Lloyd Moss appears in the following:
Friday, March 30, 1984
Lloyd Moss continues his conversation with the author and political activist Gore Vidal. He talks about his political career and American politics in general. He also discusses his writing career and his historical novels including Burr, Lincoln, 1876, and Washington D.C. He also talks about the Italian's perception of the ...
Friday, March 23, 1984
Lloyd Moss talks to author, essayist, and political activist Gore Vidal. He talks about his life and career. He tells an anecdote about General Snyder, the doctor who delivered him at the Cadet Hospital. He talks about his writing career beginning with this first novel, Williwaw. He also discusses his ...
Sunday, January 22, 1984
Lloyd Moss talks with singer and actress Florence Henderson about her life and career. Because not many people know Henderson as a singer, Moss plays a recording of her singing a song from South Pacific. She talks about her work on the stage and on television. They discuss the changes ...
Saturday, December 17, 1983
Lloyd Moss interviews set designer Ming Cho Lee about his life and work, especially his Tony Award-winning design for Patrick Meyer's play _K2_, his current work for the Metropolitan Opera's production of Modest Mussorgsky's _Khovanshchina_, and Tennessee William's _The Glass Menagerie_. Mr. Lee discusses the musical selections of his choosing.
Saturday, December 10, 1983
Lloyd Moss interviews Jacques d'Amboise about his life (upbringing in Washington Heights) and career. Mr. d'Amboise discusses the musical selections of his choosing and his new book, _Teaching the Magic of Dance_.
WNYC archives id: 68288
Saturday, November 19, 1983
Lloyd Moss interviews journalist Bill Kurtis about his life and career. His mother's farm is on the location of "Little House on the Prairie". He discusses his finding the "Amerasian" street urchins, children of American soldiers and Vietnamese mothers. Mr Kurtis discusses the musical selections of his choosing.
Saturday, November 05, 1983
Lloyd Moss talks to U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York, Rudolph W. Giuliani, about his life and career. Moss runs the gamut from why sketch artists are used instead of cameras in the courtroom to whether Giuliani is interested in a career in politics. Giuliani talks about ...
Saturday, October 29, 1983
Lloyd Moss talks to authors Lev Kopelev and his wife Raisa Orlova. Kopelev talks about being imprisoned in the Gulag and about his memoirs Ease My Sorrows. Orlova talks about her passion for American literature and about her upcoming book. They talk about how they were exiled from Russia while ...
Saturday, June 04, 1983
Lloyd Moss interviews recordist and media consultant Tony Schwartz about his life and works. Mr Schwartz discusses the musical selections of his choosing, and plays some of his street recordings.
WNYC archives id: 72104
Saturday, December 18, 1982
Lloyd Moss talks to actress Ellen Burstyn about her life and career. She discusses the play, 84 Charing Cross Road, and the book on which it was based. She talks about her award-winning roles and her role as co-artistic director at The Actor's Studio. Burstyn discusses the musical selections she ...
Saturday, December 11, 1982
Lloyd Moss talks to author, educator, sociologist and philosopher Leo Rosten about his life and career. He talks about the collection of stories, The Education of Hyman Kaplan, which he wrote under his pen name, Leonard Q. Ross. He talks about his latest book, Hooray for Yiddish! A Book about ...
Saturday, December 04, 1982
Lloyd Moss talks to husband-and-wife actors Eli Wallach and Anne Jackson. They talk about studying with Sandy Meisner, Lee Strasberg, and Herbert Berkoff. They talk about their current play Twice Around the Park. They talk about performing on stage with their daughter Roberta in the Diary of Anne Frank. They ...
Saturday, November 06, 1982
This program is mentioned as the inaugural episode of the "This is My Music" series. Commercial breaks are edited out.
Lloyd Moss interviews writer James Michener about his life as an orphan; his methods of work; his work as an editor and in the British merchant marine ...
Saturday, November 14, 1981
Lloyd Moss interviews actress Joanne Woodward about her life and career, including her start in live television and her fledgling directing career.
Ms. Woodward also discusses her marriage to Paul Newman, and the musical selections of her choosing.
WNYC archives id: 72826
Saturday, November 07, 1981
Lloyd Moss talks to legendary popular music singer Tony Bennett about his life and career. They end the conversation discussing the future of American music. Mr. Bennett discusses the musical selections he chose. Moss also selects and plays a song sung by Tony Bennett.
WNYC archives id: 68174
Saturday, June 13, 1981
CHOPPED START. Lloyd Moss interviews composer and lyricist Richard Adler about his father's history (Clarence Adler) on W2XR and his relationship with Aaron Copland. Richard Adler speaks about his own career, including writing _The Pajama Game_, _Damn Yankees_ and _Kwamina_. Mr. Adler discusses the musical selections of his choosing.
Saturday, June 06, 1981
Lloyd Moss talks to vice president of Cunningham & Walsh Advertising Maxine Marx, about her sometimes difficult early life as daughter of Chico Marx and her career. Ms. Marx discusses her new autobiography and the musical selections of her choosing.
WNYC archives id: 68266
Saturday, May 30, 1981
Lloyd Moss interviews dancer, choreographer and singer Judith Jamison about her life and career. Ms. Jamison discusses the musical selections of her choosing.
Saturday, April 04, 1981
Lloyd Moss interviews actor Farley Granger about his life and theater and film work with Barbara Cook, Samuel Goldwyn, Eva Le Gallienne, and Alfred Hitchcock, among others. Mr. Granger discusses the musical selections of his choosing.
WNYC archives id: 72100
Saturday, March 28, 1981
Lloyd Moss interviews Texan-born director, producer and playwright Joshua Logan (South Pacific, Annie Get Your Gun) about growing up in the South, his five-year stint at military academy, and his theater and film work. Mr. Logan mentions his lifelong project of translating Bizet's Carmeninto English; working under Konstantin Stanislavsky in ...