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Brian Mulhern is a 49-year-old male. Maddie Grimaldi is a 26-year-old female. Together, they host a morning radio show, weekdays, on Cat Country 98.1 (Providence, RI). Their podcast explores how they view the world, through the prism of not only when they were born, but also, their respective genders. And that is how they attempt to bridge those gaps.

"Bridging the Gap with Brian and Maddie" Brian Mulhern

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Brian Mulhern is a 49-year-old male. Maddie Grimaldi is a 26-year-old female. Together, they host a morning radio show, weekdays, on Cat Country 98.1 (Providence, RI). Their podcast explores how they view the world, through the prism of not only when they were born, but also, their respective genders. And that is how they attempt to bridge those gaps.

    Episode 25, "Bridging the Forgotten Generation Gap," 1-24-20

    Episode 25, "Bridging the Forgotten Generation Gap," 1-24-20

    Is Gen X the neglected middle child, lost in the shuffle between a shadow cast by Boomers, and the bluster of attention-starved Millennials? Are Gen Xers suffering from a lack of identity and inferiority complex of Peter/Jan Brady proportions? We break all of that down here.

    • 23 min
    Episode 24, "Bridging the Financial Disparity Gap," 1-17-20

    Episode 24, "Bridging the Financial Disparity Gap," 1-17-20

    Millennials, for the 1st time in American history, are financially going to be worse off than their parents. What's the primary impetus behind this? Are opportunities more limited? Is the economic landscape changing? Or, is the stereotypical reputation of their generation being more lazy, having unrealistic expectations, and culturally driven narcissism more likely the driving force?

    • 23 min
    Episode 23, "Bridging the Dying Industries Gap," 1-10-20

    Episode 23, "Bridging the Dying Industries Gap," 1-10-20

    The retail landscape is constantly evolving. Some of that is related to technology, while other areas wither on the vine due to the unique tastes and spending preferences of younger generations. What is hurting as a result may surprise you. And how is the older set affected/impacted by all of this?

    • 23 min
    Episode 22, "Bridging the Dawn of a New Decade Gap," 1-3-20

    Episode 22, "Bridging the Dawn of a New Decade Gap," 1-3-20

    2020...a new year/decade, along with the potential for fresh starts, and new beginnings. But what with the way things have been trending of late, is that necessarily a good thing? Based on this conversation between Brian and Maddie, both the generational and gender outlooks couldn't possibly be more different.

    • 23 min
    Episode 21, "The Christmas Spirit Gap," 12-20-19

    Episode 21, "The Christmas Spirit Gap," 12-20-19

    From where would you say you most derive your own version of Christmas spirit (or, "insert other holiday here")? Is it related to religion? Family and friends? Giving gifts to others? Have you lost it completely, or never had it at all? Has it evolved over time? Do age, station in life, or gender play any role? Brian and Maddie bridge those gaps, for one final time, in 2019.

    • 22 min
    Episode 20, "The Loneliness Gap," 12-13-19

    Episode 20, "The Loneliness Gap," 12-13-19

    Recent studies show that contrary to popular belief, the older you get, the less isolated you feel, with Baby Boomers doing best by comparison to their younger counterparts. What's the Gen. X take on all of this, and does it differ from that of Millennials? And what are the root causes? Brian and Maddie hash it all out on their 20th episode.

    • 21 min

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