Time Sensitive is a podcast that features candid, revealing portraits of curious and courageous people in business, the arts, and beyond who have a distinct perspective on time. Co-hosts Spencer Bailey and Andrew Zuckerman respectively interview a leading mind who has made a profound impact in their field, contributed to the larger conversation, and is concerned with the planet we all share.
Rosanne Cash on Moving Forward by Confronting the Past
New York–based singer and songwriter Rosanne Cash talks about her long-standing work as an activist, the healing power of music, and continually revisiting history as a means for personal and artistic evolution.
Billie Tsien on Imbuing Buildings With Feeling
New York–based architect Billie Tsien talks about designing structures as containers for life, why history doesn’t unfold in a straight line, and architecture as both an honor and a responsibility.
Eileen Fisher on the Allure of Timeless Clothing
New York–based fashion designer Eileen Fisher talks about collaboration as a preferred modus operandi, solving the fashion industry’s pollution problem, and the remarkable effects of staying true to one’s vision, and to oneself.
Eddie Stern on Taking Time to Discover Your Inner Freedom of Spirit
New York–based yoga teacher Eddie Stern discusses the beauty of breathing and the body’s natural rhythms, yoga as practice of selfless concern for others, the problem of fear, and how slowing down shifts our relationship with ourselves.
Simon Critchley on Finding Clarity in Philosophy and Comedy
New York–based philosopher Simon Critchley discusses how disappointment can serve as a source of creativity, why humor is an act of philosophical reflection, and describes writing as a form of improvisation.
Monique Péan on the Transformative Nature of Fossils, Rocks, and Meteorites
New York–based jewelry and object designer Monique Péan talks about her fascination with fossils, rocks, and meteorites; her profound experiences working with indigenous peoples to locate age-old materials; how her Haitian-Jewish background has shaped her worldview; and the ways in which her jewelry pays tribute to her late sister.
This is a fantastic thoughtful and insightful podcast that gives one hope for the future. The interviewers focus on the guests—not themselves—and they do their research and ask insightful questions because they listen. They are also genuinely diplomatic with narcissistic guests(Paper woman). Really great podcast. So worth listening to.
An overflowing treasure chest of talented, accomplished individuals from all walks of life. A world-class selection of guests who delightfully share their mind and experiences with an upstanding, exemplary spirit! These are ever pleasant interviews conducted frankly and genuinely, by its skillful hosts Andrew and Spencer. Every episode is a wealth of insight, creativity and passion, so inspiring that one must not settle. Love it!
Jesse Kamm pod
I greatly enjoyed this pod and listening to her down to earth approach to her business and life. It’s very inspiring. My only question would be, what is the back up plan? Is there one? Should there be? What if one day no one wants her pants? What if she gets injured surfing and she cannot physically do all the things that she does herself. It would have been nice to hear her response to those what if questions. Having a safety net is a nice thing.