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January 01, 1990 - February 03, 2013 + Special Programming

Too Smart for the Room: The Lord Buckley Story

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Lord Buckley was a hipster comedian in the 1950's who influenced many of America's comedic giants. His "hip semantic" renditions of literary classics delighted audiences,...

Selected Shorts: Jhumpa Lahiri's Two Worlds

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Jhumpa Lahiri reads this stunning story of expatriate Indians attempting to find their place in American culture, often with great emotional cost, from her second...

Under Milkwood

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Richard Burton heads up the cast in this "play for voices" by Welsh poet Dylan Thomas. And the voice of the poet himself: A Visit...

A Christmas Memory; A Child's Christmas in Wales

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Noon to 12:40: A Christmas Memory: Truman Capote’s poignant holiday tale, directed by Michael Peretzian in this KCRW/Mark Taper Forum production, starring Jay Louden and...

Selected Shorts: Food Fictions

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Recorded live at a Selected Shorts tour to the Getty Museum in Los Angeles in May of 2006, a funny, sensual, delectable collection of stories...

Selected Shorts: Food Fictions

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Recorded live at a Selected Shorts tour to the Getty Museum in Los Angeles in May of 2006, a funny, sensual, delectable collection of stories...

Goodnight Children, Everywhere listen

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In September, 1939, as war with Germany was about to be declared, the children of major British cities were "evacuated." Their parents had no idea...

Planet Money: The Economy, Explained listen Watch

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KCRW and National Public Radio present This American Life's Alex Blumberg and NPR's Adam Davidson in a one-hour live stage show, explaining the global economic...

We Are One: The Obama Inaugural Celebration at the Lincoln Memorial

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This free public event broadcast live from the Lincoln Memorial includes readings as well as music performances by artists like Bruce Springsteen, Herbie Hancock, Stevie...

Tinsel Tales: NPR Christmas Favorites

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Stories from the NPR archives that touch on the meaning of Christmas. David Sedaris, Bailey White, John Henry Faulk -- these and other NPR voices,...

Operation Homecoming listen

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KCRW presents writings by US troops and their families, who recorded their reflections on the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq for "Operation Homecoming," a National...

Charlton Heston Reads from 'Herzog'

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The late Charlton Heston appeared as Moses in The Ten Commandments, but he also read a chapter from Saul Bellow's Herzog, About Moses Herzog, as...

Passover: A Time to Cross Over

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In honor of Passover, which occurs this year from April 19-26, we present an exploration of Passover celebrations in different cultures. Best selling author Geraldine...

Under Milk Wood

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A KCRW holiday tradition; Sir Richard Burton leads Welsh poet Dylan Thomas' "Play for Voices," recorded by the BBC.

Selected Shorts: Food Fictions

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Host Isaiah ShefferI reads "Country Cooking from Central France: Roast Boned Rolled Stuffed Shoulder of Lamb (Farce Double)," Harry Mathews' apocryphal tale of a French...