Discussion on the NBA, NFL lockout, paying college athletes and more on sports head Tom Di Benedetto's final Firing Lion. Hosted by Tom with panel: Gigi Clark, Lucas Shaw, Sam Tydings, Nick Bloom, Ryan Young and Raahi Sheth.
Highlights of Columbia football's wild double-overtime win over Brown in the final game of the 2011 season, avoiding a winless season. Also known as #WinOrGoWinless Saturday. Announcers: Sam Tydings, Nick Bloom, Ryan Young.
Commentary on Pete Mangurian's remarks during this week's Ivy League Football conference call and some MLB discussion following the trading deadline. Hosted by Ryan Young with panelists Yale Reisman and Charlie Wojcik.
Final 10 minutes plus postgame audio from Columbia men's basketball's victory in the 1967-1968 one-game playoff over Princeton to win its only Ivy League Title. March 5, 1968 from Alumni Hall in Queens. Announcers: Bob Kahan and Jay Levine.
Second and last part of an interview with Luis Perez-Orama, The Estrellita Brodsky Curator of Latin American Paintings and Drawings at MoMA. One of the curators of the exhibit "Lygia Clark, The Abandonment of Art," on show at MoMA until August 24, 2014, Mr. Oramas discusses in depth the life and works of the Brazilian artist Lygia Clark. Hosted by Augusto Ghiotto
In June’s collaboration with the Advanced Consortium for Cooperation, Conflict, and Complexity, (AC4) features a conversation with Chris Blattman. Dr. Blattman explains how employment opportunities and plain old cash incentives can help high-risk men in Liberia avoid seeking out work as mercenary soldiers.
First part of an interview with Luis Perez-Orama, The Estrellita Brodsky Curator of Latin American Paintings and Drawings at MoMA. One of the curators of the exhibit "Lygia Clark, The Abandonment of Art," on show at MoMA until August 24, 2014, Mr. Oramas discusses in depth the life and works of the Brazilian artist Lygia Clark. Hosted by Augusto Ghiotto
An interview with Simon Wynberg, the Artistic Director of the ARC Ensemble. Founded in 2002, the ARC Ensemble is dedicated to reviving the works of composers forgotten during periods of political upheaval. The group is in New York to perform chamber works of Mieczyslaw Weinberg before the Lincoln Center Festival and Houston Grand Opera's presentation of The Passenger at the Park Avenue Armory. This interview was conducted on July 9, 2014.
Includes interview with author Jonathan Eig on Lou Gehrig and the 75th anniversary of his speech and a discussion on the World Cup along with other sports topics. Hosted by Ryan Young with panelists Yale Reisman, Mollie Galchus and Kristyn Brundidge.
A live interview with pianist and shakuhachi player Steve Cohn on the Musician's Show on WKCR from Wednesday, June 18th, 2014. Ever innovative, Steve has developed a unique style of improvisation over the course of his career, which has taken him across styles of jazz as well as across the world.