year's Day Show
855.17-191-S-1915 Jan 72Los Angeles
856.17-201-S-2022 Jan 72January 22, 1972
857.17-211-S-2129 Jan 72Songs of the 40's
858.17-221-S-225 Feb 72History of American Musical Entertainment
861.17-251-S-2526 Feb 72Meet Our Family - Spotlight on Talent
862.17-261-S-264 Mar 72Great Songs from 'Way Down South'
863.17-271-S-2711 Mar 72Songs of the Scintillating '60s
864.17-281-S-2818 Mar 72Big Band Memories
866.17-301-S-301 Apr 72The Easter Parade
868.17-321-S-3215 Apr 72Famous Resorts
877.17-431 Jul 72Movie Melodies
884.17-5026 Aug 72August 26, 1972
Season 18
885.18- 12-S-19 Sep 72Hawaii
889.18- 52-S-47 Oct 72Tribute to Harry Warren
890.18- 62-S-514 Oct 72Transportation
892.18- 82-S-728 Oct 72America, What It Used to Be
893.18- 92-S-84 Nov 72Tahoe Highlights
894.18-102-S-911 Nov 72Salute to George Gershwin
895.18-112-S-1018 Nov 72America, The Melting Pot (Thanksgiving)
897.18-132-S-122 Dec 72Country and Western Show
899.18-152-S-1416 Dec 72Childhood Memories
902.18-182-S-176 Jan 73Salute to Canada
903.18-192-S-1813 Jan 73Salute to Mexico
906.18-222-S-213 Feb 73Ecology (The World Around Us)
907.18-232-S-2210 Feb 73Themes from the Classics
910.18-262-S-253 Mar 73Happiness Is
912.18-282-S-2717 Mar 73The Bright Side of Life
914.18-302-S-2931 Mar 73American Pastimes
915.18-312-S-307 Apr 73Songs of the South
916.18-322-S-3114 Apr 73Salute to Irving Berlin
Season 19
917.19- 13-S-122 Sep 73We Can Make Music
918.19- 23-S-229 Sep 73Tribute to Walt Disney
919.19- 33-S-36 Oct 73Salute to Nat King Cole
921.19- 53-S-520 Oct 73Hometowns
922.19- 63-S-627 Oct 73Salute to Cole Porter
923.19- 73-S-73 Nov 73Salute to the Ladies
924.19- 83-S-810 Nov 73Mancini-Mercer
925.19- 93-S-917 Nov 73Thanksgiving Special
930.19-143-S-1422 Dec 73Christmas (1973)
931.19-153-S-1529 Dec 73New Year's Eve (1973)
932.19-163-S-165 Jan 74Musical Tour of Europe
934.19-183-S-1819 Jan 74Tribute to Glenn Miller
936.19-203-S-202 Feb 74Songs to Remember
940.19-243-S-242 Mar 74We Believe in Music
941.19-253-S-259 Mar 74Lawrence Welk's Golden Anniversary in Show Business
946.19-303-S-3013 Apr 74Don't Get Around Much Anymore
947.19-313-S-3120 Apr 74Western Heritage
948.19-323-S-3227 Apr 74Tribute to Famous Entertainers
Season 20
949.20- 14-S-17 Sep 74That's Entertainment
950.20- 24-S-214 Sep 74Number One Songs of the 70s
952.20- 44-S-428 Sep 74Favorite Love Songs
953.20- 54-S-55 Oct 74Best Selling Hits
954.20- 64-S-612 Oct 74Tribute to Duke Ellington
955.20- 74-S-719 Oct 74Salute to Famous Musical Families
959.20-114-S-1116 Nov 74Escondido Show
960.20-124-S-1223 Nov 74Tribute to the Fabulous Dorseys
963.20-154-S-1514 Dec 74Tribute to Walt Disney
964.20-164-S-1621 Dec 74Christmas
965.20-174-S-1728 Dec 74New Year's Show
966.20-184-S-184 Jan 75Those Were the Days
967.20-194-S-1911 Jan 75Salute to Jerome Kern
968.20-204-S-2018 Jan 75Tribute to Famous Girl Singers
969.20-214-S-2125 Jan 75This Colorful World
971.20-234-S-238 Feb 75Hooray for Hollywood
972.20-244-S-2415 Feb 75Tribute to the Sweet Bands
974.20-264-S-261 Mar 75Tribute to Irving Berlin (1975)
977.20-294-S-2922 Mar 75A Cavalcade of Musical Styles
979.20-314-S-315 Apr 75Famous Places
Season 21
980.21- 15-S-16 Sep 75Silver Anniversary
981.21- 25-S-213 Sep 75Harvest on the Farm
982.21- 35-S-320 Sep 75Salute to Male Singers
983.21- 45-S-427 Sep 75Best of the New Songs
984.21- 55-S-54 Oct 75Most Requested Songs
985.21- 65-S-611 Oct 75America's Wonderland
986.21- 75-S-718 Oct 75Musical Masterpieces
987.21- 85-S-825 Oct 75Halloween (1975)
988.21- 95-S-91 Nov 75America on the Move
991.21-125-S-1222 Nov 75Thanksgiving (1975)
993.21-145-S-146 Dec 75Lawrence Welk Family of Nations
995.21-165-S-1620 Dec 75Christmas
996.21-175-S-1727 Dec 75New Year's Show
997.21-185-S-183 Jan 76Strike Up the Band
998.21-195-S-1910 Jan 76Shall We Dance?
999.21-205-S-2017 Jan 76200 Years of American Music (1)
1000.21-21 5-S-2124 Jan 76<200 Years of American Music (2)
1001.21-22 5-S-2231 Jan 76
1002.21-23 5-S-237 Feb 76
1003.21-24 5-S-2414 Feb 76
1004.21-25 5-S-2521 Feb 76
1005.21-26 5-S-2628 Feb 76
1006.21-27 5-S-276 Mar 76
1008.21-29 5-S-2920 Mar 76
1011.21-32 5-S-3210 Apr 76
Season 22
1012.22-1 6-S-125 Sep 76
1013.22-2 6-S-22 Oct 76
1014.22-3 6-S-39 Oct 76
1016.22-5 6-S-523 Oct 76
1017.22-6 6-S-630 Oct 76
1023.22-12 6-S-1211 Dec 76
1024.22-13 6-S-1318 Dec 76
1025.22-14 6-S-1425 Dec 76
1027.22-17 6-S-178 Jan 77
1029.22-19 6-S-1822 Jan 77
1035.22-25 6-S-245 Mar 77
1036.22-26 6-S-2512 Mar 77
1039.22-29 6-S-282 Apr 77
1042.22-32 6-S-3123 Apr 77
1043.22-33 6-S-3230 Apr 77
Season 23
1046.23-3 7-S-31 Oct 77
1047.23-4 7-S-48 Oct 77
1048.23-5 7-S-515 Oct 77
1049.23-6 7-S-622 Oct 77
1050.23-7 7-S-729 Oct 77
1052.23-9 7-S-912 Nov 77
1053.23-10 7-S-1019 Nov 77
1054.23-11 7-S-1126 Nov 77
1056.23-13 7-S-1310 Dec 77
1060.23-17 7-S-177 Jan 78
1061.23-18 7-S-1814 Jan 78
1071.23-28 7-S-2825 Mar 78
1072.23-29 7-S-291 Apr 78
1074.23-31 7-S-3115 Apr 78
Season 24
1075.24-1 8-S-116 Sep 78
1076.24-2 8-S-223 Sep 78
1078.24-4 8-S-47 Oct 78
1079.24-5 8-S-514 Oct 78
1080.24-6 8-S-621 Oct 78
1081.24-7 8-S-728 Oct 78
1082.24-8 8-S-84 Nov 78
1083.24-9 8-S-911 Nov 78
1084.24-10 8-S-1018 Nov 78
1086.24-12 8-S-122 Dec 78
1089.24-15 8-S-1523 Dec 78
1090.24-16 8-S-1630 Dec 78
1093.24-19 8-S-1920 Jan 79
1098.24-24 8-S-2424 Feb 79
1101.24-27 8-S-2717 Mar 79
1103.24-29 8-S-2931 Mar 79
1105.24-31 8-S-3114 Apr 79
1106.24-32 8-S-3221 Apr 79
Season 25
1107.25-1 9-S-115 Sep 79
1108.25-2 9-S-222 Sep 79
1109.25-3 9-S-329 Sep 79
1110.25-4 9-S-46 Oct 79
1111.25-5 9-S-513 Oct 79
1113.25-7 9-S-727 Oct 79
1114.25-8 9-S-83 Nov 79
1115.25-9 9-S-910 Nov 79
1117.25-11 9-S-1124 Nov 79
1120.25-14 9-S-1415 Dec 79
1121.25-15 9-S-1522 Dec 79
1122.25-16 9-S-1629 Dec 79
1123.25-17 9-S-175 Jan 80
1124.25-18 9-S-1812 Jan 80
1126.25-20 9-S-2026 Jan 80
1127.25-21 9-S-212 Feb 80
1129.25-23 9-S-2316 Feb 80
1130.25-24 9-S-2423 Feb 80
1132.25-26 9-S-268 Mar 80
1133.25-27 9-S-2715 Mar 80<25th Anniversary Show
1135.25-29 9-S-2929 Mar 80
1136.25-30 9-S-305 Apr 80
1137.25-31 9-S-3112 Apr 80
1138.25-32 9-S-3219 Apr 80
Season 26
1139.26-1 10-S-113 Sep 80
1141.26-3 10-S-327 Sep 80
1142.26-4 10-S-44 Oct 80
1143.26-5 10-S-511 Oct 80
1145.26-7 10-S-725 Oct 80
1148.26-10 10-S-1015 Nov 80
1149.26-11 10-S-1122 Nov 80
1150.26-12 10-S-1229 Nov 80
1151.26-13 10-S-136 Dec 80
1152.26-14 10-S-1413 Dec 80
1153.26-15 10-S-1520 Dec 80
1156.26-18 10-S-1810 Jan 81
1157.26-19 10-S-1917 Jan 81
1158.26-20 10-S-2024 Jan 81
1159.26-21 10-S-2131 Jan 81
1160.26-22 10-S-227 Feb 81
1161.26-23 10-S-2314 Feb 81
1162.26-24 10-S-2421 Feb 81
1163.26-25 10-S-2528 Feb 81<200 Years of American Music
1165.26-27 10-S-2714 Mar 81
1168.26-30 10-S-304 Apr 81
1170.26-32 10-S-3218 Apr 81
Season 27
1171.27-1 11-S-112 Sep 81
1172.27-2 11-S-219 Sep 81
1173.27-3 11-S-326 Sep 81
1174.27-4 11-S-43 Oct 81
1175.27-5 11-S-510 Oct 81
1177.27-7 11-S-724 Oct 81
1179.27-9 11-S-97 Nov 81
1180.27-10 11-S-1014 Nov 81
1182.27-12 11-S-1228 Nov 81
1187.27-17 11-S-172 Jan 82
1188.27-18 11-S-189 Jan 82
1189.27-19 11-S-1916 Jan 82
1190.27-20 11-S-2023 Jan 82
1191.27-21 11-S-2130 Jan 82
1192.27-22 11-S-226 Feb 82
1193.27-23 11-S-2313 Feb 82
1194.27-24 11-S-2420 Feb 82
1195.27-25 11-S-2527 Feb 82
1196.27-26 11-S-266 Mar 82
1197.27-27 11-S-2713 Mar 82
1198.27-28 11-S-2820 Mar 82
1200.27-30 11-S-303 Apr 82
1201.27-31 11-S-3110 Apr 82
1202.27-32 11-S-3217 Apr 82
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S-3425 Dec 85Christmas Reunion

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KPBS-FM makes a major weekend commitment to minority-hosted shows like Our Body Politic with Farai Chideya.

Retired educator Doug Knox is a fan of KPBS radio/TV. As a $100-a-month supporter of the non-commercial stations, he's in the KPBS Producer's Club. KPBS thanks those members by giving them access to special events and social activities. Knox went to Iceland five years ago on a trip organized for KPBS Producer's Club members.

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A Way With Words, hosted here in San Diego by locals Grant Barrett and Martha Barnette, was moved to 5am Sunday.

Knox, who lives in Crown Point, was not consulted on a recent programming change which impacted one of his favorite shows on KPBS-FM. He has been a longtime fan of A Way With Words, a weekly one-hour show on language that features callers from across the country.

"I just like language and how they play with it," says Knox. "It's fun to hear where the words come from."

A Way With Words, which is hosted here in San Diego by locals Grant Barrett and Martha Barnette, was taken off its longtime 3pm Sunday slot and moved to 5am Sunday.

The station makes it clear that A Way With Words is available via podcast. But Knox, who only listens to KPBS-FM in the car, says downloading radio shows is just something he doesn't do. "I vote for putting A Way With Words back on a time when I am awake."

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Also cancelled by KPBS-FM in July was Fresh Air hosted by Terry Gross.

Docent Betty Peabody has been volunteering in Balboa Park for 52 years. She is a longtime supporter of KPBS and A Way With Words. She tells how she used to talk up the show to former SDSU President Stephen Weber. "I told him this is exactly the kind of show we want to hear on NPR. It covers every culture, all our different dialects – whether our words came from Greek or Roman roots. It is a huge asset, and it's right from our own back yard. This is one of the few NPR shows that really embraces the young people who call in and get put on the air."

Peabody says she hates to have it pushed down [to 5 am]. "It's on at a reasonable time in hundreds of different other communities. What's wrong with here in its own hometown?"

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Maria Hinojosa and Latino USA move into A Way With Words' Sunday slot.

Peabody doesn't podcast either. "I just entered my 90th year. I do not use a computer and I don't have devices to record things. If I don't watch or listen to them in actual time I don't get to hear them at all."

Recent weekend programming changes made by KPBS management suggests A Way With Words' exile to a pre-sunrise hour may have come at the expense of KPBS' heavy embrace of minority-themed shows. Latino USA took A Way With Words' former time slot. It's Been a Minute and Our Body Politic are now aired twice Friday-through-Sunday. A Way With Words has only ever taken up one hour per weekend.

Our Body Politic is self-described as "A podcast unapologetically reporting how women of color impact today's political events." One segment on It's Been a Minute was called "constant images of Black pain in the news."

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KPBS-TV just ended a commitment to air repeats of the Lawrence Welk Show Saturdays at 6pm.

KPBS Producers Club member Knox says he is all for minority-focused programming. "But it seems like they could find someplace better than 5 in the morning for A Way With Words. A different Producer's Club member who declined to be named says the changes may be due to a Black Lives Matter over-reaction and that, "the pendulum will eventually swing back."

Here's how John Decker, KPBS Interim Associate General Manager describes the new format tweaks. "The changes in our programming lineup allow for other programs to be added to the schedule and bring new audiences to public media. It is common practice to shift schedules around in response to audience interest and content that reflects current, important social conversations."

Also cancelled by KPBS-FM in July was Fresh Air hosted by Terry Gross. Of the top 20 U.S. metropolitan areas in the U.S., only San Diego/KPBS now does not carry Fresh Air. (San Diego is the 16th largest radio market). Decker indicates Fresh Air's cancelation was over money.

"We are stewards of our members' donations, and we have to make fiscally sound decisions that serve the needs of the organization," Decker says via email. "Keeping Fresh Air - long after it made sense to do so financially - was no longer prudent. The programming schedule changes are an effort to redistribute some of our programming funds and time slots in support of our needs in the podcast and digital content area."

But A Way With Words is provided to KPBS for free. Grants and other financial sources allow the show to be delivered to NPR stations in 40 states at no charge. "When we do a fundraising campaign, thousands of our listeners donate to keep making new radio and podcast episodes," says Barrett.

Neither Barnette or co-host Barrett were bitter over their new KPBS time slot. "We are the chefs, we are not the restaurant owner who is entitled to make changes to the menu," says Barnette. "As chefs, we are responsible for making the best possible cuisine we can." Barrett says he would prefer to return to the afternoon, but, "They are our [airwave] landlords and we want to keep them happy."

A Way With Words started in San Diego as a KPBS in-house show in 1998. Author Martha Barnette became host in 2004. When lexicographer Grant Barrett took over as co-host in 2006, A Way With Words was syndicating to a other stations. In 2007, a company formed by Barnette, Barrett, and executive producer Stefanie Levine took over the show's ownership and production from KPBS.

Only a handful of nationally distributed broadcast programs originate in San Diego. The pro--Trump One America News Network provides a 24-hour TV news/opinion feed on select cable and satellite systems.

Skratch 'N Sniff is a two-hour weekly music show created in 2003 and is now carried on some 50 rock radio stations including San Diego's Rock 105. The show features songs by Foo Fighters, Daughtry, and Alice in Chains remixed or – mashed – together with techno or hip-hop beats.

Meanwhile KPBS-TV just ended a decades-old commitment to air repeats of the hour-long Lawrence Welk Show Saturdays at 6pm. "I grew up watching it," says tech firm accountant James Frost of Fallbrook. "It was always present at our house back in Nebraska. It was good, clean, hokey fun."

The Lawrence Welk Show, a mix of accordions, polkas, and American pop standards, aired Saturday nights on ABC-TV from 1955 to 1971 and then in syndication until 1982. KPBS-TV has aired Welk re-runs since the 90s.

"It was part of American culture. It was goofy stuff but the musicians were top notch." Frost says emotional Irish tenor Joe Feney, the ever-smiling Lennon Sisters, and ragtime pianist Jo An Castle were household names. "Lawrence would dance with a couple old ladies and you just know it was the highlight of their lives. I remember once they had a couple sing 'One Toke Over the Line,' and they had no idea what the song was about. It's a piece of Americana culture that was embedded in our lives, especially those of us from the Midwest."

Yet Frost says he understands why KPBS may have pulled the plug on Welk. "The original fan base was people like my parents who were born before World War II. They loved the show but there aren't so many of them around anymore. As the population ages, there's just less of a demand for Lawrence Welk."

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Is The Lawrence Welk Show still on pbs? ›

By popular demand, The Lawrence Welk Show returns to West Virginia Public Broadcasting, April 2, 2022.

Is Lawrence Welk Show on tonight? ›

There are no TV Airings of The Lawrence Welk Show in the next 14 days.

What station is Lawrence Welk Show on? ›

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What day of the week was Lawrence Welk Show on? ›

During its network run, The Lawrence Welk Show aired on ABC on Saturday nights at 9 p.m. (Eastern Time), moving up a half-hour to 8:30 p.m. in the fall of 1963.

Why did PBS drop The Lawrence Welk Show? ›

“We appreciate the nearly three decades of entertainment it's provided many of our viewers,” she said. “Because of changes in the agreement, our programming team chose not to renew the series.

Where can I watch Lawrence Welk reruns? ›

  • Prime Video.
  • Disney+
  • HBO Max.
  • Apple TV+
  • Paramount+
  • All Streaming Services.

What channel is Nhpbs? ›

Most people watch New Hampshire PBS on Channel 11, but actually NHPBS broadcasts on five channels. In dealing with these questions, you can substitute any of the NHPBS stations for Channel 11: channels 15 in Hanover, 18 in Pittsburg/Stewartstown, 49 in Littleton, and 52 in Keene.

Who streams The Lawrence Welk Show? ›

Watch 3 Classic Episodes of the Lawrence Welk Show | Prime Video.

How can I watch PBS without cable? ›

You can download the PBS Anywhere app and watch on all of your favorite devices. PBS supports both iOS and Android mobile devices and tablets. You can also download the PBS Anywhere app for Roku, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, and Android TV, as well as Windows 10.

Is Lawrence Welk on prime video? ›

Watch 3 Classic Episodes of the Lawrence Welk Show Vol. 2 | Prime Video.

What did Lawrence Welk always say? ›

There was a catchphrase that Welk was famous for: “Wonderful, wunnerful!”. A wide range of music was played on the show, from polkas ah two, and ah…” The music on the show ranged from polka tunes to novelty songs to big band standards.

How much were Lawrence Welk performers paid? ›

Still others left the show over money disputes with Welk, who paid the minimum union scale to his cast. “We worked at group scale, which was $110 a week, for 10 years,” Kathy Lennon recalled. “After that he agreed to pay us solo scale, $210 a week. That's what we finished out at.

Was Lawrence Welk's wife ever on the show? ›

When did The Lawrence Welk Show end? ›

A home-taught musician who worked to overcome shyness in his early career, Mr. Welk became a prosperous businessman who syndicated his show after the network dropped it. The last of the original Lawrence Welk shows went on the air April 18, 1982, giving him 27 years as a first-run performer.

What happened to Guy and Ralna of The Lawrence Welk Show? ›

After divorcing in 1984, Guy & Ralna pursued separate careers. Ralna continued her gospel singing while Guy became an advisor to childhood friend, Senator Trent Lott of Louisiana. After Lott retired from the Senate, Guy began singing again with Ralna and they are again performing together regularly.

What channel is Nhpbs? ›

Most people watch New Hampshire PBS on Channel 11, but actually NHPBS broadcasts on five channels. In dealing with these questions, you can substitute any of the NHPBS stations for Channel 11: channels 15 in Hanover, 18 in Pittsburg/Stewartstown, 49 in Littleton, and 52 in Keene.

When did The Lawrence Welk Show go off the air? ›

When ABC dropped The Lawrence Welk Show in 1971, Welk independently arranged a syndication deal that kept him on the air for another 11 years and made him one of the richest entertainers in America. Born on this day in 1903, Lawrence Welk died on May 17, 1992.

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