We ask the creator of 'Succession' everything you wanted to know about the finale
Was Kendall going to jump into the river? Why did we keep seeing Logan in the bathroom? Creator Jesse Armstrong and executive producer Frank Rich answer all in this wide-ranging interview.
A novelist's time in the MMA cage informed his book on memory loss and identity
John Vercher trained in mixed martial arts as a young man. His novel, After the Lights Go Out, centers on a veteran MMA fighter who struggles to remember things. Originally broadcast June 28, 2022.
Poet Kwame Alexander reflects on 'Why Fathers Cry at Night'
"I'm not a grown man — I'm a growing man," Alexander says. His new memoir started as a book of love poems, but ended up being a collection of essays and poems about love, divorce and raising children.
FRONTLINE traces the 'ambition and revenge' driving SCOTUS Justice Clarence Thomas
As controversy swirls around the benefits Thomas and his wife Ginni received from a conservative billionaire, filmmaker Michael Kirk examines the couple's path to power in a new PBS documentary.
Grammy-winning jazz singer Samara Joy joins for concert and conversation
In this March 2023 interview, Joy spoke about coming from a family of gospel singers. In February, she became the second jazz performer in Grammy history to win the award for best new artist.
Mary Tyler Moore: The 'Fresh Air' interview
The Emmy-winning actor, who died in 2017, is the subject of a new MAX documentary, Being Mary Tyler Moore. She spoke to Terry Gross in 1995 about the ups and downs of her career and personal life.
Remembering Martin Amis, author of the London Trilogy novels
The British novelist, who died May 19, was a member of one of England's most famous writing families. His novels included Money, London Fields and The Information. Originally broadcast in 1990.
Journalist says strike represents an 'existential moment' for Hollywood's writers
New York Times media reporter John Koblin discusses the Hollywood writers' strike — and how streaming has upended every element of TV and film production, leading to deteriorating working conditions.