Arts & Culture

The Dispute At Amazon Over E-Book Pricing

The Dispute At Amazon Over E-Book Pricing

June 5, 2014

Diane and her guests discuss the dispute between Amazon and publishers over e-book pricing.

Michael Cunningham: "The Snow Queen"

Michael Cunningham: "The Snow Queen"

May 7, 2014

"The Snow Queen" is the latest novel by award-winning author Michael Cunningham. The book traces the journeys of two brothers in New York as they search for transcendence, one through drugs, one through religion.

Ed Catmull: "Creativity, Inc.: Overcoming The Unseen Forces That Stand In The Way Of True Inspiration"

Ed Catmull: "Creativity, Inc.: Overcoming The Unseen Forces That Stand In The Way Of True Inspiration"

May 5, 2014

The co-founder and president of Pixar Animation Studios and president of Walt Disney Animation talks with Diane about what it takes to build and sustain a creative culture.

Linn Ullmann: "The Cold Song"

Linn Ullmann: "The Cold Song"

April 30, 2014

"Cold Song" is a novel by Linn Ullmann, an award-winning Norwegian author, journalist and literary critic. Centered around the murder of a young woman, the book is a genre-bending tale of a family forced to confront their guilt, longings and losses.

A Special Readers' Review: A Celebration Of Poetry

A Special Readers' Review: A Celebration Of Poetry

April 23, 2014

A special Readers' Review: three poets join Diane to help mark national poetry month. They'll read their own work, discuss their inspirations and talk about the role poetry plays in society.

A Special Readers' Review: Why Fiction Matters

A Special Readers' Review: Why Fiction Matters

March 26, 2014

A special March Readers' Review: Diane and her guests discuss why fiction matters. A recent study indicates that fewer than half of all Americans are reading novels today. It suggests that those who do read fiction are better able to understand the emotions of others. A conversation about the social and personal benefits of reading fiction.

Pianist Simone Dinnerstein On Sharing Her Love Of Bach

Pianist Simone Dinnerstein On Sharing Her Love Of Bach

February 18, 2014

Pianist Simone Dinnerstein fell in love with the music of Bach as a child. She speaks with Diane about her life, her music and her new education initiative called "Bachpacking."

Roddy Doyle: "The Guts"

Roddy Doyle: "The Guts"

February 3, 2014

Irish author Roddy Doyle's first novel "The Commitments" was about lower class Dublin. Now, 27 years later, he's back with a follow up to the best-seller. Roddy Doyle on returning to his earliest work.

Nancy Horan: "Under The Wide And Starry Sky"

Nancy Horan: "Under The Wide And Starry Sky"

January 29, 2014

The author of “Loving Frank” has turned the life of Robert Louis Stevenson into a work of historical fiction. The unexpected love affair that saved Stevenson’s life.

Angelique Kidjo: "Spirit Rising: My Life, My Music"

January 28, 2014

Angelique Kidjo is a Grammy Award-winning musician and UNICEF ambassador. The singer-songwriter on celebrating her African roots in word and song.

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