The entertainment we choose to watch says a lot about our character. Inspiring movies transform us with magical, adventurous, funny, or poignant stories. Choosing inspiring TV shows allows us to get to know characters we'd like to emulate. Actor interviews bring an even deeper dimension of fun and excitement to quality entertainment.
In this story from February 1973, Emmy-winning actor E. G. Marshall shares how the religious training he received as a child stayed with him for the rest of his life.
Dr. Henry Louis Gates, Jr. talks with African-American leaders, from Oprah to Senator Raphael Warnock, on the role of the Black Church in American history, then and now.Continue reading
Why a movie about a Korean-American family moving to rural Arkansas resonates with so many people. The director and actors weigh in.Continue reading
His wife had terminal cancer. His friend moved in to help. The true story behind the film Our Friend.Continue reading
The cast talk about blended families, believing in Santa and why this movie is so important right now.Continue reading
In this story from November 1985, Richard Schneider interviews Lew Ayres, an actor who took a principled stand and saw his career suffer for it.Continue reading
In this story from February 1952, actor Gene Lockhart shares how he came to know God’s blessings, His mercies and His presence.Continue reading