#0417: Anthony Ponce; John Poveromo; & Matt Cundill

Lyft driver & podcaster, Anthony Ponce: standup comic, John Poveromo; & podcaster Matt Cundill

Anthony Ponce is a former Chicago television news anchor who quit his job to become a Lyft driver and start a riveting podcast entitled Backseat Rider.

John Poveromo is a standup comic who also has a new coffee table book out that features his politically charged cartoons.  It’s entitled Drawings From A Nobody.

Matt Cundill, radio consultant and host of the podcast, Sound Off Podcast, turns the tables on my by interviewing me about my book Great Conversations: My Interviews With Two Men On The Moon And A Galaxy Of Stars.

This week’s opening slate is presented by former broadcaster James Java Jacobs.

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#0416: Andrew Fazekas; Reid Miller; & Bob Perchetti

Science writer Andrew Fazekas; actor Reid Miller; & Bob Perchetti, owner of The Clown Motel

Science writer, Andrew Fazekas, “The Night Sky Guy” on the upcoming solar eclipse taking place on August 21st.  You can find out more information by going to Astronomers Without Borders and also National Geographic

Actor Reid Miller currently stars in Go90‘s Play By Play, a coming of age comedy.  He also stars as a high school version of Frank Underwood in the online mini series, Playhouse of Cards: The Web Series

Bob Perchetti has owned Nevada’s Clown Motel for 22-years.  The clown themed inn is now up for sale.

This week’s opening slate is presented by Paul Graif, News Director at K103 Kahnawake

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#0415: June Foray; Eric Martinez: & Ro Brooks

Remembering June Foray, the First Lady of Animation; actor & motivational speaker, Eric Martinez; & actor Ro Brooks

An interview from February 2005 with June Foray, “The First Lady of Animation,” who passed away on July 27th, just two months shy of her 100th birthday

Actor & motivational speaker, Eric Martinez, spearheads the anti-bullying campaign, I Got Your Back

Actor Ro Brooks is one of the stars of the new sci-fi TV series, Medinah

This week’s opening slate is presented by Carl Blare, owner of KDX 1670 AM, 89.5 FM & KDXradio.com

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#0414: Dr. John Huber; Carol-Ann Hamilton; & Peter Franklin

Clinical Forensic Psychologist, Dr. John Huber; Carol-Ann Hamilton, author of Coping with Un-Cope-Able Parents: Loving Action for Eldercare; & Peter Franklin, the Gabby Cabby

Clinical Forensic Psychologist, Dr. John Huber, Chairman of Mainstream Mental Health, on a study that suggests smartphones make us stupid.

Carol-Ann Hamilton, author of Coping with Un-Cope-Able Parents: Loving Action for Eldercare, on dealing with demanding parents during the holidays.

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 John Mouw, manager for media services & classroom technology & chief engineer at WLSL-LP 92.7 Dade City, FL, Saint Leo University Radio.

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#0413: Mark Miller; Jim Allen & Gary Sweeney

Comic book writer, Mark Miller, and his new series, Gravetrancers; Jim Allen, owner/operator of Allen R. Shuffleboard Company; & Gary Sweeney, owner of the website, Midnight Palace

Comic book writer, Mark Miller on his new release, Gravetrancers.

Jim Allen, owner/operator of Allen R. Shuffleboard Company on the resurgence of the game. (You can read more about the popularity of the game from this online article at The Ringer, written by Jamie Feldmar).

Gary Sweeney, a fan of classic films has website featuring the golden age of cinema called Midnight Palace.

This week’s opening slate is presented by retired horticulturalist, Don Mills.

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#0412: Larry Pederson; Chris Bird; & Stuart Nulman

Larry Pederson, founder & director of The Litebook Company; Chris Bird, author of Surviving a Mass Killer Rampage: When Seconds Count, Police Are Still Minutes Away; & Stuart Nulman with Book Banter

Larry Pederson, founder & director of The Litebook Company, was the winner of last year’s Astellas Oncology C3 Prize, for developing a light therapy device that improves the quality of life for cancer patients.

Chris Bird, author of Surviving a Mass Killer Rampage: When Seconds Count, Police Are Still Minutes Away, shares tips on how to be more self aware of your surroundings without succumbing to fear.

Stuart Nulman with another edition of Book Banter.  This week’s reviewed title is Nevertheless: A Memoir by Alec Baldwin (Harper, $35.99).  You can also read Stuart’s reviews in The Montreal Times.

This week’s opening slate is presented by, Jim Henry, owner of a Part-15 radio station, HBR Radio 1610, in Honey Brook Township, Pennsylvania, which is also a new home for The Stuph File Program.

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#0411: Anson Williams; Adam Doolittle; & Jennie Lynn

Actor Anson Williams; RVer Adam Doolittle; & zero carbon traveler, Jennie Lynn

Actor Anson Williams of Happy Days fame is on ABC‘s Battle of The Network Stars and he’s also fighting the battle of drowsy drivers with a product called Alert Drops.

RVer, Adam Doolittle, is back to share some of the highlights from his piece entitled, 30 Amazing Places in Canada.

Jennie Lynn from Travel Light shares how you can enjoy your vacation this year with zero carbon summer travel and save money too.

This week’s opening slate is presented by Julian Compton a commercial pilot for Air Canada.

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#0410: Stephen Furst; Jared Rabin & Stuart Nulman

Actor Stephen Furst; Jared Rabin, creator of Hang-O-Matic; & Stuart Nulman with Book Banter

Actor Stephen Furst, who was best known for his role of Flounder in Animal House, recently passed away at the age of 62 from complications with diabetes.  We feature part of an interview done with him from 2002. (Patreon subscribers can hear the full interview as part of their Patreon Reward Package at the Stuph File Program Patreon page).

Jared Rabin, creator of the Hang-O-Matic which easily allows you to hang your wall decor.

Stuart Nulman with another edition of Book Banter.  This week’s reviewed title is Steve McQueen: Le Mans in the Rearview Mirror by Don Nunley  (Dalton Watson Fine Books, $79).  You can also read Stuart’s reviews in The Montreal Times

This week’s opening slate is presented by, Sonja Broomfield, who does on-air graphics for Breakfast Television on CITY-TV, Montreal.

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#0409: Dee Wallace; Randy Ray; & Nathan Hirsch

Actress Dee Wallace from E.T. The Extraterrestrial; Randy Ray, co-author of As The Years Go By …: Conversations With Canada’s Folk, Pop & Rock Pioneers; & Nathan Hirsch, owner of FreeeUp

Actress Dee Wallace, who played Elliot’s Mom in the classic movie, E.T. The Extraterrestrial, shares memories of making the film as it celebrates the 35th anniversary of its release in 1982.  Plus she also discusses Buppalapaloo, a helpful toy bear she helped to create.

Randy Ray, co-author of As The Years Go By …: Conversations With Canada’s Folk, Pop & Rock Pioneers, which chronicles the early days of Canadian music.

Nathan Hirsch, owner of FreeeUp shares tips on e-commerce & e-marketing.

This week’s opening guest slate is presented by Ernie Smith, founder of Tedium.

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#0408: Joe McClean; Gerald Leonard; & Ernie Smith

Indie filmmaker Joe McClean, whose new film is The Drama Club.  He shares the plight of indie filmmakers and the difficulties they have with distributors.  It’s something he wrote about in an article for The Wrap.

Gerald Leonard, author of  Culture Is The Bass: 7 Principles For Developing A Culture That Works! on how Uber can deal with its current rash of bad PR.  (On Gerald’s site you can take the 11 common mistakes online assessment for free by clicking here).

Ernie Smith, founder of Tedium, on the history of straws.

This week’s opening guest slate is presented by Linda Hoang a Digital Strategist and Edmonton-based blogger.  She’s also the founder of the Edmonton International Cat Festival, the only event of its kind in North America.

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