Film, Television, Games

Chuck Klosterman

When you talk about people's personalities, he says, there's not many things more interesting than what they really want and can't get.

Making notes
Air Dates:
  • September 16, 2017

If everyone’s a critic online, does it mean that cultural criticism doesn’t matter anymore?

Playing a video game

After suffering a terrible concussion, game designer Jane McGonigal created a game to help her feel better. In the years since, it's helped nearly half a million other people overcome depression, anxiety and other mood disorders.

Sam Coster

 How a brush with cancer inspired three brothers to build a bigger game.

John Waters

John Waters might not be an ideal role model— so why let him give a commencement address?

Joe at Catfish Bend
Air Dates:
  • June 01, 2017

Filmmaker Laura Stewart on how being filmed affects documentary subjects, and how that affects the truth you can tell.

Twin Peaks  Agent Cooper
Air Dates:
  • May 18, 2017

"Twin Peaks" co-creator Mark Frost takes a deep dive into the history of the strange Pacific Northwest town and its surreal residents in “The Secret History of Twin Peaks.”

Hotel

It means “a couldn’t-care-less attitude,” and it’s a personal mantra for comedian Norm MacDonald.

House on the Rock Carousel

Author Neil Gaiman on the magic beyond the House on the Rock's walls.

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