John H. Mitchell Television Archivist from the UCLA Film & Television Archive
In October 1959, Rod Serling launched a new TV experience called “The Twilight Zone.” It was black and white, shot on the Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer studio lot, and ran for five seasons.
Oct. 31from Greater LA
At the most fundamental level, the theater connects artists with an audience at one time, in one space. That's about presence.
Mar. 16from Opening the Curtain
When everyone is at home and practicing safe social distancing, how is the government going to count each person for the 2020 Census? Hear how the U.S.
Mar. 30from Greater LA
When the documentary/performance piece they institute caught the attention of Jason Segel, he decided to turn it into a shape shifting drama series about the need for community.
Mar. 18from The Treatment
Amid the coronavirus pandemic, TV production has almost entirely shut down.
Mar. 20from Hollywood Breakdown
Justin Jangwoo Kim, a political fundraiser, has agreed to plead guilty to a federal bribery charge for helping a real estate developer pay off an LA City Councilmember.
Mar. 20from KCRW Features
Some people are delivering household items and food while the rest of us are at home. How are those gig economy workers doing?
Mar. 19from Greater LA
This week, a major art fair goes digital as widespread gallery closures affect our community.
Mar. 17from Arts & Culture Stories
Dr. Michael Wilkes of UC Davis says his patients are worried about how their medical information might be used during this coronavirus pandemic.
Mar. 19from KCRW Features
Dr. Michael Wilkes of UC Davis tells us how he and his wife tried getting tested for COVID-19. His wife is a health care worker too. She developed a fever, dry cough, and aches.
Mar. 24from KCRW Features