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PBS ‘Need to Know’ to feature Ursula Sladek

August 23, 2011

Ursula Sladek will be featured on “Need to Know,” the PBS news and public affairs program. The segment is produced by investigative journalist Marjorie McAfee, who has also covered Feliciano Dos Santos for PBS Frontline and features footage from the Mill Valley Film Group.

The piece will air on Friday, August 26 on various PBS stations across the country including KQED San Francisco (10:30 p.m.), WNET New York (8:30 p.m.), and WETA Washington DC (11 p.m.). The segment will also stream on the “Need to Know” website following the broadcast.

Please check local listings for dates and times in other cities, and don’t forget to tune in!

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