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AP Documentaries

An exploration of historical stories behind some of the most transformative moments in history.

The World Up Close

From wars to elections, from sporting events to demands for equality that change lives, the AP brand is always a reflection of one of our oldest sayings: Get it first — but first, get it right.

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Revolution In Iran

A four part mini-series marking 40 years since Iran’s 1979 Islamic Revolution, when 2,500 years of monarchy gave way to a Shiite Muslim-led theocracy.

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Lunar Muse

Five part mini-series that explores the ways in which the moon and the cosmos have long captured the popular imagination.

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The Manson Notes

Fifty years after the Tate-LaBianca murders, AP reporter Linda Deutsch revisits her notes, recalling a slice of American history known for its ghastly violence.

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Eyewitness to Execution

AP reporter Michael Graczyk has witnessed more than 400 executions in Texas, the nation’s busiest capital punishment state.

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The Fight for New York

The Associated Press fanned out across New York City, following residents for 24 hours as they try to survive - and do their part - to save a city under siege by a pandemic.

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Cuba In Transition

Three part mini-documentary on a changing Cuba and establishment of AP’s bureau within its borders.

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Lessons of Woodstock

This mini-film explains how Woodstock was the music festival that has defined music festivals ever since.

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Caravan From Above

AP drone footage shows Central American migrants heading north through Mexico.

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Echoes of MLK

Five part mini-series that examines the resounding impact of the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. on America and the world.

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What Can Be Saved?

An environmental series about how ordinary people and scientists are working to restore ecosystems and species in a world damaged by climate change. Produced by the Associated Press with support by the Howard Hughes Medical Institute.

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Liberation Heroes: The Last Eyewitnesses

Heroic veterans share their remarkable WWII stories of liberation. Produced by Andy Friendly Productions and The Shoah Foundation with photographic/video contributions by The Associated Press.

Winner of the Impact Docs “Best of Show” award and the Sedona International Film Festival “Audience Choice” award.

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AP Podcasts

Informative podcasts hosted by Associated Press reporters. Listen and subscribe today!

AP Top 25

Host Ralph Russo tackles on and off-field issues of the sport with an insider look into the AP Poll.


AP Books

New and upcoming books from The Associated Press featuring stories and reports about the events, people and ideas that have shaped our world.

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