Interview - Famous Interviews

Famous Interviews

  • 1957-1960: The Mike Wallace Interview - 30-minute television program interviews conducted by Mike Wallace
  • 1968: Interviews with Phil Ochs - an interview of folk singer Phil Ochs conducted by Broadside Magazine
  • 1974: Michael Parkinson/Muhammad Ali - television interview of Ali in his prime
  • 1977: Frost/Nixon interviews - 1977 television interviews by British journalist David Frost of former United States President Richard Nixon
  • early 1980s: Soviet Interview Project - conducted with Soviet emigrants to the United States
  • 1992: Fellini: I'm a Born Liar - Federico Fellini's last filmed interviews conducted in 1992 for a 2002 feature documentary
  • 1992: Nevermind It's an Interview - interviews with the band Nirvana recorded in 1992 on the night they appeared on Saturday Night Live
  • 1993: Michael Jackson talks to Oprah Winfrey. This became the fourth most watched event in American television history as well as the most watched interview ever, with an audience of one hundred million.
  • 1993: Birthday Cake Interview - an interview of Dr. John Hewson that contributed to the defeat of his party in the 1993 Australian federal election
  • 2002-3: Living with Michael Jackson - a 2002-3 interview with Michael Jackson, later turned into a documentary
  • 2003: February 2003 Saddam Hussein interview - Dan Rather interviewing Saddam Hussein days before the 2003 invasion of Iraq
  • 2008: Sarah Palin interviews with Katie Couric - Katie Couric interviewing Sarah Palin

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Famous quotes containing the words interviews and/or famous:

    If the justices would only retire when they have become burdens to the court itself, or when they recognize themselves that their faculties have become impaired, I would grieve sincerely when they passed away, and you would not feel like such a hypocrite as you do when you are going through the formality of sending telegrams of condolence and giving out interviews for propriety’s sake.
    William Howard Taft (1857–1930)

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    Thou onetime Prince of Conversationists?
    Robert Frost (1874–1963)