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William Shatner

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I Don't Understand with William Shatner: Do ghosts really exist?


Ghost stories are almost as old as time itself whether they are benevolent beings that help guide us or sinister spirits to cause harm or frighten us, people love talking about the idea of ghosts. Well, are they real? What do we really know about paranormal phenomena? Paranormal investigator and co-star of “Kindred Spirits” Amy Bruni joins William Shatner on this week's episode of "I Don't Understand" to talk aobut if ghosts really exist.


18 Jan 2022

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#BAJThrowback: The infamous William Shatner interview

Brian, Ali & Justin Podcast

For the first time ever, Brian, Ali, & Justin are digging deep into their archives and unearthing the unedited, uncut, and uncomfortable interview they recorded with William Shatner in the spring of 2020. This has never been heard before and will only live on the Brian, Ali, & Justin podcast.  You can follow Brian, Ali, & Justin on the 101.1 WKQX Facebook page. Don't forget to rate, review, and subscribe on your podcast platform of choice!  Brian, Ali, & Justin are live every morning from 6a-10a on 101.1 WKQX. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.


17 Jan 2022

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Best Of with William Shatner: Sushi & Mexican Food

Your Last Meal with Rachel Belle

At 90 years old, William Shatner is an exuberant, curious, ridiculous flavor of hilarious and his chat with host Rachel Belle feels like a live improv performance with plenty of unexpected twists and turns. Shatner is best known for his role as Captain Kirk on Star Trek and "singing" popular songs in his signature spoken word style, but he also has strong opinions about avocado toast, considers himself a sushi connoisseur and loves beautifully made Mexican food. So Rachel took a trip to Sushinola, one of the country's few Sinaloa style Mexican sushi restaurants, in Kent, Washington. Rolls are stuffed with carne asada, topped with pico de gallo, drizzled with housemade chipotle sauce and deep fried because co-owner Anayancy Reyes says most Mexicans are decidedly not fans of raw fish. And psychology professor Dr Julia Hormes joins the show to share her fascinating research on cravings. Turns out, food cravings are cultural and psychological, not a universal human experience -- the word "craving" doesn't even exist in many languages. The whole thing about pregnant women craving crazy combinations like pickles and ice cream? Dr Hormes will set the record straight. Follow Rachel Belle on Instagram!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.


13 Jan 2022

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I Don't Understand with William Shatner: Poetry and how it can help us heal?


Words matter. And the beauty and scope of language when turned into poetic verse can be used to inspire, uplift and express emotion in innumerable ways…and no surprise here - it can also be therapeutic and restorative to many people. Poet and author of "I Love You, Call Me Back" Sabrina Benaim joins William Shatner on this week's episode of "I Don't Understand" to discuss poetry and how it can help us heal.


11 Jan 2022

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Now I've Heard Everything

Back in the fall of 1993, when I had scheduled an interview with actor. William shatner, it was fascinating to watch the generational divide in the office where I worked. When he walked in, the oldest among us could be heard saying Captain Kirk is here! The next oldest we're saying TJ hooker is here! And the youngest, at that point in the early '90s, we're saying the guy from rescue 911 is here! William Shatner has undoubtedly been one of the most durable actors of our time, appealing across generations and across genres.


3 Jan 2022

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I Don't Understand with William Shatner: What makes a person good or bad?


You know, it's estimated that the average adult makes up to 35-thousand decisions a day. So chances are...You’re going to make a really bad one once in a while...So what affects our everyday decisions and behaviors? And why do we sometimes behave our best and sometimes behave our worst? John A. and Cynthia Fry Gunn professor of biology, neurology and neurosurgery at Stanford University Robert Sapolsky joins William Shatner on this week's episode of "I Don't Understand" to explore what makes a person good or bad.


1 Jan 2022

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William Shatner, fresh from low orbit, shows off his range on new record 'Bill'

World Cafe Words and Music from WXPN

In this session we get into Shatner's new record, he shares stories from his colorful life, including a recent trip to space.


24 Nov 2021

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Part 2: William Shatner (ACS Nov 8)

Adam Carolla Show

William Shatner joins the show and talks about his Blue Origin's flight into space last month. This leads to a philosophical discussion about taking risks based on your age. The two also chat about legacy and William shares a few thoughts about George Takei.THANKS FOR SUPPORTING TODAY’S SPONSORS:Indochino.com enter ADAMMarshallHeadphones.com enter CAROLLA15Lifelock.com enter ADAMLiveXLive.com/ADAMCAROLLA Geico.com RockAuto.com

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8 Nov 2021

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My Turning Point

Before he headed off to the final frontier for real, William Shatner sat down with host Steve Baltin to talk about his incredibly autobiographical and personal spoken word album, "BILL," which features Joe Jonas, Brad Paisley, Joe Walsh, and more.


25 Oct 2021

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This Week's Top Stories - Vaccination Nation, William Shatner's Space Trip & The Great Resignation

The Daily Show With Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

Texas Governor Greg Abbott orders a sweeping ban on COVID-19 vaccine mandates, William Shatner goes to space, and a record-breaking number of Americans quit their jobs. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com


16 Oct 2021