Eleanor Alter; George Wolfe; Clive James

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Monday 06/07/1993

Eleanor Alter, attorney for Mia Farrow, comments on the court's decision in favor of Ms. Farrow, giving her sole custody of her three children and limited visitation to Woody Allen. Director George C. Wolfe, who just won a Tony for "Angels in America," reflects on being the first person of color to direct a play by a white playwright. Clive James presents "Fame in the 20th Century," which looks at the impact of mass media on fame.