Alistair Cooke's Emmy-winning history of the U.S. from Colonial days to the 1970s, filmed on location, offers a panoramic yet personal look at the birth and growth of America. The series was also known as 'Alistair Cooke's America.'
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1973 - Emmy - Outstanding New Series- winner
1973 - Golden Globe - Best Television Series - Drama- nominated
In this documentary, Rory Kennedy goes into the heart of Appalachian life in Eastern Kentucky to expose the human side of "hillbillies." Iree Bowling, 68 years old and mother of 13, discusses life in the hollow through interviews and footage of her and her large family.
An acclaimed series of biographies of artists, writers, filmmakers, musicians and Hollywood stars. Profiles of Alexander Calder, Paul Simon, Charlie Chaplin and music producer John Hammond won Peabody Awards, while films about Edward R. Murrow, Lucille Ball, Buster Keaton, Lillian Gish and Leonard Bernstein (among others) won Emmys, and a study of the Algonquin Round Table won a 1987 Academy Award.
A father and son bring a group of greenhorns to Porcupine Creek, Alaska, to mine for gold in this reality series. Follow this reality series about Jack and his son Todd who gather a group of greenhorns to Porcupine Creek, Alaska. Facing an economic meltdown, the team risks everything and sets out on a mission to mine for gold in the wilds. Todd and his team face the grandeur as well as the hardships of Alaska that included an threatening winter that will halt operations along with their opportunity to strike gold.