The Peabody Awards

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  • Complete 62nd Annual Peabody Awards (May 19, 2003)

    Complete 62nd Annual Peabody Awards (May 19, 2003)

    31 recipients of the 62nd Annual Peabody Awards were presented with awards on May 19, 2003 at the Waldorf=Astoria Hotel in New York City. The

  • Nightline: The Survivors
    Nightline: The Survivors

    On September 11, 2001 Louise Kurtz, 49, began her second day as an accountant at the Pentagon. She was standing by the office fax machine...

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  • FRONTLINE: Shattered Dreams of Peace, The Road From Oslo
    FRONTLINE: Shattered Dreams of Peace, The Road From Oslo

    In the summer of 2000, Israeli and Palestinian negotiators were on the brink of reaching a peace agreement. After years of negotiation, both sides seemed...

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  • EGG the arts show
    EGG the arts show

    EGG the arts show is smart, entertaining, unpretentious—and not infrequently—funny. It treats art playfully without dumbing it down. One installment, focused on uses of water...

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  • The Complete Angler
    The Complete Angler

    When Yale student James Prosek convinced the university to permit him to write a senior essay on Izaak Walton, author of the 17th Century classic,...

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  • Russell Simmons Presents Def Poetry
    Russell Simmons Presents Def Poetry

    Poetry on television. Poetry spoken and performed, not read from the page. Poetry that draws a live audience into the intricacies of language, the humor...

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  • Boomtown

    Boomtown holds a mirror up to the complexities of 21st century society, where common concerns are rarely experienced in black and white. As is most...

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  • Six Feet Under
    Six Feet Under

    Every episode in the life of the Fisher family begins with death. How else would stories set in Fisher & Sons Funeral Home begin? Created...

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  • Terror on Tape
    Terror on Tape

    It is one thing to imagine the processes of planning for terrorist tactics. It is quite another to see the process. In Terror on Tape,...

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  • Bang Bang You're Dead
    Bang Bang You're Dead

    Bang Bang You’re Dead, written by William Mastrosimone, is based on Mastrosimone’s play of the same title, written in reaction to threats of violence—from students,...

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  • The Rise and Fall of Jim Crow
    The Rise and Fall of Jim Crow

    This unprecedented four-part series explores segregation from the end of the Civil War to the dawn of the modern Civil Rights movement. It recounts the...

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  • Almost Strangers
    Almost Strangers

    Set in London’s elegant Claridge’s hotel, Almost Strangers follows the peculiar and mysterious Symon family’s three-day reunion. Like most such events, this one stretches and...

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  • American Experience: Monkey Trial
    American Experience: Monkey Trial

    Monkey Trial follows one of the most famous legal battles of the 20th century, the trial of John Scopes for violating a Tennessee law forbidding...

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  • Fake Drugs, Real Lives
    Fake Drugs, Real Lives

    From January through September 2002, this investigative series revealed that confidential informants working with Dallas police planted powdered Sheetrock or billiard chalk near unsuspecting Mexican...

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  • DNA Protects Men of Dishonor
    DNA Protects Men of Dishonor

    In a case of rape at Fort Hood army base in Texas, military criminal investigators inform the victim, an enlisted woman, that they have all...

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  • Sounding the Alarm
    Sounding the Alarm

    Working closely with Milwaukee’s North Shore Fire Department, WISN Reporters Tammy Elliott and Kent Wainscott made a startling discovery: Many young children simply will not...

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  • 9/11

    In the spring of 2001, three documentarians (Jules and Gedeon Naudet, with James Hanlon) began a project following a New York City rookie firefighter’s rite...

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  • Boston Public:
    Boston Public: "Chapter Thirty-Seven"

    Week after week Boston Public explores the personal and professional lives of teachers, administrators, and students who work and study at an urban high school...

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  • The Interrogation of Michael Crowe
    The Interrogation of Michael Crowe

    Based on a true story, The Interrogation of Michael Crowe follows the ordeal of the Crowe family, whose 14-year-old son, Michael, played here so poignantly...

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  • The Gathering Storm
    The Gathering Storm

    By the mid-1930s, 60-year-old Winston Churchill (Albert Finney)is all but irrelevant to British politics. His family fortune has been wrecked by the stock market crash....

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  • Bringing Down a Dictator
    Bringing Down a Dictator

    On October 5, 2000, the final dramatic hours of the Serb struggle against Slobodan Milosevic captured headlines and cover stories around the world. But the...

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  • File On 4: Export Controls
    File On 4: Export Controls

    Broadcast on the day the British Parliament discussed Iraq’s weapons of mass destruction, this investigation revealed how other “rogue” nations, including Iran, had illicitly procured...

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  • Door to Door
    Door to Door

    Door to Door chronicles the life of Bill Porter. Stricken with cerebral palsy as the result of an accident at his birth, Porter went on...

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  • The Sonic Memorial Project and
    The Sonic Memorial Project and

    The Sonic Memorial Project, executive produced by the Kitchen Sisters, Davia Nelson and Nikki Silva, is an intimate and historic documentary radio series commemorating the...

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  • ExxonMobil Masterpiece Theatre: Othello
    ExxonMobil Masterpiece Theatre: Othello

    In Othello, screenwriter Andrew Davies (Middlemarch, House of Cards) updates one of the greatest Shakespearean tragedies, presenting it in contemporary form as the story of...

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  • Yiddish Radio Project
    Yiddish Radio Project

    The culmination of nearly two decades of research, preservation, and production, this historic series was saluted in newspapers and magazines across the country. Just as...

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  • Stage on Screen: Beckett on Film
    Stage on Screen: Beckett on Film

    Samuel Beckett is acknowledged as one of the most important and visionary writers of the 20th century. His stark depictions of human isolation captured the...

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  • The Hepatitis C Epidemic: A 15-Year Government Cover-up
    The Hepatitis C Epidemic: A 15-Year Government Cover-up

    Hepatitis C is a devastating, often fatal illness that can cause both cirrhosis and liver cancer. This in-depth probe by Fuji Television Network’s investigative team...

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