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November 25, 2011

‎4802 is epic this week. Catch this special episode featuring a fascinating group of guests: former US Treasury Secretary and former CEO of Alcoa Paul O'Neill (who rarely does TV appearances) -- Former Steelers great Franco Harris and his former mayoral candidate son Dok Harris -- Joanne Rogers wife of the late "Mister Rogers", President & CEO of the Pittsburgh foundation Grant Oliphant & filmmaker/Executive Producer of the Steeltown Entertainment Project Carl Kurlander. Watch Friday night at 7:30 on WQED-TV!


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‎4802 is epic this week. Catch this special episode featuring a fascinating group of guests: former US Treasury Secretary and former CEO of Alcoa Paul O'Neill (who rarely does TV appearances) -- Former Steelers great Franco Harris and his former mayoral candidate son Dok Harris -- Joanne Rogers wife of the late "Mister Rogers", President & CEO of the Pittsburgh foundation Grant Oliphant & filmmaker/Executive Producer of the Steeltown Entertainment Project Carl Kurlander. Watch Friday night at 7:30 on WQED-TV!


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