Monthly Archives: April 2023

Tom Furrier -362

Meet a guy who  has never been busier.  Tom Furrier has had a lifelong love affair with the typewriter ( as had your affable host).  He owns Cambridge Typewriter and spends his days fixing and restoring old classics while serving as a “typewriter matchmaker” for those who yearn for the clickety clack sound  of the good old days.  Key in on this one and you’re guaranteed to be entertained while learning a lot!

Giovanni Pacini -361

You’re bound to get a real kick out today’s guest! We’re talking all-things soccer with my pal Giovanni Pacini. He’s a highly skilled and respected soccer coach who knows all the ins and outs of the game. Giovanni hosts his own podcast and radio show on the subject and shares his thoughts on how and why the sports is growing in popularity here in the U.S.

Jeff Williams -360

Time to talk shop once again with another talented voice-over artist.  Meet Texan Jeff Williams, an affable guy with a magnificent voice who started in the business only a few years back. Since then he has met with tremendous success, now heard on hundreds of commercials. I go “studio to studio” with Jeff for a wonderful conversation about his journey thus far and a bright future behind the microphone!


Meet an incredible young woman who is quite the entrepreneur.  Collette DiVito was born in 1990 with Down Syndrome. A few years back, she  began to bake her amazing cookies that friends and family members loved.  Since then she has developed a thriving successful nation-wide cookie business, employing many people with disabilities.   Collette also has a non-profit called Collettey’s  Leadership, mentoring and inspiring others with disabilities. Meet Collette and her mom Rosemary and you’re  guaranteed to get a hankering for those cookies!

Ashley Reichheld -358

The importance of trust is at an all-time high, just as our inclination to trust is at an all-time low. The perfect guest to address issues of trust is Ashley Reichheld, co-author of “The Four Factors of Trust: How Organizations Can Learn Lifelong Loyalty.” There are answers,trust me. Ashley has the answers!

Rebecca Boggs Roberts -357

Join us today for a fascinating look at a lesser known historical figure who played a key role in the leadership of the free world. But this person  was never elected. Rather, she was the outspoken first lady to Woodrow Wilson who suffered a stroke and was impaired during his president.  It was his wife who carefully controlled access to him and in essence helped run the White House. Meet historian/author Rebecca Boggs Roberts as we discuss her new book, “Untold Power: The Fascinating Rise and Complex Legacy of First Lady Edith Wilson.”

Natasha and Semyon Dukach -356

Meet the couple behind a vital humanitarian program helping war-torn victims in Ukraine. Natasha and Semyon Dukach created Cash for Refugees, a grassroots organization that has helped thousands of Ukrainians since the start of the war with direct cash payments.  A small group of volunteers travels regularly to Ukraine making it clear that the people there are not alone and not forgotten. Unlike so many other well-meaning charities, there is very little red tape or overhead. Just direct assistance to innocent victims of war. It is a story worth sharing!

Roberto Mighty Returns -355

We welcome back one of our favorite creative dynamos, long time friend and colleague Roberto Mighty.  Roberto is a busy TV producer and host with two exciting projects on PBS  “World’s Greatest Cemeteries” and “Getting Dot Older.”  You’re in for some history, mystery and lore with Roberto Mighty, a Renaissance filmmaker of the first order!