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Today: President Carter in Cairo #837758

NBC Special for Thursday, Mar 08, 1979

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  • NBC Special Today Show: President Carter in Cairo.
  • Anchored by Tom Brokaw and Gene Shalit with reports by Bob Jameson, Bob Allison, Carl Stern, Bob Jimenez, Bob Ryan, Bob Abernathy, Richard Valeriani.
  • Segments include effects of radiation, nuclear industry; Beverly McKenzie of Another World; Allanna Davis; airlines; Tehran; EOE misleading; GA state song, Ray Charles, Peggy Chiles; winter season.
  • Interviews with Aida Berio, Dr Helen Caldicott.
  • Live footage of Carter and Sadat in Cairo begins at 07:39:00-07:50:40.

  • Reporter(s):
    Stern, Carl;
    Allison, Bob;
    Jameson, Bob;
    Jimenez, Bob;
    Ryan, Bob;
    Abernathy, Bob;
    Valeriani, Richard

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