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Fresh Air with Terry Gross, May 3, 2012: Interview with Julia Louis-Dreyfus; Interview with Steven Moffat; Review of the film "The Avengers."

Author: Davies, Dave, 1953-; Louis-Dreyfus, Julia; Moffat, Steven, 1961-; Bianculli, David; Edelstein, David; WHYY Public Media; Miller, Danny (Radio producer); Gross, Terry
Publisher: National Public Radio (U.S.) WHYY, Inc. 2012-05-03
Edition/Format:   Downloadable archival material : English
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Since its national debut in 1987, Fresh Air with Terry Gross has been a highly acclaimed and much adored weekday magazine among public radio listeners. Each week, nearly 4.8 million people turn to Peabody Award-winning host Terry Gross for insightful conversations with the leading voices in contemporary arts and issues. The renowned program reaches a global audience, with over 620 public radio stations broadcasting
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Genre/Form: Sound
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Davies, Dave, 1953-; Louis-Dreyfus, Julia; Moffat, Steven, 1961-; Bianculli, David; Edelstein, David; WHYY Public Media; Miller, Danny (Radio producer); Gross, Terry
OCLC Number: 958462148
Language Note: English
Notes: audio/x-mpeg-3
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Since its national debut in 1987, Fresh Air with Terry Gross has been a highly acclaimed and much adored weekday magazine among public radio listeners. Each week, nearly 4.8 million people turn to Peabody Award-winning host Terry Gross for insightful conversations with the leading voices in contemporary arts and issues. The renowned program reaches a global audience, with over 620 public radio stations broadcasting Fresh Air, and 3 million podcast downloads each week. Fresh Air has broken the mold of 'talk show' by weaving together superior journalism and intimate storytelling from modern-day intellectuals, politicians and artists alike. Through probing questions and careful research, Gross's interviews are lauded for revealing a fresh perspective on cultural icons and trends. Her thorough conversations are often complemented by commentary from well-known contributors. Fresh Air is produced at WHYY-FM in Philadelphia and broadcast nationally by NPR.

(1.) Actress JULIA LOUIS-DREYFUS. She's best known for her Emmy winning portrayal of Elaine on Seinfeld from 1990 to 1998. Then for five years she co-starred in The New Adventures of Old Christine. She now stars in the new HBO comedy series Veep, as the Vice President of the United States. (Sundays at 10 p.m. ET/PT) (DAVE DAVIES interview). (2.) British TV writer STEVEN MOFFAT. He's the co-creator (along with Mark Gatiss) of Sherlock, a contemporary take on the Arthur Conan Doyle classic for the BBC, now being shown on PBS. It's now in season two. MOFFAT has also been Executive Producer and Chief Writer for the popular sci-fi series Doctor Who on BBC. MOFFAT also wrote the screenplay for the film Tinin. (DAVID BIANCULLI interview). (3.) Film critic DAVID EDELSTEIN reviews The Avengers written and directed by Joss Whedon, based on the Marvel comic book series.

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