'TW3,' as it was called, was a snappy blend of political satire and irreverent music numbers. A range of current events, religion, civil rights, social issues and more were all lampooned in skits and songs (composed primarily by Tom Lehrer) with titles like 'Smut,' 'Pollution,' 'The Folk Song Army,' 'National Brotherhood Week' and 'The Vatican Rag.' Its performers included Nancy Ames, Alan Alda and Buck Henry. David Frost was featured on both the original British series and the U.S. version.
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1966 - Emmy - Special Classifications of Individual Achievements- winner
1965 - Emmy - Outstanding Individual Achievements in Entertainment- nominated
1964 - Emmy - Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Variety or Music- nominated
1964 - Emmy - Outstanding Performance in a Variety or Musical Program- nominated
An 11-year-old music prodigy attends high school as part of its Advanced Natural Talents program for gifted students and struggles to fit in with the older kids who aren't fond of grade-skipping newbies.