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  • ALL-STAR TRIBUTE TO INGRID BERGMAN TV)

    (December 07, 1979)

    This televised charity special, hosted by Jimmy Stewart on Soundstage 9 at Burbank Studios, celebrates the long career of acclaimed Swedish actress Ingrid Bergman. Stewart opens the program on the original "Rick's" set from Bergman's famous "Casablanca" (1...

  • HALLMARK HALL OF FAME: BREATHING LESSONS (TV)

    (February 06, 1994)

    One in this series of dramatic specials presented by Hallmark. Based on the Pulitzer Prize-winning novel by Anne Tyler, this story concerns Ira and Maggie Moran, a Baltimore couple married for twenty-nine years. During the course of an eventful one-day car...

  • 60 MINUTES {THE LETTER; IMUS} (TV)

    (March 31, 1996)

    One in this series of news magazine programs. In the first segment, Steve Kroft reports on Francine Florio-Bunten, a former juror in the murder trial of retired football player O.J. Simpson. Florio-Bunten was dismissed from the case because of an anonymo...

  • LATE SHOW WITH DAVID LETTERMAN {DENZEL WASHINGTON; FAITH EVANS} (TV)

    (March 31, 2005)

    One in this series of late-night talk/variety programs hosted by David Letterman. This program features actor Denzel Washington and singer Faith Evans. In his opening monologue, Letterman touches upon the following topics: the pleasant spring weather; the ...

  • TWENTIETH CENTURY, THE: STALINGRAD (TV)

    (April 19, 1959)

    One in this documentary series hosted by Walter Cronkite, which examines outstanding events and personalities of the twentieth century. This program includes archival footage of Adolf Hitler and Joseph Stalin. On Feb. 2, 1943, the remainder of Nazi forces...

  • TWENTIETH CENTURY, THE: THE MYSTERIOUS DEEP {PART 1}: THE POWER OF THE SEA (TV)

    (March 27, 1960)

    One in this documentary series hosted by Walter Cronkite, which examines outstanding events and personalities of the twentieth century. In this program, part one of two, Cronkite examines the mysteries of the ocean. Topics discussed include the following: ...

  • 60 MINUTES: 25 YEARS (TV)

    (November 14, 1993)

    One in this series of news magazine programs. This installment, hosted by Charles Kuralt, is a celebration of the silver anniversary of the series, including profiles of the major reporters who have worked on the show, story updates, and reactions from cel...

  • MURDER, SHE WROTE: WEARING OF THE GREEN (TV)

    (November 27, 1988)

    One in this murder mystery series about an unassuming Maine mystery writer turned sleuth named Jessica B. Fletcher who uses her professional insight to help solve real-life homicide cases. In this episode, a reclusive former movie star, Siobhan O'Dea, is s...

  • STAGE STRUCK {CHARLTON HESTON, ALAN SCHNEIDER, "THE GOLDEN APPLE," MONTGOMERY CLIFT, "THE PAJAMA GAME"} (RADIO)

    (April 25, 1954)

    One in this series of programs about the world of theater, hosted by Mike Wallace, featuring interviews, scenes, and musical numbers from current and upcoming productions. This edition centers on the 1954 theater season. Highlights include the following ...

  • EDGAR BERGEN HOUR, THE (RADIO)

    (May 13, 1956)

    Incomplete program. Opens with a song by the Mellowmen. A "Meet the People" segment follows during which Bergen talks with film producer Joe Pasternak. Whistler sings "On the Street Where You Live." Includes a skit in the form of a panel discussion on ...

  • CBS SPORTS COLLEGE FOOTBALL: ARMY VS. NAVY (TV)

    (December 01, 1984)

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  • CBS NEWS REPORT: SPECIAL FEED - ROME (RADIO)

    (December 25, 1944)

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  • CBS OPEN LETTER ON RACE HATRED (RADIO)

    (July 24, 1943)

    This program exposes the danger posed by racial hatred to the prestige and self-respect of the United States and to the nation's war effort. It includes a dramatization of the race riots in Detroit on June 21, 1943, in which 1800 people were arrested, 600 ...

  • CBS NEWS SPECIAL: ASK PRESIDENT CARTER (RADIO)

    (March 05, 1977)

    A nationwide phone-in of citizens speaking with President Jimmy Carter is broadcast live from the Oval Office in Washington, D.C. Walter Cronkite introduces the program, and questioning starts. During the first hour, the following topics are discussed:...

  • CBS NEWS: HIGHLIGHTS OF THE ROYAL WEDDING (RADIO)

    (November 20, 1947)

    Recorded highlights of the wedding of Princess Elizabeth of Great Britain to Philip Mountbatten, which took place earlier the same day in Westminster Abbey, London. Edward R. Murrow describes the event interspersed with short portions of the actual ceremo...

  • CBS NEWS SPECIAL REPORT: BEYOND THE RAGE (TV)

    (May 01, 1992)

    This news special, hosted by Dan Rather, focuses on the aftermath of the riots in Los Angeles following the verdict in the Rodney King trial. This program features reports from correspondents Richard Roth, Connie Chung, John Blackstone, Randall Pinkston, T...

  • CBS NEWS SPECIAL REPORT: THE MEMPHIS MARCH (TV)

    (April 08, 1968)

    Live, special coverage of a march by striking sanitation workers and their supporters in Memphis, Tenn. This march occurs under a lifted injunction and also serves as a memorial march in memory of slain civil rights leader the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, ...

  • CBS NEWS SPECIAL REPORT: DISASTER IN SPACE (TV)

    (January 28, 1986)

    Dan Rather anchors this special report on the explosion of the Space Shuttle Challenger and the deaths of its seven crew members, including school teacher Christa McAuliffe, who was to be the first private citizen in space. Rather reviews footage of the sh...

  • CBS NEWS SPECIAL: FOUR PORTRAITS IN BLACK (TV)

    (April 26, 1974)

    This documentary and panel discussion, hosted by correspondent Hal Walker, provides a portrait of four middle-class African-American families, as well as an analysis of the current state of the black community in America. The program begins with a discussi...

  • CBS NEWS SPECIAL: NINETEEN EIGHTY-FOUR REVISITED (TV)

    (June 07, 1983)

    A documentary focusing on "1984," George Orwell's novel about an oppressive socialist society ruled by an omniscient tyrant called "Big Brother." Throughout this program, host Walter Cronkite compares Orwell's negative utopia to facets of various modern so...