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November 25, 2009
Assessing the legacy of the 2008 Mumbai terror attacks

PBS commemorates the first anniversary of the Mumbai terror attacks with this Wednesday’s broadcast of “Secrets of the Dead: Mumbai Massacre.”

The program is a unique look inside the attacks, featuring closed-circuit television footage and first-hand accounts with survivors, some of whom came face-to-face with the terrorists.

The film premieres nationally Wednesday, November 25, 2009 at 8 p.m. (EST) on PBS (check local listings). Actor Liev Schreiber (Taking Woodstock and X-Men Origins: Wolverine) narrates. Secrets of the Dead is a production of THIRTEEN in association with WNET.ORG.

Here’s an excerpt:

THIRTEEN Forum filmed a panel discussion about Secrets of the Dead: Mumbai Massacre and the events surrounding the November 2008 terror attacks with Director Victoria Pitt, Executive Producer Jared Lipworth, author Mira Kamdar and Al Jazeera correspondent Todd Baer.

The event was moderated by Columbia Journalism School’s Sree Sreenivasan and presented in partnership with SAJAforum. Also, read Todd Baer’s Forum blog post, Revisiting the Mumbai Massacre.

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