Introducing the Fresh Air Archive

For more than 40 years, Fresh Air with Terry Gross has inspired and engaged audiences in Greater Philadelphia and around the country. Now, thanks to a generous grant from the Horace W. Goldsmith Foundation, Fresh Air fans and new listeners alike can access the show’s entire catalogue at the Fresh Air Archive, a dedicated, purpose-built website designed to highlight the breadth and depth of all that Fresh Air has to offer.

With a catalogue of more than 22,000 segments to date and new ones being added each week, the Fresh Air Archive is home to a living history of the American experience as shared by the thought leaders, cultural icons, and storytellers who shaped it. From former Presidents like Bill Clinton and Jimmy Carter to writers like Maya Angelou and Philip Roth to entertainers like Madonna and Aretha Franklin, the Fresh Air Archive contains thousands of intimate conversations with some of the most important writers, actors, directors, musicians, comics, journalists, and scholars from the last 40 years and today.

Visit FreshAirArchive.org today and let us know what you think of the site at FreshAirArchive@whyy.org.

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