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Dateline: Events/Week of April 8, 1993 In News, Pop Culture, Tech, Celebrity, Entertainment & Fascinating Facts


In The News

Passing – Hugh Rodham (82) father of the First Lady.

The Clinton Administration unveils a $1.5 trillion 1994 federal budget that exceeds spending limits just imposed by Congress. This could be a battle.

NATO jets start to patrol over Bosnia.

President Clinton accuses Senate republicans who are delaying his $16.3-billion stimulus package of wanting “more people to stay out of work,” while Administration officials acknowledged that they almost certainly will have to sacrifice some of the plan’s spending provisions to keep the measure alive.

President Clinton eulogized Hugh Rodham – the father of First Lady Hilary Rodham Clinton during a funeral service in Scranton, Pa.

The famed Rodney King beating case is handed to the jury and lets see what happens.

The FBI says a spokesman for the Branch Davidians said six cult members were killed during an aborted federal raid at the complex on Feb. 28.


Music news – April 8, 1993

MTV profiles Ice–T in a rockumentary this Sunday.

Nirvana performs their first U.S. concert in seven months. They were at the Cow Palace in San Francisco.

Look for the Jackson Family – mom, dad, Tito, Jermaine, Jackie and randy on ABC-TV’s “Day One.” They’re responding to a February interview with Michael on Oprah Winfrey’s show. No they say – dad Joe didn’t abuse Michael or anyone else in the family.


Top music albums – April 8, 1993

The Bodyguard – soundtrack

Songs of faith… Depeche Mode

Unplugged Eric Clapton

Aladdin – soundtrack

Breathless – Kenny G.

Ten Summoner’s Tales – Sting

Pocket Full of Kryptonite – Spin Doctors

14 Shots to the Dome - LL Cool J

Love Deluxe – Sade

The Chronic – Dr. Dre

Dangerous Michael Jackson

12 Inches of Snow – Snow

Lose Control - Silk


Televison news – April 8, 1993

The Wonder Years will air its last regular show on May 12.

Judy Woodruff, now chief correspondent for “The MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour on PBS is moving to CNN as a co-anchor on several shows.

A&E is launching the History TV Network – it’s 24 hours of historical fun. Look for it in the fall of 1994.

Playing to packed comedy houses – Caryl Kristensen and Marilyn Kentz get their own TV pilot titled “The Mommies.’

The last scene films for “Cheers” as the cast members hug and say goodbye after 11 years.

Susan Dey will be leaving the CBS drama “Love and War.” She cites creative differences.


Top TV Shows/Ratings – April 8, 1993

College Football – N. Carolina vs. Michigan – 22.2

Home Improvement – 19.3

Roseanne – 18.7

20/20 – 16.9

Seinfeld – 16.2

Coach – 16.0

60 Minutes – 15.7

Diana: Her True Story 0 15.6

Prelude/Champion – 15.4

Cheers – 15.0

PrimeTime Live – 15.0

Delta – 14.7

Movie-Steel Magnolias – 14.3

Fresh Prince of Bel Air – 13.9

48 Hours – 13.7

Full House – 13.7

Unsolved Mysteries – 13.9

Movie-Next of Kin – 12.8

L.A. Law – 12.7

Blossom – 12.7

Dr. Quinn Medicine Woman – 12.5

Where I Live  - 12.1


Top movies – April 8, 1993

Indecent Proposal

The Sandlot

Cop and a Half

Adventures of Huck Finn

Ninja Turtles III

The Crush

The Crying Game

Point of No Return


Born Yesterday

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