Q Saturday Night features Powerhouses of the 20th Century 12/29
Posted on Dec 24, 2018
Q Saturday Night presents a line-up of ladies renowned for the mark they've made on the entertainment industry: Patsy Cline, Margaret Mitchell, Barbara Stanwyck, Joan Crawford, Mae West and Marilyn Monroe. Before that, check in with the thriving Nashville music scene. It all starts at 7 p.m. Saturday on KLRU Q.
Music Row: Nashville's Most Famous Neighborhood at 7 p.m. The rise of the Grand Ole Opry and the subsequent opening of recording studios in downtown area of Nashville, Tennessee. Narrated by Pam Tillis.
American Masters Patsy Cline at 8 p.m. The life and legacy of country singer Patsy Cline. Narrated by Rosanne Cash.
American Masters Margaret Mitchell: American Rebel at 9 p.m. Pulitzer Prize-winning author Margaret Mitchell endured depression and illness until her death in 1949.
Hollywood Idols Barbara Stanwyck: Straight Down the Line at 10 p.m. Actress Barbara Stanwyck's talent is displayed through her work in Annie Oakley, Sorry, Wrong Number and The Thorn Birds. Interviewees include Robert Wagner, Charlton Heston, Ricardo Montalban, Robert Stack and Aaron Spelling.
Hollywood Idols Joan Crawford: Always the Star at 10:30 p.m. Joan Crawford rises from poverty to become an Academy Award-winning actress. Film clips include Grand Hotel, Mildred Pierce, Whatever Happened to Baby Jane? and Strait Jacket.
Hollywood Idols Mae West ... And the Men Who Knew Her at 11 p.m. When censorship issues kept Mae West from film, she toured in stage shows, which became classics. Clips include Night After Night, Go West Young Man and My Little Chickadee.
Hollywood Idols Marilyn Monroe: Beyond the Legend at 11:30 p.m. Archival footage and home movies of Marilyn Monroe. Film clips include Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, How to Marry a Millionaire, The Seven Year Itch, Some Like It Hot, Bus Stop and The Misfits.