This show is a rebroadcast of some of our favorite interviews from the past few months.
Norman Lear, who created such hit shows as “All in the Family” and “Maude,” now tells his own story. Betty Halbreich looks back at her (nearly) 40 years spent with socialites, stars, and ordinary women as a personal shopper at Bergdorf’s. John Lahr discusses his deeply-researched portrait of Tennessee Williams. Steven Johnson looks at how six particular innovations made the modern world.