Energy Efficient Homes & Drywall 101 with Contractor Scott Harris
Scott Harris, contractor, architect, and construction manager explains the nifty systems and easy steps that will make a house safer for you and the environment.
Corbin Bernsen & Amanda Pays on Home Remodeling & Healthy Relationships
Hollywood couple Corbin Bernsen and Amanda Pays share how they've embraced the nomadic lifestyle and renovated 25+ houses all over the world.
What Nazis Stole from Simon Goodman's Family
Author Simon Goodman and actress May Quigley share the decades-long search for the family's art collection that was looted by Nazis in the Holocaust.
Susan Anton on Dating Dudley Moore & Defying Appearances
Singer and actress Susan Anton chats about touring with Frank Sinatra, performing on Broadway, and starting a new career as a trash collector.
Moniqua Plante on Holistic Health Coaching & Sugar Addiction
Moniqua Plante (Nashville) chats about her exploration into natural healing and America's inability to put down that bread.
Oceanography & NASA with Climate Change Writer Laura Faye Tenenbaum
Laura Faye Tenenbaum, climate science writer and oceanography professor shares her the discoveries during her research in Iceland, Greenland, the coral reefs, and communication with the everyday human being.
Why Environmental Journalist Ashley Ahearn is Not An Environmentalist
Ashley Ahearn, environmental reporter and host of the podcast Terrestrial discusses the dangers of using the word "green," the importance of dumb questions, and the interesting opinions on she's encountered throughout her career.
Burnie Burns Talks Illegal Teslas & Amazing Race Secrets
Burnie Burns, co-founder of the popular production company Rooster Teeth shares his exploration through indie filmmaking, the dot com bubble, and Internet fame.
Green Burials, Plastic Pollution & A Bill Murray Concert
This week is a Begley-only chat, filled with their latest environmental awareness fundraisers, star-struck moments, their new website to help everyone greenify their lives, and some summer highlights from you listeners.
Ed Asner on Lou Grant & Vaccines
Actor and activist Ed Asner (Lou Grant, Mary Tyler Moore, Up) shares his long history about witnessing animals in a meat packing plant as a boy, traveling to Hollywood, and keeping a sense of humor throughout life's many curveballs.
Secrets to Longevity with Bruce & Lois Fong
This week, special guests Bruce and Lois Fong claim their booby prize and visit the Begleys to share the health and lifestyle habits that have allowed them to become more active citizens in the world.
Fourth of July - Fireworks, Food, and Family Activities
For this Independence Day special, Ed and Rachelle share how to celebrate July 4th with good health, a green conscience, and of course, great fun.
Kevin Nealon Talks SNL & Legal Weed
Comedian Kevin Nealon shares his journey to SNL, his thoughts on legal marijuana, and his love for hiking - which keeps him healthy, but not always safe.
Christina DeRosa on Self-Love & Eating Disorder Recovery
Actress Christina DeRosa shares her experience with eating disorders and a very simple, yet very effective way to help the environment and yourself.
Kidney Disease & 9/11 Attacks with the Hang-O-Matic Creators
The inventors of the Hang-O-Matic, Jared and Karina Rabin share their whirlwind of a story that involves fleeing Russia, escaping tunnels in NYC during 9/11, and fighting for survival against an unfortunate disease.
Christina Smith on Dog Adoption & Making A Difference
Actress Christina Elizabeth Smith (“Jimmy Kimmel Live!,” “Grey’s Anatomy”) chats about how you can overcome the “I’m too small” mentality and use storytelling to spark change in the world.
Nancy Allen on "Carrie" Casting & Her Cancer Support Group
Actress Nancy Allen (Carrie, RoboCop) shares her journey from working on screen to finding her purpose by creating cancer support communities with weSPARK.
Scott Takeda on Japanese Culture, Storytelling & Phone Addiction
Actor Scott Takeda (Gone Girl, Dallas Buyers Club) takes you through his journey of working as a journalist, living on a jetliner, and sharing genuine human experiences in this platinum age of storytelling.
Salome Azizi on Drumpf's Travel Ban & British Accents
Iranian actress Salome Azizi talks about her immigrant experience and, with a little help from Ed and Rachelle, plans her next steps for going green.
Seven year-old host of "The Show about Science" podcast Nate Butkus teaches us the biggest lessons he’s learned since starting his podcast, and the new competition he’s starting with Ed to save the world’s species.
Eric Braeden Talks Marlon Brando & Fascism
The Young and the Restless star Eric Braeden shares what he’s learned growing up as a German after WWII, and his multiple near-death experiences on and off stage.
Solar Panels & Solar Energy
This week, Ed and Rachelle explore the ins and outs of solar power, and determine if solar panels are worth the work.
Save Money By Eating Healthy
Ed and Rachelle compare your options for buying cheap, organic, locally-grown, and healthy food.
Oceana’s Keith Addis On Bait and Switch in Aquaculture
Keith Addis, top Hollywood talent manager and Oceana’s Board of Directors President, shares how Oceana is fighting seafood fraud and how the grassroots movement has actually created change.
Don Most Talks “Happy Days” & Vaudeville’s Comeback
Don Most shares how he went from Happy Days to fulfilling his dream of performing big band music.
Public Transportation vs. Uber vs. Biking
This week, Ed and Rachelle drive you through the benefits of green transportation - carpooling, ride sharing, public transportation, walking, biking, and more!
Michael Kaliski, Hollywood's Green Movie Guy
Michael Kaliski shares how he went from dumpster diving to launching a business that’s making big green changes in Hollywood.
Mike Farrell Talks JFK Assassination
Actor Mike Farrell shares his experience on M*A*S*H, his epiphanies from the JFK assassination, and his secrets on staying young.
SPONSORED BY WUNDER CAPITAL
Beth Grant Gets High Off Love
Actress Beth Grant reveals the cure for creating happiness and her biggest inspirations in the fight for gender equality.
SPONSORED BY HELLOFRESH
Air Pollution: Causes, Effects, and Solutions
This week, Ed and Rachelle tackle the ways we can reduce air pollution.
Bill Nye Hijacks A Conversation With Frances Fisher
Actress Frances Fisher shares her advice on going green, and she gets a surprise visit from Bill Nye.
SPONSORED BY AUDIBLE
Sharon Lawrence Talks Water Pollution & Women Power
Actress Sharon Lawrence dives into her deepest concerns about plastic pollution, toxins, and gender equality.
SPONSORED BY WUNDER CAPITAL
Green Valentine's Day Gift Ideas
Ed and Rachelle offer their Valentine’s Day ideas to shower your sweetheart and the environment with love, but without breaking the bank.
Moby Reveals His Real Name & Talks Veganism
This week, musician and vegan Moby shares his thoughts on success and relationships in activism, and his health tips for getting all the nutrients and vitamins on a plant-based diet.
Save Money, Save the Planet
This week, Ed and Rachelle share their journeys towards fighting climate change and read ideas from listeners about tackling environmental problems.
Going Green with Jeff Goldblum
Actor Jeff Goldblum joins Ed and Rachelle to talk about how he made his house eco-friendly, why he's drawn to scientist roles, and how Hollywood has been contributing to the environmental effort.
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