Wow! As I was preparing to go to work last night, I tuned in to CPT 12 expecting to see Bill Moyers and, frankly, was disappointed to see another program taking the place of Moyers & Co. That disappointment disappeared almost immediately as I began to listen to Russell Means speak. I stood there, transfixed, for the entire program. I must have a DVD of that episode. The only drawback to the experience was my own realization that the very people who would most benefit from what Means had to say, to perhaps loosen a bit their rigid ethnocentrism, are the same people who wouldn't trouble themselves to listen or, if they did, would do their best to discount and dismiss what he has to say to us. I, for one, found it incredibly uplifting and inspiring. Thank you ever so much, Russell Means.
CPT12 Response: Thank you for your email. We are glad you enjoyed the program. DVD’s of The 11th Hour: Russell Means episode are available through Colorado Public Television. Please contact Dominic Dezzutti at 303-991-5030 to purchase a copy. Moyers and Company ended production with the January 2nd, 2015 episode. Please click on the link below to read Bill Moyer’s farewell letter. http://billmoyers.com/2014/09/29/good-run/
All the Best,
Incredible Program with Russell Means
Posted: January 16, 2015
by Name Withheld
Program: 11th Hour, The
we need leaders that exhibit and communicate this level of thinking and responsibility. bless you, RMeans!
CPT12 Response: Thank you for your email.
The 11th Hour series was produced by Colorado Public Television from 1991 through 2003 and featured some 60 distinguished individuals including Steve Allen, Allen Ginsberg, Rep. Pat Schroeder, Roger Ebert, Dr. Jane Goodall, Dick Gregory and Russell Means.
We are very proud of the series and are glad you enjoyed the program.
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Roger Ebert 11th hour
Posted: January 11, 2015
by Bill Offutt
Program: 11th Hour, The
i recently saw on PBS (KBDIFriday night) a talk given by Roger Ebert several years ago on a program called The 11th Hour. The talk was given several years ago--at the end, the station said it could be ordered as a DVD--but i missed the phone number for ordering.I can't find it at the PBS shop. Can you find it for me-I'd like to order it. Thanks Bill Offutt