An interview of William Shatner with Rush Limbaugh

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William Shatner is a world-famous actor and writer of Canadian origin. On his account, more than a dozen roles played. Movies with his participation always want to be discussed. Shatner in the role of captain Kirk from “Star trek” is still remembered, although this series was filmed back in 1966. Later, William wrote a series of books about the process of working on this picture. In addition to acting, he is also engaged in television, being the host of the program “Naked nerve” on the Biography channel. On it, he conducts heated discussions and conversations with well-known political and media personalities.

Rush Limbaugh was one of those guests. American conservative public figure, host of the Rush Limbaugh Show, broadcast in the United States by Premiere Networks and is the highest-rated talk radio show in the country. In 2008, Limbaugh signed an 8-year, $400,000,000 contract with Clear Channel. In 1984, after a series of radio projects, Limbaugh began working as a talk show host on the radio station KFBK in Sacramento, California, which is still part of his program. Its program is unique in the absence of invited guests and is based on a conservative analysis of current events.

On the program, Shatner and Limbaugh discussed the topics of a democratic and liberal society, improving the health system, and the importance of good work for the country’s long-term welfare.