We talk to an expert in the field of habit-making about how we can make our resolutions last all year round.
Netflix has a new binge-worthy show called Dark. The German-language show involves time travel, family drama, a small town, and a lot of mind-bending sci-fi.
A look at what is coming up on Viewpoints show 17-53.
Author Christina Crook discusses her 31-day vacation from the internet to reconnect with her physical life.
Black Mirror is like The Twilight Zone for the digital age. We discuss the show, its technologies, and how the unsettling drama has found a foothold exploring the future of our world.
A look at what is coming up on Viewpoints show 17-52.
Diners are an American staple. We talk about the waitresses who make the diners function and the culture behind the career.
We talk to one expert about how cognitive diversity can improve the results for a school, business, or even an entire society.
This year, low-cost horror movies like “Get Out” made big noise at the box office. We discuss one man responsible for the trend: producer Jason Blum.
A look at what is coming up on Viewpoints show 17-51.
We talk to a literary editor who explains to us what an editor does to get the book from a manuscript to the finished copy on store shelves.
Our guest offers advice on how to navigate various situations when you’re the newbie in the room.
It’s all around us: the sounds of the holiday season. We explore some of the classics and modern hits that make December truly the most wonderful time of the year.
A look at what is coming up on Viewpoints show 17-50.
We talk to two experts about the need for average citizens to be the eyes and ears of big data collecting projects.
We discover how Jack London’s own journey informed his writing, and how his books reflect the plight of exploited workers and impoverished women and children.
The Simpsons is a cultural institution. But one character, Apu, is a racist stereotype, and some Indian-American actors and comedians think it’s past time for a re-evaluation.