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Episode No. 9: Josh Chetwynd, author/journalist/ball historian

Josh Chetwynd has done a lot of things with his young life: ballplayer, baseball announcer, lawyer, book author, and journalist. That second-to-last category is much of the focus of this interview, as we speak predominantly about his “balls book” (also known as The Secret History Of Balls ), which details everything you could possibly imagine about the baseball, basketball, football (and Aussie Rules football), golf ball, beach ball and other objects we grew up loving. Plus: at the very end of the interview, Chetwynd (who has written for Variety, among other publications) talks about why TV on a channel like AMC is much better than network television. All in all, a fascinating discussion whether you’re into sports, publishing, or — OK, we’ll say it — life in general.

You wanna see Josh doing the whole “baseball road trip” thing? We’ve got you covered.

As always, you can subscribe to this podcast at this link.

Episode No. 10 — wow, we’re 10! — should drop early next week. The guest will relate to the theme park industry.

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This is a blog and podcast series about the work we all do: the highs, the lows, the effectiveness, the intrigue, the models, the double speak, and the passion. The point is to have discussions with people in those fields about their life and experiences. And hey, sometimes the stories might be funny, too. In the spring of 2013, the new posts started to fade, but you can find them all on iTunes.

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