#0468: Dennis Palumbo; Ernie Smith; & Stuart Nulman

Featuring author & psychotherapist Dennis Palumbo; Tedium‘s Ernie Smith; & Stuart Nulman with Book Banter

Dennis Palumbo, author of the Daniel Rinaldi mysteries, is also a psychotherapist.  He’s back on the show, wearing his therapist hat to talk about getting inside the head of writers, based on an article he wrote for the summer issue of Suspense Magazine (his article can be found at the link on Page 100).  His fifth novel in the Daniel Rinaldi series is out called Head Wounds.

Ernie Smith, founder of Tedium, on the history of disposable cameras.

Stuart Nulman with another edition of Book Banter. This week’s reviewed title is The Last Black Unicorn by Tiffany Haddish (Gallery Books, $35).  You can also read Stuart’s reviews in The Montreal Times.

This week’s opening slate is presented by actor Peter Keleghan. You can see him as Meyers on Murdoch Mysteries and Richard on Workin’ Moms, both on CBC. And if you find yourself in St. Catherines, Ontario this month of August check out his first stage play in decades called Renovations for Six at the Foster Festival.

 

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#0467: Dr. John Huber; Tom Winkler; & Mark Kingston Levin

Featuring clinical forensic psychologist, Dr. John Huber; animator Tom Winkler; and Mark Kingston Levin, author of 30th Century: Escape (30th Century Trilogy Book 1)

 

Clinical Forensic Psychologist, Dr. John Huber, Chairman of Mainstream Mental Health, on why more and more people are making frivolous calls to 911.

Animator Tom Winkler, creator of the online game Whack Your Boss. His latest work is called Silly Swipes: Executive Branch.  You can also find some of his work on YouTube.

Mark Kingston Levin, author of the sci-fi novel, 30th Century: Escape (30th Century Trilogy Book 1). The story involves people from the future coming back into our current time to correct a problem in history.

This week’s opening slate is presented by Carmi Levy, Director of Content Marketing for Info-Tech Research Groupresponsible for coming up with ways to better market their content to members.

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#0466: Lou Dennig; Travis Smith; & Douglas Bevans

 

Lou Dennig, TV producer & host of the podcast,  Games, Gab & Gossip: TV Before Social Media Sucked the Life Out of Broadcasting, talks about the qualities of people who host daytime TV shows.

Travis Smith author of Superhero Ethics: 10 Comic Book Heroes; 10 Ways to Save the World; Which One Do We Need Most Now? 

Douglas Bevans, the CEO of Hot Dog Water

This week’s opening slate is presented by Peter Jarrette, author of such books as the comedy murder mystery novel, Signature Walk, also his comic novel Brighton Babylon or his novella, The Swimming Costume: A Short Story

 

 

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#0465: Alex Rossi; Diane Auten; & Peter Franklin

 

IndyCar driver Alex Rossi is back on to share his experience of competing on the last edition of CBS‘ The Amazing Race.

 Diane Auten, author of The Joys of Raising Boys: The Good, the Bad, and the Hilarious, talks about dealing with how boys discuss and learn about sex.

Peter Franklin the Gabby Cabby, shares a slice of the Big Apple from his yellow mobile conveyance lounge.

This week’s opening slate is presented by Tyson Hodgson, a Montreal based video editor.

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#0464: Patrika Darbo; Dennis Palumbo; & Stuart Nulman

Featuring actress Patrika Darbo; Dennis Palumbo, author of Head Wounds; & Stuart Nulman with Book Banter

 

Character actress Patrika Darbo.

Dennis Palumbo, author of the Daniel Rinaldi mysteries, has his fifth novel in the series out called Head Wounds, which just came out as an audio book.

Stuart Nulman with another edition of Book Banter. The reviewed title is Caddyshack: The Making of a Hollywood Cinderella Story by Chris Nashawaty (Flatiron Books, $37.99).  You can also read Stuart’s reviews in The Montreal Times.

This week’s opening slate is presented by broadcaster, podcaster, radio consultant, voice specialist, and all around nice guy Matt Cundill. His company is Sound Off Media. You can check out his two podcasts.  One is The Sound Off Podcast and the other is Hot Air Podcast.

 

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#0463: Susan Shumsky; Ron Shewchuk; & Scott Baker

Susan Shumsky, author of Maharishi & Me: Seeking Enlightenment with the Beatles’ Guru talks about the Beatles movie, Yellow Submarine, now celebrating its 50th anniversary.

Barbecue guru Ron Shewchuk, author of Barbecue Secrets Deluxe!: The Very Best Recipes, Tips, and Tricks from a Barbecue Champion, talks about the best in regional open flame cooking.

Former NYPD officer, Scott Baker, star & co-executive producer of the streaming cop comedy, Midtown

This week’s opening slate is presented by Christine Milks who is a mayoralty candidate for the Autumn 2018 election in Gananoque, Ontario.

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#0462: Dr. John Huber; Dennis Hof; & Stuart Nulman

Featuring clinical forensic psychologist, Dr. John Huber; Dennis Hof, owner of The Moonlite Bunny Ranch in Nevada; & Stuart Nulman with Book Banter

Clinical Forensic Psychologist, Dr. John Huber, Chairman of Mainstream Mental Health, on a new study that ranks which States have the most and least psychopaths.

Dennis Hof, owner of the Moonlite Bunny Ranch brothel in Nevada, is back to talk about his recent win of the GOP primary in his State and moving on to the general election in November.

Stuart Nulman with another edition of Book Banter. The reviewed titles are a list of great classic books for summer reading.  They include: The Odessa File by Frederick Forsyth (Bantam Books, 1974); Shogun by James Clavell (Dell, 1976); The Stand by Stephen King (Signet, 1979).  You can also read Stuart’s reviews in The Montreal Times.

This week’s opening slate is presented by Mitchell Stein a Montreal-based Communication and Marketing student, who is currently working for The Walt Disney Company at Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida. He also launched a Disney-based entertainment website, The Mickey Mindset.

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#0461: Phil Proctor; Donald Walters; & Steve Long

Featuring Firesign Theatre co-founder Phil Proctor; U.S. Postmaster Donald Walters; & Steve Long, CEO of Phamous Pholks Furniture Art Pillows

 

Phil Proctor, co-founder of The Firesign Theatre and author of Where’s My Fortune Cookie?, talks about a new podcast based on his book, which is found at TheProctorPodcast.Podbean.com.

Donald Walters is the Postmaster for the smallest post office in the United States, located in Ochopee, Florida.

Steve Long is the CEO of the Phamous Pholks Furniture Art Pillows. He also shares the history of the pillow.

This week’s opening slate is presented by Chris Jackson, a fine musician, voice over specialists and one of the hosts of the excellent radio show The Spoon, along with Robbie Rist and Thom Bowers.

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#0460: Michael McCray; Dr. John Huber & Stuart Nulman

Featuring Michael McCray, author of, Race, Power & Politics: Memoirs of an ACORN Whistleblower; clinical forensic psychologist, Dr. John Huber; & Stuart Nulman with Book Banter

 

Michael McCray, author of Race, Power & Politics: Memoirs of an ACORN Whistleblower.

Clinical Forensic Psychologist, Dr. John Huber, Chairman of Mainstream Mental Health, on non-competitive school sports.

Stuart Nulman with another edition of Book Banter. This week’s reviewed title is Hire Me If You Can: One Man’s Quest for Meaningful Employment: or Seeing Canada Through a Giant Inflatable Colon (and other occupational oddities) by Bram David Eisenthal (Southern Owl Publications, $16).  You can also read Stuart’s reviews in The Montreal Times.

This week’s opening slate is presented by Tony Whitehall who is the Morning Announcer, who also does the Noon News and is the sports play-by-play guy on WSTJ in St. Johnsbury, Vermont.

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#0459: Steven Paul Leiva; Alan Bean; & Sam Kleiner

Steven Paul Leiva, author of the novella, Made on the Moon.

Remembering Apollo astronaut Alan Bean, the 4th man to set foot on the Moon, who recently passed away.  He was also an amazing artist who painted.  Some of his great work can be seen in his book, Apollo: an Eyewitness Account by Astronaut/Explorer Artist/Moonwalker Alan Bean.

Sam Kleiner, author of The Flying Tigers: The Untold Story of the American Pilots Who Waged a Secret War Against Japan.

This week’s opening slate is presented by Bob Welch, a freelance voice over artist who hails from Vermont.

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