Judith Kampfner appears in the following:
Saturday, June 16, 2001
She bestowed fat pears neatly head by tail ad among them ripe shamefaced peaches....young juicy crinkled and plump red tomatoes sniffing smells...
Tape “Drink man..the milk of humankind…an udderful of mother's milk.....of those bugeoning stars overhead...
JK They eat a lot in Joyce’s Dublin It’s lunchtime,
TAPE Have you got a cheese ...
Saturday, June 16, 2001
An investigation into the life of a long-lost blues musician leads to some interesting discoveries.
Saturday, May 12, 2001
The beat musician David Amram tells us how the Beats influenced the way we live and talk today.
Saturday, April 21, 2001
Musical chameleon Elvis Costello continues to defy classification on his new album, For the Stars, a highly unusual collaboration with mezzo-soprano Anne Sophie Von Otter.
Wednesday, February 21, 2001
Wednesday, February 14, 2001
Academy Award nominations come down today. The race has gained clarity but it's still far from certain. WNYC's Judith Kampfner talked to Emanuel Levy, the chief critic for "Screen International" and author of "Oscar Fever"...
Saturday, February 10, 2001
For abstract painter Jackson Pollock, jazz was a refuge.
Friday, February 09, 2001
A recent biographical movie with Ed Harris directing and starring as the American abstract painter Jackson Pollock is about to open at national movie theaters. It shows the temperamental artist at work in his studio in East Hampton Long Island. Jackson Pollock's work was rebellious and irreverent. His paintings we ...
Tuesday, February 06, 2001
Maazel has conducted 130 orchestras, including the Vienna Philharmonic, whose music you'll hear in this piece. The 70-year old Maazel says he wasn't planning on taking another full time job, until he came to New York last year as a guest conductor. Then, as he put it, he "fell in ...
Thursday, December 21, 2000
Wednesday, December 20, 2000
Tuesday, November 28, 2000
Saturday, November 25, 2000
Royal Shakespeare Company actors talk about their favorite Shakespeare sonnets. Produced by WNYC’s Judith Kampfner.
Tuesday, October 31, 2000
As Halloween costumes testify, there is a certain image we have of a vampire that comes from the Bela Lugosi Dracula tradition made classic by the 1930?s horror movie. He?s all cloak and fangs?. but there?s a bald headed, more surreal kind of vampire which is the thread of a ...