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Hi, I’m Dax Shepard, and I love talking to people. I am endlessly fascinated by the messiness of being human, and I find people who are vulnerable and honest about their struggles and shortcomings to be incredibly sexy. I invite you to join me as I explore other people’s stories. We will celebrate, above all, the challenges and setbacks that ultimately lead to growth and betterment. What qualifies me for such an endeavor? More than a decade of sobriety, a degree in Anthropology and four year ...
 
Hi, Dax Shepard here. I’m fascinated by smart people with a unique point of view. On this show, I leverage people’s vague awareness of me as an actor to talk with a bunch of bona fide experts. It’s a soothing mix of brain candy and defensive humor (my response to feeling intellectually outclassed). Join me on a layman’s journey through the Land of Specialists!
 
What do investors and entrepreneurs really say when no one is around? Join Gregory Shepard, a Serial Entrepreneur, Author, Speaker and Angel Venture Capital Investor, as he interviews guests who are making their investments work and building their businesses. If you are an investor, entrepreneur or just want to peek into their minds, this podcast is for you. The BOSS Podcast with Gregory Shepard from ForbesBooks Radio.
 
The News with Shepard Smith is CNBC’s nightly news podcast providing deep, non-partisan coverage and perspective on the day’s most important stories. Featuring on-the-ground reporting from around the globe, The News with Shepard Smith goes beyond the headlines to give listeners sharp context into the world around them. It is punctuated by compelling, thought-provoking expert guests – all pulled together by Shepard Smith’s trademark devotion to speed, accuracy and the trust of his audience. A ...
 
This is a true account of certain events that occurred in Scotland in 1965. You might have heard the rumours — whispers of an evil plot involving time travel, dangerous experiments, a secret fortress, a terrible book, famous authors and, regrettably, murder. You might also have heard of heroes who were caught up in this plot, fighting to do the right thing. That sounds a lot more impressive than it actually was. My name is Boone Shepard. I’m here to set the record straight.
 
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The city of Minneapolis is bracing for the verdict of Derek Chauvin’s murder trial. Civil rights lawyer David Henderson discusses the closing arguments. The head of the CDC warned against the steady climb of coronavirus cases in the U.S. Dr. Carlos Del Rio, professor of medicine at Emory University School of Medicine, discussed what needs to be don…
 
Macklemore is Grammy Award-winning rapper and songwriter. Macklemore joins the Armchair Expert to talk about growing up in a progressive neighborhood in Seattle, falling in love with music when he heard the Beverly Hills Cops soundtrack, and why he chose East Coast Rap over West Coast Rap. Dax and Macklemore open up about their journeys with sobrie…
 
Greg wraps up his conversation with TV and Podcast host, best-selling author and the CEO of the C-Suite Network, Jeffrey Hayzlett. In part two, Jeff shares how entrepreneurs can build a bigger, bolder version of themselves, what he's learned from hosting a podcast, and how he evolved from the CMO of Kodak into a business media thought leader.…
 
Michael Moss is a #1 New York Times bestselling author and Pulitzer Prize–winning investigative reporter. Michael joins the Armchair Expert to discuss food addiction, the invention of processed food, and what government oversight of the food industry would look like. Michael and Dax discuss free will when it comes to diet, how big food companies us…
 
The U.S. government reports there are over 21,000 migrant children in custody. It’s expected to rise to 30,000 next month. NBC’s Dasha Burns discusses one story of a mom who struggled to find her son. Hallie Jackson reports on a group called Parents for Peace that is trying to help families bring people out of hate and extremism. NBC’s Maura Barret…
 
Michael Moss is a #1 New York Times bestselling author and Pulitzer Prize–winning investigative reporter. Michael joins the Armchair Expert to discuss food addiction, the invention of processed food, and what government oversight of the food industry would look like. Michael and Dax discuss free will when it comes to diet, how big food companies us…
 
Dr. Atul Gawande, professor at Harvard’s School of Public Health, says while the continued pause of the J&J vaccine may harm the public’s trust in getting the vaccine, it may have been necessary for the younger population because there have been incidents of rare blood clots. However, he says there is no evidence the J&J vaccine is harmful for peop…
 
People are angry after a Minneapolis police officer said she accidentally shot and killed 20-year-old Daunte Wright when she really meant to pull out her taser. NBC’s Ron Allen reports on the situation on the ground in Minneapolis. Civil rights lawyer David Henderson also says the police should have fired the officer who accidentally shot and kille…
 
A new study shows Regeneron’s antibody cocktail can offer strong protection against Covid-19, but Regeneron’s antibody cocktail still needs FDA approval for the drug to be used for preventative use. Meg Tirrell reports. Iran is accusing Israel of sabotaging an important nuclear facility. Iran is now vowing revenge. Israel has not officially taken r…
 
Hank Azaria (The Simpsons, Brockmire, The Birdcage) is an Emmy-award winning actor and comedian. Hank joins the Armchair Expert to discuss his addiction and recovery, being mistaken as someone in the upholstery business, and the controversy around his Simpson’s character. Hank and Dax discuss getting in touch with your emotions to help with conflic…
 
Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp praised the Augusta National Golf Club for not caving to the political pressures that have befallen the state recently. The event took place after the Republican governor signed last month an election bill that critics say disproportionately disenfranchises voters of color. Major League Baseball announced on April 2 it pulle…
 
This week Greg is joined by a business rock star, Jeffrey Hayzlett. Jeff is a TV and Podcast host, best-selling author and the CEO of the C-Suite Network. In part one, Greg and Jeff discuss how companies were able to succeed during the pandemic, how entrepreneurs can shut out the haters and what it means to be a 'hero business'.…
 
Two mass shootings happened in the past two days killing five, including a doctor and two grandchildren. Former NFL player Phillip Adams shot five people, and then shot himself in South Carolina. Officials have yet to determine the motive. And at least one person is dead after a shooting at a warehouse in Bryan, Texas. The suspect is currently in c…
 
Daniel Goleman, PhD is a two-time Pulitzer Prize nominated author and science journalist. Daniel joins the Armchair Expert to discuss the differences between cognitive empathy, emotional empathy, and empathic concern, and that emotional intelligence starts with being aware and able to name your feelings. Daniel explains the importance of cognitive …
 
Daniel Goleman, PhD is a two-time Pulitzer Prize-nominated author and science journalist. Daniel joins the Armchair Expert to discuss the differences between cognitive empathy, emotional empathy, and empathic concern, and that emotional intelligence starts with being aware and able to name your feelings. Daniel explains the importance of cognitive …
 
: One in three Covid patients develop neurological or mental disorders, according to a recent study. Dr. Sue Varma, NYU Langone, discusses the fallout among people who’ve suffered from Covid. NBC’s Priscilla Thompson reports on efforts in Michigan to vaccinate younger people in an effort to prevent Covid surges. NBC’s Jane Timm discusses Kentucky’s…
 
Some Americans say they’re still concerned about getting a Covid vaccine. CNBC’s Meg Tirrell reports on vaccine hesitancy that’s still prevalent in some places around the country. Dr. Ashish Jha, Brown University dean of the School of Public Health, discusses the impact of Covid variants and the inconsistency of information citizens are getting fro…
 
Travel opportunities are opening up for fully-vaccinated Americans. CNBC’s Seema Mody reports on new CDC guidelines for travelers. CNBC’s Meg Tirrell reports on how vaccine developers are approaching the development of a universal Covid vaccine. Human smugglers are promising safe and easy trips to the U.S. in Facebook posts that aren’t true. NBC’s …
 
Lamorne Morris (New Girl, Woke, Unwanted) is an actor, comedian and podcaster. Lamorne joins the Armchair Expert to discuss growing up on the southside of Chicago, how he knew he wanted to get into comedy at a young age and his relationship with his father. Lamorne and Dax discuss systemic racism, the time he got handcuffed after trying to stop a f…
 
The U.S. Capitol came under attack today, killing one police officer after an individual rammed his car into two officers at a checkpoint. The attacker and a U.S. Capitol Police officer have both died, a law enforcement representative announced at a press conference. Lt. Gen. Russel Honoré discussed what could have been done to prevent the death of…
 
China is now boycotting Nike and H&M after the companies expressed concerns about reports of forced labor in China’s Xinjiang region. Eunice Yoon reports. CNBC’s Meg Tirrell reports Pfizer’s Covid-19 vaccine is effective against the more contagious South African Covid variant. Pfizer’s vaccine is also effective for 6 months, according to clinical t…
 
Walter Isaacson is an American author, journalist, and professor. Walter joins the Armchair Expert to discuss his work as a biographer, that it’s important to remember that all people are human, and how much more inspiring they are when you realize that. Walter explains the three great innovation revolutions of modern times, how transformative Jenn…
 
Walter Isaacson is an American author, journalist, and professor. Walter joins the Armchair Expert to discuss his work as a biographer, that it’s important to remember that all people are human, and how much more inspiring they are when you realize that. Walter explains the three great innovation revolutions of modern times, how transformative Jenn…
 
Companies are planning for how they want to restructure workspaces for employees as more people get vaccinated. Only a small percentage of companies are making the vaccine mandatory, while others are implementing a hybrid of both remote and in-person office work. Dr. Peter Hotez, co-director of the Center for Vaccine Development at Texas children’s…
 
One off-duty firefighter testified at Derek Chauvin’s murder trial today on what she and other bystanders experienced watching George Floyd die. NBC’s Jay Gray and Civil rights lawyer David Henderson discuss what happened during the second day of Derek Chauvin’s trial. The U.S. is facing a growing surge of migrants at the border. NBC’s Antonia Hylt…
 
President Biden is proposing a $3 trillion recovery plan that will be split into two bills. The first one will focus on infrastructure and the second will address social inequities such as expanding child care and health care. CNBC’s Eunice Yoon reports The World Health Organization was not given enough data from China to determine how Covid-19 ori…
 
Rachel Bilson (The O.C., Hart of Dixie, Jumper) is an actress and podcast host. Rachel joins the Armchair Expert to discuss getting her role on The O.C. at twenty-one years old and how being a fourth-generation actor helped keep her grounded. Rachel and Dax discuss Rachel’s tantric sex expert mother, how to talk to your kids about sex, and how poor…
 
Coronavirus cases are rising again with more than 58,000 new cases per day. That’s a 7% increase over the past week. Dr. Vin Gupta, affiliate assistant professor at the University of Washington, discusses whether the U.S. is doing enough to stay ahead of the increasing Covid cases. Researchers at the National Institute of Health have launched a mas…
 
Sam Pollard is an Emmy Award-winning and Oscar-nominated director and producer. Sam joins the Armchair Expert to discuss growing up in Harlem in the 50s, his path into becoming a film editor, and working with Spike Lee. Sam talks about his new film MLK/FBI: the red scare, non-monogamous activity, and racism.…
 
Greg wraps up his conversation with Patrick McKenna, an experienced entrepreneur, investor and business leader. In part two, Patrick discusses how he founded LiveOps and scaled it from a single office in Palo Alto to a workforce with 20,000 employees and how his military experience prepared him for the dangerous world from entrepreneurship.…
 
The Biden administration is under scrutiny as critics say the White House was not prepared for a surge in unaccompanied children arriving at the U.S.-Mexico border. Caitlin Dickerson, a journalist who covers immigration at the Atlantic, says one challenge for the administration is addressing Congress on making “meaningful” changes to build more bor…
 
Dr. Susan Liautaud (The Power of Ethics) is an author, teacher of ethics at Stanford University, and founder of Susan Liautaud & Associates Limited. Susan joins the Armchair Expert to discuss ethics: the six forces present in all ethical dilemmas, why we can’t look at things in a binary manner, and how we’re only as ethical as our last decision. Su…
 
Dr. Susan Liautaud (The Power of Ethics) is an author, teacher of ethics at Stanford University, and founder of Susan Liautaud & Associates Limited. Susan joins the Armchair Expert to discuss ethics: the six forces present in all ethical dilemmas, why we can’t look at things in a binary manner, and how we’re only as ethical as our last decision. Su…
 
Scientists are saying a new Covid variant called B.1.526 may have higher transmissibility. Meg Tirrell reports this Covid variant is likely found in Northeastern states. The pandemic has also caused what’s known as a “she-cession.” The number of working women have reached a 33-year low as many women have been either laid off or voluntarily left the…
 
We check in three months later with both contestants: Aaron has a girlfriend, septoplasty, lasik and colonoscopy while Charlie’s arms are back to looking huge. Dax & Monica present them with trophies and a framed photo of the baby in the white dress.Dax Shepard
 
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