Sarah Spain profiles guests from the world of sports, comedy, music and beyond to share the stories of their lives and their journeys to success.
Sarah talks to actor Dule Hill about a terrifying moment during his national TV debut, being forced to choose between a college course and a show business opportunity, what he learned working on The West Wing, the almost instant chemistry he had with James Roday Rodriguez on Psych, and what it was like being on Suits at the end of the Meghan Markle era.
Sarah talks to ESPN's Jen Lada about the no commercials rule at her house growing up, her inauspicious start at ESPN, why she enjoys feature reporting and the difficulty of doing it in 2020, her openness about her late term miscarriage, and her new stint in morning radio.
Game Changer- Kim Ng
Sarah's conversation from March with Kim Ng, who was recently named as the general manager of the Miami Marlins, making her Major League Baseball's first female GM. She is also believed to be the first woman hired as a GM by any major professional men's team in North American sports.
Sarah talks to ESPN NBA Reporter Malika Andrews about dealing with depression and anxiety as a teenager, target skills, how she fell in love with journalism in college, her internship at the New York Times, and the nerves during her first SportsCenter hit. Plus, a bubble speed round and a wild story about her first week living in Chicago.
DeMar DeRozan, Gracie Gold, and Molly Seidel
Sarah talks about mental health in sports with NBA All-Star DeMar DeRozan, US Olympic medal winning figure skater Gracie Gold, and professional long distance runner Molly Seidel. They discuss when they came to grips with their struggles, what their low points were, why sweeping things under the rug is not a solution, and why communicating their feelings and having a strong support network is so vital.
Sarah talks to Pearl Jam guitarist Stone Gossard about the band's longevity, how he's still trying to impress Eddie Vedder with songs to this day, how they viewed Soundgarden as their big brother, and how his new socially distanced super band Painted Shield came together.