I'm not aware of any programs that allow you to view the contents of the pagefile.sys file in a human-readable form. The Page File is essentially an extension of your system's built-in RAM and so does not store data in file and folders like we're used to seeing. The data is, rather, in binary format and is addressed very differently than long term storage (like your hard drive).
That being said, I'm sure that their is some program out their, probably used by forensic data recovery labs (like the ones used by the FBI and also commercial labs that do data recovery). As to whether there are any programs that are publicly available, I'm not sure. A cursory Google search yieded http://www.forensicbootcd.com/site/view.html
which says it can extract e-mail addressed and URL's from the pagefile.
The software from http://www.ilook-forensics.org/
seems to be what you'd want, but it's only available to law enforcement.
Another site, http://www.guidancesoftware.com/products/ef_index.asp
, seems to offer another program to the public, but it's not free and there's no demo download.
If you find a program, please let us know! I'd never thought about looking inside the pagefile but now you've piqued my interest.