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Huffduffed (19)

  1. Jerry Seinfeld & Eddie Murphy at Paley Center

    Eddie Murphy joins Jerry Seinfeld for a special "Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee" to discuss the evolution of comedy from the past to the present. Who is going to be on the "Mount Rushmore" of comedy?

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  2. In The Studio: Huey Lewis and the News - “Sports” 35th Anniversary

    By the early Eighties, the music business had long established a formula where, by the third album, a recording artist was expected to go big or go home. With Sports, Huey Lewis and the News went big. Really, really big. #1 sales big, 71 weeks on the Billboard chart, four Top Ten hit singles big, including “Heart and Soul,” “If This is It,” ”The Heart of Rock ‘n’ Roll” and “I Want a New Drug.”

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  3. BBC Radio 4: “The Hitchhiker”

    In this newly commissioned story by Simon Van Booy, Ben is thumbing a lift to Scotland. A car stops, driven by Diane, tall in gym shorts and bare feet on the pedals. Where to?

    Reader: Carl Prekopp

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  4. WGBH: Clarinetist Jimmy Giuffre

    Giuffre describes his life in jazz, which began when he joined Woody Herman’s big band in the late 1940s, for which he wrote the acclaimed "Four Brothers" (1947). In the 1950s, Giuffre was at the epicenter of the West Coast jazz movement, leading Claude Debussy-inspired drummerless trios. In the early 1960s and ’70s, Giuffre experimented with improvisational jazz and began long tenures at the Lenox School of Jazz in western Massachusetts and the New England Conservatory of Music in Boston. Giuffre died on April 24, 2008, after suffering from pneumonia and complications from Parkinson’s Disease.

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