Extras

Video thumbnail: From the WTTW Archive From the Archive: Saul Bellow

From the WTTW Archive

From the Archive: Saul Bellow

Saul Bellow discusses his Nobel Prize on WTTW in 1977.

From the Archive: Saul Bellow

Video thumbnail: From the WTTW Archive The Opening of the Illinois Holocaust Museum

From the WTTW Archive

The Opening of the Illinois Holocaust Museum

The opening of the Illinois Holocaust Museum and Education Center in 2009.

The Opening of the Illinois Holocaust Museum

Video thumbnail: From the WTTW Archive An Interview with Elie Wiesel

From the WTTW Archive

An Interview with Elie Wiesel

The writer, Nobel laureate, and Holocaust survivor Elie Wiesel speaks to Chicago Tonight.

An Interview with Elie Wiesel

Video thumbnail: From the WTTW Archive An Interview with Art Spiegelman, Author of Maus

From the WTTW Archive

An Interview with Art Spiegelman, Author of Maus

The author of the Pulitzer Prize-winning graphic novel Maus speaks to Chicago Tonight.

An Interview with Art Spiegelman, Author of Maus

Video thumbnail: From the WTTW Archive Chicagoans Saved by Oskar Schindler

From the WTTW Archive

Chicagoans Saved by Oskar Schindler

The story of two Chicagoans who survived the Holocaust thanks to Oskar Schindler.

Chicagoans Saved by Oskar Schindler

Video thumbnail: From the WTTW Archive From the Archive: Joan Didion

From the WTTW Archive

From the Archive: Joan Didion

Writer Joan Didion on WTTW's Callaway Interviews in 1977.

From the Archive: Joan Didion

Video thumbnail: From the WTTW Archive From the Archive: Bill Veeck

From the WTTW Archive

From the Archive: Bill Veeck

Legendary baseball owner Bill Veeck from WTTW's archive.

From the Archive: Bill Veeck

Video thumbnail: From the WTTW Archive From the Archive: Harold Washington

From the WTTW Archive

From the Archive: Harold Washington

Excerpts from Harold Washington's appearances on WTTW throughout his political career.

From the Archive: Harold Washington

Video thumbnail: From the WTTW Archive From the Archive: Blair Kamin

From the WTTW Archive

From the Archive: Blair Kamin

Chicago Tribune architecture critic Blair Kamin on his first review, from 2001.

From the Archive: Blair Kamin

Video thumbnail: From the WTTW Archive From the Archive: Maria Tallchief

From the WTTW Archive

From the Archive: Maria Tallchief

Ballerina Maria Tallchief discusses ballet and her Native American heritage in 1978.

From the Archive: Maria Tallchief

Video thumbnail: From the WTTW Archive From the Archive: Lech Walesa

From the WTTW Archive

From the Archive: Lech Walesa

Former Polish president and dissident Lech Walesa in a 2009 interview.

From the Archive: Lech Walesa

Video thumbnail: From the WTTW Archive From the Archive: Opera Legend Leontyne Price

From the WTTW Archive

From the Archive: Opera Legend Leontyne Price

Leontyne Price on being a pioneer and :the burden and the glory" of being an artist.

From the Archive: Opera Legend Leontyne Price

Video thumbnail: From the WTTW Archive From the Archive: Gloria Steinem in 2010

From the WTTW Archive

From the Archive: Gloria Steinem in 2010

Gloria Steinem talks with Carol Marin in 2010.

From the Archive: Gloria Steinem in 2010

Video thumbnail: From the WTTW Archive From the Archive: Gloria Steinem in 1986

From the WTTW Archive

From the Archive: Gloria Steinem in 1986

John Calloway interviews Gloria Steinem in 1986.

From the Archive: Gloria Steinem in 1986

Video thumbnail: From the WTTW Archive From the Archive: Jane Kramer, 'New Yorker' Writer

From the WTTW Archive

From the Archive: Jane Kramer, 'New Yorker' Writer

'New Yorker' writer Jane Kramer speaks with WTTW's John Callaway in 1978.

From the Archive: Jane Kramer, 'New Yorker' Writer

Video thumbnail: From the WTTW Archive Hazel Johnson on Pollution on Chicago's Southeast Side

From the WTTW Archive

Hazel Johnson on Pollution on Chicago's Southeast Side

The "mother of environmental justice" discusses pollution in her Chicago community.

Hazel Johnson on Pollution on Chicago's Southeast Side

Video thumbnail: From the WTTW Archive A 2003 Interview with Caroll Spinney, Big Bird Performer

From the WTTW Archive

A 2003 Interview with Caroll Spinney, Big Bird Performer

Caroll Spinney, the performer of Big Bird and Oscar the Grouch, on Chicago Tonight in 2003

A 2003 Interview with Caroll Spinney, Big Bird Performer

Video thumbnail: From the WTTW Archive Architect Stanley Tigerman in 1979

From the WTTW Archive

Architect Stanley Tigerman in 1979

Architect Stanley Tigerman discusses his philosophy of architecture in 1971.

Architect Stanley Tigerman in 1979

Video thumbnail: From the WTTW Archive Sammy Davis, Jr. on 'Our People' in 1968

From the WTTW Archive

Sammy Davis, Jr. on 'Our People' in 1968

Sammy Davis, Jr. discusses the civil rights movement on WTTW's 'Our People' in 1968.

Sammy Davis, Jr. on 'Our People' in 1968

Video thumbnail: From the WTTW Archive Inside the Ferrara Pan Candy Factory

From the WTTW Archive

Inside the Ferrara Pan Candy Factory

Tour the Chicago-based Ferrara Pan company's candy factory in a 2004 clip.

Inside the Ferrara Pan Candy Factory

Video thumbnail: From the WTTW Archive Wonderland Express with Geoffrey Baer

From the WTTW Archive

Wonderland Express with Geoffrey Baer

Geoffrey Baer visits the Chicago Botanic Garden's Wonderland Express in 2006.

Wonderland Express with Geoffrey Baer

Video thumbnail: From the WTTW Archive Why the Our Lady of the Angels Fire Was So Bad

From the WTTW Archive

Why the Our Lady of the Angels Fire Was So Bad

A volunteer fireman explains why the Our Lady of the Angels Fire was so devastating.

Why the Our Lady of the Angels Fire Was So Bad

Video thumbnail: From the WTTW Archive A Survivor Recalls the Our Lady of Angels Fire

From the WTTW Archive

A Survivor Recalls the Our Lady of Angels Fire

A survivor of the tragic Our Lady of the Angels school fire in Chicago recalls it.

A Survivor Recalls the Our Lady of Angels Fire

Video thumbnail: From the WTTW Archive Composer Aaron Copland in Conversation with John Callaway

From the WTTW Archive

Composer Aaron Copland in Conversation with John Callaway

Renowned composer Aaron Copland is interviewed in 1981 on WTTW's Callaway Interviews.

Composer Aaron Copland in Conversation with John Callaway