What does it take to be a war correspondent? What kind of person is drawn to cover death and destruction, and why? Does the reporting make any difference?
Jan. 1, 2019from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
The new film ‘ A Private War ’ tells the story of journalist Marie Colvin, a war correspondent who wrote visceral and award-winning reports for the British newspaper The Sunday Times…
Nov. 16, 2018from The Business
What does it take to be a war correspondent? What kind of person is drawn to cover death and destruction, and why? And crucially, does the reporting make any difference?
Nov. 12, 2018from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
The smell of gasoline imparts nausea and a heartfelt nostalgia on HBM producer Bethany Denton.
Feb. 19from Here Be Monsters
Rotting fruit is made out of semi precious stones, a group show centers around witches, and paintings depict figures floating through water.
Feb. 18from Arts & Culture Stories
The series marked Byrd’s first time music supervising a project.
Feb. 18from KCRW Features
Why does an architect have to be like a “camel in the desert?” Daniel Libeskind explains why in a conversation about his new book “Edge of Order.”
Feb. 18from Design and Architecture
A new screen version of "The Call of the Wild" is calling to us; it's the Jack London story of a California dog named buck who goes native in the Yukon of the Gold Rush days.
Feb. 21from Film Reviews
This is Rob Long and on today’s Martini Shot I reveal what a friend of mine confessed to me years ago.
Feb. 26from Martini Shot
Just a few years ago, reality TV was in a major slump. Now the genre is experiencing a revival, thanks in part to innovative programs on Netflix.
Feb. 25from Screengrab
This week, color plays a vital role in paintings, ikebana, and indigenous pigments.
Feb. 25from Arts & Culture Stories
This is Rob Long, and on today’s Martini Shot I get really angry at something that hasn’t happened yet, and then get angry when it doesn’t happen, and then don’t know what to do with…
Feb. 12from Martini Shot