International
142 results total, viewing 121 - 140
While watching the total eclipse, folks might want to follow along with some toe-tapping music about the sun, stars and moon. We've got the playlist for the wondrous sky event. more
Sue Grafton's latest novel is the second to last in a series spanning A to Z and 35 years worth of best-selling murder mysteries featuring fictional female detective Kinsey Millhone. more
Young Jane Young is the story of a political sex scandal, told through the women who endure it. Author Gabrielle Zevin tells Lulu Garcia-Navarro she hopes readers will think twice about shaming women. more
Bruce Handy's new book takes an emotional, intuitive look at the world of children's books, from Goodnight Moon to Charlotte's Web, which he calls "a mastery novel of ideas" about life and death. more
Daniel Andrews and Bill Shorten address rally in Melbourne telling people there should not be a postal survey on same-sex marriage, but to vote yes The Victorian premier has accused Malcolm Turnbull of giving in to “extreme elements … more
The author of the report that began British reform was, like his proposals, at heart flawed The 60th anniversary of the Wolfenden report, which recommended an end to the ban on male homosexuality, will fall on 4 September. Although it was … more
Critic Ann Powers embarks on a wide-ranging history of pop music in America in her new book Good Booty: Love and Sex, Black and White, Body and Soul in American Music. more
We've invited Radcliffe to play a game called "Sure, you're Harry Potter, but what do you know about hairy pottery?" Originally broadcast Nov. 1, 2014. more
World's Dumbest Profession, Potty Mouth School Kids, Poober. more
Cumming plays Eli Gold on the TV series The Good Wife, so we'll see how much he knows about bad wives. Originally broadcast Dec. 3, 2016. more
We'll ask the governor three questions about exciting things scheduled for the year 2020, that definitely aren't the next U.S. presidential election. Originally broadcast April 8, 2017. more
A February snowstorm prevented Dunham from joining us, so Colbert, the host of Late Night jumped in at the last minute to answer questions we had prepared for her. Originally broadcast Feb. 11, 2017. more
Set in Nigeria in the 1980s, Ayobami Adebayo's debut novel tells the story of a couple who desperately want to have a child, in a society where that's what's expected of them. more
Fierce Kingdom is about every parent's worst nightmare. A mother and her son, in the zoo at closing time, see a shooter and run. And hide. Gin Phillips talks to Scott Simon about her latest novel. more
N.K. Jemisin won Hugo Awards for the first two volumes of her Broken Earth trilogy. The Stone Sky is a powerful, timely finale to this story of a world built on oppression and exploitation. more
I’m looking forward to under 30s, irritated by middle-age politicians and commentators, flexing their collective political muscle in a way that could outlast this single issue Support our independent journalism by making a one-off or … more
Multiple studies show children with LGBTI parents are no worse off than those with heterosexual parents, leaving opponents of same-sex marriage on shaky ground People opposed to marriage equality have made a few arguments for why it … more
Our panelists predict what crazy thing will happen during the solar eclipse. more
Bill Kurtis reads three news-related limericks...High Wheels, Mama's Secret Recipe, Hell's Kitchen Candle more
Trump Dossier #2; Putting the Oy in Oysters more
« Prev | 1 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 Next »
Currently viewing stories posted within the past 2 years.
For all older stories, please use our advanced search.