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Bill Griffeth

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An Interview with a Legend: CNBC's Bill Griffeth

The PR Pace Podcast

I'm honored this week to interview Bill Griffeth of CNBC fame. Bill was an anchor at CNBC for decades and a veteran, class act in the field of business broadcast TV. He shares his experiences behind the camera and what he's up to now. PPR client Jay Young also stops by to talk about his business of investing in the oil + gas industry.

38mins

24 Aug 2021

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Episode 380 - Another Switched at Birth DNA Find / Fisher’s Favorite 50 Interview: Bill Griffeth and “The Stranger In My Genes”

Extreme Genes - America's Family History and Genealogy Radio Show & Podcast

Host Scott Fisher opens the show with David Allen Lambert, Chief Genealogist of the New England Historic Genealogical Society and AmericanAncestors.org.  David begins with great news that NEHGS is now open! In Family Histoire News, David shares a story of how DNA is linking some of the families victimized by the Holocaust. DNA has also revealed another pair of women who were switched at birth. They are not happy about it and are suing the hospital. Catch the details. MyHeritage.com has found another celebrity genealogy connection. This time it’s within the cast of Friends! Hear who it is. Then, a remarkable set of documents are being returned to the Bunker Hill Monument in Massachusetts. It’s a set of guest books from the Civil War years signed by many known and unknown people. Might you have an ancestor in the books? Next, Fisher welcomes renowned CNBC anchor Bill Griffeth to the show. Bill will take you through the day when he received an email from his cousin that informed him that the only man he had ever known as his father was genetically not his father!  A short time later, Bill had to go before the cameras on national television as if nothing was different that day. Bill also talks about his love of genealogy for many years prior and how this information caused him tremendous emotional trials for a time, and what he did to overcome them. In our second segment with Bill Griffeth, the anchor talks about other people’s stories that he has learned of since going public with his very personal struggle. Bill speaks of how this has affected his relationship with his 98-year-old mother and how she feels about his public revelation. Then, in the final two segments, Fisher and David answer your questions on “Ask Us Anything!” That’s all this week on Extreme Genes, America’s Family History Show!

44mins

14 Jun 2021

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Navigating the Volatility, The One Retail Name to Own and Bill Griffeth’s Rapid Fire Return

The Exchange

With stocks having a volatile session after yesterday’s selloff, two strategists on the sectors to buy and which to avoid.And Bank of America Securities’ retail analyst tells us which name she’s cherry-picking out of the wreckage and giving a ‘buy’ rating.Plus, Rapid Fire gets even hotter with the return of Bill Griffeth…the panel tackles everything from Facebook’s civil rights fallout to the reopening of Disney to Nikola Corp. 

46mins

8 Jul 2020

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Episode 46: Bill Griffeth and Sarah McDowell

The Hannah & Fred Show

Sarah McDowell tells us about her genealogy journey going all the way back to the Mayflower, and she’s joined in the segment by Bill Griffeth, anchorman-at-large at CNBC and author of The Stranger in my Genes: A Memoir

20mins

5 Jan 2020

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SV Reads 2019: Finding Identity in Family History, With Bill Griffeth and Paula Williams Madison

Commonwealth Club of California Podcast

Everyone has a family history — some of it they know, and some of it they have yet to discover. The surging popularity of genealogy research is encouraging more and more people to find out about their ancestors and how their actions and decisions affected who they are today. Bill Griffeth and Paula Williams Madison will share their own personal stories and the shocking discoveries they made as they learned more about their family histories. Notes: In association with Santa Clara County Library District, Santa Clara County Office of Education, the San Jose Public Library and DeAnza College Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

1hr 3mins

28 Feb 2019

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Episode 161 - Instant Classic Rewind/CNBC's Bill Griffeth on The Stranger in My Genes

Extreme Genes - America's Family History and Genealogy Radio Show & Podcast

This week, it’s an Extreme Genes Instant Classic Rewind from October of 2016! Fisher opens the show with David Allen Lambert, Chief Genealogist of the New England Historic Genealogical Society and AmericanAncestors.org. Fisher and David talk about the top stories of the week, including the washing ashore of Civil War cannonballs in South Carolina by Hurricane Matthew; the return of remains of a World War II vet to his hometown; the 105th birthday of the cub reporter who announced the beginning of World War II; and the ultimate age we might expect people to reach according to new science. David also shares his tip of the week, and this week’s free guest user database from NEHGS. Next, Fisher welcomes renowned CNBC anchor Bill Griffeth to the show. Bill will take you through the day when he received an email from his cousin that informed him that the only man he had ever known as his father was genetically not his father!  A short time later, Bill had to go before the cameras on national television as if nothing was different that day. Bill also talks about his love of genealogy for many years prior and how this information caused him tremendous emotional trials for a time, and what he did to overcome them. In our second segment with Bill Griffeth, the anchor talks about other people’s stories that he has learned of since going public with his very personal struggle. Bill speaks of how this has affected his relationship with his 98-year-old mother and how she feels about his public revelation. Next, Tom Perry, the Preservation Authority, from TMCPlace.com answers a listener email about her 100-plus collection of audio cassette tapes (voice only) and how she should consider going about digitizing them. As Tom will show you, there are a lot of aspects to consider. That’s all this week on Extreme Genes, America’s Family History Show!

48mins

10 Jul 2017

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Episode 161- CNBC Anchor Bill Griffeth On His DNA Shocker And His Book "The Stranger in My Genes"

Extreme Genes - America's Family History and Genealogy Radio Show & Podcast

Fisher opens the show with David Allen Lambert, Chief Genealogist of the New England Historic Genealogical Society and AmericanAncestors.org. Fisher and David talk about the top stories of the week, including the washing ashore of Civil War cannonballs in South Carolina by Hurricane Matthew; the return of remains of a World War II vet to his hometown; the 105th birthday of the cub reporter who announced the beginning of World War II; and the ultimate age we might expect people to reach according to new science. David also shares his tip of the week, and this week's free guest user database from NEHGS. Next, Fisher welcomes renowned CNBC anchor Bill Griffeth to the show. Bill will take you through the day when he received an email from his cousin that informed him that the only man he had ever known as his father was genetically not his father!  A short time later, Bill had to go before the cameras on national television as if nothing was different that day. Bill also talks about his love of genealogy for many years prior and how this information caused him tremendous emotional trials for a time, and what he did to overcome them. In our second segment with Bill Griffeth, the anchor talks about other people's stories that he has learned of since going public with his very personal struggle. Bill speaks of how this has affected his relationship with his 98-year-old mother and how she feels about his public revelation. Next, Tom Perry, the Preservation Authority, from TMCPlace.com answers a listener email about her 100-plus collection of audio cassette tapes (voice only) and how she should consider going about digitizing them. As Tom will show you, there are a lot of aspects to consider. That's all this week on Extreme Genes, America's Family History Show!

49mins

17 Oct 2016