Robin Roberts' Everybody's Got Something
Andy Andrews: 7/19/17
We've always been told, "Don't sweat the small stuff," but bestselling author Andy Andrews turns that common belief on its head in his new book, "The Little Things." Andrews, who has spoken at the request of four different U.S. presidents, explains how one tiny thing can help create powerful and extraordinary results.
Patti LaBelle: 7/12/17
Two-time Grammy Award-winning recording artist Patti LaBelle has a career spanning more than 50 years in entertainment. At 73 years young, the "Godmother of Soul" has written a dessert cookbook, released concert dates and is getting ready to unveil a third season of her cooking show.
Wanda 'Mama' Durant: 7/5/17
After Warriors star Kevin Durant helped his team clinch the NBA title, his mother Wanda Durant celebrated alongside the team in what truly was a lifelong dream come true. Durant, a single mother, said she did her best to stay engaged as a parent and demand the best from her two sons.
Grammy Award-winning gospel singer Mandisa is back in the spotlight and better than ever following a battle with depression. She discusses her new uplifting album and and how she can be a voice of encouragement and truth to people facing life's challenges all over the world.
Gabourey Sidibe: 6/21/17
Season 2 kicks off with Oscar-nominated actress Gabourey Sidibe, who gets candid about her path to superstardom, dealing with anxiety, and her journey to body positivity.
Dan Harris & Amy Robach: 10/17/16
It's not always easy to share your "something,' whatever that may be. But try doing it on TV before an audience of millions! Just like Robin Roberts, Amy Robach and Dan Harris both went public with very personal struggles. Amy discovered she had breast cancer after taking a mammogram on "GMA" to encourage early detection. Dan had a panic attack on air, the result of heightened anxiety kicked in by drugs he was taking to self-medicate.
Tony Robbins/Wounded Warriors: 10/10/16
How do you find your inner strength? In this special episode, Tony Robbins -- the man considered the ultimate motivator -- opens up to Robin Roberts about what motivated him to become arguably the most famous life coach: a horrifically abusive childhood. Then Robin takes the podcast out of the studio to meet two members of the U.S. Military who exemplify the courage it takes to be the best you can be.
Tig Notaro: 10/3/16
Nothing's funny about cancer, until you hear standup comic Tig Notaro talk about her own experience with breast cancer. But it's not all laughs, and the serious truths she tells are incredibly life-affirming. In this episode, she and Robin Roberts uncover how much they have in common while discovering that their greatest challenges have given each of them unexpected strength and love.
Magic and Cookie Johnson: 9/29/16
How do you keep love alive when everything seems to be conspiring against it? It took a long time for NBA superstar Magic Johnson, and his wife Cookie, to commit to their love. And just when they did, Magic shocked the world, announcing he had contracted HIV. But until now, nobody knew what Cookie had to endure.
India Arie: 9/19/16
When Grammy-Award winning, singer-songwriter India Arie lost all self-confidence, she had to disappear from public for four years. In this episode she takes us inside that journey of self-questioning, talking openly to Robin Roberts about the serious breakdown that lead to a breakthrough, allowing her to discover her authentic self.
50,000 callers try to reach Delilah's radio show each night, desperate to share their problems. In this moving and frank episode, Delilah reveals to Robin Roberts why she takes heavy doses of her own advice, having wrestled with her fair share of ghosts and demons.
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