Renowned yoga teacher and endurance athlete Sage Rountree talks about her new book Everyday Yoga; Nation TT Champion and Olympic hopeful Carmen Small tells about racing with the boys
Carole and LP talk about what makes a folk hero, and how Joan of Arc is a prime example.
Dr. Jamin Brahmbhatt tells us about drive4menshealth.com and how their 60+ city tour in a Tesla is bringing the message to pay attention to your health to thousands of men, who can name their first car but can’t tell you the last time they went to a physician. Then, we talk with John Eustice from Spara Cycling and the Thompson Bucks County Bicycle Classic.
Julia and L.P. talk about adult summer reading, as well as some tips for powering through a challenging book this summer.
It’s our 250th Show! And, I have two outstanding encore interviews for you. Michael Aisner is best known for his work with the Red Zinger and Coors Classic series; but, that would barely scratch the surface of his work. Gary Helfrich is considered the “father of titanium” and the genius behind the famous Arctos Frame jigs. But, how about his 10 years as a roadie?
Monica, a youth services associate at the Noble Neighborhood branch, talks about practicing oral traditions in a true storytelling series for teens.
Dr. Roger Kruse and Dr. Zach Mellion talk about regenerative medicine; Dave Chauner gives us some pro-cycling history, a look a the World Cycling League, and we chat about his novel High Road: Chasing the Yellow Jersey
Constance Dickerson talks about what makes her Noble Neighborhood branch unique: the Welcome Hub, a community building program for recent immigrants to the area.
Two “feel good” interviews are up this evening. First, Sam Fox who is the outreach and engagement officer for the Michael J. Fox Foundation, raising millions of dollars for Parkinson’s Disease research. Then, we speak with Jamie Bianchini about his 80 country, 8 year journey traveling with his best friend and two tandems as they bring a message of “getting stuff done” to all they meet.