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Charles Barkley's life on and off the court
Timothy Bella, a staff writer and editor for the Washington Post, joins CBS News' Vladimir Duthiers to discuss his new book "Barkley: A Biography." Bella explores Charles Barkley's early childhood, storied NBA career, and role as a provocative voice in American culture.
Puerto Rican artist iLe on the power of music to bring change
Grammy winning singer, composer and vocalist Ileana Mercedes Cabra Joglar, better known as iLe, joins CBS News Lilia Luciano to discuss how she is using music to express the frustration of the marginalized. iLe, who began her musical career as a teenager alongside her brothers in the group Calle 13, talks about the evolution of reggaeton and music originating from Puerto Rico. She explains the inspiration behind her latest album "Nacarile," which was worked on during the pandemic.
Crafting a Third Act
Josh Sapan, executive vice chairman of AMC Networks, joins CBS News' Errol Barnett to discuss his new book: "The Third Act: Reinventing Your Next Chapter." Sapan shares the stories of people who are redefining conventional retirement and living their most productive and thrilling new chapters later in life.
Navigating the post-pandemic workplace
From combatting burnout to working remotely, workplace expert and author Anne Helen Petersen shares tips for navigating the modern work environment with CBS News' Errol Barnett. Petersen is the host of Crooked Media's new podcast, "Work Appropriate."
Author Daniel Pink on embracing "regret"
New York Times bestselling author Daniel Pink joins CBS News' Elaine Quijano to discuss his book "The Power of Regret." He says regret can make us better and is a very human emotion. Pink shares what he discovered after surveying more than 16,000 people from 105 countries, including the most common type of regret.
Great interview with Sacha Baron Cohen
Very inspiring to hear what he went through to make those movies.
I am disappointed that you have added this segment to your otherwise excellent show. You are becoming another “Today Show “:
Please remove this segment. What’s next how to tell if your bra fits?
Putting the Coronavirus Pandemic in Historical Context
Excellent thoughts on the pandemic. The Douglas Brinkley is obviously white and privileged. Otherwise, he would not think the children out of school are doing fine learning through the internet. Not all have good internet. Another utility that should be available for everyone, just like water and electricity.