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  • Sep 23 7:00 pm
    Treasures of New York
    Hearst Tower
    Paula Zahn hosts this behind-the-scenes look inside Hearst's innovative headquarters with Hearst CEO Frank A. Bennack, Jr., architect Lord Norman Foster and Marie Claire Editor-in-Chief Joanna Coles, among others.
  • Sep 30 7:00 pm
    Treasures of New York
    US Open
    Treasures of New York uncovers the rich and exhilarating history of America’s legendary tennis championship, the US Open. In honor of the tournament’s 50th anniversary, this episode takes viewers behind the scenes of this globally renowned sporting event famed for its unforgettable matches, progressive history, and exuberant New York energy.
  • Oct 7 7:00 pm
    Treasures of New York
    The Juilliard School
    The history of the venerable New York City performing arts conservatory. Alumni Christine Baranski, Laura Linney, and Wynton Marsalis share stories, along with Juilliard President Joseph Polisi and President Designate Damian Woetzel.
  • Oct 14 7:00 pm
    Treasures of New York
    Pratt Institute
    This episode takes the viewer inside the prestigious design college to discover its vibrant Brooklyn history through the eyes of the two men who “built” it; industrialist Charles Pratt, who founded the school in 1887, and Dr. Thomas F. Schutte, who has been articulating Pratt’s vision since he became the school’s President in 1993. Hosted by Pete Hamill.
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  • Sep 27 8:00 pm
    Treasures of New York
    US Open
    Treasures of New York uncovers the rich and exhilarating history of America’s legendary tennis championship, the US Open. In honor of the tournament’s 50th anniversary, this episode takes viewers behind the scenes of this globally renowned sporting event famed for its unforgettable matches, progressive history, and exuberant New York energy.
  • Oct 4 8:00 pm
    Treasures of New York
    The Juilliard School
    The history of the venerable New York City performing arts conservatory. Alumni Christine Baranski, Laura Linney, and Wynton Marsalis share stories, along with Juilliard President Joseph Polisi and President Designate Damian Woetzel.
  • Oct 11 8:00 pm
    Treasures of New York
    Pratt Institute
    This episode takes the viewer inside the prestigious design college to discover its vibrant Brooklyn history through the eyes of the two men who “built” it; industrialist Charles Pratt, who founded the school in 1887, and Dr. Thomas F. Schutte, who has been articulating Pratt’s vision since he became the school’s President in 1993. Hosted by Pete Hamill.
  • Oct 18 8:00 pm
    Treasures of New York
    Barnard College
    In 1889, Barnard College opened with 14 women, who each paid one hundred and fifty dollars for classes in Greek, Latin and Math. For over 125 years, the school has created a place where women can receive the same undergraduate educational opportunities as men. Inspired by the rich history of its accomplished alumnae, dating back to its founder Annie Nathan Meyer, the school’s programs are dedicated to training women to be leaders. The school prides itself on creating a positive environment for women to excel. The list of accomplished Barnard College alumnae includes dancer and choreographer Twyla Tharp, anthropologist Margaret Mead, writer Zora Neale Hurston, entertainer Joan Rivers, musician Laurie Anderson, author Erica Jong and businesswoman Martha Stewart among many others. The history of the school and the stories of its continued relevance are revealed in Treasures of New York: Barnard College.
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