Join broadcast veteran Jordan Rich as he and his guests deliver stimulating, inspiring and entertaining conversation about this magical experience we call life. Along with guests and topics ranging from the arts, science and history to politics and pop culture, Jordan explores the art and business of voice-over as well as other exciting aspects of the spoken word. You will learn what it takes to succeed as a voice actor or broadcaster and enjoy many fascinating stories about the business Jordan loves so well. Learn more at: http://chartproductions.com/mic-jordan-rich/ or https://www.facebook.com/jordanrichshow/
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Joining me for a live taping at the Millennium Tower in downtown Boston is the lovely Lisa Lewtan, author of “Busy, Stressed and Food Obsessed.” Lisa is a health and life coach with a common sense approach to recovering life balance and feeling empowered. Listen in for tips on how you can look and perform better, improving your physical, mental and spiritual states of being. Lisa’s delightful sense of humor and nurturing manor is guaranteed to inspire and make you smile!
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He’s a real radio guy, a Hall- of- Famer who sailed to the top of the ratings for decades in Southern California, forging a lasting broadcast legacy with his talented partner. We talk shop and more with Mark Thompson, who has penned a terrific memoir about his life and times in and out of radio. It’s entitled, “ Don’t Bump the Record, Kid: My Adventures with Mark and Brian.” Enjoy a ride-along with this radio veteran and yours truly who has a few war stories to share as well!
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Meet Cat Burkey, a creative apparel designer who is giving back in a unique and inspiring way. She has been a key catalyst in a project called “Double Take,” a first-of-its-kind fashion show, with start-to-finish SMA ( spinal muscular atrophy) community involvement, that aims to increase disability visibility, break down stereotypes and champion adaptive fashion. You’re about to hear how this incredible event took shape in the hope of launching a better future, where all are valued and no one is ignored.
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John Koblin is a journalist who covers media for the New York Times. He is also the co-author of a fascinating new book on the story of HBO entitled, “It’s Not TV: The Spectacular Rise, Revolution, and Future of HBO.” Join us as we do a deep dive into the origins of Home Box Office and the state of television as a result.
Robin Lane -322
She’s rock and roll royalty! Enjoy a conversation with legendary musician and composer Robin Lane. Robin is the subject of a new documentary entitled “When Things Go Wrong” and is famous for multiple hits with her group Robin Lane and the Chart Busters. She just cut a new album and has a non-profit organization that actively helps women and others suffering from trauma.
Rachel Silber Devlin -321
Rachel Silber Devlin has written the most in-depth biography or her late father, the towering figure John Silber.
Her new memoir is entitled “Snapshots of My Father, John Silber,” and it tells the whole story of the man in Texas who overcame a physical handicap to become a leader in higher education. He was a complex public figure who provoked debate. But he was also a dedicated Dad and Husband to his devoted family. Rachel’s story is an eloquent account of an authentic man of principle who never backed down.
Thank you Jordan for showcasing my business!
Jordan was an absolute pleasure to work with. I was a little nervous before the taping, as there were no rehearsals and the discussion was completely off the cuff. Jordan clearly did his research as he asked great questions and drew me out in a way that was very comfortable and relaxed. Five shiney stars from me!
Jordan is a legend
His voice draws you in. His intelligence keeps you there. This podcast is a gift to both listener and guest, and I am honored to have been both.
Great interviewing style…
I really enjoy this podcast. What a great interviewer Jordan is. An easy, laid back style coupled with a guy who does his homework.