In 1965, the Columbia Broadcasting System (CBS) commissioned Stan Freberg to create a series of radio spots, introducing the CBS Television Network's new 1965-66 nighttime program schedule.
We invite you to sample an unusual recording containing some tantizing, if unorthodox, impressions of the CBS Teleision Network's new Fall program schedule as viewed by the famous free-wheeling satarist Stan Freberg.
This album contains a series of one-minute radio announcements supporting the CBS Television Networks Fall program schedule. They describe, in the offhand Freberg manner; all eleven of the Networks new programs and a handful of its returning favorites. The sixteen announcements are recorded in the following order:
"Hazel"(With Helen Kleeb)
MONDAYS, 9:30 PM (New York Time)
"The Steve Lawrence Show"
MONDAYS, 10 PM
"Lost in Space"
WEDNESDAYS, 7:30 PM
"Green Acres" (With Eddie Albert)
WEDNESDAYS, 9 PM
"My Three Sons" (With Peter Leeds)
THURSDAYS, 8:30 PM
"The CBS Thursday Night Movies"
THURSDAYS, 9 PM
"The Wild, Wild West"
FRIDAYS, 7:30 PM
"Hogan's Heroes" (With Bob Crane)
FRIDAYS, 8:30 PM
"Smothers Brothers"(With Helen Kleeb)
FRIDAYS, 9:30 PM
"Trials of O'Brien"
"The Loner" (With Lloyd Bridges)
SATURDAYS, 9:30 PM