Robert Scheer

In this week’s episode of KCRW’s “Scheer Intelligence,” Robert Scheer talks to Jere Van Dyk, who has reported on Afghanistan
Norman Lear is a television icon, known for bringing controversial political elements into popular TV shows. Outside of his
Nonviolent forms of activism are in the spotlight in the wake of neo-Nazi demonstrations around the country. Dolores Huerta
Sabaah Folayan and Damon Davis’ new documentary “Whose Streets?” may take the recent racial justice movement out of Ferguson
Sarah Pillsbury does not have a conventional Hollywood career. On top of producing such films as “Desperately Seeking Susan
Jonathan Taplin, the founding director of the USC Annenberg Innovation Lab, doesn’t believe in the “internet revolution.” In
Robert Rosenthal knows groundbreaking journalism. The award-winning reporter, now the executive director of The Center for
When documentary filmmaker Brian Knappenberger set out to make a film about Hulk Hogan’s lawsuit against Gawker Media, he
Melvin Goodman has more than four decades of experience working in American intelligence, including 24 years at the CIA, where
In this week’s episode of KCRW’s “Scheer Intelligence,” Robert Scheer interviews Rebecca Carroll about race, her writing