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Oprah Winfrey Interviews McCanns In Their London Home

by | 22nd, April 2009

mccann-fearTHE Oprah Interviews Madeleine McCann’s Parents

On Monday, May 4, Oprah will talk to Kate and Gerry McCann in their first interview in America since the disappearance of their daughter Madeleine.

Since May 3, 2007, when then-4-year-old Madeleine disappeared from the family’s vacation apartment in Portugal, there have been alleged sightings of the missing child, but none have been confirmed. For the first time, Oprah Show viewers will see a remarkable age progression that reveals what Madeleine might look like today.

You can see an artist’s impression of what a missing child might look like today if she is alive here.

Oprah goes on:

Plus, go inside the McCanns’ London home and spend a day with them and their 4-year-old twins, Sean and Amelie.

London? They’ve moved to be in the centre of big media? How’s that for caring about your subject and getting the scoop?

Check your local listings and tune in to watch Oprah’s interview with Madeleine’s parents about the two-year search for their missing daughter.

This is all followed by the following three ads:

Keeping Your Children Safe
You want to believe it couldn’t happen to you, but Gavin de Becker says worrying might be the ticket to keeping your kids from being abducted.

Child Protection Resources
After being kidnapped for nine months, 14-year-old Elizabeth Smart was found and returned safely home. Here’s what her father, Ed, wants you to know.

Online Safety Rules for Kids
Do your children often use the Internet? Follow these guidelines to make sure your kids aren’t putting themselves in danger.

Is Oprah Winfrey looking for Madeleine McCann or just helping to spread the fear about every parent’s worst nightmare..?

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