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Norman Lear on KCRW

The 95-year-old television icon talks about politics and mortality.  [Contains mature language.]

Norman Lear: A 'bleeding heart conservative,' (part 2)

The 95-year-old television icon talks about politics and mortality. [Contains mature language.]

from Scheer Intelligence

The 95-year-old television icon talks about his time in the military and his shows' biggest controversies.  [Contains mature language]

Norman Lear: A lifetime of changing TV and its audience (part 1)

The 95-year-old television icon talks about his time in the military and his shows' biggest controversies. [Contains mature language]

from Scheer Intelligence

When Carroll O’Connor and Jean Stapleton invaded America’s living rooms as the bigoted Archie Bunker and his sainted wife Edith, television was changed forever.

Norman Lear, 'Even This I Get to Experience'

When Carroll O’Connor and Jean Stapleton invaded America’s living rooms as the bigoted Archie Bunker and his sainted wife Edith, television was changed forever.

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