Episode Guide

The following episodes are currently available online. There are currently over 25 more recorded and waiting for release on a weekly schedule, so make sure to subscribe! Click on the name on the list below to toggle a short description + a link to the episode page with background information, show notes and transcription. 

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In 2000, Harold Mintz was the first person to donate one of his kidneys to a complete stranger – after a change in legislation allowed this for the first time.

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Jessica Cox was born without arms – but that didn't keep her from becoming the first licensed pilot born without arms, from scuba diving, parachuting, writing a book and becoming a successful motivational speaker.

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20 years ago, Christian Picciolini was a Neo-Nazi White Power Skinhead who built one of the largest right-wing extremist organizations in the US and commited countless acts of violence against people of other race and color.

He made a change of mind – and is now a peace advocate who helps others to disengage from radical organizations and thoughts.

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As a child, Bas Rutten was bullied and suffered from severe asthma and a severe skin disease. His experiences led him to start training martial arts.

Years later, he became a legend in the world of Mixed Martial arts, as the former UFC Heavyweight Champion and UFC Hall of Famer. He is now a Hollywood actor, entrepreneur and sports commentator.

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Bob Arno has been called the “King of Pickpockets”. He's been a stage entertainer for more than 5 decades and is considered to be the leading pickpocket expert.

His knowledge is highly sought after by law enforcement agencies around the world.

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