Jeff Guinn, author of “The Road To Jonestown,” from episode 813
The Detroit Cast speaks with Jeff Guinn about his new book "The Road To Jonestown - Jim Jones and Peoples Temple," covering Jones' rise to power as leader of the Peoples Temple and the events leading to the group's mass suicide in Guyana.
Jenny Nordbak, author of “The Scarlett Letters,” from episode 810
The Detroit Cast speaks with Jenny Nordbak about her new book "The Scarlett Letters - My Secret Year of Men in an L.A. Dungeon," documenting her experience as a dominatrix and the array of client fetishes she encountered.
Debbie Schlussel, former Fox News contributor, from episode 806
The Detroit Cast speaks with Debbie Schlussel about personal interactions with Fox News' Sean Hannity that she found "creepy" and "awkward," as well as others' sexual harassment claims against Bill O'Reilly and Roger Ailes.
Benjamin Crump, civil rights attorney, from episode 795
The Detroit Cast speaks with Benjamin Crump about his new show "You the Jury" and his involvement in high-profile civil rights cases, including his representations of the families of Trayvon Martin, Michael Brown, and Terence Crutcher.
Mark Eglinton, author of “So Let It Be Written,” from episode 793
The Detroit Cast speaks with Mark Eglinton about his book "So Let It Be Written - The Biography of Metallica's James Hetfield," detailing Hetfield and Metallica's rise to prominence in the world of rock.