And now there are none. Well, almost none . . .
Stanhope Gould, who produced that controversial "Marilyn Monroe" segment for "20/20" that never made it on the air last October, has resigned to take a job at KRON in San Francisco . . .
Sylvia Chase, the reporter on the Monroe segment, left ABC shortly thereafter to become an anchor at KRON . . . and of course Geraldo Rivera, who had nothing to do with the segment, resigned some time ago, still complaining that ABC News President Roone Arledge killed the controversial show out of friendship for the Kennedys . . .
Arledge, you'll recall, yanked the piece the day it was to air, calling it "an attempt to follow up on allegations that there were links between organized crime and Marilyn Monroe and President Kennedy and the attorney general Robert F. Kennedy that could have compromised the presidency." He said sources used in the segment "couldn't produce the tapes or any firsthand evidence" backing up the allegations . . .
One the principals who fought Arledge to get the show on the air is still there -- "20/20" executive Av Westin. He and Arledge have since patched things up, and Westin will soon produce the new "Our World" primetime ABC News show . . .
Another defection from ABC Entertainment's "Good Morning America," as meteorologist Dave Murray heads for WBZ in Boston sometime in September . . .
Murray came to GMA three years ago September from KSDK in St. Louis. No replacement has been chosen yet . . .
Dave's contract is up in September. In a statement yesterday Dave said the move, which ABC said was on his own initiative, will allow him more freedom . . . "to communicate the weather" and "more opportunity to expand my private weather consulting company, Weatherworks Inc." . . .
"I am also leaving," said Dave, "because I want to . . . pinpoint that thunderstorm and where it will hit. I want to talk to the kids at the elementary schools about clouds and weather patterns and answer their questions" . . .
Captain Airwaves, who has always wanted to talk to the kids in the elementary schools about clouds, is a little jealous but he misses Dave already . . .
Last week, GMA's executive producer Phyllis McGrady jumped at an offer to produce Barbara Walters' specials for ABC News . . . starting after Labor Day . . .
Yesterday, McGrady announced three changes in the GMA Washington booking department (they're the underpaid folks who have to wake up Sen. Whatsit at 5 in the morning the day of a breaking story back in Whatsit's home state to get him on the air at 7:12 a.m. to talk to Steve Bell) . . .
Terri Lichstein has been promoted to European associate producer, based in London, a new post in which she will be responsible for all overseas booking for GMA . . .
Kimberly Timmons becomes Washington segment coordinator. She comes from the White House, where she's been a research assistant in the president's speechwriting office . . .
And Natalie Kirschner has been promoted from intern to assistant Washington segment coordinator . . .
ABC's coverage of the major league baseball all-star game from 8:30 until 11:02 p.m. Tuesday night averaged a 20.3 national Nielsen rating and a 35 percent audience share (each rating point being worth 859,000 TV homes, in case you have your pencils out this morning, TV Column fans) . . .
The pregame show averaged a 16.2/32, which gave ABC a 19.6/34 for the evening . . .
The competition on CBS Tuesday night over the three hours averaged a 13.4/23, while NBC registered an 11.3/20 . . .
ABC Sports has announced it will carry the 1987 Ryder Cup golf matches from Muirfield Village Golf Club in Dublin, Ohio, in five hours of live coverage Sept. 26-27 . . .
The biannual matches, which are played alternately in the United States and Great Britain, feature 12 top American professionals and 12 top pros from Blighty and Europe . . .
The Great Britain-Europe team currently holds the title . . . Jack Nicklaus, it will not surprise Muirfield Village Golf Club fans, will captain the U.S. team . . .
ABC has aired the American appearances of the Ryder Cup every four years starting in 1975 . . . Better Late
Than never, eh, Airwaves? I mean, with the Daytime Emmy awards show on TV this very afternoon, wouldn't it be nice if you finally revealed winners in some of the special categories that were announced last Sunday? . . .
Sorry, Chief. I was watching the clouds go by. Here we go . . .
CBS daytime shows won 13 Emmys in the creative arts categories earlier this week; PBS and ABC each won seven; NBC was next with four and two independent syndicated programs won one each . . .
"Donahue" was named Outstanding Talk Show and "Jim Henson's Muppet Babies" was named Outstanding Animated Program . . .
"Chagall's Journey," an NBC documentary about artist Marc Chagall, and "Live from Lincoln Center: Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center With Irene Worth and Horacio Gutierrez" captured awards in the Special Class Program category (the latter also won the coveted Longest Title in Daytime Television This Year award from the Airwaves Foundation in a separate competition) . . .
Among CBS' Emmys were four for the "Babies Having Babies" special, and two each for "Capitol," "Guiding Light" and "The Young and the Restless" . . .
"Sesame Street" won three and "This Old House" won two for PBS in the nontelevised portion of the 13th annual Daytime awards . . .
One performance award, for children's programming, went to Pearl Bailey for her role as Mrs. Dermody in the "ABC Afterschool Special" called "Cindy Eller: A Modern Fairy" . . .
Most of the 34 awards Sunday went to technicians, artists and others who work in daytime TV programs . . .
John Tesh, who has been with CBS Sports, yesterday signed to replace Robb Weller as cohost with Mary Hart of "Entertainment Tonight" in mid-August . . .
CBS Sports confirmed yesterday that Tesh is leaving the network as soon as he finishes his current Tour de France chores and late yesterday, ET announced the signing . . .
Weller will continue as cohost, with Leeza Gibbons, of the "Entertainment This Week" weekend show. ET management's version of the change is that the lighter schedule will permit Robb to do some outside production. Weller's version of the shakeup may be different . . .
Susan Winston, executive producer of "CBS Morning News," is now scheduled to make her presentation of a revamped format to network affiliates on July 31 . . .amid reports that the News division, set to lay off 70 people (and eliminate another 20 positions) any minute now, is asking corporate to boost the current $34 million annual budget for the third place show by another $8 million . . .
It will be announced today that CBS Sports has replaced ABC Sports as broadcaster of the Gator Bowl from Jacksonville, Fla. This year's game will be played the afternoon of Dec. 27 . . .
The word around CBS News: They're getting a little tired of CBS Inc. board member Walter Cronkite's failure to push for the News division at board meetings, while publicly criticizing "The Evening News" . . .
Catherine Oxenberg, who played "Amanda" on "Dynasty," has been dumped by producer Aaron Spelling for not showing up on time. The new Amanda will be Karen Cellini, who most recently has been selling T-shirts at Manhattan's Hard Rock Cafe . . . And Finally
Actress Florence Halop, who played the bailiff on the NBC series "Night Court," died yesterday of cancer at the age of 63 . . .
Ms. Halop entered Cedars-Sinai hospital June 19 after suffering a stroke and was found to have an advanced form of cancer, according to a hospital spokesman. "She had not known until then she even had cancer" . . .
Ms. Halop replaced Selma Diamond as the court bailiff on "Night Court" after Ms. Diamond died of cancer . . .