Katie Couric is back on the mic with a whole new season of intimate, urgent and unexpected interviews. And she’s brimming with questions. Find out who’s on the receiving end of Katie's rapid-fire curiosity. New episodes drop every Thursday.
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This has been sitting in my box for awhile. It was raw, yet warm definitely enlightening.
Katie, I love you as a human being and as a journalist. You get to the humanity of the story and that’s the kind of journalism we need in the US (and indeed the whole, wide world) today. You give us a human storytelling in a country that often turns away from the whole human and the whole story. Thank you dear one. Keep up the good work. You give me hope, and that means everything.
I’ve enjoyed reading Singletary’s financial advice columns over the years, but never knew about the obstacles she faced in her life and career. This was a very moving interview and Katie always asks just the right questions.
They were not connecting. Seemed like she was just trying to get through the questions then ended with “wow you are something “ lololol oh WP
So glad you created this Podcast. I always loved watching your newscasts. The world needs honest, open and intelligent news like yours. Thank you!
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