A look at what is coming up on Viewpoints show 18-18.
When it comes to social media, who owns what information, and how do we assert the rights we do have? We talk to a professor of law about the legal issues associated with online profiles.
Netflix is becoming a bigger player in the film world, which is leaving a bad taste in some people’s mouths. We look at the arguments for and against Netflix as a film distributor.
Being an explorer seems like a childhood fantasy, but it’s a real thing people do. We talk to two experts about explorers of the past and ways you can see the world through fresh eyes.
Chef Alison Roman joins the show to give advice on cooking at home to make sure you can eat deliciously even without spending a night out or losing track of your diet.
Westworld, the show that mystified audience when it stormed onto the scene in 2016, is back tonight. We discuss the show and take a look at the perils of reading fan theories online.
A look at what is coming up on Viewpoints show 18-16.
Politicians have always stirred up controversy, but no politician has ever done it as often, or as well as Donald Trump. We talk to two experts about the attraction to these politicians.
When a high school student isn’t accepted into the college of their dreams, it can be devastating. But we look at whether college choice really matters as much as we may think.
Movie criticism these days typically boils down to numbers and general consensus. But when Roger Ebert was alive, he cultivated a following that considered his perspective above all else.
A look at what is coming up on Viewpoints show 18-15.
Our guest discusses what con men are like in real life, some of the most famous cons from the past, and the techniques that make us all vulnerable to being swindled.
Author Veera Hiranandani tells the story of the 1947 partition of India in her novel, The Night Diary. She talks about the history of the partition and how that history is still relevant.
Summer is getting closer, which means concerts are selling out across the country. We discuss the magic of live music and what makes it such a memorable night out.
A look at what is coming up on Viewpoints show 18-14.
Author Marc Perrusquia joins the show to tell the story of Ernest Withers, a Civil Rights photographer and a spy for the FBI, and helps us parse through what it all means.
Often, it can seem like bad news outweighs the good. But one expert says that connecting with ourselves and practicing kindness can make it all a lot more bearable.
Movie trailers are more hyped than ever. Studios announce their release days in advance and fans pour over every screenshot and detail included in them… but what happens when some of the trailer turns out to be a spoiler?