92y Talks

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For 140 years 92nd Street Y has harnessed the power of arts and ideas toenrich, enlighten and change lives. This weekly podcast series featuresmany of the fascinating people and conversations from our stage, bothrecent as well as treasures from the past.

Episodios

  • Notes from the Field: Anna Deavere Smith with Valerie Jarrett and Van Jones

    05/02/2021 Duración: 01h07min

    In this episode of 92Y Talks, legendary writer and performer Anna Deavere Smith, former senior advisor to President Obama Valerie Jarrett, and CNN’s Van Jones discuss the HBO film Notes from the Field. The film was adapted from Smith’s acclaimed one-woman show, in which she portrays a multitude of real-life characters with her signature precision. The conversation was recorded on February 19, 2018 in front of a live audience at New York’s 92nd Street Y.

  • Melissa Joan Hart with Glamour’s Jessica Radloff

    28/01/2021 Duración: 01h06min

    In this episode of 92Y Talks, actor, director and producer Melissa Joan Hart talks with Glamour’s Jessica Radloff about her trio of family Christmas films on Lifetime and her experiences directing Mario Lopez in the family film Feliz NaviDAD, starring alongside Jason Priestley in the holiday romance Dear Christmas, and producing the Vanessa Lachey-led Once Upon a Main Street through her production company, Hartbreak Films. The conversation was streamed live as part of the 92nd Street Y’s online talks series on December 7, 2020.

  • Read By: T.C. Boyle

    24/01/2021 Duración: 07min

    T.C. Boyle on his selection:  It was Donald Barthelme, along with Robert Coover, Samuel Beckett, Julio Cortázar and Flannery O’Conner who spurred me to be in writing myself. Barthelme is best known for his abstract stories, like “Indian Uprising,” a story I cherish, but I’ve chosen “The School” for this program because of its tight comedic narrative and its presentation as a dramatic monologue. It works by escalation, as much of our humor does. The line, “We weren’t even supposed to have a puppy” always brings down the house. Of course, at its core, the story questions what education--knowledge itself--can do to ease the souls of a species, burdened with the foreknowledge of its own death. Sixty Stories, by Donald Barthelme. Music: "Shift of Currents" by Blue Dot Sessions // CC BY-NC 2.0

  • Marvel’s 616 with Alison Brie, Andrew Rossi, Sarah Amos, Jason Sterman and Marvel.com’s Angélique Roché

    24/12/2020 Duración: 46min

    In this episode of 92Y Talks, actor/director Alison Brie and filmmakers Andrew Rossi, Sarah Amos, and Jason Sterman with Marvel.com's Angélique Roché discuss the ever-expanding Marvel Universe and their new documentary series Marvel's 616. Exploring the uniquely rich and innovative legacy of storytelling that has blossomed out of Marvel Comics, Marvel's 616 charts new terrain in the Marvel Universe –– revealing untold stories of the origins of Marvel's most beloved characters, profiling the artists and filmmakers who reinvent them generation after generation, and shining a light on the fans who push the boundaries of pop culture forward. The conversation was streamed live as part of the 92nd Street Y's online talks series on December 2, 2020.

  • All In: The Fight for Democracy with the film’s directors, Liz Garbus and Lisa Cortés

    10/12/2020 Duración: 56min

    In this episode of 92Y Talks, Liz Garbus and Lisa Cortés, the directors of All In: The Fight for Democracy, discuss their documentary film with Annette Insdorf. The film is a powerful exploration of the struggle for voting rights in the United States, featuring Stacey Abrams, the former Minority Leader of the Georgia House of Representatives, and is available to watch on Amazon Prime Video. The conversation was streamed live as part of the 92nd Street Y’s online talks series on September 21, 2020.

  • Rabbi Peter Rubinstein in Conversation with New York State Attorney General Letitia James

    03/12/2020 Duración: 44min

    In this episode of 92Y Talks, New York State Attorney General Letitia James and Rabbi Peter Rubinstein, Director of Jewish Community and Bronfman Center for Jewish Life at the 92nd Street Y, discuss the challenges confronting New York City and State and reasons to be hopeful about the future, with an introduction from the 92nd Street Y's Chief Executive Officer Seth Pinsky. The conversation was streamed live as part of the 92nd Street Y’s online talks series on September 23, 2020.

  • Aaron Sorkin with Annette Insdorf

    19/11/2020 Duración: 01h19s

    In this episode of 92Y Talks, acclaimed playwright, producer, screenwriter and director Aaron Sorkin discusses his latest film, The Trial of the Chicago 7, and his extensive body of work with Annette Insdorf. The Trial of the Chicago 7 features an evocative recreation of the late 1960s trial following arrests at the Democratic National Convention in Chicago, and is currently available to watch on Netflix. The conversation was streamed live as part of the 92nd Street Y’s online talks series on November 9, 2020.

  • COSMOS: Possible Worlds—Neil deGrasse Tyson with Bill Nye

    13/11/2020 Duración: 54min

    In this episode of 92Y Talks, Neil deGrasse Tyson—astrophysicist icon, Hayden Planetarium director, and host of National Geographic’s COSMOS ––talks with the great science popularizer Bill Nye about the making of COSMOS: POSSIBLE WORLDS and its state-of-the art visual effects, the legacy of the visionary Carl Sagan, and, in Tyson’s words, “our eternal search for answers about ourselves in the universe.” Created, executive produced, directed, and written by Ann Druyan and hosted by Tyson, the show transports viewers to lost worlds and others yet to be revealed by science. The conversation was recorded on March 9, 2020 in front of a live audience at New York’s 92nd Street Y.

  • Netflix's The Queen's Gambit

    05/11/2020 Duración: 01h11min

    In this episode of 92Y Talks, Anya Taylor-Joy, Marielle Heller, Moses Ingram, and Scott Frank discuss their new Netflix limited series The Queen’s Gambit with Jodie Foster. Based on the Walter Trevis novel about a Cold War-era chess prodigy, it’s a coming-of-age story like no other—a complex portrait that follows a young girl from a Kentucky orphanage into the upper echelons of competitive chess as she discovers her preternatural talent for the game—along with the demons that haunt her pursuit of a new life. The conversation was streamed live as part of the 92nd Street Y’s online talks series on November 1, 2020.

  • Representative Hakeem Jeffries in Conversation with Eddie S. Glaude Jr.

    29/10/2020 Duración: 57min

    New York Democratic Congressman Hakeem Jeffries joins us with Eddie S. Glaude Jr, distinguished professor of African American Studies at Princeton and author of Begin Again: James Baldwin’s America and Its Urgent Lessons for Our Own, for a conversation about racism in America and the urgent need to create a more just society. Jeffries is chairman of the House Democratic Caucus and a tireless advocate for racial and social justice. In June, he helped lead the charge in passing the historic George Floyd Justice in Policing Act, and is dedicated to making transformative police reform a reality and to fully realizing the principle of liberty and justice for all. How can lawmakers address historic inequities in public policy and make real, effective change? Join us for what is sure to be a compelling conversation.

  • Netflix’s Get Organized with The Home Edit: Clea Shearer & Joanna Teplin in Conversation with Retta

    22/10/2020 Duración: 52min

    In this episode of 92Y Talks, Clea Shearer and Joanna Teplin discuss their new Netflix series Get Organized with The Home Edit with actress and comedian Retta. Shearer and Teplin share their secrets for conquering your clutter with their unique brand of interior styling, practicality and humor. The conversation was streamed live as part of the 92nd Street Y’s online talks series on September 22, 2020.

  • HBO’s Coastal Elites with cast and creators

    15/10/2020 Duración: 53min

    In this episode of 92Y Talks, Bette Midler, Kaitlyn Dever, Dan Levy, Sarah Paulson, Issa Rae, playwright Paul Rudnick, and director Jay Roach talk with CNN’s Alisyn Camerota about their new HBO socially distanced comedy, Coastal Elites. The special presentation spotlights five hilarious and wildly distinct characters across the United States grappling with the pandemic and the politics that surround it. The conversation was streamed live as part of the 92nd Street Y’s online talks series on September 14, 2020.

  • With the creative team behind Disney+’s Howard

    08/10/2020 Duración: 58min

    Disney+’s Howard: Don Hahn, Alan Menken, Paige O’Hara, Jodi Benson, Bill Lauch, and Sarah Gillespie in Conversation with Vanity Fair’s Joanna Robinson In this episode of 92Y Talks, director Don Hahn, Alan Menken, Paige O’Hara, Jodi Benson, Bill Lauch, and Sarah Gillespie talk with Vanity Fair’s Joanna Robinson about the life and creative force of Howard Ashman, the brilliant lyricist who helped make some of the most beloved family musicals of all time. Ashman was already a Disney legend when his life was tragically cut short by AIDS, and Don Hahn’s documentary, Howard, brings him into focus. The conversation was streamed live as part of the 92nd Street Y’s online talks series on August 19, 2020. 

  • Defending Jacob with cast Chris Evans, Michelle Dockery, Jaeden Martell and producers Mark Bomback and Morten Tyldum in Conversation with Devan Coggan

    01/10/2020 Duración: 01h33min

    Most parents would readily agree that they’d do anything to protect their child—but what happens when that child is accused of the unthinkable? Chris Evans and Michelle Dockery star in Apple’s limited series Defending Jacob, about the seemingly idyllic Barber family and the upheaval they experience when their son Jacob (Jaeden Martell) is charged with murder. Based on William Landay’s 2012 bestselling novel, Defending Jacob is a compelling character-driven thriller exploring guilt, deception, and how far a family will go to protect one of its own. Join Evans, Dockery and Martell, and the show's executive producers Mark Bomback and Morten Tyldum as they talk with Entertainment Weekly’s Devan Coggan about bringing their twisty thriller to the screen, from first accusations to that final, gut-wrenching ending. All eight episodes of Defending Jacob are now available to stream exclusively on Apple TV+.

  • Netflix’s The Innocence Files

    10/09/2020 Duración: 01h46min

    Netflix’s The Innocence Files with Alex Gibney, Roger Ross Williams, Liz Garbus, Cynthia Littleton, Peter Neufeld, Vincent Southerland and Derrick Hamilton How do innocent people end up in prison? The Innocence Project has been exploring this problem—and combating it—for decades. And now a new Netflix documentary series, The Innocence Files, is pulling back the veil on their work. Join us for an eye-opening, two-part look inside America’s deeply flawed criminal justice system. The first conversation—with The Innocence Files’ award-winning directors Liz Garbus, Alex Gibney, and Roger Ross Williams—introduces us to The Innocence Project’s longstanding fight against wrongful conviction and the systemic racism that continues to plague the American criminal justice system. The second conversation—with Innocence Project co-founder Peter Neufeld, Executive Director of NYU’s Center on Race, Inequality and the Law, Vincent Southerland, and Brooklyn Exoneree and Criminal Justice Reform Advocate Derrick Hamilton—gives u

  • Queer Eye 5: Bobby Berk, Karamo Brown, Tan France, Antoni Porowski, and Jonathan Van Ness in Conversation with Gerrad Hall

    20/08/2020 Duración: 58min

    Entertainment Weekly’s Gerrad Hall discusses the Netflix series Queer Eye with Bobby Berk, Karamo Brown, Tan France, Antoni Porowski, and Jonathan Van Ness, and look back on some of the show’s most poignant –– and hilarious! –– moments. After five seasons, countless French tucks, seven Emmys, and lots of tears, their message of acceptance and equality is as relevant as ever. The conversation was streamed live as part of the 92nd Street Y’s online talks series on July 6, 2020.

  • Protesting for Change: Wes Moore with Willie Geist

    24/07/2020 Duración: 01h04min

    When Freddie Gray was arrested for possessing an “illegal knife” in April 2015, he was, by eyewitness accounts that video evidence later confirmed, treated “roughly” as police loaded him into a vehicle. By the end of his trip in the police van, Gray was in a coma from which he would never recover. In the wake of a long history of economic inequality and racial injustice in Baltimore, this tragedy felt like a final straw—it led to a week of protests and then five days described alternately as a riot or an uprising that set the entire city on edge, and caught the nation’s attention. While attending Gray’s funeral, Wes Moore saw every strata of the city come together: grieving mothers; members of the city’s wealthy elite; activists; and the long-suffering citizens of Baltimore—all looking to comfort each other, but also looking for answers. Join him to get his unique perspective of the uprising and the events that followed leading up today. Purchase Five Days-The Fiery Reckoning of an American City here.

  • Netflix's The Old Guard: Gina Prince-Bythewood and KiKi Layne in Conversation with Barry Jenkins

    16/07/2020 Duración: 33min

    Join celebrated director Gina Prince-Bythewood (Love & Basketball, Beyond the Lights) and rising star KiKi Layne (If Beale Street Could Talk) for a conversation with Academy Award-winning filmmaker Barry Jenkins about Prince-Bythewood’s brilliant new Netflix movie The Old Guard. A tough and thoughtful action thriller starring Charlize Theron and KiKi Layne, The Old Guard is already being hailed by critics as one of the freshest blockbusters of the summer. Be there as Prince-Bythewood and Layne talk to Jenkins about why they wanted to dive into the genre, adapting a film from a comic book, stories from behind the scenes, and more.  

  • Julian Bond, Harry Belafonte & Clarence Jones: 50th Anniversary of the March on Washington

    18/06/2020 Duración: 01h16min

    We all know that Martin Luther King made his “I Have a Dream” speech at the March on Washington but the march was much more than that speech. All three TV networks covered it live (using the exotic new Telstar satellite) and the March helped lead to passage of the Civil Rights Act and later the Voting Rights Act. Join Harry Belafonte - one of the organizers of the March and financial supporters for the movement at crucial moments - and fellow civil rights leaders Julian Bond and Clarence Jones in conversation with Budd Mishkin.

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