Pulitzer-Prize winning author Jared Diamond talks to Bob about his 48 years in Papua New Guinea, his interest in tribal culture, and his book The World Until Yesterday: What Can We Learn From Traditional Societies?.
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Pulitzer-Prize winning author Jared Diamond talks to Bob about his 48 years in Papua New Guinea, his interest in tribal culture, and his latest book The World Until Yesterday: What Can We Learn From Traditional Societies?. Next, Bob talks to jazz composer and pianist Patricia Barber about her debut album Smash.
A conversation with Bob Diamond, Barclays Chief Executive. Next, Nick Faldo and Jim Nantz discuss Golf and the 75th Masters in Augusta.
Kurt Andersen talks with playwright Bruce Norris. His Tony-nominated play Clybourne Park tackles race, class, and gentrification — and it’s a comedy. Nina Arianda, nominated for her leading role in Venus in Fur, shares her mantra for success. And a group of videogame designers creates a pop-up arcade with games that are defining a new world of indie gaming.