Latest Studio 360 Episodes

Each edition has that days stories listed with it.

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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Why Yanni happened

The improbable starmaker that brought us Yanni and John Tesh. Plus director Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck, and Nat King Cole at 100.

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The Playbill of Rights

Heidi Schreck’s memoir-tinged play about the Constitution hits Broadway. Plus making Broadway autism-friendly and the magic realist documentary “306 Hollywood.”

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These go to 11

“This Is Spinal Tap” at 35. Plus N.K. Jemisin on “How Long 'til Black Future Month?” and the mythology — and musicality — of Robert Johnson’s “Cross Road Blues.”

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The Oscar hour

Two nominees — actor Richard E. Grant and “Black Panther” costume designer Ruth E. Carter. Plus how a movement director helped Rami Malek embody Freddie Mercury.

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The Crack Monster: The mystery behind the creepiest cartoon on 'Sesame Street'

In 1975, a cartoon on "Sesame Street" traumatized viewers. And then it disappeared.

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Sex seen

Sex on the screen: first times, an intimacy coach and bisexual pride. Plus, “Reality Bites” at 25.

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