"Conversation Collage" is a weekly podcast, featuring interviews with fascinating people from the worlds of entertainment, sports, lifestyle, literature, business, and more. Through a blend of enlightening guests and thought-provoking ideas, "Conversation Collage" is more than "just talk", it both inspires and entertains.
COVID and Your Money; The Future of The Marijuana Industry
In the 50th edition of "Conversation Collage," Ken speaks with a financial expert about how Americans are handling their money during the pandemic, and results from two surveys. Also: what does the future hold for the marijuana industry? Ken chats with an industry analyst who predicts it will double within five years.
Rare Diseases and Credit Scores
With "Rare Disease Day" coming up, Ken talks with a doctor about a kidney disease you've probably never heard of. Then, tips on managing your credit score, and a new campaign to educate people about them.
Technology and Transporting the Vaccine; Knowing Louis Armstrong
The role technology plays in the distribution of the COVID-19 vaccines is Ken Johannessen's first topic this time, as he speaks with IBM's blockchain manager. Then, part two of his chat with "Duped" author Stephen Maitland-Lewis, in which he talks about his friendship with jazz legend Louis Armstrong.
A semi-Autobiographical Tale of Deception; Motor Trend's Car of the Year
This time, Ken talks with a man of many talents - lawyer, financier, hotelier - who got "Duped, " which is the name of his latest book; and then with the folks from Motor Trend about the 2021 "Car of the Year."
Getting Ahead on College Scholarships; New Treatments for Kidney Disease
This time, Ken talks with the College Board on a program to give high school seniors a leg up on getting into college; then with a doctor who has a new treatment that can reduce hospital visits for kidney patients.
Conversation Collage #42: Food and Drink
This time, Ken delves into the joys of Bar-be-que with a practitioner of the art - who has his own YouTube channel; then it's time for a coffee break, with a world-renowned barista with tips on enhancing your coffee experience at home.
Ken is a great interviewer
I always learn something and am entertained listening to these interviews. There are big celebs and interesting people. Highly recommend.