221-Learning is Good for You

January 15, 2018

This Monday Show I'm talking about being back in school and the lack of culpability entering into popular conversations.


220-Ryan Caron on Burnout

January 11, 2018

To kick us back off with our guests, there was really only one person who could come and fill that mighty role: Ryan Caron. Ryan was the first guest and has appeared many times on the show. This time, he's here tot talk about what he's doing differently with handling his burnout after numerous theatre shows and political campaigns.


219-The Monday Show: Are Things Changing?

January 8, 2018

A lot has gone on the few months that People Doing Things has been off the air but the most promising thing, is that the rich and powerful misogynists are beginning to fall like dominos.


218-Person Re-Doing Things

January 5, 2018

Well hello there... it's been a while...



September 10, 2017

Hasta luego, compadres.


216-What DO people do?

August 28, 2017

This Monday Show, I'm talking about trying to make it all work. You know... the usual!


215-Rachel Kambury-Writer

August 25, 2017

Today is a big long show about the depth and breadth of a human's life. I'm talking to New York based writer Rachel Kambury about why she's hooked on Band of Brothers. At least that was the way in to the conversation. But of course, things are not that simple and we visit grief, building an identity, connecting to art and so much more.



August 14, 2017

It's hard to have words anymore but I'm trying to figure out what comes next. There's some music at the end so it's not all heavy.


213-Fragile Masculinity and Dried Halls

August 1, 2017

Any day is a good day to talk about fragile masculinity and shooting yourself in the foot by leaving dried Halls around. Right? Hey, at least I did a show.


212- Dave Kozlowski-Attorney

July 29, 2017

In today's extended episode, I'm talking with Dave Kozlowski, an attorney and writer in New York. Dave talks about growing up without a clear direction and ultimately choosing law, essentially to pay off his student loans and to live the good life. But as so often happens, the reality wasn't necessarily what he had imagined. We also talk a bit about Trump and America and where things are at.