This is not exactly on topic but it is content, isn't it?

I often watch a show on Ovation called Iconoclasts. The show takes two well-known people and lets them interact. Once the had Maya Angelou and Dave Chappelle. It was beautiful to watch. Ms. Angelou said: "I believe words are things, and I live on them".

Anyway, one episode had Sir Richard Branson and Archbishop Desmond Tutu. The two of them got along like small children. They actually played and hugged and laughed and wrestled with each other. And I learned that Nelson Mandela started a group called "The Elders". Tutu, Branson, Jimmy Carter and Peter Gabriel are members, among other notable people.

Iconoclasts shows Celebrities in very real, human perspective. It's a wonderful thing.