Lloyd Moss

Lloyd Moss appears in the following:

Maxine Marx

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

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Judith Jamison

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.

Judith Jamison

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.


WNYC archives id: 68262

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Gloria Vanderbilt

Saturday, April 18, 1981

Lloyd Moss interviews artist Gloria Vanderbilt about her life (including her childhood trials and marriage to Leopold Stokowski) and her career. Ms. Vanderbilt discusses the musical selections of her choosing, which include an unreleased home tape of Harold Arlen performing.


WNYC archives id: 68255

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Glenda Jackson

Saturday, April 18, 1981

Lloyd Moss interviews British actress Glenda Jackson about her life and career, including Peter Brook's "Theatre of Cruelty" and the run of Andrew Davies' _Rose_ on Broadway with Jessica Tandy. Ms. Jackson discusses the musical selections of her choosing.


WNYC archives id: 68252

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Cheryl Tiegs

Saturday, April 11, 1981

Lloyd Moss interviews model Cheryl Tieg about her career, her violin playing from an early age until high school. Ms. Tieg discusses the musical selections of her choosing.


WNYC archives id: 71240

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Farley Granger

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

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Joshua Logan

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 ...

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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.

Mr. Kheel discusses the musical selections of his ...

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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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Terrence McNally

Saturday, February 07, 1981

Lloyd Moss interviews playwright Terrence McNally about his early life in Corpus Christi, TX, and his career; his love of opera and his command of several languages. Mr. McNally discusses the musical selections of his choosing.


WNYC archives id: 68592

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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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