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  • CPT12 Presents

    CPT12 Presents

    A collection of unique documentaries and local shows produced by Colorado Public Television.

  • "A Terrible Moral Dilemma"

    "A Terrible Moral Dilemma"

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    Col. Stuart Herrington recalls the struggle of members of the South Vietnamese Military in staying behind to fight while their families were evacuated. Last Days in Vietnam premieres April 28 on PBS American Experience.

  • "We Jumped Out"

    "We Jumped Out"

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    When a South Vietnamese helicopter was too large to land on the US Navy ship, the USS Kirk, the family on board had no chance, but to make a leap of faith. Last Days in Vietnam premieres April 28 on PBS American Experience.

  • The South Vietnamese Officer's Story

    The South Vietnamese Officer's Story

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    In April 1975, Dam Pham was an Army Officer Lieutenant in the South Vietnamese Central Intelligence Service. When the North Vietnamese arrived in Saigon, Pham stayed in Vietnam with his family rather than evacuate. After 13 years of hard labor in a re-education camp, Dam Pham was released and made his way to America.

  • Last Days in Vietnam, Chapter 1

    Last Days in Vietnam, Chapter 1

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    In 1973, U.S. troops had begun to withdraw from Vietnam after the signing of the Paris Peace Accords. Thousands of Americans remained in the country, and several had Vietnamese girlfriends, wives and families. In April of 1975, the North Vietnamese Army began to close in on Saigon, and South Vietnamese resistance was crumbling. Premieres April 28 on PBS American Experience.

  • Why We Made Last Days in Vietnam

    Why We Made Last Days in Vietnam

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    American Experience Executive Producer, Mark Samels, discusses why the events depicted in "Last Days in Vietnam" are an important chapter in American history. Premiering April 28, 2015 on PBS American Experience.

  • The Pilot's Story

    The Pilot's Story

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    Captain Gerald "Gerry" Berry was a helicopter pilot in the U.S. Marine Corps during the fall of Saigon in April 1975. Capt. Berry was tasked with evacuating U.S. Ambassador Graham Martin from the U.S. Embassy, an order which proved to be more complicated than he expected.

  • "The Vaccine War" - Preview

    "The Vaccine War" - Preview

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    FRONTLINE investigates the science and the politics of vaccine safety. Amid a new outbreak of measles, health officials are once again urging parents to immunize their children and reassuring them that there is no link between vaccines and disorders like autism. But the war over vaccines rages on. An updated version of FRONTLINE's 2010 film "The Vaccine War" airs Mar. 24 on PBS and online.

  • Baker’s Effectiveness as Reagan’s Chief-of-Staff

    Baker’s Effectiveness as Reagan’s Chief-of-Staff

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    Many people describe James Baker as the most effective and powerful presidential chief-of-staff in modern history. David Gergen, Lesley Stahl, Hedrick Smith and others explain how Baker used compromise, negotiation and charm to help carry out the "Reagan Revolution." "It's not that you're trying to acquire power for power's sake," says Baker. "Power really accretes to those who get things done."

  • The Man Who Made Washington Work – Preview

    The Man Who Made Washington Work – Preview

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    Power-player, deal-maker, diplomat: whether it was ending the Cold War, conducting Middle East peace talks, or settling a disputed presidential election, James A. Baker III was at the center of the action. Premieres Tuesday, March 25, 2015 at 8:30 p.m. ET. Check your local listings.

  • Baker and Florida 2000

    Baker and Florida 2000

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    Former President Bill Clinton and legal expert Jeffrey Toobin are among those who comment on Baker's most controversial role: chief strategist for George W. Bush in the disputed 2000 presidential election in Florida. "I hated it," says Bill Clinton. "He whipped us -- but he was good at it!"

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