Full story - August 23, 2018
Roya Hakakian and Reza Aslan
The poetry that flies in the face of oppression.
Full story - August 23, 2018
I don’t wish I was in Dixie’s Land.
This is the tune the nation brought to war.
Full story - August 23, 2018
“Walls: Baldwin,” by Tylonn Sawyer
Using paint to empower.
Full story - August 23, 2018
“Crossing The Swamp” by Jon McNaughton
There’s still plenty of people to agitate.
Full episode - August 16, 2018
A tower of vinyl.
The curious world of vintage stock music libraries, a groundbreaking radio thriller and America’s most prestigious cinema: the White House.
Full story - August 16, 2018
President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama in the family theater of the White House on February 1, 2009.
One man’s quest to find every movie ever seen by a US president.
Full story - August 16, 2018
A still from the movie remake of the radio drama, “Sorry, Wrong Number.”
The groundbreaking radio drama about crossed signals, and a phone call you weren’t supposed to hear.
Full story - August 16, 2018
A recording session for the KPM music library.
How library music composers anonymously churned out some of the strangest, funkiest music of the ‘60s, ‘70s and ‘80s.
Full episode - August 09, 2018
How “Walden” holds up, “I Will Survive” at 40 and Leonard Bernstein’s concerts for children.
Full story - August 09, 2018
Everett Collection Historical / Alamy Stock Photo
How Leonard Bernstein introduced classical music to kids.