Sen. Bradley; Whittle; Jarmusch; Akalaitis

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Thursday 04/23/1992

Senator Bill Bradley, a Democrat from New Jersey, focuses on his decision not to run for president and the importance of discussing race issues in America's inner cities. Chris Whittle, chairman of Whittle Communications, explains his company's controversial creation of teen-oriented news programming that includes advertising spots. Filmmaker Jim Jarmusch reflects upon his influences and shares his experiences writing and directing, "Night on Earth." The artistic director of the New York Shakespeare Festival, JoAnne Akalaitis, remembers producer and director Joseph Papp and reflects upon the state of art and theater in the U.S. today.