The Dust Bowl
Clip: Season 1
Woody Guthrie moves to Los Angeles in the second half of the 1930s and supports himself with odd jobs. He finally gets a radio show of his own and a newspaper column called “Woody Sez” and gains a reputation as a radical for sympathizing with the migrants.
Aired: 11/18/12 |
Clip: S1 | 5m 8s
Clip: S1 | 3m 26s
You Gave Us Beer, Now Give Us Water
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Reaping the Whirlwind
Ep2 | 1h 55m 45s | WETA Passport
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