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Paul Shaffer on David Letterman and working on his shows
Interview: Paul Shaffer Genre: Late Night
Leslie Moonves on his "More with Les" segments on the Late Show with David Letterman
Bill Dana on the genesis of the "Man on the Street" segments on The Steve Allen Show, and working with Don Knotts, Tom Poston, Louis Nye on those sketches
Steve Allen on the comedy writing team of Herb Sergeant and Stan Burns on his Tonight Show
James Arness on the concept of Gunsmoke as the first TV Western geared more to adults than children, and on the process of filming an episode 
Interview: James Arness Genre: Western Series
James Arness on the amount of violence on Gunsmoke
Interview: James Arness Genre: Western Series
Vince Gilligan on the genesis of Breaking Bad
Interview: Vince Gilligan Show: Breaking Bad
Jonathan Murray on the diverse cast of The Real World
Sonia Manzano on watching TV as a child and not seeing "herself" depicted in the media
Composer Earle Hagen on NBC initially not approving Bill Cosby to co-star in I Spy because it feared repercussions from Southern affiliates
Jim McKay on having to tell the world that the Israeli hostages taken at the 1972 Olympic games, were "all gone"
Interview: Jim McKay Topic: We Cried
Tim Russert on the Meet the Press broadcast following 9/11 and the tribute to Father Mychal Judge
Interview: Tim Russert Topic: We Cried
Joan Ganz Cooney on the Sesame Street episode following actor Will Lee's death,  "Farewell, Mr. Hooper" (airdate: November 24, 1983)
Interview: Joan Ganz Cooney Topic: We Cried
Ralph Senensky on directing Breaking Point and "The Bull Roarer" episode in which a young man thinks he might be gay
Interview: Ralph Senensky Topic: LGBTQ
Charles S. Dubin on being called to testify before the House Un-American Activities Committee and being blacklisted for five years