Think: Episode Archives


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    Living With Arthritis

    We’ll talk with experts about current research and remedies for the condition that affects more than 50 million Americans.

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    Out Of Africa

    Alexandra Fuller has written several memoirs about her life in Africa. We’ll talk with her about her new book, which details her divorce and questions of cultural identity.

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    The Contributions Of Creatives

    We’ll talk about the artist’s place in society – and why we all suffer when there are fewer of them – with Scott Timberg, author of Culture Crash: The Killing of the Creative Class.

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    Secrets and Security

    How are international conflicts made and ended behind closed doors? We’ll talk intelligence with the author of “Lords of Secrecy: The National Security Elite and America’s Stealth Warfare.”

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    The Rise Of Measles

    This hour, we’ll talk about how the outbreak may be linked to the anti-vaccination movement in American with Dr. Seema Yasmin, professor of public health at UTD and a staff writers at The Dallas Morning News.

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    Solving Healthcare

    We’ll talk to the author of America’s Bitter Pill: Money, Politics, Backroom Deals, and the Flight to Fix Our Broken Healthcare System about fixing our healthcare system.

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    Increasing Inspiration

    If variety is the spice of life, passion may be a hot chili pepper. We’ll talk with the author of Vital Signs: The Nature and Nurture of Passion on how to revitalize the rat race.

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    James Ellroy’s Life of Crime

    Novelist James Ellroy is known for his novels set in his native Los Angeles, including The Black Dahlia and L.A. Confidential. In October, we talked to him about his latest work set in his home town, Perfidia, which centers around the investigation of a Japanese family’s murder at the outset of American involvement in World War II.

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    The Impact Of Blasts On The Brain

    Traumatic brain injuries contribute to the difficulties military personnel can face after returning home. We’ll talk about the aftermath with the author of a National Geographic story on the topic.

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