On Mic Podcast
Gary Leavitt is a long-time Boston radio personality, voice-over actor, impressionist and writer. His latest creative project is a children’s book called “Charlie Horse,” which addresses the issue of childhood bullying.
Meet a television maven who has penned several great books about some of our favorite shows. He’s Bob Lesczcak showcasing his wonderful book, “The Odd Couple on Stage and Screen: A History with Cast and Crew Profiles and an Episode Guide.
James Villarreal has been a practicing psychotherapist for decades, helping thousands of children and adults find balance in their lives. He is a leading expert on the power and interpretation of dreams. On this edition,
Meet Simon Stephenson, the author of one of the most creative, funny and touching novels of the year. His book is “Set My Heart to Five,” and it’s a totally human tale told by a robot in the not too distant future.
She is one of the most decorated Olympic gymnasts in this country’s history. One of America’s Sweethearts! Meet Shannon Miller who holds all kinds of athletic records. She is also a winner in another arena.
We explore vibrant health today with Dr. Lydia Knutson from the Lydian Center for Innovative Health in Cambridge Massachusetts, an internationally renowned practice offering treatment for adults and children.
Today’s guest is a double threat. Meet Gerald Elias. Jerry is not only a world renowned classical violinist who played for years with the Boston Symphony Orchestra. He’s also a talented novelist with a series of mysteries featuring crime solver and ...
I welcome great friend Robert Rosenberg to the podcast. Bob is the author of a new memoir entitled, “Around the Corner to Around the World: A Dozen Lessons I Learned Running Dunkin Donuts.” Enjoy business AND life lessons along with behind-the-scenes...
Meet the man who has done so much to produce and promote live theatre in Boston. He’s Josiah Spaulding head of the Boch Center for the Arts. We talk about the incredibly harmful impact of Covid-19 on the arts in general and specifically on theatre.
Shellye Archambeau is a dynamic leader in the business community. One of the first female African American CEO’s in the high tech realm, she shares her life story and solid advice on success in business and life in her new book,