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The Big Gun/Lang Lang/A Dog's Nose 

"The Big Gun" examines the .50-caliber rifle and whether it poses a greater danger than other rifles. "Lang Lang" profiles the Chinese piano prodigy. "A Dog's Nose" looks at how researchers are training dogs to smell cancer. "Andy Rooney" talks about the annoyance of cell phones.
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
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Himself - Correspondent (segment "The Big Gun")
Ronnie Barrett ...
Himself - Inventor (segment "The Big Gun")
Tom Diaz ...
Himself - Gun Control Advocate (segment "The Big Gun")
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Himself - Police Commissioner (segment "The Big Gun") (as Ray Kelly)
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Himself - Correspondent (segment "Lang Lang")
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Himself - Pianist (segment "Lang Lang")
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Himself - Maestro (segment "Lang Lang")
Anthony Tommasini ...
Himself - Music Critic (segment "Lang Lang")
Xiulan Zhou ...
Herself - Lang Lang's Mother (segment "Lang Lang")
Isaac Stern ...
Himself - Violinist (segment "Lang Lang") (archive footage)
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Himself - Correspondent (segment "A Dog's Nose")
Donald Broom ...
Himself - Researcher (segment "A Dog's Nose")
Andy Cook ...
Himself - Dog Trainer (segment "A Dog's Nose")
Carolyn Willis ...
Herself - Dermatologist (segment "A Dog's Nose")
Barbara Somerville ...
Herself - Researcher (segment "A Dog's Nose")
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"The Big Gun" examines the .50-caliber rifle and whether it poses a greater danger than other rifles. "Lang Lang" profiles the Chinese piano prodigy. "A Dog's Nose" looks at how researchers are training dogs to smell cancer. "Andy Rooney" talks about the annoyance of cell phones.

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9 January 2005 (USA)  »

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