Stanley Kubrick Vincent Lobrutto School of Visual Arts
School of visual arts teacher, and film historian, Vincent Lobrutto discusses his biography of seminal American film director Stanley Kubrick.
Monroe, Sinatra, Hamilton, Madame Claude, King Farouk
Author William Stadiem discusses the highlights of some of his most popular and bestselling books.
The Rat Line Professor Gerald Steinacher University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Historian Gerald Steinacher discusses his book “Nazi’s On The Run” about how so many German war criminals escaped Europe following WW 2.
Nixon & Trump James Robenalt
James Robenalt discusses his book “January 1973” and discusses similarities between Richard Nixon and Donald Trump.
Tiananmen Square Massacre Professor Timothy Brook University of British Columbia
Dr. Timothy Brook discusses his book "Quelling The People" about the June 4th, 1989 killing of thousands of students in, and around, Tianmen Square in Beijing, China.
FDR’s Shadow War Mark Wortman
Author Mark Wortman discusses his acclaimed book "1941 The Shadow War" about President Franklin Roosevelt’s efforts to deter Japan and fight Hitler prior to Pearl Harbor.
The Eichmann Abduction Avner Avraham
The Israeli Abduction of Nazi war criminal Adolf Eichmann in 1960 in Argentina, and subsequent trial, is one of the most famous events of the 20th Century. Former Mossad Agent Avner Avraham has had access to the extensive file on the case and shares new information in this revealing interview.
Escape From Alcatraz Ken Widner
Ken Widner is the nephew of Clarence and John Anglin who, along with Frank Morris, escaped from America’s most secure prison Alcatraz in 1962. In this interview, Ken makes the case that his relative’s survived the famous escape and may still be alive today.
The Clintons & Politics Dick Morris
Bill Clinton’s former most influential advisor discusses his times with, and observations of, both Bill and Hillary Clinton. He then turns to Trump and the 2016 election.
Andrew Carnegie, William Randolph Hearst, and Joe Kennedy
Acclaimed best-selling author and CUNY Professor David Nasaw discusses the highlights of his books on Carnegie, Hearst, and Joe Kennedy.