Anyone who agrees to be interviewed must decide where to draw the line between what is public and what is private. But the line can shift, depending on who is asking the questions. What puts someone on guard isn't necessarily the fear of being 'found out.' It sometimes is just the fear of being misunderstood.
Terry Gross

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I've never seen radio as the minor leagues, where I'm just really preparing to be in the show that really counts, namely, television, which is, I think, what people often assume. I've never felt that way.

Work can take on a new dimension if you know something about the artist.

I love songs. Songs are my favorite things.

Most people I know that have work that is very meaningful to them pay the price of having to work all the time.

I respect someone's right to privacy and I want them to know it.

About Terry Gross

Profession: Journalist
Nationality: American
Born: 1951

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