• 00:59

    Special Guest Rick Burton, David Falk Professor of Sport Management at Syracuse

    in Sports

    Wednesday, Feburary 18, 2015

    Join David Weinstein, Champ Jordan and Bill Gutman live to discuss all the leading sports headlines!  

    Hartford Courant reporter Jenny Wilson, who has been reporting extensively on the Aaron Hernandez murder cases, will update us on the recent developments at trial.  

    Hot Topic: Athletes and the media, can't live with them can't live without them. Syracuse professor Rick Burton, David B. Falk Distinguished Professor of Sport Management, joins us in the discussion regarding the love-hate relationship between athletes and the media.

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  • 00:32


    in Entertainment

    We pay tribute to Peter Falk's iconic TV character Columbo, the erratic and absent-minded detective who was a genius at solving homicides.  In his trademark rumpled raincoat, Columbo pesters his suspects, always returning to ask "one more thing."  Joining Richard is "Columbophile," an afficionado of Columbo who has kept the show before the masses.  He describes his dedication:

    "I’ve been active in Twitter circles as @columbophile for about 3 yrs & 13,000 tweets. I’m the number 1 Columbo resource on Twitter. I’m also active on Instagram. I see myself as a facilitator in sharing Columbo humour, insight & style with fellow fans & growing the online Columbo community. I like to see everyday the interactions that go on between my friends & followers who have discovered that shared interest & used it to form relationships & friendships. I’ve been a long-time fan of the show since childhood, watching the reruns of classic episodes, as well as the new ones. My granddad liked the show & I remember watching Bye-Bye Sky High IQ Murder Case & Try & Catch Me at his house with him when I was 9 or 10. It’s no coincidence that they remain amongst my favourite episodes. In the early 2000s I introduced my girlfriend, now wife, to the show on in the UK. She’s Australian & wasn’t familiar with the show, but she enjoyed it as one of the things we had in common. As soon as the show came out on DVD I bought every new season as soon as it became available, & had them shipped over from the US to avoid waiting for UK release. I became a collector of vintage Columbo memorabilia, notably international film posters from the 1970s, I have a collection of those which take pride of place around the house. In the social media age, it’s been fun to share my passion for the program & come across others who share that love."

  • 01:00

    The CougCenter Hour: The future is here and it's Luke Falk

    in Sports

    Silly me, I was worried about the quarterback position in 2015. Worry no more. 

    We'll chat about WSU's big win over OSU in Corvallis and what the emergence of Luke Falk means for WSU. Plus, the best Cougar program over the last decade, women's soccer, is on their way to their fourth straight NCAA tournament. We talk about their chances in the postseason. 

  • 00:46

    Actors Laurene Landon and Mel Novak

    in Lifestyle

    Beautiful, talented, spunky and at times outrageous actress Laurene Landon often portrays tough, two-fisted no-nonsense action heroines with a winning blend of fiery aplomb and cheerful good humor. She played one of two female wrestlers managed by Peter Falk in Robert Aldrich's uproariously funny comedy "All the Marbles" the hilarious flight attendant in "Airplane II: The Sequel," the rugged warrior woman in "Hundra" and police woman Teresa Mallory in "Maniac Cop."

    Also today: Mel Novak is an American award winning character actor who is best known for villainous roles in Black Belt Jones,Bruce Lees Game of Death and Chuck Norris An Eye for An Eye. Novak made his film debut in 1974, appearing in Truck Turner and Black Belt Jones, the former starring Isaac Hayes, the latter Jim Kelly. Subsequent parts in The Ultimate Warrior (1975) starring Yul Brynner, Cat in the Cage (1978), starring Sybil Danning, and others followed. One of his more high-profile parts from the 70's was as the hitman Stick in Game of Death (1978), directed by Robert Clouse. 

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  • 00:56

    Live the Day, a Washington State Cougar Football Podcast

    in Football

    On this edition of Live the Day, will the real Washington State Cougars please stand up? I repeat, will the reall Washington State Cougars please stand up? 

    This was what most Cougar fans were saying after their victory in Corvalis two weeks ago. The Cougars played a wonderful game against the Beavers. The offense looked night and day better under Luke Falk, and the defense played their most consistent game of the season. The question then needs to be asked. Are these the real Cougars for the rest of the season, or was this a mirage? 

    We'll aslo breakdown the Arizona State Sun Devils and get you ready for Saturday. 

    Phone lines are open tonight, and you can also hit Steve up on Twitter @InsiderSteve. We'll see you at 7pm on Live the Day!

  • 02:59


    in Comedy

    Today on The Boochcast,  I talk about my issues with leaving voicemail messages, saying goodbye on the phone, Work Rants, The Rock And Kevin Hart To Co-Star In Action Comedy "CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE", Jim Ross To Call Global Force And NJPW'S Wrestle Kingdom 9 PPV, Latest News Regarding Kevin Owens Upcoming NXT Debut, Detailed Update On Issues Between Rey Mysterio And WWE, Update On The Ascension's WWE Main Roster Debut, Backstage Update On Plans For Roman Reigns' WWE Return,  


    Booch talks one on one with Atlanta Comedian Shaun Smith, WWE Denies Undertaker Is Working As An Advisor, Update On Orton Missing Overseas Tour, WWE Applies For New Trademark, Vince McMahon Issues Apology Over WWE Network Delay In The UK,  Mick Foley Announces Television Special For His Live Comedy Show, Steve Austin Says Cesaro Deserves Bigger Push, Ric Flair On Steve Austin Show, Former WWE Personality Says She was Sexaully Harassed Everyday In WWE, Sting to Make WWE Television Debut In Late January?, Pee-wee Herman Returns: Paul Reubens on Rescuing ‘Pee-wee’s Playhouse’ and  Teletubbie break-in: Student dressed as children's character now charged, police say


  • 01:00

    The Role of Front-End Evaluation in Free-Choice Learning

    in Education

    This will be the fourth in our series of live broadcasts in support of the Oregon State University fall 2014 course Personal Dimensions of Free-Choice Learning.  Course instructor Dr. John Falk will host the show and be talking with his special guest Ms. Jill Stein, a nationally prominent free-choice/informal education evaluator.  Students are encouraged to call in with questions for either Jill or John.

  • 00:58

    Live the Day, A Washington State Football Podcast

    in Football

    We begin tonight's show with not so good news news. Amid last week's 44-17 loss to the USC Trojans, 5th year senior QB Conner Halliday's WSU career came to an abrupt end when his ankle was shattered by 650 lbs of lineman. With 8:45 minutes left in the first quarter, Leonard Williams rolled Sam Flor on to Halliday's leg. After withering in pain for a good ten minutes, Halliday was carted off the field to much appreciation. With everyone in attendance at Martin Statdium fearfull that Halliday's career was over, WSU Head Coach Mike Leach confimed the diagnosis on Monday. After a few days of digesting this reality, the conversation automatically turned to whether or not Conner Halliday should be considered on of WSU's QB elite. Naturally, we ask this question. Will Conner Halliday go down as one of the greatest QB's in WSU history? 

    We'll also get you ready for Saturday's matchup in Corvalis against the Beavers as the Cougs look to end their 4 game losing streak. Will the Luke Falk era start out with a victory? Tune in at 7pm PST to find out. 

  • 00:43


    in Education


    "Elementary", said  NSTA's Kate "Sherlock"  Falk when I asked what we're going to cover on this show...with guests Steve Rich , NSTA Press author  of "My School Yard Garden" and Mrs Carter's Butterfly Garden"............and Peggy Carlisle, NSTA Board Member and Director of the Pre-School/Elementary Division. 


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    Presented by Wildlife Acoustics and Carolina Biological

  • 00:59

    The CougCenter Hour: The end of one quarterback and the beginning of another

    in Sports

    Connor Halliday's career came to an end after a brutal injury in Saturday's game against USC. The season effectively ended for WSU too, eliminated from bowl contention. 

    Without much sunshine in WSU's future, we'll focus on what's head in the final three games of the season for Luke Falk. Plus, we'll visit with Jacob Thorpe and discuss what Halliday meant to this team. 


  • 01:01

    Motivation and Identity

    in Education

    In this episode of the Fall 2014 SED 582 course at OSU your host Dr. John Falk will talk with Scott Pattison about learning and motivation in informal and free-choice learning environments. Scott Pattison is part of the OMSI Evaluation and Visitor Studies Division.  

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