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Sarah talks to author and professor Alexandra Horowitz about her wonderful work with dogs, the concept of umwelt, why dogs are like chairs in the eyes of the law and what we should do about it, her new book The Year of the Puppy, and the one thing we should all do more often to make our dogs' lives happier. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit m…
 
Sarah talks to Fred Segal, the man behind @OldTakesExposed, who shares the origins of the account, how he finds the receipts for cold takes, the reaction he gets from called-out prognosticators, Greg Cote and Adrian Wojnarowski's all-time frozen takes and how the new book, "Freezing Cold Takes: NFL" offers some context for shame mitigation. Plus, a…
 
Sarah talks to rising star Taylor Rooks about her sports-crazed family, working her first jobs in the sports industry while attending U of I, the lessons she learned at the Big Ten Network and SNY and the joy of asking questions. Plus, her unwavering belief in herself, the funniest, most surprising and most open players she's ever interviewed, slid…
 
Sarah talks to Ted Lasso actor (Coach Beard) and co-creator Brendan Hunt about the success of the show, why it's the most fulfilling job he's ever had, how the show went from a commercial bit to an international hit, and his career in comedy- which included a five year stint in Amsterdam. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoic…
 
Sarah and Good Morning Football's Kyle Brandt discuss how he went from a football playing thespian at Princeton to a cast member on MTV's The Real World. Then how he went from a soap opera actor to producing Jim Rome's radio show and then back in front of the camera for the NFL Network's popular morning show. Plus, his tryout as host for the Mannin…
 
Sarah talks to acclaimed actor Nick Offerman about how much of himself ended up in his Parks and Recreation character Ron Swanson, meeting and courting his wife Megan Mullally, the concept of manliness, his woodshop filled with female workers, and his role in the new television series A League of Their Own, which is adapted from the film with new c…
 
Sarah talks to Dr. Kate Ackerman about why there is such a dearth of research into women's sports, the new investments and initiatives to change that, why women tear their ACLs more than men, the effects of Dobbs on female athletes and competition, the potential of the Wu Tsai Human Performance Alliance, and how the boat named after her won gold at…
 
Sarah talks to NY Times best-selling author Andrew Maraniss about his most recent book Singled Out, which tells the story of Glenn Burke- the first openly gay MLB player who helped bring the Nike brand to baseball, invented the high five, and was beloved in the clubhouse by his teammates, but was run out of baseball by cowardly executives. Sarah al…
 
Sarah talks to Kathryn Bertine, a former espnW editor and pro cyclist, about spearheading the movement to bring back a women’s Tour de France, her new book "Stand,” which chronicles the toll the fight for equality has taken on her and her life, and how she has found the strength to carry on through adversity. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit…
 
Sarah talks to Mt. Joy's Matt Quinn about what it's like to be the front man, the Miami Heat like chemistry of the band, how a trip to Joshua Tree helped shape the tenor of their new album Orange Blood, and the band's relationship with Creed from The Office. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
Sarah talks to author and social media influencer Brianna Madia, whose new book, nowhere for very long, is a New York Times bestseller. It's about her life as a nomad and explorer, her childhood in Connecticut, how her parents' divorce and her father's absence affected her views on life and place, her time living on a boat, the decision to buy a gi…
 
Sarah talks to Emmy winning writer and director Lucia Aniello about the thrilling success of Hacks, meeting her future husband and creative partner at Upright Citizens Brigade, a pivotal arrest, cutting her teeth on Broad City, and how she managed to squeeze in a wedding, the Emmys and a new baby while making Season 2 of Hacks, which is out now on …
 
Sarah talks to soccer legend turned Angel City FC owner Abby Wambach about growing up in a big family, reflecting on big decisions she made during her soccer career, the great perspective she has on the past, the future of women's sports, how we can unlearn societal conditioning, Title IX, and much more! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit mega…
 
Sarah talks to Duke AD Nina King about the three prongs by which a school can remain compliant with Title IX and the difficulties in meeting those requirements, Then she talks to sports historian and professor Victoria Jackson about the many ways schools cook the books, why Title IX was so important for education and sports, and what a new model fo…
 
Sarah explores mental health in sports by having conversations with three experts. First, NYT best-selling author Kate Fagan, whose book What Made Maddy Run covers mental health and suicide. Then Sarah talks to Jessica Bartley, the Senior Director of Psychological Services for the US Olympic and Paralympic committees, about working with elite athle…
 
Sarah talks to author Arshay Cooper about his book A Most Beautiful Thing, which details his childhood on the west side of Chicago and becoming a member of the first African American high school rowing team in the country. Then Sarah chats with documentarian and former US Olympic rower Mary Mazzio about turning Arshay's story into a film. Plus, an …
 
Sarah talks to former NBA player Quentin Richardson about growing up in Chicago, losing three people close to him while in the 7th grade, going to DePaul, getting drafted by the Clippers, signing with Team Jordan, being engaged to Brandy, getting traded four times in one off-season, the Godfather vibes that Pat Riley gives off, and Knuckleheads, th…
 
Sarah talks to budding Chicago historian Shermann Dilla Thomas who has gained popularity for highlighting the history of Chicago places, events, inventions, and more on his TikTok page (@6figga_dilla). He explains how he originally pitched this idea to his daughter, how his day job at ComEd has gotten him into some places most can't go, where the b…
 
Sarah talks to actor/comedian Chris Witaske about how he turned a Twitter account into a TV show, what it was like working on Curb Your Enthusiasm and Arrested Development, an epic Ditka strip club story, his early roots in comedy, performing magic at birthday parties as a teenager, and his awkward interaction with the comedian he named his dog aft…
 
Sarah talks to CBS' Amanda Balionis Renner about what it's like to interview Tiger Woods, how her two most embarrassing on-air moments happened on the same day with Dustin Johnson and Phil Mickelson, her early interest in broadcasting and her admiration for Bonnie Bernstein, her make or break moment as a sideline reporter for a Princeton football g…
 
Sarah recaps her Grand Canyon hike by talking with two people who joined her along on the way. First, a fellow hiker named Randall who did not disclose his triad of medical conditions until the journey was in full force. Then their trusty guide Jeremy, who shares stories of scorpion bites, helicopter rescues, and walking on a broken foot for 18 mil…
 
Sarah talks to former NBA coach George Karl about learning that he'll be inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame, who he plans to ask to induct him, what it was like facing Michael Jordan and the Bulls in the NBA Finals, the reaction to his book Furious George, his relationship with Carmelo Anthony, his multiple bouts with cancer, and why he's ho…
 
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