Heaven Is a Place Where You Are Happy

December 20, 2005

Barbara Walters explains what heaven means in different religions, whether she’ll go to heaven or not, and what happens there.

Interview by Rebecca Phillips – Beliefnet

Television journalist Barbara Walters admits she had no religious training and doesn’t practice any religion. But after a year spent working on the ABC News special on heaven, Walters found herself fascinated by the afterlife. “I’ve done years and years of specials,” she told Beliefnet, “but I care more about this one than anything I’ve ever done.” For the two-hour program, “Heaven: Where is it? How do we get there?” >> More


Reminder, HHDL on ABC TV Tonight

December 20, 2005

Programming Reminder !!

ABC NEWS SPECIAL

Air Date: 12/20/05 (TUESDAY)
Time Slot: 9:00 PM-11:00 PM EST on ABC
Episode Title: “A BARBARA WALTERS SPECIAL: HEAVEN — WHERE IS IT? HOW DO WE GET THERE?”

ABC NEWS PRESENTS A BARBARA WALTERS SPECIAL: “HEAVEN — WHERE IS IT? HOW DO WE GET THERE?â€?

Is Heaven Somewhere out There Beyond the Stars? Barbara Walters Takes Viewers on a Heavenly Journey, Tuesday, December 20 on ABC

Walters Speaks with Everyone from His Holiness the Dalai Lama to Failed Suicide Bombers in Israel, from an Evangelical Leader to Atheists, From Muslim Scholars to Jewish Rabbis, as Well as with Richard Gere, Maria Shriver, Mitch Albom and Rabbi Jackie Mason

Story on ‘the Futon Critic’

His Holiness the Dalai Lama on ABC TV 12/20/05

December 15, 2005

Programming Alert!!

ABC NEWS SPECIAL

Air Date: 12/20/05 (TUESDAY)
Time Slot: 9:00 PM-11:00 PM EST on ABC
Episode Title: “A BARBARA WALTERS SPECIAL: HEAVEN — WHERE IS IT? HOW DO WE GET THERE?”

ABC NEWS PRESENTS A BARBARA WALTERS SPECIAL: “HEAVEN — WHERE IS IT? HOW DO WE GET THERE?â€?

Is Heaven Somewhere out There Beyond the Stars? Barbara Walters Takes Viewers on a Heavenly Journey, Tuesday, December 20 on ABC

Walters Speaks with Everyone from His Holiness the Dalai Lama to Failed Suicide Bombers in Israel, from an Evangelical Leader to Atheists, From Muslim Scholars to Jewish Rabbis, as Well as with Richard Gere, Maria Shriver, Mitch Albom and Rabbi Jackie Mason

Story on ‘the Futon Critic’