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Television Appearances - November 2003

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Saturday - November 1, 2003
7:40 am Black Starz! Last of the Mississippi Jukes (2002) documentary takes a look at the disappearing institution of juke joints in the rural south (read more); includes performances by Louisiana natives Chris Thomas King and Bobby Rush, plus Alvin Youngblood Hart, Greg "Fingers" Taylor, and others (repeats at 3:35 pm)
6:00 pm WLAE 32 The Blues - "Warming by the Devil's Fire"

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Director Charles Burnett presents a tale about a young boy's encounter with his family in Mississippi in 1955, and tensions between the heavenly strains of gospel and the devilish moans of the blues; features archival performances by Son House, Sister Rosetta Tharpe, Mississippi John Hurt, Victoria Spivey, Willie Dixon, Muddy Waters, Ida Cox, Mamie Smith, Lightnin' Hopkins, Reverend Gary Davis, Big Bill Broonzy, W.C. Handy, Sonny Boy Williamson, and Bessie Smith
7:00 pm CBS 48 Hours Investigates 48 Hours goes behind the scenes with top country music stars Shania Twain, Brooks & Dunn, Kenny Chesney, LeAnn Rimes and Reba McEntire as the industry prepares for its biggest night, "The Country Music Awards"

Monday - November 3, 2003
4:00 pm Comedy Central Saturday Night Live musical guest Lucinda Williams performs "Can't Let Go" and "Too Cool To Be Forgotten" (originally aired on 02/20/99)
9:00 pm TRIO Late Night with David Letterman vintage Letterman show from his NBC days features guests Hank Williams, Jr., Elayne Boosler and John Carpenter (original air date 06/09/1982; repeats at 12:00 am)

Tuesday - November 4, 2003
5:00 am Bravo Popular Song: Soundtrack of the Century (Part 1/8) Part 1 looks at the early years of the American musical theatre, tracing the process by which music rooted in Jewish and African-American traditions melded into the soundtrack that guided Americans through the Great Depression; features Al Jolson, Cole Porter, George Gershwin, Irving Berlin, Oscar Hammerstein, Richard Rogers; with comments from Wynton Marsalis and others (rerun)
10:00 am CMT Living Proof: The Hank Williams Jr. Story (1983) Richard Thomas stars in this TV docudrama charting the rise of Hank Williams, Jr.; features appearances by Merle Kilgore and Naomi Judd
3:00 pm BET Rap City: Tha Bassment Cash Money Records rap star Lil' Wayne drops by Rap City (rerun from 10/13/2003)

Wednesday - November 5, 2003
5:00 am Bravo Popular Song: Soundtrack of the Century (Part 2/8) Part 2 delves deep into the Jazz Age; includes contributions from Tony Bennett, Harry Connick Jr., Artie Shaw, Johnny Mathis, Burt Bacharach, Elvis Costello and Willie Nelson; Hoagy Charmichael talks about the origins of "Stardust"; Paul McCartney describes the writing of "Yesterday"; performances include Al Jolson, Ella Fitzgerald, Frank Sinatra & Bing Crosby duet on "Did You Evah?", and Louis Armstrong performing "Heebie Jeebies" (rerun)
11:00 am VH1 Driven: Tim McGraw hour-long profile of country star Tim McGraw (rerun)
7:00 pm CBS 37th Annual CMA Awards airs live from Nashville; Vince Gill hosts; country music legends Floyd Cramer (1933-1977) and Carl Smith will be inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame; nominees include Tim McGraw and Brooks & Dunn; scheduled performers include Tim McGraw and Brooks & Dunn; also, a tribute to Johnny Cash featuring Sheryl Crow, Kris Kristofferson, Willie Nelson, Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, Travis Tritt and Hank Williams, Jr.; presenters include Chris Cagle (3 hours)
7:00 pm CMT Driven: Tim McGraw hour-long profile of country star Tim McGraw (originally aired on VH1; repeats at 10:00 pm)

Thursday - November 6, 2003
5:00 am Bravo Popular Song: Soundtrack of the Century (Part 3/8) Part 3 traces the roots of Rock & Roll by starting with a look at a young Elvis Presley and backtracking 50 years to the Deep South where Rock & Roll's most basic components - Jazz, Blues, Gospel, Country and Hillbilly music began to mix and meld into a form that 50 years later would be deemed the fad that was "here to stay"; interviews and performances include Bessie Smith, Huddie "Leadbelly" Ledbetter, Robert Johnson, Muddy Waters, Louis Jordan, BB King, Hank Williams and Big Joe Turner (repeats at 3:30 am Friday morning)
12:00 pm BET Jazz Journey With Jazz At Lincoln Center "Bone Structure" - Wynton Marsalis and the Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra perform, featuring Wycliffe Gordon and Ron Westray (repeats at 8:00 pm and 11:00 pm)
3:00 pm WWL 4 Oprah Winfrey Show
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Oprah takes you to the place where she hangs out, and other celebrities take you to their favorite places! Bachelor Bob's romantic hideaway where he wooed the final two, where Cindy Crawford shops 'til she drops, Harry Connick, Jr.'s hometown hot spot and Rosie O'Donnell's first love; Harry also performs w/ his big band, including Leroy Jones, Craig Klein, Lucien Barbarin and Mark Mullins (syndicated; check local listings)

Friday - November 7, 2003
6:35 am Black Starz! Last of the Mississippi Jukes (2002) documentary takes a look at the disappearing institution of juke joints in the rural south (read more); includes performances by Louisiana natives Chris Thomas King and Bobby Rush, plus Alvin Youngblood Hart, Greg "Fingers" Taylor, and others (repeats at 5:30 pm and 12:00 am)
9:45 am Black Starz! John Lee Hooker - That's My Story (2001) the life and times of John Lee Hooker told through words and music; with Bonnie Raitt, Eric Clapton, Buddy Guy, Peter Wolf, Carlos Santana, Robert Cray, John Mayall, Charlie Musselwhite, John Hammond, and many others (repeats at 2:35 pm)
5:00 pm WB 38 Fresh Prince of Bel-Air "Stop Will! In the Name of Love" - a Valentine's double date finds Will (Will Smith) treating Ashley (Tatyana Ali) like a kid and Ashley demanding respect; Branford Marsalis makes a guest appearance (originally aired on NBC on February 14, 1994)
8:00 pm Cox 10 Louisiana Jukebox featuring performances from Soul Rebels, Henry Butler, Magnolia Sisters and Sonia Tetlow (originally aired on 04/11/03; see below for Louisiana Jukebox rerun schedule!)

Saturday - November 8, 2003
8:10 am Black Starz! Hellhounds On My Trail: The Afterlife of Robert Johnson (1999) documentary on blues legend Robert Johnson features many performances; with Keb' Mo', Sonny Landreth, Bob Weir, Irma Thomas (with Tracy Nelson and Marcia Ball), R.L. Burnside, Chris Whitley, Robert Lockwood Jr., David "Honeyboy" Edwards, etc.
11:00 am MTV All Eyes on Britney Spears MTV New's Suchin Pak sits down with Britney Spears to discuss her new album, her sexuality, her new-found spirtuality (Kabala), her relationships, and more (premiere; repeats at 6:30 pm)
6:00 pm WLAE 32 The Blues - "Godfathers and Sons"

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In Marc Levin's lively verite-driven film, hip-hop legend Chuck D (of Public Enemy) and Marshall Chess (son of Leonard Chess and heir to the Chess Records legacy) return to Chicago to explore the heyday of Chicago Blues as they unite to produce an album that seeks to bring veteran blues players together with hip-hop artists such as Common and members of The Roots; Featured performers: Ike Turner, Pinetop Perkins, Otis Rush, Koko Taylor, Chuck D, Common, Sam Lay, Lonnie Brooks, Smokey Smothers, Magic Slim, "Electric Mud Band": Pete Cosey, Phil Upchurch, Louis Satterfield, Morris Jennings, Kyle, Rahzel and ?uestlove of The Roots; Archival performances: Paul Butterfield, Bo Diddley, Sonny Terry & Brownie McGhee, Muddy Waters, Sonny Boy Williamson and Howlin' Wolf

Sunday - November 9, 2003
7:30 am TNT Above The Law (1988) crime thriller stars Steven Seagal, Pam Grier, Sharon Stone and Ronnie Barron (repeats at 12:00 am)
9:00 am BET Jazz Journey With Jazz At Lincoln Center "Bone Structure" - Wynton Marsalis and the Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra perform, featuring Wycliffe Gordon and Ron Westray (repeats at 8:00 pm and 4:00 am)
11:00 am VH1 Behind The Music: Britney Spears Britney Spears gets the BTM treatment from VH1; Behind the Music documents her record-setting past, chronicles the goings-on of her whirlwind present, and looks to her promising future as she prepares to release her fourth album (premiere; repeats at 9:00 pm and 10:30 pm)
12:00 pm WYES 12 All on a Mardis Gras Day great documentary on black carnival traditions of New Orleans won "Louisiana Filmmaker Award" at the 2003 New Orleans Film Festival; produced by Royce Osborn and Jerry Brock; interviews include Al "Carnival Time" Johnson, Donald Harrison Jr., "Uncle" Lionel Batiste, Big Chief Tootie Montana, Bruce "Sunpie" Barnes, and Rev. Goat Carson, plus clips of Jelly Roll Morton and Louis Armstrong (rerun)
6:00 pm NBC Dateline NBC "Britney Spears: Unzipped" - Dateline follows Britney Spears from her days as a Mouseketeer to New York City's late night scene, where our cameras captured pop princess giving what may be her wildest, rawest, sweatiest performance yet; how far will she go to keep herself in the spotlight? correspondent Hoda Kotb goes in search of the answer

Monday - November 10, 2003
7:30 am MTV All Eyes on Britney Spears MTV New's Suchin Pak sits down with Britney Spears to discuss her new album, her sexuality, her new-found spirtuality (Kabala), her relationships, and more (rerun; repeats at 2:00 pm)
9:00 am E! Style Star Britney Spears' fashion is always daring and sexy; we'll see how this blonde bombshell was driven to become pop's princess and how her look changed along the way
11:00 am VH1 Behind The Music: Britney Spears new profile of pop star Britney Spears (rerun; repeats at 5:00 pm, 8:00 pm and 11:30 pm)
12:00 pm VH1 The Fabulous Life: Britney Spears series on the lifestyles of the rich and famous; episode features pop star Britney Spears (rerun)
4:00 pm MTV TRL (Total Request Live) a performance by Britney Spears; other scheduled guests include rapper Nelly and actor Will Ferrell
6:00 pm CMT CMT Crossroads: Hank Williams, Jr. and Kid Rock Hank Williams, Jr. and Kid Rock perform together and discuss their music (rerun)
9:30 pm WYES 12 Bourbon Street: The Neon Strip (1993) a look at the infamous street starting with its noble birth to its more earthy existence today; performance clips include Papa Celestin, Sharkey Bonano, Al Hirt and Chris Owens; interview clips include Danny Barker, Al Hirt, Chris Owens, Lindy Boggs
10:00 pm CMT Inside Fame: Hank Williams, Jr. country music star Hank Williams, Jr. tells his life story (rerun)

Tuesday - November 11, 2003
7:00 am MTV TRL (Total Request Live) a performance by Britney Spears; other scheduled guests include rapper Nelly and actor Will Ferrell (rerun)
12:00 pm BET Jazz Journey With Jazz At Lincoln Center "Valentine Swing" - Wynton Marsalis and the Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra perform at the Supper Club in NYC on Valentine's Day (repeats at 8:00 pm and 11:00 pm)
5:30 pm Black Starz! John Lee Hooker - That's My Story (2001) the life and times of John Lee Hooker told through words and music; with Bonnie Raitt, Eric Clapton, Buddy Guy, Peter Wolf, Carlos Santana, Robert Cray, John Mayall, Charlie Musselwhite, John Hammond, and many others (repeats at 3:50 am)
7:00 pm BET 2003 Source Hip-Hop Music Awards taped October 13, 2003 in Miami; winners include Bryan "Baby" Williams of Cash Money Records ("Trendsetter of the Year"); performers include Wyclef Jean, Nelly w/ Murphy Lee & P. Diddy, Lil' Jon & the Eastside Boyz, and more

Wednesday - November 12, 2003
7:00 am ABC Good Morning America Diane Sawyer previews her exclusive "Primetime" interview with Britney Spears; parenting contributor Ann Pleshette Murphy reports on breakthrough dyslexia

Thursday - November 13, 2003
7:00 am ABC Good Morning America More with Diane Sawyer and Britney Spears; "On-Call" medical report with Dr. Tim Johnson; actor Paul Bettany ("Master & Commander")
10:00 am Black Starz! Hellhounds On My Trail: The Afterlife of Robert Johnson (1999) documentary on blues legend Robert Johnson features many performances; with Keb' Mo', Sonny Landreth, Bob Weir, Irma Thomas (with Tracy Nelson and Marcia Ball), R.L. Burnside, Chris Whitley, Robert Lockwood Jr., David "Honeyboy" Edwards, etc. (repeats at 8:45 pm and 4:50 am)
9:00 pm ABC Primetime Thursday in a wide-ranging hourlong interview with Diane Sawyer, Britney Spears talks candidly about her music, relationships, provocative magazine spreads, Madonna, and life at 21
12:05 am ABC Jimmy Kimmel Live Britney Spears helps host Jimmy Kimmel celebrate his 36th birthday; other guests include singer Clay Aiken

Friday - November 14, 2003
8:00 pm Cox 10 Louisiana Jukebox (rerun) featuring performances from Theresa Andersson, Soul Remedy, New Orleans Jazz Vipers and Misty Moon (see below for Louisiana Jukebox rerun schedule!)
9:00 pm CMT Rediscovered (#3) career updates on Pam Tillis, Sammy Kershaw, Collin Raye, David Ball, Ricky Van Shelton, Lila McCann and Anne Murray
9:30 pm CMT Rediscovered (#4) career updates on Chely Wright, Suzy Boggus, Billy Gilman, Doug Supernaw, Holly Dunn, Johnny Rodriguez and Mickey Gilley

Saturday - November 15, 2003
11:00 am MTV Britney: In The Zone & Out All Night in this 1 hour special, Britney Spears unleashes some of her new tunes (from "In The Zone") on unsuspecting New Yorkers in a variety of locations - with no advance warning; MTV captures fan reactions as the pop star shows up unexpectedly to perform for star-struck audiences; from backstage jitters to production office "war room" mayhem, limousine caravans with police escorts to stunned fans around the city, this show will introduce the world to a brand new Britney
6:00 pm WLAE 32 The Blues - "Red, White and Blues"

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director Mike Figgis' film examines the 60's blues scene in the U.K.; Featured performers: Tom Jones, Jeff Beck, Van Morrison, Humphrey Lyttelton, Lonnie Donnegan, B.B. King, Albert Lee, Chris Farlowe, Georgie Fame, Lulu and Jon Cleary; Archive clips: Big Bill Broonzy, Rolling Stones, Cream, Alexis Korner, Sister Rosetta Tharpe, Muddy Waters, Brownie McGhee & Sonny Terry
7:00 pm CMT The Johnny Cash Memorial Tribute stars come out in honor of the late Johnny Cash; scheduled to perform are Roseanne Cash, Kris Kristofferson, Sheryl Crow, John Mellencamp, George Jones, Willie Nelson, Hank Williams, Jr., Kid Rock, Brooks & Dunn, Rodney Crowell, Marty Stuart, Steve Earle and others (taped Nov. 10 at the Ryman in Nashville)
10:00 pm BET Hot Boyz (1999) crime drama from No Limit Films stars Master P, C-Murder, Silkk the Shocker, Snoop Dogg, Mystikal, Mia X and Mac; written and directed by Master P
10:00 pm PBS Austin City Limits John Mayer takes his music in a bluesier direction with the help of Stevie Ray Vaughan's rhythm section Double Trouble and guitar legend Buddy Guy (premiere; does not air locally!)
11:00 pm WYES 12 All on a Mardis Gras Day great documentary on black carnival traditions of New Orleans won "Louisiana Filmmaker Award" at the 2003 New Orleans Film Festival; produced by Royce Osborn and Jerry Brock; interviews include Al "Carnival Time" Johnson, Donald Harrison Jr., "Uncle" Lionel Batiste, Big Chief Tootie Montana, Bruce "Sunpie" Barnes, and Rev. Goat Carson, plus clips of Jelly Roll Morton and Louis Armstrong (rerun)
12:00 am CMT Inside Fame: Hank Williams, Jr. country music star Hank Williams, Jr. tells his life story (rerun)

Sunday - November 16, 2003
12:00 pm BET Journey With Jazz At Lincoln Center "Hawaiian Sunrise, Part 2" - Wynton Marsalis and the Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra perform on their Fall 2002 Asian tour
7:00 pm ABC 31st Annual American Music Awards Jimmy Kimmel hosts; nominees include Tim McGraw and Brooks & Dunn; scheduled performers include Britney Spears, Metallica, Alan Jackson, Ashanti, Hilary Duff, Sheryl Crow, Kid Rock, Ricky Martin, OutKast, Pink, Evanescence, Sean Paul, 3 Doors Down, Rod Stewart, Fleetwood Mac, Toby Keith, Ruben Studdard and Clay Aiken; presenters include Tim McGraw
8:00 pm FOOD Emeril's Thanksgiving with Our Troops Emeril salutes our troops by cooking a kicked up Thanksgiving dinner at McGuire Air Force Base in New Jersey; Emeril is joined by guest Trace Adkins, who performs for the troops (repeats at 12:00 am)
9:00 pm TRIO Check and Double Check (1930) hoping to capitalize on the runaway success of the "Amos 'n' Andy" radio show, RKO-Radio Pictures signed the white radio actors Charles J. Correll (Andy) and Freeman F. Gosden (Amos) to portray their African-American characters on screen; shocking to modern sensibilities, with Gosden and Correll performing in blackface against an African-American cast, the film became RKO's biggest hit of the 1930-31 season; includes Duke Ellington & his Cotton Club Orchestra (w/ Barney Bigard and Wellman Braud) performing "East St. Louis Toodle-oo" and "Three Little Words", and a performance by The Rhythm Boys featuring an uncredited Bing Crosby (repeats at 12:00 am)

Monday - November 17, 2003
7:00 am ABC Good Morning America behind the scenes of last night's American Music Awards with Britney Spears
8:50 am Black Starz! John Lee Hooker - That's My Story (2001) the life and times of John Lee Hooker told through words and music; with Bonnie Raitt, Eric Clapton, Buddy Guy, Peter Wolf, Carlos Santana, Robert Cray, John Mayall, Charlie Musselwhite, John Hammond, and many others (repeats at 5:30 pm)
3:00 pm BET Rap City: Tha Bassment Cash Money Records rappers, the Big Tymers are today's guest
7:00 pm ABC Britney Spears: In the Zone one hour special on pop star Britney Spears features exclusive performance footage interwoven with a "behind the scenes" look at this young superstar's hectic life; the performances, shot in New York City's Gotham Hall, will include songs from the Jive Recording artist's November 18 release, "In the Zone," as well as some of her biggest hits; filmed in the round, Britney will be accompanied by her team of dancers, a full band, and even a string quartet for one number; the show features a collection of dramatic stage settings that give the concert a true storyline; emotions and energy run high, as the show reflects its influences - ranging from "Alice in Wonderland" to "Cabaret" - and presents Britney in a variety of incarnations that are sexy, Gothic, romantic and truly eye-popping
7:00 pm FX The Big Easy (1987) thriller set in New Orleans stars Dennis Quaid and Ellen Barkin; also appearing are Irma Thomas, Dewey Balfa (w/ Christine Balfa and Robert Jardell), Terrance Simien and Solomon Burke (check out the soundtrack; repeats at 10:30 pm)
8:00 pm ABC Monday Night Football "Monday Night at the Mic" halftime segment features San Diego Chargers QB Doug Flutie (playing drums with Barenaked Ladies) vs. New Orleans Saints center Jerry Fontenot (playing guitar with Nickelback); Britney Spears joins Hank Williams, Jr. on this week's version of "Are You Ready for Some Football" (at start of show)
10:25 pm NBC The Tonight Show with Jay Leno Guests include singer Britney Spears, actor Jim Belushi and music by Britney Spears

Tuesday - November 18, 2003
4:20 am Black Starz! Last of the Mississippi Jukes (2002) documentary takes a look at the disappearing institution of juke joints in the rural south (read more); includes performances by Louisiana natives Chris Thomas King and Bobby Rush, plus Alvin Youngblood Hart, Greg "Fingers" Taylor, and others (repeats at 12:10 pm)
4:00 pm MTV TRL (Total Request Live) Britney Spears stops by TRL for an interview on the day of her new album release
6:30 pm BET Access Granted rapper Juvenile has returned to the Cash Money Millionaires and to New Orleans to film his latest video, "It's My Life"; join BET as Juvenile grants viewers full access to the set of his video and the world premiere of the final production
7:00 pm FOOD Emeril's Thanksgiving with Our Troops Emeril salutes our troops by cooking a kicked up Thanksgiving dinner at McGuire Air Force Base in New Jersey; Emeril is joined by guest Trace Adkins, who performs for the troops (repeats at 11:00 pm)
2:10 am HBO 2 Chris Rock Show interview with actress Pamela Anderson; performance by rapper Mystikal (originally aired on October 6, 2000)

Wednesday - November 19, 2003
5:00 am Bravo Popular Song: Soundtrack of the Century (Part 8/8) featured atists include ABBA, Blondie, Britney Spears, Jackson 5, Madonna, The Osmonds, George Michael and the Spice Girls. Commentators: Don Kirshner, Bay City Rollers, Mickey Dolenz, Boy George, Robin Gibb, Simon LeBon, and more (rerun)
3:00 pm BET Rap City: Tha Bassment rap star Juvenile is today's guest
6:00 pm TRIO Sessions at West 54th Branford Marsalis performs (backed by Joey Calderazzo, Eric Revis and Jeff "Tain" Watts); Cape Verde singer Cesaria Evora also performs (originally aired on 11/13/1999)
8:00 pm TRIO Satchmo The Great (1957)

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CBS News icons Edward R. Murrow and Fred Friendly created this intimate and revealing portrait of Louis Armstrong; included are segments of Louis Armstrong and His All-Stars' 1956 concerts in western Europe, the Gold Coast of Africa and the USA as well as his reflections on music and the origin of his nick-name; the film culminates with Armstrong's triumphant return-to-New York concert featuring a full orchestra conducted by Leonard Bernstein; Armstrong's All-Stars include Edmond Hall, Trummy Young, Arvell Shaw, Billy Kyle and Barrett Deems (repeats at 11:00 pm)
12:05 am ABC Jimmy Kimmel Live Jon Favreau co-hosts; with actor Actor Ron Livingston and musical guests Big Tymers (Cash Money Records)

Thursday - November 20, 2003
9:00 am A&E Murder, She Wrote "Ballad for a Blue Lady"; w/ guest appearances by Jimmy Dean, Florence Henderson, Mickey Gilley and Sheb Wooley (originally aired on 12/02/1990; repeats at 3:00 pm)

Friday - November 21, 2003
5:00 pm BET 106 & Park New Orleans rap star Juvenile drops by for an interview and performance
5:00 pm Comedy Late Night with Conan O' Brien scheduled guests include Billy Bob Thornton, Kelly Preston, and Master P (rerun from last night)
7:00 pm FUSE Uranium a private tour of metal's scariest horror show - the House of Shock in New Orleans; started by Phil Anselmo & friends, this Halloween event has taken "extreme" to the hallowed halls of your darkest nightmares; with the help of a few ghouls and psychos, Uranium takes you on a thrill ride to the dark side (repeats at 12:00 am)
8:00 pm Cox 10 Louisiana Jukebox (rerun) featuring performances from Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown, Dingo 8, Kelly's Love Jones and New Orleans Nightcrawlers (see below for Louisiana Jukebox rerun schedule!)
10:30 pm BET Access Granted rapper Juvenile has returned to the Cash Money Millionaires and to New Orleans to film his latest video, "It's My Life"; join BET as Juvenile grants viewers full access to the set of his video and the world premiere of the final production (rerun)
11:00 pm TNT Copycat (1995) suspense/thriller stars Sigourney Weaver, Holly Hunter, Dermot Mulroney and Harry Connick, Jr. (repeats at 3:00 am)
2:00 am Black Starz! John Lee Hooker - That's My Story (2001) the life and times of John Lee Hooker told through words and music; with Bonnie Raitt, Eric Clapton, Buddy Guy, Peter Wolf, Carlos Santana, Robert Cray, John Mayall, Charlie Musselwhite, John Hammond, and many others

Saturday - November 22, 2003
6:30 am BET 106 & Park New Orleans rap star Juvenile drops by for an interview and performance (rerun)
12:30 pm BET Access Granted rapper Juvenile has returned to the Cash Money Millionaires and to New Orleans to film his latest video, "It's My Life"; join BET as Juvenile grants viewers full access to the set of his video and the world premiere of the final production (rerun)
2:00 pm FOOD Emeril's Thanksgiving with Our Troops Emeril salutes our troops by cooking a kicked up Thanksgiving dinner at McGuire Air Force Base in New Jersey; Emeril is joined by guest Trace Adkins, who performs for the troops (rerun)
2:00 pm TRIO Satchmo The Great (1957)

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CBS News icons Edward R. Murrow and Fred Friendly created this intimate and revealing portrait of Louis Armstrong; included are segments of Louis Armstrong and His All-Stars' 1956 concerts in western Europe, the Gold Coast of Africa and the USA as well as his reflections on music and the origin of his nick-name; the film culminates with Armstrong's triumphant return-to-New York concert featuring a full orchestra conducted by Leonard Bernstein; Armstrong's All-Stars include Edmond Hall, Trummy Young, Arvell Shaw, Billy Kyle and Barrett Deems
6:00 pm WLAE 32 The Blues - "Piano Blues"

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Director and piano player Clint Eastwood explores his life-long passion for piano blues, using a treasure trove of rare historical acts; features Ray Charles, Dave Brubeck, Dr. John, Professor Longhair, Marcia Ball, Fats Domino, Pinetop Perkins, Henry Gray, Jay McShann, Pete Jolly, and others

Sunday - November 23, 2003
5:50 am Black Starz! Hellhounds On My Trail: The Afterlife of Robert Johnson (1999) documentary on blues legend Robert Johnson features many performances; with Keb' Mo', Sonny Landreth, Bob Weir, Irma Thomas (with Tracy Nelson and Marcia Ball), R.L. Burnside, Chris Whitley, Robert Lockwood Jr., David "Honeyboy" Edwards, etc. (repeats at 3:40 pm and 11:00 pm)
7:00 am A&E Breakfast With The Arts Enrico Caruso: Voice of the Century: Sunday marks the 100th anniversary of Enrico Caruso's debut at the Metropolitan Opera; in honor of this historic event, Breakfast with the Arts presents Enrico Caruso: Voice of the Century, a fascinating profile of one of the most celebrated opera stars of all time; The Art of Romare Bearden: Michael Kimmelman talks to Ruth Fine, curator at the National Gallery of Art and Jazz saxophonist Branford Marsalis about the art of one of America's great modern artists
7:00 pm FOOD Emeril's Thanksgiving with Our Troops Emeril salutes our troops by cooking a kicked up Thanksgiving dinner at McGuire Air Force Base in New Jersey; Emeril is joined by guest Trace Adkins, who performs for the troops (repeats at 11:00 pm)
7:00 pm WYES 12 All on a Mardis Gras Day great documentary on black carnival traditions of New Orleans won "Louisiana Filmmaker Award" at the 2003 New Orleans Film Festival; produced by Royce Osborn and Jerry Brock; interviews include Al "Carnival Time" Johnson, Donald Harrison Jr., "Uncle" Lionel Batiste, Big Chief Tootie Montana, Bruce "Sunpie" Barnes, and Rev. Goat Carson, plus clips of Jelly Roll Morton and Louis Armstrong (rerun)

Monday - November 24, 2003
6:45 am Black Starz! Last of the Mississippi Jukes (2002) documentary takes a look at the disappearing institution of juke joints in the rural south (read more); includes performances by Louisiana natives Chris Thomas King and Bobby Rush, plus Alvin Youngblood Hart, Greg "Fingers" Taylor, and others (repeats at 7:00 pm and 2:40 am)
10:30 am BET 106 & Park New Orleans rap star Juvenile drops by for an interview and performance (rerun)

Wednesday - November 26, 2003
7:00 am Comedy Disorderlies (1987) comedy film stars rap trio, the Fat Boys; cast also includes Ralph Bellamy and Linda Hopkins
9:10 am Black Starz! John Lee Hooker - That's My Story (2001) the life and times of John Lee Hooker told through words and music; with Bonnie Raitt, Eric Clapton, Buddy Guy, Peter Wolf, Carlos Santana, Robert Cray, John Mayall, Charlie Musselwhite, John Hammond, and many others (repeats at 5:30 pm and 2:05 am)
11:00 am A&E City Confidential - "Baton Rouge: Scandal on the Bayou" when an escort service owner went on trial on prostitution charges, she hoped that her well-connected clients would pull strings to keep her out of prison; but when she was convicted, there were fears that she would finally blow the whistle on the high and mighty and turn over her client list; then, she was found dead in her jail cell; though officially ruled a suicide, many thought it was murder; includes interviews with chef John Folse, blues man Tabby Thomas, and others (rerun; repeats at 5:00 pm)
2:00 pm TBS Fresh Prince of Bel-Air "Sleepless in Bel-Air" - Distractions thwart Will's attempt to cram for an exam; Branford Marsalis makes a guest appearance (originally aired on NBC on January 3, 1994)

Thursday - November 27, 2003    Happy Thanksgiving !
9:00 am NBC 77th annual Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade Matt Lauer, Katie Couric and Al Roker host this holiday classic; with 42 balloons and over 25 floats, expect plenty of pageantry; taking part in the festivities are Harry Connick Jr., Clay Aiken & Ruben Studdard, Hilary Duff, Mya, NY Yankee and jazz musician Bernie Williams, punk band Simple Plan, Kool & the Gang, Aaron Carter, Chicago, Judy Collins, Peter Cincotti, Stacie Orrico, etc.
12:00 pm BET Jazz Journey With Jazz At Lincoln Center Wynton Marsalis and the Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra perform for a packed house in Danville, Kentucky (part 2; repeats at 8:00 pm and 11:00 pm)
8:00 pm PBS Farm Aid 2003: A Soundstage Special Event two-hour special taped September 7 in Columbus, Ohio features performances by Willie Nelson, Neil Young and Crazy Horse, John Mellencamp and Dave Matthews; also taking center stage for the cause are Sheryl Crow, Brooks & Dunn, Emmylou Harris, Hootie & the Blowfish, Los Lonely Boys, Billy Bob Thornton and Trick Pony
9:00 pm NBC Harry For The Holidays new holiday special features Harry Connick, Jr. with guests Marc Anthony, Whoopi Goldberg, Nathan Lane, Kim Burrell and the Harry Connick Jr. Band; look for appearances by Leroy Jones, Lucien Barbarin and Craig Klein [ photo ]

Friday - November 28, 2003
5:20 am Black Starz! Hellhounds On My Trail: The Afterlife of Robert Johnson (1999) documentary on blues legend Robert Johnson features many performances; with Keb' Mo', Sonny Landreth, Bob Weir, Irma Thomas (with Tracy Nelson and Marcia Ball), R.L. Burnside, Chris Whitley, Robert Lockwood Jr., David "Honeyboy" Edwards, etc. (repeats at 5:20 pm and 12:40 am)
9:00 pm NICK Nick at Nite Holiday Special star studded Nick at Nite special features appearances by Ted Danson, Martin Mull, Al Roker, John Schneider, French Stewart and Lou Rawls, and performances by Clay Aiken, Natalie Cole, Sarah McLachlan, Vince Gill, Amy Grant, Lil' Romeo (who duets with Chaka Khan on "Santa Claus is Comin' to Town"), Kenny Loggins, Michael McDonald, Jump 5 and Raven Symone
12:05 am CBS The Late Late Show With Craig Kilborn guests include actor Tony Danza and actress Tamalla Jones; musical guest Cowboy Mouth performs "Disconnected"

Saturday - November 29, 2003
12:00 pm Spike Live And Let Die (1973) James Bond thriller stars Roger Moore; features appearances by Dejan's Olympia Brass Band and Sylvia "Kuumba" Williams (repeats at 11:00 pm)
12:30 pm NBC State Farm Bayou Classic annual football match-up between Grambling State University and Southern University airs live from the Superdome; highlight comes at halftime with performances by the GSU Tiger Marching Band and Southern University "Human JukeBox" Marching Band
5:30 pm CMT Most Wanted Live Hank Williams, Jr. performs and chats with hosts Cledus T. Judd and Katie Cook (repeats at 10:00 pm)
7:00 pm BET Access Granted rapper Juvenile has returned to the Cash Money Millionaires and to New Orleans to film his latest video, "It's My Life"; join BET as Juvenile grants viewers full access to the set of his video and the world premiere of the final production (rerun)
7:00 pm HBO Drumline (2002) Nick Cannon stars as Devon, a Harlem native whose incredible talent for pounding the skins earns him a scholarship to Atlanta A & T, but whose showboating earns him the wrath of bandmates, his band leader and his girlfriend; Can Devon learn to become a team player before they perform at an annual competition with rival schools?; features the Gambling State University Tiger Marching Band (premiere; repeats at 3:40 am; soundtrack)
7:00 pm WYES 12 Rock, Rhythm and Doo Wop host Frankie Valli and more than 200 early R&R legends reunite for a once-in-a-lifetime concert; live performances from Little Anthony & The Imperials, Little Richard, Jay & The Americans, Fred Paris and the Five Satins, Jerry Butler, Lloyd Price ("Stagger Lee"), Frankie Ford, The Duprees and many others bring to life the spirit of early rock-and-roll and doo wop (rerun; repeats at 10:00 pm and 1:00 am)

Sunday - November 30, 2003
8:00 am BET Bobby Jones Gospel Dr. Bobby Jones and the Nashville Super Choir host inspirational performances by Bishop Paul Morton, William Becton, and Benita Washington (one hour)
8:20 am Black Starz! Last of the Mississippi Jukes (2002) documentary takes a look at the disappearing institution of juke joints in the rural south (read more); includes performances by Louisiana natives Chris Thomas King and Bobby Rush, plus Alvin Youngblood Hart, Greg "Fingers" Taylor, and others (repeats at 3:35 pm)
9:00 am BET Jazz Journey With Jazz At Lincoln Center Wynton Marsalis and the Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra perform for a packed house in Danville, Kentucky (part 2; repeats at 8:00 pm and 4:00 am)
7:00 pm WYES 12 American Soundtrack: Rock at 50 concert celebrates rock & roll's golden era; w/ Gary Puckett, Jerry Lee Lewis, Bo Diddley, Darlene Love, Paul & Paula, Gary U.S. Bonds, Johnny Tillotson, Brian Hyland, The Fiestas, Leslie Gore, and many more (repeats at 10:00 pm and 1:00 am)


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"Louisiana Jukebox Live" airs each Friday night at 8:00 pm on Cox 10 in metro New Orleans. Replay times are Sundays at 10:30 pm, Tuesdays at 12:00 pm and 8:00 pm, and Thursdays at 12:00 pm and 10:30 pm.

"Louisiana Jukebox Live" is also rebroadcast weekly in Baton Rouge, LA; Opelousas, LA; Shreveport, LA; Memphis, TN; and Ft. Walton Beach, FL.

You can also catch the latest edition of "Louisiana Jukebox Live" via webcast (archived shows are also available!).

For additional information, call (504) 304-7345 ext. 1503, or visit the Louisiana Jukebox web site at LouisianaJukebox.com.


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