Dive to the bottom of the Adriatic Sea in search of the Tulsamerican, a B-24 bomber that crashed off the coast of Croatia during World War II. In 2010, divers located the plane. Now the Department of Defense, aided by the Croatian Navy and some of the world’s leading underwater archaeologists, sets to work investigating the wreckage.
It's on at 2000 here in Iowa, check your local listings. It's on again the 8, 9, and 11th.
One of the survivors was a local guy:
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Thanks for the tip. I checked my PBS magazine and the episode airs here in St. Louis at the same time (7 Nov at 8:00 PM).
Got it. Thank you.
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WTTW (PBS Chicago) lists it at 9pm Wednesday.
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Bump. It's on tonight at 8PM in Iowa, check your local PBS station.
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Thank you for the link, missed it if it was on in my area last night. I'll watch it today.
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Watched it last night. Interesting on some of the history of the B-24. I've met at least one of the group members - not shown last night. Fascinating and very respectable work they are doing.
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I thought that this was well done!
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