Alec and Hilaria Baldwin are the definition of opposites attract, and together they have one unique family. On their new podcast, they're having real conversations about issues that matter. All to help inspire positive dialogue in the world. Together with friends, specialists, authors and doctors , they'll discuss relationships, marriage, parenting and more to help us listen and learn about each other. Because What's One More of the thing you love most in this world, be it family, friends, meals, or anything that you cherish, when you're trying to motivate the world to accept one another.
What's One More Parent Meltdown with Michelle Kenney
Michelle Kenney, M.Ed spent 12 years in public schools as a teacher and counselor before she became a Hand in Hand certified instructor in 2015. Hand in Hand is an organization that teaches the importance of being a calm and connected parent. Michelle also hosts the podcast "Peace and Parenting."
In this conversation, Michelle discusses why staying calm when your child is acting out is the key to being connected with your kid. She stresses the importance of making your child feel heard and safe. Plus, she dives into the physiology of our children's brains at a young age and how it's difficult for them to be reasonable or logical.
What's One More Moment to Embrace Life and Balance Family And Ambition With Mario and Courtney Lopez
Mario Lopez is often more busy than the stars he covers. He of course got his big break on "Saved by the Bell", but then parlayed his acting career into becoming a TV host for Extra and now Access Hollywood. Mario's wife Courtney was a Broadway actress who co-hosts their radio show, “On with Mario Lopez”.
This episode focuses on balancing careers with family and always making time for family. Plus, how the pandemic shaped that dynamic. Mario and Courtney discuss how they met, their three kids' relationship with social media, and how the Godfather inspired one of their kid's names.
What's One More Uncomfortable Conversation with Emmanuel Acho
Emmanuel Acho is a former NFL linebacker and broadcaster turned thoughtful commentator on race and bestselling author. After getting drafted by the Cleveland Browns in 2012, Emmanuel joined the New York Giants and Philadelphia Eagles before retiring in 2015. He went on to become an analyst for Longhorn Network and ESPN2’s college football programming before joining Fox Sports to co-host the afternoon studio show “Speak for Yourself."
In 2020, Emmanuel launched his YouTube series “Uncomfortable Conversations With a Black Man" and released a book of the same title. His newest book, “Uncomfortable Conversations with a Black Boy," is also out now.
In this conversation, Emmanuel talks about the impetus for his "Uncomfortable Conversation" series. He discusses how we all need to work at trying to understand each other better—plus, the importance of immersing ourselves in each other's cultures. It's a thought-provoking discussion about empathy and tolerance.
What's One More Home Cooked Meal With Debi Mazar and Gabriele Corcos.
Debi Mazar has had an amazing and enduring career as an actress. You know her from her memorable roles in Goodfellas, The Doors, Empire Records, Entourage and so much more. Her Italian husband, Gabriele Corcos is a bestselling author, chef, restaurateur, and along with his wife, cohosted the Cooking Channel's Extra Virgin.
Debi and Gabriele cover a lot of ground. In this episode they talk about how they raised their children with food, how they recently moved to Italy, and how a certain Material Girl is involved in how they first met.
What's One More Attempt at Loving Each Other With Scott Stabile
Scott Stabile is a self-proclaimed love activist and the author of the 'Li’l Pet Hospital' series, 'Just Love,' 'Iris' and 'Big Love: The Power of Living With a Wide-Open Heart.'
At the age of 14, Scott experienced a horrible tragedy when his parents were murdered. After a long journey of self discovery and healing, he made it his mission to spread a message of love and self-acceptance—and has inspired countless people to be more understanding.
This discussion goes through Scott's childhood and how the death of his parents affected him. It's a conversation about healing from trauma and how we can all try to spread love in the midst of a divided country.
What's One More Karaoke Session With Jared Harris and Allegra Riggio
This week, Hilaria and Alec Baldwin chat with married couple Jared Harris and Allegra Riggio. Jared is acting royalty. He's a classically trained actor you know from his critically acclaimed roles in Mad Men, The Crown, Lincoln, Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows, Chernobyl and much more. Allegra is a lighting director, TV host and self-proclaimed karaoke enthusiast. The couple married in 2013 after both coming out of previous toxic relationships.
Jared and Allegra tell the story of their serendipitous first meeting after each had left a rather unhealthy relationship. They discuss how at first, they called each other "misery friends," because they shared negative experiences and wallowed in the pain together. Then, they turned the sadness into laughter and happiness, each effectively healing the other. Now, they're in a long-lasting marriage where they fit together. This is a story of how love and laughter healed wounds and brought on joy and happiness.
What’s One More Lie?
Who could possibly want to hear another word from these disgraceful frauds? Each week they change the focus of the podcast because their inauthenticity continues to be exposed. Hillary lied for more than 10 years about being from Spain, faking an accent and taking media awards and coverage from actual Spaniards or latinas. She also lied to a UN panel about her nationality and credentials as a “health and wellness expert,” Alec repeatedly said his wife was from Spain and yet has the audacity to say, “Consider the source,” when their lies were exposed. THEY are the source.
Worse, her own obsessive SM posts (upwards of 50 times a day) demonstrate how neglected and mistreated her children are. She has posted four pictures of her newborn with a diaper blowout within a few weeks of her life, the first when the infant was days old and lying on a bathroom floor. Her priority is Instagram content rather than changing her soiled diaper, supporting her babies’ necks, combing their hair, dressing them properly, or keeping a kitten’s sharp claws from the baby’s eyes.
She exploits her children for Instagram content while trolling for sponsors, always showing herself, especially her breasts. She is obsessed with her own image and seems to lack the most basic maternal instincts, all as demonstrated by her own posts. It is obvious that the baby or babies are not latched on and breastfeeding in her “breastfeeding “ pictures—unless they nurse from her armpit or through a padded bra. She ridicules her children and husband regularly, and sexualizes breastfeeding and much of her interactions with her children.
Why would anyone want to hear anything Alec has to say? He’s better off addressing his well-documented anger issues and homophobic/racist comments, along with his pathetic attempts to foist Hillary on the public, in private. They would both do well to get off social media completely and take proper care of their children before it’s too late instead of leaving that to the army of nannies that she won’t acknowledge.
How is this real? These privileged people have nothing to contribute and need to give up their platform to someone else that deserves it. Alec’s wife’s voice is like nails on a chalkboard. Why does her accent keep changing from fake Latina to valley girl??? Take the time you spend on this podcast and spend it on ALL of your kids, not just the most photogenic ones.
These podcasts are difficult to tolerate. Can’t stand Hilary Baldwins voice or lack of insight. This is embarrassing and humiliating for Alec. Will anyone ever address the “thing”…. the cultural appropriation that has been “ the gift that keeps on giving”?