We talk to travel expert Simon Leslie about inspiring his isolated teams, the future of flying and hotels and why good Vegas buffets and cruise ships will survive.
We talk to Andy Weir, brand manager for Aberlour. We talk about the future of drinking in bars, teaching Mel Gibson a Scottish accent and making the most of life’s opportunities.
Motor legend Mike Brewer tells us about sending messages of condolence to Coronavirus victims, social media trolling and buying his first electric car. While drinking Balvenie and worrying about being judged for the amount of...
We talk to travel storyteller Rachel Rudwall about contracting and surviving Coronavirus, what she misses about life on the road and the future of travel.
We talk to Cyrina Fiallo about appearing in Super Bowl ads, cheering people up with quarantine music and hula-hooping.
We talk to non-whisky drinker and Hollywood writer Noah Evslin. He tells us whether Coronavirus would have made a believable story, how Grey's Anatomy would have treated this pandemic and how writing rooms may change in the f...
We talk to Jennifer Wren (while socially distancing) about the drinks industry in a time of shut bars, finding humor in quarantine and the importance of drinking whisky virtually.
We talk to Beverly Hills lawyer Jeff B Cohen about writing books, how puberty ruined his child acting career and, of course, being Chunk from the Goonies.
We talk to Goldstar CEO Jim McCarthy about why people should go to live events, selling bagels and coming of age with whisky.
We talk to US rugby legend Dan Lyle about the LA Sevens, playing in England and commentating for NBC on the Rugby World Cup. He also pays tribute to Kobe Bryant.
We talk to two guests this week, publicist to the stars Daniel Bee and publisher of the world's most read magazine Michael Keating. We cover doing PR for Hugh Hefner, Burns Suppers and growing up in a showbiz family.
We speak to veteran actor Julian Stone about Baywatch, General Hospital and doing voices for Star Wars, Call of Duty and so much more. All while drinking some Dingle Whiskey.
We talk to the founders of Scottish restaurant and lifestyle brand Mac and Wild about eating better meat, being proud to be Scottish and drinking whisky in the dark. All this, while drinking Highland Park and Dalmore.
This week we talk to Business Traveller Editor Tom Otley about crying babies in business class, reviewing the world's airlines and hotels and staying healthy when on the road. All while drinking Glenlivet.
We talk to TV writer Robert Hewitt Wolfe about Star Trek, Sherlock Holmes and making it in Hollywood over a bottle of Wolfburn.
We talk to Laduma CEO Ben Smith about immersive technology, where Sean Connery hides his whisky and arguing with Jose Mourinho.
Panto King Kris Lythgoe explains how British pantomime is spreading across America, working with Ariana Grande and life in an entertainment family.
Red 12, part of the British Red Arrows - the RAF's aerobatics display team, joins us to talk about flying across North America, inspiring the next generation of pilots and driving a camper van around Scottish distilleries.
Glenfiddich Ambassador Lorne Cousin talks about playing bagpipes for Arnie, touring with Madonna and hosting whisky tastings for a living. We're also the first people in America to drunk Glenfiddich Grand Cru.
Multiple Emmy winner Mo Fallon tells us about working with Anthony Bourdain, why he loves Glasgow and why ceramics wasn't the career for him.
Emmy-winning TV star, best-selling author, failed footballer and successful weatherman Ross King MBE joins us. He talks meeting the Queen (twice), his whisky story and how proud he is to be Scottish.
Chris and Dan sit down with the amazing Jennifer Wren and talk about her life as a whisky ambassador. We cover pronouncing whisky names, sexism in the industry and drink Glenfiddich Fire and Cane out of red plastic cups.
Legendary dance judge, TV Mogul and supporter of all things British, Nigel Lythgoe OBE joins Chris and Dan on the show. They talk dance, promoting Britain and the story of American Idol while enjoying Johnnie Walker Black wit...
Episode 1 and former Scotland rugby captain Chris Cusiter, the co-host, gets interviewed. And talks about rugby, whisky, losing his 'virginity' and why he wanted to co-host a podcast.