Monday, 30 August 2004

Special broadcast time for "The Amazing Race" this week

In at least some time zones in the USA, “The Amazing Race 5” will be broadcast earlier than usual this week to acocmmodate “news coverage” (free broadcast of a party propaganda rally, at which few if any newsworthy decisions will be made) of the Republican Party National Convention.

The official CBS-TV newsletter says that this week’s episode of The Amazing Race 5 will be broadcast beginning at 8 p.m. Eastern and Pacific Time (and, presumably, 7 p.m. Central and Mountain Time) on Tuesday, 31 August 2004.

Some local listings have different times. I’ll be setting my VCR to record from 8 p.m.-midnight Pacific Daylight Time, just in case.

I’m just back (off the plane 2 hours ago) from a vacation off the Internet; my columns on The Amazing Race will be updated shortly. Some of these were written eariler, but not posted. Others are being written as I catch up with videotapes of the race. I don’t normally backdate blog entries, but to keep the archives consistent, I will post these columns under the original broadcast dates.

Link | Posted by Edward on Monday, 30 August 2004, 23:51 (11:51 PM)

Please send me an entry form.

Posted by: Tim Landry, 31 August 2004, 18:27 ( 6:27 PM)

I missed tonight's (Sept. 7th) amazing race! Does anyone know when it's rebroadcast or has a tape (!!!)? Thank you.

Posted by: Jenny, 7 September 2004, 21:51 ( 9:51 PM)

could it be possible for a new zealand team to participate in the amazing race?athletic and fit father nd daughter.never missed an epoisode and belive it would be great for the show, to have two new zealanders on it.

Posted by: ............, 20 June 2006, 01:45 ( 1:45 AM)
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