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Episode 54: All In The Family, Part 01

This week join Steve and Jonathan as they discuss the groundbreaking US sitcom, All In The Family. Why it worked, in what ways is it a product of the 1970s and in what ways is it timeless? We’ll even tip-toe toward whether the show could be re-done today to address our newest president…

Then be sure to stop back two weeks from now on March 9th, 2017 to listen to Part 02 of our discussion on Archie Bunker and All In The Family. You can leave a comment on this page and can always reach us via email at: feedback@tvhistorypod.com

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Episode 06: The Rural Purge

This week Steve, Andrew and Jonathan discuss the thinking behind CBS’s 1960s Rural Purge. Why did it happen? What types of content followed it? What does “the great man of history” have to do with it all? Was that the last time rural depictions ever graced the Tiffany network? So, give up your city livin’, grab a pitchfork, and don’t mind Uncle Joe (he’s just movin’ kinda slow) and join us down at the junction of 1960s ratings, demographics, and the network’s interpretation of Marshall McLuhan.

Then be sure to stop back two weeks from now on Thursday April 9th, 2015 to listen to our seventh full length episode. You can leave a comment on this page and can always reach us via email at: feedback@tvhistorypod.com

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Check out a great six part blog series on the Rural Purge here