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Fresh Air for October 19, 2011

Colson Whitehead is a 2002 recipient of the MacArthur Fellowship. His writing has also appeared in Salon, The Village Voice, and The New York Times.

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A 'Zone' Full Of Zombies In Lower Manhattan

A 'Zone' Full Of Zombies In Lower Manhattan

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Fresh Air for October 18, 2011

The Man Who Tracks Viruses Before They Spread

The Man Who Tracks Viruses Before They Spread

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Fresh Air for October 17, 2011

Family Guy has received three Primetime Emmy Awards. The series, set in Quahog RI, stars the Griffin family and their pet dog Brian.

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Seth MacFarlane: TV's 'Family Guy' Makes Music, Too

Seth MacFarlane: TV's 'Family Guy' Makes Music, Too

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Fresh Air for October 15, 2011

Laura Dern and series creator Mike White, shown together on the set of Enlightened, first worked together on White's 2007 film Year of the Dog.

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Fresh Air Weekend: Mike White, 'Marriage Plot'

Fresh Air Weekend: Mike White, 'Marriage Plot'

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Fresh Air for October 14, 2011

Ted Danson and Marg Helgenberger search for clues on the CBS drama CSI.

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Ted Danson, On 'Crime' And 'Death' After 'Cheers'

Ted Danson, On 'Crime' And 'Death' After 'Cheers'

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Vera (Elena Anaya) is both patient and obsession for plastic surgeon Robert Ledgard (Antonio Banderas), who is bent on creating a synthetic skin that can resist any kind of damage.

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Almodovar Gets Under The 'Skin,' But How Deeply?

Almodovar Gets Under The 'Skin,' But How Deeply?

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