On the August 23rd edition of "The New York Times Close Up," Sam Roberts speaks with George Kelling, one of the architects of the "broken windows" approach to policing, about how and why it's evolved.
Science writer Benedict Carey talks about his book, "How We Learn," reviewed this week in the Times Book Review.
Metro reporter Liz Robbins looks at Mayor de Blasio's new neighborhood, the Upper East Side, which seems to be just as neighborly as Park Slope.
NYTimes.com looks at the Flatiron Building from the different views of identical twins.
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.