In this CAFE Insider Bonus, Preet and CNN global affairs analyst Bianna Golodryga discuss the fifth episode of Preet's new narrative podcast series, Doing Justice.Click here to subscribe to Doing Justice on Apple Podcasts: apple.co/doingjusticeClick here to subscribe to Doing Justice on Spotify: spoti.fi/3rhiMUMPurchase the paperback of the book that inspired the podcast, Doing Justice: A Prosecutor's Thoughts on Crime, Punishment, and the Rule of Law: doingjusticebook.comThank you for being a member of the CAFE Insider community.
In this CAFE Insider Bonus, Preet and CNN global affairs analyst Bianna Golodryga discuss the fourth episode of Preet's new narrative podcast series, Doing Justice.Click here to subscribe to Doing Justice on Apple Podcasts: apple.co/doingjusticeClick here to subscribe to Doing Justice on Spotify: spoti.fi/3rhiMUMPurchase the paperback of the book that inspired the podcast, Doing Justice: A Prosecutor's Thoughts on Crime, Punishment, and the Rule of Law: doingjusticebook.comThank you for being a member of the CAFE Insider community.
In this CAFE Insider Bonus, Preet and CNN global affairs analyst Bianna Golodryga discuss the third episode of Preet's new narrative podcast series, Doing Justice, and talk through why Preet chose to include the harrowing case of the ‘cannibal cop.’ To hear Preet's conversations with Bianna about the five other episodes of Doing Justice and to access exclusive podcasts, articles, and notes, sign up to be a CAFE Insider at CAFE.com/Insider. Purchase the paperback of the book that inspired the podcast, Doing Justice: A Prosecutor's Thoughts on Crime, Punishment, and the Rule of Law: doingjusticebook.com.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Preet Bharara, former U.S. attorney, with Bianna Golodryga
Sixth & I LIVE
In Doing Justice, Preet Bharara, the former federal prosecutor, offers an overview of the way our justice system works and why the rule of law is essential to our society. In conversation with Bianna Golodryga, a CNN contributor. This program was in partnership with Politics and Prose on April 18, 2019.
On this week's episode of A Call to Lead, my guest is Bianna Golodryga. Bianna is the co-anchor of CBS This Morning—and a woman with a fascinating path to success. Bianna was born in Russia, grew up in Texas, and spent her early career as a business news journalist, telling stories about CEOs and world-changing entrepreneurs. Over the years at CNBC, ABC, and now CBS, Bianna has interviewed some of the world's most prominent leaders in government as well as business. She's also a mother of two young children— figuring out, like the rest of us, how to juggle work and family. Here are five key highlights from this episode of A Call to Lead with Bianna: 4:35 - You have very little to lose when you're 21 or 22. Even if people describe you as annoying, you still might be memorable. 17:06 - Guilt is a useless emotion unless you use it to force change. If you're not going to change anything, let go of the guilt. 22:46 - Doing your homework and being prepared can get you much further than a resume or credentials. You might have graduated from whatever college and received whatever award, but it's the people that are most prepared and work the hardest that most often go the farthest. 26:23 - Seeing a leader set that example—saying "Listen I've got to leave at 3:30 to pick up my kids"—changes everything in the workforce. People want to contribute even more. They’re driven to work harder because they appreciate that you're human and share the same challenges as they do. 32:30 - You can be interviewing the CEO of a Fortune 100, the President of the United States, or anyone from any walk of life— but one topic that will get just about anyone to open up is by engaging them as a parent and talking about the dreams they have for their children and how they want their children to view them.
65. Bianna Golodryga, CBS News Correspondent & CNN Contributor
Ali on the Run Show
“The stories you tell can change the world.” —Bianna Golodryga Bianna Golodryga is a CBS News correspondent and a contributor at CNN. She’s the former weekend anchor of Good Morning America, and worked at Yahoo News alongside Katie Couric. Bianna was born in the former Soviet Union and moved to the United States with her parents — and only $150 in their pockets — when she was 18 months old. On this episode, Bianna talks about growing up Russian in Texas (her classmates called her a “Commie Spy,” and she was the only Jewish kid in her entire school), and talks about the decisions that motivated her to move to New York City to pursue a career in finance and, eventually, on television. Bianna has interviewed the world’s top personalities, politicians, and celebrities, from Katy Perry and Reese Witherspoon to Bill Clinton and Borat. (Right before she sat down to record this episode with me, Bianna was interviewing Oprah alongside Gayle King.) Bianna was also the first journalist to interview and talk to the father of the Boston Marathon bombers, and was actually the one to tell him that his sons were the ones behind the bombings. It’s one of many crazy stories Bianna — who is also a mom, a step-mom, and, of course, a runner — shares on this episode, which is a must-listen for anyone who wants to be involved in any aspect of the news or television industry. This episode is brought to you by Strava, the leading social network for athletes. Click here to join today, and then enter for your chance to win a 2018 TCS New York City Marathon entry and a $500 travel stipend! https://blog.strava.com/nyc-marathon-contest/ What you’ll get in this episode: What it was like growing up as a Russian Jewish immigrant in Texas (1:30) How Bianna worked her way from Wall Street to network TV (4:30) The skills Bianna says you need to get a job in television today (10:35) What it was like interviewing Oprah (12:30) How Bianna became an anchor on Good Morning America (17:30) Why Bianna decided to leave GMA for Yahoo News (20:15) What Bianna says is the greatest lesson she learned from working with Katie Couric (26:50) Bianna’s take on being a woman in media right now, and what it’s like covering stories like the Women’s March, the #metoo movement, and Harvey Weinstein-style scandals (30:00) Bianna reflects on the most life-changing — and most challenging — interviews of her career so far (34:00) What Bianna wishes everyone understood about consuming news (44:45) What it’s like being a Russian journalist in today’s crazy news world (48:15) The very cute and high-profile place Bianna met her husband (50:30) How Bianna got into running (52:00) How Bianna manages two demanding jobs, two young kids, and taking care of herself (57:00) What we mention on this episode: High School for the Performing and Visual Arts Maria Bartiromo 60 Minutes Good Morning America Cici’s Pizza Buffet CBS This Morning Gayle King A Wrinkle in Time SoulCycle Lyons Den Power Yoga Robin Roberts Dan Harris Ron Claiborne Katie Couric Morning Joe Fed Up Now I Get It Bianna Golodryga interviews Warren Buffet Brooks Running Shattered: Inside Hillary Clinton’s Doomed Campaign United Airlines NYC Half New York Times The Daily podcast Follow Bianna: Instagram @biannagolodryga Twitter @biannagolodryga Facebook Follow Ali: Instagram @aliontherun1 Facebook Twitter @aliontherun1 Blog Strava Listen & Subscribe: Apple Podcasts Spotify SoundCloud Overcast Stitcher Google Play SUPPORT the Ali on the Run Show! If you’re enjoying the show, please subscribe and leave a rating and review on Apple Podcasts. Spread the run love. And if you liked this episode, share it with your friends!