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Epilogues of 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.

Language:

English


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Maya Angelou

12/5/2014
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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

12/5/2014
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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

12/5/2014
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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


Oscar De La Renta

12/4/2014
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From the red carpet to the White House, Oscar de la Renta designed timeless elegance Paralyzed Woman Powers Robotic Arm With Her Mind Paralyzed Mice Able to Regain Movement, Study Reveals JUDY WOODRUFF: Now to the legacy of a fashion icon, remembering Oscar de la Renta and his giant impact. From the runway to the red carpet to the White House, for more than four decades, Oscar de la Renta dressed America’s best-known and most powerful women.... (Newshour, PBS, 10/22/2014)

Duration: 00:05:00


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

12/4/2014
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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