• August 22, 1984 | A Walk Through the 20th Century
    Bill Moyers and his guests look past the nostalgia and talk about the poverty, racial segregation and political scandals of the 1920s.
  • July 25, 1984 | A Walk Through the 20th Century
    Bill Moyers interviews I. I. Rabi, winner of the 1944 Nobel Prize in physics and an early developer of radar for use in World War II.
  • July 11, 1984 | A Walk Through the 20th Century
    Bill Moyers explores how America’s Depression-era growth of government made Washington the center for the nation’s recovery and a purveyor of hope to millions.
  • June 20, 1984 | A Walk Through the 20th Century
    Bill Moyers reports on how the US in the 1950's was an era of American conformity, in which fitting in led to a hostility and distrust of those who stood out.
  • June 13, 1984
    Bill Moyers shows how high-speed transport and travel created a new vision of America.
  • May 30, 1984 | A Walk Through the 20th Century
    Bill Moyers speaks with news correspondent Richard Strout, who covered Washington and the White House from 1925 until his retirement in 1984.
  • May 9, 1984 | A Walk Through the 20th Century
    Two motion picture experts -- Frank Capra and Fritz Hippler -- on the war they waged through film.
  • April 25, 1984
    Bill Moyers, Ossie Davis and Ruby Dee tell the story of how the New Deal, World War II, and postwar social changes set the stage for a long-awaited and hard-fought legal assault on segregation.
  • April 18, 1984
    Bill Moyers is joined by Ossie Davis and Ruby Dee who re-create the world of 20th-century black America. This episode covers 1900 to 1920.
  • April 4, 1984 | A Walk Through the 20th Century
    From the Chicago World’s Fair of 1893 to the 1982 celebration in Knoxville, a look at the ways these global festivities have reflected America’s changing views about the future.