Jeff Emtman is the producer of the Here Be Monsters podcast in Seattle, Washington.
Most of the ocean floor has never been mapped in detail. Some scientists are trying to change that, using sonar to see what satellites can’t.
Dec. 11from Here Be Monsters
How to make the president say what he never said.
Nov. 27from Here Be Monsters
A cancer researcher grows tired of euthanizing monkeys.
Nov. 13from Here Be Monsters
I’m guessing the last thing you need is another “to do” on your holiday list…but I want you to add one more. You need to go see “Jitney” at the Mark Taper Forum.
Nov. 25from Opening the Curtain
When a studio executive “suggested” that Greta Gerwig change the ending she had devised for her version of "Little Women," Gerwig channeled Jo March, the fiery heroine of the Louisa…
Dec. 6from The Business
In her feature film debut, ‘Queen & Slim’, director Melina Matsoukas has made a road drama that examines African American stereotypes and flipped them on their heads.
Nov. 28from The Treatment
Remember being a teenager? If you are now or ever were a teenager, you've probably had to navigate some tricky social waters. Who's cool? Who's a poser?
Dec. 2from Opening the Curtain
And How Are You, Dr. Sacks?: A Biographical Memoir of Oliver Sacks by Lawrence Weschler is a book that can only be itself.
Dec. 5from Bookworm
Quentin Tarantino’s “Once Upon A Time In Hollywood” builds a soundtrack out of vintage radio spots, commercials, and music.
Dec. 11from KCRW Features
A new film about the CIA torture report brings to life the brutal reality of the crimes the agency committed post-9/11.
Nov. 29from Scheer Intelligence
The west coast is called the west coast for a reason. When you look out at the ocean, you’re facing west. That’s not the case along the coast of Santa Barbara.
Nov. 22from KCRW Features
It's the annual Screengrab Thanksgiving episode, the 2019 edition! This year Mike and Joe are thankful for some new dramas and retro comedies.
Nov. 26from Screengrab