Wavemaker Conversations: A Podcast for the Insanely Curious

A podcast for the insanely curious, featuring in-depth conversations with the most creative thinkers, respected leaders, and preeminent authors in a wide variety of fields including sports, the arts, parenting, business, psychology, politics, history, and medicine. Host Michael Schulder created the new journalism platform, Wavemaker, following 17 years as a Senior Executive Producer at CNN and 5 years as Peter Jennings’ Writer at ABC News.


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episode 43: Rachel Held Evans: The Girl With A Magic Book

This is my conversation with Rachel Held Evans – RHE – from 2012, after the publication of her A Year of Biblical Womanhood, a provocative and entertaining account of her experiment living the Bible’s instructions for women as literally as possible. Evan...


 2019-05-06  n/a

episode 42: Introducing the Feminist on Cellblock Y

This is the story, and backstory, of a workshop on feminism, led by men, for men, in an all-male prison. The Feminist on Cellblock Y is an immersive and memorable CNN documentary shot inside a California state prison. In this episode, we speak with the t...


 2019-03-01  n/a

episode 41: Calling All Leaders Part 2: From Zero to Hero

What is your superpower? Is it writing, speaking, communicating with power? It could be if you listen to this conversation with Joseph Romm, author of How To Go Viral and Reach Millions: Top Persuasion Secrets from Social Media Superstars, Jesus, Shakesp...


 2019-02-08  27m

episode 40: How to Watch Super Bowl 53 Better Than Your Friends (feat. Terez Paylor)

@YahooSports Senior NFL Writer and Hall of Fame Voter Terez Paylor joins me in Atlanta for a Super Bowl seminar and Football 101 combined – making it the perfect prep for those across the football spectrum: from super-novices to those who follow the NFL ...


 2019-02-01  23m

episode 39: Yoka Verdoner & The Child Separations

Yoka Verdoner was separated from her parents when she was only 8 years old. Now 84, her life story is a window into the trauma that has been inflicted on so many migrant children separated from their parents at the southern border of the U.S. I spoke wit...


 2019-01-26  n/a

episode 38: Charlottesville (feat. Prof. Henry Abraham)

Even at the age of 97, Henry Abraham’s optimism survives. It survived his boyhood as a Jew in Nazi Germany. It survived the so-called Unite the Right rally of neo-Nazis and white supremacists a few miles from his home in Charlottesville, VA, where the tr...


 2018-12-07  n/a

episode 37: Calling All Leaders (feat. Admiral William McRaven)

America is hungry for the voice of an honorable leader. So Wavemaker brings you the voice of Retired Admiral William McRaven, former Navy SEAL and Commander of all U.S. Special Operations Forces. He was the architect of the raid that killed Osama Bin Lad...


 2018-10-29  n/a

episode 36: The Environmental Voter Project (feat. Nathaniel Stinnett)

Environmentalists don’t vote. At least not nearly as much as the general population. They have a turnout problem. By Nathaniel Stinnett’s estimate, 10.1 million registered ...


 2018-09-06  34m

episode 35: Jane Alexander: Live @ The Nantucket Book Festival

Jane Alexander’s illustrious acting career was launched in 1968 by her breakthrough performance in the Pulitzer Prize winning play (and later movie) The Great White ...


 2018-07-08  30m

episode 34: Punching Up (feat. Pete Dominick)

Standup comic Pete Dominick joins me to dissect Michelle Wolf’s routine at the recent White House Correspondents’ Dinner. Why now? Because this Sunday, May 27th, ...


 2018-05-26  32m