This week in Studio 360
, Kurt Andersen speaks with Edie Falco, who has taken on the toughest roles of any leading lady in this “golden age” of cable television. A Mexican artist gets creative with a hoard of confiscated guns, turning them into an orchestra of playable musical instruments. And a strange and disturbing conversation with Charles Krafft, a respected artist who has gone public as a Holocaust denier. Krafft insists that his earlier work using swastikas was ironic, not a form of clever propaganda. [Broadcast Date: March 16, 2013]
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