#0527: Ruta Lee & Rahsaan Patterson

Featuring Hollywood legend Ruta Lee; & soul singer Rahsaan Patterson

Hollywood legend Ruta Lee shares stories of her illustrious career as she currently putting the finishing touches on her memoir which will be called Consider Your Ass Kissed.

Soul singer Rahsaan Patterson, whose new album is Heroes And Gods. He’s a former child star who was one of the cast members of the hit television series, Kids Incorporated

This week’s opening slate is presented by Jamie Gilcig who is a filmmaker and also the Editor & Publisher of the Cornwall Free News.

Click below to order directly from Amazon.com

Part of the success of this show depends on the generosity of its listeners worldwide.

If you enjoy the program please feel free to make a donation in any amount, no matter how small, in any denomination of $1, $5, $10$20 or more.  Just click on the donate button to the left.

It will be greatly appreciated.

#0526: Saul Austerlitz; Byron Browne: & Chloe Perrin

Featuring Saul Austerlitz, author of Generation Friends: An Inside Look at the Show That Defined a Television Era; Byron Browne, the Anti-Lawyer Lawyer; & 11-year-old actress Chloe Perrin

Saul Austerlitz is the author of Generation Friends: An Inside Look at the Show That Defined a Television Era, which looks back at the hit NBC show that was launched 25 years ago. (Patreon subscribers can listen to a Patreon Reward Extra featuring bonus interview content with Saul Austerlitz, talking about such issues as the show’s lack of diversity and how it handled gay characters).

Byron Browne, the Anti-Lawyer Lawyer, talks about some of the wacky laws in the US.

11-year-old actress Chloe Perrin, who has two horror films coming out, Mary, where she plays the title character and Itsy Bitsy

This week’s opening slate is presented by Patrick Pidgeon, the Director of Photography at CTV/Bell Media. He presently works on shows such as Etalk, The Marilyn Denis Show, and The Social.

Click below to order directly from Amazon.com

Part of the success of this show depends on the generosity of its listeners worldwide.

If you enjoy the program please feel free to make a donation in any amount, no matter how small, in any denomination of $1, $5, $10$20 or more.  Just click on the donate button to the left.

It will be greatly appreciated.

#0525: Steven Taibbi; Angela Crocker; & Colin McIntosh

Steven Taibbi, who has had several heart surgeries, starting at birth, and has lived through two heart transplants, is the author of Grateful Guilt: Living in the Shadow of My Heart.

Angela Crocker, author of Digital Legacy Plan: A guide to the personal and practical elements of your digital life before you die, discusses your post life digital footprint.

Colin McIntosh is the founder of a sustainable bed linen company, whose products are made from eucalyptus, called Sheets & Giggles.

Broadcaster & actor Doug Price with Doug Price On Life.

This week’s opening slate is presented by Montreal actor, Bruce Dinsmore. He will soon be seen on stage starring in Billy Bishop Goes To War at the Hudson Village Theatre from October 24th to November 3rd, and on the small screen he’ll be playing the President of the United States in a new French comedy on Radio Canada called La Maison Bleue.

 

Click below to order directly from Amazon.com

Part of the success of this show depends on the generosity of its listeners worldwide.

If you enjoy the program please feel free to make a donation in any amount, no matter how small, in any denomination of $1, $5, $10$20 or more.  Just click on the donate button to the left.

It will be greatly appreciated.

#0524: Dr. David Fajgenbaum; Pete Geiger; & Connie West

Dr. David Fajgenbaum, author of Chasing My Cure: A Doctor’s Race to Turn Hope into Action; A Memoir, had Castleman Disease, a rare incurable disease that he worked hard on to find a cure. Not only is it rare for someone to survive once. He relapsed four times.

Pete Geiger, publisher & editor of The Canadian Farmers’ Almanac.

Connie West who owns Little A’Le’Inn, a motel near Nevada’s Area 51. They’re expecting perhaps up to 30,000 people later this month looking for aliens. If you’re one of those alien hunters, you can find out more about accommodations by going to AlienStockParking.com.

Broadcaster & actor Doug Price with a back-to-school edition of Doug Price On Life.

This week’s opening slate is presented by Michael Rudder. One of the stalwarts of Montreal’s acting community, known all across stage and screen and in the studios as a voice in video games and cartoons and narrations, last seen in Montreal on the Segal Centre stage playing the villain in Duddy Kravitz: The Musical.

 

Click below to order directly from Amazon.com

Part of the success of this show depends on the generosity of its listeners worldwide.

If you enjoy the program please feel free to make a donation in any amount, no matter how small, in any denomination of $1, $5, $10$20 or more.  Just click on the donate button to the left.

It will be greatly appreciated.

#0523: Rocky Lang; Dr. John Huber; & Rachel Monroe

Rocky Lang, co-author of Letters from Hollywood: Inside the Private World of Classic American Moviemaking.

Clinical Forensic Psychologist, Dr John Huber, is back to discuss a very modern issue. That is, cell phone addiction.

Rachel Monroe, author of Savage Appetites: Four True Stories of Women, Crime, and Obsession

This week’s opening slate is presented by Ben O’Hara-Byrne, anchor/producer at CHEK News in Victoria, British Columbia.

 

Click below to order directly from Amazon.com

Part of the success of this show depends on the generosity of its listeners worldwide.

If you enjoy the program please feel free to make a donation in any amount, no matter how small, in any denomination of $1, $5, $10$20 or more.  Just click on the donate button to the left.

It will be greatly appreciated.

#0522: Philip Mudd & Cadwell Turnbull

Featuring CNN Counterterrorism Analyst, Philip Mudd, author of Black Site: The CIA in the Post-9/11 World; & science fiction writer, Cadwell Turner, author of The Lesson

Philip Mudd, former deputy director of the CIA’s Counterterrorist Center and FBI’s National Security Branch. He’s also a CNN analyst and the author of Black Site: The CIA in the Post-9/11 World.

Science fiction writer Cadwell Turnbull, whose first book is called The Lesson, which deals with a race of super advanced killer aliens on a research mission in the US Virgin Islands. 

This week’s opening slate is presented by podcaster Robbie Robertson, host of Out Of The Blank, which I was recently a guest on.

 

Click below to order directly from Amazon.com

Part of the success of this show depends on the generosity of its listeners worldwide.

If you enjoy the program please feel free to make a donation in any amount, no matter how small, in any denomination of $1, $5, $10$20 or more.  Just click on the donate button to the left.

It will be greatly appreciated.

#0521: Ivor Davis & Mike St. Lawrence

Legendary journalist, Ivor Davis, author of Manson Exposed: A Reporter’s 50-Year Journey into Madness and Murder, who on that day back in 1969, was at the Tate LA Bianca murder scene before noon, surrounded by the Los Angeles and foreign press. He followed the case intently and interviewed Manson Family members, and ex-members, gathering an intricate picture of the cult and its charismatic leader, Charles Manson.

Mike St. Lawrence is the man to go to if you’re looking to buy Alien Abduction Insurance

This week’s opening slate is presented by Jeff Vidler, a former broadcaster who is now the president of Audience Insights, Inc, a media research consulting company.

Click below to order directly from Amazon.com

Part of the success of this show depends on the generosity of its listeners worldwide.

If you enjoy the program please feel free to make a donation in any amount, no matter how small, in any denomination of $1, $5, $10$20 or more.  Just click on the donate button to the left.

It will be greatly appreciated.

#0520: Ian Weldon; Steven Paul Leiva & Stuart Nulman

Featuring photographer Ian Weldon, author of I Am Not A Wedding Photographer; Steven Paul Leiva, author of Journey to Where; & Stuart Nulman with Book Banter

Ian Weldon, a photographer who offers a different way of shooting weddings, is the author of I Am Not A Wedding Photographer.

Stephen Paul Leiva, author of Journey to Where, which is a contemporary scientific romance. 

Stuart Nulman with another edition of Book Banter. This week’s reviewed title is Lake of the Ozarks: My Surreal Summers in a Vanishing America by Bill Geist (Grand Central Publishing, $34).  You can also read Stuart’s reviews in The Montreal Times.

This week’s opening slate is presented by Norman Woo, an old friend from my Dawson College days.

 

Click below to order directly from Amazon.com

Part of the success of this show depends on the generosity of its listeners worldwide.

If you enjoy the program please feel free to make a donation in any amount, no matter how small, in any denomination of $1, $5, $10$20 or more.  Just click on the donate button to the left.

It will be greatly appreciated.

#0519: Andrew Allemann; Paul JJ Payack; & Marywinn Lent

Featuring Andrew Allemann, founder of PodcastGuests.com; Paul JJ Payack from Global Language Monitor; & Marywinn Lent on home schooling

Andrew Allemann from PodcastGuests.com on companies marketing themselves with a podcast and what they need to know to do it.

Paul JJ Payack from the Global Language Monitor is back to talk about the trending words for 2019. 

Marywinn Lent on home schooling. It doesn’t have to be a daunting path for the parent.

This week’s opening slate is presented by voice over specialist Rob Wreford. He is the international voice for Doritos and he does tons of radio imaging right across the globe! You can also visit him on Facebook 

 

Click below to order directly from Amazon.com

Part of the success of this show depends on the generosity of its listeners worldwide.

If you enjoy the program please feel free to make a donation in any amount, no matter how small, in any denomination of $1, $5, $10$20 or more.  Just click on the donate button to the left.

It will be greatly appreciated.

#0518: Gabrielle Stone; Joe Nicchi; & Stuart Nulman

Featuring actress/director Gabrielle Stone, author of Eat, Pray, FML; Joe Nicchi, co-owner of CVT Soft Serve; & Stuart Nulman with Book Banter

Actress/Director, Gabrielle Stone, has a new book out called Eat, Pray, FML, which shares a story ripped from the headlines of her life.

Joe Nikki, who owns two ice cream trucks in L.A. He doesn’t take too kindly to “influencers” trying to get stuff from him for free. That’s why he put up a sign saying they had to pay double.

Stuart Nulman with another edition of Book Banter. This week’s reviewed title is Funny Man: Mel Brooks by Patrick McGilligan (Harper, $50).   You can also read Stuart’s reviews in The Montreal Times.

This week’s opening slate is presented by Virgil Alleyne, my nephew-in-law.

 

Click below to order directly from Amazon.com

Part of the success of this show depends on the generosity of its listeners worldwide.

If you enjoy the program please feel free to make a donation in any amount, no matter how small, in any denomination of $1, $5, $10$20 or more.  Just click on the donate button to the left.

It will be greatly appreciated.