The Podcast

Brooks PalmerLetting go of clutter can be an adventure of self-discovery. Let Brooks Palmer be your guide. He helped our daughter, Katie, say goodbye to piles of clutter in preparation for her move into a tiny New York City apartment. She found the process invigorating, and says Brooks changed her life forever. Want to give it a try? Start with this hour.  

What is college for?
December 30, 2017

Bill DeresiewiczDo you know people who are sweating the college admissions process? Not just prospective students, but their friends and especially their parents? I have a gift for them. I don’t usually refer to my talk show as a gift, but this encore with Excellent Sheep author Bill Deresiewicz is a work of art. Bill reminded me all over again why I got into radio. To have sparkling conversations about things that matter, and to share those with you.

Zuckerman book newThe Greatest Trade Ever author Greg Zuckerman is back in this encore edition of one of my favorite installments of the show. He tells the story of how hedge fund manager John Paulson made billions of dollars by betting against risky mortgages and financial companies on the verge of failing. Greg’s the award-winner Wall Street Journal writer who broke the story. John Paulson was Katie’s scholarship donor at NYU.