Jan 27, 2005

In an article about his new PBS show, Robert Krulwich tells the New York Times that his onscreen goofiness "really isn't an act."
An eBay user is selling an NPR jacket that he claims was worn by Bob Edwards at his final staff retreat: "I'm parting with this new and perfect item because I miss Bob and the memories are too painful." The seller intends to donate the earnings to "American Public Radio," which they say "used to be Public Radio International." (Via Wonkette.)
PBS execs say they decided to withdraw an episode of Postcards from Buster before Education Secretary Margaret Spellings officially notified them that its depiction of lesbian parents was inappropriate for a federally funded educational kids program. "Sounds great if you were born yesterday," writes Washington Post columnist Lisa De Moraes.