Tons of lengthy, hour-long interviews with lots of different photographers like Steve McCurry, Gregory Crewdson, Philip Lorca Dicorcia, Susan Meiselas, etc. http://www.wfmu.org/playlists/SE I just finished listening to an interview with Dicorcia. He touched on a number of topics like his latest body of work "A Storybook Life," how he got started, his education, his practices and methods (not technical, though), the art world and his disdain for some of its aspects, photojournalism, the media, etc. A sidenote: before he was an art star, Dicorcia had a pretty lengthy career as a travel photographer. He doesn't talk about that in the interview though. An archive of his travel work: http://www.artandcommerce.com/anthology/archive/resultsql.cfm? photoname=Philip%2DLorca%20diCorcia His artwork and his commercial work share similar subject matter, but comparing the two, I find the overall the effect is very different.