TV Show Recommendations for Saturday, September 22, 2012
Not a lot tonight but if you’re a Rolling Stones fan, you’re in heaven.
It’s a great night for Stones fans on Palladia. The HD music channel has Let’s Spend the Night Together, a film of their 1981 North American tour, at 4:00 PT/7:00 ET followed at 6:00 PT/9:00 ET with The Rolling Stones: Some Girls, a film of their 1978 concert in Texas. Ladies and Gentlemen, The Rolling Stones brings us the band in Texas again, this time in 1972, at 7:30 PT/10:30 ET and the evening concludes with the Martin Scorsese film, Shine a Light, the band at New York’s Beacon Theatre in 2006.
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Our daily pick for tonight is the 1982 black comedy, "Eating Raoul" on Flix at 12:05 am.
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