This summer, "reality" TV shows like "Survivor," "The Real World," and "Big Brother" have attracted large audiences and lots of buzz. Diane and her guests talk about why these programs have been so successful, and what their popularity tells us about our culture.

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  • Jim Poniewozik television critic for Time magazine
  • Tom Rosenstiel director of the Project for Excellence in Journalism

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