The Alcove with Mark Molaro

About this original series

The Alcove with Mark Molaro is a young, smart and authentic feature interview program that sits down with the world's most interesting and thoughtful guests. Based in New York City, we engage the best from film, media, technology, the arts, activism, spirituality, business, and politics. A smart, global generation deserves a smart interview program - The Alcove with Mark Molaro is where authentic conversation comes to life.Check us out at www.markmolaro.com

Episodes of The Alcove with Mark Molaro

    • Wikipedia's Jimmy Wales on The Alcove

      Jimmy Wales, the man behind Wikipedia sits down for an in-depth discussion of the celebrated open source online encyclopedia and community. He discusses the philosophy behind Wikipedia as well as it’s current and future designs for growth and innovation.

      • Release date
        May 26, 2009
      • Runtime
        17:41
    • David Grewal author of Network Power on The Alcove

      David Grewal sits down for an in-depth conversation about his new book Network Power. The book analyzes the social dynamics of the often controversial area of globalization. Grewal is seeking a new understanding of globalization and discusses his findings in this conversation.

      • Release date
        Apr 1, 2009
      • Runtime
        24:33
    • Amity Shlaes

      Amity Shales discusses her bestselling book on the history of The Great Depression “The Forgotten Man”. Shlaes is a syndicated columnist and a Senior Fellow at The Council on Foreign Relations. In this discussion she helps put our current global economic crisis in perspective by providing a new context on what worked and what didn’t work to fix The Great Depression of the 1930’s.

      • Release date
        Feb 26, 2009
      • Runtime
        13:30
    • Thomas Frank

      The incomparable Thomas Frank engages in a wide-ranging conversation on The Alcove. The Wall Street Journal columnist and author of both “What’s the Matter With Kansas?” and his new book “The Wrecking Crew” discusses the recent election, the economic crisis and the staggering corporate corruption in Washington today

      • Release date
        Feb 5, 2009
      • Runtime
        41:54
    • David Smick

      Renowned economic and financial strategist David Smick sits down for an informative discussion of his new book “The World Is Curved”. Smick gives a highly informative and thoughtful explanation on how we got into the present global economic crisis, and how we and hopefully the new President Barack Obama and other world leaders can pull us out of this dire situation.

      • Release date
        Jan 25, 2009
      • Runtime
        30:18
    • Carl Bernstein

      Watergate journalist and bestselling Hillary Clinton biographer Carl Bernstein sits down for a candid and fascinating conversation on The Alcove.

      • Release date
        Jan 16, 2009
      • Runtime
        25:18
    • Rich Lowry

      Great conversation with Rich Lowry, author, syndicated columnist and editor of “National Review.”

      • Release date
        Jan 7, 2009
      • Runtime
        12:16
    • Campbell Brown

      A rare and personal conversation with Campbell Brown, anchor of the highly popular CNN program “Campbell Brown: No Bias. No Bull.”

      • Release date
        Dec 15, 2008
      • Runtime
        18:43
    • Tina Brown of "The Daily Beast" on The Alcove wi...

      Lively and candid conversation with Tina Brown, the founder and editor-in-chief of the highly regarded news website “The Daily Beast” The former editor of Vanity Fair and The New Yorker discusses her new website, media, celebrity, and politics and does it with an intelligence and flair that only Tina Brown can.

      • Release date
        Dec 14, 2008
      • Runtime
        15:41
    • Historian Rick Shenkman

      Shenkman discusses our need to focus on the electorate’s general lack of informed understanding of civics and what is important in our political process.

      • Release date
        Sep 18, 2008
      • Runtime
        36:37