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Appraisal: Roger Broders Dunkerque Travel Poster, ca. 1930
Watch Nicholas Lowry's appraisal of a Roger Broders Dunkerque travel poster, ca. 1930, in ROADSHOW's Special: Greatest Gifts.French -- of the north. It was designed by an artist and Roger brokers and rotors is considered to be one of the best and he's certainly one of the most popular art Deco artists. Working in Paris in the 1920s and 1930s. Now this poster isn't dated. What's the reference books we know that it was done in about 1930. And Roger brokers is really famous for the travel posters you do it. For the different French will always because they all have this
Roger Clemens Acquitted, but 'Legal Cloud' Lingers
A federal jury in Washington, found professional pitcher Roger Clemens not guilty of perjury charges Monday. Ray Suarez speaks with Michael O'Keeffe of the New York Daily News about the turning points of the 10-week trial and the investigation that spanned more than five years.Next an acquittal for Roger Clemens ray Suarez has that story. The former baseball pitching great had been accused of lying to congress about using steroids butDaily News. He's coauthor of the book American icon the fall of Roger Clemens and the rise of steroids. In America's past time. Michael Roger Clemens faced six counts of perjury. He wasn't charged with using drugs and cheating at baseball but wasn't this a trial alltestimony. But Brian McNamee the former trainer. Said was said to have. Roger clemens' DNA on his materials. Needles syringes cotton balls all kinds of paraphernalia that. Showed he used it. Was this not a
Roger Rosenblatt Reflects on Love, Grief, Kayaks
Author Roger Rosenblatt considers grief, solace, solitude and love in the wake of his daughter's death in his new book "Kayak Morning: Reflections on Love, Grief and Small Boats." Jeffrey Brown and Rosenblatt discuss a morning out on the water and a journey through grief.a morning out on the water conversation I had recently -- author Roger Rosenblatt. Two and a half years after -- 38 year old daughter Amy died of an undetected anomalous right coronary artery. I have taken up kayaking. That's the first line of a new book titled kayak morning reflections on love of grief and small boats. Its author is Roger Rosenblatt long known of course to Newshour viewers for his essays over many years on the program. And among other books forthe book is kayak morning reflections on love grief and small boats. Roger Rosenblatt thanks so much elected.
Conversation: Roger Rosenblatt's 'Kayak Morning'
Jeffrey Brown talks to Roger Rosenblatt about his new book, "Kayak Morning: Reflections on Love, Grief, and Small Boats."morning reflections on love and grief and small boats. Its author is Roger Rosenblatt long known of course to Newshour viewers for his essays over many years on the program. And among other books forthe book is kayak morning reflections on love grief and small boats. Roger Rosenblatt thanks so -- expected.
The Doubleheader: Debt Ceiling Drama and the Roger ...
Syndicated columnist Mark Shields and New York Times columnist David Brooks join Hari Sreenivasan to discuss the causes of the debt limit debate and the nation's fiscal problems, as well as the stain of steroids on Major League Baseball in light of the Roger Clemens mistrial.Gaza without it I say this. Yes that's that thing. Where get Roger -- You know I'm Roger Clemens didn't know if that provides anything pharmacological and ecologically all right that's it for this edition of the double. -- --
Roger Rosenblatt Reads From His Book, 'Kayak Morning'
Roger Rosenblatt reads from his book, "Kayak Morning: Reflections on Love, Grief, and Small Boats."
Film producer Roger Corman
The legendary Hollywood producer-director discusses the new documentary about his life, Corman's World: Exploits of a Hollywood Rebel, and explains why he feels the state of independent filmmaking is "not good."Delighted to welcome Roger Korman to this program those legendary Hollywood producer and director is responsible for more than 500. Films. That's 500. During his longis actually very -- director clearly lay unconscious mind so -- inferred. Roger said you can. Fashion and a car crash comment but I can make that picture it was the fastest Green light I forgot. Think I can do and then nice to visit taste was out of the question there's no need to taste. The business was on the fast Hollywood suggests. Had never lost money on film Roger Federer and their daughter just told CBS edit your seven point 5% look awfully good. Flight 93 and a half percent ofobviously filmmaking is as subjective as any art form. But I suspect Roger Korman season feel he can look at it and say a lot of money was wasted on that field so. When you
Roger Cohen: Wednesday, 7/1
New York Times columnist Roger Cohen shares his experiences in Iran and weighs in the country's recent election.Roger -- as a columnist for the New York Times -- recent pieces. On the unfolding drama in Toronto based on the most widely read dispatches from Tehran. Recently he was forced to leave the country and returned to the US. After the erotic government revoked his -- is press pass that he is and the expiration of -- working visa. He joins us tonight from New York Roger not to add on programs are. Pleasure Tavis we don't know that you got kicked out recently will come back to thatelection which -- though was a critical event. To use your word Roger obsessed what is it about Iran. That that upsets as one. Well it's. It defies stereotypes. It's as you know Tavis it's.answer you set obsessed that got my attention what also the right Roger got my attention was your statement your your your your -- Arm that you -- -- -- that 65%. Of Iran. Our
Roger Rosenblatt Returns for Continuing Conversation on...
Longtime NewsHour contributor Roger Rosenblatt talks to Jeffrey Brown in our newsroom in a follow-up conversation about the craft of writing and his book 'Unless it Moves the Human Heart,' released earlier this year.the news hour I talked with fellow sitting next to me here Roger Rosenblatt. But his latest book and less it lose the human heart and craft and art of writing. And it did generate
Interview with Roger Weisberg (2006)
Filmmaker Roger Weisberg talks about making WAGING A LIVING (POV 2006), a documentary about America's working poor. Weisberg talks about how he has found the unique characters he champions in his work. (This is a rough cut from the POV archives.)