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What now, Mr President? - a US version

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Derren Lawford | 12:02 UK time, Wednesday, 28 January 2009

We've received a few emails from people in America and Canada about a recent Panorama, What now, Mr President? They were all desperate to view it online.

Then the Huffington Post's John Tepper Marlin blogged about the programme and not being able to view it too .

The last time we had this kind of interest from an overseas audience was for Jane Corbin's one hour special - Daylight Robbery which looked into the $23billion that had been stolen, lost or just not properly accounted for in Iraq. You might have seen the BBC One trail for it on You Tube.

Given the significance of our recent film on President Barack Obama, namely the challenge he faces in providing affordable healthcare to all American citizens - we are making What now, Mr President? available online outside of the UK. At the moment this will only be for a month, but if we can, we'll try and keep it up for a year.

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