I know this week is full of shows dealing with 9/11, but if you're near a tv on Sunday at 2pm, I really urge you to watch this show on National Geographic:http://channel.nationalgeographic.com/e ... 4970/blog2
It's called "9/11: Where Were You?" and it was written, produced, directed, and edited by a dear old friend, Emmy-Award-winner Allison Argo. It's from the viewpoint of several people who, because of certain decisions or circumstances, survived 9/11, or helped others survive. One of those interviewed was FAA operations director Ben Sliney (who played himself in "United 93"), as well as a blind man with a seeing eye dog who was on the 71st floor of the WTC when American 11 hit. It's moving, riveting, emotional, but somehow uplifting. Check your listings for the National Geographic Channel, and do try to catch it.