You can find out more, and find listings, on the PBS site here. The documentary will be followed immediately by a special half-hour discussion with Daniel Ellsberg, Max Frankel and members of The New York Times on the impact of the Pentagon Papers today.
You will also be able to watch the movie in its entirety for free online via the above link, between Oct 6-Oct 27th.
With the news surrounding WikiLeaks, Bradley Manning, and Julian Assange, this has been an exciting and extremely busy several months for Daniel. The media has rediscovered the continuing relevance of Daniel and the Pentagon Papers in an age in which whistleblowing and secrecy are daily front-page news.
Daniel has been interviewed live on Larry King, and featured in the Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Washington Post, and USA Today. You can find these interviews posts by scrolling through the blog on Ellsberg.Net
Thank you for your continued support of Daniel. If you haven’t seen the documentary yet, you’re really missing out, it’s incredibly moving. Don’t miss the opportunity to see it on PBS tomorrow night!