What’s At Risk
W@R talks with author Marc Elliot about the life of iconic writer, singer and multi-talented musician Paul Simon through his new book Paul Simon: A Life
W@R talks with Spin Magazine’s Doug Brod author of SPIN: Greatest Hits: 25 Years of Heretics, Heroes, and the New Rock ‘n’ Roll.
W@R once again helps you discover your inner philosopher with a favorite guest, Andrew Pessin and his little book, The 60 Second Philosopher.
W@R revisits our look at the life of a pioneer in the battle against cancer with Dr. Charlotte Jacobs, author of Henry Kaplan and the Story of Hodgkin’s Disease. W@R then speaks with Louis Scatigna, […]
W@R speaks with Washington Post investigative reporter Sari Horowitz who, along with Scott Higham, describes the sad saga and media frenzy surrounding the brutal death of Chandra Levy in their book Finding Chandra.
W@R looks at the real possibility of losing the American Dream in our discussion with George Munoz, co-author of Renewing the American Dream: A Citizen’s Guide for Restoring Our Competitive Advantage.
W@R discusses the risk of prescription drug abuse, prescription pain killers and recovery with Joshua Lyon author of Pill Head: The Secret Life of a Painkiller Addict.
W@R learns from a legend in the mutual fund industry, John C. Bogel, the founder and retired CEO of The Vanguard Group as we discuss investments and his book Common Sense on Mutual Funds.
W@R looks at challenges in the workplace with Christine Porath co-author of The Cost of Bad Behavior: How Incivility Is Damaging Your Business and What to Do About.
W@R speaks with Charles B. Carlson about a less risky investment style. Chuck discusses his Little Book of Big Dividends: A Safe Formula for Guaranteed Returns.