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Willie Nelson Sings 'Crazy' and More on 'Fresh Air'

Willie Nelson turns 70 years old next week. We mark the occasion with a 1996 interview and in-studio performance; Nelson tells Terry Gross about the genesis of songs like "Family Bible" and "Crazy" — the classic made famous by Patsy Cline.

Willie Nelson in Studio on Fresh Air 1996

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'New York Times' Foreign Affairs Columnist Thomas Friedman

Friedman will discuss the post-Saddam Middle East. Friedman's best-selling book is Longitudes and Attitudes: Exploring the World After September 11. He has won two Pulitzer Prizes for his coverage of the Middle East.

'New York Times' Foreign Affairs Columnist Thomas Friedman

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Film Critic David Edelstein

Film critic David Edelstein reviews A Mighty Wind, the latest from the people who brought you This is Spinal Tap and Best in Show. It's a satiric look at folk music, starring Christopher Guest (who also directed), Eugene Levy and Michael McKean.

Film Critic David Edelstein

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