A look at what is coming up on Viewpoints show 17-45.
If you’ve had to speak in public, you know the nerves that come with public speaking. We explore where vocal blunders come from and what they might mean.
There are 48 states in the continental United States some have borders that make a lot of sense while many others do not. We talk to writer Mark Stein about how that came to be.
John Green's latest book, Turtles All The Way Down chronicles the life of a teen with OCD. The book offers a great story and pulls back the curtain on a misunderstood mental disorder.
A look at what is coming up on Viewpoints show 17-44.
As we get older, we all will suffer from some memory loss. The question becomes what memory loss is a normal byproduct of getting older and when is it a sign of a larger problem
We talk about narcissism and tips for people who feel they’re drowning in the orbit of a true narcissist.
Blade Runner 2049 is a sequel worth watching at the theater, but there is some confusion about how best to see its predecessor, Blade Runner.
A look at what is coming up on Viewpoints show 17-43.
What is it about time travel stories that draws us in and keeps us compelled all these years later? We talk to pop culture psychologist Dr. Travis Langley.
We explore the importance of high-quality pre-k schooling, and tips for parents on how to spot a good program from a bad one.
Avatar smashed box office records worldwide, eight years later four sequels are being produced but does that past success mean audiences crave more from the land of Pandora?
A look at what is coming up on Viewpoints show 17-42.
Author Soman Chainani talks about a new entry into the catalogue of mythology and his attempt to course-correct the lessons more modern stories have been teaching our children.
We explore the benefits of bats, and why their numbers are decreasing in alarming numbers.
This Friday the 13th comes in October. We discuss what to watch on the spookiest day of the year and explore Netflix’s upcoming psychological thriller series “Mindhunter.”
Author Dylan Thuras talks about a few of the places you probably never heard about but which offer unique vacation experiences, educational opportunities and a lot of fun.
College is thought of as a ticket to a better life. Non-traditional students- those who go to college later in life- can face an uphill battle to obtain that ticket.
One thing this year’s Emmys ceremony made very clear: Peak TV isn’t going anywhere anytime soon.