A look at what is coming up on Viewpoints show 17-41.
Two experts talk about how to overcome fears, withstand constant change, and feel more happiness in our everyday lives.
Reshma Saujani began an organization dedicated to teaching girls to code, and hopes to empower a new future of innovation.
Football has been facing a head trauma crisis for years. Now, youth football enrollment and NFL TV ratings are both down. We explore the future of football in America.
A look at what is coming up on Viewpoints show 17-39.
We dive into the science behind self-talk and how the voices in our head can be used in a productive manner to help us accomplish our goals.
We look back at the man, and the business deals, that made Polaroid and instant photography possible.
Traditionally, a sitcom show is episodic: you don’t necessarily need to see every episode. But NBC’s The Good Place embraces a serialized structure, which gives it a unique feel.
A look at what is coming up on Viewpoints show 17-38.
We explore the science behind happiness, how our brain achieves the elusive emotion, and how it all depends on who you are and where you are.
We explore entrepreneurial tips and tricks from the 20-something CEO who has already become a start-up expert.
On the 10th anniversary of 2007, we take a look at some of the films from a decade ago that have proved to stand the test of time and make 2007 a year in film worth remembering.
A look at what is coming up on Viewpoints show 17-37.
Biographer Larry Tye and talks about Bobby Kennedy's personal side, how he helped his brother John become president, and how his legacy inspires liberals and conservatives to this day.
Two experts talk about over-parenting, the tendency to demand your child earn straight A’s, work to be a sports star, and find the time to work a part-time job and how to fix it.
It’s often tempting to stay in the more comfortable waters of fiction novels, but non-fiction books have a lot to offer when we give them a try.