Susan Burton, "Terry Gross and the Art of Opening Up," The New York Times Magazine (21 October 2015). The “Fresh Air” host’s 40-year, 13,000-interview master class in conversation. Photo by Ryan McGinley of Gross at the WHYY building in Philadelphia.
L.A Confidential (1997) EEUU. Dir: Curtis Hanson. SIGNATURA: DVD-IN-233. Adaptación da terceira das novelas do L.A Quartet, escritas por James Ellroy. http://kmelot.biblioteca.udc.es/record=b1420009~S10*gag
"Diana" is a song written and made famous by Paul Anka in 1957, recorded in May 1957 at Don Costa studio in New York. Reportedly inspired by a high school friend of Anka's named Diana Ayoub, in an interview with NPR's Terry Gross in 2005, he stated that it was inspired by a girl at his church who he hardly knew. The original Paul Anka 1957 recording reached number one on the Billboard "Best Sellers In Stores" chart
Terry Gross (1951-) is the host and co-executive producer of Fresh Air, her US interview show on National Public Radio. She has received a number of awards for the show, including the prestigious Peabody Award in 1994 for its "probing questions, revelatory interviews and unusual insight." Gross is married to her second husband and they live in Philadelphia. They have no children.