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Tell Me More with Kelly Corrigan is a series that inspires, educates and entertains. Hosted by four-time New York Times bestselling author Kelly Corrigan, the show features insightful conversations with notable guests, reflecting on their lives and the impact they can have on their worlds.

Dr. Angela Duckworth on knowing what is healthy, but not implementing it in our habits.
W. Kamau Bell on his experience of spirituality and social division around America.
Bret Scher discusses the two changes he’d make for society in regards to food.
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Kelly, Dr. Duckworth, JerDrema Virginia Flynt and Will McQuiston discuss human behavior.
Kelly, Dr. Abernethy, BJ Miller and W. Kamau Bell discuss spirituality and well-being.
Kelly and Dr. Bret Scher, Dr. Michael Lenoir and Cava Menzies discuss modern nutrition.
Kelly hosts a roundtable to discuss the role of movement in wellness.
Kelly speaks with Dr. Matthew Walker about the benefits of a good night’s sleep.
Kelly, Esther Perel, Katie Couric and Timothy Goodman discuss connection.
Kelly leads a conversation on mental health disorders and therapies.
Kelly speaks with Dr. Collins, former director of the National Institutes of Health.
Kelly speaks with Dr. Dima Amso about childhood development and the role of nurture.
Kelly discusses the current state of well-being in America with a panel of health experts.
Cultural commentator David Brooks on repairing our social fabric through deep listening.
CEO of Thrive Global, Arianna Huffington, on beating burnout with behavioral change.
Pain psychologist Rachel Zoffness analyzes the science of pain and its myths.
U.S. Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg on designing for safety and equity.
Writer Linda Villarosa talks about racial health disparities and how to make progress.
Army Col. (Ret.) Gregory D. Gadson on resilience and the role purpose plays in success.
Former Chairman and CEO of IBM Ginni Rometty talks about inclusion and leading by example.
Pulitzer Prize winner and sociologist Matthew Desmond on the socioeconomic gap in the U.S.
Inventor and student scientist Gitanjali Rao on innovation in service of social needs.
Kelly introduces the sixth season of the series and its theme: making it in America.
Comedian Neal Brennan talks about his life in comedy and its current landscape.
Musician, author and philanthropist Jewel revisits her journey into becoming a music star.
Del Seymour speaks to lasting solutions to solving issues of addiction and homelessness.
Cognitive scientist Maya Shankar shares insights on change, identity, and the human brain.
World-renowned pianist Lang Lang speaks on his life’s work, discipline, and family.
Actress Constance Wu talks about her upbringing, acting and screen representation.
Best-selling author Michael Lewis reflects on expertise, character writing and grief.
Former president of Planned Parenthood Cecile Richards talks about intrinsic activism.
Actor and writer Selma Blair shares personal stories and talks about transcending labels.
Neuroscientist Lisa Feldman Barrett explains and breaks down myths about the human brain.
Academy award nominee and best-selling author Nick Hornby talks about writing.
Dave Eggers speaks to his non-profit work and his interest in remaining optimistic.
Former Solicitor General of the United States Neal Katyal talks government and justice.
Journalist Katie Couric speaks about the history of news media and her personal journey.
Omar Tate speaks to the culinary history of America and the legacy that drives his work.
Mahogany L. Browne speaks to the role that poetry plays in self and community empowerment.
Angela Duckworth speaks to the fundamentals around grit, self-perception and optimism.
Anthony Ray Hinton spent nearly 30 years on death row for a crime he didn’t commit.
Lilly Singh joins Kelly to discuss how a new generation is finding themselves online.
Kate Bowler talks with Kelly about how her colon cancer diagnosis challenged her faith.
Dr. Wendy Suzuki explains the importance and relevance of developing the hippocampus.
Matt Walker speaks on the optimal amount of hours of sleep we should get a night.
Esther Perel discusses the importance of life-long trial and error in relationships.
Dr. Williams speaks on the impact of brain imaging technology on mental health research.
Dr. Collins points out how to distinguish reputable news from misinformation.
Dr. Dima Amso and the complexity that’s often overlooked when discussing upbringing.
Thought-provoking interviews on what it means to be “well,” conducted by Kelly Corrigan.
The farce of ‘fix-all’ health solutions and the importance of tailored routines.
David Brooks breaks down the American relational crisis and our devolving social skills.
Arianna Huffington on downtime in the human operating system as a feature, not a bug.
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