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Sterling "Red" Quinlan discusses his book "Inside ABC: American Broadcasting Company's Rise to Power". Quinlan was a pioneering Chicago TV executive who worked for ABC (which later became WLS-Ch. 7), WFLD-TV, and WTTW, Chicago's public television station.
Joyce Grenfell discusses her career (and includes portion of interview with Clancy Sigal, which starts around 39:08).
Discussing the television program "The Living Planet," with broadcaster David Attenborough.
Interviewing Director General of BBC Hugh Carleton Greene while Studs was in England.
Power, the misuse of power and the hollowness of one's heart and soul are the main themes covered by Helene Rosenberg. In Shakespeare's plays, the higher one rises in power, mortality can not be escaped and he will fall into the depths of hell. Justice, law and order, one's own being versus having (things) are also discussed.
Geoffrey Bridson and his wife Joyce, discuss his book "Prospero and Ariel: The rise and fall of radio a personal recollection.", as well as his life and career as a producer/broadcaster for BBC radio. The interview is interspersed with several excerpts from recordings: Excerpt of conversation at the home of Bridsons in England 1962. He talks about the play "Aarons field" and the sequel "Aarons Fallout shelter". Excerpt from Joyce Bridson backstage after the play "Oh what a lovely war" in New York.
Discussing the book "Alistair Cooke's America" and interviewing the author Alistair Cooke.