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Stuxnet/The Archbishop of Dublin/Redshirting 

"Stuxnet" looks at the computer virus that sabotaged Iran's nuclear program and how it may threaten the security of the United States. "The Archbishop of Dublin" examines how the sex abuse ... See full summary »

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Episode credited cast:
Susan Collins ...
Herself - Senator, Maine (segment "Stuxnet")
Shane Crombie ...
Himself - Priest (segment "The Archbishop of Dublin")
Elizabeth Dhuey ...
Herself - Economist (segment "Redshirting")
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Himself - Author, Outliers (segment "Redshirting")
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Himself - Retired General (segment "Stuxnet")
Megan Hoffecker ...
Herself - Parent (segment "Redshirting")
Holly Korbey ...
Herself - Parent (segment "Redshirting")
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Himself - Correspondent (segment "Stuxnet")
Ralph Langner ...
Himself - Expert, Industrial Control Systems (segment "Stuxnet")
Diarmuid Martin ...
Himself - Archbishop of Dublin (segment "The Archbishop of Dublin")
Patsy McGarry ...
Himself - The Irish Times (segment "The Archbishop of Dublin")
Sean McGurk ...
Himself - Former Head of Cyber Defense, Department of Homeland Security (segment "Stuxnet")
Samuel Meisels ...
Himself - Chicago's Erikson Institute (segment "Redshirting")
Robert Mueller ...
Himself - FBI Director (segment "Stuxnet")
Liam O'Murchu ...
Himself - Operations Manager, Symantec (segment "Stuxnet")
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"Stuxnet" looks at the computer virus that sabotaged Iran's nuclear program and how it may threaten the security of the United States. "The Archbishop of Dublin" examines how the sex abuse crisis in the Irish Catholic Church has turned and archbishop into one of the fieriest critics of the Church. "Redshirting" investigates the controversial practice of holding back children from school so that they can be the oldest in their class rather than the youngest. Written by Shatterdaymorn

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4 March 2012 (USA)  »

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