Chat with the creators of ‘The Long March of Newt Gingrich,’ a PBS ‘Frontline’ documentary

Chris Moody
Political Reporter
The Ticket

Join me Thursday at 12 p.m. ET for a live chat with the creators of "The Long March of Newt Gingrich," a 1996 documentary from PBS's "Frontline" that chronicles Gingrich's life from his birth in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, to his rise as Speaker of the House of Representatives.

The film presents some fascinating details about Gingrich's life, using interviews with the people who knew Gingrich best, including his mother, stepfather, family, friends and even a few enemies he made along the way.

Yahoo News will help moderate today's discussion, and we'll be joined by Peter Boyer of Newsweek, who conducted the interviews for the film, and Stephen Talbot, the film's producer. Yahoo News readers can propose questions by typing them into the comment box inside the chat.

You can watch the film after the jump:

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