LOS ANGELES (AP) - A documentary about five separate years in David Bowie's life will run this weekend on Showtime. "David Bowie: Five Years" examines 1971, when he created Ziggy Stardust, then moves on to 1975, the year of "Young Americans" and "Thin White Duke." It will explore 1977 with his "Low" and "Heroes" albums, then 1980 for "Ashes to Ashes." It ends with 1983 and the "Let's Dance" era. "David Bowie: Five Years" airs Friday. Meanwhile, the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago will present an exhibit on Bowie beginning September 23 through January 4. It will include handwritten lyrics, costumes, set designs and rare performance material.