Narrated by Donald Sutherland, this thrilling, feature-length documentary chronicles the brave group of scientists on board the Sedna IV as they explore the Earth’s most fascinating and isolated continent. While on their dangerous and exhilarating 430-day adventure, the crew examines the effects of alleged climate change on the wildlife and the majestic Antarctic landscape
The CBS series is taken off the air in 1953 because of protests from civil rights groups; host George Kirby. The TV series used African-American actors in the main roles, although the actors were instructed to keep their voices and speech patterns as close to Gosden and Correll’s as possible.
Former astronauts John Glenn and Scott Carpenter reminisce about their first flights into space. Today is the 50th anniversary of John Glenn’s first orbit of the earth.