Barbara McQuade

Former U.S. Attorney Barbara McQuade discusses the age of disinformation, the negative impacts of social media, and her new book, Attack from Within: How Disinformation is Sabotaging America.

Indigo Girls

Amy Ray and Emily Saliers of Indigo Girls reflect on their storied musical careers and cover topics from “Closer to Fine” in the Barbie movie, their latest album, and their non-profit Honor the Earth, which is dedicated to the survival of sustainable Native communities, Indigenous environmental justice, and green energy solutions.

Paula Kerger

Paula Kerger, president and CEO of PBS, discusses the impact of public television on communities and the way PBS has addressed issues around media, culture, education and technology.

Jonathan Eig

Bestselling author and award winning biographer Jonathan Eig joins Evan to discuss his works covering Muhammad Ali, Lou Gehrig, and his most recent book on Martin Luther King, Jr., King: A Life.

Martin Baron

Longtime journalist and newspaper editor Martin Baron joins Evan to discuss his storied career in journalism and his first book, Collision of Power: Trump, Bezos, and the Washington Post which covers the 2016 Presidential Election and Jeff Bezos’ purchase of the Post.

Ben McKenzie

Ben McKenzie, star of hit shows like Gotham and Southland, discusses his new book, Easy Money, and the impact cryptocurrency’s rising popularity has on everyday people. Ben also reminisces on his career and what got him into acting.

Katie Benner

Katie Benner, a Pulitzer Prize winning journalist and Justice Department reporter for the New York Times, discusses the indictments against former president Donald Trump and the legal fallout of the cases.

Jake Tapper

CNN anchor Jake Tapper discusses his new book, All the Demons Are Here: A Thriller, and journalism and news media’s relationship with truth in the modern age.

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