Kate and Oliver are joined by Bishop Omar Jahwar and Ryan Tillman on this episode of “Sibling Revelry.” Even though they aren’t actually related, the two met and had an instant spiritual connection, referring to each other as “brothers from another mother.” Bishop Omar Jahwar has devoted his career to curbing gang violence and Ryan Tillman is an active police officer and founder of Breaking Barriers United. Together, through things like the Heal America Tour, they’ve been holding...
Taylor, Logan, Mackinley and Chase Hill join Kate and Oliver on this week's episode. They chat about growing up in Colorado, how and when they got into modeling, how their sibling "clubs" shifted over time, who shared a room, how they all got quarantined together, and much more.
Lynsey and Lisa Addario join Kate and Oliver on this week's episode of "Sibling Revelry." Lynsey is an American photojournalist who works with The New York Times, National Geographic, and Time Magazine, and Lisa is a writer and director for film and TV. They talk about growing up with four sisters, the wild pool parties their parents would throw, the family hairdressing business, what happened when Lynsey was kidnapped abroad (twice) and much more.
On this episode of "Sibling Revelry," Kate and Oliver chat with two of the four Ogwumike sisters. Chiney is a two-time WNBA All-Star of the Los Angeles Sparks and an ESPN NBA Analyst. Erica played basketball for Rice University, just got drafted to the WNBA, and was accepted to medical school. The sisters talk about how they got into basketball, what it was like to grow up in a Nigerian household, the importance of the WNBA, and much more.
On this episode of "Sibling Revelry," Kate and Oliver are joined by Este, Danielle and Alana Haim. They talk about growing up with musical parents and thinking that everyone had a family band, the musicians that inspired them, what goes into writing together, their new album "Women in Music Pt. III," and much more.
Dr. Sanjay Gupta is a neurosurgeon and chief medical correspondent for CNN. Suneel Gupta is the founder of RISE, teaches innovation at Harvard University, and is the author of the upcoming book "Backable." The Gupta brothers join Kate and Oliver on "Sibling Revelry" to discuss their upbringing and ten year age difference, Sanjay's air band, how they got into their fields, the mind-body connection, marijuana, and much more.
Dr. Khalil Gibran Muhammad is a professor of History, Race and Public Policy at Harvard Kennedy School and the Suzanne Young Murray Professor at the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Studies. He also wrote "The Condemnation of Blackness: Race, Crime, and the Making of Modern Urban America." He joins Kate and Oliver this week to share what he teaches in his courses, the history of systemic racism in America, slavery, how literature and statistics were used to push narratives, where we go from...
On this episode of "Sibling Revelry," Kate and Oliver are joined by comedian Fortune Feimster and her brother Price Feimster. They talk about growing up in North Carolina, their parents' divorce, how Fortune got into comedy, when she came out (thanks to a certain movie,) her new Netflix special, and much more.
On today’s episode, Kate and Oliver talk to activist and author Kate Schatz, who W. Kamau Bell assigned as Conan O'Brien’s whiteness tutor. They discuss why it’s important for white people to educate themselves about systemic racism, white privilege, and why it’s taken so long for our country to move toward racial justice. They also talk about how to support Black Lives Matter, the importance of local elections, how to combat racism, and much more.
On this week's episode of "Sibling Revelry," Kate and Oliver finally reunite in person to record! They talk about bringing their family back together and the precautions they're still taking - including Kate's face visor. Oliver shares why he is over Zoom school, and they read some emails from listeners.
On this episode of "Sibling Revelry," Kate and Oliver are joined by Tony and Steve Hawk. They talk about how Tony got into skateboarding (thanks to Steve), their big age difference and two older sisters, how the skating culture has changed over time, the remake of Tony Hawk Pro Skater, and much more.
Dr Joe Dispenza is a neuroscientist, international lecturer, researcher, and author whose work teaches people how they can rewire their brains and recondition their bodies to make lasting changes. He joins Kate and Oliver on "Sibling Revelry" to share how people can create more fulfilled and happy lives, cure themselves of illnesses, and even stay sane during quarantine.
Nikki and Brie Bella, aka the Bella Twins, join Kate and Oliver on this week’s episode of “Sibling Revelry.” They open up about their childhood and multiple sports injuries, their rebellious teen years, how they ended up in the WWE, their new memoir, what it's like to now be pregnant at the same time, and much more.
On this episode of "Sibling Revelry," Kate and Oliver are joined by Uzo and Chioma Aduba. They talk about growing up in a family with five kids, the story of their parents, who came to the US from Nigeria, what it was like to share a room, and what happened the night Uzo found out she got cast as Crazy Eyes on "Orange Is The New Black."
On this episode of "Sibling Revelry," Kate and Oliver are joined by Chris and Matt D'Elia. They talk about comedy and podcasting; they each have their own show: ”Congratulations with Chris D' Elia" and "Matt D'Elia Is Confused" and share funny stories from childhood, including how they were bribed to not fight and a time when Chris defended Matt from bullies, power ranger style.
Last week, Kate and Oliver interviewed Dr. Vivek Murthy, who served as the 19th Surgeon General of the United States under President Obama. On this episode, Kate and Goldie (Oliver had the flu) sit down with Dr. Vivek Murthy and his sister Dr. Rashmi Murthy. They discuss their childhood, their paths to becoming doctors, what it was like to be appointed Surgeon General, and much more.
On this episode, Kate and Oliver speak with Dr. Vivek Murthy, who served as the 19th Surgeon General of the United States under President Obama. Ahead of next week's episode with his sister Dr. Rashmi Murthy, Dr. Vivek Murthy shares his insight and advice on the coronavirus pandemic. They also discuss how it relates to the topic of his new book, "Together: The Healing Power of Human Connection in a Sometimes Lonely World." (This episode was taped on 04/01/20)
Oliver has a new show! On "Joe Buck and Oliver Hudson Have Daddy Issues," Joe and Oliver take an unfiltered, honest look at what it means to be a father, son, husband, and friend by chatting with some of their fellow dad friends and sharing personal experiences and stories. After listening, please subscribe for free here: apple.co/daddyissues.
This week, Kate and Oliver listen to voicemails from the Sibling Revelry audience! There's also some singing. If you want to leave us a message, call (213) 443-8953.
Kate feels guilty and wants to be doing more to help. Oliver believes he was built for quarantine. Talking it out!
On this episode of "Sibling Revelry," Kate and Oliver are joined by Willie and Libby Geist. Willie is the host of "Sunday TODAY with Willie Geist " and co-host of MSNBC’s "Morning Joe." Libby is Vice President & Executive Producer of ESPN Films and Original Content. They open up about their childhood and how Willie tormented Libby. They talk about the plastic cow in their front yard, how they ended up in their careers, and much more.
On this episode, Kate and Goldie, our special co-host this week, sit down with Amy Schumer and Kim Caramele. (Oliver had the flu and couldn't fly to New York.) Amy and Kim talk about their childhood, which involved losing their money and moving over twelve times. They share how humor helped them get through it, how they started working together, their tame arguments, and much more.
Jeffrey Kluger has written for Time Magazine for over twenty years and is the author of ten books, including "The Sibling Effect: What the Bonds Among Brothers and Sisters Reveal About Us." He joins Kate and Oliver to share his extensive reporting on siblings, explain why parents really do have a favorite child, discuss why this relationship is so unique, and much more.
Maddie and Zoey Deutch sit down with Kate and Oliver on this week’s episode of “Sibling Revelry.” They open up about their childhood and how Maddie actually named Zoey, their experience of working on a film as a family, Oliver plays the role of sibling therapist, Zoey talks about her new movie "Buffaloed" and more.