'Prohibition'

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Ken Burns' and Lynn Novick's "Prohibition" is a three-part PBS series that chronicles an era of speakeasies, bootleggers and the 18th Amendment. Novick and author Daniel Okrent, who is featured in the series, join us to discuss the period and the film, which will air in October on KQED Public Television 9.

Guests:

Lynn Novick, producer and documentary filmmaker who has collaborated with Ken Burns on other projects including "The Civil War" and "Baseball"

Daniel Okrent, author of "Last Call: The Rise and Fall of Prohibition"

Carla DeLuca, director of the documentary "America's Wine: The Legacy of Prohibition," a collaboration with UC Berkeley's Bancroft Library

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