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Aftermath With William Shatner

Interviews with people whose lives were altered by dramatic and well-publicized events.

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William Shatner

William Shatner on Loving His TV Show, His New Album, and His Favorite Hobby

William Shatner may just be warp-speeding past Ryan Seacrest as the man with the most jobs in show business: the TV icon has a hit sitcom with big upcoming guest stars, a talk show, a newsmakers series, an upcoming book and a new album in the works.… Read more

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The Insider- Jeffery Wigand Season 2, Episode 6 Aug 9, 2011 $2.99

He's been called "The Man Who Knew Too Much" -- Dr. Jeffrey Wigand, a top scientist for a top tobacco company, who became the first insider who blew the whistle on Big Tobacco: what they knew about the deadly addictiveness of nicotine, and how many millions of dollars they spent covering that information up.

The Mayflower Madam- Sydney Barrows Season 2, Episode 5 Aug 2, 2011 $2.99

It was the most notorious sex scandal of the 1980s: the arrest of Sydney Biddle Barrows--a blue-blood debutante, a descendant of the Mayflower, a name in the Social Register... and a Madam of a high-priced call girl service. William Shatner talks with Ms. Barrows to find out how a high-society dame found herself working the underground sex scene.

Chilean Miner Rescuer - Jeff Hart Season 2, Episode 4 Jul 26, 2011 $2.99

When 33 miners were trapped in a Chilean mine, a desperate call went out to Jeff Hart, asking him to assemble a team and fly 10,000 miles to Chile to save the men. Hart and his crew had spent their entire working lives drilling for oil and water, but now they were drilling to save lives.

The Pentagon Papers- Daniel Ellsberg Season 2, Episode 3 Jul 19, 2011 $2.99

When defense expert Daniel Ellsberg worked on a secret government study in 1969 about the Vietnam War, he realized that American leaders were lying to the public, they knew it was not a winnable war. Ellsberg decided to secretly copy the study and give it the nation's top newspapers. The "Pentagon Papers" became a national scandal.

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