Atheism, Anglicans and Organized Religion. After an eight hour recording session David throws open the mic as Activist Jane Edith Wilson, Steve Rosenfield and Troy Conrad groggily try to discuss the finer points of The Reformation and stay awake. An episode that’s all over the place but not in your face.
Paul Provenza, Kevin Rooney, Eddie Pepitone, Ed Crasnik, Frank Conniff, Ben Zelevansky and Melissa Villasenor. Written by Frank Conniff, Ben Zelevansky, Karen Simmons, Eddie Pepitone, Ed Crasnik, Kevin Rooney and David Weiss. “John Wayne Versus Gacy,” “Orson Has Bean,” “Word About Words,” “Eddie’s Soundcheck,” And “The Debt Collector.” Roundtable discussion with Provenza, Melissa Villasenor and Ed Crasnik. Mixed and engineered by Alex Steen. Executive Producer Troy Conrad.
Carlos Alazraqui, Laura Kightlinger, Rick Overton, Eddie Pepitone, Frank Conniff, Kevin Rooney, Mark Thompson and Melissa Villasenor. Written by Karen Simmmons, Eddie Pepitone, Steve Rosenfield, Frank Conniff, Kevin Rooney and David Weiss. “A Man Named Muntz,” “The Morning Show,” “Free Speech Forum,” “Divine Intervention,” “Eddie’s Sound Check,” “Art Speaks,” and “Baby Talk.”
Mystery Science Theater’s Frank Conniff, Comedian Actress Writer Laura Kightlinger, Emmy Award Winning Writer Kevin Rooney, The Long Shot’s Eddie Pepitone, from the movie The Rapture Carole Rafael Davis and Chris Pina. Steve Rosenfield, Kevin Rooney, Frank Conniff, David Weiss, and Laura Kightlinger wrote today’s show. We are mixed and engineered by Alex Steen. Our executive producer is Troy Conrad.
I.M.F. Head Wants Head, Arnold’s Love Child, Navy Seal Cam Tapes, Gluckman’s, Word About Words. With Judy Gold, Eddie Pepitone, Frank Conniff, Brody Stevens, Melissa Villasenor, Kevin Rooney And Steve Rosenfield. Written by Kevin Rooney, Frank Conniff, Karen Simmons, Judy Gold, Eddie Pepitone and Steve Rosenfield. Executive Producer Troy Conrad. Mix and Engineered by Alex Steen.
Documentarian Jeffrey Sherman’s “The Boys” features Walt Disney, Dick Van Dyke, Julie Andrews, Haley Mills, Roy Disney, Louis Prima, Pixar’s John Lassiter, Ben Stiller, John Landes to name just a few. The movie chronicles life growing up with a father and uncle who wrote all the great music from your favorite Disney movies. What’s it like to grow up in true Hollywood Royalty? To be a child on the set of “Mary Poppins” and have Walt Disney ask you for advice? To be first in line at the brand new rides at Disneyland? Today’s special guest is comedy writer and producer Jeffrey Sherman whose documentary “The Boys, The Sherman Brothers” is currently streaming right now on Netflix.“The Boys” is a riveting documentary about Robert B. Sherman and Richard M. Sherman — aka The Sherman Brothers — the Academy Award and Grammy-winning songwriters whose music you’ll recognize from Mary Poppins to The Lion King to Charlotte’s Web. We talked with him at the KPFK studios with Frank Conniff, Eddie Peppitone and Kevin Rooney.