Brian is a perceptual navigation instructor for the World Access for the Blind - which basically means he teaches the blind echo location. In between empowering blind people to take over their own mobility, he rides bikes and inspires people like us.
Courtney fell in love on television, for real, and now is able to let us know a little more about what happens behind the cameras on one of TV's most popular reality shows.
Giles spends his days searching the streets of Los Angeles for the perfect celebrity photo, sometimes rubbing them the wrong way, but always feeding the very real and important tabloid industry. Perspectives will change after this episode.
Deborah is an Oscar-nominated legend of costume design, having created the iconic looks of Indiana Jones, Animal House, and Michael Jackson's Thriller. She chats with us to breakdown the importance of the craft.
Paul Timman is a tattoo artist to the stars, with a list of clients that (after this interview) now includes Anna. He talks about the upward trend of inking and where he draws his inspiration.
Shawne Merriman talks about the ups and downs of playing in the NFL, how it feels to knock someone out, and how he is tackling his career after retirement.
As a skilled dominatrix, and owner of dungeons, Justine talks about the realities and the pleasures of her line of work (plus she literally whips Brad into shape).
April Wolfe of LA Weekly tells us what makes a good bad movie or just a good good movie and talks about competing with everyone critiquing everything on the internet.
Carrie Poppy dives into her passion for studying cults, her time working through Scientology, and what makes for a solid journalist in the age of the internet.
America's badass engineer Grant Imahara talks about his journey from Battlebots to battling myths and how engineering can lead you to work on Star Wars.
For the first episode of season 2, Grace guides us down her path to YouTube stardom, and how she built a career and business by being herself.
Explain Things to Me is BACK for season 2 with the help of Fullscreen. You can now WATCH the show on the Fullscreen app or listen one week later on this stream. Either way, the show is gonna be wayyyy better.
Brad goes solo interviewing Marc about touring with AWOLnation, his recording process, and how you're supposed to earn money making music nowadays.
Nadeah breaks down the types of human trafficking, how to spot it in your community, and what you can do about it. Her experiences overseas an in the US show how big of a problem this really is.
Jean-Pierre is a ghost hunter who isn't in it for the TV show. He attempts to explain the unexplainable and talks about one time where a herd of cats actually protected him from spirits.
Shawn knows how to get hit by a car or fall down a flight of stairs, but his biggest challenge has been coming out as the first openly gay stuntman in Hollywood. He talks about the ups and downs of the business and how it's affected his personal life.
Raphael runs Ortu, a high-end leather company that makes everything from bags to embroidered signs. We get into types of skin, and how to make a truly great leather jacket.
Robert talks about how his LA Kitchen feeds and trains the homeless, plus he explains why restaurants and grocery stores are actually clear to give leftover food to the poor and the future of community service.
Doctor Turshani breaks down every step of childbirth from the water breaking and cutting umbilical cords to when it’s okay to send those sweet babes home. He also talks about delivering his OWN BABY.
Maddisen coaches Brad and Anna through her process of of removing barriers, creating plans and committing to goals. And she explains why she doesn’t work with pathology, she works with potential.
Devin breaks down how to take a good idea and make it a reality in the startup field, his background in hacking, and how technology will eventually know everything about us.
Julieanna explains why it truly pays to have a plant-based diet, the problems with cheese, and how the new food pyramid is supposed to work.
DJ Shortee takes us through the rise and fall and rise again of DJ culture, plus why radio stations play songs when they do, and what it's been like watching the number of female DJs grow.
The man of a million legal tales, Hart Levin recalls his days of prosecuting the Los Angeles mafia, explains how gangs run the prisons, and what finally drew him to defending criminals.