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  1. Into the Music of Bob Dylan (Documentary) 6-6

    A chronological profile of Dylan’s career from the early 1960’s until his most recent work.

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  2. Into the Music of Bob Dylan (Documentary) 5-6

    A chronological profile of Dylan’s career from the early 1960’s until his most recent work.

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  3. Into the Music of Bob Dylan (Documentary) 4-6

    A chronological profile of Dylan’s career from the early 1960’s until his most recent work.

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  4. Into the Music of Bob Dylan (Documentary) 3-6

    A chronological profile of Dylan’s career from the early 1960’s until his most recent work.

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  5. Into the Music of Bob Dylan (Documentary) 2-6

    A chronological profile of Dylan’s career from the early 1960’s until his most recent work.

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  6. Into the Music of Bob Dylan (Documentary) 1-6

    A chronological profile of Dylan’s career from the early 1960’s until his most recent work.

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  7. Baseball: Great American Pastime (Documentary) 2-2

    Some of the clips in "Baseball: Great American Pastime" include: a 1926 reading of "Casey at the Bat," excerpts from historical games, the comedy skit "Who’s On First?," an interview clip of Lou Gehrig, and a few humorous moments of baseball.

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  8. Baseball: Great American Pastime (Documentary) 1-2

    “Whoever would understand the heart and mind of America had better learn the game of baseball…” As this quotation sums up our attitude toward the national pastime, so our program illuminates the origin and the history of the great game of baseball.

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  9. Johnny Cash: Ring of Fire (Documentary)

    In retrospect, most people think of Johnny Cash as always being in the public eye, and always being the Man in Black. In fact, Cash’s career was a turbulent one with wild ups and downs and surprises. From his start on the farm, through country stardom, drug problems, religious awakening and recent resurgence, there’s never a dull moment in the life of Johnny Cash. His story gives us a glimpse of Cash the Everyman in search of his American dream.

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  10. Agatha Christie - 4-50 From Paddington 3-3

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