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Fishko Files from WNYC

Arts • History • Society-and-culture

WNYC's Sara Fishko with sound-rich essays on art, culture, music and media - past and present.

Popular episodes

Vast Wasteland

May 7 • 07:01

On May 9th, 1961, a still-celebrated speech rocked the world of broadcast television. In it, FCC Chairman Newton Minow zeroed in on television's vapid programming landscape, and the words "vast wasteland" became a contemporary catchphrase. More from WNYC's Sara Fishko in this edition of Fishko Files....

Empire State: Going Up

Apr 30 • 07:11

Stanwyck & Co.

Apr 23 • 07:08

Poets' Voices

Apr 16 • 06:55

Peter and the Wolf

Apr 9 • 07:29

Bernstein, Made for TV

Apr 2 • 00:00

When we produced a feature on the celebrated Leonard Bernstein concert-broadcasts known as the Young People's Concerts (1958-1972), we were thrilled to find Roger Englander, the celebrated producer and director of the broadcasts, still alive. The interview is contained in this Fishko Files, which we replay in honor of Englander - who died recently at the age of 94. ...

Sibling Harmony

Mar 26 • 08:03


Mar 19 • 07:16

Michael Rabin

Mar 12 • 07:52

James M. Cain

Mar 5 • 07:20

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