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Thursday, February 25th, 2021  
Heart’s Ann Wilson on Her New Song “Tender Heart”

Feb 09, 2021

Ann Wilson, co-founder, along with her sister, Nancy, of the anthemic, Hall of Fame rock ‘n’ roll band, Heart, is one-of-a-kind. Her singular, sky-scraping voice has been mimicked by singers since she first began to sing.  More

Chef Tanya Holland

Jan 27, 2021 Web Exclusive

Chef Tanya Holland is a marvel. If she’s not teaching Selena Gomez how to make biscuits and fried chicken, then she’s hosting a podcast or pitching shows to the Oprah Winfrey Network. In conversation, Holland is cheery and informative, qualities borne of a life of curiosity, hard work and now decades of success.  More

Steven Wilson on “The Future Bites”

Jan 25, 2021 Web Exclusive

Up until now Steven Wilson has been renowned as “Britain’s biggest underground rock star.” He may soon become known as Britain’s answer to Jeff Bezos.  More

Director Kamilah Forbes on HBO’s “Between the World and Me”

Jan 21, 2021 Web Exclusive

We caught up with Kamilah Forbes to ask what it was like to bring Ta-Nehisi Coates' 2015 book Between the World and Me to life first on stage and then on screen, the emotions she felt doing so and how she first came to love creativity.  More

Documentarian John Wilson on His HBO Show “How to With John Wilson”

Dec 22, 2020 Web Exclusive

If HBO’s How to With John Wilson isn’t your new favorite show, that’s probably because you haven’t seen it yet. We caught up with Wilson to ask him about the series, how his career led him to making it, how he finds his scenes, and much more. But beware, dear reader, there are some spoilers below. Thankfully HBO has already renewed How to With John Wilson for a second season.  More

“Harvey Birdman” Co-Creator Erik Richter on Cartoon Network, Atlanta, Adult Swim, and More

Dec 18, 2020 Web Exclusive

For those tuning in to the Adult Swim O.G. cartoon show, Harvey Birdman, Attorney at Law, you may hear a familiar voice. No, you’re not hearing things—that is late night show host, Stephen Colbert, voicing villains with ray guns or judges with gavels. More

George Lowe on Being Space Ghost, Mike Lazzo’s Texas Accent, and Fighting With Zorak

Dec 17, 2020

When speaking with voice actor, George Lowe, who famously portrayed Space Ghost on the quirky, at times goofy cartoon late night show Space Ghost Coast to Coast, it’s easy to get lost on little anecdote paths or avenues that lead to other stories More

Andy Merrill on “The Brak Show,” Being a Space Cat, and the Weirdest Singing Voice Ever

Dec 16, 2020 Web Exclusive

For fans of Cartoon Network and Adult Swim, the name Brak likely brings about a particular type of grin. We caught up with voice actor and writer, Andy Merrill, who voiced Brak, to talk about the character’s origin, if he is a “space cat,” or not and how Merrill first landed at Adult Swim. More

Matt Thompson on the Origins of Adult Swim’s “Sealab 2021”

Dec 15, 2020 Web Exclusive

Sealab 2021, one of the four original Adult Swim shows that aired first in December 2000 and then later, more formally, in September 2001, was the underwater-set work comedy in which a group of scientists living in a submarine laboratory interact and get into trouble. We caught up with Matt Thompson, the show’s co-creator (thanks to the fine folks at HBO Max), to talk about how he first fell in love with animation, how Sealab 2021 found Adult Swim (and the Cartoon Network) and what he remembers most from making the show.  More