The Peabody Awards

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  • CBS World News Roundup
    1978
    CBS World News Roundup

    CBS World News Roundup celebrated its 40th anniversary in 1978. For consistently offering a roundup of the major stories of the day in more than...

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  • Lou Grant
    1978
    Lou Grant

    There are those who thought that Ed Asner succeeded very well as a television news director. Many now feel he has made the transition to...

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  • Personal Award: Bob Keeshan
    1978
    Personal Award: Bob Keeshan

    A personal Peabody Award goes to Bob Keeshan, known to millions as “Captain Kangaroo.” For a quarter of a century, he has not only brought...

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  • Personal Award: Richard S. Salant
    1978
    Personal Award: Richard S. Salant

    A personal Peabody goes to a distinguished lawyer turned newsman, Richard S. Salant. In recognition of his leadership at CBS News, and also in recognition...

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  • The Battle for South Africa
    1978
    The Battle for South Africa

    This in-depth look at the terrorist war being waged in South Africa against the government is a real credit to CBS News which produced this...

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  • The Body Human: The Vital Connection
    1978
    The Body Human: The Vital Connection

    The world of the human brain has rarely been so graphically displayed and explained as in The Human Body: The Vital Connection. Written with an...

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  • CBS News Sunday Morning
    1979
    CBS News Sunday Morning

    CBS News has brought new life to Sunday morning television with its CBS News Sunday Morning series. Hosted by Charles Kuralt, this program adds a...

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  • Dummy
    1979
    Dummy

    CBS Entertainment has teamed up with the Konigsberg Company in association with Warner Brothers Television to produce a masterful true-life account of a black deaf...

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  • Personal Award: Roger Mudd for
    1979
    Personal Award: Roger Mudd for "Teddy"

    Roger Mudd has never lacked for incisiveness in the interviews he has done. His CBS Reports interview with Senator and presidential hopeful Edward Kennedy brought...

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  • The Boston Goes to China
    1979
    The Boston Goes to China

    Millions of American spines tingled when the Boston Symphony Orchestra and the Peking Philharmonic broke into a rousing rendition of Stars and Stripes Forever on...

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  • The Plane That Fell From the Sky
    1983
    The Plane That Fell From the Sky

    On April 4, 1979, TWA Flight 841 came within seconds of crashing following a mysterious nosedive. In an exceptional television documentary, CBS News recounted the...

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  • Gideon's Trumpet
    1980
    Gideon's Trumpet

    To CBS Entertainment, a Peabody Award for Gideon’s Trumpet, a true and compelling story of a Florida convict who alters the course of legal history....

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  • Personal Award: Carroll O'Connor for
    1980
    Personal Award: Carroll O'Connor for "Edith's Death" ("All in the Family")

    To Carroll O’Connor, a personal Peabody Award for his work in Edith’s Death, an episode in the Archie Bunker’s Place series. O’Connor’s sensitive reaction to...

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  • Playing For Time
    1980
    Playing For Time

    To CBS Entertainment a Peabody Award for Playing For Time, the dramatic memoirs of an Auschwitz survivor. The story of how members of an all-woman...

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  • Sunday Morning: Vladimir Horowitz
    1986
    Sunday Morning: Vladimir Horowitz

    In April of 1986 world renowned pianist Vladimir Horowitz returned to his native Russia to perform at the Moscow Conservatory. This was his first visit...

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  • Universe
    1980
    Universe

    Universe, a CBS News magazine with Walter Cronkite, was a fresh addition to the 1980 summer schedule. The series explored subjects ranging from a study...

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  • Bill
    1981
    Bill

    A Peabody Award goes to CBS-TV and Alan Landsburg Productions for the heart-warming story of Bill. Based on the true story of a mentally retarded...

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  • 60 Minutes: Lenell Geter's in Jail
    1983
    60 Minutes: Lenell Geter's in Jail

    In 1982, Lenell Geter, a black engineer, was convicted for the armed robbery of a fast-food restaurant near Dallas, Texas, and sentenced to life imprisonment....

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  • George Washington
    1984
    George Washington

    Popular folklore would have us remember the first president of this country primarily for cherry trees and wooden teeth. This compelling production of George Washington...

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  • Do You Remember Love?
    1985
    Do You Remember Love?

    Recognition of exceptional quality has long been the credo of the Peabody Awards. This year, as members of the Peabody Board met to consider selections,...

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  • Complete 55th Annual Peabody Awards (May 6, 1996)

    Complete 55th Annual Peabody Awards (May 6, 1996)

    33 recipients of the 55th Annual Peabody Awards were presented with awards on May 6, 1996 at the Walforf=Astoria Hotel in New York City. The

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