The Franchise #126 1/13/14 - On this edition of the Franchise with Ferro, Bryan Cordeiro formally of the band Carrion joins the show to discuss his latest projects as well as grace the audience with a few in studio live cuts. Plus a beer talk with the founder of Proclamation Ale Company and WBOB's own Alicia from Raw Sex calls in to end the show with a little heat.
The Rotunda #120 9/18/17 - After the fireworks from the last episode, Scott gives a quick recap of the Fecteau-Taub feud, and announces plans to bring both participants to the studio for round 2, coming up soon. Also in the first segment, you’ll want to hear Scott’s take on the 1,000 jobs RI lost in the past week, and fans of the new McCoy Stadium proposition are DEFINTELY going to be offended at Scott’s take on that expenditure, especially in light of the crumbling schools that we send our children to. Aren’t they more important than a stadium? RI’s statewide elected officials are called onto the carpet as only he can do it.
Joining the show in the second segment is Barbara Ann Fenton, catching us up on all the goings-on in Cranston, while comparing the success of RI’s soon to be second largest city with the statewide failures we have seen -- UHIP and DCYF being two lowlights that are discussed in detail.
Those wannabe conspiracy theorists who are still blaming Russia for Trumps election also get a wakeup call early in the third segment. You’ll want to hear Scott’s rationale for sure.
Demand the Truth #48 9/18/2017 – After spending last week in New York City, Will Turbitt is back in-studio. This time around, he is joined by former sports journalist and writer for the website "The Fix is In" Brian Tuhoy. Now why is Will joined by a former sports journalist? It’s because they want to show you that the professional and collegiate sports you love is not what it seems. Are fixes really real? Do sports organizations like the NFL, NBA, NCAA, and NBA run people’s lives? Is there involvement by the U.S. government? Which player(s) and team(s) benefited the most? Will and Brian discuss those questions plus more. Warning though, if you love sports then you might be in for a rude awakening, especially if you are a fan of a certain four-letter sports network.
Psycho Sports #233 9/19/2017 - All is well Foxborough. After looking rusty in Week 1, the Patriots rebounded in a big way in Week 2 with a victory over the New Orleans Saints. Tyler and Ryan discuss what that each took away from the game as well as a couple of interesting notes for Pats fans to keep an eye on, mainly the health status of the team as well as what's going on with CB Malcolm Butler. Also with the Houston Texans coming to town in Week 3, the duo discuss what they're chances are of at least putting up a fight.
Also with October just around the corner, the are joined by Chris Hogan (no, not that Chris Hogan) of 27 Outs Baseball Network. Chris and Tyler discuss about a variety of topics including whether or not that Cleveland Indians 22-winning streak was legit or did they just get a favorable schedule, can the Indians continue to play at a top level going into October, which of the playoff races MLB fans should keep an eye on in both leagues, and much more.
Wild Side #323 9/12/17 - Have you heard about our food drive? David Clyde has, and he has a lot of reasons why you should help us out. He also has a lot of reasons why you need to time in for this week's episode of the Wild Side.
Can you believe the latest from the Clinton camp? Joe Newby from the Conservative Firing Line joins the professor to cover Hillary, Trump’s efforts to aid those affected by the recent hurricanes, and more.
We're well aware that David Clyde is a Jewish conservative, but he's not alone. Josh Yonatan Gemmi from Patriot Media gives his take on what's going around the country, from the viewpoint of an Orthodox Jew. Josh is running a site listeners of the Wildside will love. Be sure to check it out.
Also he sure to check out other WBOB programming, because the Rotunda’s Scott Rotondo joins for a debate of the ages.
As always, this is an action packed episode of the WildSide with the professor, David Clyde. Take your seats, class has started.
The Project #Pilot 9/13/2017 - What happens when you combine the good vibe duo of the Derelict Dummies and the hot take machine known as Professor Clyde? I don't know what to call it but it makes for good radio. The trio start things off on a fun note by delving into the topic of all topics: religion. Is there a higher power? What is the purpose of religion (what is it really)? Why does religion need money to begin? All these questions and more are asked and discussed around the Project.
Franchise #151 9/13/2017 - After taking almost the entire summer off, The Franchise has returned for a special evening. Joe Ferro is joined in studio with Chris Casci as the two yak it up, catching up on what they've been up to, and you tube video holes they have fallen into lately.
They're joined by two special guests. First up is Mark McKellar of the RI local band The Resonate, giving a live status of what the band has been up to recently, shows they performed at, upcoming shows, new songs, and more.
Then you have Morgan Clark Synder Jr. of Buttonwoods Brewery talking all things beer and IPAs. Which beer is in season right now? What is the hottest tasting IPA that's in demand? Are there going to be any upcoming announcements from Buttonwoods Brewery that consumers should keep an ear open for? Joe and company discuss.
Demand The Truth # 9/11/17 - On this edition host Will Turbitt travels to Ground Zero to report live on the most infamous day in U.S. history. Turbitt challenges the government's version of the events that happened on that September morning in 2001 siting published reports. Will offers factual evidence that will make the most loyal sheep question the story.
The Rotunda #119 9/11/17 - Scott’s back with a bang tonight! In addition to being perhaps the first person with a somewhat sensible solution to DACA, he also gives listeners a firsthand listen to the simmering feud between former CD1 hopefuls Matt Fecteau and Russell Taub, as a prelude to having them both in studio soon. You don’t want to miss a second as their social media cold war turns hot right on these very airwaves!
Speaking out about confiscation of native lands, we have the Pokanoket nation calling in. Will Brown University do the right thing and give these people their land, or will hypocrisy rule the day? Get all the information you need to know about this budding issue that’s about to boil over on the East Bay.
Psycho Sports #231 9/12/2017 - Everybody is focused on football but there's still some baseball going on. Tyler and Ryan are joined by MLB blogger Austin Raposa to discuss all things Boston Red Sox. How are their playoff chances going into the final weeks of September with the New York Yankees on their tail? Will the likes of relievers Carson Smith & Addison Reed help or hinder the team? Is starting pitcher Doug Fister the real deal or is he just a feel-good story?
Also, Tyler and Ryan breakdown which teams in the AL can pose the biggest threats to the Red Sox like the red hot Cleveland Indians and the reupped Houston Astros.
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