9 Sites to Find Interesting Interviews
by findingDulcinea Staff
We’ve uncovered a number of sites that host interviews and talks with notable people from many walks of life, including authors, politicians, actors and thinkers.
“The Mike Wallace Interview” was a nationally televised show hosted by Mike Wallace of “60 Minutes” fame between 1957 and 1960. The show’s archive at the University of Texas’ Harry Ransom Center includes interviews with pioneering people like Frank Lloyd Wright, Gloria Swanson, Eleanor Roosevelt and Aldous Huxley.
TED (Technology, Entertainment, Design) is probably the most well-known site for inspiring, amusing and cool talks with innovative thinkers and leaders. Learn about emerging technologies, the fashion world, religion, medicine, and much more from the Web site of the TED Prize and annual TED Conference.
British broadcaster Michael Parkinson hosted the chat show “Parkinson” from 1971-82 and 1998-2007, interviewing many of the world’s most famous actors, musicians, athletes and other celebrities. His Web site currently features videos conducted during the end of his show’s run, though it promises to soon expand its archive.