Wednesday, September 03, 2014
Budd Mishkin hosts a 1/2-hour special looking back at 10 years of NY1's weekly profile series, "One on 1," featuring highlights from profiles on influential New Yorkers who have significant personal and professional ties to the city.
Updated 10/12/2013 07:00 PM
The First Amendment continues to elicit heated public debates across the country, and an attorney often found in the middle of those debates is a native New Yorker, Floyd Abrams.
07/08/2013 08:30 PM
Next month, Cindy Adams will be inducted into the Deadline Club's Hall of Fame, securing her place in the local chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists. She has quite a story, and she has many stories to tell.
10/07/2013 09:00 PM
NY1's Budd Mishkin continues his series, "One On 1," with a profile of one of the nation's most respected actors, a New Yorker born and bred - Alan Alda.
01/09/2006 05:51 PM
Not every influential New Yorker can be found on the front page of the paper or as the subject of radio or television news stories. And yet, behind the scenes, they influence the lives of many of their fellow New Yorkers. Such is the case with Imam Shamsi Ali.
10/11/2010 08:30 PM
'Noah,' the upcoming film featuring a star studded cast led by Russell Crowe, re-tells an ancient story of biblical proportions, and the film's director, Darren Aronofsky, has a personal story - a New York story - worth telling all on its own.
03/10/2014 09:00 PM
Over the past decade, Donatella Arpaia has made a habit of defying expectations by succeeding in one of New York's toughest businesses.
03/09/2009 08:17 PM
NY1's Budd Mishkin continues his "One On 1" series with a profile of a man who has an extraordinary story, even by New York standards - Teddy Atlas.
06/12/2006 06:54 PM
Author Paul Auster, who recently released a new memoir called "Report from the Interior," a companion to his 2012 memoir "Winter Journal," would likely have enjoyed success as a writer no matter where he lived, but New York has been his home since the mid-1960s and has played a critical role in his writing, from his initial success to today.
Updated 01/06/2014 09:58 PM
Since Hurricane Sandy hit, "One On 1" has focused on prominent New Yorkers involved in recovery efforts. This week's segment profiles the man in charge of the city's vast municipal health care system, Health and Hospitals President and CEO Alan Aviles.
01/14/2013 08:00 PM
NY1's Budd Mishkin continues his "One On 1" series with a profile of a film star, a director of the new movie "Loverboy," the subject of a game that's now part of pop culture, and a New Yorker - actor Kevin Bacon.
06/06/2006 05:02 PM
Herman Badillo's political career is known for its series of firsts and fruitless campaigns for mayor, but also for some controversial views, especially on education.
11/03/2008 04:13 PM
NY1's Budd Mishkin continues his series, "One On 1," with a profile of a man who sees New York from his perch just off Broadway; restaurant owner Jean-Claude Baker.
09/13/2004 07:38 PM
Already a household name in New York thanks to his work at the Village Voice, journalist Wayne Barrett's continuing his journey at Newsweek
Updated 08/01/2011 08:30 PM
As Citi Field hosts the All-Star Home Run Derby on Monday and the All-Star Game on Tuesday, NY1's Budd Mishkin presents a different kind of "One On 1" piece. He is not profiling an influential New Yorker, but heads out to the ballpark to check on preparations and to take a look back at the Mets' last time hosting the All-Star Game, in 1964.
07/15/2013 08:30 PM
Performer and activist Harry Belafonte has used his instantly recognizable voice to entertain, enlighten and advocate through a career that has spanned seven decades.
07/16/2012 08:06 PM
When violinist Joshua Bell plays Carnegie Hall next Sunday, it will mark the latest chapter in a career that's now spanned two decades, playing concerts all over the world.
10/22/2007 11:04 PM
Richard Belzer, best known for his portrayal of Detective John Munch, recently sat down with NY1's Budd Mishkin to discuss his career both on stage and on the small screen.
03/02/2009 07:12 PM
Harry Benson's photographs have been seen all over the world and his accent is still straight out of Glasgow, but for most of his adult life, New York has been his home.
Updated 04/16/2012 08:30 PM
His parishioners at the Christian cultural center number in the thousands, occasionally including celebrities like Denzel Washington and some of the city's most influential politicians, but when the Rev. A. R. Bernard was a younger pastor, he could meet everyone who attended his services personally.
07/21/2014 09:00 PM
Chef Daniel Boulud has been honored by the French government, he and his restaurants have received four James Beard Foundation awards, the Oscars of the food industry, and his culinary journey has taken him from France to New York and beyond.
Updated 07/14/2014 09:00 PM
He's a modern-day renaissance man: a U.S. Marine with a Master's in the Classics, who once dreamed of being a pro boxer and who now has one of the most coveted legal positions in Manhattan.
Updated 06/23/2010 02:35 PM
Justin Bond, who has been called a "downtown icon," is best known as a staple on the New York cabaret scene.
06/29/2009 10:09 PM
NY1's Budd Mishkin continues his "One On 1" series with a profile of a New Yorker who spends most of the year on the road, chef, writer and TV host Anthony Bourdain.
10/03/2006 03:02 PM
Attorney Ben Brafman's portfolio of prominent clients is extensive, including Sean Combs, Plaxico Burress, and Dominique Strauss Kahn. NY1's Budd Mishkin filed the following One on 1 profile.
Updated 03/05/2012 08:14 PM
Since 1994, but even more so after Hurricane Sandy, New York Landmarks Conservancy President Peg Breen has helped preserve and restore some of the city's most important architectural icons.
03/04/2013 08:30 PM
He's long been one of New York's most prominent columnists. It's hard to imagine a style and voice more iconic to the city than that of New York-born and bred Jimmy Breslin.
10/15/2007 10:14 PM
Philanthropist Edgar Bronfman once headed up his family's liquor company, at one time considered the largest distiller of alcoholic beverages in the world, but has now applied his passion to an entirely different arena.
Updated 05/06/2009 03:12 PM
Longtime radio newsman Stan Brooks, who started working at 1010 WINS in 1962 and continued working there up until last month, died Monday at the age of 86. NY1's Budd Mishkin filed the following One On 1 profile of Brooks in November of 2005.
Updated 12/23/2013 06:35 PM
British-born Tina Brown, an influential figure in the world of magazines and the internet, has spent almost half of her life as a New Yorker.
04/28/2009 05:51 PM
Ever since Hurricane Sandy, NY1's "One On 1" profiles deal with people involved in the relief effort. This week, NY1's Budd Mishkin profiled a New Yorker who has come back to help his hometown -- the man in charge of FEMA's response to Hurricane Sandy, Michael Byrne.
01/07/2013 08:30 PM
NY1's Budd Mishkin continues his "One On 1" series with a profile of a South Bronx native, who's education took him to Maine, Harvard, and back to New York's Central Harlem where he's helping kids much like he was all those years ago.
09/26/2006 05:55 PM
NY1's Budd Mishkin continues his new series entitled "One On 1" ¿ a weekly look at the New Yorkers who make the city great ¿ with a profile of renowned historical biographer Robert Caro.
10/07/2003 02:46 PM
Former Giants linebacker Harry Carson has happy Super Bowl memories from the game in 1987, but he's just as proud of what he's accomplished off the field.
02/03/2014 09:00 PM
NY1's Budd Mishkin continues his "One On 1" series with a profile of a woman who has proven that you can go home again, and have quite an effect on your neighborhood - Majora Carter.
08/07/2006 07:29 PM
On December 17, the Musical America Awards ceremony at Lincoln Center will honor Pablo Heras-Casado as conductor of the year. Heras-Casado has been a force on the world stage for quite some time, and now, he's making a home for himself in New York
12/02/2013 09:00 PM
Rosanne Cash arrived in New York City with a well known family name and history which has played a complicated yet pivotal role in her music.
Updated 12/24/2009 09:08 AM
Pete Cashmore runs from New York City the news website Mashable.com, which covers social media and new technology, but he first developed his interest in the expanding Internet as an isolated teenager in rural Scotland.
Updated 10/17/2011 07:30 PM
Budd Mishkin Former talk show host Dick Cavett spent a lifetime on television, interviewing many of the leading cultural figures of the 20th century – but also more recently opened up about his struggle with depression.
06/01/2009 08:16 PM
When it comes to New York restaurateur David Chang and his carefully crafted eateries, there's the food, and then there is the name.
03/15/2010 10:28 PM
As a young lawyer, Anna Maria Chavez worked in both state and federal government, but she's returned to a journey she started long ago to head up an organization with more than 3 million members, employees and volunteers, a journey with the Girl Scouts.
03/31/2014 09:00 PM
The man in charge of Chinatown's future development is applying his own personal history to the task at hand.
05/11/2009 04:56 PM
NY1's Budd Mishkin continues his new series, "One On 1," with a profile of Broadway star Kristin Chenoweth.
02/23/2004 09:14 PM
NY1's Budd Mishkin continues his series, "One On 1," with a profile of one of New York's most respected artists, Chuck Close.
03/25/2005 09:53 PM
Ta-Nehisi Coates is a national correspondent for The Atlantic magazine, and occasionally a guest op-ed columnist in The New York Times. His article, "The Case for Reparations," published in The Atlantic's June issue, was a year-and-half-long project looking at how housing policy across the country has historically been used to subjugate African-Americans.
06/09/2014 09:00 PM
NY1's Budd Mishkin continues his series, "One On 1," with a profile of a musician who has been singing her whole life, and isn't stopping now; Judy Collins.
04/04/2005 08:38 PM
If you go to the Museum of the City of New York in the next two weeks, you'll see an exhibit that could be a history of New York theater for the last 60 years, a story that also coincides with the work of costume designer Alvin Colt.
06/25/2007 10:16 PM
NY1's Budd Mishkin continues his new series, "One On 1" ¿ a weekly look at the New Yorkers who make the city great ¿ with a profile of one of the most successful recording artists, producers and entrepreneurs in the hip-hop world, Sean "P. Diddy" Combs.
10/27/2003 06:33 PM
From a young age, Faith Hope Consolo loved to shop. And for many years, her work has had a direct effect on where many New Yorkers open up their wallets. NY1's Budd Mishkin filed the following "One On 1" report.
Updated 01/25/2010 08:44 PM
The reverend Dr. Suzan Johnson Cook can be heard at her church in the Bronx, at her "Wall Street Wednesday" services, and on book tours and speaking engagements around the country.
06/30/2008 11:06 PM
NY1's Budd Mishkin continues his series, "One On 1," with a profile of a woman who's achieved plenty of success in the magazine world: the editorial director of Latina magazine, Betty Cortina.
08/29/2005 04:02 PM
NY1's Budd Mishkin continues his "One On 1" series with a profile of one of New York's most successful businessmen and philanthropists, Lewis Cullman.
04/24/2006 06:13 PM
The voice is still straight out of Scotland, but after ten years, Alan Cumming says he's a proper New Yorker.
06/10/2008 03:17 PM
NY1's Budd Mishkin continues his series, "One On 1," with a profile of former New York Governor Mario Cuomo.
10/04/2004 09:48 PM
NY1's Budd Mishkin continues his series, "One On 1," with a profile of one of the nation's greatest dancers, a man who has had a positive impact on thousands of New York kids, Jacques d'Amboise.
04/25/2005 09:19 PM
NY1's Budd Mishkin continues his series, "One On 1," with a profile of a doctor who has taken an unlikely path to being the head of a hospital, and an important part of the comeback of a neighborhood.
07/12/2004 07:11 PM
For more than 40 years, Clive Davis has helped nurture some of the world's top musical performers. NY1's Budd Mishkin takes a look at his life in this One On 1 profile.
Updated 11/29/2011 12:22 PM
Using a camera and an eye for a good picture, 88-year-old Roy DeCarava has been chronicling the black experience in New York for 60 years, and he's taught photography at Hunter College for more than 30 years.
02/25/2008 08:57 PM
NY1's Budd Mishkin continues his series, "One On 1," with a profile of a woman who wants to change an industry that is an everyday part of New York - the Executive Director of the Taxi Workers Alliance, Bhairavi Desai.
04/03/2006 06:49 PM
While fiction writer and NYU creative writing professor Junot Diaz has only produced two books in a 15-year career, he has earned many admirers and critical accolades for unique stories that blends family tales of the Dominican Republic, the immigrant experience in New Jersey and science fiction.
Updated 09/19/2011 07:31 PM
NY1's Budd Mishkin sits down One on 1 with writer Joan Didion and talks about how writing helped her through the loss of her husband and daughter.
06/12/2007 01:25 PM
Some of the city's most intriguing construction projects are being created by a pair of architects who are both business partners and husband and wife.
02/04/2008 07:17 PM
The events in the New York of the early '90s may feel like a lifetime ago. But it was a heated, passionate era that's understandably memorable to the mayor at the time, the first black mayor in the city's history, the honorable David Dinkins.
01/24/2011 08:30 PM
Cleaning up after the St. Patrick's Day Parade meant another busy day Monday for the Department of Sanitation and its commissioner, John Doherty, who announced on Friday that he is retiring.
Updated 03/17/2014 07:57 PM
Michael Dorf, a one time would be lawyer, sculptor and cookie salesman, has been bringing music to New Yorkers for more than 20 years.
Updated 03/02/2010 12:17 AM
Elvis Duran's first radio station was in his home, and it was heard around the block. For much of the past two decades, however, Z100 has been his home, and his New York show is now heard around the country.
03/26/2012 08:00 PM
Douglas Durst loves to tell the story of his grandfather, an immigrant who started with a pushcart, developed a children's clothing business and then built a real estate company. Now almost 100 years later, it's still a family owned company.
11/29/2010 08:40 PM
As the co-founder and CEO of the Global Poverty Project, Hugh Evans takes a unique humanitarian approach to helping the world's poor, working to encourage awareness and engagement on the individual, corporate and governmental levels of society.
09/23/2013 06:28 PM
If you see a young person walking down the street, chances are good that you'll see them wearing something with a rhino on it, the tell-tale sign of a design by Marc Ecko.
03/13/2007 11:53 AM
A New Yorker who turned a play into an international movement is continuing her life's mission one chapter at a time.
06/14/2010 05:13 PM
The Public Theater is a unique New York institution, presenting plays, concerts, and readings representing everything from the avant-garde to Broadway. NY1 interviewed the Public's creative director, Oskar Eustis, last fall as his theater was celebrating a multi--year, multimillion-dollar renovation.
03/11/2013 08:30 PM
There are a lot of successful people in New York, but it's rare that we watch someone's work for 50 years. NY1's Budd Mishkin continues his series, "One On 1," with a profile of cartoonist and author Jules Feiffer.
02/06/2006 04:59 PM
Michael Feinstein is not only one of the leading performers of the music known as the "Great American Songbook," but also as one of the genre's foremost archivists, he brings old forgotten songs back to the stage.
06/09/2009 02:44 PM
Charissa Fernandez is not a teacher, but as the leader of The After-School Corporation, which oversees educational programs throughout the city, one might say she has thousands of pupils.
Updated 09/24/2008 02:25 PM
In this week's One on 1, Budd Mishkin talks with stage and screen writer and actor Harvey Fierstein.
05/19/2008 06:11 PM
Many New Yorkers profiled in "One On 1" have a long career on which to reflect, but others are just getting started but have already begun to do something special. The latter certainly fits Aria Finger, the 29-year-old chief operating officer of DoSomething.org.
Updated 08/20/2012 08:30 PM
Sheri Fink has worked in multiple crisis zones as an aid worker and reporter and spent six years working on a just-published book about Hurricane Katrina. One year after Hurricane Sandy, her attention is once again on the storm that devastated her home city.
10/28/2013 09:00 PM
John Fitzpatrick learned the hospitality business working by his father's side in Ireland – then went on to fulfill his father's dream of opening a hotel in the States. NY1's Budd Mishkin filed the following One on 1 profile.
Updated 03/25/2013 08:30 PM
New York Magazine once called David Frei "probably the most famous human in the world of canines." NY1’s Budd Mishkin sat down with Frei, the face of the Westminster Kennel Club, and filed the following "One on 1" report.
Updated 03/24/2014 08:40 PM
Singing in front of large crowds is nothing new for Renee Fleming. But next Sunday she will experience something new, singing for hundreds of millions on television as she becomes the first opera singer to sing the National Anthem at the Super Bowl.
Updated 01/27/2014 07:58 PM
NY1's Budd Mishkin continues his series, "One On 1," with a profile of one of New York's most successful chefs and restaurateurs, Bobby Flay.
09/26/2005 04:58 PM
NY1's Budd Mishkin continues his series, "One On 1," with a profile of a man Newsweek magazine once named one of the 12 most effective preachers in the English speaking world: the senior minister of the Riverside Church, Reverend James Forbes.
12/05/2005 03:58 PM
The road to the Oscars was far from easy for director Milos Forman. Sitting down for a One on One interview with NY1's Budd Mishkin, Forman talks about his parents' deaths in Nazi concentration camps, and growing up in communist Czechoslovakia.
07/31/2007 03:42 PM
Younger basketball fans may know Walt Frazier as a broadcaster, but the former basketball star is still beloved by many New Yorkers for leading the New York Knicks with artistic flair to two championships.
01/31/2011 09:54 PM
NY1's Budd Mishkin continues his new series, "One On 1," with a profile of a woman who has led two New York institutions in different fields; American Museum of Natural History President Ellen Futter.
04/05/2004 08:48 PM
NY1's Budd Mishkin continues his series, "One On 1," with a profile of a man who has been part of the New York newspaper world for more than six decades - Daily News cartoonist and columnist Bill Gallo.
03/06/2006 05:43 PM
This month, the Metropolitan Opera is unveiling its latest production of Wagner's famed "Ring Cycle," and the man behind the mega-production, Met General Manager Peter Gelb, was once an usher at the New York institution who then managed concert tours around the world.
04/09/2012 07:58 PM
Comedian Chris Gethard is a storyteller through his books, a new album, and a show that's captivated a growing audience in New York and increasingly across the country.
05/12/2014 09:00 PM
Conductor Alan Gilbert will officially take over as music director of the New York Philharmonic in September, fulfilling a lifelong dream that has been more than a decade in the making.
Updated 07/13/2009 09:45 PM
This week, NY1's Budd Mishkin goes one on one with Milton Glaser, the graphic designer behind the state's most famous catch phrase.
07/23/2007 07:46 PM
The Studio Museum in Harlem has maintained a presence in New York's art world since its inception in 1968, and Thelma Golden, its influential director, is a woman who long ago dreamed of working in a museum and has more than realized that dream.
02/24/2014 09:00 PM
It was 50 years ago this month that three civil rights workers were murdered in Mississippi in a case that garnered national attention. NY1's Budd Mishkin profiled Carolyn Goodman, the mother of one of the victims, in 2004.
Updated 06/16/2014 09:01 PM
When we think of television production, we usually think of studios in California, but that's changing, thanks in part to the work of Terence Gray and his New York Television Festival, which is becoming more and more influential in the television industry.
02/10/2014 09:00 PM
While he is one of the best-known scientists in the country, Brian Greene's resume might also include translator – making science understandable for the masses.
Updated 05/14/2012 08:30 PM
NY1's Budd Mishkin continues his "One On 1" series with a profile of a woman who has long reported on the restaurant scene in New York, Gael Greene.
07/24/2006 05:57 PM
More than 40 years after his signature role in "Cabaret," actor Joel Grey is developing another passion behind the camera.
10/27/2009 12:04 PM
Bob Gruen photographed many of the biggest rock stars of the last 40 years and is the subject of this week's One on 1 with Budd Mishkin.
Updated 08/19/2008 05:16 PM
Tim Gunn's influence on the fashion world used to come from behind the scenes. But now, thanks to the television show "Project Runway," he is front and center.
05/16/2007 07:27 PM
Reproduction in whole or in part without permission is prohibited.
© 1999-2014 Time Warner Cable Enterprises LLC. All Rights Reserved.
Web design and web development by Tipit.