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Season 40

3 Sep. 2017
Episode #40.1
Hurricane Harvey aftermath; disaster response tips; unusual art exhibits; Warroad, Minn.; singer Debbie Harry; actor Alec Baldwin (The Private Life of a Modern Woman (2017)); Black Panther Party co-founder Bobby Seale.
 
1 Oct. 2017
Episode #40.2
The challenges of finding skilled laborers to help rebuild following hurricanes Harvey and Irma; actor Bill Murray (Isle of Dogs (2018)); the work of artist Piet Mondrian; author Dan Brown; actress Sofía Vergara (Modern Family (2009)); Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
 
8 Oct. 2017
Episode #40.3
Businesswoman/author Ivana Trump (book, "Raising Trump"); a man who makes globes by hand; singer Pink; the life and career of singer Tom Petty; actor Andrew Garfield (Breathe (2017)).
 
15 Oct. 2017
Episode #40.4
Author Walter Isaacson talks about Leonardo Da Vinci; author Tom Hanks (book, "Uncommon Type"); TV host Jimmy Kimmel (Jimmy Kimmel Live! (2003)); artist Ai Weiwei; musician Harry Styles (One Direction); TV anchor Gretchen Carlson (book, "Be Fierce").
 
22 Oct. 2017
Episode #40.5
Cloud information storage; singer Darius Rucker; the famous shower scene in the movie, Psycho (1960); tennis player Maria Sharapova; a remote national park in Alaska, where people can hunt caribou; TV anchors Mika Brzezinski and Joe Scarborough (Morning Joe (2007)).
 
29 Oct. 2017
Episode #40.6
The magic business; a cemetery tour in Savannah, Georgia; singer/songwriter Miley Cyrus; Caitlin Doughty, an unusual undertaker; the 50th anniversary of Charles Kuralt's "On the Road"; actor Michael J. Fox; Joan Rivers' legacy; director John Carpenter.
 
5 Nov. 2017
Episode #40.7
Rolling Stone founder Jann Wenner; singer/songwriter Art Garfunkel; author Ta-Nehisi Coates; actor/director Kenneth Branagh (Murder on the Orient Express (2017)); a Rolex wristwatch, once owned by Paul Newman, sells for $17 million; 15-year-old Gabe Fleisher publishes a political newsletter; the legacy of the 747 jet airliner.
 
12 Nov. 2017
Episode #40.8
Musicians Faith Hill and Tim McGraw; editor Tina Brown; "Hamilton" creator Lin-Manuel Miranda visits hurricane-ravaged Puerto Rico; former Maryland inmates who spent decades in prison, due to a law that was overturned in 2012; cartoonist George Booth; a look back at Casablanca (1942) on its 75th anniversary; a visit to Rooster Soup.
 
19 Nov. 2017
Eat, Drink and Be Merry - 2017
A food-themed edition. Included: TV hosts Martha Stewart and Snoop Dogg (Martha & Snoop's Potluck Dinner Party (2016)); schools helping to feed hungry kids; food that fits in a doll house; the "instant pot"; Britain's Black Swan pub, voted best restaurant in the world; rolled ice cream; waitress and chef uniforms; the history of ketchup; food trends; Lunchbox Museum.
 
3 Dec. 2017
Episode #40.11
World War II sailor Joe George is recognized as a hero; dancer/choreographer/actress Carmen De Lavallade; model Ashley Graham; philanthropist Warren Buffett; word of the year predictions; exotic Turkish desserts.
 
10 Dec. 2017
Episode #40.12
A rehab program for airline pilots with substance abuse problems; comic Judd Apatow; rapper Logic; a Michaelangelo drawings exhibit; 20th anniversary of "The Lion King"; the first female to play Tiny Tim in a production of "A Christmas Carol".
 
17 Dec. 2017
Episode #40.13
"Must-have" Christmas toys; gift suggestions for the technology lover; actor Christoph Waltz ("Downsizing"); singer/songwriter Michael McDonald; Christmas celebration in Madrid, N.M.; White House Christmas ornaments; U.S. Senator-elect Doug Jones (D-Ala);
 
24 Dec. 2017
Episode #40.14
How a simple act of kindness can have life-changing impact; restaurant server uniforms; actress Donna Reed; a London company that makes pointe shoes; Branson, Missouri; singer Petula Clark; Christmas sing-along;
 
31 Dec. 2017
New Year's Day
The lives and accomplishments of people who passed away in 2017; events that happened in 2017, and how they may impact 2018; an interview with actor James Franco; a vodka made with fog captured from the California sky (Newsmagazine).
 
7 Jan. 2018
Episode #40.16
Legalizing marijuana; the paintings of Johannes Vermeer; the history of the iconic Barbour coat; director Greta Gerwig (Lady Bird (2017)); actor John Lithgow (The Crown (2016) and Pitch Perfect 3 (2017)); chef Vivian Howard;
 
14 Jan. 2018
Episode #40.17
Oprah Winfrey talks with a group of Hollywood stars about the Time's Up campaign. Also: actress Sharon Stone; the practice of gerrymandering for political gain; crime scene dioramas from the 1940s used as training tools for solving murders; Wake Island; exercise gizmos advertised on TV. (Newsmagazine).
 
21 Jan. 2018
War of Words/We Kid You Not/On Display: Beyond the Walls/In the Bag/Lunch Date
The rise of political correctness on college campuses; a controversial exhibit of art created by prisoners; naturalist Sir David Attenborough; goat yoga; actor Jordan Peele (Big Mouth (2017) and Abruptio (2019)); actress Jane Birkin (Poet of Sound and Image);
 
28 Jan. 2018
Living Image/Ed Sheeran/Pop Stars/1968/Legends/Meet Marilyn Maye
New hologram technology that allows deceased singers to perform at concerts with live musicians; the careers of Neil Diamond and Elton John, both of whom announced they are retiring; origin of the wood used in the world's finest violins; singer/songwriter Ed Sheeran; cabaret singer Marilyn Maye; the science and art of bubbles; a look back at 1968.
 
4 Feb. 2018
Be Prepared/The Envelope Please/A Matter of Interest/Woof!/Rex Reed
Behind the scenes of the Puppy Bowl; Boy Scouts organization; film critic Rex Reed; a football player who continues to play despite being paralyzed from the waist down; Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen; artist Anselm Kiefer.
 
11 Feb. 2018
Good Work/Sweet Success/Stand-Up Guy/Working It Out/The Envelope Please/For the Record: The O'Jays/Lincoln Slept Here
On February 11, 2005, physicist and engineer Samuel Alderson, who developed the very first anthropomorphic test device for auto safety testing, died at age 90. Jane Pauley reports.
 
18 Feb. 2018
Cheating Hearts/On Broadway/A Moveable Feast/The Envelope Please: Willem Dafoe
Actor Willem Dafoe (The Florida Project (2017), Murder on the Orient Express (2017) and At Eternity's Gate (2018)); singer/songwriter Jimmy Buffett; actor Edward Asner; artist Amy Sherald, who painted former First Lady Michelle Obama's official portrait. Also: a report on why mates stray; the legacy of President Andrew Johnson; a tour of tapas restaurants in Madrid, Spain (Newsmagazine).
 
25 Feb. 2018
Who's to Blame?/1968/The Envelope Please's Mary J Blige/Recipe for Success
America's growing opioid epidemic; actress Mary J. Blige; restaurant Eleven Madison Park; artist John Derian; The Beatles pioneering album, "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band"; comic Jim Gaffigan (Jim Gaffigan: Noble Ape (2018)).
 
4 Mar. 2018
Oscars Edition
The effect of accusations and allegations on a person's legacy; the website Rotten Tomatoes; looking at Elizabeth Taylor's archive with one of her grandchildren; actor Jared Leto; the inventor of Steadicam; actress Glenda Jackson; the Newman family, who have received more Oscar nominations than any other;
 
11 Mar. 2018
Borrowed Time/Legends: Joan Baez/A Sunday Drive/1968
A woman's battle against breast cancer; actor RuPaul; Brazilian artist Tarslia do Amaral; producer Peter Lassally; singer Joan Baez; Colorado's Bladpate Inn's key collection; the 1968 New Hemsphire primary.
 
18 Mar. 2018
Mind Matters
Actress Glenn Close; jazz musician Wynton Marsalis; author Walter Issacson; Jennifer Doudna, who co-discovered the technique for editing genes known as CRISPR; geniuses through history; extra sensory perception; animal intelligence.
 
25 Mar. 2018
Signing Off/Go Fly a Kite/Sean Penn/Last of his Kind
March for Our Lives coverage; actor Sean Penn ("The Professor and the Mad Man"); radio host Don Imus; the work of artist Takashi Murakami; former President Jimmy Carter; the final days of the male Northern White Rhino; kite flying; comic Jim Gaffigan;
 
1 Apr. 2018
Brain Drain/In Harmony/True Colors/Co-Stars/The Perfect Touch/Testimony
The effect of technology on brains; "Frozen" songwriters; author Ernest Cline (Ready Player One (2018)); stained glass windows; actor John Krasinki and actress Emily Blunt (A Quiet Place (2018)); exhibit about the trial of Nazi colonel Adolf Eichmann; National Urban League President Marc Morial.
 
8 Apr. 2018
A Better Way?/On Broadway: Tina Fey/Island Hopping/Going Home
A free, easy way to do taxes; actress Tina Fey; Rep. Joe Kennedy III (D-Mass.); songwriter Bernie Taupin; a woman who honors her late husband by posting his photos online; actor Antonio Babderas; Faroe Islands; Barbara Streisand's cloned dog.
 
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5 Nov. 2017
November 5th, 2017
Willing Stone founder Jann Wenner; singer Art Garfunkel; author Ta-Nehisi Coates; actor-director Kenneth Branagh; 15-year-old Gabe Fleisher, who publishes a political newsletter. Also: the legacy of the 747 airplanes. (Newsmagazine).
 

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