Improving the News; "Macbeth"; Bruce McCall on Billionaire Spending; Squirrels in NYC; Factory Farms
Kennedy School of Government professor Thomas E. Patterson argues that journalists today aren’t providing enough trustworthy and relevant reporting, and he suggests how we can make knowledge-based journalism a reality. Ethan Hawke, Anne-Marie Duff, and director Jack O’Brien talk about the Lincoln Center Theater’s production of “Macbeth.” Bruce McCall discusses collaborating with David Letterman on their satirical chronicle of the super-rich. We’ll find out how New York City became infested with gray squirrels. And we’ll look at how animals live—and die—in factory farms across America.