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Wednesday, November 27, 2002

Actor Aidan Quinn and director Bob Balaban join former death row inmate, Kerry Max Cook to discuss their new play The Exonerated about innocent people on death row. The New Yorker cartoon editor Robert Mankoff tells us what people find funny these days, The Naked Cartoonist. Plus, Letty Cottin Pogrebin, one of the founders of Ms. Magazine, discusses her debut novel, Three Daughters. And New York Times food columnist William Grimes discusses the history of dining in New York and the exhibit at the New York Public Library, New York Eats Out.

Aidan Quinn

Actor Aidan Quinn and director Bob Balaban join former death row inmate, Kerry Max Cook to discuss their new play The Exonerated, about innocent people on death row.

Music: Let Him Have It Soundtrack composer Michael Kamen tracks 9, 13

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Robert Mankoff

A conversation with The New Yorker cartoon editor Robert Mankoff about his work and what people find funny these days, The Naked Cartoonist.

Music: Raymond Scott-The Chesterfield Arrangements 1937-38 (The Metropole Orchestra featuring The Beau Hunks Saxette) tracks 10, 15

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Letty Cottin Pogrebin

Letty Cottin Pogrebin, one of the founders of Ms. Magazine, discusses her debut novel, Three Daughters.

Music: A Soldier's Daughter Never Cries soundtrack composer by Richard Robbins tracks 1, 4

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William Grimes

New York Times food columnist William Grimes discusses the history of dining in New York and the exhibit at the New York Public Library, New York Eats Out.

Music: Let Him Have It soundtrack track 6

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