Started in 1988, "Dialogue" was originally a weekly radio program that featured conversations with important public figures, journalists, authors and other prominent persons. The program has grown since then to include a television series and it remains based at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars. The program is hosted by George Liston Seay, and visitors can click on "About the Host" to learn more about his background. Additionally, the site contains a "Recent Programs" area where visitors can browse through a subject index of past shows, and also listen (and look) at past programs dating back to 1998. Some recent programs of note include "Communicating Across Cultures" with Professor Lawrence Rosen of Princeton University and policy scholar William Krist on "Planting Policy: American Agriculture and World Trade".