Tucker Carlson: Unfiltered

Season 1 Episode 49

Living with HIV, Deep Throat and the Hollywood Left

Aired Friday 9:30 PM Jun 03, 2005 on PBS
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Living with HIV, Deep Throat and the Hollywood Left
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"First Up" Tucker speaks with Andrew Sullivan, acclaimed conservative writer of The New Republic and andrewsullivan.com. Sullivan was diagnosed with HIV more than a decade ago, and he talks to Tucker about living with the disease and looking towards the future. Joining Tucker on our "Plus 2" panel segment is Zanny Minton Beddoes of The Economist and Joel Achenbach of The Washington Post. The panel discusses the recent identification of Watergate source Deep Throat, the New York Times, Vanity Fair and the Washington Post. And on our "Back Page" Tucker talks to Ronald Radosh, co-author of Red Star Over Hollywood, which takes a look at the history of Communism and the Red Scare in Hollywood.moreless

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