David Attenborough discusses the book and television documentary "Life On Earth"
Discussing his book and upcoming television series "Life on Earth," with the writer and narrator, David Attenborough.
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Tomlin talks in depth about the characters she has created and played (Trudy the Bag Lady, Kate, Agnus Angst, Chrissy, Lynn, Marie, ) in the play "The Search for Signs of Intelligent Life in the Universe" by Jane Wagner. Tomlin talks in detail about each character and inspirations and influences behind each, especially Trudy.
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.
Interviewing William Gibson.
Marshall McLuhan discusses a wide range of topics including conformity, changes in entertainment media, cultural change, art and artists, originality in dance, reading and language, human interaction with nature, and technology. Recorded in front of a live audience at Kendall College, McLuhan takes several questions from the audience throughout the program.
Interviewing Nicholas Johnson, a former member of FCC in which discusses communication, advanced technology, the role of the public, censorship and control of information
Elliott Reid talks about his career as an American actor. He talks about various that he was part of, with a great focus on satire and political humor.
Mort Sahl discusses comedy, social satire, and politics. Sahl discusses the topics of Communism, Fascism, the Kennedy assassination, and show business.
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).
Actor Peter Sellers takes on a different role as director of the Los Angeles Festival. The sixteen day event will happen in parks, streets, churches and community centers all over Los Angeles, says Sellers. With all the diverse groups living in Los Angeles, there's so much culture to share with one another & Sellers wanted people to get out and see things that they never experienced before.