The Vast Playground of Rosanne Cash
Upon the release of Rosanne Cash’s memoir, Composed,the musician joins wOw writer Christine Hohlbaum for a frank conversation about her songwriting beginnings, her life as an ex-pat, her influences and more. Rosanne also reveals that, though she has excelled at the noble profession of songwriting, she never gave up her love of prose, which is, in part, what led to the writing of her memoir. Rosanne also talks about navigating a 24-hour world as a recording artist in a digital age while maintaining her "vast playground."
Barry Petersen on a Love Lost to Alzheimer's
The CBS colleagues and friends explore the disease, from early onset … to moving on.
In this exclusive audio interview, Lesley Stahl is joined by CBS’s Emmy Award-winning news correspondent, Barry Petersen, to discuss his new book, Jan’s Story: Love Lost to the Long Goodbye of Alzheimer’s, which recounts his wife’s early onset Alzheimer’s diagnosis.
Tara Parker-Pope's Inconvenient Truth About Sex and Marriage
New York Times health expert Tara Parker-Pope sits down with wOw’s Lesley to talk about the scent of selection, why opposites really do attract, the mating dance of humans and more
'Mad Man' Bryan Batt on His 'Momoir'
In This Week's Episode Hosted by Julia Reed
The actor and author, Bryan Batt, talks about his new memoir, She Ain't Heavy, She's My Mother: A Memoir, his career and more.
Deepak Chopra, Debbie Ford and Marianne Williamson on The Shadow Effect
In This Week's Episode Hosted by Christine Hohlbaum
New York Times #1 bestselling book author and filmmaker, Debbie Ford, is the birth mother of the Shadow Process, a method by which you engage in self-exploration about what’s stopping you and why. In our chat, she reveals the most surprising positive aspect of the shadow that I never thought possible
A powerhouse New York Times bestselling author of over fifty-five books, Deepak Chopra illuminates the teachings of Eastern philosophy for the Western World. He offers a simple method to find wholeness in our separated world of light and dark. In our discussion, he also speaks candidly about his own shadow that nearly brought him down.
Marianne Williamson is an internationally acclaimed lecturer, author and spiritual teacher. She is an electrifying speaker and passionate advocate of humanity. Learn why love is all there is, despite our dark side, and how she sees that evil is generated in our minds
Peter Martins and the Architecture of Dance
In This Week's Episode Hosted by Lesley Stahl
As the New York City Ballet kicks off a new season, its vaunted artistic director, Peter Martins, talks with wOw about creating something from nothing, George Balanchine and the future of dance.