Clear+Vivid with Alan Alda

Learn to connect better with others in every area of your life. Immerse yourself in spirited conversations with people who know how hard it is, and yet how good it feels, to really connect with other people – whether it’s one person, an audience or a whole country. You'll know many of the people in these conversations – they are luminaries in our culture. Some you may not know. But what links them all is their powerful ability to relate and communicate. It's something we need now more than ever.

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Clear+Vivid with Alan Alda - Season 18 trailer


Alan and Executive Producer Graham Chedd chat about and play excerpts from Alan's conversations with some of the guests in the new season, beginning next week. Guests include neuroscientist Charles Limb, philosopher Scott Hershovitz, and former director of the National Institutes of Health, Francis Collins.


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 2022-08-30  40m
 
 

Molina, Garber and Alda: Together Again


The actors Alfred Molina and Victor Garber and Alan reminisce about the play that first brought them together 24 years ago – an experience that changed their lives.


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 2022-09-06  43m
 
 

Francis Collins: Bridging Science and Faith


Head of the National Institutes of Health for 13 years and now interim science advisor to President Biden, Francis Collins is that rarity in the scientific community – an outspoken evangelical Christian. For him, science is “getting a glimpse of God’s mind.”


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 2022-09-13  44m
 
 

Charles Limb: To be Creative Don’t Think So Hard


Combining his passion for music with his ability to peer inside the brain as it's working, neuroscientist Charles Limb finds that creativity needs reasoning to get out of the way.


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 2022-09-20  42m
 
 

Ken Auletta: Power and Abuse in the Movie Business


How was Harvey Weinstein able to continue his abuse of women for so long – over four decades? Journalist Ken Auletta explores the enabling “culture of silence” in his book Hollywood Ending.


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 2022-09-27  41m
 
 

Jay Baruch: In the ER, your story matters


Physician Jay Baruch has learned from experience that diagnosing a patient in the emergency room requires more than clinical tests. It requires listening to their story.


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 2022-10-04  39m
 
 

Kate Marvel: Human fingerprints on Hurricane Ian


After exactly predicting the almost unprecedented damage Ian would cause, climate scientist Kate Marvel argues the time for questioning the role of global warming in triggering extreme weather events is over. The case is closed. It’s time for action.


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 2022-10-11  41m
 
 

John and Julie Gottman: Welcome to the Love Lab


Decades of research with thousands of couples have enabled husband and wife John and Julie Gottman to predict whether relationships will prosper – or wither. And why.


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 2022-10-18  41m
 
 

Gregory Berns: Does your dog know you better than you know yourself?


Neuroscientist Greg Berns, who scanned dogs' brains to find out if they love their humans, now has a new book, The Self Delusion, that challenges what we humans know about ourselves.


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 2022-10-25  41m
 
 

Scott Hershovitz: Little Kids Asking Big Questions


The philosopher's kids were asking surprisingly deep questions, so Scott Hershovitz was inspired to write a book, subtitled Adventures in Philosophy with My Kids. Their adventures are surprisingly entertaining.


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 2022-11-01  41m
 
 
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