Legendary science educator Dr. David Goodstein on The Mechanical Universe, scientific teaching methods, fossil fuels, and climate change.
Richard Rothstein on his new book The Color of Law, which traces a history of government led housing segregation.
Physicist Lawrence Krauss discusses the origins of the universe, the state of science education, and the need to speak out against ignorance.
The author of Exit Right discusses the unique factors driving our political beliefs and how internal tension can make us better people.
The New York City entertainer discusses his first book and the culture of bullying.
A truly wide-ranging conversation with investigative journalist Gerald Posner covering The Vatican Bank, 9/11, and the assassinations of Martin Luther King, Jr. and John F. Kennedy.
The writer of the beautiful “Lincoln’s Melancholy” and “Powers of Two” discusses his books, his connection with George Valliant, and his current work.
The author of a new book on Bob Dylan discusses one of the most valuable and puzzling of human traits: self-invention and reinvention.
The world’s leading expert on the disappearance of Jimmy Hoffa talks about his investigations into Hoffa, the NFL, the assassination of Robert Kennedy, the death of Vince Foster, and more.
The author of a new book takes on the identity of Jesus and asks what he would be like today and whether you would follow him.
The woman who’s done as much as anyone for independent publishing talks about its future.
The author and advocate talks about his new book and the increasing awareness of consumer rights.
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