Today Show June 1 2012
From tragedy and charity to motivation and competition, a true survey of what’s going on in the world was featured on the Today Show June 1 2012. A heartbreaking update on one family’s mystery, plus Al Roker’s special history assignment and the Redbook Wedding Dress Challenge that got readers slimming down were among this morning’s segments. Check them out for yourself using these links.
Today: Lauren Spierer Update: One Year Later
For the last year, the Spierer family has been living a devastating mystery. In June 2011, Indiana University student Lauren Spierer went missing after a night out with friends. Her family spoke about their enduring hope, the sad reality of their expectations & why they think the investigation has stalled.
Drake Vs T Boone Pickens & National History Bee: Today
Al Roker’s latest assignment took him to Washington DC. See how you rank on his history pop quiz and learn where you can watch him host the National History Bee. Plus, what do Drake and T Boone Pickens have in common? They’re both trending today, and MSNBC’s Alex Wagner explained why.
Redbook Wedding Dress Challenge: Today Show
The Redbook Wedding Dress Challenge is a hit with readers, and results of the health initiative are in this month’s issue. But the Today Show June 1 2012 got a sneak peek fashion show featuring some of the successful participants back in their old wedding gowns. Find out how they did it.
$200K Homes Across America: Barbara Corcoran Today
She made her fortune in real estate, and on the Today Show June 1 2012, Barbara Corcoran searched coast to coast for the best buy homes that are $200K or less. Learn what she found, and which state gives you the most back yard for your buck.
The Band Perry Outnumber Hunger Charity & ‘All Your Life’: Today
With just one album, sibling trio The Band Perry has racked up five hit country singles. They performed “All Your Life” for the the Summer Concert Series on the Today Show June 1 2012. They also shared their passion for the Outnumber Hunger charity & talked about how you can make a difference in your town.