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From politics to the personal, we're about solutions. Our weekly podcast features two friends and longtime journalists. Join Richard Davies (ABC News) and Jim Meigs (Popular Mechanics) as they challenge authors, experts and provocateurs in a search for positive, practical ideas. Guests include Alan Dershowitz, a noted legal scholar and defender of civil liberties; Mike Rowe of "Dirty Jobs" and Lenore Skenazy, founder of "Free Range Kids." Topics include politics, parenting, personal finance, human behavior and much more. "How Do We Fix It?" - a repair manual for the real world. Produced by DaviesContent

How Do We Fix It? Davies Content

    • 4.8, 72 Ratings

From politics to the personal, we're about solutions. Our weekly podcast features two friends and longtime journalists. Join Richard Davies (ABC News) and Jim Meigs (Popular Mechanics) as they challenge authors, experts and provocateurs in a search for positive, practical ideas. Guests include Alan Dershowitz, a noted legal scholar and defender of civil liberties; Mike Rowe of "Dirty Jobs" and Lenore Skenazy, founder of "Free Range Kids." Topics include politics, parenting, personal finance, human behavior and much more. "How Do We Fix It?" - a repair manual for the real world. Produced by DaviesContent

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
72 Ratings

72 Ratings

Frederick Jay ,

Professional, Entertaining, and Informative

Can a podcast be all three? Yeah, I think so. Especially when the two gentleman we hear in the podcast are running show. I just discovered this podcast and I am so glad I did. From now on, I will be a regular listener for sure. You should too. You might just learn a thing or two and have fun while doing it. This podcast is EXCELLENT...really enjoying.

Music Critic 376 ,

Engaging and enlightening!

The affable hosts elicit unexpected and insightful responses from the most interesting authors on the current talk show/podcast circuit. Highly recommended!

singinsongNYC ,

At last!

This is the kind of thing so many people have been waiting for. We already know that problems exist. It’s great to be able to discuss problems and solutions without seeking to “crush the opposition.”

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