Jacques Cousteau

Friday, January 01, 1960

Jacques Cousteau (1910 - 1997) dousing a new type of underwater camera, the 'Calypso Phot,' with champagne at its unveiling ceremony, December 4, 1962. (Agence France Presse/Getty Images)

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c. 1964
Patricia Marx interviews Captain Jacques-Yves Cousteau on the recent expeditions of his "oceanaut" team at their underwater station and his new film "World without Sun" (1964). Marx and Cousteau delve deep into the physical and psychological experience of undersea exploration, covering topics such as the restrictive effects of decompression on the body and the ability to develop a richer understanding of the universe through observation of this new, "wet world".

WNYC archives id: 56199


Jacques Cousteau and Patricia Marx


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Patricia Marx Interviews is a series of interviews done for WNYC and other stations that include talks with: Woody Allen, Dick Gregory, William Golding, General Omar Bradley, Arthur C. Clarke, David Halberstam, Bob Hope, George Balanchine and others.

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