24 Hours of Public Programs
by The New York Public Library
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Since its inception in 1983, The New York Public Library's public education programs have featured a wide spectrum of contemporary writers, artists, academics, critics and intellectuals currently working in the United States and abroad and given them a forum in which to explore ideas, new and old, in lectures, interviews, and conversations. In 2006, the library received a grant from The Metropolitan New York Library Council to digitize 24 hours of audio recordings of lectures and interviews presented as part of its public programs series.
||Oliver Sacks: Stinks and Bangs, Memories of a Chemical Boyhood||--||10/23/2002||Free||View In iTunes|
||Sarah Vowell: Gettysburg, Salem and Other Weekend Getaways||--||10/10/2002||Free||View In iTunes|
||Randy Cohen: Interviewed by David Rakoff||--||10/8/2002||Free||View In iTunes|
||Michiko Kaku: Visualizing the Invisible||--||7/24/2009||Free||View In iTunes|
||Paul Auster: Interviewed by Michael Wood||--||3/21/2008||Free||View In iTunes|
||Wynton Marsalis at The New York Public Library||--||7/23/2009||Free||View In iTunes|
||Jessica Mitford: Interviewed by Christopher Hitchens||--||3/21/2008||Free||View In iTunes|