Former Poet Laureate Robert Pinsky reads a William Wordsworth poem about the Olympics.
The 2002 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City begin Friday amid the greatest security presence in the history of the Olympic games.
Ray Suarez talks with three Olympic athletes about the opening Winter Games.
Mitt Romney, chief organizer for this winter's games, discusses the plans for the Olympics in Salt Lake City.
How the New England Patriots won Superbowl XXXVI.
A day after the Arizona Diamondbacks beat the New York Yankees in a nail-biting game seven of the World Series, Jim Lehrer discusses this most magnificent World Series with sports commentator and author John Feinstein.
Tom Bearden reports on how officials are rethinking Olympic security for the Winter Games in Salt Lake City.
Lee Hochberg reports on the Seattle Mariners as baseball begins its post-season playoffs, at the close of a very unusual season.
After a Kwame Holman background report on the heat stroke death of a football player, Terence Smith interviews NFL veteran Bob Golic; and Dr. Art Kellerman, chairman of Emergency Medicine at Emory University's School of Medicine.
After a Spencer Michels background report, Jim Lehrer discusses Lance Armstrong's third consecutive Tour de France victory with Bicycling Magazine editor Bill Strickland and former professional cyclist Ron Kiefel.
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