Think features in-depth interviews with compelling guests, covering a wide variety of topics ranging from history, politics, current events, science, technology and trends to food and wine, travel, adventure and entertainment.
Hour 1: When the results of political polls are released, do politicians pay attention to what the public is thinking? A panel of political pollsters join us in studio to get an understanding of how politicians handle public opinion.
Hour 2: Taking a trip to the doctors office or hospital can be a tough situation to handle. Dr. Judy Cook, author of “To Die or Not to Die: Ten Tricks to Getting Better Medical Care,” joins us to talk about how to receive the best care possible.
Hour 1: With the help of smartphones and their GPS capability, it’s hard to imagine getting lost nowadays. We’ll talk this hour with Hiawatha Bray, author of “You Are Here: From the Compass to GPS, the History and Future of How We Find Ourselves” about not being able to stay off the grid.
Hour 1: Matt Taibbi explores the disparity between America’s rich and poor in his new book, “The Divide: American Injustice in the Age of the Wealth Gap.” We’ll talk this hour about the connection between money and civil rights.
Hour 2: Are 12-step programs the best solution for addiction recovery? This hour, we’ll talk with with Dr. Lance Dodes, author of “The Sober Truth: Debunking the Bad Science Behind 12-Step Programs and the Rehab Industry.”
Hour 1: SMU’s Meadows Museum is leading an effort to help the blind connect with art. We’ll talk about the push this hour with Meadows director of education Dr. Carmen Smith and John Bramblitt, an artist who is blind.
Hour 1: Suzanne Massie helped stabilize America’s relationship with Russians during the Cold War. We’ll talk with her about how she helped shape American strategy during those turbulent years, which she writes about in her new memoir, “Trust But Verify: Reagan, Russia and Me.”