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Since 1994, 'Dialogue' on Idaho Public Television has aired interviews with more than 150 authors. This collection coalesces all those conversations. Listen to Pulitzer Prize winners discuss their work, including Doris Kearns Goodwin, Anthony Doerr, Laurel Thatcher Ulrich, Frank McCourt, Annette Gordon-Reed and David Halberstam, as well as journalists, poets, playwrights and screenwriters.
Creating 'Game of Thrones,' Part One
Marcia Franklin talks with David Benioff & D.B. Weiss, the creators of "Game of Thrones."
S2016 Ep18 | 28m 49s
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Novelist Dinaw Mengestu
Marcia Franklin talks with novelist Dinaw Mengestu about his works.
S2015 Ep20 | 28m 52s
'Comma Queen' Mary Norris
Marcia Franklin talks with New Yorker editor Mary Norris about her book.
S2015 Ep19 | 28m 51s
Playwright Samuel Hunter, Part One
Marcia Franklin interviews playwright Samuel Hunter.
S2015 Ep13 | 28m 53s
Author Lawrence Wright
Marcia Franklin talks with journalist and author Lawrence Wright.
S2015 Ep9 | 28m 53s
How to Enjoy the Big Outside
Marcia Franklin continues her conversation with outdoor writer Michael Lanza.
S2015 Ep8 | 28m 51s
The Big Outside: Michael Lanza
Marcia Franklin talks with outdoor writer Michael Lanza.
S2015 Ep7 | 28m 47s
Author Phil Klay
Marcia Franklin talks with author and Iraq War veteran Phil Klay.
S2015 Ep6 | 28m 48s
Author Lois Leveen
Marcia Franklin talks with Lois Leveen about her historical novels.
S2015 Ep2 | 28m 20s
Good Winter Reading 2015
Marcia Franklin talks with her guests about good winter reading.
S2015 Ep1 | 28m 50s
Author Kevin Powers
Franklin interviews author and veteran Kevin Powers about The Yellow Birds.
S2014 Ep10 | 28m 48s
Author Yiyun Li
Marcia Franklin talks with Chinese-American author Yiyun Li about her works.
S2014 Ep9 | 28m 52s
Walking 'The Way' with Kurt Koontz
Marcia Franklin talks with Kurt Koontz about his book, A Million Steps.
S2014 Ep3 | 28m 47s
Author Anthony Doerr
Marcia Franklin talks with Anthony Doerr about his new novel, All the Light We Cannot See.
S2014 Ep2 | 28m 47s
"I Am Adam Lanza's Mother"
Marcia Franklin talks with Liza Long, the author of "I Am Adam Lanza's Mother."
S2013 Ep21 | 28m 46s
FRONTLINE's Michael Kirk
Marcia Franklin talks with FRONTLINE producer Michael Kirk.
S2013 Ep17 | 28m 47s
Preserving Public Memory
Marcia talks with Brent Glass, former director of the Nat’l Museum of American History.
S2013 Ep14 | 28m 46s
Historian Nathaniel Philbrick
Marcia Franklin talks with historian Nathaniel Philbrick about his works.
S2013 Ep12 | 28m 47s
Marcia Franklin talks with Tim Egan about his book on the Dust Bowl.
S2012 Ep34 | 26m 46s
Marcia Franklin talks with author Amy Waldman.
S2012 Ep28 | 28m 46s
Marcia Franklin talks with author Alexandra Fuller.
S2012 Ep27 | 28m 46s
Good Summer Reading 2012
Marcia Franklin talks with authors Tim Cahill and Kim Barnes.
S2012 Ep22 | 28m 47s
Author James McPherson
A conversation with Civil War Historian James McPherson
S2011 Ep33 | 28m 48s
Historian Douglas Brinkley
Marcia Franklin talks with historian Douglas Brinkley about his works.
S2010 Ep42 | 28m 45s