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Author Interviews

'Fresh Air' Critic Ken Tucker: Loving and Hating TV

Ken Tucker's new book is Kissing Bill O'Reilly, Roasting Miss Piggy, a look at television. His new book touches on TV mainstays, from James Garner to Pamela Anderson and David Brinkley.

'Fresh Air' Critic Ken Tucker: Loving and Hating TV

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Music Articles

Composer Pierre Boulez: New Recordings

French composer and conductor Pierre Boulez. He turns 80 years old next month. In celebration of his birthday next month, the record label Deutsche Grammophon is issuing five new recordings of Boulez's work. Classical music critic Lloyd Schwartz has a review.

Composer Pierre Boulez: New Recordings

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Barbara Boxer: Rice Hearings and the 2004 Vote

Sen. Barbara Boxer (D-CA) recently made headlines with her tough questioning of Condoleezza Rice during her confirmation hearings for Secretary of State. Boxer was also the only senator to object to the certification of Ohio's electoral votes.

Barbara Boxer: Rice Hearings and the 2004 Vote

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Music Articles

James Brown: Feeling Good

James Brown is also known as the Godfather of Soul and the Hardest Working Man in Show Business, among other titles. The 71-year-old singer is still touring, despite having prostate surgery in December. He's written a new memoir, James Brown: I Feel Good.

James Brown: Feeling Good

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Book Reviews

Anti-Slavery Movement in 'Bury the Chains'

Book critic Maureen Corrigan reviews Bury the Chains: Prophets and Rebels in the Fight to Free an Empire's Slaves by Adam Hochschild. It's about the 18th century anti-slavery movement in the British Empire.

Anti-Slavery Movement in 'Bury the Chains'

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