On this special episode, we are remembering the life and career of Barbara Walters, the iconic journalist and program host who passed away at 93. Walters was the first woman to become a US TV news superstar, known for her exclusive interviews with world leaders and celebrities. She earned 12 Emmy awards during her time at ABC and NBC, and was the first woman to anchor a network news program. Walters was known for her tough questions, but also faced criticism for occasionally asking softer questions. Despite this, she paved the way for female journalists and was a trailblazer for women in the industry. In 1997, she created the popular ABC talk show "The View," which featured an all-female panel and aimed to give a platform to women's voices. We will always remember Barbara Walters as a true legend and pioneer in journalism.

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