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Sarah talks to three-time Olympian Lolo Jones about what she learned from coming up short in the 2008 Olympics, how she dealt with a barrage of negativity on both social and traditional media, her virginity, the terrible experience she had on MTV's The Challenge, her new book Over It, and how she's transitioned to the bobsled and hopes to once agai…
 
Sarah Willats joins me to talk about Madrid’s public transport network, how to get the best out of it, tickets, passes and trips whether visiting for a holiday, business or making the Spanish capital your home. Sarah, aka Sarah la Viajera (check out her Spain travel blog!) has recently published her book, The Ultimate Guide to Madrid’s Transportati…
 
Sarah talks to Angela Ruggiero about winning a gold medal in hockey while she was still in high school, appearing on The Apprentice, her work as the CEO of the Sports Innovation Lab, the concept of the Fluid Fan, and why the results of their data driven Fan Project say that companies should invest in women's sports.…
 
Join us for all the sights and sounds on a road trip along Spain’s rugged Costa Brava. Discover the beautiful seaside towns and villages of Tossa de Mar, Calella de Palafrugell, Platja Fonda, Roses and of course Cadaqués, home to Salvador Dalí’s former house, now a wonderful, eccentric museum. We explore the coves of turquoise waters, the back stre…
 
Sarah talks to former senior advisor to President Obama about the time he split his pants in the Oval Office, how he met his wife while they were both working in the White House, his New York Times best-selling books, and how he ended up hosting a popular podcast.저자 ESPN, Sarah Spain
 
Sarah talks to writer Parker Molloy about what it was like coming out at as transgender, how she started writing, why she doesn't consider herself a trans activist, why she's trying to zoom out and be more nuanced, how she's felt burned out, and why she decided to start her own newsletter.저자 ESPN, Sarah Spain
 
Sarah talks to ESPN/ABC's LZ Granderson about his unique voice, how he changed the spelling of his name to distance himself from his difficult childhood, how he struggled to accept his sexuality until after he was married to a woman and had a child, and his career in sports journalism.저자 ESPN, Sarah Spain
 
Sarah talks to Kevin Brilliant, the director of business strategy and analytics for the Chicago Bulls, about his role in using behavioral science to improve fan engagement, the importance of what he calls the regret lottery, what he learned from going to Disney about how to welcome fans back post-pandemic, and his Jamie Lee Curtis moment.…
 
Writer, historian and guide, Nick Lloyd walks us through Barcelona to explore the history of the Spanish Civil War and the city’s relationship with this dark chapter from Spain’s past. Nick guides around the key locations in the Catalan capital which hold historical significance and reveals some chilling stories of death and destruction. He also de…
 
Sarah talks to yoga teacher, body positivity activist, and author Jessamyn Stanley about how being fat doesn't mean that you aren't invited, how she reconciles her own tendency to body shame, how her soul was cracked open during yoga teacher training, how she once caught herself apologizing for existing, and about what pride means to her.…
 
Sarah talks to Dashboard Confessional front man Chris Carrabba about why he has a positive outlook on Napster, his memories of doing MTV's Unplugged, shaping his look and stage presence, writing about his feelings, and his recovery from a motorcycle accident last summer.저자 ESPN, Sarah Spain
 
Think you can speak Spanish? Think again if you move to Andalucía! Adam Harrison moved to Huelva province seven years ago and realised that the local dialect was very different to the Spanish he had learnt. So on a quest to share is observations and frustrations learning Andaluz Adam set up InglesAndaluz on TikTok and Instagram where he compares En…
 
Sarah talks to WNBA Superstar Elena Delle Donne about preparing for the Olympics and WNBA season, recovering from surgery, how international play takes some getting used to, and the way she’s learning to deal with the hiccups and challenges as she gets older. Plus, Chicago Red Stars Head Coach Rory Dames stops by to preview the NWSL season and more…
 
Sarah talks to Christina Hunger, a speech-language pathologist that is teaching her dog Stella to communicate using a series of buttons with words on them. Stella is now up to 50 words and can put together short sentences, express things like happiness and anger, and truly communicate what she wants and how she feels.…
 
Sarah and Domonique Foxworth talk about growing up, his decision to leave for college early, the moment he realized football was a business, not a dream, the advice he got from a teacher at Harvard that changed his life, him reluctantly joining the media and much more.저자 ESPN, Sarah Spain
 
Sarah talks to Kelley Carter of The Undefeated about talking to big names like Oprah and Don Cheadle in her interview series Another Act amidst the pandemic, how she prepares for the Oscars by watching everything, the show going without a host for another year, and how her role at The Undefeated has changed in the past four years.…
 
Sarah talks to journalist Joan Niesen about how her love of baseball was passed down from her paternal grandmother, her path from an economics degree to feature writer for Sports Illustrated, and her new podcast where she reckons with the steroid era in baseball and the home run chase of 1998 after seeing it through innocent eyes as a ten-year-old.…
 
Travel journalist and writer Tom Chesshyre joins me to talk about his slow train adventure all around Spain. As research for his latest book Slow Trains around Spain: A 3,000-Mile Adventure on 52 Rides, Tom spent 35 days on the tracks and clocked-up 95 hours and 20 minutes onboard all manner of different types of trains, from funiculars, cog trains…
 
Sarah talks to Team USA triathlete Chris Mosier and 3-time national champion Muay Thai Fighter Anne Lieberman about how important sports can be for transgender and non binary teens and the recent uptick in anti-trans legislation in a multitude of states.저자 ESPN, Sarah Spain
 
Sarah talks to yoga teacher, author, and podcaster Kathryn Budig about how she had to get dragged back to her second yoga class, applying a business mindset to a spiritual practice, the response she got after posing naked in an advertisement, finding balance, and dealing with grief.저자 ESPN, Sarah Spain
 
Hola Spain fans! This is a kind of hybrid episode. Lots of sounds of Madrid as I wander its squares, shops and markets and stop off in a few cafes and bars. Along the way I talk all about the cost of living in Spain. I look at renting and buying property, utility bills, groceries, healthcare costs, running a car and average salaries. I make lots of…
 
Sarah talks to chef Kristen Kish about what she learned from her experience winning season 10 of Top Chef, finding her food identity through her menu at her Austin based restaurant Arlo Grey, dealing with sexism in the food industry, coming out as a lesbian, and the joy she experienced filming her new show Fast Foodies on truTV.…
 
A couple of commishes cuttin' it up. Sarah talks to National Women's Soccer League commissioner Lisa Baird about how she had to react to the pandemic on her second day on the job, the success of the Challenge Cup, the league's relationship with US Soccer and how it's changed recently, and how she's trying to grow the league both in terms of audienc…
 
Sarah talks to legendary sports reporter and true female trailblazer Lesley Visser about her storied career covering the biggest events in sports (Super Bowls, Final Fours, NBA Finals, World Series) and in the world (the fall of the Berlin Wall). Lesley discusses wearing a credential that said no women or children allowed, getting thrown out of the…
 
We transport ourselves to the majestic olive groves of Jaén to talk all about Spanish olive oil with special guest and olive oil aficionado, Lucas Soler. Lucas was born in Barcelona but even though he has spent nearly all of his life in the US, olive oil has always remained in his blood. Since a young age ‘liquid gold’ has been a staple of his diet…
 
Sarah talks to writer Damon Young about growing up in Pittsburgh, how he became interested in writing while playing basketball in college, the pitfalls of the socialized ideals of manhood, his past criticism of LaVar Ball, the intentionality of suppression, and how anxiety is not just something that plagues white men.…
 
In this episode of the When in Spain podcast I explore the Balearic island of Mallorca. Joining me to scratch beneath the surface of the island is guide and long-time Mallorca resident, Gina Vasquez who runs Visit My Mallorca https://www.visitmymallorca.com/ Gina talks us through the ancient history of Mallorca and recommends things to see in the i…
 
Sarah talks to ESPN's Ariel Helwani about his rise in the MMA world, getting banned from covering the UFC by Dana White in 2016 and the support he got from mainstream media figures like Dan Patrick and Dan Le Batard that helped reverse the ban, his struggles with social anxiety, the six month stretch he refers to as the crossroads of his life, the …
 
In this episode we delve into the curious history, culture and untouched landscape of the balearic island of Menorca. Joining us to guide us around this lesser-discovered island is Lorraine Ure. For Lorraine, Menorca was love at first sight when the cruise ship she was working on docked in the port of Mahón. She has since had a 25 year love affair …
 
Sarah talks to Mt. Joy front man Matt Quinn about the nerves they felt playing on Conan, how they found their bassist on Craigslist, how Sarah discovered them by hearing one of their songs on Full Frontal, how he dates his life by sporting events, and his passion for Philadelphia teams. Plus, select clips from three of Mt. Joy's songs.…
 
Sarah talks to The Bachelor Matt James about watching himself on TV, the flack he's gotten for kissing women with his eyes open, the drama with the girls in the house, how he focused on being present and intentional throughout the season, why no one ever seems to eat on camera, and the advice he got from his friend and former Bachelorette contestan…
 
Let’s banish the winter blues with a trip around some of Spain’s most beautiful and secret swimming locations. Forget the packed beaches of the stereotypical ‘costas’ and let’s transport ourselves to secluded coves, white sand beaches, emerald pools, craggy canyons, wild waterfalls and relaxing rivers… Guiding us around these of the beaten track sl…
 
Sarah talks to Len Kasper about why he decided to leave the Cubs TV job for the White Sox radio job, how his degree in public relations got him a foot in the door in sports, the relationships he's formed with players over the years including the one who once parked his motorcycle in Len's garage, and his love of music and his band Sonic 45.…
 
Sarah talks to award-winning writer and Around the Horn panelist Bill Plaschke about how writing was the only way he could express himself as a kid because he stuttered when he spoke, how a box of Cocoa Puffs led to a big break in his career, his rise to columnist at The Los Angeles Times, why he prefers to write human interests stories, and his ba…
 
The new look TWSS is here and along with an array of new features Sarah talks to Jon "Boog" Sciambi about taking over as the play-by-play announcer for the Cubs, why he's never been on a cruise, how he got his nickname, and the side job he worked for only one day.저자 ESPN, Sarah Spain
 
Planning to buy a property in Spain? Maybe it's a future ambition to own your dream Spanish home.Whatever the case, this episode will give you a detailed insight into buying a house or apartment in Spain and is packed with practical advice on buying in Spain. It's a meaty subject so I decided to enlist Spanish property consultant Felix Joseph who s…
 
Sit back and join us for some armchair travel to the capital of Andalucía. That's right we're of to the 2,200-year-old city of Seville or Sevilla if you're feeling Andaluz!Our guide for the journey is native Sevillana, Aldara Arias Saavedra. Aldara produces and hosts her own podcast about food and slow, sustainable travel in Seville called Slow Tas…
 
Thinking about moving to Spain? Think it's too late? Join me to hear the inspirational story from Marsha Scarbrough who proves it's never too late to say yes to a new life in Spain.Marsha left her native California to start afresh in Madrid when she was 70 years old after losing everything in the 2008 financial crisis and declaring herself bankrupt…
 
In this episode of The When in Spain podcast we're talking about Jewish history or Sephardic history - to use the Hebrew word - in Spain. We'll also be talking about a law that Spain passed in 2015 that has laid a pathway for people of Sephardic descent to reclaim Spanish citizenship – and one of those who is going through the process joins me in t…
 
Drizzle, green hills, pintxos, cider, pelota & bull running. We must be talking The Basque Country! Tucked into the corner of northeastern Spain, País Vasco, or as it is known in the regional Basque language, Euskadi is one of the lesser-known Spains for many. To talk us through the landscape, cities, beaches, language, traditions and food and drin…
 
Sarah talks to Grant Wahl and Celine Gounder about how they met at Princeton, how Celine's work as an infectious disease physician and epidemiologist took them all over the world, Grant's exit from Sports Illustrated, Celine's memorable interview on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz, and Celine's role on the Biden-Harris transition team.…
 
Sarah talks to actor Dule Hill about a terrifying moment during his national TV debut, being forced to choose between a college course and a show business opportunity, what he learned working on The West Wing, the almost instant chemistry he had with James Roday Rodriguez on Psych, and what it was like being on Suits at the end of the Meghan Markle…
 
Madrid-based British writer and podcaster, Alan McGuire joins the When in Spain podcast to talk about Spanish politics, society and the economy since the 2008 financial crisis and the struggles that Spain has faced since then.Alan also talks about how Covid-19 has affected Spain and highlights the problems the pandemic has exposed. We also look at …
 
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