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Day at Night was a public television interview program airing from 1973-1974, hosted by James Day, former president of both KQED and WNET. They are now available online via CUNY TV.

Interviewees include

  • Alwyn Nikolais, choreographer - November 29, 1974
  • Colleen Dewhurst, actress - June 6, 1974
  • George Rose, actor - June 3, 1974
  • William Schuman, composer - May 25, 1974
  • Anne Baxter, actress - May 17, 1974
  • Richard Rodgers, composer - May 13, 1974
  • Edward Teller, nuclear physicist - May 8, 1974
  • Marty Links, cartoonist ("EmmyLou") - May 8, 1974
  • Archie Moore, boxer - May 6, 1974
  • Tennessee Ernie Ford, singer - May 6, 1974
  • Herbert Gold, novelist from the Beat Generation - May 3, 1974
  • Jonas Salk, developer of the polio vaccine - April 28, 1974
  • Christopher Isherwood, playwright - April 25, 1974
  • Hugh Hefner, founder and publisher of Playboy - April 25, 1974
  • Vincent Price, actor and horror star - April 25, 1974
  • Joan Baez, singer-songwriter - April 20, 1974
  • Wallace Stegner, author, historian, and environmentalist - April 18, 1974
  • Jacob Bronowski, historian of science - April 9, 1974
  • Noam Chomsky, author, lecturer, philosopher, and linguist - April 9, 1974
  • Howard K. Smith, TV newscaster - April 5, 1974
  • Sam Levenson, humorist and author - April 3, 1974
  • Cab Calloway, singer and bandleader. - April 2, 1974
  • S. J. Perelman, humorist and playwright - April 2, 1974
  • Hermione Gingold, actress - March 29, 1974
  • Alfred A. Knopf, publisher - March 28, 1974
  • Irving Howe, author - March 28, 1974
  • Kurt Waldheim, UN Secretary-General - March 22, 1974
  • Virgil Thomson, composer - March 18, 1974
  • Jan Peerce, opera singer. - March 15, 1974
  • Marya Mannes, author ("They") - March 15, 1974
  • Norman Cousins, author, journalist, peace advocate - March 12, 1974
  • Art Buchwald, newspaper columnist - March 7, 1974
  • Herbert Block, aka Herblock, political cartoonist. - February 28, 1974
  • Muhammad Ali, legendary boxing champion - February 19, 1974
  • Newton Minow, former chairman of the FCC - February 12, 1974
  • Norman Lear, renowned TV producer ("All in the Family") - January 23, 1974
  • Ray Bradbury, novelist and short story writer - January 21, 1974
  • Stewart Alsop, newspaper columnist - January 1, 1974
  • Aaron Copland, composer - December 20, 1973
  • Theodore Bikel, actor - December 16, 1973
  • Victor Borge, Danish comedian, conductor and pianist - December 5, 1973
  • John Houseman, film and theatre producer, Part 1. - December 3, 1973
  • Joseph Papp, theatrical producer and founder of the Public Theater. - November 29, 1973
  • Jonathan Winters, actor/comedian - November 27, 1973
  • Eli Wallach, actor/star of stage, screen and TV - November 20, 1973
  • Abe Burrows, playwright and screenwriter. - November 13, 1973
  • Billie Jean King, tennis champion - November 13, 1973
  • Isaac Stern, classical violinist. - November 13, 1973
  • Agnes De Mille, choreographer - June 25, 1973
  • Katherine Anne Porter, novelist and short story writer - June 25, 1973
  • Myrna Loy, actress - May 25, 1973
  • Ayn Rand, writer
  • References

    Day at Night Wikipedia