Lloyd Moss

Lloyd Moss appears in the following:

Theodore Kheel

Saturday, March 14, 1981

Lloyd Moss interviews labor mediator Theodore Kheel about his life and distinguished career. Mr. Kheel describes a 1946 transit dispute with Mayor O'Dwyer, and David Sarnoff as mediator. He discusses his work towards equal employment rights with President Johnson.

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Alexander Scourby

Saturday, March 07, 1981

Lloyd Moss talks to Brooklyn-born actor Alexander "Voice of God" Scourby about his life and career, including his role as host of the "Live at the Met" television show and his extensive voiceover work (including work for the American Foundation for the Blind). Mr. Scourby discusses the musical selections of ...

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Barbara Cook

Saturday, February 28, 1981

Lloyd Moss talks to singer Barbara Cook about her distinguished career in Broadway, as a singer and as a straight actor. Ms. Cook discusses the musical selections of her choosing.


WNYC archives id: 68599

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Benny Goodman

Sunday, February 22, 1981

In this 1981 episode, Lloyd Moss goes to Benny Goodman's apartment to talk to the jazz and swing musician, clarinetist and bandleader about his life and career.

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Ian McKellen

Saturday, February 21, 1981

Lloyd Moss talks to English actor Ian McKellen about his life and career. He talks about his portrayal of Salieri as well as his work with the National Theatre and the Royal Shakespeare Company. They discuss the differences in theater in the United States and in England. Mr. McKellen discusses ...

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Emlyn Williams

Saturday, January 24, 1981


WNYC archives id: 68594

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Victor Gotbaum

Saturday, January 17, 1981

Lloyd Moss talks to Executive Director of District Council 37 New York City, American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees AFL-CIO, Victor Gotbaum about his career as a labor specialist and his involvement with Lincoln Center. Mr. Gotbaum discusses the musical selections he chose.


WNYC archives id: 68591

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Peter Shaffer

Saturday, January 10, 1981

Lloyd Moss talks to playwright and screenwriter Peter Shaffer about his career and works. They talk about the life of Mozart and his award-winning play, Amadeus. Shaffer discusses the musical selections he chose.


WNYC archives id: 68593

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Marvin Hamlisch

Saturday, November 22, 1980

Lloyd Moss interviews composer Marvin Hamlisch about his musical career on both coasts. Mr Hamlisch discusses the musical selections of his choosing.


WNYC archives id: 68588

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Christopher Reeve

Saturday, November 15, 1980

Lloyd Moss talks to actor Christopher Reeve about his life and career. He talks about the music he grew up with and being a madrigal singer. He discusses the roles he played in film and on stage, including Superman and in the play, Fifth of July. He discusses the need ...

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William F. Buckley, Jr.

Saturday, September 27, 1980

Lloyd Moss talks to author William F. Buckley, Jr. about his career and his book, God and Man at Yale. Mr. Buckley discusses the musical selections he chose, two of which were performed in his home.


WNYC archives id: 68580

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John Rubinstein

Saturday, September 06, 1980

Lloyd Moss talks to actor and composer John Rubinstein. He talks about his father, pianist Arthur Rubinstein. He goes over a long list of his favorite music and composers in addition to the musical selections he chose for this program. He talks about composing scores for movies and television. He ...

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Dick Van Dyke

Sunday, June 22, 1980

Lloyd Moss talks to actor, comedian, and writer Dick Van Dyke about his life and career. They discuss his work in motion pictures, on Broadway and on television, including Mary Poppins, The Music Man and The Dick Van Dyke Show. Van Dyke is a self-proclaimed "Bach nut" and chose works ...

Dick Van Dyke

Sunday, June 22, 1980

Lloyd Moss talks to actor, comedian, and writer Dick Van Dyke about his life and career. They discuss his work in motion pictures, on Broadway and on television, including Mary Poppins, The Music Man and The Dick Van Dyke Show. Van Dyke is a self-proclaimed "Bach nut" and chose works ...

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Jerry Stiller and Anne Meara

Saturday, May 10, 1980

Lloyd Moss talks to the husband-and-wife comedy team of Jerry Stiller and Anne Meara about their careers together and separately. There is much hilarity as they talk about their beginnings, studying under Uta Hagen, raising a family, and their current and upcoming projects. They discuss the musical selections they chose.


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Paul Sorvino

Saturday, April 19, 1980

Lloyd Moss talks to actor and performer Paul Sorvino about his life and works. He is also a singer and recorded the music of Carmelina. He is an opera lover and a great admirer of Beverly Sills. Sorvino discusses the musical selections he chose.


WNYC archives id: 68172

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Charles Nelson Reilly Part 2

Saturday, April 05, 1980

Lloyd Moss continues the previous week's discussion with comedian, actor, and director Charles Nelson Reilly. They continue their discussion on acting in opera. He shares some anecdotes about Roberta Peters and Uta Hagen. He announces his upcoming project starring Vincent Gardenia, Caruso, which is an account of Enrico Caruso's last ...

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Walter Lord

Saturday, March 22, 1980

Lloyd Moss talks to author Walter Lord about his life and works, including A Night to Remember. He tells an anecdote about Glenn Miller's Band during World War II. Mr. Lord talks about where he was when he discovered different types of popular music and the musical selections he chose ...

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Charles Nelson Reilly Part 1

Saturday, March 22, 1980

Lloyd Moss talks to the hilarious comedian and actor Charles Nelson Reilly about his life and career. A free-flowing conversation ensues in which he tells stories about his childhood, his work as an actor and as a teacher. He also discusses acting and acting in opera. He tells anecdotes about ...

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Len Cariou

Saturday, February 02, 1980

Lloyd Moss talks to actor Len Cariou about his life and career. He talks about his mother's side of the family being musical and artistic. He talks about his work as a director. He talks about the differences in working in the United States and in Canada. He talks about ...

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