ABC NEWS RADIO OFFERS THREE, ONE-HOUR SPECIALS FOR 2014 MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND
ABC's Summer Savings Special, Summer Sci-Fi Superhero Cinematic Spectacular: The Sequel & "What Would You Do?"
ABC's Summer Savings Special: Summertime means more sun, more fun, but also, more expenses. Get the most out of your summer without destroying your wallet with ABC's Summer Savings Special hosted by ABC News Radio correspondent Scott Goldberg and ABC News Chief Business and Economics correspondent Rebecca Jarvis. From last minute summer getaway deals to major savings on swim and grilling tools for the perfect poolside BBQ, ABC's Summer Savings Special will keep you - and your dollar - covered all season long.
ABC's Summer Sci-Fi Superhero Cinematic Spectacular: The Sequel: ABC Entertainment correspondent David Blaustein offers a sneak-peek of this summer's hottest movies. From suspense to comedy to action and more, there is plenty to check out at your local multiplex. But which films are worth your hard-earned cash? ABC's Summer Sci-Fi Superhero Cinematic Spectacular: The Sequel will give you the answers you need to enjoy summer's best flicks, while avoiding the flops!
"So What Would You Do?": Encounter a pregnant woman smoking on the street. Would you stop her or would you walk on by without saying a word? What if you came across a person trying to get someone drunk at a bar and then letting them drive home? Would you speak up? If you thought no one was watching, what would you do in these instances? "What Would You Do?" offers everyday scenarios and then captures people's reactions. Whether people are eager to help or ignore the situation, ABC News correspondent John Quiñones reports on their behavior and the often surprising decision-making process.
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