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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.

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  • 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!

  • 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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    James Hobson (also known as Jim Hobson) served longest as producer (1962–1982) and director of The Lawrence Welk Show. Hobson died on April 26, 2013, in Santa Monica Hospital, California.

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  • What was Lawrence Welk famous for?

    Lawrence Welk is a famous TV Show Host . He was born on March 11, 1903 and his birthplace is North Dakota. Lawrence is also well known as, TV bandleader of easy-listening champagne music who hosted The Lawrence Welk Show from 1945 to 1982.

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  • What time does Lawrence Welk come on?

    In many markets, the syndicated Lawrence Welk aired before the start of network prime-time on Saturday nights (7 p.m. Eastern Time); also in many areas, it competed against another show that was canceled by CBS and resurrected in syndication, also in 1971 — Hee Haw.

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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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01-09-2020 · The PBS Kids schedule is getting a refresh. This typically happens around the start of a new school year. ... The last episode of The Lawrence Welk Show will broadcast in …

01-09-2020

WITF’s TV schedule changes frequently week to week and month to month. However, we have some larger changes to some long-running programs to alert you to beginning September 7:

PBS Kids

Weekdays 6:00am – 1:00pm, Saturday 6:00am – 9:00am, Sunday 6:00am – 10:00am

The PBS Kids schedule is getting a refresh. This typically happens around the start of a new school year. We’re introducing Elinor Wonders Why to the schedule. The series encourages children to follow their curiosity, ask questions when they don’t understand and find answers using science inquiry skills. Join Elinor and her two buddies, Ari and Olive, as they explore Animal Town and work together to solve problems. See the new PBS Kids schedule on WITF. Preview the new series here. Elinor Wonders Why is also available on the WITFK PBS KIDS 24/7 channel, which has an updated schedule beginning September 7 too. WITFK PBS KIDS 24/7 is available as a livestream through our website and via the PBS Kids Video app. WITFK PBS KIDS 24/7 is also available on Comcast/Xfinity and Verizon FIOS.

The overall schedule for PBS Kids begins weekdays at 6:00am and continues to 1:00pm now. Previously it was ending at noon. Sesame Street and Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood will only broadcast in the mornings on WITF. They are no longer repeating at 7:00pm to make room for additional news and lifestyle programming. Viewers seeking PBS Kids programming at 7:00pm may access WITFK PBS Kids 24/7 for quality children’s programming all day long.

Learning At Home

Weekdays 11:00am – 3:00pm

WITF is continuing to offer programming aligned with education goals for school districts. The Learning at Home collection of programs overlaps with PBS Kids programming at 11:00am with Sesame Street and continuing with programs geared toward high school students between 1:00-3:00pm. This collection of programming in coordination with the State Department of Education, Intermediate Units across the state and all 7 PBS Stations. Learn more here…

Daytime How-To/Cooking

Weekdays 3:00pm – 4:00pm

America’s Test Kitchen, Fons and Porter Love of Quilting, Lidia’s Kitchen, Paint This with Jerry Yarnell and others are moving from the mid-day spot to 3:00pm. Please see WITF’s TV Schedule for information on where your favorite how-to program moved. Due to a limited amount of space, we have a few cooking and crafting shows that are paused in the schedule. We’re evaluating additional space in our weekend schedule later this fall to return them to the schedule. Weekday schedule in September 3:00-4:00pm will be:

  • Monday – America’s Test Kitchen – Fons & Porter’s Love of Quilting
  • Tuesday – Cook’s Country – Quilting Arts
  • Wednesday – Lidia’s Kitchen – Knit and Crochet Now
  • Thursday – Taste of History – Paint this with Jerry Yarnell

Other series will be back by October as room permits including: Pati’s Mexican Table (new series 9), Kitchen Queens (continuing new season 1), Fit 2 Stitch and It’s Sew Easy.

News and Public Affairs

Weekdays 4:00pm – 7:30pm

WITF has expanded our daily news offerings in the late afternoon/early evening. The line-up includes Amanpour & Company, DW The Day, BBC World News America and PBS Newshour. Beginning September 7, we add BBC Outside Source to the line-up at 7:00pm. More information about BBC Outside Source

This Old House

Saturdays at 9:00am and weeknights at 7:30pm

This Old House and Ask This Old House will continue to broadcast Saturday mornings. However, the Saturday afternoon repeat is ending. For the month of September Ask This Old House will run Monday to Friday at 7:30pm. Then in October with the new season for both series,, This Old House will broadcast Mondays at 7:30pm and Ask This Old House will broadcast Thursdays at 7:30pm.

Lawrence Welk and Carol Burnett

Saturday at 6:00pm and 7:00pm

We’re entering the final season of The Lawrence Welk Show. The series has been a mainstay on WITF’s schedule for decades. The last episode of The Lawrence Welk Show will broadcast in August 2021. While we say our final goodbyes, we will move the series up to 6:00pm Saturdays to make room for another variety series, The Carol Burnett Show. The first episode of ‘Carol’s Favorites’ will broadcast September 12 at 7:00pm. More information on The Carol Burnett Show

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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

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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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.

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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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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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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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The Lawrence Welk Show cast list, including photos of the actors when available. Lawrence Welk (March 11, 1903 â May 17, 1992) was an American musician, accordionist, bandleader, and television impresario, who hosted the television program The Lawrence Welk Show from 1951 to 1982. Bobby was very friendly, wholesome, dedicated to his dancing.

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Singer was featured on the hit show for 25 years Joe Feeney, a Nebraska-born tenor who crooned "Danny Boy" and other standards for 25 years on "The Lawrence Welk Show… His style came to be known to his large audience of radio, television, and live-performance fans (and critics) as "champagne music". The Lawrence Welk Show did try to change with the times. Indeed, many Welk performers married other Welk performers, and after a time, the whole show seemed to occupy an alternate universe from the increasingly youth-heavy Los Angeles it was taped in. Over 100 biographies from the Lawrence Welk Show. At the Champagne Theatre in Branson, Missouri, 47 alumnae of The Lawrence Welk Show (1955) reunite for an evening of song and dance. Quotation: "And a-one, and a-two." The Lawrence Welk Show is available for streaming on American Pop … Welk fired Alice Lon, the original Champagne Lady, in 1959--on-air--for crossing her legs on a desk during a number. After Elsie Hobson died in 2001, James met actress, singer and writer Ashley Aarons. 1931–1992 his death). He was 69. How they got hired, why they got fired, why they left, where they are now.Singers, dancers and band biographies. The Lawrence Welk Show (1955–1982) Series Cast & Crew. 5/17/1992 Age: 89 Cause of death: pneumonia Full name: Lawrence Welk ... pomoc.nvitamin.si With Daphne Zuniga, Sheila Aldridge, Sherry Aldridge, Ron Anderson. He also hosted two of the weekly Welk show rebroadcasts on PBS, which feature new 10- to 12-minute segments wrapped around the old programs. Lawrence Welk (March 11, 1903 – May 17, 1992) was an American musician, accordionist, Welk collaborated with Western artist Red Foley to record a version of Spade Cooley's "Shame on You" in 1945. hit "The Wah-Watusi" with the bass singer Larry Hooper wearing a beatnik outfit. Musical Performers Solo artists and groups, singers and instrumentalists, from a variety of genres. Lawrence Welk Dead Born: 3/11/1903 in Strasburg, North Dakota, USA Died: 5/17/1992 Age: 89 Cause of death: pneumonia Full name: Lawrence Welk Noted For: accordianist, bandleader, host, "The Lawrence Welk Show" (1955-82). He was featured weekly on dixieland and big band numbers, often in the company of Bob Havens (trombone), Don Bonnee or Mahlon Clark (clarinet), Russ Klein (tenor) and Frank Scott (piano). THE CHAMPAGNE MUSIC MAKERS: LAWRENCE WELK bandleader and host was born in Strasburg, North Dakota on March 11, 1903. Larry Hooper died of TEENney failure in 1983. This list includes all of the The Lawrence Welk Show main actors and actresses, so if they are an integral part of the show you'll find them below.You can various bits of trivia about these The Lawrence Welk Show stars, such as where the actor was born and what their year of birth is. Welk's 'champagne music' made for one of TV's most beloved series, first running on ABC from 1955 to 1971, then bubbling along in syndication until 1982. The "Stars of the Lawrence Welk Show" appeared there. Children, 3. Lawrence Welk Female Singers . In 1962, Cathcart joined the Lawrence Welk show. Lawrence Welk Net Worth: Lawrence Welk was an American musician, bandleader, and television personality who had a net worth of $8 million. The Lawrence Welk Show cast list, including photos of the actors when available. If we get started on the … Lawrence Welk's Son's Death . Bobby Burgess performs with all three of his dancing partners, Barbara Boylan, Cissy King and Elaine Balden. Lawrence Welk Deceased Cast Members The Lawrence Welk show had a large cast with musicians, singers, and dancers. 1931–1992 his death). Beginning in 1946, he began doing a lot of session work with Bing Crosby including appearances on his TV show. ABC put "The Lawrence Welk Show" on the air July 2, 1955. list deceased members of lawrence welk show. He accused her of "showing too much knee" and said he didn't tolerate "cheesecake" on his show. Lawrence Welk Show Cast. Athletes & Sports Figures And Tom stood out. The Lawrence Welk Show: Ava Barber, Lynn Anderson, Norma Zimmer, Lawrence Welk, Joe Feeney, Tom Netherton, Guy Hovis, Bobby Burgess The real story behind Cissy King and Natalie Nevins leaving the Show. TV show casts and stars of the silver screen. In recent years, Cuesta was one of the most popular of the featured performers at the Welk Resorts in Branson, Mo., and San Diego, and for the past few years he toured with "The Live Lawrence Welk Show." Complete song listing of Lawrence Welk on OLDIES.com Lawrence Welk ~ Songs List | OLDIES.com COVID-19: Because of processes designed to ensure the safety of our employees, you may experience a delay in the shipping of your order. Dick Cathcart, who provided the trumpet riffs for the 1955 film "Pete Kelly's Blues" and later played with the "Lawrence Welk Show" band, died on Monday. Lawrence Welk Cast Who Have Died . Aug 6, 2016. In 1951, Welk settled in Los Angeles. Where do I stream The Lawrence Welk Show online? Lawrence Welk Wikipedia 2020. Lawrence Welk Biography. She was often referred to as "Queen of the Honky-Tonk Piano" by Lawrence Welk himself. I got friendly with Cissy, Bobby and Tom. Over 60 years on TV! Welk was best known for hosting The Lawrence Welk Show from 1951 to 1982. The show became a Saturday night institution for many Americans. Our most popular category! Lawrence Welk Cast Still Living . Deceased Members Lawrence Welk Show . Children, 3. Jan 27, 2013 - SECOND PAGE TO WUNNERFUL PAST Sally Flynn and Clay Hart Lawrence Welk (March 11, 1903 – May 17, 1992) was an American musician, accordionist, One of his sons, Lawrence Welk Jr., married fellow Lawrence Welk Show performer Tanya Falan; they later This list includes all of the The Lawrence Welk Show main actors and actresses, so if they are an integral part of the show you'll find them below.You can various bits of trivia about these The Lawrence Welk Show stars, such as where the actor was born and what their year of birth is. Lawrence Welk Cast Death List . Interviews with living members. In watching all the re-runs of Lawrence Welk I appreciate that show a whole lot more then i did in my teens and early 20's. The series first aired on July 2, 1955. Lawrence Welk Members Passed Away . Political Figures U.S. Presidents, Cabinet, Congress, Supreme Court, state & local, world. Here is a Project I just set up for Lawrence Welk and his performers to help organize our search.. Should we focus on deceased stars or are living cast members famous enough. The group became an instant sensation, and Welk booked them as regulars on his show, where they performed every Saturday night for more than 13 years. The Lawrence Welk Show is a series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (22 episodes). Jo Ann Castle (born September 3, 1939) is an American honky-tonk pianist, best remembered for appearing on The Lawrence Welk Show. Myron Floren, Guy & Ralna (kept to themselves), Cissy King and Bobby Burgess and Tom Netherton. Lawrence Welk Deceased Cast Members. He became director of "The Lawrence Welk Show" in 1955 and in 1962 became the producer/director of the Welk show until his retirement in 1986. The Lawrence Welk Show Cast List … The Lennon Sisters, a harmonic quartet of siblings, made their debut appearance on "The Lawrence Welk Show" on Dec. 24, 1955, with an a cappella version of the song "He." A massive fan campaign ensued to bring her back; Welk … Directed by Dennis Glore. Ratings started low the first week, but quickly zoomed upwards. They were great. PBS Show Information. Lawrence Welk was on TV from 1955 to 1982 plus a lot of specials afterwards PBS once or twice a week. The Lawrence Welk Show cast list, including photos of the actors when available. Lawrence Welk (March 11, 1903 – May 17, 1992) was an American musician, accordionist, bandleader, and television impresario, who hosted the television program The Lawrence Welk Show from 1951 to 1982. Bobby was very friendly, wholesome, dedicated to his dancing. Lawrence Welk was born in Strasburg, North Dakota in March 1903 and passed away in May 1992. 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Lawrence Welk’s Big Band Splash Saturday, Nov. 20, at 7 PM Repeats Sunday, Nov. 21, at 2 PM . Lawrence Welk and his great orchestra, from the television show in the ‘70s and early ‘80s, plays the music of the Big Band Era and salutes legendary friends, including Glenn Miller, Benny Goodman, Tommy Dorsey, Woody Herman, Duke Ellington, Count Basie and others. The …

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Lawrence Welk and his great orchestra, from the television show in the ‘70s and early ‘80s, plays the music of the Big Band Era and salutes legendary friends, including Glenn Miller, Benny Goodman, Tommy Dorsey, Woody Herman, Duke Ellington, Count Basie and others. The Welk Musical Family sings classic Big Band songs and dances to the infectious rhythms of the ‘20s, ‘30s, ‘40s and ‘50s. The program includes performances of 20 full songs from many programs rarely, if ever, seen on the weekly series.

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Damn, I used to watch "The Lawrence Welk Show" with my family as a child. Now, I know that no one's perfect. But, I would have never guessed that Bob Ralston was a child molester. And, that Jo Ann Castle covered up for her husband's child molestation. Well, I guess you never really know what goes on behind the scenes until you pull the curtain.

OK...so I was minding my own business...responding in the Jazzy Vegetarian thread. When someone slagged Lawrence Welk, I defended him. Then that got me all nostalgic so I googled Jo Ann Castle. And up comes all this shit about her being a child molester. And Bob Ralston, too (OK, he supposedly had sex with teenage boys. That's actually not too hard to believe because he always seemed like a super repressed gay.)

Have you all heard anything about this before? Is this for real?

Thank God my grandparents are both dead.

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This thread is making me horny as HELL!

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Was Norma Zimmer implicated?

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OP, Thanks for the thread. Damn, I used to watch "The Lawrence Welk Show" with my family as a child.

Now, I know that no one's perfect. But, I would have never guessed that Bob Ralston was a child molester. And, that Jo Ann Castle covered up for her husband's child molestation. Well, I guess you never really know what goes on behind the scenes until you pull the curtain. (Like the Wizard of Oz actually being just a man behind the curtain).

So THAT'S why he never made a pass at us!

Was Bobby Burgess ever photographed wearing nothing but his Mouseketeer ears?

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Meh. Lil senorita Anacani was 12yr when I romper el tambor

This chippy was my Bieber starting at age fourteen

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All that smiling and acting pure drove them over the edge. I blame you Larry, you cheap Viennese bastard.

That's nothing! The Lennon sisters were practically a molestation assembly line!

And here I always thought that the majority of child molesters were on Hee Haw.

Was this true? I like Jo Ann's piano playing.

Jo Ann was an amazing musician. No wonder she had so many issues if she was covering for a child abusing husband. My grandmother loved this show.

Makes this even more creepy.

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I learned this tonight while enjoying a 1966 Lawrence Welk Christmas Special on Youtube. Something made me Google Jo Ann Castle after I watched play "Frosty the Snowman," as I remembered her fondly from the PBS reruns I'd watch with my mum. (I foolishly thought if I took piano lessons, I'd learn to play like her...fat chance.) I ended up watching another clip from 2007 in which Jo Ann looked very disheveled...like, really bad, with a side ponytail full of split ends. She mentioned her website at the end of the clip, and so I then Googled that to see if it still existed. It does, and boy does it spill the tea on her addictions and the child molestation stuff.

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Were your grandparents molested by them?

WTF? This is some crazy-ass shit.

You can't tell me that a dick never passed through these lips.

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R17 He looks like a blond version of the 40 Year Old Virgin.

Now he looks like Ladybird Bachmann.

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JoAnn Castle's life sounds like the template for that fat sow who is Honey Boo Boo's mother. Drugs, obesity and marrying child molesters.

[quote]Thank God my grandparents are both dead.

"Both"? Most of us have four.

Tom Netherton never married...you hit the nail on the head, R17! His Wikipedia said he did Triscuits commercials, so he must've been thought of by Nabisco as the male Sandy Duncan.

Here's the performance of Jo Ann Castle I watched where I knew something was up. Someone should've cared enough to've helped her with her hair. She probably had a gay assistant who she ran off with her boozing, using, and abusing.

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What utter bullshit OP. Whoever started a rumor like that is nuts.

Uh, are you not seeing the news articles R23?

Singer Tom Netherton, from I've heard has had boyfriends over the years, but none that lasted very long. He kept away from men during his Welk Show years. There was also a young accordion player in the later years of the show who is known to be gay, but was either married or engaged to a woman.

Jo Ann has trump butt syndrome.

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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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Why isn't Lawrence Welk on PBS anymore? ›

Because of changes in the agreement, our programming team chose not to renew the series.

What station is Lawrence Welk show on? ›

The Lawrence Welk Show

Where can I watch Lawrence Welk reruns? ›

  • Prime Video.
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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.

What does PBS pay for shows? ›

LPB funding will average between $5,000 and $100,000 for programs of most genres, including documentary, narrative, performance, mixed genre or new media.

What did Lawrence Welk pay his people? ›

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.

Can I still watch The Lawrence Welk Show? ›

The Lawrence Welk Show is not currently available to stream, rent, or buy but you can track it for updates. It's a family show with 211 episodes over 27 seasons. The Lawrence Welk Show is no longer running and has no plans to air new episodes or seasons.

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Our primary channel (NHPBS) is available online and on the PBS Video App. Our PBS KIDS channel is also available online and through the PBS KIDS app. We also stream our primary channel (NHPBS) and NHPBS Kids channel on YouTube TV.

What did Lawrence Welk always say? ›

Welk was famous for his catchphrase “Wunnerful, wunnerful!” and his song introduction of “Ah one, and ah two, and ah…” The music on the show ranged from polka tunes to novelty songs to big band standards. Colorfully costumed skits with low-budget props were liberally sprinkled into the program.

Is Lawrence Welk on directv? ›

Watch The Lawrence Welk Show - Available on DIRECTV | DIRECTV.

When did Lawrence Welk show end? ›

What came on after Lawrence Welk show? ›

Hee Haw” aired on CBS from 1969 to 1971, when it fell victim to what is known as the network's “rural purge.” But it, too, like Welk's show, continued production and aired in syndication until 1992.

Why did Lawrence Welk have an accent? ›

Welk's parents were immigrants from Alsace-Lorraine who spoke only German to the nine children they raised on their farm outside Strasburg, North Dakota. In fact, Lawrence Welk did not learn English until his early 20s, which explains the accent that became his trademark.

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

How much money does PBS make a year? ›

How much does PBS CEO make? ›

That helped Donald receive total compensation valued at $13.3 million for the year, up 19% from a year earlier, even as Carnival swung to a $10.2 billion loss for the fiscal year.

What company owns PBS? ›

PBS is a private, nonprofit media enterprise owned by its member public television stations. PBS distributes programming to approximately 350 locally controlled and operated public television stations across the country and is funded principally by these member stations, distribution and underwriting.

What was Lawrence Welk's net worth when he passed away? ›

That's the same as around $277 million in today's dollars. Lawrence Welk passed away on May 17, 1992, at the age of 89.
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Net Worth:$150 Million
Date of Birth:Mar 11, 1903 - May 17, 1992 (89 years old)
Gender:Male
Profession:Musician, Bandleader, Impresario
Nationality:United States of America

Who owns the rights to The Lawrence Welk Show? ›

Welk Resorts will be sold to Marriott for $430M after 57 years of family ownership - The San Diego Union-Tribune.

Who was the first Champagne Lady on Lawrence Welk show? ›

Lois Herman, of Mendota Heights, Welk's “Original Champagne Lady” and later the featured singer in a 35-year run at the Prom Ballroom in St. Paul, died Oct. 28 of heart failure. She was 98.

How long was Lawrence Welk Show on TV? ›

Mr. Welk and his bubbling music-makers were a television staple for 36 years, making their debut in an era when Arthur Godfrey, Groucho Marx, George Burns and Gracie Allen, Kukla, Fran and Ollie and Jackie Gleason's Honeymooners were at the top of the Nielsens.

How do you get passport on TV? ›

Passport is currently available through new Samsung Smart TVs (2018, 2019, 2020), Android TVs, Streaming Devices, and Casting Devices. These specific TV models for Samsung have the app pre-downloaded. As far as we know all 2020+ models have the app available. Android TVs use the Google Play Store app to download apps.

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What channel is this old house on FIOS? ›

Select past seasons of both shows are also available for free on demand and on the This Old House linear channel (channel 456). You can also stream classic episodes featuring hosts Bob Vila and Steve Thomas on the This Old House Classic channel (channel 457).

What was the opening song for The Lawrence Welk Show? ›

Lawrence Welk's opening theme song was called "Bubbles in the Wine."

Who were the female singers on The Lawrence Welk Show? ›

America first fell in love with The Lennon Sisters as the "girls next door." For 13 years on The Lawrence Welk Show, the Sisters (Dianne, Peggy, Kathy and Janet), charmed the nation with their sweet-voiced harmonies.

Where was Lawrence Welk taped? ›

The 1965–66 season was taped at the Hollywood Palace because that was ABC's only West Coast TV studio at the time equipped for live or taped color production; Welk had insisted that the show go color in 1965 because he believed that being broadcast in color was critical to the continued success of his program.

What channel is PBS on directv? ›

PBS is on channel number 389 on DIRECTV in most cases, but if you can't find it there, check channel number 30. Since PBS has local channels as well, looking through the channel guide will offer you a better picture of what other PBS channels are available to watch on your DIRECTV cable service.

Why did Alice Lon leave the Welk Show? ›

Her alto singing voice graced Welk's show weekly until 1959, when she left the show over musical and money issues, although a popular legend developed that she was fired for showing too much leg and for crossing her feet on Welk's desk, something he didn't like.

Is Myron Floren still alive? ›

Why is CBS showing reruns? ›

During its brief hiatus, CBS will air reruns in place of new episodes to make sure fans are still getting their fix on watching that giant wheel spin. Reruns are more common in the summer.

How old is Lawrence Welk? ›

Was Lawrence Welk a good musician? ›

Lawrence Welk was not just a great composer but also a great musician. And loved his accent there. And that the TV series was to showcase that over singers whether guest starring or were LW regulars there. Plus on that over in dancers there.

Where did Lawrence Welk live in California? ›

The Palm Springs, CA, home of the late Lawrence Welk—whose namesake music variety show aired from 1951 to 1982—proved popular with buyers.

Are Guy and Ralna from The Lawrence Welk Show still married? ›

Lawrence Welk Stars Still Perform Regularly

The Lawrence Welk Show stars Guy Hovis and Ralna English married in 1969 and divorced in 1984, and are not still married as reported in a previous edition of American Profile.

How old is Tanya Welk? ›

Who were the married couples on The Lawrence Welk Show? ›

Guy Hovis and Ralna English – the only married couple ever featured together on TV's “The Lawrence Welk Show” – may not have found lasting harmony at home, but three decades after their 15-year marriage ended in divorce, the singing duo known as “Guy & Ralna” continue to harmonize onstage, as they will when they play ...

Is Lawrence Welk on directv? ›

Watch The Lawrence Welk Show - Available on DIRECTV | DIRECTV.

How much is the Welk family worth? ›

Early Life: Lawrence Welk was born in Strasburg, North Dakota on March 11, 1903. He was the sixth of eight children born to German-speaking immigrants who emigrated from what is now Ukraine in 1892.
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Was Lawrence Welk's wife ever on the show? ›

Why did Lawrence Welk have an accent? ›

Welk's parents were immigrants from Alsace-Lorraine who spoke only German to the nine children they raised on their farm outside Strasburg, North Dakota. In fact, Lawrence Welk did not learn English until his early 20s, which explains the accent that became his trademark.

What channel is PBS on directv? ›

PBS is on channel number 389 on DIRECTV in most cases, but if you can't find it there, check channel number 30. Since PBS has local channels as well, looking through the channel guide will offer you a better picture of what other PBS channels are available to watch on your DIRECTV cable service.

What came on after Lawrence Welk Show? ›

Hee Haw” aired on CBS from 1969 to 1971, when it fell victim to what is known as the network's “rural purge.” But it, too, like Welk's show, continued production and aired in syndication until 1992.

Did Marriott buy Welk? ›

Marriott Vacations Worldwide Completes Acquisition of Welk Resorts. Posted on June 17, 2021 by A Timeshare Broker, Inc. Marriott Vacations World has completed the acquisition of Welk Resorts. The purchase of Welk Resorts will bring a total of nine new properties under the Hyatt Residence Club.

Who owns the rights to The Lawrence Welk Show? ›

Welk Resorts will be sold to Marriott for $430M after 57 years of family ownership - The San Diego Union-Tribune.

Who bought Welk? ›

– April 1, 2021 – Marriott Vacations Worldwide (NYSE: VAC) (“MVW” or the “Company”) announced today that it has completed the previously announced acquisition of Welk Resorts, one of the largest independent timeshare companies in North America, for $485 million, including approximately 1.4 million MVW common shares of ...

Is Myron Floren still living? ›

Are Guy and Ralna from The Lawrence Welk Show still married? ›

Lawrence Welk Stars Still Perform Regularly

The Lawrence Welk Show stars Guy Hovis and Ralna English married in 1969 and divorced in 1984, and are not still married as reported in a previous edition of American Profile.

Who were the female singers on The Lawrence Welk Show? ›

America first fell in love with The Lennon Sisters as the "girls next door." For 13 years on The Lawrence Welk Show, the Sisters (Dianne, Peggy, Kathy and Janet), charmed the nation with their sweet-voiced harmonies.

Was Lawrence Welk a good musician? ›

Lawrence Welk was not just a great composer but also a great musician. And loved his accent there. And that the TV series was to showcase that over singers whether guest starring or were LW regulars there. Plus on that over in dancers there.

Where did Lawrence Welk live in California? ›

The Palm Springs, CA, home of the late Lawrence Welk—whose namesake music variety show aired from 1951 to 1982—proved popular with buyers.

When was Lawrence Welk's last show? ›

THE FINAL EPISODE. After 27 years and over 1,000 episodes on national television, an era has come to an end in the Spring of 1982. Lawrence and his Champagne Music Makers come together on camera for one last time as we watch.....

Videos

1. Lawrence Welk Show - "Those were the days" - 1975 - Complete HD
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2. Lawrence Welk's TV Treasures (PBS Special 2007) - Complete HD
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3. Semonski Sisters - "Jeepers Creepers"
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4. Lawrence Welk - Christmas Show - December 19, 1981 - Season 27, Episode 15
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5. A&E Biography: Lawrence Welk, A Wunnerful, Wunnerful Life
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6. The Lawrence Welk Show. New Year's (1970). Full Episode.
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