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Barbara Walters: 25 on 20/20 [Import]


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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Barbara Walters special-- excellent teaching tool July 26 2008
By A. Leth - Published on Amazon.com
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This Barbara Walters: 25 on 20/20 is a great video. I actually use it as a supplemental material in my high school journalism class. There are many clips shown of Walters interviewing and it helps students to see how a professional journalist works. She also periodically discusses her interviews and it helps students understand why she asked a certain question, or why she thought that a certain question needed to be asked. It is also entertaining to look at important stories that have been covered over the last 25 years.
25 on 20/20 Dec 22 2010
By D. June - Published on Amazon.com
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This DVD has a plethora of interesting content. I teach high school journalism and even though many of the interviews are about politics in the 80s and 90s, the students loved it.
0 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Not that great! March 4 2009
By Josef Holzer - Published on Amazon.com
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This wasn't that great at all it was very kinda bad and can't rewind or fast forwarding on DVD
4 of 23 people found the following review helpful
Out of the mouth of a babe ... April 10 2006
By Navy Bean - Published on Amazon.com
Barbara Walters is exhilirating. To look at her in her St. John's knit suits is to experience something close to transcendentalism. I mean she's making the scene and keeping it not too far in between. Fact: Barbara is a no-nonsense reporter. Fact: Barbara has a heart that beats gently and breaks just like yours and mine. Only she tries to hide her figure under those exquisite suits, but anyone with a vivid imagination will be able to see through that. I envy the person she's chosen to spend her life with and I hope I'll be able to meet her someday -- preferably at a spa or a swimming pool.

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