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The Jordan Rich Show

The Jordan Rich Show

A smorgasbord of guests and topics ranging from the arts, history, and health to pop culture, sports and issues of the heart and soul.
  • Wednesday, July 6th
  • The Jordan Rich Show Finale

    And here is the final hour of the show.  It's been fun!
  • The Jordan Rich Show Finale Hour 2

    I wrapped up 20 great years doing late nights at WBZ.  It was wonderful hearing from so many friends and colleagues!
  • The Jordan Rich Show Finale

    Enjoy my final late night show.  Here is hour 1.
  • Tuesday, May 24th
  • Radhanath Swami

    Meet Radhanath Swami, Bhakti Yogi practitioner, spiritual guide, author and activist.
  • Monday, May 2nd
  • Composer performer Matt York

    Meet local singer/songwriter Matt York as he debuts his new CD "Boston, Texas"
  • Sunday, May 1st
  • Andrea Cohen of House-Works, helping seniors

    House-Works is a full service agency that assists senior citizens in so many helpful and caring ways.
  • Saturday, April 23rd
  • Pschologist Justine Hardy discusses suicide and its implications

    Justine and I talk about the alarming rise in suicides among young people and offer hope that they can often be prevented.
  • Sunday, April 17th
  • Actress Geena Davis

    Geena Davis from Wareham, Massachusetts promotes her upcoming film festival highlighting women in film and diversity.  We also talk about many of her memorable movie roles.
  • Gerald Moore, author of "Life Story: The Education of an American Journalist"

    Gerlad Moore talks about the impact of Life magazine and photojournalism before the digital age.
  • Wednesday, April 13th
  • Kerri Leblang returns with more on dealing with bullying and harassment.

    Kerri updates us on her crusade to address school bullying.  She's the author of a well received children's book "How One Word Will Change your World."
  • Belinda Carlisle at the Cabot Theatre in Beverly

    A chat with the beautiful Belinda who soared to stardom with the Go-Gos and has had a terrific solo career!
  • Monday, March 28th
  • "Beethoven in Love," a new novel by Howard Jay smith

    The author takes us on a journey to Beethoven's life and times.  It's a deep and caring examination of the man behind the music!
  • Novelist Elizabeth Marro, author of "Casualties"

    Elizabeth's first novel is a gripping, moving tale about a mother's love for her son who served his country and her search for answers and peace.
  • Famed columnist Rona Barrett

    Rona Barrett is one of the greatest Hollywood columnists of all time.  Now, she is devoted to helping senior citizens find affordable housing.
  • Sunday, March 13th
  • John and Maura Egan of Mad River Distillery

    What began as a hobby has turned into a thriving business, top flight craft spirits produced in the heart of Vermont.
  • Friday, March 11th
  • Dr. Roberto Canessa, author of "I Had to Survive"

    How a plane crash in the Andes inspired Dr. Roberto Canessa's calling to save lives
  • Wednesday, March 2nd
  • Harry Castleman, "Watching TV"

    Now in its third edition, don't miss Harry Castleman's "Watching TV." Everything you thought you knew and much more!
  • Saturday, February 27th
  • Executive Chef Stefan Jarausch, The Top of the Hub

    Meet Stefan Jarausch the executive chef at one of Boston's most iconic restaurants high above the city skyline, The Top of the Hub!
  • Friday, February 26th
  • Soul Pilgrims, A Dynamic Duo

    Fine music and a conversation about the biz with two creative and talented singer songwriters Greg Cherone and Don Schultze.  Be sure to check out Soul Pilgrims on Facebook!
  • Nick Russo and the Hot Jazz Jumpers

    Nick Russo leads a group of incredibly talented musicians with unique takes on classic jazz and American standard tunes.  Nick on guitar, banjor and more is worth checking out!
  • Tuesday, February 16th
  • Lee Hope, author of "Horsefever"

    "Horsefever" is the story of two couples who become lost in a tangle of ambition and passion in the sensual world of horse eventing.
  • Career Advice from Employtrax

    We learn about the hidden job market and innovative ways to boost your career with help from
  • Paraclete Press presents the beauty of Gregorian Chant

    Dr. James Jordan and Sr. Chris Helfrich discuss the history, meaning and beauty of Gregorian Chants, particularly as they pertain to the Season of Lent. 
  • Monday, February 8th
  • Cynthia Levinson, author of new book on Hillary Clinton

    "Hillary Clinton: Do All the Good You Can" is a look at the candidate's early life and career as well her years in office and running for president.
  • Tuesday, February 2nd
  • The Brass Sisters, Baking up a Storm!

    Marilyn and Sheila love to bake and share their knowledge with the world in their new book, "Baking with the Brass Sisters."
  • Tuesday, January 26th
  • Song Stylist Laura Perlman

    Life and music is indeed precious to Laura Perlman.  Hear her inspiring story and her salute to the great American Song Book!    
  • Roy Harris, author of "Pulitzer's Gold"

    Pulitzer's Gold is the first book to trace the century-long history of the coveted Pulitzer Prize for Public Service.
  • Wednesday, January 20th
  • Addie Swartz, CEO of Reachire

    Addie and the team at Reachire offer solutions for exceptional women to transition back to work after a voluntary career break.
  • Portrait artist Yoshi Mizutani

    Yoshi, based in Boston,  is one of the great masters of portrait art.   He brings his subjects to life!
  • Thursday, January 14th
  • Singer Songwriter Christa Gniadek

    Christa is a wonderfully talented singer/songwriter from the Boston area who is making her mark on the music scene.
  • Monday, January 11th
  • Mocktails, a tasty new product that makes sense

    It's a delicious new non-alcoholic drink with fresh natural ingredients has people smiling.
  • Wednesday, January 6th
  • Jazz Banjo Player Cynthia Sayer

    Award-winning instrumentalist, vocalist and bandleader Cynthia Sayer defies all the banjo player assumptions as she single-handedly re-popularizes the 4-string banjo in jazz. Sayer is celebrated as one of the top 4-string jazz banjoists in the world today: soulful, edgy, both contemporary and classic, with a playing style that is all her own.
  • Tuesday, December 22nd, 2015
  • Linda Rossetti, author of "Women and Transition"

    Linda Rossetti taps into what really makes the difference for folks when they  make the decision to change their lives.
  • Boston Radio Good Guy Joe Martelle

    Joe joins me to talk about the radio business and his wonderful memories of working in Boston.
  • Tuesday, December 8th, 2015
  • Singer with his Sinatra Tribute Philippe Harari

    It's the Chairman of the Board's 100th birthday and singer Philippe Harari wows audiences world over with a tribute to Sinatra!
  • "Let There be Water," by Seth Siegel

    A water crisis is coming.  What can the world do to avoid it?  Seth Siegel has the answers.
  • Monday, November 23rd, 2015
  • Murder and Mayhem in Boston

    Historian Christopher Daley with tales of murder and macabre in Boston's past.
  • Laura Herring, author of "No Fear Allowed"

    A Story of Guts, Perseverance and Making an Impact
  • Tuesday, November 10th, 2015
  • Television Pioneer Norman Lear

    Mr. Lear discusses his love of writing and producing which lead to such iconic series as "All in the Family"
  • Monday, November 9th, 2015
  • Robert Weber and Carol Orsborn, "The Spirituality of Age."

    The authors present compassionate guide for transforming aging into spiritual growth.
  • Actress Brooke Shields

    Brooke joins Jordan in discussing her late mom, the effect of stardom and growing up Hollywood.
  • Wednesday, October 28th, 2015
  • Lindsay Tia, Fashion Designer on a Mission

    For 24 year-old Entreprenette Lindsay Tia Reilly, her creations are more than just a bag – they’re an experience. Lindsay’s merchandise is influenced by the experiences that have inspired her, made her brave, and sparked a desire to empower others. Now her dream is to fashionably pay it forward by motivating others to inspire, encourage bravery, and empower each other!
  • Monday, October 26th, 2015
  • Scott Tharler, the Gadget Concierge

    Scott Tharler is the Gadget Concierge. He joined me to talk about the latest high tech innovations that make our lives a whole lot easier and more fun!
  • Kerri Leblang, author of "How One Word will Change Your World"

    Addressing such topics as self esteem, self confidence, positive self talk, and compassion, “How One Word Will Change your World” was written specifically to touch the heart of the child reader, and ignite a upshift in perspective and healthy self concept.
  • Best selling novelist and real life spy Frederic Forsyth

    The writer of "Day of the Jackal" discusses his fascinating memoir "The Outsider: My Life in Intrigue"
  • Vocalist Deborah Latz

    Introducing Deborah Latz with her silky and beautiful interpretation of the Great American Song Book.
  • Saturday, October 24th, 2015
  • Denny Laine of Wings and The Moody Blues

    Acclaimed musician Denny Laine is best known for his time in Wings with Paul and Linda McCartney, as well as The Moody Blues.
  • Wednesday, October 14th, 2015
  • John Dowd, Jr. and Davio Restaurant's Steve DiFillippo

    John Dowd, Jr discusses the upcoming Future-U conference and Steve DiFillippo is celebrating the 30th anniversary of a Boston institution Davio's Restaurant.
  • The Dedication of the Martin Richard Statue

    Hear the story of the Martin Richard Statue, dedicated recently at Bridgewater State University. Singer Linda Chorney connected with portrait artist David Wells Roth and sculptor Victoria Guerina to present a statue honoring the life and inspiring lessons of 8-year-old Martin Richard, victim of the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing.
  • Thursday, October 8th, 2015
  • Local Poet Tony Antin

    Tony Antin is a successful poet in his 90's with a terrific way with words and a great attitude about life. Check out his book of poetry called "Love in Old Age."
  • Thursday, October 1st, 2015
  • Hollywood Star Ruta Lee

    Certainly one of Hollywood's most glamorous ladies, Ruta Lee is also one of its most multifaceted and top-notched civic contributors.
  • Vallie Szymanski, Exec. Director and Co-Founder of OCSA

    The Ovarian Cancer Symptom Awareness Organization (OCSA) works to expand public awareness of the symptoms of ovarian cancer in an effort to contribute to the early detection of this deadly disease, and by doing so, save lives.
  • The Psychology of Black Boys and Adolescents

    It has been said that the most dangerous place for a child to grow up in America is at the intersection of poverty and race. That danger is especially prevalent for young black men, who are five times more likely to be incarcerated than black girls. Understanding the struggles these young men face is key to finding solutions.
  • Friday, September 18th, 2015
  • WBZ News Report Don Batting in the Hall of Fame

    Don Batting, one of WBZ's long time street reporters and journalists is welcomed to the Mass Broadcaster Hall of Fame!
  • Legendary WBZ personality Dick Summer

    Hear from longtime broadcaster Dick Summer who spent many years entertaining us late nights on WBZ. He has gone on to a spectacular career in radio, as a pilot, hypnotherapist and author!
  • Murray Forbes of the Navigator Foundation

    Murray Forbes offers up a history of two great men, both named Sullivan, who played a major role in the fight for Independence in a young America, both of whom had local ties.
  • Attorney Alan Fanger

    A look at the major legal stories of the day including the New England Patriots Deflate-Gate controversy and the story of the Kentucky clerk who opted to go to jail rather than issue licenses to gay wedding couples.
  • Wednesday, September 16th, 2015
  • Jazz Musician Les Haber With Music For A Great Cause/

    Les Haber from Florida raising money for Alzheimer Disease research. Visit for more information.
  • Singing sensation Jackie Evancho

    Talented teenage singer who made her national debut on "America's Got Talent."
  • Monday, August 3rd, 2015
  • Nadia Liu Spellman, owner of "Dumpling Daughter"

    Great Chinese Cuisine now in Weston, Mass!

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