Larry Grobel has been a freelance writer and biographer for more than thirty years for publications like Rolling Stone, New York Times, Entertainment Weekly and many others. Larry has also been a contributing editor at Playboy since 1980 conducting over fifty interviews. On the show, Larry talks about his renown interviews and friendships with Marlon Brando, Truman Capote, Al Pacino, Rodney Dangerfield, and more. His new book, "The Art of the Interview", which is also a class at UCLA, delves into his celebrity journalism techniques. Larry's next upcoming project is to be the first to interview Martha Stewart after her sentence. Watch out Barbara Walters!
Miramax without the Weinsteins? Hear a special appearance from Alex Ben Block, editor of Television Week Magazine. Alex foresees how Miramax won't survive without Bob and Harvey Weinstein and gives a firsthand report on Microsoft's newest operating system for entertainment. Alex has extensive experience on both radio and TV as a commentator and panelist. He is also the author of the critically acclaimed book, "OUTFOXED: The Inside Story of America's Fourth Television Network," and the global bestseller, "The Legend Of Bruce Lee."
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