Last week, comedian Jerry Seinfeld announced that after nine seasons, he was pulling the plug on his highly successful NBC sitcom, Seinfeld. On to discuss the loss of televisions best sitcom are Bruce Handy of Time magazine, Bill Carter of the New York Times, Mary Kaye Schilling, senior editor at Entertainment Weekly and Steve Reddicliffe, editor-in-chief of TV Guide. Then, writer George Plimpton in conversation about Truman Capote. The topic is a new oral biography, Truman Capote, in which various friends, enemies, acquaintances and detractors recall the turbulent and very interesting career of the writer. Finally, in celebration of the life of Brendan Gill, a rebroadcast of an earlier interview with the late New Yorker writer.
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