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October 06, 2017 at 7:15 pm

On October 5, 1969, a group of actors dubbed themselves Monty Python’s Flying Circus and brought sketch comedy to British television and endless laughter to living rooms around the world. The show, later shortened to Monty Python, wasn’t originally meant to make the crossover to America, but the contagiously hilarious antics of the troupe eventually found a home on PBS. Tonight, we sit down with Monty Pythoner John Cleese to discuss the show’s monumental run from it’s humble beginnings to its international success.

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October 06, 2017 at 7:00 pm

Previously aired on May 18, 2017.  A legend comes home.  Tony Bennett is back in the Big Apple to take Radio City by storm.  Ahead of the show, the music icon joins us for a conversation you don’t want to miss.   TO LEARN MORE ABOUT EXPLORING THE ARTS GO TO: https://www.exploringthearts.org/ FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT TONY BENNETT https://tonybennett.com/ TO […]

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October 06, 2017 at 5:30 am

MetroFocus Special:  Beyond Hamilton See how students are getting more than a history lesson from this  Broadway spectacular.  We’ll hear from James Basker, President of the Gilder Lehman Institute and Dr. Barbara McKeon, the Head of School at the Broome Street Academy. We explore the legacy Hamilton’s wife, Eliza, left behind for children in need that continues to this very […]

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October 03, 2017 at 7:15 pm

It’s journalism wrapped in a game.  “Freakonomics” host Stephen Dubner is back with a preview of his new, New York show called “Tell Me Something I Don’t Know.” Stephen Dubner’s “Tell Me Something I Don’t Know” Show Dates at Joe’s Pub in New York City Tickets available here. October 5/6:30 — Alex Wagner, CBS News correspondent and contributing editor at The Atlantic October 5/9:30 — Sas […]

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