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Tell Me More with Kelly Corrigan is a series that inspires, educates and entertains. Hosted by four-time New York Times bestselling author Kelly Corrigan, the show features insightful conversations with notable guests, reflecting on their lives and the impact they can have on their worlds.

Dr. Angela Duckworth on knowing what is healthy, but not implementing it in our habits.
W. Kamau Bell on his experience of spirituality and social division around America.
Bret Scher discusses the two changes he’d make for society in regards to food.
Bryan Stevenson reveals the hard work remaining in the quest for racial reconciliation.
James Corden reveals how his childhood experiences continue to shape his life.
Jennifer Garner on what makes her optimistic in today’s complex, pandemic world.
Kelly Corrigan sits down with Melinda French Gates.
Comedian W. Kamau Bell discusses his path to stand-up.
Kelly Corrigan sits down with professional big wave surfer, Bianca Valenti.
Civil rights icon, Dolores Huerta talks about her life's work and her ongoing activism.
Surgeon Dr. Atul Gawande talks about the role of a physician in the art of dying.
Scott Galloway discusses tech, business, education, and politics in today's world.
David Byrne discusses his lifelong love of performance.
Steve Kerr discusses his exceptional life in basketball on the court and on the sidelines.
Judy Woodruff discusses her perspective on how journalism and politics have changed.
Dr. Wendy Suzuki explains the importance and relevance of developing the hippocampus.
Esther Perel discusses the importance of life-long trial and error in relationships.
Matt Walker speaks on the optimal amount of hours of sleep we should get a night.
Dr. Williams speaks on the impact of brain imaging technology on mental health research.
Dr. Collins points out how to distinguish reputable news from misinformation.
Dr. Dima Amso and the complexity that’s often overlooked when discussing upbringing.
The farce of ‘fix-all’ health solutions and the importance of tailored routines.
Thought-provoking interviews on what it means to be “well,” conducted by Kelly Corrigan.
Ginni Rometty explains her view that democracy hinges on people having brighter futures.
Ret. Col. Greg Gadson attributes his resilience and strength to his wife, Kimberly Thomas.
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