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Tuesday, December 03, 2002

Who can forget the 1975 Red Sox-Reds world series or the tumultous Frazier-Ali fight in 1971? Al Silverman, former editor of Sport Magazine, shares some of the most memorable and dramatic moments in sports history, It’s Not Over ‘Til It’s Over. Plus, astronomer Robert Kirshner discusses exploding stars, dark energy, and the accelerating cosmos and his new book, The Extravagant Universe. Tom Fontana, creator of HBO’s Oz joins actor Lee Tergesen to talk about his new theatre piece based on a work by Jack London, The Day Jack London Got Pinched. And Elmore Leonard shares his new book, a href="/books/8349">When The Women Come Out to Dance.

Al Silverman

Who can forget the 1975 Red Sox-Reds world series or the tumultous Frazier-Ali fight in 1971? Al Silverman, former editor of Sport Magazine, shares some of the most memorable and dramatic moments in sports history, It’s Not Over ‘Til It’s Over: The Stories behind the Most Magnificent Heart Stopping Sports ...

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Robert Kirshner

Astronomer Robert Kirshner discusses exploding stars, dark energy, and the accelerating cosmos and his new book, The Extravagant Universe. Read an excerpt in the Reading Room.

Music: Bicentennial Man soundtrack composer James Horner tracks 1, 5

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Tom Fontana

Tom Fontana, creator of HBO’s Oz joins actor Lee Tergesen to talk about his new theatre piece based on a work by Jack London, The Day Jack London Got Pinched.

Music: A Shock to the System soundtrack composer Gary Chang tracks 5, 8

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Elmore Leonard

Elmore Leonard shares his new book, When The Women Come Out to Dance. Read an excerpt in the Reading Room.
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Music: A Shock to the System Soundtrack composer Gary Chang track 1

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