Julia Child was not a natural-born cook - when she married, she could barely boil an egg. But she fell in love with French food, and soon enrolled at the Cordon Bleu where she learned the great tradition of Classical French cuisine. Later, with two French women, she devoted years to writing a manuscript finally published as "Mastering the Art of French Cooking" which became a culinary classic.
The brief but impressive career of the man most responsible for defining what is modern "country music."
The remarkable work of Luce in combining timely reporting and exciting photography - leading to one of the U.S.'s most formidable media empires.
A retrospective on the life and work of George Balanchine, a founder of American ballet.
The highs and lows of the life of James Brown, the colorful and controversial "Godfather of Soul."
The dispute between Arthur Miller, one of America's most influential playwrights, and the respected movie director Elia Kazan over actions taken during the "red scare" of the 1950s. The two were once best friends and professional colleagues and their politics were similar, which was reflected in their work. Their relationship changed when Kazan was subpoenaed to testify in front of the House Un-American Activities Committee and he named names.