The well known Israeli author, David Grossman, speaks with Dan Raviv (for the CBS News Weekend Roundup), about his novel "Falling Out of Time" -- a universal tale of parents grieving for dead children -- which has been adapted as a play that is now in Washington DC at Theater J.
Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Fred Kaplan's latest book is "Dark Territory: The Secret History of Cyber War." He's interviewed by CBS News correspondent Dan Raviv for the radio broadcast, CBS News Weekend Roundup.
John Donvan and Caren Zucker, authors of "In a Different Key: The Story of Autism" were in the CBS News Weekend Roundup studio with host, Dan Raviv. Here's the 8-minute interview.
Filmmaker Aviva Kempner's latest documentary is "Rosenwald," on a Jewish philanthropist (head of Sears Roebuck a century ago) who donated money for 5,000 schools for black children in the South and Southwest. Interviewed by Dan Raviv on CBS News Weekend Roundup. More info at RosenwaldFilm.org .
Patty Marx, former SNL and "Rugrats" writer now on The New Yorker staff, tells CBS's Dan Raviv how her anxiety about losing brain power led to her amusing and informative book, Let's Be Less Stupid: An Attempt to Maintain My Mental Faculties. (This is an excerpt from the August 21, 2015, CBS News Weekend Roundup.)
Geoff Colvin, a Fortune editor and CBS Radio contributor, is interviewed by Dan Raviv (CBS News correspondent) on Colvin's new book, "Humans are Underrated: What High Achievers Know that Brilliant Machines Never Will"
Jimmy Carter, who had a terrible time with Iran as President from 1977 to 1981 -- especially because 52 Americans were held hostage by Iran -- tells Dan Raviv on the CBS News Weekend Roundup that a nuclear deal with Iran can be trusted, if Secretary of State Kerry endorses it. Carter also talks about his new book, "A Full Life: Reflections at 90."
Michael Oren offers Dan Raviv a look inside the unique relationship between America and its ally Israel
Former Ambassador Michael Oren discusses his new book ALLY: My Journey Across the American-Israeli Divide with CBS News Correspondent Dan Raviv.
Dina Gold discusses "Stolen Legacy" -- her new book on her fight for property seized by Nazis in Berlin. The interviewer, on the CBS News Weekend Roundup, is Dan Raviv. Gold's publisher is Ankerwycke, the new imprint of the American Bar Association. (The fight for stolen property may remind some of the recent Helen Mirren movie, "Woman in Gold," another true story.)
A former deputy (and acting) director of the CIA, Michael Morell -- now a CBS News analyst -- dips into his 33-year career with the Agency to reflect on the post-9/11 wars: including the dangers of easing the pressure on terrorists. Morell was on the CBS News Weekend Roundup interviewed by Dan Raviv (May 15, 2015).