It’s the “Nikki Summit,” and on the agenda are social media strategies and tips, John Beilein, online pet peeves, broccoli, and news embargoes.
It’s time to spin the wheel, draw a card, and hit the buzzer.
Today, Matt Ottinger is our guest on the podcast. For 29 years, Matt hosted “QuizBusters” on PBS. He’s also a game show expert and a former contestant.
We love stories about people who take a chance and start something cool. We especially love stories about people who take a chance, start something cool and become the very best in the country at doing it.
That’s Linda Hundt’s story, creator of the Sweetie-licous bakery and winner of 19 National Pie Championships.
If we’ve said it once, we’ve said it a million times: running the Cold Oatmeal podcast is just like running the programing for Michigan’s biggest public radio station, and today we prove it!
With us is Zoe Clark, program director for Michigan Radio.
Play ball! The national pastime is back, and so is the Cold Oatmeal podcast.
Today we talk a little baseball with a guy whose job it is to literally talk about baseball. Jesse Goldberg-Strassler, the radio voice of the Lansing’s minor league baseball team, the Lansing Lugnuts.
Road trippin’ it! Joe bought a plastic tub, and the team hit the road to visit Michigan’s oldest restaurant.
Today, we tackle a topic ignored by the masses for just too long… the weather. That’s right. It’s time we shine the light of day on this issue that no one ever wants to talk about.
Ahmad Bajjey joins us to bring some serious weather knowledge to the podcast. Ahmad is an award-winning meteorologist with NBC25 in Flint, and he’s awesome.
Deb Hart is an icon… a fixture on Lansing drive-time radio since she got into the business at the age 19.
Last month, she walked away from the radio studio for the yoga studio and the next chapter in her life. Today, she’s our guest on the Cold Oatmeal podcast.
The Resch Strategies team is back, and we welcome in Kelsey Snyder, the youngest daughter of former governor, Rick Snyder. Kelsey traversed her high school and college years with her dad running Michigan, and we talk with her about that.
Also, a surprise guest, a new segment, and a little announcement.
What do Marla Maples, Tom Arnold, and a Ph.D.-holding political scientist all have in common? You are about to find out.