Arts & Culture

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Film Roundtable Coming May 28

May 10, 2016
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Tune in Saturday, May 28th at 10AM for KPCW's Film Roundtable Show. Hosted by Rick Brough, who's joined by local film buffs, this installment of the Roundtable will preview the summer's expected blockbusters and notable independent films. It airs right after Wait Wait Don't Tell Me on the Saturday of Memorial Day, here on KPCW.

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In this week's Friday Film Review, Libby Wadman looks at the new film, "Eye in the Sky." She says it's an effective war film about a new and different kind of war.

ffective war film about a new and different kind of war.

Author Jane Smiley populates American with four generations of the Langdons in her tree-volume trilogy of novels, "The Last Hundred Years." Julie Crittenden has this month's KPCW Book Review.

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Hosts John Wells and Peggy Ijams are out "on assignment" this week, so The Morning Mix gets taken over by the B Team - guest hosts Shirin Spangenberg, Monika Guendner and Ethel Preston. This show focuses on some of the best music and musicians who have appeared on the show over the last quarter, featuring Small House Strings, BeauSoleil avec Michael Doucet, Amber Ikeman and Sarah Anne Degraw.

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Rick Brough does this week's Friday Film Review on 10 Cloverfield Lane.

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KPCW Film Reviewer Libby Wadman has her first nomination for the 2017 Oscars - the new Tina Fey vehicle, Whiskey Tango Foxtrot in her review this week.

Laura McBride's debut novel, We Are Called to Rise, is a powerful story weaving together the lives of four very different characters and their families to experience events that will change the lives of them all. Barb Bretz has this month's book review.

KPCW Film Roundtable - Post Oscars Edition

Mar 5, 2016
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The gang comes back to talk about what they think of the winners - and losers - of the 2015 Academy Awards last weekend. They also tackle the aftermath of the #OscarsSoWhite controversy.

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Friday Film Reviewer Linda Jager explores the newest character for the indomitable Maggie Smith in The Lady in the Van. The film's (and Smith's) Miss Shepherd is a far cry from Downton Abbey's Dowager Countess.

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Deadpool has shaken up the box office and given a new twist to Marvel comic book movies. Rick Brough has this week's Friday Film Review.

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