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Wednesday - June 1, 2005
8:00 pm WYES American Masters - Ella Fitzgerald: Something To Live For Grammy-nominated film, narrated by Tony Bennett, features the most Ella Fitzgerald performance footage ever compiled, showcasing her inimitable voice gliding through standards such as "It Don’t Mean a Thing," "S’Wonderful," "Sweet Georgia Brown" and more; in this riveting account of her life, friends and family provide understanding of the shy human being behind the vocal chords; also features collaborations with Bing Crosby, Louis Armstrong [ photo ], Jimmy Durante, Nat King Cole and Frank Sinatra (repeats at 10:00 am and 3:00 am)

Friday - June 3, 2005
9:00 pm WYES American Masters - Ray Charles: The Genius of Soul film follows Ray Charles from his impoverished childhood through his rise to stardom and personal recognition by two American presidents; includes performance clips ("Georgia," "I Can't Stop Loving You," "I Got a Woman," and more) and interviews with Quincy Jones, Dr. John, Willie Nelson, Billy Joel, Dizzy Gillespie, Billy Preston, David "Fathead" Newman, Hank Crawford, James Clay; Merry Clayton, Ahmet Ertegun and Ray Charles Jr.
10:00 pm WYES American Masters - Ella Fitzgerald: Something To Live For Grammy-nominated film, narrated by Tony Bennett, features the most Ella Fitzgerald performance footage ever compiled, showcasing her inimitable voice gliding through standards such as "It Don’t Mean a Thing," "S’Wonderful," "Sweet Georgia Brown" and more; in this riveting account of her life, friends and family provide understanding of the shy human being behind the vocal chords; also features collaborations with Bing Crosby, Louis Armstrong [ photo ], Jimmy Durante, Nat King Cole and Frank Sinatra

Saturday - June 4, 2005
1:35 pm SUND Keepintime: A Live Recording (2004) Los Angeles photographer & music video filmmaker B+ (aka Brian Cross) brought together a quartet of legendary session drummers (Roy Porter, Earl Palmer, James Gadson and Paul Humphrey and James Gadson) and a trio of hip-hop deejays (Babu, J-Rocc and Cut Chemist) for a one-of-a-kind meeting of musical minds (more info)

Sunday - June 5, 2005
7:30 am TV Land Flip Wilson Show w/ guest Louis Armstrong; highlights include a duet between Flip and Armstrong, and a Rev. Leroy sketch in which Flip and Louis sing "When the Saints Go Marching In" (from October, 1970)
9:30 pm TCM Go, Johnny, Go! (1959) rock-n-roll promoter Alan Freed looks for a talent contest's mysterious winner; stars Jimmy Clanton; with Chuck Berry, Jackie Wilson, Ritchie Valens, Eddie Cochran, etc.

Tuesday - June 7, 2005
11:35 pm NBC Late Night with Conan O'Brien Cedric the Entertainer, Michael Palin, musical guest Better Than Ezra

Wednesday - June 8, 2005
6:00 pm CNBC Late Night with Conan O'Brien Cedric the Entertainer, Michael Palin, musical guest Better Than Ezra (rerun)

Saturday - June 11, 2005
1:00 pm BET Top 25 Countdown the "joint chiefs", made up of Fat Joe, Trick Daddy, Juvenile, T.I. and Fabolous, get together to count down their favorite 25 videos (3 hours)

Monday - June 13, 2005
11:00 am MTV2 Dirty States of America (2004) chronicle of Southern Hip-Hop culture's rich history; with Mystikal, Juvenile, Lil' Jon, Lil Flip, Petey Pablo, Scarface, David Banner, etc.; also see the Dirty States of America CD
9:00 pm SUND Playing For Change documentary on American street musicians, showcasing artists in New York, Los Angeles and New Orleans; with David & Roselyn, Jackson Square Brass Band, Willow, Goat Dirt Road Band, Andrew Lane, and more
11:35 pm Starz! Kansas City (1996) crime drama with loads of jazz stars including Jesse Davis, Nicholas Payton, Mark Whitfield, Joshua Redman, David "Fathead" Newman, Jr., Ron Carter, etc.

Tuesday - June 14, 2005
7:00 am ESPN2 Cold Pizza daily sports news & variety show; with guest Master P (two hours; repeats at 9:00 am)
1:00 pm SUND Playing For Change documentary on American street musicians, showcasing artists in New York, Los Angeles and New Orleans; with David & Roselyn, Jackson Square Brass Band, Willow, Goat Dirt Road Band, Andrew Lane, and more
3:30 am WDSU Late Night with Conan O'Brien Cedric the Entertainer, Michael Palin, musical guest Better Than Ezra (rerun from 06/07/2005)

Wednesday - June 15, 2005
11:00 am VH1 (Inside)Out - Juliette Lewis documentary on actress/singer Juliette Lewis; includes clips of Juliette and The Licks at the 2004 Voodoo Music Fest in New Orleans (repeats at 9:00 pm and 11:00 pm)

Thursday - June 16, 2005
2:00 pm VH1 (Inside)Out - Juliette Lewis documentary on actress/singer Juliette Lewis; includes clips of Juliette and The Licks at the 2004 Voodoo Music Fest in New Orleans (rerun)
10:00 pm FUSE Metal Asylum interview with Corrosion of Conformity (repeats at 2:00 am)

Friday - June 17, 2005
10:00 pm FUSE Metal Asylum interview with Crowbar

Saturday - June 18, 2005
7:30 am TV Land Flip Wilson Show guests include Marcel Marceau, Moms Mabley and The Ragin' Cajun, Doug Kershaw (November, 1970)
1:00 pm BET Top 25 Countdown Cash Money Records mastermind Baby counts down his favorite 25 videos
3:00 pm FUSE Metal Asylum interview with Corrosion of Conformity (rerun)
3:30 pm FUSE Metal Asylum interview with Crowbar (repeat)
9:00 pm MTV2 Headbangers Ball with special guest Crowbar (2 hours)

Sunday - June 19, 2005
1:30 pm MTV2 Chi-Town Giants half hour video-based tribute to Chicago hip hop artists, such as Kanye West, Twista, R. Kelly and Common; hosted by Fat Joe, T.I. and Juvenile
7:00 pm MTV2 $2 Bill Presents: Fat Joe & Friends rapper Fat Joe performs at the Vic Theatre in Chicago; with guests including Ja Rule, Juvenile w/ UTP Playas, Webbie, T.I. and more (repeats at 1:00 am)

Monday - June 20, 2005
11:00 am SUND Playing For Change documentary on American street musicians, showcasing artists in New York, Los Angeles and New Orleans; with David & Roselyn, Jackson Square Brass Band, Willow, Goat Dirt Road Band, Andrew Lane, and more
12:10 pm SUND Keepintime: A Live Recording (2004) Los Angeles photographer & music video filmmaker B+ (aka Brian Cross) brought together a quartet of legendary session drummers (Roy Porter, Earl Palmer, James Gadson and Paul Humphrey and James Gadson) and a trio of hip-hop deejays (Babu, J-Rocc and Cut Chemist) for a one-of-a-kind meeting of musical minds (more info); repeats at 4:00 am

Tuesday - June 21, 2005
3:00 pm MTV2 $2 Bill Presents: Fat Joe & Friends rapper Fat Joe performs at the Vic Theatre in Chicago; with guests including Ja Rule, Juvenile w/ UTP Playas, Webbie, T.I. and more (rerun)

Thursday - June 23, 2005
5:00 am SUND Keepintime: A Live Recording (2004) Los Angeles photographer & music video filmmaker B+ (aka Brian Cross) brought together a quartet of legendary session drummers (Roy Porter, Earl Palmer, James Gadson and Paul Humphrey and James Gadson) and a trio of hip-hop deejays (Babu, J-Rocc and Cut Chemist) for a one-of-a-kind meeting of musical minds (more info)

Saturday - June 25, 2005
6:00 am FX The Big Easy (1987) thriller set in New Orleans w/ Dennis Quaid and Ellen Barkin; also appearing are Irma Thomas, Dewey Balfa (w/ Christine Balfa and Robert Jardell), and Terrance Simien; check out the soundtrack (repeats at 1:00 am)
11:30 pm WYES 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

Sunday - June 26, 2005
9:00 am TRIO Classic Letterman guests include Hank Williams Jr., Elayne Boosler and John Carpenter (originally aired on 06/09/1982)

Wednesday - June 29, 2005
9:30 pm WYES All on a Mardis Gras Day documentary on black carnival traditions of New Orleans won Louisiana Filmmaker Award at the 2003 New Orleans Film Fest; produced by Royce Osborn and Jerry Brock; interviews include Al "Carnival Time" Johnson, Donald Harrison, Jr., "Uncle" Lionel Batiste, Tootie Montana, Sunpie Barnes, etc.

Thursday - June 30, 2005
11:30 pm WYES Steppin' Out: Spotlight On New Orleans (#107) looks at places where jazz was played in New Orleans and the efforts to preserve structures that are part of the history of jazz, specifically North Rampart Street; also features a profile of the New Leviathan Oriental Foxtrot Orchestra (rerun)

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