Folk-rock legend Bob Dylan has given his first TV interview in 19 years.
The New York Post reports that the reclusive 63-year-old star was interviewed by CBS, to be aired on December 5.
Dylan spoke to reporter Ed Bradley for 90 minutes about his career, fame, troubled relationship with the media and his affiliation with his dad.
Dylan was notorious in the sixties was famed for his despondency with interviewing. He often refused to answer interviewerâ€™s petty questions and often resorted grilling the reporter himself.
The singer recently wrote a memoir called Chronicles: Volume 1 for Simon and Schuster.