Books by Larry King (Author of How to Talk to Anyone, Anytime, Anywhere)
Urologix Featured on In View, Hosted By Larry King
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The questions are sometimes of the softball variety, but the chat is intelligent and it seems as if King has booked every notable newsmaker and entertainer, including Ronald Reagan, George Bush father and son , Bill Clinton, Jimmy Carter, Margaret Thatcher, H. Behar's contract is set to expire in August, and she has allegedly told the network she does not plan to renew it. Behar is one of the few original cas… Read more. Larry King Now w…. Larry King is going digital. The former CNN host will launch a daily talk show on Ora.
Larry King says of his approach, "an interview is an interview. It's basically who, what, where, when and why. And while it is certainly kind of an exalted place to sit with the Prime Minister of Great Britain or the president of a country, it's still… 'why do you do what you do? How do you feel about what you do? What do you think about what's happening in the world? I never sat down with a President of the United States or a world leader or head of a country and thought, 'whew, this is the head of a country -- I have to be different! What would a guy in the street say to Chirac of France if you had a chance to talk to him?