#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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#0407: John Rogers; Chris Nihmey; & Lloyd Kahn

TV Writer/producer John Rogers; Chris Nihmey, author of Two Sides To The Story; Lloyd Kahn, author of Small Homes: The Right Size

TV writer/producer, John Rogers, talks about TV showrunners and explains exactly what the job involves.

Chris Nihmey is a mental health advocate, illness survivor, author and teacher who was diagnosed with Bipolar Disorder in 2001.  He’s written a memoir called Two Sides To The Story.

Lloyd Kahn is the author of Small Homes: The Right Size, a book where 65 builders share their knowledge of building and design.

This week’s opening guest slate is presented by 6-year-old Jaxson Miles from Arizona.  He’s the son of Dan Miles, host of Every Friday with Dan & Olivia and also The Friends of Dan Podcast.

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#0406: Gabrielle Stone, Tristan Donovan; & Stuart Nulman

Actress Gabrielle Stone makes her directorial debut in the short film, It Happened Again Last Night, which she also stars in

Tristan Donovan, author of It’s All a Game: The History of Board Games from Monopoly to Settlers of Catan

Stuart Nulman with another edition of Book Banter.  This week’s reviewed title is Letterman: The Last Giant of Late Night by Terry Zinoman  (Harper, $35.99).  You can also read Stuart’s reviews in The Montreal Times

This week’s opening guest slate is presented by Will Sterrett President & CEO of Rockcastle Media Networks; providing programming to radio stations across the USA and Canada.

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#0405: Kathy Coleman; Mike Dover; & Dan Miles

Kathy Coleman, author of Run, Holly, Run!: A Memoir by Holly from 1970s TV Classic “Land of the Lost”; Mike Dover, author of Dante’s Infinite Monkeys: Technology Meets The Seven Deadly Sins; & Dan Miles, host of Every Friday With Dan & Olivia & Friends Of Dan Music Podcast

Former child star, Kathy Coleman, who played Holly Marshall on the hit show Land Of The Lost, shares the roller coaster experience of being a child star in her book Run, Holly, Run!: A Memoir by Holly from 1970s TV Classic “Land of the Lost.”

Mike Dover, author of Dante’s Infinite Monkeys: Technology Meets The Seven Deadly Sins, a look at the dark side of today’s technology.

Musician & podcaster, Dan Miles, the mind behind two shows, Every Friday With Dan & Olivia and also Friends Of Dan Music Podcast.

This week’s opening guest slate is presented by voice talent & broadcaster Kim Handysides.

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#0404: Alexander Finbow; Garth Sundem & Stuart Nulman

Alexander Finbow, co-author of When Big Bears Invade, a book that features the Godzilla styled destruction of Canadian cities.

Garth Sundem, author of Real Kids, Real Stories, Real Change: Courageous Actions Around the World & Real Kids, Real Stories, Real Character: Choices That Matter Around the World.

Stuart Nulman with another edition of Book Banter.  This week’s reviewed title is Rock Solid: My Life in Baseball’s Fast Lane by Tim Raines  (HarperCollins, $32.99).  You can also read Stuart’s reviews in The Montreal Times

This week’s opening guest slate is presented by Michael Stewart.

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#403: Ryan McCormick; Stuart Nulman; & Nancy 3 Hoffman

PR specialist Ryan McCormick; Stuart Nulman on the BBYO March of the Living; & Nancy 3 Hoffman‘s Umbrella Cover Museum

Reputation Management Specialist, Ryan McCormick, co-founder of Goldman McCormick PR on how to rehabilitate the image of United Airlines.

Stuart Nulman recounts the emotional trip, the BBYO March of the Living, that took him to Poland and Israel, including a visit to several Holocaust concentration camps.

Nancy 3 Hoffman, founder of the Umbrella Cover Museum in Maine.

This week’s opening guest slate is presented by 9-year-old Zachary Miles from Arizona.  He’s the son of Dan Miles, host of Every Friday with Dan & Olivia and also The Friends of Dan Podcast.

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#0402: Karin Roest; John Huber; & Ernie Smith

Former celebrity talent agent, Karin Roest; Clinical Forensic Psychologist, Dr. John Huber; & Tedium‘s Ernie Smith

Former celebrity talent agent, Karin Roest, shares her plan on how you can become “purposely famous.”

Clinical Forensic Psychologist, Dr. John Huber, Chairman of Mainstream Mental Health, on the connection between social media and depression.

Ernie Smith, founder of Tedium, on the history of lickable adhesive stamps.

This week’s opening guest slate is presented by actress, singer/songwriter Olivia d’Abo.  She’s also the co-host of the weekly podcast, Every Friday with Dan & Olivia.

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#0401: Andrew Fazekas; Jack Newton; & Frank Kermit

Science writer, Andrew Fazekas, Jack Newton, co-founder of the Arizona Sky Village community; & relationship coach, Frank Kermit

Science writer, Andrew Fazekas, “The Night Sky Guy” on the latest news concerning the possibility of life exiting on one of the moons of Jupiter and one of the moons of Saturn.

Jack Newton, co-founder of Arizona Sky Village.  A community that cherishes star gazing where there are no lights at night and most of the houses have individual observatories.  (You can find out more about this community from a recent article in the UK’s The Guardian).

Relationship coach, Frank Kermit, on people who have been deemed “undateable.”

This week’s opening slate is presented by listener Thomas Hoehne.

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