Q&A with LeGrande Green 

Q: Who are your guests?

After working closely with Oprah for years, here’s one thing I never forgot: inspiration is everywhere. My guests are provocative people with inspiring ideas. It’s that blogger, that YouTube video, that author or entertainer everybody’s talking about. It’s everyday people making huge breakthroughs. It might even be you tomorrow.

Q: What’s a “wellness podcast?”

Wellness is healthy living. It’s the strategy you choose to lead a balanced life. My interests run from lifestyle trends to pop culture to last night’s “lip-sync for your life” on RuPaul’s Drag Race. (laughs) I was looking for something that spoke to the heart but was also edgy and entertaining. When I couldn’t find it on iTunes, I said, “Heck, I’m a producer. I’ll create it myself!”

Q: Why BOLD ?

If you break down the word BOLD, it might mean “bring on love divine.” Or my favorite, “blessings of life daily.” This podcast covers health and wealth in a fun way that incorporates headlines, heart topics and common sense.

Q: Why you?

Why not me? Why not you? Being bold is not about stepping out of your comfort zone but rather stepping into your best, most vibrant self. Let’s have that conversation.

Q: Why now?

There is only now. I want to profile people and topics that influence the way we live, laugh and love out loud. That’s more than a catchy slogan. It’s really my sole–and my soul–intention. There’s no reason enlightenment can’t be entertaining.

Q: Last words?

Get BOLD today! Seriously. Daily on Live365 Radio Network. ‘Nuff said. (Is this mic on?)

Welcome to BOLD

From the outspoken to the outrageous, this wellness podcast features guests, headlines and heart topics guaranteed to jump-start the way you live, laugh and love out loud. A multiple Emmy winner and former supervising producer of The Oprah Winfrey Show, LeGrande Green interviews provocative people with inspiring ideas. (Mon-Fri, 20 mins)


LeGrande Green

 LeGrande Green  is a seasoned TV veteran who has supervised several teams of producers at The Oprah Winfrey Show, The Sally Jessy Raphael Show and other nationally syndicated programs. The recipient of four Daytime Emmy Awards, he garnered praise for his work Unsolved Hate Crimes, and picked up an NAACP Image Award for Best News/Talk Documentary. He is a graduate of Princeton University and resides in Wilmington, North Carolina.



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