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Video thumbnail: From the WTTW Archive From the Archive: Opera Legend Leontyne Price

From the WTTW Archive

From the Archive: Opera Legend Leontyne Price

Leontyne Price on being a pioneer and :the burden and the glory" of being an artist.

From the Archive: Opera Legend Leontyne Price

Video thumbnail: From the WTTW Archive A 2003 Interview with Caroll Spinney, Big Bird Performer

From the WTTW Archive

A 2003 Interview with Caroll Spinney, Big Bird Performer

Caroll Spinney, the performer of Big Bird and Oscar the Grouch, on Chicago Tonight in 2003

A 2003 Interview with Caroll Spinney, Big Bird Performer

Video thumbnail: From the WTTW Archive Architect Stanley Tigerman in 1979

From the WTTW Archive

Architect Stanley Tigerman in 1979

Architect Stanley Tigerman discusses his philosophy of architecture in 1971.

Architect Stanley Tigerman in 1979

Video thumbnail: From the WTTW Archive Sammy Davis, Jr. on 'Our People' in 1968

From the WTTW Archive

Sammy Davis, Jr. on 'Our People' in 1968

Sammy Davis, Jr. discusses the civil rights movement on WTTW's 'Our People' in 1968.

Sammy Davis, Jr. on 'Our People' in 1968

Video thumbnail: From the WTTW Archive Inside the Ferrara Pan Candy Factory

From the WTTW Archive

Inside the Ferrara Pan Candy Factory

Tour the Chicago-based Ferrara Pan company's candy factory in a 2004 clip.

Inside the Ferrara Pan Candy Factory

Video thumbnail: From the WTTW Archive Wonderland Express with Geoffrey Baer

From the WTTW Archive

Wonderland Express with Geoffrey Baer

Geoffrey Baer visits the Chicago Botanic Garden's Wonderland Express in 2006.

Wonderland Express with Geoffrey Baer

Video thumbnail: From the WTTW Archive A Survivor Recalls the Our Lady of Angels Fire

From the WTTW Archive

A Survivor Recalls the Our Lady of Angels Fire

A survivor of the tragic Our Lady of the Angels school fire in Chicago recalls it.

A Survivor Recalls the Our Lady of Angels Fire

Video thumbnail: From the WTTW Archive Composer Aaron Copland in Conversation Part 2

From the WTTW Archive

Composer Aaron Copland in Conversation Part 2

Renowned American composer Aaron Copland speaks with WTTW's John Callaway in 1981.

Composer Aaron Copland in Conversation Part 2

Video thumbnail: From the WTTW Archive Author Alex Haley on the Origins of 'Roots'

From the WTTW Archive

Author Alex Haley on the Origins of 'Roots'

Alex Haley describes the origins of his book 'Roots' in an archival interview from 1976.

Author Alex Haley on the Origins of 'Roots'

Video thumbnail: From the WTTW Archive Alex Haley on the Difficult Writing of 'Roots'

From the WTTW Archive

Alex Haley on the Difficult Writing of 'Roots'

Alex Haley explains his struggle to write a slave-ship passage in his book 'Roots.'

Alex Haley on the Difficult Writing of 'Roots'

Video thumbnail: From the WTTW Archive From the Archive: Author John Updike

From the WTTW Archive

From the Archive: Author John Updike

John Updike discusses the purpose of writing, faith, and more in a 1981 interview.

From the Archive: Author John Updike

Video thumbnail: From the WTTW Archive Tom Burrell on Revolutionizing Advertising

From the WTTW Archive

Tom Burrell on Revolutionizing Advertising

Tom Burrell discusses pioneering targeted advertising, focusing on black audiences.

Tom Burrell on Revolutionizing Advertising

Video thumbnail: From the WTTW Archive The Writer of 'Grease' on its Adaptation into a Film

From the WTTW Archive

The Writer of 'Grease' on its Adaptation into a Film

Jim Jacobs, who co-wrote 'Grease,' discusses its various transformations and popularity.

The Writer of 'Grease' on its Adaptation into a Film

Video thumbnail: From the WTTW Archive Bob Dylan and others on The Staple Singers

From the WTTW Archive

Bob Dylan and others on The Staple Singers

Bob Dylan, Rev. Jesse Jackson, and Harry Belafonte talk about The Staple Singers.

Bob Dylan and others on The Staple Singers

Video thumbnail: From the WTTW Archive From the Archive: 'Dune' Author Frank Herbert

From the WTTW Archive

From the Archive: 'Dune' Author Frank Herbert

Science fiction writer Frank Herbert, author of 'Dune,' discusses environmentalism.

From the Archive: 'Dune' Author Frank Herbert

Video thumbnail: From the WTTW Archive From the Archive: Tom Wolfe

From the WTTW Archive

From the Archive: Tom Wolfe

Journalist and novelist Tom Wolfe talks to WTTW's John Callaway in 1976.

From the Archive: Tom Wolfe

Video thumbnail: From the WTTW Archive From the Archive: Cesar Chavez

From the WTTW Archive

From the Archive: Cesar Chavez

Labor organizer Cesar Chavez discusses his activism in a 1985 interview on WTTW.

From the Archive: Cesar Chavez

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