Oprah and legendary activist Gloria Steinem sit down with 60 students at Barnard College, the most selective women's college in the country, for a dynamic, no-holds-barred discussion. Then, Oprah visits Gloria at her home for an in-depth, one-on-one conversation.
In his sermon, Bishop T.D. Jakes says God doesn't bless a person and say enough. He allows your cup to runneth over. Watch as Bishop Jakes reveals how he earned his fortune and what financial success means to him. Plus, what does Bishop Jakes think his father would say if he were alive today?
Oprah travels to India for the first time and meets Bollywood's biggest stars. Plus, Oprah visits Mumbai's infamous slums and has a traditional Indian meal at a home where four generations live under one roof.
He may be one of the nation's most influential spiritual leaders, but Bishop T.D. Jakes says he isn't perfect. Find out why he has to apologize every day. Plus, Bishop Jakes discusses religious freedom and his description of God.
On her first trip to India, Oprah wanted to visit the Mumbai district known as Colaba, where thousands of people live in cramped spaces and share bathroom facilities. Watch as the Hegde family gives Oprah a tour of the 10-foot-by-10-foot concrete room they call home.
In her first television interview, one week before being sentenced, Shaquan Duley sits down with Oprah Winfrey behind bars at the Orangeburg-Calhoun Regional Detention Center in Orangeburg, South Carolina. Plus, Oprah talks with the Duley family. Watch a sneak preview now; then, tune in Sunday, April 1, for the complete conversation.
In her first and only television interview, one week before being sentenced, Shaquan Duley sits down with Oprah Winfrey behind bars at the Orangeburg-Calhoun Regional Detention Center in Orangeburg, South Carolina. Watch the first 30 seconds of the show; then, tune in Sunday, April 1, at 9/8c for the complete conversation.
Shaquan Duley made national headlines after admitting to the police that she suffocated her 2-year-old and 18-month-old sons on August 16, 2010. The 29-year-old woman says she fought with her sister and mother that morning before taking her boys to her father's house. Duley says that after leaving his home, she drove to a gas station and purchased several packets of a combination pain remedy and sleep aid with the intention of overdosing herself and her sons. Watch as she discusses her state of mind at the time with Oprah.
After administering an unsuccessful overdose of a combination pain reliever and sleep aid to herself and her two young sons, Shaquan Duley made the decision to take their lives. Watch as she talks to Oprah about the horrific act.
After suffocating her two young sons in a hotel room, Shaquan Duley says, she tried to kill herself by driving into the North Edisto River in South Carolina with her sons' bodies strapped into their car seats. Watch as Duley talks to Oprah about how she got out of the car, whether the act was an attempted suicide or a cry for help, and why she confessed to the police.