- George Washington
- Thomas Edison: Invented the electric light bulb, phonograph, & motion pictures
- Franklin D. Roosevelt: Meet F.D.R.
- Harry S. Truman: In his blunt speaking style
- Golda Meir: As Prime Minister
Peter M. Small, aka George Washington: Meet the “Father of our Country” as he separates fact from myth about his life from the cherry tree to crossing the Delaware River.
Thomas Jefferson: He was the third President, the “Sage of Monticello” would rather be remembered as a scientist, farmer, inventor, architect, and author of the Declaration of Independence.
Thomas Edison: This interactive program shows how Edison invented the electric light bulb, phonograph, and motion pictures.
Franklin D. Roosevelt: Meet F.D.R. as he looks back at his accomplishments as President and ahead to victory in World War II and rebuilding the postwar world.
Harry S. Truman: In his blunt speaking style, President Truman tells how he met the challenges of the Presidency from dropping the Atomic Bomb to the dismissal of General Mac Arthur.
Golda Meir: As Prime Minister of an embattled nation, her story is also the story of Israel.