john rabe

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Recent Pieces from john rabe

Caption: Filmmaker Eduardo Sanchez, Credit: John Rabe

Off-Ramp Presents: Eduardo Sanchez does "Blair Witch" one better with "Exists" (18:27)
From: KPCC

Off-Ramp's John Rabe interviews "Blair Witch" filmmaker Eduardo Sanchez about his new Bigfoot movie, "Exists"
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Off-Ramp Presents: Norman Lear, legendary TV producer, helped TV grow up (06:15)
From: john rabe

Patt Morrison interviews legendary TV producer Norman Lear, whose credits include groundbreaking shows "Maude" and "All in the Family."
Caption: Licensed mortician and author Caitlin Doughty and her ermine, Credit: John Rabe

Off-Ramp Presents: Caitlin Doughty, helping us toward The Good Death (15:51)
From: john rabe

Off-Ramp host John Rabe talks with Caitlin Doughty, author of "Smoke Gets in Your Eyes: and Other Lessons from the Crematory."
Caption: Petros Papadakis, about to go on air, Credit: John Rabe

Off-Ramp Presents: the world's loudest and smarted sportstalk host (09:48)
From: KPCC

An Off-Ramp interview with Petros Papadakis, wicked smart, incredibly loud, and not-so-sportsy nationally syndicated sports talk radio host.
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Off-Ramp presents: Sunday Assembly, "church" for atheists (07:20)
From: KPCC

Off-Ramp contributor RH Greene reports on Sunday Assembly, a fast-growing worldwide "church" for atheists.
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Off-Ramp Presents: Meet guitar god Del Casher, inventor of the wah-wah pedal (07:39)
From: KPCC

Produced interview with Del Casher, the little-heralded inventor of one of the most essential electric guitar add-ons.
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Off-Ramp Presents: The Flesh Eaters remember "A Minute to Pray, a Second to Die" (07:01)
From: KPCC

Punk supergroup The Flesh Eaters iconic 1981 album, "A Minute to Pray, a Second to Die," has been reissued.
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What are you reading? (Asked to 4th Graders) (02:38)
From: Hank Rosenfeld

With budget cuts closing many Los Angeles school libraries, students told Hank Rosenfeld about their love of books and what they were currently reading.