Latest Studio 360 Episodes

Each edition has that days stories listed with it.

Guest host Hari Kondabolu with Hannah Gadsby and more!

Hari Kondabolu is in the host seat, with fellow comic Hannah Gadsby and hip hop impresario Sophia Chang.

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Guest host Hanif Abdurraqib!

Writer Ashley C. Ford, indie artist Vagabon and remembering Notorious B.I.G.’s “Ready to Die.”

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Guest host Maeve Higgins!

Playwright Michael R. Jackson, artist Molly Crabapple and the creators and cast of “Felix Starro,” a new musical from the Ma-Yi Theater Company.

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‘The Handmaid’s Tale,’ continued

With Margaret Atwood’s sequel to “The Handmaid’s Tale” forthcoming, a look at the novel’s impact, including Ann Dowd, who plays Aunt Lydia on the Hulu adaptation, and how Louise Erdrich and Megan Hunter also wrote about pregnancy in their dystopian novels.

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Shades of noir

How film noirs inspired Portishead’s album “Dummy,” gave novelist Karen Russell a creative breakthrough and launched the career of composer Carter Burwell.

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Taking stock of Woodstock

The oddity of Sha Na Na at Woodstock, Jimi Hendrix’s searing performance of the national anthem, how Sly and the Family Stone’s album “Stand” sounded a note of hope in a turbulent time, and the surprising, life-changing influence of that other Woodstock — the “Peanuts” character.

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Hallelujah

How Leonard Cohen lives on for artists and fans, Nick Waterhouse performs live, and why Bim Adewunmi still loves the “Sweet Valley High” books.

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John Leguizamo, Nipsey Hussle’s legacy and re-choreographing ‘Oklahoma!’

John Leguizamo on his one-man play “Latin History for Morons.” How the updated version of ‘Oklahoma!’ took a bold approach to choreography. And trying to bring peace to LA gangs in the wake of Nipsey Hussle’s death.

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On a high note

The mystery and mastery of singing, with Billie Holiday’s “Lady Sings the Blues,” Eric Whitacre and the Silver Lake Chorus.

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Lynn Shelton, Ursula von Rydingsvard and worshipping Cruella de Vil

Lynn Shelton on her new movie, “Sword of Trust,” a studio visit to see how Ursula von Rydingsvard make her enigmatic sculptures, and how the villain from “One Hundred and One Dalmatians” changed everything for a fourth grade boy.

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