Tuesday, September 25, 2007

The John Miller Program with Candy Churilla Sunday 9/30/07

Our first guest is Kato Kaelin, the most famous houseguest of all time. Kaelin stayed in OJ Simpson’s (the football player) guest house and likes McDonald’s hamburgers. He enjoys unparalleled success as an actor, often playing himself.

Next up we have Grace White, producer of Women Who Kick Comedy Butt, an all-female stand-up comedy show, with a revolving lineup, featuring very different comics with very different acts. In the second hour, we’ll talk with Bay Area comics Mike Spiegelman (SF Sketchfest, the Mike & Ian Show), and Paco Romane (the Romane Event).

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Monday, September 17, 2007

The John Miller Program with Candy Churilla, Sunday September 23

Our first guest this week is Scott Rubin, the Editor-in-Chief of National Lampoon, the most recognized brand in humor. Rubin's tenure began in 1999, when he created the award-winning National Lampoon Dotcom as an outlet for the NatLamp's cutting edge comic sensibility. The site's content was entered into the Smithsonian Institute for best exemplifying American satire in the weeks following the 9-11 attacks, and has been awarded "Best of the Web" from the Los Angeles Times, Forbes, USA Today, CNN and The Wall Street Journal. The site is ranked as one of the most popular entertainment Internet destinations, with a monthly audience that exceeds 800,000 readers.

Rubin also writes and produces television shows for National Lampoon Networks (NLN), a college cable channel seen by nearly 5 million college students. He executive produces the #1 rated Master Debaters, an irreverent, innovative debating show featuring celebrities, local personalities, and real college debaters.

In the second hour, we’ll chat with Bay Area comics Brendan Lynch and Kellen Erskine.

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Kato Kaelin.....Thats right.....Kato Kaelin from OJ fame

Tuesday, September 11, 2007

The John Miller Program with Candy Churilla 9/16

The unfairly handsome, wealthy, insured Ben Feldman (Ben Feldman’s Laugh Orgy) fills in for me this week while I’m out gallivanting.

Our first guest is Will Franken. Franken’s humor is rooted in the British sketch comedy tradition. Onstage, he portrays an eclectic mix of characters through a series of interconnected vignettes. His skits are often satirical, skewering a range of subcultures and political views.

In 2005 the SF Weekly selected Franken Best Comedian; the San Francisco Bay Guardian calls him the Best Alternative to Psychedelic Drugs; and Tribe.net named him one of the Top 25 People to Watch nationwide.

In the second hour, John and Ben will chat with Bay Area comics Drennon Davis (the Peeper & Giney Show)and Arthur Gaus.

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Wednesday, September 5, 2007

The John Miller Program with Candy Churilla, Sunday September 9

Our first guest is Bryan Kellen, whose feverish mix of storytelling, observational humor, and physical comedy produces one of the most universally captivating shows in entertainment today. He has become the regular theater tour opener for George Lopez, who noticed Bryan’s reliable abilities and similar style of turning uncomfortable life experiences into hilarious performances.

The National Comedy Hall of Fame named Bryan as “America’s Best Up-and-Coming Comedian.” He has since reappeared at the Las Vegas Comedy Festival, as well as on NBC and Comedy Central while becoming a favorite headliner at America’s top comedy clubs.


Our next guest is Howard Stone. From the very moment this long-haired, middle aged, self proclaimed Rasta Jew enters the stage, hooting and hollering, you know you're in for a special treat. As a single Dad with a gruff exterior but a heart of pure gold, Stone spouts alternative family values with edge and irony. He proudly extols the importance of ether as a viable tool for child rearing while launching effortlessly into tirades about pop culture, commercialism and the absurdities of life.

Howard has appeared in countless movies and television shows throughout the 80's and 90's and is the host of his own talk show in the Bay Area. Visit www.howardstone.com

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