At the time of his death last week, Roger Ebert had become an American institution. In this remarkable 2005 interview with host Richard Wolinsky, he talks about his book, “Great Movies II” as well as his views on political discourse in America.

ON Bookwaves | April 24, 2013 | 12:00 pm

Roger Ebert and Great Movies

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At the time of his death last week, Roger Ebert had become an American institution. In this remarkable 2005 interview with host Richard Wolinsky, he talks about his book, “Great Movies II” as well as his views on political discourse in America.

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