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Through the Decades November 29

On November 29, Bill Kurtis of Through the Decades turns the lens of time back to 1981 when actress Natalie Wood was found dead after a weekend on a yacht with her husband, actor Robert Wagner and co-star Christopher Walken. Ellee Pai Hong remembers the birth of C.S. Lewis, the famous author behind the fiction series The Chronicles of Narnia in 1898. Kerry Sayers reminisces on the day in 1972 when gaming company Atari introduced the first video coin-operated console called Pong. Bill looks back to the day in 1989 when the people of Czechoslovakia took part in a two-week-long rebellion remembered as The Velvet Revolution. Ellee recalls the time when President George H.W. Bush signed the Immigration Act of 1990, and Kerry closes with a profile of comedian Garry Shandling on the day of his birth in 1949
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