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Fresh Air: Just For Laughs
by Terry Gross
Terry Gross brings out the best in the greatest minds on the planet—including the funny ones. Drawn from her long-running, award-winning public radio show, this new collection features in-depth interviews with the bright, shining wits of our time. One of the nation’s leading interviewers, Gross is incisive, respectful, and always well-informed. She puts her guests at ease, ...more
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Published September 1st 2010 by HighBridge Company
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started listening to this and am loving it. Terry Gross is one of my favorite interviewers and to hear her interviewing Mike Judge, the South Park guys and even people I'm not normally fans of like Sarah Silverman and Will Farrell - my mood improved just hearing it and I had several needed laugh out loud moments.
An entertaining and informative collection of interviews of primarily comedians by the NPR show Fresh Air, helmed most by Terry Gross, that fans of comedy will much enjoy. The only downside is that each clip should have been at least an hour long. Some great anecdotes and insights.
Sep 11, 2011 Bayneeta rated it liked it · review of another edition
Good, but mostly I felt the snippets were interesting but just too short. In many cases I'd like to hear the full interview. Interviewees range from Tracy Morgan and Sarah Silverman to Mort Sahl and Woody Allen.
Jan 25, 2015 pati rated it really liked it · review of another edition
interestingly enough, this book is just the interviews of various comedians as they where were recorded on NPR. No set up or finale, good listening in the end
Born and raised in Brooklyn, N.Y., Gross received a bachelor's degree in English and M.Ed. in communications from the State University of New York at Buffalo. Gross was recognized with the Columbia Journalism Award from Columbia University's Graduate School of Journalism in 2008 and an Honorary Doctor of Humanities degree from Princeton University in 2002. She received a Distinguished Alumni Award ...moreMore about Terry Gross...