From 2008, Milt talks with Joseph Epstein on his biography of Fred Astaire.
From 2003, Milt talks with three veterans of the Battle of the Bulge.
From 2006, Milt talks with two guests about French food and culture.
From 2005, Milt talks with the authors of Going to Mars to discuss the people involved in sending humans to Mars.
From 2007, Milt talks with Sam Peltzman and Leo Melamed about the life and legacy of Milton Friedman.
Not necessarily says Steven Smith of Yale in his recent book (Reading Leo Strauss) and in this recently recorded conversation. The Iraq War, the Weekly Standard, “noble lies” in politics, renascent Judaism as a source of political analysis, “exoteric” and “esoteric” political commentary: these are some of the areas into which one must venture, says Smith, when trying to account for Strauss’s thought and his influence upon the rise of neo-conservatism.
From 2006, Milt talks with Harvey Mansfield about his book Manliness.
From 2007, Milt talks with humorist P.J. O’Rourke on his great book looking at the works of economist Adam Smith.
From 2003, Milt talks with Simon Winchester about his book Krakatoa: The Day the World Exploded, about a tremendous volcanic explosion in 1883.
From 2007, Milt talks with James Watson, of the famed duo Watson and Crick, the discoverers of DNA.