Producer, 'The Organist'
A holiday broadcast presentation of The Organist, featuring some of the show's best stories.
Dec. 31, 2015from The Organist
Jenny Slate reads Lena Dunham’s Erotic Male Jewish Comedian Fan Fiction; plus Frank Serpico and Sarah Vowell.
Nov. 20, 2015from The Organist
Barbara Maier started giving singing lessons to musical theater singers and cantors at Hebrew Union college.
Mar. 10, 2015from The Organist
Think of something you love. Something you’re really passionate about; something that, at least in your mind, can either be done right or really wrong. Maybe it’s a sport? Or a recipe?
Oct. 14from Opening the Curtain
The annual on-air presentation of KCRW’s Radio Race shares the five winning audio pieces.
Sep. 24from News Special Programming
Charles Jencks, architect, landscape designer and prodigious writer, has died at age 80. He made a mark from the halls of UCLA to the hills of Scotland.
Oct. 17from Design and Architecture
This week: Find out what L.A.'s urban landscape reveals to an artist/motorcycle designer; learn about India's mesmerizing stepwells at a show of Victoria Lautman's photographs; go to…
Oct. 14from Design and Architecture
Todd Phillips' super-villain origin story 'Joker' already won top prize at Venice. But now there are fears the dark and violent movie could incite actual violence.
Oct. 4from Hollywood Breakdown
This is Rob Long and on today’s Martini Shot I suddenly remember I blocked someone’s number when I see on Facebook that they’ve died, and yes I know that makes me a bad person.
Oct. 9from Martini Shot
Examining Berlin’s impact as the world’s uncontested center of cool.
Oct. 14from The Fink + Forty Show
The theme of this year’s KCRW 24-Hour Radio Race was “Where the Sun Don’t Shine”. One entry received the Nocturne Award.
Sep. 24from Nocturne
The structure of Emma Donoghue’s Akin leads the reader through one surprise after another.
Sep. 26from Bookworm