Ken Burns American Stories

Ken Burns has been making documentary films for more than 30 years. Since the Academy Award-nominated Brooklyn Bridge in 1981, he has gone on to direct and produce some of the most acclaimed historical documentaries ever made. The late historian Stephen Ambrose said of Burns’s films, “More Americans get their history from Ken Burns than any other source.” A December 2002 poll conducted by RealScreen Magazine listed The Civil War as second only to Robert Flaherty’s Nanook of the North as the “most influential documentary of all time” and named Ken Burns and Robert Flaherty as the “most influential documentary makers” of all time.

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Are You Being Served?

Big Brother

7:30P

Vicious

8:00P

Keeping Up Appearances

The Charity Shop

8:30P

Keeping Up Appearances

What To Wear When Yachting

9:00P

As Time Goes By

A Trip To Los Angeles

9:30P

As Time Goes By

Problems, Problems

10:00P

Moone Boy