ABC Special for Tuesday, Aug 04, 2009
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A brief report by Cynthia McFadden re: this evening’s shootings at a health gym in Bridgeville, Pennsylvania, with taped excerpts of remarks by unidentified witnesses.
Taped segment with Martha Raddatz (ABC), Laura Ling’s father Doug Ling, New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, and former State Department official Peter Brookes re: the release earlier today of journalists Laura Ling and Euna Lee, after being held by North Korea for five months.
Taped segment with McFadden, celebrity chefs Martha Stewart, Rachel Ray, and Julia Child, and author Julie Powell‡ re: the new movie, “Julie & Julia,” which is based on Powell’s book about a woman who decides to cook all of the dishes contained in Julia Child’s recipe book.
Taped segment with Yunji de Nies (ABC), wrestler Troy Long‡, and veteran wrestler Jimmy Valiant re: the career of semi-professional wrestler Troy Long.
NOTE: Conclusion of broadcast preempted by a local weather bulletin.
- Raddatz, Martha;
- de Nies, Yunji
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