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During the month of January, we’re ringing in the new year with series that were on television in 1957, ’67, ’77, ’87 and ’97. This week we feature the year 1987; tune in today starting at 2PM | 1C for a mini-binge of 21 Jump Street.

Officer Tom Hanson and a squad of youthful-looking undercover police officers investigate crimes in high schools and colleges.

Today's Theme: George Peppard

Through the Decades - January 23

Through the Decades looks back at when Madeline Albright became the first female U.S. Secretary of State.
7:00AM | 1:00PM | 7:00PM | 10:00PM

The Dick Cavett Show: George Peppard

Action television series The A-Team premiered on this day in 1983 and stars George Peppard. Today’s Dick Cavett Show features an interview with the actor.
8:00AM | 11:00PM

Hollywood Remembers: George Peppard

An episode of Hollywood Remembers profiles the life and career of George Peppard, known for roles in Breakfast at Tiffany's, The Carpetbaggers and television series The A-Team.
9:30AM | 12:30AM

Father Dowling Mysteries: The Fatal Confessions (1987)

Tom Bosley stars in this made-for-TV movie pilot for the hit television series. In his first case, the gumshoe priest helps a young man who’s trying to locate his biological parents.
10:00AM | 1:00AM

The Greats: Paul Robeson

Grammy winner Paul Robeson died on this day in 1976. Active in the Civil Rights Movement, Robeson was known for his powerful, deep voice and influence during the Harlem Renaissance.
12:00PM | 3:00AM

Power Players: George W. Bush

On this day in 2001, George W. Bush proposed an education program that would become No Child Left Behind. An episode of Power Players profiles the presidency of the man remembered for his leadership after the 9/11 terror attacks.
12:30PM | 3:30AM


31 fascinating facts about the Presidential Inauguration

Find out who was the last to wear a stovepipe hat — and who endured the coldest temperature.

10 dictionary terms turning 50 years old in 2017

Alas, this article is not scratch and sniff. Bummer.

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Decades Presents Remarkable Women - February

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Henry Ford Sets Speed Record

The founder of the Ford Motor Company set a world speed record on January 12, 1904. Driving model ... more

Former Governor George Ryan on Death Row Clemency

"I am a firm supporter of the death penalty. I believe if you take an innocent life, you forfeit ... more
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You're an honorary elf if you can complete these Christmas carol lyrics

Christmas carols! They're playing everywhere these days. Every time we hear that calming croon ... more

What happened next in these classic 'I Love Lucy' scenes?

Stomping the grapes. Getting tipsy on Vitameatavegamin. Growing face icicles in the freezer. ... more

Which TV show featured this turkey?

It's Thanksgiving season, and that means one thing: eating as much as you can with your family ... more
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