#0697: The Year-end “Best Of The Stuph File Program” Show

The Stuph File Program

Featuring some of the great guests of 2022 in this “Best-Of” year ender Stuph File Program

Les Ansley, the creator of Indlovu Gin in South Africa, makes his gin by filtering the botanical mix from the dung of elephants.  (Patreon Stuph File Program fans, there is a Patreon Reward Extra where you can hear more of our conversation with Les). First heard on Stuph File Program #0655. Also heard on Audea under the title Les Ansley – Elephant Dung Gin).

Žilvinas Kulvinskis, co-founder of Chazz Chips, who offer a potato chip that has a very distinctive flavour of the nether regions of the female anatomy. (First heard on Stuph File Program #0684. Also heard on Audea under the title Žilvinas Kulvinskis – Pus*y Flavor Chips).

Amanda Booth, founder of Trinkets By Amanda, makes jewelry that has elements not normally found in jewelry, such as breast milk and semen. (First heard on Stuph File Program #0691. Also heard on Audea under the title Amanda Booth – Jizzy Jewellery).

Thordur O. Thordarson is the manager of The Icelandic Phallological Museum, probably the only museum in the world to contain a collection of phallic specimens belonging to all the various types of mammal found in a single country. (First heard on Stuph File Program #0668. Also heard on Audea under the title Thordur O. Thordarson – The Icelandic Phallological Museum).

We remember legendary director and film historian, Peter Bogdanovich, who recently died on January 6th at the age of 82, with a conversation from 1997. At the time we talked a bit about his career but also a lot on the amazing book he wrote about directors called Who the Devil Made It: Conversations With Legendary Film Directors, which showed Peter’s love of the history of filmmaking. (First heard on Stuph File Program #0647. Also heard on Audea under the title Remembering Peter Bogdanovich).

We remember actress Sally Kellerman, the original Hot Lips Houlihan, from the film MASH, who died in February at the age of 84. (First heard on Stuph File Program #0655. Also heard on Audea under the title Remembering Sally Kellerman).

We remember comedian Gilbert Gottfried, who passed away in April.  We share an interview from 1994 when he performed in Montreal at Just For Laughs. (First heard on Stuph File Program #0661. Also heard on Audea under the title Remembering Gilbert Gottfried).

We remember legendary songwriter, Lamont Dozier, part of the number one writing team of all time, Motown’s Holland Dozier Holland.  He died in August at the age of 81. We feature part of an interview with him from 2004, when he was promoting his album, Reflections.
(Patreon Stuph File Program fans, there is a Patreon Reward Extra featuring the full hour long visit with Lamont, including featuring three songs from his album). (First heard on Stuph File Program #0678. Also heard on Audea under the title Remembering Lamont Dozier).

We remember Bob McGrath from Sesame Street, who died in December at the age of 90 with part of a conversation from 2004. He was one of the first four humans on the classic children’s program. (First heard on Stuph File Program #0695. Also heard on Audea under the title Remembering Bob McGrath).

Journalist, broadcaster and author, Alan Hustak, talks about the Monarchy, it’s future in Canada and his connection to King Charles III. (Alan is also the author of Titanic, The Canadian Story Centennial Edition). (First heard on Stuph File Program #0683. Also heard on Audea under the title Alan Hustak – Canada, The Monarchy & The Commonwealth).

TV producer/writer Nick Santora on how TV writers and novelists pick character names and how they get them cleared. Nick is also the author of a couple of favourite books of mine. Slip & Fall and the excellent page turner Fifteen Digits. (First heard on Stuph File Program #0686. Also heard on YouTube under the title Nick Santora – Character Name Clearance.

This week’s guest slate is presented by Matthew Knight, the Station Manager at KZZH-LP 96.7, in Humboldt County in Eureka, California.

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