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  • CORAZON AQUINO: NEW HOPE FOR PHILIPPINE DEMOCRACY (RADIO) : September 18, 1986

    Program features an introduction of President Aquino to the Joint session of Congress by Speaker of the House, Thomas P. O'Neill, Jr., and a speech by President Corazon Aquino. ...

  • NBC NEWS SPECIAL REPORT: NORTHERN IRELAND: HISTORY OF WAR (TV): September 05, 1979

    In this program hosted by Lloyd Dobyns, correspondents Jim Bittermann, Garrick Utley, John Cochran, and Lee McCarthy talk with the following people about the violent situation in Ireland: the Rev. William Addley of Ebrington Presbyterian Church (voice only...

  • MICKEY MOUSE CLUB, THE: ANYTHING CAN HAPPEN DAY (TV): January 23, 1957

    One in this series of children's variety programs, hosted by the Mouseketeers (child performers wearing mouse-ear hats), featuring newsreels, musical production numbers, and Walt Disney live action serials and cartoons. This program opens with a "Mickey M...

  • PRIMETIME GLICK {NATHAN LANE, MOLLY SHANNON} (TV): July 18, 2001

    One in this talk-show series hosted by the self-assured, yet incompetent, Jiminy Glick, who is played by comedian Martin Short. In this episode, Glick complains bitterly about tabloid magazines and their "lies" about his half-brother Clay being a shoplifte...

  • MAN FROM U.N.C.L.E., THE {THE MAN FROM UNCLE}: THE SEVEN WONDERS OF THE WORLD AFFAIR, PT. 1 {SERIES FINALE} (TV): January 08, 1968

    The finale in this series of of tongue-in-cheek spy dramas about superagents Napoleon Solo and Illya Kuryakin of the United Network Command for Law and Enforcement. In part one of this two-part episode, Solo and Kuryakin fire upon a house and order a man, ...

  • VIEW, THE {DON RICKLES} (TV): December 09, 2008

    One in this series of daytime talk shows hosted by a multi-generational group of women, presided over by Barbara Walters, moderated by actress Whoopi Goldberg, and including TV personality Elisabeth Hasselbeck, comedian Sherri Shepherd and comedian Joy Beh...

  • MAN FROM U.N.C.L.E., THE {THE MAN FROM UNCLE}: THE SEVEN WONDERS OF THE WORLD AFFAIR, PT. 2 {SERIES FINALE} (TV): January 15, 1968

    The series finale in this series of of tongue-in-cheek spy dramas about superagents Napoleon Solo and Illya Kuryakin of the United Network Command for Law and Enforcement. Continued from B:12271. In part two of this two-part episode, a news reporter descri...

  • GREAT PERFORMANCES: THE SOLDIER'S TALE (TV): March 19, 1984

    In this animated program, R.O. Blechman dramatizes the Russian folk tale of a young soldier's struggle with the devil, using Igor Stravinsky's musical setting, "L'Histoire du soldat." An introduction with stills and archival footage of Stravinsky's life in...

  • WEST WING, THE: CELESTIAL NAVIGATION (TV): February 16, 2000

    One in this series of dramas about the day-to-day running of the White House and the lives of its staff. In this episode, while Toby and Sam are trying to avert a disaster with new Supreme Court nominee Roberto Mendoza, Joshua gives a lecture in which he d...

  • ACADEMY AWARDS, THE 43RD ANNUAL (TV): April 15, 1971

    The forty-third annual Academy Awards presentation, broadcast live from Hollywood. Performing or presenting awards in the first hour are Shirley Jones, John Marley, Ryan O'Neal, Lola Falana, Walter Matthau, Maggie Smith, Genevieve Bujold, James Earl Jones,...

  • MUSEUM OF TELEVISION & RADIO WILLIAM S. PALEY TELEVISION FESTIVAL 2007, THE: NIP/TUCK {LONG VERSION}: March 08, 2007

    One in a series of evenings and special screenings presented as part of The Museum of Television & Radio's William S. Paley Television Festival in Los Angeles. Held this year at the Directors Guild of America Theatre Complex, the festival celebrates the ex...

  • NEW YORK LOTTERY TAKE FIVE: MEETING {ADWEEK: BEST SPOTS OF AUGUST 1994} : 1994/08/xx

    In this commercial for New York Lottery's Take Five game, a corporate C.E.O. is shown addressing a group of salesmen. He explains that sales have never been worse in the company's history and consequently, he is asking everyone to accept a ten percent pay...

  • HOLLYWOOD THE GOLDEN YEARS: THE RKO STORY: BIRTH OF A TITAN {EPISODE 1 OF 6} (TV): August 14, 1988

    This documentary miniseries, hosted by Edward Asner, details the rise of the American film production company RKO (Radio-Keith-Orpheum), known for its many films created during Hollywood's "Golden Age." The first installment begins as Asner stands before t...

  • NORMAN CORWIN'S WE HOLD THESE TRUTHS (RADIO): 1992

    This program celebrates the bicentennial anniversary of the ratification of the Bill of Rights. A Citizen (Richard Dysart) visits with people from the past in order to learn more about the history of the Bill of Rights. Specifically, this program focuses...

  • MUSEUM OF TELEVISION & RADIO SEMINAR SERIES, THE: 2002 TELEVISION DOCUMENTARY FESTIVAL: MCLUHAN'S WAKE {LONG VERSION}: May 10, 2002

    One in a series of seminars conducted by The Museum of Television & Radio as part of the Museum's third annual Television Documentary Festival. Held in New York and moderated by television curator Ron Simon, this session features a discussion about the fil...

  • PALEY CENTER FOR MEDIA, THE: PALEYFEST 2010: LOST {LONG VERSION ANAMORPHIC}: February 27, 2010

    One in a series of evenings and special screenings presented as part of The Paley Center for Media?s 27th William S. Paley Television Festival in Los Angeles. Held this year at the Saban Theatre in Beverly Hills, the festival celebrates the excellence an...

  • GAMES OF THE XXV OLYMPIAD, THE {1992 BARCELONA OLYMPICS}: DAY 12 {PART 2 OF 5} (TV): August 05, 1992

    This program presents a portion of coverage of the 1992 summer Games of the XXV Olympiad from Barcelona. Highlights of this portion include coverage of the following events and topics: Anchor sports commentator Bob Costas presides throughout this portio...

  • ABC THURSDAY NIGHT MOVIE: THE NIGHT THEY SAVED CHRISTMAS (TV): December 13, 1984

    This made-for-television production pits Santa Claus against oil company drillers as he tries to save his North Pole village from ruin. The program begins with the employees of International Resources Corp., an arctic research company, searching for oil by...

  • NOVA: THE FINAL FRONTIER (TV): February 01, 1978

    One in this series of science documentaries. This program, part two of two, explores the advancement of the space program with a special emphasis on the economics involved. The building and use of the first space shuttle, called the Enterprise, is the main...

  • HALLMARK HALL OF FAME: THE SNOW GOOSE (TV): November 15, 1971

    One in this series of dramatic specials presented by Hallmark. Adapted by Paul Gallico from his novel set in England during World War II, this drama focuses on Philip Rhayader, an outcast, hunchbacked English artist who is befriended by Frith, an orphaned ...