From his beachside studios in Miami, ESPN's Dan Le Batard talks one-on-one with a mix of interesting personalities from sports, music, comedy and beyond. Published weekly, South Beach Sessions is the flagship podcast in the LeBatard and Friends Podcast Network. Dan is past his prime as an interviewer, and less curious than he has ever been, but he will bully the guests into carrying him
When you combine his wrestling, music projects, TV hosting, and podcasting, Chris Jericho has a solid argument for being one of the hardest working people in the history of entertainment. He shares with us how he broke into the biz and sheds light onto a complicated relationship with Vince McMahon.
Part II of our discussion with Dan Patrick. In this episode Dan goes into detail where his relationship with ESPN fell apart and how, after several years, he's squashed the beef. Discover how Dan went from losing out on a local TV job in Dayton to having his own sports empire. DP shared plenty of great stories in Part I, he keeps them coming here.
Dan Patrick went from local news castoff to becoming one of the names and faces synonymous with American sports coverage. He hustled his way to CNN thinking he'd made it at $18,000 a year, only to have his journey put him in a position to unknowingly turn down $10 Million a year to Host "The Price is Right" several years later. Let's learn about one of the more remarkable careers in media and hear amazing stories about the glory days of SportsCenter along the way. It's an interview too good to contain to just one episode.
Dominique Foxworth has led an interesting life that has seen him succeed in the NFL, Harvard Business School, The NFLPA, The NBAPA, and now gasbaggery. He sits down in studio with us to explain his path... it may devolve into a fight once Dan questions his size.
Terry Crews took an usual path to stardom, from football player to janitor to actor, and now he's an unlikely face for the Me Too movement. His willingness to be publicly vulnerable is on full display here.
Joe Buck was the youngest person to ever call an NFL game on a broadcast network at 25. He has called 20 World Series since. The son of a broadcasting legend, he became one himself. Let's enjoy some stories with one of America's best guides.
The co-creator of Chapelle's Show, Half Baked writer, film maker, innovative stand-up comic, actor (how many resume items are you guys going to put here to sell him to us? Why don't you throw in when he used to be a doorman, too?) ends his interview the perfect way for his new project.