The Last SurvivorThis week, Martha is joined by Woody Williams, the only surviving Marine to have received the Medal of Honor during World War II. Martha and Woody discuss how his upbringing helped him through boot camp, the differences between Guam and Iwo Jima, and how it felt to receive the Medal of Honor.
Hit HardThis week, Martha sat down with Pat McLeod and Tammy McLeod, authors of the memoir, 'Hit Hard: One Family's Journey of Letting Go of What Was-And Learning to Live Well with What Is.' Pat and Tammy share the story of their son Zack's devastating football injury and how they found strength in tragedy.
From Combat to CongressThis week, Martha sat down with Congressman and former Navy SEAL Dan Crenshaw, to hear how his service to the country has extended from the field, to Capitol Hill. He shared his untold story of resilience after a devastating injury and losing is right eye while on duty in Afghanistan.
A Brutal 3 Day FightThis week, Martha sat down with film director/producer, Tim Gray, for a behind the scenes look at his latest documentary, 'D-Day at Pointe du Hoc.' Ahead of the 75th anniversary of D-Day, the award-winning filmmaker shared the inspiring untold stories of these World War II veterans.
Point of ViewThis week, Martha sat down with Elisabeth Hasselbeck, former 'Fox & Friends' host and former host of 'The View' on ABC. The television personality shared her 'Untold Story' of her 10 years on the all-female talk show, why she decided it was time to write her new book, 'Point of View,' and more.
Pushing the LimitsThis week, Martha sat down with Victor Davis Hanson, military historian, columnist, and author of the book 'The Case for Trump,' to share his untold story of growing up on a multi-generational farm. Hanson unfolds why he decided to write his new book and his opinions on today's political landscape.
Mostly SunnyThis week, Martha sat down with Fox News' chief meteorologist, Janice Dean, to talk about her new book, 'Mostly Sunny: How I Learned to Keep Smiling Through the Rainiest Days.' Janice shares her untold story of her early days working in radio, her experience with workplace harassment, and more.