Another argument for that expanded $79.99 cable TV package
The Sundance Channel and Grey Goose Entertainment (I wasn't aware that Grey Goose offered entertainment other than their vodka) announced six of the pairings for this season of "Iconoclasts," their hour-long TV program (produced by Robert Redford) which pairs two "leading innovators" from different fields who come together to discuss their passions and creative processes. I've never seen the show, oh me of cheapie basic cable, but the idea sounds interesting.
Participants for Season Two are Pearl Jam's Eddie Vedder and big-wave surfer Laird Hamilton; dancer Mikhail Baryshnikov and chef Alice Waters; filmmaker Quentin Tarantino and singer/songwriter Fiona Apple; actress Isabella Rossellini and inventor Dean Kamen; music great Paul Simon and producer Lorne Michaels; and comedian Dave Chappelle and poet Maya Angelou.
Broadcast schedule here, as well as excerpts from Season One (including the episode with Redford and my favorite Old-Guy-Who-Used-To-Be-Really-Really-Hot, Paul Newman).
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