Daily Archives: January 24, 2018

Fantasy Novelist Ursula Le Guin, Who Explored Resistance & Change, Dies at Age 88

First Broadcast of CBS’s World News Roundup: March 13, 1938

Published on Nov 23, 2013

Featuring Robert Trout, William L. Shirer, and Edward R. Murrow.

A Bit About Edward R. Murrow – Casey Murrow

Published on Oct 4, 2013

The Nahman-Watson Library’s annual celebration of Banned Books Week with a conversation with Casey Murrow. Casey is a Vermont educator and the son of historic broadcast journalist Edward R. Murrow. He discusses freedom of information and the press, as well as his father’s legacy and important work during the McCarthy era.

Good Night and Good Luck…The Story of Edward R. Murrow (1975)

Published on Jan 1, 2018

From a PBS rebroadcast of a 1975 documentary produced by the BBC on the life and career of Murrow. Quality varies due to original tape conditions. Posted for educational and historical purposes only. All material is under the copyright of their original holders. No copyright infringement is intended.

Joseph McCarthy denounces Edward R. Murrow on “See It Now” – April 6, 1954

KD Published on Oct 26, 2015

April 6, 1954, “See It Now” on CBS. This is Senator Joseph McCarthy’s televised response to Edward R. Murrow’s famous See It Now broadcast, which aired a month earlier. Murrow offered McCarthy a chance to respond in the original broadcast. Video located by Noah C. Cline.

“Wires and Lights in a Box” – Edward R. Murrow’s full RTNDA speech – 1958

KDPublished on Aug 11, 2014

Edward R. Murrow’s famous speech to the Radio and Television News Directors Association in 1958.

How To Solve the Califfornia Water Shortage with Dr. Richard Oppenlander

If we Don’t Regulate Capitalism It Will Dismantle Democracy!

A Panel Discussion on Climate Change in New England

Published on Jan 8, 2014

Tony Leiserowitz moderates a panel discussion on Climate Change in New England at a A Town Hall Meeting, entitled, “Climate Change in New England: What’s Next?” which explores how global warming will affect New England in the 21st century and how the region is preparing for the coming changes.

Presidential Panel on Climate Change

Harvard University
Published on Apr 16, 2015
Experts from the worlds of science, government, economics, business, and history gather in Sanders Theatre for a wide-ranging panel discussion on how society in general and universities in particular can best confront the perils posed by climate change.

Monday, April 13, 2015 at 4:00 p.m. in Sanders Theatre

Charlie Rose
Host and Executive Producer, Charlie Rose, PBS
Co-anchor, CBS This Morning

Joseph Aldy
Assistant Professor of Public Policy, Harvard Kennedy School

Christopher Field
Lane Professor for Interdisciplinary Environmental Studies, Stanford University

Rebecca Henderson
McArthur University Professor, Harvard University

John Holdren
Assistant to the President for Science and Technology, The White House

Richard Newell
Gendell Professor of Energy and Environmental Economics, Duke University

Naomi Oreskes
Professor of the History of Science, Harvard Faculty of Arts and Sciences

Daniel Schrag
Sturgis Hooper Professor of Geology, Harvard Faculty of Arts and Sciences