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- A show in which prayer is all in the family. Wall, J.M. // Christian Century;5/15/91, Vol. 108 Issue 17, p539
Editorial. Discusses the new CBS sitcom `Sunday Dinner,' an innovative show produced by Norman Lear which is attempting to make faith a part of a major television comedy program. Lear's goals for the sitcom; Media watchdog Donald Wildmon; More.
- Oldest local religion news program gets ax. // Christian Century;2/23/94, Vol. 111 Issue 6, p192
Reports on the phaseout of John Gallo's `Sunday Morning' religion news and issues program after 31 years on television. Coproduction of show by several denominations; Explanation of WCCO-TV management on the closure.
- Sunday TV dinner. Jones, T.K. // Christianity Today;7/22/91, Vol. 35 Issue 8, p13
Editorial. Debates the pros and cons, from a Christian perspective, of the summer sitcom `Sunday Dinner,' produced by Norman Lear. Acknowledgement that religion is significant in people's daily lives; Negative aspects of its New Age/secular humanist leanings.
- TV's little night music. Barol, B. // Newsweek;2/13/89, Vol. 113 Issue 7, p80
Discusses the success of `Sunday Night,' an hour long pop-music show syndicated to 45 stations weekly and hosted by saxophonist David Sanborn and keyboard player Jools Holland. Show; Guests.
- Tube. Queenan, Joe // People;6/24/96, Vol. 45 Issue 25, p15
Announces that Fox Network will air `Fox News Sunday,' a new public affairs program airing Sunday mornings. Tony Snow as the host of the show; How the show is geared toward young viewers; Comments on other news shows. INSET: This week.
- Picks & pans: Tube. Hiltbrand, D. // People;6/3/91, Vol. 35 Issue 21, p12
Reviews the television program `Sunday Dinner.`
- King Lear's comeback. Waters, H.F.; Wright, L. // Newsweek;5/20/1991, Vol. 117 Issue 20, p58
Announces that television producer Norman Lear will unveil a new sitcom on CBS called `Sunday Dinner,' a risky situation comedy about spirituality. The show represents the last word in Lear's autobiographical inclinations.
- ALTERNA-TV. Fonseca, Nicholas // Entertainment Weekly;11/7/2003, Issue 736, p63
Provides information on the television program "Sunday Morning Shoot-Out," hosted by Peter Guber and Peter Bart.
- Fox News Sunday turns five. Trigoboff, Dan // Broadcasting & Cable;04/30/2001, Vol. 131 Issue 19, p48
Reports on the fifth anniversary of the United States political talk show 'Fox News Sunday.' Highlights of the anniversary show; Strong ratings and younger demographics.