Music 101 Pocket Edition 136 - Slowdive, Tami Neilson  

Tami Neilson shares her musical history with Music 101 host Alex Behan, Kirsten Johnstone finds out where English shoegazers Slowdive were for the past two decades.

Wendy Strgar: Sex That Works  

Wendy Strgar is an award-winning entrepreneur, writer, and the founder of the renowned organic personal care product company Good Clean Love. With Sounds True, she has published Sex That Works: An Intimate Guide to Awakening Your Erotic Life. In this episode of Insights at the Edge, Tami Simon speaks with Wendy about Sex That Works—particularly […]

A musical history with Tami Neilson  

Tami Neilson delivers a history lesson in her upcoming tour as she sings the songs of sinners.

Caroline Adams Miller: Getting Grit  

Caroline Miller is one of the world's foremost experts in positive psychology and the author of books such as Creating Your Best Life and My Name Is Caroline. With Sounds True, she has recently published Getting Grit: The Evidence-Based Approach to Cultivating Passion, Perseverance, and Purpose. In this episode of Insights at the Edge, Tami […]

Episode 27: Basketball Wives' Tami Roman Meets The Casey Crew...  

DJ Envy and Gia sit down with special guest Tami Roman and her boyfriend Reggie Youngblood. They discuss topics across the table from how they met to whether Tami had reservations about Reggie being so much younger to how long they can go for in the bedroom. Tami discusses getting butt shots and even talks about how she will not fully go down on her Reggie.

Henry Grayson: Your Self-Healing Power  

Henry Grayson, PhD, is a psychotherapist, public speaker, and the author of such books as Changing Approaches to the Psychotherapies and The New Physics of Love. With Sounds True, he has published his newest book, Your Power to Heal: Resolving Psychological Barriers to Your Physical Health. In this episode of Insights at the Edge, Tami […]

Shoot Your Shot and Tami Roman Interview  

Monday 4/17 - Today on the show a listener tried to shoot her shot at her friend after they had a night of drinking and they hooked up, but it didn't go in her favor. Also, Tami Roman stopped by to promote the new seasons of "Basketball Wives". Also, Charlamagne gave Donkey of the Day to Steve Stephens for going on a killing spree.

Insanity Check #565: The New UFC  

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We just want to make it to 2018 and Black Panther Mass Effect Andromeda is a great game United Airlines is the new UFC United's CEO has to issue 4 different statements No...Dr. Dao is not the "Asian Rosa Parks" Sean Spicer, Hitler's use of chemical weapons & "Holocaust Centers" Jeffrey Lord compare Trump to MLK Don Lemon is fed up Let's all laugh at Tina...I mean Tami...Lahren Great Moments in White Privilege  Traveling backpackers beg for money to continue their vacations Black Woman Shoutout Lynnfield Historical Consulting - helps people with genealogy and other history-related projects.  Rayo & Honey - Goods With Positive Intent: pennants handcrafted in Brooklyn w/felt text combining urban pop-culture & modern design aesthetic My Sisters and Me - Women of Color Photographers Network and Support Group

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Richie Davidson: New Frontiers for Creating Healthy Minds  

Dr. Richard Davidson is a world-renowned research professor, director of the Waisman Laboratory for Brain Imaging and Behavior, and founder of the Center for Healthy Minds. His research focuses on the neurological basis of emotion and its effects on everyday behavior. In this episode of Insights at the Edge, Tami Simon speaks with Dr. Davidson […]

Oh, My God  

John Fugelsang, Tami Sagher and Aman Ali are panelists. Who better to help us talk through religion than these three comedians? We look into unholy fruit, religion in banking and the politics of reincarnation. A.J. Jacobs is fact-checker.

Judith Orloff: How To Thrive as an Empath  

Judith Orloff, MD, is a psychiatrist and the New York Times bestselling author of books such as The Power of Surrender. With Sounds True, Dr. Orloff has recently published The Empath's Survival Guide: Life Strategies for Sensitive People. In this episode of Insights at the Edge, Tami Simon and Dr. Orloff explore the lives of […]

Emily Bennington: Becoming a Clear Channel for the Expression of Love in This Moment  

Emily Bennington is an author and teacher both of contemplative practice and leadership strategies. With Sounds True, Emily has released the book (and companion audiobook) Miracles at Work: Turning Inner Guidance into Outer Influence. In this episode of Insights at the Edge, Tami Simon speaks with Emily about the perennial spiritual text that inspired Miracles […]

Gabor Maté: The Roots of Healing  

Dr. Gabor Maté is an author, speaker, and physician who specializes in addiction, stress, and childhood development. His many books include In the Realm of Hungry Ghosts and When the Body Says No. In this episode of Insights at the Edge, Tami Simon speaks with Dr. Maté about his views on modern mental health evaluation—specifically […]

Athletes' Feats  

Katie Nolan, DeMaurice Smith and Tami Sagher are panelists. The Fox Sports 1 host, NFL Players Association head, and comedian keep their eyes on the ball as contestants throw fascinating facts their way — about the strategy, scoring, business and history of competitive athletics.

Ep. 6: Friday Night Lights, Season 5  

Derek Phillips (Billy Riggins) questions if his character has the potential to be the next Coach, Connie Britton (Tami Taylor) talks about filming that big fight scene with Kyle Chandler, Scott Porter (Jason Street) reenacts how he thinks his character would've reacted to news of Tim Riggins in jail, and more. Hosts Darren Franich and Sam Highfill break down what makes season 5 so special. Credits: Hosts: Darren Franich (@darrenfranich) and Samantha Highfill (@samhighfill) Producer: Cristina Everett (@cristinaeverett) Editor: At Will Radio (@atwillradio) Contact Us:

Season 2 Preview  

We're back! Here's a preview of our second season which begins February 19th. Over the next 10 weeks you'll hear all sorts of fascinating things you didn't know, as our contestants try to wow captains of industry, heads of institutions and other professional smart people, plus great comedians like Aasif Mandvi, Lizz Winstead, John Fugelsang, Faith Salie, Aman Ali, Tami Sagher, Eugene Mirman, Hari Kondabolu, and Maeve Higgins.

Ep. 3: Friday Night Lights, Season 2  

Writers Bridget Carpenter and Kerry Ehrin reveal which storyline the Writers' Strike prevented them from finishing, Adrianne Palicki (Tyra Collette) shares "the one good thing" about the Landry-murder storyline, Connie Britton (Tami Taylor) defends the season many want to forget, and more. Hosts Darren Franich and Sam Highfill debate the highs and lows of season 2. Credits: Hosts: Darren Franich (@darrenfranich) and Samantha Highfill (@samhighfill) Producer: Cristina Everett (@cristinaeverett) Editor: At Will Radio (@atwillradio) Contact Us:

Ep. 2: Friday Night Lights, Season 1  

Connie Britton (Tami Taylor) reveals the story arc she and Kyle Chandler refused to film, Zach Gilford (Matt Saracen) and Louanne Stephens (Grandma Saracen) talk about shooting that memorable Mr. Sandman scene, Scott Porter (Jason Street) shares his experience training with wheelchair rugby pros, and more. Hosts Darren Franich and Sam Highfill tackle season one with the hard-hitting questions, like "Whatever happened to Wavely??" Credits: Hosts: Darren Franich (@darrenfranich) and Samantha Highfill (@samhighfill) Producer: Cristina Everett (@cristinaeverett) Editor: At Will Radio (@atwillradio) Contact Us:

Ep. 1: Friday Night Lights pilot  

Scott Porter (Jason Street) shares his surprising audition process, Connie Britton (Tami Taylor) talks about her transition from the FNL movie to TV show, Zach Gilford (Matt Saracen) reveals how he played his role far from what anyone expected, and more. Hosts Darren Franich and Sam Highfill dive into the show’s series premiere and revisit the residents of Dillon, Texas. Credits: Hosts: Darren Franich (@darrenfranich) and Samantha Highfill (@samhighfill) Producer: Cristina Everett (@cristinaeverett) Editor: At Will Radio (@atwillradio) Contact Us:


Jen takes to the All Things Comedy studios to talk with her friend, old comedy stomping ground pal, and now children’s author Tami Fitzkoff about her journey from the east to the west coast, coming out, going back in, coming out and finding love, changing her mind about kids, health issues that used to cause shame, traveling to Paris and not falling in love, putting away a life in comedy by listening to an inner voice, and living a life for yourself, not for your family’s expectations. Oh, and of course there’s talk of NYC on 9/11 in this episode! First of the year! Her children’s book about embracing being different “Be The Grapes” is available on  This episode is sponsored by

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