Studio 360 with Kurt Andersen

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The Peabody Award-winning Studio 360 with Kurt Andersen, from PRI, is a smart and surprising guide to what's happening in pop culture and the arts. Each week, Kurt introduces the people who are creating and shaping our culture. Life is busy – so let Studio 360 steer you to the must-see movie this weekend, the next book for your nightstand, or the song that will change your life. Produced in association with Slate.

How Wynton Marsalis became immersed in classical music, and why Kate Bush’s “Hounds of Love” has drawn such wide and diverse admiration.
How a dark comedy got so dark and so funny.
How a dark comedy got so dark and so funny.
Two segments from our new series, New York Icons, are both from midcentury and both uptown: the original “West Side Story” Broadway production and the famously controversial photo from Garry Winogrand, a street photography pioneer.
Two segments from our new series, New York Icons, are both from midcentury and both uptown: the original “West Side Story” Broadway production and the famously controversial photo from Garry Winogrand, a street photography pioneer.
Ranky Tanky performs live and explains the influence of Gullah music. Why Tig Notaro loves a song by Nickelback — and doesn’t care if you hate them. And mezzo-soprano Jamie Barton’s take on performing songs about women that were intended to be sung by men.
Ranky Tanky performs live and explains the influence of Gullah music. Why Tig Notaro loves a song by Nickelback — and doesn’t care if you hate them. And mezzo-soprano Jamie Barton’s take on performing songs about women that were intended to be sung by men.
Ranky Tanky performs live and explains the influence of Gullah music. Why Tig Notaro loves a song by Nickelback — and doesn’t care if you hate them. And mezzo-soprano Jamie Barton’s take on performing songs about women that were intended to be sung by men.
The philosophies of a master street photographer, and the story of how he took his most controversial picture.
The philosophies of a master street photographer, and the story of how he took his most controversial picture.
The philosophies of a master street photographer, and the story of how he took his most controversial picture.
"My distrust of technology comes entirely from that movie.”
"My distrust of technology comes entirely from that movie.”
"My distrust of technology comes entirely from that movie.”
It’s HAL’s world — we just live in it.
It’s HAL’s world — we just live in it.
It’s HAL’s world — we just live in it.
A short story turned radio drama by Kurt Andersen.
A short story turned radio drama by Kurt Andersen.
A short story turned radio drama by Kurt Andersen.