Noah Feldman joins Walter Isaacson to discuss a “Supreme Court” for Facebook.
New York Times executive editor Dean Baquet speaks with Christiane Amanpour.
Artist Antony Gormley showcases his latest exhibition and discusses his inspiration.
Christopher Mallaby, Timothy Garton Ash and Andrey Kortunov join the program.
Wendell Pierce discusses the significance of African American art.
Jimmie Fails joins the program to discuss his film “The Last Black Man in San Francisco.”
"Unfollow" author Megan Phelps-Roper explains why she left the Westboro Baptist Church.
Mayor-elect Steven Reed joins the program to discuss the goals he will tackle in office.
Alex Gibney and Mikhail Khodorkovsky discuss the documentary "Citizen K"
Scott Jennings and John Nichols join the program to analyze Tuesday's elections.
Leonard Kleinrock & Vint Cerf join the program to discuss the internet's 50th anniversary.
Aneesa Folds, Chris "Shockwave" Sullivan & Utkarsh Ambudkar explain the art of freestyle.
George Osborne discusses the United Kingdom's upcoming general election.
Eleni Kounalakis discusses climate change and the California fires.
Julie Andrews joins the program to reflect on her career and experiences in therapy.
Ev Williams joins the program to discuss Twitter, Medium and social media at large.
Karen Armstrong joins the program to discuss her new book "The Lost Art of Scripture."
Brendan Simms joins the program to discuss his book "Hitler: A Global Biography.”
Sukhinder Singh Cassidy joins the program to discuss her work at StubHub and theBoardlist.
Norman Ornstein joins the program to discuss the Senate's role in the impeachment inquiry.