Upcoming Shows

Here are upcoming Think shows:

March 2, 2020
How American History Varies By State
Dana Goldstein, a national correspondent for The New York Times, joins us to talk about how a comparison of history textbooks from two states highlights how each state frames history to fit its political climate.
March 2, 2020
Can Millennials Save the World?
Charlotte Alter, national correspondent for Time magazine, joins us to talk about the emerging national leadership of this oft-maligned generation.
March 3, 2020
The Battle Behind the Bill: Insurance Companies vs Doctors
Rachana Pradhan, health care reporter for Kaiser Health News, joins us to talk about how doctors are now petitioning Congress to make sure they get paid – and about how insurance companies are defending their billing practices.
March 3, 2020
Diane Rehm Defines a Good Death
Diane Rehm, who hosted “The Diane Rehm Show” for 37 years, joins us to talk about her battle in the “right-to-die” movement, after witnessing her husband’s pain as he succumbed to a long, terminal illness
March 4, 2020
How Boys Learn About Sex
Peggy Orenstein joins us to talk about the ways boys and young men struggle with mixed messages about sex – and about how they, like girls, need help building relationships that move beyond the physical.
March 4, 2020
Goodbye, Super Tuesday: The Wrap-Up
David Barker, Director of the Center for Congressional and Presidential Studies at American University, and Niambi Carter, assistant professor of political science at Howard University, join us to talk about if the race for the Democratic nomination for president is clearer or cloudier.
March 5, 2020
Explaining Roe v. Wade to Teens
Journalist and author Karen Blumenthal joins us to talk about writing a comprehensive look at reproductive rights for ages 12 and up.
March 5, 2020
Why We Judge Working Mothers and How That Stunts Their Careers
Robin J. Ely, Diane Doerge Wilson Professor of Business Administration at Harvard Business School, joins us to talk about the real reasons businesses have a tendency to stall female advancement.
March 6, 2020
The Complicated Math That Undermines Free College
This hour, we’ll talk about affordability, accessibility, and attrition problems when it comes to attending universities and look at whether free college is a viable option to solve these problems.