On the August 30th edition of "The New York Times Close Up," guest host Clyde Haberman speaks with David Firestone, the Times editorial board's projects editor, about why the paper declined to endorse Governor Andrew Cuomo in the upcoming Democratic primary.
The Pulitzer Prize winning writer and cartoonist Jules Feiffer discusses his first graphic novel at the age of 85, entitled "Kill My Mother."
Laura Collins Hughes profiles Yale undergraduate Ruby Rae Spiegel, whose first full length play begins performances next week at the Here Theatre in the Village.
NYTimes.com looks at the Hindu Temple Society of North America in Flushing.
And the New York Times reporters roundtable convenes.
Produced in association with The New York Times, The New York Times Close Up gives viewers an inside preview of the most compelling reports from Sunday's Times, with the correspondents who filed the stories.
The show is hosted by New York Times Urban Affairs Correspondent Sam Roberts, and features Times reporters, columnists and editors examining the week's top New York City stories.
The hour-long program airs each Saturday at 10 p.m. and repeats each Sunday at 10 a.m.