Tagged with “arts” (7)

  1. The Past, Present and Future of Nikole Hannah-Jones | On the Media | WNYC Studios

    Award-winning journalist Nikole Hannah-Jones, on how her personal history influences her reporting.


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  2. #57: Alexandra Billings Won’t Stay Quiet Anymore | Nancy | WNYC Studios

    Alexandra Billings, who plays Davina on "Transparent," says she believes Jeffrey Tambor’s accusers — and feels complicit for not speaking up earlier.


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  3. Rachel Carson Dreams of the Sea | The New Yorker Radio Hour | WNYC Studios

    Before “Silent Spring,” Rachel Carson fell in love with the ocean, and her writings about the sea and its creatures …


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  4. The Sound of America - On The Media - WNYC

    Composer Aaron Copland and the search for an American national identity.


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  5. What was the Esau scrip? | West Virginia Public Broadcasting

    Now we return to the second of a three-part story about the haunted history of the Whipple Company Store in Fayette County. The store was built at the turn


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  6. What the Novels by Mary Lee Settle Can Teach Us About “Pitch Points” of Change in Appalachia | West Virginia Public Broadcasting

    This year marks the 60th anniversary of the publication of a series of novels called The Beulah Quintet. The novels are by the late Mary Lee Settle, a writer who set out to capture moments in West Virginia history when a revolutionary change was at stake. Today’s economic uncertainty here in Appalachia has many people wondering whether we are also living in the midst of a transition.

    Producer Catherine Moore was inspired to capture all this in an hour long radio documentary called Cedar Grove. Roxy Todd talked with Moore about her documentary:

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  7. Jane Mayer and Koch Industries - The New Yorker Radio Hour - WNYC

    When Jane Mayer started reported on Koch Industries, she became their latest target.


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