In this preview of an interview to be broadcast on “Sunday Morning,” Ashley Graham talks to CBS News’ Gayle King about the advice she gives to girls who ask about pursuing a career in modeling.
Wilson — the first woman to translate The Odyssey — has created a fresh, authoritative and slyly humorous version of Homer’s epic that scours away archaisms while preserving nuance and complexity. (Image credit: )
NPR’s Scott Simon talks to veteran political commentator and MSNBC host Chris Matthews about his new book, Bobby Kennedy: A Raging Spirit.
Fiona Mozley’s book Elmet explores masculinity in both male and female characters. “When we sort of see a woman possessing unexpected or fantastical physical strength it’s questioned more,” she says. (Image credit: Kirsty Wigglesworth/AP)
Virtual reality pioneer Jaron Lanier’s book is part memoir, part history of the development of VR, and an unexpected but welcome comparison of the promises of VR with those of artificial intelligence. (Image credit: Jennifer Kerrigan/NPR)
A biweekly round up on what’s happening at the TV News Archive by Katie Dahl and Nancy Watzman. This week we dive into research resources, fact-checks, and backgrounders on the sexual harassment charges sweeping the worlds of media, politics, and entertainment. Past TV news appearances by O’Reilly, Franken, Halperin & more preserved, …