‘Fresh Air,’ fresh forever: 30 years as national show, new digital archive
It’s a year of milestones for Fresh Air, the longtime WHYY talk show with Terry Gross. She first took the interviewer’s chair in September 1975, when it was all local. It went weekly national in 1985. And 30 years ago, on May 11, 1987, the show became a one-hour national daily program on NPR.
Party! On Friday evening, June 9, Gross interviews Seth Meyers of Saturday Night Live and Late Night with Seth Meyers fame at the Kimmel Center. It will be a time for saying, “Gee, look at what we’ve done.”
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