The life and career of Pulitzer Prize- and National Book Award-winning novelist Philip Roth, often referred to as the greatest living American writer. Reclusive and diffident, Roth grants very few interviews, but for the first time, allowed a journalist to spend 10 days interviewing him on camera.
The motivations behind the man who created one of America's most beloved comic strips, "Peanuts."
A portrait of the dramatic work of a Mexican-born muralist and artist, José Clemente Orozco, as he made his mark on the United States.
The musical career of one of America's most enduring popular singers.
Preservationist, naturalist, author, explorer, activist, scientist, farmer, John Muir (Apr. 26, 1785 – Jan. 27, 1851) was all these things and more. Explaining his impact then and now, this 90-minute documentary delves into Muir's life with reenactments filmed in the majestic landscapes he visited: Wisconsin, Yosemite and the Sierra Nevada, the Alhambra Valley of California, and the glaciers of Alaska.