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British feminist and journalist Jill Tweedie discusses and reads from her book “In the Name of Love” with British journalist and humorist Alan Brien. Tweedie explores the scientific and psychological nature of what it means to “love” and how this differs from passion and romance. Studs plays "Loveless Love" - Billie Holiday (1940) and "Douce Dame Jolie" - Roland Hayes (1966).
Studs Terkel interview with James Cameron, Brittish journalist. They discuss the objective truth and facts of journalism. Cameron shares his experience with a dying Winston Churchill and his views on science and human values. Politics, youth, and the atomic bomb are also topics in this interview. Studs quotes Albert Einstein and Sidney Burnstein, while Cameron quotes Oliver Cromwell. James Cameron's book, "Point of Departure" is also mentioned in the interview.
Studs Terkel and James Cameron talk about their witness of the peaceful demonstration at Lincoln Park the night before. They discuss the kind and caring interaction between older adults and the young. Both reflect on how the event changed from peaceful to somewhat violent when police gathered and used tear gas on the crowd.
Interviewing journalist James Cameron in London.
On his way to meet James Cameron, the taxi cab driver tells Studs Terkel about the demolition site they're passing. The cab driver explains that 30,000 more hotel rooms are needed because of the jumbo jet trade. The cab driver said the rooms are needed to advance London's tourism. James Cameron discusses the demolition that's happening at Ashburn Gardens. Cameron explains how the homes that are being torn down house students, au pairs, and people of color. Cameron also talks about how he never went to school or received an education.