The Drift and Hum Podcast

Let’s create a new narrative for more meaningful conversations. Reflection, poetry, music – the Drift and Hum Podcast has a little bit of everything. Take some time, friends…


Episode 5 – Second Chances Wildlife Center: In this episode, Robert shares the experiences of his recent bucket-list-worthy trip to the Yukon Territory with his daughter, Emilee. He also interviews Brigette Brouillard, Founder and Executive Director of Second Chances Wildlife Center in Louisville, a grassroots and nonprofit organization that provides rehabilitation and safe release to Kentucky’s mammals.

Episode 4 – Surviving Tragedy: Does that which does not kill us really make us stronger? In this episode, Robert explores the residual impacts of tragedy and adversity. He interviews LaDonna Alfano who shares her powerful story of personal tragedy and perseverance – which interestingly involves the TV show, Unsolved Mysteries.

Episode 3 – The Importance of Narrative: How does the power of story and personal narrative impact our lives? Robert interviews Dr. Mary June Wright who shares her Ph.D. thesis, “My Mother, My Teacher,”  a narrative inquiry into the relationship of mother as teacher.

Episode 2 – Change the World: Life is like a kite ride – is the journey more important than the destination? What does it mean to change the world and make it a better place?

Episode 1: Stories, poetry, music – the Drift and Hum Podcast has a little bit of everything. In this first episode, Robert interviews Susie Latchford of Healing with Horses.