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Explore the world’s most extraordinary travel experiences with award-winning editor, writer, and luxury travel expert Bruce Wallin. Each episode will inspire you with fascinating stories about unique, life-shaping journeys—and connect you to the remarkable people who make them possible. Gain insider access to extravagant hotels, impactful adventures, and secret hideaways, and discover the magic of travel at its very best.
 
In an age when saying the wrong thing in a Twitter post could leave you ghosted by onetime friends—or worse—we find our country torn apart at the political seams. But things don’t need to be this way. Constructive social discourse is not dead, it just needs a little resuscitation. From CurtCo Media. ​ Consider Meet Me in the Middle your political rehab. Each week, Ed Larson (Pulitzer Prize winning historian, author, and world-wide lecturer) invites guests from across the ideological spectrum ...
 
A show for film lovers by film lovers. Hollywood Unscripted delves into illuminating and unique conversations with top professionals in the entertainment industry. Hear stories and lessons from behind the scenes of the biggest blockbusters and most-admired features in film history. Featuring candid conversations with Hollywood legends, moguls, auteurs and other industry insiders, host Jenny Curtis goes far beyond the standard celebrity interview to take listeners inside the creative process. ...
 
Cars that Matter is all about cars that have captured people’s hearts. They are the special cars, and they come from every decade since the dawn of the Automotive Age. They might be from the Brass Era or today’s Battery Era. They have names like 911 or SL, Corvette or Countach, or simply M. All have fueled passion in the people who created them, owned them, raced them, or sometimes—with remorse—parted with them. From CurtCo Media. ​ On Cars That Matter, we talk with designers, engineers, rac ...
 
Hosted by Bill Curtis and quadruple board certified Dr. Steven Taback, Medicine, We’re Still Practicing sits down with doctors from the world’s most preeminent hospitals for insights into their research, practice, and education. The first in this dedicated series is Johns Hopkins Medicine, with the goal of not only to share the magnificent work being done by these hospitals and doctors, but for them to be able to use it as a high-quality educational tool and platform to share insights and re ...
 
Made for those who choose to ‘lean-in’ to life, live purposefully, and desire to make positive changes. This is a safe place for exploration and personal growth by empowering and providing you with knowledge from top experts and change makers in all aspects of self-improvement and wellness to help you make the best decisions for positive improvements in your life. With the expert guidance of health coach Jill de Jong, Life Done Better is a haven for community, connection, and growth. Learn M ...
 
A Moment for Kids features bite-sized podcast episodes made for children to lift their spirits, explain some complicated matters, and brighten everyone’s days. These are PSAs and creative pieces are performed by top voiceover actors providing supportive messages to children in the voices of some of their favorite characters. A Moment for Kids is a sub-series of A Moment Of Your Time. Created during a time of quarantine in the global Coronavirus pandemic, A Moment Of Your Time's mission is to ...
 
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For some travelers, visiting a destination isn’t just about what they can experience, but about the specific goals they set out to achieve while there. Bruce calls it Accomplishment Travel—a term he coined to describe the one-of-a-kind adventures of his friend and fellow journalist Jackie Caradonio. The daughter of a hotel general manager, Jackie g…
 
There are countless reasons to love travel, but for many people, the magic of a great hotel experience drives their passion. Marriott International’s Senior Vice President of Luxury Brands, Chris Gabaldon, joins Bruce Wallin to talk about some of the more than 130 new Ritz-Carlton, St. Regis, and other hotels that his company will be opening in the…
 
Few hotels combine exclusivity, luxury, and sustainability like the Brando does. In the first of our miniseries focusing on the best hotels and resorts in the world, we take a closer look at this remarkable private island property set on the Teti'aroa atoll near Tahiti. The vision for the resort began with Teti'aroa’s owner—and French Polynesia’s m…
 
Bruce speaks with adventurer, conservationist, and Journeys by Design founder Will Jones about the best safari destinations for different types of travelers. From first timers to seasoned vets of the Sub-Saharan circuit, Jones has led clients like Ralph Lauren and other high-profile people on countless adventures that combine conservation, cultural…
 
We are all dreaming of the next place we want to travel, and for many, Italy is at the top of their list. But is it time to reconsider our relationship with the world’s most beloved destination? On this episode of Travel That Matters, travel journalist and Italy expert Maria Shollenbarger shares her secrets on how to experience the very best of the…
 
Alyson acts as a pure conduit and instrument to receive "messages" and in this episode she talks with Jill about our pain body, doing shadow work, and liberating ourselves from shame. We are not here on Earth to suffer, but suffering is often a precursor for a more aligned and purposeful life. Some of the greatest lessons are learned during the tou…
 
No one knows your family like Sue Hills does. A longtime director on the TV show Who Do You Think You Are?, Hills is the founder of the genealogical travel company Ancestral Footsteps. While DNA testing and genealogical tours have become popular in recent years, Ancestral Footsteps takes you several steps further, diving deep into your family histo…
 
How can we make better decisions for ourselves and for the planet? Author, Podcast host, and co-host of Down to Earth with Zac Efron, Darin Olien shares how our small contributions can truly make a difference! Darin shares how to vote with every dollar you spend, how to protect yourself from EMF's, and how to make a difference for yourself and the …
 
In the third installment for our Cedars-Sinai series, hosts Dr. Steven Taback and Bill Curtis are joined by Geriatrician Dr. Sonja Rosen, where they discuss the in’s and out’s Geriatric Medicine and at home care for the elderly. The group also discusses the organization (or lack there of) of the countries medical records in regard to polypharmacy, …
 
What will it take for Dems to connect with black & brown voters? How can Dems keep Republicans from branding them, radicals? What can Dems do better to keep the house? All this and more is discussed on the season finale of Politics: Meet Me in the Middle. Bill and Jane are joined by Lanae Erickson (Senior Vice President for the Social Policy Progra…
 
Preferred Hotels & Resorts CEO Lindsey Ueberroth has visited more than 100 countries, and she oversees a company with 700-plus hotels worldwide. So where does she want to go next? Not surprisingly, Ueberroth has a long list of places she’d like to visit—and that she recommends for fellow travelers—as the world reopens. With her lifelong experience—…
 
Does lifting weights make you 'bulky'? No! Strength training is the best way to lose weight, gain strength, and grow your confidence! Personal trainer Chelsey Rose is a big proponent of strength training for women and gives tips on how to stay consistent and motivated even when life gets in the way. No time? No problem - even if you are not getting…
 
There are ways to improve the relationship between Russia and the United States, but it's going to be a long road. This week Timothy Frye continues his look at the possibilities of joint gains and the mutual benefits of better political relations between the two countries. Timothy Frye is the Marshall D. Shulman Professor in Political Science at Co…
 
This interview was recorded in March 2021. Actress Anna Camp joins Jenny Curtis and special co-host producer-actress Deborah Lee Smith to talk about her career and new indie film Here Awhile. Episode Timestamps: 6:33 – Anna explains that it’s hard being consistently type cast. With Here Awhile she was able to go outside her comfort zone and play a …
 
Extraordinary Adventure Club Founder Calum Morrison joins Travel that Matters to talk about the truly transformational travel experiences he curates for his clients. The former British Royal Marine and his team of life coaches, trainers, survival experts, and other specialists create highly personalized journeys of self-discovery for their clients—…
 
Are you in a low vibrational state? Is your breath compromised by stress? Renegade pharmacist, breath work expert Niraj Naik offers advice and exercises to bring balance and harmony back in your body & mind with breathing exercises. You’ll learn about the benefits of breath types (reduced breathing, breath holds, nose breathing, diaphragm/belly bre…
 
Timothy Frye kicks off our series on US-Russia relations. Timothy Frye is the Marshall D. Shulman Professor in Political Science at Columbia University and Co-Director of a research laboratory at the Higher School of Economics in Moscow. He worked for the US Information Agency in the Soviet Union in the late 1980s, advised the Russian Securities an…
 
Emmy-award winning filmmakers, conservationists, and luxury-safari pioneers Dereck and Beverly Joubert speak with Bruce about their incredible adventures, their efforts to document and preserve African wildlife, and how to get the very best out of a safari experience. The Jouberts’ safari company, Great Plains Conservation, manages some of Africa’s…
 
After Robert introducing the panel of guests, Robert asks Derek to describe what it was really like to drive in Le Mans in the 1970s (3:20). Then Marshall explains how the film came to be (6:15) and Jay dives into the intertwined histories of the movies and the 917 (7:17). Then Robert puts the conversation into high gear by asking what making the m…
 
Is your food adding undue anxiety? Liana Werner Gray, certified nutritionist, natural food chef, and author of Anxiety Free with Food, reveals which food deficiencies and chemicals added to your food can cause anxiety. (WHAT?!) This episode is all about how to best manage your anxiety: by elevating your food choices, getting enough rest, and refram…
 
After Robert justifies an entire episode about motorcycles, he introduces Bobby Haas and Stacey Mayfield and asks them to detail their museum (1:59), its stunning collection (6:57), and how they go about commissioning custom bikes (13:14). Following a short break, Robert redirects the conversation into "Leaving Tracks," Haas and Mayfield's new docu…
 
Bill Curtis, Jane Albrecht, and Ted Lieu continue their discussion with Congressman Ted Lieu about cybersecurity and the potential threats to America’s infrastructure. According to Lieu, the Trump Administration did not take cybersecurity as seriously as it should have, even eliminating government cybersecurity positions. The new administration see…
 
In the second installment for our Cedars-Sinai series, hosts Dr. Steven Taback and Bill Curtis are joined by pulmonary and Critical Care Director Dr. Victor Tapson, where they discuss all things pulmonary embolism and hypertension related. Pulmonary hypertension is known as the silent killer because more often than not, you’re only diagnosed after …
 
Virtuoso CEO Matthew Upchurch joins Bruce to talk about international luxury travel in the post-pandemic world. Virtuoso is a leading name in luxury travel with a network of nearly 20,000 advisors worldwide. As people were stuck at home, many of those travel advisors—a term Upchurch much prefers to ‘travel agents’—pivoted to help their clients plan…
 
After a brief introduction, Robert asks Alex to detail the recent founding of Automobili Estrema (1:46) and how he got involved with Fulminea and what the vehicle is designed to be (3:22). Then Robert and Alex share their thoughts on the rapid embracing of electric vehicles (13:53). After a short break, Alex details when the car will come to market…
 
Bill Curtis, Jane Albrecht, and Congressman Ted Lieu discuss computer hackers, cyber warfare, America's infrastructure, and how we can keep our country safe from these attacks. This is part one of our two-part series on cyber security with Representative Ted Lieu. Congressman Ted W. Lieu represents California’s 33rd Congressional District. Serving …
 
Explore the world’s most extraordinary travel experiences with award-winning editor, writer, and luxury travel expert Bruce Wallin (National Geographic, Departures, and longtime editorial director at Robb Report). Each episode will inspire you with fascinating stories about unique, life-shaping journeys—and connect you to the remarkable people who …
 
Actress Sarah Jones talks with Jenny Curtis about her role in the series ‘For All Mankind’. She talks about the history of her performance career which started in dance before she successfully turned to acting with key roles in ensemble casts like Big Love. Her mission to pursue dynamic female roles prevented her from initially agreeing to play Tra…
 
Do you wish you felt motivated to cook? Certified holistic nutritionist and healthy chef Maria Marlowe shares her favorite kitchen hacks: from easy meal prep ideas, must-have time saving tools, and mouthwatering, healthy recipes, you'll be inspired to reward yourself with some homemade happiness. Making healthy, and delicious meals can feel overwhe…
 
After introducing Marlon, Robert asks about the origins and goals of the company (1:26) before diving into some specific models Robert had seen in Marlon's workshop (6:41). Then, the two men dig into the details of the engines and how Marlon approaches his work on those parts of the automobiles (13:22). After a short break, Robert asks Marlon to ex…
 
Nowadays there's not much that enflames passions more than a conversation about gun safety, the NRA, and the "right to bear arms." In this episode, Constitutional law professor Eugene Volokh goes toe-to-toe with Pulitzer Prize-winning historian Ed Larson and host Bill Curtis as they argue what the framers meant when they crafted the second amendmen…
 
Is Crohn's passed on from family members? Does diet have anything to do with it? In the first installment of our Cedars-Sinai series, hosts Dr. Steven Taback and Bill Curtis are joined by Gastroenterologist Dr. Stephan Targan, where they discuss the ins and outs of IBD and Crohn's disease. Dr. Targan shares some key insight on symptoms and techniqu…
 
In honor of Memorial Day, Robert Ross re-examines the origins of Jeep--a vehicle that ultimately turned the tides of WW2 for America. By delving back into interviews with author Paul Bruno and Director Head of Design for Jeep, along with a new interview with Randall Withrow of the U.S. Veterans Memorial Museum (which houses an impressive collection…
 
Bill Curtis and Jane Albrecht continue their discussion on cybersecurity with author and tech-wiz, David Holtzman. What’s a Zombie Bot? Has a Trojan attacked your computer? How can we protect ourselves from Hackers? This episode will both scare and enlighten you to all matters of personal and business cybersecurity. David Holtzman is a world-class …
 
Daniel Curtis is a man who loves his family, friends, and the world, and is excited to get back out into it. Find more of Daniel: Instagram: @vicesceo Website: www.vices.com -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Created during a time of quarantine in the global Coronavirus pan…
 
Iliana Babler is a teacher, voice actor, wife and cat-mom from Newmarket Ontario who enjoys creative writing in her spare time. Her struggle with concussion and chronic illness has fueled a learning journey of rest and recovery. This piece was created to express the tension between needing healing and not being there quite yet; it attempts to captu…
 
David Gosselin is a poet, host of the New Lyre Podcast and founder of The Chained Muse online poetry journal. Based in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. David's first collection of poems, Modern Dreams is currently available. Find more of David: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thechainedmuse/ Website: https://www.thechainedmuse.com/ Modern Dreams link: …
 
Prolific actor from stage and screen Tony Award winner Alfred Molina joins host Jenny Curtis to talk about his illustrious career in entertainment, including some favorite moments and memories, what it means to be an actor, and his latest movie, The Water Man. Episode Timestamps: 1:13 - Jenny introduces Alfred and asks whether Alfred prefers going …
 
Daria Shigaeva is a professional performer, creator, and wellness coach. Find more of Daria: Instagram: @darishen A Statement from Daria: "In April 2021 I made a trip to one of the remote areas of my country, rich in mountains. As I consider hiking my best way of meditation, it was inevitable that I took one for half of the day. I've found that all…
 
Are we in charge of our destiny? Living in an action driven society that tells us that constantly pursuing our goals will pay off and give us control. But what about the circumstances we cannot control? When we are down we may think that revenge, fighting back, and avoiding our emotions is how to get past it. Surrendering? No way! That feels like d…
 
Danielle Antonietta Nigro known professionally as Danielle Black is an American singer, rapper & songwriter. Born in the Bronx, N.Y she was raised to the sounds of Frank Sinatra, Madonna & Mark Anthony. Through her growth as an artist and an entrepreneur, she is more than meets the eye. Attending Culinary School in N.Y.C she developed a niche that …
 
After introductions, Robert asks Mark to delve into the origins of Jeep as a brand and how it was 'sold' to Americans following WWII (1:07). Then Mark drills down into how Jeep upholds the 'authentic' reputation it's had since its creation (3:35), how new designs must pay tribute to its past (6:52), and how the brand new 2021 Wagoneer continues tha…
 
Bill Curtis and Jane Albrecht discuss cybersecurity with author and tech-wiz, David Holtzman. They dive deep into the Colonial Pipeline Hack, ransomware, and Solar Winds. You’ll learn about the capabilities of Russia, China, and other nations in the cyber-wars. Do you want to know what Zero Day means, who’s DarkSide, Fancy Bear and Cozy Bear?... wh…
 
Ziga is a 17 year old actress with a passion for performing. She has experience in piano/keyboard, singing, dance/sports, comedy, and acting techniques such as musical theatre and improv. She has performed in many school, church, and professional virtual productions. She has trained with the teen repertory group at LA Connection Comedy Theatre and …
 
Freda Yifan Jing is an Asian actress trying to find her place in time and her voice in the world. Based in California, USA. Find more of Freda: Instagram: @freda_dearling A statement from Freda: "[This piece was originally created] 5/10/2021. I experienced physical pain when I was going through my past, so why not write about it. Live like you were…
 
On this episode, Bill and Dr. Steve are joined by three members of the Certis Oncology team: CEO Peter Ellman, Dr. Arun Singh M.D., and Surgical Oncologist Dr. Fritz Eilber M.D. Certis is an early stage biotech company with a focus on advancing translational oncology through the O-PDX technique. O-PDX standing for “patient derived xenografts” are m…
 
Written by Donald Beagle. Read by Jenny Curtis. Donald Beagle is a 66 year old poet, and for the past 20 years, a professor and Library Director at Belmont Abbey College near Charlotte NC. “Poetry, to me,” comments Donald, “remains the most challenging of literary endeavors, because of its immediacy in the present moment, paired with its sense of t…
 
Pari Meg is a strong girl trying to inspire others. From the horrid experiences she went through nothing could stop her. Nothing can hurt her. She is a college student trying to make it big and make a name for herself. Whether it’s through film or art, she wants to be remembered. And she wants to help others any way she can. She is based in Califor…
 
Jackson Layne was born from late nights at beach bars, a love of country music and a passion for feel good songs. The group is led by singer - songwriter guitarist Larry Jackson, who is also a world class bassist, producer and arranger. As a Berklee College grad, he has been an in-demand musician since he moved to Boston from Vegas. Larry has toure…
 
After introducing Tim, Robert asks Tim to explain what make M1 Concourse so special and the events that will be held there (21:20), including by focusing on the Woodward Dream Cruise and Show (4:41). Then detours to discuss their own personal relationship as it has related to cars over the years (6:36), before asking Tim to consider the difference …
 
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