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The Michael Holley Podcast
Michael Holley of NBC Sports Boston is launching his Lifestyle Podcast with a wide variety of guests from athletes, musicians, coaches, politicians, chefs, business leaders, and other cultural contributors. Topics include pop-culture, music, food, fashion, health trends and much more.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.4 stars from 60 ratings
I see a lot of potential in this podcast
Squaaaddde231 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 07/08/20
Not great
Very boring who regurgitates what every other reporter says.
kilyman10 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 06/08/20
Great perspective
Michael Holey has a Great approach. Interview people who you like And know very well. The result is an intimate and insightful view into subjects and personalities that’s always interesting.
jayeph via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 04/29/20
Recent Episodes
Michael Holley talks with Martin Jarmond who was the athletic director of Boston College from 2017-2020. They discuss Martin’s decision to leave BC to become the director of athletics at UCLA, and reflect back on his time at BC. 1:00- Martin discusses leaving BC to become AD of UCLA 4:00-...
Published 06/01/20
The newest member of the Patriots Hall of Fame, Richard Seymour, joins Michael Holley to discuss what it means to be voted in. Richard also discusses his first ever meeting with Bill Belichick, his reaction to Tom Brady joining the Buccaneers and what he thinks the 2020 season will look like for...
Published 05/13/20
6:00- Peter King explains why both Tom Brady and Rob Gronkowski did not join Buccaneers to spite the Patriots 13:30- Peter thinks Brady would have been happy going to 5 different teams, it wasn’t about Tampa., it was about new beginnings  18:00- Peter is ‘mystified’ Patriots did not draft a...
Published 04/29/20
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