In more than twenty years in public broadcasting, Barbara Bogaev has interviewed rock stars and war correspondents for NPR's flagship program Fresh Air with Terry
Gross, talked with poet laureates and conscientious objectors for American Public Media's news and culture magazine Weekend America, and hosted and
produced local programming of all shapes and sizes for NPR member-stations WHYY and WXPN. She began her career in radio in 1986 in Philadelphia, as the original
producer of the award-winning talk show, Radio Times with Marty Moss-Coane. She has also worked in television with Nickelodeon, CBS, and independent PBS
Barbara has produced seven documentaries for SOUNDPRINT, and has hosted over 250 weekly episodes. When not on the air, she writes for the philosophy
blog HiLobrow.com, the Los Angeles history sites alwaysmorequestions.com and insroland.com, and donates her family homebrew, Biohazard Ale, for the underground
trap-door bar of the LA art collective, Machine Project.