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  • FIRST AMENDMENT PROJECT, THE: DECISION: CONFIDENTIAL SOURCES, PT. 2 (TV)

    (June 19, 1981)

    Continued from T81:0726. Part two of two. One in this limited series offering insight into the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution. This program examines the right of the press to use confidential sources. Participants in this part include Nationa...

  • MACNEIL/LEHRER REPORT, THE: NEUTRON BOMB (TV)

    (July 13, 1977)

    One in this series of news analysis programs. Guests on this program include Sen. John Heinz (R-Pa.); Fred Wikner, consultant for the U.S. Department of Defense; Herbert Scoville, Jr., of the Arms Control Association; and John Lehman, former U.S. arms cont...

  • LIBERTY WEEKEND {OPERATION SAIL 1986, PT. 4} (TV)

    (July 04, 1986)

    Continued from T86:0406. Part four of four. Hosted by ABC News anchor Peter Jennings and Mystic Seaport director J. Revell Carr, this portion of the coverage of Liberty Weekend's Operation Sail includes interviews with Capt. John Moriarty, commanding off...

  • LIBERTY WEEKEND {OPERATION SAIL 1986, PT. 2} (TV)

    (July 04, 1986)

    Continued from T86:0404. Part two of four. Hosted by ABC News anchor Peter Jennings and Mystic Seaport director J. Revell Carr, this portion of the coverage of Liberty Weekend's Operation Sail includes speeches by President Ronald Reagan and Emil Mosbach...

  • 60 MINUTES {CCCP-TV IN MOSCOW; B.M.O.C.; NATIVE SONS} (TV)

    (January 06, 1980)

    One in this series of news magazine programs. This ediotion features the following segments: "CCCP-TV in Moscow" reported by Harry Reasoner; "B.M.O.C." reported by Mike Wallace, and featuring interviews with Boston University president John Silber, and oth...

  • WALL STREET WEEK {WALL $TREET WEEK} WITH LOUIS RUKEYSER: W$W: 15TH ANNIVERSARY (TV)

    (November 22, 1985)

    The fifteenth anniversary program of one in this series of stock market and financial analysis programs hosted by Louis Rukeyser. This program features a review of the top economic news of the past fifteen years, with special guest Walter B. Wriston, forme...

  • PEPSI WALK THRU ROCK: THE BEATLES

    (1985)

    One in this limited series that documents the history of rock music through the use of film clips and music videos. This program is devoted to a profile of The Beatles. Included are brief clips of their films; news photo stills; interviews; clips of thei...

  • GOOD MORNING AMERICA, PT. 2 {U.S. AIR STRIKE AGAINST LIBYA} (TV)

    (April 15, 1986)

    This program features an ABC Special News Report with Peter Jennings and reporters Sam Donaldson, Ken Walker, Charles Glass (voice only, from Libya), John McWethy at the State Department, Barrie Dunsmore in London, and Sam Donaldson at the White House. I...

  • DOCTOR EDELL'S MEDICAL JOURNAL (TV)

    (September 03, 1986)

    One in this series of medical magazine programs produced by San Francisco's KGO-TV and hosted by Dr. Dean Edell. In this program, Dr. Edell reports on medical discoveries and late- breaking news; profiles a flulike disease and the patients afflicted with i...

  • CLEVELAND VICE (TV)

    (December 14, 1985)

    This compilation of news segments produced by WKYC-TV in Cleveland, Ohio, profiles vice squad police in Cleveland. Police officers are followed as they arrest prostitutes and drug dealers. Actual arrests, filmed with hidden cameras, are shown. Officers ...

  • SIDE ROADS: FAVORITE HAUNTS: THE CARNTON HOUSE (TV)

    (May 09, 1986)

    One in this series of feature stories on unusual places in Tennessee, produced by local station WTVC-TV in Chattanooga and aired weekly on its Action News program. This segment visits the Carnton House in Fielding, Tennessee, site of the bloodiest Civil W...

  • YOU ARE THERE: THE ASSASSINATION OF JULIUS CAESAR (MARCH 15, 44 B.C.) (TV)

    (March 08, 1953)

    One in this series of dramas re-enacting major historical events and covering them as current news stories. This program concerns March 15, 44 B.C. when the Roman Senate met to decide whether to maintain the Republic or vote in a dictatorship with Julius C...

  • YOU ARE THERE: THE CRISIS OF GALILEO {A.K.A. THE ORDEAL OF GALILEO} (APRIL 30, 1633) (TV)

    (April 19, 1953)

    One in this series of dramas re-enacting major historical events and covering them as current news stories. This program concerns April 30, 1633, in Rome, when Italian astronomer Galileo Galilei was examined by an inquisitor on his work, the "Discorsi." Th...

  • TORCH HAS BEEN PASSED, THE: THE NEW PRESIDENT AT THE ROUND TABLE (TV)

    (November 23, 1963)

    This "CBS News Special Report" concerns the personal and political past of President Lyndon B. Johnson and was aired the day after the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. Includes interviews with Bruce Catton; Richard Neustadt; Justice Thurgood Mar...

  • LAUGH-IN {JAMES STEWART} (TV)

    (June 06, 1979)

    One in this series of comedy/variety programs. Highlights include: a parody of "60 Minutes"; routines focusing on the auto industry, cigarettes, sex, and junk food; a cereal commercial parody; Ralph Nader on hot dogs; Laugh-in News with Mr. and Mrs. James ...

  • BIG EVENT, THE: A MAN CALLED INTREPID, PT. 1, NO. 2 (TV)

    (May 20, 1979)

    Continued from T80:0162. The second portion of part one of this six-hour drama "inspired by a true story of espionage during World War II." In this portion, Evan and Madeleine become friends at Camp X and are sent to England. While Evan remains in Engla...

  • CARLIN AT CARNEGIE (TV)

    (January 08, 1983)

    George Carlin, the brash, off-color comedian, presents his hour-long show before a live audience at Carnegie Hall. The subjects of his routines, which are peppered with graphic language, include: being a comedian, Rice Crispies, the phrase "Have a nice day...

  • MONTY PYTHON'S FLYING CIRCUS: THE NUDE MAN {SERIES 3, SHOW 9} (TV)

    (December 14, 1972)

    One in this series of comedy programs. This episode includes the following sketches: a failed attempt at blackmail on Scottish Airways; a housing project built by characters from 19th-century English literature; the final match in the Men's Olympic Hide-an...

  • MONTY PYTHON'S FLYING CIRCUS: THE WAR AGAINST PORNOGRAPHY {SERIES 3, SHOW 6} (TV)

    (November 23, 1972)

    One in this series of comedy programs. This episode includes the following sketches: a newsreel report about the Tory housewives' campaign to clean up smut; brain surgery being performed by morons; a television special about the sex life of a mollusk; "Tod...

  • KCST/NEWSCENTER 39 (TV)

    (March 15, 1978)

    One in this series of local news programs. Hutchinson reports on a broken water main causing traffic tie-ups, a ten-car collision, mayoral elections, sports, and San Diego City Council approval of plans for the construction of a convention center. This p...