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Terkel comments and presents Edith Piaf eulogy
Norman Wallace discusses his music career. Norman Wallace discusses his occupations as a pianist and a songwriter.
Lilli Palmer, actress and writer, discusses her life and her book, "The Red Raven." She talks about growing up in Germany, some of her film and play work, and her personal life.
Co-founder of the bookstore City Lights Booksellers & Publishers, poet and social activist Lawrence Ferlinghetti discusses his latest work which reflects on his youth and travels to Europe. Ferlinghetti recites pieces from his current work on the topics of Spain, France, and Italy. The poet also reflects on his previous work and his view on the Beat Generation.
Singer-songwriter and activist Holly Near discusses her work for fighting for social justice through outlets such as her music. Near a prominent proponent for the LGBTQ community has streamlined her work using folk and protest-inspired songs. Near has been awarded multiple honors from organizations such as the ACLU and the National Organization for Women for her work for social change.
Greta Keller, cabaret singer and actress, discusses her life and singing career. Keller also explains technique and thoughts behind her singing. At the end of the interview, Keller describes her work on Cabaret and singing "Heiraten."
Elaine Rosenberg discusses the life and career of Edith Piaf.