My crusade to introduce you to the great voice-over masters continue with one of the very best. He’s Will Lyman, the voice of the nationally televised “Frontline” program on PBS for over three decades. Will has lent his authoritative voice to countless documentaries and commercials and is also an accomplished stage and film actor. Meet the man behind one of the most impressive voices in our industry!
Meet “Mr. Ephemera!” He’s Brian Coleman, avid historian, archivist, lover and preserver of pop culture memories found on paper—ads, posters, tickets and more from Boston based publications dating back several decades. He’s catalogued it all loosely in two impossible-to-put-down volumes. “Buy Me, Boston Volume 2” features more than 600 additional vintage advertisements, posters and flyers from the businesses and characters that made the city tick in the 1960’s, ‘70s and ‘80s – restaurants, hair salons, bands, bars, clothing boutiques and so much more! The stories about the ephemera that Brian has can apply to most cities on earth, so settle back and enjoy one really fun nostalgia trip!
Glad you found time to check out this podcast with Harvard Assistant Business Professor Ashley Whillans, a leading voice in time and happiness research. Her new book “Time Smart: How to Reclaim Your Time & Live a Happier Life,” will have you re-examining just how you deal with time and how you can be happier and more production being smart about it!
Meet an innovative artist, author, teacher, storyteller and historian Giles Laroche. He has several books to his credit including his latest entitled “Lost Cities,” a visually stunning look at ancient cities from around the world combining culture, history, geography, architecture and mystery. All aboard for your ancient global tour!