Diane talks with Ruth Marcus, editor at the Washington Post. Her new book is "Supreme Ambition: Brett Kavanaugh and the Conservative Takeover."
In his last book David Rothenberg explored why birds sing. Now he examines the mystery of whale songs. He travels the world to study and play duets with the world’s largest mammals.
- David Rothenberg Philosopher, musician, and author of "Why Birds Sing,""Sudden Music," "Hands End," and "Always the Mountains."
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From Diane's archives: A 2002 interview with Fred Rogers, and a 2017 interview with Tom Hanks, the actor who masterfully brings him to life in the new film, "A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood"