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Illustrator and Writer James Warhola

His new book is Uncle Andy's: A faabbbulous visit with Andy Warhol. It's a children's story about going to visit Warhol, in which Warhola chronicles one of the many trips he took with his family from Pittsburgh to New York City. This interview first aired May 20, 2003.

Illustrator and Writer James Warhola

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General Chuck Yeager

General Chuck Yeager, test pilot, war hero and the first man to break the sound barrier. Tom Wolfe called Yeager the "the most righteous of all the possessors of the right stuff." Yeager's autobiography is Yeager. This interview first aired September 13, 1988.

General Chuck Yeager

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Former NASA flight director Chris Kraft

He was NASA's first flight director, from the first forays into space in the 1960s to after Neil Armstrong landed on the moon in 1969. Kraft also created Mission Control. He's the author of, Flight: My Life In Mission Control.

Former NASA flight director Chris Kraft

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