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Nightline #856171

ABC Special for Thursday, Mar 29, 2007

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  • Taped segment with Jim Avila (ABC), Hot Doug’s owner Doug Sohn, Chicago Alderman Joe Moore, Chicago Mayor Richard Daley, chef Charlie Trotter, actress Pam Anderson‡, chef Michael Tsonton‡, and unidentified others re: issues related to the Chicago city council’s ban on serving foie gras at Chicago restaurants.
  • Taped segment with Jim Sciutto (ABC), Great Britain Prime Minister Tony Blair, former British Marine Scott Fallon‡, body language analyst Robert Phipps, captured British sailor Faye Turney, and British Royal Navy Admiral Sir Alan West re: the status of eight British sailors who are being held captive by Iran.
  • Taped segment with Ryan Owens (ABC), CouchSurfing co-founders Casey Fenton and Daniel Hoffer, CouchSurfer Amanda Charrion, CouchSurfer Alex Fisher, and CouchSurfer Sylvia Yee re: the CouchSurfing internet website, which connects travelers with people all over the world who are willing to let them stay in their homes while they’re visiting.
  • Reporter(s):
    Avila, Jim;
    Sciutto, Jim;
    Owens, Ryan

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