- Actress Jenna FischerTavis talks with the Emmy-nominated actress about her role in NBC's hit comedy The Office and her new film.Actress Jenna Fischer
- Actor Laurence Fishburne
Award-winning actor shares how he balances reprising the role he originated on Broadway as the first African American Supreme Court justice in Thurgood with his star turn in TV’s CSI.Actor Laurence Fishburne
- Scientist-conservationist Tim FlanneryTavis talks with scientist-conservationist and best-selling author Tim FlanneryScientist-conservationist Tim Flannery
- Musician-composer Béla FleckThe groundbreaking banjoist reflects on a career of defying labels and demonstrates his talent with a performance of a track featured on his CD, “The Imposter.”Musician-composer Béla Fleck
- Opera singer Renée FlemingThe versatile soprano reflects on her career and discusses her role in "A Streetcar Named Desire," which she's played at Carnegie Hall and in Los Angeles.Opera singer Renée Fleming
- President Chicago Anti-Eviction Campaign Willie J.R. Fleming The Chicago Anti-Eviction Campaign President joins us as we commemorate the 5th anniversary of the Poverty Tour.President Chicago Anti-Eviction Campaign Willie J.R. Fleming
- Publisher Larry FlyntPublisher Larry Flynt discusses his work.Publisher Larry Flynt
- Novelist Ken Follett
Wales-born novelist talks about his new book, Fall of Giants, exec producing the feature film White Wedding and U.K. politics.Novelist Ken Follett
- Actor Harrison FordThe Oscar-nominated actor describes lessons learned from portraying Brooklyn Dodgers GM Branch Rickey in the new Jackie Robinson biopic, "42."Actor Harrison Ford
- Former congressman Harold Ford, Jr.The former Tennessee congressman explains why all Goliaths are not bad, but all Davids are goodFormer congressman Harold Ford, Jr.
- Historian Amanda ForemanTavis talks with the awarding-winning historian about her book, A World on Fire, which explores the history of the British involvement in the Civil War.Historian Amanda Foreman
- Professor and Author James Forman, Jr.The professor and author discusses his book, Locking Up Our Own: Crime and Punishment in Black America.Professor and Author James Forman, Jr.
- Musician Zucchero FornaciariThe Grammy-nominated musician talks about his Americana tour and offers a glimpse of his artistry in a performance.Musician Zucchero Fornaciari
- TIME’s Rana ForooharTIME's assistant managing editor unpacks the magazine's cover story this week by detailing myths of the current U.S. economy and explaining whether the private sector can save it.TIME’s Rana Foroohar