Sat 9:00AM ET
San FranciscoThrough the Decades takes the hour to explore the city of San Francisco, including the newspaper report that sent Americans rushing west in hopes of finding gold, the controversy that surrounded the construction of the Golden Gate Bridge and we remember the history behind how Tony Bennett gave the city it’s signature song.
Mon 8:00AM ET, Mon 8:00PM ET, Mon 11:00PM ET
March 19On March 19, Through the Decades remembers the beginning of the musical rebellion as we look back on the premiere of the rock band The Who’s opera film “Tommy.” We’re also going back in time to the reveal of a secret CIA operation and we recall the first Academy Awards.
Tue 8:00AM ET, Tue 8:00PM ET, Tue 11:00PM ET
March 20On March 20, Through the Decades looks back on the shocking kidnapping of Heiress Patty Hearst. We then turn back the lens of time to the longest campus strike in United States history and to the drug that changed the course of HIV treatment.
Wed 8:00AM ET, Wed 8:00PM ET, Wed 11:00PM ET
March 21On March 21, Through the Decades we’re going back in time to the American public’s realization that the CIA was intercepting and opening their mail. We then remember the Scopes Monkey Trial and the time the United States sat out of the Olympic Games.
Thu 8:00AM ET, Thu 8:00PM ET, Thu 11:00PM ET
March 22On March 22, Through the Decades is opening the time capsule to when the British Parliament passed the Stamp Act, sparking the Colonies’ fight for independence. We also look back on the legacy of the Equal Rights Amendment and when Muhammad Ali rescued a man considering suicide.
Fri 8:00AM ET, Fri 8:00PM ET, Fri 11:00PM ET
March 23On March 23, Through the Decades we’re going back in time to remember two University of Utah chemists made a discovery called cold fusion. We also look at the marriage of Christine Brinkley and Billy Joel and remember the success of 10-time Grammy winner, Chaka Khan.
On July 14, 1966, Richard Speck murdered eight student nurses from South Chicago Community Hospital.
On the 50th anniversary of their death, Through the Decades remembers the victims through those who knew them best. Here's a behind-the-scenes look at our special including rare photos from friends and family.