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Wednesday, November 11, 2009

Our November 11 show is live from the Jerome L. Greene space! Andre Agassi talks about his life on and off the tennis court. Nobel Prize-winning author Orhan Pamuk discusses his latest novel. Then, Susie Essman describes working on "Curb Your Enthusiasm." And we get a look inside the UK’s intelligence agency, the MI5.

Andre Agassi

Tennis great Andre Agassi discusses his life on and off the court. During his 20-year career, he won eight Grand Slam singles championships and is the only man to win a career "Golden Slam"—all four Grand Slam singles titles plus the Olympic gold medal. His new memoir, Open, gives ...

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The Museum of Innocence

Orhan Pamuk talks about his latest novel, The Museum of Innocence, his first since he won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 2006. It tells the story of a man who collects objects that hold memories of a lost love, and is a sweeping tale of Turkey’s conflicted identity—tradition ...


What Would Susie Say

Comedienne Susie Essman talks about her journey from struggling stand-up comic to her role as Susie Greene on HBO's Curb Your Enthusiasm, playing one of the funniest women on television. Her book, What Would Susie Say: Bullsh*t Wisdom About Love, Life and Comedy takes us behind the scenes of ...

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Defend the Realm

Christopher Andrew, United Kingdom intelligence historian takes a look at the history of the UK’s MI5, one of the world's biggest intelligence organizations He was hand picked by the agency, and had unprecedented access to MI5's files, to write Defend the Realm: An authorized history of MI5, a look ...

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