Actor, Comedian, Host, and new Father, Jamie Kaler provides a comedic guide to all things "Dadding". His guests include famous actors, musicians, and athletes as well as regular hard working guys who are trying desperately to survive this thing called fatherhood. Come see more at TheDadlands.io
Veteran Actor Mark Valley talks Father Time!
West Point Grad, Army Veteran, and Successful actor Mark Valley talks life, career, and becoming a Dad at an early age.
John Henson on Father Time!
Talk Soup and Wipeout's John Henson talks raising kids!
Musician John Preston sings to stop soldier suicide on Father Time!
Firefighter, Marine Veteran, and now singer songwriter, John Preston and his band mate Shane Roberts talk fatherhood and making music to help curb the tide of Soldier Suicide.
Greg Behrendt Is Absolutely Into Fatherhood!
The best selling author of "She's Just Not That Into You" brings his keen sense of humor to parenthood and tells the story of when your daughter brings her friend and her friend's Dad, Dave Grohl to your house.
Tom Everett Scott joins Father Time to talk parenting!
The star of That Thing You Do and a million other credits joins Father Time to talk about his kids and being a dad.
My Boys alum Mike Bunin joins Father Time to reminisce!
Kids or No Kids? The question is answered by both sides in this My Boys reunion of sorts with Mike Bunin Joining Jamie for a little family talk!
Laugh Out Loud Funny
This podcast is one of my favorites. Jamie’s interviews are fun, hilarious and entertaining. Please get Andrea Savage to return. She is a hoot. Would also love to hear Jordana Spiro and other My Boys castmates. My only complaint is sometimes they seem too short. I know its only an hour, but don’t be afraid to go longer.
Charone here from the Habeas Humor podcast. Father Time is right up my alley, as I am a comedian and a comedy junkie. I found this show through another great podcast, Why Mommy Drinks.
Enjoyable for woman too
I LOVE listening to men's perspective on family and relationships. I particualtly enjoy questions about the interviewees childhood. The interview flows so well as a discussion and keeps you tunes in all the way to the end!
Great for Everyone!