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Now simulcast on the west coast. Lucy and Bishop Fulton Sheen arrive. Today debuts on January 14, 1952.

Sunday 7pm 7:30 8pm 8:30 9pm 9:30 10pm 10:30
ABC Paul Whiteman’s Goodyear Revue Music in Velvet Admission Free Other Lands, Other People The Marshall Plan in Action Hour of Decision Youth on the March
CBS The Gene Autry Show This Is Show Business Toast of the Town The Fred Waring Show Celebrity Time What’s My Line?
NBC Chesterfield Sound-Off Time Young Mr. Bobbin The Colgate Comedy Hour The Philco Television Playhouse / Goodyear Television Playhouse The Red Skelton Show Leave It to the Girls
DuMont . . . Pentagon Rocky King, Inside Detective The Plainclothesman They Stand Accused

Monday 7pm 7:30 8pm 8:30 9pm 9:30 10pm 10:30
ABC After the Deadlines
7:15 local
Hollywood Screen Test The Amazing Mr. Malone / Mr. District Attorney Life Begins at Eighty Curtain Up The Bill Gwinn Show Studs’ Place
CBS . . . Douglas Edwards with the News
7:45 The Perry Como Show
Lux Video Theatre Arthur Godrey’s Talent Scouts I Love Lucy It’s News to Me Studio One
NBC Kukla, Fran, and Ollie Mohawk Showroom
7:45 Camel News Caravan
The Speidel Show The Voice of Firestone Lights Out Robert Montgomery Presents / 9:30 Somerset Maugham TV Theater, 10pm The Author Meets the Critics Who Said That?
DuMont Captain Video and His Video Rangers . . . Stage Entrance Johns Hopkins Science Review Wrestling from Columbia Park

Tuesday 7pm 7:30 8pm 8:30 9pm 9:30 10pm 10:30
ABC After the Deadlines
7:15 local
The Beulah Show Charlie Wild, Private Detective What Do You Think? United or Not On Trial Q.E.D. The Symphony
CBS . . . Douglas Edwards with the News
7:45 The Stork Club
The Frank Sinatra Show Crime Syndicated Suspense Danger . . .
NBC Kukla, Fran, and Ollie The Little Show
7:45 Camel News Caravan
Texaco Star Theatre Fireside Theater Armstrong Circle Theatre The Original Amateur Hour
DuMont Captain Video and His Video Rangers . . . What’s the Story Keep Posted Cosmopolitan Theater Hands of Mystery . . .

Wednesday 7pm 7:30 8pm 8:30 9pm 9:30 10pm 10:30
ABC After the Deadlines
7:15 local
Chance of a Lifetime The Paul Dixon Show Don McNeill’s TV Club / The Arthur Murray Party The Clock Celanese Theater / King’s Crossroads
CBS . . . Douglas Edwards with the News
7:45 The Perry Como Show
Arthur Godfrey and His Friends Strike It Rich The Web Pabst Blue Ribbon Bouts
10:45 Sports Spot
NBC Kukla, Fran, and Ollie Mohawk Showroom
7:45 Camel News Caravan
The Kate Smith Evening Hour Kraft Television Theater Break the Bank The Freddy Martin Show
DuMont Captain Video and His Video Rangers . . . The Gallery of Mme. Liu-Tsong Shadow of the Clock . . .

Thursday 7pm 7:30 8pm 8:30 9pm 9:30 10pm 10:30
ABC After the Deadlines
7:15 local
The Lone Ranger Stop the Music Herb Shriner Time Gruen Guild Playhouse Paul Dixon Show Masland At Home Party
10:45 The Carmel Meyers Show
CBS . . . Douglas Edwards with the News
7:45 The Stork Club
The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show / The Garry Moore Evening Show Amos ‘n’ Andy The Alan Young Show Big Town Racket Squad Crime Photographer
NBC Kukla, Fran, and Ollie The Little Show
7:45 Camel News Caravan
You Bet Your Life Treasury Men in Action Ford Festival Martin Kane, Private Eye . . .
DuMont Captain Video and His Video Rangers . . . Georgetown University Forum Broadway to Hollywood — Headline Clues The Adventures of Ellery Queen Crawford Mystery Theater The Bigelow Theatre local
10:45 Football This Week

Friday 7pm 7:30 8pm 8:30 9pm 9:30 10pm 10:30
ABC After the Deadlines
7:15 local
Life with Linkletter / Say It with Acting Mystery Theater Trouble with Father Crime with Father Tales of Tomorrow / Versatile Varieties The Dell O’Dell Show Industries for America
CBS The Stork Club Douglas Edwards with the News
7:45 The Perry Como Show
Mama Man Against Crime Schlitz Playhouse of Stars Live Like a Millionaire Hollywood Opening Night
NBC Kukla, Fran, and Ollie Mohawk Showroom
7:45 Camel News Caravan
Quiz Kids We, the People The Big Story The Aldrich Family Gillette Cavalcade of Sports 10:45 Greatest Fights of the Century
DuMont Captain Video and His Video Rangers . . . Twenty Questions You Asked for It Down You Go Front Page Detective Cavalcade of Stars

Saturday 7pm 7:30 8pm 8:30 9pm 9:30 10pm 10:30
ABC The Ruggles The Jerry Colonna Show Paul Whiteman’s TV Teen Club Lesson in Safety America’s Health Harness Racing
CBS The Sammy Kaye Variety Show Beat the Clocl The Ken Murray Show Faye Emerson’s Wonderful Town The Show Goes On Songs for Sale
NBC The America Youth Forum One Man’s Family All-Star Revue Your Show of Shows Your Hit Parade
DuMont . . . Wrestling from the Marigold in Chicago

NBC: Dragnet began in January, alternating with Gangbusters at 9pm on Thursdays. Hopalong Cassidy aired on Sundays at 6-7pm until December. The Roy Rogers Show aired at 6:30 on Sundays, beginning in December. Chesterfield Sound-Off Time rotated its hosts, Bob Hope, Fred Allen, and Jerry Lester. Four Star Revue renamed All-Star Revue.

CBS: The Jack Benny Show continued to run as specials at 7:30 on Sundays.
DuMont: Life Is Worth Living with Bishop Fulton Sheen premiered in February on Tuesdays.

Syndicated western Death Valley Days debuts on March 1, 1952 and would run until August 1, 1975. I’ve Got a Secret debuts June 19, 1952 and would run until April 3, 1967 on CBS. Guiding Light debuts on June 30, 1952 and ended its run on September 18, 2009 as the longest running drama.

Credit: Wikipedia

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