Mark Burnett on the term "reality TV"01:58
Vanna White on her fashions on Wheel of Fortune02:41
Paris Barclay on directing a pivotal episode of ER03:56
Doris Roberts on her ability to mix the comedic and the dramatic on Everybody Loves Raymond00:54
Aaron Spelling on producing Melrose Place02:27
Walter Cronkite on how "intimate" television was in the early days of news broadcasting04:05
S. Epatha Merkerson on her favorite episodes of Law & Order01:48
Nina Tassler on hiring James Corden to host The Late Late Show02:10
Dick Enberg on what he is imparting to the listener when announcing play-by-play for baseball03:37
Phylicia Rashad on the television movie A Raisin in the Sun and winning the Tony Award for the stage revival
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One of the things that I really appreciate and love about television is that it entertains but it has a major capacity to teach.