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Studio 360, hosted by Kurt Andersen: Wednesday at 2:00 PM
The Peabody Award-winning show and podcast about creativity, pop culture, the arts and ideas is hosted by novelist and journalist (and Spy magazine co-founder) Kurt Andersen. Each week Andersen introduces you to the people who are creating and shaping our culture.
The program’s goal is to “Get inside the creative mind” and uses arts and culture as a lens to understand our world. Studio 360, public radio’s smart and surprising guide to what’s happening in the arts and popular culture is a co-production of Public Radio International and Slate.
KURT ANDERSEN is primarily a writer.
He’s the author of the novels True Believers, Heyday and Turn of the Century. His latest book, True Believers, was published in 2012, and appeared on the best-novels-of-the-year lists of the San Francisco Chronicle and Washington Post.
As an editor, he co-founded the transformative independent magazine Spy, which was nominated for two National Magazine Awards, and increased its circulation tenfold and became profitable after just three years.
He is also host and co-creator of Studio 360, the cultural magazine show produced by Public Radio International and Slate. It is broadcast on 217 stations and distributed by podcast to almost 1 million listeners in all each week. The show won Peabody Awards for broadcast excellence in both 2005 and 2013.