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The Saturday night primetime show initially followed the audition process, as hopefuls sang before four judges ( record producer and music executive Pete Waterman, music executive and music manager Simon Cowell, music promoter and music manager Nicki Chapman and Radio DJ and television personality Neil " Dr " Fox ) at various locations around the UK.
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Saturday and night
`` While Henry Morgan was escorting Miss Vera Green from the church social last Saturday night, a savage dog attacked them and bit Mr. Morgan on the public square ''.
They stayed with a rancher Friday night and by eleven o'clock Saturday morning passed the old Garnett Lee ranch.
It was the same bar, and it was two weeks later -- Saturday night, when he had an excuse to drink heavier than usual.
He ran his string of successful conversions this season to 13 straight before one went astray last Saturday night in the 41-8 slaughter of Washington State.
The Texas Aggies got a day off Monday -- a special gift from Coach Jim Myers for its conference victory last Saturday night, but Myers announced that halfback George Hargett, shaken up in the Tech game, would not play against Trinity Saturday.
The New York Metropolitan Opera Company will be here in May, and the board will sponsor the Saturday night, May 13, performance of `` Turandot '' as a benefit.
Mrs. Eleanor Kowalski, 42, died yesterday afternoon in Holy Cross Hospital of burns suffered in a fire that followed a bottled gas explosion Saturday night at the flat of her widowed mother, Mrs. Mary Pankowski, in the adjoining suburb of Warren.
Rococo music -- a lot of it -- was played in Carnegie Recital Hall on Saturday night in the first of four concerts being sponsored this season by a new organization known as Globe Concert Arts.
Thus there was really an excess of eighteenth-century charm as one of these light-weight pieces followed another on Saturday night.
This was a continuation of a good idea which was first tried out Saturday night when the Eddie Stack group, also local talent, went on first.
Elisabeth Schwarzkopf sang so magnificently Saturday night at Hunter College that it seems a pity to have to register any complaints.
The dance, dancers and dance enthusiasts ( 8,500 of them ) had a much better time of it at Lewisohn Stadium on Saturday night than all had had two nights earlier, when Stadium Concerts presented the first of two dance programs.
Carnegie's education and passion for reading was given a great boost by Colonel James Anderson, who opened his personal library of 400 volumes to working boys each Saturday night.
In his 1781 book General History of Connecticut, the Reverend Samuel Peters ( 1735 – 1826 ) used it to describe various laws first enacted by Puritan colonies in the 17th century that prohibited various activities, recreational as well as commercial, on Sunday ( Saturday evening through Sunday night ).
* In the third UK series, " Big Brother " set live tasks for the housemates on a Saturday night in order to win treats ; this was used until Series 5 of the program.
They also played regularly every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday night at the Mission Beach Ballroom in San Diego.
He did some studio work for RCA that year but had relocated to Knoxville again where he worked with Homer and Jethro on WNOX's new Saturday night radio show The Tennessee Barn Dance and the popular Midday Merry Go Round.
, nights are named after the previous day, e. g. " Friday night " usually means the entire night between Friday and Saturday.
Saturday and primetime
Following its primetime run, the series aired on Saturday mornings for decades, starting on ABC for the 1963-64 season and then in future seasons on CBS and NBC.
From September 2001 to August 2002, the entire Friday, Saturday and Sunday afternoon and primetime lineup was branded as " Zoog Weekendz ".
ET on Univision ; as such, the program is currently one of only three remaining first-run primetime programs airing on Saturday nights on any of the American commercial broadcast television networks, along with CBS's 48 Hours Mystery and Fox's COPS.
ET with the launch of a primetime block called SNICK, which was home to shows such as Are You Afraid of the Dark ?, Clarissa Explains It All, Roundhouse, All That, The Amanda Show and Kenan & Kel ; in 2004, the block was reformatted as the Saturday edition of TEENick ( which originally debuted on Sunday evenings in 2000 ), and the Saturday night block continues today without an official block name ( though A Night of Premieres is occasionally used when two or more programs feature new episodes on that night ); the TEENick branding, with its spelling altered to TeenNick, has since been used on the Nickelodeon sister channel previously known as The N. In June 1993, Nickelodeon resumed its magazine brand, Nickelodeon Magazine.
The success of the Saturday primetime block led Nickelodeon to expand its programming into weeknight primetime in 1996, by extending its broadcast day to 8: 30 p. m.
New episodes of Nickelodeon's original series are commonly aired during its Saturday primetime lineup on the night of the event.
The WB originally was slated to launch with two nights of primetime programming in the first year, with two additional nights of primetime, a late primetime half-hour strip, 4½ hours of weekday daytime programming and a four-hour Saturday morning children's lineup in the second year ; by the third year, a fifth night of primetime and 1½ hours of weekday programming outside of primetime would have been added, followed by an additional hour of primetime and 1½ hours on weekday afternoons by year four, and a seventh night of primetime in the fifth year of operation.
However, the plan was scaled back dramatically, particularly as only one night of primetime programming debuted as the network launched ; and by September 1995, The WB added only one additional night ( Sundays ), plus a three-hour Saturday morning and one-hour weekday morning children's block.
As a consequence viewers deserted their primetime offerings in favour of the more traditional Saturday night viewing on the BBC.
This ribald humour was unusually forthright on a primetime Saturday night on British television in the mid-1970s, and his appearance made a great impact.
) where, for the next four years, it not only received solid ratings but was also part of a powerhouse Saturday night lineup of primetime shows that included All in the Family, The Mary Tyler Moore Show, and The Bob Newhart Show.
In 2001, the duo's contract with ITV was renewed for a further three years, following their appearances on SMTV Live and CD: UK, and received their first primetime presenting job on the station, presenting brand new Saturday night reality series Pop Idol.
ET, with rebroadcasts on Saturday and Sunday evenings that are each broadcast two hours earlier from the prior primetime airing.
In 1984 the Nine Network moved the show from its morning timeslot to a primetime slot on Saturday nights, and it was briefly renamed Hey Hey It's Saturday Night before reverting to its original name.
Saturday and show
-- Washington County's 36th annual fair will close Saturday evening with 4-H and FFA awards program at 7, public dance at 8 and variety show at 8:30.
He performed his political poems as stand-up comedy on the late-night show, Saturday Live, and on the prime-time BBC1 chat show Wogan, where he performed a topical poem in a weekly feature.
In August 1979, Shearer was hired as a writer and cast member on Saturday Night Live, one of the first additions to the cast, and an unofficial replacement for John Belushi and Dan Aykroyd, who were both leaving the show.
In 1954 while attending Northwestern High School, he began working for WTOP-TV, creating puppets for a Saturday morning children's show called The Junior Morning Show.
The " Pythonesque " film explored the events surrounding the 1979 television debate on talk show Friday Night, Saturday Morning between John Cleese and Michael Palin and Malcolm Muggeridge and Mervyn Stockwood, the then Bishop of Southwark.
The success of the show made Downey a pop culture celebrity, leading to an appearance on Saturday Night Live in 1988, WrestleMania V in 1989 in which he traded insults with Roddy Piper and Brother Love on Piper's Pit, and later roles in movies such as Predator 2 and Revenge of the Nerds III: The Next Generation.
After Clan Undead's 1997 work Operation Bayshield built on the earliest Quake movies by introducing narrative conventions of linear media and sketch comedy reminiscent of the television show Saturday Night Live, the New-York-based ILL Clan further developed the genre in machinima through works including Apartment Huntin ' and Hardly Workin '.
* 1975 – The NBC sketch comedy / variety show Saturday Night Live debuts with George Carlin as the host and Andy Kaufman, Janis Ian and Billy Preston as guests.
Whitehouse also claimed to have a soft spot for Everton when asked on the Danny Baker radio show broadcast on Saturday 13 February 2010 to describe his childhood bedroom Whitehouse responded by saying " There's an Everton and Tottenham poster on the wall.
Parodies of Popeil's infomercials were done on the comedy show Saturday Night Live by Dan Aykroyd and Eddie Murphy and the " Veg-O-Matic " may have provided comedian Gallagher inspiration for the " Sledge-O-Matic " routine since the 1980s.
Will and Grace, Scrubs, Glee, The Big Bang Theory, Felicity, Saturday Night Live, The Office, Franklin & Bash, 2 Broke Girls, " Girls " and Modern Family have included references to the show.
A show based around former Ikette Robbie Montgomery and her soul food restaurant with clips of the food was shown on the OWN ( Oprah Winfrey Network ) at 9 / 8 c on Saturday nights.
* The Roy Green Show, a political and entertainment based show hosted by Roy Green that airs on Saturday and Sunday afternoons, primarily on the Corus Radio Network.
" Cardille was well-known locally as a Pittsburgh TV man who had his own horror movie show, " Chiller Theater " on TV late Saturday nights in the 1960s and 1970s.
MADtv, another sketch-comedy series that debuted in 1995, became a solid competitor to NBC's Saturday Night Live for over a decade and the most successful show on Saturday nights.
Aykroyd gained fame on the American late-night comedy show Saturday Night Live, where he was a writer and the youngest cast member for its first four seasons, from 1975 to 1979.
In the United Kingdom, she was best known for presenting a regular item about children's literature on the BBC's Saturday morning show Going Live.
The band became a popular phenomenon, especially in the U. S. where Idle was appearing on Saturday Night Live – fans would send in Beatles LPs with their sleeves altered to show the Rutles.
From then until 1968, the show was also seen on Saturday mornings, except in the 1964-1965 season, when it was replaced by a Keeshan vehicle called Mr. Mayor.