Katrina vanden Heuvel, editor of The Nation magazine.
Amy Goodman, executive producer and co-host of Democracy Now.
Michael Copps, FCC Commissioner, talks about weighty issues facing the commission on rules for media ownership and the public interest (archive from February 23, 2003)
Joe Conason, columnist for Salon and The New York Observer, discusses his new book Big Lies: The Right-Wing Propaganda Machine and How It Distorts the Truth.
Alexander Cockburn, one of America's best-known investigative journalists, and co-editor with Jeffrey St. Clair of the muckraking newsletter CounterPunch. Cockburn talks about his new book, The Politics of Anti-Semitism.
John Nichols, Washington correspondent for The Nation, will talk about media and politics (this show aired during a pledge drive week, and is not archived)
Peter Hart of Fairness and Accuracy in Reporting (FAIR) discusses his new book, The Oh Really? Factor: Unspinning Fox News Channel's Bill O'Reilly.
Noam Chomsky, professor of linguistics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
John Wilson, co-founder of The Indy, talks about academic freedom and the role of ideology in academia.
Jim Bouton, former pitcher for the Yankees, discusses the political economy of baseball stadiums and his new book, Foul Ball: My Life and Hard Times Trying to Save an Old Ballpark.