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Saturday, April 9:
Should Jane Fonda (search) be forgiven more than 30 years later for posing on a North Vietnamese anti-aircraft gun? Fonda expresses regret over that moment in her new memoir, but some Vietnam vets aren't so quick to forgive "Hanoi Jane." We'll talk to two of them.
Plus, the father of a confessed serial killer is selling DVD copies of his son's videotaped confession to police. Duke White, father of Richard Paul White (search), says a portion of the revenue from the DVD — which he's selling for $39.95 — will go to the children of the victims. But is this really the case? And should he profit off the killings? We'll investigate.
And, we'll look at Saturday's royal wedding and the future of the monarchy. Is the British monarchy (search) outdated and should it be abolished. We'll have analysis.
These stories and more on this Saturday's "Heartland."
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— All topics and guests subject to change.