Ring Lardner Jr. on his testimony before the House Un-American Activities Committee01:39
Julia Child on The French Chef's switch from black and white to color02:00
Mary Tyler Moore on filming The Dick Van Dyke Show episode "Turtles, Ties, and Toreadors" without an audience due to JFK's assassination01:29
Henry Winkler on when his character "Fonzie" first said "whoa" on Happy Days01:15
George Takei on being an Asian-American actor04:24
Keenen Ivory Wayans on appearing on The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson and what it meant for him personally04:45
Beth McCarthy-Miller on Ashlee Simpson's lip synch error on Saturday Night Live03:44
Maria Elena Salinas on Univision covering presidential races and participating in presidential debates03:52
Every major social, political, and historical event from the mid-20th century to today has been documented by television. The first-hand accounts of the coverage of these events are some of "the greatest stories never broadcast."
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Man landing on the moon was the great story of our century.