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47 minutes | Apr 16, 2020
Quarantine Edition #9 Doug Schneider "NYC in the time of Coronas"
We've all heard that NYC has been a war zone in the fight against the Covids and in this episode of Quarantine edition we are joined by NYC Actor Doug Schneider. You've may have seen Doug in his recurring co-starring role in the current HBO limited series The Plot Against America, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, and Gotham or as Abraham Lincoln on Seth Meyers . We talk with Doug about his acting journey, his experiences on SNL, NYC in the time of covids and his own personal experiences as an actor during this time of self isolation. It's a great and interesting conversation that you won't want to miss. Learn more about Doug here: http://www.imdb.com/name/nm2554950/?ref_=nmbio_bio_nm and www.DouglasSchneider.biz See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
87 minutes | Apr 15, 2020
Quarantine Episode #8 Actor Ethan Embry "Twitter in the time of Coronas"
In these quarantine editions we are talking to interesting people, friends and family all over the globe about their self isolation experiences. This episode's guest, Ethan Embry, we met last year, when he was our seemingly un-likely neighbor living the #vanlife in the same park where we practice our own #RV life. After a (perhaps wrongly perceived?) embarrassing meeting last year we all became friends and our dogs became buddies. We celebrated his families returning for this new season of work. However, that celebration turned into a farewell when they quickly circled back to their home in Atlanta to wait out the Covids. We are excited to see him over the Internets and talk about the twitter, his career and his current life during the surreal time of the coronas. At the beginning of this episode we joke that Ethan Embry is in everything, in all the things. In reality, well...he basically is and is a part of film history. A fixture in the 90's he starred in movies like That Thing You Do, Empire Records, White Squall, Can't Hardly Wait and even was Rusty in National Lampoons Vegas Vacation. Since then he's been in so many movies and TV shows that his IMDB list looks like a Netflix binge watching dream list. From Sweet Home Alabama, to two different iterations of the Twilight Zone (including the newest version by Jordan Peele) and a dream guest star role in Walking Dead, where he tries to kill Rick and ends up being eaten by a zombie for his troubles. For the past 6 seasons (and 1/2 - still filming season 7) he has co-starred on Netflix's longest running show Grace & Frankie as recovering addict Coyote - the son of Lilly Tomlin's Frankie. So yeah, he is basically in all the things. One of the things we talk about during the show is the upcoming reunion watch party for That Thing You Do which live streaming on April 17th-This Friday at 4pm Pacific/ 7pm East Coast - you can watch along with your own copy of the film and their YouTube channel https://www.youtube.com/thewonderslive - you can also follow Ethan on Twitter - and benefit from his rapid Covid research for yourself here: https://twitter.com/EmbryEthan *On a personal note, the "she" of the He & She Show (Teresa) was a teenager in the 90's, is the same age as Ethan - and several of the movies that defined her coming of age years were films that Ethan starred in. She didn't talk too much about these movies, as she was worried she would "fan girl out" and envelop this episode in awkwardness. We also discuss the perceived embarrassing moment that defined their meeting for her - so there was already enough awkwardness to start with. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
89 minutes | Apr 12, 2020
Quarantine Edition #7 Mike Sena "Colorado in the time of Coronas"
In this episode of the Quarantine edition we are joined by fellow RV'er Mike Sena from his current home of Colorado. Mike is a construction project manager & fellow filmmaker. In this episode we talk with Mike about his RV life, his foray into the film world, the short film "Flatters" that we made together, his recent move to Colorado, his experiences there during the times of Coronas and some surprising life stories. Check out Mike's work here: Youtube.com/user/MrMikesena and vimeo.com/mikesena See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
69 minutes | Apr 10, 2020
Quarantine Edition #6 Yochen Brang "Germany in the time of Coronas"
We are joined by very funny Yochen Brang for this quarantine edition, talking to us from Germany. Youchen is a professional German comedian we met doing a show in Berlin several years ago. We talk with Yochen about his comedy journey in Germany, his experiences during isolation with his family and the upcoming birth of his 2nd child during a pandemic. You can find Yochen here: https://der-prangster.de See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
91 minutes | Apr 3, 2020
Quarantine Edition #5 Director Ellenor Argyropoulos "Australia in the time of Coronas"
In this episode of our Around the World with The He & She Show: Quarantine Edition we talk with Ellenor Argyropoulos. Ellenor is a Director from Australia, based in Hollywood but left to see her family in Australia when the quarantine happened. So she's speaking to us from family isolation Melbourne, Australia. We talk about life in Australia during the this time of self isolation, her experiences as a director, a photographer and her time as a content producer for Tourism Australia - visiting every corner of the country. We also have a great chat about binging in the time of covid. . Check out her 2017 Tropfest Finalist Short film "Meat & Potatoes: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZBnFYXdTlVI&t=1s Ellenor's Website: https://www.filmenor.com Find her on instagram! Personal Instagram: @filmenor Travel Instagram: @from_theolivetree Producer: @mermaid__toast See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
116 minutes | Mar 30, 2020
Quarantine Edition: #4 Kristian Bruun: "Acting in the time of Coronas"
In this episode we are super excited to be joined by Kristan Bruun. You've seen him (or should see him) in "Orphan Black", "Carter", "Handmaid's Tale" and films like "Ready or Not". In this episode we talk about his acting journey, some of his travel experiences and being quarantine alone in LA away from his other home of Canada. This is one of our longer episodes, but we decided not to split it in 2 parts, because of how much more impactful and inspiring we felt it is as a whole. Want to learn more? You can follow him on Instagram here: @mrkristianbruun or Twitter here:@mrkristianbruun See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
62 minutes | Mar 26, 2020
Quarantine Edition #3 "Keli Budinich - Family in the time of Corona's"
We're joined by @everythingsnotfinepod podcast Host Keli Budinich for a transparent discussion about everything that is not fine right now. This episode gets deep. We talk about our shared experience in a cult together (Keli & co-host Teresa) and the similarities between cults and Trump sycophants, the real life price of quarantining, and everything in between. Keli shares her experiences of being self-quarantining with her teenage children. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
64 minutes | Mar 24, 2020
Quarantine Ep.2: #RVlife in Quarantine with Dennis Flipp and Melissa Ferrick
Doug & Teresa are joined by fellow RV life couple: Dennis Flipp & Melissa Ferrick for a social-distance chat about life in the time of coronas, their RV life experiences in LA and their favorite travel experiences...when they could travel. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
38 minutes | Mar 21, 2020
Quarantine Edition Ep.1 “love in the time of Corona’s”
Doug & Teresa are back with an episode from their RV in locked down LA. They talk about their experiences, some fun corona facts and plans for the future. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
53 minutes | Apr 11, 2019
The real danger for travelers
The real danger for travelers may not be what you think. In this episode we talk about the dangers that travelers bring with them to the places they visit. We also look at hotels, airbnbs, instagram, and the unintended effects both good and bad that they can have on the local economies and environment. This episode isn’t as heavy as it sounds, but we do have a good discussion about practical ways we can be more conscious and thoughtful travelers. The hardest part for the listener is getting through the first minute. I won’t give anything away, but it’s a brutal 1 minute for everyone involved. For associated links, check out our website: https://www.theheandsheshow.com/around-the-world-the-he-she-show/ See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
56 minutes | Mar 20, 2019
All about Universal Studios Hollywood
This Episode is all about Universal Studios in Hollywood. What is the scariest ride? What attractions to skip and what to miss? What are our favorites secrets and tips for you to make the most of your time and money visiting one of the countries favorite theme parks. We also talk about what big events they have coming up, including the opening of Jurassic World and the new Harry Potter Attraction. It's a fun ride! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
48 minutes | Feb 26, 2019
Traveling Musician Sarah Rogo shares her travel stories
Traveling Musician Sarah Rogo shares her travel stories Sarah Rogo is a musician, a surfer, a yoga instructor, an embodiment and mind body expert and has has lived a lot of life in her 26 years, more than most live in a lifetime. We met Sarah in the RV park we are currently #rvlife-ing it in this month. Sarah shares with us some stories of her from the road, as well as insights she has from a life well lived and well traveled. This episode will inspire you to get out of your comfort zone and experience more of the world. Not only does Sarah share her travel stories with us but also a song that is super appropriate for our recent move to Los Angeles. She also gives us a preview into her upcoming TEDx talk. Check her out at sarahrogomusic.com About Sarah: Sarah Rogo is a performer, surfer, guitar player and songstress making waves in the music scene. At a young age she has managed to embody the grace and intensity of the old time superstars. The bounce in her step and the twinkle in her eyes reveals her charisma and energy immediately. Her captivating performances include sliding on her resonator guitars, dancing, story telling, singing her heart out, and more. While she may look and sound like your prototypical Southern Californian, the 25-year-old singer, guitarist and songwriter was born in New England. She moved to the seaside beach town of Encinitas, CA, less than two years ago, took the local San Diego music scene by storm and now lives in Los Angeles. “Everyone in my family has always known California was my home,” she says. “Ever since I was a young girl, I’ve dreamt of being a surfer.” A nominee for Best Singer-Songwriter at the 2017 San Diego Music Awards, Rogo first picked up a guitar at 13 as a way of performing the songs she’d already written. A self-proclaimed band nerd, she played saxophone, bassoon and clarinet and conducted the school marching band. Growing up, Sarah spent hours listening to music in the local public library, where her tastes ran from klezmer and Middle Eastern sounds to a 1991 live album recorded by Buddy Guy and Junior Wells, Alone and Acoustic, which changed her life. “The whole thing is in the key of E and you just know they’re making up the words as they go along, but it totally captivated me,” she enthuses. “That’s the kind of music I wanted to play. I knew the blues had to come from the soul. That’s what made it so magical, what moved me, that authenticity, the mojo, even though I had no idea what those words meant until later. The blues just overwhelmed me.” Rogo apprenticed and performed with local Boston musicians, guitarist Paul Rishell, who once played with Son House, and world-class harp player Annie Raines, along with acoustic country-blues guitarist Woody Mann, a former student of the legendary Reverend Gary Davis. They introduced her to artists like Blind Willie Johnson, Blind Lemon Jefferson, Bessie Smith, Memphis Minnie, Led Zeppelin and the bottle neck slide on the National Resonator Guitar – for which she’s since become a spokesperson -- then took her out with them on tour to Arkansas and Mississippi. Sarah proved an apt performer, and before long, she was writing songs in the vein of those whose music she idolized, evoking such contemporary singer-songwriters as Bonnie Raitt, Rory Block, Eva Cassidy and folk rockers Dawes. “The common thread in my writing is the dance between dark and light. I’ve learned to dance with my demons in a healthy way. Life is inherently hard and the blues has taught me how to navigate hardship and guide me into balance. In a nutshell, blues is the yin and yang and I take refuge in that. It’s a meditation and a prayer… it’s a wish, a hope.” That’s reflected in Rogo’s joyful and spunky performances on-stage, where her energy is contagious. She takes her inspiration from nature and the nearby ocean, always writing outdoors, where inspiration can strike at any moment, and usually does. “I’m fueled by nature. When I’m writing or wandering the woods or the beach I can hear the whisperings of my heart. There are melodies in nature and I scoop them up and take them home.” An eager student of the industry, Rogo met her current manager, veteran Mike Lembo, at the Durango Songwriter Expo in Ventura, CA, where they had an immediate connection. “Sarah’s fearless and talented, and I was drawn to her personality without even hearing her play,” said Lembo. “When I heard her sing and play guitar, I recognized an old soul, someone who can not only become a successful artist, but a world-class surfer as well. Sarah has what it takes to make it, and I’m looking forward to working with her on doing just that.” Rogo is currently recording her debut album, working with producer David Ricketts.. She’s paid her dues and is ready to ride the wave into a promising, exciting future. “I just want to learn and have fun with new people in new places. I live to perform and collect stories” she says. “I want to dive right in and fearlessly be myself in this giant shark tank known as the music business” If anyone can surf those dangerous waters, it’s Sarah Rogo. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
68 minutes | Feb 19, 2019
Season 2 Premiere - The He & She Show go to the LA Travel & Adventure Show (The largest travel show in North America).
Doug and Teresa Wyckoff take you with them to the largest travel show in North America. Have you heard of the country Azerbaijan? Well, Teresa is ashamed to say she hadn’t heard of it until the Travel show…and now she is planning their trip. Asiman Mamedou gives us all the scoop on their magical country, which stands in the crossroads of Turkey, Russia, Iran, Armenia and along the Caspian Sea. They also speak to Jack McCormick from the 'Shadows of Africa', who gives valuable details about photographic safaris of Tanzania and other African countries, a gripping conversation starts about conservation with an interesting similarity between the industry of “hunting” domesticated exotic animals and tinder. He also shares his story about how he went from restaurants to safari tours. You’ll also different ways to have unique REAL Adventures with companies like 'Adventure Aid', ‘Altai' or 'Away from the Ordinary'. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
69 minutes | Dec 17, 2018
Travel stories with Justin Herman
Justin Herman gave us a lot to talk about. From the time he was kidnapped in Vietnam (without realizing it), stories about producing & directing some of the most popular travel shows on TV, writing for Comedy Central, his back door entrance into comedy, his favorite food in the world. It’s a good one. It’s a super funny episode with a serious foray into discussing Anthony Bourdain’s impact on travel and the travel hole he left behind in TV. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
57 minutes | Dec 3, 2018
Live from the RV: Amazon Rainforest
Doug & Teresa Wyckoff talk about their recent trip to the Amazon Rainforest, the latest #rvlife update and talk about the scariest experience of their travel life... See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
63 minutes | Nov 26, 2018
Comedian Robyn Schall: Doing it for the troops
Robyn Schall international headliner and character actress. She has headlined all across the county, sold out a six city headlining tour in Australia, performed for our troops in South Korea, Japan, Germany, Netherlands, Belgium, Kosovo, England and is headed to perform in the Middle East in November. She has been on TV shows such as Gotham Live, Wendy Williams Show, Bethanny Show, Raising McCain, The Little Couple and The List. After appearing on four episodes of The List she was hired to be a writer for the sketch comedy show “Edge and Christian Show” on the WWE network. Two years ago she joined the live streaming app periscope where she developed 30 distinct and unforgettable characters that you can now see on her weekly webseries “Robyn Is Crazy!” Find a new episode every Wednesday on her Facebook fan page Robyn Schall Comic. Instagram @robynschallcomic See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
72 minutes | Nov 19, 2018
Comedian Bobby Sheehan: Living abroad in Prague
Bobby Sheehan talks aboout his experiences teaching english in the Czech republic, how it led him to move to NYC to peruse comedy and that one time he accidently hung out with Nazis. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
62 minutes | Nov 14, 2018
Comedian & Podcast host Laura Merli: Weed in Amsterdam and Family Cruises
Laura Merli, the comedian and podcast host of "How to be Less Awkward" joins us in the middle of our weekly argument about misogyny. Doug learns about pronouns, what parades really are, we talk Santa Con. Laura discusses with us comedy in Boston vs. NYC and alt shows vs. club comedy. During our 5 questions segment we hear her scariest travel experience in Amsterdam. spoiler: it involves weed She also tells us a travel tale: family cruise for her grandparents 50th wedding anniversary & the most expensive hat ever. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
54 minutes | Nov 13, 2018
Live from the RV: Inca Trail & Announcement!
We record this one in our RV “From the road” in Arizona. We have a great time talking about the Inca trail, what lies not to believe about the trail and sharing the best, most surprising and worst parts of the hike. We answer our 5 travel questions about the Inca trail and give you lots of tips about what to expect and what to plan for. In this episode, we also make an announcement about how all of our friends can join us for an adventure in 2019. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
64 minutes | Nov 12, 2018
Comedian Mac Arthur: Moving to the big city
We follow Mac Arthur on his journey from Salt Lake City, UT to New York City and his experiences his first week of pursuing stand up comedy in the big apple. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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