Stuart Kelter interviews Susan Fitzgerald about her recent, year-long experience of hosting an asylum-seeking family from Guatemala.
Stuart Kelter interviews Aliza Arzt, a speech therapist in the Boston area who treats adults with language impairments and swallowing difficulties.
Stuart Kelter interviews NMSU history professor, Iñigo García Bryce, about how racism and the concept of race itself are different in Latin America, as compared to the United States.
Stuart Kelter interviews Anna Lank, director for 15 years of the Standardized Patient Program at the Clinical Competence Center of New York, about how actors are used to train and evaluate the interpersonal and diagnostic skills of doctors and medical students.
Stuart Kelter interviews Hillel Zeitlin, the founder and former director of the Maryland Institute for Ericksonian Hypnosis.
Stuart Kelter and applied physicist, Vipin Gupa, share their love of and knowledge about bicycles and bicycling.
Stuart Kelter interviews Professor Emeritus, Dr. Joe Roach, who provides a lively introduction to Russian History, from the Tsars to the Russian Revolution.
Stuart Kelter interviews NSMU history professor, Elvira Masson, about the events and forces that have shaped modern China.
Stuart Kelter interviews anesthesiologist Llewelyn Williams, MD about his outpatient practice in pain medicine and addiction management.
Stuart Kelter interviews local newspaper reporter and columnist, Algernon D'Ammassa, about fact vs. opinion, misinformation vs. disinformation, and the importance of media literacy.