Episodes
Musical virtuoso Daniel Lanois talks to Marc about producing some of the biggest albums of all time, like U2’s The Joshua Tree, and his work with Bob Dylan, Peter Gabriel, Brian Eno and more.
Published 01/18/21
Kate Winslet talks with Marc about James Cameron, Contagion preparing her for COVID, life after Titanic, and her new film Ammonite.
Published 01/14/21
Nicole Kidman talks to Marc about Eyes Wide Shut, Stanley Kubrick, To Die For, Keith Urban, Big Little Lies, The Undoing and more.
Published 01/11/21
Singer-songwriter and master of the bass Thundercat talks with Marc about the three things he structures his life around: music, Marvel and anime.
Published 01/07/21
Mandy Patinkin and Marc talk about life, death, love, religion, depression, self-doubt, and the meaning of it all.
Published 01/04/21
Music industry biographer David Ritz talks with Marc about Ray Charles, Marvin Gaye, Aretha Franklin, BB King, and what it was like to tell their stories.
Published 12/31/20
Director Patty Jenkins talks with Marc about Wonder Woman, punk music, Monster, fighter pilots, the Beatniks, and Superman.
Published 12/28/20
Comedian Sam Tallent tells Marc why he wrote a book about the type of guy he was afraid to turn into. They both share road stories and confront the demons found in stand-up comedy clubs.
Published 12/24/20
Musical virtuoso Andrew Bird talks with Marc about whistling, The Muppets, Old-Time music, and his new, slightly dark holiday album.
Published 12/21/20
Bootsy Collins talks with Marc about The Funk, his homemade bass, James Brown, Parliament Funkadelic and The Power of the One.
Published 12/17/20
Actor Scott Glenn talks with Marc about the Marines, Training Day, Apocalypse Now, life in Idaho, extreme sports and more.
Published 12/14/20
Comedian Brad Williams talks with Marc about being a little person, whether words should be off limits, how his dad taught him to take a joke, and how he’s adjusting to pandemic comedy.
Published 12/10/20
Zach Braff talks with Marc about Scrubs, Garden State, old pets, loss, grief, OCD, summer camp and more.
Published 12/07/20
John Densmore of The Doors talks with Marc about searching for truth through art, dreaming about Jim Morrison, and fighting with his bandmates over commercialism.
Published 12/03/20
James Caan talks with Marc about Sonny Corleone, making The Godfather, acting with John Wayne and Robert Mitchum, being in rodeos, and more.
Published 11/30/20
Guitarist and songwriter Mike Campbell talks with Marc about Tom Petty, writing hits for the Heartbreakers, touring with Fleetwood Mac and more.
Published 11/26/20
Actor and musician Johnny Flynn talks about playing David Bowie, road tripping through Canada with Marc, giving guitar tips, and getting life advice from Marc.
Published 11/23/20
Michael J. Fox talks with Marc about living in partnership with his Parkinson’s disease, maintaining gratitude, retiring from show business a second time, and watching lots of re-runs.
Published 11/19/20
Glenn Close talks with Marc about finding her inner rebel and giving an emotional voice to characters from The Big Chill, Fatal Attraction, 101 Dalmatians and more.
Published 11/16/20
Better Call Saul’s Rhea Seehorn talks with Marc about Bob Odenkirk, imposter syndrome, secretive fathers, and the perils of pilot season.
Published 11/12/20
Frank Langella talks with Marc about New Jersey, Dracula, Richard Nixon, Mel Brooks, Ron Howard, and The Trial of the Chicago 7.
Published 11/09/20
Actor and playwright Heidi Schreck talks with Marc about her Broadway show, What the Constitution Means To Me, which is now available to watch in your living room.
Published 11/05/20
David Cross returns to catch up with Marc about fatherhood, their dueling Jerry Wexler performances, shooting during COVID, and their problems with The Vow.
Published 11/02/20
Comedian Melinda Hill talks with Marc about processing trauma, Adventure Time, Maria Bamford, and Marc’s ex-wife.
Published 10/29/20
Hari Kondabolu talks with Marc about representation in pop culture, The Problem with Apu, being a new dad, and his persistent fear of the Comedy Cellar.
Published 10/26/20