Carter Burwell teaches Kurt how to talk like a film composer.
Al Yankovic grew up in the '60s wanting to play in rock and roll cover bands. To his surprise, the other kids just didn’t take the accordion-playing teenager seriously.
What if Hamlet didn’t sound like a proper English bloke, but more like someone from the American South?
How the government-entertainment-industrial complex elected Donald Trump.
An art historian and a biologist discovered a novel way to measure historical air pollution levels: looking soot caught in the feathers of birds from 140 years ago.
Singer and multi-instrumentalist Jacob Collier plays songs from his new album “In My Room” … with a little help from an MIT engineer.
Mathematician Eugenia Cheng has come up with a novel way to communicate math concepts: through baking. Wouldn’t chocolate cake have made calculus more palatable?
Daniela Gesundheit and Dan Goldman, the duo behind Snowblink, introduce us to their “nondenominational, devotional pop music” and what it’s like to hear things in a visual world.
How "Spy" magazine immortalized Donald Trump’s digits.
When an actor named Ronald Reagan ran for president, it seemed like such a stretch. Now it’s hard to see the presidency as anything but a movie role.
The host of MSNBC’s “The Last Word” has been inside Washington and also fictionalized it as a writer for “The West Wing.” But he’d never have written a fictional candidate like Trump.