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A conversation with bestselling writer Walter Mosley about his hard-boiled character Easy Rawlins and a life in crime writing.
Douglas has a fascination with ordinary people and how they behave when facing of immense tragedy, struggle, or loss.
Iconic journalist Dan Rather reflects on American character and patriotism in this time of polarization. He’s with us.
In this episode from Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, "Tai Asks Why" features 12-year-old Tai Poole, who asks: What are animals saying to each other?
Miller's newest book imagines the story of the goddess from the Odyssey from her own perspective.
Author Mike Isaac discusses how Uber's willingness to break rules — and even laws — led to both success and scandal.
Author Nicci Gerrard's father’s dementia diagnosis led her to investigate what the disease does to those fighting the disease and to their caregivers.
A big meditation on the meaning of ancestry and family. We'll talk to the author of the celebrated new book "Inheritance."
What's the one book you've read this summer that you'd like to suggest to others for this final weekend of summer?
Priced at $4.20, the annual New England Cannabis Guide wants to provide regional perspectives on cannabis tourism. And, the magazine is not the only one cropping up here.
In her funny, fact-based book, OB-GYN and New York Times columnist Dr. Jen Gunter separates myth from medicine about women’s bodies.
The sweeping story of one family’s migration from the slums of Manila to the Houston suburbs.
Ever wonder what instrument you're hearing during your favorite 'Circle Round' story? We're revisiting a very special episode featuring the music and mind of Eric Shimelonis, resident sound designer and...
From Margaret Atwood's new followup to "The Handmaid's Tale" to Maya Phillips’ debut poetry collection, here's what you should read this fall.
The Boston Globe investigative reporter helped expose James "Whitey" Bulger as an FBI informant.
Women, especially women of color, are underrepresented in management and board positions in the workplace.
Love or detest it, the semicolon is the most divisive punctuation mark of the modern era. Should we even care?
With just about a month until the seasons change, we present the fall book preview.
This week, we're bringing back a listener favorite. Richard Kind ("Inside Out") stars in this Middle Eastern folktale about a clever man who teaches his village a thing or two...
SOS for moms and dads. How to nurture your child by caring for yourself. Self-compassion for parents.