Articulate is an EMMY® Award-winning TV show about the big ideas that define us all.
Articulate believes that what artists can teach us about our own humanity can help us be more humane to each other. This is why Embracing Our Differences is so proud to partner with Articulate for the 4th season of this wonderful arts show, hosted by Jim Cotter. Artists who will be featured throughout the season, bring to light the important role the arts plays in all of our lives and how it has the ability to transform us and our perspectives. It is the mission of Embracing Our Differences to use the transformative power of the arts to educate and inspire to create a better world. Together, we can shape our communities and embrace our differences.
Over thirteen episodes, get to know authors, dancers, sculptors, poets, musicians, a world famous conductor and an award-winning architect. This season brings themed broadcasts for Halloween, Valentine's Day, Black History Month and Earth Day.
The show's creators have a knack for uncovering talent. Executive producer Tori Marchiony interviewed Hayley Kiyokobefore her MTV Video Music Award. Get to know a NASA physicist turned origami expert, a dictionary writer, and a master stonecutter.
We check back with guest Josh Radnor, star of How I Met Your Mother and half of the band Radnor & Lee. The weekly public television magazine show explores how creative thinkers help shape our understanding of the world.
Cotter caught up with the internationally acclaimed conductor Yannick Nézet-Séguin in Israel. "We chased him halfway across the world and he literally lives across the street from Articulate's studios in Philadelphia."
Articulate with Jim Cotter is presented by WHYY, Philadelphia's PBS and NPR member station, and is distributed by American Public Television. Articulate is made possible by generous funding from the Neubauer Family Foundation and is produced by the educational nonprofit Arts Advance.