Probably since you have the honor of listening to Ted Turner himself.
" The Agony And The Ecstacy " since it takes you through the lows and highs of a man's life, the love in his life and almost excruciating trials and tribulations of arriving at his triumphant business deals, conquering what is almost supernatural/ superhuman, like Michaelangelo on the scaffolds at the Sistene Chapel, painting the famed frescos on the ceiling in Milan, Italy, for all of us to praise.
This is the first, and I would not mind listening to it again.
I believe his donation to the UN and starting CNN were the most riveting, encompassing, and most inspirational.
I sure hope they make this into a movie.
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