Arts Express: Beatles Behind The Scenes, With Good Ol’ Freda

Dialing Up Danger: In an unintended New York City mayoral election post-primary parody, Anthony Weiner, alias Carlos Danger, unwittingly phones up Arts Express.

Good Ol’ Freda: A conversation with Liverpool secretary Freda Kelly about the decade she worked for the Beatles, and the new documentary about her life. And if you have no idea at all about the people who always pour your coffee or bag your groceries every day, then this film is for you. Revealing the riches in observations offered by one of those among the invisible millions serving in the shadows of life.


Director Brian De Palma Talks Redacted: And in a parallel to US wars with this ‘fictional documentary,’ the continuing war on journalists and filmmakers. While ironically, the redacting of the director and his film as well in this relevant as ever encore presentation.

Book Corner: NYC Dominican born immigrant writer and Arts Express contributor Miguel Gardel reads from his short story about joblessness and internal immigrant exile, ‘Furniture Factory.’

Prairie Miller is a New York multimedia journalist online, in print and radio, who reviews movies and conducts in-depth interviews. She can also be heard on WBAI/Pacifica National Radio Network’s Arts Express.