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05:26

A Brave New (Non-Private) World

Critic-at-large John Powers discusses two new works — one a documentary, another a novel, that blur the lines between public and private lives.

04:28

The "Clash" Between Books and Electronic Media.

Book Critic Maureen Corrigan reviews Bonfire of the Humanities: Television, Subliteracy, and Long-Term Memory Loss, by television critic David Marc. Marc's latest book looks at the diminishing role books are playing in our lives in the new electronic information age. Bonfire of the Humanities is published by Syracuse University Press July 1995.

07:56

Mixed Feelings about "New Music America," 1989.

Jazz critic Kevin Whitehead reviews the annual New Music America festival just completed in New York and sponsored by the Brooklyn Academy of Music and corporate donations. Whitehead questions the value of the 10 year-old festival.

06:56

Laurie Anderson and Janet Jackson.

Rock critic Ken Tucker review the new albums from Janet Jackson and Laurie Anderson. Ken says the two performers are seemingly miles apart...Jackson's the sister of Michael Jackson and her albums are huge urban contemporary hits, and Anderson's a product of the New York performance scene...but there is common ground. Both albums (Jackson's is called "Rhythm Nation 1814" and Anderson's is titled "Strange Angels") have unifying themes and draw heavily on the latest technology.

03:52

Digital Effects Make the New ESPN Show Possible.

Television Critic David Bianculli previews "Dream Season," a production of NFL Films that creates dream teams that compete in dream Super Bowls. Through computer generation and sophisticated editing, the producers take film from the last 20 years of televised football and extract key sequences featuring players from from top teams of their times and match them with other top opposing teams from different times. The effect is the video equivalent of the `what-if-the-'85-Raiders-played the-'87-Redskins' questions typical of radio call-in shows.

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