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Nightline #990375

ABC Special for Monday, Mar 21, 2011

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  • Taped segment with Alexander Marquardt (ABC) and President Barack Obama, and a brief live discussion between Bill Weir (ABC) and Martha Raddatz (ABC) re: the US role in support of rebel forces in Libya.
  • Taped segment with David Wright (ABC), theoretical physicist Dr. Michio Kaku, Columbia University Associate Research Scientist Dr. Norman Kleiman, Caroline Smith DeWaal of the Center for Science in the Public Interest, and unidentified others re: assessments of the radiation danger from Japan’s damaged nuclear reactors.
  • Taped segment with Cynthia McFadden (ABC), “Los Angeles Times” awards expert Tom O’Neil, Current TV “Infomania” host Brett Elrich, “People” movie critic Alynda Wheat, and Movieline Chief Film Critic Elvis Mitchell re: a preview of an upcoming ABC broadcast featuring opinions about the best movie kisses.
  • Reporter(s):
    Marquardt, Alexander;
    Wright, David;
    McFadden, Cynthia
    Duration:
    00:25:00

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