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Day at Night: An interview with Ray Bradbury

Do what you love; love what you do. Not just the activity itself, but the results of it.

“I don’t think life is worth living unless you’re doing something you love completely, so that you’re waking up in the morning and wanting to rush to do it. If you’re doing something mediocre, if you’re doing something to fill time, then I recommend suicide.”
— Ray Bradbury, mid-1970s

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CUNY TV is proud to re-broadcast newly digitized episodes of DAY AT NIGHT, the popular public television series hosted by the late James Day. Day was a true pioneer of public television: co-founder of KQED in San Francisco, president of WNET upon the merger of National Educational Television (NET) and television station WNDT/Channel 13, and most recently, Chairman of the CUNY TV Advisory Board. The series features fascinating interviews with notable cultural and political figures conducted in the mid 1970s.

(via CUNY TV)

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