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A sense of where he is: Bill Bradley and his one-man show ‘Rolling Along’

Political Theater, Episode 313

Former Sen. Bill Bradley, seen here during his playing days with the New York Knicks in October 1973 at Madison Square Garden in New York, has a new documentary one-man show, "Rolling Along," about his life.
Former Sen. Bill Bradley, seen here during his playing days with the New York Knicks in October 1973 at Madison Square Garden in New York, has a new documentary one-man show, "Rolling Along," about his life. (Ross Lewis/Getty Images)

There are not a lot of resumes that read like Bill Bradley’s. Gold medal Olympian. Rhodes Scholar. Pro basketball player. Author. Senator. Presidential candidate. Radio host. And now a documentary film storyteller. His latest project, “Rolling Along,” premiered last June at the Tribeca Film Festival, appropriate for the iconic New York Knick, and started streaming on Max on Feb. 1.

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