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Angela Povilaitis was the lead prosecutor of Larry Nassar, she speaks exclusively to Bianna Golodryga about the U.S. gymnasts' brave testimony and the institutional failings that permitted Nassar's abuse. Then reporter Georgia Wells and Tristan Harris, co-founder of Humane Tech and subject of "The Social Dilemma", discuss The Wall Street Journal re…
 
Dr. Hans Kluge, the World Health Organization's Regional Director for Europe, joins Christiane Amanpour to talk about vaccine inequity and the case for booster shots. Mike Davis, CEO of Global Witness, and Margarita Campuzano, climate activist and Communications Director at Centro Mexicano de Derecho Ambiental, discuss why 2020 was the deadliest ye…
 
Dr. Helen Law joins us on today to share her expertise on key issues that impact women of all ages, including anxiety, depression, chronic pain, and insomnia. Dr. Law is a licensed acupuncturist who has practiced Chinese Medicine for over 21 years. She has been voted NJ Top Docs since 2010 and the best Acupuncturist in Princeton, NJ since 2008. Dr.…
 
Dr. Helen Law joins us on Women's Wealth: The Middle Way® today to share her expertise on key issues that impact women of all ages, including anxiety, depression, chronic pain, and insomnia. Dr. Law is a licensed acupuncturist who has practiced Chinese Medicine for over 21 years. She has been voted NJ Top Docs since 2010 and the best Acupuncturist …
 
Arlene Mandell is an artist in Linville, North Carolina. Her portraits are displayed year-round at the Carlton Gallery in Banner Elk. A native New Yorker, she lovingly taught in Manhattan’s Head Start program. Switching gears, she joined a travel magazine in Miami, Florida, where she met the adventurous Captain Dan. Their permanent relocation to th…
 
Christiane Amanpour talks to director Ken Burns about his new documentary series "Muhammad Ali" on the legendary boxer, what he found so compelling about him, and sportsmanship today. John McEnroe, 7-time tennis Grand Slam champion, discusses the whirlwind success of British tennis star Emma Raducanu and the role mental health plays in the game. Ha…
 
Christiane Amanpour talks with Dr. Jeanne Marrazzo, Professor of Infectious Diseases at the University of Alabama, and science journalist Tara Haelle about anti-vaxxers, the influence they hold and how they prey on credible health fears. Academy award-winning actor Morgan Freeman joins actor Frankie Faison and Kenneth Chamberlain Jr. to talk about …
 
Marie Mitchell’s 30-years as a broadcast journalist, plus 15-years teaching communication classes at Eastern Kentucky University, have provided plenty of material for her newspaper columns, short stories, plays and Kentucky-based books for kids and adults. She thrives on writing collaboratively with her husband, Mason Smith, or her sister, Rebecca …
 
20 years after the 9/11 attacks, Christiane Amanpour speaks with Roya Rahmani, the former Afghan ambassador to the U.S., about what it means to have the Taliban in charge again two decades later. Then, reflecting on her reporting at the time, Christiane talks about the attacks and how we got to where we are. Lawrence Wilkerson, the former Chief of …
 
Bianna Golodryga talks to Anand Gopal, contributor at The New Yorker, about his reporting on the lives of rural Afghan women suffering through decades of civil war and foreign occupation. Daniel Bogado, director of '9/11: One Day in America', talks about giving voice to the people who survived the attack on the World Trade Centre and the process of…
 
As the Taliban's hardline caretaker government takes shape, Christiane Amanpour talks to U.S. Democratic Senator Chris Murphy about America's role in the crisis. Kori Schake, the Director of Foreign and Defense Policy Studies at the American Enterprise Institute, discusses her time in the Bush administration and where American foreign policy goes f…
 
Janet K. Baxter lives in Kings Mountain, North Carolina and is a member of the Charlotte Writer’s Club. Her stories “Horse Whispering for the Average Woman,” “Southern Blues,” and “A Frank Lesson” have appeared in three collections of the Personal Story Publishing Project. Retired as Director of Special Education at the University of North Caroline…
 
Former California Governor Jerry Brown joins Christiane Amanpour to discuss what it will take for countries to act on climate as well as the recall vote facing his successor Governor Newsom in California. Then “Red Roulette" author Desmond Shum explains why he believes his new book about corruption in China led to the mysterious reappearance of his…
 
As the Taliban crack down on women protesting in Kabul and new shocking segregation measures are installed in Afghan universities, Shkula Zadran, who was Afghan Youth Representative to the United Nations in 2020, joins Christiane Amanpour to explain why she refuses to be silent despite the grave risks. Turning to the United States, Carol Moseley Br…
 
With the Taliban and ISIS K taking hold in Afghanistan, former jihadist and MI6 spy inside al Qaeda Aimen Dean joins Christiane Amanpour and explains that the Kabul attack may inspire others and extremist groups may now come out of their sleeper cell mode. Then Michael Keaton, screenwriter Max Borenstein and attorney Ken Feinberg discuss their new …
 
Journalist Shefali Luthra from The 19th News joins Bianna Golodryga to break down one of the strictest abortion laws in the country just introduced in Texas and how it will hit the most vulnerable the hardest. Turning to Afghanistan, Whitlock sued to access confidential documents for "The Afghanistan Files." He explains that the war would have ende…
 
Former journalist and U.S. military advisor Sarah Chayes joins Christiane Amanpour to discuss the ties that bind U.S. and Afghan societies. Former Pakistani ambassador to the U.S. and the UN Maleeha Lodhi says Pakistan would like to see the international community engage with the Taliban in Afghanistan. Then turning to the coronavirus pandemic, top…
 
As the last U.S. evacuation flight leaves Afghanistan, Taliban expert Ashley Jackson and former CIA official Robert Grenier tell Christiane Amanpour that Western countries can't cut off the Taliban at the expense of innocent Afghans. Annalena Baerbock, the Green Party candidate for German Chancellor, explains why "it's important" Germany gets up to…
 
Joining us today is Monica Kang, a creative educator who is transforming today’s workforce through the power of creativity. She is driven by the belief that everyone is innately creative and that creativity can be used to catalyze personal and professional change. Monica is the Founder and CEO of . She has worked with clients worldwide including Fo…
 
– apart from the parents Finding her first apartment on her own, she relied on homegrown judgment and a little luck. Alice Osborn is an author, musician, and editor. In the past 15 years, Alice has taught thousands of aspiring writers from 9 to 90. A Pushcart Prize nominee, her most recent book is Heroes without Capes and her latest CD is Searching…
 
Bianna Golodryga talks to Mayor Chokwe Antar Lumumba of Jackson, Mississippi, who is bracing his city as hurricane Ida continues to charge across the country as a tropical storm. As the chaos in Afghanistan continues, Mike Rogers, the former chair of the House Select Committee on Intelligence, discusses what happens now as the August 31 deadline lo…
 
– New York, here I come “The opportunity approached me like a subway roaring up to the platform of what was my former life.” Lauren Summers is a writer and poet from Greensboro, North Carolina, recently relocated to New York City. A graduate from the university of North Carolina at Greensboro with a B.A. in English and minor in German, she enjoys w…
 
Arlene Mandell is an artist living in Linville, North Carolina. Her engaging portraits can be seen year-round at the Carlton Gallery in Banner Elk. Relocating two years ago from Miami to the Grandfather Mountain community inspired a love of writing. She is a member of the North Carolina Poetry Society and Sue Spirit's Writing Workshop in Vilas. Her…
 
Leigh Ann Whittle lives in Snow Camp, North Carolina and is a member of the North Carolina Writer’s Network and the COMPEL writer’s community. She has published work in various genres both nationally and regionally and has edited manuscripts for second-language academics. Her adult and children’s fiction writing has received awards from the Alamanc…
 
As Afghanistan still reels from the Taliban’s seizure of the country, Afghan media mogul Saad Mohseni reflects on President Ashraf Ghani's quick departure that triggered the collapse of the political system as we know it. The head of the International Rescue Committee also weighs in, arguing that we can't allow a military withdrawal to become the e…
 
As shocking scenes emerge of Afghan’s clinging to the sides planes from Kabul’s main airport and U.S. President Biden doubles down on his decision to withdraw troops from the country, former U.S. Secretary of Defense Mark Esper joins Christiane Amanpour to react to the Taliban takeover and the decisions made by his former boss President Trump. We a…
 
Education is an important part of our cultural legacy as parents and grandparents. While the prospect of saving money for educational expenses can seem daunting, there are ways you can prepare. In this quarterly podcast, Susan and Carol Ann give insights and tips on how to plan and save for your family's education. Join us every other week on Women…
 
Judie Holcomb-Pack lives in Winston-Salem, N.C., where she is a member of Winston-Salem Writers. She has won gold medals for her short stories and poetry in the Senior Games/Silver Arts, both locally and statewide. She is associate editor of The Chronicle, Winston-Salem's weekly African American newspaper, where she writes for and edits its For Sen…
 
As the international community watches in shock as the Taliban takes control of Afghanistan at lightening speed and people frantically try escape the country, we take a look at what this means for the country and their political future. First, Taliban Spokesperson Suhail Shaheen joins Christiane Amanpour to answer questions about what will happen t…
 
Paula Teem Levi is a retired Registered Nurse living in Clover, South Carolina. She is a member of several genealogical societies. Her stories “Broken Branch” and “You Got You Another One” appeared in the 2019 and 2020 Personal Story Publishing Projects. Her goal is to preserve as many family stories as possible for future generations so that they …
 
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