BAM and WNYC present
Produced by BAM and WNYC
Two iconic New York City institutions celebrate a medium that was born more than 100 years ago—radio. For this five day festival, WNYC takes up residence in BAM venues to reimagine some of public radio’s most treasured programs as live, contemporary theatrical engagements. Nearly all RadioLoveFest programs will be taped for broadcast on WNYC and on-demand listening on WNYC.org.
Jad Abumrad and Robert Krulwich discover the betrayers and brotherly lovers among us.
Brian Lehrer presents a 30th anniversary screening of the Talking Heads concert film.
Peter Sagal tests the knowledge of personalities Peter Grosz, Jessi Klein, and Mo Rocca.
This storytelling showcase focuses on tales from the world of public radio.
Visitors can stop by the BAM Fisher to record and interact with personal histories.
Kurt Andersen’s surprising guide to what’s happening in pop culture and the arts.
Host Ophira Eisenberg and House Musician Jonathan Coulton blend trivia, comedy and music.
Vocalist Alicia Olatuja is a versatile solo performer who sings in various African dialects.
This American Life tries something new: an evening of true stories staged as radio dramas.
BROWN RICE FAMILY creates music that stems from jazz, Afrobeat, reggae, rock, and more.
John Schaefer dissects the creative process with Hamilton Leithauser of the Walkmen.
A showcase that includes Cyrille Aimée, Tierney Sutton, John Pizzarelli and more.
Dave Isay, founder of StoryCorps talks with Weekend Edition Saturday host Scott Simon.
Brooke Gladstone introduces this special screening of her all-time favorite film.