April 22 @ 11:30 PM
NEW YORK, NY, April 19, 2001 – Emmy Award-winning talk show host, Dick Cavett brings his comedic timing and talent to guest-host a special episode of Subway Q & A. Cavett’s goes underground to capture commuters at their best and yes, even at their worst, through a series of off-beat and sometimes outrageous questions asked on the subway.
Cavett makes his debut as host on Subway Q & A on Metro (Time Warner Cable – Channel 70, Cablevision – Channel 16) Sunday, April 22nd at 11:30 PM.
During his forty years in the entertainment business, Cavett has been the host of highly acclaimed, and often controversial, talk shows on network, cable, and public television. Cavett has also starred on Broadway, has had several TV show guest appearances including Cheers, The Edge and The Simpsons and has appeared in such feature films as Beetlejuice and Forrest Gump. Along the way, Cavett has earned three Emmy Awards and interviewed a roster of guests from Marlon Brando and Katharine Hepburn to John Lennon and Fred Astaire, but he has never conducted an interview on the NYC subway system until now.
Subway Q & A is a weekly half-hour series that dares to ask New Yorkers to speak their minds on topics ranging from the momentous and crucial to the trivial and downright shocking.
Rainbow Media’s MetroChannels are the first and only suite of television networks devoted entirely to the experience of living in the New York metropolitan area. MetroChannels consist of METRO, Metro Learning, and Metro Traffic&Weather. METRO showcases what New Yorkers are passionate about by providing regularly scheduled original programs focusing on everything from fine dining to live music and sports, classic New York TV series and documentaries about the people, places and history of New York. MetroLearning, provides unfiltered coverage of events unfolding in the many diverse communities throughout this metropolis. Metro Traffic&Weather is the tri-state’s first and only 24-hour local traffic, transit, and weather channel. Since its 1998 launch, MetroChannels has received numerous accolades for its programming — the 1999 & 2000 Community Spirit Award, New York Festivals Awards, Omni Awards and the Communicator Awards. In addition, MetroChannels was among the top 10 networks nominated for the 1999 local New York Emmy Awards.
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