President Barack Obama Joins First Lady Michelle Obama for the Series Premiere of Her Podcast

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Earlier this month Spotify and Higher Ground productions announced a multi-series multi-year partnership. On Wed., Jul. 29 the inaugural Michelle Obama Podcast will debut with a special guest. In the series premiere episode, President Barack Obama will join Michelle Obama for an intimate conversation about community, the love that powers our relationships, and their life after the White House.

The Michelle Obama Podcast

In subsequent episodes, The Michelle Obama Podcast guests also include: Marian and Craig Robinson, Conan O’Brien, Valerie Jarrett, Michele Norris, and Dr. Sharon Malone MD. 

The Michelle Obama Podcast will focus on the relationships that shape us, from siblings and close friends, to partners, parents, and mentors, to our relationship with ourselves and our health. Joining the First Lady this season will be an array of special guests to discuss a variety of topics including:

Episode 1: Community with Barack Obama

Episode 2: Self in the time of Covid with Michele Norris

Episode 3: Women’s Health with Dr. Sharon Malone

Episode 4: Siblings with Craig Robinson

Episode 5: Girlfriends with Dr. Sharon Malone, Kelly Dibble, and Denielle Pemberton-Heard

Episode 6: Marriage with Conan O’Brien

Episode 7: Mentorship with Valerie Jarrett 

Episode 8: Mentees with Chynna Clayton, Yene Damtew, and Kristin Jones

Episode 9: Kids with Mrs. Robinson and Craig

The Michelle Obama Podcast is the first release from the ongoing partnership between Spotify and Higher Ground Productions. Like all podcasts on Spotify, it will be available for to the nearly 300 million Free and Premium users around the world.

You can subscribe to The Michelle Obama Podcast here.

—Jennifer Swartvagher

All photos courtesy of Spotify


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