On Now: 8:00PM ET The Dick Cavett Show: Jackie Robinson, George Plimpton, and Daniel Fader
On Next: 9:30PM ET Movie Star: Kevin Kline
On Later: 10:00PM ET DECADES Feature: Goodnight Sweet Wife: A Murder in Boston
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This week in 1989 Charles Stuart shot and killed his pregnant wife and unborn child for the purpose of collecting on a life insurance policy.

Goodnight Sweet Wife: A Murder in Boston is a fact-based drama about the murders. Having said he and his wife were robbed and shot, Stuart's case later collapsed when his brother offered testimony of having knowledge of the scheme.

Through the Decades - October 24

Through the Decades explores the events and news that captured our attention and left a mark on our collective memories.
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The Dick Cavett Show: Jackie Robinson

Jackie Robinson died on this day in 1972. Robinson became the first African-American baseball player in the major leagues when he started on the Brooklyn Dodgers. Today's Dick Cavett Show features an interview with the trailblazing ballplayer.
8:00AM | 2:00PM | 8:00PM | 2:00AM

Documentary: MovieStar: Kevin Kline

Academy Award–winning actor Kevin Kline was born on this day in 1947. An episode of MovieStar profiles Kline’s career and features interviews with Jamie Lee Curtis, Steve Martin and Beyonce.
9:30AM | 3:30PM | 9:30PM | 3:30AM

Feature Film: Goodnight, Sweet Wife: A Murder in Boston (1990)

This fact-based drama about the 1989 Charles Stuart murders looks at how a man almost got away with murder and fraud while exacerbating racial tensions.
10:00AM | 4:00PM | 10:00PM | 4:00AM

21 Jump Street: God is a Bullet (1989)

In "God is a Bullet,” the Jump Street team intervenes when a tough new principal goes too far in his attempts to clean up a drug- and crime-infested inner city school.
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