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Leital Molad

Senior Producer, Studio 360

Leital Molad appears in the following:

Design for the Real World: Paper Towels

Saturday, March 08, 2003

Graphic Designer Steven Heller soaks up the aesthetics of the paper towel. Produced by Leital Molad.

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Book Dealer

Saturday, February 22, 2003

Kurt Thometz, who builds personal libraries for the well-to-do, has found his own perfect collection. Produced by Peter Clowney and Leital Molad.

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Medea

Saturday, January 25, 2003

Every night an audience of several hundred aims its gaze at Fiona Shaw, who has the title role in the Broadway production of Medea by Euripedes. She portrays a woman who murders her children as revenge against Jason, her unfaithful husband. Shaw, the New York Times theater critic

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La Tour Dreams of the Wolf Girl

Saturday, January 11, 2003

Novelist David Huddle imagines the intense connection between the 17th century French painter, Georges de La Tour, and a young girl he recruits to model for him. Produced by Peter Clowney and Leital Molad.

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Design for the Real World: Santa Claus

Saturday, December 21, 2002

Graphic designer Steven Heller looks at the strange history of the fat man of the season — Santa Claus.

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Design for the Real World: Mannequin

Saturday, November 30, 2002

Graphic designer Steven Heller gazes into store windows and confesses his passion for mannequins.

(Originally aired: May 2, 2002)

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10,000-Year Clock

Saturday, October 12, 2002

The Long Now Foundation is designing a clock to tell time over 10,000 years. It will tick once every minute, chime once a year, and play music once a millennium.

(Originally aired: May 16, 2002)

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The Blur Building

Saturday, September 21, 2002

Two New York architects, Elizabeth Diller and Ric Scofidio, wanted to challenge the notion of architecture as hard, unambiguous, stable, and sheltering. They wanted to design something that isn't quite there. The result is the Blur Building on Lake Neuchatel in Switzerland.

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Ballerina

Saturday, September 14, 2002

When she was just 16, The New York Times called Alexandra Ansanelli "a true prodigy…that rare find, a dancer of nuance and originality." Studio 360 caught up with Ansanelli as she prepared for a performance in Beijing. 

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Design for the Real World: Memorial Souvenir

Saturday, September 07, 2002

Karal Ann Marling, an American Studies professor, looks at the phenomenon of memorial souvenirs.

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A Yankee's Southern Tour

Saturday, August 17, 2002

New York artist Maira Kalman had virtually never been west of the Hudson. This summer she needed to clear her head, so she headed down south to see new sights and smell new smells.

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Design for the Real World: Summer Ads

Saturday, July 20, 2002

Design critic Steven Heller looks at the irresistible cold of summer ads.

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Book Dealer

Saturday, June 22, 2002

Kurt Thometz, who builds personal libraries for the well-to-do, has found his own perfect collection. 

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10,000-Year Clock

Saturday, May 18, 2002

The Long Now Foundation is designing a clock to tell time over 10,000 years. It will tick once every minute, chime once a year, and play music once a millennium.

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Taxidermy

Saturday, May 11, 2002

For the three generations the Schwendeman family has been mounting (not stuffing) all types of animals. Writer Melissa Milgrom visits their Milltown, New Jersey taxidermy workshop.

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Design for the Real World: Mannequin

Saturday, May 04, 2002

Graphic designer Stephen Heller gazes into store windows and confesses his passion for mannequins.

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Movies and Memory

Saturday, April 06, 2002

Author and scholar Alan Mintz reveals the power films have had in shaping how we understand and interpret the Holocaust.

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La Tour Dreams of the Wolf Girl

Saturday, March 09, 2002

Novelist David Huddle imagines the intense connection between the 17th-century French painter, Georges de La Tour, and a young girl he recruits to model for him.

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Urinetown

Saturday, March 02, 2002

This is a Broadway musical steeped in irony, that lets you in on its jokes, doesn't bother with a dopey fairytale ending, and has a real moral vision. Kurt Andersen talks with the creators of Urinetown.

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Stephin Merritt's 69 Love Songs

Saturday, March 02, 2002

This weekend at Lincoln Center the Magnetic Fields perform their 69 Love Songs for the last time. Magnetic Field's front man Stephin Merritt says he doesn't write songs about love — he writes about love songs.

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