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Ave Carrillo

Senior Producer, The New Yorker Radio Hour

Ave studied jazz in New York before beginning a career in radio. For thirteen years she produced stories and interviews for programs including Studio 360 with Kurt Andersen and PRI's Fair Game, for the classical music station WQXR, and for New Yorker podcasts. She spent four years in advertising, where her projects included a Super Bowl spot with a singing fish. She returned to public radio to work on The New Yorker Radio Hour

Ave Carrillo appears in the following:

What Would a Trump Presidency Look Like?

Friday, October 21, 2016

 With the American government’s system of checks and balances, how much could a hypothetical President Trump actually accomplish? Short answer: plenty.    

Borowitz Reports on the R.N.C.

Friday, July 22, 2016

A satirical news columnist who makes up almost everything reviews an event stranger than fiction.

Summer Camper from Hell

Friday, July 15, 2016

Elliot is really a sweet kid—it’s just that he bites. Hard. Parker Posey reads a short story by Demetri Martin.

Living Alone in Twenty-Two Rooms

Friday, July 08, 2016

A Manhattan bartender decided to reclaim his father’s mansion in Belgrade. When he went to move in, things got complicated.

Coming Home to Serbia

Friday, June 17, 2016

Bob Bozic, a Serbian bartender and raconteur, quits New York to reclaim his father’s mansion, in Belgrade.    

Virtual Reality: The Wearable Movie?

Friday, May 13, 2016

Virtual reality used to be the technology of the future. Now it’s here. How will artists use the young medium to tell stories?

The Case Against Assad

Friday, April 15, 2016

At an undisclosed location in Western Europe, a group called the CIJA is gathering evidence of war crimes perpetrated by the Syrian government.

Bird Foodies

Friday, March 18, 2016

There’s always drama when foodies go out to eat. Even when those foodies are birds.

Coming Home to Serbia

Friday, March 04, 2016

A Manhattan bartender reclaims his ancestral mansion in Serbia.

David Bowie’s Last Band

Friday, February 05, 2016

David Bowie went to a hole-in-the-wall jazz club to find the musicians who shaped “Blackstar.”

Jane Mayer and Koch Industries

Friday, January 22, 2016

When Jane Mayer investigated Koch Industries, somebody investigated her back.

Tad Friend Tours the Whitney with Charlie Kaufman and Duke Johnson

Friday, January 01, 2016

Charlie Kaufman and Duke Johnson, co-directors of the new film "Anomalisa," talk to staff writer Tad Friend about making a puppet movie for adults.

"Kind of Blue"

Thursday, February 19, 2015

Even people who don’t like jazz know Miles Davis’s “Kind of Blue.” What makes it so different — and why does it continue to influence musicians today?

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American Icons: The Wizard of Oz

Friday, November 29, 2013

It's been over seventy years since movie audiences first watched The Wizard of Oz. Meet the original man behind the curtain, L. Frank Baum, who had all the vision of Walt Disney, bu...

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American Icons: Moby-Dick

Friday, December 30, 2011

In this Peabody Award-winning show, Kurt Andersen sets sail in search of the great white whale.

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Aimee Bender’s Origin Lessons

Friday, October 07, 2011

Studio 360 came to the writer Aimee Bender with a commission for a short story on a giant topic: the Big Bang. Before she started writing, Bender decided to bone up on her science: ...

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Low Riders

Friday, December 31, 2010

At the Dub Magazine car show at the L.A. Convention Center, photographer Jae Bueno introduces us to the customizers behind tricked-out Cadillac Coupes and fancy pin-stripes. Produced by Studio 360's Derek John and Ave Carrillo.

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Audio Download: Uptown with Peggy Guggenheim at Art of This Century

Friday, October 01, 2010

WNYC
There are galleries – and there are galleries. Peggy Guggenheim’s Art of This Century wasn’t your average display space. It had curving gumwood walls, turquoise floors, amoeboid furn...

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Audio Download: Downtown at The Cedar Tavern

Friday, October 01, 2010

WNYC
For the Abstract Expressionists – many of whom lived downtown and worked downtown – there was one place (and one place only) to go talk shop and raise hell. That place was the Cedar...

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Perfect City: New York and the Art that Changed the World

Friday, October 01, 2010

WNYC
Perfect City is a two-part documentary which focuses on the physical spaces in New York that helped fuel the Abstract Expressionist movement — The Cedar Tavern and Peggy Guggenheim'...

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