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Ash/Sweetgrass Basketmaker and 2016 National Heritage Fellow

Bringing an ancient art form into the 21st century.

Pete Seeger

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National Medal of Arts Recipient

Pete Seeger returns to talk about his music and its roots. [31:50]

Pete Seeger

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Folk Legend

Pete Seeger remembers his friend, Woody Guthrie. [21:13]

David Seidler
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Academy Award-winning Screenwriter

David Seidler talks about his film, The King's Speech, and his own struggle with stuttering. [31:21]

Simon Shaheen
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1994 NEA National Heritage Fellow

Violinist and oud player Simon Shaheen discusses his merging of Arab and western musical traditions. [27:23]

Howard Shalwitz
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Artistic Director, Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company, Washington, DC

Howard Shalwitz talks about the theater company’s production of the Pulitzer Prize-winning play by Bruce Norris, Clybourne Park. [22:47]

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2015 Bess Lomax Hawes National Heritage Fellow

A life in the folk and traditional arts.

Archie Shepp
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2016 NEA Jazz Master, Saxophonist, and Composer

Archie Shepp shares his musical biography—and his thoughts about the legacy of African-American music.

Adam Sherlock
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Radio Production Instructor

Behind the scenes of “Sending Messages,” the award-winning monthly podcast produced by incarcerated youth.

Richard Sherman
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Songwriter (National Medal of Arts recipient)

A world without Mary Poppins? No way. The two-time Oscar winner lets us in on how great show tunes get written. [29:58]

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