Spy Machines

Before Spy Machines is through, it’s soaring just as high as the orbital satellites it discusses.  –  New York Post

Well done. Spy Machines represents what we expect of NOVA. 
It deals with a substantial topic. –  New York Times


George Peabody Award

Chicago International Film Festival – Silver Award

Spy Machines was a one-hour NOVA science documentary that traced the development of aerial and space surveillance.  It was broadcast nationally on PBS in 1987 on the 25th anniversary of the Cuban Missile Crisis, an event the film explores in detail.

A production of KCET/Los Angeles for WGBH/Boston’s NOVA series.

Blaine Baggett: KCET Senior Producer

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