Susan Crawford

There’ll be an app for that: the future of local governments.

Jeff Clements Sep16

Jeff Clements

The runaway, corporate money in politics is one of the great markers of corruption of our time.

Brandon Garrett

If you can’t put a corporation in jail for crimes they commit, what about the CEO?

Michael Shudson Sep11

Michael Shudson

Award-winning, best-selling author, historian and sociologist Michael Shudson joins Coy to discuss his new book about politics and transparency.

Kenneth Davis Sep09

Kenneth Davis

Best-selling author Kenneth Davis joins Coy to discuss his work and preview an upcoming visit to speak in Charlottesville.

Jacob Hacker Sep09

Jacob Hacker

Jacob Hacker discusses his new book about how Washington has turned its back on the middle class.

Ken Hughes

The tapes don’t lie— but Nixon did.

Amanda Lewis Sep01

Amanda Lewis

Sociologist and author Amanda Lewis joins Coy to discuss her new book exploring racial inequality in schools.

James Kilgore

America has 5% of the world’s population— yet 25% of the world’s prison population.

Kevin Barry

A new book considers the shocking and little-reported revelations from a top scientist at the CDC.

Stephen Nash Aug25

Stephen Nash

You’ve heard about “global” climate change— what about climate change right here in Virginia?

Michael Signer

What you don’t know about James Madison.

RIP Julian Bond

The University of Virginia’s Phyllis Leffler reflects on the passing of her colleague and friend, civil and human rights activist Julian Bond.

Charles Dew

What really caused the Civil War?

Chris Hedges

Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Chris Hedges joins Coy to discuss his new book Wages of Rebellion.

Doug Blackmon

Pulitzer Prize-winning author and historian Douglas Blackmon weighs in on the national conversation about the Confederate flag, the Civil War, the Lost Cause and the future of America’s struggle against racism.

Gary Gallagher

Noted Civil War historian Gary Gallagher joins Coy to explore the national conversation about the Confederate flag and the intersections of memory and history.

Robert Scheer

Legendary journalist and author Robert Scheer discusses his new book with Coy Barefoot.

Robert Futrell Jun25

Robert Futrell

Exploring the tragedy in Charleston with sociologist Robert Futrell, author of “American Swastika.”

Brian Balogh

University of Virginia Professor of History Brian Balogh, co-host of Public Radio’s Backstory program heard around the country, joins Coy to explore the national conversation about the display of the Confederate flag, balancing civil liberties, and his new book.