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September 25, 1987| Arts and entertainment reports from The Times, national and international news services and the nation's press

West Germans got something else with their Kaffee und Spiegelei on Wednesday: "Good Morning, Germany," a two-hour cable television show beamed into the country from neighboring Luxembourg. Among the show's offerings: fashion previews, advice from sex therapist Ruth Westheimer, news briefs and a soap opera installment. The show was not scheduled to start until Oct. 5, but the RTL-Plus network rescheduled the debut to beat a rival private channel that is debuting its own breakfast TV show Thursday. But the new trend has skeptics. Said West German radio talk show celebrity Guenther Jauch: "To me, and to other Germans, (a morning TV show) is like having a beer with my breakfast."

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