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Work and Life is a radio show that explores everything related to work and the rest of life; your home and family, your community and society, and your private self (mind, body, and spirit). You’ll hear from the world’s leading experts – including researchers, CEOs, psychologists – and from everyday people in all kinds of jobs and families, with the aim of helping you become more informed and effective in creating harmony among the different parts of life.

Work and Life is a live interview and call-in show that airs Tuesdays at 7 PM, EST, hosted by Prof. Stew Friedman, Director of Wharton’s Work/Life Integration Project. We broadcast from the Wharton School on the University of Pennsylvania campus.

The mission of Business Radio Powered by The Wharton School is to educate listeners about business and management in order to maximize their personal career success and enhance the social and economic performance of the organizations in which they work. Read the press release about our launch. 

Listen to Work and Life live on Sirius XM’s Business Radio Powered by the Wharton School (Channel 111) on Tuesdays at 7 PM Eastern.  The most recent episodes can be heard On Demand.

Call 844-WHARTON/942-7866  |  Twitter @BizRadio111 #WorkAndLife


Previous Guests and Interview Excerpts

March 17

  • Dr. Edward Hallowell — Child and adult psychiatrist who specializes in ADD and ADHD and co-author of the book Driven to Distraction.
  • Katlyn Grasso — Wharton senior and founder of genHeration.

March 24

  • Eric Greitens — Founder of The Mission Continues and Author of Resilience and The Heart and the Fist.
  • Greig Schneider — US Managing Partner for Egon Zehnder.

March 31

  • Jordan BookeyWG’07 and Chief Mom and Co-Founder of Zoobean
  • Joshua Abram -- Co-founder of Neuehouse

April 14

April 28

  • Michael Kimmel — Sociologist specializing in gender studies, especially men and masculinity and author of Angry White MenGuyland and Manhood.
  • Jason Harris — President and CEO, Mekanism.

May 5

  • Dorie Clark — Author of Stand Out and Reinventing You. 
  • Michael Thompson — Psychologist and author, Raising Cain: Protecting the Emotional Life of Boys.

May 12

  • Fred Kiel — Psychologist and author, Return on Character.
  • David Gelles — Author, Mindful Work.

May 19

  • Josh Levs — Broadcast journalist and author, All In: How Our Work-First Culture Fails Dads, Families, and businesses — And How We Can Fix It Together.
  • Wharton MBAsAnita Hossain and Minlan Duan.