Larry Tye

Larry Tye has been a frequent guest on Conversations with David Lewis to talk about his books. This time he’s discussing Bobby Kennedy: The Making of a Liberal Icon.  Tye was able to access previously undisclosed documents and people that had never talked before, such as Ethel Kennedy.  

Tye and David went through the Nieman Fellowship at Harvard together. 

Andrew Feiler/Stanley Pritchett

Andrew Feiler is an author and photographer whose most recent book – Without Regard to Sex, Race or Color – The Past, Present and Future of One Historically Black College – is a visual portrayal of what happened to Morris Brown College.  He is joined by the school’s President, Dr Stanley Pritchard.


Taylor Branch – The Clinton Tapes

Taylor Branch, Pulitzer Prize winning author of The Clinton Tapes: Wrestling History with the President, talks to host David Lewis about his secret tapes of conversations with President Clinton that serve as an oral diary of the notoriously public Clinton presidency.

Original Air Date: 10/21/09

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Winning the War On Terror

Promo for the CNN documentary about how different countries around the world fight terrorism.

Shot in Israel, the West Bank and Gaza; London, Belfast and elsewhere in Northern Ireland; Paris; Madrid; New York and Washington, DC. Interview subjects included: Dame Stella Rimington, the first woman to lead Britain’s MI6; former IRA fighters Marian Price and Sean O’Callaghan; French Terrorism Czar, Judge Jean-Louis Bruguiere; Pierre Bousquet de Florian, head of the French foreign intelligence service; Stephen White, former Deputy Commissioner of the Police Service of Northern Ireland; Tel Aviv Police Chief, David Tsur; former White House Homeland Security Deputy, Richard Falkenrath; Richard Haas, President of the Council on Foreign Relations; John McLaughlin, former CIA Deputy Director; Ehud Olmert, then Deputy Prime Minister of Israel; Jacob Perry, former head of Israel’s Shin Bet; Palestinian security chief, Mohammad Dahlan; Dan Meridor, former Israeli Minister of Justice.

Ariana Huffington – Third World America