Radio host Lee Habeeb continues his colorful in-studio discussion with Eric, bringing attention to the tales not often told by the media.
It’s a patriotic encore of Eric's dramatic reading of “Yankee Doodle Mugsy,” complete with sound effects and music! Also, Michelle Kamhi shows the dangers of removing meaning from artistic expression.
Tune in for a very special reading of Eric’s patriotic children’s book, “Yankee Doodle Mugsy”... And art critic Michelle Kamhi continues discussing the current state of art in the postmodern world.
Columnist and talk radio host Lee Habeeb joins Eric in the studio to share the importance of telling interesting and inspirational stories.
Michelle Kamhi returns to the studio to talk with Eric about the true nature and beauty of art with insights from her book, "Who Says That's Art?"
Part two of Eric's interview with astrophysicist Brian Keating discussing “Losing the Nobel Prize: A Story of Cosmology, Ambition, and the Perils of Science's Highest Honor."
Young inspirational speaker Chloe Howard joins Eric in studio to share her experiences with a club foot and promote her new book, “Stand Beautiful.”
Astrophysicist Brian Keating sheds light on the often political and destructive nature of the Nobel Prize in his new book, “Losing the Nobel Prize.”
Monica Crowley and Eric touch on what the retirement of Justice Kennedy will mean for the Supreme Court as they continue their in-studio discussion.
Gordon Robertson, CEO of the Christian Broadcasting Network, touts the impact of Israeli philanthropists in CBN’s new documentary, “To Life: How Israeli Volunteers Are Changing the World."
Political commentator and author Monica Crowley sits down with Eric in an attempt to make sense of today’s crazy political climate.
Author and filmmaker Jared Brock highlights the life of abolitionist and 40-year-slave Josiah Henson in his book, “The Road to Dawn” (Encore Presentation).