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Tue, January 25, 6am-7am ET/PT

History Channel

Classroom

JFK: A Presidency Revealed, Part 1.

President John F. Kennedy's legacy is largely defined by the permanent

scar his assassination left on America's psyche. This 3-part analysis

reveals the saga of an amazing man who led the charge in a

technologically advancing world, yet was restricted by personal

obstacles, national crises, and international challenges. Using JFK's

private records, phone logs, medical reports, and secret recordings of

staff meetings, we expose a flawed giant who dominated his time

through sheer determination.

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Wed, January 26, 6am-7am ET/PT

History Channel

Classroom

JFK: A Presidency Revealed, Part 2.

Using previously unreleased images, including Kennedy Family home

movies and photos from Life magazine's archive, combined with the 35th

President's private records, phone logs, medical reports, and secret

recordings of staff meetings, we trace John Fitzgerald Kennedy's

journey from privileged roots as son of a wealthy Irish-American

entrepreneur to groundbreaking presidency--as both the first Catholic

and youngest man ever to be elected to America's highest office.

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Thu, January 27, 6am-7am ET/PT

History Channel

Classroom

JFK: A Presidency Revealed, Part 3.

To help capture the essence of the man and the times in which he lived

and led, we deliver in-depth interviews with a broad spectrum of

experts and luminaries, including administration insiders Arthur

Schlesinger and Ted Sorensen; Egon Bahr, Willy Brandt's press

secretary, and Dr. Sergei Khrushchev, Nikita's son; historians Robert

Dallek, Evan Thomas, and Aleksandr Fursenko; presidential journalists

Sander Vanocur, Hugh Sidey, and Ben Bradlee; and JFK friends Paul

"Red" Fay and John Seigenthaler.

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Thu, January 27, 9:30pm-10pm ET/PT

Fri, January 28, 1:30AM-2AM ET/PT

History Channel

History's Mysteries

Somebody Killed the President.

The President of the United States has the most powerful job in the

world. Even with a round-the-clock guard, there's always the danger

that a determined assassin will get through. Since 1865, four

presidents have been killed: Abraham Lincoln, 1865; James Garfield,

1881; William McKinley, 1901; and John F. Kennedy, 1963. We examine

these White House victims.

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Sunday, January 30 @ 11:30am ET/PT

History Channel

History's Mysteries

Political Assassinations.

A look at murders that were committed in order to change a country's

policies or to shape world events, including the 1968 assassination of

Senator Robert F. Kennedy; the 1978 murder of Aldo Moro, leader of the

Italian Christian Democrats and a former prime minister; and the 1948

killing of Mahatma Gandhi

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Thursday Feb 04 2005 @ 07:00 PM

Friday Feb 05 2005 @ 03:00 AM

Friday Feb 05 2005 @ 11:00 AM

Discovery Times

Kennedy & Castro: The Secret History

Recent declassified information reveals that at the height of the Cold

War, JFK and Castro were engaged in secret communication exploring

ways to normalize U.S.-Cuba relations.

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