Author Stephanie Winston Wolkoff reveals to Danielle and co-splainer Julia Ioffe why she decided to record — and release — damaging personal conversations with the First Lady
From Obscure Catalogue Model to Vogue Cover Girl
Turns out being nice is a better evolutionary strategy than being a jerk, according to Vanessa Woods, co-author with Brian Hare of the bestselling, The Genius of Dogs

Covid sure makes dating difficult — but it might offer the perfect chance to review and improve your love game. Dating coach Evan Mark Katz reveals the common mistakes made by otherwise successful single women. PLUS: Danielle & Meghan Cox Gurdon air their dispute over the controversial film “Cuties.”

How the Pandemic Has Transformed Childhood. Despite being holed up and doing classwork via Zoom, boredom has helped kids grow and gain independence through the pandemic, according to our guest Lenore Skenazy, founder of the Let Grow Foundation. Meghan Cox Gurdon joins Danielle as co-splainer to discuss surprising findings of new research.

The brilliant ex-NYT’s journalist joins Danielle & co-splainer Caitlin Flanagan for a lively, gossipy, and provocative season opener.

Best-selling author Sandra Tsing Loh wonders why her journey through middle-age is defined by clutter and dead mice rather than sandy beaches and luxury cruises. She urges Danielle and co-splainer Meghan Cox Gurdon to explore their inner goddesses, who may turn out to be named Karen.

Author and Nation contributor JoAnn Wypijewski joins Danielle and co-splainer Emily Yoffe to discuss how the movement simplifies the complexity of sexual politics into good and evil. PLUS: Emily offers her guide to the “taxonomy of cancellation.”

Anne Applebaum & David Frum once clinked glasses with Tucker Carlson, Viktor Orban & many others who’ve since turned to the dark side. Now, in our continuing summer author series, they discuss with Danielle what went wrong with their old friends.

What happens when a young woman’s libido clashes with her politics? Daphne Merkin & Meghan Daum join Danielle in our ongoing summer author series. PLUS: Merkin reveals what Ronan Farrow would prefer you didn’t know.

From injecting testosterone to undergoing double mastectomies, choosing to be “trans” is the new bulimia among thousands of young women, author Abigail Shrier tells Danielle and guest co-splainer Caitlin Flanagan.

An affair with Jack Nicholson. Advice from Audrey Hepburn. Parties with Joan Didion. Susanna Moore, author of the new memoir “Miss Aluminum,” regales Danielle and guest co-host Caitlin Flanagan with stories of her time at the center of celebrity in the 1960s & 1970s.

The Atlantic contributor and author of the new book “Trumpocalypse” veers away from politics to reflect on the cultural issues ravaging the country as well as his own journey as a writer, thinker, father, and yes — husband to co-splainer Danielle.

The Atlantic’s Emily Yoffe, The Bulwark’s Mona Charen, and Harvard Law Professor Janet Halley join Danielle to discuss Tara Reade, Title IX, “Believe Women” double standards, and more.

The longstanding feud between married mothers and feminists has its origins in the battle over the Equal Rights Amendment of the early 1970s, as depicted in the new Hulu series starring Cate Blanchett. The Atlantic’s Caitlin Flanagan and ERA opponent Phyllis Schlafly’s daughter, Anne, join Christina and Danielle to debate the series’ importance … and inaccuracies.

Bestselling novelist Emily St. John Mandel (“Station Eleven”) joins Pulitzer-prize-winning historian Anne Applebaum, the WSJ’s Meghan Cox Gurdon, and Danielle to discuss coping with the ongoing pandemic, Mandel’s latest novel, and more.

The “Rubin Report” host opens up to Christina & Danielle about living political and sexual lies, touring with Jordan Peterson, and more from his new book “Don’t Burn This Book.” PLUS the upside of quarantine, COVID fantasies, and more.

The comedian joins Christina, Danielle, and the Daily Beast’s Molly Jong-Fast to riff on social isolation, Louis CK & cancel culture, the Sussexes in exile, and more.

Why are so many successful women attracted to abusers and philanderers? Katie Roiphe joins Christina & Danielle to discuss her new book “The Power Notebooks” to discuss this and other sexual imbalances.