Five Marty Moss-Coane Interviews To Hear
The Radio Times host has had some incredible guests

Radio Times host Marty Moss-Coane has sat down with all walks of life in the 30-plus years she’s been working in radio. Below, we’ve rounded up some seriously-interesting interviews. Give them a listen:

Salman Rushdie
The British Indian novelist and essayist’s “The Satanic Verses” was the subject of major controversy – even death threats and a calling for his assassination by the Ayatollah Ruhollak Khomeini, the Supreme Leader of Iran. For almost a decade, he lived under police protection and in fear of his life. In this interview, Rushdie talks about his memoir and life in this deeply personal, and interesting, interview.

Leslie Odom Jr.
Tony-award winning Odom Jr. stops by Radio Times to talk about his role as Aaron Burr in “Hamilton.”

Maurice Sendak
Author of “Where the Wild Things Are,” tells Marty Moss-Coane about his work as an illustrator and children’s’ author and how, sometimes, he doesn’t necessarily write with children in mind.

Maya Angelou
Almost 30 years ago for Fresh Air, Moss-Coane sat down with the prolific and celebrated poet. In this intimate one-on-one, Angelou and Moss-Coane talk about the poet’s remarkable creative process and life.

Dan Rather
The veteran journalist has interviewed every president since Eisenhower (yes, really.) Sitting down with Moss-Coane, Rather talks his book, journalism and his hopes for the future.


Don’t miss the chance to hear from Marty Moss-Coane at our Women’s Empowerment Series on Dec. 11.

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