Capital Culture

Think D.C. is all politics and traffic? Think again. Each week on Capital Culture, WTOP's Rachel Nania and Jason Fraley highlight the latest happenings in D.C.'s creative community -- from film to theatre to food and more.

LATEST EPISODE

Episode 82: Amy Schumer feels pretty in her new movie; D.C. welcomes its first made-in-the-District rosť

Amy Schumer feels pretty in her new movie; D.C. welcomes its first made-in-the-District rosť
00:19:18 4/19/2018

Past Episodes

Professional wrestler Mick Foley and journalist Maria Shriver
00:25:20 4/12/2018
Otessa Ghadar of DC Web Fest, plus Matthew Hartings on the chemistry of cooking ahead of USA Science and Engineering Festival
00:00:00 4/5/2018
Episode 79: Rider Strong from "Boy Meets World" talks Awesome Con, plus the National Museum of Women in the Arts celebrates a big birthday
00:27:27 3/28/2018
Mateo Ferro from 'In the Heights' and chef Mike Friedman on Passover veggies
00:20:00 3/22/2018
St. Patrick's Day with The Inn at Little Washington's Patrick O'Connell, plus the Rock and Roll for Children Foundation
00:15:07 3/15/2018
Pati Jinich of 'Pati's Mexican Table' and Kent Gash of 'The Wiz'
00:24:40 3/8/2018
Pepperoni rolls pop up in DC, Robert Schenkkan of "The Great Society" talks Lyndon B. Johnson at Arena Stage, plus a preview of spring happenings in Frederick.
00:31:40 3/1/2018
Ric Ocasek from The Cars and Barclay Saul of Kyrgies on this week's episode of Capital Culture.
00:24:20 2/23/2018
As "Annihilation" hits movie theaters this weekend, WTOP Film Critic Jason Fraley looks back at his 2015 chat with Alex Garland, who came in studio to discuss his instant sci-fi masterpiece "Ex Machina."
00:00:00 2/22/2018
We talk to the cast of "Romeo & Juliet" at The Kennedy Center, plus French baker Eric Kayser.
00:28:00 2/15/2018

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