#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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#0455: Robbie Rist; Ernie Smith; & Stuart Nulman

Featuring actor/musician Robbie Rist; Tedium‘s Ernie Smith; & Stuart Nulman with Book Banter

 

Actor/musician Robbie Rist, a very busy man who is also one of the hosts of the great podcast The Spoon

Ernie Smith, founder of Tedium, on the history of e-readers 

Stuart Nulman with another edition of Book Banter. This week’s reviewed title is My Days: Happy and Otherwise by Marion Ross (Kensington Books, $28.95).  You can also read Stuart’s reviews in The Montreal Times

This week’s opening slate is presented by Carl Theriault, Media & Public Relations for Montreal’s Jewish General Hospital. He’s also the French language host for the hospital’s Your Health podcast, which will begin starting May 10th

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#0454: Robin Burk; Bob Dorigo Jones; & Tessa Polder

 

Dr. Robin Burk, managing director of Analytic Decisions2, and author of Check Your Connections: How to Thrive in an Uncertain Worldon Facebook’s personal data issue.

Bob Dorigo Jones, host of Let’s Be Fair, talks about unnecessary license laws.

Tessa Polder, who runs a bamboo straw company called Suck On That.

This week’s opening slate is presented by Thom Bowers, voice artist, musician & podcaster. You can hear him as one of the participants each week on The Spoon and he also is the producer and host of Superenthusiast Radio.

 

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#0453: Sally Kohn; Pete Trabucco; & Stuart Nulman

Political commentator Sally Kohn, the author of The Opposite of Hate: A Field Guide to Repairing Our Humanity.

Theme park expert, Pete Trabucco, author of A Personal Guide to the Best Thrill Rides and Amusement/Water Parks.

Stuart Nulman with another edition of Book Banter. This week’s reviewed title is Lightfoot by Nicholas Jennings (Viking, $36).  You can also read Stuart’s reviews in The Montreal Times.

This week’s opening slate is presented by Ramon Stoppelenberg, an entrepreneur living in Cambodia. He owns a small art house movie theatre and also runs Foodoo, a $5 dinner box delivery service in Phnom Penh. Originally from the Netherlands, he’s also busy writing his first fiction novel about the crazy-ex pat bubble he lives in.

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#0452: David Michaels; Marty Krofft; & Sherman Augustus

Featuring David Michaels, Executive Producer & Senior Vice President of The Daytime Emmy Awards; Marty Krofft of Sid & Marty Krofft Productions; and actor Sherman Augustus from Into The Badlands

 

David Michaels, the Executive Producer & Senior Vice President of The Daytime Emmy Awards. The 45th edition takes place on April 27th and April 29th.

Marty Krofft, one half of the iconic television duo that created Sid & Marty Krofft Productions, on their long career that’s still going strong and their upcoming Lifetime Achievement Award.

Actor Sherman Augustus, who plays Nathaniel Moon on the AMC series Into The Badlands

This week’s opening slate is presented by Sharman Yarnell, host & interviewer for the entertainment show Curtains Up.

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#0450: Peter Mark Richman & Judy Norton

Featuring actor Peter Mark Richman, author of I Saw A Molten White Light; & actress Judy Norton from The Waltons

 

Actor Peter Mark Richman, who spent a career in television playing villains from the 60’s well into the 21st Century.

Actress Judy Norton, best known for her role as Mary Ellen on The Waltons, talks about her new film that she wrote, produced and starred in called Inclusion Criteria.

This week’s opening slate is presented by Gerry Bradley, Operations Manager at Cosentino Surface. They produce and distribute high value innovative surfaces for the world of design and architecture.

 

 

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#0449: Cheryl Costa & Marion Ross

 

Cheryl Costa, author of UFO Sightings Desk Reference: United States of America 2001-2015.

Actress Marion Ross, best known as Mrs. C on Happy Days. She’s written her memoir called My Days: Happy and Otherwise.

This week’s opening slate is presented by Tom Sito, an animator, and a professor of animation at University of Southern California. He’s also the author of several books on animation history including Moving Innovation: A History of Computer Animation.

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#0447: Dr. ArLyne Diamond; Ruth King; & Stuart Nulman

Dr. ArLyne Diamond, author of Conducting Workplace Investigations: Designated Investigator, talks about those who are falsely accused of misconduct in the workplace.

Ruth King, author of The Ugly Truth About Cash: 50 Ways Employees & Vendors Can Steal From You … And What You Can Do About It, discusses the various types of workplace theft.

Stuart Nulman with another edition of Book Banter. This week’s reviewed title is Sticky Fingers: The Life and Times of Jann Wenner and Rolling Stone Magazine by Joe Hagan (Knopf Canada, $37.95). You can also read Stuart’s reviews in The Montreal Times.

This week’s opening slate is presented by Tom Gliserman who is a visual storyteller and editorial director who has done everything from Fortune 500 communications to feature films. 

 

 

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#0446: Robert J. Sawyer; Frank Kermit; & Caroline Cory

Featuring science fiction writer, Robert J. Sawyer; relationship coach, Frank Kermit; & documentary filmmaker, Caroline Cory

Science Fiction writer Robert J. Sawyer.  He was already a Member of the Order of Canada, but he just added Member of The Order of Ontario.  This most prolific writer is currently penning his 24th novel. You can find his previous books at amazon, plus you can find many other bargains on his Patreon page.

Relationship coach Frank Kermit on dating someone who has been single for a long time. Apparently there is a shelf life for serial singles as many might shun them as a potential mate.

Caroline Cory, producer & host of the documentary film E.T. Contact: They Are Here.

This week’s opening slate is presented by Stuart Nulman, our featured reviewer on Book Banter and also the reviewer for The Montreal Times.

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#0445: Mary Fleming; Dr. John Huber; & Stuart Nulman

Featuring Mary Fleming, manager of Molly’s Irish Grille and Sports Bar; clinical forensic psychologist, Dr. John Huber; & Stuart Nulman with Book Banter

Mary Fleming, manager of Molly’s Irish Grill & Sports Pub in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. They created a drink that resembles a Tide Pod, which went viral, but Facebook keeps taking their posts down.

Clinical Forensic Psychologist, Dr. John Huber, Chairman of Mainstream Mental Health, on the idea some schools have of not allowing students to have best friends.

Stuart Nulman with another edition of Book Banter. This week’s reviewed title is Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House by Michael Wolff (Henry Holt, $39).  You can also read Stuart’s reviews in The Montreal Times.

This week’s opening slate is presented by PR specialist Ryan McCormack, co-founder of Goldman McCormick PR

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