Leonard Lopate: Former Yiddish Choir Boy

For 25 years Leonard Lopate has been interviewing and conversing with the world’s leading artists, novelists, chefs, scientists and politicians on WNYC, New York’s leading NPR station. After 20 years he was interviewed by Tom Brokaw and now, for his Silver Jubilee, here he is with the Arts & Culture editor of the Forward, Dan Friedman.

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Dan Friedman

Dan Friedman is the executive editor and whisky correspondent of the Forward. But when he’s not doing that, he’s writing a book about the rock band Tears for Fears.

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