Steven Spierer, 4/14/18

Frivolous lawsuits are a serious problem in American society, raising consumer prices by adding cost and reducing willingness to take business risk. Legitimate lawsuits are an asset to society, allowing the redress of real grievances, improving business and personal behavior and resulting in greater safety in our daily lives. Steve talks with […]

Steven Spierer, 4/7/18

Just about everyone’s lives have been touched by cancer. But what was once almost always a death sentence has become more often survivable, manageable and sometimes even curable. Steve talks with Radiologist Patricia Sacks, M.D. and with Hemotologist/Oncologist Andrew Horodner, M.D. in the first of three shows planned for this Spring and […]

Steven Spierer, 3/10/18

Alone with his microphone today, Steve reminisces about his Dad, a doctor that made house calls. Next, Steve looks at whose fault it is that people now tend be optimistic about their own lives but think the world is falling apart. Then, as a real estate lawyer and investor, Steve talks about the […]

Steven Spierer, 3/3/18

Every president’s “bully pulpit” at the White House is commanded as much by the visual as the verbal. Steve has his third interview with the consummate historian of the modern presidency, Kenneth T. Walsh, author of Ultimate Insiders: White House Photographers and How They Shape History.

Steven Spierer, 2/17/18

Nothing can sink the heart of a couples therapist faster, no matter how battle-tested or savvy, than the mixed-agenda, half-in/half-out duo: Spouse A wants desperately to save the marriage, while Spouse B is already busy planning a post-divorce life. Steve interviews William Doherty, Professor of Family Social Science and Director of the […]

Steven Spierer, 1/20/18

Judges have enormous power to make decisions, change lives and impact society. We hear news reports daily about rulings judges make but rarely do we get to hear what judges actually think. With his daughter, attorney Melanie Archer, Steve interviews the Honorable Stuart M. Rice, Judge of the Superior Court of Los Angeles.

Steven Spierer, 12/23/17

Some people have problems getting enough quality sleep, while others could but just don’t. Today we define a good night’s sleep very narrowly: eight hours in one shot, sealed off in private bedrooms, children apart from parents. But for most of human history, practically no one slept this way. Steve talks with Benjamin Reiss, author […]

Steven Spierer, 12/16/17

Sometimes it’s hard to be calm in the digital world. With more than a billion personal records already stolen, we all need a plan for how to react if our information is compromised. Steve talks with Adam Levin, author of Swiped: How to Protect Yourself in a World Full of Scammers, Phishers and Identity Thieves. […]

Steven Spierer, 12/9/17

Recently, Steve heard a dad give his son some bad advice about college and starts with that. Then, Steve had an extraordinary meal in an extraordinary restaurant and talks with two of the owners of Abe Fisher Philadelphia, General Manager Brian Kane and Chef Yehuda Sichel, about that dining experience and the restaurant business. Finally, […]

Steven Spierer, 12/2/17

Steve interviews Amity Shlaes, author of two books with important lessons about some of the challenges that face us today: 1) Coolidge, a story of Calvin Coolidge, President of the United States of America from 1923 to 1929, and 2) The Forgotten Man, A New History of the Great Depression Then, Steve talks about the […]