If you’re into Frank Lloyd Wright and the old-timey direct interview style of Mike Wallace, this two-part interview (that’s an iTunes link) may interest you. I found it fascinating.

In 1957, at the age of 90, Frank Lloyd Wright was in New York to supervise construction of his final masterpiece—the Guggenheim Museum. Mike Wallace invited him to be a guest on the TV show, The Mike Wallace Interview. Rarely has a figure of such historic importance been so revealingly captured. Guided by Wallace’s questioning, America’s greatest architect emerges as a wise, idealistic, nonconformist, and uniquely self-confident man. This is the complete soundtrack to that legendary interview.

If you have RealPlayer installed you can watch some clips from the interview on PBS.org. The entire interview is available on VHS from Amazon.

Also highly recommended is the two-and-a-half hour Ken Burns documentary on Wright.