Gideon Brower

Gideon Brower

Independent Producer

Producer

Gideon Brower is a humorist and screenwriter based in Los Angeles. His radio features, documentaries and commentaries air on NPR stations locally and nationally. He has contributed to Joe Frank's radio programs and sometimes fills in as producer on KCRW's To the Point and Which Way, LA? with Warren Olney.


Gideon Brower on KCRW

Have you ever wondered how an artwork winds up in the collection of a museum?

LACMA curators lobby donors to buy their objects of desire

Have you ever wondered how an artwork winds up in the collection of a museum?

from Design and Architecture

In this intimate radio portrait of one of music’s most legendary eccentric geniuses, writer Kristine McKenna offers you a visceral experience of what it was like to be friends with Don…

Electricity: Conversations With Captain Beefheart

In this intimate radio portrait of one of music’s most legendary eccentric geniuses, writer Kristine McKenna offers you a visceral experience of what it was like to be friends with Don…

from Lost Notes

President Trump’s first year in office has impacted Americans well beyond policy. He’s in every story, in everything, it seems.

President Trump and the imagined war on Christmas

President Trump’s first year in office has impacted Americans well beyond policy. He’s in every story, in everything, it seems.

from One Year Later

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Let’s play ball! There’s a $100 million renovation coming to Chavez Ravine.

from Design and Architecture

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from Bookworm

Edward Goldman talks about plenty of sex and drama at the exhibition of British artist Sarah Lucas at the Hammer Museum.

from Art Talk

For years, The CW and Netflix had a deal that worked well for both of them. With that pact now done, The CW looks toward a different kind of digital future.

from Screengrab

A remarkable documentary called "Aquarela" is about water--really and truly about water and its effect on the planet.

from Film Reviews

Julianne Moore joins us with her husband, writer-director Bart Freundlich, to talk about their careers and their new drama, ‘After the Wedding,’ the fourth film they’ve made together.

from The Business

This week saw the long-awaited recombining of CBS and Viacom.

from Hollywood Breakdown

In the past few years there's been a very real invasion from Mexico--by remarkably gifted filmmakers.

from Film Reviews

Comedian David Alan Grier on the comedy of retirement in "The Cool Kids".

from The Treatment