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WPSX-TV will offer a new alternative for late-night television viewers

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WPSX-TV will offer a new alternative for late-night television viewers beginning in September as we expand our broadcast hours. DR. WHO, one of the longest-running programs on the BBC, will premiere Sept. 19, running Monday through Friday at 11 p.m. Dr. Who, played by Tom Baker, shuttles through time and space, sorting out galactic problems and vanquishing monsters.

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  • APA 6th ed.: Grant, John (Sept. 1983). WPSX-TV will offer a new alternative for late-night television viewers. WPSX-TV Guide p. 2.
  • MLA 7th ed.: Grant, John. "WPSX-TV will offer a new alternative for late-night television viewers." WPSX-TV Guide [add city] Sept. 1983, 2. Print.
  • Chicago 15th ed.: Grant, John. "WPSX-TV will offer a new alternative for late-night television viewers." WPSX-TV Guide, edition, sec., Sept. 1983
  • Turabian: Grant, John. "WPSX-TV will offer a new alternative for late-night television viewers." WPSX-TV Guide, Sept. 1983, section, 2 edition.
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