An actress, a chef and a politician walk on to The Carlos Watson Show. What do you get? Some of the best conversations among the change-makers and game-changers that we need to hear from at this turbulent time. From humanizing the food industry in a post-COVID world to richly integrating the entertainment industry, we’ve been hearing from vibrant guests with a shared vision for a different world.
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Gabrielle Union is an actress and an activist, but what happens when those passions collide? Union discusses the secrets to her successful marriage and the exhausting "#MeToo amnesia" facing Black women. Listen to the full interview, read OZY’s take on this episode or:
Top Chef judge Tom Colicchio knows how to dish it up, and he's bringing humanity to the food industry. He and Carlos discuss Anthony Bourdain, Colicchio's unexpected restaurant success and the vast changes (positive and negative) COVID-19 could bring. Listen to the full interview, read OZY’s take on this episode or:
She’s the woman who took on a Supreme Court nominee, but there's much more to Anita Hill than that hearing. What would she say to the offer of a Cabinet position from Joe Biden? Listen to the full interview, read OZY's take on this episode or:
The former Florida governor and presidential candidate pulls back the curtain on the Bush family and shares his surprising opinion about Andrew Yang. Will he endorse Biden?Listen to the full interview, read OZY’s take on the interview or:
Will he make you love NASCAR? Wallace speaks about his experience as the circuit’s lone full-time Black athlete and shares the horrifying story of how he nearly killed his dad on the racetrack. Listen to the full interview, read OZY’s take on the episode or:
Breakout star Tatiana Maslany is known for playing 14 different characters on her Emmy-winning show Orphan Black, but she admits that she’s still searching for herself. Listen to the full interview, read OZY’s take on the episode or: