The cable broadcasting pioneer talks about his book, Sundays at Eight—a collection of unpublished interviews and stories from his 25 years of hosting on C-SPAN.
The veteran comedy writer recounts stories from the trail that she blazed and shares advice from her book, How to Succeed in Business Without Really Crying.
Nominated for five Emmys for his turn on the long-running series, ER, Wyle reflects on his success in TNT’s Falling Skies.
The Golden Globe-winning actor-musician talks about his sophomore CD, “Didn’t It Rain”—a collection of jazz and blues standards.
The six-time Grammy winner discusses her recent and upcoming projects, including her candid memoir, Unbreak My Heart.
Tavis reflects on the legacy of the stage and screen legend and passionate activist and revisits past conversations.
In a first-ever joint interview, the talented Reiners—the elder a 12-time Emmy-winning TV pioneer; the younger an Emmy-winning actor and director—reflect on their father-son relationship.
The multi-talented artist explains the satire behind his latest project, an indie feature on child actors, entitled Trust Me.
Maslany, named by Variety to its 2013 list of “10 actors to watch,” talks about the buzz surrounding her breakout hit series, Orphan Black.
The first deaf performer to win the best actress Academy Award, Matlin describes her role on the drama series, Switched at Birth.