FDR establishes a back-to-work program that generates employment and addresses some of the nation's environmental needs during the Great Depression.
The complex life of a man who has come to represent western justice but had many connections to lawlessness.
This film examines the defining moments of the offensive that led the U.S. across a moral divide. Weaving interviews with WWII pilots and historians with stunning archival footage of the bombing and its aftermath, the program is a haunting reminder of the dilemma imposed by war’s civilian casualties.
Tony Award-winner Eve Best stars as Dolley Madison, America’s “first First Lady”; Tony Award-winner Jefferson Mays is James Madison.
Director Robert Stone traces the origins of the modern environmental movement through the eyes of nine Americans who propelled the movement from its beginnings in the 1950s.
Examines one of the darkest chapters of the Vietnam War: the 1968 My Lai massacre, its cover-up and the soldiers who broke rank to halt the atrocities.
A treatment of the assassination of Martin Luther King by James Earl Ray from the perspective of the actual lives of the two men.
The story of the American whaling industry and its role in the development of the ocean-going capacites of the 19th century United States.
The rise and fall of the controversial anti-communist Senator from Wisconsin.