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Kevin Lowe believes everything in this life happens for a reason, and a good reason at that. And this is true, even after losing his ability to see. Fueled by a strong desire to ignite a sense of hope and optimism into the world, Kevin sets out to inspire others to not give up on life, even when it seems like life has given up on them. Have unfortunate circumstances gotten in the way of you living the life you dreamed of? Do you feel stuck and want so badly for something to change? Ever sinc ...
 
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Getting Wilosophical with Charlie Pickering. Charlie Pickering is a comedian and writer from Australia known for his satirical news show, The Weekly. Charlie has appeared on WILOSOPHY twice in the past, in 2015 and 2020. His newest project, "The Time Traveller's Guide to Not Dying" is an Audible original show that is available now. YOU MIGHT ALSO L…
 
Ali Ingersoll is a day trader, marketing consultant, disability advocate, writer, blogger, editor, and public speaker. She started her advocacy mission after being repeatedly denied medically necessary equipment by insurance companies over the last 10 years since becoming a C6 quadriplegic and full-time wheelchair user after a shallow water diving …
 
Aisling Bea is an Irish comedian, actress and writer perhaps known best for her comedy-drama series, “This Way Up,” which she wrote and produced. Starting off the recording by having a postage dilemma, Aisling and Wil have a long and thoughtful conversation about comedy, life and philosophy. YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE: WILOSOPHY with Dara O’Briain WILOSOP…
 
Joe Rinaldi is determined to share his story of sight loss, struggle and positive perspective through writing, speaking and various forms of media. Joe Rinaldi, PT, DPT is a Doctor of Physical Therapy and Performance coach who resides in Philadelphia, PA with his wife and best friend, Michaela. Joe defines himself as a human being first and foremos…
 
Getting Wilosophical with Luke Darcy Luke Darcy is a former Australian rules footballer and current radio and television presenter covering AFL. Luke and Wil chat about the Darcy family’s history with AFL, his time playing for the Western Bulldogs, and moving into the media after his playing career. Luke’s new podcast ‘Empowering Leaders’ is availa…
 
Walker Brandt began her journey to success by refusing to be broken by the alcoholic and violent family legacy she grew up within. She has appeared in international blockbuster films, TV shows, and thousands of Advertising Campaigns and commercials for global brands. In 2020 she became a published author with AWAKEN – Discovering Yourself Through t…
 
Getting Wilosophical with Dr. Yves Rees Dr. Yves Rees is a writer, historian, podcast and currently a lecturer in History at La Trobe University in Melbourne. Dr. Rees’ new book, “All About Yves” is a memoir about the trans experience in which they explore their realisation that they were transgender at age 30. YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE: WILOSOPHY with H…
 
The Secret Service had no idea what they were in for when they hired a skinny blonde, debutante from Atlanta, Georgia to join the force! With a mouth on fire and a wil that never breaks Lauren Lusby Fernandez developed a reputation that would earn her the nickname, Talk Back Barbie. But rather than fight it, Lauren embraced it! And now she's sharin…
 
Getting Wilosophical with Max Barry Max Barry is an Australian author known for novels such as 'Syrup,' 'Jeniffer Government,' and his most recent novel, 'The 22 Murders of Madison May.' A high school friend of Wil's, Max was on of the first guests to ever appear on WILOSOPHY way back in 2015. YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE: WILOSOPHY with Todd Sampson WILOSO…
 
Fred Haywood was born on the island of Maui a decade before it became a state. The son of a sugar plantation doctor, he grew up playing with the neighbor kids, who were Hawaiian, Japanese, Chinese, and white. He and his four siblings played in the waters off Kahului Harbor on their balsa wood surfboards and El Toro sailboats. When Fred was seventee…
 
In episode 27 of the Busting the Block podcast, Catherine Gonzales of Latinx Lens joins Ryan and Kevin to discuss the action-adventure sequel, The Mummy Return. They talk about the film's aging CGI, the Scorpion King, Rick and Evelyn's relationship, sympathy for the villain, and so much more. Follow our hosts on Twitter: Ryan's Twitter - @ryanmcqua…
 
Getting Wilosophical with Bridie Jabour. Bridie Jabour is a writer and journalist who had her life changed during a near death experience in a truck accident that nearly killed her whole family. She speaks about her new book, 'Trivial Grievances' and how she became better at what's important. YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE: WILOSOPHY with Clem Bastow WILOSOPH…
 
This year marks the 20th anniversary of 9/11. 20 years ago on the morning of September 11, 2001 the United States of America was attacked in the most cowardly way imaginable - Using our own passenger planes as weapons. I was blessed with an opportunity to reflect back on that day while talking with Christina Ray Stanton, the author of: Out of the S…
 
Getting Wilosophical with Suren Jayemanne. Suren Jayemanne is a writer and stand-up comedian, as well as a qualified (but not practising!) accountant. Suren speaks to Wil about getting into comedy after working as an accountant, and his experience being raised Catholic. YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE: WILOSOPHY with Dilruk Jayasinha WILOSOPHY with Jan Fran…
 
Bradford and Bryan Manning are two blind brothers on a mission to cure blindness. At a young age, they were diagnosed with Stargardt’s Disease, an eye disease that causes blindness over time. Thankfully they had two spectacular parents who raised them with the mindset that anything in this life is possible, they may just have to fight a little hard…
 
In episode 26 of the Busting the Block podcast, Daniel Howat of Next Best Picture joins Ryan and Kevin to discuss the action-adventure The Mummy (1999). They talk about the film's incredible cast, the influences this film careers, and why other movies like this just don't work. Follow our hosts on Twitter: Ryan's Twitter - @ryanmcquade77 Kevin's Tw…
 
Getting Wilosophical with Jenna Owen. Jenna Owen is a writer and comedian best known for her work as one half of comedy duo Freudian Nip. She has worked on SBS's The Feed, as well as directing and writing for The Chaser's War on 2020. YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE: WILOSOPHY with Vic Zerbst WILOSOPHY with Mark Humphries…
 
Cristina Pujol is a woman rich in wisdom and enlightening in spirit. Cristina has been blessed with the opportunity to do and try many things, but as you will soon discover, dance has always found a way to be a part of her life. Today Cristina is a Coach, Trainer, Speaker and Author, and Co-Founder of Tú y Tu Mente Coaching. With her years of exper…
 
Getting Wilosophical with Dave Woodhead. Dave Woodhead is a comedian and radio announcer, who currently hosts the Lunch shift on Triple J. Dave talks about his experience growing up in Darwin and getting into comedian in his teens, to where he is now. YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE WILOSOPHY with Linda Marigliano WILOSOPHY with Alex Dyson…
 
For Shawn Anderson, it’s not just about nor is it nearly enough to just live life to the fullest, it’s about more than that. With every mile walked Shawn Anderson sets out to make this world a little bit better. This is a conversation that truly has the impact needed to not only inspire you, but to empower you to get up and take action in your life…
 
Getting Wilosophical with Luke Heggie Luke Heggie is a stand-up comedian who was recently nominated for Best Show at the 2021 Melbourne International Comedy Festival. He speaks with Wil about his stand-up journey and balancing working another job while doing comedy. YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE: WILOSOPHY with Osher Gunsberg WILOSOPHY with Becky Lucas…
 
In episode 25 of the Busting the Block podcast, Ryan and Kevin talk about both the 2016 and 2021 versions of the Suicide Squad. They go in-depth on both, why they do and don't work, and if they have any similarities. Follow our hosts on Twitter: Ryan's Twitter - @ryanmcquade77 Kevin's Twitter - @Klee_FilmReview The Show's Twitter Page - @BustingThe…
 
Getting Wilosophical with Danielle Walker. Danielle Walker is a stand-up comedian and writer from Townsville who won the Best Newcomer award at the 2018 Melbourne International Comedy Festival. She speaks about her journey into stand up comedy and her life growing up in the country. YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE: WILOSOPHY with Nina Oyama WILOSOPHY with Tom …
 
In the blink of an eye everything changed. Robert Mudge and his friends were ready to begin their next chapter in life – starting college. But then life came to a startling halt. Following a tragic car accident Robert would be left paralyzed from the neck down and his best friend would lose his life. And just like that, the lives of not only these …
 
Getting Wilosophical with Luke McGregor Luke McGregor is a writer, comedian and actor from Australia known for his work on shows such as 'Rosehaven,' 'Luke Warm Sex' and 'Utopia.' YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE WILOSOPHY with Celia Pacquola WILOSOPHY with Charlie Pickeringעל ידי Wil Anderson
 
In episode 24 of the Busting the Block podcast, Mitchell Beaupre of Awards Radar joins Ryan and Kevin to discuss the history adventure National Treasure. They dive deep into Nicolas Cage's career, their favorite moments in the film, why Jon Jon Voight is the worst, and more. Follow our hosts on Twitter: Ryan's Twitter - @ryanmcquade77 Kevin's Twitt…
 
From surviving bone cancer while in high school to producing a documentary about $2 bills to creating an app all the way to his latest endeavor, publishing a book that pokes fun at Cancel Culture called Just a Typo this conversation is going to leave your head spinning! John Bennardo is a writer and witty conversationalist with a fascination for wo…
 
Getting Wilosophical with Mark Humphries. Mark Humphries is a comedian, writer and satirist best known for his work on The Feed and ABC's 7.30. His new book "On Politics and Stuff' is available now. YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE: WILOSOPHY with Charles Firth WILOSOPHY with Vic Zerbstעל ידי Wil Anderson
 
Are you ready to reclaim your true self? Like, really ready to shed the baggage and make a change? Lona Cook wasn’t until she couldn’t ignore change any longer. A literal gun to the chest moment in Costa Rica followed quickly by a figuratively speaking gun to the chest moment back home led Lona Cook on a path of Reclamation! Here on the podcast Dr.…
 
In episode 23 of the Busting the Block podcast, Erik Anderson of Awards Watch joins Ryan and Kevin to discuss the action spectacle Twister. They dive deep into Erik's passion for film, his love of disaster movies, Helen Hunt's career, and so much more. Follow our hosts on Twitter: Ryan's Twitter - @ryanmcquade77 Kevin's Twitter - @Klee_FilmReview E…
 
Getting Wilosophical with Vic Zerbst Vic is an Australian TV writer, actor and comedian best known for her work as one half of comedy duo Freudian Nip with her writing partner Jenna Owen. Vic has performed for SBS's The Feed as well as co-directing The Chaser's WAR ON 2020 web series, which was acclaimed for its break out sketch, 'The Contact Traci…
 
Tessa Stowe's husband of 27 years died from brain cancer in 2013. Getting through her grief was the hardest thing Tessa has ever done, and yet now she is grateful for the gifts that it gave her and she believes her purpose is now to share that gift with the world. Today, Tessa inspires and empowers others to live in high vibration through her brand…
 
In episode 22 of the Busting the Block podcast, Ryan and Kevin return from their break to talk about their Top 5 films of 2021 so far and then take listener questions. Follow our hosts on Twitter: Ryan's Twitter - @ryanmcquade77 Kevin's Twitter - @Klee_FilmReview The Show's Twitter Page - @BustingTheBlock Music for this Episode: On A Quest Listen t…
 
Getting Wilosophical with Clem Bastow. Clem Bastow is a screenwriter, autism advocate and cultural critic who has written regularly for The Saturday Paper and The Guardian. In 2018, she wrote an article for the age with the headline, "I was diagnosed as on the spectrum at 36, suddenly things made sense," and expands on this headline in her new book…
 
At some point in many of our lives we come to the realization that perhaps what we had dreamt we were meant to do, is in fact just not the case. Fortunately for Zac Hoffman, he came to this realization relatively early in life, and had the drive and determination required to switch from scoring Touchdowns on the field to scoring them off the field!…
 
Getting Wilosophical with Dara O'Briain Dara O'Briain is an Irish comedian and television presenter best known for his work on the satirical panel series, "Mock the Week." As a friend and colleague of Wil's since 1999, the two talk about comedy's changing landscape over the last two decades, as well as the effect of the pandemic on the industry. YO…
 
Lisa David Olson is a Comedic speaker with a solid message that humor saved her life. Through the stories she shares about her own life, you will begin to understand that laughter has a true meaning and purpose in each of our lives. Don’t be afraid to be a little goofy, to have some fun, even in places and situations where one wouldn’t normally thi…
 
Getting Wilosophical with Anita Heiss. Anita Heiss is an Indigenous author, poet, activist and social commentator and a member of the Wiradjuri nation of central New South Wales. Anita speaks with Wil about Australia's Indigenous heritage, and her new novel Bila Yarrudhanggalalangdhuray: River of Dreams. YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE: WILOSOPHY with Shelley …
 
Getting Wilosophical with Christian O'Connell... again! Christian O'Connell is a British radio presenter who currently presents The Christian O'Connell Breakfast Show on Gold 104.3 in Melbourne. His new book, "Nobody Listens to Your Dad's Show," talks about moving his life and family to Australia to have a shot at radio down under. YOU MIGHT ALSO L…
 
Sitting down with certified life coach and now author, Jennifer Crowley, we begin to unpack the question, How do I know when it's time to make a change? Guided by Jen's book, Ever Wish You Got Hit by a Truck? A woman's manual for bravely changing lanes at any age our conversation dove into Jen's own personal experience in discovering the answer to …
 
Getting Wilosophical with Owen Eastwood. Owen Eastwood is a writer and performance coach originally from New Zealand. His new book, "Belonging: The Ancient Code of Togetherness" talks about fostering success within groups based on Owen's experience consulting for sports teams and other team environments. YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE WILOSOPHY with Titus O'R…
 
Stuntwoman turned third generation entrepreneur, Bunny Young believes in that magic space at the intersection of life, work, and purpose. Bunny is a proud Army wife, mother of two beautiful and spunky daughters, a serial entrepreneur, business therapist, virtual speaker, and retreat facilitator. It would soon become apparent however, that this conv…
 
Getting Wilosophical with Alex Lee Alex Lee is a writer, actor, comedian and journalist who has worked on shows such as SBS's The Feed and Michelle Law's play, Single Asian Female. Her new show, Win the Week, will air on the ABC, will pair every day Australians with comedians in a news quiz format. Alex speaks about her journey as a comedian and wo…
 
Dave Shepp is the co-founder of Collective Alchemists healing center and is an intuitive life-coach, business coach, instructor, public speaker, author, and healer. He specializes in helping others find their life’s purpose and transitioning them into an aligning career. Dave’s approach to heal the physical, emotional, and spiritual sets him apart …
 
Getting Wilosophical with Damien Power. Damien Power is a stand-up comedian, actor, writer and podcast from Australia. In this long form WILOSOPHY episode, Wil & Damien chat the Australian and international comedy circuit, their approaches to comedy and Damien's approach to finding excitement in life. YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE: WILOSOPHY with Geraldine H…
 
D.C. Spaar learned a life motto that has served her well from the children’s movie, “Finding Nemo”. That being: “Just keep swimming!” After 25 years working as a hairstylist and in the hospitality industry Danielle Spaar (D.C. Spaar) found herself without a place to work during the height of the 2020 pandemic. But this mother of two very independen…
 
Getting Wilosophical with Karen O’Leary Karen O’Leary is a writer, actor, comedian and former teacher from New Zealand. She played Officer O’Leary in Taika Waititi’s 2014 film, ‘What We Do in the Shadows,’ and is now reprising the role in the spin-off series, ‘Wellington Paranormal.’ She talks about her experience as a teacher, how she thinks the e…
 
We all have a life impacted by the past, influenced by the present, and propelled by the future. The story of Blake Hill is no exception. Today, Blake Hill is the author of "WESTFALIA", a thought-provoking and insightful novel that creatively explores the past, present, and future of lead character, West. Perhaps not all that ironic, this lead char…
 
Getting Wilosophical with Akec Makur Chuot Akec Makur Chuot is an Australian rules footballer who plays for the Richmond Football Club as part of the AFLW Division. Akec tells the story of her journey - from her birth in South Sudan, spending twelve years in a refugee camp and her eventual AFLW premiership. YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE WILOSOPHY with Tony A…
 
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