Host: Bob Ralston
Bob Ralston watches the clock and the calendar as he hosts this week's show with the unique title, "Time." He plays the "Minute Waltz" and Jim Roberts sings "Seems Like Old Times" to a dog named Elmer Fudd. The band plays "One O'Clock Jump" and Myron Floren gets into the mood with the "Tick Tock Polka." Ralna and Guy sing "Until It's Time For You to Go."

TIME                                 Host: Bob Ralston                                 Oct. 21, 1978

1 - Time on My Hands - Henry Cuesta on clarinet with orchestra

2 - Time Was - Anacani

3 - The Minute Waltz - Bob Ralston at the organ

4 - Anytime - Ava Barber, with Bob Smale on piano and the saxophone section

5 - Three O'Clock in the Morning - danced by Bobby Burgess and Cissy King

6 - Crying Time - Aldridge Sisters and Otwell Twins (also on guitar)

7 - Until It's Time for You to Go - Guy Hovis & Ralna English

8 - My Time Is Your Time - danced by Arthur Duncan

9 - Once Upon a Time - Ken Delo

10 - A Time for Us (Theme from "Romeo and Juliet") - orchestra backed by chorus: Norma, Ralna, Gail, Mary Lou, Joe, Guy, Dick, Arthur

11 - Seems Like Old Times - Jimmy Roberts to his dog

12 - It's Been a Long, Long Time - Johnny Zell on trumpet with Norma, Gail, Mary Lou, Kathie, Anacani, Ralna

13 - One O'Clock Jump - orchestra featuring Bob Havens on trombone and Bob Smale at the piano

14 - Step in Time - sung and danced by Mary Lou Metzger and Jack Imel

15 - Younger Than Springtime - Kathie Sullivan with Bob Ralston at the harpsichord

16 - Tick Tock Polka - Myron Floren on accordion, danced by Bobby & Cissy

17 - The Lord's Prayer - Norma Zimmer with chorus: Guy, Joe, Dick, Larry, Jimmy, Ken, Ralna, Gail, Mary Lou, Anacani, Sandi, Kathie and Henry Cuesta on clarinet