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Indy in the '50s
Mike Ahern narrates this scrapbook, highlighting the growth and popular culture of Indianapolis during the 1950s.
Indy in the '60s
In the ‘60s, simplicity was everything. Beatlemania at the Fairgrounds. The tragedy of the Coliseum Disaster. Men walked on the moon. A president was assassinated. Join WFYI for a journey with those who lived it, among them Jane Pauley, George McGinnis, Richard Lugar, and a teen cook at the Riviera Club—Mitch Daniels.
First In, Last Out: A History of Fighting Fire in Indianapolis
First In, Last Out: A History of Fighting Fire in Indianapolis tells the history of Indianapolis Fire Department and gives the public a glimpse inside the life of current firefighters.
For Gold and Glory
Retraces a little-known chapter in American sports history: the heritage of the Gold and Glory Sweepstakes, an auto racing circuit for African-American drivers and mechanics, set against a backdrop of racial unrest in America during the 1920s and '30s.
Wings for Maggie Ray
Wings for Maggie Ray, an hour-long documentary from Indianapolis filmmaker Philip M. Paluso, tells the story of an Indiana farm girl who answered her country's call to duty and ultimately became a flying legend.