Charles Kuralt In 1994, retired CBS correspondent Charles Kuralt set out to spend a perfect year in America - traveling to his 12 favorite American places, in just the right month for a visit to each. With his well-known warmth, humor, and insight, he shows them to us now in Charles Kuralt's America. From Montana in September and Alaska in June to winter in Cajun country and spring in the North Carolina mountains, Kuralt's accounts are filled with unique people, stories, and experiences. America is suffused by a poet's love of language and is rich in the spirit and flavor of this infinite and varied land.
Charles Kuralt & Wallace Kuralt (introduction and notes) Charles Kuralt's classic best seller is now on audio!
"To read the front pages, you might conclude that Americans are mostly out for themselves...but you can't travel the back roads very long without discovering a multitude of gentle people doing good for others with no expectation of gain or recognition."
In this collection of short audio essays, Charles Kuralt takes us from the countryside to the big cities to introduce us to the fascinating people and places that only he could find. Kuralt captures the humor and compassion of ordinary people leading extraordinary lives.
From the best-selling book On the Road with Charles Kuralt, these classic stories represent Kuralt's defining, and perhaps finest, work. Never before released on audio, this collection ensures that his unforgettable voice will be heard by generations to come.
Charles Kuralt Throughout his almost four decades of life on the road, Charles Kuralt has introduced us to people and places that have warmed our hearts. Now in Charles Kuralt's Christmas, he retraces his most memorable Christmas sojourns to remind us of the many marvelous ways that we celebrate this special holiday.
Combining ageless pieces from his years at CBS News with never-before-recorded material, Kuralt takes us on an unforgettable journey. From the simple joys of sleigh riding and a colonial Williamsburg Christmas to thre modern-day wisemen and his historic Christmas in Vietnam, he demonstrates that the miraculous effects of the Christmas season survive even under the mot trying circumstances.
A listening treasure from one of our most beloved chroniclers, Charles Kuralt's Christmas will revive the holiday spirit in all of us.
Charles Kuralt Charles Kuralt is a national treasure, a reporter and man of the world who was to many the real and true voice of America. For more than 35 years, he delighted us with his On the Road reports, as an anchor of CBS News Sunday Morning, and with bestselling books that include On the Road with Charles Kuralt and Charles Kuralt's America. As Time magazine wrote, he was "the laureate of the common man."
The project that Kuralt was working on when he died was An American Moment with Charles Kuralt, a series of brief television essays about the people, places, and ideas that define the national spirit: the man who handcrafts the president's shoes; the origin of buffalo wings; Paul Bunyan's hometown of Bemidji, Minnesota; the Pony Express Museum; Pike Place Market in Seattle; Ferris wheels; and more.
A collection of enchanting and sometimes touching stories that brings back Charles Kuralt's distinctive voice, Charles Kuralt's American Moments celebrates the quintessential American character and traditions that he so loved.
Charles Kuralt More Charles Kuralt's American Moments takes us on a wonderful, joyous exploration of Americana with this second volume of never-before-available spoken-word accounts of what makes the United States so special.
An American Moment with Charles Kuralt - a timeless series of television essays about uniquely American people, places, and ideas - was Kuralt's last project before his death on Independence Day, 1997. In this rare and special recording, Kuralt visits: Noah Webster's House; the makers of the red, white and blue barber's pole; a hospital for eagles; the sequoia forest; the road less traveled; and more.
A remarkable collection of pieces that remind us of Charles Kuralt's unmatched ability to capture the extraordinary aspects of ordinary lives, More Charles Kuralt's American Moments warms the heart and touches the soul.
Charles Kuralt After almost four decades of life on the road, Charles Kuralt has visited every corner of the country, sharing with us his fascinating encounters with the people he's met along the way. Now in Charles Kuralt's Summer, he douses the heat with breezy tales of our most extraordinary summer celebrations.
Drawing on pieces from his years at CBS News as well as new never-before-recorded material, Kuralt recalls some of his favorite summertime adventures. From Memorial Day in Gettysburg and tubing down a Wisconsin river to stone skipping in Mackinac Island and Fourth of July rituals around America, Kuralt captures all of the joyous sounds of the season.
A listening treasure from one of our most beloved chroniclers, Charles Kuralt's Summer is like a cold glass of lemonade on a lazy, hazy summer afternoon.
Charles Kuralt Throughout his almost four decades of life on the road, Charles Kuralt has introduced us to people and places that have warmed our hearts. Now in Charles Kuralt's Spring, he disposes with winter's chill by recounting some of the most miraculous rites of spring he has witnessed over the years.
Combining ageless pieces from his years at CBS News with never-before-recorded material, Kuralt takes us on an unforgettable journey. From a garden blossoming along a Virginia roadside and the sap rising in the maple trees of Vermont to butterflies awakening and migrating along the California coast and jazz musicians chasing the winter blues away, Kuralt captures the beauty of spring in all its glory.
A listening treasure from one of our most beloved chroniclers, Charles Kuralt's Spring will brighten our hearts as spring brightens our days.