David Letterman's 20th anniversary hosting CBS's The Late Show is coming up this week. NPR's Terry Gross has unearthed an old radio interview she did with Letterman on Fresh Air from 1981, before he was a late night host. Click here to check out the interview, which starts at the 28:00 mark after a preamble by Gross and TV critic David Bianculli. Check out a couple key quotes from the interview, including Letterman assessing his favorite comedians in the early '80s and talking about how the late night world was changing:
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