First, chief national political correspondent for The New York Times Richard Berke discusses the first 100 days of the new Bush Administration. Though the beginning of the Bush tenure has run smoothly, Berke talks with Charlie about the president's lack of experience on the national front. Then, distinguished writers Arthur Miller, Nora Ephron, John Guare & Frances Fitzgerald discuss the writers' organization PEN. PEN was founded in the wake of WWI by a group of European writers who felt that literature was a cause the went beyond political boundaries. Finally, Tobias Schneebaum is on to talk about his new book, Keep the River on your Right. It tells the story of Schneebaum's life living among Cannibalistic tribes in New Guinea and it is also being adapted into a documentary film by the same name.This product is manufactured on demand using DVD-R recordable media. Amazon.com's standard return policy will apply.