October 15, 1993 |
While watching the Larry King show, I found myself grabbing the phone and dialing the number that would allow me to talk to King's guest. That's the first time I ever tried to call a radio or TV show. But it is seldom that I see a creature such as King's guest being given a national forum. He looked OK, a handsome, articulate man in his early 50s, but with a much younger appearance. But as King said in his introduction: "Ten years ago, the crime shocked the nation.
October 8, 1992 |
Eat your heart out, Dan Rather. This year, reporters with a prosecutorial edge have been sent to the back of the campaign bus. They've been supplanted by Larry King, the ingratiating Cable News Network talk-show host who is driven by curiosity, not by a desire to pin his guests down. King, 58, has become unofficial master of ceremonies of the 1992 campaign. He has enjoyed more access to President Bush, Bill Clinton and Ross Perot than any reporter. Last night, he hosted Bush for the second time in four days.
September 15, 1988 |
Leopold Stokowski, conductor of the Philadelphia Orchestra from 1912 to 1938, is profiled on "Collector's Corner" at 9 tonight on WHYY (FM/91). Host Wayne Conner plays recordings of works by Wagner, Saint-Saens and Block performed by the Orchestra, which became an international favorite under the leadership of the colorful Stokowski. What if business situations and strategies were modeled after successful sports teams? Robert Keidel, author of "Game Plans," discusses the concept with Harry Gross on "Speaking of Your Money" at 3 this afternoon on WCAU (AM/1210)