In part 1 of a two-part conversation and a first for Tavis on his own show, legendary talk-show host Larry King turns the tables and conducts his first interview since retiring from CNN.
Best-selling mystery writer tells Tavis why he fictionalizes real world events in his writing.
The Globe and Mail‘s European bureau chief explains the concept of an ‘arrival city’ and how it is reshaping the world.
Tavis pays tribute to the celebrated historian, who passed away on the eve of the release of what’s been called his ‘crowning achievement’—the biography of Malcolm X.
Author of The Dressmaker of Khair Khana explains why nothing changes the dynamic in a family like a woman earning an income.
Emmy-winning actor, environmentalist and author of Oceana: Our Endangered Oceans and What We Can Do to Save Them explains the backstory of his commitment to the conservation of oceans.
Celebrated writer discusses his latest novel, When the Killing’s Done.
Outspoken Qaddafi critic, son of a Libyan political dissident and noted novelist explains why the West’s past embrace of Libya’s leader constituted ‘diplomatic negligence.’
New York Times columnist and author of The Social Animal explains why the complex workings of our unconscious minds determine so much of who we are.
Harlem is Nowhere author describes what it’s like to live in a place with such a large myth and explains why the area can be described as a mecca for African Americans.