#22 John M. Barry, what have we learned from past pandemics?
This week we’re meeting a renowned expert on pandemics and disaster control. ...Tell me more
#21 Ashoka Mody, can our economies survive the corona crisis?
This week we’re talking to Ashoka Mody, Princeton economist and former deputy director of the IMF’s Europ ...Tell me more
#20 Mark Parkinson, can U.S. healthcare cope with COVID-19?
This week we’re discussing the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic in the U.S. with Mark Parkinson, President ...Tell me more
#19 Charles Rivkin, what is the film industry doing to be more eco-friendly?
This week we’re meeting one of the big names of behind-the-scenes Hollywood. ...Tell me more
#17 Patrice McMahon, how much do big NGOs help themselves?
This week Chelsea speaks with Patrice McMahon about the problematic work of international NGOs. ...Tell me more
#18 Sudha David-Wilp, what kind of stress test are the Democrats in for?
This week we’re talking about how Biden and Sanders are bracing for the Democrats’ two-horse race. ...Tell me more
#16 Doug Wead, how was your time in the Trump White House?
This week we’re talking to a presidential historian – from the Republican side – about the U.S. president ...Tell me more
#15 Laurie Halse Anderson, how do you go from victim to survivor?
This week we’re learning about surviving trauma with the help of poetry. ...Tell me more
#14 Garry Kasparov, what are the real dangers of AI?
This week we’re talking to a chess grandmaster about the real dangers of artificial intelligence. ...Tell me more
#13 Karen M. McManus, how do we get teens to read books?
This week we’re talking to a bestselling author about how to reach America’s youth with books. ...Tell me more
#12 Jill Lepore, who are America’s true national heroes?
This week we’ll be meeting a woman who has rewritten the history of the United States of America. ...Tell me more
#11 Randall Munroe, how do I answer questions I’ve never even had?
This week Chelsea meets scientific theorist, cartoonist and author Randall Munroe. ...Tell me more
#10 Madeline Miller, how far back does feminism go?
This week we’ll be talking about what Greek mythology has to do with America today. ...Tell me more
#9 Jeremy Rifkin, why do we need a Green New Deal?
This week we’re talking to the world-renowned economist about his Green New Deal to save the world. ...Tell me more
#8 Andrew Ridker, where does self-interest end and altruism begin?
This week Chelsea Spieker meets bestselling author Andrew Ridker. ...Tell me more
#7 Neal Tilghman, how do opioid addicts get back on their feet?
This week we’re talking with Neal Tilghman, a man on the frontlines of the opioid crisis in the US. ...Tell me more
#6 Beth Macy, how addicted is the USA?
This week we’re hearing from Beth Macy, a journalist who has gotten to the root of the opioid crisis. ...Tell me more
#5 John P. Carlin, are we seeing the dawn of a Code War?
This week we’re talking with cybersecurity expert John P. Carlin about the hidden world of bits and bytes ...Tell me more
#4 Daniel Ellsberg, are whistleblowers traitors or heroes?
This week we’re meeting Daniel Ellsberg, the first whistleblower in recent U.S. history. ...Tell me more
#3 Frank Sportolari, is lasting business built on friendship?
Chelsea Spieker talks to the president of the American Chamber of Commerce in Germany, AmCham. ...Tell me more
#2 Beverly Seebach, how crucial is the expat vote?
This week’s episode of “The Americans” takes a closer look at the US presidency from a different perspect ...Tell me more
#1 Gary Shteyngart, does the American soul fit in a Greyhound bus?
Chelsea Spieker speaks with Gary Shteyngart, a journalist and author. His current novel "Welcome to Lake ...Tell me more