Terkel interviews author Arthur Weinberg. His latest book is called: "Clarence Darrow: A Sentimental Rebel".
Mr Bugliosi and Mr. Gentry discuss, "Helter Skelter: The True Story of the Manson Murders,". Bugliosi was the prosecutor in the case against the Manson "family" for the murders of Sharon Tate and others. The interview opens with "Home is where you are happy" performed by Charles Manson and an excerpt of Catherine Shur Manson's sister talking about her brother. They speak in depth on the Manson "family" and the key players in the murders; Susan Atkins, Steve Grogan, Linda Kasabian, Patricia Krenwinkel, Leslie Van Houten and Charles Watson.
Discussing the book "The sharing society" with the author Edward Lamb.
Studs discusses the book, "Our Kindly Parent--The State," and interviewing the author Patrick Murphy. They discuss the inadequate juvenile justice and reform system extensively. [includes an excerpt from interview with Lisa Richette, author of "Throw away children" 1925149-3-1 and -3-2].
After enrolling in law school at age 49, Stern breaks down the double-standards and monopoly power of the legal profession.
Interviewing Newton Minow, Chicago lawyer and chairman of the Federal Communications Commission. He discusses broadcasting as a public service and spends a great deal of time on the history of commercials and how they changed over time.
Discussing the book "A man's life" with the author Roger Wilkins.