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WNYC's Sara Fishko with sound-rich essays on art, culture, music and media - past and present.
 
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So much of the art created by Andy Warhol is familiar, and as WNYC's Sara Fishko tells us, we think we know all about him. But a major retrospective of Warhol's vast body of work is almost over at the Whitney Museum - only 10 more days to see it - and it opens our eyes. More, in this episode of Fishko Files. Andy Warhol: From A to B and Back Ag ...…
 
So much of the art created by Andy Warhol is familiar, and as WNYC's Sara Fishko tells us, we think we know all about him. But a major retrospective of Warhol's vast body of work is almost over at the Whitney Museum - only 10 more days to see it - and it opens our eyes. More, in this episode of Fishko Files. Andy Warhol: From A to B and Back Ag ...…
 
In 1959, a British-made series was in full swing on American TV. So was the Hollywood Blacklist. Sara Fishko has the story of how the two came together. (Produced in 2010)
 
In 1959, a British-made series was in full swing on American TV. So was the Hollywood Blacklist. Sara Fishko has the story of how the two came together. (Produced in 2010)
 
March is Women's History Month, a perfect time for this archival Fishko Files - in which Ms. Sara Fishko relates the twists and turns in the story of the honorific "Ms." and how it finally broke through. (Produced in 2012)
 
March is Women's History Month, a perfect time for this archival Fishko Files - in which Ms. Sara Fishko relates the twists and turns in the story of the honorific "Ms." and how it finally broke through. (Produced in 2012)
 
Often, dramatic biographical movies about artists can't help but strike a false note. After all - you don't get to see much art being made. WNYC's Sara Fishko points to one film - a documentary - that actually fills the screen with art in progress. (Produced in 2000) Henri-Georges Clouzot's 1956 documentary The Mystery of Picasso plays at Film ...…
 
Often, dramatic biographical movies about artists can't help but strike a false note. After all - you don't get to see much art being made. WNYC's Sara Fishko points to one film - a documentary - that actually fills the screen with art in progress. (Produced in 2000) Henri-Georges Clouzot's 1956 documentary The Mystery of Picasso plays at Film ...…
 
It's 70 years since Oscar Peterson's U.S. debut at Carnegie Hall. Not only that, but we're coming up on the centenary of Nat 'King' Cole. As WNYC's Sara Fishko tells us, the two musicians knew - and listened - to each other. More, in this episode of Fishko Files. Six star pianists pay tribute to Oscar Peterson Friday, February 22 and Saturday, ...…
 
It's 70 years since Oscar Peterson's U.S. debut at Carnegie Hall. Not only that, but we're coming up on the centenary of Nat 'King' Cole. As WNYC's Sara Fishko tells us, the two musicians knew - and listened - to each other. More, in this episode of Fishko Files. Six star pianists pay tribute to Oscar Peterson Friday, February 22 and Saturday, ...…
 
As Lincoln's birthday gives way to Presidents' Day, Fishko Files takes you back to the 1930s, when a remarkable partnership between culture and politics sought to inspire a population weakened by the Great Depression. Through movies, music, literature, and drama, America looked back to Lincoln. (Produced in 2017) Thomas Doherty is a cultural hi ...…
 
As Lincoln's birthday gives way to Presidents' Day, Fishko Files takes you back to the 1930s, when a remarkable partnership between culture and politics sought to inspire a population weakened by the Great Depression. Through movies, music, literature, and drama, America looked back to Lincoln. (Produced in 2017) Thomas Doherty is a cultural hi ...…
 
The much praised and multi Oscar-nominated film Roma is about the work and home life of a housekeeper in Mexico City. As WNYC's Sara Fishko tells us, that film recalls a moment in Italy in the 1940s - when movies looked for inspiration in the everyday. More, in this episode of Fishko Files. Rome, Open City (1945), Bicycle Thieves (1948), and Th ...…
 
The much praised and multi Oscar-nominated film Roma is about the work and home life of a housekeeper in Mexico City. As WNYC's Sara Fishko tells us, that film recalls a moment in Italy in the 1940s - when movies looked for inspiration in the everyday. More, in this episode of Fishko Files. Rome, Open City (1945), Bicycle Thieves (1948), and Th ...…
 
Jonas Mekas died at 96 last week after a distinguished, anti-conventional life in movies that began many decades ago in New York. In this archival Fishko Files, Mekas considers, for a very short time, his work with Andy Warhol on a very long film - Empire.
 
Jonas Mekas died at 96 last week after a distinguished, anti-conventional life in movies that began many decades ago in New York. In this archival Fishko Files, Mekas considers, for a very short time, his work with Andy Warhol on a very long film - Empire.
 
Elaine May was honored, some years ago, at the Film Society of Lincoln Center - and she actually showed up (rare). What's more, Mike Nichols showed up to join her. Sara Fishko was lucky enough to be there, that night, and this Fishko Files is the result. (Produced in 2006) The film series ELAINE MAY begins this week at Film Forum, with May's fi ...…
 
Elaine May was honored, some years ago, at the Film Society of Lincoln Center - and she actually showed up (rare). What's more, Mike Nichols showed up to join her. Sara Fishko was lucky enough to be there, that night, and this Fishko Files is the result. (Produced in 2006) The film series ELAINE MAY begins this week at Film Forum, with May's fi ...…
 
The New York-born songwriter Johnny Green died 30 years ago. His best known song was "Body and Soul," and as WNYC's Sara Fishko tells us, that tune has charmed and challenged musicians through the ages. More, in this episode of Fishko Files.
 
The New York-born songwriter Johnny Green died 30 years ago. His best known song was "Body and Soul," and as WNYC's Sara Fishko tells us, that tune has charmed and challenged musicians through the ages. More, in this episode of Fishko Files.
 
60 years ago, in 1959, Dave Brubeck released one of the landmark recordings of the 20th century: Time Out, which played with off-beat time signatures. Our archival piece, Five Four Time, considers unconventional musical time – and its persistent coolness, here in the west. (Produced in 2008)
 
60 years ago, in 1959, Dave Brubeck released one of the landmark recordings of the 20th century: Time Out, which played with off-beat time signatures. Our archival piece, Five Four Time, considers unconventional musical time – and its persistent coolness, here in the west. (Produced in 2008)
 
Despite the persistent rain in New York a few days ago, the usual crowds celebrated New Year's Eve in Times Square, shoulder to shoulder. We are, after all, in this together. When we do things not only together, but in the same key, in the same way, with the same steps, sounds, or movements, it has a particular power. Here is this archival Fish ...…
 
Despite the persistent rain in New York a few days ago, the usual crowds celebrated New Year's Eve in Times Square, shoulder to shoulder. We are, after all, in this together. When we do things not only together, but in the same key, in the same way, with the same steps, sounds, or movements, it has a particular power. Here is this archival Fish ...…
 
Few people in history had as much access to the great midcentury jazz musicians as W. Eugene Smith - born 100 years ago this week, on December 30, 1918. The famous LIFE magazine photographer left his home and family in a New York suburb and moved to a rundown loft building on 6th Avenue, in the heart of Manhattan’s Flower District. As Smith pri ...…
 
Few people in history had as much access to the great midcentury jazz musicians as W. Eugene Smith - born 100 years ago this week, on December 30, 1918. The famous LIFE magazine photographer left his home and family in a New York suburb and moved to a rundown loft building on 6th Avenue, in the heart of Manhattan’s Flower District. As Smith pri ...…
 
'Tis the season of great music - especially Baroque music. This Fishko Files zooms into an extreme close-up of one of J.S. Bach's most popular and memorable violin pieces. (Produced in 2003)
 
'Tis the season of great music - especially Baroque music. This Fishko Files zooms into an extreme close-up of one of J.S. Bach's most popular and memorable violin pieces. (Produced in 2003)
 
With an adaptation of Network on Broadway, here is this archival Fishko Files on its mad-as-hell screenwriter and creator, Paddy Chayefsky. (Produced in 2006)
 
Robert Frank's The Americans was published in France in 1958, came to America in 1959, and is said to have changed everything for the art of photography. Frank is our guest in this archival edition of Fishko Files. (Produced in 2009)
 
80 years ago, in 1938, clarinetist and bandleader Artie Shaw recorded an arrangement of the Cole Porter tune "Begun the Beguine," and in an instant it rose to the top of the charts - which, as far as Shaw was concerned, was a very mixed blessing. More, in this archival Fishko Files. (Produced in 2010)…
 
Toward the end of this Leonard Bernstein centennial year, as WNYC's Sara Fishko tells us, there's yet another landmark to celebrate: 75 years since the young Bernstein dazzled the world with his New York Philharmonic conducting debut. To mark the occasion: this archival Fishko Files.
 
A new photo book out this week, Art Kane: Harlem 1958, celebrates the famous "Jazz in Harlem" photo created 60 years ago. The book features the contact sheets, quotations, and biographies behind the beloved picture, telling its story frame by frame. As WNYC's Sara Fishko tells us, one player in the picture's drama still remembers the day it was ...…
 
Ida Lupino (1918-1995) was a film business pioneer - a tough but tender actress who turned herself into a movie director, having been only the second woman to be inducted into the Director's Guild in 1950. In honor of her centenary, commemorated by Film Forum with a Lupino film festival, we bring you a Fishko Files meditation on her life and wo ...…
 
As the new "A Star is Born" continues to hold steady at the box office (#2!), this archival Fishko Files considers the world of movie remakes. As Sara Fishko tells us, they keep on coming - for good or ill. (Produced in 2004) Since the production of this episode in 2004, director Jonathan Demme has died.…
 
New York-born master filmmaker Alan Pakula died just 20 years ago in an auto accident. Pakula produced "To Kill a Mockingbird" and directed "Sophie's Choice," among many others. As WNYC's Sara Fishko tells us in this edition of Fishko Files, some of his films are not getting old - they're getting new. Amy Taubin is a film critic and contributin ...…
 
Historians can't seem to nail down an exact date for the birth of African-American composer Scott Joplin, but they think he was born between 149-150 years ago, probably in November 1868. This Fishko Files invites his biographer Edward Berlin to consider Joplin's life, and offers a taste of his now-celebrated work, from "Maple Leaf Rag" to "Tree ...…
 
Jazz great Thelonious Monk was famous for his unorthodox approach, both at the piano and in his personal style. Even now, on his 101st birth anniversary, listening to Monk can be habit-forming – as well as life-changing – according to pianist Jason Moran. (Produced in 2007) A forthcoming book on Jason Moran, in conjunction with the exhibition J ...…
 
It's 65 years since the launch of Playboy Magazine in 1953. In this Fishko Files, an excerpt from the podcast The United States of Anxiety, Episode 4. WNYC's Sara Fishko tells the story of how, about halfway through the 20th century, Hugh Hefner's Playboy contributed to "men's liberation." To hear the full episode, visit The United States on An ...…
 
French filmmaker Jean Vigo's short life contained enough drama for dozens of movies. Vigo - who died at 29 - only made a few, and by now every frame he shot and directed is considered gold. More, in this archival Fishko Files. (Produced in 2011) At Film Forum, continuing through next Tuesday, October 2, The Complete Jean Vigo features new resto ...…
 
Fifteen years ago, in the fall of 2003, the Frank Gehry-designed Walt Disney Concert Hall opened in downtown Los Angeles after a protracted struggle over money, design, and politics. WNYC's Sara Fishko was in LA for the hall's debut - and returned with this Fishko Files. (Produced in 2003)
 
The songwriter/actor/singer Hoagy Carmichael (1899-1981) began his musical career working as a piano player at a fraternity dance in 1918. He went on to write and perform countless classic tunes. Carmichael was also a familiar figure, usually spinning out stories while sitting at an upright piano, in some high-profile Hollywood films. WNYC's Sa ...…
 
Many decades after Marilyn Monroe's death in August of 1962, her image - often imitated, but never quite duplicated - is still everywhere. WNYC's Sara Fishko has more, in this archival Fishko Files. (Produced in 2011)
 
The days of summer are numbered, but, as WNYC's Sara Fishko tells us, a notable Whitney Museum summer exhibit will be on view for another month. More, in this edition of Fishko Files. History Keeps Me Awake at Night is on at the Whitney through September 30. For tickets and more information on David Wojnarowicz, visit the Whitney online. The Wh ...…
 
This week, we feature both Leonard Bernstein, that great composer-conductor-writer-teacher, born in August 100 years ago, as well as Glenn Gould, that remarkable pianist-thinker-arranger-writer, born 86 years ago this September. These two had a rocky collaboration in 1962, the story of which is told by Sara Fishko in this archival Fishko Files. ...…
 
In 2000, after recording five members of the New York Philharmonic recalling their former, beloved music director, Leonard Bernstein, Sara Fishko felt she had nothing to add to their very specific, compelling memories - except music, perhaps. Here are the orchestra players in this archival Fishko Files, in honor of the much-celebrated, long-ant ...…
 
With temperatures in New York soaring to 90 degrees and above this week, we bring you this archival Fishko Files. WNYC’s Sara Fishko explores the masterful Gershwin tune and the many ways its interpreters say “summer.” (Produced in 2001)
 
Andy Warhol was born on August 6, 1928, and 'dreamt himself' out of his Pittsburgh childhood into his extraordinary celebrity life. Sara Fishko and guests consider how Warhol's own fandom figured into his self-creation, in this archival Fishko Files. (Produced in 2001)
 
Music producer Hal Willner presents a free outdoor concert tomorrow night, featuring the work of one of his favorite composers, Nino Rota. As WNYC's Sara Fishko tells us, Willner's musical life began while LPs were still spinning out a rich musical menu. More, in this edition of Fishko Files. Lincoln Center Out of Doors presents Hal Willner's A ...…
 
It's 75 years since the publication of one of author James M. Cain's major claims to fame: Double Indemnity, the crime novel that was adapted by Raymond Chandler for the celebrated film directed by Billy Wilder. Guests Eddie Muller and David Madden help Sara Fishko sort out the impact of Cain's style in this archival Fishko Files. (Produced in ...…
 
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