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Jerzy Kosinski discusses his book "Being There". Includes Studs Terkel reading from Kosinski's book "Being There".
Sterling "Red" Quinlan discusses his book "Inside ABC: the American Broadcasting Company's rise to power" published in 1979. Sterling "Red" Quinlan was a pioneering Chicago TV executive that worked for ABC (which later became WLS-Ch. 7), WFLD-TV, WTTW (Chicago's public television station) and founding member of the Museum of Broadcast Communications.
Phil Donahue discusses his book "Donahue: My Own Story." Mr. Donahue talks about the audience and the guests of his talk show, and the changes that have come for the groups he talked with (women, homosexual persons, minorities, political freedoms).
Interviewing William Gibson.
Interviewing Burr Tillstrom.
Interviewing authors Robert Metz, author of "CBS : Reflections in a Bloodshot Eye," and Michael Korda, author of "Power! : How to get it, how to use it."
Discussing the book "Television" with the author Jeff Greenfield.
Discussing the book "Alistair Cooke's America" and interviewing the author Alistair Cooke.
Television journalist Bill D. Moyers discusses his book "Healing and the Mind."
Mr Quinlan a pioneering Chicago TV executive and one time general manager of Chicago's ABC affiliate WBKB, discusses the book "The Hundred Million Dollar Lunch." Mr Quinlan and Studs converse about the trials against RKO General/General Tire, a struggle that lasted 15 years. Includes an excerpt of an interview with Denis Mitchell(1863252-3-1).