As Americans grapple with social distancing, Katie Herzog returns to the podcast to talk about surviving as a shut-in, binge-watching Al Pacino, the death of bars and handshaking, and whether to force her nurse girlfriend to live in a tent out back.
Matt Lewis & the News
Thomas Wedell-Wedellsborg’s work on innovation led HR Magazine to recognize him as a “Top 20 International Thinker.” On today’s podcast, he talks with Matt about his book, What’s Your Problem?
Dr. Thomas Geisbert, a world-renowned Ebola researcher at The University of Texas Medical Branch, talks about coronavirus. In 2014, Geisbert was recognized as a “Person of the Year” by Time magazine. (Disclosure: He’s also my first cousin.)
Mark Weinberg, former special advisor and press secretary to President Ronald Reagan, talks about his new book “Movie Nights With The Reagans.” (Rebroadcast.)
Paul Wilson is Chairman and CEO of Wilson Grand Communications in Old Town Alexandria, Virginia. During this podcast, Paul and Matt discuss whether political ads still matter, the ethics of Bernie Sanders profiting off of ad placements, and why Kansas Republicans are in danger of losing a U.S. Senate seat.
Steve Kornacki, National Political Correspondent for NBC News and MSNBC, talks about Joe Biden’s amazing turnaround–and why he’s poised to win the 2020 Democratic nomination.