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Skip the Sitcom, but Tape "Trials of Life"

Television David Bianculli reviews two new television shows -- Norman Lear's sitcom "Sunday Dinner," and David Attenborough's nature documentary series "Trials of Life."

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Other segments from the episode on May 31, 1991

Fresh Air with Terry Gross, May 31, 1991: Interview with Irving Rust; Review of the television shows "Sunday Dinner" and "Trials of Life"; Interview with Kevin Spacey; Review of the film "Soap Dish."

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