Film critic Michael Snyder stops by to review this week's latest movies to watch and avoid. Pacific Radio's reporter John Matthews on the recent controversies involving the NFL and their players. Documentary film director Robert Campos talks about his latest film '3 Still Standing', starring San Francisco's legendary comics Will Durst, Larry 'Bubbles' Brown and Johnny Steel. Kevin Martin, the Executive Director of Peace Action, America's largest grass roots peace movement discusses this week's vote to support President Obama's plan to provide weapons and training to Syria rebels fighting Isis. Rounding out the show is the co host of the Ralph Nader Radio Hour, Steve Skrovan, talking about the upcoming Public Citizen fundraiser 'Stand Up For Main Street' on Sunday, October 19th at the Writers Guild Theater in Beverly Hills, CA.
Pacifica Radio's John Matthews talks with David about America's Drug War. Judy Gold and Henriette Mantel on the passing of comedy legend Joan Rivers. Steve Skrovan, the co-host of The Ralph Nader Radio Hour talks his mutal admiration for Mr. Nader. Film critic Michael Snyder reviews some new movies, and Paul Goebels tells us what to watch and not to watch on television.
Comedy legend Joan Rivers is remembered with Henriette Mantel and Judy Gold.
Pacifica's John Matthews on state of atheism in the United States, Henriette Mantel talks about the the sad state of the minimum wage in this country, and our resident film critic Michael Snyder tells us what movies to watch this week, and which to avoid. Plus Larry 'Bubbles' Brown returns to chew the fat with David.
Comedian/director Jordan Brady stops by the show to talk with Laura House and Jerry Stahl about his latest documentary 'I Am Road Comic', which is both available for viewing on Hulu as well as for purchase at iamroadcomic.com. It's a fantastic film about the life a road comic, so don't miss it. Also on the show, political satirist Will Durst chats about his new one man show, Steve Skrovan talks about this weeks Ralph Nader Radio Hour, and Pacific Radio's John Matthews weighs in on the high cost of college.
On today's program, David kick's off the show with a commentary about the ongoing situation in Ferguson, Missouri. Then he's joined by comedian's Judy Gold and Henriette Mantel for a great conversation about when a joke is a joke, and when it's just bad taste. It's a lively discussion, so strap yourself in for about an hour and hang on!
On today's show, the ever so funny comedian and writer for the Conan O Brien show Laurie Kilmartin joins Laura and Jerry to talk about her experience in live tweeting her father's death, and how that helped in the process. It's not all sadness and tears, so grab a box of tissues because you'll be wiping away tears of laughter. Also on today's program, Henriette Mantel stops by to talk about her new book 'No Kidding'. Plus John Matthews gives us the latest on Ferguson, Mo., and resident film critic Michael Snyder reviews some new movies.
On today's show, David talks with his old friend and fellow San Franciscan comedian Larry 'Bubbles' Brown about the passing of Robin Williams, and how Robin touched so many peoples lives. Everything from their beginnings at the Holy City to how they really feel about San Francisco is discussed, so sit back and remember Robin Williams with them.
On today's show, David talks to resident film critic and fellow San Franciscan Michael Snyder about the films of Robin Williams. Then, an extended excerpt from this past week's The Ralph Nader Radio Hour where David and Ralph talk about the situation in Gaza. After that, Laura House and Jerry Stahl talk food and diet with nutritionist Jamie Saginor. And wrapping up the episode, a great story from Dylan Brody.
Comedian/Musician Gary Shapiro guest hosts this episode of The David Feldman Show, and on today's show Gary is joined by Comedian/Musician Henry Phillips to talk music, play music and have a rockin' champagne jam! Plus Jimmy Lee Wirt chimes in now and again during the broadcast. But first, David Feldman starts the show off with a commentary on Gaza.
Actor Gary Anthony Williams aka Uncle Ruckus of The Boondocks stops by the studio to talk with Laura House and Jerry Stahl about everything from what it's like to be a voice over actor, being a dad, and growing up in the deep South.
Bob Rubin, one of the most cerebral and hilarious comedians out there join Laura House and Jerry Stahl for a carnival house of a show. Be sure to put your drinks down while listening to this episode or you'll be doing a lot of spit takes! Also, David Feldman kicks off the show with a loose conversation with KPFK's John Matthews.
Writer/Comedian Chris McGuire joins a very silly Laura House and Jerry Stahl to talk about working on shows like the recently cancelled Arsenio Hall Show, The Burn with Jeff Ross and many others. Plus David goes over Joan Rivers horrible business practices with Melodie Shaw, field representative and organizer for The Writers Guild of America West. David also talks with his co host of the Ralph Nader Radio Hour, Steve Skrovan. And last but not least, music by Will Ryan and the Cactus County Cowboys.
Multihyphenate Mick Betancourt sits down with Laura House and Jerry Stahl to some amazing stories about his unorthodox upbring, and how he wound up becoming a writer and producer on shows like Law and Order: Special Victims Unit, and Chicago Fire. Plus, David talks with KPFK's John Matthews about the impeachment of President Obama. Also, a song by Will Ryan and the Cactus County Cowboys.
Comedian Jason Nash talks with Laura House about his new movie 'Jason Nash Is Married', plus David interviews Colonel Andrew Bacevich. Plus music by Will Ryan and the Cactus County Cowboys.
Comedian Ritch Shydner joins Laura House and Jerry Stahl for some sordid tales of sex, drugs, and more drugs. Plus, David Feldman talks with Ed Rabel, John Matthews phones in to talk about Hobby Lobby, and Michael Snyder with movie reviews. Also, David comments on the tragic death of Darren Rainey and the KKK. Music by Will Ryan and Jeremy Kramer.
Ralph Nader is our guest and says that as the situtation in Iraq deteriorates it's time to take a serious look at Bush and Cheney's culpability in all this. Down With Tyranny's Howie Klein on why President Obama wants to fund the so called, sigh, "moderates" in Syria. Also Will Ryan and The Cactus County Cowboys.
Eddie Pepitone calls in from Atlanta to talk about his upcoming Netflix comedy special. Plus Ed Rabel discusses his run for Congress, Ralph Nader on the neocons, and movie reviews from Michael Snyder. Also, a song from Will Ryan and the Cactus County Cowboys.
Chez Pazienza, firebrand journalist from The Daily Banter talks with Jerry Stahl about going from a recovering heroin addict to working at CNN, only to e fired from for blogging. We also tackled Hobby Lobby, Rick Perry and the situation in Iraq with John Matthews. Plus music from Will Ryan, Kii Arens.
Laura House and Jerry Stahl are joined by comedian Matt Kirshen who hosts the popular podcast 'Probably Science', plus a story from Dylan Brody. Also, music from Will Ryan and Dave Hill. And last but not least, David Feldman pops in with some thoughts on Bush and Obama.
David kicks off the show with a rant about the NRA, then Howie Klein joins us to talk about this week's election results. Then, Jimmy Lee Wirt and Laura House sit down to talk with musician/comedian/author/actor Dave Hill about all of the fun and interesting projects he's involved in. Plus, movie reviews with Michael Snyder, then David ends the show with more talk about the NRA with KPFK's John Matthews.
Comedian Greg Fitzsimmons catches up with David to talk about what's been going on in their lives since they last caught up about their lives, and David's love of Greg's dad. Plus an unaired listener question from the Ralph Nader Radio Hour. Also, Donald Sterling tries to convince David he's not a racist. And last but not least, a song from Will Ryan and the Cactus County Cowboys.
On todays show we talk with Bob Saget about his new book Dirty Daddy, then Henriette Mantel confirms that she's not dead by calling in. After that, Steve Skrovan, Jerry Stahl and Laura House chew the cud with David for a while. Plus a song by Will Ryan featuring Jeremy Kramer, and Michael Snyder reviews new movies.