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  • CBS NEWS SPECIAL: WEBSTER GROVES REVISITED (TV)

    (April 08, 1966)

    This "CBS News Special" focuses on reaction to the documentary "Sixteen in Webster Groves," aired by CBS on February 25, 1966, a program that looked at what it is like to be a sixteen-year-old living in the affluent St. Louis suburb of Webster Groves, Miss...

  • CBS NEWS SPECIAL: STRAVINSKY (TV)

    (May 03, 1966)

    Narrated by Charles Kuralt, this program celebrates the 83rd birthday of composer/conductor Igor Stravinsky. Stravinsky's childhood in Russia is described. Film shot during the spring of 1965 includes Stravinsky visiting with Leonide Massine, Jr., at the P...

  • CBS NEWS SPECIAL: SIXTEEN IN WEBSTER GROVES (TV)

    (February 25, 1966)

    This "CBS News Special" looks at what it is like to be a sixteen-year-old in Webster Groves, Missouri, an affluent suburb of St. Louis. Kuralt characterizes these sixteen-year-olds as "children of abundance, of privilege, of the good life in America" and a...

  • CBS NEWS SUNDAY MORNING {SERIES PREMIERE} (TV)

    (January 28, 1979)

    One in this series of Sunday morning programs mixing news, human interest stories, and the gentle observations of anchor Charles Kuralt. Includes news clips of President Jimmy Carter, John Connally, Coleman Young, Nelson Rockefeller, Arnold Kaulakis, Evere...

  • CBS NEWS SPECIAL REPORT: AN ESSAY ON BRIDGES (TV)

    (February 15, 1965)

    This "CBS News Special Report" is a visual essay that examines the roles and designs of bridges throughout history. Program highlights include footage of and commentary on the George Washington Bridge; arch bridges, including the Bayonne Bridge in New Jers...

  • CBS NEWS SPECIAL REPORT: CHRISTMAS IN APPALACHIA (TV)

    (December 21, 1964)

    This special report focuses on the one million permanently poor people of Appalachia. Highlights of this program include a visit to the one-room Pert Creek schoolhouse in Kentucky on the day of the school Christmas program; a man recalling past Christmases...

  • CBS NEWS SUNDAY MORNING: WITH HOROWITZ IN MOSCOW (TV)

    (April 20, 1986)

    One in this series of Sunday morning programs mixing news, human interest stories, and the gentle observations of anchor Charles Kuralt. This special edition features a performance by Vladimir Horowitz at the Moscow Conservatory. Kuralt interviews Horowitz...

  • CBS NEWS SUNDAY MORNING {OVERTOWN RIOTS; FOOTBALL PLAYER JAMES LOFTON; BURR TILLSTROM; "LIFE IN THE SLENT WORLD" WITH MARLENE SANDERS} (TV)

    (January 02, 1982)

    One in this series of Sunday morning programs mixing news, human interest stories, and the gentle observations of anchor Charles Kuralt. Highlights of part one include the following: in the "News in Review" segment, Kuralt reports on the riots in the Overt...

  • CBS NEWS SUNDAY MORNING (TV)

    (September 05, 1982)

    One in this series of Sunday morning programs mixing news, human interest stories, and the gentle observations of anchor Charles Kuralt. Highlights include the following: in the "News in Review" segment, Kuralt reports on President Ronald Reagan's address ...

  • CBS NEWS SPECIAL REPORT: GALA IN VIENNA (TV)

    (June 04, 1961)

    Charles Kuralt hosts this pre-recorded gala performance in Vienna on the eve of the first day of summit talks between U.S. President John F. Kennedy and Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev. Kuralt narrates over footage of the arrivals of John and Jacqueline K...

  • CBS NEWS SPECIAL REPORT: BATTLE OF IA DRANG VALLEY, THE (TV)

    (November 30, 1965)

    This "CBS News Special Report" documents the battle of Ia Drang Valley which began on October 19, 1965 as an attack on the American Special Forces Camp at Pleime, lasted 5 weeks, and turned the battle for Pleime into the campaign for, perhaps, all of Vietn...

  • CBS NEWS EXTRA: BACK FROM THE BAY OF PIGS (TV)

    (December 23, 1962)

    This CBS News special covers the return of the Cuban exiles who were rescued in the Bay of Pigs operation. This program, hosted by Douglas Edwards, documents the arrival of the exiles in Miami after being released from Cuban prisons. First, Edwards discu...

  • CBS NEWS SPECIAL: A DAY IN THE LIFE OF THE UNITED STATES (TV)

    (September 08, 1970)

    This special program documents life in the United States on July 20, 1969, the day a person first set foot on the moon. Highlights include: a man in Birney, Montana, breaking in a mare; Vietnam veterans returning home, arriving at Travis Air Force Base i...

  • WHEN TELEVISION WAS YOUNG (TV)

    (April 28, 1977)

    The special is a retrospective of the social history of television programming, circa 1948-1961. Host Charles Kuralt describes and illustrates the kinescope process. Excerpts include coverage of the following topics and people: Burns and Allen; news progra...

  • WHEN TELEVISION WAS YOUNG {FIRST HALF ONLY} (TV)

    (April 28, 1977)

    Part one of this two-hour retrospective of the social history of television programming, circa 1948-1961. Host Charles Kuralt describes and illustrates the kinescope process. Excerpts include coverage of the following topics and people: Burns and Allen; ne...

  • ON THE ROAD WITH CHARLES KURALT: UNFORGETTABLE PEOPLE (TV)

    (1989)

    One in this series of television magazines, in which host Charles Kuralt presents clips from his twenty five years of travel journalism through the back roads of America. This hour-long presentation reviews "unforgettable people" from Kuralt's travels. The...

  • ON THE ROAD WITH CHARLES KURALT {BLENHEIM GINGER ALE; GOLDEN GATE BRIDGE; BICYCLES} (TV)

    (June 26, 1983)

    One in this series of television magazines, in which host Charles Kuralt presents clips from his twenty-five years of travel journalism through the back roads of America. In the first segment, Kuralt visits the Blenheim Ginger Ale plant in the woods of Sou...

  • 60 MINUTES {ANDY ROONEY: PENTAGON} (TV)

    (April 17, 1977)

    A segment from one in this series of news magazine programs. Morley Safer introduces this segment in which Andy Rooney takes a tour of the Pentagon building in Arlington, Va. Rooney points out that the building is made up mostly of corridors, and demonst...

  • EYEWITNESS: THE NEW BEAT (TV)

    (December 28, 1962)

    One in this series of news programs that analyzes in-depth the major events of the week. This program examines the phenomenal popularity of the musical genre called "bossa nova," a Brazilian creation that mixes indigenous Samba rhythms with "cool" jazz imp...

  • CBS NEWS SPECIAL REPORT: THE COURT AND A FREE PRESS (TV)

    (February 02, 1971)

    CBS News correspondent John Hart presents this review of the United States Supreme Court's decision over the weekend regarding the right of The New York Times and Washington Post to publish excerpts of the "Pentagon Papers," a 47-volume top-secret study co...