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Beloved comedian Robin Williams, poet and activist Maya Angelou, actor Philip Seymour Hoffman - the lives we remembered in 2014.

Beloved comedian Robin Williams, poet and activist Maya Angelou, actor Philip Seymour Hoffman - the lives we remembered in 2014.
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Palo Alto, United States

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Beloved comedian Robin Williams, poet and activist Maya Angelou, actor Philip Seymour Hoffman - the lives we remembered in 2014.

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Maya Angelou

12/4/2014
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Nikki Giovanni, a poet and personal friend of Dr. Angelou, and Kwame Dawes, a professor of English, come together to weigh in on Maya Angelou's legacy. (The Takeaway, WNYC, 5/28/2014)

Duration:00:07:00

Joan Rivers

12/4/2014
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Joan Rivers' attitude about show business was summed up in an appearance on comic Louis C.K.'s FX show, Louie, where she gave him a pep talk after a tough show. "Think it's been easy?" she said. "I have gone up, I've gone down; I've been bankrupt, I've been broke. But you do it. And you do it because ... because we love it more than anything else." (All Things Considered, NPR, 9/4/2014)

Duration:00:05:00

Philip Seymour Hoffman

12/4/2014
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Chris Hewitt, news editor of the film magazine Empire, speaks about Hoffman's legacy. (Nine to Noon, RNZ, 2/3/2014)

Duration:00:08:00

Ben Bradlee

12/4/2014
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Ben Bradlee, the former editor of the Washington Post died yesterday at the age of 93. (Morning Report, 10/22/2014)

Duration:00:07:00

Tommy Ramone

12/4/2014
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Tommy Ramone, Co-Founder Of The Ramones, Dies At 65 (All Things Considered, NPR, 7/12/2014)

Duration:00:04:00

Mike Nichols

12/3/2014
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Nichols, perhaps best known for his 1967 classic film, The Graduate, won Emmy, Oscar, Tony and Grammy awards. He died Wednesday at age 83. (Morning Edition, NPR, 11/20/2014)

Duration:00:04:00