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.
Profile of the Oak Ridge Boys includes interviews with the members (Duane Allen, Joe Bonsall, William Lee Golden and Richard Sterban); and their producer, Ron Chancey. Also: comments from manager Jim Halsey.
A profile of Tex Ritter (1905-74), whose career encompassed radio, movies, records and television after his start in a Broadway chorus. Included: comments from Willie Nelson, Barbara Mandrell and Ritter's sons John and Tom.
A profile of singer Neal McCoy recalls his Texas childhood and rise to fame. Included: concert footage and comments from McCoy, his mother and entertainers such as Bryan White, Kevin Sharp and Charley Pride.
Former cast members of the TV series “The Dukes of Hazzard”---Tom Wopat, Catherine Bach and John Schneider---are profiled. Included: how they got their starts and what they have done since the series ended in 1985.
A profile of "American music legend" Willie Nelson features comments from the Texas native; his sister---and piano player---Bobbie Lee; and drummer Paul English. Also: songwriters Hank Cochran and Mae Axton; and record producers Joe Allison and Larry Butler.