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BS: Katherine Hepburn

11 Sep 04 - 03:45 PM (#1269427)
Subject: BS: Katherine Hepburn
From: Bill Hahn//\\

If you are a fan of Katherine Hepburn or if you are just fascinated by long lived icons of culture I hope you will join me when I have a conversation with Scott Berg the author of a most readable and interesting book about her. The book --Kate Remembered is, as he says, a 20 year conversation with a great friend.

I will airing this interview on my TABALETALKSunday Sept 19 on WFDU 89.1 fm (Teaneck NJ) at 8 A M Eastern Time. You can also catch it on the web at that time if you are out of our range


11 Sep 04 - 03:48 PM (#1269428)
Subject: RE: BS: Katherine Hepburn
From: Bill Hahn//\\

Looks like I hit a wrong button and the message was not finished---to continue: I will be airing the interview on Sunday Sept 19 on my TABLETALK program on WFDU 89.1 FM -Teaneck NJ. It will be aired at 8 AM ET and you can catch it also on the web if you are out of range:

http://www.wfdu.fm

Hope you will join us---some wonderful tales and anecdotes about this icon await you.

Bill Hahn
Producer/Host
Tabletalk


11 Sep 04 - 04:09 PM (#1269440)
Subject: RE: BS: Katherine Hepburn
From: Georgiansilver

What an icon and what an actress. Best wishes.


11 Sep 04 - 04:41 PM (#1269461)
Subject: RE: BS: Katherine Hepburn
From: Fibula Mattock

KathArine! (I'm only being pedantic because I share the same spelling.)


11 Sep 04 - 05:46 PM (#1269516)
Subject: RE: BS: Katherine Hepburn
From: Dave the Gnome

I didn't know Katharine was spelt f-i-b-u-l-a ;-)

DtG


11 Sep 04 - 10:29 PM (#1269684)
Subject: RE: BS: Katherine Hepburn
From: Nerd

Maybe she's fibbing. Would that make her a fibulist?


12 Sep 04 - 12:31 AM (#1269746)
Subject: RE: BS: Katherine Hepburn
From: Bill Hahn//\\

I stand spelling impaired---and corrected---Katharine is correct. Shame, I liked it the other way.

But---more important---her life and her stories.\


Bill Hahn


12 Sep 04 - 11:14 AM (#1269985)
Subject: RE: BS: Katherine Hepburn
From: Fibula Mattock

Nah DtG, Fibula's my surname, obviously! ;)


12 Sep 04 - 11:15 AM (#1269986)
Subject: RE: BS: Katherine Hepburn
From: Fibula Mattock

And you're so right Bill H - she was one great lady.


12 Sep 04 - 04:11 PM (#1270259)
Subject: RE: BS: Katherine Hepburn
From: GUEST,peedeecee

Darn, she was my main heroine throughout my life, but your programme is on at 5:00 a.m. my time!


12 Sep 04 - 09:20 PM (#1270590)
Subject: RE: BS: Katherine Hepburn
From: Bill Hahn//\\

Anyway you can record it on a timer ??

Bill Hahn


13 Sep 04 - 12:29 PM (#1271224)
Subject: RE: BS: Katherine Hepburn
From: GUEST,peedeecee

I don't think so, as I will only be able to get it on the Internet, and if a timed recording from the Net is possible, I don't know how to do it. There's time for me to learn, if anyone knows how!


13 Sep 04 - 04:38 PM (#1271344)
Subject: RE: BS: Katherine Hepburn
From: GUEST

Great Lady.


13 Sep 04 - 09:26 PM (#1271591)
Subject: RE: BS: Katherine Hepburn
From: Bill Hahn//\\

I have to say that of the many interviews with---as I say on the program's end--"...another interesting conversation some some very interesting people"---this has to be one of the top ones.

Since some of you cannot tune in let me give one brief anecdote that shows how sharp she was at age 90---When talked into doing a film (A remake of a Cary Grant opus) in which she was to play one scene only--and aged aunt--the author and she were flown out to Hollywood to meet with Warren Beaty (who was the one who insisted on her being in the film---her last one). The author, Hepburn, and the Beatys had dinner. After leaving she said to Mr. Berg (The author) are they married? HE: Yes SHE: Why ? HE: Well, why not. They are in love. SHE: Yes---but with the same man.

SHARP as hell as always.

Best to get the book. Wonderful tales are in it.

Bill Hahn