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Fresh Air Weekend
Fresh Air Weekend: 'Masters Of Sex,' 'Blue Jasmine' And John Gallagher Jr.
Originally published on Sat August 3, 2013 11:57 am
Fresh Air Weekend highlights some of the best interviews and reviews from past weeks, and new program elements specially paced for weekends. Our weekend show emphasizes interviews with writers, filmmakers, actors and musicians, and often includes excerpts from live in-studio concerts. This week:
Pioneering 'Masters Of Sex' Brought Science To The Bedroom: William Masters and Virginia Johnson became famous in the 1960s for their research into the physiology of human sexuality. In Masters of Sex, biographer Thomas Maier explores the duo's research methods, which for years remained shrouded in secrecy.
'Blue' Rhapsodies: Woody Allen, In Need Of New Tricks: Blue Jasmine finds the filmmaker stuck in old ruts; though his technique is as sound as ever, his worldview seems to have congealed decades ago. Cate Blanchett, Sally Hawkins and Alec Baldwin star in a story inspired by Bernie Madoff and Blanche DuBois.
John Gallagher Jr. On 'Newsroom' Dialogue And Staging Green Day: In addition to playing a cable news producer on Aaron Sorkin's HBO drama, Gallagher is a Tony Award-winning Broadway performer. He tells Fresh Air's Terry Gross about starring in a punk rock musical and rehearsing Sorkin's Newsroom scripts.
You can listen to the original interviews here:
- Pioneering 'Masters Of Sex' Brought Science To The Bedroom
- 'Blue' Rhapsodies: Woody Allen, In Need Of New Tricks
- John Gallagher Jr. On 'Newsroom' Dialogue And Staging Green Day