There was still some time before the clouds would come and the rain would start to fall. Sunbeams everywhere. I think of you and hope you are fine, just like the weather.
UFOs: Seeing Is Believing is a two-hour American television special documentary film that aired on ABC on February 24, 2005. The program is narrated by Peter Jennings and features UFOs. It was produced by PJ Productions and Springs Media for ABC News. The documentary mentions: * UFO sightings (Kenneth Arnold sighting, Phoenix Lights, Illinois police "black triangle" sighting incident): features CSICOP scientific consultant James McGaha, Seth Shostak and Jill Tarter of the SETI Institute, J. Allen Hynek * the alleged Roswell UFO incident: features clips from Unsolved Mysteries and X-Files; Stanton Friedman * alien abductions: features clip from Taken; hypnotist Hopkins, psychologist Susan Clancy * space travel: features clips from Star Wars Episode 2 and Star Trek; Michio Kaku The documentary has since aired on the National Geographic Channel ([http://channel.nationalgeographic.com/channel/credits/ons2359.html credits]).
Forty years after the assassination of John F. Kennedy, more than 80% of Americans still believe that Lee Harvey Oswald did not act alone. This documentary attempts to separate fact from conspiracy theories to get to the truth, employing stunning forensic technology that makes it possible for the first time to be an eyewitness to this crime of the century – to see precisely what happened that November day in Dallas.
Documenting how The New York Times buried reports of The Holocaust during WWII, this short film--inspired by Laurel Leff's award-winning book Buried by The Times--investigates the behavior of the Jewish-owned major American newspaper.
Going beyond the occasional news clip from Burma, the acclaimed filmmaker, Anders Østergaard, brings us close to the video journalists who deliver the footage. Though risking torture and life in jail, courageous young citizens of Burma live the essence of journalism as they insist on keeping up the flow of news from their closed country.
Reporting Scotland is BBC Scotland's national television news programme. The programme first aired on 1 April 1968, with three main presenters - the most famous being Mary Marquis. It is the only Scottish national news programme in the English language on air, with commercial broadcaster STV providing regional news services for the North of Scotland and the West and East of Central Scotland. ITV Border's news service is shown in southern Scotland and Cumbria.
Peter Jennings Reporting was a continuing series of documentaries produced and hosted by ABC News anchor Peter Jennings that aired on ABC. Many of these documentaries were produced by Jennings's production company, PJ Productions, and are currently distributed in DVD format by Koch Vision. The series debuted in 1990. Documentaries include The Search for Jesus in 2000 and Jesus and Paul — the Word and the Witness in 2004. International news was also a focus of these documentaries, covering the tense relations between India and Pakistan, the conflict in Bosnia, the crisis in Haiti, the war in Iraq, and the drug trade in Central and South America. Important domestic issues also reported were gun control policy, the politics of abortion, the crisis in funding for the arts and a highly praised chronicle of the accused bombers of Oklahoma City. The series earned many awards, including the 2004 Edward R. Murrow award for best documentary for The Kennedy Assassination — Beyond Conspiracy.