Learning Propaganda in Pyongyang. Andy Cohen's 'Superficial.' The Evolution of TV.

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Anna Broinowski reading Kim Jong Il’s propaganda rules in the Three Revolutions Exhibition museum, Pyongyang.

Nick Pinto, a senior writer for The Village Voice, discusses his cover story in this week's issue titled, "The Incredibles: Judges Said These Cops Can't Be Trusted, So Why Does the D.A. Rely on Them?" How director Anna Broinowski was granted a 21-day filmmaking apprenticeship in North Korea. Andy Cohen, host of “Watch What Happens Live” and executive producer of “The Real Housewives,” discusses his new book, Superficial: More Adventures from the Andy Cohen Diaries. Television critic David Bianculli traces the evolutionary history of television in, The Platinum Age of TV.