Everyone has a story to tell. On Story Untold, join writer and award-winning interviewer Martin Bauman for in-depth conversations with inspiring and engaging individuals of all stripes -- artists, athletes, and activists alike -- from across the globe.
Cheri DiNovo: “Every revolution seemed impossible until it happened”
Cheri DiNovo is no stranger to revolution. At twenty, openly queer, DiNovo was the only woman to sign Canada’s first gay rights manifesto, “We Demand,” in 1971. Thirty years later, as a minister with the United Church of Canada, she would perform Canada’s first legalized same-sex marriage — risking her license in the process. As … Continue reading Cheri DiNovo: “Every revolution seemed impossible until it happened” →
Noah Asanias: “Survive the first two years”
In 2016, freshly laid off from his job, photographer Noah Asanias had a camera, a single lens, and $3,000 in his bank account. Just a few short years earlier, he’d arrived from the Philippines on a student visa and traded his work for studio time. Today, the acclaimed Vancouver-based portrait and fashion photographer has worked … Continue reading Noah Asanias: “Survive the first two years” →
Todd Spoth: “[Photography is] the only class I’ve ever failed in my existence”
An award-winning photographer based in Houston, TX, Todd Spoth has photographed U.S. presidents, Olympic athletes, and recording artists alike. Known as “Uncle Todd” to more than a few hip-hop artists’ families, Spoth has played golf with rapper Scarface and been doused in slime with NBA All-Star Chris Paul. Todd currently serves on the board of … Continue reading Todd Spoth: “[Photography is] the only class I’ve ever failed in my existence” →
Marta Zaraska: “Optimism, kindness, and friendship”
From the day her daughter was born, science journalist Marta Zaraska (Washington Post, The Atlantic) fretted about her family’s health. She fasted, considered adopting the keto diet, and ran a half-marathon. She bought goji berries and chia seeds and ate organic food. But then her research brought her to a new way of understanding, one that … Continue reading Marta Zaraska: “Optimism, kindness, and friendship” →
Sarah McNair-Landry: “The Arctic Ocean is an amazing and terrifying place”
Raised in Iqaluit, adventurer-filmmaker Sarah McNair-Landry learned to ski and drive sled dogs from her polar guide parents. At nineteen, she became the youngest person to reach both the North and South Poles. She has traversed the Gobi Desert by kite-buggy, traveled Greenland by kayak, survived brushes with hungry polar bears, and now teaches newcomers … Continue reading Sarah McNair-Landry: “The Arctic Ocean is an amazing and terrifying place” →
Frances Cha: “Books were something that consumed my life”
A former travel and culture editor for CNN International, Frances Cha grew up between the United States, Hong Kong, and South Korea. She has written for The Atlantic, The Believer, and the Yonhap News Agency, among others. Her debut novel, If I Had Your Face, follows four young women in Seoul’s underclass, “making their way in a world … Continue reading Frances Cha: “Books were something that consumed my life” →
Great guests and interesting conversations.
This is an amazing podcast - Martin asks the questions that humanize people no matter how big or where they've been.
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Story Untold is a podcast for everyone; it features incredible stories from all different types of people. Martin talks to artists, athletes, motivational speakers, students, and everyone in between. Listening to Story Untold opens up your mind -- and your heart -- to different things people are experiencing in their lives. It leaves you feeling introspective, motivated, and wanting to hear more.