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New episode featuring Steve Martin and Martin Short premieres tomorrow on Facebook Watch!

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New Episodes Every Tuesday on Facebook Watch

Snackable entertainment, That Moment When is a short form (8 minutes) weekly lifestyle narrative hosted by Steve Goldbloom (creator, PBS’ Brief But Spectacular).  That Moment When offers revealing insights into the critical moments that alter the course of a person’s career or shapes who they become. Guests range from Gloria SteinemBryan Stevenson (Just Mercy), and Margaret Atwood (The Handmaid’s Tale), to Steve Martin and Martin Short. Every Tuesday brings a new dose of happiness, inspiration, and wisdom to make your week. Whether your interests lie in entertainment, food, sports, books, or movies, there’s an episode for everyone.


Click HERE to ‘Like’ THAT MOMENT WHEN on Facebook 

Upcoming episodes:
Steve Martin & Martin Short – April 16th
Gloria Steinem– April 23rd
Kelly Korrigan – April 30th
Patton Oswalt – May 7th
*Advance interview links available for consideration


Click here & below to watch some recent episodes:

Margaret Atwood (Author, The Handmaid’s Tale)
“Why The Handmaid’s Tale has political appeal right now”
Bryan Stevenson (Founder, Equal Justice Initiative) 
“We’re all more than the worst thing we’ve ever done”
Sarah Lewis (Author, The Rise: Creativity, the Gift of Failure, and the Search for Mastery)
“Shifting our narrative of what’s possible”
David Heinemeier Hansson (Programmer, Author)
“We should be able to get work done at work”
Robin Arzon (Ultramarathon runner)
“Reinvention through Running”
Roy Choi (Chef, Kogi)
                  “The moment when cooking ‘became my addiction’”
Esther Perel (Psychotherapist)
                  “How her parents’ survival shaped her understanding of life and relationships”
Justine Bateman (Actress)
                  “How fame can hijack reality”
Max Boot  (Author, Council on Foreign Relations Fellow) 
“Why Max Boot left the political right”

Creator and interviewer Steve Goldbloom is also the force behind the wildly successful Brief But Spectacular, a weekly segment on PBS NewsHour that invites the viewer to walk in someone else’s shoes. Currently in its fifth season, the series features Goldbloom’s interviews with more than 250 people and has earned over 300 million views. Guests range from the well-known (Ta-Nehisi Coates, Alec Baldwin) to the lesser known but maybe even more popular guests, including 91-year-old former teacher Flossie Lewis, who did a segment on growing old that generated more than 7 million views that led to a flood of social media posts and outreach to Lewis.