Books

A Conversation with Rob Lowe

A Conversation with Rob Lowe

June 12, 2014

Diane talks with Rob Lowe about his latest autobiography titled, "Love Life," and his career in film and television.

Linda Przybyszewski: "The Lost Art of Dress"

Linda Przybyszewski: "The Lost Art of Dress"

June 11, 2014

An historian recounts the story of the Dress Doctors, a group of women who taught America how to dress in the first half of the twentieth century.

Piper Kerman On Her Story That Inspired The Netflix Series "Orange Is The New Black"

Piper Kerman On Her Story That Inspired The Netflix Series "Orange Is The New Black"

June 9, 2014

As the second season of "Orange Is The New Black" premiers on Netflix, the woman that inspired the series, Piper Kerman, joins Diane to talk about her experience behind bars and her work on prison reform.

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.

Brando Skyhorse: "Take This Man"

Brando Skyhorse: "Take This Man"

June 4, 2014

Award-winning novelist Brando Skyhorse on his new memoir that explores his turbulent childhood.

David Ignatius: "The Director"

David Ignatius: "The Director"

June 2, 2014

Washington Post columnist David Ignatius has been covering the CIA for more than 25 years. David Ignatius joins Diane to talk about his new book, “The Director," along with leaks and cyber espionage—both real and imagined.

Maya Angelou: "Mom & Me & Mom" (Rebroadcast)

Maya Angelou: "Mom & Me & Mom" (Rebroadcast)

May 29, 2014

Remembering Maya Angelou with a special rebroadcast of a 2013 interview about her book, "Mom & Me & Mom," which chronicles her fraught relationship with her mother.

Wil Hylton: "Vanished" (Rebroadcast)

May 26, 2014

After World War II, the U.S. government declared 73,000 soldiers MIA. The search for the missing men and the ongoing quest by explorers and scientists to bring closure to families.

John Micklethwait & Adrian Wooldridge: "The Fourth Revolution"

John Micklethwait & Adrian Wooldridge: "The Fourth Revolution"

May 20, 2014

When it comes to democracy, the West has always come out on top. But today, democracy is in trouble, say two top editors at The Economists, who argue in a new book that the West is at risk of being left behind unless there’s a re-invention of the state. John Micklethwait and Adrian Wooldridge discuss the future of America and countries that are tackling government reform.

Philippe Petit: "Creativity: The Perfect Crime"

Philippe Petit: "Creativity: The Perfect Crime"

May 14, 2014

In 1974, high wire artist Philippe Petit dazzled the world when he walked on a tightrope between New York's Twin Towers. In his new book, "Creativity: The Perfect Crime" he makes the case that breaking the rules is the key to creativity.

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