Robert F. Kennedy

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Ed Bradley

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Ed Bradley on covering the New York aspect of Robert F. Kennedy's assassination and other major news stories, while a reporter at WCBS radio during the late 1960s and early 1970s

Bernie Brillstein

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Bernie Brillstein on the break up of MCA and Lew Wasserman becoming a producer

Stan Chambers

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Stan Chambers on covering the assassination of Robert Kennedy in 1968

Nick Clooney

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Nick Clooney on his sister Rosemary being there in person when Robert F. Kennedy was assassinated

Walter Cronkite

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Walter Cronkite on upsetting John and Bobby Kennedy during an interview when he brought up the Catholic issue during the Presidential campaingn

Phil Donahue

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Phil Donahue on interviewing Jimmy Hoffa

Sam Donaldson

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Sam Donaldson on getting the unaired scoop that Robert F. Kennedy would run for President

Mike Douglas

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Mike Douglas on interviewing Robert F. Kennedy on The Mike Douglas Show

Hugh Downs

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Hugh Downs on RFK's appearance on The Tonight Show after JFK's assassination
Hugh Downs on RFK discussing Jimmy Hoffa on The Tonight Show

Imero Fiorentino

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Lighting Director Imero Fiorentino on the issues he had lighting JFK due to RFK's interference

Sonny Fox

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Sonny Fox on Robert F. Kennedy coming on Wonderama and the Senator's gift for talking with kids

John Frankenheimer

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John Frankenheimer on meeting Robert F. Kennedy

Hal Gurnee

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Hal Gurnee on Jack Paar having John and Bobby Kennedy, and Richard Nixon on as guests on Tonight Starring Jack Paar at various times

Lamont Johnson

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Lamont Johnson on directing Profiles in Courage, and on meeting with Robert F. Kennedy

Roger Mudd

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Roger Mudd on covering Bobby Kennedy's Presidential bid and assassination

Don Pike

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Don Pike on going to work for the United States Information Agency at the behest of Robert F. Kennedy under agency director Edward R. Murrow

Max Schindler

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Max Schindler on meeting John F. Kennedy in West Virginia during the 1960 Democratic Primary
Max Schindler on political figures who were adept at using television and the sound byte
Max Schindler on directing the coverage of the assassination of Robert F. Kennedy

Howard K. Smith

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Howard K. Smith on his thoughts on Robert F. Kennedy

Robert Vaughn

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Robert Vaughn on being compared to Robert F. Kennedy; on RFK's assassination

Barbara Walters

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Barbara Walters on Robert Kennedy 

Ben Wolf

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Ben Wolf on his career highlights

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