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Dialogue with Marcia Franklin

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For more than 25 years, Idaho Public Television host Marcia Franklin has recorded interviews with some of the world's most noted writers and thinkers for her series, "Dialogue."From historians to humorists, from politicians to pundits, from jurists to journalists, these illuminating "Conversations T… read more

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Welcome to the Podcast!

September 13th, 2020

1:30

Welcome to "Dialogue with Marcia Franklin." The podcast includes dozens of interviews that Marcia has conducted over the past 25 years with some of the most respected writers and thinkers in the world. Take a listen, …

Historian Doris Kearns Goodwin: Lessons from Lincoln

September 27th, 2020

28:56

Pulitzer Prize-winning historian Doris Kearns Goodwin talks about her book, Team of Rivals, which chronicles the sometimes fraught relationship …

Historian Annette Gordon-Reed: Sally Hemings of Monticello

October 4th, 2020

29:10

Host Marcia Franklin sits down with historian and law professor Annette Gordon-Reed about her book, The Hemingses of Monticello: An American Family. …

Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer: Active Liberty

October 11th, 2020

29:54

In his book, Active Liberty: Interpreting Our Democratic Constitution, U.S. Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer lays out his judicial philosophy, …

Investigative Journalist Jane Mayer: Dark Money

October 18th, 2020

29:09

Host Marcia Franklin talks with investigative journalist Jane Mayer, the author of Dark Money: The Hidden History of the Billionaires Behind the Rise of the Radical Right.

Mayer, a staff writer for The New Yorker, …

Writer Jon Meacham: Presidential Character

October 25th, 2020

28:53

In the lead-up to the November 2016 elections, Pulitzer Prize-winning author Jon Meacham joined Dialogue host Marcia Franklin to talk about …

Rep. John Lewis: Last of the Big Six

November 1st, 2020

45:52

Marcia Franklin talks with Rep. John Lewis (D-GA), the last of the so-called "Big Six" leaders of the African-American civil rights movement.

Don’t forget to subscribe, and visit the Dialogue website for more …

Writer Thomas Keneally: Telling Schindler’s Story

November 8th, 2020

28:56

Idaho Public Television host Marcia Franklin talks with award-winning Australian author Thomas Keneally about his novel Schindler's Ark, which was the basis for the Oscar-winning movie, Schindler's List. They …

Journalist Robert MacNeil: Becoming an American

November 15th, 2020

28:59

Idaho Public Television host Marcia Franklin talks with Robert MacNeil, the veteran journalist, author, and former co-host of the NewsHour on PBS. MacNeil, who was born in Canada, talks about becoming an American, how …

Author David Macaulay: Space, Structure, and Creativity

November 22nd, 2020

29:08

The recipient of the coveted Caldecott Medal, David Macaulay is the creator of children’s books that explain how architectural wonders such as …

Writer Firoozeh Dumas: Growing Up Iranian in America

November 29th, 2020

28:57

Firoozeh Dumas, the Iranian-born humorist and author of Funny in Farsi: A Memoir of Growing Up Iranian in America, talks with Marcia Franklin about growing up as an Iranian immigrant in California after the Iranian …

Author Thomas Cahill: The Hinges of Western History

December 6th, 2020

28:55

Idaho Public Television host Marcia Franklin talks with Thomas Cahill, the former director of religious publishing at Doubleday and the author of The …

Security Analyst Juliette Kayyem: Are We Safer Five Years After 9/11?

December 13th, 2020

29:24

After the 9/11 attacks, were Americans any safer five years later? Marcia Franklin asks that question of counterterrorism expert Juliette Kayyem, who …

Journalist Haynes Johnson: McCarthyism to Terrorism

December 20th, 2020

28:28

Idaho Public Television host Marcia Franklin interviews Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter Haynes Johnson about his nonfiction book, The Age of Anxiety: …

Journalist George Packer: Covering the War in Iraq

December 27th, 2020

28:13

Host Marcia Franklin talks with New Yorker writer George Packer, who has been to Iraq six times. Packer discusses his book on the subject, The Assassins’ Gate: America in Iraq, which the New York Times named one of the …

Journalist John Hockenberry: War Zones and Wheelchairs

January 3rd, 2021

29:24

Marcia Franklin talks with John Hockenberry, a longtime journalist who was the program director for the Sun Valley Writers’ Conference. They discuss his view on changes in the media world, as well as advances in …

Former Diplomat Shashi Tharoor: India in the Global Economy

January 10th, 2021

29:13

Marcia Franklin talks with Indian politician, author and former U.N. Under-Secretary-General Dr. Shashi Tharoor. They discuss his revealing look at …

Writer Ethan Watters: Found Families and Generational Change

January 17th, 2021

28:59

Writer Ethan Watters joins Marcia Franklin to discuss the themes in his book, Urban Tribes, which looks at the ways in which young, unmarried Americans create their own sense of family.

Ethan Watters has written about …

Journalist Gretchen Morgenson: The Roots of the Financial Crisis

January 24th, 2021

28:59

Host Marcia Franklin talks with Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Gretchen Morgenson, then a financial editor and columnist at the New York Times who …

Dr. Abraham Verghese: Literature and Medicine

January 31st, 2021

28:57

Host Marcia Franklin talks with Dr. Abraham Verghese, a professor at the Stanford School of Medicine and an author of both fiction and non-fiction …

Writer Philip Gourevitch: Unspeakable, Unthinkable, Unimaginable

February 7th, 2021

29:09

Host Marcia Franklin talks with author and New Yorker magazine writer Philip Gourevitch about the stories he's covered, including the 1994 genocide in Rwanda and the abuses at Abu Ghraib prison. The two discuss what …

Former Child Soldier Ishmael Beah: A Long Way Gone

February 14th, 2021

28:59

Host Marcia Franklin talks with former child soldier Ishmael Beah, whose bestselling book, A Long Way Gone, details his harrowing experiences in the …

Travel Writer Pico Iyer: Asking Questions of the World

February 21st, 2021

29:00

Host Marcia Franklin talks with author and world traveler Pico Iyer, whose books and essays about the far corners of the world explore not just the …

Former Diplomat Strobe Talbott: Global Governance and Climate Change

February 28th, 2021

29:02

Host Marcia Franklin talks with Strobe Talbott, a former journalist and diplomat who was the president of the Brookings Institution from 2002 to 2017. Talbott, who wrote for Time magazine for more than 20 years, has …

Historian David Kennedy: Lessons from the Great Depression

March 7th, 2021

29:00

Host Marcia Franklin talks with historian David Kennedy about Depression-era policies and whether they have parallels to the modern financial crisis.

Scholar Suzanne Maloney: The Arab Spring

March 14th, 2021

29:10

When a Tunisian street vendor set himself on fire in December 2010 to protest treatment by a police officer, he set off an unlikely chain of …

Author Colum McCann: Let the Great World Spin

March 21st, 2021

29:06

Marcia Franklin talks with Colum McCann, author of Let the Great World Spin. Called the "first great 9/11 novel" and winner of the 2009 National Book …

Author Kati Marton: Enemies of the People

March 28th, 2021

28:46

Marcia Franklin talks with author and former journalist Kati Marton. She describes the experience of researching her book Enemies of the People, which chronicles her effort to learn more about her parents. They …

Author Alexandra Fuller: On Writing Memoir

April 4th, 2021

29:11

Marcia Franklin talks with author Alexandra Fuller about her works, her life and her writing philosophy. Fuller was raised in Rhodesia (now …

Author Amy Waldman: Memorializing 9/11

April 11th, 2021

28:58

Amy Waldman, a former reporter for The New York Times, discusses her bestselling novel The Submission, which tells the fictional tale of Mohammad …

Author S.C. Gwynne: Empire of the Summer Moon

April 18th, 2021

28:59

S.C. "Sam" Gwynne is the author of Empire of the Summer Moon: Quanah Parker and the Rise and Fall of the Comanches, the Most Powerful Indian Tribe in …

Poet Naomi Shihab Nye: Making the Ordinary Extraordinary

April 25th, 2021

29:11

Known for elevating the “ordinary” with her keen observations, including life in Latino and Arab communities, Palestinian-American poet Naomi Shihab Nye is the author or editor of more than 30 works of poetry, fiction …

Journalist David Epstein: The Sports Gene

May 2nd, 2021

29:02

Marcia Franklin talks with David Epstein, an award-winning sports journalist and author of the bestselling book The Sports Gene. It delves into the …

Author Yiyun Li: Kinder than Solitude

May 9th, 2021

29:10

Marcia Franklin talks with author Yiyun Li about her works, including her recent novel, Kinder Than Solitude. Li, who came to the U.S. in 1996, …

Humorist Dave Barry: Idaho - A Whole Lotta Rocks!

May 16th, 2021

28:58

Pulitzer Prize-winning humorist Dave Barry hams it up with host Marcia Franklin at the 2014 Sun Valley Writers’ Conference. The two talk about …

Writer Lawrence Wright: Radical Islamic Terrorism

May 23rd, 2021

28:57

Dialogue host Marcia Franklin talks with New Yorker journalist and author Lawrence Wright, who won a Pulitzer for his book The Looming Tower. He …

Writer Mary Norris: Confessions of a Comma Queen

May 30th, 2021

29:12

Dialogue host Marcia Franklin talks with New Yorker editor Mary Norris about her book Between You and Me: Confessions of a Comma Queen. The two discuss grammar tips, some of her favorite writers to edit and what it's …

Writer Gretel Ehrlich: The Solace of Open Spaces

June 6th, 2021

28:57

Marcia Franklin talks with author Gretel Ehrlich about her works and passions. Perhaps best known for her memoirs about the American West, including

Author Richard Ford: Language, Love and Life in America

June 13th, 2021

29:11

Marcia Franklin talks with author Richard Ford, who won a Pulitzer Prize for Independence Day, a book in his Frank Bascombe series, and who was …

David Miliband: The World's Refugee Crisis

June 20th, 2021

29:11

Marcia Franklin talks with David Miliband, president of the International Rescue Committee, about the causes of the world's worst refugee crisis …

Author Dinaw Mengestu: Truth, Memory and What it Means to be an American

June 27th, 2021

29:11

Marcia Franklin talks with novelist Dinaw Mengestu about the themes of his books, which include All the Beautiful Things That Heaven Bears and All …

Journalist Jeffrey Brown: Finding a Voice as a Poet

July 4th, 2021

29:11

Marcia Franklin talks with PBS NewsHour Chief Arts Correspondent Jeffrey Brown about his book of poetry, The News. The poems reflect some of Brown’s thoughts and emotions about his profession and the stories he covers. …

David Benioff and D.B. Weiss: Creating "Game of Thrones," Part One

July 11th, 2021

29:09

In part one of her interview with David Benioff & D. B. Weiss, co-creators of the immensely popular “Game of Thrones” television series, Marcia …

David Benioff and D.B. Weiss: Creating "Game of Thrones," Part Two

July 18th, 2021

27:09

In part two of her interview with David Benioff & D.B. Weiss, co-creators of “Game of Thrones,” Marcia Franklin talks with the duo about the effect the program has had on Northern Ireland, where they film, the …

Journalist Walter Robinson: In the Spotlight

July 25th, 2021

29:09

Marcia Franklin talks with Walter Robinson, former editor of the Boston Globe's Spotlight team. The team won the 2003 Pulitzer Prize for Public …

Author Susan Casey: Voices in the Ocean

August 1st, 2021

29:09

Author and open-water devotee Susan Casey talks with Marcia Franklin about her book, Voices in the Ocean: A Journey into the Wild and Haunting World …

Author Claire Vaye Watkins: The Myth of the West

August 8th, 2021

29:09

Marcia Franklin talks with author Claire Vaye Watkins about the nexus between her life and her books, which include the novel Gold Fame Citrus and …

Author Jamaica Kincaid: The Garden of My Mind

August 15th, 2021

29:09

In a far-ranging discussion, Dialogue host Marcia Franklin talks with author Jamaica Kincaid about her life, her writing philosophy, gardening, Brexit, and race relations in America. Kincaid, who spoke at the 2016 Sun …

Journalist Louisa Thomas: First Lady Louisa Adams

August 22nd, 2021

29:09

Journalist Louisa Thomas talks about her book Louisa: The Extraordinary Life of Mrs. Adams, which examines the life and times of First Lady Louisa Catherine Adams, the wife of President John Quincy Adams and the first …

Playwright Ayad Akhtar: Our Tribal Identities

August 29th, 2021

29:09

Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Ayad Akhtar talks with Marcia Franklin about his trajectory from Milwaukee to Broadway, and the often controversial …

Falconer Helen Macdonald: Soaring above Grief

September 5th, 2021

29:09

Falconer and author Helen Macdonald shares how a goshawk helped her soar above grief and loss and discusses her new PBS Nature documentary. Her memoir, "H is for Hawk," recounts the year Macdonald spent training a …

Writer Andrew Solomon: The Secret We Share

September 12th, 2021

29:09

Author and professor Andrew Solomon relates how he went from being a bullied child suffering from depression to an award-winning journalist traveling …

Author Adam Johnson: The Meaning-Making Machine

September 19th, 2021

29:11

Author Adam Johnson, who has won both a Pulitzer Prize and the National Book Award for his works, talks with host Marcia Franklin about his writing …

Journalist Eliza Griswold: Amity and Prosperity

September 26th, 2021

29:34

Journalist and Pulitzer Prize-winning author Eliza Griswold talks with host Marcia Franklin about her book Amity and Prosperity, which investigates …

Journalist Steve Coll: Journalism Under Fire

October 3rd, 2021

29:03

Journalist Steve Coll talks with Marcia Franklin about his latest book, Directorate S, a follow-up to his Pulitzer Prize-winning book Ghost Wars. He …

Architect Jeanne Gang: Designing the Built Environment

October 10th, 2021

29:11

Marcia Franklin talks with renowned architect Jeanne Gang about her work and architectural philosophy. Gang, the founder of Studio Gang in Chicago, is known for her innovative use of materials and approach to …

Author Emily Ruskovich: Idaho as Inspiration

October 17th, 2021

28:59

Marcia Franklin talks with Emily Ruskovich, the author of Idaho: A Novel. In 2019, the novel won the Dublin Literary Award, worth more than $100,000. Ruskovich reflects on what it has been like to win the award. The two …

Historian Joanne Freeman: The Past as Present

October 24th, 2021

29:25

Marcia Franklin talks with Yale Professor of History Joanne Freeman about her book The Field of Blood. In it, Freeman illustrates how the U.S. …

Author Stacy Schiff: The Legacy of the Salem Witch Trials

October 31st, 2021

29:12

Marcia Franklin talks with Pulitzer Prize–winning author Stacy Schiff about her latest work, The Witches. The book examines the Salem Witch Trials of …

Author Brando Skyhorse: The Shifting Faces of Personal Identity

November 7th, 2021

29:09

Marcia Franklin talks with author Brando Skyhorse about his life and works, focusing on his memoir, Take This Man. In the book, Skyhorse writes about what it was like to grow up thinking he was Native American and then …

Writer Barry Lopez: The Horizon of Life, Part One

November 14th, 2021

29:10

Marcia Franklin talks with National Book Award-winning author and world traveler Barry Lopez about his philosophy of writing and his penultimate …

Writer Barry Lopez: The Horizon of Life, Part Two

November 21st, 2021

29:10

More of Marcia Franklin’s 2019 conversation with National Book Award-winning author and world traveler Barry Lopez about his life, his philosophy of writing and his new memoir, Horizon.

In December 2020, the Sun Valley …

Author Daniel James Brown: Facing the Mountain

December 5th, 2021

29:40

Daniel James Brown, the best-selling author of “The Boys in the Boat,” talks about his newest book, “Facing the Mountain,” which honors the 442nd Regimental Combat Team, a segregated unit of Japanese-Americans who …

Public Historian Tom Ikeda: Public History, Hidden Stories

December 12th, 2021

29:40

Tom Ikeda, who provided critical research for Daniel James Brown’s book “Facing the Mountain,” discusses his Seattle-based non-profit, Densho. It preserves the stories of Americans of Japanese descent during World War …

Author Catherine Grace Katz: The Daughters of Yalta

December 19th, 2021

29:40

Catherine Grace Katz talks with host Marcia Franklin about “The Daughters of Yalta,” her first book. In it, she illuminates the contributions that Anna Roosevelt, Sarah Churchill and Kathleen Harriman made during the …

Author Sarah Broom: The Yellow House

December 26th, 2021

29:40

Sarah Broom unpacks her National Book Award-winning memoir, “The Yellow House,” which chronicles the devastating effects that decades of neglect and bureaucratic amnesia have had on her childhood neighborhood of New …

Author Susan Orlean: True Story

January 2nd, 2022

29:40

Longtime New Yorker writer and author Susan Orlean rounds out the month with a lively chat with Franklin about her writing style and her work, including hundreds of magazine articles, “The Library Book,” and an …

Novelist Tayari Jones: An American Marriage

January 9th, 2022

29:40

Novelist Tayari Jones describes the process of writing “An American Marriage,” a novel that chronicles the trajectory of a marriage when one of the …

Rep. John Lewis: Last of the Big Six

January 16th, 2022

45:52

Marcia Franklin talks with Rep. John Lewis (D-GA), the last of the so-called "Big Six" leaders of the African-American civil rights movement.

Don’t forget to subscribe, and visit the Dialogue website for more …

Marion Blumenthal Lazan: Remembering the Holocaust

January 23rd, 2022

29:00

Host Marcia Franklin talks with Holocaust survivor Marion Blumenthal Lazan about her experiences in several concentration camps, including …

Marion Blumenthal Lazan: Dialogue Extra

January 23rd, 2022

11:21

In this extra segment, host Marcia Franklin continues her discussion with Holocaust survivor Marion Blumenthal Lazan, focusing on the changes that …

Author Richard Russo: Elsewhere, A Memoir

January 30th, 2022

29:27

Marcia Franklin talks with Pulitzer-Prize winning novelist Richard Russo about his book, Elsewhere: A Memoir. The book describes the complicated …

Journalist Isabel Wilkerson: The Warmth of Other Suns

February 6th, 2022

29:15

Marcia Franklin interviews Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Isabel Wilkerson about her book, The Warmth of Other Suns. The work, about the Great …

Novelist Lois Leveen: A Spy in the Confederate White House

February 13th, 2022

28:30

Dialogue host Marcia Franklin talks with historical novelist Lois Leveen about two of her works: The Secrets of Mary Bowser, about a former slave who …

Historian Annette Gordon-Reed: Sally Hemings of Monticello

February 20th, 2022

29:10

Host Marcia Franklin sits down with historian and law professor Annette Gordon-Reed about her book, The Hemingses of Monticello: An American Family. …

Author Dinaw Mengestu: Truth, Memory and What it Means to be an American

February 27th, 2022

29:11

Marcia Franklin talks with novelist Dinaw Mengestu about the themes of his books, which include All the Beautiful Things That Heaven Bears and All …

Historian Laurel Thatcher Ulrich: Well-Behaved Women Seldom Make History

April 3rd, 2022

26:58

Host Marcia Franklin talks with Pulitzer Prize-winning historian and Idaho native Laurel Thatcher Ulrich about her latest book, "Well-Behaved Women …

Writer Anna Quindlen: Us Versus Them

April 10th, 2022

29:04

Host Marcia Franklin talks with bestselling author and Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist Anna Quindlen. The two discuss the political and cultural …

Director Miranda July: Me and You and Everyone We Know

April 17th, 2022

29:10

Director, writer and performance artist Miranda July talks with host Marcia Franklin about her life and work. The conversation was filmed at the …

Journalist Jill Dougherty: Decoding Putin

April 24th, 2022

29:05

As Russia’s dominance on the international stage increases, along with its presence in the American presidential election, Dialogue host Marcia Franklin talks with journalist Jill Dougherty about Russian President …

Judge Joan Donoghue: The World Court

May 1st, 2022

29:10

Marcia Franklin talks with Judge Joan E. Donoghue of the International Court of Justice, also known as the World Court. Donoghue is the first female American judge to sit on the court, which is in The Hague, …

Author Alyssa Harad: Coming to My Senses

May 8th, 2022

28:54

Idaho native and author Alyssa Harad talks with Marcia Franklin about her first book, Coming to My Senses, which chronicles her surprise at discovering how the power of perfume helped her grow personally as both a …

Author Frank McCourt: Teacher Man

May 15th, 2022

28:59

 

Marcia Franklin talks with Pulitzer Prize-winning author Frank McCourt about storytelling and the power of memory. (Note: McCourt died July …

Professor Eric Rasmussen: Shakespeare's First Folio

May 22nd, 2022

29:06

 

As part of the events in 2016 surrounding the 400th anniversary of William Shakespeare’s death, Dialogue host Marcia Franklin talks with Professor Eric Rasmussen of the University of Nevada, Reno. Rasmussen, the …

Sister Helen Prejean: The Death Penalty

May 29th, 2022

29:16

 

Marcia Franklin talks with leading death penalty opponent Sister Helen Prejean, C.S.J. about her views, as well as the success of the book and film about her life, 'Dead Man Walking.' The two also discuss the …

Poet Richard Blanco: How to Love a Country

June 5th, 2022

29:12

 

Marcia Franklin talks with poet Richard Blanco, the first LatinX and gay inaugural poet. Blanco wrote a poem for President Obama's second inaugural and read it at the ceremony. He discusses the process of writing …

Historian Fredrik Logevall: Embers of War

June 12th, 2022

29:13

 

Marcia Franklin talks with Pulitzer Prize-winning historian and author Fredrik Logevall, Ph.D.
about the antecedents to the Vietnam War.

Playwright Samuel Hunter, Part One: Finding Yourself as an Artist

June 19th, 2022

29:14

 

He's only 34, but has already won some of the most prestigious awards for creativity in the country. On this episode of Dialogue, Marcia Franklin interviews playwright and Moscow, ID native Samuel Hunter. Hunter …

Playwright Samuel Hunter, Part Two: The Creative Process

June 26th, 2022

28:57

 

Host Marcia Franklin continues her conversation with Idaho-born playwright Samuel Hunter, focusing on the craft of playwriting, some of the actors he admires, and a new project he's working on that's not for the …

Author Eric Liu: Citizen Power

July 3rd, 2022

29:04

As the United States heads for what portends to be a raucous convention season, Dialogue host Marcia Franklin talks with Eric Liu, the founder of Citizen University in Seattle, about whether it’s even possible in …

Author Kirk Wallace Johnson: The Feather Thief

July 10th, 2022

29:13

Marcia Franklin talks with author Kirk Wallace Johnson about his book The Feather Thief: Beauty, Obsession, and the Natural History Heist of the Century. The book details Johnson’s investigation into a major theft …

Author Pete Fromm: A Job You Mostly Won't Know How to Do

July 17th, 2022

27:01

Montana author Pete Fromm joins host Marcia Franklin to talk about his latest book, "A Job You Mostly Won’t Know How to Do." The novel tells the story of a young man who has to raise his child when his wife dies …

Reporter Michael Ames, American Cipher: Bowe Bergdahl

July 24th, 2022

29:04

Host Marcia Franklin interviews Michael Ames, the co-author of "American Cipher: Bowe Bergdahl and the U.S. Tragedy in Afghanistan." Ames, a former reporter for the Idaho Mountain Express and Sun Valley Magazine, …

Columnist Nicholas Kristof: Helping People is Harder than it Looks

July 31st, 2022

29:27

Host Marcia Franklin talks with Pulitzer Prize-winning New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof. Kristof was in Boise in October, 2018 to …

Author Kurt Koontz: Walking 'The Way'

August 7th, 2022

29:12

Marcia Franklin talks with Boise resident Kurt Koontz about his book, "A Million Steps," which chronicles his journey along the Camino de …

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