Kevin has been nominated for an Emmy and has renovated his own Victorian house, but his greatest challenge and accomplishment is being a father. In the new Kids Media Matters feature, Kevin talks about raising young children in a crowded media world.
Maria Hinojosa interviews Her Majesty Queen Noor of Jordan.
Over the years, 89.7 WGBH jazz host Eric Jackson has spoken to many of the great jazz masters of our times. Listen to our archive of jazz conversations.
CRITICAL MASS: ADAM REILLY ON POLITICS
Greater Boston's Adam Reilly sits down with 5th Congressional District GOP candidate Jon Golnik.
The Emily Rooney Show
World-famous author Salman Rushdie discussed parenthood, Harry Potter and his new novel, Luka and the Fire of Life with WGBH's Emily Rooney.
Hear Bach's masterpiece for the Christmas season.
PIONEERS OF TELEVISION
Sitcoms are featured, including I Love Lucy, Make Room for Daddy, The Honeymooners, and The Dick Van Dyke Show. Actors Joyce Randolph, Marlo Thomas, Andy Griffith, Mary Tyler Moore, and Dick Van Dyke reminisce.
On-demand at Classical New England
Maria Hinojosa: One-On-One
For the French, seduction isn't simply a question of sex. It's a mindset that transcends sexual conquest, relating to how one approaches one's life as a whole experience. Elaine Sciolino, Paris correspondent and former Paris bureau chief for The New York Times, offers a few tips for joie de vivre in her new book, La Seduction: How the French Play the Game of Life.
Part two of an interview with Elaine Sciolino, author of La Seduction: How the French Play the Game of Life.
El Camino de Santiago is a path for pilgrims which stretches more than 500 miles from France to Spain. It's arduous and emotional especially as depicted in the new film The Way which receives a very intimate treatment via a collaboration between father and son Martin Sheen and Emilio Estevez.
In his annual Thanksgiving visit to Emily Rooney's set, Boston mayor Tom Menino said he won't be the first to kick Occupiers out of Dewey Square but the movement's time may be running out. Also: a new project at the Filene's site in six months?
FROM THE VAULT
The Beach Boys may have surpassed Quincy-born Dick Dale in popularity, but he owns the title "King of the Surf Guitar." Learn why in this WGBH Archives video interview from the award-winning series "Rock & Roll."
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