Codebreakers and the Bomb

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Tuesday, July 09, 2002

David Kahn traces the history of cryptology and ciphering from war to the Internet to outer space. And director Josh Fox discusses his new play of atomic America, "The Bomb."

David Kahn

David Kahn traces the history of cryptology and ciphering, from war to the Internet, to outer space. Read an excerpt oh his book The Codebreakers in the Reading Room.


Martha Clarke

Choreographer Martha Clarke talks about the new production of “Vienna: Lusthaus (Revisited)”


Josh Fox

Director Josh Fox discusses how he learned to stop worrying and love his new play, "The Bomb".


James Brady

James Brady talks about his new combat thriller of Marines in the North China sea, Warning of War.


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