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THE CRUSADES (1935, B&W) CECIL B. DE MILLE EPIC FILM. WITH LORETTA YOUNG, HENRY WILCOXON, IAN KEITH, KATHERINE DE MILLE, C. AUBREY SMITH, JOSEPH SCHILDKRAUT, ALAN HALE. PALESTINE SCENES. RICHARD THE LIONHEARTED. MEDIEVAL KNIGHTS. STORMING THE CASTLE. CATAPULT, BURNING FORTRESS, HORSE TROOPS. ARMIES ON HORSEBACK, RACE TOWARDS EACH OTHER IN THE DESERT
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KATE KENNEDY DAY
Item title reads - "Kate Kennedy" Day. Men students of St. Andrew's University pay homage to memory of their ancient Patroness, in annual pageant. Scotland. <br/> <br/>M/S as a student carrying a shield walks across a square with man dressed as bishop and someone dressed in white with a hood, a page boy carries the train. M/S as a man carrying a big white X emerges from under an arch followed by pipers. M/S of the bishop and woman stood on some rocks, she adjusts her dress. M/S aerial view of pipers followed by others dressed as historical figures including knights on horses.
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GOV. JEB BUSH IS EXPECTED TO SIGN THE STATE ELECTION REFORM BILL INTO LAW. THE BILL WOULD END PUNCH CARD BALLOTING IN FLORIDA. CHASE SCOTT REPORTS.
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Memorable football games and athletic feats of 1934
Australia Sentence - Woman jailed for murdering and cooking partner.
TAPE: EF01/0785 IN_TIME: 01:12:34 DURATION: 1:59 SOURCES: AuBC RESTRICTIONS: DATELINE: Newcastle - 8 Nov 2001 SHOTLIST: 1. Wide exterior of Newcastle courthouse 2. Entrance of courthouse 3. Various of Victim's family arriving at court 4. Lawyer arriving at court 5. Victim's brother being led away, shouting, from court by police 6. Victim's family members leaving court 7. Wide of victim's family members in conversation 8. SOUNDBITE: (English) Jonathan Price, victim's Son "Like I say, in America she would have got the death penalty. In Australia, I think the justice system is just too lenient. I mean, fair enough, she got life. (But) she's still going to be sitting there watching telly (television) and eating and sitting around like nothing's happened. That's just not good enough, I don't think. But I mean, that's not my decision. But I think it (the death sentence) should be (handed down) for all murder victims. It should be their (justices') decision. They actually make the law for these people." 9. Cutaway of camera operator 10. SOUNDBITE: (English) Jonathan Price, victim's Son "She (the accused) didn't say a thing. She more or less just sat there and took it all as a big joke. Like (as if) to her it was nothing. She didn't really care less." 11. Police truck driving away 12. Court room sketch of Katherine Knight STORYLINE: A woman who murdered her partner before skinning his body and carving it up to serve to his children was sentenced on Thursday to life in prison. New South Wales State Supreme Court Justice, Barry O'Keefe said 45 year-old Katherine Mary Knight was a "very dangerous person" and ordered her never to be released. Knight, an abattoir worker, pleaded guilty last month to murdering John Price, 44, at his home near Newcastle, 200 kilometres (120 miles) north of Sydney on or around February 29 last year. She stabbed Price - who had recently ended their relationship - at least 37 times, decapitated him and skinned his body before hanging the skin from a meat hook in her living room. She then put his head in a cooking pot and baked the flesh she sliced from his buttocks before arranging it with vegetables on plates for the son and daughter of the deceased. Prosecutors did not suggest to the court that the children ate the meal, with which Knight left vindictive notes. Knight claimed in court she could not remember what happened in the house, though prosecutors argued the act had long been planned. O'Keefe said the murderer played out resentments arising from her rejection by Price, from her impending expulsion from his home and from his refusal to share with her his assets, which he planned to retain for his children. Price's son Jonathan said outside the Newcastle courthouse that Knight, who appeared to show no remorse in court, should have received the death sentence.
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1935 The Crusades Trailer
The Crusades - 1935 b&w trailer - historical - Loretta Young, Henry Wilcoxon, Ian Keith, Alan Hale, Joseph Schildkraut, Katherine DeMille - men on horseback with armor move to camera pov - Saracen slave market - knights storm walls of castle - giant catapults hurl balls of fire at castle - fire and explosions - opposing medieval warriors on horseback clash
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PLEASE UNDERSTAND THAT EVEN IF YOU ORDER A SHOW BASED ON THE CATALOG NUMBER AND TITLE FROM THIS DATABASE WE CANNOT GUARANTEE THAT YOU WILL GET THE TAPE YOU ORDER. THIS IS BECAUSE THROUGH THE YEARS TAPES MAY HAVE BEEN PLACED IN THE INCORRECT CASES AND THE WRITTEN INFORMATION ON THE CASES IS ALL WE HAVE TO ID A TAPE BEFORE IT IS TRANSFERRED. WHILE WE WILL USE ALL EFFORTS TO EXPEDITE YOUR REQUEST, BUT WE CANNOT RUSH THE PROCESS, AND YOU ORDER THESE AT YOUR OWN RISK. IF WE DO NOT LOCATE THE TAPE THERE IS NO CHARGE, BUT IF WE DO AND IT IS REMOVED FROM THE FACILITY FOR TRANSFER, YOU WILL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR THESE NON-REFUNDABLE FEES. THE DAVID SUSSKIND SHOW 1969 - 1984 12/29/69 SAMANTHA SUSSKIND AND JULIET FUNT: BABES IN TOYLAND SAMANTHA SUSSKIND, JULIET FUNT, MRS. DAVID SUSSKIND, MRS. ALLEN FUNT, STEPHEN MILLER 18449 10/04/70 WOMEN'S LIB - MEN WHO LOVE IT! WOMEN WHO HATE IT! PART I - THE WOMEN:JEANNIE SAKOL, MONA ROMAN, VALERIE PASCAL DELACORTE, LUCI ANNE GOLDBERG, SUZANNE JAMES, CAROL GREGER PART II - THE MEN: TIMOTHY COONEY, DR. SHEPARD ARONSON, MARC FASTEAU, CARTER BALES, GERALD GARDNER 19437 11/22/70 GROUP ENCOUNTERS MEAN TOUCHING, FEELING, SCREAMING, STRIPPING HANNAH WEINER, HARRY SLOAN, BOB KRIEGEL, DAVIS SCHIFFMAN, MARTIN SHEPARD M.D, STEVE GELMAN 19444 12/27/70 OVERWEIGHT? UNHAPPY? EXPERTS ON DIETING DR. ROBERT ATKINS, ALYCE FINELL, DR. MORTON GLEN, JEREMY STEVENS, NANCY GOULD, DR. IRWIN STILLMAN 19445 12/27/70 WHERE THE BEAUTIFUL PEOPLE SWING DEREK HALL - CAINE, ELAINE KAUFMAN, PIERRE GROLEAU, OLEG CASSINI, WARNER LEROY 19445 01/24/71 THE PRO AND CON OF THE JEWISH DEFENSE LEAGUE PRO: RABBI MEIR KAHANE, NBERTRAM ZWEIBON, DOV SPERLING, JOSHUA JOFFEE CON: RABBI MARC TANENBAUM, MORRIS ABRAM, RABBI ARTHUR SCHNEIER, ARNOLD FORSTER 19457 01/31/71 LANDLORDS AND TENANTS AT WAR LANDLORDS: ROBERT KOENIG, WILLIAM MOSES, ABRAHAM KATZ, ROBERT MALOOF TENANTS: RUDY TOLBERT, VERTELLE X REEDER, REVEREND WILFREDO VELEZ, BERNARD LEONARD 19456 02/07/71 BEAUTIFUL ACTRESSES TURNED AUTHORS - VIVA, DIANE CILENTO, JOANNA BARNES 19831, 19458 02/14/71 ARE YOU HUNG UP AND NEUROTIC? 6 PSYCHIATRISTS! DR. NATHANIEL ROSS, DR. ROBERT JAY LIFTON, DR. ABRAHAM WEINBERG, DR. CHARLES SOCARIDES, DR. ANDREW FERBER, DR. CYRIL FRANKS 19459 02/21/71 ROCK MUSIC THAT SOUNDS GOOD: SEALS AND CROFTS! JIMMY SEALS AND DASH CROFTS 19460 02/28/71 HOW TO CONQUER THE FEAR OF DEATH DR. MORTON M. KLIGERMAN, MRS. MARY BRITTEN, DR. MICHAEL BRESCIA, SISTER MAUREEN PATRICIA FLANNERY, DR. MELVIN J. KRANT, REVEREND CARL NIGHSWONGER 19447 03/14/71 THE EXPLOSION IN THE CATHOLIC CHURCH! KENNETH L. WOODWARD, WILLIAM VAN ETTEN CASEY, SJ, THOMAS DAVIS, FRANCINE GRAY, KENNETH BAKER, SJ, DR. EVER CURTIS 19462 03/21/71 ANGRY TAXPAYERS BATTLE MILITANT WELFARE MOTHERS! MARVIN DANSINGER, EMMA MCPHERSON, BOGDAN WASIUTYNSKI, GEORGEANN SALISBURY, JACKI MCKINNEY, EUGENE BARFOOT, DAVID HIMMELSTEIN, HELEN REICHENBECHER 19463 03/28/71 WHAT IT'S LIKE TO BE OUT OF WORK - 5 EXECUTIVES HIT BY THE RECESSION VERNON MACKIE, JANE MILLER, EDWARD BOTWIN, FRED THOME, SAL CAVALLARO 19464 04/11/71 6 WHO'VE QUIT THE RAT RACE ANDRE GROS DAILLON, HELENGROS DAILLON, REV. HAROLD SKIDMORE, MARY ORPIN, SIDNEY DICKLER, FRANK VAN DYK 19458 04/11/71 THE OUTRAGEOUS WITH OF GORE VIDAL 19458 04/18/71 WHAT HAPPENS AT THE MASTERS AND JOHNSON SEX CLINIC JOAN AND HAROLD K 19466 04/18/71 UNWED MOTHERS CLAIM HUSBANDS ARE OBSOLETE MARY JANE GEIGER, JANE HARRIMAN, ODE BITTON, BARBARA CROSBY 19466 04/25/71 THE HELL OF VIETNAM AS YOU'VE NEVER HEARD IT BEFORE! 6 VETERANS BRADFORD BRITT, ROBERT O. MULLER, STEPHEN MCDONOUGH, CHARLES KNIGHT, JERRY CONER, STEVEN UZZI 19468 05/02/71 THE MATING GAME - THE SWINGING SINGLES SCENE ALICE WAYNE, MARTY O'HARA, JOE MAURO, SANDY SCHNALL, IRVING GRUBER, ANETTA LABOURENE, SAUL RITCHFIELD, GLORIA BENTLEY, AL STILLMAN, BARBARA KASENETZ 19469 05/09/71 WHITE PARENTS WHO ADOPT BLACK CHILDREN JOHN AND STEPHANIE HARAKAL, GEORGE AND MARJORIE RUBIN, TONY AND PEGGY MANGOGNA 19471 05/09/71 THE MAN WHO RUNS AGAINST NIXON - REPRESENTATIVE PAUL N. MCCLOSKEY 19471 05/16/71 A TOUGH JUDGE SAYS: DON'T CODDLE CRIMINALS - THEY'RE PUNKS, VERMIN AND ANIMALS JUDGE SAMUEL S. LEIBOWITZ 19467 05/30/71 HOW TO DRIVE YOUR CHILDREN SANE - DR. HAIM GINOTT DR. HAIM GINOTT ALONE AND THEN IN A SEMINAR WITH 8 MOTHERS 19470 06/06/71 6 EX - CONVICTS TELL THE BRUTALITY AND HORROR OF OUR PRISONS MEL RIVERS, DANIEL KEANE, PRENTICE WILLIAMS, STANLEY TELEGA, GEORGE FREEMAN, CHUCK BERGANSKY 19474 06/13/71 WHEN BLACKS AND RADICALS GO BERSERK IN THE COURTROOM - CAN THE SYSTEM SURVIVE? WILLIAM M. KUNSTLER, GERALRD LEFCOURT, THEODORE KOSKOFF, MELVIN BELLI, TERENCE F. MACCARTHY 19475 09/26/71 NOT WITH MY CHILDREN YOU DON'T - BATTLE OVER BUSING SID GOULD, IRENE MCCABE, LOIS FAISON, DOLORES ROBINSON, CAROL SWEENEY, JERRY GIORGIO, ELLIOT SOLOMON, JEAN RICHARDSON 20602 10/03/71 PART 1: THE JESUS FREAKS ARE HERE ARTHUR BLESSITT, SCOTT ROSS, JACKIE BODNER, BARBARA TAI - SING, RICHIE ALVAREZ, DAVID SHANNON, IKE MCKINNON, PETER KAKOS, CHARLES RIZZO, STEVE ENGLAND 20603 10/03/71 PART II: WATCH YOUR STEP - DOGS ARE EVERYWHERE FRAN LEE, DR. MICHAEL MILTS, CLARK WHELTON, LISA HOFFMAN, ROBERT SELYA, LARRY VIDE 20603 10/17/71 YOU'RE BEING ROBBED, MUGGED AND STABBED BY GI JUNKIES FRANK NATALE, LESLIE SPRACE, AL JOHNSON, JERRY SULLIVAN, BILL BERNSTEIN, STEVE LICARI, GENE BELFERDER, PHILIP BURLEY, BERNARD BRISCOE 20601 10/24/71 PART I: WE'RE LUCK TO BE ALIVE - 7 VICTIMS OF CRIME BARBARA BALLENGER, GERTRUDE FOX, LLOYD BARNETT, CHARLES PELTO, TOM CORNELIA, LACY HEDRICK, DAVID COOPER 20606 PART II: WAS COLLEGE REALLY NECESSARY - THE UNEMPLOYED CLASS OF '71 LEWIS COX II, DAVID FREEDMAN, JOEL GREENBERG, CAROL PARKER, CHRISTINE POLLUTRO 20605 11/07/71 WHAT GOES ON BETWEEN A PSYCHIATRIS AND HIS PATIENTS: AN ACTUAL GROUP ENCOUNTER DR. MARTIN SHEPARD AND GROUP FROM ANTHOS 20607 11/14/71 WHAT HAVE YOU DONE FOR US LATELY? FURIOUS FEMINISTS GERMAINE GREER, DR. EDGAR BERMAN, ANATOLE BROYARD, BRENDS FEIGEN FASTEAU, JOHN SIMON, SUSAN BROWNMILLER 20609 11/21/71 PART II: IS DISCIPLINE A DIRTY WORD? - BRINGING UP CHILDREN DONALD BARR, PHILIP E. MCCURDY 20608 11/28/71 PART II: LEMON OWNERS SQUEEZE AUTO DEALERS SUSAN D-ALLURA, ROBERT E. DILLON, JOE ROGERS, EDWARD SOUKUP, LOWELL DODGE, ANDREW SULNER 20612 12/05/71 PART I: LOVE FOR SALE - 3 PROSTITUTES CHRIS, PAT, RACHAEL 20611 12/12/71 PART I: 2 VICTIMS OF RAPE DOROTHY, MARIE 20613 12/12/71 PART II: SHOW BIZ GOES RADICAL: JANE FONDA AND HER ANTI WAR TROUPE JANE FONDA, DONALD SUTHERLAND, HOLLY NEAR, MICHAEL ALAIMO, RITA MARTINSON, PAMELA DONEGAN, PAUL MOONEY, LEN CHANDLER JR., YALE ZIMMERMAN, FRANCINE PARKER 20613 01/02/72 HAS ANYONE HERE SEEN GOD? FATHER FRANCIS X. MURPHY, CSSR, AVERY CORMAN, FATHER RICHARD MCBRIEN, RABBI DANIEL WOLK, REVEREND JAMES MCGRAW, REVEREND RICHARD NEUHAUS 20617 01/09/72 THE BLACK - WHITE WAR IS RAGING IN OUR SCHOOLS: PARENTS, TEACHERS, STUDENTS AND MAYOR KENNETH GIBSON STEVE ADUBATO, EDWARD GOODALL, FRAN ALSTON, ROBERT GIACOBBE, MARGARET MEEHAN, STEVE MUSTACCHIO, PETE SHAW, KATHY PERRY, MAYOR KENNETH GIBSON 20615 01/30/71 UNWED MOTHERS WHO WANT THEIR BABIES BACK - THE ADOPTION BATTLE FLORENCE LADDEN FISHER, JUDY KROLL, BARBARA DONALDSON, ROBERT LANNA, MRS. VICKI ROMAN, MRS. JANE EDWARDS, ANN DOYLE 20619 02/06/72 PART I: THE GROUP SEX SCENE - 4 MARRIED COUPLES WHO SWING DICK AND JULIE, BILL AND PAT, RICHARD AND LIZ, JOAN AND MARK 20624 02/06/72 PART II: PSYCHIATRISTS WHO SAY SWINGING IS SICK DR. CHARLES SOCARIDES, DR. MELVIN HELLER 20624 02/27/72 CRIMINALS ARE GETTING AWAY WITH MURDER - HAS JUSTICE BECOME A JOKE? JUDGE JOEL TYLER, WILLIAM ARONWALD, SAM DAWSON, JOHN KING, ROBERT SULLIVAN, WALLY ROEBUCK 20629 03/05/72 PART II: MEN AND WOMEN WHO'VE HAD PLASTIC SURGERY LOUISE HAY, LENORE HERSHEY, AURORA MORALES, BEN HOFFMAN, WAY BANDY 20622 03/12/72 UP & UP IT GOES - THE BULL MARKET OF '72 SALOM LEWIS, ALAN ABELSON, LEON LEVY, JOHN NEFF, DR. PIERRE RINFRET 20627 03/19/72 WE WENT THROUGH HELL - 5 WHO SURVIVED OUR MENTAL HOSPITALS JUDY HOBERMAN, JAMES O'CALLAGHAN, TED CHABASINSKI, DAVID KANE, JUDY CHAMBERLIN, RICHARD WHIPPLE 20630 03/26/72 WHERE WERE YOU DURING THE VIETNAM WAR? I WAS IN CANADA - ANGRY DEBATE BETWEEN DESERTERS, DODGERS AND VIETNAM VETS JOHN COLHOUN, CHARLES COE, DAVID SELLS, MARTIN KELLEY, MICHAEL CHEDA, GLENN SIEGAL, JEFF EGNER 20633 04/02/72 LAUGHING ALL THE WAY TO THE POORHOUSE - 8 STRUGGLING COMEDIANS BERNIE TRAVIS, SHELLY ROBINS, DICK BROOKS, RUSTY BLITZ, BUCKY WILLIAMS, NEIL LEVINSON, "BABY" FRANK LEE WILDE, DAVIS KENT 20628 04/09/72 YOU COULD HAVE A HEART ATTACK - HOW TO AVOID IT - HOW TO SURVIVE IT DR. MICHAEL DEBAKEY, DR. ISADORE ROSENFELD, DR. EDWARD H. AHRENS JR., JACK CHRONIN, JOSEPH MCKERNAN, THOMAS J. PORTELA 20632 04/16/72 ANGRY CANADIANS SAY "YANKEES GO HOME" ELDON WOOLLIAMS, ROBIN MATHEWS, FLORA MACDONALD, EDWIN GOODMAN, ROBERT LEMIEUX 20634 04/23/73 PART I: STREET GANGS ARE RAISING HELL IN OUR CITIES BLUE EYES, GURU, CHARLIE SUAREZ, BLACK BENJIE BUXTON, EDDIE CUEVES, SNOOPY, CHINO MARTINEZ, BENJIE MELENDEZ, BLACK PEARL, BLACKIE, SLY 20635 04/23/72 PART II: MORE GORE VIDAL 20635 04/30/72 NICE WHITE PEOPLE SCREAM "BLACKS STAY OUT OF OUR NEIGHBORHOODS" CHICAGO: MARY CVACK, JOHN BARBER; CLEVELAND, GENEVIEVE BURES, FRANKLIN ANDERSON; FORSET HILLS, MARTIN WUNDERMAN, BLANCH BRODY 20636 06/18/72 PART I: TIRED OF GETTING MUGGED? LEARN JUDO AND KARATE AARON BANKS, NANCY MCCORMICK LEA, JAY BUTTERMAN, ROBERT NISONOFF, MRS. NANNETTE WILDSTEIN 20642 08/20/72 PART I: ALL YOU WANT TO KNOW ABOUT GAMBLING FROM 5 COMPULSIVE GAMBLERS 20640 08/20/72 PART II: DR. LEE SALK, PEDIATRIC PSYCHOLOGIST 20640 09/24/72 PART I: SONS AND DAUGHTERS - IN - LAW STRIKE BACK RACHELLE, MARSHA, LOUISE, JACK, MELL, JIM 20645 09/24/72 PART II: THE JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY - IS ALIVE AND WELL? SCOTT STANLEY, GARY ALLEN, CHARLES SMITH, ALAN STANG 20645 10/01/72 IS A WOMAN'S BODY HER OWN BUSINESS? - THE ABORTION BATTLE DR. ADA RYAN, ANDREW CARLAN, MRS. VIRGINIA MCLAIN, BILL BAIRD, DR. BARBARA ROBERTS, MRS. ELAINE AMENDOLA 20641 10/08/72 5 WHO TRIED SUICIDE MRS. CLAIRE JOHNSON, JIM GRIFFITH, KAREN BAKER, SANDRA WALKER, PETER FISHER, ANN HARPER 20644 10/15/72 ARABS AND ISRAELIS CONFRONT EACH OTHER OMAR CHAMMA, JOEL MOKYR, SANA HASSAN, MICHAEL HANDEL, NADIM HABRA, SHMUEL HARLAP, GEORGE KHYRALLAH, PNINA LAHAV 21996 10/22/72 PART I: CAN ACUPUNCTURE CURE YOU? ARTHUR SLAVIN, DR. ARTHUR TAUB, DR. SUNG LIAO, DR. FRANK Z. WARREN, MRS. RUTH BROIDO 21973 10/22/72 PART II: FAT CATS WHO CARE - MULTI MILLIONAIRES W. CLEMENT STONE AND STEWART MOTT W. CLEMENT STONE, STEWART MOTT 21973 10/29/72 PART I: DROP OUT WIVES WHO RAN AWAY JUDITH ROSSNER, JOYCE, NORMA, PAT 21998 10/29/72 PART II: CONFESSIONS OF AN EX - SWINDLER - ANTHONY DE ANGELIS 21998 11/26/72 YOU COLD HAVE HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE - WHAT TO DO ABOUT THIS HIDDEN KILLER DR. ISADORE ROSENFELD, DR. JOHN LARAGH, DR. FRANK FINNERTY, DR. MORTON MAXWELL, MIKE GORMAN 22006 12/03/72 PART I: THE NEW PROSTITUTES - MASSAGE PARLOR GIRLS MARIE, LINDA, JOE SANTINO 22002 12/02/72 PART II: COPS WHO CRACK DOWN ON PROSTITUTION SERGEANT SIDNEY PATRICK, DEPUTY INSPECTOR JAMES DICKS, LIEUTENANT DON MCWENNEY, PATROLMAN TIMOTHY SULLIVAN, DEPUTY INSPECTOR CHARLES PETERSON, SERGEANT NILS HANSON 22002 12/10/72 BLACKS AND WHITES WHO MARRIES - 3 INTERRACIAL COUPLES CEOLA & PETER LOAN, BILL AND PAT HAMLET, HARLON AND MARLENE DALTON 22005 12/10/72 FED UP CITIZENS SAY NOTHING WORKS AND NOBODY CARES BURTON R. SIMS, LOIS GRIPPO, CORNELIUS DONOVAN, AMON DIGGS, JANE D'AGOSTINE, ARLENE BLICKSILVER 22005 12/17/72 WE WERE SKYJACKED! - PASSENGERS, PILOTS AND STEWARDESSES TELL OF THEIR ORDEAL MADELINE WILLETT, PAUL J.C. FRIEDLANDER, SAM KINCH JR., CAPTAIN DALE BESSANT, DR. 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STOVALL (REYNOLDS SECURITIES INC.) 22014 01/14/73 YOGA SALLY KIRKLAND, SACHINDRA MAJUMDAR 22014 01/28/73 CHINA TODAY: 5 AMERICANS WHO'VE BEEN THERE DAVID J. MAHONEY, MRS. SALLY RESTON, ROY ANDRES, DR. VITOR SIDEL, MICHEL OKSENBERG 22015 01/28/73 DR. MORTIMER FEINBERG 22015 02/04/73 I WAS A PROSTITUTE MUGGER AND JUNKIE: THE NIGHTMARE OF BARBARA QUINN 22016 02/04/73 GHETTO PRIESTS FATHER LOUIS GIGANTE (BRONX) FATHER WALTER WALDRON (BOSTON) FATHER DONALD MCLLVANE (PITTSBURGH) FATHER JOHN POWIS (BROOKLYN) 22016 02/11/73 HOMOSEXUAL MARRIAGE - MALE AND FEMALE COUPLES BARBARA GLICKMAN AND SANDY CHERNICK, NANCY JOHNSON AND DINAH ROBERTSON, MICHAEL MCCONNELL AND JACK BAKER, ERIC AND LOUISE 22018 02/18/73 HOW TO STAY YOUNG AND BEAUTIFUL FOREVER DR. MICHAEL M. GURDIN, DR. MICHAEL HOGAN, DR. NORMAN ORENTREICH, DR. DICRAN GOULIAN JR., DR. DANIEL L. WEINER 22022 02/18/73 PART II: THE MAKING OF A PSYCHIATRIST - DR. 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PETER HAURI 25516 01/05/75 PART II: GROWING OLD IN AMERICA MAE LAUFER, MOLLY POLLAK, JULIA AVERY, MARY KEALTY, SARA RICKARD, CHRISTINE TARATETA 25516 01/12/74 SIX JUDGES DEBATE CRIME AND PUNISHMENT ALPHONSO SEPE, BRUCE WRIGHT, NICHOLAS TSOUCALAS, ALFRED BURKA, CHARLES HALLECK, BURTON ROBERTS 25518 01/26/75 PART II: EXPERTS LOUIS LEVINE, JAMES FUCHS 25520 02/02/75 PART I: TEEN-AGE CRIMINALS TELL ALL 25517 02/02/75 PART II: EXPERTS DISCUSS TEENAGE CRIMINALS DR. ESTHER ROTHMAN, ASSEMBLYMAN ALFRED DELLIBOVI, DETECTIVE IRWIN SILVERMAN, CHARLES KING 25517 02/23/75 PART I: THE MYSTERY OF THE BERMUDA TRIANGLE JOHN WALLACE SPENCER, CLAES ROOTH, DON HENRY, DAMIAN HOUSMAN, CHARLES BERLITZ 25519 03/02/75 IS PSYCHIATRY DEAD - 6 PSYCHIATRISTS IN HEATED DEBATE DR. NATHAN S. KLINE, DR. SAUL TUTTMAN, DR. E.FULLER TORREY, DR. THEODORE LIDZ, DR. RICHARD M.RESTAK, DR. 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MICHAEL HALBERSTAM 26727 04/18/76 RAPE, ROBBERY AND ASSAULT IN OUR SCHOOLS IRVING WITKIN, LINDA SADUR, WILLIAM BELL, GAIL RAE HORN, JOSEPH SHERMAN, BRUCE CARR 26733 04/18/76 PART II: POLISH-AMERICANS STANLEY KOKOSKA, TED MALISZEWSKI, EUGENE KUSIELEWICZ, MAGDA RATASKI 26733 04/25/76 WIFE BEATING - 6 BATTERED WOMEN PAM, DIANE, RUTH, CAREY, CINDY, SALLY, KATY 26731 05/02/76 PART II: ADLAI STEVENSON REMEMBERED - JOHN BARTLOW MARTIN 26734 05/16/76 PART I: "STRAIGHT LIB" STRIKES BACK RICHARD, PETER, RITA, JOAN, BOB 26734 05/16/76 PART II: CAMPUS QUEENS KAREN DAVIS, JANE WERTZ, ANDREA FOXE, NANCY WHITE 26735 06/06/76 NEW BREAKTHROUGHS IN THE WAR AGAINST CANCER DR. JAMES HOLLAND, DR.JORDAN GUTTERMAN, DR. NORMAN JAFFE, DR. DONALD MORTON, DR. VINCENT DEVITA JR. 26740 09/26/76 PART II: WHITHER THE WEATHER: THE ALARMING CHANGES IN OUR CLIMATE LOWELL PONTE, DR.STEPHEN SCHNEIDER, DR.REID BRYSON 27802 10/10/76 ARE WE WINNING THE WAR AGAINST HEART ATTACKS? DR.MICHAEL DEBAKEY, DR.ISADORE ROSENFELD 27804 10/17/76 FAMILIES IN TROUBLE: CONFRONTATIONS BETWEEN PARENTS AND CHILDREN JOE GOULD, EDWARD LEGG 27806 10/24/76 THE MAFIA-CIA CONNECTION WITH NORMAN MAILER, ROBERT SAM ANSON, NICHOLAS GAGE, HARRY ROSITZKE 27807 10/31/76 SUPER SLEUTHS: PRIVATE EYES REVEAL THEIR SECRETS FRED OTASH, JERRY MCAWARD, MIKE PASCAL, FRED RAYNE, DAVID FREENBERG, IRWIN BLYE 27809 11/14/76 PART I: HELL NO! WE DIDN'T VOTE FOR PRESIDENT HOWARD SINGER, MARY PRITZ, WILLARD ESPY, LARRY SHERMAN, ANN WEBSTER, MARVEL, WILLIAM SLATTERY 27808 11/14/76 PART II: CONVERSATION WITH A 100 YEAR OLD MAN MR. AND MRS RODNEY JONES 27808 12/05/76 PART I: PEPSI COLA AND SOYA BEANS - DOING BUSINESS WITH THE RUSSIANS DWAYNE ANDREAS, DONALD KENDALL 27812 12/05/76 PART II: AMERICANS WHO'VE LIVED IN RUSSIA LEONA & JERROLD SCHECTER, ALAN ZEITHAMER, WILLIAM DYESS 27812 12/12/76 PART I: THIS SHOW COULD SAVE YOUR LIFE - HOW TO RESCUE A HEART ATTACK VICTIM DR.JOSPEH ORNATO, FRED HEWITT, GERARD CASE, EDWARD FRIEDMAN 27805 12/12/76 PART II: ARE WE CHANGING OUR DRINKING HABITS? JAMES VILLAS, MARK KELLER, PATRICK CAMPBELL, MARVIN SHANKEN, CHARLES BURCK, KIRKE WALSH 27805 01/30/77 "IS IT TRUE WHAT THEY SAY ABOUT DIXIE?" TOM WICKER, SHELDON HACKNEY, A.J.COOPER, WILLIAM EMERSON, BRANDT AYERS, BETTY TALMADGE, BARRY BINGHAM 27820 02/06/77 THE TRUTH ABOUT SPORTS - FUNNY, GLAMOROUS AND SEEDY RED SMITH, DAN JENKINS, DICK SCHAPP, MORRIE SIEGEL, DAVE ANDERSON, PETE AXTHELM 27821 02/13/77 NEVER AGAIN - TEH BITTER LEGACY OF VIETNAM WILLIAM COLBY, DAVID HALBERSTAM, GLORIA EMERSON 27823 02/20/77 PART I: THE BARE FACTS ABOUT BALDNESS JERRY DELLA FEMINA, KENNETH BATTELLE, ROBERT TEMLIAK, ELLIOT NONAS, DENIS LAMARSH, DR.JAY BARNETT 27824 02/20/77 PART II: GET THE COCKROACHES OUT OF YOUR HOME ALICE GRAY, NORMAN COOPER, RICHARD ELDREDGE, NORMAN GOLDENBERG 27824 03/06/77 PART I: SINGLES IN THE SUBURBS LINDA NARD, JEFF BEAL, SARA HUDSON, KELLY EMMONS, ED ZEIDNER, JACQUE DEJOHN, GENE MIKOLS, KITTY GREENSETIN 27827 03/06/77 PART II: REGGAE MUSIC TIMOTHY WHITE, MICHAEL COOPER, STEPHEN COORE, PERRY HENZELL, BARBARA GLOUDEN, MAX ROMEO, BRETT ALEXANDER 27827 03/13/77 PART I: CONVERSATION WITH A PIMP TOM 27829 03/20/77 HOW TO GET RID OF YOUR HEADACHES A.PATIENTS - JOELLA CRAMBLIT, BEN SMITH, JAMES ANDERSON, SHERRY HUBER B.EXPERTS - DR.DAVID CODDON, DR.SEYMOUR DIAMOND, DR.CHARLES DEMIRJIAN, DR.WALTER CASKEY 27825 03/27/77 GORE VIDAL UNCENSORED 27832 04/03/77 TEENAGE MUGGERS CONFESS A.MUGGERS: JOHN,BILL,MIKE,PETER SAVAGE,MICHELLE,TOM,GENE B.BLACK KIDS WHO'VE MADE IT: CARLOS GRIFFITH, VERNICE MILLER, GEORGE O'NEAL LYONS, VIETTA JOHNSON, ROBERT HARPER 27830 05/01/77 PART I: HOW CHILDREN FEEL ABOUT THEMSELVES AND THE WORLD AROUND THEM KARA ZAITZ, JEREMIAH & JOSHUA COHEN, CLAUDE BROOKS, AISSIA RICHARDSON, MATTHEW NEWTON, ORIANA ZILL, POLLY ERICKSEN, PETER BURRIS, ADAM MICHAELS 27835 05/01/77 PART II: EXPERTS ON CHILD BEHAVIOR DR.LEE SALK, DR.NICHOLAS ZILL, PEGGY CHARREN 27835 05/08/77 PART I: WE'VE COME A LONG WAY: WOMEN MOVIE MAKERS NANCY DOWD, BARBARA KOPPLE, ELEANOR PERRY, JOAN MICKLIN, SILVER 27836 05/15/77 PART I: WHERE THE BEAUTIFUL PEOPLE EAT PEARL WONG, ARMANDO ORSINI, PAUL KOVI, SHELDON TANNEN, WALLY GANZI, WARNER LEROY 27838 05/15/77 PART II: ARE WE A NATION OF JUNK FOOD JUNKIES? JOHN HESS, MIMI SHERATON, MARVIN HEAPS, DAVID SISK, WEXLER, CALVIN TRILLIN 27838 05/22/77 YOU CAN SURVIVE A PLANE CRASH - HERE'S HOW A.SURVIVORS: ALAN BRESLAU, JANET MACAA, DICK SMITH, SARAH UZZELL B.EXPERTS: JAMES O.ROBINSON, HARRY ROBERTSON, CAPT.RAY GERBER, CAPT.J.D.SMITH, RICHARD WITKIN, CHARLES O. MILLER, NORMAN COUSINS 27837 05/29/77 THE BIG BOOM ON BROADWAY ALEXANDER COHEN, DAVID MAMET, ZELDA FICHANDLER, HAROLD PRONCE, ANTHONY PERKINS, CLIVE BARNES 27840 06/05/77 WE STILL LIKE NIXON: THREE DIEHARDS BRUCE HERSCHENSOHN, HENRY CASHEN, ARAM BAKSHIAN 27841 07/10/77 PART I: THE CATS MEOW - SEVEN FELINES AND THEIR OWNERS JOAN BREARLEY, DR.ALFRED GROSSMAN, BILL WIELER, JUDY FIREMAN, LINDA WORTHINGTON 27815 07/10/77 PART II: DR.HERBERT BENSON AND "THE RELAXATION RESPONSE" 27815 08/28/77 PART I: MISTRESSES ANONYMOUS BARBARA CONDOS, MELISSA SANDS 27842 08/28/77 PART II: HITLERMANIA: OUR FASCINATION WITH THE NAZIS DR.ROBERT JAU LIFTON, ROBERT G.L.WAITE, DR.LOUIS SNYDER, JOHN TOLAND, DR.WILLIAM SHERIDAN ALLEN, DR.HENRY TURNER, TIM MASON 27842 03/16/77 RELIGOUS CONVERTS 27831 09/18/77 PART I: SHAPE UP AMERICA - THE PHYSOCAL FITNESS EXPLOSION DR.HERMAN HELLERSTEIN, DR.NORBERT SANDER, KATHERINE SWITZER, DR.PAUL MILVY 27843 09/18/77 PART II: CONFESSIONS OF THREE WHITE COLLAR CRIMINALS JOE BRISBOIS, JACKIE BUTNER, BILL SCHONOWSKI 27843 09/25/77 WE'RE MAD AS HELL - SECRETARIES STRIKE BACK PAT FITZGERALD, JUDITH RINK, RENEE LORD, TESSA GEORGE, MARGIE ALBERT, JUDI FREEMAN 27839 09/25/77 FORMER SECRETARIES CHARLOTTE JONES, PAULA HUGHES 27839 10/02/77 WHO WAS LEE HARVEY OSWALD? 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GREEN 30710 11/19/78 PART II: SUPER SALESMEN JOE GIRARD, LOIS BECKER, TOM WOLF, BOB SHOOK 30710 11/26/78 PART I: STARTLING STORIES OF LIFE AFTER DEATH DR. MAURICE RAWLINGS, CHARLES MCKAIG, VIRGINIA FALCY, KENNETH RING, HELEN NELSON, DR. MICHAEL SABOM 30712 11/26/78 PART II: ANGRY CITIZENS VS. THE POST OFFICE JAMES FINCH, BOB GRANT, ROBERT MEYERS, JAMES LAPENTA, PAT BRENNAN 30712 12/03/78 PART I: SURGEON / SALESMAN BILL MACKAY 30714 12/03/78 PART II: LONELY, UNHAPPY & BROKE - DISPLACED HOMEMAKERS FLORENCE GRIFFIN, JACQUELINE BACHMAN, LESLIE WALD WALDHORN, SANDRA JACOBS, JANE LEE LITTLETON 30714 12/10/78 PART I: IF BETTY FORD COULD DO IT - ALL ABOUT FACE LIFTS RICHARD KIELING, LILLIAM FRASER, D. RALPH MILLARD, M.D., DIRIS LILLY, MICHAEL HOGAN, M.D. 30716 12/10/78 PART II: TO JOG OR NOT TO JOG DAVID BRODY, M.D., DAVID NOONAN, RICHARD A.SCHWARTZ, M.D., RICHARD RESTAK, M.D., PAUL FETSCHER 30716 12/17/78 WE WANT A BABY - NEW HOPE FOR INFERTILE COUPLES A. 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HEYMANN, STEPHANIE KAPILIAN, BOB EVANS 32139 11/09/80 - 10/04/81 PART II: NO KIDS FOR US PLEASE SNNE SEIFERT, WALTER CALLAHAN, BARBARA COFFEY, DOROTHY WILSON, IVAN MENDELSON 32139 11/16/80 - 07/12/81 PART I: LIFE AFTER DARK - NIGHT PEOPLE TELL ALL RICHARD WEXLER, CINDY CAPALDO, BLEECKER BOB PLOTNIK, ABLE ABEL, SAVARIO COSTANZA 33601 11/23/80 - 09/20/81 PART I: WOMEN RATE MEN: LOVERS AND LOSERS NAN ROBERTSON, SUSANNA HOFFMAN, CAROL BOTWIN 32136 11/30/80 PART I: THE JEANING OF AMERICA: MODELS, MOGULS AND MAKERS JOSEPH NAKASH (JORDACHE), PAUL GUEZ (SASSOON), WARREN HIRSH (GLORIA VANDERBILT) 33603 11/30/80 PART II: NOT FOR WOMEN ONLY - MEN'S COSMETICS TONY CARVETTE (GEORGETTE KLINGER), TOM DAY (CLINIQUE), JAN STUART (JAN STUART), CHIP TOLBERT (MENS FASHION ASSOCIATION), PAUL WILMOT (HALSTON) 33603 12/07/80 - 08/02/81 PART II: A CONVERSATION WITH MICHAEL THOMAS MICHAEL THOMAS, AUTHOR GREEN MONDAY 33609 12/14/80 - 07/18/81 PART I: ARE LAWYERS RUINING OUR LIVES? PHILIP M. STERN, GEOFFREY C. HAZARD, FRANK R. ROSINY, ALAN B. MORISON, JUDGE WILLIAM B. LAWLESS 33607 12/14/80 PART II: NORMAN DACEY, ROSEMARY FURMAN 33607 12/21/80 - 08/30/81 PART I: FEELING GOOD ALL UNDER - THE ELEGANT NEW LINGERIE REBECCA ASPAN, BELL TICE, ORA FEDER, DAVID STIFFLER, SAMI 33613 12/21/80 - 08/30/81 PART II: BEST FRIENDS AND BEST SELLERS CONSUELO BAEHR, SUSAN ISAACS, HILMA WOLITZER 33613 12/28/80 THE REMARKABLE JONATHAN SCHWARTZ - A SPECAL PERFORMANCE JONATHAN SCHWATRZ 33612 01/11/81 - 09/13/81 PART I: THE INCREDIBLE WORLD OF MOTHER TERESA JOYCE DAVIDSON SUSSKIND 33608 01/11/81 - 09/13/81 PART II: HOW TO SUCCEED? GO TO BUSINESS SCHOOL SUSAN THOMAS, JED DALY, ROBERT FRIEDMAN, JAY ESSEY. ELIZABETH CLOSTERMAN 33608 01/18/81 - 04/15/84 PART I: WATCH YOUR LANGUAGE JOHN SIMON, RICHARD MITCHELL, EDWIN NEWMAN 33611 01/18/81 PART II: WHERE THE BODIES ARE BURIED - WASHINGTON LOWDOWN DONALD LAMBRO, CHARLES PETERS, MICHAEL J. MALBIN, FRANK SILBEY 33611 01/25/81 PART II: HOW TO IMPROVE YOUR EATING HABITS RICHARD S. RIVLIN M.D., RICHARD PASSWATER, DR. ROBERT PALMER, JOSEPH RECHTSCHAFFEN M.D. 33616 02/08/81 - 08/23/81 PART I: TAKE THOSE INCHES OFF! SHAPE UP WITH EXCERCISE MARJORIE CRAIG, LYDIA BACH, CHARLES GAINES, MARUSCHKA 33614 02/08/81 - 08/23 81 PART II: THE ESTABLISHMENT LEONARD AND MARK SILK, STEPHEN BIRMINGHAM 33614 02/15/81 CELEBRITY WATCHING WITH LIZ SMITH, TAKI, JAMES BRADY AND JODY JACOBS 33620 02/22/81 HOW TO SURVIVE AND PROSPER IN THE 80'S HOWARD RUFF, DOUGLAS CASEY, JEROME SMITH, THOMAS HOLT 33621 03/01/81 - 08/09/81 PART 1: PRETTY BABIES - THE NEW TEEN AGE MODELS BETTINA, LORI LOUGHLIN, CATHLEEN ESS, FELICE SCHACHTER, LENA REID 33619 03/01/81 - 08/09/81 PART II: ARE YOUR CHILDREN BECOMING ADULTS TOO SOON? DR. AARON HASS, PATRICIA O'BRIEN, ARTHUR KORNHABER M.D., ADELE HOFFMAN, M.D. 33619 03/08/81 BIGOTRY RIDES AGAIN WILLIAM SLOANE COFFIN, ARNOLD FORSTER, WILLIAM A. FUSHER, CONGRESSMAN JOHN CONYERS, DR. M. MORAN WESTON 33622 03/15/81 THE BATTLE FOR SURVIVAL - THE AMERICAN AUTO INDUSTRY WENDELL H. MILLER, STEPHEN L. SCHLOSSBERG, TOM HANNA, JERRY FLINT, DAVID HEALY 33623 03/22/82 - 07/26/81 PART I: POURING OUT YOUR TROUBLES - BARTENDERS TELL ALL PADDY QUINN, CHARLIE SCHOENEMAN, RAY FOLEY, JOHN "SHIRTS" HUGHES, KITTY FITZKE 33615 03/22/81 - 07/26/81 PART II: TWINS WHO MARRIED TWINS BARBI GOLDENBERG, D.D.S., BRUCE GOLDENBERG, D.D.S., CHERYL GOLDENBERG, D.D.S., BARRY GOLDENBERG, D.D.S., 33615 03/29/81 - 09/27/81 THE MORAL MAJORITY ON THE WAR PATH DR. TIM LA HAYE, DR. DAN C. FORE, SENATOR FRANK CHURCH. DR. DANIEL C. MAQUIRE 33624 04/05/81 - 08/16/81 PART I: WOMEN AND SUCCESS - MAKING IT TO THE TOP JUDY MELLO, ANNE P. HYDE, SUSAN HOROWITZ, PAULA D. HUGHES, JO FOXWORTH 33625 04/05/81 - 08/16/81 - 05/06 84 PART II: THE TRUTH ABOUT SENILITY ROBERT N. BUTLER, M.D., DENNETH L. DAVIS, M.D., DR. PETER DAVIES, DR. ROSE ROBROF 33625 04/12/81 PART I: BANKS ON THE BRINK MURIEL SIEBERT, LEE GUNDERSON, H. ERICH HEINEMANN, WILLIAM E. DONOGHUE, DR. SAUL B. KLAYMAN 33626 04/12/81 - 05/20/84 PART II: DOCTORS WIVES CARLA FINE, LINDA SHIPLEY, LINDA SEDA, LORI TAYLOR 33626 04/26/81 THE AMERICAN MILITARY MACHINE: ARE WE READY FOR BATTLE? CONGRESSMAN JIM COURTER, BARRY R. POSEN, BRIGADIER GENERAL ALBION KNIGHT JR., EDWARD LUTTWALK, GENERAL VOLNEY F. WARNER 33628 05/10/81 FROM HOLLYWOOD TO BROADWAY - PART II: MCCANN AND NUGENT NELLE NUGENT AND ELIZABETH MCCANN 33631 05/18/81 PART I: HOMELESS AND HELPLESS - PEOPLE WHO LIVE ON THE STREETS ANN MARIE ROUSSEAU, WILLIAM KUEHNE, ANTON GALENOS, SELMA (MARIE) PRICE, SYD ROLFS, VERONICA (VIRGINIA) WILLIAMS, GENE PALMER 33632 05/17/81 PART II: SPORTS AMERICAN STYLE: BIG, BRUISING BUSINESS DICK SHAAP, PETER BONVENTRE, MIKE LUPICA, DAN JENKINS 33632 05/24/81 PART I: SURVIVALISTS: PREPARING FOR DOOMSDAY KURT SAXON, JOSEPH RUSTICK M.D., ROBERT FIRTH, GENE AND PEARL TARMAN 33633 05/24/81 PART II: DELAYED MOTHERHOOD - HAVING CHILDREN AT AGE 35 JULIE HOUSTON, LYNN POVICH, JACQULINE PESUT, LUISA LA VIOLA, DR. PEGGY EWING 33633 06/07/81 PART II: A VANISHING BREED - THE PROFESSIONAL VOLUNTEER VIVIAN HARRIS, MARY LINDSAY, JEAN DELAFIELD, ISABELLE STEVENSON, GLORIA W. MILLIKEN 33635 06/14/81 PART II: THE TRUTH ABOUT THE TONY AWARDS ALEXANDER H. COHEN, HILDY PARKS 33636 06/21/81 PART I: REPORT FROM THREE DOCTORS - THE LATEST IN MEDICINE ISADORE ROSENFELD, M.D., DR. JOHN H. LARAGH, DR. JOSEPH WILDER 33630 06/21/81 PART II: HOW TO SUE WITHOUT A LAWYER JOHN STRIKER, ANDREW SHAPIRO 33630 06/28/81 PART I: SHOW BUSINESS COUPLES RENEE TAYLOR, JOSEPH BOLOGNA, MERGE REDMOND, JACK WESTON 33634 06/28/81 PART II: WHO REMEMBERS CARTER - JOSEPH CALIFANO DOES, THAT'S WHO 33634 10/11/81 - 08/08/82 STARTING OVER AFTER DIVORCE: MIDDLE AGED SINGLES RICHARD SCHICKEL, ANNE PARK, MARTHA HUGHES, STEVEN BRALOVE, RITA MCDOWELL 33637 10/18/81 - 08/01/82 PART I: THE REAL CHORUS LINE: BROADWAY DANCERS DONNA DRAKE, BOB HEATH, MARYBETH KURDOCK, DAVID EVANS, RON SCHWINN, JOAN BELL, DEAN BADOLATE, MARY ANN NILES 33638 10/18/81 - 08/01/82 PART II: FACES IN THE CROWD - MOVIE EXTRAS ROZ BRAVERMAN, ANDREW MURPHY, BARRY WISEMAN, SHANNON SORIN, VELA CERES 33638 10/25/81 PART I: MAKING MARRIAGE WORK: MARRIAGE COUNSELORS LAURA SINGER, DR. ROBERT RYDER, DR. MEL KRANTZLER, DR. FREDERICK HUMPHREY 35451 10/25/81 PART II: DIVORCE MEDIATORS DR. JOHN M. HAYNES, LAWRENCE GAUGHAN, SAMUEL MARGUILES, VIRGINIA STAFFORD 35451 11/01/81 WHAT PLASTIC SURGERY CAN DO FOR YOU DR. RALPH MILLARD, DR. CHRISTOPHER WEATHERLEY-WHITE, DR. BRUCE CONNELL, DR. MICHAEL HOGAN 35452 11/08/81 - 07/18/82 PART II: THE MYSTERY OF SLEEP DR. RICHARD BOOTZIN, DR. QUENTIN REGESTEIN, DR. ELLIOT WEITZMAN 35453 11/15/81 PART I: MOTHERS WITHOUT CUSTODY ELLEN KIMBALL, "JACKIE", BARBARA 35455 11/15/81 PART II: CAMPUS CONSERVATIVES KEENEY JONES, JOHN GOODWIN, BENNETT COOPER, TERRY QUIST 35455 11/22/81 PART I: A TALK WITH FATHER THEODORE HESBURGH 34556 11/29/81 - 07/04/82 PART I: THE SWINGERS PARADISE OF CLUB MED ROD FRANKEL, DOREEN WOODRUM, SUSAN FRAYTUS, RICKY DETRES, BOB LEIGHTON, CLAUDE KEBBE 35454 11/29/81 - 07/04/82 PART II: RETURN TO THE NEST STEPHANIE GANGI, TOM RIPP, FRANK SCHIRALLI, SCOTT MARTONE, ANGELA DIVERGILIO 35454 12/20/81 - 06/27/82 PART I: DON'T GO NEAR THE WATER! ELEGANT NEW SWIMWEAR LIZA BRUCE, ANNE COLE, STANLEY REGENBOGAN, FRANK FRIEND, MIRIAM RUZOW 35459 12/20/81 - 06/27/82 - 01/08/84 - 07/22/84 - 02/16/86 PART II: ALL ABOUT HANGOVERS DAVID OUTERBRIDGE, NELSON DEMILLE, PETER WALSH, HERBERT GOULD, M.D. 35459 01/03/82 PART I: AN INTERVIEW WITH GLADYCE BEGELMAN: CO-AUTHOR OF "NEW YORK ON $1000.00 A DAY" 35457 01/03/82 - 08/29/82 - 04/01/84 PART II: CAN YOU ERASE THOSE WRINKLES? THE TRUTH ABOUT SILICON AND COLLAGEN DR. LEWIS FEDER. DR. ROBERT AUERBACH, DR. JAMES LEYDEN 35457 01/20/82 - 07/25/82 PART I: TOUGHLOVE: PARENTS FIGHT BACK PHYLLIS AND DAVID YORK, LANE PEER, RICHARD SURVING, JEAN BAKER WUNDER 35459 01/10/82 - 07/25/82 PART II: ALL ABOUT CATS ANITRA FRAZIER, SIMON BOND, SAMANTHA SUSSKIND, JERRY BENISATTO, PATRICIA NELL WARREN, RICHARD GEBHARDT 35459 01/17/82 - 08/15/82 PART I: WEIGHT LOSS NORMA SKOPIN, STEVE SILVA, GERALDINE O'CONNOR, ANNE MCCARTHY, IRENE CURTIN 35459 01/17/82 - 08/15/82 - 03/25/84 - 09/16/84 - 02/09/86 - 07/06/86 PAT II: "LISA H." OPERATION LINTON WHITAKER, M.D., JAMES KATOWITZ, M.D., DEREK BRUCE, M.D., CH.B 35462 01/24/82 "NO MR. PRESIDENT, WE'RE NOT BETTER OFF" PART I: VICTIMS OF THE BUDGET CUTS MATILDE COLON, ZELDA WEINER, MARY GARBUTT, MURIEL ZGARDOWSKI, MARY GALE 35463 02/07/82 - 09/26/82 PART I: BACHELORS OF THE MONTH MICHAEL JEFFREY GRIFFITH, PETER KUHN, O. STEVEN FREDRICKSON, JIM ZERBE, JOEL DIAMOND 35465 02/07/82 - 09/26/82 PART II: CHIROPRACTORS VS. M.D.'S DR. STEPHEN BARRETT, LOUIS SPORTELLI, D.C., CHESTER WILK, D.C., REUBEN HOPPENSTEIN, M.D. 35465 02/21/82 WHO'S HOT, WHO'S NOT - WHO'S IN, WHO'S OUT - THE LATEST GOSSIP MADELLEINE SCHAAP, MAXINE MESSINGER, LIZ SMITH, JAMES BRADY, BOB COLACELLO 35467 02/28/82 PART I: ASTROLOGERS PREDICRT WHAT'S IN THE STARS FOR 1982 MARIA ELISA CRUMMERE, MARTIN SCHULMAN, DARRELL MARTINI, MAE WILSON-LUDLAM 35464 02/28/82 PART II: SABINA SHALOM 35464 03/07/82 THE WILD WORLD OF SPORTS DICK SCHAPP, DAN JENKINS, MIKE LUPICA, DAVE ANDERSON, MIKE DOWNEY 35469 03/07/82 TRAVELLING SALESMEN JIM O'CONNOR, JOEL KATZ, JIM PRENDERGAST, DICK ORNSTEIN 35469 03/14/82 - 07/11/82 CRIMINALS ARE GETTING AWAY WITH MURDER PHIL SEELIG, BILL CLARK, JUDGE EDWIN TORRES, SEYMOUR WISHMAN 35471 03/21/82 - 09/12/82 PART I: ARE WOMEN THEIR OWN WORST ENEMIES? MARY VANN HUNTER, MONIQUE VAN VOOREN, KATHRYN LIVINGSTON, DORIS LILLY 35471 03/21/82 - 09/12/82 PART II: NICE GIRLS DO DR. IRENE KASSORLA 35471 04/04/82 - 08/29/82 SUPERMOMS COLETTE ROSSANR, KATHRYN DARROW, MEG WHITCOMB, PENNY HAWKEY 35470 04/18/82 PUBLIC SERVICE OR PUBLIC RIP OFF? - UTILITIES EDWARD LARKIN, EDWARD HYNES, THOMAS FITZPATRICK, KAREN BURSTEIN, CAROL BARGER, ALFRED NARDELLI 35473 04/25/82 ON THE VERGE OF RUIN: AMERICA'S DESPERATE FARMERS NITA GIBSON, WAYNE CRYTS, JOHN STULP, PETER CURRA, VAREL BAILEY 35476 05/02/82 COUNTDOWN TO DOOMSDAY: THE NUCLEAR ARMS DEBATE ADMIRAL ELMO ZUMWALT, DR. DANIEL MACGUIRE, DR. SCOTT THOMPSON, JACK GEIGER, M.D., FRITZ ERMARTH, CONGRESSMAN THOMAS DOWNEY 35477 05/09/82 PART I: FAST AND FUNNY - COLLEGE DEBATERS DAVID BAILIN, HARRY WALTERS, LARRY EICHENFIELD, EDWARD O'TOOLE, DAVID KIDD, J.J. GERTLER, GRANT OLIPHANT, RICHARD SOMMER 35473 05/09/82 PART II: VIDEO GAME CRAZE EDWIN VELAQUEZ, CRAIG ROSS, JEFF LOMBARDI, OPHELLA VONBRANDON, JOHNNY ZADUBARA, NANDO RAMOS, MICHAEL BLANCHET 35473 05/23/82 - 10/03/82 "I'M ON WELFARE AND I HATE IT" - A WELFARE MOTHER SHARON HUNT 35478 05/30/82 PART I: NOT FOR MEN ONLY - BLUE COLLAR WOMEN TINA NANNARONE, LAURA SCHWARTZ, JANE KELLEY, SHARON HOLMES, JUDY HUGHES 35480 05/30/82 PART II: OUT OF CASH - TRY BARTER ANNIE PROULX, JERRY WEINER, GENE HOLYZMAN, CONNIE STAPLETON 35480 06/13/82 WHO CAN AFFORD COLLEGE ANYMORE? - PART I: ADMINISTRATORS JAMES POWELL, STEPHEN TRACHTENBERG, WILLIAM MAXWELL, HARVEY GROTRAIN 35482 06/13/82 WHO CAN AFFORD COLLEGE ANYMORE? - PART II: PARENTS JOSEPH ZULLO, JOHN KAUFMAN, FREDERIC KRAMER, GLORIA GATTI, ALEXANDRA GREELEY 35482 06/20/82 NO MORE LAND OF PLENTY NORMAN BERG, KREKEL KARCH, NEIL SAMPSON 35484 06/20/82 CAREER COUNSELORS JOHN CRYSTAL, STANLEY HYMAN, ROBERT SWAIN, IRENE ANSHER 35484 10/24/82 - 08/28/83 TOP TRIAL LAWYERS DEMONSTRATE THE ART OF JURY SELECTION PHILIP CORBOY, HAROLD PRICE FAHRINGER, AARON BRODER, BILL COLSON 35483 10/31/82 - 07/17/83 PART I: COCAINE: A 30 BILLION DOLLAR EPIDEMIC ROBERT MILLMAN, M.D., ANDY KOWL, TOM HENDERSON, "AMY" "A.J.", "LIZA" 35475 11/21/82 - 01/26/86 - 05/25/86 - 08/17/86 PART I: DOLLAR A DANCE - TAXI DANCERS ARIEL LUCAS, PAUL PRICKETT, PENNY PRUCHA, ELLEN STOKES, CAROL SUNDQUIST 37030 02/27/83 PART II: THE MYSTERY OF THE COMMON COLD STEVEN MOSTOW, M.D., R. GORDON DOUGLAS, M.D., SANFORD CHODOSH, M.D., HYLAN BICKERMAN, MN.D., JOHN ABELES, M.D. 37042 03/06/83 PART I: ANGRY CRIME VICTIMS DIANI MONTENEGRO, SHIRLEY BERNSTEIN, GUILIA PAGANO, ROBERT GRAYSON, DR. MICHAEL ROBINSON 37047 03/20/83 - 06/10/84 PART I: PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATES JAMES IRVIN GLOVER, GRADY O'CUMMINGS III, LESTER BYERLEY, GERARD HIMMELMAN 37049 05/22/83 - 08/07/83 PART I: LONELINESS JANE ADAMS, JOAN GOULD, JOHN HOLLANDER, MURRAY KELLMAN, MAURA SWANSON 37058
Lebanon Iraq US - Arabic station reports two US officers taken hostage in Iraq
TAPE: EF03/0758 IN_TIME: 23:07:02 DURATION: 0:45 SOURCES: LBC RESTRICTIONS: DATELINE: Location Unknown - 22 Aug 2003 SHOTLIST: 1. Close-up still ID card reading: "Cpt Katherine V Rose. 142nd Corps Support Battalion, Battalion Operations Officer, S2/S3. Fort Polk, Louisiana 71459" 2. Close-up still of Pennsylvania driving license reading: "Andrew C Peters. 955 McKnight Rd, Indiana." 3. Still shot of statement which the Lebanese Broadcasting Corporation says it received from a previously unknown group called Al-Madina al-Munawara Division. STORYLINE: The Lebanese Broadcasting Corporation on Friday said it received a statement from an unknown group that claimed to have captured two US army officers in Iraq. The group, called Al-Madina al-Munawara Division, named the officers as Katherine V. Rose and Andrew C. Peters, and said the Americans were both wounded. LBC broadcast what the group said was the military identification card of Rose and the driving licence of Peters. The group claimed one of its units captured the officers in an attack on an American military convoy west of Baghdad. APTN has not been able to confirm the group's claims. In a written statement, shown by LBC, the group also warned British and Australian troops, as well as all countries that sent troops to Iraq, that they would be subjected to attacks. The statement said that Al-Madina Al-Munawara Division was made up of former Iraqi army officers.
Entertainment US Jackson funeral - WRAP Family, friends at Michael Jackson's burial, aerials, casket ADDS departures
NAME: US MJ WRAP 20090904E TAPE: EF09/0837 IN_TIME: 10:17:26:20 DURATION: 00:04:42:23 SOURCES: AP TELEVISION/POOL/ABC DATELINE: Los Angeles - 3 Sept 2009 RESTRICTIONS: Pt No Access NAmerica/Internet SHOTLIST: ABC - NO ACCESS NORTH AMERICA / INTERNET Los Angeles, 3 September 2009 1 . Aerial shot of cemetery POOL Los Angeles, 3 September 2009 2. Medium shot of guests sitting for start of service 3. Medium shot of activist Al Sharpton, and actress Lisa Rae 4. Medium shot of actor Macaulay Caulkin and his actress girlfriend, Mila Kunis 5. Medium shot of Dame Elizabeth Taylor 6. Medium shot of guests sitting for start of service AP TELEVISION ++NIGHT SHOTS++ Los Angeles, 3 September 2009 7. Medium of motorcade with family arriving at Forest Lawn Cemetery ABC - NO ACCESS NORTH AMERICA / INTERNET ++NIGHT SHOTS++ Los Angeles, 3 September 2009 8. Aerial shot of line of cars driving through cemetery POOL ++NIGHT SHOTS++ Los Angeles, 3 September 2009 ++AUDIO: PIANO MUSIC++ 9. Wide of motorcade with family arriving at service site 10. Wide of line of cars pulling up at service site 11. Michael Jackson's three children getting out of car 12. Michael Jackson's sister, Janet Jackson being shown to her seat 13. Michael Jackon's father, Joe Jackson and mother, Katherine Jackson being led to their seats with Michael Jackson's three children 14. Wide of Michael Jackson's parents and his three children being seated in front row 15. Jackson brothers arriving 16. Jackson brothers taking their seats next to Janet Jackson in front row 17. Michael Jackson's three children seated looking at programme 18. Joe Jackson and Katherine Jackson 19. Close up of Michael Jackson's sister, LaToya Jackson 20. Wide of guests seated for funeral service 21. Wide of family hugging guests arriving for funeral service ABC - NO ACCESS NORTH AMERICA / INTERNET ++NIGHT SHOTS++ Los Angeles, 3 September 2009 22. Aerial of hearse arriving POOL ++NIGHT SHOTS++ Los Angeles, 3 September 2009 23. Ground shot of hearse arriving ABC - NO ACCESS NORTH AMERICA / INTERNET ++NIGHT SHOTS++ Los Angeles, 3 September 2009 24. Various aerials of guests seated ++NEW AP TELEVISION ++NIGHT SHOTS++ Los Angeles, 3 September 2009 25. Various of family members in cars leaving the cemetery 26. Motorcade leaving the cemetery STORYLINE JACKSON FINALLY LAID TO REST More than two months after his death, Michael Jackson was entombed at a private ceremony Thursday night (03 SEPT 2009), before more than 200 family and friends. The service was delayed more than an hour by his family's late arrival at Forest Lawn Glendale. The invitation notice indicated the service would begin promptly at 7 pm (0200 GMT Friday); it began closer to 8:30 pm (0330 GMT Friday), because of the tardy arrival of Jackson's parents, Joe and Katherine, and other family members. They included the singer's three children, Prince Michael, 12, Paris Michael, 10, and Prince Michael II, 7, known as Blanket. Celebrities, including 77-year-old Elizabeth Taylor, baseball star Barry Bonds and actor Macaulay Culkin, waited in stubborn heat for the outdoor service, with the temperature stuck at 90 degrees (32 Celsius) just before sunset. Police had escorted the family's motorcade of 31 cars, including Rolls-Royces and Cadillacs, from Encino to Forest Lawn, with the hearse bearing Jackson's body at the end. A large, blimp-like inflated light, the type used in film and television production, and a boom camera hovered over the seating area placed in front of the elaborate marble mausoleum. The equipment raised the possibility that the footage would be used for the Jackson concert documentary 'This Is It'. About 250 seats were arranged for mourners over artificial turf laid roadside at the mausoleum. Nearly double the number of media credentials, 435, were issued to reporters and film crews who remained at a distance from the service and behind barricades. The Reverend Al Sharpton spoke at the ceremony, and Gladys Knight performed. Just before 10 pm (0500 GMT Friday), Sharpton posted on his Twitter page that "Michael Jackson has been laid to rest." Jackson will share eternity at Forest Lawn with the likes of Clark Gable, Jean Harlow and W.C. Fields, entombed alongside them in the mausoleum that will be all but off-limits to adoring fans who might otherwise turn the pop star's grave into a shrine. The closest the public will be able to get to Jackson's vault is a portion of the mausoleum that displays "The Last Supper Window," a life-size stained-glass re-creation of Leonardo da Vinci's masterpiece. Several 10-minute presentations about the window are held regularly 365 days a year, but most of the building is restricted. The ceremony ended months of speculation that the singer's body would be buried at Neverland Ranch, in part to make the property a Graceland-style attraction. An amended copy of Jackson's death certificate was filed Thursday in Los Angeles County to reflect Forest Lawn as his final resting place. In court on Wednesday, it was disclosed that 12 burial spaces were being purchased by Jackson's estate at Forest Lawn Glendale, about eight miles north of downtown Los Angeles, but no details were offered on how they would be used. The King of Pop died a drug-induced death on 25 June aged 50 as he was about to embark on a comeback attempt. The coroner's office has labelled the death a homicide and Jackson's death certificate lists "injection by another" as the cause. Dr. Conrad Murray, Jackson's personal physician, told detectives he gave the singer a series of sedatives and the powerful anaesthetic propofol to help him sleep, but prosecutors are still investigating, and no charges have been filed.
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1970S TELEVISION SHOWS
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GREEN 30710 CHICAGO 05/04/78 11/19/78 PART II: SUPER SALESMEN JOE GIRARD, LOIS BECKER, TOM WOLFF, BOB SHOOK 30710 CHICAGO 11/08/78 11/26/78 PART I: STARTLING STORIES OF LIFE AFTER DEATH DR. MAURICE RAWLINGS, CHARLES MCKAIG, VIRGINIA FALCY, KENNETH RING, HELEN NELSON, DR. MICHAEL SABOM 30712 CHICAGO 11/08/78 11/26/78 PART II: ANGRY CITIZENS VS THE POST OFFICE JAMES FINCH, BOB GRANT, ROBERT MEYERS, JAMES LAPENTA, PAT BRENNAN 30712 CHICAGO 11/22/78 12/03/78 PART I: SURGEON/SALESMAN -- BILL MACKAY 30714 DC 11/22/78 12/03/78 PART II: LONELY, UNHAPPY & BROKE -- DISPLACED HOMEMAKERS FLORENCE GRIFFIN, JACQUELINE BACHMAN, LESLIE WALD WALDHORN, SANDRA JACOBS, JANE LEE LITTLETON 30714 CHICAGO, DC 12/02/78 12/10/78 PART I: IF BETTY FORD COULD DO IT...ALL ABOUT FACELIFTS RICHARD KIELING, LILLIAM FRASER, D. RALPH MILLARD, M.D., DORIS LILLY, MICHAEL HOGAN, M.D. 30716 CHICAGO 12/02/78 12/10/78 PART II: TO JOG OR NOT TO JOG DAVID BRODY, M.D., DAVID NOONAN, RICHARD A. SCHWARTZ, M.D., RICHARD RESTAK, M.D., PAUL FETSCHER 30716 CHICAGO 09/16/78 12/17/78 WE WANT A BABY -- NEW HOPE FOR INFERTILE COUPLES A. PATIENTS: SUSAN & LEE WELLING, CAROL & ERNEST D'ANGELO, CATHY & JOHN SCOTT B. EXPERTS: DR. WAYNE DECKER, DR. ALVIN GOLDFARB, DR. RICHARD SHERINS, BARBARA ECK MENNING, DR. LUIGI MASTROIANNI 30701 11/29/78 12/24/78 PART I: YOUR PAMPERED PET -- FROM SHRINK TO MINK DR. PETER BORCHELT, DR. DANIEL TORTORA, DR. ALBERT LAMPASSO, MORDECAI SEGAL, LOIS LANDAUER, KAREN THOMPSON, GEORGE JEWEL 30715 CHICAGO 11/29/78 12/24/78 PART II: MIND YOUR MANNERS -- THE NEW ETIQUETTE LETITIA BALDRIGE, JUDITH MARTIN, MARJABELLE YOUNG STEWART 30715 CHICAGO 10/07/78 01/14/79 06/24/79 PART I: THE DIET THAT CAN SAVE YOUR LIFE -- PRO & CON A. PATIENTS: BILL UTTAL, JULIE BREAKSTONE, FRED SILVER, DR. HARRY PARKER, JOE HUME B. EXPERTS: NATHAN PRITIKIN, DR. SAMI SASHIM, DR. ROBERT E. BAUER, DR. STEPHEN SCHEIDT 30704 CHICAGO 10/12/78 01/14/79 06/24/79 PART II: A CONVERSATION WITH THE BRILLIANT PETER USTINOV 30704 CHICAGO 12/09/78 01/21/79 PART I: THE PRIEST WHO FIGHTS PIMPS FATHER BRUCE RITTER 30711 CHICAGO, DC 11/04/78 01/21/79 PART II: MAKING INFLATION WORK FOR YOU HARRY BROWNE, DAN DORFMAN 30711 CHICAGO, DC 12/09/78 01/28/79 PART I: LONG LINES, SHORT TEMPERS -- THE AIRPORT MESS KAY SLOMAN, HARRY KLETTER, ROB MANGOLD, FRED FORD, KAREN ZUPKO, STEVE BIRNBAUM 30717 CHICAGO, DC 12/09/78 01/28/79 PART II: ARE YOU REALLY IN LOVE? DR. DEBORA PHILLIPS, DR. CHARLIE SHEDD, DR. STANTON PEELE 30717 CHICAGO, DC 01/13/79 02/04/79 PART I: WE ARE BI-SEXUALS LARRY KANE, TONI TUCCI, DR. FRED KLEIN, "JULIA", "JOANNE" 30720 CHICAGO, DC 01/27/79 02/04/79 PART II: TREASURE HUNTERS MEL FISHER, EUGENE LYON, ART MCKEE 30720 CHICAGO, DC 01/06/79 02/11/79 INSIDE THE CULTS: THE TERRIFYING TRUTH FROM EX-MEMBERS PART 1 - EX-MEMBERS: SUSAN SMITH, CHRIS EDWARDS, MORRIS DEUTSCH, STEVE HASSAN, ANDREW STUBBS PART II - EXPERTS: FLO CONWAY, JIM SEIGELMAN, GALEN KELLY, DR. JOHN CLARK 30718 CHICAGO, DC 01/27/79 02/18/79 PART I: MEN WHO ARE KEPT BY WOMEN: TRUE CONFESSIONS REAL, MICHEL, MARK, PAUL, LOU 30721 CHICAGO, DC 01/27/79 02/18/79 PART II: THE TRUTH ABOUT ASPIRIN DR. LOUIS ALEDORT, DR. THOMAS KANTOR, DR. DAVID CODDON, PAUL E. SCHINDLER 30721 CHICAGO, DC 02/03/79 02/25/79 PART I: BEAUTIFUL WOMEN SHARE THEIR SECRETS (HOSTED BY JOYCE SUSSKIND) BEVERLY SASSOON, ADRIEN ARPEL, CRISTINA FERRARE 30722 CHICAGO, DC 02/03/79 02/25/79 PART II: WHEN YOUR PARENTS GROW OLD JOHN PERRY, RITA SIGLER, BARBARA FELDMAN, MARIE CARROLL, JERRY ORNSTEIN 30722 CHICAGO, DC 02/10/79 03/04/79 TRUMAN CAPOTE TELLS ALL TRUMAN CAPOTE 30723 CHICAGO (T), UCLA (2"), DC 11/18/78 03/11/79 PART I: WE CAN'T STOP DIETING -- VICTIMS OF ANOREXIA STEVEN LEVENKRON, KATIE, PATRICIA DE POL, ROBERTA, LISA WOLFF 30713 CHICAGO, DC 11/18/78 03/11/79 PART II: WHEN FEAR TAKES OVER -- AGORAPHOBIA JEAN ESTERBROOK, JOEL GREENBAUM, EILEEN WEBBER, MARIA WEBBER, DR. MANUEL ZANE 30713 CHICAGO, DC 02/28/79 03/18/79 PART I: WILD & CRAZY PAPARAZZI -- PHOTOGRAPHERS WHO SHOOT THE STARS RON GALELLA, ADAM SCULL, DICK CORKERY, GENE SPATZ 30725 CHICAGO, DC 02/28/79 03/18/79 PART II: IT'S NOT SO GREAT IN BRITAIN FRED HIFT, REX BERRY, ROBIN DUTHY, VALERIE WADE 30725 CHICAGO, DC 01/13/79 03/25/79 PART I: THINGS TO COME -- LIFE IN THE YEAR 2000 ISAAC ASIMOV, FRANK KENDIG, DR. JERRY POURNELLE 30719 DC 02/28/79 03/25/79 PART II: HAPPINESS IS A POSSIBLE DREAM DR. JONATHAN FREEDMAN, LYNN CAINE, JOAN, BOB DRESNER, BOB GOODRICH 30719 CHICAGO, DC 03/24/79 KHJ-TV, LA 04/01/79 THE TELEVISION CRISIS MICHAEL DANN, PAUL KLEIN, GRANT TINKER, NORMAN LEAR, DAVID GERBER 30726 CHICAGO, DC 02/10/79 04/08/79 HOT GOSSIP ABOUT THE BEAUTIFUL PEOPLE RUDY MAXA, CLAUDIA COHEN, NEAL TRAVIS 30724 CHICAGO 03/31/79 04/08/79 PITY THE HAPPY HOUSEWIFE JUDITH VIORST, MARY KUCZKIR, ANN TOLAND SERB, JOAN WESTER ANDERSON 30724 CHICAGO 04/15/78 04/15/79 MIRROR, MIRROR ON THE WALL -- THE BEAUTIFUL AND THE UGLY TELL ALL GUESTS -- MODELS AND SELF-PROCLAIMED UGLIES: MATT COLLINS, CATHY MORRIS, DANNY LEE MCCOY, JEAN SOKOL, SUZANNE FELZEN, SUSAN BRECHT EXPERTS: FRANCESCO SCAVULLO, MICHAEL HOGAN, M.D., ADRIEN ARPEL, SUSAN GREEN, PH.D 29232 CHICAGO, DC 04/14/79 04/22/79 IS CARTER A CATASTROPHE? ELIOT JANEWAY, WILLIE L. BROWN, JR., ROBERT H. MALOTT, WILLIAM W. WINPISINGER 30728 CHICAGO, DC 04/28/79 05/06/79 PART I: LEE MARVIN, WHAT HAVE YOU DONE? MARVIN MITCHELSON, MELVYN HABER, SUNNIE SOBEL, NORMAN M. SHERESKY, HERBERT A. GLIEBERMAN 30730 CHICAGO, DC 04/28/79 05/06/79 PART II: THE INCREDIBLE TRUTH ABOUT HOWARD HUGHES JAMES B. STEELE, DONALD L. BARTLETT 30730 DC 03/31/79 05/13/79 PART I: DEAR ANN LANDERS... ANN LANDERS 30727 CHICAGO, DC 03/31/79 05/13/79 PART II: THE CULTS ANSWER BACK GADDAHAR PANDIT DAS, RABINDRA SWAROOP DAS, DIANE KETTERING, ARTIE MAREN 30727 CHICAGO, DC 05/11/79 KCOP, LA 05/20/79 THE MAN WHO WOULD BE PRESIDENT: JERRY BROWN GOVERNOR JERRY BROWN, CALIFORNIA 30732 CHICAGO (T), UCLA, DC 05/19/79 06/03/79 PART I: WATCH OUT! HOWARD JARVIS IS COMING HOWARD JARVIS, JOHN L. LOEB, JR., JAMES FARMER, STEPHEN BERGER 30733 CHICAGO, DC 05/19/79 06/03/79 PART II: HOW TO SLASH YOUR FOOD BILLS IN HALF ARLENE STOLARSKI, PATTI UMLAND, MARY ANNE HAYES, SUSAN SAMTUR 30733 05/27/79 06/10/79 PART I: SHOULD YOU BUY A HOUSE NOW -- OR NEVER? DONALD I. HOVDE, BENNY KASS, WILLIAM WOLMAN, MICHAEL SUMICHRAST 30734 CHICAGO, DC 05/19/79 06/10/79 PART II: MALE SECRETARIES DONALD HARLEY, CHARLES W. BARKER, JOSEPH R. LICCARDO, ANTHONY ZATTI, KEITH M. WHITE 30734 DC 06/03/79 06/17/79 PART I: HOW TO LIVE WITH CONSTANT PAIN PATIENTS: HERBERT A. DIAMOND, BARBARA B. WOLF, ROSALIE TERRAVECCHIA DOCTORS: DR. GERALD ARONOFF, DR. DONALD M. DOOLEY, DR. NELSON H. HENDLER, DR. HAROLD CARRON 30736 CHICAGO, DC 06/03/79 06/17/79 PART II: THE MAN WHO GIVES ADVICE TO ANN LANDERS DR. EUGENE KENNEDY 30736 CHICAGO, DC 06/23/79 07/01/79 PART I: OUT OF GAS -- WHO'S TO BLAME? LESLIE J. GOLDMAN, JAMES F. FLUG, CHARLES KITTRELL, SENATOR HOWARD M. METZENBAUM 30738 CHICAGO, DC 06/23/79 07/01/79 PART II: "THE FLYING WHITE HOUSE" COLONEL RALPH ALBERTAZZIE 30738 CHICAGO, DC THE DAVID SUSSKIND SHOW 1979-80 05/26/79 04/14/79 10/07/79 04/19/81 DAVID SUSSKIND MEETS THE MARTIANS A. LYDIA STALNAKER, BRYCE BOND B. RUTH NORMAN, THOMAS MILLER 30729 CHICAGO, DC 09/22/79 10/14/79 PART I: ORGANIZED CRIME: THE BIGGEST BUSINESS IN AMERICA HANK H. MESSICK, RICHARD E. JAFFE, RALPH F. SALERNO, JACK KEY, THOMAS RENNER 32101 CHICAGO 09/22/79 10/14/79 PART II: BATTLE OVER BLACK ENGLISH MICHAEL MEYERS, DR. GENEVA SMITERMAN, DR. ELAINE LEWNAU, ETTA LADSOM 32101 CHICAGO 10/13/79 10/28/79 THE BLACK-JEWISH CRISIS DR. JOSEPH E. LOWERY, ARNOLD FORSTER, RANDALL ROBINSON, HOWARD M. SQUADRON 32105 CHICAGO 11/03/79 10/28/79 THE KENNEDY-CARTER SHOWDOWN ALLARD K. LOWENSTEIN, ARTHUR SCHLESINGER, JR., STUART EIZENSTAT, GERALD M. RAFSHOON 32109 CHICAGO, DC 10/27/79 11/11/79 09/07/80 03/28/82 PART I: SEX FOR SALE...4 "JOHNS' TELL ALL TOM, MARK, HUGH, GEORGE 32107 CHICAGO (T), DC 10/17/79 11/11/79 09/07/80 03/28/82 PART II: IS STRESS KILLING YOU? JOHN J. PARRINO, PH.D, KENNETH GREENSPAN, M.D. 32107 CHICAGO, DC 04/28/79 11/18/79 09/28/80 05/31/81 THE BARE FACTS: QUEENS OF BURLESQUE GEORGIA SOTHERN, ZORITA, SHERRY BRITTON, HOPE DIAMOND 30731 CHICAGO, DC 06/23/79 11/18/79 09/28/80 05/31/81 SUPER SALESWOMEN DOT COOK, ANDREA BERRITY, LINDA SCHMITT, SHIRLEY HUTTON 30731 CHICAGO 06/09/79 11/25/79 07/06/80 PART I: RICH & FEMALE - WOMEN WHO MAKE MILLIONS MURIEL SIEBERT, MARY ANN HALMI, EVA HORTON, DAISY TALLARICO, JOAN LEVINE 30737 CHICAGO, DC 06/09/79 11/25/79 07/06/80 PART II: GOTHIC WRITERS ROBERTA ANDERSON & MARY KUCZKIR (FERN MICHAELS), JANET DAILEY, PATRICIA MATTHEWS 30737 CHICAGO, DC 10/06/79 12/02/79 PART I: "BREAKING UP IS HARD TO TAKE" -- CHILDREN OF DIVORCE DON, CAREN, LIZ, GILLIAN, LISA 32102 CHICAGO 09/29/79 12/02/79 PART II: "THE WICKED TRUTH ABOUT STEP PARENTS" WILLIAM NOBLE, SUZY KALTER, MARCIA WYRTZEN, JEANETTE LOFAS, BOB MARTIN 32102 CHICAGO 10/27/79 12/09/79 PART I: LIARS BEWARE -- THE LATEST IN LIE DETECTION CHRIS GUGAS 32108 CHICAGO 10/06/79 12/09/79 PART II: THE RED BERETS -- TEENAGE VIGILANTES CURTIS SLIWA, DINO REYES, KATO, JEFF MONROE, JERRY MONROE, ET. AL. 32108 CHICAGO 11/10/79 12/16/79 07/13/80 PART I: HOW TO TEST YOUR DOG'S I.Q. AND PERSONALITY MATTHEW MARGOLIS 32115 CHICAGO 12/03/79 12/16/79 07/13/80 PART II: DAZZLING WOMEN FROM ABROAD LIVIA SLYVA WEINTRAUB, JACLINE MAZARD (JEAN MAHIE), REGINE, GEORGETTE KLINGER, PRINCESS SUMAIR 32115 CHICAGO 11/17/79 12/23/79 HOW TO PROSPER DURING THE COMING BAD YEARS HOWARD RUFF 32114 CHICAGO, DC 12/15/79 12/23/79 07/27/80 PART II: CHINA TODAY -- A CONVERSATION WITH HAN SUYIN HAN SUYIN 32114 32121 CHICAGO, DC 11/10/79 01/06/80 08/17/80 ARE YOUR TEENAGERS DRIVING YOU CRAZY? HELP IS HERE! DR. THOMAS J. COTTLE, ELIZABETH ROBERTS, DR. DAVID ELKIND, EDITH B. PHELPS, ELIOT DALEY 32110 CHICAGO 11/24/79 01/13/80 10/26/80 PART I: SHORT PEOPLE HAVE FEELINGS TOO! PAMELA BROWN, MIKE PARADINE, BILL GILE, NANCY HENKEL, IRWIN HASEN 32111 CHICAGO 10/17/79 01/13/80 10/26/80 PART II: LAUGHTER IS THE BEST MEDICINE NORMAN COUSINS 32111 CHICAGO 12/15/79 01/20/80 07/20/80 PART I: OWNERS OF GREAT RESTAURANTS TELL THEIR SECRETS SHELDON TANNEN "21"; WARNER LEROY, MAXWELL'S PLUM, TAVERN ON THE GREEN; EDMUND LILLYS, THE GLOUCESTER HOUSE; SIRIO MACCIONE, LE CIRQUE; VINCENT SARDI, JR., SARDI'S; PETER ASCHKENASY, U.S. STEAK-HOUSE, LUCHOW'S, CHARLEY O'S, AND THE AMERICAN CHARCUTERIE. 32117 CHICAGO 01/12/80 01/20/80 07/20/80 PART II: MAITRE D'S OF GREAT RESTAURANTS JOSEPH GARNI, LE CIRQUE; BRUNO MOLINARI, THE PALM; GIANNI GARAVELLI, NANNI AL VALLETTO; JEAN-CLAUDE COUTELLER, LE PERIGORD EAST 32117 CHICAGO 09/29/79 01/27/80 A MEDIUM WHO TALKS TO THE DEAD -- DORIS STOKES DORIS STOKES 32103 CHICAGO 11/17/79 02/03/80 10/05/80 PART I: PROSTITUTES TELL ALL "NINA", "CATHERINE", AND "MELINDA" 32112 CHICAGO, DC 01/12/80 02/03/80 10/05/80 PART II: WOMEN AGAINST PORNOGRAPHY DOLORES ALEXANDER, JANE MCHUGH, FRANCES PATAI, AND BARBARA MEHRHOF 32112 CHICAGO, DC 01/26/80 02/10/80 WHAT'S NEW WITH JACKIE, SINATRA, STREISAND, BEATTY, MINNELLI AND REYNOLDS, TOO LIZ SMITH, CHICAGO TRIBUNE-NEW YORK DAILY NEWS; TAKI THEODORACOPULOS, ESQUIRE; DAVID SHEEHAN, DIANA MCLELLAN, "THE EAR", IN THE WASHINGTON STAR 32119 11/24/79 02/17/80 09/21/80 12/13/81 PART I: LIFE AT THE TOP -- WIVES OF FAMOUS MEN JOYCE DAVIDSON SUSSKIND, NANCY MEHTA, MARILYN FUNT, NORRIS CHURCH 32113 CHICAGO, DC 11/17/79 02/17/80 09/21/80 12/13/81 PART II: ALL ABOUT THE CIA THOMAS POWERS, "THE MAN WHO KEPT THE SECRETS: RICHARD HELMS AND THE C.I.A." 32113 DC 01/12/80 02/24/80 09/14/80 MOVIE STARS CAME TO DINNER -- GROWING UP IN HOLLYWOOD JILL ROBINSON, "BED TIME STORY" AND "PERDIDO"; MICHAEL KORDA, "CHARMED LIVES"; WARNER LEROY, LINDA JANKLOW, BROOKE HAYWARD, "HAYWIRE". 32118 CHICAGO 02/02/80 02/24/80 09/14/80 PART II: GARBAGE OF THE STARS A. J. WEBERMAN, GARBOLOGIST 32118 CHICAGO 02/02/80 03/02/80 07/27/80 PART I: WE'RE HIGH ON BEING TALL GEORGE ANDREWS - 6'6", JUDY VOGEL - 6', CECILIA GARDNER - 6'1", KERRY KEANE - 6'6", TERRY LEE - 5'11", ALICE WHITE - 6' 32121 CHICAGO 02/02/80 03/02/80 PART II: SIZING UP THE NEWSCASTERS PHILIP MCHUGH 32121 12/03/79 03/09/80 08/24/80 PART I: 5 NEW YORK CABBIES TELL ALL MEL BENDOWITZ, EZRA CHITYAT, JAMES MORRIS, RICHARD CHEROL, LOIS DOYLE 32116 CHICAGO (T) 12/15/79 03/09/80 08/24/80 PART II: GOING BANANAS IN BEVERLY HILLS ELAINE YOUNG, JACK STARTZ, M.D., RONALD RICE, JUDY MAZEL 32116 CHICAGO 02/23/80 03/16/80 05/03/81 11/13/83 PART I: WE TAKE IT ALL OFF -- MALE STRIPPERS JACK THE STRIPPER, SEBASTIAN, CAREY GORDON, SUNSHINE, BERNARDO 32123 CHICAGO, DC 03/01/80 03/16/80 05/03/81 11/13/83 PART II: MUSCLES AND CURVES -- WOMEN BODY BUILDERS DORIS BARRILLEAUX, LYNDE JOHNSON, LYNN CONKWRIGHT, APRIL NICOTRA 32123 DC 03/01/80 03/23/80 08/03/80 PART I: THE DATING SERVICE FOR WINNER 'THE GODMOTHER' , ABBY HIRSCH CLIENTS: BARBARA WRENN, DOUGLAS RIPPETO, MITCHEL MITCHEL, BABTTE GLADSTEIN 32126 CHICAGO 02/23/80 03/23/80 08/03/80 PART II: THE GIRL WHO HAD EVERYTHING - DORIEN LEIGH DORIAN LEIGH 32126 CHICAGO 01/26/80 02/09/80 03/30/80 08/10/80 THE NEW REVOLUTION IN FOOD AND FUEL - A CONVERSATION WITH DWAYNE ANDREAS MR. DWAYNE ANDREAS, CHAIRMAN AND CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER OF ARCHER DANIELS MIDLAND COMPANY 32120 CHICAGO, DC 02/09/80 04/06/80 PART I: OUR HIDDEN SHAME: DYSLEXIA ARTHUR BIRSH, DELOS SMITH, EILEEN SIMPSON -- REVERSALS: A PERSONAL ACCOUNT OF VICTORY OVER DYSLEXIA, LYNNE HACKER, EMILY LANDAU, DANIEL GILDESGAME 32122 CHICAGO 02/23/80 04/06/80 PART II: THE NATIONAL LAMPOON P.J. O'ROURKE, GERALD SUSSMAN, TOD CARROLL, JOHN HUGHES 32122 CHICAGO 03/22/80 04/13/80 GORE VIDAL UNCENSORED 32130 CHICAGO, DC 03/08/80 04/20/80 PART I: APOCALYPSE SOON: A CONVERSATION WITH WILLIAM SIMON WILLIAM SIMON, FORMER TREASURY SECRETARY 32127 CHICAGO 03/22/80 04/20/80 PART II: BEWARE OF PICKPOCKETS CARL LEWIS, DETECTIVE ROBERT MAGONE 32127 CHICAGO 03/15/80 04/27/80 01/31/82 PART I: THE SHAME OF OUR HOSPITALS -- FIVE ANGRY NURSES 'CAROL', 'REBECCA', 'ELEANOR', 'RUTH' AND 'HELEN' 32129 CHICAGO, DC 03/29/80 04/27/80 01/31/82 PART II: DR. WILLIAM NOLEN WILLIAM A. NOLEN, M.D. 32129 CHICAGO 04/26/80 05/04/80 SEX IN AMERICA -- AN INTERVIEW WITH GAY TALESE GAY TALESE, AUTHOR: THY NEIGHBOR'S WIFE 32135 CHICAGO 03/29/80 05/11/80 PART I: SOFT, SWEET AND SOUTHERN -- 6 BELLES FROM DIXIE PHYLLIS MACBRYDE, REBECCA SINGLETON, NANCY BELLE BRASS, MARY MCMILLAN, ROSEMARY DANIELL; AUTHOR: FATAL FLOWERS; MARY VANN HUNTER; AUTHOR: SASSAFRAS 32132 CHICAGO 04/19/80 05/11/80 PART II: SOUTHERN JOURNALISTS TALK ABOUT JIMMY CARTER AND OTHER GOOD OLE BOYS LARRY KING, AUTHOR: OF OUTLAWS, CON MEN, WHORES, POLITICIANS AND OTHER ARTISTS; MARSHALL FRADY, AUTHOR: SOUTHERNERS; ROY BLOUNT, JR., AUTHOR: CRACKERS 32132 CHICAGO 05/10/80 05/18/80 HOW DID IT HAPPEN -- CARTER VS REAGAN TOM WICKER, THE NEW YORK TIMES; ALBERT R. HUNT, THE WALL STREET JOURNAL; WILLIAM A. RUSHER, NATIONAL REVIEW; HAYNES JOHNSON, THE WASHINGTON POST 32137 CHICAGO (T) 04/26/80 05/25/80 PART I: THE SPORTS EMPIRE OF SONNY WERBLIN SONNY WERBLIN, PRESIDENT AND CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER OF THE MADISON SQUARE GARDEN CORPORATION 32134 CHICAGO, DC 05/03/80 05/25/80 PART II: THE LAST OF THE COWBOYS -- 5 TRUCKERS RUSSELL "CAPTAIN ZIG-ZAG" PATE, GEORGE "WILDMAN" RAWLS, ED "SKY PILOT" WINTERSTEEN, MIKE "DOUBLE R" CRAKER, JAMES "BUCKY" BUCKOWSKI 32134 CHICAGO, DC 03/08/80 06/01/80 PART I: BEAT INFLATION WITH DIAMONDS, ART, STAMPS AND COINS NICOLA BULGARI, RICHARD L. 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JOHN KING FAIRBANK 35472 CHICAGO, DC 03/10/82 04/11/82 PART II: COLLEGE GRADS IN MENIAL JOBS CHAS HICKEY, JANE HANSTEIN, ED CRICHIO, MARK NUNBERG, CAREY HUNTER 35472 CHICAGO (T), DC 04/14/82 04/18/82 PUBLIC SERVICE OR PUBLIC RIP OFF? -- UTILITIES EDWARD LARKIN, EDWARD HYNES, THOMAS FITZPATRICK, KAREN BURSTEIN, CAROL BARGER, ALFRED NARDELLI 35473 CHICAGO 04/25/82 ON THE VERGE OF RUIN: AMERICA'S DESPERATE FARMERS NITA GIBSON, WAYNE CRYTS, JOHN STULP, PETER CURRA, VAREL BAILEY 35476 CHICAGO, DC 04/24/82 05/02/82 COUNTDOWN TO DOOMSDAY: THE NUCLEAR ARMS DEBATE ADMIRAL ELMO ZUMWALT, DR. DANIEL MAGUIRE, DR. SCOTT THOMPSON, JACK GEIGER, M.D. FRITZ ERMARTH, CONGRESSMAN THOMAS DOWNEY 35477 CHICAGO, DC 03/24/82 05/09/82 PART I: FAST AND FUNNY: COLLEGE DEBATERS DAVID BAILIN, HARRY WALTERS, LARRY EICHENFIELD, EDWARD O'TOOLE, DAVID KIDD, J.J. GERTLER, GRANT OLIPHANT, RICHARD SOMMER 35473 CHICAGO, DC 05/08/82 05/16/82 GOOD NEWS AND BAD NEWS ABOUT THE ECONOMY DR. WILLIAM NISKANEN, JR., LEONARD SILK, DR. OTTO ECKSTEIN, DR. ALAN GREENSPAN, DR. JOSEPH PECHMAN 35479 CHICAGO (T) 05/05/82 05/23/82 10/03/82 "I'M ON WELFARE AND I HATE IT" -- A WELFARE MOTHER SHARON HUNT 35478 CHICAGO, DC 05/19/82 05/30/82 PART I: NOT FOR MEN ONLY -- BLUE COLLAR WOMEN TINA NANNARONE, LAURA SCHWARTZ, JANE KELLEY, SHARON HOLMES, JUDY HUGHES 35480 CHICAGO, DC 05/19/82 05/30/82 PART II: OUT OF CASH? TRY BARTER ANNIE PROULX, JERRY WEINER, GENE HOLTZMAN, CONNIE STAPLETON 35480 CHICAGO, DC 05/22/82 06/06/82 09/19/82 AN INTERVIEW WITH THE REMARKABLE VIDAL SASSOON VIDAL SASSOON 35481 CHICAGO, DC 06/13/82 WHO CAN AFFORD COLLEGE ANYMORE? -- PART I: ADMINISTRATORS JAMES POWELL, STEPHEN TRACHTENBERG, WILLIAM MAXWELL, HARVEY GROTRAIN 35482 CHICAGO 06/13/82 WHO CAN AFFORD COLLEGE ANYMORE? -- PART 2: PARENTS JOSEPH ZULLO, JOHN KAUFMAN, FREDERIC KRAMER, GLORIA GATTI, ALEXANDRA GREELEY 35482 CHICAGO 06/20/82 NO MORE LAND OF PLENTY NORMAN BERG, KREKEL KARCH, NEIL SAMPSON 35484 CHICAGO 06/20/82 CAREER COUNSELORS JOHN CRYSTAL, STANLEY HYMAN, ROBERT SWAIN, IRENE ANSHER 35484 CHICAGO THE DAVID SUSSKIND SHOW 1982-83 10/06/82 10/10/82 THE DAVID SUSSKIND SHOW -- 25TH ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL - PART I 35486 CHICAGO, DC 10/09/82 10/17/82 THE DAVID SUSSKIND SHOW -- 25TH ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL - PART II MAUREEN STAPLETON, ANTHONY QUINN, NORMAN MAILER, TRUMAN CAPOTE 37027 CHICAGO (T), UCLA, DC 07/16/82 10/24/82 08/28/83 TOP TRIAL LAWYERS DEMONSTRATE THE ART OF JURY SELECTION PHILIP CORBOY, HAROLD PRICE FAHRINGER, AARON BRODER, BILL COLSON 35483 CHICAGO, DC 04/17/82 10/31/82 07/17/83 PART I: COCAINE: A 30 BILLION DOLLAR EPIDEMIC ROBERT MILLMAN, M.D., ANDY KOWL, TOM HENDERSON, "AMY", "A.J.", "LIZA" 35475 CHICAGO, DC 04/17/82 10/31/82 07/17/83 02/03/85 11/17/85 PART II: PARTY CRASHERS GARY WATSON, STEVE GOLDSTEIN, FRANK FUSARO, MIKE BURKE 35475 CHICAGO (T), DC 10/30/82 11/07/82 HERPES: THE VENEREAL DISEASE THAT CAN'T BE CURED PART 1: VICTIMS: OSCAR GILLESPIE, PHD., JANE RUBINSKY , RUSSELL WOOD, "SCOTT" PART II: DOCTORS: ANDRE NAHMIAS, M.D., HERBERT BLOUGH, M.D., JOHN GROSSMAN, M.D., DR. CARLOS LOPEZ 37028 CHICAGO (T), DC 11/03/82 11/14/82 08/21/83 PART I: WHY DON'T PEOPLE DATE ANYMORE? DOUG FOSTER, DOUG BERNSTEIN, SERENA BLISS, MICHAEL SELBY, LIZ CASTELLS, MAGGIE PETERS, SIGNE WARNER, BOB POLLAK 37029 CHICAGO (T) 11/03/82 11/14/82 08/21/83 PART II: AN INTERVIEW WITH HAMILTON JORDAN HAMILTON JORDAN 37029 CHICAGO 11/06/82 11/21/82 01/26/86 05/25/86 08/17/86 PART I: DOLLAR A DANCE -- TAXI DANCERS ARIEL LUCAS, PAUL PRICKETT, PENNY PRUCHA, ELLEN STOKES, CAROL SUNDQUIST 37030 CHICAGO 11/06/82 11/21/82 03/18/84 PART II: THE MYSTERY OF THE FULL MOON ARNOLD L. LEIBER, M.D., CHARLES S. MIRABILE, M.D., DR. RALPH W. MORRIS, DR. DONALD P. LASALLE 37030 CHICAGO (T) 11/20/82 11/28/82 CONGRESSMEN WHO WERE DEFEATED DON CLAUSEN, GENE ATKINSON, TOBY MOFFETT, JOHN LEBOUTILLIER 37031 CHICAGO (T) 11/20/82 12/05/82 02/17/85 PART I: HOW TO MARRY A RICH MAN JACQUELINE THOMPSON, RITA LACHMAN, DIANE ACKERMAN 37032 CHICAGO 06/19/82 12/05/82 PART II: LONG DISTANCE MARRIAGE BRYNA SANGER, HARRY KATZ, KAREN AKERS, CATHERINE AND JIM FOSTER 37032 CHICAGO (T) 11/27/82 12/12/82 07/10/83 PART I: GROWING UP IN THE DEPRESSION WITH RUSSELL BAKER, ANNE JACKSON, ELI WALLACH AND ED KOCH 37035 CHICAGO (T) 11/20/82 12/12/82 07/10/83 01/20/85 01/19/86 PART II: THE EFFECT OF COLOR ON OUR LIVES JOHN OTT, DR. JAMES D'ADAMO, IRENE AUSTIN 37035 CHICAGO (T) 12/08/82 12/19/82 06/26/83 PART I: CHOCOLATE TOM KRON, LAURA BRODY, MILTON ZELMAN, AL PECHENIK, RUDOLF SPRUNGLI 37036 CHICAGO (T) 12/08/82 12/19/82 06/26/83 PART II: ENTERTAINING CHARLOTTE TREE, SANDRA KASPER, MARY MCFADDEN, GEORGE LANG 37036 CHICAGO 11/27/82 12/26/82 07/24/83 PART I: TV ANCHORWOMEN ROBIN YOUNG, MONICA KAUFMAN, SUE SIMMONS, PAT HARPER 37034 CHICAGO (T) 12/11/82 12/26/82 07/24/83 PART II: AMBASSADOR MALCOLM TOON 37034 12/11/82 01/02/83 10/16/83 07/29/84 02/16/86 07/13/86 PAR I: SELF DEFENSE FOR WOMEN: HOW TO FIGHT BACK DR. MARY CONROY 37039 CHICAGO 12/11/82 01/02/83 PART II: THE CAREER WOMAN'S DILEMMA: JOB VS. BABIES CAROL MASIUS, ANDREA DUNHAM, NANCY EVANS, MARIA CAMPBELL, SERINE HASTINGS 37039 CHICAGO (T) 12/18/82 01/09/83 HOW TO LIVE WITH ARTHRITIS PART I: PATIENTS DR. ROBERT GOULD, BOB NIRKIND, ROBIN MAY, JOHN MURPHY, MARTHA SCHORTTMAN PART II: DOCTORS GERALD WEISSMAN, M.D. FREDERIC MCDUFFIE, M.D., GEORGE EHRLICH, M.D., THOMAS KANTOR, M.D. 37038 CHICAGO (T) 01/05/83 01/16/83 PART I: WOMEN OF THE YEAR: BROADWAY'S LEADING LADIES ELIZABETH ASHLEY, ELLEN BURSTYN, JUDITH IVEY, BETTY BUCKLEY 37040 CHICAGO (T) 01/05/83 01/16/83 PART II: BANKS ON THE BRINK: THE FOREIGN LOAN MESS C.W. CARSON, JR., RICHARD ERB, JOHN G. HEIMAN, PETER KENEN, REP. CHARLES E. SCHUMER 37040 CHICAGO 01/15/83 01/23/83 PART I: WAITRESSES DEBORAH GRISORIO, KATHLEEN MCLANE, PAULA MURRAY, NANCY YOUNGBLUT 37041 CHICAGO (T) 01/15/83 01/23/83 PAR II: NUCLEAR DETERRENCE IN ROME, NY EDWARD BURTON, ED CALLAHAN, COL. JOHN ENGELMANN, EMLYN GRIFFITH, IRWIN REDLENER 37041 CHICAGO 01/27/83 01/30/83 PART I: IS THIS BULL MARKET FOR REAL? STEVEN EINHORN, ELIOT FRIED, JOHN HINDELONG, THOMAS STILES, JOHN TEMPLETON 37044 CHICAGO 01/19/83 01/30/83 12/11/83 PART II: COOKIES ARE BIG BUSINESS DAVID LIEDERMAN, BARBARA KAFKA, MARNI MILLER, JAN VERDONKSCHOT 37044 CHICAGO 01/22/83 02/06/83 THE RICH AND FAMOUS -- THE LATEST GOSSIP LIZ SMITH, DIANA MCLELLEN, TAKE AND MAXINE MESINGER 37043 CHICAGO 02/02/83 02/13/83 AMERICAN WOMEN WHO MARRY FOREIGN MEN JANA JAFFEE, KATHRYN JASON, SHARON COSTA DE BEAUREGARD, COUNTESS DE ROMANONES, MARTHA BURKE-HENNESSY 37045 CHICAGO 02/02/83 02/13/83 DOWNWARD MOBILITY -- THE END OF THE AMERICAN DREAM BOB SACCO, DAN RASUMSSEN, RHONA DROSSMAN, LLOYD SAVEL, HOPE POKRESS 37045 CHICAGO (T) 02/16/83 02/20/83 WHAT'S IN THE STARS FOR 1983 ASTROLOGERS POPE HILL, PATRIC WALKER, MARIA CRUMMERE, DEBBI KEMPTON-SMITH, JOELLE MAHONEY 37046 CHICAGO 02/16/83 02/27/83 12/02/84 05/04/86 PART I: STOPPING THE CLOCK? GEROVITAL EMILY WILKINS, BILL TICE, DORIS WHITEHEAD, JOHN COFFMAN, BARRY REISBERG, M.D. 37042 CHICAGO (T) 01/19/83 02/27/83 THE MYSTERY OF THE COMMON COLD STEVEN MOSTOW, M.D., R. GORDON DOUGLAS, M.D., SANFORD CHODOSH, M.D., HYLAN BICKERMAN, M.D., JOHN ABELES, M.D. 37042 CHICAGO 02/23/83 03/06/83 PART I: ANGRY CRIME VICTIMS DIANI MONTENEGRO, SHIRLEY BERNSTEIN, GUILIA PAGANO, ROBERT GRAYSON, DR. MICHAEL ROBINSON 37047 CHICAGO (T) 02/23/83 03/06/83 PART II: CRIME FIGHTERS SGT. JOSEPH DUNNE, DET. BILL CLARK, DET./LT. ROBERT GALLAGHER 37047 CHICAGO 03/05/83 03/13/83 FILM CRITICS PREDICT THE OSCARS DAVID DENBY, JANET MASLIN, REX REED, HOWARD KISSEL, STEWART KLEIN 37048 CHICAGO (T) 03/09/83 03/20/83 06/10/84 PART I: PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATES JAMES IRVIN GLOVER, GRADY O'CUMMINGS III, LESTER BYERLEY, GERARD HIMMELMAN 37049 CHICAGO 03/09/83 03/20/83 06/10/84 PART II: IS PSYCHIATRY IN TROUBLE? STEPHEN SONNENBERG, M.D., LAYTON MCCURDY, M.D., ALLEN FRANCES, M.D., STUART YUDOFSKY, M.D. 37049 CHICAGO (T) 03/19/83 03/27/83 06/24/84 PART I: SEMINARY AND CONVENT DROP-OUTS CATHERINE BRUNO, PAUL HENDRICKSON, THOMAS SMITH, MARY GILLIGAN WONG, CHARLES DEVLIN 37050 CHICAGO (T) 03/19/83 03/27/83 PART II: MID-LIFE VOCATIONS SARAH B. TAYLOR, THOMAS H. GAINER, JR., REV. FRANK KILCOYNE, REV. JAMES F. HINCHEY, REV. FRANCIS J. FAJELLA, MSS.A 37050 CHICAGO 03/23/83 04/03/83 10/02/83 A CONVERSATION WITH ROBERT S. STRAUSS 37051 CHICAGO (T) 04/06/83 04/10/83 09/18/83 DEAR ANN LANDERS... ANN LANDERS 37052 CHICAGO 04/06/83 04/10/83 09/18/83 PART II: THE NEW YOUNG IMMIGRANTS CHRISTINA WACHTMEISTER, WILLIAM LEWIISHAM, ASHA PUTHLI, GIANNINA FACIO, FELIPTE PARAUD 37052 CHICAGO 04/13/83 04/17/83 09/25/83 S.R.O. HOTELS NAYNA VALDEZ, JOSEPH HOFFLER, LLOYD SMITH, ISMAEL RIVERA, ROBERT HAMBURGER, ALFRED GUNTHER, "ALICE" 37053 CHICAGO (T) 04/14/83 04/24/83 11/20/83 PART I: ANTHONY BURGESS 37054 CHICAGO (T) 04/23/83 04/24/83 06/08/86 PART II: BARBARA CARTLAND 37054 CHICAGO (T) 04/23/83 05/01/83 PART I: MEN WHO WANT TO MARRY RICH JEAN MORBELLI, DARIUS DE LA ROUCHEFOUCAULD, PATRICK KELLY, ROWEN NEGRIN 37055 CHICAGO (T) 04/23/83 05/01/83 03/11/84 08/05/84 04/13/86 06/22/86 08/24/86 PART II: BEST PLACES TO LIVE DAVID SAVAGEAU, RICHARD BOYER, DR. RONALD MINGE, DR. THOMAS BOWMAN 37055 CHICAGO 04/27/83 05/08/83 05/13/84 10/14/84 WE USED TO BE GAY - FORMER HOMOSEXUALS WILLIAM ATHERTON, DAVID TWOMEY, REV. WAYNE PLUMSTEAD, BRUCE BLAUSTEIN, JOSEPH MEGLINO 37056 CHICAGO (T) 04/27/83 05/08/83 BURN OUT - HOW TO RECOGNIZE AND DEAL WITH IT MICHAEL CRAWFORD, DR. HERBERT FREUDENBERGER, GAIL NORTH, CONNIE DE NAVE, SYLVESTER KARAGIS 37056 CHICAGO 04/30/83 05/15/83 10/09/83 BASEBALL WIVES DANIELLE TORRES, NANCY MARSHALL, BOBBIE BOUTON, KAROLYN ROSE, DIANE PEPITONE 37057 CHICAGO 05/07/83 05/22/83 08/07/83 PART I: LONLINESS JANE ADAMS, JOAN GOULD, JOHN HOLLANDER, MURRAY KELLMAN, MAURA SWANSON 37058 CHICAGO 05/07/83 05/22/83 08/07/83 PART II: PEOPLE MAD AT THE BANKS ALISON ROSENFELD, RON BANYAY, PAGE MELLISH, CALVET HAHN, GAYLE ESSAREY 37058 CHICAGO 05/25/83 05/29/83 07/31/83 01/27/85 BALLET - THE WORLD'S TOUGHEST SPORT CHRISTINE SPIZZO, MERRILL ASHLEY, CHRISTOPHER D'AMBOISE, KEVIN MCKENSIE 37060 CHICAGO (T) 05/25/83 05/29/83 07/31/83 02/12/84 12/22/85 06/15/86 THE LATEST WORD ON FOOTCARE JAMES PARKES, M.D., A. LOUIS SHURE, D.P.M., JOHN WALLER, M.D., MURRAY WEISENFELD, D.P.M. 37060 CHICAGO (T) 05/21/83 06/05/83 DAVID SUSSKIND AND FRIENDS JEAN KENNEDY, DAN BERKOWITZ, SAMANTHA SUSSKIND 37059 CHICAGO (T) 06/08/83 06/11/83 08/14/83 DR. CHARLES CLEMENTS, AN AMERICAN DOCTOR IN EL SALVADOR 37061 CHICAGO (T) 06/11/83 06/19/83 09/11/83 MOTHERS AND DAUGHTERS DEANE W. LORD, MARY CAMERON LORD, LOIS WYSE, KATHERINE GOLDMAN 37062 CHICAGO (T) 06/11/83 06/19/83 09/11/83 PEOPLE WHO HAVE MOVED TO NEW YORK RAYNE BEAUDOIN, BONNIE KOLOC, KEVIN METHENY, MARY SUE MORRIS, KIM STEELE 37062 THE DAVID SUSSKIND SHOW 1983-1984 06/22/83 10/16/83 PART I: WHY CAN'T MEN SHOW AFFECTION?: MALE FRIENDSHIP RICHARD SCHICKEL, HERBERT GOULD, LARRY LEEDS, DAVID MICHEALIS 37063 CHICAGO (T) 10/17/83 10/23/83 07/15/84 A CONVERSATION WITH ANTHONY QUINN 37066 CHICAGO (T) 10/25/83 10/30/83 A MODERN MARK TWAIN: MAYOR ALFRED E. VELLUCCI OF CAMBRIDGE, MASSACHUSETTS 37068 CHICAGO (T) 10/15/83 11/06/83 FRIENDSHIP AMONG WOMEN JOANNA SIMON, CATHY CASH SPELLMAN, DEANE LORD, ALICE WHITE 37065 CHICAGO (T) 10/17/83 11/20/83 PART I: ANTHONY QUINN CONTINUED 37067 CHICAGO 11/23/83 11/27/83 PART I: HELEN GALLAGHER 37072 CHICAGO (T) 11/19/83 11/27/83 PART II: THE MAKING OF CARMEN PETER BROOK, ALEXANDER COHEN, HILDY PARKS 37072 CHICAGO 11/19/83 12/04/83 09/30/84 A PROBING LOOK AT THE RUSSIANS HEDRICK SMITH, DAVID SHIPLER 37071 CHICAGO (T) 11/23/83 12/11/83 07/29/84 PART I: BROADWAY AND HOLLYWOOD LAID BARE MILTON GOLDMAN, ANNA SOSENKO, RADIE HARRIS 37073 CHICAGO 12/10/83 12/18/83 09/09/84 PART I: RESTAURANTEURS SHELDON TANNEN, LELLO ARPAIA, SIRIO MACCIONI, ROBERT MEYZEN, GIANNI GARAVELLI 37069 CHICAGO (T) 10/29/83 12/18/83 09/09/84 PART II: PHOTOGRAPHER NORMAN PARKINSON 37069 CHICAGO (T) 12/17/83 12/25/83 PART I: CARD SHARK FRANK GARCIA 37077 CHICAGO (T) 12/17/83 12/25/83 PART II: SPECTACULAR EVENING GOWNS BY JANA JANA JAFFE DE ROSSELL 37077 CHICAGO (T) 11/30/83 01/01/84 PART I: BETTER THAN EVER: SHOW BUSINESS GREATS JOYCE BRYANT, SHERRY BRITTON 37075 CHICAGO 10/29/83 01/01/84 PART II: NOUVEAU IS BETTER THAN NO RICHE AT ALL MARYLIN BENDER, MONSIEUR MARC 37069 12/10/83 01/08/84 07/22/84 PART I: THE LATEST BREAKTHROUGHS IN THE TREATMENT OF HEART DISEASE MICHAEL DE BAKEY, M.D., ISADORE ROSENFELD, M.D. 37074 CHICAGO (T) 12/14/83 01/15/84 DO WE HAVE THE RIGHT TO KILL OURSELVES? VALERIA, DEREK HUMPHRY, DR. WILLIAM MARRA, PROFESSOR MARVIN KOHL, PROFESSOR DAVID BLEICH, DORIS PORTWOOD 37076 CHICAGO 01/11/84 01/22/84 08/19/84 WARNING: MEDICAL CARE MAY BE HAZARDOUS TO YOUR WEALTH SENATOR LOWELL WEICKER, MARTIN CHERKASKY, M.D., JOHN LARAGH, M.D. 40029 CHICAGO (T) 01/21/84 01/29/84 NEW YORK: A WONDERFUL TOWN MAYOR EDWARD KOCH, LEWIS RUDIN, ANTHONY BLISS 40030 (NY TV MUSEUM) 01/25/84 01/29/84 PART II: "NO NICE GIRL SWEARS" - ALICE-LEONE MOATS 40030 CHICAGO(T) 02/04/84 02/12/84 PART I: FORGET THE FEAR OF FLYING CAPTAIN T.W. 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BENITA EISLER, PAUL FUSSELL, TERRY NOEL TOWE 40038 CHICAGO 03/21/84 04/08/84 08/12/84 PART I: BIG TIME SPORTS ARE NOT FOR MEN ONLY DONNA DEVARONA, KATHERINE SWITZER, GINNY SEIPT, PATRICIA HALL 40037 CHICAGO (T) 03/24/84 04/08/84 08/12/84 PART II: "THE ULTIMATE SEDUCTION": AN INTERVIEW WITH CHARLOTTE CHANDLER 40037 CHICAGO 03/31/84 04/15/84 TOUGH JUDGES TALK ABOUT CRIME AND PUNISHMENT JUDGE BURTON ROBERTS, JUDGE HERBERT STERN 40039 CHICAGO (T) 04/16/84 04/22/84 PART I: EVERYTHING'S UP TO DATE IN KANSAS CITY MAYOR RICHARD L. BERKLEY, SANDRA DAY BERKLEY, ELLIS G. BRADLEY, BEVERLY BRADLEY, J.C. NICHOLS, JR., MARY NICHOLS 40043 CHICAGO (T) 04/16/84 04/22/84 PART II: AN INTERVIEW WITH SIR JAMES MURRAY 40043 04/09/84 04/29/84 09/16/84 AN INTERVIEW WITH A. BARTLETT GIAMATTI, PRESIDENT OF YALE UNIVERSITY 40042 CHICAGO (T) 03/31/84 05/06/84 PART I: YES, MR. 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Entertainment Daily: Michael Jackson - King of pop performs his first US concert in more than a decade
TAPE: EF01/0645 IN_TIME: 20:51:31 DURATION: 4:53 SOURCES: APTN/pool RESTRICTIONS: music video/performance rights must be cleared DATELINE: New York, 7th September 2001 SHOTLIST 1. fans outside Madison Square Garden 2. cu sign Madison Square Garden 3. b-roll Dionne Warwick 4. b-roll Jackson 5 5. SOT JERMAINE JACKSON : "It is exciting, the brothers are excited, we are all ready, we have been going through the movement, we are ready to put it on them. " 6. b-roll Usher 7. SOT USHER: "Two words can describe Michael Jackson, he is the ultimate entertainer." 8. Performance Whitney Houston 'Wanna be startin' somethin' ' (Michael Jackson) 9. b-roll Gina Lollobrigida 10.b-roll Kenny Rogers 11 SOT KENNY ROGERS (on taking early photos of Michael for photography book): "I still have photographs of him that no-one has seen, of him and Bubbles, and I took the first pictures of him with his at that they actually used in Rolling Stone." 12 c/a press 13. performance Ray Charles & Cassandra Wilson 'It won't be long before it's crying time' 14 ws nighttime 15. b-roll Naomi Campbell 16. c/a press 17. b-roll Destiny's Child with Natalie Cole 18. performance Destiny's Child 'Billie Jean/Bootylicious' 19 vs b-roll Michael Jackson with Elizabeth Taylor 20. performance Liza Minelli 'Somewhere over the rainbow' 22 b-roll Liza Minnelli 22 SOT LIZA MINNELLI: "I've known him since he was 2, I just think he is great and he is still the best, and if anyone is coming tonight who hasn't seen him they are goign to go 'oh, is that where that came from', but they will see that better." 23 Performance Michael Jackson with the The Jackson 5, 'I want you back' 24. sign for concert MICHAEL JACKSON RETURNS TO STAGE A who's who of the entertainment industry showed up in New York on Friday night honouring Michael Jackson and the 30th anniversary of his solo career. The show was the first of two at Madison Square Garden - the second is tonight (Monday 10th September). They are his first concerts on American soil in more than ten years. Usher, Destiny's Child, and Naomi Campbell were among the stars at the event, which drew a capacity crowd - some of whom had paid up to USD 2,500 per ticket. Promoters said the tickets sold out within hours of going on sale. The stars were eager to sing Jackson's praises, and in many cases, remember a friend. Singer Kenny Rogers told APTN he still has early photographs of the star, taken when he was putting together a photography book. Jackson himself arrived in a white glittery jacket, with his close friend Elizabeth Taylor. The concert started nearly an hour late as the two stars were escorted to their seats. Sitting next to him was Macaulay Culkin, and Jackson's parents, Katherine and Joseph. The star-studded performances included Whitney Houston, who brought the house down with her rendition of 'Wanna be Startin' Somethin' ', a hit from Jackson's 'Thriller' album of 1982. Destiny's Child donned Jackson-style spangled hats and white gloves for a version of 'Bootylicious' performed to the tune of another huge 'Thriller' hit, 'Billie Jean'. Liza Minnelli broke down, declaring "I love you, Michael" as she sang 'Somewhere Over the Rainbow' in a cloud of bubbles. But the performance the crowd were really waiting for was Jackson's own - he took to the stage with his brothers, to sing and dance his way through The Jackson 5's 1970 hit 'I Want You Back'. It was his first performace with his brothers since their 1984 "Victory" tour, Other scheduled appearances over the two concerts include Britney Spears, 'N Sync, Usher, Ray Charles, Marc Anthony, Al Jareau, Gladys Knight, Mya, Yoko Ono, Jill Scott, Alicia Keys, Shaquille O'Neal, Samuel L. Jackson, and Marlon Brando. For those with USD 20,000 or more to spend, there was an after-hours party with Jackson. At 43 years of age, and with more than three decades in the spotlight, Jackson has his sights set on another comeback. The concerts are part of Jackson's attempt to reclaim his King of Pop title after a six-year absence between albums. His new album 'Invincible' is due out at the end of October - last week, he released the first single, 'You Rock My World.' On Thursday night Jackson stole the show at the MTV Video Music Awards by appearing briefly on stage with 'N Sync. The Jackson concerts will be broadcast on CBS this autumn. CLEARANCE DETAILS TITLE: Wanna be startin' somethin' ARTIST: Whitney Houston WRITER: Michael Jackson LABEL: EPIC INTL (20) 7911 8476 TITLE: It won't be long before it's crying time ARTIST: Ray Charles & Cassandra Wilson TITLE: BOOTILICIOUS ARTIST: DESTINY'S CHILD WRITER: TBC PUBLISHER:TBC LABEL: Columbia (20) 7911 8200 TITLE: Somewhere over the rainbow ARTIST: Liza Minnelli TITLE: I want you back ARTIST: Michael Jackson with the Jackson 5
WHITE HOUSE CONFERENCE ON BULLYING STIX
PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA AND FIRST LADY MICHELLE OBAMA DELIVER REMARKS A THE CONFERENCE ON BULLYING PREVENTION IN THE EAST ROOM STIX SLUG: 1035 WH BULLYING STIX RS37 84 AR: 16x9 Disc: 472 NYRS: 5102 MRS. OBAMA: Good morning. Thank you. (Applause.) Everyone, please. Good morning, and welcome to the White House. 10:25:30 I want to thank all of you for joining us here today to discuss an issue of great concern to me and to Barack, not just as President and as First Lady, but as a mom and a dad. And that is the problem of bullying in our schools and in our communities. 10:26:50 As parents, this issue really hits home for us. As parents, it breaks our hearts to think that any child feels afraid every day in the classroom, or on the playground, or even online. It breaks our hearts to think about any parent losing a child to bullying, or just wondering whether their kids will be safe when they leave for school in the morning. And as parents, Barack and I also know that sometimes, maybe even a lot of the time, it's really hard for parents to know what's going on in our kids' lives. We don't always know, because they don't always tell us every little detail. We know that from Sasha. Sasha's response is -- "What happened at school today?" "Nothing." (Laughter.) That's it. It's like, well, we're taking you out of that school. (Laughter.) So as parents, we know we need to make a real effort to be engaged in our children's lives, to listen to them and be there for them when they need us. We need to get involved in their schools and in their activities so that we know what they're up to, both in and out of the classroom. And when something is wrong, we need to speak up, and we need to take action. That's just what Jacqui Knight did. She's a mom from Moore, Oklahoma, who's here with us today. We got a chance to spend some time with her before. But when her child was bullied, she got together with other parents and planned community meetings where parents and students could share their stories. They also held meetings for the public to raise awareness about bullying. And they've been meeting with the school board and superintendent to discuss steps that they can take to keep their kids safe. 10:27:41 But parents aren't the only ones who have a responsibility. We all need to play a role -- as teachers, coaches, as faith leaders, elected officials, and anyone who's involved in our children's lives. And that doesn't just mean working to change our kids' behavior and recognize and reward kids who are already doing the right thing. It means thinking about our own behavior as adults as well. 10:28:17 We all know that when we, as adults, treat others with compassion and respect, when we take the time to listen and give each other the benefit of the doubt in our own adult lives, that sets an example for our children. It sends a message to our kids about how they treat others. So we all have a lot of work to do in this country on this issue. And I hope that all of you, and everyone who is watching online, will walk away from this day, from this conference, with new ideas and solutions that you can all take back to your own schools and your own communities. And I hope that all of us will step up and do our part to keep our kids safe, and to give them everything they need to learn and grow and fulfill their dreams. 10:29:06 So with that, it is my pleasure to introduce this guy here -- (laughter) -- my husband and our President, President Barack Obama. (Applause.) 10:29:33 THE PRESIDENT: Thank you. (Applause.) Thank you, everybody. Thank you. Thank you, everybody. Thank you. Well, welcome to the White House. I want to thank Michelle for her introduction, and for marrying me -- (laughter) -- and for putting up with me. I want to reiterate what Michelle said. Preventing bullying isn't just important to us as President and First Lady; it's important for us as parents -- something we care deeply about. 10:30:00 We're joined here by several members of Congress who've shown real leadership in taking up this cause. We've got a number of members of my administration with us today who are going to help us head up the efforts that come out of the White House on this issue. And I want to point out Judge Katherine O'Malley, the First Lady of Maryland. She is right here -- Katherine. (Applause.) Thank you for being here. Thank you all for being here. You have a chance to make an enormous difference, and you already have. 10:30:41 Bullying isn't a problem that makes headlines every day. But every day it touches the lives of young people all across this country. I want to thank all of you for participating in this conference. But more importantly, I want to thank you for being part of what's a growing movement -- led by young people themselves -- to put a stop to bullying, whether it takes place in school or it's taking place online. And that's why we're here today. If there's one goal of this conference, it's to dispel the myth that bullying is just a harmless rite of passage or an inevitable part of growing up. It's not. Bullying can have destructive consequences for our young people. And it's not something we have to accept. As parents and students, as teachers and members of the community, we can take steps -- all of us -- to help prevent bullying and create a climate in our schools in which all of our children can feel safe; a climate in which they all can feel like they belong. 10:31:43 As adults, we all remember what it was like to see kids picked on in the hallways or in the schoolyard. And I have to say, with big ears and the name that I have, I wasn't immune. (Laughter.) I didn't emerge unscathed. But because it's something that happens a lot, and it's something that's always been around, sometimes we've turned a blind eye to the problem. We've said, "Kids will be kids." And so sometimes we overlook the real damage that bullying can do, especially when young people face harassment day after day, week after week. So consider these statistics. A third of middle school and high school students have reported being bullied during the school year. Almost 3 million students have said they were pushed, shoved, tripped, even spit on. It's also more likely to affect kids that are seen as different, whether it's because of the color of their skin, the clothes they wear, the disability they may have, or sexual orientation. And bullying has been shown to lead to absences and poor performance in the classroom. And that alone should give us pause, since no child should be afraid to go to school in this country. 10:32:52 Today, bullying doesn't even end at the school bell -- it can follow our children from the hallways to their cell phones to their computer screens. And in recent months, a series of tragedies has drawn attention to just how devastating bullying can be. We have just been heartbroken by the stories of young people who endured harassment and ridicule day after day at school, and who ultimately took their own lives. These were kids brimming with promise -- kids like Ty Field, kids like Carl Walker-Hoover -- who should have felt nothing but excitement for the future. Instead, they felt like they had nowhere to turn, as if they had no escape from taunting and bullying that made school something they feared. I want to recognize Ty's mom and dad who are here today; Carl's mother and sister who are here today. They've shown incredible courage as advocates against bullying in memory of the sons and the brother that they've lost. And so we're so proud of them and we're grateful to them for being here today. (Applause.) 10:34:23 No family should have to go through what these families have gone through. No child should feel that alone. We've got to make sure our young people know that if they're in trouble, there are caring adults who can help and young adults that can help; that even if they're having a tough time, they're going to get through it, and there's a whole world full of possibility waiting for them. We also have to make sure we're doing everything we can so that no child is in that position in the first place. And this is a responsibility we all share -- a responsibility we have to teach all children the Golden Rule: We should treat others the way we want to be treated. The good news is, people are stepping up and accepting responsibility. They're refusing to turn a blind eye to this problem. The PTA is launching a new campaign to get resources and information into the hands of parents. MTV is leading a new coalition to fight bullying online, and they're launching a series of ads to talk about the damage that's done when kids are bullied for the color of their skin or their religion or being gay or just being who they are. Others are leading their own efforts here today. And across the country, parents and students and teachers at the local level are taking action as well. They're fighting not only to change rules and policies, but also to create a stronger sense of community and respect in their schools. 10:35:48 Joining this conference today is a young man I just had a chance to meet, Brandon Greene from Rhode Island. Brandon is 14 years old. Back in 6th grade, when he was just a kid, he did a class project on bullying. Now, two years later, it's a school-wide organization with 80 members. They do monthly surveys in their school to track bullying rates. And what they realized is that stopping bullying isn't just about preventing bad behavior -- it's also about working together and creating a positive atmosphere. So Brandon and his fellow committee members are now also doing activities like coat drives and community service at their school. And it's making a real difference. So we're very proud of Brandon and the great work he's doing. (Applause.) 10:36:41 There are stories like this all across the country, where young people and their schools have refused to accept the status quo. And I want you all to know that you have a partner in the White House. As the former head of Chicago's public schools, nobody understands this issue better than my Education Secretary, Arne Duncan. He's going to be working on it, along with our Health Secretary, Kathleen Sebelius. Arne is going to head up our administration's efforts, which began last year with a first-of-its-kind summit on bullying. And we're also launching a new resource called stopbullying.gov, which has more information for parents and for teachers. And as part of our education reform efforts, we're encouraging schools to ask students themselves about school safety and how we can address bullying and other related problems -- because, as every parent knows, sometimes the best way to find out what's happening with our kids is to ask, even if you have to -- if it's in the case of Sasha, you have to keep on asking. (Laughter.) Now, as adults, we can lose sight of how hard it can be sometimes to be a kid. And it's easy for us to forget what it was like to be teased or bullied. But it's also easy to forget the natural compassion and the sense of decency that our children display each and every day -- when they're given a chance. 10:37:59 A couple other young people that I just had a chance to meet -- Sarah and Emily Buder, who are here from California. They're right here next to the First Lady. And Sarah and Emily, they read a story about a girl named Olivia in a nearby town -- this is a girl they didn't know -- who had faced a lot of cruel taunting in school and online because she had had an epileptic seizure in class. So they decided to write Olivia a letter, and asked their friends to do the same. They figured they'd send Olivia about 50 letters. But in the months that followed, thousands and thousands of letters poured in from every corner of the country -- it really tapped into something. A lot of the letters were from young people, and they wanted to wish Olivia well, and let her know that somebody out there was talking -- was thinking about her, and let her know that she wasn't alone. And because those children treated Olivia with that small measure of kindness, it helped Olivia see that there was light at the end of the tunnel. 10:39:03 The fact is, sometimes kids are going to make mistakes, sometimes they're going to make bad decisions. That's part of growing up. But it's our job to be there for them, to guide them, and to ensure that they can grow up in an environment that not only encourages their talents and intelligence, but also their sense of empathy and their regard for one another. And that's what ultimately this conference is all about. And that's why all the issues that we're talking about really matter. And that's how we're going to prevent bullying and create an environment where every single one of our children can thrive. So thank you for the good work that you're already doing, and I'm sure you're going to come up with some terrific ideas during the course of this conference. Thank you very much. (Applause.) VALERIE JARRETT 10:41:02 good morning everyone 10:42:31 we're here today because we know bullying can be 10:49:47 let's now turn it over to the experts 10:52:23 Various professors speaking ----------------------------------------------------------------
WHITE HOUSE CONFERENCE ON BULLYING
PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA AND FIRST LADY MICHELLE OBAMA DELIVER REMARKS A THE CONFERENCE ON BULLYING PREVENTION IN THE EAST ROOM MRS. OBAMA: Good morning. Thank you. (Applause.) Everyone, please. Good morning, and welcome to the White House. 10:25:30 I want to thank all of you for joining us here today to discuss an issue of great concern to me and to Barack, not just as President and as First Lady, but as a mom and a dad. And that is the problem of bullying in our schools and in our communities. 10:26:50 As parents, this issue really hits home for us. As parents, it breaks our hearts to think that any child feels afraid every day in the classroom, or on the playground, or even online. It breaks our hearts to think about any parent losing a child to bullying, or just wondering whether their kids will be safe when they leave for school in the morning. And as parents, Barack and I also know that sometimes, maybe even a lot of the time, it's really hard for parents to know what's going on in our kids' lives. We don't always know, because they don't always tell us every little detail. We know that from Sasha. Sasha's response is -- "What happened at school today?" "Nothing." (Laughter.) That's it. It's like, well, we're taking you out of that school. (Laughter.) So as parents, we know we need to make a real effort to be engaged in our children's lives, to listen to them and be there for them when they need us. We need to get involved in their schools and in their activities so that we know what they're up to, both in and out of the classroom. And when something is wrong, we need to speak up, and we need to take action. That's just what Jacqui Knight did. She's a mom from Moore, Oklahoma, who's here with us today. We got a chance to spend some time with her before. But when her child was bullied, she got together with other parents and planned community meetings where parents and students could share their stories. They also held meetings for the public to raise awareness about bullying. And they've been meeting with the school board and superintendent to discuss steps that they can take to keep their kids safe. 10:27:41 But parents aren't the only ones who have a responsibility. We all need to play a role -- as teachers, coaches, as faith leaders, elected officials, and anyone who's involved in our children's lives. And that doesn't just mean working to change our kids' behavior and recognize and reward kids who are already doing the right thing. It means thinking about our own behavior as adults as well. 10:28:17 We all know that when we, as adults, treat others with compassion and respect, when we take the time to listen and give each other the benefit of the doubt in our own adult lives, that sets an example for our children. It sends a message to our kids about how they treat others. So we all have a lot of work to do in this country on this issue. And I hope that all of you, and everyone who is watching online, will walk away from this day, from this conference, with new ideas and solutions that you can all take back to your own schools and your own communities. And I hope that all of us will step up and do our part to keep our kids safe, and to give them everything they need to learn and grow and fulfill their dreams. 10:29:06 So with that, it is my pleasure to introduce this guy here -- (laughter) -- my husband and our President, President Barack Obama. (Applause.) 10:29:33 THE PRESIDENT: Thank you. (Applause.) Thank you, everybody. Thank you. Thank you, everybody. Thank you. Well, welcome to the White House. I want to thank Michelle for her introduction, and for marrying me -- (laughter) -- and for putting up with me. I want to reiterate what Michelle said. Preventing bullying isn't just important to us as President and First Lady; it's important for us as parents -- something we care deeply about. 10:30:00 We're joined here by several members of Congress who've shown real leadership in taking up this cause. We've got a number of members of my administration with us today who are going to help us head up the efforts that come out of the White House on this issue. And I want to point out Judge Katherine O'Malley, the First Lady of Maryland. She is right here -- Katherine. (Applause.) Thank you for being here. Thank you all for being here. You have a chance to make an enormous difference, and you already have. 10:30:41 Bullying isn't a problem that makes headlines every day. But every day it touches the lives of young people all across this country. I want to thank all of you for participating in this conference. But more importantly, I want to thank you for being part of what's a growing movement -- led by young people themselves -- to put a stop to bullying, whether it takes place in school or it's taking place online. And that's why we're here today. If there's one goal of this conference, it's to dispel the myth that bullying is just a harmless rite of passage or an inevitable part of growing up. It's not. Bullying can have destructive consequences for our young people. And it's not something we have to accept. As parents and students, as teachers and members of the community, we can take steps -- all of us -- to help prevent bullying and create a climate in our schools in which all of our children can feel safe; a climate in which they all can feel like they belong. 10:31:43 As adults, we all remember what it was like to see kids picked on in the hallways or in the schoolyard. And I have to say, with big ears and the name that I have, I wasn't immune. (Laughter.) I didn't emerge unscathed. But because it's something that happens a lot, and it's something that's always been around, sometimes we've turned a blind eye to the problem. We've said, "Kids will be kids." And so sometimes we overlook the real damage that bullying can do, especially when young people face harassment day after day, week after week. So consider these statistics. A third of middle school and high school students have reported being bullied during the school year. Almost 3 million students have said they were pushed, shoved, tripped, even spit on. It's also more likely to affect kids that are seen as different, whether it's because of the color of their skin, the clothes they wear, the disability they may have, or sexual orientation. And bullying has been shown to lead to absences and poor performance in the classroom. And that alone should give us pause, since no child should be afraid to go to school in this country. 10:32:52 Today, bullying doesn't even end at the school bell -- it can follow our children from the hallways to their cell phones to their computer screens. And in recent months, a series of tragedies has drawn attention to just how devastating bullying can be. We have just been heartbroken by the stories of young people who endured harassment and ridicule day after day at school, and who ultimately took their own lives. These were kids brimming with promise -- kids like Ty Field, kids like Carl Walker-Hoover -- who should have felt nothing but excitement for the future. Instead, they felt like they had nowhere to turn, as if they had no escape from taunting and bullying that made school something they feared. I want to recognize Ty's mom and dad who are here today; Carl's mother and sister who are here today. They've shown incredible courage as advocates against bullying in memory of the sons and the brother that they've lost. And so we're so proud of them and we're grateful to them for being here today. (Applause.) 10:34:23 No family should have to go through what these families have gone through. No child should feel that alone. We've got to make sure our young people know that if they're in trouble, there are caring adults who can help and young adults that can help; that even if they're having a tough time, they're going to get through it, and there's a whole world full of possibility waiting for them. We also have to make sure we're doing everything we can so that no child is in that position in the first place. And this is a responsibility we all share -- a responsibility we have to teach all children the Golden Rule: We should treat others the way we want to be treated. The good news is, people are stepping up and accepting responsibility. They're refusing to turn a blind eye to this problem. The PTA is launching a new campaign to get resources and information into the hands of parents. MTV is leading a new coalition to fight bullying online, and they're launching a series of ads to talk about the damage that's done when kids are bullied for the color of their skin or their religion or being gay or just being who they are. Others are leading their own efforts here today. And across the country, parents and students and teachers at the local level are taking action as well. They're fighting not only to change rules and policies, but also to create a stronger sense of community and respect in their schools. 10:35:48 Joining this conference today is a young man I just had a chance to meet, Brandon Greene from Rhode Island. Brandon is 14 years old. Back in 6th grade, when he was just a kid, he did a class project on bullying. Now, two years later, it's a school-wide organization with 80 members. They do monthly surveys in their school to track bullying rates. And what they realized is that stopping bullying isn't just about preventing bad behavior -- it's also about working together and creating a positive atmosphere. So Brandon and his fellow committee members are now also doing activities like coat drives and community service at their school. And it's making a real difference. So we're very proud of Brandon and the great work he's doing. (Applause.) 10:36:41 There are stories like this all across the country, where young people and their schools have refused to accept the status quo. And I want you all to know that you have a partner in the White House. As the former head of Chicago's public schools, nobody understands this issue better than my Education Secretary, Arne Duncan. He's going to be working on it, along with our Health Secretary, Kathleen Sebelius. Arne is going to head up our administration's efforts, which began last year with a first-of-its-kind summit on bullying. And we're also launching a new resource called stopbullying.gov, which has more information for parents and for teachers. And as part of our education reform efforts, we're encouraging schools to ask students themselves about school safety and how we can address bullying and other related problems -- because, as every parent knows, sometimes the best way to find out what's happening with our kids is to ask, even if you have to -- if it's in the case of Sasha, you have to keep on asking. (Laughter.) Now, as adults, we can lose sight of how hard it can be sometimes to be a kid. And it's easy for us to forget what it was like to be teased or bullied. But it's also easy to forget the natural compassion and the sense of decency that our children display each and every day -- when they're given a chance. 10:37:59 A couple other young people that I just had a chance to meet -- Sarah and Emily Buder, who are here from California. They're right here next to the First Lady. And Sarah and Emily, they read a story about a girl named Olivia in a nearby town -- this is a girl they didn't know -- who had faced a lot of cruel taunting in school and online because she had had an epileptic seizure in class. So they decided to write Olivia a letter, and asked their friends to do the same. They figured they'd send Olivia about 50 letters. But in the months that followed, thousands and thousands of letters poured in from every corner of the country -- it really tapped into something. A lot of the letters were from young people, and they wanted to wish Olivia well, and let her know that somebody out there was talking -- was thinking about her, and let her know that she wasn't alone. And because those children treated Olivia with that small measure of kindness, it helped Olivia see that there was light at the end of the tunnel. 10:39:03 The fact is, sometimes kids are going to make mistakes, sometimes they're going to make bad decisions. That's part of growing up. But it's our job to be there for them, to guide them, and to ensure that they can grow up in an environment that not only encourages their talents and intelligence, but also their sense of empathy and their regard for one another. And that's what ultimately this conference is all about. And that's why all the issues that we're talking about really matter. And that's how we're going to prevent bullying and create an environment where every single one of our children can thrive. So thank you for the good work that you're already doing, and I'm sure you're going to come up with some terrific ideas during the course of this conference. Thank you very much. (Applause.) VALERIE JARRETT 10:41:02 good morning everyone 10:42:31 we're here today because we know bullying can be 10:49:47 let's now turn it over to the experts 10:52:23 Various professors speaking
UK Jackson
AP-APTN-2330: UK Jackson Saturday, 8 October 2011 STORY:UK Jackson- REPLAY Tribute concert in Welsh capital to Michael Jackson; fans LENGTH: 02:30 FIRST RUN: 2130 RESTRICTIONS: See Script TYPE: English/Nat SOURCE: AP TELEVISION/Iambic Media Ltd STORY NUMBER: 709075 DATELINE: Cardiff - 8 Oct 2011 LENGTH: 02:30 IAMBIC MEDIA LTD - AP CLIENTS ONLY AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY ++PLEASE NOTE: Iambic Media Ltd - 3 minutes total can be used of which 30 seconds can be music - of the music tracks - only "I'll be there", "Blame it on the Boogie" and "I Can't Help It" - can be used in the edit and only 30 seconds total++ SHOTLIST IAMBIC MEDIA LTD - AP CLIENTS ONLY ++PLEASE NOTE: Iambic Media Ltd - 3 minutes total can be used of which 30 seconds can be music - of the music tracks - only "I'll be there", "Blame it on the Boogie" and "I Can't Help It" - can be used in the edit and only 30 seconds total++ ++INTERIOR SHOTS++ 1. Wide of concert arena, UPSOUND: (English) British boyband JLS singer Marvin Humes welcoming audience "How are you doing, Cardiff?" 2. Pan of audience, UPSOUND: (English) Humes "I said, Cardiff, how are you doing?" (++Upsound ends on shot 3++) 3. JLS singer Marvin Humes addressing audience 4. Wide of stage 5. Various of JLS singer Oritse Williams addressing audience 6. Wide of audience 7. Oritse Williams announcing the Jackson brothers, UPSOUND (English) "Tito, Marlon and Jackie, the Jacksons to the stage right about now!" (++Upsound ends on shot 8++) 8. Wide of stage 9. Tito, Marlon and Jackie Jackson entering stage 10. Various of JLS and Tito, Marlon and Jackie Jackson performing "Blame It On the Boogie" 11. Pan of audience 12. Close of people cheering and applauding 13. Various of British singer Leona Lewis on stage, UPSOUND: (English) "Before I do I just wanna say: thank you to Michael for your timeless music, amazing songs" 14. Close of Leona Lewis performing "I'll be there" 15. Various of audience cheering and applauding 16. Various of US actor/singer Jamie Foxx announcing Michael Jackson's children, UPSOUND: (English) "I want you to welcome to the stage the heirs to the throne, Michael's children, Prince, Paris and Blanket Jackson!" 17. Various of three Jackson's children arriving to the stage, UPSOUND: audience cheering 18. Close of woman in audience 19. SOUNDBITE: (English) Blanket Jackson, younger son of Michael Jackson: "We are very happy to introduce our father on this special night." (++Soundbite ends on shot 20++) 20. Close of Blanket Jackson 21. Mid of Jackson's children on stage 22. SOUNDBITE: (English) Paris Jackson, daughter of Michael Jackson: "We are very happy to be here on this special night to honour our father." (++Soundbite ends on shot 23++) 23. Various of Paris Jackson making announcement 24. SOUNDBITE: (English) Prince Jackson, older son of Michael Jackson: "And we are specially excited to introduce this very special performance by an amazing performer. She gave up her time, talent and energy to be part of this night's event." 24. Wide of stage 25. SOUNDBITE: (English) La Toya Jackson, sister of Michael Jackson: "He shared his soul with all of whom would listen. And that is a mark of a truly, truly great artist. And he was an exceptionally great and a wonderful entertainer as you all know." (++Starts on close, goes to wide, then goes back on close++) 26. Close of woman in audience listening 27. Reverse shot of La Toya on stage 28. Various of US singer Cee Lo Green performing "I can't help it" 29. Mid of audience dancing 30. Mid of Cee lo Green performing 31. Wide of stage and changing lights AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY ++EXTERIOR SHOTS++ 32. Wide of Millennium Stadium 33. People buying merchandise 34. SOUNDBITE: (English) Vox pop, no name given: "And I wish I had attended one of his concerts but, you know, this is the least I can do to salute and give a tribute for the king, undisputed king of pop." 35. Close of girl having initials MJ written on her cheeks 36. Various of tickets being inspected 37. People outside the Millennium Stadium STORYLINE Chart-toppers, soul singers and three generations of Michael Jackson's family - including his children - celebrated the King of Pop at an energetic tribute concert on Saturday in Cardiff, Wales, urging fans to focus on the late star's music rather than his death. The run-up to the "Michael Forever" concert was overshadowed by the Los Angeles manslaughter trial of Jackson's doctor, and marred by fan criticism, sluggish ticket sales and dissension within the Jackson family. But once the four-hour show started, Jackson's musical genius, and the warm tributes of friends and family, carried the night. "We're very happy to be here on this special night to honour our father," said Jackson's 13-year-old daughter Paris, who made a brief onstage appearance alongside brothers Prince, 14, and 9-year-old Michael Joseph Jr., known as "Blanket". The children wore outfits evoking their father's famous styles - Paris most strikingly, in a red and black "Thriller"-style jacket. Blanket stood stoic and shy, but the older children smiled and appeared confident in the spotlight. On a stage shaped like a giant glove, musicians including Christina Aguilera, Leona Lewis, Gladys Knight and Cee Lo Green performed songs from across Jackson's career - from his childhood with the Jackson 5 through monster solo albums like "Thriller" and "Bad." The Black Eyed Peas, probably the biggest act on the bill, pulled out of the line-up this week, citing "unavoidable circumstances." Participants urged fans to ignore the criticism and controversy, and to revel in the celebration of Jackson's musical legacy. The 50-thousand-strong crowd at Cardiff's Millennium Stadium did just that, roaring with approval as Jackson's brothers Marlon, Tito and Jackie - three-fifths of the original Jackson 5 - took the stage to perform "Blame It On the Boogie" with British boyband JLS. Jackson died in June 2009, at age 50, as he was preparing for a string of comeback concerts in London. His last hours are being relived in graphic detail at the manslaughter trial of Dr. Conrad Murray, accused of giving Jackson a lethal dose of the anaesthetic propofol and other sedatives in the bedroom of his rented mansion on June 25, 2009. The show mined a rich trove of Jackson hits. Leona Lewis crooned "I'll Be There," Beyonce delivered the early single "I Wanna Be Where You Are" and Jamie Foxx performed "Rock With You." The concert has divided the King of Pop's family and followers. The three brothers, sister La Toya and vocal group 3T - composed of three of Michael's nephews - all performed, while 81-year-old matriarch Katherine was in the audience. But Michael's brothers Jermaine and Randy and sister Janet have stayed away, saying it is wrong to hold the show at the same time as Murray's trial. Before the show, Marlon Jackson said he respected his siblings' decision, but said he was sure Michael would have approved. Some fan groups around also criticised the show for ticket prices that started at about 100 US Dollars and for what some regard as an out-of-the-way location in Cardiff, 150 miles (240 kilometres) west of London. But those who came to Cardiff said it was a fitting antidote to the grim courtroom spectacle in Los Angeles. 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TED CRUZ RALEIGH NORTH CAROLINA RALLY / HD
TED CRUZ RALEIGH NORTH CAROLINA RALLY 030816 RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA-- At a campaign event that was a town hall moderated by Fox News' Megyn Kelly, Ted Cruz responded to criticism from the Rubio campaign that he has engaged in "disgusting" campaign tactics for an email to Hawaiians that suggests Rubio is going to drop out and cites a CNN report that the Rubio campaign says is false. Cruz called the Rubio campaign's criticism the behavior of a "flailing" and said that his campaign did not sanction the email or its contents. Cruz said the email was sent by volunteers, not staff. Katherine Faulders and Ryan Struyk have found that the domain address that the email came from is linked to a member of Cruz's Hawaii leadership team. "Well the nature of politics is when a campaign is flailing, they attack and they attack other candidates and they attack their integrity. This particular email apparently came from a volunteer in Hawaii, not affiliated with the campaign, not working for the campaign, not under authorization for the campaign, we have over 200,000 volunteers across the country I cannot control nor do I want to control what 200,000 volunteers do,"Cruz told Kelly. 13:36:47 (ABC and other networks were allowed to film the town hall, just not live stream it). Cruz said that his legal counsel sent a letter asking them to take the email down. However, Cruz argued that the CNN story that was cited was the lead of Drudge Report. "Now we asked him to take it down anyway why? Because we knew that other campaigns would seek to make political hay out of it, use it to try to attack my integrity because a volunteers forwards a story that's the lead story on drudge to other voters and we knew that reporters would do what you're doing which is to ask doesn't this prove you're unethical that voters are forwarding links to news stories. When pressed on the story being based on anonymous sources and the Rubio campaign disputing it, Cruz fired back, " I have no idea if the story is true or false. I have no idea but this is the way politics is played where if you have a campaign where the Rubio campaign they don't want to focus on the issues they want to talk about Donald's hands, how about focusing on how we solve the problems in this country?" One other thing to note. During the actual campaign event/town hall, Cruz went into great detail discussing the difference between a contested convention and a brokered convention. He feels that a "brokered convention" is the dream of the establishment and a way to deny the people of the candidates with the top amount of delegates. He sounded more open to what he calls a "contested convention" however he reiterated that he doesn't believe it will come down to it. Will send around a verbate of that once I have it. HIGHLIGHTS LOG: TVU 12 TED CRUZ RALEIGH NC RALLY ABC UNI C16 030816 ON HAWAII CAMPAIGN TACTIC 13:36:11 KELLY: One of the things you come under fire for is what happened in Iowa with Dr. Ben Carson. There's a report today that in Hawaii something similar is happening with your supporters and Marco Rubio, an ad that's gone out that says wasted vote and Rubio's campaign is accusing you of disgusting tactics because the emails says multiple media reports say that Rubio is being pressured to drop out before Florida and his campaign denies it. Do you stand by that? Do you call for that to be pulled? 13:36:47 CRUZ: Well the nature of politics is when a campaign is flailing, they attack and they attack other candidates and they attack their integrity. This particular email apparently came from a volunteer in Hawaii, not affiliated with the campaign, not working for the campaign, not under authorization for the campaign, we have over 200,000 volunteers across the country I cannot control nor do I want to control what 200,000 volunteers do. KELLY: So you don't stand by it? CRUZ: Not only that our legal counsel sent them a letter saying take that email down, one volunteer sent out...and by the way, they forwarded a CNN story that was the lead story on drudge is what the volunteer did. Now we asked him to take it down anyway why? Because we knew that other campaigns would seek to make political hay out of it, use it to try to attack my integrity because a volunteers forwards a story that's the lead story on drudge to other voters and we knew that reporters would do what you're doing which is to ask doesn't this prove you're unethical that voters are forwarding links to news stories. KELLY: That wasn't exactly how I phrased it. His campaign made the allegation I wanted to give you a chance to clear it up. 13:37:58 CRUZ: And it's the way the game works which is listen. KELLY: But he feels victimized because CNN released a report that didn't have any sources they were all unnamed sources that he was being pressured to get out. 13:38:14 CRUZ: Listen I have no idea whether CNN had sources or not. The CNN story claimed its sources were in the Rubio campaign. KELLY: But the campaign denied it. But CNN is standing by its report. CRUZ: So you're saying that if a campaign denies it it has to be false? KELLY: I am not saying that. You guys tell us stuff all the time that we have to triple check. CRUZ: I have no idea if the story is true or false. I have no idea but this is the way politics is played where if you have a campaign where the Rubio campaign they don't want to focus on the issues they want to talk about Donald's hands, how about focusing on how we solve the problems in this country? ON CONTESTED CONVENTION V. BROKERED CONVENTION 13:01:07 KELLY: Let's talk about contested convention and whether that's a likelihood because I know you've said openly that this could be an enormous mistake for the party and obviously the party would have to be very divided for it to arrive at a brokered convention in July but those who want it, some of your backers who don't see an easy path forward to 1237 for you say I have no problem with a contested convention I'd rather see that they say than to see somebody get the nomination who only has a plurality, who doesn't have 1237 so if it has to happen ugly, it happens ugly. 13:01:39 CRUZ: Look there's a difference between a contested convention and a brokered convention. A brokered convention is the fevered dream of the DC establishment. KELLY: Mitch McConnell. CRUZ: That everyone is divided and then suddenly the DC establishment swoops in with their white knight and they're mad at the voters because the voters [booing] you see that's the reaction of the voters. I think it would be absolutely catastrophic to have a brokered convention where they try to parachute in some DC establishment candidate. You would see an open revolt. And it would all but concede the election to Hillary Clinton. The voters need to decide this and that's why our strategy is very simple, we intend to beat Donald Trump, but the way to beat Donald Trump, beat him at the ballot box. 13:02:32 KELLY: So if you get to July and you haven't yet amassed 1237 and neither has he, let's say it's a two man race at that point, you're okay with the quote contested convention where then it goes to a balloting system and it's still decided by the people--- 13:02:49 CRUZ: A contested convention is a different thing where you go, if no one gets 1237 and you've got two frontrunners, look Reagan and Ford battled it out at a contested convention, that's what conventions are for if you're fighting between the candidates who have earned the votes of the people and it's the delegates at the convention who've been elected to do that, that's the way the system works. And that's perfectly appropriate but I'll tell ya I don't believe we're going to need that either. I believe our path is very simple we're going to continue to narrow the field. When we get head to head with Donald Trump we are going to beat Donald Trump over and over and over again.
Entertainment Daily: Cannes - Feature from the Cannes Film Festival including Lord of the Rings, Hugh Heffner's 75th Birthday, Shrek and the new Coen Brothers movie.
TAPE: EF01/0402 IN_TIME: 14:22:46 DURATION: 17:06 SOURCES: APTN/Various RESTRICTIONS: No re-use/re-sale of film/video/tv clips without clearance, music/performance rights must be cleared DATELINE: 12/`13 May 2001, Cannes, France SHOTLIST: 1 Pan from press to American Pavillion 2 Arrival Playboy Bunnies and Hugh Hefner 3 Arrival Hefner and bunnies to presser 4 C/a photographers 5 SOT Hefner : " Forty two years ago in 1959 my first trip outside the United States, I had a wonderful time, I celebrated that as an anniversary two years ago and back here now because we are doing a lot of interesting things overseas and because my ladies wanted very much to come here. " 6 GV Playboy Yacht 7 SOT Hefner : " Well I think that my dreams were very typically mid western American and at the same time universal so that I managed to make those dreams a reality through the pictures in the magazine and then living out the life, and the more that became a reality the more people identified with it, and it has never been more true than the last three years." 8 GV Hefner being sung 'Happy Birthday' 9 SOT Hefner : " I just celebrated my 75th birthday, and one should not be living this kind of life when they are 75, or so they told us when we were young. I have discovered and tried to establish that age is really just a number, and if you are healthy you are as young as you feel, and I feel younger, and to some extent I think I look younger than I did ten or fifteen years ago. Young girlfriends help, it keeps me connected with the younger generation." 10 GV Playboy bunnies introducing themselves 11 SOT Hefner : " We have signed a deal with Brian Granger of imagine films at Universal, we are going to be making a major production on my life and we are working, everyone wants to know who is going to play me, and I don't have the answer for that, I think the first thing, we have to get a screen play, I think they are working on now, and then we will see, but it is very exciting." 12 Pan up from cake to Hefner, Sot Hefner: : " I think that a play boy is someone who sees life as more than simply a vale of tears, a person who takes some joy in life, that thinks of life as a celebration , that realizes that one should work hard and play hard too and do it in a moral context, but we are here for such a very short time, to not embrace life, to not celebrate it, to not approach life with some passion, I think that is what it is all about." 13 GVs "Kandahar" or "Safar E Ganbehar" steps featuring Mohsen Makhmalbaf and cast (Samira Makhmalbaf stands to the left of her father) 14 Clip "Kandahar"/"Safar E Ganbehar" 15 SOT Mohsen Makhmalbaf (Farsi) "I feel this is an opportunity, it's a chance - not because of Cannes iteself, not because of the prize and not because of any other reason but it's because it's a chance to speak about the misery of other people so that people like yourself would hear about it and hopefully with people's awareness of the situation something will change and something will happen." 16 Clip "Kandahar"/"Safar E Ganbehar" 17 SOT Mohsen Makhmalbaf (Farsi) "Before I am a film maker I am a human being and in a country where for the past 20 years every 5 minutes one person has been killed or died, one person has become a refugee and out of six and a half million refugees around the world, two and a half comes and lives in my country. It is my responsibility to do something about it and since I made a film 12 years ago about Afghanistan, and since the world doesn't know much about Afghanistan, I wanted to make this film to let the world know about the tragedy that is happening there." 18 Trailer "Shrek" (Courtesy UIP/Dreamworks) 19 SOT Mike Myers : " I think that Eddie Murphy is hilarious in this movie, Cameron diaz is great always, John Lithgow is a brilliant actor, I think that it is a very silly and light journey with , you know, there is a dragon in it and stuff like that. but I think ultimately it is a very sweet journey. " 20 B-roll of Myers on steps with Dreakworks bosses 21 SOT Mike Myers - on Cannes : " It is kind of a surreal larger than life experience that is far from where I grew up, but I am very honored to be part of a movie that is in competition, the first movie from the united states since 1953 and Peter pan, and I am very honored to be part of this movie which I think I didn't write, didn't produce, didn't direct so I can unabashedly say they did a great job and with a great message." 22 Pull out from man in Shrek costume to reveal Myers 23 Trailer "Shrek" (Courtesy UIP/Dreamworks) 24 Teaser Trailer "Lord of the Rings" (Courtesy of New Line Cinema) 25 SOT Peter Jackson (director) : "It was an idea that I guess, you know for some reason this book has sat around for forty five years, the most popular book in the world, at a time when every popular novel gets made into a movie, this things hasn't be made for forty five years as a live action film. And it was suddenly, the idea why don't we do it. I guess computer technology as well is a factor because you know special effects and computer technology has reached the point now where you actually can make the The Lord Of The Rings, it would have been pretty impossible you know from a technical point of view, and ten years ago probably" WS arrivals at party 26 B-roll Ring Wraiths (men in black cloaks on horses) and guards 27 Arrival Christopher Lee (plays Sauron) 28 MS Viggo Mortensen (plays Strider/Aragorn) 29 WS Sir Ian McKellen (plays Gandalf): " Of course when you are working with people from 12 months you get to know them extremely well and bond together and we all felt that we were going on a journey together, and so here we are yes it is a family reunion. " 30 MS Tim Sanders (producer) and Dominic Monaghan (plays Merry) 31 Arrival Elijah Wood (plays Frodo) and 32 SOT Elijah Wood : "It has hit me, this is huge, for all of us, I mean we spent fifteen months in New Zealand working on this so hard and all of out efforts have come to this appreciation, it is a celebration, a celebration of passion and love and family and it is pretty incredible. " 33 Teaser Trailer "Lord of the Rings" (Courtesy of New Line Cinema) 34 B-roll Liv Tyler (plays Arwen) 35 SOT Tyler - on how her part is different in film and how it will appeal to girls : " In the back of the book there is an appendix, in the back of the third book and there is a really large chapter called Aragorn and that is where we took everything, and it is the most beautiful, hopeless love story in such a classic way, like Romeo and Juliet is, it is just unbelievable and tragic and wonderful, and so I think that will appeal , and just, they have such a beautiful, beautiful love. " 36 WS people dressed as hobbits at party 37 Tilt up "hobbit" 38 Pull out from hobbits of film to reveal John Rhys-Davies (plays Gimli the dwarf) 39 SOT (from left to right) Billy Boyd, Sean Astin, Elijah Wood, Dominic Monaghan " Yes we went through a very intensive course, it is called bendi, and it is an Indian technique and you think small and you just slowly. He bent his bones doing that and. " " It was hard for me because I had to be eating while doing it and so you are sort of thinking and eating, you start to choke sometimes if you're not careful." " You don't want to lose anything in that process though if you know what I mean. " "Right, you have got to focus. " 40 SOT Jackson Teaser Trailer "Lord of the Rings" (Courtesy of New Line Cinema) : " As you say it is like how do you do it, the initial thought, how on earth are we going to do this, but you go through a series of test and you brain storm, and what we ultimately did was to some up with not one technique but we had maybe eight or ten different tricks up our sleeve that ranged from doing blue screen computer compositing with actors to create different sizes or sometimes we did things as simple as asking Elijah to kneel, to go down on his knees, to act on his knees so that he could look like he was under five feet tall, and sometimes tricks like that, simple tricks, were fine in some shots. And so continuously through the three films you are actually seeing very much a mixture of different techniques to achieve those effects, some of them very simple." 41 Pan from Mickey Mouse head to party 42 Arrival Andie McDowell 43 Arrival Frances McDormand and Joel Cohen 44 B-roll Billy Bob Thornton being interviewed 45 Film clip "The Man Who Wasn't There" 46 B-roll party 47 GV Joel Cohen with McDormand at table 48 MS McDowell at table 49 SOT Billy Bob Thornton : "I am a very simple person in a lot of ways, yes, I just don't , I haven't been very many places in my life you know, I'm not out of the country, and I don't see many movies or read too much. I'm just not the smartest guy in the world but I sure enjoy making movies I tell you, and I enjoy playing characters like this one in the Coen brothers movie, and so they would just point me in the right direction and I would go. " 50 Film clip "The Man Who Wasn't There" STORYLINE: The major event of Cannes 2001 was always going to be the unspooling of a clip reel from Peter Jackson's Lord of the Rings - a film not even in competition - and nobody was disappointed when it was screened, Friday. The few select journalists given a glimpse of the scenes from the epic, based on J.R. Tolkien's fantasy masterpiece, walked away asking many questions, not least how filmmaker Peter Jackson has managed to put 3 1/2-foot-high hobbits alongside full-scale humans and a towering wizard for the upcoming movie trilogy ``The Lord of the Rings". Sean Astin, who plays the hobbit Sam had an "Alice in Wonderland'' answer for those who dared to pose the question. "Peter gave us these little blue pills he cooked up and told us to start taking them with water six weeks before we began shooting,'' joked Astin. Jackson and cast and crew members all travelled over for the screening and to meet press. Part one of the trilogy, "The Fellowship of the Ring,'' hits theaters in December. New Line Cinema, who are stumping up much of the budget for the movie, figured the festival was an ideal showcase for the sneak peek at Middle-earth, the dark lord Sauron, and the band of hobbits, humans, dwarves and elves who must destroy the ring of power Sauron covets. "It's also kind of scary, too, showing what we're showing here,'' Jackson said. "It's weird, because it's not the movie. ... 'Lord of the Rings' is such a rich book with great plot machinations and characters. It's a little bit painful to just show a seven-minute kind of sketchy montage of the story.'' Besides a montage from the first film, journalists were shown several minutes of material from parts two and three, due in theaters worldwide around Christmas 2002 and 2003. The centerpiece of the footage was a 14-minute segment of the heroes' harrowing journey through the mines of Moria, where they face legions of fierce goblins called orcs, a giant troll and a monstrous creature known as a balrog. The scenes included a striking tableau of the "fellowship of the ring'': the hobbit Frodo Baggins (Elijah Wood and hobbit companions Sam, Merry and Pippin (Astin, Dominic Monaghan and Billy Boyd); the wizard Gandalf (Ian McKellen); the human warriors Aragorn (Viggo Mortensen and Boromir (Sean Bean; the elf Legolas (Orlando Bloom); and the dwarf Gimli (John Rhys-Davies). "It's an interesting challenge to make it believable and also for it not to take you out of the film and make you too self-conscious that these people are so small,'' Wood said. "You see the hobbits have human qualities as well and are not sort of cartoonish. It's short people and tall people, and that's just the way Middle-earth is.'' Depicting the various-sized characters was done through a combination of elaborate special effects and tricky but low-tech camera angles. The trilogy also stars Ian Holm as hobbit Bilbo Baggins, Cate Blanchett as the elf Lady Galadriel, Liv Tyler as the elf Arwen and Christopher Lee as the dark wizard Saruman. Tyler's character was enhanced to give the films a more feminine feel than the male-heavy books allow, but the filmmakers were not forced to make up new elements from scratch. The actress explains the books have an appendix at the back, which included information about the elf Arwen that has been woven into the body of the movie. Film franchises generally are shot one movie at a time, with studios making decisions on sequels based on the performance of the previous installment. But New Line took the gamble of shooting all three at once over 15 months in New Zealand, finishing last December. Executive producer Mark Ordesky, president of New Line's arthouse label Fine Line, said there's such a huge fan base for ``Lord of the Rings'' that the studio felt confident going ahead with all three. The combined budget for the trilogy is $270 million. Doing all three at once allowed New Line to economize on travel, equipment and talent costs. And what if the first film bombs? ``It's not going to bomb,'' Ordesky said. ``There's a hundred million of these books out there in 40 languages worldwide. You've got a missionary effect in that you've got three generations who've been reading it since the '50s, when the book first came out." And to prove their confidence in the product, they have lavished hundreds of thousand of dollars on promoting it in Cannes this year. 15 cast members were flown in to meet the press. New Line also took over the Chateau de Castelleras and dressed it up as Middle Earth with dwarves, wraiths, elves and orcs all parading around in different areas of the location. Sets were flown in from New Zealand for the party and a hobbit house was constructed as a center piece, with a banner above wishing Bilbo Baggins his Happy 111th birthday. With a hilariously irreverent take on the traditional fairy tale and the latest in computer technology, "Shrek" gave Cannes a taste of new-age animation on Saturday. The first animated film in competition for nearly 30 years, the DreamWorks SKG production takes the age-old tale of a beautiful princess waiting for her hero to rescue her, and turns it on its head. The knight in shining armor is a green, smelly and rather rude ogre called Shrek, voiced by Mike Myers, who gives the character a Scottish twang. Cameron Diaz is the voice of Princess Fiona, a feisty dame who has very definite ideas about what she wants to do, and the ogre's sidekick is a fast-talking donkey, voiced by master-of-the-genre Eddie Murphy. Apart from the quirky story and the star-studded cast, what makes "Shrek" special is the visual perfection of the fairy tale world created by the team working under directors Andrew Adamson and Vicky Jenson. Some 400 artists worked on the film, creating a computer-generated land where leaves rustle, petals sway and dresses crease. In fact, the animators did such a good job in making Princess Fiona lifelike that they had to tone down the realism to make her fit back into the fairy-tale world. The film uses a complex facial animation technique developed by PDI, which is majority- owned by DreamWorks, to give the human characters - like Princess Fiona and John Lithgow's villainous Lord Farquaad - more definition. The technique was first used in DreamWorks' "Antz." "Shrek" is based on a children's book by William Steig. The Coen Brothers are like a well-oiled machine: they share writing credits, Ethan is billed as producer and Joel as director. They are also old Cannes hands. This year the Minnesota-born tandem hit the Croisette with a dark tale of infidelity and murder, crime and punishment, "The Man Who Wasn't There", shot in black and white. Competing for the fourth time for the the top prize, after "Barton Fink" (Palme d'or 1991), "The Hudsucker Proxy" (1994), "Fargo" (1996) and "O' Brother, Where Art Thou" (2000), the Coens surround themselves once more with long-time filming-relationships such as Frances McDormand (Fargo) and Roger Deakins, their Director of Photography. Set in a small northern California town of the late 40s, the film portrays Ed Crane, a barber dissatisfied with his life. His wife Doris' infidelity presents Ed with an opportunity for blackmail that he thinks will help him to change it. However, Ed's scheme unravels and lays bare even darker secrets... The cast includes KATHERINE BROWITZ as Ann Brewster, FRANCES McDORMAND as the unfaithful Doris Crane, JAMES GANDOLFINI as Big Dave Brewster, BILLY BOB THORNTON as the barber, Ed Crane, MICHAEL BADALUCCO as Frank Raffo and ADAM ALEXI-MALLE as Jacques Carcanogues. Billy Bob Thornton admitted to a press conference full of journalists that he is 'more simple than people think I am'. He later explained to APTN what he meant, saying he doesn't read books or watch films, he just loves to make movies. He happily confesses that he doesn't break his characters down, but follows direction eagerly instead. Directed by Iranian film maker and Festival veteran, Moshen Makhmalbaf ("A Moment of Innocence"), the competition film, "Qandahar" takes a close look at today's Afghanistan, ravaged by the civil war with the Taliban. A Cannes regular ("Qandahar" is his 5th feature screened at the Festival), Makhmalbaf portrays Nafas, a young Afghan journalist, who has taken refuge in Canada. She receives a desperate letter from her sister, in Afghanistan, who has decided to put an end to her life. Nafas fled from her country during the civil war with the Taliban, but she rushes back to Qandahar to give her sister assistance. She tries to enter from the Irano-Afghan border... Another example of Makhmalbaf's self defining term "poetic realism", the film is his second feature based on an Afghan theme, after "The Cyclist" (1987). A former Islamic militant imprisoned by the Shah's secret police, Mohsen Makhmalbaf, is one of the two major directors to emerge from the post-revolutionary Iranian cinema, with Abbas Kiarostami, whose "A.B.C. Africa" will show in the "Un Certain Regard" section tomorrow. SADOU TEYMOURI plays the role of Khak, NILOUFAR PAZIRA is Nafas and HASSAN TANTAI is Tabib Sahid. Makhmalbaf's daughter, the director Samira Makhmalbaf is on this year's short film and cinefondation jury, having been a Cannes winner last year with Takthe Siah (Blackboards). Her film won the jury prize in 2000, and was nominated for the Palme d'Or. She joined her father on the steps for the screening of his film. Elsewhere, playboy HUGH HEFNER celebrated his 75th birthday in Cannes by cutting a cake at the American Pavillion. He was joined by a few hundred intimate friends and playmates, to raise a glass to his legacy so far. Hefner has something else to celebrate - he has signed a deal with Brian Grazer - Ron Howard's Imagine Films partner - to make a film telling the story of his life. CLEARANCE DETAILS The Man Who Wasn't There USA FILMS Shrek UIP/Dreamworks (20) 8741 9602 Lord of the Rings Courtesy of New Line Cinema MUSIC CLEARANCE DETAILS TITLE: Happy Birthday WRITER: Mildred Hill/ Patti Hill PUBLISHER: Keith Prowse Music Publishing
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NY INTERPLAY SLUG: TVU 4 TED CRUZ OSAGE IA C16 010816 15:04:55 Thank you very very much, god bless the great state of Iowa. I am thrilled to be with you all today, thank you for coming out this morning, I am thrilled to be with such strong patriots, such dear friends. Let me say to Bob Vanderplaats thank you for your incredible passionate defense of Iowa values, thank you for standing for life and marriage and religious liberty. Thank you for reminding us that when the media, when the modern (?) world says run away from our values that the right answer is stand to run to our values and stand for who we are. 15:05:32 I am proud to be standing with you. [applause] And I will say, I am so proud that the great men and women of Iowa have sent a principled conservative, constitutionalist knight (?) fighter like Steve King to represent the great state of Iowa in congress. [applause] And I want to say thank you to our Iowa state chairman Matt Shults, thank you for your tremendous leadership organizing and bringing together a grassroots army across this great and mighty state. [applause] And I want to recognized Jared Hield (?) the treasure of marshal country part of our statewide leadership team, thank you for your friendship, thank you for fighting for conservative principles and standing with us today. [applause] 15:06:44 You know Heidi and I have two little girls. Caroline and Katherine. Caroline 7, Katherine 5. I remember a few years back when caroline was just 3 years old, and we were down vacationing at the beach which some friends that have little girls as well. And Caroline wanted to go in the car with her friends and (?) room. And Caroline proceed to throw a fit, to fall to the floor yelling screaming, crying and none of you'll who ever had a child do that. Well, my wife Heidi is pretty tough. And she sat Miss Caroline down she gave her a talking to that that young lady remembered. And she shaped up, we had a good dinner. And then we went back to the hotel room. And caroline is down on her knees she is saying her good night prayers, she looks up and goes. Dear Jesus, tonight we had a situation. [laughter] 15:07:50 And I am not sorry, but it's not gonna happen again. And Heidi and I just bit our tongues at that precious, precious, precious prayer of a child. But you know in those words they underscore just were we are right now as a country. everyone of us is here today because America is in crisis. Because we are bankrupting our kids and grandkids. Because our constitutional rights are under assault each and every day. And because America receded from leadership in the world and it's made the world a much more dangerous place. And yet I am here today with a word of hope and encouragement and exhortation. All across the state of Iowa, all across this country people are waking up, there is an awakening and a spirit of revival. That is sweeping this country. [applause] 15:09:00 So I wanna ask everyone here to look forward, look forward to January 2017. If I am elected president let me tell you what I intend to do on the first day in office. The first thing I intend to do is rescind every single illegal and unconstitutional executive action taken by this president. [applause + cheers] Just this week president Obama rolled out yet more lawless executive actions trying to go after our second amendment right to keep and bear arms. Well he may have a phone and he may have a pen but you live by the pen, you die by the pen and my pen has got an eraser. [applause] The second thing I intend to do on the first day on office is instruct the US department of justice to open an investigation into Planned Parenthood, and these horrible videos. [applause] The third thing I intend to do on the first day in office is instruct the department of justice and the IRS and every other federal agency that the prosecution of religious liberty ends today. [applause] 15:10:40 Which means that every servicemen and every servicewoman has the right to seek out and worship God almighty will all of our hearts, minds and souls and their superior officer has nothing to say about it. [applause] The fourth thing I intend to do on the first day on office is rip to shreds this catastrophic Iranian nuclear deal. [applause] The single greatest national security threat facing america today is the threat of a nuclear iran. And we need a president who stand up unequivocally and says under no circumstances will the nation of Iran led by a theocratic ayatollah who chants death to America under no circumstances will Iran ever be allowed to acquire a nuclear weapon. [applause] 15:11:50 The fifth thing I intend to do on the first day in office is begin the process of moving the american embassy in Israel to Jerusalem the once and eternal capital of Israel. [applause] now, that's day one. There are 365 days in a year. 4 years in a presidential term. And 4 years in a second term. By the end of 8 years there are gonna be a all lot of newspaper reporters and editors and journalists that will check themselves into therapy. [applause + laughter ] In the days that follow I will go to congress and we will repeal every word of Obamacare. [applause] 15:13:00 WE'll pass common sense health care reform that makes health insurance personal and portable and affordable and keeps government from getting in between us and our doctors. [applause] In the days that follow I will instruct the US department of education that Common Core ends today. [applause] In the days that follow we will finally, finally, finally secure the borders and end sanctuary cities. [applause] I'll tell you there has been no one more relentless, no one more ferocious, no one more effective in stopping amnesty, in fighting to secure the borders, in fighting to keep this country safe then Iowa's Steve King, and I have been proud to stand shoulder to shoulder with him in each and every fight. [applause] 15:14:11 In the days that follow we will rebuild the military. And we will honor the commitments made to our soldiers and sailors and airmen and marines. That includes fundamentally reforming the VA so that every veteran has the right to choose his or her doctor. [applause] That includes protecting every serviceman and women's second amendment right to keep and bear arms. [applause] So the next time a Jihadist walks into a recruiting center in Chattanooga he is gonna encounter the business end of firearms wielded by dozen marines. [applause] 15:15:10 We will have a commander in chief who stands up and says we will defeat radical islamic terrorism. [applause] We'll have a president willing to utter the words radical islamic terrorism. [applause] You know, just last night two alleged terrorists were arrested, one in California, one in texas in my own city of Houston. Both of them had been refugees from Iraq. Both of them had been through the vetting that president obama tells us is a OK reliable vetting. One is arrested for going to Syria and fighting with radical islamic terrorists. The other was arrested for providing material aid to ISIS. And yet at the same time president obama is proposing bringing tens of thousands of Syrian refugees to America even though the FBI says we cannot vet those refugees to determine whether or not they are ISIS terrorists. There is a technical word for that: it's called nuts. [applause + laughter] 15:16:48 And I'll tell you today in Philadelphia a police officer was shot multiple times by a man who was trying to assassinate him who's pledged his allegiance to ISIS. Thankfully the officer is alive, our prayers are with him that he heals and he heals quickly. And we thank him for his bravery and courage defending us. But we need a president who is clear and steely eyed and understand the danger we face and I'll tell you this we will have a commander in chief under whom we will not weaken and we will not degrade. We will utterly and completely destroy ISIS. [applause] 15:17:48 In the days that follow we will take on the EPA. And the CFPB and the alphabet soup of federal agencies that descend like locusts on farmers and ranchers and small businesses all across this country killing jobs. You know a few years back i was out in West Texas and I asked folks, I said what's the difference between regulators and locusts? I said well the thing is you can't use pesticides on the regulators. And this old west texas farmer, he leaned back and said: wanna bet? [laughter] And in the days that follow I will go to congress and we will pass fundamental tax reform, we will pass a simple flat tax. [applause] Where every american can fill out their taxes on a postcard. And when we do that we should abolish the IRS. [applause] 15:19:18 Some of ya'll may be thinking all of this makes sense to me, it's basic common sense, live within your means, don't bankrupt our kids and grandkids. Follow the constitution. But can it be done? Can we do it? You know scriptures tell us there is nothing new under the sun. I think where we are today is very very much like the late 1970s. the Jimmy Carter administration. Same failed economic policy, same feckless and naive foreign policy, in fact the exact same countries. Russia and Iran. Openly laughing and mocking the president of the united states. Now why is it that that analogy gives me so much hope and optimism. Because we know how that story ended.All across this country millions of men and women rose up and became the Reagan revolution. It didn't come from Washington. Washington despised Ronald Reagan. 15:20:36 By the way if you see a candidate who Washington embraces run and hide. [applause] It came from the American people and it turned this country around. We went from misery and stagnation and malaise to blooming and economic growth, to millions lifted out of poverty into prosperity and the american dream. We went from our hostages languishing in Iran to winning the cold war and tearing the Berlin Wall to the ground. Why am I so optimistic? Because the same thing is happening again. All across Iowa, all across this country people are waking up. You know when we launched this campaign the new york times promptly opined Cruz cannot win. Because the Washington elites despise him. I kind of thought that was the all point of the campaign. [applause] 15:21:48 Listen, if you think things are going great in Washington then we need to keep heading to the same basic direction just kind of fiddle around the edges, then I am not your guy. On the other hand, if you think Washington is fundamentally broken, that there is a bipartisan corruption of career politicians in both parties that get in bed with the lobbyists and special interest and grow and grow and grow government, and we need to take power out of Washington and back to we the people that is what this campaign is all about. [applause] Let me close with this, you know for all of us here freedom is not some abstract concept we read about in the school book. Freedom is real. It's personal. In our lives in our families. You know for me I think about my dad. My dad was born and raised in Cuba. As a teenager he fought the Cuban revolution. 15:23:05 And he was imprisoned and tortured. He fled Cuba in 1957, came to america, he was just 18 years old, couldn't speak english, had nothing. Has 100$ sewn into his underwear, I actually don't advise carrying money in your underwear. He got a job washing dishes, making 50 cents an hour, and he worked full time, he paid his way through school and he and my mum went on to start a small business together. So I grew up in Texas as the son of two small business owners. I saw first hand the ups and downs, the triumphs and challenges of running a small family business. Today my dad is a pastor, he travels the country preaching the gospel. [applause] 15:24:05 when I was a kid my dad used to say to me over and over again, when we faced oppression in Cuba I had a place to flee to. If we lose our freedom here where do we go? That is why all of us are here today. because we are not willing to go quietly into the night. We are not willing to give up on our kids and grandkids. And I tell you this, if we stand together as one, if we defend freedom, if we defend the constitution, if we defend the judeo-christian values that built america, if we rise up as we the people, then we will bring back, we will restore that last best hope for mankind that shining city on the hill that is the United States of America. Thank you. [applause] Q&A 15:25:25 TC: And now I am happy to answer or dodge any question you like. Yes Madam. 15:25:36 Q: I have a question about the wage gap in middle (?) America. You know we have our poor and we have our rich and the middle class is kind of split into two, and so how do you feel about how we are gonna get that to be more even? With taxes and medical and everybody. 15:25:58 TC: Now, it is a great question and if you look at what has happened and let's actually talk about the general election for a second, let's put this in the context of politics. I gotta tell you, I can't wait to stand on the debate stage with Hillary Clinton. [applause] And the reason is the policies we have seen in the last 7 years haven't worked. So Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama they talk about income inequality all the time. You can feel confident in the general election Hillary Clinton will stand there and talk about the wage gap about income inequality. And the one undeniable fact is it has gotten much worse under her policies. That what we are doing now isn't working. What's happening now the biggest lie I am convinced in all politics is the lie that republicans are the party of the rich. 15:26:58 Truth of the matter is the rich are doing just fine with big government. Big business does great with big government. they get in bed with armies of lawyers and lobbyist and accountants. Do you know that right now the top 1%, the millionaires and billionaires that president obama loves to demagogue? Today they earn a higher share of our income than any year since 1928. Those with power and money and influence in the Obama administration are fat and happy. 6 of the 10 wealthiest counties in America are in and around Washington DC. WHo is getting hammered under the Obama economy? Is the working men and women of this country. It's young people, it's hispanics, it's African Americans, it's single mums. We have right now the lowest percentage of Americans working since 1977, since Jimmy Carter. You wanna talk about wages? Wages for working men and women have stagnated for 20 years. They are the same today as they were in 1996. 15:28:09 HOw do we win and what do we do once we win? We fight for working men and women of this country who want the dignity of work who wanna provide for their kids, provide for their families, how do we do that? My very top priority is economic growth. Because economic growth is foundational to everything else. It's foundational to our debt, it's foundational to unemployment, it's foundational to building the military or strengthening and preserving social security and medicare. Where does growth come from? Well every time we pursue what we are doing now, out of control spending and taxes and regulation, we get what we got now: misery and stagnation and malaise. And in the flip side every time we pursue tax reform and regulatory reform, every time we lessen the burden of Washington on small businesses, small businesses generate two thirds of all new jobs, you wanna economic growth, you want more people working, you want young people having a job when they come out of school, you want single moms able to feed their kids, have an environment where small businesses are growing , where we are knocking down this wall to expand that's what you need and the way to do that is through tax reform and regulatory reform. 15:29:21 It's why I am running on repealing Obamacare and a flat tax, because we do that and we will unleash the engine of the american economic marvel. That in turn lifts the fortunes and well beings of everyone and especially the working men and women of this country, which is who I am fighting for every day. [applause] 15:29:51 Q: May god bless our military and veterans. TC: Amen. Q: Our future, the future that we are gonna have [inaudible] My daughter it's going to be the first presidential election. TC: Congratulations. Q: Never forget Benghazi shirt. With any luck you'll... TC: I am guessing you are not a Hillary voter. [laughter] Q: With any luck you'll have to debate Bernie. [inaudible] [applause] The only way she can vote is if I drive her to Chicago [laughter] [inaudible] credit for american government. One of the things I am very concerned about the two older brothers are deputies and when [inaudible] in Philadelphia. I am wondering is this jackass, excuse me, get Obama's message yesterday morning. I thought that was gonna take care of everything. And Mr. Vanderplaats spoke of your titanium spine and we need to either send ISIS running or put them in a hole in a sand along with your titanium spine you have to brass once to do that [inaudible] [applause] 15:31:49 TC: Sir, I wanna thank you for what is officially the most colorful question asked. [laughter] [applause] You know, I have to say, it's hard to know where to start. So, that's not a bad answer at all. You know let me start with your mentioning that HIllary might once again find herself in government housing. [laughter] I will say there is good news that broke just last night, they announced the location of the next democratic debate, and they are hosting it at Leavenworth (?) [laughter] They wanted to make it easier for Hillary to attend. [laughter] 15:33:00 You mentioned that two of your sons are deputies, and I want to say thank you for both of their service, thank you for their service as law enforcement stepping up and defending this nation. [applause] One of the most shameful things we have seen in the last 7 years is president Obama and his attorney general repeatedly attacking and vilifying law enforcement. Holding them out for public ridicule and attack it is wrong. These are the men and women that rush into harm's way these are the men and women that when the twin towers were on fire run into the building instead of out of it to save people and died in that rubble giving their lives to keep us safe. And you don't have to go back to 2001. San Bernardino after those terrorists murdered 14 people it was the men and women of law enforcement that chased those terrorists down, that had a gunfight with a hail of bullets against real life monsters and stopped them, those terrorists who had an arsenal and fully intended to murder more if it were not for the brave men and women of law enforcement. I'll tell you this: when I am elected president for every cop, every firefighter, every first responder in this country we will have a president who's got your back. [applause] 15:34:20 Q: [inaudible] all the time, brings up an excellent point that whether it is from the point of conception to on the death bed, no matter what color you are, I was always thought that all lives matter. CROWD: yes. [applause] 15:34:49 TC: Amen. And I will point out the consequence of President Obama's vilifying the police is that a all lot more of black lives have been lost. Let's talk for a second about the city of Baltimore. Remember the riots in Baltimore, remember the president, the democrats immediately vilifying and attacking the law enforcement for doing their job? What happens when you attack cops for doing their job, they naturally pull back. They are afraid to do their job because if they do their job, if they actually stop the criminals they may find their career ended, they may find themselves losing their jobs, losing their ability to provide for their families. You know in the month of July last year, right after those protests, July was the bloodiest month in Baltimore in decades. 45 people were murdered in Baltimore in the month of July, 43 of them were African American. 15:35:45 You want to talk about Black Lives Matter, you want to save black lives, you want to save all lives, allow our cops to do their job and keep us safe. [applause] And you know when it comes to strength of spine, or other body parts [laughter] you know I am a big believer that talk is cheap and actions speak louder than words. And every republican running right now is telling you they will stand up to Washington. WEll that leads to the natural follow up question. Ok, great, who actually has stood up to Washington? Who's taken on not just democrats, but leaders in our own party? There is a reason that Steve King and I both need food tasters in the members' dining room. [laughter] Yes sir. 15:36:57 Q: What about the minimum wage? What do you think about raising it to 15$ are you for or against it? 15:37:06 TC: I am very much against it. [applause] And let's talk about a little bit. Q: ...it should be, what do you, where are you at in that. TC: Let's talk about a little bit. the question was the minimum wage, should be raise it, should we raise it to $15? You know, on issues like this the answer is simple: speak the truth. You know when president Obama couple of years ago proposed raising the minimum wage to ten dollars an ten cents an hour I gave a long speech on the senate floor opposing it. I had (?) charge behind. First had 10.10, the nonpartisan congressional budget office estimated that if we raised the federal minimum wage to 10.10$ up to one million people would lose their job, the majority of whom would be teenage, hispanics and african americans, people just getting started would be fired and lose their jobs. And I said to every senator, look if you are prepared to vote for this let me know how you answer the question when you come home and you look at the African American 19 year old who is trying to get a job to start his or her career and you just voted to have him fired. 15:38:19 But the second number I had behind me was 0 dollar and 0 cents. Because we have the lowest percentage of americans working since 1977, the real Obama minimum wage is 0 dollars and 0 cents an hour for all the millions of people who have lost their jobs or not gotten their job under the stagnating Obama economic policies. Then the third number I had up there was 36 dollars and 98 cents. 46 dollars and 98 cents is the average hourly wage for an oil and gas worker in North Dakota, I say you know what? We want a all lot more people make 40, 50, 60 dollars an hour and a all lot fewer people out of work and 0 dollars and hour. That's what we want to do is we want an economy where people have opportunities. [unclear] ways to understand the minimum wage, you know my dad circumstances. When he came to America he was 18, why did he get a job washing dishes? Cause he couldn't speak english. You don't have to speak english to wash dishes, you have to be able to take a dish put it under really hot water and scrub it. 15:39:38 You could do that in any language. And he made 50 cents an hour. Now, after a few months my dad started learning english, once he learned english he got a second job, he was hired as a cook. NOw a cook was a better job than dishwasher, it paid 80 cents an hour. and from there he was hired as a teaching assistant in the university of texas, teaching math. And from there he got hired as a computer programmer at IBM. and then he went on to start a small business. BUt you know what? None of those later jobs happened if he didn't get hired, if he hadn't get hired at 50 cents an hour washing dishes and I tell you what if they had come in and jack up the minimum wage to 2 dollars and hour you know what they would have done? They'd fired my dad and bought a dishwasher. [applause] Alright, final question, yes sir. Right there. 15:40:26 Q: Talking about middle class and what's hurting the middle class first off it's not as bad as people wanna make it it to be. [unclear]size is biggest than it's ever been, the number of SUVs being sold is higher as ever. And so it's not as bad, but what I hear from the middle class is what's killing them is the tax is taken to support the people that aren't taking care of themselves, what are you gonna do about that? 15:40:58 TC: it is a great question and let me take it from two ends let me take it from the tax end and let me take it from the welfare end. On the tax end I am running on a simple flat tax, you can go to our website, it's ted cruz. org and you can read all the details on the white paper all the numbers have specifics, it's a 10% flat tax for individuals a 16% flat tax for businesses and we eliminate every other tax. No corporate income tax, no death tax, no payroll tax, no Obamacare taxes, it all goes away to a simple flat tax of 10% for individuals 16 percent for businesses. Now, let's talk about the other side. You know, there are an awful lot of folks in the democratic party who I think politically what they want to do is make as many americans as possible dependent of government. 15:41:45 Trap them in dependency, because they view them as perpetual voters. If they can trap you like a fly in their spider web then you will be tied up and meshed there forever. and let me tell you you are not doing anybody a favor when you make them dependent. In my view the social safety net should be a trampoline and not a hammock. That the entire purpose, listen everyone has a time when they are down in their luck, but the entire purpose of the welfare system should be to get people back on their feet where they are standing on their own feet and providing for their family. I think about these questions from the perspective of my dad. When my dad was a teenage immigrant, when he couldn't speak english was washing dishes. I said many times thank God, some well meaning liberal didn't come up and put his arm around him. [laughter] 15:42:47 Rafael let me take care of you. Let me give you a government check, let me make you dependent on government, let me sap your self respect and your dignity and by the way, while I am at it, don't bother learning english. I respect your culture so much I am gonna lock you out of professional educated classes in this country. That would have been the most destructive thing you could have done to my dad. It would have been better, frankly, to take him 2 by 4 break his legs, that would at least heal faster than the damage to the spirit. You look at one of the most successful public policy reform in modern times, it was in the mid 90s when republicans took over congress, and we passed welfare reform. Where we required those on welfare to go and get a job or seek work and millions, by the way the left, the media, they hauled you cold hearted mean evil nasty republicans. 15:43:45 I actually think they have a macro (?) on their computer where they just hit cold hearted evil mean nasty republican it's all just automatically come out. [laughter] You are gonna throw people in the street and they are gonna starve, well then this funny thing called fax got in the way. What happened with welfare reform is millions of people who had been trapped in dependency went out and got jobs, suddenly found the dignity of working and the self respecting of coming home and looking your son in the eyes and you are providing for the food on that table, that is fundamentally different than cashing in on government check you didn't provide for your children. [applause] 15:44:30 President Obama lawlessly waved the work requirement in welfare on that first day when I am rescinding executive actions that's one of them that ain't gonna last past midnight on January 20th 2017. [applause] Let me close with this, if you all agree with me, that the stakes have never been higher, that it;s now or never, that we are at the edge of (?) and staring down we keep going another 4, 8 more years in the current direction we risk losing the greatest country in the history of the world. Then I wanna ask each of you to do three things. Number one join us. Join us today and commit to come out and caucus for us on February 1st. Noe February first is gonna be a cold Iowa night. I feel confident about it. [laughter] 15:45:37 There will be snow on the ground, it'll be easier to stay home by the fireplace. But I am gonna ask you to get up and put on your coat and get in your truck and head down to the local junior high gymnasium and stand there and caucus with us. The second thing I wanna ask everyone to do is volunteer. Sign up today and be a precinct leader, to be a county leader, sign up today, you know we have over 175 thousands volunteers nationwide, when people here can take your name, who can add you to the list, sign up today and pick up the phone and call your mom. Call your sister. Call your son. Or your next door neighbor. Or your business partner, your college roommate, call them and say listen this election matters. Matters to me, it matters to my future, it matters to my kids and my grandkids. 15:46:33 I wanna ask everyone here to vote for me. Ten times [applause] Now look we are not democrats, I am not suggesting voter fraud. But let me tell you if every person here gets nine other people to come out and caucus on February first you will have voted ten times. That's how we win. You know we are entering the stage right now, the silly season in politics, you are all getting ready to be inundated, you already are with millions of dollars of attack ads on tv on the radio, mailers filling up your mailbox each and everyday. By the way those mailers make fabulous tendering in your fireplace. I mean, they just light up like crazy. But you know what, the time for the silly games for the media back and forth for attacks, that's passed. What washington desperately wants is the men and women here to be divided. They want us to turn on each other and be split and separated if we unite we win. 15:47:48 And that leads to the third and final thing I wanna ask each of you: that you pray. That you lift up this country and pray, I wanna ask everyone here to commit each and everyday from now to February first spend at least one minute in prayer for our nation. When you wake up in the morning when you are shaving. When you are having lunch when you are putting your kids down to sleep, when you are getting ready to go to bed, just one minute saying father god please continue this awakening, continue this revival, awaken the body of Christ to pull us back from the abyss. We are here today standing on the promises of second chronicles 7, 14 if my people, which are called by my name, (?) humble themselves and pray, and seek my face and turn from the wicked (?) ways then I will hear their prayers and I will forgive their sins and I will heal their lands. [applause] 15:49:05 In January 1981 when Ronald Reagan took the oath of office his left hand was resting on second chronicle 7,14. The manifestation of a promise from the word of God, we have done it before. And we can do it again. If we stand together we will win the Iowa caucus, if we stand together we will win the primary and win the nomination, we will win the general election in November 2016 we will beat Hillary Clinton, we will turn this country around and we will restore this exceptional nation that everyone of us loves so much. MAN: What are you waiting(?) for? TC: Amen. ###END###