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Katie Couric

Season 4 Episode 4 | 26m 09s

Kelly Corrigan sits down with journalist, author and producer Katie Couric to talk about her legacy as a reporter and the democratization of news and media literacy in a post-truth era. She also talks about her media company and her book, “Going There.” Katie recalls memorable stories from her career and explains how she became a cancer activist after her husband’s death.

Aired: 10/24/22 | Expires: 10/24/26
Extras
David Brooks breaks down the American relational crisis and our devolving social skills.
Arianna Huffington on downtime in the human operating system as a feature, not a bug.
Rachel Zoffness illustrates how treating pain is about treating the person as a whole.
Pete Buttigieg defines what he sees as a complete street in America.
Linda Villarosa explains the outcomes of poor treatment of Black Americans in health care.
Ret. Col. Greg Gadson attributes his resilience and strength to his wife, Kimberly Thomas.
Ginni Rometty explains her view that democracy hinges on people having brighter futures.
Matthew Desmond underlines the root causes of poverty in the United States.
Gitanjali Rao shares her practice of rooting all of her scientific endeavors in empathy.
Inspiring and thought-provoking interviews conducted by author Kelly Corrigan.
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Cultural commentator David Brooks on repairing our social fabric through deep listening.
CEO of Thrive Global, Arianna Huffington, on beating burnout with behavioral change.
Pain psychologist Rachel Zoffness analyzes the science of pain and its myths.
U.S. Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg on designing for safety and equity.
Writer Linda Villarosa talks about racial health disparities and how to make progress.
Army Col. (Ret.) Gregory D. Gadson on resilience and the role purpose plays in success.
Former Chairman and CEO of IBM Ginni Rometty talks about inclusion and leading by example.
Pulitzer Prize winner and sociologist Matthew Desmond on the socioeconomic gap in the U.S.
Inventor and student scientist Gitanjali Rao on innovation in service of social needs.
Kelly introduces the sixth season of the series and its theme: making it in America.