GREAT CONVERSATIONS

NOLA Code:
GRCN 1000 H1
Number of Episodes/Length:
5 / 60
Genre:
Rights End:
6/28/2025
Co-Producer
Kentucky Author Forum
Producer
The Kentucky Network (KET)
TV-G
CC
sIX
Mono
Year Produced:
2018
Version:
Base
Great Conversations is a series featuring distinguished authors, each recognized in an area of prominence and each uniquely paired with an interviewer. All author interviews for Great Conversations are taped at The Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts in Louisville. The interviews are produced by Kentucky Author Forum, Mary Moss Greenebaum, Producer, and are sponsored by the University of Louisville, in partnership with Brown-Forman and The Humana Foundation.

#1001 John Feinstein and Mike Tirico
Sportswriter John Feinstein discusses his book The First Major: the Inside Story of the 2016 Ryder Cup and previous works with NBC sportscaster and commentator Mike Tirico.

#1002 Casey Gerald and Van Jones
Casey Gerald talks about his memoir There Will Be No Miracles Here: A Memoir, a personal story that sets forth in a bold new direction as a pathfinder for a generation coming of age during increasingly broken times. He is interviewed by CNN political contributor Van Jones.

#1003 Charles Graeber and Dr. Thomas Gajewski
New York Times bestselling author Charles Graeber discusses his book, The Breakthrough: Immunotherapy and the Race to Cure Cancer, which details revolutionary scientific research in immunotherapy. He is interviewed by Dr. Thomas Gajewski of the University of Chicago.

#1004 Doris Kearns Goodwin and A. Scott Berg
Pulitzer Prize-winning author and "America's Historian-in-Chief" Doris Kearns Goodwin discusses Leadership in Turbulent Times, the culmination of five decades of acclaimed studies in presidential history. She is interviewed by A. Scott Berg, Pulitzer Prize-winning author of five bestselling biographies.

#1005 David McCraw and Chuck Rosenberg.
David McCraw, Deputy General Counsel at The New York Times, discusses his book Truth in Our Times: Inside the Fight for Press Freedom in the Age of Alternative Facts and his experiences as a top newsroom lawyer during the most turbulent era for journalism in generations. He is interviewed by MSNBC legal analyst Chuck Rosenberg, formerly with the Department of Justice, where his work included a two-year tenure as acting head of the Drug Enforcement Administration.

Program Rights

Broadcast Rights:
U/6YRS
Rights Dates:
6/8/2019 - 6/28/2025
School Rights:
9YRS
V.O.D. Rights:
Yes
V.O.D. Rights Type:
Concurrent w/broadcast rights
Linear Live Streaming:
Yes
Non-Commercial Cable Rights:
Yes