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Our Correspondents: San Francisco

This series explores the artistic landmarks and icons that live in or visit host Tania Ketenjian's home town, San Francisco. Tania's first foray into radio began at WBAI-FM in New York where she contributed to City in Exile. She now has a weekly program, Sight Unseen, that airs in London and San Francisco. She is also a contributor to Public Radio International's Studio 360, the BBC, the BBC World Service, The Times UK and others. She makes documentaries and teaches audio production, sharing a studio with artists in the Mission district of San Francisco.


Edition #19: Pico Iyer, Pt. 2
Edition #26, Davis Guggenheim, It Might Get Loud
Edition #25, Henry Urbach, Sensate
Edition #24: Mike Judge, Extract
Edition #23: Sandra Phillips, Richard Avedon: Photographs 1946—2004
Edition #22: John Baldessari
Edition #17, Sight Unseen: Christian McBride
Edition #16: 2008 SECA (The Society for the Encouragement of Art) Art Awards
Edition #18: Pico Iyer, Pt. 1
Edition #15: Barry Jenkins, Medicine for Melancholy
Edition #13: Larry Clark
Edition #12: FredriksonStallard
Edition #11: Masculinity
Edition #10: Wim Wenders
Edition #8: Paraconceptual Design
Edition #14: Oakland
Edition #9: William Pope.L
Edition #7: Illegal Entry at Galeria de la Raza
Edition #6: Mark Horowitz
Edition #5: Irreducible: Contemporary Short Form Video
"Noir City" and the Castro Theater
Edition #20-21: Looking In, Robert Frank
Aaron Ximm & Ralph Rugoff
Soy y Que: New Chicano/Latino Representations
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