Terry Gross, host of NPR's "Fresh Air" and interviewer extraordinaire, was our 2002 Sackler awardee!
'Project Nim': A Chimp's Very Human, Very Sad Life
Project Nim is the new documentary about a chimpanzee raised in a human household as part of an experiment to see if chimps could learn language. Director James Marsh and two of the people who cared for Nim talk with Terry Gross about the controversial study.
Terri Gross--from her interview with Vanity Faire. Q: Which historical figure do you most identify with? A: It’s hard to choose from among the many short Jewish women celebrated in the history books I read in school.
Which Public Radio Host Are You? You're Fresh Air host Terry Gross. You're extremely punctual, always prepared, and pack a verbal punch much bigger than your tiny frame. The whole world dreads the day you decide to retire.
Hosted by Terry Gross, Fresh Air from WHYY is the Peabody Award-winning weekday magazine of contemporary arts and issues. One of public radio's most popular programs, Fresh Air features intimate conversations with today's biggest luminaries.
Susan Burton, "Terry Gross and the Art of Opening Up," The New York Times Magazine October The “Fresh Air” host’s master class in conversation. Photo by Ryan McGinley of Gross at the WHYY building in Philadelphia.