Author Kazuo Ishiguro presents his new novel, "The Unconsoled," a psychological mystery about a concert pianist dealing with
David Foster Wallace's interview with Leonard Lopate on WNYC. »»﴿───▻ Check out the DFW Playlist for more: https://www.
Harold Bloom talks about his latest book, "How to Read and Why," popular fiction, Harry Potter, the idea of individual genius and the
Lauryn Hill is an internationally acclaimed singer, songwriter and record producer. A musically precocious child from South Orange,
Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss the life and work of the Argentinian master of the short story, Jorge Luis Borges. Borges is one of
Professor Chomsky talked about how academics and journalists helped shape foreign policy and build a new world order in the late
Bob Simon's 1999 interview with Jeff Bezos, a self-described nerd, who founded Amazon.com, the world's largest Internet bookstore.
A conversation with author Donna Tartt about her new novel, centered around a Carel Fabritius painting of the same name, "The
Author Tom Clancy presents his 13th novel, "The Teeth of the Tiger," which is about a secret "off the books" government agency that
Director Brian De Palma talks about the importance of casting and working with fantastic actors like Robert DeNiro and John
Physicist Stephen Wolfram, recipient of the MacArthur Genius Award, talks about his book, "A New Kind of Science," which he wrote
Stephen King shares his admiration for "Dracula," why he thinks people are drawn to horror, what makes a good film adaptation, and
Christopher Hitchens discusses Noam Chomsky's legacy and his respect for Chomsky's work. He also criticizes US media. »»﴿──
Christopher Hitchens discusses Latin America and US Foreign Policy. He appears here on Firing Line with William F Buckley Jr. »»﴿
Professor Noam Chomsky analyzed President Clinton's foreign policy and criticizes aspects of the North American Free Trade
The Erie Canal was America's first superhighway: a narrow ribbon of water carved through sheer rock and untamed wilderness.
Writer and Nobel laureate Seamus Heaney looks back at his career, finding out he won the Nobel prize, and presents his new book,
Alice Walker on her latest novel, 'By the Light of My Father's Smile.' »»﴿───▻ See more on the Authors Playlist: https://www.
The year was 1869 and America had just completed the greatest building achievement in its history--the Transcontinental Railroad.
Film critic for The Chicago Sun Times Roger Ebert presents his new book, "Roger Ebert's Book of Film," and shares his thoughts on
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