Good Night America Pilot-- A history of the Beatles from Liverpool to "Let It Be". On Film we journey with the Beatles from one of their first concerts in Europe, to their first tremendous concert in the United States, through hundreds of hit records and ultimately their breakup. Next we go to Central Park to see top recording artist, Carole King, give a free concert for all her fans in New York. The long, hard life of the migrant worker in the U.S. is portrayed on film, and the head of U.F.W., Cesar Chavez, comes into our studio to discuss the conditions of the migratory farm. Finally, we have a film segment on the birth of babies addicted to heroin..."The Littlest Junkie".
Geraldo is opening his vast library of tapes for your entertainment and edification. He reserves all legal rights to this material, and it is not for rebroadcast without his prior written approval but enjoy the ride.
Newly added to the archives
05 Jul 1979
20/20 Eyewitness news reporter Geraldo Rivera investigates the heroin epidemic's effects on pregnancy. How widespread is…
30 Nov 1978
Presciption medicines: Are you getting what you pay for? This program looks at generic drugs and the pharmaceutical industry…
Censorship & Bias?
02 Sep 2022
Is the administration complicit in big tech companies censorship and bias of inconvenient facts? Geraldo discusses the months…