Discussing the depression in Sweden and interviewing Sture Kjellberg while Studs was in Sweden.
Interviewing Barbara Cartland at her castle and a Welsh physician in Tavistock Square while Studs was in England.
Discussing British depression with Barbara Cartland at her castle (part 2) while Studs was in England.
Interviewing Arthur Miller.
Discussing the book "An ethnic at large" with the author Jerre Mangione.
Discussing "The Understudy : a Novel" and interviewing Elia Kazan.
Dempsey Travis presents a jazz program and discusses the life, the music, and the community of Chicago jazz from before The Great Depression until World War II. Travis discusses 1920s-1930s Chicago for Black families including rent parties, breakfast dances, employment opportunities, union strikes, and jazz.
Dempsey Travis talks about his book, "An Autobiography of Black Jazz," as he recalls his childhood memories of Jazz, Blues, and Boogie-Woogie artists that he met.
Photographer David Scherman talks with Studs Terkel about the stories that photos can tell, famous photographers, and the book “The Best of Life,” which Scherman edited. A recording of the song “Brother, Can You Spare a Dime?” by the Weavers is played.