Andy Lanset appears in the following:
Saturday, April 07, 2001
Studio 360's own archivist and master conservator and preserver of sound, Andy Lanset, demonstrates how to clean 60 years of dust off of some radio treasures.
(Originally aired: February 3, 2001)
Saturday, March 03, 2001
You can fool some of the people some of the time.
Saturday, February 03, 2001
Studio 360's own archivist and master conservator and preserver of sound, Andy Lanset, explains the process of cleaning and restoring the sound from a huge archive of aging recordings going back to the early days of radio.
Thursday, December 16, 1999
Interview with broadcast historian Erik Barnouw regarding his work on the American Public Health Association venereal disease radio campaign for 1949 in conjunction with Columbia University.
WNYC archives id: 73872
Sunday, May 02, 1993
The panel composed of Ellen Terry, Jerry Mangione, Ralph Ellison, David Ignatoff, Lionel Abel, Livingston Biddle. Historian Arthur Schlesinger Jr. leads the discussion.
Sunday, March 21, 1993
Breaking and Creating Tradition: Politics and the Theatre.
Sunday, March 14, 1993
What storytelling meant to generations of American black women.
Sunday, March 07, 1993
What storytelling meant to generations of American black women. Part 1.
Sunday, February 21, 1993
Has the Constitution outlived Its usefulness?
Sunday, January 24, 1993
Nobel Laureate Issac Bashevis Singer reads selections from his unpublished works.
Sunday, January 17, 1993
Lomax talks about Leadbelly to computerized analysis of folksongs.
Wednesday, November 01, 1989
"Smoke came out of my fingertips and I couldn't talk...but went back on the air that night."