Stephen Colbert For the first time since hosting 'The Late Show,' Colbert talks to Terry Gross about shedding his 'Colbert Report' character and becoming comfortable playing himself. [Originally broadcast November 2016] Also, this year marked the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare's death. Classical music critic Lloyd Schwartz reviews a recent CD that celebrates Shakespeare in words and music.
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For the first time since hosting 'The Late Show,' Colbert talks to Terry Gross about shedding his 'Colbert Report' character and becoming comfortable playing himself. [Originally broadcast November 2016] Also, this year marked the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare's death. Classical music critic Lloyd Schwartz reviews a recent CD that celebrates Shakespeare in words and music.