Explore what happened to the USS Oklahoma, the only battleship to capsize during the Pearl Harbor attack. Examine new details about what may have caused the ship to overturn and hear stories from Oklahoma survivors and families of those lost.
Kentucky veterans tell personal stories of their time in Vietnam.
The popular singing quartet that originated at Western Kentucky University in the 1950s is profiled.
On the eve of the 75th anniversary of the Pearl Harbor attack, join the first expedition to explore inside the USS Arizona since Dec. 7, 1941.
Historian Henry Louis Gates Jr. explores the fissures within the country that deepened through the 1980s and '90s. He visits TV host Oprah Winfrey and billionaire Bob Johnson, who blazed astonishing trails during this time.
Henry Louis Gates Jr. explores the tremendous gains and persistent challenges of the last five decades of African-American history since the major civil rights victories.
This Veterans Day program looks at one of the nation's largest flag retirement ceremonies, held by the Jeffersontown American Legion. We learn more about the life of Willa Brown Chappell, a Glasgow native who broke barriers as an African-American female pilot. We meet Pete Harry of Christian County, a Vietnam veteran who makes saddles by hand. And Doug Flynn visits Eastern Kentucky University in Richmond to discover why it is one of the top destinations for veterans.
In the Season 5 opener, new appraisals and stories from Northern Kentucky include a priceless piece of American history: a telegram from Martin Luther King Jr.
Watch Now: The documentary follows the creation of Lin-Manuel Miranda's pop culture Broadway phenomenon "Hamilton," and the history behind it. Interviews with historians, presidents Obama and G. W. Bush, Questlove, Stephen Sondheim, Jimmy Fallon, Nas, and more.