A one hour special for A&E Biography on the men in country music that changed the way business was done in Music City. Guests include: Willie Nelson, Tanya Tucker, Shania Twain, Kris Kristofferson, Lorianne Crook, Joe Galante, Jessi Colter and Rodney Crowell.
With flavor names like Phish Food and Karamel Sutra, Ben & Jerry's Homemade ice cream has built a reputation over the years as a fun-loving company with a unique and creative approach to business. When Ben Cohen and Jerry Greenfield met in gym class in 1963, they realized that they shared two important qualities: a hatred for running and a love for food. They also agreed that it was no fun being in business just to earn a living--they wanted to enjoy themselves too. So in 1977 they turned to ice cream making by enrolling in a $5 correspondence course to learn the ...
He didn't invent rap, but Russell Simmons is, perhaps more than any other individual, responsible for the genre's astonishing success. This intimate BIO profile spotlights the founder of Def Jam Records who helped to bring black, hip-hop culture into the American mainstream.
FBI agents, including Oliver "Buck" Revell, who headed the Unabom investigation, trace the often-frustrating course of their long inquiry, from the first bomb in 1978 to the arrest of Kaczynski at his remote Montana cabin. The program also traces Kaczynski's life before he dropped out of society, interviewing his college roommate and a childhood neighbor.
This profile of the young comic traces Chappelle's story from his hometown of Yellow Springs, Ohio to his 2005 escape to South Africa. Find out how the young boy who once idolized the comedy of Bill Cosby became famous for racially provocative and envelope-pushing comedy.
One-hour special for A&E Biography on the women in country music that changed the way business was done in Music City. Guests include: Willie Nelson, Tanya Tucker, Shania Twain, Kris Kristofferson, Lorianne Crook, Joe Galante, Jessi Colter, Rodney Crowell and others.