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TV Producer Gregory Hoblit on Roe Vs. Wade

Hoblit's new made-for-TV movie dramatizes the groundbreaking Supreme Court case. The film has faced criticism from anti-abortion activists -- even though several have admitted to never having seen it. Hoblit is best known for producing television programs like Hill Street Blues, which broke conventions by relying heavily on hand-held cameras and degraded film, and pushing the boundaries of what kind of material was appropriate for broadcast.


Other segments from the episode on May 11, 1989

Fresh Air with Terry Gross, May 11, 1989: Interview with Gregory Hoblit; Review of albums by Phoebe Snow, Dion, and Donny Osmond; Interview with Kurt Hoffman; Review of the film "How to Get Ahead in…


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