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BAM and WNYC present
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WNYC is back on stage at BAM for year two of RadioLoveFest, a multi-day festival featuring live tapings of shows like Wait Wait…Don’t Tell Me!®; Death, Sex & Money; and Radiolab; appearances by Terry Gross, Brian Lehrer, and Jonathan Schwartz; curated film screenings; music marathons; and more.
Robert Krulwich and Jad Abumrad host a live staging of their innovative radio show and podcast.
The host of Fresh Air makes her BAM debut for RadioLoveFest.
This special edition is hosted by Molly Ringwald and features guests Ishmael Beah, and more.
This quiz show pairs comedians and classical music experts for a battle of wits.
NPR's weekly quiz program hosted by Peter Sagal returns to the BAM stage for RadioLoveFest.
Hillary Frank, host of WNYC’s parenting podcast, helps moms finds their future BFFs.
WNYC’s Brian Lehrer leads this discussion about Islamophobia.
Host Glynn Washington gets personal with monologist Mike Daisey and other guests.
This special live staging welcomes guests Simon Doonan, Jonathan Adler, Luscious Jackson, and more.
Reggae rhythms meet smooth R&B in the blissed-out sounds of Royal KhaoZ.
John Hodgman hosts a night of comedy featuring Aisha Tyler, Maria Bamford, and more.
Bobby Cannavale, Hope Davis, and Parker Posey tell stories about unexpected encounters.
WQXR presents a 13.5-hour marathon event of all 32 of Beethoven’s sonatas.
This exuberant indie-folk sextet draws inspiration from the 60s Greenwich Village scene.
An all-star team of musicians from Mexico’s finest bands performs the music of Morrissey.
Jonathan Schwartz hosts this celebration of American giant of popular song Richard Rodgers.
The WNYC radio host and avowed foodie hosts an afternoon of conversation and delectation.
A trio of TV space-opera actors get whisked away on a real life galactic adventure.
David Cronenberg brings William S. Burroughs’ bizarro Beat novel to the screen.
David Bowie is an alien who discovers the sick soul of America in this sci-fi mind-bender.
Fellini’s bittersweet buddy film follows five aimless men living in a seaside village.
Scorsese’s star-studded elegy for the classic rock era is the ultimate concert film.