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These are interviews with interesting people, which can be anyone. And I’m going to try to prove that. Does everyone have an interesting life, and have interesting things to say? I think so. I’m trying to show that so-called “average people” are just as compelling as celebrities. But unless you’re in my circle of friends, colleagues and acquaintances, you won’t know my guests. And I don’t give you any background or context about them. You’ll just have to listen - carefully - to what they say. These are conversations, not interviews. I don’t have a prepared set of questions. I just let the let the discussion go where it will.

These are interviews with interesting people, which can be anyone. And I’m going to try to prove that. Does everyone have an interesting life, and have interesting things to say? I think so. I’m trying to show that so-called “average people” are just as compelling as celebrities. But unless you’re in my circle of friends, colleagues and acquaintances, you won’t know my guests. And I don’t give you any background or context about them. You’ll just have to listen - carefully - to what they say. These are conversations, not interviews. I don’t have a prepared set of questions. I just let the let the discussion go where it will.
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These are interviews with interesting people, which can be anyone. And I’m going to try to prove that. Does everyone have an interesting life, and have interesting things to say? I think so. I’m trying to show that so-called “average people” are just as compelling as celebrities. But unless you’re in my circle of friends, colleagues and acquaintances, you won’t know my guests. And I don’t give you any background or context about them. You’ll just have to listen - carefully - to what they say. These are conversations, not interviews. I don’t have a prepared set of questions. I just let the let the discussion go where it will.

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@DoxrusEd

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English

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Episodes

Norma Vega, Part 2

11/20/2019
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Duration:00:38:04

Norma Vega, Part 1

11/18/2019
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Duration:00:35:22

Janet Lorenz, Part 3

10/17/2019
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Duration:00:33:17

Janet Lorenz, Part 2

10/16/2019
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Duration:00:38:15

Janet Lorenz, Part 1

10/16/2019
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Duration:00:40:18

Tina McKenzie, Part 2

10/1/2019
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Duration:00:50:06

Tina McKenzie, Part 1

9/16/2019
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Duration:00:42:41

Heather Sabin, Part 1

9/7/2019
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Duration:00:38:30

Heather Sabin, Part 2

9/7/2019
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Duration:00:44:33

Brandee Cox, Part 1

9/7/2019
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Duration:00:44:26

Brandee Cox, Part 2

9/7/2019
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Duration:00:47:30

Joe Lindner, Part 2

8/19/2019
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Duration:00:31:55

Jon Marquis, Part 2

8/19/2019
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in which we discuss depression, the joys and sorrows of concerts, canvassing for jail reform with Jane Fonda, and a very special rescue dog. https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/prison-arts-programs-produce-change-that-no-audit-can-measure/2019/04/08/8c7fd7a0-5a0e-11e9-9625-01d48d50ef75_story.html

Duration:00:44:42

Jon Marquis, Part 1

8/18/2019
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Duration:00:42:47

Joe Linder, Part 1

8/18/2019
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Duration:00:36:39

Andrew Bradburn, Part 2

8/13/2019
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Duration:00:44:46

Andrew Bradburn, Part 1

8/12/2019
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Duration:00:41:17

Jessi Jones, Part 2

8/10/2019
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Duration:00:35:56