Stuart Kelter interviews local newspaper reporter and columnist, Algernon D'Ammassa, about fact vs. opinion, misinformation vs. disinformation, and the importance of media literacy.
Stuart Kelter interviews his son, Jacob Kelter, about what he learned about sleep through his co-founding of Rise Science, a start-up that focuses on improving the sleep habits of elite athletes and correlating it with their performance metrics.
Stuart Kelter interviews Jamie O'Hara about the history, technique, and entrepreneurship of magic.
Stuart Kelter interviews Norm Osborne on the structure and function of the local legal system, from his perspective as a lifelong attorney and, most recently, as a magistrate judge.
Stuart Kelter interviews Marieka Brown, College Associate Professor at NMSU, about her experiences teaching English as a second language, including in El Salvador in the 1990s.
Stuart Kelter interviews psychologist, Ned Rubin, about his experiences working in a primary care setting in Wisconsin, helping patients with mental health, substance abuse, and health-related behaviors. In such a setting, psychologists are able to reach patients would otherwise might not have been open to mental health care.
Stuart Kelter interviews Dwight Pitcaithley, retired Chief Historian of the National Park Service, about his 2018 book, The U.S. Constitution and Secession: A Documentary Anthology of Slavery and White Supremacy, a compilation and contextual analysis of primary source material regarding laws and proposed constitutional amendments during the lead-up to the Civil War.
Stuart Kelter interviews his nephew, Lior Lapid, about his life in chess, from early childhood to national championships to establishing PALS Chess Academy, through which he has made chess his livelihood.
Stuart Kelter interviews Brandon Hobson about his recent novel, Where the Dead Sit Talking, about a Cherokee teenager's experiences in the foster care system.