Sally RIde wasn’t the first woman in science to face I-can’t-believe-they-said-that moments. Here are more side-eye worthy examples.
The Sally Ride episode kicks off The Experimenters and is made the old-fashioned way: by hand.
As we get set to release The Experimenters — our special mini-series featuring icons of science and innovation — we wanted to share some our favorite science archives. Dig in.
The musician’s style journey from apolitical singer to guiding voice of the civil right movement.
It’s been a phenomenal year with our animated interviews notching 3 million views, with people tuning in from over TK countries. Check out the top 10, most watched episodes.
“I had been warned Nina Simone did not enjoy talking to white people”
Kurt Vonnegut’s legacy is celebrated daily in a small but mighty museum in Indianapolis
Sometimes musical artists don’t like where their songs get played — whether it’s in a commercial or at a presidential hopeful’s campaign rally. Here are 7 cases of controversial song use, starting with our main man Tom Waits…
Kurt Vonnegut walks into a classroom at NYU in 1970. It’s on tape. This is what we did with it.
It took a month from the time we digitized the cassette tape interview with Bill Murray to wrapping the animated Blank on Blank. Here’s what happened along the way.