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Remembering director Peter Bogdanovich, chronicler of Hollywood's golden age

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Remembering Oscar-winning lyricist Marilyn Bergman

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Nicole Kidman says being an indoor kid and a bookworm led her to acting

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'Fresh Air' remembers screen legend Sidney Poitier

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'Fresh Air' celebrates legendary TV actor Betty White

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Remembering essayist Joan Didion, a keen observer of American culture

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How Dan Bongino is building a right-wing media infrastructure in time for 2024

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Remembering Edward O. Wilson, a conservation advocate who studied ant colonies

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After serving as the lead manager for the ultimately unsuccessful second Trump impeachment, Rep. Jamie Raskin became a member of the House select committee looking into the Jan. 6 attacks. Andrew Harnik/AP hide caption

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After his son's suicide and the Jan. 6 attack, Rep. Jamie Raskin is not giving up

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For Kirsten Dunst, 'The Power of the Dog' is a cinematic love letter to her children

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Dave Grohl retraces his life-affirming path from Nirvana to Foo Fighters

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'Schmigadoon!' star Cecily Strong and co-creator Cinco Paul embrace musical satire

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'Fresh Air' remembers Archbishop Desmond Tutu

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Fran Lebowitz is your NYC tour guide in 'Pretend It's a City'

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Kieran Culkin is having fun with 'Succession' — and he hopes you are too

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