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Critic Ann Powers embarks on a wide-ranging history of pop music in America in her new book Good Booty: Love and Sex, Black and White, Body and Soul in American Music. more
We've invited Radcliffe to play a game called "Sure, you're Harry Potter, but what do you know about hairy pottery?" Originally broadcast Nov. 1, 2014. more
World's Dumbest Profession, Potty Mouth School Kids, Poober. more
Cumming plays Eli Gold on the TV series The Good Wife, so we'll see how much he knows about bad wives. Originally broadcast Dec. 3, 2016. more
We'll ask the governor three questions about exciting things scheduled for the year 2020, that definitely aren't the next U.S. presidential election. Originally broadcast April 8, 2017. more
A February snowstorm prevented Dunham from joining us, so Colbert, the host of Late Night jumped in at the last minute to answer questions we had prepared for her. Originally broadcast Feb. 11, 2017. more
Set in Nigeria in the 1980s, Ayobami Adebayo's debut novel tells the story of a couple who desperately want to have a child, in a society where that's what's expected of them. more
Fierce Kingdom is about every parent's worst nightmare. A mother and her son, in the zoo at closing time, see a shooter and run. And hide. Gin Phillips talks to Scott Simon about her latest novel. more
N.K. Jemisin won Hugo Awards for the first two volumes of her Broken Earth trilogy. The Stone Sky is a powerful, timely finale to this story of a world built on oppression and exploitation. more
Zoe Leonard (Photography: Jack Louth) From the VaultsIn conversation with Zoe Leonard & Cheryl Dunye.  Art & BooksLinda YablonskyThis article originally appeared in the April 1997 issue of OUT Zoe Leonard “In … more
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