Conversations with Tyler | 6 June 2018 | 1h 22m | Listen Later | iTunes
Luxuriate in the interplay between two fine, but unconventional, thinkers. Includes insights on Brooks’ writing process, loneliness, community, happiness and much more.
FT Tech Tonic | 11 October 2017 | 0h 37m | Listen Later | iTunes
Scientist and former Facebook and Google executive Mary Lou Jepsen on her latest startup, Openwater, where she and a team of researchers are working to develop a ski helmet-sized imaging device to dramatically lower the cost of medical imaging and one day read minds.
The Tim Ferriss Show | 21 January 2018 | 2h 26m | Listen Later | iTunes
This is a tear-jerker, with so many reasons to listen. Interview with Catherine Hoke, the founder of Defy Ventures, a nonprofit aimed at ending mass incarceration by harnessing entrepreneurship to transform prisoners. Hoke is the author of “A Second Chance: For You, for Me, and for the Rest of Us.” The conversation covers her background, advocacy for giving prisoners a second chance and deals openly and bravely with her redemption after her own second chance.
Podcast | 11 October 2018 | 0h 31m | Listen Later | iTunes
Interview with Andrew Roberts about his new biography on Winston Churchill, which draws on newly available archival material. Covers Churchill’s belief that he was ‘walking with destiny’, his prophecies of European disaster in the 1930s, as well as his drinking habits, the racist charges against him, and his singular ability to deliver some of the most memorable speeches of the 20th century.
Without Fail | 1 October 2018 | 0h 36m | Listen Later | iTunes
Part 1 of a two-part conversation about the rise and fall of Groupon, described as the fastest growing company in history. The first of the new Without Fail series of candid conversations with entrepreneurs, artists, athletes, visionaries of all kinds – about their successes, and their failures, and what they learned from both. Hosted by Alex Blumberg of the excellent Startup podcast.
The James Altucher Show | 30 August 2018 | 1h 10m | Listen Later | iTunes
Interview with Bassem Youssef, an Egyptian surgeon, who took to YouTube during the revolution to report what was really happening, quickly garnering an audience of 30m. With satire and comedy to defuse the tension, he told a story that changed lives.