Kenny Ausubel, filmmaker and author.
Scientist Theo Colburn.
Futurist Watts Wacker.
Wesley Smith, author and philosopher.
Author Douglas Adams; actor Terry Jones.
Businesswoman Carol Bartz.
Harry Wu fights for human rights.
Businessman Regis McKenna.
Anthropologist Jane Goodall.
Sam Keen, author and philosopher.
Philosopher Jacob Needleman.
Author Alice Walker.
Preservationist George Tulloch.
Marion Wright Edelman.
Authors Marc Reisner and Sandra Postel.
Women in corporate America.
Author Fritjof Capra.
Film critic Roger Ebert.
Dr. Fred Alan Wolf discusses his new book.
Impact of a global economy on Americans.
Blues musician John Lee Hooker.
Andrew Grove, CEO of Intel Corp.
Author Diane Ackerman.
Former President Jimmy Carter.
Columnist Jon Carroll.
Professor Reynolds Price.
Author Robert Cringley.
Author Deepak Chopra.
Author Louise Erdrich.
David Weir, vice president of KQED.
Author Martin Cruz Smith.
Cook-book author Alice Waters.
Mayor Willie Brown.
Author Larry Sabato.
Environmentalist David Brower.
Writer Leslie Marmon Silko.
Journalist Ben Bagdikian.
Filmmaker Ken Burns.
Journalist Howard Kurtz.
Debra Coleman, CEO of Merix.
Matthew Fox; the Vatican; intellectual freedom.
Writer Stanley Crouch.
Writer Ursula Le Guin.
Abba Eban discusses diplomacy.
Writer Jamaica Kincaid.
Poet Czeslaw Milosz.
Author Robert Harris.
Neurologist Oliver Sacks.
Author Amy Tan.
Sen. Bill Bradley (D-N.J.).
Author Studs Terkel.
Author Barbara Kingsolver.
Poet laureate Robert Haas.
Author Maggie Scarf.
Journalist/author Hedrick Smith.
Actor/director/author Leonard Nimoy.
Journalist Sheryl WuDunn.
Author/professor Henry Louis Gates Jr.
Author/educator Herbert Kohl.
Journalist Jim Lehrer.
Writer Natalie Goldberg.
Economist Paul Krugman.
Mario Cuomo, former governor of New York.
Chemist/author Dr. Carl Djerassi.
Chef Julia Child.
Novelist Tom Robbins.
Jazz vocalist Diane Schuur.
James Collins; Jerry Porras.
Mystery writer P.D. James.
Pediatrician Dr. T. Barry Brazelton.
Political speechwriter Peggy Noonan.
Author Patrick O'Brian.
Entertainer Rita Moreno.
Anthropologist Helena Norberg-Hodge.
Political activist the Rev. Jesse Jackson.
Producer/director Sidney Lumet.
Indian composer Ali Akbar Khan.
Chinese student leader Hou Zhong Yu.
A 1988 interview with Nobel Prize-winner Linus Pauling.
Political speech-writer Peggy Noonan.
Melvin Belli discusses his famous clients.
Rita Moreno discusses her career.
Novelist Anne Lamott discusses single motherhood.
Naval ace Alex Vraciu shares his battle experiences.
Fong Torres discusses his life.
Cancer researcher Gerald Dermer.
Reporter/author George Plimpton discusses his achievements.
TV personality James Burke discusses his scientific interests.
Author William T. Vollman discusses his writing style.
Author Penelope Leach discusses "child-focused" policies.
Author Barry Glassner discusses coping with layoffs and job changes.
Comic strip creator Scott Adams discusses workplace humor.
Reporter Nathan McCall discusses violence and crime.
Commentator Kevin Phillips discusses economic fears.
Author Margaret Atwood.
Michael Medved discusses American values.
Author Naomi Wolf discusses the future of feminism.
Novelist Sue Miller discusses the domestic drama.
Columnist Molly Ivins discusses her political perspective.
Author William Kennedy discusses his journalistic roots.
T.J. Rodgers, CEO of Cypress Semiconductor.
Gary Hart discusses political change and examines the Clinton Administration.
Peter Straub discusses working with Stephen King on "The Talisman."
Art critic Robert Hughes discusses elitism and art standards.
Author Isabel Allende discusses objectivity in journalism.
Paul Tsongas discusses the deficit, cancer and politics.
Malcolm S. Forbes Jr. discusses the economy.
Charlayne Hunter-Gault discusses civil rights history.
Writer Joyce Carol Oates discusses art, power and boxing.
George Shultz discusses global change, Iran-Contra and future plans.
George Shultz discusses the post cold war world.
Art critic Robert Hughes discusses elitism and objective standards.
Author Isabel Allende discuss objectivity in journalism.
Gary Hart discusses the Clinton administration.
Author William Kennedy.
Author Peter Straub discusses the supernatural.
Author Sue Miller on love.
Biographer Donald Spoto discusses Marilyn Monroe.
Author Ted Wachtel discusses electronic democracy.
Physicist/author Steven Weinberg.
James Earl Jones discusses his unique voice.
Computer writer Paul Freiberger.
Goery Delacote discusses a crisis in science education.
Tony Brown discusses politics and race relations.
Amy Dacyczyn profits from frugality.
Scientist Stephen Jay Gould discusses extinction.
Novelist Armistead Maupin discusses discrimination against gays.
Tom Peters discusses the global economy.
Editor Robin Morgan discusses sexism.
The author of "Future Shock" discusses technology.
The "Falcon and the Snowman" author discusses murder.
The author of "New York Trilogy," "Leviathan."
"Shadows of Forgotten Ancestors."
The author of "Paris Trout" discusses his views.
Turmoil in the former Soviet Union.
A couple saves Zambian elephants.
The limits of advocacy in journalism.
Novelist Terry McMillan discusses racial barriers.
Comparing knowledge gained from television and nature.
Therapist John Bradshaw discusses his TV success.
Common Cause founder John Gardner discusses leadership.
Educator Ted Sizer.
Author Victor Villasenor.
Director/producer Robert Wise.
Politician John Anderson.
Author/journalist Nan Robertson.
Businessman Bill Davidson.
Novelist T.C. Boyle.
Director/producer Luis Valdez, founder of El Teatro Campesino.
Science journalist Timothy Ferris.
Anita Roddick, founder and CEO of the Body Shop.
Journalist Fred Friendly.
Filmmaker John Sayles ("Baby, It's You," "Eight Men Out").
Author Viktor Frankl discusses life and spirituality.
C. Everett Koop discusses national health issues.
Author Jonathan Kozol ("Savage Inequalities").
Psychologist/author Susan Baur ("The Dinosaur Man").
Stanford football coach Bill Walsh.
Peter Ustinov recalls co-stars.
Peter Ustinov discusses politics and acting.
Author Edward Behr discusses Romanian dictator Nicolae Ceausescu.
Peter Davison discusses British and U.S. television.
Rock critic Dave Marsh discusses censorship, rap and rock.
Author John Barth discusses magic and the philosophy of fiction.
Author Douglas Adams ("Last Chance to See").
Poet Seamus Heaney.
Folk singer/activist Holly Near discusses her work.
Rosabeth Moss Kanter ("When Giants Learn to Dance").
Former astronaut Steve Hawley discusses the U.S. space program.
Orchestral conductor Marin Alsop discusses the new breed of U.S. conductor.
Specialists discuss computer security.
Author John Edgar Wideman discusses his work and life.
Author James Conaway ("Napa") discusses California's wine country.
Richard Breeden, chairman of the Securities and Exchange Commission.
Psychologist Beth Milwid discusses job challenges women face.
Musician Steve Miller reviews his career.
Civil War historian Shelby Foote.
Civil War historian Shelby Foote.
James R. Jones, chairman of the American Stock Exchange.
Shelby Steele discusses black leadership and affirmative action.
Classical pianist Mark Anderson discusses the instrument's future.
Christopher Whittle, developer of a commercial newscast for schools.
Deborah Coleman of Apple Computer discusses women and high-tech fields.
Yvette del Prado and Pat Hubbard discuss technology's role in education.
Mitchell Kertzman discusses the future of America's computer industry.
Economist Joseph Duncan discusses the global economy.
Author/screenwriter Niven Busch discusses his work.
Outplacement specialist Sid Wilkins discusses finding a job.
Futurist Tom Mandel discusses America in the 21st century.
Author William Stryon discusses politics, writing and depression.
Author Mark Helprin discusses his writing and world politics.
Author George Gilder discusses the U.S. electronics industry.
Author Tracy Kidder discusses his book "Among Schoolchildren."
Congressman Dave McCurdy and economist Milton Friedman discuss serving one's country.
Electronics firms seek legal protection for ideas and trade secrets.
Carl Rosendahl and Joel Slayton discuss computer animation.
Author Tom Peters discusses government's role in business.
Author Tom Peters offers business advice for the '90s.
Nobel Prize-winner Arno Penzias of AT&T Bell Labs discusses information technology.
Journalists Pete Carey and Jeffrey Kline discuss military secrecy in Silicon Valley.
Gordon Bell and Eric Drexler discuss high-tech developments.
Clyde Prestowitz and Gene Norrett discuss U.S. economic strategy in the Pacific.
Genetic engineering as a scientific and economic force.
Author/lecturer John Bradshaw discusses family problems.
International arms control specialist Sidney Drell.
Robert Noyce discusses electronics manufacturing.
Scholar Jonathan Kozol discusses societal problems.
TV personality James Burke discusses his achievements.
Dizzy Gillespie discusses music and his life.
Poet Allen Ginsberg discusses his career and poetry's place in literature.
Ray Bradbury discusses his writing and shares celebrity anecdotes.
Author Tom Peters discusses business education.
Author Tom Peters discusses a 1990s depression.