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One addition: A report called "Lee Harvey Oswald's Last Steps" on November 22. So there are at least three programs this Monday.

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Nov 22, INSIDE EDITION, AIR TIME VARIES

Nov 22, 9PM CT KERA, Ch 13 (PBS) JFK: Breaking the News

Nov 22, 10PM-11PM ET/PT History Channel Investigating History: The JFK

Assass.

Nov 23, 2AM-3AM ET/PT History Channel Investigating History: The JFK

Assass.

Nov 23, 12PM-1PM ET/PT History Channel Missing Files: The JFK

Assassination

Nov 23, 6PM-7PM ET/PT History Channel Missing Files: The JFK

Assassination

Nov 23, 8AM-10AM ET/PT History Channel The Cuban Missile Crisis

Declassified

Nov 23, 2PM-4PM ET/PT History Channel The Cuban Missile Crisis

Declassified

Nov 23, 10AM-12PM,ET/PT History Channel Kennedys: The Curse of Power

Nov 27 8PM ET/PT Discovery Channel Medical Casebook: JFK

Nov 27 11PM ET/PT Discovery Channel Medical Casebook: JFK

Nov 28, 9PM CT KERA, Ch 13 (PBS) JFK: Breaking the News

Nov 28 4-4:30PM,ET/PT History Channel History's Mysteries

Somebody Killed the President

Nov 28, 7PM, ET/PT History Channel Investigating History: The JFK

Assass.

Nov 28 10PM-11PM, ET The Speed Channel Presidential Limo

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History Channel http://www.historychannel.com

Kennedys: The Curse of Power

Traces the Kennedy clan's calamities that occurred on the rise to

power--from immigration from Ireland up to John Kennedy Jr.'s tragic

death

in 1999. The first hour sees the loss of Joe Jr. in WWII and the

assassinations of JFK and RFK. Hour two witnesses Ted's downfall and

role

as surrogate father to a fatherless generation.

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The Speed Channel http://www.speedtv.com/programs/323/

Presidential Limo

The 1961 Lincoln Continental convertible limousine

JFK rode in when assassinated in 1963 was, for a time

a true crime scene. Surprisingly, the car was used by

presidents for years after Kennedy's death.

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History Channel http://www.historychannel.com

Investigating History

The JFK Assassination.

How does forensic science help resolve questions about the JFK

assassination? With the help of a group of scientists and researchers

with

access to the evidence in the case, Investigating History looks at new

information that examines which theories are believable, and which are

not. Specifically, the experts looked at the acoustic evidence from

the

radio of one of the motorcycle policemen in the motorcade and the

number

of shots that were fired; at the reliability of autopsy X-rays of

JFK's

skull; at the investigation that concluded that Oswald was the lone

assassin; at the new evidentiary support for the "magic bullet"

theory;

and more.

INVESTIGATING HISTORY: THE JFK ASSASSINATION

Produced by Bill Kurtis

THE JFK ASSASSINATION (Monday, November 22 at 10 pm ET/PT):

How does forensic science help resolve questions about the JFK

assassination? With the help of a group of scientists and researchers

with access to the evidence in the case, INVESTIGATING HISTORY looks

at new information that examines which theories are believable, and

which are not.

-Experts look at the reliability of autopsy X-rays of JFK's skull;

-At the investigation that concluded that Oswald was the lone

assassin;

-At the new evidentiary support for the "magic bullet" theory; and

more.

Acoustical evidence, which has been analyzed:

-Examination of the acoustic evidence from the radio of one of the

motorcycle policemen in the motorcade and the number of shots that

were fired.

-A new investigation maintains there are five shots on the tape from

an open microphone hanging on a motorcycle policeman's vehicle.

Famed forensic scientist Dr. Henry Lee wades into the investigation by

calling for a return of evidence relating to the "crime scene":

-The limousine carrying John Kennedy, Jackie, John Connolly and his

wife.

-Items were picked up as souvenirs and may be resting in basements of

private homes around the country. Example: windshield, which was

damaged by a bullet.

Featuring footage from The Cyril H., Wecht Institute of Forensic

Science and Law, National Symposium on the 40th Anniversary of the JFK

Assassination.

Executive Producer and television journalist Bill Kurtis returns with

an all-new season of intriguing investigations that explore some of

history's most perplexing puzzles in the weekly one-hour series

INVESTIGATING HISTORY on The History Channel.

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History Channel http://www.historychannel.com

Missing Files: The JFK Assassination

Did an elaborate cover-up conceal evidence about JFK's assassination?

Join

us as we reveal new discoveries and footage resulting from a 5-year

unprecedented search for truth by a small government agency, the

Assassinations Records Review Board. We also hear from experts who

believe

in the official version and conspiracy theorists.

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History Channel http://www.historychannel.com

The Cuban Missile Crisis Declassified

In October 1962, the world tottered on the brink of nuclear war. The

Soviet Union's Premier Nikita Khrushchev had placed missiles in Cuba

to

defend it from unexpected American invasion. When U.S. intelligence

provided President John F. Kennedy with proof, he demanded that they

be

removed, risking the first nuclear exchange between the superpowers.

Now,

new information reveals just how fragile communication between Moscow

and

Washington was and how little each side understood of the other.

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Discovery Channel http://www.discoverychannel.com

Medical Casebook

JFK

When John F. Kennedy entered the White House in 1961, he brought with

him eight personal physicians to handle his medical requirements and

maintain his image as a healthy President. He'd been a sickly child

and had to endure illness all through his life.

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History Channel http://www.historychannel.com

History's Mysteries

Somebody Killed the President.

The President of the United States has the most powerful job in the

world. Even with a round-the-clock guard, there's always the danger

that a determined assassin will get through. Since 1865, 4 presidents

have been killed: Abraham Lincoln, 1865; James Garfield, 1881; William

McKinley, 1901; and John F. Kennedy, 1963. We examine these White

House victims.

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