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Marcia Franklin talks with First Amendment advocate Mary Beth Tinker.
Franklin interviews author and veteran Kevin Powers about The Yellow Birds.
Marcia Franklin talks with Douglas Brinkley about his biography of Walter Cronkite.
Martin Doblmeier & Andrew Finstuen discuss their documentary about Reinhold Niebuhr.
Marcia Franklin talks with Nonny de la Peña about "immersive journalism."
Esther Emery discusses "What Falls from the Sky," about her year without the internet.
Marcia Franklin talks with Levi Bettwieser about the Rescued Film Project.
Andrew Solomon discusses his books on depression, travel, and families outside the norm.
Investigative journalist Jane Mayer, author of “Dark Money.”
Journalist Jane Mayer talks about the Koch brothers' strategy in the 2010 state elections.
Marcia Franklin talks with S.C. Gwynne about his new book on Stonewall Jackson.
Marcia Franklin talks with Holocaust survivor Marion Blumenthal Lazan.
Marcia Franklin talks with author Claire Vaye Watkins about her essay "On Pandering."
Marcia Franklin talks with author Claire Vaye Watkins her interest in class & inequality.
Marcia Franklin continues her conversation with outdoor writer Michael Lanza.
Marcia Franklin talks with NewsHour correspondent Jeffrey Brown about his reporting.
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