Ep. 1: Angela Ahrendts
Former CEO of Burberry and SVP of Retail at Apple shares insights about her approach to brand storytelling.
Ep. 2: Oskar Eustis
Charles Melcher speaks with Oskar Eustis, Artistic Director of the Public Theater, who helped bring Angels in America and Hamilton to the stage.
Ep. 3: John Boiler
Charlie Melcher speaks with John Boiler, founder and Co-Chair of the global ad agency 72andSunny.
Ep. 4: Brian McDonald
Charlie Melcher speaks with Brian McDonald, screenwriter, director, author, and teacher of story structure.
Ep. 5: Margaret Atwood
Speaking with Margaret Atwood, poet, novelist, literary critic, essayist, inventor, teacher, and environmental activist.
Ep. 6: Neil Patrick Harris
Speaking with Neil Patrick Harris, actor, voice actor, writer, theater artist, and tightrope walker. This episode is brought to you by PBS American Portrait.
Ep. 7: Claire Wardle
Misinformation expert and First Draft cofounder Claire Wardle discusses how misinformation spreads, why it's so powerful, and how journalists can leverage storytelling techniques to turn the tide.
Ep. 8: Bill Margol & Jon Kamen
PBS American Portrait creators Bill Margol and Jon Kamen discuss how they’re using crowdsourced stories from people across the country to explore what it really means to be an American today.
Ep. 9: Scott Harrison
Charity: water founder Scott Harrison shares how he has used storytelling to build the organization to the success it is today, and why a simple story is so much more powerful in moving people to action than even the most compelling statistics and data.
Ep. 10: Rainn Wilson
Rainn Wilson discusses the need for positive stories on the internet, what it took to create the iconic Dwight Schrute character, and his high school radio show where he read Dr. Seuss poems in between punk rock songs.