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  • BIG APPLE MINUTE, THE: THE SCHOMBURG CENTER (TV): September 13, 1980

    One in this series of public service announcements which provide information about sights and events in the New York City area. In this edition, Bill McCreary profiles the Schomburg Center for Research of Black Culture....

  • BIG APPLE MINUTE, THE: SHOPPING ON FIFTH AVENUE (TV): September 12, 1980

    One in this series of public service announcements which provide information about sights and events in the New York City area. In this edition, Bill Boggs reports on the variety of window displays found along Fifth Avenue....

  • BIG APPLE MINUTE, THE: THE NEW YORK PUBLIC LIBRARY (TV): September 11, 1980

    One in this series of public service announcements which provide information about sights and events in the New York City area. In this edition, Marian Etoile Watson looks at the offerings at the New York Public Library....

  • BIG APPLE MINUTE, THE: THE EMPIRE STATE BUILDING (TV): September 10, 1980

    One in this series of public service announcements which provide information about sights and events in the New York City area. In this edition, Bill Boggs provides a brief history and tour of the Empire State Building....

  • BIG APPLE MINUTE, THE: AUNT LEN'S DOLL AND TOY MUSEUM (TV): September 09, 1980

    One in this series of public service announcements which provide information about sights and events in the New York City area. In this edition, Bill Boggs profiles Aunt Len's Doll and Toy Museum in Harlem....

  • BIG APPLE MINUTE, THE: STATEN ISLAND FERRY (TV): September 08, 1980

    One in this series of public service announcements which provide information about sights and events in the New York City area. In this edition, Gil de Lamadrid provides a brief history of the Staten Island Ferry....

  • BIG APPLE MINUTE, THE: THE HARLEM SCHOOL OF THE ARTS (TV): September 07, 1980

    One in this series of public service announcements which provide information about sights and events in the New York City area. In this edition, Marian Etoile Watson profiles the student body and curriculum at the Harlem School of the Arts....

  • BIG APPLE MINUTE, THE: THE CHELSEA HOTEL (TV): September 06, 1980

    One in this series of public service announcements which provide information about sights and events in the New York City area. In this edition, Linda Gialanella profiles a New York City landmark, the Chelsea Hotel....

  • BIG APPLE MINUTE, THE: COLUMBUS CIRCLE (TV): September 05, 1980

    One in this series of public service announcements which provide information about sights and events in the New York City area. In this edition, John Roland provides a brief historical tour of Columbus Circle....

  • BIG APPLE MINUTE, THE: BEDFORD-STUYVESANT RESTORATION (TV): September 04, 1980

    One in this series of public service announcements which provide information about sights and events in the New York City area. In this edition, Bill Boggs profiles the restoration of the Bedord-Stuyvesant community....

  • BIG APPLE MINUTE, THE: LITTLE UKRAINE (TV): September 03, 1980

    One in this series of public service announcements which provide information about sights and events in the New York City area. In this edition, Bill Boggs tours the Little Ukrainian Section of Manhattan....

  • BIG APPLE MINUTE, THE: THE MORRIS MUSEUM (TV): September 02, 1980

    One in this series of public service announcements which provide information about sights and events in the New York City area. In this edition, Linda Gialanella provides a tour of the Morris Museum of Arts and Sciences....

  • BIG APPLE MINUTE, THE: GRAMERCY PARK (TV): September 01, 1980

    One in this series of public service announcements which provide information about sights and events in the New York City area. In this edition, Bill Boggs provides a tour of the Gramercy Park section of Manhattan....

  • PLAYING FOR TIME (TV): September 30, 1980

    A docudrama special about the real-life imprisonment of Fania Fénelon in the Auschwitz concentration camp and her survival there through music -- as a member of the orchestra that played for the Nazi captors as well as fellow inmates. The half-Jewish Pari...

  • SPFX: "THE EMPIRE STRIKES BACK" (TV) : September 22, 1980

    This documentary focuses on the special effects used in George Lucas's film "The Empire Strikes Back." Highlights of this program, narrated by Mark Hamill, include an explanation of stop-motion photography; clips from early fantasy films, including "King K...

  • CBS NEWS SPECIAL REPORT: CAMPAIGN '80: THE PRESIDENTIAL DEBATES: REAGAN VS. ANDERSON (TV) : September 21, 1980

    "CBS News Special Report" coverage of this debate, telecast from the Baltimore Convention Center, between the Republican presidential nominee Ronald Reagan and independent candidate John Anderson, a Republican congressman running as an independent. (Democr...

  • U.S. OPEN TENNIS CHAMPIONSHIPS 1980 (TV): September 07, 1980

    Part one of live coverage, from Flushing, New York, of the championship tennis match between Björn Borg and John McEnroe for the U.S. Open's Men's Singles title. The first set progresses as follows: McEnroe wins the first game; Borg wins the second game; ...

  • THIRTY MINUTES {JOCKEY KAREN ROGERS} (TV) : September 20, 1980

    One in this series of programs devoted to the interests and concerns of young people. In this program, the first story covered is a look at the Klan Youth Corps, a division of the Ku Klux Klan. In Alabama, Christopher Glenn examines how 10 to 17-year-olds ...

  • SEVEN-THIRTY MAGAZINE {7:30 MAGAZINE} {VISIT TO THE MUSEUM OF BROADCASTING} {SERIES PREMIERE} (TV): September 10, 1980

    The premiere of this series of news magazine programs broadcast locally in the New York metropolitan area. In the first segment, Bill O'Reilly and former CBS program director Michael Dann discuss network programming procedures and visit The Museum of Broad...

  • GENERAL ELECTRIC THEATER: SEE HOW SHE RUNS (TV) : September 03, 1980

    In this television movie, Joanne Woodward plays a middle-aged, single mother for whom jogging becomes the means for self-discovery and independence. Betty Quinn is a committed teacher, selfless mother of two teenage girls, and caretaker of her invalid fath...