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The Reagan Presidency is a new documentary focusing on President Reagan’s domestic and foreign policy decisions during his two terms in office. It premieres on WTTW11 at 8:00 pm Thursday. Watch a trailer and read more about Reaganomics.

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We meet the filmmakers who have made a career out of restoring Rolling Stones movies.

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A new documentary takes you deep inside India's clean water crisis through the eyes of Northwestern University students struggling to figure out how they can help – or whether they can at all. It premieres on WTTW11 at 9:00 pm. We get a preview.

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Thomas Beeby was the architect of the Harold Washington Library Center and he's now the subject of a new WTTW documentary. Geoffrey Baer gives us a preview of The Invisible Hand.

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We look closer at civil rights icon Whitney Young, who believed corporate America could be a friend, not a foe, to the movement for equality.

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The 2013 Oscar nominations are officially public. We talk with two film critics about the crowded field of contenders for Hollywood’s top prize.

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We take a look at the life of one of American ballet's most influential leaders.

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WTTW’s latest documentary takes a nostalgic look at Chicago in the 1970s and 1980s. We get a preview.

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A new film takes an irreverent look at the Electoral College. We talk with the co-producer of Electoral Dysfunction.

New Doc Goes Behind the Scenes of Wisconsin’s Historic Labor Battle

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We talk with the filmmaker behind As Goes Janesville, which goes deep into Wisconsin’s historic labor battle under Gov. Scott Walker.

"American Experience"

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Olympic hero Jesse Owens is profiled in a new PBS documentary premiering Tuesday night on WTTW11. We talk with two of Jesse Owens' daughters about his remarkable life.

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Architect Michael Graves changed American cities in the 1980s and designed thousands of products for Target. Then, a mysterious illness paralyzed him and gave his career new purpose. We preview Geoffrey Baer's new Graves documentary.

 

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Young poets and storytellers compete this week at the Louder Than a Bomb festival. We talk to the co-founder of the fest and one of its stars.

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Chicago Tonight presents a 30-minute special after Frontline: The Interrupters airs on our station tonight. Join us at 10:00 pm for a series of three panel discussions moderated by Carol Marin and Phil Ponce, and produced by Emmy winner Jay Shefsky.

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It's a big year for Chicago's Joffrey Ballet. We hear all about it from the artistic director, and a visiting guest from the Royal Ballet in London.

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Bayard Rustin

On this Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday, we meet the man behind the March on Washington, the "invisible man" of the Civil Rights movement -- Bayard Rustin.