Category Archives: Steve Brodner

Who Selected What Song?

“What’s your favorite love song?” We asked our all-star line-up of guests. As predicted, their answers were diverse and original. And, when it came to explaining their choices, they all had well-considered explanations. The big surprises came in who selected what song. Here is the list of the favorite love songs selected by our guests:

  1. Carol King – (You Make Me Feel Like A) Natural Woman
  2. The Beatles – In My Life
  3. George Burns – Red Rose Rag
  4. Dayna Kurtz – Venezuela
  5. Taj Mahal – Further On Down The Road
  6. Bryan Ferry – Don’t Worry Baby
  7. Plastilina Mosh – Naranjada
  8. Alkaline Trio – Radio
  9. Tom Waites – Pictures In A Frame
  10. Heads Hands & Feet – A Song For Susie

See if you can match the correct guest with their love song selection. Here is the list of our guests:

  1. Wreckless Eric
  2. Ronny Elliott
  3. Steve Brodner
  4. Terry Morgan
  5. Leaone
  6. Tim Orchard
  7. Adam Morris
  8. Amy Rigby
  9. Brendon Hock
  10. Mark Haskell-Smith

Have fun. Don’t forget you can hear this edition of Life Elsewhere via the affiliates listed below and the Podcast is available at NPR One and iTunes

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Show #259

 

The Life Elsewhere Predictions Show

A Caricature For President was the title of our 16th of August, 2015 edition of Life Elsewhere. We were being smart-alecks, ironic perhaps. Our intent was to focus in on how crazy things had become in the world of politics and in turn, how talented caricaturists and political commentators like Steve Brodner were having a field day. Looking back now, we had no idea then just how loony-tunes our world as we knew it would become. Two and half years on and we face a new year. Perhaps we should add, with trepidation? Does the past determine the future? If that premise is correct, we are certainly in for a strange and unprecedented year ahead. How strange? How unprecedented? Even the most reliable crystal-ball wizard may have a hard time getting this one right. So, we have assembled a panel of our favorite contributors to Life Elsewhere from the past twelve months to offer their crack predictions. Environmental journalist, Robert Hunziker eagerly jumped at the task, with the caveat that he has one prediction he cannot reveal immediately, but will in good time. We pressured him on your behalf, but he only teased that we will soon learn what he means. Meanwhile, author and book critic, David Ulin has an alternate view on predictions which he articulates with gusto. Lucia Graves, the astute journalist with The Guardian, has intriguing ideas, including which movie will win an Oscar. While film and media critic Bob Ross has a disparaging view on award shows but offers up his predictions with a generous nod and a wink to his area of expertise. Washington Post, art and architecture critic, Philip Kennicott cannily takes us to alternate prediction domain. Articulate and engaging Rant News Deputy Managing Editor, Remy Carreiro wastes no time getting her ideas across. And, we had to call upon Steve Brodner to hear what the man who famously said about Trump, “He has a tiny mouth and it’s kind of vertical, I’m sorry Norman, it’s kind of vaginal.” As expected, Brodner does not hold back. Make sure you do not miss the Life Elsewhere Predictions Show.

Life Elsewhere is available at NPR One & iTunes

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If you miss any editions of Life Elsewhere, go here then go to the Listen On-Demand panel, choose the date of a show and click play.

Life Elsewhere Music airs:
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Show #254

Chatting with Bob & Steve: The Oscars, Sympathy For The Loneliest President & Upsetting Martha Stewart

Two regular contributors to Life Elsewhere join Norman B to chat about everything from the extraordinary mess-up at the Oscars to pissing off Martha Stewart. Noted film and media critic, Bob Ross weighs in with his take on the relevance of the Oscars and asks, “Do movies cause social ills?” Esteemed political caricaturist and social commentator, Steve Brodner wonders if Mr. Trump could possibly be the loneliest man to hold the office of President. pat-windpipe-windy-teamplayerWhile Brodner has crafted many satirical cartoons of Mr. Trump, to date he has not received an early morning tirade from the President, but he does recall hearing from an angry Martha Stewart at a time she was under a cloud of legal scrutiny. All this plus new music from the unlikely named, Pat Windpipe & Windy Teamplayer

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The Annual Life Elsewhere Holiday Gift Show

        

        

       

        

         

     

The Annual Life Elsewhere Holiday Gift Show features an all-star line-up of some of our favorite guests from the last 12 months with, author, Mark Haskell Smith, singer-songwriter, Nancy Kells, crime thriller writer, Peter James, social and political commentator, Dr. Binoy Kampmark, film & media critic, Bob Ross, singer-songwriter Azusena, caricaturist and social commentator, Steve Brodner, author Stephen O’Connor, and emerging musical artists, Samana. We asked our guests to select two books and one non-book gift. Their choices are wonderfully varied, decidedly creative and perfect for anyone’s gift list. Their book selections are shown above, try and see if you match the books with the guests.

Life Elsewhere airs:
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Mondays 5.00pm PT & Wednesdays 2.00pm PT at NWCZ Radio
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Who Chose A Small Herd Of Alpacas?

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Yes, it’s the Annual Life Elsewhere Holiday Gift Show! With an all-star line-up of some of our favorite guests from the last 12 months with, author, Mark Haskell Smith, singer-songwriter, Nancy Kells, crime thriller writer, Peter James, social and political commentator, Dr. Binoy Kampmark, film & media critic, Bob Ross, singer-songwriter Azusena, caricaturist and social commentator, Steve Brodner, author Stephen O’Connor, and emerging musical artists, Samana. This year, we asked our guests to select two books and one non-book as gifts…just wait until you hear their choices! One guest offered the unpredictable suggestion of a “small herd of alpacas”! Can you guess who? Find out in the Annual Life Elsewhere Holiday Gift Show. Air times and the Podcast link are directly below.

Life Elsewhere airs:
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Mondays 5.00pm PT & Wednesdays 2.00pm PT at NWCZ Radio
Thursdays 6.00pm ET at Internet Radio Network

Life Elsewhere Music airs:
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Fridays at 10.00am Eastern Time on Internet Radio Network
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