The conclusion of a four-part examination of supposed encounters with angels. Included: a policeman who claims that an angel helped him stop a suicide, and a woman who claims that an angel aided her boyfriend during a near-death experience.
A look at the Arena Football League, including the its beginnings and the players. Also: interviews with Super Bowl MVP Kurt Warner; commissioner C. David Baker; Arizona Rattlers head coach Danny White.
Travis Tritt discusses bumps on his road to stardom and the effects of personal relationships on his career. Also: comments from Marty Stuart, Pam Tillis, Waylon Jennings, Charlie Daniels, and Melissa Gilbert.
A look at the life of singer-songwriter-actor Rick Springfield, from his early music career in his native Australia to pop-music and soap-opera success in the '80s. Included: interviews with Springfield, family members, former managers, actors and music critics; music-video clips and concert footage.
A look at the life of race-car driver Davey Allison, who was killed in a helicopter crash in 1993. Included: interviews with family members; former racer Richard Petty; and former crew chief Larry McReynolds.
In a profile of country artist Roy Clark, the "Hee Haw" host discusses his work with Jimmy Dean; his first guitar; and how he met his wife, Barbara. Also: comments from his family and those who worked with him, including his former manager, Jim Halsey.
“Texas, Western Swing and Honky Tonk” focuses on the pioneers of the genre, including Ernest Tubb, Lefty Frizell, and Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys, as well as the artists they've influenced, including Junior Brown and Ray Benson.
A profile of bluegrass icon Ralph Stanley and a look at his influence on contemporary country stars. Included: comments from Dwight Yoakam, Ricky Skaggs, Kathy Mattea, Connie Smith and bluegrass historian Eddie Stubbs.
A profile of Minnie Pearl, celebrated for her down-home humor and straw hat with the dangling price tag. Included: archival stills and TV clips; and comments from Roy Clark, Boxcar Willie, Jim Nabors and Charley Pride.