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Dan Bullock & Raúl Sánchez -216

Dan Bullock is a language and communications specialist/trainer at the United Nations Secretariat, training diplomats and global UN staff.   Dan is also a college professor at NYU with expertise in languages, negotiation and communication. Raúl Sánchez is an award-winning clinical assistant professor and the corporate program coordinator at New York University’s School of Professional Studies. He has designed and delivered corporate trainings for Deloitte and the United Nations, as well as been a writing consultant for Barnes & Noble Press and PBS.   Together they have authored the most engaging and entertaining study on communication in a book called, “How to Communicate Effectively—with Anyone, Anywhere.”  I just had to communicate with these two gents!  On Air: My Fifty Year Love Affair with Radio,” now available at Amazon. Jordan Rich is Boston’s busiest podcaster, appearing on over 400 podcast episodes and currently hosting 16 shows. To connect with him, visit


Bill Boggs -150

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 including his new hilarious novel, “The Adventures of Spike the Wonder Dog: AS Told to Bill Boggs. We tell stories about some of his favorite interviews, working with Morton Downey, Jr., the art of the interview and more! Jordan Rich is Boston’s busiest podcaster, appearing on over 400 podcast episodes and currently hosting 16 shows. To connect with him, visit

David Giltinan -125

My guest David Giltinan is a self-described “triple threat.”  He’s host of the popular  ARGcast, “Another Retro Gaming Podcast,”  he’s not only an expert video game player but a player in the video game industry, he’s a voiceover artist, writes for video games and helps to run a Kickstarter funded magazine.  David is my go-to guy for anything related to gaming.  So hold on tight to your consoles and get ready for the deep dive with David! Learn more about your host Jordan Rich at


Steven Karidoyanes -114

Steven Karidoyanes is an accomplished conductor, musician, composer and broadcaster, now in his 26th season leading the Plymouth Philharmonic Orchestra. This is also his 16th season conducting the New England Conservatory Youth Symphony, leading concerts in Boston’s most prestigious concert venues and in past concert tours of Italy, Greece, Costa Rica, Eastern Europe, Ireland and Spain. Steven’s love and appreciation for classical music and his natural abilities as a master showman make him one of the most respected conductors in his field.

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Jim Redfearn -112

Jim Redfearn is a well-respected retired Massachusetts State Trooper and a man of many skills.  Following his 21-year career on the force as a patrol officer and investigator, he served as an academy instructor.  Jim worked as a private investigator for one of Boston’s top law firms.  He’s also been an industrial commercial photographer for Edgerton, Germeshausen & Grier, a  company specializing in nuclear testing, marine studies and high speed photography. Today his passion is writing and on the podcast we’ll look at two of his thrilling police novels, each based on historical events, “The Rising at Roxbury Crossing,” about the 1919 Boston police strike and “An Appointed Time,” a story about the largest manhunt in Massachusetts state history.

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Garrison Keillor -111

He’s one of America’s great storytellers.  Meet radio talent, writer, producer, musician and humorist Garrison Keillor. Garrison talks with us about the origination of the beloved Prairie Home Companion radio show along with his work as a prolific writer of  best-selling novels and non-fiction books and essays.  He is currently on the road with live “Lake Wobegon” shows, playing to sold out audiences around the country.  Learn more about your host Jordan Rich at


Yannetty & The 7 Fingers -110

In this two-part episode, meet a very funny guy stand-up comic, actor and voice-over artist Joe Yannetty.  He’s worked all over the world and is a master craftsman when it comes to comedy.  Joe also faced the life threatening challenge of cancer and beat it.  Hear how his perspective on life, love and comedy have evolved.

Then, we have  entertainers who use their bodies to create theatrical shows thrilling audiences all over the world.  Brin and Sabine are with the international troupe “The 7 Fingers,” set to open at the Cutler Majestic Theatre in Boston this September.  They’re known for their acrobatic precision and athleticism.  Meet these young artists who wow spectators with incredible  feats of strength and dexterity.

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Joe Martelle -098

Joe Martelle is a  beloved radio veteran with fans throughout New England and the country. We’ll talk about his career as a writer, now with two published books including a bio of the late actor Robert Urich. Learn about Jordan Rich and his long career as a radio broadcaster, voice-over teacher and more at

Jim Boyd -096

Jim Boyd is a true renaissance man -news anchor, reporter, writer, producer, actor, life-long learner. A Hall of Fame broadcaster, Jim sits down to talk about his career, how TV news has evolved and how much fun it is to act alongside Morgan Freeman!  Learn about Jordan Rich and his long career as a radio broadcaster, voice-over teacher and more at


Holly Van Leuven -094

Holly Van Leuven has crafted a spectacular biography of one our favorite performers.  You’ll want to hear our discussion about the book “Ray Bolger – More than a Scarecrow.”  A must read for Oz fans and anyone who loves a fine show biz story! Find out more about Jordan Rich, Chart Productions and all the services they offer.