Non-Fiction

John and Doris Naisbitt: " China's Megatrends"

January 5, 2010

China may soon challenge the U-S as the sole global superpower. This year it will become the world's second largest economy. An inside look at how China is creating a new social and economic model and what it means for the West.

Wendell Berry: A conversation (Rebroadcast)

December 31, 2009

Poet, author, essayist and farmer. Wendell Berry, known as the grandfather of the slow food movement, discusses food for the body and poetry for the soul.

Joshua Bell (Rebroadcast)

December 24, 2009

Grammy Award winning violinist Joshua Bell on collaborating with friends. He talks about performing at major concert halls around the world, taking part in a White House Music Series, and playing for change at a D.C. Metro station.

Scott G. Eberle: "Classic Toys"

December 23, 2009

Classic toys and the importance of play

Bruce Feiler: "America's Prophet"

December 22, 2009

A Biblical scholar tells the story of Moses and argues he had a profound influence on U.S leaders including George Washington, Martin Luther King Junior, Ronald Reagan and Barack Obama.

Copenhagen Wrap-up

December 21, 2009

What emerged from the Copenhagen climate talks: A look at promises made and the next steps leading nations must take to achieve them as the summit concludes.

Joan Biskupic: "American Original" (Rebroadcast)

December 20, 2009

Justice Antonin Scalia is one of the most controversial, conservative, and most quoted Supreme Court justices in recent memory. A legal affairs reporter looks at the origins of his constitutional philosophy and his influence on the...

Joan Biskupic: "American Original"

December 17, 2009

Justice Antonin Scalia is one of the most controversial, conservative, and most quoted Supreme Court justices in recent memory. A legal affairs reporter looks at the origins of his constitutional philosophy and his influence on the...

George Packer: "Interesting Times"

December 16, 2009

New Yorker staff writer George Packer on his post-nine-eleven travels through war zones, the pitfalls of idealism and the Obama administration's challenge of moving from rhetoric to policy.

Concerns About CT Scans and the Risk of Cancer

December 16, 2009

New studies indicate overexposure to radiation from CT scans could increase the risk of cancer and cause thousands of deaths. What the studies show and alternative diagnostic tests.

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