On Mic Podcast
Meet author, commentator, historian and playwright Jack Beatty, longtime writer/editor for the Atlantic Magazine and NPR analyst. His latest project is a two-man play entitled, “The Battle Not Begun: Munich 1938.
In this bonus double episode, we celebrate hard work and dedication to helping others, that is so much of what America is all about. This 4th of July, I am saluting two fine organizations. Ed Mitchell heads up the Veterans Northeast Outreach Center,
Meet a married couple on a worthwhile mission. Jay and Shira Ruderman head up The Ruderman Family Foundation that believes inclusion and understanding of all people is essential to a fair and flourishing community.
Meet Stephanie Raffelock, host of the podcast Coffee Table Wisdom that celebrates mid-life as a bold revolution that encourages creativity, activity and vibrancy. She’s also here to talk about her wonderful new, “A Delightful Little Book on Aging,
Bill Boggs practically wrote the book on interviewing the famous. With a multi decade career in television including stints with all of the major networks, PBS, the Travel Channel and more. Plus Bill has written an off-Broadway play and other books in...
Meet Bob Coughlin, president and CEO of the Massachusetts Biotechnology Council. Bob’s organization boasts over 1300 members in the highly diverse life sciences industry throughout the Bay State and beyond.
Meet radio pro Bob Bronson who has returned to host mornings in Boston at WROR 105.7. Bob is a proud navy veteran and native New Englander, blessed with a glorious voice and engaging personality that has made him a success in the industry.
Casting is an integral part of any production. Meet the co-owners of Boston Casting, one of the nation’s top casting companies. Angela Peri and Lisa Lobel are seasoned pros and along with their team can do it all – feature films, independent films,
Making his third visit to the podcast, great friend Brad Meltzer presents his latest historic thriller, “The Lincoln Conspiracy: The Secret Plot to Kill America’s 16th President – and Why It Failed.” Everyone knows the story of Abraham Lincoln’s assas...
Hooray for Hollywood! More specifically Hooray for the women who made extraordinary contributions to American cinema for over 100 years. It’s all documented in a beautiful book of photos and essays from the silent era to todayccalled “Hollywood: Her ...