ABC Special for Thursday, Feb 05, 2009
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Taped segments with John Donvan (ABC), US Airways pilot Chesley Sullenberger, ABC News Aviation Consultant John Nance, United Flight 232 pilot Al Haynes, and actor Charlton Heston re: Sullenberger’s piloting of US Airways Flight 1549 to a water landing in the Hudson River last month.
Taped segment with Cynthia McFadden (ABC), actress Salma Hayek, UNICEF USA President Caryl Stern, Proctor & Gamble executives Bryan McCleary, Nada Dugas, and Austin Lally, Geert Cappelaere of UNICEF Sierra Leone, and unidentified others re: Selma Hayek’s participation in UNICEF’s efforts to prevent deaths from tetanus in Sierra Leone and elsewhere.
An update by McFadden re: reports about Olympic gold medalist Michael Phelps smoking marijuana.
- Donvan, John
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