Join Rob as he welcomes Glenn Berger, author of “Never Say No to a Rockstar”, which chronicles Glenn’s years as a recording engineer for the legendary “A&R” Studios in New York City. Glen talks about his experiences with big name rock and pop stars, including Paul Simon, Mick Jagger, Judy Collins and Frank Sinatra. Then join Rob, Dave Brewer and Meghan Chun for a cup of coffee as they reveal their own personal Top 5 Albums of all time. It’s all on this week’s episode of the Rob Cameron Show, helping you to become the most interesting person you know.
On this edition of the Rob Cameron Show, Rob welcomes two guests from diverse corners of the world of Healthcare. First, Rob chats with Joan Magruder, the President of St. Louis Children’s Hospital, on the state of pediatric care in the United States and why it is incumbent upon us to maintain our investment in the health of all children across all of our society. Why? For the obvious reasons…and for some reasons that are not so obvious. Also, Rob welcomes Dr. Wayne Jonas, author of “How Healing Works”, and one of the world’s leading experts in the area of Integrative Medicine. Listen…and become the most intelligent person you know!
Be sure to listen to this powerful episode as Rob visits with Helen Benedict, professor in the School of Journalism at Columbia University and author or “Wolf Season”, “Sand Queen” and “The Lonely Soldier”. Rob also welcomes Dr. Kristin Neff, one of the world’s leading authorities on Self-Compassion. Plus, as always, Rob sits down for “Cup of Coffee” with Meghan Chun and Dave Brewer. It’s the Rob Cameron Show…helping you to become the most intelligent person you know.
Join us for Part 2 of our Tribute to Frank Sinatra, as Rob talks with Tom Santopietro, author of “Sinatra in Hollywood”. Also, Rob takes us on a journey through Sinatra’s most productive and prodigious period, 1954-1960.
Join Rob for part one of a very special 2 part Tribute to Frank Sinatra. This year we mark the 20th anniversary of the passing of this iconic entertainment juggernaut. In this episode, Rob is joined by the award-winning Sinatra Biographer, James Kaplan, as they talk and reminisce about everything that makes the Chairman of the Board such an intriguing and beloved legend.
In this episode, Rob talks with Pulitzer Prize winning reporter, Glenn Frankel about his book, High Noon: The Story of the Hollywood Blacklist and the Making of an American Classic. Rob and Glenn discuss the making of the classic western tale from 1952 starring Gary Cooper and Grace Kelly and how the movie became intertwined with the scary events of the early 50’s, including the Hollywood Blacklist, the Red Scare and what many consider to be the oppressive work of the Congressional House on Un-American Activities Committee. The result is an incredible tale of intrigue, career sabotage and undeniable courage. Rob also talks with consumer mortgage expert Sean Stockell, who has developed a new online tool that will be an invaluable help to you if you are interested in buying, selling or remodeling your home. And of course, Rob’s friends, Dave Brewer and Meghan Chun drop in for a lively discussion. Plus, Rob comments on how the governor of the State of Missouri “got lost”.
Welcome to the Rob Cameron Show. We are so happy and honored that you have chosen to download our program. This is a podcast that returns to the traditional “talk show” format…where we ask questions and dig deeper and our guests provide the answers and opinions. We will try very hard not to pontificate nor rant or rave about a political view or a specific agenda…some of our guests might, but that is not our job. We have one job here on the Rob Cameron Show…to help you to become the most intelligent person you know. That is our guiding principle…and you will here us say that over and over and over again so that we do not forget it.
My pledge to you is that we will endeavor to never waste your time. We won’t be having guests that talk about the best way to bathe your dog or your baby, we will have guests that will make you think and decide and learn and grow. Our guests will be Pulitzer Prize winners, people who have had life-changing experiences, people who have passion about arts and entertainment, theater, music of all kinds and socio-political and cultural issues. Sometimes our guests will present history lessons, sometimes they will talk about the state of education in the United States and sometimes they will talk about very personal journeys for themselves or those that they have chronicled.
So, why do we care about becoming intelligent people? Because intelligence and insight make us better people. We believe that the opportunity of becoming more and more intelligent is God’s gift to us. It increases the quality of life…and the fun of life—and just makes us more “whole” human beings. We invite you to join us on this journey of growing and learning to become the “most intelligent person you know”.
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