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Something More with Chris Boyd Show Podcasts

Cape Cod's Financial Talk Show airing Saturdays at 3pm on WXTK 95.1 FM. We call the program "Something More" so that we can talk about not only those important dollar and cents issues, but also the quality of life issues that make the money matters matter.  Not only do we speak about investment and planning concerns, but we often invite guests for interview. 

Feb 26, 2020

Jeff Perry, Special Sheriff for Barnstable County, welcomes Taylor White, Sandwich Town Clerk. Taylor manages running elections, administering censuses, registering licenses, and vital record record keeping for the Town.  He has preserved 75% of vital records that date back to 1640. Jeff and Taylor also discuss the 2020...


Feb 24, 2020

Jeff Perry, Special Sheriff for Barnstable County, welcomes Representative Will Crocker. Will, Representative in 2nd Barnstable District, discusses his work on Nero’s Bill. Nero’s Bill proposes that EMTs and paramedics trained in veterinary protocol be allowed to stabilize, treat, and transport dogs like Nero. Nero...


Feb 20, 2020

Chris welcomes Adam Howard, Visual Effects Supervisor, who shares stories from his work in television and films. Adam started working in television on the Simpsons and Will & Grace. His first feature film in the US was Sandlot. He also worked on Star Trek, Pirates of Caribbean, Mission Impossible, and Star Wars. He did...


Feb 18, 2020

Brian talks about private equity funds and fractional share investing. Private equity investments are potentially high return investments, but carry extra risk since they lock money up for typically 7 years, need to be an accredited investor, and come with high fees. Investment firms are competing by selling...


Feb 10, 2020

Chris and Cathi are joined by Josh Flanders (General Manager) and Jacobi Reid (Head Brewer) from Bad Martha’s Brewery. Last year they opened a Falmouth location, expanding from their Edgartown location that opened in 2014. A 15-barrel system allows 10 batches of beer to brew consecutively; taking 2-4 weeks to brew a...