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Interviews

Tough Guy, Actor, Dennis Franz

Franz played the role of Det. Andy Sipowicz for 12 seasons on the show NYPD Blue. The last episode of the show airs March 1. He was also on the TV series Hill Street Blues. This interview was originally broadcast on Oct. 1, 1993.

Tough Guy, Actor, Dennis Franz

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Thursday

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Wednesday

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Pop Culture

Actor Seth Green: 'Robot Chicken' and More

He directs and provides voices for the new series Robot Chicken on Cartoon Network, which he describes as "SNL meets The Nightmare Before Christmas." It's a fast-paced, irreverent stop-action animated variety show.

Actor Seth Green: 'Robot Chicken' and More

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Noting the Passing of John Raitt

Singer John Raitt died over the weekend at age 88. He was a legend on Broadway, starring in the original 1945 production of Carousel. He starred in both the stage and screen versions of The Pajama Game. His daughter is singer Bonnie Raitt.

Noting the Passing of John Raitt

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Monday

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Music Articles

Clarinetist and Composer Don Byron

With his latest CD, Ivey Divey, bandleader Don Byron pays homage to saxophonist Lester Young. Byron is a prolific musician who gets inspiration from all kinds of music. One of Byron's most-played recordings is Bug Music, heard, among other places, on NPR.

Clarinetist and Composer Don Byron

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Law

Federal Judges in 2005: Rights Concerns

Ralph Neas is president of People for the American Way, a national social justice organization. He was executive director of the Leadership Conference on Civil Rights when he led the successful effort to block the nomination of Robert Bork to the U.S. Supreme Court in 1987.

Federal Judges in 2005: Rights Concerns

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