1. Fresh Air Master Roster (now bookmarkable and shareable)

    I ran some API queries on the NPR API site and then made some Google Docs archiving our roster by topic/reviewer. Here’s the result:

    Every Author Interview on Fresh Air from 2010-2012

    Every Movie Interview on Fresh Air from 2009-2012

    Every Science Story on Fresh Air from 2010-2012

    Every Music Interview on Fresh Air from 2010-2012 

    Every Television Interview on Fresh Air from 2009-2012

    Every Animal Story on Fresh Air from 2009-2012

    Every Theater Story on Fresh Air 2009-2012

    Every Food Story on Fresh Air 2009-2012

    Every Sports Story on Fresh Air 2009-2012

    Ken Tucker reviews 2009-2012

    Ed Ward reviews 2009-2012

    David Bianculli reviews 2009-2012

    Maureen Corrigan reviews 2009-2012

    Geoff Nunberg commentaries 2009-2012

    David Edelstein reviews 2009-2012

    Milo Miles reviews (world music) 2007-2012

    John Powers reviews 2007-2012

    Lloyd Schwartz reviews 2007-2012

    Kevin Whitehead reviews 2007-2012

    There’s also a master list for

    every piece in 2010

    every piece in 2011

    every piece in 2012

    If anyone can think of a better way to list these, by all means PLEASE let me know. I’m a one-woman web shop with limited programming abilities (AP C++ in 12th grade, mainly) and don’t have time to make these look the way they should. But if you’d like to, I’m happy to supply you with the API query I used and anything else you might need.

    -Mel

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  1. Anonymous asked: I would be so so so so grateful if you could post a list of the authors/writers/filmmakers etc. Terry has interviewed (most especially novelists).

    Okay! This is a great idea. I ran some API queries on the NPR API site and then made some Google Docs. Here’s the result:

    Every Author Interview on Fresh Air from 2010-2012

    Every Movie Interview on Fresh Air from 2009-2012

    Every Science Story on Fresh Air from 2010-2012

    Every Music Interview on Fresh Air from 2010-2012 

    Every Television Interview on Fresh Air from 2009-2012

    Every Animal Story on Fresh Air from 2009-2012

    Every Theater Story on Fresh Air 2009-2012

    Every Food Story on Fresh Air 2009-2012

    Every Sports Story on Fresh Air 2009-2012

    Ken Tucker reviews 2009-2012

    Ed Ward reviews 2009-2012

    David Bianculli reviews 2009-2012

    Maureen Corrigan reviews 2009-2012

    Geoff Nunberg commentaries 2009-2012

    David Edelstein reviews 2009-2012

    Milo Miles reviews (world music) 2007-2012

    John Powers reviews 2007-2012

    Lloyd Schwartz reviews 2007-2012

    Kevin Whitehead reviews 2007-2012

    There’s also a master list for

    every piece in 2010

    every piece in 2011

    every piece in 2012

    If anyone can think of a better way to list these, by all means PLEASE let me know. I’m a one-woman web shop with limited programming abilities (AP C++ in 12th grade, mainly) and don’t have time to make these look the way they should. But if you’d like to, I’m happy to supply you with the API query I used and anything else you might need.

    -Mel

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  1. If you’ve ever thought, ‘Hmm, what was on Fresh Air back in February?’ here’s a Google doc I created to help you browse/peruse/find something new. And here’s 2011 and 2010, too.

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  1. Posted on 6 September, 2011

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    Reblogged from newyorker

    If you’re in college/grad school/high school, you might want to look through our archives if you’re writing a research paper this year. I never thought to go to NPR as a source when writing/researching in college, but all the transcripts are up and searchable. (primary sources FTW!) Plus, you can embed audio in a powerpoint presentation, which should go over nicely.           (cartoon via newyorker) View in High-Res

    If you’re in college/grad school/high school, you might want to look through our archives if you’re writing a research paper this year. I never thought to go to NPR as a source when writing/researching in college, but all the transcripts are up and searchable. (primary sources FTW!) Plus, you can embed audio in a powerpoint presentation, which should go over nicely.           (cartoon via newyorker)

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