CNN's Christiane Amanpour talks about her most dangerous assignments in the Balkans, Middle East and Africa; how she shields her 7-year-old from worry, and what she does to preserve her sense of humanity. She appears at Heinz Hall, Nov. 28, 2007.
Pittsburgh Opera's "Opera Lady," Beth Parker, tells QED's Jim Cunningham about the company's production of Donizetti's "The Elixir of Love" at the Benedum Center through Sunday, Nov. 18th.
Half of the edgy, Australian 4-person circus troupe known as The Candy Butchers visits QED's Ted Sohier. The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust presents their local debut, Nov. 7th - 10th, 2007.
The Three Rivers Film Festival continues through Nov. 15th. Andrew Swenson, director of Pittsburgh Filmmakers, previews coming attractions and special guests with QED's Jim Cunningham.
Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist, author and political commentator George Will talks with Classical QED's Jim Cunningham about his Pittsburgh ties, writing, baseball -- and yes, politics. Mr. Will appears Nov. 14 at the Pittsburgh Speakers Series.
Actor Richard Thomas (John-Boy in TV's "The Waltons") talks about his role as Juror #8 in the courtroom drama "12 Angry Men," differences between the 1957 film and the touring play, and his lifelong involvement in New York theater.