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Belle Harbor/3 Million Open Jobs/McCullough 

"Belle Harbor" interviews residents of New York City about the hurricane Sandy disaster. "Three Million Open Jobs" examines how millions in America remain unemployed while U.S. ... See full summary »
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Himself - Correspondent (segment "Belle Harbor")
Susan Brady ...
Herself - Belle Harbor Resident (segment "Belle Harbor")
Brian Brady ...
Himself - Belle Harbor Resident (segment "Belle Harbor")
Dennis Brady ...
Himself - Belle Harbor Resident (segment "Belle Harbor")
Mike McDonnell ...
Himself - Belle Harbor Resident (segment "Belle Harbor")
Liz Dean ...
Herself - Belle Harbor Resident (segment "Belle Harbor")
Jim O'Conner ...
Himself - Belle Harbor Resident (segment "Belle Harbor")
Sean Heeran ...
Himself - Fireman (segment "Belle Harbor")
James Brennan ...
Himself - Fireman (segment "Belle Harbor")
Patrick Brady ...
Himself - Belle Harbor Resident (segment "Belle Harbor")
Jimmy Brady ...
Himself - Belle Harbor Resident (segment "Belle Harbor")
Byron Pitts ...
Himself - Correspondent (segment "3 Million Open Jobs")
Karl Hutter ...
Himself - Chief Operating Officer, Click Bond (segment "3 Million Open Jobs")
Ryan Costella ...
Himself - Head of Strategic Initiatives, Click Bond (segment "3 Million Open Jobs")
Ryan Vre Non ...
Himself - Unemployed (segment "3 Million Open Jobs")
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"Belle Harbor" interviews residents of New York City about the hurricane Sandy disaster. "Three Million Open Jobs" examines how millions in America remain unemployed while U.S. manufacturers are having trouble filling jobs requiring skill with high-tech machinery. "McCullough" follows the historian to Paris and examines how the city had a profound influence on the United States. Written by Shatterdaymorn

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11 November 2012 (USA)  »

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