The Jane Pauley Show (2004–2005)
5 Jan. 2005Episode dated 5 January 2005
A look at a series of recent fatal crashes by teen drivers in Montgomery County, Maryland, including an examination of the role of alcohol and various other issues involving young drivers.
6 Jan. 2005Episode dated 6 January 2005
Survivors of miraculous rescues are interviewed.
11 Jan. 2005Episode dated 11 January 2005
A Mafia Childhood - Gregg and Gina Hill, children of mobster Henry Hill, are interviewed about their book "On the Run: A Mafia Childhood" and growing up in the witness protection program. Their father is also heard in a pre-recorded telephone interview. Other guests include former U.S. Attorney Ed McDonald and Gerald Shur, founder of the witness protection program.
12 Jan. 2005Episode dated 12 January 2005
Living With OCD - advice for coping with obsessive compulsive disorder.
13 Jan. 2005Episode dated 13 January 2005
Household Hints - advice for housecleaning and maintenance.
3 Feb. 2005Episode dated 3 February 2005
Paul Newman discusses his varied philanthropic work, primarily related to the Newman's Own brand.
4 Feb. 2005Episode dated 4 February 2005
Moms of the NFL - mothers of NFL players discuss the rewards and challenges of having a son at the top level of pro sports. Guests include Tiki Barber and his mother Geraldine, Grant Wistrom and his mother Kathy, Ian Gold and his mother Celia, and Brett Favre's mother Bonita.
11 Feb. 2005Episode dated 11 February 2005
22 Feb. 2005Episode dated 22 February 2005
28 Feb. 2005Episode dated 28 February 2005
A look at the effects of Alzheimer's Disease, as well as breakthroughs in diagnosing and treating the affliction. Guests include the director of the Mayo Alzheimer's Disease Research Center, as well as three members of a family affected by Alzheimer's.
1 Mar. 2005Episode dated 1 March 2005
How to Spot a Treasure - A look at antiques and how to determine their value.
2 Mar. 2005Episode dated 2 March 2005
Malcolm Gladwell, author of "Blink", extols the value of making quick decisions based on gut instinct rather than relying on lengthy consideration.
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