Tavis talks with Oscar-winning actress-director Anjelica Huston, a third generation of Hollywood talent.
Tavis talks with Rock and Roll Hall of Famer David Crosby in one of his first interviews since having heart surgery earlier in 2014.
Tavis talks with Oscar-nominated actor and Theatre Hall of Fame inductee, Frank Langella.
This week, we’re rebroadcasting segments first aired earlier this year. Entrepreneur John Hope Bryant, discusses his new book, “How the Poor Can Save Capitalism: Rebuilding the Path to the Middle Class”. Sister Simone Campbell talks about her activism and her new book, “A Nun on the Bus: How All of Us Can Create Hope, Change, and Community”.
Irvin Schorsch III, founder and president of Pennsylvania Capital Management, has “Five Things You Should Know About… Negotiating”. Clarinetist Anthony McGill tells us how he became the first African American principal performer in the 172-year history of the New York Philharmonic.
Michael Waldman of the NYU School of Law explores the history and metamorphosis of gun control in America; Christopher Farley, a journalist and author, explains why there are so few kids of color in children’s books.
Dionne Wright Poulton, a diversity education consultant, discusses why incidents related to race are not necessarily instances of racism. Singer Bill Medley looks back on his career in his book, “The Time of My Life: A Righteous Brother’s Memoir”. Listen Now
Tavis Smiley has come a long way from his humble beginnings in Gulfport, Mississippi (PDF).