Pejk Malinovski is a writer and documentary maker.
He worked on The Next Big Thing (2003-2005) and Studio 360 (2007-2011).
Pejk Malinovski appears in the following:
Friday, June 28, 2019
A Mexican writer travels to the American Southwest, where performances of Wild West history run up against the reality of the border crisis.
Monday, November 28, 2016
The effervescent performer Sharon Jones, who died last week, reinvented an American anthem — and brought 1960s soul and funk music back to the mainstage.
Thursday, November 10, 2016
How Woody Guthrie’s “This Land is Your Land” went from a “God Bless America” spoof to an unofficial national anthem.
Thursday, September 22, 2016
Cormac McCarthy’s novel “The Road” takes the prize for bleakest vision of a post-apocalyptic future. But at its emotional core is the bond between father and son.
Sunday, September 11, 2016
When the Twin Towers were still new and gleaming, Philippe Petit took an astonishing walk between them — 1,350 feet above the ground, without a net.
Friday, January 31, 2014
Pete Seeger was a giant, and barely a singer-songwriter has touched a guitar who doesn't owe him a musical debt. He died this week, at age 94. In 2010, Kurt Andersen went to Seeger'...
Friday, August 30, 2013
Aokigahara is the forest at the foot of Mount Fuji. It’s mythologized in Japanese literature as a sacred place for people to end their lives — and every year close to a hundred suic...
Friday, March 16, 2012
This is the national anthem we actually know the words to. Americans sing it at school; Bruce Springsteen sang it at President Obama's inauguration. Yet Woody Guthrie's song was onc...
Friday, September 02, 2011
It had all the glamour, conspiracy, and danger of a classic heist movie, but it was real — and the hero was wearing slippers. Long before 9/11, Philippe Petit’s unauthorized w...
Friday, May 06, 2011
Usually when we heard from Osama Bin Laden it was on audio tapes broadcast on Al Jazeera — but he also appeared in bedrooms all over the world, haunting our dreams. This piece, Dr...
Friday, February 11, 2011
What’s it like to practice the same line of work as your spouse? What if you’re both writers, but one is a novelist — in love with plot and character — and one is a poet — obsessed ...
Friday, December 03, 2010
In 1960, a 6 year-old black girl walked through the doors of an all-white school in New Orleans. Ruby Bridges was greeted by stares, jeers, and threats of violence. 50 years later her display of courage fascinates child psychiatrist Robert Coles, who tells Bridges’ ...
Wednesday, October 06, 2010
Producing our American Icons story on “This Land Is Your Land” allowed me to meet some great people. As I trawled through Woody-land, I spoke with his daughter, Nora, and sang with his friend, Pete Seeger. I also stumbled upon this cool project by the folk-rock band Akron/Family called 'Woody Guthrie's America.'
Friday, October 01, 2010
All of America sings it at school and summer camp; Bruce Springsteen sang it at President Obama’s inauguration. Yet Woody Guthrie’s song was once called anti-American, even Communist.
Friday, June 11, 2010
Would you ever want to get inside Norman Bates' head? Ready or not, it's the subject of John Haskell's eerie short story "The Judgment of Psycho." Haskell imagines what might have been racing through Bates' mind as he transformed into a killer. Produced by Studio 360's ...
Friday, June 04, 2010
A new play opened recently that had a very exclusive audience: patrons had to go to Sing Sing Correctional Facility to see it. It's called "Starting Over," and prisoners wrote and performed it. Produced by Jordan Sayle and Studio 360's Pejk Malinovski.
Friday, February 26, 2010
Henry and Pejk’s musical composition created from radiator sounds.
Friday, February 26, 2010
With the rough weather this winter, writer Henry Alford has been cooped up inside more than he’d like. He’s been listening to the radiator clanging, banging, and hissing so long that it sounds like music. So he created his own composition for radiators, and he got a professional ...
Friday, January 08, 2010
Aokigahara is the forest at the foot of Mount Fuji. It’s mythologized in Japanese literature as a sacred place for people to end their lives - and every year close to a hundred suicides are committed there. Studio 360’s Pejk Malinovski went there to uncover why it ...