Matthew Felix On Air: People Who Create. People Who Make a Difference.

Matthew Felix On Air: People Who Create. People Who Make a Difference.


Latest Episodes

39 Dandelion Chocolate's Greg D'Alesandre: Craft chocolate and the beans behind the bars
August 18, 2019

The show is on hiatus for the summer, so I’m digging into the archives for some great episodes from the recent past. On this episode, which aired in July of last year, Dandelion Chocolate’s Greg D’Alesandre tells us what it’s like to travel the world eat

38 Parlay House's Anne Devereux-Mills on Starting Over, Connecting Women, and Cascading Empowerment
August 11, 2019

The show is on hiatus for the summer, so I’m digging into the archives for some great episodes from the recent past. On today’s show, which aired in June of last year, Anne Devereux-Mills, founder of Parlay House, Executive Director of the Emmy-nominated

37 “All Over Coffee” Writer & Artist Paul Madonna on his Books, Art, and Creative Process
August 04, 2019

The show is on hiatus for the summer, so I’m digging into the archives for some great episodes from the recent past. On this episode, which aired in July of last year and is also included in my Words and Images podcast, award-winning artist and writer Pa

36 Marin Agricultural Land Trust (MALT) and protecting farms and preserving farmland
July 28, 2019

The show is on hiatus for the summer, so I’m digging into the archives for some great episodes from the recent past. On this episode, which aired in June of last year, I talk with Jamison Watts, Executive Director of the Marin Agricultural Land Trust (MAL

35 Crohn's Disease: Overcoming Chronic Autoimmune Disorders
July 21, 2019

The show is on hiatus for the summer, so I’m digging into the archives for some great episodes from the recent past. On this episode, which aired in March of last year, my friend Susan Violante shares how in her 20s she was diagnosed with Crohn’s disease,

34 Bikes, Biking, & the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition
July 15, 2019

The show is on hiatus for the summer, so I’m digging into the archives for some great episodes from the recent past. On this episode, which aired in March of last year, I talk with San Francisco Bicycle Coalition’s Communications Director, Chris Cassidy.

33 Litquake's Jane Ganahl: Books, writers, and celebrating all things literary
July 10, 2019

The show is on hiatus for the summer, so I’m digging into the archives for some great episodes from the recent past. This episode, which aired in July of last year, is the first of two episodes I did with Litquake co-founders Jane Ganahl and Jack Boulwar

32 Guide Dogs for the Blind: CEO Chris Benninger talks raising and training puppies, empowering the visually impaired, adoption, and how you can help
July 01, 2019

For this, my last live show until fall, my guest was Guide Dogs for the Blind CEO and President, Chris Benninger. We talked about GDB's mission and programs, including how puppies become guide dogs (from breeding to socializing to puppy raising to trainin

31 (Part 2) Foster Care, Adoption, & Unconditional Love: Author Rachel Howard & "The Risk of Us"
June 23, 2019

Rachel Howard’s gripping, moving debut novel, The Risk of Us, is just out, the story of a woman who longs to be a mother and the captivating yet troubled child she and her husband take in. In this second of two episodes, Rachel and I discuss the fears the

30 (Part 1) Foster Care, Adoption, & Unconditional Love: Author Rachel Howard & "The Risk of Us"
June 17, 2019

Rachel Howard’s gripping, moving debut novel, The Risk of Us, is just out, the story of a woman who longs to be a mother and the captivating yet troubled child she and her husband take in. In this first of two episodes, Rachel and I discuss how she got st