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Patti Smith Featured on Next Episode of PBS's AMERICAN MASTERS PODCAST

Episode five of the AMERICAN MASTERS Podcast features Patti Smith discussing the early days of punk rock, the vibrant music scene of 1970s New York City, her influences and thoughts on art, poetry, censorship, and punk with AMERICAN MASTERS -- Lou Reed: Rock-And-Roll Heart (1998) filmmaker Timothy Greenfield-Sanders, who conducted the interview.

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Hosted by series executive producer Michael Kantor, new episodes of the AMERICAN MASTERS Podcast are available biweekly on on the In Their Own Words: The AMERICAN MASTERS Digital Archive website, iTunes, Soundcloud and Stitcher. Season one, "Women on Women," features long-form interviews with influential women discussing women cultural icons.

The AMERICAN MASTERS Podcast, hosted by series executive producer Michael Kantor, will feature long-form interviews from In Their Own Words. The first season, "Women on Women," presents interviews with influential women discussing women cultural icons. Episode one features Gloria Steinem in conversation with the late, multiple Emmy-winning filmmaker Gail Levin taking a critical look at the life and career of Marilyn Monroe from 2006's AMERICAN MASTERS - Marilyn: Still Life. New episodes will be released biweekly on the AMERICAN MASTERS website, iTunes, Soundcloud and Stitcher.

All full-length, digitized interviews will be archived by the American Archive of Public Broadcasting (AAPB), a collaboration between WGBH and the Library of Congress to preserve and make accessible significant historical content created by public media.

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