The Oscar nominee recounts some of her struggles as a woman, a Muslim and an Iranian, as detailed in her memoir, The Alley of Love and Yellow Jasmines.
The director of CFR’s U.S.-Mexico Initiative explains why Mexico’s transformations over the last three decades matter for the U.S.
One of the greatest MLB pitchers of all time, Gooden shares stories of his personal and professional challenges, as detailed in his candid memoir, Doc.
The Council on Foreign Relations president unpacks his text, Foreign Policy Begins at Home.
The legendary NBA coach sparks controversy with his new text, Eleven Rings: The Soul of Success.
Sederer, author of The Family Guide to Mental Health Care, discusses the mental health crisis in the U.S.
The provocative best-selling author unpacks his new text, the intensely debated The World Until Yesterday.
We celebrate our landmark 2,000th show on PBS with highlights from some of our enlightening, encouraging and empowering conversations over the past 10 years.
The longtime activist and Tony-winning playwright—of Vagina Monologue fame—explains the motivation for her latest text, In the Body of the World.
The outspoken centrist weighs in on why Washington isn’t solving the big problems and offers solutions from her text, Fighting for the Common Good.