Featuring President Clinton’s wide range of interests and well-known intellectual curiosity through relatable conversations and stories with some of the most interesting people he knows about the ideas and issues that shape our interconnected world.

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Magic Johnson: How to Design the Next Act of Your Life

Magic Johnson: How to Design the Next Act of Your Life

Whether taking a leap of faith to pursue a new path or overcoming an unforeseen obstacle, we all reach crossroads in our lives where we have to figure out what’s next. But no one should ever assume that their best, most productive days are behind them.

Douglas Brinkley: How History Will View The 2020 Election

Douglas Brinkley: How History Will View The 2020 Election

Presidential elections have taken place in America every four years since 1788, but the 2020 election was unlike anything we had experienced before. Amid a pandemic, an economic crisis, and a long overdue reckoning with systemic racism, Americans made their votes and voices heard in record numbers, electing the historic ticket of Joe Biden and Kamala Harris. Yet even after the results made clear that he had lost, Donald Trump tried to overturn the results of the free and fair election and undermine the public’s faith in our system—eventually leading to the assault on the Capitol on January 6.

Special Episode: The Presidency and the People, How to Form a More Perfect Union

Special Episode: The Presidency and the People, How to Form a More Perfect Union

In commemoration of Presidents Day, President Bill Clinton traces the evolution of the presidency from America’s founding through modern history and explores how the best presidents used the office to build an America that more closely resembled our highest ideals and aspirations.

Dr. Sanjay Gupta: How Facts Can Fight A Pandemic

Dr. Sanjay Gupta: How Facts Can Fight A Pandemic

From the time the first U.S. cases of the coronavirus began to be reported a year ago, America found itself in a battle against two interconnected diseases. The first, COVID-19, has now claimed hundreds of thousands of lives and completely upended the ways we live, work, and interact with each other. And the second is a major reason why COVID-19 has had such a devastating toll: the spread of misinformation to downplay the seriousness of the virus.

Wynton Marsalis: How Jazz Explains Democracy

Wynton Marsalis: How Jazz Explains Democracy

After a year in which people across the world have been forced to improvise and some of the most fundamental ideas and foundations of our society have been challenged,  there may be no better art form to explain these times than America’s original music, jazz. In fact, jazz may be the best way to explain democracy itself and how we can find harmony with one another to emerge as a more inclusive, kinder, and equitable nation.

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President Bill Clinton is a master at using storytelling to explain complex issues and highlight our common humanity. To hear him tell it, this comes from growing up in a family where everyone had a story, but in order to tell one, you first needed to listen. In this new podcast, hear President Clinton share stories and ideas with some of the most fascinating people of our time as they make sense of the issues and events that continue to shape our interconnected world.

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