Joe Wilson

Career diplomat and US Ambassador

Guest

Career diplomat and US ambassador; author of The Politics of Truth: A Diplomat's Memoir: Inside the Lies that Led to War and Betrayed My Wife's CIA Identity, which, in part, formed the basis for the movie, Fair Game; husband of Valerie Plame

Joe Wilson on KCRW

Plame and Wilson on the Big Screen; A Producer's Audio Diary

from The Business

More from KCRW

Filmmaker Edgar Wright's new music documentary “The Sparks Brothers” celebrates two musicians whose work he loves.

from The Business

For nearly the past decade, media mogul Barry Diller has backed award-winning movies and Broadway shows from now embattled mega-producer Scott Rudin.

from The Business

Writer-Director Quentin Tarantino on loneliness in his films.

from The Treatment

More than a dozen children died in the last five years while in the custody of LA’s Department of Children and Family Services.

from Greater LA

Over the decades Steven Soderbergh has made some of the most distinctive films in cinema history--plus a few clunkers, the cost of audacity.

from Film Reviews

Former independent music venue the Bootleg Theater, which last week announced its closure after more than 20 years in operation, will reopen this fall as a new community performing…

from Music News

The LA Tourism and Convention Board recently updated the town’s official logo for the first time in almost a decade.

from KCRW Features

Today the LA City Council approved new rules targeting people who sit, sleep and store their belongings near building entrances, freeway underpasses, parks, homeless shelters, day care…

from Greater LA

Jack Skelley speaks about his new book, “Dennis Wilson and Charlie Manson,” and the bad Beach Boy’s intersection with a serial killer.

from Bookworm