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Premieres Tuesday, October 4, 2022 (check local listings)
The series touches on poignant subjects to inspire, educate and entertain.
New York Times Best-Selling Author Kelly Corrigan returns for an all-new season of Tell Me More. Throughout ten episodes, Corrigan conducts inspiring and thought-provoking interviews with notable guests, reflecting on their lives and contributions to a better society. New episodes will premiere weekly beginning Tuesday, October 4, 2022, on PBS stations nationwide (check local listings) and are available for streaming on PBS.org and the PBS Video app. Watch the first episode of the season featuring psychologist Angela Duckworth here!
Tell Me More Season Four features compelling, one-on-one conversations with psychologist Angela Duckworth, poet Mahogany L. Browne, chef Omar Tate, journalist Katie Couric, lawyer Neal Katyal, authors Dave Eggers and Nicky Hornby, neuroscientist Lisa Feldman Barrett, actress Selma Blair, and activist Cecile Richards.
Tell Me More with Kelly Corrigan Season 4, Episode 1: Angela Duckworth
Tuesday, October 4, 2022
Kelly Corrigan speaks to New York Times best-selling author and University of Pennsylvania professor of psychology Angela Duckworth about self-perception, grit, and passion. They discuss the importance of optimism and dedication as it relates to success and debunk the notion of determinism.
LINK TO CLIPS FROM “Angela Duckworth”
Angela Duckworth speaks on how individuals manage “Imposter Syndrome” and how the passions are discovered and developed throughout our lives lead to success.
Angela Duckworth thinks society is ready for a psychological revolution to enhance our emotional intelligence about depression, anxiety, and motivations.
About TELL ME MORE
In Tell Me More with Kelly Corrigan, celebrated author Kelly Corrigan combines deep curiosity and perfectly articulated insights through live events, produced videos, and podcast episodes. From battling cancer and coping with loss to grappling with motherhood and marriage, Kelly’s writing has connected widely with American audiences emotionally. O Magazine calls Kelly “the voice of a generation,” and the Huffington Post dubbed her “the poet Laureate of the ordinary.” Tell Me More will leverage Kelly’s twin abilities to connect and engage through personal essays and heartfelt conversation before a live audience.
Link to watch recent episodes: pbs.org/show/tell-me-more-kelly-corrigan