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  • Jan 26 6:30 am
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    Two Hundred Years of Woodwinds #12
    This 1959 series features members of The Philadelphia Woodwind Quintet, made up of flute, oboe, clarinet, French horn, and bassoon. The musicians play a piece, then break it down in order to show how their instruments evoke certain images through music. They also explain the history of the instruments and how they were grouped - eventually culminating in the modern day quintet.
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  • Jan 26 11:30 am
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    Two Hundred Years of Woodwinds #12
    This 1959 series features members of The Philadelphia Woodwind Quintet, made up of flute, oboe, clarinet, French horn, and bassoon. The musicians play a piece, then break it down in order to show how their instruments evoke certain images through music. They also explain the history of the instruments and how they were grouped - eventually culminating in the modern day quintet.
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  • Jan 26 4:30 pm
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    Two Hundred Years of Woodwinds #12
    This 1959 series features members of The Philadelphia Woodwind Quintet, made up of flute, oboe, clarinet, French horn, and bassoon. The musicians play a piece, then break it down in order to show how their instruments evoke certain images through music. They also explain the history of the instruments and how they were grouped - eventually culminating in the modern day quintet.
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  • Jan 26 9:00 pm
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    Dorothea Lange-Under The Trees
    Join us for this intimate 1965 documentary of American photographer Dorothea Lange. After learning about Lange’s journey from “the studio to the street,” you’ll also see as Lange works with John Szarkowski, the then director of photography at MoMA, as the two curate photographs from across Lange’s career for a landmark retrospective show. To be able to so candidly witness this process between curator and artist is an illuminating peek into the life and work of one of America’s great photographers.
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  • Jan 27 12:00 am
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    Dorothea Lange-Under The Trees
    Join us for this intimate 1965 documentary of American photographer Dorothea Lange. After learning about Lange’s journey from “the studio to the street,” you’ll also see as Lange works with John Szarkowski, the then director of photography at MoMA, as the two curate photographs from across Lange’s career for a landmark retrospective show. To be able to so candidly witness this process between curator and artist is an illuminating peek into the life and work of one of America’s great photographers.
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  • Jan 27 3:00 am
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    Dorothea Lange-Under The Trees
    Join us for this intimate 1965 documentary of American photographer Dorothea Lange. After learning about Lange’s journey from “the studio to the street,” you’ll also see as Lange works with John Szarkowski, the then director of photography at MoMA, as the two curate photographs from across Lange’s career for a landmark retrospective show. To be able to so candidly witness this process between curator and artist is an illuminating peek into the life and work of one of America’s great photographers.
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  • Feb 2 8:00 pm
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    King Lear
    Join us for a 1974 production of one of Shakespeare’s best-known works, featuring James Earl Jones as the titular King, and a supporting cast including Lee Chamberlin, Raul Julia, Rosalind Cash, and Paul Sorvino. Filmed at Central Park's Delacorte Theater for the New York Shakespeare Festival, you’ll have the best seats to enter into the work of Shakespeare, delivering drama, humor, and poetry.
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  • Feb 3 12:00 am
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    King Lear
    Join us for a 1974 production of one of Shakespeare’s best-known works, featuring James Earl Jones as the titular King, and a supporting cast including Lee Chamberlin, Raul Julia, Rosalind Cash, and Paul Sorvino. Filmed at Central Park's Delacorte Theater for the New York Shakespeare Festival, you’ll have the best seats to enter into the work of Shakespeare, delivering drama, humor, and poetry.
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  • Feb 9 8:00 pm
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    Toni Morrison
    Dive into the archive and explore this rare and intimate 1978 profile of Nobel-Prize winning author Toni Morrison. Originally airing shortly after the publication of Morrison’s third novel, Song of Solomon, this program features candid interviews with the author as well as Morrison reading extended excerpts from her first three novels.
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  • Feb 9 11:00 pm
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    Toni Morrison
    Dive into the archive and explore this rare and intimate 1978 profile of Nobel-Prize winning author Toni Morrison. Originally airing shortly after the publication of Morrison’s third novel, Song of Solomon, this program features candid interviews with the author as well as Morrison reading extended excerpts from her first three novels.
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  • Feb 10 2:00 am
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    Toni Morrison
    Dive into the archive and explore this rare and intimate 1978 profile of Nobel-Prize winning author Toni Morrison. Originally airing shortly after the publication of Morrison’s third novel, Song of Solomon, this program features candid interviews with the author as well as Morrison reading extended excerpts from her first three novels.
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  • Feb 16 8:00 pm
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    Lorraine Hansberry - Playwright at Work
    This 1961 episode shows writer Lorraine Hansberry fresh off her success from "Raisin in the Sun." We see a scene, directed by Lloyd Richards, from a play she's writing about Haitian revolutionary Toussaint Louverture. Her untimely death from pancreatic cancer at age 35 prevented her from finishing the play, but in this scene we see her mastery in creating art out of everyday life.
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  • Feb 16 11:30 pm
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    Lorraine Hansberry - Playwright at Work
    This 1961 episode shows writer Lorraine Hansberry fresh off her success from "Raisin in the Sun." We see a scene, directed by Lloyd Richards, from a play she's writing about Haitian revolutionary Toussaint Louverture. Her untimely death from pancreatic cancer at age 35 prevented her from finishing the play, but in this scene we see her mastery in creating art out of everyday life.
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  • Feb 17 2:45 am
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    Lorraine Hansberry - Playwright at Work
    This 1961 episode shows writer Lorraine Hansberry fresh off her success from "Raisin in the Sun." We see a scene, directed by Lloyd Richards, from a play she's writing about Haitian revolutionary Toussaint Louverture. Her untimely death from pancreatic cancer at age 35 prevented her from finishing the play, but in this scene we see her mastery in creating art out of everyday life.
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  • Feb 21 11:30 pm
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    James Baldwin - Take This Hammer
    This 1964 documentary shows James Baldwin discussing racism in housing with San Francisco's Black community. His conversations are interspersed with poetic scenes of everyday life in neighborhoods that are about to be lost to gentrification. Baldwin presciently describes the impact of job and housing discrimination, which remain relevant to today's conversations around racial equity.
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  • Feb 22 4:00 am
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    James Baldwin - Take This Hammer
    This 1964 documentary shows James Baldwin discussing racism in housing with San Francisco's Black community. His conversations are interspersed with poetic scenes of everyday life in neighborhoods that are about to be lost to gentrification. Baldwin presciently describes the impact of job and housing discrimination, which remain relevant to today's conversations around racial equity.
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