The author of The Power of Habit talks about his own habits—from reading to reporting. Listen to him discussing The Power of Habit, the Leonard Lopate Show Book Club selection for February 2013, on the Leonard Lopate Show.
Jeff Garlin was on the Leonard Lopate Show recently and he spoke to guesthost Andy Borowitz about his new movie, "Dealin' with Idiots, and his role as Larry David's boss on "Curb Your Enthusiasm." He also told us what he's been reading and watching recently.
Jesse Tyler Ferguson was on the Leonard Lopate Show, along with co-star Hamish Linklater, to talk about playing identical twins in the Shakespeare in the Park production of "Comedy of Errors." He also told us what he's a fan of (including his co-star).
Hamish Linklater was on the Leonard Lopate Show recently, along with his co-star Jesse Tyler Ferguson. They play identical twins in the Shakespeare in the Park production of "Comedy of Errors." Hamish also told us what he's listening to and what he's a fan of. Let's just say he's a very supportive colleague.
Michael Bacon was on the Leonard Lopate Show recently (along with Nellie McKay and Philippe Quint) to talk about the soundtrack for "Downtown Express." He was musical director on the film. He also told what he's a fan of -- and he's a fan of a lot of unexpected things.
Reporter and war correspondent Michael Hastings is best known for his Rolling Stone article about Gen. Stanley McChrystal, in which he quoted McChrystal criticizing the Obama White House and mocking certain members of the Administration. Gen. McChrystal retired shortly afterward. Hastings died on Tuesday and you can hear his conversation with Leonard Lopate below.
Singer Darlene Love was on the Leonard Lopate Show to talk about her days as a backup singer. She's featured in the documentary, "Twenty Feet from Stardom," and we were also joined by former backup singer Merry Clayton and director Morgan Neville. Darlene Love told us what she's been listening to, ever since she saw the documentary.