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14:01

T.V. Week: Civil Rights Lawyer Sheila Kuehl.

We begin TV week with a show devoted to sitcoms. Many people will remember Sheila James Kuehl as Zelda Gilroy on the old T-V show "The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis." Her T-V career ended when rumors began to circulate that she was a lesbian -- and those rumors were true. She became a prominent lesbian activist and women's rights lawyer in Los Angeles. In November 1994, she became the first openly gay or lesbian person to be elected to the California State Assembly. (REBROADCAST FROM 3/26/92)

05:30

A Giddy Thriller.

Book critic Maureen Corrigan reviews "Rough Justice" (Harper Collins) by Lisa Scottoline.

04:45

Three Thrillers for the Holiday Weekend

Fresh Air book critic, Maureen Corrigan has more suggestions for summer reading: "A Little Yellow Dog" by Walter Mosely (W.W. Norton); "Cause of Death" by Patricia Cornwell (G.P. Putmans Sons); and "Lily White," by Susan Isaacs (HarperCollins).

23:17

Actor-Turned-Activist Sheila Kuehl

Most people will remember Kuehl as Zelda Gilroy on the old TV show "The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis." Her acting career ended when rumors began to circulate that she was a lesbian -- and those rumors were true. Kuehl is now a women's rights lawyer and one of the most vocal lesbian activists in Los Angeles

23:10

Civil Rights Lawyer Sheila Kuehl.

Sheila Kuehl is now a women's rights lawyer. But most people will remember her as Zelda Gilroy on the old TV show "The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis." Her TV career ended when rumors began to circulate that she was a lesbian -- and those rumors were true. Now Kuehl is one of the most vocal lesbian activists in Los Angeles

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