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2020

6 Jan. 2020
Episode dated 6 January 2020
TV host Kevin Frazier ("Entertainment Tonight"); Ian Bremmer, president of Eurasia Group; TV personality Oprah Winfrey; actor RuPaul;
 
7 Jan. 2020
Episode dated 7 January 2020
Country band Rascal Flatts; author Daniel Levitin (book, "Successful Aging");
 
10 Jan. 2020
Episode dated 10 January 2020
Author Christy Harrison (book, "Anti-Diet: Reclaim Your Time, Money, Well-Being, and Happiness Through Intuitive Eating");
 
13 Jan. 2020
Episode dated 13 January 2020
Dr. Carla Hayden announces the appointment of a new National Ambassador for Young People's Literature;
 
15 Jan. 2020
Episode dated 15 January 2020
Rising alcohol prices; former Hillary Clinton campaign manager Robby Mook; former Marco Rubio campaign manager Terry Sullivan;
 
17 Jan. 2020
Episode dated 17 January 2020
Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-Minn), 2020 Democratic presidential candidate; chef Marcus Samuelsson;
 
20 Jan. 2020
Episode dated 20 January 2020
A preview of Lizzo on "The Gayle King Grammy Special"; Martin Luther King Jr's family members read one of his iconic speeches; singer Michael McDonald;
 
21 Jan. 2020
Episode dated 21 January 2020
A preview of the Jonas Brothers on "The Gayle King Grammy Special"; TV personality Oprah Winfrey announces a new book club selection;
 
22 Jan. 2020
Episode dated 22 January 2020
A preview of Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani on "The Gayle King Grammy Special"; political consultant Brad Parscale; actor Patrick Stewart (Star Trek: Picard (2020));
 
23 Jan. 2020
Episode dated 23 January 2020
A preview of Billie Eilish on "The Gayle King Grammy Special";
 
27 Jan. 2020
Episode dated 27 January 2020
Entertainment Tonight (1981) co-host Kevin Frazier; Gretchen Rubin, host of "Happier" podcast; the death of Kobe Bryant;
 
28 Jan. 2020
Episode dated 28 January 2020
Actor Joe Mantegna (Criminal Minds (2005)); T.D. Jakes, founder of The Potter's House;
 
29 Jan. 2020
Episode dated 29 January 2020
Jeanine Poggi, editor of "Ad Age"; Jon Favreau, co-founder of Crooked Media; Diana Taurasi and Sue Bird, professional basketball players;
 
3 Feb. 2020
Episode dated 3 February 2020
Former professional basketball player Lisa Leslie; actress Claire Danes ("Homeland");
 
4 Feb. 2020
Episode dated 4 February 2020
Actress Edie Falco ("Tommy"); former professional basketball player Lisa Leslie;
 
6 Feb. 2020
Episode dated 6 February 2020
Activist Elizabeth Smart; executive producers Kumail Nanjiani and Emily V. Gordon ("Little America");
 
10 Feb. 2020
Episode dated 10 February 2020
TV host Kevin Frazier ("Entertainment Tonight"); retired professional basketball player Kareem Abdul-Jabbar ("Black Patriots"); podcaster Gretchen Rubin;
 
11 Feb. 2020
Episode dated 11 February 2020
Author Madeline Levine (book, "Ready or Not: Preparing Our Kids to Thrive in an Uncertain and Rapidly Changing World");
 
12 Feb. 2020
Episode dated 12 February 2020
Attorneys Fred Gray and Benjamin Crump;
 
14 Feb. 2020
Episode dated 14 February 2020
Happy Valentine's Day; author Lisa Damour;
 
17 Feb. 2020
Episode dated 17 February 2020
Presidents Day; H. Beecher Hicks and Dr. Dina Bennett, president and senior curator for the National Museum of African-American Music; podcaster Gretchen Rubin;
 
18 Feb. 2020
Episode dated 18 February 2020
Author Gordon Corera; author Susan Fowler; models Beverly Johnson and Winnie Harlow;
 
21 Feb. 2020
Episode dated 21 February 2020
Author Steven Levy (book, "Facebook: The Inside Story");
 
24 Feb. 2020
Episode dated 24 February 2020
Author Rahm Emanuel (book, "The Nation City");
 
25 Feb. 2020
Episode dated 25 February 2020
Rep. James Clyburn (D-S.C.), House Majority Whip; Rep. Bennie Thompson (D-Miss), House Homeland Security Committee chairman; author Mark Hyman;
 
26 Feb. 2020
Episode dated 26 February 2020
Author Suze Orman (book, "The Ultimate Retirement Guide for 50+: Winning Strategies to Make Your Money Last a Lifetime");
 
27 Feb. 2020
Episode dated 27 February 2020
The Academy of Country Music Awards nominations announcement;
 
28 Feb. 2020
Episode dated 28 February 2020
Viola David and Julius Tennon, co-executive producers of the MLK Time exhibit; a juror from the Harvey Weinstein sexual abuse trial;
 
2 Mar. 2020
Episode dated 2 March 2020
Author David Plouffe (book, "A Citizen's Guide to Beating Donald Trump"), former Barack Obama campaign manager;
 
3 Mar. 2020
Episode dated 3 March 2020
Caroline Fairchild, managing news editor at LinkedIn;