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Pioneers of THIRTEEN – The ’70s – Bold and Fearless
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Air date: 01/31/2013

Pioneers of THIRTEEN The ’70s – Bold and Fearless

Airing Thursday, January 31, 2013 at 9 p.m. on THIRTEEN

 

Featured clips include:

·       The 51st State

  •  “Youth Gangs in the South Bronx”
  • The Adams Chronicles featuring Christopher Lloyd in his television debut
  • An American Family, with Lance Loud and other members of the Loud family
  • Banks and the Poor
  • Bill Moyers’ Journal
    • Conversation with Barbara Tuchman
    • Conversation with Henry Kissinger
    • Conversation with Walter Cronkite
    • “Essay on Watergate”
    • “Kent State: Struggle for Justice”
    • “Oregon Attitude”
    • “This Neighborhood is Obsolete”
    • Collisions starring Lily Tomlin
    • Dance in America
      • “Allegro Brillante,” New York City Ballet, choreographed by George Balanchine
      • “Appalachian Spring,” Martha Graham Dance Company
      • “Monkshood’s Farewell,” Pilobolus Dance Theater
      • “Serenade,” Martha Graham Dance Company
      • “The Steadfast Tin Soldier,” New York City Ballet, choreographed by George Balanchine
      • The Dick Cavett Show
        • Interviews with Woody Allen, Ingrid Bergman, Richard Burton, Julius Erving II (Dr. J), Sophia Loren, Marcello Mastroianni, Steven Spielberg, and Robin Williams
        • The Electric Company featuring Bill Cosby, Rita Moreno, and Morgan Freeman
        • Go Ride the Music
          •  “Somebody to Love” performed by The Jefferson Airplane
          • The Great American Dream Machine
            • “Albert Brooks’ Famous School for Comedians” with Albert Brooks and Penny Marshall
            • “Better Living Through Marshall Efron”
            • “Dolls Will Be Dolls with Marshall Efron”
            • “Investigative Report” with Paul Jacobs (previously unreleased footage)
            • “Opinion” with Andrew Rooney
            • “Singing Faces” with Chevy Chase and Ken Shapiro
            • “Sun City”
            • “Talkin’ with Terkel” with Studs Terkel
            • “The Ladies Who Lunch” performed by Elaine Stritch
            • “That’s The Way I’ve Always Heard It Should Be” with Carly Simon
            • “This is the House That Jack Built” by members of the Yale Repertory Theatre and featuring Henry Winkler
            •  “To Forgive, Divine” with Charles Grodin and Renée Taylor
            • Great Performances
              • “La Bohème” featuring Luciano Pavarotti
              • Leonard Bernstein conducting Mahler, “Symphony No. 5”
              • The MacNeil/Lehrer Report, weekly news and current affairs program hosted by Robert MacNeil and Jim Lehrer
              • Monty Python’s Flying Circus featuring John Cleese and Terry Jones
              • The Originals – Women in Art
                • “Alice Neel: Collector of Souls”
                • “Georgia O’Keeffe”
                • Realidades, public television’s first national bilingual Latino show
                • Sesame Street, featuring clips of Big Bird, Luis Rodriguez and Maria Figueroa
                • SOUL!
                  • “Ain’t Supposed to Die a Natural Death” performance and interview with writer Melvin Van Peebles
                  • “Alvin Ailey: Memories and Vision”
                    • “Cry” featuring Judith Jamison
                    • “Revelations” choreographed by Alvin Ailey
  • “Amampondo” performed by Miriam Makeba
  • “Didn’t I (Blow Your Mind This Time)” performed by The Delfonics
  • Interview with Muhammad Ali
  • Interview with Stokely Carmichael (aka Kwame Ture)
  • “Let My People Go” performed by Max Roach Quintet
  • “Nitty Gritty” performed by Gladys Knight
  • Performance by Amiri Baraka
  • “Superstition” performed by Stevie Wonder
  • “Tired of Being Along” performed by Al Green
  • Special Edition with correspondent Marilyn Berger
  • The TV Lab
    • “Cuba: The People” directed by Jon Alpert and Keiko Tsuno
    • “Four Songs” by Bill Viola
    • “Global Grove” by Nam June Paik
    • “Lord of the Universe” directed by David Loxton and featuring Abbie Hoffman
    • “Making Television Dance” by Twyla Tharp
    • “The Police Tapes” directed by Alan Raymond and Susan Raymond
    • “Present Tense” by Douglas Davis
    • “Spelling Lesson” with William Wegman and his dog Man Ray
    • “Suite 212” by Nam June Paik
    • “Third Avenue” directed by Jon Alpert and Keiko Tsuno
    • “Vietnam: Picking Up the Pieces” directed by Jon Alpert and Keiko Tsuno
    • Theater in America
      • “Eccentricities of a Nightingale” with Blythe Danner and Frank Langella
      • “Hogan’s Ghost” with Faye Dunaway
      • “June Moon” with Susan Sarandon
      • Shakespeare in the Park’s “King Lear” with James Earl Jones
      • “O Youth and Beauty” with Sigourney Weaver and Edward Herrmann
      • “The Trial of the Moke” with Samuel L. Jackson
      • “The Year of the Dragon” with George Takei
      • “Uncommon Women and Others” with Meryl Streep
      • VD Blues
        • Dr. Hook & The Medicine Show performing “Don’t Give a Dose to the One You Love Most”
        • Opening remarks by host Dick Cavett
        • Senate Hearings on Campaign Activities, featuring footage of the Watergate hearings, with Robert MacNeil and Jim Lehrer reporting
        • We Interrupt This Week featuring host Ned Sherrin and guests Gore Vidal and Jeff Greenfield
        • Welcome to the Fillmore East
          • “Dreams” performed by The Allman Brothers (previously unreleased footage)
          • “Jesus is Just Alright With Me” performed by The Byrds
          •  “These Dreams of You” performed by Van Morrison
          • Woman Alive!
            • “Nine to Five”

 

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