Martin K.A. Morgan is an author and historian who specializes in American and military history. He has lent his expertise to a wide variety of historical programs. We focus on World War II, and discuss some of the key moments and figures of this pivotal conflict.
Archaeologist Jessica McGinn talks with us about her experience excavating at numerous historically significant sites, including how we recognize disasters in the archaeological record; and what this can tell us about past catastrophic events.
Mark Schweiker served as Governor and Lieutenant Governor in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. We delve in to his career, time in office, and the extensive involvement in issues related to terrorism and national security.
The tenth and youngest man to ever walk on the moon, Brigadier General Charlie Duke talks to us about his career in the Air Force, his overall time as an astronaut, and in particular the experience of serving as the lunar module pilot aboard Apollo 16.
Robert George is a professor, constitutional scholar, and political philosopher who has long served on the faculty of Princeton University. He has been praised as one of the leading contemporary conservative, Christian thinkers. We discuss his career and various issues of great importance to the country and society overall.
Actor John Carroll Lynch has appeared in many notable television shows and movies throughout his career, including first gaining recognition for his role in the film 'Fargo', and on television portraying Drew Carey's brother in the long-running 'The Drew Carey Show'. We talk about his career and some of the significant roles he has played.
In this episode primarily focusing on North Korea, we talk to strategic studies expert Ken Gause about the history and present situation of North Korea, as well as his intelligence work which began during the latter days of the Soviet Union.
Best known for his unforgettable role as Quark on 'Star Trek: Deep Space 9', Armin Shimerman, joins the show to discuss his major part in Star Trek history, his extensive career as an actor in many other projects; as well as his scholar-level knowledge and interest in Shakespeare.
Former Apollo 7 Astronaut Walt Cunningham provides us with first-hand insight in to space exploration as we discuss his career as a fighter pilot, physicist, and experience in being one of the first civilian astronauts for NASA.
One of the most accomplished diplomats in US history, Thomas Pickering, is the guest on this show. He served in prominent roles for both Republican and Democratic presidencies beginning under the Nixon administration; most prominently as Ambassador to the United Nations and Under Secretary for Political Affairs. We talk about his career and various future foreign policy challenges.
In this episode about the Texas Revolution and the American Civil War, we welcome William C. Davis, one of the great modern historians specializing in both subjects. The men and events that made these events so critical to American history are examined.
Spaceflight historian and popular science writer Amy Shira Teitel talks to us about her interest in the subject, the space race, and other interesting topics related to the past, present, and future of space exploration.
We are joined by businessman and political candidate Danny Tarkanian for an interview about his family's rich basketball legacy, his past and current political campaigns, and some important issues critical to both Nevada and the United States at-large.
Nuclear physicist and one of the most preeminent authorities in ufology of our time, Stanton Friedman, joins the show for an out of this world episode. We delve in to his background and in-depth research in to the subject of potential extraterrestrial visitation, and intensely explore one of the biggest controversial issues of modern times.
This episode features Robert Ehrlich as guest, a former governor and congressman from Maryland. We talk about the lessons he learned from football, his extensive career in law and politics, along with a variety of important issues.
Captain Dale Dye signs up for an exceptional episode. He is a decorated Marine veteran, technical advisor, and actor who has appeared in everything from the television series 'Band of Brothers' and 'Falling Skies', to many major films including 'Under Siege', 'Saving Private Ryan', 'Spy Game', and 'Knight and Day'. We go in to depth regarding his significant military and hollywood career.
'Survivor' icon and former Libertarian candidate for Governor of Indiana, Rupert Boneham, joins us to discuss what it was like to play four times. His interest and past in politics, as well as his philanthropic endeavors are also discussed.
We cross the Atlantic for the second consecutive episode, this time talking to Genevieve Gaunt, a Dutch-British actress who made her debut in 'Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban', and has appeared in numerous shows and movies since.