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Season 4

2 Jan. 2015
Episode #4.2
Dennis Berman, business editor of the Wall Street Journal.
5 Jan. 2015
Episode #4.4
Editor Nic Thompson; author Steven Brill.
6 Jan. 2015
Episode #4.5
Editor Brian Cooley; author Eric Topol.
7 Jan. 2015
Episode #4.6
Tony Schwartz, CEO of the Energy Project; Patton Oswalt (Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. (2013)).
12 Jan. 2015
Episode #4.10
Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.); Advertising Age deputy managing editor Natalie Zmuda.
13 Jan. 2015
Episode #4.11
Glenn Close and her sister, Jessie Close.
14 Jan. 2015
Episode #4.12
Author Dean R. Koontz.
16 Jan. 2015
Episode #4.14
NFL analyst Bart Scott; filmmaker George Lucas.
17 Jan. 2015
Episode #4.15
An examination of facial-recognition technology; report on rising sea levels; a look at the story behind the movie, Spare Parts (2015); a visit to Madison Square Garden for the Professional Bull Riders Championship; Dr. Dog perform.
19 Jan. 2015
Episode #4.16
Rep. John Lewis (D-Ga.).
20 Jan. 2015
Episode #4.17
Benedict Cumberbatch; astronauts and identical twins Mark Kelly and Scott Kelly; author Mike Greenberg (book "My Father's Wives: A Novel".
24 Jan. 2015
Episode #4.21
A report on flight sharing; an examination of what it costs a city to host a Super Bowl; a report on the popularity of Airbnb to rent accommodations; a look at the Sundance Film Festival. Also: TV on the Radio perform.
26 Jan. 2015
Episode #4.22
Baseball commissioner Bud Selig; Regis Philbin.
27 Jan. 2015
Episode #4.23
Spencer Rascoff, CEO of "Zillow".
29 Jan. 2015
Episode #4.25
Natalie Zmuda, deputy managing editor of "Advertising Age".
31 Jan. 2015
Episode #4.27
A report on genetically-modified mosquitoes; a visit to the Internet Archive in San Francisco; a profile of Super Bowl referee Bill Vinovich. Also: Phox perform; chef Marjorie Druker prepares apricot and ginger chicken.
2 Feb. 2015
Episode #4.28
Tony Schwartz, CEO of the Energy Project; author Ron Lieber ("The Opposite of Spoiled"); the winner of the Grammy Educator of the Year award.
3 Feb. 2015
Episode #4.29
Kevin Costner (Black or White (2014)); author Peter Diamandis ("Bold").
4 Feb. 2015
Episode #4.30
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos discusses the company's original series, Transparent (2014), along with its creator Jill Soloway and star Jeffrey Tambor. Also: rock band Haim; anthropologist Helen Fisher.
5 Feb. 2015
Eric Church
Country singer Eric Church.
7 Feb. 2015
Episode #4.33
A report on the declining love affair with cars; a preview of the Grammy Awards; a look at the Smithsonian Institution's efforts to give virtual access to its collections. Also: Chris Thile and Edgar Meyer perform.
9 Feb. 2015
Episode #4.34
Sen. Ed Markey (D-Mass.); David Gilboa and Neil Blumenthal, co-founders and co-CEOs of Warby Parker; author Paula Hawkins ("The Girl on the Train").
10 Feb. 2015
Episode #4.35
Steve Carell (Foxcatcher (2014)); former White House senior advisor David Axelrod.
11 Feb. 2015
Episode #4.36
Lucy Liu (Elementary (2012)).
12 Feb. 2015
Episode #4.37
Musician Common.
17 Feb. 2015
Episode #4.41
Matthew Perry (The Odd Couple (2015)); legal analyst Lisa Green.
18 Feb. 2015
Episode #4.42
Jamie Dimon, Chairman and CEO of JP Morgan Chase; model Karlie Kloss.
19 Feb. 2015
Episode #4.43
The MLB's Buster Posey.
20 Feb. 2015
Episode #4.44
Dave Karger, host of The Frontrunners (2012) and Weekend Ticket (2013).
23 Feb. 2015
Episode #4.46
Nancy O'Dell (Entertainment Tonight (1981)); Cindi Leive, editor-in-chief of "Glamour" magazine.
24 Feb. 2015
Episode #4.47
Jeff Probst (Survivor (2000)); photojournalist Lynsey Addario.
27 Feb. 2015
Episode #4.50
Exploring the controversy surrounding ultra sounds.
28 Feb. 2015
Episode #4.51
Autonomous electric vehicles; Levi Bettwieser; chef Brian Malarkey. Also: Guster perform.
3 Mar. 2015
Episode #4.53
Buster Posey of the San Francisco Giants; author Abraham Morgentaler ("The Truth About Men and Sex").
4 Mar. 2015
Episode #4.54
Documentary filmmaker Alex Gibney; author Lawrence Wright ("Going Clear: Scientology, Hollywood and the Prison of Belief").
6 Mar. 2015
Episode #4.56
Julianna Margulies (The Good Wife (2009)). Also: correspondent Bill Plante recalls his 1965 interview with Martin Luther King.
7 Mar. 2015
Episode #4.57
A report on "revenge porn", the posting of images or videos by jilted lovers to get even with their former partners. Also: Google's plan to enter the wireless market; Arizona State's "Curtain of Distraction"; author Kirk Honeycutt.
9 Mar. 2015
Episode #4.58
Philanthropist Melinda Gates; Martin Short (Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt (2015)); author Jeffrey Lieberman ("Shrinks: The Untold Story of Psychiatry").
10 Mar. 2015
Episode #4.59
Patricia Arquette (CSI: Cyber (2015)); sportscaster Jim Nantz; author Dr. Mark Hyman ("The Blood Sugar Solution 10-Day Detox Diet Cookbook").
11 Mar. 2015
Episode #4.60
Gov. Nikki Haley (R-S.C.).
12 Mar. 2015
Episode #4.61
Rebecca Dolgin, editor-in-chief of "The Knot", "The Nest" and "The Bump".
13 Mar. 2015
Episode #4.62
Parisa Tabriz, computer security expert with Google.
14 Mar. 2015
Episode #4.63
Trademark disputes over beer names; chef Curtis Stone. Also: Punch Brothers perform.
16 Mar. 2015
Episode #4.64
Arianna Huffington, editor-in-chief of "The Huffington Post".
17 Mar. 2015
Episode #4.65
Columnist Frank Bruni (New York Times), author of "Where You Go Is Not Who You'll Be".
18 Mar. 2015
Episode #4.66
An investigation into the rise of car fires, due to faulty gasoline tanks.
19 Mar. 2015
Episode #4.67
A report on the resurgence of catalogs.
21 Mar. 2015
Episode #4.69
Report on debris in the world's oceans; a look at the documentary, "The Wrecking Crew", about L.A. musicians in the 1960s and 1970s; a look at the origins of the game, Monopoly; Modest Mouse perform; chef Ed Cotton prepares a favorite dish.
23 Mar. 2015
Episode #4.70
Lindsey Turrentine, CNET.com editor-in-chief; author Michael Lewis ("Flash Boys").
24 Mar. 2015
Episode #4.71
Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas); defending Masters champion Bubba Watson; 10-year-old golfer Kelly Xu.
25 Mar. 2015
Episode #4.72
Jill Schlesinger, CBS News business analyst.
26 Mar. 2015
Episode #4.73
Mark Bertolini, CEO of Aetna.
27 Mar. 2015
Episode #4.74
Tracy DiNunzio, founder and CEO of Tradesy.
28 Mar. 2015
Episode #4.75
A report on buying planes, that will serve as Air Force One, for the president; a look at how women are driving the movie's box office; tips on getaways, that focus on great factory tours. Also: Houndmouth perform; chef Michael Cimarusti makes a favorite dish.
30 Mar. 2015
Episode #4.76
Mark Fields, CEO of Ford Motor Company.
1 Apr. 2015
Episode #4.78
Ramin Setoodeh, "Variety" New York film editor.
2 Apr. 2015
Episode #4.79
Chip Reid reports on culinary incubators, including "Union Kitchen" in Washington, D.C.
3 Apr. 2015
Episode #4.80
Kickstarter campaigns; Kickstarter CEO/co-founder Yancey Strickler.
4 Apr. 2015
Episode #4.81
Josh Gad (The Comedians (2015)); chef Ben Ford; and a performance by Death Cab for Cutie.
6 Apr. 2015
Episode #4.82
Google executive Laszlo Bock; James Franco and Jonah Hill (True Story (2015)); pro golfer Nick Faldo.
7 Apr. 2015
Episode #4.83
Dr. Pieter Cohen; reporter and author Judith Miller ("The Story: A Reporter's Journey").
9 Apr. 2015
Episode #4.85
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.); sportscaster Jim Nantz.
13 Apr. 2015
Episode #4.88
Author David Brooks ("The Road to Character").
14 Apr. 2015
Episode #4.89
Author Henry Paulson, former U.S. Treasury Secretary; Jordan Spieth, 2015 Masters champion; Pauley Perrette (NCIS (2003)).
15 Apr. 2015
Episode #4.90
Authors Jack Welch and Suzy Welch ("The Real-Life MBA"); country duo Maddie Marlow and Tae Dye'.
16 Apr. 2015
Episode #4.91
Elizabeth Holmes, CEO of "Theranos"; country singer Dierks Bentley.
17 Apr. 2015
Episode #4.92
Jerry Jones, owner of the Dallas Cowboys; Hugh Evans, CEO of Global Poverty Project; Deborra-Lee Furness, co-founder of Global Citizen.
18 Apr. 2015
Episode #4.93
An interview with a Yankee fan, walking from Tampa to the Bronx, to raise money for the Wounded Warrior Project; a profile of astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson; a celebration of the National Parks Service centennial. Also: The Decemberists perform.
20 Apr. 2015
Episode #4.94
Tina Brown, CEO of Tina Brown Live Media; LL Cool J (Lip Sync Battle (2015)).
21 Apr. 2015
Episode #4.95
Olympic skier Lindsey Vonn; author Ken Robinson ("Creative Schools").
22 Apr. 2015
Episode #4.96
Author Jon Krakauer ("Missoula: Rape and the Justice System in a College Town").
23 Apr. 2015
Episode #4.97
Tony Schwartz, CEO of the Energy Project.
25 Apr. 2015
Episode #4.99
A report on marijuana and the workplace; a look at how LED lighting is changing the face of buildings; a preview of summer movies. Also: 'Rhiannon Giddens performs; and chef Marcus Samuelsson discusses the "Harlem Eat Up" food festival.
27 Apr. 2015
Episode #4.100
Author Ellen McCarthy ("The Real Thing"). Also: The National Teacher of the Year announcement.
28 Apr. 2015
Episode #4.101
Tony Awards nominations are announced.
30 Apr. 2015
Episode #4.103
Author John Riordan ("They Are All My Family").
1 May 2015
Episode #4.104
Animator Daniel Hashimoto, creator of the YouTube series, "Action Movie Kid".
4 May 2015
Episode #4.106
A profile of Susan Wojcicki, CEO of YouTube.
5 May 2015
Episode #4.107
Co-authors Steven Levitt and Stephen Dubner ("Freakonomics"); Ashley Madison CEO Noel Biderman.
6 May 2015
Episode #4.108
Gov. Nikki Haley (R-S.C.); musician Willie Nelson; Periscope CEO Kayvon Beykpour.
7 May 2015
Episode #4.109
Liz Vaccariello, Reader's Digest editor-in-chief; Federic Marchionni, Land's End CEO.
8 May 2015
Episode #4.110
Elaine Lowry Brye ("Be Safe, Love Mom").
9 May 2015
Episode #4.111
Tips to avoid travel scams; a poker battle in Pittsburgh, pitting human players against a computer. Also: comedian Greg Proops discusses his new book, "The Smartest Book in the World"; chef George Duran shares some of his top recipes; Nashville singer/songwriter Natalie Prass performs.
11 May 2015
Episode #4.112
The co-hosts of The Talk (2010); former CIA deputy director Michael Morell; retired U.S. Army General Stanley McChrystal; two survivors of the Nepal earthquake.
12 May 2015
Episode #4.113
Photographer Sally Mann; spouses Pat Benatar and Neil Giraldo.
14 May 2015
Episode #4.115
Former baseball star Jorge Posada.
15 May 2015
Episode #4.116
Former NBA star Allen Iverson; musician Paul Shaffer.
16 May 2015
Episode #4.117
A report on state lottery games; a look at David Letterman's career and a look ahead to the future of late-night TV; a report on efforts to protect the world's chocolate. Also: author Ashlee Vance discusses his biography of entrepreneur Elon Musk.
18 May 2015
Episode #4.118
Robert Gates, former U.S. Secretary of Defense; Kate Lanphear, editor-in-chief of Maxim; Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.).
19 May 2015
Episode #4.119
Author Meredith Wild ("Hard Love").
20 May 2015
Episode #4.120
George Clooney (Tomorrowland (2015)); Anderson Cooper; New York City mayor Bill de Blasio. Broadcast from the One World Observatory atop One World Trade Center.
21 May 2015
Episode #4.121
U.S. Secretary of Defense Ashton Carter; fashion photographer Mario Testino.
22 May 2015
Episode #4.122
Nutritionist Samantha Heller; author Taya Kyle ("Note to Self").
23 May 2015
Episode #4.123
An organization pays tribute to military veterans living in assisted living facilities by taking them on a ride in a 1940s biplane; the Eurovision Song Contest; Paul Newman's racing career; abandoned rails that have been turned into trails.
25 May 2015
Episode #4.124
CNET editor Dan Ackerman.
26 May 2015
Episode #4.125
Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.); Moira Forbes, executive vice president of Forbes Media; author Adam Carolla (book "Daddy, Stop Talking").
27 May 2015
Episode #4.126
Elisabeth Moss (Mad Men (2007)); restaurateur Danny Meyer; Shake Shake CEO Randy Garutti.
28 May 2015
Episode #4.127
Authors Jodi Picoult and daughter Samantha van Leer (book "Off the Page").
29 May 2015
Episode #4.128
Chef Mario Batali (The Chew (2011)); author Wendy Suzuki (book "Healthy Brain, Happy Life").
30 May 2015
Episode #4.129
An interview with designer Ted Southern, who discusses his work for NASA; a look at smaller-budget indie movies for summer; a report on NPR's "Tiny Desk Concerts". Also: The Districts perform.
2 Jun. 2015
Judy Blume/Robin Ely
Author Judy Blume; Harvard University professor Robin Ely.
3 Jun. 2015
Melissa McCarthy & Paul Feig
Melissa McCarthy and director Paul Feig discuss their movie, Spy (2015).
4 Jun. 2015
Episode #4.133
Cybersecurity company Root9B.
5 Jun. 2015
Episode #4.134
The psychology behind texting and driving.
9 Jun. 2015
Episode #4.137
George Zimmer, zTailors founder. Also: Edie Falco (Nurse Jackie (2009)).
10 Jun. 2015
Episode #4.138
Chris Anderson, CEO of "3D Robotics".
11 Jun. 2015
Episode #4.139
Tod Marks, Consumer Reports senior projects editor.
12 Jun. 2015
Episode #4.140
Gen. Raymond Odierno, chief of staff of the Army.
13 Jun. 2015
Episode #4.141
A report on XQ testing; a look at rare photos from artist and filmmaker Gordon Parks; an interview with comedian Colin Quinn. Also: singer-songwriter Christopher Paul Stelling performs.
15 Jun. 2015
Episode #4.142
Writer Jennifer Wallace, Wall Street Journal contributor.
16 Jun. 2015
Episode #4.143
Briana Scurry and Brandi Chastain, members of the 1999 World Cup-winning U.S. women's soccer team.
17 Jun. 2015
Episode #4.144
Author Elin Hilderbrandt; school band, the Nashville Cats perform.
18 Jun. 2015
Episode #4.145
Author Brian J. Robertson (book "Holacracy: The New Management System for a Rapidly Changing World").
19 Jun. 2015
Episode #4.146
The NFL's Jim Kelly, author of "Kelly Tough: Live Courageously by Faith".
20 Jun. 2015
Episode #4.147
A report on art forgery; a look at companies that offer unlimited vacation for employees; a visit with photographers in Los Angeles, who gather to shoot pictures of planes in front of a full moon. Also: Nate Ruess performs.
22 Jun. 2015
Episode #4.148
Author Michael Wolff (book "Television Is the New Television: The Unexpected Triumph of Old Media in the Digital Age").
23 Jun. 2015
Episode #4.149
Dolly Singh, founder of Thesis Couture.
24 Jun. 2015
Episode #4.150
Derek Thompson, senior editor at "The Atlantic".
25 Jun. 2015
Episode #4.151
A report on the Napa Wine Sisters.
26 Jun. 2015
Episode #4.152
Tony Schwartz, CEO of "The Energy Project".
27 Jun. 2015
Episode #4.153
An investigation into student loan fraud; filmmaker Christopher S. Rech discusses his documentary, A Murder in the Park (2014); a report on Texas dance halls and what they mean to their communities. Also: Paul Weller performs; chef Bryan Voltaggio is interviewed.
29 Jun. 2015
Episode #4.154
Forbes senior editor Zack O'Malley Greenburg; New York Times reporter Jodi Kantor.
30 Jun. 2015
Episode #4.155
NASCAR driver Jeff Gordon; author James Patterson.
2 Jul. 2015
Episode #4.157
Dr. Heidi Grant Halvorson, social psychologist.
3 Jul. 2015
Episode #4.158
A report on creative public parks.
4 Jul. 2015
Episode #4.159
A tour of the 18th century warship replica, "The Hermione"; seven lesser known natural wonders.
6 Jul. 2015
Episode #4.160
Misty Copeland, American Ballet Theatre's first female African-American principal dancer.
7 Jul. 2015
Episode #4.161
Lindsey Turrentine, editor-in-chief of "CNET" magazine.
8 Jul. 2015
Episode #4.162
Writer Jennifer Wallace (Wall Street Journal); filmmaker Asif Kapadia (Amy (2015)).
9 Jul. 2015
Episode #4.163
Matthew Morrison (Glee (2009) and Tulip Fever (2016)).
10 Jul. 2015
Episode #4.164
President Jimmy Carter reads his "Note to Self".
11 Jul. 2015
Episode #4.165
A report on NASA's New Horizons spacecraft, as it approaches Pluto; a look at London's subterranean world; author Adonal Foyle discusses the financial problems of pro athletes. Also: magicians Penn Jillette and Teller; singer Leon Bridges.
13 Jul. 2015
Episode #4.166
Author Ta-Nehisi Coates (book "Between the World and Me").
14 Jul. 2015
Episode #4.167
A report on Harper Lee's novel, "Go Set a Watchman".
15 Jul. 2015
Episode #4.168
Mixed martial arts fighter Ronda Rousey; jet pack pilot Nick Macomber.
16 Jul. 2015
Episode #4.169
Author Julie Lythcott-Haims (book, "How to Raise an Adult: Break Free of the Overparenting Trap and Prepare Your Kid for Success").
17 Jul. 2015
Episode #4.170
NFL player and author Rob Gronkowski (book "It's Good to Be Gronk").
18 Jul. 2015
Episode #4.171
A report on French inventor and filmmaker Louis Aimé Augustin Le Prince, who may have captured the first moving image; an interview with ultra-marathoner Scott Jurek; a look at Jingle Punks, a company that creates ad jingles. Also: Red Hot Sardines perform.
20 Jul. 2015
Episode #4.172
Dr. Holly Phillips talks about the growing threat of Lyme disease.
21 Jul. 2015
Episode #4.173
Peter Diamandis, chairman and CEO of "X Prize"; Wendy Schmidt, president of "Schmidt Family Foundation". Also: Jimmy Carter's Note to Self.
22 Jul. 2015
Episode #4.174
A report on "Crown Finish Caves", a cheese-aging facility in Brooklyn.
25 Jul. 2015
Episode #4.177
A report on using sex and violence to sell products; interviews with the four newest members of the Baseball Hall of Fame; tips on European travel; a visit to the Newport Folk Festival.
27 Jul. 2015
Episode #4.178
Documentary filmmaker Daniel Junge (A LEGO Brickumentary (2014)).
28 Jul. 2015
Episode #4.179
Tim Marvin, grassroots organizer for the West Coast office of Consumers Union.
29 Jul. 2015
Episode #4.180
Olympic diver Greg Louganis.
30 Jul. 2015
Episode #4.181
A report on NASA's crash testing of small planes.
1 Aug. 2015
Episode #4.183
A probe of how social media is impacting the 2016 presidential elections; a report on the rise in seltzer sales; a look at I Am Chris Farley (2015), a documentary on late comedian Chris Farley. Also: Sam Outlaw performs; chef Jonathon Sawyer prepares a favorite dish.
3 Aug. 2015
Episode #4.184
Lion hunting; a report on distracted driving.
4 Aug. 2015
Episode #4.185
Country singer Mickey Guyton.
6 Aug. 2015
Episode #4.187
Author Jen Lancaster (book "The Best of Enemies").
7 Aug. 2015
Episode #4.188
2016 Republican presidential candidates Gov. Scott Walker and Gov. John Kasich; a report on YouTube's archives.
8 Aug. 2015
Episode #4.189
A report on viral videos posted by presidential candidates; a look at a documentary about Marlon Brando (Listen to Me Marlon (2015)); a report on some of the U.S.'s oldest roller coasters. Also: First Aid Kit perform.
10 Aug. 2015
Episode #4.190
Jim Steyer, founder and CEO of "Common Sense Media".
11 Aug. 2015
Episode #4.191
Author Jennifer Weiner (book "Who Do You Love").
12 Aug. 2015
Episode #4.192
A report on a new trend in exercise for the elderly.
13 Aug. 2015
Episode #4.193
Writer David Simon and director Paul Haggis (Show Me a Hero (2015)).
15 Aug. 2015
Episode #4.195
An interview with Edward Burns and his wife, Christy Turlington; the appeal of wood boats; a profile of Sam Smith; kids involved with the Make-A-Wish Foundation, and people who make their dreams come true.
18 Aug. 2015
Adam Rapoport/Andrew Knowlton
Bon Appetit editor-in-chief Adam Rapoport and Bon Appetit restaurant and drinks editor Andrew Knowlton.
19 Aug. 2015
Episode #4.198
Cindy Whitehead, CEO of Sprout Pharmaceuticals.
21 Aug. 2015
Episode #4.200
A report on the rising trend of adult coloring books.
22 Aug. 2015
Episode #4.201
The decline in performance reviews; fantasy sports; YouTube Space LA; the Jazz Age Lawn Party.
24 Aug. 2015
Episode #4.202
Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-Minn.); explorer Sam Crossman.
25 Aug. 2015
Episode #4.203
Author Sonia Manzano (book "Becoming Maria: Love and Chaos in the South Bronx and Miracle on 133rd Street").
26 Aug. 2015
Episode #4.204
Dr. Robynne Chutkan, author of "The Microbiome Solution: A Radical New Way to Heal Your Body From the Inside Out".
27 Aug. 2015
Episode #4.205
A report on adult coloring books.
28 Aug. 2015
Episode #4.206
Singer Josh Groban.
31 Aug. 2015
Episode #4.208
Former vice-president Dick Cheney and his daughter Liz Cheney, authors of "Exceptional: Why the World Needs a Powerful America".
1 Sep. 2015
Episode #4.209
Tess Vigeland, author of "Leap: Leaving a Job, with No Plan B, to Find the Career and Life You Really Want".
2 Sep. 2015
Episode #4.210
Arizona Cardinals coach Jen Welter.
3 Sep. 2015
Episode #4.211
Erik Davis, managing editor at Fandango.com; Leigh Gallagher, assistant managing editor at Fortune magazine.
4 Sep. 2015
Episode #4.212
Author Salman Rushdie ("Two Years, Eight Months and Twenty-Eight Nights").
5 Sep. 2015
Episode #4.213
A report on how artificial intelligence could revolutionize human employment; a look at how Cuba is preparing for an increase in visitors; a preview of must-see fall movies. Also: Christopher Stapleton performs; Texas chef Tim Love shares steaks and stories.
7 Sep. 2015
Episode #4.214
Dr. Alexis Chiang Colvin, professor of sports medicine at Mount Sinai Hospital.
8 Sep. 2015
Episode #4.215
Tim Stevens, CNET editor-at-large.
9 Sep. 2015
Episode #4.216
Julie Chen and Sharon Osbourne (The Talk (2010)); author David Gregory ("How's Your Faith?: An Unlikely Spiritual Journey").
10 Sep. 2015
Episode #4.217
Former NFL coach Bill Cowher; author David Gregory ("How's Your Faith?: An Unlikely Spiritual Journey".
11 Sep. 2015
Episode #4.218
Soccer player Alex Morgan.
12 Sep. 2015
Episode #4.219
A report on Microsoft's fight over access to digital documents stored on a server in Ireland; a preview of the NFL season; a look at why nightclubs are disappearing in the U.K. Also: authors Michael Bennett and Sarah Bennett; chef Gavin Kaysen; Tony Gonzalez and Bart Scott.
14 Sep. 2015
Episode #4.220
Olympic swimmer Katie Ledecky.
15 Sep. 2015
Episode #4.221
Chef Cat Cora.
16 Sep. 2015
Episode #4.222
Musician Roger Waters.
17 Sep. 2015
Episode #4.223
Kunal Nayyar (The Big Bang Theory (2007)); Lynsi Torres, CEO of In-N-Out Burger.
19 Sep. 2015
Episode #4.225
Author Kelly Carlin-McCall, daughter of late comic George Carlin; musician David Gilmour; chef Amanda Cohen; singer/songwriter Glen Hansard performs. Also: a report on the best football towns in the U.S.
22 Sep. 2015
Episode #4.227
Author Elizabeth Gilbert; Jake McDorman (Limitless (2015)); Pope Francis's trip to the U.S. and Cuba.
23 Sep. 2015
Episode #4.228
Musician Don Henley; Pope Francis's trip to the U.S. and Cuba.
24 Sep. 2015
Episode #4.229
Anne Hathaway and director Nancy Meyers (The Intern (2015)); sportscaster Jim Nantz.
28 Sep. 2015
Episode #4.232
Author Ann Romney (book, "In This Together").
29 Sep. 2015
Episode #4.233
Director Ridley Scott (The Martian (2015)).
30 Sep. 2015
Episode #4.234
Musician/author John Fogerty (book, "Fortunate Son").
1 Oct. 2015
Episode #4.235
Ruth Wilson (The Affair (2014)); former professional football coach Bill Cowher.
2 Oct. 2015
Episode #4.236
Executive producer Morgan Freeman (Through the Wormhole (2010) and Madam Secretary (2014)).
3 Oct. 2015
Episode #4.237
Electric vehicles; sneakers; author Michael Riedel; chef Vivian Howard; Lianne La Havas performs.
5 Oct. 2015
Episode #4.238
Claire Danes (Homeland (2011)); astrophysicist Dr. Neil deGrasse Tyson; author Patrick Kennedy.
6 Oct. 2015
Episode #4.239
Consumer Reports senior projects editor Tod Marks; Patti Smith.
7 Oct. 2015
Episode #4.240
Author Alastair Campbell; musicians Maddie Marlow and Tae Dye.
8 Oct. 2015
Episode #4.241
Director Danny Boyle and producer Aaron Sorkin (Steve Jobs (2015)).
9 Oct. 2015
Episode #4.242
Singer/model Grace Jones.
10 Oct. 2015
Episode #4.243
A report on the political betting market; a visit with residents who lost their homes to fire in Middleton, California; a report on efforts to save the SS United States luxury liner; an interview with high-wire artist Philippe Petit. Also: Craig Finn performs.
12 Oct. 2015
Episode #4.244
The NFL's Tony Gonzalez; billionaire Charles G. Koch.
13 Oct. 2015
Episode #4.245
Journalist Bob Woodward (book, "The Last of the President's Men"); Ruth Wilson (The Affair (2014)); author Neil Strauss (book, "The Truth"); former Blue Bell Ice Cream employees.
14 Oct. 2015
Episode #4.246
Entrepreneur Oprah Winfrey.
16 Oct. 2015
Episode #4.248
Tom Selleck (Blue Bloods (2010)); Instagram co-founders Kevin Systrom and Mike Krieger.
17 Oct. 2015
Episode #4.249
An examination of intellectual property law and how it relates to sports highlights; a look back at a heroic Coast Guard rescue in 1952; a report on set locations for movies. Also: The Maccabees perform; chef Tiffani Faison prepares some favorite dishes.
19 Oct. 2015
Episode #4.250
Carey Mulligan (Suffragette (2015)); chefs Yotam Ottolenghi and Ramael Scully.
20 Oct. 2015
Episode #4.251
Author Chelsea Clinton; Usher Raymond; former NFL star Ray Lewis.
21 Oct. 2015
Episode #4.252
Author John Grisham.
22 Oct. 2015
Episode #4.253
Animal activist Tracy McShane Stewart and her husband, Jon Stewart; journalist Bryant Gumbel. Also: the results of BlackRock's annual Global Investor Survey are revealed.
24 Oct. 2015
Episode #4.255
A report on a cyber security firm; a look at the upcoming NBA season with basketball legend Dikembe Mutombo; a profile of the "Marlins Man", who sits behind home plate during baseball playoff games; a peek at the documentary, Sweet Micky for President (2015).
26 Oct. 2015
Episode #4.256
Melissa Benoist (Supergirl (2015)); Ohio State football coach/author Urban Meyer (book, "Above the Line").
27 Oct. 2015
Gov. Chris Christie/Ted Koppel/Darlene Love & Steven Van Zandt
2016 Republican presidential candidate Gov. Chris Christie (R-N.J.) and his wife, Mary Pat Christie; journalist Ted Koppel; singer Darlene Love and musician Steven Van Zandt.
28 Oct. 2015
Episode #4.258
Music producer Diplo.
30 Oct. 2015
Episode #4.260
Celebrating 1,000 episodes; comedian John Oliver (Last Week Tonight with John Oliver (2014)); YouTube star Felix Kjellberg (aka PewDiePie).
31 Oct. 2015
Episode #4.261
Stacy Schiff; Stephen Alvarez; David Spade; funeral homes who also hosts weddings; Ford Fry; EL VY.
2 Nov. 2015
Episode #4.262
Author Peggy Noonan (book, "The Time of Our Lives"); Allison Janney (Mom (2013)); Michael Nunez, Popular Science technology editor .
3 Nov. 2015
Episode #4.263
Author Jerry Rice.
4 Nov. 2015
Episode #4.264
Luisa Kroll shares Forbes' Most Powerful People list. Also: author Bridget Moynahan on Blue Bloods (2010) and her book, "Blue Bloods Cookbook".
5 Nov. 2015
Episode #4.265
Flickr co-founder Stewart Butterfield.
7 Nov. 2015
Episode #4.267
A look at the life of convicted arms dealer Viktor Bout, the subject of the documentary, The Notorious Mr. Bout (2014); a report on symphonies based on video games; a report on tattoo art. Also: Brandi Carlile performs.
9 Nov. 2015
Episode #4.268
Director and photographer Vincent Laforet.
11 Nov. 2015
Episode #4.270
Singer Tim McGraw.
13 Nov. 2015
Episode #4.272
Singer Judith Hill.
14 Nov. 2015
Episode #4.273
A report on the Veteran Medals program; a look at fact checking 2016 presidential candidates; a preview of upcoming movies; a visit to Franklin Barbecue in Austin, Texas. Also: Adam Conover of Adam Ruins Everything (2015). Hippo Campus perform.
16 Nov. 2015
Episode #4.274
Singer Kelly Clarkson.
17 Nov. 2015
Episode #4.275
Geneticist Jennifer Doudna; secrets of the CIA.
18 Nov. 2015
Episode #4.276
Fashion designer Tory Burch.
19 Nov. 2015
Episode #4.277
Music producer Jimmy Iovine and singer Mary J. Blige; Tod Marks, CNET senior projects editor.
20 Nov. 2015
Episode #4.278
Educator Sal Khan, founder of "Khan Academy".
21 Nov. 2015
Episode #4.279
A report on Black Friday sales; Jeff Lynne's ELO performs. Also: director Angelo Pizzo (My All American (2015)); actress and author Mary-Louise Parker (book, "Dear Mr. You"); chef Jacques Pepin.
23 Nov. 2015
Episode #4.280
Author Karl Rove, former Deputy Chief of Staff for President George W. Bush; Romy Newman and Georgene Huang, co-creators of Fairy Godboss.
24 Nov. 2015
Episode #4.281
Scientist Jennifer Doudna; author Jeanne Marie Laskas (book, "Concussion").
25 Nov. 2015
Episode #4.282
Brian Cornell, CEO of Target.
26 Nov. 2015
Episode #4.283
Kevin Frazier (Entertainment Tonight (1981)) and Keltie Knight (Omg! Insider (2004)), co-anchors of CBS' coverage of the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade.
27 Nov. 2015
Episode #4.284
Erik Davis, managing editor at Fandango and Movies.com; Tim Stevens, editor-at-large at CNET.

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