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Best podcasts about going there

Latest podcast episodes about going there

Freckled Foodie & Friends
“Going There” with Katie Couric

Freckled Foodie & Friends

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2022 46:47


In today's episode, I am joined by the legendary Katie Couric (I know, I'm freaking out too!!). Katie Couric is one of the most notable journalists in history, having worked for all three major TV networks (NBC, ABC, and CBS) and is now the co-founder of Katie Couric Media. She is most notably famous for her long-time career as the co-anchor of The Today Show. In this episode we discuss her decision to write her memoir, Going There, and why sharing her truth is so important. We discuss our innate desire to please others and how we are learning to be okay with not pleasing everyone, her incredible career and evolution, our history with body image struggles, and postpartum. Katie opens up about her struggles with intrusive thoughts during postpartum, how isolated she felt, and a reminder that you are not alone.Key Takeaway / Points:The process of writing her memoir, “Going There”, and why she decided it was time to share her truthAccepting that you cannot please everyoneHer lifelong career in the industry and any regrets she may haveBody image struggles while being in the public eyePostpartum intrusive thoughts and feelings of isolation and lonelinessFollow Katie Couric:Instagram: @katiecouric Twitter: @katiecouric Website: katiecouric.comNewsletter: Wake Up CallBook: Going ThereFollow me:Instagram: @freckledfoodieWebsite: freckledfoodie.comTikTok: freckledfoodieTwitter: @freckledfoodieYoutube: Cameron Rogers / Freckled FoodiePinterest: Freckled FoodieThis episode was edited by Tim Flanzbaum See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Katie Couric
Book tour bonus with Leslie Jordan

Katie Couric

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2021 40:18


This week on Next Question, Katie is sharing some interviews from her whirlwind, nine-city book tour, where she brought her memoir, “Going There,” to life and also shared the stage with some very special guests. On Nov. 13, Katie traveled to San Francisco and was joined at The Masonic by Leslie Jordan, actor, singer and another Instagram fave. Katie and Leslie talk about his childhood in Chattanooga, Tennessee, spending the pandemic with his mother, his surprise viral fame, and new music career. Follow all of Leslie's activities and antics on Instagram. Also, find out more about that new duets album, “Company's Coming.” Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Katie Couric
Book tour bonus with Brad Paisley and Kimberly Williams-Paisley

Katie Couric

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 46:27


This week on Next Question, Katie is sharing some interviews from her whirlwind, nine-city book tour, where she brought her memoir, “Going There,” to life and also shared the stage with some very special guests. On Nov. 15, Katie traveled down to Nashville and was joined at the Ryman Auditorium by Brad Paisley and Kimberly Williams-Paisley. The country music star and actor/activist talked with Katie about their meet-cute story, the ah-ha moments that set them on their paths, and their new joint non-profit that helps feed those in need, with dignity. Brad ends the conversation with a song! You can check out Brad and Kim's enterprise — The Store — in Nashville or online. And there's still time to catch Kim's Hallmark movies this holiday season! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Going There with Dr. Mike
Grace Gaustad Unlocks the "Black Box" of Mental Health

Going There with Dr. Mike

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 52:33


Singer-songwriter Grace Gaustad joins the Going There podcast to unlock that "black box" of mental health, particularly when it comes to the lasting effects of anti-LGBTQ+ bullying. Speaking with Dr. Mike, Gaustad describes how she was bullied because of her sexuality, and how that triggered her becoming severely depressed. The BLKBX: wht r u hding? musician explains how she started the non-profit organization the BLKBX Project in conjunction with her new album release. This organization focuses on teen mental illness, and addresses the fact that most people face stressful and traumatic issues such as bullying and mental illness in isolation. It's not uncommon to struggle in secret, in part because the stigma of mental illness causes us to assume – unfortunately, often rightly so – that we will be we will be harmed emotionally, socially, financially, even physically if we're too vocal about our issues. Similarly, people don't often check in on those facing mental challenges until there's a catastrophic event or it impacts our daily functioning. Gaustad explains how, like when an airplane crashes, we then investigate the black box that explains what went wrong; it's only then that we begin to try to figure out what's going on with ourselves or others. Listen to the latest episode of Going There with Dr. Mike now, and make sure you like and subscribe to the show wherever you get your podcasts. You can also follow along with the Consequence Podcast Network for updates on all our series. To make your voice heard on Going There or to ask a question for our monthly “Ask Dr. Mike” column, use this link to fill out a short questionnaire. Going There is an interview series presented by Consequence and Sound Mind Live. Clinical psychologist and life coach Dr. Mike Friedman talks with musicians about the crossroads where music and mental health meet. Musicians who have stepped up to share their wonderful work with us are now sharing the intimate details of their journey in living with mental illness. Dr. Mike asks the tough questions and has the difficult conversations, so that we can shine a light on the difficult topic of mental illness so we can all come out of the darkness, put an end to the stigma of mental illness, and get the care we need.

Katie Couric
Book tour bonus with Ina Garten

Katie Couric

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 45:59


This week on Next Question, Katie is sharing some interviews from her whirlwind, nine-city book tour, where she brought her memoir, “Going There,” to life and also shared the stage with some very special guests. On Nov. 8, Katie traveled down to Atlanta and was joined at the Atlanta Symphony Hall by Ina Garten, cook, Food Network host, author, and Instagram fave. Katie and Ina talk about Ina's Instagram celebrity and how to use the social platform for good, especially during the pandemic. They also talk about Ina's new projects, including a new show and a memoir (!), as well as how she comes up with new food recipes, the roast chicken that apparently sends couples into engagement, and meal Ina will never forget. Look out for Ina's new show called “Be My Guest” in 2022 and follow Instagram for more comfort food and drink. Speaking of drinks, here's the giant cosmopolitan recipe if you're curious (and thirsty!) Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Katie Couric
Book tour bonus with Kara Swisher

Katie Couric

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 41:13


This week on Next Question, Katie is sharing some interviews from her whirlwind, nine-city book tour, where she brought her memoir, “Going There,” to life and also shared the stage with some very special guests. On Oct. 30, Katie traveled down to Washington, D.C. and was joined at The Anthem theater by Kara Swisher — tech journalist, podcast host, nuisance to all of Silicon Valley. Katie and Kara talk about the future of media, the public's disintegrating trust in journalism, and all of those Facebook documents. Katie and Kara reference an interview Katie did with Sheryl Sandberg in 2019, where Katie held the Facebook COO's feet to the flame. You can find that interview and episode here. Get more from Kara Swisher on Twitter, or her podcasts Sway from the New York Times, and Pivot from New York Magazine. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Inside the Hive with Nick Bilton
In a New Memoir, Katie Couric Is “Going There” — But Where Was She Exactly?

Inside the Hive with Nick Bilton

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2021 86:30


This week, Katie Couric, legendary onetime cohost of NBC's Today show, talks to Inside the Hive's Joe Hagan about her frank and searing new memoir, Going There, which pulls back the curtain on her starry and sometimes starcrossed life and career. Couric recounts the sexist culture of network TV but also examines her own place in a culture that allowed alleged abusers like Matt Lauer, Jeff Fager and Les Moonves (Couric allies all) to thrive. There's plenty of blame to go around - including Couric's charge, in her book, that Hagan's 2007 cover story on Couric in New York magazine was a “hit job.” Hagan and Couric visit the spirits of media Past, Present and Yet to Come. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Katie Couric
Katie's book tour extravaganza episode!

Katie Couric

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2021 60:57


On this episode of Next Question, the last of the season, Katie is sharing some moments from her whirlwind book tour. After “Going There” came out in late October, Katie criss-crossed the country to bring the book — and her personal and professional life — to in-person audiences (such a novelty!) in nine different cities. Katie shared parts of her childhood, her rise to “Today Show” host, the journey to media entrepreneur, as well as the loss of her husband Jay and her second chance at love. She also brought some famous friends along, from Ina Garten and Kim and Brad Paisley, to Kara Swisher and Leslie Jordan (more on those interviews in special bonus episodes to come). But on today's episode, Katie is bringing conversations with some people you may not know, but should. These are people who Katie met along the way who were at the center of some of the biggest news stories of her career, from 9-11 and the Boston Marathon bombing, to the country's gun violence epidemic. These are ordinary people who responded to extraordinary events in inspiring and life-changing ways.  Find out more about the organizations mentioned in this podcast: 50 Legs Purpose over Pain Aimee Copeland Foundation Oral Lee Brown Foundation Get your copy of “Going There,” by Katie Couric. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

We're Going There With Bianca Juarez Olthoff
Episode 39: How To Read Your Bible with Zach Windahl

We're Going There With Bianca Juarez Olthoff

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2021 40:34


Hey friends, as we count down to the end of the year, many of us are contemplating this past year and what we are looking forward to next year. On today's show, we get to have a conversation on how to grow in your faith and impact the world around you with author, seminarian, and overall good guy, Zach Windahl. He wrote The Bible Study, and in this episode, I picked his brain on why the practice of reading God's word is important. My hope is that you love Zach as much as I do. Let us know what you learned from this episode by sharing on social media and tagging @BiancaOlthoff and @ZachWindahl. You can find all of his resources by going to The Brand Sunday. Friends, I want you all to know that in this season of gift-giving, you are a gift to me. Your comments, reviews, and emails keep encouraging us and are like wind to our sails. Love you and Merry Christmas, friends!

The Interview with Hugh Hewitt
138. Katie Couric, author, "Going There"

The Interview with Hugh Hewitt

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2021 31:12


Katie Couric talks about her memoir “Going There” with Hugh, including, of course, former President Trump, Jeff Zucker and the vast advantage of a great dad. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Going There with Dr. Mike
Chelsea Cutler on the Commodification of Mental Illness

Going There with Dr. Mike

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2021 58:08


Singer-songwriter Chelsea Cutler talks depression and the public perception of mental illness on the latest episode of Going There with Dr. Mike. During the conversation, one issue that Cutler raises is what she sees as the risk of the “commodification” of mental illness, where mental illness is represented as part of a product that is sold. Having mental illness represented in the public sphere has the potential to be validating and inclusive, but if it is not represented in a way that feels authentic to people who actually struggle with these issues, it may actually be damaging. Specifically, if the pain of depression gets glamorized for the purpose of selling an image or idea, this can make those who struggle with mental illness feel more alone and less understood. Cutler hopes that as we keep trying and keep having these important conversations about mental illness, we'll be more likely to validate and destigmatize people who struggle. So let's go there with Chelsea Cutler. To make your voice heard our ask a question for our monthly “Ask Dr. Mike” column, use this link to fill out a short questionnaire. Going There is an interview series presented by Consequence and Sound Mind Live. Clinical psychologist and life coach Dr. Mike Friedman talks with musicians about the crossroads where music and mental health meet. Musicians who have stepped up to share their wonderful work with us are now sharing the intimate details of their journey in living with mental illness. Dr. Mike asks the tough questions and has the difficult conversations, so that we can shine a light on the difficult topic of mental illness so we can all come out of the darkness, put an end to the stigma of mental illness, and get the care we need.

Talks at Google
Ep201 - Katie Couric | Going There

Talks at Google

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2021 64:55


Award-winning journalist Katie Couric discusses her recent book "Going There", the fast-paced, emotional, riveting story of a thoroughly modern woman, whose journey took her from humble origins to superstardom. Katie Couric is a New York Times best-selling author and a co-founder of Stand Up To Cancer. Since its launch in 2008, Stand Up To Cancer has raised more than $600 million to support cutting edge collaborative science, and its research has contributed to nine new FDA approved therapies. In 2017, she founded Katie Couric Media (KCM), which has developed a number of media projects, including a daily newsletter, a podcast, digital video series and several documentaries. Previous documentaries produced by KCM include: America Inside Out with Katie Couric, a six-part series for National Geographic; Gender Revolution: A Journey with Katie Couric, for National Geographic; Under the Gun, which aired on EPIX; and Fed Up, available on iTunes, Amazon and YouTube. Couric was also the executive producer of Unbelievable on Netflix and is developing other scripted projects. Couric was the first woman to solo anchor a network evening newscast, serving as anchor and managing editor of the CBS Evening News from 2006 to 2011, following 15-years as co-anchor of NBC's Today show. She also hosted a syndicated show and served as the Yahoo Global News Anchor until 2017. Most recently, Couric was the first guest host of the iconic game show Jeopardy!. She has won a duPont-Columbia, a Peabody, two Edward R. Murrows, a Walter Cronkite Award, and multiple Emmys. She was twice named one of Time magazine's 100 Most Influential People and was Glamour Magazine's Woman of the Year three times. Katie has received numerous awards for her cancer advocacy work, honored by both the Harvard and Columbia schools of public health, the American Cancer Society and The American Association of Cancer Researchers. Get the book here: https://goo.gle/2ZpzVCW. For more information on Katie, please visit https://katiecouric.com/. For more information on Stand Up To Cancer, please visit https://standuptocancer.org/. To watch the video of this event, please visit https://g.co/talksatgoogle/goingthere. 

Going There with Dr. Mike
How Claud Takes On the Super Monster of Anxiety

Going There with Dr. Mike

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2021 47:12


Speaking with host Dr. Mike Friedman, the Saddest Factory signee discusses struggling with obsessive compulsive disorder, generalized anxiety disorder, social anxiety, and panic attacks. The Super Monster musician recounts a range of situations in which they experience anxiety. For example, they explain how they experience persistent worry about being late to an appointment, that people are judging them harshly as awkward or weird, or panic while lying in the dark at night. Claud's story makes us realize that there are many of us out there who struggle with anxiety – and maybe we are not so alone or as “weird” as we think for struggling with our fear. So let's go there with Claud as they discuss wrestling with the Super Monster of anxiety. You can also go there with Claud live at their upcoming concerts, with tickets available here. Like and subscribe to Going There with Dr. Mike wherever you get your podcasts, and check out the Consequence Podcast Network for updates on all our shows. To make your voice heard our ask a question for our monthly “Ask Dr. Mike” column, use this link to fill out a short questionnaire. Going There is an interview series presented by Consequence and Sound Mind Live. Clinical psychologist and life coach Dr. Mike Friedman talks with musicians about the crossroads where music and mental health meet. Musicians who have stepped up to share their wonderful work with us are now sharing the intimate details of their journey in living with mental illness. Dr. Mike asks the tough questions and has the difficult conversations, so that we can shine a light on the difficult topic of mental illness so we can all come out of the darkness, put an end to the stigma of mental illness, and get the care we need.

We're Going There With Bianca Juarez Olthoff
Episode 37: Strength, Grace and Courage with Madison Prewett

We're Going There With Bianca Juarez Olthoff

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021 41:26


Hello friends! Today's conversation is around pop culture. Why do many Christians want to shy away from this topic? I want to jump in and have a conversation about it. Why? Well call me crazy, but I believe that everything including culture is covered by God's control and love otherwise known as this word sovereignty. The guest on today's show was by far one of my favorite stars from ABC's TV show The Bachelor. Madison Prewett shares how the ancient story of Esther is still relevant today and how some of those parallel lessons she's adopted in her own life help her navigate her journey, such as: Decide who you want to be before you step into your Big Moments Claim your confidence so you can get out of the comparison game Break free from the labels others put on you As always, I love letting our guests know the impact that they're having. And so it would mean the world to me if you share the love. You can tag her @MadiPrew and @BiancaOlthoff and let us know what you're learning. Also share and leave a positive review on Spotify, Apple Podcast or whatever platform you listen to your podcast. We appreciate you. And can't wait to chat next week. Love you, friends.

Kyle Meredith With...
Aimee Mann on Sad Songs, Mental Health, and Queens of The Summer Hotel

Kyle Meredith With...

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 72:01


Aimee Mann catches up with Kyle Meredith to talk about Queens of The Summer Hotel, an album that was written as the musical accompaniment for a planned stage adaptation of the book Girl, Interrupted. The singer-songwriter discusses the heavy subject matter, her own experiences with depression and mental health, dissociation, spending time in a treatment center, and how it all relates to the characters and lyrics within the songs. Mann also tells us about the freeing nature of writing stage music and directing the music towards the Burt Bacharach period of the late-'60s. Elsewhere, she also talks about dueting on Badfinger's "Name of the Game" for Susanna Hoffs' new album. Listen to the episode above, and make sure to subscribe to Kyle Meredith With… wherever you get your podcasts. For more information on all our shows, you can also follow the Consequence Podcast Network. In fact, you can also listen to Mann's recent appearance on CPN's Going There with Dr. Mike, during which she discussed the isolation of obsessive thinking and anxiety for Suicide Prevention Month. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Hysteria
“The Enjoy Today Show” (with Katie Couric)

Hysteria

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 101:10


Katie Couric joins Alyssa Mastromonaco to talk about her new memoir Going There, the backlash to her book and her favorite memories of the Thanksgiving Macy's Day Parade. Then Julissa Arce, Dana Schwartz, Akilah Hughes and Caroline Reston gather around the virtual dinner table to talk about their most controversial Thanksgiving takes and react to listeners submitting Hills. Happy Thanksgiving! Show Notes: The Couric Effect! Watch the Today Show segment where Katie takes viewers on her colonoscopy journey.   https://youtu.be/adMfyB-eHoI For a closed-captioned version of this episode, please visit crooked.com/hysteria.  For a transcript of this episode, please email transcripts@crooked.com and include the name of the podcast. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

We're Going There With Bianca Juarez Olthoff
Episode 36: Contentment and Gratitude: I Want What I Have with Bianca Juarez Olthoff

We're Going There With Bianca Juarez Olthoff

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 25:09


Friends, I love Thanksgiving! It's my favorite holiday. So today you have a chance to embrace gratitude and it is a way to get through this season with true JOY. But let's get real, who is responsible for your gratitude? It's not your boss, your spouse, your kids, your pastor, or your friend. YOU are responsible for your gratitude. I've learned one definition of thankfulness that I love. It is: WANTING WHAT I HAVE. Thankful people want what they have. Let's be content with what we have. Contentment is saying “I don't need it because I don't have it.” I have a loving Father who gets me every good thing that I need. I want you to join me and make this commitment this week and you can carry it through ‘till Christmas and onto the New Year: Every day make a list at least six things for what you're grateful for Then two times during the day you share it with someone that you are thankful for I'm grateful for you, friends. You've made my list today and I'm sharing it with you. My hope and my prayer as we go into this holiday season is that you are content with what God has given you. Share this episode on social media and tag me @BiancaOlthoff. I can't wait to chat next week! Love you friends!

Katie Couric
Book tour bonus: Katie shares the one conversation she can't stop thinking about

Katie Couric

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 37:06


Katie just wrapped up a whirlwind nine-city national book tour for her memoir, “Going There.” And when she was in Los Angeles she interviewed Tarana Burke, the activist, advocate and founder of the Me Too movement. It was a powerful conversation that Katie just can't stop thinking about. So, on this special bonus episode of Next Question with Katie Couric, Katie shares her conversation with Tarana Burke in full.  Get your copy of “Going There,” by Katie Couric. Find out more about Tarana Burke and check out her new memoir, “Unbound.” Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

We're Going There With Bianca Juarez Olthoff
Episode 35: The Best “Hood” is Fatherhood with Stephen Kendrick

We're Going There With Bianca Juarez Olthoff

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 40:10


Hello friends! Fathers play a role in every child's life that cannot be filled by others. This role can have a large impact on a child and help shape them into the person they become. On today's show, we have Stephen Kendrick, writer, producer, and director of popular films like Fireproof, Courageous, War Room, and Overcomer to discuss the recent documentary on fatherhood entitled SHOW ME THE FATHER. This documentary weaves four real-life fathering stories, providing an inspiring and hope-filled reminder of the importance of fathers in families and society. Friends, I know the topic of fatherhood might be hard for some to digest. So thank you for listening. My heart in doing this interview is that even if you don't have a father present in your life, you might come to know your heavenly Father who loves you, fights for you, and adores you. If you enjoyed the episode, consider sharing it with your friends or leaving a positive review. This helps the podcast get into more ears and hearts around the world. Sending you so much love, friends! Can't wait to catch you on next week's episode.

Going There with Dr. Mike
How UPSAHL Coped with Breakup Anxiety

Going There with Dr. Mike

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 39:31


It's common to struggle with anxiety following a difficult breakup, something UPSAHL knows all too well. She joined Dr. Mike Friedman on the Going There podcast to discuss how she dealt with being in her feelings. One of the things that is so difficult about breakups is how central our relationships, particularly romantic ones, can be in our lives. Thus when we have a split, it can feel like our whole being has been undermined. UPSAHL talks about feeling like her sense of self was so rattled that she was having an “identity crisis.” In this episode of Going There, she reveals how she understood and managed her anxiety. Make sure to like and follow Going There with Dr. Mike wherever you listen to your podcasts, and check out the Consequence Podcast Network for updates on all our shows. To make your voice heard our ask a question for our monthly “Ask Dr. Mike” column, use this link to fill out a short questionnaire. Going There is an interview series presented by Consequence and Sound Mind Live. Clinical psychologist and life coach Dr. Mike Friedman talks with musicians about the crossroads where music and mental health meet. Musicians who have stepped up to share their wonderful work with us are now sharing the intimate details of their journey in living with mental illness. Dr. Mike asks the tough questions and has the difficult conversations, so that we can shine a light on the difficult topic of mental illness so we can all come out of the darkness, put an end to the stigma of mental illness, and get the care we need.

We're Going There With Bianca Juarez Olthoff
Episode 34: Social Media; Making Us Better or Messing Us Up? with Bianca Juarez Olthoff

We're Going There With Bianca Juarez Olthoff

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 24:18


Family, we are GOING THERE today. Please know that this episode is a labor of love and a passion project. I am not against social media. I love social media! I love the power of people being so connected. There is good coming out of social media. But I want to ask you some personal questions: · Do you feel better or worse about your life after your scroll on social media? · Do you feel better or worse about your body after you scroll on social media? · Do you feel emotionally full or spiritually empty? THAT is what I want to discuss social media today! Let's just pause and evaluate. How IS social media impacting us? The answer is determined by you. Social media can tear you down or lift you up. No matter how much time you are spending on social media everyday, make sure you leave making the apps better than we found them. But its going to begin when we evaluate HOW we interact, HOW we feel afterwards we're on them, HOW much time we spend on them, and WHAT are we doing to create the experience we want online. Friends, I LOVE being able to have real and relevant conversations with those who are part of this community. It would mean the world to me if you subscribed to the show and shared this episode with your friends. I'll see you online. Love you, friends.

RealPod with Victoria Garrick
Katie Couric Reflects On Her Historic Career, History w/ Bulimia, & Shares A Powerful Message For Driven Women

RealPod with Victoria Garrick

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 53:24


Katie Couric is founder, author, producer, and one of the most notable journalists of all time. She worked for all three major TV networks, NBC, ABC and CBS, and in 2006 was inducted into the Television Hall of Fame. After leaving her long time position as co-anchor of The Today Show, Katie was historically named the first solo female anchor of CBS Evening News in 2006. Katie hosted her own talk show, served as a global news anchor for Yahoo, beame and recently became a New York Times best selling author following the debut of her memoir, “Going There.” On this episode of Real Pod, Katie opens up about her past struggles with bulimia, how she really feels about her life long career in the industry, and shares her game changing advice for all women trying to establish themselves in their respective careers. (P.S: Yes, she DOES watch The Morning Show!!) Follow Real Pod on Instagram! Follow Katie Couric on Instagram!    Purchase Katie Couric's New Book, Going There, Here!   Subscribe To Katie Couric's Newsletter, Wake Up Call! Sponsors: Open: You can try Open for 30 days free using my promo code REALPOD when you sign up, go to open-together.com/REALPOD and use code REALPOD when you sign up. Athletic Greens: Athletic Greens is going to give you an immune supporting FREE 1 year supply of Vitamin D AND 5 free travel packs with your first purchase if you visit athleticgreens.com/realpod today. BetterHelp: Get 10% off your first month by visiting our sponsor at betterhelp.com/realpod   Produced by Dear Media

Going There with Dr. Mike
Dorothy Martin on the Power of Spirituality in Addiction Recovery

Going There with Dr. Mike

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 54:07


Dorothy Martin, namesake and vocalist for the band Dorothy, shares her struggle with addiction, trauma, and suicidality on the latest episode of Going There with Dr. Mike from Consequence and Sound Mind Live. The “What's Coming to Me” discusses the emotional and spiritual issues that often accompany addiction and mental illness in general, including not being comfortable in social situations and feeling disconnected and isolated from others. She also recounts a recent relapse, and the guilt and shame that can surround us when we drink after being sober. Dorothy further talks about how she has coped with addiction in general, as well as this relapse, in particular through spirituality. For her, she finds the concepts of forgiveness and grace as key to her ongoing recovery and sobriety. So let's go there with Dorothy by listening to the episode above. Make sure to like and follow Going There with Dr. Mike wherever you listen to your podcasts, and check out the Consequence Podcast Network for updates on all our shows. Going There with Dr. Mike wants to hear from our audience. Using this link, fill out a short questionnaire and submit questions for our monthly “Ask Dr. Mike” column.

Jason & Alexis
11/9 TUES HOUR 2: Santa shortage, Katie Couric's time at CBS and our friend Liz's favorite fantasy!

Jason & Alexis

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 43:13


There's a Santa and elf shortage...we have ideas! Jason finished Katie Couric's book "Going There" and has a lot of takeaways. Did she end her memoir hopeful? Our friend Liz, who we met through Little Brothers Friends of the Elderly, shared her more favorite fantasy!

Jason & Alexis
11/9 TUES HOUR 1: Katie Couric love, Como Zoo, Chapelle here and Travis Scott Astrofest update

Jason & Alexis

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 45:35


Jason finished Katie Couric's book "Going There" and wants more. Dave Chapelle, Justin Bieber, Usher and friends dined at The Lotus Restaurant in Loring Park and other fun food news. Travis Scott has offered to pay for the funeral of the 8 fans who died at Astrofest last Friday and other updates.

Jason & Alexis
11/8 MON HOUR 3: Katie Couric's book, Travis Scott concert, Great British Bake Off and a PDD jump the shark

Jason & Alexis

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 45:57


Jason has been listening to Katie Couric's memoir "Going There" and loving it. What happened at Travis Scott's concert on Friday where 9 died and many injured? Did the right person go home on Great British Bake Off? And a PDD Construction jump the shark...thanks Randy!

Boston Public Radio Podcast
BPR Full Show: Jim Braude versus daylight savings

Boston Public Radio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 164:14


Today on Boston Public Radio: Shirley Leung discusses what Mayor-elect Michelle Wu's win means for the Asian American community, and her latest piece on how female entrepreneurs secure venture funding in a male-dominated industry. Leung is a business columnist for The Boston Globe and a Boston Public Radio contributor. Then, we ask listeners about whether they plan to vaccinate their children aged 5-11. Callie Crossley talks about Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers lying about his vaccination status following his COVID-19 diagnosis. She also critiques the omnipresence of pink products for breast cancer awareness, as a form of “pinkwashing” in which companies fail to actually contribute to breast cancer research. Crossley hosts GBH's Under the Radar and Basic Black. Andy Ihnatko criticizes Mark Zuckerberg and Facebook's rebranding as Meta, and tells listeners how to proactively maximize their phone's emergency features. Ihnatko is a tech writer and blogger, posting at Ihnatko.com. Sue O'Connell discusses Katie Couric's memoir “Going There,” and the Senate confirmation of Justice Beth Robinson, the first openly LGBTQ+ woman to serve on any federal district court. O'Connell is the co-publisher of Bay Windows and the South End News, as well as NECN's political commentator and explainer-in-chief. Thato Mwosa previews her latest film, “Memoirs of a Black Girl,” a coming of age story about a Black girl growing up in Roxbury up for a city-wide scholarship, and the decisions she must make to survive high school. Mwosa is an award-winning illustrator, screenwriter, playwright, filmmaker, and film teacher at Brookline High. “Memoirs of a Black Girl,” is available to stream online through Prime Video, Apple TV, Google Play and other video on demand services. We end the show by asking listeners their opinions on daylight savings time, as clocks turn back an hour this Sunday.

Katie Couric
From cancer to #MeToo: How Katie wrote about the hard stuff in her memoir

Katie Couric

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 48:28


This week on Next Question with Katie Couric, part 2 of Katie's behind-the-scenes look at the making of her memoir, “Going There.” Last week introduced listeners to her book team, Lucy Kaylin and Adriana Fazio (if you haven't listened to that episode yet, go check it out first for helpful context and some fun stories). This week, Adriana, Lucy and Katie dive into the tough stuff — like writing about the death of Katie's husband Jay to cancer at just 42, and processing the downfall of Matt Lauer. They also talk about how writing the book in 2021 — during a pandemic and racial reckoning — shed some much needed light on past interviews and moments in Katie's life.  You can buy “Going There,” by Katie Couric, on Amazon, your local bookstore or wherever you like to buy books. You can also find out where Katie is stopping on her book tour and how to get tickets by going to Ticketmaster.com/goingthere. Happy reading! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

We're Going There With Bianca Juarez Olthoff
Episode 33: Living Free of Fear with Sadie Robertson Huff

We're Going There With Bianca Juarez Olthoff

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 45:16


Well friends, welcome to season 4! I'm honored that you are in this space and place with me. Our guest today has spoken and written about fear many times. She's brave and bold and beautiful from the inside out. Sadie Robertson Huff is a reality TV star turned writer, podcaster and speaker. Sadie and I have some fun memories together that I can't wait for you to hear. We will also be sharing about: Overcoming fear and living with confidence Authentically celebrating every moment in life Dreaming big and living like it's on purpose Friends, I hope you enjoy Sadie's wisdom! In this episode, I get to give away 10 copies of Sadie's devotional book Live on Purpose. All you have to do is post on social media where you're listening or what you learned in this podcast and tag @LegitSadieRob and @BiancaOlthoff to win your very own copy of this little gem. Thanks for joining in on another season of We're Going There! There are big things in store and it would mean the world to me if you share this podcast with your friends or leave a loving review of the show. This will help the show go faster and further. I can't wait to chat next week. Love you friends! Until next week!

Listen To Your Single Friend
29. Purity Culture is Ruining Your Love Life ft. Danyelle Thomas of Unfit Christian

Listen To Your Single Friend

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 125:36


This week we talked about what it meant to want to praise the Lord and still want to have an orgasm - yes, we are GOING THERE! Danyelle T. of Unfit Christian joined me to unpack the concept of purity culture and how growing up in church caused conflict with our sexual expression. This is a singles platform so of course we discussed sex out of wedlock, trying to maintain a relationship while being abstinent, submitting to a partner, the concept of modesty, and more! And of course we had a little fun and dragged how dating men in church, specifically the music department, is the WORST! You will NOT want to miss this episode! Check it out now! Hosted + Edited by: Jazmine Karess Guest Host: Danyelle Thomas of Unfit Christian Website: UnfitChristian.com ---- Produced by: Jazmine Karess, Mr. Lil Intro: @Stanleyspringer3 Patreon: Patreon.com/ListenToYourSingleFriend IG: @ListenToYourSingleFriend Twitter: @YourSingleFrnd FB: /ListenToYourSingleFriend Website: ListenToYourSingleFriend.com Email: listentoyoursinglefriend@gmail.com for advice and questions.

Going There with Dr. Mike
Nikki Sixx on How the "Beast" of Stress and Trauma Can Lead to Substance Abuse

Going There with Dr. Mike

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 37:19


This November, Going There is focusing on stories of substance abuse and addiction, and helping us launch this block of themed episodes is Mötley Crüe member Nikki Sixx. The co-founding bassist and songwriter joins Dr. Mike Friedman to share how traumatic life events contributed to his addiction, and how he has been able to maintain sobriety for 20 years. The Grammy Award-nominated musician describes how he experienced multiple stressful and traumatic events in his life including abuse, neglect, and concussions from football – all of which can have an impact on mental and physical health. He opens up about how traumas like these are a beast with multiple tentacles that can tear us down, leaving us vulnerable to substance use. Sixx, who's new book is called The First 21, explains how traumatic events can create emotional chaos and confusion, making it more difficult and complicated to connect with ourselves and achieve emotional well- being. When we feel so confused, empty, and in pain, we look to simple things that make us feel connected. Sometimes it can be something healthy like music, while others it's substances like drugs or alcohol that temporarily soothe us. Sixx details how understanding what functional benefits he received from using has helped him understand what needs required fulfilling as he worked on recovery. He also uses this same thought process to help others with their own recovery. We must remember that addiction is still a mental illness, and it is crucial that we treat people who struggle with addiction with dignity and respect, seeing them as a whole human being trying to figure out their lives and how substances have played a role in that journey up until this point. That gives us the best balance of empathizing and being compassionate as we help people in their ongoing recovery. So let's go there with Nikki Sixx and listening to his discussion on substance abuse above.

Best Neighbors Podcast
Mary's Having a Moment - Episode #359

Best Neighbors Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 53:45


Best Neighbors Podcast Ep 359 "Mary's Having a Moment" Hope you're having a spooky week, Neighbors! This week, we talk about our usual Housewives gar-bage, RHOP, RHOSLC, & pt 3 of RHOBH reunion, in addition to Housewives in the News. We also talk Morning Show (spoilers); Dopesick; Midnight Mass & The 40-Year-Old Version. Margo read Katie Couric's memoir, Going There, & she does indeed. Hope you had a great Halloween. Happy November, Neighbors!  Thank you for listening to the Best Neighbors Podcast Be sure to Like our Facebook Page! You can subscribe to our show on Apple Podcasts! We are on Twitter @bestneighbors On Instagram find us at  Best Neighbors Podcast Email us at bestneighborspodcast@gmail.com Send us a message if you would like stickers and/or a pin! Bye neighbors!

The Book Review
Katie Couric Talks About 'Going There'

The Book Review

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 71:29


In her new memoir, “Going There,” Katie Couric writes about her career as a host of “Today and the first woman to anchor the “CBS Evening News” solo. She also, as the title suggests, writes about difficult personal subjects, including the deaths of her father and of her first husband. On this week's podcast, she says the most difficult part of the book to write was about her former “Today” colleague Matt Lauer and his downfall over allegations of sexual misconduct.“My feelings were so complicated, and they definitely evolved over time,” Couric says. “I felt like I was almost doing my own therapy sessions. I did original reporting — which sounds so pretentious — but I actually revisited some people who were affected by his behavior, and it was really, really helpful. And I talked to a lot of experts about this. I reached out to people who had written extensively about men in power. This was at the time it happened, because I was really trying to make sense of it in my head. I talked to gender studies people, I talked to lawyers who have represented victims. It was a real mission for me, and a lot of soul-searching honestly.”John McWhorter visits the podcast to discuss his new book, “Woke Racism: How a New Religion Has Betrayed Black America.”“I think that there is a certain kind of woke person who is caught in a frame of mind where the idea is that how you show that you're a good person is by showing that you are woke — that you're aware, for example, that racism exists, and it's not just the N-word and people burning crosses on people's lawns,” McWhorter says. “You want to show that you're aware of this. But it's narrowed to the point where a certain kind of person thinks that showing one's awareness of that is the key, regardless of what you prescribe's effects upon actual Black people. So although it's the last thing these people would suspect about themselves, They do not think of Black people as more important than their own showing that they are not racist. That is a woke racist, as far as I'm concerned.”Also on this week's episode, Tina Jordan looks back at Book Review history as it celebrates its 125th anniversary; Alexandra Alter has news from the publishing world; and Dwight Garner and Jennifer Szalai talk about books they've recently reviewed. Pamela Paul is the host.Here are the books discussed this week by The Times's critics:“The End of Bias” by Jessica Nordell“Colorization” by Wil Haygood

Sway
Why Katie Couric Owned Up to Her Regrets

Sway

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 41:42


Katie Couric has drawn fire for her new memoir, which chronicles over two decades of a TV news career that had her co-hosting with Matt Lauer (who became “cocky and reckless”), working under Les Moonves (“a close-talker with bad breath”) and in competition with the likes of Diane Sawyer (who was “everything I wasn't”).Yet Couric defends her frankness in this interview with Kara: “What's the point of writing a book that's just, like, your greatest hits or a victory lap or a sanitized version of your life?” Indeed, “Going There” does go there and, in the milieu of 2021, opens the former “Today” show host up to criticism on many fronts — including her decision to edit a 2016 interview with Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg because she wanted to “protect” her.In this conversation, Kara and Couric discuss the zero-sum construct that seemed to define women's broadcast journalism in the '90s, how that construct has shifted in the decades since and whether Couric could have done more to support women in the field and on her own show. Her response? “I think this has kind of taken an outsized role in the narrative because I was honest about sometimes feeling insecure and territorial.”You can find transcripts (posted midday) and more information for all episodes at nytimes.com/sway, and you can find Kara on Twitter @karaswisher.

Katie Couric
Katie's memoir is out! Here's a behind-the-scenes listen at the making of ‘Going There'

Katie Couric

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 49:47


It's finally here! To celebrate the release of Katie Couric's memoir “Going There,” Next Question with Katie Couric is releasing the first of two very exciting, podcast exclusive, behind the book episodes! This week, part 1 of the making of “Going There.” Katie introduces you to her “Going There” team — Lucy Kaylin and Adriana Fazio — two incredibly thoughtful people so perfectly suited to this project, it's almost weird. The three talk about how they all met, the writing and research process, holing up in Katie's house during the pandemic and how some of the most personal (and controversial) moments of the book came to be.  You can buy “Going There,” by Katie Couric, on Amazon, your local bookstore or wherever you like to buy books. You can also find out where Katie is stopping on her book tour and how to get tickets by going to Ticketmaster.com/goingthere. Happy reading! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Las Culturistas with Matt Rogers and Bowen Yang
“Interested People Make Interesting People” (w/ Katie Couric)

Las Culturistas with Matt Rogers and Bowen Yang

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 98:19


There's not much to say beyond Katie Couric being the guest this week. The sisters get into conversation with the Las Culturistas Culture Award nominee for Best Asker and try a hand at being askers themselves, specifically about Katie's new book “Going There” (available now) and swamp ass. Stay tuned for three wide-ranging IDTSHs, including Ms. Couric's diatribe against a certain filler word. Truths are examined, conflicts resume, and culture is made in this hour and thirty minutes in change. Be interesting by being interested, jester flops. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

The Late Show Pod Show with Stephen Colbert
Katie Couric | Inflated Cents of Worth

The Late Show Pod Show with Stephen Colbert

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 37:46


Extreme weather continues to strike from coast to coast as world leaders gear up to talk climate crisis this weekend, and Stephen gives his two cents on inflation as Americans are faced with historic price hikes for gas and groceries. Meanwhile, the football from Tom Brady's 600th touchdown gets a bad handoff, and Franzia debuts a new fully-functional halloween costume. Stephen welcomes legendary journalist Katie Couric to talk about her new memoir, “Going There.” Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Tommy Show
Katie Couric Coming to DC, Free Bikes, High Heel Race Tonight

The Tommy Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 24:27


Katie Couric returns to DC on Saturday night for an appearance at the Anthem to promote her new book “Going There”. In her time as a local TV reporter in DC at WRC Channel 4, she talks about her former colleagues including Barbara Harrison, Wendy Rieger and Pat Collins. Halloween decorations at a house in Friendship Heights, shows off how many businesses are “RIP” in this NW neighborhood including Neiman Marcus, AMC, and Lord and Taylor. The High Heel race is tonight on 17th Street with a parade at 6:30 pm and the race at 9:00 pm. D.C. residents are eligible for a free one-month membership to Capital Bike Share to help ease transportation issues caused by WMATA delays. The Virginia Governor race continues to capture attention. A local foundation hopes it can also capture dollars for charity, by people picking the candidate they believe will win. Again this year, the Washington Regional Alcohol Program is partnering with Lyft to provide free rides for Halloween. Links: Katie Couric Dishes on Local Reporters: Katie Couric Talks Local Reporters Halloween in Friendship Heights: Halloween in Friendship Heights High Heel Race: High Heel Race Free Rides on Halloween: Free Rides on Halloween Capital Bike Share: Capital Bike Share From Real.Fun.DC. “The Tommy and Kelly Show” is produced in Washington, DC providing news, culture, playful conversation, positive energy, and a dose of morning fun any time. Download the Real.Fun.DC. APP to check out our wide array of programming app.RealFunDC.com Follow Kelly Collis Twitter: @CityShopGirl Instagram: @CityShopGirl LinkedIN: Kelly Collis Follow Tommy McFLY Twitter: @TommyMcFLY Instagram: @MrTommyMcFLY LinkedIN: Tommy McFLY

The View
Monday, Oct. 25: Katie Couric

The View

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 40:25


Journalist and author of her memoir “Going There,” Katie Couric joins to discuss why she included certain details in her new book and how she felt about allegations against her former “Today” show co-anchor, Matt later. In Hot Topics, Gretchen Carlson guest co-hosts. The panel weighs in on the shooting death on the set of the “Rust” film, and more.

Katie Couric
Katie's cub reporting days, the state of local news and the journalists reinvigorating the industry

Katie Couric

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 46:01


Katie Couric got her start in local news, and found her footing as a broadcast journalist, reporting for WTVJ in Miami. But that was nearly 40 years ago. Unfortunately, today, local news, particularly print, is an industry in crisis. This week on Next Question with Katie Couric, Katie talks with longtime journalist Margaret Sullivan about her book, “Ghosting the News: Local Journalism and the Crisis of American Democracy,” and why the dire state of local news isn't just bad for budding journalists, it's bad for everyone. They also talk about their early days reporting for smaller markets and the people who are trying to save the industry today. The episode ends with first-person accounts of local news journalists, members of Report for America, a national service program that places emerging journalists into local newsrooms to report on under-covered issues and communities. They share what they've learned and why their work is so vital. Report for America is currently fielding some 300 corps members in more than 200 newsrooms across the country. These include newspapers, radio, television, and digital outlets. Applications for new corps members will be open Dec. 1. Find out more about at their website, reportforamerica.org.  Pre-order Katie Couric's memoir, “Going There,” to learn more about her early reporting days and the makings of her broadcast career. To find out where Katie is stopping on her book tour and to buy tickets go to ticketmaster.com/goingthere. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Rich and Daily
Is Katie Couric Telling Us The Whole Truth?

Rich and Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 10:04


Tell us how you really feel, Katie! Longtime co-host of NBC's Today show, Katie Couric, is releasing a new tell-all book, Going There, that promises to dish A LOT of dirt. Like text messages between Katie and her #MeTooed co-host Matt Lauer. Katie also reveals regrets and missteps -- and sheds some light on the "don't-ask-don't-tell" TV news culture she worked in. So, is Katie giving us the goods, or is she just all talk?Listen ad free with Wondery+. Join Wondery+ for exclusives, binges, early access, and ad free listening. Available in the Wondery App. Support us by supporting our sponsors!See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

TODAY
TODAY 3rd Hour: Princess Diana tribute at Kensington Palace. Catching up with Katie Couric. Halloween consumer confidential.

TODAY

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 32:48


A look ahead at Prince William's tribute to his mother, Princess Diana, to thank all of those who contributed to the creation of the statue unveiled by him and Prince Harry. Plus, Al Roker, Sheinelle Jones and Tom Llamas are catching up with Katie Couric — all about her new memoir “Going There.” Also ahead, a Halloween consumer confidential — Vicky Nguyen talks costumes, candy and how to save money.

TODAY with Hoda & Jenna
October 19: Katie Couric on new memoir “Going There.” Fire safety. All about “Dear Me: Letters To Myself For All Of My Emotions,” a new book that helps children identify, manage their emotions.

TODAY with Hoda & Jenna

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 36:35


Katie Couric sits down with Hoda Kotb and Jenna Bush Hager to talk about her new memoir “Going There.” Plus, if there was a fire in your home, would you know what to do? TODAY contributor and “House Smarts” host, Lou Manfredini, has all the products you need to stay safe. Also ahead, all about “Dear Me: Letters To Myself For All Of My Emotions,” a new picture book that wants to help young kids identify, feel and manage their emotions through journaling.

Jason & Alexis
10/19 TUES HOUR 2: Katie Couric on The Today Show, Jatin from Twin Cities Film Fest and our friend Liz!

Jason & Alexis

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 43:12


Katie Couric sat down with Savannah Guthrie on The Today Show to talk about her memoir "Going There" and they go there. Jatin Setia from The Twin Cities Film Fest joined us to talk about the fest starts on Thursday and the movies he's most excited to share. Alexis loved "Only Murders In The Building" on Hulu and recommends it! The finale dropped today. And we caught up with our friend Liz who we met through Little Brothers Friends of the Elderly.

TODAY
October 19: ‘Mix and match' booster shots? Latest on Haiti kidnappings. Remembering Colin Powell. Katie Couric on new memoir “Going There.”

TODAY

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 33:24


FDA reportedly on track to allow ‘mixing and matching' of booster shots — Dr. Ashish Jha on what this means for you and your family. Plus, the efforts to free the 17 missionaries being held hostage by a Haitian gang — overnight, a report the kidnappers are demanding $17 million for the group's release. Also ahead, the growing tributes to the life and legacy of former Secretary of State Colin Powell — Andrea Mitchell has a closer look at his remarkable life. And, Katie Couric returns to Studio 1A. She sits down with Savannah Guthrie to talk about her new memoir “Going There.”

Katie Couric
How the ‘Couric Effect' -- 20 years later -- inspired Sen. Klobuchar to share her cancer story

Katie Couric

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 41:23


Twenty-one years ago, Katie Couric aired her first colonoscopy on the ‘Today Show.' It was an up-close and personal experience that helped demystify a still-taboo health procedure. A study would later find that colonoscopies increased by 20 percent as a result of Katie airing her personal business on national television. It was called “The Couric Effect.” And it turns out, the Couric Effect is still rolling. “Using you as a model,” Sen. Amy Klobuchar tells Katie, “I've tried to really talk about this.” On this episode of Next Question with Katie Couric, Katie and the Minnesota Democrat talk about the Senator's recent disclosure of her breast cancer diagnosis and treatment and how it could have gone another way. “I should have gone in a year earlier.” They also talk about Capitol Hill, the Jan. 6 insurrection, what to do about Big Tech, and the outlook for 2024. Pre-order Katie Couric's memoir, “Going There,” to learn more about her cancer advocacy, televised colonoscopy and so much more. To find out where Katie is stopping on her book tour and to buy tickets go to ticketmaster.com/goingthere. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Katie Couric
Stanley Tucci gets very personal

Katie Couric

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 55:17


This week on Next Question with Katie Couric, Katie has another delightful excuse to talk to Stanley Tucci, this time about his memoir, “Taste: My Life Through Food.” They dive into the deep impact food has had on Stanley's life and the bitter irony of his recent cancer diagnosis that very nearly killed his ability to eat. The conversation also gets very personal as the pair talk about their shared experience of losing their partners and co-parents to cancer and the loneliness of caring for a loved one who is dying. “If you give up what happens,” Stanley says. “What happens to the kids? What happens to the person who's sick? You can't. You have to keep trying.” But don't worry, they end on a high note. Stanley reads a passage from his book and shares some of his culinary how-tos that will help you in the kitchen and at the dinner table.  Pre-order Katie Couric's memoir, “Going There” now to learn more about the most impactful news stories she covered as well as the making of her life and career. To find out where Katie is stopping on her book tour and to buy tickets go to ticketmaster.com/goingthere. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Keith and The Girl comedy talk show
3457: Juice w/ Atheer Yacoub

Keith and The Girl comedy talk show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2021 66:30


Atheer Yacoub joins KATG to help discuss the Sopranos movie prequel The Many Saints of Newark, the great Colin O'Brien and Atheer's dating, breaking up in person, COVID mask-related $50 fines, and a modern artist being paid $84,000 only to deliver blank canvases titled Take the Money and Run. Also, Katie Couric's upcoming book Going There shows incredible sympathy for accused rapist Matt Lauer. Now THAT'S some bad energy …

Katie Couric
For Anita Hill, the work is never done

Katie Couric

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021 58:56


This fall marks the 30th anniversary of the Clarence Thomas confirmation hearings and the testimony of Anita Hill. It was an historic moment and one that brought sexual harassment into the public consciousness and conversation. On this episode of Next Question with Katie Couric, Katie revisits that moment 30 years ago and what it was like to cover it as the newly minted co-anchor of the Today Show. She also sits down with Anita Hill to talk about her new book, “Believing: Our Thirty-Year Journey to End Gender Violence,” and how far we have — and haven't — come since Anita shared her story with the world and changed her life — and ours. Also, law professor and author Deborah Tuerkheimer and her new book, “Credible: Why We Doubt Accusers and Protect Abusers,” helps to put Anita Hill's testimony — and the response to it — into context.  Pre-order Katie Couric's memoir, “Going There” now to learn more about the most impactful news stories she covered as well as the making of her life and career. To find out where Katie is stopping on her book tour and to buy tickets go to ticketmaster.com/goingthere. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Katie Couric
The new season of Next Question is ... all about Katie!

Katie Couric

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2021 2:38


It's a big season for Next Question with Katie Couric because this fall Katie is going to dive into … Katie! With the release of her memoir, “Going There,” on Oct. 26, Next Question will be sharing exclusive podcast-only conversations between Katie and some of her closest friends, family and confidants. And in the lead up to the book's publication, Katie will explore some of the biggest news stories — and the people behind them — that she has covered over the decades. This season will take fans and listeners behind the scenes of both the making of her memoir and the making of her extraordinary (and sometimes tumultuous) personal and professional life. So, come for Katie's signature curiosity and no holds barred interviews, but stay for her own revealing answers. New season starts Sept. 30 and brand new episodes every Thursday. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com