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On Being with Krista Tippett is a public radio project delving into the human side of news stories + issues. Curated + edited by senior editor Trent Gilliss.

We publish guest contributions. We edit long; we scrapbook. We do big ideas + deep meaning. We answer questions.

We've even won a couple of Webbys + a Peabody Award.
The Rockefeller Grounds Kate Moos, Managing ProducerAfter a debrief session on the Consumed series we got a tour of the Rockefeller home and its grounds, where modern scultpures tumble casually—Serra, Calder, Brancusi—unbelievable. The house is full of H’an Dynasty porcelain, modern art, and a basement full of murals fashioned after Picassos. Here’s a shot from the verandah overlooking the beautiful Hudson River as late afternoon sun brilliantly turns to dusk.
The Rockefeller Grounds Kate Moos, Managing ProducerAfter a debrief session on the Consumed series we got a tour of the Rockefeller home and its grounds, where modern scultpures tumble casually—Serra, Calder, Brancusi—unbelievable. The house is full of H’an Dynasty porcelain, modern art, and a basement full of murals fashioned after Picassos. Here’s a shot from the verandah overlooking the beautiful Hudson River as late afternoon sun brilliantly turns to dusk.
The Rockefeller Grounds Kate Moos, Managing ProducerAfter a debrief session on the Consumed series we got a tour of the Rockefeller home and its grounds, where modern scultpures tumble casually—Serra, Calder, Brancusi—unbelievable. The house is full of H’an Dynasty porcelain, modern art, and a basement full of murals fashioned after Picassos. Here’s a shot from the verandah overlooking the beautiful Hudson River as late afternoon sun brilliantly turns to dusk.

The Rockefeller Grounds
Kate Moos, Managing Producer

After a debrief session on the Consumed series we got a tour of the Rockefeller home and its grounds, where modern scultpures tumble casually—Serra, Calder, Brancusi—unbelievable. The house is full of H’an Dynasty porcelain, modern art, and a basement full of murals fashioned after Picassos. Here’s a shot from the verandah overlooking the beautiful Hudson River as late afternoon sun brilliantly turns to dusk.

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A Conference on Climate Change Kate Moos, Managing ProducerProducer Colleen Scheck and I will be spending the next few days at the Pocantico Conference Center in New York, once the estate of the Rockefeller family. The occasion is a two day meeting of national producers from American Public Media, headquartered in Saint Paul, Minnesota. We’ll be briefed on new climate change research, and to have some chalk talk about our recently completed “Consumed” series. It promises to be enriching, and since we very rarely depart the office and leave our deadline-driven work for real, reflective conversation, we’re very much looking forward to it.
A Conference on Climate Change Kate Moos, Managing ProducerProducer Colleen Scheck and I will be spending the next few days at the Pocantico Conference Center in New York, once the estate of the Rockefeller family. The occasion is a two day meeting of national producers from American Public Media, headquartered in Saint Paul, Minnesota. We’ll be briefed on new climate change research, and to have some chalk talk about our recently completed “Consumed” series. It promises to be enriching, and since we very rarely depart the office and leave our deadline-driven work for real, reflective conversation, we’re very much looking forward to it.

A Conference on Climate Change
Kate Moos, Managing Producer

Producer Colleen Scheck and I will be spending the next few days at the Pocantico Conference Center in New York, once the estate of the Rockefeller family. The occasion is a two day meeting of national producers from American Public Media, headquartered in Saint Paul, Minnesota. We’ll be briefed on new climate change research, and to have some chalk talk about our recently completed “Consumed” series. It promises to be enriching, and since we very rarely depart the office and leave our deadline-driven work for real, reflective conversation, we’re very much looking forward to it.

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