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Harlem


24:24 minutes (27.93 MB)
Date Broadcast: 
Thu, 18 Aug 2011

Late City Edition producer Daro Behroozi sits down with Jonathan Gill to discuss his book Harlem.

All The Art That’s Fit To Print


28:13 minutes (32.3 MB)
Date Broadcast: 
Thu, 15 Nov 2012

Late City Edition Producer Erica Getto conducted a live interview with former New York Times Op-Ed Art Director Jerelle Kraus about her book All The Art That’s Fit To Print (And Some That Wasn’t): Inside The New York Times Op-Ed Page. The book explores the history of the revolutionary op-ed page and its accompanying art; in addition to discussing the book, we also discussed the impact and future of political artwork in print and online.

Bronx Redistricting


29:53 minutes (34.21 MB)

An interview with Late City Edition producer Petal Larky and Bronx superintendent Althea Serrant.

Minutemen Protests


9:40 minutes (11.06 MB)

The News Department sits down with Students for Environmental and Economic Justice's Jesse Leiken to discuss Columbia's Minutemen protests.

Barnard Tenure


31:53 minutes (29.19 MB)
Date Broadcast: 
Mon, 15 Apr 2013

Late City Edition producer Erica Getto sat down with Blue & White contributors Naomi Cohen and Claire Heyison to discuss the Barnard College tenure process and why Bashir Abu-Manneh left hist professorial post at Barnard.

Feminism / Lauren Herold


32:29 minutes (37.17 MB)
Date Broadcast: 
Thu, 16 Feb 2012

Late City Edition producer Brenda Salinas takes a trip down Columbia University's College Walk with undergraduate Lauren Herold, a feminist and women's rights advocate.

High Price


22:35 minutes (25.84 MB)
Date Broadcast: 
Tue, 18 Jun 2013

Late City Edition Producer Erica Getto sat down with Dr. Carl Hart discuss his recent book High Price. A memoir that features science and sociology research, High Price offers a groundbreaking critique of drug policy in America. Hear Dr. Hart discuss his background, his research, and his findings’ social and political implications.

El Diario/La Prensa Collection


16:30 minutes (15.11 MB)
Date Broadcast: 
Mon, 17 Jun 2013

Producer Erica Getto sat down with Professor Frances Negrón-Muntaner to discuss Columbia University’s recent acquisition of 5000 El Diario/La Prensa photographs spanning 40 years. Negrón-Muntaner, who directs Columbia’s Center for the Study of Race and Ethnicity, curated the collection from New York’s oldest Spanish-speaking newspaper. Tune in to hear about the curation process, the photographs’ content, and their cultural and historical implications.

Matthew Miele (Re: Scatter My Ashes at Bergdorf's), Hosted by Diane Cohen


30:22 minutes (27.8 MB)
Date Broadcast: 
Thu, 6 Jun 2013

Tune in at 9:30 PM for a discussion with director Matthew Miele on his latest film, "Scatter My Ashes At Bergdorf's." The film is a documentary that explores the history and importance of the legendary fashion department store, Bergdorf Goodman's. It includes interviews with fashion designers, style gurus, and celebrities, including Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, Karl Lagerfeld, Vera Wang, Marc Jacobs, and more. Hosted by Diane Cohen.

Asghar Farhadi (Re: A Separation), Hosted by Blair McClendon


20:00 minutes (18.31 MB)
Date Broadcast: 
Sun, 30 Oct 2011

Musician's Show [part III]


21:10 minutes (38.72 MB)
Date Broadcast: 
Wed, 28 Nov 2012

Musician's Show with alto saxophonist Lars Haake, aired on November 28, 2012. Lars plays music from his latest album, In The Picture, shares songs dedicated to his friends, and discusses his musical influences. Hosted by Dylan Kario.

Musician's Show [part II]


21:32 minutes (39.4 MB)
Date Broadcast: 
Wed, 28 Nov 2012

Musician's Show with alto saxophonist Lars Haake, aired on November 28, 2012. Lars plays music from his latest album, In The Picture, shares songs dedicated to his friends, and discusses his musical influences. Hosted by Dylan Kario.

Musician's Show [part I]


30:30 minutes (55.78 MB)
Date Broadcast: 
Wed, 28 Nov 2012

Musician's Show with alto saxophonist Lars Haake, aired on November 28, 2012. Lars plays music from his latest album, In The Picture, shares songs dedicated to his friends, and discusses his musical influences. Hosted by Dylan Kario.

Astrophysics


24:13 minutes (55.45 MB)
Date Broadcast: 
Tue, 20 Nov 2012

Late City Edition Producer Eli Ben-Michael sat down with theoretical cosmologist Janna Levin '88 BC - an associate professor of physics and astronomy at Barnard College - to discuss astrophysics and space exploration, including how and why we reach beyond the earth and what are we learning.

SWS Workers


26:11 minutes (29.97 MB)
Date Broadcast: 
Tue, 12 Mar 2013

As part of Late City Edition's ongoing Student-Worker Solidarity series, producer Erica Getto interviewed two Faculty House workers to discuss what’s at stake in their contract negotiations and how they have been working with students to finally advocate for themselves after over 20 years of employment at Columbia.

Premilla Nadasem


16:08 minutes (18.47 MB)
Date Broadcast: 
Tue, 21 May 2013

Late City Edition Producer Frances Mayo interviews Premilla Nadasem in this follow-up to the Columbia University Faculty House negotiations.

SWS Organizers


23:05 minutes (26.42 MB)
Date Broadcast: 
Thu, 7 Mar 2013

This show kicked off Late City Edition's coverage of on-campus group Student-Worker Solidarity’s advocating for Columbia University Faculty House workers. Producer Erica Getto brought two of the group’s student organizers – Jane and George – to the studios to discuss the group’s previous work in the community, its current role in the Faculty House workers’ contract negotiations, and whether their work marks the return of Columbia’s historic student activism.

Joshua Fisher, Armed Conflict Forecasting


28:36 minutes (32.73 MB)
Date Broadcast: 
Tue, 4 Dec 2012

In this month's collaboration with The Advanced Consortium on Cooperation, Conflict, and Complexity (AC4), a conversation between Professor Peter Coleman and Dr. Joshua Fisher. The duo discussed Dr. Fisher’s work developing forecast models for potential armed conflict as part of WKCR’s monthly collaborative series with Columbia’s Advanced Consortium on Conflict, Cooperation, and Complexity at the Earth Institute.

Aldo Civico, Gang Violence


29:20 minutes (33.58 MB)
Date Broadcast: 
Mon, 11 Mar 2013

In this month’s collaboration with The Advanced Consortium on Cooperation, Conflict, and Complexity (AC4), Professor Coleman was joined in the studios by Professor Aldo Civico, director of Columbia's Center for International Conflict Resolution. The pair discussed Civico’s work studying and mediating gang violence from Newark to Colombia.

Political Comics


24:18 minutes (27.8 MB)
Date Broadcast: 
Thu, 1 Nov 2012

Late City Edition Producer Erica Getto explored the history and impact of political comic books through a number of interviews and research findings. Interviewees included Karen Green, a Columbia University Librarian specializing in Ancient & Medieval History and Graphic Novel; comic seller John Verzel of Comic Heaven; graphic novelist and author of A Once Crowded Sky Tom King; Archie comic artist Fernando Ruiz; Vescell artist and author Enrique Carrion; and WWIII Illustrated and Spy vs. Spy’s Peter Kuper.

University Divestment


30:17 minutes (27.73 MB)
Date Broadcast: 
Mon, 27 May 2013

Late City Edition Producer Frances Mayo sits down with climate activist and founder of 350.org Bill McKibben and Barnard student Alex Hastings to discuss university divestment.

Laura Garcia Lorca, Christopher Maurer, Andres Soria Olmedo (Re: Lorca in New York), hosted by Mahima Chablani


35:28 minutes (32.48 MB)
Date Broadcast: 
Thu, 2 May 2013

A three-person interview in honor of Lorca in New York: A Celebration, the largest-ever festival celebrating Spanish poet and playwright Federico García Lorca. Laura García Lorca, the niece of Lorca, tells the fascinating story of Lorca’s arrival to NYC, where he stayed from 1929 – 1930 and enrolled at Columbia University. As scholars of Lorca, Christopher Maurer and Andrés Soria Omledo share insight on the poet’s influence on English and Spanish literature and read letters and poems from “Poet in New York.” A list of festival events can be found at lorcanyc.com. Hosted by Mahima Chablani.

Thomas Francine (Re: The Greater Good), hosted by Emily Fenster


29:18 minutes (26.83 MB)
Date Broadcast: 
Thu, 9 May 2013

Emily Fenster speaks with Thomas Francine about his film, "The Greater Good: A Hitchhike Perspective." Francine has hitchhiked more than 26,000 miles throughout the United States and around the world. He interviewed countless strangers and fellow hitchhikers to discuss the rewards of hitchhiking as well as the stigmas surrounding it. The film focuses on the unexpected acts of kindness and the "greater good" that Francine experienced during his travels.

Emilie McDonald (Re: Crossing the River), hosted by Jackson Arn


24:29 minutes (22.42 MB)
Date Broadcast: 
Tue, 30 Apr 2013

Filmmaker Emilie McDonald joins Jackson Arn to discuss her latest short film, "Crossing the River," which explores present-day racism in the South. The film was shot on location in rural South Carolina. For more information about the film, check out http://crossingtheriverfilm.wordpress.com/tag/films-by-emilie-mcdonald/

Adam Leon (Re: Gimme the Loot), Hosted by Zoe Flood Tardino


38:33 minutes (35.29 MB)
Date Broadcast: 
Thu, 18 Apr 2013

Filmmaker Adam Leon joins Zoë Flood Tardino to discuss his first feature film, "Gimme the Loot." The film follows Malcolm and Sofia, two teenage graffiti-writers from the Bronx, on their quest to find $500 so that they can tag the Mets' home run apple. They commit petty crimes and travel through rough sections of New York, but ultimately explore the joys of youth and friendship. For more information, visit http://gimmethelootmovie.com/

Interview - Part 2


11:56 minutes (16.39 MB)

Phone interview with the Persian Clasical vocalist Bahar Movahed, right before her debut concert in New York. Recorded on April 10th, 2013. Hosted by Ahmet Ali Arslan.

Interview - Part 1


5:05 minutes (6.97 MB)
Date Broadcast: 
Fri, 19 Apr 2013

Phone interview with the Persian Clasical vocalist Bahar Movahed, right before her debut concert in New York. Recorded on April 10th, 2013. Hosted by Ahmet Ali Arslan.

Punderdome Interview


43:13 minutes (49.47 MB)
Date Broadcast: 
Sun, 31 Mar 2013

The dynamic father-daughter duo Fred and Jo Firestone join Frances Mayo to discuss the Punderdome 3000, a wordplay tournament that is the talk (or pun) of the town. At the Punderdome, people change their identities. They eat entire cakes in 90 seconds. There are matching Hawaiian shirts, Human Clap-o-Meters, Rodney Dangerfield impersonations, and PayDay candy bars flying through the room. The interview is interspersed with live recordings from the Punderdome. The Punderdome is hosted monthly at Littlefield in Brooklyn. For more information, please visit www.punderdome.com

SWS Interview March 2013 (Workers / Erica Getto) - Part 2


11:11 minutes (12.8 MB)

As part of our ongoing Student-Worker Solidarity series, we interviewed two Faculty House workers to discuss what’s at stake in their contract negotiations and how they have been working with students to finally advocate for themselves after over 20 years of employment at Columbia. (Part 2)

SWS Interview March 2013 (Workers / Erica) - Part 1


15:00 minutes (17.17 MB)

As part of our ongoing Student-Worker Solidarity series, we interviewed two Faculty House workers to discuss what’s at stake in their contract negotiations and how they have been working with students to finally advocate for themselves after over 20 years of employment at Columbia. (Part 1)

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