Bowie at 75
Thursday, September 9, 2022
A stunning tribute that examines David Bowie's extraordinary life through the lens of significant career achievements and life events. Martin delves deep into one of the most influential and admired stars in rock history. We reveal the events that helped chart the course of Bowie's music and acting career.
Elton John at 75
Thursday, September 22, 2022
A unique celebration of the iconic and beloved rock star, Elton John, one of few rock artists continuing to gather more and more adulation with age. Sir Elton Hercules John is an exception who proves the rule. In Elton John at 75, veteran rock journalist Gillian Gaar examines key performances such as his breakthrough performance, legendary collaborations with Bernie Taupin, Billy Joel, and others, and much more.
Secret History of the Wild West
Thursday, October 6, 2022
Author Daniel Duke and sister Teresa Duke--the great-great-grandchildren of Jesse James--reveal their infamous relative and other well known outlaws were part of a larger organization, centuries old, that has affected U.S. history from the small, rural streets of early America to the highest levels of the nation’s government, with continuing influence to this day. Drawing on his great-great-grandfather’s secret diaries, Duke unravels the hidden history of the Wild West to expose the outlaws, politicians, and secret societies who were pulling strings behind the scenes.
Stephen King of Horror
Thursday, October 20 2022
Explore the evolution and influences of Stephen King’s body of work over his nearly 50-year career, and discover how the themes of his writing reflect the changing times and events within his life. Celebrate the beloved King of Horror diving into his history of writer's struggles, triumphs, bestsellers, lesser-known stories, collaborations, and more.
The Battle That Defined WW2
Thursday, November 17, 2022
Returning guest, Bob Drury brings you right into the thick of the clash that became one of the bloodiest and most costly encounters of World War II. “Rudder’s Rangers,” the most elite special operatives battalion was given two objectives in December 1944. Storm Castle Hill located in the hellish Hurtgen Forest, the gateway to Germany, and hold the hill by any means possible. To the last man, if necessary. Unknown to the Allied forces, the Nazi regiments were given the same exact order. Based on the book The Last Hill: The Epic Story of a Ranger Battalion and the Battle that Defined WWII.