Here are some of this week’s arts and culture stories from public broadcasters around the nation.
“Boardwalk Empire” creator Terence Winter, HBO co-president Richard Plepler and filmmakers Ken Burns and Lynn Novick, whose newest documentary is “Prohibition,” discuss the fact and fiction surrounding the two television series and how the two overlap.
Project Voicescape, a new initiative from Adobe Youth Voices, PBS and POV, “is encouraging teenage students nationwide to use digital media tools to create documentary stories. Fifteen projects by 22 teen filmmakers have received grants and been paired with a filmmaker mentor through the project.
KQED knows how time consuming it is to search through all the new music that is coming out, so they’ve done the leg work for you, offering seven songs you didn’t know you’d love.
NPR features Headlines the first one-man Warhol show at The National Gallery of Art, which focuses on a series of paintings he made of Page One tabloid headlines.
The cast and crew of the popular radio program Wait Wait…Don’t Tell Me! brought their quick-witted humor to Portland, Or., in a live performance last week. OPB shares video of Peter Sagal and gang rehearsing material for the show.