Steven Spierer on the Radio

Listen to Steven Spierer on the Radio

Steven Spierer hosts a worldwide Internet radio program which is heard live Saturdays at 10:00 am Pacific, 1:00 pm Eastern. Steve’s guests range from insurance experts and politicians to authors and psychologists. Below are links to selected shows. Feel free to send an Email to if you have comments on the shows or if you have an idea for guests or topics that might be discussed on

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Steven Spierer

Marriage and the Art of Living Together

The years of midlife can be a struggle. Children grow up, jobs change, health gives way and the things that used to make us happy don’t necessarily do that anymore. Long-term relationships, in particular, can lose their shine.  Steve talks with Psychologist Daphne de...

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The State of the Retail Industry and a Slice of Havana

Almost weekly, the news is full of stories about disappearing retail chains that have been around for decades.  Steve talks with Mark Pilkington, author of Retail Therapy: Why The Retail Industry is Broken – And What Can Be Done to Fix it. Then, Steve visited Havana...

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Common Challenges for Americans

Too many in the press would have us believe that America is a divided country where two or more perpetually angrier sides agree on nearly nothing.  Yet, so many of the challenges that face us today are common, overlapping and of concern to a vast majority of...

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Churchill: Walking With Destiny

In 1940 TIME Magazine named Winston Churchill as its Man of the Year. In 1950 TIME called him the Man of the Half-Century.  In 1999 the Washington Post, and lots of others, called Winston Churchill the Man of the Century because he changed the course of history in a...

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Aging Successfully

We are all aging, and many people are concerned about what to expect with advancing years.  Although most young people think of the later years of life in terms of decline they can be one of the best times of life.  Steve talks with Alan D. Castel, author of Better...

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American Dialogue: The Founders and Us

We live in a divided United States that is currently incapable of sustained and productive dialogue between opposing points of view.  As a result many Americans are feeling unsure of our future.  Steve talks with Professor Joseph J. Ellis, author of American Dialogue:...

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A Good Death

Most people say they would like to die quietly at home.  But overly aggressive medical advice, coupled with an unrealistic sense of invincibility or overconfidence in our health-care system, results in the majority of elderly patients misguidedly dying in...

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Narcissists, Psychopaths and Sociopaths

Steve learns the difference between a Narcissist, a Psychopath and a Sociopath as he talks with Dr. Ramani Durvasula, author of Should I Stay or Should I Go? Surviving a Relationship With A Narcissist. ...

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Leadership in Times of Crisis

The art of leadership emerges not during calm, but in crisis.  Steve talks with Tevi Troy, author of Shall We Wake The President? Two Centuries of Disaster Management From The Oval Office.    

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Nutrition and Disease Prevention

Our medical care system does a better and better job at treating illness and disease.  Yet, very little is done toward prevention.  More and more we are learning that most conditions and diseases are not only treatable but are preventable simply through nutrition. ...

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