Sir Norman Foster is the mastermind behind some of the world’s most iconic buildings. With Max Tholl, he discussed how architecture helps us communicate, where our fascination with bigness stems from, and why we need to do more with less.
The films of David Lynch will leave you baffled and pondering. The good news: he feels exactly the same. Lynch talked to Max Tholl about mental fishing trips, torturing audiences, and our obsession with mystery.
Carl Bildt has been Foreign Minister of Sweden since 2006 and was Prime Minister from 1991-1994. He spoke with WorldPost editor-in-chief Nathan Gardels earlier this week at a conference on the Ukraine Crisis at Harvard University’s Center for European Studies co-hosted with The WorldPost.
Europe is experiencing one of its biggest crises ever. As former chief economic adviser to Manuel Barroso, Philippe Legrain was right at the heart of it. He told Christoph Hosang why the policy response to the eurozone crisis has been catastrophic and what kind of alternative approach is needed.
Canadian pianist Chilly Gonzales is the enfant terrible of the classical music world. He told Sara Steinert and Thore Barfuss why pop music triumphs over classical music and how he attempts to change that by bothering people.
Vivian Maier led a double life. Working as a nanny for wealthy American families, she spent all of her free time as street photographer. But she never shared her work with anyone. In the movie "Finding Vivian Maier", John Maloof and Charlie Siskel explore the legacy of an unknown artist.