The conversations are listed in the order they were broadcast with the newest tapes at the top of the first page.
A discussion of the race by four surgeons to be the first person to transplant a human heart. The race was won by Dr. Christiaan Barnard of South Africa in 1967.
George F. Kennan
Grace Kennan Warnecke
George F. Kennan was arguably the most important US diplomat of the 20th Century. His daughter discusses his life in her new book.
FDR’s Shadow War
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 Rat Line
Historian Gerald Steinacher discusses his book “Nazi’s On The Run” about how so many German war criminals escaped Europe following WW 2.
Music & Memories
Composer, performer, and jazz great David Amram discusses his life and memories of some of the top artists of the 20th Century.
Monroe, Sinatra, Hamilton, Madame Claude, King Farouk
Author William Stadiem discusses the highlights of some of his most popular and bestselling books.
The Life of Howard Hughes
Author Geoff Schumacher discusses his book Howard Hughes : Power, Paranoia & Palace Intrigue about Howard Hughes.
Nixon & Trump
James Robenalt discusses his book “January 1973” and discusses similarities between Richard Nixon and Donald Trump.
Tiananmen Square Massacre
Dr. Timothy Brook
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.