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The Women’s March in Washington, DC and many other cities was the latest in a string of eye-popping political events over the past year, springing up almost spontaneously from a Facebook post, and far exceeding any advance estimate of marchers.  Many have tried to interpret what this unusual event means, often asking, what was the issue for which they marched? What was the objective? What do they want to happen as a result?  

The march was often described in the press as “an anti-Trump rally.” I was there, and of course, I could not take off my qualitative researcher’s hat at this fascinating event. I believe this is an inadequate interpretation of the event. As a qualitative researcher, I was paying attention to the clues we would consider in interviews. As we researchers know, to understand deeply, we need to ask the right questions; listen to what they said, what they meant, and how they said it; pay attention to the context; and consider the related imagery. Those clues brought me to a very different conclusion.

First, asking the right questions and listening to how as well as what was said. When questions requiring a specific answer are posed, human beings tend to quickly land on a specific answer, usually an expected, “rational” answer. When media representatives asked point blank about what issues they were marching for, many marchers did point to a specific issue or concern, such as equal pay, reproductive rights, the right to healthcare, and climate change.

A better question, “why are you here?” elicited a very different response. The verbatim responses I heard over and over and over in the general conversation spoke to a much more visceral, gut level reaction to the current state of affairs and a sense of being irresistibly compelled to join in.  What was significant is that this question was seldom answered with an issue:

  • “The minute I heard of this, I knew I had to be a part of it.”
  • “I booked my reservations the day I heard of the march.”
  • “I have never been political. I have voted Democratic and Republican. I have never demonstrated or marched in my life. But when I heard about this I had to come. “
  • “I did not come with anyone.  I just came. I had to be here.”

Second, context. It is significant and extraordinary that these marches all developed so quickly and organically with virtually no leadership from individuals nor organizations until it was clear that the marches would be big enough to require some planning for logistics. The speakers, many very high-profile, were almost an afterthought – booked when it was already clear that this march was happening. This highly unusual grassroots development is proof positive that whatever the motivation was, it was extraordinarily compelling to cause so many people to invest significant time, and often expense, to participate.

Third, consider the imagery that marchers created to carry on their signs and to chant in their crowd calls. There was a LOT of female anatomy in pictures and words. Of course, everyone has heard about the “pussy hats” that many of the marchers wore (usually knitted by individuals specifically for the March, and resulting in a major run on pink yarn).  There were pictures and verbal references to all kinds of “lady parts” all over the place. To my researcher self, this suggests the perception that their fundamental femaleness is being threatened in some way.  

As a qualitative researcher, my conclusion is that this focus group – or rather, march – was not about any one issue, and was not organized to achieve a specified outcome, although of course, the marchers hope it will have an impact. Rather, it was an expression of a generalized but tremendously powerful sense among this group of people that something is very wrong, that their very foundation and essence is under attack, that something must be done, and that they are ready to step up. It was not so much about a specific desired outcome as much as it was about launching a new movement.  

Media coverage of the March focusing on those diverse – and obvious – issues missed or minimized the important point that the right qualitative research could uncover: this energy goes beyond a particular politician, and has the potential to bend the arc of current events. Moreover, there is something going on with women specifically that is giving them the incentive to participate in the political discourse in ways they have not before, or at least in a very long time.  We will see if the Marchers of January 21 will organize and focus on specific and effective actions going forward, but future planned women’s activities and the leadership of women in objections to the recent Immigration Executive Order give evidence to my interpretation.

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Series Titles

All of the series that we know were distributed by NET are listed here, with as much information about their production as we have gathered so far, including episode titles when known. If you have any additional information about these series, have copies of these series in your collection, or know of any other series distrbuted by NET, please contact Sadie Roosa at sadie_roosa@wgbh.org.

Aaron Copland: Music in the Twenties: produced by WGBH in 1965 and originally shot on videotape in black and white. This series consists of 12 half-hour episodes: Background 1910-1919; Paris: Les Six; Jazz and Jazz Influence; Neo-Classicism; Central Europe: 12-Tone Revolution; New Movements in Opera; Nationalism: European Style; Nationalism: New World Style; New Faces; American Music in the 20s; Experimental Attitudes. Part 1; Experimental Attitudes. Part 2.
About Ceramics: produced by WGTV in 1962 and originally shot on videotape in color. This series consists of 6 half-hour episodes: Clay: Fountainhead of the Potter's Art; Forms: Product of Man and Material; Forms: Need They Be Round; Ornament: Clothing for Ceramic Forms; Glass: Sister Material of Clay; The World of Today's Potter.
About People: produced by WTTW in 1963 and originally shot on videotape in color. This series consists of 10 half-hour episodes: What is Normal; Adolescence; Aging; Being in Love; Marriage Problems; The Council of Fear; Guilt Feelings; Emotional Illness; Psychoanalysis; The Newcomers.
Action at Law: produced by KETC in 1958 and originally shot on kinescope in color. This series consists of 5 half-hour episodes: The Accident; The Witnesses to the Accident; Preparing for the Trial; Trial: Case for the Plaintiff; Trial: Case for the Defendant.
Adventures in Moving: This series consists of 12 episodes: Balance; Broad Jumping; Catching; Catching and Landing; Endurance Running; Falling; High Jumping; Jumping and Balancing; Speed Running & Throwing; Striking; Swimming; Throwing.
Adventures in Numbers and Space: This series consists of 7 episodes.
Adventures in the Arts: This series consists of 4 half-hour episodes.
Adventures of Danny Dee: produced by Cinema-Vue Corporation in 1960 and originally shot on film. This series consists of 40 half-hour episodes: Giants of Gandor; The Egyptian aka Dinosaur Baths of Egypt; The Other Side of the Moon; A Million Years Ago; Stuporman; Pancake's Box; Muffin, Waffle and Tart; Magic Paintbrush.
Adventures of Sir Upton: This series consists of 6 episodes: Banner; Blacksmith; Wizard; Tournament; Tower; Dragon.
Adventures of Tom Sawyer: This series consists of 7 episodes.
Adventuring in the Hand Arts: produced by NBC-ETRC and the Girl Scouts in 1958. This series consists of 10 half-hour episodes: Hands of Man: Adventuring in Pottery; Weaving and Man's Dress; Basketry and Adaptability; Ornaments and Beauty; Masks and Imagination; Music and Musical Instruments; Dolls, Puppets and Diversion; Woodcarving and Artistic Expression; Design and Environment; Leathercraft and Summing Up.
African Writers of Today: produced by NET in collaboration with the Transcription Center, London in 1964 and originally shot on film. This series consists of 6 half-hour episodes: Walter Allen, Amos Tutuola, Ulli Beier; David Rubadiri, Leopold Sedar Senghor, Bernard Fonlon, Wole Soyinka; Ezekiel Mphahlele; Chinua Achebe; William Abraham; David Rubadiri.
After Hours: This series consists of 29 hour-long episodes.
An Age of Kings: produced by BBC in 1961. This series consists of 15 seventy-five to ninety minute episodes: The Hollow Crown; The Deposing of a King; Rebellion from the North; The Road to Shrewsbury; The New Conspiracy; Uneasy Lies the Head; Signs of War; The Band of Brothers; The Red Rose and the White; The Fall of a Protector; The Rabble from Kent; The Morning's War; The Sun in Splendor; The Dangerous Brother; The Boar Hunt.
Age of Overkill: produced by WGBH in 1961 and originally shot on videotape. This series consists of 13 half-hour episodes: Converting Waste Water to Tap Water; New Weapons in the World; The Delicate Balance of Terror; Imperialism, Old and New; Two Worlds and the Neutrals; Communism as a Grand Design; The Politwar; Identity Revolutions; The Undeveloped World; Great Leaders in a Great Time; Power Elite and Creative Elite; Beyond Power - To What?; A Collection of World Will; Death Urge or Life Force.
Age of Science (title still under review)
Agricultural Policy seeNational Agricultural Policy
Alaska: The New Frontier: produced by KCTA in 1961 and originally shot on film. This series consists of 6 half-hour episodes: Modern Alaska; Old Alaska; Problem of Statehood; Native Alaska; Alaska: The Land of the Newcomer and the Tourist; Strategic Alaska.
Alexander Schreiner at the Tabernacle Organ: produced by KUED in 1960 and originally shot on kinescope. This series consists of 3 half-hour episodes: A Program of Fugues; Romantic Composers; French Composers.
All About Animals: This series consists of 9 episodes.
All American Wants to Know (title still under review)
Almanac: produced by KETC in 1958 and originally shot on kinescope. This series consists of 9 fifteen-minute episodes: Wildlife Photography; Prairie Chickens; Bobwhite Quail; Whose Land; Predators; Land Needs Wildlife; Ancient Wildlife; Cottontail Rabbit; The Meaning of Nature.
America in the Making: produced by New York University and WCBS in 1958 and originally shot on kinescope. This series consists of 26 half-hour episodes: In the Beginning: The Transplantation; Necessary Adaptation: The Roots Go Down; Woman's Role in Early America; The Sacred Cod; The First American Millionaires; The Early American Craftsman; Demons and Little Men; Family Traditions and Freedoms; Highways to Independence; The Cosmopolitan Characters of the Colonies; Where Does the South Begin?; The Handyman; The Patriots; Colonial Boston; The Call to Arms; England Views the Revolution; France and the Revolution; George Washington: Man and Myth; The Bill of Rights; New Frontiers: Science and Inventions; Nationalism: The Young Giant Stirs; Urban Ways; Pastimes in Young America; The Search for the Capital; American Tastes; What Does Our Heritage Mean Today?.
America Looks Abroad: produced by WTTW in 1957 and originally shot on kinescope. This series consists of 24 half-hour episodes: Africa: Colonialism; Africa: West Africa; Africa: East Africa; Africa: The Belgian Congo; Africa: South Africa; Africa: North Africa; Across these Borders: International Exchange; Across these Borders: NATO; Across these Borders: European Federation; Across these Borders: The Afro-Asian Bloc; Across these Borders: The Colombo Plan; Training of a Diplomat; Foreign Policy in Congress; Military Diplomacy; Role of Labor in World Affairs; Yankee Insider Abroad; Propaganda in Making Foreign Policy; Organization of American States; Caribbean Federation; Puerto Rico; Freedom of the Press in Latin America; Guatemala; Brazil; Argentina.
America's Crises: produced by WGBH and various other producers in 1964 and originally shot on on film and videotape. This series consists of 19 hour-long episodes: The Young Americans; The Parents; The Individual; The Community; The Hardway; Marked for Failure; Education: Child of the Future; Education: Semester of Discontent; Education: The Teacher Gap; Trouble in the Family; The Religious Revolution and the Void; The Emotional Dilemma; Old Age Part 1: The Wasted Years; Old Age Part 2: Out of Sight and Mind; The Rise of the New Towns; Crimes in the Streets; The Troubled Cities; Cities and the Poor. Part 1; Cities and the Poor. Part 2.
America's Town Meeting of the Air: produced by Town Hall Inc in 1956 and 1959. This series consists of at least 2 episodes: Labor Today; For Our Best Interests: Public or Private Power?.
America's Waterways: This series consists of at least 2 episodes.
American Album: produced by the Ford Foundation's TV-Radio Workshop in 1956 and originally shot on film. This series consists of 15 half-hour episodes: Lincoln: The End and the Beginning; Lincoln: Nancy Hanks; Lincoln: Growing Up; Lincoln: New Salem; Lincoln: Ann Rutledge; Children of the UN and The Adam House; The Excursion House; The Dagger and Two Masters for One Valet; The Sea of Winslow Homer and Raymond Lowey; A Maine Lobserman and Tugboat Captain; William Faulkner and Country Edition; Jury Duty and Boyhoods: Joseph N. Welch; Kent Bells and Boyhoods: Harry Emerson Fosdick; Old Time Aviation and Boyhoods: Captain John M. Ellicott; Toby and the Tall Corn.
American Art Today: produced by Hofstra College in coopertation with WOR-TV in 1956 and originally shot on kinescope. This series consists of 13 half-hour episodes: Sources of American Art Today; Sociological-Political-Moral Influence on American Art; Influence of Science on American Art; Realism; Classicism; Romanticism; Expressionism; Mysticism; Abstract Art. Part 1; Abstract Art. Part 2; Style and Technique; Subject Matter and Content; What the Future Holds.
American Assembly for Advancement of Science 1970: produced in 1970. This series consists of 4 episodes: Human Behavior; Environment; Science; From Gene to Man.
American Business System: produced by Arthur Lodge Productions, Inc. in 1963 and originally shot on videotape. This series consists of 10 half-hour episodes: The Role of the Market; How it Evolved; Technological Development; The Nation's Resources; The Challenge of Management; Production and Marketing; Financial Management; The Market and the Individual; Government and the Market; Economic Growth; What is Government?.
The American Economy: produced by the Learning Resource Institute in 1962 and originally shot on videotape. This series consists of 29 hour-long episodes: Sketch of the US Economic Development; How Money Expands and Contracts; Aids to the Consumer and Consumer Co-ops.
American Government: The Pursuit of Happiness: This series consists of 8 episodes: What is Government?; The Vice Presidency.
American Issues: produced by WGBH in 1958 and originally shot on kinescope. This series consists of 18 half-hour episodes: Will American Local Government Survive? Part 1 and 2; What's Happening to Our Rights? Part 1 and 2; How Shall America Confront Communism? Part 1 and 2; How Shall America Handle Foreign Aid? Part 1 and 2; How Shall America Maintain Economic Stability? Part 1 and 2; How Shall America be Taxed? Part 1 and 2; How Shall America Pay for Education? Part 1 and 2; How Shall We Get the Leaders America Needs? Part 1 and 2; The Future of Citizenship. Part 1 and 2.
American Memoir: produced by WTTW in 1961. This series consists of 12 half-hour episodes: Culture for the Millions; Everybody's Dream House; Adland Revisited; Best Sellers Since 1900; How Historical is History; Success Story: The Business Man as Hero; Sixty Years of Magazines; The Hero in the Twentieth Century; The Movies; The Automotive American; Radio; Sixty Years of Satire.
The American Mind: produced by WYES in 1960 and originally shot on videotape. This series consists of 12 half-hour episodes: The Puritan Mind; Sinners in the Hand of an Angry God; Mind and Matter in Colonial America; Poor Richard's Philosophy; The Federalists and Their Foes; Philosopher-President; The Cast Iron Southerner; The Young Republic; Prophet Out of Concord. Part 1 and 2; The Sage of Walden Pond; Of the People, for the People.
American Perspective: produced by KQED in 1960-1961. This series consists of 19 half-hour episodes: Image of Europe; The Puritan Abroad; Innocents Abroad; The International American Girl; Portrait of a Lady. Part 1; Portrait of a Lady. Part 2; Innocence Abroad; Tender is the Night; Images of America; The Capri Letters; The Quiet American and the Ugly American; The American Hero, from James Fenimore to Gary Cooper; The Hero as a Warrior: John Dos Passos; The Hero as a Warrior: Ernest Hemingway; The Hero as a Warrior: A Farewell to Arms; The Hero as a Warrior: Norman Mailer; The Hero as a Warrior: John Hornw Burns; The Angry Young Man and the Beatnik; Conclusion.
American Political Parties: This series consists of 13 episodes: The Nature and Functions of Political Parties; Features of American Political Parties; Political Parties in Foreign Countries; Party Organization; Nomination of Candidates; Presidential Nominations; Campaign Strategies; Financing Party Campaigns; Parties and Our System of Election; Parties and Voting Behavior; Parties in the Government; Parties and Interest Groups; Should We Reform Our Parties?.
American Politics: produced by KETC in 1960 and originally shot on kinescope. This series consists of 15 half-hour episodes: Introduction; The Pestilence of Factions; A Party is to Elect; A Body of Men United; Let the People Rule; The Smoke-filled Room and Mr. Throttlebottom; The Batting Average; The Unterrified Democract and the Grand Old Party; Politics Stop at the Water's Edge; Millions for Defense; Liberty and Justice for All; Less Corn and More Hell; Rivers to the Ocean Run; An Honest Day's Work for an Honest Day's Pay; Our Federal Union.
Americans at Work: This series consists of 3 episodes: Press; Glass; Musicians.
Anatomy of a Hit: produced by KQED in 1964 and originally shot on film. This series consists of 3 half-hour episodes: The Serendipity Groove; We're Getting Action; Little Man, What Now?.
Anatomy of a Revolution: produced by WGBH in 1961 and originally shot on videotape. This series consists of 15 half-hour episodes: Varieties of Revolution; The Antecedents of Revolution; The Role of the Intellectuals; The Beginnings of Actual Revolution; The Struggle Between Moderate and Immoderate Revolution; Dual Sovereignty and the Progress of Revolution; The Reigns of Terror and Virtue; The Reigns of Terror and Virtue of Social Life; Explanations of the Reigns of Terror and Virtue; Types of Revolutionaries. Part 1; Types of Revolutionaries. Part 2; The Beginning of the End; Russia: Permanent Revolution?; The Achievements of Revolution; Some Other Representative Revolutions.
Animals of the Seashore: produced by KCTS in 1959. This series consists of 15 half-hour episodes: The Seashore: Its Features and Inhabitants; Animals of the Exposed Rocky Beach; Animals of the Exposed Sandy Beach; Animals of the Protected Rocky Beach; Animals of the Protected Sandy Beach; Animals of the Muddy Beach; The Molding and Nature of the Shore; Animals of Ships, Floats, and Piles; Animals in Deep Water; Plankton; Animal Associates; Embryology; The Classification of Marine Animals; Economic Aspects of the Shore; Basic Research in Marine Biology.
Apollo seeNET Apollo
Arab Ferment: produced by TV Reporters International, Ltd in 1964 and originally shot on film. This series consists of 3 half-hour episodes: Palestine: A Land Apart; Egypt: A Land Awakened; Saudi Arabia: A Land Awakening.
The Arab World seeCrossroads of the World
Archaeology and the Bible: produced by WCET in 1960 and originally shot on videotape. This series consists of 10 half-hour episodes: Relationship of Archeology and the Bible; Importance of Pottery Identification; King Soloman's Copper Mines; King Soloman's Seaports; Edom, Moab and Gilead; The Civilization of the Nabataens; Mountain Streams and Valley Cities; The Beginning; Heartland of Conscience; The Cross and the Candelabra.
Arms Control: produced by New York University in 1962 and originally shot on film and kinescope. This series consists of 4 half-hour episodes.
Art and Man: produced by Radiodiffusion Television Francaise and NET in 1964 and originally shot on film and videotape. This series consists of 12 hour-long episodes: Italy: Two Italian Realist Painters; Alsace: The Merging of Two Cultures; The Quercy: Romanesque Art in South Central France; Germany: The Obsession with Death; Amsterdam Travel Diary; Mantegna; Alexander Calder: Engineer in Space; French 19th Century Painters; Daniel Henre Kahnweiler; Chess Games with Marcel Duchamp; A Restless Peru, or The New Inca; New York Travel Diary, or A Frenchman Loose in Manhattan.
Art in Living: produced by WUNC in 1957 and originally shot on kinescope. This series consists of 13 half-hour episodes: The Art Impulse; Communication in Art; Symbolism and the Image; The Social Aspects of Design; Basis of Structure; Space: The Basic Element; Perspective and Space Systems; Space Systems of Oriental Art; Space and Composition in Modern Painting; Art: Another World; Art and Science; Art Today; Conclusion: Nature the Source of Man's Ideas.
The Art of Seeing: produced by WNDT in 1962 and originally shot on videotape in black and white. This series consists of 4 half-hour episodes: Sign and Insight; The Decisive Moment; Stretching the Moment; Beyond Reality.
The Art of Singing: produced by WSMB in 1962 and originally shot on videotape. This series consists of 4 half-hour episodes: Basic Physical Facts: Explanations and Demonstrations; Interpretation and Expression: A Study of Classical Arias with a Young Student; Interpretation and Expression: A Study of Romantic Excerpts with a Young Performer; A Story of Song Interpretation from Manuscript to the Concert Stage.
The Art of the Theatre: produced by KUON in 1957 and originally shot on film. This series consists of 12 half-hour episodes: The Theatre: A Fine Art; Auditorium and Stage: The Medium for Illusions; Stage and Backstage: Space for Illusion; The Play: Idea for Illusion; The Actor: Character Creation for Illusion; Dialogue: Speaking for Illusion; Movement and Gesture: Action for Illusion; Color and Cloth: Costumes for Illusion; Highlight and Shadow: Makeup for Illusion; Scenic Styles: Design for Illusion; Spots and Floods: Light for Illusion; Music and Effects: Sound for Illusion.
Artists at Work (title still under review)
Artists in America: This series consists of 13 episodes: Peter Alexander; Roberta Flack; James Salter; Jules Feiffer; Howard Jones; Sam "Lightnin'" Hopkins; Robert Erickson; Barbara Linden; Jerry McNeely; Mary Pritchard; Charles Biederman; Samoa; V. Heino.
Arts and Artists: Great Britain: produced by BBC in 1959. This series consists of 10 episodes: Walter Sickert; Black on White; John Piper; The Wallace Collection; English Lakes; Cookham Village; War and Peace; The English Country Church; Henry Moore; Lowry and Butler.
The Arts and the Gods: produced by the Metropolitan Museum of Art in 1958. This series consists of 10 half-hour episodes: The Gods Are Born; Athena and Aphrodite; Apollo and Artemis; Death and the Brides; The Trojan War; The Odyssey; Perseus; Herakles; Theseus; The Classical Heritage.
Arts and the University: This series consists of 4 episodes: Art Student: New Man on Campus; Art Teacher; Graphic Arts; Architects in Training.
The Arts Around Us: produced by WOR-TV in 1957 and originally shot on videotape and kinescope. This series consists of 13 half-hour episodes: What is Art?; Elements of Art; Art as Order; Art as Communication; Nature of Creativity. Part 1 and 2; The Role of the Artist in Society; Role of the Critic in the Arts; You, the Beholder; Changing Styles in Art; Art Today; Are You and Artist? Part 1 and 2.
Arts Project: This series consists of 20-21 episodes: This City is Milwaukee; Vic and Tad: A Moving Portrait; Degrazia.
As Fairs Go: produced by WNDT in 1964 and originally shot on videotape. This series consists of 3 half-hour episodes: The Time of a Fair; Two for the Show; Anatomy of a Fair.
Asia in Ferment: produced by Cine-Video Productions in 1956 and originally shot on videotape. This series consists of 11 half-hour episodes.
Astronomy for You: produced by META in 1959 and originally shot on kinescope. This series consists of 13 half-hour episodes: The Small Planets; The Giant Planets; The Earth in Space; The Moon; Minor Members of the Solar System; The Sun; How Time and Distance are Measured; Fingerprints of the Stars; Star Gazing; The Nature of the Stars; Nebulae and Clusters; Our Milky Way Galaxy; Galaxies and the Universe.
At Home with your Child: produced by WQED in 1956 and originally shot on kinescope. This series consists of 12 half-hour episodes: Preparing the Home for the Baby; The New Baby Comes Home; Baby Gets a Bath; Making a Formula; Mother Takes a Night Out; Baby Visits His Doctor; Baby Graduates to the High Chair; Baby Sits Up and Learns to Crawl; Baby's First Steps; The Toddler; Playmates; Getting Johnny Ready for School.
At Issue: an anthology series focused on news and public affairs, with episodes from various producers. More information about individual episodes.
The Atom: produced by KQED in 1958 and originally shot on film. This series consists of 3 half-hour episodes: How Big are Atoms?; What Makes Atoms Stick Together?; Why are Atoms Unpredictable?.
Atomic Age Physics: This series consists of 48 episodes.
Atomic Energy Commission Films: produced by the Atomic Energy Commission in 1958 and originally shot on film. This series consists of 14 fifteen to forty-five minute episodes: A is for Atom; Atomic Research; Nuclear Reactors for Research; Petrified River; Production of Uranium Feed Materials; Power and Promise; Industrial Application of Radioisotopes; Living with the Atom; Living with Radiation; Fire Fighting in the Nuclear Age; Gas-Cooled Reactor Equipment; The Atom Comes to Town; Nuclear Reactors for Space; Our Nearest Star.
Atomic Energy Films: produced by the Atomic Energy Commission in 1962 and originally shot on film. This series consists of 6 ten to thirty minute episodes: Atoms for Space; Atomic Weatherman: Strontium-9 Isotope Applications; Basic Principles of Power Reactors; Opportunity Unlimited: Friendly Atoms in Industry; Roundup; The Story of Camp Century: City Under the Ice;.
Atomic Primer: produced by WTTW in 1958 and originally shot on kinescope. This series consists of 13 half-hour episodes: In the Beginning; The Expanding Atom; Einstein Predicts the Bomb; The Great Secret; The Sun Explodes on Earth; From Bomb to Hospital; From Bomb to Power Plant; From Bomb to Laboratory; From Bomb to Farm; The Atom and Space; From Bomb to Factory; The Next Step; The Way Ahead.
Auto Mechanics: produced by WENH in 1967 and originally shot in color. This series consists of 20 half-hour episodes: Engine Ignition System; Automotice Fuel System; Engine Cooling System; Application and Review; Wheel Alignment and Balance; Brake System; Engine Electric Starting System; Engine Lubrication System; Automotive Accessories; Small Engines; Engine Tune Up. Part 1; Engine Tune Up. Part 2; Generator and Regulator. Part 1; Generator and Regulator. Part 2; The Alternator; Starting Systems; The Clutch and Transmission; Automatic Transmission; Used Car Tips; Safety.
Ballets de France: produced by March of Time in 1955. This series consists of 26 fifteen-minute episodes: Sleeping Beauty; Night and Day; A Country Girl in Paris; The Holiday; The Beehive; Night Music; Nymphs of Versailles; Dance Madness; The Degas Ballerina; The Hypochondriac; The Little Match Girl; The Rehearsal; The Swan Song. Part 1; The Swan Song. Part 2; The Toys; The Mysterious Fatima; Dream of Love; Quartetto; The Masquerade; The Wedding; The Bohemians; The Girl and the Minstrel. Part 1; The Girl and the Minstrel. Part 2; The Bourgeois Gentleman; Haydn Ballet. Part 1; Haydn Ballet. Part 2.
Basic Issues of Man: produced by WGTV in 1963 and originally shot on film. This series consists of 12 half-hour episodes: The Nature of Man; Final Thaw; Sometimes Harmonius, Sometimes Not; Step by Step; A Political Animal; Public Hearing; Composition in Three Parts; Pegasus Without Wings; Return of Prometheus; There Be Dragons; The Sentences is Life; The Golden City.
Beberman Math: This series consists of 20 episodes: Adding Real Numbers; Operations And Inverses; Subtracting Real Numbers; Distributive Principles; Princ.of Arith/Real Numbers; Comparing Numbers; Prelude To Deduction; Algebraic Manipulation 1; Concept Of Subset; Sentences, Roots, Etc.; Equivalent Equations; Transformation Principles; Solving Word Problems.
Before there was a USA: produced by KETC in 1955 and originally shot on kinescope. This series consists of 12 half-hour episodes: How There Happened to Be American History; The First Immigrants to America; The Spaniards Hit the Jackpot; Spain's Rivals Muscle In; Englishmen Found an Empire; Wooden Shoes on the Hudson; From Fish to Furs in the North; Padres, Coureurs-de-Bois and Backwoodsmen; The Contest for North America; How Not to Run an Empire; These United Colonies; The Legacy of the Colonial Centuries.
Beginnings: produced by WTTW in 1960 and originally shot on videotape in black and white. This series consists of 13 half-hour episodes: Sir Edward Hillary, Mountaineer; Wilton Krogman, Anthropologist; Merle Curtis, Historian; Yousef Karsh, Photographer; Raymond Loewy, Designer; Dr. Will Menninger, Psychiatrist; Ralph Uhlveling, Librarian; Dr. Charles Best, Discoverver of Insulin; Dr. Hollis Caswell, College President and Educator; Dr. Roger Revelle, Oceanographer; Edward Espenshade, Jr., Cartographer; Forest Evashevski, Football Coach; Amy Vanderbilt, Journalist.
Behind the Lines: originally shot in color. This series consists of at least 73 half-hour episodes: Dan Hicks; The Snoop Scoop; Dan Rathers, CBS-TV; Election Special; Top Foreign Journalists; Death of Life Magazine; Philadelphia Mayor Frank Rizzo; Three News Segments; The Whitten Wrinkle; Lightman vs. Maryland; Broadcasting and the First Amendment; The Press and the Presidency; The Ins and Outs of Wounded Knee; Petition to Deny; Capital Punishment; Profiles of Penthouse Magazine and the Amsterdam News; Stage Right; Access: Luce; Energy; The Adversaries: Press And Government; How Do You Regulate a Free Press?; Back Pack War; Rocky, The Press, and the Post-Watergate Morality; Unplugging the Electronic Presidency; Is the Press Too Powerful?: Pat Buchanan and Anthony Lewis; A Question of National Security; The Anchormen; Fair or Foul?; Public Enemy Number One; Cloaks and Daggers; Dollars and Sense; The Distaffers; Picking a Winner; The Press Jester; Watching the Press; Critics on Criticism; Crisis Reporting in the Middle East; The Sub, the CIA and the Press; Checkbook Journalism: Haldeman on CBS; Whatever Happened to Front-page Journalism; An Interview with Hunter S. Thompson at Aspen; A Western View of the Eastern Establishment Press; David Halpestam and Walter Lippman; Jimmy Breslin; Daniel Schorr; William Colby; Jules Feiffer; Philadelphia Enquirer; William Safire; Michael Arlen; Woodward and Bernstein; Anthony Lewis; Charlene Hunter; Nebraska Gags; Jerome Wilson.
Beyond the Earth: produced by the University of Southern California in corportation with KNXT in 1963 and originally shot on videotape. This series consists of 25 half-hour episodes: Introduction; The Solar System; Planetary Motion Through Kepler; Applications of Gravitational Theory; Planetary Motion Through Newton; The Earth’s Revolution and Its Consequences; Reflecting and Radio Telescopes; Spectroscopes and Spectrum Analysis; Radial Velocity; The Moon and Its Phases; The Moon’s Rotation and Surface Features; Lunar Eclipses; The Inner Planets; Mars; The Jovian Planets and Pluto; Comets and Meteors; The Sun and Its Energy; The Solar Surface; Stellar Brightness and Distance ;How Stars Compare; Variable Stars; The Structure of the Galaxy; The Motion of the Stars; Beyond the Galaxy; Life in the Universe.
Biblical Masterpieces: produced by KUNC in 1961 and originally shot on kinescope. This series consists of 13 half-hour episodes: The Creation Epic; The Psalm Narrative; The Ode of Deborah; The Elisha Cycle; The Book of Hosea; The Book of Nahum; The Book of Obadiah; Psalm 139; The Song of Songs; The Book of Ecclesiastes; The Book of Esther; The Temptation Story; The Letter to Philemon.
The Big Count: produced by WTTW in 1960. This series consists of 9 half-hour episodes: Role Call, USA; Data for Decision; Measure of a Nation; The Population Explosion; Who We are; How We Make a Living; How We Live; Urbanization; The World View.
Biology: This series consists of 20 episodes.
Black Journal: produced by WNET in 1968-1977 and originally shot on film in color. This series consists of more than 70 hour-long episodes: Moon Walk; Justice?; Guyana: Nation Building; Digging for Black Pride; Is Sweetback Really Sweet?; Genocide; The Black Pimp; Blackonomics; The Black Psychics; Take Back Your Mind. Part 1 and 2; Ministers for Black Souls; Black Paper on White Racism. Part 1 and 2; Soul Saving Station; Learn, Baby, Learn; The Search for Frederick Douglass; Black Has Always Been Beautiful; Is it Too Late?; The Young Black Lawyers; You Killed Malcolm?; A Trinidad Folk Tale: Ti-Jean and His Brothers; Reading', Riting', and Rithmetic, Inc. Part 1 and 2; The Black Political Convention. Part 1 and 2; Beatin' Pan; An Evaluation of Martin Luther King. Part 1 and 2; Ennis; Kareem; The Black Cop. Part 1 and 2; The Making of a Special; Introducing Hank Johnson; Don't Play Us Cheap; African Liberation Day; Interview with Angela Davis; Liberation Day Parade; The Tuskegee Study: A Human Experiment.
Books and Ideas: produced by Syracuse University in 1956 and originally shot on kinescope in black and white. This series consists of 20 half-hour episodes: The Big Woods by William Faulkner; The Witness by Whittaker Chambers; Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain; The Age of Reform by Richard Hofstadter; The Book of Ecclesiastes; The Ox-bow Incident by Walter van Tilburg Clark; The Study of History by Arnold Toynbee; Old Man and the Sea by Ernest Hemingway; The Trees by Conrad Richter; The Nine Tailors by Dorothy Sayers; World Enough and Time by Robert Penn Warren; Conservatism in America by Clinton Rossiter; Beyond the High Himalayas by Williams O. Douglas; The Red and the Black by Stendhal; Benjamin Franklin by Carl van Doren; Great River by Paul Horgan; Art and Life in America by Oliver Larkin; Poems by Emily Dickinson; The Plague by Albert Camus; The Life of James Madison by Irving Brant.
Boston Symphony: produced by WGBH in 1958. This series consists of 6 episodes.
Brogan on America seeDenis W. Brogan on America
Buckskin Bob: produced by KQED in 1956 and originally shot on kinescope. This series consists of 39 half-hour episodes: A Lost Son; The Lucky Viking; They Wouldn't Believe Me; A Round World; Mutiny at Sea; The Mysterious Fountain; Coronado; Cliff Dwellers; Hopi Indians; Mystery of Roanoke; French Explorer on the Great Lakes; The Disappearance of LaSalle's Ship; Adventures in Jamestown; In the Beginning; Ancient Rivals; Fishing at Cape Cod; The British March; City of Brotherly Love; A Tea Party; Hang a Lantern Aloft; The Battle at Monmouth; Back Country War; March of Science; New England Treat; A Great First Lady; Moving Westward; The Battle of New Orleans; Visit to a Cotton Plantation; Jed Smith; Jim Bridger; John Sutter.
Buddhism: This series consists of 3 episodes: In Japan; In Thailand; In Tibet.
Camera on Washington: produced by NBC and NET in 1958. This series consists of 10 half-hour episodes: The Department of State; United States Information Agency; Department of Defense; National Bureau of Standards; National Institutes of Health; Treasury Department; Civil Aeronautics Administration; Department of Agriculture; US Weather Bureau; The Presidency.
Casals Master Class: produced by Nathan Kroll in 1961 and originally shot on 35mm film that was reduced to 16mm film. This series consists of 25 half-hour episodes: Brahms Sonata No. 1; Haydn Concerto in D; Bach Suite No. 4; Beethoven Sonata No. 3; Brahms Sonata No. 1; Bach Suites No. 1 and 3; Beethoven Sonata No. 5; Boccherini Concerto in B; Bach Suite No. 1 in G Minor; Bach Sonata No. 3; Beethoven Sonata No. 2 in G Minor; Bach Suite No. 3; Saint Saens Concerto No. 1; Bach Suite No. 3; Bach Suite No. 5 and Beethoven Sonata No. 2; Haydn Concerto in D and Boccherini Concerto in A; Dvorak Concerto in B; Beethoven Sonata No. 4; Beethoven Sonata No. 5; Boccherini Concerto in B; Bach Sonata No. 3 in G Minor; Bach Suite No. 3; Beethoven Sonata No. 4; Bach Sonata No. 2 in D Major; Brahms Sonata No. 2.
The Causes of War and Conditions of Peace: produced by WOI-TV in 1959 and originally shot on kinescope. This series consists of 3 half-hour episodes: The Nature of War; This Shrinking World; Economics and Population in World Affairs.
Challenge: produced by Ross-McElroy in 1962 and originally shot on videotape. This series consists of 22 half-hour episodes: Invisible Bullets; Working with Radiation; Searching for the Ultimate; Atomic Furnaces; Radiation and Population; Time: The Surest Poison; The Immune Response; Building Blocks of Life; The Living Solid; Tracing Air-Borne Radioactivity; Tracing Living Cells; The Art of Separation; Foundation for the Future; The Alchemist's Dream; Harnessing the Rainbow; A Chemical Somersault; Down on the Farm; Testing for Tomorrow; The Fuel of the Future; Machines that Think; Microscope for the Unknown; Breeder in the Desert.
The Challenge of Foreign Policy: produced by the University of Michigan in 1955 and originally shot on kinescope. This series consists of 13 half-hour episodes: Russia: How Stable is Her Political Leadership? How Strong is her Military Power?; How Strong are Russia's Industry and Agriculture?; What are the Russian People Life? How Do They Live?; How Strong is Communist China?; What are the International Intensions of Red China? And What About Chiang Kai-shek?; Why is Japan of Grave Importance to the United States?; Why is it Important to the United States that There Should be Security in Southeast Asia?; Is it Likely that All of the Indo-China Will Soon be Communist?; Can the United States and India Work Toward Mutual Goals?; What is Our Concern in the Middle East; What is the Nature of United States Interest in the Future of Germany; How Valuable is France as an Ally of the United States?; In the Realm of Foreign Policy, Do the United States and England Really Speak the Same Language?.
The Challenge to American Education (title still under review)
Championship Debate: produced by WTTW in 1964 and originally shot on videotape. This series consists of 7 half-hour episodes: Quarter-final Round 1: Missouri vs. Minnesota; Quarter-final Round 2: South Carolina vs. Northeastern; Quarter-final Round 3: Georgetown vs. Harvard; Quarter-final Round 4: Redlands vs. US Pacific; Semi-final Round 1: Northeastern vs. Minnesota; Semi-final Round 2: Georgetown vs. US Pacific; Finals.
The Changing Congress: produced by NET in 1965 and originally shot on videotape. This series consists of 9 half-hour episodes: A House Divided; The Senate Life; The Rules of the Game; The Art of Probing; Our Man in Washington; Pressures and Persuasion; Foreign Policy: Whose Affair?; From the White House to the Hill; The Ethics and the Image.
Changing World: produced by various producers in 1964-1966 and originally shot on film and videotape. This series consists of 13 hour-long episodes: Brazil: The Take-off Point; The View from Europe; China: The 700 Million; The Count Down Under; Three Faces of Cuba; Southeast Asia: The Other War; South African Essay, Part 1: Fruit of Fear; South African Essay, Part 2: One Nation, Two Nationalisms; The Face of Russia; Poland: Communism's New Look; Tanzania: The Quiet Revolution; Venezuela: Last Chance for Democracy; The Food Crisis.
Chemical World of Man: produced by KQED and the American Chemical Society in 1968 and originally shot on videotape. This series consists of 5 half-hour episodes: The Chemistry of Life; Molecules and Medicine; A Breath of Fresh Air; Water, Water, Everywhere; Science, Politics and Money.
Chez Mimi: produced by WKAR in 1954 and originally shot on videotape. This series consists of 13 fifteen-minute episodes: Je Vous En Prie; A La Maison; Au Jardin.
Chicago Festival: produced by WTTE in 1970 and originally shot on videotape. This series consists of 6 half-hour episodes: Young Chicago Filmmakers: Tom Palazzolo; Kim Martell; Red Garter Banjo Band; Blues Every Day; University of Illinois Jazz Band; Nicolas Constantinidis, Pianist.
Chicago Jazz: originally shot on videotape. This series consists of 4 half-hour episodes.
Child Beyond: produced by the University of Texas in 1957 and originally shot on film. This series consists of 13 half-hour episodes: Who is the Exceptional Child; Impact of Such a Child on the Family; Impact of Family Attitudes Upon the Child; Social Adjustment of the Child; Seeking Help for the Child; The Gifted Child; Therapy for the Exceptional Child; The Child and the School; The Emotionally-disturbed Child; Institutionalization; Development of Community Resources for Exceptional Children; Personnel Recruitment and Training; The Child and His Goals.
Children at the UN: This series consists of 5 episodes: V.I.P. Tours; Interpreters; Reporting.
Children Growing: produced in 1959. This series consists of 39 half-hour episodes: Baby's First Weeks; The Baby Eats; Training the Toddler; Loves and Hates of the Three-year Old; Tiger Under the Bed; To Spank or Not to Spank; Bad Habits; Religion for the Eight-year Old; First Grade; School: The Melting Pot; He's Just Like His Father; Embarassing Questions; Family Welfare; The Second Baby; Grandparents and Babysitters; Playtime; It's Time for Bed; How Does Responsibility Grow?; Lying and Cheating; From A to F: The Report Card; Your Child Goes to the Hospital; TV: Family Friend or Foe?; The Meanie and the Mouse; Clubs or Gangs?; Dating Age; High School and Then; Yes and No; Crying; The Adopted Child; Fathers; The Eldest Child; Animals and Children; Why Johnny Reads Junk; Shifting Loyalties; Should We Stress Security?; Sex is a Part of Life; A Girl Grows Up; Handicaps; Leaving Home.
Children's Corner: produced by WQED in 1958 and originally shot on kinescope. This series consists of 52 half-hour episodes: A Fashion Show; Doodle and Do; It's a Small World; The Juggler; Arrival of Prince Charming; The Poetry Lady; Animal Alphabet; Grandpere's Dilemma; To Have or Not to Have a Contest; Doodle 'n Do; X Scape's Award; Mr. Zoo; Presentation of the Opera.
China: The Awakened Giant: produced by WTTW in 1966 and originally shot on videotape. This series consists of 4-5 ninety-minute episodes: Alternatives for United States Foreign Policy; The Reshaping of Chinese Society; Report on Inside China; Economy and Foreign Trade.
Choice: Challenge for the Modern Woman: produced by KCET in 1966 and originally shot on videotape. This series consists of 12 half-hour episodes: Who Are You?; What is a Woman?; The Principle that Counts; Marriage or Mirage; The Family Affair; The Unlonely Woman; Where Does All the Money Go?; Wages of Work; The Time of Your Life; Who Wants Freedom?; Is Personal Growth Selfish?; What is the Shape of Tomorrow?.
Circus: produced by NET in 1964 and originally shot on film. This series consists of 10 half-hour episodes: The Mud Show; Cats and Dogs; I Love John Ringling; High in the Air; Canvas; Bulls, Bears and Chimpanzees; The Flyers; Performers on the Ground; Life on the Wire; The Star.
Cities of the World: produced by various producers in 1968 and originally shot in color. This series consists of 6 hour-long episodes: Mary McCarthy's Paris; Munich; Naples; Budapest; Calcutta; Peking Remembered.
City Makers: produced by WGBH in 1969 and originally shot in color. This series consists of 8 half-hour episodes: McCoy: Urban Tensions; Mayor Hatcher; Mayor Sam Yorty; Welfare or Ginsberg; Julian Bond; Law Enforcement; Mayor John Lindsay; Dr. Robert Coles.
Civilization: produced by BBC in 1970 and originally shot in color. This series consists of 13 hour-long episodes: The Frozen World; The Great Thaw; Romance and Reality; Man: The Measure of All Things; The Hero as Artist; Protest and Communication; Grandeur and Obediance; The Light of Experience; Pursuit of Happiness; The Smile of Reason; The Worship of Nature; The Fallacies of Hope; Heroic Materialism.
The Classical Tradition: produced by Radio-TV Services at Indiana University in 1958. This series consists of 3 hour-long episodes.
College Bound: produced by WGBH in 1966 and originally shot on film. This series consists of 5 half-hour episodes: Parents and College; Notes, Notes and More Notes; Study Hints; What's in a Library; Examinations.
College News Conference: produced in 1961 and originally shot on film and videotape. This series consists of 13 half-hour episodes: Peace Corps in Columbia; Wachuku; Goldberg: Chicago; Krishna Menon; Political Ferment on the Campuses; Dean Rusk; Javits; Russell; General Schriever; Glenn Seaborg; Barry Goldwater; Averell Harriman; Herman Kahn.
College of the Air (title still under review)
Command in Battle: produced by BBC in 1960 and originally shot on kinescope. This series consists of 8 half-hour episodes: Prologue; Battle of Alamein; Battle of Mareth; Invasion of Sicily and Italy; Normandy Campaign; The Winter of 1944; The Surrender of Luneberg Heath; Epilogue: Looking Back.
Community of the Condemned: produced by WTTW in 1958 and originally shot on videotape. This series consists of 26 half-hour episodes: Public Myths About Prisons; The Prison Population; Size of Penal Institutions; Prison Inmates' Code; The County Jail: Introduction to Crime; Prison Riots; Maximum vs. Minimum Security in Prisons; Prison Idleness; Who Runs the Prisons?; Prison-wise or Stir Bug?; Classification and Segregation in Prisons; Spiritual Life in Prison; The Professional Criminal; Training Schools; Women Behind Bars; Self Governing Prisons; Prisons Without Walls; Forgotten Ones: Families of Inmates; An Alternative to Imprisonment; Going Out of Prison; The Ex-con; After Jail, What?; An Integrated County Correctional System; Is Prison Work a Profession?; A Comprehensive Prison System; Need for Prison Progress.
Compass Rose: produced by KING in 1958. This series consists of 26 fifteen-minute episodes: Cedar Bough's Bargain; Rides Away Tinkling; Pueblo Girl; The Whale Hunt; Flying Squirrel; The Coyote and the Horned Toad; Little Turtle; The Unlucky Fisherman; Little Butterfly; The Clapping Mountains; The Crow and the Whale; Otter Tail; The Field Mouse; Lucio; Tattoo; Mafatu; Piang; Terike; Maui; Ligi; Aruta; Mirram; Woma; Walgi; The Magic Tree of Melenta; The Island of Stone Money.
The Computer and the Mind of Man: produced by KQED in 1962 and originally shot on film. This series consists of 6 half-hour episodes: Logic By Machine; Universe of Numbers; Univeral Machines; The Control Revolution; Managers and Models; Engine at the Door.
Conservative Viewpoint: produced by WTTW in 1970. This series consists of 4 episodes: Law and Order; Foreign Policy; Morality and Society; Politics.
Constitution and Human Rights: produced by WGBH in 1958. This series consists of 16 episodes: The Rights of Men as Men; What We Owe Continental Congress; The State Constitutions Secure Our Basic Rights; The Overseas Background: Colonial Charters; Our Debt to Stubborn English; Thou Shalt Have the Body in Court: Let it be Right; Thou Shalt Have the Body in Court: Parliament Acts; Thou Shalt Have the Body in Court: Soldiers and Civilians; Thou Shalt Have the Body in Court: Questioning Prisoners; Freedom of Debate: Queen Elizabeth and James I Deny it; Freedom of Debate: Charles I Tries to Stop it; Freedom of Debate: Problems in Congress; Should Legislators Find Individuals Guilty and Punish Them?; The Right Not to Speak: Englishment Get it Started; The Right Not to Speak: Problems Under the Constitution; Freedom of Citizens to Travel.
The Contemporary Challenge to American Education (title still under review)
Conversation with James Day: produced by KQED in 1970 and originally shot in color. This series consists of 4 half-hour episodes: Mai Zetterling; John D. Rockefeller III; Dr. Louis Leakey; Lillian Gish.
Conversations 1965: produced by NET in 1965 and originally shot on videotape. This series consists of 6 half-hour episodes: Sylvia Beach with M. Muggeridge; Ruth St. Denis with James Day; Morris Carnovsky with Elliot Norton; Albert Finney with John Freeman; Theodore Bikel with Elliot Norton; Norman Thomas with James Day.
Conversations 1967: produced by KQED and WGBH in 1967. This series consists of 6 half-hour episodes: Maurice Chevalier with James Day; Peter Brook with James Day; Bing Crosby with James Day; Carol Channing with Elliot Norton; Walter Kerr with Elliot Norton; General Dwight D. Eisenhower.
Conversations with Arnold Toynbee: produced by KQED in 1967 and originally shot on videotape. This series consists of 5 half-hour episodes: Vietnam; The Have and Have Nots; Technology and the Shrinking World; The Now in History; History and the Historian.
Conversations with Clare Booth Luce: produced by KAET in 1969 and originally shot on videotape in color. This series consists of 4 half-hour episodes: Public Leadership; Issues of Our Time; Author and Playwright; The World of Henry R. Luce.
Conversations with Eric Hoffer: produced by KQED in 1963-1964 and originally shot on videotape. This series consists of 12 half-hour episodes: The Ordeal of Change; The Role of the Intellectual; The Role of the Weak; The Nature of Man; Man's Struggle for Uniqueness; From the Cradle to Skid Row; The Growth of a Train of Thought; Talent; Automation; The Mysterious Occident; The New Age; Reading and Writing.
Court of Reason: produced by WNDT in 1963 and originally shot on videotape. This series consists of 6 hour-long episodes: Red China: Should the US Change its Policy; The Military Industrial Complex: Is it a Danger; Censorship: Should Books Ever Be Banned; The Mass Media: Do They Debase Culture; Webster's Third: Is English Changing or Being Corrupted; Educational Testing: Statistical Tyranny or Fair Evaluation.
Cover Story: This series consists of 13 half-hour episodes.
Cowboy's West: produced by KRMA in 1961. This series consists of 15 episodes.
Creative Man: produced by KQED in 1960. This series consists of 6 half-hour episodes.
Creative Person: produced by NET in 1965-1968 and originally shot on film and videotape. This series consists of 83 half-hour episodes: A Thurber's Eye View of Men, Women and Less Alarming Creatures; Raymond Lowey; John Ciardi; Georges Braque; Ravi Shankar; Jean Renoir; Leonard Baskin; Davis and Dee; The Sleeping Ballerina: Olga Spessivtzeva; Portrait of the Artist; P. G. Wodehouse; Robert Osborn; King Vidor; The Satire of Daumier; Cartier-Bresson; Chamberlain and Segal; Five British Sculptors; Marni Nixon; Hallie Flanagan; Sean O'Casey; Peter Wilson: The Man from Sotheby's; The Folk Singer; Odilon Redon; Joan Littlewood; Frederick Varley; Darius Milhaud. Part 1: A Recollection of the Twenties; Darius Milhaud. Part 2: Paris and California; Gregor Piatigorsky; Lynn Seymour; William Schuman; Rudolf Bing; Richard Williams; Joan Baez; Luigi Nervi; The World of Harry Golden; Bruno Walter; Barbara Hepworth; Federico Fellini; Leopold Sedar Senghor; Pauline Trigere; Touch Clay; Leonard Cohen; Eric Bentley; Gwendolyn Brooks; Ben Harkarvy; John Burton; Eero Saarinen; Pininfarina; Anna Pavlova; Three on Stage; Eugene Atget; Nadia Boulanger; Robinson Jeffers; Wesley Duke Lee; Duro Ladipo; Interregnum: Geogre Grosz; Bismillah Khan; James Jones; Hans Werner Henze; Roberto Burle Marx; Henry Roth; Antonio Gaudi; W. H. Auden; Wayne Thiebaud and Peter Voulkos; Pierre Boulez; Gunter Grass; Welthy Fisher; Inezita Barroso and V. de Morasso; Tyrone Guthrie; Fred Rogers; Walter Felsenstein; The Art of Marie Cosindas; The Puppets of Kinosuke; John Arden; Thomas Mann; Silence, Exile and Cunning: James Joyce; Thornton Wilder; Georges Simenon; Satyajiy Ray; Alfred Knopf; Christopher Plummer; Robert Greaves; Robert Indiana.
Creativity: produced by KQED in 1960 and originally shot on videotape. This series consists of 3 half-hour episodes.
Criminal Man: produced by KQED in 1958 and originally shot on videotape. This series consists of 20 half-hour episodes: The Criminal; The Born Criminal; The Anthropomorphic Criminal; The Ethnological Criminal; Left Hands, Red Hair and Crime; Weather Maps, Calendars and Crime; Culture and Crime; The Alcoholic Criminal; Tea, Horse and Crime; IQ and Crime; Sick Minds and Crime; Brakes and Misbehavior; Narcissus, Oedipus and Crime; The Roots of Criminality; The True Criminal; Sexuality and Crime; Crime Under Twenty-one; Education and Crime; The Criminal and Punishment; The Criminal and How to Neutralize Him.
Crisis of Modern Man: produced by KCET in 1967 and originally shot on videotape. This series consists of 4 half-hour episodes: The Crisis of Belief; Is There a New Morality; Values of Survival; Our Age of Anxiety.
Crossroads of the World: produced by National Film Board of Canada (Acquisition) in 1963 and originally shot on film. This series consists of 7 half-hour episodes: Sun, Sand and Sea; Impact of the West; The Rough Road to Freedom; Contest for Power; Aspirations; New Voices; Algeria.
Cultures and Continents: produced by WNDT in 1964 and originally shot on videotape. This series consists of 13 half-hour episodes: Images of Africa; Music of Africa; Art and Africa; African Drama in Profile; Indonesia: Between Two Worlds; Angkor: City of the God King; The Lotus and the Begging Bowl; Portrait of the Artist as a Filipino; A Far and Distant Land; Awakening the Sleeping Giant; Voices that Break the Silence; The Faces Behind the Masks; Songs of the Land.
Damen on Camera (title still under review)
The Dance (title still under review)
Dateline USSR: produced by the Center for Mass Communication in New York and originally shot on film. This series consists of at least 2 half-hour episodes: The Lifetime of Soviet Man; The Ice Frontier.
David Copperfield: produced by BBC in 1959 and originally shot on videotape. This series consists of 13 half-hour episodes.
Decision seeDecision: The Constitution in Action
Decision for Research: produced by NBC and the Educational Television and Radio Center in 1958. This series consists of 12 half-hour episodes: The Mysterious Pulse; When Pathways Divide; Intruder in the Life Stream; The Reluctant Host; The Nature of the Enemy; The Unknown Quantity; Mystery in the Dark; A Question of Analysis; Where Life Begins; The Crucial Interval; Instruments of Learning; Machinery for Survival.
Decision: The Constitution in Action: produced by SHARFF in 1959 and originally shot on film. This series consists of 7 half-hour episodes: The Constitution and Employment Standards; The Constiution and the Labor Union; The Constitution and the Right to Vote; The Constitution and Censorship; The Constitution and Military Powers; The Constitution: Whose Interpretation?; The Constitution and Fair Procedures.
Denis W. Brogan on America: produced by WMSB in 1962 and originally shot on videotape. This series consists of at least 2 half-hour episodes: The American Character; America's Image of the World.
Design Workshop: produced by KQED in 1959 and originally shot on videotape. This series consists of 13 half-hour episodes: Introduction to Design Workshop; Figures in Action; Shapes, Colors, and Figures; Texture in Color; The Subject as Shape and Symbol; What Makes a Picture; Essentials of Painting; Block Printing; Silk Screen Printing; Other Graphic Techniques; Introduction to Sculpture; Clay and its Possibilities; Design with a Camera.
Designing Women (title still under review)
Destruction of the Indian: produced by Global Television, London in 1963 and originally shot on film. This series consists of 3 half-hour episodes: Heart of the Forest; The Path to Extinction; A Carnival of Violence.
Dialogues: Roles of Man: produced by Columbia University in 1958 and originally shot on kinescope. This series consists of 10 half-hour episodes.
Discovery: produced by WGBH in 1957 and originally shot on kinescope. This series consists of 39 half-hour episodes: Winter Sleep; Who Walked Here?; Mystery Mammals of Twilight; The Ways of Fish; Let's Set Up an Aquarium; Too Small to See; Bird Homes; Plant and Animals Partnerships; The Amphibians: Toads and Frogs; The Amphibians: Salamanders; Turtles; The Edge of the Sea; The Bog World; Webs and Their Weavers; The Six Legged Class; Butterflies and Moths; The Praying Mantis; The Way of the Ants; Heat: Blacksmith of the Earth; Crystals: Jewels of Time; Water: Sculptor of the Land; The Green Giants; Before Backbones: The Story of Early Invertebrates; The Age of Dinosaurs; Reptiles of Today; The Amazing Bird; Journeys on Wing: Bird Migration; How Do You Know: Bird Identification; Explorer with a Paint Brush: Audubon; What Bones Can Tell Us; The Rodent Engineer: The Beaver; Life's Building Blocks; New Life from Old Reproductions; The Voyage of the Beagle: Charles Darwin; Why Do Things Differ; The Life of a Tree; The Orchids; Let's Build a Mountain; Life in a Pond.
Discovery at Brookfield Zoo: produced by WTTW. This series consists of 13 half-hour episodes: On An Island: The Animals of Australia; Looks Don't Count: Unusual Animal Relationships; Copy Cat: Unusual Similarities Among Animals; The Case of the Vanished Toes; The Myster of Museka; Many Long Years Ago; Armed in the Teeth; The Playboys of the Zoo; Heads and Tails; The Great Apes; You Can't Be Everything; More Ways Than One; Home is Where You Find it.
The Dissenters: produced by WGBH in 1967 and originally shot on videotape. This series consists of 6 half-hour episodes: Daniel Watts; Reverend Billy James Hargis; Gilbert A. Harrison; William F. Buckley, Jr.; Irving Howe; Joe Michael Cobb.
Doctor Reports: produced by WRC-TV and originally shot on videotape transferred to kinescope. This series consists of 12-13 five-minute episodes: Heart Exam; Strokes; Leukemia; Osteoporosis; Drugs and Cancer; Alcoholism; Coronary; Self-Help; Varicose Veins; Pica; Deafness; Hepatitis.
Doctors in Space: produced by KUHT in 1958 and originally shot on film. This series consists of 13 half-hour episodes: Flight Toward the Stars; The Medicine of Flight; The Sea of Air; Living Room in the Void; The Gas of Life; The Unseen Burden; A Torrid Journey; Atomic Barrage; Collision Stations; Eternal Day, Eternal Night; The Unsubstantial Flesh; Satellites and Missiles; Life on Other Worlds.
Dollar Diplomacy: produced by WGBH in 1965 and originally shot on videotape. This series consists of 6 half-hour episodes: Good Money, Bad Money; Vietnam Oil Slick; The Town A Dam Built; Nigereia: A School for Jacob; Colombia and the Alliance; The Congressional Orphan.
Dollars and Sense: produced by NET in 1966 and originally shot on videotape. This series consists of at least 4 half-hour episodes: Over-the-counter Medicine. Part 1; Over-the-counter Medicine. Part 2; Automobile Tires; How to Buy a House.
Dr. Posin's Giants: produced by WTTW in 1961 and originally shot on kinescope. This series consists of 27 half-hour episodes: Archimedes; Hipparchus; Leonardo Da Vinci; Copernicus; Tycho Brahe; Johannes Kepler; Galileo Galilei; Christian Huyghens; Isaac Newton; William and Caroline Hershel; Nikolai Ivanovitch Lobatchevsky; Michael Faraday; James Clerk Maxwell; John Couch Adams and Jean Leverrier; Lord Kelvin, William Thompson; Dmitri Mendeleyev; Henry Moseley; Wilhelm Roentgen; Albert Michelson; Heinrich Hertz; Pierre and Marie Curie; Ernest Rutherford; Robert Hutchings Goddard; Enrico Fermi; Edwin P. Hubble; Albert Einstein; J. J. Thomson.
Driver Education: produced by WCET in 1959. This series consists of 29-33 half-hour episodes: Overview; Physical Characteristics of the Driver; Personality of the Driver; Attitudes, Emotions, Habits; Alcohol and Drugs; The Driver's License; Mechanics of the Car; Safety Features; The Nature of the Roadway; Traffic Control; Natural Laws; Man-Made Laws; Laws, Enforcement and Courts; Preparing to Start; Starting - Steering - Stopping - Backing; Down Shifting and Emergency Stops; Turns; Parking; Backing into a Stall and Skills on Hills; Standard Shift Driving; Practice Driving in Traffic; Defensive Driving; Defensive Action; City Driving; Highway Driving; Pedestrians and Cyclists; Other Users of the Highway; Adverse Conditions; Night Driving and Emergency Situations; Purchase and Use of the Car; Maintenance; Liability and Insurance; Accidents.
Dynamics of Desegregation: produced by WGBH in 1962 and originally shot on videotape. This series consists of 15 half-hour episodes: Tale of Two Ladies; Violence, Vengeance and Vigilantes; Portrait of a Violent Man; Caught on the Face of a Cliff; 14th Generation Americans; The Inevitable Monday; The Newest New Negro; A Glimpse at the Newest South; Resistance and Reaction; Face to Face; Conformity and the Crutch; The Unsolid South; A Place to Call His Own; A Dream Deferred; With Some Deliberate Speed.
Dynamics of Leadership: produced by WGBH in 1961 and originally shot on videotape. This series consists of 5 half-hour episodes: Anatomy of a Group; Behavior in Groups; Diagnosing Group Operations; Sharing the Leadership; Roadblocks to Communication.
Earth and Mankind: produced by National Film Board of Canada (Acquisition) in 1961 and originally shot on film. This series consists of 6 half-hour episodes: People By the Billions; Man and His Resources; To Each a Rightful Share; The Global Search for Food; Can the Earth Provide; Challenge to Mankind.
East-West Philosophers Conference: This series consists of 8 half-hour episodes.
Eastern Wisdom and Modern Life: produced by KQED in 1959 and originally shot on videotape and kinescope. This series consists of 34 half-hour episodes: Man and Nature; Things and Thinks; Time; The Void; The Silent Mind; Death; Recollection; Queries and Sources; Pain; Nonsense; On Being Vague; Law and Order; Omnipotence; The Buddha and Buddhism; Mahayana Buddhism; The Tao in China; The Rise of Zen; The Discipline of Zen; Zen in Painting; The Life of Zen; Zen in Garden and Architecture; Zen in Fencing and Judo; Zen in Semantics; Buddhism and Christianity; Zen and Psychiatry; Buddhism and Science; Causality; Uses of Power; Masks of Identity; Can We Trust Ourselves; Don't People Matter; Asceticism and Sensuality; The Middle Way; The Fruits.
Eins Zwei Drei: produced by WOI-TV in 1955 and originally shot on kinescope. This series consists of 24 half-hour episodes: German Numbers from One to Ten; Greetings; The Colors; Who is it?; A Little Story; The Weather; The German Verb; A Fairy Tale; The Days of the Week; The Months; The Wolf and the Seven Kids; The Whittling Bench; The Human Body; The Room; All Fun Day; How Does One Ask a Question in German?; What Does One Day to One's Friends?; Cinderella; Let's Set the Table; What Do We Eat Today?; The Numbers from Eleven to One Thousand; A German Fairy Tale; My Car; The Band is Coming.
Electricity at Work: produced by WKAR. This series consists of 19 fifteen-minute episodes: Electrical Terms; Motor Fundamentals; Motor Nameplates; Motor Protection; Motor Case; Circuit Breakers; Adequate Wiring; Electical Meters; Dairy Barn Ventilation; Water Pumps; Stock Waterers; Persistence Heating; Water Heaters; Milk House Heating; Crop drying; Refrigeration; Poultry Problems; Egg Coolers; Barn Cleanness.
Electromagnetics and Applications (title still under review)
Electronics at Work seeElectricity at Work
The Elements: produced by KQED in 1956. This series consists of 10 half-hour episodes: Building Blocks; Atoms into Molecules; From Alchemy to Chemistry; The Missing Elements; Putting Elements to Work; Modern Alchemy; Beyond Uranium; Making Elements; The Plant Earth; The Universe.
Elements of Earth seeThe Elements
Elliot Norton Interviews: produced by WGBH. This series consists of 9 episodes: Elia Kazan; Harry Belafonte; Jerome Hines; Josh Logan; R. Rogers; Richard Burton; Susan Hampshire; Tallulah Bankhead; Tennessee Williams.
English: Fact and Fancy: produced by WETA. This series consists of 7 episodes: A Communication Model; Correctness in Language; English and Latin; English Noun Construction; English Verb Construction; Formal English as a Foreign Language; What are the English Language?.
Escape from the Cage: produced by BBC in 1960. This series consists of 11 half-hour episodes: Early Treatment of the Mentally Ill; The Mentally Ill: 16th to 20th Centuries; Present Day Problems; Mental Hospital Administration; The Psychodynamic Approach; Psychosurgery and Shock Treatment; Drug Therapy; Open Door Hospital; Organic Research; Treatment of Children; Common Misconceptions about Mental Illness.
Essentials of Freedom: produced by WOSU in 1958. This series consists of 6 half-hour episodes: The Condition of Freedom; Freedom of Communication; Economic Freedom; Freedom and Religion; Freedom of the Individual; Policy for a Free World.
European Common Market: This series consists of 11 episodes.
The Exceptional Child: produced by Syracuse University in 1959 and originally shot on film in black and white. This series consists of 15 half-hour episodes: Introductory: Individual Differences; The Gifted Child; Mentally Handicapped: Educable; Mentally Handicapped: Trainable; The Visually Handicapped Child: The Partially Sighted; The Visually Handicapped Child: The Blind; The Auditorially Handicapped Child: The Deaf; The Crippled Child; The Cerebral Palsied Child; Chronic Medical Disorder; The Epileptic Child; The Speech Handicapped Child: Physical Disabilities; The Speech Handicapped Child: Stuttering; The Socially Maladjusted Child; The Community and the Exceptional Child.
Experiment: produced by Prism Productions in 1966 and originally shot on film. This series consists of 8 half-hour episodes: Attack Patterns of Sharks; Secret of the White Cell; Close-up of Mars; The Invisible Planet; Weather by Numbers; Childhood of a Chimpanzee; Laser: Light of the Future; Case History of a Volcano.
Experiment in Progress: produced by Science Services, Inc. and originally shot on film. This series consists of 4 half-hour episodes: Investigation of the Ocean Bottom; Selective Embryonic Cell Adhesion; Elementary Particles; Study of Irradition Produced by Shock Waves.
Exploring Nature: This series consists of 30 episodes: Alive or Not Alive; These are Animals; These are Plants; Animal Tools and Weapons; Mammals; How Animals Move; Animal Homes; Seeds; Tress; Water; Fossils; Darwin and Dinosaurs; Reproduction; Populations and Predators; Animals Prepare for Winter; Plants in Winter; Now You See it, Now You Don't; Food from the Sea; Life in a Drop; Blood: The Internal Ocean; Plants without Chlorophyll; 40 Degrees: Miracle Spring; Animals Sounds; Repitles and Amphibians; What are Flowers for; Bees; Bird Migration; The Seashore; Your Backyard: The Country; Your Backyard: The City.
Exploring the Universe: produced by Mayer-Skylar Productions in 1963 and originally shot on videotape. This series consists of 11 half-hour episodes: The Nature of Science; Is There a Scientific Method?; Point of Order; Science and Social Responsibility; Some Facts About Scientific Fact; Some Light on Light; Are Theories True?; How Did the Universe Begin?; Is There Other Life?; The Challenge of the Space Age; Values and Limitations of Science.
Eyes for the Future: produced by KRMA in cooperation with the Colorado Society for the Preservation of Blindness in 1959 and originally shot on kinescope. This series consists of 10 half-hour episodes: Cataracts. Part 1; Cataracts. Part 2; Optics. Part 1; Optics. Part 2; Glaucoma; Crossed Eyes; Corneal Transplants; Retinal Detachment; Eye Accident; Eye Care.
Face of Sweden: produced by the Swedish Institute for Cultural Relations and the Swedish Broadcasting Corporation in 1963 and originally shot on film in black and white. This series consists of 8 half-hour episodes: The Secure Society; The Just Society; The Organized Society; Sweden in World Affairs; The Enterprising Society; The Expressive Society; The Icicle and the Sun; The Aspiring Society.
Face of the Earth: produced by KQED in 1959 and originally shot on videotape. This series consists of 10 half-hour episodes: Introduction: Time and Tools; Plain Dirt; Erosion; The River; Sculptures of the Land; Glacaiation; The Seacoast; Sedimentation; Breaking and Bending; Mountain Building.
Face to Face: produced by BBC in 1962 and originally shot on film. This series consists of 6 half-hour episodes: Dr. Carl Jung; Dame Edith Sitwell; Norman Birkett, Baron Birkett of Ulverston; Augustus John; Henry Moore; Dr. Otto Klemperer.
Faces (title still under review)
Faces of Asia: produced by Nord Deutsche Rundfunk and originally shot on film and videotape. This series consists of 6-8 hour-long episodes: India: The Saints and the Commissars; India: A Paradise on Earth; India: The Village Council; India: Maharrajas Must Pay Taxes; Ceylon: Lotus Island Between Buddha and Marx; Pakistan: Under the Banner of Prophets; Sahara; SISU.
Fact and Fancy: This series consists of 10-13 episodes.
Facts of Medicine: produced by WGBH in 1956 and originally shot on kinescope. This series consists of 16 half-hour episodes: Heart Disease; Rheumatic Fever; Coronary Thrombosis; Overweight; Poisons and Children; Fluoridation; Cold Cures; Allergies; Asthma; Tuberculosis; Food Poisoning; Mental Health; Cancer; Lung Cancer; Smoking and Lung Cancer; Smoking and Length of Life.
Family Doctor: produced by the Troy-Beaumont Company of New York in 1961 and originally shot on videotape. This series consists of 6 half-hour episodes: Tension; Immunization; Heart Disease; Overweight and Nutrition; Disease Detection; Headache.
Famous Dancers: produced by Bavarian TV in 1965 and originally shot on 35mm film that was transferred to videotape. This series consists of 2 ninety-minute episodes.
Fanfare: an anthology series focused on music, with episodes from various producers. More information about individual episodes.
Far Eastern Art: produced by WUFT in 1964 and originally shot on videotape. This series consists of 4 half-hour episodes: The Arts and the Art of Living; The Living Brush; The Arts and the Buddha; Drama and Reality.
Festival seeNET Festival
Fignewton's Newspaper: produced by KETC in 1958 and originally shot on film. This series consists of 24 fifteen-minute episodes: The Lucky Kitten; Mother and Daughter Dinner Party; Brushy Joins the Collector’s Club; Mystery of the Tired Boy; The Big Fight; Brushy’s Mistake; The First Prize Poem; The Open House; It’s Fun to Play Outdoors; The Poster Contest; Brushy Learns the Three Cs; New Girl at School; Two Accidents in One Day; Clean up Man Almost Misses Party; Play in the Community; Skip Hides from Health; Art Contest Opens; Second Part of Art Contest; Music Contest Opens; Second Half of Music Contest; First Half of Theater Contest; Brushy Wins Theater Contest; The Literature Contest Opens; Second Half of Literature Contest.
The Film Generation: produced by NET in 1969 and originally shot on videotape in color. This series consists of 8 hour-long episodes: On War; Cinema of the Absurd; The Way We See it; On Dance; Film and the Visual Arts; On Music; On Women.
The Finder: produced by KETC in 1954-1955 and originally shot on kinescope in black and white. This series consists of 52 half-hour episodes: Skylark; The Riverboat Race; Test Pilot; Lucky Lindy; Jet Propulsion; Tall Tale; Space Travel; Old Firefighting Equipment; Human Factors in Rocket Travel; Johnny Appleseed; Bird Dog; Makeup Artist; Comic Strip Creator; A Trip to Japan; Building Construction; Building Design; Skyscraper; Cowboy Equipment; Medieval Weapons and Warfare; Folk Songs; South of the Border; Rattlesnake; Odysseus and Cyclops; Man's Struggle for Flight; Aviation History; The Wright Brothers; Inside Baseball: The Manager and His Plans; Inside Baseball: In the Clubhouse; Inside Baseball: Off the Playing Field; The Boxer and the Violin; A Day in the Life of a Page Boy; A Day in the Life of a United States Senator; Festival of Folk Songs; The Firemen and the Fire Truck; The Firemen and the Ambulance; The Smith and the Horse; The Mask of Kagabas: All Aboard; The Mask of Kagabas: The Temple; The Mask of Kagabas: A Religion; Weekend Warrior; The Mighty Mississippi: A Way of Life; The Mighty Mississippi: The Worry Box; The Mighty Mississippi: The Passing Scene; The Elephant; The Clown; Punch and Judy; The Magic Wand; The Story of Printing: Letter Press; The Story of Printing: Gravure; The Story of Printing: Offset; Behind the News: The Newsroom; Behind the News: The Reporter.
The Finder's Christmas: produced in 1958 and originally shot on videotape. This series consists of 5 fifteen-minute episodes: Norweigan Christmas; French Christmas; German Christmas; Lithuanian Christmas; Serbian Christmas.
The Fine Arts Quartet Plays Bartok: produced by WTTW in 1959 and originally shot on videotape. This series consists of 6 hour-long episodes: Quartet No. 1, Opus 7; Quartet No. 2, Opus 17; Quartet No. 3; Quartet No. 4; Quartet No. 5; Quartet No. 6.
The Fine Arts Quartet Plays Beethoven: produced by WTTW in 1959 and originally shot on videotape. This series consists of 6 hour-long episodes: Quartet in D Major, Opus 18, No. 3; Quartet in C Minor, Opus 18, No. 4; Opus 59, No. 3; Opus 95; Opus 130; Opus 135.
Five Revolutionary Painters seeSir Kenneth Clark on Art
Flaherty and Film: produced by WGBH in 1961 and originally shot on videotape. This series consists of 4 half-hour episodes: Nanook of the North; Moana; Man of Aran; Louisiana Story.
Flaherty Features: produced by WGBH in 1962 and originally shot on videotape. This series consists of 4 half-hour episodes: Nanook of the North; Moana; Man of Aran; Louisiana Story.
Focus on Behavior: produced by Mayer-Skylar Productions in 1963 and originally shot on film. This series consists of 10 half-hour episodes: The Conscience of a Child; A World to Perceive; The Brain and Behavior; The Chemistry of Behavior; Learning about Learning; No Two Alike; The Social Animal; The Need to Achieve; Of Men and Machines; Computers and Human Behavior.
Focus on the United Nations: produced by UN-TV in 1964 and originally shot on film. This series consists of 7 half-hour episodes.
Food for Life: produced by WMSB in 1961 and originally shot on videotape. This series consists of 22 half-hour episodes: What is Food?; The Meaning of an Adequate Diet; Calories: What are They?; How Many Calories Do You Need?; What is Protein?; Have You Had Enough Protein Today?; Facts About Fat in the Diet; Cholesterol: What is it?; Carbohydrates; Fat Soluble Vitamins in the Diet; Water Soluable Vitamins in the Diet; Minerals: Are You Worth Your Salt?; Water: Is it Food?; How are Nutrients Released from Food?; Food Needs of Adults; Food Needs of Children and Adolescents; Food Additives and Food Supplements; Food Preparation: Its Effect on Nutrients; What We Eat: Why We Eat it; The Basic Four; Food Fallacies; Is it a Fact?.
Food for Youth (title still under review)
Footsteps of the Free (title still under review)
Forsyte Saga: produced by BBC in 1969-1970 and originally shot in black and white. This series consists of 26 hour-long episodes: A Family Festival; A Family Scandall; The Pursuit of Happiness; Dinner at Swithin's; A Man of Property; Decisions; Into the Dark; Indian Summer of a Forsyte; In Chancery; The Challenge; In the Web; Birth of a Forsyte; Encounter; Conflict; To Let; A Family Wedding; The White Monkey; The Afternoon of a Dryad; No Retreat; A Silent Wooing; Action for Libel; Silver Spoon; Strike; Afternoon at Ascot; Portrait of Fleur; Swan Song.
Forty-five Years with Fitzpatrick: produced by KETC in 1960 and originally shot on kinescope, except the first episode, which was shot on videotape. This series consists of 16 half-hour episodes: Preview; Prohibition and Gangster Heritage; The Age of Hysteria; The American Labor Movement; Boom and Bust; The New Deal; The Made Years of Hitler; America Comes of Age. Part 1; America Comes of Age. Part 2; Rat Alley; The American City; The Korean War