In The Meditation Summit: Volume I, Sounds True publisher and founder Tami Simon speaks with 10 leading meditation teachers about their personal understanding of this practice - each with a complete guided meditation. Practitioners of all levels will benefit from the abundance of insight and guidance provided by these diverse voices.
In Waking Up, Volume 1, Sounds True publisher and founder Tami Simon speaks with seven teachers about their personal understandings of spiritual awakening - how it takes place, what changes (and what doesn't), and how their experiences can inspire and inform our own realizations.
Two-time New York City police commissioner Ray Kelly opens up about his remarkable life, taking us inside 50 years of law enforcement leadership, offering chilling stories of terrorist plots after 9/11 and sharing his candid insights into the challenges and controversies cops face today.
"it's no secret"
Retired football player Ray Houghton talks about his time in the game with Danny Kelly. The midfielder played for the Republic of Ireland and is known for scoring one of the most important goals in the teams history - 1-0 against England in 1988. He is now a well-recognized sports commentator and tells us all in his interview.
Tonight on the program, a political update with guest host Andrew Ross Sorkin of the New York Times; Brian Stelter, host of CNN’s Reliable Sources; and Ben Shapiro, editor-in-chief of the Daily Wire.
We continue with Ray Kelly, discussing his book “Vigilance: My Life Serving America and Protecting Its Empire City."
We conclude with Steve Schwarzman, C.E.O. of Blackstone and founder of the international Schwarzman Scholarship, along with three inaugural scholars.
Sugar Ray Leonard speaks to Danny Kelly in the studio. The retired American boxer, motivational speaker, and occasional actor was the first boxer to earn more than $100 million in purses, won world titles in five weight divisions, and was named boxer of the decade in the 1980s.
Rodney Marsh speaks to Danny Kelly in the studio. The retired English footballer and coach started playing on the West Ham United Youth team before he made his professional debut for Fulham in 1963. Rodney then went on to earn nine caps for England.
Tonight on the program, an update on Sunday's mass shooting at an Orlando night club. Charlie is joined by Ray Kelly, former NYPD commissioner; Frank Bruni of The New York Times; Matt Olsen, former director of the National Counterterrorism Center; Eric Lichtblau of The New York Times; and Josh Elliot of CBS News.