This week, Ashley and Mike have three great guests. First, Howard Blum discusses his insights into the recent capture of Bryan Kohberger, the suspect in the gruesome murder of four University of Idaho students that has riveted the country for the past two months. Next, it’s been 50 years since Robert Redford and Barbra Streisand starred in The Way We Were. It’s a movie that seemed doomed at the time it was being filmed, yet it endures. And who better than James Wolcott to explain how and why it has become a classic? Then, a special surprise: actress and singer Rita Wilson will share her answers to a few of life’s most pressing questions—and more. All this makes this week’s show one you won’t want to miss. Listen by clicking Play below. But be sure to subscribe at Apple Podcasts or Spotify so you get every episode.

Episode 121: How “The Way We Were” Became a “Casablanca” for Boomers

Plus: Rita Wilson discusses her new album; Howard Blum takes us inside the Idaho murders; and more