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Wednesday, March 31, 2010

On today's show, guest host Jonathan Capehart sits in for Leonard! He’ll talk with Bill Ayres and Lyn Pentecost about the hunger crisis in America and what’s being called the hunger-obesity paradox. And Dan Streible, director of the Orphan Film Symposium discusses what’s in store for the 2010 biennial. Then, Project Runway’s Tim Gunn! And actress Raquel Welch!

Hunger in America

Bill Ayres, who founded WhyHunger in 1975 with Harry Chapin, and Lyn Pentecost, Executive Director and Founder of the Lower Eastside Girls Club, talk the hunger crisis in America and the hunger-obesity paradox. They’ll discuss what their organizations are doing to improve food security and give people better access to ...

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Orphan Film Symposium

Director of the Orphan Film Symposium, Dan Streible, associate professor of cinema studies at NYU, and associate director of the Moving Image Archiving and Preservation program, discusses the 2010 Orphan Film Symposium, the seventh biennial gathering of archivists, scholars, preservationists, curators, collectors, and media artists devoted to saving, ...

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Make It Work!

Project Runway’s style mentor Tim Gunn talks about his role on the show, his career, his style guidelines, and about appearing as hero fighting crimes against fashion in Marvel’s comic Models, Inc.

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Raquel Welch

Actress Raquel Welch discusses about her career, her unexpected role as a sex symbol, and offers advice for women of all ages on courage, grace, and self-respect. Her new book Raquel: Beyond the Cleavage, is part autobiography, part personal philosophy, and part practical guide to life.

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Leonard's Questions: Dan Streible

Dan Streible shared his picks with us after a recent appearance on The Leonard Lopate Show.

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