Thu, 28 April 2016
Mark's co-host, Josh, grew up in Minneapolis and has some thoughts on Prince.
Music critic Michael Snyder also joins to reflect on and add a story or two about the Purple One.
Plus, Heather tells of dating a gay man and not realizing it until...
Mark Thompson, Heather Ankeny and J.Elvis Weinstein
Mon, 25 April 2016
HOW NOT TO DIE is the new NY Times bestselling book from world renown medical doctor and researcher, Dr. Michael Greger.
Greger discusses how simple diet and lifestyle changes can extend our lives and actually roll back the damage done by years of dietary and environmental abuse, allowing us to live longer and better lives.
Dr. Greger has testified before congress and his work is meticulously well documented and presented.
You can get HOW NOT TO DIE and other books by Dr. Michael Greger by clicking here.
Plus, Dr. Greger does daily short videos discussing a number of issues and sorting through research. You can get access to those videos and a bunch of other great information at nutritionfacts.org
J.Elvis Weinstein (Josh) and Heather Ankeny join Mark Thompson
Tue, 19 April 2016
Tavis Smiley is a successful broadcaster, best selling author, lecturer and political commentator.
His world is populated by a who’s who of modern life and a his mind has a keen sense of the past with a view toward the future.
Much of his life philosophy is in his new book: 50 For Your Future…Lessons From Down The Road
Tavis’ take on life, future and opportunity may offer insight for many of us.
Josh Weinstein joins Mark Thompson
Mon, 11 April 2016
Radio's champion morning team of Kevin and Bean have dominated since they arrived in L.A. in 1990..They've stared down the best radio shows in the country from Howard Stern on and they're still going.
Bean joins us to tell us about their ride and to make fun of Mark.
Heather Ankeny and J. Elvis Weinstein join Mark
Sun, 3 April 2016
We are fans of the work of Garry Shandling.
This episode of THE EDGE looks back at his professional life, both personal and professional. It’s a pretty deep dive.
We include some clips from Garry and we talk primarily about his two groundbreaking shows: IT’S GARRY SHANDLING’S SHOW and THE LARRY SANDERS.
Our guests are two people who knew him.
Jay Kogen joins us to talk about having started as an errand boy on IT’S GARRY SHANDLING’S SHOW in the 80’s and rising to the role of writer and ultimately going on to become an Emmy winning producer, given the Emmy by, Garry Shandling.
Also, we are joined by Linda Doucett, who was Garry’s fiancé and was with him for 7 years. She talks about her years at THE LARRY SANDERS SHOW and her world around him.
Linda is still raw from the news of Garry’s death, having just spoken to him a week before he died.