Conan O'Brien : Fresh Air After 28 years of hosting late-night shows, O'Brien will be starting something new at HBO. He spoke to Terry Gross in 2019 about his early days as a comic and how late-night TV has changed over the years.

Also, jazz critic Kevin Whitehead reviews a newly discovered live recording by Sonny Rollins.
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After 28 years of hosting late-night shows, O'Brien will be starting something new at HBO. He spoke to Terry Gross in 2019 about his early days as a comic and how late-night TV has changed over the years.

Also, jazz critic Kevin Whitehead reviews a newly discovered live recording by Sonny Rollins.