#0661: Gilbert Gottfried; John Thibault; & Stuart Nulman

The Stuph File Program

Featuring comedian Gilbert Gottfried; John Thibault, author of How to Change a Law: A Do it Yourself Guide for the Average Person; & Stuart Nulman with Book Banter



We remember comedian Gilbert Gottfried, who recently passed away.  We share an interview from 1994 when he performed in Montreal at Just For Laughs.

John Thibault, author of How to Change a Law: A Do it Yourself Guide for the Average Person talks about old, antiquated laws that are on the books and how the general public can do their part to change them.

Stuart Nulman with another edition of Book Banter. This week’s reviewed title is The Betrayal of Anne Frank: A Cold Case Investigation by Rosemary Sullivan (HarperCollins, $34.99). You can also read Stuart’s reviews in The Montreal Times. 
(In honour of Holocaust Remembrance Day titles also mentioned were The Book Of Dirt by Bram Presser & Left To The Mercy Of A Rude Stream by Stan Goldman. You can hear interviews via Audea with Bram Presser and Stan Goldman under the heading of A Punk Rocker Searches For His Grandparents’ Holocaust Roots & Narrowly Avoiding Death During The Holocaust.

Now you can listen to selected items from The Stuph File Program on the new audio service, Audea. A great way to keep up with many of the interviews from the show and take a trip down memory lane to when this show began back in 2009, with over 650 selections to choose from!

This week’s guest slate is presented by Aalia Adam, the anchor/host of Global News Weekend at Global Toronto.


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