Nov 1, 2013 — In Johnny Carson, debuting at No. 13, Carson's lawyer Henry Bushkin tells the comedian's story.
Oct 29, 2012 — Novelist Matthew Quick finds the funny side of a mental patient's recovery, while Anthony Horowitz reimagines Sherlock Holmes. In nonfiction, comedian Darrell Hammond recounts his traumatic childhood, Regis Philbin tracks his rise to TV greatness, and MTV gets its own history book.
Oct 3, 2012 — Novelist Don DeLillo collects his short stories, retired Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens reflects on his career, Lawrence Lessig looks at money and power in politics, and comedians Ellen DeGeneres and John Hodgman poke fun at life's sunny and gloomy sides.
Nov 14, 2011 — On Friday, Regis Philbin will step down from his hosting duties on the talk show Live with Regis and Kelly. But that doesn't mean he's retiring. In his new memoir, How I Got This Way, Philbin chronicles the twists and turns of his career and explains where he plans to go next.
Oct 6, 2011 — With her dogged optimism and goofy dance moves, there is something endlessly likeable about DeGeneres, and her personality jumps off every page. Seriously ... I'm Kidding is a mirthful celebrity memoir that manages to entertain without divulging juicy bits of gossip.
Sep 23, 2011 — One Day, a riveting love story of heartache and romance, is on the list for a 12th week.
Aug 20, 2011 — Danish director Lone Scherfig is making a name for herself as a female director whose movies tend to focus on human relationships. "I like to see losers win," she says. Her latest film, One Day, chronicles a day in the life of two characters over the course of 20 years.
Jul 14, 2011 — NPR coverage of One Day by David Nicholls. News, author interviews, critics' picks and more.
May 25, 2011 — Summer reading picks are on the way: the movie tie-in edition of David Nicholl's U.K. sensation One Day and the latest from John Grisham and Stephen King. In nonfiction, it's time to get superfreaky about economics, and comedian Jimmy Fallon offers a little thanks.
Nov 9, 2010 — Dick Cavett didn't do interviews — he held conversations. And in the 1960s and '70s, he held conversations with the likes of Katharine Hepburn, John Lennon, Richard Nixon and Groucho Marx. Cavett reflects on his long television career in his new book, Talk Show.