Come Monday night, CBS's The Late Late Show will have a new host: James Corden. The British actor told NPR's Scott Simon he's hoping to breathe some fresh air into late night TV. (Weekend Edition Saturday)
With just two episodes to go until the AMC series wraps for good, showrunner Matthew Weiner talks about the state of his main character's career and family life — and what the show is all about. (NPR Pop Culture Podcast)
When Mickey first hit the silver screen, he was quiet as the proverbial mouse. He was an instant success, and Disney decided to give him a voice. He first spoke in an animated short film called The Karnival Kid. What were Mickey's first words? (NPR Pop Culture Podcast)
Samira Wiley has spent most of her career on-stage and is used to filling in blanks about her characters. But she's reluctant to do so for her role on the hit Netflix series Orange Is the New Black. (NPR Pop Culture Podcast)
When Apatow was a teen he landed interviews with an impressive roster of comics for his high school radio show. Sick in the Head is a collection of those conversations, and more recent ones as well. (NPR Pop Culture Podcast)
Variety Magazine is publishing a special issue devoted to the Supreme Court's decision to legalize gay marriage — and the entertainment industry's role in helping shift public perceptions on this issue. (NPR Pop Culture Podcast)
Dave Grohl talks rock 'n' roll parenting with USA TODAY's Mike Snider for Dad Rock. And Mike reflects on the weekend's Foo Fighters' 20th anniversary show with Dad Rock hosts Jim Lenahan (who also attended the big event) and Patrick Foster.