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by Eric Kandel
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In this third episode of the Charlie Rose Brain Series, the group looks at the motor system which connects to the brain to produce the action of coordinate movement in the physical world.

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by Ben Stiller
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Actor Ben Stiller and Director Noah Baumbach for 'Greenberg'.

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by Walter Liedtke
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A discussion about The Age of Rembrandt: Dutch Paintings in the Metropolitan Museum of Art with curator Walter Liedtke.

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by Eric Kandel
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In the sixth episode of the Charlie Rose Brain Series the panel discusses memory and Alzheimer's disease.

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by Eric Kandel
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In the eighth episode of the Charlie Rose Brain Series, the roundtable discusses fear, anxiety, and aggression and the brain mechanisms behind these phenomena.

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by Adam Gopnik
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A look at the life and person of J.D Salinger with Adam Gopnik of "The New Yorker".

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by Michael Crichton
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An Appreciation of Michael Crichton who died on November 4, 2008 in Los Angeles at age 66 from cancer.

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by Norman Mailer
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An appreciation of Norman Mailer. Mailer died of acute renal failure on the morning of November 10, 2007, a month after undergoing lung surgery at Mount Sinai Hospital in Manhattan, New York. He was 84 years old.

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by Wendy Wasserstein
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An hour remembrance of playwright Wendy Wasserstein. The show features past segments with Wasserstein herself that include reflections on her life and work. Also, she's remembered by her friends Andre Bishop, Jane Rosenthal, Frank Rich, and Christopher Durang.

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by Sydney Pollack
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An appreciation of Sydney Pollack. Pollack died of cancer on May 26, 2008 at the age of 73 at his home in Pacific Palisades, Los Angeles, California surrounded by family.

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