“I worked for Judith as a freelance radio producer/editor whilst we both lived in Chicago, producing a huge amount of material both for the BBC and US radio outlets. Judith taught me a huge amount about the art and craft of radio production (I had come from a more technical background).
She is a brilliant producer, utterly professional and brimming with creativity. She has a great sense of humour and is lovely to work with even when doing long hours under great time pressure.
I would willingly work with Judith anytime.”
Dave Harries. President of Communicate TV, UK.
Kwame Kwei-Armah explores his introduction to the legendary Black Mountain College outside of Asheville, North Carolina, that nurtured some of America’s finest mid twentieth century avant-garde artists, including John Cage, Merce Cunningham and Robert Rauschenburg. We take a look at what it was like to be a student there.
Alone in Jackson Pollock’s studio.
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Where is the masterpiece illustrating the events and aftermath of 9.11?
The story of the rise of America’s Home Box Office Channel with Stephen Merchant narrating.
The history of the Chicago improv org and its famous alums
The making of a musical around the South African song with Ladysmith Black Mambazo, Ntozange Shange and Steppenwolf Theatre
Native American, Hispanic and Anglo buildings and their legends
The historical figure behind the carol, recorded in Prague
The world’s longest creation myth from Sulawesi Indonesia
A crime novelist and an occult writer foreshadow their own deaths
The heroine of the story in the Apocrypha reinterpreted in art, music & literature
Stories about quilt making all over the US
The arts in Indonesia with a movie star guide