Sat 9:00AM ET
Nature’s Fury - Natural DisastersThrough the Decades takes the hour to reflect back on some of the toughest examples of nature’s fury, including when the state of Florida suffered from a direct hit from the category five storm known as Hurricane Andrew. We’re also looking back on when the city of San Francisco was crippled by a massive earthquake and we remember when Yellowstone National Park was forced to shut down as it fought back the flames of a massive wildfire.
Mon 7:00AM ET, Mon 1:00PM ET, Mon 7:00PM ET, Mon 10:00PM ET
January 22On January 22, Through the Decades remembers the phenomenon that was the 1960’s variety show known as Rowan & Martin’s Laugh-In. We’re also recalling when the Supreme Court made its historic decision on legalizing abortion and we profile the life and career of the charming Diane Lane.
Tue 7:00AM ET, Tue 1:00PM ET, Tue 7:00PM ET, Tue 10:00PM ET
January 23On January 23, Through the Decades goes back in time to remember the premiere of the widely popular action-adventure series The A-Team. We’re reliving the historic swearing in of Madeline Albright as the first female U.S. Secretary of State and we’re delving into the story behind the high influential novel turned mini-series Roots: The Saga of an American family.
Wed 7:00AM ET, Wed 1:00PM ET, Wed 7:00PM ET, Wed 10:00PM ET
January 24On January 24, Through the Decades takes viewers back to before California was a state to remember the story that sparked the gold rush of 1849. We also sit down with Micky Dolenz to look back on his rise to fame as one part of The Monkees and on the day of his birth we profile the life and legacy of comedian John Belushi.
Thu 7:00AM ET, Thu 1:00PM ET, Thu 7:00PM ET, Thu 10:00PM ET
January 25On January 25, Through the Decades turns back the lens of time on the day in history when legendary musician Paul McCartney was deported from Japan. We’re also remembering when journalist Dan Rather went toe-to-toe with Vice President George Bush on live television and we tell the story of how the law caught up with infamous mobster Al Capone.
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.