January 29, 2013
Who has Hughes interviewed?
In a career spanning more than three decades, journalist Lesley Hughes has talked to a lot of people.
Pierre Trudeau, former Prime Minister of Canada • Mother Theresa, humanitarian • Sophia Loren, actor • Al Gore, Vice President, US • Nelson Mandela, President, The New South Africa • Mick Jagger, The Rolling Stones • Adam Beach, actor • Irving Abella, writer/historian • Jim Stanford, economist • Tony Bennett, singer • Elizabeth May, leader, Green Party • Phil Donahue, talk show host • Ed Schreyer, former Governor General of Canada • Ken Kostik, chef • Harry Belafonte, entertainer • Gary Doer, Canadian Ambassador to the US • Noam Chomsky, intellectual • Christopher Hitchens, writer, The Trial of Henry Kissinger • Hilary Clinton, former Senator for New York • Paul Cellucci, US Ambassador to Canada • Brian de Palma, film director • Carol Shields, Pulitzer Prize winning author, The Stone Diaries • Evelyn Hart, prima ballerina • Richard Harris, actor • Margaret Atwood, writer, The Handmaid’s Tale • Tennessee Williams, playwright • Gloria Steinem, feminist • Ralph Nader, consumer advocate • Hulk Hogan, wrestler • Nana Mouskouri, ambassador, UNICEF • Marilyn Waring, economist • Erica Jong, writer, Fear of Flying • Pete Townsend, The Who • Pete Seeger, folk singer • Harland Cleveland, economic architect • Eli Weisel, holocaust survivor • Robert Reich, Secretary of Labour, the Clinton Administration • Dr. Henry Mogentaler, physician/pro-choice advocate • Jehann Sadat, Egyptian scholar • Armand Hammer, philanthropist • Richard Salk, industrialist • Nicholas Brathwaite, Prime Minister, Grenada • Maurice Strong, key planner, The Earth Summit • Walter Mondale, Vice-President, US • Margaretha Papandreas, First Lady of Greece • Francois Mitterand, President of France • Sam Hayakawa, semanticist, Berkeley • Pauline Kael, film critic, The New Yorker • Norman Vincent Peale, motivator • Valentina Tarashkova, first woman in space • Christine Craft, writer, Too Old, Too Ugly and Not Deferential to Men • Carney Norland, alleged racist and assassin • Hazel Henderson, alternative economist • Kim Campbell, Prime Minister of Canada • Bella Abzug, politician • Rene Levesque, separatist • Judy LaMarsh, parliamentarian • Anthony Robbins, motivational speaker • Patrick Mooney, genetic activist • HRH Princess Anne of Windsor • Geraldine Ferraro, Vice-Presidential candidate, US • John Le Carre, writer, The Spy Who Came In From the Cold • Paul Rusesabagina, manager, Hotel Rwanda • General Roméo Dallaire, Force Commander of United Nations Assistance Mission for Rwanda (UNAMIR) • Kofi Annan, Seventh Secretary-General of the United Nations
To arrange interviews, please call: 204-791-2404 between 9 AM and 9 PM, CST, Jan. 29, 2013 to Feb. 1, 2013 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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