Dave talks with John Thavis, author of The Vatican Diaries and The Vatican Prophecies, about Pope Francis’ first calendar year.
Dave talks with author John Thavis about how Pope Francis’ actions in South America hinted at the kind of Pope he would be.
Dave talks with Sarah Posner of Religious Dispatches about the Pope’s efforts to mend bridges with American nuns.
Dave talks with Alexis Okeowo of The New Yorker about one man’s quest to start a symphony in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
Dave talks with The New Yorker reporter Ginger Thompson about the DEA’s new focus on narco-terrorism.
Dave talks with Time Magazine Religion Correspondent Elizabeth Dias about the questions that guided Jesus Christ.
Dave talks with leading sportswriter John Feinstein about his new book, The Sixth Man, and the state of the young adult fiction genre.
Dave talks with Associated Press Bureau Chief Joshua Goodman about the legislative shift in Venezuela.
Dave talks with Financial Times journalist Lucy Hornby about China’s plans for a New Silk Road.
Dave talks with Pulitzer Prize winning journalist David Cay Johnston about what he’s learned from decades of covering Donald Trump.
Dave talks with Associated Press reporter Felicia Fonseca about the Arizona farms feeding Saudi Arabia’s need for alfalfa.
Dave talks with Gaiutra Bahadur, the author of Coolie Woman, about the legacy of Indian indentured servants in Guyana.