Tina Brown, the legendary editor (Vanity Fair, The New Yorker, The Daily Beast) and best-selling author talks with actors, politicians, journalists, and the newsmakers of tomorrow’s social debates. Discover what to read, what to watch, and how to stay smart in today's fast-moving times.
Ece Temelkuran on How to Save Democracy
Turkish firebrand Ece Temelkuran, author of the new book How to Lose a Country, talks with Tina about what the rest of the world can learn from the fall of democracy in her homeland, why she refuses to be a victim, and why the future is female.
Bruna Papandrea with More Big Little Lies
Bruna Papandrea, the powerhouse producer behind Big Little Lies, talks with Tina about the can’t-stream-it-soon-enough premiere of season two, including how the new episodes depict the corrosiveness of lies, the spiral of bad parenting inside those drool-worthy Monterrey beach houses, and the cool creepiness of a new character played by the almighty Meryl Streep.
Ian Schrager: From the King of Clubs to the Ace of Hotels
The co-founder of the iconic Studio 54 talks with Tina about the magic he conjured at that legendary nightclub, how he built a global hotel empire—and why he always returns to Times Square.
Adam Gopnik Wants to Make Liberalism Great Again!
The acclaimed New Yorker writer talks with Tina about his new book A Thousand
Small Sanities, what both the right and the left get wrong about liberalism and why people who spit on the plate of civility might not deserve a seat at the table.
Andrew Gillum: Rising Democratic Star
Andrew Gillum, who missed making history as Florida’s first black governor in 2018 by less than half a percentage point, spoke with Tina about why, instead of running for office in 2020, he is focused on registering a million voters to help turn Florida blue and put a Democrat in the White House.
Phoebe Robinson: Comedy's New Queen
Comedian, beloved podcaster, and New York Times best-selling author Phoebe Robinson joins Tina to talk about her new tour, Sorry, Harriet Tubman; her latest book, Everything’s Trash but that’s Okay; and why Louis CK still has a lot of work to do before he should return to the stage.