New TV program features interviews with Chernow, Goodwin


NEW YORK (AP) — Ron Chernow, Doris Kearns Goodwin and Walter Isaacson will be among the guests on a new television interview program, presented by the New-York Historical Society.

The society announced Thursday that “New-York Historical Society Presents” premieres Sunday on WNET, a public television station in the New York area. Hosts include philanthropist David M. Rubenstein and presidential historian Douglas Brinkley.

The society’s president and CEO, Louise Mirrer, said in a statement that the show would provide “timely, thought-provoking, and historically-based debate and discussion.”

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