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12-22-16 Nicole Sandler Show – RIP BC (and FU D’ump too)

                    (L-R) Graham Nash, Nicole Sandler, Bob Coburn I hadn't planned on today's show going as it did. My guest fell through at the last minute, so I was just going to take calls. But as we're at holiday time, people are already going away, shopping and generally not as plugged in to radio as they might be at other times of the year, so I didn't want to rely on only calls. Just before showtime, my friend and respected journalist Gaius Publius sent an email blast with his latest [...]

Flashback Friday: My Trip to Saudi Arabia – Dec 1990

Today marks the 12th anniversary of the US invasion of Iraq. Congress is currently in the midst of a charade, avoiding the war debate, while on the table is a new Authorization for the Use of Military Force (AUMF) for our continuing war efforts, this time, ostensibly, to fight ISIS. It’s under that backdrop that I found an article I wrote 25 years ago as I flew to and from Saudi Arabia, where I was part of the first and only (at that time) radio show to broadcast live from the site of the soon-to-begin first Gulf War (aka Operation [...]

2-12-15 Nicole Sandler Show – Throwback Thursday: War & Smut Edition

Nicole Sandler with soldier Sidney Pittman in Dharhan, Saudi Arabia - Dec. 18, 1990 Yes, I really did go to Saudi Arabia. I was on the ground in Dharhan for just about four hours on Dec. 18, 1990, as producer of the Mark & Brian Show.  It was a month before the official start of "Operation Desert Storm". Last night, while going through some boxes in search of another blast from my past (more about that in a bit), I came across my typewritten journal of that trip. I'll be posting the text and more pictures separately as [...]

Down Memory Lane and Into the Future

Listen to this episode: {play}http://traffic.libsyn.com/radioornot/20120830_Nicole_Sandler_Show_-_Mark_Thompson_and_politics_too.mp3 {/play} Podcast: Play in new window   This picture was taken sometime around 1992, in the KLOS/Los Angeles studio.  Of course, that's James Taylor. And me. They guys to my left and my right are the famous (infamous) Mark and Brian with whom I spent four very busy, successful years as their producer. They signed off from their last broadcast two weeks ago tomorrow after 25 years together at KLOS.  While my four years as part of the show sounds like a drop in their massive bucket, it was a big part of my professional [...]