Full episode - October 10, 2019
An American Icon and Liz Phair.
How Maya Angelou’s “I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings” changed everything, and Liz Phair on her new memoir.
Full story - October 10, 2019
The book and its author in 1998.
How Maya Angelou’s first book came to be loved — and banned — so much.
Full story - October 10, 2019
Liz Phair
In a new memoir, “Horror Stories,” singer-songwriter Liz Phair chronicles the simple but profound moments that shaped her character.
Full episode - October 03, 2019
Antonio Banderas in “Pain and Glory,” Joaquin Phoenix in “Joker” and an album cover of the Jackson 5.
Antonio Banderas on his latest Almodóvar collaboration, Rick Baker on the Joker’s makeup and the complicated wonder of the Jackson 5’s “I Want You Back.”
Full story - October 03, 2019
Antonio Banderas and Pedro Almodóvar
From “Puss in Boots” to heroin addict and everything in between.
Full story - October 03, 2019
Send in the clowns: Cesar Romero, Jack Nicholson, Heath Ledger, Joaquin Phoenix.
A symposium with Hollywood makeup legend Rick Baker.
Full story - October 03, 2019
The Gary, Indiana quintet of brothers, the Jackson 5, in 1969.
Why Michael Jackson’s astonishing vocals at age 11 may be less likely to creep listeners out than his solo work.
Full story - October 01, 2019
Talking Heads, 1976: Chris Frantz, Tina Weymouth, David Byrne and Jerry Harrison.
A look back at the early days of the seminal band.
Full episode - September 25, 2019
Fred Wilson, Uta Hagen and the cassette tape that started it all.
How Fred Wilson’s art challenges the conventions of museums. Remembering the legendary performer and acting teacher Uta Hagen. And how a random song from the 1980s became known as “The Most Mysterious Song on the Internet.”
Full story - September 26, 2019
Fred Wilson
The conceptual artist challenges the conventions of museum display and offers his personal tour of the Met.