Complete 73rd Annual Peabody Awards (May 19, 2014)

The Peabody Awards have been honoring “stories that matter” since 1941, recognizing distinguished achievement and excellence in broadcasting, including content available through television, radio and the web. This years winners include Orange Is the New Black, Scandal, Orphan Black, House of Cards, and Breaking Bad and is hosted by Ira Glass of This American Life. Previous hosts of the ceremony have included such legends as the late Walter Cronkite, Larry King, and Jon Stewart.Part 1 – A highlight reel with selection from all 46 programs, opening remarks from Peabody Awards Director Dr. Jeffrey P. Jones, remarks from host Ira Glass, and award acceptance speeches: Scandal, One-on-One with Assad, Hanford’s Dirty Secrets, In Plain Sight: Poverty in America, Borgen, Tom Brokaw: Personal Award, NewsChannel 5 Investigates: Questions of Influence, House of Cards, Louisiana Purchased, Independent Lens: The House I Live In and Reveal: The VA’s Opiate Overload.

Part 2 – Award acceptance speeches: The Central Park Five, The Race Card Project, Latino Americans, The Bridge, Great Performances: Broadway Musicals: A Jewish Legacy, The African Americans: Many Rivers to Cross with Henry Louis Gates, Jr., Key & Peele, The Story of Film: An Odyssey, Breaking Bad, A Short History of the Highrise, Six by Sondheim, Broadchurch, Independent Lens: How to Survive a Plague, Life According to Sam, Hollow, A Chef’s Life and Orange Is the New Black.Part 3 – Coverage of Boston Marathon Bombings, Best Kept Secret, Inside Syria’s War, The Law in These Parts, Fault Lines: Made in Bangladesh, Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown, Coverage of Supertyphoon Yolanda, Fault Lines: Haiti in a Time of Cholera, Burka Avenger, Independent Lens: The Invisible War, A Needed Response, Outside the Lines: NFL at a Crossroads: Investigating a Health Crisis, FRONTLINE: League of Denial, The NFL’s Concussion Crisis, Mea Maxima Culpa: Silence in The House of God, Orphan Black, The Returned, Harper High School and 180 Days: A Year Inside an American High School.