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TimesTalks is the series of conversational meetings produced by New York Times. Journalists and editors of NYT like David Carr, Charles McGrath, Megan Liberman, David Leonhardt and many others host discussions at The Times Center, in front of live public. TimesTalks past shows include conversational meetings with celebrities from cinema, as the famous actor Samuel L. Jackson, the former-actor and now director Clint Eastwood, including a rendezvous with the South African actress Charlize Theron, who has been interviewed right after she took part in "Young Adults". TimesTalks is not all about cinema though, many other personalities have already taken part into the show: it's the case of the acclaimed author of cookbooks and restaurateur Guy Fieri, or Pulitzer Prize-winning film critic speak Roger Ebert. TimesTalks is a show unique in its genre, both for the chance for the public to take part in the conversation and the caliber of celebrities taking part in the conversation.

Previously Aired Episode

AIRED ON 7/30/2009

Season 1 : Episode 07.30.09

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Politics, Literature & Writing