All Things Considered for November 17, 2012 Hear the All Things Considered program for November 17, 2012

Should David Petraeus' extramarital affair be considered a disqualifying factor for his public position? Pablo Martinez Monsivais/AP hide caption

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Listen to Eliot Spitzer and others talk with Guy Raz about the Petraeus downfall on weekends on 'All Things Considered.'

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The 1968 film Heidi, starring Jennifer Edwards, was based on a best-selling children's book about an 8-year-old Swiss orphan. NBC/NBC via Getty Images hide caption

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Heidi: The Little Girl Who Changed Football Forever

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Lost at sea, Pi (Suraj Sharma) Patel begins to make an extraordinary connection with a fearsome Bengal tiger named Richard Parker. 20th Century Fox hide caption

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Ang Lee On 'Life Of Pi' And Being A Slave To Film

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DJ Shadow's latest release is the career-spanning, limited-edition box set Reconstructed. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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DJ Shadow On Sampling As A 'Collage Of Mistakes'

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