Heather Brewer, sex therapist who focuses on client-centered, somatic therapy with emphasis on sex-positivity, gender expression, and neurodiversity.
Ben Folds, singer-songwriter well known as the frontman and pianist of Ben Folds Five, releases a new album with the Nashville Symphony.
A janitor at one of the biggest party colleges in the country answers questions about his work and the crazy things he’s seen on the job.
Amelia Earhart, the youngest woman to circumnavigate the globe in a single-engine aircraft, provides flight training scholarships to high school aged girls.
Former Staff Sargent was sworn to secrecy for 65 years and can finally talk about his life as an OSS agent during WWII.
Meet Rod Roddenberry, son of legendary Star Trek creator Gene Roddenberry and creator of a 360 degree film experience called White Room: 02B3.
The international group of theoretical physicists answer questions about paradoxes of black holes, hawking radiation, and the mysteries of the Universe.
Nina Hartley, thirty-one year veteran of adult entertainment and author of “Nina Hartley’s Guide to Total Sex” answers questions about sex, politics, and porn.
Scientists with the Event Horizon Telescope Project looking to capture images of a black hole answer questions about telescopes, astronomy, and black holes.
Sonya Petcavich, founder & CEO of Meowtel.com and former big tobacco employee, answers questions about her new business and former tobacco industry career.
Comedic rapper, Lil Dicky, is here to answer your questions about his front page Reddit music videos and his newly released album “Professional Rapper”.
The team from Texts.com and the Occupy The Bookstore Chrome Plugin answer questions about the college textbook industry.
Alex Oldhouser, 25 year old podcaster, is slowly going blind, after being diagnosed w/ glaucoma and macular degeneration the day before starting high school.
Everything you ever wanted to know about camel tourism from a Camel Tourism Operator with Red Sun Camels, a family business in Australia.
Charlie Sanders, a 17 year old who beat Stage 2A Favorable Hodgkin’s Lymphoma, shares his views on how positivity helped him battle and beat cancer.