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When English professor Don Noble was asked by the University of Alabama Center for Public Television & Radio in 1988 to host a series of interviews with writers, he agreed without hesitation. "One of my academic fields is contemporary literature, so I’m very interested in living writers. I thought the program would give me an opportunity to meet these people I’d been reading and studying." Since venturing into broadcasting Noble has hosted over 100 half-hour shows featuring interviews with writers including literary "stars" such as James Dickey, John Barth, Peter Taylor, Ray Bradbury, Shirley Ann Grau, and Anne Rivers Siddons. His latest series, Bookmark, airs at 11:00 a. m. each Sunday on Alabama Public Television. On Bookmark, Noble often spends a half-hour with a single writer, engaging them in a thoughtful and extended conversation.

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  • Language: English

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