Bob Deans, director of strategic engagement for the Natural Resources Defense Council, talks with hosts Llewellyn King and Linda Gasparello about the drought in the West and the Biden agenda in the run-up to the November climate summit in Scotland.
Frederick Starr, an expert on Central Asia and the co-founder of the Louisiana Repertory Jazz Ensemble, talks with hosts Llewellyn King and Linda Gasparello about his restoration of a 1826 Creole-style plantation house in New Orleans, and reviving pre-1930s jazz.
Frederick Starr, chairman of the Central-Asia Caucasus Institute of the American Foreign Policy Council, discusses the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan and the increased regional cooperation among Central Asian states with hosts Llewellyn King and Linda Gasparello.
Llewellyn King travels to Haverhill, Mass., where he and Frank Romano, president of the Museum of Printing, talk about American newspaper printing, from hot type and its culture to the arrival of computers.
Llewellyn King talks about the megadought in the West and how autonomous technology can aid electric grid resilience with guests Tom Kuhn, president of the Edison Electric Institute and Jeffrey DeCoux, chairman of the Autonomy Institute.
Two tech savants join Llewellyn King to discuss the main drivers of the Biden administration’s infrastructure buildout.
Llewellyn King discusses nuclear energy’s save-the-world moment with Brian Keane, President of SmartPower; Lindsey Walter, Deputy Director of the Climate and Energy Program at Third Way; and John Kotek, Vice President of Policy and Public Affairs at the Nuclear Energy Institute.
Llewellyn King discusses the hurdles for innovative drug development at small biotech companies with Linda Marbán, CEO of Capricor Therapeutics and Angelos Stergiou, MD, President and CEO, SELLAS Life Sciences Group, Inc.
Our lives are being rocked by cyber disruptions, like the one that shut down the Colonial Pipeline. Llewellyn King talks about this with John Savage, professor emeritus of computer science at Brown University, and Derek Reveron, chair of the National Security Affairs Department at the Naval War College.
The Biden administration wants the transition to electric vehicles to pick up speed. But there are some big road bumps, including the nation’s fragmented charging situation. Llewellyn King discusses this transition with the Edison Electric Institute’s Emily Fisher, Kellen Schefter and Kwame Canty.