Daniel Ellsberg and his wife Patricia Ellsberg tell the story behind his pivotal role in the release of the Pentagon Papers. They’re joined by one of the filmmakers who made a new documentary about them. Then, director and screenwriter Jane Campion on her new film, "Bright Star," which tells the story of the relationship between poet John Keats and his 18-year-old neighbor. Valeria Parrella discusses her book For Grace Received, four novellas set in Naples, Italy. Plus, Kurt Eichenwald on the eccentric FBI informant who blew the whistle on price-fixing at Archer Daniels Midland -- the basis for Steven Soderbergh's new film starring Matt Damon.
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