Shonda Rhimes and Oprah Shonda Rhimes
The creator of Grey's Anatomy on color-blind casting, flawed characters, her post-9/11 adoption, and why the perfect husband would live next door.
December 2006

Oprah and Sean Combs Sean "P. Diddy" Combs
The multitalented, bling-studded mogul opens up about his life—his murdered father, the women he's loved (from his fierce mother to J.Lo to the one who's The One)—and argues rap lyrics and the N word with Oprah.
November 2006

Oprah and Barbra Streisand Barbra Streisand
The legendary singer/actress/director opens up about the moment she knew she had talent, her worries for today's world, and why her new tour is about "believing I am enough."
October 2006

Janet Fitch Janet Fitch
The White Oleander author discusses the nuts, bolts, and bolts of lightning of writing and how in our imaginations, we can be anyone.
September 2006

Oprah and Gayle King Oprah and Gayle, Uncensored
The two friends sit down for a startlingly honest chat about friendship, those tabloid rumors, and what Oprah really thought at Gayle's wedding. Lisa Kogan listens in.
August 2006

Oprah and Hugh Jackman Hugh Jackman
He's an X-Man, the Boy from Oz, and, in real life, a crazy-in-love husband and besotted dad. The incredibly talented Hugh Jackman talks about his Australian boyhood and the joy of living and acting in the moment.
June 2006

Mary J. Blige and Oprah Mary J. Blige
The diva who's gone from the baddest of bad girls to the best of good examples talks about drugs, alcohol, toxic friends, the lyrics she'd like to change, and the shock that turned her around.
May 2006

Meg Ryan Meg Ryan
What Meg found in India changed her perceptions forever. So did a baby-size bundle of sweetness named Charlotte True. Oprah talks to the actress about her unforgettable year.
April 2006

Paul Rusesabagina Paul Rusesabagina
The man who saved more than 1,200 lives and inspired the film Hotel Rwanda talks about his experiences during the Rwandan slaughter of 1994, survival, and resolving conflict with words.
March 2006

Geena Davis Geena Davis
The TV president explains how an Oscar-winning Mensa member can still be a doormat, how she came into her own, and why she married a man 15 years younger.
January 2006


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