- Authors Joseph Wilson; Valerie Plame WilsonAuthors Joseph Wilson; Valerie Plame Wilson
Former diplomat and his wife share the details of their journey from scandal in Washington to rebuilding their lives in New Mexico to being portrayed on Hollywood’s big screen.
- 39th U.S. President President Jimmy Carter39th U.S. President President Jimmy Carter
Former president discusses his newest text, tackles the lack of bipartisanship in Washington and weighs in on campaigning ‘then and now’ and today’s political system.
- M.D.-author Toni YanceyM.D.-author Toni Yancey
UCLA professor of health services and author of Instant Recess explains why what’s good for the waistline is good for the bottom line.
- Jazz saxophonist Dave KozJazz saxophonist Dave Koz
Saxophonist and six-time Grammy nominee discusses his decision to sing on ‘Hello Tomorrow.’
- Singer Johnny MathisSinger Johnny Mathis
Grammy Hall of Fame singer explains why he made the decision to release a CD in country music genre.
- TV director-producer James BurrowsTV director-producer James Burrows
Multiple Emmy winner discusses his ability to bring shows to TV networks that are innovative in a business that places an incentive on shows that are imitative.
- Economist David BeckmannEconomist David Beckmann
Activist-economist and author of Exodus from Hunger gives advice on what everyday Americans can do to address hunger and poverty.
- R&B singer Eddie LevertR&B singer Eddie Levert
R&B singer and O’Jays frontman explains how, in death, his late son Gerald has taught him about what it means to be a father.
- Entrepreneur Steve BellamyEntrepreneur Steve Bellamy
Founder of the Tennis and Ski Channels explains why he thought a ski channel would be successful.
- Singer-actress Olivia Newton-JohnSinger-actress Olivia Newton-John
Singer-actress reflects on her 40 years in entertainment and 18 years as a breast cancer survivor.
- Bioethics professor Peter SingerBioethics professor Peter Singer
Princeton bioethics professor and author of The Life You Can Save explains why allowing harm is doing harm.
- Singer-songwriter Neil SedakaSinger-songwriter Neil Sedaka
Legendary singer-songwriter discusses the triumphs of his career, the lean years and what he learned along the way.
- Actor Tony DanzaActor Tony Danza
Emmy-nominated actor, who became a real-life high school teacher for an upcoming A&E reality show, reflects on why he found teaching such a daunting task.
- Former U.S. Secretary of State Dr. Condoleezza RiceFormer U.S. Secretary of State Dr. Condoleezza Rice
Former secretary of state and author of Extraordinary, Ordinary People shares the story of her childhood in Birmingham, AL and explains why she feels the U.S. Foreign Service shouldn’t be so white.
- Biographer Ron ChernowBiographer Ron Chernow
Prize-winning biographer, author of Washington: A Life, explains why he dares to say that, today, we know more about George Washington than Martha did.