• shutterstock_58851097

    Spies Like Us

    This hour, we’ll speak with spy novelist Alan Furst about his latest tale of WWII espionage, Midnight in Europe.

  • shutterstock_101426752

    A Conviction Corrected

    We’ll talk this hour about how the DPD became a model for how law enforcement handles eye witnesses with Joe Berlinger. He documents the story in the June 8 episode of The System with Joe Berlinger.

  • shutterstock_153776597

    Boys To Men

    We’ll talk this hour with Judy Chu from the Program in Human Biology at Stanford University. She explores a recent two-year study in the new book When Boys Become Boys: Development, Relationships, and Masculinity.

  • shutterstock_107415452
    1 Comment 200

    Medical Dilemmas

    We’ll talk to Dr. Barron Lerner this hour about the moral decisions physicians must make, which he writes about in his book, The Good Doctor: A Father, a Son, and the Evolution of Medical Ethics.

  • shutterstock_87781027

    Where You’re From Matters

    Universities are considering race less and less as they process applications. And Sheryll Cashin argues that that’s not necessarily a bad thing.

  • elderly

    Serving Our Seniors

    As part of Elder Abuse Prevention month, we’ll talk this hour tabout how we can take better care of our senior citizens.

  • Ann Williams

    Dancing Queen

    Ahead of her retirement, we’ll talk to Dallas Black Dance Theatre founder Ann Williams about her life in dance.

  • texasflag

    Talkin’ Texas Politics

    We’ll talk this hour about how the state’s political landscape has taken shape with Collin College history professors Michael Phillips and Kyle Wilkison.

  • Shutterstock

    Our Evolving Selves

    We’ll talk this hour about how our personalities evolve throughout our lives with research psychologist Christopher J. Soto, director of the Colby Personality Lab at Colby College.

  • fitness

    Fads In Food And Fitness

    We’ll talk about current health and fitness trends this hour with Leslie Barker, who writes about those topics for The Dallas Morning News.

Back to Top