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.
Adventures in the World’s Most Polluted Places May 30, 2012
Can a landscape tainted by pollution and environmental destruction be beautiful in its own way?
Dilemmas of Progress in Modern Society May 30, 2012
Why are the attractions of living in a modern, urban, and affluent society losing their luster for some?
God of Carnage May 29, 2012
Hour 2: How does an actor prepare for a rigorous and intense stage performance day after day? We’ll find out this hour with cast members Hassan El-Amin, Sally Nystuen-Vahle, Christie Vela, and Chris Hury from the current Dallas Theater Center production …
Doing Better May 29, 2012
What will it take to restore true bipartisanship and leadership in our nation’s government and where can we look in our country’s history for inspiration?
Human Restoration and the End of Nature-Deficit Disorder May 28, 2012
What would our lives be like if we spent as much time with nature as we currently do with technology?
Wonders of the Universe May 28, 2012
What’s really out there and where can we find the answers to the most perplexing questions about ourselves and the space-time continuum we inhabit?
The Adventures of a Curious Man May 24, 2012
Who dreamed up frozen food and how did a fur trapper working in Labrador Canada change our diets forever?
The Fight for American Liberalism from Roosevelt to Obama May 24, 2012
How can an American political movement be both incredibly successful and publicly reviled at the same time?
The Struggle for Peace May 23, 2012
How powerful can people united for peace really be?
Rhetoric from Aristotle to Obama May 23, 2012
It’s all around us, but how recognizable and effective is the language used to persuade us every day?