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Interviews

Actor Liev Schreiber

He stars in the new remake of The Manchurian Candidate in the role of Raymond Shaw. The film was directed by Jonathan Demme. Schreiber's film credits include The Daytrippers, A Walk on the Moon, and the Scream movies. (Rebroadcast from Nov. 23, 1999).

Actor Liev Schreiber

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Friday

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Remembrances

Saxophonist and Big Band Leader Illinois Jacquet

The jazz tenor sax player died July 22 at the age of 81 in Queens, N.Y. A seminal figure in R&B, Jacquet played with some of the great big bands, including ones led by Lionel Hampton, Cab Calloway, and Count Basie. (Rebroadcast From Oct. 13, 1988).

Saxophonist and Big Band Leader Illinois Jacquet

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Movies

David Edelstein on 'The Bourne Supremacy'

Film critic David Edelstein reviews the new Matt Damon movie The Bourne Supremacy. It's a sequel to the 2002 hit The Bourne Identity, shot in a fast-paced style that heightens the tension of the storyline.

David Edelstein on 'The Bourne Supremacy'

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Thursday

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Politics

Ron Reagan, Jr.: Speaking Out on Stem Cells

The son of the late President Ronald Reagan has been invited to speak at the Democratic convention next week. He and his mother have become outspoken proponents of stem cell research. Reagan has edited the book, If You Had Five Minutes with the President.

Ron Reagan, Jr.: Speaking Out on Stem Cells

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Pop Culture

John Powers on HBO's New Offerings

Critic at large John Powers considers the latest programming from the cable network. HBO has become a perennial Emmy winner for shows such as The Sopranos. New offerings this season include Entourage, about a rising Hollywood actor and his childhood friends.

John Powers on HBO's New Offerings

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Books

Inside Interrogations in Afghanistan

Los Angeles Times journalist Greg Miller and military interrogation supervisor Chris Mackey talk about The Interrogators. The book provides an inside look at methods used to extract information from prisoners in Afghanistan.

Inside Interrogations in Afghanistan

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Religion

John L. Allen, 'All the Pope's Men'

Allen writes for the National Catholic Reporter. He's a Vatican analyst for CNN and NPR, and he writes a weekly Internet column called The Word from Rome. His new book is called, All the Pope's Men: The Inside Story of How the Vatican Really Thinks.

John L. Allen, 'All the Pope's Men'

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