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February 27On February 27, Through the Decades remembers the rise of Tiger Woods as an American golf prodigy. On the day of her birth we profile the life and legacy of actress Elizabeth Taylor and we’re remembering when the government attempted to push through a massive bailout for the nation’s farmers.
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February 28On February 28, Through the Decades profiles the life and career of stage and screen actress Bernadette Peters. We’re also reliving when Major League Baseball suffered from a widespread drug scandal and we look back on the vote that ended a long standing ban on divorce in Ireland.
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March 1On March 1, Through the Decades turns back the lens of time on the day in history when June Carter and Johnny Cash tied the knot, when John F. Kennedy established the Peace Corps and on the day of his birth we profile the life and legacy of Harry Belafonte.
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March 2On March 2, Through the Decades turns back the lens of time on the day in history when King Kong premiered at New York’s Radio City Music Hall, when the Compact Disc was first introduced and the first HIV blood test was developed.
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March 3On March 3, Through the Decades takes the hour to explore the city of San Francisco, including the newspaper report that sent Americans rushing west in hopes of finding gold, the controversy that surrounded the construction of the Golden Gate Bridge and we remember the history behind how Tony Bennett gave the city it’s signature song.
On July 14, 1966, Richard Speck murdered eight student nurses from South Chicago Community Hospital.
On the 50th anniversary of their death, Through the Decades remembers the victims through those who knew them best. Here's a behind-the-scenes look at our special including rare photos from friends and family.