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Fresh Air's summer music interviews: Isaac Hayes

Hayes helped shape the sound of Memphis soul in the 1960s, and later co-wrote hits for Sam & Dave and Carla Thomas before making albums of his own. Originally broadcast in 1994.

Interview
37:05

Soderbergh's 'Bubble' Changes the Rules

The new low-budget film from director Steven Soderbergh promises to shake things up in the movie industry. Bubble opens in theaters on Friday, Jan. 27, the same day it is broadcast in HDTV. Four days later, it comes out on DVD.

Interview
18:27

Actor Bob Balaban

Actor and producer Bob Balaban has appeared in over 50 movie and television spots, directed for television and produced three full legnth films. His latest project is Gosford Park, a Robert Altman whodunnit set in an English manor. The film is up for several Golden Globe awards. Balaban produced and appears in it.

Interview
12:39

Kenneth Branagh on "Dead Again"

Actor and director Kenneth Branagh . Branagh and his wife, Emma Thompson are currently starring in the film adaptation of Shakespeare's "Much Ado About Nothing." This interview was recorded and originally broadcast in 1991 at the time of the release of their movie, "Dead Again," a psychological thriller. In 1989, Branagh made a film adaptation of Shakespeare's "Henry the Fifth;" he played the title role. That movie was nominated for an Oscar as best film.

Interview
22:11

Kenneth Branagh Discusses "Dead Again."

Actor and director Kenneth Branagh (rhymes with "Savannah"). His new movie, "Dead Again," is a psychological thriller starring Branagh and his real-life wife, Emma Thompson. In 1989, Branagh made a film adaptation of Shakespeare's "Henry the Fifth," with himself in the title role. That movie was nominated for an Oscar as best film. Branagh studied at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, spent two years with the Royal Shakespeare Company, as well as acting, managing, and directing other groups and working on several BBC productions.

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