Paul Theroux, prolific writer and traveler, is best known for The Great Railway Bizarre and The Mosquito Coast. His latest book, On the Plain of Snakes: A Mexican Journey , examines cultures on both s...Show More
We originally broadcast this program in April, and it has been one of our most popular shows. We bring it to listeners again during our Labor Day Holiday.
Our guest is communication expert Christine M...Show More
Author Maureen Callahan's best-selling true crime thrill is a detailed account of the case of Israel Keyes. She joins us to talk about how she researched the book for years, and share all the details ...Show More
Host Alan Campbell travels back in time with two authors, Kevin Boyle and Greg Messel, to revisit a strange and “horrible” year: 1968.
Dr. Kevin Boyle is an historian of 20th century United States w...Show More
Todd Zwillich, NPR’s Washington Correspondent and host on The Takeaway and 1A, crafted an audiobook telling the story of John C. Houbolt, an unsung hero of Apollo 11 and the man who showed NASA how to...Show More
Bestselling author Lori Gottlieb talks about being the therapist and the patient in the intimate space of psychotherapy. Gottlieb's latest book is Maybe You Should Talk to Someone. She is also the aut...Show More
Dr. Ryan Martin is the chair of the Psychology Program at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay and an anger researcher. His work focuses on healthy and unhealthy expressions of anger, including how ...Show More
Jenny has participated in the group “Emotions Anonymous” in order to gain control of anger issues she has dealt with since childhood. She speaks candidly about how anger nearly ruined her life and abo...Show More