In the afternoon of July 30, 1975, one of the most powerful and feared men ever associated with the American labor movement, James R. 'Jimmy' Hoffa, vanished without a trace from the face of the earth. Can DNA testing - not available in 1975 - finally provide the answer to exactly what happened to this complicated and enigmatic man with an improbably appropriate middle name - James Riddle Hoffa?
And in part two of this episode, new insight from an ages old conflict. The struggle with the Taliban fundamentalists in Afghanistan has given the world a disturbing, even frightening glimpse of the way they believe people - especially women - should be treated. Modern sensitivity is shocked by these revelations, but is this really anything new? Mary Magdalene, was she a saint or a sinner?