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Will and Willie September 2014 – TV Version

Friday, September 12th, 2014

he lively discussion takes on the NFL and Ray Rice, Ferguson Missouri and other examples of violent or abusive behavior.  Our guest in Part 2, as well as the Q&A with the live audience in Part 4 is John Burris, famed Civil Rights Attorney.  Our guest in Part 3 is Wilkes Bashford, legendary San Francisco Clothier who’s been a friend of Willie Brown’s for more than four decades.  It’s like ease-dropping on their weekly lunches as they verbally joust.  Part 4 is the Q&A, beginning with Amber Lee of KTVU Channel 2 as she reported on our reaction to the Ray Rice video for the lead story that night.  The crowd at The Gold Dust Lounge had a lot of laughs, and you will, too.  Edited for broadcast on AM 1080 KSCO, Santa Cruz Sun Sept 14th 7-8a and 960 The Patriot, San Francisco 6-7p, streaming live over iHeart Radio.  Click the images below to watch or listen to the radio version in the post below the video.  Special thanks to The Gold Dust Lounge, our Sponsor Lefty O’Doul’s Drink Mixes, My Source TV, the live audience at our program, and YOU!.

Will and Willie September 2014 – Radio Version

Friday, September 12th, 2014

The lively discussion takes on the NFL and Ray Rice, Ferguson Missouri and other examples of violent or abusive behavior.  Our guest in the 2nd half of Segment 1, as well as the Q&A with the live audience at the end of Segment 2.  That second half of our program starts with guest Wilkes Bashford, legendary San Francisco Clothier who’s been a friend of Willie Brown’s for more than four decades.  It’s like ease-dropping on their weekly lunches as they verbally joust.   The crowd at The Gold Dust Lounge had a lot of laughs, and you will, too.  Edited for broadcast on AM 1080 KSCO, Santa Cruz Sun Sept 14th 7-8a and 960 The Patriot, San Francisco 6-7p, streaming live over iHeart Radio.  Click the player below to listen, or the images above for the unedited video version in four parts.

http://www.willandwillie.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/09/WillandWillieSept14Seg1.mp3

Will & Willie Radio Show July 2013

Saturday, July 13th, 2013

Political Comedian Will Durst, Political Icon Willie Brown and Producer Paul Wells, return to the “Tricast” on two San Francisco Talk Radio stations, streaming live on iHeart Radio and TV via internet channel MySourceTV.com, in addition to the Podcast.  Here’s the latest edited for the hour radio show, Segment 1 and Segment 2.  The trio touch on Asiana Airlines Flt 214, and how the crash could have been prevented by something SF Mayor Willie Brown advocated years ago.  The BART strike, Unions vs Management, Veterans Rights, Health Care, the idea of naming a San Francisco Bay Area landmark after Willie L. Brown, Jr., Snowden & the NSA, the America’s Cup, SF City College’s and more.  A lot to cover in an hour, and a lot of laughs!  The entertaining program on politics and life from the San Francisco point of view is brought to you in part by Lefty O’Doul’s Drink Mixes and recorded with a “studio” audience at The Gold Dust Lounge in San Francisco’s Fisherman’s Wharf.

Will and Willie Podcast Episode 16 (Video Version)

Friday, February 20th, 2009

Part two of the first new episodes of the Will and Willie show for 2009 begins with an insightful look into the financial budget crisis in California. Willie Brown, just returned from Sacramento right before we sat down at the Flow Communications’ studio in San Francisco, and has strong opinions about what needs to be done. His perspective as the former Speaker of the California State Assembly includes an idea of how the legislatures can end the mess. Will Durst and Willie Brown also talk about the movies, the Oscars, and Producer Paul “The Lobster” Wells gets to do his Clint Eastwood impersonation with the quote from Grand Torino, “Get off my lawn!”

Will and Willie Podcast Episode 15 (Video Version)

Friday, February 20th, 2009

The first new episode of the Will and Willie show for 2009. In the words of Willie Brown, the world has changed since we last got together a week before the election. In the first of two parts, produced by Paul “Lobster” Wells at Flow Communications’ studio in San Francisco, Will Durst and Willie Brown talk about the new political landscape, their experiences at President Obama’s Inaugural in Washington, D.C. and some of their other favorite topics. Fans of the radio show will remember their Tuesday reviews of their favorite TV show, 24. The discussion takes a break when Will Durst has to go feed his parking meter!

Will and Willie Podcast Episode 16 (Audio Version)

Monday, February 9th, 2009

Part two of the first new episodes of the Will and Willie show for 2009 begins with an insightful look into the financial budget crisis in California.  Willie Brown, just returned from Sacramento right before we sat down at the Flow Communications’ studio in San Francisco, and has strong opinions about what needs to be done.  His perspective as the former Speaker of the California State Assembly includes an idea of how the legislatures can end the mess.  Will Durst and Willie Brown also talk about the movies, the Oscars, and Producer Paul “The Lobster” Wells gets to do his Clint Eastwood impersonation with the quote from Grand Torino, “Get off my lawn!”

Will and Willie Podcast Episode 15 (Audio Version)

Monday, February 9th, 2009

The first new episode of the Will and Willie show for 2009.  In the words of Willie Brown, the world has changed since we last got together a week before the election.  In the first of two parts, produced by Paul “Lobster” Wells at Flow Communications’ studio in San Francisco, Will Durst and Willie Brown talk about the new political landscape, their experiences at President Obama’s Inaugural in Washington, D.C. and some of their other favorite topics.  Fans of the radio show will remember their Tuesday reviews of their favorite TV show, 24.   The discussion takes a break when Will Durst has to go feed his parking meter!

Will & Willie Podcast – Video of Paul Wells interview with Larry Jones of Feed The Children

Friday, January 23rd, 2009

On December 11th, 2008 an event was held in San Francisco that distributed food, personal items and toys to thousands of low income San Francisco families. Paul Wells, producer of the Will and Willie show was one of the volunteers at the event, organized in part by the Willie L. Brown Institute. As the election, the Holidays and the Inauguration of President Barrack Obama all rolled past into history, Will and Willie’s schedule was too packed to get together for another Podcast. A post-inaugural session will follow soon. Here’s Feed The Children’s Larry Jones on what brought his philanthropic organization to San Francisco for the “Miracle on Pier 48.”


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