I had forgotten about this series since it didn't last long against "Cosby Show" and "Family Ties." It might have found success today since it must have been cheap to produce. Each episode focused on a specific month or season and reviewed major news events, with interviews with people who were there, and hit songs of the time in the background. I wouldn't say it was particularly profound, but it was an interesting concept that was executed well. I really enjoyed Linda Ellerbee and Ray Gandolf as the hosts. Some of the episodes were especially good. I really enjoyed October 1962, summer of 1973, and "Liberation Summer" of '44. I was in college at the time and recorded most of the episodes, but they've been lost over the years unfortunately. I never did get to see the first episode--summer of '69.
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