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  • Complete 64th Annual Peabody Awards (May 16, 2005)

    Complete 64th Annual Peabody Awards (May 16, 2005)

    32 recipients of the 64th Annual Peabody Awards were presented with awards on May 16, 2005 at the Waldorf=Astoria Hotel in New York City. The

  • The War in Iraq
    2004
    The War in Iraq

    Despite assignment in a country riddled with car bombings, mortar attacks, sniper fire and kidnappings, NPR correspondents Anne Garrels, Ivan Watson, Deborah Amos, Lourdes Garcia-Navarro,...

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  • Bus 174
    2004
    Bus 174

    On the surface, Bus 174 is a documentary using real-time media footage to explore events surrounding Sandro do Nascimento’s hijacking of a public bus in...

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  • MOSAIC: World News from the Middle East
    2004
    MOSAIC: World News from the Middle East

    Link TV’s MOSAIC: World News from The Middle East offers viewers an in-depth look at the daily news as presented by over 15 national broadcasters...

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  • The Daily Show with Jon Stewart: Indecision 2004
    2004
    The Daily Show with Jon Stewart: Indecision 2004

    Through the momentous weeks of the 2004 Presidential Campaigns, Jon Stewart and cohorts provided the kind of cathartic satire that deflates pomposity on an equal...

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  • PRI's Studio 360 American Icons: Moby-Dick
    2004
    PRI's Studio 360 American Icons: Moby-Dick

    In an effort to reexamine what it means to be American, Studio 360 launched a constructive series aimed at understanding American cultural benchmarks, American Icons....

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  • The Suffering of Sudan
    2004
    The Suffering of Sudan

    Channel One News reporter, writer, videographer and producer Seth Doane traveled to Sudan to help explain the complexities of Sudan’s civil war and genocide for...

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  • Balseros
    2004
    Balseros

    Cuban refugee rafters—“balseros”—fled by the thousands in 1994 after Fidel Castro opened up Cuba’s coastal borders to those who wished to leave the country. This...

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  • Nursery Tap, Hip to Toe
    2004
    Nursery Tap, Hip to Toe

    Nursery Tap, Hip to Toe is a delightful children’s program that manages to introduce young children to the world of performing arts through the use...

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  • Salud Es Vida ... Enterate! (Lead a Healthy Life ... Get the Facts!)
    2004
    Salud Es Vida ... Enterate! (Lead a Healthy Life ... Get the Facts!)

    Univision’s television, radio, and on-line health-education initiative is a truly impressive cross-platform public service campaign. Designed to improve the quality of life by promoting healthier...

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  • The Kumars at No. 42
    2004
    The Kumars at No. 42

    Part scripted comedy, part improvisation, and part genuine interview, The Kumars at No. 42 invites a typical, albeit exaggerated, Indian family to American network television....

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  • Let the Good Times Roll
    2004
    Let the Good Times Roll

    This absorbing 13-part radio series is a celebration of the alchemic blend of jazz, gospel, and blues into rock and roll’s predecessor, rhythm and blues....

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  • Human Cargo
    2004
    Human Cargo

    This six-hour miniseries deals with one of the most pressing problems in today’s version of “the global village,” the movement of refugees throughout the world....

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  • American Experience: Tupperware!
    2004
    American Experience: Tupperware!

    This vibrant documentary, narrated by the critically-acclaimed Kathy Bates, looks at why one of the world’s most ubiquitous products has become a cultural icon. At...

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  • State of Denial
    2004
    State of Denial

    WFAA-TV’s 19-part series State of Denial details questionable practices by state agencies and major insurance companies involved with the Texas workers compensation system. In this...

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  • Takalani Sesame Presents
    2004
    Takalani Sesame Presents "Talk to Me ..."

    In November 2004 Takalani Sesame presents “Talk to Me…” campaign was launched in South Africa. The campaign culminated on December 1st with a one-hour television...

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  • Black Sky: Race for Space
    2004
    Black Sky: Race for Space

    Black Sky: Race for Space chronicles the first great aeronautical feat of the 21st century—Burt Rutan`s reinvention of space travel in the form of a...

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  • Something the Lord Made
    2004
    Something the Lord Made

    Something the Lord Made is the story of two men, Dr. Alfred Blalock, an ambitious white surgeon, and Vivien Thomas, a brilliant black carpenter turned...

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  • Chesapeake Bay Pollution Investigation
    2004
    Chesapeake Bay Pollution Investigation

    This investigation by WBAL-TV writer/reporter John Sherman still continues. The story, centered on spillage of raw sewage into creeks and streams feeding into the Chesapeake...

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  • To the Best of Our Knowledge
    2004
    To the Best of Our Knowledge

    A public-radio institution since 1992, To the Best of Our Knowledge remains the consummate audio magazine of ideas and oddities for people with curious minds....

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  • 60 Minutes II: Abuse at Abu Ghraib
    2004
    60 Minutes II: Abuse at Abu Ghraib

    The truism that television is a visual medium was confirmed in this report. But here the visual component consisted primarily of a set of still...

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  • Beah: A Black Woman Speaks
    2004
    Beah: A Black Woman Speaks

    In this tribute to Beah Richards—amazing actress, writer, director, poet, teacher, musician, and activist—LisaGay Hamilton takes us on a journey through Richards’ life and times....

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  • State of Play
    2004
    State of Play

    State of Play explores the tangled relations among three of the most powerful institutions working in today’s complex social world: politics, law enforcement and the...

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  • The Bully Project
    2004
    The Bully Project

    With the ever-growing prevalence of deadly cases of school violence and the media’s extensive coverage of these events, The Bully Project stands out, because it...

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  • On the Media
    2004
    On the Media

    For one hour each Saturday, On the Media hosts Bob Garfield and Brooke Gladstone take listeners of 185 National Public Radio stations on an insightful...

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  • The Darfur Crisis
    2004
    The Darfur Crisis

    A series of searing reports from BBC journalists Andrew Harding, Ishbel Matheson, Hilary Andersson, Fergal Keane, Nicholas Witchell, Paul Wood, and Bridget Kendal, The Darfur...

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  • The N-Word
    2004
    The N-Word

    This documentary provides an in depth look at one of the most inflammatory words in the English language. It couples history, personal accounts and candid...

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  • Deadwood
    2004
    Deadwood

    Deadwood, as imagined and created by producer-writer David Milch, exists somewhere between history and fiction, somewhere between civilization and savagery, somewhere between nightmare and dream....

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  • NewsChannel 5 Investigates: Friends in High Places
    2004
    NewsChannel 5 Investigates: Friends in High Places

    More than 50 individual reports and two documentaries contributed to NewsChannel 5’s three-year investigation of former Tennessee Gov. Don Sundquist. The investigative team’s persistent reporting...

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  • Leonard Bernstein: An American Life
    2004
    Leonard Bernstein: An American Life

    This 11-part radio documentary, hosted by Susan Sarandon, is an extraordinarily detailed account of Leonard Bernstein’s life and career. In production for more than six...

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  • Rwanda -- Do Scars Ever Fade?
    2004
    Rwanda -- Do Scars Ever Fade?

    In 1994, the small African country of Rwanda was awash in blood. Extremists in the majority Hutu controlled government organized a systematic genocide of Rwanda’s...

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  • The Age of Wal-Mart: Inside America's Most Powerful Company
    2004
    The Age of Wal-Mart: Inside America's Most Powerful Company

    This exploration of one of the most familiar commercial icons in America—and increasingly in the world—is a deep examination of corporate culture. But Wal-Mart is...

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  • Personal Award: Grant Tinker
    2004
    Personal Award: Grant Tinker

    “My own attitude is that my job was simply to get my hands on the best creative people, help them in any way that they...

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