Upcoming Shows

Here are upcoming Think shows:

June 6, 2023
What Putin really wants in Ukraine
International affairs professor Christopher Layne discusses why Russia’s opposition of NATO has brought Europe to this point, and why the U.S. arming Ukrainians might have made the world less safe from nuclear warfare.
June 6, 2023
Your watery eyes don’t deceive you: Allergies are on the rise
Medical anthropologist Theresa MacPhail discusses why allergies are getting worse and what the world’s best allergy clinicians are doing to combat them.
June 7, 2023
When social movements march into your relationship
Clinical psychologist Orna Guralnik talks about what she’s seen in her practice, where couples are bringing to the table issues of race and privilege and trauma like she hasn’t seen before.
June 7, 2023
When bad people make great art
Claire Dederer discusses the lens #metoo has put on work created by flawed men, and how we balance our sense of morality and ethics with a love of what are widely considered masterpieces.
June 8, 2023
The Maestro of Mystery
Best-selling author Brenden Slocum discuss themes of authorship, authenticity and art from his novel about uncovering the truth about a composer’s legacy.
June 8, 2023
You don’t need the best of everything
Writer and critic Rachel Connolly discusses the best-of lists we consume to make sense of our lives and how we use them to gain a false sense of control over a world with limitless choice.
June 9, 2023
It’s time to check in with your senses
Author Gretchen Rubin joins us to discuss her awaking to relearn how to see, taste, touch, smell, and hear — and why she found life richer and more fulfilling when she slowed down.