Podcast episodes

Robby Soave on what makes Zillenials tick and Libertarianism

Robby Soave is an award-winning American journalist based in Washington, D.C. He is an editor at Reason. He enjoys writing about college news, education policy, criminal justice reform, and television. Soave has penned articles for The New York Times, New…

Laura Nirider on Un-Making a Murderer

Laura Nirider is a lawyer and the co-director of the Center on Wrongful Convictions of Youth. 

Nirider represents individuals who were wrongfully convicted of crimes when they were children or teenagers and specialises in areas such as confessions…

Binalakshmi Nepram working for peace and freedom in Manipur

Binalakshmi Nepram is a humanitarian, author, and female activist for the advocacy of gender rights and women-led disarmament movements with the objective of arresting gun culture and bringing about peace for her home state of Manipur in particular and northeast…

Justin Wolfers on the economics of love and happiness

Justin Wolfers is an Australian economist and public policy scholar. He is professor of economics and public policy at the Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy at the University of Michigan, and a Senior Fellow at the Peterson Institute…

Florian Bassfeld on cycle touring with Rocky the Husky

We gave shelter to a touring cyclist and his beautiful husky. He is having a real adventure travelling around the world so I decided to interview him as well so you could hear about it. He writes books about his…

Ece Temelkuran on How To Lose Your Country in 7 Simple Steps

Ece Temelkuran is a Turkish journalist and author. She was a columnist for Milliyet (2000–2009) and Habertürk (2009 – January 2012), and a presenter on Habertürk TV (2010–2011). She was fired from Habertürk after writing articles critical of the government…

Eric Topol on Why Doctors Need to Organize

Eric Topol is an American cardiologist, scientist, and author. He is the founder and director of the Scripps Research Translational Institute, a professor of Molecular Medicine at The Scripps Research Institute, and a senior consultant at the Division of Cardiovascular…

Michael Breus the Sleep Doctor on the key to good sleep

Michael Breus is a practicing Ph.D. in clinical psychology with a specialty in sleep disorders. He oversees nine sleep labs across Southern California and Arizona as the senior vice president of Clinical Operations of Phoenix Sleep. In addition to treating…

Paul Nugent from Charity Worker in the UK to Cosmic Director in LA


Paul Nugent, Born in Cambridge, England, in 1958, was brought up in the Church of England, culminating in regular worship and charitable work for the homeless at London’s famous St. Martin’s in the Fields church in Trafalgar Square. Having completed…

Marion Nestle the grandmother of dieticians

Marion Nestle (born 1936) is an American academic. She is the Paulette Goddard professor of nutrition, food studies, and public health at New York University. She is also a professor of Sociology at NYU and a visiting professor of nutritional…

Ed Latimore.... from fighter to writer

Ed Latimore Jr. (born February 15, 1985, in Pittsburgh, PA) is a retired American professional boxer (13-1-1), influencer, and author. His final professional fight was December 17, 2016. He launched his blog Mind and Fist[4] in 2013, focusing on the…

Track-by-Track Commentary on Podsongs Volume 4

A commentary on the last 12 songs created for the Podsongs project, with musicians Jack Stafford, Maurizio Sarnicola, Massimino Voza and Luigi Falcione. Go behind the scenes with the band to hear how they made the songs inspired by podcast…

Gary Blaze on Spiritual Healing

Gary Blaze is the husband of Chrissie Blaze, the astrologer I had on a while ago. He's an expert in many things, including qigong and Spiritual Healing. Enjoy this deep and spiritual conversation. 

Lyrics to the song that was inspired…