This hour, we’ll talk with actress Mariel Hemingway about overcoming “The Hemingway Curse,” and we’ll learn more about how people with alcoholism, depression and other conditions are treated with Dr. Harold Urschel, chief medical strategist for Enterhealth.
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This hour, we’ll talk with Rice University evolutionary biologist Scott Solomon, about his book “Future Humans: Inside the Science of Our Continuing Evolution.”
This hour, we’ll talk about how populists movements form and gain momentum with John B. Judis, author of “The Populist Explosion: How the Great Recession Transformed American and European Politics.”
This hour, we’ll talk about how the the fight at Chosin Reservoir during the Korean War set the course for American foreign policy with historian Hampton Sides. He contributed to the American Experience documentary “The Battle of Chosin,” which airs Nov. 1 on KERA-TV.
This hour, we’ll talk about the technological advancements that have us on the brink of self-driving cars, and we’ll discuss the many logistical questions inherent with autonomous driving. We’ll be joined by Nick Gans, who researches self-driving cars at UT-Dallas.
This hour, we’ll talk about how cities can deal with climate change, income equality and other challenges with Jonathan Rose, author of “The Well-Tempered City: What Modern Science, Ancient Civilizations, and Human Nature Teach Us About the Future of Urban Life” (Harper Wave).
This hour, we’ll talk about how polling data is collected – and about how we should interpret the results – with UT-Dallas political science professor and polling expert Harold Clarke.
This hour, we’ll talk about what it’s like to visit Cuba today – and about if the country is ready for the influx of tourists – with Cynthia Gorney. Her story “Here Comes a Wave of Change for Cuba” appears in the November issue of National Geographic magazine.
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