Mike Robertson takes the music, movies, and media that Boomer audiences know so well...and he finds new meaning, fascinating background info, video and audio clips, and a whole lot of humor. They're inspiring and eye-opening.
This four-part series takes a close look at the life and career of Elvis Presley, the King of Rock & Roll, while finding teachable moments and little-known background tidbits. How did this shy, awkward mama's boy become the biggest star in the world? The true story is stranger than fiction.
America's greatest band has been sharing Fun Fun Fun with the world for 60 years. Their story is perhaps the most incredible saga in rock music, filled with tragedy and triumph. You'll hear some great tunes and learn some amazing backstory about the five boys from Hawthorne, California.
The most-loved movie of all time is The Wonderful Wizard of Oz. But how did it come about? What important parts did you miss? You'll learn all sorts of little-know insights into this classic movie in this four-part series, which finds great and powerful truths along the Yellow Brick Road.
Who were the Fab Four and what events shaped their lives and personalities? This four-part series reveals the stuff you didn't know, and will give you a greater appreciation for this most-successful group.
Who doesn't love The Andy Griffith Show? In this four-week series, we look at the folks who made us laugh and sometimes cry, and learn how they came to be part of this show which has NEVER been off the air in more than 60 years! There are messages in this show that are still as relevant as ever.
He was the most famous director of the 20th Century...and perhaps the most influential. Mike will share what was so special about this odd man and why his movies are among the most suspenseful ever made.
The genius of a poor, blind, black child is an amazing story and in this three-part series, Mike looks at the growth and the foundations of Stevie Wonder. There's a lot you don't know and you'll find Stevie's story both inspiring and thrilling.
What can we possibly learn from a show which admits to being "about nothing?" Turns out there's a LOT to be learned. The most successful sitcom in history has big laughs and big ideas, often found in the smallest of topics. Are you a Jerry a George, an Elaine, or a — heaven help you—Kramer? This is a fun ride.