CNN Cold War Series: The Bomb
Honored with the prestigious 1998 George Foster Peabody Award, CNN's landmark COLD WAR series is the first major documentary on the subject.
The concept was proposed by CNN founder Ted Turner, the man celebrated worldwide for his revolutionary approach to news and information technology. In 1994, Turner approached Britain's Jeremy Isaacs -- already famous for his documentary series, "The World at War" -- to lead the project. Isaacs then assembled an acclaimed team of historians, writers and producers, and asked the actor Kenneth Branagh to provide the series' narration.
See also: Cold War Experience: The Bomb