Browse Episodes

Lest We Forget, Part I

Oct 04, 2015
(Episode #511)
Donald McCullough, composer and arranger of The Holocaust Cantata, Music Director, Master Chorale of Washington.

Mid-East Peace: The Road Behind, The Challenge Ahead

Oct 04, 2015
(Episode #510)
Shibley Telhami is the Anwar Sadat Chair in Population, Development, and Peace at the University of Maryland.

When Things Changed the Career of Daniel Rostenkowski

Oct 04, 2015
(Episode #509)
Richard Cohen is author of Rostenkowski: The Pursuit of Power and the End of The Old Politics.

The Language of Landscape

Nov 29, 1999 to Dec 05, 1999
(Episode #508)
Anne Whiston Spirn is Professor of Landscape Architecture and Regional Planning and Co-Director of Urban Studies Program at the University of Pennsylvania.

The Last Writings of Rachel Carson

Nov 22, 1999 to Nov 28, 1999
(Episode #507)
Linda Lear is the author of Lost Woods: The Discovered Writing of Rachel Carson.

A Composer's Act: A Conversation with Maury Yeston

Nov 15, 1999 to Nov 21, 1999
(Episode #506)
Maury Yeston is composer of the musical "Titanic".

Planning for Prosperity

Nov 01, 1999 to Nov 07, 1999
(Episode #504)
Kent Hughes is former Associate Deputy Secretary, U.S. Department of Commerce, and a current Public Policy Scholar at the Woodrow Wilson Center.

Reconstructive Critics: Think Tanks in the Post Soviet Bloc Democracies

Oct 25, 1999 to Oct 31, 1999
(Episode #503)
Raymond J. Struyk is a senior fellow at the Urban Institute and the author of Reconstructive Critics: Think Tanks in Post Soviet Bloc Democracies.


Oct 18, 1999 to Oct 24, 1999
(Episode #502)
Robert Hathaway is the Director of the Asia Program at the Woodrow Wilson Center.

We Have Come to Stay

Oct 11, 1999 to Oct 17, 1999
(Episode #501)
Kristie Miller is co-editor of We Have Come to Stay: American Women and Political Parties, 1880-1960.