Oprah's Master Class l Today's Show: Oprah Winfrey, Pt 1
Today 3:00 am ET
Oprah opens up about her tumultuous childhood and adolescence and the lessons she still carries with her today. She tells little-known stories about her early days in television, including how losing her hair helped her gain a new sense of self. How did she find her purpose? What guides her and drives her to do her best?
Rebroadcast: Today 2:00 pm ET; Tonight 6:00 pm ET; Tomorrow 5:00 am ET; Tomorrow 12:00 pm ET
Iyanla l Today's Show: Fix My Fatherless Family
Today 6:00 am ET
Iyanla meets two brothers who say their absent father kept an explosive family secret from them for almost 4 decades.
Rebroadcast: Today 12:00 pm ET; Tomorrow 4:00 am ET; Tomorrow 1:00 pm ET
Oprah's Next Chapter l Today's Show: Tina Turner
Today 9:00 am ET
Oprah heads to the south of France for an intimate conversation with rock 'n' roll legend Tina Turner. In the only television interview following the iconic singer's recent wedding, Tina talks love, retirement and her private life in Switzerland.
Rebroadcast: Today 3:00 pm ET; Tomorrow 8:00 am ET; Tomorrow 5:00 pm ET
Oprah: Where Are They Now?
Tomorrow 10:00 am ET
In 1980, 83 million "Dallas" fans found themselves asking the pressing question: "Who shot J.R. Ewing?" Now, more than thirty years later, Linda Gray and Patrick Duffy are back on the set of the new "Dallas" as Sue Ellen and Bobby Ewing. Next Melissa Joan Hart and Joey Lawrence were both breakout stars in the 90s, and now they star together in the sitcom "Melissa & Joey." then, Marcus Dixon, the former NFL athlete who was a high school senior when he was convicted of statutory rape in a case that was racially divided, talks about how his life and career have been impacted. Finally, Marcia Clark, the head prosecutor in the O.J. Simpson murder trial, talks about life after the trial and how she discovered her new passion.
Rebroadcast: Tomorrow 2:00 pm ET
Oprah Radio Vault 1
Tomorrow 11:00 am ET
Is a move in your future? 50 million of us will box up and move our families each year. Peter backs up the moving van and offers advice on putting your stuff in its place, so you can get a fresh start and live a better life. Nate Berkus also stops by to talk about his new second home in New York City. Peter Walsh is "on the move" this week on Oprah Radio!
Oprah Radio Vault 2
Tomorrow 3:00 pm ET
Rev. Ed Bacon sits down with author William Gladstone to discuss his book, The Twelve. Will the human race ever stop to examine the problems we are facing? Tune in as they discuss how 2012 did not bring about the end of the world, but a new beginning for humanity - a beginning that starts with renewed spiritual connectedness towards each other.
Super Soul Sunday 1
Sun 12/22 6:00 am ET
Poet Mark Nepo shares the value of paying attention to the mesages we are receiving.
Rebroadcast: Sun 12/22 4:00 pm ET
Super Soul Sunday 2
Sun 12/22 7:00 am ET
Francine and David Wheeler lost their 6-year-old son Benjamin in the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting in December 2012. They share how suffering can be a catalyst for transformation.
Rebroadcast: Sun 12/22 5:00 pm ET
Super Soul Sunday 3
Sun 12/22 8:00 am ET
Oprah sits down with bestselling author, religious expert and TED prize winner Karen Armstrong to talk about the thread that Karen says is common to all the world's great religions: compassion.
Rebroadcast: Sun 12/22 6:00 pm ET
Super Soul Sunday 4
Sun 12/22 9:00 am ET
Oprah interviews Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz who shares the story of his inspiring rise from the housing projects to becoming an innovative leader of a company committed to fostering the human spirit "one person, one cup and one neighborhood at a time".
Rebroadcast: Sun 12/22 7:00 pm ET