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Webcasts and conversations from Columbia Journalism School in NYC.

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Arts Culture Beat: Musician Garland Jeffreys

On Thursday 25th, the MA Arts & Culture class will be interviewing musician Garland Jeffreys at the radio studio in Columbia Journalism School. Tune in at 10:00AM to listen to the show, and participate in the conversation by calling to 646 716 6968 or sending your questions via Twitter to @ArtsCultBeat.GarlandJeffreys has influenced multiple generations of musicians since the 1970s when he busted onto the scene in 1973 with the hit, "Wild in the Streets," which is making an appearance in the upcoming Netflix show "The Get Down." Growing up in Brooklyn, he attended Syracuse University as an art history major where he became friends with Lou Reed. While the mainstream does not know about him, he has worked with musicians such as Bruce Springsteen and David Johansen from the legendary New York Dolls. His 2011 album The King of in between was a considered one of the best of the year and given a significant promotional push, which included an appearance on The Late Show with David Letter...

92 MIN2016 FEB 25
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Arts Culture Beat: Musician Garland Jeffreys

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Filmmaker Saad Khan discusses his documentary career, which focuses on sexual minorities in his native Pakistan.

58 MIN2016 FEB 23
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9 MIN2016 FEB 19
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Arts Culture Beat: Reverend Billy and the Stop Shopping Choir

Listen in as ArtsCultureBeat talks with spitfire actor, writer, and producer Reverend Billy Talen of Reverend Billy and the Stop Shopping Choir and Choir member and activist Dragonfly (aka Miss Justice Jester). For nearly two decades, performance artist Reverend Billy has staged protests in the style of Evangelical sermons passionately agitating against wide-ranging sins such environmental exploitation, commercialism, and police brutality. He's been an NYC mayoral candidate, the subject of the documentary "What Would Jesus Buy?," and he's been arrested more than 70 times, most recently at a Black Lives Matter protest at Grand Central Terminal. He's joined by Dragonfly, longtime Choir member and activist, a leader in the Ferguson protests.Her hug of a Ferguson riot cop in front of the police station, which was a mutual hug, was seen by many millions, picked up by AP, "New Yorker."Now, just before the launch of Reverend Billy's “Faster, Monsanto! Die! Die!” world tour, Reverned Bill...

118 MIN2015 APR 7
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Arts Culture Beat: Reverend Billy and the Stop Shopping Choir

Arts Culture Beat: Actor Reg E. Cathey

Join us for a lively conversation with wide-rangingactorReg E. Cathey. Best known for hisfor his roles as Norman Wilson (right-hand-man to Mayor Carcetti) in The Wire, Freddy Hayes (of Freddy's BBQ) in House of Cards, andMartin Querns in Oz, Cathey also has a rich career on stage, recently starring as Prospero in a production of Shakespeare'sThe Tempest. Cathey has alsobeen a core participant in the Theater of War project, which presents staged readings of ancietGreek tragedies for audiences ofservice members and civilians as a way of opening up issues related to the experience of war. He talks to ArtsCultureBeat's Miriam Hall and Sara Elkamel about acting for stage, screen, and soldiers.Arts Culture Beat isthe web magazine of the Arts & Culture MA Seminar at Columbia Journalism School.

61 MIN2015 MAR 31
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Arts Culture Beat: Actor Reg E. Cathey
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Latest Episodes

Arts Culture Beat: Musician Garland Jeffreys

On Thursday 25th, the MA Arts & Culture class will be interviewing musician Garland Jeffreys at the radio studio in Columbia Journalism School. Tune in at 10:00AM to listen to the show, and participate in the conversation by calling to 646 716 6968 or sending your questions via Twitter to @ArtsCultBeat.GarlandJeffreys has influenced multiple generations of musicians since the 1970s when he busted onto the scene in 1973 with the hit, "Wild in the Streets," which is making an appearance in the upcoming Netflix show "The Get Down." Growing up in Brooklyn, he attended Syracuse University as an art history major where he became friends with Lou Reed. While the mainstream does not know about him, he has worked with musicians such as Bruce Springsteen and David Johansen from the legendary New York Dolls. His 2011 album The King of in between was a considered one of the best of the year and given a significant promotional push, which included an appearance on The Late Show with David Letter...

92 MIN2016 FEB 25
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Arts Culture Beat: Musician Garland Jeffreys

Saad Khan

Filmmaker Saad Khan discusses his documentary career, which focuses on sexual minorities in his native Pakistan.

58 MIN2016 FEB 23
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Saad Khan

Test show

radio

9 MIN2016 FEB 19
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Test show

Arts Culture Beat: Reverend Billy and the Stop Shopping Choir

Listen in as ArtsCultureBeat talks with spitfire actor, writer, and producer Reverend Billy Talen of Reverend Billy and the Stop Shopping Choir and Choir member and activist Dragonfly (aka Miss Justice Jester). For nearly two decades, performance artist Reverend Billy has staged protests in the style of Evangelical sermons passionately agitating against wide-ranging sins such environmental exploitation, commercialism, and police brutality. He's been an NYC mayoral candidate, the subject of the documentary "What Would Jesus Buy?," and he's been arrested more than 70 times, most recently at a Black Lives Matter protest at Grand Central Terminal. He's joined by Dragonfly, longtime Choir member and activist, a leader in the Ferguson protests.Her hug of a Ferguson riot cop in front of the police station, which was a mutual hug, was seen by many millions, picked up by AP, "New Yorker."Now, just before the launch of Reverend Billy's “Faster, Monsanto! Die! Die!” world tour, Reverned Bill...

118 MIN2015 APR 7
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Arts Culture Beat: Reverend Billy and the Stop Shopping Choir

Arts Culture Beat: Actor Reg E. Cathey

Join us for a lively conversation with wide-rangingactorReg E. Cathey. Best known for hisfor his roles as Norman Wilson (right-hand-man to Mayor Carcetti) in The Wire, Freddy Hayes (of Freddy's BBQ) in House of Cards, andMartin Querns in Oz, Cathey also has a rich career on stage, recently starring as Prospero in a production of Shakespeare'sThe Tempest. Cathey has alsobeen a core participant in the Theater of War project, which presents staged readings of ancietGreek tragedies for audiences ofservice members and civilians as a way of opening up issues related to the experience of war. He talks to ArtsCultureBeat's Miriam Hall and Sara Elkamel about acting for stage, screen, and soldiers.Arts Culture Beat isthe web magazine of the Arts & Culture MA Seminar at Columbia Journalism School.

61 MIN2015 MAR 31
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Arts Culture Beat: Actor Reg E. Cathey
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