- Writer Rubén MartínezWriter Rubén Martínez
The Emmy-winning journalist offers insight into how the West could tip the scales in the 2012 presidential election and shares how immigration is changing the narrative in the U.S. and lessons learned while writing his text, Desert America.
- Actor Keanu ReevesActor Keanu Reeves
Reeves dissects the gains and losses of technological advances and industry shifts in filmmaking, which he details in the documentary, Side by Side.
- Comedian Jeff FoxworthyComedian Jeff Foxworthy
The popular comedian and host of GSN’s The American Bible Challenge discusses the new game show and lessons he hopes viewers will learn from it.
- Consumer advocate Ralph NaderConsumer advocate Ralph Nader
The consumer and political activist shares his opinions on how minimum wage and the weakened labor movement will play into the 2012 presidential race.
- Architect Frank Gehry – Part 2Architect Frank Gehry – Part 2
In part two of his conversation with Tavis, the world renowned architect discusses his earliest influences, the U.S. urban planning problem and the upcoming Dwight Eisenhower tower.
- Architect Frank Gehry – Part 1Architect Frank Gehry – Part 1
The iconic architect tells stories of his childhood and youth, which include failing an art class in college, and explains his use of art and music in architecture.
- Actor Dwight HenryActor Dwight Henry
The first-time actor details his story of New Orleans café owner-turned-actor, in the film Beasts of the Southern Wild, and comments on his newfound respect for actors and his future movie plans.
- Comedian-actor Jimmie WalkerComedian-actor Jimmie Walker
Walker discusses his career and behind-the-scenes happenings during his stint on Good Times and shares what it’s like to be known for the popular catchphrase—and the title of his memoir—Dy-no-mite.
- NCAA president Mark EmmertNCAA president Mark Emmert
The NCAA president delves into the Penn State scandal, the 40th anniversary of the Title IX ruling, educational requirements for athletes and whether college athletes should be paid.
- Chef Marcus SamuelssonChef Marcus Samuelsson
The award-winning chef serves up a tell-all of his life: struggling with cultural identity, paving the way for diversity in the cooking world and making Harlem a hot spot for foodies—all described in his memoir, Yes Chef.
- Actress-activist Mira SorvinoActress-activist Mira Sorvino
The Oscar-winning star of Union Square recounts the adrenaline rush of working on the indie film and explains how audiences can relate to it.
- Journalist Paul IngrassiaJournalist Paul Ingrassia
The Pulitzer Prize winner examines the synonym of Detroit and the auto industry, as detailed in Engines of Change, and weighs in on whether the U.S. is doomed for a double-dip recession.
- Musician Glenn Frey – Part 2Musician Glenn Frey – Part 2
In the final part of a two-night conversation, the six-time Grammy winner discusses how he’s changed over the years and his interest in writing a memoir about his work with the Eagles.
- Musician Glenn Frey – Part 1Musician Glenn Frey – Part 1
The Eagles founding member reflects on the 40 years since the band got together and shares how and why he recorded his latest solo effort, “After Hours.”
- Actor Elijah WoodActor Elijah Wood
The busy actor discusses his transition from features to the small screen, including his role in the FX series Wilfred, and shares the downside of being involved with a major franchise.