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Dialogue Writers Collection

    Since 1994, 'Dialogue' on Idaho Public Television has aired interviews with more than 150 authors. This collection coalesces all those conversations. Listen to Pulitzer Prize winners discuss their work, including Doris Kearns Goodwin, Anthony Doerr, Laurel Thatcher Ulrich, Frank McCourt, Annette Gordon-Reed and David Halberstam, as well as journalists, poets, playwrights and screenwriters.

    Video thumbnail: Dialogue Author James McPherson

    Dialogue

    Author James McPherson

    A conversation with Civil War Historian James McPherson

    Author James McPherson

    Video thumbnail: Dialogue Robert Egger

    Dialogue

    Robert Egger

    Rethinking America's nonprofits with Robert Egger.

    Robert Egger

    Video thumbnail: Dialogue Middle East Expert Suzanne Maloney

    Dialogue

    Middle East Expert Suzanne Maloney

    Marcia Franklin talks with Suzanne Maloney of the Saban Center about the Middle East.

    Middle East Expert Suzanne Maloney

    Video thumbnail: Dialogue Captured by the Taliban

    Dialogue

    Captured by the Taliban

    Reporter Jere Van Dyk talks about his experience being captured by the Taliban in 2008.

    Captured by the Taliban

    Video thumbnail: Dialogue Historian Douglas Brinkley

    Dialogue

    Historian Douglas Brinkley

    Marcia Franklin talks with historian Douglas Brinkley about his works.

    Historian Douglas Brinkley

    Video thumbnail: Dialogue David Kennedy, Historian

    Dialogue

    David Kennedy, Historian

    Pulitzer Prize winner David Kennedy compares today's recession with the Great Depression.

    David Kennedy, Historian

    Video thumbnail: Dialogue Pico Iyer, Travel Writer

    Dialogue

    Pico Iyer, Travel Writer

    Travel writer Pico Iyer talks about his travels and offers tips for viewers.

    Pico Iyer, Travel Writer

    Video thumbnail: Dialogue Ishmael Beah, Former Child Soldier

    Dialogue

    Ishmael Beah, Former Child Soldier

    Former child soldier Ishmael Beah talks about his book, A Long Way Gone.

    Ishmael Beah, Former Child Soldier

    Video thumbnail: Dialogue Michael Hoffman 2010

    Dialogue

    Michael Hoffman 2010

    Marcia Franklin talks with Idaho filmmaker Michael Hoffman about "The Last Station."

    Michael Hoffman 2010

    Video thumbnail: Dialogue Good Winter Reading 2010

    Dialogue

    Good Winter Reading 2010

    Marcia Franklin talks with authors Kim Barnes and Mitch Wieland about good winter reading.

    Good Winter Reading 2010

    Video thumbnail: Dialogue Philip Gourevitch

    Dialogue

    Philip Gourevitch

    Host Marcia Franklin talks with author and New Yorker magazine writer Philip Gourevitch.

    Philip Gourevitch

    Video thumbnail: Dialogue Abraham Verghese

    Dialogue

    Abraham Verghese

    Host Marcia Franklin talks with Dr. Abraham Verghese, an author and Stanford professor.

    Abraham Verghese

    Video thumbnail: Dialogue Financial Journalist Gretchen Morgenson

    Dialogue

    Financial Journalist Gretchen Morgenson

    Discussion with Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Gretchen Morgenson.

    Financial Journalist Gretchen Morgenson

    Video thumbnail: Dialogue Diplomat Shashi Tharoor

    Dialogue

    Diplomat Shashi Tharoor

    Diplomat, author Shashi Tharoor discusses book regarding India's role in global economy.

    Diplomat Shashi Tharoor

    Video thumbnail: Dialogue Journalist John Hockenberry

    Dialogue

    Journalist John Hockenberry

    Marcia Franklin talks with John Hockenberry about his book.

    Journalist John Hockenberry

    Video thumbnail: Dialogue Stephen Breyer

    Dialogue

    Stephen Breyer

    U.S. Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer discusses his judicial philosophy.

    Stephen Breyer

    Video thumbnail: Dialogue Doris Kearns Goodwin

    Dialogue

    Doris Kearns Goodwin

    Pulitzer Prize winning author Doris Kearns Goodwin talks about her book Team of Rivals.

    Doris Kearns Goodwin

    Video thumbnail: Dialogue Jim Lehrer

    Dialogue

    Jim Lehrer

    PBS NewsHour founder and host Jim Lehrer talks with Marcia Franklin.

    Jim Lehrer

    Video thumbnail: Dialogue Journalist Robert MacNeil

    Dialogue

    Journalist Robert MacNeil

    Discussion with veteran journalist and author Robert MacNeil.

    Journalist Robert MacNeil

    Video thumbnail: Dialogue Journalist Steve Coll

    Dialogue

    Journalist Steve Coll

    Journalist Steve Coll talks with Marcia Franklin about his latest book, "Directorate S."

    Journalist Steve Coll

    Video thumbnail: Dialogue Author Louisa Thomas

    Dialogue

    Author Louisa Thomas

    Louisa Thomas discusses her book "Louisa: The Extraordinary Life of Mrs. Adams."

    Author Louisa Thomas

    Video thumbnail: Dialogue Being Miranda July

    Dialogue

    Being Miranda July

    Director, writer, and performance artist Miranda July discusses her life and work.

    Being Miranda July

    Video thumbnail: Dialogue Author Jamaica Kincaid

    Dialogue

    Author Jamaica Kincaid

    Marcia Franklin talks with author Jamaica Kincaid about her life and work.

    Author Jamaica Kincaid

    Video thumbnail: Dialogue Creating 'Game of Thrones,' Part Two

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    Creating 'Game of Thrones,' Part Two

    Marcia Franklin talks with David Benioff & D.B. Weiss, the creators of "Game of Thrones."

    Creating 'Game of Thrones,' Part Two

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