Fresh Air with Terry Gross is weekday magazine of contemporary arts and issues with intimate conversations and unusual insights.
Dr. Elisa Port, a surgeon who specializes in the care and treatment of patients with breast cancer, says survival rates are better than ever. Her new book is 'The New Generation Breast Cancer Book.' We remember Jack Larson, who played Jimmy Olsen on the original 'Superman' TV show in an excerpt of his 1993 interview. Maureen Corrigan reviews Lauren Groff's novel, 'Fates and Furies.'
In 2010, Mayor Cory Booker, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie and Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg devised a plan to improve Newark's failing schools. Dale Russakoff recounts their efforts in 'The Prize.' TV critic David Bianculli reflects on the Emmy ceremony held last night and looks ahead at the new fall TV season. Jazz critic Kevin Whitehead reviews a new edition of Erroll Garner's 'Concert by the Sea.'
Mary Karr discusses the faults of memory, the challenges of writing about loved ones and the pain of deleting 1,200 pages because "there was something untrue about them." Her new book is 'The Art of Memoir.' Nadia Bolz-Weber was a stand-up-comic with a drinking problem who opened up a church for people who didn't belong. "My job is to ... remind people that they're absolutely loved," she says. Her new memoir is 'Accidental Saints: Finding God in All the Wrong People.'
The guitarist for the Rolling Stones has a new solo album, 'Crosseyed Heart.' Richards is also the subject of the new Netflix documentary, 'Under the Influence.' [Originally broadcast Oct. 25, 2010.] David Edelstein reviews 'Sicario.'
Nadia Bolz-Weber was a stand-up-comic with a drinking problem who opened up a church for people who didn't belong. "My job is to ... remind people that they're absolutely loved," she says. Her new memoir is 'Accidental Saints.' Ken Tucker reviews Grace Potter's new album, 'Midnight.'
On the eve of the Pope's first visit to the U.S., journalist Paul Vallely discuses the reforms Francis is making within the Church as well as the teachings that the pope is unlikely to change. TV critic David Bianculli reviews the premiere of Neil Patrick Harris' variety show 'Best Time Ever.'