First aired in November, 1994, “Dialogue” originally featured call-ins with guests discussing national and local issues of importance to Idaho. Since 2012, the program has focused on conversations about the humanities and arts, including interviews with historians, authors and filmmakers.Visit Dialogue Website
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Marcia Franklin talks with David Miliband of the International Rescue Committee.
Marcia Franklin talks with Dr. Richard Jackson about the health effects of urban planning.
Justin Skeesuck and Patrick Gray talk with Marcia Franklin about their Camino trek.
Marcia Franklin talks with Al Larson and Matthew Podolsky about the film 'Bluebird Man.'
Marcia Franklin talks with author and Iraq War veteran Phil Klay.
Director, writer, and performance artist Miranda July discusses her life and work.
Marcia Franklin talks with cyclist & three-time Olympic gold medalist Kristin Armstrong.
Marcia Franklin talks with Eric Liu, the founder of Citizen University.
Marcia Franklin talks with S.C. Gwynne about his new book on Stonewall Jackson.
Marcia Franklin talks with Holocaust survivor Marion Blumenthal Lazan.
Marcia Franklin talks with author Claire Vaye Watkins about her essay "On Pandering."
Marcia Franklin talks with author Claire Vaye Watkins her interest in class & inequality.
Marcia Franklin continues her conversation with outdoor writer Michael Lanza.
Marcia Franklin talks with NewsHour correspondent Jeffrey Brown about his reporting.
Marcia Franklin talks with Harvard Professor Fredrik Logevall about teaching history.
Cecilia Violetta López and Sishel Claverlie sing at the Cathedral of the Rockies.
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