Daniel Radcliffe: Screen to Broadway Stage
From the boy wizard in the "Harry Potter" films and Rudyard Kipling's
ill-fated son in the TV drama "My Boy Jack," to the disturbed teenager in
the London and Broadway revivals of Peter Schaffer’s play "Equus," Daniel
Radcliffe is an actor of diverse talents. Hear him discuss his Broadway
debut in the drama, which starts previews on September 5, and also how he’s
been able to move from screen to stage so seamlessly. Interviewed by Julie
Bosman, New York Times culture reporter.
The Dark Knight
Christian Bale and Chistopher Nolan Interviewed by Caryn James.
Meet John Leguizamo Don’t miss this conversación with Emmy and three-time ALMA award winner
John Leguizamo. As an actor, writer, director and producer, he has made an
impact on theater, television and film. Hear him discuss his anticipated
return to the stage this fall in "American Buffalo" and his upcoming role
in the movie "The Happening," opening June 13. Moderated by Robin Pogrebin,
New York Times cultural reporter.
How We Govern
David A. Paterson — sworn in as the 55th governor of New York just a few weeks ago — discusses the social and economic challenges facing the state, the Democratic party and our country with New York Times Magazine contributing writer Matt Bai, author of "The Argument: Billionaires, Bloggers, and the Battle to Remake Democratic Politics."
Noah Feldman, Christopher Hitchens and Mark Lilla interviewed by Times Magazine contributing writer James Traub
Religion's role in today's politics comes under scrutiny by Times Magazine contributing writer James Traub ("The Best Intentions: Kofi Annan and the U.N. in the Era of American World Power"), best-selling author Christopher Hitchens (“God Is Not Great: How Religion Poisons Everything”) and Magazine contributors Noah Feldman ("Divided by God: America's Church-State Problem") and Mark Lilla ("The Stillborn God: Religion, Politics, and the Modern West").
iCarly: "Leave It All To Me" Tweens Alert! See Miranda Cosgrove, the 15-year-old star of Nickelodeon's
iCarly and the show's creative and executive producer, Dan Schneider. Live
and in person. A must-see for iCarly fans. Moderated by Jacques Steinberg,
New York Times television reporter.
INSIDE THE NEWS
Iraq: What are the Viable Exit Strategies? Withdrawing from Iraq will take planning, money and time -- and
continued loss of life. What are the most promising strategies? Listen in
as Times journalists and their guest expert examine the issues and the
options. Moderated by Susan Chira, New York Times foreign editor, with
former Baghdad bureau chief John Burns, former Baghdad reporter Dexter
Filkins and George Packer, of The New Yorker, author of "The Assassins
Gate: America in Iraq."
How We Make Movies
Editor at large Lynn Hirschberg discusses filmmaking with actors-directors-producers-brothers Luke and Andrew Wilson.
A New Look at Nixon: Stage and History
Join Tony Award-winner Frank Langella (Richard Nixon in the Broadway production of the London hit Frost/Nixon), the show?s playwright Peter Morgan (Oscar-nominated screenwriter of ?The Queen,? ?The Last King of Scotland?) and Richard Reeves, author of President Nixon: Alone in the White House, as they discuss the politician?s legacy and the relationship between history and drama. Moderated by Rick Berke, New York Times assistant managing editor for news.
James McGreevey: Gay American
The former governor discusses his political rise and fall, his lifelong struggle to come to terms with his sexual identity, and his new memoir "The Confession." Conversation moderated by Patrick Healy, New York Times metro political reporter.
What We Eat:T Living Editor Amanda Hesser with noted TV chefs and cookbook authors Dave Lieberman, Daisy Martinez and Rachael Ray.
How We Act The Ethicist's Randy Cohen on some of today's most vexing ethical dilemmas, with audience interaction.
The Pentagon Papers and What They Mean Today
June marks the 35th anniversary of the Supreme Court ruling that allowed
The New York Times to continue publishing the top-secret history of U.S. military involvement in Southeast Asia. Learn more about this historic
decision and how it continues to affect our political and media climate to this very day. Panel discussion moderated by Jill Abramson, New York
Times managing editor and former Washington bureau chief.
How We Are Entertained Editor-at-Large Lynn Hirschberg talks with award-winning movie producers Bob and Harvey Weinstein.
Cobra II The authors of Cobra II, Michael R. Gordon and General Bernard E. Trainor, reveal the reasons, some discovered from access to still-secret documents, in a compelling discussion moderated by New York Times assistant managing editor Craig Whitney. (28.5 MB)
Cyber Author: William Gibson With "Neuromancer, " he introduced the world to cyberspace and science fiction has never been the same. Interviewed by Brent Staples. (34.1 MB)
Beyond the Screen: Viggo Mortensen:
Actor, activist, musician, poet and photographer, Viggo Mortensen has slayed Orcs in "Lord of the Rings" and criminals in this year's "History of Violence," but he's much more than what you see in films. Interviewed by Janet Maslin. (28.1 MB)
Billie Joe Armstrong
Green Day founder, singer and songwriter from Arts and Leisure Weekend 2005. (24.0 MB)
Comedy Tonight:Larry David The creator of "Seinfeld" and "Curb Your Enthusiasm" talks about the curious rise and rise of his career. Interviewed by Bill Carter. (35.6 MB)
Get Lifted: John Legend
His first album went platinum. He's been delighting audiences around the world with his soulful sound and now he won a Grammy Award. Interviewed by Lola Ogunnaike. (14.4)
Actor and comedian Bill Murray from Arts and Leisure Weekend 2005. (15 MB)
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