Channel Surfing
by Laura Nachman
Bucks County Courier Times

December 14, 2004


Popular music is used for many television themes. Try to match the song and the show.


a. Las Vegas                1. Who Are You – The Who

b. Gilmore Girls            2. Come Clean - Hilary Duff

c. CSI                          3.  I Don’t Wanna Be – Gavin DeGraw

d. CSI – Miami              4. One of Us – Joan Osbourne

e. CSI- New York           5. For The Love of Money – The O’Jays

f. One Tree Hill               6.  How Soon is Now- Love Spit Love

g. The Apprentice           7.  A Little Less Conversation – Elvis Presley

h. Laguna Beach           8.  Bad Boys – Inner Circle

i. Joan of Arcadia     9.  Baba O’Reilly (Teenage Wasteland)- The Who

j. Charmed                    10.  Where You Lead – Carole King

k. Cops                        11. California – Phantom Planet

l.  The O.C.                  12.  Won’t Get Fooled Again – The Who


Answers – a-7, b-10, c-1, d-12, e-9, f-3, g-5, h-2, I-4, j-6, k-8, l-11


Merry Christmas from Lynn

CN8’s Lynn Doyle once again will invite viewers into her Bucks County home for a four-part series of “It’s Your Call” holiday specials that will air next week at 9 p.m. 


Monday is “Holiday Cooking, “ Tuesday is “Holiday Preparations,” Wednesday is “Holiday Celebrations,” and Thursday is “Holiday Traditions.”


Highlights include looks at Doyle’s Christmas tree and Santa Claus collections and her Christmas village


Baby in the Forecast

WTXF weekend weather anchor Karen Thomas, 35, is expecting her third child in April. Thomas has two girls, ages 6 and 3.


I Heart Richard Marx

Mix 95.7-FM is hosting a listener appreciation concert with Richard Marx on December 18th.  WCAU’s Lauren Hart will open the show.


Good Luck Marilyn
Saturday will be the last day at WMGK 102.9-FM for weekend disc jockey Marilyn Russell, who is moving to New Jersey station SOJO 104.9-FM to become the music director and weekday mid-day disc jockey. The format is “Hits of the 80’s, 90’s and Now.”
Where's Lydia Cornell?
Old television stars are getting work on the kid-coms on Nick and Disney. Julia Duffy of "Newhart" pops up on "Drake and Josh," "JM J Bullock of "Too Close for Comfort" and Meshach Taylor of "Designing Women" are on "Ned's Declassified School Survivor Guide," T'Keyah Crystal Keymah of "In Living Color" is on "That's So Raven," and Molly Hagen of "Herman's Head" is on "Unfabulous."
VH1 Classic
My new favorite channel is VH1 Classic. Within the last couple of days, I've caught "Buffalo Stance" by Nenah Cherry, "The Theme to Ghostbusters 2" by Bobby Brown, "Breakout" by Swing Out Sister, and "I Don't Like Mondays" by the Boomtown Rats. Yippee!
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