Jack Sullivan appears in the following:
Tuesday, June 29, 2010
As two classic film scores illustrate, certain sounds are designed to trigger fear and suspense. In "Psycho," Bernard Herrmann’s screeching violin score mimicked the screams that filled the Bates Motel bathroom – and theaters. With "Jaws," John Williams’ pulsing dum-dum-dum-dum shark-heralding score became implanted on the brains of beach-goers everywhere.
Monday, March 10, 1980
Leon Edel discusses his new book, Bloomsbury: A House of Lions, with Jack Sullivan.
WNYC archives id: 73020
Tuesday, December 12, 1978
Leesha Rose and Isabella Leitner discuss their books on the Nazi Holocaust, The Tulips are Red and Fragments of Isabella, respectively, with host Jack Sullivan.
WNYC archives id: 73168
Friday, December 08, 1978
Charles Silberman discusses his new book, Criminal Violence, Criminal Justice . They also discuss racial crime and the response of the African-American community to his book.
WNYC archives id: 73175
Monday, December 04, 1978
Richard Price discusses his new novel, Ladies' Man, with Jack Sullivan.
Richard Price discusses his just-published third novel, Ladiesâ€™ Man, with Jack Sullivan of the New York University School of Continuing Education. Sullivan introduces the novel as a depiction of a newly single manâ€™s week-long drift through ...
Wednesday, June 14, 1978
Jack Sullivan interviews Richard Kostelanetz who is the editor of the anthology, Esthetics Contemporary. Kostelanetz discusses contemporary and avant-garde tendencies in literature, music, visual arts, and other art forms. Kostelanetz states in the book, "Only that which is new is worthwhile."
WNYC archives id: 73121