Category: Podcast

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Ep182 – Kabir Sehgal

Kabir Sehgal is kind of a triple threat. When he’s not working at JP Morgan, he often spends his weekends with the US Navy Reserves but when we spoke to him he was using...

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Ep181 – Katie O’Brien & Hunter Maats

Bryan sits down with good friends and authors, Kathrine O’Brien and Hunter Maats, who share what they’ve learned along the way and a moment they wanted to be nowhere else. Plus a lot of...

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Ep180 – Allen Barton & Leo Flowers

Today, Bryan and Leo Flowers sits down with Bryan’s long time friend, Actor, Writer, Producer and former Scientologist, Allen Barton. They discuss the topic of religion, specifically with regards to Scientology and how they...

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Ep179 – Dom Irrera

This week, Bryan sits down alone with Hall of Fame stand-up comedian, Dom Irrera. Dom reminisced about Robin Williams, Rodney Dangerfield, Sam Kinison and performing in the great comedy 80’s.

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Ep178 – Ganesh Sitaraman

As part of our continuing look at counter-insurgency and nation building, we speak with Ganesh Sitaraman, Assistant Professor of Law at Vanderbilt University, and author of The Counterinsurgent‘s Constitution: Law in the Age of...

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Ep177 – James Tooley

In the early 1980s, James Tooley went to Zimbabwe to help support and build socialism by teaching under the then hopeful leadership of Robert Mugabe. Returning to England in the midst of the Thatcher...

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Ep175 – Jonah Berger

If there’s one thing we’d like to figure out at The Bryan Callen Show, it’s how to get good ideas to spread. Fortunately, Jonah Berger has those answers. While it often seems like things...

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Ep174 – Stephen Kotkin

When Professor Stephen Kotkin set out to write a biography of Stalin, he faced a series of challenges. Perhaps first and foremost, people already thought they knew who Stalin was. The world’s view of...

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Ep173 – Pasi Sahlberg

Throughout the 2000s, Finland emerged as the country with the best performing educational system in the world. It did so by defying much of the educational conventional wisdom. While the Global Educational Reform Movement...