Latest Studio 360 Episodes

Each edition has that days stories listed with it.

Daveed Diggs and Suzan-Lori Parks, ‘In the Pines’ and supernumeraries

Playwright Suzan-Lori Parks on “White Noise” with one of its stars, Daveed Diggs. Plus the rich history of the folk song “In the Pines,” and the art of being a supernumerary.

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In the footsteps of Merce Cunningham

For over half a century, Merce Cunningham’s work was marked by his consistent embrace of innovation expanding the frontiers of contemporary dance.

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Portraits of the artists

Frederic Tuten’s Zelig-like connection to New York, plus cartoonist Cathy Guisewite on creating “Cathy,” and the music of Helado Negro.

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This woman's work: Patti Smith's 'Horses'

This album helped forge punk’s DIY attitude with its fusion of free-form rock and poetry.

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Mob mentalities

Filmmaker Jia Zhangke, David Remnick and others on why we’re so obsessed with the gangster myth.

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Susan Choi’s surprising side project

How a fun file on Susan Choi’s hard drive turned into her new novel, "Trust Exercise."

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Remembering Agnès Varda

What happened when iconic filmmaker Agnès Varda and artist JR teamed up for a road trip? They brought art to the people of rural France.

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Let’s do the time warp

“The Rocky Horror Picture Show,” the woman who created the Creature from the Black Lagoon but didn’t get credit, and how reading “The Metamorphosis” created a metamorphosis for one writer.

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Cracking cases

After prosecuting the O.J. Simpson case, Marcia Clark turned to writing courtroom-drama novels and a new TV show. Plus the mystery of “Cracks,” a “Sesame Street” cartoon that terrified kids — and then disappeared.

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Jia Zhangke’s empathetic eye

Jia Zhangke on his latest film about the lives of working-class Chinese, "Ash Is Purest White", and the movies that shaped him.

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