The Stuph File Program
Featuring some of the great guests of 2016 in this “Best-Of” year ender Stuph File Program
Anson Williams is best known for his role as Potsie Weber on Happy Days. He’s the co-author of The Perfect Portion Cookbook.
Actor/director/singer Don Most, best known for his starring role on Happy Days, remembers late producer/director, Garry Marshall.
Mike Wolfe has turned his extremely hairy back into art, with a calendar called Calendhair.
Allen Wittman & Andrew Masters are the creators of Liquid Ass, an overwhelming, stinky, prank product.
Matthew Boustead, co-owner of a small brewery in Melbourne, Australia, 7 Cent Brewery, makers of Belly Button Beer, the first beer fermented from yeast captured from the brewer’s belly button fluff.
Lainey Morse runs a farm in Oregon. But there is a side business on the farm that is garnering a lot of attention. It’s called Goat Yoga.
Davy Rothbart, best selling author and a contributor to the hit public radio show, This American Life, is also the creator of Found Magazine and the podcast series of the same name.
Leslee Udwin is the documentary filmmaker behind the BBC film India’s Daughter, about the 2012 fatal gang-rape of a woman in New Delhi.
Toni Tennille, best known as half of the pop duo Captain & Tennille, has written her life story entitled, Toni Tennille: A Memoir.
Peter James, one of the UK’s bestselling crime and thriller novelists. His Roy Grace detective novels have sold over 17 million copies worldwide. His 12th novel in the series is entitled Love You Dead.
This week’s opening slate is presented by my sister Yolanda McFarlane.
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