He overcame an attempted kidnapping in his youth, graduated from Stanford and collaborated with Janelle Monae. Grammy-nominated Hip-Hop artist, Jidenna shares the experiences that molded him as an artist.
Dan talks to United States soccer player Alejandro Bedoya about why he felt so helpless about gun violence in America that he had to run to the nearest microphone on the field and scream.
Did you know Brian Windhorst was in a coma for three weeks? We ask him about that... and LeBron.
Jim DeRogatis has investigated all of the accusations made against singer R. Kelly and has authored a book that goes into horrific detail. He joins "South Beach Sessions" and explains how one of R&B's biggest-ever hitmakers found himself facing a lifetime in prison.
Dan talks math with a smart and unusual giant.
Dan tries to talk to Billy Ray Cyrus about music, upbringing and Old Town Road. Billy Ray prefers to talk about Pete Rose.
They came from the podcast underground in the Bronx and became seemingly overnight pop-culture fixtures. Desus & Mero found a way to translate their unrivaled chemistry into dollars.
Dan talks to Ariel Helwani, the Howard Cosell of mixed-martial arts, about how the UFC once tried to keep him away from covering the sport he covers better than anyone.
Dan gets nostalgic about Miami with long-time friend and Pulitzer Prize-winning humorist Dave Barry.
Dan talks to Adam Carolla about how his childhood shaped his comedy and his new stand up special Not Taco Bell Material
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.
Dan and one of his favorite authors, Michael Lewis, talk about books, baseball's stupidity and the human brain.
Dan talks to Mike Schur - writer for The Office, creator of Parks and Rec, and one of America's most in-demand producers of TV content - about how he almost ruined a golden age of comedy.
Dan talks to Guns N Roses bassist Duff McKagan about how the lifestyle of one of the last real rock bands nearly killed him.
Dan and his curmudgeonly friend, Tony Kornheiser, talk about radio ... and how the acid-filled Tony blazed the path for LeBatard And Friends.
Dan talks to Stan Van Gundy about how he went from having all the power in the Pistons organization to hanging around our sewage.
What happens when you combine incompetence with greed, Miami and drugs? Allow Biogenesis doctor-who-isn't-a-doctor Tony Bosch and director Billy Corben to explain.
In Part Two, Chris Bosh describes where he was when he got the news LeBron had decided to return to Cleveland and why he decided to stop pursuing an NBA comeback after multiple blood clots.
In Part One of a two-part conversation, Chris Bosh takes you deep inside the most interesting team Miami has ever known.
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.