Jeffrey Sachs has been named among the 100 most influential leaders in the world by Time Magazine—not once, but twice. We discuss how to reawaken American Virtue and Prosperity from his latest book The Price of Civilization.
Guests will be Dr. Howard Peters giving his alternative view on Noah’s Ark, Jeffrey Sachs with his controversial views on The Price of Civilization and Barry Barnes giving business wisdom from The Grateful Dead.
Professor Lisa Randall is on Time Magazine’s 2007 list of the 100 Most Influential People of 2007. She’s one of the country’s preeminent physicists and we discuss her latest book Knocking on Heaven’s Door.
Here is the lineup of guests on BRAINSTORMIN’ with Billy the Brain for Monday, September 26, 2011. Listen at www.BrainstorminOnline.com or on AM 1400 in Ventura at 10 o’clock am Pacific time.
Doug Waller is a journalist who has worked for Time and Newsweek covering the Pentagon, State Department and CIA. He’s written a book about one of the most colorful characters in World War II history. We discuss his latest book Wild Bill Donovan.
Barry Day is the foremost authority on Noël Coward. Coward was synonymous with English language wit and charm in the 20th Century. Singer Eddie Cantor described Noël Coward as the George M. Cohen of Britain. This sells Noël Coward short. Coward’s career spanned four decades. His writing and music defined an era in Great Britain. He was considered the embodiment of British wit and culture in the United States.