This week KMTV begins a brand new exciting TV schedule – 24 hours a day of KMTV and a new lunchtime bulletin! And a fresh look at Kent with the live outside broadcast show ‘Kent Goes Out’ on summer Friday evenings.
You can see the link to view the new schedule and listings now available for everyone on the KMTV website.
The new look brings Vintage Comedy mornings with The Lucy Show, Dick Van Dyke and Mickey Rooney Show, a Food Morning on Wednesdays, weekday western afternoons with Bonanza, The Lone Ranger and Hawkeye and The Last of the Mohicans, and new guaranteed times for films (Midday Movie for musicals, comedies and classics, 2pm Films including popular sci-fi creature features, Midnight Movie with horrors and 1970s classics, and 9pm Films at the weekends).
At lunchtimes every weekday there is a NEW lunchtime news bulletin at 13.45. And Kent Tonight remains KMTV’s flagship show at 17.30-18.30 each weekday, repeated at 21.15 and with an 20.00 bulletin in-between.
Saturday and Sunday mornings have been given over to Children’s TV with programmes running from 06.00 such as Zoo Babies and cartoons, then the newly made British children’s series Teenie Weenie leading into the classic tales of boy and horse Champion the Wonder Horse and Fury.
The evenings feature our own shows and vintage US crime series, sci-fi, factual looks at space and aviation, a bit of celebrity and some football heroes..
Dragnet and Man with a Camera , One Step Beyond and Sherlock Holmes are all classic series in our evening schedules. And to help us remembers that ‘all that glisters is not gold’ we’ve got Pain Behind the Fame and Hero 2 Zero.
Our own shows: Team Talk at 18.30 on a Monday and repeated throughout the week; Chris & Co for business on Wednesday at 18.30 and repeated; the music show Bassed in Kent on Thursdays and Fridays at 20.45 and Paul on Politics live at 17.00 on a Friday and repeated over the weekend. Made in Kent our food show, Kent Says given over to viewers’ opinions and Kent Thinks featuring University of Kent lecturers are throughout the week. And the kmfm Breakfast Show kicks off every weekday with Gary and Laura at 6 simulcast on the channel.