LOsT IN SPACE (CBS, 7:30-8:30 p.m.).* Guy Williams and June Lockhart head a family marooned on an unknown planet.
Flipper, the charming tale of three men living alone, but with a matenal sea mammal
    • GIDGET (ABC, 8:30-9 p.m.). Sally Field in a teen-age situation comedy.
    • GREEN ACRES (CBS, 9-9:30 p.m.). City Lawyer Eddie Albert and Wife Eva Gabor move to the sticks.
    • THE BIG VALLEY (ABC, 9-10 p.m.). Barbara Stanwyck as an Old West matriarch.
    • I SPY (NBC, 10-11 p.m.). Comic adventure with a pair of U.S. agents.
    • AMOS BURKE, SECRET AGENT (ABC, 10-11 p.m.). Former Millionaire Cop Gene Barry becomes a millionaire spy.
    • Thursday, September 16
    • O.K. CRACKERBY (ABC, 8:30-9 p.m.). Burl Ives as a cracker-barrel billionaire.
    • LAREDO (NBC, 8:30-9:30 p.m.). Adventure with the Texas Rangers.
    • THE CBS THURSDAY NIGHT MOVIE (CBS, 9-11:15 p.m.). CBS's first plunge into prime-time feature films, beginning with The Manchurian Candidate (1962), starring Frank Sinatra (see below).
    • MONA McCLUSKEY (NBC, 9:30-10 p.m.). Juliet Prowse in a situation comedy about a movie star with an Air Force husband.
    • THE LONG HOT SUMMER (ABC, 10-11 p.m.). A dramatic series based on Faulkner's stories, with Edmond O'Brien.
    • THE DEAN MARTIN SHOW (NBC, 10-11 p.m.). Variety. Opening-night guests include Diahann Carroll, Bob Newhart and Frank Sinatra (who will thus be competing with the Manchurian Candidate version of himself).
    • Friday, September 17
    • CAMP RUNAMUCK (NBC, 7:30-8 p.m.). Situation comedy at a summer camp.
    • THE WILD, WILD WEST (CBS, 7:30-8:30 p.m.). Robert Conrad as a Civil War hero turned Government agent.
    • HANK (NBC, 8-8:30 p.m.). A comedy about an unregistered college student.
    • TAMMY (ABC, 8-8:30 p.m.). A backwoods girl becomes a secretary.
    • CONVOY (NBC, 8:30-9:30 p.m.). A World War II drama series.
    • HOGAN'S HEROES (CBS, 8:30-9 p.m.). Adventure comedy in a Wold War II P.O.W. camp.
    • HONEY WEST (ABC, 9-9:30 p.m.). Anne Francis as a private eyelash.
    • THE SMOTHERS BROTHERS SHOW (CBS, 9:30-10 p.m.). Folk songs and comedy.
    • MR. ROBERTS (NBC, 9:30-10 p.m.). A situation comedy based on the hit play and movie.
    • Saturday, September 18
    • I DREAM OF JEANNIE (NBC, 8-8:30 p.m.). An astronaut and a girl genie.
    • GET SMART! (NBC, 8:30-9 p.m.). Don Adams as a spoof-spy.
    • THE TRIALS OF O'BRIEN (CBS, 8:30-9:30 p.m.). A new lawyer series with Peter Falk.
    • THE LONER (CBS, 9:30-10 p.m.). Lloyd Bridges in a post-bellum Western dramatic series.
    • Sunday, September 19
    • MEET THE PRESS (NBC, 1-1:30 p.m.). An interview with British Prime Minister Harold Wilson via Early Bird satellite.
    • THE FBI (ABC, 8-9 p.m.). Efrem Zimbalist Jr. as a G-Man.
    • THE WACKIEST SHIP IN THE ARMY (NBC, 10-11 p.m.). Comedy-adventure on a two-masted schooner during World War II.
    • CBS REPORTS (CBS, 10-11 p.m.). "K.K.K. —The Invisible Empire," a filmed-from-the-inside report on the Ku Klux Klan.

    • THE DEFENDERS (CBS, 10-11 p.m.).*Douglas Campbell plays a pharmacist and Teresa Wright his junkie wife in "The Pill Man." Repeat.
    • Friday, July 9
    • F.D.R. (ABC, 8-8:30 p.m.). Roosevelt's evolution from Hyde Park patroon to internationalist, encompassing his early espousal of dollar diplomacy in Latin America, his Wilson-inspired support of the League of Nations, and his ultimate commitment to the good-neighbor policy and the U.N.
    • VACATION PLAYHOUSE (CBS, 9:30-10 p.m.). Another exhumation from the graveyard of TV pilot shows that died at birth, The Barbara Rush Show introduces a mother of three who supports her med-scholar husband by working as a public stenographer.
    • Saturday, July 10
    • WIDE WORLD OF SPORTS (ABC, 5-6:30 p.m.). The British Open golf championship from Southport, England, and the Daytona Firecracker "400" stock-car championship from Florida.
    • Sunday, July 11
    • ZOORAMA (CBS, 5-5:30 p.m.). Penguins of all ranks and classes—kings, emperors, little blues and Galapagos Islanders—plus some footage on nearly extinct zoo inhabitants and a field trip to collect snakes.
    • NBC SPORTS IN ACTION (NBC, 6:30-7:30 p.m.). Highlights of the Henley Regatta from England and the 1965 International Grand Prix motor race from Daytona Beach, Fla.
    • Monday, July 12
    • CBS REPORTS (CBS, 10-11 p.m.). The long-awaited CBS examination of "The Rating Game," which explores network dependence on ratings in programming policies. ABC President Thomas Moore, CBS President John Schneider, former NBC President Pat Weaver and Rating Maker A.C. Nielsen Sr. are among those who are interviewed.
    • THEATER
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    • "One touch of nature makes the whole world kin." Thus Shakespeare himself provides the reason why productions of his plays, flourishing in barns and parks beneath the stars, have become a hardy harbinger of summer. Nowadays, nearly every American is within a day's drive of some performance of the Bard. It may be
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      spoken in Elizabethan English or Spanish with a New York accent, played by a professional repertory group or a traveling troupe, mounted in an authentic replica of the 16th century Globe Theatre or on a mobile stage truck.
    • In the end, of course, the play's the thing:
    • NEW YORK SHAKESPEARE FESTIVAL, New York City: Up in Central Park, Robert Burr plays the title role in Coriolanus with an able assist from James Earl Jones who also works out in Troilus and Cressida.* A mobile company, complete with dressing rooms, stage, and a 1,600-seat theater stowed into trucks, tours New York's five boroughs performing The Taming of the Shrew and Henry V in English and Romeo and Juliet en Espanol.